Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 6, 1969 · Page 6
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THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 1969 Legal Notices NOT A HEAL MOUSE, but "Tabby'' is taking no chances and checks it out just to put his best paw forward. The kitty was part of the Paris Cat Show. HAKES LONGEST IA).\V \ .John T. CJoukl's masterpiece WELLINGTON. New Zealanrl; was turned out of his ovens at fili i APi - The local baker in the! feet 1 inch. email town of Khakune claims a : The record attempt was made world record for the longest loaf" lo raise funds for Die local,, of bread. baby-care society. The loaf was salt. 1 pounds of idulcn, 21 He is the second New Zealand:'auctioned for 20 New Zealand : pounds of lal. It was baked in baker in three months lo make • dollars ($22.'10 U.S.), I hen out j nine-fool sections each taking such a claim. into pieces and sold for a total half an hour. of <>3 New Zealand dollars ($70.5ti U.S.) for the society. For the record, I he loaf contained: 7 pounds of yeast, 70 pounds of flour; 2 pounds of PUBLICATION STATE OF ILLINOIS | COUNTY OF JEFFERSON—SS. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, ILLINOIS' r.V 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, and unknown whereabouts having been filed herein, Public Notice is hereby given lhal 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. (Frances) Steams left surviving her (he following named children (sons and daughters) and sole and only heirs at law her surviving, (o-wif: William Stearns, Benjamin F. Stearns, Leo Stearns, Gladys Gray, Josephine While, Sarah Bear, Charles Stearns. Kathleen Abernathy, and Mary Buzick. as her sole and only heirs at law her surviving. To you, Benjamin F. Stearns, 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 (hat on Ihe 27th clay 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 al 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, 1969, 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 5i ! 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 30lh 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 i 1001% Broadway, P. 0. Box 913 I Mt. Vernon, Illinois 62864 1-13 (Tract I. However, if 1/4 of th« j sum bid for said Tract I shall | be less than 1/6 of the sum bid IN THE CIRCUIT * COURT OF < for said HI « sa,e wil1 be THE SECOND JUDICIAL I made of T ™ ct m Any sale will include all im- I provements and appurtenances on said real estate, and will be CIRCUIT JEFFERSON COUNTY. ILLINOIS ROBERT C. DAVIS, WILLIS ) I DAVIS, and SEBEL A. DAVIS. ) i Plaintiffs ) • vs. ) DONALD DAVIS, MAURICE ) ; DAVIS, JOE DAVIS, NANCY ) SCHUTTE, DONALD CROS- ) NO, MAUDE CROSNO, EVE- ) LYN DAVIS CHASE, MELCH- ) ER DAVIS and NANNIE) DAVIS BROWN, ) Defendant ) NO. 67-CH-107 PUBLIC NOTICE OK SHERIFF'S SALE Public notice is hereby given that in pursuance of a Decree entered in the above entitled cause on the 26th day of July, 1968, as amended by Order entered November 25, 1968, and filed December 23, 1968, I Robert Rud- diek, Sheriff of Jefferson County, Illinois, will, at the hour of 11:00 o'clock A.M. in the forenoon on Saturday, 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, sell at public vendue to the highest, and best bidder or bidders, the hereinafter described real estate, as follows: There shall first be offered for sale the following premises, to-wit: TRACT 1: The Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 22. Township 3 South, Range 2 East of the 3rd P.M., Jefferson County, Illinois, except 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 appioval 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 die pui'chase of said Tract III, then sale will be made of said 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 Horoscope Forecast NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice is given of the death of James R. McLaughlin and that Letters of Administration were issued January 3, 1969 to Gladys McLaughlin, Ashley Road, Mt. Vernon, Illinois, as Administrator, and that: Monday, March 3, 1969 is the claim date for the estate. Dated January 3, 1969. Jerry B. Gott Clerk of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, Illinois ATTORNEYS FOR ESTATE: Howard & Howard Howard Building, P. 0. Box U Mt. Vernon, Illinois 1-20 INDIAN KINDERGARTENS WINDOW"ROCK, Ariz. (AP) — The Bureau of Indian Affairs opened 34 kindergartens on Indian reservations this fall for the first tiriie in history. Seventeen of them are on the Navajo Reservation, die nation's largest. The kindergarten program emphasizes participation by parents. Mothers are urged to ride school buses daily with their children and then take part in the classroom, dining room and playground activities. Each kindergarten has one teacher and a teacher's aide. Most of the aides are Navajos who are training for work as regular teachers. The BIA schools supplement the preschool Head Start program sponsored by the Office of Navajo Economic Opportunity. 19) You can complete a fine Tuesday: Make it a point to avoid trouble, especially in believing that something belonging to another should be yours. Avoid being sarcastic or starting arguments. Then you can get everything in perfect shape. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Finish your own work without worrying about what fellow workers are doing, and all goes much better. Avoid arguments. Why cause ; damages to work or relationships? TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Show you are warm and understanding if you want to get along well with others. Be sure your appearance is at its best. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Are you showing those in your' home the devotion they d e- j serve? Rid yourself of any bar-! ries to' greater success. Do so! in a diplomatic way, if it has I to. do with human' relation- j ships. ! 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SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Any civic or public- work should 1 be taken care of efficiently today as well as career activities you have not been sure about before this. Do nothing to jeopardize your good name. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) This is not the right time to make dramatic or radical change you have been contemplating. A new contact has fine ideas to offer. Listen carefully. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb, day's work and get all your bills paid so that your decks are cleared for more success in the future. Showing affection for loved one brings more support for your ideas. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) If you get associates toteU you where they stand, you soon know how to relieve pressures you have labored under for some time. Don't argue with others or they can seriously oppose you. 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