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1 10 DAILY CHRONICLE, DeKolbSycomore, III. Thursday, January Mike McPhee of the Montreal Cnnadiens, li ft, watches his shot stopped by Chicago Ulnckhawks' gonlie Murray Rannerman during first period action at NIU wrestlers BATON ROUGE, La. - Northern Illinois University wrestling coach Don Flavin insists his Huskies can hold their heads high after Wednesday's (Jan. 2) 23-13 loss to Ixwisiana State University in the LSU Bayou Duals. There's a good reason for Flavin's pride, the NIU wrestlers left the Tigers' heads spinning after nearly upsetting the invitational hosts who had just moved into the No. 4 position on the Amateur Wrestling News national poll. The fourth-place rating the highest ever in LSU history comes after LSU lost respectable battles to then No. 5 ranked Iowa State University (21 15) and No. 1-rated University of Iowa (37-15), plus a surprise team championship at the Las Vegas Invitational where the Tigers beat out Oklahoma State University (the No 2 squad). "Yes this one goes in the "L" column, but it's one we can keep our Mini release investigation report CHAMPAIGN, 111. (UPI) - Elton Veals, a highly recruited running back once compared to O.J Simpson, enrolled with his friend, Del ton Edwards, at Illinois in January 1982 and quickly left -triggering a 2Viyear NCAA investigation. The investigation led to two years of probation for the Illini football team. 43EIT NBA By United Press International Eastern Conference Atlantic Division W L Boston 27 6 Phlla 26 6 Wash 19 13 NJ 15 18 NY 12 22 Central Division Milw 22 II Detroit "- 17 15 Chi 16 16 Atla 14 19 Indiana 9 22 Cleve 6 23 Western Conference Midwest Division Pet. .818 .813 594 .455 .353 .667 .531 .500 .424 .290 .194 W Pet. .613 594 .500 .455 .438 .345 .688 .545 .438 .424 .424 .333 Hous Denver Dallas Utah San Ant Kan City Pacific LA Laker Phoenix Portland Seattle " LA Clip Gold St 19 19 15 15 14 10 Division 22 10 18 14 14 15 18 19 14 10 19 20 Wednesday's Results Boston 110, New Jersey 95 Atlanta 121, Chicago 106 Detroit 108, Cleveland 100 Phoenix 115, Kansas City 107 Houston 113, Denver 111 Philadelphia 118, Seattle 10? Thursday's Games (All Times EST) Washington at Cleveland, 8:00 p.m. L.A. Clippers at Milwaukee, 7:30 p.m. Dallas at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m. Indiana at Golden State, 10:30 p.m. Seattle at Portland, 10:30 p.m. Friday's Games New York at Boston, night Phoenix at New Jersey, night Atlanta at etrolt, night Milwaukee at Chicago, night L.A. Clippers at Kansas City, night Denver at Utah, night Portland at L.A. Lakers, night . NHL By United Press International Wales Conference - Patrick ONtston W L T Pts. Wash Phlla NY islander Ptsbgh NY Ranger NJ Ada mi Mtl Buffalo Quebec Boston Hartford 22 22 21 15 13 12 51 49 43 34 31 28 49 41 40 37 30 Division 21 10 16 17 16 13 tat,. St"" f '"tJT iw Iv heads up after. We did everything we could and really wrestled well. We took it to them and wrestled an aggressive match," Flavin insisted. "We beat them on takedowns, 12-10. We outscored them in terms of third period points, 20-17. They're tough, but we wrestled very well." Tony Cerrato gave Louisiana State a 5-0 lead with a 16-4 win in the 118 pound match against NIU's John Penchoff, but the Huskies' Nate Allison countered that with a 13-10 decision at 120 over Robbie Johnson in a major surprise. Johnson is ranked fourth in the nation at 126 according to AWN and Flavin praised the desire of the Huskie sophomore as being the difference. Joe Hadge beat Paul Kubski by an 8-4 margin for an 8-3 LSU lead, but then came a Huskie rally. Bruce Swierczewski tallied a 5-0 shutout at 142 over Tom Haught to make it 8-6 and then Mike Green gave Northern Illinois a 9-8 match lead with his 8-4 triumph at 150 over Clary Langer. On Wednesday, the University of Illinois released documents that shed new light on the short but infamous visit to Champaign-Urbana by the two transfer students from Merritt Junior College in Oakland, Calif Veals, a 6-foot 2, 220-pound running back now with the Pittsburgh Steclers, had initially given verbal commitments to Cylifornia- Cmrt'--ll Niti is Conference Division VV I- T Pts. Chi 18 1 St.Loui 15 15 Detroit 13 20 Minn 12 19 Toronto 6 27 Smythe Division Edmonton 25 8 Calgary 20 15 Winnipeg 19 15 Los Ang 15 14 Vancouver 8 26 Wednesday's Results Quebec 7, Hartford 3 N.Y. Islanders 7, Detroit 2 N Y. Rangers 6, Vancouver 0 Pittsburgh 2, Toronto 1 Chicago 3, Montreal 2 Philadelphia 5, Fdmonton 2 Thursday's Games (All Times ESI! Detroit at Hartford, 7:35 p.m. Montreal Bl SI. Louis 8:35 p.m. Vancouver at New Jerspy 7:35 p.m. Philadelphia at Calgary, 9:35 p.m. Minnesota al Los Angeles, 10:35 p.m. Friday's Games Pittsburgh at Buffalo, night Quebec at Washington, night Winnipeg at Fdmonton, night Football poll Copyright 1984 by UPI NEV YORK (UPI) - The United Press International Board of Coaches final Top 20 college football ratings, wlih first-place votes and i ecoi ds in parentheses (total points based on 15 points for first place, 14 for second, etc): I Brighm Yng(28)(13-0) 579 2. Washington (li)(ll 1) 561 3 Nebraska (10?) 508 4. Boston College (10-2) 429 5. Oklahoma State (10 ?) 376 6"'Oklahoma (f-'M) 345 7. Florida (1) (9 l-l) 328 8 Southern MthdstdO ' 310 9. Southern Cal !9 3) 245 10 UCLA (9-3) 229 II Maryland (9 3) 175 12 Ohio State (9-3) 166 13 South Caiollna '107! 143 14 Auburn '9-4' 118 15 Iowa (7 4-1) 73 16. Louisiana Stnte(8 -3-M 40 17 Virginia (8 2 2) 45 18 West Virginia (8-4) 34 19. Kentucky (9-3) 28 19 Florida St. (7-3 2) 28 Note: By agreement with the American Football Coaches Association, teams on NCAA or conference probation ere Ineligible for the Top 20 and national championship consideration by the UPI Board of Coaches. The tfms currently on probation are Arliona, ciemson, Illinois and Kansas. H.S. basketball Wednesday s Rtsults Robeson ft YP"ng 4 3, 1985 Chiciigo Stadium Wednesday. Denis Savard of the rSlackhnwks follows McPhee. Chicago won 3-2. (UPI pholol fall to LSU Chicago Vocational 95, Llnd-blom 56 Crane 90, Hirsch 65 Marshall 90, Harper 52 Von Steuben 77, Morgan Park 76 Senn 82, Amundsen 69 Calumet 66, Austin 65 (ot) Ciegier 69, Harlan 61 College basketball By United Press International East Canlsius 56, New Hampshire 47 Drexel 89, Delaware 75 Fairfield 86, Dartmouth 70 Georgetown 73, Seton Hall 56 Lafayette 47, Colgate 40 Lehigh 76, Rider 59 Pittsburgh 84, Westminster 50 Qulnnipiac 82, St. Michael's 67 Siena 84, Army 67 St. John's 57, Connecticut 51 Toson 86, Hofstra 78 Villanova 82, Syracuse 70 Wagner 95 Staten Island 59 South Bluefield 95 Pikevllle 89 Ciemson 84, Appalachian St. 77 7 Davidson 68, Furman 67 E Illinois 97, Central Florida 79 Fckerd College 72, Guilford 57 Florida 84, Tennessee 70 Florida A&M 97, Alabama St. 0 90 George Mason 104, American 78 Glenvllle 78 Point Park 75 Jacksonville 74, Francis Marion 61 Kentucky 68, Auburn 61 Kentucky St. 66, Transylvania 6-1 Louisiana St. 79, Georgia 74 Marshall 90, Delaware St. 62 Maryland 58, N C. State 56 Nova University 83, Dyke 81 Old Dominion 86, South Alabama 84 SW Louisiana 63, Fresno St. 56 Saiem 73, Alien 72 Vanderbilt63, Mississippi 61 Virginia 67, Virginia Tech 59 We Forest 64, William & vary 47 Midwest Akron 73, Hiram 66 Baldwin Wallace 67, Muskln- .gum...6.4 , Bradley 76, Crelghton 72 Bradley 76, Crelghton 72 Capitol 75, Heidelberg 59 Cent Michigan 78, Ball St. 75 Cincinnati 63, Florida St. 62 Dayton 80, Loyola 70 Eastern Mich. 81, Northern III. 56 Indiana 87, Michigan 62 Kent St. 80. Bowling Green 66 Kent State 80. Bowling Green Marquette 66, UW-Green Bay LOUISIANA STATE 23, NORTHERN ILLINOIS 13 IIS pounds - Tony Cerrato (LSU) defeated John Penchoff (NIU), 16-4. S-0. 126 Nate Allison (NIU) defeated Robbie Johnson (LSU), 13-10.5-3. 134 - Joe Hade (LSU) defeated Paul Kubski (NIU),M,S-3. 142 - Bruce Swlerciewskl (NIU) defeated Tom Haught (LSU), 5-0, 1-6. ISO - Mike Green (NIU) defeated Gary Langer (LSU), 8-4, 8-9. 158 - Tony Trace (LSU) defeated Gene Vatch(NIU), 3-1,11-9. 167 - Kevin Jackson (LSU) defeated Ernie Vatch (NIU), 5-4, 14-9. 177- John Maor (NIU) defeated Monte Wilcox (LSU), 13-5,14-13. 190 - Kent Elliott (LSU) defeated Tom McEntee (NIU), 9-5, 17-13. HWT. - Jamie Webber (LSU) pinned Noah Tyree (NIU), 2:46, 23-13. DUAL MEET RECORDS: Louisiana Slate, 2-2. Northern Illinois, 3-2. WEDNESDAY'S SECOND ROUND: Louisiana State 40, Central State (Oklahoma) 4. THURSDAY'S HUSKIE MATCHES: Northern Illinois vs. Central State (OK), 2 p.m.; Northern Illinois vs. Morgan State, 7 p.m. FRIDAY'S HUSKIE MATCHES: Northern Illinois vs. Hofstra, 7 p.m. Berkeley and Southern Cal. But then decided he wanted to play for Illinois because of the "established program of Coach Mike White," he said in 1982. But Veals and Edwards left Illinois several days after arriving. The NCAA violations found that assistant coach Max McCartney paid for their airplane fare from California.- 48 N.E. Missouri St. 63, Phillips 62 West Michigan 72, Toledo 64 West III. 75, So.lll.-Edwards- vllle 70 Wright Staae82, Franklin 75 Southwest Arkansas 70, Texas A8M 67 Arkansas 70, Texas A&M 67 Rust 76, Ozarks (Ark) 73 (2 OTs) SMU 66, Rice 57 So. Arkansas 48, La. College 32 Sw Louisiana 63, Fresno St 56 Texas Tech 67, Texas 60 Texas San Antonio 101, Baylor 91 West Cal Baptist 69 Dordt (Iowa) 59 Cal State Northridge 74 Drury 53 Chapman 69 Concordia 49 Colorado 87, Hartford 67 Gonzaga 56, Idaho 54 Nev-Las Vegas 142, Utah St. 140 - 3 Ot Westmont 72 Ft. Lewis 50 Bowling WEDNESDAY NIGHT LADIES Welcome Lanes High team game and series Royal Travel 8. Tours 901-2558. Doris Rilppl 550-186-184-180; Barbara Lynch 528-209; Shirley Burdlck 523-192; Margaret Chapman 522-211; Bonnie Croom 528-180-180; Michelle Fleetwood 529-206-192; Gloria Melsch S13; Artie Seldal 512-183; Annette Larrlson 504-189; Sharon Scott 175; Linda Ferguson 186; Sue Peterman 182; Jo Elliott 190; Rosemary Johnson 177; Cheryl Johnson 183; Char Anthenat 179. DEKALB ELKS Welcome Lanes High team game and series Bobcats 833-2395. George Yochem 551-185; Bob Collin 519-179; Russ Ende 515-177; Tim Alkeley 513-192; Carl McKlnley208. GENOA INDUSTRIAL Four Seasons High team game and series Play Prizeword this Sunday in o- Chronicle I Prim will b fee if prtviotu Hawks win 3-2 CHICAGO (UPI) - The Chicago Black Hawks were looking for the right tonic at the start of the new year to cure a holiday hangover that saw them mired in a losing streak at home. Wednesday night they found the right mix of timely offense, strong goaltending and good defense to turn back the Montreal Canadiens 3-2. The win was only Chicago's second in their last six games at the Chicago Stadium and the loss ended a six-game unbeaten streak for Montreal. "I thought the way we played tonigoT was just the right tonic to get us going again," said Chicago Coach Orval Tessier. "Maybe now we can get a streak going at home." The Hawks, going above the .500 mark overall on the year, got goals from Tom Lvsiak and Curt Fraser in a 40-second span at the start of the second period. But it was the work of goalie Murray Bannerman, who was greeted by boos when he was introduced at the start of the game, that made the difference. "We played a good position defense and didn't let them get much in the middle," said Bannerman, who turned away 28 shots. "Booing doesn't bother me. Not to downgrade the fans but a large majority of them don't understand the game too well." Bannerman was tested in the first period when Montreal had three power play opportunities, including a brief shot with the Hawks two men short. He turned away several Montreal scoring chances. "That helped get us going too," Bannerman added. "Certainly when you don't fall behind it's going to make a big difference." "When we didn't convert on the power play it changed the game," said Montreal Coach Jacques Lemaire. "It's tough when you don't score on those opportunities. But give Bannerman credit, he did a good job just like our goalie did. " Chicago had its chances on the power play as well in the first period but settled for a 1-0 lead on Jack Q'Callahan's goal at 8:26. But the Hawks scored on goalie Steve Penny with a two goal outburst at the start of the second period. Lysiak scored on a rebound off Troy Murray's shot with just 44 seconds gone in the period. Fraser added his 17th goal of the year on a slap shot at 1 :24. Bulls lose ATLANTA (UPI) - It's become commonplace for rookie sensation Michael Jordan to score 25 points. But unfortunately for the Chicago Bulls, it's not always enough. That was the case Wednesday night when Atlanta's Dominique Wilklns scored his rather commonplace 35 points to lead the Hawks to a 121-107 victory over Chicago. Atlanta took an 8-6 lead early in the first quarter and never trailed again. The Hawks held a 63-52 halftime margin and took their biggest lead of 22 points in the third quarter. "They played very good basketball. They shot a very high percentage from the field (55 percent), and we did not come back from their outstanding first quarter," said Chicago Coach Kevin Loughery. Atlanta, 14-19, got 18 points from guard Eddie Johnson while Glenn Rivers finished with 13 points and a career-high 15 assists. Sly Williams added 11 points, and Kevin Willis chipped in 10 points and nine rebounds. Sh'nanlgans 1119-2921. Peter Nicholls 200; Lorenzo Fox 214; Jeff Brown 611-213-217; Brad Nelson 206; Jim Peaslee 207; Bill Rollins 213; Larry Demlng 209; Tim Moser 202; Joe Bloyd 219; Don P. Johnson 211; Rex Nelson 572-231; Bob Becker 229; Harold Lehman 206. Transactions By United Pratt International College Niagara Named Mike Jankowskl at media Information officer. Oregon State Announced Dee Andros will step down Feb. 1 as athletic director to become special assistant for athletic development. Named Ed Sowash at offensive line coach; announced that defensive coordinator Tim Hunley, defensive line coach Craig Boiler and linebacker coach Randy Wegner are being retained. San Jose State Named Lynn Ellefson at athletic director. University of Louisville Named Jack Burnt at an atslstant football coach. University of Pacific -Extended contract of head football coach Bob Cope through 1988 season. Football Chicago (NFL) Reached agreement with head coach Mike Ditka on a three-year contract. Hockey New York Rangert Recalled goal tender Mario Proulx from New Haven (AHL) at an emergency replacement for goalie Glen Hanlon. Soccer Kansas City (MISL) -Signed goalkeeper Arnie Mauss-er to a 10-day contract. Chicago (MISL) - Signed goalkeeper Lou Cloffl for the remainder of the Indoor season. BC30MMA To pJoco a Daily Chronicle) clostrfiod ad after 3:00 p.m. call 736-SOID. puMtU U tolved cornel fy. Legal Notices IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 16th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DEKALB COUNTY, ILLINOIS FOX VALLEY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, a Division of LYONS SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, an Illinois Corporation, Plaintiff, VS. PATRICIA A. BAKER; UNKNOWN OWNERS and NON-RECORD CLAIMANTS, Defendants. NO. 84-CH-59 NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that In pursuant of a decree heretofore entered by the said Court In the above entitled cause on December 12, 1984, Judge Larson will on Thursday, the 17th day of January, 1985, at the hour of 1:30 P.M., at the DeKalb County Courthouse, First Floor, 133 W. State Street, In the city of Sycamore, DeKalb County, Illinois sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder for cash all and singular, the following described premises and real estate in said decree mentioned, tltuated in the County of DeKalb and State of Illinois, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to tatitfy taid decree, to wit: The East 75 feet of Lots S and 6 In Block 17 in the Original Village of Somonauk, and the West half of the vacated alley ad-i joining said land, tltuated In DeKalb County, Illinois. Commonly known as 139 W. Pine, Somonauk, Illinois 60552. Together with all buildings and improvements thereon, and the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging. Dated: 12-24-84. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal of taid Circuit Court of DeKalb County, Illinois, MAUREEN JOSH Thursday, Dec. 27, 1984; Jan. 3, 81 10, 1985; Legal No. 887. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 16th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DEKALB COUNTY, ILLINOIS FOX VALLEY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, a Division of LYONS SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, an Illinois Corporation, Plaintiff, VS. RICHARD E. MC CASLIN; DEBORAH L. MC CASLIN; TERRENCE M. DUFFY, AS TRUSTEE UNDER TRUST DEED DOCUMENT 80-06484; WILLARD LEE, AS TRUSTEE UNDER TRUST DEEDS 82-02128 AND 83-05178; UNKNOWN OWNERS and NON-RECORD CLAIMANTS, Defendants. TERRENCE M. DUFFY, AS TRUSTEE UNDER TRUST DEED DOCUMENT 80-06484; WILLARD LEE, AS TRUSTEE UNDER TRUST DEEDS 82-02128 and 83-05178, Counter-Plaintiffs, VS. FOX VALLEY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, a Division of LYONS SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, an Illinois Corporation; RICHARD E. MC CASLIN; DEBORAH L. MC CASLIN; UNKNOWN OWNERS and NON-RECORD CLAIMANTS, Counter-Defendants. No. 84-CH-57 NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that In pursuant of a decree heretofore entered by the said Court In the above entitled cause on December 12, 1984, Judge Larson will on Thursday, the 17th day of January, 1985, at the hour of 1:30 P.M., at the DeKalb County Courthouse, First Floor, 133 W. State Street, In the City of Sycamore, DeKalb County, Illinois sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder for cath all and lingular, the following described premises and real estate In taid decree mentioned, tltuated In the County of DeKalb and State of Illinois, or to much thereof at thall be sufficient to tatitfy taid decree, to wit: The North half of Lot 4 In Block In Stlnton't Extension to hit Addition to ' Sandwich, DeKalb County, Illinois. Commonly known at 927 Washington, Sandwich, Illinois 60548 Together with all buildings and Improvements thereon, and the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenancet thereunto belonging. Dated: 12-24-84 In witness whoroof I have hereunto set my hand and teal of said Circuit Court et DeKalb County, Illinois MAUREEN A. JOSH Thurtday, Dec. 27, 1984; Jan. 3, 8.10, 1985. Legal No. 888. CALL 'H SELL jWc4V mm'mT 756-4041 Legal Notices ASSUMED NAME - PUBLICATION NOTICE Public Notice It hereby flven that on December 21, 984, a certificate wat filed In the Office of the County Clerk of DEKALB County, Illinois, setting forth the names and pott-office addresses of all of the pertont owning, conducting and transacting the business known as DEUCES' DELIGHTFUL DIVERSIONS, located at 1212 W. Lincoln Hwy., DeKalb, III. 60115 which certificates tett forth the owners as follows: P8.S MANAGEMENT CO., INC. Dated December 21, 1984. TERRY DESMOND County Cierk Thursday, Jan. 3, 10 and 17, 1985; Legal No. 102. ASSUMED NAME PUBLICATION NOTICE Public Notice It hereby flven that on December 19, 984, a certificate wat filed In the Office of the County Clerk of DEKALB County, Illinois, setting forth the names and post-office addresses of all of the persons owning, conducting and transacting the business known at J.&M. MARINE located at 1210 E. Lincoln Hwy., DeKalb, III., 60115 which certificates set forth the ownert at follows: Charles A. Johnson, Billy Joe Menees. Dated December 19, 1984. TERRY DESMOND County Clerk Thursday, Jan. 3, 10 and 17, 1985; Legal No. 101. 108-Business Opportunities CLASS A SHARES of DeKalb Ag Research for sale. 100-1000 lots. Reply to Drewer A-3 co DallyChronlcle.110 GOOD GOING PROFITABLE BUSINESS FOR SALE ON CONTRACT IDEAL for husband & wife operation. High volume pizza parlor & restaurant. Potential $75,000 profit per year if operated properly. Terms very negotiable. Send respond to: DRAWER A-2 co DAILY CHRONICLE CLASSIFIED INDEX 101 Announcements 101 Auctions 108 ButlneteOppertunltles 121 Cards el Thanks 127 Cemeteries and Lett I ill Equipment for Rent I 140 Financial 144 Funeral Director! 151 InMemorlamt 151 Instruction 156 Insurance 161 Lett and Found 167 Monuments 171 Moving and Storage 171 Personals 179 Services and Repalrt 217 DomesticChild Care 221 Help Wanted 247 Sales Agents 250 Situations Wanted Nl Antiques N7 Appliances 120 Farm Equipment 124 FoodSeed 12$ Horses Boarded 126 Livestock 127 Machinery 128 Farms for Rent 129 Farmt Wanted IN Miscellaneous Market 340 Oarage Sales 347 Household Goods 150 LawnGarden Equipment 357 Miscellaneous Merchandise 361 Mutlcal Merchandise 368 PetsSupplies 174 Poultry 178 StoreOffice Equipment 387 Wanted to Buy 190 Food 395 Fuel Bottle Gat 401 Business Property 406 Condominiums 409 Farmt Farm Land 415 Houses for Sale 417 Income Investment Property 420 Loft Acreage 426 Mobile Hornet 427 Lake Property 436 Real Estate Wan,.. 507 Boats 512 Snowmobiles $16 Sports Equipment 601 Apartments for Rent 606 Business Property for Rent 610 Houses for Rent 61' Rooms for Rent 621 Wanted to Rent (22 Mobile Homes Rent 621 Oarages for Rent 701 Autos for Sale 707 Auto RepelriPertt 714 AutosTrucks Wanted 711 Recreational Vehlclet 7M Motorcycle 742 TrucksTrellert 749 Vehlclet Rent-Lease CALL 'N SELL PN0I2E 756-4841 NffOMMA To ptoce a Dally Chrankla classified ad after 3:00 p.m. call 736-SOU). Sflf Farmer's market 324-FeedSeed HAY FOR SALE Pick-up or Delivered 758-6494 17 395-FuelBotGas BULK BOTTLE GAS INSTALLATION SERVICE GAS, INC. PHONE 756-6349 103-Auctkms PUBLIC AUCTION - Personal property will be told on the term located at the corner of Aldrich and Five Polntt Road 3Vi milet touth of Kingston, Illinois on S Polntt Road; or 2 milet wett of Sycamore, Illinois on Route 64 to 5 Points Road, then 3 milet North. SUNDAY, JANUARY 6, 1985, 11 A.M. Machinery and Misc. Articles, Furniture and Antiques. OWNER: CARL HJELMBERG & NEIGHBORS. AUCTIONEERS: Rex Nelson, Kingston 784-5366; Harold Olson, Sycamore 895-6915; Clarence Floit, Sycamore 895-6288. TERMS: Cash or checks with proper Identification. No property removed until settled tor. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. Lunch on grounds. 14 108-Business Opportunities STEEL BUILDING Small to Big DEALERSHIP ila D Starter Leads Furnished. Some areas taken. Call to Qualify. 303-759-3200. EXT 2401. SMThlS 131-Equrpmerrt for Rent RENT A STORAGE TRAILER as low as $12week, contract rate. Coffman Brothers 312-897-4291. 124 163-Lost and Found LOST YELLOW ADULT MALE CAT - Hillcrest area. Answers to "Max" 756-1933. 18 d 173-Personals "HEALTHY, RESPONSIBLE, loving couple desires to adopt '. Caucasian Infant. Willing to pay reasonable hospital and medical expenses. Contact' 312623-6111." 0122 ALCOHOLISM A PROBLEM - Call A. A. 756-8386, 895-6291, . 758-6458 or 895-9911. Write for information, P.O. Box 414, DeKalb. x 179-Semces and Repairs SNOW REMOVAL SERVICE ' for walks and driveways. Call . Lawns Unlimited 756-8607. 17 CHIMNEY CLEANING -Fast, clean and experienced. Chimney sweeps want to make your home sate and efficient. Call 758-4910 or 824-2611 after 5:00.18 NORMS CONSTRUCTION: Additions, renovations, roofing, general carpentry, no ob . J00?,8"' 'ree estimates. 756-- 1 108. lot WELL DRILLING and Aeromotor Pumping Equipment H.I. STONE SONS, INC. DeKalb 756-5213 Genoa 784-2425 Sycamore 895-9639 WARDROBE SHAPE-UP TIME Custom sewing or alterations. Chere't Needlery ! 895-4955. 16 ROOFING - Hot tar or cold. ' Shingles. No ob too small. -Free estimates. Guaranteed work. 758-0338. 116 PINION'S ODD JOB SER-VICE General contractor -roofing, painting, window repair, remodeling, etc. Insured. Maple Park 8)5-827-3165.114 CABIN-FEVER? Remodeling It the cure Resldentlal-Farm- Commerclal Bartoll and Carlson General Carpentry- Electrical Palntlng-Rooflng- Plumblng No lob too small I mm )4MJ Rochelle 562-5413 12 WANTED-ROOFING JOBS-new, reroof, tear offt, ' patchwork. 756-1379. II HAVE BRUSH - will paint. " i Interior painting. $20 room. Neat, fast, references, 14 years ' .. MnC22e5Ca" Mike t p.;

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