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Y6 Goloburo Reaistcr-Moit, Gol^burq, Why Are Russian Pittites Trailing A U.S. Task Force? IF W6 SHOULD INTERCEPT ONE OF THOSE RUSSIAN'J/AW WHATA we EVERY COUNTRY HAS TH6 RIGHT 10 . flS 0V6R INTERNATIONAL WATE^J -Features fivndlcale. Inc. 1963. Peters May Remain on Commission CENTRALIA, III. (UPD-State Sen. Dwight Friedrich, R - Centralia, said Monday Sen. Joseph R. Peters, R-St. Joseph may be retained as budgetary commission chairman. He said two separate actions in the recently concluded legislature, "could lead to Peters' retention. Friedrich listed them as: —The failure of the Senate to confirm the appointment of Sen. Paul Zeigler, D-Carmi, to the commission, and —Passage of a bill which removed Democratic Gov. Otto Kerner from membership on the commission. Anti-Daley Monday, Friedrich announced that downstate Republican senators had formed an "Anti-Daley Dictatorship Committee." The group alleges that Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley is engineering a drive to oust Peters as chairman of the powerful commission. He contends that Daley was upset by Peters' part in defeating a bill that would allow Illinois cities to raise their sales taxes. Daley denied he was responsible for any move to oust Peters. 315-Pounder Drops to a Svelte 184 LOS ANGELES (AP)-An ex- Wave, who said "I'm a foodohol ,ic," left Wadsworth Veterans Administration Hospital weighing a svelte—for her—184 pounds. Mrs. Elaine Johnson, 39, entered the hospital six months ago weighing 315 pounds. The reducing treatment at the West Los Angeles hospital included a 117-day fast. Doctors say it may be the longest time anyone has gone without food on a diet regimen. During this time she took nothing but water and vitamins. "I feel great, " Mrs. Johnson said as she came down the hospital steps Monday. Soviet reconnaissance planes are tailing an American task force on its way to maneuvers near Gibraltar. Commander Buz Sawyer, leading a squadron of F-4 Phantoms from the carrier Shiloh, must discover the plans of the "Russian bears"! Buz and his radio officer, Ensign Jensen, are on an assignment that can lead to international complications—and some exciting moments. Don't miss this new adventure in BUZ SAWYER, by Roy Crane, starting Monday, July 22 in the Galesburg Register-Mail. Tuesday, July 1 6,-. 1 .963 luihftefl llv«ftfo«k Market is uneven. Mixed 1902.50 lbs., $18.00-$18.S0; 250 -300 lbs., $l7.00-$i8.00;. sows steady; bulking at $13.50 -$16.00- cattle steady; lambs steady.' Galesburg Hog Market Galesburg Order Buyers C. B. A 0. Stockyards Market steady. Bulk of best eastern shipping hogs $18.25- $18.5Q. Top $18 .75. Quotations: 200-230 $18.00-$18.75 230-250 $17.50-$18.50 250-300 $16.25-$18.00 Sows; 300-500 $12.75-$15.50 Peoria Livestock PEORIA, 111. ( AP)-T(USDA)Hogs 2,500; butchers 25 to lower; f -2 190-235 lb butchers 18.75-19.00; 77 head 1-2 200-220 lbs 19.25; 2-3 240-270 lbs 17.75-18.25 ; 2-3 270-300 lbs 16.25-17.75; 1-3 270-380 lb SOWS' 14.00-16.00; 1-3 370-500 lbs 13.0014.00; 2-3 500-650 lbs 12.00-13.00. Cattle 650; choice 900-1,200 lb steers 24.55 - 25.25; good 21.5023.50; choice 850-950 lb" heifers 23.50 - 24.75; good 21.50 - 22.50; calves 16; choice 25.00-27.00; good 21.00-25.00. Sheep 55; good 90-100 lb spring lambs 16.00-18.00. School Board Requests Bids On Food Items Bids on canned and staple food items for use in the cafeterias during the 1963-64 school year have been requested by District 205 Board of Education. Bids will be turned in to the board office, 590 N. Prairie St., July 31 at 1:30 p.m. Detailed specifications as to the quality and quantity to be purchased are on file and available at the board office. Markets at a Glance By United Press International Stocks mixed in quiet trading. Bonds narrowly mixed. U.S. government bonds easier in quiet trading. American stocks irregular. Midwest stocks mixed. Cotton futures irregular. Grains in Chicago: Wheat, corn, oats, rye, soybeans firm. Hogs 25 to 50 lower, top 19.50; cattle steady to 50 lower, top 25.5'0; sheep steady, top 22.00; dressed beef steady, top 44.50; dressed pork loins 1.00 higher, top 50.00. Safety Council Session Slated A meeting of the Knox County Safety Council will be held Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Chamber of Commerce conference room, it was reported today by Harry D. McClurg, president. A complete report on the recent bicycle safety contest, sponsored by the Altrusa Club, will be presented during the meeting, McClurg said. Mount Vernon Backs Ozark's .'Route Proposal • MOUNT VERNON, 111. (AP)A delegation left today for the nation's capital to support Ozark Airlines proposals for new passenger service routes between Indianapolis and Kansas City. A similar delegation is to attend a hearing July 30 in Terre Haute, Ind. Mount Vernon is being considered for a flight route including stops at Lawrenceville. Terre Haute, St. Louis, Columbia, Mo., and Jefferson City, Mo. Missing Man Is Located Howard Stanley Freeman, 47, of 975 S. Chambers St., reported missing since July 11, was in Omaha, Neb., Monday, the Knox County sheriff was informed. Police department records indicated that Freeman left here with a friend who was a truck driver and that he was reported to have said he "just wanted to get away from things for awhile." . He had driven his car to work July 11, parked it and left his lunch box in the car, according to the police report. Man Arrested Police reported that a man using both the names of Thomas McClendon and Thomas McCracklin, about 50, was picked up here Monday afternoon at the request of the Rock Island Police Department. He was alleged to have left a Rock Island hotel without paying a $57.40 bill, according to police. \ check of his hotel room here disclosed no clothes or personal belongings, police said. If his local biil is not paid, it was indicated a charge would be filed here. Oneidans Return From Missouri ONEIDA — Mr. and Mrs. Merton Messmore and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Johnson and family have returned home from a week spent at Gentle Slopes Resort, Gravois Mills, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Johney and sons of Independence, Mo., have been visiting with relatives in Oneida, Galesburg and Altona. Perry Cruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cruce, left with the Johney family for a visit with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Cruce of Urich, Mo. Diane Cruce of Galesburg is spending a few days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cruce and family. Mrs. Ona Courtright left by train Saturday for a visit in the home of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Courtright of Springfield, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Sloan and Sara returned to their home in Avon Park, Fla., after visiting with friends and relatives. They are former Galesburg residents. Jana Skender has returned home following a vacation in Hot Springs, Ark., accompanied by her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Jayne of Cuba. Mrs. Mrble Hedstrom is a patient in Cottage Hospital as the result of a fall last Wednesday. Also a patient in Cottage Hospital is Everett Brown. He entered the hospital July 4 for an appendectomy. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP)-Gains of a mild rebound were trimmed and the stock market moved unevenly late this afternoon. Trading was light Volume for the day was estimated at 3 million shares compared with 3.29 million Monday. Gains and losses of most key stocks were fractions to a point. An exception was Du Pont, down more than 2 following a report of a drop in earnings from operations. Chrysler, however, held a gain o£ about a point and all, the major auto snares were a shade higher except Studebaker, which eased. Steels remained generally higher although gains were trimmed and Bethlehem edged off. Advances of some of the volatile "glamour" issues were chiseled somewhat, IBM, Control Data, and Xerox remaining about a point higher. Beckman Instruments and U.S. Smelting were up about 2 apiece. Airlines also were higher. International Nickel lost about a point. Among fractional losers were Illinois Central, International Telephone, Homestake, Union Carbide, Standard Oil of Indiana, Lorillard, Liggett & Myers, Air Reduction, Anaconda, and American Smelting. Prices were mixed on the American Stock Exchange. Corporate bonds were mixed. U.S. government bonds were slightly lower. Market New York Stack! NEW YORK (UPD-Stock mar' ket midday prices: Admiral 18V4 Iowa P&L $7V* Aldens 26 Johns-Man 47% Allegh Lud 37 V* Ketinecott 73 Alld Chem 49 Kresge 23V4 Alld Strs 51% Krger 29% Allis Chal 17Vfc Lockhd 52% Alum Ltd 27 Mar Oil 56% Alcoa 65^ Maytag 35V* Am Air 26% Min Hnywl 103V* ABC Pmt 30ft Minn Min 58 Am Can 45% Monsanto 50V4 Am Cyan 59 Mont Ward 3&Vt Am M&F 20% Nat Bis 51ft Am Mtrs 18 Nat Can 15% Am T&T 120% -Nat Dairy 66 Am Tob 28% Nat Gyps 45 Anaconda 48% Nat Ld 73 Armour 42 NYC 21% Atchison 29% No Amn 5714 Avco 27% Nor Pac 45% Bendix 51ft Nor St Pwr 36ft Beth Stl 30ft olin Math 41% Boeing 33V4 Outbd M 12ft Borden 62ft Pac Tel 31% Borg War 44% Penney 41% Case 8% Penn RR 19ft Catplr 44 7 /s Pepsi Cola 54% Celanese 47% Phil Pet 51% Cent Soya 28% pi pe r Air 28% C&NW 26ft pure Oil 43% Chi RI 25% Q ua Oats 66ft Chrysler 59% RCA 69% Cities Svc 67ft . R EP stl 36% Coca Cola 94ft R ev lon 41ft Colum Gas 29% R exa n 35 Comm Ed 48ft Reyn job 38ft Cons Ed 85 7 / 8 Safeway 58% Cont Can 47 ft Schenley 21% Cont Oil 59ft sears 88ft Deere 62ft shell Oil 44% Douglas 22% Simmons 41ft Dow Chem 59 Sinclair 45 Du Pont 241ft so Pac 36 Eastman 108ft Sperry 14% Erie 3ft Sq D 45ft Firestone 33 std Bds 74 Flintkt 20% so Cal 65 ft Ford Mtrs 51 SO Ind 59ft Friden 34% SO NJ 68% Fruehauf 28% SO Ohio 62 Gen Dyna 24% st ude 6ft Gen El 78% gwift 39% Gen Fds 82ft Texaco 70% Gen Mtrs 69ft Texas i ns t 71% Gen Tel 24% un Carb 104ft Goodrich 47% un El 27ft Goodyear 33% Un p ac 40% Grant WT 23% Unt Air L 38 Gt Nor 52% utd Corp 8ft Greyhound 40% utd Fruit 26% Gulf Oil 48ft utd Gas 38% Homestake 50% US Gyps 85 Hupp 7 US Play C 26ft 111 Cent 53ft US Rub 45ft 111 Pwr 38ft US Stl 47 Inland Stl 38ft West Un 27% IBM 434% Wstghs Ab 31 Int Harv 56ft Wstghs El 35 ft Int Nick 60% Woolworth 70ft Int Paper 28% Yng S&T 100% Int T&T 50ft prices (State-Federal); Receipts 18,000; butchers mostly steady to 2S lower; 14 190-230 lb butchers 19.75-18.50, mostly 18.00-18 .25; 1-2 190-230 lbs 18.50-18.75; around 67 phead 207-221 lbs sorted Is 19.00; 1-3 230-250 lbs 17.2548.00; 2-3 250270 lbs 16.75-17.50; 1 -3 280 -330 lb sows 15.00-16.00; 1-3 300-400 lbs 14.00-15.00; 2-3 400-500 lbs 13 .0014.00; 2-3 500-600 lbs 12.00-13.00. Chicago livestock CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Hogs 6,500;, butchers weak to 50 lower; 1-2 190-225 lb butchers 19.00-19.25; mixed 1-3 190-230 lbs 18.50-19.00; 230-260 lbs 18.25-18.50; 23 250-290 lbs 17.65-18.25; load 2-3 around 325 lbs 17.25; 1-3 350-400 lb sows 14.50-15.50; 400-450 lbs 13.50-14.75; 2-3 450-550 lbs 12.75-13.75. Cattle 3,000 calves none; slaughter steers steady to 50 lower; several loads high choice 1,200-1,350 lbs slaughter steers 25.50; choice 900-1,400 lbs 24.50-25.25; several loads good and choice 1,075-1,150 lbs 14.50; load average to high choice 950 lb slaughter heifers 25.00; several loads of choice 800-1,050 lbs 23.75-24.75; mostly good'22.00-23.00; utility and commercial cows 14,00-16.00; utility and commercial bulls 19.5020.50. Sheep 500; spring slaughter lambs steady; several packages choice and prime 85-100 lbs spring lambs 22.00; good and choice 80100 lb 20.00-21.50; cull to good shorn slaughter ewes 4.50-6.5O. Final Grain Review CHICAGO (AP) - The grain futures market held mostly on .the firm said today but trade was somewhat more mixed and moderate gains attracted profit cashing and short selling. Additional overnight rainfall was a bearish influence in trading of new crop corn. Hedge selling slackened in the wheat pit. Carlot receipts today were estimated at: wheat 93 cars, corn 30, oats 4, rye 1, barley 1, soybeans 17. Wheat closed ft cent a bushel higher to 1% lower, July $1.80%; corn 1% higher to ft lower, July $1.29%-ft; oats ft-ft higher, July 165% cents; rye unchanged to % 1 lower, *July $1.27; soybeans ft- 1%' higher, uly $2.58%-%. Dow Jones Averages NEW YORK (UPD—Dow Jones 1 p.m. CDT stock averages: 30 indus 702.38 off 0.90 20 rails 172.69 off 0.30 15 utils 138.53 off 0.14 65 stocks 253.66 off 0.34 Eggs and Poultry Red Rowe, Hatchery Knoxville Road, Galesburg Large clean Eggs 22c Under grade Eggs 16c Leghorn Hens 3c Heavy Hens 7c Tomorrow's Estimates CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Official estimated livestock receipts for Wednesday are 10,000 cattle, 6,500 hogs and 500 sheep. The "Fugio" cent of 1787, made from dies by Abel Buel. of New Haven, was the first authorized corn in the U. S. Hispaniola is another name for the island of Haiti. NOTICE. FISH MARKET 131 S. ACADEMY NOW OPEN MO.\. thru SAT. BACKYARD SALE 1089 E. SOUTH WED., JULY 17 - 9 to ? Small chord organ, portable sewing machine, lots of clothing of all sizes and Misc. Items. Chicago Produce CHICAGO (UPD—Produce: Live poultry special fed White Rock fryers 19-20; roasters 25-26; heavy hens 18'-19. Cheese processed loaf 39 - 44; brick 39-43ft; Swiss Grade A 5055; ( B 49-53. Butter steady; 93 score 57ft; 92 score 57ft; 90 score 56 89 score 54%. Eggs steadier; white large extras 31ft; mixed large extras 30ft; mediums 26ft; standards 28ft. Interior Hog Prices , SPRINGFIELD, 111. (A?) (USDA) — Interior Illinois'* hog MIXED HAY WANTED Call or see—Bill Bowen, care Wertheimer Cattle Co., Inc.— CB&O STOCKYARDS Galesburg. 111.—Tel. 343-5612 YARD SALE 346 E. FIFTH ST. WEDNESDAY—6 A.M. TO T THURSDAY—6 A.M. TO NOON Philodedendron, House Plants, Clothing, Aprons, Cushions, few Antiques and Misc Items. HEAD THE CLASS1FIEDSI 30MPLETE TREE REMOVAL Fully Insured — Free Estimates POWER STUMP REMOVAL OLSON'S TREE SERVICE Call Collect — Trojan 6-2103 GUson, 111. Galesburg, IlL — 342-6234 •a Backyard & Rummcge Sales, etc. Must be in our office 12 noon day before ad runs. Call 342-5161 Galesburg Register-Mail Display Advertising Dept. BASEMENT SALE 246 HIGHLAND TUESDAY EVE. — 6 to 9 WEDNESDAY — 3 to ?? Davenport and chair, matching end tables and coffee table, small size Cashmere and wool sweaters, wool skirts, antiques, books, hand lawn mower, disappearing stairway, fireplace screen and iron. BACKYARD SALE WEDNESDAY, JULY 17 9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. 1115 Grand Avenue Rollaway bed, record cabinet, 8 lamps, high chair, 4 metal folding chairs, 6 wooden folding chairs 4 poster bed and springs, dishes and decorative items, clothing, men's and ladies; dolls and toys. Over 50O items, something for everyone. Passes Draft Bill WASHINGTON (UPD — The House passed and sent to the Senate Monday legislation that would exempt from the draft the sole surviving son of a family whose father died as a result of military service. Under present law, if one or more sons of a family die because of military duty, the surviving son is exempt. The new oris t Galesburg drain Market Consumers Grain k Supply Co. 12:15 P. M, Wheat $181 Corn old $1.19, new $1,03 Oats $ -59 Soybeans '.old $2.45, new $2.38 DeForest Peed it Seed Co. Wheat , $1.82 Corn ..$1.19 Oats $ .58 Soybeans $2.41 Chicago Grain Range CHICAGO (UPD-Grain range: High Low Close Chtlg. Wheat Jul 1.81%'l.80 1 /4 1.80% 1.80V4 Sep 1.83% 1.823 /4 l,83 '/4 1.82% Dec l.DOVfc 1.88% 1.89V4 1.89% Mar 1.93V4 1.91% 1.92& 1.92V4 May 1.88% 1.86V4 1.87 1.87V4 1964 Jul 1.59% 1.563 /4 1.58% 1.59% Sep 1.61% 1.58V4 1.59% 1.61 Corn Jul 1.29% 1.27% 1 .29V4 1.28 Sep 1.23% 1.21% 1.23 1.21% Dec 1.15% 1.15 1.15V4 1.15 Mar 1.18% 1.18% 1.18% 1.18% Mar 1.21% 1.20% 1.20% 1.21 May 1.21% 1.20% 1.20% 1.21 Oats Jul .67% .65% .65% . .65% Sep .67% .66% .66% .66% Dec .70% .69% .69% .69% Mar .71% .71% .71% .71% May .71% .71% .71% .71 Rye Jul 1.27% 1.27 1.27 1.27% Sep 1.30% 1.29% 1.30 1.30 Dec 1.34 1.33 1.33 1.33% Mar 1.36% 1.35 1.35% 1.35% May 1.35 1.34% 1.34% 1.34% Soybeans Jul . 2.60 2.58% 2.58% 2.58 Aug 2.60% 2.59% 2.59% 2.58% Sep ' 2.58% 2.56% 2.57% 2.56% Nov 2.58 2.55% 2.56% 2.56% Jan 2.61% 2.59% 2.60% 2.59% Mar 2.64% 2.62 2.62% 2.61% May 2.66% 2.64 2.65 2.64 Chicago Cash Grains CHICAGO (AP) — Wheat No. 1 red 1.85%-86; No. 1 hard 1.97%. No. 1 yellow hard 1.97%-%; No. 3 yellow hard 1.96. Corn No. 1 yellow 1.33%; No. 5 yellow 1.28%. Oats No. 2 heavy mixed 68%; No. 1 heavy white 69%; No. 1 extra heavy white 69-69%; No. 2 extra heavy white 69%. No soybean sales. Soybean oil 8%-9a. measure would broaden the law to include fathers. House approval was by voice vote. CHOICE LOT FOR SALE 90x166 in restricted area. BAIRD AVE., KNOXVILLE Call 342-7724 or 289-6651 CALL US For Your Combining Needs — Wheat and Oals. List your Beans and Picking and Shelling Corn for this Fall. CLYDE OLSON GILSON, ILL. Trojan 6-2103 FOR SALE 8 Good Holstein Milk Cows 6 are First & Second Calf Heifers MRS. MARILYN BURKHALTER Knox County Home Farm Knoxville—Phone 289-9288 PUBLIC SALE To Settle Estate of William R. Pankey The following described building lots will be sold at the Court House, Galesburg, Illinois, on Saturday, Aug. 3, 1963 At 10 o'clock A.M. Tract 1—Lots 5 and 6, L. T. Stone's Subdivision of Lot 5. These 2 lots are each 66 feet wide and 198 feet deep and are located on the east side of North Academy Street immediately south of No. 1051 North Academy Street. Tract 2—The West 191 feet of Lot 1 excepting the South 4 rods thereof in L. T. Stone's Subdivision of Lot 5. This tract has 580 feet frontage on North West Street and is 191 feet deep. It lies immediately east of Tract 1. It could be subdivided into a number of large building lots. These are good building lots in a fine residential neighborhood. TERMS OF SALE: 10% on day of sale and balance upon approval of sale by the Court and delivery of deed. Possession upon delivery of deed. Free and clear of 1963 real estate taxes. JOHN J. BLAKE, Master in Chancery Hill Arcade Building, Galesburg, Illinois Telephone No. 343-3155 BARASH it STOERZBACH. 121 South Cherry Street. Galesburg, Illinois Telephone No. 342-1193 and PEEL, HENNING & MATHERS, Bank of Galesburg Bldg., Galesburg, Illinois Telephone No. 342-0115 WANTED TO RENT 2, 3/ and 4 Bedroom Homes for Gale Products Management Employees, being transferred to Galesburg. Call Gale Products, 342-2131, Personnel Dept., between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Grain Murtt CHICAGO (AP)-Trade in the grain futures market was sortie- what more mixed today and pric* es were mostly unsettled. Soybeans firmed, however, on a revived moderate, demand. Generally, prices shifted within a small fractional range during the first several minutes. Wheat was up about a cent in spots, however, and soybeans almost two cents. A good deal of the support was understood to have been covering of short positions acquired during Monday's sharp break and probably some reinstatement of long positions on resting orders. Additional rainfall overnight was a bearish factor again but much more mildly than in Monday's active trading, Wheat was l'/s cents a bushel higher to % lower, July $1.8114; corn Vs to % higher, July $1.28%; oats- unchanged to % higher, July 65% cents; rye V\ to >k higher, July $1.27%; soybeans 1 to 2 cents higher, July $2.59%. The recent session of declines of soybeans, particularly the sharp break of Monday, may have signalled the end of the bull market for the crop year. Since the higher trend started several weeks ago, the open interest in the pit increased more than 40 million bushels. Brokers said that reflected largely an expanded public speculative participation in the trade. TmmptotUAlm Dettarture* fSffeetlti April tt ALL 8€HKlHJLE8 , DAYLIGHT SAVING f!Ml Stttllfffitfft, CMtfMHtfl* ft feet Mail 10 Denver zephyr 7:M a 3 LoCflJ -_.._t. - ,^-»»-««i8:80 18 Cftltldtnift Zephyr -Ti |:3l p U Rebmke Zephyr !©» & .1:4B .3:88 .300 »J:10 -.6:32 8:B ft to Omaha, Mncoia M to K»tiM« CHf 7 to Denver is to Kansa* city — 11 to Omaha Lincoln 17 to California ^ 1 t6 Denver limit re, EMitaMKl 10 Chief x , ...»— tiOTI . «:40 16 Texas Chief ^^..6:40 18 Super Chief• El Capital** .^.tllstt 1 S.B Chi if* . .«,*^11:46 124 Grand Canyon «.«-.*.2:20 12 Chieat, an . _._.__5:!W linta fe, Watiboand » K., C, Chief ^^..^SiaB 19 Chief . . -*.f2:88 123 Grand Canyon «,^**.3:20 1 S.F Chief* .,, Jt I'M lr Texas Chief - Iir , 17 Super Chief* E) Capitan* •—FlaRStOp Oiark, Northbound Flight 140 to Chicago* i_.„__8:BS a 64 to Chicago* ....4:48 p , Ozark, Southbound 141 to St. Loiia 12:26 p •—Except Sunday ••—Except Saturday BUS SCHEDULES * ,., ^ ^ Waatbound To West Coast — ,„..... To West Coast en. ni. Mir rn. rrt. Hit m, m. m. m. m. m. m. rti. m. m. m. m. «nv m. m. m. m. m. .10:25 p. m. m. m. m. 6:BS a. l!20 p. 0:48 p. Uo West Coast —Eastbound To East Coast — . 12:01 p. To East Coast —8*0 p. Southbound To St. Louis —10*» •» Northbound n ^ To Davenport P To Peo <a —— —*•»> P- TO Peoria —8 -ia p. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. NOTICE The Board of Review of Knox County, Illinois, will receive complaints, which must be made in writing, signed and sworn to in triplicate and can be filed with the Clerk of said Board each day (Sunday and legal Holidays excepted) up to and including August 1st, 1963. Said filing of complaints must be between July 10th and August 1st, 1963. After August 1st, you will be notified as to the date and hour of the hearings on your complaint. Hearings will be held in the Office of the Board of Review on the third floor of the Court House in Galesburg, Illinois. By order of the Board of Review D. Reece Jones, Chairman. 7/2-9-16-23-25; 5t. Eighty-five per cent of the people of India are Hindu in religion. WANTED CUSTOM COMBINING Also Hereford Bulls For Sale EPH HUGHES Cilson, Illinois NOTICE OF BIDS Bids are being requested by the Board of Education of Community Unit School District No. 205, Knox County, Illinois for the purchase of canned and staple food items for use in the cafeterias during the 1963-64 school year. Such bids should be turned in to the Board of Education office at 590 N. Prairie St., Galesburg, Illinois by July 31,' 1963 at 1:30 P.M. Detailed specifications as to the quality and quantity to be purchased are on file and available at the Board of Education office. The Board of Education reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Dated this 16th day of July, A.D. 1963. ' Board of. Education Community Unit School District No. 205. By: Robert J. Kirkpatrick, Secretary* Gold certificates have yellow backs, but are forbidden for general use by law. TERMITES ROACHES — WATER BUGS Other Pest,Control • Free Inspection and estimates • Locally owned and operated • Insured Frantz Chemical Co. PHONE 342-5713 Public Auction Thurs. Evening, July 18 AVON, ILLINOIS FRANK CARR Estate STARTING AT 5 P.M. Full line of household goods. 1949 Chevrolet, extra good condition. FRANK WRIGHT SALE AT 6 .30 P.M. 4 room house, full line household goods. 1957 Lincoln with air conditioning. Camper body for pickup truck. (These sales were postponed from Sat., July 13 due to rain.) LOWELL BUCK, Auct. WARREN COUNTY LIVESTOCK AUCTION SALES. INC. LIVESTOCK AUCTION SALE EVERY THURSDAY Starting Promptly at 12 O'Clock Noon, Garald 3. Fisher, Owner and Manager Phone 734-2916 o* /34-6611 Monmouth, UUnoia. ADVANCE LISTINGS THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1963 40 Choice Angus steers wt. from 825 to 850 lbs., fleshy to sell in loads. 25 Choice native mixed steer and heifers, wt. around 500 lbs. 50 Choice yearling steers wt. around 725 lbs. to sell in load lota. 65 Choice steer calves wt. from 425 to 475 lbs. to sell in loads. 18 Good to choice Hereford steers wt. around 850 lbs. fleshy. 100 Hampshire shoats wt. from 70 to 100 lbs., vacc. 80 Hybrid shoats wt. around 80 lbs. vacc, to sell in one lot. 155 Hybrid shoats, wt. around 80 lbs. vacc. 120 Choice Hereford yearling steers, wt. from 650 to 750 lbs. on hand. 150 Choice steer calves wt. from 425 to 500 lbs. on hand. Hogs from other sale barns will not be accepted. STOCKER AND FEEDER CATTLE OFFERED AT PRIVATE SALE DAILY - AUCTIONEERS ~ HAROLD SACKMAN MORTON PRATT

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