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/ / '\\; \\; WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1 3, 2003 or weighs the personal by Cassie Lewis most of you know, for the I have been on to interview local survivors to promote Now that my pro- is Completed, Mr. Conley me to do a piece sum- up my experience and the I took away from the pro- When my fearless editor with the idea for Relay, I must admit, I was skeptical. "Mike," I thought. "You must be crazy. We'll never find enough people willing to tell their stories, to fill up all the remaining weeks until the Race." Well, I was wrong. Mike encouraged me to push forward, and between the two of us, we succeeded in finding enough survivors to feature. Being young, and rather inex- perienced on the subject, the most difficult task for me was SCHER AUCTION ;SUPPUES Tues. Eve., AUGUST 26, 2003; starting at 5:30 AM; 109 North Jefferson, TRENTON, IL Pc Bed sets; 2 pc Bed Set; twin beds; Oak dresser base; Antique -n cupboard; Chifferobe; chest of drawers; (2) Hall Trees; 2-5 pc sets; Oak repro corner china cab; pedestal table; end tables; card sets; 2-desk; Couch; swivel rocker; Book & storage shelves; (2) er Shelves; ironing board; Flamingo mirror; Iris & Herringbone; 8 pl dinnerware; 8 place Cape Cod Red set w/extras; Green gold leaf stemware; fireking; glass rolling pin; oil filled bulbs; jewelry & rings; lava lamp; angel collection; porcelain items; wear r; Pots & pans; glasses & dishes; flatware; 10+ Quilts; Many Quilt ks; Quilt patterns; a large amount of material; a lot of sewing supplies; Work; Quilting books & frames; freezer; round top frig; tv; console 2 vacs; small appliances; lamps; sew mach; console sewing cooler; planters; shelf boards; saw horses; some hand tools; small invalid items; adv. items; wall hangings; knick-nacks; Christmas deco; games & toys & More! Catherine Buscher Trenton, IL Auction Conducted By KRAUSZ AUCTION SERVICE New Baden, IL ph. (618) 588-4917 IL Auction LIC #040000142 Y ESTATE AUCTION Sat., AUG. 23; 10 AM at 315 East 4th Street, TRENTON, IL Saturday, August 16, 2003 al 11 am at 1 PM PARCEL .- to move into 1-1/2 story home with 3 bedrooms, basement, garage & many extras like Hardwood Floors, a lot of closets on a Very Well Located Corner Lot. PARCEL B - A RARE HERE! A Well Located Large Double Building Lot. (partial list) '88 Dodge Dynasty (nice, miles); 3-refrigerators; washer; dryer; sew mach; 2-apartment wringer washer; microwaves, tv & small appliances; Couch; Twin Beds, hosp bed; 4 Poster Full Bed set; Blonde set; Bed, baby bed; cradle; chest & matching dresser; Walnut marble base' Walnut 2 drawer night stand; sm benches; National WOod coaster wagon; doll house; end tables, Sq. Lamp table; 5-dinette sets; wicker chair; Desk & chair, glass front shelf units; ms; cots; roll-a-way; kitchen cab bases; Dresser with mirror; china dressing tables; dressing mirror on stand; folding chairs; safe; Casseroles; flatware; Pots & Pans, Dishes & Kitchen items; tall Plate; Bavaria & nice bowls; Homer Laughlin; Some green Figurines, Jewel Tea; (12) Iris & Herringbone Goblets; Glassware; paneled Sugar/Creamer set; salt/pepper shakers; dishes; China Sets including Bavaria; 1904 world's fair ruby red & book; Quilt frames, sewing items; hand stitched pillow slips, fancy work, thread, yarn, Quilt patterns & blocks; Old dry goods; buttons; cook books; Holiday deco; 78 & 33 records (GI Blues); 2 wood leaf picture frames; old clocks, dutch oven; lewetry & boxes; Crocks to 10 gallon; Crock Bowls; wine barrel; water jar; tins; thresserman's coffee pot; porcelain items; coke Wash Board, Fruit Jars; milk can, meat saw, apple peeler; coolers, s, pickup-bed trailer; Snapper 10hp rider, Lawn Boy mower; canoe; small boat on trailer; Hedge trimmers, circular & jig hand & garden tools; exercise bike, Bumper pool table; bird Baseball Memorabilia & more! Full List Available on the WEB @ BiddersandB uyers.conVads/krausz.htm Ow,lcrs: Maric Nchultc & Ihc "l,atc" 0.o Nchuhc Eileen M. Blaney Trust "Dec'd" Trenton, IL Auction Conducted By KRAUSZ AUCTION SERVICE New Baden, IL ph. (618) 588-4917 IL Auction LIC #040000142 LOCAL PAGE 3 impact of cancer "survivors' stories" prying into survivor's pasts. It seemed to me that no one would want to open up about such a personal experience. Wrong again! Those whom I interviewed were more concerned with let- ting others in on what helped them survive than dragging up bad memories. Still, it was a sensitive subject, more for me than the interviewees, and I am very grateful to those who were patient with me while I was still learning. Throughout my seven week project, I learned so much more than just medical terms and what different treatment meth- ods are involved. I experienced several extreme drives to win, and experienced what monu- mental tasks the human mind can accomplish if set to them. Nearly every survivor I talked with told me that a positive atti- tude was key in their recovery. How interesting to think that simply the way someone choos- es to look at their situation could make the difference between life and death. Should I ever find myself in a similar situation, I only hope I can be as positive as those I have talked with. I know if I fol- lowed their example I would have a better chance at success. Maybe the positive attitude makes all the difference, maybe it only helps. I choose to believe it plays a big part in the out- come. I would like to thank all the survivors I interviewed: Mayor Conley, Bea Muston, Mary Crandall, Marie Pope, Dave Duing, Rick Jenkins, and Mary Reibold, for heir willingness to share their stories, their open- ness and honesty, and for offer- ing insight to those who might be going through a similar expe- rience. Their experiences and insights were also profound for those who have never had any experience with cancer, and for offering representation to those survivors who are not ready to share yet. Thanks also to Nancy Weber for sharing her story with the Trenton Sun readers and those who attended the Relay for Life. Thank you also for helping me to mature my comfort level, for I was a bit intimidated by the subject at the start of my pro- ject. I now feel that the knowl- edge I gained from each of you will be an asset to me in the future and help me to support any cancer fighters I may come into contact with. My favorite part of the project was hearing about the gener- ous, helpful things others did for the survivors and their fam- ilies. Such stories include Bea Muston's church , New Baden Zion UCC, providing Christmas for her two young daughters the year she began treatment; Marie Pope's counselor who was there with her every step of the way; Dave Duing receiving 226 get-well cards from friends; Rick Jenkins' friend Mark Lock- owitz driving to St. Louis when Rick could not; Mary Reibold's friends, delivering food to her family for three weeks after surgery; and all the prayers and support that Mary Crandall and Mayor Conley received from their church, Trenton United Methodist. It is the kind ges- tures like these that encourage cancer patients,:to keep on fight- I guess the most astounding fact to me is how hard each sur- vivor fought to win. They' let nothing stand in their way; not physical aspects, not mental. They kept strong to the belief that they would make it through, and in the end suc- ceeded. I have no doubt that anyone who makes such an effort comes out even stronger than they were at the start, and these were some amazing, tough people to begin with! Everyone hears the clichd "You can do anything if you put your mind to it," but most, like me, take it for granted. If there is one thing that sticks out the most to me from the project, it is that the old clichd is very, very true. This really brought it home for me. ' I am very glad I was able to participate in the promotion of the Relay for Life and publish- ing the stories of some of our local survivors. Thanks to Mike Conley also, for believing in me enough to give me the opportu- nity to work on this project. I hope the survivor stories made as big an impact on others as they did on me! We at the Sun extend our per- sonal thanks to everyone who agreed to be interviewed for this series of stories, and pay tribute to all cancer survivors every- where for their courage and accomplishment. f The o?/e to see: 1 I I ----A- I Ch.ct DC.orae, I I i I 109 W St Lou+ Street I I w I Lanon. IL I  618-537-4441 I $tMt Firm Insuclno Companll I Home Offices: lloomintton ilJlnols ' '=t=tdm..ceei.' ' ' PUSI.IC AUCTION Real Estate, Antiques & Personal Property 201 West Logan, Aviston, IL Dir: 01d Rt. 50 to Avist0n-Albers Road (Wayside Inn), then South 4 blocks. Watch for Markers! Real Estate To Sell At 12:00 pm The Real Estate consist of a 1,255 sq. ft. 1-1/2 story frame home with a basement, breezeway and a 2 car garage. The first floor has a kitchen, living room, bathroom, foyer and 2 bedrooms. The second floor also has 2 bedrooms. The property has nice shade trees (Pecan trees) on a corner lot and is 3 blocks from the new school and across th'e street from the playground. The home has vinyl siding, a newer roof, a gas furnace, central air conditioning, and a gas stove. If you're looking for a home in Aviston, don't miss this sale. Open House: Thursday, August 7, 2003 from 7-8 pm or by calling auctioneer for sincere appointment Parcel ID No: 05-05-24-104-012 Legal Description: Aviston Terrace Subdivision, Lot 2, Block 3 Lot Size: 97' x 120' 2002 Taxes: $623.80 (prorated at closing) Real Estate Terms: 10% down day of sale, balance due upon delivery of merchantable title. Antiques: Pink Depression glass; cat cookie jar; wooden benches & boxes; Carnival glass; wooden tables; wooden high chair; old beer signs; feather beds; metal tins wooden chairs; wooden medicine cabinet w/mirror; 1, 5 & 8 gal crocks; canning jars; old hand tools; glass cake stand. Personal Property: Wooden kitchen cabinet; living room recliner; couch; exercise bike sweepers; lamps; spreads; linens; Formica kitchen table & chairs; metal beds; baby crib; Mixmaster mixer; blender; wooden desk; wooden work bench; wooden swing & glider; lots of dishes, pots, pans & household too numerous to mention. Appliances: Maytag HD washer (like new); Maytag gas dryer; Westinghouse frost free refrigerator; Sunbeam microwave; Amana microwave; Zenith 25" console TV; console radio, 8 track and record player; Maytag wringer washer. Auctioneer's Note: Marie has moved to the Assisted Living Center in Aviston and will sell her property at public Auction. If you're in the market'for a home in Aviston, be sure to attend this auction. This is only a partial test of what will be sold. See ya at the Sale! - John, Jim & Whitey Not Responsible for Accidents Lunch Served COL. JOHN KUES Phone (618) 228-7395 Aviston, Illinois Stste Licensed Appraisers All Announcements Made Sale Day Take Precedpncf Over Printed Material Sale Conducted By: KUES BROS. AUCTION CO., LLC. IL Auction Lic. #044000162 "NO SALE TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL" COL, JERRY KUES 228-7053 T,rms: Cash or Personal Check COL. JIM KUES Phone (618) 228-7008 Avtston, []linoi Licensed I'al Estate Setespersons FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT OUR WEBSITE, AT WWW.BIDDERSANDBUYERS.OM/KUESBROS Notice of Hearing Before the Planning Oommission Public notice is hereby given that a Public Hearing will be held on Thursday, August 28, 2003 at 7 p.m. at the Trenton City Hall at 14 W. Broadway to consider a request for a special use to allow construction of an assisted living/shared housing in a B2 District on the following described property: 615 W. Broadway. Said request was made by Curt Nobis and appli- cation is on file at City Hall, 14 W. Broadway. All interested per- sons are invited to attend said hearing and be heard for or against said proposal. Dated this llth day of August, 2003. 8/13b Notice is hereby given by the Board of EdScation of Wesclin School District #3 in the County of Clinton, State of Illinois, that a tentative budget for said school district for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2003 and ending June 30, 2004, will be on file and conveniently available for public inspection Tuesday, August 12 through Monday, September 15 at Wesclin School District Office, 10003 State Route 160, Trenton, Illinois between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday until said public hearing. Notice is hereby given a public hearing on said budget will be held at the regular Board of Education meeting which begins at 7:30 p.m. on the 15th day of September, 2003 at Wesclin Jr./Sr. High School, 10003 State Route 160, Trenton Illinois. Jaycee's BBQ Benefits Wesclin Girls BB Team The New Baden/Trenton Jaycee's will have a BBQ on Saturday, August 16th next to Spaeth's Market in New Baden from llam-5pm. The BBQ is to benefit the Wesclin girls basketball team to raise money for new uniforms. The menu includes: porksteaks, boneless chicken breast, brats, and hotdogs. Dinners include: corn on the cob, baked potato; your choice of baked beans or cole slaw, and bread. Your support is greatly appreciated. Also on this day the Jaycees will have a yard sale. If you would like to donate any items please contact Lisa Kollmann at 224-9920 or Cindy Thoele at 670-8238. Harvest Moon Needs Help All interested in helping with this year's Harvest Moon Festival please attend our kick-off meeting Thursday, August 14th upstairs at the Police Station at 7pm. If you have any questions please contact Renee Harpstrite at 224-7705, or Stacey Emig at 224-7309. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CLINTON COUNTY, ILLINOIS IN RE: THE ANNEXATION OF CERTAIN ) TERRITORY TO THE NEW MEMPHIS ) WATER DISTRICT ) NO: 03-MC- 1 NOTICE OF HEARING PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that a Petition For Annex- ation was filed in the above captioned matter on July 23, 2003 requesting that the following described territory, to-wit: Beginning at the intersection of the East line of Section 24, Township I North, Range 6 West of the Third Principal Meridian, St. Clair County, Illinois, and the North line of the existing New Memphis Water District corporate limits; thence Northerly along the East line of said Section 24 to the South right-of-way of the East bound lane of U.S. Rt. 64; thence Westerly and Northwesterly along the said South right-of-way of the East bound lane of U.S. Rt. 64 to the intersection of the West line of the East One-half (E 1/2) of Section 10; thence Southerly along the West line of the East One-half (E 1/2) of Section 10 and the West line of the East One-half (E I/2) of Section 15 and the West line of the East One-half (E 1/2) of Section 22 to the North line of the South One-half (S 1/2) of Section 22; thence Westerly along said North line of the South One-half (S 1/2) of Section 22 and continuing Westerly along the North line of the South One- half (S 1/2) of Section 21 to a point One Hundred (100) feet West of the West line of the East One-half (E 1/2) of Section 21; thence Southerly along a line One Hundred (100) feet West of the West line of the East One-half (E 1/2) of Section 21 and continuing thus Southerly along a line 100 feet West of the West line of the East One-half (E 1/2) of Section 28 and continuing Southerly along a line One Hundred (100) feet West of the West line of the East One-half (E 1/2) of Sec- tion 33 to the South right-of-way of IL Rt. 177; thence East- erly and Southeasterly along the South right-of-way of IL Rt. 177 to the West corporate limits of the New Memphis Water District; thence Northerly, Easterly, Northerly and Easterly along the existing boundary of the New Memphis Water District to the point of beginning of this description. All property located in Township 1 North, Range 6 West of the Third Principal Meridian in St. Clair C0unty. Tract 2: Sections 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, and the East One-half (E 1/2) of the Southeast One quarter (SE 1/4) of Section 2, Township 1 South, Range 6 West of the Third Principal Meridian, St. Clair Copnty. be annexed to the New Memphis Water District. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that a hearing on said Petition will be held, at 9:00 o'clock A.M., September 5, 2003, before Judge Patrick J. Hitpas, or such other judge as may be setting in his place and stead, in the room usually occupied by him as a Courtroom, in the Clinton County Courthouse, Carlyle, Illinois, at which time and place any interested person shall be given an opportunity to be heard touching upon the sufficiency of the Petition and upon the boundaries of the territory sought to be annexed to the New Memphis Water District. Dated July 30, 2003 JEFF LUEBBERS CLINTON COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK