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August 28, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 22

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E Aug. tt, )*52 CNj r.loV«-0»ittl*. M««on Cliy, la, Chinese Must Pay Soviets High Price By U N I T E D P R E S S A ;cynic once remarked thai everyone has his price. 11 may be asumcd in Russia's dealings with RcJ China, (he men In the Kremlin also have a price, Aiul the 15-mnn delegation from Peiping now in Moscow undoubtedly is finding it high,. The announced purpose of. the Moscow negotiations is to broaden the military nnd economic collaboration between the two powers. Unfortunately for tho Chinese Reds, the Hussions'appear lo be in the §trongcr bargaining position. Moscow never has been noted for the modesty of its demands wheijj given the upper hand, 1 Complicating the position of the Chinese negotiators is the stubborn stand taken by the United Nations in Lrjc Korean Inicc talks at Pan- hiunjoin. The Chinese .seem caiighl betw'ecn two alternatives, each bearing a high price lag. Either Ihey can accept (ho U. N.'sjTcfusal to return some 30,000 Chinese prisoners fit war who have renounced Communism and with it a }pss of face which would reverberate throughout the ..Orient; or they^pn ask continued Russian war aid-fat whatever price the Russians' wish to put on It. . Oifp published figure has placed Russian war aid to China at ?25,- OOO.QOO a month, , Il^may be assumed the Russians are asking something in return. ..ll^mny also be assumed the Russians' are placing a high price on their financial and technical.aid In Ihe Industrialization of Manchuria and ^on tho part they will play in strengthening the Chinese-Russian mutual aid pact against a resurgent Japan. · How stiff this price might he- was demonstrated by Russian demands during negotiations over the 30-year pact of friendship, alliance and m u t u a l aid signed in 1050 before the situation wns complicated cither by Ihc Korean war or the Japanese peace treaty. At that lime Russia demanded! of its great and good friend: A labor force of 500,000 jp en to,bc, m a d e available to the USSR for an indeterminate period. Control of. key Chinese ports) which would,allow Russia lo domi-! fjalc completely the Yellow Sea. Some 8,000,000 tons of foodstuffs, mostly grains. Far-reaching cooncessions to minority groups in Northwest China, mostly non-Chinese Moslems closely a k i n to others already under Russian rule. V The Chinese refused lo give up control of their ports but apparently did make sonic concessions in Slnkiang Province in the northJ west. He'i FlnUh«d DODGE, Neb, UP-Charlcs A. Vrba decided to retire after 40 years' service on the volunteer fire department and 10 years as chief. "If you sec mo at (he fire house when the whistle blowa," Vrba told friends at a testimonial dinner, "please tell mo my limo has been served and send rue homo." CREAM BUTTER THE FLAVOR Dlitrlbuttd by , STATE BRAND CREAMERIES, INC. ^ " , (, f i ^ .. ' j Pork Roast L*«n Boston Butt CQ pound ' 9 3C Beef Pot Roast Dtckir's U. S. Good pound ·MEATS 5 Ground Beef Frcih L«in ( CO*. ixfnd ..; v .s ! ( .03C Spring Chickens Riady for Iht Pan cry f\ f f^ .pound w / w rt. ; Braunschweiger Dtckir's lowana, pound Picnics $2.89 Decker's ,- ' . Cookad Should»r Wi pound ein . . . . , , Ground Ham Loaf Grupp's Special r Q pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OwC D E C K E R ' S ABORTED Cold Meats Minced Ham, Spiced Luncheon M«at, · : etc. -- pound Sowing Hens ... 1952 Turkoys ... Lamb Cuts .. .Veal Culs X .. Fresh Frozen Fish ... MorreU's Special Lean Hamsl :- TRY GRUPP'SU. S. GRADED BEEF STEAKS * FOR .THAT OUTSTANDING QUALITY. 79 I FRUITS $ Pears 6 * Large Bartlett · f o r 2 'Sunkiat dozen . es Red pound Grapes 39c 67c 19c Acorn Squash 2 /L.arg* Ripe for Cheese Food Z Velveeta AQ pound box . . . . . . OwC Flour 5 Gold Medal pound bag 49c Pie Cherries 3 cans 69c Peanut Buller ;.. 39c Skippy iar .... Butter Yorkshire Farm . , . . AT COST PHONE 420 FREE DELIVERY SUPERETTE MARKET 1323 North Faderal Drive In and Shop Stock Up at Your Fareway Store for the Big Labor Day Holiday PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY and SATURDAY Peanut Butter ' CREAMY WHIP LUNCH BOX NEEDS... Pork* Beans VAN CAMP'S 2 Lb. Cans SELECT 1LB. Potato Chips . . KRAFT'S; AMERICAN Cheese 1 Lb. Carton Horn* Brand Strawberry Preserves 12 Oi. Jar 59 33 CUT-RITE WAX PAPER 125 Fr. Roll LUNCH BAGS for your HOLIDAY PICNIC BUTTER-NUT OR Folger's Coffee ADAMS' SWEETENED Grapefruit Juice KRAFT'S VELVEETA Cheese Food.. Our Store Will Be Closed All Day Monday Sept. 1, Labor Day · · · and SANDWICH BAGS Fresh Fruits Vegetables Yellow Globe O N I O N S . 5 Ib. OCn I Home Grown mesh bag Q C n l Jdb | P E P P E R S L for DC CALIFORNIA SUNKIST ^ ^-^ ORANGES 344 size . . . dozen 12* Washington Bartlett P E A R S . . . . . . . . . 14 Ib. crate Qi in ? 1 .411 Red 4 r rt G R A P E S . . . . Ib. I D C MINNESOTA RED OR COBBLER : ' POTATOES . . . . lOibs. FRESH Head Lettuce WHOLESUN FROZEN Orange Juice 6 oz, cans * I y 6 ox O 4 Con M M t Q jj -25 MASON CITY'S OWN } A §· Beet Sugar ... Jj JJ LARGE FAMILY SIZE KIX 5 PIECES DUBBLE BUBBLE GUM FREE MASON CITY'S OWN cfL ::, R BLACK RASPBERRIES l N G 14-or. llj. . Can Z/C 2 No. 303 *~± Cans Z7C KETCHUP HE1N z 14-ox. Bottle Pkgs 2?C Pillsbury CAKE MIXES GOlOtH VEUOW AHO CHOCOUrt fODOl MORREL'S BUTTER !bCl.b. AMAZO INSTANT PUDDING RATH'S SHORTENING STRONGHEART DOG FOOD DEMING'S RED SALMON V^c OUR LEADER BROOMS Eoch 89c NOJRTHLAND SWEET PICKLES 39C VAN GAMP'S GRATED 2 TUNA 6oz. cans 45c KING - NUT OLEO Pound 23c GEDNEY HOME - STYLE DHLS Quart Jar . . . 29c MOTHER WOULD ENJOY A HOLIDAY! Let Your Fareway Bakery fill all of your Bakery needs. We have a complete line of Cakes, Pastries and Breads for your week-end needs. We Are Featuring HAMBURGER BUNS Reg. Price 25c Dozen SPECIAL SALE P R I C E . , ..', t ....... 19 c dozen Try some of our Maple Maid LAYER CAKES AND CUP CAKES Large and Small A N G E L FOODS ·-- tender and delicious FAREWAY ICE CREAM SPECIAL You w f l l undoubtedly need some ICE CREAM for the long holiday week-end ahead. We Are Featuring THE LMGE 1 GALLON ECONOMY SIZE V A N I L L A ONLY Reg. Price $1.82 SPECIAL SALE P R I C E $ 63 FRESH FROM OUR FREEZER TO YOU We have ma n y different flavors in pints 'and quarts. FAREWAY Fareway Quality Meats U. S. CHOICE -- BEST BLADE CUTS fit M^ Beef Chuck Roast. n». 59 Tobin's Lean Boneless Rollets :...···';. ib. Decker's Tall Korn Brand Sliced Bacon · . . ib. Fresh Lean Bulk Pork Sausage ...ib, Lean Fresh All Beef Ground Beef Fancy Fresh Dressed Pan Ready Fryers . . . . 75 47 35 We Have a Complete Line of ' WEDDING CAKES . '" : and BIRTHDAY CAKES RATH'S BLACKHAWK SLICED BACON ENDS Lb. DECKER'S IOWANA ALL MEAT MINCED HAM WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT Ib. Decktr't low*ns C«nn«d R«»dy to E»t PICNICS 3 Vz Pounds each (V

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