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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday,' February 15, 1973

Page ;:.. THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, February 1 5, 1973

NOW, A MEAT CO-OP

Beat
By KATHY LOOMANS

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Bethlehem Steel

Some sample meat prices at local stores

If you're tired (and probably
sick) of eating cottage cheese
and beans and peanut butter and
yogurt and grilled cheese sand-
wiches twice or thrice a day;
"meat" is something synonomous
with spring break and the re-
frigerator back home; . . . grit
your teeth and read on, for re-
lief, in the form of a juicy
steak, may be just around the
proverbial corner..
The Ann Arbor Meat Co-op, or-
ganized by SGC, has been op-
erating for about three weeks
with the idea of making a wide
variety of meats available at a
cost that even impoverishedastu-
dents can afford.
In conjunction with Sergeant
Pepper's General Store, 1028
East University, the co-op of-
fers over twenty varieties of
meat at prices significantly low-
er thar those of other r e t a i l
stores in the area. (See table).
The low rates are made 'pos-
sible by Ernie Ajlouny, owner
and operator of Sergeant Pep-
per's, who sells the meat to the
co-op at nearly wholesale pric-
es.
When asked his reasons for
doing so,i Ajlouny called his in-
volvement with the co-op ". . . a
sincere thing. I'm here with the
fagilities and enough time that I
can afford to offer a reduced
rate. And if I can do most of
the students a favor and let peo-
ple know we're alive at the
same time, we both come out
ahead."-
The co-op has no membership
regulations. Anyone may buy
through the co-op by picking up
an order form and directions

Item'

Hamburger
(20-30 per cent fat)
Ground Chuck
(20-25 per cent fat)
Bacon
Center cut
pork chops
Round Steak

SGC Co-op
.59 lb.
.93 lb.
.93 lb.
1.34 lb.
1.47 lb.

A&P
.88 lb.
1.18 lb.
.99 lb.
1.68 lb.
1.68 lb.

Kroger
1.08 lb.
1.18 lb.
.99 lb.
1.59 lb.
1.69 lb.

Campu;
Interviewu
February 27, 28

Prices include Michigan Sales Tax. Prices were as of February 13, 1973.

from Room 3X of the Union on
Monday of any week and re-
turning the completed order, with
payment, between 5 and 9 p.m.
the next day. The meat is then
ordered by Sergeant Pepper's
and is available for customer,
pickup at the store- the next Sa-
turday.
The fluidity of the coop is
evident in its loose organizational
structure.
Cliff Sloane, who is currently
SGC vice-president for the co-
op, went so far as to say that
". . No one person should take
too much, responsibility; every-
one should be able to work on an
equal level."
And when asked if this condi-
tion might lead to confusion
and inefficiency, Sloan replied,
"If people won't contribute and
work. for the co-op, they just
don't deserve, to have one."

At present the co-op is being
run by a relatively small nuc-
leus of people headed by Gregj
Batey,
The venture is completely non-
profit yet costs SGC nothing to
operate, since all labor involved
is donated voluntarily.
But the co-op is not for every-
body. In fact, Sloane has ex-
pressed a strong desire to end j
his direct involvement with the
co-op, leaving any organizational
duties to Batey . . . but then,
Sloane is a vegetarian.

TG
PHI RHO SIGMA
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8:00 Friday, Feb. 16
220 N. Ingalls
across from St. Joseph's Hosp.
ANN ARBOR
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phone for information 761-6515

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"Attacking the
e nergy polm

This is Big Rock Point. It's a nuclear power plant
near Charlevoix, and it's been generating electricity
since 1962.
Some people wonder why electric utilities are con-
vinced that nuclear plants like this are Qeeded. They
wonder why electricity can't be generated by just
burning coal, oil, and natural gas. So, let's talk
about it.
Michigan must have electricity for its industrial
economy. Perhaps twice as much in the next 10
years. There just isn't enough natural gas and low-

And although coal is plentiful, most of it contains a
lot of sulfur. So much that, with present technology,
we can't burn it and meet today's air pollution
standards.
One day the problem will be solved. But Michigan
can't wait until then. It needs reliable electric energy
today - and much, much more tomorrow. That's
why nuclear plants like Big Rock Point, Palisades -
and others being planned - are essential to your
future.

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