Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 22, 1969 · Page 13
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 13

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Wednesday, January 22, 1969
Page 13
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G—B THE RT5GISTBlt-NEWS — MT. VKfcNQN. ILLINOIS* WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1969 HOROSCOPE Thursday: A beautiful day and evening for many new beginnings that have excellent chances to broaden the scope of your thinking and bring you much joy and happiness. Forget the past and make a point to l>e very openmindetl. AMES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Fas cinating, electrifying pals row open the path to greater success and happiness by introducing you to very interesting people. Entertain the most promising. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) A prominent person shows you how,to get ahead more quickly, BO be sure to follow ideas. Trust yojr intuition, since it is quite accurate today. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) A good day to ingratiate yourself into the good graces of worthwhile persons you met recently. Listen to their novel ideas. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Get busy with that bookkeeping and come through cn promises you have made. You now have the right incentive to keep love fires burning. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Get in touch with partners in all categories of your endeavor and benefit from their wise ideas. An associate gives backing for jour finest plans. VIRGO (Aug. 22 W Sept. 22) Find a new tack for handling your duties niore efficiently and successfully. Listen to what coworkers have to suggest since they are apt to be very practical. LIBRA (Setp. 23 to Oct. 22) This can be a particularly happy day for you If you leave enough spare time for a sudden invitation. Accept quickly and have a wonderful time. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Doing something nice for family can result in harmony which has been somewhat lacking lately. Make your house more comfortable and charming. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to DPC. 21) Clever and fascinating pais have right ideas for brightening up your life In many ways. Contact those who can give information you require and use it wisely. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Now you can make headway with that higher- up who will cooperate with you to achieve greater abundance. Try to better understand what employer expects of you. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Doing what you like most is now very easy, but gain a much better perspective of what is ahead and awhat you are doing. Being social is O.K., provided you really communicate with others. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Msr. 20) Activity of a confidential nature is best today since this will bring you the advancement you want Find the experts who can lead the way to success. No Long-Haired Meter Readers EARLY EXAMINATION — Technicians check the rocket thrusters on the Apollo S spacecraft at Pearl Harbor. The voyager to the moon, showing obvious marks of its fiery re-entry, is on the way to California where it will be studied by its builders. NEW YORK (AP) — A 25- year-old meter reader picketed Consolidated Edisor Co. Monday claiming he had been fired because he refused to cut his long hair. Eric Gladstone, a Con Ed em­ ploye for IS months, marched in front of company headquarters shouting to passersby and distributing leaflets reading "Cor> Ed—would you hire Ben Franklin'" A company spokesman said Gladstone's file showed allegations of careless meter reading and frequent absences and that his appearance was "disheveled, untidy and not conducive to good customer relations." The vicuna, found In the South American Anes, Is the smallest member of the camel family. A FAMILY PROJECT — Women and children process a catch In assembly- line fashion at an Icelandic fishery. Fish are the chief export of the North Atlantic island and the country is in deep economic trouble as the fish have headed for unknown shores. NEWS BRIEF VATICAN CITY (AP) — The widow of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. flew to New Delhi Wednesday after an audience with Pope Paul VT. "The Holy Father has been vei-y kind to me and to' the work of my late husband," said Mrs. King r.t a press conference prior to her flight. "I have pledged myself to continue my husband's work. I am pleased that Pope Paul has such strong commitments in the same areas." She will receive an award in New Delhi in honor of her husband. 5i% INTEREST PER ANNUM On 6 Month Saving Certificates of $10,000 or More. 4%% Interest Paid on Pass-Book Savings Accounts. Put Your Money "Where Thousands Save Millions." MT. VERNON LOAN AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION Accbuntts insured Up To $15,000 by FSUC • 72th and Broadway Phone 244-1400 Mt. Vernon, Illinois 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 <C0RH 4 pgerf 1 coffee 1 Del Monte — No. 303 Golden Whole Kernel £ For Swift's Vienna — 4-Oz. 4 SAUSAGE 2 -W 4 ^ Show Boat — No. 300 Blackeyed <PEAS i {SOUP 3 For Campbell's Tomato 2 -25* Ma Brown — 28-Oz. APPLE BUTTER 3$ Heifetz — Fresh 32-Oz. i CUCUMBER SLICES 4 Country Pat < OLEO _ 3* 2 %-Lb. "19^ GERBERS STRAINED BABY FOODS Fruits or Vegetables 3 F ° r 39^ Kraft — Lb. 4 MARSHMALLOWS 23* 1 4 4 4 Ricefand 2 35* Del Monte Tomato jJUIC 46-Oz. 29* New Yellow ONIONS Lb. 8< Fancy Pink — Size 48 GRAPEFRUIT 6 - 45< Fresh Crispy Red RADISHES Pkg. ce racer • • • • • We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities This Ad Effective: Thurs., Fri., Sat., Jan. 23, 24, 25 • ~ —— - - - -— - ^ BLUE BELL ROYAL Lb. $ BLUE BELL CUT RITE Or Whole HAM 2 BLUE BELL BOLOG ..Lb. BLUE BELL PICKLE LOAF Lb. BLUE BELL WIENERS -Lb. FRESH LEAN Fancy Golden Chiquita BANANAS Lb. 12- i A 4 4 4 THERE IS AN ACE GROCER IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD Sheldon's Grocery Cravat, Illinois Earl Jones & Sons Sims, Illinois Ross Wiberly Divide, Illinois Bennett & Bennett Bonnie, Illinois Leonard Henson Keenes, Illinois Mount Grocery Kell, Illinois Rockett's Market 417 Perkins Kabat's Grocery Scheller, Illinois Hutchison's Farm Mkt. Rt. 5, Mt. Vernon W. H. Hottensen Opdyke, Illinois Grigg's Fine Foods 1020 Main Ellis Grocery Harmony, Illinois Dare Grocery Camp Ground Frank Hargis Frisco, Illinois Richardson's Grocery Belle Rive, Illinois Sandusky's Grocery 1016 Tolle Road Prince's Market 800 Main Duke's Grocery Brubaker, III. Leonard Wilson Shields, Illinois Bray Grocery Bluford, Illinois Knox Grocery Wood lawn, UlLnoia W. G. Mooney Boyd, Illinois Roger's Grocery 422 S. 17th Street Andy Stevens Waltonville, Illinois R. M. Flanagan MaLeansboro, Illinois Rowe's Self Service Waltonville & Nason Rds. Hopkin's Market 217 Castleton Ervin Greene General Merchandise Dix, Illinois GROUND BEEF lb. CUBED BEEF STEAKS 10 In Pkg. TASTE O' SEA BREADED FISH PORTIONS 3 * BIRDSEYE z32-0z.

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