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    MONDAY, APRIL 3, 1939.
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Two elk heads and two black
beaver skins will be presented to
King George VI by P. Ashley Cooper,
governor of the Hudson's Bay Com
pany when His Majesty comes to
Winnipeg in May. It is the rent
stipulated in the royal charter grant
ed the company of "Gentlemen Ad
City
Council
Has Busy Time
Monday Night
Appoint Election Eoards, Hear Appli
cations for Licenses and Discuss
Best Boom Proposal.
The city council had a busy ses
sion Monday, March 27th at which a
wide range of business, for the city
was brought forth to be discussed
and acted upon. All of the members
were in attendance at the meeting.
Secretary John Svoboda of the fire
department transmitted the names of
Ray Wiysel and V. F. Kelley as mem
bers of the fire department and
which were confirmed.
A communication was received
from the state liquor commission
relative to the application for liquor
license of Fred Herbster for the
coming year. The matter was re
ferred to the license committee and
the recommendation made that Mr.
Herbster be allowed the license for
another year.
A communication was received ask
ing support for L. B. 227, a proposed
law that would make mandatory the
submission by cities and counties of
their bond issues to the state board
of land and buildings for purchase
if they desired. This bill has been
opposed by the League of Nebraska
Municipalities, as it would prevent
cities from securing the best possible
sales for their bonds.
Carl J. Schneider of the fire de
partment, was present and stated
that the department had the oppor
tunity of holding a fire inspection
day, sponsored under the auspices of
the., National Fire Inspectors asso
ciation. They would send free to the
city or the fire department, a staff of
from twenty to twenty-five inspec
tors, who would check the business
houses, stores, churches, homes and
schools, make their observations and
which would be left with the owners
for their personal information. Stu
dents of the schools would be con
tacted for the purpose of personal
reports from the homes as to fire
hazards. This date would be Thurs
day, April 20th. Mayor Lushinsk.v
warmly praised the work and it was
voted to have this date as fire inspec
tion day in the city.
Councilman Webb reported that a
conference of the city council com
mittee and that of the Chamber of
Commere and Junior Chamber, rel
ative to the sale of the Perkins House,
has resulted in the decision not to
sell the building at this time. .
Chairman Tippens of the streets,
alleys and bridges committee report
ed that street work was being clear
ed up and that the maintaining
force had been working in the south
oart of the city for several days.
Chairman Fred II. Vincent report
ed that eight applications had been
received for beer licenses from Henry
Timm. 525 Main street; Edward
Donat, 402 Main street; R. W Was
ley. 546 Main street; B. C. Colin. 602
Vine street; Phillip Huffman. 447
ROYAL RENT
venturers"' by King Charles H in
1670. By that charter the company
was given sole rights to trade and
commerce within the lands draining
into the Hudson Bay and the tri
bute exalted for this privilege is
two elk heads and two black beaver
skins to be paid to His Majesty, his
Main street; Emil Ptak, 110 South
6th street; George Conis, 441 J&ain
street; Carl Chriswisser, 712 Chi
cago avenue. All of the licenses are
for on and oft sales of beer. The ap
plications were received and referred
back to the committee for investi
gation, advertising and setting the
date for hearing.
Chairman" Comstock of the light
ing committee reported that the
eable that supplied the electric cur
rent for the electroliers on the north
Bide of Main street from Seventh
west had been worn out and it was
necessary to have this replaced. This
had been placed in a new conduit and
vas in the best of shape and cost
I6S.10 for the material and labor.
On the suggestion of Councilman
Comstock the hump at Chicago ave
nue and Ninth street will be remedied
as the new sewer is put in and the
sidewalks replaced along the street.
The members then took a short
adjournment to select the names of
the judges and clerks ofc election for
the city election on Tuesday, April
4th, the following being recommend
ed by the councilmen and confirmed:
First ward Judges, Val Burkel,
W. J. Hartwick, William Rice, Sr.;
Clerks, Mrs. Paul Wohlfarth, Mrs.
Frank M. Bestor.
Second ward Judges, James Now
acek, Anna Heisel, Mrs. A. F. Sey
bert; Clerks, Mrs. Paul Vandervoort,
Mrs. Joe Kvapil.
Third ward Judges, Mrs. George
Klinger, Mrs. John Kubicka, Mrs.
John Wolff; Clerks, Mrs. Luke Wiles,
Mrs. C. F. Janda.
Fourth ward Judges, John Ledg
way, George Conis, Arthur Salerno;
Clerks, Mollie Gobelman, Mrs. Clyde
Brittain.
Fifth ward Judges, William Kief,
Albert Stokes, P. A. McCrary; Clerks,
Henry Klinger, Mary Hobscheidt.
The council passed a large group
of street work orders for the various
wards and among these was the re
moval of a tile at Cass street and
near Lincoln avenue which has been
in need of replacement for some
time.
Discuss Best Boom
Vincent Kelley, president of the
Junior Chamber of Commerce, was
present at the meeting with a com
mittee from the organization, pre
senting for the consideration of the
council the matter of a municipal
rest room. The group reported that
they hud discussed the matter and
secured plans and blue prints of a
structure that would be placed under
ground and the tentative location be
oh South Fifth street near the alley.
The plans called for a structure 11
feet deep and ten feet wide and with
storage room 17x10 also. Entrance
would be similar to that of subways
from the surface, these entrances to
be some seven feet high. The cost
of this would be $5,400, it was esti
mated and that as a WPA project
it would requtire $1,350 pledged
from the city or other sponsoring
body, for material and costs to se
cure the government grant. Mr. Kel
ley gave a very clear and concise pre
sentation of the matter and which
was followed with the greatest in
terest. .
Mayor Lushinsky congratulated the
Junior Chamber on their fine work
and interest iu community affairs and
heirs or successor, whenever they
visit the domain of the company. The
historic rent was paid only once be
fore in 269 years since the charter
was granted. That was on the oc
casion of the visit of the Prince of
Wales, now H. B. H. The Duke of
Windsor, to Winnipeg in 1927.
assured them due consideration would
be given the plan, altho its financing
by the city under the present budget
setup was doubtful. He also called
attention to the fact that a sewerage
disposal plant and system woulo
probably be necessary in the next
few years and this would mean a
great deal of expense.
The matter of financing was dis
cussed at some length by the coun
cil and the Chamber committee, all
of the councilmen being decidedly in
favor of the rest room proposition,
but not able to agree on the financing
oi me proposition. M
Mayor Lushinsky explained the
budget and levy that is used and
which has in recent years cut' down
the bonded debt of the city. This
year $13,000 in principal would be
retired and it was necessary to pay
off some $11,000 interest. In 1940
the mayor pointed out that $35,000
iu bonds should be retired.
Councilman- Webb thought that
the city might be able to put in
some $500 to $600 into the plan from
various savings in other departments,
provided the remainder of the spon
sor share could be raised by activities
and subscriptions from the public by
the Junior Chamber of Commerce.
It was the decision to have the
matter studied and see if not pos
sible to work out some definite plan
to raise the money and put over this
much needed rest room.
The folllowing claims were order
ed paid by the council:
D. L. Ttamel, tractor work $ 40.05
Franklin Kief, washing sts. 10.40
D. L. Ramel, same 9.90
George Taylor, same 10.40
Ivan Taylor, same
George Taylor, street work
11.70
12.80
George Taylor, street work,
team 31.20
Harry Gochenour, cleaning
streets 28.60
Harry Gochenour, st. work 12.80
Cappeil, Electric Co., labor,
supplies 68.10
Wiles & Falk, five tile 7.50
Omaha Printing Co., six sets
election supplies 17.50
J. H. Boetel, burying( 3 dogs 1.80
Sinclair Refining Co., gas to
to tractor 20.63
Ray H. Wiysel, supplies and
labor
5.00
E. G. Weller, crushed rock for
7th and Rock street 10.00
Chicago Avenue Project
Beaver Handle Co., ax and
sledge handles $ 8.40
C. E. Welshimer, oil 16.74
Ira Johnson, supplies 2.00
Joe Mrasek, sand 66.26
Ira Clinkenbeard, truck hire 45.50
C. E. Markham, same 45.67
Charles Crawford, same 50.40
BETUBNS FBOH HOSPITAL
Mrs. Earl Redd, who has been In
the Anton Kani hospital recuper
ating from a recent operation, re
turned to her home Sunday. Mrs.
Redd has not been in very good
health for some time and since the
operation she has felt much better
and is rapidly showing signs of im
provement. The many friends of Mrs.
Redd are glad to know that she has
been able to return home and hope
that she may soon be able to resume
her activities.
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Royal Rental
To Be Paid to
King George VI
WINNIPEG, Man. When King
George VI comes to Winnipeg in May
he will collect the rent, . . . two elk
head and two black beaver skins. . .
for lands and trading privileges grant
ed by royal charter 269 years ago to
a company of one hundred "gentle
men adventurers" now known and
trading under the name of the Hud
son's Bay Co. The ceremony of pay
ing the royal rent will be quite an
historic event. It was witnessed only
once before. That was in 1927 when
the Prince of Wales, now H. R. II. The
Duke of Windsor, visited Winnipeg
'during a tour of Canada.
The setting for the ceremony, one
of the highlights of the program for
Winnipeg Royal Welcome Week, May
20-27, will be in the shadows of an
old stone gate. This is known as the
old Fort Garry gate, all that now
remains of the old fort that stood at
the confluence of the Red and Assini
boine rivers in the days when the
interepid early settlers manned the
walls to defend the fort against In
dians. It was on May .2, 1670 that the then
reigning British sovereign, Kin.?
Charles the II put his hand and seal
to a document, which in the quaint
written English of the day "granted
to the Governor and Company of Ad
venturers of England trading into the
Hudson's Bay, sole Trade and Com
merce of all those Seas Streightes
Bayes Rivers Lakes Creekes and
Soundes in whatsoever Latitude they
shall bee that lie within the entrance
of the Streightes commonly called
Hudsons Streightes. . .
The Company held this land directly
from the Crown "in free and com
mon Soccage and npt in. Capite or by
Knightes Service, YEILDING AND
PAYING to us our heires and Succes
sors -for the same two Elkes and two
Black Beavers whensoever as often as
Wee our heires and successors shall
happen to enter into the said Coun
tryes Territoryes and Regions hereby
granted."
Both elk and beaver which will be
offered as royal rent are choice speci
mens, The beavers are gleaming dark,
the pick of 16,000 skins in the comp
any's auction rooms. The elk heads
are mounted on massive oaken shields
from which the antelers spread for
10 feet. Their total weight is some
thing over 200 pounds. They will be
presented by P. Ashley Cooper, gov
ernor of the company.
A silver plate beneath each elk
head bears the following inscription:
"Yielded and paid to His Maj
esty King George the Sixth by
the Governor and Company of
Adventurers of England trading
into Hudson's Bay under the
terms of their charter granted
by King Charles the Second to
their first Governor Prince Rup
ert, 2nd, May, 1670
Winnipeg, Canada, 21 th May,
1939."
NOTICE OF PROBATE
In the County Court of Cass Coun
ty, Nebraska.
To all persons interested in the
estate of Philip T. Becker, deceased.
No. 3394:
Take notice that a petition has
been filed for the probate of an in
strument purporting to be the last
win and testament of said deceased,
and for the appointment of Frank A.
Cloidt a3 Executor thereof; that said
petition has been set for hearing be
fore said Court on the 14th day of
April 1939 at 10 a. m.
Dated March 16th, 1939.
A. H. DUXBURY,
(Seal) m20-3w County Judge,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the County Court of Cass Coun-
To the creditors of the estate of
Rachel Shrader, deceased. No. 3391:
Take notice that the time limited
for the filing and presentation of
claims against said estate is July
31st, 1939; that a hearing will be
had at the County Court room in
Plattsmouth on August 4th, 1939 at
ten o'clock a. m. for the purpose of
examining, hearing, allowing and
adjusting all claims or objections
duly filed.
Dated March 27th, 1939.
A. H. DUXBURY,
(Seal) a3-3w County Judge.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
In the County Court of Casa Coun
ty, Nebraska.
To all persona interested in the
estate of Alta Linch, deceased. No.
3359:
Take notice that the Administrator
of said estate has filed his finnl re
port and a petition for examination
and allowance of his administration
accounts, determination of heirship,
assignment of residue of said estate
and for his discharge; that said peti
tion and report will be heard before
said Court on April 28th, 1939 at ten
o'clock a. m.
Dated March 29th. 1939.
A. H. DUXBURY.
(Seal) a3-3w County Judge.
We can rurnTsn yoa wTTn num
ber Stamps made to order at a
price considerably below that you
have been paying. Prompt service.
If you need stamps,' see us.
NOTICE OF SUIT TO QUIET TITLE
In the District Court of the
County of Cass, Nebraska
City of Plattsmouth, Nebraska,
a municipal corporation, Robert
H. Gray, Elsie Anna Gray, Lisle
L. Horton, Lottie M. Horton,
Eniil Ptak and Anna Ptak,
Plaintiffs
vs.
Frances J. Solomon, R. Ti. Town
send, first real name unknown,
Frances J. Townsend also known
as Fannie I. Townsend, J. V.
Hardy, first real name unknown;
Mrs. J. V. Hardy, first real name
unknown; George W. Colvin,
Eneeba C. Colvin also known as
Euceba C. Colvin, David K.
Thomas. Mrs. David K. Thomas,
first real name unknown, W. D.
Merriam, first real name un
known, Mrs. W. D. Merriam,
first real name unknown; the
heirs, devisees, legatees, person
al representatives and all other
persons interested in the estates
of Frances J. Solomon, R. B.
Townsend. first real name un
known, Frances J. Townsend,
also known as Fannie I. Town
send, J. V. Hardy, first real
name unknown, Mrs. J. V.
Hardy, first real name un
known, George W. Colvin, En
eeba C. Colvin also known as
Euceba C. Colvin. David K.
Thomas. Mrs. David K. Thomas,
first real name unknown, W. D.
Merriam, first real name un
known and Mrs. W. D. Merriam.
first real name unknown, and
Horatio N. Dovey, each deceas
ed, real names unknown, and
all persons having or claiming
any interest in and to Lots seven
(7). eight (8), nine (9), ten
(10), eleven (11), and twelve
(12), all in Block ten (10), in
the City of Plattsmouth, Cass
County, Nebraska, real names
unknown, Defendants.
TO THE DEFENDANTS: Frances
J. Solomon, R. B. Townsend, Frances
J. Townsend also known as Fannie
I. Townsend, J. V. Hardy, first rear-
name unknown, Mrs. J. V. Hardy
first real name unknown; George W.
Colvin, Enceba C. Colvin also known
as Euceba C. Colvin. David K
Thomas, Mrs. David K. Thomas, first
real name unknown; W. D. Merriam
first real name unknown, Mrs. W
u. Merriam, nrst real name un
known; the heirs, devisees, legatees,
personal representatives and all other
persons interested in the estates of
Frances J. Solomon, R. B. Townsend
first real name unknown, Frances J.
Townsend. also known as Fannie L
Townsend, J. V. Hardy,' first real
name unknown, Mrs. J. V. Hardy,
first real name unknown, George W.
Colvin, Enceba C. Colvin also known
as Euceba G. Colvin, David K
Thomas, Mrs. David K. Thomas, first
real name unknown. W. D. Merriam,
first real name unknown, Mrs. WV D
Merriam, first real name unknown
and Horatio N. Dovey, each deceas
ed, real names unknown; and all
persons having or claiming any in
terest in and to Lots seven (7),
eight (8), nine (9), ten (10), eleven
(11), and twelve (12), all in Block
ten (10), in the City of Plattsmouth,
cass county, rseDraska, real names
unknown:
You and each of you are hereby
notified that City of Plattsmouth,
Nebraska, a municipal corporation
Robert H. Gray, Elsie Anna Gray,
Lisle L. Horton, Lottie M. Horton,
Emu rtak and Anna Ptak, plaintiffs.
filed a petition and commenced an
action against you and each of you
in the District Court of Cass County,
Nebraska, on March 23, 1939; the
object, purpose and prayer of which
is to obtain a decree of court quiet
ing the title to Lots seven (7), eight
(8), nine (9), all in Block ten (10),
in the City of Plattsmouth, Cass
County, Nebraska, in said plaintiff.
City of Plattsmouth, Nebraska; and
quieting the title to the north half
(N) of Lot twelve (12) and the
north half (N) of the east 38
feet of Lot eleven (11), all in Block
ten (10), in the City of Plattsmouth,
Cass County, Nebraska, in the plain
tiffs, Robert H. Gray and Elsie Anna
Gray, as joint tenants; and quieting
the title to the south half (S4) of
Lot twelve (12), and the south half
(SU) of the east 38 feet of Lot
eleven (11), all in Block ten (10),
in the City of Plattsmouth, Cass
County, Nebraska, in the plaintiffs-
Lisle L. Horton and Lottie M. Hor
ton, as joint tenants; and quieting
the title to Lot ten (10) and the
west 6 feet of Lot eleven (il), all
in Block ten (10), in the City of
Plattsmouth, Cass County, Nebraska,
in the plaintiffs Emil Ptak and Anna
Ptak, as joint tenants, and for equit
able relief.
You and each of you are further
notified that you are required to
answer said petit'ion on or before
Monday, the 8th day of May, 1939.
or the allegations contained in caid
petition will be talven as true and a
decree rendered in favor of said
plaintiffs respectively as against you
and each of you, according to the
prayer of said petition.
Dated this 23rd day of March,
1939.
CITY OF PLATTSMOUTH,
Nebraska, a Municipal
Corporation,
ROBERT H. GRAY and
ELSIE ANNA GRAY,
LISLE L. HORTON and
LOTTIE M. HORTON,
EMIL PTAK and
ANNA PTAK.
Plaintiffs.
J. Howard Davis and
W. A. RobertEon.
Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
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LEGAL NOTICE
In the County Court of Cass Coun
ty, Nebraska. '
In the Matter of the Application
of Loup River Public Power District,
a corporation, to acquire right of
way by easement across lands situ
ate in Cass County, Nebraska, by
eminent domain for the purpose of
erecting power transmission line in
connection with the construction and
operation of Hydro-Electric Plants
and Systems of said District.
Geniveive Aberdein, et al. Owners.
Notice to Non-Resident Owners.
The State of Nebraska, County of
Cass.' ss.
TO: Geniveive Aberdein, Single.
Blanche Porteous, Widow, and John
Aberdein, his heirs, devisees, lega
tees, administrators, executors, per
sonal representatives, and assigns,
real names unknown; and part of
the Southeast Quarter of the North
west Quarter of Section 23, Town
ship 11 North, Range 9 East, Cass
County, Nebraska, said property be
ing herein referred to as "Tract No.
1";
TO: Carrie Appleman, Widow; and
part of the South Half of the North
east Quarter of Section 23, Town
ship 11 North, Range 9 East, Cass
County, Nebraska, said property be
ing herein referred to as "Tract No.
2" . . . and all owners and all those
having or claiming any interest in
and to the above described real es
tate, or any part thereof, real names
unknown:
You and each of you s.re hereby
notified that the Loup River Public
Power District, a public corporation
organized under the laws of Nebras
ka, has located its electric power
transmission line across the tracts of
land above described in connection
with the construction and operation
of its hydro-electric plants and sys
tems; that on March 13,. 1939, said
District filed its application in the
County Court of Cass County, Ne
braska, to acquire a right of way by
easement by eminent domain over
and across each of the tracts of land
above described, such easements to
include the right to trim and remove
underbrush and trees to safe clear
ances; that the easements sought to
be acquired are for a 115 KV, three
phase, transmission line; that with
respect to
TRACT NO. 1, the centerline of
said transmission line 13 a straight
line beginning at a point on the ap
proximate section line on the west
side of said Section 23 a distance of
2601 feet, more or less, in a south
erly direction from the northwest
corner of said Section 23, thence
easterly a distance of 3500 feet,
more or less, to a point 30 feet, more
or less, north of the approximate
line through the center of the sec
tion, thence, making an angle of 0
13' to the right, continuing easterly
to a point on the approximate sec
tion line on the east side of said
Section 23, a distance of 22.4 feet,
more or less, in. a northerly 'direc
tion from the east quarter corner
of sakl Section 23, Twp. 11 N., R.
9 E. The structures located on said
lands are along, at right angles to,
and centered on the above described
centerline as follows: The first struc
ture is located 4 81 feet, more or less,
in a westerly direction from the east
line of said lands; thence continuing
westerly a distance of 650 feet, more
or less, to the second and last struc
ture located on said lands. Said
structures are of wood, 2-pole design,
Type "HTP," described iu the ap
plication; TRACT NO. 2, the centerline of
said transmission line is a straight
line beginning at a point on the ap
proximate section line on the west
side of said Section 23 a distance of
2601 feet, more or less, in a south
erly direction from the northwest
corner of said Section 23. thence
easterly a distance of 3500 feet,
more or less, to a point 29 feet,
more or less, north of the approxi
mate line through the center of the
section; thence, making an angle of
0 13' to the right, continuing east
erly, to a point on the approximate
section line on the east side of said
Section 23, a distance of 22.4 feet.
more or less, in a northerly direction
from the east quarter corner of said
Section 23, T. 11 N., R. 9 E. The
structures located on said lands are
along, at right angles to, and cen
tered on the above described center-
line as follows: The first structure
is located 169 feet, more or less, in
an easterly direction from the west
line of said lands; thence continu
ing easterly a distance o? S00 feet,
more or less, to the second structure;
thence continuing easterly a distance
of 950 feet, more or less, to the third
and last structure located on said
lands. The first and third structures
are of wood. 2-pole design, type
"HTP"; the second structure is a
steel tower, tyre "P", described in
the application.
Further details of the proposed
construction of said works may be
obtained from the petition or ap
plication on file in said court.
You are further notified that on
Thursday, May 18, 1939, unless
sooner applied for by you, appraisers
duly appointed and selected in said
proceedings will enter upon, inspect,
view and proceed to ascertain and
assess damages accruing to you and
each of you, by reason of the appro
priation or said right of way and
easements across said lands bv the
Loup River Public Power District
for its said purposes, in the manner
prescribed by law.
You are further notified that the
hours of said day of May 18, 1939,
designated for said appraisers to
view the respective tracts of land.
hear the interested parties and assess
J. Howard Davis
Attorney at Law 8
Plattsmouth
SOSGOSCCCeCCGCCSOOSGGOO
the damages, are as follows:
Tract No. 1 10:30 o'clock a. m.
Tract No. 2 11:00 o'clock a. m.
Take notice hereof and govern your
selves accordingly.
Dated this 14th day of March,
1939.
- LOUP RIVER PUBLIC
POWER DISTRICT.
By
AUGUST WAGNER and
C. N. McELFRESH,
Its Attorneys.
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NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
In the County Court of Cass Coun
ty, Nebraska.
To all persons interested in the
estate of. John P. Miller, deceased.
No. 33 40:
Take notice that the Administrator
of said estate has filed his final re
port and a petition for examination
and allowance of his administration
accounts, determination of heirship,
assignment of residue of said estate
and for his discharge; that said pe
tition and report will be heard be
fore said Court on April 21, 1939,
at ten o'clock a. m.
Dated March 21. 1939.
A. H. DUXBURY.
(Seal) m27-3w County Judge.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
hi the County Court of Cass Coun
ty, Nebraska.
To all persons interested In the
estate of Frank A. J. Miller, deceas
ed. No. 33 45:
Take notice that the Administrator
of said estate has filed his final re
port and a petition for examination
and allowance of his administration
accounts, determination of heirship,
assignment of residue of said estate
and for his discharge; that said pe
tition and report will be heard be
fore said Court on April 21, 1939,
at ten o'clock a. m.
Dated March 21, 1939.
A. II. DUXBURY,
(Seal) m27-3w County Judge.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the County Court of Cass Coun
ty. Nebraska. ,
To the creditors of the estate of
William Leesley, also known as Wil
liam H. Leesley and W. H. Leesley,
deceased. No. 3389:
Take notice that the time limited
for the filing and presentation of
claims against said estate is July
17th, 1939; that a hearing will be
had at the County Court room in
Plattsmouth on July 21st, 1939 at
ten o'clock a. m. for the purpose of
examining, hearing, allowing and ad
lusting all claims or objections duly
filed.
Dated March 17th, 1939.
A. H. DUXBURY,
(Soul) m20-3w County Judge.
NOTICE OF HEARING
on Petition for Determin
ation cf Heirship
Estate of Horatio N. Dovey, De
ceased. Estate No. 3398.
In the County Court of Cass Coun
ty, Nebraska.
The State of Nebraska: To all
persons interested in said estate.
creditors and heirs take notice, that
The City of Plattsmouth, Nebraska
and others have filed their petition
alleging that Horatio N. Dovey died
intestate in Plattsmouth, Nebr., on
or about June 1, 1930. being a resi
dent and inhabitant of Plattsmouth,
Neb. and died seized of the following
described real estate, to-wit:
Undivided one-third interest
in Lots seven (7), eight (S),
nine (9). ten (10) eleven (11
and twelve (12) all in bWk
ten (10) In the City of Platts
mouth, Cass County, Nebraska,
leaving as his sole and only
heirs at law the following named
persons, to-wit: Eva C. Dovey,
widow; George Oliver Dovey,
Helen F. Goehner. Mary lone
Dovey and Edward Grovenor
Dovey. children; and Helen Jane
West, granddaughter.
That the Interests of tho peti
tioners in said above described real
estate are as follows:
The City of Plattsmouth, Ne
braska, lots seven (7), eight
(8), and nine (9) all in said
block ten (10); Robert H. Gray
and Elsie Anna Gray, as joint
tenants, the north half (N) of
lot twelve (12) and the north
half (K4) of the east thirty
eight (38) feet of lot eleven
(11) all in said block ten (10);
Lisle L. Horton and Lottie M.
Horton. as Joint tenants, the
south half (S) of lot twelve
(12) and the south half (SV6)
of the east thirty-eight (38)
feet of lot eleven (11) all in
said block ten (10); Emil Ptak
and Anna Ptak, as joint ten
ants, lot ten (10) and the west
six (6) feet of lot eleven (11)
all in block ten (10) all in the
City of Plattsmouth, Cass Coun
ty, Nebraska;
and praying for a determination of
the time of the death of said Horatio
N. Dovey and of his heirs, the degree
of kinship and the right of descent
of the real property belonging to the
said deceased, in the State of Ne
braska. It is ordered that the same stand
for hearing on the 28th day of April,
1939 before the County Court of Casa
County in the Court House at Platts
mouth, Nebraska, at the hour of ten
o'clock a. m.
Dated at Plattsmouth, Nebraska,
this 3rd day of April, A. D. 1939.
A. II. DUXBURY.
(Seal) a3-3w County Judge.
Dockage facilities mae Pralls
mouth an ida factory site. Wel
come and a splendid opportunity
to expand should be an Induce
ment to those contemplating a
Changs In location from the more
thickly populated centers and
flood areas of the east.