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MRS. MARY PARSON, 94, DIES; Services Today 'Mons. John J. Clarke, 64; Pastor' FAMILY HELPED BUILD WEST for C.J. A. Dalldorf Sh Michael's churcn since 1930 Mr. Mary Parker Parson. 94, of plonfr Wf stern family, died yesterday in her home, I Marin Ave. Mrs. Parson, who lived in Brooklyn the pui 40 years, was the widow nf Frank Parson, employe of the Chemical National Bank who died In 1930. They were married in St. Louis in 1868. Mrs. Parson was born in DansvUle, N. Y.. in 1848, the daughter of OherrUle Wells and James H. Parker. When she was I the family moved to St. Louis. Her father supplied the planking for the Ends Bridge, the first span built across the Mississippi River, and the wood for the famed gunboat, the Monitor, which defeated the Merrlmae. The Parker home In St. Louis was a center of Western social activity. President Grant and Buffalo Bill Cody -were frequent visitors there. Mrs. Parson attended the wedding In the White House of Nellie Grant, President Orant's daughter. Her uncle, Erastus Wells, was a founder of the Wells-Fargo stagecoach line. He was also a United States Representative from St. Louis. Her cousin, Rolla Wells, twice was mayor of 8t. Louis. When a young woman, Mrs. Parson travelog by stage coach toCal-ifornia and New Mexico. She was educated at Barnum's Female Seminary In St. Louis and Ingham University In LeRoy, N. Y., formerly Retired Accountant Once Saved Three Lives Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. today In the chapel at 7722 4th Ave., for Charles J. A. Dalldorf of 547 Senator St., who died Sunday at his horns after an Illness of several months. Mr. Dalldorf, who was a retired the women's division of Cornell accountant, formerly was employed University. for 35 yeara with the Central The Rev. John Paul Jones, pas-tor of Union Church of Bay Ridge. I 8avlns Bank ln Manhattan. He will officiate at services at I p.m. j retired last June, tomorrow ln the home. Burial will i At one time Mr. Dalldorf was a take place Thursday morning in member of the United States Green-Wood Cemetery. , Volunteer Life Savings Corps and Mrs. Parson is survived by two was presented with a medal by daughters. Mrs. Edward W. Merrill former Mayor James J. Walker for of Brooklyn, and Mrs. Thomas Lei- j the rescue of three boys near Fort ter of Newtonvllle, Mass.; a son, John Rolfe Parson, of Washington, D. C, and six granddaughters. ) Joseph Kaiser, 79; ' Retired Decorator Lawrence, Jan. 27 Services for Joseph Kaiser, 79, who died yester- day of pneumonia, will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow in his home at 137 Rockaway Turnpike by the Rev. William C. Judd, pastor of the Lawrence Methodist Church. Interment will be ln St. Mary's Cemetery. V Mr. Kaiser, whose wife, Katherlne', died two weeks ago, was born ln Switzerland, came to this country as a boy and settled in Lawrence 40 ' years ago. He was an interior decorator, but had been retired for sev- eral years. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Forest A. Ketcham and Miss Christine Kaiser, both of Lawrence; three sons, Joseph Jr. and William, both of Lawrence, and Matthew of Lyn-brook. Frederick T. Norton , Frederick T. Norton, 69, who retired five years ago as a salesman for American Fruit Growers, Inc., died yesterday at his home, 75-20 85th Road, Woodhaven. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Cora Norton; a son, F. Clayton Norton; two sisters, Mrs. Cornelia Norton Bolles of Ilion, N. Y, and Ruth H. Norton of Marlboro, N. Y., and a brother, Richrd B. Norton of Princeton, N. J, Mrs. D. G. Cathcarl, Jamaica Teacher Mrs. Vivien Dash Cathcart, 46. a teacher of physical training at Jamaica High School, died yesterday at Bethany Deaconess Hospital, Ridgewood after a brief illness, Mrs. Cathcart, who had taught in New York schools for 23 years, was the wife of David G. Cathcart, assistant secretary of the Manufacturers Trust Company branch at 774 Broadway, Brooklyn. Also surviving are her mother, Mrs. Annie S. Dash; two sisters, Mrs. Edith Sa Rocha and Mrs. Edna Kollman, and a bro'her, Irwin Dash. Hamilton ln 1923. A native of Esthonia, Mr. Dalldorf lived in the United States since 1908. He was a charter member of the 8hore View Oolf Club. Surviving are his widow, Lillian, and six Children, Charles J. Jr., Alfred, Paul, Grant, Mrs. Clara Shea, and Robert H. Dalldorf, who Is a member of Company B, 26th Infantry at Fort Devens, Mass. Philip H. Boice Special to the Brooklyn Eaglt Hackettstown, N. J., Jan. 27 Funeral services for Philip H. Bolce, 83, who died Sunday at his home, 304 High St., will be held there tonight. Mr. Boice, a former resident of Brooklyn, conducted a bakery for many years at 1419 Kings Highway, A native of Germantown, Sullivan County, he was a member of Independence Lodge, F. and A. M., of Hackettstown. Surviving are his widow and two sons, Edward and Walter Bolce of Hackettstown, and a daughter, Mrs. Joseph Do-herty of 1529 E. 33d St. Boro Man Left $450,000 to Widow Hermann Hammersdorf, who died Jan. 18, left about $450,000 in per sonal property, according to an affidavit filed today with his will in Surrogate's Court. The will leaves the entire estate to his widow, Elizabeth, of 98 Montague St. David Joseph, who died Dec. 21. left $30,000 in personal property. The will leaves $2,500 to his son, Seymour, of 13 Parkside Drive, Oreat Neck, and the income from the remainder of the estate to Mr. Joseph's widow, Hattle, of 457 Quentin Road. Mons. John J. Clarke. 64. pastor of the R. C. Church of St. Michael's, Flushing, died today at Mary Immaculate Hospital, Jamaica, after a long illness. Born ln Glasgow on Oct. 3, 1877, he was brought to this country as a cjiild and educated at St. Ignatius High School and St. Francis Xavler College, both Manhattan. He attended St. Mary's Seminary at Em-mltsburg, Md., and St. John's Seminary in Brooklyn, and was ordained on June 6. 1903. During his more than 38 years as priest he served as a curate for five years in the Church of tne at the Church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary and seven years at 8t. Patrick's Church, Long island City. He was pastor of St. Anasta-sia's Church, Douglaston, from March, 1916, to 1922, when he returned to St. Patrick's as pastor. He became pastor of St. Michael's Church in 1930 and served until his death. He was made a monslguor on Sept. 1. 1934. Monsignor Clarke was president of the Flushing Historical Society, a trustee of St. John's Hospital. Long Island City, and the Queens Public Library and a director of the Nursing Sisters of the Sick Presentation, Brooklyn; one year ' Poor. Drive to Promote Jewish Army Unit Opens Here Tonight The first of a series of mass meetings in Brooklyn to arouse sentiment for the formation of a Jewish army in Palestine will be held tonight at the Hebrew Alliance of Brighton Beach, Brighton 6th St. and Neptune Ave. A Brooklyn Committee for a Jewish Army is to be organized. Gabriel Wechsler, secretary of the National Committee for a Jewish Army, and Dr. Alexander B. Hadanl, economics professor of Palestine 500 BORO MEDICOS TEACHING FIRST AID Since its formation in August, 1940. the Committee on Military and Naval Affairs and Civilian Defense of the Kings County Medical Society has supplied more than 500 doctors to teach first aid for the Red Cross. It was announced today by Dr. Charles F. McCarty, director of medical activities of the society. The committee, headed by Dr. Thomas A. McGoldrick, has also supplied 800 physicians to draft boards, and many doctors to examine would-be blood donors. r- y ' vl w IROOKLYN EAGLE, TUESDAY, JAN. 27, 1942 R. W. Lawrence Heads Y. M. C. A. for 8th Term Richard W. Lawrence, president of the Bankers' Commercial Corporation and chairman of Printers Ink, printing trade publication, has been re-elected president of the city Y. M. C. A. It was the eighth time that he has been chosen for the post. Noted Journalist's Widow Hurt in Apartment Fire Brookline, Mass., Jan. 27 (U.P Suffering serious burns, Mrs. John Lambert, 58, widow of the assod- Unlversit.y and a member of the J ate publisher of the Boston Eve- national executive committee, will nine American and famous be among the speakers, discussing "A Jewish Army in Palestine for the Defense of Sues and Release of Charles Solomone Charles Salomone, Really Operator Built Many Apartments In Flatbush Section Charles Salomone, for more than 20 years prominent in real estate and charitable work, died last night at his home, 1703 Avenue T, after an illness of three months. He was 59. Born ln Italy, he came to the United States 4fi years ago. at. which time he resided In Manhattan. He vnrwmA trt nrnrtlflvn irt 1090 an1 ington correspondent was carried , MtbUahed a rpal Mtatt flrm under Chart Shows Sources Of State's Revenues Kagte Bareew, Casiul Banting. Albany, Jan. 27 The following table shows the major sources of tr.e State's revenues, Including actual collections during the fiscal year of 1941, Governor Lehman's estimates for the fiscal years of 1942 and 1943. and revisions of his Income estimates If the Legislature adopts his 25 percent personal income tax reductions for 1942 and 1943: Actual Est. Est. Receipts, Receipts, Receipt' 1941. 1942. 1943 (Millions of Dollars). Personal Income Tax Corporation Tax Utilities (Gross Receipts) Tax-Unincorporated Business Tax -Bank Tax Motor Vehicle Tax Motor Fuel Tax Alcoholic Beverage Tax ABC Licenses Cigarette Tax Inheritance and Estate Tax Stock Transfer Tax Parl-mutuels Tax Mortgage Tax Miscellaneous Other Taxes Other Receipts Total Revenues Under Existing Statutes 428.1 1942 and 1943 Cuts of 25 Percent in Income Taxes 1101.2 30.0 16.0 49 54 41.7 65 9 33.8 9.1 23.7 276 - 119 58 1.8 20.2 39 15.4 Grand Total Receipts $4281 $92.0 30.8 16.7 49 61 35.0 57.0 23.0 9.0 245 20.0 14.0 8.5 1.6 19.9 3.9 15.2 409 0 18.0 $891.0 $97.0 31.1 17.2 6.0 61 26.5 35.0 20.0 9.0 24.5 20.0 14.0 6 5 1.0 188 33 10.1 390.5 22.8 $367.9 were driven to the street today as the Fighting Anzacs to Return to fire caused $3,000 damage to a Bea- Australia to Guard Their Endan- I con St. apartment building, gered Country." j Mrs. Lambert was rescued bv Police Sergeant Robert Malonev. who discovered the flames. He ' smashed the door of her suite and ', William Rosenblatt, president of the alliance, will preside and Rabbi Charles Kahane of the Avenue U Educational Center, 2066 E. 9th St., will be co-chairman along with Rabbi Abraham Scheinberg of the Brighton Beach alliance. Borough Man to Head C. B. S. Latin Network Dan Russell of 3977 Bedford Ave., who has been short-wave production supervisor for the Columbia Broadcasting System, was named to be field representative for the new C. B, S. Latln-Amertcan network, which has 78 station affiliates. Among his early ventures was construction of the building at Bridge and Wllloughby 8ts., which formerly housed Brooklyn College, and construction of many apartment houses on Kings Highway and Ocean Parkway. He na'nt the hiitlHina in which dragged her from her flaming bed, j the ,ate Tom Noonan MtabUghed j ! the Bowery Mission. He was a fre- rour sore duuiu memuers Of State Hospitals O. K.'d Albany, Jan. 27 Governor Lehman's nominations of four prominent Brooklynites, who are serving as members of boards of visitors of State Hospitals, were confirmed ln the Senate today. They are Dr. John H. Reb of Kings Park State Hospital, Dr. John B. Byrne, Brooklyn State Hospital; Dr. Thomas J. Longo. Creedmoor State Hospital and Elizabeth P. Hicks, Central Islip State Hospital. DEATHS Arras, Nellie Brlnsmade, Charles L. Calamari, Mary Cathcart, Vivien Dlneen, James P. Kay, Emma P. Ltnahan, Elizabeth MacPberson, Ross Martin, Nan M. Merkert, Simon Doerhoefer, Anna Merkle, Mary E. Dowd, William F. Mitten, Mary L. Du Mortier, Catherine Fitzsimmons, Annie G. Galbraith.Mary O'Day, Joseph M. Parson, Mary P. Qualmann, Henry Schmuck, George C. Gllmartin, Martin Scholey, Amy Hempsey, Laura Schumacher, Mae Hlldenbrand, Frederick P. Jones, Catherine Seyfrled, John Tompkins, Lydia Vogt, Arthur G. ft ARRAS NELLIE (nee Foyl, on 8unday, January 25, 1942, beloved wife of George, and loving mother of Mrs. Maude Gibbons and Mrs. Mae Morahan, In her 76th year. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a.m., from 146 Patchen Avenue; thence to Our Lady of Good Counsel R. C. Church for requiem mass at 10 a.m. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Under direction of Chris. Treber & Son, inc. BRINSMADE CHARLES LYMAN, suddenly, in New York City, on Monday, January 26, 1942, dearly beloved brother of Alice Brlnsmade and Dr. William Barrett Brlnsmade. Funeral Albany Rural Cemetery Chapel, Wednesday, January 28, at 12:30 p.m.1 (Albany papers please copy.) CALAMARI Suddenly, on January 25. MARY, of 645 80th Street, beloved mother of Mrs. Robert Amadei, Mrs. Al Vann, Mrs. Al RlHs, George and the late John J. Calamari, and sister of Mrs. Theresa Martini, Mrs. Lena Mole and Mrs. Anna T: Traverso. Funeral from Schaefer's Funeral Parlors, 4th Avenue at 42d Street, on Wednesday, January 28, at 9:30 a.m.; requiem mass St. Ephrem's R. C. Church. Interment Calvary Cemetery. CATHCART On Monday, January 26, 1942, VIVIEN DASH, beloved wife of David G. Cathcart; daughter of Annie S. Dash; sister of Edith Sa Rocha, Edna Kollman and Irwin Dash. Service at the Ftlrchlld Chapel, 89-31 164th Street, Jamaica, Wednesday, 8 p.m. Does Faircbild conduct service at a residence as well as at the chapels? Tea. Services may he held at any rt-idtmct anytnr. Fairqiild sons HORTICIASS Ptwfc FitrchJM. lie JABAICA CAB DEN CTTT DINEEN On January 26, 1942, JAMES P., of 188 Wyckoff Street, beloved father of Eatelle Murray, Anne Schmeusser, Florence West and John Dlneen. Reposing at Erlcson & Ericson'g Chapel, 500 State Street; solemn requiem mass St. Agnes R. C. Church Thursday, 10 a.m. DOERHOEFER On January 25, 1942, ANNA, of 560 74th Street, beloved mother of Mrs. Kurt Bamberger, Mrs. Caiman J. Ambrosy, Herman and Oscar Doerhoefer. Services at Fred Herbst Sons Memorial, 7501 5th Avenue, Tuesday, 8 p.m. Funeral Wednesday, 2 p.m. Interment Green-Wood Cemetery. DOWD WILLIAM F., January 27, 1942, at his residence, 244 East 8th Street; son of the late Thomas and Catherine; father of James; brother of James A. L. and Ella J. Dowd; also survived by 2 grandsons. Solemn requiem mass Friday, 10 a-.m., Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. Arrangements by Joseph G. Duffy. DU MORTIER On January 24, 1942, CATHERINE (nee Rhitlgan), beloved wife of Arthur; devoted sister of Mrs. Walter Gillen, Mrs. Joseph Crowin and Thomas Rhati-gan. Reposing William A. Martin Funeral Home, Classon Avenue, corner Sterling Place. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a.m.; requiem mass St. Teresa's Church. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. FITZSIMMONS ANNIE G., on Monday, January 26, 1942, beloved mother of Anna I.; sister of Adeline Brltt. Funeral from residence, 1079 Hancock Street, Thursday, 9:30 am.; requiem mass Fourteen Holy Martyrs R. C. Church, 10 a.m. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Arrangements by Welgand Brothers. GALBRAITH MARY E., on January 25, at her home, 138-B North 10th Street; wife of William, and mother of Walter, William Jr. and Mrs. Mary McNamee. Funeral from her home, Thursday, January 29, at 9:30 a.m. Requiem mass St. Vincent de Paul R. C. Church at 10 a.m. Interment St. John's Cemetery. GILMARTIN MARTIN S., native of Grange, County Sligo, Monday, January 26, beloved husband of Margaret; devoted father of John and Anna Marie; dear son of Marie (nee Leydon); fond brother of Thomas J. and Michael. Funeral Thursday, January 29, at 9:30, from his late residence, 1358 E. 56th Street; solemn requiem mass Mary Queen of Heaven R. C. Church. Interment St. John's Cemetery. HEMPSEY Suddenly, on January 26, 1942, LAURA C, of 409 3d Street, beloved daughter of Maria and the late Michael J. Hempsey; sister of Marguerite Fitzgerald, Agnes and Charles Hempsey. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a.m., from Park Chapel, 44 7th Avenue. Requiem mass St. Francis Xavier Church. Direction Joseph P. Clavin. H1LDENBRAND FREDERICK P., suddenly, at home, 4th Street, Bethpage, January 25, 1942, ln his 51st year. Survived by one son, Frederick Jr. Funeral from home, Thursday, 9:30 a.m.; requiem mass St. Martin of Tours R. C. Church, Bethpage, N. Y., at 10 a m. Interment St. John's Cemetery, Middle Village, N. Y. JONES On January 24. 1942, CATHERINE (nee Quinn), beloved wife of William A. Jones and dear sister of Susan V. Quinn. Reposing at her residence, 591 Driggs Avenue. Solemn requiem mass Church of St. Vincent de Paul, Wednesday, 10 a.m. Interment Calvary Cemetery. J. J. Gallagher Sons, directors. KAY At Manhasset, N. Y., on Monday. January 26, 1942. EMMA PHILLIPS KAY; beloved wife of Gilbert A. Kay; also survived by two sisters, Estelle Kraft of Babylon and Ada Phillips of Sayvllle. Services at the William C. Fisher Funeral Home, Bainbridge Street, corner Saratoga Avenue, Brooklyn, Wednesday, January 28, 2 p.m. Interment Evergreens Cemetery. LINAHAN January 25, ELIZABETH (nee Thorpe), beloved wife of Richard; mother of Richard Jr.; sister of Mrs. Frank Smith and Mrs. Robert Peterson. Funeral Wednesday from residence, 538 Prospect Avenue; requiem mass Holy Name Church, MacPHERSON Suddenly, January 25. in his 43d year, ROSS SLOAN, beloved husband of Hazelle Everdale, and brother of Ronald. Masonic services at his home, 117 4th Street, Hicksvillc, on Tuesday evening, January 27, at 8 o'clock. Religious services, 8:30. Interment Evergreens Cemetery, Brooklyn, Wednesday, 11:30 a.m. MARTIN NAN M. (nee Holland), January 26, 1942, beloved wife of Lt. Harry A.; devoted sister of Ethel Larrick, Edwin T. and Julian W. Holland. Reposing at Walter B. Cooke, Inc., Funeral Home, 151 Linden Boulevard, until Thursday, 10:30 a.m. Interment Calvary Cemetery. (Washington, D. C, papers plea. copy.) MERKERT SIMON, on January 25, 1942, beloved father of Frank, Edward and Alfred, beloved uncle of Marie Merkert. Funeral 1932 Radcliffe Avenue, Bronx, Wednesday, 2 p.m. MERKLE On Sunday, January 25, 1942, MARY E., of 514 Stratford Road, beloved wife of Frederick B., and mother of Marjorie K Eleanor M. and Frederick R. Services at the Falrchlld Chapel, 86 Lefferts Place, on Tuesday at 8 p.m. Interment Wednesday, 10 a.m., Mount Olivet Cemetery. Lost and Found Advertisements Appear Dally on Page 2 Under "Announcements" MITTEN On Monday, January 26, 1942, MARY LORETTA, daughter of the late John and Elizabeth Mitten; beloved sister of Mrs. Walter Taylor. Funeral from residence, 332 E. 18th Street, on Wednesday, January 28, at 9:30 a.m.; thence to Holy Innocents R. C. Church. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. O'DAY JOSEPH M., on Janu-ai$ 25, 1942, beloved father of Mrs. William C. Moore, Mrs. Carter Chapman, Blanche and Joseph O'Day, and beloved brother of Mrs. T. Hamilton Rainey. There are eight grandchildren. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a.m., from the Chapels, 40 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn; thence to St. Gregory's R. C. Church, St. John's Place and Brooklyn Avenue, where a requiem mass will be offered at 10 a.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. R. J. Irwin & Sons. PARSON MARY PARKER, January 26, 1942, beloved mother of Llna Merrill, Cherrllle Letter and John R. Parson. Services at her residence, 2 Marine Avenue, Wednesday, 8 p.m. QUALMANN HENRY, after a brief illness, in his 75th year, on January 27, 1942. Funeral services at Harry T.Pyle Mortuary, 1925 Church Avenue, Thursday evening, 8 o'clock. Burial Friday, 10 am. Interment Lutheran Cemetery, SCHMUCK GEOROE C, at his residence, 304 Van Buren Street, beloved brother of Margaret, Mary and Mrs. Rudolph Weldner. Funeral Friday. Requiem mass Church of St. John the Baptist, 10:30 a.m. SCHOLEY On January 25, 1942, AMY SCHOLEY, member of Jamaica M. E. Church. Service at Methodist Episcopal Home. 920 Park Place, Wednesday, 11 a.m. SCHUMACHER MAE E. (nee Creden), on January 24, 1942, aged 38 years, beloved wife of Rudolf H.; dear daughter of John and Rebecca Creden, and sister of John J. Creden. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a.m., from Oeorge werst funeral Home, Hart Street, corner Evergreen Avenue; solemn requiem mass, 10:30 a.m., it St. John the Baptist R. C. Church. Member of Mayflower Council, No. 2, D. of A.; Ida McKenna Circle, No. 1220, L. C. F. of A., and American Legion Auxiliary, East Rocksway Post. SEYFRIED JOHN, on January 25, 1942, aged 80 years. He is survived by his wife, Josephine; five children, May, James, Fred, Frances and Anna; eleven grandchildren, one great-grandchild. Funeral from his residence, 273 Devoe Street, Thursday, at 9:30 a.m.; thence to the R. C. Church of St. Nicholas, where a requiem mass will be celebrated at 10 o'clock. Interment Most Holy Trinity Cemetery. 1 TOMPKINS LYDIA E., January 24, 1942, beloved sister of Julia Tompkins. Funeral from Kearns te Sons Chapel, 1504 Bushwlck Avenue, Wednesday at 9:30 a.m.; solemn requiem mass Our Lady of Lourdes R. C. Church at 10 a.m. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Kindly omit flowers. VOGT January 26. 1942. at Ce-darhurst, L. I., ARTHUR G., beloved husband of Edith Vogt; formerly of Flatbush, Services at the Harry T. Pyle Mortuary, 1925 Church Avenue, Wednesday, 8 p.m. quent contributor to the mission and many other charities. He was a member of the 2d A. D. Democratic Club and at one time was an honorary member of the Board of Education. He is survived by his widow, Antoinette; five daughters, Mrs. Marie Mirabelloof Ozone Park, Mrs. Theodora Cafiero, Mrs. Anna Fazzio, Mrs. Rose Muller and Mrs. Julia Madden, all of Brooklyn, and a son, Nicholas Charles Salomone, also of Brooklyn. A solemn requiem mass will be celebrated at St. Edmund's R. C. Church, 19th St. and Avenue T. Friday at 10 a.m. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. Jn qjjemorfam KANE In loving memory of ANNA, who died January 27, 1941. Our lips ertnnot tell how miss her. Our heirts cannot tell -what to say; God alone knows how we miss h-r, In a home thai is lonesome today. Loving HUSBAND and CHILDREN. MAHRT MARGARET. She s dwelling In the house of the Lord. DAD and HARRIET. McGOVERN In loving remembrance of JOHN C. McGOVERN, who died January 27, 1939. God look him Home. It was His will, But in our hearts he liveth still. MOTHER and SISTERS. RITZHEIMER In loving memory of my beloved husband, PHILIP I RITZHEIMER, who departed for his eternal peace three years ago. God took him horn'-, it was His will, But In mr heart he liveth till. MINNIE. ABELOWS CELEBRATE 50TH ANNIVERSARY . Family and friends joined with Mr. and Mrs. David Abelov of 483 Wllloughby Ave. ln celebrating the couple's golden wedding anniversary at the Park Manor on Saturday night. Mr. Abelov, who has been a jeweler on Maiden Lane for 40 years, is well known in Brooklyn for his charitable activities. He has been president of the Beth Ham-edrlth Synagogue for many years. Mrs. Abelov has shared his devotion and efforts for many philanthropic, organizations. Conrad Biester Services To Be Held Tomorrow Conrad Blester of 218 Lincoln Ave., a machinist, formerly with the Robins Dry Dock & Repair Co., diet Sunday after a long Illness He was born in Germany, 61 years ago and lived in this country since 1914. Surviving are his widow, Catherine Puckhaber Biester. Services will be held at Fieseler's Funeral Home, 3358 Fulton St., at 10 a.m. tomorrow. Burial will be in Green-Wood Cemetery. (passes REILLY Second anniversary mass for the late CHARLES F. ItEILLY will be offered at St. Agnes R. C. Church Thursday morning, 8 o'clock. Woman Telegrapher, 67, Feted Upon Retirement Mrs. Cora G. Smytheman. 67, for 37 years a Morse operator for the Western Union Telegraph Company, was honored at a dinner last night marking her retirement. More than 100 telegraphers attended the affair in the Iceland Restaurant, Manhattan. Mrs. Smytheman, who has lived in Brooklyn for many years st the Standlsh Arms Hotel, plans to move to Hartford. Resolution LOWENSTEIN The officers and directors of the Brooklyn Federa- tion of Jewish Charities express their deep sorrow at the death of Solomon Lowenstein, Executive Vice President of the Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropic Societies of New York City. In every phase of his distinguished career as a social worker he was motivated by a profound sympathy for men and women and a ready understanding of their ills and woes. City, State and Nation are indebted to him for many of the advances made in social welfare in our time and his talerus as Executive and Administrator were always at the service of the Brooklyn Federation. We extend our deepest sympathy to his bereaved son and daughters. HUGH GRANT STRAUS, President. Vital Notices accepted 8 o.m. to 2 p m. tor publication the same doy; as late as 10 o.m. Saturday niflrtt tor publication Sunday. WEATHER Temperatures of this afternoon and tonight will not differ materially from those of the last 24 hours, although the winds will be lighter. Highest temperature New York City same date last year. 33. Lowest temperature New York City same date last year, 24. Country-wide weather temperature ae-cordlng to the Unned Statea Weather Bureau. Hlih and low for the preceding 24 hours from 7 30 am yesterday L H L. H N York City 29 37 Duluth 22 28 Albany 2S 30 Kansas City 3! 57 Atlanta 40 Sit Miami S7 77 Bismarck 21 52 New Orieana S2 73 Bolton 2A 34 Brownsville 65 77 Buffalo 32 34 Okla City 40 S4 Chlcaio 33 37 Philadelphia 32 35 Cincinnati 28 51 Pittsburgh 32 37 Denver 30 45 St. Louis 41 57 Detroit 32 35 Washington 37 40 Seek to Top Lehman's Cuts Continued from Page I a probability there'll be further cuts," said a majority spokesman. Tax Cut Asked at Once While submitting his executive budget of $380,700,000. which represents a reduction of 15.000,000 below last year's regardless of increased State war and defense costs, higher debt service and other increased costs, the Qovernor called for an immediate 25 percent outright cut in State Income taxes payable this year, beginning in April, and a similar cut next year. The Governor further highlighted his economy program by recommending an "embargo" for the duration of the war on non-defense capital outlays to avoid competition with war projects for labor and materials and to build up a "reservoir" of public works to meet the impact of Inevitable post-war unemployment. G. O. P. Maps Close Scrutiny Republican leaders met the Governor's budget and revenue recommendations by asserting that he had opposed their own economy plans for the past few years. Assembly Republican Leader Irving M. Ives said that if the Republicans had not insisted on economies the taxpayers would have been paying $50,000,000 more in taxes annually. Senate Republican Leader Joe R. Hanley said the Governor's budget message was "good news" for the State. The Republicans let It be known immediately that the Governor had Increased the personnel service item ln the Department of Taxation and Finance by $851,000 because of the operations of the new automobile responsibility law. They said this item would be scrutinized carefully because of the Governor's own estimates of declining gasoline and motor vehicle tax receipts, and protested that nearly all of 71 new administrative Jobs provided for were given to Democrats. Assembly Minority Leader Irwin Steingut of Brooklyn challenged Republican criticism of the Governor's budget and tax plans In recent years. He said that the Governor merited "congratulations and commenoations on the new budget. "I think." Steingut said, "the Governor did a swell Job." Proposed Budget Lowest in Six Years Albany, Jan. 27 (U.R) Governor Lehman's 1942-43 budget message, submitted to the Legislature last night, urges a 25 percent reduction ln personal Income taxes, a decrease of $5,000,000 ln governmental expenditures and creation of a $340,000,000 post-war public works program. Declaring that his budget program was "dedicated to a successful prosecution of the war," Lehman told the Republican-controlled Legislature that taxpayers would save more than $86,000,000 during the next year by adoption of his recommendations. He said he was able to lower taxes despite a sharp decrease ln revenue. Emphasizing that at the end of the current fiscal year, June 30. the State Treasury would show a surplus of $37,060,610, Lehman predicted that next year the surplus would be $2,500,000. He added that a similar amount had been set aside ln the new budget to meet any expense that may arise. Projects to Be Delayed The Governor proposed to set up the $340,000,000 post-war unemploy ment program by postponing for the duration of the conflict the State's $80,000,000 highway and parkway program, $240,000,000 for low-cost housing and slum clearance and the $40,000,000 railroad grade -crossing elimination program. Lehman made known his objections to a Republican plan permitting deduction of Federal Income tax payments when making State returns. He described the proposal as a "rich man's" plan that would help only 5.6 percent of the State's taxpayers. Postal Credit Group Elects Directors, Other Officers More than 600 members of the Brooklyn Postal Employes' Credit Union, meeting at Joe's Restaurant, Fulton St., last night elected William J. Doll to his 10th term as a member of the board of directors. He is a carrier ln the Dyker Heights station. Louis Seitelman, a clerk ln the general post office, also was elected to the board; Robert Byrne, carrier in the general office, was named for his 4th term on the supervisory committee, and Irving Goldenberg, a clerk ln the general office, was elected to the credit committee. Morris Goldberg, president, presided. BUY V. S. DEFENSE BONDS AND 8AVINGS STAMPS Walter J.$xmU uioitomB DIGNIFIED At Low tllA FUNERALS A ltjJ OUR. FUNERAL J40MES 111 LMbn iMlawd SUdkMtartaf 4-1206 UUUtaamlt. lUpfcmtMtar 2-42SS-7 ' 1M-1I MM liaiiaa Hiiidm MS7S S3-31 Ftna Siaam lltgwmn 1-0900 114-MNwlfc.SM, - FLaaMtig 3-4600 TTt MtANO tt Stat St, StiiliUn HnttT 7410 atanMamti 117 Wta4 TM Strait-Tllfalarar 7-STSfl 141 fan 1 Wt IMth ttrart Mrwaii. S-lWt 1S I. TrtMtrt tIMta 7-27M 147 WiUi. mig MOW Nam 1)4272 inronmi 714 Mai Bcatonabl eotti, pttraoaal aerrtc and xprienc rp- rnt th moat Important aids to our client!. gco.w: Pease 0 SON INC . Funarol Directors 4)3 Nntraiia An. tTarllnl t Tl Henry fMafciMn $c nttH ESTABLISHED 1888 Funeral Service Complete Funsrals From $150 Chapelt Available in ALL COMMUNITItS 24 SIVINTH AVE. NEvins S-S912 MAiri 2-7021 SOuth 8-6540 S iaiiiaau' I BRUCTIQNl m. SALES J ON FEBRUARY 6TH WE WILL SELL n puoiic auction, al im Kent Avenue. Brooklyn. .New York. t 10 00 a.m.. 318 carton and S skids of Lithographic .Material, atored for the account of HIatory Inatitute of America, 405 East 54th Street, New York, Y.. to aatiefy our lien. LEHIGH WAREHOUSE TRANSPORTATION CO.. INC. Ja20-2t Tu GABRIEL WISHBOW, AUCTIONEER. selle by virtue of default in chattel moitaaae re; METROPOLITAN FARMS, INC.. on January 27th. 1942. at 10 30 a.m.. at 515 Fulton Street. Brooklyn, chattel! more particularly et forth in the schedule herein, to satisfy the amount due thereon. 517 FULTON ST. CORP.. Mortgagee, MORTGAGE SALE Br virtue o( default In certain chattel mortaaae In re Don Ammar to Pennsylvania Exchange Bank. David Cohen, auctioneer, sell January 27th. 1843. 12.00 Noon, at 320-324 Thattord Avenue, Brooklyn. New York, all bar and grill tlx. turea and equipment, an per schedule. Mortaafree reaervea the right to bid. H. a. 8CHON7.EIT. AUCTIONEER, sella January 28, 1942. 9:30 a m, 50 Remsen Avenue, Brooklyn. Chrvjlcr Sedan. Plymouth Tudor. Oldjrnbhils Sedan. Lincoln Zephyr, Motor Nos. C14-IST79A. 1177318. 1,47995. H1178J. PAWNBROKERS SALES ESTATE OT EUGENE ROSEN-BAl'M'S AUCTIONEERS. J. Kelly, .t. Feldhuhn. I. Kirachner. J. Schwtlb, sell at i0 Bowery, at 9 a.m. Jan. 29 By order of I. Golden. 430 5th Ave., diamonds, silverware, Jewelry, second-hand watches, odds and ends, clothing, etc., pledfrecl from 22583 of March 9. 1940. to 43085 of Dec. 14. 1940. Ja22-6t oSu JACOB 8HONOUT. INC. Joi Geo It Richard Shongut, Auctioneer, Ofi.L.1. Al 4 BUVVa-KI. N. T ., 9 AM Feb 3. for M. Stavenhagen ft Co . 29 Woodhull St.. diamonds, Jtwelrv. aecond ! hand matchet. edda and ends from 38522 of JulT 1. 1940. to 41700 of Bee 1. 1940, : and all holdovers. Similar gooda for M. 1 Stavenhagen at Co . 581 sth Ave . from 205SO ot July 1. 1940. to 32200 Of Dc. 1. 1940. and all holdovtra. i LICENSES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT wholesaler Beer License C-87 ha been Issued to the undersigned to ell beer at wholesale, under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law, In premises located at 2-30 Baltic Street. Brooklyn, New York. i WESTERN BEER CORP., 2-80 Baltic Street, Brooklyn. New York. ' Ja20-2t fa

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