Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 3, 1973 · Page 17
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 17

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Gqlesburg Register-Mail, Golesburg, HI. Thursday, Moy 3, 1973 17 Producers' Prexy: Coal, With 'Sprucing Up,' Could Help Energy Crisis CARBONDALE, 111. (UPI) The one-time solid citizen of the fossilized fuel world was pictured Wednesday as a neglected stepchild that with some sprucing up and new respect would solve the energy problems of the United States and the world. "Today the coal industries of the world must re -establish their natural preeminence in energy supply against both the forces of external competition and internal neglect," said Carl E. Bagge, president of the National Coal Association. Appearing at a School of Economics lecture at Southern Illinois University, Bagge warned that a multination scramble for declining oil sup­ plies represented a real threat to world peace. He Mid a recent United Nations study of global energy resources showed that coal represents 93 per cent of the total fossil fuel reserves, leaving only 4 per cent for oil and 3 per cent for natural gas. "It is an aberration of history that the very fuel which gave birth to the industrial revolution and almost single-handedly supported two centuries of world' wide mechanical and economic progress has been allowed to' fall into disfavor only because It has been denied an appropriate place In that progress, 0 Bagge said. During an afternoon news conference, Bagge said Illinois "la the logical battleground for resolution of the energy-environment dilemma" in th United States because it has the largest coal reserves of any of the adjacent 46 states. Under present standards, Bagge warned, coal mining in Illinois "faces a doomsday." The NCA is "watching very closely" the progress of legis­ lation in Springfield which would relax restrictions on the sulfur content of coal used in Illinois, he said. In seeking answers to pollution problems "what the coal industry needs is the gift of time," Bagge said. He said more money was needed for coal to oil and coal to gas research in the nation. He said Illinois had cut coal research funds while increasing pollution policing funds. He said the federal government should apply the same crash program technique to the coal problems as it did to developing a synthetic rubber during World War II. 420 E. MAIN ST., GALESBURG, ILL Sofie! OPEN: MON. & FRI. 'TIL 9:00 P.M. «!SSB5 and f. Five (S) year* It— parta an*. ... warranty on sealed ntt\g*tat\on ayatm 9Q*1ttal4*iaic\* in materials or workman* attip. 2* Ont (1) year free paria and labor on all oVhf part* ihat la\\ duo i\atla\a or workmanship. \0 S/VEABIG*30 10,000 OR 12,000 BTU WINDOW AIR CONDITIONERS 95 YOUR $ CHOICE 199 REGULARLY '229.95 10,000 BTU (115V) Quick-Mount cools 500 sq. ft.* 12,000 BTU (230V) Quick-Mount cools 650 sq. ft.* • Install in Just minutes in windows 26-40!/ 2 " wide • Thermostatic climate control and ventilation dial • Even-flow air vane system, whisper-quiet operation * 44407.17,04 •Depending on size, placement, Insulation and heat bulld-up In horns. Terms availobls on our Family Purchase Plan T.M. We sell a complete line of air conditioners including whole house and mobile home units ONE OF OUR GREATEST MOWER VALUES IN 40 YEARS DaUXE3'/2 -HP20-IN ROTARY • Briggs & Stratton engine • 9-position height adjusters • 14 -ga. steel reinforced deck 22-INCH MODEL $79.95 COMPARE AND SAVE! FEATURE- PACKED 5-HP GARDEN TILLER Only $ |77 • Horizontal shaft B & S engine • 1 speed forward and power reverse • 13" reversible tines, 10" wheels Tuntbvdle btltsd|vttmiil Swinging style stoke Open an 10001171! today • Reinforced with nylon • Flexibility of vinyl BELTED RADIAL GARDEN HOSE $799 SOF Ft. LAUNDRY BASKET Wicker Design Reg. $1.00 55 c Covered CAKE PAN Keeps Food Fresher C Reg. $1.98 BRISTLE BROOM Dusts As It Sweeps Reg. $1.88 79 C DANDELION DIGGER Long Handle Style 39- Inch Reg. $1.49 77 C Bamboo LAWN RAKE Reg. $1.57 C Ladies GARDEN GLOVES Reg. 79c 39 DROP LEAF 3 -PC. DINETTE Op«n a Credit Account Adds flair to a smail dining area! Walnutone melamine 24x22" tabletop extends to 36*. White vinyl chairs wipe clean. 88 5 PC. DINETTE Reg. $89.95-Use Your Credit Avocado—today's fashion color- reflected in 36x36" to 48* quartz melamine tabletop. vinyl fabric chairs. Avocado finish legs. • M«§ $ 74 STYLE 'n EASE Rocker-Recliner in Rugged Naugahyde $ 88 Regularly $129.95 Us* Your Credit Enjoy the rich, rugged look and feel of durable Nauga­ hyde vinyl in this handsome rocker-recliner. Stylefoam padding in the seat arms, top plus Kapil and crushed foam back provide the kind of comfort men lovel A great addition to your home! Black, green. * J-MIM C 1-Gal. GASOLINE CAN Reg. $1.19 59 c Reg. $2.49 GARDEN RAKE or HOE Your Choice $199

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