The Edwardsville Intelligencer from Edwardsville, Illinois on March 20, 1973 · Page 11
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Tuesday, March 20,1973 13 EDWARDSVILLE INTELLIGENCER Legal Publication* INVITATION TO BID The East Side Levee and Sanl lary District of St. Clair an Madison Counties, State of 111! pois, will receive proposals by letter for labor and material to perform the following worj en one (1) Allis Chalmers 2 X 20 YV pump. A. Remove pump from pi B. Disassemble for interna Inspection C. Re-install pump and align D. Prepare for Start up. All proposals must be deposit ed at the office of the Eas Side Levee and Sanitary Dis trict, 2642 McCasland Ave.. Eas St. Louis, Illinois, by 2:00 o'clock, Friday March 23rd 1973. Toe Board of Trustees re terve the right to reject any and all proposals and any par thereof. BLANCHE FIELDS Clerk: the East Side Le vee and Sanitary Dis trie (March 19-20-21-22) 67--3 PUBLICATION IN THK CIRCUIT COURT THIRD .JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS PEOPL1CS SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, An Illi nois Corporation, Plaintiff, vs RONALD DALE TURNER. SUE ANN TURNER, DORCAS UI1R ING, D-B-A K K CONCRETE PRODUCTS. MARYVILLE LUMBER COMPANY, A Cor poration and Unknown Owners Defendants. NO. 73-CH-36. State of Illinois, County 01 Madison, ss. The requisite Affidavit foi Publication having been filed notice is hereby given you, Ron ·Id Dale Turner and Sue Ann Turner, and' Unknown Owners defendants in the above-entitled «uit, that the said suit has been commenced in the Circuit Court «f Madison County, Illinois, by the. said plaintiff against you and. other defendants to fore close a certain mortgage upon the following described premises: Lot 23 Second Addition to Sugar Loaf Estate, a subdivision in the Southwest Quarter of Section 9 North, Range 8 West of the Third Principal Meridian according to the p'.at thereof recorded in Plat Book 39 at Page 93 in Madison County, Illinois. Lot 10 in Sugar Loaf Estates First Addition, located in the East 360 feet of the East half of the Southwest Quarter of Section 9 Township 3 North Range 8 West of the Third Principal Meridian excepting coal, oil and gas and other minerals underlying premises in question and the right to mine and remove same, in Madison County, Illinois. And for other relief. that lummons was duly issued out of the said Court against you as provided by law and that · said suit is still pending. Now, therefore, unless you. the said defendant!). Ronald Dale Turner and Sue Ann turner, and Unknown Owners, file your Answer to the Complaint In the said suit or otherwise make your appearance therein. In the said Circuit Court of Madison County, held in the Courthouse in the City of Ed wardsville, Illinois, on or before the 23rd day of April. 1973. de fault may be entered against you and each of you anytime after that day and a decree en..red in accordance with the prayer of said Complaint. WILLARD V. PORTELL Clerk KING AND NAEGLER Attorneys at Law Attorneys for Plaintiff 1507 Troy Road, P.O. Box 526 Edwardsville, Illinois 62025 Phone: 618-656-4441 (March20-27-April3) 67-27 CLAIM NOTICE STATE OF ILLINOIS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, MADISON COUNTY, PROBATE DIVISION. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ISAAC C. HAMER, DECEASED. No. 73-P-148. Notice is given of the death of the above. Date Letters Were Issued: March 6, 1973. Executor: Cloyd G. Hamer of 707 Northdale Dr., Alton, Illinois-. Attorney: Elmer H. Bernard of Alton, Illinois. Claims against the estate may be filed in the office of the Circuit Court, Probate Division, County Courthouse in Edwardsville, Illinois, within 6 months from date of issuance of letters; and any claim not so filed is barred as to the estate inventoried within that period. Also, copies of claims' must be mailed or delivered to the executor and to the attorney. WILLARD V. PORTELL Clerk of the Circuit Court (March 1320-27)' 67-20'- NOTICE OF LIMITED PARTNERSHIP NOTICE is hereby given pur- luant to the Uniform Limited Partnership Act that a limited partnership has been formed under the name, EDWARDSVILLE PROPERTIES, the Afc reeraent of Limited Partnership Wanted BULLDOZER. OPERATOR (Full Time Only) Mutt be thoroughly expert ·need' with clearing timber and teil conaarvalioo- pr«c tlce*. $5. to $» per hwr-(»l replle* held In strict confi dance) Bill Finch Ph. tit 4*5 «IM after 7. PM- Second Day of New Hoofing System Dollar Market in London 'Very Unsettled 1 London (AP) The dollar had a mixed day In world money markets today,' moving up in some centers and down in others. Dealers here called 1 the state of the markets "very unsettled." But they said this had been expected after the adoption in Paris last Friday of a new floating system of international' exchange rates. This was only the second day that the markets nave operated under the new floating system. Despite the lack of definite trend}, and in some' centers widely swinging rates, there was no sign of the heavy dealing that touched^ off'the world; monetary crisis two months ago. Trading-was light, a sign that many, speculators were still sitting on the sidelines awaiting firmer evidence of how the floats would' work. The gold markets were quiet, another sign of returning stability to money markets. During the recent dollar crisis, the price of' gold was going tip or down by'$3'an ounce or more in a single day. It'stood nearly unchanged late-today In London and Zurich, the two- biggest gold' markets, at about $82 an ounce. The dollar closed in Tokyo at 263 yen, down from 264.90 at Monday's closing. This was well above the rate of 260.50 yen In bank-tp-bant trading on Fri day; Ifr Frankfurt, however, the dollar dropped to 2.818 marks a the-opentog of the market, below both Monday's closing of 2.8275 andTOday's 2.82. Tne-U. S. currency also wag down in early trading in London, Paris and Brussels. Shah of Iran Takes Control Of Oil Interests Tehran, Iran (AP) The Shah of Iran today formally took over from foreign operators the country's multibillion dollar oil industry. Shah Mohammed Reza Pah- lavi announced nationalization of the industry in his Persian New Year message broadcast by radio and 1 television. He declared the takeover gives Iran "full and real control" of all oil operations. The order places under Iran- Ian control the largest oil field, the largest refinery and the largest export terminal and the largest man-made Island in the world. The shah forced nationalization, on a consortium of British, American, French and Dutch firms after it refused to double Iranian oil production to eight million barrels per day. Bargaining over final arrangements has been conducted over the past several years. The Western consortium, which had run the oil industry since 1954, will turn over operations to the National Iranian Oil Co. the shah said. The consortium's 17,827 em- ployes, including 290 foreign experts, are transferred to National Iranian's payroll. The foreign employes will continue to work under and Iranian registered contractor company until Iranians replace all foreigners. Fourth world oil producer after the United States, the Soviet Union and Saudi Arabia, Iran produced over a quarter billion tons of crude in 1972 at the rate of 4Vi million barrels per day. Hospital Notes ST. JOSEPH'S Alton Admissons Suzanne E. Behrens, Bunker Hill Carroll L. Cook, Route 4 Dismissal Bobby G. Keller, Worden COMMUNITY MEMORIAL Staunton Admissions Cecelia Zuchek, Staunton Paul Hoffman, Staunton Olivia Cargnoni, Staunton Clinton Wall, Staunton Dismissal Esther Kerin, Staunton ST. JOSEPH'S Highland Admissions Cylis Ashley, Highland Alvin Auer, Highland Christopher Prusa, Highland Alice Wiebe, Highland Bertha Gusewelle, Route 3 Cordia Kelahan, 518 Hillsboro Emma Klobnak, 405 St. Louis William Lambert, Route 3 Theresa McMellan, Route 1 Valencia Holder, Alhambra Mayme Isenburg, Alhambra Tonya Evans, Troy James Laughlin, Troy Dismissals Ann Baer, Highland Timothy Hundsdorfer, Highland Harry Knabel, Highland Mrs. June Noll and daughter, Highland Mrs. Sandra Smith and son, 815 Hillsboro Mrs. Kathleen Parks and daughter, Troy Births Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Harbry, 222 N. Buchanan, a. 6-pound 9- Hince daughter at 4:14 p.m. Monday, StT Joseph's Hospital, Alton. Tile mother is the former Debra IK. Kessmamr. RETURNS HOMI Mrs. Rosemary Goodwin, 1301 froy Rd., returned, to her home Monday from Si Anthony's Hospital; Alton. LetaJ'PuUioattwi*. King' recorded in'Hook 2892 at 'age 136 in the records of the iecocder oi-Deeds of the. County of Madison, State of Illinois; that auch: Agreement, lists the names of limited partners thereof and the amounts that each partner-has contributed thereto nd that.all the amounts sped- ied in the Agreement or Cer- ificate have been contributed by eecBi of 'the' limited: partners and has in good faith been paid. JjOHN.T. BRUERE 2ZB» First Capitol Drive St Charles, Missouri 63301 March 13-201 United States May Be Seeking Extension of Viet Peace Force Saigon (AP) The United States may ask that the four-party Joint Military Commission be extended in an effort to improve chances for a true cease-fire, U. S. sources disclosed today. The commission, set up by the Jan. 27 cease-fire agreement, is due to be dissolved March 28. The sources said the United States is considering proposing an extension of the body which includes North Vietnam, South Vietnam and the Viet Cong's Provisional revolutionary Government of South Vietnam, at well as the United States. The South Vietnamese delegation to the military peace- Freed POW Wants to Visit 'His' Gravesite By the Associated Press A released prisoner of war who had been listed as dead 1 says he wants to visit the gravesite where he supposedly was buried. "Seven of my friends are buried there," Marine Sgt. Ronald L. Ridgeway of Houston, Tex., said Monday. The graves, near St. Louis, Mo., hold the bodies of Marines killed in an ambush at Khe Sanh Feb. 25, 1968. Ridgeway, then an 18-year-old private, was reported deact when the bodies were recovered that August. A funeral was held, and Ridgeway's mother, Mildred attended, insisting all the while that her son was alive. Ridgeway and another Marine once listed as dead, Maj. Paul J. Montague, 38, of Santa Ana, Calif., were reunited Monday with their families at Camp Pendleton, Calif. Both looked thin and pale after five years in a Viet Cong prison camp. They were among 26 prisoners flown Monday in two planes from Clark Air Base in the Philippines to military installations across the United States. Their homecoming brought to 441 the number of Americans freed by the Communists since the cease-firs. Another 146 are to be released by March 29. Iraqui Troops Seize Kuwait Border Post Kuwait (AP) Iraqi .troops seized one Kuwait border post before dawn today and shelled another with artillery, the Kuwait government announced. Kuwait called for immediate withdrawl of the invaders-. It said they wounded four border guards. The posts are in northeast Kuwait: near the Iraqi port of Um Kasr, located on the Persian Gulf. A statement by Iraq's Interior Ministry, broadcast by Baghdad radio, said two Iraqi soldiers were killeAwhen Kuwaiti troops opened fire during military maneuvers near the border. For 12 years, Kuwait has disputed an Iraqi claim to two border areas containing oil deposits. The new crisis is the most serious between the two since Iraq's late pro-Communist, die' tator. Abdul Karim Kassem, claimed sovereignty, over Kuwait when ifr became: indepeni dent from Britain in 1961. Britain* loaded* troop* in? it* amall former pjrotee:aniinvA8kn, These force* were replaced by troop* front ttto» Arafr League. They remained- until: Hassenu wac overthrcwiriiul963; Tne posfSassenr government reneunced ma. elatmn and' reco»- nizedJKuwait, which then loaned Iraq:$75 million. Tn«" money/hat neveebeen repaid? COMBE R ENCE SLATED PROPOSAL ft-, conference toe dlacnssi tBe. effect oi President Nixon's pro? posedi budget cuts on education in the Bast St. Louis' area will be held Saturday at State Community College Center 'in. East St. Louii. Sponsored by ffie- Comprehensive: Education. Connmuiom of East St: LouU, the- fonmu wilt keeping commission has been filled in on the American considerations. Queries to U. S. delegation spokesmen in Saigon have brought official denials, but other informants in a position to know confirmed that the United States is considering proposing such an extension. The proposal is expected to be put before the North Vietnamese and Viet Cong delegations soon, the informants said. The proposal would come at a time when President Nixon has expressed concern over reports of North Vietnamese infiltration of troops and war materials. "The extension of the four- party commission is under consideration," said- one U. S; source, "but it's really in the elementary stage. There is nothing firm. There has been some talk within our circle, but it may never come to pass." The source said the United States feel it is possible for the four-party commission to accomplish more than it has in its- peacekeeping role if given more time. "It might be able to create a more fruitful environment for the two-party commission," said one source. The peace agreement stipulated that the four-party commission would be dissolved within 60 days after the signing of the agreement on Jan. 27. North Vietnam and the United States would pull out and the two-party commission made up of represenatives of the Saigon government and the Viet Cong would take over. Earlier a Viet Cong spokesman said efforts will be made to release the last 147 American prisoners of war by next Sunday, three days ahead of the March 28 deadline. "The subcommission on captured persons is still discussing the date and place of return of U. S. prisoners," said Capt. Phuong Nam, chief spokesman for the Viet Cong delegation to the Joint Military Commis sion. "However, It has been agreed by the subcommission that efforts will be taken to complete the release-of. both Vietnamese and military prisoners and American prisoners by. March 25." He said the-date and'time of the releases would be announced soon-. The Communists have released 439 American POWs since the Jan. 28 cease-fire. The U. S? delegation has proposed that release of the last group coincide with the end of the repatriation of the Vietnamese military POWs, scheduled for Sunday. The U. S. delegation to the joint commission made public two letters from the delegation chief, Maj. Gen. Gilbert H. Woodward, denying Communist charges that U. S. planes violated North Vietnamese air space and that the United States shipped arms into South Vietnam in violation of the cease- fire agreement. Area Deaths Bonnie Allen Dies Bonnie Allen, 30, of New Douglas, died unexpectedly Monday night while traveling in Indiana. Miss Allen, a passenger in an auto, became ill and was taken to Deaconess Hospital' in Evansville, where she was pronounced dead on arrival. An inquest is pending there. Born Dec. 9; 1942, in East Chicago, Ind., she was the daughter of William Jl and Hernice Dunstedter Allen. She moved to New Douglas with her parents about four years ago. They survive. Other survivors are a brother, Billy Allen of New Douglas; sisters Mrs. Raymond ('Barbara) Hixson of Claremont, Mrs. William (Beverly) Perrin and Mrs. Robert (Bernice) Ueckard, both- of Lawrenceville, Mrs. Jerry (Betsy) Hanes of Greenville; and Mrs. Roy (Brenda) Calhoun of Tulsa, Okla.; the maternal grandmother, Mrs. Amanda Dunstedter of Edwardsville, and grandfather, Carl Dunstedter of Hutchison, Minn. Friends may, call at-. Lesicker Funeral Home in New Douglas after 4 p.m. Wednesday. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in the funeral home. The- Rev. N. A. Schott, pastor of Immanuel Lutheran Church, New Douglas, will officiate. Burial will be in New Douglat- Cemetery. Oestringer Julius P. Oestringer, 98, a retied Pierron farmer, died at 10:20 a.m. Monday in St. Jo- sephls Hospital,, Highland;, where he was admitted three' In Boulanger Funeral Home Highland. Services will b8 at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday in the church in Pierron. The Rev. William Hembrow will officiate. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery, Pierron. There will be a scripture service at 7 p.m. today in the funeral home. McMichael Pallbearers at funeral services for Jesse E. McMichael were Walter Geers, Evan Shaw, Rue Foe, Oscar Bardelmeier, Ray Foster and Willard G. Flagg. Services were Saturday in Lesley Marks Funeral Home. Burial was in Valley View- Cemetery. Kase luncheon at noon. with, a. A- native, and* lifelong, resident, of Pierron, Mr. Oestringer had moved: to: Highland seven- years ago to live with- his. daughter, Mrs; Austin IStcher. He, war bora: March 1% 18)7, the- S9a oL Julio* and 1 aathrin Kroell Oestringer. He was married' toi Anna Frey in- Pierron on Feb. 23? 1909. She died June »jl9S4f Surviving, besides his daugh= ter,. Clara Bircher,. are a son, Bdmund- Oestringer, Route 2, Highland; 10,- grandchildren; 19 greai-grandcMIdnn and four great-great-grandchildren. Fesides his parents and wife, at son,. Btiner; three; brothers and two- sisters preceded' him in death: The- son- died' in1983. Mr. Oestringerrwas aimember of Immaculate- Conception Church* in. Pierrot andt the- Hate Name Society/ of the church*. Friend* may can at SpengeF Callie I. Kase, 81, 5 Logan PI., died at 9:25 a.m. today In St. Joseph's Hospital in Highland, where she had been a" patient five weeks. She was born Aug. 1, 1891, in Marine, the-daughter of Jesse and- Sarah Nobletfr Geers. She was married to Charles' W. Kase' of Edwardsville. He died Sept. 25,1969. She leaves a sister, Mrs. OUie (Mae) Nemnich of Edwardsville. Four brothers and'two sisters preceded her in death. She was a member of the Edwardsville Shut-In Club and of the First Christian Church ofEdwardsville, Friends may call at Lesley Marks' Funeral Home from 4 to-.« pan. and 7 to 9 p.m.. Wed- nesdayi Funeral services will be at 2" p:nr. Thursday in- tne funeral' home; wittr Burial hr Valley View Cemetery. 1 .»...·· · e · · · · · · · * If You Need Your Dough V Then Watch Your ' K j \ I % Nothing doubles your extra cash like the results from a Want Ad. Butchers, bakers, and little home-makers, all know the every day value of selling with a Want Ad. Idle items like: · LAWN MOWERS · CAMERAS: · STEREOS · BICYCLES · LEAF SWEEPERS · PROJECTORS · SPORTING EQUIPMENT · SHOP TOOLS and much'more; yield lots of bread when they're, sold with a rapid-result Want Ad. 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