Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 30, 1968 · Page 7
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1968 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS 7—A*! Legal Notices PUBLICATION STATE OF ILLINOIS COUNTY OF JEFFERSON— SS. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, ILLINOIS IN THE MATTER OF THE ) ESTATE ) OF ) SARAH F. (Frances) ) STEARNS, Deceased, ) GLADYS GRAY AND ) JOSEPHINE WHITE, ) ADMINISTRATORS. ) Plaintiff, ) -vs- ) BENJAMIN F. STEARNS, ) et al, ) Defendants. ) No. 68-P-108 PETITION FOR LEAVE TO SELL REAL ESTATE TO PAY DEBTS The requisite affidavit of non- residence and for publication, nnd unknown whereabouts having been filed herein, Public Notice Is hereby given that on the 27th day of December, 1968, a petition for leave to sell real estate to pay debts was filed herein by the Administrators, Gladys Gray and Josephine White. The deceased, Sarah F. (Fran -j cosi Stearns left surviving her! the following named children j (sons and daughters) and sole I and only heirs at law her sur- j vivin-;, to-wi(: William Stearns, I ISenjamin F. Stearns, Leo I Stearns, Gladys Gray, Josephine j While, Sarah Bear, Charles i Stearns, Kathleen Abernathy, \ and Mary Buzick, as her sole i and only heirs at law her sur- : viving. ! To you, Benjamin F. Steams, it not being known and determined whether you be dead or living and your whereabouts being unknown and after full, complete and diligent search has been made for your whereabouts, notice is hereby given to you that on the 27th day of December, 1968 a Petition for Leave to Sell Real Estate to Pay Debts was filed herein by the Administrators, Gladys Gray and Josephine White. You Benjamin F. Stearns, son of Sarah F. (Frances) Stearns, deceased and one of the heirs at law her surviving and to all other persons known and unknown, minors, incompetents, persons under legal disability or in military service, residents and non residents of the State of Illinois and concerning whom it is not known whether you or each of you be dead or living and to all other heirs at law, assigns or successors and to all persons to whom it may concern, please take notice; That on the 27th day of December, 1968, said petition was filed, and that you must file your appearance, answer, or other pleading within 30 days from date hereof, or in any event not later than Friday, January 31st, 1369, or default will be entered against you and all others for the sale of said premises to pay debts. The premises sought to be sold to pay debts, claims and costs of administration are as follows, to-wit: Lot Fourteen (14) in Block Nine (9) in North Granite Subdivision in Granite City as same appears in Plat Book Thirteen (13), Page 51 and subject to an easement to Frank H. Sullivan dated February 21, 1929 and entered in Book 632, Page 294 in the County of Madison and State of Illinois. Dated at Mt. Vernon, Illinois this 30th day of December, A.D., 1968. Gladys Gray and Josephine White, Administrators of the Estate of Sarah F. (Frances) Stearns, Deceased. Frank H. Walker Attorney for Administrators 1001% Broadway, P. O. Box 913 Mt. Vernon, Illinois 62864 1-13 the North 13 1/3 acres thereof. There shall next be offered for sale the following premises, towit: TRACT II: The North 13 1/3 acres of the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 22, Township 3 South, Range 2 East of the 3rd P.M., Jefferson County, Illinois. There shall next be offered for sale the following premises towit: TRACT III: The Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 22, Township 3 South, Range 2 East of the 3rd P.M., Jefferson County, Illinois. Subject to the further approval of said Court, said sale shall be made as follows: If 1/4 of the sum bid for said Tract I shall be equal to or more than 1/6 of the sum bid for the purchase of said Tract III, then sale will be made of said Tract I. However, if 1/4 of the sum bid for said Tract I shall be less than 1/6 of the sum bid for said Tract III, sale will be made of said Tract III. Any sale will include all improvements and appurtenances on said real estate, and will be subject to all taxes, both general and special, already levied or hereafter to be levied. The terms of said sale shall be cash. Said sale and all my proceedings in this matter are subject to the approval of this Court. Bidders are advised to consult the Decree in the above entitled cause from which my authority is derived. DATED at Mt. Vernon, Illinois, this Dec. 30th, 1968. Robert Ruddick, Sheriff of Jefferson County, Illinois. Robert C. Davis Willis Davis Sebel A. Davis PLAINTIFFS Kirk & Musick Attorneys for Plaintiffs First National Bank Building Mt. Vernon, Illinois Telephone 242-0705 1-13 Fat Pueblo Crewman Lost 70 Pounds On Red Diet By DON HORINE Associated Press Writer SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) — The low-fat diet of his North Korean captors helped John Higgins shed unwanted weight — about 70 pounds. "I'd like to eat every kind of food there is," he said. Most of his fellow captives lost 20 to 40 pounds in the compound at Pyongang, North Korea. Their diet consisted of the Behind the walls that held food of the season—"during win- America 's USS Pueblo crew- ter we had turnips a lot. In the men, his mates tried to joke in'. summer we had some kind! of their misery by calling Higgins " "Slenderella." The 6-foot-5 sailor from St. Jo; seph, Mo., still was no 97-pound weakling. He weighed 280 pounds when the U.S. intelligence ship was seized last Jan. 23. When he reached the 121st evacuation hospital in Ascom; City, South Korea, last Sunday j with the other 81 survivors, Higgins weighed 210. There, he chowed down on such American nonsolids as chicken noodle soup, coffee, milk and juices. In five days he gained five pounds. spinach plant and we had a lot of cabbage." But, mostly, it was soup. With a little rice. "If only the Korean cooks had some imagination," Higgins said in San Diego Naval Hospital, where the Pueblo men were taken Tuesday for medical tests j and official questioning. "I'd like to try turnips again. I'd like to try them cooked with spices and really cooked instead of just boiled in soup. These guys just chopped them up and threw them in the water and let them simmer for a while." A little leftover red wine may used as a sauce for pock Ot be heated with currant jelly and broiled chicken. 7 NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE Tuesday, Dec. 31 AMVETS 9:30 Till ? RECEPTIONS! PARTIES! CELEBRATIONS! RENT WHAT YOU NEED... Punch Bowls Cups — Plates Coffee Urns Tobies — Choirs From ANCHOR RENT-ALL COMPANY 17th and Perkins Phone 244-0884 Lb. Can "JUDGA CUPPA FRESHNESS" Lge. Twin Bag SHOWBOAT BUSH'S BEST No. 300 Can No. 300 Can BLACKEYED GREAT NORTHERN PEAS BEANS Mix or Match 10 - 99* Campbell — CHICKEN NOODLE | For SOUP i | For Swift's — VIENNA I» 45* SAUSAGE - -! I» 45* Ocean Spray—No. 300 Can—CRANBERRY SAUCE_ 5 ! * 49* Flapstax PANCAKE MIX _9* Welch — GRAPELADE 20-Oz. 39* Gold Medal FLOUR CREAM OF WHEAT Mix and Eat— 10 Serving Packets IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF.. THE SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT JEFFERSON COUNTY, ILLINOIS ROBERT C. DAVIS. WILLIS ) DAVIS, nnd SEBEL A. DAVIS, ) Plnintifrs ) ' vs. ) • DONALD DAVIS, MAURICE ) DAVIS, JOE DAVIS, NANCY ) SniUTTE. DONALD CROS- ) MO, MAUDE OROSNO, EVE- ) j LYN DAVIS CHASE, MELCH- ) I ER DAVIS Jirrl NANNIE ) DAVIS BROWN, ) i Defendant ) NO. 67-CII-107 PUI5LIC NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Public notice is hereby given lh.il in pursuance of a Decree! entered in the above entitled anise on the 26!h day of July, 1968, as amended by Order entered November 25, 1968, and filed December 23, 196S, I Robert Rud- .lick, Sheriff of Jefferson County, Illinois, will, at the hour of 11:00 3'clock A.M. in the forenoon on Saiurday, the 25th day of January, 1969, at the south door of the County Court House in the City of Mt. Vernon, County of Jefferson and State of Illinois, •iell at public vendue to the highest, and best bidder or bidders, (lie hereinafter described real estate, as follows: There shall first be offered for sale the following premises, to-wit: TRACT I: The Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 22, Township 3 South, Range 2 Eust of the 3rd P.M., Jefferson County, Illinois, except 4 4 4 4 4 ^ SWANSDOWN 4 CAKE MIX ^ Lemon Flake, ^ White and Chocolate < 3'" 89' 25-Lb. Bag 09 29* BOW WOW DOG MEAL 25 Lb. $^39 Bag £ WAGNER'S L0 CAL 54-0z. 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