Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 5, 1973 · Page 30
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 30

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, July 5, 1973
Page 30
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1 President's Daughter, Julie, Celebrates 25th Birthday M ^bufQjBegiste^Mol!, Gaiesbura, 111, Thursday July S> t»73_3^ SAN GLEMENTE, Call!. (UP1) - Julie Niton Bits* noper* n oui^xmi siijponer ot her fetter <krk« the Watergate scandal, celebrates her »h birthday today nirv ranted by family and friend* at the Waton White House. !•» Preaident's younger daughter told nporters that birthdays in the First Family are celebrated with "funny cards and flowers." But if she could have one gift it would be "a Ipok into the future ... to know more Of what I'm doing With my life and what David (Eisenhower) is doing and where we're going." The vivacious brunette has been a self-appointed public defender of her father during the Watergate scandal end has criss-crossed the country, speaking fat his behalf. "I really did it on my nwn," she explained, including writing many oc iter own apeecnes. in the past year, she has made ISO public appearances and "when Watergate csme along ! decided not to curtail anything ... and f was doing even more than before." Julie, who was born in Washington during President Nixon's first term as a congressman from California's 12th Congressional District, prepared to spend the day with her husband, her parents and Tricia and Edward F. Cox, her sister end brother-in-law. j A White Mouse spokesman said it had not been decided whether the First Family would remain at the estate or dine at a restaurant to mark Julie's day. The White House kitchen prepared a birthday cake for her. Friends were expected to drop by to wish her well. Julie else defends her father 3&inst criticism over the financing ol his private homes here and in Key Biscayne, Fla With some irritation, she declined to say how much rent they pay. RED& WHITE LOWER the COST of FILLING it UP FOOD STORES WIDE IN KNOXVILLE MEL'S Red & White Store Mel Sayrs, Owner PETE'S RED & WHITE STORES Store #1 Stort #2 788 N. Seminary 114 N. Depot Galesburg Watagd Gary Prino, Owner Ea. SALE DATES: JULY 5, 6, 7 FRESH LARGE HEAD LETTUCE c LOW PRICES Golden Ripe BANANAS Red Cello RADISHES Yellow Cooking ONIONS 3 Lb. Bog 12 10 39 White Seedless GRAPES U.S.D.A. CHOICE ROUND - SWISS STEAK •L29. GROUND ROUND Lb *1 39 CUBE STEAKS ..-ib $ 1 59 "TOP QUALITY ALWAYS" AA. GROUND BEEF M z. u. VfC Dubuque All Meat £ Aj*. Wieners X j"C Dubuque Royal Buffet AA A Bacon YK Boneless Rump or £ J 59 Tip Roast ..._ib. 1 Now Is The Time To Complete Your Set of Green or Gold GLASSES Each With $5.00 or More Purchase 25 oz. Jar M A DEL MONTE < CORN mtkA DEL MONTE pkg, W SAUERKRAUT RED & WHITE APPLESAUCE BETTY CROCKER FROSTING MIX Crtamy Whit* — Coconut Paean — Choc. Fudge RED & WHITE SECTIONS OP A 303 M . r)CU CTIr u C GRAPEFRUIT 2 c~ 89* F,SH STICKS OUR VAIUE DARK BED A 300 I|L JED 4 WHITE HAM. HOT DOG KIDNEY BEANS 2 c.„, 39' BUNS RICHELIEU WESTERN 1« .,. VA, TEDDY BEAR WHITE FACIALS DRESSING »»«'• 59' TISSUE CROCKETT FARMS FROZEN ln , VET'S DRY STRAWBERRIES 49' DOG FOOD RED & WHITE 4 4 3 4 5 303 Cant 303 Cans 14 oz. 89< 89' 69' of 8 I 200-O, $- Pkgi. lb. Bag SWEETHEART LIME LIQUID 4 ffi *r , COUPON . H « No. 0845$ I GOLD MEDAL I FLOUR • 5 «•• *» 49c • With ThU Coupon I Good At Red & White • |^ Expires July 7, 1973 J r i • i m , COUPON . M No. 08454 BETTY CROCKER CAKE MIX 3 *p. 89c With This Coupon Good At Red & White r _ a COUPON . M FOLGER'S COFFEE • • • 2 & $ | 49 j i L With This Coupon Good At Red & White Expires July 7, 1973 1 89* l • • i tmtm SOFT SPREAD IMPERIAL ^ Ma/gar itm 1 2 LB TUBS N PKG Formula409 C \£S8£* Hunfs Tomato Cats up Kal Ran Chunk Beef Kal Kan Stew RalKanChicken Dal Monte Peas WHOLE QRIEN •KANt DelMonteCatsup Del Monte Spinach Chiffon Margarine LiteLineCheese J?BS!* UQL CAN 14 OZ CAN II OZ CAN IfrOZ CAN FAMILY SlZI •OWL 35ff 25c 49e 79c 18 OZ. CAN 1 Lt StZI l* OZ MO family Scottif issue If II* MII 2 M * * REOULAR OR ivotexnapKins SUPER t if I---^T BOUTIQUE I RleenexTissue OR PRINTS 2 Si 1 46c 46c 41c 4 NOLL WO t PkOi A ROLL . PKQ • **'xk 2 ZROLL CQ« 4* l'. IMPORTANT . FOR YOU! A&P POLICY: Always do whatis honest and fair for every customer. RA1NCHECK: If an advertised special is ever sold out ask the Manager for a Raincheck. It entitles you to the same item at the same special price the following week. Or if you wish we'll give yo,u a comparable item at the same special price. GUARANTEE: A&P offers an unconditional money- back guarantee. No matter what it is, || no matter who makes it, if A&P sells it, |I A&P guarantees it. 1 *9 BoPeep Ammonia i Dry Trend Detergent ^M ^ettnea rt ^wH^TiRqeNT Kleenex Towels JUMBO «)ZE OF aw iiilllliiipl 9IZC J9C 33 OZ iiiiilttlll;' BTL, 1 ' ROU--.37»>^ 3 NOLU H0« Salerno Cookies ASS O™NT 22.-02; PKG. 57c SunnyfieldWaffles S-OZ, PKQ. 12c D. TWIN RACK Pnngles POTATO CHIPS 9-OZ, SIZi 69c 5 G reen Gia nt N iblets Corn r-oz. CAN ^ 18c GreenGiantSweetPeas M/a-pz 11 InstantFolger's cSKaBi. ig-oz, JAR Folger'sCoffee ~ N 3 CAN $2« Folger's Coffee % u o N w1i N 2 LB. CAN $163 Maxwell House Coffee 2 LB, CAN »1« Maxwell House Coffee 3 CA«^;' SQUEtZE 1 POUND BOTTLE

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