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The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 9

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THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRfsBURG, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1948 ' PAGE THREE, SECTION TWO low But Sure Ho Shouldn't Kick CUSHION, I ml. (l'.l')-.-TlK- she-riff huiv ropork'd l i l t l c progress in .solving the "Guomsvy mysteij." A ilniry fanner called Ihe shi'iiff lo ri'pwl Unit his I'U'.lil-inontli ol'l (Uii'insey hoiler had been stolen. The fanner called a^ain the next da, A two-year-old Guernsey vow had been placed in his Iwinyan! during Ihe niKlil. TEST KITCHEN. Roled Rib Roast of Beef Sees Aid Failure Unless Europeans Abandon Socialism WASHINGTON, Feb. 5--U.1!-- Sen. C. Wayland Brooks, II., 111., said today that any European aid program will be "operation rat- hole" unless the western European countries abandon socialism. Brooks made an attack on administration plans for helping European recovery in a speech before the annual conference of American small business organizations. "Whatever we give them should be administered to create work and production by a separate organization manned by American experts now employed in American labor, agriculture and industry and not be administered by political hangers-on in government departments or bureaus," he said. Biooks contended that neither the State Department nor the armed forces L qualified to do the job. "The problem of creating incentive, work and production in western Europe is another major operation," he said. "Unless they change their socialistic plans and programs, unless they go to work and produce themselves everything we provide for them will be 'oper ation rat hole.' 'Wo matter what we give them, it will mean higher prices, higher taxes and will lower the standard of living of the already-oyerlaxed average citizen in America." The Daily Register, 20c a week, by carrier boy. It Pays to Read Daily Register Advertisements THEIRS WAS 'GKEAT' WEDDING. Homer McCarty, 80-year-ol ^reat grandfather, and Mrs. Esther Goudie, 76, great grandmother, were recently married in Salt Lake City. Their seven-month romance followed a meeting through an alumni bulletin of the Institute 01 Religious Science of Los Angeles. Housing Chief Hopes to vf m ^ imself Out of Job Uy HAKMAN W. NICHOLS United Press Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON. Feb. 5.--(U.R)-- , Tighe E. Woods is so wrapped up in his mission that he thinks, with any luck at all, he'll be able to work himself out of a job inside of tuo years. At least he hopes so. Place the Mayrosc Brand rib roast on a rack in an open shallow pan in a moderately low oven (325° F.) (Use no water.) A meat thermometer is the only true test of doneness, but the following table of "Minutes per Pound" is a useful guide. Minutes Per Pound 3 to 5 Ibs. 33 min. 37 min. 42 min. Minutes Per Pound 6 to 8 Ibs. 29 min. 33 min. 40 min. Internal Temperature (Meat Thermometer) 140° F. 160° F. 170° F. MAYROSE Home Economist REMINDER: TTio nano Mavioje identifies highett quality nea: product!, such 05 ... Maytow Pare Pork Somage, Mayroso Cello -Wrapped Fronti. and Mcyrojs Reedy-Serve Horn. Ask for them by name . . . MAYROSE. '. VQO L I M I T E D . T I M E H*.;-v-- ' ' , ~*v - w:'f X v f ' , ~ ' * *·* -"'- #V. O A ' T Y 1 PC .V*-- ,' '""'S'ksjSi \j j.\ L, i. j,^,^, - - .-. . £3*~ FAMOUS DRY SKIN TREATMENT^ "/' ISTEllUZED" /'" IC.K CRK I =/ M/;C/ 1L LOO ^ Q Q 3.0:) value for ^ /*"'« i.jjt \ f »ar Nii). jc."uc il ·ir\-lw!'l sii'i 7 ii"i""!' r ''-.- t% '"·· ' r . o * ' '' N I It '·ion i'-(l- ^ 1 " ]" "r\"»" " 151/rIl" !"*·( I". CKU\M J-PKCTAT. lP\l" - '» frames, lea\cs \o»r fkin s-oo!: r-1. *m^!^rL «ioi1«.u-ly icfrc-he^., Scr !l c t * i r f * * · i» i · · · * . i x - / - ' n * r / h ' T « T | i \ i l » f * i i i 1 1 nf**i A\ 111 1C ^ OW ' -Ttncp rvon nficr one ·uciks 11 c. I « K ! J % ) " - ^ N.f-»T cn:.\M I.MIIIIIIO *TM^ ) ( "'.'- yi)aiJs ntrajj^l prcir.aliuc fn c i".r~ .1 it "-T 1 . '»- a v n j iK) », i ---· n\iNni rt vs DRUG STORE O R D K U R J x n t R G , ILLINOIS Slate- o^x RAINBOW'S DRUG STORE " North Side of Square As things are now, everybody picks on the rather pudgy, good- natured fellow, who is the federal housing expediter. The fan mail he gets! Landlords say they'll be mad as hops if-he talks Congress into keeping the lid on rents until March 31, 1950. The people who pay rent will be sore if he fails. That takes in an awful lot of people. Now we know where Mr. Woods stands The harried fellow got a fresh haircut, put on his new blue suit and yellow sox yesterday and went to bat for the little guy. He appeared before the House Banking and Currency committee which is working over a bill that would hold the line on rents. Cities Are Crowded The committee sat in sour-faced silence for three-quarters of an hour while Mr. W. read a prepared statement. He said he realized there weren t many more people now than there were in 1940. But people are in different places--the cities, where it's crowded. And the government can't just shoo them back to the farm. Congressman Howard Buffett of Nebraska said why would people want to go back when they control rents in Omaha and don't put the lid on'in small Nebraska towns? Mr. Woods said it was his experience that people will live where they happen to have a job. He went on with some more facts. Since 1940, he said, folks have been getting married *like crazy. Instead of holing up with in-laws, they get a little place of their own, further complicating the housing situation. For Planned Economy .. . . Rep. Frederick C. Smith of Ohio looked down over his glasses from the committee bench. He wanted to know what is causing all of the shortages in building materials. And before the witness could answer, Smith asked him if he believed in planned economy--or, as he put it--socialism? Mr. Woods said, no, sir, he guessed he didn't. But he added that he looked at it like this: "The building of 900 houses was stopped recently because we couldn't get heating equipment in the Washington area. I would rather take some of the iron we need away from the auto manufacturers --and do with a smaller fender on my car. If that's planned economy. I'm for it.' 7 'Congressman Charles Kimball Fletcher of California, who used to be a real estate man himself, said he thought the government had gone into the business of rent control all wrong--from-the very first. Takes a Lot of Time Take his home town of San Diego. That city, he said,' depends 50 per cent on naval personnel. Or did during the early part of the war. And'when, he asked, do you suppose the government picked to freeze rents there? At a time when the navy was at sea, and rents were way down. Was that fair? Woods said that he supposed it wasn't, but the freeze order came in a hurry- The government, he said, didn't have time to run around the country and see who was home and who wasn't. Well, said Fletcher, the situation hasn't been adjusted--even yet Woods said his boys are going into that sort of thing--area by area. It all takes a lot of time. READING TO REMEMBER SINKING OF MAINE . READING, Pa.-- UE) --"Rc- j member the Maine,'' batUecry of 'the Spanish-American War, will jbc recalled by Harry Anders here Jon Feb. 15. the 50th anniversary iof the sinking of the U. S. S. ] Maine in Havana Harbor. Anders, now 73. was the first iPcnnsylvanian lo answer President McKinlcy's call for volunteers after that naval disaster. His brother Frank, a seaman gunner, vas lost when the Maine went down. Special ceremonies honoring the Anders brothers are planned this year as Reading, founded in 1784. j observes the bicentennial. . The isccnc will be an anchor from the Maine, presented to Reading by Franklin Delano Roosevelt when he was assistant secretary of the Navy. It stands now in Reading's City Square. Matfc in Reverse MUNCIE, Ind. U!--Essca Con nclJ reversed the old magician's trick and pulled hats out of rabbits. The 64-year-old foundry worker started a hobby of malting headgear for his friends. He Issued a standing offer to fit his friends with new rabbit-skin hats if they furnish the skin. The Daily Register, 20c a week, KROGER BEEF Fresh, enriched Kroger white bread ... made with twisted dough for finer, whiter texture. The best bread buy in town! BIG V/4 LB. LOAVES ACTUALLY LESS THAN 12c A POUND ·Cut Beef gives you more meat . * . · less bone...less waste! Kroger-Cut removes excess bone and waste before the beef is weighed and priced. Rib roasts, are not more than 7-in., steak ends not more than 3-in. "Cut by the ruler" gives you more meat, less bone and waste. It's top U.S. Grades of finest beef. KROGER CUT -- ROUND KROGER CUT -- BEEF -- 7 INCH RIB CUT mm F STEAKS . . - 79c 65c 55c ROAST Lb. Sugar Cured-- Short Shank--Small sizes Cut From Small Size Loins 47c PORK CHOPS lb. Cake of the Week Chocolate Nut Devil's Food LAYER CAKE PURE CANE Bulk or Carton 1-Lb. 30c Lard .. SO-lb. can $14*99 Packer's No. 1 Grade Sliced Bacon lb. 69c Top Quality Skinless Wieners lb. 49c No-Waste -- Boneless Perch Fillets lb. 39c "A Real Seafood Treat" Hcrshov Chocolate SYRUP FREE! 12-INCH PLASTIC RULER WHILE SUPPLY LASTS". " Flexible, durable . ... Ideal for home or school. The kind of .ruler Kroger uses to give you more meat - - - less waste. Get yours free ... at our Meat Department. 5-lb. bag....48c 16-Oz. Cans -- Campbell's PORK and Standard Quality -- Packed in Syrup SWEET POTATOES---'^lOc 16-Oz. Jar -- Pure STRAINED HOHEY *-35e I 7 C No. 2 Size ' - Galvanized Tubs «..,,,,» | .29 Each Sunshine Biscuit Company's HI-HO Crackers Kroger Graham Crackers Johnson's CLO-COAT Kroger Salted Soda Crackers ...... - 45 c Blueing BLU-WHITE Large Package LUX FLAKES 59c pkg. lOc Pkg. v^nre 15i c ormore*jpimil rj^nv * ^ Kroger Spotlight COFFEE 3 l-Lb. Bag FRENCH BRAND flitting Money into Circubiion Ever think of chjun stores as buyers? Kroger spends almost $600,000.000 a year on foods grown by the American farmer. And the farmer in turn spends this money in thousands of communities throughout the United States. Kroger helps to keep a lot of money in circulation. Finest For Cooking -- Large Red APPLES Z5c Fine Qualitv -- Texas Seedless Q1APEFRUIT 10 39c Northern Grown Cobblers--Finest Quality POTATOES, 10 lb. 39c S3.69 per 100 lb. bag Large, Fresh, Firm Heads · fe-iGgxaKpn Blfep , 4 f l A LETTUCE e " cb luc * Extra Fancy Hot House RHUBARB ib 35c Fresh Bright Fruit--Full of Juice KROGER MACARONI lb. 17c IVORY SOAP 19c Large Bar IVORY SNOW 2 Small Size Af ~ Packages Olv IVORY SOAP 8c Persona! Size Bar KARO BLUE LABEL SYRUP · i a f ? if. 1 r | i I VI ·

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