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June 6, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 7

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7 A --June 6. 1976 Sunday Gazette-Mail Charlesfcn. West Virginia-----. Noel Murray Smith Roush Business Activities Listed The Governor's Conference on Energy Conservation in Buildings will open Tuesday in Geary Hall at Morris Harvey College. Speakers will include Gov. Moore. Thomas E. Noel, assistant administrator of the Federal Energy Administration; Joseph A. LaSala. administrator of Region III, and Charles P. Murray, Alexandria, Va.,'architect. A panel at the two-day meeting will discuss the application of solar energy in West Virginia. West Virginia Water Co. reports that net income for 1975 was $1.27 million, or $1.69 per share, as compared with $608,619, or 67 cents per share for the previous year. Figures for 1974 reflect the portion of rate refunds ordered by the Public Service Commission applicable to that year, says Gerald C. Smith, president of the company. Despite heavy inflationary pressures in 1975, increase in operating costs was held Kanaivha The Kanawha County Public Library bookmobile will make these stops this week: M o n d a y -- C h a r l e s t o n at E m e r a l d Heights at Shamrock Londonderry: 9:20-10:05 a.m., Charleston at Angel Terrace Lyndale: 10:10-10:50 p.m.. So. Charleston at Rock Lake Drive: 11:1011:50 a.m.. Alum Creek at Rose Shopping Center: 12:55-1:30 p.m., Tornado at Ball Park: 1:55-2:45 p.m., St. Albans at Miracle Acres: 3:05-4 p.m. Tuesday-Rand at Church Dr. Davidson: 12:55-1:50 p.m., Withcher Creek at Mouth of Dry Branch Road.: 2:10-2:50 p.m. Chelyan near school on U.S. 61: 3:05-3:35 p.m., Shrewsbury at Michigan Center: 3:50-4:30 p.m.. Glasgow at 3rd Avenue 3rd Street.: 4:45-5:30 p.m.. Cedar Grove near Fire Station: 6:15-7:30 p.m. Wednesday-Tad at school: 1-1:40 p.m.. Coal Fork" at Peggy's Dairy Treat: 1:50-2:35 p.m., Maiden near underpass: 2:45-3:20 p.m., DuPont City at 4th Main 3:30-4:10 p.m., West Belle at 17th Street: 4:20-5 p.m., Belle at City Building: 5:50-7:30 p.m. Thursday-Charleston at 2nd Ave. Rec. Center: 9:50-10:30 a.m., Charleston at No. Charleston Recreation Center: 10:45-11:30 a.m.. Woodward Dr. near Stanley Products: 12:30-1:30 p.m., Charleston at Woodlawn School: 1:45-2:30 p.m.. Sugar Creek at Missionary Baptist Church: 2:45-3:30 p.m.. Chandler Drive at Church of God:. Friday-Charleston at Orchard Manor Rental Office: 9:20-9:50 a.m.. Kanawha Two Mile at Rich's Fork: 10:05-10:40 a.m., Sissonville at school: 11:00-11:40 a.m.. Sissonville at Big Star Market: 12:30-1:30 p.m.. Rocky Fork at Baber Agee Church: 1:50-2:45 p.m.. Brookhaven at Jet. U.S. 35 40th Street 3:20-4 p.m. Fay e tie FAYETTEVlLLE-The Fayette County bookmobile will visit these communities this week: Monday--Ansted, 9:30 a.m. to noon: Hico, 12:30 to 1 p.m.; Lookout. 1:15 to 3 p.m. Tuesday--Lansing. 1 to 3 p.m. Wednesday--No Run Thursday-Dixie, 10 a.m. to noon; Jodie, 1 to 2 p.m.; Gauley Bridge, 2:20 to 3:30 p.m. Friday--Beards Fork, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Page. f:30 to 3 p.m. Clay CLAY--The West Virginia Library Commission--Clay County bookmobile will visit Bradley Field on Tuesday from noon to 1 p.m. At Library Among the Souks received fast week at me Kanawha "ffic^aldS^ursday-s CM.d; Beckett. The Trap; Bramble, The Strange Case o'Deacon Brod,e; Burmcister, The Weatherman Guy; Craig, The Stras- Sou-o Legacy Crowther. Firebase; Dorian, The Year of fteWatKer; Enecheta. The Bride Price, HawKes. Travesty; Hildick, The Weirdon Exoenment;Hill, Jacn- da* Kim-ally. Gossip From the Forest. King. Four Plays L'H-ureux. Jessica Payer. Lindgren, The Bro.h- e s L i ' o n h c a r t ; Longstreet, God and Sarah Pediock Lyna The Turncoat; Mackenzie. Raven m Flight;;via,I- ing Ripoff; O'Faolain. Foreign Affairs, and Other stones Powell Hearing Secret Har-nsnies; Prou. TneBer- nardini T e ; r a c c - S a l t c n , F i f t e e n RabOils; Selwyn, Sergeant Venty and the Imperial Diamond; Stafford wan in a Cage; Tale. Faces in the Flames; Ze::a. Tnc L N^ic-ion-The American Poetry Anthology Apple Tne Air Force Museum; Baidndge,Juoglir,g: The Ar. of Balancing Marriage. Motherhood, aod Carec', Baum The Jewish woman in America, Bo*les. Scnoolmg in Caoifalisi America; Brown. Prelude to D:saster, Des- mo'd The HO? Blooded Dinosaurs; Rexncr. Century of Smuggle, F^ier. Teaching Children Today/neo an. der international Social Welfare, Gal, ^L""^^"Gavin. Three Men of Boston, S l a s s i e . A I S . l v e r and No Brass- Haines, The Plains Indians; Mailer, The Bco!-. Collectors Fact Book; Hampden. Sane Asylum; Haniey. HoMHanlev-s "atterns for Needlepoint, Hawie, Honor- abl?TreS on Henderickson. RipoHs,Heil!.rone'. Business Civ,li:ation in Decline; H ''"?\ p 'TMTM, H £$?g: Red Wolves and Black Bears, llhch. M*.cal !^?f A ^ jury Gramp, Keats. What Ever Happened to Moms Ap- nf.p.pi Kress Sex Age and Work; Logan; Josh: My P Jp a d'bownjn and Out of Life; Lynn, LoreMaLynn, 'oai Miner's Daughter; Martin, Madam S e c r e t a r y . Frances Perkins; Mose'ey, Lindserg: A Biography, o'sulliva° Thomas Hardy; Palmer, TM"**W"TM rrinls- Parmet The Democrats: The Years After FDR Patrick uToVr Children Go' Rainey, The Saga o BuCX ir-W Reed Anna Ruoin, LoveMe, LovcMy Fool. Rosses The President Makers; Russell, The Woman's Day on* of So'"Toys aid Di-Jls; Sennert, How to Be Your 0»"coc5S;-Some?imes; Sel.ye. TMS.r«»ot We. Simmons TheUnited States Marines, M5-197S: Smgcr. Amm ? Liberation, Smth. A l g o r H i s v T n e True Story. Smith. Free Fall; Sceer. Spandau- The Secre. D.anes, Talbo Raising Child'en ,n Modern America; Theoba'd. Bpvnnd De p^re Tree, How New England Happened, 5 S Nat°"?P»'rk Service. The Official Guide toHistor- ir Places va- Dyke. Lo.e Starts with you; Von Hirsch, nVirn Justice The Choice of Punishments; Voykm, ASK the Lawn E'% I Wallace, The Can. of wine; Wason. ' ' away Daughter; Wat- to $250.198, or 4.8 per cent. Smith notes, attributing this to strict adherence of budget and the use of labor saving devices. Marvin T. Roush, assistant shift operating engineer at Philip Sporn Plant in New- Haven, has been promoted to shift operating engineer. Roush joined the plant in 1949 as a diesel operator. He was promoted to control operator in 1952 and to foreman in 1957. He lives with his family near New Ha- Dr. Dale Zinn, dean of the College of Agriculture and Forestry at West Virginia University, will speak Tuesday at the Charleston Kiwanis Club. Thomas S. Cushman of Beckley has been promoted to area manager by the Lee- Norse division of Ingersoll-Rand. He succeeds P.L. McWhorter, who moves up to corporate headquarters in Charleroi, Pa., as sales manager. Hospitals in West Virginia can how purchase dental insurance benefits for em- ployes at a reduced cost through the newly established Medical Education Trust underwritten by Connecticut General Life Insurance Co., the company says. Charleston (Spec.) United States Reading Lab will offer a 4 week course in speed reading to a limited number of qualified people in the Charleston area. This recently developed method of instruction is the most innovative and effective program available in the United States. Not only does this famous course reduce your time in the classroom to just one class per week for 4 short weeks but it also includes an advanced speed reading course on cassette tape so that you can continue to improve for the rest of your life. In just 4 weeks the average student should be reading 4-5 times faster. In a few months some students are reading 20-HO limes faster attaining speeds that approach 6000 words per minute. In rare instances speeds of up to 13.000 wpm have been documented. Our average graduage should read 7-10 times faster upon completion of the course with marked improvement in comprehension and concentration. For those who would like additional information, a series of free, one hour, orientation lectures have been scheduled. At these free lectures the course will be explained in complete detail, including classroom procedures, instruction methods, class schedule and a special 1 time only introductory tuition that is less than one-third the cost of similar courses. You must attend any of the meetings for information about the Charleston classes. These orientations are open to the public. above age 14. ipersons under 18 should be accompanied by a parent if possible). If you have always wanted to be a speed reader but found the cost prohibitive or the course too time consuming . . . now you can! Just by attending 1 evening per week for 4 short weeks you can read 7 to 10 times faster, concentrate better and comprehend more. If you are a student who would like to make A's instead of B's or C's or if vou are a business person who wants to stay abreast of today' severchanging accelerating world then this course is an absolute necessity. These special one-hour lectures will be held the following times and places. Thursday June 17 at 6:30 again at 8:!!0 p.m. meetings will be held at the National Bank of Commerce in the assembly room on the fourth floor. Friday June 18 at 6:30 again at 8:30 p.m. at the N a t i o n a l Bank of Commerce-- Assembly Room. Saturday June 19 at 10:30 a.m. again at 1:30 p.m. These meetings will beheld at the Holiday Inn downtown-BOO Kanawha Blvd. Tuesday June 22at 6:30 again at 8:30 at the downtown Holidav Inn. Two final meetings will be held Wednesday June 23 at 6:30 again at 8:30 p.m. at the downtown Holiday Inn-600 Kanawha Blvd. If you are a businessman, student, housewife or executive, this course, which took 5 years of intensive research to develop, is a must. You can read 7-10 times faster, comprehend more, concentrate better, and remember longer. Students are offered an additional discount. This course can be taught to industry or civic groups at "Group rates" upon request. Be sure to attend whichever free orientation that fits best in vour schedule. A d v . invite Chippendale to your next party and save 20%! Si verplate Sa e Aracoma High School Reunion July 15-17 LOGAN - The Aracoma High School reunion will be here July 15-17. For further information contact William H. Page, president of the alumni association, at Box 175, Holden, W. Va., phone 239-2706. The perfect complement to any party or table setting. Sparkling silverplate at a very moderate cost. A. Chased round tray . . . 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