The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 8, 1947 · Page 11
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THURSDAY, MAY'S, 1!M7 iceQuellFood BLYTIWVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS k<> us honghai PAGE ELEVEN Miguel LearnsOid American Custom Mob of 80 Enters Barricaded Store And £cb:es Rice Bags SHANGHAI. M:iy S. HIP)-A mob <:fj« ])cis!i:!.-; lorcort ilieir wuy !u- i'.'u store todi'.y niid looted cf ih'e after !iv\nng down li-.Mvy boards pi'uU'etin" tho of the store. A Ion? qnc'.ic !in«l uji lor ri?c i l;ocan:< Impi'dent w'.ion they had | In \vail too lum: ar.d tattered their wny into tlu> .shojj. The prompt av-| rival of police prevented fmtlier losses. It was (lie second rice store ;>t- Uck<'<. in Klian^h-ii sillre a new prii'e ri:->.> w:i.s announced. In a double move against inflation and the black market. Cliine.>c ^o\-enunent authorities lit Peipiny nrrested 53 suspected dealers i" rolcl .Kir:; and American dollais and brought in 1,300 tons of rice and cereals from Mancluiria. A slight levelling ol the prices <;f some i'c;nmocJHi05 was noted. The American dollar slir.pfd from 25.030 Cllinr-se dollars lo 2I.COD dollar.;. Eeonomhsts .saitl. however, that llm basic inflationary tendency sti'.l remained. ^HoHinui-on Tony, information director, said the government U'ns adopting a program by which it iicpetl to curb runaway food prices. A;non<_s ihe measures were regulations i.irovidina for registration and control of food merchants, forbid-{ dint; hoarding nnd manipulation ot'| the market and appointing Miguel Aleman, Jr.. left, son of the ! ,-xtrail president, enjoyed a celebrity's thrill during his Washington visit when loeal youngsters pestered him for autographs. Here he is signing a baseball ylovo for Louis Cornelius. Compromise On Tax Slash Not Expected control y teas. that calves WASHINGTON, May 8- I UP I — food Chairman Eugene D. MilliKin of committees. in shortage'"'" Senate Finance Committee said I today he could sec no hope for n j compromise with President Truman 2 breeders are now aiming ° n cutting personal income taxes. ger life and higher fertility, The Colorado Republican pointed possible sacrifice, in milk out that president Truman has Lion—since it has b^en found' come ont repeatedly against aristocratic" cows bear fewer tax reduction at this time. "We're lave shorter lives for it." Miilikin said, adding that for a meeting of the minds." Miilikin ntlcd out the possibilily of u compromise shortly before his committee started closed sessions to work out the tax bill it will icporf lo Hie Senate. He said he expected the coin- iniltee majority to approve a bill about the same as the Republican-sponsored bill passed by the House. It provides for lax cuts starting at 3o percent in the lowest income brackets and scaling dowi to 10.5 in the highest. Trout To ISc Slate Fish SACRAMENTO, Calif. (UPl—The golden trout, is on the way . than their ordinary kin. , , I these two extremes leave "no room any designated the state fish of California. The State Assembly ha. 1 poppy, 1 the slate flower, and bear, the stiite symbol- AGAt ROGER ICES in prices since April 1 3.5% Kroner liclil the line on meal prices cosls sulvuiicotl to new highs, and 'when OPA expired. Kroner was many other breads increased from lc' tuiionrf the first lo reduce ilie prices u> 3c n loaf. Now we bring you big re-' on citrus juices. Kroner held (he line duclions on other important items, oil breiui prices even though- recent Again, it's Kroger jor better values! atoes Kraft VelYccta Was 93c CHEES Now 2-lb. Loaf Kroger Evaporated Mill/ Was NowlTall rliLlV 3/or37c Extra Std. Quality WasISc Now Firm White Hog Was $13.50 Now 50-1b. Chcvcl American Now 2-lb. Was 89c Loaf Popular Brands Were $2.10 lit Slow $1.99 •) J V-8 Cocktail Was 32c V-8 Cocktail Was 17 c JUICE V-8 Cocfci JUICE Wondernui OLEO Pure Hog LARD Pure Hog Now 46-01, Can Now T No. 2 SALAD DRESSING New Kroger, a Tastier, Brighter Color Salad Dressing. Pint BREAD Krojjcrs Fresh White Twisted Z Lnrjju 20-Oz ACc Uwvcs *V In spile of highest 1'lour tosls in years, loduj's price on Kroner Bread remains lliu Clinic! Was 45c Now Now 4-lh. Cin. CIIOCOI.ATK COVKHIC1) PEflNUTS ; IIOMOOKN1/KI) Was 2.39 Star Preoared Now 8-iL. Ctu. '*: 1,97 S VVere Now No. 303 79c Jar Ruby Unpeeled Wcrc No. Jar Was 20c APRICOT Waaner APPLE SAUCE N °" 2 £2 35^ Family Brand Pinto B TA tSf Were Now *} No. 2 EAra3 2 jor 23c French Style Were 17c mm BEi Choice Kadota ri/*£ Were Now No. 2'/ 2 NUJ 34c Ja, Country Club Strawberry Were Now 1-!b. 59r Jar Now No. 2 PEAMUT BUTTER Q ,::; KlUXilCK'S SAl,TKl) SODA CRACKERS ':: LAKCK SWEKT KROGER PEAS S; OKI, ft] A I/ NIMLK'l'S CORN ™ S'l'OKKI.Y'S DICICI) CARROTS N( U l-'ANCY CALIFORNIA TUNA FISH N %?„; TIIK NATIONAL JOY SAIOKI-: PRINCE ALBERT (iOLI) DOLLAR VINEGAR 't; COUNTRY CLUB 15 CORNFLAKES W1I1TI-; CREAM CORN MEAL TWO U O/ IM 23 C 19 15 12 39 SI.Ill KUOUKR'8 I'LAIN OK SUl.t'-RISINC; Tilt IAs 25 LI) -t • Ituii l«1 NC; 4.25 ARM & MORTON'S TAItLE QflB T : 21 o z OHLI |. kK . VANILLA, TOWN TAVERN COOKIES ,;'. ASSOKTEI) SANDWICH COOKIES ';;; iMARSHMALLOW HLOSSOM COOKIES 7 Z DKVIL'K TOOl) CRUNCH LAYER CAKE , 21 C 21 e 19 C 53 C Krogcr's Hot Dated Roaster Fresh $112 MINIMUM BONE . . _ MCfE SOIID MEAT Krogei-Cut Chuck Roast\ gives you MORE MEAT/ .... LESS WASTE ( Tlio Kroger mclliod of cullincj beef assures you o clioicu cen- ler cul, minimum boric. Sweet Juicy Florida •Kros,cr-Cal Chuck Roast .. lb. 47. U S GovcBfiiTKiH Graded "At Mesh Bag SLICED BACON Swift's Premium or Armour's Siar lb. pl/NCAN CO'fEl COMPAN" SOASTtSS «LSO Of MASYIAND CIU8 AND BRIGHT AND tABlV CO FINK FOR STEWING Swift's I'l-i-miiim or Armours Slur PLATE BEEF „ 29 ECLCGNA FRESH DAILY c.,/,v, ,-.c- GROUND BFEF, 35 rftfiNKS SMOKED 1MCN1C MMIII»W HAMS U). w* cVi iVTc 111 1947 FKKSII i)uv:ssi:i) i bLLkl« FRYERS ii. 59° STANDARD an n , ,n, us OYSTERS I tOC X % wiHGSi 145" mm? BREASTS „ 87 C ™»'™"j__ BACKS NECKS ,,,29" PURE LARD ,„. 45' ,„ 29 C „, 39' ,„ 79 ttulk AQ C Hi. *0 LEMONS STRAWBERRIES ENGLISH PEAS GREEN CORN GREEN BEANS POTATOES SPINACH FRUIT BASKETS Fresh Juicy California Sunkisl Rich Red Ripe Home Grown New Sweet i Tender Mississipr. 4 Necw Sweeet Tender Texas Tender Florida I^rcsh „ Ibs. Ibs. 15 fc 39 C 25 C U. S. No. I Quality Washed Calif. Whites Fresh Washed Curly Savoy 10 lhs • Vlbs. Full Season Fruts Nice Mother's Day Gifts Ea. 10 C 3- 90

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