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Tuesday, October 27, 1998 The Pantagraph Area offers many Halloween celebrations By Pantagraph staff The end of October is the traditional time for witches and goblins and things that go bump in the night. With that in mind, Bloomington-Normal will have plenty of opportunities for children and adults alike to celebrate Halloween. Bloomington The Bloomington Parks and Recreation Department's Halloween Happening will be 5 to 8 p.m. Friday at Miller Park and the Lincoln Leisure Center. Activities will include games, face painting, clowns, a costume contest, magic shows and scary stories. A hayrack ride will run continuously from Lincoln Leisure Center to the north lawn of Miller Park Pavilion. Both locations will provide a variety of activities for visitors. All games, prizes and refreshments are free. For information, call (309) 434-2260. Normal The Normal Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor the Haunted Trail for a second weekend Friday and Saturday. The trail will run from Normal City Hall to the City Hall Annex from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Participants will begin at City Hall, where children can collect Halloween treats. Small groups will then be sent across Vernon Avenue, where they will be met by lights, sound effects and costumed characters. There is no cost to walk the trail, but canned food donations will be collected to benefit the Salvation Army. Each person donating a canned food item will receive a ticket for a hayrack ride back to City Hall. Tickets may also be purchased for 50 cents per person or $2 per family For information, call (309) 454-9450. Downtown merchants also will sponsor TreatFeast for children from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday for children. A costume contest will begin at 5 p.m. Friday on Broadway. There also will be a pumpkin carving contest. Participants are advised to bring their best carved pumpkin to the Normal Parks and Recreation Department by noon Thursday Pumpkins will be lit up and displayed on the Haunted Trail Friday and Saturday Other events in the Twin Cities include: Bloomington-Normal Ski Club The club's annual Halloween party will be at 7:30 p.m. Halloween at the Eagles Lodge, 313 S. Main St., Bloomington. Costumes are recommended, prizes will be awarded and new members are welcome. For information, call Carol Drake at 828-1835 or Amy Lux at 827-6909. Children's Discovery Museum The museum will resume its Thursday Family Fun Nights with tonics Chart lists designated trick-or-treat hours in Central Illinois communities. The hours are for Halloween night unless otherwise noted. Children should go only to homes where porch lights are lit. Atlanta 5-7 p.m. Bloominston 5-8 p.m. Chatsworth 3-5 p.m.; party for children at 6 p.m. at CARS barn Chenoa 5-8 p.m. Cissna Park 4-7 p.m. Clinton 5-8 p.m. Colfax 5:30-7 p.m. Congerville 5-8 p.m. Cornell 4:30-6:30 p.m. Danvers 5:30-8 p.m. Deer Creek 5-8 p.m. Delavan 5-8 p.m. Downs 5 to 9 p.m. Dwight 4-7 p.m.; Lions Club party follows at grade school. El Paso 5-7 p.m. Ellsworth 5:30-8:30 p.m. Emden 5-8 p.m. Eureka 5-8 p.m. Fairbury 4-8 p.m. Gridley 4-8 p.m. Hartsburg 5-8 p.m. Hudson.... 5:30 to 8 p.m. LeRoy 5-9 p.m. Lexington 5-9 p.m. Lincoln 5-7 p.m.; police and fire departments will distribute candy at the Safety Complex during same hours. Mackinaw 5-8 p.m. Metamora 4:30-8 p.m. Minier 6-8 p.m. Minonk 5-8 p.m. Mount Pulaski 5-8 p.m. Normal 5-8 p.m. Pontiac 4-8 p.m.; sheriffs department will X-ray treats from 7-9 p.m. at courthouse. Paxton 5-8 p.m. Roanoke 6-8 p.m. Saunemin 5-7 p.m. Streator 5-8 p.m. Towanda 5-8 p.m. community party at 3 p.m. Tremont 5-8 p.m. How To Buy A Furnace For ra Limited Offer Based On Availability We've got too many top-quality high-efficiency air conditioners left in inventroy. Bad news for us ... but terrific opportunity for you. Right now, you can replace your old (and probably inefficient) heating and cooling system for less than you would have at the beginning of the summer ... that means when you buy a new air conditioner, you get a new furnace for half price. Plus, if you act NOW, we'll even throw in a high-efficiency Air Cleaner at no extra charge! Having a new system means big savings on your heating and cooling bills ...too... like 20 to 50 savings! We are so confident that you'll save at least 20 on your heating and cooling bills that we will pay you DOUdlc mt DIFFERENCE for one year if you don't. Don't wait, call today to schedule a visit from one of our Hoome Comfort Advisors ...before our inventory is reduced to ZERO. ft! I . U T A - - Call Us Today at: 828-9189 Rick Houchens General Manager Heating Air Conditioning ... -JUT- - -"- i ... a w . - ..v.. . i"fv-ii "- j" .tart ' ;v The PantagraphMAUREEN O'CONNOR Ghosts appeared to surround a tree in the 400 block of West Locust Street in Bloomington. a Halloween Bash and costume contest at 6 p.m. Thursday. Children will decorate mini pumpkins and make Halloween bats and other creepy crafts. All costume contest participants must be registered by 7 p.m. Admission is $3 per person. For information, call (309) 829-6222. Eastland Mall The mall will have trick or treating beginning at 5 p.m. Halloween until the candy runs out. Participating mall stores will post bright orange signs in their entrances. A costume cop will travel the mall awarding prizes for best costumes, while the Bloomington Police Department will offer coloring books. McLean County Humane Society The McLean County Humane Society's annual Halloween Bake Sale will run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Halloween inside Kmart in Bloomington. All proceeds will go to support the various programs of the Humane Society, including veterinarian care and shelter for neglected animals. McLean County Arts Center The arts center will host its second annual Halloween costume party fund-raiser from 8 to 11 p.m. Saturday. Food, drinks, and entertainment will be offered. Admission to the party is $10 or $5 for students with current college IDs. For information, call (309) 829-0011. Manor Care Manor Care Health Services, 510 Broadway, Normal, will offer trick or treating for children from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday. For information, contact Rebecca Rebholz at (309) 452-4406. Normal Community and Normal Community West high schools A Halloween Hauntcert concert will be given by NCHS and NCWHS orchestras at 7 p.m. Thursday. The shows will run simultaneously and this year will feature TV show themes. Both concerts are free to the public, but donations will be accepted. . Both schools will also hold pumpkin carving contests, with entries accepted one hour before the show. Scotchwood Health Care Center Trick or treating will be offered from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Friday at the facility, 1925 S. Main St., Bloomington. YWCA of McLean County The YWCA, 1201 N. Hershey Road, Bloomington, will host a Haunting Halloween Overnight from 7 p.m. Friday until 9 a.m. Saturday for children ages 5 to 12. Children will spend the night and participate in a costume party, games, crafts, swimming and snacks. Cost is $15 for the first child and $12.50 for additional siblings. For information, call (309) 662-0461. Other celebrations throughout McLean County include: Danvers The Danvers Lions Club will host a costume-judging contest in the Danvers Elementary School gymnasium at 6:30 p.m. Halloween. Refreshments will be provided. For information, contact Ken Franz of the Lions Club at (309) 963-4434. Lexington A party is planned from 3 to 5 p.m. Halloween in the school gym, with the annual parade following. Hot dogs, cupcakes and soft drinks will be served to children. Costume contest judging begins at 3:30 p.m. with registration at 3. McLean The McLean Fire Department will offer its haunted house from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday and from 6 to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the fire station. There will be games, refreshments and a costume contest at 7:30 p.m. Halloween. Admission is one non-perishable food item per visit. J 1 1 f jAf - A Senior and Executive Career Law Enforcement Officers Endorsing Lt. Dave Owens for Sheriff Steve Brienen, McLean County Sheriff Mike Emery, Chief DeputyMcLean County Sheriff Richard Ryan, Bloomington Chief of Police Tim Linsky, Bloomington Chief of Police (Retired) Mike Miller, Bloomington Chjef of Police (Retired) Louis DeVault, Bloomington Chief of Police (Retired) Richard McGuire, Normal Chief of Police (Retired) Pan Billington, Heyworth Chief of Police Chad Humphrey, McLean Chief of Police Bob Downen, Gridley Chief of Police Ron Corrie, Chenoa Chief of Police Dennis Carter, LeRoy Chief of Police Jeff Tapke, Danvers Chief of Police Mike Walters, Colfax Chief of Police Spencer Johansen, Lexington Chief of Police Mike Reidy, Clinton Chief of Police Kevin Hinshaw, Chief RangerComlara Park Rick Carter, RangerLake Bloomington Floyd Aper, CaptainIllinois State Police (Retired) Gene Riley, CaptainIllinois State Police (Retired) Chester Henry, LieutenantIllinois State Police (Retired) Al Medina, Special Agent in ChargeFederal Bureau of InvestigationBloomington (Retired) Marvin Rutledge, Livingston County Sheriff Roger Massey, DeWitt County Sheriff Charles Reynard, McLean County States Attorney William Workman, Logan County States Attorney - Renuhliran i EMS McLEAN COUNTY SHERIFF Paid For By Citizens To Elect David Owens Gary Golden, Chairman m,vmmwmwmmm.v. ...... I At rinht coupral rharartors P sit on the lawn and porch of a Bloomington home in the 1000 block of South Center Street. Tips for trick or treaters By Pantagraph staff Police and emergency response agencies agree on a lot of things when it comes to Halloween trick or treating. Here's a list: Plan the route children will take and have an adult tag along. Limit the route to an area the children know well. Don't let children go anywhere alone. They always should travel in pairs or larger groups. Make sure children wear light-colored or reflective-type clothing so they're more visible at night. Also have them wear tennis shoes that provide good traction. Apply facial paint rather than masks or other material that cover children's eyes. If you are driving during trick-or-treat hours, be aware of more children being outside. Drive slowly through neighborhoods and watch for children in the Street and on medians; also exit driveways carefully. ONLY let children go to homes where porch lights are on. To prepare for the kids, make sure porches are clear. Make sure trick or treaters cross the street at comers and don't try to hide or dodge between parked cars. Use sidewalks; if there are no sidewalks, tell kids to use the left side of the street so they are facing oncom ing cars. Have at least one child or the adult accompanying the group carry a flashlight. Instruct children that they are not to eat anything until they get home and then inspect the treats; don't allow anyone to eat candy if the package has been opened. If any candy or other treat appears to have ' been tampered with, immediately call police. 6.M mi 17 A. Hot Wings zza & (fa5ta Open Daily 10 am for carryout or delivery comer Linden & Empire Sts. 829-6662 Major credit cards accepted for delivery SCHNACK CHIROPRACTIC iiiiimiiimiiiiiiHiHE & SPORTS CENTER We Focus On The Cause Not The Symptom Dr. Monica E. Schnack (Palmer graduate) 1 1 2 Boeykins Place, Normal 452-9097 SEALED BID SALE OF MARGARET A. AND HAROLD D. WALTERS APARTMENT BUILDING LOCATION: 704 EAST GROVE STREET, BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS DATE OF SALE: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1998 AT 10:00 A.M. PLACE OF SALE: THIRD FLOOR - COMMERCE BANK, 120 NORTH CENTER STREET. BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS. TITLE COMMITMENT FOR THE PROPERTY, WHICH INCLUDES THE LEGAL UtSUHIKIION, IS AVAILABLE AT THE OFFICE OF VICTOR HENSON. TRUST OFFICER 4TH FLOOR, COMMERCE BANK, OR THE OFFICE OF ALBERT H. HOOPES, 1001 NORTH MAIN STHEET, BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS. SEALED BIDS WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL 4:00 P.M. OCTOBER 29, 1998 AT THE OFFICE OF ALBERT H. HOOPES, 1001 NORTH MAIN STREET. BLOOMINGTON. ILLINOIS S1701 THE RESIDENCE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE, SUBJECT TO THE RIGHT OF THE TRUST Utr-AM I MbN I Ur- UUMMtHUt BANK TO REJECT ANY AND ALL BIDS. THE PROPERTY CONSISTS OF THE FOLLOWING: FOUR APARTMENTS, TWO DOWN AND TWO UP AS FOLLOWS: ONE LOWER APARTMENT WITH LIVING ROOM, DINING ROOM BEDROOM, KITCHEN, LAUNDRY ROOM, 1-12 BATHS AND ENCLOSED BACK PORCH-ONE LOWER APARTMENT WITH LIVING ROOMBEDROOMKITCHEN COMRINFD ANri BATH; ONE UPPER APARTMENT WITH LIVING ROOM, BEDROOM, KITCHEN AND BATH; uixe urrcn KHiMtm WIIH LIVINC3 ROOMBEDROOM COMBINED, KITCHEN AND BATH. PROPERTY HAS A FULL FINISHED BASEMENT AND AN ATTACHED TWO-CAR TANDEM GARAGE. LOT SIZE IS APPROXIMATELY 60 FT. X 115 FT. ZONING: R-2, MIXED RESIDENTIAL TAXES FOR THE YEAR 1 997 ARE: 1 ,51 1 .23 THE GENERAL TERMS OF SALE ARE AS FOLLOWS: 1. 10 DOWN UPON THE ACCEPTANCE OF THE HIGH BID AND UPON THE SIGNING OF A CONTRACT ON THE SALE DAY (PERSONAL CHECK WILL BE ACCEPTED), WITH THE BALANCE BEING PAYABLE WITHIN 30 DAYS AFTER THE SALE DATE. 2. TRUSTEE'S DEED AND TITLE POLICY IN THE AMOUNT OF THE SALE PRICE WILL BE DELIVERED UPON FINAL PAYMENT. 3. TITLE POLICY IN THE AMOUNT OF THE SALE PRICE SHALL BE SUBJECT TO THE USUAL AND STANDARD OBJECTIONS ON POLICIES OF CHICAGO TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY AND EASEMENTS AND RESTRICTIONS OF RECORD. 4. POSSESSION OF THE PREMISES SHALL BE GIVEN UPON THE PAYMENT OF THE BALANCE OF THE SALE PRICE. 5. SELLER SHALL PAY THE 1997 REAL ESTATE TAXES AND THE PRORATED TAXES FOR 1998 WITH THE BUYER BEING GIVEN CREDIT FOR THE SELLER S PORTION OF SAID TAXES AT TIME OF CLOSING; THE PRORATING OF THE TAXES SHALL BE BASED UPON THE LATEST AVAILABLE TAX FIGURES. 6. TITLE TO THE PREMISES IS VESTED AS FOLLOWS: COMMERCE BANK N A AS TRUSTEE OF THE REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST OF MARGARET A. WALTERS DATED 042691 TO AN UNDIVIDED 12 INTEREST; COMMERCE BANK N A AS TRUSTEE OF THE REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST OF HAROLD D. WALTERS DATED 041497 TO AN UNDIVIDED 12 INTEREST. THE PREMISES ARE BEING SOLD UNDER POWER OF SALE CONTAINED IN EACH OF THE SAID TRUSTS. 7. THE LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE PREMISES IS AS FOLLOWS: LOT SEVEN (7) IN BLOCK SIX (6) OF WILLIAM DIMMETTS ADDITION TO THE CITY OF BLOOMINGTON, IN MCLEAN COUNTY, ILLINOIS. PERMANENT INDEX NUMBER: 21-04-436-008 BOOK 44 8. THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER OR BIDDERS WILL BE REQUIRED TO ENTER INTO A WRITTEN CONTRACT ON THE DATE OF SALE. SUCCESSFUL BIDDER OR BIDDERS SHALL VOLUNTARILY WAIVE THE RIGHT TO CONDUCT A RISK ASSESSMENT OR INSPECTION FOR THE PRESENCE OF LEAD-BASED PAINT AND LEAD-BASED HAZARDS. THE BID OPENING WILL BE AT THE ABOVE CITED DATE AND PLACE AND ONLY THOSE PARTIES SUBMITTING A BID MAY BE PRESENT. ANY BIDDER WILL HAVE THE RIGHT TO RAISE THEIR BID IF THEY SO DESIRE. THE SELLER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND ALL BIDS. THE TERMS OF THE SALE MAY BE MODIFIED BY ANNOUNCEMENTS MADE AT THE TIME OF THE OPENING OF THE BIDS. INSPECTION: THE PREMISES WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 4:00 P.M. AND 5:30 P.M., ON THE DATES OF OCTOBER 21 1998 AND OCTOBER 28, 1998. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CONTACT THE PERSONS LISTED BELOW. VICTOR HENSON, TRUST OFFICER OF COMMERCE BANK TRUSTEE UNDER THE REVOCABLE LIVING TRUSTS OF MARGARET A. WALTERS AND HAROLD D. WALTERS 120 NORTH CENTER STREET, BLOOMINGTON, IL 61702-0068 TELEPHONE (309) 823-7233 OR ATTORNEY FOR TRUSTEE: ALBERT H. HOOPES, 1001 NORTH MAIN STREET. BLOOMINGTON, IL 61701 TELEPHONE: 309828-8716

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