Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 16, 1973 · Page 12
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 12

Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, June 16, 1973
Page 12
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12 (SojesbufgReaiste ^MQJl Galesbura, III. - Saturday;, June 16, 1973 Chrysler Searching for New Fuel Sources By GIL GODFREY United Pfess International The Chrysler Corp. began seeking alternative fuel sources today after a ban that Canada slapped on exports of gasoline to the U.S. at midnigjit Friday night. Pennsylvania and a number of Western states reported new signs of gasoline scarcity. In New Jersey, the rising cost of gas led the state treasury to decree cutbacks in auto use. A Chrysler spokesman ex action could drastically impede the firm's production of now cars. He said the company had Itoeen importing Canadian fuel to the tune of a million gallons month, one quarter of its total consumption. Chry^Jer needs the gas to fuel up new autos as they come off the] assembly lines for movement to meetings of experts have been held. Will Be Known Next Week Auto sources said it will not be known until next week whether the Canadian action covers the kind of fuel used by General Motors. The other member of the U.S. big three automakers, Ford, reportedly imports only negligible amounts inspection checkpoints b e f o r ejof gas they are shipped to dealers. The Caniadian ban p rovitles A Chrysler official said the that ,no gasoline or heating oil .full consequences of the Canadi-can be exported unless it can pressed fear that the Canadian|an ban cannot be assessed untillbe shown that the shipments 5 HOUR SUND SPECIALS T2 Noon to P.M. are surplus to Canadian needs. New Jersey State Treasurer William E. Marfuggi notified all department heads that the state was determined to cut the number of miles traveled by its 7,?10 vehicles in order to keep within fuel-budget limits. He noted an anticipated increase of $384,000 in the next year in the cost of gas delivered to state institutions. The state, he said, may buy smaller cars which get more miles to the galllon. In Harrisburg, two oil companies have started rationing gasoline at service stations on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Gulf Oil Corp. set a 10-gallon limit on purchases at its 11 stations and Exxon Oil Co. set a 15-galldn limit at three stations and a 12-galIon limit at one station. Ckb Makes Survey In Omaha, the Cornhusker Motor Club said a survey of gas station operations in eight states showed that all had fuel, but most were 6pen shorter hours than normal and some gas was being rationed. The gas shortage has hit "hardest in Minnesota" where almost two thirds of the stations surveyed reported shortening their work hours to conserve gas supplies, tKe club said. Stations along state floute 75 were rationing gas at the rate of $2 per customer. The survey also covered Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota, Colorado, Wyoming, Missouri and Kansas. A University of Texas chemi cal engineering, professor said the United States and Europe will "bump head-on" in a scramble for Mideast pe trolcum sources brought on by the so-called energy crisis. "There's not enough for both of us, so we will have to somehow win over Europe," said Dr. John J. McKetta. "We've gone to war over more minor things." CLEARANCE Of Spring * Summer FABRICS Sole Starts Mon., June 18 at 9 a.m. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ PERMANENT PRESS Cotton & Other Sunday Only Bring in Dad for a Father's Day treat. A comfortable reeling or valet seat. A sofa or bedroom set, A new mattress. Happy Father s Day U.S. Employes Need Okay For Dealings With Chinese WASHINGTON (UPI) - U.S. government employes have been told they must check with the State Department before having any dealings—personal or official—with members of the People's Republic of China liaison office. The policy came to light Friday in a Department of. $149.95 LARGE COMFORTABLE RECLINER Heavy nylon cover. Armcaps & headrest $59.50 COMFORTABLE FIRM MATTRESS or BOX SPRING 10-Yr. Guarantee $ 99 95 $ 3 goo $169.95 5-Pc. Maple Dining Room $QQ95 Formica Table Top, 4 Mates Chairs. ^ ^ Health, Education and Welfare directive to agency officials. The June 4 directive specifies procedures for HEW employes to follow in applying for travel to China or maiking contact with members of the Chinese liaison office. The liaison office was opened in mid-May in conjunction with the opening of a U.S.. liaison office in Peking as the first steps in renewed relations between the United States and China. The policy spelled out in the HEW, directive was laid down by the State Department, which confirmed it when asked by UPI. State Department officials said the policy was made to ? 54 95 ? 188 00 49' 3-Pc. Corner Group 2 Sofas—Sleeps'2. Quilt- $<^1Q95 ed. Was $300. JLiw 5 Pc. Dinette By Queen City. Was $9,9.95. Herculon Sleeper Casters. Was $259.95 _. Card Table Set Cushioned Seats. Was $79.95. __3 Medit. Tables Cocktail, Sq. Hex- * agon. Was 169.95 W for 1 Group of Chairs 8 Discontinued Styles. Were $100.00-$150.00 7-Pc. Dinette Tall Back Chairs. Was $179.95. Fireplace Beautiful Stone Front. Was $279.95 Stratolounger Rocker Heavy Vinyl. $1 ^f%95 Was $189.95 Early American Sofa Herculon Cover. $< Was $289.95. Crib Maple or White. Was $69.95. - «3 if Roll Top Desk Maple Finish Colonial. $' Was $169.95. Sofa ? 14 95 $ 149 95 199 95 95 $ 109 »5 *66 00 ? 94 95 ? 219 Reel. 139 5 219 95 95 195 119 95 Valet Seat Suit Hanger Was $29.95 .. Pine Hutch Colonial Style. Was $219.95. Traditional Nylon Print, Was $319.95. Mediterranean Bedroom T. Dresser Chest & Bed. $*%TTQ Was $369.95 .. Jmi W Velvet Pop-Up Recliner Traditional Style. $1 Tft95 Was $279.95 Kroehler Velvet Love Seat Recessed Caster Base. $TTFi|95 Was $229.95 4 Drawer Chest Lots of Extra Storage. $9A95 Was $59.95. Medit. 3 Pc. Bedroom Trip. Dr. 5 Dr. Chest & $1 ftft95 Bed. Was $319.95 Kroehler Sofa Velvet Cover. $O0O 95 Was $289.95 Zj7 Deluxe Mattress or Spring Full or Twin. 20-Yr. $^1095 Was $99.95 . 36" Metal Wardrobe Plenty of Storage. $OVl95 Was $49.95. Hollywood Bed Twin Size, w/Headboard. %JH T95 Was $119.95. 179' i Seat 174 39 s 199 ! Peking Car Lands On Her Roof VENTURA, Calif. (UPI) (When Ed Smith, 24, reported 'his. oar stolen to police early Friday, only Mrs. R. E. Bouseman knew where it was— on her roof. , , Police said the car was stolen from S m i t h's Summerland home an hour earlier and (he thief headed south, barrelling down Loma- Vista Road at more than 70 miles an hour in a 25- mile zone. The driver missed a curve, the oar crashed through a fence and then flew into the air, winding up on the roof of Mrs. Bouseman's house. "It's kind of a shock to look up and see oar lights on top of your house," she told police. No Seats Left % OFF ALL LAMPS MH THOSE ON SALE IF YOU MENTION THIS AD 69 f 34 W 10% OFF ANY i TABLES PURCHASED EVEN THOSE ON SALE Sunday Only! FEATURED PRICES ARE WAREHOUSE-WAY SEATTLE, Wash. (UPI) Charles E. Robins-on was told there were no seats left when he tried to gain admittance to the premiere of John Wayne's latest movie, "Cahill: United States Marshal." Robinson is the U.S. Marshal for western Washington. Now You Know . . , The Croton bug is a small, winged cockroach named for Croton Aqueduct, part of New York City's water supply system. It multiplied in the city after the aqueduct opened. enable tthe department to keep informed about contacts between government employes aod the Chinese. The HEW memo said some HEW employes had violated the government policy in regard to China and that the principles of the policy were being repeated to prevent further violations. "Infractions of these procedures are still occurring. Recently an HEW employe had both applied for and received his visa before permission to make his trip to China . had been granted," the HEW memo said. HEW spends ^between $5 million and $8 million annually in international activities including biomedical research and education. The HEW memo says "No HEW employe should contact these officials concerning travel to China without prior, written approval from the special assistant to the (HEW) secretary for international affairs ... Furthermore, any contact with the PRC liaison office for any reason whatsoever musit be coordinated in advance with the State Department." Granville S. Austin, HEW snecial assistant for international affairs, said in an interview that the policy was not meant to infringe on the rigbt9 of federal employes. "They can go and admire chrysanthemums together. It's none of my business," Austin said. 45" Wide £ Value to $1.98 yd QOC Yd. WOVEN & PRINTED SEERSUCKER Plaids, Plains and Novelties £f $1 69 45" Wide • Reg. to $2.50 *|*| yd. WHIP CREAM and OTHER PRINTS 99c Group Includes White Piques Reg. to $2.98 yd PERMANENT PRESS LINEN TYPES Plains & Prints • Dress 8c Suit $149 Weights • Reg. to $3.50 yd. ___ r | Yd. DAC/COTTON SINGLE KNITS Red-White-Blue • Plains & Novelties 60" Wide • Reg. to $4.00 yd. Yd. 1 i 1 GALESBURGS ONLY EXCLUSIVE DEALER For ELNA & WHITE SEWING MACHINES SALES & SERVICE Attention Merchants & Individuals If you have any returned checks that you consider fraudulent. Send information to: NATIONAL FRAUDULENT CHECK BUREAU P.O. Box 3643 Springfield, III. 62703 We collect checks for $2.00 per Check SUITING SEERSUCKER And WOVEN POLYESTER ACRYLICS 54" to 60" Wide $*)99 Reg. to $5.98 yd Yd. Easy Credit Terms Always Available Come Early For Best Selection Other Items Also At Money Saving Prices W.G.I.L. SHOPPPERS CHECKBOOK Reduced From 12.95 s 4.00 May Be Purchased At The Following Merchants: SWEDOUttUS - Broad & Fremont SWEDOUGHS - S. Farnham and E. Knox HILLIERS DINER - W. Main St. ARBY'S - N. Henderson BURGER CHAMP - E. Main OLD MUSIC SHOP - 10 Public Square LONG JOHN SILVERS - N. Henderson DON'S FLOWER SHOP - Fulton St. MERLE NORMAN BEAUTY SHOP - Weinberg Arcade Bldg. ANDERSON FLORISTS - Broad St. MR. STEAK — Henderson St. GALE WARD ATHLETIC - N. Prairie or Cal 342-0565 No Returns CLEARANCE OF Polyester Double Knits This Is Our Spring and Summer Polyester Double Knits — Over 5,000 Yards To Select From. Remember These Are Goods From Our Regular Stock, | Reg. Price SALE PRICE |$3 50 to $4.98 Yard $ 2.99 ^ |$5.50 to $6.50 Yard ^3.99 Yard |$6,98 to $8.98 Yord $ 4.99 Yard |Over $8.98 Yard $ 5.99 Yard Be Here Early For Best Selection Si \k. ft, FABRIC SHOP 331 & 337 E MAIN ST., GALESBURG 1 I* J l

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