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ft fiofisbufp Raaistef>Mail,j^JMburg, III,, T \£^Y,Ju\y _24;. 1373 | Market Reports Today j N«w Ydfk Stoeki NfiW Yofttt (UPI) - Stock market midday prices: Admiral IM inland stl 28t4 AlldChem ®% ISM 310 Atld StfS Wk Int Harv 30V4 AlUs Chal 9% Int Nick 30% Alcoa 61 Int Paper 36% Am Air m int T& T 31% Am Can 31% Iowa PAL 22 Am Cyan 25% Johns*Mn 22% AmElPwr 26% Kennecott 27% Am Mtrs 6 Kresge 36 Am T&T 52% Kroger 17% Anaconda 21% Lib McN 5% AshlOit25% Litton 9% Lockhd 6% Mar Oil 27% Atl Rich 81% Avco 10% Bea Fds 22% Bendix 34% Beth Stl 27% Boeing 18% Borden 23% Catplr 60% Celaitese 33% Maytag 31% Merck 69 Minn Min 83% Mobil Oil 61% Monsanto 55% Nat Bis 45% Olin Corp 14 Cen 11 Lt 21% Outbd M 36% Cen Tel 23% Owens-Ill 29% Cessna 22% Penn Cen 2% Chrysler 25% Penney 78% Cities Svc 44% Pepsi Cola 81% Coca-Cola 142% Pfizer 50% Colum Gas 27%Phil Pet 52% Comm Ed 31 Procter G 106% Comsat 52% Cons Ed 22% Cont Can 25% Cont Oil 28% CPC Intl 30% Dana 31 Deere 45% Du Pont 169 Eastman 140 Exxon 92% Falstaff 3% Firestone 20 Quak Oat 34% RCA 24% Rep Stl 24% Revlon 65% Safeway 33 St. Regis 40% SanFelnd 25 Sears 99% Shell Oil 52y 4 Simmons 20% So Pac 30% Sperry 44% Ford Mtrs 55% Std Bds 50% Fruehauf 27% SO Ind 81% Gam Sko 27% Stvns JP 27% Gen Dyna 21% Stude 38 Gen El 62% Texaco 33% Gen Fds 26>4 Tex Inst 100 Gen Mtrs 67% Un Carb 37 Gen Tel 30% Un El 16% Gen Tire 20% Utd Corp 8% Goodrich 21% US Gyps 21% Goodyear 23% US Stl 28% Greyhnd 14 West Un 22 Gulf Oil 24% Wstghs El 37% 111 Cent 20% Weyerh 64% 111 Pwr 25% Woolwrth 20% GALESBURG ORDER BUYER* Burlington Northern Stockyards Market: 50c-$l higher. Quotations : No. 1-2: .— $49.00 good 41.5044.75; choice vealers 56.0041.00. Sheep 100. ST. LOUIS (UPl) - Missouri produce: Eggs consumer Grade A large 63-73, medium 5647, small 3850; B large 5646. Hens ice-packed broiler*fryers 48.75-50 for this week's delivery, St. Louis produce: Eggs wholesale Grade A large 38-40, standard 30-35, medium 30-35, unclassified 16*20. — $48.50-$49.00 200-230 . No. .1-3: 200-230 No. 1-3: 230-260 ... $47.75-$48.75 No. 2-3: 260-300 $45.75-$47.75 Packing Sows: 300-500 $40.50-$42.00 Peoria Livestock PEORIA, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 250; all classes steady; choice steers 49.50-50.00; good and choice 47.5049.50; choice heifers 46.5048.00; good and choice 45.50-46.50; good 42.0045.50. Hogs 4,100; 50-1.00 higher; No 1-2 200-235 lb 50.50-51.00; No 1-3 200-250 lb 50.00-50.50; No 2-3 240270 lb mostly 49.50-50.00. Indianapolis Livestock INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Livestock: Hogs 3,000; uneven, averaging mostly steady; No 1-2 200-240 lb 50.00-50.50; No 1-3 195-250 lb 49.50-50.00, mostly 49.75-50.00; No 2-3 250-280 lb 48.5049.50; No 3-4 280-320 lb 48.00-48.50. Cattle and calves 900; steers and heifers steady to 25 instances 50 higher; choice steers 49.00 - 50.50; two loads high choice 50.75; good and choice 47.75 - 49.25; good 45.00 - 48.00; choice heifers 47.5048.50; good and choice 46.50 - 47.50; good 43.5046.50. Sheep 150; lambs mostly 50 higher; choice and prime spring 38.00-38.50; small package 39.00; choice 37.00 - 38.00; few good 35.00-37.00. In- Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - terior hogs: 16,000 ; 25 to mostly 50 higher; No 1-2 200-230 lb 49.2549.50; No 1-3 200-240 lb 48.5049.25; No 2-3 240-260 lb 48.00-48.75. CHICAGO STOCKYARDS ATKINSON MARKET -HOGSVolume: 2,300. Butcher Trend: 25c-$l higher. No. 1-2: 200-225 $50.75-$51.50 26 head at $51.75 No. 24: 190-240 $50.00-$50.75 240-270 $49.75450.75 280-300 $48,50-$49.50 Sow Trend: 25-75c higher. 300-500 $44.00-$47.00 —CATTLE— Volume: 200. Market Trends: Steers steady. Heifers 50c higher. Slaughter Steers: Choice 950-1150 $48.50-$49.40 1150-1300 $48.00-$49.25 Mixed Good and Choice 950-1300 $46.00448.00 Slaughter Heifers: Choice 900-1050 $47.50-$49.10 Mixed Good and Choice 800-1000 $45.50-$47.50 Cows: Utility and Commercial ....$33.00437.00 Cutters _.$30.00-$33.00 Canners $28.00-$30.00 Bulls: Utility and Commercial ....$36.00-$45.00 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) .. J ...$2.47 New Corn $2.21 No. 2 Oats .92 No. 1 Beans (new) $6.98 No. 2 Wheat $3.00 Joliet Livestock JOLIET, III. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 100; all classes steady; no steers or heifers; cutter cows 32.50-35.75; canners 30.0032.50. Hogs 1,100; fully steady; No 1-2 200-230 lb 50.2540.75; No 1-3 200-250 lb 49.75-50.25; No 2-3 250-270 lb 49.2549.75. Wednesday estimated receipts 1,800 cattle, 800 hogs. Mercantile ExcTiange CHICAGO (UPI) — Futures on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange today: High Low Close Prev. Live Beef Cattle Aug 52.75 51.95 52.70 51.75 Oct 53.82 53.00 53.82 52.82 Dec 55.15 53,50 54.74 54.15 Feb 55.52 53.52 55.25 &.52 Apr 54.55 53.00 54.20 53.55 Jun 54.47 53.45 53.3) 53.47 Aug 53.80 52.50 53.00 52.80 Live Hogs Aug 52.50 50.65 51.50 51.05 Oct 52.37 50.60 51.50 50.87 Dec 54.40 52.95 53.60 52.90 Feb 54.42 52.90 53.60 52.92 Apr 52.92 51.70 52.40 51.42 Jun 53.00 51.80 52.40 51.50 Jly 52.25 51.20 51.50 50.75 Aug 49.70 48.75 49.25 48.20 Frozen Pork Bellies 67.70 67.70 67.70 62.70 67.70 67.70 67.70 62.70 77.02 74.95 77.02 75.52 76.10 74.25 76.10 74.60 75.40 72.75 75.25 73.90 73.75 71.75 72.75 72.25 73.00 70.75 70.75 71.50 New Buying Discouraged NEW YORK (UPI) - The stock market slid today when profit-takers moved in, and renewed concern over Water, gate discouraged mew buying. Turnover was moderate. Shortly before noon, the Dow Jones industrial average had dropped 5.19 to 907.96. Declines were broadly ahead of ad vances, 812 to 388, among 1,556 stocks across the tape. Volume through noon came to about 7,000,000 shares, com* pained .with 6,990,000 shares traded in the same time Monday. Boise Cascade was the volume leader, gaining V\ to 13V8 on 128 ,600 shares. After the close Monday, it reported sharply improved second quarter results. American Airlines was second, up % to 10% on 118,600 shares, followed by Federal National Mortgage Association which lost % to 18% on 67,900 shares. Prices on the American Stock Exchange moved narrowly lower in moderate activity. Excellent earnings continued to help some issues. Lubrizol shot up 2%, Campbell Red Lake %. Most glamor issues lost ground. Upjohn dropped 2%, ARA Services and Wrigley VA each, and Coming Glass 1. IBM declined 2%, Zenith 1 and RCA 1. Oils weakened. Halliburton fell 2%, Natomas 1, Atlantic Richfield %, and Exxon Vz. Eastman Kodak dipped l'/s. Other chemicals were mixed in fractions. Steels, motors and rail9 were fractionally tower. Airlines and aircnafts moved irregularly in fractions. Industrial Boom Saves By MARGARET P, RICHARDS HESSTON, Kan. (UPl) The purveyors of doom and gloom for small country towns everywhere might take a look ait Hesston, a farm and prairie town that displayed symptoms of Imminent death 25 years ago .Business Today Hesston has 1,700 residents, give or take a few. But there are more jobs in this community than its sturdy citizens, many of them Mennonites ami almost all of them farm- oriented, could possibly fill. Instead of Hesston residents commuting to Wichita, 30 miles away and with a population of about 350,000, or 175 times the Firm: Potential Of Quality Issues Outweighs Risk NEW YORK (UPI) - The potential of quality issues far outweighs the risk in purchases at this time, according to the Alexander Hamilton Institute. 'That the market has perked up is reflected in the daily list of new highs on the New York Stock Exchange," the firm says. "From almost nil a few weeks ago, more than a couple of dozen stocks have been making the list in recent sessions." population of Hesston, some Markets at a Glanc* By United Press International Stocks lower in moderate trading. Bonds steady. U.S. government bonds lower in moderate trading. American stocks lower in moderate trading. Cotton futures higher. Chicago grain futures mostly higher. CatMe insufficient sales to establish a market. Recent advances in the stock market have been broad, but "there is no compelling technical evidence to suggest that a new bull market has begun," according to Merkin & Co. "The lack of strength in the utilities, reflecting .higher interest rates, and the meager performance of the transportation index (on the Dow Jones list) are among several indica tors that suggest the current strength of the list is only intermediate in nature," the firm says. Jly Aug Feb Mar May Jly Aug St. Louis Livestock ST. LOUIS (UPI)-Livestock: Hogs 4,500; strong to 50 higher; No 1-3 200-250 lb 50.00-50.50; 200 head No 1-2 200-230 lb 50.75. Cattle 1,200; slaughter steers fully 50-75, instances 1.00, higher; heifers unevenly 50 to mostly 75-1.00 higher; choice steers 925-1200 lb 48.50-50.00, load 50-35; mixed good and choice 900-1150 lb 47.00-48.50; good 44.50-47.00; choice and prime heifers 900-1200 lb 48.0048.25; choice 800-1025 lb 46.5048.00, load 48.50; mixed good and choice 750-925 lb 44.75-46.50; 324M: 317 324V2 314^ 317V4 306 317V4 WIVi 308 297% 308 298 301% 288% 301% 291% 277 272% 276V 4 Grain Futures CHICAGO (UPI) - Grain range: High Low Close Prev. Wheat Sep Dec Mar May Jly Corn Sep Dec Mar May Jly Oats Sep Dec Mar May Dow Jones Averages NEW YORK (UPI) - Dow Jones 1 p.m. CDT stock averages 30 indus 20 trans 15 utiLs 65 stocks 91^.42 off 1.73 164.04 off 0.65 101.74 up 0.10 277.58 off 0.53 NOTICE The Village of Williamsfield is accepting any and all Bids for removal of the Town Hall Building from property in Vil lage of Williamsfield by January 1, 1974. Bids to be in to Village Clerk no later than August 4, 1973. Bids will be opened at regular Village Board Meeting August 4, 1973. Village Clerk Marie Secrist 7/24-25; 2T NOTICE TO BIDDERS The City of Galesburg, Illinois, hereby invites sealed bids on the construction of a Baseball Field, Parking Lot and Tennis Court Complex located at the Galesburg Senior High School area. Bids will be received until 10:00 A.M., C.D.S.T., August 2, 1973; and, at that time, publicly opened and read aloud in the office of the City Engineer, Second Floor, City Hall. Bid Forms may be obtained at the office of the Purchasing Agent, located in City Hall. ARVEY W. HANSON Purchasing Agent 7/24; IT 266% 254 262V2 256 7 /a 248 237 237 245 245 233% 236 242 243 232 232 240 241 230 230 238 120% 115 117% 119% 124 U9Vi 122 122% 129 122% 125 129% 123% 126 128 128 Soybeans READ THE WANT ADS! WANTED WAITRESS Apply in person or call for appointment Phone 342-6015 2200 N. Henderson CLUB 19 Technical factors in the market, including a significant rise in the short interest ratio, are broadly favorable, according to Standard & Poor's. "Occasional stairstep corrections are probable," the firm says, "but investor willingness to look beyond Phase IV should extend the advance." "From an investment standpoint," according to Reynolds Securities Inc., "pencils will be busy calculating the impact of the 'freezette' now ending and Phase IV on corporate profit margins." Despite pessimistic reports, the next few years, though possibly rocky, should be profitable and things should return to normal by 1975, the firm says. citizens of Wfchta* commute to HcflBton to work, So do irtsUtettts of a do*** communi ties a lot smarter than Wichita but also a tot bigger than Hesston, places like Newton Hutchinson and McPherson. They work for Hewton Corp. the employer of more than 2,500 persons including about 1,500 at the main office and plant About 500 of the local workers live iii Hesston or on nearby farms; the remainder come from other communities. New Industry Born Hesston Corporation began in 1947 after Lyle Yost got to thinking about all the man hours lost in waiting for crews to unload the bins of self- propelled combines harvesting wheat, an operation to which he and his ancestors had pegged their economy for generations He had an idea which he took to the owner of the Hesston machine shop, Adin Holdeman. Together, they worked out a practical answer, an unloading auger attachment for combines At first Yost and Holdeman produced only a feW of the devices. Then the word spread, and an industry was bom. After the unloading attachment came other equipment ideas, straw spreaders, rowcrop saver at bachimenits, and in 1953 the "straw chopper." The chopper boosted ithe sales volume past the million dollar mark in 1954 for" the first time. Employment grew from the original five people to more than 100. In 1955, the Hesston self- propelled swather was introduced, the coimipamy's first venture Mo ai\ independently powered unit. In its 25 years, the Hesston corporation has pioneered and produced more than 100 new products. The company started business in the back of a single quonset hut with 2,000 square feelt of floor space. Today, the office and headquarters spread over 150 acres. J-J Painting Contractors Free Estimates Reference : Phono 342-6036 FOR SALE 1935 CHEVY MASTER 4-DOOR SEDAN Needs little restoring—$700 or best offer. Call 639-4217 After S P.M. Weekdays Th« manufacturing complex includes three buildings, an engineering facility with a lafge shop attached, a receiv ing building, and a parte and shipping building. A communi cations center Is in the works, scheduled for completion next year. The company, conceived, bom and nurtured in this still' tiny town, has plants in Logan, Utah; Oregon, 111.; Elk Grove Village, lit, and Butler, Wis. Closer to home, there's the Maize, Kan., facility. A Hesston plant to manufacture windrow- ers is located at Udine, Italy. Another which manufactures pull-type windrowers and for* age harvesters is located in Coex, France. Hesston has distributors in 23 countries and a licensed manufacturer, makes Hesston products in Australia. The company's net sales last year totaled 156,856,077, a tidy figure in the eyes of its founder and president. Yost credits the people of the community for the company's growth. He describes them as "an industrious people, well-disciplined to hard work, honesty and integrity." FOR SALE 3 BEDROOM RANCH STYLE HOME IN ABINGDON Brick front, garage, large shady lot. 920,000. Shown by appointment. Ph. 462-2028 ' PUBLIC AUCTION Due to the death and snle of hrome. will Sell iurnWnin**, some antique* of I room home In wntUnvcst part of AfeXl*. SAT., JULY 28, 1973 •.30 A.M. SHARP* BfftNARD DONNILLY and OORTHY DONNELLY RORBINS, Owntft ••It Witt Mat! ttmtttt la You Can Alien* th« ttdifttt fttiftw PUBLIC AUCTION 770 last twrrien Street, Oaleiburg, Illinois Sot., July 28, 1973 10:00 AM Oak combination bookcase desk; drop leaf table, S legs; 4 carved back 68k chairs; old mirror, approx. 26x48; plate glass; mahogany drum table; maple rocker; lamp table; lafge chest el drawers; mahogany secretary; 2 matching eottee. tables; large overstuffed chair; pair large matching lamps; S drawer chest; dinette table and benches; gad stove; <3E refrigerator; several beds; bunk beds; antique chest of drawers; desk; 2 chest of drawers; twin bed! metal knee hole desk; Oook case; dark blue davenport, good condition; rocker; gun rack: gas Daisy Co200 SB gun; area rugs; Utility cart; clothes hanger; typewriter; step stool; dishes; pots and pans; fruit jars; curtains; books; pictures; beer cooler; miscellaneous items; tools. ROBERT MONTGOMERY, Owner TERMS — CASH Nel RtopoMlbl* For Aecldaitll — NUMBER SYSTEM USED — SIMPSON'S AUCTION SERVICE LOOTS and MYRON SIMPSON, Alexia, Phone 418*3211 FOR SALE 1967 60 Ft. Kewanee No. 600 Elevator With Truck Dump Call 482-3308 Evenings FOR SALE 1971 "ROAD RUNNER" 383 Automatic — 19,000 miles. _ 342-27S5 COLLEGE STUDENT HOUSING- Persons with furnished apartments or sleeping rooms available in the Galesburg area for college student housing beginning in September, 1973, are requested to call: Corl Sandburg College 343-6101 Extension 237 Garage Sale 813 S. Market KnoxvlUe, 111. ' THURSDAY fc FRIDAY 9 a.m. — 9 p.m. $500 FIGURETTE INVENTORY For Sale 3250 OR BEST OFFER Ph. 483-8161 FOR SALE 8' custom made bar, ideal for basement, rec room, den or as a room divider. Sacrifice, moving, must sell immediately. 342-4752 FOR SALE 12 FT. ALUMINUM BOAT and 5 H.P. MOTOR 343-3056 LOST Lug* Blu«-«y«d, off-whli* SIAM.-PERS. CAT Vicinity of Moshier and Harrison, Sentimental pet. REWARD Phone: 342-3429 PUBLIC AUCTION ALTON A, ILL. Mabel Shaw Estate Maurice. Norene, Adm. Moii., Aug. 6 6:30 PM Household & Antiques Complete listing will appear in the Galesburg Register-Mail at a later date. Auction***: LEO HAGER, Alton*, IU. BACKYARD SALE 724 W. South WEDNESDAY, JULY 25 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Odd size storm windows, furniture, toys, clothing & much more,. Rain, Thurs., July 26. Carpet Problems? Call Us New and Used installed. Repairs — All Kinds B&R CARPET SERVICE 342-4650 GARAGE SALE 1695 JEFFERSON (Fair Oaks) TUESDAY EVENING WEDNESDAY ALL DAY Extra nice clothing, for: babies, toddlers, girls, Ids. & men. Also elec. rollers, jewelry, wigs, rug shanvpooer, suitcases, grill, draperies, curtains, barn board paintings, some antiques, bed canpoy, bottles. FOR SALE BAKERY RETAIL & WHOLESALE Good Equipment. Good Building. Good Business WANT TO RETIRE ERZINGER BAKERY 910 FIRST AVE. SILVIS, ILL. ATTENTION ONEIDA COMMUNITY BUS LEAVING SOUTHSIDE BUSINESS DISTRICT OF ONEIDA To The I.C.C. Railroad Hearing IN SPRINGFIELD Wed., Aug. 1,1973 • 7:30 a.m. PRICE ROUND TRIP QQ PER PERSON Purchu* Fax* at: ANDERSON STATE BANK — Ontlda, 111. Sponsored by ONEIDA LIONS CLUB LARGE BACKYARD SALE 913 N. Pram* Tues. Eve. 4-8 Wed. 9 AM-? 2—13-6:00 snow tires, furniture, AMF pool table (exc. cond.), high chair, baby buggy, toys, grill, bike, clothes, bakery items, sewing machine, record player, books, dishes, paint, misc. items too numerous to mention. 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 Aug Sep Nov Jan Mar May Jly 1100 1000 781 765 760 '752 740 1070 960 730 712 710 705 706 1100 970 749 734 733 720 712 1060 960 761 744 741 730 724 NOTICE GRAND ROLLER RINK Will Be Closed WiD., JULY 25 Will Re-Open FRI., JULY 27 READ THE WANT ADS! MRS. LANE Palm Reader and Advisor 189 N. HENDERSON ST. (Next to SeMiedi Bsalty) 9 a .m. to 9 p.m. If you have any problems MRS. LANE can help you! All readings confidential. For appointments Call 342-6639 Watch tax »lgn PUBLIC SALE Located 2 miles East of Chevrolet dealership at Williamsfield, III. to Elmore Blacktop then South to third hojise on Sat., July 28, 1973 at 11 O'clock A.M. Lots of good antique furniture including: Walnut dresser, with swivel mirror, 2 oak drop front desks, small oak bookcase, desk combination, several good cane bottom chairs of different types of wood, lots of other good walnut antique furniture, some very good glassware, household goods and misc. tools. Mrs. Velmo Biederboch, Mrs. Phylis Hammertoe, Owners Auctioneer: JIM FOLGEH. Williamititld, 111. — 879-2373 Watch For CompUta LUting In Thuriday, July 26 GaUiburg Regiiiar-Mail 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. — Phont 343-7181 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 Listing For Thursday, July 26, 1973 34 Angus cows with calves at side. One man's entire herd. 30 Choice steers wt. around 850 lbs. 32 Choice steers wt. around 900 lbs. 17 Good to choice steers wit. from 450 to 550 lbs. 20 Choice steers and heifers wt. from 400 to 500 lbs. 200 Hamp. shoats wt. from 45 to 60 lbs. 170 Cross bred shoats wt. from 70 to 85 lbs. 10 Extra large hamp. gilts .bred to spotted boar from W. C. ADAIR AND SONS. Warren County Livestock Auction, Inc. MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS located 2 miles north of Monmouth on Route U.S. 67 Phones: The Barn, 734-2916 Garald B. Fisher, 734-6611 Marvin Haase, 734-3937 Area Code 309 READ THE WANT ADS! READ THE WANT ADS!

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