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Page 12 Freeport, (III.) JournaF-Standard Monday, July 1, 1968 Remember when the iceman^cameth"! Those were the days when the milk turned sour if the iceman came late. When ice cream wouldn't keep. And food could spoil easily. But what could you do? Buy a new refrigerator? There were no refrigerators. Today, the problem's which refrigerator. The one that defrosts itself? Or the one with the larger freezer compartment? There are people who think • the problem of choosing is the problem. The choice is too big. Too difficult. Too much competition only confuses you. So, in the name of "Consumer Protection" they want to limit your choice. Our economy was built on free competition. That's why our free choice keeps getting bigger and better. And if somebody introduces tomorrow's refrigerator today, wouldn't you want to be able to buy it? Be choosy. You've got a right. One Of A Series Of Advertisements On How You Benefit From The American Marketing System Presented By THE FREEPORT JOURNAL-STANDARD, Freeport, III.