Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 3, 1975 · Page 25
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August 3, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 25

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Sunday Ga*ette-Jl«i W*s,V*. ift*ii v^j.Tua , 1975 SALE STARTS AUGUST 4,1975 MON.6A.M The "Big One" ... that's what Dollar Days is at The BAZAAR. This is the sale that is literally months in the making. Our buyers have made some purchases that will absolutely astound you. If it's new! If it's for Fall or Winter, or Back-To-School, you'll be able to find it in our store during Dollar Days in more quantity and selection than you could imagine ... AND, at low prices that will please every budget large or small. If there was ever a time to be at The BAZAAR, AUGUST 4th is the day! Get your friends together, make a day of it. As always, we promise you won't be disappointed. Supervisor Consolidated Gas Supply Corp. has transferred Harold R. Yoak to Chelyan as area supervisor of its leasing and right of way department. He comes to the Kanawha Valley area from Clarksburg. Hurricane Ends Garbage Collection HURRICANE - Members of the Hurricane City Council voted Friday to abolish the town garbage collection department. Officials said the town's two garbage trucks are old and concluded it was in the town's best interests to contract the work. A contract was signed with the Cummings Collection Service. Two residents objected to the change in operation on grounds that it is inconvenient to place garbage within 25 feet of the curb. That is a requirement of the collection company. The town deferred action on a request from residents that a barricade installed at the end of Putnam Avenue not be moved. They said the narrow street has been "pure heaven" since the barricade was set up two months ago. New Books At Library · These books were among the titles received last week aMhe Kanawha County Public Library: Adult fiction-Bagley, The Snow Tiger; Bickham, A 3oat Named Death; Clavell, Shogun; Condon, Money Is Love, Cooper, Grasshopper Summer; Donis, Cloud Eight; Ford, Castle Malindine; Gibbs, The Admiral's Lady; Hall, The Mandarin Cypher; Llewellyn, Green, Green My Valley Now; Malpass, Sweet Will; Mattiessen, Far Tortuga, Macdonald. The World From Rough Slones; Ort, Oft to See the Wizard; Rosenberg, Contract on Cherry Street; Sherman, The Lion's Paw; Steward, The Gaudy; Vreuls, Are We There Yet?, Solmessen, The Comfort Letter; Willis, Westminster One; Wollstone- craft, Maria: the Wrongs of Woman. Adult nonfiction-Benitez, In the Magic Land of Peyote. Berends, Whole Child/Whole Parent; Bergen,-Polly's Principles, Bizardel, The First Expatriates; Braga, Learning and Growing; Burnett, A Fiction Writers Handbook; Campbell, Let It Rot; Cole, TheTheatrical Event; Consumer Guide, How It Works S, How to Fix It; De Camp. Teach Your Child to Manage Money; Deming, · Water: Family Encyclopedia of American History; Gad-, dy. Profile of a Christian Citizen; Hesse, The Hesse- Mann Letters; Humes, Podium Humor; Kahane, The Story of the Jewish Defense League; Kramer, The Sun- Healed Indoor;Outdoor Room for People, for Plants; Lobdell, A Tolkien Compass; Longford, Abraham Lincoln; Martin, One Man, Hurt; Meilach, Box Art; Mississippi,-University Of Southern Miss, Frost: Centennial Essays; Money, The Was the North; Montagu, Culture and Human Development; Nathan, The Flavor of Jerusalem; On Understanding Art Museums; Pearson, The Sealed Train; Russell, Foraging for Dinner; Schusky, The Forgotten Sioux; Sloanaker, Recollections and Reflections of a College Dean; Strauss, Is It Well With the Child?, Sunstein, A Different Face; Uris, Memos for Managers; Weisband, Resignation in Protest; Whisenhunt. The Environment and the American Experience; Williams, Origins of the English Language; Reference-Harrison, Women's Movement Media; Koenig, European Manuscript Sources of the American Revolution; Slonaker, Recollections and Reflections of a College Dean; Wpodburn, Using the Chemical Literature. New York Crime On the Increase (Cj JVetc York Times Service NEW YORK - Except for a continued decrease in murders, almost all other categories of serious crimes reported to the police rose sharply in the city during the first six months of the year. The rate of major crimes increased 13 per cent during the first half of the year compared to the same period last year, according to statistics compiled by the police department. While most major felonies were up in New York, the rate of increase here apparently was slower than in the rest of the country and in most other large cities. The latest data announced by the Federal Bureau of Investigation showed that the over-all crime rate was rising this year at a rate of 18 per cent, or five per cent more than in the city. One high police official. Chief of Detectives Louis C. Cottell. said the rise in robberies and thefts might be a result of the economic depression here. "As times get harder people find themselves forced into these things." Cottell asserted. The only bright spot in the latest crime figures was a 3.8 per cent decline in murders. Most police officials said they were puzzled as to why homicides in the city have steadily declined since late 1973. \ to s e MTWEDRESSES WM ^ %$ «\««?\ BOYS'LONG SLEEVE SPORT OR KNIT SHIRTS for 2.39 EA. · Perfect Quality! You'll be so proud to send your son back lo school this foil in ony of these long sleeve knit sport shifts. There ore a wide variety of new styles, perma-press fabrics, prints, patterns solids! Sizes 8-18. BOYS-SECOND FLOOR BOYS' JEANS AND DRESS OR CASUAL SLACKS for ^ 3.49EA. · Perfect Quality! A smashing new selection of perma-press solid fancy flare jeans school slacks in all the current styles colors! They're all machine washable the price is ( unbelievable"! Sizes 8 ; 18 reg., 8-16 slim. BOYS-SECOND FLOOR QUILTED TO THE FLOOR BEDSPREADS! TWIN OR FULL lv\. KING OR QUEEN SIZE '11.00 · Perfect Quality! These highly styled throw spreads in decorator prints truly enhance any bedroom decor!! They are plumpiy filled have craftsmen quality stitching! At these low prices you can afford to buy several! DOMESTICS-BASEMENT SUPER SPECIAL BUY! DON'T MISS OUT ON| THIS GREAT! DOLLAR DAY PURCHASE I FROM A VERY FAMOUS MAKER! LADIES' FALL COORDINATING SEPARATES : .v SHOP 16 VALUE PACKED HOURS HON., AUG. 4th BACK TO SCHOOL STYLE DRESSES · MADE TO SELL FOR MUCH, MUCH MORE IN LEADING DEPT. STORES! HUNDREDS TO SELL! for $3.49 EA. · Slight irregulars! Your little lady will be ready for back to school in any of these fine styled dresses... sold for much more in better stores! Choose from poly cotton blends 100% polyester in plaids more! Sizes 4-14. GIRLS-SECOND FLOOR JACKETS SLACKS SKIRTS BLOUSES . VESTS TOPS SPORTSWEAR MAIN FLOOR, FIRST TIME EVER AT THIS LOW PRICE! MEN'S FAMOUS ( MAVERICK®10oz.NAVX DENIM JEANS FAMOUS PACIFIC MILLS PRINTS, STRIPES, CHECKS OR WHITE POLY/COTTON MUSLIN NO-IRON SHEETS TWIN SIZE FULL SIZE 1.99 $ 2.99 QUEEN, FITTED OR FLAT., *4.99 KING, FITTED OR FLAT '5.99 PACKAGE OF 2 CASES *2.50 4.00 PAIR Heritage Festival Slated Aug. 22-24 The Appalachian Inter-Cultural Heritage Festival will be held at Camp Virgil Tate Aug. 22-24. The festival is sponsored by the John Henry Memorial Foundation Inc. · Perfect Quality! This is the first time ever at this astonishingly low, low} .price men's 10-oz. jeans with flare bottoms, front button closure, 14-patch pockets. Pre-shrunk, 50% polyester cotton. Sizes 28-38, all lenaths.. MEN'S-MAM FLOOR

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