Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 23, 1973 · Page 16
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 16

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 23, 1973
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<0S 16 Gafesbufa Real$te^Miii(, ,<3jalfibjjrfl». I!L Monday, July 23,1973 Pekin Resident VkiU Elm wood ELMWOOD—Mrs. Mae Oopc- lindi PeWn, spent several days rtcently it the home of Mr*. Eva Golden. Mr. and Mf». Raymond P«k \m a dinner party July 15 for their mothers. Mr. and Mrs. Everette Oeer, Peoria; Mrs. Jennie Nelson, Oulfport, Miss.; Mrs. Bessie Leftoy, Peoria, and Mrs. Oscar Myer, Des Plaines, visited July 15 at the home of Bertha Kroesen. Now lfoti Know... By United Press International The melting of polar icecaps between 1930 and 1950 caused the level of the ocean along the East Coast of the United States to rise a fourth of an inch a year. 1 kmte/family Butter Higher In Saturates Dr. Lamb By LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M.D. al fat with vitamins and an in* Dear Dr. Lamb-The reader comparable flavor. Margarine M .h .1,. mao^itta «« on t»t & a hydrogenated fat wirth arts* who thinks margarine is an un- ^ ^ m f lavWi saturated fat is quite mistaken. ^ j, ave bee n advised against All szM fats are saturated Some more, some Isss, and the difference between natural but ter and margarine is really insignificant. Butter is a natur REDUCED 20% LAST 5 DAYS DURING JULY ONLY BEFORE | AFTER Every Item Replated at Sale Prices Since the value of old silverplated pQH INSTANCE items-continues to soar... this is an Article Rog. excellent time to take advantage of these low, low prices to have your worn, silverware, antiques and family heirlooms replated like new. These pieces are now more valuable than ever and make wonderful gifts. All work QUADRUPLE SILVERPLATED by our skilled silversmiths and Sale prices apply to ALL pieces. Teapot Creamer $35.50 18.50 Candlestick (per inch) 2.00 Sugar bowl 20.50 Trays (per sq. in.) .16 Sale Price $28.40 14.80 1.80 16.40 .128 OUR NEW REPAIR POLICY •FREE DENT REMOVAL and straightening en all Hams we eilverplite. •ONLY $8 .13 FOR ANY ANO ALL ADDITIONAL REPAIRS, no matttr how extensive, on any pioco wo tilvorplalo. Includes soldering broken handles, legs, knobs, etc. (Only exceptions are for furnishing new parts) Value Quality Service Ellis Jewelers ' 219 E. MAIN Downtown Galesburg the use of saturated fats should stay with corn or safftower oil only. Dear Reader—I'm sorry but it sounds to me like you've gotten some misinformation. Your statement might have been correct lor margarine made 30 years ago. Fifty-six per cent of the fat in butter is saturated fat, 33 per cent is monounsaturated fat, and only 2.5 per cent is polyunsaturated fat. One of the typical leading commercial margarines is only 16 per cent saturated fat, and it has 26 per cent polyunsaturated fat. This is more than 10 times as much polyunsaturated fait as butter and less than a third as much saturated fiat. These are the facts of the situ ation, regardless of how you might feel about it. Many of the other commercial margarines are of the same relative values. These figures are from the U. S Department of Agriculture. In general, the margarines that are packaged in tups, and tend to be soft, contain more polyunsaturated fat and less saturated fat than those that are in stick form or more solid. While solid fats tend fo> be saturated fats, this is not entirely true. Coconut oil is liquid, and it's 86 per cent saturated fiat, a much higher percentage than you would find in butter, lard or beef tallow. Another Difference Another difference between most commercial margarines manufactured today, and butter, is the cholesterol content. Margarines, made of vegetable fats contain no cholesterol, since vegetables don't contain cholesterol, Butter, however, does — about 250 milligrams in 100 grams (3 and one-half ounces). One stick cr quarter pound of butter then contains about the same amount of cholesterol that you'll find in one egg yolk. Because of the tendency to fortify milk, butter and margarine contain approximately the same amounts of vitamins. Having straightened out the facts, let me say that I would agree with the idea that where possible, individuals would be better off using com oil or sat flower oil if they want to de- See 'Dr. Lamb'*(Continued on Page 23) SUMM s (Any day through Labor Day) SALE 95 per person, per night, two to a room; No charge for child sharing same room. Additional family rooms only $13.00 each. (Maximum of 3 children in second room.) Get into the Great Indoors this summer in Chicago. Enjoy it all, museums, theatres, shopping, and night life. Outdoors, Chicago has it too — beaches, parks, concerts, boating and sightseeing. And most of all, enjoy Sheraton's special brand of hospitality at either of these two downtown hotels. At the Sheraton- Located on Michigan BlaCkStOfte Avenue overlooking Grant Park and the Lake. Convenient to museums, theatres and downtown. Enjoy gourmet cuisine in the Blackstone Grill and Dixieland and blues music in our Flaming Sally's Nightclub. Indoor parking available at extra charge. At the Sheraton- Lo Jf° don fhjr ^nn Michigan vnicago Avenue ' S "Magnificent Mile." Great shopping. Great night life. Great sightseeing. Enjoy the famous Kon Tiki Ports Restaurant, Klip Joint Lounge and the Blacksmith Steak House, plus Chicago's largest hotel indoor pool. Indoor parking available at extra charge. Reservations must be made in advance. Plan is not applicable to convention groups. Rates quoted do not include local taxes. For information and reservations for either Sheraton Hotel call toll free: 800-325-3635. Or call your travel agent SheralcxvBIac&stane Sheraton-Cliieago Hotel Hotel MICHIGAN AVENUE AT BALBO 505 NORTH MICHIGAN AVENUE SHERATON HOTELS AND MOTOR INNS, A WORLDWIDE SERVICE OF III The) Independent Who Tries to Give You More for Your Pood Dollar! How A Supermarket, Making a 1% Profit ,A % on Your Grocery Bill? Quite frankly, they can't. \(one -store^as 10% lower on its prices than aN others, it would soon be out of business. We all striye;to have the lowest prices oh our food, but, we must make a small profit to serve you properly and stay in business- » ';: ; :-T :•• =•.:••..•..:_•";<•> _ . . ., } \\" , • • Food is a commodity we dre all sensitive about. We consume it three times q day. '.• •. every day of the year. We want the best for the least amount of money. ' . / At Super Va|u, we are sensitive to a)I three aspects of the food business. Our food must be quality . .. the kind we would Want on our own table. Our prices must be as on all items, not just a few. We must make a profittostay in business to serve you next week .. .next month ? '.. next year. As an independent store owner, we believe we can provide the best all around service available. We can keep price* down by pur association with the Super Valu organization in mass purchases. Try shopping our Super Va I u store for the best food values we can possibly provide. 1 Oil NO S I RO/i N PIZZA I -1 n/ liAV()RII'l Ih'O/lN ORANGE JUICE I I iv « • r 1 • r t f i/t'l. Shoestring Potatoes ' ,, ( i r t l',,|y (I M| f l.l/iMI Cob Corn % -' • Huh', I t O/PM White Bread Dough i 1 Turbot w /Lemon Butter Gala Decorated or Color JUMBO TOWELS *1 3 ROLLS DetwAatU & Whltt Bathroom Tissue Regular or Super Kolex.....:..,........- 2-roll «JK* pkg. 25* .40 .ct.99* Order A Side . . "... • i or Quarter of Cut & Wrapped the Way You Want Rath Hickory Smoked CANNED HAN. Morrell LUNCH HEATS ...X W • Reg. Bologna • Garlic Bologna • Spiced Luncheon • Pickle Pimento • Thick Sliced Bologna SHAMPOO LEMON UP 77c 10 -OZ. BOTTLE Ml f /( )Ml S I V M ,, ( Hill It RMIL K BISCUITS Ml A s' .' Dips 29c Longhom Cheese Cream Cheese Promise Maiganne KRAI I MIRACLE WHIP ( RUSHLD o/ HDtillS PINEAPPLE J J u; REGISTER FOR THIS WEEK'S Bankroll of *450 Someone Is Going to Win and It Might Be Youl You need not be present to win — we have a customer draw a name out of the barrel at 4 p.m. every Saturday — That person has (til 10 a.m. Monday to show that their card has been punched,) No purchase is necessary, VACATION CLAUSE Please leave your card with us. You can win while you are away, Paul Haynes, Yates City did not have card punched so this week 1450. VALUABLE ( OUPON Chcerlos WITH THIS COUPON > Limit One Coupon Per Family, , Good Only at Ron's Super • Valu. Offer Expire* ! July 21, 1973 Cake _ Mixes .3*89' WITH THIS COUPON ' Limit One Coupon Per Family, ; Good Only at Ron 'e Super iValu. Offer Expiree -j~st 1 July28., 1973. fUpf'fHBf-jCetp.relt Coffee 3 .^25*1 J WITH THIS COUPON ; Limit One Coupon Per Family. • Good Only at Ron'* Super j Valu. Offer Expiree ; July 21, 1973, * mmm^smmm STORE HOURS; 7 am to 9 pm Mon. thru Sate, Suite 8 am to 8 pm

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