Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 18, 1973 · Page 29
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LONDON (UPt) ^ fluaaiA ii giving th« ctftitAliatft tome obJ«dt'lesMfM M how to do buaiA^fli'^ tiusines^ at t whacking ptoflt^ that ia. The Xreriiilii'a experts have redeiitljr piitvMed two atHking eiitafiipWi that ititid Out among other leavMfitretatve deals. ^* ^ ^ Just been Mill negotiated by Moscow with the European Econoinic Gonununi- ty-^whtch Moieow incidentally does not ev^ reeoghiie^ involving the purchase of stirpius fiSuropean Mtter for hundreds «t millioni M mm, Russia is short oMNitter, and by going to the Cotnffltml^ has managed to leeulre sotiif mjM tons of it, or hair the Community's surplus stock. What is more telling (i that Moscow is buying it at a fraction of the price Communi* ty citizens have to pay. Taking advantage of the Community's priCbig subsidies and financing methods, the Russians not only get the butter they need, i)ut .they get it at throw^away prices, leaving some of the capitalist member governments wringing their hands in angry embarassment. The subsidy paid by the West is said to run to some f ISO for 220 kilograms. To top the story, some reports said that the deal was initiated by a French millionaire businessman, said to be GQlclbuffl Regist6r>/^oil, Gol^sburg. 1(1. Wednesdoy, April 18> 1973 29 a member of the French Communist party, which apparently la eirpected to benefit from the deal through discreet "contributiohs." fiefore this deal the Russians managed an even bigger one when they negotiated the purchase of American and other Western wheat supplies to the tune of some |2 billion. The Americans who negdtiat* ed the deal were reportedly left in the dark at the time about the extent of the Soviet agricultural crisis and the desperate situation in which they found themselves. The Americans, so the story went after the deal was clinched last year, might have been able to get a higher price in the face of the weak Soviet negotiating position. Only some time later did the real story of the Soviet grain disaster begin to filter through the curtain of official secrecy. RED£ WHITE FOOD STORES IN KNOXVILLE MELSAYRS SUPER MKT. IN WATAGA PETE'S RE!) & WHITE "2 IN GALESBURG PETE'S Red & White ^1 78S North Saminary IN WILUAMSFIELD YOUNG'S GROCERY ^^^^^^ Dubuque Royal Buffet HAM 5 $599 WITH COUPON IN THIS AD SWIFT BUnERBALL TURKEYS Hen 12-14 Lb. TOM 18-20 Lb. 59 C lb U.S.D.A. CHOWI ROUND or SWISS STEAK A29 Dubuque ROYAL BUFFET BACON 99c'4 GROUND BONELEB8 BOTTOM Round. lb. Round. lb. BONELESS TOP ^_ BONELE88 HUMP Round. lb. n*' Roostlb. n» 2?" • BONELESS SIRLOIN Steaks. lb. TIP STEAK ...B ^A9 XRAPT PHILADELPWA CREAM CHEESE RED <i WHITE niOZEM STRAWBERRIES DESSERT TOPPtNO—FROZEN Cool Whip L49c DESSERT TOPPING " DREAM WHIP 4«. m PLANTER'S PRY ROASTED Peonuts 12 ez. 77c FUN SIZE Mors Bars 16 oz. 69c DOLE ~ IN SYRUP PINEAPPLE Crushed ^ Chunk yi 211 PRINCELLA CUT YAMS c.„ m RED k WHITE PIECES fc STEMS MUSHROOMS . i^oJi COUNTY FAIR BROWN ti SERVE ROUS 3 Ti2 ^ RED & WHITE GREEN BEANS A 303 $1 Styl. Can. | READ'S . SAIAD iHH VLASIC WHOLE SWEET PICKIES .......0. 55^ RICHELIEU WESTERN DRESSING i .<!:?.!. H MARGARINE CHIFFON 2 1 Lb. QQc Cint. O 7 NABISCO CALIFORNIA RIPE STRAWBERRIES VINE-RIPENED TOMATOES FRESH FLORIDA SWEET CORN KRAFT MINIATURE -Pkg. .lO-Oz. Pkg. -Quart -7.0z. SNACK CRACKERS NABISCO MR. SALTY PRETZELS SEAL TE9T SHERBET SEAL TEST CHOCOLATE MILK .0. DISINFECTANT LYSOL SPRAY r" I I I 10 lb. a., $119 I With This Csup«n Oaad at U6 t Whit. 1^ Ex |iiiM April 21, tin J r caupoB • ^ I NORTHIRN I , TOWELS I I ^ Jumbo RelU $100 | • With This Coupon I Ooed «» Rfd * Whitt * 1^ iKplrtf April 21, 1?7| J m MARSHMAILOWS 2 "pr.'39< 12.0Z. GENUINE IDAHO BAKING POTATOES 69 29 5i59 99 c ( |0 %9 BAKER'S 39^ CHOCOLAnCHIPS 3';;^:M BAKER'S ANGEL FLAKE 49^ COCONUT ,40. P„. SH GALA IH DINNER NAPKINS Jit 2H BETTY CROCKER READY-TO-SERVE 1H FROSTING c.n 53^ No. 57099 Coupon GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 1 I I I I • Coupon BETTY CROCKER I I I CAKE MIX 3 89e With This CoufMn Good ot Rsci & Whit* I I I I 1^ ixplrw April 31, 1973 J r CouBon 1 HILL'S kROS. I I I COFFEE ^ Lb. Con $2^' I r I With This Coupon G9«fl «t R«d ft W^ito 1^ |«pirts 4^prU ai, 1973 J I I I I Coupon GRADE A URGE EGGS 39c 1 I I I With Thli Coupon and $9.00 ^Orftctry Purchaso I ^RtdtWhito Good April 19.30*3^ fT " ""COUFON*" ^ T I Dubuquo Royol Bufftt • , HAM I I Lb. Can $ I • With This Coupon I Good at Red & Whitt i £^ expir«» April 21, 197J J CFFECTIVE TUISOAY m\i 24 1971 WHERE ECONOMY ORIGINATES PREll SHAMPOO Un HAN ')000 r^EHSON Al DEODORANT I IVORY $1071 1 on I'OWDI H Three Diamonds WhiteTuna Mandarin Oranges DIAMONDS Mazoia Margarine GaymontSourSupreme Hi-CFruitDrinl(s FUS^O'RS BisquickForBalting Betty Croclter Pound Cake Angel Food Cake Mix CROCKER nj »«»f »n :M« ONIOM,QARUC Dean S Dips BACON * HORSERADISH Coffee Mate WHITENER Ceresota Flour PURPOSR Ceresota Flour BAKINQ Recipe Dog Food KraftMayonnaise Gortons Minced Clams / ••01. CAN It 'OZ; CAN nco. IS-OZ. CTN. 46*02. CAN M-OZi nca. IS-OZi rKQ. 16-OZ. PKO. •-0Z. CTN. 11*02. JAR SS-LI. •AO 61c 27c 41c 39c 34c 85c 39c 63c 29c 67c $2» ^»123 1S*1/2.0Zi flQi* CANS tl -02, MR ••i/2*oz: CAN 45c 38c DOLL PINEAPPI DOMINO SUGAR L HU'.Mf I) • M I) N K • . 39 SOi I HI III BUNNL1 MARGARINE 46 DOMINO SUGAR GRANULATED c NescafelnstantCoffee Hawaiian Punch S Minute Maid Frozen "ISS^ Minute Maid Frozen "T^ GrapefruitJuice "^'^r^r-r Glory RugSliampoo FurniturePolisli '"•JSXS""" •COTT Bathroom Tissue Scott Viva Towels ROLL 3 FacialTissues "•"cVtSa""™ 4 PiilsburyBiscuits PiilsburyBiscuits *^ Tasters Choice FRECZE DRIED MotfsAppleSauce IdaboaiiPotatdFlakes 12*02i CAN 13c 12-OZ. CAN 9DC 72c 28c >j« Sits CAN 85c lA. 15c XSi Uc %Sk lOc •iff n>» ai-oi. JAR 41c as nw HILLS BROS.$ COFFEE : |69

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