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22 "Gifesbufg Reaisfer-Moil, Galesburg, Friday, June 29, 1973 Market Reports Today HtW Ydfk Steeki [Conl Oil %Vk Safeway 29H NEW YORK (UPI; - S(ock|£PC Jntl 29Vi St. Regis 37J.4 mafkll midday prices: Admiral 7% Inland Stl 2914 AlldCHem 33% IBM 318 Mid Mills 24% fnt Harv 27% Alld Sirs 24 Int Nick W* Allfs Chal 8'/4 Int Paper 34% AJcoa 58% Int T&T 30% Am Air 11 Iowa P&L 22% Am Can 32'/* Johns-Mn 20% Am Cyan 23 Kennecoft 24% AmEIPwr 26% Kresge 34 Am Mtrs 7 Kroger 1514 Am T&T 51% Lib McN 4% M«reanfi(« Sxcrtangt Sf. Lduit Livtifoek j Grain Pufurti CHICAGO fUPI) - Futures ST. LOUIS (UPI)-Uvestdck: I CHICAGO (UPI) *» Grain on the Chicago Mercantile Ex- 1 Hogs 4,000; Steady; No 1-2-range: change today: ,200-235 lb 41.50,' No 1-3 200-240 lb! _ High Low dose PfevJ 41.00-41.50; No ! 2-3 230-260 lb? High Low Close Prev. Anaconda 18 Ashl Oil 27 At) Rich 85% Avco 9% Bea Fds 22% Bendix34% Beth Stl 27% Boeing 17% Borden 21% Litton 8% Lockhd 5% Mar Oil 29 Maytag 27% Merck WA Minn Min 83% Mobil Oil 64% Monsanto 52% Nat Bis 44% Dana 29 SanFelnd 23% [Deere 38% Sears 94% Du Pont 168 Shell Oil 52 Eastman 137% Simmons 18% Exxon 99% So Pac 32 Falstaff 3% Sperry 41% Firestone 18% Sfd Bds 51 Ford M(rs 54% SO Ind 86% Fruehauf 25% Stvns JP 25% Gam Sko 26% Stude 33% Gen Dyna 16% Texaco 34% Gen El 57% Tex Inst 87% Gen Fds 25-% Gen Mtrs 66% | Gen Tel 29% jGen Tire 18 Goodrich 21% Un Carb 34% Un El 16% Utd Corp 7% US Gyps 22 US Stl 30% 260-280 lb 39.00- Sep Cattle. 50; not enough on of- (J* fer \/o establish prices. ' v ; ar Sheep 25. ! M !.y / i corn I ~ Y, Jly 42.2.5 41.90 42.25 42.05J ST - (UPI) - Missouri!Sep 43.10 43.05 43.05 42.30lP roduce: |Dec 43.05 41.75 42.95 41.95J Eggs consumer Grade A large'Mar 44.10 42.47 4410 42.62147-57, medium 40-51, small 32- ! May 44.10 42.75 44.10 42.85 ^4; B large 42-53. i Live Beef Cattle 140.2541.00; jAug 47.60 47.12 47.52 47.17=40.25. Oct 47.85 47.27 47.85 47.35 Dec 48.35 47.75 45.35 47.72 i Feb 48.50 47.95 «.47 48.05 ) Apr 48.22 47.50 48.22 47.57 ! Live Hogs ! Jly 'Aug | Oct iDec Feb Apr Jun Jiy 42.70 41.20 42.70 41.50 42.30 41.00 42.25 41.50 42.20 41.30 42.20 41.27 Frozen Pork Bellies Cap C Bdg 42%01in Corp 13 Catplr 57% Outbd M 30% Celanese 32 Owens-Ill 29% Ccn Tel 23% Penn Cen 1% Cessna 17% Penney 77'/« Chrysler 24% Pepsi Cola 81% Cities Svc 47% Pfizer 46% Coca-Cola 141% Phil Pet 53% Colum Gas 28%Procter G lOZV* Comm Ed 30% Quak Oat 31% Comsat 46 RCA 23% Cons Ed 23 Rep Stl 23% Cont Can 26% Revlon 5914 I Goodyear 22% Wset Un 21 Greyhnd 14% Wstghs El 34% Gulf Oil 22% Weycrh 58% 111 Cent 18% Woolwrth 21% III Pwr 27% Aug Feb Mar May 58.00 57.42 57.92 57.50 58.20 57.60 58.15 57.70 63.55 62.05 63.55 62.00 62.87 61.60 62.87 61.40 67.00 61.50 67.00.60.50 Markets at a Glance Chicago Produce CHICAGO (UPI)-Cheese: Processed loaf 70.25-80.50; single daisies 78-82; Swiss 89 Hens ice-packed broiler-fryers 42.6543.50 for next week's delivery. St. Louis produce: Eggs wholesale Grade A large 3840, standard 30-35, medium 30-35, unclassified 16-20. Oats (old) Jly 93 Oats (new) Jly 94% Sep 98% Dec 102 Soybeans Jly Aug 270 260 268% 260 260 256 268% 256% 269 260 287% 259 269% 261% 267% 259% 264 254% 261 254% 221 209 215% 213% 203 195 200 198% 193 185 192% 185% 194% 187% 194 185% 194% 187% 194% 184% Chieago dram Range CHICAGO (UPI)-Wheat w mixed, corn irregularly higher and soybeans substantially lower at noon today on the Board of Trade. Prices at Noon Wheat 2.64% off 4% 2.64 off 5 Jly Sep Dec 89 89 92% 87 89 95 95% 98% 101 Jiy Sep Dec Jiy Aug jSep 92%|Nov 96%! 99 Corn 2.16 up 2%' 2.00% up 1%! 1.90% up 5%' Soybeans 10.00 off 80 10.05 off 40 8.60 off 40 5.83 off 29% ' BACKYARD SALE m PHILLIPS SATURDAY, JUNE 30 ! t AM Id t PM Tire*. Polorold earner*, clothing, jewelry, mine. Inside in case of rain. GARAGE SALE 1592 BROWN AVE. BAtyflOAV, June lOfh 1 A.M. - S P.M. Antique*, clothing, depression ala««, nlc-naes, dishes, usual misc., table and 4 chair*, lamp*, books, GARAGE SALE 12*0 GRAND AVE. BAf., June 30—« - « Linens, blankets, (sheets, pillow > cases, curtains, towels, feather pillows, some clothing, Jewelry, i gloves, and many other Items. j Hot Responsible for Accident* . INDOOfi -OUTDOOn MOVING SALE 141 MAPLE AVE. FRIDAY k SATURDAY Alt Da? Washer, dec. dryer, refrlj?., clothing & lots of misc. By United Press International | blocks 80-100 lb Grade A Stocks lower in slow trading.; 92 - 50 ' A 87*90.50. 'Bonds steady. j CHICAG0 (UPI) - Midwest U.S. government bonds slight- ! e ggs : Iy lower in quiet trading. j steady; prices unchanged; American stocks lower in extra large 60; large 58; medi- slow trading. ; urn 54; pullets 46; standard 49; Cotton futures higher. checks 40. Chicago grain futures mixed.' Cattle steady; top 48.50. READ THE WANT ADS! by Tirestone Lincoln Woman 's Body Recovered LINCOLN, HL (IJPI) - The body of a 29-year-old Lincoln woman was rtcovered Thursday from Salt Greek where she drowned Sunday while attempting to pull her children from the creek. Mrs. Shirley Steffens, her husband Jack, and their two children, aged 7 and 8, had gone to the creek on a fishing trip. Stesffens was able to pull the children'to safety when the youngsters were caught in the] swift current, but Mrs. Steffens ddsap0r!ed in the water. iSep > ! Nov Jan Mar May 1000 1000 1000 1075 1005 1005 1005 1045 860 860 860 900 595 572% 592 608 593 564% 587 603 591 564 % 587 603 539 564 586 603 READ THE WANT ADS! Dow Jones Averages NEW YORK (UPI) - Dow Jones 1 p.m. CDT stock aver ages: BACKYARD SALE SATURDAY, JUNE 30 » A.M. - 4 P.M. 1738 E. Main 6 Yr. old maple crib, encyclopedias, ladies clothes sz. 9-14, nic-nacs. GARAGE SALE 1629 MEADOW DH. FHI. — 3-8 p.m. SAT. — 8 a .m. - 8 p.m. Bunk beds, davenport &c chairs, end tables, vacuum cleaner, adult & children's clothing, dishes & misc. GARAGE SALE 478 E. 6th Ave. FRIDAY, 8-4 — SAT., 8-1 Between Seminary & Chambers Bicycle, 26" with baby carrier; fans, golf cart, hollywood bed frame, books, Playboy magazines, clothing, odds 'n ends. 30 indus 20 trans 15 utils 65 stocks 891.78 off 2.86 156.10 off 0.43 102.25 off 0.22 271.19 off 0.79 READ THE WANT ADS! BASEMENT SALE — HI MaJ Chamber! (Grade door ai baci? 1 of home), Frl. Evt., 5-8 p.m.— Sal., 9 a .m. -2 p.m. Antiques; glass vanity lamps, chairs, dishes, Avon bottles & misc., clothing—Ids. 8-22>,i, boys 10-20 — some men's, much misc. 5c-10c- 25c. CLOSING HOME GARAGE SALE 524 SCOTCH ELM July 2 & 3 9 A.M. lo 3 P.M. Housewares, yard tools and some furniture. 3-FAM1LY GARAGE SALE 1621 McMASTERS AVE. Friday Eve. 8c All Day Sat. Air condiUoner (large size), bicycles, fish aquarium, teflon electric griddle, old radios, motorcycle helmet, clothing alt sizes and articles too numerous to mention. BACKYARD SALE 1516 WEBSTER Frl. & Sat. 8 A.M. - ? CLOTHES Ac MISC. ITEMS- ALL CHEAP FOR SALE 1972 CAPRICE 2 Door Hardtop, Silver Gray, Black Vinyl top, Air Cond., Crulsematlc, P.S., Sc P.B., $3,845 Call 342-1239 After 4 P.M. YARD SALE 595 W. Brooks SATURDAY, JUNE 30 8 AM - 4 PM Odds 8c Ends (In Case of Rain WiU Be Inside) 4 FAMILY GARAGE & PATIO SALE 357 E. Dayton FRL, JUNE 29 — SAT., JUNE 30 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Huge assortment of clothes for all, dishes, curtains, bedding, books, nic-nacs, also antiques. GIA BAZAAR.& BACKYARD SALE 798 E. Knox St. FRL & SAT., JUNE 29 & 30 Toss pillows, socks monkeys, stuffed frogs, cracked marble animals, lots of pretty items, clothing and nic-nacs. Rain or Shine CARPORT SALE 1679 N. Broad St. SATURDAY, JUNE 30 9 A.M. till 8:00 P.M. Bicycle, furniture, dishes, glassware, tools, clothing, Etc., Etc. Rain or Shine GIGANTIC GARAGE SALE 955 BATEMAN SATURDAY, June 30th 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Antique buffet & table, gas stove, clothing (all sizes), lots of misc. items. GIGANTIC GARAGE SALE 1042 Brown Ave. Friday to 8 PM - Sal. lo 1 PM Some antiques, furniture, glassware, 35 mm camera and projector, etc. 4 FAMILY YARD SALE 161 DIVISION SATURDAY, June 30th 9 A.M. - ? (Rain Dale Sunday, July 1) Clothing, all sizes, pots, pans, dishes, nic-nacs, toys & lots of misc. items. Nothing Sold Before 9 BACKYARD SALE 1386 BROWN AVE. Sat., June 30 8 A.M. - 5 P.M. Wooded frame windov/s and screens, men's 8c women's bikes & misc. MOVING SALE 402 S. WASHINGTON ABINGDON, ILL. SAT., JUNE 30 Coppertone gas range, gas dryer, dinette set, air cond., mini bike, drum set, elec. guitar & amp., lots of clean clothes 8c misc. items. PATIO SALE 1187 E. Knox St. Sat., June 30-9 am-3 pm Curtains and drapes, tricycle, children's and adult clothing, and misc. items. BACKYARD SALE 997 N. BROAD SATURDAY, June 301h 9 A.M. lo 8 P.M. Humidifier, photograph, sofa, hockey skates, sled, Christmas decorations, shoes, wigs and clothes. BREEZWAY SALE 1848 ROBERTSON AVE. Frl. Eve. 7-9; Sal. 8 a.m.-Noon Lots of little girls dresses & play outfits, size toddlers & up — 10c ea. One 40' wooden extension ladder, double sink with drain board for each. Other misc. Garage Sale 623 Florence Ave. Saturday, June 30 9 til 4 Boys Spyder bike, girls' 24" bike, bedroom & misc. furn., baby clothes & equip., curtains, spreads, tools, books, Venetian blinds, childs table & chairs, fans, games, toys & misc. GARAGE SALE The Best Sale of ihe Week lo Setila the LILLIAN HAHN ESTATE Furniture, dishes, linens, clothing, Antiques, television. Most everything tor keeping house. Also 70 feet of Hi" plastic pipe. FRIDAY EVENING and ALL DAY SATURDAY June 30ih, 1973 970 DUDLEY East of Brown Ave. MOVING SALE 4 mi. west of Gales, on Rl. 34 lo Thompion Grain Co. 1st house north, SAT., JUNE 30 9 A.M. - ? Children & adult clothing, dishes, curtains, furniture & antiques & etc. READ THE WANT ADS! BIG YARD SALE 1598 North Prairie SATURDAY 8c SUNDAY 9:00 A.M. Double bed frame, single bed frame, youth bed complete, inch.worm, set of dishes, pots and pans, toys and games, children's books, children's and adult's clothing, and much more. 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 YARD SALE SATURDAY, JUNE 30 9 - 5 212 Columbus Ave. Good clothing - children's. Junior-teens, ladies sz. 12 & 16; wigs; electric blanket, misc. household items & toys. THIS PORTION TO-BE RETURNED TO D E PA RTMENT. O F-THfi TREASURY OFFICE OF REVENUE SHARING 1900 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. N.W. WASHINGTON, D.C. 20226 ^K)/£] EXECUTIVE PROPOSAL Check this block; if this plan is based on v^J an executive proposal kt^ DEBT How will the availability of revenue sharing funds affect the bwfowing jeqt«fe/o«nts of your jurisdiction? AVOID DEBT INCREASE I I LESSEN DEBT INCREASE NO EFFECT TOO SOON TO PREDICT EFFECT FOLDING ALUMINUM RATIO CHAIRS J Ideal lor patio, * porch or lawn J Wgather-resitlant * 6x4x4 two-ton* polypropylene wcbbmft blendi with any docor J Deluxo one-inch v tquara aluminum Available At lubing Flreitone store EACH Limit 2 per customer el this price Additional M.49 •ach CAMPERS! VANSI PICKUPS! FIRESTONE TRANSPORT* TRUCK TIRES *lf!73 rOQ .ISBlKfc 7ub»-Typ» Plu« 12 .33 F.E.T .nxl tUtoRyour vthicl*. ••ply rated. GARAGE SALE 1387 HOLLYCHEST CIRCLE Fri. Eve. — 4 PM - ? Sat. — 9 AM - ? Sears humidifier, swimming pool filter, hand made doll house, clothes, toys, baked goods &c misc. 1 the pcopk tfft people We're RADIAL TIRE Headquarters 1 188 E. Simmons Ph. 343-3179 Let Us Service Your Car While You Work. Transportation Service to Your Work or Home Mon. - Fri. 8 AM-5 PM; Sat. 8 AM-2 PM PLENTY OF FREE PARKING ROSENBERRY JERRY'S TEXACO 1 SMITH & ALLEN TEXACO Martin & Monroe 1 SMITH & ALLEN K. Main & Line KnoxvJJle, Hi Abingdon, 111. 1 41 N. Kellogg 289-2151 462-2784 1 342-4413 DAVE & ANDY'S 1-74 & K. Mala m-9477 TATE SERVICE STATION Seminary & Fremont 343-2018 BOLIN MOBIL 631 N. Henderson 343-1558 GARAGE SALE 139S HARRISON Rain or Shin* SAT.. JUNE 30 8 AM - 4 PM Tools, books, paintings on barn wood, ntce lamp, clothes, nic nacs, tool box, foam, much misc. {M1TAXES In wWch of the following manners is it expected that the availability of Revenue Sharing Funds will affect the tax levels of your jurisdiction? Check as many as appty. • WILL ENABLE HEOUCING RATE OF A MAJOR TAX. • WILL PREVENT INCREASE W RATE OF A MAJOR TAX D W1LL PREVENT ENACTING A NEW MAJORTAX BACKYARD SALE 1731 BLUEBIRD DR. SAT., JUNE 30 9 AM to 3 PM Vacuum cleaner, coffe« pots, full size maple bed frame, children's clothing, 35 mm movie camera, radios, blankets, bedspreads, many other Items. GARAGE SALE 432 IRWIN SAT., JUNE 20 — 9 «.m. - ? Lots of good clothing, exhaust fan, lots of nic nacs, dishes, some antiques, little bit of everything. WILL REDUCE AMOUNT OF RATE INCREASE OFA MAJORTAX. NO EFFECT ON TAX LEVELS [><J TOO SOON TO PREDICT EFFECT OPERATING/MAINTENANCE EXPENDITURES PRIORITY , EXPENDITURE CATEGORIES (A) 1 hU8UC SAFETY LENVTRONMENTAL PROTECTION RHWJC fcrBANSPORTATWNl UBCREATION BACKYARD SALE 14SS MONROE Sat., June 30; 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sewing machine, C.B. radio, short wave radio, chtlds desk & chair. Bedspreads, curtains, baby thru adult clothing. Men's too. Many ink*. Not responsible for accidents. 3- Garage Sale 556 Columbus Ave. SATURDAY 8 a.m. t<* ?? f<ji>l t.iljle, Uiw/i mower, bicycle, l;;>by riir bed, toyj>, gutnish, CJUL- I IIO nudum, record cha/i^er, /il/n splicer, filo cabinet, deep fryer, children* clothing & JlilM'. s LIBRARIES SOCIAL SERVICES' FORACEOa POOR a FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION S TOTAL PLANi^cO MATING/MAINTENANCE IXftH • PLANNED EXPENDITURES 18) S 6,324.00 $6,324.00 PUIMEO FOB MAINTENANCE Of ixisriMG UIMCtS (0 % % 100 % % % % HKOI1 PUMieo FO* NEW0A fWAKOSO SBMCB ia % t THE GOVERNMENT OF \ PLANS TO EXPENO ITS REVENUE.SHARING- ALLOCATION FOR THE ENTITLEMENT PERIOD BEGINNING JAN. 1, 1973 and ending JUNE 30, 1973 IN THE-WaOVVWG•^4AlmEJ>BAS€D»UK>N.AN Estimated Total OF $6,324 ACCOUNT NO. 14 3 048 005 Galesburg Township Supervisor Knox County GalesbUrg, Illinois 61401 CAPITAL EXPENDITURES i have advised s local newspaper and the news media of the contents of this report. Furthermore I have records documenting the contents of this report and they are open for public and news media scrutiny. JAMES A. THOMPSON WGMATuae of emu txKxmyi orncen Supervisor — Galesburg Township MAM{4 Tim - fXi.AH f»»«T To be published week of 6-25-73 BATE W»USMiO Galesburg Register-Mail NAM! Of NIWSfA/M EXPENDITURE CATEGORIES E 10 MULTIPURPOSE AND GENERAL GOVT. 11 EDUCATION 12 HEALTH 13. TRANSPORTATION 14. SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IS HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PLANNED EXPENDITURES F 16 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 17 ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION 18 PUBLIC SAFETY 19 RECREATION CULTURE 20 OTHERS ISpteily) 21 OTHERS (Sp*ci/y) 22 OTHERS /Sptci/y] 23 OTHERS I Sptci/y) 24 OTHERS ISptcVyl 25 TOTAL PtAWtfO CAPITAL IXPtNOI- TUflES PERCENT PLANNED FOR: EQUIPMENT S % % % % % [coNsntucrroNt H %l UNO ACQUISITION DEBT RETiKMBO- J % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % •*1 % % % % %

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