Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 5, 1973 · Page 36
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 36

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, July 5, 1973
Page 36
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iGod Outpolls COPYRiQMf *" 1975 §y e «§i§ Stem. All flights ftMefttd By LOUIS GASSELS UPI Religion Wdter WTi«n God tt&ptAb Umrnm ki a survey of buairtMs executives, that's news. At least, the American Management Association seems to think so. It has just compiled responses from 2,821 American businessmen who have attended one of its famous management courses. World of Religion Corporations send to these courses tJheir brightest* most promising young executives- men on the way up. This probably is about as success- oriented a group as you could find in America. But the survey findings strongly indicate, the AMA notes, that "the American Idea of success is changing." And one of the most striking changes is "a greater tendency to hold religious values in general in higher esteem and to select the progressive perfection of religious faith as primary life objective." The AMA found particularly significant replies to a question in which businessmen were asked 4b define their "basic goals." To the evident surprise of the survey conductors, the dasire for daeper and more mature religious faith outranked "the traditional goal of acquiring wealth.'* The choice of God over Mammon was especially marked among younger re spondents, under age 30. Before Billy Graham goes into a buck and wing, it should be noted that the survey results do not quite add up to revelation that the millenium ha3 arrived in the counting house. Although religious faith outranked acquisition of wealth among the basic goals of businessmen, it was a matter of their finishing fifth and sixth respectively. The first goal of' the executives surveyed, by a long margin, was "a happy home life." That Was followed, in order, by "continued good health," "job and financial security," and "occupational status authority." A cynic might argue that many respondents felt they had adequately covered the subject of money in goal number three — "financial security" — and therefore could afford to downgrade the rather crass- sounding goal, "acquisition of wealth." Be that as it may, it does seem clear from the survey that merely making money has become one of the lesser drives of the American businessman. In reply to another question, in which they were asked to define their personal concept of success, only 17 per cent gave answers oriented toward greater material reward or career advancement. Forty nine per cent defined success in terms of "more meaningful" work and the satisfaction of feeling they are accomplishing something worthwhile. Thirty four per cent defined success in terms of goals such as personal fulfillment, community service or a deeper religious commitment that have no direct relationship with career advancement or bigger salaries. Babbitt may not be entirely converted yet. But he seems to be listening to the invitation hymn.. Reception Held For New Pastor NORTH HENDERSON - Approximately 100 persons from North Henderson and Alexis attended the reception and patluck dinner held June 24 at the North Henderson United Methodist Church for the new pastor and his wife, Rev. and Mrs. Allen Hilding. A pantry shower and a gift of money were presented to the Hildings. The Mary and Martha Society of the North Henderson United Methodist Church held a meeting June 28. Mrs. Charles Earp was in charge of the meeting and Mrs. Ted Wilmot was hflst- ess and served tunch. * \ '.1 .nil Your Eagle Discount Supermarket is continuously striving to keep your food costs as low as possible on a regular, weekly basis. One good example of this is our low beef pricing policy. Compare our low beef prices with what you may be paying elsewhere. For us, this is where the fight against rising meat costs begins. For you, our customers, this means more buying power for your beef dollar. Isn't that want you really want? Compare our low beef prices anywhere; and while you're at it, compare Eagle Bonded Beef for selection, trim and flavor. Eagle Bonded Beef... so tender and flavorful, you'll want to serve it to your family often.. .why not tonight? ili-r. Compare! UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED VALU-TRIMMED FULL CUT - BONE IN Beef Round Steak $133 I LB. Compare! UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED VALU-TRIMMED Center Cut Beef Chuck Steak Compare! UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED VALU-TRIMMEO Beef Blade Chuck Roast 73 LB. Compare! UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED VALU-TRIMMED Boneless Beef for Stew Compare! UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED VALU-TRIMMED Pork Loin Country Style Ribs Compare! OSCAR MAYER JUBILEE READY TO EAT - HALVES Smoked Boneless Ham Compare! UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED VALU-TRIMMED - TAILLESS Beef Loin Porterhouse Steak Compare! UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED VALU-TRIMMEO Beef Loin Sirloin Steak Compare! UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED VALU-TRIMMEO Beef Round Sirloin Tip Steak Compare! UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED VALU-TRIMMED/ Beef Chuck Arm Pot Roast Compare! UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED ANY SIZE PACKAGE APPROXIMATE FAT CONTENT 1S% Fresh Ground Beef 88° Compare! UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED VALU-TRIMMED Pork Shoulder Blade Steak Compare! HARVEST DAY US DA. GRADE A t TO 9 LB. SIZES Self- Basting Turkey 73 LB. Compare! UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED VALU-.TRIMMED Compare! UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED VALU-TRIMMED Beef Round Boneless Rump Roast Compare! UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED ALL CUTS INCLUDED Quarter Sliced Pork Loin Compare! UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED 1 TO 3 LB. SIZES Compare! 9 VARIETIES - TWIN PACK Lee Sliced Cold Cuts Compare! UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED VALU-TRIMMED Beef Steak ALL BEEF OR ALL MEAT Oscar Mayer M Wieners I * 99« REGULAR OR THICK SLICED Oscar Mayer Bacon BULK STYLE — UNK Oscar Mayer Pork Sausage LB '1" 1 SLICED T, • . Oscar Mayer Bologna &.59" 0*. SLICED IOLOONA1IW WHITE 1 DARK MEAT - TltpT Jennie-0 Turkey Roll X '4"| SALAD SHRIMP Brilliant Cooked Shrimp Premium Swift Franks ^95 CHEESE A WIENER "' * '.I Dubuque Cheese _ Purlers ^'86* SWEET SMOKED Dubuque Sliced Bacon 1P ' gb 99 REGULAR OR HOT - PURE Lady Lee; --oe. Pork Sausage °" * 9 J FROZEN " '' Klngsford tA •oaf Patties VV S '93< •WOWIOUMXVaUKKrilQZEN Lak* taranitet ™'87' Compare Quality, Trim, And Everyday Low Meat Prices Henderson & Fremont Compare! UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED HICKORY SMOKCD Lady Lee Wieners Compare! SWEET SMOKED Lady Lee Sliced Bacon 93 Mb. pkg. DISCOUNT SUW^ARKETS We Discount Everything g^Quaiilv. Courtesy. And Service! Prlc»t Aft DiicounUd Exceot On Falr-Tradtd And Governmsnl Controlled H«ms STORE HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 9 AM - 9 PM/ SAT. 9 AM • 9 PJVi Sun. 10 A.M.-5 P.M. "Our Price Protection Policy guarantees these prices to be effective from Wednesday. July 4th through Tuesday. July 10th regardless of cost increases." ,

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