The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on April 4, 1977 · Page 8
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 8

Atchison, Kansas
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Monday, April 4, 1977
Page 8
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TAOK »—VAUOATWCK NEWS (CONN.). MONDAY, .TTJIW is, iw« THE NAUGATUCK NEWS AMAZING OFFER All The Best Sellers You Can Read y FOR ONLY $ \ \ MONTHLY /" Here's Thrilling News For Every Member Of The Family! Through The Cooperation Of THE POSTALENDING LIBRARY CLUB OF NEW YORK, This Newspaper Is Now Able To Offer You All The Latest Books And Best Sellers Delivered Direct To Your Door — Yesl All You Are Able To Read Under A Monthly Membership Plan For Only $1.25. Those Are The Marvelous Books That Are Featured As BEST SELLERS And Are Acclaimed By Eminent Critics, Book Reviewers, - 1 - And Newspaper Editors as "MUST READING BOOKS". ENROLL NOW!. — ~ NO BOOKS TO BUY! STOP WHEN YOU WISH! Now You Can Bocomo A Member O< THE POSTA- LENDING LIBRARY CLUB — Can Enjoy And Road Theso Wonderful Books Which Bring Fresh Understanding And Reading Pleasure: Books That Keep M!nd And Hoar) Alive. THINK OF IT! Tho Complete Volumes Dolivorod Dirocl To Your Door And Whsthsr Tho Books Colt $2.50 Or More, The Cost Of Your Membership li NO MORE Thon $1.25 Monthly. • . REMEMBER! Tho boota you receive arc the regular odiKoni, beautifully bound flnd jacketed: not o review or a condensed version of n book v/hich sometimes appoari in magazines; therefore, can never take ;tho placo of Ilio au'hor's complete story, any mcro than n ihorl-shorl in the movies can ever attempt to duplicate tho finished picture, This applies with mora equal force to the latest and popular boit sellers, bocauso it usually takes from 2 to 3 years to write a book: the author puts everything he is capable of in his stcry. Yes! even ihis precious life's blcod, then follows the plot, the scenes to suit; the vjriouj situations: ho clothes his characters in an atmosphere so vividly, that ycu forget it is a story, and you are actually living in it. As -the plot unfolds, you so lose yourself that it invariably pulls at your "hesrt strings" and at your very soul. Sometimes you weep, and other times your thoughts rebel at tho injustices. In fact, while being entertained, your emotions are stirred, and you really are' acting the part of judge and jury. Thus, new values are created as a challenge to your intellect. That is the reason.whon a book has been chosen as a best seller, it is hailed and acclaimed by expert book reviewers as a" MUST READING BOOK. Mead The Best Seiflers OK Fiction - Non-Fiction * Mystery and Adventure! Under THE POSTALENDING LIBRARY READING PLAN you will receive all these famous best sellers as ' quickly end <is fast as you are able to road them. No limit is placed on tho number of books you can receive monthly — because a: socn as you finish one, — and what's more under THE POSTA1END-' ING PLAN you always have a best seller to read while another is on tho way, THE UNIQUENESS OF THE PLAN IS that you can now enjoy, reading these popular best selling books without having to purchase thorn; THEREBY SAVING YOU HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS, because after having road n book there is no occasion for rereading it, any more than you would want to sit through a movie again after having seen it. The Postalending Library Is The Very Essence - of Simplicity! In faci H is so s'mplo tho) educators, librarians, and book rovlowors oro amozod that sucli a practical, cultural, and interesting reading plan had not been thought of boforo. I. HERE'S ALL YOU DO—bring or jond tho coupon to the newspaper office with only $1.25 which auto- maticjlly enrolls your monthly membership and entitles you to receive tho best sellers. 2. Your newspaper will send us your enrollment and WB will immediately send you THE LATEST MASTER LIST of over 300 popular and current bost sollorj, of which about ISO aro FICTION, 50 NON-FICTION, and a selection of over 100 or more on MYSTERY and ADVENTURE. 3. Each month you will receive a NEW MASTER LIST from which you will joloct I 5 to 20 of your first choices, thereby enabling us to immediately send you the'first 2 booki of your, selections. 4. Theso 2 books will come to you in separate cartoni delivered by mail direct to your door postage paid. 5. When you have finished one, return it in its original carton using our lolf-addressed label and paste over th» one addressed to you, with the same amount of postago indicated. When ws receive this book, we will promptly mail you another; so under this rotating plan, you will always have « book to read while another is in the mail for you. 6. When you have finished reading the second, you again repeat the same process—using the same self- addressed label in the second book with the jame amount of postage on the carton. 7. Remember, there is no limit to the number of books you may read—as fast as you read one—you return it —and another is on the way for you. It Is Easy To Become a Member of the Postalending Library Club The ligning and mailing tho coupon to youi newipaper verifies your enrollment at this »p«ci«l price of only $1.25 monthly, AND REMEMBER YOU ARE UNDER NO OBLIGATION TO BUY ANY BOOKS — on tho contrary you can discontinue your membership at any timo simply by notifying us one week in advance. Bring or Mail This Coupon With Your Remittance NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS Ifi» CHURCH ST., NAUGATUCK, CONN. Gentlemen: • ".'•'• Please enroll me is a member of THE POSTALENDING LIBRARY CI.UB, Inc., ac the special rate of only S1.2J a month,, with-.the following membership privileges. . 1. That_THE POSTALENblNG LIBRARY OF NEW YORK CITY will immediately send me their latest monthly .MASTER LIST consisting of nearly 300 of the most popular books and^best sellers to enable me to select from 1J to 20 of my'first choices.'" 2. That you will immediately start my membership by sending through the mails, the first 2 books of my selections. J. Regardless of the retail priccs'of such books, whether $2.JO or more, it is agreed that the membership will be only' S1.2J monthly. 4. It is further a s rccd that I may-discontinue my membership at any time by simply notifyinp, THE POSTALENDING. LIBRARY CLUB, Inc., one week in advance, and my obligations and membership stops. Name (Mr. Mrs.'Miss) ; ' ,' . ''.'. Addrcss '• ' 'Date.. City. State., rs ...By William Sharp IH IND/ANA, 20O-Lb. . THEN SHE MLLED'THEM / IN LOS - . MIUMPOKEW AIR. WATSON t INNEU/ENSMND- - f ' JW£ 7QW&V M9S M0SDE4TH Vacations End, Plants Resume Normal Schedules Production w<is resumed today at the LI, S. Rubber Co., and Peter Paul, Inc., returning' to normalcy nil industrial plants in'the borough after one and two weolt vacation periods. Thousands of rubber workers vn- pqrted on regular shifts this morning after -two wook shutdown of .the concern. Several hundred were at ou't-ol'-town resorts, although many remained in thn borough due to uncertainty in obtaining accommodations in vacation sections. Travel wa.s hoiivy through the borough yesterday as vacationers returned to their homes, Bus and train officials reported capacity j load:; on all runs. Gives Crash Views Two Glendale Manor Houses Soid T\vo houses uncl lots in Giemlak' Manor housinft project have beer, .-•old by the W, J. Megin, Inc., to Leonuril H. Jamas, and Prank J and Francis ./. Hi'och, Jr., re.spec lively, according to warranty deed Sled with Town C'lorlt Raymond J St. John. • • A pai-ctl of land on the Naujra tuck-Ne\v Huvcii been sbk to thu Na.uK-.-it tick Water Co. by Robert C. Fov/lcr, another w runty deed show;;. Held In High Bail I1TABLI JHED 1 ggj WHEN A MAN ACQUIRES THE ROGERS-PEET CLOTHES HABIT HE'S SOLVED HIS CLOTHES PROBLEM FOR THE REST OF HIS CAREER. They're the ultimate in clothes— in fabrics as the firm foundation in masterful craftsmanship as the finishing touch to hand picked, hand done, handsome clothes that live up to their good looks— Rogers-Peet hand made clothes for men are as individual as your fingerprints and wonderful clothes to be seen in wherever you're parked $60 to .$85. To Save a definite portion of \^m Income ;ii)d • stick 1.o it! Mem-, and more people ;m> loaniiiiy iho. value of planning for financial security. Hnild ;( ivscnv fund— ]irolod. your i'ninJy with low-c-osl Savings Hank Lift| Insurance, n comljinalioi) thai \vill Jidji yon face (ho future v.'ith confiucnco. Yfe'-\vi)l ]ie!p VOD \\-<>rk oui a 7>);m. I'resident of the Air Lines Pilots Association (AKL), IXivid L. ISehnclio, Chicago, III., suites that many Constellation pilots have com;>!:iln<>(I "of :i definite fire ha/.ard in the induction system of Ui<> pmyer plant.-.." Hi> made the stuteiiK-nt after tlie government ordered all Constellations L'.'Ound- ed until further notice. (International) Great Oak Farm OX1--OKD KOAD Tel. 50-19 PERFECTLY PASTEUKIZBI) MILK and CREAM Delivery 'A, All r»rr« tif .Vi<n.-llliirk $GUS SMOKE SHOP * -KI3 North Main St. Union City J Gils Klim:i,s/.<'wski, 1'rop. , J \Vc Jiavc your fuv<ir/(<? m>ws- J paper, (i);i>>-ji7ii)(> or other periodical. } IVATCH FOK Of It NKWLY } KENOVATED STOKK'S » GRAND OPENING! II CORNER CANTEEN 3!I2 No- Main Strwt ••Diini" T.'ikrlfd, 1'rnn. DAMACKD BY FHUO S)co\vJit'yun. Maine, Juy 1C—(UP) 7~)-thou.s,iml dolliir :hx' has cauxud .serious dania^L 1 10 ilie Koti-i: Dame Do J^oiirdes ehui-ch in Skowhogan. The Jlro started bc- ncat-h the sacristy in ilic Catholic uhnrch and spread rapidly throiiRlj Hie building—dost rowing the i-c- lipious vestments. 1)KA1> AT «JS Boston, July 1!5 (Ur')--Thc chief of the Host on prolective depar-t- ne;it is dead unexpectedly of heart liseaso at his Jamaica Plain homo. William F. Bowers was G3 years old. 'Ic leaves his wife and four'children. EDDIE'S Corner Spring « Diamond Sts. GHOCEHIKS - VKGETABI.KS FRUITS - ICK CRK.VM SODA FOUNTAIN SRUVICE Fn.-i; Delivery Tel. 4UI9 Kdtvard Vi;isI;;iuck:ls, I'rop. j Hig-hland Package Store { 03 JliRhNind Av<\ — Ti^l. '.KffifS Anthony Fnrrar, I'l-o] J-'REE DEJJVKRY All Parts of NaiiRatuc through the hars at County Jail, CliicHgo, is William MeireiiN, 17, after he had hei.'n (n- (llcted by the grand jury on 2!) clmrjjcs—24 burglaries, 4 assaults with intent to kill, und one as- Knult with intent to kill and roh. He was held in $200,000 hail. According to State's Attorney W. Tuony, lleirens' fingerprints correspond to prints found' in the apartment of slain Frances Brown, un ev-Wave. (International) MENACED 13Y FIRE West Lebanon, Maine, July 15 UP)~-Pif.toen cottages on the sal- non Fa!sl river have been men- : cod |.iy a woods /ire that swept . 00 acres. Firemen from four de- i nrtments had to !l;;1a the names I for several hours before controlintf ' them. The /ire stiirted fi-om .sum-its I Itmdlinjr after a saw mjjj burned I ,-jwn. i Try 'NEON'S Want Adu They BrJnc K«iKti)t«. A visual 'image fades from tho rt.tirm of the human eye in about ono-fortfeth of a second. Man Had Brick In His Stomach For 10 Years Onu man recently sUtocl that for 10 yours he fell Hlte he had a brick in hia stomach. This feelinpc was due to the lump of undigested food he always had inside of him. He was -weak, woi-n out, headachy, swollen with pj3 and terribly constipated. Recently he started taking,ERB-HELP and says tlio feeling' like a brick in his stomach disappeared the second day. Bowels are regular now, pas and headaches are gone and he feels like u new man, ERB-HELP contains 12 Great •Herbs; Ihey cleanse bowels, clear gas from, stomach, act on slufrsish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't so on suffering! Got ERB- HELP. Sold by all drug stores here in Naugatuck. Too Late To Classify W'ANTBD'— MAN TO WORK I\ OFFICE EIGHTS. APPLY INDEPENDENT CAB CO., 103 SO MAIN ST. DIAL .1285. SAVE 10% CASH & CARRY If You Bring- Your Own Laundry CALL WAT. 4-4106 A MERICA •-- - '.- 3 sMpyus FUU OF COAM C&Y/ DANCE Every Saturday Night 9 P. M. TO I A. M. ' at DUFFY'S RESTAURANT - WATER STRKKT Music By The Famous G. I. TWILIGHT TKIO WIT;H THE HONEYWELL DAMrjR CONTSl ACTUAL TESTS prove'you con save up to 30% of your coal bill with a Honeywell Electric Janitor damper control. Think what this saving means during just one heating season. In addition, this control gives you 24-hour comfort during cold weather. Arrange now lor installation by calling us. The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 CHURCH ST. PHONE 5236 v e i: \ 1< c ii s! li

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