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GALfiSBURG ORDER BUYER* BtHltgtM Nortfcfefl Stocky*ds No 1*3 * 200450 „....„,|W.INWiS Quotations: No, 1*3: 250-300 $S3.0MS5.80 Packing Sows: $47.00-$47 $46.00447 CHICAGO STOCKYARDS ATKINSON MARKET Volume: 2,300 hogs. Butcher Trend: 50 cents $1.50 higher. No. 1-2: 200-225 $58.00-$59.25 No. 2-4: 190-240 .........$57.5O-$58.00 240-270 i .*..,,..$56.50-$58.00 280-300 _.$5S.50-$56;50 to OALESBWIG GRAIN MARKEt Consumer Grain ft Supply Co. Matket may eithef go up of down by l;30 pj«. men final bid M IrMVtt. 11:30 o'clock bid. com .....:,... t -.......t2.68 New Cora ...$2.48 pats $1.00 New Beans . $7.5« Chieago Grain Rang* CHICAGO mptt- SPrttNGFlBU) In terior hogs: 15,000; 2.0O-2.5O higher; No 1-2 mm lb 57.00-$7.50: No 1-3 200240 lb unevenly &6.0O-57.5O; No 2-3 240-260 lb 55.50-56.50. Mareantlla Nt* Yark Golesbur (UPi) - stock prices: Inland Stl tttt market Admiral AlldChem m IBM 321 Alld Strs lift Int Marv 29% Od Allis Chal Alcoa Am Air CHICAGO (UPI) Futures I Am Can 30ft Am Cyan m Am Dist 21% AmElPwr Am Mtrs Wheat and were substantially higher JJ^ mixed at noon to- P*> Feb Prices Trade the Chicago Mercantile Exchange today: High Low Close Prev, ***** AM TftT 50% Anaconda 22% Ash Oil mk Atl Rich m Sep Dec Mar Sep Dec Wheat 2.86 Apr Jun Aug Corn up 8 2.64% up 10 4 2.64V4 up 9% Aug 56.77 56.00 56.77 55.80 Avco 1J* 55.70 55.00 55.70 54.80 fi e a 21V4 Beridix 36% Beth Stl 27% Int Nick 32 "4 int Paper 38Vi int T&T 35 Iowa P&L 22% Johns-Mn 22% Kennecott MV* Kcvs Cons 14% Kreage 58V4 Kroger 16% Lib McN 6% Litton 9 Lockhd 6% Mar Oil 30 Maytag 27% Merck 92% Minn Min 85% awning Many Pr UCKYAtO A MOVINO tAlt 1142 trMajt Ava. W«dn<Hdif. Aaf. 1 Iftttfttfif, Attft. X • I P.M. * • Clothing & misc., some antiqtiW LEROY POPE UPI Business Writ NEW YORK (UPi) chemical world Sow Trend: 50 cents to $1.50 Mar higher. 300-350 $49.00453 r Volume: 350 cattle. Market Trends: Higher. Steers 2.00-2.50 higher Heifers ...$2.d0-$2.50 higher Slaughter Steers: Choice 950-1150 $51.50-$52.75 1150-1300 ..$51.00-$52.95 Mixed Good and Choice 950-1300 $48.00-$49.00 Slaughter Heifers: Choice 900-1050 $50.00-$52.00 Mixed Good and Choice 800-1000 $48.00-$51.00 Cows: Utility and Commercial ...$35.00-$43.00 Cutters ..$30.0O-$35.00 Canners $26.00-$30.00 Bulls: Utility and Commercial ... $38.50-$47.50 Paoria I PEORIA, 111. stock: Oct Dec Feb Apr Jun Jly Aug Feb St. Louis Livestock Mar •Livestock: May Hogs 4,500; 2.50 higher; 70 J,y ;ad No 1-2 200-230 lb 58.50; No 3 200-240 lb 58.00-58.25. Cattle 700; slaughter steers Aug Sep Nov 3.64 up 10 3.49% up 10 3.41% up 10 Soybeans 9.80 off 40 9.05 up 5 8.07 up 35 Live Hogs 56.72 56,72 56.72 55.22 Boeing 19% 55.67 54.92 55.50 54.17 Borden 23% Cap C Bdg 50% Nat Bis 42% Olin Corp 14% Outbd M 37% 56.20 54.60 55.10 54.90 Catplr 62% 54.25 53.00 53.30 53.45 Calanese 33% Cen 11 Lt 20% Cen Te Cessna Chrysler Owens-Ill 33% Penn Cen 2V* Penney 82% also the sulfa drugs and many {despite the recent expansion of other pharmaceuticals, weed the petrochemical industry it A killers, detergents, waterproof- still uses only 4 per cent of . * ing compounds and flame total petroleum output so it is colorless, odorless gas that was ^tardants. not a major reason for fuel almost unknown before World spawns Many Products shortages. War II has become about the Ethylene also is important in A huge dislocation of oil ^A .f imnftrtAHt httitaintf Mock pro***** 1 * «f synthetic supplies such as occurred in important buMing block ^ WM€g gJ196lifte 5^ War ^ as the anti-knock compounds, ad- result of a Middle East hesives, roofing shingle coat- conflagration, could force a tags, building and refrigeration drastic reduction of petrochemi- we * B ifet -invert*. A ii«t of insulation and glass binders. cat production It s called ethylene. A list of 0ne ethylene fraction acfit J A £ ericans {hen wouW haVfi items made from it would fill aldehyde, from which aspirin is to go back to paper and known before cellophane instead of plastic the petrochemical world, born ethylene became important, films and to many other items 50 years ago with the extraction The German Bayer Co. made outdated by the magic of of isopropyl alcohol from oil. »"« ingredient rom coal tar as ethylene. r ^ of a by-product of its aniline dye 1 STOLEN Boy's otange io speed bieyd* from Hon's parking lot. Anybody* with information contact the Knoxville Police Dept. Business Today Mobil Oil 61% pages. It's now the lifebl Monstanto 58% Garage Soli 930 S. Codar St. Wed., Aug. 1 8 to 4:30 Clean children's school clothes, mens & ladies clothing, furniture, coal furnace conversion JiiK, dishes, drapes & curtain*. LOUIS About 23 billion pounds . ethylene are made yearly in the business According to Exxon United States alone, and the J^KL^ •** J™ "J 8 *" 1 IIq nptrochemical industry™ petroleum and natural gas, Pepsi Cola 85V4 "fv ^ add two ethylene ethylene could be produced Sants veariv each 3 fnrni coal by first converting I pacit/o one Son founds, the coal Into synthetic crude Colum Gas 27%Procter u i« _ to Warren Smolen, «>»• " wouldn't pay to do that *ork Bellies — .... nl . .... 77.00 76.07 77.00 75.45 Cities Svc m PEuer 80% Coca Cola 145 Phil Pet 55 V% very uneven but mostly steady; slaughter heifers steady to 50 higher; choice and prime 1100-1125 lb 54.00-54.50; 925-1250 lb CHICAGO (UPI) 1.60 70.30 71.40 70.00. Comsat 51% Cons Ed 22% Cont Can 26^ Cont Oil 31 & GrainlCPC Intl 29 Grain Futures Coium uas z/y»rruciei vi iu> acc0 rd\nf> Comm Ed 29% Quak Oats 37% ethvlen e products manager for now. Exxon Corp. Exxon makes two In the early days of the EJAAVJII v,uiji. , . petrochemical industry, ethy- from natural range: choice Dana 30 Low Close Prev. I Deere 4' good and 50.00-52.00; heifers 900-1000 Wheat 52.00-54.00; mixed coice 900-1125 lb | Dec choice and RCA 25% Rep Stl 23% Revlon 66% Safeway 33% St. Regis 4M SanFelnd 24% Sears 102Vi Shell Oil 55% Du Pont 170Y4 Eastman 140% Simmons (UPI) prime | Mar lb 51.50-52.50; 1000 lib 53.00; choice 9.00-51.50; mixed [ Corn good and choice 750-950 lb 48.0050.00; good 44.50-48.00; choice |Dec vealers 59.00-62.00. So Pac 30 Sperry 46V4 Std Bds 50% 800-1050 lb Cattle 250; small supply Sheep 200. Mar May Jly Missouri I Oats Sep Dec 364 364 364 354 349% 349% 349% 339 341% 341% 341% 331 329 329 329 319 Firestone 21% 299 299 299 289 Ford Mtrs 57% SO Ind B4% Fruehauf 26% Stvns JP 29 288 280% 288 278 Gam Sko 27% Stude 38% 264% 258 264% 254% Gen Dyna 22% Texaco 33% 264% 256% 264% 254% Gen El 64% Tex Inst 107Vi 259'4 253 steers steady; not enough heif- 57. LOUIS ers to establish market; choice produce* steers 52.00-53.00; 1 load choice heifers 50.50. 69-79, medium 65-76, small 45- Hogs 3,800; 2.00-2.50 higher, 57; B large 64-74. | May instances 1.00 higher on heavier Hens ice-packed weights; No 1-2 200-240 lb 58.00- 59^0 58.50; No 1-3 200-250. lb 57.2558.00; No 2-3 240-270 lb 56.5057,50, few 270-300 lb 55.00-56.50; No 24 300-350 lb 54.00-55.00. 259% 249% 256% 251 256% 246% Gen Carib 129 124 133% 130 137 134 137 133 132% 130 Gen Tel 30% Gen Tire 21^ Goodrich 137 131 137 133 Joliar Livestock Live- Aug Louis produce: |Sep Eggs wholesale Grade A large' 50-55, standard 45-50, medium 45-50. unclassified 16-20. [Mar May Jiy Soybeans 1035 Indianapolis Livestock 980 910 880 812 785 794% 760 794% 770 782% 750 776 743 1035 910 Goodyear 23Y4 131% Greyhnd 14 132 Gulf Oil 23% 111 Cent 20% 1020 900 Utd Corp^/s US Gyps 22% US Stl 28% West Un 19% Wstghs El 38% Weyerh 65 Woolwrth 22 billion pounds of —„-— . annually at Baton Rouge, La., was -made and Baytown, Tex. g as . liq ^ d * ^"Jl L^f Ethylene gas goes into 10 easier. As gas hquids became prim? intermediate chemicals fver scarcer Exxon concen- from which hundreds of prod- trated on making ethylene from ucts are derived. For exam-heavier oils, pie, ethylene glycol, the „ Back to Cellophane automobile antifreeze, also is a Exxon makes plastic resins prime ingredient in making »teeM but sells most of its polyester resins, source of the ethylene productaon to such most important synthetic tex : Alhed £»»£. fiberglass reinforced plastic ^%*^««^« ltS polystyrene plastics, including 11 An Exxon spokesman told all those packaging films, floor United Press International tiles, leather-like fabrics, rigid PVC plastics and PVC paints and enamels, come from ethylene. So does much aspirin, Pwr 812 772 794% 754% 794% 754% 782% 742% 776 736 (UPI) Stock: ! INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Hogs 11* L» t. mo* Meat Shortage heifers 52.50; canner and cutter 2.0b higher; No 1-2 200-240 lb Possible Market cows 32.00-36.75. 57.75-58.25, mostly 58.00; 100 INDIANAPOLIS Cattle 300; all classes steady; chOice steers 53.25-53.50; choice Dow Jones Averages NEW YORK Jones 1 p.m. CDT stock ages: 30 indus Hogs 700; 2.00-2.50 higher; No 1-2 200-230 lb 58.00-58.25; No 1-3 57.00-58 200-250 lb 57.50-58.00. 56.00-57 Wednesday estimated receiDts: 2.000 cattle. 700 hogs. No 1-3 No 2 -3 No 3-4 195-250 lb 240-265 lb 300-330 lb Cattle and Produce heifers steady to weak; Dice steers 53.25-54.00; good d choice 52.00 - 53.25; good 50-52.00; choice heifers 50.00- and choice 49.50• II CHICAGO (UPI)-Cheese: Processed loaf 72.25 - 79.25; single daisies 79.50 - 83 ; 40 lb 51.50; g Nodes 73-78.75; Swiss blocks 51.00; good 47.00-49.50. blocks 80 - 100 lb Grade A Sheep 300; lambs 2.00 - 3.0C higher; choice and prime spring 42.00-43.00; choice 41.00-42.00; Midwest I good 38.00-41.00. 89-92.50, B 87-90.50. CHICAGO (UPI) eggs: Firm; prices up 2 to 4; extra Wthdnvls medium 76 up 4; pullets 51 up|Deposits 2; standard 74 up 2; checks 54 up 4. I Public debt Treasury Accounts 122,320,803,984.35 18,512,797,211.43 8,925,383,763.84 157.524.886.416.91 Negative: Firm NEW YORK (UPI) - Although prices have risen lately, there still . are some stock market negatives, according to Spear & Co. One thing the firm mentioned was likelihood of meat shortages at the end of the vear. The firm also year, concerned and the about is bond prices automobile pending production negotiations in Detroit. REGISTERED NURSE WANTED Director Local Home Health Agency it REFERENCE and EXPERIENCE REQUIRED • PUBLIC HEALTH EXPERIENCE DESIRED PHONE V.N.A. OFFICE COTTAGE HOSPITAL - 343-4121 Monday thru Friday for Interview Appointment James Dines & Co. thinks the recent advances in the market are temporary. The firm says it believes a battle between the bulls and the bears on Wall Street should take place around Labor Day. Watergate is an issue that bothers the Research Institute. "Until it's resolved, the feeling of instability will color national issues like the economy, energy, the dollar, trade, the legislative flow, even the conduct of foreign policy," the firm says. 20 trans 15 utils 65 stocks 932.80 off 0.97 166.05 off 0.11 99.95 off 0.35 281.56 off 0.38 Markets at a Glanco By United Press International Stocks lower in moderate trading. Bonds lower. / % U.S. government bonds mixed in quiet trading. American, stocks lower in moderate trading. Cotton futures mostly higher. Chicago grain futures higher. Cattle steady; top 53.50. Despite their many differences, hairs are made of the same kind of material that forms hooves, claws, scales, and fingernails WANTED FULLTIME FARM HELP Must have experience with livestock and large equipment. Modern house, good wages. References required. Box 70, Gilson, 111. Garage Sale Notih Cdg* of Alton* on HI. 34 WED., AUG. 1 THURS., AUG. 2 9 a.m. — 4 p.m. New rag rugs, depression glass, Avon bottles, antiques & fur- n It u r e, i rone r, c lothe s, men, women & children, all sizes, some new, misc. FOR SALE 1,500 lb. and 3,000 lb, round bale carriers, fits all categories, 2-3 point hitches. Phont 875-3358 MAGUOH, ILL. FOR SALE 1371 a -DB. HARDTOP CHEVROLET CAPRICE Power steering, power brakes, AM-FM radio-tape j )layer._Cruis : anytime after 10 A.M.'342-1239. amatlc & air con 1.295. Call FOR SALE VEGETABLES 2 Blka. South of Htndrlcks Funeral Home In Oneida. 483-8124 MILLERS' MUTUAL Golden TONY LISCHWE 411 Bank of Galasburg Building snake Garage Sale 883 ARNOLD WED., AUG. 1 — » •.m.-4 P»m. Barn hoards, Insulators, dishea, baby buggy, clothes & mUc Auto Insurance is for safe drivers who don't mind paying a little less PHONE 343-1165 MILLERS' MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSN. OF ILLINOIS (NC. Wff AUTO •HOME BUSINESS A lV4 -paund strand of new -fine steel wire would GARAGE SALE 4S1 N. Cherry (Corner Grove & Cherry) WED., AUG. 1 — • •.«»• - ? 40" elec. stove, octagon kitchen table & 4 chairs, Cape Cod curtains, old medicine cabinet, RCA Whirlpool 23.000 BTU air cond. we earth to the moon LOOKING INCOME? FRESH SWEET CORN Coffey$ Fi*h Market 1280 S* Henderson Many of America's largest corporations and bait public utilities offer high yield bonds. Most bonds are readily marketable, Interest accumulates daily, REPRESENTATIVE BONDS NOW AVAILABLE (Yield & Prices subject to change) BACKYARD SALE 829 N, CHERRY WED., AUG. I 9 a.m. — 5 p.m. Clothing & misc. items. Spon- red by the C.M.A. You work hard enoug cutting it should be There's & lot of pride in owning a piece of land. There's also a lot of work. And before you realize it, here's another crop of grass. That's why we put our heavy-duty tractor 1o work on the grass. The International Cub® 154 Lo-Boy tractor goes wherever .there's a full breeze. day's work to be done. Other IH lawn and garden tractors from 7 to 14 hp. International® Cub 154 Lo-Boy. Stands only 49" high. Hugs hills and embankments. Big IH head engine provides speeds up to 9 mph Hydraulic lift is standard, at u Illinois Power Puk* Pew«r American Ttttphens & T«ltgr«ph Commonwealth Editon Qtnoril Ttlophono * TtUgraph Ford Credit Dow Chomfcal Standard ft Yiold Poor 1 * to Coupon Maturity Rating Prico Maturity 2003 AA $945 00 "•.10% 2003 AA 950.00 8.17% 1 7%% 1977 AAA 995,00 7,90% 2003 AA 950.00 8.05% 2003 A 977.50 8.45% 7%% 1993 AA 975.00 8.10% 7H% 2003 A 960.00 • - L 8.00% further information on above and ben Blunt Ellis Incorporated GARAGE SALE 2300 E. MAIN m WED. & THUBS. 9 a.m. — 5 p.m. Turn off at E. Main Bowl To R*ght & Follow The Signs Nice girls school clothes, sz. 716. Little bit of everything. I. S ! 1 MRS. LANE Palm and Advisor 204 BONDI BIDG. GAIESBURG, IU Monmouth Rtpr«ienJaii Phont Enierpxise 1919 BERNARD D. BOLON Monmouth Gal«fburg Repieseniaiive Phone 342-5191 LOUIS E. UBBEN, Galevbuig Vic* prwident RONALD E. POINTER, V «w»n«e Repi«»»niatlvu Phone Enterprise 5111 ROBERT E. HAYDEN Kewanee J88 N. HENDERSON ST. (Next to Seastedt Realty) 9 a.m. to 9 p. If you have any problems MRS. LANE can help youl All readings confidential. For appointment* Call 342-6639 Watch for 919a WESTBAY EQUIPMENT Phone 309-342-8112 Knoxville Road Galesburg, III. International Harvester Sales & Service Any Horvfittr YARD SALE 569 mo WEDNESDAY, Aug. Ut 9 A.M. - 5 P.M. Window fan, vugs, single bed, toys, clothes & misc. items. Galcsburg Refrigeration and Air Conditioning 761 E. Brookt St. Phone 342-3479 HIRING Sewing Machine Operators ft Mechanic Trainee No Experience Needed Air Conditioned Pl?nt Apply at Front Office PROTBUU 77 S. Henderson Galetburg, YARD SALE 1940 WA8HIHOTOW STRECT (I Block Benin of E. Main) TueetUy Eva. 9 p.m. * Dark Wednesday I a.m, - 3 p.m. Tn Case of Rain Held In Oaraaa Good clothing for boys, little girls and girls jr. teens, womens, shoes, Schwlnn training wheels, manual slide projector, port, elec. heater, elcc. football game, battery start 21* 1 lawn mower, boys snowmobile suit, games, toys & misc. For Sale By Owner 7 ROOM HOME 3 bedroom, kitchen, living room, dining room, den, bath & half, aluminum stonus, gas heat, on large lot, good North location. Close to Silas Willard School. neaaonably Pilced Write Box 954 Care of Galcsburg Register-Mall Sole By Owner Ol d er 7 roo m h om e in Avo n. New roof, gas furnace & central air, S, & S's, carpeted living room, birch cupboards, disposal (stove optional) at full house price, garden area and storage building on lot, good location, low taxes. Call 483-3410 for appointment $15,500 BASEMENT SALE Elkar Sub-Dlvlilon Follow Slfns Off S. Broad In Knoxville, IU. WED. * THURS. 9 a.m. — 4 p.m* Nothing Sold Before 9 a .m. Cloth ing, all sizes, children! clothes sz. 0-5 yrs., both boya & girls, Ids. jr. sz, clothing sz. 3-9, uniforms, elec. appliances, 30* drain tile, canopy clothes fee, curtains, toys & hundreds of misc. bargains. , Sale 1966 DELTA 88 OLDSMOBILE 4 Door Sedan Power Steering, Power Brakes, Radio. Phone 343-4226 on COME TO 927 N. Prairie m J : + • - i - • F • * 5*-:' j 1 J -i_ r^ac*: r 1 * n OH 4 * • I r 1 + f - To remove tar from carpets, apply a paste of Fuller's earth and terpen Let the paste dry. then go over the area with a stiff brush. Jim HagreMue How long will the Tbermogas hot air balloon stay up on its world record attempt? If you guess right, you'll win a free gas grill. Come in and enter our contest. 1242 South West St. - Galetburg - Ph. 343-3145 WARREN COUNTY LIVESTOCK AUCTION SALES 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 THURSDAY, AUG 80 ANGUS COWS FROM 3 To 7 YEARS OLD. MANY OF THESE COWS HAVE CALVES AT SIDE BALANCE WILL HAVE AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER CALVES. THIS IS ONE MAN'S ENTIRE HERD. IF YOU HAVE FEED THESE COWS STILL LOOK LIKE A VEHY GOOD INVESTMENT. 20 Choice steers, wt. from 650 to 750 lbs. 20 Choice steers, wt. around 875 lbs. 26 Good and choice steers and heifers, wt. from 500 to 750 lbs. 174 Harap, Shoats, wt, from 45 to 70 lbs. 135 Cross bred Shoats, wt. from 80 to 110 lbs. Worren County Livestock Auction MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS located 2 milt* north of Monmouth on Route U.S. 67 Garald B. Fisher, 734-6611 Phones: The Barn, 734-2916 Marvin Haase, 734-3937 Area Code 309 BACKYARD SALES h Garage, Patio, Driveway, Basement, Front Room, type must be in our office by noon the day before Private Household Sales and all other sales of this ad is to be published. GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL DISPUY AOV Phone 343-7181 \ t

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