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For Clanaified Ad Retail BROOKLYN DAILY EAGLE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1937 Telephone MAin 4-6000 15 Wl Dcatbs Abbott, Mary Howard. Theresa Ahearn, John P. Howes, Mary Ament, Peter Jacquln, Louis A. Blauvelt, George Johnson, Chas. O. Boyle, James Johnson, Emily Brown, Marie T. Jones, Elinor H. Cherlchetti, V Mayer, Joseph Daab.H.G. Mohrmann.P. A. Danmar, William Monohan, Thos. E, Duderstadt, Ada Murphy, M. J. Du Four. J. B. Nodine, Wm. J.B. Erich, Wllhelmlna Ranson, Emma K. Fitzgerald, John J. Scully, John V. Oalr. Robert See, Duane Goodwin, Strang, Frank M. Charlotte M. Walsh, William H. Green, William H. West, Alice Guerln, Julia Wichmann, C. G, Hamilton, Mary E. Wilson, Amelia Hogan.Thomas Jr. Wurteel, Katie Hohmann, George Deatfcs GREEN On Wednesday, November 3, 1937, WILLIAM H. GREEN, retired, N. Y. P. D., beloved husband of Helen, devoted father of Mrs. J. C. Boehm, Mae C, Harry, James, William, George and John Green; brother of James, Mrs. Agnes Carroll and Mrs. Edward Kehoe. Funeral from his residence, 718 Marcy Avenue, on Saturday, November 6, at 8:30 a.m.; thence to St. Ambrose R. C. Church. Interment St. John's Cemetery, GUERIN JULIA A., on November 4, beloved mother of Mary A. Weiss, Honora and Helen. Funeral from her residence, 1365 Union St.; requiem mass St. Gregory'! R. C. Church, Saturday, 10 a.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. ABBOTT On November 2, MARY, at her residence, 61 Lorraine Street, beloved mother of Mrs. Albert Hough, Mrs. James Heaney and John J, Abbott. Also survived by four grandchildren. Funeral services Friday, 8 p.m., at Funeral Chapel, 103 King Street. Interment Saturday, 10:30 a.m., Evergreens Cemetery. AHEARN On November 4. JOHN P. AHEARN, at hie late residence, 68-61 Hull Avenue, Maspeth. Fu neral from Woodslde Memorial Chapel, 41-45 58th Street, Woodside, on Saturday, November 6, at 10:30 a.m.; thence to St. Stanislaus Church, Maspeth, where a solemn requiem mass will be offered for the repose of his soul at 11 a.m. inter ment Calvary Cemetery. AMENT PETER, suddenly, on November 4, In his 46th year, be loved husband of Ottllle, father of Russel Ament, Henry and Wilhel-mina Newell and Mrs. Winifred Layton. Also survived by live brother and four siateri. (President of Patrick Condon Savings Club.) Cremation at Fresh Pond. Time and date later. Under the direction of John Vogel Funeral Home. BLAUVELT Suddenly, on No-Tember 3, 1937, at his home, 1814 East 51st Street, OEORGE M. BLAUVELT, father of John H. Blauvelt and brother of Margretta Blauvelt. Funeral eervlces Friday evening, i o'clock, at parlors of Charles J. Barr, 2 Brevoort Place, tomer of Franklin Avenue. Please omit flowers. (Nyack, N. Y, paper, please copy.) BOYLE On Thursday, November 4. JAMES J., husband of the late Emma A. (nee Lavalle); beloved father of Ann, Marjorie, Mildred and Vera; also survived by twelve grandchildren. Funeral from his residence, 1019 E. 31st St., Monday, 8:30 a.m.; thence to Our Lady Help of Christians R. C. Church, where a aolemn requiem mass will be offered. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. BROWN MARIE THERESA, on November 4, beloved wife of Howard Brown and daughter of Mrs. Jennie Baldwin, sister of Mrs. Eleanor Ilshoefer and William J. Baldwin. She was a member of the 13th Veterans Association Ladies Auxiliary. Services at the Fieseler Funeral Home, 3358 Fulton Street, Cypress Hills, on Sunday at 2 p.m. Funeral Monday at 2 p.m interment Evergreens Cemetery. CHERICHETTI On November 3, 1937, VITTORIO, beloved husband of Serafina Cherlchetti, of 20 Cam- , bridge Place. Requiem mass will be celebrated In the Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, North 8th Street and Union Avenue, Saturday 10 a.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. DAAB On Thursday, November 4. 1937, HENRY GEORGE DAAB of 106-04 103d Ave., Ozone Park, L. I., beloved husband of Sophia Daab and father of Norma Daab. Services at his residence on Sunday, Novem ber 7, at 8 p.m. ' DANMAR WILLIAM, of 89-05 138th St., Jamaica. Thursday, November 4. beloved husband of Mathilda Danmar. Services at the Fairchlld Chapel, 8931 164th St., Saturday at 8 p.m. DUDERSTADT ADA, of 39 Hemlock Street, beloved mother of Ethel Moeller and Charles Duderstadt. Services Sunday, 4 p.m., Zlrkel's Chapel, 243 Rldgewood Avenue. DU FOUR JAMES B., on Thurs-4 day, November 4. 1937, In his 67th year, beloved husband of Elizabeth; also surviving are four daughters. Funeral services to be held at First Presbyterian Church, Springfield Boulevard, Springfield Gardens, Sunday, November 7, at i p.m. Interment Monday, 10 am. Evergreens Cemetery. ERICH WILHELMINA E. (nee Tlmmerman), of 91-22 216th Street, Queen Village, on Thursday, Hy vember 4, 1937, beloved wife of Frederick W., mother of Robert C. and F. Walter, sister of Martha, Marie, Christian and Carl Timmer-man, grandmother of Jane. Services at Stutzmann's Parlors, 94-58 221st Street, Saturday, 2:30 p.m. Interment Lutheran Cemetery. FITZGERALD On November 3, JOHN J retired lieutenant, N. Y. P. D.; beloved son of the late Maurice and Ellen Fitzgerald; brother of Timothy, Mary and Catherine. Funeral from his residence, 2047 Har-lng Street, Saturday, November 6, at 11:30 a.m. Requiem mass at the R. C. Church of Good Shepherd. In terment Calvary Cemetery. GAIR ROBERT Jr., suddenly, at his home in Syosset, L. I. Husband of Jean Adams Gair, and father of Elizabeth and Brenda. Funerl and Interment private. Kindly omit (lowers. OOODWIN On November 4, 1937, CHARLOTTE M., wife of the late Thomas R, Coodwin; survived by one daughter, Mrs. Charles Schroe-der, and granddaughter, Loralne Schroeder. Funeral services at her home, 23 Woodbine St., Friday evening, 8 o'clock. Interment private, Cypress Hills Cemetery, Saturday morning. HAMILTON On November 3, 1937, MARY E. HAMILTON, of 1362 St. Mark's Ave., mother of the late Harry W. Hamilton. Services at the Fairchlld Chapel, 86 Lefferts Place, Saturday, November 6, at 2 p.m. HOG AN THOMAS F. Jr. on November 3, son of Mae Hogan and the late Thomas F, Hogan Sr. Funeral from his residence, 1431 East 15th Street, Brooklyn, on Saturday at 9 a.m. Solemn requiem mass at St. Brendan's R. C. Church at 9:30 a.m. Interment St. John's Cemetery. HOHMANN GEORGE, In his 53d year. Survived by a brother, John; three sisters, Mary, Minnie and Dorothy. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a.m., from Charles Sanders' Chapel, 202 Jefferson St.; thence to St. Leonard's R. C. Church, where requiem mass will be offered. In terment St. John's Cemetery, HOWARD On November 5, THERESA, widow of William J., be loved mother of Laurette, Gertrude and William L. Howard .Mrs. J.Walter Gallagher and Mrs. Murray Milli-kin. Funeral from residence, 259 Jefferson Avenue, Monday at 9:30 a.m. Solemn requiem mass at Church of Our Lady of Victory, Throop Avenue, at 10 o'clock. HOWES MARY, on November 2, In her 81st year, at her late residence, 9117 215th St., Queens Village. Survived by her sister, Mrs. Josephine Mealio. Requiem mass will be held Saturday, 10 a.m., Our Lady of Lourdes R. C. Church, Queens Village. Interment St. John's Cemetery. JACQUIN On Thursday. November 4. 1PQ7, LOUIS ALFRED of 447 47th Street, beloved brother of Lucie E. Hunt and Edward Jacquin. Fu neral services at the Church of St. Mark, Brooklyn Avenue and Union Street, Sunday, November 7, at 2:30 p.m. Robt. Gair Jr. Dies: Industrialist's Son Head of Two Corporations Golf, Bridpe Enthusiast Member of Many Clubs Syosset, Nov. 5 Robert Gair Jr. died of heart failure Wednesday night in hla sleep, at his home here. Mr. Gair was the son of Robert Gair, inventor of the modern method of manufacturing folding cartons and founder of the Robert Gair Company, Inc. He was born In Brooklyn on Sept. 6, 1881. After finishing high school, he went to work with his father when about 16 years of age and worked his way up to the vice presidency. After his father's death, he relinquished his connection with the Robert Gair Company to become president of Gair Realty Corporation and president of Gair Properties, Inc. He married Jean Adams of Brooklyn. Surviving are his widow, his two children, Elizabeth and Brenda Gair; his brother, George West Gair of Greens Farms, Conn., chairman of the board, Robert Gair Company, Inc., and his sisters, Mrs. Edward Sweeney. Miss M. Elizabeth Gair, Dr. E. Florence Gair, all of New York, and Mrs. William Gill of South Orange, N. J. Frederick Mohrmann Frederick A. Mohrmann, a lifelong resident of Brooklyn, died yesterday at his home. 1524 Brooklyn Ave., at the age of 67. He had been employed by the Borden Company for 30 years and had been retired for 15 years. He was a member of the Steuben Society of America and the Zion Lutheran Choir for 48 years. Surviving are his widow, Elizabeth Mohrmann, and two sons, Carl and Frederick Mohrmann Jr. Funeral services will be held at the Fairchlld Chapel. 86 Lefferts Place, on Sunday at 8 p.m. Interment will be In Lutheran Cemetery on Monday at 10 a.m. James J. Boyle, Ex-Customs Man Boro Resident Dies at 69 Son of Noted Welfare Worker Rites Monday William Danmar William Danmar, architect, of 89-05 138th St., Jamaica, died yes terday at the Jamaica Hospital at I he age of 84. following an operation for appendicitis. Mr. Danmar, who was torn In Denmark, formerly re sided In Brooklyn. He was the first president of the New York Call and f r the last 30 years had been a manufacturer of concrete trimming. Surviving Is his widow, Mathilda Danmar. Funeral services will be held at the Fairchlld Chapel, 8931 194th St., tomorrow at 8 p.m. Dcatts. r VITAL NOTICES (Actnnvl-idfments, Births, ConJtltn, et. Confirmations, Deaths, En-tagements, Marriages, Masses, Memoriams, Resolutions) accepted until 10 P. M. for publication ihi following iai or jrom I A. M. to 1 PM. (11 A. M. on Saturdays) for publication in thi next available edition if the semt day's paper. The Vital St-tict rate is 90 tents per lint. MAin 4-0000 JOHNSON On November 4 CHARLES O., in his 54th year, at his residence, 73 Buffalo Ave., devoted father of Charles, William, Richard. Mrs. Catherine Fash, Mr. Marlon Tenner. Funeral 10:00 a.m., Monday; thence to St. Benedict's R. C. Church for a final blessing. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. JOHNSON EMILY, on Friday, at her home, 1815 East 51st Street, beloved wife of Charles Johnson and dear mother of Albert and Richard, Edith and Ann. Services Sunday, 8 p.m. Funeral Monday, 10:30 a.m. Interment Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Albert V. O'Connell directing. JONES On Wednesday, November 3, 1937, ELINOR H., beloved wife of Percy A. Jones and daughter of Henritta Newell. Services at the Fairchlld Chapel, Franklin Ave. at 12th St., Garden City, Sunday at 3 p.m. MAYER JOSEPH, on November 3, 1937, aged 57 years, beloved husband of Barbara Mayer; dear father of Elizabeth Demery, Adolph Mayer; also survived by four grandchildren, one sister and two brothers. Funeral Monday, 9:15 a.m., from his home, 277 DeVoe St.; thence to St. Nicholas R. C. Church. Interment St. John's Cemetery. MOHRMANN On Thursday, November 4, 1937, FREDERICK A., beloved husband of Elizabeth, and devoted father of Frederick Jr. and Carl Mohrmann. Services at the Fairchild Chapel, 86 Lefferts Place, on Sunday at 8 p.m. MONAHAN Thursday, THOMAS E.,' husband of Emma McClernon; father of Mrs. Bernard Rock. Funeral Monday from 773 56th St. Requiem mass at Our Lady of Perpetual Help R. C. Church. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. MURPHY On November S, 1937, MICHAEL J beloved husband of Margaret Murphy; devoted father of Mary Clemett, John, Cornelius, Michael, James, Dennis, Walter and Joseph Murphy. Funeral from his residence, 221 45th St., on Monday, November 8, at 9:30 a.m.; requiem mass at St. Michael's R. C. Church, Interment Holy Cross Cemetery, NODINE On Thursday, November 4, 1937, WILLIAM J. B., of 1830 49th Street, beloved husband of Virginia and father of Dorothy Lil-ley. Services at the Fairchlld Chapel, 86 Lefferts Place, Saturday at 2:30 p.m. RANSON On November 3, 1937, EMMA KINGHORN RANSON, beloved mother of Agnes I. Whltsker and Mary A. Robinson, sister of An. nie J. Blyth of Johannesburg, South Africa. Services at the Pease Funeral Parlor. 437 Nostrand Avenue at Hancock Street, on Sunday, November 7, at 2 p.m. Members of Theodore Roosevelt Chapter 623, O. E. S., are invited to attend. SCULLY On November 3, 1937, JOHN V., of 7420 Ridge Boulevard, Patrolman N. Y. P. D., attached to Traffic A, Manhattan, beloved husband of Winifred Scully (nee Davis), father of John and brother of James and Margaret Scully. Funeral Saturday, 10:30 a.m., from Funeral Home, 7722 4th Ave.; thence to Our Lady of Angela Church, where a solemn requiem mass will be offered. Interment St. John's Cemetery. SEE On November 4, 1937, DUANE, beloved husband of Elizabeth See. Services at Roemmele's Funeral Church, 1230 Bushwlck Ave., on Monday, November 8, 2 p.m. STRANG On November 3, 1937 FRANK M., beloved husband of Jennie C. Strang and father of Clarencef Herbert, Arthur Strang, Mrs. Hazel Everdell and Mrs. Alva Walnwrlght. Funeral services at E, J. Ebbers Funeral Home, 396 Gates Ave., on Saturday, November 8, at 2 p.m. WALSH WILLIAM H. Suddenly, on Wednesday, November 3, 1937, son of the late James Walsh and Cath erine McCabe Walsh Heavey. Survived by wife, Catherine OToole Walsh; daughters, Catherine, Mil died and Gertrude; sons, Harry, James, Richard, William Jr., Joseph and John; brothers, Joseph and Richard; granddaughters, Adrienae and Maureen. Retired pipe caulker, Department of Water Supply, New York Citv. Funeral from his resl' dence, 2810 Avenue T, Brooklyn, on Saturday, November 6, at 10:30 a.m Requiem mass at Church of Good Shepherd, Avenue R and Batchelder Street, at 11 a.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. WEST ALICE GREENSWORD, aged 69 years. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at the home of her niece, Mrs. F. Mack, Old Mill Road, North Merrick. Interment Green-Wood Cemetery. WICHMANN On Thursday, November 4, 1937, CHARLES G., beloved husband of Mary M. (nee Mc- Namara); father of Doris, Charles and Jeanne. Funeral services at his residence, 1771 E. 24th St., on Saturday, November 6, at 2 p.m. WILSON AMELIA, November 4, at her late residence, Tappan, New York. Funeral services Sunday, No vember 7, 2:30 p.m. Interment No vember 8. Evergreens Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York. WURTZEL KATIE, on November 4. 1937, aged 62 years, beloved wife of William; dear mother of Alice Muller, William and Charles; grandma of Alice and Ruth Muller; sister of Johanna Rothert and William Gerlach. Funeral Monday, 1:30 p.m., from George Werst Chapel, 572 Hart St., corner Evergreen Ave. James J. Boyle, retired Federal employe, died yesterday at his home, 1019 E. 21st St, He was 69. He was the son of the late Theresa McQuade Boyle, nationally known as the "Angel of Castle Garden" to the older generation for her contribution to the assistance of Irish Immigrant girls. He was recently retired after 42 years with the Appraiser's Office of the Port of New York. Until the past few years he was active In Brooklyn politics, and prior to that in New York and Greenpolnt poli tics. He was a member of Andrew Jackson Democratic Club and a charter member Of the old Fidelity Council, K. of C. He is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Ann T.,Doyle, Mrs. Mildred F. Dlckman, Mrs. Vera Connors and Mrs. Mary R. Breen of Rldgewood, N. J. Funeral services will be held on Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock, with requiem mass at Our Lady Help of Christians R. C. Church and Interment In Holy Cross Cemetery. Charles Johnson, Retired Gardener Charles O. Johnson, 54, retired landscape gardener, died yesterday of pneumonia at his home, 73 Buffalo Ave. Mr. Johnson, who was a lifelong resident of Brooklyn, was a member of the 17th A. D. Regular Democratic Organization and Democratic captain of the 35th Election District. Surviving are three sons, Charles. William and Richard Johnson, and two daughters, Mrs. Catherine Fash and Mrs. Marlon Tenner. Captains and members of the Democratic organization will meet outside the home on Sunday at 8 p.m. A solemn requiem mass will be held at the R. C. Church of St. Benedict at 10 a.m. on Monday. Interment will be In Holy Cross Cemetery. Mrs.W.E.Erich,47, Active Clubwoman Queens Village Matron Dies at Home Long in Boro Rites Tomorrow Mrs. Wllhelmlna E. Erich, 47, of 91-22 216th St., Queens Village, died yesterday. She was bor In Brooklyn and lived here for 33 years. Mrs. Erich was a member of the Ladles Aid Society i " the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer, the Women's Masonic Auxiliary of Hol-lis and the Hollls Women's Republi can Club. Surviving are her husband, Frederick W. Erich; two sons, Robert C. and F. Walter Erich: two sisters, Martha and Marie Timmermann; two brothers, Christian and Carl Timmermann, and a granddaughter, Jane Erich. Funeral services will be held at the Stutzmann Funeral Parlors, 94-58 221st St., Queens Village, tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. The Rev. Paul B. Beard of the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer will officiate. Interment will be In the Lutheran Cemetery. John Fitzgerald, Retired Officer John J. Fitzgerald, retired Lieu tenant of the New York Police Department, died yesterday at his home, 2047 Harlng St., at the age of 73. He was born In Manhattan and had lived in Brooklyn for 85 years. Lieutenant Fitzgerald was k member of the Royal Arcanum, Police 'Veteran Association, Lieutenants Benevolent Association, Knights of Columbus and the Holy Name Society of the R. C. Church of Good Shepherd. He was the son of the late Maurice and Ellen Fitzgerald and is survived by a brother, Timothy, and two sisters, Mary and Catherine Fitzgerald. Funeral services will be held at the home tomorrow. A solemn requiem mass will be held at the Church of the Good Shepherd at 11:30 a.m. Interment will be In Calvary Cemetery. Alcohol, Overeating Ruled Out As High Blood Pressure Causes Medical science, which for centuries has sought vainly to establish the cause of high blood pressure, reported progress today by announcing the elimination of several things commonly accepted as causes. Dr. Herman O. Mosenthal, of Columbia University, told the annual graduate fortnight of the New York Academy of Medicine that the disease, a major cause of death, was not caused by excessive protein or carbohydrate foods, alcohol In moderation, the presence of high-blood sugar, or overweight. He defined the disease as a functional disorder,' characterized by a progressively increasing elevation of arterial pressure, and noted that the "mechanical strain" Incidental to its presence often produced changes In the heart and the arteries of the brain and kidneys o severe that death often results. In emphasizing that alcohol. In moderation, does not Influence blood pressure, Dr. Mosenthal pointed out that the blood pressure of habitual, heavy drlngers Is lowered in some Instances when the alcohol la restricted or total abstinence is practiced. He explained that overweight, while In Itself having no effect on blood pressure, did place an additional strain upon the heart and arteries and should be avoided. The only effect of protein and carbohydrate foods, he added, was their tendency to cause overweight. Mrs. T. Howard, Old Boro Resident Widow of the Founder of Howard Beach Is Dead Rites on Monday Mrs. Theresa Howard, a lifelong resident of Brooklyn, died today at her home, 259 Jefferson Ave., following a short illness. She was the widow of William J. Howard, member of the McDermott & Howard firm, leather manufacturers, Mr. Howard was the founder of Howard Beach. Mrs. Howard was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John McGrover, who resided in the Williamsburg section. Surviving are four daughters, Laurette and Gertrude Howard, Mrs. J. Walter Gallagher, Mrs. Murray G. MUllkin, and a son, William L. Howard. A solemn requiem mass will be held at the Church of Our Lady of Victory on Monday at 10 a.m. Interment will be in St. John's Cemetery. Sister Gets Bulk Of Green Fortune Settlement of Will Fight Gives $500,000 in Cash to Widow Who Sued dcbnotolcDgment GERMAIN The family of the late JOSEPH H. acknowledges with grateful appreciation the kind expressions of sympathy received from the Reverend Clergy, relatives and friends. KILLED HITCHING RIDE Bernard Trantlski, 17, of 1522 Jefferson Ave. was killed today when, according to police, he fell from a truck on which he was hitching a ride and was crushed under the rear right wheel. The driver of the truck, which was going south along Broadway near Ralph Ave. at the time, did not stop, apparently unaware of the accident. Police of the Ralph Ave. station are Investigating. Chief Inspects Naval Reserve Freeport, Nov. 5 Capt. Jamea H. C. Smyth, founder, national commander of the Junior Naval Reserve, inspected the Freeport battalion last night In the gymnasium of Archer Street School. He made a plea to Naval Reserve officers in the community to take an Interest In the Junior reserve, pointing out Its value In training boya to become good citizens. The boys were drilled by Commander Guy A. Russel. Other of ficers are Lieut. Com. Alfred P. Sammia, and Lleuts. Charles W. Watson and Alfred Rhodes. Among the guests was Field Commissioner Paul A. Canalizo of the Boy Rangers. Judgments TEXTILE PLANT CLOSES Lawrence. Mass., Nov. 5 U.R The Pacific Print Works, world's largest textile print work, will shut down tonight until Nov. 15 because of lack of orders. It was announced today The shutdown will throw 1,800 out of work. RUCTION? SOLES J The long wrangle over the $40,-000,000 estate of Col. Edward H. R. Oreen, son of Hetty Green, was ended today as the result of a deci sion announced by Surrogate Harry E. Owen of Essex County. Mrs. Matthew Astor Wllks, sister, receives the bluk of the estate, and Green's widow, Mrs. Mabel Harlow Green, who sued to set aside the will, gets 8500,000 in cash In addition to the $18,000 a year already outlined In the will. Over a long period hearings In the contest have been held at the Bar Building, 36 W. 44th St., Manhattan. Surrogate Owen estimated that Federal and 8tate Uxes on the es-tati will amount o abou 70 percen of the total fortune. Boro Man Killed , With 3 in Crash Auto Overturns Upstate-Fireman Injured When Car Collides With Truck Poughkeepsie, Nov. 5 (A) Four residents of the metropolitan Ne York aread died earl.' today in an automobile accident near Hyde Park on the Albany Post Road. The victims were Ottavio Corpo-lanano. 21, of 197 Bergen St., Brooke lyn; Donald R. McBeath, 28, of 723 W. 113th St., Manhattan; William J.Kelly, 22. of Yonkers, and Alex Giannlni, 26, of the Bronx. District Attorney Thomas Lavery said Cor polan ano was driving the car, which crashed into several guard posts and overturned in ditch. Boro Fireman Injured William E. Smith of 463 E. 49th." 8t., attached to Hook and Ladder Company 7 of the Fire Department at 217 E. 28th St., Manhattan, was Injured and his automobile wrecked today In a collision with a truck at the corner of Jay and Johnson Sts. The truck, owned by the Empire Carriers of 341 W. 38th St., Manhattan, was driven by Max Stitch of 290 Stanton St. Smith was driving east on Johnson St. and Stitch was going south on Jay St. The force of the crash drove the rear end of Smith's car up on the sidewalk. Smith was attended by Ambulance Surgeon Blier of the Cumberland Hospital. After being treated for lacerations of the chest and contusions of the left forearm, the victim was driven home. The driver of the truck was unhurt. PAWNBROKE&S SALE Obituaries MICHAEL J. MI'RPHT, who hid been employed by the Henld Tribune fnr 35 yairs, died on Wednesday it the Kmai County Hospital it the lie of 71. Mr. Murphy, who wn a resident of Brooklyn for 31 yean, lived it 221 45th Bt. Surrlrlnf ire his widow, Mirnret Murphy; i diuihter, Mrs. Miry Clemett, ind even sons. John, Cornelius, Michiel, James. Dennis, Walter ind Joseph Murphy. A solemn requiem miss will be held it St. Michaels R. C. Churrh on Monday it 10 m. Interment will be In Holy Cross Cemetery. MR. JUI.IA A. GI'rlftlN. 71. a resident of Brooklyn for over AO yeirs. died it the Adelphl Hospltil yesterdiy from pneumo- nii. Mrs. Ouerln. who wis worn In irelind lived it 1365 Union St. Surviving ire three diughters, Mrs. Mary A. Weiss ind Honora ind Helen Ouerln. A solemn requiem mm will be held it St. Gregorys R. C Church tomorrow at 10 I m. Interment will bt In Holy Cross Cemetery. W. KAPLAN. AOCT. 8ELl NOV. 22D. 1037 at 10 i m.. at Jit Bit 26th St., New York Cltv. Dodge Trurk Motor No. DT33548, sect. Joseph Banner Js Transportation Credit Corp. nSJ9-2t "h.'KAPUAN. AUCT.. BELLS NOV. 22D, 1937, at 11 a m., at 1419 Bergen St.. Brook-lyn Essex Sedan, Hudson Sedan, Franklin Sedan. Motor Noa. 1017756. 30991. 35-144450, .rrt Hirri Mil Ml. Jimei Foley. Eddie Destler. 1137.05 193.18 231 0 773 48 787. 26 387 65 85 SO 44 05 527 31 122 25 In C0cmoiimu BENNETT In sacred memory of MARTIN BENNETT, who died November 5, 1912, WIFE and DAUGHTER. FRATIES REGINA. tn sacred memory of our dearly beloved mother, who left ii; November 5. 1936. DAUGHTERS, GRANDCHILDREN. MULLER PETER. Died November 5, 1928. In memory of my devoted husband and our father. WIFE and CHILDREN. O'ROURKE In constant and loving memory of our Helen, who died November 5. 1933. Masses offered. The FAMILY. RANSOM KNOX In loving memory of my best friends, my beloved grandmother, MARGARET CLYDE RANSOM, November 5. 1906; our beloved aunt, HARRIET RANSOM KNOX, November 5, 1935. ETHEL MOLLENHAUER VAN VELSOR and FAMILY. WYNNE ANNE, beloved mother of Elizabeth. Died November 5, 1925. Always remembered. DAUGHTER. 3ht Ulrmnrtam We have j'utt published i booklet of "In Menioriam" Verses Yon may obtain a copy of this booklet, without charge, by calling in Ad Taker at MAin 4-6000. Events Tonight Annuel convention of the Brooklyn Christian Endeavor Union, which this year celebrites Hi 50th annlversiry. it Plymouth Church of the Pilgrims. Orinie ind Hicks St. The convention will close tomorrow. Two-diy bir.iir of the women s Society of the Calendoniin Hospital, which Is being held for the benefit of the hnipitil in the nurses' residence it 45 woodruff Ave., will close tomorrow nnht. Illustrated lecture on "Background of the American Dance," by John Martin, it the Acidemy nf Music, 8:15. Recltil by the Bsrrf rs-Brltt Concertino at the Academy of Music, 8:15. Dr. Mgxwell L. Backs will discuss the question. "Are You to Be Counted is Humsn Wreckage at 40?" at the Jewish Community Center of Flitbush, Avenue I ind K. 13tn HI., 1:19. Meetlnt of the Lidles Cilholle Benevo lent Association at the Hotel St. George. 8 The Rev. Dr. Sidney E. Goldstein will tilk on the subject. "Religion In a World of Crisis." at the Brooklyn Jewish Center, Eastern Parkwiy end New York Ave , 8 30. Meeting of the Flitbush Republican Club at 243) Church Ave, 8 30. Professor B, A. Oarslde. executive secre tary of the Associated China Colleges, will address an open forum it. the Bedford Rrinch Y. M. C. A., Bedford Ave. ind Monroe St. Open forum of the Rings County Chapter, Catholic War Veterins, in Room 1, Borough Hall, 8 Meeting of the Phllitelle Activity nf the Brooklyn Edison Club at 3R0 Pair! St . 5 30. Meeting of the Highland Park Civic Aunrletinn at. 1AO JemeicA Ave. I 10 Dr. Halvdin Kohn. Minister of Foreign Affairs of Norway, will be guest nf honor t i dinner to be tendered by the Norwegian American Chamber of Commerce at the Waldorf Astoria. Manhattan Brldgeman Post. V. F. W . will hold Its annual rail dance In the Livingston, 309 Schermerhorn St. The first name Is that of the debtor: KINfiR De Rienso, Btefano Stefano Bernardo Orinet. Joseph and Vivian United Loan Industrial Bank .. Hastings. Estner Veronica Daniel J. Denehv Jr Leshv, Lucia O.-James F Conwav Parrlnello. Jick Stindird Tile Co, Ine Perrt, Michsel ind Frmcesci Ooldson Co., Inc. Piccolo. Nlcolo Albert Toors Relchert Schsefer, Inc. Minn H. Latner Dennlstnn. Wilier A. and Rnyil F. Margiret Ks'sen Hint. Jacob-Msy Hint .. Mansfield. Divid Brooklyn Trust Co. tl ! C of N Y . Anthnnv Pelirln 4.180 10 Coulter, Chirles Aroer. Surety Co . N Y . 47.111.33 Leiser. Bernird Margaret O. A. Freeman .... 151.32 Sloie Ar Slote. Ine Elmer F. Andrews 4.358 08 Stern, Edward -Willum t. Wool-lird 187 8 Sherman, Irving The Morris Plan Co 53 85 Wlnaion. Herbert Heating and Plumbing Finance Corporation . 2211 53 QI'KFNft Antellere Anlhony and Jennie HOLC . II 878 87 Baker, Merle L O Jnen At Walsh. Ine 17.50 Clloeero, Andrew Calogero. Giovanni, known as Constantino. Glnvanna -Joseph Faleo . . 82 80 Crnfton, Nelle and Thomas HOUC 2 833.02 Edmunds. Piu M - Joseph Laroeque et ll . . 83 B Edmunds Wirren P --flime .. 83 85 Gold. Rose: Gold. Irving; Gold Bert Fred Bomhoff 39 00 Jamiira Bwlmming Pool. Ine B'ata Ta Commission SI 76 Kanal. Peter Trlnlte Coal Corn. 48 n Lavelle Emma C -HOI.C 1,303.43 Mever, Charles Morkaw Company, Ine 17W Power. George R : Power. Martha V Jamaica Trading Corp.. .. 1,458 t Bione. Anna Discount Servlca nS 19-2t H KAPLAN. AUCTIONEER. BELLS NOV. 22, 1937, at U a m., at 1418 Bergen St.. Brooklyn. Esseg Bedin Hudson Sedan, Franklin Sedin. Motor Nos. 1017758, 30991, 35-144450. account Harry Mini, ""f"?? Foley. Eddie Destler. fi5:1- H. KAPLANrAUCTIONEEn. SELLS NOV. 13 1937. al 9 a.m.. at 7S8 Wortman Ave , Brooklyn Chevrolet Coupe i wrecked i. Moior No. 48970. account Round . Vickery ind Commerelil Credit Corp ESTATE OF EH O IN I ROSENBATJM t. Auctioneer, i. Kelly. L. Feldhuhn, I. Kirschner, sell at 70 Bowery at a m.: No. a By order M Teltelbaum. Ine.. 1288 Broadway, diamonds, silverware, jewelry and second-hand watches pledged from 7095 of June 18 1938. to 10004 of Aug. 31. 1938; also 80974 of Feb. 8. 1933: 70393 of Jan 13, 1934: 95388 of Oct. 5. 1935: Est. Chas. Klcinbaum. 493 Grand St.. men and women s clothing, dry goods, shoes, etc . from 55518 of Jen. 28 1934. to 72104 of Dec. 31 1934: front 72105 of Jan 2. 1935. to 91819 of Dee. 31. 1935: from 1000 of Jin. 1, 1938, to 18930 of Oct. . 1938. n2-5t osu Not. 10 By order Newmsn As Rosen-bluth, 1655 Broidwiy. diimonda. silver-wire, lewelry, ind seennd-hind watches, pledged from 3334 of Feb. 18, 1938. to 19028 of Sept. 14. 1936. I. Oolden. 430 5th Ave., slmtlir pledges, musical instruments, cut lery, cameras, clocks, satchels, suit cases. shotguns, accordions, etc.. from 79958 of April 17. m.i2. to e.ns oi oet. to. mjo, ano all pledges held over. Nov. 11 By order Est. J. J Frlel. 1473 B'way. odds and ends. etc.. pledged from 1 Of Jan. 1. 1938, to 53900 Of Aug. 31, 1936, and all pladgis held over; also for 987 Mvrtle Ave , from 20216 of Sept, 11, 1935, to 22643 of Sept. 30, 1936. n4-6t osu Nov. 12 By order Est. Chas. Kleinbaum. 493 Grand St., diamonds, second-hind witches, Jewalry, etc. pledged from 2R454 o' June 11. 1932 to 37753 of Dec. 31. 1932: front 37754 of Jen. 3. 1933. to 54227 nf Dec. 30. 1933: from 54228 of Jsn. 2. 1934. to 72104 of Dec. 31. 1934: from 72105 nf Jan. 2. 1935. to 91817 nf Dee 30, 1935. from 1OO0 of Jin. 2, 1936, to 17072 of Oct. 12. 1936: nS-6t osu Harrr T. Vylc MORTUARY 192S Church Ave., Brooklyn if Oceaa ioanue ! Phone BUckmlnster 11-0174) ll-017 GARDEN C1TT. LONG ISLAND TeL Garden City 9817 LICENSES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT license No. R. L. 7377 Has been Issued to the undersigned to sell beer, wlnai and liquors at retail at 385 A-hns'on Ave., Brooklyn. Kings County, under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law, lor on premises gonsumpnnn ARLINGTON RESTAURANT RORA GRATZER 388 Arlington Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County n5-2i t FORECLOSURES H. KAPLAN. AUCTION ITER, BELLS NOV. 22. 1937. at 10 a m.. au31 East 26th St., New York City. Dodge Truck. Motor No DT33549. account Joseph Banner and Transportation Credit Corp. n5.19 H KAPLAN. AUCTIONEER. SELLS NOV. 6 1937. at 9 a m., at S04 Pacific St.. nmnHvn. fa Salle Sedan. Motor No. 415947. retaken from Michael Palma. LEGAL NOTICES SUPPLEMENTAL. File No. 5169 '37. THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW York, by the grace of God free and IndependentTo ANTHONY SHIELDS. ANNA SHIELDS, JAMES SHIELDS. MARY SHIELDS. DANIEL SHIELDS BRIOID SHIELDS. CATHERINE SHIELDS, MISS SARAH SHIELDS Send greeting. Whereas. PATRICK SHIELDS, who resides at 192 St. Mirka Avenue. Brooklyn. New York, has presented a petition for a decree that a certain Instrument in writing bearing the date the 26th day of November, 1932, relating to real and personal property, be duly proved as the last Will and Testsment of JAMES SHIELDS, luely residing at No. 192 St. Mark i Avenue. In the Borough of Brooklyn. City of New VArlr Now, therefore, you ana eicn oi you are hereby cited to show ciuse before our Sur-rogite s Court of the Couniy of Kings, to be held at the Hill of Records, In the County of Kings, on the 6th dig of December. 1937, at 9 30 o'clock In the forenoon, whv such decree should not be made. IN testimony whereof, we have caused the seal of our sstd Surrogate a Court to be hereunto affixed Witness. Hon. OEOROI ALBERT (Seal) WINOATE. Surrogate of our said Couniy. at ihe Borouah of Brooklyn, In the and County, the 4th dsv nf November. 1937, PERCY T 8TAPLFTON. Clerk of the Surrogate s Court. nS-4t f JACOB SHONOUT. INC. AUCTIONEERS 82 Bowery. N. Y. Sells It 9 A.M. Nov. 1Q. 1937 Hsrold M. Gill. 5305 5th Ave., diamonds. Jewelry, second - hand watches, from 95067 of Feb, 26. 1936, to 7421 of Oet. 8. 1936 nS-5t osu STORAGE NOTICE Core. 17 II TIDE TABLE (By the V B Cosst and Geodetic Survey) (Eastern Standard Time) NOVEMBER 5 l" High Water II 1 A.M. P.M. (I Sandy Hook . The Battery . Hell Gate N 8 35 a 51 I 9:13 9:38 I 11 01 11:25 l! NOVEMBER 8 ..!i'lo"!j. I .. 9:47 10 18 . .1 11:29 II 55 I low Water A.M. I P.M. 3 11 3 50 5 58 2 33 3 16 5 19 3 06 3 47 3 50 4 29 8 34 6 11 Appraisals KING DONOVAN JOHN Ornsa assets, I58.243: net, 853.825. To wife. Ellen Donovan, life Income from specific realty, household furnishings and affects and life Income from residuary estate. Chief assets, real estate, 89.000: morigiges. bonds, rish ind Insurance, $41,450: Jointly owned property, $7 749. FERRY. KATHERINE Orosl Issetl. $1,000: net. i deficit. LATtIS FRANK E. Gross issete. $24,703; net, $18 070. To wife. Florence A. Litus Chief assets, real estate. $10,000; itoeki nd bond. $11 592; mortgages, notes, cash and Insurance. $3,200. MALLON. J08EPH. Oroal ISMtl. $18 485: net, 817.282. To wife. Margaret Melon. Chief assets, real estate. 81 000; mortgages, notes, cash and Insurance, $3,500; Jointly owned property. $13,895. OI1KEN8 vovDRln ptt.t.a 3 Gross assels. 81?.- 240 net, $11,125 To hushand. Fred W. Koerher one-third residue: to children. Fred W. Koerber. Augusta Retkciek and Piuline Breldenhark. Outstanding holdings in real property. SUN RISES AND SETS I November 5 Rises 8.30 gets 4 41 November a Rises 6 .31 8tts 4 47 ASSIGNEE NOTICES "SUPREME COURT. KINGS COUNTY In the mailer of the general assignment tor thi benefit of creditors of PEARL 8ABEL. also known as PEARL DRIKBEN. Individually and doing business under the trade name ind style of BILL'S HAT PRODUCTS CO . issignor, to HERMAN W. FEDER. assignee riease take notice that the undersigned will sell at puhlie aurtion. throuih SCHIELD8 at OUTTERMAN. auctioneera. on Friday. November lath. 1937. at 10 30 a m . It 67 Spring Street. In the Borough of Manhattan. City ind Slate nf New Yerk, the iseti nf the above named assignor, consisting of merchandise, fixtures, etc. HERMAN W FEDER. Assignee ARTHUR I AHL. Esq . Atmrnev for As-elinee, 270 Broidwiy, New York city. SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, COUNTY OF KINGS-LEON MAYER. Plaintiff, against HUNGARIAN COMMERCIAL BANK OF PEST. Defendant TO THI ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT. HUNGARIAN COMMERCIAL BANK OF PEST: Tha foregoing summons Is served upon you by publication, pursuant to an order of Hon. Meier Sieinbrlnk. one nf the Justices of the Supreme Court of Ihe Stan of New York, dated the 4th day of Novembir. 1937. and ftlrd with the summons mo complilnt In the office: of the Clerk of the County of Kings, it the office of said Clerk In thi City of New York, on the 5th div of November, 1937. HYMAN I. FISCHBACH. Attorney for Plaintiff, 70 Fine Street. New York City SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, COUNTY Or KINOS- I.FON MAYER. Plllntlff, against HUNOARIAN COMMERCIAL BANK OP PERT, Defendant Plsintlft designate! Kings County is the plice of trill. Summons. To the above nsmed EJefendsnt YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to answer the complnnt. tn thts iction. ind to serve complilnt Is not served with this sum mens, tn serve i notice nf ippeannce on the Plaintiff's Attorney within twenty divs fter the service of this summons, exclusive of the dsy of service; ind In case of your failure to appear, or answer. Judgment wilt be taken against vnu hv default for the relief demanded in the complnnt. Dated, N. Y October St h. 1917 HYMAN I. FISCHBACH Attorney for Plaintiff. Office and Post Office Address. 70 Pine Street, New York Cltv. . n5-6t f DESIRES ADDRESSES KENWOOD STORAGE WAREHOUSE COMPANY 1150 EAST NEW YORK AVI., BROOKLYN. N. Y. FOR THE REASON THAT A PUBLIC SALE for warehousemen liens will be held at tha above premises on November 22nd. 1937 at 10:30 A. M. and whereas the ibove named warehouse has lint registered mail to tha following names at all known addresses which have been returned. Wa hava made personal calls 8' well it all previous and last addresses tn try tn local further Information about the following partlaa at Interest and after the most diligent efforts wa must now avail ourselves of advertising for any In-formitton we can secure Tha names at interest and all known addresses follow: Gertrude Zelch. 600 Eastern Pkway. Bklyn. and Edison Hotel. N. Y C : Miriam Binovsxy. cog ueorgia Ave., Bklyn, N. T.; Leo Harnlrk. 247 W. 27th St., N Y. C, c o Castle Dress; Frink B. Whltesell. 1113 E 34th St.. Bklyn. N. Y ; Herman Wiener, 5B3 Lincoln PI., tit Ryan. Bklyn . N. Y.; Hanky 7all. 267 Welkins St., e o Hoffman Bklvn. N. Y ; Finov Sinaar. 1003 Clarkaon Ave , c o Shiplro. Bklyn. N. Y ; H New-man. 661 Van Slclen Ave.. Bklyn, N Y.; A. Llcht, 1588 President St.. e o Oeller, Bklyn, N Y ; Louis Rubin. 352 Bristol St., Bklyn. N Y.; Philip Biarkman. c n 8lper, 1514 E 101 h St . Bklyn, N. T ; S Felstetn, 660 Empire Blvd . co Stlverstein Bklyn. N. Y.; Flora Sunshine, c e Zaslaw 1661 President Si . Bklyn, N Y ; Herrv R Starr. 100 Broadway. N Y C, 10th floo-. Sylvia B. Peters, 519 E. 49th Si . Bklyn N Y. o.'8 nt 5-3t FORECLOSURES SUPREME COURT, KINGS COUNTY MARTIN MULLER. HENRY HERDLING Hid OILBERT DARLINGTON. Is Trustees, etc. Plaintiffs, vs. GIOVANNI VIOLA and others. Defendants Pursuint to judgment nf foreclosure ind ssle entered In above entitled action, ditrd October 25. 1937. I will sell it public luc-tton, at Brooklyn Real Eatata Bteehantie, No. 169 Montaaua Street, Brooklyn, New York, on November 26th. 1937. at 12 o'clock noon, by NATHANIEL 8HUTER, auction, eer, the mortgaged premises by said Judgment directed to be sold and therein de scribed as follows; ALL that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, iimaie lying and being tn th 22nd Ward of the Borouch I lata Cltyl of Brooklyn, County of Kinira and State of New York, bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at. the ror-ner formed by the Intersection of the south side of 9th Street and the east side nf 2nd Avenue: running thenre east along tha south side of 9th Street 20 feet: thence south parallel with 2nd Avenue and pert of the distance through a psrty will 75 feet; thenca west parallel with the south side of 9th Street 20 feet to the east sine of 2nd Avenue, and thence north along the east side of 2nd Avenue 75 feet to the point or piece of beginning Said premises being known by the street number l'.'S 8th Street. TOGETHER with all the right, title and Interest of the mortgagor to onc-hilf tha width nf said 9th Sirect and 2rd Avenue lying In front of and adjoining said premises. Dated, November 4th 1937 IRVING 8 ZINKER. Referee PRTLIP SCHARP Plaintiffs' Attornev, 18 Court Street, Brooklyn, N. Y, n5-6t f m FORECLOSURES SUPREME COURT, KINGS COUNTY Ella E. Wenman, Plaintiff, against Cyril L. Kana et al., Defendants. Pursuant to Judgment of foreclosure end ssle, dated October 2R 1937, I will sell it public luctlon, hv CREWS SHAPIRO, luctlnneeri. at Brnoklvn Real Esiate Exchange. 168 Montague Street. Bronklvn. New York, on November 26. 1937. at 12 o clock noon, (he premises, with the Improvements thereon. In the Borough of Bronklvn. Cl'y of New York, sltua'ed on the southerly side nf Clifton Place. 192 feet 8 Inches east of the southeast corner of Clifton Place and Orand Avenue, being 18 feet wide front and rear end 100 feet In depth on both sides, lines running nsrallel with Grind Avenue and partly through party well November 4. 1937 BERNARD SCHWARTZ. ReleTce P.ORERT .! FAPRINGTON P;ln"ffs Aiiornev 18 Est 4Wt 8' reet. Msnhs'tan. Ntw York City, n5 10 11 17 19 34 NOTICE TO tOSTRACTOB DENERAL INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS ON WORK TO BE DONE FOR OR SLP. FLIES TO BE FURNISHED TO THE CJ.TY OF NEW YORK. The person or persons miking a bid for any serylea, work, materiaia or supplies for The City of New York or for any of Its departmenle. bureaus or offices, shall furnish the same In a sealed envelope. Indorsed with the title of the supplies, ms-tenals. work or service for which the bid Is made, with his or their nsms or mmes nd the date nf presentation to the President of the Board or to the haad of tha Department, at his or Us ollice, on or before tha data and hour named In the advertisement for the same, it which time nd plica the bids will be publicly opened by tha President of tha Board or head of sild Department ind read. a'id Ihe iwatd of the contract made according to lew as soon thereafter aa practicable. Each bid shall contain the name and place of residence of tha person makn:g the bid and the names of all persons interested with him therein, and If no o:her person ba so Interested It shall distinctly lisle thil fact, also that It la made w.th-out any ccmnectton with any other person making a bid for the same purpose, and is In all respects sir ind without eo.lus.nn or fraud, and that no member of the Rnird of Aldermen, head of department, chief of a bureau, deputy thereof or cleric therein, or other olficer or employee of The City of New York. Is, thill be 'or become Interested, directly or indirectly, as contracting party, partner, stockholder, surety or otherwise. In or In the perform-snre of the contract or In the supplies, aork or huslness to which It relates, or in anv portion of the profits thereof. Thi bid must be verified by tha oith In writing of tiie party or pirtles miking the b;d that the several matters stated therein are in all respens true. No bid shall ha considered unless, as a condition precedent to thg reception or consideration of such bid. It be accompanied by a certified check upon am of the State or National bsnks or trust companies of The City of New Ynrk. or a check of such bank or 'rust companv signed by a duly authorised officer thereof, drawn to the order of the Comptroller, or money or corporate stork or certificates of indebtedness of any nature Issued bv The City of New York, vhich the Comptroller fhsll f equal va.ue with the security requited In 'he advertisement to the amount of not less than three nor more thin five perrennim of the bond required, is provided In Section 420 of th Greater New York Chirter. All bids for supplies must be submitted in duplicate The certified check or money should not he Inclosed in the envelope containing the hid. but should be either Inclosed in a sepirate envelope addressed to the hed of the Department, President or Board or submitted personally upon tha presenti-tlon of Ihe bid ure sutomohiles ss more fullv set forth tn 1.. . . .i nl", j . cecum dec.ranon of easement ma'dl b, 'h ""Ji" '"'.1' r.'t" lV6 .7n"d'ulv V.: l-'.h0"': WW'-. -eh.d.He,. Plans, e.c. o th. ? Reader n thi 7ot m. .f Wlo..' I M U ,l ""x lh P"'"!'"'- llmViX of the Cotinty of Kings. Bo,r(, nr nepertment. SUPREME COURT COUNTY OF KINGS THE OREEN-WOOD CEMETERY Plaintiff, against REALTY ASSOCIATES, INC , et si Defendants Notice of Sale Pursuant to judgment eniered November 3, 1937. ihe undersigned referee will sell al public auction at the Brooklyn Real Estate Exchsnae, No. 189 Montague sireet Borough of Brooklyn. City nf New York, at 12 o'clock noon on November 2flth 19.17, hv O. V. McMAHON, Auctioneer, the mortgaged premises directed by said judgment to be sold, described therein as follows: ALL that certain lot. piece or perrel of Isnd situate, lying and being In the Borough of Brooklyn, County of Kines, City snd Rts'e of New' York, more psrllcularly bounded and described is follows' BEGINNING at a point on Ihe easterly side of East 37th Street, distent one hundred twenty-five feet U28'i southerly from the rorner formed hv the Inierseetlon nf Ihe southerly side of Fillmore Avenue with the essierly side nf Isst. 37th Street: running inenee easterly nsrsllel with Fillmore Ave- copy of your answer, or. it 'helDirtf w,, on, nMl. thenre southerly parsllel with East 37th S'reei eighteen feet H8 : thenre westerly stain narallel with Fillmore Avenue one hundred feet iino to Ihe easterly side of Essl 37th Sireet; thence northerly along the easterlv side of East 37th Street eighteen ret tiB't in the point or place of beginning Together with and auhlert fo easement of ingress and egress for persons snd pteas- TOGFTHER With all aopurtrnancea and eiaementa. ill buildings and Improvements now or hereafter ererled on the premises, and all fixtures and articles nf personal property, now or hereafter attached to or used tn connection with the premises, and leaether with all the right, line and Interest of the mortaeior of. in and to ill Btrets, ivenues roads or lanes fronting upon or adiarent to the ssid premises or any pirt thereof. Slid property will be sold subject to present lettings: declgratlnn of essement In Liher 4739 of Conveyances, psse 103 i No bid shall be iccepted from or contract awarded so any person who is In arrears to The City of New York upon debt m contract, or who Is a defaulter, as surety or otherwise, upon any obligation to the Citv. The contracts must he bid for separately. The rlnht 's reserved to each one to reect all bids If it is deemed to be for the In'erest of the City .o to do. B:dders will writs out the amount nf their bids In addition tn insartlng tne sime In figures. B'ddets sre requested to make their bids referred to ind repeated In subsequent tn- j upon the blank forms prepared and fur-struments and to covenants end restrlr- nished by the City, a copy of which, a.'.h tlong tn Liber 4746 of Conveyances, paae 1 the proper envelope in which to inclose tha 203. and 1n former Instruments of record bid. together with s copy of the contrsct.-, snd repeated snd referred to In subsequent ' including the specifirs lions. In the forip instruments snproved by the Corpora-'ton Course!, ran Dated New York November 5 15.17 I he ohteined upon snpllrallon 'h-retor i4 NATHAN TANENBAUM Referee the office of the nrsrtment for whirls WFYWOOD A- BENEDICT V(orrss for work 1s to he Hope or 'he r- air to Plaintiff. 43 Cedar 8'reet, New York Ci'v he furnished P ans snd drainji of con-D5-t ! tu (truction work mi; bi seen then.

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