Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 20, 1976 · Page 137
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June 20, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 137

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Sunday, June 20, 1976
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Warren G. Harding (1921-1923) Warren Harding was quite a swinger, although he did most of his swinging after the dances were over. Many in his cabinet were swingers, too. And while Harding made secret jaunts to White House closets, his subordinates were taking quiet trips to government vaults. Calvin Coolidge (1923-1929) Cal Coolidge was no swinger. Not one to waste words -("The business of America is business" is purported to be the longest sentence he ever uttered) -- his six years in the White House were like one long Sunday afternoon spent sitting on the back porch. Herbert Hoover (1929-1933) Herbert Hoover promised chickens in every pot, but after October 1929, these were all the chickens the voters, go 1 .. Page 10 Like This Section? There's Much More We hope you have enjoyed this unique look at the American presidency, which is only one part of the big Bicentennial edition included in this morning's Sunday Gazette-Mail. Other sections are filled with stories of interest. Among them you'll find: -"Mountain Road to Independence," Staff historian John G. Morgan's series exploring West Virginia history from discovery to independence. The first eight articles in the series appear in this edition, with subsequent ones to appear in The Charleston Gazette. The series begins on Page 2F. »-"West Virginia 1876: An Adolescent State," Daily Mail Staff Writer Ann Johnston Haas' series oh West Virginia during the nation's Centennial, 100 years ago. Events, conditions and atmosphere of West Virginia in its 13th year -- and the nation's 100th -- are explored in the first three articles of the series. Others will follow in the Daily Mail. '1876' begins on Page 2G. ··Photographs and articles on the West Virginia Science and Cultural Center, which will open July 11. Included in the coverage of this state birthday present to itself is a list of opening activities and photographs of exhibits inside the center. These items will be found in the fourth section -- Section J. iSSraSSrasraSftSSS:^^ Siindav dinette-Moil. -June20. 197K

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