Page 64 of May 19 1970 Issue of Avalanche Journal in Lubbock, Texas

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Avalanche-Journal (Newspaper) - May 19, 1970, Lubbock, Texas Tuesday tuning May 19 197011118001 double Gold Bond Stamps on wednesday vegetable Juke fruit cocktail food club cocktail 4602l can food club in heavy syrup no 303 can Orange drink store locations 50th Loston 1944 19th St Ca Proclo shopping far Woy Parkway mall 34th Quaker purrs family University cents town 4 country 34th ave h Center family Park 13fj slide Center Road 24th Boston Redbud Square coca cola or Pepper or Pepsi cola King size 6bottle Carton 35 Green Beans farm Pac us a graded a med Doz limit 2 dozen please thereafter 29 Jellorine ice Cream cake mix Wesson Oil 24 of bottle 49 to farm Pac assorted flavors v2 farm Pac assorted flavors Vij gallon f ice cube tray set eve ready flashlight paper Buttermilk farm Pac gallon removable Ca 2 desire 5w assorted colors and design 13 x 3549 dish Drain in and Drai Boord Model 422 health Beauty aids cottage cheese Van mid Boron Plain or i Kluun i assorted flavors 8 of Carton half half farm Pac 24oz Carton shampoo is 59 form poc pint Gorton 29 35 tooth paste Ultra rite family size Margarine 29 excedrin food club deluxe c f h1 quarters i cheese longhorn style Block us 79 noxzema skin Cream 10oz Jar 97 93 facial tissue lady Scott 1 f a 200 or Box fruits s vegetables fancy Golden Ripe la Corn yellow Florida ear 325 15 avocados each watermelons 12i oranges 5 Aniak Lorge if 111 i c univ hts medium la cucumbers 14 Lemons apples la 27 Zucchini Squash Green onions cauliflower 61 2t 29 28 54 pea Moss so w radishes 2 19 hard to win in response to apathy Dick West invents new game called ecology by Dick West Washington response to widespread Public another new Board game its called the game begins with just a few players but More and More players join the game As play proceeds until finally there 5s no More room on the Board for any More players however the game does not Stop at this Point More players continue to join the game pushing other players off the Board this phase of the game is called population con As each player enters the game he selects a which looks like a Small White Pill the markers Are placed on the Square labelled the goal game is to reach the Square labelled clean if however a player lands on a Square labelled air pol water pollution or garbage or if he gets pushed off the Board by the other players he is out of the game when it becomes his move a player determines his pro Gress by drawing a card from one of three stacks the stacks Are labelled congressional political promises and Volunteer Industrial Here Are the key cards Industrial Plant in your City volunteers to Stop burning waste materials in open incinerator Advance 5 Ralph Nader reveals that waste materials formerly burned m incinerator Are now being dumped into River go Back 5 spaces automakers introduce new electric cars that operate without exhaust fumes Advance 10 spaces Power commission reports that new generating plants must be built to Supply Power for new elec tric cars go Back 15 spaces Soan company announces discovery of the Miracle ingredient that gets clothes so clean they can never get dirty again yet leaves no detergent scum in the cites water Supply Advance 20 spaces i 7rajpll Nader reveals that Miracle ingredient in laundry detergent is Dot go Back 20 spaces hat resources of Federal appropriations committee reports that presi Dent s ant pollution program will unbalance budget lost next Ralph Nader proposes tax increase to finance anti pollution program return to us Industry hurting pressure growing rapidly for Congress to Clamp tariffs on foreign goods by Dean c Miller new York up some 950 workers at a uniroyal keds shoe Plant in Woonsocket r i their jobs april 3 when the slant closed Down under competitive pressure from far Eastern producers a Westinghouse color television Plant at Edison n j recently transferred its production to Japan and Canada according to Union testimony last week before t he u s Tariff commission the u n ions also said that a Sperry Rand com Puter Assembly Plant had moved its operations to Germany and Japan to seek out cheaper labor the House ways and Means committee heard similar testimony last week As it considered the Trade Bill proposed by president Nixon which while advocating free Trade suggested some restrictions on imports and some tax shelters for american business i after 35 years of pursuing Ai one world free Trade philosophy the United states is saying serious heed to High Drift advocates growing unemployment and business Cut backs Are rallying Points for the protectionists growing pressure free Trade advocates have dominated since the Roosevelt administration because theirs was considered the proper International stance gave american Consumers Access to relatively inexpensive foreign products and helped hold Down inflation few complained because the Economy was pros Pering and could absorb foreign Competition without squeezing Domestic labor and business now that the american Economy is Cooling and foreign Competition hurting the Job Market and store shelves there s growing pressure for Congress o Clamp on tariffs unions Are of the Way american dullness seeking cheaper labor discount store wins round on sunday sales Odessa a an injunction seeking to halt Sale of restricted items at Cooks Dis count store was denied monday by dist judge c j Milburn a civil action filed by Ector county atty Bill Mccoy claimed that Dallas based Sunda co operator of Cooks on sundays was a Sham and subterfuge o avoid the states sunday Clos no Law Milburn said he had no doubt that the formation of Sunda co is a device to get around the jaw but the evidence shows that Sun Daco is a valid a Sunda co stockholder j s Fichtner said the contract be tween the two firms provides that Cooks actually sell its inventory to Sunda co for a 24hour period in return he said Sunda co pays Cooks 75 per cent of the Gross sales for that Day plus other expenses Fichtner said the two compan ies maintain separate records he said Sunda co has the of lion of not returning Alt of the inventory on monday in such an event Sunda co would have to put up and pay the bal Ance when the inventory was determined exported Many production facilities to countries which of Fer it two provisions of the Tariff code allow u s firms to lend product parts to other countries for Assembly and pay Tariff Only on the value added portion of the product when Thev eventually bring it Back into the United states last wednesday three unions the International Union of electrical radio and machine workers the International brotherhood of e 1 e c to 1 c a 1 workers and the International association of machinists and aerospace workers complained to the Tariff commission about the situation they listed 19 companies that have shut Down or curtailed operations in the past year to seek cheaper labor mostly m the far East Germany and Mexico Many go to Mexico More than 200 u s electronic plants have gone to Mexico textile workers in the South Are losing jobs to the lower wage pates in Japan Taiwan South Korea and Hong Kong far Eastern textile producers have increased their exports to the United states by billion Over the last ten years Hugh b Fleming of pulse engineering Santa Clara told the Tariff commission the other Side of the Story he said his Plant which hires 500 workers in the California and mexican Border area would have to boost prices 10 per cent if Tariff provisions were changed and Secretary of state William p Rogers told the House ways and Means com Mittee last wednesday it would be shortsighted and foolish to erect import barriers he said it would Lead to an International Trade War open til Ankara peace corps volunteers join in Vietnam War pro tests save up to on new car Loans american state Bank member bottled water without the bottle for As Low As 7t a Gal purifier water no 7923341 conditioning co

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