Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 19, 1955 · Page 23
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 23

Dixon, Illinois
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Thursday, May 19, 1955
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The Dixon Evening Telegraph Thursday, May 19, 1955 Page 23 LEGAL AnVEKTISKMtNT Springfield. Illinois April 29, 1955 Sealed bids and proposals will ^orpived in the Division of Pur chases and Supplies, of the Department of Finance, on Illinois Bituminous Coal, at Its office lr ,h. state Armorv and Office Build intr Springfield, Illinois, until 10-30 a.m. DST June S, 1955. and then and there publicly opened for furnishing and delivering the requirements of the State Charitable Penal and Reformatory Institutions, the Youth Commission and the State Armories, for the ensuing year, period ending June 30, I956" »TTV DING BLANKS MAY BE OBTAINED UPON APPLICATION TO THE DIVISION OF PURCHASES AND SUPPLIES. . THE RIGHT IS RESERVED TO REJECT ANY OR ALL BIDS. VERNON R. FORGUE, STATE PURCHASING AGENT. Alay 14, 16, 17. 18, 19. 20. 21, 23, 24. 25. 1955 IS THE CIRCUIT COURT OF LEE COUNTY, ILLINOIS. SUSAN WOOD PETERS and KEITH W. BENSON, JOHN L. MORRILL, et al. Defendant!. NO. 55 - 48 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Notice is herebv gi\ren to John L Morrill. Ethelvh E. Morrill, Arthur Rnrriett* Morrill and Un known Owners, defendants to be served bv publication, that suit entitle as above for the purpose of quieting title to a pare oi uie Ttfnrthwest Quarter o£ Section 31. Township 21 North, Range 8 East of the 4th P.M. in Lee County, Illinois, is now pending in said court anrt Hpfault mav be entered aeainst vou and each of you therein after the 7th dav of June. 19&5. John O. Sfiaulis, Jr., Clerk. Ward and Ward Lawrence Building Sterling, Illinois Attnmevs for the Plaintiffs May 5, 12. 19. 1955 vnTinc OF CTATM DAY Notice is hereby given to all per-•r,n. that Mnnrlav .Tulv 4. 1955. is the claim date "in the estate of Oran W. on. Deceased, pending in the County* Court of Lee County, Illinois, ana max cidJms may filed against the said estate or before said date without issua of summons. TTTTinrt? A ATATTS Administrator With Will Annexed Reck & Claus, Attorney. May 5, 12, 19, 1955 College Scores CorXEGK BASEBALL AtseMlsan 5tat« o. Notxe Dfime 4 (10 MichTgan'xormal 15-11, Southern 1111- Concorrfla (Springfield. 111.1 9. Eursks Northwestern IS. Like Forest^ WF4THF.R. KOTRFCAST FOR NEXT 30 DAYS— These maps. "These new models check out okay on the track-r-cf course we've got to see what the parking garage boys erRRCHIVE® . ^^^^ ^^gif i %B l*.«:'U.l. WfATHK BUttAU DtpOment .f Cmnric based on those supplied by the United States weather bureau, forecast the probable rainfall and temperatures for the next 30 days. (AP wirephoto) ^^^^^^^^^ CAN YOU BEAT IT?— Oroa Hogue tests the tone of a giant drum, six feet in diameter, which was made in Chicago for Harvard University's marching band. It took only two weeks to make, but six -weeks to find suitable cowhides for the heads of the drum, which must be in one piece. "I taught Shultz how to chat* a stick— now how do I orean mm oi iw Pope Suffers 15-Minute Spell VATICAN CITY m — Vatican sources reported today that Pope Pious XII suffered a 15-minute spell of weakness and dizziness af ter a general audience on mote than an hour Wednesday for 35,000 Italian farmers. The sources said the 79-year-old pontiff had recovered and today showed no signs ot weaKness. The audience Wednesday was the biggest the head of the Roman Catholic Church has held since his grave collapse with a stomach disorder last December. The subsequent weakness was blamed on his unusual exertion. Fig/it Results HOLLYWOOD— Mtm» Dlez, lll»i, Mf ' Angeles. 3. (For North Amei TWREE-T LEAGUE Keokuk 15. Peo Placing Want Ads Is simple. Just write out your offer and mail it to The Telegraph. 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