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Market Reports Today CHICAGO STOCKYARDS ATKINSON MARKET Volume: 3,100. Butcher Trend: opened 25c- 60c higher, closed steady. No. 1-2: 200-225 $39.25-$39.80 No. 2-4: 190-240 $38.60-$39.25 240-270 $37.50-$30.00 280-300 $36.2B-$37.00 Sow Trend: 25c higher. 300-600 ...$33.6O-$35.0O QALESBURG ORDER BUYERS Burlington Northern Stockyards Market: 75c higher. No. 1-2: 200-230 $37.75-$38.00 Quotations: No! 1-3: 200-230 $37.25-$37.75 No. 1-3: 230-260 $36.50-$37.25 No. 2-3: 260-300 _„__ $34.75-$36.50 Packing Sows: 25c higher. $31.50-$33.00 Peoria Livestock PEORIA, 111. (UPI) - Live stock: Cattle 2,000; steers steady to 25 higher; heifers steady; high choice steer top 47.50; choice heifers top 46.50. Bogs 3,400; unevenly 50-1.00 higher; No 1-2 200-230 lb 39.5039.75; No 1-3 200-250 lb 39.0039.50; No 2-3 230-260 lb 38.5039.00; 260-280 lb 38.00-38.50, 280290 lb 37.00-38.0, 290-330 lb 36.00-37.00; No 2-4 300-340 35.50 36.00. Joliot Livestock JOLIET, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle .2,800; and heifers steady; high choice and prime steers 47.5047.75; choice 46.25 47.50; good and choice 44.5046.75; good 43.50-44.50; standard and good 42.00-42.50; choice heifers 45.50-46.50; good and choice 44.0045.50; good 42.50- 44.00; no canner or cutler cows. Hogs 800; 25-75 higher; No 1-2 200-220 lb 39.0049.50; No 1*3 200250 lb 38.25-39.00; No 24 250-280 lb 37.5048.25. Tuesday's estimated receipts: cattle 300, hogs 800. MARKET Pan ... ,.."'".„„..... KEWANEE AUCTION HEPOrfT Aae*Ipl« Ctf iU CtlvM Mofli Bh««p This W««k fifl 10 4B.1 27 Last Week 104 7 180 B9 Last Y«flr 71 18 305 78 CATTLE: RecalfcU mninly feeder cattle. Demand good, feeder steers and heifers steady. Cows 1.00 lower. FEEDER CATTLE: Good B80-860 lb. steers 40.00-44.50; Good and Choice bred replacement cows 305.00-332.00 per head. COWS AND BULLS: Cutter and Utility COWS 30.20-33.40. , , HOGS: Receipts mainly feeder pigs. Demand fairly good. Prices 1.50-2.00 per head lower. , , FEEDER PIGS: U.S. 1-2 30-40 lb. 18.50-23.75; 40-50 lb. 23.60-28i00t some 70 lb. 32.25; some 110 lb. 43,50: all sold by the head; bred sows 127.50189.00 per head. SHEEP: Some Good replacement ewes with lambs at side 20.25 per head. Chicago Grain Range CHICAGO (UPI)-Wheat and corn were substantially higher and soybeans irregularly higher at noon today on the Board of Trade. Prices at Noon Wheat 2.87% up Wt 2.84ft up 5% 2.77 up WA Corn 2.29% up 8% 122 up 8'/4 2.02% up 4 Soybeans 11.65 up 32ft 10.74 up 40 8.79 up 12ft 6.42 up 4 Jly Sep Dec Jly Sep Dec Jly Aug Sep Nov Interior "Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - In terior hogs: 26,000; uneven, mostly 50 higher; No 1-2 200-230 lb 38,00 38.25, few 38.50; No 1-3 200-235 lb few 240 lb mostly 37.7548.00, few 37.50; No 14 230-250 lb 37.00-37.75; No 2-3 250-270 lb 36.2547.25. St, Louis Livestock ST. LOUIS (UPI)^Livestock Hogs 5,500; 75-1.00 higher; No 1-2 200-230 lb 39.25-39.50; No 1-3 200-230 lb 39.0049.25; 230-250 lb 38.50-39.00. Cattle 2,500; slaughter steers steady to 25 higher; slaughter heifers steady; load high choice steers 1300 lb 47.25; choice 9501250 lb 46.0047.00; mixed good and choice 45.0046.00; choice and prime heifers 850-1000 lb 45.00; choice 800-1050 lb 44.00. 44.75; mixed good and choice 42.5044.00; choice vealers 58.0064.00; good 54.00-58.00. Sheep 300. Committee Out to Prevent Outbreaks of Hog Cholera By JUDY PRIE WASHINGTON (UPI) - A Department of Agriculture advisory committee has called for identification of all swine shipped across state lines in order to prevent outbreaks of hog cholera. Hog cholera is a highly infectious viral disease that is usually fatal to swine animals, but does not affect humans. Eradication procedures have been handled on an emergency basis since October of last year when widespread 'outbreaks threatened existing eradication programs in the Southeast and Midwest. Another outbreak occurred May 2 in a herd near Progresso, Tex., less than a half - mile from the Mexican border. Two other cases in Puerto Rico were discovered late in March. Meeting in conjunction with the annual meeting of Livestock Conservation, Inc., the 12-member USDA Hog Cholera Eradication Advisory Committee stressed the need for identifca- tion to facilitate rapid tracing of infected animals back to their herds of origin. State or federal regulations currently require that most feeder and breeder swine be in (dividually identified by ear tag, ear notch, tattoo or other mark ing if they are to be shipped across state lines. However, the regulations do not cover hogs marketed for slaughter. The committee also recommended that states be encouraged to halt the feeding of garbage to swine, after allowing time for garbage feeders to convert to another feed source. They reported a process had been developed in Georgia that converts garbage into nutritious feed supplement for poultry or livestock. During 1972, they said, over 18 per cent of hog cholera cases were caused by feeding the animals improperly cooked garbage. Nine states — Alabama, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Dakota, (Virginia and Wisconsin — now prohibit feeding any garbage or food wastes to swine. All other states require that garbage must be cooked if it is to be fed to the animals. The committee acknowledged, however, that those state laws have been difficult to enforce. OALESBURG ORAtN MARKET Consumer Grain & Supply Co. Market may either «b up or ddwn by 1:30 p.m. When final bid arrive*. 11:30 o'clock bid. No. 2 Corn (old) $2.27 New Corn $1.88 No. 1 Beans (old) $11.45 New „.-$6.20 New York Stdckt NEW YORK (UPI) - Stock market midday prices; Admiral 9ft 111 Pwr 28ft AlldChem 32%, Inland Stl 30% AIM Mills 19% IBM 309ft AIM Strs 24% Int Itarv 27% Alld Chem 32% Int Nick 27% Alcoa 58 ft Am Air 14ft Am Can 32ft Am Cyan 22% Am Dist 20ft A/mElPwr 26ft Am Mtrs 6% Am T&T 50ft Anaconda 17% Ashl Oil 24% At! Rich 81ft Avco 9% Bea Fds 23ft Bendix 35ft Beth Stl 28% Boeing, 17ft Borden 21% Mercantile Exchange upi 06-04 02:00 ped CHICAGO (UPI) - Futures on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange today: High Low Close Prev. Live Beef Cattle Jun 47.90 47.55 47.82 47.77 Aug 47.80 47.40 47.75 47.37 Oct 47.35 46.92 47.35 46.92 Dec 47.42 47.07 47.42 46.87 Feb 47.52 47.10 47.52 47.00 Apr 46.75 46.60 46.75 46.45 Jun 46.75 46.50 46.75 46.30 Live Hogs Jun 40.65 40.20 40.50 40.40 Jly 41.55 41.00 41.55 40.92 Aug 40.80 40.37 40.80 40.10 Oct 39.60 39.10 39.60 38.92 Dec 39.97 39.50 39.95 39.40 Feb 40.65 39.85 40.50 39.75 Apr 38.75 38.25 38.75 38.00 Jun 39.25 39.00 39.00 38.50 Jly 39.40 38.80 39.40 38.65 Frozen Pork Bellies Int Paper 34% int T&T 32% Iowa P&L 22% Johns-Mn 22 Kennecott 23% Keys Cons 13% Kresge 36% Kroger 16 Lib McN 4ft Litton 7ft Lockhd 5% Mar Oil 30 Maytag 26% Merck 86ft, Minn Mdn 81% Mobil Oil 64 Monsanto 50% Cap C Bdg 35ftNat Bis 42% Catplr 57 Celanese 29% Cen II Lt 23 Cen Tel 22ft Cessna 21ft Chrysler 27 Olin Corp 13% Outbd M 34% Owens-Ill 32% Penn Cen 2 Penney 80% Pepsi Cola 80 Cities Svc 44% Pfizer 40ft Coca Cola 135ftPhil Pet 48ft Colum Gas 29ftProcter G 97% Comm Ed 32% Quak Oat 34% Comsat 46% Cons Ed 23% Oont Can 26% Cont Oil 31ft CPC Ml 29ft Dana 31ft Deere 39ft Du Pont 165 Eastman 128 Exxon 93ft Falstaff 4 Firestone 19ft Ford Mtrs 56ft SO Ind 86% Fruehauf 27ft Stude 37ft Gam Sko 25ft Texaco 34% Gen Dyna 17% Tex Inst 92% Gen El 57% UN Carb 37% RCA 24% Rep Stl 25ft Revlon 62% Safeway 30% St. Regis 37 SanFelnd 23ft Sears 96ft Shell Oil 49ft Simmons 18% So Pac 28ft Sperry 36ft Std Bds 51% Jly Aug Feb Mar May 58.40 57.85 58.22 57.90 57.70 57.15 57.70 57.07 56.95 56.30 56.95 56.40 56.55 56.10 56.55 56.10 - - 56.45 56.00 Grain Future* CHICAGO (UPI) _ Grain Gen Fds 24 Gen Mtrs 66ft Gen Tel 28% Gen Tire 18 Goodrich 22% Goodyear 26 Greyhhd "14% Gulf Oil 22% 111 Cent 18V4 range: High Low Close Prev. Wheat Jly 293ft 286 293ft 282% Sep 288% 282 288% 278ft Dec ' 283%275ft 283% 273 Mar 282% 274ft 282%: 273 Corn Jly 233 ft 227ft 233ft 223 ft Sep 223% 218ft 223% 214 Dec 208% 202 208% 199 Mar 209ft 201ft 209ft 199 May 206ft 200 206ft 196ft Oats (old) Jly 112% 107 112% 107 Oats (new) Jly 112% 107ft 112ft 106% Sep 115 111 115 109ft Dec 117 113 117 112 Soybeans Jly 1212 1150 1212 1135 Aug 1074 1065 1074 1034 Sep 906ft 870 906ft 866ft Nov 678 630 678 636 Jan 659ft 618 659% 619 Mar 652ft 600 652% 612 May 646 594 646 605 Un El 16% Utd 'Corp 7% US Gyps 21V4 US Stl 30% West Un 22ft Wstghs El 33ft Weyerh 56% Woolwrth 21% READ THE WANT ADS! GARAGE SALE June 5 & 6 - 9 - 4 849 E. Berrien St. Wooden clothes closet, clothing, baby clothes, bassinet, walker, girl's 20-ln. bicycle, dishes, odd & ends. PLANTS SWEET POTATO PLANTS 50c DOZ. FLOWER SALE MAHAR'S GREENHOUSE 306 E. South—Knoxvllle, 111. Markets at a Glance By United Press International Stocks lower in moderate •trading. Bonds narrowly mixed. U.S. government bonds lower in quiet trading. American stocks lower in moderate trading. Cotton futures higher. Chicago grain futures higher. Cattle steady; top 47.75. Comp Of any Solves Problem Absentee Ownership By LEROY POPE UPI Business Writer NEW YORK (UPI) - Absen tee ownership long has been recognized as a frequent cause of big business losses. R. V. Drouillard, who runs a company called Absentee Business Today Owner Management Corp. at Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, Fla., claims to have found an answer to the absentee ownership problem. Florida probably has more businesses with absentee owners than any other state. Rich businessmen vacationing in the Sunshine State buy prosperous businesses witli the idea of taking over their management on retirement. Other wealthy tourists just buy them for investments. Then trouble begins. Dishonesty Big Problem "The men who run these enterprises for the owners living in northern states most of the year start goofing off," dishonest managers and work- Drouillard said. "They either are not good enough managers or they get sticky fingers and skim off the profits. Dishonesty causes more problems than the lack of ability." Drouillard, a transplanted French Canadian with university business school training, founded his business after running a Chevrolet dealership and founding three independent auto rental companies in Florida. He currently provides overseeing management for 12 enterprises, including one manufacturer, who makes large fiberglass party fishing boats. The other firms are retail service businesses. "I am both the super visor and the policeman," Drouillard said. "For, sad to relate, I have nearly always found dishonesty is rife in a business with absentee owners unless someone knowledgeable is keeping clpse watch all the time." Sums Are Amazing Drouillard said the sums ers siphon out of such firms are amazing and once the dishones ty is halted it often is possible to turn such a company around in a few months. Drouillard says he can do his best jobs for firms with sales of $300,000 a year to perhaps $2 million. Firms with sales of under $100,000 a year usually can't afford such a service. "I don't manage these businesses day to day," he explained. "I put in a good professional manager and oversee him. My compensation from the owner varies according to how much time I have to put into the supervision." Drouillard said there is room for more management firms like his in Florida, considering, how many absentee-owned businesses there are in the state," but I warn anybody who tries it that it can be a sticky business. There's a lot that can be learned in it only by experience." Backyard Sale Tues., June 5 9-4 285 MICHIGAN AVE. Clothing, mlnl-blke. and misc. MOVING SALE , Mon. & Tues. Evening JUNE 4 It 5 S p.m. to 9 p.m. Hard rock maple twin beds complete, new red shag carpet, 12x18; new baby crib mattress; chlldrens clothing & many other items. 748 BATEMAN ST. Emergency Phone Numbers Galesburg Police ...342-0101 Fire - 117 Knox County Sheriff 343-3121 State Police: Rock Island 788-9501 Peoria 676-2116 Macomb 833-2141 FBI 786-2663 Tornado Alert—Call Police Medical Emergency, Poison Control: Cottage 343-4121 St. Mary's 343-3161 FISH : 343-7807 Hotline 58 343-5858 Salvation Army 343-6924 Alcoholics Anonymous 342-2179 Humane Officer 343-2504 Ri\ BATTER UP! Better Buy FIRST AID SUPPLIES and be safe at home. CLARK DRUG 1440 N. H enderson 342-41^9 Legal Notice STATEMENT OF NONMSCftlMtNATtON "The undersigned have each filed with the Federal Government a Compliance Assurance n which it assures the Rural Electrification Administration hat it will comply fully with all requirements of Title VI of he Civil Rights Act of 1964 and he Rules and regulations of the Department of Agricultural issued thereunder, to the end that no person in the United States shall, on the ground of race, color, or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrim- nation in the conduct of its program and the operation of its •acHities. Under this Assurance, his organization is committed not to discriminate against any person on the ground of race, color or national origin in its policies and practices relating o applications for service or any other policies and practices relating to treatment of benefi ciaries and participants includ ing rates, conditions and exten sion of service, use of any of Its facilities, attendance at and participation in any meetings of beneficiaries and participants or the exercise of any rights of such beneficiaries and participants in the conduct of'the operations of this organization. Any person who believes himself, or any specific class of individuals, to be subjected by this organization to discrimination prohibited by Title VI of the Act and the Rules and Regulations issued thereunder may, by himself or a representative, file with the Secretary of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250, or the Rural Electrification Administration, Washington, D .C. 20250, or this organization, or all, a written complaint. Such complaint must be filed not later than 90 days after the alleged discrimination, or by such later date to which the Secretary of Agriculture or the Rural Electrification Administration extends the time for filing. Identity of complain ants will be kept confidential except to the extent necessary to carry out the purposes of the Rules and Regulations." , MID CENTURY TELEPHONE COOPERATIVE, CANTON, ILLINOIS SPOON RIVER ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC. CANTON, ILLINOIS WESTERN ILLINOIS POWER COOPERATIVE, INC., JACKSONVILLE, ILLINOIS 6/4; IT LONDON (UPI) - The price of gold, already at record highs, jumped to a new peak, for London, of $121.50 an ounce in early trading today. The dollar rode the other end of a financial aee-saw and dropped to a new 'low in West Germany. Some dealers linked the flight from the dollar into gold to the latest reports about the Watergate affair. "The longer Watergate drags on and the more revelations crop up, the more the dollar is likely to come under pressure," said \a spokesman for the London merchant bank of N.M. Rothschild and Sons, Ltd. Galesburg Registe^Mail > GglMbufg> lit. ^ Monday, June 4, \97&.2\ Gold, Dollar Set Records In Trading DRIVEWAY SALE 1066 GARDEN LANE Tues., June 5 S A.M. id 6 P.M. Women's & boys' clothes, books, toys, TV, misc. IterrfS. B & R CARPET SERVICE Installation, Restretchlng, Repairs — (Cigarette burns, seams, reweavlng). REASONABLE RATES Call 342-4650 Removal of Trees STUMP REMOVAL TREE PLANTING TRIMMING — FEEDTNO SHADE TREES FOR SALE SOUTHARD TREE SERVICE 343-7618 — 342-8SS2 TOO LATE? For Full Season Corn? I Have Good Supply of SORT and MEDIUM SEASON CORN Now Available. BOB INNESS DeKalb Dealer Ph. 343-6462 For Sole WOODED MOBILE HOMESITE! VA to 1 Acre in Size All Utilities Included. PH. 375-6712 WATAGA, ILL. DRIVEWAY SALE Monday, June 4 2-8 P.M. Tuesday, June 5 8 - 11 A.M. 390 FAIR ACRE DRIVE KOTO-ROOTIR tk DRAINS Don't Dig Up Your Sewei| Call 343-6913 — or Phone 342-6430 GUARANTEED WORK No Charge If We Fail Community Pest Control Spring Clean-Out Special Roaches Water Bugs Ants, Fleas Service Operator Carl A. Haneghan Phone 342-1694 Average Size Home $ 16 95 CONSIGNMENT SALE CORBIN'S DISCOUNT FURNITURE STORE 565 NORTH WEST ST. Thurs., June 7th - 7:00 P.M. We will sell the following consigned Furniture: Library table, 3-pc. sectional sofa, Voice of Music console stereo, matching Mr, and Mrs, chair and ottoman, rug & pads, 10x12 Congo rug, lounge chairs, bookselves, tables and table lamps, spool beds, mahogany dresser and mirror, chest V robe, poster bed complete, refrigerator, apt. size gas stove, automatic washer, lawn mower, metal porch chair, floor fan, table fan, garden and yard tools, air conditioner, and other misc. merchandise, including tank and stool, pots, pans, and dishes, garbage disposal, outboard motor, kitchen sink. CORBIN'S AUCTION SERVICE — Phono 343-9033 COOK and WOODS—Auctioneers DELENE COOK—Clerk Ws can use a little more merchandise on this Auction. If you have anything to sell, bring it to Corbln's by noon Thursday or call 343-9033. 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 #649 Operating Engineers JOIN us rbft Diseovfifiv IN V.B.S. THIS YEAH Crafts. Stories. Songs. Games. JUNE 11-15 „ Tlm» 6:30 to 8:45 FIRST CHUftCtt. Of THE NAZARENB Elm and WeblUr Vacation Blblt School YARD SALE 1055 N. Kellogg TUES., JUNE 5 8 A.M. to 4 P.M. Lots of Everything. WANTED Experienced Ogenrtnt For Beauty Shop j APPLY IN PERSON' BEAUTY LAND; 95 E. simiMon* HTTJ OALGSBURG ! SOAP BOX DERflY RACE DAY -Jm Sunday, June 24 1 P.M. South Academy it Kn*»llft«i Oaleibufg, Ullnoli Tot Information Call 342-3655 WANTED Housekeeping Personnel Immediately Will consider all applications. Applyl In Person 565 W. Main St. FOR SALE OR 4-, TRADES^ For farm of any size, small home — big lot, North ,-lotatIon, perfect size for older couple. Dick DohTr, Alexis, III. ; V ; 482-3891 or 342-5234; •• .,. ^jjini .1 NEEDED For EXECUTIVE: 4 or 5 BEDROOM HOME $50,000 or Over Please Call 343-6121 TUCKfR-SWAHSON REAII0R NOTICE ALEXIS TELEPHONE .. CUSTOMERS The letter you received concerning service improvements and dial instructions was incomplete. Please add the following dialing instructions. il .^L The DDD access code will change from 116 to 1. The Operator access code will change from 119 to 0. Continental Telephone Co. of Illinois MERCER COUNTH LIVESTOCK AUCTION VIOLA, ILL. WED., JUNE 6, 1973 9:30 AM 12:30 PM .iff 16 Angus steers & heifers, avg. 400 lbs. 10 Angus Holstein Cross heifers, avg. 350 lbs. 12 Hereford steers & heifers, avg. 500 lbs. 30 Angus & Hereford siteers & heifers 550 lbs. 100 Mixed steers & heifers, avg. 300-800,lbs. 65 Hamp pigs, avg. 40 lbs. 75 Mixed pigs, avg. 55 lbs. If you have livestock to sell give us a call. Strong demands remain for all classes of livestock. Last week light weight steer calves to $66.50, light weight heifer calves to $56.50, one load of choice fat heifers $46.30. 9:30 A.M. — FAT CATTLE 12:30 P.M. —-SHEEP, HOGS, FEEDER CATTLJ Mercer Co. Livestock Auction Home of Locally Consigned Cattle. For Further Information, Phone ~—; Office Phone 596 2125 - Home 667-2218, Day or Night RONALD DOUBLER - Manager PLANT THIS WINNING FUNK'S-G COMBINATION G-4444 G-4445 Recognized Yield Champ Running Mate for EARLY MATURING - TOP YIELDING Dependable Hybrids From Dependable People Swanson Seed Farms HMkwiMuliTf V |i«M> lu» fctt iiM C: INC. GALESBURG, IU. Phone 342-7121

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