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22 Gdlisburg Register*Mai I, Golesburg, Tuesdoy, May 22, 1973 Market Reports Today | Ntw York Stettrt NEW YORK (UPI) - Stock market midday prices: Q ALE5BURG ORDER BUYERS R «rniigt «B Nwftera Stockyards Market* 25c lower. No. 1*2;-, 200-23*". i3?.2S-$37.50 Quotations: No. 1-3: 200430 $37.00437.25 No. 14: 230-260 $36.00437.00 No. 2-3: 260-300 $34.25436.00 Packing Sows: steady. $31.50433.00 CHICAGO STOCKYARDS ATKINSON MARKET -HOGSVolume: 2,300. ButcHfeFTrend: under 240 pounds 25c lower and over 240 pounds 25-SOc lower. No. 1-2: 200-225 r $38.50439.00 No. 2H\ 190-240 $37.75438.50 240-270 $36.50438.00 280-300 ....$35.25436.00 Sow Trend: 25c lower. 300-500 $33.50434.50 —CATTLE— Volume: 350. Market Trends: Steers: strong to 50c higher. Heifers: strong, 50-75c higher. Slaughter Steers: Choice 950-1150 $45.50447.00 1150-1300 $45.00446.75 Mixed Good and Choice 950-1300 $43.50445.00 Slaughter Heifers: Choice 900-1050 $44.50-$46.20 Mixed Good and Choice 800-1000 $43.00445.50 Cows: Utility and Commercial ...$30.00433.00 Cutters $27.00430.00 Canners $24.00427.00 Bulls: Utility and Commercial $36443.50. May Jly Aug Feb Mar May Chicago Grain Rango CHICAGO (UPI)-Wheat and soybeans were substantially higher and corn irregularly lower at noon today on the Chicago Board of Trade. Prices at Noon Wheat 2.79% up 10 Jly Sep, Dec Jly Sep Dec Jly Aug Sep Nov 2.77% up 7% 2.78% up 10 Corn 1.89V4 off VB 1.82% off 2% 1.78% off % Soybeans 8.78 up 20 8.17% up 20 6.61% Up 20 5.16 up 20 Moreantllo txctiing* CHICAGO (UPI)—Futures today on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange: High Low Close Prev. Live Beef Cattle Jun 47.1$ 46.45 47.10 46.62 Aug 46.70 46.17 46.70 46.27 Oct 46.40 45.07 46.40 46.20 Dec 46.46 46.05 46.37 46.20 Feb 46.50 46.17 46.40 46.20 Apr 46.00 45.75 45.97 45.70 Jun 45.75 45.75 45.75 45.60 Live Hogs Jun 38.95 38.52 38.65 38.75 Jly 39.25 38.75 38.90 39.20 Aug 38.60 36.02 36.30 38.20 Oct 37.40 36.90 37.25 37.10 Dec 37.65 37.07 37.50 37.40 Feb 37.90 37.52 37.65 37.60 Apr 36.00 35.60 36.70 35.90 Jun 36.30 36.15 36.30 36.25 Jly 36.20 36.10 36.10 36.25 Frozen Pork Bellies 57.10 56.10 56.97 56.62 57.10 56.05 56.96 56.60 56.30 55.25 56.30 55.95 55.55 54.52 55.35 55.25 55.00 54.25 54.95 54.90 54.70 54.70 Pooria Livestock PEORIA, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 100; insufficient volume to establish market; choice steers 46.00-46.25; good and choice 44.7546.00; 1 load choice heifers 45.50. Hogs 3,000; moderately active; very uneven and weak to 25, instances 50 lower; No 1-2 200-240 lb 38.75-39.00; No 1-3 200250 lb 38.00-38.75; No 2-3 220-260 37.00, 280-320 lb 35.00-36.00. Joliet Livestock JOLIET, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 300; active; steers and heifers steady on limited volume; 1 load choice steers 47.25; standard and good holsteins 41.50; choice steers 45.50-46.25. Hogs 500; fairly active; steady to weak; No 1-2 200-230 lb 38.75-39.00; No 1-3 210-260 lb 37.75-38.75; No 2-4 270-290 lb 36.50-37.00. Wednesday's estimated receipts 2,000 cattle, 800 hogs. Admiral 9% AlldChem 32% Alld Mills 15% Alld Strs 24% Allis Chal 8% Alcoa 59% Am Air 14% Am Can 31% Am Cyan 23 Inland Stl 29% IBM 390 Int Harv 26% Int Nick 27% Int Paper 37% Int TAT 33% Iowa P&L 22% Johns-Mn 20% Kennecott 23% AmElPwr 25% Keys Cons 14 Am Mtrs 7 Am T&T 51% Anaconda 17% Ashl Oil 24% Atl Rich 80% Avco 9% Bea Fds 22% Bendix 36 Beth Stl 27% Boeing 18 Borden 21 Cap C Bdg 42 Catplr 60% Celanese 31% Cen II Lt 21% Cen Tel 21 Cessna 22% Chrysler 27% Cities Svc 44 Coca Cola 132 Kresge 36% Kroger 16% Lib McN 4% Litton 6% Lockhd 5% Mar Oil 28% Maytag 26% Merck 88 Minn Min 79% Mobil Oil 60 Monsanto 50% Nat Bis 42 Olin Corp 14% Outbd M 35% Owens-Ill 32% Penn Cen 2% Penney 79% Pepsi Cola 83 Pfizer 40 Phil Pet 45% Comsat 46% Cons Ed 23% Cont Can 27% Cont Oil 28% CPC Intl 29% Dana 33 Deere 39% Du Pont 171% Eastman 127 Exxon 83% Falstaff 4 Firestone 20 Ford Mtrs 57% Std Bds 52 Fruehauf 27% Stvns JP 26 Gam Sko 26% Gen Dyna 17% Gen El 57 Gen Fds 23% Gen Mtrs 67% Gen Tel 28 Gen Tire 18% Goodrich 21 Goodyear 25% Greynnd 14% Gulf Oil 23% 111 Cent 19 111 Pwr 29 READ THE WANT ADS! BASEMENT SALE 149 S. Ivan Ave. WED., MAY 23 9 a.m. . 3 pan. Dishes, lamps, drapes, furniture, toys, adults & children clothing & misc. items. GARAGE SALE WED.. MAY 23 — AU Day 1371 E. Dayton Corner of Russell & Dayton A. litUe bit of everything including a 1965 Mercery, runs good, $100. Bee keepers, a bargain in a honey extractor, crafts 8c misc. Items. Treasury Accounts WASHINGTON (UPI) Treasury accounts for the fiscal year through May 7: Withdrawals $245,932,557,574.50 Deposits 216,738,650,635.84 Cash balance 11,137,721,926.89 Public debt 454,091,258,849.15 ANNUAL BACKYARD SALE 792 S. ACADEMY WEDNESDAY, MAY 23 t—2:30 (Cancelled In Case of Rain) EVERGREENS YEW TREES PIN OAKS 343-2782 126 S. FARNHAM ST. GARAGE SALE Rain or Shin* 1546 North Cedar Street WEDNESDAY, MAY 23 I un. to S p.m. Hoover sweeper, pie cupboard, dishes pottery, furniture, antiques, you name it. GARAGE SALE 1178 MAPLE AVE. WEDNESDAY, MAY 23 9 a.m. — ? Light fixture, traverse rods, range hood, bike, clothes, toys, nie nacs & misc. WANTED Roofing, Siding and) Cement Work Reasonable Price* Phone 289-4630 or 289-2821 S FAMILY GARAGE SALE 218 DUFFIELD TUES. EVE.. MAY 22 — 5-1 WED., MAY 23 — 1-5 Tools, clothing for everyone, dishes, antiques, a very old antique dinner bell. Open Every Wednesday NEW SPRING ITEMS Wataga Congregational THRIFT SHOP MEW ITEMS EACH WEEK Old North School Basement •urd » - 'Bra oi Our termite m inspection is on the house. SIDING ALL TYPES FOR LESS ALUMINUM • STEEL e VINYL WHY PAY TOO MUCH? We will btal arty LegilLmaJi; price* including' Sale Price! CALL COLLECT (309)342-5758 OR MAIL COUPON PREMIUM 30 DISTRIBUTORS I BOX 329 " Gaksburg, III. 61401 Gentlemen: Send me mort Information on riding for my house: Name Address Town - g Phone ---| We've beenfighting termites for 40 years. And finding them. Unfortunately, you may have termites now. We can let you know with an inspection that'eithorough, dependable and free. If we find you do have ter- JUiteS/ we 'll get rid of them With our professional and inexpensive process. Just call us: 342-4137. Well make sure your world doesn't come crashing in on you. M * r <AM «Tia** > ' < SIMPSON-POWELSON LUMBER CO. lit 9. PxtliU Burlington Northern Stockyards B&B CATTLE CO. Monmouth, III. Ph. (309) 734-5181 AT THE YARDS 150 Hd. Angus & Angus W.F. steers, avg. wt. 525 lbs. 90 Hd. Angus & Angus W.F. steers, avg. wt. 460 lbs. 70 Hd. Angus & Angus W.F. heifers, avg. wt. 675 lbs. 55 Hd. Angus & Angus W.F. heifers, avg. wt. 550 lbs. 75 Hd. Angus & Angus W.F. heifers, avg. wt. 430 lbs. MIKE BRENNAN 734-3106 JOHN WEAVER 734-5426 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. GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL DISPLAY ADV. — Phone 343-7181 Grain Future* CHICAGO (UPI) - Grain rdnfe: High Low time PMV. Wheat Jiy Sep Dec Maf Corn Jly Sep Dec Mar May-74 Oats Jly Colum Gas 29% Procter G 97% Comm Ed 32% Quak Oat 35% RCA 24% Rep Stl 25% Revlon 58 Safeway 31Y4 St. Regis 37% SanFelnd 23 Sears 93% Shell Oil 46% Simmons 20*4 So Pac 30 SO Ind 88 Sperry 36% Stude 42% Texaco 35% Tex Inst 188 Un Carb 38 Un El Wa Utd Corp 8Yt US Gyps 21% US Stl 30% West Un 24% Wsitghs El 32% Weyerh .56% Woolwrth 21 279% 270 279% 269% 277% 270 277% 267% 278% 270 278% 268% 277% 270% 277% 267% 194% 185% 189% 189% 190V4 181 185% 185V4 184% 175% 179% 178% 186 ^4 177 182 180% 187 177% 182 181 (old( lWt 98% 100% 101V4 Oats (new) Jly 104 98% 101% 101 Sep 107 100% 105 103% Dec 108% 102 105% 105'i Soybeans Jly 878 878 878 858 Aug 817% 817% 817% 797% Sep 661% 656 661% 641% Nov 516 508 516 496 ' Jan 515% 506 515% 495% Mar 515% 509 515% 495% May-74 515% 508 515% 495% Dow Jonas Avoragot NEW YORK (UPI) - Dow Jones 1:00 p.m. stock averages: 30 indus 896.68 up 10.17 20 trans 165.24 up 2.91 15 utils 105.73 up 0.51 65 stocks 277.01 up 3.21 Complete Course MONMOUTH - Capt. Kenneth Wallace, Cpl. William Sage, Cpl. Mickey Tinder, and Det. William Haptonstall recently completed a 40-hour session at the Police Training Institute at the University of Illinois at Champaign. Chief Harold Tinder said today that the four men were given intensive instructions in narcotics law enforcement, investigation and identification. Marietta at a Olanct By United Press International Stocks higher in active trad tag. Bonds slightly higher. U.S. government bonds slightly higher in quiet trading. American stocks higher in active trading. Cotton futures lower. Chicago grain futures mostly higher. Cattle trade steady on limited volume; top 847.25. Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - Interior hogs: Estimated receipts 24,000; Monday's actual 18,000 extremely uneven, fully 25-50 lower, demand only fair; No 1-2 200-230 lb 37.50-37.75, few mostly early 38.00; No 1-3 200-235 lb 37.0037.50, some late 36.75-37.00, few 36.50; No 1-3 230-250 lb 36.2537.25; No 2-3 250-270 lb 35.5036.25. GALESBURG GRAIN MARKET Consumer Grain & Supply Co. Market may either go up or down by 1:30 p.m. when final bid arrives. 11:30 o'clock bid. No. 2 Corn (old) $1.85 New Corn $1.64 No. 1 Beans (old) ....$8.98 New .$4.94 Stocks Move Higher, Sales Fairly Active NEW YORK (UPI) - A technical rebound carried the list higher today in fairly active trading on the New York Stock Exchange. Shortly before noon, the Dow Jones industrial average had gained 4.97 to 891.48. Advances were ahead of declines, 855 to 414, among 1,635 issues across the tape. Two hour volume totaled about 8,200,000 shares, around the same as Monday. Analysts said the market was due for an advance, if only a moderate one, after its protracted decline. Rollins, Inc. led the actives, up % to 18 on 130,000 shares. American Telephone & Telegraph Co. warrants were second, and rose % to %V* on turnover of 86,300. Pittaton Co. followed, and gained % to 27 on 76,300 shares. Veto Offshore Industrie! paced Hie actives, supping % to 21% on W,fl» aha**. Tele- prompter was mm, unchanged at 15% on 49,100 shares, and TWA warrants were third, up % to 10% on 44,300 traded. Redman Industries dipped 2%. The company said it lost $765,000 in the fourth quarter ended March 31, against a profit of $1.8 million the same period last year. International Business Ma* chines Jumped 3%. The comput* er giant said it introduced a high-speed document processor for use by banks. Glamors were strong, led by Xerox up 3%, ARA Services 2, FOR SALE 1972 % Ton Chevy TRUCK A CAMPER 109 W. MAIN E. Galesburg Chicago Produce CHICAGO (UPI) - M|dwest eggs: Market strong, prices up 1 to 3; extra large 54 up 3; large 53 up 2; medium 50 up 1; pullets 39 up 2; standard 48 up 2; checks 37 up 2. CHICAGO (UPI)-Gheese: Processed loaf 70.^5-80.50; single daisies 77 - 81.75; Swiss blocks 80-100 lb Grade A 8992.50; B 87-90.50. OARAGE SALE 1420 RUSSELL AVE. WEDNESDAY, May 13rd S A.M. - 4 P.M. Clothing, women's sizes 9 thru 16, also 20>i & 22Va, some men's clothing. Also shoes, jewelry, |ames, books, trombone, cornet, Garage Sale 2022 Nawcomer Dr. WEDNESDAY, MAY 23 »-? Bed, bookshelves, carpet, clothing, lots of misc. items. Waitress Wonted Part Time or Foil Time Apply in Person MARTIE'S 57 S. CHERRY ST. PAINTING INTERIOR and EXTERIOR FREE ESTIMATES FULLY INSURED R. W. La Rose PAINTING INC. (Formerly with B. W. Andarion) Phone 342-7129 YARD SALE 57 W. CARL SANDBURG TUES. lhru THURS. May 22-24 — 10 «.m.-J p.m. Handmade craft items, wardrobes, ironing board, old telephone, dishes, glassware, children's toys 8t books, many brand new tools, play pen and other baby furniture, shelves, 2 rm. size Reed rugs & misc. Front Porch Sole 718 N. PRAIRIE Wed., May 23 - 9-8 Boys clothing size 4 to 10, girls clothing size 2 to 4, ladies clothing 12 thru 14, baby clothing, car seat and misc. items. FOR SALE 14 Ft. Fishing Boat Clear Fiber Glass Ilerter Model $250.00 Can Be Seen At 981 Dayton Ct. Alter 5 P .M. Avon Pttducto 1, Mid Upjohn ltt. Computers and electronics were mostly higher. Sperry Rand gained ltt, Texas Instruments 1, and General Electric 1. Superior Oil rose Stt, Phillips Petroleum 1, but Getty lost m. Among higher chemicals were Eastman Kodak up IV4, Dow ltt, and Allied Chemical lVt. Jones & Laughlin Steel gained 1, and other steel* rose in fractions. Airlines, motors, alrcrafts and rails posted small gains. Prices on the American Stock Exchange picked up ground in moderately active trading. Operating Engineers Lecal Ne. 64? APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM The Operating Engineers lecal #44t Apprenticeship and Training Committee is taking applications for Ap* prentices from May 14,197S through June 13,1978 at the Union office, 404 N. State Street, Peeria, llllnolt, between the hours of 9:00 A.M. and 9:00 P.M. Monday through Friday. The basic requirements for applicants are as followst 1. Age limit — 18 to 25 year (28 for veterans or previous 1 work experience. 2. High school graduate or G.E.D. 3. A1P applicants must be a resident of the Jurisdictional area of Local #649. 4. Physically able to perform the work of the trade. 5. Not convicted of a felony (an affidavit from a local law enforcement officer may be required). HEWLEE McCORMICK, Chairman J .A .C. Local #«4» Operating Engineers REAL ESTATE WANTED TO SELL I need farms, any size, large or small. Can Get Market Value Financing Available Call for Appointment — LEO F. HAGER Altona — 484-5993 AuctlonMr-AppralMr Broker SALESMAN ANDY HORN 342-1738 For Sale WOODED MOBILE HOMESITE! </4 to 1 Acre in Six* All Utilities Included. PH. 375-6712 WATAGA, ILL. Production Supervisor 1. Direct the work of Production Employees. 2. Responsible for Production, Quality, Safety, Training, Record Keeping, Plant Keeping and Employee Relations in the Department. 3. College Degree or Industrial Supervisory Experience Required. 4. Excellent Starting Salary and Fringe Benefits. 5. Permanent Position with Expanding Company. 6. Opportunity for Advancement. 7. Night Shift. APPLY PERSONNEL OFFICE GATES RUBBER CO. Employment "An Equal Opportunity Employer" WANTED TO BUY Scrap Copper, Brass, Radiators, Batteries, Aluminum, Lead, Starters & Generators, Electric Motors. Highest Prices Paid CaU Harold BatM or Bud Pack Midway Metals 342-1148 Knoxville Road, Galesburg, El. WARREN COUNTY LIVESTOCK AUCTION SALES, INC. LIVESTOCK AUCTION EVERY* THURSDAY STARTING PROMPTLY AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON GARALD B. FISHER, MANAGER Phones: The Barn: 734-2916 Garald Fisher 734-6611 Marvin Haase 734-3937 Advance Listings For THURSDAY, MAY 24th 18 Choice steers and heifers light weight. 25 Choice steers wt. ifoom 450 to 600 lbs. 29 Choice steers end heifers wt. from 600 to 750 lbs. 30 Ohioce Angus steers wit. around 800 lbs. 120 Black Poland cross shoats wt. around 85 lbs. 200 Mixed stoats wt. from 45 to 60 lbs. . 14 Large mixed gits and 2 second litter sows bred to Hamp. to farrow in 4 to 6 weeks. Warren County Livestock Auction, Inc. MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS Locatod 2 milos north of Monmouth on Rout* U.S. 67 Phones: The Barn, 734-2916 Marvin Haase, 734-3937 Area Code 309 Garald B. Fisher, 7344611 NIGHT AUCTION Electric Golf Cart — Furniture — Boat A Motor — Tools CORBIN'S DISCOUNT FURNITURE STORE 565 North West Street Thursday, May 24th 7 P.M. FURNITURE — Modern sofa, maple chat bench, swivel rocker, TV chair, desk, rug & pads, upright sweeper, round mahogany lamp table, commode, limed oak 8-pc. dining room suite consisting of drop leaf extension table, buffet, 6 chairs, dishes & brie brae, 3 -pc. limtd oak bedroom suite, double dr.ner & Mirror, panel bed, chest drawers, spring It mattress, 3 \ Hollywood bed complete, Mayfair stereo tape player with speakers, apt. size refrigerator, 30" coronado gas range with visidor oven, 5-pc. Bronztone dinette set, Whirlpool automatic washer, automatic washer, Admiral stainless steel oven & range top, G.E. floor scrubber (never used) BBQ grill, kitchen table &c 4 chairs, small electric appliances, Maytag wringer type washer with a stainless steel tub, Alum Craft V type 12 foot boat, like new Johnson 5',i HP outboard motor with 6 gal. auxiliary tank, pull type golf cart, set of Wilson golf clubs, bag, balls Sc T r s, 24 volt Victor Electric Golf Cart, charger, extra tires tc tubes (new), glass door bath tub enclosure, Eclipse Parkhound self propelled 21" reel type mower, good condition, 20""Emerson Fan, 4 steel lawn chairs, chaise loungers, 2 rolls 18" edging fence, roe hoe, edging hand clipper, lots of small hand tools, Danish modern davenport and chair, 5-pc. deluxe drop leaf dinette, metal card tables, lots of misc. mdse. including cement blocks. CORBIN'S AUCTION SERVICE — 343-3033 Aucxirneers: COOK & WOODS Clerk: DELENE COOK This is an exceptionally nice sale and must be seen to be appreciated. The boat and Golf cart can be seen all day Thursday for your inspection. ALWAYS CALL CORBINS FOR YOUR AUCTION — 343-9033 FRANCS 1865 N. Henderson BACK All Kinds of Odds & Ends SAVINGS UP TO 80% Drive Around To Back Lot Sale From 10 to 5 WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY Sweepers - Floor Polishers - Radios Pictures, Plaques, Lamps - Rug Remnants Many Other Misc. Items

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