Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 10, 1973 · Page 22
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, August 10, 1973
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20 Galesbura ReQister-Moil, Golesburq, Friday, Aug. 10, 1973 Market Reports Today | OALESBtmO ORDER SUYEM mriififiOfl Noraera stvciyann No. 1-3: 20D-250 $59.5Mto.0O Quotations: NO. 14: k ' , 250-300 ... $M.?5-$59.J5 Packing Sows: 300-350 $50.00-150.50 350-500 -.-$49.00450.00 CHICAGO STOCKYARDS ATKINSON MARKET Volume: 2,400. Butcher Trend: 60 cents to ft higher. No. 1-2: 200-225 $60.25-$«l.S0 No. 2-4: 190-240 $60.00-$60.50 240-270 ... $59.50-$80.00 290-300 $58.00-$59.00 Sow Trend: 50 cents to $1 higher. 300-350 $51.75-$55.50 . Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - Interior hogs: 17,000; unevenly 50-1.00 higher; No 1-2 200-230 lb 59.7540.00; No 1-3 200-240 lb 59.25-59.75; few 59.00; No 2-3 240-260 lb 58.7559.50. IT . Louis Llvtttotk ST LOWS (UPI)-Uvestock: Hogs 4,000 50-75 higher; No 14 200-240 lb 00.SH1.00, new record; No 24 240-200 lb 00.0000.50; 200-340 lb 59.0040.0. Cattle 5; steady; slaughter steers part load choice 1015 lb 50.75; choice vealers 65,00-70.00. Sheep 25. ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Missouri produce: Eggs consumer Grade A large 71411, medium 68-79, small 4961; B large 66-76, Hens ice-packed broiler-fryers 59 - 65.50 for next week's delivery. St. Louis produce: Eggs wholesale Grade A large 50-55, standard 45-50, medium 45-50, unclassified 16-20. Treasury Accounts WASHINGTON (U P I) Treasury accounts for the fiscal year through Aug. 7: Wthdrwls $30,734,294,095.36 Deposits 26,095,720,616.58 Cash balance 5,162,768,815.92 Public debt 456,107,700,637.64 NOW is the time to solve your heating problem ^ with a GASFURNACE A new Monogram Gas Furnace is your best investment in clean care-free and completely automatic heating comfort. Here's the extra rugged construction you want for long, dependable service. The blower and motor are over-size lor effortless, silent heating. There's a size and model for every home. Ask lor a FREE Home Heating Survey today. NOW is the time to get a FREE Digitalarm clock This handsome clock Is perfect for bedside, bookshelf or table top. Illuminated numbers are easy to read even for sleepy eyes. And one is yours FREE with your new Monogram furnace. Hurry —- offer limited. Win a gas grill During the Thermogas Up, Up and Away Sale, you can win a $59.95 chareTTe portable gas grill by guessing the length of Tom Oerman's world record attempt this fall in the Thermogas Hot Air Balloon. Special bonus prize —the person who makes the closest guess to the length pf the flight wins a. full refund on any gas appliance purchased during June, July or August Full dftallt and •ntry blankt availablt now Tkmrmmmmm 1342 South W«tt St. Oaltiburg, Ph. 343-3145 Indianapolis Livestock INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Livestock: Hogs 1,600; strong to 75, mostly 50-75, higher; No 1-2 200240 lb 60.50-61.00; No 1-3 195-250 lb 60.0040.75; No 2-4 270-280 lb 58.50. Cattle and calves 100; not enough to test market. Sheep 140; not enough to test prices. Ptorla Livastock PEORIA, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle volume insufficient to establish market. Hogs 4,000 75 to mostly 1.00, instances 1.25, higher; No 1-2 200-240 lb 60.50-61.00, few 61.25; No 1-3 200-260 lb 60.00-60.50; No 2-3 250-280 lb 59.00-60.; some No 3-4 325-355 lb 57,-57.50. Jolior Livastock JOLIET, 111, (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 2,300; steers and heifers unevenly steady; high choice and prime steers 57.7558.25; choice 56.75-57.75; good and choice 56.00 - 57.25; high choice and prime heifers 57.0057.50; choice 56.25-57.00; good and choice 55.25-56.25; no canner or cutter cows. Hogs 1,000; fully 1.00 higher; No 1-2 195-230 lb 60.5M1.00; No 1-3 220-260 lb 59.7540.50. Price of Grain Increases Again Today on Exchanges CHICAGO (UPI) ~ tMieat, delivery, and otter months were up; oats up 0 cents a bushel, soybeans up 40 cents, so that it would cost a buyer $10.25 for a bushel of soybeans lor delivery this month. At Kansas City, wheat rose the 35 cent limit to $4.3$ for September, and oHher months followed suit. Short supply and strong demand caused by high export cwnmitnwnts were blamed for the daily increases. Future ttiadier9 buy and sell contracts of wheat and other grains and cdftumodities for delivery at future dates. September's contract is for deliv- of ery during that month and the in,price of the futures on any futures prices, poshed by unceasing demand for food* stuffs at home and abroad, rose {the perm)«ibte dally limits at the opening of trading on Midwest exchanges today, and other grains followed suit It was the 10th consecutive day of increases in grain prices on Midwest exchanges and traders freely predicted 15 per bushel wheat before many days hajve passed, there were few offers to sell wheat. Ait Chicago, whare the permissible daily price fluctuation in wheat contracts was increased to 20 cents Thursday by action of the Board Trade, wlheait for delivery September went to $4.54 a bushel, up itthe limit. Corn went up the limit of 10 cents a bushel, to $3.27% for September given day reflects traders' feelings about the supply of a particular crop as compared to the demand for it. Markets at a Glance By United Press International SKiocks lower in slow trading. Bonds higher. U.S. government bonds higher in moderate trading. American stocks lower in slow trading. Cotton futures higher. Chicago grain futures higher. Cattle unevenly steady; top 58.25. New York Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) - Stock market midday prices: Admiral 11% IBM 301% AlldChem 35% Int Harv 30% Alld Strs 25% Int Nick Wa Allis Chal 9% Int Paper 39% Alcoa 67y* Int T&T 31V 8 Am Air KM Iowa P&L 21% Am Can 30 Johns-Mn 20% Am Cyan 11V* Kennecott 30% AmElPwr 24% Keys Cons 14% Am Mtrs 7% Kresge 38 Am T&T 48V 8 Anaconda 22% Ashl Oil 27% Atl Rich 87% Avco 9 7 /s Bea Fds 20 Bendix 35 Beth Stl 26% Boeing 19 Borden 22% Kroger 157s Lib McN 6V* Litton 8% Lockhd 6 Mar Oil 31% Maytag 27% McD Dgls 19% Merck 89% Minn Min 86% Mobil Oil 58% Cap C Bdg 47% Monsanto 55% Catplr 61% Nat Bis 42% Celanese 32% Cen II Lt 20% Cen Tel 24 Cessna 20% Chrysler 23% Olin Corp 20% Outbd M 36% Owens-Ill 32 Penn Cen 2 Penney 79% Cities Svc 44% Pepsi Cola 83% Coca-Cola 143% pfizer 49% Colum Gas 26%phil Pet 55% Comm. Ed 29 Procter G 108 Comsat 50 Cons Ed 21% Cont Can 25% Cont Oil 28% CPC Intl 28 Dana 28 Vi Deere 48% Du Pont 166% Eastman 136 Exxon 93'/4 Falstaff 3% Firestone 19V4 Ford Mtrs 53 Fruehauf 25% Gam Sko 27% Gen Pyna 21% stude 36% Gen El 59% Texaco 32 Gen Fds 24 Gen Mtrs 63% Gen Tel 29% Gen Tire 19% Goodrich 22% Goodyear 22% Greyhnd 13% Gulf Oil 23 111 Cent 19 Jil Pwr 25% Inland Stl 27% Quak Oats 35% RCA 24% Rep Stl 22% Revlon 62% Safeway 31% St. Regis 41% SanFelnd 23% Sears 98 Shell Oil 55% Simmons 18% So Pac 30V4 Sperry 46 Std Bds 49% SO Ind 82 Stvns JP 28% Tex Inst 104 Un Carb 34% Un El 16 Utd Corp 8% US Gyps 22 US Stl 27% West Un 17% Wstghs El 34 Weyerh 70% Woolwrth 21% Reunion Set STRONGHURST - The Old Bedford School reunion will be held Aug. 26 starting at 12:30 p.m. There will be a carry-out dinner at the Old Bedford Christian Church. MICHIGAN PEACHES For Freezing * Canning Goodwin's Market 1949 Grand Ave. Wanted TO RENT FARMLAND For 1974 Present farm sold. Cash or cash and grain. Write to Box 963, care Galesburg Register-Mail. PAUL WEBB CEMENT WORK FREE ESTIMATE PHONE 343-1494 or 375-6590 KEYS... CUT WHILE YOU WAIT (Over 15,000 Blank! on Hand) SWANSON'S Lock & Key Shop (Rick Cannon, Proprietor) 342-5012—712 E. Main Wonted To Buy. FARM SCRAP IRON (Will Pick Up) Junk Cars Removed D&D SERVICES 529-9431 529-9493 NOTICE is hereby given that the Gamage Agency of 594 Filer St., Galesburg, 111. is owned and operated solely by myself and that I will not be responsible for any commitments, promises, or representations made for said agency other than myself or a member of my family. LOUIS GAMAGE FRESH SWEET CORN Coff«y« Fish Market 1280 S. Henderson 1969 JAVELIN S.S.T. Excellent Condition $1,000.00 3434377 or 342-8457 HOME KILLED FREEZER BEEF State Impacted, permit number •3, cut to. your preference. Quick frosan and delivered. Cuarantaad. Tarma. Donvers Pocking Co. Ph. 342-4854 Board of Trade Reducing Bean Trading Limit CHICAGO (UPlHlto CMea< go Board of Trade today ifr nounced it war reducing the daily price trading limit on new crop soybeans futures contracts to 20 cents per bushel from the current 40 cents, effective Sept. 1. The board also said it wouM reduce the daily limit MI new crop soybean meal to $10 per ton from $15, effective Sept. 1. New crop soybeans contracts include the November, 1973, and beyond. New onop meal con* tracts begin with the October, 1973. Chletf© Product CHtCAGO (UPll-Cheese: Proteased* loaf W.».% lift; ogle daisies iMMf; Swiss blocks mm lb Grade A IftlMtt.SO, fi 89.50. CHICAGO (UPI) -* Midwest eggs: Steady; prices unchanged; ex* tfa lafge 87; large 88; medium 80; small 58; standard 75; checks 81. FOR SALE 196* MUSTANG BEST orren Phone 3434508 After 5:30 - NOTICE BESERRA'S APARTMENTS 490 N. Cherry Ph. 343-1232 (Formerly Schrad.r'f Nursing Horn.) Now renting furnished apt'i. & sleeping rooms. Room * Board Available ATTENTION FARMERS FREE Removal of DEAD STOCK Phone 937-2112 or 937-2218 SCHNOWSKE BY-PRODUCTS Cambridge, III. 61238 aoooiD jfcwms. * DRAINS !" ...» ||Oon't Dig Up Your Sewer No Charge If We Fail Call 343-6913 — or Phone 342-6430 GUARANTEED WORK mm We tell mowers by the yard* Your best power lawn care Investment is a machine that matches your yard, and that's what we have in store for you in the full IH line. Let us show you just the right mower for your yard. We won't sell you any other. ~ WESTBAY Equipment Co. READ THE WANT ADS! Phone 309-342-8112 Knoxville Road — Galesburg, III. International Harvester Sales & Service AityMrwyyMMVtK. INTERiaTIQI ^UHAIIVifTU READ THE WANT ADS! Galesburg Refrigeration, Heating and Air Conditioning 2140 Grand Ave. Phone 342*3479 FOR SALE SEARS OAS CONVERSION FURNACE UNIT 128 BTU, blower w/heat controls, 22" steel furnace & pipes. Call 3434890 or 1583 Willard — COINS — AT YARD SALE SATURDAY, Aug. lllh I a.m. -1 p.m. 74 LINCOLN ST. (Actosa from fttrdee'e) nam Dai* Aug. Milt Removal of Trtot STUMP REMOVAL TREE PtAirrmo TRIMMING - FEEDIHO SHADE TREES FOR SALE SOUTHARD TREE SERVICE 143-7111 - 342.IIS2 , WANTED MAINTENANCE MAN With some plumbing & electrical experience. Salary negotiable. Writ* P.O. Box 1425 OaUsburg, IU. 11401 NITE HOUSEHOLD AUCTION "MOORE'S" Auction House — 534 E. South St., Galesburg SATURDAY NIGHT, AUG. 11 —7 O'CLOCK P.M. SHARP "Zenith" Console Color Horn* enteiialnmeal center lasa than two rears old; modern S ft. steel bath tub & lavatory; cast iron cabinet sink; good Pink reclining chair; occasional chairs; high boy oak chest of drawers, 5 other good chests; cedar chest; 2-pc. living room suite; steel wardrobe; steel utility cabinets; Antique dlshaa; old lantern; shoe last; riding mower; radios; tools; outside house door; garage overhead doors; hundreds of household goods bric-a-brac too numerous to mention. Auctioneer: CECIL R. MOORE — Phono S4I-J171 Clerks: DELPKA and TERRY MOORE TERMS — CASK Not Responsible For Accidents NEED SIDING? We install all kinds, vinyl, steel & aluminum. Guaranteed to meet or beat all prices. EVEN THOSE SPECIAL PRICES. Call us, we will not call you. PREMIUM 30 DISTRIBUTOR: J ft J CONSTRUCTION P.O. Box 329 Galesburg Phone 342-5758 Driveway Sole Fri., Aug. 10th » 9 a.m.-9 p.m. We Must Make Room for New Merchandise SAVINGS Up To Come Early For Best Selection Hardware & Supply 719 N. Henderson St. Ph. 343-6413 YEAGERS NOTICE Thomas Plumbing A Heating is proud to announce the appointment of JOHN MILLER to SERVICE MANAGER. JOHN has ably handled the Heating & Air Conditioning service for some time and now .will offer the same prompt service & quality workmanship for all service & sales . . . As on introduction for you to meet ond get oquointed with John we ore offering the following speciol FREE HUMIDIFIER Don 't let rising costs discourage you, our suppliers have an over inventory of Central Air Conditioning Units. Due to their inventory & price reductions we are able to offer with every Central Air Conditioning installation a FREE HUMIDIFIER. For winter comfort as well as summer comfort during the month of August. . . . THOMAS PLUMBING & HEATING 2262 GRAND AVE., GALESBURG, III. Phone (309) 343-1101 61401 BACKYARD SALES 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 DISPLAY ADV. — Phone 343-7181 - HELP WANTED - NUftSfS AIDIS * LAUNDRY WORKIRS Top Wages - Paid Vacations, Holidays lad Sick Leave - Retirement Plan. Apply in Person KNOX COUNTY NURSING ROME An lf«ti QypMigaity Bm»i«t»r TIP of the WEEK Cold tap water — not Ice water — Is the best first aid for burns, even extensive f ones. Put the victim in a tub of cool tj^^ \ i water, then get him to a hospital as soon *toM*.ii« possible. You won't get burned up at our prices during oar Up, Up and Away Sale. Come In and check oat our specials now on heating and air conditioning equipment and an installation. 1242 Seoth West St. - Galesburg - Ph. 343»3145 NOTICE Of TEMPORARY CLOSING Pork-N-Shop Meats HENDERSON & NORTH We Will Be Closed As of Fri;, Aug, 10 During Beef Shortage WE HAVE BEEN UNABLE TO PURCHASE BEEF TO CONTINUE OUR OPERATION; However When The Freeze on Beef Is Lifted We Will Be Back In Business 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. 13,1973 22 Charolais cross heifers, avg. 550 lbs. 17 Angus steers, avg. 600 lbs. 15 Bl. w/faced steers, 650 lbs. 20 Angus steers and heifers, 550 lbs. Cows and Calves. 50 Mixed cattle, 350-800 lbs. 100 Mixed pigs, 40 lbs. 50 Hamp. pigs, 80 lbs. . 50 Hamp. hogs, 150 lbs. NO SALE AUGUST 20, 1973 DUE TO VACATIONS I • [ ' 1 W. E. Brunigo Roland Bell Phone 289-4128 Phone 289-4446 Day or Night If you have fat cattle or feeder cattle, contact us for an appraisal. Auctioneers: Lane Hyett, Don Wolf. PUBLIC AUCTION Due to my health I am quitting my farming operations and will have a Closing Out Sale of Equipment & Miscellaneous Items at farm located lYa miles West of Galesburg, Bl., on Fremont Road. SATURDAY, AUG. 18, 1973 AT 10:00 A.M. MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT 1953 Allis Chalmers CA row-crop Tractor In excellent condition; 1951 Allis Chalmers CA Tractor with Wide Front End, in good condition; Allis Chalmers 2 row Front Mount Cultivator; A.C. 2x14 Quick Hitch Plow; A.C. 2x12 Quick Hitch Plow; A.C. 2x14 one way Boll Over Plow; A.C. 7 ft. Quick Hitch Disc; John Deere 6 ft. Tandem Disc; Hotohkiss, 4 section 24 ft. Harrow & Drawbar; Tractor Wheel Weights; Allis Chalmers 7 ft. Side Mount Mower; Servis 60" Quick Hitch Shredder; Servis 6' Quick Hitch Blade; Tractor Post Hole Auger; A.C. 2 row Quick Hitch Planter; John Deere Endgate Seeder; Herd Tractor Mount Seeder; 10 ft. Fertilizer & Grain Spreader; Wagon with good Wood Flare Box; David Bradley Wagon with 7x14 Box with removable sides; Onan Portable P.T.O. Generator, 120-240 Volts 29 Amps.; Hotohkiss wagon with wood 6x10 box, extra sides & hoist; Johnson wagon with steel 6x13 box, extra sides & hoist. LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT & MISC. ITEMS Approximately 10x20 Chicken House; Several 10, 12 8c 16 ft. Can't Sag Gates; Other Gates; Hedge End & Line Posts; Other Wood & Steel Posts; Fence Braces; 1 Roll of New 47" Keystone Fence; 1 Roll of New 39" Keystone Fence; Several other rolls of good used Fence; Barb Wire; 4 Rolls of Wood Pickets; Portable Loading Chute; Metal Feed & Water Troughs; Hog Pans & Lamps; Eave Spouting; Chicken Equipment; Wire Crib Tunnel Ventilators; Storm Windows, some Comb.; Fencing Tools; Knlpco Space Heater; Hudson Portable Sprayer with Gas Motor; New 3 gal. Hand Sprayer; Air Compressor; Pressure Paint Spray Gun; Peerless Water Pump with Gas Motor; Jet & Shallow Well Pumps; Water Pressure Tanks; Steel Barrels; 3Q ft. Extension Ladder; Step Ladder; Wheel Barrow; Hand Seeder; Log Chains & Ropes; Steel Cable; Pipe Vise; Used Tires; Electric Wire; Garden Hose; Hand Tree Limb Trimmer; Grapple Hook. ANTIQUES & COLLECTORS ITEMS New Jdea Hay Loader; Horse Dirt Scoop; Hand Corn Shelter; DeLaval Cream Separator; 5 St 10 gal. Cream Cans; Egg Cases; Wood Kegs; Stone Jars; Lard Press; Horse Shoes & Bits; Hay Rope Pulleys; Lanterns; Shoe Last; Car License Plates; 4 Porch Posts; Oak Office Chair. OTHER ARTICLES Sears Roto-TUler with 3Ya H.P. Motor and Reverse Drive; Parke 3 ft. Lawn Rake with Dump St Garden Tractor Hitch; Lawn Roller; Hand Garden Planter & Plows'. Small Hand & Garden Tools; Roof Weed Mower; 3 Metal Lawn Chairs; International Model 70 Chest Type Freezer in good condition. Other Items too numerous to mention, AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: If you are looking for a small tractor outfit be here sale day as this equipment is in very good condition. TERMS; CASH. No property to be removed until paid for. Not reiponiible for Accident*. Lunch by Calvary Lutheran Church JAMES V. YOUNGREN, Owner CARL STECK, Auctioneer—Maquon, 111. Ph. 175-3576 LAWRENCE COOK. Clerk CARLINE JOHNSON, Cashier Read the Want Ads I

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