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Chappaqua journal. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1980-current, November 20, 1980, Image 16

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CHAPPAQUA JOURNAL, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20,1980 17 The New Elman's . Chappaqua Stationery has a bright new look! A wider range of office & school supplies A greatly expanded display of the latest greeting cards A new line of lovely giftware and moderately priced boutique items A darling selection of stuffed animals . and dolls and children's plaques. AND 1 FOR THE HOLIDAYS An exciting assortment of new Christinas cards, boxed or single. A wide choice of holiday wrap arid a host of accessories. And cards, giftwrap and paper goods for a happy Chanukah! Come in and look us over. Buying or browsing, you are most welcome, j ELMAN'S CHAPPAQUA STATIONERY 238-4500 14 So. Greeley Ave. Mon-Sat9-6 Jean Jubilee Jprdache Denims Re * $38 < £^$26 Sergio Valente Denims $38 $26 Bonjour Denims $38 $28 Jordache Cords $38 $30 Jordache Velvets $54 $38 Sweater Spectacular Italian Mob Pronto Turtlenecks Pronto Cowls Velours $32 $14 $14 $20 $28 $10 $10 $15 PLUS MANY MORE GREAT SAVINGS ON BLOUSES-JACKETS-JEWELRY-ACCESSORIES i 670 NO. BROADWAY NO. WHITE PLAINS -in the- (HORSESHACK SHOPPING PLAZA) .946-6188 II 235 MARBLE AVE THORNWOOD HORSE SHACK MALL (opp. McDonalds) - 769-8693 III 20 GARTH RD SCARSDALE IV 1 PARK PL. BRONXVILLE BOTH CONVENIENT TO BRONX RIVER PKWY 472-309* 337-7479 North Castle Landscaping & Tree Service, Inc. 273-8454 Dave Lowrey Horticulturalist Quality Seasoned Firewood Cherry-Red Oak-White Oak-Ash-Maple Split and ready for FREE delivery Will cut lengths to order Special winter rates for tree work Pruning - Cabling - Removals Experienced, Fully Insured FREE ESTIMATES SNOW PLOWING We'll meet you in St. Louis. We'll meet you anywhere. Twenty-five percent of all auto accidents happen at inter­ sections. That's a fact. Because of slipshod driving. Like not stopping at Stop^l Signs. Running caution lights. Jumping the green. \Beating\ oncoming traffic. Not watching cross traffic, and pedestrians. Why not approach intersections this way: •Expect to have to stop quickly. Anticipate the worst. • Slow down. (Try it, it's relaxing!) • Watch the signs and signals. Never speed up to beat the yellow. Look both ways. (That's two. Count 'em.) And avoid jackrabbit starts. • Don't pass at intersections. The passee could be blocking your view. • Watch for cars making left turns. Signal before you're on top of the intersection. Don't pull too wide to make the turn. Now, we know you will follow this advice and all the rules of defensive driving. But . . . will everybody else? Think about it. . . And come in to see us, just in case. No obligation, of course^ ARMONK AGENCY INC. 428 Main Street, Armonk, N.Y. 27345T1 273-3030

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