Jay R Hill Estate probate

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Jay R Hill Estate probate - SANDUSKY REGISTER -WEDNESDAY, MAR. 5, 1947...
SANDUSKY REGISTER -WEDNESDAY, MAR. 5, 1947 Takes Up School Aid a a of re- aid bv for $53 POLICE RESTRAIN RELATIVES OF MURDERED GIRL— Two policemen (left) hold back Alexander (face visible over policeman's shoulder) as she sought to run towards a youth murdering her 11-year-old niece Jacqueline Maxwell in Maiden, Mass. At right a back Mrs. Minnie Tanzer, another aunt (hand upraised) while a cousin of the slain girl Tanzer, crys out at right. (AP HURON COUNTY f COURT NOTES I to attendance—resulting, in a aid salaries to to not the NORWALK, March 5—The Ma pie City Ice Co. is being sued for $20,000 judgment, according to a petition filed with the Huron-co court of common pleas by Clarence Clarence Morris, 116 17th-st, Canton. In his action Morris alleges that he received permanent injuries Feb. 1, 1946, when a car he was driving on Route 61 near the intersection intersection of Route 162, was struck by a vehicle owned by the ice company. SUES FOR $158.78 Robert M. Crouch, 70 Christie- av, has filed an action in the court of common pleas to obtain a judgment from Herman Haupricht Haupricht for SI58.78, which he claims is due him for materials and labor labor furnished th,e defendant last fall. William P. Wickham estate: letters letters of administration issued to Corinne P. Wickham. Inventory and appraisement ordered. Salvatore Lauro estate: letters of administration issued to Josephine Josephine Louro,, administratrix. Inven tory and appraisement ordered. Letters of guardianship issued to George W. Lawrence, with bond in sum of $2,000 ordered. MARRIAGE LICENSES John H. Brown, 37, merchant seaman, Cleveland, and Zenobia Lumpkin, 26, housework, Norwalk. George Parks, Jr., 22, truck driver, New London, and Darlene Hess, 18, clerk, New London. Gerald Van Loo, 24, farmer, Willard, and Mildred G. Wiers, 20, beautician, Willard. Herbert Gallup to lup, et al, 2.67 acres, Arthur and Marribel Mable Link, New Barthalomew and Kenneth and Mildred 121.30 acres, Maud V. Watts to Marjorie Hamilton, Greenwich. Arthur and Millie Joe and Beulah Oney, Greenwich-tp. Oliver and Velma August and Emma acres, Peru and Cotton Strike Is COMMISSIONERS VOTE Improvement voted by the Huron-co Huron-co board of commissioners, estimated estimated at a cost of $4,000, include include the .installation of three water water coolers on floors of the courthouse, courthouse, and combination storm windows for the Children's Home. . of 90 SHERIFF'S SALE One and a half lots, Nos. 3033-4, were sold for taxes Tuesday by Sheriff Jesse Mellott to Cornelius J. Ruffing. The property, formerly formerly owned by Robert "Miller, brought $1,400. It had been appraised appraised for $2,100, the sheriff reported. reported. PROBATE COURT Nettle L. Dellinger estate: authority authority granted to transfer real estate. estate. Assets in Percy Clayton Norman estate ordered released. Registration of Grace 'Lillian Ballard's omitted birth record or dered. The estate of Jay R. Hill, Norwalk. Norwalk. inventoried and appraised at $1,000. .. LAND TRANSFERS Mary Mills' to Martin I. Mills, et al, 17.84 acres, Norwalk-tp Carl A Myers to Theodore and Beatrice Ickes, Norwalk Theodore and Beatrice Ickes to Carl A. Myc-rs, Norwalk Pearl E. Owens to Oliver and Velma Angelbeck, 121.46 < acres, Greenfield-tp. George and. Alice Brabach to Laura and Charles Coleman, 18.52 acres, Greenfield-tp William and Elsa Lieber to John and Jennie Crouch, Bellevue. Bellevue. Kent Merrill, deceased, to Grace C. Merrill, 30 acres, Clarks- field-tp. John Kelly, Sr., deceased, to Richard and John Kelly, Jr., New London. Carl J. Ketchum, deceased, to Mabel Ketchum, et al, 116 acres, New London-tp. Blanch Hartman, deceased, to John F. Hartman, Sr., New London. London. Harold Haynes, deceased, to Margarette H.-.ynes, Clarksfield tp. • Bellevue Board of Education to Wilbert Schwer, 3.58 acres Lyme-tp. NEW YORK, March The New York Cotton largest in the world, doors again today after of the unprecedented strike by 103 employes. Settlement of the announced last night Meyer, chairman of mediation board. The settlement employes will get a determined by the bales of cotton sold similar to a bonus on the stock exchange. Other contract include a 15 percent a union shop, job dues checkoff and a for building service OUT AGAIN, IN GOSHEN. IND. George Chrispyn. 23, hospital more than a her leg was amputated injuries received in accident. She was was readmitted two the birth of a daughter. A manufacturer has single tool which can a glass cutter, wrench, screw driver, W. J. Phillips to Lottie Phillips,!er, wire stripper, Townsend-tp. I rule, and knife

Clipped from The Sandusky Register05 Mar 1947, WedPage 9

The Sandusky Register (Sandusky, Ohio)05 Mar 1947, WedPage 9
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