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20 Golesburg ReoJster«Mqjj f Galesburg, 111, Sorurddy, Aug. 17, 1963' Business News OBM Dealers To Market Stern Drives MILWAUKEE - Stern drive engines produced by Outboard Marine Corp., including a new 150 H.P. 4-cycle engine, will be marketed through marine dealers in addition to boat builders, it was announced today. Responsibility for sales of both the 88 h.p. 2-cycle engines and the new 150 h.p. V-6 units has been given the company's three marine divisions. Previously engines were sold only to boat builders by the recently discontinued OMC Engines and Equipment Division. Howard F. Larson, marketing vice president for marine products, said all sales to original equipment manufacturers will be handled by the Gale Products Division at Galesburg, 111., which also markets marine accessories. The Evinrude and Johnson organizations will sell the stern drive units through their dealer networks to meet the demands for replacement engines and for installation in hulls from builders who do not provide power sources. The same features will be available in the new 150 h.p. stern drive package as in the present OMC 488 inboard-outboard unit. For its power plant, the V-4 88 h.p. two-cycle stern drive uses OMC's four cylinder V-block engine. It also features an automatic oiling mechanism with a tank separate from the fuel system that eliminates the necessity of mixing oil and gas. Kroger Moves To Buy Chain In Los Angeles The Kroger Company took the first step Thursday toward acquiring the 56-store Market Basket Supermarket Co. in Los Angeles, Calif. The shareowners, in a special meeting at Kroger's general office in Cincinnati, authorized 750,000 shares of a new class of $50 par value cumulative preferred stock. Of these, 491,276 shares are earmarked for use in acquiring the Los Angeles chain in an exchange of stock. Market Basket shareholders will be offered one share of the Kroger preferred stock for two shares of Market Basket common stock. This offer must be approved by 80 per cent of the Market Basket common stockholders. Dealers Report On Car Sales The Chrysler-Plymouth Division reports that its dealers delivered 51,743 new cars in July, compared to 44,236 in June and 35,405 in July of last year. The combined daily rate of sales for Plymouth, Plymouth Valiant, Chrysler and Imperial cars in July was 1,990, a 12 per cent increase over the 1,769 daily rate of the previous month and 41 per cent increase over the 1,' 416 daily rate of July last year Chrysler sales in July of 9,893 cars were the best for July since 1956, according to C. E. Briggs, vice president of Chrysler Motors Corp. and division general manager. Combined sales of all four lines for the first seven months of 1963 came to 335,739, a 34 per cent increase over the first seven months last year. All lines showed increases dur ing the final 10-day selling period of July and for the entire month of July over comparable periods of the previous month and over July of last year. Minor Leagues By The Associated Press INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Jacksonville 15, Arkansas 6 Atlanta 6-6, Richmond 0-1 Indianapolis 7, Toronto 3 Syracuse 5-2, Columbus 1-1 Buffalo 6, Rochester 3 PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE San Diego 8, Portland 3 Spokane 12, Seattle 1 Denver 8, Dallas-Fort Worth 5 Okla. City 8, Salt Lake 5 Hawaii 10, Tacoma 3 MIDWEST LEAGUE Quad Cities 7, Decatur 4 Waterloo 5-1, Fox Cities 4-3 Clinton 5-0, Wisconsin Rapids 4- Cedar Rapids 5-2, Dubuque 2-1 Quincy 7-8, Burlington 6-7 READ THE CLASSIFIEDS 1 Outboard Marine Reorganizes Boat Sales Reorganization of its boat marketing program was announced today by Outboard Marine Corp. Effective immediately the OMC boat line, consisting of seven 17- foot models of reinforced fiber- glas, will be marketed by the Johnson Motors Division through its dealer organization, according to Howard F. Larson, vice president-marketing for marine products. A completely new line of boats has been developed for distribution by the Evinrude Motors Division and will be introduced this fall, Larson said. The OMC Boats division will manufacture both lines of boats, with Harris O. Ewald, division manager, in charge of manufacturing operations. Larson said much of its marketing personnel is being absorbed by the other marine divisions. John R. Millard, director of sales and advertising of the OMC Boats division, is joining the Johnson organization as product manager for the boat line. State Funds Earn More in July Than Year Ago Earnings on state funds totaled $1,589,549 for the month of July, an increase of $477,833 over a year ago. State Treasurer William J. Scott also announced today that beginning in August, the state's four largest banks have agreed to increase the interest paid for state funds to a record high of 3.25 per cent. These banks are The Continental Illinois National Bank, The First National Bank of Chicago, The Harris Trust and Savings Bank, and The Northern Trust Co. At the end of July, Scott said the state had $210 million in six- month bank deposits earning 3.12 per cent, and plans call for increasing this to 3.25 per cent or more within the next few months. Scott also hopes to increase the 2.5 interest rate on $183 million in short term bank accounts to 2.75 per cent by October. Installs Three New Telephones During July Intra State Telephone Co. has installed the following new business telephones during July: Tastee Freez, 1687 N. Henderson 343-8926; Lee Walbert, 483 E. Berrien 343-9715; and Holiday Inn driving range at North Henderson St. 343-8548. Awards Given Insurance Men By Prudential National insurance awards made to four members of the Prudential Insurance Company's Galesburg District, 799 N. Henderson St., were announced today by F. Byron Nelson, manager. Recipients are James W. Henry, 321 North G Street, Monmouth; K. Stuart Hawkinson, 633 .Willard, Galesburg; Gordon F. King, Knoxville, and Roland E. Olson, Kewanee. These awards are given to agents who keep in force a high percentage of the life insurance they sell. Two Win Trips Two Galesburg men have won all-expense trips to Mexico. Great States Life Insurance Company of Quincy, will provide the six- day trip to Mexico City, with side trips to Taxco and Cuernavaca for Jesse Goff and Wesley Nelson. Wins Trip Gerald Gardner, Caraeron, Route 2, agent for the Financial Security Life Insurance Co., Moline, has been awarded a free trip to Lake Lawn Lodge, Delavan, Wis. Aug. 18-21. The award was based on sales production during a 5-month campaign. Fight Results By The Associated Press SAN ANTONIO, Tex. — Manny Elias, 123, Phoenix, Ariz., out­ pointed Cuervo Salinas, 121, Mexico City, 10. LOS ANGELES—Jesus Pimental, inVz, Mexicali, knocked out Jose Lopez, 118, Tijuana, 8. Major League Box Scores NIGHT OAMH DETROIT 8b t h bl Bruton McAu'e Cash Cola'ito Phll'ps Brown Roarke Smith Lolich aKali'e bKoch cBun'g Faul dHer'g Regan 1 1 2 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 LOS ANGELES •b t h bl Pearson 2 4 2 0 Fregosi 5 3 3 Moran 3 2 2 Torres 4 0 2 Rodgers 3 0 1 Hunt 3 0 0 eWagner 10 1 Kostro 3 0 1 CR.S'd'kl L.Tho'as McBride Spring Foytack 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 Ande'n 0 0 0 0 SG.T'as 10 0 0 Totals 35 6 12 5 1 Totals 31 9 13 8 a— Singled for Lolich in 5th; b— announced as runner for Kaline in 5th; c—ran for Koch in 5th; d— Walked for Faul in 7th; e—singled for Hunt in 7th; f— hit sacrifice fly for Kostro in 7th; g—grounded out for Anderson in 9th. Score by innings: Detroit 100 020 300—6 Los Angeles 202 020 30x—9 E—Colavito, Roarke. PO-A—Detroit 24-10. Los Angeles 27-19. DP —Torres, Moran and L. Thomas 2; Smith, McAuliffo and Cash; Torres and L. Thomas; Fregosi, Moran and L. Thomas; Brown, Phillips and Smith. LOB—Detroit 4, Los Angeles 6. 2 B—Brown, Pearson. 3B —Fregosi. S — Pearson. SF — Moran 2, R. Sadowski. iP 4 h r •r bb •o iP 4 5 4 3 2 2 Faul 2 2 2 0 2 Regan L, 8-7 ...1 4 3 3 1 0 Anderson 1 1 O 0 1 O McBride — 6 «/3 10 6 6 2 3 Spring —. Va 2 0 0 O 0 Foytack W, 5-5 -2 '/3 0 0 0 0 O WP—McBride. U- - Runge, Di- Muro, Stevens, Smith T— 2:27. A —8,525. Transportation Departures Effective April 28 ALL SCHEDULES DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME Burlington, Eaitbound 8 Fast Mail 3:05 «. m. 30 AkSarBen 5:55 a. m. 10 Denver Zephyr 7:52 a. m. 2 Local -8:50 a. m. 18 California Zephyr —12:31 p. m. 12 Nebraska Zephyr 7:05 p. m. Burlington, Westbound 3 to Omaha, Lincoln 1:48 a. m. 55 to Kansas City 1:55 a. m. 7 to Denver ——-3:55 a. m. 35 to Kansas City 3*0 p. m. 11 to Omaha, Lincoln 3:10 p. m. 17 to California _ 6:32 p.m. 1 to Denver 8:22 p. m. Santa F», Eaitbound 20 Chief 4:40 a. n>. 16 Texas Chief 6:40 a. m. 18 Super Chief- El Capitan* _^.-ll :10 a. m. 2 S.F. Chief* 11:45 a. m. 124 Grand Canyon 2:20 p. m. 12 Chlcagoan 5:50 p. m. Santa Fa, Westbound 9 K. C Chief 2:35 a. m. 19 Chief 12:55 p. m. 123 Grand Canyon 3:20 p. m. 1 S.F. Chief* 7:05 p. m. 15 Texas Chief 9:55 p. m. 17 Super Chief- El Capitan* 1045 p. m. *—Flagstop Ozark, Northbound Flight 140 to Chicago* 8:53 a. m. 64 to Chicago* ... .4:45 p. m. Ozark, Southbound 141 to St. Louis •• 12:26 p. m. 143 to St. Louis 9:01 p. m. •—Except Sunday ••—Except Saturday BUS SCHEDULES Weilbound To West Coast 6:30 a. m. To West Coast 1:20 p. m. To West Coast 9:45 p. m. Eaitbound To East Coast 12:01 p. m. To East Coast . _ 8:00 p. m. Southbound To St. Louis 10:00 a. m. Northbound To Davenport 9:20 p. m. To Peoria 1:15 p. m. To Peoria 8:25 p. m. 'Bad Boy' Proves He Is Also Tough By United Press International Cookie Gilchrist, reputed "bad boy" of professional football, has proved again that he's just as tough on the field. The 243-pound fullback for the Buffalo Bills, whose numerous off-the-field scrapes have done almost as much to keep him in the headlines as his bone-crunching running, helped power the Bills to a 23-8 American Football League exhibition victory over the New York Jets Friday night Gilchrist scored from the two yard line and piled up 64 yards in nine carries. A crowd of 19,142 saw the Bills chalk up 20 points in the first half and coast to victory behind Gilchrist, quarterback Jackie Kemp and Mack Yoho's kicking. At Bethlehem, Pa., 14,000 fans turned out to see rookie Terry Nofsinger throw an 80-yard touchdown pass to Red Mack and lead the Pittsburgh Steelers to a 24-13 triumph over the Philadelphia Eagles in a National Football League pre-season contest. In the only other NFL game Friday night, the St. Louis Cardinals edged the San Francis co Forty Niners, 24-22, on Prentice Gautt's one-yard plunge in the last minute of play. NEW YORK ab t h bl him 5 0 0 0 Ric'son 3 0 10 Tresh 4 12 1 Howard 3 0 10 bReed 0 10 0 Berra 0 0 0 0 Bright 4 0 0 0 Lopez 4 112 Pepi'ne 4 0 10 Boyer 4 111 Ford 2 0 0 0 aMan'le 10 0 0 Kunkel 0 0 0 0 NIGHT GAME CHICAGO ab * h bl 2 0 0 0 4 110 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 10 10 0 0 4 111 3 0 0 0 10 10 0 0 0 0 3 0 10 Landis Fox H'sh'ger Nichol'n Lemon McCraw Ward Hansen cRob'on eWeis Carreon dMaxw'U 10 0 0 Pizarro 3 0 0 0 Totals 34 4 7 41 Totals 31 2 5 ~1 a—Grounded out for Ford in 8th; b—ran for Howard in 9th; c—sin­ gled for Hansen in 9th; d—hit into double play for Carreon in 9th; e—ran for Robinson in 9th. Score by innings: New York 000 000 O04—4 Chicago —110 000 000—2 E— Linz 2, Ward, Richardson, Ford. PO-A—New York 27-14. Chicago 27-11. DP—Ward and Lemon; Linz, Richardson and Bright; Richardson, Linz and Bright. LOB— New York 6. Chicago 6. 2B—Car­ reon. HR—Ward, Tresh, Lopez, Boyer. Ford Kunkel W, 3-1 Pizarro L. 14-7 ip ..7 .2 .9 h r er bbio 4 2 14 5 1 0 0 0 1 7 4 4 3 2 U—Haller, Carrigan, McKinley, Chylak. T—2:10. A—35,444. JAN FBANCISCO I ST. LOUIS ab r h bl i ab r h bl Kuenn 4 0 2 01 Flood 4 110 D'enp't 4 O 1 0!r,roat 4 110 McCo'y 4 0 2 OlMnxvill 0 10 0 Mays 4 0 1 01 White 6 2 3 3 Cepoda 4 0 0 Ol.vrusial 4 0 0 0 Hart 3 0 0 OIKolb 1 1 1 i aSanf'd 0 0 0 OlBover fi 4 i •> Haller 4 0 1 0! Altman 3 12 3 Bow'an 3 0 1 Ollavier 5 12 0 Duffalo 0 0 0 OIVTcCar'r 4 12 2 Bolin 10 0 OlSim'ons 5 0 2 2 5tanek (1 0 0 0! Fisher 0 0 0 01 Linzy 2 0 O 01 Totals 33 (Tl 0| Tot;ils 42 13 18 13 a—Ran for Hart in 9th. San Francisco 0O0 000 000— O St. Louis 112 130 32x—13 E — Mays, Boyer. PO-A — San Francisco 24-7, St. Louis 27-9. DP —Groat, Javier and White; Javier, Groat and White. LOB—San Francisco 7, St. Louis 13. 2B—Boyer 2, Groat, Altman, McCarver. 3B— Flood, Altman. •P. h Duffalo L, 4-2 __.]"% 3 Bolin 2 5 3 2 xStanek >.'i 12 2 Fisher 3 11 Ltnzy 3% 6 5 5 Simmons W, 11-6—9 8 0 0 x—Faced two men In 5th. r er bbao 2 2 2 1 HBP—By Simmons, Hart. WP— Bolin. TJ—Crawford, Venzon, Steiner, Donatelli. T—2:42. A— 30,680. •T»i SOT! TDF TEN By United Press International NATIONAL LEAGUE Player & Club G. AB R. H. Pet. Groat, StL Clmnte, Pitt Gonzlz, Phil Pinson, Cin T.Davs, LA Aaron, Mil Kuenn, SF White, StL Wills, LA Williams, Chi 121 486 66 167 .344 111 435 62 144 .331 121 447 67 147 .329 125 506 78 164 .324 105 395 51 128 ,324 90 149 .314 41 89 .310 85 151 .307 61 117 .302 70 140 .301 121 474 83 287 121 492 97 388 120 465 AMERICAN LEAGUE Player & Club G. AB R. H. Pet. Yszmski, Bos 113 429 74 143 .333 Kaline, Det 115 446 74 141 .316 Rollins, Min 103 391 64 123 .315 Pearson, LA 117 438 64 132 .301 Malzone, Bos 113 437 51 130 .297 Wagner, LA 118 434 58 128 .295 Geiger, Bos 87 292 56 86 .295 Causey, KC 109 439 57 124 .282 Hrshbgr, Chi 98 344 50 97 .282 Howard, NY 101 367 58 103 .281 Home Runs National League — McCovey, Giants 34; Aaron, Braves 32; Mays, Giants 29; White, Cards 21; Santo, Cubs 21. American League — Stuart, Red Sox 30; Killebrew, Twins 28; Allison, Twins 26; Howard, Yanks 23; Wagner, Angels 22. Runs Batted In National League — Aaron, Braves 100; White, Cards 87; Pinson, Reds 82; Boyer, Cards 82; Santo, Cubs 80; Robinson, Reds 80. American League — Stuart, Red Sox 85; Kaline, Tigers 80; Wagner, Angels 71; Allison, Twins 68; Howard, Yanks 66; Battey, Twins 66. Pitching National League — Perranoski, Dodgers 13-2; Maloney, Reds 18-4; McBean, Pirates 12-3; Koufax, Dodgers 18-5; Marichal, Giants 18-6. American League — Radatz, Red Sox 12-4; Ford, Yanks 17-6; Downing, Yanks 8-3; Bouton, Yanks 15-6; Pascual, Twins 15-6. Princeton holds a 28-4 edge in its football rivalry with Columbia. * AUCTION Complete closing out sale of restaurant equipment, and fixtures. Everything will be sold. Wednesday, August 21, 1963 Starling at 10:30 A.M. 21ft South Main Street, Monmouth, HUnoii. Known for about twenty years as Hedricks Cafe. Having served large smorgasbords, banquets, and service clubs. Frigidaire ice machine, Ranges, Steam tables, Hobarts meat slicer, Soda fountain, Dish washer, 5 & 7 ton Air conditioners. Exhaust fans, 20-Qt. Hobart mixer and attachments, Refrigerated stainless steel salad unit. Eleven booths with maple top tables, Banquet tables, 2- drawer elec. oven, 4-slice toastmaster, National cash register, Cherry paneling, and mirrors, Stromberg time clock. These are only a few of the hundreds of items to be sold in this sale, as there is everything needed to operate a large restaurant and banquet room. Term*: Ca»h. Not Retpontible ior Accldenli. JOHN D. COX, Owner Ceo. D. Gsikill, Auctioneer. Phone 734-7546 or 734-4601. NIGHT GAME . HOUSTON | MILWAUKEE ab r h bl Spang'r 4 0 2 0 Run'els 4 13 0 Wynn 4 0 0 0 Bate'an 4 112 Staub 4 0 2 0 War'ick 4 0 10 Aspr'te 4 0 10 Lillis 4 0 0 0 Farrell 4 0 0 0 Wood'k 0 0 0 0 Totals 36 2 10 2 ab r h bl 6 12 1 Mnye Boiling 5 1 Aaron 4 0 Mathews 4 0 Oliver 4 0 Menke 4 0 McMil'n 4 0 Crandall 3 0 bTorre 1 0 cHen'ley 0 1 Clonln'r 2 0 aKlim'k 1 0 Shaw 0 0 0 cCline 0 0 0 Totals 37 3 13 3 a—Strikeout for Cloninger in 7th; b—singled for Crandall in 9th. c— ran for Torre in 9th; d—sacrificed for Shaw in 9th. Score by innings: Houston 200 000 000—2 Milwaukee 000 000 012—3 E—Menke. PO-A—Houston 26-11, two out when winnine run scored; Milwaukee 27-14. DP—McMillan, Bolllne and Oliver. LOB—Houston 7, Milwaukee 2. 2B — Runnels, Mathews. HR—Bateman. S—Cline. IP h r er bbto xFarrell 8 11 2 2 1 6 Woode'ick L, 10-7. % 2 1 1 2 1 Cloninger .7 9 2 2 0 2 Shaw W. 5-9 2 1 0 0 0 2 x—Faced one man in 9th. WP—Cloninger. PB—Bateman. V —Sudol, Forman, Gorman, Landes. T—2:14. A—7,506. SECOND GAME CHICAGO t CINCINNATI ab r h bl' ab t h bl Brock 4 0 1 OlSose 4 111 Hubbs 4 0 1 0ISaper 5 Willia's 3 0 0 01 Pinson 5 Santo 4 11 lUohins'n 5 Burton 4 0 1 OlTolemnn 3 Banks 2 10 O'Sdwards 4 Bertell 3 0 1 Ofreesc 4 Rodgers 3 0 1 II Garden's 4 Hobbie 1 0 0 01 lay 4 Elston 0 0 0 01 sLan'm 1 0 0 01 Koonce 1 0 0 01 Totals 30 2 6 21 Totals 38 8 14 8 a—Lined out for Elston in 5th. Score by innings: Chicago ..000 011 000—2 Cincinnati ...012 410 OOx—8 . E—Rodgers. PO-A—Chicago 2410, Cincinnati 27-10. DP—Rodgers and Banks: Rose, Cardenas and Coleman. LOB—Chicago 6, Cincinnati 8. 2B—Robinson. Coleman, Edwards. HR—Santo, Rose, Robinson. _ Io h r er bb ao Hobbie L, 5-9 3<<i 9 6 5 2 4 Elson 2/ 3 3 110 2 Koonce 4 2 110 2 Jay W, 5-16 9 6 2 2 5 8 U —Smith, Secory, Jackowskl, Pryor. T—2:23. A—19,481. California Girl Cops Honors in Junior Tourney ALBANY, N.Y. (UPI) —Janis Ferraris of San Francisco, Calif., defeated Peggy Conley of Spokane, Wash., Friday, 2 up for the 1963 National Girls Junior Amateur golf title. The two West Coast 16-year- olds said they would play in the Women's National Amateur championships opening at Williamstown, Mass., Monday. Miss Ferraris, who shot a one- over-par 73 in the 18-hole championship round, appeared nervous at the 17th hole when she chipped to the back edge of the green and missed a 25-foot putt. Miss Conley also had trouble in the 17th when she missed a 15-foot putt that would have evened the match for the final hole. On the 18th, Miss Conley bogied while Miss Ferraris parred in 4 to win the match. RITE-WAY DISPOSAL SYSTEM Ii doing busineit as usual only under New Management. MGR. RALPH GARRETT 700 West Fremont St. Phone 343-5461. YARD SALE 320 N. Cedar Sunday — 10 to t Monday — 9 to S Men, Women & Children! Clothing. Trunk, lawn furniture, table and chain, knick knacks, and many miic. itemi. LARGE GARAGE SALE Every Day and Evening 2 Gas Stoves, 2 Refrigerators, Speed Queen Washer, Davenport, Dresses & Items too Numerous to List. LOIS SMITH Corner Meek It Ohio—Abingdon. FOR SALE 1954 FORD y 4 TON TRUCK. GOOD CONDITION. $300 Phone 289-9355. Beef Cattle Prices Show Upward Climb This Week FARM MARKET TRENDS United Press International Cattle prices did an about face this week and started on a climb that many traders expect to last until mid- September. The value of cattle in the Midwest had been slipping for four consecutive weeks. A higher wholesale dressed beef trade indicated that enthusiastic supermarket demand helped do the trick. Word that the recent flood of record -breaking heavy cattle are at last' taking the shapes of steaks, roasts and hamburgers also attracted shipper and packer buying. Dealers apparently chose to ignore the fact that receipts at the 12 midwestern markets were 6,000 head above a week ago. Sell Steady Slaughter steers sold steady to 25 cents per 100 pounds higher with Sioux City up as much as 50 cents. Heifers traded steady to 50 cents higher, although St. Louis and St. Joseph recorded 50 cent drops, cows steady to 50 cents higher, bulls steady to 25 cents higher and vealers steady to $1 up. Trading on feeder cattle and calves continued at a fairly clipped pace and prices held fully steady. Weights commanded more influence with prices' than grades in most markets. For example, a load of high choice and prime 1400 pound steers at Chicago sold around $24.75 to $25.00 one day this week, while a load of choice steers weighing 1150 50 1250 pounds was $25.00. A USDA spokesman said heifer buyers were invading the steer market for the lighter weights. Choice steers at Chicago averaged $24.80 this week against $24.59 last week and $28.31 a year ago. Cattle in the Windy City hit $26, the highest point in three weeks. Hogs Work Lower Meanwhile, farmers watched prices for hogs work lower. Lower dressed pork trade called the punches. The downturn on barrows , and gilts ranged from 25 cents to $1.00 lower with sows 50 cents lower. A trade source attributed the lower prices to reports that meat production was above the year level for the 12th straight week MIXED HAY WANTED Call or see—Bill Bowen, care Wertheimer Cattle Co.. Inc.— CBfeQ STOCKYARDS Galesburg. 111.—TeL 343-5612 Deer Hunters 368 ACRES FOR LEASE In Knox County — For Details — Phone 4811—Elmwood, III. Sidewalk Sale 501 Lincoln St. Monday, Auguit 19 9 to ? Clothei, ioyi, diihei, what-noti, miic. ESTATE SALE Tues., Aug. 20 1:00 p.m. Mrs. Harley Cox Estate North of Mobile Station Alexis, Illinois Louis Simpson, Auctioneer Phone 482-3266 Alexis WM, HART, Administrator DISTRICT 2 WATER BILLS FINAL DATE WITHOUT PENALTY TUESDAY, AUGUST 20th On All Water Bills (Cream-Colored) in the Northwest and Southwest District "Shut-Off" Date for This District Will Be September 16, 1963, Monday. WATER DEPT. CITY OF GALESBURG TRUCK POWER VACUUM CLEANING We clean all FURNACES & BOILERS and check over all controls, oil, gas or coal. We clean all CHIMNEYS, we clean all cold-air and warm-air DUCTS. We can also clean up that old coal-room or any basement. Call us for rates. All work guaranteed. Wilkinson Oil & Heating Co. Dial 342-1214 with pork and beef accounting for the bulk of the Increase. Stronger competition from poultry was another bearish influence. However, the USDA reported a strong undertone based on rumors that the National Farmers Organization has decreed that farmers withhold hogs from market starting Monday. This order, if put into effect, could possibly clean out the hog markets along the Mississippi, River. Supply Holds Large The supply of hogs on the market is large and farmers hope that a stoppage of stocks would push prices up to better levels. Barrows and gilts at Chicago averaged $17.6E, the lowest level in two months, compared to $8.02 last week and $18.45 a year ago. Spring slaughter lambs sold strong to 50 cents higher with Kansas City showing prices $1.00 higher. Smaller receipts at Midwest markets strengthened prices. Slaughter ewes traded steady to 50 cents higher and feeder lambs steady to strong. Chicago wholesalers listed steer beef steady to 50 cents higher, heifer beef steady to 25 cents higher, cow beef 25 to 50 cents higher, lamb 50 cents to $1.00 higher, light weight pork loins 50 cents higher, heavier weights 50 cents lower, Boston butts $2.00 to $2.50 lower and hams $1.00 to $1.50 lower. Grains Slip Soybean and nearby wheat deliveries slipped this week on larger than expected government crop estimates. Other cereals scored small gains on the Board of Trade. Soybeans lost more than 3 cents a bushel on the official prediction and reports of good crop progress. Snorts covered in corn following a smaller crop guess than expected. Longs liquidated most wheat contracts reflecting the official estimate for large soft red wheat production. Heavy export buying rallied prices. Sell Unchanged Live poultry delivered to Chicago this week sold unchanged to Wz cents lower. Eggs gained 2'/ 2 cents. Butter and cheese traded MICRO-MIDGET AUTO RACES SQUIRES SPEEDWAY SATURDAY, AUG. 17 FOR SALE Delta Band Saw. Jig Saw, Router, Shaper, Elec. Sander, Miic. Alio African Violeli, 1951 2-Dr. Chevy Sedan. 1045 N. Henderson BACKYARD SALE Four piece sectional, refrigerator, apartment lire gas stove, 3 overstuffed chairs, kitchen chairs, men's, women's and girls' clothing, plus miscellaneous ar- tiles. Any reasonable price accepted. Sale starts at 9 till ?? SUNDAY—1392 MORTON AVE. FOR SALE Extra nice all wood, walnut finished breakfast set. Extension table, 3 leafs. Four chairs. Has nice yellow stripe It flowers. 1471 W. Losey unchanged. Truck offerings of potatoes were very light but movement from nearby points picked up conr/Jer* ably toward the end of the week. The market for the best potatoes was firm but very dull for others. MARKET REPORTS MONDAY'S ESTIMATES CHICAGO (AP) — Estimated livestock receipts for Monday are 14,000 cattle, 6,000 hogs and 500 sheep. Galesburg Hog Market Galesburg Order Buyers C. B. St Q. Stockyards Market 25 cents lower. Bulk of eastern shipping hogs, $16.75-$17. Top, $17.25. Quotations: 200-240 $16.50-$17.25 240-260 $16.20-$17.15 300 $16.00-$16.75 Packing sows $12.50-$15.50 Russell Rummel, Marilyn Richardson Exchange Vows BIGGSVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Jacobs attended the wedding of Mrs. Jacobs' cousin, Russell Rummel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rummel of Moline, and Miss Marilyn Avon Richardson, daughter of Mrs. Carroll M. Richardson and the late Mi". Richardson of Davenport, Aug. 10 at the St. Alphonsus Catholic Church in Davenport. The reception was at Savas Highland Park Bowl, Moline. Following a honeymoon to Denver, Colo., the young couple will return to Davenport, where they will make their home. The Rummel family formerly resided in the Biggsville community. COMPLETE TREE REMOVAL Fully Insured — Free Estimates POWER STUMP REMOVAL OLSON'S TREE SERVICE Call Collect — Trojan 6-2103 Gilson, 111. Galesburg, 111. — 342-6234 FOR SALE by owner, 160 acres stock and grain farm. About half tillable. Near Tri-Citles. Will sell on contract. Write Box 717, care Register-Mail. Backyard Sale 589 West Main Sat. & Sunday, 8-? Clothing & Misc. FISH SALE TONITE 5 to 7 P.M. CATFISH — 69c lb. CARP 25c lb. Right off the bench. 131 S. ACADEMY Administrator's Sale REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY AT RESIDENCE -2V4 miles West of Cozy Inn and U. S. Route 150, North of Galesburg, Illinois. At 10:00 A.M., August 24, 1963 10:00 A.M.—PERSONAL PROPERTY, consisting of; Hand tractor and miscellaneous property. 10:30 A.M.—REAL ESTATE, consisting of: 10 acres, more or less, in the Southeast Quarter of Section 7, Henderson Township, Knox County, Illinois, improved with old frame house and buildings, lying VA miles West of Cozy Inn and U. S. Route 150 on a gravel road on the North side of Galesburg, Illinois. TERMS: Administrator will sell all right, title and interest of decedent in real and personal property on the following terms: Personal Property—cash; Real Estate—20% day of sale, balance upon approval of Court and delivery of Administrator's Deed. Subject to 1963 taxes due in 1964. Possession on delivery of deed. Real estate may be seen by contacting any of the undersigned, or see Auctioneers at above residence, August 11th, 2:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. and August 3rd, 6:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. Purchaser may assume 1964 contract with Knox County Agricultural Soil Conservation Service, which will pay $120.78 for non-use of 6Vi acres. ROYAL A. HARSHBARGER, as Administrator of the Estate of Robert T. Tolley, Deceased. O'BRIEN & O'BRIEN and DONALD L. STOFFEL, Attorneys CORBIN & KENT, Auctioneers

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