The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York on September 10, 1949 · Page 2
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Men and Women of Brooklyn and Their Part in the News iff " h S' Brooklyn kids art doing everything possible to help in the fight against polio. The latest to do their bit are six-year-old Susan Kotlns of 203 E. 134 fit. and seven-year-old Rena Brown of 2037 K. 23d St. They hare been spending their time weaving pot holders and selling them to persona on the street. All of the proceeds go to the poll fond. graduated from Erasmus Hall High School. . a Y-ast v. t - l v y ( h 1 sW V F. - . x " ' . " ' I t . V... ,: . ..i.r A I Mrs. Carmella Roggflin, Mrs. A recent benefit garden party held at 1534 Shore Boulevard, netted $400 each to the Brooklyn Cancer Committee and the Israel Red Cross. Present when the checks were presented to the organizations were Mrs. Carmella Roggelin, R.N., of the Brooklyn Cancer Committee; Mrs. Elizabeth J. Flamm, garden party chairman; and Charles Rosenman, executive director of the Israel Red Cross. Elizabeth Yavassis of 280 Parkside Ave. will enter the New Jersey College for Women at Rutgers University Sept. 15. Pearl Greenberg, recently returned from Israel and Eu- rope will speak Sept. 18 at the Hotel St. George. She went over seas as the "Brooklyn Junior Hadassah Girl." Esther Fried Is chairman of the meeting. Joyce M. Eisner, 500 Ocean Ave.; Barbara Ann Groh, 1571 Marine Parkway; Elizabeth Held, 1549 Sterling Place; Joan M. Message, 173 Metropolitan Ave.; Judith Passoff, 2003 Ave nue J; Carolyn Stormer, 141 Joralemon St. and Esther T. Langstaff, 39 Garden Place will enter Mount Holyoke College, Sept. 27. SAVINGS WITH A CHALLENGE! os o manufacturer's : outltt store, we offer our Mattresses Quilts Pillows at considerable savings . . . prove it to yourself. We rtmodal roir M MatlrMiM, Quill and Plllowi lok Ilka ra hiit bought thtm. Bedding Manafactvrers Outlet 4304 12th ATt B'Ura, N. T. OPIN Thurt. 9-, T. W4. Frl. -. 1m4 St Op Sun. for jour coimnlenoo from I ANNOUNCEMENTS Is Peblie Notices end Commercial Notices A NiYINO ANT MAY BE A TZRMITC Complot Extermination; 5-jr. Gusranteo ATTENTION, PLASTERERS. MEMBERS OF LOCAL 30 Speolal lctioM lor 2 builnew MnU will b held tbU Saturday. Sapt. 10. from 9 a m. to p.m., at Tin. U..rinn.ri.ri KQ9 PultAfl St.. Brooklyn. Mut brlna union book to tot. Mayar Krucar, aaemary-iraaaurar CALL SAN FX to EXTERMINATE Bun, Roachaa, Aata, Watarbuaa, Rata, Mica. Low raft; 1-raar Ouarantaa, UU 1-1708 CHILDREN TUTORED AFTER SCHOOL; Elementary. Hub. Alto arraniemenU alow children. Lleamed Teacher. Reaaoa able. BUcamlnter 3-8543. I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE for any debta Incurred by any one other than myself. Stephen Lawrence, 84-42A Kew Oardena Road, Kew Oardeor, New xora I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE for debU Incurred dj any one omer man wju- Martin rincua, louv union ob., iuu lrn. I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE for debta incurred oy any one omer man my- aelf. William H. Taylor, Ml Bun m Brooklyn. INVESTIGATIONS. DAY OR NIOHT .w .uv T' T I f . VI V H" (J C I) IT ahi vrt.. " -' . i .mo, ... DYKER DETECTIVE BUREAU, BE. t-0ii LADIES IT WILL PAY YfctJ TO OBT acquainted with our outstanding raluea oi netier coau ana iuui iu itw Brooklyn atore; tare up to 301. WILLIAM FRISCH. INC., 10S6 Coney Island Ayo., near Poater Ae. RENOVATED HALL aallbla waddlnas. receptions, lodae meetings. Under new custodianship. Personal calla more con-Tlnelnt. Kedroa Masonic Kali, 6643 ISth Aye. tutorino. avrnlnis: hlh school stu dent chemistry, biology, physics, French, algebra; reeuils. U nouny NaTvuve 8-7363. WANT SOMEONE FOLLOWED? TNVESTIQATED? MeOrath'a Serrioa, LO. i-2828, AD. 4-2S13 Ic Lost end rwitl BANKBOOK Lost I No. 1737BB. If found return to bank. Any claims must be filed with n one week. Bushwlck say tnss Bank, 724 Orand St., Brooklyn, New York. BANKBOOK Lost ; No 9572. Eaat Brook lyn Savings Bi ment stopped. lyn Savings Bank. 1B22 Avenue U. Pay- rieaaw return to nana BANKBOOK Loat: No. 5092. Eaat Brook lyn Savinaa Bank. 1822 Avenue V Pay ment stoppea. rjeaaa return to oana BANKBOOK Loat: No. 34373. Eaat Brooklyn Savings Bank, 1833 Avenue U. Payment atopped. Pleaae return to bank. DOO Lost; Scotty, black brlndle, named Laddie; Sept. 1st, Vernon Ave. section. Reward. OLenmora 3-7W4. DOO Lost: black cocker spaniel, vlcln ity Ocean Ave-Klns Highway; rabies tea Wo 11113B: reward. E8. 7-8104 WRIaTWATCB Loat; Marvin, ladra. white aoM: yiclnltr Hotel St. Oeorge. 7th Ave. subway to Manhattan: senti- mantal; reward, wiaconsin 7-la7. t-t WRISTWATCH Lort: lady'a, told, anrall dlamonda; aentimental value; reward. Call SO. 1-8642. (50 REWARD Lady'a goid bracelet with latlnum diamond and aapphlre watch. Lost Sept. 8. vicinity Ebbeta rield. Plat-bush Ave. and Ocean Ave., Brooklyn. Return to R. E. Sklppon, A. R. Lea Co., 90 John St.. N. Y. BC 3-0380. 2 BROOKLYN EAGLE, SAT., SEPT. JO, 1949 , -A Elizabeth Flanim and Mrs. Charles Rosenman. Joan Rath Cahn Joan Rath Cahn of 43 Haw thorne St. has entered the Brooklyn Jewish Hospital World Tensions Affect Schools, Jansen Asserts The children who start their 1949-50 school year next Mon day do not differ greatly from children of the past, but in some respects, Superintendent of Schools William Janseritold a group of newry-appointea school teachers, "you are likely to find them different." Mass communication media of many kinds, from radio, tele vision and the movies to the picture tabloids and the comics, Dr. Jansen said, "have made our pupils , picture and sound minded. They are likely to, be impatient at times with the somewhat slower processes of extracting meaning and enjoy ment from the printed page." This, he added, constitutes a challenge which the schools must meet. The teacher today, according to Dr. Jansen, must be concerned with world-wide tensions and resulting fear and misunderstanding that affect all living, and they must do their teaching in the face of the fact that "the Ideals which we as a nation most cherish are in many parts of the world under open, vigorous and systematic attack." Conceding that the city's schools have become a "gigantic" project, he denied that they suffer from any "curse of bigness." "The notion that we must all become robots merely because our system is so large is one of those unpleasant myths woven out of the fantasies of those who have never taught in schools," he said. Dr. Jansen added that "Our job (as teachers) is the same as it ha3 always been to educate children into derent, alert, sensitive, loyal Americans. Held on Charge Of Fatal Stabbing Malachl Hook, 29, of 145-14 Shore Ave., Jamaica, waived examination yesterday before Magistrate Abner C. Surpless in Felony Court, Ridgewood.on a charge of homicide. Hook was held without bail for action of the ueens County Grand Jury. Detective Paul Schaible of the Jamaica Squad, alleged in a short affidavit that Hook fatally stabbed Joseph Carter, 35, of 144-23 Lakewood, Ave., Jamaica, July 8. Hook was ar rested Aug. 9 after police had sought him for a month. f , , . ' Rhea Bernstein. Standing Is Mrs. Rhea Bernstein, cochalnnan, School of Nursing. She was graduated from Erasmus Hall High School and attended the Lear School at Miami, Fla. Miss Cahn is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cahn. State Deputy Matthew F. Ken nedy, Knights of Columbus, has appointed the following Brook-lynites on State committees: Surrogate Francis D. McGarey, retreat; Assemblyman Joseph R. Corso, civic affairs, and Peter A. Daly, pilgrimage committee. Appointed district deputies were Frank Lynn, Christopher J. Fardy, George T. Taylor, Vincent P. Rayola and Thomas G. Provenzano. The Rev. Martin J. Burke of 961 Pacific St. has been appointed Society Superior of all Maryknoll Missioners in the Hawaiian Islands. He will begin his new duties later this year. Bernard Ralph Black, former dean of students at College of Emporia, Emporia, Kan., has been appointed assistant dean of the college. His home address is 525 Bedford Ave. Junior .Red Cross School Programs Due for Expansion Expansion of two International good-will projects and one local community service program will mark the Junior Red Cross program- In almost 350 Brooklyn schools, it was announced last night by Mrs. Boyd Squires, Brooklyn Red Cross J. R. C. chairman. "Increased participation in international art exchange and introduction of the international music exchange program to Junior Red Cross members in the city are two goals of the J. R. C. for the school year which begins next week," Mrs. Squires said. Only one school, Winthrop Junior High School, took part last year in the international art exchange program, through which the Junior Red Cross is encouraging students to depict in paintings and other art forms life in their various coun tries for the benefit of their schoolmates in other lands. The Winthrop students sent abroad a series of paintings showing typical Brooklyn scenes. The international music ex change, through which J. R. C choral and musical groups re cord American music and folk songs for exchange with similar groups in other countries, has not hitherto been a part of the J. R. C. work in New York City, but it ls hoped to evoke wide spread interest and participa tion In this project during the 1949-50 school year, Mrs. Squires said. Choirs to Present Special Program Members of the combined choirs of the Redemptorist Fathers parish, Our Lady of Perpetual Help R. C. Church, 59th St. and 5th Ave., will pre sent a special concert of sacred music during the 11 a.m. mass tomorrow In the upper church. The music will be under the supervision of Richard Schwende, master organist, with William Dt Carlo conducting the mixed chorus. The con cert will close the Summer sea son of the singing of motets by the mixed chorus. Soloists will be Thomas O'Don- nell, John Madsley, Joseph Qra- do, Theresa Sammut and Everett Baccl. Francis Flanagan, noted violinist, will be guest soloist. "GOIXO PLACES?" PHONB MON FRL4 A.MS P.M. MA. ,4-6200 FOR IDEAS Pvt. Rocco F. Call of 34 4th Place is catcher of the Burton wood Eagles baseball team at Burtonwood Field, England. John Barcheskl of the Bed ford Pattern Company, 22 Wyckoff St., has been elected secretary of the National Shoe Pattern Manufactutrers Asso ciation. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Gal lagher are honerymooning at Bermuda and left LaGuardia Field on a Pan-American World Airways Clipper. Mrs. Gallagher Ls the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor DePrez of Rochester, N. Y. Dr. Gallagher is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gallagher of 686 Franklin Ave. Dr. and Mrs. T. E. Gallagher Scholarship honors were awarded from Clark University, Worcester, Mass. to Charles D. Goodman, 154 Rugby Road; Jack Plncus, 1105 E. 19th St. and Wal ter Gordon, 2121 Foster Ave. Paul Goldlner of 39 Turner Place will enter the University of Michigan this Fall. He was Hilbert Heads Brooklyn Prep Fathers7 Guild C. J. Hilbert, for 25 years manager of the Coney Island office of the Consolidated Edi son Company, has been elected president of the Fathers' Guild of Brooklyn Prep, Supreme Court Justice William T. Pow ers, immediate past president, announced last night. Mr. Hilbert resides at 1815 E. 28th St. His son, Donald, is a senior at Brooklyn Prep, and a daughters, Judith, Is a student at St. Agnes Seminary. He is a member of the Coney Island Chamber of Commerce, Brooklyn Chamber of Com pany, Reserve Officers Associa tion, Consolidated Edison Post, American Legion; Veterans As sociation, 106th Infantry; Ca thedral Club, Electrical and Gas Association of New York Brooklyn Chtamber of Com merce, and the Point Breeze As sociation. To Take Over Monday Other officers of the Fathers Guild are Albert S. McGrover vice president; William Hen dricks, secretary and M. Gerard Rubin, treasurer. ; Members of the board of governors are Joseph Hart, Her bert A. Hultman and George C. Dagher, representing fathers of graduates; Edward R. Reilly, Theodore F. Schmidt and Anthony Faillace, senior class fathers: William Coffield, Raymond H. Wilson and Anthony McAllister, junior class fathers; George C. Driscoll, Paul Sullivan and Robert Healey, sopho more class fathers, and James Olornato, John Rooney and 223 M If Tee Site e TYDOL 'eel Oft Centred Wlrii Ut fer One Yeer. We Guarantee Year reel at Ne Higher Then Market Price I OUR PRESENT PRICE 2)910 Per Gal. HEATING SYSTEMS AND OIL BURNERS INSTALLED WfTH 3-YEAR GUARANTEE ON PARTS AND SERVICE PH 6 4., Pfc. David Diets Pfc. David L. Dietz, son of Mr. "and Mrs. Morris Dietz of 35 New Lots Ave. is at Keesler Field, Miss., as a student in the radio operators school there The course extends over 32 weeks during which the stu dents learn all sorts of radio operators technique. He will learn how to make weather re ports and acquire a working knowledge of radio sets Joseph V. Finizlo, 1950 66th St.; Charles J. McHugh, 412 Greenwood Ave.; Ralph A. Ab bondanza, 8723 23d Ave.; Vir ginla M. Donahue, 2117 Harmon St.; William L. Mercer, 8918 Shore Court and David Levy, 762 Snediker Ave. are enrolled in Pace College, 225 Broadway, Manhattan. Aviation Cadet Henry C. Rock of 1614 Emmer's Lane piled up 19 hours of flying time at Randolph Field, Texas. His instructor was Lt. Dennis W. Hill. Bertram Seckendorf of 445 E 5th St. has an entry in the movie divlHion of the photography section of the Ashe-ville, Festival of Art at AshevlIIe, X. C. His entry is entitled "Indian Summer," which won the Achievement Award in Home Mavles Magazine. ;iorton rhiiip seit of 424' Father and 2 Tots Burned as Fire Sweeps New Home Valley Stream, Sept. 10 Thomas Rogan and his two daughters, Betty Ann, aged 2,' and Susan, aged 4, received third-degree burns of the body early last night when fire of undetermined origin swept the five-room, one and a half-story bungalow at 59 East Chester St. which the family had acquired only a week and a half ago. After being rescued by policemen and firemen, the three were taken to the Nassau Hospital. Mineola, where Rogan and Betty Ann were reported to be In fair condition, and Susan in good condition. Sgt. Herman Maickel and Patrolman Anthony Orticelle of the 5th Precinct suffered smoke poisoning In rescuing Betty Ann whom they found crawling around on the kitchen floor. They were treated by a Fire Department rescue squad and went home. Two firemen also were made ill by smoke while fighting the flames. Damage to the house was considerable. James J. McCourt, freshman class fathers. The new officers will be Installed Monday at the school, Nostrand Ave. and Carroll St. At the same time they will greet the new headmaster, the Rev. Thomas M. Harvey. "GOIXG PLACES?" PHOXE MA. 4-6200 FDR IDEAS MON, FRI.-0 A. M-5 P.M. (HI SffEE) V UNION OFFICIALS VISIT CAPITAL A delegation from the Trode Union Council of the Liberal party, visited Washington, D. C, to discuss legislation requiring shipments of military supplies to the North American Pact nations. Left to right: Al Bernstein of the Seafarers Internatiotive John J. Rooney and Joseph M. Pomarlen Representative Walter A. Lynch, Representave John J. Rooney and Joseph M. Pomarlen of the Trade Union Council. Hawthorne St., a war veteran, is returning to the united States after completing post graduate studies at the Sor bonne and other European uni versities. He is due today on the b. s. vouendam. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Eisen have arrived in Brooklyn from abroad and are staying at the Hotel St. George. Mrs. Eisen is former president of the Brooklyn Convalescent Home. Richard Stutt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Stutt of 1395 Shore Parkway, was give na party at his home to mark his third birthday. Pvt. David . 5 9 0 Watkins St. ls at Lackland Field, San Antonio, Texas, getting training as a Kelngersky of flier. The field & Is the largest 1 oi us Kina in o. i. xoinconkr the world. He is the son of Mrs. Dora Keingersky. Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Feinbers: are vacationing at Marshall f Groundbreaking Set Tuesday For $669,884 School Addition Groundbreaking dates have been set by the Board of Education for two more new school projects the 40th and 41st In its program of having a minimum of 50 buildings either completed or under construction before the end of the year. With Mayor O'Dwyer scheduled to participate, ground will be broken on Tuesday at 2 p.m. for new Public School 171, 30th Ave. and 14th St., Long Island City, and on Wednesday at 11 a.m. for a new addition to Pub lic School 16, Wilson St. and Bedford Ave., it is announced by Charles J. Bensley, chair man of the board s Committee on Buildings and Sites. Representing an outlay of $2,644,672 for general construc tion and mechanical equipment, the two latest school improvements will provide ac commodations for 2,192 pupils. Both structures will feature the new-type classroom which measures 35 feet in length- seven feet longer than the former standard. The addition to Public School 16 will cost $669,884 for construction and will provide accommodations for 630 pupils, increasing the total capacity of the school to 1,702 pupil sta tions. It will be three stories high and constructed of red brick, with simple Gothic design. ffK to strv Eaior these excellent table wines produced from (rapes frown in Ctlifornit's famous. NsptVtllcy. ZMMNOfl AflUONf CfMKU SAvmNf MMf WlHi WINES C MoftaWvl A Sawt St MIwm Cflflfastta ft ay Creek, Pa. Mr. Feinberg is dep- uty chief attendant at the Kings County Court. Mary Laiiricella, 820 Avenge C; Rudolph V. Pelosl, 1457 73d St.; Joseph P. Romano, 1314 Ocean Parkway; Benjamin Stern, 1707 Park Place; John C. Lemminn Jr., 11 Slocum Place, and Sol Echental of 20 Hills Place are enrolled at Pace Col lege, 225 Broadway, Manhattan. A surprise 50th . wedding anniversary party was given Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Garcia of 1747 E. 2d St. by their daughter, Mrs. David G. Cath-cart of Kew Garden Hills. Mr. Garcia is a custodian for the Board of Education. Dr. and Mrs. AValter Llchter of 691 Nostrand Ave. announce the birth of a son, Mark, at Crown Heights Hospital. M. Z. Frank, correspondent, will speak on Israel Tuesday at a meeting of the ionist Organization of Boro Park at the Zlon Center, 1301 47th St. Leo Schloss, professor of ao The Rev. John M. Coleman, one of the two Brooklyn members of the Board of Education, will officiate at the borough ceremony. The new addition represents the fourth enlargement to be made at Public School 16 since the original building was erected in 1858 yers before the first shot was fired in the Civil War. The first addition was built in 1887, and this was followed by additions In 1918 and 1924. C. S. SMnSBAL'S WOTICt U. S. MARSHAL'S SALE By virtu or a Writ of Venditioni Kxponaa to ma directed and delivered; I will fell at public, auction on Tueaday. September 13th, 1949 at 13 -clock noon. Eastern JJ.ayltght Time, the at City Docke. at Hamilton Avenue S.rlM . 9To!yn. N. Y, . Docket wi aarea oeptemoer etn. l48. Mrtln.' Proctore for the Itiellant Kuruis T Smith TT 9 Maxahal. . t.. K. f . a'7-t oSu LB Br virtue to me directed and deliver lellvered I will sxnonaa tell at. public auction leptember 13th. 1948 at 13 o'clock on Tuenaav. noon, Eastern Paylle- ern TJavlla-ht arge "CHARLES' jer c t Cltv Dorks at Rami T rime, the :rldjre. Brooklyn. N. f , Docket 1-403 dated September 8th. 1949. 'oley Martin. Proctor for the ,i hell ant Eunna J. Hmlth IT a l venue Marshal. E. D.. N. T. a'7-t oSu TBADKMABK NOTMJB NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT Morria Meat Market. Inc. Ml-963 Blake, Avenue. Brooklyn. New TTork. has filed with the Secretary of the State of New York, and alao with the County Clerk of jCin County delicateaeen. meat and poultry product of all klnda. au25-ist oSu ASSIGNEB NOTICES SUPREME COURT. KINGS COUNTY In the matter of the teneral as-sirnment for the benefit of creditor! of MARQUERITI V E R D E ft OS uuina ouainem a." MALaJEtK SHUr. Aaaianor. to JOSEPH KRrSairV Aasiirnee. riease take nouce that the undersigned will sell at public auction, through ISIDORE UNGER, auction: ?riP Monday. September 13. 1949. at 10:30 a m., at 140S Avenue U. Borough of Brooklyn. City of New York, all aaaerjt nr th lultnn. .nn.i.tin. of Furniture. Mlrrora. Lamp, etc. JOSEPH KRlNSfcY. CHARLES MILLER. attoraeyn!for tAltrDAas 7(1 Qttn a V Y York City. al 10-3t SUPREME COURT. KINGS COUNTY In the Matter of the General Aa-ilnment for the Benefit of Creditors of Imperial Lamp Co.. Inc.. Axatanor. to Leonard Schwarti, Assignee. Pursuant to an order of this Court, notice ia nerehv ffivn that th aut of the above named assignor consist be sold at public auction, on ing oi marcnanaiae. Itxturea. etc.. will day September 21st. 1949. at 11:00 wednes- at ll:0f A .n.. on me (tie premises. No. 153 lie Hrmilrlvn V V remisea. No. 1530 Bed- iora Aven LEONARD SCHWARTZ. Assi .William J. gnee. . K urtlin Att'v for As- V V lignee. 3t .Court St. Broomyn. Joseph H. K oaenhliim. Aurtlnneer Court St Rrnnklvn. N. T Tsie- TRIangle 5-2073. sl0.20-2t UNITED STATES DIS1 YORK IN THE MATTER of NICHOLAS DI GIROLOMO. Jormrly doing buaineas as DARAL SPORTSWEAR CO.. Bankrupt. No. 48253. NOTICE MS'ISRS WI8TKK ut BAUC. Pursuant to aa order nf this Court notice is hereby ajven that the assets of the above namd bankrupt, consisting of machinery and equipment. will be sold at public auction, on THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 22nd. 1949. at. 11:00 A.M.. on the premises No. 51 Central Avenue, Brooklyn. New lork. jprm h. kam: HfcK.MAN Trustee. 391 ALE a. f f. A 71 New Tork A i. Brooklyn. N. Y Telephone: PReaident 4-4665! 10.J1- 'counting at Long Island University, is attending the conven-tion of the American Accounting Society at the University of Michigan. Lt. James V. Mascolo and Lt. Nathaniel Raskin of Brooklyn, have arrived at Clark Field, Texas, where they will be joined by their wives and children . . . Corp Gerard H. Buchanan, 2815 Mermaid Ave. is with the 31st Infantry at Sapporo, Jajan . . . Pvt. Robert's. Andruszkiewicz. 71 Freeman St. is witth the 24th Infantry at Kyushu, Japan . . . Also with the 24th is Pfc. John E. Maier, 1508 E. 5Gth St Pvt. Alford J. Cirone of Brooklyn is with the 17th Infantry at Honshu, Japan . , . Capt. Amerigo J. Che- rubi, 28 W. 9th St., who is at Sendai, Japan, will come to the United States soon to take his wife back to Japan . . . Marine Pfc. Thomas F. Keane, 311 6th Ave. is with the Fleet Marine Force of the 6th Task Fleet. TO MAR MT. WEST PT. NEWBURGfi,P'KEEP$IE BOAT IV W. 41 ST. PIER Dally S:M A.M. U.W.m It Plsr. :M. Blatae. & SATURDAY M0ONLI0NT SAIL $1.50. Lt.W. 42 St. Pitt IP JR. Huasaa Rlw Day Lias. IMW,42tt RR.I-S7M LICENSES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the undersigned to self beer, liquor LJCenaa RL-lOvfta haa hApn InailAri In ana wine si retail unaer me 'nhi Beverage Control Law at 1425 Rock-away Parkway. County of Kings. City of New York, for on-premlses consuls ption. 1425 Rockaway Parkway. B'klyn. S3-2t a STORAGE NOTICES O: MRS. G1RLENE AYERS, MR. Fred Booker. Mrs. Queen Boutin, i Mrs. Lewis Chadwick. Mrs. 1VI Mr. H 'renn.n Mr. Otha TlPlI Pit Vllror. a M .- aiacni tawarns. Mrs. Willie Fora. Mrs. Harriet Fulford. Mr John Gardens. Mrs. Edith Gorden. Mr. Floyd Grant. Mr. Eriut Hally. Mr. John Harris. Mr. Joshua Hayes. Mr. William James, Mrs. Irene Johnson. Mri Ethel Jones. Mrs. Helen Jones. Mrs. rtha Kearny. Mr. John McLean. Se Mr Chnrlf. Miller Mrv Mt.rr Moore, Mrs. Stella Moss, Mrs. G. Nel-sen. Mrs. L. C Nelson. Mr. J. N. Phil-Hps, Mrs. Bessie Rappaport. Mix. Gt-neva Robinson. Mr. Christian Sel- ert. Mrs. uernice Smith. Mrs. Julia Smith. Mrs. Chester J. Snrm. Mr. R. Turniansky. . Mr. C. Wells, Mrs. K, Williams ana Mrs. Alice wyene. you that the time for the payment of our lien uron the nrooertv hereinafter de a eacn or you are hereby notified scribed having- expired, after due no- such property, to wit: Toya. electrical equipment, phono records, furniture, household Roods of every description and articles too numerous to mention, stored by you or in your name or in which you claim an Interest, to ha sold at public auction according- to tlce nan heen ariven vnu wa will ran. Dl the atatute in such cases, made and rovlded at 352-S6 Claseon Avenue. Irooklyn, N. Y.. on the 22nd day of eDtember. 104A. at 10-30 a m nrl if the sale thereof ia not romnlptpti nn such date, the sale will be continued at the same place on every Thursday ai me same place on even thereafter beginning- at 10 CENTRAL "FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE u:3U a.m. 1 STORAGE S3-?: sa viio 1J. Oi. ll T - THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, by the Grace of G'd Free and IndVpendent. To JESSIB G. IXIUTTITTTA GROfNDWATER and NAN GROUNDWATER, and to 111 1 T una a run any and all unknown persons whose ia or parti pi wnose name ana place or places oi residen :nown, and cannot, after di uirv. he ascertained, distrlc dill lbu hefra at law and next ol Thomas Groundwater, and If any of the said distributees, heirs at law or next of kin of deceased, be dead, their legal representatives, their husbands or wives. If any, distributee! and successors In interest whose name andor places of residence and oat omce aaaresaea are unknown, END GREETING-" Whereas. ESTHER L. GROUNDWATER, who resides at 342 9thStreet. Brooklyn. New York City. N. Y.. has preaanted a petition praying for a de- tnai a certain instrument is c. relating to real and personal rty. .be duly proved as the Last and Testament of Thnmnl Groundwater., lately residing at No. 342 sth street, in . the Borough or Brooklyn. City of New Tork. NOW THEREFORE vail .nrl ..rh of you are hereby cited to show cause lefore our Surrogates Court of the bounty of Kings, to be held in Room o-A at the Hall of Rerorria In the Sounty of Klnga, on the 10th day of ctober. 1949. at f;3 o'clock in the forenoon, why such decree should not be made. IN ISST1MDSI WHERBXJF. W have caused the Seal of our said Surrogate's Court to be hereunto affixed. (Seal) WITNESSHon. FRANCIS D. McGAREY! Surrogate of our taid County, at the Borough of Brooklyn, in the said Countv the 23th day of August. 1949. , AAR6N U JACOBY. Clerk of the Surrogate's Court. S10-4C Se fOBECLUSCBES SUPREME COURT. KINGS COUNTY Gertrude Gurlan vs. Rom Hazlin Gunn. et al. Purausnt to Judgment dated September 2. 1949, I will sell at public auction by Fred G. Schaefer, auctioneer, at Brooklyn Real Estate Exchange. 189 Montague St.. Brooklyn, on September 29. 1949. at 12 noon, premlsee on Tax Map for Borough of Brooklyn, 8r. 21. Block 7105. Lot 110. aa said Tax Map was on April 21. 1943. WILLIAM J. CAHILL. Refere. S-etTbS 1

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