Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 25, 1973 · Page 22
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, June 25, 1973
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m V. ill'? '.: H H • -V L Ntw York Stockt NEW YORK (UPI) - Stock market midday prices: Admiral 7% Inland Stl 28% AlldChem 33 IBM 31214 AIM.-Mills 24% Int Harv 26% All is Chal PA Int Nick 28 ft Alcoa 57% Int Paper 34% Am Air 10% Int T&T 29% Am Can 33% Iowa P&L 22% Am Cyan 23% Johns-Mn 21 Va Am Dist 18% Kennecott 24Vs AmElPwr Am Mtrs Kroger 15Va Lib McN 4% GALESBURG} ORDER BUYERS Burlington Northern Stockyards Market: $1 higher. No. 1-2: 200-230 $39.25-$3!).50 Quotations: No. 1-3: 200-230 $39.00-$39.25 No. 1-3: 230-260 $38.00-$39.00 No. 2-3: 260-300 $36.25-$38.00 Packing Sows: 25c higher. $32:50-$34.00 GALESBURG GRAIN MARKET Consumer Grain & Supply Co. Market may either go up or down by 1:30 p.m. when final bid arrives. 11:30 o'clock bid. No. 2 Corn (old) $2.33 New Corn $1.70 No. 1 Beans (old) $10.50 New - $6.14 P«oria Livestock Live Am T&T 50% Anaconda 17% Litton 8V4 Ashl Oil 27% Lockhd 5Vi Atl Rich 79% Mar Oil 28% Maytag 2VA Merck 87 ft Minn Min 81% Mobil Oil 65% Avco 9% Bea Fds 22% Bendix 32ft Beth Stl 26 Boeing 16% Monsanto 51% Borrden 21% Nat Bis 44% Cap C Bdg 39%01in Corp 13% Catplr 55% Outbd M 28% Celanese 31ft Owens-Ill 30% Cen Tel 23% Penn Cen 1% Chrysler 23 Penney 78% Cities Svc 46ft Pepsi Cola 80^ Coca Cola 139%Pfizer 43% . Colum Gas 28% Phil Pet 49ft Comm Ed 3m Procter G 100% Comsat 43% Quak Oat 33% Cons Ed 22% RCA 23 Cont Can 27 Cont Oil 33ft CPC Intl 29 ft Dana 28ft Deere 38% Du Pont 160% Rep Stl 23% Revlon 61% Safeway 29% St. Regis 36% SanFelnd 23 ft Sears 92% Eastman 130% Shell Oil 50 Exxon 95 Simmons 18 So Pac 31% Falstaff 3% Firestone 18% Sperry 39ft Ford Mtrs 53% Std Bds 51% Fruehauf 26% SO Ind 85% Gam Sko 25% Stvns JP 26% Gen Dyna 16% Stude 34 Gen El 56% Texaco 34% Gen Fds Gen Mtrs 65% Gen Tel 28% Geii Tire 18 Goodrich 21 Goodyear 21% Greyhnd 13% Gulf Oil 22% 111 Cent 18 IllPwr 27% Tex Inst 89ft Un Carb 34% Un El 16% Utd Corp 7% US Gyps 21 US Stl 29 West Un 19% Wstghs El 32% Weyerh 57% Woolwrth 22 Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD (UPI) terior hogs: 18,000; unevenly 50-1.00 higher ; No 1-2 200-230 lb 39.7540.03; No 1-3 200-235 lb 39.00-39.75; No 1-3 230-250 lb 38.50-39.25; No 2-3 250-270 lb 38.00-38.75. READ THE WANT ADS! Removal of Trees STUMP REMOVAL TREE PLANTING TRIMMING - FEEDfNG SHADE TREES FOR SALE SOUTHARD TREE SERVICE 343-7618 — 342-8652 Under New Management DALES CAB Effective Mon. r June 25 6 am to 12 midnight Ph. 342-1156 IftOTO-ROOTIR FOR OGGED .IWIRS. A DRAINS Don't Dig Up Your Sewer No Charge if We Fail Call 343-6913 Phone 342-6430 GUARANTEED WORK WANTED EXECUTIVE SECRETARY Must have good typing speed with dictation and shorthand preferred. Good starting salary with excellent fringe benefits. For further information contact Personnel Office, St. Mary's Hospital, Gaiesburg Illinois Monday thru Friday 8 a .m. thru 4:30 p.m. LEIGHTON SUNDRIES Chambers & Berrien Sts. FAST License Service TRUCKS - TRAILERS CHICAGO STOCKYARDS ATKINSON MARKET Volume: 1,900. Butcher Trend, opened 50c- $1 higher, closed steady to 50c higher. No. 1-2: 200-225 $41.00-$41.50 No. 2-4: 190-240 $40.00-$41.00 240-270 $39.25-$40.50 280-300 $37.75-$39.25 Sow Trend: 50-75c higher. 300-500 $34.50-$36.00 Bocirs * 350 lbs. up $34.25-$35.25 The law ©Updates tiba. .... secretary of defense in the U.S. Cabinet be a civilian. PEORIA, III. (UPI) stock: Cattle 2,900; steers and heifers steady to 25, instances 50, lower; high choice and prime steers 47.50*48.50; choice 46.0047.50; good and choice 44.5046.00; high choice and prime heifers 46.5047.25; choice 44.5046,50. Hogs 3,300; 50-1.00 higher, few 75-2.00 higher; No 1-2 200240 lb 40.50-41.00; No 1-3 200*260 lb 40.00-40.50; few No 2*3 260590 lb 39.0040.00; some No 34 130-375 lb 35.50-36.75. Treasury Accounts WASHINGTON (UPI) Treasury accunts for the fiscal year through June 20: Whdrwls $270,437,709,298.06 243,667,487,243.95 Deposits Cash Balance Public debt 9,581,586,824.15 454,818,551,476.92 FOR SALE 1972 CAPRICE Door Hardtop, Silver lack Vinyl Cruisematic, Call 342-1239 After Gray Cond. FOR SALE BY OWNER 23-YH. OLD HOME H'a Story, can use as 2-4 bedroom, excellent location in Mid 20's. 1806 CLAY DR. Ph. 342-4839 HOUSE FOR SALE BY-OWNER: 2 story beautiful 3 or 4 bedroom, living room, dining room, family room, large kitchen, lifr baths, fireplace, and lot more extras. Home shown by appointment only at 1388 N. Broad. 343-6479. Mid 20's. FOR SALE Great Done Puppies Fawn Color—AKC Registered Phono 343-4931 St, Louis Livestock ST. LOUtS (UPI)-Livestock: Hogs 5,500; 1.00 higher; No 1-2 200-235 lb mostly 41.00; 100 head 41.26; No 1-3 200-240 lb 40.50-41.00, mostly 40.75; No &3 230-260 lb 39.75-40.75; 260-280 lb 39.00-40.00. Cattle 3,000; slaughter steers and heifers mostly steady; choice steerS 900-1200 lb 46.0047.50; mixed good and choice 900 - 1075 lb 45.00 - 46.00; good 42.50-45.00; high choice heifers 875-950 lb 45.50-45.75; choice 8001000 lb 44.25-45.50; mixed good and choice 750-925 lb 42.75-44.25; good 39.50-42.75; choice vealers 58.00-65.00; good 54.00-58.00. Sheep 400. ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Missouri produce: Eggs consumer Grade A large 48-58, medium 43-54, small 3547, B large 43-54. Hens ice-packed broiler-foyers 39.75-41.50 for this week's delivery. St. Louis prodiuce Eggs wholesale Gi 3840, standard 30-1 30-35, unclassified Indianapolis Livestock INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Livestock: Hogs 2,500; 75 to mostly 1.00 higher; No 14 200435 lb 40.7541.00; No 14 200450 lb 40,0040.75; No 24 240-S9d lb 39.0040.00; No 34 290-310 lb 38 39.00. Cattle and calves 1,200; steers and heifers mositfy steady; choice steers 46.0047.00; good choice 45.00 * 46,25; good 41.50-45.00; choice heifers 44.5045.25; good and choice 43.5044.50; good 41.0043.50. Sheep 100; lambs mostly 50 lower; choice and prime spring 38.00-38.50: choice 37.00-38.00. BACKYARD SALE Pulton MONJ, Juno TUEff, JUM _ For Sale. This and that. Th«m and those, Dozens of Items from o 28c . . Cancelled In cat* ol t alii HELP WANTED President Franklin Pferce r quested the first Christmas to for the White House in 1856, FOR SALE 10x56 ftiCHARDEOtf MOBILE HOME real good clean condition, heat, $1,595.00, furnished 1966 PLYMOUTH MIRY STATION WAGON Looks like new runs like new $695.00 Oil 343*8365 Bdiwtiftn fi:30 a .m. * 5 p.m. . FULL AND IPN' PART TIM6 Pleasant Working Conditions Wages Vacations Holidays nsurance Leaves Retirement APPLY IM PERSON Knox County Nursing Home KNOXVILLE, ILL. "An Equal Opportunity Employer' TWO-DAY ANTIQUE WANT FOR SALE 2-Year-Old Apartment Size REFRIGERATOR Good Condition Phone 289-4936 After 5:00 p.m. 4 Family Large BACKYARD SALE 1617 Indiana Drive Tucs., June 26th 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. Old coca cola clock and cooler. Treadle sewing machine, key wind watch. 1B61 Gaiesburg Justice Court Docket, set of carnival dishes, medicine bottles and bottles of all kinds. 176 National Geographies, peanut machine, iron boiler, etc., corner desk, -weight lifting set, lawn mower, clohting—all sizes, dishes, nic- nacs and lots of misc. items. Closed The Month VACATION OPEN AUG. Acreage BEST BUY On Black Top ju«i South from Altona on Walnut St. 8 Acre tract has utilities at $12,0i 3 Bedroom Ranch —Carpeted, 2 car garage & basement, {2 baths, many extras on 2 acres landscaped and fenced, $30,000 Buy Now — Make an Offer. Possible to purchase with 10 Acres. Call 484-5993 for Appt. Leo Hager Broker, Auctioneer, Appraiser Farm Listings Htcdad SALE WILL BE HELD UNDER SHELTER After 30 years of collecting, we arc selling our fine antiques at Public Auction at the farm located South of Viola, Illinois on Rt. 67 (o Norwood road (Vernon's Station), S miles west and % North, or South of Aledo on lit. 94 to Scaton road, 3 miles East % South or 11 miles North of Monmouth, 3 miles West, 2 miles North. FRIDAY SATURDAY WEST MAIN 476 W. Main YARD Gaiesburg, TIRED ROUTINE OFFICE WORK? Want Find Meet People Real Challenges Wanted To FARM SCRAP IRON (Will Pick Up) Junk Cars Removed D&D SERVICES MRS. LANE Palm Reader and Advisor 529-9431 5299493 189 N. HENDERSON ST (Next to Seajtedi Realty) 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. If you have any problems MRS. LANE can help youl All readings confidential. For appointments Call 342-6639 Watch for sign Want Based NOTICE BID The City of Oneida is asking for TV Inspection bids for a portion of its sanitary sewer system. Interested parties should contact either of the following regarding specifications. Doil Moffitt 483-6286 Milt Marquith 483-8161 Bids will be accepted up to July 10th, 1973. Advance Your Ability.* Excellent Opportunity For Pleasant, Intelligent Secretary to Learn the Insurance Business. Send Complete Resume To QUALITY PRECAST CONCRETE Manufactured in Gaiesburg WANTED RELIABLE Male FULL TIME employment locally owned men's clothing store. Must have sales ability, neat in appearance and willingness to work. Contact in Person, C. W. Knaock, MALE'S CLOTHING CO. Th . i ^i^s\ _^a^F SPECIAL THIS MONTH r Air Compressor Pads Survey Markers Special Prices Given for items made to your exact specifications. PUBLIC Located 6 mi. East of Knoxville, HI. on Rt, 150 to Appleton Blacktop then 1 mile South & % mile West on SAT., JUNE 1973 At 11 A.M. LOTS OF ANTIQUES INCLUDING: Oak, walnut, mahogany & Pine furniture, round oak table, 2 cast iron laundry stoves, good dinner bell, & lots of old books & magazines — many other Antique items. — Lois of good Household Goods, Tools & Misc. MRS. BESSIE STEVENS, Owner JIM FOLGER. Auctioneer—WUUamifleld, 111. 879-2373 WATCH for complete listing in Thursday, June 28 Register-Mail. ARKLA ROUSTABOUT GAS GRILL Save on portable or post-mounted grills Now you can have messless cookouts and more family Arkla GasGrills. You get great charcoal flavor without charcoal mess... at l/10th the cost of charcoal grilling. Right now you can save on one of these wonderful Arkla GasGrills at Thermogas. them over. GALESBURG CONCRETE MATERIAL CO. 1050 Monmouth Blvd. Ph. 343-3181 JUNE 29 and 30, 1973 COMMENCING AT 10:30 A.M. FURNITURE Pine dry sink, slant top lid; cherry marble top sideboard; walnut cupboard; pine flour-dough bin; large kitchen cabinet, glass doors, old; walnut chest oi; drawers; walnut dresser; walnut drop leaf table; walnut spool cabinet; large 0 drawer oak spool cabinet; 4W church pew; walnut whatnots; 4 caned bottom inaplo chairs; misc. chairs; walnut wash stand; 2 china cabinets; real nice modi- um sixe cook stove; clock shelves; walnut stand table; incomplete Grandfather clock; sewing cabinet. — MISCELLANEOUS School house Ansonia regulator clock; beautiful walnut frames; 2 weather vanes (bull & horse); 4 old witches baUs;wooden fly wheel; McCormick Deering gas engine; Ukelin; mini brass teakettle and burner; huge button collection; button bracelet; decoy; sugar bucket; iron inkwell (bicycle built for two); tin match holder; wire egg basket; old Montgomery Wards catalogues; iron Good Luck; bedspreads; pitcher pump; R.r. depot dial phone; leaded stained glass window; barrel of old bottles; Gales, drug store bottle; tin boxes; souvenir items; iron kettles; large collection dogs (42 yrs. old); books; Kodak 35 MM projector; slide projector; kerosene heater; hunting knife; silver pieces; lanterns; dinner bell parts; iron candelabra; Wabash R.R. granite cup and saucer; brass bucket; flat irons; scales; coffee grinder; stereoscope; nice pictures; silverware; scoop board; mini bottles (coke, popsi, whiskey, beer); l M xt4-16" wide seasoned walnut lumber; 2x4 walnut lumber; souvenir spoons; soap stone items; paper weight; hat pins; plateau mirror; silver butter dish and knife. ADVERTISING: 30x116 "Custer's Last Stand" Anhcuser Busch picture; beautiful round 24" tin plaque; Falstaff (Lemp) brewery fa rare find); Trade cards; shot glasses; mirrors; mug; Fred Krug Brewery plate (1859-1009). LAMPS: all ori. Gone With Wind Lamp pansics, Salem Witch night lamp; pair peg sconces; miniature lamps; Tiffany Type lamp, 20" shade, beautiful; mini brass bracket lamp; Aladdin lamp; kerosene lamps; Amber whale oil lamp; Cresolene: complete bracket lamp; brackets; reflectors; 3 match nolders for hanging lamps. DOLL ITEMS: 26" Kestner bisque with comp. jointed body, a beauty; small Japan bisques; brass doll bed; tiny K<3wpie; toy granite kettle; iron and trivet; celluloid doll; 1895 paper dolls like new. DISHES: R. S. Prussia berry 3 other pl «c«i; Royal Bayrcuth ash tray; Sleepy Eye mug and 2 pitchers; 7 piece game set (Beck); 8 game plates; 50 pieces amber; 5 pieces vaseline; carnival; cut glass swan, berry bowl; sugar and creamers; salt and peppers, salts (one blue); whiskey Decanter; dish, 2 jars; 40 pieces flow blue; over 70 pieces of pressed glass including Colorado in green and blue; frosted Deer and Pine tree spooner; U.S. Grant bread plate, cracker jar, berry sets, cakes stand, beautiful castor set, goblets, etc.; etched glass; colored glass, opalescent; < 20 black amethyst; crystal; camphor; milk glass including lovely glove box; 11 pieces ruby glass; amethyst; apothecary jar; shaving mugs? mustache cup; left hand mustache cup; hat pin holder; figurines; blown egg; portrait bowl; 2 signed portrait plates; portrait relish; 23 pieces Meakin (Milan); creamers (cow, tiger, moose, cat); collection eye cups; very'old English teapot; china including Haviland, Bavarian/R. S. Germany, Austria, Nippon, Occ. Japan; ironstohe; Majolica; custard souv. vase; 2 steins; blue onion strainer; 2 Bennington type bowls; Parian vase; Austria portrait plate and vasd; poinsetta oppression butter dish; perfume atomizer; Rosev/ille; 1964-1965 B&G Christmas plates; 1910 anniversary Masonic plate; pair German bisque portrait plaques; Johnson Bros, china; service for 6 Nippon; candy containers; glass baskets; lots of misc. Onan heavy duty 3500 amp. automatic generator, battery op- orated, like new. 24" gear driven chain saw. 3 spring wagon; double work harness, brass names; old tools. TERMS—CASH Not Responsible for Accidents Number System, Identification required. LUNCH ON GROUNDS — FREE TRAILER PARKING Delford Deming & Charles Cooper, Owners SIMPSON'S AUCTION SERVICE LOUIS and MYRON SIMPSON, Alexis 482-3266 NOTE: A nic© variety of items will b* sold each day. Nothing shown or sold before sale days. Read Want Ads Come Every day is Inckptndtncft Day DON'T LET A GASOLINE SHORTAGE SPOIL YOUR VACATION FUN! for a tank plan with appeal, be sure and get our deal \ Thmwmow 1242 West St. - Gaiesburg Phone 343-3145 mapco for hog productrs MERCER COUNTY LIVESTOCK AUCTION 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. VIOLA, ILL. at Heinold Hog Markets. WED., JUNE 1973 9:30 AM 12:30 PM THOMAS PLUMBING & HEATING COMPANY 2262 GRAND AVE, Phone 3430101 14 Hereford cows with big Charolais calves at side. 35 Angus steers and heifers, avg. 425 lbs. 22 Angus and Hereford steers and heifers, avg. 525 lbs. 12 Angus cross steers and heifers, avg. 600 lbs. 50 Mixed steers, and heifers, avg. 300-800 lbs. 65 Hamp, pigs, avg. 40 lbs. 75 Mixed pigs, avg. 60 lbs. Last week on a 50c lower market Fat Steer top $47.90; Heifer top $46,55. Cows and bulls strong witb a top an bulls of $44.30. ) BACKYARD SALES Garage, Patfo, Driveway, 8a$ement, Front Room, Private Household Sales and all other sales of this type must be in our office by noon the day before ad is to be published. GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL THERE WILL WED.. JULY SALE 1973 The Heinold Way has provided farmers freedom in marketing for 23 years. Freedom fo pick any day—any hour—to market hogs at their convenience. Freedom from inefficiency in marketing. Freedom from excessive shrink that contributed to high costs of marketing a long distance from the 1arm, Freedom to use the farm's truck or picku p to market five or 50 hogs, or hire a semi-frailer to deliver 150. Freedom from paying commissions, yardage, or auction charges. Freedom to sell all weights and all kinds of hogs—boars, sows, out-hogs—at one market. The Heinoid Way made it possible for hog producers to pick up their phone and establish a price for their hogs, before they ever loaded them up. Farmers became free not to commit hogs to market until satisfied with the price. At Heinold, the check is written immediately on arrival weights. Farmers have the use n( their money right now! Tha ' r v 9:30 A.M. f's why it's Independence Day every day for hoct producers at Heinold! For market information, call FAT CATTIE 12:30 P.M. SHKP, HOGS, FEEDER CATTIE Buffalo Prairie, Huslinell and (Jalv Huffalo Prairie 537-3101 V DISPLAY ADV. Phone 343-7181 tAercor Co, Livestock Auction Home of Locally Consigned Callle. For Further Information, Phone Office Phone 596-2125 - Home 607-2218, Day or Night KONAI.U DOUHI.KK - Manager Golva 932-2121 , Illinois Uushnell 772-2161 Need f«ed«rpig 5 -conlict your Heinold Marker manager. 1

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