Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on May 26, 1971 · Page 10
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 10

Garden City, Kansas
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Wednesday, May 26, 1971
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Unleaded GiS Campaign Goes Over-Like Lead Balloon By JACK LEFLER AP Business Writer NEW YORK (AP) - The campaign to get motorists to use unleaded gasoline has gione over like a lead balloon, sales MAKE YOU LOOK LIKE YOUVE BEEN OUT IN THE FRESH AIR Only Love's new gels let your skin look like skin. With a glow. Your face looks rosy. Not rougy. -> ' v ,;,, Love's Gels give you t look that say* you've spent th« day outdoors. Even if you haven't.' Love's Moisturizing Ge/W is a pure, clear gel to use under our other gels or without them. It's not oily, so it can't look greasy. Leaves skin soft and smooth,.$3.00 Love's Face Ge/w | 8 sheer-textured, tar tee-through color all pveryour face. Easy to apply, it adds a natural, healthy look. In 6 shades. '$3.00 Love's Cheek Ge/w Is a transparent gel blusher to give you the delicate color of a glowing, real blush. In 4 shades. $2.50 L See all of Love's new gels at RENICK DRUGS NO. 2 SOUTH REXALL STORE 223 N. Main 276-7677 ' Love Cotm«tics by Menley & James figures show. Since no-lead and low-lead g a s o 1 i'n.-e s were introduced about, a year ago, their sales have attained only a small fraction of service station volume— estimated by one industry source at 5 per cent of total sales. Only. 1971 model cars are able to operate efficiently on most lead-free gasoline, but older models jjerform adequately on gasoline from which lead additives ^haye ; been partly removed—the' co-called ,lbw lead fuel.'" ' •"••" ' •. -.. :"•••' '' ' .• Service station operators report that many motorists shun the lead-free and low-lead brands because higher manu- facturing costs mean up to 3 cents a gallon more than for regular leaded brands. And the usefulness of the new gasolines in curbing pollution from aufos is challenged by some in the oil industry. Some in the industry say no- lead and low-lead gasoline could be a real factor in cutting pollution only when catalytic mufflers, which change exhaust pollutonits into harmless vapor, become required hi new cars by 1975 or perhaps later. Lead hi gasoline would clog these mufflers and make them inoperative. Lead has been added to gasoline for almost 50 years as a means of "boosting the power of ! automobile engines. With public attention increasingly centering on the environment, leaded gasoline has become a target of criticism. What lead does is raise the gasoline's octane rating—ithe measure of the gasoline's ability to burn smoothly in the engine. The more powerful the engine, the higher the octane requirement. ' If the, motorist uses a gasoline too ; low $n octane for his engine, the engine will knock, or ping. - TODAY IN HISTORY Affempfs Failed On Impeachment By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is. Wednesday, May 26, the 148th day of 1971. There are 219 days left, in the year. •Today's.^highlight in history: On this date in 1858, an attempt to impeach President Andrew Jackson was defeated in the Senate—by one vote. On this date: In 1805, Napoleon Bonaparte was crowned king of Italy. In 1864, the Montana Territory was organized. In 1942, during the second World War, Britain and the Soviet Union signed a 20-year treaty of alliance. In 1954, the funeral -Jhip of the Egyptian pharaoh, Cheops, was discovered, in,.a limestone chamber near the «J>reat Pyramid of Giza. Ten years ago: A U.S. jet bomber flew from Newi'York to • ; • "-, Going on Vacation? Paiis in a record-breaking time of 3 hours, 19 minutes, 41 seconds. Five years ago: British Guana became Che independent nation' of Guyana. One year ago: Prices on the New York Stock Exchange slid to their lowest level in eight .years. • Tulsa Attorney Seeks Cherokee Chief's Post TULSA, Okla. (AP) — The fourth candidate for chief of the Cherokee tribe is Ross Hutchins, a Tulsa attorney. Hutcfataa announced far e post, winch. win be decided by an Aug. 14 election in the 14 county seats of the Old Cherokee Nation. Other candidates are W.W. Keeler, Barttes- viHe, the present chiet; Ralph Keen, Tulsa law student, and the Rev. Sam Hider of Jay. ' /. It will be the first time in" this century a chief has been deter, mined by election. They were previously appointed by the president, : ^-<- ''.'/'' '.'' •: : ' Lead becomes a pollujant when it is emitted irom auto exhause pipes. Because the human body excretes lead slowly, it can accumulate in man. However, there are no studies Linking illness or death from Lead poisoning to this form of air poUtuton. The American Petroleum Institute reports that production costs for unleaded gasoline may be about 2 cents a gallon higher than for leaded gasoline. Marketing costs are higher too, because special pumps must be installed to handle the new line. What about the future? "Many motorists haven't found the Mnk between lead- free gas and clean air," says A.B. Groh, director of marketing research for American Oil Co. "They haven't defined their trade-offs—how much they are willing to spend an time and on- convenience to get clean air." Contact Us New for MONUMENT LETTERING' for Memorial Day May 31 F&T Cemetery Lettering and Co. •M IIS Phom 274440k Foot 11 Garden City Telegram Wednesday, May 26, 1971 But, he said, "There's not doubt that there will be substantial demand for leactfree igasoline by 1975 and we're well •• into the transition now." Stamp out square icecream. Delicious Fairmont ice cream is new and improved. It comes in a round-pak ' In 1.6 flavors. Fairmont, makes it special. Fairmont makes R special. Call 276-3232 AND ORDER A Vacation Pac Have copies ortlN^ you while on vacation. You don't have all the bother erf starting and stopping the newspaper. Call the Telegram of f ice - 276-3232 -- or tell your carrier to save copies of each day's Telegram. Notify the off ice or your carrier when you return and the issues of The Telegram will be delivered to you. ','1 The Garden City Telegram EHRESMAN'S MARKET OPEN DAILY 8 A.M. TO 7 P.M. These Prices Good Thun., Frl., and Sat. All Meat Bologna 1 Pound Columbia IKMftl u.49 c u39 c Kitty Cfover 69c Bog Potato Chips Large—12 In Pkg. j ^/ Hamburger Buns 3 p k9 s. 1 Pud Cut Round Steak -89 Swiss Cut Round Steak -79 6 Lb. Bex Hamburger Patties $ 3 54 Pound Bog Wieners $414 4 6 Pound Box Urge Franks — $ 3 90 Hams Lb. 89 20-Lb. Steak Bundle Round Steak Minute Steak Swiss Round Steak Rib Steak Economy Steak Chuck Steak 25-Lb. Beef Bundle 10-lbi. tMf Roast 5—1-Lb. Pkgs. •» 10-lbf. Autd. Steaks •round 30-Lb. Economy Beef Bundle 10-Lb. Btef Roast 5-Lb. Lean Short Ribs Stew Moot 5-Lb.—lomtas 10-Lb.—2 Pkgs. BUY BUNDLES FREE DELIVERY We Hove A Variety off Frozen Food 35-Lb. Beef Bundle! Al *r I UM. RMBd SMok 10 Lbs. Chuck Roost I Lbs. T.|OM SMaks IS 23 95 Packing House Special No. 2 10 Lbs. Rowd Steak 10 Lb*. Omcb Roar 10 Lbs. 7-loiM StMb IS Lbs. Hamburger • Lbs. Sauaga Pattfos 50s34 95 STOCK YOUR FREEZER NOW! BEEF BY THE QUARTERS or the OUt BEEP IS STATE INSPECTED *6_Rj:TAJUWHOLESALE^MEATS -CUSTOM BUTCHERING&PROCESSING ^ PACKING COMPANY EVANS^FULTON-GARDEN CITY • P&~e .BR6-3791

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