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jfo gote^ Hi'. fuesdoy/July 10, 1973 Market Reports Today ; ATKINSON MARKET ; CHICAGO STOCKYARDS ' -HOGSVolumc: 2.200. Butcher Trend: .50-$l higher. iNo. 1-2: 200-225 $42.75-$43.40 No. 2-4: 190-240 $42.25-$42.75 240-270 $41.25-$42.S0 280-300 _$40.d0-$4L00 Sow Trend: $1 to $1.50 higher. 300-500 $37.50-$39.75 —CATTLE— Volume: 350. Market Trends: Steers isteady. Heifers steady. Slaughter Steers: Choice 950-1150 $47.0O-$48.30 1150-1300 ,.$46.50-$48.25 Mixed Good and Choice 950-1300 $44.00-$46.50 Slaughter Heifers: Choice 900-1050 $46.00-$47.20 Mixed Good and Choice 800-1000 $44.00-$46.00 Cows: Utility and Commercial $33.00-$37.00 Cutters .,. $30.00-$33.00 Canners $25.00-$30.00 Bulls: Utility and Commercial ...$36.00-$45.00 GALESBURG ORDER BUYER* Burlington Northern Stockyards Quotations: No. 1-2: 200-230 $41.25-$41.50 No. 1-3: 200-230 $41.00-$41.25 No. 1-3: 230-260 $40.00-$41.00 No. 2-3: 260-300 $38.25-$40.00 Packing Sows: $34.75-$36.25 GALESBURG GRAIN MARKET Consumer Grain & Supply Co. "Market may either go up or down by 1:30 pjn. when final bid arrives. 11:30 o'clock bid. No. 2 Corn (pld) ......$2.04 New Corn .. ....$1.74 No. 2 Oats (new) .73 No. 1 Beans (new) ....$5.37 Chicago Product CHICAGO (UPI)-Cheese: Processed loaf 70.25-79.25; Single daisies 78-82; Swiss blocks 80-100 lb Grade A 89-92.50, B 87-90.50. CHICAGO (UPI) - Midwest eggs: ' Strong; prices unchanged to up 2; extra large 64 up 2; large 61 up 2; medium 54 unch; pullets 46 unch; standard 51 up 2; checks 41 up 1. Now York Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) - Stock market middfly prices: Admiral 9V 8 Inland Stl 29 AlldChem 32% IBM 309^ Alld Strs 23% Int Harv 28% Allis Chal 8% Int Nick 28% Alcoa 57% Int Paper 34% Am Air 10% int T&T 32'/4 Am Can 31% Iowa PfcL 22% Am Cyan 23% Johns*Mn 21% Am Dist 21% Kennecott 24% AmElPwr 26% Keys Cons 15% Am Mtrs 7% Kresge 34% Am T&T 51% Kroger 16% Anaconda 20% Lib McN 5% Ash Oil 26 Litton 8% Atl Rich 83% Lockhd 6% Avco 9 Mar Oil 29% Bea Fds 21% Maytag 28% Bendix 33% Merck 83% Beth Stl 26% Minn Min 80% Boeing 18 Mobil Oil 65% Borden 21% Monsanto 51% Cap C Bdg 43 Nat Bis 43% Catplr 58% Olin Corp 13% Celanese 32 Outbd M 30% Cen II Lt 22% Owens-Ill 20% Cen Tel 23% Penn Cen 1% Cessna 17% Penney 73% Chrysler 24% Pepsi Cola 79% Cities Svc 47% Pfizer 45% Coca-Cola 140% Phil Pet 50% Colum Gas 28%Procter G 101% Comm Ed 30% Quak Oat 30 Comsat 45% RCA 24% Cons Ed 23% Rep Stl 22% Cont Can 25 Revlon 60% Cont Oil 30% Safeway 30% CPC Intl 28% St. Regis 37 Dana 26% SanFelnd 24% Deere 38% Sears 94% Du Pont 167' Shell Oil 52% Eastman 133% Simmons 18% Exxon 96% So Pac 31% Firestone 18% Sperry 42% Ford Mtrs 54 Std Bds 48% Fruehauf 26 SO Ind 86% Gam Sko 27% Stvns JP 25% Gen Dyna 16% Stude 35% Gen El 56% Texaco 33% Gen Fds 25 Tex Inst 87% Gen Mtrs 66% Un Carb 35% Gen Tel 29% Un El 16% Gen Tire 18% Utd Corp 8% Goodrich 20% US Gyps 22 Goodyear 22% US Stl 30% Greyhnd 14% West Un 21% Gulf Oil 22% Wstghs El 35% 111 Cent 18% Weyerh 63% 111 Pwr 26% Woolwrth 21% Chicago Grain Rango CHICAGO (UPI)-Wheat was irregularly lower, corn substantially lower and soybeans mixed at noon today on the Board of Trade. Prices at Noon Wheat Jly 2.63% off % Sep 2.59 off 2% Dec 2.58% off 1% \ Corn Jly 2.09 off 3% Sep 1.99 off 4% Dec 1.93% off 3% Soybeans Jly 7.13 up 17 Aug 7.65 off 40 Sep 6.20 off 40 Nov 5.74 up 11 BACKYARD SALE 615 Pack St. WED., JULY 11 — 8 e.m. - ? Record player, old 78 records, elec. appliances, childs desk, sandbox, toys, mens, womens & childrens clothing, chain link fence, nic nacs, base cabinet for lavatory. GARAGE SALE 201 Ohio Ave. WED. It THURS. — «-? 1900 English Metropolitan Car, 8 track car stereo, 1 yr. old 10 speed riding lawn mower, 5 foot pool table, good gas range, furniture, wind UP baby swing, 2 Ice chests, car parts & tools, all lize clothing, misc. items. GARAGE SALE 1551 Bridge Ave. WED., JULY 11 — 8 a.m.-l p.m. Cassette player, 2, portable record players, facial sauna, steam set hair rollers, hair dryer, toys, clothing & paperbacks. BASEMENT SALE 841 N. Kellogg Rear Apt. 3 Wtd, July 11 9 AM to Dark Mercantile Exchange CHICAGO (UPI) - Futures on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange today: High Low Close Prev. Live Beef Cattle Aug 49.20 48.60 48.80 48.85 Oct 49.70 49.20 49.42 49.52 Dec 49.80 49.30 49.50 49.70 Feb 49.87 49.45 49.45 49.85 Apr 49.65 49.35 49.40 49.70 Jun 49.65 49.20 49.25 49.60 Aug 49.30 48.80 48.80 49.10 Live Hogs Jly 44.20 43.70 43.92 44.10 Aug 45.85 45.05 45.75 45.40 Oct 46.37 45.77 45.90 46,30 Dec 47.30 46.70 46.90 47.40 Feb 47.30 46.55 47.00 47.50 Apr 45.00 44.40 44.60 45.05 Jun 45.00 44.50 44.60 45.00 Jly 44.30 43.70 43.70 44.00 Aug 42.90 42.75 42.75 42.50 Frozen Pork Bellies Jly 58.20 58.20 58.20 58.20 Aug 58.20 58.20 58.20 58.20 Feb 68.90 67.77 67.80 68.82 May 68.60 67.25 67.25 68.50 May 68.25 67.00 67.00 68.20 Jly 67.00 66.20 66.20 67.20 Aug 67.35 65.50 65.50 65.85 Markets at a Glance By United Press International Stocks higher in fairly active trading. Bonds steady, U.S government bonds steady in quiet trading. American stocks higher in fairly active trading. Cotton futures higher. Chicago grain futures mixed. Cattle steady; top 48.50. YARD SALE 790 Oak St. WED., JULY 11 — 1 ».m.-4 p.m. Games, toys, veg-a-matic, kitch- sn magician, TV trays, blue willow dishes, childrens records & books, lg. wooden wardrobe, 2 metal gates, clothes & nic nacs. YARD SALE 1916 E. MAIN WED., JULY U 8 a.m. — 3 p.m. Clothing, dishes, cassette player Sc tapes & Misc. BACKYARD SALES Garage, Patio, Driveway, Basement, Front Room, Private Household Sales and all other sales of this typo must be in our office by noon the day before ad is to be published. GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL DISPLAY ADV. — Phone 343-7181 Peoria Livestock 1 PEORIA, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: . Cattle 300; steers and heifers fully steady; choice steers 47.0048.00; good and choice 45.5047,00; good 43.00-45.75; choice heifers 45.50-46.25; few choice and prime 48.00. Hogs 2,800; 1.00-1.50 higher; No 1-2 200-240 lb 43.0043.50; No 1-3 200-260 lb 42.50-43.00; No 2-3 250-270 lb 41.5042.50, few 290-315 lb 39.0040.00; few No 24 300-330 lb 38.00-39.00. Inttrior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD. (UPI) - Interior hogs: 16,000; uneven, 75-1.00 higher; No 1-2 200-230 lb 41.7542.25; No 1-3 200-240 lb 41.2541.75, few 41.00; No 2-3 240-260 lb 40.2541.25. Prices Climb Higher Today On Exchange NEW YORK (UPI) -Encouraged by speculation the U.S. government would support the dollar on foreign markets, investors pushed prices sharply higher in fairly active trading early today on the New York Stock Exchange. The Dow Jones industrial average was ahead 10.91 at 888.17 shortly before noon. Advances outnumbered declines, 1,009 to 299, among 1,572 issues traded. Two-hour turnover amounted to more than 6,520,000 shares, compared with 4,770,000 during the same period Monday. American Cyanamid was the most active issue, up V* at 23% on 126,600 shares, including a block of 130,000 shares at 23%. American Airlines was second, up Vs at 10% on 81,800 shares, and International Telephone & Telegraph third, up % at 32Y4 on 81,100 shares. United Aircraft paced the higher aircrafte, gaining 1%. United and Signal Cos., which was delayed in opening because of an influx of orders, have agreed tentatively on a stock- swap merger valued at around $471 million. Gold mining issues declined along with the price of gold abroad. Campbell Red Lake and Dome Mines fell IV2 apiece. The issues had been strong lately as the price of gold rose. Chemicals and oils were higher. Eastman Kodak gained 2%, DuPont 2, Union Carbide and Monsanto lYs apiece and Dow Chemical 1. Superior Oil gained 4, and Getty Oil and Ohio Standard each around a point. Electronics and computers rose. IBM climbed 4%, Burroughs 3%, Honeywell 2 3 A, Control Data 2Ys, Texas Instruments V/s and Motorola VA. Xerox gained 3%, Polaroid 2%, and Corning Glass, ARA Services, Avon Products and Upjohn around a point, Walt Disney lost 1. Steels and motors were higher in fractions. Rails and airlines were irregular. Wednesday estimated receipts cattle 2,000, hogs 700. Indianapolis Livestock INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Livestock: Hogs 1,500; mostly 1.00 high er; No 1-2 200-235 lb 42.7543.00: 44 head 43.25; No 1-3 200-250 lb 42.00-42.75; No 2-3 240-270 lb 141 .00-42.00; No 2-4 260-290 40.0041.00; No 34 290-330 39.0040.00. Cattle and calves 900; steers [and heifers steady to 25 higher choice steers 46.5047.50; good and choice 45.25 • 46.50; good 41.7545.25; choice heifers 44.75[45.50; good and choice 43.7544.75; good 41.00-43.75. Sheep 175; lambs 50 lower; choice and prime Spring 37.50|38.50; choice 36.50-38.00; few good 36.00. READ THE WANT ADS! 1950 IVi TON INTL. TRUCK Hydraulic Hoist, Van Box. Good Running Condition, SI50. 700 W. FREMONT IT, Phone 343.5491 Jolitt Livestock JOL1ET, 111. (UPI) - Live stock: Cattle 200; choice steers 48.50, heifers 35.00; canner and cutter cows 27.0044,00. Hogs 500; 75-1.00 higher; No 1-2 200 lb 43.0043.25; No 1-3 200-250 lb 42.5043.00; No 34 307 lb 40.00. Treasury Accounts WASHINGTON (UPI) Treasury accounts for the fiscal year through July 5: Wthdrwls $2,444,621,656.09 Deposits 3,079,121,279.94 Cash balance 10,602,413,144.05 Public debt 454,097,118,660.22 Grain Futures CHICAGO (UPI) - Grain range: High Low Close Prev. Wheat Jly 265 260 264 263 Sen 260 255 258^261 Dec 259^ 254 258 260 Mar 260 255% 258% 260% May 256 250% 253% 255 Corn Jly 215 216% 215 212 Sen 201V4 196% 199% 204 Dec 194% 191 193% 196% Mar 197% 194 195% 199V4 May 198% 194 196 200 Oats (old) jly 89 89 89 91% Oats (new) Jlv 91% 89% 90 91% SeD 95 93V* 93% 95% Dec 100 98% 99y*100% Mar 100% 100 100 100% May 101 101 101 102% Soybeans jly 745 695 740 696 Aug 765 765 765 805 Sep 695 620 640 660 Nov 579% 561 568 564 Jan 575% 559 567 561 Mar 576 560 567 562 May 576 560% 569 563 Dow Jones Averages NEW YORK (UPI) - Dow Jones 1 p.m. CDT stock aver Hindus 887.72 up 10.46 20 trans 160.94 up 2.20 15utils 101.58 up 0.54 65 stocks 271.90 up 3.03 FOR SALE - By Owner 8 room, 4 bedrm,, 2 full baths FAMILY HOME on large lot in Willard School District. Low 20's For Appointment Call 342-4064 J.J Painting Contractors Free Estimates Reference Phone 342-6036 FOR SALE STATION WAGON 1971 Plymouth Loaded, Like New Ic Cheap Phone 3420330 Quality Precast Concrete MANUFACTURED IN GALESBURG TREE RINGS # Scalloped eight piece (72" inside diameter) Flower Bed er Tree Rings. # Four Piece (36" inside diameter) Tree Rings Q Two Piece (20" inside diameter) Hexagon Tree Rings in natural color, red, green or black. <B) Special Prjces given for items made to your exact specifications. GALESBURG CONCRETE MATERIAL CO. 1050 MONMOUTH BLVD. PH. 343-3181 Copy Machine Business Now $3 Billion Industry By LEROY POPE UPI Business Writer NEW YORK (UPI) - If all the letters and documents turned out by the world's copying machines were laid end-to-end they would reach the moon and back 350 times. Business today That may impress folks who have watched the moon voyages of the astronauts on television, .but Ted Sawyer, an editor of Business Graphics magazine in Chicago, says it's only the beginning. Copying machines that operate at least as fast as the slower printing presses soon will be taking much business away from typesetters and printers, Sawyer says. The copying machine business began in the 1930s but its growth was slow until Dr. C. E. Miller of the 3M Co. of St, Paul got tired as a graduate student in the early 1950s of getting writers' cramp. He looked around for a faster way to copy information than taking notes in longhand. |3 Billion Industry Miller came up with Thermo- Fax for 3M, the first dry copy machine to process coated 'papers. Three M dominated the business until Xerox Corp. perfected its plain paper method in the 1960s. Out of these achievements grew a $3 billion industry involving 50 manufacturers in the United States alone. Copying machine users in America turn out 280 billion [copies a year. The World total exceeds one trillion copies. Sawyer said Xerox has one- third of the copy machine and copy market in the United States. Three M is second and then come Addressograph-Mul- tigraph and A. B. Dick Co. r NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON TOWNSHIP BUDGET Notice is hereby given that a public hearing on a tentative budget and appropriation Ordinance for the Township of Galesburg, County of Knox for the fiscal year, April 1, 1973 through March 31, 1974, will be held at 8 o'clock P.M. Tuesday, July 17th, 1973 at the Galesburg Town Hall in the Town of Galesburg. Final action on this ordinance will be taken by the Board of Town Auditors at this meeting. Dated this 9th day of July, 1973. JOHN F. CREMER ; Town Clerk International Business Machines, which introduced its plain paper machine a few years ago, is fast becoming a factor. Three M also has brought out a plain paper copier, a high speed machine for firms that use 10,000 copies or more a month. Have Other Uses F. S. Webster, vice president in charge of 3M's duplicating products, says he expects the Thermo-Fax process and coated papers to continue as a big factor in the world market because coated paper machines are much cheaper and more suitable to small firms and individuals. Three M has one that sells for $89, and there are cheaper machines available. The machines have uses other than turning out copies of letters and documents. Some make masters for offset printing presses, spirit 'or stencil duplicators and transparencies for projecting machines. Some can reduce copy size and a few even can make copies from both sides of an original document simultaneously and automatically. Some copy in color. Copying machines have aroused fears as well - as enthusiasm. Some Treasury and corporate officials are concerned that sophisticated copying machines may make the counterfeiting of Continuous Flow Grain Dryer Choose from 4 models to match your harvest rate. Capacities vary, by model, from 183 to 435 bushels per hour. ALLEN SALES AND SERVICE 5 Mllei North on Rout* ISO P.O. Box No. 1. Gilesburg, 111. 61401 Tel. 309-343-9141 currency, securities and documents extremely easy. Marshall McLuhan, who wrote "The Medium is the Message," said copying machines could, if not regulated, wreck the publishing industry and rob authors of their royalties. They have created a new type of book publishing in which books are put together by photography and copying machines in small editions without setting type or using printing presses. Under the new regulation permitting a boost in interest rates on consumer deposits, most banks will pay the maximum rates on the longer maturity certificates as Well as the 90-day maturity special passbook, says Keefe, Bruyette & Woods Inc. The firm says many banks may keep the passbook rate firm and "pay the maximum on other savings plans" under the belief that high rates would not be required by all savers and the average cost of all savings could (be kept down." 'Tightening Wilt Increase Odds Of Recession 9 NEW YORK (UPI) - "The {rapid runup in market interest rates over recent weeks suggests that if the Federal (Reserve is not willing to draw massive amounts of blood, It might be content with a superficial wound here and there," says Manufacturers Hanover Trust. The Fed is equipped only with the same (conventional weapons it unsuccessfully employed against inflation in 1966 and 1969, the bank says. Further tightening would increase the odds in favor of a recession in 1974, it adds. Production Workers Needed Equal Opportunity Employer • Good Working Conditions • Good Woge Rotes • Paid Vocations and Holidays • Paid Insurance Apply At — BRIGGS 801 No. MAIN ST. ABINGDON, ILL. Come To Bill Poyner Carpet Sale At 639 S. Chambers for the Viking Tweed Kitchen Carpets This Week's Special 8 COLORS IN STOCK. YARD -"SS- 342-4949 OPEN 9-5 — SAT. 9-1 Evening By Appointments. NOTICE Applications For APPRENTICE ELECTRICIANS Will Be Accepted July 2 thru July 13 Apply At 687 Lincoln St. Galesburg, III. Electricians Union 184 Carpet Problems? Call Us New and Used Installed. Repairs — All Kinds B&R CARPET SERVICE 342-4650 Two Die in Fire VALENCIA, Spain (UPI) I Two workers died and a third suffered serious injuries Monday when an emergency flare triggered an explosion and fire in a small fireworks factory. -NOTICE- POP BOTTLE DRIVE WED., THURS. & FRI. SPONSORED BY THE FOUR SQUARE YOUTH CAMP FUND CALL 342-8785 342-1951 342-0772 Large Estate Auction Of PONIES, PONY EQUIPMENT, BUGGIES; HARNESS, HOUSEHOLD GOODS ft ANTIQUES. SATURDAY, JULY 14 At 10:00 A.M. in BRERETON, ILL. 3 MILES NORTH OF CANTON JUST OFF ROUTE 71 1972 Ford Vi-ton truck. P.B:. P.S., factory air (like new); truck topper, like new; 1965 Ford Falcon; boat trailer; team of sorrel ponies; team of dapple ponies; 1 driving bay pony; 1 buckskin pony; horse saddle; tack & misc. horse and pony equipment. HOWARD S. WILLIAMS - Estate Auctioneers: ED GIOANNINI fc DONALD WOLF Clerk: MARTIN CRAMER TERMS—CASH SALE DAY Not Responsible for Accidents PUBLIC SALE Located At The South Side of Maquon, Illinois, on SUNDAY, JULY 15, 1973 at 1:00 P.M. Antique furniture including: Round Oak Table, Small Sideboard, 2 Oak Desks and Bookcase combinations and other good antique furniture and misc. Antique items. Some household and other misc. items. 1965 Ford Ranch Wagon, runs good. MARGARET LIKES, Owner Auctioneer: Jim Folger, Williamsfield, 111. Phone 879-2373 Watch for complete listing in THURS., JULY 12 GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL ANTIQUE AUCTION As we are moving to a smaller home we have decided to sell our antiques. Sale to be held on Fulton St., Avon, 111. SUNDAY, JULY 15 1:30 PM Pressed glass; Compotes; Berry bowls; Cake stands; Jams; Pitchers; Sugar bowls; Three bread plates; Pattern glass; Celerys; Tea pots; Carnival glass bowls; China bowls; Plates; Platters; Good Pink Crystal; Depression ware; Captains chairs; Straight chairs; Two Morris chairs; Rockers; Walnut telephone table; Crockery; Stone jars; Two drop leaf Oak tables; Two square Oak dining room tables; Round Walnut table; Occasional tables; Three kitchen cupboards; Kitchen cabinet; Pie cupboard; Two Oak dressers with mirrors; Full size Walnut bed with spring and mattress; Two oval Walnut drop leaf tables, need repair; Some picture frames; Two Oak dressers; Two Maple or Birch dressers; One mahogany dresser; Mahogany chest of drawers; Mahogany bed; Mahogany dining table; Two speaker cabinets; Secretary desk; Metal book stand; Guardian Service cookware, incomplete; Walnut occasional table, needs work; Numerous other articles of household items. Some modern furniture. Etc. TERMS — CASH Not Responsible For Accidents MR. AND MRS. LOYD (RED) ARINGDALE Auctioneer: LOWELL BUCK — Clerk: JACK GORDON WARREN COUNTY LIVESTOCK AUCTION SALES, INC. LIVESTOCK AUCTION EVERY THURSDAY STARTING PROMPTLY AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON GARALD B. FISHER, MANAGER Phones: The Barn: 734-2916 Garald Fisher 734-6611 Marvin Haase 734-3937 Advance Listings For THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1973 46 Choice fleshy Black & Black W.F. steers, wt. 750 to 800 lbs. 31 Choice green steers Angus & Charolais mixed, wt. 550 to 600 lbs. 11 Good age mixed cows with April calves, wt. side. 6 Springer cows good age to calf in 30 days. 130 Mixed Shoats, wt. 60 to 70 lbs., to sell in one lot. 100 Duroc & Poland China cross Shoats to sell in one lot. 94 Hamp. Shoats, wt. 40 to 50 lbs., to sell in one lot. Warren County Livestock Auction, Inc. MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS Located 1 milts north of Monmouth on Routt U.S. 67 Phones: The Barn, 734-2916 Garald B. Fisher, 734-6611 Marvin Haase, 734-3937 Area Code 309

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