Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 11, 1976 · Page 11
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 11

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 11, 1976
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IIA-July 11,1976 SnmtovCM«««..jlfaa · Wnt Vlrglnl* ----Area Bookmobiles Schedule Stops Kanawha The Kanawha County Public Library bookmobile will make these stops this week: Monday-Leewood near store: 10:15-11 a.m.; Eskdale at Railroad Station: 11:15-11:45 a.m.; Miami at Sharon Dawes School: Noon-12:30 p.m.; Dry Branch at school: 12:40-1:15 p.m.; Winifrede at Post Office: 2:15-3 p.m.; Chesapeake at school · 3:10-4 p.m. Tuesday-Elk River Road at Shoals School: 12:55-1:40 p.m.; Big Chimney at school: l:50-2:25'p.nv, Quick at school: 2:45-3:15 p.m.; Pinch at school: 3:30-4:40 p.m.; Elkview at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church:.4:55-5:25 p.m.; Clendenin at Kror ger supermarket: 6:20-7:30 p.m. Thursday-Handley at City Park: 10:20-11 a.m.; Pratt at Pratt Ave. Center St.: ll:10-Noon; Standard at Missionary Baptist Church: 12:10-12:45 p m · East Bank at Main St.: 1:05-2 p.m.; Marmet at Lewis Hardware: 34 p.m. Friday-Charleston at So. Park Village: 9:30-10:15 a.m., Kanawha City at Lippert Terrace: 10:30-11:30 a.m.; Charleston at Upper Donnally Hollow: 11:40 a.m.-12:15 p.m., Edgewood Acres at school: 1:15-2 p.m.; Elk Hills at Viking Road Presbyterian Church: 2:15-3 p.m.; Little Sandy at 2/10 mi. south of bridge: 3:154 p.m. Library Gets New Books Among the books received last week at the Kanawha County Public Library: Fiction-Brent, Strangers at Wildings; Connell, Double Honeymoon; Hinkemeyer, Summer Solstice; Howar, Making Ends Meet; Hynd, Revenge; Irsfeld, Coming Trhough: A Novel; Hitter, Caroline, Caroline; Robbins, The Lonely Lady; Rosenberg, When the Bough Breaks; Sapir, Bressio; Schweitzer, The Herzog Legacy; Slaughter, Plague Ship; Whitney, The Golden Unicorn. Nonfiction-^Allen, Aviation and Space Museums of America; Bennett, 1001 Ways to Be Your Own Boss; Berland, Living With Colitis and Hemorrhoids and Related Disorders; The Birth of the United States, By James Bishop; Bradley, Life on the Run; Burland, Feathered Serpent and Smoking Mirror; Camp, Custer in '76; Walter Camp's Notes on the Custer Fight; Clagg, West Virginia Historical Almanac; Derby, The Lady and Her Tiger; Discuss' ing Death: A Guide to Death Education; Duncan, Letter From Reachfar; Feingold, Why Your Child Is Hyperactive; Geiser, Behavior Mod and the Managed Society, Goldwater, The 'Coming Breakpoint; Lev' itan, Child Care and ABC's Too; McGough, Dollars and Sense;, The Teenage Consumer's Guide; Manchester, Controversy and Other Essays in Journalism, 1950-1975; Meyers, The Peasant Kitchen: A Return to Simple, Good Food, Nash, Hustlers and Con Men; Paterson, Helping Your Handicapped Child; Reber, Harper's Ferry; Redfield, Nature and Culture in .the Iliad: The Tragedy of Hector; Rice, Frontier Kentucky; Shapiro, Adult Bookstore; Sheehan, Dr. Sheehan on Running; Smith, Different Drums: How a Father and Son Bridged Generations With Love and Understanding; Stern, C. G. Jung, The Haunted Prophet; Stoker, The Annotated Dracula; Winter, The Golden Years, 1903-1913. Reference--American Library Assn., Reference Books for Small and Medium- Sized Libraries; Callatay, Atlas of the Plantts; Clagg, West Virginia Historical Almanac; Coal Workers' Pneumoconiosis: A Critical Review; Coulson, An Annotated Bibliography of Greek andjloman Art. Architecture, and Archaeology; Poche, Porcelain Marks of the World; Reber, Harper's Ferry; Robins, The Armour of Imperial Rome; Washington Post Writers Group') The Washington Post Guide to Washington; Wynar, Encyclopedic Director of Ethnic Organizations in the U.S.. Juvenile Fiction--Balian, The Sweet Touch; Many, Ultra-Violet Catastrophe! or the Unexpected Walk With Great-Uncle Magnus Pringle; Edmons, Bert Breen's Barn; .Monjo, Willie Jasper's Golden Eagle; Naylor, Walking Through the Dark. Juvenile NonfictionT-O'Connell, The. Magic Cauldron; Hoople, The Heritage Sampler; A Book of Colonial Arts and Crafts. Wilson Urges Recapturing Of Colonial Spirit West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Donald R. Wilson Saturday told persons attending the state convention of the American Legion that Americans need to recapture the blend of practicality, idealism, realism, inspiration, skepticism and faith of those who proclaimed our independence. Wilson, past national commander of the American Legion, said "In our consideration of the greatness and the virtues ot a form of government which guarantees to each of us priceless rights and privileges, we must recognize that they are of no value to us if we treat them selfishly or fail to demand they be assured to all without fear or favor." Fayette FAYETTEVILLE - The Fayette County bookmobile'will visit these communities this week: Monday-Rosedale, 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.; Pax, 1 to 2 p.m. .Tuesday-Lansing, 1 to2:30p.m. Wednesday-No Run Thursday-Glen Ferris, 9:45 to. 10:15 a.m.; Boomer, 10:30 a.m. to noon; Charlton Heights, 12:30 to 2 p.m.; Falls View, 2:10 to 3 p.m. Friday--No Run. MUHMC.RMKZMJ}. ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE FOR THE PRACTICE OF INTERNAL MEDICINE my is, 1976 CLINIC BUKDINC Montgomery General Hospital Montgomery, W.Va. NMM 442-2471-EXT. 330 PRE-SEASON Lee and Dickinson STOK HOURS: MM.-Fri. 9:30-9 PJN. Tues.,Wed,Thi!r$.,Sit 9:30«.M.-5PJI. ST. ALBANS MALL SUNDAYS 1P.M. TO 6P.M. WEEKDAYS 10A.M. TO 9P.M. SWIM WEAR SALE! FAMOUS SPORTSWEAR Regular 75.00 The treasures of a caravan of coats have arrived at Cox's! If you're one of those people who cleverly coat-plan in advance. . .this is the sale for you! Spread the word to your friends, too, because we won't be coming back with a special this good for a long, long time! Come on in to our coat department and wrap yourself in the luxury of beautifully tailored styles. Choose from double or single breasteds, tweeds and solid patterns in sizes 6-16. Time to bundle up in warm savings and you know the early bird shoppers will find the best selection, so hurry on down to Cox's and save! We'll be glad to hold your coat for you until October! BOYS'REG. 3.98 SHORTS 297 ASSORTED COLORS LADIES' HALTERS 097 SOtlDS and PRINTS LADIES' POLYESTER CLASSIC SHELLS REG. 6.00 SALE LADIES' WEDGIE and SLING CASUALS PRE-SEASON LAY-AWAY SALE EVENT! You con make your selection NOW while our collection is at its peak and deposit only 10.OQ Pick up your cool in the fall when you need it. Also in stock at this time, cashmere coats, at a price you can afford 138.00 Three styles for your choice in vicuna, beige or one style in black. Sizes include a range from 6-18,. 14'/2-18'/?. After sale, price will be 148.00and 158.00. COAT DEPT., Second Floor · PAIR OR 2 $7 PAIRS ^ I ASSORTED STYLES-COLORS SALE! MEN'S FAMOUS BRAND LEISURE SUITS REGULAR 30°° NOW ON SALE and DRESS SHIRTS MISSES' SPORTSWEAR %OFF Terrific savings on misses' polyester sportswear coordinates. A wide variety, mix and match, in pants, tops, skirts and sleeveless jackets. Formerly 8.00-16.00 MAIN FLOOR MEN'S LEISURE SUITS Formerly 45.00 Full construction brushed fabric, with brown contrast stitching. Assorted sizes. Formerly 45.00. MAIN FLOOR LADIES' LINGERIE Save handsomely on gowns, short gowns, baby dolls and lightweight robes,, assorted colors and sizes. REG. 8.00 10.00 22x42 CANNON BATH TOWELS 97 C COLORFUL PRINTED KITCHEN TOWELS 9 $ 1 L FOR 1 . 72x90 CHATHAM THERMAL BLANKETS REGULAR 4.99 3 1 MEN'S LEATHER SPORT BELTS Contemporary designed leather belts with wooden buckles, assortment of colors, sizes. Reg. 6.00-12.00. MAIN FLOOR Young Men's Pre-Washed DENIM JUMPSUIT Sale 12" Reg. 28.00 Pre-washed for comfort and that lived-in look and feel. Denim blue only, assorted sizes and limited quantity, so hurry. MAIN FLOOR

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