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FACING THE JUDGE
By I mac Jones
Mary Ann Boyce apparently
set anew record for shoplifting
in Recorder's Court last week.
Miss Boyce, 19, of St *9 Bu-ns,
went into a store at 8830 Grat
iot Avenue, on March 28. She
filled a grocery cart with SBB.BB
worth of miscellaneous grocer
ies and drugs, and walked
through a closed check -out
counter through the back en
trance of the store without pay
ing for the merchandise.
However, the eyes of the
manager of the store were fas
ter than Miss Boyce’s hands, and
she was apprehended on a park
ing lot at the rear of the store,
where the stolen goods were
confiscated.
Police also stated that Miss
Boyce was wearing a coat de
signed for shoplifting, which
was also taken by the arrest
ing officers. They quoted Miss
Boyce saying: 'i stole the
things because 1 don't have a
job ”
Miss Boyce had $2 in her po
session. when arrested, accord
ing to police. She was charged
w:th larceny in a store in a
warrant issued by the prosecu
tors office
The familiar saying. the
truth will set you tree." proved
true la>t week in Recorder's
Court for 22 year-old Adrian
Smith, of Los Angeles. California,
who was arrested in the Grey
hound bus station, and charged
with vagrancy.
• Why did you come to De
troit"" inquired Recorder's Judge
V. Mi Kay Skill man
••Your honor." explained Smith.
* I came here for a change of
climate 1 couldn't stand Los
An ’clos' smog."
Smith was first sentenced to
30 davs m the House of Correc
tion However, the sentence was
lifted when the Tribune's report
er. Isaac Jones consulted Art
Trticsdale. a Salvation Army of
fice.
Flowers Hear Jon discovered
the hard way last week, that a
husband is responsible for the
support of hi> wife and children
until he has obtained his divorc*.
whether or not he lives with the
woman whom he nuriied
lleardun 44 <»1 260 Winder,
u is found gui'tv ot nonsupport
h\ Recorder’s Judge W McKay
Skillman. and »'an and on two
year probation for family sup
po’-t.
Hcardon was arrested on the
complaint of his estranged wife,
Mrs Martha Hcardon, 38. of 4127
West Hancock.
He declared to the court: "1
stayed with my wife and sup
ported her as long as I could
get a’ong with her. We were
married—were lived together on
common law basis "
Further hv‘"ti *atiun disclosed
that the couple hi e nine chil
dren. seven to 17 years ot ago.
The Heardons' lived together
from 1944 to 1958.
Police said Mrs Ileadon is re
ceiving support fto.p the Aid
to Dependent Children ».\DCi.
There is an old proverbial >a v
ing—that a woman has a right
NORTHERN MICHIGAN
REAL ESTATE
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VATE LAKES, LOTS, SUMMER HOMES,
SKI AREA SITES, CLUB PROPERTIES,
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Write for information today. All quality properties. Is
there some specific kind of real estate that you are in
terested in? Let me hear from you.
Fred T. Roussin, Real Estate
217 E. MASON ST., CADILLAC, MICH.
'MW 1
J lU«»iiMMmJrd t>y Imu'iiww' *»»«-''^
DjETttOlT TRIBUNE’ SATUfIDAY’ APKi,L 13, 1993
8
to change her mind.
But a change of mind last
week in Recorder's Court was
like an ill-wind for Mrs. Chattlee
Walton.
Mrs. Walton, of 2747 North
western, charged her husband,
George, with assault and battery.
During an argument in their
home March 16, Mrs. Walton
said her husband threatened her
with an automatic revolver.
When the ease came to court,
Mrs. Walton told Recorder's
Judpe W. McKay Skillman. that
she wanted to drop the charges
against her husband:
“He pointed a gun at me. He
was drinking and raisin*’ sand,
but since police found the gun
was not loaded, maybe my nus
band was bluffing."
"Now if you drop this case."
explained Judge Skillman, re
member don't call police if he
threatens you with a gun again "
“l can't promise that." replied
Mrs Walton. "if it becomes ne
cessary—l will call police for
protection."
• Alright," snapped Judge Skill
man. "the case will be tried, so
raise your right hand."
After listening to the testi
mony of the arresting officers.
Walton wa> found guilty and
fined Slot> 00 or 30 days.
Francisco P Swartz. 18. of 8440
Dumbarton, was charged with
felonious assault last week in a
warrant issued by the prosecu
tor's office He was arrested on
the comolaint of Clinton Nichols.
51. of 5050 Cooper, who accused
the youth ot stabbing him during
an argument in a theater at 2745
Woodward, over 5.00.
Aldrich Jackson. 23. of 8921
Charlevoix, was charged with
larceny from a person la week
in a warrant issued by the pros
ecutor’s office.
Jackson was arrested in front
of 1005 Woodward Avenue on the
c innlaint of Rowena Lewis. 18.
of 3008 Kendall, who accitsed
Jackson of taking her purse con
taining sls 00 He said he was a
det ec t i v e and removed the
mi nev from the purse, telling
Miss 1 ew’s that her money was
counterfeit
Mi" Lewis said Jackson was
unable to produce a badge when
she demanded that he prove that
he v'.is a detective. However,
she said a policeman arrived on
the scene and placed Jackson un
der arrest
The officer quoted Jackson
saying: Why shouldn't 1 take
her money. 1 need money."
Clarence Lloyd Monday, 32.
of 5221 N Campbell, was charged
with larceny in a store in a war
rant signed last week by Re
corder's Judge Joseph A. Gillis.
Police said Monday walked in
ti a market at 3249 Grand River,
where he picked up a three-
I Hind ham valued at $3.69, con
cluded it under his jacket, and
walked out of the store.
The officers quoted Munday
saying: "I took the ham to sell,
because I need money. 1 can’t
find a job."
Willie Jackson played an April
fool joke unintentionally on him-
self last Monday.
Jackson, 31, of 6314 Twenty
eighth, knocked on a door at 4417
Milford, to turn-in his numbers.
The door was answered by Patrol
man Gilbert Hill of the vice
bureau, who accepted a white
envelope from Jackson contain
ing 26 current dated bet slips.
• • •
Clarence McKinney was watch
ing a IV show titled "Day in
Court" last week, when Patrol
man Jack Johnson of Woodward
Station rang the doorbell.
McKinney, 59, of 928 East
Philadelphia, answered the door.
When the officer, who was clad
in civilian clothes, asked for a
half-pint of moonshine whiskey,
McKinney replied, "Make it a
pint. 1 don’t care to go to jail
for selling a half-pint of moon
shine."
After McKinney accepted $2.00
for the moonshine, Patrolman
Johnson pulled his badge: "Now
you'll have your day in court."
McKinney pleaded guilty to
engaging in an illegal occupation
before Recorder's Judge Joseph
A Gills. He was placed on six
month's probation and assessed
$26.00 in costs.
V * *
Leroy L. Nelson. 24, of 15590
Pinehurst. was sentenced to 5
to 10 years in Jackson Prison last
week by Recorder's Judge Elvin
L. Davenport.
Nelson had previously plead
ed guilty to attempted armed
robbery. He was shot in the hip
by an oil-duty policeman when
he fired three shots at a bar
tender last December 1, during
an attempted holdup of a lounge
at 13741 W. McNichols.
Police said Nelson walked into
the lounge with a silk stocking
pulled over his face.
The officers quoted him say
ing: *1 wanted to prove some
thing and I wanted to get caught ”
Nelson confessed to 40 other
holdups, according to police.
OUR MEN
IN SERVICE
Three Detroit, .Mi h., men are
being reassigned to new liases
to attend technical training
courses following completion of
l/nitcd States Air Force basic
military training here.
1 he men. the courses they will
attend, and their new bases
follow.
Airman Basic Frank a Curaba,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Cur
aba of 0207 Warwick, will attend
a course for aircraft maintenance
specialists at Sheppard AFB,
Tex. *
Airman Basic Charles F. Diehl,
whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Val
entine l\ Diehl, reside at 4820
Toledo, will be trained as an
aircraft accessory systems spec
ialist at Chanute AFB, 111.
Airman Basic Willie O. Coop
er. son ol Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Cooper, 2048 Hooker, will at
tend an aircraft maintenance
specialist course at Amarillo
AFB, Tex.
Window Washing
Window washing is work—but
you can use your head to save
your back if you follow these
guides for easy cleaning.
1. I’lan to wash the windows
on a sunny day when someone
else can help you if possible.
The job will go faster if one per
son washes while another person
polishes.
2. Gather all supplies before
you begin. You'll need a pail of
warm water, several lint-free
cloths or a sponge, and a step
ladder. You may need a screw
driver for removing storms and
screens. Check the hardware
store lor labor-saving equipment.
Never, never use soap or de
tergent, or ammonia which has
soap in it. Soap leaves a smear
on thtc glass that’s hard to rub
solutions since dirt cannot pen
etrate glass. «
If the glass has a film of grease
on it, add a tablespoon of plain
household ammonia to each
quart of warm water.
Some people use a long-handled
squeegee for drying windows.
3 Plain water, with nothing ad
to rub off.
If you have.paint or putty
stains on the glass, scrape them
off with a razor blade. Hold the
blade flat so you won’t scratch
the glass. He sure to dry the
windows immediately after wash
ing to avoid water streaks. You
can use a lint free cloth, a rub
ber squeegee, or crumpled news
paper.
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LEGAL
•TATI or MICHIGAN
‘-araSr*
C* N. |l,fH
At a session of
for Mid County of Wayne, held at
lhe Pro hate Court Room lnthe^‘ ly ?!
Detroit, on the Seventh oay ot
March In the year one thousand nine
hundred and Sixty-three.
PRANK
Judge of Probato
In the Matter of the chango of
name of Jacob Chartoa J. Annaley.
tlwi known as Raymond Charles J.
Armaly an adult.
On reading and filing the petition
of the said Jacob Charles J. Amale.v,
also known as Raymond Charles J.
Armaly praying that his name be
changed to Raymond Charles J. Ar
il* Is ordered, That the Eleventh
day of April, nest at ten o’clock In
the forenoon at said Court Room be
appointed for Hearing aald petition.
And It Is further Ordered. That
a copy of this order be published
once in each week for three weeks
consecutively prevlousu to Mid time of
hearing, In the Detroit Tribune, a
newspaper printed and circulated In
Countv of Wayne.
I do hereby certify that I have
compared the foregoing copy with
original record thereof and have found
the same to be a correct transcript
of such origins' record.
Dated March 11, 18«3.
Harry Bolda, Deputy Probate Rcg
•str.V
t-25—4-6-1. 1
Attorney Cecil L Ward
STATE CP MICHIGAN
County of Wavne
ss. Slf.StS
At a session of the Probate Court
for said County of Wayne, held at
the Probate Co;>rt Room in the City of
Detroit, on the Eleventh day of
March In the vear one thousand nine
hundred and S< v fv-thr-e.
Present
ERNEST C BOEHM
Judge of Probate
In the Matter of the Estate of
Lottie Hill. Deceased.
On readin" and flllne the notttlon
ol Naomi Huhhard prsvlnv that ad
ministration of said c-IMc b<* granted
to Cecil I. Ward or some other
sn'tsh'" r»ersor;
It ti Thai th** S'xteenth
d"»v of Anrd. next nt ton o'clock In
th" for"noo-> «>* l d Court Hoorn
h •’ppolntcd for Hear nt said petl
t'o •
Ard ft lx fur*h' , r Ordered. That
a co”* !>*■ ‘V- «*••' r !><•> published
oiofl 'n o-—h •••»>. i; for throe weeks
eonxecutlv-iv •>r'v ‘vt«ii to *nld time of
hearing, in th>» Detroit Tribune, a
newxnaper *-r'n*-d and circulated in
Countv of Wayne.
t do hereby e<*rtlfv that I have
comoared the foregoing copy with
or'ginal record thereof and have found
the same to be a correct transcript
o' such original record.
"it"d M»roh 11. 1963.
ltprry Bolda, Deputy Probate Rcg
i*l< t
3 23—4-6 63
STATE OF MICHIGAN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE
COUNTY OF WAYNE
NO. 3720
Mac Dell Simes, plaintiff, vs. Felix
Simes, defendant.
At a session of said Court held at
tho city-county building in the City
of Detroit. County of Wayne on the
20th day of March. A D. 1963.
PRESENT
HON GEORGE h BOWLES
Circut* Judge
On the 20th day of March, A. D., 1963,
an action was filed by Mae Bell
Simes. plaintiff, against Fltx Simes,
defendant in this Court to obtain a
Judgement of Divorce.
U Is hereby ordered that the de
fendant, Feli Simes, shall answer or
take such action as may be permitted
by Law on or before the 20th day
of June, A. D., 1963, Failure to comply
with, th* Order will result In a Judge
ment of default gainat Ihe defendant,
Felix Simes for the relief demanded
in the complaint filed in this Court.
GEORGF E BOWLES
Circuit Judge
A TRUE COPY
Edgar M. Branlgtn, Clerk
3 30—4 4-63
STATE OF MICHIGAN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE
COUNTV OF WAYNE
NO. 3730
Charles Williams, plaintiff, vs Will
iTmrv Williams, defendant
At a session of said Court held at
'ie CUv-County Building in the City
if Detroit. County of Wavne on the
20th day of M*reh A D.. 1963.
PRESENT
George E Howler
C'rcuit Judge
Dn the 20*h day of March, A D.,
19f.:! an action was filed b\ Charles
Wiliams plaintiff, against Will Henry
Williams, defendent In this Court to
oMalr i Judgement of Divorce
It Is hereby ordered that the defend
ant, Will Henry Williams, shall answer
or take such action as may be per
mitted bv law on or berorc the 20th
day of June, A. D., 1963. Failure to
comply with this Order will result In a
judgement of default against the de
fendant. Will Henry Williams for the
the relief demanded In the complaint
demanded in the complaint filed in
filed In this Court,
George E. Bowles
Circuit Judge
A TRUE COPY
Edgar M. Urantgin, Clerk
330 4-4-6..
bus. Ohio.
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shoes and leathergoods, sewing
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All inquiries by airmail direct
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GREENLAWN near SCHOOL
CRAFT lncome property,
excellent condition, extra fenc
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owner. Call C»R. 0 0115 for
appointment.
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11 room house, excellent condl
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for professional, insurance, real
estate, Dr., Clinic, Convalescent
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NOTICES
A TTY. William T. *•****< • r *
gTATEOrSagAN
" ™cS!S^O^n2“”“
Ellout Ruckar, Plaintiff. *»• R°b crl
Rucker. eDfeirfjnt.^
a. . 2ZXF?i»3£ »hm
Court, how tn th. CltyCounty
Inc, In the City of Detroit, County
of Wavne, and State •*■*•«**•*
this 19th day of March A. D. IHJ.
Present
Theodore R. Bohn
Circuit Judea
It appearing by Affidavit, hereto
attached, that the defendant to not
a resident of Michigan, but that hie
laat known place of realdeoce wai at
jp*»k4on. Michigan. .... Ik
nmonent aaya, further, that tne
defendant la not now In Jock**"
Prison. and thla hla preaent where
about* la unknown; and. further, that
ef*v*rt<i to aerve defendant, Pfv*® n ;
ail* in Michigan has been without
Bl, o°r ' gotten of WUHam T. Patrick.
Sr. Attorney for plaintiff. IT IS
ORDERED. that the defend
ant enter hla appearance, either in
iH-roona, or by Attorney, within three
mnpih< form date hereof, or the
Cnmnialnt will be taken aa confeaa
r/» him.
ordered, that a trua coov
of «*<d Order to Appear be mailed
»f> (he d-rer*»«ent at Ms laat known
o» r-r'dence bv registered
0,1,11 nert that a true eoov of aald
*o Appear be published accord
ing to law
Theodore R. .Bohn
rirmiii judge
a TRUE .COPY
Edgar * Rranlgjn
<; .Clerk *
4 13—9 18 6,1 > . ' '
■ « A m ■■**■< •
ATTY. WttttMP Ti Patrick, Sr.
IfM jiarmdr •**#♦
ST4TT or MICHIGAN
in the rrwe-ftrr rntfarr for the
COtPUTV or WAYNE
Teenra Glov*r. P’Mntlff. va Emmett
H Glover. Defendant. ’
Ho M»t
a»mi to aprpar
AI a session of the above entitled
fourt. held in »he Clfv-County Bul|d
♦n«. 'n tha C*tv «» Detroit. County
of Wavne<*' add stale of Michigan
this 20th diy of MirNi A. D. 1963.
Present
rt»«rfe F Bowleg
Circuit .Indue k
I* anneeripg pv Affidavit, hereto at
that the defendant. V» not «
of Michigan. but that Ms
last known r»la?C of residence w«« M 2
c n.iier otre«t. Detroit. Michigan;
and, a return In the files shows
that defendant could not be found at
said address; neither has the platn
tifi any knowledge ot the where
aoouts of titu ULteitdam at the proa
ml time; that the diu-iidam is o.mvr
in hiding oi lia;. u-tt uu. Mate us
ivi.chigan:
On motion of William T. Patrick,
Sr., Attorney for the plaintiff, If JS
lir.KEHV ORDERED, that the dt-teng
ant enter. hta appearance, either in
person, or by Attorney, wiliun inroe
months from date hereof, or the ui|i
ot Complaint wll be taken as confess
agamst him;
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that a
true copy of this Order to Appoer
be sent to the last knoun address of
the defendant, by registered mall,
return receipt rcquesUu. atiu a , •
copy of said Order by published *V
cording to igw.
George E Bowies
Circuit Judge
A TRUE COCY
Edgar M. Branlgin
Clerk
4 13— 9-18 63
Le9.1l
ATTY, Jamas D. Lao
STATE OF MICHIGAN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE
COUNTY OF WAYNE, 1
NO. 4297
ORDIR TO AN9WCR
James Matthews Rogers, plaintiff,
vs. Dorothy Rogers, Defendant.
At a session of said Court held at
the Court House in the City of De
troit, in said Countv, on the Bth day
01 April, A. D. 1963.
Pt SINT
Honorable Weal Fitzgerald
Circuit Judge
On thin Bth day of April, 1983, an
action was filed by James Matthews
Rogers, plglntifl, against Dorothy
Rogers, defendant, In this cause to
obialr a tudgmen' oi divorce:
On motion of James D. Lee, Attorn
<' for the Plaintiff,
IT IS ORDERED that the defendant
Dorothy Rogers, shall answer or
lake such other action as may be
permitted by law, on or before the
9tb dav of July, A. D. 1963.
Failure to comply with this order
will result In a mdginent bv de
fault against said defendant, for the
relief demanded In the complaint
fed in this Court.
Neal FltzgeraM f'lrcutf Judge.
A TRUE COPY
Edgar M. Branlgin. Clerk
4-K>—s-4-6."
ATTY. JAMES O. LEE
STATE OF MICHIGAN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE
COUNTV OF WAYNE
No. 4001
ORDER TO ANSWER
Wilmer Williams, plaintiff, vs. Mar
gucrletle Edith Williams, defendant.
At a session of said Court held at
the Court House in the City of De
troit, in said Cnnnty, on the 25 day
March A. D. 1963.
PRESENT
Honorable George E. Bowles
Circuit Judge
On the 25th day of March. A. D.
1963, an action was filed by Wllmcr
William", plaintiff against Margue
rite Edith Williams, defendant, In
this cause, to obtain a judgment for
and vorcc:
On motion of D. Lee, At
torney for the Plaintiff,
IT IS ORDERED that the defendant,
Marguerlette Edith Williams shall
answer, or take such other action
as may be permitted by law, on or
before the 28th day of June, A. D.
19* *
Failure to comply with this order
will result In a Judgment bv default
against said defendant for the relief
demanded in the complaint filed In
‘h*- Court.
George E. Bowles, Circuit Judge.
A TRUE COPY
Edgar M Rranlgtn
Clerk
4 IS—5-4-63
ATTV. ADCLL PINNIN
•44 TrnntMtt
ST \TK OF MICHIGAN
County of Wayne
SS. 437,047
At a session of the Probate Court
for wild County of Wayne, held at
the Probate Court Room In the City of
Detroit, on the Fifteenth day of
March In the year one thousand nine
hundred and Sixty-three.
Present
KRNKST C. HOKUM
Judge of Probate
Lawrence Calvin Plppen. also known
a. Lawrence Whittemore. A minor,
Addell Plppen, guardian of Mid
minor, having heretofore rendered
to this Court her first, second, third
and fourth accounts In said matter
and thh day rendered to this Court
fifth and final account In said
matter and filed therewith her peti
tion praying that tha balance of Mid
estate be turned over to the guardian
a*. th r ' Domicile:
It Is ordered That the twenty
second day of April, next at ten o'clock
ft ~a^ - 4SLssrjr*
WTUiSSL " cou " u • n<l
And It la further ordered. That
a copy of this order be published
once In each week for three weeks
hearing, in the Detroit Tribune, a
5555! '•* i *
I do hereby certify that I have
enmnsred the foregoing copy with
or glnal record thereef and have found
th« Mm# (a Hp | <*Arr»rt (ranipHnt
of «ich original record "***
D<*ted Marsh 18. IMS.
•Mr* rr * BOM *’ D#puty Reg-
ATTY. ClMflbf Ptrhma
in W A A. w:
COUNTY OY WAY**
* •••• ou
PRESENT: Honorable Lite M. NauaA*.«
vSTwJS- c-n mm « ‘
‘Ta&swf'sgi a a.-
fobbS*,' va. Ruby'll
Ua&r aKg asr ,i 4^2
Malona, plaintiff, agalsat Ruby Malone Mu
defendant In tbla Court to pbUin ■'<
Judgement of Divorce. '[•
It Is hereby ordered that the defend *
ant. Ruby Malone, shall answer or
take such action as may be permitted '
by law on of before the Mth ftf 1 '
ot May, A. D.. 1903. Failure to comply
with this order wUI result la a Judge
ment by default against the defendant
Kuby Malene for the relief demand,
.4 L ”"*;
Circuit Judge . *
A TRUE COPY
EDGAR M. BRAN ION
3-3-4-M3
ATTY. CHARLES PERRINS
STATE OP MICHIGAN
IN THE CIRCUIT COUKT POR THE
COUNTY OP WAYNE
NO. 17,139
Nolan Smith, plaintiff, va. Myrtls
Smith, defendant;^
At a session of aald Court held at
the City-County Building In the City"
of Detroit. County of WSvne on the
11th day of March. A. D.. IMS. '
PRESENT "♦
Honorable James MonUnte
. . Circuit Judge
mt SP? , A&
assarateJsS? TANARUS" *
• cUon *»e per
b£f.*?W A °?h Bth
1 |JH, Failure to
gQmply with this order wDI result-
Ju* a Judgement of default against the
defendant, Mvrtla Smith tor the re.
bf *" the coln|,,a,nt IBcd
d|»RW *?st*l*fj« c,rcu, < Jod«e- • ’
• :' ; A TRUE COPY
* B 's? l|l i r s?* ® ranl i ln * Clerk
*By "p. C. Carter, Deputy Clerk
** 1
• NOTICE OP NIARIHO CLAIMS
I JJ ' : STATE OF MICHIGAN 1
. THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE
' • ** COUNTY OF WAYNE
. NO. 917499 -
In the Matter or the Estate or
M4Ttr A Stgtckland, Dobeeseg ° f
b. hereby givent)i*t all
ffpdltW* H *•*<! deceemd are required
' 4 L p, r!f nt th ? lr In writing
to 'b l ** Court at the
Prqbalo Office In the Cltv o» Detroii.
I? Coupty, and to serge e copy
W oa r. L Sirkkland
agW estets, 11371
fjVbfM atrfcet, Dotaolt. ’Michigan on
and day of Ba>* A I)
Jb»« »ueh claim* will be
te* r i % (pw court, before Judge
b» Court Room No,
•*
T • certify, that I have
U*«-foregoing with the ors
glhal thereof gad l>avc found
th® • seme to be correct trancript of
•nth original rteord. -v
f* Deputy Probate
• IlPjister.,
PublUhPd In Delro)| Tribune one* *
each week for three weeks successive
W* 'Vitkin thirty days the daiu
U rcor.> *
y^jktrH
Lluja Jackson, Plaintiff. v«. Robert
Us Jgckaon, Defendant f
_ Fraagnti Honorable Jftmes Montante
CiretiA Judge
At a session of said Court held
•fv- 1W City-County Building In the
Clip 6f Datroit on thf II at day of
Jahugry A.D., 1963.
~on tha Hist day of January, A D,
-an action was filed by Liriib
Jar a son, Plantiff, against Rtbert Lee
Jeekson, defendant, In this court to
obtain a Judgement of Divorce.
fir la hertby ordered that Ihc
fendant, Robert Lee Jackaon sh«3
answer Or lake such other action as
nHW' be ptrmltted by law on ol
before the first day of May, 1963.
Failure to Comply with this order
will result in a Judgement by default
against the defendant, Robert Lcp
Jackson for the relief demanded ia
the complaint files in this Court.
JAMES MONTANTE
Circuit Judge
A TRUE COPY
EDGAR M. BRANIGN
By C. C. Carter, Deputy Clark
2 9—3-16-83
ATTr. William T. Patrick, Sr.
1036 Farmer St.
STATE OK MICHIGAN
IN TIIE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE
COUNTY OF WAYNE
Frank Williams, Plaintiff, vs. Hazel
Williams, Defendant.
ORDER TO APPEAR
NO. 2034
At a session of the above entitled
Court held In the City-County Ituild
inn, In the City of Detroit, County
of Wayne, and State of Michigan tins
19 day of March A. D. 1963.
Present
George E. Bowles
Circuit Judge
It appearing by Affidavit hereto
attached, that the defendant Is not
a resident of Michigan, but that her
last known place of residence '*»
at Route 1, Box 510, Napoleonvillr.
Loulsana.
On motion of William T. Patr'c'c
Attorney for plaintiff, IT IS HERtJ”
ORD .RED THAT the defendant enter
her appearance, either In person,
by Attorney, within three monin*
from date of thl* Order to A PP
the Complaint will be taken as confess
cd n*»in«t her: ... .
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that •
true eonv of said Order to 'Pr*
be sent to the last known
the defendant, hv registered m* l '-
return receipt rwinected. and .
tpir eonv of said Order be puhll
according to t»w
Georee K Howie*
Circuit Judeo
A TRUE COPY
Edgar M. nranlgln
Clerk
4 13--B intt?
ST*TK OF MICHIGAN
c ~-v.: SmS j . ~„l rt
At a aeaalon of the .» me
for said County of Wayne, held of
Piobate Court Room In the Maiv h
Dclrolt, on the Seventh day of
In the year one thousand nine
died and Slxtv-three.
PRESENT
ERNEST C. BOEHM *
Judge of Probate J() s*
In the Matter of the Estate < 'P
Verlenela Reco, also known * _
hontga Elaine Hearna, A 7 ,n0 . h „ v .
The petition of Helen Hearn*
tng been heretofore filed m
Court pravlng that ahe or "°*"* f g| a e
able peraon be appointed
of aald minor with care of co r j( j
and euatody of the person
W lt°[; ordered. That the
day of April, next at ten "
Ih« forenoon before Judee Th
Murnhv at aald Court
pointed for Hearing aald I*""" , ,
And It ta furlher Ordered
copy of thla order be publish •
In each wek for three
aeeutlyely previous to aald » i
hearing. In the Detroit JjJSH *
newspaper printed and clrcutair
County of Wayne. . p r o
Ernest C. Boehm. Judge 01
bah*. » i ha*'«
I do herroy certify th*]* ( th
compared the foregoing . t,*v«
the original record thereof am*
IbuiNl the same to he a con;
orfpt of such original record
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