Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 14, 1976 · Page 8
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 8

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 14, 1976
Page 8
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r SAVE 10 to 20° On Your Grocery Bill Each Week Buy Groceries at Warehouse Prices atBrenny's Warehouse Market I HERE'S HOW TO SHOP & SAVE AT BRENNY'S WAREHOUSE MARKET YOU'LL SAVE 0% to 20% IT'S A SIMPLE, FAST WAY TO SAVE ON YOUR FOOD BILL 1. Pick up a warehouse price pencil and shopping cart as you enter the store. 2. All mass display grocery items have a single unit wholesale price posted on the front of every case. You simply write that price on every can or package you buy and put the package in your shopping cart. It's easy. 3. All items on the shelves also have a single unit wholesale price tag on the shelf indicating the price of each item. All you have to do is write the price on top of the item, put in your basket and continue shopping. You really SAVE! v YOU PRICE MARK YOUR GROCERIES v YOU SAVE YOUR MONEY Thank you everyone for the fine turnout during our BIRTHDAY SALE WE WILL BE CLOSED GOOD FRIDAY 12 Noon to 3 P.M. Attend the church of your choice HAPPY EASTER EVERYONE WINNERS OF THE ELECTRIC KNIVES Bob Vicarius, Carroll Susan Hackfort, Carroll Bill Heller, Carroll Last week's winners of Ice Cream Don Wessling, Breda Dick Oswald, Coon Rapids Marilyn Dreessen, Carroll Floyd Leiting, Arcadia John Kramer, Scranton FARMLAND CANNED MAPLE RIVER BACON Lb. 99 Downy Fabric Softener 96-Oz. FOLGERS COFFEE 2-Lbs. BANQUET PEARS No. 2'/a Can DEL MONTE SLICED or CRUSHED A A PINEAPPLE isoz 39 DEL MONTE CORN 303 Can 3 for TENDERSWEET FRENCH STYLE ntl GREEN BEANS 303 can 4 for 89 KRAFT MINIATURE ' _ MARSHMALLOWSio-oz 3 for 89 C HOLSUM STUFFED OLIVES 5 -oz 49 C SWANS DOWN Regular Only A A . CAKE MIX 19-oz 39 e RICH TEX . t»-ie SHORTENING 3 -Lbs. 1 FROZEN STRAWBERRIES 10-Oz. 3 Megs. $ 1 00 HOLLAND DUTCH ICECREAM ...... GO,. HUNT'S TOMATO JUICE 4 6-oz 49 C reRT Aff PAPER TOWELS Lg RO.I 45 e 89° GOLDEN MAID OLEO PHILADELPHIA . 3-Lbs. rniLMUCLrniM Mf\ CREAM CHEESE 8-0.49* OLD MILWAUKEE BEER PABST BLUE RIBBON BEER SCHMIDT BEER 16-Oz. .12 Pak PEPSI-COLA 8 Pak 89^ CELERY Large Stalk CUCUMBERS GREEN ONIONS CELLO RADISHES Each Hunt's The Battles in AngolaTurn Political LUANDA-(LENS (-The new government in Angola is already coming under criticism at home. And to add to its discomfiture its capital, Luanda, is being swept by a wave of banditry. The mouthpiece of thn government's critics is an underground tabloid calling itself Newspap'er'of the Worker. It accuses the Popular Movement government of selling out both to the Russians (because it accepted Soviet military aid) and to the Americans I because it has asked Gulf Oil Corp. to resume oil production in Cabinda). The paper also attacks the Cubans in Angola as the "the new colonizers". The critics say that China should be the model for Angola. They have a fine line in egalitarian rhetoric: "Why do the people have to have to queue for bread while those in the government palace eat caviar?" Whether there is any connection is not clear, but there has been an outbreak of sporadic shooting at night; cars are being stopped and their occupants robbed, Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, April 14, 1976 8 sometimes at gunpoint, by men in uniform. Some of the Popular Movement's leaders claim that the dissidents are supported by the CIA. But other oeoole suspect that the attackers have got the backing of a splinter group of the Popular Movement. This group. Active Revolt, first opposed Agostimo Neto's leadership in 1974. and has not cooperated with the Popular Movement since it became the government. It has a strong following in the universities and among those who are loosely known as the movement's intellectuals. The real activists of the anti-Popular Movement campaign are thought young Angolans and Portuguese under the influence of two far-left Portuguese parties, the Portuguese Democratic Union and the Revolutionary Movement of the Portuguese Proletariat. The links with the latter appear to worry the Popular Movement more, because it is a Maoist organization and there are some Maoists in the Popular Movement. President Neto says: "Consciously or not, there are agents of imperialism even within or movement. They praise a socialist country which never Dumdeis Visit In Ames Insert THNS CARNARVON — Mr. and Mrs. Merle Dumdei were visitors with their children in Ames Thursday afternoon and night. Mrs. Jake R. Janssen, Hilkea Jacobs, Lake View, were business callers in Sioux City Thursday. Miss Mary Boeckman and her girl friend, of Des Moines. spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Gene Boeckman of here. M-r. Steve Olerich, helped us during the war. They praise China .. . Those who persist are traitors." The last thing Angola needs now is political battle. There are too many major problems to be solved. The withdrawal of the last South African soldiers from southern Angola ended one of them. But the reconstruction of the country still awaits attention. Emmetsburg, spent the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Olerich of here. Mr. Gerald Mason. Storm Lake, was a visitor in the Roland Thorpe home Friday. Don't be fuetish. OFFICE OF ENERGY CONSERVATION OF THE FEDERAL ENERGY OFFICE DEARDUFF'S Ketchup I 32-Oz. Fine Selection of SPORT COATS Plaids, Patterns, Solids Sizes 38 thru 46 OFF REG. PRICE Large Selection MEN'S SLACKS Solid Colors & Patterns Sizes 30 thru 42 OFF REG. PRICE Choose a Dress Shirt & Tie for That New Easter Outfit DRESS SHIRTS & TIES Van Heusen & Enro Brand .Shirts — Short Sleeve & Long Sleeve. Sizes 14</2 thru 17. OFF 'REG. PRICE The Home of BWM BRENNY'S WAREHOUSE MARKET Low Overhead HOURS: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mon. thru Thurs — 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday — 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday Entire Stock of LIGHTWEIGHT JACKETS • Lined & Unlined • Solid Colors • Sizes 36 Thru 46 PRICE (Values to $30.00) SAVE DOLLARS!!! AWARD JACKETS Carroll High A Kuemper High S Sizes 38 thru 44 • Were $32.50 NOW DEARDUFF'S Westgote Moll MEN'S WEAR Downtown Carroll

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