Historical Art PhotoNews Posters Circa 1946 - 1952
Offers Always Considered
$44,000 In Chinese Money For One U.S. Dollar!
The Federal Budget Dollar
1. Inflation in China has reached astronomical proportions. Here a shopkeeper's daughter shows a U.S. $10. bill and its Chinese equivalent on the table. 2. A grocer's clerk wraps us the day's receipts - just a couple million! 3. Meat is high in U.S., BUT a pork chop in China costs a trifling $15,000.
The above chart visualizes expenditures of U.S. Government, as outlined in Pres. Truman's speech to congress, showing what our tax money is to be spent for, and where the money will come from.
Wage Freeze Announced With Grins
Wage Chief Cyrus Ching (right) and Price Director Michael DiSalie appear to be amused by newsman's questions as Ching announces a national freeze on wages at the highest level they reached in the period Dec. 25 January 25. The first blanket orders fixing wages and prices are expected to be modified soon.
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