Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas on April 8, 1975 · Page 35
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Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 35

Lubbock, Texas
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Tuesday, April 8, 1975
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Morning, April 9, 1975 Dallas Posts Highest Beef Price In Weekly Survey it.v JI:ANMC J.KSKM l'!M rood Kditoi- Bct'f prices wero slill hi^h I his wvi'k drsjiiio <m abiituliint sii]>|>ly. but ground chuck jvniMincd ;i t;nod buy in most eiik'.s fhuckucl in UPI's regular Mirvi'.v of basic- food prices. Ilij-hs of SI.18 or SI.19 per pound wore found in Dallas, .liii'ksimvilli;. V'lu.. New York and Si. Uniis, matching Inst work's SI.19 in Jacksonville, [•'or ihf fourth urcl; in a row. l.os Angeles reported .1 low of T>9 oiTHs. A Sun Die^o market iilso h:ul ground chuck at 5S cents n pound. In Atlanta, it was 6!) cents and in San Franc, 71! cents. Anyone wanting to smother bis Ki'iuiml eliuc'k in onions paid tlunvly for liieni in Chiea»o, t'he\'cnne. St. Louis, HOSKIII and Cincinnati, where a five-pound bag was selling for SI.25 10 SI.-IS. The lowest, prices reported were !!l cunts a bii^; in Jacksonville, Kin., and 59 cents in Washington, D.C Help is near lor shoppers clinching ix-st beef buy> on a cost per serving bans. New federal requirements due to take elfect April M that bed" graded tor iiuality also be graded for yield. A numbered scale will indicate Ivirnmins loss. For example, K ratio one will permit a tninminu loss of 20 per cent or lus.x, and «ratle five, the highest, will lose 35 per cent or min-e of its weight in culling and trimming. Under Ihe now stiindards. a consumer will be able to del ermine before buying how much edible meat can Ix; oliiai'ind fnini graded beef anything from a steak to a (ni;i!'u,T. ]i ;l )f or whole steci-. The Cooperative Extension Service of Cornel! University in New York City speculated thai uncertainty over the effect of new grading might push up retail prices of beef and cause chains to cut back their number ol beef specials, at least through late April, It also sain" a decrease in export demand for pork might lend to a small temporary decline in retail prices for pork. Chicken. American cheese and eggs offered economical alternatives to beef. At 88 to 99 cents a pound, even loin end pork chops were a good buy in Buffalo, Jacksonville. Fla., Little Hock, Cincinnati. Con- , cord, Philadelphia, Phoenix and Pittsburgh. : A Phoenix supermarket sold whole broiler-fryers for -14 cents a pound and a Washington, D.C.. market, for 45 cents. They were only -19 cents in Cincinnati, Milwaukee, Dallas and Birmingham, and 53 to 59 coats a pound in eleven other cities. The high oC 69 cents was reported in Boston, Concord, N.H., New York and Honolulu. Even at that price, oven-fried chicken was a good buy for cooks who make their own breading mix with crumbs, herbs, spices and butter or margarine. In Birmingham, a 12 ounce package of sliced American cheese: cost only 88 cents, ami in Phoenix, S9 cents, or about 15 cents for a 2-ounce serving. Even Honolulu's high of $1.29 per package worked out to less than 23 cents per serving, Grade A large eggs dropped to a low of 49 cents a doze.n in a Cincinnati market, and were only 49 to 59 cents in Dallas, Jacksonville, Fla., Phoenix and Los Angeles. Eggs for frying and poaching are best when they are very fresh. Sugar remained high, com- pared with a year ago, when a five-pound bag jumped from 89 cents to $3.60 in New York City. But 21 cities reported prices below $2.00 a bag, compared with last, week's 19 cities. The low of §1.65 in Detroit was four cents below last week's low of $1.69 in Pittsburgh and 10 cents below the previous week's low in Cincinnati. The frogfish has a nautral lure attached to its head. The hire in front of the fish's mouth, attracts hungry fish which then are quickly inhaled. AlSKAGGS ALBERTSONS DRUGS & FOODS - 1 „•"'. •,'."•'• . ;-' ••.>'H :; *-"-*r : S>'*j /.•/T. v •••• •v.v.^i^a •I''"'-:. ':''«^ w f^ :£v(V :• & M • *«»••»••••••••LA i »/>> tVs-: ^h. • ^3r f >, USDA CHOICE U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF HECKERBOARD FARM CORNISH GAME HENS BONELESS TOP U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF ROUND STEAK LEAN NO WASTE CUBE STEAK CHARCOAL-BONELESS U.S.D.A.CHOKE BEEF STEAKS , HORMELL'S - SMOKED FRANKS F ^ ETAH \ * 4 1 Ql WRANGLERS a , $ 1 19 ' SMOKED HORMEL CENTER CUT CHOPS PORK CHOPS RATH JA«i LUNCH MEAT HI i49 cl KRAFT'S PHILADELPHIA CREAM m . CREAM CHEESE i47 cl «50 if i^i' v- v* USDA CHOICE >-" ./l?^. , CHOI BLUE BONNET 1 IB. QUARTER '-r '*-. AURORA TOILET TISSUE ASSORTED & SOFT PRINTS DISH DETERGENT CASCADE 35 OZ. BOX SEVEN SEAS LIQUID DRESSING 000 ISLAND&CREAMYITALIAN BBQ BEEF BRISKET1^™ J2 49 OLIVE LOAF :™ I1 45 BBQ LOAF - , $ 1" CHEESE -r. ,, $ 1 75 JANET LEE ALL FLAVORS FRUIT DRINK 460Z.TIN JANET LEE WHOLE GREEN 160Z.TIN FOR ONLY TIDY CAT CAT LITTER 2SLB.BAG MCMKT we. Utt OZ. NAIISCO I STRAWBERRY "CREAM "PlES 8-INCH SIZE FROZEN FOODS HAWAIIAN SUGAR SWEET PINEAPPLE EACH CAKE DONUTS ~ 6 B DINNER ROLLS z*~ « 69 C ICCCr lAl^Px ASSORTED FRUIT FltlfO IARGC MEL FOOD CAKC=Zl 9 ICE CREAM JANET LEE ALLFIAVORS 'jGAl.SQ.... WHIP TOPPING JANET IEE 4'/2 OZ. PKG. CAULIFLOWE 3 WEST PAC. , ) WEST PAC. 8 OZ. PKGS. STRAWBERRIES TROPHY 10 OZ. PKGS. COOKIN' BAGS 4 BANQUET £4 ALL VARIETIES «P I 5 01. PKG.... | DOLE JUMBO SIZE TOMATOES l .*««!»»»« 3IBS. M 00 IDAHO POTATOES M0 :! !* K ! HG SIZE 2 IBS. 29 C RADISHES ««£«.?. 6 £. 14 4 GREEN ONIONS . T .?r..*»i«!y:«»« BU N?i° I4 c YELLOW SQUASH == tl 39* GRAPEFRUIT ^ 5 <& 69* WE WELCOME f U.S. FOOD 1 STAMPS f A SKAGGS ' ALBERTSONS k,, DRUGS & FOODS 3249 50TH . 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