The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on May 7, 1959 · Page 8
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Thursday^ May V, 1959 tig Difference In Six Nations : or Plant Site By SAM DAWSON AP Business News Analyst (API— Americans shop- ng for a plant site in the Euro- an common market will find e six nations differ widely in Sany respects — taxes, labor ' sts, material costs, restrictions importation of raw materials, Ihd in the consumer market they frer. six also have many squab- j es among themselves yet to be ^"Americans should take into Account all the factors," says rfffest German Finance Minister jgranz Etzel. "Low wages alone jopesn't justify a factory site." "He refers to the often heard charge that Germany is a high vijage country compared, say, vith Italy. Other members of the Common market are France, Hoi- HSnd, Belgium and Luxembourg. ^ "There are wage differentials Germany, too," Etzel notes, tavaria has a lower scale than bes the Ruhr." |Germany has higher direct tax- than some of the others, but per indirect taxes—the partial- hidden taxes that add to the st of living in the long run but |pt necessarily to the initial pro- 'action of goods. ["This has been giving German producers a headache. "French steel is a problem," zel admits, "since it can be bid here cheaper than German can be produced. The rea- ns are many. French steel may be more modern. De- ijjj&luation of the franc gave them advantage. "But tax differences are the bief stumbling block. German 'rect taxes are high and French The French try to balance federal budget by high in- Irect taxes, while ours are low. ^"Because of the low direct tax " ~n steel production in France pmpared with the high one here European coal and steel com aunity has put a 6 per cent tax PART OF THE GROUP of 80 men who are conducting the campaign for funds for the expansion program of Sacred Heart Catholic Parish in Ottawa. The group is shown at a recent meeting' when the various solicitors reported. on French steel exported here, or some 30 to 40 marks per ton. We think the tax should be 10 per cent. "But this is another of the common market's growing pains that will be eased in time." Still another problem is the dif fering currencies of the six. Common money is the ultimate- 1 £ S £ X WANT A NICE LAWN? Then You Should Use Scott's TURF BUILDER I |jSeeds and Other Lawn Needs. MALOTT'S Switchman Hero Wins Railroad Scholarship KANSAS CITY (AP)-The rail road s w i t c hman who rescued three teen-aged girls from the Kansas River Saturday night will be awarded a scholarship by the Rock Island Railroad. Thomas E. Connors, 22, pulled the girls from the river after a car in which they were riding plunged from the 23rd Street via duct. A fourth girl perished. Downing B. Jenks of Chicago president of the railroad, told Connors that details of the schol arship "are to be determined by personal interview..." Connors has been a switchman for Rock Island five years. He worked for a while on a part time basis while attending William Jewell College. He then tried advanced work at the University of Missouri by commuting on weekends but the railroad deemed this unsatisfactory. A. W. Spillman, representative of the Switchmen's Union of north America, agreed to act as receiver for a fund for Connors. MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL! start-a-set 95 ladie ?; w $1A' overnight cases _|JL| (Regularly *19»5) They're Eating Crow In West Germany Now SCHONGAU, Germany (AP) "anger troops of West Germany's 2\v army are eating crow — as matter of diet. It's part of a toughening process n training for survival, given in 'courses for airborne individual fighters" in this Bavarian alpine region. A reporter for a Munich news- paper, Ernst Baeumler, visitedl the training camp in a forest neaj the Lech River. He reported the rangers live in tents made from parachutes. They are rigidly noiseless commando techniques. Cigarettes and alcohol are ra- ioned for all trainees. The menu is chiefly crows, game and fish. TV SERVICE KEEN COMPANY 114 S. 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Main RENO LOCKER PLANT » GROCERY STORE North Edge of Ottawa Prices Good Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday Wieners 2 Lb* 69c Lean Ground Beef 2 95 Round Steak Lb 69c Lean PORKiJBS L 39c Chuck Roost u. 45c BEEF RIBS i 19c Arkansas Cut-up FRYERS 69c JUNE PEAS Z For Z5C No. 303 Cans Van Camp's Pork & Beans No. 300 I IC FOLGER'S COFFEE Cracker Barrel Crackers iLb 19c Libby's TOMATO JUICE 46 Oz. OO,* Can A3C ASSORTED COOKIES P L ^ 29c Lb 69c CUSTOM KILLING TUESDAY STORE HOURS Saturday 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. Sunday 10:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. Rest of Week 8:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. A'P KEEPS MOTHIR HAPPY WITH ... "Suptr-Right" Quality Tender Roasts Full Rib Half Full Loin Half C to 7-Lb. Avg. S to «-Lb. Ar t . BIRTHDAY 1st Cut Rib Portion 1st Cut Loin Portion Center Cut Portion Fancy Oven-Ready 8 to 14-Lb. Average Hen Turkeys Lb. 39 Thick Sli. Bacon 2 ^ 95c Canned Hain.?3 c1 . 1 , *2.89 For Barbecuing, Small Meaty Cap'n John's Fresh-Frozen Spore Ribs u 49e Fish Sticks V^Kc POTATOES ' California Long-White New Fresh Radiihes or Seabrook Farms nv«"»»»'»'« •—...— Green Onions.. 3 ^ I4c Blueberries 3 12-oz. Assorted Colors Chrysanthemums ?«$l.59 Well-Flowered Geraniums ^ 59c Barbecue Wheaties Tuna Flakes Scot Towels AGrP Frozen Cut Corn, Peas or Cauliflower..6 V£ $1.00 A&P Frozen Peai & Carrots or Broccoli 6'£rlLflO Sauce,Old Southern Breakfast Ctrtd, Crisp Sultana Light Mflat 18-ox. Btl. 12-ox. Pkg. 6-ox. Cans White or Cobrtd 2 2 Reg. Rolls 39 25 35 ANN PAGE SALAD DRESSING QUART JAR Tea Bags "OwOwiTIn 100 Cwmiston Count CLUB CRACKERS Merchant's Supreme 1-Lb. GERBER'S BABY FOOD Strained Varieties IQ4V2-OZ. Cans ftlTZ CRACKERS Stack Pack, Nabisco 12-oz. Pkg. 2Q0 APRICOT NECTAR Heart's Delight 2 12-oz. Can. 330 Ma Brown GRAPE JAM 2 S' 39c IVORY SNOW Mild for Fabrics 2 Large Boxes 57 0 WOODBURY SOAP 5c-0ff Sale 3 Regular Size Bars 27C REYNOLD'S WRAP Aluminum Foil 25-Foot Roll KAISER ALUMINUM Foil, Quilted 25-Foot Roll 290 Serve Chilled 32-oz. Can Welch's Grape Drink Welch-Ade 29' Grapefruit -"- 2-45' Applesauce W 2 :29 C Star-KistTuna^3: $ 1°° MazolaOil sat r«59* dexo Shortening 3 £ 71° Brick Cheese <""• u..45 e •Yl* fm I For 12-of. 4A^ Niagara Starch ,17.«»19 C Floor Wax »a -79 C fMt CHAT ATUNTIC « Con fTA COMMNr Food Stores IBS9 ftKKRICA'S DEPINbABLE FOOD MERCHANT I9S9 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. All prices effective through May 9th.

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