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3£ HI... Wednesday, May23, 1973 Market Reports Today SALE81UR0 OUDKR BUYERS M 25 and MM; No 1-3 200-240 BsTfffsjttil NMHitrD Stockyard! lb 37.25-3t.7S; No 2*3 250-280 lb Market: $1 tower. No. 1-2. 200-230 .... Quotations: No. 1-3: 200-230 .... No. 1-3: 230-200 .... No. 2-3: 280-300 .... .$36.25436.50 $36.00436.25 $35.00-$36.00 $33.25435.00 Packing Sows: 50c lower. $31.00-$32.50 Ptoria Ltvettock PEORIA, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 800; very active; steers •25-50 higher; heifers 25 to mostly 50, instances 75 higher; cows strong to 50 higher; 1 load choice and prime steers 47.75; choice 46.25-47.25; good and choice 45.00-46.25; good 43.2545.00; holsteins 43.00; 1 load Standard holsteins 41.50; high choice and prime heifers 47.0047.25; choice 44.75-46.25; good 'and choice 43.50 • 44.75; good 41.5043.50. ' Hogs 4,700; fairly active; 501.00 lower; No 1-2 200-230 lb, some to 190 lb 37.75-38.00, few NEW LOAD OF FLOWERS BLOOMING GERANIUMS 36.50-37.25, 290-200 lb 35.50-36 .50. 200-300 lb 34.50*35.50, few 300-330 lb 34.00-34.60 Intarlor Hog Priett SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - Interior hogs: Estimated receipts 16,000; Tuesday's actual 28,000; 75-1.00 lower; demand fair; No 1-2 200230 lb 36.75-37.00; No i-3 200-235 lb mostly 36.50-36.75, some 36.25, few 36.00; No 1-3 230-250 lb 35.50-36.50; No 2-3 250-270 34.75-35.75. lb 49c A up Petunias, Verbena, Snaps, Ageratum, Marigold, etc. St. Louis Livestock ST. LOUIS (UPI)-Livestock: Hogs 5,000, 75 to 1.00 lower, No 1-2 200-240 lb 38.00-39.50; No 1-3 200-240 lb 37.50-38.00. OattJe 500, not enough slaughter steers or heifers tor test; steers choice 950-1,100 lb 45.5045.75; miked good and choice 44.50-45.50; good 42.0044.50; heifers choice 750-950 lb 43.25-44.50; mixed good and choice 42.5043.25. Sheep 50. ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Missouri produce: Consumer grade eggs A large 42-52, medium 39-49, small 31-43, B large 38-49. Ice-packed broilers and fryers 43-44.50 for this week's delivery. St. Louis produce: Wholesale grade eggs A large 28-36, standard 22-26, medium 26-34, unclassified 8-10, pullets 20-25. OALESBURO GRAIN MARKEt Consumer Grain A Sapply Co. Market m«y «ither to up 6t dowfi by 1:30 p.m. when final bid flrrivfeB. 11:90 O'clock bid. No, 2 corn (Old) $1 .86 New Corn, .....$l .6« No. l Beans (old) .„,.$fc\23 New ...$5.12 Chicago, Grain Hinge CHICAGO (UPt)-Wheat, corn and soybeans Were substantially higher at noon today on the Chicago Board of Trade. Prices at Noon Wheat 2 .89% up 10 Spanish SI ©efc M arket Is Jly Sep Dec Jly Sep Dec Jly Aug Sep Nov 2.87% up 10 2.88% Up 10 Corn 1.96 up 6 L9l% up 6% •1.86 up 6W» Soybeans 8.98 up 20 8.37% up 20 6.81% up 20 5.36 up 20 By PETER UEBERSAX MADRID (UPI)-Thebull 19 somewhat of a symbol for Spain -and it certainly has been the symbol for its stock market. Business Today In the poet 12 years, the Spanish bote* (stock market) has been one of the most bullish in the world. Except for a period Of wobbling in 1970-71, it has been an investor's dream; actwdirig. to foreign bankers stationed in Madrid. ' Now York Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) _ Stock market midday prices: Pack CABBAGE PLANTS TOMATO PLANTS ONION PLANTS BLOOMING ROSE BUSHES Each J 49 New Load in Dirt NEW CROP Med. Yellow ONIONS Live- Lb. 19c No. 1 Red POTATOES 1Q a. 99c CRUSH FLAVOR POP <•!—6 Pecks Si 00 Joliet Livestock JOLIET, 111. (UPI) stock: Cattle 1,800; moderately active; steers steady to 25 higher; heifers steady to 25, instances 50 higher; cows not established; high choice and prime steers 47.35-47.75; choice 46.00-47.50; good and choice 44.50-46.00; 1 load high choice and prime heifers 45.00-46.25; good and choice 43.00-45.00. Hogs 1,000; 50-1.00 lower; No 1-2 200-220 lb 37.75-38.00; few 38.25; No 1-3 200-250 lb 37.0037.75; No 2-3 250-270 lb 36,0036.50. Thursday's estimated receipts 25 cattle, 600 hogs. Admiral 9% AlldChem 32% Alld Sfcrs 24y 8 Allis Chal 8% Alcoa 60 Am Air 15% Am Can 31% Am Cyan 23 7 / 8 AmElPwr 25% Am Mtrs 7 Am T&T-52 Anaconda 17% Ashl Oil 24y 4 Atl Rich 82% Avco 9% Bea Fds 22% Bendix 35V* Beth Stl 28'/4 Boeing 18 Borden 21 Inland Stl 29 7 /s IBM 395% Int Harv 26% Int Nick 27 Int Paper 37% Int T&T 34% Iowa P&L 22% Johns-Mn 21 Vs Kennecott 23% Keys Cons 13% Kresge 37% Kroger 16% Lib McN 4% Litton 7 Lockhd 5% Mar Oil 28% Maytag 25 Merck 89% Minn Min 81 V\ Mobil Oil 61% Cap C Bdg 41% Monsanto VIV\ Catplr 60% Nat Bis 43)4 Celanese 31% OlinCorp 14% Cen II Lt 21% . Outbd M 35% Cen Tel 21% Owens-Ill 32% Cessna 22% Penn Cen 2 Chrysler 28% Penney 80% Cities Svc 43% Pepsi Cola- 83% Coca-Cola 134% Pfizer 40% |,Coium Gas 29% Phil Pet 43 Comm Ed 32% Procter G 99% T ROOT BEER, ORANGE STRAWBERRY, GRAPE Oscar Mayer BEEF WIENERS WIENERS SM. LINKS Pk. 89c FLEECY WHITE BLEACH Gallon r -COUPON.. , FOLGER'S I COFFEE 1 - $ 1.69 1 I With This Coupon Wilthout Coupon 00c TRADING POST Expires 5-26-73 r —COUPON— — ASSORTED I CHICAGO STOCKYARDS ATKINSON MARKET Volume: 1,600. Butcher Trend: 25-75c lower. No. 1-2: 200-225 $37.75-$38*30 No. 2-4: 190-240 ......... $37.25-$37.75 240-270 $36.00-37.25 280-300 $34.75-$35.50 Sow Trend: 25c lower. 300-500 $33.25-$34.00 Boars: 350 lbs. up $33.00-$34.00 Mercantile Exchange CHICAGO (UPI)—Futures today on Chicago Mercantile Exchange: High Low Close Prev. Live Beef Cattle Jun 47.37 46.60 46.85 47.10 Aug 46.97 45.75 46.25 46.70 Oct 46.65 45.50 45.95 46.40 Dec 46.65 45.75 45.95 46.37 Feb 46.75 45.95 46.03 46.40 Apr 46.30 45.85 45.85 45.97 I Jun 46.25 45.95 48.10 45.75 Live Hogs I Jun 39.30 38.65 38.82 38.65 Jly 39.60 38.80 39.12 38.90 Aug, 38.85 38.02 38.50 38.30 Oct 37.80 36.77 36.90 37.25 Dec 37.95 36.75 37.10 37.53 Feb 38.10 37.10 37.40 37.85 Apr 36.10 35.10 35.25 35.70 Uun . 36.30 £8.30 I Jly 36.25 36.00 36.00 36.10 Frozen Pork Bellies Comsat 47 Cons Ed 23% Cont Can 23% Cont Oil 29 CPC Intl 29% Dana 32% Deere 39% Du Pont 171% Eastman 131% Exxon 83% Falstaff 4 Firestone 20% Ford Mtrs 58% Std Bds 52 Fruehauf 27% SO Ind 88 Gam Sko 26% Stvns JP 26 Gen Dyna 17% Texaco 34% Quak Oat 35 RCA 25% Rep Stl 25% Revlon 58% Safeway 31% St. Regis 38% SanFelnd 23% Sears 94% Shell Oil 47 Simmons 20% So Pac 30% Sperry 38% Gen El 57 Gen Fds 24% Gen Mtrs 67% Gen Tel 28% Gen Tire 18% Goodrich 21% Goodyear 25% Greyhnd 14% Gulf Oil 23% 111 Cent 18% 111 Pwr 28% Tex Inst 190 Un Carb 38y 4 Un El 17% Utd Corp 8% US Gyps 22 US Stl 32% West Un 24% Wstghs El 32% Weyerh- 57% WootATth 21 Legal Notice NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL State of Illinois In The Circuit Court Of The Ninth Judicial Circuit,. County Of Knox In Probate. CASE NO. 73-P-134 . In the Matter of the Probate of the Will of BERT L. HEND- R1CKSON, Deceased. TO: Bert Leroy Hendrickson, Cleda Caroline Reining Lynch, Nida Mildred Hale, Max Simeon Hendrickson, .. Dale Thomas Hendrickson, Charles W. Hendrickson, Marion R; Hendrickson, Gerald Br Hendrickson, Shirley Hendrickson Jones, Darlene Blevins Lant, and "UNKNOWN HEIRS" of BERT L. HENDRICKSON, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that an instrument in writing purporting to be the Will of BERT L. HENDRICKSON, Deceased, and the petition for probate of said Will has been filed in said Court and that said instrument will be offered for probate, in the Circuit Court, in probate, at the Court House in Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois, on the 26th day of June, 1973, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. at which time and place, all interested parties may appear and show cause why said instrument should not be admitted to probate. Dated this 21st day of May, 1973. (SEAL) EDWARD F. WELCH Clerk Pro Tem of the Circuit Court Knox County, Illinois Charles A. Wesner Attorney for Petitioner 108 N. Main Street Abingdon, Illinois 61410 Telephone: 309-462-2887 5/23-30, 6/6; 3T Since 1900, Spanish stock* on an average have quintupled In value. A $1,000 investment 14 years ago in a cross section of Spanish bank stocks-4raditi6h- ally the bolsa's leaders—would be worth more than $20,000 today. Still, Europe'! dynamic stock exchange has been attracting supfisingly few for' eign investors, even though its bullishness combines with the absence of Spanish taxes on foreign-owned stock and dividends and the possibility of transferring dividends, capital gains or the whole investment out of Spain any time. Try to Interest Friends "Certainly we try to interest friends abroad in investing in Spanish stocks," said Miguel Echeganay,. resident adviser of one of the big U.S. banks. "The reaction I got from a London group last week was typical— and what if Generalissimo (Francisco) Franco dies?'" By all appearances, Franco is in good health (for a man of 80. But the fear -Jwhether founded or not—that his death some day will trigger profound political and economic change kept foreign investment in Spanish stocks to an estimated $30 million last year, Echegaray said. "The Spanish economy has the biggest growth rate among the maior industrial nations next to Japan," he said. "It is in a dynamic situation which will get still better." In 1972, the over-all market index rose by one third. In the first quarter of 1973-undeterred by the dollar crisis of the downward trend on Wall Street-It climbed ffom ^Tof, where it starts every Jan. 1st, to well above 120. indicating an even better rise this year. Go-go Market What makes! the bolsa a go-go market? Banking sources named these factors: —Spanish companies on the whole have been reporting good earnings end a steady growth Of profits (banks anhualjy earn between 28 and 36 per Cent, of equity). -Spain's major companies increase their capital almost every year, and they normally do it through rights issues which enable stockholders to buy new stock at nominal value. —A hew middle class is emerging in Spain and is beginning to invest in shares ana funds. —There is no legal way for the newly accumulated wealth of individual Spaniards to be invested in foreign shares. RELIABLE WOMAN »• cfe washing «ncf Ironing of shirt* «t homo. Approximately 80 to JO per wetk, Mitt do cfotint *nd rMHrt work. DfPfNOAtlLlTY A MUtT Ph. 342-2317 FOR SALE HOUSE TRAILER 28'x8' single axle, modern, must be seen to be appreciated. $673. Call 375-6975 Garage Sale 57 PHILLIPS ST. Thurs., May 24 » a.m. — ? . Nice clean summer clothes, nic- nacs, toys, misc. Everything Reasonably Priced Waitress Wonted Part Time or Full Time Apply in Person MARTI E'S 57 S. CHERRY ST. Chicago Produce CHICAGO (UPI)-Cheese: Processed loaf 70.25-80.50; muenster 71.75-85.25. Single daisies 78-82; Swiss blocks 80-100 lb Grade A 89-92.50; B 87-90.50. CHICAGO (UPI) - Midwest eggs: Market steady, prices unchanged; extra large 54; large 53; medium 50; standards 48; pullets 39; checks 37. PLOWING It's still not too late to plant your garden. Call 343-5793 or 375-6564 Wataga PATIO SALE Mobile City Trailer Court Lot 55 Thurs. From 8 Till 2 Formals all sizes, baby clothes, Avon bottles and misc. Grain 289% 269% 280 279% 287% 268V 4 280 277% 288% 268% 279 278% 287% 268% 279% 277% II I KOOL-AID | 10 49 <i i May Jly | Aug Feb Mar May 57.50 56.70 56.9D 56.97 57.25 56.17 56.80 56.95 56.55 55.45 56.05 56.30 55.75 54.00 55.17 55.35 55.50 53.70 54.70 54.95! 55.40 - 55.40 54.70 I With This Coupon Without Coupon 10/59c TRADING POST Expires 5-26-73 J — -COUPON— I Maxwell Houio I I COFFEE | II S '1.59 I I With This Coupon , Without Coupon $1.89 I TRADING POST L Expires M6-73 1 1 Growth Whys mm mmm mm mm I Nutritively speaking, TRADING POST Markets at a Glance By United Press International Stocks higher in moderate trading. Bonds mixed in quiet trading. U.S. government bonds slightly lower in quiet trading. American stocks higher in moderate trading. Cotton futures lower. Chicago grain futures higher. Cattle trade steady to 25 cents higher; top $47.75. Grain Future* CHICAGO (UPI) range: High Low Close Prev. Wheat Jly Sep Dec Mar Corn Jly Sep Dec Mar May-74 190 Oats (old) Jly 103 Oats (new) Jly 104 Sep 108 Dec 110 Soybeans Jly 898 898 898 878 Aug 837% 837% 837% 817% Sep 681% 681% 681% 661% Nov 536 526 536 516 Jan 535% 524% 535% 515% Mar 535 % 521 535 % 515% May 74 535% 530 535 515% 197 186 192 193 182V4 185 186% 175 182 189% 179 183 179% 183 189% 185% 179% 182 182 99 100 100% 96% 99 100% 104 101% 105 103% 105% 105% BACKYARD SALE 403 N. Jefferson ABINGDON, ILL. Thurs. at Friday—» a.m. - 5 p.m. Men, womens & chUdrens clothing, assorted sizes bit of everything. and a little For Sale WOODED MOBILE HOMESITE! V* to 1 Acre in Size All Utilities Included. PH. 375-6712 WATAGA, ILL. YARD SALE 58 N. WHITESBORO Thurs., May 24 & Fri., May 25 I a.m. to 3 p.m. Large sz. mens work Sc dress clothes 36 to 44 waist & short length, infants thru womens clothes all sizes, tour poster double bed, barbells, childs rocking horse (new), rear shocks tor 64 Chevy (new), misc. items. FOR SALE 1972 % Ton Chevy TRUCK & CAMPER 109 W. MAIN E. Galesburg WOMEN'S RELIEF CORP GARAGE SALE 1599 MOSHIER AVE. Thurs., May 24 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.. Friday, May. 25 I a.m. to S p.m. Sat., May 26 I a.m. to 12 Noon Clothes, dishes, pots Sc pans, shoes, jewelry Sc misc. i SEED JEANS CORSOY AMSOY WAYNE AMSOY 71 WILLIAMS SWANSON SEED FARMS GALESBURG 342-0322 I ROTO-ftOOTIH FOR qoootD TlWIRS • DRAIN! Don't Dig Up Your Sewer Call 343 6913 — or Phone 342-6430 No Charge If We Fall GUARANTEED WORK — PRESBYTERIAN — RESALE SHOP ECONOMY CORNER Knoxville, III. Short blonde wig, spring formals, many Reader's Digest books Sc magazines, recent patterns, bowling balls, odds & ends Open Thurs.—10.4 Dow Jones Averages NEW YORK (UPI) - Dow averages: 896.45 up 3.99 166.01 up 0.58 106.12 up 036 277.42 up }.12 Jones 1:00 p.m 30 indus 20 trans 15 uitils 65 stocks SCISSORS & KNIVES SHARPENED SWANSON'S Lock & Kay Shop (Rick Cannon, Proprietor) 342-5012—712 E. Main PLANT THIS WINNING FUNK'S-G COMBINATION / Super Mkt. 1515 i MAIN ST. sea-1 weeds grow like other plants, utilizing mineral salts and the' energy of sunlight, but they obtain their salts from the surrounding seawater and not from j] [Jthe ground by means of roots. j| BACKYARD SALES Garage, Patio, Driveway, Basement, Front Room, Private Household Sales and all other *qles 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 G.4444 G-4445 Recognized Yield Champ Running Mate for G -4444 EARLY MATURING - TOP YIELDING Dependable Hybrids From Dependable People Swanson Seed Farms INC. Funk's h t Brwd Nunc: Humbm Idintily Viriiliii Funk lioi. Si«! Co. InlnnilKwul Hudouirtirl •iMRUAglon, Illinois 61701 GAIESBURG, ILL. Phone 342-7121 Thi limtUtwn of waTtAty and remedy on |hs lif atlachtd to i*eh bat of Funk 's G-Hrbnd iolfl t| i part of tha turn* of utt Uw mt. -FOR SALE- COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BIST -15 Minutes from Galesburg 3 BIDROOM 4 YIAR 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. MICE ... VACANT $30,500 COMFORTABll 3 BIDROOM HOMI IN ALTONA Has modern kitchen, dining room, living room, bedroom ana bath on first floor — 3 tyed* rooms up — large lot with basement. New single garage. PRICED IrOR IMMEDIATE SALE AT $15,000 L EA UAABD BROKER - AUCTIONEER EU n AV3B K APPRAISER Phono 484-5993 SALESMAN ANDY HORN — 342-1738 NIGHT AUCTION Electric Golf Cart — Furniture — Boat & Motor — Tooll CORBIN'S DISCOUNT FURNITURE STOR* 565 North Wost Street Thursday, May 24th 7 P.M. FUBNITUIIE — 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 Sc brie brae, 3-pc. limed oak bedroom tulle, double dresser * Mirror, panel bed, chest drawers, spring <c mettrett, % 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 & 4 chairs, small electric appliances, Maytag wringer type washer with a stainless steel tub, Alum Craft V type 12 foot boat, like new Johnson S'/j HP outboard motor with 6 gal. auxiliary tank, pull type golf cart, set of Wilson golf clubs, bag, balls Sc T's, 24 volt Victor Electric Golf Cart, charger, extra tire* Ic tubee (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, toe 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 — 343-8033 i Auctioneers: COOK * WOODS Clerk: • DELENE.COOK Thii .lSHah exceptionally nice sale and must be seen to be ap- precia.ed. The boaw and Golf cart can be seen all day Thursday for your inspection. : ALWAYS CALL CORBINS FOR YOUR AUCTION — 343-1033 RABIES CLINICS For the convenience of dog owners, in complying with the annual Rabies vaccination requirement, The Knox County Veterinarians will conduct Rabies Clinics as Fellows: Galesburg — AH Veterinary Clinics during regular office hours. Willlamsfield - May IS, 7-9 P.M. - Dr. Hockgraver' Office. Rio — May 17, 7-8 P.M.. — Dr. Allen, Fire Station. Oneida — May 17, 7-9 P.M. — Dr. Vinson* Office. East Galesburg — May 18, 7-8 P.M. — Dr. Allen, Fire Station. Yates City - May 18, 7-9 P.M. - Dr. Hockgraver, Fire Station. Henderson — May 19, 2-3 P.M. — Dr. Watters, Fire Station. Maquon — May 21, 7-8 P.M. — Dr. Strahler, Fire Station. Abingdon - May 22, 7-8 P.M. - Dr. Strahler Office DaMnda — May 22, 7-8 P.M. — Dr. Hockgraver, Fire Station. Altona - May 22, 7-9 P.M. - Dr. Mills, Fire Station. Gilson — May 22,7-8 P.M. — Dr. Hoyme, Fire Station. Knoxville — May 23, 7-9 P.M. — Dr. Hoyme, Fire Station. Victoria - May 23,7-9 P.M. - Dr. Mills, Fire Station. Wataga — May 24, 7-9 P.M. — Dr. Vinson, Fire Station. RABIES FEE $5.00 PER DOG Antique. Estate AuCtlOll 168 LAKE STREET, GALESBURG, ILLINOIS SATURDAY, MAY 26th 1:00 P.M. (DST) To settle the estate of Alberta M. Mitchell, deceased, we will sell the following Chattel Property, ANTIQUES: Antique dishes, cane seated desk chair, bric-a-brac and whatnots including a collection of dogs, oak library table with turned legs and chair, hall tree, mahogany lamp table, oak lamp table with turned legs, dresser with mirror, walnut nlte table, oak night stand, sewing cabinet, luggage seat, fern stand, lamp bracket, oak chest of drawers, copper boiler, Hickory chairs, oak cabinet with 35 to 40 drawers, commode with splash back, drop front desk with mirror on top, old picture frames. FURNITURE: Early American console atereo wuh AM end FM Radio, lots of stereo records, 2 pc. living room suite, 2 maple step- end tables and lamps, color TV set, glass door bookshelves, mirror back shadow box -what-not shelf, whatnot shelves, Sunburst electric clock, large green carpet and pad, throw rugs, card table, air conditioner, Early American love seat hide-a-way bed, Electrolux cleaner, like new maple hutch end base, large wall tapestry, twin size maple bookcase bed complete, maple chest of drawers, bedding and linens, exceptionally nice 3 pc. mapla bedroom suite consisting of double dresser and mirror, chest of drawers, bed complete with box spring and innerspring mattress, bouidour lamps, counter height deep Ireese In bronaetone, 30" coppertone visador oven gas stove, coppertone frostless double door refrigerator, S pc. dropleaf dinette set, trailer table, chrome table and 1 chair, single door utility cabinet, lots of pots, pans, dishes, and small electrical appliances, high chair, Kenmore automatic washer. Maytag gas clothes dryer, de- humidifler, 2- metal storage shelves, basement refrigerator, metal Ironing board, clothes rack, several electric fans, folding lawn chairs, stepladder, Mustang like new rotary mower, small hand tools including 4 ft. level and other misc. merchandise. CORBIN'S AUCTION SERVICE Phone 343-80)3 COOK and WOODS, Auci*. DELENE COOK—Clerk BONNIE BOUGHTON. Cashier BANK OF GALESBURG, Executor of the Estate of Albert* M. Mitchell Deceased. Ph. 343-4141 STUART, NEAGLE and WEST, Aitys. for The Beak of Gales* burg. Executors of the Estate. Ph. 342-5118. Read the Want Ads s

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