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1972 -Charleston, WeÂ»t Virginia Antiwar Demonstrations Are Alive But Not Well M, Â»,, By JTM Uya ? ' f " Ot P articularl ' wc "- its lea(i - dent - ,lizalions. The ranks are thin and or Nixon goes and wherever the! M1A.MI BhACH. Fla.-i.i*--ers say as they plan a fall The script is lacking calls foH those that remain have little Committee for the Re-Election The antiwar movement is alive, campaign of stalking the P-esi- national actions and mass mobi-' tnthusiasnl f()r bus ridcs to ' of t h e President has headquar- W a s h i n g t o n , marches anditers." said David Dellinger, one| speeches. CAREERS IN TECHNICAL EDUCATION CARVER CAREER CENTER at Maiden, W. Va. Offers Fulltime training in eight occupations These one year programs are approved by Kanawha County Schools, the Veterans Administration and the State Department of Education. Auto Mechanics-- includes an understanding of the modern automobile and automotive systems. Starting dote-- September 6, 1 972. Industrial Electricity- includes a knowledge of circuits, residential and " C and D " C circuilr y- Startin 9 Mine Maintenance-- involves repair of mine machinery which includes welding, hydraulics, and understanding of the many uses of electricity Starting date-- October 2, 1972. Industrial /Mo/nfenonce--involves repairing industrial equipment, which includes machine shop operations, welding, sheet metal and fabrication Starting date -- October 2, 1 972. Welding-- involves blueprint reading, applied metallurgy and the skills r C m - " f BoiW/ng Consfrucf/on-- involves the understanding and application of the budding trades. It includes masonry, rough and finish carpentry, pgintinq and concrete work. Starting date-- September 6, 1 972. Machine Accounting-- involves modern accounting procedures, office and accounting machines, keypunch training and typing. Starting 'date- October 2, 1972. Sales Occupations-- includes merchandising, sales techniques, display, business principles, use of cash register and sign making. Starting date- October 16, 1972. Persons seeking information should call Mr. Charles T. Patrick or Mr Jim Dolan at the Carver Center. Phone 925-1 146. movement's founding " will! ,of the The scenario calls instead for' fÂ£ltnt|ls - "The goal is to let the. l o c a l actions-- demonstrations;P e Â°P le know that Nixon has not: wherever President Nixon trav-i brought peace in Vietnam on els, sit-ins at his campaign off-domestic tranquility." ices and the building of dikes,! Timrrii * TIIF svmbolic of those in North Viet- 1 '" )t " 1 '' E ; n'Â«n. in front of GOP headquar- Â· Â·ten, i n cities across t h e nation. l G o h a s wavered o n j "I kept hearing people say i the intensity of his antiwar they were disappointed becauseipiedge." said Dellinger "We therewcre not thousands and j think our job is to keep th= thousands of people down here."! pressure on McGovern as well :said Rennie Davis, long one ofias Nixon/' | the movement's more visible. Beyond the November elec-i leaders. "The spirit of the peo-iHon," the movement's future isi pie who were here should have; lost in a haze of uncertainty.! RENNIE DAVIS Spirit COM jus ; convinced anyone the movementrThere is a consensus, even| Students for a Democrat- is not dead." i among its leaders, that the i c Society SDS, whose demise * ;movement has lost touch with was widely reported three years AN ESTIMATED 3.500 peoplc|the people, become too involvediago, has already dropped the ^assembled here last week to i with the war and has to broaden! antiwar focus and surfaced in to encompass Miami Beach with a new plat- register their dissent in the'its perspective 'streets as the Republican party J'her issues. Tenominated Nixon. Though vo-| ~~ cal and militant, they were b u t j i a remnant of the hundreds o f j ] ^thousands who marched wheni ; antiwar feeling peaked in the'! late 1960s. "A lot of people are just frus-|j llrated and disillusioned." said I Bob Lamb, a coordinator with I the Miami Conventions Coali-j [tion. tte umbrella group which! | (orchestrated the protests here, j "They don't soe anything! coming from seven years of 1 1 protests. A lot of them are trying to end the war by working for McGovern. A lot of them just sloughed off." | The candidacy of Democratic j presidential nominee George j McGovern has siphoned off manpower, but leaders said it has done more damage by cut-| ting into many of the move-i ment's sources of money. j Movement plans for the fall! election season are just begin-i ning to emerge. \o one talks of bombing buildings or attacking! police stations. The call is forj militant, non-violent actions. Ill is the same language used here before the Republican conven-j tion protests that ended in a j rush of street violence, waves of i I tear gas and more than ],000|| arrests. "We will be conducting guer-j rilla theater and sit-ins wherev- Guys, Dolls' Tryouts Set Sept. 5-7 The Charleston Light Opera Guild has announced the tryout schedule for "Guys and Dolls," selected as the initial presentation of the 1972-73 season. All tryouts will be held in the Guild Workshop at 311 Jefferson St. at 7:30 p.m. on the days named. Singers will audition on Sept 5; readings will be held on Sept. 6, and dancers will tryout on Sept. 7. Persons selected for the cast will be notified be telephone on the night of Sept. 7. Tom Murphy will direct the production, assisted by Bill Wiant as musical director and jBlform and a new constituency. Nina Dentor as choreographer. I What gives children great pleasure that they can enjoy when they are 70? PIANO! Almost any child con mastÂ»r 0 pfono. An economical way for you (0 ttit our itat*m*nt on your child n to RENT A PIANO Your co^t In S8 monthly plut cartag*, and Â«Â»C^y dollor will opoly if you decide to buy. Why woit? 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