Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 14, 1973 · Page 25
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 25

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, June 14, 1973
Page 25
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BENNY'S HOUSE OF BOTTLES 914 E. MAIN ST. BENNY'S DRIVE-IN LIQUORS MAIN at CHAMBERS WINDSOR CANADIAN CUTTY SARK SCOTCH Qfs — $4.99 — 3 for $14 .50 Fifth $6.79 Vi Gal. $14.99 CALVERTS Fifth $3.99 SEAGRAM "7" CROWN Fifth $4.29 OLD TAYLOR Fifth $4.39 BARCLAY BRANDY Fifth $3.79 VODKA-GIN Full Qh $J69 SEVILLA RUM Fifth $3.39 MILLERS 12 Cans $2.19 OLD STYLE 12 cans $2.19 HAMMS 12 cans $2.29 SCHLITZ 24 Cans $4.49 BUDWEISER 24 cans $4.89 FALSTAfF 24 cans $3.99 BLUE RIBBON 24 Can, $399 OLD MILWAUKEE 12 c • * 1" BLUE RIBBON 6 NR $ 1" Galesburg Regfstef-Mail, Galesburg, 111. Thursday, June 14 1973 25 Food Shortage 'Could Be Next Cold Beers cost no more - qt. -—> 6 poks - 12 poks - Full Case Come in — look over our large selection of wines imported and domestic. Priced right — visit our gourmet selection. Many imported, hard, to find food items. Wisconsin cheese. SPECIAL PRICES ON FULL CASES Of BEER, CANS OR BOTTLES By United Press International An energy shortage could turn Into food shortage unless farmers get enough fuel during the summer to harvest their crops, farm organizations warned Congress Wednesday. In Georgia, state police were told to conserve gasoline by curtailing cruising and use of car air conditioners. In Florida the state government began taking steps to make sure motorists burn the proper octane in their tanks, and in Washington a White House environmental advisor urged Americans to start buying smaller cars that use less fuel. Other results of the nation's shrinking supply of fuel Wednesday included complaints by Industry in Texas that cutbacks in their natural gas supplies threatened to force them out of business. Iowa's Highway Commission was told the state's major contractors don't know how to bid on $26 million in road construction work because of the uncertain fuel supply. ON CAPITOL HILL, George B. Watts, president of the National Broiler Council, told a Senate agriculture subcom­ mittee that the energy crisis could bring on a food shortage if farmers are shortchanged on fuel allocations this summer. "Unless there is an assurance that fuel supplies will be available in the future, production planning will be seriously disrupted in the face of a national demand for Increasing food supplies," Watts said. James V. Hauser, speaking for the National Grain and Feed Association, told the senators that a shortage of fuel for drying grains at harvest time "can jeopardize our food and feed supply." In Georgia, Public Safety Commissioner Ray Pope told state police to curtail the use of car air conditioners and reduce cruising as part of a program to cut gasoline consumption on the force by 25 per cent. In neighboring Florida, State Agriculture Commissioner Doyle E. Conner said burning gasoline with too low an octane can waste up to 10 per cent of each tank—while burning too high an octane is wasteful and polluting. THE FLORIDA Department KNIT SALE JUST IN TIME FOR Father's Day 7 hAYC I FCT Ail Merchandise A • 1 * l " tr 1 From Our Regular Stock You Get Your Choice of a'60 Knit SPORT COAT and Two Pair of 18 J Knit § Pants Reg, $ 96 00 Value for ONLY $^ For The Man Who Prefers — We Have Gift Certificates All Sizes of Agriculture and Consumer Services wilt start, July 1, labeling every gasoline pump in the state with a decal that rates its octane within one of six categories so motorists can get the maximum efficiency. But a longer range solution to the problem, suggested in Washington by Chairman Russell E. Train of the President's Council on Environmental Quality, is a proposed nationwide trend toward smaller family cars. "It is imperative that our society switch its preference to smaller 6818." Train told the Washington Rotary dub. He said small cars H6W get an average 22 miles per gallon of gasoline, compared with an average of 14 miles per gallon for all cars, and thus "the annual fuel savings would be enormous." LINDSTROM'S Big Savings on All Country & Western Long Play Records Reg. 4.98 Now Only 3" Now Only 4 98 Now Only I 79 Reg. 5.98 Reg. 2.98 nc/i BOBBY BARE I Hato Goodbyes RMa Me Down Easy nc/i PORTER WAGONER I'LL KEEP ON LOVHV' YOU IntMitt Lightening tha Load Trait Her Kind • Tha Truth or a U* Through tha Eye* of a Blind Man litelurfM! Pop • Top .Southern Laving How Long Do.i It Take a Memory lo Drown ncfr DOTTIEWEST IF ITS AIL RIGHT WITH YOU JUST WHATIVE BEEN LOOKING FOR ncii DOLLY PARTON Includes; Green Green Grass of Horn* Blue Train (Of trie Htartbreak Unt) Releasa Me (And lei Me Love Agtln) People Call Me Country • Suzanne Itidudm My TenneMee Mountain rw,™ In lh. Good Old Days (Winn T/m«i Wan lii) . 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