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FACING THE JUDGE
By Im«c Jones The 50-year-old widow of a deceased police detective hud an unusual experience recently while on a "date” with a man whom she had known about 15 years. ine woman w>»asc name is wiUineld. ttuuuucu 10 l\c cold er s juu & c v>. uicivay Suniuiun that she went to a rooming house on G.im Hancock, with her Iricnd on .‘idiiti l. me wouiwn sum wtiue sue was in the bath room, she iitfurd a snapping sound ot tier purse, whim was an indication mat the purse was being ciosed in a hurry. "As 1 started back to the room,' explained tne bewndeud woman, ‘1 saw my lrienu toiiig out. He told me tnut tie was go ing to the store to get some so da pop, and woum oe back shortly. ’ the woman said she examin ed tier purse and discoveied $iU9 was missing. "1 dmn t see him take my money, but t khosv it was in my purse, \\ e we're only ones in tne room and he dutn t return alter leaving.” Ine woman said her "date” left her penniless. ■ 1 walked to Woodward Station and reported the incident to po lice.” ihe defendant. Lonnie Clark, 50. of 6067 Hartford, denied the charges. Meantime. Detective George Burnete of Woodward Station said he took Clark and two other prisoners to the rooming house tor a private show up. with the owner ot the rooming house, who is an invalid, who said Clark was not the man who ac companied the woman to her looming house on the night of the alleged theft. Judge Skillman touiul Clark not guilty So the complainant lost another round in her of forts to recover her money. John Perry, a Ford Motor Com pany employee, and his estrang ed wife. Mrs Bessie Perry had a "battle-of-words ' last week in Recorder's Court before Record « is Judge W McKay Skillman. They rocked the court with laughtei. Perry. 37. of 7441 Brush, was charged with nonsupport. He plead not guilty k o the charge Mrs. Perry. 34. of 6580 Helen, said her husband paid 525 week ly. for the support of their three children, which was insufficient. The Adjustment Division of the iourt had ordered Perry to in crease his payments to $45 a week, which he had refused. Perry told the court: “Mv wife walked off and left me and two of our small kids in 1955 She refused to return." She started living with Charles Robinson, who is the father of her other two childern." Further investigation disclos ed that Mrs Perry has been re ccjving ADC aid since 1961 A spokesman said Perry earned $7.136 54 last year at his place of employment T - •■’!•. urned in 1952 and separated in 1955. Perry was to.mo guilty and NORTHERN MICHIGAN REAL ESTATE Courteous and alert Service on .. . LAKE AND RIVER PROPERTIES, PRI VATE LAKES, LOTS, SUMMER HOMES, SKI AREA SITES, CLUB PROPERTIES, LARGE TRACTS, LANDS FOR SUB-DIVI SION - MOTELS, ETC. Write for information today. All quality properties. Is there some specific kind of real estate that you are In* forested in? Let me hear from you. Fred T. Roussin, Real Estate 217 E. MASON ST., CADILLAC, MICH. frjf£- ! »j H .(C/It i j y#J iBBI *Z!GSEyn. t i s .L [ • ‘jfißy*^ J >x— »Mwi«i »y >— mwm r—^ : ;fo‘^i^% 8 DETROIT THIBUNE. SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1983 placed on two years* probation and ordered to pay $45 a week. His weekly salary at Ford is said to be more than $150.00. • * * Thomas W. Kowe discovered too late that holding up oanxs is not as prouuoie us it maw seem, because in most case* the long arm of the law' is tas ter than the hands and eyes. Rowe, 32, of 5143 Martindalo, plead guilty last week in Fed eral Court on arraignment be tore Judge Made WcCree, Jr., He was accused of the February 10 S7OO robbery oi tne Linwood- Clairmount branch ol the Na tional bank ol Detroit. He was arrested ten days later when he reported to his parole oilicer Judge McCree will sentence Rowe at a later date. 4 4 * The will to help others was carried beyond lawful limits last- week by Mrs. Beatrice Dan iel. 40, of 5408 St. Aubin who was arrested in a department store downtown and charged with sim ple larceny. Store detective Maxwell Brown said he observed Mrs Daniel conceal two pairs of girls' shoes valued at sll2B m her purse, and attempt to leave the store without paying tor the merchan dise. Brown quoted Mrs. Daniel saying: "I took the shoes to gi\c a friend of mine who has ten children.” Mrs. Daniel plead guilty to the charge and was placed on six months probation. « • • Oscar McGhee. 48. of 19363 llealy. refused Wednesday to prosecute six white youths who were arrested anu charged with attempting to burn a crude white cross in front of his home According to Assistant prose cutor William Bolio. the youths said they decided to burn the cress "just to have some tun." After the warrant request was drawn up at the prosecutors of fice McGhee refused to prose cute. He signed the warrant re quest stating; “1 do not care to prosecute " Attempted arson charges against the youths were dis missed. Willie Thomas. 44. of 3800 Tillman was charged with cruel ty to animals last week in a war rant signed by Recorder's Judge Joseph A Gillis after battering a four-month old female dog to to death against the pavement in an alley behind 1827 Spruce. Police said Thomas deposited the dead dog in a garbage can after the assault. He told the officers that the dog belonged to his cousin. Frances Jones, of 1827 Spruce, who left the dog in his car a week ago. The officers quoted Thomas saying: "1 couldn't afford to feed the dog. so 1 killed her." * $ * Clyde Lee Page. 40 of 116 Rosedale. a construction work er. was charged with robbery armed last week in a warrant is sued bv the prosecutor's office. Page was arrested on the com plaint of Leon Moore. 35. of 98 Rosedale, a former employer of Page, who accused Page of rob bing him of sll at the point of a six-inch butcher knife. Moore said Page accused him of owing him some back wages, lie pulled the knife and threaten ed his life, at which time Moore /said he removed sll from his pocket and gave it to Page. He said Page claimed he owed him S3O. * • * Mrs. Dorothy Byrd, 26, of 37- 66 Hazelwood, was charged with shoplifting last week in a war rant issued by the prosecutor's office following her arrest in a department store at 3516 Hart. Store detective S. Craighead said he observed Mrs. Byrd take two ladies' blouses, and one Jar oi hair dressing and conceal the stolen articles in her purse, and attempt to leave the store with out paying for the merchandise. which was valued at $lO 59. ♦ * • Clarence Boswell. 36. of 2710 Monroe, was charged with lar ceny last week in a warrant signed by Recorder's Judge Jo seph A. Gillis. Boswell was arrested in a downtown store, where store de tective George Quinn said Bos well concealed six men's shirts valued at Sls 59 under his coat and ran out of the stoic with out paying for the garments. Quinn said he pursued Boswell to 444 Clinton, where he was ar rested and the shirts confiscat ed. Quinn quoted him saying: "I took the shirts to sell, because 1 needed money to pay my rent and to cat.” • • * Willie Williams. 25. of 519 Ed sel Ford, was placed on two years probation Wednesday by Record er's Judge W McKay Ski liman after pleading guilty to assaut and battery upon his wife. Mrs. Ruth Williams, 22. of the Edsel Ford address. Mrs. Williams accused her hus band of knocking her to the floor kicking her in the ribs, and knocking out three of her teeth, during an argumei.t in their home March 25. "I don't mind making up with my husband.” Mrs. Williams told the court, "hut I don't go for him knocking out my teeth ” The Williams have been mar ried twenty months. * 4 * Mrs Betty Lovelace, 29. of 51 42 Tillman, was fined $lO or 15 days in the House of Correction Wednesday by Recorder’s Judge W. McKay Skillman after plead ing guilty to careless use of fire arms. Mrs. Lovelace was arrested in the front of her home alter she fired a bullet from a .22 caliber rifle into the air. Police said Mrs Lovelace had fired two additional shots into the air from the back yard of her home • 1 had just bought the gun for protection.” explained Mrs. Lovelace, "and I was just trying it out to see how it worked.” OUR MEN IN SERVICE fi LACKLAND, AFB. Tex—Air man Basic George W Price, Jr. son of Mr and Mrs. George W. Price of 1970 Highland, Detroit. Michigan, is being reassigned to Keesler AFB. Mississippi, for technical training as a U. S. Air Force communications opera tions specialist. 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Send resume including background of previous work ex perience to F. K. GILL. Person nel! Manager. Box. 2019, Colum- WANTED Compt. Opar. • All Oprt. Ganl., Clerical-Adding, Calc., Machine, Typing, Helpful. PERSONNEL by MORGAN 32900 W. 5 Mila 427-5260 LEGAL NOTICES STATS or MICHIGAN County of Wayn* It. 303.10# C. M. II.IH At • ae salon of the Probate Court for said County of Wavne. held at the Probate Court Room In the City of Detroit, on the Eleventh aay of March In the year one thousand nine hundred and SUty-three. Presen: PRANK S SZYMANSKI Judge of Probate In the Matter of the change of name of Jacob Charter J Arnialev, also known a* Raymond Charter J. Annul* an adult On reading and filing the petition of the said Jacob Charter J A male y, also known as Raymond Cnarlea J. Armaly praying that hta name be changed to Raymond Charles J. Ar maly It is ordered. That the Eleventh day of April, next at ten o'clock In the forenoon at said Court Room be appointed for Hearing said petition And It Is further Ordered. That a oopv of this order be published once in each week for three weeks consecutively prevlousu to said time of hearing. in*the Detroit Tribune, a newspaper printed and circulated tn Countv of Wayne I do hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with original record thereof and have found the sanu t< tn a correct transcript oi such origins' record. Dated March 11 1963 Harry Bolda, Deputy Probate Rgg- Mi 323 46 6“ Attornex Cecl' I Ward STATE OF MICHIGAN Count* of Wavne SS 31*. 5*5 At a session of the Probate Court for said Count v of Wavne, hold at the Probate Co;irt Room in the City of Detroit, on the Eleventh day of Viirh in the vear one thousand nine hundred and Sist'-three Presen* ERNEST C BOEHM Judge of Probate In the Matter of the Estate of I.o'tir HIM. Deceased. Oe reading and filing the netition oi Naom' Hubhard praxint' that ad nunMratioo of *dd est-xte be granted tc Cecil I Ward or some other sn'tahl r»«-r*oe It L ordered That tlv S-vtecnth rt ix of \nril. next at ten ovicick in th< for-nooe . .*a M four* Room b- appointed L . Hearing said petl tie - And it is furth-r Ordered. That a i-o-ix o' •h*« tie published once e-c-h n—'-k for three weeks consecutive'* rrevinu«u to said time of hearing, in the Detroit Tribune, a newspaper rr'ntcd and circulated in Count* of Wax no t do hereby certif* that I have compared the foregoing copy with original record thereof and have found the same te be e correct transcript o, *iicb original record. Dated March 11 1963 Harry Bolda, Deputy Probate Reg lst< T 3-23- 4-6-63 ST'Tv ok MICHIGAN IN THE CIRCITT COCRT FOR THE COI'NTY OP WAYNE NO. 3729 Mae 801 l Simes, plaintiff, vs. Felix Sime.s. defendant. At a session of said Court hold at the cltv-county building in the City of Detroit. Count* of Wavne oti the 20tl da* of March A D 1963. PRESENT HON GEORGI E BOWLES C’rcuit Judge On the 20th day of March, A. D , 1963, an action was filed by Mae Bell Sinu-s. plaintiff, against Flix Sinu-s, defendant In this Court to obtain a Judgement of Divorce. It Is hereby ordered that the do fondant. Fell Slmes, shall answer or take such action as may be permitted h\ Law on or before the 20th day of June, A. D., 1963. Failure to comply witl- thi- Order will result in a Judge ment of default gainst the defendant. Felix Sinu-s for the relief demanded in the complaint filed in this Court. GEORC.F E BOWLES Circuit Judge A TRIE COPY Edgar M. Branigtn, Clerk 3 30—t s-63 STATE OF .MICHIGAN is Tin i mem rot in for the COI'NTY OF WAYNE NO. 3730 Charles Williams, plaint iff. vs Will llenrx W illiams, defendant At a session of said Court held at 'he ( it* ( minty Building in the City oi Detroit. County of Wax no on the 20th da* of M-reh A l>„ 1963. PRESENT George K. Bowles Circuit Judge on the 20*h da* of March, A D.. 1963 an action was filed bx Charles W h ams, plaintiff, against Will Henry Williams, defendent in this Court to obtalr r Judgement of Divorce It is herebv ordered that the defend ant, W ill Henry Williams, shall answer or take such action mav be per mitted bx law on or before the 2(lth day of June. A. D . 1963 Failure to com pi* with this Order will result In a judgement of default against the de fendant. Will Henry Williams for the Ihe relief demanded in the complaint demanded in the complaint filed in filed in this Court. George E Bowles Circuit Judge A TRIE COPY Edgar M. Branigtn, Clerk :» 30 4 4 6.1 bus, Ohio. 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Dr., Clinic, Convalescent home, etc. Reasonable. Call owner. TU. 6-0622 or TR. 4 0570. FLAT FOR RENT Unfurnished Broadstreet 9261. Lovely 4 room upper, heated, stove, refrigera tor. Porch. S7O 00. UN. 3-9634. NOTICI OP MIAIIIMO CLAIMS STATE OF MICHIGAN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE COUNTY OF WAYNE NO. *17.531 In the Matter of the Estate of Annie Ce*tar, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given that all credi tors of said deceased are required to present their claims. In writing and under oath, to said Court at the Pro bate Office in the City of Detroit, tn said County, snd to serve a copy thereof upon India Roach. Admini stratrix of said estate, at 4856 Lins dale. Detroit. Michigan on or before Hie first day of May, A. D. 1963, and that such claims will be heard bys said court, before Judge Thomas <•( Murphy in Court Room N*» 131° '“ v (ountv Building In the City ol Da* troll, in said County, on the first day of May, A. D 1963. at two o’clock in the afternoon. Dated February 18, 1963. Thomas C. Murphy, Judge of Pro bate. I do hereby certify that I have com pared the foregoing copy with the ori ginal record thcreoi and have found the same to be a correct transcript of such original record. Dated February 18. 19663. Allen R Edison Deputy Probate Register. Published in Detroit Tribune once each week for three weeks successive ly, within thirty days from the date hereof. STATE OF MICHIGAN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE COUNTY OF WAYNE NOTICE OF HEARING CLAIMS NO. 519,513 In the Matter of the Estate of Theodote Martin. Deceased, Notice Is hereby given that all credi tors of said deceased are required to picscnt their claims, in writing and under oath, to said Court at the Pro bate Office in the City of Detroit, in said County, and to serve a copy there of upon Mildred Martin, Administrat rix of said estate, at 1243 Lawrence, Detroit 2, Michigan on or before the 22nd day of May, A. D. 1963, and that such claims will be heard by said court, before Judge Ira G. Kaufman In Court Room No. 1221, City County Building in the City of Detroit. In said County, on the 22nd day of May, A. D. 1963, at two thirty o’clock in the after noon. Dated March 11, 1963. Ira Ci Kaufman. Judce of Probate. 1 do hereby certify that I have com pared the foregoing copy with the oitginal record thereof and have found the same to be a correct transcript of such original recon;. Doted March 11. 1963. Allen R Edison, Deputy Probate Re-’Mcr Published in Detroit Tribune onre each week for three weeks successive ly. within thirty days from the date hereof. 3 16--3 30-63 STATE OF MICHIGAN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE COUNTY OF WAYNE NOTICE OF HEARING CLAIMS SI 4,194 In the Matter n| the Estate of Nat haniel Raynor. Deceased, Notice is herebx given that all credi tors of said deceased are required to present that claims, in writing and under oath, to said Court at the Pro bate Office in the City of Detroit, in said County, and to serve a conv thereof upon Lula Bell Ed' v »rds, Ad ministratrix of said estate. 17870 God dard, Detroit 12. Mlch'gan on or be fore the Bth day of Mav. A D 19*3. and that such claims will be heard by said court, before Judge Thomas C. Murphy in Court Room No 1219 City County Building In the Cits of Detroit, in said Countv. on the Hth ray of May. A D. 1963, at two o'clock in the afternoon. Dated February 25. 1963 Thomas C. Murphy, Judge of Pro bate , I do herebv certify that I bare com pared the foregoing c ">v with the original record thereof and have found the same to be a correct transcript of such original record. Dated February 25. 1963 Allen R, Edison, Deputy Probate ll* glsfe? Published in Detroit Tribune once each week for three weeks successive ly. within thirty days from the date h-'roo.' 3-2—3-16-63 STATE OF MICHIGAN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE COUNTY OF WAYNE NOTICE OF HEARING CLAIMS NO. $11,918 In the Matter of the Estate of Charles H. Banks, also known as Charles Henry Banks, Deceased, Notice is hereby given that all creditors of said deceased are re quired to present their claims, in writing and under oath, to said Court at the Probate Office In the City of Detroit, in said County, and to serve a copy thereof upon Helen M. Rush, Administratrix, of said estate, at 3995 Bewick. Detroit. Michi gan on or before the Hth day of May A. D. 1963, and that such claims will be heard by said court, before Judge Thomas C. Murphy In Court Room No. 1319. City County Building in the City of Detroit, in said County, on the Bth day of May. A I) 1963, at two o'clock In the afternoon. Dated February 25. 1963. Thomas C. Murphy. Judge of Pro bate. I do hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with the original record thereof and have found the same to be a correct trans cript of such original record. Dated February 25. 1963. Allen R. Edison. Deputy Probate Register. Published In Detroit Tribune once each week for three weeks «urcexs've ly. within thirty days from the date h-r-* 3-2—3-16-63 ATTV. ADELL PINNEN •46 Trnnf^rr STATE OF MirilK'.AN County of Wavne SS. 437.047 At a session of th** Probate Court for s;ttd Countv of Wavne. held at the Probate Court Hoorn in the City of Detroit. on the Fifteenth day of Mareh in the vear one thousand nine hundred and Slxtv-throc. Present EPNKST ( HOKUM Judge of Probate Law re nee Calvin Plppcn. also known a . I.av reive Whittemore. A minor Addell Plppen, guardian of said minor, having heretofore rendered to this Court her first, second, third mvl fourth accounts in aaid matter and this dav rendered to this Court her fifth and final account in said matter and filed therewith her peti tion praying that the balance of said estate he turned over to the guardian a', the Domicile; It Is ordered That the twenty second day of April, next at ten o'clock Hi the forenoon at said Court Itooin L '’" o n : d f,,r «*«mlnlng and al *n<l "..rm. And it is further Ordered. That " copy of this order be published once In each week lor three weeks consecutively previous to said time of hearing, in the Detroit Tribune a r-ounTO &T ln,rd amJ circulated in vount> of Wayne. I do hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with the* 7n d tl hCrCOf * nd found tlu same to he a correct transcript of such original record Mated March 15, IftM. lstc* rPy 80ld “' ~e »* u 'y Probate Keg. 3-2.'*-4e«3 Join The N AACP TODAY A TTY. Charles Parkins . STATE OK MICHIGAN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT KOR THE COUNTY Os WAYNE NO. ttM PRESENT: Honorable LIU M. Neuen felt, Circuit Judge. At • session of said Court held at the City-County Building In the City or Detroit, County of Wayne the 20th dev of February A. D.. 1902. Grady Malone, Plaintiff, vs. Ruby Malone, Defendant. On the 20th day of February, A. D., 1903, an action was filed by Grady Malone, plaintiff, against Ruby Malone defendant In this Court to obtain a 1 Judgement of Divorce. It Is hereby ordered that the defend ant Rub> Malone, shall answer or take such action as may be permitted bv law on or before the 20th day of May, A. D., 1903. Failure to comply with this order will result In a Judge ment by default against the defendant Huby Malone for the relief demand ed in the complaint filed In this Court. LILA M NEUENFELT Circuit Judge A TRUE COPY EDGAR M. BRANIGN 3 2-4-0-03 ATTY. CHARLIt PIRKINS STATE OF MICHIGAN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR TIIE COUNTY OF WAYNE NO. 17,135 Nolan Smith, plaintiff, vs. Myrtls Smith, defendant. At a session of said Court held at Iht City-County Building In the City of Detroit, County of Wayne on the llth day of March. A. D., 1903. PRESENT Honorable James Montante Circuit Judge On the Bth day of February, A. D., 196.1 an action was filed by Nolan Smith, plaintiff, against Myrtls Smith, defendant In this Court to obtain a Judgement of Divorce. It is hereby ordered that the de fendant, M> rtis Smith, shall answer or take such action as may be per- 1 ndtted by law on or before the Bth day of May, A. D., 1963. Failure to comply with this order will result in a judgement of default against the defendant, Myrtls Smith for the re lief demanded In the complaint filed i in this Court. James Montante. Circuit Judge. A TRUE COPY Edgar M. Branigln, Clerk By C. C. Carter, Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF HEARING CLAIMS STATE OF MICHIGAN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE COUNTY OF WAYNE NO. 517,349 In the Matter of the Estate of Marie A. Strickland, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that all creditors of said deceased are required to present their claims, in writing and under oath, to said Court at the Probate Office in the Cltv oi Detroit, in said County, and to serve a copy thereof upon Thomas L. Strickland Administrator of said estate, 11371 Mitchell Street, Detroit, Michigan on c r before the 22nd day of May, A. D. 1963. and that such claims will be heard by said court, before Judge Ira G. Khufman in Court Room No 1221, City County Building in the City of Detroit, in said Countv. on the 22nd day of May. A. D. 1963, at two-thirtv o'clock in the afternoon. Haled March 11, 1963 I do hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing with the orl ginal record thereof and have found the same to be correct trancript of such original record. Alien It. Edison, Deputy Probate lt< gistcr. Published in Detroit Tribune once each week for three weeks successive ly. within thirty days from the date in rcof. 3 18—3 30 ATTY. Charles Perkins 427 E. Werren STATE OF MICHIGAN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE COUNTY OF WAYNE ORDER TO ANSWER N*. 1207 Eirsie Jackson, Plaintiff vs. Robert Leo Jackson. Defendant. Present: Honorable James Montante Circuit Judge At a session of said Court held at the City-County Building in the City of Detroit on the 31st dav of January A. D. t 1963. On the 31st day of January, A D , 196.1. an action was filed bv Lizzie Jackson, plantlff, against Rcbcrt Lee Jackson, defendant, in this court to obtain a Judgement of Divorce. II •is hereby ordered that the de fendant. Robert Lee Jackson shall answer or take such other action as may be permitted by law on or before the first dav of Mav, 1963. Failure to comply with this order will result in a judgement by default against the defendant, Robert Lee Jackson for the relief demanded in the complaint files in this Court. JAMES MONTANTE Circuit Judge A TRUE COPY EDGAR M. BRANIGN Bv c. C. Carter, Deputy Clark 2 9 -3-16 63 ATTY. S. J. Flanagan H 77 E. Davison Ave. JOURNAL OF PUBLICATION STATE OF MICHIGAN County of Wavne SS. 514,954 At a session of the Probate Court for said County of Wavne, held at the Probate Court Hoorn in the CH> of Detroit, on the Eleventh day of March in the year one thousand n*»c hundred and Sixtv-three. Present IHA G. KAUFMAN. Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of SALI.IE COATES, also known as S.M.LIE ANN COATES. Deceased An instrument in writing purport ing to be the last will and testa ment of said deceased having been delivered Into this Court for Probate. It Is ordered, That the Eighth d.«' of April, next at ten o'clock in the forenoon at said Court Room hr ap pointed for proving said Instrument And it Is further Ordered. That a copy of this order be published once in each week for three week' consecutively previous to said time of hearing, in the Detroit Tribune, a newspaper printed and circulated in said Countv of Wavne. IHA CJ KAUFMAN Judge of ProbVc I do hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing cop' with the original record thereof and have found the same to lie a correct trans cript of such original record. !>»*,.d March 11, 1963 Harry Uolda, Deputy Probate Reg tsl- • 3-10- -3-30-43 STATE OF MICHIGAN County of Wayne St. 519,277 At a session of the Probate Court for said County of Wavne, held at the Piohate Court Hoom In the Cltv of Detroit, on the Seventh day of March in the year one thousand nine bun dled and Sixtv-three. PRESENT ERNEST C. BOEHM Judge of Probate In the Matter of the Estate of Joi>* Verlcncla Heco, also known as Poca h°ntn» Elaine Hearns, A Minor. The petition of Helen Hearns hay ing been heretofore filed In * Court praying that she or some suit able person he appointed guardian of said minor with care of education and custody of the person of saui minor; dav of April, next at ten O'clock in tht forenoon before Judge Thomas * • Muruhv at said Court Room be ap pointed for Hearing said petition. And II Is further Ordered, That * copy of this order be published once Hi each wek for three weeks con sccutlvcly previous to aald time °* hearing. In the Detroit Tribune. • newspaper printed and circulated m aa ,r * County of Wayne. _ Ernest C. Boehm, Judge of P' l *- hate I do hcreny certify that I hay* compared the foregoing copv wj " the original record thereof and ha found the same to be a correct trans cript of such original record. Dated March 7, 1003. 310—3-30-43 ..