The News-Palladium from Benton Harbor, Michigan on November 5, 1960 · 17
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1SS0 THE NEWS - PALLADIUM,- BENTON HARBOR, MICE SECTION TWO PAGE SEVEN, Port Study Fund Totals &680N6W - Campaign Past - ' Half way Mark , Hie dxbn to rate $11,000 for phue one of a twin cities port r ? study na passed Oa halfway point, John Chapman, manager , of the Twin Cities Cnamber of Commerce, said todaj? t A total of (8,680 has been eot- lecfied Ia eash and pledge from - m business firms, organisations and mdlTidusJs, Chapman said. A chamber of commerce can-"tsssing crew still has 140 mors prospects to Tisit The money would be used to pay for an extenstre professional . survey to determine whether a commercial port in the twin ClUes would be practical. If this phase one surrey proves affirmative, another survey will determine such questions as the sise and type of port needed and how tt could be financed. - Phone Work TtTT t wav South Hayen Cost Put At $106)00 SOUTH BAVZKOonstructioa fa underway on a $106,000 expansion project In the South Haven telephone exchange area, W. D. Hansen, district manager - of General Telephone Co, announced today. j The project Is one of the first - steps required to convert South Haven to dial operation which is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 1063. The overall cost of the program has been set at $3 million. Hansen said this project pro-Tides for laying 30 ' miles of cables m the South Haven area, 15 miles of which win be buried. In addition to Improving services for present customers in the area, Hansen said the expanded facilities win enable General Telephone to furnish service for people who have applied for, and cot received telephone service. South Haven Hospital Notes . SOUTH HAVEN Seven persons were admitted to South Haven hospital Friday. They were: Mrs. Clarence Lundy. Mrs. Yetta Bttman, Walter Redless. Mrs. Iola Corby, and Mrs. WQmm Hente. of South Haven; Mrs. Thera Garrison, of Bangor, and Kenneth Burrtdge. of St. Joseph. . Discharged were Steven Bur-foyne, Mrs. Hershal Hale and . Mrs. Paul Long, of South Haven, and Mrs. Geve Stowrnan, of Bangor. just : The 1. A child must be 21 to use a tavern. 2. Patrons of taverns, no matter where located, are not classified as Hoodlums as stated in the postcard mailed out Many of our best citizens patronize tarerns, dubs, etc. where beYerageg by the glass are sold. 3. We have a constable. With beverages by the glass in Lincoln Township, its crime rate is to high that it also has one constaWe. We and they hare the same constable cost. 4. No Tavern may be licensed without: a) The consent of at least 60 of its potential neighbors. ' b) the specific approval of the Township Board. e) the authorization of the 'state liquor commission. CONSIDER THESE FACTS TIIEII . . . PoLAdr. VOLUME GREAT Results Of Traffic Quiz Announced LANSING TW average fly In the Benton Harbor - St Joseph area makes nearly eight automobile trips a day, the Michigan Stat Highway ..department reported today. This fact was revealed during a comprehensive crigin-o Uon traffic surrey made by the departmenn traffic division re cently. Highway department of fidafe said it is slightly below the state average of Is trips per day per family. -- Interviews vtttt Utl holders in the area revealed they made 15J00 trips per day. The Interviews wlU later be analysed to determine the purpose of the trips and other information. The survey showed that an average of 6&00 vehicles enter or leave the Benton Harbor - St. Joseph area each week-day dur ing the summer months. In addition to the boose-to-hoose Interview. 44J7T vehicles were stopped during the survey and the driver was questioned about bis trip. The type of vehicle and number of occupants also was noted. Van Bur en J ail Vote Clarified The manner of voting in Van Boxen county on a proposed Jail addition was Incorrectly reported in the Thursday News-Pal-ladtam. Only ptopeUv owners will be permitted to vote on whether to levy a one-mill tax for the construction, while all voters may ballot on whether to exceed the IS-mill property tax limitation. The News-Palladium bad reversed the two proposals, and regrets the error. LOCAL MAN HURT Car Skids Into Train Two men escaped serious in jury when their ear skidded mto We side or a mesa JoconwUve at the Water street crossing at 1:23 pjn. Friday, Benton Harbor police reported. Officers took a passenger tn the car, Andrew Lee Conn. 34, of 383 Park street, to Mercy hospital where he was X-rayed for a possible neck injury and treated for forehead lacerations. Police said Charlie eleven Oohn, 34, of 1863 Highland avenue, driver of the car, was not Injured. Ralph Gley of Elkhart, IjmL, was engineer on the New York Central railroad locomotive. Police said there are no signal lights at the orossing. rainr toiet A Group of Secret Thoughtful Citizens . - . . , - .- ' A " A Postcard About Beverages By The ' To The Vote rs o f- -. ST. JSSEFkl Card Docs HERE ARE Staa Modelewski Jr. Today's WeatJier NEW YORK It will be warmer Saturday night through most of the northwest quarter and cooler over most of the area east of the Mississippi except Florida. Cooling is dqe also for the southern Plains into the southern Rockies. Scattered showers and occasional rain will dot much of the southern border states from Louisiana westward with showers in the mid-Mississippi and Ohio walleys up into the lower Lakes. There will be some snow flurries in the upper Mississippi valley. (AP Wirephoto Map) 'Red Address Residences, Businesses ArevLt Forgotten As the 1-94 freeway has opened, segment by seg ment in southwestern Michigan, residents and business establishments along the old highway it replaced might have suddenly found themselves' without an address. the best known street address in Utchigmn. they could have suddenly lived on -old 13". a mnp term thai wont appear on any road signs or any road However, by the foresight of the road commission managers in Beuien and Van Buren counties, they do have the new ad- of Red Arrow highway. And it. has road signs to that effect that any motorist or traveller can follow from the Van Buren- Kalamasoo county line to the state line near New Buffalo. As the freeway opens, the US-12 reverts from state to county control and its up to the counties what they want to do about naming the suddenly thoroughfare. ABfOCOKIAI. . By legislative enactment some years ago, TJS-12 was officially designs ted Red Arrow Memorial highway, honoring the 33nd "Red Arrow division of Michigan that won glory m World War X and the facts TOUlilllP Not ' State Facts ! THE FACTS On "Sale cf Spirits" CmuaitUe Chairmaa -; v - t . ' - II I - ... - i Map Arrow' Hisrlr For Old US-12 World War U.. Heath Calvin and Paul Kaiser, road commission managers respectively for Berrien and Van Buren county highway departments,' recognised in advance that if each county slaped a different title on its portion of the highway the route would become lost to travellers. Business establishments of long standing would suae the invaluable- aaset ef a signed route that anyone could follow. Calvin and Kaiser agreed some time ago to name their parts, of "old 13" as Red Arrow highway, and they got the state highway department to allow "pre-sign-ing- of the Hew Buffalo to Kala- masoo stretch with Red Arrow signs about a year ago. This allowed motorists to gain some familiarity with the Calvin said he hopes St. Joseph and Benton Harbor and other cities on the Red Arrow will use Red Arrow signs along the city rai Sent . " Glass Proposition y Of, J. A V vAv - portions of the route so motorists can follow it through the cities easily. Actually, old 12 is officially designated Red Arrow Memorial highway all the way to Detroit. But little of the route beyond the Van Buren-Kalamazoo line is marked as Red Arrow. Kaiser explained that much of the remainder of old 12 will remain in the state highway system as 1-94 Business routes into various cities, and cannot bear double identifications. , ' Berrien, Van Buren and Allegan counties are going to unite in naming and "pre-signing" the existing US-31 highway as the Blue Star Memorial highway in advance of construction and opening of the projected 1-96 which will replace US-31, Kaiser reported. - It is a serious problem ts business people who live along a busy highway to suddenly lose it," said the Van Buren road manager. USED TO CHANGE But, business people along old 12 excuse it, Red Arrow in Van Buren have lived with 1-94 in operation for a couple of months now and ha vent suffered any appreciable loss of business, ac cording to Kaiser. "In the first two weeks after 1-94 opened here in August, they thought they would curl up and die. Everybody wanted to use 1-94 at first." But now the novelty has worn off, and there has been no appreciable loss of business except for the first couple of weeks, Kaiser related. STILL PARKING PROBLEM He noted: "Jn Paw Paw you still cant find a place to park today." The Van Buren road chief suggested that drivers in Benton Harbor and St, Joseph are going to find it a pleasure to have the truck traffic taken off their main streets, now that the Golden Belt section of 1-94 has been opened around the two towns. Kaiser said residents in -Van Buren towns found that to be true. It is very noticeable when the noise and congestion of the big cross country haulers are pulled off a town's streets, he said. Arrested In Alleged Hit -Run Case A driver allegedly involved in a hit-run accident Friday night was arrested on a drunk and dis orderly charge by Benton Harbor police. Walter Ruel Hopson, 57, of 244 South. McCord street, was picked up by Sgt. Edward Merrill and Patrolman Ronald E.- Smith in the parking lot of the housing project at High and McCord streets. The officers said he was reported as the driver of a car which hit a car on Riverside drive and left the- scene. The driver of the other car, Michael William Bielman of 736 Riverside drive, followed Hopson to the parking lot. Hopson was one of five persons arrested on drunk charges Friday. Ralph Joyner of 387 Lincoln avenue was booked on a drunk charge after police received a re port that he and a woman were fighting at the Lion bar on Water street. Police took Joyner to Mercy hospital for treatment three cuts around the right eye. Howard Elton Prescott, 58- year-old transient, was arrested in front of the Market View restaurant on Bond street Police said he has a record of 29 arrests on drunk charges since 1946. Hartford Club Holds Bake Sale HARTFORD A home baked goods sale sponsored by the local Child Care club was scheduled for today at Hitchcock's hardware store. The group met at the home of Mrs. Richard Clark this week and plans were made, for several projects, including the sale of Sun Flower dish clothes and toothbrushes. The profits will go towards the club's donation to the v skating rink fund the Hartford Council for Recreation is presently promoting. W V Route 31 -To Become Route 33 Change Revealed By Highway Dept. LANSING The Michigan State Highway department announced today that a seven-mile section of US-31 north of St. Joseph will be marked as US 31 and US-33. - Eventually,, the highway will be known only as US-33 and the US-31 route markers will be removed. The change will come in Labout two years jrhenthe new Interstate 96 Freeway is opened to-traffic-la-the- area.- US-31 will be routed over the freeway. US-31 from the Michigan-Indiana line south of Niles to St. Joseph how carries the dual US-31 -US -33 designation and the dual numbering will be continued from the Intersection of Main street and Niles avenue in St. Joseph north to Hager Shore road, which is in the area where it will intersect with the new freeway. Highway department officials said that by dual signing the route now, business establishments on the highway can prepare their advertising material to show the new US-33 designation. Preaching SeriesTo Openjlere Dr. W. Dale Oldham, heard locally each' Sunday mornng over radio, station WHFB, will be featured in the twin cities in a preaching series being sponsored by the First Church of God. St. Joseph. Doctor Oldham comes from a busy pastorate at the Park Place Church of God, Anderson, Ind. This church is the college church for Anderson College, which bestowed an honorary doctor's degree on him in 1945. Dr. Oldham is the author of five books, including a 1958 publication entitled "LIVING CLOSE TO GOD." His travels have taken him to the West Indies in 1948, 12 European , countries in 1950. seven European countries in 1955, and to Japan in 1953. The Rev. Marvin J. Hartman, pastor of the sponsoring First Church of God, said that Dr. Oldham will be speaking at the Methodist Peace Temple in Benton Harbor, Sunday evening. Nov. 6 and then each evening next week at the First Church of God, Niles and -Botham, St. Joseph. The public is invited to this preaching series. Driver-Held In Crash Here Melvin Lewis HalL 36, of 452 Colfax avenue, was arrested on a charge of driving under the influence of intoxicants by Benton Harbor police at 3 a. m. today. Patrolman John Bellinger said Hall was trying to drive his car out of a parking place on Water street when it jumped the curb, struck a parking sign, parking meter and struck another car. TO THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF PIPESTONE TOWNSHIP Notice is hereby given that a General Election will be held at the Pipestone Township Hall on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 1960. The polls of said election will be open from 7:00 A. M. until 8:00 P. M. of said day of election. GEORGE GLADE Twp. Clerk Nov. 4-5 Adv. GENERAL ELECTION' To the Qualified Electors: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That a General Election will be held in the Township of Hagar. State of Michigan at Township Hall, Riverside within said Township on - Tuesday, Novem- j ber 8, 1960 for the purpose of electing the following officers, vis: National: President and Vice-President of. "the United States.! State: Governor, Lieutenant Governor,- Secretary of State, Attorney General, State Treasurer. Auditor General. Congressional:., United States Senator, Representative in Congress. Legislative: State Senator, Representative. County: Prosecuting Attorney, Sheriff, county Clerk, County Treasurer, Register of Deeds, Auditor in Counties electing same, Drain Commissioner, Coroners, Surveyor, and such other Officers as are elected at that time. -. NON-PARTISAN ELECTION For the purpose of electing the following of fleers,, vis: One Justice of the Supreme Court (To Fill vacancy) judge of Probate and to vote on the following constitutional amendments: Constitutional Amendment No. 1 Proposed amendment to article X of the Michigan" Constitution adding a section 28 relative to school bonds and state loans to school districts. Constitutional Amendment Ne. 2 -Proposed amendment to section 23, Article X of the Michigan Constitution increasing the sales tax limitation. Constitutional Amendment Ne. 3 Proposed amendment to Section 4, article XVII of the Michigan Constitution realtive to Constitutional conventions. Also any , additional amendments or propositions that may be submitted. . Notice . Relative to Opening and closing, of the polls. Election law, Act 116, P. A. 1954. Section 720. On the day of any election the polls shall.be opened at 7 , o'clock in 'the forenoon, and shall be continuously open until 8 o'clock in the afternoon and no longer. Every qualified elector present and in line at the polls at the hour prescribed for the dosing thereof shall be allowed to vote. - The polls of said election will be open at 7 o'clock . m. and will remain open until 8 o'clock pjn. of said day of election. HOWARD D. BISHOP ' Township Clerk Nov. 4-5 Adv. ' LEGAL NOTICE HEARING ON AMENDMENT TO BENTON TOWNSHIP ZONING ORDINANCE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Zoning Board of Ben ton Township, Berrien County, Michigan, will meet at the Ben ton Township, Municipal Buud-tog at 1725 Territorial Road in Benton Township, Berrien Coun ty, Michigan, on Wednesday the 9th-day- of , Novemberl960at 7:30 o'clock in the evening of said day for the purpose of determining if the aoning classification of the following described premises: Lot IX Belmont Acres, Benton Township, Berrien County, Michigan, according to the recorded plat thereof, in the name of Ernest Trimble, should be changed from A-2 Residential to E-Restricted Industrial. At the above time and place all parties win be given an opportunity to be beard. Dated: October 14. 1960 BENTON TOWNSHIP ZONING BOARD Oct. 15. Nov. S Adv LEGAL NOTICE HEARING ON AMENDMENT TO BENTON TOWNSHIP ZQNING ORDINANCE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Zoning Board of Benton Township, Berrien County, Michigan, will meet at the Benton Township Municipal Building at 1725 Territorial Road in Benton Township, Berrien County. Michigan, on Wednesday the 9th day of November, 1960 at 7:30 o'clock in the evening of said day for the purpose of determining if the zoning classification of the following described premises: East 10 acres of the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 9, Township 4 South, Range 18 West, except the South 233 feet of the West 189 feet thereof, Benton Township, Berrien County,. Michigan, in the name of Herbert A. Reimers, should be changed from AA Rural to A-2 Residential. ' At the above time and place all parties interested will be given an opportunity to be heard. Dated: October 14. 1960 BENTON TOWNSHIP ZONING BOARD News-Palladium -Oct 15-Nov. S Adv. Legal TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: TAKE NOTICE That on Septeober 22. 1M0. a Witt of Attachment was Issued Iran the Circuit Court for the County of Berrien. Stat f Mcb-ieaa. whereui Hamilton. Harris A Company, an Indiana corporation, is named as Plaintiff, and Thomas 3. Foley, is named as Defendant, for th sum at Tea Thoasaad (Sls.MW) Dollars, and that said Writ was returnable an October 12, IMS. Dated: October 13. IMS BUTZBAUGH. PACE AND BTRNS ' By Chester J. Byras. Attorneys for Plaintiff BUSINESS ADDRESS:: . 1T2 Bast Main Street. Benton Harbor. Mlchltan. Oct U-B-2S, Nov. S-U-U oaoca von rtrsajcATfow final State of Michigan. Th Probata Court fur th County ef Berrien. la the Matter af the Es-tote af Rosa P. Cooper. Deceased. At a session of aaid Court, held on November 2nd, A. D 1M Present, Honors he Junaa B. Hughes, Judg af Probata, - Notice Is Hereby Given, That the petition of Stewart T. Cooper. . the Executor of aaid estate, praying that his final account be auowed and the residue af aaid estate snlgind to the persons entitled thereto, will be-heard at the Probate Court oa December Mb,: A. D.. 1M. St letlt a. m.: tt tat Ordered, that none thereof be given by piiblkeltoii af a copy hereof for three weeks consecutively previous to said day of hearing, tn the Saturday edition af the News-Palladium, and that the petitioner cause a copy of this notice to be served upon each known party in Interest at his last known . address by registered, certified, or ordinary mail (wiut proof of mailing, or by personal service, at least fourteen Utl days prior to such hearing. (Seal) - JULIAN E. HUGHES, Certified to by: Judge of Probate. GEOROIANA KALUS. Deputy Register ef Pinhole. v Nov. S-12-1 - order arromimo time FOR BEARING CLAIMS State ef Michigan. Th Pi abate Court for the County of Berrien. In the Matter ef th Estate at Harry C Caster. Deceased. At a session of aaid Court, held an November 1st, A. D, It. Present, Honorable Julian E. Hughes. Judge af Probate. Notice ts Hereby otvea. That an creditors of said ileceased ar reaatred to present their dates tn writing and under oath, to aaid Court, and to serve a copy thereof upon Albert W. Olson, of Benton Harbor. Michigan. fiduciary of said estate, and that such claims will be heard by said Court at the Probate Office an January 25th, A. D, ltL at 1 A. M. tt is Ordered. That notice thereof be given by publication of a copy hereof for three weeks consecutively preriou to aaid day of bearing, ba the Saturday edition af the Newa-Palladrom. and that the fiduciary cava a copy ef thia antic to be served upon each known party a interest at hit last known address by registered, certified ar ordinary man i with proof f mailing, ar by piiwml service at least fourteen (141 days prior to such bearing. (Seal) JULIAN E. HUGHES. Certified to by: Judge af Probate. GEOROIANA KALUS. Depute Register of Probate. Nov. s-12-1 . -r- ORDER FOB PTTsUCATlON State ' af Michigan. Th Probate Court tar the County ef Berrien. In the Matter of the Estate of Haraid A- Masters, Deceased, v At a session of aaad Coart. held on October Jath, A. D, lata. Present, tionorsble Julma K. Hughes, Judge ef Probate. Notice ts Hereby Given. That the petition ef Ruby D. Masters,- the Administratrix of said estate, praying that her final account be allowed and the residue of said estate assigned to th persons entitled ' thereto, will be heard at the Probate Coart on December (th, m. D, 1. at It J A. M : It is Ordered, that notice thereof be given by publication of a copy hereof for three weeks consecutively prevt-oas ts said day ef bearing, a tat Saturday edition of the Newe-Pauad-lum, and that the peUtlonei cause a copy of this node to be served upon each known party tn to teres at his mst known ail ilia by registered, eex- ttflol r ordinal y aaait twith prao af maffinci. er by poraenal terrlee,' atteast fonrtsea (14J days prior tot SeaI - JOUAW . HUGHES? Certified to by: Jadaw of Pruoau. GKORGIANA EJLLTJS. ; . Depot y Register of Probata. Nor. s-12-ls M9 Stat of Mich trait. The Probate Coart for tho Conty of Berrien. In tho Matter of the Estate. t Doroth Puller Vawief. De af said Court, held an Noeessber 2nd- A. D.. 1M0. Present. Hoaorahlo Julian E. Huffaes, Judge of Probate Notice is Hereby Orrem. That the petition of William A. Vawter H, praying that the instraoBeitt fSad hi said Coart be admitted to probate as the Last Will and Testament of said de-mill, that administration of said estate be granted to William M. Vawter, 11 ar some outer suitable person, and that the heirs of said deceased be de termined, will be heard at th Prebsu Conn an December Sth, A. D, 160. at IIS A. 14 u is usuaeu, iw EKJUTI increox ba airen Br publication of s copy hereof for three weeks ConaeeutiTely prerioas to said day af hearing, in the Saturday edition of the Newt-Pauadram. and that the petitioner cans a copy of this notice to be serr-ed upon each known party in interest at his last known address by registered or certified mail, or by personal sen-ice. at least fourteen (14 days prior to such hearing. iSeali JTTLXAJV E. HUGHES, Certified to by: Judge of Probate. GEOROIANA KALUS. Depaty Register of Probata. Nor. S-1S-1S OBDER APrOrVTTNG TIME FOR BEARING CLAIMS 4203S1 State of Michigan, The Probate Court for th County of Berrien. In the Matter ef th Estate of Ciara L Gostaf son. Deceased. At a session of said Court, bald on November 1st, A. D.. laao. Present, Honorable Julian E. Boshes, Judge of Probate. Notice ' is Hereby Given, That all creditors of said deceased art r auired to present their claims la writing and under oath, to said Court, and to serve a copy thereof upon Blends A. Seaburg. of Benton Harbor. Michigan, fiduciary of said estate, and that such claims will be heard by said Court at the Probate Office en January SSUl, a. D, 1M1. at : A, M, , J It is Ordered. That notice thereof be given by publication f a copy hereof for three weeks consecutively preriou to said day of hearing, in th Saturday edition of th News-Palladium, and that the fiduciary cause a copy of this notice to be served upon each known party tn interest at his last known address by registered, eertlfied or ordinary mall twith proof of mailing!, or by personal service at lout fourteen rl4i days prior to such hearing. Seall JULIAN E. HUGHES. Certified to by: Judge of Probate. GEORGIAN A KALUS. Deputy Register wf Probata. Nov. S-12-lt OtMI APPOINTING TIME FOR BEARING CLAIMS 103 53 Stat of Michigan, The Probate Court for th Comity of Berrien. In the Matter ef th Estate of George M. Melles, Deceased. At a session of said Court, held oa October lth, A. D . 160. Present. Honorable Julian E. Baches, Judg of Probate. Notice - is Hereby- Given, That an creditors of said deceased ar re-auired to present their claims hi writ-inx and nnder oath, .to said Court, and to serve a copy thereof upou George J. Lynch, of Benton Harbor, Michigan, fiduciary of said estate, and that such claims will be beard by said Court at the Probate Office on January lltb A. b 1ML at U:M aw It is oroereo, nut nouce uieiwt be given by publication of a copy hereof for three weeks consecutively previous to said day of hearing, lathe Saturday edition of th Newr Palladium, and that the fiduciary cause a copy of this notice to be served upon each known party In interest at his last know address by rerUtered. ceruiiea or orumsry- mau twiui pnm of mailing), or by personal service at least fourteen (14) days prar to such hearing. (Seal) JULIAN E. HUGHES, Certified to by: Judge ef Probate. GEORGIANA KAUTS. . . Deputy Register of Probata. Oct. 23-2. Nov. ORDER FOR PTJltLICATrON Aeeosnst ' 1S57S , State of Michigan. . The Probate Court for th County ef Berrien. In the Matter of th Estate of Wtllard A. Godfrey. Deceased At a session of said Court, held on the Itth day of October, A. D, its. Present, Honorable Julian K. Boshes, Judge of Probate. Notice tt Hereby Given. That the petition of Mildred L. Godfrey and A. Edward 1 Brown. Trustees of said estate, praying for the allowance of their annual account to date, will be heard at the Probate Court on November Jlst . D.. I96S at 10:30 AM; - ft is Ordered. Tfaat notioe thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, for three weeks consecutively previous to said day ef hearing, tn the Saturday edlton of the News-Palladium and that the petitioner rams a iwvj w hvww w served upon each knows party hi Interest at hit last known address by registered, certified, or ordinary mall (with proof of mailing), ar by personal service, at least fourteen (14) days prior to such hearing. ' (Seall JULIAN E. HUGHES,. Certified to by: Judge of Probate. GEORGIANA KALUS. Deputy Register of Probate. Oct. 22-2. Nov. 5 0CB APPOIN1IVO TIME FOR BEARING CLAIMS state ox Micntgaav. Th Probata Court for the County ef Berrien, In the Matter af th Estate of John W. Sims, Deceased. -At a session of said Court, held on October 20th, A. D, 1. Present, Honorable Julias E. Hughes, Judge of Probate. ' Notice . ts Hereev Otvea. That aO creditors af said deceased arc required to present their claims tn writing and wader oath, to aaid Court, and to serve a copy thereof upon MUtoa L. Taylor, of Sodus. Michigan, fiduciary of said estate, and that such claims wm be heard by aaid Court at the Probata Office em January 11th. A. D. 1M1. at It -tt A. M. It is Ordered, That notice thereof S, L fc MMlMttaM . MM hereof for three weeks eonsecuttvery pievions to said day of hearing, tn the Saturday edition of the News-Pauadtum. and that tho fiduciary cans a copy of this notice to be served upon each known party In interest at hi last known address by registered, certified or ordinary snsO (with proof of mailing), or by personal serv ice at least fourteen (14) days prior to such hearing. (Seall JULIAN B. HUGHES, Certified to by: Judge ef Probst. GEORGIANA KALUS. Deputy Register of Probata. Oct. 22-2. Nov. -5 ORDER FOR PVT0.1CATION Fuaal An a eat 20202 State af Michigan, The Probate Court for the County of Berrien. In tho Matter of th Estate of Lela 8 Randall. Deceased. At a session of aaid Court, held on October 14th, A. D, IMS. Present, Honorable Julian E. Hughes, Judge of Probate. Notice ts Hereby JOreen, That TJi petition of Neville P. Whitney, th Administrator ef aaid estate, praying that his final account be allowed and the reaidu af said estate assigned to the persons entitled thereto, will b heard at the Probate Court an November 21st, A. D, lvwS. at It: J) A. VL: It it Ordered, that notice thereof be given by publlcalioa of a copy hereof for three weeks coiisetutliely iwkw to aaid day of bearing, hi the Saturday edition of th News. Panadtum, and that th petitioner cause a copy of this notice to be amid upon each known party to fee teres at his lat known address by registered, certified, or ardinsry man iwith proof of malting!, ar by personal service, at least fourteen (14) days prior to asrrt bearing . Seal) JTLIAN E. HUG HIM, Certified to by: - Jed- tf Pro bat. GEOROIANA KALTJS. Deputy Reelster of Probate. Oct, iJ -M, ov. a

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