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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, October 4, 1963
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18 Gofesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, Fridov. Oct. 4, 1963 Market Reports Today Now York Stocks NEW YORK (UPD-Stock market midday prices: Admiral 22% Iowa PAL 5614 Aldens 23V« Johns-Man 4BV4 Allegh Lud 42V* Kennecott 79 Alld Chem 51^ Kresge 28 T /« Alld Strs 53 Kroger 29% Allis Chal 17 Lib McN 15% Alum Ltd 27ft Alcoa 67 Am Air 28% ABC Pmt 29% Am Can 45% Am Cyan 58% Am M&F 18% Am Mtrs 20% Am T&T 129% Am Tob 28% Anaconda 50% Armour 40 Atchison 28% Avco 23% Bendix 51 Beth Stl 33 Boeing 34% Borg War 49% Case 9% Catplr 44% Celanese 52 Cent Soya 27% C&NW 28% Chi RI 27% Chrysler 90V4 Cities Svc 67 Lockhd 36% Mar Oil 56% Maytag 38 Min Hnywl 124ty Minn Min 62% Monsanto 58% Mont Ward 37% Morrell 24'A Nat Bis 55% Nat Can 15% Nat Dairy 64 Nat Gyps 47% Nat Ld 74% NYC 22% No Amn 50% Nor Pac 48 Nor St Pwr 35 Olin Math 42% Outbd M 14% Pac Tel 32% Penney 44% Penn RR 20% Pepsi Cola 56% Phil Pet 54% Piper Air 31% Pure Oil 42% Oolesburg Hog Market Galesnnrg Order Buyers C. B. A Q. Stockyards Market steady. Bulk of eastern shipping hogs, $15.15-$15.40. Top, $15.65. Quotations: 200-230 $14.90-$15.65 230-260 $14.65-$15.60 260-300 $14.25-$15.15 Sows: 300-500 $12.00-$14.25 Bushnoll Livestock Market is steady. Top, $15.75; 190-260 pounds, $15.25-$15.50; 260300, $14.75-$15.25; sows steady, bulking at $12.75-$14.50; cattle, weak; lambs .steady. Monday's Estimate* CHICAGO (AP) - Estimated livestock receipts for Monday are 12,000 cattle 8,000 hogs and 700 sheep. Coca Cola 104Vi Qua Oats 66% Colum Gas 29% RCA 72% Comm Ed 50% Rep Stl 43% Cons Ed 86% Cont Can 46% Cont Oil 63% Deere 64 Diana 9% Douglas 21% Revlon 43% Rexall 36% Reyn Tob 40% Safeway 60% Schenley 21% Sears 99% Dow Chem 59% Shell Oil 44% Du Pont 246% Simmons 43% Eastman 112% Sinclair 45% El Auto Li 25% So Pac 33% Erie 3% Firestone 38% Flintkt 21% Ford Mtrs 55 Friden 44% Fruehauf 29% Gen Dyna 24% Gen El 80% Gen Fds 86% Gen Mtrs 79 Gen Tel 28 Goodrich 55% Goodyear 40% Sperry 19 Sq D 44 Std Bds 74 SO Cal 65% SO Ind 62% SO NJ 70% Stude 8 Swift 39 Texaco 70% Texas Inst 83% Un Carb 107% Un El 27 Un Pac 78% Intorior Nog Pricot SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) (USDA) — Interior Illinois hog prices (State-Federal); Receipts 35,000; 1-3 190-240 lb butchers 15.00-15.75, mostly 15.25-15.65; 1-2 200-230 lbs 15.75-16.15; around 100 head 200-215 lbs 16.10-16.15; 1-3 240-270 lbs 14.50-15.25; 1-3 280-350 lb sows 14.00-14.50; 1-3 350-400 lbs 13.00-14.00; 2-3 400-500 lbs 12.0013.00; 2-3 500-600 lbs 11.00-12.00. Peoria Livestock PEORIA, 111. (AP) - (USDA)Hogs 5,100; 1-2 195-225 lb butchers 15.75-16.00; mixed 1-3 190-250 lbs 15.50-15.75; 2-3 250-280 lbs 15.25-15.50; 1-3 270-400 lb sows 13.75-14.75. Oaloiburg Grain Market Consumers Grain ft Supply Co. 12:28 P. M. Corn 11 .11 Corn 62c Soybeans $2.59 Grain Futures CHICAGO (AP) - Grain futures were active and mostly higher on the Board of Trade today. Soybeans moved up more than four cents a bushel on trade expectations that a private crop estimate would place soybean production under the government's September estimate of 720 million bushels. Wheat was % cent higher to % lower, December $2.08; corn unchanged to % higher, December $1.19%; oats % to % higher, December 71% cents; rye 2% to 3% higher, December $1.51%; and soybeans were 2% to 4 cents a bushel higher, November $2.78. Chicago Grain Range CHICAGO (UPD-Grain range: High Low Close Chng. Wheat Dec 209% 207% 208%-207% up % Mr 209% 208 208%-208 off % My 204% 203% 204%-204 up % Jul 169 165% 169 up 3% Sep 171 167% 171 up 3% Corn Dec 121 Grant WT 26% Unt Air L 36% Gt Nor 53% Greyhound 47 Gulf Oil 49% Homestake 48 Hupp 8Vi 111 Pwr 40% In'and Stl 45% IBM 463 Int Harv 57% Int Nick 62% Int Paper 35% Int T&T 50 Utd Corp 8% Utd Fruit 21% Utd Gas 38% US Gyps 87% US P\ay C 25% US Rub 46% US Stl 56% West Un 32% Wstghs El 39% Woolworth 73% Yng S&T 124% Chicago livestock CHICAGO (UPI) - Livestock: Hogs 6,500; steady to 25 lower, late and closing trade fully steady; mixed No 1-3 200-225 lb 16.25-16.40; mixed No 1-3 190-250 lb 15.75-16.25; No 2-3 240-270 lb 15.40-15.75. Cattle 6,500; no calves; slaughter steers steady to 25 higher; heifers steady; 6 loads prime 1200 1325 lb slaughter steers 25.50; bulk high choice and prime 10501350 lb 24.75-25.25; several loads high choice and prime 1400-1450 lb 23.50-24.00; bulk choice 925-1250 lb 23.75-24.50; comparable grade 1250 1575 lb 23.00-24.00; good 900-1250 lb 22.50-23.50; 2 load high choice and prime 1000 - 1025 lb heifers 24.25; bulk choice 800 - 1100 lb 22.75-23.75; good 21.75-22.50. Sheep 300; small supply wooled slaughter lambs strong; few lots choice and prime 90-105 lb wooled slaughter lambs 19.50; good and choice 80-100 lb 18.00-19.00. Chicago Produce CHICAGO (UPD-Produce: Live poultry too few receipts to report prices. Cheese processed cheese 39%44; brick 39%-43%; Swiss Grade A 50-55; B 49-53. Butter about steady; 93 score 59; 92 score 59; 90 score 58%; 89 score 57. Eggs about steady; white large extras 39%; mixed large extras S9%; mediums 32; standards 34%. Dow Jones Averages NEW YORK (UPD—Dow Jones 1 p.m. CDT stock averages: 30 indus 746.43 up 2.18 20 rails 171.18 off 0.07 15 utils 130.39 off 0.15 63 stocks 262.39 up 0.37 Mr My Jul Sep up % off % 119% 120%-120% up 1% 124% 122% 123%-123% up 1% 125% 124% 125 -125% up 1 126% 125% 125% up % 123 122 122% up % Oats Dec 71% 71% 71%- 71% up % Mr 73% 73% 73% up % My 73% 72% 72% Jul 68% 67% 67% Rye Dec 153% 151 152 -152% up 2% Mr 156% 153 155% up 3 My 157 153 155 up 2% Jul 144% 141% 143% up 2 Soybeans Nov 281 276 281 -279% up 5% 285 280% 283%-284 up 4% 288% 284% 287%-286% up 4 291 287 288%-289% up 3% 292% 288 291%-292 up 4% 289% 285 288%-288 up 4 Jan Mr My Jul Aug Final Grain Review The ghost of Anne Boleyn is said to roam the Tower of London with her severed head tucked under her arm. Markets at a Glance Bv United Press International Stocks higher in moderately active trading. Bonds irregular. U.S. government bonds easier in moderately active trading. American stocks narrowly mixed. Midwest stocks higher. Cotton futures steady. Grains in Chicago: Wheat, corn, oats, rye, soybeans higher. Hogs steady to 25 lower, top 16.40; cattle steady to 25 higher top 25.50; sheep steady, top 19.50. Eggs and Poultry Knoxville Road, 'ialesburg Red Kowe. Hatchery Large clean Kggs .. .., 22c Under grade Eggs lev Leghorn Hons 3c Heavy Hens 7t There was evidence in 1962 of an expanding reading public in to Britannica Book of Year. CHICAGO (AP)-Increased foreign demand for wheat and a slightly bullish crop report on soybeans and corn strengthened grain futures market today. Soybeans advanced on a private estimate that placed the bean crop at 727,247,000 bushels as of October 1. This is about 1 million bushels under the Department of Agriculture's September forecast of 728 million bushels. A new government estimate is due October 10. The private estimate, compiled by Bache & Co., estimated corn production at 3,934,000,000 bushels. This is about 4 million bushels under the government's September forecast of figures 3.938,000,000, Demand for corn futures increased after the forecast appeared. Wheat was helped by increased export demand for the bread grain. Estimated carlot receipts included: wheat 7, corn 85, oats 5, rye none, barley 17 and soybeans 208. Chicago Cash Grain CHICAGO (AP) - No wheat, oats or soybean sales. Corn No 3 yellow 1.27; No 4 yellow 1.26-28; sample grade yellow 1.20. Soybean oil 9%n. READ THE WANT ADS! FOR SALE OCTOBER 7 • 8 - 9 • 10 - 11th 2500 Hereford Yearling Steers from Wyoming 600-800 lbs. We hive just purchased Sen. Barlow's yearling steers and will offer them In lots to suit the buyers. These cattle were bought on the low time and we are going to sell them accordingly. CATTLE WILL BE SOLD FREIGHT PAID ON THE BURLINGTON TO ANY OF THEIR STATIONS IN ILLINOIS. It is our opinion that we have seen the low time on both fat and replace* mont cattle. We think you owe it to yourself to inspect this shipment, as these cattle from tho Herd Grass Country of Wyoming are ideally suited for our weather end feed conditions. RELIABLE FEEDERS CAN BE FINANCED WERTHEIMER CATTLE CO., INC. CB.&Q. STOCK YARDS PHONE 342-5126 GAIESBURG, ILL. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market moved close to historic highs late this afternoon despite profit taking. Trading was active. Volume for the day was estimated at 5 million shares compared with 4.52 million Thursday. Gains of fractions to 1 or 2 points outnumbered losers among key stocks. The advance lost a lot of the steam it showed in early dealings. Chrysler, however, went back to its highest level of the day, showing a gain exceeding 2. Ford erased a gain and took a fractional net loss. General Motors remained slightly higher. Most leading steels kept narrow gains. Jones & Laughlin took a loss approaching a point. Sperry Rand looked like the ume leader, maintaining a slim edge to the upside. Chrysler looked like the second most active stock. Reynolds Tobacco was bought heavily and rose nearly 3. Sugars encountered sharp prof- ii taking on their recent rise. IBM added half a dozen points Xerox was up more than 2 and Polaroid more than a point. Aluminums continued higher, Alcoa and Aluminium Ltd. being about a point ahead. Prices were irregularly higher op the American Stock Exchange in fairly active trading. Corporate bonds showed some slight gains but U.S. govern ment bonds showed little change in slow dealings. Lucille Ball, herself unable to walk during a three-year illness, had her first big film break in "The Big Street" as a show girl who became a paralytic. READ THE WAN'J ADS! SMORGASBORD Spoon River Cafe LONDON Mill* ILL. — Every Sunday — Serving 11:30 A.M. to 4 P.M. 75c — Child under 12 $1.50 - Adults MONON SEED WHEAT ClMMd, Treated and Bagged $3.00 Baird Hybrids WUUamsiiold, 111. Phone 639-4155 COMPLETE TREE REMOVAL Fully Insures - Free Estimates POWER STUMP REMOVAL OLSON'S TREE SERVICE Call Cellaet - Trojan S-SIOS Ollaon. III. Oalesburg, 111. - 342-1234 Farm For Sale SO Acrai—S milea from Galesburg on Eail Fremont Foad. 75 acrai tillable. Moderr. houie, excellent water supply. Adequate buildings. Contact John E. Kennedy. Ph. 943-5093 or lilt W Lossy after 5 P.M. MIXED HAY WANTED Can oi tea—Bill Sowen, care CBfcO STOCKYARDS Oaleaburg. Ill—Tel M3-SI1S WertheimeT Cattle Co.. Inc.— Corn Drying and Storage Available Warehouse receipts issued CONTACT WAYNE GLASS Phone 51 on 6, Cameron CAMERON and BERWICK GRAIN STORAGE Cameron, III. SWEET CIDER FRESH EACH FRIDAY 6O0 • Bi,,,n APPtes — your {ug $1.00 and up SWANSON'S ORCHARD 4 miles North of Yates City CLOSED ON SUNDAYS Mr. K Quotes Proverbs on Crop Checkup By PHIL NEWSOM UP! Forelga News Analyst In the Ukraine surveying the wreckage of what had been hoped would be a banner crop year, Soviet Premier Niklta Khrushchev delivered himself of another of his proverbs. "As long as the thunder does not crash," he said, "the peasant does not cross himself." The remark was interpreted as a suggestion to Soviet planners that they might have done more to foresee this year's disaster which has turned the Soviet Union from a normally grain-exporting nation to one forced to scramble on to the world wheat market to meet its minimum needs. Khrushchev's Virgin lands project had not been a success and It appeared he now was abandoning a previous belief that the Soviet Union's growing population needs could be met simply by expanding acreage. As the premier said, the U.S.S.R. was in a "difficult position." For Canada and Australia, one man's loss was another man's gain. From Canada alone, Sovi'/t buyers purchased nearly seven mill/on ton* of wheat fa a record $500 million deal which scraped the bottom of the bins of Canada's exportable surplus. Prom Ottawa, where U.S. wheat dealers were meeting with a Soviet delegation, came reports that the Soviets wanted still more and would buy up to 200 million bushels from the United States if the U. S. government would authorize it. Wheat has been on the V. S. list of goods embargoed against sale to Russia and such a sale required a major change in U.S. policy. There also was the virtual certainty that if the U.S. sold wheat HAMPSHIRE BOARS FOR SALE Sired by AlWood Corn King sixth boar In the nation to qualify as a superior certified meat sire. His Record: & litters submitted for certification on 8 litters qualified. RICHARD GEIGER Phone 934-2706 Woodhull, III. ILLINOIS STATE Yorkshire Boar and Gilt Sale Sponsored by (he ILLINOIS YORKSHIRE ASS'N Monday Night, October 7, 1963 at 7:3ft P.M. MERCER COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS ALEDO, ILLINOIS 40 CHOICE BOARS — 30 OPEN GILTS Leading Yorkshire Herds of the State will be represented. Vaccinated — Bangs Tested PUBLIC AUCTION FURNITURE — TOOLS — DISHES — AUTOMOBILE MOORE'S AUCTION HOUSE - 534 E. SOUTH SATURDAY NIGHT - OCT. 5th - 7:30 P.M. Sharp As follows—Vibrating health machine, $400 value; metal bed spring and innerspring mattress; 2 single bed springs and mattresses; wood dining set, buffet table and chairs; chroma dinette Mi like new; "Ceronado" upright 14 cu. fel. deep freeze like new; 2 door old fashioned cupboard; Cosco table; 21" Caronado TV set; walnut night stand; 25 varnished stayback straight chain; 6 other matching dining chairs; .21 cal, plainsman 175 gat operated pellet gun; "Kelvlnalot" refrigerator; fire extinguishers; kero heaters; butcher knife; cleavers; doors; shovels; 30-gal. elect, hot water heater; corn shelter; IS gal. gas water heater; draftsman chair; fruit jars; fireplace screen; 2 new dust mops; Antique picture frames; metal office desk; "Elgin" water softener; sock dolls; davenports. Articles too numerous to mention. Automobile—1S34 Packard Super Clipper. Good tires. Motor win­ terised ready to go. Oood body. TERMS: CASH Not Responsible for Accidents CECIL R. MOORE, Auctioneer — Ph. 343-3973 FREDERICX EAICKSON—Clerk RYE: Bin run or cleaned and bagged, 1 bu. bags CALL NOW 343-3142 GRAIN and SUPPLY CO. SELECT V0UB SHADE TREES YOUR LOCAL LANDSCAPE DESIGNER ROBERT E. MILLER TELEPHONE 342-5549 GALESBURG OPEN SUNDAYS UNTIL 4:00 P.M. Telephone 995-3311 layette D ^melJiiUe/iy LA FAYETTE. ILLINO SALE of FARM LAND (80 Acre Improved Form) PUBLIC AUCTION On Saturday, October 12, 1963 AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M. At premises located about 2 miles North of Maquon, Illinois, and about V* mile East of Highway Route 8 & »7. Landlord's share of growing crop — about 50 acres of corn— "looks good"—will be included in sale of farm. Purchaser shall pay 1963 general real estate taxes due in 1964. Abstract will be furnished. This is a good eighty, all tillable except approximately 10 acres in extreme north part of farm, with one story frame dwelling, barn, garage and combination storage shed, corn crib and machine shed combination, and hen house. It is most desirable for people working in town and living in the country. Description: John E. Barber Farm, part of Sections 20 and 29, Haw Creek Township, Knox County, Illinois. Terms: 25% of bid on day of sale, balance on or before Nov. 15, 1963. Possession: March 1, 1964. HOLLAND W. UNVSEY, Auctioneer JOHN J. BLAKE, Master in Chaucery PEEL, HENNING and MATHERS, Attorneys tor plaintiff LLOYD HARMISON to Russia MttM of it would find its way back to Cuba. But tHe temptation also is great, The U.S. government held more than a billion bushels of surplus wheat and another billion was on the way. Crop damage suffered by the Soviet Union and by much of the remainder of Europe already had benefited U. S, farmers. Analysts already were predicting record wheat shipments and total farm exports of another record close to $6 billion. By this week, it seemed the U. S. government had mafe up ttg mind. If they asked for It, the Soviets could have 300 million bushels of wheat for m million cash on the barrel-head. The next question would be where to .find the bottoms In which to Ship it. Mexico plans to transform T«. basco, a southeastern state slight* ly larger than New Jersey, into a Garden State. READ TL WANT AOS! NOTICE OP TIME CHANGE Tot in* AMNUAL MEETING KNOX COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION The Meeting will be at 3:10 P.M. SAT., OCT. 5 At the Legion Hall, Knoxville Angus Cattle FOR SALE Balls, cows with calm, eon and bred heifer*. Ross E. Hcmna Little York. ID, Phone RA Mitt COMBINATION AUCTION SUNDAY, OCT. 6, 1963 2 P.M. AT JUNCTION 41 and 116 Consign your merchandise from 2 P.M. to 6 P.M. Used furniture, oil furnace, gas station equipment, 825x20 truck tires, 14" car tires, lawn equipment, refrigerators, automatic washer, wringer type washer, elec. stove, horse tack, 1 clay pigeon trap complete, originally from Coal Valley Gun Club. A. Dillon, Manager Dalo Coffey, Auet. FOR SALE 315 Warron Ewos. 40 Steer Calves. LOADING OCTOBER IS 400 fancy YaarMng Steers. WALTER SMITH WYOMING, ILLINOIS - 3651 Salesman — Altona — 484-6533 KNOXVILLE COMMUNITY SALE INC. KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS "Your First Local Auction. Your Best Local Market" PHONE 281-9213 "SALE EVERY MONDAY" MONDAY, OCT. 7, 1963 SALE STARTS AT 12 O'CLOCK SHARP 25 Whiteface heifers, wt. 350-450 lbs. 25 Whiteface steers, wt. 400-450 lbs. 20 Black steers, wt. 350-400 lbs. 25 Black heifers, wt. 400-450 lbs. 50 Whiteface steers, wt. 650-700 lbs. 38 Charlois steers, wt. 800-850 lbs. 25 Whiteface steers and heifers, wt. 750400 lbs. 40 Mixed pigs, wt. 50-60 lbs. 30 Hamp pigs, wt. 60-70 lbs. Unthrifty Hogs Will Not Be Accepted IF YOU HAVE LIVESTOCK TO SELL — Call Us tot An Estimate or An Appraisal W. E. Bruniga BUI Reynolds Knoxville Sale Co. Farmington CH 5-2054 Galesburg. 01. 281-1211 28M21S AUCTIONEERS Lewis Marks — Carl Stock ADMINISTRATOR'S PUBLIC SALE City properly and furniture at SIS Cut Main St., XnoxvUle, IU. (BIDDIE CRUSER ESTATE) Saturday, Oct 5,1963 AT UJO SHARP ORDER Or SALE: Will atari selling furniture promptly at lltlO AJC Real, Estate will aell at 1 o'clock P.M. sharp. Legal description: Lot 4 in Block 8 in the City of KnoxvlUe, Knox County, Illinois. This property has a choice location being at 336 East Main St.. Knoxville, Illinois. House Is an B room modern (except for furnace) with 6 rooms on first floor and 2 rooms on second floor, small basement. Garage and one small building. Strawberry and raspberry beds, a few fruit trees. TERMS: 20% of the purchase price in cash day of sale — balaneo due upon approval of sale by the county court. Said sale is to bo made free and clear of all liens and encumbrances except the lien for general real estate taxes levied for the years 1062 and 1963. Possession will be given upon approval ot sale by Knox County Court, and payment in full of the purchase price, and delivery of a proper deed of conveyance. For inspection of property, contact the undersigned administrator or the auctioneer. FURNITURE, etc.: Frigidaire Elec. Refrigerator', Roper gas rang* —looks like new; Speed Queen elec. washer with new motor; twin rinse tubs; dining room suite; davenport; Singer sewing machine— treddle type; Lounge chair; overstuffed chair; Sears oil heater—double burner with blower—extra good; 3-end tables; davenport and matching chairs—good; 2 good upholstered chairs; 278 gal. oil tank: Electrolux sweeper: clothes hamper; 4 lawn chairs; lots of dishes and large amount of Ware-aver cooking utensils and silver ware; many items too numerous to mention; several good single and double blankets—all washed; 1-4 pc bedroom suite with naw coil springs and two mattresses; 1-4 pc. bedroom suite with extra (bod coil springs and innerspring mattress in extra good condition; Butternut chest of drawers; new curtain stretchers; old fashioned grindstone; old fashion cupboard. Lots of fancy work, table linens, pillows, sheets—all washed and ironed. Comforters, etc. Lots of fruit jars and home canned fruit. PERSONAL PROPERTY OF LILLIAN P. BEMOMIB: 21" TV. Console model; Bendex and drop leaf table combination; chrome breakfast set with 4 chairs—like new; utility table with electrical outlet; good china closet; small sewing cabinet; 5 pc Rock Maple bedroom suite with new box springs and specially built innerspring mattress —this suite is like new; Boudoujr chair; several table and vanity lamps, floor lamps, coffee table, solid walnut end table; 6 shell what-not; desk chair; several pictures; smoking tray; Pyrex baking dishes; Porcelain chrome-leg table; clothes dryer; Wm. Rogers silverware service for 8 and extra pes.; genuine Fiestaware—complete service for 6 with extra pes.; several good electrical appliances; 10 panels, double width, 90' r plastic drapes, new; lots of good panel curtains; chair covers; shower curtains; several good single and double blankets, all washed; assortment of towels, bedspreads, linens etc.; assortment of throw rugs; ironing board; good step ladder; several pieces fancy glassware—some are antique. "Don't mis* this sale M to need of good clean furniture, etc" "Nothing sold before the sale." Term* on Personal Property — Cash. Auctioneer* — Lewi* a. Mark* end Michael E. Mtrk*. Clerk* — W*U Lindahl end Carroll M*rk*. Bernard H. Stutter Attorney. LILLIAN P. SEMONIS Adm. of the Estate of PUdie CftMtf. Deceased.

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