Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 18, 1968 · Page 24
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 24

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4-C Robert Francis Kennedy— THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON. ILLTNOIS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1968 "Some men see things as they ar* Had say—why? I dream of things that never were and say —why not?" These words were spoken by a man dedicated to his country and fellow men. Now we are faced with the task of finding an answer to that question—alone. History can only speculate as to Robert Kennedy's greatness. However, it can be said that, in the strictest tradition of greatness, he never turned from a challenge to his country or mankind. Presidential Ait Medals has just released the firsr of their memorial medals commomorat- ing the late Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, it is a companion piece to Will Notify Drivers SPRINGFIELD. III. —Illinois drivers who will be required to take the drivers license examination as the re-examination program goes into effect January 1 will be notified of mat fact when their renewal notices ae sent to them, Sec re tary of State Paul Powell said tod a .v. Only one- ninth of the licensee", drivers _ will be called for reexamination each year, as the new requirement of the law is that all drivers be re- exami- naed once every nine years, Mr. Powell said. Those drivers who receive renewal notices without any instructions to take the examination may simply submit their applications as they have done in the past and their licenses will be renewed, he said. Sometime within the next nine years, however, every licensed driver will receive instructions to report for an examination, Secretary Powell pointed out. The first drivers to be called for examination will be those with records of previous revocations or suspensions of their licenses and convictions for traffic law violations, Mr. Powell said. Since those drivers are in the minority, he estimated they would all be examined in three or four years. The examination will include the vision test, road sign recognition test, written test on traffic laws and, in some cases, the driving test, Secretary Powell said. The decision to require the driving test will be based- on the driver's record, plus other factors which may come to the examiner's attention in the course of giving the other tests. The new program will increase the driver examining workload by about 750,000 a year, or roughly 3,000 a day, Mr. Powell said, drivers has long been advocated 1 by traffic safely experts, and is now a part of the Federal government's requirement for states to qualify for highway construction funds, S e ere tary Powell said. Failure to comply would result in the loss of 10 per cent of the Federal funds. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS If you fail to receive your REGISTER-NEWS Call 242-0118 between tbe boors of 6:00 and 7 :00 p.m. weekdays. Saturdays 3:30 to 4:80 p.nx A messenger will deliver your paper. EITO60W6T0 OR A BI66S? BREAD BOX! . the John F. Kennedy modal issued during his campaign for Ihc presidency. Both modaJs wore designed and sculptured in bns- relief by Ralph J. Mcnconi who also designed the three commemorative series on Presidents of the United States, States ->f (he Union and Signers of the uoclnr- ation of Independence. The obverse of the new Robert Kennedy medal features Ihc full- face portrait for which Menconi is noted and the dates of Kennedy's birth and death—19251968. The reverse depicts several phases of public service in which Kennedy engaged -the naval insignia, denoting his s?rvic as a naval cadet during World War II; the seal of the Depai nr.ont of Justice, reflecting his tenure with that department as attorney general: and the seal of the State of New York, in recognition of his senatorial position with that state. The seals are separated from his most famous quotation by a broken laurel (symbolic of eternity*, indicating a life's work left unfinished by his untimely and tragic death. Historians have seleded this quote as one vvhirh underscores Kennedy's dedication and firmness against any challenge. Presidential Art Medals has authorized (lie striking of 15,000 pieces nf this medal in .999-plus nure silver and a limited edition in antique bronze. Both medals are 1 ^ inches in diameter and come in attractive desk holders. The silver piece sells for $15 the bronze for S3. Mr. Harper, vice president of the Englewood, Ohio, firm, advised mc there were less than MONEY CURS by Mort Reed 1,000 John F. Kennedy medals still available in pure silver and both medals in a special double desk holder would be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. All silver copies are serially numbered to 15,000. Unnumbered bronze in double holders (John Kennery-Robert Kennedy) are available at $10 per set. Interested readers may write Presidential Art Medals Inc., P.O. Box 187, Englewood, Ohio 45322. MRS. POL, Barbeiton, Ohio, (Akron Beacon Journal); I do not have extra copies of the booklet, "Know Your Money." This is prepared by the U .S. Se> cret Service and made available through the U.S. Government Printing Office in Washington, D.C. If you will send them 25 cents for mailing and handling, they will be glad to send you a copy by return mail. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) MEAT ITEMS SOLD AS ADVERTISED If. S. Choice Boneless Beef Roast' Boston Roll 79' 99 69' 10-14 Lb. Avg. U. S. Grade "A" Ralston Purina M «i Riverside Turkeys _. ,b 47° 1). Choice Tenderay Standing Rib Roast Silver Platter Quarter Sliced Pork Loin lb. lb. lb. U. S. Grade A 10-14 Lb. Avg. Kroger Wishbone Turkeys 4-10 Jb. Avg. lb. 53c Prices Good Thro Tues., Dec. 24th Close 6:00 P.M. Christmas Eve Hunter, Krey or Rath 16-18 Lb. Avg. Fully Cooked Whole Hunfer Quik-Carv, Krey Gourmet, Mayrote Buffer or Swift"Hondi Whole Boneless Hams Lb Half Ham lb. $1.05 — Sliced lb. $1.09 Fresh Turkeys will be available in all Kroger 99* ib. 55c Wg. 69c 50 Extra Top Value Stamps With Purchase of 1-lb. Pkg. SLICED BACON No Coupon Necessary l^^S^^jjj, Coupon Good Far 300 Extra Top Value Stamps with purchase of 3-lb. CANNED HAM Expires Tu«$. night, Dec. 24, 1968 — — - " " -• W«JW. Stores Monday and Tuesday- prior to Christmas. Place your order now for the fresh tur- keyjof y° or choice. wmmmmmm 43 Hunter, Krey or Mayrote 12-14 Lb. Avg Shank Half or Whole Fully Cooked Hunter Whole or Portion Semi- M Boneless IIU 111 Krey By The Piece Jumbo .coupon G-70 'This Coupon Good for 50 Extra Top Value Stamps with purchase of one pica. COUNTRY OVEN TURNOVERS Expires Tues. nlghf, Dec. 24, 1968 'This Coupon Good for 50 Extra Top Value Stamps with purchase of two packages KROGER SNACK CRACKERS Expires Tues. night, Dec. 24, 1968 mmm iniii»uii™««™ijj This Coupon Good Foe 800 Extra Top Value Stamps with purchase of 8-lb. or lO-lb. CANNED HAM Expires Tues. night, Dec. 24, 1968 - — -'—^ituimiamiuiuiimamiiiaiuiiiiaiuiiu"^ 1 "'^ 1 ^ ooTapofi 'This Coupon Good For 100 Extra Top Value Stamps with purchase of 3 package* COUNTRY OVEN COOKIES Expires Tues. nigh*, Dec. 24, 1968 oou;po:ia Turkeys U. 5. Grade "A" 8-10 Lb. Avg. Harvest Brand Geese -79c Bologna .. ib 49^ Chunk Sliced tb. 59c Krey A/C By The Piece •m <J • • _ Sea Pak Breaded R B'schweiger 49 c Shrimp Krey or Kroger Skinless " Wieners . A 59c 12-oz. Kroger Wieners 49c Country Club Derined Slab (Whole or Half) Bacon 59c Sliced Ib. 69c 16-22 U>. Avg. Honey Sudd* _ «- 49c 10-16 Lb. Avg. Lb. 53c U. S. Grade "A" 10-14 Lb. Avg. Ralston Purina Riverside Turkeys 10-14 Lb. Avg. Armour Butter Basted . b 59c Sea Pak Peeled and Deveined Shrimp . ptT $,M Commodore Brand Breaded Perch, Haddock Founder or Fish Crisp Pre Fish . * 69c This Coupon Good For 50 Extra Top Value Stamps with purchase of one can HOME PRIDE SPRAT DEODORIZER Expires Tues. night, Dec. 24, 1968 """""mm —"——»»" HUHHIIlHIIIUIWUllUJfU^MMlUII )Ooup>orL This Coupon Good For 50 Extra Top Value Stamps with purchase of one can tYSOl SPRAY Expires Tues. night, Dec. 24, 1968 mm This Coupon Good For 50 Extra Top Value Stamps with purchase of one can SIMONIZ FLUFF up. Expires Tues. night, Dec. 24, 1968 ^iratiiiniiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiuiHiiiiiiiMiiiiiwi'ii ^j 'This Coupon Good for 50 Extra Top Value Stamps with purchase of two Jars KROGER PICKLES Expires Tues. night, Dae. 24, 1968 ~~™mM»«l^MWnUUItWMJUIigwi«i«nM This Coupon Good For SO Extra Top Value Stamps with purchase of two jars . , HEIFETZ PICKLES Expires Tues. nlghf, Dec. 24, This Coupon Good for 50 Extra Top Value Stamps with purchase of $2.00 or more FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES Expires Tues. night. Doe. 24, 1968 ooupon 23 'This Coupon flood For , 100. Extra Top Value Stamps with purchase pf S5.95 FRUIT BOWL or . , $7.95 FRUIT BASKET Expires Tues. nlghf, Dec. 24, 1968 This Coop on Good For 50 Extra Top Value Stamps with purchase of 2 package* IN-SHELL NUTS Expires Tues. night, Dec. 24, 1968 MMMMIWIWMfflmilll 'This Coupon*Oooc| , For**** ,, 50 Extra Top Value Stamps with purchase of 2 packages GLACE FRUIT, PATES or SHELLED NUTS From the Produce Department "PljJ* Tues. nlghf, Dec. 24, jWMf Florida Hammock Tangelo$__5 bab -69c Louisiana u. 5. No. 1 Sweet Potatoes 4 1Js 69c We reserve Hie right to limit quantities Sunrise Fresh Guaranteed: Every package of Kroger's Fresh Fruits and Vegetables sealed by Kroger's Ctts-Pok Clear Plastic film, must be Sunrise-F/esh when you buy If. If you are not completely satisfied, Kroger will replace your Item or refund your money.

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