3$",lSd.le$bufg Register-Moil, GoJesburg, 111. Wednesday, June 27,1973 Market Reports Today CHICAGO STOCKYARDS ; ATKINSON MARKET Volume: 1,300. Butcher Trend: Opened 25- 60c lower; closed steady to .25c higher. .No. 1*2: 200-225 M0.7M4l.6D No. 2-4: 190-240 $40.00-$41.00 240-270 «39.00-$40.00 280,300 $38.00-$39.25 Sow Trend: steady. 300-500 ......__.$34.25-$36.25 Boa'rs: 350 lbs. up ....$35.5O-$36.00 GARAGE SALE WED. NIGHT — 4 'Til 8 THURS, MORN. - 8 'Til 11 110 LAKEVIEW DRIVE s East Galesburg BACKYARD SALE MURGA CALDRON 236 Phillips St. Thursday, June 28th 8:30 a.m. RUMMAGE SALE JUNE 28 — 9 to 4 2049U Grand Avenuo Oaiesbur^, Illinois •Men, womens St baby clothes, furniture, rugs, bed spreads, dishes, curtains and nttt ttacs, pots ,& parts and misc. Softie AvOri'-bottles. Moving Sole 925 Parkview Road f HURSDAY — 8 to 12 Complete 3-pc dresser. & mirror, •washer & dryer, elect bedroom suite. Whirlpool stove, elect;"motors, misc. tools, swing set,.chest type freezer, window air conditioners, clothing, Honda §A50 mini-bike, Gemini Boss 80 etc. Buy Food For S- LESS— 36 SIZE Cantaloupe 39' EACH LARGE SWEET BING CHERRIES 49* LB. ROYAL CROWN j COLA 10 TINS OSCAR MAYER Beef or Regular WIENERS LB. 93 ' KELLY'S POTATO CHIPS 59c OOl Value BAG WIT WILSON THRIFT BACON LB. 69' MA BROWN SWEET PICKLES 12-OZ. JAR 39' . OPEN PIT BARBECUE SAUCE 39' 18-OZ. BOTTLE OAKBURNE CHARCOAL 10-LB. BAG 59' MR. FARMER WE BUY FRESH EGGS ±*m COUPON mr. HILLS BROS. COFFEE 12>Lb. Can X59 WITH THIS COUPON Without Coupon $1.89 TRADING POST Exp. 6-30-73 TRADING POST Super Mkt. 1515 E. MAIN ST. GALESBURG ORDER BUYERS Burlington Northern Stockyards Market: 50c lower. No. 1-2: 200-230 $39.25'$39.50 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: 50c lower. $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) $2.11 New Corn $1.76 No. 1 Beans ( new) $5.66 Treasury Accounts WASHINGTON (U P I) Treasury accounts for the fiscal year through June 22: Withdrawals $271,621,780,592.14 Deposits 247,666,468,821.01 Cash balance Public debt 11,381,614,344.93 454,530,798,244,17 Joliet Livestock JOL1ET, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 2,200; steers steady to strong; heifers fully 25 higher; high choice find prime steers 48.00-48.50, 1 load 47.50; choice 47.00-48.00; good and choice 45.25*45.75; high choce and prime heifers 47.00-47.25; choice 45.50*48.75; good and choice 44.75-45.50; cutter cows 29.2533.75; canners 26.00-29.26. Hogs 800, steady 25 lower; No 1-2 200*230 lb 40.75-41.00; No 1-3 200-240 lb 40.25-40.75; No 2-3 240-270 lb 39.5040.25. By HOWARD A. TYNER POZNAN, Poland (UPI) - C. W. Craychee settled his lanky fame gingerly against a table display fitted out with an array of pressure gauges, engine valves, threaded pipes and diagrams. He folded his arms and slowly exhaled a cloud of cigarette smoke. GARAGE SALE 1348 N. West Thur. & Fri. 9 A.M. - 5 P.M. ALL SIZES CLOTHES & MISC. BACKYARD SALE 1485 N. Broad THURSDAY, JUNE 28 9 a.m. Twin trundle bed, 2 power mowers, provincial end table, antique oak buffet with mirrored top, rfeflnlahed, lamps, Cassette tape recorder St player; 45 RPM record player, records, books, dishes' & glassware, bedspreads, curtains, jewelry, Clothing, all sizes; toys. BACKYARD SALE 9H Bateman St. THURSDAY, JUNE 28 9 a.m.— 4 p.m. Antique rocker, chairs & lots of misc. items. GARAGE SALE—916 East Xnox THURSDAY — 3 p.m. - 7 p.m. FRIDAY — 10 a.m. - e p.m. Wheatbnware — (discontinued pieces, bottles, Apollo Plates, etc.), Sarah Coventry, Clothing, toddlers oh .up; mens suits, books, misc. Not responsible for accidents. You pay for anything you break. 6 FAMILY PATIO SALE 758 S. Cedar SI. THURS. & TBI. — 8 'ill 8 Good clothing for entire family, all items, all sizes from toddlers through large for men & women. A lot of real good trousers for boys through size 16. Nurses uniforms sizes 16 & 22','2. 3 alum, blinds; picnic table with benches detached, elec, appliances; silverware; jewelry; linens; drapes & nic nacs. Table of new and hand made items. Rain or Shins MACOMB AUCTION REPORT June 26,1973 Reeelpu Caiile calve* Hogt Sheep This Week 375 21 204 12 Last Week 546 11 759 107 Last Year 640 13 496 52 CATTLE: Receipts 30% slaughter classes; balance mainly feeder cat. tie. Demand good. Slaughter steers and heifers 25-50c lower. Cows steady. Feeder cattle steady. SLAUGHTER STEERS it HEIFERS: Choice 1000-1200 lb, steers 45.25-46.00; mixed Good and Choice B50-1000 lb. heifers 42,7B-44,10. COWS AND BULLS: Utility and Commercial cows 31.00-35.85; Canner and Cutter 27.00-34.25; Commercial and GOOd bulls 39 .29 -45.40. FEEDER CATTLE; Choice 350.550 lb. steers 55.00-61.00; 550-750 lb. 50.75 -55 .25; mixed Good and Choice 550-850 lb. 46.75-51.00; Good 550-1000 lb. 43.25-47.00; Choice 350 -Soo lb. heifers 49.50-54.00; mixed Good and Choice 550.750 lb, 45.50-48 .00i Good 550-800 lb. 41.50-45.75; Choice replacement cows with calves at side 457.50-510.00 per pair. HOGS: Receipts mainly feeder pigs. Demand good. Prices 2.002.50 per head higher. SLAUOHTER BOARS: 400-800 lb 34.00-36 .20. FEEDER PIGS: U.S. 1 -2 30-40 lb 188.8.131.52 ; 40-50 lb. 24.25-29.00; 8060 lb. 28.75-32.00; all sold by the head; bred sows 142.50-174.00 per head. American Firms Flock To Europe to Buy, Sell Business Today GARAGE SALE 782 E. Mill Sl„ Xnoxville 111. THURS. JUNE 28 — 9 a.m. - t Clothing for all, children s|. infants \o 4, lots of toys & stuffed animals, chllds record player & doll bed, pictures, dishes & misc. DRIVEWAY SALE THURSDAY, JUNE 28 11-7 164 Lincoln Riaiin (xr Shine BACKYARD SALE 237 S. Pearl THURSDAY, JUNE 28 9-4 Clothing & Mise, Items. GARAGE SALE 418 Olive St. THURSDAY & FRIDAY 8 A.M. - 5 P.M. Nic-nacs, utensils, pans, gadgets, books, dresses—size 10-12, misc. items. Not Responsible for Accidents 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 is to be published. GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL DISPLAY ADV. — Phone 343-7181 CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRIES 25 Lb. Whole or Sliced — Sugared — $13.25 These Strawberries are here now and available while supply lasts. MICHIGAN FRUITS If you are ordering for mora ihan one person please place orders seperately. • -30 .12 .22 -11 .30 -15 .20 -10 -30 -20 -10 . 8 30 Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb, Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. 6','i Lb. 30 15 25 12 22 11 -30 16 -30 -16 -28 -30 -15 -15 .10 -30 -16 -10 30 Lb Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. . llVj Lb. 23 Lb. STRAWBERRIES — S -— STRAWBERRIES - S — STRAWBERRIES — NS STRAWBERRIES — NS STRAWBERRIES »~ JOT STRAWBERRIES — IOF BLUEBERRIES - NS BLUEBERRIES — NS APPLES — S -GOOSEBERRIES ~ NS GOOSEBERRIES — NS —PEACHES — IQF APRICOTS — B APRICOTS — S BLACKBERRIES — IQF BLACKBERRIES — IQF --------- DRK. SWEET CHERRIES - S DRK SWEET CHERRIES — S DRK SWEET CHEBHIES - NS DRK! SWEET CHERRIES - NS BED PIE CHERRY - 8 RED PIE CHERRY — S RED PIE CHERRY - NS .'. RED PIE CHERRY - NS RED RASPBERRIES - NS BOYSENBERRY — IQF — BOYSENBERRY - IQF ---CHUNK PINEAPPLE — NS CHUNK PINEAPPLE - S CHUNK PINEAPPLE — 8 CRUSH PINEAPPLE - NS CRUSH PINEAPPLE — f CRUSH PINEAPPLE - S RHUBARB — IQF RHUBARB — IQF - $15.60 S 7.15 S13.8S $ 7.1S HMO $ 9.95 114.80 S 7,75 S12.50 $10.10 $ S.9S S 6.36 518.10 S $.65 823.00 $12.25 $13.25 $ 6.85 812.55 $ 6.75 $12.20 $ 7.15 $12.80 S 7.60 $23.60 $23.00 112.25 S 7.90 S 6.7$ $14.30 S 7.15 $ 5.16 S12.80 $ 49$ $ 6.35 NOTE; Price* on some sizes of peaches, red raspberries, and Blk. raspberries have not arrived yet because of crop shortages. If you wish these you may leave an order and we'll let you know prices when we get them and If they will bt available. IQF—Means fruit individually frozen with no sugar. NS—Means no sugar. 8—Mean* sugared. Get your orders in now. Phono or mail us this handy ord«r blank. You will be notified by phone or mail when your fruit will arrive- Probably last week of July or First week of Auugti. Price* are subject lo change without nolle*. KITCH'S LOCKER $00 NORTH MAIN STREET — BOX 158 MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS PHONE 734-3416 "Before it was just too much rouble," he said. "To do business Jn this part of the world meant a lot of woe. But now I can sell to the Poles as easily as to a company in New York, And the Poles are nterested, so here I am." Craychee is president of i ranklln Park, 111., manufac .tiring company, one of dozens of American firms which exhibited this year for the first ime at Poznan's International Trade Fair. Committee's Decision Good For Market NEW YORK (UPI) - Walston & Co. says last week's decision by the administration's Committee on Interest and Dividends to ease corporate dividend restrictions should be good for the market. The firm says the decision will "give good common stocks more appeal when competing with other forms of investment" and "aid retired people who need yield." With the Committee on Interest and Dividends' decision to ease dividend restrictions, Bache & Co. says it is time to get rid of some of the poorer quality stocks and hold onto the solid ones. The firm says, "We continue to emphasize the better quality growth stocks for the longer term and suggest caution over the near term, especially in low priced issues." While there have been some news events to encourage market investment, the trend in stocks still is downward, according to the Dines Letter. The firm says "wo cannot escape the conclusion that despite intermittent rallies, the tide is still going out." Despite the recent decline in the market, there are numerous "bullish" signs around, according to the Spear Market Report. "For example," the firm says, "if all Dow companies raised their dividends to permissible limits and were the Dow to command the same 'yield' as it does today, the popular averages would Once again be on cloud nine at 1,000 plus." Riding Club Planning Show OQUAWKA - The Henderson Valley Riding Club of Oquawka will present a trail, ride and show July 1. The trail ride will begin at 10 a.m. at the forest reserve between Oquawka and Kelthsburg with the show following at 1 p.m. Prizes and trophies will be awarded after lunch on the grounds, - WANTED Concrete & Block Work Phone 289-4630 Spurred by Improved East* West relations and subsequent easing of restrictions on trade with Communist countries these Yankee traders have descended in droves in the past 18 months on Poland and Its East European neighbors buying, selling and lending like never before. Display of America Nowhere was the new attitude more in evidence than at the Poznan fairgrounds, More than 4,000 companies from 30 countries exhibit at the two-part fair, making it one of the largest of its kind in the world. You can see everything from Polish railway cars to British sewing machines and Soviet mining equipment, resting indoors and outdoors around the grounds like huge animals in a zoo. ' Despite the size and scope of the Poznan fair, the American exhibit here for the past 10 years has been organized by the U.S. Information Agency and was, according to one official, "more a display of America than its products." This year—with East-West trade booming — all that changed, Hard-sell Approach The Department of Commerce took over organization of the U.S. Pavilion. It dropped all non-commercial displays and more than tripled the number of participating companies to 51. No more handouts, no more free copies of "Amerika" magazine for the hordes of Poles who wandered through the building. Instead of seminars on industrial design, there were three 30-ton road building vehicles shipped from Chicago There were computers, control systems, electronics. "In short it was a hard-sell approach," Harold Bromel, the Commerce Department's top man here, said. "This year we sold goods, not ideas." One effect of the new U.S. attitude has been a drop in attendance at the American Pavilion, crowded with stands and heavy machinery. , "It's just not as interesting for the average guy," one businessman said.. "But the experts are pleased, and they are the ones we are trying to reach. They decide what to buy and what not to buy." GOLD—BUYING GOLD X.P. of better by type $20—gold pieces $160,00 10—gold pieces es.oo 6—gold pieces .... 47.00 2^4—'gold pieces 42.00 1—gold piece 7B.00 Ph. 342-3329 Before 9i30 or after S Buying pre-6B silver paying 89% FOR SALE 2-Ysar-Old Apartment Site REFRIGERATOR Good Condition Phone 289-4936 After 5:00 p.m. FOR SALE 1972 Volkswagen Super Beetle, excellent condition, sun roof, undercoating, radio, 8,300 Wiles. 343-9831 FOR SALE 1972 CAPRICE 2 Door Hardtop, Sliver Gray, Black Vinyl top, Air Cond., Crtilsematlc, P.S., & P.B., $3,64$ Call 342-1239 After 4 P.M. FOR SALE . G60d Work Car '64 Olds 4-Door — $250.00 ceramic Kilns Paragon $75.00 3kutt $100.00 Consider Trade For Desk 342-1096 LOST DOG VICINITY OF OLIVE tt LOSEY 2 Yrs. old. Bl. & Wh. Cockapoo (cross between Cocker and Poodle). Name — Roscoe. Very friendly. Reward. 342-3139 FOR SALE 1972 HONDA Trail 90, Automatic Shift. 116 Miles, 6 Speeds, See Anytime 59 Imperial Dr. Sod For Sale LAN N HOLM'S TRUCKING 343-9275 or 343-3946 HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER: 2 story beautiful 3 or 4 bedroom, living rodrn, dining room, family room, large kitchen, Hfc baths, fireplace, and lot more extras. Home shown by appointment only at 1388 N. Broad. 343-6470. Mid 20's. i - WANTED Galesburg retailer has full time opening for housewares assistant manager & paint & wallpaper sales lady & part time plumbing salesman. SEND RESUME TO Galesburg Register-Mail % Box 906 FOR SALE Skyline Mobile Home Located In Beautiful Mobile Home Park --45 Miles North of Tampa, Fla. 12x60, 2 Bedroom, Central Air-Conditioning, Patio & Carport Awning, Metal Bldg. and Skirting. Close to Shopping Center & Clinic. INQUIRE 342-0712 For Immediate Sale By Person Who Is Moving CALORIC STOVE Will sacrifice, if Interested cell 342*2586 After 5 pm for more Information For Sale Acreage BEST BUY On Hack Top lust South from Altone on Walnut St. t I Acre tract has utilities at $13,000 t 3 Bedroom Bench —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 Aries. Cali 484-5993 for Appt. Leo Hqger Broker, Auctioneer. Appraiser Farm Listings Needed NIGHT AUCTION TOOLS CORBINS ANTIQUES-FURNITURE DISCOUNT FURNITURE STORE 565 N. WEST ST. Thurs., June 28th - 7:00 P.M. -~ TOOLS — Thor speed grinder; Delco crawler; work bench with vise; Mar- coit key cutting machine (cuts steel or brass); Qulncy air compressor with tank and Vz H.P. motor; Black Hawk 4 ton hydraulic roll around floor Jack; Black Hawk 3 ton hydraullo hand jack; 3 screw jacks; scissor jack (4) 5000 lb. Jack stands; 21" Toro Pup snow " Shop vac cleaner; pr. metal loading ramps blower; Home and high and 4 Va ft- long vac cleaner; pr. metal loading iftsman lawn cart; 2 golf carts; paint; Jeeper-Creeper. jots of small carpenter hand tools Including 12" box misc. 3 Diston saws, hand drills, hack saws, coping saws, star drills, box small drills, block plane. 10" and 18" wood planes, crowbars, hammers, levels, screw drivers, tool box and other misc. small tools. — ANTIQUES — Oak library table: oak wash stand with towel rack; 4 nice antique walnut chairs; Windsor rocker; oak drop front desk: solid walnut table; 2 oak chairs; oak lamp table; walnut table; vlotrola cabinet; some antique dishes and jars; trunk; 2 cream cans; 2 Kero lamps: coal hod; small Iron kettle lantern; sad Irons; small turtle back trunk; shoe list; VlctroU record, other antique msde. ~ FURNITURE — Studio lounge; base rocker; end tables; recliner: 6 pc. walnut bedroom suite; 4 pc. water full design bed room suite; chest of drawers: night table; apt. size gas stove; modern apt. sl/.e refrigerator: 6 pc. chrome dinette net; kitchen cabinet; 2 cabinet bases, pots, pans, dishes and other misc. msde. Protector screen, shell loading equip., Black & Decker vibrator minder, shopcraft sabre saw, U" Uiill & bits, like new Smlth-Coron* adding machine P. C. BUCKLEY and OTHERS, Owner* CORSIN'I AUCTION SERVICE DELENE COOK-ClKk Phone 343-1033 COOK and WOODS—Auctioneers ttanrfy Possible Some aooldgista place pandas in the baaf family} others say they m rotated to raccoons. Smithsonian Institution scientist* believe they belong in a separate family of (their own. HEAD THE WANT ADS! — PAMBYTERIAN — RESALE SHOP ECONOMY CORNER Knoxvllli, III. OPEN THOBS. 10 a.m.<4 p.m. New Entrance en East Sid* of Church FOR SALE BY OWNER 23-YH. OLD HOME l'/a Story, ean use as 2-4 bedroom, excellent locatldh In Mid 20's. 1806 CLAY DR. Ph. 342-4839 Wonted To Buy FARM SCRAP IRON (Will Pick Up) Junk Cart Removed D&D SERVICES 529*9431 529-9493 l*ote .Romir FOR CLOGGED |Don't Dig Up Your Sewei No Chare* It We Fall Call 343 6913 — or Phone 342-6430 GUARANTEED WORK READ THE WANT ADS1 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 Quality Precast Concrete MANUFACTURED IN GALESBURG • Scalloped Lawn Mower Trim with inside or outside corners. • Ask about our 14 squares to ring 18" & 24" round to make a 30, 36 or 48" square. • 7 Foot Parking Curbings. • 6 & 7 Foot Parking Logs. • Special prices for quantity purchases of parking logs & curbings. • / GALESBURG CONCRETE MATERIAL CO. 1050 MONMOUTH BLVD. PH. 343-3181 PUBLIC AUCTION of REAL ESTATE This sale will Cotusist df soling Itlhe town toail pud lot in CafrtreMn, IUin'oiis and Hibe IFtoyid Township Giaaiage Bind grfourid. on Sat., June 30, 1973 COMMENCING AT 10:00 A.M. SHARP Both properties will be sold at the town hall in Cameron, III. The township garage is approximately 24x40 with a 16 ft. wide by 14 ft. high overhead door. Wired for 220 and also 110. Metal roof, Good cement floor and approximately 12x24 cement apron In front. Lot size Is approximately 00 ft. Wide by 130 ft. long. Located 3ii miles southeast of Cameron, Illinois. The town hall is a brick building approximately 24x48 ft. on a lot of approximately 30 ft. wide by 75 ft. long. Contents: 13 rows of theatre seats; 2 tables; 5 chairs. The township officials require 23% down the day of sale and the balance in 30 days or before. TERMS — CASH Not Reiponsiblo For Accident! Auctioneer: EUGENE WHITE, Knoxvllle, Ulinoli,, Ph. 289-2561 Auditor*: LYLE NELSON, Ph. 5B3-9B44; DON BROWNE; STEVE JOHNSON and HAROLD STRAND PUBLIC SALE OF REAL ESTATE Pursuant to Court order the undersigned owners will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, or bidders, the following described real estate. Sale to be held on premises. Saturday Morning, June 30 10 A.M. LOCATION: Eighteen miles west of Canton, on Route 9, then one quarter mile South. Or eight mile East and North of Bushnell, on Murphy blacktop, Or 10 mile South East of Avon. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Commencing at the northwest corner of the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter of Section twenty-seven (27), township seven (7) north, range one (1) east of the 4th principal meridian, in the County of Fulton and State of Illinois, and running south on the West line of said Southwest quarter of said northeast quarter of said Section 27 twenty (20) rods, thence East parallel with the North line of said Southwest quarter of said Northeast quarter of said section 27 Twenty-four (24) rods, thence North parallel with the West line of said southwest quarter of said northeast quarter of said Section 27 to the North line thereof, «nd thence West on the North line of said southwest quarter of said northeast quarter of said station 27 to the place of beginning, «Uu- ated In the County of Fulton and slate of Illinois. Containing three acres, more or less, good level land, improved with extra good four bedroom home of brick and steel construe- The kitchen has built-in cupboards, built in wall oven and built In automatic tlUhwashor. Large living room with fireplace. Two nice baths, one with shower. Large walkin closets in bedroom*. Nice utility room. Family room and dining room. Large garage and workshop with overhead door. New oil burning hot water furnace With baseboard heat. Deep drilled well and water softener, illy appreciated This is an exceptionally good ucreaga and must be teen to be Intereated parties please contact the undersigned auctioneer for Inspection, or call Mrs. Nedra Fitch at the Farmers and Merchant* Bank, Bushnell, III. Ph. 772-2171 during banking hours, or evening* at 409-3763. TERMS: 20% of purchaso prlco c'uy of tale with balance In 30 days, or upon delivery of Warrtnty Deed, whichever may occur first Sellers will pay taxes for year l!)7:i, due and payable In 1073. Property sold subject to taxes for IU7X du« and puyabl* in 1074. Title liiMirancc policy will be furnished In amount not less than purchase price, showing mcrchunllble tltlo In sellers. NEDRA FITCH, Owner CHISSEV. KOST and DOWNS -Attorney* ROBERT FITCH, Owner •SBO, iATH «n4 WILBOM-AUoiney* LOWELL BUCK—Auctioneer. Avon, 111. 9b. 485-3370.
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