The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on September 15, 2002 · Page 25
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Hays, Kansas
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Sunday, September 15, 2002
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C6 SUNDAY • SEPTEMBER 15,2002 • THE HAYS DAILY NEWS This week at the Hays Public Library Friends of the Library Clearance Book Sale The Friends of the Hays Public Library will have a gigantic clearance sale of books and nonprint items in the main floor gallery at the library beginning Friday The sale includes an IBM 486 computer, several dot matrix printers, a modem and a grand assortment of "garage sale" items. Friends members are invited to a presale from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday. The $5 memberships also will be available at the door. All items will be half-price. The sale is open to the public from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday. All items also will be half-price on that day. From 1 to 4:30 p.m. Sept. 22 and 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Sept. 23, all items will be sold for $1 per bag. Adult department Gallery display The library will feature photos and text from the past as Fort Hays State University celebrates its centennial. The -display will continue through the month of September. Caregiving resources . Library resources of potential use to caregivers will be on display until Oct. 10. The display is timed to coincide with the Oct. 9 PBS broadcast titled "And Thou Shalt Honor." The program is about caring for aging parents, spouses and friends and focuses on family members coming together, communicating and navigating their way through the medical, Financial and legal labyrinths of care- giving. The library display features books, tapes, videos and brochures to help plan for and cope with the responsibilities of being a caregiver. tors who will work with willing learners an hour a week, sometimes more often, providing one- on-one instruction to help them reach a higher reading level. New schedule for Internet classes The schedule for one-on-one Internet classes at the library has .changed. The classes will be at 10 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays. They also will be offered at 1 p.m. Sundays. There are four computers, four participants and one teacher. Classes last about an hour, and each class is different. The teacher assesses what the participants already know and what they want to know and individualizes the class to match. Call the library at (785)' 625-9014 to sign up. Young adult department Young Adult Advisory Board The Young Adult Advisory Board will meet monthly. If interested, call the library with most convenient meeting time. For more information about the board, call (785) 625-9014 or stop in. Children's department Fall story hours Fall story hours will begin Sept. 16 and continue until Dec. 5. Parents may enroll their children in one of the following sessions by calling the library at (785) 6255916. The schedule is as follows: Age 3 to 6 Monday: 10 to 10:30 a.m. Tuesday: 10 to 10:30 a.m. and 7 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday: 10 to 10:30 a.m. and 7 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday: 10 to 10:30 a.m. Age 2 Monday: 10:45 to 11:05 a.m. and 7 to 7:20 p.m. Tuesday: 10:45 to 11:05 a.m. Under age 2 Wednesday: 10:45 to 11 a.m. Feed and Films The library's Feed and Films series continues at 12:05 p.m. Wednesday with "Living Islam: Struggling with Modernity." The film examines the concept < of "modernity" in the context of , the developing world. It looks at the tensions within Islamic states as they attempt to make their '- laws and practices compatible C with the 21st century while re-. ,... maining the spirit oJF the £aflS,<lS, ROD* 11 Uncle Sam's birthday The children's department will celebrate Uncle Sam's birthday with a special craft hour at 4 p.m. Thursday. Children will make a craft in honor of Uncle Sam. Preregistra- tion is not required. ?;V ... . •- .<:.o .j - ^v-jffie'program' will take ''place in "V^tiie- library's main floor gallery. '• Bring lunch and a cup. Coffee is • provided. Literacy tutoring The library has volunteer tu- : li's "Backtb School"^TIme" in the Kansas Room. The books on display in September will feature "Back to School," including books on one- room schools, Kansas schools and education and yearbooks. Best-selling Music BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Weekly charts for the nation's best-selling recorded music as they appear in next week's issue of Billboard magazine. Reprinted with permission. (Platinum signifies more than 1 million copies sold; Gold signifies more than 500,000 copies sold.): Billboard Hot 100: Top 20 . 1. "Dilemma," Nelly (feat.,KeUy Rowland). Fo' Reel. 2. "Gangsta Lovin'," Eve (feat. Alicia Keys). Ruff Ryders. 3. "Complicated," Avril Lavigne. Arista. 4. "Cleanin 1 Out My Closet," Em- inem. Web. 5. "Hot In Herre," Nelly Fo' Reel. 6. "I Need A Girl (Part Two)," P. Diddy & Ginuwine (feat. Loon, Mario Winans & Tammy Ruggieri). Bad Boy 7. "Without Me," Eminem. Web. 8. "Happy" Ashanti. Murder Inc. 9. "Just Like A Pill," Pink. Arista. 10. "Just A Friend 2002," Mario. J. The Billboard 200 Top Albums: Top 20 1. "Home," Dixie Chicks. Monument. 2. "The Eminem Show," Em- inem. Web. (Platinum — certified sales of 1 million units) 3. "Let Go," Avril Lavigne. Arista. (Platinum) 4. "Nellyville," Nelly. Fo 1 Reel. (Platinum) 5. "The Rising," Bruce Spring, steen. Columbia. ; 6. "Come Away With Me," Norah i Jones. Blue Note. (Platinum) 7. "A Rush Of Blood To The Head," Coldplay Capitol. 8. "Now 10," Various Artists. . Sony/Universal/EMI/Zomba/Epic. ' (Platinum) ' 9. "Eve-olution," Eve. Ruff Ry- ders. 10. "Lord Willin'," CISpse. Star Trak. 11. "Unleashed," Toby Keith. ; DreamWorks (Nashville). (Platinum) 12. "October Road," James Taylor. Columbia. 13. "(Reanimation)," Linkin Park. Warner Bros. (Platinum) 14. "MIssundazstood," Pink. Arista. (Platinum) 15. "Room For Squares," John *ayer. Aware. (Platinum) 16. "Busted Stuff," Dave Matthews Band. RCA. (Platinum) 17. "Ashanti," Ashanti. Murder Inc. (Platinum) ' 18. "Another Earthquake," Aaron Carter. Jive. 19. "By The Way," Red Hot Cili Peppers. Warner Bros. 20. "Thug Holiday," Trick Daddy Slip-N-Slide. (Gold) Hot adult contemporary 1. "A Thousand Miles," Vanessa Carlton. A&M. 2. "Do It For Love," Daryl Hall John Dates. Arista. 3. "To Where You Are," Josh Groban. 143. 4. "Superman (It's Not Easy)," Five For Fighting. Aware. 5. "Hero," Enrique Iglesias. Inter- scope. 6. "A New Day Has Come," Celine Dion. Epic. 7. "Here I Am," Bryan Adams. A&M. 8. "I'm Alive," Celine Dion. Epic. 9. "Soak Up The Sun," Sheryl Crow. A&M. 10. "I Need You," Marc Anthony Columbia. Top contemporary Christian albums L "Satellite," P.O.D. Atlantic/Word. (Platinum) 2. "Worship," Michael W. Smith. Reunion/Provident. (Platinum) 3. "Incredible," Mary Mary Columbia/Integrity/Word. 4. "The Kiss," Trin-i-tee 5:7. B- Rite. 5. "Almost There," MercyMe. INO/Word. (Gold) 6. "The Rebirth Of Kirk Franklin," Kirk Franklin. Gospo Centric/Provident. (Gold) 7. "All The Time In The World," Jumps. Sparrow. 8. "A Deeper Faith," John Tesh. Faith MD. 9. "Girls Of Grace," Point Of Grace. Word. 10. "Legacy...Hymns & Faith," Amy Grant. Word. Mainstream rock tracks 1. "By The Way," Red Hot Chili Peppers. Warner Bros. 2. "Aerials," System Of A Down. American. 3. "Never Again," Nickelback. Roadrunner. 4. "Prayer," Disturbed. Reprise. 5. "Drift & Die," Puddle Of Mudd. Flawless. OPEN AT 10AM Reg$20-$70 Entire Stock Junior ummer 1 Reg $20480 Entire Stock Misses ummer Apparel Select Group Shams QUlltS $499 Large selection of famous maker summer apparel. 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