Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 13, 1975 · Page 119
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July 13, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 119

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RUSSEUTMH LEE IACOCCA the oil refinery level would cost 4 to 6 million dollars. Knowledgeable sources in Washington. D.C., say that economic pressures played a role in Train's request, which he has also acknowledged in Senate testimony. But Train claims he hasn't caved in to auto interests', pointing to his recent requests that Congress adopt stricter auto emission standards for buses, trucks and motorcycles'. Lee lacocca, president of Ford Motor Company, recently listed for the Senate Public Works Committee the following economic reasons why the automobile industry needs more time to meet the clean-air standards assigned to automobiles under the 1970 Clean Air Act. 1) Ford earned profits of over $1 billion a year before taxes in 1968, 1969 and 1970. In the six months ending March 31, 1975, Ford lost $205 million before taxes. 2) Foreign cars got 12 per cent of the · U.S. market in 1969."in the first four months of this year, they got 21 per cent. 3) In 1969, the unemployment rate was 3.5 per- cent overall and 3 per cent in the auto industry. Today it's about 9 per cent overall, and close to 20 per cent in the auto industry. Automotive unemployment has been over 200,000 in each of the past four months, though the industry remains the nation's largest private .employer. 4) Industry new-car sales in the U.S. were about 9.6 million in 1968 and again in 1969. This year, we're forecasting 8.4 million, and we'll need considerable improvement to get there. "Because of the long automotive depression, and because prices can't be raised enough to offset cost increases," explains lacocca, "we just don't have the money it would take to get the fuel economy done, quickly and well, and at the same time to meet statutory emission standards. ...we believe that today's circumstances require a five-year moratorium on tighter emission standards." Shiriey Cothran. Miss America 1975, says: ^ \ "Wake up to a Belter Breakfast... and Til send ou im personal Breakfast Check Worth by her girls from important foreign visitors. How, she claims, she has n °V?Y'^rAvL the police with information but by ^plying them with the free services of her call girls. The vice business in France is estimated to gross $1.5 billion a year including police payoffs. . . .._ Michael Poniatowski, France's interior. minister, who claims to have stopped the I »** J _ ^J. -A^ufcStrtr... __ *^ ^K- ;K. ?"·*-£ 'a?R-35i!i?' iJ^pS?;; i^^t? .-»·:.,·- ~~ ·- ·~.^,-^:-\.^t^ !%fsH;pi^3 ^.^--a^^fei ·fe%?^, L^^BV^FBh|H ** ^^ -w^ w-- -» 7 M - -milk, bread, and a spread for your good breakfast. to eradicate police Good Shirley Cothran, Miss America, is pretty, poised, talented, and intelligent. She knows it's smart to start her day with a* nutritious breakfast. She'd like to encourage you to wake up · to a Better Breakfast, too. Shirley's $1.00 Breakfast Check, printed with her "Miss America" picture and signature, will help repay you for the Kellogg's cereals, milk, and other nutritious foods you buy for your good breakfast Her check is Miss America's way of rewarding you for eating better at breakfast, and it's yours for the seven proofs oi purchase asked for belowi We've put one proof of purchase seal in this ad to get -you started. Watch the Miss Ame Saturday, September 6, on NBC-TV. CLIP AND SAVKTHB^Ajm^SEA^AND^^wru^^^ HOW TO GET YOUR SIM BREAKFAST CHECK FROM MISS AMERICA SEND: the filled-in Refund Form and "starter" Miss America Breakfast Seal in this ad with ANY THREE ADDITIONAL Miss America Breakfast Seals from specially-marked packages of Kellogg's Corn Flakes*. Rice Krispies* and SpeciaTK* cereals: plus, ANY THREE proofs of purchase* from your favorite brands of milk, bread, butter or margarine, jelly or preserves. ·Proof of purchase requirements for these foods listed on Refund Form. « K«Uogf Company 01975 Kellogg Company I Saw this "starter" proof of purchas* Mil for your $1-00 Refund Check. WE MUST p'rffi PER FAMILY. MISS AMERICA $1.00 REFUND OFFER PXXBox 2»1, Reienflle, North CiroH» 27322 Please send me my $1.00 Breakfast Check Refund (plus 10* footage). Enclosed with the "«ane£ M-g Amenca Breakfast Seal in this ad are ANY THREE ADUl 1 l"TM"; MUT America Bredrfast Seals cut from P"*»g* l *3 IwrkMts of Kellogg's Com Flakes, Rice KrisTM**. » na SSSFlC cereairplus, ANY THRK of the followmg o£?ftof pSe: wriiht lines from any milk, butter or Srfirine Srtons or bread wrapper; and/or label from any jar of jelly or preserves. (Priat plaUy-- pI*Me tacMf a» cob) Nam« Ad* 11

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