The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 10, 1975 · Page 36
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April 10, 1975

The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 36

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Page 36-THE HERALD, Prove, Utah, Thursday, April 10. 1975 FOOD BUYERS BILLBOARD W3? 1 (TpKf* Atlanta Boston Buffalo Cheyenne Chicago Cincinnati Concord, N.H. Dallas Detroit Grand Rapids Honolulu Jacksonville Little Rock Los Angeles New York Phoenix Philadelphia San Diego San Francisco St. Louis Washington MILK per quftt 1 ,52 .40 .42 .47 .43 .48 X .44 .49 .39 .60 .53 .49 .36 .44 .51 .41 .36 • 37 .50 .47 EGGS par dot . .75 .69 .77 .77 .69 .49 '69 .54s .69 .73 .95 .59 .73 .59 .79 • 59 .69 .63 .65 X .69 GROUND CHUCK Ib. .69 .98 .89 .89 .89 i $1.09 .99 1.18 .98 .99 .89 1.19 .98 .59 1.19 .89 .99 1.09 .73 1 19 .99 LOIN END PORK CHOPS $1.79 1.69 .88s 1.59 1 59 .99 .99 1.09 1.08 1.19 1.19 ,99s .99 1.69 1.29 .99 .99 1.59 1.29 1.69 1.15 f»t ACHES 29oz. can .59 .63 .65 .61 .61 .63 .63 .56 .52 .59 73 59 , .61 .51 .69 53 57 .55 55 • 59 .65 FLOUR Sib. bftg .68s $1.09 .95 1.11 1.09 .99 1.09 .92 .88 .89 1.19 j .97 99 .97 1.29 .79 .89 1.03 .95 .98 1.05 ORANGE JUICE CON. t 01. ,30 .33 .33 .25 .35 .37 .27 .31 • 33 ^33 3/$l. .30 .35 .24 .35 .27 .33 .34 .35 ,33 2/.69 SUGAR S Ib. bag $2.39 1.99 1.77s 1.89 1.89 1.67 1,91 1.75 1.65 1.73 1.89s 1.89 1.79 1.92 2.49 1.69 2.09 1.98 1.89 1.99 1.99 YEUOW ONIONS 5 tb. $1.10 1.29 .69 1.25 1.48 1.32 .79 • 95 3/.69 ,99 1.00 .49 .95 1.15 3/.S5 .69 3/59 X 3/.49 1.25 59 f> S.1 p p f i H I X FOOD BUYERS BILLBOARD shows prices in 21 cities in Honolulu than across the United States. Food prices, in general, arc higher in most other American cities. UPI Telephoto Screening Results Announced SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) Doctors have announced the results of the first statewide screening program designed to combat Tay-Sachs disease, an always fatal genetic disorder that afflicts Jewish infants. "In five years we hope to bring this disease almost completely under control," said Dr. Michael M. Kaback, state director of the project. Kaback told a news conference Tuesday the program "may establish vital principles for similar genetic disease prevention programs in the future." He said these diseases include sickle-cell anemia, which affects blacks; thalassemia, which strikes Greeks and Italians, and cystic fibrosis, which hits Caucasians. Kaback said the program tested 8500 Jewish couples in California. The tests started a year ago in Southern California and six months ago in the San Francisco Bay Area. The physician said 320 couples were identified as carries of the recessive gene. There were 47 couples who earlier had Tay-Sachs babies and were afraid to have more children. Twelve received genetic counseling and felt confident enough to have another child. The pregnancies were monitored and it was found that nine of the babies were free of the disease. Kaback said the three babies having the disease were aborted. He estimated the cost of care required for the babies, who would die of brain deterioration before age 5, would have been about $150,000. THOUGH THEY'RE LEARNING to paddle a canoe like pros, these Russian students don't seem to be getting anywhere. Learning the fine points of rowing, members of the Children's Rowing School in Novgorod, USSR, work out in canoes permanently-fixed in a shallow indoor pool. No Charges — Evidence Goes Up in Smoke PACIFIC GROVE (UPI) Three policemen and an animal control officer are out of their jobs because of marijuana, but there'll be no criminal charges against them because the evidence went up in smoke. Monterey County District Attorney William Curtis said that they had smoked marijuana obtained from the police evidence locker before the department moved to a new station last November. Flooding Threat Possible For Southcentral Idaho BOISE (UPI) - Hot weather this month or early next could trigger flooding along the Big Wood and Little Wood rivers in southcentral Idaho, according to the National Weather Service. Jerry Burdwell, service meteorologist in Boise, said rapid melting of the unusually deep snowpack at lower mountain elevations could cause flooding at Gooding, Shoshone, HaileyandKetchum. "We could well get into some situations in which warnings are required, "he said. 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