Clipped From The Brooklyn Daily Eagle
KLAHRE WELL KNOWN IN FOREIGN LANDS As reported in yesterday's Eagle. the remains of Alfred C. Klahre, one of the governors of the Marshall Chess Club, were laid at rest in the Cypress Hills Cemetery in the nres' ence of relatives and many friends alter funeral services at his late residence in Flatbush. Among those present to pay their lact respects were Frank J. Marshall, retired United States champion, and Mrs. Marshall, Henry Leeds, Edward B, Edwards, Arthur J. Souweine and Joseph P, Beck, As evidence of the wide esteem the departed was held in, many beautiful flowers covered the grave, where The Eagle's chess editor delivered a brief eulogy. The news of Mr. Klahre's death will be received with regret in vari ous countries where he had corres pondents with whom he was wont to keep in regular touch until quite recently. His keen interest In mat' ters pertaining to rare chess sets, problems, literature and music gained for him a wide circle of fel low enthusiasts. Mr. Klahre, who was a familiar figure at chess congresses congresses in this coilntry, had planned to visit the Nottingham tournament in August, where he hoped to come into personal contact with many of his European friends.