Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 25, 1973 · Page 20
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, May 25, 1973
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20- Golfetburq R»Qlst€r-MQil, Golesburg, 111. Friday,May 25,1973 \t**.\ IS Market Reports Today QMJttBWMt ORDER BUYERS IH^ulll^^^^ JftiaafcahaaJI* Bnni NtnicfA swciysros WiSet: fully 25c higher, m 14: »M30 $37.2^37.50 "'Quotations: «'No. 1-3: "IfJO-ltt $37.00-137.25 ^.'Jfo. 1-3: - <M0-*0 $36.00437.00 '•No. 2-3: uJWO -300 $34.25-$$«.00 ..Packing Sows: $31.50-133,00 CmCAGO~STOCKYARDS ATKINSON MARKET VAlue: 1,800. , Butcher Trend, opened 25c "-ttgher, closed 50c-$l lower. -No. 1-2: • 200-225 $38.50-$39.25 "'No. 2-4: "490-240 ...$37.75-$38.50 ^240-270 $36.00-$38.25 v280^00 $35.00-$36.00 '••iSow Trend: steady. r^OO-500 $33.00-$34.50 MOWMOUTH AUCTIOHMPORT UHW May 14, 1173 Macalpts Caitla Calras Haas Shsap This W««k 195 1 167S 0 •I»aat Week 326 2 1113 o Lust Year 332 5 1331 0 ""'CATTLE: Receipts mainly feeder cattle. Demand fairly good. Feeder •teen and helfera 1.00-1.90 lower. " CowiSOc higher. FEEDER CATTLE: Choice 350- SM- lb. iteera 83.25-90.75: mixed Good and Choice 550-850 lb. 4*2549.50; Good 600-900 lb. 43.00-46.50; Choice 300-550 lb. helfera 49.0053.00; Good 550-750 lb. 42.50-45.25; Good and Choice bred replacement » cows 305.00-407.50 per head; tome ' \^tlf calves at side 400.00-480.00 per pair. COWS AND BULLS: Cutter and .. MHlHy cows 33.50-38.70. HOGS: Receipt* mainly *f«der pits. Demand fairly good. Prices f3>»2.00 per head lower. F EEDER PIGS: U.S. 1-2 30-40 ib. 26.0p-30.7S; 40-50 lb. 30.50-35.00; 50- 60'lb. 34.75-37.25; 60-70 lb. 37.004«£5; 70-80 lb. 40.50-43.25; 80-90 lb. 43JW-46.50; U .S. 1-3 50-60 lb. 32.5035.75: all sold by the head; 120-140 lor08.25-39.75; sold by weight; some bred flits 150.00 per head GALESBURG GRAIN MARKET ' } Consumer Grain & Supply Co. Market may either go up or down by 1:30 p.m. when final bid "piTirrives. 11:30 o'clock bid. No. 2 Corn (old) $1.98 • .,. New Corn „. $1.74 >No. 1 Beans (old) ....$9.63 ,. .TTiNew $5.52 ' St. Louis Livestock ST. LOUIS (UPD-Livestock: Hogs 2,900, fully 1 .00 higher. No 1 -2 200430 lb 39.50^9.75; No 1-3 200 -230 lb 39.00-39.50; 230-250 lb 38.5049.25. Cattle and calves 150, small supply mostly cows steady. Sheep 25. ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Missouri produce: Consumer grade eggs A large 43-53, medium 39-50, small 31-43, B large 3940. Ice-packed broilers and fryers 38.75-41.50 for next week's delivery. St. Louis produce: Wholesale grade eggs A large 2846, standard 22-26, medium 26-34, unclassified 8-10, pullets 20-25. Peoria Livestock PEORIA, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 125, insufficient volume any class to establish market; 1 load choice steers 47.00; few choice heifers 46.00. Hogs 2,900; active; mostly 2550 higher, few steady; No 1-2 200-230 lb 39.00-39 50; No 1-3 200250 38.50-39.00; No 2-3 240-270 lb 37.5048.50, 260-280 lb 36.50-37.50, 280-300 lb 35.50-36.50, few 300320 lb 35.0045.50. Jellet Livestock JOLIET, 111. (UPt) - Livestock: Cattle 800; active early, slow later; steers and heifers steady to 25 higher; high choice and prime steers 47.75-48.25; choice 46.50 - 47.75; good and choice 44.50-46.50; 1 load high choice and prime heifers 47.00; choice 45.00 - 46.00; good and choice 43.50-45.00. Hogs 800; active; 50 higher; No 1-2 strong 200-230 200-230 240-260 270-280 39.00-39.50; No 14 38.5049.00; No 2-3 37.5048.50; No 2-4 36.6047.00. Tuesday's estimated receipts 3,000 cattle; 1,200 hogs. Chicago Grain Rang* CHICAGO (UPI) - Wheat, corn and soybeans were substantially higher at noon today on the Chicago Board of Trade. Prices at Noon Wheat 2.90 up m Jiy Sep Dec Jiy Sep Dec Jiy Aug Sep Nov In- • Intarier Hog Pricat SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - terior hogs: Estimated receipts 10,000; Thursday's actual 9,000; uneven, steady to 25 higher; demand fair; No 1-2 200-230 lb 37.5048.00, few 38.25; No 14 200-235 lb mostly 37.0047.50, few 37.75, few late 36.75; No 14 230250 lb 36.50-37.50; No 24 250-270 lb 35.50-36.50. 2.87V& up 8 2.87 up 8% Corn 2.04% up 8 1.97% up 8 1.89% up IV* Soybeans 9.38 up 20 8.77% up 20 7.21% up 20 5.76 up 20 Chicago Product CHICAGO (UPI) - Midwest ^Market steady, prices unchanged; extra large 56; large 55; medium 52; standard 50; pullets 41; checks 39. CHICAGO (UPI)-Cheese: Processed loaf 70.25 - 80.50; single daisies 78 - 82; Swiss blocks 80-160 lb Grade A 8992.50; B 87-90.50. * Treasury Accounts WASHINGTON (UPI) Withdrawals and deposits in Treasury accounts for the fiscal year through May 22: Wthdrwls $247,862,732,643.62 Deposits 219,169,302,883.25 Cash balance 11,371,525,526.72 Public debt 454,678,704,390.40 Markats at a dance By United Press International Stocks higher in active trad ing. Bonds slightly higher. U.S. government bonds slight ly higher in quiet trading. American stocks higher in ac tive trading. Cotton futures higher. Chicago grain futures higher Cattle trade steady to 25 cents higher; top $48.25. READ THE WANT ADS! READ THE WANT ADS! •c_ - t-rlri- - .1 MEMORIAL DAY Give A Living Tribute to a Living Memory. GERANIUMS - PLANTERS -- HANGING BASKETS POTTED FLOWERS $2.98 - $4.90 French Lilac's (3 in Pk.) Red, White, Blue $2.91 EVERGREENS Taking Orders For Fall Plantings. Limited Quantity Homo of Nature's Plants & Pino* 1796 GRAND AVE. WE NEED HELP! SUCCESSFUL SALESMAN TOP WAGES — FRINGE BENEFITS PAID INSURANCE —LEADS FURNISHED 300 Families Planned Ahead In 1973 OAK LAWN MEMORIAL GARDENS Call For Appointment 342-5319 FRED f. BROWN 342-0061 SIDING ALL TYPES FOR LESS ALUMINUM • SIEEL • VINYL WHY PAY TOO MUCH? 1 1\ y 1.<-«| 1 1 tin i !e [I t It C I I\( 1 11 i I I IT | ' Sal.- Price! CALL COILECT (309)342-5758 OR MAIL COUPON BACKYARD SALES Garage, Patio, Driveway, Basement, Front Room, Private Household Sales and all other sales of this > typo must be in our office by noon the day before ad is to be published. GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL DISPLAY ADV. — Phono 343-7181 TIP of the WEEK To remove hot dish marki from furniture, apply a thin paite of salad oil and salt. . . let stand a couple of hoars and wipe oif. Jim Hagrallus Every time you use electricity, you waste gas. That's because electric utilities waste 70% of the gas, oil or coal they burn to generate electricity. Save gas by using it Instead of electricity, mtm 1242 South West St. •• Galesburg ~ Ph. 343-3145 PREMIUM 30 DISTRIBUTORS f BOX 329 Galesburg, III. 61401 Gentlamen: Send me more Information on siding for my house: Name ... '- Address Town .— : Phone -| Knoxville Community Sole Co., Inc. KNOXVILLE, ILL. "WE DON'T MEET COMPETITION WE MAKE IT" Certified Livestock Marketing Center. Stite Licensed A Bonded for Your Protection. SALE - MON., MAY 28, 1973 Starting At 12 O'Clock Noon « * ~ THE USUAL RUN OF LIVESTOCK W. E. Bruniga Roland Bell Phone 289-4128 Phone 289-4446 D#y or Night If you have fat cattle or feeder cattle, contact us for •n appraisal. Auctioneers: Lane Hyett, Don Wolf. ANTIQUE and HOUSEHOLD AUCTION "MOORE'S" AUCTION HOUSE 534 E. SOUTH, GALESBURG Sunday, May 27th 1 O'CLOCK PM SHARP Moving out of state will sell antique* and collectable! and some household goods as followi — walnut dxopleaf labia with turned •pool lags and China caatars; Iron bracket an4 Xaro Fount lamp; lovaly caned Mat tawing reciter; maple, Beaten rocker; Iron wood roll pulley*; aad irons and handle*; picture* and framoi; dreeaer with lamp blocks; whti* marble slsb clock shelf and metal designed brackets; wood clock shelf; Both Thomas mantle clock; Ingrahm S day mantle clock; ceUold dresser places; old metal toy truck; cow boll; brass and Iron book ends; wicker flower stand; wicker rocker; flat woven caned seat rocker; largo oak rain barrel; pedestal for round oak table; old iron hay rake; wheel; large old pine trunk; 2 old trunks; step ladder; electric sewing machine, 2 old foot lockers; maple love seat; power mower; oak podium; oak rocker; bottles; primitive Items; IS gal. Macomb Pottery stone Jar; t gal. stone ]ar; 24 LP records; old table radio; pole light; boxes of old books; box of assorted wood salt & pepper shakers; IS gal, fish aquarium; Jinny Llnd twin bed stead; school desk; luggage; bridge lamp; 3 pes. Carnival Olass dishes; pink Depression Glass; hand painted fruit bowl; amber Vs pt. fruit Jar; crystal glass spoon holder; metal top syrup dispenser; crystal ice bow metal top; other nice dishes; pots, pans; bric-a-brac to numerous to mention. MR. & MRS. NEIL ADCOX—Owners CECIL R. MOORE—Auctioneer. Ph. 343-3973 DELPHA and TERRY MOORE—Clerks Terms Cash Not Responsible For Accidents "ANTIQUES," from old landmark antique house on North Kellogg St. We will also sell a let of "Toledo," counter icales; stone jars; btl. gas camper 2 burner gas stov* with tank; top carrier and canvas cover; Exciting Auction Don't Miss It. ^WSSSpfNOUSB, \ Th erm otjas BARGAIN OF THE MONTH Only 69c WIND AND RAIN GAUGE Accurate rain gauge with recorder lets you keep track of rainfall. Unit also shows wind direction. (Month of May only.) CHECK THIS VALUE WHILE AT OUR STORE TAPPAN RANGE Model Z30-2S32 Big 25-inch continuous cleaning oven, low turndown holds food at serving temperature, thaws frozen foods. Four burners with automatic pressure regulators. White, cop- pertone, avocado, harvest gold. Regular $329.95 value. Now Only $269.95 For a tank plan with appeal, be sure and Set our deal I Free "cut and serve" tray with purchase of range Thmrmomma Li" 1242 S. West St. Galesburg Phone 343-3145 [mapcoj MarketsRise, Analysts See Strong Dollar NEW YORK (UPI) - Prices on the New York Stock Exchange moved lrregularty higher today in fairly active trading:. Analysts said investors were encouraged by a stronger dollar on European markets and the strong stock market nally Thursday. ^ Shortly before noon, the closely watched Dow Jones industrial average lost 2.25 to 922.19. On Thursday the popular average soared more than 29 points. Advancing issues topped declines, 886 to 438, among the 16,645 issues on the tape. Volume was fairly heavy with about 8,800,000 shares crossing the tape against 6,200,000 in the comparable period Thursday. Beatrice Foods was the most active issue, climbing % to 23% on 85,200 shares. Kimberly- Clark was second, up Vi to 44% on 82,600 shares and Browning- Ferris Industries third, off V\ to 17 on 81,000 shares. Prices on the American Stock Exchange advanced in moderate volume. Tolchin Instru* merits was most actively traded, gaining *k to 5 on 54,700 shares. Mansfield Tire & Rubber Co. off % to 6tt on 47,300 shares, and Telepromp- 47,300 shares, and Teleprompt- er, up VK to 17% on 46,400 shares, followed. On the Big Board, T.T. Grant tumbled 2%. The company reported Thursday an April 30 Enters Plea OLNEY, 111. (UPI) Dennis Benson, 19, Palestine, Thursday entered a negotiated plea of guilty to a charge of illegal possession of marijuana and was fined $1,000 and sentenced to serve 60 days in Richland County Jail. Intercity buses serve more than 15,000 U.S. cities and towns. WANTED 480 ACRES LEVEL LAND Will Pay Top Price 600 ACRES CORN AND BEAN LAND Owners Possession Aug. 1, 1973. 420 ACRES GOOD FARM LAND Big Two Storey Hem* and Set of Farm Buildings. 640 ACRES CAN BE SCATTERED Small Tracts Within 5 Mile Radius off Homestead. The above request are all Cash or Trade Buyer's. Will take Options to make Package Deal. Will take Owner 's Possession August 1, 1973 to March 1, 1974. Land to be within 30 miles of Galesburg, Illinois. PECK REAL ESTATE H. WILBUR PECK, Realtor "THE FARM MAN" first quarter net loss of $5,743,011 compared with a $1,577,461 loss a year ago. Computer and electronics issues were mostly lower. Texas Instruments dropped Vk and IBM IV* but Burroughs gained 1 and Honeywell %. Superior Oil jumped 5 in the irregular oils. Kerr McOee added 1% but Exxon lost !>/•. DuPdnt lost l'/i and Eastman Kodak 1% in tha lower chemicals. Ford slumped 2% and General Motors 1%. Airlines, steels, rails and aircrafts moved irregularly. To Head Exchange CARBONDALEi 111. (OP1) David R. Derge, president Southern Illinois Uravertlty-Ca bondale, has been appointed b the State Department as chi of'party of an exchange pr gram to the People's Republi of China. Library Closed The Galesburg Public Ubrar will be closed Monday in o' servance of Memorial Day, Mrs Margaret Morris, librarian, an nounced today. A bee colony may fly 37,000 trips and log 50,000 miles to produce just one pound of honey. Antique. EstOte AuCtJOII ' UrnltUr * 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, carte seated desk chair, bric-a-brac and whatnots Including a collection of docs, oak library table, with turned legs and chair, hall tree, mahogany lamp table, oak lamp table with turned lags, dresser with mirror, walnut nite 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 stereo wllh AM and 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 and base, large wall tapestry, twin size maple bookcase bed complete, maple chest of drawers, bedding and linens, exceptionally nice 3 pc. maple bedroom suit* consisting of double dresser and mirror, chest of drawers, bed complete with box spring and innerspring mattress, bouldour lamps, counter height deep frees* in bsons*lon*. 30" coppertone viiador oven gas stove, coppertone frostless double door refrigerator. 5 pc. dropleaf dinette set, trailer table, chrome table and 1 chair, slngls 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. CORBTN'S AUCTION SERVICE Phone 343-1033 COOK and WOODS, Aucis. DEUBNE COOK—Clerk BONNIE BOUOKTON, Cashier BANK OF GALESBURG. Executor of the Estate of Alberta M. MUeheU, Saceaaad, Ph. 341-4141 ITU ART. NEAOLE and WEST, Attys. for Tit* Bask of Oales- burr. Executors of th* Estate. Ph. 141-1111. CAMPERS SPECIALS SALE GOOD THRU FRIDAY, JUNE 1 FOLDING TABLE Seats and top tempered masonite. Frame made of heavy gauge steel folds into $9195 a suitcase. Reg. $36.95 dBf I KAR'N HOME TRAVEL KIT 6 cup percolator, 4 cups, 4 spoons, sugar and creamer. Vinyl carrying case. $*J #%95 Cord included. Reg, $22.58 tw LEISURE-TIME TABLEWARE Tough, durable plastic. Set consists of 20 10-or. Cereal/Soup bowls, 25 9-oz. beverage glasses, 25 8-oz. cups, 1 20 dinner plates, and 60 pieces $095 of matched flatware. Reg. $10.45 O TRAVELWARE KIT Convenient, breakproof, colorful, economical and easy to clean. $095 26 pc. set. ___ ...Reg. $10.45 O CAMP KIT True,Temper quality designed to take hard use. Kit consists of hardy shovel, $*J C95 axe and saw. Reg. $11 .95 leaf HIBACHI GRILL The table model Hibachi features easy adjustable side vents, "Lok-Tite" grid positioners, and chrome plated grid. Overall height is 12". 1214x $|4 )95 16V£i body with pedestal base. Reg. $14.56 lad FREE ACCESSORY CATALOG With $10 Purchase The Pleasure People of Camping HOPPING'S RECREATIONAL VEHICLE SERVICE AND SALES 101 W. Morion St - Eat* Galtsburg Phone 342-6115 GARDEN TRACTOR The tractor designed for homeowner Headlights provide good illumination for after dark work.* Electric lift moves large implements with the flick of a finger. High performance, long life power pack. Low voltage power system for reliability and safety. Safety interlock on brake disconnects drive motor and stops vehicle. For safety in restarting, the drive lever must first be put in neutral. Solid state speed controls provide reliable and exacting handling. The safety interlock switches mean instant blade stop if the driver leaves the tractor. Safe, easy walk-on i entry and roomy leg space. Front mounted "anti- scalp" mower gives a better quality cut by cutting the grass before rolling over it An on-board charger allows you to recharge from any normal 110 volt outlet. A low center of gravity makes Elec-trak the safer, more versatile tractor. Balanced weight distribution with wide track tires for maximum traction... without turf marking. AAAAAA 343-2019-190 W. MAIN GENERAL ELECTRIC

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