Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 15, 1975 · Page 13
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Freeport, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 15, 1975
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OH Prices 8 .WASHINGTON (UPI) - Liberals in Conferes* will fight President Ford's plan to allow the controlled price of oil to rise from $5.25 to $13.50 a barrel over ' the,Ti^rt 30 jmonths. /..,- Under;existing law, they will have ? five working days to seek to defeat.the plan after Ford formally submits it; £ EA^^M^tnlSftratorFrank^arbsaid ^ it Wih^;sabmitted Wednesday. & > "Congress will not buy decontrol r ;now,'! said House Democratic Whip ^iTjioriiias ^)'NeiU Jr. of Massachusetts. £ vBur$ :yi$w of an unbroken series of ^'-Setbacks to veto battiest this year, ^ft&Sy: Democrats were nipt that sah- ••'• guirie about their chances of winning . '/.»i:i^iLy,ii**L(...- '-'~J !_''• >_•!•_ *• -i~i •'. • '•••" ' • • . * .' , ._ „_ ^..Jhis plan would drive the price of/gasoline up by seven cents a gallon by 1978 - "a small price to pay for our independence from the costly j^hintW foreign suppliers." But many liberals contended the price was niuch higher than the administration wits willing to acknowledge. They said decontrol and this fall's expected increase in prices of imported ""oil threaten to shatter the economy, driving prices and unemployment up just as severely as the 1973 embargo and oil price rise. Ford's purpose is to drive up energy prices to encourage conservation and to give oilmen additional incentive to .took for new sources of petroleum. His opponents say prices are so rugn no further incentives are needed. They , say higher prices will lower standards of living without affecting petroleum consumption much. /> About 60 per cent of domestically produced oil - "old" oil, representing wells in operation before the 1973 embargo - is controlled at $5.25 a barrel. The rest of domestic oil - "new" oil sells for about $12 a barrel. The "blend" price is about $8.50. Under the administration plan announced Monday by Ford this would rise to $13.50 by, January, 1978. CANCER GEOGRAPHIC PATTERN mp-1969 (by county) €«nc»r Typ*» STOMACH ILADDfl MMtitt*; ••••*•••!• •«••••»••• Ml •!•••• * ' TNtOAT LUNO THE NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE'S first county-by- county atlas of cancer deaths among white persons which became publicly available earlier this month contains some Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard, Tuesday, July 15, 1975 Page 13* May Ask Congress To Stop Rail Strike surprising findings. Some representative cancer types and their areas of prevalence according to the report are indicated on the above map.-UPI Photo. • '\ County Atlas Of Cancer Deaths WASHINGTON (UPI)'- High death rates for lung cancer suprisingly have been found in predominantly rural, seaport areas along the Gulf Coast from Texas to the Florida Panhandle. A cluster of suspiciously high rates of colon cancer for both sexes is reported for some southeastern Nebraska counties. ' , These and other clues to the epi- demiology of 35 types of cancer among white persons are disclosed in the National Cancer Institute's, first county by-county atlas of cancer deaths. Fu- ture.reports cover non-white persons. The report is being mailed to' cancer epidemiologists, who study disease distribution and incidence rates, and to Comprehensive Cancer Centers throughout the country to help them trace possible environmental, genetic or other causes of cancer. Based on a study of some 6 million cancer deaths between 1950 and 1969, the atlas provides the first tentative scientific interpretation of more than 700 pages of raw data released last year for each of the 3,056 counties in 48 mainland states. Among the findings: -For all counties with a white population of at least 10,000 persons, the bladder cancer death rate for males is highest in Salem County, N.J. About one-fourth of the workers in that county are employed in chemical and allied industries, and workers exposed to chemicals such as 2-naphthylamine are known to have an increased risk of bladder cancer, '-Of the 21 counties in New Jersey, 18 have bladder cancer rates for males among the highest in the nation; 15 are among the highest for colon cancer among males, and 18 for colon cancer , among females. -The maps for lung cancer indicate excessive deaths are not limited to highly populated urban areas where cigarette smoking and air pollution are most prominent. The rates are highest along the coast of the Gulf of Mexico, particularly in Louisiana where 38 of the state's 64 parishes have lung cancer rates in the highest tenth of male rates for all U.S. counties. Of the 31 American counties in the top 1 per cent for lung cancer in men, 13 are in Louisiana and 7 are along the Gulf Coast and the Atlantic Coast from northern Florida to Charleston, S.C. Lung cancer is also high in the New York City area and New Jersey. WASHINGTON (UPI) - The White House's labor troubleshooter says the administration may be forced to ask Congress to head off a nationwide rail strike If the railroads and their clerical union don't agree on a contract by Wednesday. W.J. Usery Jr,, special assistant to the President for labor affairs, said both sides agreed that if no significant progress was made by Wednesday the administration woUld be allowed to make "orderly decisions" if a strike appears Inevitable. Usery said that in a short time a rail strike would hit major industries, particularly autos and steel, with "very, very serious results." The Brotherhood of Railway and Airline Clerks' contract expired at the end'of last year, and preparations wen; made last month for a strike. But union president C.L. Dennis agreed to extend talks until 12:01 a.m. July 21, the same time a postal workers' contract expires. If Dennis' 117,000 members on the national railway system go, the other rail unions are expected to follow. Dennis and William Dcmpsey, representing the National Railway Labor Conference, resumed negotiations Monday with the aid of Usery and National Mediation Board member George Ives. Usery later left the rail talks and returned to postal negotiations. Usery said the administration's concerns about the economy will require it to make decisions Wednesday If there is no settlement and a strike appears inevitable. "We want to do everything we can to avoid going to Congress," Usery said. As a result of a 1970 strike, which lasted three hours, Congress mandated a pay increase for BRAC, which represents the workers who Issue tickets and fill out papers that keep the railroads running. "They know that after-Wednesday, we will have to start thinking about what we will do after a strike occurs," Usery said. Usery said that because Dennis had agreed already to one extension ADS LEGALS ; Legal Notices •• .. ASSUMED NAME PUBLICATION NOTICE Public Notice thereby given that on July 1, .1975, a certificate was filed in the Office of the ..r,County. .Clerk of Stephenson County, Illinois, setting forth the names and post-office addresses of all of the persons owning; conducting and transacting the business known as Alliance Dental Ceramics! located at 222 West .Exchange, Freeport, Illinois li 61032. ' Dated this 1st day of July, 1975. Dean W. Amendt, County Clerk 7-15-22-29 CLAIM NOTICE NOTICE IS GIVEN that LETTERS OF OFFICE were issued on June 27, 1975 in the estate of JACOB AWENDER, deceased, , NO. 75-P-116,,CLAIMS may be filed within SIX (6) MONTHS from said-date. Any Claim not filed within that period is barred ,as to the, estate inventoried within .that period. ' 'Albert H. Manus Jr., Attorney, Freepbrti Illinois. .' Erie Awender, Executor, 1317 . La Cresta Drive, Freeport, Illinois. ETHA CHAMPLIN Circuit Clerk Pro tern tfir-.-' 1 '; •••:.•,"A ' -:. 7-1-8-15-31' ,CLAIM NOTICE NOTICE IS GIVEN that LETTERS OF OFFICE were issued on July 2, 1975 in the estate of .FAYNE D.'KAILEY, deceased, NO. 75-P-110. Claims may be filed within SIX («) MONTH.S. from, said date. ,Any Claim not filed within that period is barred as to the estate-inventoried within that period/ ;: :1 -;' •Hunter, Plager & Hasting, Attorneys; Freebort, Illinois. • Stiver L. .Clay, Executor, 815 Garfield, Belvidere, Illinois 61008. ' ; , ETHA CHAMPLIN, .'Circuit Clerk Pro-Tern v;w. .::;: •' ^- •- 7-8-15-22 ANNOUNCEMENTS Deaths Card Of Thanks .ALLEN - I wish to thank all l' ! ,Jit rienfls, 'neighbors 4 relatives (-,"•' for .theVflowers & 'cards sent to >.-.' my mother on her birthday. **•'-'-•• • HELEN SIECK £,. LQRENZ'- I wish, to thank my ,.., friends'and: neighbors for the * flowers and visits received dur- £ ing my stay in- the hospital; *. also the nurses. •!' - MRS. CELLA LORENZ .-} IB Meinoriain *', In Loving Memory Of ;< /I. 1 , RUTH MAE TURNER *1 Who passed away 6 years ago *j July 13. ! • The depth of sorrows we can't tell••• - The loss of one we loved so well. - t; Wt\ije she's sleeping a : peaceful spep, ' ~> Her memory 'we shall Always keep. ••'•: Husband 4 Children Monuments, Cemetery Lots > ENGELS MONUMENT WORKS Cor. Demoted pr. & W. Empire PHONE 232-9119 i! - FLACHTEMEIER Established 1874 807 S' Adaros Ave. 232-2312 Personals 10 A BI-CENTENNIAL keepsake 13 Colony spoons with.spoon rack. C. H. Little & Co., 24 E: Stephenson. ACCIDENTS CAN HAPPEN! 'ARE YOU PREPARED? INSURE WITH US • Western States Insurance Co. Personals 10 Bone China By Royal Doultan $ AVE By The Set! Ringers, on the plaza, 233-2012 BRING YOUR CONTAINERS To HOUSE & GARDEN 700 W. South St. . 232-3298 GIFT BOOKS For every occasion & need CHRISTIAN SUPPLY CENTER HAROLD WIRTJES - Stump removal; also tree & shrub trimming. Free est. 232-4838. HAVE A HEART, TAKE SOMEONE TO Dairy Dreem Today! Photo Albums, Memory Books For the BRIDE Garrity Gifts Lincoln Mall Pregnant & Distressed? Call 232^093 RENT THE "PRO - Steamex Carpet Cleaner with 6 power )''jets. Johnny-On-The-Spot, 2324514, , •',., •' . ' Sager Tours August 4th, 4 days, Mackinac Island & Soo Locks. Aug.' 16, Wisconsin State Fair Labor Day Weekend Tours, include-Lake of the Ozarks or Mackinac Island or St. Louis & Six Flags. 232-3128 SELECT YOUR DRAPERIES In your own home. Call 233-3191 for personal service. Weise's. SHRINK ART SUPPLIES Dorothy's Craft Shop DAVIS, ILL. - 865-5187 TYING THE KNOT? Why not call H. J. Ware, Photographer for your best pose. 232-5812 WANTED - Room & board for alert 62-year-old lady with cane. 563-4640 WE HAVE a repair service for most cameras and projectors at EMMERT DRUG CO. YOJU CAN be-sure of earning better than 6% interest on your savings for the next two years with a Golden Passbook I account at State Bank, Garage & Yard Sale 13 GARAGE SALE - Wed., Thurs. 4 Friday, 9-? West Stephenson St. Road (2 doors W. of Lake In The Woods Nursery.) PORCH SALE - July 17-18th, 94 p.m., at 717 S. Liberty. Fruit jars; dishes; knick-knacks; drapes; clothing; etc. TRASH 'N TREASURE Garage Sale, July 17 - 18th, 9-6, at 1129 . Hillcrest Drive. 20" boy's bike; toys; ice skates; scrap metal; plumbing parts; 2-dr. medicine chest with mirror; recorder & phono (as is); much more: WOMEN love HOST for carpet cleaning. It's faster, easier than shampooo and makes carpets new again. Rent the HOST machine from Freeport Ceramic Tile, 447 W. South St. 4 FAMILY GARAGE SALE - 410 W. Roosevelt St., Thurs. & Fri., 8:30 • 9 & Sat., 8:30-5. Jewelry; ladies', men's and children's clothing; dishes; linens; towels;' yard goods; household items; tools; misc. items. Automobiles For Sale 21 AUTOMOTIVE Body Repair & Repainting pfeRDUES ; . 55 E.Monterey St. - 232-3167 FOR SALE - 1970 Mustang 6, 2- door hardtop. 'Good cond. 8655524. ••••••• Hoy Ford Sales Monday - Sat,, till 5 p.m. Friday till 9 p.m. LENA, ILL. 369-4414 J&J - Auto Wrecking. Used auto parts. Buying cars & trucks. 449-2469. River Road, 1 mile N. on Markel Road. MUST SELL- Going into Army. '67 Dodge Coronet 383, air, power steering & brakes, good cond. 233-1765. "there's no way to head off a strike unless Congress should act" Besides wages and benefits, the union insists on job guarantees. Several other railroad unions have accepted what is known as a pattern settlement, calling for a 41 per cent wage and benefits increase. Dennis says that is not enough. Some Postal Walkouts Expected .WASHINGTON (UPI) - Contract talks between the postal service and its unions may extend beyond next Monday's strike deadline, but there may be some walkouts in big cities, according to a union source. W.J. Usery Jr., White House special assistant for labor management relations, brought the two sides together for long weekend sessions and more took place Monday. Usery said "we run the risk of demonstrations" by disgruntled postal workers after Sunday night. The outcome of the postal negotiations certainly will influence the size of the deficit of operations by the U.S. Postal Service. Even if there is no raise, however, postal officials acknowledge rate increases are needed to get the system out of the red. ] Money and fringe benefits were at issue. But one union source said "the unions have made it clear the no-layoff clause must be continued in the next contract. That's not even negotiable. I think they've got the message now." The unions represnt about 605,00(1 workers in all, Including the American Postal Workers Union, the National Association of Letter Carriers and the National Post Office, Mall Handlers, Watchmen and Group Leaders' division of the Laborers International Union, all AFL-CIO, and the independent National Rural Letter Carriers; Association. Automobiles For Sale 21 A Good Buy Is Only A Good Buy When you have honest prices, fair trade and reliable service befor.e and after the sale. You get it all at Donahue Motors. '71 CHEVELLE Malibu 2-door hardtop. V-8 automatic, power steering, radio, vinyl top. A nice clean car .$2095 '69 DODGE Dart 4Kloqr, 6 cylinder, automatic, cadio. A good.older economy car ?1295 v See These'Fine Cars A't Our MAIN & ADAMS ; LOT DONAHUE • MOTORS; . WE LEASED RENT CARS American Motors - Dodge Open Saturday Till 5 Monday & Friday Till 9 Tues., Wed. _& Thurs. Till 5:30 In Downtown Freeport NEW, Spring-Van Buren, 233-1517 USED, Main at Adams, 232 : 7612 P&W SUPPLY Painting and welding Supplies and Equipment • 205 N. Adams (Beside Bus Depot) 232-1836 SMITH FORD SALES; INC. FORD SALES & SERVICE Open Wed. & Fri. till 9 p.m. Forrestbn, m?, 938-2131 John Manus; Freeport, 232-5434 SPORTSMAN You'll love this 1973 Dodge Royal Sportsman A Maxi wagon. It's tan and white in color with air conditioning and AM/FM radio, driven only-27,000 miles. See it today at: STAGECOACH MOTORS Hours: Daily 8-6; Sa.t. 8-5 CHRYSLER, PLYMOUTH DODGE, DODGE TRUCKS Dick Wllkening, Owner LENA, ILL. ' 369-2211 VOLKSWAGEN - For Sale. Good gas mileage. Excellent condition. Phone 233-2987. Why Go To A Little Dealer Ihms has over 100 NEW CARS and over 100 Used in stock at all times, at nothing but Big, Big, Big, Big, BIG DISCOUNTS .... Our yolutne tekes care of our srriall over? head,. Also, beforg' you ' buy a new or' used'-car check the Dealer's Service Dept. . '72 JAGUAR V-12 Rqadster Call 563-4869 after 5. '68 CAMARO Super Sport. 396, New paint, shocks and tires: f 1500. 244-9320 alter 4 p.m. Automobiles For Sale 21 Dont Simmer THIS Summer! Factory Air Comfort '74 Camaro LT coupe 73 Pontiac >Le <Mans Sport Coupe 73 Olds Vista Cruiser ;.....-. : 3 seat wagon . ' ! t WBuick Regal Sport Coupe 73 Chevrolet Caprice Sport Coupe 73 Buick Estate 3 seat wagon 73 Olds Cutlass Supreme Sport Coupe Choice of 2 73 Buick Le Sabre Custom 4-dooE hardtops Choice of 3 73 Pontiac Bonneville Sport Coupe 73 Chevrolet Caprice 4-door hardtop 72 Olds Delta Royal 4-door hardtop 72 Pontiac Grand Prix Sport Coupe 71 Ford LTD Squire 3 seat wagon 70 Olds Cutlass Supreme Sport Coupe 70 Olds Vista Cruiser 3 seat wagon Here is a selected group of Vacation Ready Quality Cars which have been thoroughly checked' in our -Service Department Select Yours Today! On display at our used car lot, 1650 S. Galena Ave., 233-1422, next to Kbym Lighting Center. HAROLD -PONTIAC •Mon. & Fri. 7 TiU 9 '"ed. & Thurs. Till 6 Sa(. Till 5 FOR-SALE - '64 Ford Falrlane, , small V-9, automatic transmission.' Real mileage maker, real clean! Ed's Auto Sales, Scales Mound 845-2317. Automobiles For Sale 2i 1972 VOLKSWAGEN Super Beetle. 232-0242 for appointment 1970 CHEVELLE SS 454 2-door'hardtop. Automatic, A"M/FM radio, cassette tape deck. 40,000 miles. An A-l Perfect Auto. $2400 firm. Engles Kawasaki Rt. 20 E., Freeport, 111., 232-0354 Across From Holiday Inn 1970 VOLKSWAGEN VAN Good condition. Best offer; Phone 232-2783 1968; BUICK - 4-door, power steering & brakes, air. Very sharp car! Phone 232-0345. 1968 CHEVROLET IRVIN'S MOTORS Cor. Galena & Jackson, 232-0087 Auto Trucks and Trailers 24 Pickup Gas Tank Plus Steel Tanks to fit larger trucks. Monroe Machine & Welding 1020 3rd Ave., Monroe. 328-8127 WE REPAIR - Magnetos, alternators, generators, starters that you bring in! GERRY'S MOTOR CLINIC 324 E. Washington St. 233-2113 '71 CMC % ton Van Extra clean Vandura model with 6 and stick. AM/FM pushbutton radio. 232-6385. '70 FORD - LN700 truck, 5-speed • transmission, 2-speed rear end, 32,000 miles. Combination grain & stock box. Call 369-4215. 1973 CMC % ton pickup with a 350 engine. ' Phone 815/367-2991 1971 CHEVROLET -,- % ton pickup. 350 V-8, power steering . & brakes, automatic. 34,000 miles. 789-4677, Journal-Standard WANT AD Hours 8 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Monday through Friday 1937 FORD - Pickup, customized, hot 327 Chevy engine. New mags and tires and much more. Would consider trade on sports car. Phone 232-4838. Auto Accessories, etc. 25 Freeport Auto Supply Acme Rebuilt Distributors 607 N. West Ave., 232-6164 r* 1969 CHEVELLE Malibu 2-Door Hardtop An economical 307 V-8, automatic, power steering, power brakes, factory air conditioning. Lemon yellow in color copped with a block vinyl top with block pin striping and a matching vinyl Interior. Locally owned. If you're looking for a sup*r sharp '69 Owvelle this hot got'to-be the oriel!' ; $1495 J, H. Barkau & Son Ctdarvillt 563-4812 — ^*--*-- L -— j -—-^"--^ --"-'"- — — -— —- Motorcycles and Bicycles 27 BICYCLES A Made an Freeport Cycle Center (NEXT TO STATE THEATER) All Speeds, 3-Wheeler, Exerciser Repairs-Accessories-Trade-in Vjsta-Nishikl-Motobccane Matthews Motocross BMX For Only Suzuki 500CC Special The only SOOcc On Today's Market $1150 Plus Tax 12-month-12,000-mlle warranty See It Today At: Ted Alber Service Center 207 S. Galena 232-1185 BICYCLES SALES & SERVICE SCHWINN & others Service For All Makes Kegel Cycle & Key Shop 120 S. Chicago Ave. Freeport, I1J. 233-2014 Motorcycles and Bicycles 27 C & D-BMW, INC. JULY USED MOTORCYCLE SPECIALS SAVINGS UP TO $200 WAS NOW '68 TRIUMPH SOOcc Daytona : |950 $850 71 BSA 650cc twin cyl. $1095 * 950 '71 BMW R-75-5 $1850 $1050 '73 BMW R-75-5 long frame,'mint $2250 $2100 '73 KAWASAKI 500...$1095 $895 -'74 BSA SOOcc single, B-50MX.. $1095 $ 925 '73 SUZU KI GT 300 . .$ 695 $ 625 Rt. 20 East Freeport 232-2214 FAST SERVICE Bike Repair-All Makes THE SPOKE 25 W. Stephenson 232-2368 FOR SALE - 12 gauge single shotgun; '72 Suzuki 125; 72 Harley Davidson 125, both In excellent condition. Call 5634685. Freeport Yamaha Where Service and KNOW-HOW Are Number 1 Rt. 26 N. Freeport, 232-2732 Motorcycles and Bicycles 27 HONDA MOTORCYCLES Complete Motorcycle Ins. SPORT MOTORS 1501 S. West Ave, 232-6101 LIKE NEW - CHOPPER parts for 650 Yamaha. Call Lanark 493-6241. Raleigh Bicycles All Models In Slock SPORT MOTORS 1501 S. West Ave. 232-6101 'RUPP FUN MACHINES Motorcycles - Go-.Ioe Street Legal Centaur SEE THEM AT: D-R Hardware & Electronics PEARL CITY, ILL. 443-2731 fhe ~~ INDIAN Motorcycles ARE HERE PERDUES N. Van Buren Rd. 232-3165 '71 HONDA - 450CB. Disc brakes, luggage rack. Call 2334282 anytime. 1974 SUZUKI 250 GT, like new. $750. Call 947-3457 1974 SUZUKI 550 - Back rest, $1300 or best offer. Can be soon at 101% W. Empire; HOWS THE TIME HERE'S THE PLACE BACHRODT'S If you want to get the most automobile for your money, now is the time to buy one of these OK used cars. 1972 CAMARO V-8, automatic, power 'steering, power brakes, radio. ................................. A <f A A « I Ull U I UU 1971 PLYMOUTH Fury III 4-door. V-8, automatic, power steering, power brakes, air conditioning, vinyl roof. A very clean one owner car 2190 1969 PONTIAC Grand Prix, bucket seats, power assists and air conditioning ''1990 1968 DODGE coupe. V-8,' automoTic, power steering, power brakes, air conditioning 390 1970 FORD MOO Vt ton pickup. 6 cylinder,, automatic 1890 1972 PINTO Runabout, economy Plus! 4 cylinder engine, 4-speed transmission and air conditioning ; 2190 1970 CHRYSLER Newport 4-door sedan. V- 8, automatic, power steering, power brakes, air 1590 1968 FORD Galaxie 500 XL coupe. V- 8, automatic, power steering, power brakes 1090 1967 OLDS DELTA 88 4-door sedan. V-8, au- tomaric, power steering, power brakes 1969 INTERNATIONAL 1700 series, 2 ton, 5-7 Yard dump box. V-8, 5- speed Save FREfPOKT Unl.l V 801 Ecist South St Freeport, 233-5141

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