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1 JAMAICA TURF NOTES T : e Friends of Moe Druck, popular devotee of racing, were saddened upon receipt of news of the death today of his sister, Mrs. Emma Williams, who had been in ill health for years. She was 60 years old and lived with her brother at 1222 Boston Road, Bronx, New York. She will be buried from the Riverside Chapel, Seventy-Sixth Street and Amsterdam Avenue, New York City, Sunday morning. The J. H. Louchheim stable in charge of Clarence Buxton arrived at Aqueduct. Fourteen head were in the lot. Frank J. Kearns transferred the division of the Calumet Stable which he has in his care from Maryland to Aqueduct., Terry Farley, custodian of the jockeys room, stated that jockeys were reporting slowly from different points. Trainer Bill Brennan of the Greentree Stable instructed jockey Earl Porter to report from Maryland as soon as possible. Phillip Kendall, who has horses here in charge of Pat Brady, was a visitor. Jimmy Mahoney with the horses owned by G. H. Brown and Bryce Wing arrived from Maryland. Only One, owned by the Howe Stable arrived to fulfill his engagement in the Pau-monok. He will be returned to Havre de Grace Monday. Fred Gailor was an arrival from Louisville, Ky., and reported to Frank Hackett of the Mrs. John Hertz stable. Al Burlen was on hand early to receive applications from jockeys for riding licenses. The Bahr gate was transferred from Belmont Park and was placed in position Friday morning.