Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 9, 1975 · Page 16
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Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 16

Freeport, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 9, 1975
Page 16
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P»fl« 16 Fr«»port (III.) Journal-Standard, Wednesday, July 9. 1975 WASHINGTON (UPI) - The General Accounting Office says federal government workers may have been overcompensated since 1970. Under a 1966 law, federal workers were to receive compensation equal to what is received by their counterparts in the private work force. But because the government ignored fringe benefits in comparing compensation, federal workers have received more total compensation than their counterparts, GAO said. • The GAO is Congress' investigatory arm. Since the government spends almost $1 in fringe benefits - • . • ' x Mpy Be Overpaid, Says GAQ , ' ^SXKK S th ' a "? K! lft " Th ' 6 T ploy t r?i surveyed for that comparison %««re 12 big Wat* honWbefttfiti '' ' - '? * V ' rf^. 6 ™ 1 * $3 in pay, bil ions pf dollar*, corporations, the cities of Baltimore. Dallas. Phoenix and St Bv ifi^ ttri/af* CfcX ^h, «»»i*i *^ M,», M vacations, sick leaye, retirement benefits, health 1 and life in surance and the like -for every $3 in pay, billions of dollars could be involved. The federal work force numbers 2.7 million and is paid $41 billion a year. ' i At the time the law passed,-private employers' fringe benefits exceeded federal fringe benefits, but that situation reversed around 1970, GAO said. As a result, the Civil Service Commission learned two years ago the federal government was more generous than 19 other big employers, comparable to five and less generous than only one. Valu-Trim Eagle s exclusive Valu-Trim process qives you more for your meat dollar. Excess waste and fat is trimmed away before each cut is weighed to give you more servings per pound, and a lower cost per serving. Honest Labeling When you have to guess at what ' you re buying, you're not getting the most for your money. Our Honest Labeling policy eliminates costly guessing. You know exactly what cut of meat you're buying. Pure Ground Beef No vegetable product added to our fresh ground beef. You get edible ground beef at Eagle. Ground beef that turns dut plump burgers, juicy meat-loaves. And it's ground fresh hourly to assure freshness. Guaranteed To assure your complete satisfaction, all Eagle Bonded Beef is completely guaranteed. That's the Eagle Bond! OUr way of letting you know that Bonded Beef meets our rigid standards, and that we're sure you'll enjoy it completely! * The employers surveyed for that comparison 'were 12 big 'private nun* pa y oenpnis, corporations, the cities of Baltimore. Dallas, Phoenix and St. By i0fo private beifeflte MM edua, w m , Louis i andnine;stat?su:california. Georgia. Maryland. Mich- but 311 per cent of talfifW, tffoKi igan. Mississippi, Minnesota. New York, Virginia attd \tacon- „,, „,, ta . , , , " ; u t sin. 6 „ But this gain In item-pay forms of cotntien^tfon „„_,.„, The study covered retirement, life and health inWance 7*^ lnto a *5 col *nt m*h thlVgOVernmerit piHddicalty |ur holidays and sick and annual leave programs , ' Vfey | d P rt ^ a ^ pay rj*t«S totdelferirUhe Wflat Size t^es M^re When the "comparability principle" was enacted, benefits " 6Wled to ^ alrttaln cojjtp|rwiljty. ' - • paid private sector employes were worth 24.5 per cent of ba- . Benefit expenditures, Miidh amounted to ni him™ ln 107^ sic pay, but those in the federal sector were" only 23.8 per cent- at present rates of^wWi^rffi fftffi of pay. But a survey in 1970 showed federal benefit^ exceeded the report said -' T ' eight ^1"' COPYRIGHT < 1975 By Eagle Stores All Rights Reserved. Eagle Bonded Meats give you more! If price per pound was ill you had to look for, it would be easy to judge where you get the most for your meat dollar. That's a pretty big "IP, because shopping for meat involves more than looking for low prices. Much more. And Eagle does a lot to give you more. Compare for yourself! UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED - CENTER C Beef Chuck SWEET SMOKED , ; HEGUUfl SLICES Beef Liver, Sliced Lady Lee Sliced Bacon $143 EVERYDAY LOW MEAT PRICE UNCONDITIONALLY ,BONDED - FULL CUT *" Beef Round Steak, Bone In '169 1 LB EVERYDAY LOW MEAT PRICE UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED Beef Rib Steak LB GOVERNMENT INSPECTED Pork Loin Country Style Ribs DUBUOUE - READY TO EAT ' Canned Ham DUBUOUE - HOYAL BUFFET German Liver Sausage ^ 98 OSCAR MAYER - REGULAR OR THICK SLICES Sliced Bacon ^ LB can 49 57 EVERYDAY LOW MEAT PRICE UNCONDITIONALLY ^ BONDED •*Beef Chuck Arm Steak 1 19 LB EVERYDAY LOW MEAT PRICE UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED T— Beef Chuck Blade Roast 79' LB NEW' GORTON'S - COOKED f Breaded ** Shrimp Sticks NEWI DUBUOUE - FINE FOR GRILLING Smoked Bratwurst NEWI ECKRICH - CHUBS German Bologna LADY LEE -. 9 VARIETIES Sliced Cold Cuts EVERYDAY LOW MEAT PRICE 9-oz. pkg. LB 89 12-oz. $^45 pkg. 1-lb. pkg. I 29 3V, LB. AVERAGE 'j SLICED OR ROAST Pork Loin Sirloin End >129 1 LB EVERYDAY LOW MEAT PRICE UNCONDITIONALLY _ _ BONDED ; *— Fresh Ground Beef NO SOY PRODUCT LB. ADDED CUT UP. SPLIT OR QUARTERED U.S.D.A. Grade A Frying Chicken LADY LEE - HOT OR MILD Pork Sausage SWIFT PREMIUM. - LAZY MAPLE Sliced Bacon . 4 FISHERMEN -,.HEAT & EAT Fish Sticks 63« Mb. roll $^09 1-lb. $4 47 pkg. | ?i!o.' $ 1 69 EVERYDAY LOW MEAT PRICE UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED Beef Loin Sirloin Steak ~LB. EVERYDAY LOW MEAT PRICE DUBUQUE 7 ?• .SWEET.'SMOKED * . Royal Buffet Sliced Bacon >159 1 1-lb. pkg. 79 SWIFT PREMIUM Canned Ham . In The Round z ian z NEWI TINY LOBSTER TAILS - POLY BAGGED ' • '' Langostina p;' 9b : $ 2 89 CELLO WRAPPED , Ocean Perch Fillets LB 83 C KINQSFORD - 4 VARIETIES ''•".-. Breaded Patties ^ 89 c EVERYDAY LOW MEAT PRICE US.DA GRADE A 2V4-LB & UP SIZES Frying Chicken, Whole 56! EVERYDAY LOW MEAT PRICE UNCONDITIONALLY BONDED Beef Rnd. Rump Roast, Bnls. $179 1 LB ALL CUTSflNCLUDED ••."•:: ^ •-,- ,:. . Quarter Sliced Pork Loin . OSCAR MAYER - REGULAR OR BEEF Sliced Bolbgna 12-OZ. PKG, 99C • REGULAR OR BEEF Oscar Mayer Wieners V OSCAR MAYER.- HEAT & EAT ASmokie Links LB. 8-oz. pkg I 49 •Our Price Protection Policy guarantees these prices to be effective from Wednesday, July 9th, through Tuesday. July 15, 1975 regardless ol cost Increases." BAKERY DEPARTMENT HARVEST DAY Wheat Bread 16-oz. loaf HARVEST DAY-8 COUNT-WIENER OR iv n , _ . Hamburger Buns pkg 41' HARVEST DAY Large White Bread To" 39* CHECK & COMPARE name quality and selection for less! WHY PAY MORE HOUSEHOLD ITEMS I WELCH'S Grape Jelly 3-lb. |ar $144 1 ^KRAFT'S ACheez Whiz 9 HERSHEY'S A Chocolate Syrup <? FOR SALADS OR BAKING ICrisco Oil 16-oz. far 16-oz. can 24-oz. btl. 07 40 89* PICNIC SUPPLIES CLASSIC - 9 INCH WHITE Paper Plates HANDI-KUP - 7 OUNCE Foam Cups /CHINET Luncheon Plates LADY LEE Charcoal Briquets GULF LITE Charcoal Lighter 100-Ct. Pkg. 51-ct. pkg. 93< 53 C 20-lb. bag 32-oz. can JENO'S - CHEESE ft Pizza Mix <? KRAFT DINNER A Tangy Spaghetti 9 KRAFT DINNER A Spaghetti W/Meat DROPS O 1 GOLD Vanilla Vanillin FLAVOR ENHANCER Accent ^ DECORATED * ScotTowels MARDI GRAS Paper Napkins ^ WITH COCOA BUTTER A Tone Bath Size SNACK ITEMS 8-OZ. pkg. 140-ct. pkg. 5-oz. bar 46 e e'4r 53 9 JET-PUFFED ^ ,„ - . i •"• 1 Kraft Marshmallowspkg 2 39 C 9 FOR SNACKS OR DESSERTS , , b _:•. i Salerno Grahams pxg 65* 9 SUNSHINE A Krispy Crackers P kg.'48' « CHIPOS 19 „_ I Potato Chips ^ 89* FLAVOR KIST COOKIES Chocolate Delights P^ 69* CANNED FOODS 16-oz. LADY LEE - HALVES Bartlett Pears LADY LEE A Fruit Cocktail <? MUSSELMAN'S c n n , I Apple Sauce 5 jar z 91 « DEL MONTE-CR. STYLE-WHOLE KERN. -*•-. A Golden Corn "-°?'35 KING SIZE Tide Laundry Detergent 5-lb. 4-oz. box. BEVERAGES & JUICES LADY LEE Tomato •Juice <? COLA, RT. BEER, ORANGE, ST 1 BERRY \ Ck««*«. n^...^_____ 64-oz 1 GIANT SIZE Tide Laundry Detergent 49-oz. box $125 FAMILY SIZE ; Joy Liquid Detergent 4B-OZ. btl. $138 9 KRAFT' ••' • 11000 Island Dressing ^ 41 c 9 KRAFT 1 French Dressing ^ 39 c MONARCH _ ni> . Salad Mustard 2 °,r z 43° KITCHEN BOUQUET - PRIME CHOICE Steak Sauce ^ HEINZ A Tomato Ketchup DAIRY DEPARTMENT lar 5-oz btl. 26 b,r-68 c 51 8-oz. pkg. ^ PHILADELPHIA A Cream Cheese BUTTERMILK OR HOMESTYLE « „, Harvest Day Biscuits ca" ^ KRAFT - SLICED 24 - 7 1 American Singles p"g PURE VEGETABLE OIL 1 rv, Harvest Day MargarineVm LADY LEE - SHREDDED CHEDDAR OR „ 07 Mozzarella Cheese P°g LOWPHICf' GIANT SIZE Joy Liquid Detergent 22-oz. btl. DETERGENT Giant Size Dreft 44-oz. box Shasta Beverages LEMON-LIME FLAVOR • Gatorade LIPTON'S Instant Tea NESTEA - MAKES 2 QUARTS Iced Tea Mix 9 REGULAR OR ELECTRIC PERK A Hills Bros. Coffee ALL GRINDS Butter Nut Coffee COFFEE CRYSTALS ' Folger's Instant <? 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That's why tagie No Limits means extra savings. You can buy as i m , ?! £ P roduct a s you wish at the same low price. At Eagle, we limit the price - unlimit the quantity! Key Buys mean extra savings the Eagle Way! Prfcw Art MicotinM E.c«pt On Frt Tr»d«d tod Oov^rmwt ConMM Nmi DISCOUNT SUPERMARKETS STORE HOURS: ' Monday thru Friday 9 A.M. to 9 PM. Saturday 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. Sunday 9 AM. to « PJm. \ IN STORES NORMALLY OPEN SUNDAYS ' : ' ..' [ f '/ We diwount everything EXCEPT quality, courtesy and service! 2 LOCATIONS Routt 20 Wtit, Crtitwt^ Shoppfef OMrttr .

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