Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 14, 1969 · Page 6
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 6

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Tuesday, January 14, 1969
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6—A Legal Notice IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT JEFFERSON COUNTY. ILLINOIS IN THE MATTER OF THE ) ESTATE OF EDWARD MEL- > TON JONES. DECEASED. > i NO. 67-P-99 i PUBLIC NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE TO PAY DEBTS i Public Notice is hereby given ; lhat: in pursuance of a Decree) entered in the above entitled j cause on the 10th day of January, • 3969, and filed the 10th day of; January. 1969, I. Samuel R. j Jones, Administrator of the Es»; late of Edward Melton Jones. Deceased, will, at the hour of .11:00 A.M. in the forenoon, on Saturday, the loth clay of Feb-; ruary. 1969, at the South Door of the County Court House in the : isn '' what >' ou set City of Mt. Vernon, County of | ^_-V^- ,r _ fo ^^_^ ket Jefferson and State of Illinois. sell at public vendue to the highest and best, bidder or bidders. the hereinafter described real estate as follows: Lot Twenty (20> in James Webber's Third Addition to (lie City of Mt. Vernon, except all coal, oil, and mineral rights underlying said lot. subject to 1lu> appi-oval of Court said sale shall be made as lows: sale will include all im- j out most in 1J)6S THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1969 'mm H ^^^^^^^^^ mm MT. VERNON WEATHER Monday high 38, low 25. Rainfall to date 1969 .08. One year ago today high 30, low 28.' Five years ago today high HO. low 3 below. Ten years ago today high 61, low 50. Wednesday sunrise 7:20, sunset |4:59. (CST) B A It B S STATE TEMPERATURES ; Rock lord, cloudy 2(j 09 Moline. cloudy 27 18 Quincy. cloudy .15 2-1 Vandalia, cloudy 36 22 Chicago G. Pk., cloudy 27 25 Peoria, cloudy 29 20 Springfield, 'cloudy 33 20 Belli villc, cloudy -11 25 Ti MIDWEST Dubuque, cloudy B.irhngton, cloudy Padueah. cloudy loudy No Gwendolyn, a quarterback Medison, « if you turn South Bend, cloudy M-Missing 24 31 43 21 23 14 19 25 M 10 03' Outlook Is Rosy For South Counties -Ellis Scott Sues To Oust Shapiro's 11 Judges READY FOR NEXT D I P — Icy pilings in Lake Michigan serve as convenient roosts for gulls relaxing in zero weather for their forays for food off the Chicago shore. Uiiivev- CARBON DALE, 111.—A Southern Illinois sity economist sees an increased feeling of optimism about file future of the southern counties of Illinois. Robert .). 1511is, director of the SIU Bureau of f oI- 1 Business Research, said he believed thai what, stood was a Hum ye of attitude rather, provemcnls and appurtenances j tha „ ;mv shjf| jn a( . Lua| developments, on said real es ate. subicc to , • ,. ,, , , general taxes now due and ,. / , . has bwn ™»»' " nan hero.olorc. ; otherwise free and clear of any I )y h,rh Js bas(,fl . on Hl,n « s • vel , 10 h «N* ,n - s;t / fl L!jls , 1,1 viewing, and all encumbrances wliatso- Mh( ' cco,mmc " lclllrc oJ fhe )owt ' 1 ' aunties durnw the past year, j ' Ho pointed to such big pro.iet.ts - •• is the Rend Lake and Kas,<askia . communities out of eignt 01 The terms of said sale shall ever be cash. Bidders are advised to j hove from which my ten River River stale entitled cause authority is derived. Dated at Mt. Vernon, Illinois, | this the 13th clay of January. 1969. i and Samuel R. Jones, Administrator of the Estate of Edward Melton Jones, Deceased. DO WELL & DOWELL Attorneys for Administrator 1117 Harrison .VII. Vernon, IllinoisTelephone: 244-2876 int.. developments, the project, and (he road system in Egypt, i which alreath are under way are expected to have an impact on the area.. His other basts of optimism are proposals like (he Big Muddy Basin plan, the scenic road from j the Ohio to the Mississippi Riv- j ers, Kinkaid Lake near JVIur- 1 physboro, the much-talkert-about conversion of coal to oil, which --8, many feel would revive minin.i Saline I , mvns Southern Illinois. in the area, and contemplated further devclopm e n t in the Shawnee National Forest. Impacts probahly are a years away on m o s t, Ellis said. _<). _()- -o- !'ew CAUCUS NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on Tuesday, the 4th day of Feb. next, at Wood Office Building, Woodlawn, 111., A Caucus of the Republican Party of Shiloh Township in the County of Jefferson and State of Illinois, will be Officials say the proposed !f8J held for the purpose of nominat- ""'^on Bis Muddy development, ing candidates for the following which would feature a rccreaoffices: j lion corridor along 178 miles of Town Clerk j die Big Muddy and Little Mud- Assessor |dy Rivers and Beaucoup Creek. 3 Auditors i lake construction and strip Allien, caucus will be opened at 2 ! mining rehabilitation, could be P.M. o'clock in the Wood Office' a real bonanza for Southern iili- Building of said day. Dated this 13th day of Jan., A.D. 1969. D. P. Dannor Town Cieik CAUCLS NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on Tuesday, the 4th day of Feb. next, at Wood Office Building, Woodlawn, 111.. A Caucus of the Democrat Party of Shiloh Township in the County of Jefferson and Stale of Illinois, will be held for the purpose of nominating candidates for the following offices: Town Clerk Assessor 3 Auditors Minis. Congressman Kenneth J. Gray of the 21st Illinois District has predicted it: ultimately could I mean $1 billion a year in tourist i trade.. Public hearings by army j engineers already have been held I on the proposal. The industrial picture has not changed much during the year. A major announcement was that a boat factory, which eventually will employ several hundred pel - j sons will iocate at West Frank- i fort. ! Regarding the forest potential ; in industry. Ellis said a feasibility study and proposal from a private group that seeks to establish a wood-working company in Southern Illinois has gone to the Duluth field office of the Economic Development Administration for evaluation, -o- -o- -o- He said there has been commercial expansion the past year in some areas of Southern Illinois, which indicates more money is being spent. He also sees a long-range impact from increased activity by HUD (Housing and Urban Development) in the Carbondale. Wtv>t Frankfort, and other areas. —SPRINGFIELD, ILL. (AP) William J. Scott filed suit shortly after he was sworn in as state attorney general Monday, seeking to have 11 judicial appointments by outgoing Gov. Samuel Shapiro thrown out. ....Shapiro, a Democrat, said in appointing the circuit judges Saturday that he would call upon Scott to test the constitutionality of such appointive action. Scott, a Republican, said he received a telegram from Shapiro Saturday night. Minutes later, Scott said, a similar telegram arrived from Richard B, Ogilvie,' who was sworn in as governor Monday. Ogilvie urged the same thing. Scott's suit was filed in the Illinois Supreme Court. In appointing the judges, Shapiro filled vacancies in several circuits around the state. Shapiro, a Democrat, appointed 10 Democrats and 1 Republican. Constitutional experts say the judges must be elected - not appointed. MIXED REACTIONS - It's fun and fright for the descent appears to be «• perilous as that of an astronaut for these kids sliding down a snow-covered ravine in Toronto. Woman Beaten, Locked In Closet Five Days _ rkn „ „ ,, ST. LOUIS tAP) Police said LONDON (AP) - The Royal' . _ T Navy's fleet; of 50 ships will not i tile ovvner - ot a St " LoUls room * nailed it closed last Wednesday. be cut, before Britain withdraws ! h»8 ' house was beaten and 1 house was beaten from Southeast Asia at the end locked in a closet Jor five days of 1971. the Defense Ministry ' without food or water. sa j? fo l!?£„ . . .1 They identified .the owner as The 2,S.000-lon aircraft, earner ; Miss Ann Petroski . 57 . riormes is sailing home from ghe loM Bllthorities an em . Singapore in February, but will bodily harm, robbery, burglary and stealing. Miss Petroski was treated at City Hospital for a broken nose, cuts and bruises and lack of, nourishment. i , Officers found her after a res-! pushed her into the closet and id(?m of the buiMing reported hor missing. Police said $TC0 Expected io have great mi-; t c replaced by another carrier. ! ployee beat her, took her keys, Police sfM Ihey also found e bod blocking the door. The employee, identified as William H. Knott. 50, was arrested and booked suspected of assult with intent to do groat: was taken from her apartment in a nearby building while she was imprisoned. Porpoises and dolphins swim 30 miles an hour without apparent difficulty. pact are Rend Lake in Jefferson and Franklin Counties and projects along the Kaskaskia River In addition to the Hemes, the Far East fleet includes the ''3,000-ton commando carrier Al- issippi to I he Shclbyville area. Already begun is construction of (he Kaskaskia Navigation project, which will provide a: 50-mile barge canal nine feet, in' depth from the mouth north of: Chester to Fayevteville in St. , . , , Clair county. Farther upstream which caucus will be opend at 3in Fayette and Clinton counties from above Chester on the Miss- j bicn, the ll,0G0-ton assault ship Int. epid, support ships, minesweepers, submarines .and more than 12 destroyers and frigates. P.M. o'clock in the Wood Office Building of said day. Dated this 13t.h day of A.D. 1969. D. P. Dunne-.Town Clerk Jan., NOTICE Public Notice is hereby the new Carlyle Lake and a lake near Shclbyville. under construction, will provide impounding bodies for flood control, water for navigation purposes downstream when the Mississippi and Kaskaskia are "tow, and retreat ion and conservation pos- give.n ' sibilities. that on Dec. 31, A.D. 196S, a cer- Preliminary work has slaried tificate was filed in the Office;on the Saline River project m of the County Clerk of Jefferson . the Saline-GaHalin counties area. County. Illinois, concerning the whore parts of the river and its business known as "PULLEY ' tributaries will hp deepened and FUNERAL HOME", located at! widened as a flood control and 1314 Main St.. Mt. Vernon. 111., •; drainage project. Conservancy which certificate sols forth the! districi officials are optimistic following changes in the opera- a |„„„ ,.j ina lizati<.n possibilities. -0- -o- -o- JOE MARTIN INSURANCE AGENCY Service Is The Keynote of Our Business f 1110 Main Office Plume 244-2800 Auto Home Fire Business Wyearwritten warranty WRITE for MEt BROCHURE FREE ESTIMATES HYDROCLAY? " A HA JI0KWIDI • ife BiSlMW WAJEftPMOflKC CO. Bj Residential • Commercial • Industrials •ffm film WET BASEMENTS * WATERPROOFED PERMHEHTLY * \o Digging - >o Damage | to shrubs • driveways patios • sidewalks Call Collect within 150 Miles—932-3311108 North Jefferson, West Frankfort, III SO" ONHIVERSARY cAngel Double knit acetate Jersey mm m SHIFT Angelic simplicity...young and romantic IooMng. Ka- buefci sleeves, elasticized scoop neck and bust. Solids, prints, polka dots in assorted colors. 3 to 13. •£r SATISFACTION GUARANTEED-REPLACEMENT OR MONEY REFUNDED Park Plaza Shopping Center Mt. Vernon, III. — 9:30 Til 9:00 Kllis predicts a long-run- im- tion thereof: Charles E. Hughey of 1314 Main St., Mt. Vernon. 111., will own and conduct 1he above named business. ; pact, on the area resulting from Dated this 31st day of Decern-' development of the Illinois ber, A.D. 1968. i junior college syslem, whieh is Dewey E. Barton (SEAL. i County Clerk. making or will make 1-21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE SECOND JUDICAL CIRCUIT OF ILLINOIS JEFFERSON COUNTY, ILLINOIS 1 LEON F. KEHRER, I Plaintiff. > ! vs. ) CORLISS G. KEHRER, i Defendant. ) IN CHANCERY NO. 69-CH-8 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION NOTICE IS GIVEN TO YOU, Corliss G. Kehrer, defendant, that this case has been commenced in this Court against you, asking lor divorce and for other relief. UNLESS YOU file your answer or otherwise file your appearance in this case in the office of the Clerk of this Court at the Jefferson County Court House, Mt. Vernon, Illinois, on or before February 17, 1969, A DECREE BY DEFAULT MAY BE TAKEN AGAINST YOU FOR THE RELIEF ASKED IN THE COMPLAINT. Jerry B. Gott Clerk of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, Illinois Demetri Hassakis Attorney for Plaintiff 306 King City Federal Building 11.7 North 10th Street Mt. Vernon, Illinois Telephone: 244-0573 AC 618 1-28 WORLD ALMANAC FACTS Electronics and mechanics had become such in- tregal parts of daily life by 1922 that they had an impact on the arts. In that year, The World Almanac notes, George Antheil composed "Ballet Mecanique," America's first symphonic music scored for whirling' airplane propellers, electric bells and player pianos. Hissed at its first hearirig in Paris, the piece was accepted, if not acclaimed, in New York by 1954. Copyright © 1 !HJ8, KewHpupei' IjiiterpriNt'. An:*n, Want To Add Some Color To Your Life? FINANCE WITH US! Today you probably said "SOME DAY I'm gding *o buy a color set ... Well, why wait? ... 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