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Bt ARtoina Street, Corner Colombit Clifford S9S4
JACK BLACKBURN STORY
CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE
(Continued fnmi rage 1)
Says Money Paid Oat
“We have Information to hl>ow
that money was passed during the
inquest ut the county morgue on
November 1 and we are also in
possession of Information as to
the manner In which the four guns
used were disposed of. This Is ho
serious that we will present these
findings to the Civil Service Com
mission.
At the inquest the coroner's of
fice spent six full hours, from 2 p.
m. to 8 p. m. to reach the verdict.
Witnesses testified as to how
Blackburn and Bowman had be.
come involved in a fist fight in the
rear of Bowman's home at 365 EL
67th street in which Blackburn
was badly beaten.
These same witnesses told of
Blackburn and his companion
William Parnell, leaving the scene
only to return later to get Into a
shooting scrape with Bowman who
ran out in front of his home when
his sweetheart, Victoria Ricard,
screamed to allegedly prevent
Blackburn and Parnell from shoot
ing Edward Ellis. The latter is
Bowmans nephew and was present
when Blackburn was beaten up.
Blackburn, it seems, wanted to
Inspect a garage In the rear of
Bowmans house with the idea of
purchasing it An argument start
ed and Bowman knocked the train
er down.« Witnesses testified that
10 shots were fired, one of which
struck Mr. Houser who was walk
ing down the street, and another
which hit Lucy Cannon, a nine
year old girl. However, police of
'•flcerß headed by Detectives Harold
Colander and James Wonlfe were
finable to ttnd any of the four guns
said to have been used and none (
of the bullets.
Ilullets Disappear*
One of the bullets was said to
have rayaterously disappeared af
ter It dropped from Houser’s
clothing onto the floor of the
operating room at Provident hos
pital. All through the Inquest I
Deputy Coroner (Irani, and Attor
neys Clayton. Richurd K. West
brooks, representing Bowman, and
Attorney W. W. O’Brien, white,
counsel for Blackburn and Par
nell, wrangled bitterly. Clayton ex
ploded a bombshell by asking the
police what became of the guns
and the bullets.
Immediately after the verdict
was returned, Mr. Rruseaux was
retained in the matter. Blackburn
Bowman. Parnell and Ellis are to
be arraigned In Felony cpurt on
November 19 on charges of assault
wtttl lalrat to MU.
SPECIAL* NOTICE
We do not incorporate in club
news and other social items, cards
of thanks, as cards of thanks are
forms of advertisement which
must be paid for.
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YOU
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lith, and shows extraordinary per
sonal care in every detail, you will
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ing Departmeni make your job
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No job too iSmall, no job
too large.
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POSTAL ALLIANCE TO
HOLD MEETING
Tlu> Detroit Branch of the Nu
iional Costal Alliance will hold Its
regulur monthly meeting, Sunday,
Nov. 17, at 3 p. m., at the Bt. An
toine Y. M. C. A. Business of Im
portance will be discussed, includ
ing plans for the harvest festival
which will be held at Guild Hall,
3111 Elmwood, Saturday, Dec. 7.
All members are urged to at
tend the meeting. T. R. Solomon Is
president of the organisation; A. G.
Fletcher, publicity agent.
Legal Notice
WILLIAM T. PATRICK, SR.
Attorney and Counsellor At Law
1471 Bennblen Street
HO. 24NS6S
STATE OF MICHIGAN. In the
Circuit Court for the county of
Wayne, In Chancery.
NORA LEE SAVAGE, Plaintiff,
vs. CHARLIE BAVAGH. Defend
ant.
ORDER 10 APPEAR I
At u session of the above entitl
ed Court held in the County Build
ing in the City of Detroit, County
of Wayne, and Btate of Michigan,
on the Ist day of November. A. D..
1935. Present.' Honorable Theodore
J. Richter, Circuit Judge.
it appearing from affidavit on
file that the residence of the De
fendant. Charlie Savuge, Is un
known. and that the last known
address of the Defendant was at
Birmingham. Alabama, Care (ien
era! Delivery;
On motion of Wiilium T. Pat
rick. Sr.. Attorney for the plain
tiff. IT IS ORDERED that the De
fendant, Charlie Savage, enter his
appearance, in this cause within
three months from the day or this
order.
It Is further ordered that a true
copy of this order be mailed to the
last known address of the Defen
dant by registered mail, return re
ceipt requested and that a copy of
this order be published in a news
paper, in and for the County of
Wayne, as required by law.
THEODORE J. RICHTER
Circuit Judge
iA true copy)
FRANK F. BONKOWBKI
Deputy Clerk
11-16-23-30; 12-7-14-21-28
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■picul lonct
' Wt 4o sol laaorpuruts la «lab
■«ws aatf attar ssidal Nhm, cards
of. thanks aa sards af fbanks ara
forms of advsrtlssmsat driefe
must ba paid far.
HmxrjOwffng
AS t VI S IONED
„In the dtrmtal
w Ramon 'JkWmwt
B. M. M.—Will (his woman stay
on this place next year?
Ans: The woman who is staying
on Ihe place where you live seems
to be interested in the man who
Is staying there, and I believe that
Is the only reason she is staying
there —It is my impression that
she won’t be their next year for
she’ll realise that she doesnt stand
a chance with him.
D. H.—After I finish school
shoild I carry oat my plans!
Ans: It would be a wise Idea for
you to return home after you com
plete your education —Youll'll be
able to carry out your plans a lit
tle later on.
V. R. B.—ls my husband guilty
as this girls says he Is!
Ans: Your husband Is very true
to you and hasn’t had anything to
do with this girl—She Is trying to
accuse him of something which he
Is innocent of for she thinks she
CAN WIN HIM THAT WAY.
A. J. J.—Will I ever be able to
work again and marry again!
Ans: I am very happy to predict
that during 1936 you'll find a Job
that will be steady and will pay
a good salary—You won’t get mar
ried again however, for It seems
that there will be a reconcilllation
between you and your wife.
I. X. B.—-l»o you think I should
go to the hospital about my trou
ble, or what would you advise me
to dot
Ans; It will not be necessary for
you to go to the hospital for you
can get just as good treatment
at the CLINIC for your eye. Let
the doctor take charge of your
eye, as was suggested to you, for
these treatments include an opera
Mon if it is necessary.
Q. Y. J. I would like to know
if I will he aide to Inn this home!
Ans: Not any time during tin
NOTICES .lour question will be answrered .FREE In this column
UXLI when the heading of this .column Is .Inclosed with lour
Question, lour Full .Name, Hlrthdate, und Correct .Address. For
Private Kepi) send foe and a self-addressed envelope tor my New
Istrolog) heading mid receipt by return mull my FREE ADVICE
on three Questions Send letters to RAMON, The Mentallst, care
of The Detroit Tribune, 2146 Bt. Antolnt, Detroit, Mich.
HAMTRAMCK NEWS
By Leßoy G. White 3051 Yemans Street
Have You Subscribed?
We are glad to note an increase in the circulation of
your newspaper, the Detroit Tribune in Hamtramck as re
sults of the Hamtramck office's drive to boost the circu
lation of the paper. Howevr we are not yet satisfied with
the result and are urging all of those whose subscrip
tion have expired to renew them with William Brooks, Jr.,
tion have xpired to renew in Hamtramck at 1733 Commer
street or with Leßoy G. White at 3051 Yemans stret
Neoly Weds Home
) Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pulge huve
returned frrm their honey moon
which lasted one week. The cou
ple will make their home with tb 1 *
groom's si tor. Mrs. Aden Jackson
ol Helmont street. Mrs. Paige Is
the firmer Miss Maude Morris
Morrisons Ite-Wed
Mrs. Fllsnbeth Morrlron and Dr
(!. W. Morrison who were dfvo:.
ud last spring were remarried
[ November pth after nearly si::
, months of seneratlon. The Morri
son a will reside at their former
residence on Jos. Tampan avenue.
They have one daughter. Betty
Mae Morrison.
Troutman Try* For Team
Leonard H. Troutman whose tine
Forensic activities at the Ham- (
tramck High School last year
brought for both him nnd the
school honor, made his hid this
week for a place on the Wayne
University freshman team. The out
oome of his bid Is awaited
Korekn A. Bailee
A large crowd utteuded a dunce
given by the Eureka A. A. Club
at the International Hall on last
Friday evening. Mrs. M Reid Is
secretary for the club.
Inventor Dies
Arthur Trondo Sr., Humtramck
only colored Inventor is dead. Mr.
Trondo died lust week In a hos
New Ford V-8 Body Type Ideal for Touring
f-K >v >s ' '^v :
THE FORD V-f Tudor Touring Sodas tor lttt,
illuatratod above, provides easy riding comfort and
plenty of room for the family. The built-in trank to
a groat coavoalmto oa toag trips, gottiag loggago
THE DETROIT TRIBUN E—SATURDAY NOVEMBER 16. 1985
next. year. A home in u good way
to Invent money, but you Just can't
afford It yet. J advise you to at
least WAIT UNTIL YOUR HUS
BAND GETS A JOB.
M. L. H. -I would like to know if
this man I am In love with will
keep going with met
Ana: Your friend la planning to
go away in the very near future,
and that will put a atop to your
friendabip with him. You’ll com
pletely forget him before he re
turna.
L. W. P.—Does my girl friend
love me aa other people think f
Ana: Don’t pay any attention to
what other people think. Ita what
your girl friend aaya and doeß that
counts. She hasn’t hardly been go
ing with you long enough to fall
in love with you but she does like
you rather well.
D. B. F. —Will I be benefWod If
I consider a doctor?
Ana: Cery much. You need medi
cal attention to correct the trou
ble that is causing you to feel bad
all the time. You're not in bad
health and you should take cure
of yourself.
B. Er— Is my boy friend In love
with me and Is he true to me?
Ans: He Is neither in love with
you are true to you. You have a
hoy friend that is rather ricklc and
1 lie hasn’t made up his mind just
which girl he had rather choose
i for his STEADY. IVin’t waste much
time on him.
V. C.—Will you tell me hew
long I will held my present |M»sl-
Hen ?
Ans: If you would try to hold
your position and forgot about
success of this Job. You won't have
si much better chante of making i*
success of this Job You wont have
to worry about this position tor at
least another year.
pitul from a hack ailment. Al
j though he had Invented many
valuable things he had no been
j able to reap the benefit of his in
-1 ventlc ) because of the trickery of
large concerns. At the time of his
death there was a suit pending in
federal court at Cincinnati against
one of the railroad companies.
ii.in 1,. T cXi «'c,
Lyman Association
i
The l<yiiiau AssutiuLou h. id a
,vei> smit.-.Sitii .-ts.dou wlili Irs.
( I.i.Iiol: i, 0:1 Pang." street, as
sisted by Mcsdames Harper and
nibblns. A toothsome repnst wa*«
served
The eftlHent president. Mrs. II
Harberd, and Mrs. Louise Tibbs
heard and recorded the splendid
reports of committees nnd e •hoes
of executive board meetings
Plans were made for celebrating
the thirtieth anniversary of the
association, with a banquet ut
Bethel A. M. K. Church, on Dec.
12.
Members of the club, who are on
the sick list, are Mrs Marin Watts,
Montclair street; and Mrs. Amelia
Rrown, of Scotten avenue.
SUPPORT YOUR HOME TOWN
PAPER IT TALKS - WORKB
FICJHTS FOR YOU.
oat of the way of passengers. Tho bucket-typo front
tools ore rootful and tho rear seat la wido and
voooiy. Tho rastloao stool running hoard moulding
adds a touch of individuality.
THEODORE ROOSEVELTS
COACH DRIVER DIES
Urontw ood. Md (AN I’) Fun
eral services for Jules Wheeler
who drove the White House carri
age during the administration of
the lute Theodore Roosevelt, and
who died here Monday after a
brief Illness, were held here Wed
nesday with friends of both races
gathered around the funeral build
ing.
Wheeler, who was 69 years old
when he died, was for a number
of years a wellknown character
around the various offices in the
nation’s capital, having served as
messenger for live Secretaries of
the Treasury, including MacVeagh,
McAdoo, Glass, Houston and Mel
lon. He was returned a year ago
and since his retirement has liv
ed here with his family. Hlb death
LEGAL NOTICES
ATTY. HENRY H. TARRANT
471 Gratiot
NO. 844499
STATE OF MICHIGAN. In the
Circuit Court for the County of
Wayne, In Chancery.
ELIZABETH BRANDON. Plain
tiff, vs. JOHN n RAN DON, De
fendant.
At U session of the Circuit Court
held at the Court House in the
City of Detroit; County of Wayno;
and State of Michigan on tba 18th
day of September; 1986. Present.
The Hon. Adolph F. Marachner;
Circuit Judge.
It appearing from affidavit on
file that the residence of the defen
dant; John Brandon; Is unknown:
1 that the last known address of the
defendant was (222 South PmK
way; In the City of Chicago, State
lof Illinois, on motion of Henry H.
Tarrant, attorney for the plaintiff.
It Is Ordered that the defendant,
enter his appearance in this cause
within three months from th n day
of this order.
It Is Further Ordered that a
copy of this order he mailed ' > the
last known address of the .defen
dant by registered mall y.; requir
'd by law that this orde v he pub
lished as required by law.
ADOLPH K MAKSCHXLU
Circul* Judge
(A true copy)
FRANK F BONKOWBKI
Deputy Clerk
j 10-5-12-19-26-11-2-9-16
A TTY. CHARLES R. PERKINS
*27 E. Warren Ave.
NO. 247407
STATE OF MICHIOAN. In the
Circuit Court for the County of
NVayne, lu Chancery.
' ROBERT YOUNG. Plaintiff, vs.
I EVERKK YOUNG. Defendant.
At a session of said Court, h< Id
; at the Court House in the City of
[ Detroit, In the said County on the
14th day ol October, A. D., I'.* 16.
Present, Honorable Arthur Web-,
ster, Cln .It Judge
In this cause. It appearing by j
affidavit on file that the defendant.
Kvoree Young, cannot be served bj J
process issued out of this Court as :
she Is not a resident in tile State
of Michigan, hut resides In Mu
, City of New York, County of
Queens and State of New York.
» On motion of Charjes R Pv
'kins. Attorney for the plaintiff,
i IT is ORDERED, that the de
fendant. Kverve Young, appear and
i answer the Hill of Complaint filed
Jin this cause within three months
C >r *’ic '•f *b' opt >»• nr that
‘•-■••id 'till will he taken as con
sued and that this order he puh
listied in tin* Detroit Tribune and
< op> thereof served upon the
.< > •tuaui n> iagi.ster<.il in.«ii as
required by law.
ART ;•••; >7,.-- ti:r
Circuit .fudge
( ' true copy)
FRANK F HONKOWSKI
Deputy Clerk
Oct. 19. 26; Nov. 2. 9. It*. 22. 20
o
Attys. Loomis. Jones, Pl|M>r and
(’olden
NO. 210
STATE OF MICHIGAN.
SB.
County of Wayne,
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 Twen-1
ly first day of October In the year ‘
ono thousand nine hundred and
thirty five. Present Edward Com
mand. Judge of Probute.
In the Matter of the Estate of
was a distinct shock not only to
Ills family hut to his hundreds, of
friends throughout the country.
WHOOPEE TWELVE CLUB
Mrs. Minnie Evans was hostess
to tho Ylub last Friday night. All
members were present, also sev
eral visitors, including Mrs. Estel
lu Johnson, of Grosse Pointe, Miss
Myrtle Scott, of Evansville, 111.;
und little Donald Moore. Mrs.
Johnson gave an interesting talk
on behalf of the club.
The hnste«H regaled the mem
bers and guests with refreshments.
The next hostess will be Ruth
Goodwin,
Robert Benjamin (R n.) Bell, de
ceased. Instruments in writing
purporting to be the last will and
testament of said deceased having
been delivered to this Court for
Probate and Bennie Venetta Bell
McLendon having filed therewith
a petition praying that administra
tion with the will annexed of said
Estate be granted to Henry L.
Thompson or some other suitable
person.
It is ordered. That the twenty
sixth day of November, next at ten
o'clock in the forenoon at said
Court Room be appointed for hear
ing said petition.
And it is further Ordered, That
a copy of this order be published
three successive weeks previous to
said tinu* of hearing, in the Tri
bune independent u newspaper
printed ami circulating in said
County of Wayne.
EDWARD COMMAND
Judge of probate
A true copy)
EVER ITT BRUCE
Deputy Probate Regster
11-2—ll-16
ATTY. CHARLES R. PERKINS
527 E. Warren Avenue
NO. 21*294
STATIC OF MICHIGAN. In the
Circuit Court for the County of
Wayne. In Chancery.
ALICE BATES, Plaintiff, rs.
WILLIAM G. BATES, Defendant.
At a session of said Court held
at the Court House In the City of
Detroit, In the said County on the
4th day of November, A. D., 193 ft.
Present: Thomas J. Richter,
Circuit Judge.
In this- cause. It appearing by
aftidavit on file that the defendant,
William G. Bates, cannot be set ved,
by process issued out of this
Court as he ia not a resident of
the State of Michigan, but resides
lin the City of Birmingham. County
|of Jefferson and Slate of Alaba-j
l nix.
| On iiiOvioii of Charles 11. Perkins,
, Attorney for the. plaintiff,
IT iS ORDERED, that the d*-
fondant, William G. Bales, appear
ami answer the Ilill of Complaint
dkd m this cause vILAa three
im.nliis troui ti>t date of this or
der, or ihai said bill will l>e taken
as couftosed and ihal th.-- order
be publish'd in the Del. and, Tri
b.ine ami a i. ,i .he....' . . ved
upon the defendant o> r *gi tered
mail a.s required by law.
THEODORE J. RICHTER
Circuit Judge
(A trite copy)
FRANK F. BONKOWSKI
IV puty clerk
11-9-16-23-30 12-7 14-21
A TTY. S. J. FLANAGAN
NO. £48214
STATE OF MICHIGAN. In the
Circuit Court for the County of
Wayne, In Chancery.
FRANCES FEARS. Plaintiff vs.
ARTHUR FEARS, Defendant.
OKDFR OF PUBLICATION
At u session of said Court held
at the Court House of the County
Building in the City of Detroit,
Wayne County Michigan on the Ist
day of November, A. D. f 1935. Pre
sent; Hon. Theodore J. Richter,
Circuit Judge.
It appearing from affidavit on
file In the above cause that the
residence of Arthur the de
fendant herein cannot be served
by process issued out of this Court,
as he is not a resident of the
state of Michigan, hut that his last
known residence was in Cook
I County, Chicago. Illinois;
On motion of S. J. Flanagan, At
torney for the Plaintiff
IT IS ORDERED that the said
defendant Arthur Fears appear
and answer the Bill of Complaint
filed herein within three i3>
months from date of this order, or
that said Rill will be taken as con.
fessed, and that this order be pub
lished according to the rules of
this Court, nnd that a copy there
of he mailed to the defendant at
his last known address by regis
tered mail a** required by law.
THEODORE J. RICHTER
Circuit Judge
(A true ropy)
FRANK F RONKOWBKI
Deputy Clerk
V 11-9-IG-23-S©—l2-7*14-21
ATTY. TW .i.KS R. I'FRKINS
•IS7 K. Warren Ave.
NO. 84H4SH
STATK OF MICHIGAN In the
Circuit Court for the County of
Wayne. In Chancery.
BMMBTT WILDER. Plaintiff,
vs. LORBTKR WILDER Defen
dant.
At a session of said Court held
at the court House In the City of
Detroit, in the said County on the
7th day of November, A. D.. It3&.
Present: Honorable Theodore J.
Richter. Circuit Judge.
In thin chum. It appearing be af
fidavit on file that the defendant.
Wilder, cun not be served
by process Issued out of this Court
as sbe la not a resident of the
State of Michigan, but resides in
the City of Orlando, County, of
Orange and State of Florida
On motion of Charles It. Per
kins, Attorney for the plaintiff.
IT IS ORDERED. that the de
fendunt, Ivoretei Wilder, atipear
ami answer the Bill of Complaint
filed in this causa within three
months from the date of this order,
or that said Bill will be takeu as
confessed and that this order be
published in the Detroit Tribune
und a copy thereof served upon the
defendant by registered mail as re
quired by law.
THBODORK J RICHTER
Circuit Judge
(A true copy)
FRANK F BONKOWSKI
Deputy Clerk
11-16-23-30 — 12-7-14-21-28
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PAGE SEVEN
At a session of the Probais
Court for said County of Wayae,
held at the Probate Court Room la
the City of Detroit, on the fourth
day of November in the year one
thousand nine hundred and thirty
five. Present Thomas C Murphy.
Judge of Probate
In the Matter of the Estate of
l,cwis K Smith, deceased. On read -
inr and tiling the petition of Ida
(i. postles praying that adminis
tration de bonis non with the will
annexed of said estate be granted
to William L. Postles or some oth
er suituhle person.
It is ordered. That the tenth day
of December, next at ten o’clock
in the forenoon at said Court Room
he appointed for hearing said pe
tition.
And it is further Ordered,, That
a copy of this order be published
three successive weeks pf«Tl°oe
to said time of hearing. » the
Detroit Tribune a newspaper
printed and circulating in said
County of Wayne.
THOMAS C. IfURPHT
Judge of Probate
(A true copy)
EVERETT BRUCE
Deputy Probate Register
11-11-28-W

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