Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 22, 1973 · Page 19
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, June 22, 1973
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Market Reports Today Mar Oil 28 Maytag 21Va Merck 89 Minn Min 82% Mobil Oil 66% Monsanto 52Y8 Niw York Stdekf NEW YORK (UPI) - Stock market midday prices: Admiral 7% 111 f>wr 27Vfe AUdGhem 32% Inland Stl Wh Alld Mllfe 24% IBM AIM Strs 24V4 Int Harv 27Vs Allis dial 8V4 Int Nick Wk Alcoa 58 Int Paper 34% A ;m Air 11% Int T&T 30% , Am Can Wh Iowa PM, 22% Am Cyan 23% Johns-Mn 21% Am Dist 191 /4 Kennecott 24% AmElPwr 26% Kresge 34 Am Mtrs 6% Kroger 16 Am T&T 51 Lib McN 4% Amacondla 17% Litton 8% Ashl Oil 29i/4 Lockhd 5% M Rich 81% Avco 9Vfc Bea Fds 23Mi Bendix 32% Beth Stl 26% Boeing 17 Borden 21% Cap C Bdg 40V<Olin Corp 13% Catplr 55% Outbd M 29% Celanese 31 % Owens-Ill 30% Cen II Lt 22 Penn Cen 1% Cen Tel 23% Penney 79% Cessna Wk Pepsi Cola 80 Cities Svc 46% Pfizer 44y 4 Coca-Cola 142% Phil Pet 49% Coluin Gas 28%Procter G 103% Comim Ed 31% Quak Oat 34 Comsat 43% RCA 23*4 Cons Ed 22% Rep Stl 23% Cont Can 27% Revlon 63 Cant Oil 33% Safeway 29% CPC Intl 30% St. Regis 36% Dana 29 SanFelnd 23V4 Deere 38% Sears 93% Du Pont 162% Shell Oil 51% Eastman 132% Simmons 18% Exxon 94% So Pac 31% Falstaff-3% Sperry 39% • Firestone 18% Std Bds 52 Ford Mtrs 55 SO Ind 86% Frueihau/f 26% Stvns JP 27 Gam Sko 24% Stude 34% Gen Dvna 16% Texaco 35 Gen El 57% Tex Inst 92 Gen Fds 25% Gen Mtrs 66% Gen Tel 28% Gen Tire 18% Goodrich 21% Goodyear 23% Greyhnd 13% Gull Oil 23 111 Cent 13% Un Carb 35% Un El 16% tltd Corp 7% US Gyps 21% US Stl 28% West Un 19% Wstghs El 33% Weyerh 58 Wootwrth 22% GALESBURG ORDER BUYERS Burlington Northern Stockyards Market: 50c higher. No. 1-2; 200-230 $38.25-$38.50 Quotations: No. 1-3: 200-230 $38.00-$38.25 No. 1-3: 230-260 937 .00 -I38 .00 No. 2-3:, 260-300 $35.25-$37.00 Packing Sows: 25c higher. $32.00-$33.50 1 CHICAGO STOCKYARDS ATKINSON MARKET Volume: 1,800. Butcher Trend'/ opened 50c to $1 higher; closed 25c higher. No. 1-2: 200-225 .$40.25-$40.85 No. 2-4: 190-240 $39.75-$40.25 240-270 $38.50-$39.75 280-300 $37.00-$38.25 Sow Trend: steady. 300-500 $33.75-$35.75 Boars: 350 lbs. up .... $34.00-$34.75 Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - Interior hogs: 15,000; 25-50 higher; No 1-2 200-230 lb 38.75-39.00; No 1-3 200-235 lb mostly 38.5048.75, few 38.25; No 1-3 230-250 lb 37.7538.50; No 2-3 250-270 lb 37.0038.00. READ THE WANT "ADS! WANTED RELIABLE Male For FULL TIME employment in locally owned men's clothing store. Must have sales ability, neat in appearance and willingness to work. Contact in Person, C. W. Knaack, MALE'S CLOTHING CO. CAMPERS SPECIALS f SALE GOOD THRU FRIDAY, JUNE 29th VP LUNDELL MANUFACTURING COMPANY, INC. LUNDELL SPORTSMAN 300 FEATURES: • Extra Wide Bed. • Center Divider Rail. • Wheels Under Trailer — Trails In Car Tracks. • Plug In Cold-Test Wiring Enclosed In Steel Channels Under Trailer. • Trailer Stays In Tilted Position Until You Want It To Come Down. • Over Vz Ton Capacity, • Sleeps 4 In Comfort and Safety. • More Room Than Pick-Up Bed — Full Flat Floor — No Wheel Wells. • Exclusive Design — Heavy-Duty 6- l /z Lb. Cast Hubs. • Tail-Light Shield Eliminates Breakage. • Heavy-Duty %" Exterior Plywood Tread Ramps. • Heavy Duty Truss Side Rails For Added Strength and Tie Down. • Most All Pick-Up Toppers Will Fit. % Side Panels and Topper Can Be Put On Famous Lundell 300 Snowmobile Trailer at Any Time. BASIC SPECIFICATIONS Gross vehicle weigh! rating 1,580 Lb». Tires 5.70 x 8 Bed 77" x 9«" Single Axle — Tilt Bed — Twin Hold Down Bart — Twin Traction 8er» — Two Hold Down Straps — Cold Test Plug In Wlrlngi Price • $250.00 FREE ACCESSORY CATALOG With $10 Purchase % The Pleasure People of 3i || Camping ft HOPPING'S RECREATIONAL VEHICLE SERVICE AND SALES 101 W, Marion Phone ?///"""< St * lost Golesburg 342-6115 kk vv V HVLJS Gglesbufg Register ! Mgn .^jasbufg, III. Friday, June 21 197 JL 1$ Wanted TO Buy Osmian, Jap, Forelfln A Amifteflft Sword*, dag* g§rt, krtfv«, gun*, tint* formi, htlmtfi, hoti, m«dali, Anything Military After 5 P.M. Call 343-3618 MOVING SALE BACKYARD At m BATIMAN Sot., June 2d i A .M. - ? 14 cu, ft. Dual Temp refrigerator-freezer Admiral front free, Roper 38" gas range, G.E. "Mobil Maid" dishwasher, cut glass leaded windows, Antique ironing board & boards, window fan & many other nice articles. Under New Management DALES CAB CO. Effective Men., June 25 6 am to 12 midnight Ph. 342-1156 LEIGHTON SUNDRIES Chambers & Berrien Sts. FAST License Service TRUCKS-TRAILERS RVs NOTICE We Will Be Closed Saturday Afternoons During June, July & August CLOSED FOR VACATION JULY 2 through JULY 14th $erg,dtrom Seed & Groin Co. Woodhull, Illinois 934-2118 LOTS For Sale in KNOXVILLE Water, Sewer and Underground Utilities Prairie View Sub-Division 289-2496 NOTICE - We Will Be Closed The Month of July For VACATION OPEN AUG. 1st WEST MAIN COAL YARD 476 W. Main — Galesburg, III. BACK YARD SALE 1197 Bridge Moving to smaller quarters. Furniture, babythings, yard tools and many other items must go! Saturday 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Only HELP WANTED RN's AND LPN's FULL or PART TIME * Pleasant Working Conditions. * Top Wages. * Paid Vacations. * Holidays and Sick Leaves. * Insurance arid Retirement Plan. APPLY IN PERSON Knox County Nursing Home KNOXVILLE, ILL. "An Equal Opportunity Employer" TIP of the WEEK Never defrost fish at room temperature. It , ( . is done best in the refrigerator or under £ \ |^ cold running water, Jim Hagrellus There's no such thing as "charcoal flavor," It's just the smoke from burning fat, You get the same thing on a gas grill without the dirty mess. See us for a new Arkla Gasgrili. Thermogas 1242 South West St, - Galesburg - Ph. 343-3145 ™»W\ FARM EQUIPMENT FURNITURE AUCTION Sat*, June 23rd - 10:00 A.M. Location: 1st road North of Kozy Inn on JUe. 150, turn West % Miles. As We hove Sold Out Firm and Moving Into Town, Corbln'i will tell the Following Merchandise: FARM EQUIPMENT— 240 International utility tractor with 3 C oint hitch, power up and down boih front and back, 1—5 cu. ft. ucket, 1—4 cu. ft. bucket, 503 Whipper mower, 4 Section Draw Bar Harrow, 14" 2 bottom plow, Mohawk 6' Blade, 8' International double disc, 8" post hole digger for tractor, rubber tire hay rack, tractor chains, steel wagon DOX, John Deere 2 row corn planter, 2 bottom pull type plow and cultivator, 2 wheel rubber tire trailer, electric fence, 500 gal. tank, cement mixer, steel and wooden posts, 5—20 ft. poles, 2—6" angle irons 28' long, chain type block and tackle, large vise with anvil, ladder jacks, post hole digger. Wilbert stoker, garden and yard tools, small hand tools and misc. farm supplies. FURNITURE: Hospital bed complete, buffet. 2 twin size beds complete, Maytag wringer washer, bedding and linens, camp stove, other misc. merchandise. ALBERT WAISH, Owner CORBIN'S AUCTION SERVICE — Phone 343-9033 COOK and WOODS—Auctioneer* DELENE COOK-Clerk Auctioneer* and Owners assume no re»pon»ibility to accident* should any occur. QUALITY PRECAST CONCRETE MANUFACTURED IN GALESBURG STEPPING STONES & PATIO BLOCKS • Round 12", 18", 24" • Hexagon 18" % Square 18" • Rectangular 12x18" and 12x24" All in natural cement color, red, green or black in either plain surface or beautifully exposed aggregate. GALESBURG CONCRETE MATERIALS CO. 1050 MONMOUTH BLVD. PHONE 343-3181 DON'T LET A GASOLINE SHORTAGE SPOIL YOUR VACATION FUN! Instead install a new Central Air Conditioning System in your home ... we are offering our new low rate. Call us for a Free Estimate. Financing Available. PLUMBING & HEATING COMPANY 2262 GRAND AVE. Phone 343-1101 AUCTION SALE As we are discontinuing our livestock operations, we will have a Closing Out Sale of the following livestock equipment and miscellaneous items at the farm located 1 mile North of Galesburg on route 150, first farm North of Lake Storey on East side of road. SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1973 AT 1:00 P.M. LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT & MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Automatic Electric Mix Mill; Knedler Portable P.T.O. Burr Mill; Ajax Feed Mixer; Loading Chute; 2 Johnson Gas Tank Heaters; 2 Cattle Back Oilers; Plastic Hose; Numerous Rolls of Good Used 32 to 39 In. Woven Wire; Several Steel & Wood Posts; Fence Braces; Feeder Platforms; Hog Bath; Pride of Farm 80 gal. Hog Waterer; Ideal 70 gal. Hog Waterer; 10 Pride of Farm Base Hog Waterers; 3 Pride of Farm Automatic Cattle & Hog Waterers; 12—2 Stall Hog Sheds on Skids; 10—Modified A Hog Sheds; 10—A type Hog Sheds; 6 Stall Pull together Hog Shed; 4 Hog Shelter Shades; 2 Other Livestock Shelters; 8x12 Feed Shed; Other Sheds; 3—200 bu. Cattle Self Feeders; 2 Moormans 80 bu. Steel Base Feeders; 1 Pride of Farm Hog Self Feeder; One other Self Feeder; Several Cattle Feed Bunks; Cattle Hay Feeder; 4 Pig Creep Feeders; 2 Bushnell 4x8 Tanks with Waterers on both sides & Platforms; One other Bushnell Tank with Waterers on both sides & Platform. OTHER MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS TERMS: CASH. No Property to be removed until paid for. Not Responsible For Accidents ANDERSON & NOVOTNY, Owners CARL STECK, Auctioneer, Maquon, 111., Ph. 875-3576 LAWRENCE COOK, Clerk CARLINE JOHNSON, Cashier PUBLIC SALE REAL ESTATE - HOUSE and LOT- In Galesburg, 560 Monmouth Blvd. Saturday, June 23 at 10:30 a.m. Knox County Court House NOTICE Don't Miss This Opportunity The Real Estate Only. 57.75 ft. of lot 8 in block 2, a two story frame home with basement. A family home or 2 apt. A two car garage that needs repair. 4 large rooms and bath down. 4 large rooms and bath up. Has been used as 2 apt. House is modern, with hardwood floors, maintenance free siding, gas fired modern boiler heating — 220 wiring breaker system — separate utilities. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: The Easterly 57.75 feet of lot 8 In block two of Leonards Addn. to City of Galesburg. Has front drive. TERMS—10% paid down on day of sale. Balance due & payable in 30 days or on delivery of deed at which time possession will be given. The taxes will be prorated to date of settlement. Sale to be free and clear of all liens. FOR FURTHER DETAILS CONTACT: LEO F. HAGER — Auctioneer Phone 484-5993 — 342-2850 movLucouj Bonu/ You buy the tractor. We'll buy the mower. Buy this International® Lawn & Garden.Tractor at our low price, and we'll include the mower attachment at no extra charge. You could pay as much as $203 —or even more—for this mower. But if you buy now, we'll include it with the tractor at no additional charge. That's a big saving. Now, during our "Mow 'n Tow Bonus" promotion! WESTBAY Equipment Go. Phone 309-342-8112 ™ Knoxville Road — Galesburg, 111. Internationa! Harvester Sales & Service Any way you cut H. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER i FLEA MARKET i Dfl y* Antique Car Show June 23 and June 24 - 8:30 AM THE OLD COURTHOUSE COURT - KNOXVILLE, ILL. Parade - SAT. 3:30 PM. - Supper Meal " 5 P.M. - $1.28 Street Dance - 8 P.M. — $1.00 Per Couple MUSIC BY OLIVER SMITH'S BANfifcU Dealer Space Available — Antique Car Owners Welcome Trophies Awarded to Best Cars. Phone 309-289-2731 Auction SIS'S GIFT SHOP 820 S. MAIN ST. — MONMOUTH, ILL Sunday, June 24, 1973 1 P.M. (D.S.T.) (Rain Date: JULY 1) 200 Assorted Wreaths and Sprays, .ill types of nlc-nacs, bar' and liquor dispensers, miniature H.H. lanterns, large asst. of Costume jewelry, portable radios. Sale arranged and conducted by OAKS AUCTION SERVICE — Monmouth, 111. — 309-734-2090 Member National Auctioneers Assn. Number System will be used. USED FURNITURE SPECIALS CORBIN'S DISCOUNT FURNITURE STORE 565 N. WEST STREET Open Daily 8:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. Fridays Till 9:00 P.M. 3 pc. Kroehler limed oak bedroom suite consisting of large double dresser with plate glass mirror, large chest of drawers, book-case bed . ... . Only $ 99.05 3 pc. walnut bedroom suite consisting of double dresser with shadow box mirror, chest of drawers and book-case" bed ... ... - Only ..$.09,95 5 pc. mahogany bed room suite consisting of vanity with large plate glass mirror and chair, large chest of drawers/. ,« nite stand, and king size head board with swing out^ frame Only $119.05 Extra nice hospital bed with side rails - $ 49.95 Good used, box springs and mattresses and new bedding avail r iv;. able for these used bed room suites at money savingi** Prices. Like new walnut semi office desk , $ 79.95 Like new maple student desk .-— $ 64.95 Beautiful 3 pc. sectional sofa —Only $119.95 Permalux gold velvet swivel rocker (4 months old original cost $189.95) Can not bo told from new Now Only- i.99.95 Like new brown frieze TV lounger .?,(J9.95 Modern 80" sofa and 2 companion club chairs In floral .'. covering -. Only $ 64.95 Green hide away bed $34.95 Other Trade-In Furniture Available .„,„, For the balance of this month, we will allow you 20% trade-in for your used chair on any new chair In stock. For your new furniture needs, always come to Corbln'i'it'565 N. West Street as we have quality name brand furniture at exceptionally low discount prices. Liberal Credit Terms to Responsible Parties Lots of FREE Off Street Parking .', ? We also have a very large selection of lamps and brlc-a-brac" PUBLIC AUCTION ANTIQUE AND HOUSEHOLD SUNDAY, JUNE 24, 1973 1:00 O'CLOCK As we have sold our home, and moving into an aparjgjent we will sell at Public Auction the following Personal "Property, including antiques, at Public Auction at 416 E. Broadway, Monmouth, Illinois. French Tapestry (very old) antique vases, Pottery (some old Western Stoneware) china (various patterns including some • Tea Leaf) pressed and. cut glass. Pie Crust tier table, brass lamp, and shade — brass wall lamp withv bracket, doll chest, antique doll, 2 bisque doll heads — metal train engine — childs wooden washing machine. Small childs sleigh with bells (very old) child's, high chair (Captain chair seat) spool table, butter bowls, spoons and ladles, brides box, 1 pr. Godey prints — beautifully framed, naughty nellie boot jack, Original Currier and Ives (framed) General Grant and family. Gen. William S. Hancok — Democratic 'Can- ditate for Vice President. Brass marble top stand, marble top chest, iron kettle with legs, old fruit jars, jugs, and crocks. Avon B'dttles, apothecary bottles, mortar & piste-1, and other old bottles. Decorated can and bucket. Some old pictures, old books, Warren Co, IJlatt Book - 1893. Small wooden round top trunk, cast iron lamb mold and other molds, Auto-Special (leather case) picnic kit complete with thermos jugs, granite plates and cups,,silverware, and napkins — used for old automobiles) maple kitchen drop leaf table,•brass hall tree, school desk (reiinished) small childs slat .bottom chair, storekeepers desk with leather tops, on legs, with six drawers and original white porcelain knobs (ref inished) storekeepers twine bolder, Seth Thomas Mantle Clock, wooden curtain rods with wooden rings, gold velvet sofa, small, walnut caned bottom rocking/, chair, single walnut carved head bed, large piece of marble, old wooden hand crank washing machine, doors with beautiful glass, -hand plow, wooden rake and other old tools. Section wooden pipe,.pair of ornate iron gates and center post. Old cupboard, old sheet music. Lots of Eva Zeisel Stoneware made by Western Stoneware, some bule/flow pieces, large round gold leaf mirror, Mahogany Governor Winthrop desk — 4 drawers with secret drawers, Mitchell humidifiers, West Bend Dehumidlfier, Hoover tank type sweeper, card table and chairs, record cabinet, sewing cabinet, throw rugs, National Geographic Magazines, skittle board (large) maple made in Berea, Ky. Gold Clubs, badmitton set, tennis racket and balls, ice skates. Large electric fan, single hollywood beds, wooden* wardrobe with sliding doors, electric sweeper broom, waxer, toasters, irons, trays, carts, and other miscellaneous appliances and?tools. Boudoir chair covered in purple velvet. Flower pots, jaraeniers, 1960 Volkswagon Bus (good for parts, needs new motor - body^good, can be put in good shape) Sears Coldspot refrigerator KrQgtless 14 Spacemaker, with freezer and automatic ice-maker — coppertone finish (like new). Baby Bed Travel Case (folds like suit case) (when opened is a crib or play pen — very unusual piece) Bicycle, screen wire, Christmas Decoraitons, adn other items foundin large no use- hold - . _ _ Mr. and Mrs. Dick Stalrer, Owners AUCTIONEERS: Spencer Hoeflich III, Kenny Love Not Responsible for Accidents Terms: Cash ESTATE AUCTION Sat, June 23 - 1:00 P.M. 407 S. Brood St, Knoxville, Illinois t < To settle the estate of Ernest Bernard Schenck, Deceased, the following will be sold to the highest bidder: ANTIQUES: Some good pink Depression ware dishes, square oak tablt with ornate legs and 5 oak chairs, several hand, made quills. 2 china doll heads, lots of good antique dishes; .some good iiuk tables, wood-with-eane book rack, small corner whatnot bhelf, lots of primitive iron and wood pieces, blue jardineer, some good "Id picture frames, old Indian arrowheads and hatchet stones, some collector's items of rocks, long Butternut flower table, Nippoii tea set, old 10 ga. shotgun hulls, 2 Satin Glass candle holders, 2 old World War mess kits, one with message from soldier, antiquo fruit cabinet, shoe cobblers outfit, oak combination bookcase and desk, sad irons, 3 old turtle back trunks, high back wicker rocker, eanu bottom sewing rocker, Gilbert mantle clock, oak commode, 2 oak dressers, 3 cane bottom oak straight chairs, round piano stool with claw and ball feet, oak pedestal, cane bottom ladderback chair, good walnut chest of drawers, 3 ,i walnut bed complete, ornate, iron bed complete, some good oak tables made by Mr. Schenck, other furniture, oak hall tree, some old buttons, nice old oak rocker, 2 sets of old silverware, vanity set with triple beveled mirrors and caned bench, long heavy oak buffet - traditional style. HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND TOOLS: End tables, walnut gUsstop coffee table, piano and bench, studio couch. 2 piece rose living room suite, green swivel platform rocker, whatnot shelf, West Bend humidifier, beige club chair, one 12x12 rug in good shape, one' 9x12 rug, Admiral 21" console TV. floor lamps, table lamps, labiar.oidio, Zero window fan, projector and movie screen, 2 good mohaj^ plub chairs, full size panel bed complete, chestrobe, 2 solid cedar chu»U, bedding and linens. Electrolux tank-type sweeper, electric, stove, Coldspot refrigerator, pots, pans and dishes, wringer washer, lots of carpenter tools and mechanics tools. Craftsman lawn mower, set of extension ladders. 2 sets of golf clubs, giadun and yard tools and lots of misc. merchandise too numerous to mention. THE FARMERS k MECHANICS BANK, Executor of e»lat« of Ernest Bernard Schenck, D.ceswd. PEEL. HENNING. MATHERS fc BELL, Attorneys, GsUsbuiy, JIMflPl* DALE COFFEY—Auctioneer, 343-9355 _ Robert SUWMt. Clfilt HALPH COFFEY—Auctioneer, m-iilZ — Lomlne Lynn, CMbitf READ THE WANT ADS! HEAD THE WANT AUS!

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