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6A -July 4. 1976 Sunday Gaxette-Mail -Charlesfcn. west Virginia New Books at Library Among the books received last week at the Kanawha County Public Library: Fiction-Auchincloss, The Winthrop Covenant: Bainbridge, Sweet William; Briskin, Rich Friends: Finley, Missouri Blue; Jansson. Sun City: Mella, Transformations; O'Connor, Across the Western; Solzhenitsyn. Lenin in Zurich: Chapters: Welles. Fahnsworth Manor; Williams, The Reservation; Winston, The Golden Valley. Nonfiction--Ambuter, Carolyn Ambuter's Needlepoint Celebrations; The American Experiment; Angier, Wilderness Wife: Ardrey, The Hunting Hypothesis; Barker. The Horrors of the Half- Known Life: Baskin, New Burlington: The Life and Death of an American Village: Bennett. Biking for Grownups; Beyond Baker Street: A Sherlockian Anthology: Bush, Old London; The Consumers Union Guide to Buying for Babies; Darroch, Ottoline: The Life of Lady Ottoline Morrell: Davis, Horse Packing in Pictures: Fantel. Durable Pleasures; Foner, Tom Paine and Revolutionary America; Fonteyn, Margot Fonteyn; Food Gardens; Fuchs, Management Consultants in Action; Gatland. Missiles and Rockets; Hertzel, The Big Red Machine; Hogarth, Paul Hogarth's Walking Tours of Old Philadelphia; Through Independence Square. Society Hill, South- wark. and Washington Square; Hornung, 200 Years of American Graphic Art; McQuarrie. Wild Crafting: Harvesting the Wilds for a Living: Mandell, The First Modern Olympics; Morrella. The "It" Girl; Mott. The Total Book of House Plants; Murray. The 103rd. Ballott: The New Psycho-History; Page One: Major Events. "1920-1975. As Presented in The New York Times: Paton, Knocking on the Door; Perrin. Jesus and the Language of Â· the Kingdom; Perry, Watching Sea Birds: A Pumpkin in a Pear Tree: Creative Ideas for Twelve Months of Holiday Fun; The Reader's Digest Treasury of Modern Quotations; Rosenberg, Mary Brown: From Harpers's Ferry to California; Schickele, The Definitive Biography of P.D.Q. Bach; Bach; Schwartz, Pippin; Strage, Women of Power; Tarrant, Drucker: The Man Who Invented the Corporate Society; Thompson, Evil and World Order; Westmore, The Westmores of Hillywood; Williams. Notes of a Feminist Therapist; Williams, Demeter's Daughters; York, The Advisers: Oppenheimer, Teller, and the Superbomb. Reference--Current Developments in Copyrights Law. 1975/Walter. J. Derenberg, Morton David Goldberg, Cochairmen; Harnishfeger, The Collector's Guide to America Indian Artifacts; Voices From the Hills: Selected Readings of Southern Appalachia. Juvenile nonfiction--Balducci, A Self- Made Woman: Belloc, The Yak, the Python, the Frog; Bernstein, The First Morning; An African Myth; Branley, Energy for the 21st Century; Coerr, Biography of a Kangaroo: Coombs, Be Winner in Basketball; Elbert, Easy Enameling on Metal; Emberley, The Wizard of op; Fritz, Where Was Patrick Henry on the 29th of May? Gates, Mightiest of Mortals: Heracles; Holz, Mobiles You Can Make; Kamm, The Junior Illustrated Encyclopedia of Sports; Lightbody, Hooks and Loops; Luckhardt, Brave Journey: Mason, Secrets of the Supernatural; Palmer, A Dictionary of Mythical Places; Razzi, Star-Spangled Fun!; Rockwell, The Three Bears 15 Other Stories; Ross, Cracks and Crannies: What Lives There; Smith, Play With the Sun: Srivastava, Averages; Tardy, Soccer: World's Most Popular Sport; Wayne. Let's Hear It for America; Zim : Eating Places. Bookmobile Visits Fayette FAYETTEVILLE-The Fayette County bookmobile will visit these communities this week: Monday--No run Tuesday-Powellton, 10:30 to 11:15 a.m.: Kimberly, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.; Mt. Carbon. 12:45 to 1:30 p.m.; Smithers. 1:45 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 to 1 p.m.: Page. 1:30 to 3 p.m. Putnam WINFIELD.The Putnam County bookmobile will make these stops on Tuesday: Liberty, 10-10:30 a.m.; Confidence, 11-11:30 a.m.: Bronco Junction, noon to 1 p.m.; Lone Oak Church, 1:30-2 p.m.; Red House. 2:30-3 p.m. Kanawha 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 Emerald Heights at Shamrock Londonderry: 9:20-10:05 a.m.,-Charleston at Angel Terrace Lyndale: 10:10-10:50 a.m.. So. Charleston at Rock Lake Drive: 11:10 11:50 a.m.. Alum Creek at Rose Shopping Center: 12:55 - 1:30 a.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., Witcher Creek at Mouth of Dry Branch Rd. 2:10 - 2:50 p.m.. Chelyan near school on Rt. 61: 3:05 - 3:35 p.m.. Shrewsbury at Michigan Center: 3:50-4:30 p.m.. Glasgow at 3rd Ave. 3rd St.: 4:45 - 5:30 p.m.. Cedar Grove near Fire Station: 6:15- 7:30 p.m. Wednesday - Tad at school: 1:00-1:40, Col 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 St.: 3:30 - 4:10 p.m.. West Belle at 17th St.: 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. Chas. Rec. Center: 10:45 -11:30 a.m.. Woodward Dr. near Stanely Products: 12:30 -1:30 p.m., Charleston at Woodlawn Elem. School: 1:45 - 2:30 p.m.'. Sugar Creek at Missionary Bapt. Church: 2:45 3:30 p.m., Chandler'DR. at Church of God: 3:45 - 4:30 p.m. 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: 1:50-2:45p.m.. Brookhaven at Jet. Rt. 35 40th St. Rd. 3:20 - 4 p.m. Rubber Strike Talks Showing No Advancement CLEVELAND - (AP)- U.S. Labor Secretary William Usery Jr. continued to work with representatives of the rubber industry and striking United Rubber Workers on the eve of the July Fourth holiday. But there was no indication that the talks, which have been on dead center for 10 weeks, might produce any fireworks. An aide to Usery said a joint bargaining session after Usery returned here Friday continued until 1 a.m. Saturday, with federal mediators sitting in. Usery was back at work at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, meeting separately with industry and union repre- senatives, the aide reported. Meanwhile the United Rubber Workers' strike against the Big Four of the rubber industry was in its 74th day. The union has focused its talks here on the Firestone Tire Rubber Co., which the union picked as the best bet to set a pattern for the industry. However a spokesman for Usery said he also had been in contact with officials of the other three strikebound major companies-Goodyear. Goodrich and Uniroyal. * * WE WILL BE OPEN THE ICfillHWil ftÂ£ FROM 1 P.M, TO 7 P.M. FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE 1755 Salt making by the Indians reported by Mary ~ Ingles. 1797 Elisha Brooks established first salt furnace near present town of Maiden. 1806 Ruffner Brothers, David and Joseph, bored first salt well. 1809 Tobias Ruffner drilled to great subterranean saline reservoir. 1831 Uncle Billy Morris invented revolutionary mining tool called "slips" 1835 George Patrick introduced the steam furnace to salt mining. 1816 Visit of steamboat "Eliza", first such vessel on Kanawha River. In observance of America's bicentennial, the people at FMC have brought you a series of the historic highlights of salt-making, the Kanawha Valley's first industry. Salt brine, one of West Virginia's basic resources, is still important to industry today. Using the same basic resources as the salt makers, FMC has developed major industrial facilities in the valley which transform these resources into components for a myriad of products for homes and industries throughout the world. FMC operates two important industrial chemical plants in the Kanawha Valley, at South Charleston and Nitro. Other manufacturers take the chemicals produced at FMC and use them in hundreds of consumer products. Our caustic soda is used in cellophane, soap, and aluminum. Chlorine is a widely used basic industrial chemical. Among its many uses are water purification, bleaching compounds, synthetic fibers, resins, Â· and plastics. FMC hydrogen peroxide, used extensively for textile bleaching, has found increasing application for odor control in wastewater treatment. Other products are used in aerosol sprays, solvents, insecticides and dry bleaches. Flame retardant plasticizers from our Nitro plant have been a boon to people and industries world-wide. These are used to make children's clothing flame-proof, as well as for fire-retardant coatings for industrial process equipment. At FMC we believe that communities and industries are joint owners of an area's history. Each, therefore, should take pride in this heritage, find occasion to make it known, and, most of all, make every effort to preserve it. Accordingly, we are publishing a new edition of our brochure, "The Salt Industry in the Kanawha Valley," containing complete historical information on the salt industry in our area, as well as a large inserted map, suitable for framing, showing location of all the old salt furnaces in the valley. To reserve your copy of this brochure, write: Public Affairs Manager FMC Corporation Box 8127 South Charleston, WV 25303 Please allow a few weeks for completion and delivery. We would appreciate any comments you might care to make on our Salt Industry advertising series. Â·FMC Chemicals 1817 First trust in U.S. formed -the "Kanawha Salt Company".