Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Oct 21 1965, Page 11

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - October 21, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Madkour scentral Market 517 main St. Open every evening fill 8 thurs. 8. Fri. 9 Sun. 9 fill i Armour Star canned hams 43.39 Borden a ice Cream us,1499 swifts Sweet rasher Bacon Swift s brisket of of corned beef. O v local fresh a eggs . I Swift a one Franks i i la. Pkg. 63 fresh Frozen Cornish game ducksb39hensib49 Tokay seedless Indian River i grapefruits 6491 grapes 2, 29 . . Choice beef Chuck roast tender flavorful pot roast 49 .d.a. Choice beef All the Best Center cuts at this Low Price la. . . Boneless beef roasts All lean tender meat 591 88 .d.a. Choice beef Boneless London seer Broil steaks 99 Juda Choice Donel Ess Salem s super All beef swifts Brookfield it Cut allot the beef Hamburg butter g9�?~ 59 69 69 colonial c0l0n,Al Salem s homemade Bologn alb j7 cold cuts sausage in /9 _ a Irwi. 99, Grein homemade italian links la Hill Brothers extra sof1 i Prince Coffee toilet i or my a a 3 i w wll in to 2t bring in your 30c coupons tissue Spaghetti to 68 in Sale Job. Lome j us Ocean Spray Cranberry sauce ss5 Hanover pork and Beans enriched Eva. Milk % 8 tall cans Prince h of. Free in every Jar Tai i cans Spaghetti sauce 3 Del Monte sardines Quot est 3 juice 3 in. Jars in. Tins Del Monte pineapple Grapefruit in. No. 5 cans Schweitzer memorial planned sunday at 10 30 . At the Bennington free Library there will be a memorial service for or. Albert Schweitzer who died last month. The service will be conducted by or. Robert Raible retired unitarian minister and will be delivered to the Bennington unitarian Fellowship and others interested in or. Schweitzer a remarkable life. Albert Schweitzer was both a lutheran and a unitarian but no denomination can claim him exclusively As he was a world citizen who was sympathetic with All religions that stand for human dignity. Or. Raible unitarian minister for 23 years in Dallas Texas is now living in Marlboro and has made himself available to come to the unitarian Fellowship Here from time to time. During the time he was Active in Dallas his Church grew from 123 to Over 1000 members As the City of Dallas grew. He is a graduate of the Starr King school for the ministry and a past president of the unitarian ministers association of the . And Canada. Flash floods Cairo up a Flash flood from heavy Rains have made More than 3,200 persons homeless Between the Suez canal town of Suez and Esmallia to the South. Three persons also were killed officials said. Navigation on the canal itself was not affected. Second Section Page eleven Bennington Bennington Vermont Anner thursday october 21, 1965 a Pacific stars and stripes Quot keeps in Viet Nam w Ell informed Saigon Viet Nam up a the american . In South Viet Nam is about As Well informed of what a going on in the world As of he lived on a farm or in a Small town in the United states. The . Gets his Dally newspaper can buy a Magazine at the military equivalent of a general store or tune in an hourly news broadcast on his transistor radio. The soldiers Dally newspaper is Pacific stars and stripes which distributes 34,000 free copies per Day in South Viet Nam and Aims for a circulation of 40,000 by the end of the year. Quot stripes is far More than a military House Organ. It prints a lot of International news. It subscribes to american news agencies and publishes their dispatches. Opinion Back Home is also filtered through to the .�?Ts through stars and stripes and through magazines on Sale at the Post exchanges. Stars and stripes subscribes to syndicated political columns and cartoon services in the United states and publishes both conservative and Liberal opinions Side by Side. The availability of magazines and newspapers is limited More by transportation problems than anything else. Stars and stripes is flown into the american bases at Saigon Danang and Nha Trang every Day from a printing Plant in Tokyo. The newspapers move toward frontline units in planes helicopters or mail bags at a Speed dictated by the aircraft and trucks available. A wide Range of magazines is available at Post exchanges which Spring up As soon As a unit has set up a new base. Pm officials say Playboy Newsweek time Cavalier the saturday evening Post and adventure magazines called True and real Are the fastest Selling. The pm system places its biggest monthly order for Playboy at the rate of 25,000 copies per month but add that a a anything we get we / the same magazines Are also available in civilian bookshops in the major towns sometimes for less than they would Cost in the United states. Time and Newsweek Are hawked on the streets of Saigon for instance at 17 cents per copy. Viet Nam also has two English language newspapers aimed primarily at american soldiers. The Saigon Post and Saigon daily news publish the same news Agency stories syndicated columns and feature services As Are available to . Newspapers. The two Saigon newspapers sometimes turn up with Blank space in the Middle of their columns where vietnamese censors have been at work. Each has a circulation of a few thousand. Stars and stripes is immune to vietnamese censorship As Are the magazines sold through the pm. The american military command also operates a radio network in Viet Nam with transmitters reaching to . Navy vessels off the coast. The transmitters of the armed forces radio service follow the familiar stateside format at disk jockey shows separated by five minute news broadcasts every hour. The station subscribes to the major american news agencies for the contents of these newscasts. The object of the five minute shows is just to touch the highlights of the news however and the written word is still the main source of information for interested .�?Ts. Fresh Green Beans la. 25c fresh Brussell sprouts pkg. 39c Broccoli i Bun. 39c Snow White mushrooms washed salad bowl spinach i fresh cakes la. 59c dog. 29c 2 for9c local cider ,.i. 89< i Mac apples by. $1.00 la i f fresh hot j for e so hot bar b que t donuts pies Chicken 2 2 in a verage do,59<jec59< $1.29 j fresh hot Beans j potato salad Cole Slaw j7 Ita Lian i bread syrian bread jewish bread j amp Rolls ice cold Beer Champagne by the Case or bottle its Here i Coffee so Good you can even reheat it How Good can a Coffee be Hills Bros. Coffee is so Good you can even reheat it its great Coffee freshly brewed. And so perfectly blended you can reheat it with Confidence without fear of bitterness. What better proof of a Superb Coffee right now because Hills Bros. Coffees Brand new around Here &1965, h b c., inc. You get special savings. Save 4<t on one Pound 10< on two pounds. And save 15<t on Hills Bros attractive three Pound Kitchen Kanister. In addition you la receive two coupons in the mail each Worth 30<t. I Ici towards Hills Bros Coffee. Usu Tot Tab Mallof

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