Extracted Article Text (OCR)
4 i OBITUARY 00 CO therDPlfromPike kU. Deports Ano Mount Laurel Township, N.J., July 10 (AP) The New Jersey Turnpike today cracked down again on a speeding diplomat. State troopers escorted a station wagon driven by an employe of the Netherlands consul general off the highway lor exceeding OTTO KOHN Otto Kohn, 77, of 345 E. 77th a retired architect, civil engineer and furniture designer, who fled from his native Czechoslovakia to Ecuador in 1939 after the Nazi occupation and who came to the U.S. in 1945, died yesterday in University Hospital.
Funeral services will be held at 12:30 P.M. today in the Riverside chapel, 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. the 60 m.p.h. limit Motor Moratorium MRS.
ALMA WOODWARD Funeral services for Mrs. Alma 81, who dreamed up many of the plots which the late Albert Payson Terhune turned into short stories, serials and books about dogs, will be held at 10 A.M. Monday at the Silleck Keech funeral home, 767 E. Post Road, Mamaroneck. Mrs.
Woodward wrote feature stories for 10 years for the old Evening World, where she became acquainted with Terhune. She possessed the imagination, he knew about dogs, could write and had good paying markets. For five years, Mrs. Woodward wrote plots, sold them to Terhune and the ideas were expanded by him into magazine serials and books. Mrs.
Woodward, who lived at 714 Stuart Mamaroneck, died Friday in United Hospital, Port Chester. asked Alofs to leave the highway. Alofs politely complied. The turnpike recently instituted the policy of escorting speeding diplomats off the highway on their second offense. The first offense brings a warning.
Diplomats cannot be prosecuted because of their diplomatic immunity. Ruark Buried in Spain Palamos, Spain, July 10 (AP) American author Robert C. Ruark was buried here today. A small group of friends and more than 200 inhabitants of this fishing village were present. Ruark, 49, died of an internal hemorrhage in a London hospital July 1.
car was clocked at 75 m.p.h. by car was clocked at 75 M.P.H. by a radar team near the Camden-Philadelphia interchange. He said the driver, Edward Alofs of Darien, was headed for Washington. Plates Not DLP State Trooper Raymond Sin-wich stopped the car, which bore Connecticut license plates, not diplomatic plates.
Alofs, according to the trooper's report, identified himself. The trooper in turn checked the turnpike's list of nations whose cars have previously speeded on the highway. Because this was at least the second inicident involving a Netherlands diplomat, Sinwich GO r2 Montecatini, Italy, July 10 (AP) A nine-day ban on all forms of motor traffic began in this Italian spa resort today to see how people react to quiet, no fumes and complete safety in the streets. The experiment, first, of its kind on this scale in this country, was organized by the Italian Automobile Club and the Montecatini Tourist Agency. Montecatini, between Pisa and Florence, has a population of 14,000.
About 1,200 vehicles a day will be affected. OIP COWER MRS. CAROLYN D. COATS Funeral services for Mrs. Carolyn D.
Coats, 49, assistant to the dean of admissions at Cornell University Medical College, will be held at 1 P.M. tomorrow in the Dimiceli Sons funeral home, 182 Lexington Ave. Mrs. Coats, who lived at 235 E. 50th died Friday in New York Hospital.
JOHN H. HAYES Private funeral services will be held for John H. Hayes, 75, chief administrator of Lenox Hill Hospital, former president of the American Hospital Association and for many years a leading spokesman for New York's voluntary hospitals. He died Friday in St. Barnabas Hospital.
His home was at 42-30 Douglaston Parkway, Douglaston, Queens. DR. EVERETT S. WALLIS Princeton, July 10 (AP) Dr. Everett S.
Wallis, 65, who played a leading role in the development of cortisone, died here cortisone compound is used in the treatment of a number of diseases, including leukemia, arthritis and gout. FREDERICK M. FAR WELL Baltimore, July 10 (AP) Frederick M. Farwell, 58, of Montrose, former vice president of marketing for the Radio Corp. of America, died yesterday in Johns Hopkins Hospital of complications following a neck operation.
EUGENE E- MURPHY Chicago, July 10 (UPI) Eugene E. Murphy, 62, board chairman of Brink's international operator of armored express trucks for money shipment, died yesterday at Suburban Cook County Tuberculosis Sanitarium. HARDWICK NEVIN Hardwick Nevin, 68, a poet and playwright of 432 Nod Hill Road, Wilton, died yesterday in Norwalk Hospital. with Double-Duty Turn-Over Headrests AT NO EXTRA i Death Notices Death, In Memoriam, Mass aai Acknowledgment Notices My be telephoned to THE KEWS by your funeral director to P.M. for the next Aty't piper.
Telephone calls on Saturday before 2 P.M. Phone MUrrey Hill 2-12J4 il A Still OS lOW OS For everyday turn I overheadreet to the front 7 St "When company comet, -likfc fw wilt5t' ML. A over headrest out of ADAMO Anthony. Repoimr Provensano- Lanza. 43 2nd until 9 A.M.
ARTKCHE Milaaros. Beloved wife of Zacaria. Dear mother of Matilde. Fer-min and Mary Porco. Repoaina at Ralph (iiordano Funeral Home.
1717 Croby Ave. Funeral Tuesday. Hich Mao St. Benedict's R. C.
Church. 10 A.M. Visiting houra 2-5 and7-10 P.M. ASSANTE Anna. Of 979 Richmond Road.
Staten Island. On July 8. Beloved wife ol the late Francesco. Devoted mother of Mm. Pasque Nitrro and the late Joseph and Frank Jr.
A-ante. 2 rrandrhildren. Knneral from Vinrinia Funeral Home. 18S Canil St Staten Island, on Monday. 9:30 A.M.
Mass St. SylveMer'n Churoh at 10 A.M. Interment St. Peter's Cemetery BATT A William A. Of S313 Eatche- ter Knad.
Bronx. Repoin Catle Hill Funeral Home. 151s Caatie Hill Ave. Konernl Tuesday. A.M.
Coneetta. Julv 9. 195. Be loved mother of Thomas. Paul.
Sslva-tore. Anirelo. Stella and Laura. Alo survived by K-randfhillnn. Reposinir at Castle Hill Funeral Home.
1528 Castle Hill Ave. Bronx. Funeral Tuelay. 9:30 A M. Interment St.
Raymonds Cemetery. Vimtirur hour 2-10 P.M. Ortiz Fwieral Home. Director Here's a new PLUS feature slip covers with permanently attacfiecf Turn-Over Headrests made of the same materia! as the slip cover! Protects your sofa and chairs from head marks, finger and hand prints! Your slip covers fast longer, look better, stay c'eaner. You'll spend less money for cleaning! Choose from 1965 decorator frabics: Moderns.
Traditionais, Contemporary Prints Solids, Nubs, Tweeds, Jacquards. You get meticulous tailoring PLUS superb workmanship. 20-POINT CUSTOM HEUPHGLSTERY Complete with Turn-Over Headrests CAIFA Mary (Carmela). Lovini mother of Minn. Michael Marie.
Sam. Ann. John and loving Bxandmother of nine grandchildren. Ruposinir at Chapel. 'J24 Flatlanda hlyn Fun-ral MaM.
Monday 9:45 A.f. at St. Thontas Auuina. Interment. St.
Charles Cemetery. Please omit flowers. CONVENIENT PAYMENTS ARRANGED va.v m.m-m -hi Eighth Ave. -Corner 35th St. A Mli il Phone MEIrose 5-5300 Tomorrow (Monday) from "If Chair 'and 1 cushion os low as Sofa I (3 cushions) a as low as $250 SACHS li New Jersey Mitchell 2-2036 'SHOP- Brooklyn (Opp Mays) 55? Fulton St.
Ss. Brooklyn 5th Ave. at 4th St. Uptown 2lst St. on 3rd Ave.
Hub-Bronx 150th St. on 3rd Ave. Fordham 2430 Grand Concourse Jamaica 1 66th St. Jamaica Ave. Hempstead, L.I.
250 Fulton Ave. Kewark, RM. 51 Market St. Finest service lowest cost 9 Modern funeral homes serving greater New York Bronx. Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens AT-HOME QUALITY Phone CY 5 0700 Oi Lanf Island Pioneer 2-1600 In Westchester SCarsdale 5-3456, or Write Now One of America's Leading Furniture Specialists Choice of 1945 fsbncs.
Ojr craftsmen will completely rebuild your ofs ar.i chairs. Use our "Shop-st-Homa" service. S5 OPEN EVERY EVENING 'Newark opee Wed. Fri. eves..
Clipped articles people have found on this page
Get access to Newspapers.com
- The largest online newspaper archive
- 300+ newspapers from the 1700's - 2000's
- Millions of additional pages added every month
Publisher Extra® Newspapers
- Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the Daily News
- Archives through last month
- Continually updated
About Daily News Archive
- Pages Available:
- Years Available: