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Wechesday, .January.31, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wereserve the right to limit uantities. Prices and items effective at Kroger
TOP in Wayne, Macomb Oakland, Washtenaw, Livingston & St. Clair Counties
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Bre EDY"Akf BEEUSrlon TSte ak.....'-$1.*58 T-Bone Steak ...."........B..$1.68
TreBrafs LBUSGOTGRADED CHOICE U.S. GOV'T GRADED CHOICE
Drumsticks....... Sausage99....2.... Round $ 48 Porterhousie $U78

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HERRUD HICKORY HOST PLAIN OR GARLIC
Ring BOlgna..........-B. $1.09

LEAN
Park

%' LOIN SLICED INTO
Porkas
Chops .LB....
OSCAR MAYER HEAD CHEESE OR
Liver Cheese ..┬ź..W K 3

Steak LB
U.S. GOW'T GRADED CHOICE BONELESS
Delmonico Steak .... :!$2.59
PESCHKFE SLICED BOLOGNA OR
All Meat Franks..... WT VP 9W

Steak .z..... LB.. .fl
U.S. GOVWT GRADED CHOICE
Cube Steak .......: $1b
HYGRADE SLICED
Ball Park Bologna ......: $1.09

teak ..LB.....$89

Model Cities
gets 30 day
fundiilig
(Continued from Page)
services to over 10,00 low income
city residents at a nominal cost.
The various programs permanently
employ 90 people.
The city first learned the BUtD
Brant had been frozen on ┬░January
19. "The Nixon Administration
froze all HUITD grants In 'an effort
to lower federal expenditures,"
Larcom said.
Many city government "officials
originally hopeful that- the IHUD
fPinds might be released, now 'fear
the grant will be frozen indefinitely.
"The optimism _I had a week ago
has changed, to extreme pessimism
about the grant," Mayor Robert
Harris said.
Several council members ex-
pressed concern. over the: em-
ployes' present status. "We 'are
definitely committed to giving the
Model Cities employes at "least 30
dlay's notice of the situation," com-
mented Jerry De Grieck. (HRP-
First Ward).
Hadler qutestioned the Model
C i t i e s appropriation, charging,
"The expenditure is quite large. I
don't think this program has proved
fits worth."
Model Cities Director Herbert
Wingo said he was "cautiously op-
timistic" that the grant will be un-
frozen shortly. "We will have def-
inite word one way or the other
by Friday," he added.
The city administration, in con-
junction with Congressman Marvin
Esch, has been working steadily to
release the HUD funds. "Congress-
man Esch indicated he has had
no success in getting the grant re-
newed," Harris said.
Esch announced in late Decem-
ber the grant had been approved.
His office has since stated the an-
nouncement was not official.
Within several days the city will
notify all Model Cities employes
they "should be aware their posi-
tions will be terminated as of
March 4 unless further funds be-
come available."
IThe city administration reported
it will begin working directly with
Model Cities to determine priority
programs and possible funding
sources for these programs. The
administration indicated the city
could not fund the current Model
Cities programs across the board
without financial assistance.
City school
secretaries
hold walkout
(Continued from Page 1)
The strikers have no strike fund
at this point.
"It's going to be a hardship "for
them," Drake said, "but I have
contacted the international (team-.
sters union). Strike funds may be
forthcoming. "
As for the schools, with five-
sixths of the secretarial work
force off the job,. administrative
functions will be greatly impaired.
"We might think it's cute to type.
our own letters for -a few days,"
Steward said, "but after that we
are going to be spread out pretty
thin."
Cool jeweler
foils thief

(Continued from Page 1)
IHe has refused to tell police
his name, and was arraigned yes-
terday on preliminary charges oft
breaking and entering. Police say
firther charges are "likely."
The second man continued to
hold Pastor and" his family during
the robbery attempt, but left in a
car, which arrived some time later.
x.Pas -or's father managed to free
himself, his wife, and his mother,
Iwho was taken to Chelsea hospital
in "unsteady" condition.
The police say they have no
leads on further suspects, but add
that "at least two more men are
being sought in the thwarted rob-
bery attempt.
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Spray......

14-OZ
WT CAN

99

ASSORTED COLORS
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isu ..... 200-C

DISHWASHER - SPECIAL LABEL
Cascade 3-LB 2-OZ A
Detergent .BOX.

KROGER GIANT
White3 LOAVES
Bread.......
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With this coupon and $5 odd tiono! purchase
(excluding beer, wi;ne, & cigarettes) .I
CHEESE PIZZA
'1-LB LM"
V. lid at Kroger in Dci and East. Mch.
Mon., Jon 29 thru Son., Feb 4, 1973.

48-3ZLIMIT c
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Mon., Jan 29 I, hru!Sun. Feb 4, 1973:
PEANUT BUTTER.
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ON THE PURCHASE OF ONE OR MORE r~~
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Applesauce .............. 6

1-LB s
CANS

SHOWBOAT SLICED OR
Whole Potatoes .... 7 WTNS$

SLICED, CHUNK, CRUSHED
Mandalay Pineapple ....

51-LB
5 CANS -

EXCEPT BEEF AND CHICKEN N DUMPLINGS
Morton11O3 6
WT PKG3
.in ne rs ......... ....
CAMPBELL'S
Chicken Noodle & $I
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ANTISEPTIC

STEWED
Hunt's

5 14,2iOZ
Tomatoes.s.. WT SC AN S

1 j 1

$1 Listerine 1-PT 4--OZ 0 9
Mouthwash ..".....8W
$1 FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
125 SIZE FLORIDA
Temple '2 FOR
'135 SIZE
Anjou Pears ........"........ 9 FOR 99
U.S. NO. 2 TEXAS JUICE ORANGES OR
Grapefruit .......".""18 BG$19
p. CALIFORNIA 180 SIZE

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