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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 21

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Market Reports Today| &ALEIilM(l ORtHKII BtlVMItS Mifket: steady to 2Se high* tit. No. 1-2: 200.230 $35.00'$36.26 Quotitions: NO. 1-S; 200-230 ...... ..m.m^m No. 1-3: 290^200 |33.76.|34.50 No. 2-3: 260-300 132.25-133.75 Packing Sows: steady. $28.50-$32.00 CHICAGO STOCKYARDS ATKINSON MARKET Volume: 2,000. Butcher Trend: opened fully steady. Closed 25-50c higher. No. 1-2: 200-225 $36.75-$37.65 No. 2-4: 200-240 $36.25-$36.75 240-270 $35.5O-$36.50 200-300 $34.25-$35.25 Sow Trend: steady. 300-500 $3l.50-$33.50 Boars: 350 lbs. up ....$30.5O'$31.50 Indianapolis Livastecic INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Livestock: , Hogs 3,500; steady to 25 lower; No 1-2 200-240 lb 36.00-36.50; No 1-3 200-240 lb 35.75-36.25; No 2-3 230-270 lb 35.25-35.75; No 2-4 250-285 lb 34.50-35.25; No 3-4 280300 lb 34.00-34.50., Cattle and calves 1,200; choice steers and heifers mostly steady, other grades steady to 25 lower; choice steers 45.0046.50, mostly 45.00-46.00; good and choice 44.00 - 45.25; good 41.00-44.00; choice heifers 44.00- aitd 40.00- 44.50, lew 45.00; fjood choice 42.50-44.00; good 42.50. Sheep 100; steady to strong; choice woOled lambs 35.00; choice shorn lambs 36.00-37.00. Paoria Ltvatfock PEORIA, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 1,800; steers and heifers fully steady; choice steers 45.00-46.50; good and choice 44.00 - 45.25; good 41.75 - 44.00; 1 load choice and prime heifers 45.25; choice 43.50-45.00; good and choice 42.25 - 43.50; good 40.00-42.25. Hogs 4,300; fully steady to strong; No 1-2 200-230 lb 36.5037.00; No 1-3 200-250 lb 36.0036.50; No 2-3 25O-280 lb 35.0036.000, 280-300 lb 34.50-35.00; No 300-330 lb 34.00-34.50. Interior Hog Pri«ai SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - Interior hogs: 22,000; strong, instances 25 higher; No 1-2 200-230 lb 35.5035.75; No 1-3 200-230 lb few 240 lb mostly 35.25-35.50, few early 35.00; No 1-3 230-250 lb 34.5035.25; No 2-3 250-270 lb 34.0034.75. HOSPITAL NOTES CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION 01 ABINGDON BANK & TRUST COMPANY Of Abingdon, Illinois and subsidiaries at the close of business on March 31, 1973. Published in Response to Call of the Commissioner of Banks and Trust ComtNihies of the State of Illinois. ASSETS 1. Cash and due from banks (including none unposted debits) $ 541,580.39 2. U.S. Treasury securities 291,870.87 3. Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations. _ 1,629.604.76 4. Obligations of States and political subdivisions 1.626,710.32 5. Other securities (including $-.none _ corporate stocks) ._ 299,523.58 7. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell 500,000.00 8. Other loans (including $6,335.11 overdrafts) . . 1,772,974.16 9. Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank - premises 13. Other assets St. Louis Livestock ST. LOUIS (UPI)-Livestock: Hogs 6,500; 25-50 higher; No 1-2 200-230 lb 36.75-37.00; No 1-3 200-240 lb 36.25-36.75; 240-260 lb 35.50-36.25. Cattle 2,500; slaughter steers and heifers mostly 50 lower; 2 packages high choice steers 1050-1150 lb 46.00; choice 9001150 lb 44.50-45.50; mixed good and choice 43.50-44.50; few lots choice and prime heifers 9001000 lb 44.25-44.50; choice 8001000 lb 43.00-44.00; good 39.0042.00; choice vealers 55.00-60.00. Sheep 500. ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Missouri produce: Eggs consumer Grade A'large 44-54, medium 40-50, small 2537; B large 39-50. Hens ice-packed broilers and fryers 44-46.25 for this week's delivery. St. Louis produce: Eggs wholesale Grade A large 28-36, standard 22-26, medium 26-34, unclassified 8-10. 1.00 1,833.33 14. TOTAL ASSETS 6,664,098.20 LIABILITIES 15. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations . 3,252,645.84 18. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ._ 1,759,185.52 17. Deposits of United States Government- 56,279.10 18. Deposits of States and political subdivisions _ . 479,270.03 31. Certified and officers, checks, etc.... 18,844.36 22. TOTAL DEPOSITS $5,566,224.85 (a) Total demand deposits $3,653,641.33 (b) Total time and savings deposits $1,912,583.52 27. Other liabilities 113,407.32 28. TOTAL LIABILITIES 5,679,632.17 RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES 30. R e s e r V e for bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to , Internal Revenue Service rulings) 115.960.81 32. Reserves on securities 151,321.74 S3. TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES 387,291.55 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 35. Equity capital, total (items 36 to 40 below) .. - 717,174.48 87. Common stock— .„„,.„„„„ total par value ... 100,000.00 No. shares authorized 1.000) (No. shares outstanding 1,000) 38. Surpus - - 250,000.00 39: Undivided profits 217,174.48 40. R e s e r V e for con- tineencies and other capital reserves 150,000.00 41. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS (items 34 and 35 above) - 717,174.48 43. TOTAL LIABILITIES. RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS (items 28, Mi 6,664.098.20 I, Roger R. Larien. V-P and Cashier, of the »bov«-niimed bank, io solemnly swe«r that this report of condition is true and correct, to the best of my knowledge and be- Correct-Attest: • ROdpER R. LARSEN E C. HEi: RAE C. HEIPLE^„^^ THEODORE F. MURK CHARLES A. WESNER KENNETH C. BULKELEY State of Illinois, County of Knox. «s: Sworn to and .subscribed before me this 4th da.v of AonI, 1973. My commission expires March 29 1976. Daniel L. Schunk. (Notary's Sea^) Notary Public Joliet Livestock JOLIET, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 1,900; steers steady to strong; heifers steady; high choice and prime steers 46.7547.00; choice 45.25-46.75; good and choice 44.50 - 45.25; good 43.50-44.50; choice heifers 45.2546.75; 1 load 45.75; good and choice 44.00-44.75; no canner or cutter cows. Hogs 900; steady; No 1-2 200230 lb 36.35-36.75, few 37.00; No 1-3 220-250 lb 35.50-36.25; No 2-3 250-270 lb 34.75-35.50; No 3-4 280-300 lb 34.00-34.50. Cottfltte ADMISSIONS SATURDAY: Mfi Jani<!6 fi. Inm«n, M50 Newcomer Dr. Mrs. Caroline R. Whtte, Oquawka Tammie S. Blickem, Wataga Mrs. Selma L. Bell, 51 Lake St. Daivid E. Zuck, im Jefferson St. Mrs. Thelma A. Abersold, 540 N. Seminary St. DISMISSALS SATURDAY: Mrs. Hazel D. Kreps, Bushnell Mardeana R. Hawn, Keithsburg Anthony Terpening, 145 Walnut St. Jeffrey A. Terpening, 145 Walnut St. Mrs. Kathleen L. Ramer, Aledo Mrs. Mary A. Whetstine, 193 Lincoln St. Mrs. Edn?i J. Clark, 1072 Mulberry St. Mrs. Donna R. Werner, Macomb Mrs. Beuldh M. Laux, Bushnell Wallace E. Prince, 1434 Harrison St. Mrs. Beverly A. Meehan, Roseville William C. Starnes, London Mills Mrs. Susan H. Kimler, Williamsfield Mrs. Eunice F. Snow, 71 N. Chambers St. Mrs. Bonnie F. Parkin, 65 Locust St. Michael J. D. Erickson, Knoxville Verne F. LeMaster, Bushnell Mrs. Eva C. Carlson, Galesburg Route 4 Koleta A. Williams, 661 W. South St. Mrs. Crvstal Dian Pipes, East Galesburg Mrs. Karen R. Robinson, Galesburg Route 2 Mrs. Rubye I. Walraven, Industry AOMtSStONS SATURDAY: ytti. EdAi A. Dennis, KnMtilli Mrs. Loii M. Hull, Knoxville Miss Mary S. Hendricks, Rio Mrs. l2ora M. Mundy, Amerleana Narsing Center Walter 3. Motz, Wataga Mrs. Clara R. Ryner, Alexis Mrs. Alice F. Williamson, London Mills DISMISSALS SATURDAY! Mrs. Lois M. Hull, Knoxville Truman Lowe, Avon Mrs. Oeraldine W. Roach, 1143 E. Brooks St. Mrs. Shirley J. Bantz, Laura Willis W. West II, Knoxville Miss Jammie L. Davis, 723 E. Berrien St. Mrs. Lonnie Wong, 461 Monmouth Blvd. Robert A. Markay, Knox College Dewey Overman, 551 S. Pearl St. John Joseph, 239 N. Seminary St. Mrs. Lois Billingsley, 1291 Parkview Rd. Mrs. Barbara J. Briggs, 1602 Bateman St. Mrs. Donna L. Hook, MaquOn Montejay Stairwalt, Maquon ' Mrs. Dolores J. Hennenfent, New Windsor Paul J. Novak, Knoxville Mrs. Hazel B. England, Knoxville ADMISSIONS SUNDAY: Joseph Brown, Galesburg Route 2 Mrs. Elanor E. Briggs, Knoxville Mrs. Kay Clevenger, 121 W. Fremont St. Mrs. Florence M. Conard, 1461 W. Waters St. Michael Conlm, 123 W. Third St. Leland DeSollar, 155 Wahiut St. jMrs. Lois J. Floy, Galva Miss Judy Gabel, 354 S. Chambers St. Thomas J. Hoxworth, Galva Mrs. Ruth E. Miller, St.- Augustine iMrs. Alive D. Piatt, Trenton, N. J. Miss Ruth Shepard, Cameron Jack A. l^ubert, Knox College Jeffrey D. Stabler, Neponset Mrs. Sophia Selk, 196 Day St. Mrs. Delores Wade, 133 Clark St. Mrs. Gloria L. Yeomans, 1260 E. Fremont St. DISMISSALS SUNDAY: Tuesday cattle 500, estimated hogs 700. receipts: Legal Notice POLLUTION VARIANCE The Alexis Feed Mill and thei York Feed Store, Alexis, Warren County, Illinois has filed with the Environmental Protection Agency and Pollution Control Board a Petition for a' Variance. Title IX of the Environmental Protection Act provides for individual variances upon proof by the petitioner that compliance witli specific'. ."IT'^^^^ provisions of tlie Act. rebtediA>^hu^L^Epp^ regulations and/or Board Opinions would impose upon the petitioner an "arbitrary or unreasonable hardship." The petitioner alleges such a hardship, and seeks permission to operate its grain facility handling approximately 300,000 bushels of grain for a one year period in violation of applicable standards while Petitioner can formulate controls and analyze its cost. The Environmental Protection Agency solicits the views of persons who might be adversely affected by the granting of the variance. Any comments or inquiries should be addressed to: Variance Section, Division of Air Pollution Control Springfield, Illinois 62706 (217/5255811). 4/16-23-30; 3T Treasury Accounts WASHINGTON (UPI)-Treasury accounts for the fiscal year through April 11. Withdrawals $2I5,«)0i).722,720.88 Deposits 184,810,.345,783.57 Cash Balance 6,749,367,723.18 Public Debt 456,293,926,693.04 Internal revenue collections on April 11, 1973 were 717,329,004.86. In the Book of Revelation, the pale horse symbolizes death. Drill Delayed COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI) - A mock disaster drill was delayed at Port Columbus Airport while officials contended with a real emergency during the weekend. While "victims" of a mock flood stood by, a small airplane that had lost a landing wheel made a safe landing Saturday on a foam-covered runway. Neither occupant on the aircraft was hurt. 578 S. Henderson St. Michael S. Boone, 1665 W. Waters St. Mrs. Jo Ann Mclntire, 439 Jefferson St. Mrs. Mary I. Goodell, 555 Day St. Walter J. Motz, Wataga Miss Colleen K. Allen, \424 W. North St. Corpse Snores At Undertaker LONDON (UPI) - When the undertaker opened the coffin to prepare Mrs. Rose Hanover, 85, for'embalming, he received the shock of his life. The "corpse" snored. He called the police and an ambulance took Mrs. Hanover to a hospital where she was reported today in "much improved" condition. She collapsed in her London apartment last week and was certified dead by Dr. Alfred Beselau. "By all the normal tests, breathing and heart, she appeared to be ded," he said. "These things happen." 'Ladies Day" Cleaning Special Every Tuesday b OFF on All Ladies Cleaning Received In Either of Our Two Stores On Tuciday No Free Pick up aod Delivery Furs Excluded LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS 332 E. FERRIJ 1472 N HENDERSON Killed in Crash MURPHYSBORO, 111. (UPI) —James Austin, 59, Murphysboro, was killed Saturday in a head-on collision on Illinois 13 in which two other persons were injured. Gdlisburg RfeQistef'MQil, Golesburg, III. Monday, April }6,J972_il Three Abingdon Incumbents Win AMNODON'*ThrM Iflcum* bents were returned to office end one newcomer wee' successful In Ms bid for election to DistHct 217 Board of Education in Saturday's election. Arthur C. Donart of Cedar Township unseated incumbent Thomas Brackett by a 31»>2W vote marghi. Roy Lewis, incumbent board member, was successful In his bid for re-election. He received a total of 38() votes. He Is also a Cedar Township resident. Russell Onion, the fourth candidate from Cedar Township, tallied 270 votes hi his first bid for election to the school board. Donart, an instructor of English of Western Illinois University, was a candidate for election to the board at the last election. His wife is a first grade teacher in the district. Both Donart and Lewis were elected for full 3-year terms. Stanley Lorenzen and Wayne Melton were unopposed hi their try for unex­ pired terms on the board, and both received 560 votes. Lorenzen was elected to fill an unexpired. 2-year term from Berwick Township, and Wayne Melton was elected for ABINGDON MRS. GERALDINE BAUER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: RFD St. Augustine, 111. Ph. 462-2477 Tests Set ALTONA — Glaucoma screening tests for persons 35 and older will be given April 20 from 9 a.m.-noon at the Altona Fire Station. The tests, sponsored by the Altona Lions Club, will be free of charge, a club spokesman said. an unexpired l-year term in Indian Point Township. Both had been appointed to fill the vacancies until election. A total of 670 votes were cast in four precincts. Capt. Raymond Briggs of the Salvation Army was the speaker when United Methodist Women met April 11. Capt. Briggs outlhied the work done in the Greater Galesburg-Knox County area and explabied the expansion program that is now in progress. During the business session conducted by Mrs. Robert Moore, president, reports were given by Miss Esther Anderson, Mrs. Ruth Dunlap and Mrs. Esther Stone. Mrs. Mabel Swanson, Mrs. Don Baughman and Mrs. Moore were appointed to a committee to plan a church clean-up day. Mrs. Gracie Peterson of Monmouth will present the program for the mother- daughter banquet to be held at the church May 9 at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are available from Mrs. Paul Cuba, Mrs. H. Jay Sandercock, Mrs. John Lewis and Mrs. Charles Hagy. Mrs. Bernard Dare and Miss Barbara Struigfield closed the meeting with a candlelight ceremony depicting a Holy Week drama. Members of Hope Circle were hostesses for the meeting. Members of Berean Baptist Church will have a preyer service at the home of Rev. Joseph Wiiser, 104 N. Carlysle St., Wednesday at 7 p.m. Members will vote on continuing or disbanding PTO at n meeting at the grade school Tuesday at 7:90 p.m. Mrs. Sally Wingate, speech teacher, will present the program. Members are asked to note the change of meeting date. Groups 2 and 3 of Christian Women's Fellowship will meet at the Christian Church Wednesday. Group 3 Will meet at 9:30 a.m., and Group 2 will meet at 1:30 p.m. Abingdon Readies To Host Stockdale ABINGDON - Capt. James Bond Stockdale, who was held captive in a North Vietnamese prison camp for more than seven years, will be welcomed by his hometown at a Wednesday reception. Friends and former neighbors will meet the Stockdales at the reception at the aU- purpose room of the Abingdon Grade School Wednesday from 7-9 p.m. The city today is busy erecting signs at the north and south city limits which read, "Welcome Home, Jim." The Stockdales are expected to arrive Tuesday, and residents are being urged to fly their flags and to place signs of welcome on homes. Roger Larson, chairman of the committee planning the reception, said earlier that no plans for a parade have been made. He said that Stockdale had requested that his return to his hometown be kept low- key. Members of the Abingdon Woman's CUib will prepare for the reception, and PEO members and Stockdate's former classmates will be hosts for the reception. Members of the American Legion post will serve as honor guards. The Abingdon High School Band will present musical selections and members of the school's art department are making posters. Abmgdon Bank and Trust Co. has underwritten expenses of the reception. Knoxville Voters Pick School Choices The game of checkers known as draughts in England. KNOXVILLE - School District 202 voters Saturday returned one incumbent to office and elected one newcomer in a Jjway contest for two seats on the Board of Education. Jack L. Moore, incumbent from Percifer Township, received 252 votes to be returned to the post. John Liston, Haw Creek Towtnhlp, was elected to fill the other vacancy with a vote of 283. Paul Kniss, Orange Township, the third candidate in the race, received 133 votes. Liston wUl fill the post held by incumbent Maurice Bjorling, Percifer Township, who did not seek re-election. Officials are investigating the possibility of arson in connection with a fire Saturday that destroyed a house owned by Connie Gustafson. The house was located five miles northwest of Appleton and the Appleton Fire Department was joined by the Knoxville department in fighting the blaze. The house had been vacant for 10-12 years and had no electricity. Officials said no fires had been burning nearby to set off the blaze. Arson is a possibility, they said. The blaze was spotted about 9:30 a.m., but was raging out of control when the Appleton Fire Department arrived on the scene. The Knoxville High School Band and Orchestra won first division ratings at the state music cwitest held at ROVA High School Saturday. All ANNABEL PETERSON CURRESPUNUENT Home Address: 2t0 N. Timber St. Phona r89-2818 judges gave the b^^nd first di- visiai ratings. The mixed chorus and girls' glee club received second division ratings. The band and orchestra today will start its liquid soap sale project. Proceeds will be used to purchase additional uniforms. The last two projects brought a profit of $3,000 toward the purchase of new uniforms. The Red Gross Bloodmobile win be at the American Legion Hall Wednesday from noon to 6 p.m. Rev. George Youtzy of Ouwidock Boys School will be the speaker when United Methodist Men meet for a supper Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. Ilie Knoxville City Council will meet today at 8 p.m. Mrs. Gene Suydam, Mrs. Don Breeden, Mrs. Mary Meyer and Mrs, Robert Bailey, members of Knoxville Junior Woman's Club, attended the 15th District convention at Farmington Thursday. The Knoxville club received first place awards in magazine, treasurer, arts and crafts and a third in safety. Jerry Carlton, president of Knoxville Business Assn., said Saturday's Peanut Day was a success. The organization and the Jaycees will sponsor an Easter egg hunt April 21. The Knoxville Rotary Club will meet Tuesday at noon at the Sheraton Motor Inn, Galesburg. VOTE FOR CARL A. SAND For Mayer of Abingdon Pol. Adv. Oliver Cromwell, the strong man of England in the 1600s, called the "uncrowned king" of England, was the only person not of royal blood to rule Eng- isi'land since the Norman Conquest. DISCOVER MUSIC PRIVATE LESSONS PIANO ORGAN CLARINET FLUTE SAXOPHONE OBOE PERCUSSION GUITAR CORNET TROMBONE FRENCH HORN BARITONE i6 2 323 E. MAIN PH. 343*6914 Tim Hasten S«z . . . "Let me show you what old fashioned cheerful service is . . . please drop in soon." JOUTHSIDE GUIF 406 S. Chambers GoUibur) KEEP EXPERIENCE IN CITY HALL RE»ELECT Wilford 'tookie" Andrews ABINGDON CITY CLERK Tuesday, April 17 Proven R«cord of Strvict To Th« Vottr -Pol. Adv. OUR OWN RECIPE FOR EASTER Bountifully filltd ond decorated Eoster boskets. Toys ond nov- ItJes By Our Own Bunny, Wonetto, In H«r Own Workshop. These Are Exceptional Volues—Pleose Compore With the Com" merciol Factory Mooe Items. BEAUTIFUL LIVE EASTER LILIES MUMS HYDRANGEAS Moderately $199 And Priced I \tp All Your Eoster Needs Here CANDY — TOYS NOVELTIES PARTY GOODS ~ CARDS FASHION APPAREL BEN FRANKLIN Abingdon

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