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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 16

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16 Golesbura Reflister^Moil, Gqjesburg, Saturdoy, May, 5, 1973 Market Reports GALESBURG GRAIN MARKET Container Grata * Siepty Co. Market m»y cithsr to up or down fey 1:80 p.m. when flntl bid > *F «rtlv*»: M:80 o'clock bid. , ,|fd. 2 Corn (old) rr New Com $1.47 No. 1 Beans (old) __..$7.«5 ,„„New - $4.31 Dew Jenet Average* : NEW YORK (UPI) - Weekly , Jones averages, including intra-day highs and lows: " Open High Low Close 30 M 919.02 962.67 905.40 953.87 20 tran 182.88 190.42 180.32 188.06 15 util 196.66 109.44 105.99 108.61 65 r sfks 288.12 300.37 284.59 297.i7 '.Net changes: Industrials up 34:66; transportation up 4.83; utilities up 1.76; stocks up 8.54. Grain Future* ( CHICAGO (UPI) -Wheat and'oats were mixed and corn and soybeans substantially higher" "on the Board of Trade this week. Wheat was off % to up Vi cent; corn up 8% to 15%; oats off M to up VA, and soybeans upjJMs to 76. G&s Shortage Given As Reason To Close Races DES MOINES, Iowa (UPI) An- Iowa legislator Friday urged that all motor vehicle rdtfes scheduled in Iowa this summer be closed down in order 1 to conserve gasoline. JSeri. James Gallagher, D- Jesup, called on Gov. Robert D. Ray and members of his fuel, advisory committee to contact- all race promoters and speedway operators in the state and/ ask them to call off all racing—from go-carts to stock car&-this year, l^his would seem like a sane approach to helping alleviate the: gasoline shortage that we're already beginning to feel in Iowa," said Gallagher. Gallagher also said he supports proposed legislation to lower the speed limit on all Iowa highways to 50 miles an hflpf. Proposed Illinois Monorail May Serve Airport Facility WEST FRANKFORT, 111. UPI -Rep. Kenneth J. Gray, Mil., said Friday a proposed demonstration monorail system that would serve Southern Illinois University and the city of Carbondale might be expanded, if successful, to also serve Southern Illinois Airport west of Carbondale. At a news conference Gray encouraged strong support by the city of Carbondale for the transit system. He said original plans for a 1%-mile campus system have been expanded to two miles to extend along Illinois Avenue to the proposed Civic Federal Cen ter. The campus-city project would oast about $8 million. It would be 17 feet above ground, with 10 to 12 cars with a capacity of 25 persons each and would be capable of moving up to 6,000 persons an hour. The expanded campus-city* airport system would be eight miles long and be capable of moving 15,000 persons an hour, Gray said. The system would be a demonstration project of the Urban Mass Transit Authority, constructed with UMTA funds. George P. Scelzo, president of PRT Systems Corp., Chicago, which holds the,research contract for the project, will meet with the* SIU board of trustees arid Carbondale city officials Friday to discuss details and seek authorisation to apply for federal funds. B]S Seeking Rate Increase rGHICAGO (UPI) - The Bur lington Northern Railroad filed a petition with the Illinois Commerce Commission Friday requesting permission to increase fares on its commuter trains in the "Chicago area by 10 per cent. 'Jrvi petition, the railroad said it faced a projected deficit of $2.3 million in its 1972 com rftuter operations. WANTED n FORD or FERGUSON 1-ltTI f DISC Call 2U9-4105 After 5 YARD SALE 101 WALNUT STREET - f UN., May Sth— 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. AM-FM clock radio, Mirro matic -pressure cooker, Ld's Sunbeam shaver, books, records, lota of I fcfs clothing sz 12 & 14 & misc. 25th Anniversary Attended by 130, Held at Oneida ONEIDA - More than 130 guests registered April 29 for the 25th wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Steck of near Galesburg. The event was held at the home of Mrs. Steck's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rylander, Oneida. A cake, decorated with the couple's wedding colors of blue and white, was served. Serving honors were accorded Mrs. Phyllis Ulm, London Mills; Mrs. Ai bert Goedeke, Maquon; Mrs. Alice Gillam, Monmouth, and Mrs. Judy Honeyman, Galesburg. Mrs. Nancy DeBaugh, Galesburg, served at the guest book. The celebration was hosted by the couple's relatives including Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Steck, Bio; Mrs. DeBaugh and Mrs. George Lundeen, Galesburg; John Steck, at home; Mrs. Rylander, Oneida; Mrs. Harold Weber, Winfield, Iowa; Mrs. William Rednour and Mrs. Ross Pitman, Rto; Mrs. Fred Lundeen, Rockford, and Mrs. Steck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Lundeen, Wataga. Oiher persons attended from Winfield, Iowa, London Mills, Gilson, Maquon, Galva, Wood- MLI, Wataga, Oneida, Monmouth, Roseville and Knoxville. Flyer Solicitation Not Connected With City Police A spokesman for the Galesburg Police Department said today that the Police Benevolent and Protective Association, Unit 18, is not affiliated with and does not support solicitation for another police organization project presently going on in the Galesburg area. A flyer is currently being distributed locally by Fraternal Order of Police and Troopers Lodge 41, with an address of Bex 1442, Galesburg. The flyer solicits both advertising space for a program and ticket sales for the organization's show starring Christy Lane at a Davenport ballroom in September. The GPD spokesman said I hat thenThave been complaints to the local department because of telephone calls and solicita tions by the organization. He said the organization and its project should not be confused with the annual Policeman's Ball staged locally each year. Week's Stocks Show Gain, "How comt you always wake up cranky on your day off?" Wailing Wall The Western, or Wailing, Wall is the sole remnant of the Temple, the lodestone of Judaism. Built by Solomon and destroyed by Nebuchadnezzar, restored by Herod and razed by the Romans, the Temple in Jerusalem once contained the Tablets of the Law, the Commandments given to Moses. READ THE WANT ADS! Charities Won't Accept Gay $ NASHVILLE, Tenn. (UPI) The chairman of the Miss Gay America Pageant scheduled here next week would like to give to charity the proceeds derived from a benefit program which will be held with the pageant. But Jerry Peak said Friday both the United Givers Fund and the Kidney Foundation have not been receptive to the funds. Peak said the Kidney Foundation told him if they accepted the funds, "they would lose half of the organizations that support them." Peak said a total of 36 female impersonators from 41 states have entered the three-day pageant beginning May 10. READ THE WANT ADS! YARD SALE 358 Huston Mon., May 7-10 a.m.*4 p.u. Clothing of all kinds, shoes it Misc. Rain Dai* Tuesday, May tin Acreage For Solo 20 Acres — 3 bedroom house, 1 year old, South of Oneida. ROVA District APPRAISED S34.800.00 375-6721 AFTER S 3 BEDROOM HOUSE WANTED TO RENT BY LATTER PART OF JUNE In Abingdon School District. In country on good roads or in town. Call Collect 343-3409 Galesburg Add to Royalty In Painting LONDON (UPI) - An artist has painted himself into his portrait of Britain's Royal Family which will go on display today. He expects some criticism for his work. "But I'm pretty pleased with what I've painted and that's what counts," said John Brat by, 44, a Royal Academy member. The portrait will appear at the 205th summer exhibition of the Royal Academy of Arts. Also in the exhibition is a new painting of Princess Anne which is to be displayed next to a picture of a nude woman. READ THE WANT ADS! IftOTO-ROOTIRl HI JOHNSON BLACKTOPPING DRIVEWAYS, PARKING AREAS It ETC. Phone 876 2291 For FREE Estimates Don't Dig Up Your Sow«r| Call 343-6913 — or Phone 3424430 No Charge If We fail GUARANTEED WORK By RON SCHEREft UPI Business Writer NEW YORK (UP!) - Stbck prices scored an impressive gain this week, rebounding from a sharp loss the previous week. The market was partially a technical turnaround, analysts said. Trading picked up. The widely watched Dow Jones industrial average jumped 31.68 to 953.87 after falling 41.01 last week. Standard & Poor's 500 stock index,, a broader market barometer, climbed 3.77 to 111.00. The NYSE index advanced 1.91 to 58.77. The advance was broad with 1,205 issues gaining and 552 declining among the 1,969 issues on the tape. Volume which had been low in recent weeks, picked up to 81,185,372 shares compared to 72,306,345 shares last week and 72,176,860 shares a year ago. Economic news was both positive and negative for the week. The government reported wholesale prices rose at a 12 per cent rate in April compared with 27.8 per cent in March. Brokers said investors were encouraged to see some sign of slowing inflation. But on Friday, many of the nation's large banks raised their prime interest rate to 7 per cent from 6% per cent. The move had been presaged by an increase in the government's discount rate on Thursday. The stock market has never responded well to the idea of tight money. 80 ACRES IN AVON AREA REAL GOOD COUNTRY HOME! 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 ffom Avon on improved all weather road. ALL THIS TOR ONLY $48,000 LEO HAGER BROKER » AUCTIONEER APPRAISER Phone 484-5993 Investors pushed the market higher Monday when some of President Nixon's top aides resigned Uflder pressure front the White House. When word reached Wall Street Wednesday Nixon would make a statement on the economy, traders hoped for some action to stem inflation. On Wednesday afternoon Nixon did some tightening of his economic controls. He re- instituted a/Phase II requirement that the nation's biggest firms notify the cost of living council 30 days in advance before boosting prices 1.5 per cent above the Jan. 10 levels. The market Thursday sold off steeply in the morning but recovered to post a gain for the session. The erratic behavior of the market prompted one analyst, Newton Zinder of E. P. Hutton to note, "The market has reacted to most events the wrong way." The up and down move ment of the markets on a daily basis even confused veteran Wall Street observer L u c 1 e n Hooper of W. E. Hutton who said, "I think we have an ex ample of a thin market and the erratic behavior of the insti tutional buyers. They are simply unexplainable in their habits. International Telephone & Tel egraph was the most activ issue, gaining 4 to 37 on 1,493, 600 shares. The company rc ported higher earnings for th quarter during the Week. FOR SALE SO Oil. Oas Water Hotter New |8S .fJ 40 Oal. Oae WatOf HMter New $81.00 Phone U2<m$ WANTED All Kindt of CARPENTER WORK Phone 342-5848 Anytime COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BEST 15 Minutes from Galesburg 3 BEDROOM 4 Year ,Old Ranch Spacious, on 2 landscaped acres, fenced. Beautifully carpeted and draped. Large double attached garage. 3 ceramic tile bathrooms. Full dry panelled basement with 20-ft. built-in bar. MICE . . . VACANT @ $30,500 LEO HAGER Broker - Auctioneer - Appraiser Phone 484-5993 POST Garden Center OPEN SAT. NIOHT * TILL NOON SUN. GERANIUMS 49* £ Large Variety GARDEN ft FLOWER PLANTS ONION SETS ft SEED POTATOES JIMMY DEAN SAUSAGE Mb. QA, HEAD LETTUCE Each 19« IUDOIO Chipped Beef 3 », 1 SQUIRT 6 29< Plus Deposit TRADING POST Super Mkt. 1515 E. MAIN ST. FOR SALE 1968 Buick Electro 225 Limited — 4-Dr. with black vinyl seats. All power, air cond., excellent. Phone Avon 465-3229 or 4*35-3819 R&S COIN & ANTIQUE SHOP •-- WEINBERG ARCADE BLDG. — GROUND FLOOR ",7 Galeibu^g, III. — Hours 10 to 5 Phone 343-3905 BUYING AND SELLING Old Coins — Jewelry — Gold — Junk Jewelry — Antiques Glassware. Bring It In Or Will Come To Pick It Up. HIGHEST PRICES PAID ON SILVER COINS AND SILVER DOLLARS Crop Hail INSURANCE Deferred premium payment till rail. Acreage discounts available. For a quotation call ... ED BOWMAN Oneida 483-8202 Rockfrrd Mutual Ins. Co. WANTED TO RENT or BUY Acreage in country. Necied immediately by family who has lost home by fire. Ph. DONALD BRASCHE 343-9334 or 342-1395 WANTED Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses CONTACT Colchester Nursing Center COLCHESTER, ILL. PHONE 776-3236 MAN WANTED For Full Time Employment as VILLAGE MARSHAL Includes other duties. Must be over 21, Call 342-3057 Production Workers Needed Equal Opportunity Employer • Good Working Conditions • Good Wage Rates • Paid Vacations and Holidays • Paid Insurance Apply At — 801 No. MAIN ST. ABINGDON, ILL. BRIGGS ROSEVILLE TRAILER DISTRIBUTORS for BELSHE Commercial Flat Bed or Beaver Tail Design Gooseneck or Hitch Trailers also ROYAL Horse, Stock or Gooseneck Trailers IN STOCK NOW New—21' Gooseneck (Hons or Cattle comb.) 7' wide, 7' high New—16' Slat Side Trailer 8' wide S'S" high New—W Solid Side Trailer 6' wide 8'6" high New—a-Horie Thoroughbred Deluxe Trailer 7' high New—Belihe 20' Flat Bed w/2 self storing loading rampa New—Belihe 28' Flat Bed w/3 7500 lb. axles, 3 self storing loading ramps, 7Vi' load deck over gooseneck, extra heavy jack stand. All Trailers Equipped With Electric Brakes Used— 1969 Hale 24' (horse or cattle comb.) trailer, new paint. All trailers can be seen at lot — I miles East of Roseville, 111. and V/t miles north or by contacting: W.I. TURNER Roseville — Phone (309) 426-2532 E. S. BURNS Monmouth — Phone (309) 734-3350 Dealerships Available In Certain Areas On Beth Belshe * Royal Trailers GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL BACKYARD SALES Garage, Patio, Driveway, Basement, 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 AUCTION 453'/i NORTH PLEASANT AVE. SUNDAY, MAY 6th 1 O'Clock As we are moving, Corbin's will sell the following merchandise: Brown Naugahyde studio couch, EA recliner, blonde desk and chair, 2 table lamps, card table, poker table and chairs, modern brass pole lamp, modern walnut dining room table, 3 leaves and 6 chairs, white formica top, bedroom suite, 2 Hollywood twin size beds, chest and dresser, M & W combination freezer refrigerator, metal utility cab., Howell 5-pc. modern dropleaf table and chairs, cabinet base, pots, pans and dishes, dehumidifler, ironing board, MW rotary electric start mower, riding golf cart, upright Hoover sweeper, Cushman gas golf cart, tank-type MW sweeper, Ball jars and misc. mdse. Mr. & Mrs. N. H. Kortuem, Owners Corbin's Auction Service — 343-9033 Cook & Woods, Auctioneers Delene Cook, Clerk Auctioneer & owners assume no responsibility for accident;: should any occur. HILLMAN'S HOME LAWN & GARDEN CENTER Big Boy Ported Tomatoes 19c All Troys of Flowers & Vegetables —59c Grade #1 California Roses, Potted _$2.99 Package Roses $2.25 or 3 for $6.00 Humus or Organic Peat, 50 lb. bag $1.29 Kill the Dandelions and Weeds in Your Yard Plus S."" WEED* RED PUBLIC AUCTION Of REAL ESTATE At 216 COAL STREET WATAGA, ILLINOIS Saturday, May 12, 1973 At 10:000 O'Clock A.M. To settle the Estate of C,eorge 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 WaUfa. 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 tun- BANK OF GALESBURG— Executor of the Estate of George H. Garrard, Deceased BARASH and STOERZBACH, Attys. F - E - CORBIN, Broker Ic Auctioneer M. W. KENT. Salesman SPECIAL $395 Bag We Have lots Of Yew Evergreens on Hand and More Coming In . . . BIRD BATHS and POTS at SPECIAL PRICES Special for Friday, Saturday & Sunday '7.95 BLUE SPRUCE Free With M0.00 Order or More Galesburg Livestock Sales Inc. East Fremont Road - 312-1416 Bonded For Your Protection Sale Every Tuesday, TUESDAY, MAY 8, 1973 10 Purebred Angus cows and calves. 6 Charolais cows r.nd calves. 3 Charolais Bulls. 45 Angus heifers, avg. 425 lbs. 35 Angus steers, avg. 450 lbs. 30 Angus heifers, avg. 525 lbs. 40 Hereford steers, avg. 600 lbs. * 45 Purebred Angus steers and heifers, avg. 675 lbs. 40 Mixed steers and heifers, avg. 759 lbs. 30 Angus and Hereford steers, avg. 850 lbs. J 50 Mixed cattle to be sold in small lots. 300 Mixed pigs, 40-90 lbs. WESTERN CATTLE ON HAND:— 100 Angus and Hereford heifers, avg. 450 lbs. 200 Angus and Hereford steers, avg. 550-C25 lbs. 200 Angus and Hereford steers, avg. 700-800 lbs. Fat Cattle Sale was active last Tuesday, 50c to $1.00 higher; Steer top $43.30; Heifer top $44.90. Tuesday evening sale includes 903 Feeder pigs and 612 Feeder Cattle with a active market on both Feeder Shoats anil Feeder Cattle. HILLMAN'S HOME LAWN AND GARDEN (ENTER 1055 Grand — Open 7 Days A W«tk Reg. Sale 7:00 P.M. Fat Cattle 9:00 A.M. MORE CATTLE & HOGS BY SALE TIME Feeder 'Cattle for Private Sale Daily Up Until Sale Time REPRESENTATIVES: John Walters Martin M. Swanson Richard Anderson William Reynolds Robert Lindsey, Tom Kilcoin and Carl Steck — Auctioneers

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