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Jjt Gflte&ura Rtfli^MglL j3Qie*buffli 111. Wednesday, May 30, 1973 Market Reports Today i ^M^l^ H ^^J^u^ ii*AlMMiiA Market: ttc higher No. 1-2: 200-230 Quotations: ;No. 800-80 No. 14: 239-280 — No. 24: 200400 Packing Sows .. I37.00-IS7.26 -I30.7M37.00 ..I3MM&.7S ..134.00435.75 : steady. $31 .25432.7$ READ THE WANT ADS* TRADING POST Garden Center BIOOMINO Rose Bushes In Dirt Each PETUNIAS • MARIGOLD VERBENA • SNAPS Etc. Pack 49« FOR COOK OUTS CHARCOAL 5 .Lb. Bag 59* GULF CHARCOAL LIGHTER Qt. 33* KRAFT MACARONI Boxes 39* RED CROSS MACARONI DINNER OR SPAGHETTI 1 •Lb. Bex 25* AGED LONGHORN CHEESE lb. 89* REJOYCE FROZEN Orange Juice 5 6-Ot. $100 Tint I ROYAL GELATIN DESSERT pic. 29* BIRD FARM WHOLE HOG SAUSAGE 1 u, 99* Oscar Mayar Winter BACON 1 ».. 69* MED. - NEW CROP ONIONS Lb. 19* 131 CALIFORNIA ORANGES Dozen 39* M COUPON wm FOLGER'S COFFEE WITH THII COUPON Without Coupon ).|| TRADING POST I I L **W»-»^»W^^F • W«PP EXPIRES t-t-71 I i COUPON mm NESCAFE INSTANT COFFEE 10-O*. Jar WITH THIf COUPON Without Coupon I I 1 TRADING POST • |^ JB*PIKEf 8-1-79 j $|lf | CHICAGO 8T0OIYAM» ATKINSON MARKET Volume: 1 ,500. Butcher Ttcnd: 50-7Sc higher. No. 14: S m ...,..,..$M.804S7.10 .2-4: 1IW40 $38.00431.80 tio-tft .110400 -—i .-i $38,00438.80 SowtTead: 50-75C Wghar. 900480 ..... .$33 5043475 Beats: 350 lbs, up ..-833 .75434.25 Peoria Livestock PEORIA, 111. (UPI) - Uve* stock : Cattle 1,000; steers weak to 25 lower; heifers steady to weak, instances 25 lower; load choice and prime steers 47.75; choice 46.5047 .50; good and choice 45 .2540:50; good 43 .2545125; 1 load choice and prime heifers 48.85; choice 44.5045.75. Hogs 3,000; uneven, 25 to mostly 50, instances 75, higher; No 1*2 200440 lb 38.5040.00; No 14 200460 lb 38.0048.80; No 24 220440 lb 37 .5048.00, 240470 lb 37.0047.75, 260-290 lb 36 .0047.00, 290400 lb 35.0046.00; No 24 300350 lb 34.0045.00. 44.2845.28; good and choice 43.5044.60; good 41.6043.50. Sheep 100; lambs steady; choice and prime spring 37.00- Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - Interior hogs: 18,000; fully 2540 higher; No 1-2 200-230 lb 37.50, some 37.75; No 14 200435 lb mostly 37.0037.25, few 37.50, early 36.75; No 14 230-250 lb 36.5047.00; No 2-3 250-270 lb 35.7546.75. St. Louis Livestock ST. LOUIS (UPI)-Livestock: Hogs 5,000; unevenly steady to 50 higher; 100 head sorted No 1 200-215 lb 39.00; No 14 200230 lb 38.2548.50; 230-250 lb 37.7548.25. Cattle 1,000; slaughter steers steady to strong; slaughter heifers mostly steady; choice steers 950-1250 lb 45.7546.75; mixed good and choice 44.7545.75; good 42.5045.00; choice heifers 800100 lb 44.00-44.50; mixed good and choice 42.50 - 44.00; good 39.0042.50; choice vealers 56.0062.00; few high choice 64.00; good 52.0046.00. Sheep 50. New York Stoeks NJ5W YORK (UPI) - Stock market midday prices: Admiral 9H IlfPwr 28% AtidChem 34tt Inland Sti 31 AUdStrs28*4 lntHtrV27tt AUlsChal8% Int Nick 28 Alcoa 58% Int Paper 36* Am Air 18 IntTAT34V4 Am Can 38 Iowa PAL 23 Am Cyan 24 Johris-Mn 22% AmElPwr2 «V4 Kennecott 24% Am Mtrs IVA Kej» Cons 14* AmT&T51% KrmgeMtt Anaconda 18% Kroger 16 AsM Oil 24% Litton 8% Atl Rich 85 V* Lockhd 6% Avco 9% Mar Oil 31 Bea Fds 23% Maytag 27% Bendix 37 Merck 89% Beth StlMinn Min 83% Boeing 19 Mobil Oil 86% Borden 21% Monsanto 53% CapCBdg39 Nat Bis 44% Catplr61% Olin Corp 14% Celaneae 31% Outhd M % 38% Can II Lt 23% Owens-IU33% Cen Tel 22% Penn Cen 2 Cessna 22% Penney 81 Chrysler 27% Pepsi Cola 82% Cities Svc.45% Pfizer 42% Coca-Cola 141% Phil Pet 49% Colum Gas 29% Procter G 98% Comm Ed 32% Quak Oat 34% Comsat 48% RCA 25% Cons Ed 23% Rep Stl 26 Com Can 27% Revlon 59% Cont OU 31% Safeway 31% CPC Intl 30 St. Regis 39% Dana 32% SaniFelnd 23% Deere 40% Sears 99% Du Pont 176% Shell Oil 50% Eastman 135% Simmons 19% Exxon 94% So Pac 31% Falstaff 3% Sperry 39% Firestone 19% Std Bds 51% Ford Mtrs 58% SO Ind 88% Fruehauf 29% Stvns JP 26% QALESBURG GRAIN MARKET Container Grain * Sefply 01. Market may •itner go up or down by i:*Tp.m. wh «i Mil bid arrives. n:so vtimt bid. No. 2 Corn (DM) ......1211 New Corn ..........$1.79 No. 1 Beans (old) ....$10.43 New $6.00 Grain ST. LOUIS (UPI) ~ Missouri |produce: Eggs consumer Grade A large 4545, medium 4041, small 31 43; B large 40-51. Hens ice-packed broilers and fryers 36.7541.50 for this week's delivery. St. Louis produce: Eggs wholesale Grade A large 2846, standard 22-26, medium 26-34, unclassified 8-10. Live- Joliet Livestock JOLIET, 111. (UPI) [stock: Cattle 1,500; steers and heifers steady; high choice and prime steers 47.5048.00; choice 46.2547.50; good and choice 44.5046.75; choice heifers 45.5046.50; good and choice 44.0045.50; canner and cutter cows 25.00-35.00. Hogs 1,000; 25-50 higher; No 1-2 200-230 lb 38.5049.00; No 1-3 1 200-230 lb 38.0048.50; No 2-3 240, 260 lb 37.00-38.00; No 34 260-280 lb 36.25-37.00. Thursday estimated receipts: 1 25 cattle, 700 hogs. Indianapolis Livestock INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Hogs 2,000; under 250 lb 25-75 higher, heavier 50-1.00 higher; No 1-2 200-235 lb 38.50-36.75; 44 head 39.00; No 1-3 200-240 lb 38.00-38.75, mostly 38.00-38.50; No 2-3 230-260 lb 37.25-38.25; No 24 240-270 lb 36.25-27.35; No 24 270-290 lb 35.50-36.25; No 34 290325 lb 34.00-35.50. Cattle and calves 625; steers and heifer mostly steady; choice steers 45.50 - 46.75; few packages high choice 47.00; good and choice 44.50 - 45.75; good 41.5044.50; choice heifers Gam Sko^27% Gen Dyna 18 Gen El 59% Gen Fds 24% Gen Mtrs 67 Gen Tel 28% Gen Tire 18% Goodrich 22% Goodyear 26% Greyhnd 15 Gulf Oil 23% 11 Cent 19 Stude 38% Texaco 35% Un Carb 39% Un El 17 Utd Corp 8% US Gyps 22 US Stl 30% West Un 23 Wstghs El 34% Weyerh 57% Woolwrth 22% Chicago Grain Range CHICAGO (UPl)-Wheat was irregularly lower, com mixed and soybeans substantially high er at noon today on the Board of Trade. Price! at New Whetf Jly 9.01 off % Sep 2.98 off 1% Dec 2.95 off 2% Cora Jly 2.18% up 5% Sep 2.09% up 3% Dec 1.99 up % Soybeans Jly 10.18 Up 40 Aug 9.57% up 40 Sep 8.01% up 40 Nov 6.42 up 28 Mercantile Exchange CHICAGO (UPI) - Futures on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange today: High Low Close Prev. Live Beef Cattle Jun 47.25 46.87 47.06 47.17 Aug 46.92 46.57 46.70 46.87 Oct 46.50 46.12 46.32 46.40 Dec 46.55 46.22 46.40 46.40 Feb 46.75 46.45 46.52 46.75 Apr 46.37 45.97 46.15 46.30 Jun 46.10 46.00 46.02 45.85 Live Hogs Jun 39.92 39.50 39.90 39.70 Jly 40.40 39.85 40.27 40.27 Aug 39.62 39.12 39.45 39.40 Oct 38.45 37.90 38.10 38.05 Dec 38.75 38.05 36.50 38.60 Feb 39.50 38.60 38.90 38.90 Apr 37.80 37.00 37.15 37.20 Jun , 38.20 37.60 37.90 37.55 Jly 38.00 38.00 38.00 38.00 Frozen Pork Bellies 304 301 298 297 291% 211% 301% 2M%fjtl4 29»% 2*7% 1*% 298 288% 281% 298% Grain Future* CHICAGO (UP!) • *' ^ High Law cilia Prev Wheat Jly Sep Dec Mar Cora Jly Sep Dec Mar May-74 Oats (eld) Jly U0 Oats (new) Jly lio% 104% 104% 110% Sep 112 107 107% 112% Dec 116% 109% 109% 115 Soybeans 220% 209% 211 212% 213% 1817% 199 298% 203 III 191% 198% 204% 194% 192% 200% 204 192% 192% 200% 108 108 110 Jly Aug Sep Nov Jan Mar May-74 1018 1018 957% 948 801% 780 656 . 608 642 897 844 895 630 688 1018 956 786 614 804 697 694 976 917% 761% .616 615% 615% 615 Dow Jones Averages NEW YORK (UPI) - Dow Jones 1 p.m. CDT stock averages: 30 Indus 914.28 off 11.29 20 trans 166.16 off 3.33 15 utils 107.11 Off 0.22 65 stocks 281.29 off 3.45 NEIGHBORHOOD SALE THURSDAY, May 81—8 a.m. Clothing, toys, toybox. pedal fire engine, girls 3 speed bike, handicrafts & lawn chairs. 1205 KLEIN OFF HARRISON StockPrices Down Today On Exchange NBW YORK (UPI) - De* Gold mining stocks benefitted stock prices for th* h f*"°" ffiJI^.IS ^*^.UUJ* <u« 4 J*I«« A ^tnarkets. Dome Mines jumped consecutive day today on the 4% AgA Ltd. 3%, and Campbell New York Stock Exchange. Red Lake 3% trading: was slow. Glamors turned lower, led by Shbrtly before noon, the Dow Corning Glass off 2%, Polaroid Jones Industrial average had 1%, end Avon Products 1%. *1iah 7,18 to 9)1.42. Decline* Electronics and computers rail broadly ahead of advances, also lost some ground. Among 811 to 328, among 1,514 stocks them, Control Data fell 1%, across the ticker. Texas Instruments 1%, and Turnover reached roughly Burroughs i. 6,200,080 shares, compared to Superior rose 2%, but Getty about 6,000,008 shares in the fell 1%, and Exxon 1, featuring same time Tuesday. ' the mostly lower oils American Telephone it Tele- DuPont dipped 1%, while graph Co. warrants were most Dow rose 1% active, losing % to 6 on Chrysler slumped %, and turnover of 81,980, followed by General Motors; which fell % to 67% on 64,800 shares. Chase Manhattan Corp. was third, and slipped % to 43% on 61,000 shares. Garage Sale 662 RUBY ST. err or WEST LOSSY Thurs., May 31 8-4 EVERYTHING Jly Aug Feb Mar May 57.57 56.82 57.05 57.20 56.85 56.10 56.30 56.65 56.55 55.35 55.65 56.10 55.90 55:05 55.20 55.70 . . 55.20 55.40 READ THE WANT ADS! Treasury Accounts WASHINGTON (UPI) Treasury accounts for the fiscal year through May 24: Withdrawals 8249,156,528,428.90' Deposits 223,153,549,943.80' Cash balance 10,521,379,728.32 Public debt 455799,384,619.97 3 FAMILY YARD SALE 1038 MAPLE Thurs., May 31 — 1-3 Frl.. June 1— 8-? Clothing all sizes and misc. items. Not Resp. for Accidents. INSIDE SALE Wad , 4 p.m. to I p Thurs., 10 a.ra. t« 81 .m. 140 BLAINE AVE. Late style, name brand clothes for ladies & teen girls. Misc. Garage Sale 943 S. Pearl Wad. Evening May 30 Thurs. «t Frl. May 31 June 1 All Day Homemad bread St jelly, set of box springs, clothes St misc. items. BIO Garage Sale Thurs., May 31 9-4 1162 N. Kellogg St. Collectors' plates, china, Bye-lo doll, electric Cosco table, appliances, lamps, bedspreads, drapes, curtains, clothes, misc. Not Responsible for Accidents WANTED TO BUY SCRAP IRON (Will Pick Up) Junk Cars Removed D&D SERVICE 529-9431 529-9493 ANTIQUE AUCTION 2% MUes East of Astoria, HI. June 2 at 11:30 A.M. Lots of antique furniture and primitives. Cecil Royer, Onwer Ernest Vaughn, Auctioneer WANTED Housekeeping Personnel Immediately Will consider all applications. Applyl In Person 565 W. Main St. Waitress Wanted Part Time or Fall Time Apply in Person MARTI E'S 57 S. CHERRY ST. Backyard Sale 548 B. South* St. Thursday, May 31,1973 Extra good, clean clothing. Womens (sizes 9 Jr. Petite to 22>,i), mens and childrens (all sizes), bedspreads, toys, elec. appliances, bicycle exerciser, tools, tool boxes, mans bowling ball, bag and ahoes, shoes and many misc. items. U.S. Ntf. 1 NEW POTATOES ONLY $#*_ Per TP 100 Lb. EXCELLENT SIZE and SHAPE For More Information Ph. 343-9139 Anytime For Sale WOODED MOBILE HOMESITE! V* to 1 Acre in Size All Utilities Included. PH. 375-6712 WATAGA, ILL. -Notice "RED, WHITE and BLUE" Painting Contractors 149 ALIENS AVE. Phone 342-5327 For FREE Estimates Economical Prices HOT DOGS SPECIAL WED. S THUR. MAY 30 « 31 CONEY DOGS BURGER CHAMP 2100 E. MAIN ST. PH. 343-1009 SEEDJ3EANS CORSOY AMSOY WAYNE AMSOY 71 WILLIAMS SWANSON SEED FARMS GALESBURG 342-0322 Hoy For Sole Abingdon - Knoxville Area Coll 462*2820 After 6 PM Our termite m inaction is on the house. OTO-ROOTIR FOR Don't Dig Up Your Sewerl Call 343-6913 — or Phone 342-6430 GUARANTEED WORK No Charge If We Pail We've been fighting termites for 40 years. And finding them. Unfortunately/ you may have termites now. We can let you know with an inspection that's thorough/ dependable and free. If we find you do have termites/ 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. aV ^^ssssssssssssW ^sssssssssW^ BBBBBBBBBBeM ^^^^^r^^B«BBal SIMPSON-POWELSON LUMBER CO. 188 a. Prairie 8% COMMERCIAL NOTES FOR SALE Leading Midwest Wholesale Grocery Firm is offering 8% Annual interest... 6 months Commerjcal Notes — Call Zone Manager: PHONE: 309-343 8739 Operating Engineers Local No. 649 APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM The Operating Engineers Local #649 Apprenticeship and Training Committee is taking applications for Apprentices from May 14,1973 through June 15, 1973 at the Union office, 404 N. State Street, Peoria, Illinois, between the hours of 9:00 A.M. and 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday. The basic requirements for applicants are as follows: 1. Age limit — 18 to 25 year (28 for veterans or previous work experience. 2. High school graduate or G.E.D. 3. All 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 #M9 Operating Engineers aUYIHO U.S. SILTM COIHS- Piw-'SS, paylnf 51% over face Value, also buylne U-S- and world told. Ph. MI-3339 before 9 :30 a.m. after 8 J >.m. MOBILE HOMI FOR SALE 10x80 Richardson, i Bedroom Mobile Home in real cool condition. Completely furnished. Oil furnace with fuel tank. PRICED S1.SII Phone 343-8365 • a.m. — StSO p.m. 342-2751 After I p.m. Ford % among ffactlornUy lower motors. Airlines, steels, rails and airefflits moved irregularly lower in fractions. Prices on the American Stock Exchange lost ground in vary sluggish trading. GARAGE SALI 449 Mormoe Or. LIRCOLKSHnit Then., May St — t-l atrollo - chair, complete bad* spring At mattrati, ex«K!l*e bike, childrens etothing St miSc. KITCHEN HELP WANTED PART TIME OR PULL TIME APPLY III PERSON MARTI E'S 37 S. CHERRY ST. FOR SALE 1171 HARLEY S» SPRIRT Red color, food eondtttM, SMS Call After 4:00 P.M. 342-7677 — PRESBYTERIAN — RESALE SHOP ECONOMY CORNER Knoxville, III. SUMMER HOURS Thurs. 104 a rAMtLY Backyard Sole Thurs., May 31—1 - 4 Frl., June 1—9 -12 In case of rain held Inside 2",i miles, W. of Victoria on Route 187 turn south on Appleton Blacktop 2V4 miles. Clothing for all, Norelco shaver, electric heater, toys & misc. FURNITURE 395 WEST LOSEY STREET SATURDAY, JUNE 2 — 1 O'CLOCK As we have sold ear home and moving ent of stale Coraln's wlU seU the following: Antique cedar chest, linen chest, corner whatnot, book shelves, wicker sewing basket, foot stool, musical instrument*, picture fram- Duncan Phy: chair, leather nf b . library table with brass trim, marble lavatories, davenport, studio living room suite, chair, lounge top step end tables, coffee table, Admiral black «t white TV set, Gateleg walnut table, wood trim sofa, Duncan Phyfe Dream Top Table, snack tables, books, Stereo-Hl-Fi records, Octagon Professional Poker Table, card tables it chairs, rumpus room table, sea shell & rocks, driftwood lamps, Hoover upright sweeper, woven Clake rugs, childs rocker, book shelves, pillow-type studio, Maple high back rocker, floor lamps, Dumonf Color TV Bet, bird planter lamp, knee hole desk, 2 lighted hand painted pictures, basket chair, Maple student desk. G.E. sweeper, i-pc. bedroom suite consisting of Dresser and Bench, Chest of Drawers, NUe Stand, Porch Swing Out King Slse Bed, Vanity at Chair, Maple dresser, chest of Drawers, twin bed, several chests, paper, wardrobe, bedding & linen, table model radio, drop leaf table & 2 chairs, breakfast, dining room chairs, drop' leaf Formica table, Ambassador II cu. ft. freeser-ferflgeraior, Norge electric range, dinette set, stainless steel serving cart,, electric roaster, ice chest, small electric appliances, step stool, dehumidifer, pots, pans, dishes, utility cabinet, Lady Kenmore Washer, coppertone electronic sensor dryer. Bar BQ, Tom & Jerry set, reel type mower, ice skates, Singer portable sewing machine, garden & yard tools, electric knife, yard chairs, tool box, hand tools. Admiral built-in- oven St range top. 'Lots of misc. merchandise too numerouse to mention. OWNERS — MR. at MRS. TED CLARK Crbln Auction Servlee—343-M33 Cook at Woods, Auctioneers DoLene Ceor, Clerk SALE TO BE HELD RAIN or SHINE HOUSEHOLD AUCTION Saturday Morning, June 2nd — 11 A.M. 239 Arnold St. As I have sold my home and have moved Into an apartment Coffey Brothers will sell the following list to the highest bidder. SOME ANTIQUES Nice Walnut Dropfront Secretary with glass front bookcase on top and two drawers in bottom, square nite stand with drawer, 7 old pocket watches, 2 old Swedish Bibles, wicker tea cart, sad iron, kerosene lamp, oak library table, old trunk, cain bottom ladder back chair, lots of old buttons, ice tongs, wicker fernery, seven green depression goblets, some World War One post cards, 2 wood hall trees, sheet music, 1908 Galesburg year book, old straight razor, other old books, old Swedish Sextioarminne. HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES St MISC. Large G.E. refrigerator, late model white gas range with visador oven, good 3 pc. chrome dlnnett set, Maytag wringer washer & tubs, 8 piece Duncan Phyfe dinning room suite with Credenza Buffet, 6 chairs and good table, walnut dream top table, 2 floor lamps, green recliner, oak rocker, several end tables, 9x12 grey floral rug, upright vacuum .sweeper, S piece metal card table set, 4 piece grep bedroom suite complete, 4 piece white bedroom suite, old treddie singer sewer, 30" rollaway bed, some bedding, some small hand tools', several ladders, garden and yard tools, lawn furniture, 2 lawn mowers and lots more misc. merchandise to numerous to mention. Mrs. Edna Johnson, Owner Dale Coffey Auctioneers—343-1388 or Ralph Coffey—342-8811 Robert Stewart—Clark Landowners or Auctioneers Not Responsible for Loss or Accident Automobile Night Estate Auction Furniture CORBINS DISCOUNT FURNITURE SALE 565 N. WEST ST. GALESBURG, ILL. Thurs., May 31st - 7:00 P.M. To settle the Estate of Dale Johnson, deceased, we will sell the following Chattel Property: Automebil.: 1967 Buick Wildcat Convertible in good running condition, good rubber. Furniture: 2-pc. beige living room suite; recliner; RCA Trlnline television set; maple cocktail table; limed oak lamp table; clock; bric-a-brac; pole lamp; smoker; 4-pc. mahogany bedroom suite; maple twin size bed; custoum jewelry; chest of drawers; vanity base; table model radio; refrigerator; elec. heater; 5-pc. dinette set; pots, pans, dishes; folding patio chairs; Electrolux sweeper; window tan; golf clubs; other miscellaneous merchandise. THE BANK OF GALESBURG, Executor of th. Estate of DALE JOHNSON, DecaMtd PEEL, HENNING, MATHERS, Attorneys For Th. Bank of Galasburg —- Phon. 342-OUS W. Will S.U 1 Other Lot of Antlquos at Furnitur. for Mrs. Horace Crawford as Conservator for Grace Berry. Antiques: No. 1 Large Dinner or School Bell with Yak.; iron horse; marble sink top; Round Oak Pedestal Table; oak hall seat and hat rack; combination bookcase and writing desk; oak dresser; Antique Dishes; mandolin; tamborlne. Furniture: 36" Kenmore range with' Visldor oven; 2— metal utility cabinets; glass door bookcase; metal ward robe; Pellora type •tudio; knee hole desk; bedroom furniture; other miscellaneous merchandise too numerous to mention. Maytag space saver washer it dryer, like new. MRS. HORACE CRAWFORD, Conservator for GRACE BERRY HERMAN ALLEN, Attorney for Mrs. Crawford CORBINS AUCTION SERVICE — Phono 343-8083 AuciloBMrs: COOK * WOODS Clerk: D.LENE COOK BACKYARD SALES Garage, Patio, Driveway, Basement, Front Room, Private Household Sales and ail 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. — Phon* 343-7181

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