Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 15, 1969 · Page 13
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY L5. in6!> THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON. TLUXOIS "JERSEY FARM" White Enriched 1Mb. loaves Limit Two With $5.00 Purchase 'We Reserve the Right to Limit" "NONE SOLD TO DEALERS" CHOICE FIRST CUTS "•S. Gov't lb. Ib. ''CHOICE Ceni * r Cut , t> Swiss Steak ''CHOICE' 8 °ne/ess ''CHO/C£" fl °ne/ess tt>. ^^mMf & Round Bone Shoulder J |p &^M - E *• 79 e Shortribs of Beef CH 49* GROUND CHUCK "FAMILY PACK" 5-Lbs. or Mer« "Food Costs Declining" As the follow on "Inugh-ln" «yi, •V-E-R-R-R-Y l-N-T-E-R-E-S-T-l-N-G" . . . And that's cxoclly what I thought "V-E-R-R-R-Y l-N-T-E-R-E-S-T-l-N-G" . . . And that's exactly whot I thought when I read an article by Sylvia Porter in the Chicago Daily Newi (Jan. 2, 19691 . . . She laid and I quote, "Food costl ctually are declining, even though Jt total food bill in 1968 will hit Inl RiMSAn nn A n.rrAnl fmm loft our total food bill in IV08 v> $101 Billion, up 6 porcent frorn tun year and $31 Billion higher than 1960." "But in relation to our expanding pay and fringe benefit checkt they ore doclining. Here'i the evidence to prove it: Today you ipend a bit over 1 7 ccntt of your after­ tax income dollar for food, a record low for the United States a proportion unequalled by any other nation. In Greece and Italy, the share of disposable personal income going for food is 40 cents; in the United Kingdom, it is 26 cents. In underdeveloped lands, it's far higher." So' how 'bout those figures . . . Al Barnes Advertising Manager DC A r» liCC DEL MONTE rCMWnCj YELLOW CLING BARBECUE VITTLES PiZZA SPINS i __; ) DEL MONTE No. 1'/, «Q YELLOW CLING Con *• *» " 38c n g . 38c Grade "A,, COD Grade "A 1 COD 10- $ 1 Pork Sausage £ £$349 Wfenei* Am ° s SLICED atrifTS "FRI PAN" SLICED g% BACON 2 Wish Sausage ™" T:**' U - "~ "^YRcTT A - c - Roll X41c ib. Raisin Bran KEU0GG , k9 <nc De! Monte Corn c 'Zll:" 2 ^,48c Del Monte Corn 2 c30 ° n3 ,48c i ft. S5e AXIOM PUREX CLOROX X 77c G C n 57c G C n 57c or is. *i2 0 k ib. * DAIRY FOODS C.W. Chunk Colby E3SB # : ™ ^ LONGHORN *79 c f PARKAY isa 4-1" C.W Sliced Muenster ^91' | Cold WafCf 'AIF Pillsbury Pizza Mix U X'-W I ii\Aifrf u q uid Kraft'* SHREDDED . «-« ffl I l/UVC IVrall 5 MOZZARELLA pkg. «*» IT W W •>» "»'•'' "»« halfqal. "y^^^ *| ^^j^l^ 1 Liquid Detergent with Bleach, Borax and Brightener 22-oz pkg. 58 s ,o,b. s« 25 'WISK* Liquid s 74' X ^4 Additional Bag 48c J* v W-CIBS w NABISCO * Toward I " Purchase SALTINE CRACKERS 2 1 -lb. £?* boxes Otaf 1-lb. boxes WITH THIS COUPON J Coupon Expiret Wed., Jan. 22, WORTH <74(< Toward Mrfr Purchase Heinz "Great American" SOUPS 3 48« 14-oz. cans WITH THIS COUPON Coupon Expire! Wed., Jon. 22. WORTH | f\g Toward IVI* Purchase Georgian Assorted BATHROOM TISSUES Iffc roll "01 IU pkg. WIT:I TilS COUPON Coupon Expires Wed., Jan. 22. taaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai WORTH H A* Toward 14c Purchase COSTELLO'S FROZEN DESSERT half gal. WITH THIS COUPON Coupon Expires Wed., Jan. 22. 55* STKANGE SIGHT In Saigon and probably a lirst for these South Vietnamese youngsters. American (.Is made t he snowman from ice shavings out of a military cold •-torafte plant, adding a cap and muffler. Today In Washington Ky TIIK ASSOC'IATKI) PUKSS 'wASIIINCiTON (APiOvtr Rc puliliran protests, the Senate ! has reduced tl.e si/e of t\\o key j committees. Appi'opriatioits and , Foreign Relations. | By a vote of 56 to Appro- { priations was cut from '26 to 24 j members and Foreign Relations I from 1!) to 1.1. This followed the | defeat. 51 to 3K, of a GOP effort j to keep both committees at Hie previous level. The Demcr;ilie majority had decided in caucus i to make the reductions. Republicans argued that reducing the committees would nmke it more difficult lor younger members to obtain important committee assignments. Chairman J. \V. Fulbright. D. -Ark., said his Foreign Relations Committee had become 1 too unwieldy. WASHINGTON (APi T h e iCvil Aeronautics Beard is favorable to "a modest increase" j ill airline passenger fares, says j the obards' chairman. John II. Crooker Jr. A seven per cent increase has been gequested by Eastern. Trans-World, Breniff International, United and Northeast Airlines, Crooker said, and, he said American Airlines indicated it might ask for a boost. The board will meet with officials of the requesting lines Thursday, Crooker said at a news conference, and until then the board will not discuss "the nature and extent" of any increase. WASHINGTON fapj-A recommendation that Congress include under medicare certain drugs that combat diseases occurring chronically among the elderly has been offered by Wilbur J. Cohen, secretary of health, education and welfare. Drugs used in such illnesses as high blood pressure, heart conditions, diabetes, discuses of the circulatory system, respiratory conditions and kidney disease were included in the proposal. The secretary recommended : that, beginning in 1971, people \ 65 and older pay $1 for each 1 prescription for drugs included in the plan, with medicare prying the rest. Capital Footnote J. Willard Marriott, chairman of the 1969 Inaugural Committee, reports that, invitations to next. Mondays' ceremonies hnve been accepted by the ,'o\ernors of 46 states and all territories except American Samoa. Governors of New Mexico, Texas and Nevada will send representa­ tive^. Mid I^Hlisiana ha>. not indicated its plans, he said. Capital (JiKitc "I hnpe it may be >aid. a hundred years ln>m inns, thai together we helped to make our country more just (or all its people- as ss 'ell as to insure the blessings of liberty lor our posterity. I believe it ssill be said that we tried." President Johnson, in his Stale ol the Union message. Uphold State Claim On Assets In Relief Cases WASHINGTON IAI'I —The Supreme Court upheld today the right of Ness- York and other states to take over i-eri;'.m assets of people on welfare. The issue, an important one in ness-ly developing lass' on the poor and ssellare program^, ssas disposed o| in a briet. unsigned order. I! noted that Justice William O. Dougla-- i.v.'.rrd hear- me"the case The New York lasv gises local welfare departments the right | to take over nssjirrls for person| al injury and life insurance benefits as well ;,s property. Salaries cannot be taken. Thirty-one other states have such laws. Nesv York's law was upheld by a court in Nesv York City in a 2-1 ruling last March. Pueblo Court Opens Monday SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AD — The Navy will open a court of inquiry into the case of the intelligence ship Pueblo next Monday. Announcing this last night, the Navy sairl the inquiry would have three phases, including the mission and operation of the ship, its secure last Jan. '23 by North Korea and the detention ol the crew. Five admirals will constitute the court, with Cmdr. William R. Nesvsome acting as judge advocate. Ncsvsome said there was no question of seeking to apply to the Pueblo's crew the Military Code of Conduct, which forbids making confessions sshiie a prisoner of war. ; He said the reason is that "we North Korea" anrl the crewmen ' were illegally detained. While the C S. sailors were : imprisoned North Korea made i public what it said were confes- ! sions that the ship was in coast- i al waters, but the Nas-y bus denounced these as false. It says it's recalling itself to correct minor defects!"

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