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2146 St. Antoine Street, Corner Columbia Clifford 2924
“From
1 . PILLAR
To
POST”
/ With Young Detroiters
■ By “LKN" ANDREWS
L
Cheeris Chappies! Into the midst
ot this whirl-a-glg town of ours
come anew column and columnist
full of interesting news (I hope!)
of whut's doing in and around the
Metropolß. Ths column is written,
not to inspire fear into the hearts
of young and frivolous, but rather
to' instill in them a knowledge of
what their brother and sister gall*
valuers are doing. 1 hereby take
the pleasure of introducing to you,
Len Andrews —Your Scribe.
Last Friday light, Aug 30th, the
"Queen Sabe" Club gave a party at
the Elks Rest on McCraw and 30th
I want to congratulate the club on
its merit deserving efforts to en
tertain, because it was one of the
flneet and livclest parties it has
been my pleasure to attend in
quite a while.
Hal Green and his Vagabounds
outdid themselves in flinging the
“sharps" and "flata” to the ar. I
must ay that a party euch as this
one was. comes but once in a blue
moon. The members of the "Quien
MME. C R. HALL
From Alja, New Orleans
Wise Woman
On* whom tlir I.ord Ima riven
irrHt liowfiv. 1 tun n well cip*r.-
*nr*d woman tiod ln*plrrd in* for
thl* work. 1 ran mukr th* old f**l
ioiiiik. und young happy It will pay
you to rail und nr* in*. I ran toll
you many thing* mul glv* advlrr on
.ill iniiltrrn. I trll pa*t, pr***nt and
tutor* In n-ganllng lov*. nuirrlag*
mono, lurk, troutil* and !m*ln***
(irrnt thing* ran hr don* by Madam
It Hall Call and **r ni*. Uln n
making an npiadntmrnt obtain Ma-
I (lain llall'* llrlplng Hand Powd*r,
llrlping Hand r*rfnm*, Hall'* I.lnl
mrnt und ron**<-ratrd prayrr for
i SI.OO *arh, and r*r*lv* your llf*’a
J muling und how to win with your
! niitiibrr frr* A trial will ron vino*
| M»u.
529 Hendrie Street
Between Beaubien and St.
Antoine
Madam C. R. Hall and
W. M. Hall.
| Apartment 1 Ma* 6798
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Hospitals
Industries
Office Buildings
Schools, Hotels
Homes.
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Detroit, Mich.
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Do Your Feet Hurt?l
t
Dr. Maurice W.
Clarke
Licensed and Registered
Chiropodist - Foot Spec
ialist, All Foot Trouble
Painlessly Treated
Arch Supports Made To
i Order.
4715 St Antoine Colombia 3803
at Forest Hoars 10 to 0
and 8 to 8 p. m.
*
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THING CARL T. STEW
ART NEW DANCE OR
CHESTRA l« now ready, Far
ilnhlng that SSAITY, TUNEFUL
Danes Mnsle For AH Occasions.
1H574 NORWOOD AVENUE
TOWN. 7-4451
Dr. E. G. Boddir
Phone TE. 1-5*49 R«*'- It
Honrs i to 1—• to •
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Gas, X-Ray, Office Assistant
541 E. Warren
BhoaeFltsToyMßlt We Deli ref
Fish and Poultry
Mark at
rWLTET. FISH AND OTSTEMS
■ Geo. W. Oaretn, Pro*.
14M t'hene street Dotroltn Bd
TFmple AIM
Dr. W.S. Holton D.C.
Dregless physfetna
IS w o*_ pwOn m _ta»
r ir»»H wi wftawia-s a. (u a
It—ltSS **
Saba" Club are as fillowa: Agnes
Booker, Theresa Dorsay, Norma
Grlffen, Kaherlne Harrie, Dorothy
Jones, Kahleen McCaughan, Lucin
da Murtlshaw, Dorothy Scott
Dorothy Sm<>son, Dorothy Soloman,
and Francis Williams. Quite a
bery of "Dorothy*” eh what?
A partial list of the fortunate
guests would cousst of the Msses
Wilma Steerkey, Marguerite Mur
ray, Marion Rawlings, Josephine
Thompson, Gertrude Sherrll, Cupie
Williams, Ernesta Jackson, Klolse
Lacen, Francis Williams, Evelyn
Soloman. Ellen Talbert, Winifred
Beck Caroline Cole, Naola Nutt
hall, Lucille Fanning, Gladys
Smith. Georgu Bass. Helen Smth,
Bea Scott, Sue Dunbar, Margarle
Do Baptist, aMron Smith, Winifred
De Grasse, the Masters, George
Cowan, Ernest Sweeny Bob Scott,
Maron Coker, Oscar Soloman, Bill
Thomas, Wendell Smith, Bill Goins,
Hank Talbert, Goldie Lloyd, Waldo
Beck, Jimmy Brown, Sam Thomas,
George Walker, John Taegue, Floyd
Penick Tom Spencer, Frank Pen
ick, Jimmy Childs, laiwrence Jef
feries and the "Mr and Mrs.” Clay
Fletcher, Robert Austin, George
Williams, Melvn Jones, Hershell
Soloman, George Sharpe, Larry
Stone, and Jap Johnson.
Hs Majesty of Rhythm. Earl
Hines, held court last Monday
morning in the wee wee hours at
Eastwood Park. His music-mad
subjects paid eager homage to the
Monarch of Melody.
Ones forced to wonder about the
veractT'Of the statement “Edward
M. Graham, 20 and Luclle Tapsico,
20“ seen in a local “Marriage
Lisence applied for” column. Oh
well —
George Walker of Kerry avenue
just back from hs very lucrative
Job in the sunny Southland gave
a very entertaining party at his
home last Sunday night. A goodly
crowd was there consisting of the
Misses Marlon Rawlings, Gertrude
Sherrill, Louise Taylor, Winifred
De Grosse, Sue Coleman, Marjorie
I)e Baptist, Dorothy Landrie Ruth
Routt, Mildred Goin, Louise
Smms, Marguerite Murray, Beatrice
Andrews, Geroviene Lauske, Eloise
lateen and the Gables —Ernest
Sweeny, Walter Hill, Harris Wil
liams, Leo Lauske, KolUft Simmons
Wills Ward, Marvn Coker, Robert
Bargen, James Ready, latrry
Bleach. Willis Coleman, Tim Rcutt
Mac McLendow, Bill Routt, Fletch
er Route, and Florence and Melvin
Jones, Spargon and Elizabeth Cros
by Desmond and Bob Orse, Larry
and Genevieve Stone and Lee and
Mildred Simmons.
Miss Gertrude Sherrill of Cle
veland, Ohio, is visiting friends on
Seminole avenue. She Is seen quite
u hit wth that charming Miss Mar
ion Rawlings of Pennsylvania
avenue, with whom she attended
school at Fisk.
The future Mrs. Edward M.
Graham, nee, Lucille Tapsico, just
w ww rr TTStrl
to Paulding, ehio where she had
and enjoyable vacation with her
Officers Urge Observance
of Traffic Rules
Tills is the sixth of a series of
articles containing sections of the
Detroit Traffic Ordinance. These
articles ure prepared for publi
cation by the First Precinct Safety
Officers of the Detroit Police De- j
partment in an effort to reduce
the disgraceful toll of deaths and j
injuries by automobiles upon the;
streets of Detroit.
Since the first of this year 196 1
persons have been killed and
8.793 injured in traffic accidents.
Detroit citizens lost many thou
sands of dollars due to property
damage in the 15;349 non-injury
accidents causes by the careless
use of automobiles.
In tliLm article we would like to
stress upon the Importance of mo
torists stopping back of the cross
walk lines. At most Intersections
lines painted on tho pavement or
metal markers set In the pavement
designate a place where pedostraln
should cross the treet We have
r.iaade a strenous effort to educate
he pedestrian to cross the street
it the ntersection on the cross
walk but we are constantly asked
he question "Why don’t yon edu
cate drivers to stop back of the
cross-walk so that pedestrians can
cross at the intersection without
lieing forced to walk out Into mov
ing traffic in front of cars that are
blocking the cross-walk?"
During the first six months of
this year 605 pedestrians were in
THE FEATHERHEADS .ASST- A Dok Tale
r 1 Vo, FANNY!! LOOKIT Trt.S II You GET THaA Ho/ ThEY'SE
I DANDY Do 6 THAT FOLLOWED | Pooch OUT OF I MO Good/ TeLL I uJ, aili« V«,i
'—-“l ME HOME// , HERE/ You rr; \ ME ONE ®ME m
UCAR ME? JAW-UISEN, t HE , p Bg GOOdV WJTH
. j t i A , __ I FAMHV— \
grand-parents.
Well lade and lassies read with
a leaa criticizing eye than usual,
because this Is Just a prelude to
better things. Bow Bolr!
BEAUTY HINTS
By Mina Temple
KEEP TIIE FATE CLEAN
Men's faces are usually in a
letter natural condition than most
vv'im n ; Ik cause they shave them
»lean. Actresses also have fine
I;-, kin: also hecuusu they kee'' them
| clean with oils; lotions and powd
er -the powder protoots the pores
frt ni duet and dirt. Learn from
tsese two facts tnat to keep the
,;uc ch un; keeps it fine and beau
tiful; never allow your face to net
•very dirty.
WANTED at one". 100 Newsboys
o earn money during vacation
line. Apply at Office.
o
JOHN B. MORRIS
70A E. Forest Ave.
Attorney-At-Law
no. ai&sftg
j STATE OF MICHIGAN. In the
I Circuit Court for the County of
Wayne, In Chancery.
| EARL SAFFORI), Plaintiff, vs.
MARY SAFFORD, Defendant.
OKOEK OF PUBLICATION
At a session of said Court held
in the Court House in the City of
Detroit, In said County and State
on the 9th day of September, A. D.
1936 Present: Honorable Allan
Campbell, Circuit Judge.
In this cause, it appearing by
affidavit on file, that the defendant
Mary Ssfford, cannot be served by
process issued out of this Court, as
she Is not a resident of the State
of Michigan; but that she resides
in the City of Cleveland, Ohio, at
No. 2278 East 55th street. Apart
ment No. 5;
On motion of John R. Morris
Attorney for the plaintiff.
IT IS ORDERED that said defen-
I
dant cause her appearance to he
entered in this cause within three
monthH from the date of this Or
der or the hill of complaint filed
herein may be taken as confessed;
AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED
that a copy of this Order lie pub
lished according to the Statute in
such case made and provided; AND
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
a copy of tills Order lie sent to said
defendant, at her last known post
office address by registered mail,
and a return receipt demanded, at
least twenty days before the date
herein prescribed for her appear
ance.
ALLAN CAMPBELL
Cir nit Judge
(A true copy)
FRANK F. BOXKOWSKI
9 14-2S -10—5-12-19-26-35
COMMISSIONERS’ NOTICE
NO. 207922
of ihe Ksihfe of
Timothy Smith, decased.
I, th undersigned, having been
jured crossing streets In tho mid
dle of the block or crossing from
between or behind parked car.
Many of these accidents may have
been caused by motorists blocking
the cros-walk thus causing ped
estrians to cross elsewhere.
Your Police Department Is ap
pealing to you motorists as good
citizens to give us your assistance i
in preventing these needless traf
fic signal or stop sign, always stop
back of the cross-walk line. By do
ing so you will be giving pedes
trians a chance to cross the street
where they are supposed to cros.
Courtesy will prevent many traf
fic accidents.
Watch for our article In next
aturday’s Issue of this paper which
will be a continuation of the Traf
fic Ordinance. May we suggest
that you read these articles care
fully and give this sltuaton your
careful ronsderaton
LANSING
(Continued from Page 2)
nre sponsoring a keno party at
1438 Roosevelt street; Sept. 14.
All are welcome.
Little James Hinton:Jr. was re
cently taken to a local hospital for
treatment of minor injuries re
ceived when he ran In front of a
cor heonglng to McKinley tn
front of tho child’s home.
THE DETROIT TRIBUN E—SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14, 1936
'appointed by the Probate Court
tor the County of Wayne, Slate of
Michigan, Commissioners to rociv
examine and adjust all claims and
demands of all persons against sai
deceased, do hereby give notice
that I will be at 911 Gratiot ave
nue, Detroit, Michigan in said
County, on Saturday the 26th day
of October, A. D. 1935, and on
Thursday the 26th day of Decem
ber, A. D. 1935, at 10:00 o’clock at
m. of each of said days, for the
purpose of examining and allowing
Haid claims, and that four inonthß
from the 26th day of August A. D.
1935, were allowed by said Court
for creditors to presnt their claims
to me for examinaton and allow
ance.
Dated August 26th, 1935.
HAROLD BLEDSOE
Commissioner.
Published In Tribune-independent
Servo on Lloyd A. Loomis
Adminstrator
9-7-14-21-35
o
Looms, Jones, Piper A Colden
A tty*. and Counselors
NO. 941676
STATE OF MIHIGAN. The ir
cuit ourt for the ounty of Wayne,
In Chancery.
james j. mcclendon and
IRENE F. McCLENDON, his wife,
Plaintiffs, vs. HENRIETTA F. R.
MOORE, DETROIT TRUBT COM
PANY, Truste of HENRIETTA F.
R. MOORE, JOHN DOE, RICHAD
ROE AND MARY DOE, or any of
ht their Agents, Servants, Em
ployes, Attorneys, Trustees, Heirs
at-Law, Legal Representatives or
any person or persons claiming in
terest under or by vrtue of the
foregong. Defendants.
OKDEB OF PUBLICATION
At a session of said Court held
held at the Court House in the
City of Detroit, County of Wayne
and state of Michigan on the 25th
day of August, A. D., 1936. Pre
sent: Honorable Robert M. Toms,
Circuit Judge.
It appearing to this Court from
affidavit on file that it cannot be
ascertained in what State and
County the defendant, Henrietta
F. R. Moore resides, nor the where
abouts of any other individual or
individuals who may have an in
terest in said property as de
scribed in the plaintiff's bill of
complaint;
IT IS ORDERED that they up
pear and answer the bill of com
plaint tiled in this cause within
three 3() months from the date of
this order, or said bill will be
taken as confessed, and that this
order be published, as required by
law, in the Tribune-Independent,
a newspaper printed, published und
circulating in said County.
ROBERT M. TOMS
Circuit Judge
(A true copy)
FRANK F. BONKOWSKI
Deputy Clerk
9-7-14-21-28; a, 12. 19
It is const-ant adveniWing
that brines results! Telephone
LIFFORD 2924
TEX \S I I I It
(Mi Sunday aft«M*ii«>on ; S* ptem
-ler x; it \try fin** tmeting of th *
Texas (’liilt of I lot roil was hold at
the lo\el\ homo of Mr. and Mrs
Alt x Non!; f*66.1 2.'lrd »tr«*t. Al
though iho woathor was consider
ably inclement a large and enthus
iastic crowd oamo out. The elet
tlon of officers took place and in
the conclusion th reof saw Induct
ed into office the following splen
did group of officers for the ensu
ing year: Mr. Itomy A. Henderson;
president; M f Elizabeth Neal;
vice president; Mrs. Ernestine
Todd; secretary; Mrs. Fred Jones;
assistant secretary; Mrs. Lula
Stein: treasurer; Attorney Herbert
L. Dudley: Legal advisor; Mr«>.
Jamo* (libt*on; reporter; Mrs. A
K. Faulkner; chairman of the
Social anti Entertainment Com
mittee; Mr. Alex Neal; chairman
of the membership committee.
The group received a very fine
letter of enchourngement from the
Editor of the Dallas Express fledg
ing the support of his paper in the
interest of the duo and mailed to
the dub a large number of the
Da Ha* Express copies. Referah,-
incuts wers served: following
which the meeting adjourned to
meet again Sunday afternoon after
noon at 5:00 P. M.; Sept. 22nd at
626 Owen tun'd.
Reporters of Church Activities
Mease Get Their Copy in by Mon
day Morning
LEGAL NOTICES
NO. 916690
STATE OF MICHIGAN,
ss
County of Wayne,
At a session of the Probate Court
for said County of Wayne, held ut
the Probate Court Room in the City
of Detroit, on the twentieth day of
August in the yar one thousund
nine hundred und thirty five. Pre
sent Edward Commundfi Judge of
Probate.
In the Matter of the Etstate of
Hein Brantley, deceased. On read
ing and filing the petition of Ber
tie Lyle pruying that administra
tion of ’Baid estate be granted to
herself or some other suitable.
It is ordered. That the third duy
of October, next at ten o’clock in
the forenoon at said Court Room
he appointed for hearing said peti
tion.
And jt is further Ordered. That
a copy of ths order be published
thre successive weeks prvious to
said time of hearing, in the Tribune
Independent a newspaper printed
and circulating in said'County of
Way*.
EDWARD COMMAND
Judge of Probate
(A true copy)
EVERETT BRUCE
Deputy Probate Register
8-31-97-14
o
Looms, Jones, Piper A Colden
Attorneys and Counselors
NO. 934170
STATE OF MICHIGAN. The Cir
cuit Court for the County oj Wayne
In Chancery.
MINNIE YANY, Plaintiff, vs.
KARL YANCY, Defendant.
ORDER O FPIBLICATION
At a session of said Court held
at the Court House on the 13 day
of August, A. D., 1935. Present,
Honorable Allan Campbell, Circuit
Judge.
It appearing to this Court from
affidavit on file that it cannot be
ascertained in what State and
County the defndant not resides;
IT IS ORDERED that lie ap
pear and answer the bill of com
plaint in tills cause within iliree
(3) months from the date of tills
Order .or said Dill will lie taken as
confessed, anil that this Order be
published as required by law in
die Tribune-Independent, a news
paper printed, published and cir
culating in said County.
ALLAN CAMPBELL
Circuit Judge
(A trm* copy)
W. PLATE IN
Deputy Clerk
8-31 917-14-21-28 10-12, 1935
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ATTY. S. J. FLANAGAN
NO..
STATE OF MICHIGAN. In the
Circuit Court for the County of
Wayne, In Chancery.
JESSIE ADAMS. Plaintiff, vs.
MAOOIE ADAMS. Defndant.
OKDIIt OK Pl'lll.lK \TION
At a session of said Court held
at the Court House of the City of
Detroit, in the County of Wayne
and State of Michigan, on the 20th
day of August A. I)., 1936. Present.
Hon. Thomas J. Murphy, Circuit
Judge.
It appearing to this Court from
affidavit on file In this cause, and
attached hereto thut the residence
of the dfendnnt. Maggie Ackims is
unknown, and upon diligent search
und inquiry it cannot be ascer
tained where the defendant now
resides, and therefore she cannot
he served by proems out of this
Court; ;
On motion of S. J. Flanagan, at
torney for the Plantiff,
IT IS ORDERED that the said
Maggie Adams, the dfendant here
in. enter or cause to be entered her
appearance In the abov said causo
within three months frim date here
of. or the said Bill of Complaint
filed herein will bo taken as con
! fessed. and It is further Ordered
! thut a copy of ths Order be sent to
! the defe’idant at her last known
regdence. or address by regstered
mail, and that a like copy be pub
lished according to law.
THOMAS J. MURPHY
Circuit Judgo
CLYDE MARKI.AND
Deputy Clerk
Dated: Detroit. August 20th, 1935.
8-31 9-7-14-21-28—6—12
ATTY. CHAS. R. PERKINS
527 E. Warren
NO. 244669
BTATE OF MICHIGAN. In the
Circuit Court for the County of
Wayne, In Chancery.
JOHN UPSHAW, Plaintiff, vs.
LKOLA UPSHAW, Defendant.
At a session of said Court held
at the Court House in the City of
Detroit, in said County on the CtL
day of August, A. D., 1936. Present
Honorable Homer Ferguson, Cir
cut Judge.
It satisfactorily appearing by af
fidavit on file that the said de
fendant's residence is uuknowu
ami it cannot be ascertained after
diligent search and inquiry.
On motion of Charles It. Perkins,
Attorney for plaintiff;
IT IS ORDERED that the said
defendant appear und answer the
Bill of Complaint filed in this
cause, within three months from
the date of this order or said bill
may be taken as confessed agains;
her and that this order be publish
ed according to law and a copy
thereof mailed to the said defen
dant at her last known address.
HMER FERGUSON
Circuit Judge
(A true copy)
FRANK F. BONKOWSKI
o
A TTY: St J: FLANAGAN
NO: 242520
STATE OF MICHIGAN: In the
Circuit Court for the County of
Wayne; In Chancery:
GEOZELIA FOX; Plaintiff; vs
WILLIE FOX; Defendant:
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
On this 23 day July A: D 1936 at
a session of said Court held at the
Cour House at the City of Detroit
In the County of Wayne: Present
Honorable Harry B: Keidan; Cir
cuit Judge:
It appearing from affidavit on
•tile that the defendant; Willie Fox
is not a reshPnt of the State of
Michigan and hat lie rannot be
served with process out of this
Court; Icit that his lust known ad
dress was Laurel; Mississippi:
<)ti motion of S: .1 Flanagan; at
t u i:cy for th Plaintiff;
IT IS ORDERED that the defen
dent; Willie Fox appear before this
Court and answer the Hill of Com
plaint filed in this cause within
three iiit ait Its from dal*, of this or
der; or said Pill will hr taken as
confessed;
IT IS FURTHERED that a copy
of this order be served or published
according to law; and a copy be
sent by registered mail to the de
fendant's last known address:
HARRY R KEIDAN
Circuit Judge
W PLATKIN
Deputy Clerk
o
ATTY OSCAR SMITH
NO. 2426X1
STATE OF MICHIGAN. In the
Circuit Court for the County of
Wayne, In Cixnct r.
INEZ WALKER. Plaintiff, vs.
ALBERT WALKER, Defendant.
OItDKK OF PUBLICATION
At a session of said < ourt held
in the Court House in t'te City of
Detroit, County of Wayne ond
State of Michigan 14th day of Au
gust. A. I). 1936. Present: Hon.
Allan Campbell, Circuit Judge
In this cause, it appoaiM.g that
tho defendiKit Albert Wal'-er. has
no permanent address, and bis
whereabouts, at present. i« un
known and cannot be astertained,
it is orderul that the .-.a'd defen
dant, Albert Walker, apptv • cud
answer the bill of complaint filed
in this cause, within three months
from Hie date of this ordtr. and in
the event of his failure so to do.
tlie said bill of complaint will be
luken as confessed by him It is
further ordered that a copy of this
order ba publisncd according to
law and hlbo, that a copy of tUiin
order be sent by registered mail
to said defendant, at his last
known address,
ALLAN CAMPBELL
Criuit Judge
A true oop>•
*’ PLATKI.
Deputy Clerk
8-24-31 —9-14-21-28—10-5
—— i> ■
NO. 216296
STATE OF MICHIGAN.
SB.
County of Wayne.
At u session of the Probate Court
for said County of Wayne, held at
the Probate Court Room in the
City of Detroit, on the thirteenth
dav of August in the year one thou
sand nine hundred und thirty five.
Present 1> J. Heuly Jr, Judge of
' Probate.
Id the Matter of the Estate ot
Ida Roberts, deceased. On reading
and filing the petition of William
Mitchell praying that administra
tion of said estate be granted in
him or some other suitable
person
It Is ordered. That the nineteenth
day of September, next at two
o'clock in the afternoon at said
Court Room he appointed for hear
ing said petition.
And it is further Ordered, Thut
a copy of this order be published
three successive weeks previous to
said time of hearing, in the Tri
bune-Independent, a newspaper
•printed uni circulating in said
County of Wayne.
D. J. MEALY Jr
Judge of Probate
(A true copy)
THATCHER HOWARD
Deputy Probate Regster
Aug. 24-31—Sept. 7th, 1835
Deputy Clerk
Aug. 10-1-24-31—Sept. 7-14
NO. 140964
STATE OF MICH WAN,
County of Wayol,
At a session of the Probate Court
for said County of Wayne, held at
the Probate Court Room in the
City of Detroit, on the fifth day of
August in the year one thousand
nine hundred thirty fllve. Present
Thomas C. Murphy, Judge of Pro
bate.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Henry McClendon, Deceased. On
reading and filing the petition,
duly verified, of Lloyd A. Loomis,
administrator of said estate pray
ing that he be lcensed to sell cer
tain real estate of said deceased
for the purpose of paying t he!
debts of said deceased and the 1
charges of administering sail
estate and for distribution.
It is Ordered, That the twentieth'
day of September, next at ten
o’clock in the forenoon, at said
Court Room be appointed for hear
ing said petition, and that all per- 1
sons nterested in said estate ap-'
pear before said Court at said time
and place to show cuuse yhv a
license should not he grurted to
said adfinistrutor. to sell real cs-'
late as pdayed for in said petition
And it in further Ordered, That a
copy of ths order be published and
three successive weeks previous to
time of hearing in thi Tribune
lmlpendcnt a newspaper printed
an dcirculuting In said County of
Wayne.
THOMAS C. MURPHY
Judge ot Probate
(A true copy)
CARL J. LANO
Deputy Probate Register
8-17-24-31
o
NO. U 01757
STATE OF MICHIGAN,
BS.
County of Wayne.
At a session of tin the Probate
Court for said County of Wayne,
held at the Probate Court Room
in the City of Detroit, on the twen-,
tieth du> of August in the yar one!
thousand nine hundred and thirty
live. Present Edward Command.
Judge of Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of,
Walter Owen Alien. deceased.;
Gladys Allen, administratrix of;
said estate, having rendered to this!
Court her first and final account j
atul filed therewith a petition pray-:
lug that the residue of said estate
he assigned to the persons entitled
thereto.
It Is ordered. That the twenty
ninth day of October, next at ten
o'clock in the forenoon at said
Court Room he appointed for ex
amining and allowing said account,
and hear iag said petition.
And It Is further Ordered. That a
copy of this order he published
three successive weeks previous to
said time of hearing, in the Tribune
Independent a newspaper printed
and crculating In said County of
j Wave.
EDWARD COMMAND
Judge of Probate
(A true copy!
jEVERETT BRUCE
I Deputy Probate Rgister
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PAGE SEVEN
HO. SIMM
STATE OF MICHIGAN,
■a.
County of Wuyne,
At a session of the Probate Court
for Baid County of Wu)iic, held at
the Probute Court ltooni in the
City of Detroit, on the fifteenth day
of August in the year one thou*
aand nine hundred and thirty five
Present I>. J. Healy Jr.. Judge of
Probate.
In the Mutter of tlie Estute of
Benjamin F*. Johnson.dec cased. On
reading and filing the petition of
Kssic F. Johnson playing that ud
ininlHt ration of Ha id estate l>e
granted to himself or some other
suitable person.
I It is ordered. That the twenty
fourth day of September next at
two o’clock in the afternoon, at
said Court Koom be appointed for
hearing said petition.
And it is further Ordered, That
a copy of this order !*• published
three successive weeks previous to
said time of bearing. In the Tribune
Independent a newspaper printed
and circulating in said County of
Wayne.
D. J. HEALY, JR.
Judge of Probste
(A trus copy)
CARL V. LANO
Deputy Probate Register
NO. 40A97&.
STATE OF MICHIGAN.
SS.
County of Wayne.
At s session of the Probate Court
for said County of Wayne, held at
the Probate Court Room in the
City of Detroit, on the fifteenth day
of Aug. in the year one thousand
nine hundred and thirty-five. Pre
sent Thomas C. Murphy, Judge of
Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Carrie McAlphine Alias Carrie Mc-
Alphine, dceased. Lloyd Loomis,
administrator of said estate, hav
ing rendered to this Court his first
and finnl account and filed there
with a petition praying that the
said administrator be allowed ad
ditional compensation as a fee .for
extraordinary services performed
in administering saivl estate and
that the residue of said estate be
assigned to the persons entitled
thereto.
it is ordered, That the twenty
seventh day of September next at
ten o’clock in the forenoon at said
Court Room he appointed for ex
amining and allowing said account
hearing said petition.
And It is further Ordered That
a copy of this order be published
three successive weeks previous
to said time of hearing In the Tri
bune Independent a newspapej
printed and circulating in salt
j County of Wayne.
/ THOMAS C. MURPHJ
Judge of Probate
J (A true copy)
CARL F LANG
Deputy Probate Rgister
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S. J. FLANAGAN
Attorney-at-Law
1816 F. Davison Ave.
NO.
STATE OF MICHIGAN In tho
Circuit Court for the County of
Wayne. In Chancer>.
ISAAC ROBINSON. Plantff vs
DAISY ROBINSON. Defendant.
OltDFIt OF PimiATION
At a season of the said Court
held on the 26th day of August A.
D. 935 at the ourt House at the
City of Detroit in the County of
Wayne and State of Michigan. Pre
sent: Hon. Robert M. Toms. Cir
cuit Judge.
It appearing form the affidavit
on file in tills cause before this
Court, that the residence of the
defendant Daisy Robinson Is un
known. and upon diligent search
and inquqiry from and among
friends and acquaintences, it can
not be ascertained where the de
fendant now resides, whereupon
she cannot b, served with process
out of this Court:
On motion of S. J. Flanagan. At
torney for Plaintiff:
IT IS ORDERED the said Daisy
Robinson, the defendant herein,
enter her appearance ,or cause
same to be entered in the above
said cause within three months
from date hereof, or the said Bill
of Complaint filed In said cause
will be taken as confessed; And it
is further Ordered that a copy of
this order be sent to the defend
ant’s last known address, and a
Ike copy be puhlshed accordng to
law n such cases made and pro
rded.
ROBERT M TOMS
Circuit Judge
(A true copy)
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Dsfrsty CMrk
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