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22 Golesburp Register-Mail, Galesburg, m, Witts Contest in Monday, Auo. 19, 1963 Ups Agency Eyes wing in Cattle Cycle WASHINGTON (UPD-The Agriculture Department predicts the upswing in the cattle cycle, which began in 1958, will continue this year and probably for at least the next couple of year's. The average rale of expansion in the beginning inventory of cattle and calves on farms from 1958 through Jan. 1, 1962, was 2.5 per cent. The beginning inventory of 103,750,000 head last January was 3.8 per cent larger than a year earlier. How It Works Roughly, here is how the cattle cycle works: Cattle prices start rising. Cattlemen like high prices, just like anyone else with something to sell. They increase their herds. The cattle number rise as long as the prices stay up. Then, where there are lots of cattle on hand, and the supply of beef is greater than demand, the price of beef starts to drop. So does the price of cattle. The cattlemen sell off their' surplus animals, reduce their herds until the apparent supply of beef on the hoof matches, or is below, demand. Prices of beef start rising, so do prices of live cattle. Hence, the cattle cycle starts on the upward swing again. The cycle—up and down—is never ending. Expects 3 Per Cent The department said the expansion in cattle and calf numbers this year is expected to be about 3 per cent. For the fourth consecutive year another new record for numbers on farms is in prospect. The slowdown in the rate of increase will be caused primarily by increased cattle slaughter and slightly fewer imports of live animals, the department said. The expansion likely will continue, however, because of a 2 per cent larger calf crop and a 5 per cent smaller calf slaughter in 1963 than in 1962. The department sard an in crease of more than 10 per cent in cattle and calf slaughter would be required to stop the cattle cycle upswing next year. Cat tie and calf slaughter this year likely will increase only about 2 per cent over last year. Some Schools Pay Over $11,000 For Teachers WASHINGTON (UPD—The National Education Association reported Sunday at least 75 U.S. public school systems will pay salaries of $11,000 or more to classroom teachers in the next school year. The NEA said Beverly Hills, Calif., would have the highest salary scale with a $14,000 maximum for teachers holding doctor's degrees. Wantagh, N.Y., ranks second with a $13,488 maximum. They're Always Ready VATICAN CITY (AP) - This city-state's fire department of 20 men can often be seen rushing full speed along ancient roadways in their red jeep-like fire truck. But they are only drills. There has been no fire at the Vatican in more than a century. Skiers' Paradise L'AQUILA, Italy (AP) - There is skiing each year until the end of May on the slopes of the 10,000-foot Gra,n Sasso, lughest mountain of the Appennines, between Rome and the Adriatic. NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONS APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF ABANDONED PROPERTY Pursuant to Paragraph 112, Chapter 141, Illinois Revised Statutes, 1961, notice is hereby given that the persons listed below appear to be the owners of abandoned property, information concerning the amount or description of the property and the names and address of the Holder may be obtained by any person possessing an interest in the property, by writing to the Director, Department of Financial Institutions, Abandoned Property Division, Hoom 103M, Capitol Building, Springfield, Illinois, giving the name, number, and address, as ehown in this notice. Unless proof of claim is presented to the Holder and the Owners right to receive the property is established within 65 days from the date of the last published notice, the abandoned property will be placed in the custody of the Director of Department of Financial Institutions, not later than 85 days after such publication date; end all further claims must thereafter be directed to the Director, Department of Financial Institutions, Springfield. Illinois, In the addresses shown below, the City of Galesburg and the State of Illinois are Intended, unless otherwise stated. JOSEPH E. KNIGHT, Director. Department of Financial Institutions Ethel M. Todd — 422 Holton St., Galesburg, 111. Aug. 19-28; 2T< Stark County TOULON — Drinda Booker, 18, of Toulon, was named Miss Stark County Wednesday night at Toulon. In the talent event, she performed a modern dance. She is the daughter of Mrs. Helen Williams and Ray Booker, of Toulon. Runners-up were Miss Vickie McMillen of Toulon and Miss Jane Shane, Miss Mary Foffell and Miss Sandra Tolson, of Wyoming. Tito Hopes To See JFK This Fall BELGRADE (UPD - Yugoslav President Josip Broz Tito said to> day he hopes to meet President Kennedy in the United States this fall. Gov. Edmund G. (Pat) Brown of California told UPI after a 40- minute meeting with Tito that the Yugoslav leader said he thinks he will attend the United Nations General Assembly session in New York this fall. Brown said he asked Tito if he hopes to meet Kennedy then. He quoted Tito as replying, "Yes, I hope to see the President." "But it will not be the first time I have met him," Tito said. "I met President Kennedy when he came here in the early 1950's with Sen. (Owen) Brewster (former Republican senator from Maine) and Sen. Wayne Morse (D-Ore.)." Tito Praises Pope Brown quoted Tito also as praising Pope Paul VI. "We have very good relations with the Vatican. The Pope is for peace and so are we," Tito told Brown. The California governor, on a long European tour, told Tito he came to Yugoslavia from Italy where he received a medallion from the Pope in Vatican City. Brown, a Roman Catholic, quoted Tito, born a Roman Catholic but now an atheist, as saying, "I also have received a medal from the Pope." Brown said he asked Tito if "we can expect a better international understanding." "World Situation Good" Tito, according to Brown, replied, "Yes, the world situation is good but we can still do much to improve our relations." Residents Leave City in Fear of Gas Explosions EUREKA, Mo. (UPI) - Ten cars of a 20-car Missouri Pacific freight train were derailed in the heart of town Sunday night and some 400 persons were evacuated when authorities learned one of th e cars, carrying propane gas, had sprung a leak. There were no injuries and shortly after midnight the order to allow residents to return to their homes was sounded. One police official said it looked like the train just "broke in the middle." Authorities said it was some time before escaping gas became apparent. When it finally was smelled over the center of the town police began driving through a two-to-three block area with sirens sounding to warn residents to leave their homes. A no smoking order also went out as loud speakers were set up to warn the local citizens. Police said also that several hundred persons living miles from the derailment scene left their homes on the basis of false reports of the possibility of an explosion. Will They Sell? CAGLARI, Sardinia (AP)—Canning experts on this island which gave its name to sardines are trying to find a way to put the little fish on the market in bottles instead of tins. They figure is might boost sales. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS 1 WEEDY SOYBEANS! Cut Your Harvest Loss with Penco DE-FOL-ATE Combine 2 weeks after application. Early harvest reduces field loss. Defoliating drys up those gummy, bothersome weeds. For Details Call Holmes Aerial Sprayers Victoria 879-2075 Market Reports Today New York Stocks NEW YORK (UPD-Stock market midday prices: Admiral 19% Int T&T 50 Aldens 23Vfe Iowa P&L — Allegh Lud 41% Johns-Man 48% Alld Chem 50% Kennecott 73% Alld Strs 53 Kresge 22% Allis Chal 16% Kroger 29% Alum Ltd 24% Lib McN 14% Alcoa 64% Lockhd 36% Am Air 28% Mar Oil 58% ABC Pmt 32V4 Maytag 36% Am Can 45% Min Hnywl 111% Am Cyan 59% Minn Min 64 Am M&F 18% Monsanto 53% Am Mtrs 18% Mont Ward 39% Am T&T 124% Morrell 25% Am Tob 27% Nat Bis 55% Anaconda 49% Nat Can 16% Armour 42% Nat Dairy 65% Atchison 29% Nat Gyps 46% Avco 24% Nat Ld 76 Bendix 52% NYC 22% Beth Stl 31'A No Amn 56% Boeing 32% Nor Pac 48Y4 Borden 63% Nor St Pwr 36Vi Borg War 45% Olin Math 43% Case 9% Outbd M 11% Catplr 44% Pac Tel 33 Celanese 51% Penney 43 Cent Soya 27% Penn RR 20Vi C&NW 32% Pepsi Cola 55% Chi RI 27 Phil Pet 52% Chrysler 63% Piper Air 29 Cities Svc 69% Pure Oil 43% Coca Cola 100% RCA 72>A Colum Gas 30% Rep Stl 39% Comm Ed 52% Revlon 44% Cons Ed 88% Rexall 40 Cont Can 46% Reyn Tob 37% Cont Oil 63% Safeway 61% Deere 63% Schenley 21% Diana 9% Sears 93% Douglas 23% Shell Oil 46% Dow Chem 59% Simmons 43% Du Pont 244 Sinclair 46% Eastman 110% So Pac 37% El Auto Li 27y* Sperry 14% Erie 3% Sq D 45% Firestone 34% Std Bds 72% Flintkt 21% SO Cal 66 Ford Mtrs 52% SO Ind 65% Friden 42% SO NJ 70% Fruehauf 30% SO Ohio 66% Gen Dyna 23% Stude Pack 6% Gen El 81% Swift 39% Gen Fds 84% Texaco 74 Gen Mtrs 73 Texas Inst 82% Gen Tel 26% Un Carb 106% Goodrich 52% Un El 28% Goodyear 37% Un Pac 40% Grant WT 25% Unt Air L 39% Gt Nor 53% Utd Corp 8% Greyhound 44% Utd Fruit 25% Gulf Oil 49% Utd Gas 38% Homestake 52% US Play C 26 Hupp 7 US Rub 49% 111 Cent 55% US Stl 49% III Pwr 39% West Un 28% Inland Stl 43% Wstghs Ab 29% IBM 454 Wstghs El 36 Int Harv 56% Woolworth 70 Int Nick 62% Yng S&T 112% Int Paper 30% Markets at a Glance By United Press International Stocks steady in moderate trading. Bonds mixed. U.S. government bonds firm in quiet trading. American stocks irregular. Midwest stocks steady. Cotton futures steady. Grains in Chicago: Wheat, corn, oats, rye and soybeans mixed. Hogs steady to 25 higher, top 18.00; cattle steady, top 25.75; sheep steady to weak, top 21.50; dressed beef steady, top 43.50; dressed pork loins 50 higher, top 50.50. Hockey player Leonard Keely sat in the Canadian House of Commons as a Toronto Liberal in 1962, according to Britannica Book of the Year. FOR SALE 1362 WINNEBAGO oi 16' TRAVEL TRAILER Sleeps Six, Gas Stove, Oven, Heater, Refrigerator, 28 Gal. Preaiure Water Tank, Electric Brakei. 1 /4 Mile South of Wall Sawmill, Rie. ISO, 7 Mile* North of Galesbura. 342-8214. FOR SALE 1954 FORD V« TON TRUCK. GOOD CONDITION. $300 Phone 289-9355. SAUNA OR STEAM BATHS SWEDISH MASSAGE By Appointment Phone 342-6643 Caletburg Hog Market Galesburg Order Buyer* C. B. A Q. Stockyards Market active, fully steady with Friday. Bulk of eastern shipping hogs, $17-$17.25. Top, $17.50. Quotations: 200-240 $16.75-$17.50 240-260 $16.45-$17.40 260-300 $16.00-$16.95 Sows: 300-500 $12.75-$15.75 Bushnell Livestock Market is active, fully steady. Good 190-280 pounds, $16.50-$17; best 220-240, $17.10-$17.25; SOWS steady, bulking at $13-$16. Tomorrow's Estimates CHICAGO (AP)-(USDA)-Live poultry: wholesale buying prices 1 lower to 1 higher; roasters 22'^24, mostly 23-24; special fed white rock fryers 18-19. Peoria Livestock PEORIA, 111. (AP)-(USDA)Hogs 4,000; 1-2 200-230 lb butchers 17.50-17.75; mixed 1-3 190-270 lbs 17.00-17.50; 1-3 270-400 lb sows 15.00-16.25. -. Cattle 725; choice 1,000-1,300 lb slaughter steers 24.00-24.50; mixed good and choice 875-1,200 lb 23.00-24.00; choice 900-1,050 lb heifers 23.00-23.50; mixed good choice 800-1,000 lbs 21.50-23.00; calves 10; choice vealers 25.0028.00. Sheep 160; mixed good and choice 90-105 lb spring lambs 19.25-21.00; cull to good shorn slaughter ewes 2.00-5.50. Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) (USDA) — Interior Illinois hog prices (State-Federal); Receipts 25,000; 1-3 200-240 lb butchers 16.75-17.25, mostly 17.00-17.25; 1-2 200-230 lbs 17.25-17.50; around 110 head 205-215 lbs expected higher than average yield of lean cuts 17.75-18.00; 1-3 185-200 lbs and 240-270 lbs 16.25-17.00; 1-3 280-350 lb sows 15.00-16.00, few 16.25; 1-3 350-400 lbs 14.00-15.00. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (UPI) — Livestock: Hogs 6,000. steady to 25 higher; No 1-2 200 - 230 lb 17.85-18.00; mixed No 1-3 200-250 lbs 17.5018.00; 180-200 lbs 17.00-17.65; No 2-3 240-280 lbs 17.25-17.50; 280-300 lbs 16.75-17.35. Cattle 13,500, calves 25; slaughter steers steady; heavier weights slow and about steady; heifers active and steady. Cows and bulls steady. Steers: high choice and prime, 1100-1300 slaughter steers 25.50-25.75; bulk high choice and prime 1300-1400 lbs 24.75- 25.50; bulk choice 900-1250 24.75- 25.50; good 900 - 1250 lbs 22.50-24.25; standard and low good 20.50-22.25; few loads high choice with an end of prime 900-975 lb heifers 24.75; choice 800-1100 lbs 23.50 - 24.50; firsts 22.25-23.25. Sheep 500, spring slaughter lambs steady to weak; choice and prime spring slaughter lambs 21.50; good and choice 19.50-21.00. FOR SALE 3 Formali, Wedding Gown with Veil. Set of Spinner*. '61 Impala Convertible. Come After S 547 N. Cedar FOR SALE New Idea Corn Picker Used 2 Seasons ERNEST LINK DeLong, 111. TR 5-3896 SCHOOLYARD SALE Immaculate Heart of Mary Church End of North Broad St. Tuesday AUGUST 20 9 Hil ?? RAIN or SHINE Baby items, winter clothes, dishes, antiques, jewelry, toys, appliances, furniture. 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 Oaletburg Grain Market Consumers Grain » Supply Co. llsOS P. M. Corn (old) $1.21 Corn (new) $1.00 Oats 60c Soybeans (old) $2.44 Soybeans (new) $2.35 Deforest Feed ft Seed Co. Wheat $1.88 Corn $1.18 Oats 60c Soybeans $2.45 Grain Future* CHICAGO (AP)-Moderate selling weakened soybean futures but the grains held steady to firm today on the Board of Trade. Most of the weakness in soybeans was in the August, delivery on which trading ends Wednesday. The offerings were described as liquidation. Brokers said there appeared to be Little willingness to accept delivery on contracts in view of the expected record yield this year and with the harvest now only a few weeks away. Wheat was % to % cent a bushel higher, September $1.8014; corn y§ to % lower, September $1.21%; oats unchanged to % higher, September 63 cents; rye Ya to % higher, September $1.27 %; soybeans unchanged to V/B lower, August $2.56y 2 . 1.80% 1.80 1.86V 2 1.85 7 / 8 1.89% 1.88 7 / 8 1.85 1.83% 1.58% 1.56 1.60% 1.58 1.60% 1.58 Chicago Grain CHICAGO (API- High Low Wheat Sep Dec Mai- May Jul 1964 Sep Corn Sep Dec Mar May Jul Oats Sep Dec Mar May Rye Sep Dec Mar May Jul Range Prev. Close close 1.80% 1.80 1.86'A 1.85% I.891 /4 1.89 1.84% 1.83% 1.5814 1.56 1.22% 1.21% 1.12% 1.11% 1.15% 1.14% 1.17% 1.17% 1.19% 1.19% .63% .66% .68% .68% .62% .66% .68% 1.27% 1.26% 1.31% 1.30% 1.34% 1.33% 1.33V4 1.32% 1.28% 1.27% 1.21% 1.22% 1.12% 1.12% 1.15% 1.15% 1.17% 1.17% 1.19% 1.19% .62% .62% .66% .66% .68% .68% .68% .68% 1.27 1.27% 1.31% 1.30% 1.34% 1.33% 1.33 1.32% 1.28 1.27% Soybeans Aug. Sep Nov Jan Mar May Jul 2.57% 2.56% 2.54% 2.53% 2.53% 2.52 2.56% 2.55% 2.59% 2.58% 2.62% 2.60% 2.62% 2.61% 2.56% 2.54% 2.52% 2.56% 2.59% 2.61% 2.62% 2.57% 2.54% 2.52% 2.56% 2.58% 2.61% 2.62% Mound City, near Chillicothe, Ohio, is one of the strangest of Mound Builders work. It has 25 conical mounds on a 60-acre tract. WINTER IS COMING- DON'T WAIT Electrical Repairs. General Home Repairs, Yard Work, Painting. Reasonable and Honeit Worker. Phone 343-2913. MIXED HAY WANTED Call or »ee— Bill Bowen. care Werthelmer Cattle Co.. Inc.— CBfcO STOCKYARDS Galesburg. 111.—Tel. 343-5612 Chicago Cash Oraint CHICAGO (AP) - Wheat No 1 red 1.84%; No 2 red 1.84%-%. Corn No 1 yellow 1.30%; No 2 yellow 1.30%; No 4 yellow 1.28%; No 5 yellow 1.26%. Oats No 1 heavy white 67%; No 2 extra heavy white 67%; No 3 white 62. Soybeans No 2 yellow 2.59%. Soybean oil 8% n. Pinal Grain Review CHICAGO (AP) - Trade was rather slow and largely speculative today with most grain futures contracts working toward firmness on the Board of Trade. The weakness most of the time was limited to September corn and August soybeans. Carlot receipts today were estimated at: wheat 35 cars, corn 259, oats 17, rye 9, barley 69, soy. beans 48. Wheat closed %-2% cents a bushel higher, September $1.80%%; corn % lower to % higher, September $1.22-21%; oats unchanged to % lower, September 62% cents; rye % lower to % higher, September $1.27; soybeans % lower to % higher, August $2.57-56%. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market held a small gain as trading slackened early this afternoon. Volume for the day was estimated at 3.7 million shares compared with 4.16 million Friday. Gains of key stocks ran from fractions to about a point but there was a liberal sprinkling of losers. Rails responded with a cautious advance to news of the arbitration agreement in the rail labor dispute but the possibility of a strike Aug. 29 still remained. Illinois Central was up more than a point. The Milwaukee Road, Santa Fe and Southern Pacific were among fractional gainers. A one-point gain by Chrysler was the only move of conse- ORANGE CHAPEL ICE (REAM SOCIAL FRIDAY, AUG. 23. 1963 Start Serving 5:30 P.M. Homemade Ice Cream, Cake, Pie, Sandwiches, Pop, Tea, Coffee. STUMP CUTTING Mar cost Jest than you think to get rid of that unsightly •tump. Call DeWAYNE JOHNSON EXCAVATING Phone 342-0616 Backyard & Rummcge Sales, etc. Must be in our office 12 neon day before ad runs. Call 342-5161 Display Advertising Dept. Galesburg Register-Mail ROYAL SEPTIC TANKS REINFORCED CONCRETE SEWAGE DISPOSAL WITHOUT SEWERS Manufactured by Galesburg Vault Co. 240 West Main Phone 342-2412 Per Annum Payable Semiannually Investments by the 15th Earn from the First with Insured Safety sssV i 250 EAST MAIN ST. quefice among the major autr) stocks. Among the more widely -moving issues, Control Data was up mote than 1, IftM 2» Xerox 3 of so and Polaroid more than 4. Gains of about a point were made by Merck, National Air Lines, Korvette and Eastman Kodak. Steels were unchanged to easy. Oils, airlines and tobaccos were mixed. Nonferrous metals were irregularly lower. Prices on the American Stock Exchange were generally higher. U.S. government and corporate bond prices were irregularly higher. Chicago Produce CHICAGO (UPI) - Produce: Live poultry roasters 22V4 -24, mostly 23-24; special fed White Rock fryers 18-19. Cheese five pound processed loaf 39-44; brick 39-43%; single daisies 41-44%; long horns 42-43; 40 pound blocks 38%-41; Swiss Grade A 50-55; B 49-53; C none reported. Butter steady; 93 score 57 3 A; 92 score 57 3 /4; 90 score 56%; 89 score 55%. Eggs steady; white large extras 34; mixed large extras 34; mediums 25%; standards 30. Eggs and Poultry Red Rowe, Hatchery Knoxville Road, Galesburg Large clean Eggs 22c Under grade Eggs 16c Leghorn Hens 3c Heavy Hens 7c Dow Jones Averages NEW YORK (UPD-Dow Jones 1 p.m. CDT stock averages: 30 Indus . 720.40 up 1.08 20 rails 176.76 up 0.45 15 utils 144.03 unch. 54 stocks 260.74 up 0.37 fcOTO-ROOTtft FOR CLOGGED SlWERS. A DRAINS Don't Dig Up Your Sewer Call 343-6913 - or Phone 342-6430 a. a. a. PI p. a. a. Transportation Departure* Effective April M ALL SCH1DULM DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME StttUnttoft. «*«!*•»« 8 Fast Mall .MM.-MMMJAB a. 80 AKSafBeh •• 10 Denver Zephyr —-~7:82 a. 2 LDCal a. 18 California Zephyf —if*! P 3 to Omaha, JUnoola —1:48 65 to Kansas Ciif —-..l-oj 7 to Denver — -.*«.-*«»*3:M 35 to Kansas City--- 3*0 11 to Omaha, Lincoln —3:10 17 to California .—«*— 9}& 1 to Denver -.8:83 Santa re, Eattfeettid 20 ChleJ -4:40 16 Texas Chief .6:40 18 Super Chief- El capitan* —-11:10 a. 2 S.F. Chief* .————11 :*B a. 124 Grand Canyon —.——2:20 p. 12 Chlcagoan ——8:60 p. Santa Fa, watttoan* 9 K. C. Chief —---2:39 a. 19 Chief - -—12:55 p. 123 Grand Canyon —.3:20 p. 1 S.P. Chief* .—2 :05 p. 15 Texas Chief — —.8:58 p. 17 Super Chief- El Capitan* ,«...i0'.25 p. *—Flagstop Oiark. Northbound Flight 140 to Chicago* — — 8:53 a. 64 to Chicago* -—-j.—4:45 p. Otark, Southbound 141 to St. Louis " 12:28 143 to St. Louis — 9:01 •—Except Sunday ••—Except Saturday BUS SCHEDULES Westbound To West Coast — 6:30 a. To West Coast „—.-1:20 p. To West Coast —.9:45 p. Eaitbound To East Coast _— ..12:01 p. To East Coast . .. ...... 800 p. Southbound To St. Louis —10:00 a. Northbound To Davenport .. 9 50 p. P. P- tn. m. m. m. m. m, m. m. m, m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. m. To Peoria To Peoria ——1:15 p. m. ————835 p. m. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! COMPLETE TREE REMOVAL fully insured — Free Estimates POWER STUMP REMOVAL OLSON'S TREE SERVICE Call Collect — Trojan 8-3103 Ollson, 111. Galesburg, 111. — 343-3334 TERMITES ) Free Inspection > FHA Time Payment HANSEN LUMBER CO. 342-5185 CLOSING OUT SALE I will hold • Closing Out Sale at farm located 2 miles North of Williamsfleld then 2 miles East on winding road or 1 mile Northwest of Elmore on Thurs., Aug. 22, 1963 At I O'clock Sharp. CATTLE: 8 Head of Guernsey cows ranging in age from" 2 to 7 yrs. old and 7 head are in production. 5 of these cows are Registered. HOGS: 55 Head Hampshire feeder pigs. MACHINERY: 1941 Oliver 70 Tractor on rubber, F-20 tractor on rubber, this tractor in A-l condition, Case 8' disc, Case 10' disc, 4-sec. harrow, Oliver 2 row cultivator, IHC 25 V mower, Kewanee 30' elevator, rubber tire gear w/new rack, iron whel wagon & box, IHC manure spreader small size, old plow, several small gates, side rake, Woods Bros, corn picker, stock tank w/1 hog drink, hog waterer, 200 gal. water hauling tank. FEED: 900 bales more or less alfalfa hay w/sprinkle of clover, all 3 cuttings. 150 bales more or less straw. MILKING EQUIPMENT: IHC 60 can milk cooler, small elec. water heater, 2 bucket Rite-Way milking machine complete. Cream sep- erator. Few small items too numerous to mention. TERMS: CASH. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. GENE SMITH, Owner Auctioneers: Lewis G. Marks and Michael E. Marks. Walt Lindahl. Clerk. PUBLIC FARM AUCTION As I have no further need for the following described property I will sell it without minimum or reservation at my residence located 3 miles south and 2 west of Raritan, or 7 miles north of Blandinsville or about 8 miles southeast of Stroughurst, III. on Wednesday, August 21, 1963 Starting at 12:30 p.m. Machinery & Equipment IHC 560 tractor (1959 model); No. 16 IHC 4-H bottom plow (1959); No. 37 IHC 44 blade disc (1959) good; IHC metal wagon with 5 ton hoist; % ton Jeep truck with stock rack (motor just overhauled); a No. 30 Dodge Grainivator (good); John Deere 20-hole grain drill with grass attachment; Western Bearcat 10 ft. Culti- mulcher (hydraulic transport) very good; Fox silage blower; Martin 3,000 bu. metal corn crib with aerovent fan; Walk-Thru cattle sprayer (new); Ford cultivator (2-row, 3pt. hitch); Ford rotary hoe (3 pt. hitch); Ford 2-bottom plow; Brillion packer (to pull behind 4-bottom plow; 2-wheel trailer; 8 x 14 Machinery transport trailer with winch and tilt platform; Graham Hoeme field cultivator (11 ft., can extend to 15'); IHC Fertilizer spreader; IHC side delivery rake; 7V2 hp electric motor, single phase; Wire- power generator, tractor driven, 4500 watt with plug-in; Double- throw switch fuse box and meter base for use with above generator; 15-bushel PTO oat seeder; PTO drive grass seeder; IHC oat seeder; Hog feeders, Hog waterers; Feed house on runners; Quantity of picket fencing; Several water tanks; Window sash of various sizes; Corn Crib aerator tubes; feed bunks; Several sets of tractor chains; silage feeders; 4,000 gallon wooden water storage tank, 10 x 10; Kerosene lamps for hog waterers; 30 gallon oil lubester; 25 lb. grease gun; Hay fork; V* hp F & W jet water pump; Wheel barrow; Several 7 ft. IHC mower sickles and 1 bar; Pump jack; Pig hover; Gas pumps; Belt drive for IHC tractor; Tractor seats; cultivator seats; cultivator shields; Radiator shutters; Windrower canvas (JD 12'); Used sink. Many miscellaneous hand tools. 250 - Head of Hogs - 250 Art Lescher will sell 250 head of mixed Hampshire and Hybrid Shoats averaging from 60 to 130 lbs. and will be sorted uniformly. Hogs are vaccinated for cholera and erysipelas. TERMS: Cash NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS HOWARD A. SMITH, Owner AUCTIONEER: Col. Elmer Lee Harden — Phone Raritan 796-2430 CLERK: Bob Caldwell Bank of Strongburst, CASHIER —LUNCH WILL BE SERVED—

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