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Furneral Services for Judge Irving Lehman to Be Held Today; State Flag at Half-mast

Flags on all State building will(##) half-mast for 30 days in tribute to the late Chief (##)(##) Appeals, who died yesterday at his home in Port Cha(##)(##) by Gov. Thomas E. Dewey.

Funeral services for the late jurist, a (##)(##) 57 years and a leader in Jewish communal affairs, will be (##)(##) Perilman, associate rabbi of Temple Emays Bl, will (##)(##) family plet at Cypress Hills Cemetery.

Judge Lehman was born in New York on Jan. 28, 1876. (##)(##) and Babette Hewgess Lehman, His father, who had (##)(##) Montgemery, Ala., where he established a c(##)(##) as an Alabama Commissioner to supervise the walfare of (##)(##) and had remained here to live after his officail (##)(##)Irving Lehman was graduated from C(##)(##) 1896, A year Inter he (##)(##) year his law degree, In his fical year (##)(##) tational law. Colum(##), in 1927, and St. (##)(##) him the degree (##)(##) in 1936.

When Judge Lehman was elected Chief (##)(##) was Govermen of New York From (##)(##) history, had (##) at the bead of ite(##)(##)All his (##)(##) improvement of Jewish (##)(##) dant of the board of (##) of (##)(##) Jewish Dem(##) and (##)(##) Serwine (##)(##)

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