Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 21, 1973 · Page 27
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Market Reports Today OALESBUitG OIIATM MAltKEtj Consumer Grnln & Supply Co. Mnrket rnny either go up or flown by 1:30 p.m. when final bid nrrives. 11:30 o'clock bid. No. 2 Corn (old) $2.32 New Corn $1.34 Chicago Grain Range CHICAGO (UPlHWhcat was substantially lower and corn itiixed at noon today on the Board of Trade. Prices at Noon Wheat 2.(5!) off 4% Jly Sep Dee Jly Sep 'Dec Trade 2.68 off 5 2.67 '/4 off4Vs Corn 2.32'/a up Vz 2,19 up Vk •1.98% off 2% Soybeans suspended until Friday. Mercantile Exchange CHICAGO (UPI) - Futures on the Chicago Mercentile Exchange today: High Low Close Prcv. Live Beef Cattle Aug 47.40 47.02 47.40 47.00 Oct 47.25 46.85 47.20 46.92 Dec 47.25 46.85 47.20 46.90 Feb 47.25 46.82 47.15 46.90 Apr 46.85 46.25 56.60 46.45 Jun 46.70 46.30 46.70 46.40 Live Hogs Jly 41.60 41.00 41.50 41.30 Aug' 40.60 40.05 40.50 40.35 Oct 40.05 39.62 39.90 40.00 Dec 41.20 40.70 41.10 41.00 Feb 42.10 41.15 42.05 41.55 Apr 40.80 39.67 40.80 39.92 Jun 42.00 40.70 41.70 41.00 Jly 41.50 40.50 41.50 41.10 Aug 41.00 40.45 41.00 40.45 Frozen Pork Bellies - Jly Aug Feb Mar May 57.90 57.12 57.70 57.55 57.75 56.85- 57.40 57.45 60.50 59.20 60.40 59.87 59.90 58.70 59.75 59.30 59.15 58.00 58.75 58.45 EAST ST. LOUIS, 111. (UPI)Two men were shot Wednesday, one fatally, when they were discovered inside a tavern by the tavern owner and her brother, police said. New York Stoeki NEW YOttK (UPI) - Stock market midday prices: Admiral Mi 111 Pwr 27% AlldChem 32% Inland Stl 28ft Alld Mills 24% IBM 318 Alld Strs 23% Int Harv 26»A Mis Chal m Alcoa 57% Am Air 12 Am Can 33% Am Cyan 23% Int Nick 28% Int Paper 34ft Int TcVT 31V4 Iowa P&L 22ft Johns-Mn 20ft AmElPwr 26% Kennecott Am Mtrs 7 Am TfT 51'A Anaconda 17% Ashl Oil 28% Atl Rich 83% Avco 9% Bea Fds 22 7 / 8 Bcndix 32ft Beth Stl 2VA Boeing 16 7 /s Borden 21 7 /u Kresge 35ft Kroger 16ft Lib McN 4% Litton 8% Lockhd 6 Mar Oil 28ft Maytag 26% Merck 86 7 /s Minn Min 81% Mobil Oil 66% Monsanto 52ft Cap C Bdg 39%Nat Bis 46 '/4 Catplr 55ft Olin Corp 13% Celanese 32ft Oubbd M 29ft Cen 111 Lt 21% 0wens4ll 30%. Cen Tel 23 ft (Penn Cen 1% Cessna 18 Penney 79 Chrysler 23% Pepsi Cola 79% Cities Svc 46ft Pfizer 44 Coca-Cola 141% Phil Pet 49% Colum Gas 28%Procter G'104 Comm Ed 31ft Quak Oat 34ft Comsat 43% RCA 22% Cons Ed 23 Rep Stl 23ft Cont Can 26 7 / 8 Revlon 62% Cont Oil 33% CPC Intl 29% Dana 28% Deere 36ft Du Pont 161 Safeway 28% St. Regis 36ft SanFelnd 23% Sears 95 Shell Oil 51% Eastman 132ft Simmons 18% Exxon 95 So Pac 31% Falstaff 3% Firestone 18% Ford Mtrs 54 Fruehauf 26% Gam Sko 23% Sperry 40% Std Bds 51ft SO Ind 86% Stvns JP 27ft Stude 34ft Gen Dyna 17ft Texaco 34% Gen El 57% Gen Fds 25% Gen Mtrs 65ft Gen Tel 28ft Gen Tire 18% Goodrich 21 Goodyear 22% Greyhnd 13% Tex Inst 92% Un Carb 35ft Un El 16% Utd Corp 8ft US Gyps 21ft US Stl 28% West Un 20 Wstghs El 35ft BENEFIT DANCE FOR MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS FRI., JUNE 22 — 8 to 11 P.M. At The FARM BUREAU BLDG. 95 N. SEMINARY, GALESBURG Featuring "THE LOST SOULS" $1.00 ADMISSION Stocks Move Lower Today On Exchange i NEW YORK (UPI) - Stocks , moved lower today on the New York Stock Exchange, apparently in reaction to news that the consumer price Index for May stood 5.5 per cent above a year ago. Trading was sluggish. Shortly before noon, the Dow Jones industrial average had dropped 2.11 to 882.60. Declines ran ahead of advances, 557 to, 446, among 1,417 issues' traded. Turnover totaled about 5,000,000 shares by noon, compared to about 5,300,000 shares traded in the same period Wednesday. Monsanto led the actives, and dropped 1ft to 52 on 128,400 shares, including a 119,900- share block at 51%. Sony followed, and fell % to 40% on 121,300 shares. A block of 100,000 Sony shares was crossed at 40ft. First National City Corp. was third, up 1 to 39 on (92,600 shares. Oil issues lost some ground. Atlantic Richfield dropped 1%, Phillips Petroleum 1ft, Getty 1 and Standard Oil of Ohio %. Burroughs tacked on 1%, while IBM fell 3ft, Honeywel 1% and RCA %. Among lower glamor issues, Walt Disney declined 1%, Polaroid 1, Upjohn 1 and Bausch & Lomb %. Ford tumbled 1ft. Other motors moved irregularly. Chemicals, steels and rails edged lower , in fractions. Airlines and aircrafts were virtually unchanged. Prices on the American Stock Exchange edged slightly lower in light trading. Legal Notice NOTICE TO BIDDERS The City of Galesburg, Illinois, hereby invites sealed bids for One (1) Vibrating Roller for the Street Division. Bids will be received until 10:00 A.M., C.D.S.T., July 10, 1973; and, at that tjme, publicly opened and read aloud in the office of the Purchasing Agent. Bid Forms may be obtained at the office of the Purchasing Agent located in City Hall. Resolution No. 73-382 requires the compliance with ILL. FEPC "Equal Employment Opportunity Clause." Arvey W. Hanson Purchasing Agent 6/21; IT St, Uuli Livestock ST. LOUIS (UPI)-Llvcstock: Hogs 4,000; steady to weak, 175 head No 1-2 200-235 lb 39.75; No 1-3 200-240 lb 39.00-30.50; No 2-3 230-260 lb 38.25-39.25 ; 260-280 lb 37.50-38.50; No 3-4 280-325 lb 36.50-37.50. Cattle 1,000; not enough Slaughter steers or heifers for test; choice vealcrs 58.00-65.00; good 54.00-58.00. Sheep 75. ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Missouri produce: Eggs consumer Grade A large 48-58, medium 43-54, small 3747, B large 43-54. Hens Ice-packed broiler-fryers Galesburg Register-Moil,GQlesburg, ill. Thursday, June 21, 1973 37 40.00-43.00 for this week's delivery. St.. Louis produce: F/ggs wholesale Grade A large 38-40, standard 30-35, medium 30-35, unclassified 16-20. OPEN 7 A.M.-10 P.M. PARK DRIVE QT. Chocolate Drink G '1 55^ 29* JUNE FLAVOR OF THE MONTH CHERRY TART RE CREAM Gal. CASH-N-CARRY PARK DRIVE REAL FRUIT DRINKS Orange"Grane.'Fritlt Punch-Lemonade Royal Crown Cola 8 T 69' Plus Deposit TALLY-HO ICE (REAM SANDWICHES Si 12/T° 6/75' PARK DRIVE DAIRY STORES • East Losey & Whitesboro • Broad & Fremont • E Knox and Farnhom • 1290 W. Main St • 164 5. Academv <— Shea's • Abingdon — The Pantry OPEN 7 A.M. - 10 P,M, — 7 DAYS A WEEK Specials Good Thru Wed., June 27 ICE CREAM SPECIAL GOOD THRU JUNE Markets at a Glance By United Press International Slocks lower in slow trading Bonds steady. U.S. government bonds steady in quiet trading. American stocks lower in slow trading. Cotton futures mostly lower. Chicago grain futures mixed. Cattle volume insufficient to establish market. Dollar Down Again Today On Markets LONDON (UP!) - The dollar inched lower on international currency markets today, losing most of the small gains it chalked up Wednesday. Dealers said the American currency might be stabilizing In value after two weeks of declines, but the dollar opened fractionally lower today in London, Zurich, Amsterdam, Hong Kong and Singapore. In Kuala Lumpur, the foreign exchange market was suspend ed while gweinment officials debated whether to follow Singapore's lead and float the Malaysian dollar. The Singapore dollar, floated Wednesday, moved sharply upward today against the U.S. currency, meaning ithe American dollar lost value. The price today was 2.41 Singapore dollars, compared with 2.63 at the time of the Wednesday annjouncement. In Europe the dollar dropped .23 per cent in Amsterdam, buying 2.714 guilders today compared with 2.7213 at Wednesday's clpse. The lYankfurt market was closed for a national holiday. The dollar also dropped in Zurich, buying 3.049 Swiss francs compared with 3.0(12 Wednesday night, In London iifoc British pound opened at $2,575, fractionally more expensive lihan Wednesday's $2.57375 dosing price. Gold's price was unchanged in early trading on the big London bullion market, but it rose $1 an ounce In Zurich to $120 an ounce. Gold rose slightly in Hong Kong. "Any new political convulsion in Washington could set off a new round of selling, but we might be in for a slight respite," one dealer said Wednesday. £ 3 WAYS TO SAVE•SAVE•SAVE Wickes Lumber FLOORS ASB Y ESTOS FLOOR TILE Wickes passes Special Purchase savings on to you. Wickes has made a special, limited quantity purchase of top quality vinyl asbestos floor tile. Choose from embossed or smooth patterns in a variety of colors. Shop early for best selection. 12"X12" TILE W o EACH Cushioned Vinyl FLOORING Heavy Foamcraft quality; never needs waxing. Choice of fashion colors and patterns in full 12 ft. widths. Easy do-it-yourself installation. WALLS MADERIA LAUAN PANELING $ Wickes first quality paneling. 3-ply hardwood construction. Durable lacquer finish. 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