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Wisconsin State Journal from Madison, Wisconsin • 2

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Page 2, Section 4 State Wisconsin State Journal, Monday, December 17, 1984 closure mode in the obove-ent it ed action 18, 1984 I will sell at public auction In Roc i ok of the City-County Building, In the City of Madim County of Done, State of Wlscons Tue day January 22. 1984, at the hour of date all the following described mortgaged prem ni: Rinrk Three (3), 1st Addition to can be heard, there will be heard and considered the application of Valerie Arrington for permission to change the legal name and designation of her minor child to Marcus Brian Donald, and for consideration and determination of any and all further matters as may pertain thereto. Dated this 30th day of November, 1984. sWilliam D. Byrne, Judge sMilton P.

Donald Petitioner PUB. WSJ December 10, 17 and 24. 1984 STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT DANE COUNTY NOTICE OF SHERIFF SALE Case No. B4CV275S REPUBLIC SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF WISCONSIN, Plaintiff, vs. FRED LOU IS MYERS and KARI CHRISTINE MYERS, husband and wife; WISCONSIN HIGHER EDUCATION CORORATION; SEARS, ROEBUCK AND COMPANY, Defendants.

By virtue of and pursuant to a Judgment of Fore- LEGAL NOTICES STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT DANE COUNTY IN PROBATE INFORMAL ADMINISTRATION: ORDER GIVING NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSONS AND LIMITING TIME FOR FILING CLAIMS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF CLARENCE J. HAUSERi Deceased, An Application for Informal Administration of the Estate of Clarence J. Hauser, Dane County, Wisconsin, post office address 822 Jacobson Ave, Madison Wi, having been filed with the Probate Registrar; IT ISORDER6DTHAT; 1. The application be heard at the Dane County Courthouse, Room 518, Madison, Wisconsin at 9:00 a.m., on December 26, 1984 or thereafter; 2. All creditors claims must be filed on or before March 6, 1985 or be barred; DATED: December 5, 1984 BY THE COURT: sFraneesS Ryan PROBATE REGISTRAR David A.

Flesch Personal Representative PO Box 169, Madison WI 53701 PUB. WSJ: December 10, 17 and 24, 1984 Rlmrock Heiohts, in the City of Modison, Done County, Wisconsin. November 27, DATED at Modison, Wisconsin, Terms of Sale: 10 down at sale and balance within 10 days thereafter. pl, sJercme D. LacKe Sheriff of Dane County, Wisconsin FRISCH, DUDEK AND SLATTERY, LTD.

Attorneys for the Plaintiff 825 North Jefferson Street Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202 TheSytTroperty is located at 2721 Dunwoody Drive, Madison, Wisconsin 53713. rt PUB. WSJ December 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, 1984 and January 7, 1985 I 1 )i PROGRAMMABILITY a asw I Ak 1 I 38 programming steps regression analysis STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT DANE COUNTY NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Case No. 84CV2911 FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MADISON, a corporation organized and existing under and by virtue of the lawsof the United States of America, Plaintiff, vs. WVMK dx Ota i.C I I -lUrsap.

7 memories integrals mm E2f3i saE'il3 Bu mam Si.s f-irai mm SSKEi CASIO fx-3600P Blaze damages apartment CJj-M mom P2 1X IO HI C0B ED (HI ED Xa Siri-' COS-1 tan-' El ED fl EE) X-Y Min M- U-6-)l xin Kout fMRj tjfij-jalta t) 95 '29 the scene about 3: 15 p.m. and had the fire under control within 10 minutes. They spent about 1'4 hours at the scene. The fire destroyed the bedroom, Eveland said, and caused heavy smoke and heat damage to the rest of the apartment. The apartment is occupied by Mary Sarko and her two children.

There were no injuries. Madison firefighters inspect damage caused by a fire Sunday afternoon in the bedroom of an Eagle Heights apartment. West Side Station Chief Dean Eveland said the fire was started by an unattended candle and caused an estimated $5,500 damage to the apartment, at 307B Eagle Heights Drive. Firefighters were called to I5JXJO 1BJXSM IHHTN GARRY D. ROBBINS and ROBERT L.

ANDERSON, Defendants. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that by virtue of a judgment of foreclosure and sale entered in the above- entitled action on the 23rd day of July, 1984, in the amount of $43,349.06 plus Interest thereon at the rate of 10,50 percent per annum upon a certain mortgage executed by Garry D. Robbins, an un-morned individual, and Roberta L. Anderson, an unmarried individual, as joint tenants to the plaintiff, dated December 30, 1983, and recorded on January 4, 1984, in the Dane County Register of -Deeds Office, the undersigned Sherlf of Dane County, Wisconsin, will sell at public auction on the 5th day of Februrary, 1985, at 10:00 o'clock In the forenoon in Room GR-18 of the City-County -Building, 210 Monona Avenue, Madison, Dane --County, Wisconsin, the real estate and mortgaged -premises directed by said judgment to be sold, and therein described as follows: Lot Seventeen (17), Block Forty-Seven (47), In the Original Plat of the City of Stoughton, except therefrom a parcel of land in the Northwest corner i thereof 2 rods long last and West and 1 rod pnd 2V2 feet wide; North and South, Dane County, Wisconsin. Subject-to Right of Way heretofore granted to Veasby-Deed dated June 1.

1920 and re- corded June 2. 1920 in Volume 272 of Deeds, page 568 and being the same Right of Way referred to in Deed executed by Charles Miller and wife to said Lena Skaalen and recorded in volume 259 of Deeds, page 230; -The aforementioned property is located at 124 South Madison Street, Stoughton, Wisconsin. Terms of Sale: Cash. Dated this 13th day of December, 1984. sJerome D.

Locke Sheriff of Dane County, Wisconsin Brynelson, Herlck, Gehl Bucaida Bv: Frank J. Bucoida 122 West Washington Avenue Post Office Box 1767 Madison. WI 53701 1767 (608)257-5661 PUB. WSJ: Decembers, 24 and 31, 1984 Janury 7, 14 and 21, 1985 STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT DANE COUNTY NOTICE OF HEARING Case No. 84CV5783 -1 the Matter of the Petition of Valerie Arrington for Change of Name of Minor Child Marcus Brian Arrington Notice is Herewith Given That at the regular term of the Circuit Court of Dane County, State of Wisconsin, at the courthouse in the City of Madison, in said county, on the 15th day of January, 1985, at 8:30 in the AM or as soon thereafter as petitioner SIS IB Ljt3 viffiaiiEaasttsiExa lx)li) l2GitJ IXCTh- State Journal photo by Joseph W.

Jackson III it: RUN IQATftllQELI State diaest Japanese firm buys Oregon site GRESHAM, Ore. (AP) Fujitsu Microelectronics a Japanese electronics maker with an American unit based Santa Clara, has purchased a 200-acre site for a new semiconductor factory for $9 million. The new semiconductor plant will employ more than 1,000 workers, Fujitsu said. mrmmmMp iP'f'S't Mm ImkmhI For Overweight Men Women Introducing: Weight Loss Clinic's Here's the program for those with pounds not time, to lose: Consistent, rapid weight loss, each and every week. No foods or gimmicks to buy-no hidden "extras." Proven techniques to keep weight off permanently.

Unequalled one-to-one professional counseling. Fire hits rural Lake Mills home LAKE MILLS A fire did heavy damage to a rural Lake Mills home Sunday afternoon, damaging the upper floor and attic of the building, according to Lake Mills Fire Chief Chuck Sanft. The fire started about 3:45 p.m. at the George Steinmetz residence, about 4V2 miles west of Lake Mills on Kroghville Road in northwestern Jefferson County. No one was home at the time of the blaze.

Damage was concentrated on the second floor and attic of the two-story building. No official cause has been determined. Sanft said. No dollar estimate was available, but Sanft said damage ''was extensive." Five Lake Mills fire trucks and one Waterloo tanker responded to the scene and fought the fire for about 1 hours, he said. Equpiment and firefighters from Jefferson were called to stand by at the Lake Mills station during the blaze.

Body of Saukville woman found GRAFTON (AP) Authorities were investigating the death of an 18-year-old Saukville woman, whose partially clad and badly battered body was found on a gravel driveway near the village of Grafton. Officials said the woman, identified as Traci Hammerberg, died of massive head injuries. Her body was discovered by Dan Sieracki early Saturday on his driveway. Ozaukee County Sheriff's Lt. James Knowles said authorities did not know whether Hammerberg had been killed on the driveway or whether her body had been dumped there.

Labor group changing name The Madison Federation of Labor will change its name tonight to the Dane County Labor Council AFL-CIO. The name change, approved by the federation last spring, is designed to ensure a clearer image. The 91 -year-old federation is an organization of labor unions representing about 20,000 workers in Dane County. David Newby, federation president, said the name "Madison Federation of Labor" implied a Madison-based organization. The new name will better reflect the organization's role countywide, he said.

The new name also more clearly specifies that the organization is a county coordinating body for the AFL-CIO, a national federation of labor unions. The name change will occur at the federation's monthly meeting starting at 7 at the Labor Temple, 1602 S. Park St. Treatment of PMS studied GREEN BAY (AP) Premenstrual syndrome is coming "out of the closet" as a serious health problem, and women are learning they can do a lot to alleviate the symptoms, says JoAnn G. Hanaway, a UW-Oshkosh graduate student in nursing.

Women are learning they "don't have to spend 40 to 50 percent of their lives in a miserable state," she said. Hanaway surveyed 45 women in four areas of the state Apple-ton, Eau Claire, Green Bay and Madison to find out what self-care practices worked best for them in dealing with the physical and emotional symtoms of PMS. Those symtoms, which include depression, anxiety, irritability, backaches and crying spells, can be reduced or eliminated with changes in lifestyle, she said. Breeding co-ops plan merger ST. PAUL, Minn.

(AP) Two breeding cooperatives in Minnesota and Wisconsin will again try to consolidate their operations. Delegate members of the financially-troubled Minnesota Valley Breeders Association of New Prague, last Saturday rejected a proposed consolidation with Midwest Breeders Cooperative of Shawano, Wis. But Minnesota Valley officials said Friday they are mailing ballots to delegates for another vote that will be counted Dec. 31. Officials of both cooperatives acknowledged that pressure from the Bank for Cooperatives, Minnesota Valley's chief creditor, was a major factor in the decision to try again.

Marvin Lindo, associate vice president at the Bank for Cooperatives in St. Paul, said Minnesota Valley's immediate problems are related to cash flow and it could have difficulty surviving without the merger. The first vote favored consolidation by a 219-117 margin that fell five votes short of the two-thirds approval required by Minnesota law. For The Holidays ONLY Weight Loss Clinic has the fastest way ever to lose weight from start to finish. Call now.

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