Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 6, 1971 · Page 26
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Aitttl Evening Telegraph Wednesday, January 6,1971 To The Leader! chnuck EVER IMITATED!! NEVER DUPLICATED! ALWAYS DEDICATED! LIBBY 2980 BELTLiNE ALTON MELO-CRUST SANDWICH THREE YEARS AGO SCHNUCKS DROPPED TRADING STAMPS, BRINGING^OUR CUSTOMERS THOUSANDS OF REVOLUTIONARY LOW PRICES. SINCE 1968, OTHERS HAVE IMITATED, BUT NEVER DUPLICATED - TODAY SCHNUCKS IS STILL NUMBER ONE STILL LEADING THE WAY WITH REVOLUTIONARY LOW PRICES, FINER QUALITY AND THE FRIENDLIEST SERVICE IN TOWN. Peaches Canine cover-up Pets,as the saying goes, an; just like humans. So if males are resorting (o sonic far-Hunt; remedies lo cover embarrassing baldness, why not dogs. Hero, hair-weaving expert Alex Brightman makes paieh of hair for "Rusty", a crossbred rollic who had bald spot on head. Brightman did the work as an experiment In London. (AP Wircphoto) President's for coining exclude tax ci GOLDEN WEST —THE VERY BEST Fryers By STERLING F. GREEN WASHINGTON (AP) President Ni'xon, promising an expansionary economic policy to reduce unemployment to 4 per cent; by 1972, says he has decided against seeking any tax increase this year. Nixon admitted there will be a deficit in his fiscal 11)72 budget, . now being drafted. Some officials have forecast a record $230 billion spending total. But it will not bo :m Inflationary deficit, Nixon promised, and he will not ask wage-price ceilings or voluntary guidelines. The President gave a preview of both his Stale of the Union and budget, messages in a Monday night. Interview with four network correspondents carried live on radio and television. The major thrust of his State of the Union message on Jan. 22, lie said, will lie "how we can give the people of this country an opportunity to make decisions of what the government should be and what it does." One of the approaches, Nixon said, will be a federal revenue-sharing plan 1'or the financially distressed states and cities that will go "far beyond proposals so far." Another will be a new call to Congress to enact his proposed overhaul of the wclfnre system, providing a minimum income to all impoverished Americans. Both plans must start anew in the !)2nd Congress; the welfare bill was stalled in the adjournment, rush of the 111 si Congress, and revenue sharing never got. started. The big push for revenue sharing and welfare reform will be top-priority responsibilities of the now secretary of the Treasury, former (,!ov. .lolm Coniially of Texas, Nixon disclosed. Nixon denied speculation he might as!; Congress this year to initiate the value-added lax—a form of industry-wide .sales tax, levied at, each stage of mnnul'aet'iro--to meet, the costs of revenue sharing. lie did indicate surli a tax might be .sought, later. .In reply l.o questioning (hat suggested the economy was slack Ix'i'iHtse of public concern over spreading unemployment, fear of inflation and lack of confidence, Nixon asserted his belief that confidence is being restored. "We are beginning to make rc-al progress in fighting inflation," he said, noting that, wholesale prices are now rising only half as rapidly as a year ago. UMail price increases also are abating, he said. HALVES OR SLICED 2'/i CAN UI'.HY FIIF.NCH OR. SLANT SLICKD Green Beans . . SLICK!) Libby Beets . . LJ BBY Corn Beef Hash LIRMY Vienna Sausage 24 Oz. Loaves U.S.D.A. GRADE "A" WHOLE Self Service Only Lb . TIGER GOLDEN WEST — GRADE "A" Split Broilers .... GOLDEN WEST — MISSOURI GROWN Fryer Quarters ... Lb Schmidt's Freshly Baked REC;. B!)c. TfO Boston Cream Pie i;»cii l"C Kl-Xi. !)8c — FLAKY QA Apple Streudel KnchWC DELICIOUS TOASTED Iced Raisin Bread JUmf nakury Prices Good Thru Sat., Jan. nth 18 * 45c 20c OFF LAUIiL 7r. OFF LAHKL Dish All 5 ,°. k ™- 880 Phase Ill—Pink 2 Bara 410 {)c OF!' 1 I.AI1F.L 7c OFF LABEL Liquid Wisk ... : ' 2H1 ' LZ - 720 Phase III—Aqua 2 Bms 410 Scknudt's Fresh Dairy Products SCHNUCKS - 'J'OP QUALITY •• <PJ| Ina ?l Lbs. ^ 1 I'liVELY'S COSTELI.O'S COSTF.Ll.O'S - FW-.SII DR. GAYMONTM FRUIT I'll.I.I'D Quart Staff-Top Quality Foods STAFF CUT • 30!) fareen Asparagus . . Can STAFF VV'-LK Sweet Potatoes . RICH SVVKKT Staff Catsup .. VI'X'iKTAIiLK or VK Staff Soup VI'X'iKTAIiLK or VKfiK't'AKIAN 20 OZ. ""• ]Q OZ. c °° /V«»n> Year's Saving Treat REGULAR $1.29 VALUE STAFF—FOUR SEASONS Pair Finest Quality—Long Wearing—Choice of Colors Lunchtime A C»rob«U&» baby clothed only in heavy j^^^v^^lry, OUinches ou her lunch, coiisiMlinj; of oainioal, (ii(»>u fyom ft handkerchief. Her home Ls on (lie outskirts of Pluiom Jpe^b, (AP Wirephoto) EXTRA STRENGTH '******** * COUPON * * Tiger J J Coffee * J O Mi. $128 t * & Can I + Limit One Coupon + Per Family. Cou- * pon Expires Tuus., *• if Jan. 12, 1870. J :« : - :B3 inmBi: WITH COUPON FLAVORKIST 15 oz. Oreos or 14'i oz. Chips Ahoy J6 07,. Pkg. NEW — DIFFERENT — DELICIOUS — Mock Chicken Legs or Vea! Birds BUY THE PARTS YOU LIKE BEST GOLDEN WEST FRYER PARTS Breasts Lb, 59c Fryer Legs .. Lb, 49c Drumsticks .. Lb. 59c Wings Lb. 25c Thighs Lb, 55c Fresh Livers .. Lb, 79c All Fryer Parts Are Knife Cut From U.S. Gov't Grade "A" Fryers SCHNUCK'S — FRESH "DAILY DATED" — 4 LB. PAK A Ground Beef .... Lb Q SLICED — HICKORY HOUSE OR Miss Iowa Bacon . . , Lb SLICED — ALL MEAT Hunter's Bologna . . , Lb - MAYROSE — KREY — HUNTER 12 Oz. Skinless Wieners . Pk * Lb. Pkg. 79c FOR STEW OR SOUP Beef Oxtails Lb. 48c YEARLING — TENDER — SLICED Beef Liver Lb. 69c SLICED — SURREY FARM HICKORY HILL—ROYAL BUFFET Mayrose Bacon .. Lb, 79c KREY'S—FINEST—A.C. BY THE PIECE Braunschweiger . Lb. 59c HUNTER'S—SERVE WITH KRAUT Polish Sausage .. Lb. 78c O« . $ 1" Lb KXTKA LEAN — CALLIE STYLE EXTRA LEAN Lb. "PRIDE OF THE FARM" EXTRA LEAN—9 to 11 Chops ic Quarter Pork Loins Lb EXTRA FANCY Economical Loin Portion Roast Lb - THE QUEEN OF ROASTS "BONELESS" RofSed Pork Loin STAFF Coffee Krem Ic Lb. HUNTER'S—7 to 9 Lb. Avg. FULLY COOKED SHANK PORTION RIB PORK HUNTER'S—5 TO B LB. AVG. FULLY COOKED Ham — Butt Portion Lb, 49c UE VA/..UE — LLY COOKED oieless TRUE VA/..UE — WHOLE fULLY COOKED — LEAN CENTER/CUT Halves Lb. $1.03 Sliced Lb. $1.08 BREAKFAST PERFECT Ham Steaks ---- Lb. 98c SCHNUCK'S — FAMOUS 4 OFF THE BONE Boiled Ham .. Lb, $1.58 DUBUQUE — BONELESS Dainty Rolls ... Lb. 99c DUBUQUE — CRY O VAC "I'HIDK OF THE FARM" CKNTKH CUT Corned Beef ' kat *1.09 Hound .. Lb. $1.19 We Reserve the Right to Limit / Prices Good thru Tues., Jan. 12, 1971 $' ' r>v-' , lv^> -,.

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