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it SalesbufQ ReQiste^Mail, GalesbyfQ, Friday, July. 1.3,Jj7|, Market Reports Today New York Stoeki mW YORK (UPI) - Stock market midday prices: Admiral 9% AlldChem 34% Alld Strs 24% AUistftal Vk Alcoa 57% Am Aif 11V4 Am Can 31% Am Cyan 24*4 Inland StI 29% IBM 315^ Int Harv 28% Int Nick 29% Int Paper 35'/s Int T&T 31% Iowa P&L 22% Johns-Mn 22 J A AMElPwf 25% Kennecott 27 Am Mtrs 8 Kresge 35% Am T&T 51% Anaconda 20% Ashl Oil 26% Atl Rich 86 Avco 9% Bea Eds 21% Bendix 33% Beth Stl 27% Boeing 18% Borden.22% Kroger 16% Lib McN 5% Litton 9 Lockhd 6% Mar Oil 29 Maytag 30-% Merck 85 Minn Min 83% Mobil Oil 62% Monsanto 53% Cap-C Bdg 45%Nat Bis 43 Catplr 59% Celanese 32V4 Cen II Lt 22% Cen Tel 24% Cessna 21% Chrysler 25% Olin Corp 13% Oufcbd M 34 Owens-Ill 30 Penn Cen 1% Penney 78 Pepsi Cola 80% Cities Svc 44% Pfizer 47% Coca-Cola 142% Phil Pet 51 7 / 8 Colum Gas 27%Procter G 105% Comm Ed 29% Quak Oat 29% Comsat 47% Cons Ed 23 Cont Can 24% Cont.Oil 30% CPC Intl 28V4 Dana 28 Deere 40% Du Pont 169 Eastman 136 Exxon 93% Falstaff 3% Firestone 20 RCA 24% Rep Stl 23% Revlon 62% Safeway 31% St. Regis 36% SanFelnd 25% Sears 98% Shell Oil 52% Simmons 19 So Pac 31V4 Sperry 42% Std Bds 49V4 Ford Mtrs 54% SO Ind 85% Fruehauf 25% Stvns JP 25% Gam.Sko 27% Stude 35% Gen Dyna 17% Texaco 32 Gen El 58% Gen Fds 25% Gen Mtrs 66% Gen Tel 29% Gen Tire 19% Goodrich 21 Goodyear 24% Greyhnd W/a Gulf Oil 22% 111 Cent 19 111 Pwr 26% Tex Inst 94 Un Carb 37 Un El 16% Utd Corp 8% US Gyps 22% US Stl 30 West Un 23% Wastghs El 35 3 /* Weyerh 63% Woolwrth 21% Markets a* « Glance By United Press International Stocks lower in moderate trading. Bonds slightly lower. U.S. government bonds slightly lower in quiet trading. American stocks lower in moderate trading. Cotton futures mixed. Chicago grain futures higher. Cattle steady; top 49.50. St. Louis Livestock ST. LOUIS (UPI)-Livestock: Hogs 3,000; fully 1.00 higher; No 1-2 200-230 lb 44.25-44.50; No 1-3 200-240 lb 44.00-44.25. Cattle not enough slaughter steers or heifers to test prices; choice vealers 55.00-58.00. Sheep not enough to test prices. ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Missouri produce: Eggs consumer Grade A large 50-60, medium 43-54, small 3042; B large 45-56. Hens ice-packed broiler-fryers 46.25-49 for next week's delivery. St. Louis produce: Eggs wholesale Grade A large 38-40, standard 30-35, medium 30-35, unclassified 16-20. Chicago Grain Rang* CHICAGO (UPI)-Wheat was irregularly higher and corn and soybeans substantially higher at noon today on the Board of Trade. Prices at Noon Wheat Jly 2.86 up 5% Sep 2.79% up 5% Dec 2.75% up 3 Corn Jly, 2.40 up 8 Sep 2.22% up 8 Dec 2.10 up 5% Soybeans Jly 8.20 up 33 Aug 8.20 up 40 Sep 7.20 up 40 Nov 6.70 up 35 Mercantile Exchange CHICAGO (UPI) - Futures on the Chicago Mercantile Ex change today: High Low Close Prev, Live Beef Cattle Aug \ 50.80 50.37 50.40 50.35 Oct 50.77 50.30 50.30 40.55 Dec 50.90 50.40 50.45 50.65 Feb 50.87 50.40 50.40 50.60 Apr 50.15 49.45 49.45 50.05 Jun , 50.15 49.55 49.50 50.05 Aug; 50.00 49.00 49.00 49.42 Live Hogs Jly 46.75 46.20 46.75 46.20 Aug 48.75 47.95 48.37 47.70 Oct 48.70 48.05 48.70 47.80 Dec 49.00 48.35 49.00 47.85 Feb 49.00 48.25 48.90 47.80 Apr 46.85 46.20 46.60 45.90 Jun .47.05 46.00 46.70 45.80 Jly 46.25 45.35 45.75 45.' Aug 45.25 44.75 45.25 44.22 Frozen Pork Bellies Jly Aug Feb ; Mar' May Jly Aug 58.20 58.20 58.20 58.20 58.20 58.20 58.20 71.00 70.25 70.85 70.20 70.07 69.50 70.05 69.25 68.90 68.00 68.80 68.27 67.90 67.00 67.35 67.15 66.70 66.70 66.12 Legal Notice NOTICE TO BIDDERS The City of Galesburg, Illi- 'nois, hereby invites sealed bids for One (1) 1974 Model 1%-Ton Step Van Truck for the Galesburg Emergency Police. Bids for the above vehicle will be received until 10:00 A.M., C.D.S.T., July 27, 1973; and, at that time, publicly opened and read aloud in the office of the Purchasing Agent. Bid..Forms may be obtained at the office of the Purchasing Agent located in City Hall. Resolution No. 73-382 requires the compliance with ILL. FEPC "Equal Employment Opportunity Clause". Arvey W. Hanson Purchasing Agent 7/13; IT Dow Jones Averages NEW YORK (UPI) - Dow Jones 1 p.m. CDT stock averages 30 indus 20 trans 15 utils 65 stocks 892.08 off 9.86 162.06 off 1.94 101.90 off 0.25 273.27 off 2.69 Grain Futures CHICAGO (UPI) - Grain range: High Low Ciose Prev. Wheat Jiy 289 282% 289 281 Sep 282 275 279% 273% Dec 279 270% 275% 272 Mar 277 269 273% 272 May 272 264 268 266 Corn Jly 242 231 242 233 Sep 224% 218 223 214 Dec 21114 205% 211% 203% Mar 214 207 214 206% May 213% 207 213 206% Oats (old) Jly 95 95 95 94 Oats (new) Jly 98 95 96 94 Sep 100 98% 100 98 Dec 105 103% 104% 103% Mar 108 107% ior% 107 May 109 107% 108% 107 Soybeans Jiy 867 800 867 787 Aug 820 808 820 780 Sep 720 720 720 630 Nov 675 650 675 635 Jan 670 645 670 630 Mar 669 644 669 629 May 666% 640 666% 626% HIGH RISE - This high rise is no "bomb" deal for the birds that nest atop Richard Buttke 's garage in Milwaukee, Wis. Spassky Wins Chess Game With Cold BATH, England (UPI) Russia's Boris Spassky,who lost his world chess championship to Bobby Fischer last year, drew a championship game in 11 minutes today and then went to bed with a cold. "I think it has affected my play, although I have not done so badly in the championship," said the 36-year-old Spassky. Despite Spassky's illness, the Soviet team as expected won the European championship, taking an unbeatable total of 37% points when Vladimir Tukmakov, playing the seventh board, beat Hungarian Andras Adorjan in 17 moves. READ THE WANT ADS! GARAGE SALE Xnoxvilla Road across from Swaborg Const. Co. Fri. k Sat., July 13 <c 14—9 a.m. 2 end tables, quilting frames, 2 radios, few dishes, baby clothes & other clothing, single bed & springs and other misc. articles. BACKYARD SALE SATURDAY, JULY 14 8—2 1596 N. Kellogg Small appliances, elect, blanket, draperies, curtains, bedspreads, clothing, nic nacs. PATIO SALE—1073 Brown Ave. SATURDAY, July 14th SUNDAY. July 13th 9 A.M. - ?? Jewelry, tools, dishes, 23 old Edison cylinder records; 1 4 mln. adapter, lamps, drapes, rollaway tool chest, lots of good & new clothes. READ THE WANT ADS! BIG BACKYARD SALE SAT., JULY U — 9-5 377 Holton St. Mens, womens, and chilclrens clothing, irons, record players, AM-FM radio, girls 26" bike, Rusco comb, storm door and misc. items. GARAGE SALE 218 S. Farnham FRI. EVE., JULY 13—4 p.m. - ? SAT., JULY 14—9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Mens, womens and childrens clothes & misc. BACKYARD SALE 1083 N. Seminary Sat., July 14 - 7 -Dark Sewing machine, men's, women's and children's clothing, large size womens, lots of mens suits, lots of misc. items. BACKYARD SALE 9-5 Saturday Clothes, men's, women's and baby's, hi-chair, car seat and other items. 1150 N. Cherry YARD SALE 673 PINE Friday, July 13 — Sat., July 14 9 AM - ? 2 alum, storm windows, chil­ drens & adults clothing, nic- nacs, dishes & pans, toaster, much misc., curtains, rugs Sc bedspreads. BLACK'S Has An Opening For A Service - Delivery Man Full or Port Time Apply in Person BLACK BROS. HARDWARE 401 E. MAIN ST. Galesburg, III, GARAGE SALE 1157 W. LOSEY ST. FRI. 4 -9 — SAT. 9-5 Water softener, boys 24" bike, lawn mower, window fan, exhaust fan, picket fence & posts, toys, furniture, clothes, Avon, dishes, silverware, lots of misc. YOU NAME THE PRICE YARD SALE 121 SPARTA ST. WATAGA, ILL SATURDAY, JULY 14 « AM- ? Childrens & mens doming, household articles. YARD SALE Friday and Saturday JULY 13-14 — 9 - 5 1782 Willard Lots of clothes, infants, chil­ drens, womens, maternity. Grain Shortage Is Reason For Inflation: Firm NEW YORK (UPI) - A shortage of grain caused by poor weather and the administration's failure to authorize additional output while arranging large wheat aales to the Soviet Union is a major cause cif the current inflation, says Inverness Counsel Inc. The grain shortage also restricts the production of meat and chicken making "it virtually impossible to bring the inflation to a quick end," the firm adds. Added acreage for growing grain will eventually depress grain and moat prices in the next two years, the firm says, so "the cost of living may rise only graduailly for an extended period." "Corporate balance sheets are mow in much better shape than they were in the 1969-70 crunch," says Angus Weekly Staff Report. The letter says between the end of 1968 through 1970, nonfinantial corporate holdings of liquid assets declined by $1.5 billion while they rose by $6.3 billion in 1972. In the first quarter of 1973, it adds, liquid assets increased at an annual rate of $14 billion and "undoubtedly nose even further in the second quarter." "The profound fear of marrying down socially may be translated into the stock market fear of institutions avoiding secondary stocks," says .The Contrary Investor, published by Fraser Management Associates. The letter says "the competitive pressures of instant performance create a preference for the favored few stocks," but there is presently a broadly based, solid market of more than a few selected issues. READ THE WANT ADS! YARD SALE 960 S. SEMINARY SATURDAY, JULY 14 8 a.m. — ? Roll-away bed, kitchen table, hair dryer, clothes of all sizes, misc. OAftAOl SALE im Clark St. SAT., JULY 14 — ft i-.tt. - I p.m. Beagle puppies, electric guitar with amplifier, lOOec motorcycle, 301 engine block, clothing & lots of misc. items. Potio Sole 510 Michigan Ave. SATURDAY, JULY 14 • «.m. — 4 p.m. Mostly clothes, sz. 13-14, 12-13, large sizes. Backyard Sale 113 Second St. EAST GALESBURG Sot., July 14 - 8 am GARAGE SALE 1514 Maple Corner Maple at Dayton FRI. EVENING * SAT. JULY 13 * 14 Mediterranian end tables, orange vinyl couch & chair, lamps, new homemade items, clothing, etc. BACKYARD SALE 407 S. Timber, Knoxvlllt, III. SATURDAY, JULY 14 9 a.m. - s p.m. Round oak table, oak chest, twin training bike, asst. clothes, nic nacs & misc. DRIVEWAY SALE 244 Garfield Ave. Friday 4-1 — Saturday 1-2 TV, wardrobe, antiques, hair setter, nic nacs, furniture, VW luggage carrier, golf clubs and misc. merchandise. 2 FAMILY BACKYARD SALE SAT., July 14—9 a.m. - ? 1338 RUSSELL AVENUE Hocking horse, curtains, Jewelry, toys, games, ladies, men's and children's clothing, vacuum cleaner and much more. Come early and shop late for many bargains. GIGANTIC GARAGE and BAKE SALE 1539 Edgebrook Drive (OH Of N. Farnham St.) FRI., 4:30-Dark — SAT., 8-2 Furniture, 2 mag wheels, with tires, chrome wheels, lots of extra nice baby clothes, lots of misc. items. BIG 4 FAMILY GARAGE SALE 935 PINE ST. Friday AU Day and Evening Saturday AU Day Typewriter, deep freeze, antique chairs, cedar chest, chrome table & chairs, Depression glass, extra nice clothing, boys 10 speed bicycle. Everything Priced to Sell Garage Sale 204 N. Jefferson ABINGDON SAT., JULY 14 4—9 SUN., JULY 15 9—5 Mens, womens, and childrens clothes, baby clothes, stroller, toys, curtains, dresser with large mirror, electric train and track mounted on board, aquarium equipment, 2 boys sport coats, like new. Garage Sale 212 Highland Ave. FRIDAY, JULY 13 5 p.m. 'til Dark SATURDAY, JULY 14 9 am. 'til ? All sizes of men's, women's and children's clothing; box spring and mattress; record player; Jr. size pool table; 5 speed Schwinn bicycle 20"; Vega wheel trim rings, bar glasses and shakers, dishes, books, toys, odds & ends. To Ba Held Rain Or Shina READ THE WANT ADS! FRONT ROOM SALE 6SS Clark St. FRIDAY EVENING SATURDAY—8 a.m. - 3 p.m. 4 maple dinette chairs, maple rocker, clothing, drapes, mite. items. Antiques: oak desk, 2 walnut tables, grinding wheel, trunk, Victrola, iron bed, barrel, primitives, many misc. items, BIG BACKYARD and BAKE SALE 25 Families Contributing 385 Doy St. SATURDAY, JULY 14 9 a.m. — ? 5 FAMILY BACKYARD SALE 1543 Russell Ave. SATURDAY, JULY 14 9-5 Old Freed Isemann radio, 1858 fruit jars, bottles, jugs, glassware, marbles, insulators, Avon bottles, Wheatenware, car tape player, metal detector, lots of games, clothing, all sizes. YARD SALE FRIDAY EVE. - 4-9 SATURDAY - 8-2 909 E. MAIN KNOXVILLE 55 HP Mercury outboard motor, horse saddle, several bridles, including a new Hackmore; electric space heater, tools, baby ( children & women's clothing & misc. items. PATIO SALE 73 N. PEARL SATURDAY, JULY 14 9 a.m. — 5 p.m. Clothes for all, clocks, 36" gas Btove, daveno bed, baby bed, rugs, sweepers, radio & record players, tables, garbage disposal, dishes & nic nacs, pole lamps, kerosene lamps, drapes, tools, platform rocker. Also Home Made Baked Goods. GARAGE SALE 1191 BRIDGE AVE. Friday, 1 p.m. - 7 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m.-AU Day World books, window fan, portable typewriter, golf clubs, elec. guitar, antique glassware, books, records, young mans clothes, sleeping bag, elec. transformer, sports equip., misc., GUNS: Guns will not be sold be-' fore 5.P.M. Friday, Winchester Mod. 12-20 GA, ribbed barrel, Colt SAA 38 Spec. Antique hand guns including one cased set. enfield Rifles, Stevens Favorite. Rifle, old powder Flasks. Am interested in buying old guns also. ... 8 Family GARAGE SALE 950 LAWRENCE AVENUE FRIDAY and SATURDAY 7:00 A.M. • 9:00 P.M. Men's Clothing—all sizes; Women's Clothes—size 8-56, including •many new teen-age clothes, dresses, slips, gowns, slacks and slack suits, blouses, shorts, etc.; Children' & baby clothes for both boys and girls; Curtains & drapes—new pillow cases; 2 Matched sets of bedspreads and drapes; Lots of shoes—many new pairs; Jewelry; Materials, buttons, patterns, trim; Many wigs—all colors; Books; Cooking utensils, dishes, electrical appliances, orange plastic chair; Girl's shoe roller skates, like new; Turntable, microphone; Iron Fence, red-top posts; Desk; 9 Gallons paint. Many other miscellaneous items. 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 HEY! •- LOOK AT THIS DEAL! Compact Tractors New and Used Buy A Case Garden Tractor (Any Size) in II II V and well GIVE YOU a $20.00 SET + 0 f SOCKET WRENCHES! ABSOLUTELY FREE! PLUS YOU'LL BE THE ENVY OF YOUR NEIGHBORS, WHEN YOU SELECT YOUR WORKING TOOLS • Tillers, Cultivators, Lawn Sweeper, Front Loaders £$ Rollers, Etc. V Come See Us The Price Is Right in July Also, Used Riding Mowers from $65 and up CASE POWER & EQUIPMENT Rt. 34 East 343-6112 Open Weekdays 7:30-5:30; Sat. 7:30-12:00 ORDINANCE ANNUAL BUDGET AND APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE OF THE MAQUON COMMUNITY FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT for the fiscal year commencing June 1, 1973 and ending May 31 1974 BE IT ORDAINED BY THE PRESIDENT AND BOARD OP TRUSTEES OF THE MAQUON COMMUNITY FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT: SECTION I: That the following sums of money, or so much thereof as may be authorized by law, and as may be needed, which are deemed necessary to defray all necessary corporate expenses and liabilities of the Maquon Community Fire Protection District be, and the same are, hereby appropriated for the corporate purposes and objects of the said Fire Protection District hereinafter specified, for the fiscal year commencing on the 1st day of June, 1973, and ending on the 31st day of May, 1974; that the total amount appropriated for each such corporate object or purpose is set forth herein in Column No. 1, but that such part thereof as is placed in Column No. 2, hereinafter set forth, identified "Amount to be Raised by Tax Levy", is to be collected from the tax levy of this fiscal year hereafter to be levied, and that the balance of each sum so appropriated, if any remains, shall be collected or taken from any surplus on hand and sources of revenue other than taxation, hereinafter set forth in Column No. 3. Col. No. 1 Col. No, 2 Col. No. 3 « It PURPOSE Or APPROPRIATION £ £ I. For the "GENERAL FUND" 1. Auditing $ 50.00 2. Office Supplies 10.00 3. Purchase of fuel 200.00 4. Contingent expense 50.00 TOTAL $ 310.00 II. For the "INSURANCE FUND" 1. Vehicle insurance premiums $ 300.00 2. Workmen's compensation insurance premiums J. 200.00' TOTAL $ 500.00 ll K O s • £ P A • 0 *J U J Jla | IB H 4 IN H $ 310.00 $ NONE $ 300.00 ' 200.00 $ 500.00 $ NONE III. For the "LIGHTING FUND" 1. For electrical energy 100.00 TOTAL .... $ 100.00 $ ....$ 100.00 $ 100.00 $ NONE IV. For the "TELEPHONE FUND" 1. Telephone tolls $ 400.00 TOTAL $ 400.00 V. For the "WATER FUND" 1. For water and use of hydrants $ 550.00 TOTAL $ 550.00 $ 400.00 $ $ 400.00 $ NONE $ 550.00 $ $ 550.00 $ NONE VI. For the "BUILDING UPKEEP FUND" 1. For building upkeep _..$ 500.00 $ 500.00 TOTAL $ 500.00 $ 500.00 $ NONE VII. For the "NEW EQUIPMENT FUND" 1. Purchase of miscellaneous new equipment ...$1500.00 $1500.00 $ TOTAL ...$t500.00 $1500.00 $ NONE VIII. For the "EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE FUND" 1. Gas, oil and grease ....$ 200.00 $ 200.00 $ 2. Repairs to equipment .. 1000.00 1000.00 TOTAL $1200.00 $1200.00 $ NONE IX. For the "LEGAL SERVICE FUND" *~~ 1. Legal fees for attorney for District $ 300.00 $ 300.00 $ TOTAL $ 300.00 $ 300.00 $ NONE X. For the "SALARY FUND" 1. Salary of three trustees $ 525.00 2. Salary of two chiefs 125.00 3. Salary of firemen 1500.00 TOTAL $2150.00 TOTAL CORPORATE ~ FUND $7510.00 $ 525.00 125.00 1500.00 $2150.00 $ NONE $7510.00 And for the Thrifty Farmer, Used Tractors, and Cultivators, Front and Rear Mounted. Priced to Sell From the Big Tractor People. SECTION II. That in addition to the sums herein appropriated, there is also hereby appropriated, for the use of said District, all moneys received from legal reserve fire insurance companies operated outside the State of Illinois, as a two (2%) per cent contribution to said Fire Protection District, together with all fees charged and paid to said Fire Protection District for services of its equipment outside of said Fire Protection District, during the fiscal year commencing June 1, 1973, and ending May 31, 1974. SECTION III: That any sums of money heretofore appropriated and not heretofore expended and now in the hands of the Trustees of said District, or that may hereafter come into their hands, are hereby appropriated by this Ordinance. SECTION IV: That any unexpended balance in any one of the foregoing appropriations or funds may be used and applied toward the payment of any lawful corporate debt or charge of the said Fire Protection District. Section V: That the invalidity of any Section, portion, or item of this Ordinance shall not affect the validity of any other portion thereof, which can be given effect without such invalid part or items. SECTION VI: That this Ordinance shall be in full force and effect ten days from and after its passage, approval, and publication, as required by law. PASSED: June 27, 1973 APPROVED: June 27, 1973 CLIFFORD T. BUCKMAN President of the Board of Trustees of the Maquon Community Fire Protection District (Corporate Seal) ATTEST: IVAN MILLER Secretary of the Board of Trustees

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