5. In the last issue, I announced our new policy regarding the discount allowed to subscription agencies (to lower it from 12% to 3%), and our final decision not to bypass the agencies altogether, because they offer essential services to overseas readers. However, we now charge five dollars to replace each issue that we know was mailed out, correctly addressed, with all the other copies.
6. As part of the preparation for our periodicals mailing permit
(which, by the way, was used for the last issue and will be used for
this one, on a provisional basis), we have begun to use Texas
Mailhouse. The mail sorting required by the Post Office is too
complex for us to master, but they can do it easily. We have to pay
for the service, of course, but we will have more time in the office
to edit and publish.
The payoff may have begun. Judging by the amount of money in the savings account last year this time and the amount that is there today, we have stopped losing money. (But we would still be several months behind if it had not been for the contributions from readers.)
So far during the year 2001, we have received $9,475.78 in donations, including those contributions made by Abbey Publications trustees.
Don Dunham, Library Binding Institute
Library Binding Service
Terry O. Norris
Preservation Technologies, L.P.
Bark Frameworks, Inc.
Joan T. Batchelor
David Diggs La Touche
Ralph & Christa Ocker
Ocker & Trapp Bindery
Nancy Carlson Schrock
R. Tom Baldwin
Betsy Palmer Eldridge
David B. Gracy, II
Carolyn Jane Gammon
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