Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 3, 1973 · Page 31
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
May 3, 1973

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 31

Publication:
Location:
Galesburg, Illinois
Issue Date:
Thursday, May 3, 1973
Page:
Page 31
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 31 article text (OCR)

Market Reports Today GALeSBtmO GRAIN MARKET CMftMMT Grata & Softly Co. MarMt «iy «l(Mr go m or down by 1:30 p.m. When final bid •frivet. 11:30 o'clock bid. No. a Gout (old) |1.63 New Corn $1.48 No. i Being (old) ...,$7.55 NiW 14.35 Oriln Puturei CHICAGO (UPl)-Wheat was higher ind corn and soybeans irregularly higher at noon today on the Board of Trade. Prices at Noon Wheat 2.37% up WA May Jiy Sep May Jiy Sep Dec May Jiy Aug Nov Corn 2.29 2.29 up 1% Up VA 1.75V* up 4% 1.70 up VM 1.68'A up 1% 1.66% up iVfc Soybeans 7.73 up % x h 7.23V4 up 15 6.88 up Vh 4.57 Up i* Chicago Grain Range CHICAGO (UP!) -Grain range: High Low Close Prev. Wheat May Sep Dec Mar Corn May Jiy Sep Dec Mar May-74 Oatl (old) May 90 Jiy 94Vi Oats (new) May 90 Jiy 95 Sep 96 Soybeans May 24m 185% 4m m 233 217 Mitt 87* 233 WVK 231 228 233 227 23m 227 232% 227% 231V4 227 178 168% tit* 170% 172%. 165% 171% 167 170% 165% 170% 166% 166% 163% 168 164% 171% 165% 176% 167 173 167 171% 168% Hewlett: No Cold Shoulder to Cons Gaiesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, HI. TTiursdoy, Moy 3, 1973 31 CHICAGO (UPI) - secretary of State Michael Hewlett announced today hit office will hire ex-convicts "on their merits and their potential usefulness. "Hiey will find no cold shoulder in our office," he said in a j speech prepared for delivery to the John Howard Association. "We know they can serve the people of Illinois faithfully and well. We wilt provide incentive for them to do it." Howlett said he is appointing an advisory committee to help him screen applicants who have a criminal record. "We have nearly 4,000 em­ ployes and some of these positions are sensitive," he said. "For instance, we would want thorough investigation and careful consideration before appointing a convicted felon to a job which requires the incumbent to carry a pistol and assume the duties of a peace officer." Howlett said the advisory committee members will be Julius Hemmelstein, president of the John Howard Association; Joseph Vadovicky, Vice president of the William Blair & Co. investment firm; Chicago Mercantile Exchange President Everett B. Harris and Charles [tatum, president of the Gateway National Bank. "We will go as far as we can within the framework of the law and the state personnel code to recruit ex-offenders on their merits and their potential usefulness," Howlett said If the problem is sunburn or windburn, apply a paste of baking soda and water to irritated area. If possible, soak in baking soda bath. Mercantile Exchange CHICAGO (UPI) - Futures on the Chicago Mercantile Ex- High Low Close Prev. Beef Cattle 44.37 44.00 44.17 43.67 44.20 43.75 44.00 43.50 43.70 43.45 43.62 43.17 43.97 43.60 43.92 43.50 44.15 44.00 44.05 43.82 44.00 43.77 43.77 43.65 Aug Sep Nov Jan Mar May-74 Live Jun Aug Oct Dec Feb Apr Live Hogs Jun Jiy Aug Oct Dec Feb Apr 37.70 37.25 37.62 37.10 37.80 37.40 37.75 37.30 36.80 36.15 36.75 36.10 34.90 34.60 34.80 34.60 35.30 35.02 35.07 35.05 35.70 35.30 35.55 35.40 33.85 33.42 33.65 33.60 Frozen Pork Bellies May Jiy Aug Feb Mar May 54.62 53.92 54.50 53.55 54.65 54.02 54.40 53.85 54.00 53.45 53.85 53.17 51.97 51.30 51.77 51.25 51.45 51.00 51.40 50.70 51.20 50.85 89% 94 89% 93% 94 89% 94 89% 93% 95% 89% 93% 89% 94 95 779 760 773 764 723% 708% 723% 708% 652% 677 688% 660 576 564 570 567 461% 453 460 454% 459% 452% 457% 454% 461 454 459 456 459 454 458 456 N«w York Stacks NEW YORK (UPI) - Stock market midday prices: Admiral 10 AlldChem 33% Alld Strs 24% Allis Chal 9% Alooa 57 Am Air 17% Am Can 32'A Am Cyan 25% Am Dist 24% 111 Pwr 30% Inland Stl 33% IBM 414% Int Harv 28% Int Nick 29% Int Paper 33% Int T&T 34 7 /a ,!<*hns-Mn 22% Kennecott 26% AmElPwr 26% Keys Cons 15% Am Mtrs 8% Krsge 38 St. Louis Livestock ST. LOUIS (UPI)-Iivestock Hogs 6,500; 25-50 lower; 150 head No 1-2 200-230 lb 35.75; No 1-3 200-230 lb 35.00-35.50; 230-260 lb 34.50^5.00. Cattle 1,200; not enough slaughter steers or heifers for test; choice vealers 55.00-60.00; good 51.00-55.00. Sheep 25. ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Missouri produce: Eggs consumer Grade A large., 38-48, medium 35-45, small 2335; B large 34-45. Hens ice-packed broilers and fryers 38.50-40.50 for this week's delivery. St. Louis produce: Eggs wholesale Grade A large 28-36, standard 22-26, medium 26-34, unclassified 8-10. Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - Interior hogs: 16,000; steady to 25 lower; No 1-3 200-230 lb few 235 lb 34.5034.75 eastern area; 34.25-34.75 western, few early 34.00; No 1-3 230-270 lb 33.75-34.25; No 2-3 250270 lb 33.25-34.00. Am T&T 52% Anaconda 18% Arlans 1% Ashl Oil 26% Atl Rich 80% Avco 10% !Bea Fds 25% Bendix 38% Beth Stl 30 I Boeing 18% Borden 22% ' Cap C Bdg 46 [Catplr 61% Celanese 33% Cen II Lt 22% Cen Tel 21% (Cessna 24% Chrysler 32% Cities Svc 47 Coca-Cola 137 Kroger 18% Lib McN 4% Litton 9 Lockhd 6% Mar Oil 35 Maytag 32'/4 McD Dgls 33% Merck 91% Minn Min 78% Mobil Oil 66% Monsanto 53% Nat Bis 46% Olin Corp 15% Outbd M 35% Owens-Ill 34V; Penn Cen 2% Penney 80% Pepsi Cola 82 Pfizer 39% Phil Pet 45% Colum Gas 30% Procter G 101% Comm Ed 33% Quak Oat 38% RCA 26% Rep Stl 28% Revlon 58% Safeway 34% St. Regis 39% SanFelnd 25%Sears 98 Shell Oil 48% Simmons 20% Comsat 45% Cons Ed 24% Cont Can 28% Cont Oil 34% CPG Intl 30% Dana 35% Deere 38% Du Pont 169% Eastman 136% Exxon 96% Falstaff 4% Firestone 21% Ford Mtrs 62 Fruehauf 28% Gam Sko 28% Gen Dyna 20% Texaco 38% Gen El 59% Tex Inst 176% Acreage For Sale 20 Acres — 3 bedroom house, year old. South of Oneida. KOVA District APPRAISED $34,500.00 375-6721 AFTERS So Pac 33% Sperry 38% Std Bds 51 SO Ind 85% Stvns JP 28% Stude 44% Gen Fds 25% Gen Mtrs 72% Gen Tel 28% Gen Tire 21 Goodrich 24% Goodyear 25% Greyhnd 15% Gulf Oil 24% 111 Cent 20% Un Carb 41% Un El 17% Utd Corp 8% US Gyps 23% US Stl 32% West Un 24% Wstghs El 33 Weyerh 56V4 Woolwrth 21 WANTED TRASH HAULING & SMALL ODD JOBS. With Truck 289-4656 The last surviving signer of the U.S. Constitution was James Madison. WANTED TO RENT BY LATTER PART OF JUNE 3 BEDROOM HOUSE In Abingdon School District, In country on good roads or in town. Call Collect 343-3409 GiUfbuTQ NEW Hoover & Eureka* VACUUM SWEEPERS ALSO HOSES b BAGS FO" A • I Mf'l 't 'l.S ELECTRIC 1*>. 6813 b^9 E. Main C&F Sfyrofoam Insulation 1" & 2" GAL LSBURG Guilders Supply Co 600 E MAIN STREET Phone 342-4155 FOR SALE 1968 Buick Electro 2?!i Limited - - 4-Dr. with lilnck Vinyl seats. All power, air coiul., excellent. Phone Avon 465-3229 or 465-3819 WANTED Carpenter Work, Roofing- Remodeling & Odd Jobs. Phono 876-2457 or 639-4412 BEAT INFLATION EARN 1 Year Certificate Notes) 1500.00 Minimum 125,000.00 Maximum For Information Write) to Post Office Box 379,| Gaiesburg. Theyll Do It Every Time <s> S FAMILY OARAOt SALE 1509 CLAY Ftl., May 4 — *«t., Mtf J 9 - 5 3 air conditioners, bicycle, 4 tires, sewing machine, dishes, old iars and bottles, clothes, toys and miscellaneous. Front forth Soli 12S6 ftOftlNCB FRIDAY & SATURDAY • -11 Children* clothes, ladies clothes, lots of misc. items. GARAGE SALE Friday, May 4—Saturday, May S t A.M. - S P.M. 1710 BATEMAN Clothes, paperback books, heating stove, old bathtub, handmade quilt tops, dishes and nic nacs. RirTwewAiLy BOS"»THATSA HEAP OF Ak DIFFERENT HUE'" Oarage ft Bake Sale Sat., May 5, 9:00 a.m. to ?? 610 E. MILL Knoxvlllt, HI. — sponsored by — Women's Fellowship Pilgrim Congregational Church PATIO k BAKE SALE Benefit Burlington Northern Veterans and Auxiliary 7SI S. Ctdar St. Thursday and Friday May 3 and 4 — I ill I Braided rugs, room size end scattter, bed spreads, drapes, { rood adults clothing, miscel- aneous. Rain or Shine. Hot, Cold Spots NEW YORK (UPI) - The highest temperature reported to the National Weather Service Wednesday excluding Alaska and Hawaii was 91 degrees at Palm Springs, Calif. Today's low was 21 degrees at Fargo, N.D. — NOTICE — The Government of HAW CREEK TOWNSHIP Plans to expend its revenue sharing allocation for the Entitlement Period beginning Jan. 1, 1973 and ending June 30, 1973 to re-gravel roads. By: CHARLES R. P1CKREL, Supervisor North Dakota is the only state in the union never to have recorded an earthquake. GARAGE SALE 888 MONROE Thursday, May 3-4-6 Friday, May 4-9-7 Mens, Womens and Childrens Clothes, mostly small sizes — Cheap JOHNSON BLACKTOPPING DRIVEWAYS, PARKING AREAS St ETC. Phone 876-2291 Fur FREE Esiimalas COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BEST 15 Minutes from Gaiesburg 3 BEDROOM 4 Year Old Ranch Spacious, on 2 landscaped acres, fenced. Beautifully carpeted and draped. Large double attached garage. 2 ceramic tile bathrooms. Full dry panelled basement with 20-ft. built-in bar. NICE . . . VACANT @ $30,500 LEO HAGER Broker - Auctioneer - Appraiser Phone 484-5993 BACKYARD SALE •40 N. FARNHAM Thnrs. - Fri. - Sat. s A.M. - S:10 P.M. Horse and Pony saddle, bridles, breast plate, Instant hair setter, baby items, stroller, play pen. Car seat 8t more, nic-nacs, dishes, new Tupperware, bedspreads, maternity clothes, clothes and misc. items. Held Rain or Shine Not Responsible tot Accidents GARAGE SALE Friday Eve, May 4-5-9 Satarday, May 5 - 9 - ? KNOXVIUE ROAD West Edge of Knoxville WATCH FOR SIGN Women's name brand clothes. Mostly size 14. Formals, men's clothing. Conduit wiring, few dishes, women's size 11 shoes, curtains, rods, material scraps, purses, toys, misc. items. EXCELLENT NORTH LOCATION NEW SANDLER-BUILT BRICK and FRAME 3 bedrooms, fully carpeted, full dry basement, large double attached garage. Large trees and nicely landscaped. $31,500 Ph. 343-4907 or 345-5138 — NOTICE — POP BOTTLE DRIVE Sat, May 5 8:00 A.M. United 4-Square Church Youth Camp Fund Call 342-8785 or 342-1951 80 ACRES IN AVON AREA REAL GOOD COUNTRY HOMEI Modern 2 bedroom bungalow with full basement on 80 acres all open pasture, fenced. Deep well — real good cattle setup. Barn and out buildings in good condition. Concrete feed lot — location 3 miles east from Avon on improved all weather road. ALL THIS FOR ONLY $48,000 LEO HAGER BROKER - AUCTIONEER APPRAISER Phone 484-5993 Welcome Wagon Garage Sale JEWELS & JUNK 745 Franklin Ave. Sat., May 5 8-3:30 Baked goods, infants clothes, kitchen items, handmade crafts including 3D pictures, and other misc. items. ANTIQUE FLEA MARKET Sunday, May 6 9 to 5 Labor Temple 2243 Grand Ave. Gaiesburg, III. Space Available Inside and Outside Phone 309-343-7252 Hello—Friendly Neighborhood Loan Company? I'd like to borrows cup of money!" WANTED All Kinds of CARPENTER WORK Phone 342-5848 Anytime Power 3 HP. Briggs Station Engine 4 Cycle Mowers 95 OPEN 7 A.M.-10 P.M. With Your Old Mower — Trade In ANNUAL SPRING SALE PARK DRIVE ICE Heavy Duty Batteries Chocolate Ting-A-Ling Fruit & Nut Lemon Chiffon Orange-Pineapple Gourmet Nougat 12 Volt — For Popular Cars FREE • J ex BRUNSWICK T E GOODRICH SUPER OUALITY-FULL 4-PLY NYLON 700 -.3 . M4' 5 Add $1.88 FET 775-. 45 M6' 5 Add FET $2.09, $2.11 \{ 825 =lt M7' 5 Add FET $2.24, $2.30 Installation Free-Balanced M »ffUg?. 1 CASH-N-CARRY OR. PEPPER A ) | HTwb 10 ox. Btls. (Reg. 59c) Plus Deposit "E.Z. Ride" Ultra Heavy Duty Shock Absorbers g$C49 Ea. 12 oz. Pkg. (Reg. 99c) Monroe sayi, "If you have over 20,000 miles on your shocks, they are broken/' PARK DRIVE DAIRY STORES • East Losey & Whitesboro • Broad & Fremont • E. Knox and Farnham • 1290 W. Main St. • 164 S. Academy — Shea's • Abingdon — The Pantry Nylon Stripe-Slip-On $6.98 ea SEAT COVERS $ Front or Rear Beautiful Colors OPEN 7 A.M. - 10 P.M. — 7 DAYS A WEEK Specials Good Friday - Saturday - Sunday GEBHARTS 50th Year SALE Tire & Auto Supply 587 East Main St. SALE THRU MON . Gaiesburg 343-4216 Use Your Bank Card 9 >

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page