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,1 Hp 4 1 * L A' h I; r • ' 1 4 Sotiibu Sotu April 28. 1973 Board Reflects Stock Week of Year -fi. 1 LJ NEW YC^K (UPI) - It was the worst week of the year for stocks on the New York Stock Exchange. Hie Dow Jones industrial lb « ifa u » *4 ii> p-^ ^ - ^ - til)iiirrii.iiWaiiV- 14 ^26 I average fell 41.01 to ^22.19, its lowest level since Oct. 16, 1972; iVPl) ^Wheat and liere subfltantially iftd com and oats mix- ttil ;^«ek on the Board of JSttkttlt was up 2 to 7% cents; Cfflfii bl! H to up 1%; oats off H to up 21 /4; and soybeans up il to 53. Dow Jonw Avaragtt NEW YORK (UPI) Weekly It JDow Jones averages, including Intf a-day highs and lows: - Open High Low Close ao ind 962.45 966.57 918.05 922.19 20 tran 196.46197.58 181.56 183.23 15 util 109.18109.79106.63 106.85 65 stks 302.43 303.88 287.67 288.93 ' Net changes: industrials off 41.01; transportation off 13.38; utilities off 2,40; stocks off 13.75. Small Wedding Gives a Lift : ASOTIN, Wash. (UPI) - tvill be a small wedding today for Richard E. Hoyle and Mary A. Murphy of Lewiston, Idaho. That's because their balloon only holds five people. They planned to be married some 500 feet above the Asotin County fairgrounds. There is only room in balloon gondola for the minister, best man and bridesmaid in addition to the couple. Scout Show Set In Henry County — The sixth Week on Wall Street other leading indicators hit new lows; amost one - third of the listed issues droooed to 1973 issues dropped Activity, however, mained light. lows. re The post - Easter slump re­ fected the unwillingness of investors to commit new funds to the market until there is progress in combatting inflationi brokers said. Even the continued rosy earrtings reports and increased dividend announcements have failed to interest investors. The retreat was broad, with 1,512 issues lower, only 287 higher, among 1,974 issues on the tape. Standard k Poor^s 500 stock index/a broader market barometer, skidded 4.94 to 107.23, its 1973 low. the NYSE index de dined 2.73 to 56.06 in the largest drop in its history. Turnover for the week totaled 72,306,345 shares compared with 52,626,155 in the previous holi- day-sliortened week and with 79,310,000 shares a year ago. the week Herbert Early in the President's chief Meter Maid Is *^Like Gestapo' LONDON (UPI) It was 7 the a.m. as Michael Guest slumbered peacefully in the South London inn he manages. Suddenly he was shaken awake to find a meter maid bending over him asking about an unpaid parking fine* *'It was like the Qestapo," said Guest, 32. ''When she said she told was a parking warden I her to eet out get out m no uncertain terms." The meter maid was allowed into the inn Friday when she told a friend of Guest's that she was from Scotland Yard on "urgent'* business. A Scotland Yard spokesman said: "As there was no one there on two previous visits, the warden decided to call at 7 thought a.m. because it was there was a better chance of finding somebody in. "Mr. Guest complained about the time of the visit, but admitted he was the driver of the vehicle." The spokesman added: "He became imcooperative and told the warden to leave." CAMBRIDGE Scout-O-Rama District, of the Illowa annual Three Rivers GouncH, Boy Scouts of America, will be held May 5 from noon-7 p.m. at the Henry County Fairgrounds, Cambridge. Scouts selling the most tickets to the event will receive prizes. Boys from Alpha, Lynn Center, Woodhull, Annawan, Atkinson, Andovcr, Geneseo, dale, Osco, Orion and Port Byron wHl display scouting skills. Cars Derail SORENTO, 111. (UPI) Tunny Robbery Ends in Sentence MIDDLBSdRQUGH, England Even the cops bank raid (UPI) laughed about the Kenneth Waterfield, bungler, who made two feeble attempts to get rich quick. His first crack at a bank in Ormesby, Middlesbrough, came when he tried to smash down the bank's solid front doors with a tiny hammer and a chisel. That landed him a six- month suspended sentence. A week later he was back and within minutes had set off the burglar alarm and was caught on the spot. "Both these attempts were ludicrous," said Waterfield's prosecutor at Wa- erfield's second court pearance. "Even the regarded it as a joke." But the court did not see the funny side. Magistrates sent Waterfield to prison for a year. Stein, economic adviser, said the administration might try to slow inflation throu^ tax means, perhaps lowering the investment tax credit. According to Monte Gordon of Dreyfus Fund, "The tax steps will not help the market," Gordon said the stock market now is a ''no confidence market. It is reflecting concern over the disclosures in the Watergate case, to a degree." Gulf Oil was the most active Tern h New Pogo Champion WA1K1NS GL«3N, N.Y. (UPl) Timothy Prosperl, 12, didn't let one failure shake his self confidence* Pr«Bp6H, of the Schuyler County Community of Hector, tried last Wednesday to break the world record for consecutive hops on a pogo stick. Me came within 79 hOf>s of the record, 11,052, t)efore losing his balance. But he tried again Friday and hopped 12,773 consecutive times. It took him almost two hours. The Guinness Book of Records currently lists Steven Mawmar, 12, of England as the pogo hopping champion. Now You Know ... The Great Salt Lake is 4,200 feet above sea level. gaming shares. V4 to Ihe 25% on company for issue, 872,7 reported higher earnings the first quarter. International Telephone Telegraph was second, off 2% at 33 on 821,600 shares. & WANT ADS BRING RESULTS! Six Hills- empty boxcars of a 100 - car Burlington - Northern freight train derailed early today near this Bond County community. There were no injuries, state police said. The cause was undetermined. WASHOUT Fill Material $^75 Ton Picked Up $2.25 Ton Delivered GALESBURG Builders Supply €o 600 E. MAIN STREET Phone 342-4155 FOR SALE 1965 PLYM. Biracuda Lifts, Tach. Excelle Condition. 1425 E. LOSEY Household uction 207 Street Monmouth, Sun April 1:30 FOR SALE 1206 Intarnational Tractor Good Conditio Phena 343-2576 Call Evenicgs Assortment of furnituro and antiques Terms: Cash Auctioneers: William Porter and Ed Burns Owner, Noro BACKYARD SALE 147 Virginia Avenue Friday Eve. & Saturday 9-5 ClothinK and misc. items, bicy- flta tor sale, '68 Chevy and chain saw. FOR SALE Record Ployers, Electric Guitor and Amplifier Bell & Howell Movie Projector 8MM Old ond New Jewelry Coins, We Also Jewelry Coins ANTIQU WETNBERG ARCADE BLDG. GROUMD FLOOR JOHNSON BLACKT0PPIN6 DRIVEWAYS, PARKING AREAS k ETC. Phone 876-2291 For FREE Eitimatea 343-3905 HOURS 10 to 5 DRIVEWAYS ROCK 343-4584 or 343-6419 FOR SALE 1969 Chorger R.T. 440 Magnum, 410 rear end, 4- speed. P.S. & P.B., Bright Red with Black Vinyl Top, Low Mileage. Call 486-3457 NOTICE SUMMER HOURS: Staitln0 May 1, 1973 Mondoy thru Friday 6:30 A.M. - 5 P.M. (CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY) ABINGDON ROCK CO. Abingdon, III. FOR SALE For Rtaioas of H«alth WELL ESTABLif KSD PLUMBING BUSINESS Write Box 833 c/o Gtleaburg R«9Ultr-MaU ^^^^^^r ^^^^^^^ Hydrostote Post Hitch Hours IHC PLOW ond DISC Fayette FOR SALE im BSA 650 LIGHTNING BIKE New u«tom Paini Job 342-3426 GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL BACKYARD WANTED All Kinds of TER WORK -5848 Garage, Patio, Driveway, Basemont, Front Room, Private Household Sales and all other sales of this type must be in our office by noon the day before ad is to be published. DISPLAY ADV. — Phone 343-7181 MAINTENANCE FOREMAN Golesbyrg Employer hos on opening for on experienced foreman to supervife oil mointenonce crafts in o lorge industriol plant. Excellent solory and complete line of company provided fringe benefits. CALL or CONTACT . Ron Swonson Midwest Monufactuing Division Area Code 309-343-0181 An Equal Oppoilunity Employer AUCTION SUN DAY, APRIL 1 P.M. (DST) 1739 CLAY DRIVE 1973 As we have sold our bome^ Corbin's will sell the following erchandise. ANTIQUES— 10 Haviland plates; daybed; 48" round oak pedestal table; walnut lamp table; English ware; oak swivel desk chair; other misc. pieces. FURNITURE— 2 Danish modern chairs; occasional chairs; maple step end tables; electric mantel clock; large chair; record player and stand; rocker; kneehole desk; paintings and pictures; 5 pc. maple bedroom suite, complete; set of maple bunk beds; maple chest of drawers; 4 drawer chest; bedding and linens; wood storage box; dinette set; 22 cubic ft. Side by Side Admiral Duplex refrigerator; 40" gas range with griddle in the middle, visual oven; pots, pans and dishes; window fan; kitchen cabinet; ice chest; globe; house paint; small hand tools; lawn chairs; refrigerator supplies and tools; 28 ft. extension ladder; lots of lumber; squirell cage blower; Masonite; Lawn Boy mower; 15" tires and wheels; house paint; lavatory; wheel barrow; lots of misc. mdse.. including clothes of Sll siZGS MR. & MRS. JACK GATES, Owner CORBIN'B AUCTION SERVICE 343-9033 COOK and WOODS, Auclionam DELENE COOK, CUrk FURNITURE uaioN As I am selling my home and residing in a nursing bo: will sell my household goods at auction. Located on Main Street, Avo SATURDAY, MAY GE combination freezer and refrigerator, 3 yrs. old: GE electric stove; Dining room suite complete with table, four chairs and buffet;. Two good living room suites; Five piece bedroom suite; Four piece bedroom suite; Kneehole desk and chair; Blonde coffee table and two step end tables to match; Chest of drawers; Gateleg end table; Antique barrel chair; Antique chest of drawers; Kitchen table and four chairs; Throw rugs; Sewing machine; Telephone, stand; Odd chairs; Hockers; Magazine racks; Fern stands; Card table; Lawn chairs; Hassocks; Music cabinet; Window fan. new; GE sweeper; Porch swing; Clocks; coffee maker; Toaster; Electric skillet; Lamps; Silverware; Set of dishes; Suitcase; Pictures and frames; Jce cream freezer; Linens; Some quilts; Bedding; Hand tools; Some garden tools; Numerous other articles. TERMS — CASH LOWELL BUCK, Aucllon««r LENA Not RMponsU)!* For Accidents JACK GORDON, CUrk . MARK PUBLIC REAL ESTATE At 216 COAL STREET WATAGA, ILLINOIS Saturday/ May 12, At 10:000 O'clock A.M. To settle the Estate of George H. Garrard, Deceased, we will sell the following described Real Estate at the above address. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lots 1, 2, 3, 6, 7 and 8 in Block 17 in the Village of Wataga, Knox County, Illinois. TERMS: 20% of the sale price on day of sale and the balance within 20 days upon delivery of deed and possession. Subject to taxes levied for 1973. PROPERTY consists of a large colonial-type family home with a double garage, small barn, and other buildings. It is located on 6 large lots with fruit trees, berries and flowers. The home has city water and sewer. Potential for sub-dividing, or retaining as a small berry farm, or just a nice family home. THE PROPERTY WILL BE OPEN FOR INSPECTION ON Sundi^y, May eth from 2 P.M. tiU 6 P.M. aJ :id Wednesday. May 9th from 2 P.M. till 6 P.K II may also be seen ai other times by contacting the Auctioneer — Phone 343-3033. BANK OF GALESBURG— Executor of the Estate ol George H. Garrard, Deceased BARASH and STOERZBACH. Attys. F. £. CORBIN, Broker 4e Auctioneer M. W. KENT, Salesman WNOUIAII lofitil Cmrp HAWKMAMH OejUttwfcii IXetLltNT NORTH LOCATION NfiW SANDitR*iUILT BttlCK and FRAME . 3 bedrooms, fully carpeted, fun dry basement, latge double attached garage. Large trees and nicely land<- acaped. $31 ,sdo Ph. m-Amn or tmm iOTOJioenM Don't Dig Up YoMr Sawai Call 343-6913 Phon* 342-6430 No Chargo If Wo Fail OUARANTEED WORK SAKRETE Morto Sand Grovel GALESBURG uilders upply Co 6O0 E. MAIN STREET Phone 342-4155 HOT SHOT SPECIALS SAT. NIGHT ft TIU NOON SUNDAY ICEBERG HEAD LETTUCE Head PEPSI COLA 12-Oz. Btls. Plus Deposit THRIFT Strawberries Qts. ROYAL GELATIN PLANT NOW SEED POTATOES & ONION SETS TRADING Super Mkf. 1515 E. MAIN ST. Has hisfr reiat, tilfh weler, its. played hem Willi the fpaHtr ef yeur^irinklnf wafef? We ten help yew parify Hie water ifMt« chlerirtetlfia lyitem (eliemieal ffeeil pump.) Prket ere fery reeienebte. Alie lie?e a few filten en head. We cea run iMCttrie testa let UNITED IONICS WAtfR (ONDITIONING 1209 13th VIOLA, 596-2142 Galesburg Livestock ^ East Fremont Road — 34M41fl Bonded For Vonr Protection Sale Every Tuesday TUESDAY, MAY 1,1973 IS Mixed cows 1 Choice Charolais Bull 40 Angus steers and heifers 500 lbs, 50 Angus and Hereford heifers 425 lbs. 35 Charolais steers and heifers 630 lbs. 20 Fancy Hereford steers 750 lbs. 35 Choice Angus stieers 800 lbs. 45 Holstein steers 950 lbs. 100 Fancy Hereford and Bl/WF heifers 600 lbs. Consigned by Carl Anderson selling from high water area. 55 Fancy Hereford steers 700 lbs. 150 Mixed cattle to be sold in small lots. * • 300 Fancy crossbred shoats 40 lbs. WESTERN CATTLE ON HAND: 300 Angus and Bl/WF steers 600-700 lbs. 100 Hereford steers 700 lbs. Last Tuesday Fat Steer top $46.20; Fat Heifer top $45.00; Butcher Cows $37.00 to $37.60; Butcher Bulls $40.00 to $43.00. Starting MAY regular sale MORE CATTLE & HOGS BY SALE TIME FAT CATTLE SALE ot 9:00 A.M. Feeder Cattle for Private Sale Daily Up Until Sale Ti! REPRESENTATIVES: Walters Richard Anderson Martin M. Swanson William Reynolds Robert Lindiey, Tom Kllcoln and Carl Stock — Auctioneers HILLMAN' HOME LAWN GARDEN CENTER YEWFYERGREENS P„»«8.00 Ask Us About Your Full Plonting For Special Prices Onion Plonts 19c Per Bunch Onion Sets White & Yellow 39c & 49c Lb. Flowers & Gordon Plonts 59c Troy Potted Big Boy Tomotoes 19c Eoch We Have 3 Sizes Of Starling of M.50 Each Bulk Gross Seed ^^From 49c Lh SPECIAL for the WEEKEND SPRUCE VAIUE FREE With $15.00 Purchose or More HOME LAWN • 1055 Grond GARDEN (ENnR Open 7 Doys A Week PRESENTS H .ill'* I.-.-.- • • * I' Erected Finished Foundation. Just Turn Buyers $18,900. Financing Available. Burkin Homes Gerald Gardener, Pres. Rick Hembrook, Salesmen Jack Moore, Salesmen 1164 Seminary, Golesburg 342-2215 342-7226 343-4025 343-9966 I

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