Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 2, 1974 · Page 84
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June 2, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 84

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I OF -- J u n e 2. 1974 '«m/ny (,asrttv-Mait a'iei'bn, Aes' Virginia New Bus Schedules to Begin Rogeiio T. Lim M. D. ANNOUNCES the relocation of his off ice from 1205 Quarrier Street to Room 212 Medical Arts Bldg. Quarrier Street, Charleston, W. Va. By Appointment Only Phone 342-1711 Beginning June 1, 1974 DR. MILDRED BATEMAN (CENTER) RECEIVES ALUMNAE ACHIEVEMENT AWARD Citation Is Presented By Robert J. Slater and June Klinghoffer Mental Health Director Honored PHILADELPHIA, Pa. Dr. Mildred Bateman. West DEPARTMENT STORE casuals AND § 3 LADIES'REGULAR TO 9 95 MADE IN ITALY SUMMER SANDALS FIRST QUALITY · NEWEST STYLES · LITTLE HEELS* HIGH HEELS · FLATS* PLATFORMS · WHITE · BOW « BROWN · MULTI-COLORS . 4- *rh, ft FIRST QUALITY AMERICA MADE TENNIS SHOES QUALITY CANVAS UPPERS, THICK DUCK SOLES, CUSHION INNERSOLES. REG. TO 2.99 INFANTS 5 to 8 CHILDS'8'/2to3 MISSES'12 /2 to 3 REG. 3.99 i 77 ·SOLID i f*- ; I LADIES' AND TEENS 7 REG. TO 8" ITALIAN LEATHER CLOGS MADE IN ITALY... PUNCHED, SOLID OR WOVEN ALL LEATHER UPPERS... CUSHIONED SOLE. WHITE, NAVY, RED, BLUE, BEIGE. SIZES 5 to 10 COLORS · FANCIES · SOLID WHITE AND · NAVY III .3 I I · I ···?*: 'Ir P JSsw V?R DOOR BUSTERS , YOUTHS'·BOYS'fcMEN'S REG. 2.99 IF PERFECT HI AND LOW BASKETBALL , SHOES BLACK AND WHITE 1 '^B^ » GDIS'REG. 2.99 FIRST QUALITY RED/WHITE/BLUE KNIT FIT LINED SIZES 8 to 3 1 00 MEN'S AND BOYS' REG, TO 3.99 FIRST QUALITY RED/WHITE/BLUE JOGGERS V O U T H S ' l l t o 2 0 B O Y S ' 3 V i t c 6 MEN'S 6 'A to 12 Virginia's Department of Mental Health director, has been selected as this year's recipient of the Alumnae Achievement Award of the Alumnae Association of the Medical College of Pennsylvania. Dr. Bateman received her a w a r d in r e c o g n i t i o n of achievements as leader and administrator in the field of mental health and psychiatry. A graduate of Johnson C. Smith University. Dr. Bateman received her M.D. from the Medical College of Pennsylvania. She interned at Harlem Hospital. New York City, and completed a three-year psychiatric residency and fellowship at the Menninger School of Psychiatry at Topeka, Kan. The award was presented by June Klinghoffer, chairman of the awards committee; and Robert J. Slater, new president of the college. Sissonville Festival Champion Sissonville Junior High won the grand championship at the Lower Kanawha Valley Conference band and majorette festival held Friday evening at Oakes Field in South Charleston. Andrew Jackson came in second and South Charleston and Hayes tied for third. Rosemary Dooley of Sissonville was crowned Miss LKVC of 1974. Other awards: Best b a n d p l a y i n g a n d marching: 1 -- Sissonville; 2 -- Hayes; 3 -- South Charleston. Best majorette corps routine: 1 -- Andrew Jackson; 2 -- St. Albans; 3 -- Sissonville. Best girl twirlers: 1 -- Pam Meadows, Andrew Jackson; 2 -- Pam Dent, Spring Hill; 3 -Mary Ackenheusen, South Charleston. Best boy twirlers: 1 -- Bart Roberts, Spring Hill; 2 - Ed Wandling, Sissonville; 3 -Mike Richards, Clendenin. | Bookmobile | Will Visit 1 In Fayette FAYETTEVILLE - 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 3:30 p.m. T u e s d a y -- Powellton School, 10:30 to 11 a.m.; Powellton Post Office, 11:15 to 11:45 a.m.; Kimberly Post Office, 12 to 12:30 p.m.; Kimberly School, 12:45 to 1 p.m.; Smithers, 1:15 to 2:30 p.m. Wednesday -- Rosedale, 10 to 11 a.m. Thursday -- Boomer, 10 a.m. t o n o o n ; C h a r l t o n Heights, 12:15 to 2p.m.; Falls View, 2:10 to 3:30 p.m. Friday -- No run. Logan Gets Water Grant LOGAN - The city of Logan has been a w a r d e d a $269,600 grant by the Economic Development Administration to extend water service to two industrial sites and a vocation-technical school under construction. The city of Logan will provide $67,400 to complete the $337,000 total cost of the project. ·X New bus schedules developed by the Kanawha Valley Regional Transportation Authority (KRT) will go into effect Saturday. The schedules were developed following an in-depth study conducted by KRT last fall to determine when and where additional bus service is needed. KRT's marketing director, Bill Currey, said Saturday the new schedules "have been developed a f t e r extensive research into what the public wants and what the majority- can readily understand." Currey said, "We have collected sample schedules of bus, airline and train companies from all over the world. We dug out antique schedules used during the trolley days in order to analyze just what consitutes an understandable transit schedule. From this research we developed for KRT Transit a schedule brochure and related materials aimed at selling the present and potential transit user on car-free comuting, by providing simple instructions and how-to information about KRT bus routes." Schedules have been changed to better coincide with industry and business operating h o u r s and shift changes. The St. Albans route has been extended to Coal ' River Road, the Edgewood and South Ruffner routes have been combined to provide better crosstown mobility, and Sugar Creek-Chandler Drive service is now via Washington Street W rather than Edgewood Drive to provide residents of the area with a direct route to the nearest business area. In addition, frequency of buses has been increased in Kanawha City and St. Albans to eliminate overcrowding. The Fort Hill-Mountain Avenue route has been shortened and frequency of service increased at peak periods. The Hillsdale and Market Drive routes have been combined and the 58th Street-Southside route was eliminated to prov- ide additional Kanawha City- downtown operations. » * * KRT SYSTEM General Manager Harold A. Miller said, "We now have a realistic f o u n d a t i o n of routes and schedules to sell to the commuter in the Kanawha Valley. Keeping in mind that KRT must serve all of the country with only about 50 operable buses, we hope that the new schedules will be supported by the community." Miller added, "We hope to be able to expand into many new areas and to improve service in the hill sections as the new buses we have on order arrive. At this point we simply do not have enough safe, reliable equipment to provide many areas with public transportation. We will be continuing our studies through the coming months and look forward to receiving comments, petitions and suggestions from the general public on how we can improve the quality of service." In a program called "Take One-Go KRT" schedules for all 21 bus routes have been placed at every bank in the Kanawha Valley as well as in other public buildings. Most buses have also been equipped with plastic racks to display schedules for the individual routes. CHARLESTON BEAUTY ACADE Let Us Add A Littte Beauty to Your Spring Season! Open Tuesday thru Sat. ·NEW HAIRSTYLES ·LATEST HAIRCUTS ·TINTS* BLEACHES ·FROSTS ·MANICURES ENROLL NOW IN OUR BEAUTY SCHOOL! * Earn while you learn * 100.00 off tuition * Nationally Accredited! with this ad SEND TOD AY FOR FREE INFORMATION ! 1 NAME , ADDRESS PHONE, I CITY STATE . . I 711V2 FIPE ST., CHARLESTON, W. VA. PHONE 346-9603 We've only been open for business a short time and already have two citations! For muddy sidewalks.' Come in and register for free Charlies tickets given away weekly. 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