Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
-1 lit i HBRIDGE July -The Herald Family Frozen fish industry faces over-abundance By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Consumers are finding some frozen fish and seafood bargains these days because of an overabundant supply at the wholesale an Associated Press spot check shows The whole industry is faced with an overabundance of the produce in the freezer said Si Stern of the Ludnig Shrimp Co of which sells shrimp for a fleet operating out of Trinidad There has been a backup at the wholesale level Prices are actually below production Stern said Monday Government experts on the subject reported that wholesale prices were down about 15 per cent in the past four months There should be some pretty good buys in seafood in the weeks ahead said Hank a market specialist for the National Marine Fisheries Service in Mass Other market specialists said part of the reason for the large supply increased consumption of fish during last year s meat boycott People ate more fish and the people who process seafood increased imports this year to meet an expected de- mand that never materialized A spokesman for the Citarella fish store in New York City said the price of fresh fish had stayed about the but the price trozen items had declined during the past two months Stanley Cocks director of international sales lor the Union Fish Co in San Francisco said there were decreases in the price ol shrimp and cod 'Some items haven't changed but others decreased close to 30 to 40 per cent the wholesale Robert O'Donnell of Standard Fisheries Corp in San Fran- cisco said goes seasonal There hasn t been any trend down in price so far just a lot of talk A federal market specialist in Gloucester said fish prices had risen steadily since 1969 David Poll a consultant with a Miami firm said sea- food industry as a whole has been overpriced for about two vears because ot panic buying by people who thought there was going to be a shortage A spokesman for Pathmark supermarkets in the New York metropolitan area said fresh cod fillets went from 79 to 59 a pound recently sea scallops went from 29 to 39 Frozen smelts went from 59 to 19 per he said Joseph Hair Styles All Your Hair Needs At Prices You Can SUMMER SHORTCUT and UNI PERM ONLY 20 All Colors and Perms include Shampoo and Set JOSEPH. 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Phone 328-7366 Ann Landers THE BETTER HALF By Barnes Dear Ann I have something to say to the 19 year-old girl who says men drop her when she refuses to go to bed with them Most men. especially are not libertines I have no doubt she has been propositioned but she probably behaves like Purity which in this day and is ludicrous If a girl wants to keep a boy friend and is not interested in shacking she should explain that her moral scruples won't allow her to sleep with him and it has nothing to do with how desirable he is Most men will respect her for it If they then she hasn't lost much Bed-hopping is not for those with fragile egos or high principles I know because I've been there Dulcinella Dear Thanks for another testimonial My mail reflects that more and more women are beginning to realize that what they thought was sexual freedom turned out to be There s no such a thing as a free girls Dear Ann I read with interest your recent ac- 4 4 Dresses Pant Suits Long Gowns Coats Jackets Slims Pant Tops Girdles Swim Suits Brassieres Shorts Basques Skirts Pyjamas Sweaters Blouses Capes Freshen your Summer Wardrobe with bargains from Mayfair's count of Happy Kid He was lucky to have a dad like that I'd like to tell you about the thousands of kids who have no dads They are the most un- derprivileged youngsters in the world Who will help them find their places as adult men7 There IS help for them It's an organization called Brother This group is com- posed of men wh6 offer friendship and guidance to one fatherless boy No fee No pay Just friendship A Big Brother talks things answers questions He takes little with him for the day or the evening Maybe on a hiking to the a baseball game or to a museum Please tell the world about Brother little kid is waiting A B.B Dear I know of the wonderful work of Big Brothers and I am happy to pass the word A no nonsense approach to how to deal with life's most difficult and most rewarding arrangement Ann Landers' What to will prepare you for better or for worse. Send your request to Ann P.O. Box Illinois enclosing in coin and a self addressed envelope. new secretary is o living doll and has lots good but you may get to like her anyway of Dismal clashing colors introduced for winter PARIS Marc the couture designer of the House of showed a monumental cool-weather collection and the basic design could be summed up in one word Big The huge artist's smock as either a three-quarter jacket or coat goes over skinny cuff- ed pants and printed full shirt- dresses The smock comes in garbardme and even pink many with a big collar and cuffs in beaver or fox This fashion is sup- posed to be taken seriously The colors are far from gay and are mixed relentlessly un- til nothing matches Camel FINAL MARKDOWNS GREAT SUMMER STYLES from Camm's... A Selection Of Lovely White Sandals FLAT HEEL SANDALS In White with matching heel Jute trim Sensibly Priced at Nt refunds or eidunfes on site items Closed Wednesday iftemoon. Open Thws. nd Fri. until 9 pjn. MAYFAIR VOGUE LADIES' WEAR 311-5th St. South and brown go with maroon and black A beige fox- trimmed jacket has abso- lutely nothing to do with the royal blue and black dress underneath Dismal but new-looking are the mid-calf knitted capes in black and brown that come with huge gathered hoods The hoods are intended only as the models wear the tight suede berets Bohan likes this season The shirt-dress is belted at the waist and is full from there down Sometimes it ties at the neck Otherwise the cress has a cowl Sleeves are either puff- ed to the elbow or loose and flowing Dinner clothes are shorter Bohan shows lots of tidy little velvet suits that just cover the knee with white frothy blouses Relaxing day With the persistence of steaming hot Lethbndge residents are seeking the coolest places possible. Herald photographer Walter Kerber finds these folks relaxing by the peaceful waters in a secluded spot along the shores of Henderson Lake Court ruling appealed granting farmer's wife half interest of land WINNIPEG Frank Kowalchuk of Man has appealed a lower court ruling which granted his wife a half interest in part of the land to which he holds title and to farm machinery and equipment Chief Justice A S Dewar ruled April 8 that Katie Kowalchuk manned in 1938 and separated from Mr Kowalchuk in was entitled to a half interest in two of three sections of the farm as well as a half interest in the machinery and equipment because of work she put into the farm during the years of their marriage Two previous court decisions on women s property rights gained widespread publicity throughout Canada The Supreme Court of Canada last October upheld an Alberta court judgment denying property rights to Irene Florence Mur doch who separated from her husband after 25 years on the basis that her contribution to the family ranch at Nanton Alta was no more than could be expected from a rancher s wife The Alberta Supreme Court earlier this month however awarded a divorced Barbara Ann Fiedler half interest in a farm she had helped her husband maintain during a 22-year marriage LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE 1234-3rd Ave. North REGULAR WED. 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