The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 3, 1955 · Page 21
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Some Romanians can beat the high prices o . food by getting on meal a day at low fixed prices factory canteens. But when the go out to shop for other neces,sitie it's difficult to see how they ca beat the fantastic prices. Producing More Romania now is producing mor of its own consumer goods, bi one still may have to wait a monl or so for a new model radio c Most clothing produced here is stil poor by Western standards, as we as expensive. About 25 per cent of the coun try's arable land is socialized collective farms, state farms an peasant cooperatives. Romanian officials recently hav been talking a lot about doing moi business with the capitalist Wes But what can the Romanians pa or give in exchange? The oil an uranium go to Russia and Western ers say even timber is hard to ge 406 W. Main Phone 3-4591 Copper and Chrome or Brass and Black NEWEST TREND IN STYLE SAVE $50 ON 7 PC. SET Only a special purchase, due to Wards vast buying power makes this saving possible. 10% down, Terms. 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