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4R--July 16, 1972 Sunday Gazette-Mail -Cliarletton, wÂ«t VlrÂ«lnlÂ«~ PETER G. PETERSON Helping Consumer's Hide New Books At Library Among the titles received last week at the Kanawha County Public Library: Adult Fiction--Bunting, The Lionheads; Cleary, The Ninth Marquess; Colter, The River oi Eros; Cookson, Feathers In The Fire: Ingram, Milbry; Kerr, No Deadly Drug: Sangster, Your Friendly Neighbourhood Death Pedlar; S t r a n g e r , Lakeland Vet; Stuart, Come To My Tomorrow-land; Thomsen. Carriage Trade: Wiseman, The Romantic Englishwoman. A d u l t Nonfiction--Beard, James Beard's American Cookery; Behrman, People In A Diary; Colwell, Introduction To Foot Trails In America; Fecher, The Last Elizabethan; Friedrich, Before The Deluge, A Portrait Of Berlin In The 1920's; Handler, Reforming The Poor; King, The Drug Hang-Up; Kramer, Garden Planning For The Small Property; K r e i s c h e r , Symmography: Three Dimpn- sional "Creative Designs With Yarn Without Knotting Or Knitting; Loshak, Pakistan Crisis Mailer, Existential Errands Martineau, Napoleon Surrenders; Mooney, The Hindenburg; Moore, Fashion Through Fashion Plates, 1771-1970; Neider Antarctica; Pope-Hennessy, Anthony Trollope; Saroyan. Places Where I've Done Time; Smolar, Soviet Jewry Today and Tomorrow; Solomon, The Truth About Weight Control; Van Loon, The Story Of Hendrik Willem Van Loon; Vevers, The Underwater World; Wood, Clearcut, The Deforestation Of America. Reference--Amiss, The Use Of Handbook Tables And Formulas; Blumenson, The Patton Papers; Brownlie, Basic Documents On Human Rights; Cass, Comparative Guide To Programs In Biological Sciences And Chemistry; Chilton, Who's Who Of Jazz; Dashti, In Search Of Omar Khayyam; Ehresmann, The Pocket Dictionary Of Art Terms; Elsen, The Drawings Of Rodin; Farmer, Americanisms--Old And New; Geisinger, Plays, Players, Playwrights; Hall, Encyclopedia Of Food Engineering; Horton, Reference Guide To Advanced Management Methods; Immroth, A Guide TosLibrary Of Congress Classification; Institute of Jewish Affairs, The Jewish Communities, Of The World; Johnson, Multimedia Materials For Afro-American Studies; Joyce, Dubliners; Kahn, Documents Of American Broadcasting; Kisker The Disorganized Personality, Koch, Louis C. Tiffany's Glass- Bronzes-Lamps; Kojecky, T. S Eliot's Social Criticism; Kolatch, Sports, Politics, And Ideology In China; Manvell, Shake speare And The Film; Miller Modern Mathematical Methods For Economics And Business; Parker, Homosexuality; Pukui Hawaiian Dictionary; Roberts A Dictionary Of Political Analysis; Rokes, No-Fault Insurance; Taber, 1001 Questions Answered About The Oceans And Oceanography; Weinberg, Society And The Healthy H o m o s e x u a l ; Whitehouse, The Military Airplane; Yost, A Bibliography Of The Published Works Of Charles M Russell; Young, American Theatrical Arts. Juvenile Nonfiction--Baylor, When Clay Sings; Brainerd, Nature Study For Conservation; Cook, The Muckrakers; Golden, The Moving Continents; Koren, Behind The Wheel; Rosenberg, Vaccines And Viruses; Weiss, Lens And Shutter. State Puts Ban On Importation Of Game Birds The Associated Press Natural Resources Director Ira S. Latimer Jr. has banned the importation to West Virginia of game birds following outbreaks in the Southwest and| in Florida of a virus affecting many types of fowl. Latimer said the feared spread of New Castle disease among domestic poultry and caged pet birds from those areas poses a potential danger to game and song birds in the Mountain State. "As a precaution, all applications for important permits covering game birds are being rejected," Latimer said in a statement released Saturday. "With a virus that serious and the potential damage it could rlo to our waterfowl, srouse turkey, quail or songbirds of the state, we cannot be too careful." Latimer said wild birds are highly susceptible to the disease, which he said is aimost 300 per cent fatal. Ceiling Put on Hide Exports to Cut Shoe Prices \\T A OUTNT/^TnM to* 'P1, A Â«*1 _ Â· i * * * j * .^. WASHINGTON--MV-The administration imposed a ceiling on U.S. cattle hide exports Saturday with the aim of holding down rising prices for shoes and clhcr leather goods. Secretary of Commerce Peter G. Peterson announced he is setting the hide export levels at last year's rale of 16 million hides--a rate he termed "very high by any standard." And he said the curb on shipments on U.S. hides abroad would be carried out through an export ticket system which will avoid the windfall profits for exporters or foreign buyers. Peterson, at a news confer- ence, said inflationary pressure has developed on tattle hide prices because demand is exceeding supply. He said hides which used to average 14 cents a pound by last week had climbed to an historic high 29.79 cents a pound. Higher prices and shorter supplies result in higher leather prices and higher prices for leather leather products, shoes, the principally commerce !ecretary told newsmen. "These higher prices cone out of the American consumers hide," he said. The new action was billed as temporary, until the market pressure on hides eases, but Peterson declined to predict just when the export control might be lifted. The program announced Sat urday, he noted, envisages hide export tickets being required at least until November. He left open what the situation might be thereafter. The commerce secretary also avoided any hard-and-fast forecast about the future effect on shoes and meat prices, "We believe it will result in a reduction in the price of American-made shoes," he said. But he also said, "There isn't any possible way" he could predict just what the price results would be on oiioes and meat. * * * OTHER O F F I C I A L S told newsmen that shoes would be going up less in price than they would without the export limitation or hides. They said shoes have gone up 1 per cent pricewise since January, and that a further price hike of between 3 and 10 per cent had been forecast by this fall in the absence of a cost curb action. Peterson said the limitations on hide shipments abroad will administered through an ex- jort ticket arrangement superi- or to what he termed the "chaotic and unfair" system used for hide export controls in 1966. DOUGHNUTS Made Fresh every day all during the day in the Agora carry-out. STERLING RESTAURANT r Holl'duy Â£outk SOS S. 0Â«MÂ« Blvd. - Myrtl. Bwch,^ S.C. 29577 Ml. S03-448-5542 VACATION 2605 . ALL 'Â·+. on the OCEAN FRONT MBÂ£ FEATURING: ALL ELECTRIC /^PV KITCHENS/GOLF PRIVILEGES/ -^-i.iSS* * , CABLE TV/AIR-CONDITIONING ~ 7 s V *" POOL/PRIVATE BALCONIES/ Â· / Â· .^Â·'^ AMPLE PARKING/DAILY MAID- -Â« / / *S3P?' SERVICE/WALL-TO-WALL Â· v CARPET Roger and Jean Hatchel, | Operators CALL OR WlflTE FOR RATE SCHEDULE, I COLOR BROCHURE RESERVATION.' | NAME . PHONE ADDRESS : City ! 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