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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta TuMday, October 1, 1974 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 17 Soft drink industry announces increases up to 20 cents Consumers fear shortages of sugar, coffee, as prices climb 520 FOODBASKET PRICES f- SEPTEMBER Average} Sirloin tip roast Wieners Centre cut pork Chicken Ground chuck Cod ftflet Butter Tomatoes Apples Coffee frozen peas Eggs medium Bread Whole milk Potatoes Pears canned Sugar Food basket rises slightly OurWinter BGDTS are arriving daily at Green's for Men, Women and Chi Joe GREEN'S SHOES DOWNTOWN ON SIXTH STREET Open Thurwlay til 9 p.m. dren By BRIAN McWATTERS The Canadian Press Fears of world sugar short- ages and the uncertainty of exports from International Coffee Organization (ICO) producers were reflected in food prices for September. A survey of 17 basic food items by The Canadian Press showed sugar prices up in six of 12 cities considered and coffee price increases in 10 cities. Earlier this month, sugar prices increased to a record a ton on the London mar- ket and dealers predicted shortages likely would con- tinue well into 1975. That has prompted the soft drink industry to announce price increases ranging as high as 20 cents. The prices of other sugar-related products, notably bread, preservatives and canned fruit, also rose in many centres. The 17 items in the market basket are priced in the same supermarkets on the last Tuesday of each month The items include one pound of sirloin-tip roast beef, all- beef wieners, centre-cut loin of pork, top-grade chicken, ground chuck steak, frozen cod fillets, top-grade butter, tomatoes, frozen green peas, drip coffee and apples. Also included are one dozen medium eggs one quart of whole milk, a 24-ounce loaf of sliced white bread, 10 pounds of first-grade potatoes, five pounds of white granulated sugar and a 24-ounce can of halved pears Some findings, compared with last month as well as the total price in September, 1973: Halifax: Coffee and sugar rose 26 and 38 cents respec- tively to and apples 13 cents to 53, and wieners 10 cents to 95. .Tomatoes dropped 11 cents to 38, ground chuck 10 cents to frozen peas nine cents to 39, milk three cents to 44, potatoes two cents to 93, but- ter and pears one cent each to 96 and 59 cents respectively. September food basket total of minus the available price for pork, was down from the in August. September 1973 total was St. John's, Nfld: Po- tatoes jumped 80 cents to for 10 pounds, sugar 40 cents to beef and milk one cent each to and 52 cents respectively. Cod dropped 37 cents to 92, coffee Houbigant "Quelques Fleurs' Light Floral Fragrance Houbigant "Quelques Reurs" has the fragrance of many flowers and is a popular favourite with discriminating women who wish to care for and to pamper their skin. 450 Dusting Powder Hand Lotion Spray Eau de Toilette 2.5 oz. Creme Perfume 375 Cosmetics, Mam floor A bonus for you With a minimum purchase of 5.00 of HouMgant "Quelques Reurs" you receive a gift of hand lotion and cologne in an attractive plastic travel case, EATON'S 20 cents to pears seven cents to 53, peas and chuck four cents to 33 and respectively, chicken three cents to 85 and bread two cents to 42. September food basket total was down from for last month September, 1973, total was Charlottetown: Coffee and sugar increased 30 and 22 cents respectively to and 37, chicken 16 cents to 95, apples 13 cents to 50, and wieners 10 to Tomatoes plunged 40 cents to 39, pork 20 cents to bread eight cents to 33, and peas two to 47. September total of was up from the total for August. September, 1973, total was Saint John, N.B.: Coffee in- creased 80 cents to peas 65 cents to sugar 19 cents to beef 10 cents to eggs six cents to 82, milk four cents to 49, and wieners three cents to Pork dropped 30 cents to cod 29 cents to chicken 24 cents to 68, pears 17 cents to 45, potatoes 10 cents to 89, tomatoes six cents to 49, and bread and apples four cents each to 37 and 36 respec- tively. September total of was up from the August total. September, 1973, total was Quebec City: Pork leaped 40 cents to beef 30 cents to chicken 38 cents to pears 20 cents to 75, apples 13 cents to 43, cod six cents to butter three cents to 92 and milk two to 39. Coffee dropped 21 cents to po- tatoes seven cents to 55, and peas six cents to 39. September food basket total of was up from for August. September, 1973, total was 63 Montreal: Tomatoes in- creased 10 cents to 39, pears five cents to 58, chicken four cents to 83, and bread three cents to 36 Potatoes plunged 25 cents to 54, beef 19 cents to apples 14 cents to 25, cod 13 cents to and butter five cents to 84 September total of was down from the in August September, 1973, total was Ottawa: Sugar rose 20 cents to and bread four cents to 46. Pork fell 40 cents to coffee 31 cents to beef 20 cents to potatoes nine cents to 56, wieners five cents to 89, chicken three cents to 65, eggs two cents to 73, and butter one cent to 93. September total of was down from last month. September, 1973, total was Toronto: Potatoes soared 88 cents to 77, beef 48 cents to apples 30 cents to 63, chuck 23 cents to sugar 20 cents to coffee 18 cents to pears eight cents to 56, bread six cents to 48, eggs five cents to 79, and pork five cents to Cod dropped 12 cents to and peas four cents to 36. September total of 67 was up from in August. Sep- tember, 1973, total was 04. Winnipeg: Coffee jumped 21 cents to pork and cod 20 cents each to and respectively, bread 16 cents to 64, sugar eight cents to 32, and peas five cents to 50. Potatoes plunged 33 cents to and apples six cents to 49. September total of 82 was down barely from the in August. September, 1973, total was Regina: Coffee increased 20 cents to sugar and po- tatoes 10 cents each to 49 and 79 respectively, chuck nine cents to pork six cents to eggs five cents to 84, and cod four cents to Tomatoes dropped 10 cents to 39, bread five cents to 27, and butter one cent to 96. September total of 53 was up slightly from in August. September, 1973, total was Edmonton: Chicken increased 15 cents to 83, eggs 11 cents to 90, sugar 10 cents to peas nine cents to 39, pork four to and pears three to 36 Apples dropped 14 cents to 25 and coffee 10 cents to 99. September total of was up slightly from in August September, 1973, total was Vancouver: Sugar increased 19 cents to pears 16 cents to 61, potatoes 14 cents to 93, chuck 10 cents to cod six cents to and chicken and bread four cents each to 93 and 52 respectively. Apples were down 13 cents to 26, tomatoes 10 cents to 39. eggs and peas nine cents each to 78 and 40 cents respec- tively, and milk one cent to 48. September total of 80 was up from 16.41 in August. September, 1973, total was Women protest changel lin emergency shelter EDMONTON (CP) A group of women protesting changes in the operation of the women's emergency shelter here have decided to remain in the old shelter which closed Sunday. The shelter closed when its government grant ended after it was declared inadequate by the city health department and the operation is to move to another building. The residents were to stay at the single men's hostel until the new building was ready. However, a group of about 15 women, who went to the hostel Sunday, said they would not stay there, and returned to the old shelter. They said male residents of the hostel were harass- ing them, and they were also unhappy with the rehiring of a woman who was dismissed from the shelter staff two weeks ago following staff protests and manage- ment dissatisfaction with her work. Fourteen of the women who have been staying at the shelter signed a letter to government officials asking for more suitable shelter arrangements. Shop Wadnaaday from to Uaa your Eaton account Buy Una 328-8811. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "Lincoln's been hidden away so long in that dark secret compartment that doy'ight is making his eyes blink." If you art not a member of Weight Watchers- Have a meeting onus! Sept. 3Oth-Oct. lOth. 19 you are overweagnt. you're invited to visit a meeting dunng NaUona) Open Meeting Month. September October You'll receive a FREE WeigM Program 7-OAY MENU PLAINNER- 21 complete meals like the ones enjoyed iy our members while we help thetn lose weight There's no obligation to join! Call us Jor the time and place o? the open meetings in this area. FOR MORE INFORMATION. CALL >06124 (TOLL FREE} OPEN MEETINGS IN LETNBRID6E SI. Aililllii'i MjUcn Cfcifdi Tmfif, Orttfcor 1st. 8fb tN ISA WEIGHT WATCHERS' .3e in June... this canonical ice madewith oarooera These days, thrift is the byword in the kitchen But economical meals can still be tasty and exciting... especially when you bring out the extra flavor with Alpha powdered skim milk Meatballs 174 CUP water cup Alpha Skim i Jeaspoon sal irt leascron jeaspron allspice itaspoon cloves cue dry bread aumte CUD Jmely chODped onion oound Tutored pound tea" mooed 2 ial Combine water and skim milk powder Beat in egg and seasonings Mix with bread crumbs, onion anrj meat Form in 24 balls about inches in diameter Brown meat balte on all in fa! Remove from pan and dram Sauce 3 laWespoDtis HOW cur Atotis 2 cues cold i >2 stssooon Oram all but 1 tablespoon fat from pan Blend flour wth fat Gradually add 1 cup water Combine remaining water with skim milk powder and salt Add to sauce Stir and cook until smooth and thick Add meat balls and simmer 3 minutes 4 servings "The family of Quality Products' MILK ;