The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on October 16, 1977 · Page 62
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · Page 62

Los Angeles, California
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Sunday, October 16, 1977
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14 Port I San., Oct 16. 197? los 3nsrlts iTimrs Bfe Enter SAFEWAY'S tl TWILL BE AWARDED f EVERY ENTRY HAS 3 WAYS TO WIN! 0 ft GRAND SWEEPSTAKES DRAWING WEEKLY DIVISION-WIDE DRAWINGS EACH WEEK All REGISTRATION SLIPS FROM ALL 234 PARTICIPATING SAFEWAY STORES WILL BE COMBINED A THE FOLLOWING PRIZES WW BE AWARDED: nntno nuno ur ncuio l nil I lUflo ALL oLlrd FROM All 234 PARTICIPATING SAFEWAY STORES WILL BE COMBINED AND THE FOLLOWING PRIZES WILL BE AWAHDED: f WEEKLY IN-STORE DRAWINGS EACH OF THE 234 PARTICIPATING SAFEWAY STORES WILL HAVE A WEEKLY DRAWING TO AWARD I $Rfl00 SAFEWAY I flU GIFT CERTIFICATE I -LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MARK V auto 7 10 Times drawing by Pete Bentovoya Harriers Out for Run and a Good Thirst Continued from 13th Page through an insurgents' camp near the Thai-Malaysian border.. The guerrillas were too startled to reach for their guns. And the harriers, good citizens all. didn't stop running until they found a military patrol and reported their discovery. Despite the hazards, the harriers have never lacked for members. The Hong Kong chapter is so oversubscribed that Alfred Kleindienst, a Dow Chemical Co. economist and son of former Atty. Gen. Richard G. Kleindienst. has been on the waiting list for six months and doesn't expect his name to come up for another year. Thcharriers welcome all races and nationalities, but find that Europeans and Australians far outnumber the Asians in their ranks. "The Chinese are just too serious-minded for us," a Hong Kong member said. Women runners, no matter how able, are shunted off to a women's auxiliary, the Hash House Harriets. The ostensible reason for the segregation is that women can't run as far or as fast, but there may be some misogyny involved. "The club constitution clearly states that dogs, women and other pets are not permitted on runs." an Australian growled. The women, for their part, bridle at the suggestion that they're not as good. "Every time the men and women have a joint run, some of us finish far ahead of the men," Cynthia Chin, a Hong Kong Harriet, said. Most Hong Kong Hashers are so devoted to the club that they run rain or shine, even when typhoon warnings are hoisted and sensible citizens are quaking indoors. What brings them out every Monday, they say. is the camaraderie plus the chance to escape the pressures of business. "I look forward to this all week." Phil Kirkland. an Australian executive, said. "This is the only place in Hong Kong where people don't talk business." Others suggest that if you want a reason for the popularity of hashing, you need look no further than the club's motto: "If you've half a mind to join the hash, that's all you need." 1 00 Cambodian Troops Attack Border Town, Thailand Reports BANGKOK. Thailand OB More than 100 Cambodian troops crossed into Thailand and attacked a border town, killing two Thai soldiers. Thailand radio reported Saturday. The government radio station said the Cambodians retreated acrose the frontier after the attack Friday on the town of Klongyai. 175 miles southeast of Bangkok. Six other Thais were wounded, and sheliing damaged a movie theater, a bridge and a house, the radio said. Thai security forces along the 500-mile frontier were put on alert after the attack, the latest in a series of border clashes between Thailand and troops of Cambodia's Communist regime. Zairians Vote for Parliament KINSHASA, Zaire OR Zaire citizens went to the polls Saturday to elect 270 members of parliament in the second round of month-long national elections called by President Mobutu Sese Seko. Results of the first round, held last weekend to select municipal councils, have not been announced. Authorities say there were a number of irregularities in the polling. Reports from various districts indicated a heavy turnout for the second round of elections slated to continue today. More than 2.080 candidates have been campaigning. All are members of Mobutu's People's Revolutionary Movement, the country's only legal political party. 00 SAFEWAY GIFT CERTIFICATES -FORD FIESTAS Tin Niw Girasn Import Cir by Fordl -ZENITH 13" COLOR TV SETS -TAPPAN MICROWAVE OVENS -SMALL APPLIANCES 7 EPICURUN FOOD PROCESSORS 7-PBOCTOfl-SILEX TOASTER OVENS 6 MR. COFFEE COFFEEMAKERS wwwww ILL PRIZES WILL BE AWARDEI fi -FORD FIESTAS tw Tin New Grmin Import Cir by Ford! inn s100 SAFEWAY IW GIFT CERTIFICATES Contest Rules Are Posted In Every Safeway! SWEAT PAOTS ( li Lightweight llACl LSSKS ttfcV -V vA., f S""81" E 3 f THOUSANDS ! frf HjtJ. lUT i OF EVERYDAY 31sweat SKiiirns PJ Short Sleeve lllfl - -J-f'' - Short sleeve, raglan crew Si 1 'JJ If W 51J I V iu a. . " neck sweat shirt oi so rajl TZr Jl I mJml I V. JL.t. -.JL) Fortrel Polyester, 20 WmW l CC 5B S IffWW' JlPTrT: .: 'i.-.UT Cotton. Ribbed collar, band LVrt Will 'ilV'''"'i''i 'H cuffi. Colors: gold. iSV 11 PowdBr blue t Mavy. !J FOR TOTAL LAWN CARE! SALE! ONE MONTH ONLY! COMPARE BEFORE YOU INVEST IN LAWN CARE-THE BEST COSTS LESS IN THE LONG RUN LIMITED TIME OFFER! PARTICIPATING DEALERS ONLY! 4 WHEEL f sweat mmis TRIM N EDGER- Bnggs & stratum Engine ringei up uuiurui Full Ball Bearings Safety Clutch Long Sleeve Long slasvo. raglan craw naci sweatshirt of 80 Fortrel Polyester. 20 Cotton. Ribbed collar, band & culls. Colors: Gold. Powder blue & Navy. Trims Like a Mower 100-2R M2995 SAVE s20 Reg 5149.95 SELF-PROPELLED . . . and this isn't all! PRECISION CUT FRONT THROW REEL MOWERS Discontinued Model H Limited Supply On SAVE 60 Plus FREE SctUp nun sruai? stoiroS 17" 3 HJ.-5 Blades H Durable lQNl Polyethylene aH Catcher Included Regular 255.95 wn 7 State CALL FOR PARTICIPATING WE ACCEPT USDA FOOD STAMP COUPONS 633-8153- DEALER NEAREST YOU 7210 E. Rosecrans, Paramount Open Daily ftOO till 530 Closed Sunday oma of homcowmrs and ntoKSSHUuis PtIcm Effective Oct :e-18, 1977 In SQirthem California (Except Cataflna, San Diogo and ifeKHiai uuuiiuuj. aaiD9 in nnau yuanucss umy.

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