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**··/ 10, 1952 Theater Calendar JUDGE. tri* Weam Bm. Ehrtry, I soura DUVE-M. TIM***?, MCK AN* TIE BEANSTALK, wtta. CwMI, D*r*Uy Ttrt in PALEFACE, ta.TattWar taw««|k TWtrfiy, BOOM THE CLOVH Win SVNOOit, !· TecUlc«ear, wkk DeM* H*r ft*, VlffWi Mar*. Gn* K*l- B*pe I k r c i f h MtWS IN THE DEEP SOUTH, h TorfcaktaW, · h* JIM Craig, BwWra Payte*. Abo. FOVB IN A JEEP, witt Vlvect LMfen, MMkcr. STATE (·May aati torfay, THE WILD KOKTI, vttk Stewart Gruger, 1 Carey. ay IfcrMti Ttarrfay, BOB AND SALLY. latantay tkmxk SnaWay, BELLS OK TKEIK TOES, «K* JeaJUtt Crate, Una Uy. NOBT DUVE-IN MY FIBEND IBMA, wHk Karie WUm, J*ka LtvMl. Diau LyM. AtM, WOMEN ON THE BUN, witk AM Sfceriiai, Denis Ottrfe. *a4ajr tkr*uk W«U«Wir, FLY ING LEATHERNECKS, !· Tetfc- vttk MB WayM, Bot trt Byaa, DM Taylar. Aha, YOU NEVEB CAN TELL, with Dick rwreO, Ttffr D*w. TkwUar a»rf FrUay, SINGING CU?0, b T « e k i i e » l * r w t t i i VMifk Htunt, Ella BaiBtf, Ward BMi, Walter Bnu*. Ate, TWC .UBLEK GLOBE TBOTTEBS, with Th«Bai G» BUI, Dmtfcy DaaWrUge. laterfey, . ALONG THE GBEAT MVTOE, wHk Kirk Dwflai, Vir(Ma May*, J*bi Afar, Walter Brteuau Ala*, AB K A N S A S FOB ONE HOBE, vttk Cary Grart, B*0y Drak*. Irk Maaa. FrUay aa4 Sateriay, SE1TEM BEB AFFAIB, vttk |M F«a Ukw, J*«fk CrfteB, B*4ay. Ate*, OUTBAGE, Mala P*wen, T«4 Aarfmn. BIYIEBA Svfay thrMt* Tutftiay, TWO DOLLAB BETTOB, wUk Utet, Marie WMwr, SUn BrtMUe. Ah*, TH BUSHWHACK ' EBS, wkk -Ma Irdaat, Way* Marrk, ffeihtewlay tfcr«nfc SafrraJajr. TIE BLUE VEIL, witk IaM Wrvai Charka LaifU**, BkckarJ Cari MB. Alw, WEEK END WRH FATHER, wttt Vu Idlta, Pa We Neal, Glfl Perrea*. TIMES Stnday tfcrwiH TMMV, CABI BOO TBAIL, IB T«ink»»ar, witk Seatt, "Gikky" Haye« Kirla BMtk, BUI WBUaaK. Ate* THE F1BEBALL, wltk Mltkey B»»»ey, Tykr. Pat O'BrleB, B«*eriy Wedaeolay aaW Tkurriay, TBV AND GET ME, witk Fraak Urejay, KatkkCB Byai, Bkk ard CarbM. AIM, DEAB BBAT wttk H«u Fr«M««, BOrjr D« W*Kc, Edward Ara«ld. Friday sad Satarday, STAGE COACH TO DENVEB, witk Al In Laac, kckky Blake. Ab* WILD HOBSE AMBUSH, wttk Micfca*! Ckaaai, EDeti Jan Dogs and cits can help ipreal hog cholera. * RADIO PROGRAMS * ·CTtfOHJt (TATUMU NDC-WMAQ C«K|. ABC-WBBlJ UN). CB*-WMM aaoi. MBC-WCN (TJO) L O C A L WUJMJ-41MU ua r. Jouratl. ABC -Al We SM It Bl --Saturday In St. ·ill P. M. HBU-Bert Andrews Comment. TCN -- Beport From Waaoiaaloav ·:at 9. 1C MBS -Down You Go. WKBU--Guiumokc. BC -MtnUl Health Week Profram. WHBU-ABC Dancing Party. -- --Gene AuUjr. MBS -Twenty Question. ~BC --Jane Aee. )J» r. K. MBS --Theater of Air. tBC -Half* Idwarda. 'BS -- Tarua. · ABC -- PandnaJ Partj. I.* r. M. _ _ --Judy Canova. MBS --Hawaii Calls. CBS --Gancbusten, ·:» p. M. CBS -Broadway's My Seat NBC --Grand Ota Opry. IBS --Guy Lombardo. WHBU-CUKlnnatl vi. St. Louis. 1:41 r. M. CBS --Record Parade. ·:·» t. K. CBS --Stan In Air. .BC --Dance Variety. NBC -Vauihs Moe.ro.. MBS --Chlca/o Theater. t:M r. at IBS --Waxworks. MBS --Theater Of Air. ABC --Juat A Guy. NBC --Baaln Street Chamber Music II* P. M. 4BC -Newa. WON -Jerry Glldden, Rlackhawk. WHBU-News: Snorts Finat Writ P. M. CBS --Off The Record. WHBU-Bllly Bishop Oreheatra. NBC --Danclnf At Don'a. ABC --International Jazz Club. U:» T. M. CBS --Dane* Orchestra. WHBU-Broadway's My Beat ABC --Dance Music. NBC --Roundup Time. MBS -Vlrflnla Tech Rln| Dance. MBS --Cameiie Hail Jan Concert WHBU--Nan. 11:1$ P. K. --Muiical Weatherman; Nation ·1 Health. NBC --The Chez Show. HIM p M. WCIN --Jam With Sara. CBS --Lee Pe'ner fircr.eatra. Sunday 7:» A. K. --Kenfro Valley :·» Jk. M. KBC --World Newi Roundup. NBC --Garden of Men. WHBTJ--Great Comrnlnlon Schooea. I:IS A. M. CM --World Newa Roundup. I:M A. M. CBS --Mark Rocen Show. MBS --Back To flod ·:· K, M. WHBU--Church of the Atr. NBC --National Radio Purprt a"^S --Wartio Blhle daM ABC -- Meeaate Ot Israel. a;:" NBC --Art of Lrvln». 'UC fiirrtata .Gaiej MEW -Vole, CM ProftHO -- --Ne«n Cettasjt Choln. fceaJiH. NBC, _Kad*o Parade CBJT --Time For Musk. ifcaa av at. _ -*ttt Lake Choir. WMBO-- Vote* Ot rrofhecy. K»C -*»an WotU. ABC "-Tat* Aria Quart*. »»:1» JL N. KBC --Garden Program. UBS -uumttoi racta. tt:» A M. MBS -Review!n stand. WKBU-A Christian In Attic*. NBC --World Traveler. M:M P. M, --Invitation To WHBU--First Methodist Chun*. MBS -Newi. CBS --People'* Plalform. NBC -Viewpoint USA. 11:11 A- M. MBSt -Hull). Clinic. KBC --Your Symphony Scrap Book. llrK A. M. MBS --Lutheran Hour. NBC -neraaa LI«tlt ABC --Piano Mavhouae. CBS -Howard K Smrtk. 'KBU--Strfni Serenade. CbS --WBBM Wai There. NBC --Critic At Lanre. UBS --Voice Of Hope. )t:ll P. K. -MatlonM Health AM Profram NBC --Mike tS. lt:M P. M. TBC --ChSeafo RoundtaWej, ~ ~ -Frank And Imeat CBS --Svncopallon Piece. WKBU-Natlonal Vespers. l:tt P. M. CBS --Symphonette. WHBU-wmin Of Heartnt. NBC --CathoHe Hour. ABC --Marines' Tn Review MBS -- Phtladerohta at Brooklyn. 1:M r. K NBC --RaU In The Rrnar. CBS -InvHaHon To Mujlc. WHBU--S"H LaVe Oty T»temrl«. ABC --Samm» Kaye'i Tribute to Mother's Day. :*· p. M. WHBU--Week Around World. MBS --Bandstand. 1:11 P. K. NBC --America'! Muale,. l:» r. M. NBC --Bob Cemsldlne- ABC --Sonjra In Air. WHBU--Christian Brotherhood Four. MBS --Air ron-e-Proeram. 1:M P. M. WHBU--rM rashioned Heylval. NBC --The Falcon. ABC --Sunday Serenade. --Under Arr*M CBS -News: WBRM HtfWirlita. I:M P. M. --Martin Kane. MBS --Private Tllei Of Dr Matthew CBS --Hearth'tone'a Mystery. 4:« p. M. N^C -- HollTwood Star Theater. GBS --Cndfrey. WHRU--Hour Of Decision. MBS --The Shadow. 4:J» P. M. ABC- --Greatest Story Ever Told. MRS --Detective Mvitertes WHBTJ--World News With Robert Trntrt. NBC -- Whitehall 1S1J. -4:M P. M. WHBU--Larry 1 »Sneur, New*. !:M P. M. KBC --Tenas Ttanvers. WHBTJ--Mv Friend Irma. ^ahhv KTre5 Show. ABC --Georre SoVol«lry. S:M P. K. MBS -Nte)[ Carter. KBC --The Chaw. ABC -Swedish BaneL - MUa Brooka. tM t. M. UBS -PMer Salem. WHBU-Jack Benny. KBC -rint Nljtrter. I:M P. M. ABC --Great Adventure. MBS -Litlle Symphonies. WHBU-Arr.o And Andy. NBC -sun In Khaki And Blue. T:l» P. K. MBS -Great Day Qunz. WHBU-Charlle McCarthy. NBC -HarrU And Fa ye. ):» P. K. MBS -rnchanted Concert. NBC -Theater Guild WHBU-Pblllp Morris Playhouse l:M P. M. MBS -Opera Concert. WHBU-Drew Peanon. CBS --Screen Guild. l:l P. M. WHBU-OxUss Archer. I:N P. K. NBC -The K4 Question. MBS --John i Anthony. ABC --Stars On Slaja. CBS -MM Millie. 1:41 P. M. WHBU-The Three Suns. CBS --Quli Profram. I:N P. M. MRS --This Is Europe's Muste. CBS --News: The People Act. WKBU-Paul Harvey. NBC -Meet The Press. -.-- P. M. WHBU--Mothera Day Program. ABC --Gloria Parker Sona. I:M P. K. Cns --Chorallers. ABC --Silver Spurs Award. *''HBU--rireen Pastures NBC -- American Forum of Ihe Air. MBS -Music For Slrln«s. WON -On Whirs Of Sona;. WHBU-Th. World Tonljht U:ll P. K. WHBU--Thlnklnf Out Ixjod. NTtC --Sunday Dateline. CBS --Public Service Profram. t»:U P. ML WHBU--Weath-r. U. S A »:M P. M. NKC --Ri;k Tae BulMIni WHBU-T.x BeneVe Orchestra. CBS --Dance OThestra. 1:4S P. ML ' WOW -Health Clinic. NBC --Day's F.M ll:»a p. K. WHBU--Ne»s. WGN --Luth^ r ari V*«r**ra. -- - P. If. CBS --News: "....-,1 Weatherman. ll*t P. M. . --Jimmy Palmer CBS --Dick Jercens Orchestra. Monday .:» A. M. WHBU--Sacred Heart. 1:44 A. K. WHBU--Top Ot The Morntof. I'M A. M. WHBU--CBS World News Roundup. 7:11 A. K. WHBU-- Western Roundup. 7:ai Jk. x. W H B U - S p o r t a In Brlel; Musk Clock. M» X M, WHBU--Breakfast Club. :·» V K. WHBU--My True Story. I:U A. M. WHBU--Whlaperlnr Street!. . »:4J A. M. WHBU--Arthur Godfrey. II:BB A. M. WHBU--Arthur Godfrey. lt:M A. K. WHBTJ--Arthur Godfrey. !·:« A. M. WHBU--Music Of Manhattan. U:l» V K. WHBU--AP New^ Summary. lira. A. x. ttty Crocker. t t U P. ML WHSU-Thy Nell-boor's Vote*. l:al P. M. WHBU-Son( And Story Hour. 4m P. K. WUBU-Here's To Vetentm 4:11 P. M. WKBU-Mark Trail. 4:M P. M. WHBU-Mualc Shop. 4:U P. M. WHBU-rrost Pate Newa. »:· P. M. WHBU-Fun Fartory. |i» P. K. WHBU-Baaeh«n Scoreboard. I:M P. M. WHRU-Blf Jon And Sparky. 1:4* P. It/ »'HBU-r"-"'r Wn-.r TELEVISION WTM-TT (CtaavMl tl · flO--Red Skfllon. «3»-- Wayne Klnr 1ft-Xtn M u r r a y . Iflo-T. B. A. SJfl-Pnllre Story. »*·-- Wreslllne. low-Speed duties. I 10:»-Beat The Olock. II '"0--Fed Too Theater. 1130-Clfn Off. ·tnCDAT Illfln-worid's n-eatest Mother. lO-.TB-In the Park llfln-ljmn Unto My Feet It JO--Pmlawn. 1J*0-Family Nexl Door. 1*0-- Gene Au'.ry. l-M- Pneb'll. 4M-OWO Kid. 4:3n--MollvwoM Theater. S'* 1 '*--Snorts Scholar. 5-is--i\inH*v Weatherman. S'.'W-- fft It Now. «v»-Mvs)rr" Thc»ler. Ifn--Tnsil Df Town. Ktvt-Tred W»rln». · ·M--f.lebr'tv T'me «-:«)-who fs,iti That. M-i.s--J.l»tle Theater, tnm-uihar* fv i.ineJ «C--MIdnlirh' c: '-n Off. MOHDAT 'in"(«« Story. TV t ***« T* C«««t Harry Martin -«-Hm FM| "O_»e nu |, n n l ·a^--Time Fi^ n/ Buff. Pav. Trie Tn-VT. "-'. Week-end. Boyle's Column By JOE WING HUNTING SEASON IS OS IN CENTBAL PARK EAST COAST VIDEO DISC JOCKEV BOLLS FILMS, TOO »r BKHABD KLEINEB NEA Staff C*iTM*aBdnt NEW YORK-(NEA)-H y o u j WEST COAST F1BST MOVIE-STYLE TV FIEVIEW SET BY ERSKINE JOHNSON NEA Staff Correspond*»l HOLLYWOOD-- ( N E A ) --Now hink you can get away from i it's sneak previews for television, isc jockeys simply by buying a , Video producers are about to copy- elevision set, you have another j cat Hollywood's technique ot whip- link coming. p | n g u p interest in unreleaseci ZTMJ%?TMA'Z£?L l "ito(ws and Betting a crcss-sec- tion of public opinion at Ihe same- time. . First of Ihe surprise showings ectxds, they also roll films. Screen Gems, Inc., a subsidiary f Columbia Pictures, is producing' w j|| h launched by CBS in Ihe series of coordinated films for Hollywood area, with announce nd with records, which they coyly call "TV Disk Jockey Toons." There are four types of films-- ive production numbers, animal- d cartoons, live panlomincs and marionettes. Will Baltin, super- isor of production, and producer- director B«n Ross Berenberg plan he films to synchronize perfectly with the records. Each bit of screen action jibes with Ihe music. And they use top records. They've nude some 100, based on standards like "Stardust" and llenn Miller'i "Little Brown Jug.'" Chen, each month, they produce filmed situation comedy series for 10 films for new releases that took ike c o m i n g hits. Currently, :hey've got films to go with the menls to be Hashed on Die small screens weeks ahead of time. First show to be sneaked: Hal Roach's "The Children's Hour," a 60-minute package for the kiddies. Television now has Its first queen of temperament. Her name is Sarah Churchill and her didoes during rehearsals for Ihe Hallmark Playhouse are reported to be of the Pola Negri loot-stamping variety. Why, Sarah! Inside lip on Mickey Rooney's NBC-TV: He'll create a character as solid as Andy Hardy and Kill do no singing or dancing. Les Paul-Mary Ford "Tiger Hag" .,,,,, . . , . . . . . , . . and Patrl Page's "Retreat," for . N ,?C 's pouring the bankroll in. example '" Offntion Pinza--a hush-hush The films, produced by a smoolh'PTM' 6 ? 1 aimed . at "oming Ezio New York studio, feature un-l? 1 "" 5 f°vu\uily back up into inowru as well as stars like Mlscha Auer, ballerina Melissa Hayden and comic Jack Gilford. You'll be seeing more and more course in reading. CLOONEV AND TEDDY the stratosphere where it was when he clicked in "South Pacific." NBC genius Ted Mills has ; ^.,. s .,,,,,,: .,,,, ,,,,,,« teen assi'iied to the basso on a of this lype of programming, isi f u l M l m f ba . sls »' llh °. rders fo «· TV stays on longer hours and be-1 VJmp the slnger s entlrc show comes more cost conscious. I t j STEVENS SUBS might pay you to take a refresher: Joel McCrea isn't ready to do : TV yet, so Craig Stevens replace him as star of "Tales of think Rosemary hit record, was Most people Clooney's first 'Come on-a My House." She'll TV . WHBU-Jack Berch Show. _ 11:1J A. K. WHBU-- Aunt Jennv. _ U:J» A. M. WHBB-- Break Th« Bank. _ 11« Itaox WHBU-- Paul Harvev. 11:11 P. M. -- Rhythm Roundup. _ U:» P. M. WHBU-- Vblt With Vema. _ ii-.a p. M. WHBU-- Super Outz. _ ' l^t p. M. WHBU-- Headline News. NEW YORK W-The hunting i son is on in Central Park. This morning atjd every morning during the annual bird migration time, scores of enthusiasts, armed with binoculars and identification books, prowl the glides of this 862- acre, $800,000,000 bird sanctuary to add new species la their annual lists. The hunting thus far hasn't been very good. Although the trees are leaved out early, making observation, difficult, the. migration, has been late. The big wave, of warblers, due May JO, may not be along for several days. FOBM FIATEMTrnr The bird watchers form a kind of fraternity. They concentrate in so well she calls them "my an-i nuities." According to James Caddijsan, DuMont's director of programming. Bishop Fulton Sheen had to be persuaded to use that handsome study as a set for his sermons. He'd wanted to appear in front of a church, by remote pickup- Mary Hartline, the beautiful! blonde who stars on ABC's "Super Circus," is married to a Chi-' cago tax specialist. That's ore' household where both husband and wife can fill out a form. are uncommon and not to be misted. People not in the know think the watchers a little craiy, one of tbem confessed, although an officer once thought of running a watcher in at a Peepmg Tom. In the. last kail century, more than 225 species of birds have been observed in the park, including 38 different kinds of warblers, a snowy rjwl from the far north, Museum of Natural History, and exchange the pissword, "Seen anything good" as they meet from time to time. One woman who answered "Yes, a Cape May warbler, down that way," was nearly trampled in the '"»» west and a purple gallinale from the south. On just one day, May 10, 1927, a list of 78 was compiled. That's good in any country. ALWAYS ON MOVE The nice thing about the park, YOUH DELUXE DHTVE-M THEATRE SOUTH ANDERSON · BJMIe Playgrwl · Drew a YM Fleas* · Befresluaeit Start · Complete Friracy · Na Bah; Sitter PnWem · Cieai Bett · IWivUul Speaker! Think of The Advantages CHILDREN UNBEB U FBEE WHEN _ _ WHBTJ-- Agafaut Th« Storm. _ 1:M P. M. WHBU-- Thb I Pe'levf; Valenlino. I:U P. K. MBS --Recording of Past World Series G.irne. _ 1M P. K. WHBU-- AP Ne*"s Summary. t:f3 P. M. WHBU-- Muaic Matlner M. -- Bate «r gear| _ 1:1J P. WHBU-- House Party. DEADLY MEN NO OTKEB FBISON CAN HOLD! _ 1:4* P. M. WHBTJ-- Cedrlc Atfami. _ 1:4S P. X. WHBTJ-- Strange Romance. HE WALLS* FOLSOM PWSON TREAT HER TO,.. A GIANT of a FUN SHOW! BOX OFFICE OPEN TODAY 1! NOON TO II P.M Eida TWay Of The River · CO-FEATUBE · V I R G I N I A DALE ' ·ING , VIRGINIA , FRED CROSVY * DALE * ASTAIRE "HOLIDAY INN" ITS THCK RRST PICTURE COLOK...AND THQR fUNNKST BY fAKI A GiH I. Every Port" MAT I O - I 7 - I S - I 9 ! TECHNKOLOR1 i while continental areas have dry I winters. Fried or baked chicken, baked ham, $1.00. Post Office Cafe. LAST TOIES TODAY "SILVER CANYON" AND "SUNSET PASS" UKrUIK.9DMCBt.M1E NHTUBi MIOIfTRMi TMHTE mnTE · SOR |n TKS. CIAWEI-CIHY -- 3 SHOWS DAILY- COMFOtTAM.t EXOTK YAMA6UCHI ·JAPANESE WAR IRIM 1t-17-l*-l» -QUO VANS" Ihe Texas Rangers" when it hoof- beals over (he home screens. Jack Webb's "Dragnet" pictures ! are no ' ' ' j setback to his Mark VII company's take over Ihe best of the crime detection shows. There will be only minor cast changes when "Life With Luij-i" hits the parlor theater circuit. Alan Reed, Mary Shipp and Jody Gilbert will still be in there pilch- ing with J. Carrol Naish. LEGAL NOTICES (C01ICE OF A P r O I H T K E r*xlre h hereby siren tnal the trider- , "llnej In, been a|,|v.;iiied Eswutor cf Hie I Estate of neiirtnlt ^jj-ler dereaftil. Said EMale ti aujipoK-rl o be client, llale.l a I AnJ»rion. Ihls J3ih dar sf tVKBETT K JlrDAXIKU Iterelt E. Mrllar.lcl]. AMcraer X» B - I K ; -- Mar 1-10-li. LEC*L K O T I C E " Slale of Inilin:*. Mad^-;n CouuH «j · Arthur H. U. l.icd vs. I'a^illne Ho::ir.t. la ihe Saperliir Court of ilaOlioa COJOIT. At*ll lenn. isr.j. C»i»e -No. H I M . NOTICE TO D E F E K D A U T To« ire hereby notUkd lhat the pliln. tiff tm Illed .... which .comr]ilnt .li conplatat a;i]rut JOTt, lit for aljael'.L!* dlTorce and jou are reralrej t .. lad ansn-tr on or herore the ilat du ot June. IKi ' surrer deraull her l'H H. ARillNCTON Cterk. bblni. . . Ai;nroer for I'lanlirr. N'». B-ISK -- Maj a-IO-i;. LEGAL NOTICE OF r U B L I C H E A N'otlrt la herebj Alcoholic Reverase - Die Ixjral Bwrd of SUvU s on rush before she got the words out I ' rom » bir d watcher's viewpoint, of her mouth Cape Ma; warblers i" thlt birds seen there are all on ' I the move. They drop in at night as at an oasis in a brick wilderness, but find next day it is no place to settle down. So they move on promptly, and their passage can thus be checkecl accurately. J. T. Nichols of thte American birds in Ihe park since he was a kid in the nineties, doesn't think UK hunting as good as it used to be. On he other hand Geoffrey Carlelon, author of "Birds ef Central Park," calls it one of the best bird walcthing places in SO miles. It's good enough anyway to attract every morning and every lunch hour hundreds of amateur-and professional -- bird hobbyists, all hoping for the big day when they can hang u^ » stupendous record of th* number of birds seen or. better still, spot some strange bird that, like many a New Yorker, has found himself where he didn't Ind'ana. will, it 8 a. m or\ th* ?Slh dij of illy c. S. T.. I3ii it the IVcinlistiner'i Court la the Cl;r or Anikr- s*«. Indiana, la .alj C'itinlr. lw;!n I n u t ll!4tlca nr the a|.pllrj:|r. n ..f |),e rolliwiilz nied penon. rr ^ uf , L lr.: the l^s^e tv . applicant, it tlie litr*Lnaf:er set , oni, or the Alrohoilc H e t e r i c e Per^l: tht ch« he letter Bel place, rereke In COTK-ernln; the fitness *.f said Rd tlie propriety of liiulnf tlie pern:lt J at jali] line piled for la ju.-ri arplln caTned: . Frank f^acipravle. S llti Main HI.. Alidrrv j li.iu.ir and v i n e r t t u l e n at Lhe rtc'Jil:ea 5. freMi'iralO. 1MJIAXA ALCOHOLIC BEV COMMISSION B r _ J O H X r. .NUOXAN BKBNA'HU r. Don. t Chalrnan _ _ _ LEGAL N O T I C E O F F U B L I XolSi-e li lierrby slte.i inal Ihe l*.i\ . . . . cam. it itir |.ir*tlon htr«lr.jf:er itt gm. of the middle latitudes the I oceans tend to have rainy »in!ers Ojr.lv. l d»jr nJ!»ni. 1.11;. ,i r M« r. s 7 . a.kVr In [lie cu nld Cuunljr. 3i: at lh» ci;y i^ K!w»*i. I n , larull»i:oa .- Atroj^Uc Tltialter dvj^nited a nj wUI. it 5 I.e Ulne*s cf uli] jrillra-:!, t h j the. r'i?r!«t nf Issuing ilte i^rrjU applM for J syfh applicant it tte :-Kml!e. n a c r f JiV'i ^Jater. Si:(. (rii:»i:r.n'.l. l i l t i ·! «lr* retailers. ' Said lnve,tl-a:lnn »Hi be n^en to t h a itbi.c. anl public pirtklpatua h re- ' IXUI.V.VA Al.r.oiWI.ir BEVEHAUi; COUMISSION »T JOH.\ 1. XOONAS St-Telary KEEXARU E. DOYLE ». ».|.i: --_jl»_r_». NOTICE TO »0»-«£SIDE»TS " flale or iDdiina. (.'ouat; of JladliOD Ml n Uie Madl-on Circuit C'o-jtt: April Tera, l;«. c«we X*. r,Si W In le matter of Ihe adnp-.Eoi or Ellu- bclhj fain. lUiwaril I;n (Uln. [kiraiht An) Cain. Mauilc* Ucn Cala lj Arnold Dua- 'nr. and Emma Dmml.i:. L^.hand ind w i TO: .smart tain. l!ie aalur.il (all.fi of EI'.utxiM t a i n . r.dwaM DOT Cain and lKrathrAn« Caltf Chrhtlne Cain, the atla-il rao-her «f Fjlutli Ciln. fxfati V M Clio. Dcm-Jij A B a Cala, ar.4 Miurkc Leaa Cain. Tae unhewn oitanl ntler of Xaurlct leoa Cain. lira *f the atote Biaed careali !i ·wlfled that on the S;h dij c,r lai "·:! | irnold rmnnlriji a n d En«, riii-.ai;- f-i , I l^elT pe'JIloi ia th! Slatf.un nrruli Co-irL r , l « the state e-l lodlar.i. TOT ihe i.t*ju-.- ; i o f y-nt eolnir children. I v a l t . K:^je:a fain. a«arj Dsa Cal«. DbrHby Asn Ca:.. IM Maajlce fon Cala. and ttey ban alio edoried on Inelr peslliin and filed lh« aflldatlia of i«, ( ;i dl1n:erei!e1 (Kr- t h a t jna are noa-ieildtau ef th* Slate of Indlaaa. And whereu. py «rier of the NtlUna rviuaty arcalt Court la the 5:i:e of made and entered la We ab-iv* entitled procrt^ij*. eirli or jna are r.jw cotiried 10 arpeir acd aas*rr ihe pe-Kioa on the 3th T ol Julr. 1931 tht un)« i«im« the -- |.dlcla\ dar «f las Atoll terea of »alj MaJlwi Clrrill Tourt. SOW THEIlErOSE. e..-h r,f y cu in hfrebj Djtmed or Ihe r:iln2 add U-.a Hr.der.fy «f UM M U U m tnr the atoptlia ef jour oldar ehlli-es bj tt.nt peiitmeri, aa"» that unless roa apreir tnd aar*er or oHect therete at u-.e caltltn of laid pro. reedlsfs on Ihe 3th day ol Jclr. ll'^l. sa'.J K'Ulaa and the laaUera and T^ltn therein, and iKejed «IH b« heard ar.1 »sin Ti.'uxixnTos rlert ef Mad'un Or.-u'.t Cou** . Boirm si THAnaetel atloneri lor petltlsatrv *» »-·)»! -- Mar IMI-H.

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