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Biddeford City Edition Journal Tribune (Newspaper) - August 13, 1980, Biddeford, Maine Journal Tribune wednesday aug. 13, 1980�?3 the method shopper to envelope. This offer expires dec. 31, clip no file refunds week of aug. Iofi Sim ipod needed proofs of Purchase while looking for the required refund forms at health products file Ila clip out this file and keep it with similar Cash off coupons a beverage refund offers with beverage coupons for example. Start collecting to it the supermarket in newspapers and magazines and when trading with friends. Offers May not be available in All areas of the country. Allow to weeks to receive each refund. By baby thermometer offer. Receive a $1 refund or 20 by temp away sheaths. Send the required refund form the thermometer picture from the Side panel of one by baby thermometer package plus a store receipt. Select refund or sheaths. Expires sept. 30, 1980. Cep acol Cash refund offer. Receive a 50-cent refund. Send the re 2uired refund form the red shoulder Label from one 24-ounce bottle of Pacol plus a Register tape or receipt with the Cep acol Price circled. Expires j june 30, 1981. Con Espirin. Receive a $1 refund. Send the required refund form plus Box tops from any t a cold Medicine tablets dristan $1 refund offer. Send the req outer Carton from the 24-, 50-, or 100-Tablet size of dristan decongestant tablets plus a Register receipt with the dristan Price circled. Expires oct. 15, 1980. Flintstones Mug offer. Receive a Mug containing a picture of Fred Flintstone bamm bamm pebbles or Dino. Send the required refund form the package end Flap from Flintstones vitamins containing the picture of Fred Flintstone plus 35 cents postage and handling. Indicate which character you prefer. Expires March i 1981. Altril pull refund offer. Receive a refund equal to the full Purchase Price of Altril cough capsules. Send the required refund form the front panel from one Box of Altril cough capsules plus a Register receipt with the Altril Price circled. Expires nov. 30, 1981. Wart off rebate offer. Receive a 50-cent refund. Send the required refund form plus the words a wart treatment kit from the top portion of one wart off package. Expires dec. 31, 1980. Bonus this offer does t require a refund form Halls free bag offer . Box 9808, St. Paul Minn. 55199. Receive a free bag of cough tablets. Send two empty 30 or 60-count bags of Halls cough tablets. Expires decl31, 1980. Schick. Receive a refund equal to the Purchase Price of one to five arts of motor Oil. Send the required refund form Universal product code symbols from one to five packages of Schick Blades tracings of the Brand name from one to five quarts of motor Oil plus a recept with the Oil Price s circled. Receive one motor Oil refund for each Blade up up to five. Expires sept. 30, 1981. Bonus these offers done to require refund forms Mennen skin bracer refund offer . Box nb-015, Elpaso Texas 79977. Receive a 75-cent refund and a 25-cents-off Coupon. Send the Universal product code from one bottle of Mennen skin bracer after shave plus a Register receipt with the Price circled. Expires May 31,1981. Right guard refund . Box 1025, Maple Plain Minn. 55348. Receive a 50-cent refund. Send the certificate for one specially marked package of right guard stick deodorant. Expires dec. 31, 1980. Linwood lord taking off on a teaching adventure supermarket shelves can Tell you something by Martin Sloane when i recently visited a new warehouse Type food store something in its promotional flyer caught my attention a another reason for the difference in Price Between our store and conventional supermarkets is the philosophy of our buyers. Our buyers View themselves As purchasing agents for the consumer. They make their buying decisions As to brands and sizes with the objective of obtaining savings that we can pass along to our i asked the store manager a Why do you feel your food buyers represent the consumer while those of the supermarkets done to a you can see for yourself right Here in this store a he replied. A what of see on our shelves Are the dest bargains that our buyers can obtain e have a variety of labels and they often change from week to week. We look for a deals merchandise on which manufacturers Are offering substantial promotional discounts. A you wont see a manufacturers full line because we pick and choose the Best buys. But the average supermarket sees itself As representing the manufacturers whose products it carries and it tries to display All the products and All the sizes in each manufacturers a a what a wrong with that a i asked. A a it a not efficient a explained the store manager. A in the end it is the supermarket shopper who pays for each manufacturers slower moving items a the ones that collect dust on the shelves a and for the stores that Are 40 percent larger than they have to be in order to display them. A when a supermarket considers itself the agent for its dig manufacturers it May de reluctant to pick up a terrific buy on a product like canned carrots because it feels obligated to buy the carrots of the manufacturers it represents. So the shopper loses out on a a but there is nothing that forces them to buy the whole line a i said. A a that a right he agreed. A but just walk into any supermarket and see if the merchandise displayed on the shelves Isnit arranged by manufacturers rather than by product. The supermarkets done to care if this makes it harder for the shopper to compare Price and Quality. It just shows who the supermarkets really was he right do traditional supermarkets represent manufacturers at the expense of shoppers like you and me that same Day i visited one of the supermarkets where i usually shop. As i walked town the Frozen food aisle i noticed that All of the Birds Eye vegetables were lined up together As were the Van de Kampus seafood products and the Saras Lee desserts. I got the distinct feeling that i was looking at a Catalon of each manufacturers products. I began to wonder if the manager of the discount store was right. Then i walked into the canned foods aisle and saw that the merchandise was grouped differently. The various brands of com were arranged together As were the various brands of peas carrots and so on. By this time i was a Little confused. So i went looking for my Friend Al the store manager. A do you feel that you have to carry a manufacturers whole product line and display it All together a i asked him. A we tried to do that in the past a he said a but our buyers Are getting a lot More choosy. As you can see in the canned goods Section we have started to group the various brands of a product together. A shoppers seem to want them that Way and we have to please the shopper. I guess its a sign of the times. How Are products grouped at your supermarkets perhaps its time to Start suggesting to store managers that they take a tip from the discount stores and rearrange All of their shelves to facilitate super smart shopping. Refund of the Day write to the following address to receive the form required by this $1 refund offer on Light bulbs Westinghouse Coupon request ., Box 909, Young America Minn. 55399. Enclose an self addressed stamped by Rory Clarke staff writer Wells a Industrial arts teacher Linwood lord Isnit sure whether hell be showing students How to build Camel saddles or Coffee tables this fall. But hell find out when he arrives in saudi Arabia this month. Lord a teacher at Wells High school for the past 14 years has been granted a one year leave of absence in order to teach in an american run Junior High school in Ras Tanura a persian Gulf seaport. It was time for a change lord says. And with the Prospect of a salary two and a half times greater than the one he has now its a Challenge he finds he a looking Forward to. A they have a completely different Way of life Over there a he says. Ifs a Sandy Flat hot land that he his wife Denise and his 15 year old daughter will be taking an 18-hour-Long flight to a Sharp contrast to the Green and rolling Hills in his native Maine. Not too Many westerners Are familiar with the language customs and costume of lord readies for a change bulletin Board wednesday eagles auxiliary Saco a the ladies auxiliary of the eagles will meet August 13 at the Spring Street Eric at 7 30. An officers meeting is scheduled for 6 30. Wells athletic boosters Wells a the Wells athletic boosters will meet the second wednesday of every month at 7 30 ., at Wells High school. Bible study classes Biddeford a Bible study classes will be held on wednesdays at 7 At the Church of Christ 73 Prospect St., Biddeford. Ashepa Sacotte american hellenic education progressive association meets every second and fourth wednesday of the month at 22 pleasant St., Saco at 7 30 Sharp. Golden eagles Kennebunk the Aftin Golden eagles meet every first and third wednesday of the month at 7 At St. David Church route i Kennebunk. Sanford alcoholics Anonymous Sanford a the Sanford group alcoholic Anonymous will hold an open speakers meeting every wednesday at 8 At St. George episcopal Church at main and Emerson streets Sanford. If you need help Call 282-7301. Charismatic prayer meeting Sanford a charismatic prayer meeting is held every wednesday at 7 30 At the Parish Hall of holy family Church 41 cottage St., Sanford. Fayette Staples Post old Orchard Beach c. Fayette Staples Post american legion meet the first and third wednesday of each month at 7 30 At the Post Home school Street old Orchard Beach. Biddeford eagles Biddeford a Biddeford aerie fraternal order of eagles meet every wednesday at 8 At 57 Birch St., Biddeford. . Saco a Saco adult citizens organization . Meet every wednesday at the Parish Hall of Trinity Ediso Oal Church Cleveland Street Saco. Is rotary club Biddeford a Biddeford Saco rotary club meet every wednesday at 12 15 At the wonder bar restaurant Biddeford for a luncheon meeting. Fish chowder luncheon Kennebunkport a fish chowder luncheon is served every wednesday from 1-2 noon to i At the Community House. Senior citizens club goodwins Mills the town and country senior citizens meet every wednesday at i In the social Hall of the goodwins Mills methodist Church. All senior citizens of the mass Besic area will be welcomed. Biddeford food Coop Biddeford the Biddeford food cooperative meet every wednesday at the United Church of Christ congregational Crescent Street Biddeford. Surplus fresh fruits and vegetables Are available during food pickup time from 5 to 6 30 Membership is open to All. Mother club. Kennebunk the mothers club holds an All Day meeting every wednesday of the month at the lower Village Community House. Job Rebekah Lodge old Orchard Beach members of Job Rebekah Lodge meet the first and third wednesday of each month at 8 At Odd flows Hall old Salt Road. Saco Jaycee chapter Saco a members of the Saco Jaycee chapter meet the second and fourth wednesday of the month at 7 30 At the Casco Bank building Saco. Limerick selectmen Limerick a the Board of selectmen meet every wednesday at 8 At the town Hall open to the Public. Parsonsfield planners Parsonsfield a members of the planning Board meet the first wednesday of each month at 7 At the Seminary. The meeting is open to the Public. North Berwick planners North Berwick the North Berwick planning Board meet the second and fourth wednesday of the month at 7 At the Kennebunk savings Bank Wells Road. The meeting is open to the Public. Wells Grange Wells a members of the Wells Grange meet the second and fourth wednesday of each month at 8 At the Hall Sanford Road Wells. Thursday child health clinic Biddeford a the York county health services will hold a child health clinic thursday aug. 14, from 9-4, at the United Church of Christ Crescent Street. Children up to 18 years of age Are eligible for services and Are seen by appointment Only. Call 1-800-482-0971, Between 8 30-4, for information or an appointment. A inspiration Kennebunkport a a will be held at the wild Wood Chapel Shore Road Kennebunkport at 7 30 Every thursday night through August. Everyone is Welcome. Treasure seekers Wells a the Pine tree treasure seekers meet the last thursday of the month at 7 30 At the Home of chairman Joe Moody route 9-a. The weekly treasure Hunt is held sundays members meeting at 8 . At the treasure Island shop route i. For information Call 646-3437. Draft counselling Portland a draft counselling services Are offered by the peace program of Portland at 331 Cumberland ave. Monday and thursday from 7 to 9 For information Call 799-4850 evenings. React team Scarborough a the Southern Maine react corp. Team 3603 meets the third thursday of each month at 7 In the conference room at the Maine state police Barracks route i. Be Aco asters Ocean Park a the Ocean Park sea coasters for men and women who Are 50 years old plus will meet thursday at 10 30 . In Porter Hall Temple Avenue. Prayer meeting Biddeford a Nous Voulos Dieu charismatic prayer meeting group meets every thursday at 7 At the Home of Margaret Coulombe 26, Sullivan St. Alcoholics Anonymous Biddeford a alcoholics Anonymous group of Biddeford and Saco meets every thursday at 8 ., at the United Church of Christ 17 Crescent St., Biddeford. Beano Biddeford a Beano will be played every thursday evening at 7, at Levoyer 25 St., Biddeford. Am vets Biddeford a the Merton Ira am vets auxiliary will meet every second and fourth thursday of the month at the Post Home on Alfred steet Biddeford at 7 30 American legion Cape porpoise a the american legion Post 159 meets the first thursday of every month at 8 ., at the Hall on Crow Hill. Lions club Kennebunk a the Kennebunk and Kennebunkport Lions club will meet the first and third thursday month at the american legion Hall water Street Kennebunk. American legion auxiliary Biddeford a Tighe Beaudoin Farley auxiliary american legion meet the second and fourth thursday of each month 8 At the Post Home Elm Street Biddeford. Saco alcoholics Anonymous Saco a there will be an open discussion for the Saco group alcoholics Anonymous every thursday at 10 30 . At the Oasis club 103 main St., Saco. If you need help Call 282-7301. Biddeford Saco elks Saco a Biddeford Saco Lodge of elks meet the first and third thursday of every month at the Lodge Portland Road Saco. A Biddeford american legion Biddeford a Tighe Beaudoin Farley Post american legion meet the second and fourth thursday each month 8 At the Post Home Elm Street Biddeford. Arabians. Very few visas Are granted to visitors although about 10,000 americans live there now says lord. No alcoholic beverages Are permitted in the country governed by strict moslem Rule. A a in a sure going to miss that he says. And the school itself although run by the Houston based Oil firm of Aramco is run according to Arab Law. The months of August december and april Are Holiday periods no school is held on thursdays and fridays. Even within the school at least a third of the children will come from Pakistan great Britain or other foreign countries lord says. Shopping will be done at the nearby City of Dhahran where lord and his family will have to Deal with local merchants. For a Man whose travel was previously confined to camping trips in Southern states the journey will be a quite an Denise lord an elementary school teacher in Berwick is also seeking a position at the Aramco school. But she wont be permitted to take a Job until Linwood becomes a citizen of Arabia himself a process he expects to take six weeks. In saudi Arabia he explains a wife is not permitted to be the a primary income a practice with which he disagrees. Head like to see the Day he says when he can sit Home and let his wife earn the income. Because the school Only goes up to ninth Grade he says his 15-year-old son will be staying at their Kennebunk Home with relatives for the rest of the school year. His son will be visiting him in Arabia a couple of times Courtesy of Aramco. It was just a few weeks ago when lords wife brought him the news while he was working at a summer Job in a new Hampshire machine shop. He had seen the and for the position in a National Magazine. A Why not apply for it a he recalls asking for himself. Getting the position Over several other candidates was like a winning a lottery a you buy a ticket but you done to expect to told he had the Job lord quit his summer position. It has been a Rush Rush Rush Ever since in an Effort to prepare for the trip. Packing is keeping him Busy. So have the trips he a taken to Houston where he been briefed for his new environment. Lord says he does no to anticipate problems americans and saudis appear to it get along quite Well he says. But he still Hasni to ruled out the possibility of evacuation upon Short notice because the country is considered one of the worlds explosive a trouble if there a a War he reasons the . Wilt be involved in it no matter what. A eth it Only difference is that maybe ill go first and you la second a he says. The lords Are scheduled to return Fror saudi Arabia in August 1981. If he a Send up liking it a lord says those plans Coul it change. Old Orchard Beach Art association old Orchard Beach the old Orchard Beach Art association meets the first thursday of every month at 7 30 In its arts and crafts Center 5 Portland ave. Visitors Are Welcome. Saco eagles Saco a Saco aerie fraternal order of eagles will meet every thursday at 8 At the clubhouse 9 Spring St. Births new arrival Patrick Ryan Hazlett son and third child born to John and Susan Hazlett of 25 Preble St., Wells on july 7 at Portsmouth . Hospital. Maternal grandparents Are or. And mrs. Thomas Winston of Saco. At Webber Hospital Biddeford a to Forrest and Rhonda Rollins jr., goodwins Mills Road Waterboro a son Jason on july 29. To David and Karen Lecomte 86 first St., old Orchard Beach a son Matthew David on july 31. To Ronald and Diane Vose red i Days Mill Road Kennebunk a son Corey Alan on August i. To Robert and Lucille Dubois 14 Jellerson court Biddeford a son Ronnie Joseph on August 2. To Gary and Suzanne Ronan . Box 148, Kennebunkport a daughter Amanda Elizabeth on August i. To Philip and Irene Laflamme 171 Granite St., a daughter Lori Ann on August i. To Frederick and Brenda Linteau 188 Lincoln St., Saco a son Jason William on August 3. To Michael and Alice Goulet Birch Lane old Orchard Beach a son Jonathan Michael on August 3. To John a. And Nncy Bourgault 108 St., a daughter Wendy Lynn on August 4. To Robert and Susan Beland the Boom Road Saco a daughter Brenda Alice on August 5. To James and Evangeline marines 29 Wildwood dr., Saco a son Charles Evan on August 6. To Leo Paul and june Nolette red 2, Alfred a daughter Jessica Lea on August at Henrietta Goodall Hospital Sanford a to Michael and Sheryl Reynolds 3 Laurel ct., a daughter Hollie Anne on aug. I. To Michael and Elaine Martin 133a Brook St., a daughter Theresa Ann on aug. 2. To Matthew and Debra Poulin 9 Brunell ave., a daughter Miranda Jane on july 30. To David and Betty Marineau 51 Caterbury dr., North Berwick a son Jason Russell on july 31. To Wilbert and Patti Chadbourne Sam Allen Road a son James Isaac on july 31,

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