Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 27, 1973 · Page 33
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, July 27, 1973
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«; a- e. *-• a? 6- *•• * a. * 3 X 9. S; a 3 3 3 f a P a 9 % 3 S 3 I 0 E « s It ilegister-Mafl VAC- Keeps You Up On All the News ond Costs You Nothing Extra Call the Register-Moil 343-7181 end Ask for VAC-PAC Just Give Us Yoor Vacation Dates and When You Refura Your Carrier Bov WHI Save Each Day's REGISTER-Mill JUST FOR YOU! 9 3 f r t t' For VAC-PAC Service Contact Your Carrier Boy • • or Phone Voc-Poc 343*7181 You Fay Your Corner the Refulor Delivery Price end He Sovei Eech Doy'i Reejjrer-Moil for You. Sorry lut Thit Speciel Offer Deei Not Apply to Meil Delivery Subteriberf. 'Uiisettlement In Market Will Coo timte NEW YORK (tjf>l) - Co* trols, sudh as those imposed try Phase IV, "do not inspire confidence, and until credit policy eases, the stock market will find it difficult to move higher on a sustained basis; according to Harris, Upham A Co. "The general ttnsettlement in the stock market will, therefore, continue for a while longer," the firm says. "Some resolution of these problems may Jerome in the fourth quarter of this year." The recent "upside stock market breadth and buying volume appears to be better than it has for some time which is an indication of broader participation away from institutional favorites," the Contrary Investors says. The firm believes it "is reasonable to assume that some kind of new long -term growth curve is being shaped." Gajgstecj Register-Men, &?le§bur& Ml. Pttioy, July 11, 1973 31 Texaco Planning To Increase Gas Allocations NEW YORK (UPD -Texaco, Inc., annowoeri Tttrsday it is increasing gasoline allocations to dealers and retailers for the rest of July and all of August. Two alternate plans are being made available that wiH give dealers more fuel. NEW YORK ~£ulf * Western Industries, Inc., and Occidental Petroleum Corp. have formed a $10 million joint venture to develop a zinc chloride rechargeable battery system for electric [automobiles. An Occidental Petroleum subsidiary known as Udylite has been working on the project at Madison Heights, Wis., for five years and the work will be continued ait Madison Heights. LA Free Press Founder Fired LOS ANGELES (UPI) - Art Kunkin, the man who founded the Los Angeles Free Press and helped make it one of the nation's most successful anttes- tablishment newspapers, wag fired Thursday by the paper's management. The Marine Corps Air station in El Toro, Calif., is the Corps' largest west coast aviation facility. READ THE WANT AD8! READ THE WANT ADS! Merkin k Co. believes the stock market "appears to be well entrenched in a summer rally." Now, the firm says, "for the first time since January the market seems capable of sustaining its up trend which may last several more weeks." The breadth of the gains in the market recently has teen encouraging to E.F. Hutton & Co. In fact, the firm says, this may have caused the market to become overbought. "The manner in which the market rejuvenated itself and displayed the ability to recover its losses and close with a decisive gain is a less likely expectation from an overbought market," the firm said. BOSTON - Digital Equipment Corp. has sued Lockheed Elect ITH lies Corp., a subsidiary of Lockheed Aircraft, charging patent infringement The patents cited cover Uni- bus components and peripheral equipment for d i g i t a 1 equipment's PDP -11 family of mini-| computers. I FRESH SWEET CORN Friday A Set. Coffeys Fiih Market 1280 S. Henderson OARAGE SALE 4)1 N. CEDAR ••lutdsy — » - 4 Old "3 record*, old bottle*, kitchen utensils, twin bed frame At headboard, lota of nlo n«» At rnitc. items. BACKYARD SALE SATUHDAY, July it — •- 4 1176 WILLARO In cat* of rain het4 A «f <1 Automobile, clothing, household Items, vending equipment. READ THE WANT ADS! GARAGE SALE atl ILLINOIS AVE. Urate., Friday ft Saturday July nth. 17th ft 21th — t:IM - 7 1 Registered Chihuahua, male Tape recorder, bicycle*, ironer. some Avon products, and lots of miscellaneous. WANTED WAITREBS Apply in person or call for appointment Phone 3424015 2200 I*. Henderson CLUB II READ THE WANT ADS! ABOVE ALL MAKE IT WHITE'S ROOFING 342-0185 FOR SALE 1J00 lb. and 3.000 lb. round bale carriers, fits all categories, 2-3 point hitches. Phone 875-3358 MAOUON. ILL. MRS. LANE Palm Reader and Advisor 189 "ti~ HENDERSON ST. (Next to Seastedl Realty) 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. If you have any problems MRS. LANE can help you! All readings confidential. For appointments Cell 342-6639 Watch for sign BARNYARD SALE PURL'S (14 Mile North sf Abingdon on Waat Side) FRI. • SAT. • SUN. 2 modified hog houses, few antiques, furniture and usual misc. Removal of Trees STUMP REMOVAL TREE PLANTING TRIMMINO - FEED/NO SHADE TREES FOR SALE SOUTHARD TREE SERVICE 343-741I — 342-U32 FOR SALE BY OWNER 7 Room Home. 3 or 4 bedrooms or two apartments. Modern kitchen, dining, living rooms. 2 full baths, 2 enclosed porches, alum. SS & siding. all well decorated, nice lot. close to Lombard Jr. High Sc other schools. Priced Upper Teen* CaU 342-tMS after 7 P.M. For Appointment FOR SALE NEW SCHWINN VARSITY Boys 10-Spa«d Bike Call after 3:30 PM 342-7640 For Sole STEWING HENS 50c Each NO DRESSING 342-7497 Wonted To Buy FARM SCRAP IRON (Will Pick Up) Junk Cars Removed D&D SERVICES 529-9431 529-9493 Gales barf Refrigeration and Air Ceaditioaiag 761 I. Rroeks St. Phone 342-3479 tOTO-tOOTlR 1N9 |Don'f Dig Up Yeur Sewer Ne Charge If We Fail Cell 343 6913 — or Phone 342-6430 GUARANTEED WORK FOR SALE 1973 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL 4 Door Sedan Only 3,700 actual miles. Like new sharp color. All power accessories. Phone 342-0024 LEIGHTON'S SUNDRIES CHAMBERS A BERRIEN ST AMBASSADOR CARDS FOR AU OCCASIONS CANDLES GIFT WRAP RIBBON BOWS Open Weekdays 7 a.m.-8 p.m. NOTICE GILSON ELEVATOR COMPANY IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS AS USUAL GRINDING EACH MORNING MOVING It AVON SALE lit Allans Ave. FBL 4 - 7 — SAT. » - 7 Entire collection of Avon bottles s cheap), dresser <Se mirror, furniture, antiques, youth bed, queen size bed, books, misc. GARAGE SALE 317 W. SECOND SATURDAY. July 21th SUNDAY, July lain » A-M. • 4 P.M. Tupperware, Antiques, clothing, lots of dishes, lots of misc. items. BACKYARD SALE ALL DAY SATURDAY 311 E. LOCUST — KNOXVILLE Archery bows, pup tents, new TV antenna, carpet, curtains, uniforms size l-l. alt s»c clothing Sc misc. Items. GARAGE SALE 1141 NEWCOMER DRIVE Sat., July 21 • »-? Girl* bike, new afghans and doilies. Avon betttes. new Bee Line fashions, reduced. Cheap. And misc. items. BASEMENT SALE FRI. Evening — 4 - S SAT., July 28th — I - 5 410 N. Cherry St. Lawnmower. few Antiques, girls clothes it misc. YARD SALE Sal., July JI — I aon. to • pjn. 1333 LANE AVENUE Uniforms, baby clothes and accessories, children* sz. 7 to adults 24H clothes. Iron, record players, vaportzor, skates, two lawn mowers, misc. Items. Cancelled in case of rain. YEARLY 4 FAMILY GARAGE SALE 930 S. CEDAR ST. SAT.. Jury 2a—4 - Dark SUN.. July 23—12 • ? Coal furnace converted to gas in food condition, includes duct work, loads of good clean school clothes, boys & girls: ladies dresses A: coats in clean wearable condition (size 10 to 141, garden tooU. Many dishes, some old glass, drapes and curtains, some new. Garage Sale 1417 CLARK SATURDAY. July 21th 1:00 A.M. - ? Stereo, desk, camping equipment, National Geographic from 1962 to present. Trailer vent dome. girls' bicycles. Stauffer exerciser, Crystal for 12. nic nacs. books, water heater, games. HUGE GARAGE SALE RAIN or BHINE B49 PARKVIEW ROAD NORTHLAND FRI. EVE.. JULY 27 S PM. - l:M PM. 3 twin az. ma Urease* good eond. St very clean, 1 twin sz. heed- board & foot board, modem coffee table, old wood chair, lamp shade, pictures, some tools, frames, clothe*, much misc. Backyard Sale 355 OLIVE MONDAY * TUESDAY July 30 * 31 4 Chrome reverse rims, new Sunbeam electric snow plow, children and adult clothing, curtains, twin bed & chest. Many other items. Not responsible for accidents 14 ft. Arkansas Traveler Runabout Boat, 16 ft. St. Joe Drive- on trailer, 40 H.P. Mercury tr.o- FOR SALE tor; 21" B&W Admiral TV. In excellent shape; new bicycle exerciser; 20" bicycle and wheels: new carpet remnants and Ui-e. ISO CEDAR AVE. (one block west of Hanaen Lumber Co ) Phone 343-14M, or can be seen Saturday, Jaty M. During REACT Garage Sal* Garage Sale Set., July 21, 9 AM-5 PM RAIN or SHINE Sponsored by Galesboxf Area REACT. Inc. Lots of miscellaneous items. Absolutely nothing sold before Saturday, 3 A-M. ISO CEDAR AVE. <one block west from Hansen Lumber Co.* OAftAOE I Alt letettAIDtft LANE JWf If — • tJB.«I pM. Slngl* bed, formal* tz, lUti, 9-10 petite s, Ms. ckrtMbi s*. 9-10-11-12 is -18 - 20, Venetian blinds, men tt boys ckAhe*. BIO Backyard Sale 123 PHILLIPS Sat., July 28 ft AM . ? 2 FAMILY Garage Sale 494 S. ACADEMY BAT. - • KM. • I PM. Clothing it Misc. Items OARAGE SALE *U E. FREMONT Frt. July 27 — 4-1 •at.. July It — • - 1 Twin stroller, wringer washer, hand craft material, some an* tiqite dlshe*. lot* of CrUldf«n'i clothing & jewelry. BREEZEWAY SALE IMS ROBERTSON AVE. Frt. Eve. — Sat. - All Day 40 wooden extension ladder, men, women & chUdrens clothing, misc. items & toys. GARAGE SALE 113 ARNOLD FRIDAY It SATURDAY Bam boards, baby Items: bottles, buggy & clothes, insulators, formats, dishes, clothea h misc. BASEMENT SALE 1191 N. CHERRY Mon., July 30 • A.M. - 4 PM. Clothing it misc. items. BACKYARD SALE SAT, July 21 — 3-3 571 Arnold Girls' Schwlnn bicycle, boy's stingray bicycle — clothing, all sides, 10c Si 23c household and misc. items. Backyard Sale 116 OUVE FRI.. July 27—3 - Dark SAT., July 21— J . Noon Clothing. Dishes and lots of miscellaneous. GARAGE SALE 1430 CLARK ST. SAT., July 21 — • -1 Typewriter, draperies, children's winter coats and clothing, outdoor clothes dryer, toys St much more. Garage Sale 973 N. SEMINARY FRIDAY, July 27tn 4 P.M. - * P.M SATURDAY. July 21th • A.M. • 2 PJ>t. BACKYARD SALE 1340 WILLIAMS SATURDAY. July lIUl I A-M. - ? Men. Women. Children'! clothing, electric guitar. 8mm movie camera and projector, razors. jewelry, misc. 2 FAMILY GARAGE SALE 2555 COSTA DRIVE TtU July 27 — 3 pJBU to 7 Sat.. July 21 — 1 a-aa. to T Edison records, oak desk tc swivel chair, wood grained di- nete set with 6 matching chairs, 39' aluminum extension ladder, assorted hardware, school desk, child's vanity, sting ray bike, antique trunks, draperies, glassware, model cars, swimming pool. toys, infants clothing thru 6. boy's clothing new and ased ladies' and men's clotlung and other items. Garage Sale 285 Fair Acres Drive Saturday, July 21th Set of .iinr.erware for 12 — Wi»- terii colored glass. Vary nice. Golf clubs, howling ball, bag a.-d shoes. Wigs. Clothing size 14-15. Shoes sue 3>a - 9. Cos- tu/r.e jewelry and other misc. items. GIGANTIC Yard Sale I FAMILIES SAT., July 21— I «-m.-5 p.a». 2446 N. Seminary St. Corner si Carl Sandburg Drive Four ooOce motorcycles, two cars, couches and matching chairs, reclining chair <Sc rocker, foot stooii. cabinet radio, television, james. clothing, end tables, dresser drawers, lawnmowers, air conditioner, lawn sweeper, stuffed animaJs, purses. Water beds: port stereo. Many items too numerous to mention. Cancelled in Case of Rain '• »-"""•""*""""»•'-""-4LU 2

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