The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York on July 15, 1937 · Page 32
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The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York · Page 32

Brooklyn, New York
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Thursday, July 15, 1937
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32 W BROOKLYN DAILY EAGLE, NEW YORK, THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1937 Merritt Boomed For Presidency Of Queens Boro Would Be Strong Con-lender With Brunner and Nunan Unavailable With A'dermanic President William F. Brunnrr and Stale Senator Joseph D. Nunan removed from the lists, the namo of Representative-at-large Matthew J. Merritt of Flushing, arose today as the outstanding possibility for the Sheridan Democrats- designation for the Borough Presidency. Municipal Court Justice Edward J. Smith, whose term expires tins year and who has an extremely larce per.-oiial followins m both parties, has aL-o been prominently mentioned tor the desicnation, but it is doubtful if he would want it. Justice Smith has already received the unofficial indorsement for reelection from a number of Republican groups, and there is little doubt that he would be renamed by his own party to run again. May Not Need Sheriff As for the shrievalty desicnation, given by the committee to Assemblyman Maurice FitzGeralri, an active leader in Leader James C. Sheridan's group declared this soon might be removed from consideration altogether. There is a strong possibility that Bt next Tuesday's meeting of the Board of Aldermen, he said, the City Charter committee of the board will recommend enactment of the proposed law abolishing elections for sheriff and providing that the Appellate Division fill this office by appointment. Young Democrats to Meet Decisions on what candidates to support in the coming primaries will be taken at a meeting of the Queens County division of the Affiliated Youns Democrats, Inc., in the Regent Hotel in Jamaica tomorrow. John W. Knox, county chairman, wiU preside. Harold R. Moskovit. State president, will lead a round table discussion on the candidates in the coming city election. Plans will be completed for the fourth annual moonlight sail up the Hudson on July 31. Jr. iwaits Happy Reunion L I. Is Warned Of Pollution Will Take Control of South Shore Waters If Counties Don't Act Mmeola. July 15 Warning was issued to officials of Nassau and Suffolk yesterday that unless they gave full co-operation to the Interstate Sanitation Commission's efforts to ! eradicate and prevent pollution of ' South Shore waters the State would step into the picture and compel I action. I The warning was issued by Jeremiah D. Maguire, chairman of the i commission, at a public meeting in the County Courthouse. If the local ; units wished to go ahead with a ; program, he said, the legal and engineer departments of the commission would be placed at the service 1 of the boards of supervisors of both : counties, he said. I Dr. M. D. Dickinson. District State ; Health Officer, told the commission that in the last analysis pollution must be controlled In the waters of the Town of Hempsiead, where, he said, 'three-fourths of all sewage of Nassau County empties. This sewage, he added, comes from an area inhabited by more than 200,000 persons. Sidney M. Shapiro, assistant chief engineer of the L. I. State Park Commission, reiterated the position taken by Robert Moses in a letter sent to Scth G. Hess, chief engineer of the commission. I Supervisor Frederick J. Wood of i Babylon, said pollution of waters ; around Lindenhurst was stopped last Summer. THESE FACIALS APE TERRIBLY EXPENSIVE. I CANT, AFFORD THEM ANY MORE.' I WHY SUCH ELABORATE TREATMENTS, HELEN ? I AT HOME AND fsf-J I KFPB VOUR JSKIN LOVELY' FOR LESS THAN IC A DAY. 1 CUTICURA tS I MARVELOUS.' THERE'S SCARCELY A BLACKHEAD ON MY FACE. AND MY OTHER SKIN FLAWS! ARE DISAPPEARS 1,1. I SOAP 1st CUTICURA'S SPECIAL COMBINED CLEANSING. CLE A R IN G. SOFTEN IN Gy AND BEAUTIFYING I PROPERTIES HELP TONE J AND REPINE r75 THE SKIN AND LVJ IRRITATION FROM f OINTMENT 2S HitooKLYX stoke i osi; all Garden Cily Slurc Open Saturday 9:30 .1. M. to 5:30 P. . SATURDAY at both stores Brooklyn and Garden Cily JULY IIA1ICAIX! Tamara Yumasheff, who will be reunited with her brother, Andrei, co-pilot of record-breaking Russian flight. Polar Flier to Meet Sister He Hasn't Seen in 17 Years Kusian Aviators Guests at California Luncheon, and Greeted bv Army-Navv Officials s Summer City Hall Linked by Buse Queens-Nassau Transit Lines to Start Jamaica to College Point Route' A through bus route between the j Summer City Hall at Coileqe Point ; and the business center of Jamaica will be established tomorrow by Queens-Nassau Transit Lines. Inc. This new route will operate from Parsons Boulevard and Jamaica Ave.. Jamaica, via Jamaica Ave , 153d St., Hillside Ave., Parsons Boulevard, passing Queens General Hospital and thence proceeding to Flushing 1 alone Kissena Boulevard. The route will pass through Main St., Flushing, to Northern Boule- j vard; thence along Northern Boule- . vard to Linden St., passim: Flushing Airport and entering CoUecc Point ' over 127th St. The line then pro- ceeds to the Shore Front Park In ; College Point, terminating at the Chisholm Mansion, which is now ' serving as the City Hall. Buses will operate between College Point and Jamaica every 12 I minutes in the morning and evening rush hour.-, and on a 15-minute headway during the mid-day and evening. The running time for the 8's-mile trip from the extreme end of the line in College Point to the center of Jamaica will be 4n minutes. The fare wiil be 5 cent-s. Now buses tearing 41 passengers will be used j to inaugurate this service. This new line is being created by combining the routes officially designated as Q-25 and Q-34. which are now operated independently of each other bv Queens-Nassau Transit Lines, Ir.c. San Diego, Cat., July 15 (.?) The world's newest flying heroes, three modest Russians who grinned like schoolboys as they posed for photographers, started out today to inspect American airplane factories and Hollywood. Conquerors of time and space, Pilot Mikhail Gromoff, Co-Pi!ot Andrei Yumosheff and Navigator Sergei Danilin, motored here last night from March Field, U. S. Army base to which they were taken after landing in a cow pasture early yesterday. Yumosheff. who has two children a boy. 12. and a girl. 5. in Moscowlooked forward to a reunion in San Francisco with his sister. Tamara, whom he has not seen since she left Russia 17 years ago. The fliers were to attend a civic luncheon today, then motor to Los Angeles for a welcome from officials of the Army and Navy, repre sentatives of the aircraft industries and city authorities. Tentative plans called for one or two days in Los Angeles, then an overnight train ride for a day's visit m San Francisco. From there the aviators plan to fly a commercial transport plane to Washington, thence to New York, where thev probably will sail for Russia. Julv 25. The flying lime from Moscow to San Jacinto was fixed at 62 hours 17 minutes; the distance at approximately 6.700 miles. ADVERTISEMENT Commodore Oliver H. Perry, hero ot the naval battle of Lake Erie ! during the War of 1812. is com- j memorated by the Kentucky county bearing his name. Help Kidneys Don't Take Drastic Drug Your K:d::rys contain 8 mill inn t!nv nhs or filters which may be curia urc red riy neK'.ect or riruM'.c, lmtiitiue clruus. He card Hi. 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After the divorce granted on 76 la.vt, air)ifi.r. i; ;l:e huMiand'., attorney, he v.a- t:ci p.rmiv-ion ' by the couit to his li-'.ear-oici daughter. Jcni, nr. alt. Saturdays and SundrtV- :.('. ; ,ke 1m r walking in the r.'-:.,:.V.r::oid. B .' three tune.-, M;-.-. p:-.-,.:;.:e ri f y-ed to allow the c::::-' o'f . the l;,y.:..c and ano'l;er 'ime t:...; .;n, on ac-ccmpanvmg t.-..-m. :ne ;,iwvct .--aid. Counsel for utr ;,. wm'er'il r. the hearing in Spe; lrm of the Supren-.e C r.y:, J :n::.,r :i, that. .-!!.-was a.ra:ti h-r t.-rmer h:i.-!anfl would tiik- ti-.c i:;r! aa-f. ly-c.,.o:i vas if-d". -! .t:-e:),pt n!,,. tion ty J'.i--;-e Thou:..-- c. Kadi-n Jr. Valley Stream Hoy Drowns Off Dock East RoeUawiv. J i; .u.'.i- hv the Co" p-.hte ;;y)(j-;:g:t track, Ea.!t Rcikaaay ar.d (i;i:f. police dragged t.he wa-ers off iji-.i-son's boatyard here for n:ore ,;. live hours before -,'.' r.z -r.r ho'lv of a 7-year-old bov, v.i:o y,m fal'.e:, Off the pier. The boy. 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