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WHAT A $10 BILL BUYS AT THE GROCERY Here U what $10.00 froutfht fn 1939 Here i?? what $10.00 huyt TODAY THE NECESSITIES OF UFE Tha rtecasiitiet of life hava long bsen thovght to ba f^od, vheltar, and clothing. WonnVh and good health are ario dsiir- abU. But rtow< it seemt, (omA modiFicotLon I* ^ndicatad- If we take It from the Naw Dealert^ fha mast nocft??firy Ihing in life rs govemmant and mora governmani. Food hai been ralagutad la lecond place. PamI S, Wlllli, president of the G/ffcery Monufacturart of Amaric^j Inc., r?citet thot in 1940 IhB notian spent 17.1 bim??i dollors far food and paid 13.7 billion In laKOB, while in 1950 food taok 52.5 hlUlon and fluffs about 57 billion. According to tha ffdorol autloya and toxaa now pro- |acted, taxai will outdistdnca food caati to an avan grearor dogree- Thaio Hgurai ihould ba In tha mind E>f th* hautewlfa a very time iha openi bar puna fn tha grocery florc She ii given to coo plaining obovl th# high ca>t of avarything. Does ihe remamber thof tha high