The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on April 18, 1977 · Page 8
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 8

Atchison, Kansas
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Monday, April 18, 1977
Page 8
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FAG.V »—NAUGATUCK NKWS (CONN.), MOXDAY, JULY 28, IMfl THE NAUGATUCK NEWS AMAZING OFFER All The Best Sellers You Kead 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 Seller* Delivered Direct To Your Door — Yesl All You Aro Able To Read Under A Monthly Membership Plan For Only $1.25. These Are The Marvelous Books That Are Featured As BEST SELLERS And Are Acclaimed By Eminent Critics, Book Reviewen, And Newspaper Editors as "MUST READING BOOKS". ENROLL NOW! - - NO BOOKS TO BUY! STOP WHEN YOU WISH! 3 years to write a book: the author puts everything he ii capable of in his story. Yos! oven hit precious .life's blood, -then follows the plot, the scenes to suit tho various situations: he clothes his characters atrn'oi.- ' phere so vividly, that you is a story, arid^yoa aro actually living in it. . • ' .. - .. As the plot unfolds, you so lose yoursolf that it invariably pulls at your "heart strings" and a+ your very' soul. Sometimes you weep, and other times your thoughts robol at the injustices. In fact, while being entertained, your emotions are stirred, and you roally are acting the part of judge and jury. Thus, new values are created as a challenge to your intellect. That is the reason when, a book has been chosen .as a host, seller,/it is hailed and acclaimed by expert book reviewers as a MUST READ- INS BOOK. . ''•':• Now You Cdrt Bocomo A Member CH THE POSTA- LENDING LIBRARY CLUB — Can Enjoy And Read Theio Wonderful Book-! Which Bring Frosh Understanding And Reading Pleasure: Books That Kcop Mind And H»ari Alive. THINK OF ITl The Complete Volumes' Dolivorod Direct To Your Door And Whether Tho Books Coit'$2.50 Or More, Tho Cost Of Your Momberihip Ii NO MORE-Than $1.25 Monthly. . REMEMBERI Tho books you receive are the regular edition*, beautifully bound and jacketed: not 4 review or a condensed version of a book which sometimes *ppoari in magajinos; therefore, can never take the p)ac« o-f the author's complete story, any more than a ihort.tnor} in the movies can ovor attempt to duplicate' th» finiihod picture. Thl» applioj with moro equal force to the latest and popular belt jollors, because it usually takes from 2 to Read The Best Sellers on Fiction - Non-Fiction * Mystery and Adventure! Under THE POSTALENDING LIBRARY READING PLAN you will receive all these famous best sellers as .. 'quickly and ns fast as you aro ublo to road them. No limit is placed on the number of books'you can ' receive monthly — because as soon as you finish one, return it — and what's more under THE POSTALEND- ING PLAN you always havo o best seller to road while another is on the way. THE UNIQUENESS OF THE PLAN IS that you can now enjoy reading these popular best selling books without having to purchase them; THEREBY SAVING YOU HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS, because after havfng ' road a book thoro is no occasion for rereading it, any more than you would want to sit through a mpvio again affor having soon it. The Postalending Library Is The Very Essence of Simplicity! A. Those 2 books will come to you in separata cartons delivered by mail direct to your door postage paid. 5. When you have finished one, return it in its original carton using our solf-addrossod label and paste over tha ona addrastad to you,-with the same amount of postage indicated. When we receive this book, we will promptly mail you another; so under this rotating plan, you will always have'* book to read while another it in tho mail for you, . . 6. When you have finished reading the second,- you again repeat the sama process—using the same self- addressed label in the second book with the same 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. '[.- In ^ac< !< f« jo simple thai educators, librarians, and boolt roviowort aro amazed that such a practical, cul-' tural, and inforosting reading plan had not boon thought of before. I. HERE'S ALL YOU DO— bring or send the coupon to tho nowipapor office with only $1.25 which automatically enrolls your monthly momborihip and entitles you to recoivo tho best 2. Your nowipapor will iond us your enrollment and >• will Immediately land you THE LATEST MASTER LIST of over 300 popular and current best tellers, of which about 150 are FICTION, 50 NON-FICTION, •nd a loloctlon of ovor 100 or moro on MYSTERY and ADVENTURE. 3. . Each month you will receive a NEW MASTER LIST from which you will icloct 15 to 20 of your first choices, th«r«by enabling u» to immediately send you the firit 2 book* of your joloctioni. It Is Easy To Become a ,,' " Member of the Postalending Library Club The ligning and mailing tho coupon -to you: niwjpapor verifiei your enrollment at this ipecial price of only $1.25 monthly, AND REMEMBER YOU ARE UNDER NO OBLIGATION TO BUY ANY BOOKS — on the contrary you can discontinue your membership at any time simply by notifying us one week in advance. Bring or Mail This Coupon With Your Remittance NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS , 169 CHURCH ST., NAUGATUCK, CONN. Gentlemen: Please enroll me as 3 member of THE POSTALENDING LIBRARY CI.UB.'Inc,, at :hc special rate of only $1.2J a month,' with the folfofrini; membership privileges. ' ' , -'. 1. Tint THE POSTALENDING LIBRARY OF NEW YORK CITY will immediately send me their latest monthly • MASTER LIST'consisting of nearly 300 of the most pop'ulnr bodki -an"d best »cl!ers to enable me to select from 15 to 20 of my first choices?' 2, T'lat you will immediately scare my membership by sending ihrouj;h the mails, the first 2 books of my selections. '• ;••; J. Regardless of the retail prices of such books, whether $2JO.or .more, it is afirccd that the membership will be only $1.2J monthly. 4. It is further agreed that I may discontinue my .membership at any time by simply notifying THE POSTALENDING LIBRARY CLUB, .Inc., one week in advance, and my obligationi and membership stops, , Name (Mr. Mrs. Miss) .' .....'.,,.,',.'•.„..,' Date.-. City.. Zone.! ;.... State.. . . t dfUJeat ; High, Dealer ; Declines Shipment The pi'Uii of meats continued.high and..on.theiupward spiral in Naugatuck today, >and, despite predictions of,, plentiful Vupply, • many markets were reporting empty coolers. One butohcrt refused a shipment of' meat yesterday, ordering' the trucker to take ifcback to the wholesaler when he noted the high cost. He spent the entire day telephoning hla customers, explaining that he wouldn't have any meat and Riving the reason, . . v . "I'll deal with that butcher for life," said one woman'^ "His action will go a long way toward bringing: the .other dealers to th^lr senses." Supplies of butter and some other previously scarce commodities were all but flooding the market at higher prices. There were indications, however, that shoppers were becoming more and morii reluctant to part with extra money for once-Jiijjhly-clesired rarities. "The novelty has worn off now," said a shopper. "We've had a taste of steak and some butter. We've done without them before and at present day costs we'll probably do without them at least \tor the time being," - — \ More -than 881 million acres of land in the U. S. are -not suitable for agriculture, according to the" national resources board. Sailor Held In > Probe Of Young '• Woman's Death Worcester Mass., July 22—(UP) —A woman about 20 years old has leaped or fallen to her death from an eighth floor' 1 window of th( Hotel Sheraton In Worcester^ Po lice are holding a sailor for questioning. The body of Miss Eleanor Basin sky wos found by a taxlcab drivel on *tJie Portland street aide of the hotel. She apparently had sustained a broken neuk in hc-r ful to the sidewalk. Shu wns identified j through cleaning 1 marks on cloth ' ing. Meanwhile, police are holding Clarence Richardson of Silver City Noj-th Carolina fCf^QueslloninK. He all'JKredly was in the room from which Miss Basinsky had leaped or fallen. $50,000 Fire In Farmington Farming-ton, J\ily 22—(UP)—Fire has destroyed a large barn and more than ur.ft hundred lens of hay. Damage is estimated at nearly $50,000—which is sa'id to be only partly covered by insurance. The property—which included a quantity of farming equipment—was owned by William S. and Adrian R. Wndsworth. On The Air Today IVOR—Eri.iy AO.I . . Olh'oj- SniihmH—-N'VWM , •«:!» n. m. WBKi'—Bnm'biiil- SCOI-M .«:!.'> ii. m. IV.BRY—Nylon Tlniu; Orcli. WABC:—In My Opinion ' \VTfC—Pr'uf. Srhi-niifr • • WOB—On. .The Onlury WATI1—Klmrla: Sf.-rcn:idi! WBAF—M<.,vn:ulc.' WJK—ranu-1 Him AIUTI ;• (1:31) p. in. WfcRY— :K. Christy ICrk \VAHi:—l.:iri-y f.'urr Wjy,—AI1.-H ITi-KCOll U"J'K-—Strir-ily sport*' \VATK—New*: Iillurluilii WOK—Vim IX'VCTit,':- H:-ir, n. m. WUHY-WAOC—Nvw» Till Now V,-EAl.'_\y.:riC—l.ow.-ll TluimiiH WOH~sian- <;;o'in».i • 1VJS5—Grwii'scou • "• ' ' WA'rn—I'jeauun.- unit rro-rir • • : ••• . -. 7.-00 n, .'in. WULtY—Mu.-k: Hiii; Viirli-lkli WATK—-Albm' Vnrnur WAUC;—.Wnllin 1 for Clavion WEAI'-SVTIC—Suiip...r Club wjx—(1,-uuiiiii. Riiinun WOK-WATft—Kult™ L(.-wln Jr 7:ir, n: in. 1VBIXY —[J.iUK-luM Brim. 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WATR-WJZ— Hurry Wlsinor II).-DO l>, MI. \VHHY.\VAHC—Sor,'..n- Ouild WKA P-M'T.'C—Coni.-nimi j-a-m. 1V.JK—Qu, :f.\,, n .'or Aim-rliM WUK —Hnxlnif Ijnuta U'ATK—KJu:i,-<l M«hvr JO:!. 1 ! ji. m, WATIl-WJii—Kiiniiiny. Ovcli 10:30 ii. m. WHIIY-WAIJC—TonlKht on Hrnn il u- : , v WHAI-'-WTIC—Or 1. Q. \VAT74-\VJX-_HTOwn naif Ounrti't WOH—Oi'iirKo Wrry Orch.'. \VATR.WJX—Rnlyh Niirninn'H Orel) 11:00 n. in. A1.1. Siiulann—Xown ' 11:10 n. m. WHUY—John I'laly. Laciil '.NViVH : 11:15 II. m. W.13nV-WA13C—You nji.l -I'l,,, A(om WATH.WJX—Sl«rni.v Orch W&R-WKAF-WriC—Xw,, II.-3D n. in. \VH11Y-WAI1C— UH.V11 I'-.m-l >V.OK — «v,-il linr; Xa!).',.. y,,.,,, '' !i /W.IX CnelnH: OrChCHtl-H A LIGHT WEIGHT NYLON AND RAYON ROBE THAT'S AN AID TO GRACEFUL LOUNGING FOR ANY MAN—$20. It rolls up or folds softly and takes up practically no room in overnight or week-end case for vacation or other travel — its weight, richness of colorings and the brilliant fusion of nylon and rayon make these beautiful robes as interesting: to the women of the house who in many cases prefer the quality and tailoring- of our men's robes. WM. ROGERS SILVERWARE MKMOBY PATTERN 48 PC. Set m-j Q Qf- Service for 8 <D J.«7.I/O No Tax Hurry — Supply Limited CREDIT JEWELERS _ 1*2 South Main St. — 4-2204 CARSTAIRS ': . and P. M. WHISKIES $3.45 J. K. STORES CUT KATK, LIQUORS WINES, BEERS S9fl N. Main St. Tel, 4979 Free Delivery Anyw.Vero In Borough To Save a definite portion of your Income, and stick to it! More and'more people are learning the valno of planning for 'financial socv.rity. Build a reserve fund- protect ycnir fm,nly \vJi]j low-cost Savings"Bank Life Insurance, a combination that will help yon face the future with confluence. -TV"e will help you work out a plan. NAUGATUCK NOW! You Can Get An EMERSON 3 WAY PbRTABLE CTiiy on AC-DC-or Battery. Playo Any\vh«re - No Outnltlti Connection)!. 7 Tubes. SAVINGS BANK 1870 <CVENTY FIFTH ANNIVERSARY I94C AUOE4WIK FULLY COARANtCED - Great Oak Farm i * GUS SMOKE SHOP viiccii v/dit i arm . » 402 North M:lin su UllfonClty ^.ur Diamonds ara eartfiaj for color, \ uioighi. quality... If your guarantee of Luna WILLIAM SCHPERO 180 CHURCH ST. , Conn. *13 No. Main St Union City; • TeL'0401 Chrysler and Plymouth G. M. C. Trucks J. C. Raytkwich, JR. ACCESSORIES Repairing 1 106 SOOTH MAEV ST. Telephone 4088 OXFORD KOAD Tel. 5049 PERFECTLY PASTEUKlZKn >ULK and CRKAM Delivery To All I'ttrtH ot rv'uiiciltiirk Gus Kllinaszowskl, . { \Ve have your favorite ncws- J paper, magazine or other } periodical. j * JVATCJI FOR OUR NEWLY RENOVATED STORK'S GRAND OPENING! CORNER CANTEEN S1I2 No- Alain Strw.t "I>om" Tcllrrloo. rr<ip- EDDIE'S Corner Spring & Diamond St». GROCERIES - VEGETABLES • FRUITS - ICE CREAM SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE Free Delivery Tel. 4919 Edward Viiiskauckas, Prop. ON YOUR RADIO TONIGHT AT 9:00 7* "TELEPHONE HOUR," WTIC-WEAF Sfi*«*x«^ LILY PONS SOPItANO PRO G;R A M ,KIs« Me Agraln from "Mile. Modiste" ..;..'. .'.. .Herbert Molly on the Shore ,., .GratnRer .Te-veux vlvre from "Komeo and Juliet" Gounod •Bacclwnale from "Samson and Delilah" . .Salnfr-Saens Waltz Fantiuiy from "Die . . FJetlermaus' Straviss-LaForfjc Highland Package Store J S3 Highland Avo, — Tel, 3n8S ! Anthony Farrar, Prop. » TREE DELIVERY { All Parts of Naucutiiclc 5 Try NEWS Want Adu,— They Brine Ro»«lt*. COAL COSTS ! WITH THE HONEYWELL electric D AM r ffi CONTROL By ipttallln? th* Hontywoll Eloclric Janitor Hampor control you can »ar» . up (o 30% on your coal bill. Think what *hii aavin? mo am during juit on* boating ««aion. Wo tiav« Electric Janltot* in »lock now. Call un today, b*tor» tb« supply is 90 a*, for iull information. The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 CHUECH ST. PHONE. 5236_

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