Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 30, 1969 · Page 17
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f THURSDAY, 53 More Lose .TA>;I-AJ\Y HO. 10; THE REOTSTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS 0— 15 State Jobs SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) — Illinois Agriculture Director John W. Lewis announced Tues- lay the firing of 53 employes. Lewis said all but four of the 53 were blanketed under the state personnel code by former Gov. Samuel H. Shapiro in No- fore ificiency or inspection services j to protect consumer health. I Lewis said he intends to re• ducc department expenses by SI i million in the current biennium. ! All the persons fired were serving their six-month proba: tionary period which precedes j final certification under the per; sonnel code. lie said the inspectors were assigned to inspect grain, produce, livestock and poultry be- they reached packing Shotgun Express At Y Saturday Night vember. He said the firing will plants. oT the ~53 "emplo^T^ not affect the department's °f- =—~ • 1 y ' ef- were inspectors. — FINAL — RtjQi 'y Clearance p R I C E Iraq Arrests 2 Americans WASHINGTON (AP) - Two American citizens wore arrested in Iraq several weeks ;IK<>, j the State Department disclosed today. They are Pant Bail and his wife. Pail was described hv press officer Robert .T. McCloskey as an employe (if the Iraqi Petroleum Co. McCloskey said they have not been advised of the charges against, them. McCloskey f;ave this information in response to questions but said he knew little about the arrested couple—includint: their U.S. residence. He said that Bail is in prison while his wife is in "what amounts to a house arrest." There are roughly -100 Americans in Iraq , mostly women married to Iraqi citizens, but also Jesuit and Protestant teachers and missionaries, McCloskey said. He had no breakdown on the figure. KMli M!OM n .MIAMAS—Mr. fiixl Mrs. .Tack Rt-ynolds of— WMIIUIIVIIIC Imvi- rrUirm (I from a v;ii:ttinn I,, (tit- Bahama Islands, flying nonstop frotu St. lamK. Tln-v u<ir awarded the trip by Christian 1 niversiil l.ifr IIIMIIMIMW ' Co. o, Salem, "lure tliey arc both employed. "The Shotgun Express," above, will be featured this Saturday Mt. Vernon VJK.'A, from 8 until 11 p.m. night. February 1st, at the The Shotgun Express group appeared at the YMCA early this season and are being brought back by popular request. They are one of the most exciting young groups from the St. Louis area, playing hard rock. soul, rhythm and blubs, etc., to please everyone. They have a fantastic new approach in miNic: and showmanship. They dso featuiv an "out of sight" li'_;h! show. SUITS ALL WINTER DRESSES (V 2 Size Dresses Included) ALL WINTER JR/S At The Quality Corner Of Wit. Vernon Fashion Shop Vernon, 111. Loaded Oil Doctor's Mailbag Truck Burns Foods Are Not Direct Cause Of Heart Disease ROCKFORD, 111. (AP) — A j tanker loaded with 2,000 gallons of fuel oil skidded on ice and crashed into a diesel fuel pump Wednesday at the Smrth Oil Co. farm west of Rockford, igniting a S'20,000 fire. The tanker's driver, John Williams, 2a, of Loves Park, es- eaped without injury by jumping to safety before the pump end truck exploded and burst into flames. By Wayne G. Brandstadt, M.. normal cho- Q. What is the lesterol level? A. The normal level is 150 to 250, but most authorities recommend keeping it under 220. Q. My son, 32, now refuses to eat eggs, cheese, butter and milk because he read that these foods would cause heart trouble. What do you think? A The foods mentioned are not. a direct cause of heart trouble. They are valuable foods that should be eaten in moderation. They may contribute to the risk of heart disease only if they are taken in amounts that lead to obesity or a high cholesterol level. ! Q. My cholesterol level is 3.1G. How can I lower it? A. Cut down on your intake of all fats, especially those of animal origin. ! Q. I have been taking Atrc- mid-S to lower my cholesterol j level. Now my level is normal but my doctor wants me to continue taking this drug. Are there '• any bad side effects? What is the difference between blood fat; and cholesterol? : A. Atromid - S is a brand of clofibrate and is very effec- j tive in lowering the cholesterol level. It may cause nausea, headache, dizziness, fatigue and itching. Special p r ecautions must be taken when it is given to a person who is taking anticoagulants. Cholesterol is one i of several blood lipids or blood fats. Q. What causes angina pectoris? I am taking Peritrate and Periactin. How do they benefit angina? A. The cause is a spasm or a partial obstruction of a coronary artery. Peritrate is a long- acting nitrate that relax e s spasms in your arteries and relieves the pain of angina. Peri­ actin is an antihistamine given to relieve allergies. Q. I have angina pectoris but it has never shown up on my electrocardiograms. How does a doctor diagnose this diesease? Are there different types of angina? A. Angina pectoris is diagnosed chiefly by a careful evaluation of the type of pain it causes and by the fact that nitrates give prompt relief. Although the electrocardiograms may be helpful in some cases, it is not, a reliable means of diagnosis 1 of this condition. Since the term affecting various parts of the "angina" by itself means pain, there arc many types of angina jody. $1,000 Paid For Sea Otter Pelt STRIPED CRIB SHEETS Full size, $100 our reg. $1.19 I TOWEL & WASHCLOTH SET Big 18x24 terry towel, $400^ SI .29 value <?|wu^ HOODED TERRY TOWEL Kseps baby warm after bath, $ j 99 PLASTIC RUMBA PANTS Nylon ruffles, asst. colors, S-XL, /S^ reg. 49c ' LJ INFANT STRETCH TITES i Nylon, plastic lined, $ 1 00 ' teg. $1.19 I " UMBA STRETCH TITES Nylon, ruffle backside, $ 1 00 reg. $1.19 . . . I v*j;LANNEL KIMONOS VTwhite and pastel colors, 69^ „.^infant sizes v ' INFANT FLANNEL GOWNS White and pastel solid colors INFANT DIAPER SETS For boys & girls, $ 1 99 0-3, 9-18 mo I SKATTLE (AP) — A New York company paid $1,100 for a sea otter pelt Tuesday in Alas- 1 !-.a s second auction of the fur of the rare animal in 58 years. Fieiss & Fabrizio paid the top price as more than 500 of the i ri..(-d pelts went on the block. The skins brought an averaye of I KLT.ti each from bidders repre- I senting top fashion houses in the 'United States, Canada and Eu- vope. The first auction since 1911 was held last year. During the i intervening years, wildlife agencies carefully guarded the ani- m;\'s so they could multiply aft! er disastrous over-exploitation I by Russian and American fur ' companies. Alaska's sea otters now num- ; ber more than 30,000 and state ; officials say they are confident i controlled harvest of the animals will not decimate them. Most of the furs marketed Tuesday were taken from animals around Tanaga and Kana- j ga Islands in the Aleutians. Native hunters shot them under su- "vision of the Alaska Department of Fish & Game. The Army post exchange (PX) and Air Force base exchange (BX) comprise the nation's third largest non-food retail empire. The PX and BX rang up profits of $113 million in the fiscal year that ended last Jan. 25 on sales of $2.1 billion. Lovely Spring- Fa brics WE INVITE YOU SELECTION EVER WARDROBE. TO SEE THE NEWEST AND MOST COLORFUL ASSEMBLED FOR YOUR SPRING AND EASTER BONDED ORLON ACRYLIC In checks and plaids to coordinate with solid colors. Perfect for dresses suits and skirts. Some machine washable. 54 To 60 $4 )99 $ J |99 inches Wide * — +3 and Yard CREPE ELEGANTE 100% Dacron Polyester Th is new weave formal is wear suitable for dresses, blouses 12 attractive colors. 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