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Market Reports Today grading Light, PricesDecline On Exchange Nfw York Stocks NEW YORK (UW) - Stock market midday prices: Admiral 10% Inland Stt Wk AlldGhem 3ft Allis Chal m Alcoa 66y< Am Air 10% Am Can 30% IBM 311 Int Harv Ifit Nick 31% Int Pap3r 36ft Int f&T 32% Iowa P&L 22 Am Cyan 23% Johns-Mn 21% AmElPwr 25% Ktinnecott 23% Am Mtrs 1% Kresgc 36% Am T&T 49% Anaconda 23 Ashl Oil 20% Atl Rich 84 Avco 10 Bea Ftis 20% Bendix 36 Beth Stl 26% Boeing 10% Borden 22% Kroger 16% Lib McN 6% Litton 8% Lockhd 6% Mar Oil 20% Maytag 26% McD Dgls 21 Merck 90% Minn Min 85% Mobil Oil 57 Cap C Bdg 40%Monsanto 57% Catplr 60% Nat Bis 41% Celanese 32% Cen II Lt 20% CenTel24 Cessna 21% Chrysler 25% Olin Corp 13% Outbd M 37% Owens-Ill 33% Penn Cen 2 Penney 79% Cities Svc 44% Pepsi Cola 84% Coca-Cola 144% Pfizer 49% Colum Gas 27 Phil Pet 53% Comm Ed 29 Comsat 50% Cons Ed 22% Cont Can 25% Cont Oil 29% CPC Intl 28% Dana 28% Deere 47% Du Pont 164. Procter G 113 Quak Oat 38 RCA 25 Rep Stl 23 Revlon 64% Safeway 32% St. Regis 41% SanFelnd 24 Sears 98% Eastman 138% Shell Oil 54% Exxon 92% Simmons 19% Falstaff 3% So Pac 29% Firestone 20% Sperry 46 Ford Mtrs 55% Std Bds 50% Fruehauf 26% SO Ind 82% GALKSSimO ORDER BUYERS BttttigtM Northern Stockyards shipping Hogs ,.fS7.^5«.00 No. 1-2: Quotations: ' No. 1*3: ' mm $54.75457.25 Packing Sows: 300-350 .........!48.0 (Wft .50 350-500 ...,-_.-.M7.0Of48 .06 CHICAGO STOCKYARDS ATKINSON MARKET Volume: 1700. Butcher Trend: Steady to .50 higher. No. 1 -2: 200-225 158.50-159.50 No. 2 -4: 190-240 „__• 657.50-158.50 240-270 ,157.00-158.25 280-300 ..$55.50-156.50 Sow Trend: Steady. 300-500 $48 .75-152.00 VIOLA AUCTION REPORT July 2, 1173 Raceleia Caille Calve* Hogitheep This Week 175 S 289 180 Last Week 151 7 316 80 CATTLE: Receipts mainl slaughter heifers. Demand gooi_. Slaughter heifers 2.00-3.50 higher. Cows 1.00-2.00 higher. Insufficient volume feeder cattle for price test. SLAUGHTER HEIFERS: Choice with a few Prime 800-1025 lbs. yield grade 2-4 50.75-52.00. COWS AND BULLS: Commercial with few Utility cows 35.50-38.75. Few bulls yield grade 1-2 1100-1200 lbs. 45.50-46.70. HOGS: Receipts mainly feeder iigs. Demand good. Prices sharply ^LAUGHTER BOARS: 350-600 lbs 44.00-45.25. few 260 lbs. 48.10. FEEDER PIGS: U.S. 1-2 30 lbs 37.00; 58 lbs. 57.10; 2-3 55 lbs. 40.75; all sold by the head. SHEEP: Choice & Prime 100-120 lbs. wooled slaughter lambs 38.2540.30; few sheared 100 lbs. 40.0042.25. Choice St Prime 50-70 lbs feeder lambs 36.50-39.50; Choice 5080 lbs. 33.50-36.50. Cull to Good slaughter ewes 13.50-21.75. Gam Sko 27% Gen Dyna 21 Gen El 61% Gen Fds 25% Gen Mtrs 66% Gen Tel 29% Gen Tire 20% Goodrich 21% Goodyear 22% Greyhnd 13% Gulf Oil 22% 1 111 Cent 19% IllPwr25% Stvns JP 29% Stude 37% Texaco 31% Tex Inst 106 Un Carb 37% Un El 16 Utd Corp 8% US Gyps 21% US Stl 28% , West Un 17% Wstghs El 35 Weyerh 65% Woolwrth 21% GALESBURG GRAIN MARKET Consumer Grain & Supply Co. Market may either go up or down by 1:30 p.m. when final bid "ves. 11 arri' Corn . New Corn . Oats New Beans :30 o'clock bid." 1, $2.62 ..... $2.49 $1.03 -$7.27 Grain Futures CHICAGO (UPI)-Wheat and corn were substantially higher and soybeans mixed at noon to day on the Board of Trade. Prices at Noon Wheat Sep 3.94 up 10 Dec 3.79% up 10 Mair 3.71% up 10 Corn Sep 2.81% up 10 Dec 2.69 up 10 Mar 2.67 up 10 Soybeans Aug 9.50 off 10 Sep 8.30 off 2 Nov 7.77 up 22% READ THE WANT ADS! Peoria Livestock PEORIA, 111. (UPI) - Uve stock: Cattle sales insufficient to establish market. Hogs 3,600; 75 to mostly 1.00 higher under 250 lb, heavier 1.50 higher; No 1-2 200-230 lb 59,25 59.50; No 1-3 200-250 lb 58.7559.25; No 2-3 240-270 lb 58.5059.00, 270-310 lb 57.50-58.50. Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - In terior hogs: 16,000; steady to fully 25, in stances 50, higher; No 1-2 200235 lb 57.75-58.00; No 1-3 200-245 lb mostly 57.25-57.75, few 57.00; No 2-3 240-260 lb 56.50-57.25. Chicago Oram (tartft CHICAGO (UPI) - Grain range: High LAW Close Prev. Golesburo Register-Mail, Galesburq, NEW tfORK (UPI) - With investors on the sidelines, fading was extremely light on he New York Stock Exchange today and prices declined. The Dow Jones industrial average was off 4.58 at 905.56 shortly before noon. Declines ed advances, 560 to 496, among the 1,467 issues across the tape. Turnover amounted to more than 3,820,000 shares, compared with 5,120,000 Thursday. The first-hour turnover of 2,460,000 was the lighest since Oct. 1972, when 2,310,000 shares changed hands. Dayton-Hudson was the most active issue, off % at 13% on a block of 99,200 shares. Kayser- Roth was second, off % at 12 on 67,700 shares. Carrier Corp. was third, off % at 21% on 51,900 shares. Electronics and computers were mixed. IBM dropped 2. In the glamors, Corning Glass gained 1. Walt Disney lost 1% Chemicals headed lower. Du Pont lost 2% and Monsanto 1% Steels, motors, oils, rails, airlines and aircrafts were mixed in fractions. Prices declined in light trading on the American Stock Exchange. wheat Sep Dec Mar May Jiy Com Sep Dec Mar May Jiy Oats Sep 394 394 379% 376 371% 366 353% 346 304 292 « 281% 276 269 262 267 261 394 384 379% 369% 371% 361% 353% 344 303 294 281% 272 269 258% 267 257 265 258% 265 255 261% 255 261% 251% 130% 126% 119% 126 135 131 134% 130% Mar 137 134% 137 132% May 137% 134 137 132% Jiy 134% 133 135 132% Soybeans Aug 961 950 950 960 Sep 830 820 830 832 Nov 778 735 738 754 Jan 760 715 725 740 ttar 757 718 718 737 May 750 700 714 735 Jiy 750 704 706 729 MOVING SALE 1M4 N. SEMINARY Mercantile Exchange CHICAGO (UPI) - Futures on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange todayr High Low Close Prev. Live Beef Cattle Aug 57.02 56.40 56.95 56.02 Oct 59.20 58.10 58.35 58.45 Dec 58.60 57.50 57.50 58.30 Feb 58.45 57.70 57.77 58.20 Apr 57.70 57.10 57.25 57.35 Jun 57.10 56.40 56.75 56.90 Aug 56.32 55.15 55.70 55.32 Live Hogs Aug 59.50 57.05 57.50 58.50 Oct 54.45 52.45 52.70 54.00 Dec 54.70 53.20 53.75 54.25 Feb 54.10 51.90 53.70 53.25 Apr 51.40 49.57 50.00 51.02 Jun 50.60 49.40 49.40 50.40 Jiy 49.70 48.50 49.20 49.50 Aug 43.25 46.20 46.20 47.50 Frozen Pork Bellies Indianapolis Livestock INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Livestock: Hogs 2,000; 25-50 higher; No 1-2 200-240 lb 59.00-59.50; No 1-3 195-250 lb 58.50-59.25; No 2-3 240270 lb 58.00-58.75; No 2-4 260-280 lb 57.00-58.00; No 3-4 280-300 lb 56.50-57.00; No 3-4 340-350 lb 53.50-54.00. Chicago Produce CHICAGO (UPI)-Cheese: Processed loaf 75-79.25; single daisies 79.5047; 40 lb blocks 75-78.75; Swiss blocks 80-100 lb Grade A 89-92.50, B 87-90.50. CHICAGO (UPI) - Midwest eggs: Steady; prices unchanged; extra large 86; large 82; medium 76; pullets 54; standard 75; checks 56. Feb Mar May Jiy Aug 76.25 74.50 74.65 75;75 74.60 72.55 72.80 74.00 71.50 69.67 69.67 71.20 69.50 67.20 67.20 68.70 66.00 64.10 64.10 65.60 , Dow Jones Averages NEW YORK (UPI) - Dow Jones 1 p.m. CDT stock averages: 30 indus 20 trans 15 utils 65 stocks 907.44 off 2.70 162.64 off 1.63 97.33 off 0.25 274.35 off 1.23 Markets at a Glance By United Press International Stocks lower in slow trading. Bonds lower. U.S. governments bonds lower in quiet trading. American stocks lower in slow trading. Cotton futures mostly lower. Chicago grain futures higher. Cattle steady; top 55.50. China Should Become World Economic Power By WILLIAM J. STANFIELD LOS ANGELES (UPI) China's store is open for business, and a California millionaire iwho spent three weeks there thinks the trade opportunities for American businessmen are limitless. Business Today Furthermore, Harold Willens predicts China will become a world economic power within 10 years and thereby achieve political influence "infinitely greater" than believed by many economic and political experts. Willens, a 58-year-old self- made millionaire through real estate investments and ownership of a service company, toured China with his wife and daughter as the result of a social introduction to the Chinese ambassador to the United Nations several months ago in Washington. They visited mamiufacturing plants, met with officials of the China National Textiles Import and Export Corporation and had considerable freedom to travel. Most Myths False "The meetings I had add up to incontrovertible evidence i that they are open for business. with us," the president of Factory Equipment Corp. of Los Angeles said. "The store is (open." Willens said he went to China believing a "myriad of myths" about trade possibilities and found most of them false. "I had assumed that an American businessman would have to take his wares to the semiannual Canton Fair and that they would prefer to deal cnly with big companies. "But that was not so. My impression is that they would like as many suppliers as (possible and would prefer to deal with many small and medium-sized companies," Willens said. Saw Well-made Clothes His firm services the textile manufacturing industry and most of his discussions in China dealt with safit goods. "Within the limitations of what they can make and what they need," he said, "China is open across the board. Their only major concern is that there not be an imbalance. They would not want to get into a large trade deficit." While in China, Willens saw numerous shipments of wearing apparel addressed to North; a Vietnam, North Korea and number of African countries. Willens said he saw some "well-styled and well-made clothes" in China, though few of them, except for export items, were Western. "They struck mie as very meticulous and skilled work people, both men and women," he said. "They are meticulous, more energetic aind they work with more dedication and more zeal than anyone that I've seen. And they do it for a very low wage (roughly $15 to $90 a month)." Trade Tip Given How would an American businessman initiate trade discussions with the Chinese? "I would suggest he write to the Textiles Import and Export Corporation in Peking. There is no question that they would reply civilly and probably refer one to the proper corporation. I'm sure they would be glad to hear from Americans. "And once negotiations were completed by mail, if a businessman wanted to go to Peking the Chinese would arrange it "They are telling us, 'We want to see what you have in materials and we want to show our goods. Come with your sample case.' " GARAGE SALE IN ONEIDA I aikt. N. of BP Elevator rut. - SAT. — 11-1 Refrigerator, 2 elec. stoves, Sel- m«r Alto sax., pony exercise ring, play pen, clothes, etc. Also fresh produce. PLEASE All Thott Having Pie pans, sheet cake pans and cake boards belonging to Mairi- lyne Putnum please return as soon as possible. Backyard Salt SS4 N. CHAMBERS SATURDAY, Aug. 4th 10 a.m. — Dark Nothing sold before 10 a.m. Have cleaned out the attic, basement & closets, also garage. FOR SALE 2 YR. COLT Good breeding, all Black. Very gentle with children. 1150.00 Phone 876-2274 KnoxvlUe, IU. NEIGHBORHOOD Garage Sale til * I7S E. FREMONT SAT.—7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Clothing, dishes, furniture, books, elec. appliances & many misc. items. St. Louis produce: Eggs wholesale Grade A large 50-55, standard 45-50, medium 45-50, unclassified 10-20. READ THE WANT ADS! PAUL WEBB CEMENT WORK FREE ESTIMATE PHONE 343-1494 or 375-6590 FOR SALE 1172 2-DR. HARDTOP CHEVROLET CAPRICE •Power steering, .power brakes, AM-FM radio-tape player. Cruis- amatic & air cond. 13 ,295. Call anytime after 10 A.M. 342-1239. Galesburg Refrigeration and Air Conditioning 761 E. Brooks St. Phone 342-3479 FRESH SWEET CORN Coffey* Fish Market 1280 S. Henderson Wonted To Buy FARM SCRAP IRON (Will Pick Up) Junk Cars Removed D&D SERVICES 529-9431 529-9493 For Sale By Owner Older 7 room home In Avon. 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 415-3410 for appointment $15,500 ATTENTION FARMERS FREE Removal of DEAD STOCK Phone 937-2112 or 937-2218 SCHNOWSKE BY-PRODUCTS Cambridge, 111. 61238 lOTOtOOTII roi CL006I0 • PIAIHI |Oon't Dig Up Your Sewei No Charge If We Fail Call 343 6913 — or Phone 342-6430 GUARANTIED WORK SAT., Aug. 4—10 a.m.-4 p.m. Crib/mattress & chest of drawers, B-B-Que grill, TV trays, many rugs, men's, women's & children's clothes, utensils, linens, rocking horse, aquariums & misc. Garage Sale 1011 W. GROVE •AT., Aug. 4—S A.M. Bar stools, large picture, little girls' clothes sz. 3 & 4, boy's winter Jackets 8 & 10, nie n«cs St misc. items. YARD SALE 1229 WILLOW LANE (Off HaftUon beiwten Lotav • rremotil) PRIDAY Eve. SATURDAY—All Day Good clothing, children's and adults; misc. St 78 records. BACKYARD SALE SATURDAY, Aug. 4th • - S p.m. all LINCOLN STREET Large old-fashioned ironing mangle, lots of old 45 rpm records, size 7—Jr. winter coat, men s, women's & children's clothing—asst. sizes. BACKYARD SAll SM HOLTON (Cotnaf el Molten ft Km*) SAT., Aug. 4—11 a.m.-* p.m. Friday, Aug. 3* 19%^ 31 A Mlv4r *AY j All sites clean dresses, sm-med. & lg.; Shoes 7-9 sz. AAA St AA, some larger sizes. Lots of misc. Items. OARAOI SALE — lltl ft. ItMtttAfBjj « SAT.^1 a.m. - 4 pMJi Hair dryer. Antique table, men's St women's clothes, chtMren's clothes. lOe-SOtj. „ _ ' Rain Data Wee., A«t. lift OARAGE SALE US* SPRUCE AVE. FRIDAY Eva. SATURDAY—All Day Girls clothing sz 8 & 10, teen boys clothes, games, toys, dolls, doll house, dog house, pictures St misc. FOR SALE VEGETABLES 2 Biles. South of Hendricks Funeral Home In Onalda. 483*8124 Re mo vol of Trtet •TUMP REMOVAL TREE PLANTING TRIMMING — FEEDING SHADE TREES FOR SALE SOUTHARD TREE SERVICE 343-7*11 — 342-1132 GARAGE SALE 1211 S. CHAMBERS FRI. Era.—S - > p.m. SAT.— I a.m.-l p.m. Maternity clothes, baby clothes, baby Items, girls clothes sz. 8, Ids. sz. 8, king size bedspread, toys St games, other misc. items. Nothing Sold Batore Hours Patio Sale 1497 Willard St. FRIDAY PM—S to » SAT.— I to 2:30 Children and adult clothing — very good condition, Lawn Boy edger & Lawn Boy mower, electric appliances & dishes. Antique Insulators, Poodle bed & misc. items. GARAGE SALE S(2 S. PEARL ST. SAT., Aug. 4—9:00-2:00 Girl's clothing size 14 St Jr. size 5, slacks sets, coats, pant-skirts, boys size 10 St 12 flare-leg slacks —drapes St misc. items. GARAGE SALE 1370 W. LOSEY SATURDAY, Aug. 4th 9 a.m. to 12 noon Only Clothing, shoes, toys, maternity clothes, play pen, play and feed table, pottie chair, all excellent condition, Sears straight stitch sewing machine in desk, good condition. Garage Sale 208 Maple ABINGDON, ILL. Saturday Only 8 A.M. • 4 P.M. 6 Farrjilies Clothing & Misc. WANTED TO BUY Japanese German Civil War Swords, Daggers, Uniforms, Medals, Hats, Helmets, Guns, etc. Call 343-3818 After 5 P.M. TIP of the WEEK I If concrete steps are smooth and slippery, paint them with masonry paint in s \ ,j which a generous amount of sand has \ £ been mixed. Keep stirring paint Jim Hagrelius August is a good month to get the heating plant in shape for winter. Stop in and let's discuss our special off-season prices for equipment and installation. Thermogram 1242 South West St. - Galesburg - Ph. 343-3145 Knoxville Community Sole Co., Inc. KNOXVILLE, ILL. "WE DON'T MEET COMPETITION WE MAKE IT" Certified Livestock Marketing Center. State Licensed I Bonded for Your Protection. SALE - MON., AUG. 6,1973 STARTING AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON THE USUAL RUN OF CATTLE 150 Head of fancy Hamp. pigs, 50 lbs. tOO Mixed pigs, 40 to 70 lbs. 10 Sows to farrow soon. W. E. Bruniga Phone 289-4128 Day or Night If you have fat cattle or feeder cattle, contact us for an appraisal. Auctioneers: Lane Hyett, Don Wolf. Roland Bell Phone 289-4446 KNOX COUNTY at the KNOX COUNTY FAIR SAT., AUG. 4 -1 P.M. — 5 WEIGHT CLASSES — ALSO GARDEN TRACTOR PULL SATURDAY AFTERNOON Grandstand Seats ~ $1.00 FREE AUTO PARKING Main Gate Admission 75c Before 4 PM CHURCH CAR WA! FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Youth Car Wash 1" Per Car CLEANED INSIDE A OUT 9 to 4 Sot. Prairie on N. Street Corner (Next to Burke's Liquor) l>l!/\ PUBLIC SALE • 681 Lone Aye. Sat., Aug. 4 • 10 A.M. Sharp Shop Equipment including: 2 Table Saws w/Motors;, Heavy Duty Drill Press w/Motor; 4" Planor Jig Saw; Motors'; - New Spray Painter; Lg. Deluxe Charcoal Grill; Saw Horses'^Ladders; Rough Lumber; Garden Tools; Wheelbarrow; Lots of Small Tools; Many Kinds of Paint; Some Antique Furniture including Maple Rope Bed; Some Chairs; Oak Secretary; Picture Frames; 6 New Ladder Back Chairs; (A) and Vibrating Sanders; Hobby Pattern Books. W M N.E. CORNER BEECHER and LANE Not Responsible For Accidents — NOTICE — EFFECTIVE SEPT. I, 1973 the following truckers will increase hauling rates due to increasing expenses: Out of Elevator; lc a bushel more than present. Off the Farm; elevator buys the corn and trucker sets the price depending on loading facilities". .'. All prices subject to change . . . BELL TRUCKING, SAMPSON TRUCKING, JOHNSON TRUCKING, GEORGE VOLLMAR TRUCKING, COTTOM'S TRUCKING, JOHN MEGAN, MAX THURMAN, BEN SIMPSON, D. L. HANNA, DONALD E. SHlNN, JOE COLLOPY, RUSSEL DYDIC, ART MITCHELL, RUSSELL STACKER, MARVIN THOMPSON, HAROLD MERIDTH. EVENING AUCTI0! As I no longer have need of these items, I will sell Public Auction at my home at 640 North Prairie Stree burg, Illinois, Tuesday Evening, Aug. 7, 5:00 P.M. Child's rocker; small maple rocker; Royal typewriter,^ good; at ics- jit-amir with hobnail shade; other misc. with brass base, etc.; maple,lamp table; barrel back chair; coffee table; 4 nested tables; recpra 'players; electric emery and grinder; small electric drill; luggage carrier; travel Iron; luggage: electric can opener, knife sharpener, ice crusher, hair dryer; ,'i card tables; Indian 10" metal plaque; 2 Indian plates; electric fans; many good toys and games: dart»ban.rds; enrum; hockey sticks; archery: good ball gloves; golf ballspdwlm- mlng equipment; fishing equipment; outdoor grill on \VhWHs; 3 thermoH jugs; jumper cables; minnow bucket; 2 autographed, baseballs "Mickey Mantle and Casey Stengel"; model ships; hoKby' tools and supplies; pictures: mirror; Christinas decorations; glass":, Cutting machine; bottles; slide viewer; antique railroad lantern; tartu lantern; large 28" muchlnery oil con; 6 different metal beer»advertising trays: cherry piter; trivets; wood; tin; pottery; antlquant high chair, iron wheels, wicker seat; wooden bowl: old pursawailvar plate Ice bucket; 2 caster sets; Ice tongs; brass bucket; cigar Isolds; copper; milk glass cake stand; banana dish; large compoteY'^IIbitary seal; large pressed glass vases; trays; Iron nut crackers; oleQnpning board; electric waffle Iron; wall coffee maker; large roastff^jnany articles not listed. Mrs. Shoryy G. Umbeck, Owner TERMS—CASK Not Ratpentlbla for Aceldaala. Numbtr Syiiim Uud SIMPSON'S AUCTION SERVICE vl , , LOUIS and MYRON SIMPSON. Alexis, Phone 412-3211 TOP QUALITY — ALLIED CHEMICAL BLACK TOP SEALER Seal, protect and beautify your blacktop driveway with Allied Chemical Sealer — The finest product available. Just pour and spread. Complete instructions on container. Phono 342-4155 for r«pr«sentativ« for assistance with your installation GALESBURG Guilders Supply Co 600 E. MAIN ST. Mian* 342-4155 BACKYARD SALES Driveway, Basement, Garage Room, type must be in our office by noon the day before Private other salts of this ad Household is to be published. GALISBURG REGISTER-MAIL DISPLAY ADV. — Phone 343-7181

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