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Library Offers Many Services To County Bookmobile This photograph was taken inside of making it easier for people of the county the Bookmobile of the Ohio County Li- to take advantage of the many books of- hrary, and Mrs. Leonard Wade is shown feted by the library. A schedule of the checking some. of the books. Tha bok- future stops of the bookmobile may be mobile travels throughout the county, thus seen on this nae, i / i!!iiii! i New Photo Copier Roy Don Whitehead, Centertown, (L) is being shown the new 3M Dry Photo CopCer just recently acquired by the lib- rary. This is a service offered to :he Times Staff Photo ,person Who wishes to copy an entire page from any of the available books in the library. A service charge of 25 per sheet is charged for using this machine. Framed Reproductions Times Staff Photo Pictured above are soma of the framed shown, is a projector, tape recordings, reproductions of paintings that may be and equipm:nt that is available from checked out fro, In i:he library. Algo the library. II hYOU can go a long wayinl Promises are easier tel Almost anybody can tell e Wor m h n f lfl bu ou excellent reasons wh ldifyou make it yourl ake t a to u "11, t lY Y )USme k h he or she cannot make a ss to mind your ownlpeople continue toma et em I , /  "- = --)Usiness ] carelessly . .. I liontribution . _ ,lor MFA Insurance Corn &apos; Welding A,d General I ,,|  panics III Repairs I /  Dependable, Low-Cost Protection III - I / illAIlen's Used Carsl ln / Auto ],'ire Health Life .om--.o,, 1/I " I I Prompt Claims Service-Coast to Coast Ill Body Shop I '" RondoChinn Agent|II ,, ... .. ,.., I PHONs': 2'B-3447 Hartford, Kentucky Over 14,000 Books Are Now Available The beautiful new Ohio. County Library, which was constructed last year at a cost of well over the $100, 000 and which was dedicated late in October, lnas since that time been of in- calculable value to the re- sidents of Ohio County. The library has available to Ohio Countians 14,000 books of which 90 percent, of the most recent books, were supplied by the regional library at Frankfort, according to Tom Sutherland, Regional Direc- tor. The library already had a collection of its own, but! when the Regional Offices were moved to the Green River Region, in Ohio Coun- ty, the participating mem- bers became recipients of the books from the RegEon- ,M Library. New ooks arrive weekly to be distributed to the five libraries who are members of the Green River region. The five libraries in the Green River Region are; Ohio County, Butler, Ed- monson , Mclean and Han- cock Counties. It is an item of interest to the residents of Ohio County, that many services are available to them through the local library. For an example, if in re- search work a professional man or woman ( Lawyers, Ministers. etc.)needs a book not available at the local time writing out the copy, library, the book can be for 25 a sheet and in a obtained from the regional library, by Tom Su'therland, Regional Director, who checks the book out from the regional library and in turn issues it to the party needing it. It was also noted that this process of obtain- ing the desired book from the regional library can be done in a period of two or three days. In addition to keeping thousands of books in read- iness for their readers, the local library staff is pre- pared to loan reproductions of framed paintings, record- ings of music, language, and literature, as well as films for children. Not only the films are available, but also the projector screens and all the related parapher- nelia. Many works are on hand for all age groups of avid readers, such as Fiction and Non-fiction (both adult and juvenile) as well as biogra- phies and Childrens Easy Books. A recent addition to the services of the library is the acquisition of a 3M Dry Photo Copyer. If a person desires to make a copy of an entire page from one of the reference works, rather than spend a great deal of matter of seconds with the help of the Photo Copyer, he has a copy of the page. This also applies to maga- zines, letters, and any type of printed matter. Also available to the user of the library is a Card Catalogue, a system where- by the desired book may be quickly and easily located. The Bookmobile, operated by Mrs. Leonard Wade, is a very valuable asset to the :library, in that all areas of the county may be served better. The Bookmobile tours the entire county, mak- ing short stops in different neighborhoods thus encour- aging and making the check- ing of books easier for all age groups. A schedule of the destinations as well as the times of the visits l scheduled for the Bookmo- bile may be found in this issue of the Times. It was noted that plans are under way to begin a Childrens Hour at the lib- rary. Presently under way is a course on the Great Books designed to give people a method of conduct- Ing an exercise in reflective thinking, and discussing the works of authors who have made the strongest impres- sion on civilization. Times Staff Photo Great Books Meeting another service of the library. The course Pictured above is a group of twenty- will last from six to eight weeks, and is two people who attended the first in a under the direction of Don Levy from series of meetings on the Great Books, the University of Chicago. 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It seen in the was also noted that a Children's Hour childrens section of the library, a sac- is in the planning stages, and further children and information will be given in the fui contains Children's Easy Books, as well as to the beginning da:e. There are any number of people who. will do great things if they can do them without exertion. will include Alton L. Blake- Associated Press science writer, and Ralph P. Creer, director of medi- cal motion pictures and tele- vision for the American Medical Association. Theme for the event is: "Why the Need to Improve Commun- ications?" Whenever we hear an old man lambasting the youth of today we wonder what kind of child he was. Card Catalog Times Staff Photo Dorothy Russell, Assistant County Librarian, is shown Instr:ting 3anice Fieener in the use of the Card Cata- logue, a file of all books in the library. 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Con,jxm.Z.fZ]. 11:7q - 17 :Z { 711SD,.tt, 72Ll.,-t,1 8 2d.e.,.a.t ?`da,', Sc, hoo,L 3:30 - 10:30 7a.f.f,.t. 10:45 - 7"/:15 Bexta 11:30- 11. y .')D 7ul).'ui R.L_r ScAood. 1:00 - 9:1q RE.SD,, 7&8U.,,22.y. 9 7oZ.dtrT_2e Schoo 8:45 - 1,9.:30 7o,'tc'dd.,/ Cor,r,m..tt 12:35 - 1 : R5 t;2.2Zn.qJ, q, '4 1 : 55 - o,2 : n5 Dtmde (gtU..e.', S.toz.e.) 2:15 - 2:4f; 7:2.70,q, 7:f.2tltily. 11 i.,te B, zaz'm 8:45 - 1n:50 2o,ag.n ?.Gad 11:00 - 71:10 ?.o,a.O (t'JooM.z.t,.',a S.to/c) 11:15 - 71:45 Times Staff Photo Workroom Pictured above, is Mrs. Anna Francis Smith, Assis- tant Librarian of the Green River Regional Library, shown taking books out of the booklift, that brings the new books up from the downstairs section of the Ohio County Library. The room in which Mrs. Smith is standing, is a workroom where the new lm3ks are distributed to the five counties in the Green RAver ReIon.