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16 BROOKLYN EAGLE, SPORT SHORTS RACED A I I Jimmy Outlaw, recently purchased from DH9CDMLL Buffalo, made an auspicious debut yesterday with the Tigers ... In his third trip to the plate in a doubleheader with the Indians, he hit a home run in vain . . . The Tigers dropped that decision, 83, but won the nightcap, 103 . . . Lefty Al Smith turned in his 15th major leagues He was the Reds in an $80,000 spending binge for new talent in 1936 ... He still holds the record for the most N. L.-clubs-belonged-to by a player not having played a full season in the Big Show ... He was drafted by the Cards from Syracuse in 1937, then traded to the Dodgers, who, in turn, shipped him to the Braves before New Year's Day . . . Now he's back again . . . Lt. Allie Wolff, former New Utrecht, Erasmus Hall and Penn State grid star and fistic champ in college, now head boxing coach for Navy's Preflight School at Chapel Hill, N. C had Ted Williams, former leading hitter of the A. L. as one of his prize pupils. Frank Hiller, who has made good as a right-handed pitcher since joining the Newark Bears in the Spring following completion of his studies at Lafayette College, Is coming up for a trial with the Yankees, if not this Fall, then in the Spring . . . Manager Rip Collins of the Albany club, ex-Card and Cub, has informed Frankie Frlsch that the Pirates have picked up one of the best southpaws to come out of the minors in years, when they purchased Artie (Cookie) Cuccurullo . . . Montreal has- bought Third Baseman Smut Aderholt from Montgomery, Washington farm ... It is part of the deal that enabled the Senators to re-purchase Outfielder Bob Ortiz from the Royals. ROY I Kin awaited bout between Terry Young; and Tommy Jessup In Hartford, Conn.) on Sept. 28 may not be held after all. ... Jessup' j defeat by Joey Pe-ralta spoiled it . . . Philadelphia wants Terry to battle Chalky Wright on Sept. 27, and Manager Irv Cohen wouldn't mind the switch at all, for Young's been hankering for s, shot at Chalky, who, it seems, prefers lightweights to featherweights. . .It looks as though the Johnston brothers have the inside track on the St. Nick boxing concession ... Rocky Graziano, who meets Joe Agosta on the Garden card tonight, will be featured on the opening Broadway Arena card, week after next...Lts. Benny Leonard and TURF- The lext-to-the-last Saturday of racing for the fabulous ' 1943 season at Aqueduct is to be featured by the $15,000 Edgemere Handicap of l!j miles in which Lucky Looey Tufano's Market Wise, pride of Jamaica, may make his return to the racing wars . . . Tufano and Trainer George Washington Carroll being the inscrutable guys they are, the plans for Market Wise change from one minute to the next . . . From what has been happening during the past week, we believe Marky may really go this time ... As a sterling finale for the Edge-mere, the son of Broker's Tip went seven furlongs in 0:23.2, 0:47.3, 1:13.2, 1:26.3 and eased up at the end of a mile In 1:41. Johnny Longden has been engaged to ride him and he should be the type of rider able to do the horse "Justice. Market Wise has been away from the races since July 1U at mupuc s transplanted meeting , . , That day he finished third to Thumbs Up and Apache in the $30,000 Butler Handicap, beaten seven lengths after trailing last in a field of nine most of the way . , . After that race, Tufano's meal ticket developed a case of colic and then leg trouble. It was thought for a while that racing fans had seen the last of the bargain colt for 1943, at least, but Judging by the drill mentioned above he is his old self again , . , Possibilities for the race, besides Marky, include Shut Out. Apache. First Fiddle, the Rhymer, Boysy, Royal Nap, Sal to and Water Pearl, all of which seems to insure a smashing race. . . .Personally, we'd like to see Market Wise get down in front if only to make for a convivial evening along Jamaica Ave. GOLF- They may not look the same in swing ing, but the idea behind the swings is precisely. This little fact will make the Craig Wood-Byron Nelson match in Toledo a grand thing to watch . . . George Dawson's in the lists of North Hills' Invitation. A mighty capable player, the former thi-cagoan . . . Some of the tales you hear about stars of other games being great golfers are phony. Leon Haas, the jockey, is another example. Reputedly a low 70 player, he's nothing of the sort. He's a far better than average golfer, but not within 10 strokes of where he's rated. Of course, he didn't rate himself . . . Those little caddie carts brought out a couple of years ago are proving well north while. L'nless the hills are verv steep they're no trouble to handle . . . Seawanc's putting Drtl I Kin I ID Ounder Hagg. the Swift Swede, arrived In Lon-hUUnUUl don pariy this week and left for Scotland rn route to Stockholm , . . Connie Mack says his selection as the leading American League rookie of 1943 is Bill Johnson of the Yankees . . . ''He's quite a ball player, Johnson," says the 83-year-old A's manager , , . Tom Rock, star end, has joined Columbia University football drills , . . This year's captain, Rock wasn't expected to play . . . Chalky Wright, rejected by the army, has accepted a $5,000 offer to fight Young Finne-gan in Panama next month . . . Allie Stolz, Jersey lightweight boxer, released by the coast guard, plans to box this Winter . . . Sam LoPresti, former Chicago Blackhawks goalie, is on another tour of duty with the navy ... He enlisted in 1941 and was in an armed guard crew on a ship t-:"j,:doed in the South Atlantic off Africa ... He and 17 others crowded l:.t3 a lifeboat and were afloat 28 days before being rescued off Brazil , . , Two apprentice jockeys, Bob Reeves and Chalmer Basham, won the riii:" honors during the 19-day Churchill Downs meeting, the frrmer lkl n? 27 winner's and Basham 18 . . . Dee Moore, Phillies' cjuiier. was sworn into the marine corps yesterday at Birmingham, Ala. ... He reports for basic training at San Diego, Cal. . . . Sgt. Vic Ohezzi, Herman Barron. Willie Goggin and Jim Turnesa will play In a ficd Cross benefit golf match at Orossinger's, Ferndale, N, Y., on Sept. 15. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1943 BASEBALL Jimmy Murphy BOXING Ban Gould TURF Toppr Mills GOLF Ralph Trost ROUNDUP Joe Donovan win of the season for the Indians in the introductory fracas . . . Ably aided and abetted by Dick Wakefield's potent bat, which clicked off three for three, Hal White gave the Jungleers the verdict in the climax test . . . Incidentally, Wakefield Is making a determined bid to cop the A. L. batting title. Outlaw is no stranger to the one of the hirelings landed by Jimmy Braddock will feature the Sports Celebrity Night affair at "Victory Square," 50th St., off 6th Ave., Manhattan, on Tuesday... A couple of privates, Lenny (Boom Boom) Mancini and Petey Scaizo, feature the Fort Hamilton ring card Thursday, the former taking on Pete Galiano and the latter opposing Alex Doyle... The padlock on the door of Willie Beech-er's famed Brownsville gym has been taken off by Sammy Aaron-son, which gives him two borough training quarters ... Bob Cooper, who trained and managed Al Velez before the latter went Into the navy, came out of retirement to second the sailor in his New London victory over Snooks Lacey. . . . Billy Brown will do the matchmaking in the indoor Jersey City Club. on a Dave Ramsay Day, and he rates it . . . Mrs. Douglas Morgan, winner of the Seawane women's championship, is a golfer of parts. She's played the game on all sorts of courses and in all sorts of rlimes, in Santo Domingo, China, and in Vladivostok, if I'm not mistaken . . . Hempstead might to raise quite a hit of money Sunday on its exhibition. A look at Kay Byrne alone is worth the money. She's playing ""sound golf . . . The caddie situation around here is tough enough, but it's much worse out on the far North Shore . . . There's an idea of putting the ISO Ball-Bag-and-Club team match at Meadow Brook. If, instead of handicapping the women, they allow them to use the women's tees, the girls could win. Providing they didn't get the same nasty break in weather that befell them last year. iff Blood, Thunder Finish Looms in War Plant Loop Grumman, Arma Meet Strong Foes in Fight For Second Place Although the battle for the pennant In the Brooklyn-Long Island Defense Baseball League Is over, there still remains the matter of second place to be settled. Since the Shaughnessy playoffs for the loop championship start on Sept. 26, circuit officials are hopeful of having Sunday's twin bill at Erasmus Field determine the undis puted victor of second place. At present, Grumman and Arma are tied for runner-up honors, each with eight victories and five set backs while Sullivan Is right be hind with as many triumphs but with six losses. Grumman meets Sullivan and Arma faces Bendix in Sunday's bill. Linsalata to Flay In the event of a league tie, It is believed, the teams would draw from a hat to decide the second place. All of which tends to make Sunday's games all the more im portant and interesting. All the teams went through long batting drills yesterday and they are scheduled to work out again tomorrow. They're taking no chances dimming their batting eyes. Arma reports that its star catch er, Joe Linsalata, has recovered from the grippe and will be back on the firing line. Joe is one of the looo's most tl- ished receivers and his batting average has gone up with the passing weeks. His mark at the present time is .333. Will Rest Star Catcher It is doubtful whether Johnny Rets, Bendix catcher, will see action. Reis fractured his finger two weeKs ago and Manager Ed Dalton will probably take no chances of having another accident occur while he is on the mend. Since Bendix won me pennant, the team can relax while watching the other clubs fight for that coveted second- Aqueduct Entries FOR SATl'RDAY FIRST RACE-S2.30O; special wights: maidens; two-year-olds; Jive nd a half furlong. p Wt. P.P. Wt. 1 aPrance.; Dor 115 8 Oh Mama 110 2 Kids Gift 110 7 Black Flower 115 3 Velvet Glove 115 8 Rosy Cheek 115 4 Minnas ABent 115 9 Stolen Kiss 115 I aFree Duchess 115 10 Directory 115 Mr. J. D. Hertz entry. SECOND RACE $2,500 added: Action Ciajs C. Handicap; three-year-olds and up: six furlongs. P P. Wt. P.P. wt 1 Sea Fare 105 o-lno no 2Ky Flash 114 5 True North 118 3 Mighty Master 116 6 Flaught 122 THIRD RACE S2.300 added: United Hunts Steeplechase. Series 2: four-year-olds and up, about two and a quarter miles. P P. Wt. PP wt. 1 Tioaa 130 4 aBank Note 152 2 ssabaw 148 5 sCaddif 151 3 reck Flag 13S S Uncle Seaweed 135 aRokeby Stable entry. FOURTH RACE ' $2,300: sp-cial wights: maidens: thrre-year-olds and up; mile and one-sixtpenth. P.P. Wt, p.p. wt. 1 Tack Room no 4 Mlstrella 103 2M!npftnder 113 5 Very Dry 113 3Pensax 108 FIFTH RACE $2,500; allowances: two-year-olds; six furlonas. PP. Wt. P.P. Wt. 1 alrish Tar 111 6 Que Hora 115 2 aFree Lance 111 7 Mouse Hole 122 3 Spheric 115 8 Stymie 111 4 Black Badge 122 9 Ravenala 118 5 Doggone 107 10 More Wine 111 aWheatley Stable entry. SIXTH RACE $15,000 added: Edge-mere handicap; three-year-oids and up; one and one-eighth miles. PP. Wt. P.P. wt. 1 Market Wise 126 5 a The Rhymer 110 2 Apache 120 6 Anticlimax 114 3 First Fiddle 117 7 Plctor 110 4 aShut Out 123 8 Dark Discovery 100 aGreentree Stable entry. SEVENTH RACE $3,500 added: Lucky Hour; Class c handicap: three-year-olds and up; one and one-fourth miles. P P. Wt. P P. Wt. lLlanero 122 3 Porter's Cap 119 2 Grey Wing .119 4 Equinox 113 EIGHTH RACE $1,800: claiming: four-year-olds and up: seven furlongs. (Chutet, P.P. Wt. P P. wt. 1 At Play 112 6 Flying Torpedo 110 3 Riding Light 118 7 Scotch Trap 121 2 Arthur J. 115 8 Affair 118 4 Dark Mischief 105 9 She Dast 115 5 High Plain 108 Narragansett Park Entries FOR SATURDAY FIRST RACE $1,200: claiming; three-year-olds and up: six furlongs. P.P. Wt . P.P. Wt , 1 Prince Belltro 113 9 Rom'n D'sc'nt 110 2 Ships Bells 3 xPettacairn 4 Puro Oro 5 Mandate 6 Tommy Wh'lan 113 10 Adolf 111 11 Rlpplet HO 12 Key Largo 113 13 Knock Knock 113 14 xKleig Light 113 15 Cavalcadida 113 18 Tea Clipper 7 Brave sir 8 Ardenell SECOND RACE-year-olds and up $1,200; claiming; three-six furlongs. P.P. wt . 1 xUnimond 2 xMeadow Dew 3 Eight and Six 4 xTlntitter 5 Brown Dancer 6 Mow lres Lead 7 xClaro 8 Pilot Boat 105 P P. Wt 105 9 Centuple 110 lODehhrh 103 11 Arsos 110 12 Flaming High 108 13 xFiring Pin 108 14 xRar.ge Dust 116 15 Pretty Is THIRD RACE-$1,400: claiming; three-yr.ir-oids and up: six furlongs. PP. Wi. P.P Wt. 1 Lou O'Neill 116 5 Silver Tower 113 2 Fort Vancouver 116 6 Balmy Spring llfi 3 Rough Time 116 7 Speedway 116 4 xAiry oGer 111 FOURTH RACE-1.4O0; claiming; two- year-olds; six furlongs. r.t. 1 Vldlna Mlntea 2 Fresh As Paint 3 Countes Play 4 xln Vogue 5 Kymarva 6 xKalamaroo 7 Buck Patch FIFTH RACE Wr. P.P. 115 8 V'toi'a V'lona 116 9 Macs Quest 110 10 Sunamit 108 11 Black Africa 100 12 Patches 108 13 Miss Ada J. 110 $1,500; claiming: wr. 113 113 110 113 no 115 the Brooklyn Eagle Bowling League ENTRY BLANK Please enter my team in the Brooklyn Eagle Bowling League. Name of Team- Team Average Name of Captain Address Telephone Academy Preferred (not compulsory) Sections Hathush, Bay Ridge, MAIL THIS BLANK TO BOWLING BROOKLYN, N. Y. Beaten Choices Baffle Backers Weird Goings-On, Rumors Also Confusing Atkinson 'Safe Bet' By RALPH TROST The "regulars," those turf persons who find what lt takes to be on hand every day of the racing season and who come equipped with what Is needed to wager, are having a tough time at Aqueduct. They are being slugged to a slow death with short-priced favorites that can't deliver. They are, Midwest Turf Stars Run in Cowdin Stakes Occupy and Jezrahel Coming East From Chicago Campaign First of the lntersectlonal clashes between leading two-year-olds of Eastern and Mid-Western tracks w likely to be In the Cowdin Stakes at Aqueduct Wednesday. John Marsch's Occupy, winner of the Washington Park Futurity In Chicago last Saturday, and his stable-mate, Jezrahel, winner of the Arlington Futurity earlier In the season, are headed Long Island-ward with the $15,000 Juvenile feature of the Queens County Jockey Club and the Futurity at Belmont Park as objectives, Last year John Marsch's Occupa tion, full brother to Occupy, finished second to W. E. Boeing's Slide Rule in the Cowdin, but was disqualified. However, he won The Futurity. Started in 1898 The Cowdin has a notable history. Originally known a.? the Junior Champion Stakes, it was inaugurated at Gravesend in 1898, and among its early winners were such great ones as Commando, Highball, Sysonby and Celt. It was first run at Aqueduct in 1923. In 1941 the Queens County Jockey Club renamed the race the Cowdin Stakes, In tribute to the memory of J. E. Cowdin. the late president of the organization. The list of Eastern stakes winners eligible to the Oowdln Is a lengthy one. Heading It are those two topnotch fillies, Longchamps Farms' Mrs. Ames and Lazy F. Ranch's Cocopet. And among the colts are Harry LaMontagne's Rodney Stone, winner of the San-ford and the Albany Handicap; Alfred P. Parker's By Jlmminy, winner of the Grand Union Hotel Stakes; William Hclis' Tropea. winner of the Flash; Crispin Oglebay's Boy Knight, winner of the United States Hotel Stakes and the Wakefield Handicap; Mrs. Tilyou Christopher's Bel Reigh, winner of the Babylon Handicap at Aqueduct last Saturday, and George D. Widener's Lucky Draw, star of the early season. $15,000 Race Saturday Saturday's feature at Aqueduct will be the Edgemere Handicap, of $15,000 added, for three-year-olds and upward, at one mile and a furlong. Possible starters include Belair Stud's Apache, Bossuet and Vagrancy; Greentree Stable's Shut Out, Devil Diver and The Rhymer, Marise Farm's Market Wise; Brookmeade Stable's Great Rush and Bonnet Ann; Ed Christmas' Pictor; C. S. Howard's Mioland, T. H. Heard Jr.'s Boysy, William Helis' Salto, Hudson Valley Stable's Water Pearl and Mrs. Albert Sabath's Akab. Er.duranre: Ihvee-year-olds and up; two miles and seventy yards. P P Wt. P.P. Wt. 1 Rest h while 105 4 Orebe 108 2 Oakmom 105 8 Mldnigh' Ride 107 3Po.tdpin 102 6 xBlockader 108 SIXTH RACE $5,000 added: the James C. Thornton Memorial Handicap; thrce- yenr-oiGs and up: six furlongs. P P Wt. P.P. Wt. 10 116 112 100 104 1 Fi'.r Cj'.i 2 a Med id 108 7 Eric Knisht 100 8 Cherrydalp 105 9 V'dina A.pha 108 10 War Reward 104 11 xBlrdieour 108 H. Barnett entry. 3 ChaKaniore 4 K. Dorko 5 WarRpsult 6 Sollurt iMr. and Mrs SEVENTH RACE 11,400: threo-year-o;ds and up; one eiaimms: mtla and seventy yards. PP. 1 Darby Du 2 xPlsy G: nock 3 Abyssinia 4 Sea Ffiam 5 xConnachi a Wt. P.P. 1 13 6 xHao d Telllni 1C8 7 Oet Oft 113 8 W'dv'lt Queen 110 9 xBonheur 108 Wt. 108 113 110 108 EIGHTH RACE St.COO; clslinini: thicc-year-oids cue mile and eventy yards. P.P. 1 Wadedale 2 Derivative 3 xBurk'e Down 4 XRoval Army 5 Southern y.im wt. 113 116 ill P.P fl Boris N. 7 Ho Hum 8 GorseHllI Wt. 113 110 113 108 108 111 B xMaster Pete 110 10 xBralnstorm NINTH RACE J1.2O0: clalminn: three-year-oids and up; one mile and three-sixteenths. P.P. Wt. P P. Wt. 1 Herod's Pilate 113 B Quintilian 113 2BuckIeUp 113 10 xM'lasses Bill 108 3 I Bid 113 11 Crab Appla 110 4 Still Gallant 113 120ayChlc 113 5 Jessie Gladys 1 1 0 13 Nlchtiand 113 BLons Straw 109 14 Hot Dare 113 7 Vrris 113 15 Black One 113 8 Prince Jock 113 !6Ynniefiid 113 aApnren'lee c''med Section Class Bushwirk, Borough Hall. EDITOR, BROOKLYN EAGLE, you might say, considerably irked. Why they aren't broke, too, la an other question. They started out reasonably. But men ine starting gate broke down if you remember that event which brought back a touch of the gay nineties and starting with a flag only and they haven't tr?n able to get back In stride. All their old standbys deserted them. Hirsch Jacobs, although still the year's leading winner, hasn't been able to get even a fair percentage of winners. Ted Atkinson, the genius of the Belmont meeting, couldn't do a thing for the first eight days. Chuck Givens was even worse. But most of all, those short-priced favorites flopped, but hard and fast. Such Doin's And the way they've fizzled Isn't completely explainable. In one race that was forecast as a shoo-in, Con McCreary finished riding on his horse's neck with a saddle so In secure tnat ne didn't dare sit on It. In another race, a favorite got so thoroughly pocketed not even a first class "dip" could have found a way out. In another, Beasy came back with one stirrup missing. In another, bandages on the nag's hind leg came undone and not only whipped around in the breeze but almost tripped him! Atop this, there were races stolen, as Longden did on Wait a Bit In a stake race. A half dozen other steals developed since. Not all the odds-on horses fliv- ered. There was Four Freedoms which won at 9 to 10, Airy Goer, at 8 to 10; Dr. Johnson at 9 to 10, and New Moon at 8 to 10. They came through. But a flock of others didn't and It takes a lot of heavy betting to make up for one odds-on flopperoo. Ted Fools 'Em When the "regulars" start losing heavily, the rumors do fly. And they hit every one. But they don't explain much. Just when they Jumped to the conclusion that Atkinson had lost his touch, the slim, freckled kid won four out of five starting Wednesday and winding up with three more yesterday. There is a brighter side to this tale than most of the "regulars" wish to remember. This Aqueduct meeting hasn't yet hit the record set back in the days of the "bookies" at Jamaica when 22 straight betting favorites flivered. That streak ended. So may the odd streak now in vogue at Aqueduct end. Whether the "regulars" will have any money left at that stage is another point. i!B:iRG (3SEP& SHEEPSHEAD BAY ROW BOATS FOR HIRE. Flake. Nellie BIT Boat Dock FOOT F.MMONS VE.. SHEEPSHEAD BAY ASTORIA, I. I. BLACKS FLOl'NDERS MARJORIF. Every Tour.. Sal.. Sun., A.M. MIFF'S, Foot of Rtelnway St. BILL'S. Tel. WhiWonr S.t.i. Other Dayi Charter. Tel. ST. S-oOIT 3-94S! BAIT at BAIT anil TACKLE SHEEPSHEAD MARINE SUPPLIES tlfl Emmons Arena. Opp. Pier FORECLOSURES SUPREME COURT. KINGS COUNTY KINGS HIGHWAY SAVINGS BANK, plaintiff, vs. MIMAC HOLDING CORPORATION, et al.. defendants. .MARSHALL & MARSHALL. Attorney. for Plaintiff. 215 Montague Street. Brooklyn, N. Y. Pursuant to judgment dated Amrut 21. 1S43. I will sell at publie auction at Brooklyn Real E.-tate Exehanee Salesroom, 1S9 Montague Street. Brooklvn. N. Y.. on September 21, 1943. at 12:00 o'clock noon, by MORRIS REICH, auctioneer, the premises and buildings thereon, situate on the ea.-st side of E. 35th St.. distant 547 feet 6 inches south of Avenue I, beins a regular plot 50 feet in width front and rear bv 100 feet in depth, known as Hill E. 35th St.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Dated, August 26, 1943. A. DAVID BENJAMIN. Referee. au31-8t T11&F SUPRK.MK COURT. KINGS COUNTY UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANY OK NEW YORK as Trustee under Article VIII of the last Will and Testament of Frederick A. Koch, late of the County of Klnys. deceased, plaintiff, against LOTTPLACE HOLDING CORP., and others, defendants. No. 646 1043. NOTICE OF SALE. Pursuant to judgment of foreclosure and sale, dated August 6, 1943, and entered in the above action. I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, by Minnie J. Abel, auctioneer, at Brooklyn Real Estate Exchange Salesroom. No. 189 Montague Street. Brooklyn. New York, on September 13. 1943. at 12:00 o'clock noon, the mortgaged premise? directed to be sold, described as follows: ALL that certain plot, piece or parcel of li nrl. with the hui!dini;s thereon erected or to be erected, and all fixtures and articles attached or to he "attached to or used ii onnectlun with the said premises, situate, lving and being in the Borough of Brooklyn. County ot Kines, City and Slate' of New York, bounded and described aa follows: BEGINNING at a noint na tlie northeasterly side of Flatbuli Avenue, distant seventy-nine (79) feet southeasterly from the corner formed by the Intersection of the northeasterly side of Flatbush Aveneu and the southeasterly side of Kings Highway as widened; running thence northeasterly parallel with Lott Place, and part of the distance through a party wall, one hundred (100) feet: thence southeasterly parallel with Flatbush Avenue eighteen (18) feet; thence southwesterly again parallel with Lott Tlace, and part of the distance through another party wall, one hundred (100) feet to the northeasterly side of Flatbush Avenue, and thence northwesterly along the northeasterlv side of Flatbush Avenue eighteen (18) feet to the point or place of hee.nnlng. TOGETHER with all Ihe right, title and Interest of the mortgagor of, in and to the land lying within the hrd of the street or avenue in front of and adjoining said premise! to the centre line thereof. SUBJECT to any state of facts that an accurate survey may show. Dated. August 23. 1943. SIDNEY M. PEDDY. Referee. WILLIAM J. PARKS. Attornev for Plaintiff, 41 Park Row. New York 7. N. Y. au23-6t M&F iTACKLF FORECLOSURES SUPREMB COURT. KINGS COVK THE LINCOLN SAVINGS BA Or BROOKLYN against LE KINGS COUNTY ANK asalnat T.K1VA BUANJ1, el SU. Pursuant to Judgment herein. I will Ml at public auction, by H. LOUIS HOLLANDER, auctioneer, at Brooklyn Real Estate Exchange. 189 Montague Street, Brooklyn. N. Y .. nn Sep. lember J4th, 1943. at 12 o'clock noon, premlaes In Brooklyn, on east side of East 96th Street. 440 feet north of Avenue N. 23 feet In width bv 100 feet in depth, known as 1513 East 96th Street, Brooklyn. EDMUND A. WHALEN. Referee. s3-6t F&M SUPREME COURT. KINGS COUNTY The Prudential Savings Bank, plaintiff, vs. Meyer Oshinsky, et al.. defendants. Pursuant to Judgment entered Aug. lit. 1943, I will sell at public auction, by MoGulnness & Rcilly, auctioneers; at Brooklyn Real Estate Exchange. 189 Montague St., Brooklyn. N. Y.. on September 21. 1943. at 12 noon, the mortgaged premises described in said judgment, in Kings County, beginning on the west side of Sumner Ave.. 50 ft. north of Park Ave., being 25 ft. In width and 100 ft. In depth. Leonard Ruisl. Referee. Dela-tour, Kennedy A Miller. Attys. for PI.. 185 Montague St.. Brooklyn. N. Y. aujl-bt Miars LEGAL NOTICES File No. 619343. THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, bv the grace ol UoO free and independent To DOUGLAS THORNTON. F. LE1TH THORNTON. EARL F. THORNTON. HAROLD W. THORNTON. JEAN L. THORNTON, SEND GREETING: WHEREAS. HULL C. Iji I TLrj, WHO resides at 2158 Ryder Street, Borough of Brooklyn, New York City, has presented a petition prayinpr for a decree that, a certain instrument in writing bearing date the 7th day of February, 1928. relating to real and personal property, be dulv proved as the Last Will and Testament of FREDERICK N. LITTLE. Ete v residing at 2l.,H Ryder Street, in the Borough of Brook lyn. City of New York. NOW. THEREFORE, you and earh of you are hereby cited 1 1 show cause before our Surrogate s Court of l he County of Kings, to be held in Room 2S-A. at the Hall of Record-!, in Hie County of Kings, on 'he 25th dtv of ijctooer. ims, at mat) 0 chick in '::e forenoon, why such decree should not be made. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, we have caused the seal of our said Surrogite's Court to be hereunto amxed. (Seal) WITNESS. Hon. FRANCIS IX McGAREY. Surrogate of our said County, at the Borough of Brooklyn, in thesuld County, the 2nd day of September. 1943. AARON L. JACOBY. Clerk of the Surrogate's Court. This citation is served upon vou as required by law. You are not obliged to appear In person. If you fail to appear it wilt be assumed iliat vou consent to the proceedings, unless vou file written objections thereto. You have a right to have an attorney-al-law appear for you. 10-lt F File No. 5681 1343. THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, by the grace of God free and independent To any and all unxnown persons whose name or parts of whose names, and whose place or places of residence are unknown, and cannot, after diligent Inquiry, be ascertained, diirtributees, heirs at law and next of kin of Hans M. Gundersen. and If any of the said distributees, heirs at law or next of kin of deceased Be dead, their legal representatives, lelr husbands or wives, if any. dis trlbutees and successors in interest whose names and 'or places of rest oence and post offise addresses are unknown, and to The Attornev General of the State of New York. SEND GREETING: WHEREAS. A ST A THARALDSEN. also known as AASTA M. THARALD-SEN. who resides at 923 84th Street. Brooklyn. New York, has presented a petition praying for a decree that a certain instrument in writing bearing date the lHtn day or July, 193a. relating to real and personal property, be duly proved as the last Will and Testament of HANS M. GUNDERSEN. lately residing at No. 923 84th Street, in the Borough of Brooklyn, City of New York. NOW. THEREFORE, you and each of you are hereby cited to show cause before our Surrogate's Court of the County of Kings, to be held in Room 2.5-A. at the Hall of Records, in the County of Kings, on the 29th day of September. 1943. at 9 30 o'clock in the forenoon, why such decree fchould not be made. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, we have caused the of our said Surrognte's Court to be hereunto affixed. (Seal) WITNESS. Hon. FRANCIS D. McGAREY. Surrogate of our said County, at the Borough of Brooklyn, in the said County, the 20th day of August, 1943. AARON L. JACOBY. Clerk of the Surrogate's Court. au27-4t F File No. 1943 THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK hv the trrnoe of (Jorf free and independent To WILLIAM FAGAN and WILLIAM COLWELL. if living, and if dead to any and all unknown Dersons whose names or oarls of whose names, and whose place or places of residence are unknown, and cannot after diligent inquiry, be ascertained, distributees, heirs at law and next of kin of said Rhoda Co we . and if any of the said distributees, hens at aw or next of kin of deceased be dead, their legal representatives, their husbands or wives, if any, distributees and successors in Interest whuse names andor places of residence and post office addresses are unknown. SEND GREETING. WHEREAS. EVELYN WALTERS. who resides at 2713 Glenwood Road. Brooklyn. New York, has presented a petition praying for a decree that a certain Instrument in writing bearing date the Hot h day of September. 1 92!?. relating to real and personal prop-ertv. be duly proved as the last Will and Testament of RHODA COLWELL, lately residing at No. 2018 Voorhies Avenue, in the Borough of Brooklyn, Cilv of New York. NOW. THEREFORE, you and each of you are hereby cited to show cause before' our Surrogate's Court of the County of Kings', to be held in Room 2'j-A. at Ihe Hall of Records, in the County of Kings, on the 27th day of September. 1943. at 9:30 o'clock in the forenoon, wliy such decree should not be made. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, we have caused the seal of our said Surrogate's Court to be hereunto affixed. (Seal) WITNESS. Hon, FRANCIS D. McGAREY. Surrogate of our said County, at the Borough of Brooklyn, In the said County, the 24Ui day of August. 1943. AARON L. JACOBY. Clerk of the Surrogate s Court. au27-4t F SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OK NEW YORK. COUNTY OF KINGS CITY BANK FARMERS TRUST COMPANY aa Substituted Trustee and ELLIOT H. LKWAHD as Trustee for Elliot H. Leward under the Last Will and Testament of Alfred T. Leward. deceased, plaintiffs, against ESTHER STADLER. PEPI SPIEGEL, if living and If dead, then her husband, distributees, devisees, executors, administrators, and all persons who by purchase or Inheritance or otherwise have or claim to have an Interest in the premises described in the complaint herein derived through said Pepi Spiegel whose names are unknown to plaintiffs, and others, defendants. SUPPLEMENTAL SUMMONS AND NOTICE. Plaintiffs designate Kings County as the place of , TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS : YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to answer the amended complaint in this action, and to serve a copy of your answer, or, if the complaint Is not served with this supplemental summons, to serve a notice of appearance on the plaintiffs' attorneys within twenty days after the service of this supplemental summons, exclusive of the day of service. In case of your failure to appear, or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded In the amended complaint. Dated. New York. June 15th. 1943. WINGAT-E & CULLEN. Attorneys' for Plaintiffs. Office and P. O. Address. 142 Pierre-pont Street. Borough of Brooklyn, City of New York. TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS IN THIS ACTION: The foregoing supplemental summon! Is served upon you by publication, pursuant to an order of Hon. MEIER STEINBRINK. a Justice of the Supreme Court, dated the 18th day of August. 1943 and filed with the amended complolnt in the office of the Clerk of Kings County, at Brooklyn, New York, on August 18th. 1943. The object of this action Is to foreclose a mortgage dated July 11th, 1924. to secure payment of $7,500.00 and Interest, covering premises- known aa No. 2371 63th Street. Brooklyn. New York, on the northerly side nf 65th Street, being 73' from the northwesterly corner of 6-"!h Street and 24th Avenue. 25' 4 in width front and rear and 100' In depth on either side, Dated. Brooklyn, New York, August 26lh, 1943. WINGATB CULLEN. Attorneys for Plaintiffs. Office and P. O. Address, 142 Pierre-pent Street, Borough of Brooklvn. City of New York., 3-6t F LEGAL NOTICEIs THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF . mew TURK, by the grace or God. free and Independent, to HELEN PAULSEN. If living and If dead to any and all unknown persons whose names or parts of whose names, and whose place or places of residence are un-knuwn, and cannot, after diligent Inquiry, be. ascertained, distributees, V?.'J'A.,t.,l?.w..!!.nl1 n,"x of kin of mid JOHN WILKENS, and if any of the said dlstrlbuteei. heirs at law or next of kin of deceased, be dead, their legal representativa, their husbands or Wives, If any. distributees .nrf iirees. Bors in interest whose names andor places of residence and post office addressee are unknown. SVvn rmirirT. ING: , WHEREAS, the Last Will and Tee-lament of JOHN WILKENS, deceased, W"H.S! H,e ut his death resided at 1175 East 39th Street, in the Borough of Brooklyn. County of Kinire, City and State of New York, bearing date the 2nd day of December, 1921 was heretofore bv a 13ec rat nt t t i a Court duly made and entered In the Office of the Clerk of this Court on the 7th day of January, 1941. admitted to probate by the Surrogate's Court of the County of Kings as the Last Will and Testament of the said decedent, valid to pass' both real and personal property, and said Will and the De cree admitting the same to probate and the proofs in support thereof are now duly filed and recorded in the umce of the t. lerg of the said surrogate's Court ot the County of Kings, and WHEREAS. MARY WILKENS. the executrix of the said Last Will and Testament residing at 1175 East 39th Street, in the Borough of Brooklyn. County of Kings, City and State of New York, has applied to the Surrogate s Court of the said County of Kings to have the tald Decree admitting the said Will to probate opened and a supplemental citation Issued in said proceeding directed to (he person above named requiring her to show cause why the said Last Will and Testament of the said JOHN WILKENS. deceased, should not be admitted to probate and why the said proceedings, already had should not be confirmed and sustained as against the said party with the same force and effect as if she had heretofore been duly cited to attend the original probate thereof. NOW, THEREFORE.' YOU AND EACH OF YOU are hereby cited to show cause before our said Surrogate's Court of the County of Kings, to be held in Room 25-A at the Hall of Records, in the County of Kings, on the 14th day of October. 1943. at 9 30 o'clock in the forenoon of that day. why the said Last Will and Testament should not be admitted to probate as a will affecting both real and personal property, and why t he evidence taken and the proceedings already had to prove the will of the said JOHN WILKENS. deceased, should not stand and why the Decree admitting said Will to probate and adjudging the same to be a valid will to pass real and personal property should not be sustained, end why the said HELEN PAULSEN should not be bound thereby with the same force and effect as if she had been previously cited to attend the original probate thereof. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, we have caused the seal of our said Surrogate's Court of the said County of Kings' to be hereunto affixed. (Seal) WITNESS, Hon. FRANCIS D. McGAREY. Surrogate of said County, at the Cllv of New York, this 3Uth day of August, 1943. AARON L. JACOBY. Clerk of the Surrogate s Court. 10-4t F PITKIN MACHINE WORKS-Follow-ing is substance of Limited Partnership Certificate, duly executed, acknowledged and filed in Kings Count v Clerk's office Sept. 1, 1943: Company name: riiain ivjacnine works. Business: Machine shop and manufacturing metal products. Located: 223 Pennsylvania Ave., Bklyn., N. Y. General Partners: Albert B. Jacobs. 1927 K. 13th St.. Bklyn., N. Y.; Moe Steinberg, 353 E. 59th St.. Bklyn.. N. Y. Limited Partners: Alma Jacobs. 1927 E. 13th Si.. Bklyn., N. Y. ; Lillian B. Steinberg, 353 E. 59th St.. Bklvn.. N. Y. Term: Sepl. 1, 1943, to Aug. 31, 1948. Limited Partners each contribute $5,000.00 cash and agree no additional contributions are to be made. Contribution returned on dissolution. Limited Partners receive 25r of net profits'. Partners cannot admit additional Limited Partners. Limited Partners cannot receive properly other than cash for contribution, substitute assignee or have priority as to contribution or compensation by way of income. Partnership ends on death, retirement or insanity of General Partner. s3-6t V SUPREME COURT. QUEENS COUNTY In the matter of the. application of JAMES L. PETERSON, petitioner, for an oiih i- dissolving his marriage with MARY PETERSON, respondent. To MARY PETERSON: TAKE NOTICE thai a petition has been made to this Court by JAMES L. PETERSON, your husband, for dissolution of your marriage on the ground that you have absented yourself for five successive years last pust without being knuwn tu him to be living, and that he believes you to be dead. Pursuant to an order of this Court, entered the 28th dav of August, 1943. hearing will be. had upon said petition at the Supreme Court, Special Term. Part I, in the County Court House at Jamaica. N. Y.. on the 5th day of November. 1913, at 10 a.m. Dated. New York. Augat 31. 1943. JAMES L. PETERSON. Petitioner. MILTON EI SEN. Attorney for Petitioner. 312 Madison Avenue. Borough of Manhattan, City of New York. s3-3t V SUI'ltKM Ki ('HURT OF THIS STATE) OF NEW YORK. COUNTY OF KINGS -SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS. o known as SOCIETY OK COLO NIAL WARS IN THE STATE OF NEW YORK. Plaintiff, against RITA -MEUKERT. an Infant. FRANK MER-KERT. 3rd. an Infant. EVA .1. KES- SELL and NEW YORK TELEPHONE COMPANY. Defendants. lo the above-named Defendants: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to answer the complaint in this action. and to serve a copy or your answer. tf the eomo aint is not served with this summons, to serve a notice of appearance, on the Plaintiffs Attor neys within twenty aays alter me service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service; and in case of your failure to appear, or answer, judg ment will be taken against ynu by default, for the relief demanded in the complaint. ijatea. juiy w. i:h:i. LYON. LEE & LYON. Attorneys for Plaintiff. Office and Post Office Address: 43 Cedar Street, New York ii. New York. To the above-named Defendant Eva J. Kessel: Ihe foregoing summons is served upon you by puhlicalion pursuant to an Order of the Kuureni,' Court of the State of New York, for the County of Kings, mane ry Hon. Michael Walsh, one of the Justices thereof, dated the 29th day of July, 1913, and filed with the complaint in the office of the Clerk of the County of Kings at the County Courthouse, Borough of Brooklyn. County of Kings, City and State of New York. The object of this action Is to foreclose a mortgage in the original amount of 57500.00 reduced to $4975.00. The premises covered by the said mortgage are located In the Borough of Brooklyn. City of New York, on the southerly side of Macon Street, distant 237 feet westerly from the corner formed by the intersection of the southerly side of Macon Street with the westerly side of Howard Avenue and being 18 feet in width front and read and 100 feet In depth on either side, and are known by the Street Number 736 Macon Street. Dated. New York, July 30, 1943. LYON LEE & LYON, Attorneys for Plaintirf. Office and P. O. Address. 43 Cedar Street, Borough of Manhattan. New York City. au6-6t F THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, by the grace of God free and independent To Maria Locl-lento, Fllomena Marslna, Adele Serrano, Antonio Calclano. Teresa Calcl-ano and Leonardo Calciano, SEND GREETING: WHEREAS. Plelrlna Stallone, who resides at 105 Roebllng Street, Borough of Brooklyn, City of New York, and William Reich, who resides at 1490 East Avenue, Borough of Bronx, City of New York, have presented their Account and Supplemental Account as Administrators of FRANCISCO STALLONE, deceased, lately residing at No. 105 Roebllng Street, In the Borough of Brooklyn, County of Kings, City and State of New York, and a petition praying that their said accounts mav be Judicially nettled, and for a decree pursuant to Section 242 of the Surrogate's Court Act directing the conveyance of decedent's real propertv located at 105 Roebllng Street, Brooklyn, New York City, to petitioner Pletrlna Stallone, decedent s widow. In confirmation of her title thereto. NOW. THEREFORE, you and each of you are hereby cited to show cause before our. Surrogate's Court of the County of Kings to be held In Room 25-A at the Hull of Records, in the County of Kings, on the 13th day of October, 1943. at 9:30 o'clock in the forenoon, why such seti lenient should not be had and wliv said other prayer Mhnuld not be nranted IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, we have caused the seal of our said Surrogate's' Court to be hereunto affixed. (Seal) WITNESS. Hun. FRANCIS D. McGAREY. Surrogate of our said Countv, at the Borough of Brooklyn, in suld County, the 1st day of September. 1943. AARON L. J'ACOBY. CIpiW nf the Surrogate's Court. , tll)-4t F LEGAL NOTICES SUPREME COURT OF THE STAT! OF NEW YORK. COUNTY OF KINGS Home Owners' Loan Corpora lion, plaintiff, against Maria (5. Vic-torides. Gregory. Victorides, Charles SchwarUman, John Doe No. 1." "John Doe No. 2," "John Doe No. 8." "John Doe No. 4," the names of the last four defendants being fictitious, true names unknown to the plaintiff, the parties intended being persons or tenants in possession of some part of the mortgaged premises, defendants. To the above-named defendants: You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this action, and to serve a copv of your answer, or, if the complaint is not served with this summons, to serve s notice of appear-ance on Ihe plaintiff's attorney within twenty days sfler- the service of this summons: and In case of your failure to nppeai or answer, Judgment will be taken atiainst you by default, for the relief demanded in the complaint, Dated, Brooklyn, New York, Novem ber 25. 1941. ROBERT J. DELANEY. Attorney for Plaintiff. 215 Montagu Street, Borough of Brooklyn. City and btaU of New York. , To the defendant. Maria G. Vic torides: The forego nar summons 19 serveni upon you by publication, pursuant to an order of Honorable Michael b, Walsh, a Justice of the Supreme Court of the state of New York, dated July 26. 1943. and filed with the complaint In the office of the Clerk of County of Kings, in the Hall of Records, Fulton and Joralemon Streets. Borough of Brooklyn. City and Stala of New York. The obleet of h i action is to fore close a mortgage for $7,200 upon the C remises described below, executed y Gregory Victorides to Home Owners' Loan Corporation, dated March 30. 3939. which mortgage was record- d in the office 01 the Register or the County of Kings, on the 31st day of March, 1939. In Liber S333 of Mort gages, page fKS. l ie proper' In question Is briefly described as On the northeast corner of Twelfth Avenue and Thirty-sixth Slreet. in the Borough of Brooklyn. County of Kings. City and State of New York, beiug seventy-three feet three ana three-quarter inches on Twelfth Avenue X ninety-eight feet ten and three-quarter inches on Thirty-b'lxth Street X one hundred fourteen feet three and three-quarter inches, on the northerly side parallel with Twelfth Avenue X ninety feet on the easterly side at right angles to Twelfth Avenue. Dated, August 3, 1943. at the Bor. ough of Brooklyn. City of New York. ROBERT J. DELANEY. Esq.. Attorney for Plaintiff. 215 Montague Street, Borough of Brooklyn, City and State of New York. au6-6t F File No. 48471943. DEMPSEY. MARIAN I. THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OV NEW YORK, by the trace of God free and independent To DANIEL J. O'DONNELL. EDWARD J. O'DON-NELL. CATHERINE FREWEN BARLOW. MARY FREWEN McGAFFNEY ELIZABETH FREWEN GRAHAM. JOSEPHINE OIVENS RAY. ELLEN CALANAN. MARGARET dALANAN HART, MARY CALANAN BUTLER. CATHERINE CALANAN , COWLEY and any and all unknown distributees, heirs al law and next of kin of Marian I. Dernpsey. deceased, whose names and places of residence sre unknown and cannot after diligent inquiry be ascertained, and if any of said distributees, heirs at law and next of kin be dead, their legal repre-senlatives, if any, successors in Interest, distributees, heirs at law and next of kin. SEND GREETING: WHEREAS. MARIE A. KEENAN. who resides at 690 Tenth Street. Brooklyn. New York, has presented a petition praying for a decree that a cettain instrument in writing bearing dale the 8th day of August. 1935, re- be duly proved as the last Will and Testament of MARIAN I. DEMPSEY. lately residing at No. 243 Ryerson Street, in the Borough of Brooklyn. City of New York. NOW. THEREFORE, vou and each of vou are hereby cited to show cause before our Surrogate's Court of the County of Kings, to be held in Room 25-A. at the Hall of Records, In the Countv of Kings, on the 22nd day ot Sept., 1943. at 9:30 o'clock in the forenoon, why such decree should not be made. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, we have caused the seal of our said Surrogate's Court to be hereunto affixed. (Seal) WITNESS. Hon. FRANCIS D. McGAREY. Surrogate of our said County, at the Borough of Brooklyn, in the said County, the 17lh day of Augusl. 1913. AARON L. JACOBY. Clerk of the. Surrogate's Court. This cilatitm is served upon you as required by law. You are not obliged lo appear in person. If you fail to appear it will be assumed that you consent to Ihe proceeding, unless you file written objections thereto. You have a right to have an attorncy-at-law appear for you. au20-4t F CERTIFICATE OF FORMATION OF L1MITKO PAKTN Kits HIP OF A M KHICA N TOY WORKS The undersigned, desiring to form s limited partnership, under and pursuant to the laws of the State of New York, do hereby certify: FIRST: The mime of the partnership is: AMERICAN TOY WORKS. SECOND: Tha character of the business to be concluded is that of manufacturing, purchasing and selling toys, novelties and other merchandise. THIRD: The location of the principal place of business is 41-59 W.vckoff Avenue, Borough of Brooklyn. City and Slate of New York. FOURTH: The name and place of residence of each member of the partnership. General and Limited, are as follows: The gener.ii partner is: AIKM.I'H WKIN. 670 West End Ave. Hue. Borough of Manhattan. NewYorlc Citv. The limited partners are: 1,11,-1,1 K WKIN, 670 Wo.-t End Avenue. Borough 0 Manhattan, New York City; AIIKI.AIIIK ZIM.AN, 670 West End Avenue. Borniit;h of Manhattan, New York City. FIFTH: The term for which the partnership is to exist is from August 1, 1943. to July 31. 1911, and thereafter until terminated upon six months' written notice by any partner. SIXTH: The contribution of Lilile Wein. as Limited Part, iter, is $20,000 in cash, and the contribution of Adelaide Zinian. ast Limited Partner, is $10,000 in cash. SEVENTH : No additional contributions are to be made by the Limited Partners. .EIGHTH: The contribution of I he Limited Partners shall be returned to them after the termination of the partnership. NINTH: Lillie Wein, as Liniiled Partner, shall receive as compensation a sum equal to 20 of the net profits of tlw partnership, and Adelaide Zinian. as Limited Partner, shall receive as compensation a stain equal to 10'i of the net profits of tin) partnership. TENTH: The Limited. Partners have no Tight to substitute an assignee as contributor in their place and stead. ELEVENTH: One or more new partners, whether general or limited, may be admitted lo partnership with the consent of all of the partners. TWELFTH: The Limited Partners have no right to demand and receive property oilier than chsIi in return for their respective contributions. ADOI.ril M'KIN, MI.MK WKIN. ADKI.AIDK ZIMAV. Signed, sworn to and acknowledged by all partners and filed in the County Clerk's uffice, Kings County, August 26. 1943. au27-6t F SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, COUNTY OF KING3 NEVRIK CORPORATION. Plaintiff., gainst- JULIA KAPLAN; HARRY KAPLAN and JACOB KAPLAN, and if defendants HARRY KAPLAN and JACOB KAPLAN be dead, their distributees, creditors, executors or administrators, if any, whose names and addresses are unknown. Defendants. SUMMONS and NOTICE TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANTS: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to answer the complaint In this action and to serve a copy of your answer, or. if the complaint Is not served wilh this fcummons. to serve a notice of appearance on the plaintiff's attorney within twenty (20) days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service, and in case of your failure to appear, or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the . complaint. Dated. New York. N. Y., June 15. 1913. FRANCIS X. McGUIRK, Attorney for Plaintiff. Office and P. O. Addreas. 120 West 67th Street, Borough of Manhattan, City of New York. TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANTS IN THIS ACTION: The foregoing summons Is served upon you by publication pursuant to an order of Honorable Michael F. Walsh, a Justice of the Supreme Court, daJed July 30th. 1943. and filed with the comlaint in the office of the Clerk of Kings County, in the Hall ot Records Building. Borough of. Brook-lyn. City of New York. The object of this action Is to foreclose s first mortgage on premises situate In the Borough of Brookivn. ,'iy rf oN?w, Y':.';k' "" lh" southerly side of Pula'kl Slreet, helng 143' gii from the southwesterly corner of hill;0 ia.Vt'5 "d P"1!"' Street .nri Mnt '3 ,Kl "i width In front aid rear and loo7 in depth on either side. Street w" 88 Nuniber 6 Pulaski , J'r.f!?, '.M,,f5t'IRK. Attorney Z S aln,.'tf', .rfl and P. 6. Address. 120 West ,th i Street, Borough of Men. liatUn, New Yolk City. au6-6t F fl 1 ''iSik'!',-

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