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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday. October 11.1f74 THE LETHMIDOJ HERALD Food costs to decrease in year 2000 CHICAGO (AP) Salaries up by 177 per im- possible? No, not if you look into-the crystal ball at the year 2000. "And that is good news for the family budget says a recent report. Offering a glimpse of how 21st-century families will be living, the re- port from the financial ser- vices arm of Esmark predicts that income for a husband and wife with twp school-age children will average to today's Homemakers will delight in the fact that food costs will be down. "Approximately 23.6 per cent of gross income will be spent on filling the family larder, as opposed to 25.3 per cent today. Modern, automated food processing technologies will help bring food prices down. "Shelter will go up slightly compared to 1974. Americans today spend roughly 24.5 per cent of their income for hous- per cent will be spent in 2000." The forecast is for more of the family dollar going into savings, insurance and investments 25 years per cent. The probability of longer life will automatically create the need for meaningful retirement programs. R and R rest and recrea- figure prominently in the 21st-century budget. "With more leisure time and shorter work weeks families will earmark a larger share of their per to recreational ac- tivities. "Taxes will probably take a bigger bite from the income, simply because of an over-all increase. But, by and large, things look good for the budget of year 2000." Golden anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey A. Biisett of Cardston will mark their 50th wedding anniversary Thursday. An open house celebration will be held from 7 t 9 p.m. Saturday in the Cardston Stake Centre, Friends and relatives are invited. The couple has four children, Phyllis Slovak, Audrey Kesler and George of Lethbridge; and Alvin of Taber. Th_, have 15 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. No gifts, by request. Club corner notes The Lethbridge Chapter of the Sweet Adelines meets every Wednesday evening at 420 12th St. S. in the church basement from 8 to p.m. Women interested in singing four part harmony and good fellowship are invited to attend. If you are not a member of Weight Watchers- Have a meeting 1 onus! Sept.3Oth-Oct.2Oth. If you are overweight, you're invited to visit a meeting during National Open Meeting Month. September 30th- You'll receive a FREE Weight Program 7-DAY MENU PLANNER- 21 complete meals like the ones enjoyed by our members while we help them lose weight There's no obligation to join! Call us for the time and place of the open meetings scheduled in this area. FOR MORE INFORMATION. CALL ZE-06124 (TOLL FREE) Special OueetUeturo Buddy Victor Weight Watchers Area Director St Augustine's Anglican Church Tuesday, October 15th p.m. WEIGHT WATCHKSW I WE'C-T WATCHES or 0 The Lethbridge Home! Economics Association is sponsoring a textile workshop from 8 to 5 p.m. on Saturday at the Lethbridge Public Library. The workshop is open to the public, members are-in- vited to bring a friend. If suf- ficient response is not shown by Oct. 17, this workshop will be cancelled. For more infor- mation, call Fran at 327-8223. Blairmore United Church's Circle of Service will hold its annual fall tea and bazaar at 2 p.m. Oct. 26, in the Blair-more United Church auditorium. St. Patrick's C.W.L. fall tea and bazaar will be held Satur- day from 2 to p.m. in the Church Hall at 318 10th St. S. A tombola draw will be made. Lethbridge Community College faculty wives associa- tion will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Shannon Fletcher, 3610 Forestry Ave. S. Beverly Cooper will show slides on her recent'trip to Israel. _ S Hi Neighbour Club is spon- soring a welcome home dance for Linnea Carlson at Galbraith School gym (8A Ave. and 18 St. N) Thursday, from 8 to p.m. Fort Macleod, Pincher Creek, Granum, Claresholm and Lethbridge Old Timers, Pem- mican Club, Minus One Club and Whirlaway Club members are welcome. WET. YOUR WHISTLE A half-bottle of dry white wine costs less than in an Athens restaurant. MINK AND LEATHER GO TOGETHER Exquisite coats and pant coats that give you the best of both worlds the luxury of mink cleverly worked with the richness of butter-soft Leather! Black Cross, Sprinklet, Pastel, Pearl, Sapphire and Multi-color are the shades in Canada Majestic Mink. to For your convenience, use Canadian Furriers layaway or budge! plan. Your awfhorlted C RGFS Remember: If It's Great Fashion, It's At CANADIAN FURRIERS IN A TRAOlTfONOF QUALITY" PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDO. BRIDGE MIX fiRC CORN Lowrey's, 12 oz. Cream S Cream Style Roaedate Mot APPLE JUICE Western Family, 48 oz. Blue Label CAKE MIX Duncan Nines, White, Devils, Lemon DOWNEY Fabric Softener, 59 MO QXYDOL 919 King size fpj 1 COFFEEADD p 1SU SIDE OF BEEF VfllHIW VI mm 9 95 C 29 PORK SHOULDER STEAKS ........................_......................1 GROUND BEEF 7Q< Freshly Ground, Ib. ..............................................f BABY BEEF LIVER V APPLES 0 ORAN6ES SunkMVaft ONIONS Canada No. 1 Cooking, pkg. BROCCOLLI 4i99 3t49 .39 CHOCOLATE LAYER CAKE 29 DINNER BUNS ;