if Producers Seeking Stabilizing Legislation WASHINGTON (Vpi) - Spptesmeri fjjoid processors, buy about 75 per cent tor many American*sugar 'producer of the sugar, consumed in t^e" U.S; in groupswillurgeCongressnext-w-eekto, : most yearsU*, ' ' ''•':.>•:•:,-?• Pftnciflop !~1arr4c*1ntls«M jf«.AU11i_t_^ '•. • '' ' ft ' -.-' •• ... il ' ' . 'J' ? -legislation stabilizing sugar supplies and:prices, art industry source Sugar prices hit record peaks fast yearbecause of tight supply and fever; ,ish; ; speculation- before beginning in ' equally'dramatic decline* which dair- rted raw sugar prices down recently to below year-ago levels. : • - s ; ., Under a 40-year-oid.law which ex-\ pired last December, the government tried .to keep.prices within a,thepret- ically fair range, by controllirig the v amount, of sugar reaching the AmeriO can market. ; .'.,',,> The U .S. sugar market nqw; is^- in But -.House- Agriculture Committee hearings which open July 14 also will prqduce opposition to any revival of government intervention in .the sugar market. .,.\ ° _ ' Agriculture Department (Officials indicate their basic- policy remains against revival of thife! federal sugar control, program; which Congress allowed to 'expire .at the,..end of 1974. ,1 ,. C; u.o. S u Bttr marKtjt now is - in Rep Peter A. Peyser, R-N.Y., a lead- practical terms -; wide;qpen 1 ,on a free , mg figure in last year's surprise. House , competitive basis to ali'producers;ex- •'• ir/\tft ii*f*»^«j4t.— _»J^_J i- 'i ._j .. . ' - - • • .' *• -'---• !(•.'• cept those in Cuba. , . v .:. One industry source predictec! growers of both cane and, beet, sugar-will say. some action [to stabilize fe-wlidiy fluctuating price of their''pVqdiict: is T .....-.i ..,-..•,,,.... needed at levels which,-will,keeji the.' in addition, one industry source said domestic producing industry alive. At many niajpr. industrial, sugar users recent price levels, he said, many beet wer^e .expected tp.jesist new legisla-, producers might.be forced to"sh'ift to' tion,, T,he industrial, users, including ' other crops. -.';•- '~ State launching Drive On Overdue vote^tb'end.the. old program, also will oppose any new action Jo put floors under sugar prices on grounds that consumers have .benefited from a free market without injury to .'farmers, aides said .SPRINGFIELD, 111. (UP!) - Illinois Revenue Director Robert Allphin, armed with new legal authority, is preparing to "go gung-ho" in forcible'col- lection of overdue sales 'taxes from deadbeat merchants. < Th'e new authority/which Allphin essentially sneaked through the legislature; empowers the department for the first time to seize on its own authority personal property belonging to merchants who owe back sales taxes! It couid^ be applied to merchants- ' large and small, Un all areas of the state -who owe an estimated $55 'million to $60 million past-due taxes, All- phiri'says.' '-.-. • ••••.• .•:,-.. . ,•,-•; ;; .- •"• "As soon as the bill is Signed we're • goingto announce our'program and'go gung-tio,!?. Allphin said. .: • < . "I don't think it will:take people very long to see the light. I expect the money to come rolling in." Th.te: bill,; now on Gov. Daniel < Walker's desk, woultf empower the Revenue Department to issue a war- rant to a codhiy sheriff for seizure of property in payment ' of overdue taxes.' A merchant's inventory ahd'battk ac* count, among other asseW would' be : ' liable to seizure. The sheriff/:the ; n ! would sell the property within^p djlys. -At present, the.departihelt must obtain a cburt order " 'These people ! we '• time, to go to court; on 'evefy case so they file their returns but: $rifypay the: ' taxes," Allphin saidv "It just becpme^' a debt at 6 per cent interest for them:", Allphin said he .tried /to prevent in- ' depth analysis of the -biil while it was progressing through the legislature, for fear 'some lawmakers would' think it gave the department too much power.- Asked for details of the explicated bill after it had cleared the House Revenue Committee with little discussion, Allphin said he would hot discuss it "until after it passes." : ^-,'! > •. The measure passed in the House on a 138-0 vote and in the Senate;oh a 5M roll call. Walker is expected to sign it. Northwestern Illinois. Briefs Consignment Sale r LAN ARK-Lanark Lions plujf.will. r have, a consignment sale Saturday .at' the ,L : anark High School .drive starting at .10,a ( m. The club hopes to .roajce this,' an annual ajfair. Committee chairmen are Clark vXnBuskirk, auctioneer and clerking; Ed Nqlson and the .Rev, Rus? sell Mcihnis, lunchstand; arid George Morgan and.^ic.harcl.^an|ljmaA,,<)ark- ing and security. Stateline Squares MONROE, Wis.-Don Niya.wjll be the caller for the Statelir''• Squares dance from 8:30 to 11 p.m. Saturday at St. ^VictGE^&School gymnasiunvhere. ., .. BBIoodmobtle Visit GAL.EN,Ar;Badger : Re,d Cross bloodmobile will be at the' Galena primary ,. school frm 2 to 6;30 p.m. .Wednesday, Free Square Dance LENA-A freee square dance wilj be held 'at '8 p.m. Saturday in the main shelter house 'at Lake Le-Aqua-Na State Paijk. Bob Wild wi^be.thg cal)er. The public is invited'to attend.' ••'*--•-•- ; J ".,';.i'l ,);.,•;, • ••.;,•.•:.!!!,,'. 'W:'j''7 Forreston Student ^ :r FORR^STON-Jaynelibn'Johnspn/.'a' ' junior at Forreston High Schbol a'nf}, ! ' r ' 1 daughter of Mr. .arid Mrs. Jahles John- ; son Jr.^ attended the third annual Wom'en in Engineering Workshop at Michigan Technological University. The Vorkshop exposied ' 300 'selected high school girls from nine states and "Canaaa f flrengifteerrng 'f' Winnebago Man Heads Ag Council '. WiNNEBAiSO,-William Westphal of Winnebagd %s rc-efected chairman of the Winnebago-County Agricultural Extension Council Tuesday at the Extension Center. William McDonald,; Winnebago, was re-elected -vice chairman and Richard Carlson^ Winrtebago, secre]tary. four rtew members were added to tlie ExTfShsion council for tyvo-year terms; Charles Bolen, Rqckford; Donald Meissen, Durand; David Baker, Belott^Wis.; and Lbwell .Freedlund, Rocktori.;. /V--"-.' v „ Donald Vormezeele, Durand, Kloyd Hiltdni; p.eca^ontca, arid Richard Ca^ Ison, Winnebago, were reappointed for two-year,terms on the council which determiries thevExtensiop educational ag program fo.r the Extension staff members. ' Band Director Resigns Post At Forreston FORRESTON-Forrestville Valley School Board this, week accepted the resignation of Kenneth A. Kaiser as band director. . i Supt. Ted Gapinski w&s authorized to hire a new band directdr. , ; In other., business the board set th6 adult activity ticket price at $18. The ticket will be good for all homeifootball /games, home .basketball games except -the holiday tourney, home Volleyball games, home wrestling .meets, the school musical and the school play. ', An adult season basketball ticket Will be available for $9. ; .The board approved the purchase of four, new, sewing machines at $284 ;'each. New tables and chairs fpr the home economics department were discussed.? •/..•'.. ,, Window shades for two rooms at the high school will be purchased, the bbard said. The board said prices would be sought for new doors at the Forreston Grade, School. / Roofing materials and blacktop resurfacing were discussed and some prices on these will also be sought. Barbara Vietmeier was, hired as a first grade teacher at Forreston Grade School.' . .; . The book rental fee for students in grades one through 12 will be $10, the board said. Kindergarten book rental will be $5. Livestock Feeders Set Summer Meeting ROCKFORD-Winnebago County Livestock, Feeders will hold their annual summer share-a-dish supper at 7 p.m. July 24 in Farm Bureau Auditorium here. Those attending are to bring a dish to pass and table service. Meat, milk and coffee will be furnished, according to Kerwood Watts, chairman. Presidents LENA-A picnic f6r past presidents * of the Lena American Legipn,,Auxiliary will be held at 6:30 p.m. Monday in Lena Lions Park: Those attending are to bring two dishes to pass and bever- •age. ; ,., - ' .,'. '. Annual Meeting OREGON-Ogle .County Extension Service's annual meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. Thursday with a pork chop barbecue at the Farm Bureau Auditorium' here. Officers and; executivei.' counCU.members will be elected, i, ., r.ARE HERE! —OPEN SUNDAY— ' • - • - « ( ^ . . ^ !.-_;. .- _. For Your Shopping Convenience! California . Santa Ros,a PLUMS • PEACHES • PLUMS • NECTARINES • SEEDLESS GRAPES • ILLINOIS VINE RIPENED TOMATOES • CANTALOUPE California No. 1 New White $149 1 \/ .Lli^dtt «•••«<(•••• •.«.• «•••»* 4 *•• f.» • • • »\» • HOW TAKING MICHIGAN CHILLED ORDERS . . . TINS OF FRUIT 25 Lb. & 30 Lb. Tins STRAWBERRIES - BLACKBERRIES - BLUEBERRIES - RASPBERRIES PIE CHERRIES (Pitted) - BING CHERRIES (Pitted) These are this years Crop. 704 S. WMt |232-75U 9 to 11 P.M.] 903 W, Galena Ave. 232-7M09to»P.>i.| Extension Units Van fero'cklin Unit Van Brocklin .Homemakers Extension Unit will meet at 7 p.m. Monday fpr a picnic supper in the'large shelter house at the lower level of Krape Park. Members are to bring two dishes to pass and table service. Coffee will be furnished. . . ' Red Cedar Unit Members of the Red Cedar unit will meet at 9 a.m. Tuesday for a breakfast in the home of Mrs. Robert Morton, 327 W. Dewey St. Happy Hours Unit A share-a-dish dinner for the Happy Hours unit will be held at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Gary Meyers. The officers will furnish the beverage, and 4-H members will present the program. Hiiis Unit Mrs. John Freese, Council Hill Road, will be hostess to the Hills unit at 1 p.m. July 17. •*, Land Developer Was No Permits At Orangevi/le ORANGEVILLE-Subdivision developer Thomas Derenski is still building homes in Rlchland Meadows here without obtaining building permits, the Orangeville Village Board said this week. The board also said that Derenski has not installed yard lights on each lot as required by the village. The board said it would consult with its attorney ori the matter. In other business the board said a permit has been received from the ; state for the construction of a new sewer line. The board announced that the village, would be able to pay off all of its bonhds on the sewer plant, which was constructed in 1970 for $175,000. Bicycle riders were warned that they must have lights on,their bicycles when riding after dark and they must obey the ssame rules as automobile drivers. Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard. Friday, July 11, 1975 Page 7 'THE CONVERTIBLE GIRL" by Daniel Simon will be presented July 15 through v Aug. 10 at the Shady Lane Farm Playhouse near Marcngo. Members ofthc cast In- , elude Susan C. Lloyd (left), Dale Benson and Alice Mary Rlley. The play tells of,,'. the tears and torments of a couple who are more like January and December. " Oafs Shocking Planned Saturday Weather permitting, the Stephenson County Antique Engine Club will cut and shock dats Saturday at the Bob Elgin farm 2 miles south of Freeport on Walnut Road. It is planned to include horse-drawn equipment in the operation. The oats will be threshed at the club's annual show July 25-27 at the county fairground. Interested persons are invited to view the work Saturday. Area Hospitals Births Mr. and Mrs. : Bradley Mitchell of Peoria are parents of a daughter born July 5. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kitner of Pearl Ciiy. A daughter was born July 8 to Mr. and Mrs. David Nye of Tampicb in Community General Hospital, Sterling. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Nye, Milledgeville, are grandparents. SWIMMING POOL • SUPPLIES • • Algaecides • Chlorine • Test Kits • Repair Kits • Hand Skimmers • LAWN & GARDEN • «Insecticides • Fertiliser • Fungicides /—JULY I AUGUST HOURS-^ I Monday 12 to 9 1 I Tue$., Wed., Thur., Fri 9 to 5:30 I I Saturday .9 to J I LANG'S GARDEN CENTER 425 W. South St. Phone 232-9711 Hurry! Time li space saving consoles at budget-saving prices! ' « solid-state lQ"deeorator CONSOLES i W DIAGONAL .. . 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