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26 Gale^burg Jteajst ^Mqil, ,6gtesburg r JH.,_, . Monday; June 11, 1973 Market Reports Today GALESBURG OROfift BUYERS Burlington Northern Stockyards Market: 50c higher. No. 1-2: 200-230 ...$38.75-$39.00 j Quotations: No. 1-3: 200-230 $38.50-$38.75 No. 1-3: 230-260 $37.50-$38.50 No. 2-3: 260-300 __.$35.75-$37.50 Packing Sows: $25c higher. $31.75-$33.25 CHICAGO STOCKYARDS ATKINSON MARKET Volume: 3,000. Butcher Trend: 25c higher. No. 1-2: 200-225 __$40.00-$40.60 one load at $41.00 No. 2-4: 190-240 $39.50-$40.00 240-270 ___$39.00-$39.75 280-300 -.$37.50-$38.75 Sow Trend: steady to 25c higher. 300-500 _._$34.50-$36.25 KEWANEE AUCTION REPORT June 8, 1973 Receipts Cattle Calves Hogs Sheep This Week 103 10 201 112 Last Week 38 10 453 27 Last Year 61 18 551 64 CATTLE: Eeceipts mainly feeder cattle. Demand good. Feeder steers and heifers steady. Cows steady FEEDER CATTLE: Choice 300-500 lb. heifers 51.00-58.00; Good and Choice bred replacement cows 290.00-410.00 per head; some with calves at side 350.00-487.50 per pair. COWS AND BULLS: Utility and Commercial cows 30.25-34.00; Canner and Cutter 28.50-32.75. HOGS: Receipts mainly feeder pigs. Demand good. Prices .50-1.00 per head lower. FEEDER PIGS: U.S. 1-2 30-40 lb. 20.00-23.00; 50-60 lb. 26.00-28.50; all sold by the head; some U.S. 1-3 145 lb. 37.00; sold by weight; bred sows 93.00-145.00 per head. SHEEP: Good replacement ewes with lambs at side 14.50-17.50 per head. and heifers mostly 50 higher; part load choice and prime steers 1100 lb 48.00; choice 9501200 lb 46.5047.50; mixed good and choice 45.50-46,50; good 43.0045.50; choice and prime heifers 850 - 1000 45.50 - 45.75; choice 800-1050 lb 44.5045.50, mixed good and choice 43.0044.50; good 40.0043.00; choice vealers 58.00-64.00; good 54.0058.00. Sheep 450. In- Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - terior hogs: 13,000; uneven 25-50 higher; No 1-2 200-230 lb 39.00-39.25; No 1-3 200-235 lb 38.50-39.00, few 38.25; No 1-3 230-250 lb 38.0038.50; No 2-3 250-270 lb 37.2538.00. ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Missouri produce: Eggs consumer Grade A large 49-60, medium 44-56, small 3648; B large 44-56. Hens ice-packed broilers and fryers 41.7543.50 for this Week's delivery. St. Louis produce: Eggs wholesale Grade A large 3840, standard 30-35, medium 30-35, unclassified 16-20. GALESBURG GRAIN MARKET Consumer Grain & Supply Co. Market may cither go up or down by 1:30 p.m. when final bid arrives. 11:30 o'clock bid. No. 2 Corn (old) $2.22 New Corn $1.92 No. 1 Beans (old) ....$9.70 New $5.80 Chicago Grain Rang* CHICAGO (UPI) - Wheat, corn and soybeans were sub stantially higher at noon today on the Board of Trade Prices at Noon Wheat 2.83Vfe up 10 New York Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) - Stock market midday prices Peoria Livestock PEORIA, HI. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 2,100; steers and heifers 25-50 higher; high choice and prime steers 47.75-48.25; choice 46.75 - 47.75; good and choice 45.50-46.75; good 43.5045.50; choice and prime heifers 46.25-47.25; choice 45.00-46.25; good and choice 43.25 - 45.00; good 41.0043.25. Hogs 3,400; steady to 1.00 'higher under 250 lb, heavier steady; No 1-2 200-230 lb 40.2540.75, few 41.00; No 1-3 200-250 lb 39.5040.25; No 2-3 230-260 lb 39.00-39.75, 260-280 lb 38.00-39.00, 280-305 \b 37.00-38.00. Joliet Livestock JOLIET, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 3,000; steers and heifers fully steady; high choice and prime steers 48.2548.50, 1 load 48.75; choice 46.5048.25; good and choice 44.5045.75; choice heifers 46.5048.25; good and choice 44.00-45.75; no canner or cutter cows. Hogs 800; steady to 25, instances 50, higher; No 1-2 200230 lb 39.5040.00; No 1-3 200-260 lb 38.50-39.50. Tuesday estimated receipts: 250 cattle, 700 hogs. St, Louis Livestock ST. LOUIS (UPI)-Livestock: Hogs 5,500; steady to mostly 25 lower; No 1-2 200-230 lb mostly 39.75, 26 head 40.00; No 1-3 200-230 lb 39.25-39.75; 230-250 lb 38.50-39.50. Cattle 2,000; slaughter steers Admiral 9% AlldChem 33% AUd Strs 25% Allis Chal 8% Alcoa 59 7 / 8 Am Air 13 Am Can 333 Vs Am Cyan 25% AmElPwr 26% Am Mtrs 7% Am T&T 51% Anaconda WA Ashl Oil 28% Atl Rich 88y 2 Avco lOVa Bea Fds 25 Bendix 35% Beth Stl 29% Boeing 17% Borden 22% Cap C Bdg Catplr 55V2 Celanese 33% Cen II Lt 22 Cen Tel 23 7 / 8 Cessna 20% Chrysler 26% Cities Svc 45% Inland Stl 31% IBM 325 Int Harv 28% Int Nick 29 Int Paper 35% Int T&T 31% Iowa P&L 23 Johns-Mn 22 3 /4 Kennecott 24% Keys Cons 14 Kresge 36% Kroger 17% Litton 9 Lockhd 6% Mar Oil 31 Maytag 2SVi Merck 92% Minn Min 84% Mobil Oil 68% Monsanto 52% 37%Nat Bis 45y 4 Olin Corp 14% Outbd M 33% Owens-Ill 32% Penn Cen 2 Penney 82 Pepsi Cola 80% Pfizer 44Y8 Coca Cola 142%Phil Pet 51% Colum Gas 29% Procter G 105 Cornm Ed 32% Quak Oat 35% Jiy Sep Dec Jly Sep Dec Jly Aug Sep Nov Corn 2.83% up 7% 2.78 up 8% 2.19 2.09 Soybeans 10.80 10.30 8.44 6.26 2.29% up 8% up 7% up 6% up 63 up 36 up 31 up 31 Comsat 44V4 Cons Ed 23V4 Cont Can 27% Cont Oil 33% CPC Intl 29% Dana 31% Deere 40% Du Pont 166 Eastman 13iYi Exxon 98% Falstaff 3% Firestone 19% RCA 25% Rep Stl 25% Revlon 62% Safeway 30% St. Regis 37% SanFelnd 24% Sears 98 Shell Oil 51% Simmons 19% So Pac 31% Sperry 40% Std Bds 53% Ford Mtrs 58% SO Ind 89% Fruehauf 28 Stvns JP 27% Gam Sko 26% Stude 36 Gen Dyna 17% Texaco 36% Gen El 60% Tex Inst 96% Gen Fds 26% Un Carb 37% Gen Mtrs 69% Gen Tel 23V* Gen Tire 18 Goodrich 22% Goodyear 25% Greyhnd 14% Gulf Oil 23% 111 Cent 18% 111 Pwr 27% Un El 16% Utd Corp 8% US Gyps 21% US Stl 31% West Un 20% Wstghs El 34% Weyerh 59% Woolwrth 24% READ THE WANT ADS! Mercantile Exchange CHICAGO (UPI) - Futures on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange today: High Low Close Prev. Live Beef Cattle Jun 47.85 47.55 47.67 47.80 Aug 47.42 47.07 47.27 47.40 Oct 47.10 46.80 46.97 46.97 Dec 47.10 46.85 47.00 47.05 Feb 47.15 46.95 46.97 47.12 Apr 46.80 46.62 46.80 46.72 Jun 46.70 46.50 46.50 46.45 Live Hogs Jun 40.80 40.40 40.72 40.77 Jly 41.40 40.97 41.25 41.37 Aug 40.37 39.80 40.20 39.85 Oct 39.25 38.22 39.25 38.90 Dec 39.60 39.05 39.50 39.20 Feb 39.75 39.30 39.65 39.40 Apr 37.95 37.50 37.75 37.50 Jun 38.20 37.97 37.97 38.00 Jly 38.00 38.00 Frozen Pork Bellies Jly 56.70 56.00 56.65 56.25 Aug 55.95 55.00 55.70 55.37 Feb 55.25 54.02 55.25 54.32 Mar 55.00 53.70 55.00 53.90 May 54.60 53.70 Prices Mixed, Trading Slow On Exchange Chicago Produce CHICAGO (UPI)-Cheese: Processed loaf 70.50-80.50; single daisies 79.82; Swiss blocks 80-100 lb Grade A 89-82.50, B 90.50. CHICAGO (UPI) - Midwest eggs: Steady; prices unchanged; extra large 61; large 60; medium 57; pullets 48; standard 51; checks 40. GARAGE SALE 301 W. ANN KNOXVILLE, ILL. TUES., June, 12—8 a.m. - ? Antiques, lantern, dishes, vases, pictures, Bluebird glass, Etc. Clothes, nic-nacs. Lots of bargains. FOR SALE JUST NORTH OF ALTONA ON RT. 34 2 ACRES with modern 3 bedrm. 2 story frame home. Has basement, garage & workshop. Will sell at 520,000. Will Show By Appointment LEO F. HAGER ALTONA 484-5993 Quality & Beauty IN CONCRETE STEPS Manufactured In Galesburg Footings Installed to Below Frost at No Extra Charge Delivered at No Extra Charge In Galesburg Area Ornamental Iron Railings Available For All Steps Constructed In One Piece With Non-Skid Surfaces Reinforced For Exceptional Strength and Durability CONCRETE MATERIALS COMPANY 1050 Monmouth Blvd. 343-3181 GALESBURG 3 FAMILY GARAGE SALE 1749 Rock Island Ave. TUESDAY, June 12 9 a.m. - ? Complete set of Maple bunk beds, other beds, clothing & misc. Out of BEAN SEED? PLANT O'S GOLD TX95-DAY CORN Call 742-8390 342-6854 772-3502 DEALERS WELCOME 1 NEW YORK (UPI) - Prices turned mixed in very slow activity today on the New York Stock Exchange. Minutes before noon, the Dow Jones industrial average had slipped 0.45 to 919.55. Gainers were leading losers, 720 to 382, among 1,490 issues across the tape. Turnover in the first two hours came to about 4,500,000 shares, compared to about 6,500,000 shares in the same period Friday. Leading the actives, American Telephone & Telegraph warrants were unchanged at 5 7 /a on volume of 11,400, including a block of 103,600 at 5%. W.T. Grant was second, and lost V* to 17% oh 61,400 shares, followed by International Telephone & Telegraph Corp. which dropped 1 to 31% un 58,500 shares. McDonald's plunged 2%. An analyst for A.G. Becker pub- ished a highly critical appraisal of the stock's prospects. Superior Oil jumped 2, ennzoil 1%, while Philips etroleum, Atlantic Richfield and Getty each lost 1. Fairchild Camera dropped Vi and IBM gained 1% among mixed computers and electronics stocks. Dow rose % and Allied Chemical % in the chemicals which moved irregularly higher. UAL, Inc. lost VA. Other airlines and aircrafts were virtually unchanged. Motors and rails tacked on slight gains, while steel fell in fractions. Prices on the American Stock Exchange posted a broad advance in sluggish Egg Industry Says Grain Firms Causing High Prices By BERNARD BRENNER UPI Farm Editor WASHINGTON (UPI) - Egg industry spokesmen here charge that consumer prices for livestock and poultry products, including eggs, are being driven up by "inflationary profiteering" of a few giant grain corn- parties. On the Farm Front trading. Man Drowns OTTAWA, 111. (UPI) - David Anzaloua, 27, drowned Sunday west of here in a pond which was the scene of another drowning three days earlier. READ THE WANT ADS! 3 FAMILY GARAGE SALE 444 HARDING Tues., June 12 8 A.M. - 2:30 Removal of Trees STUMP REMOVAL TREE PLANTING TRIMMING — FEEDING SHADE TREES FOR SALE SOUTHARD TREE SERVICE 343-7618 — 342-8652 The complaint comes from United Egg Producers, a federation of producer cooperatives, which has asked the House subcommittee on livestock and grains to probe the situation and take "whatever steps are necessary to protect the American consumer from rising prices . . . and protect the American farmer from the spiraling cost of producing these foods." The UEP, in a statement filed with the subcommittee, said that while consumers have been complaining about rising egg prices, the increases have been profitless for farmers because of the rapidly escalating cost of feeds like soybean meal and corn. In the first three months of 1973, for example, UEP said higher feed costs wiped out the impact of higher egg prices for farmers and left them with a loss of about seven-tenths of a cent for every dozen they produced. Never before have farmers lost money when egg prices were so high, the UEP noted. Looking ahead, the UEP predicted even worse news for both farmers and consumers unless the government steps in with export controls or other actions to hold down feed costs. "Our statistical department projects the egg industry must see a 60.8 cents a <ktm wholesale egg market at New York in the April-June quarter and a 66.8 cent market hi the July September quarter just to break even. I^ese wholesale prices are almost impossible, since re tail prices would reach $1 per dozen in supermarkets across the country," the egg group said. What's happening? Soybean meal has risen from $94 per ton in May, 1972, to $390 a ton in May 30, 1973; corn prices at Chicago May 30 were $2.32 a bushel compared with $1.28 a year earlier. The increases have been attributed to a combination of factors including short crops abroad last year and booming demand for Amer lean farm products. Grain Futurat CHICAGO (UPI) - Grain range: High Low Close Prev. Wheat Jly Sep Dec Mar May Corn Jly Sep Dec Mar May mm nm 274 285% 280 285% 276 279% 27614 279% 269V6 276V4 273 mVi M6V4 272 Mft 272 262 230% 2*2 230% 221 221'/* UPk 221% 211 212% 203 212% 202 211V& 204 21114 203 208'/4 201 208 1 /*! 199 Oats (old) Jly 106% 104V4 106% 104H Oats (new) Jly Sep Dec Soybeans 107% 103% 107 102% MV< 106 >/4 111 105% 115 109% 114% 109M Discover Body OTTAWA, 111. (UPI) - John Aubrey, 64, Ottawa, listed by police as missing since he left for work from his home Thursday, was found dead in the Illinois River near Peru Sunday. READ THE WANT ADS! BACKYARD SALE 812 S. Henderson TUESDAY, JUNE 12»h 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. Luggage carrier, children's ladies St. men's clean clothes & misc. PORCH SALE 555 N. BROAD Monday Evening All Day Tuesday Clothes, nic-nacs, & misc. WANTED Roofing, Siding and Cement Work Reasonable Prices Phone 289-4630 or 289-2821 WANTED SECRETARY - BOOKKEEPER CALL MR. VAN GIESON 343-2184 FERRIS FURNITURE For Sale Acreage BEST BUY On Black Top juit Souih irom Altona t 8 Acre tract has utilities at $12,000 • 3 Bedroom Ranch —Carpeted, 2 car garage & basement, (2 baths, many extras on 2 acres landscaped and fenced. $30,000 • 3 Bedroom Tri-Level — Carpeted Ig. beautiful family room, central air, garage & basement, patio, will sell for S32.500. Contract available. Call 484-5993 for Appt. Leo Hoger Broker, Auctioneer, Appraiser BOY SCOUT TROOP No. 207 Ice Cream Social 1374 E. MAIN Mon., June 11-6-9 Sponsored by E. Main St. Church STORAGE TRAILERS For Sale or Rent- Call 289-4348 WANTED TO BUY SCRAP IRON (Will Pick Up) Junk Cars Removed D&D SERVICE 529-9431 529-9493 Please Remove All PLASTIC FLOWERS From The Prairie City Cemetery Before June 12, 1973 Prairie City Cemetery Assoc. OLD CUSHMAN GOLF CART New engine, new battery, ri perfect. $400.00 or best otter HARRY A. NELSON Rio — Ph. 872-2286 Moving to Arizona 1973 LIVING AT 1972 PRICES See our new 3 bedroom, carpeted, two car garage home located in Knoxviile at 117 Prairie Ct. Open evenings June 12 through June 15 from 5 P.M. to 8 P.M. and open Saturday and Sunday, June 16 and 17, from 2 P.M. to 8 P.M. PECK REAL ESTATE No. 2 Weinberg Arcade 342-9178 or 343-8270 NEIGHBORHOOD YARD SALE (Garage If Rain) 1737 N. PRAIRIE Tues., June 12 8 a.m. - S p.m. 2 Boys Sting Ray bicycles, 3 bedspreads & curtains, hair dryers, lots of girls & boys clothes sz. 8 — teens, woman's & men's clothes, hundreds of paperbacks, children's books, games & toys. Absolutely Nothing Sold Before 8 A.M. Tuesday THE BEST RUN FOR YOUR MONEY • . Stationery • Tickets • Envelopes • Business Card GODSIL PRINTING 817 E. Brooks 343-4558 BUFFALO All-Flex Rear Mounted Cultivators with individual row flex rolling coulter guage wheels adjustable dirt shields heavy duty disk hillers You haven't seen the best in cultivators until you've seen this one. See it today at John Fayhee Sons Prairie City (309) 775-3317 i NOTICE Marianna, Jane, Becky, Pam and Aunt Halice — Rick Rylander's New Number U 484-6352 ,*OTO-ROOTIR FOR CLOGGED SEWERS, ft DRAINS Don't No Dig Up Charge Your Sewei If We Fail Call 343 6913 — or Phone 342-6430 GUARANTEED WORK NOTICE FOR BIDS The Board of Education of the AlWood Community Unit School District No. 225 will receive bids until eight o'clock P.M. Wed., July 11, 1973 lor the following: Gasdine and fuel oil for 1973-74 school year. Bread and milk for the school lunch program for the 1973-74 school year. Further information on above may be had by calling the school unit ollice — 529-5011 or contacting Harold Grams, Supt., Alpha, 111. PLASTIC SHEETING 4 Mil, 10'x25', 250 Sq. Ft. For the HOME For the GARDEN For the AUTOMOBILE BLACK or CLEAR Appliance covers, bedspread tors, log covers, storage box rug protector, drop cloth. protec- linens, Frost protection, weed control, bar-b- que grill cover, wading pool cover. Equipment cover. Fender stery cover, Cover . cover, car trunk liner, uphol- floor drain protector, tool PACKAGED IN CONVENIENT 15" ROLLS Only 2.95 GALESBURG uilders 600 E. MAIN mply Co STREET Jly Aug Set Nov Jan Mar May 1155 1034 853 635 620 1025 .985 815 594 578 609% 572 1156 1015 1034 994 853 813 635 596 620 581 0O9M 570 607 568% 607 568 Treasury Accounts Withdrawals $256,785,488,284.81 Deposits 227,601,001,390.49 Cash balance 4,373,999,178.84 Public debt 454,307,484,498.66 Market* at a Olanct By United Press International Stocks mixed in very slow trading. Bonds slightly lower. U.S. government bands slightly lower In quiet trading. American stocks mixed In very slow trading. Cotton futures mostly lower. Chicago grain futures higher. Cattle steady; top 48.75, Dow Jones Averages 30 indus 915.79 off 4.21 20 trans 161.56 off 0.85 15 utils 107.46 up 0.13 65 stocks 280.04 off 1.05 • LANDSCAPE GRAVEL • JTEEL LANDSCAPE EDGING GALESBURG Builders Supply Co 600 E. MAIN STREET Phone 342 - 4155 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 TOP QUALITY — ALLIED CHEMICAL BLACK TOP SEALER Seal, protect and beautify your blacktop driveway with Allied Chemical Sealer — The finest product available. Just pour and spread. Complete instructions on container. Phone 342-4155 for representative for assistance with your installation GALESBURG uilders Supply Co 600 E. MAIN ST. Phone 342-4155 MERCER COUNTY LIVESTOCK AUCTION VIOLA, ILL WED., JUNE 13, 1973 9:30 AM — 12:30 PM 12 Mixed stock cows 20 Angus steers & heifers, avg. 400 12 Hereford steers & heifers, avg. 525 26 Hereford & Angus steers & heifers, avg. 550 100 Mixed steers & heifers, avg. 300-800 100 Mixed pigs, avg. 80 75 Mixed pjgs, avg. 100 50 Mixed pigs, avg. 40 If you have livestock for sale please give up a call. We wawt to help you. 9:30 A.M. — FAT CATTLE 12:30 P.M. — SHEEP, HOGS, FEEDER CATTLE Mercer Co, Livestock Auction Home of Locally Consigned Cattle. For Further Information, Phone Office Phone 596-2125 — Home 667-2218, Day or Night JtONALD DOUBLEH • Manager 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 it to be published. GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL DISPLAY ADV. — Phono 343-7181

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