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    —The Daily Collegian Wednesday, July 6, 1977
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newspapers and magazines or receive in the mail, at your A&P Food
Store When you purchase these items from us, we will double the
savings marked on the coupons Otter is good thru May 14, 1977
This offer applies to manufacturers' money-saving coupons only It
does nol apply to A&P or Other Stores' money-saving coupons,
whether a manufacturer is, mentioned or not It 'does not apply to
"Free" coupons Cigarettes, milk, tax, lottery tickets and certain
EXTRA LARGE SIZE
Nectarines
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ITEM POLICY
items is required to be
readily available for sale at
or below the advertised price in each AEtl 2
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other items are excluded by law. This offer is good for the condition
stated, except where the total would exceed the value of the item.
When double value of a manufacturers' coupon exceeds the retail
of the item, only the retail of the Item will be refunded
During the course of this offer, there is the possibility of unusual
demand for a particular MANUFACTURERS' coupon item If a
MANUFACTURERS' coupon Item does become temporarily
unavailable, please request an A&P "Rain Check". This entitles yoll
each
27 size
FRESH ...SWEET
Corn
SMOKED
PICNICS
4TO 7 590
LB. AVG.
Ib.
A&P PURE (5-LB. ROLL)
GROUND BEEF
ALL MEAT (2-LB. PKG. 1.57)
A&P FRANKS
BONE IN-NEW YORK
STRIP STEAKS
SELF-BASTING (ALL SIZES)
A&P TURKEYS
14-oz. 39 or
btl.
SUGAR SWEET
CANTA
LOUPES
8 ears 1100
SMALL LEAN
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to "Double Savings" on the MANUFACTURERS' coupon items when
purchased.
Due to the current coffee market conditions...the supply of coffee
is erratic To insure product for all our customers, we are limiting
our "Double Coupon" coffee redemptions to one jar of instant and
one can of ground per shopping family. Additional coffee coupons
will be redeemed at face value.
1 / 4 LOIN SLICED
PORK
CHOPS
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lb. 69*
1-Ib . . 79*
pkg.
199
lb. IN
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JANE PARKER PEACH or
LEMON PIE
JANE PARKER
MUFFINS 2 ,o.oz. 890
pkg.
SMUCKER'S STRAWBERRY
PRESERVES
EIGHT O'CLOCK INSTANT
COFFEE RICH IN
BZILIAN COFFEE lOiaorz. 3 89
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GRAIN FED
BEEF!
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Round Steak lb. 1159
3 Breast Qtrs. With Back
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3 Wings, 3 Necks 5"
3 Giblet Packs
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Church says
Bryant wrong,
supports gays
WASHINGTON (UPI)
The United Church of Christ
called yesterday for civil
rights for homosexuals,
labeling Anita Bryant's anti
gay _crusade "a new reac
tionary movement" threaten
ing the civil liberties of all
Americans.
As the 1.8 million member
denomination ended its 11th
general Synod, delegates said
they deplored "the use of
Scripture to generate hatred
and the violation of civil
rights of gay and bisexual
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persons ,
They said "the recent
referendum in Dade County,
Fla., represents a new
reactionary movement which
may eventually erode the
civil liberties of all."
A move by anti-gay forces
in the church to substitute a
motion declaring their sup
port for civil rights for gays
but saying the church did "not
condone homosexuality as an
alternative . lifestyle" was
defeated.
Following the vote, Ms.
Helen T. Barnhill, chairman
of the denomination's execu-
FBI selection
panel supported
WASHINGTON (UPI)
President Carter yesterday
threw his support behind the
citizens committee that
recommended five men as
FBI director, and said the
panel has not been asked to
broaden its search.
Saying he was speaking for
Carter, Press Secretary Jody
Powell strongly defended the
committee, which has been
criticized , because of
revelations about the finalists
it recommended.
"The President feels the
citizens committee has done a
good job and has been getting
some unfair criticism,"
Powell said. "The committee
did exactly what it was
supposed to. This sort of
charge in the press basically
misrepresents the purpose of
this committee."
Carter was back at the
White House yesterday after
a long Fourth of July weekend
at Camp David, Md.
It is known that the
President might select one of
the five finalists despite
published accounts about
them. It also is known,
however, he will take into
Begin says peace
talks are feasible
By United Press International
Israeli Prime Minister Menahem Begin said yesterday he is
ready to meet Egyptian President Anwar Sadat in Geneva for
peace talks beginning Oct. 10. But the key issue of Palestinian
representation remained unresolved.
Begin responded to Sadat's quick acceptance of an Israeli
offer to reconvene the Geneva Middle East talks, stalled since
December, 1973. Sadat said Egypt was "ready to go" to
Geneva, too.
Israeli officials said Israel is willing to discuss any topic
with the Arabs, including the future of the occupied West Bank
of Jordan.
It was the first time that either side mentioned a specific
date for resuming the conference which the United States
wants reconvened by the end of this year.
However, Israeli officials warned against overoptimism,
noting that Arab leaders have not withdrawn their demand for
representation of the Palestine Liberation Organization in the
Geneva talks. Israel refuses to deal with the PLO.
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There is nothing like a
nice cold bowl of soup.
Mom may have forgotten to tell
you that while she was busy re
minding you of the virtues of hot
soup - - but then very few mothers
had a French Chef who could
make refreshing vichyssoise or
really cool cucumber soup or icy
gazpacho.
Every day we have a soup to help
you keep cool as well as some
great hot soups. After all, mom did
know what she was talking about.
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Fridays and Saturdays until midnight. CALDER SQUARE
tive council, said the church
"has not resolved the issue"—
whether homosexuality is a
sin "and most likely will
not because of the diversity"
within the church. _
Consideration of sexuality
issues dominated much of the
five-day meeting of the liberal
Protestant denomination and
although the more con
servative wing of the church'
warned taking a liberal stand
on sexual issues would cost .
the body money and mem-,
bers, the liberals were solidly
in control. , rl,
Delegates voted 409-210 ,to
receive a controversial 200-
page study on human
sexuality along with 18
recommendations, including
proposals for all parts of the
church to "work for the
decriminalization of private
sexual acts between con-•
senting adults." ..,
The recommendations al go'
urge the states "legislatively
recognize that traditional
marriage is not the only
stable living unit which is ,
entitled to legal protec
tion . . . ."
consideration any allegations
against them' and may
exercise his prerogative of
looking beyond , the five ,if,
necessary. r
. _
The committee recom
mended William Lucas,
sheriff of Wayne County, l
Mich.; Neil Welch, FBI agent
in Philadelphia; Harlington
Wood , Jr., a U.S. court of
appeals judge in Chicago; ,
John Van de Kamp, Los
Angeles County district at
torney; and John J. Irwin Jric
Massachusetts Superior.
Court judge.
The Los Angeles Times
reported that Lucas had
expense-paid visits to Las
Vegas; that Wood
acknowledged he may have
been "naive" about what was
going on in the Watergate
scandal while he was ad
ministrative assistant to
Deputy Attorney General
Richard Kleindienst; that
FBI agents working under
Welch somehow obtained a
document from the private
files of the Socialist Workers
Party, and that Van de Kamp
and Irwin lack broad national
experience.