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Cloth For Holliston, Also for Hopkinton

Holliston and Hopkinton branches of the Framingham Red Cross have had their requests for cloth approved and the material will soon be ready for distribution in those communities. Holliston is to receive 1150 yards and Hopkinton a total of 2485 yards.

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Middlesex, ss. PROBATE COURT.

To all persons interested in the estate of John Rhodes Clark late of Summerside in the County of Prince and Province of Prince Edward Island, deceased, or in the personal property hereinafter described, and to the Commissioner of Corporations and taxation for said Commonwealth. 
WHEREAS, Hermon Richard Clark appointed administrator with the fill annexed of the estate of said deceased, by the Surrogate and Probate Court for the Province of the Prince Edward Island has presented to said court his petition representing that as such administrator he is entitled to certain personal property situated in said Commonwealth, to wit:
Deposit in Farmers and Mechanics Savings Bank of Framingham Book No. 23801 and praying that he may be licensed to receive or to sell by public or private sale on such terms and to such person or persons as he shall think fit-or otherwise to dispose of, and to transfer and convey said estate. 
You are hereby cited to appear at a Probate Court to be held at Cambridge, in said County of Middlesex, on the twenty-fourth day of October A.D. 1932, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause, if any you have, why the same should not be granted. 
And said petitioner is ordered to serve this citation by publishing the same once in each week, for three successive weeks, in the Framingham News a newspaper published in Framingham the last publication to be one day at least before said Court, and by delivering a copy of said citation to the Commissioner of Corporations and Taxation for said Commonwealth fourteen days at least before said Court.
Witness John C. Leggat, Esquire, First Judge of said Court, this first day of October in the year one thousand nine hundred and thirty-two.