Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 18, 1973 · Page 18
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' '-.-iff* ister-Mail, Gales bur Wednesda KG By JAMES R. KING United Press International early or restricting because of the fuel shortage Automobile!have peaked out and begun tolcity's The American Association cays the worst of | return to normal. 4? Per Cent Normal tfve nation's amtnef gasoline ahoftage is probacy over, but The association said 47 per there may be some isolated cent of , /the stations are , a taw giving sales|continue, and cited Denver, Higher prices for petroleum and ai Standafd spokesman in San Colo., where 98 per cent of the petroleum products than they Francisco Tiiesday. "We are filling stations were would have had to pay in a confident the fftds in this case closed on Sunday, as an competitively structured mar example. ket," the FTC complaint, based In the "Other areas of considerable on a two-yearlong stalf study, * inconvenience are Oregon, Kan- said. ^^U 1 LZ^M~IT " ilT^ shortages until autumn. operating with normal hours sas, Maryland and Utah," the *The action gives the corpora- jfo«r2L ^£^?f L °a ?tS The AAA announcement coin- and no restrictions on sales, as AAA said. Favorable conditions tiohs 30 days to respond, but vntV cided with two other develop-compared to 46 per cent last were indicated around the one company named in the ^^JA \h» m, . ments Tuesday that promised week. Nine per cent of the Great Lakes and ithe southern complaint, Standard Oil of jStSSuS t to take away some of the stations are imposing a quota coastal states indkding the California, issued a statement ^!SSitS^L &S^S?«^ urgency from the energy crisis: on how much each customer Gulf oi Mexico. immediately denying the go* mPSSWSSi pfib? Ad ernment s charges. in - a ti* vAti h*Mr*n §«/ v trans-Alaska oil pipeline, and) to 10 per cent the week before. |c«iplataed -that the " ^^sp'Tlw^ before senators flhe Federal Trade Commission "The AAA survey, supported major oil forms nave monopo- to anv dhan ?pq that hat>* #i7- K i V. %Jr/« fifed a constat asatet te by interviews with U£ and »ized*ei r industry tor the past l^Xotrs I S ta ^MpifS t nation's'eight largest oil firms, government energy experts, quarter of a century, forcing tion of the antitrust laws " said MB*S*P accusing them of trying to suggests that the worst of the motorists to pay inflated prices ' • monopolize the industry ,and gasoline supply and distribution helping create the fuel short- problems for summer travel age. AAA may have passed," the AAA shortage. indicated its weekly said. many But the association said local figures showing how service stations are closing I shortages in some areas will, to boost their profits and in turn, helping create the fuel FTC Complaint "American consumers have been forced to pay substantially At tht tftfflit ef Prank end Hiwkinten Streets is Knox County'! Ptneit fttrirtmentOtnMr APPLEGATE EAST J j ----- _ — —m T ^"F ™- ^-F P • • Delicious food served BECAUSE J i ul. home lik< 3. Privates rooms and semi-private »corns available. 4. Planned activities for everyone's enjoyment. 5. Beautiful lawns and landscaping for fheir enjoyment. ftttira if APPLIOATE EAST and continue to enjoy your friends and •oclol activities In tht community. Vloif APPLEOATE EAST and mako arrangement* to retire with your friends who aro enjoying I if* to its fulloit. Dianna H. Alittdt, Administrator will bo happy to make arrangamantt with you for your ratiramtnt at your convenience. 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