Daily News from New York, New York on October 23, 1957 · 89
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Daily News from New York, New York · 89

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i ' ' 1 H u n lAv- 'ft. 1 M i V I , t Vi LI L E roofelpn bitunrp Dasf Foot Forward cn Dig Jch r C rf y. p. ry: o rr : n s h i $ 1 i i? I I -3 X X ... US' 4 &s JOHN F. KENNY A Requiem Mass for John F. Kenny, 57, of 402 Marine Ave., will be offered at S:30 A.M. today at St. Patrick's Church, Doth Stand Fourth Ave. Kenny, an employe of the Department of Public Works, died Sunday. He leaves his wife, Helen; a brother, Charles; two sisters, Mrs. Kate Keane and Mary Kenny, a .niece and a nephew. Burial will be in Hazelton, "a. STEP, EED OR COFFEE TABLES $5 TAKES 10 TO TANGO! HOLLYWOOD HEAD30ARDS $ TO HOLD l)i YOUR HEAD ON DE BED 9x12 FELT BASE RUGS! $195 PRETTY PERKY PATTERNS! METAL CABINETS SAMPLES GREAT FOR HOARDING MONEY! ilnipinflnn ftgviiMaff Fold-Em-Up STROLLER $5 AND AWAY WE GO! Fix-em-YourseSf TV SETS MAKE HIM HAPPY! Box Spring or Mattress $5 FLOOR SAMPLES ODD BEDS $5 FOR ODD RELATIONS SAMPLES USED 9x12 RUGS WOOLS RAYONS 75 SAMPLES, USED PLATFORM ROCKERS WHY BE OFF YOUR ROCKER? Buy one and sit FLOOR SAMPLES 72 5 PIECE CHROME DINETTE SETS WHEN DO WE EAT? SAMPLES. USED 3 PC. LIVING ROOM SUITES S3 THEY'VE LIVED $ A LITTLE USED. RECOND. 3 PIECE BEDROOM SUITES PUT OUT $ THOSE LIGHTS USE. REtOND. ODD BUFFETS LONG TIME NO TEA! SAMPLES, USED 12 F1X-EM-YOURSELF WASHING MACHINES FOR WASH-EM-YOURSELF-FIENOS! 25 FAMOUS MAKE REFRIGERATORS BABY, IT'S COLD INSIDE! M' CU. 1L MICHAEL Ll'ISI A Requiem Mass fur Michael Luisi of 407 Humboldt St., who died Monday at 101, will be held at 9:30 A.M. in St. Francis of Paola Church, Conselyea St. and Humboldt Ave. Ilis remains are at the Greenpoint Chapel, 78 Kintrsland Ave. and burial will be in St. John's Cemetery. He is survived by two sons, Charles and Vincent, who is in Italy; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Matiro, and ; 20 grandchildren. DR. PAUL PYBL'RX A Requiem Mass for Dr. Paul F. Pyburn, i0, was offered yesterday in the chapel of St. Anthony's Hospital, 89-15 Woodhaven Blvd., Woodhaven. Dr. Pyburn, who practiced in the Bedford area for about 40 years before his retirement, was a native Brooklynite. He died Friday at the hospital, where he had been living. He was; a graduate of Bellevue Medical j School. He leaves a son, Paul Jr., four grandchildren and seven: great-grandchildren. Burial was; in Holy Cross Cemetery. HERBERT LOSEE j Presbyterian services for Herbert Lesee, 72, retired broker and , former Park Slope resident, will be held at 8 P. M. today at the1 Campbell Funeral Home, 81st St. and Madison Ave., Manhattan. He died Sunday at his home on Feeks Lane, Locust Valley, L. I. He leaves his wife, Violet; a son, Herbert; a daughter, Mrs. Dorothea Higgins; a brother, Alanson, and six grandchildren. Burial will be in Green-Wood Cemetery. MRS. ROBERT .MAHLER Services for Mrs. Doris J. Mahler, 28, of 1654 E. 55th St., will be held at 8 P.M. today at the Moadinger Funeral Parlors, 1120 Flatbush Ave. A native of Brooklyn, she died Sunday in Brooklyn Jewish Hospital. She was a member of the Kings Highway Methodist Church, E. 37th St. and Kings Highway. She leaves her husband, Robert W. Mahler; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kerschbaum, and two brothers, Walter E. and Robert N. Kerschbaum. Burial will be tomorrow in Pinelawn National Cemetery. &. .....t ....,...........-' f - - - - - ' ' i I ft' 1 , ' f 5 - 1 Mrs. Robert Wagner gets helping foot from His Honor and Borough President Cashmore as she starts digging on site of new $400,000 residence for medical stafT and nurses of Hebrew Home and Hospital for the Aged, Howard and Dumont Aves. Others (I. to r.) are Jack Alpert. chairman of the building committee, and nurses Ellen Luchini and Mary Burke. Home plans $3,."00,0;!0 expansion program. Back-Seat Gunmen Throtties a Payroll His face masked by a handkerchief, a runty gunman stole an auto ride with two warehouse employes yesterday and pocketed a $500 payroll near the Red Hook waterfront. "Hold it!" he told Henry 1 Abramson, 50, a bookkeeper, and Biagio Ferrauilo, 24, driver of the car, as it pulled up to a stop sign four blocks from the Bowne-Morton Stores, 600 Smith St., where they work. Then the thug hopped into the rear seat. Leveling the pistol at Fer-rauilo's head, he ordered the driver to Van Brunt and Sullivan Sts. Then he turned the gun on Abramson and asked for the money just drawn from the Chase Manhattan Bank in down town Manhattan. Abramson hesitated, but forked it over when the gunman made a menacing gesture. The thug got out and told them to "move on." Police iof the Union St. station sent sjx cars to the scene, but found ho trace of the robber. Singer S-' Heads Baptist Children's Horns Folk At Library Arun F o x m a n, Montreal-born folk singer and guitarist, will make his first appearance at the Brooklyn Public Library's Flatbush branch. Linden Blvd. near Flatbush Ave.,-at 8 tonight. This program and two otheri by Foxman at other branches later in) the season will be open to the public. Zionism's 60fh To Be Marke RECOND. mm: OPEN AN ACCOUNT EASY TERMS ON SALE WHILE THEY LAST 84 MYRTLE AVENIIF OPEN'TIL 9:30 p.m. CORNER LAWRENCE ST.. BROOKLYN IN THE hEART OF DOWNTOWN B'KLVN'S NEW CIVIC CENTER JOHN W. MURPHY A Requiem Mass for John W. Murphy, retired shipping executive of 417 72d St., will be offered at 9:30 A. M. today in Our Lady of Angels Church, Fourth Ave. and 73d St. Murphy died Sunday. He formerly was connected with the Texas Transport and Terminal Co., the Moore Mc-Cormick Line and the Bank Lines. A native of Brooklyn, he served with the Army in World War I. He leaves his wife, Gertrude: two brothers. City Councilman James J. Murphy and Charles E. Murphy, and three sisters, Mrs. Christine Charlwood, Mrs. Marie Fischer and Mrs. Helene Oehne. Burial will be in Pinelawn National Cemetery. The 60th anniversary of Zionism will be observed at 8:30 P. M. today at the Brooklvn Jewish Alfred A. Lohne, secretary ofiCenter 667 Eastern Parkway. the board of trustees, Queen J n.T As7eJ? T.a? Zionist Rntit riA k i , ! District No. 14, Zionist Orgamza-Baptist Church, has been elected tion of America, sponsor the pro-president of the board of directors! gram, at which jrax Ballas, a of the Baptist Children's Home of district leader, will he honored. Long Island, 2300 Ocean Ave. He;brah.am Kedelheim, administra-d,.j xi mi i-i ,;tive vice president of the national succeeds Herman Otto Klug of organization, will be tfce principal tiaiiictiea nauL si i.nurrn. isnpaLor ' 15 Students ct St. Francis In University Who's Who Connell Boyle of 1818 Madison Place, Student Council president of St. Francis College, was named to Who's Who Death Notices MATTHEWS Harry F. Of 1!K!A 13th St. Monday. Oct. . 157. KeloveU hns-b;imi of Calhertne nee Boylani. I.ov-inic father- of Harry J.. brother of Ger-trittl3 N;el4el ami Eleanor Karseboom. Also 6ilryivel by one KrandcluM. Rc-Jio-iinir Lynam Funeral Hiime. Fourth Ave., corner 13th St. Solemn Reulllem Maiw. Thursday, 10 A. M.. Holy Family Church. Death and In Memoriarn Notices, Masses and Acknowledgments may be telephoned to THE NEWS by your funeral director mny time up to i P M. for insertion in tbt next iay'i piper. For Sunday's paper, botteier, calls must be made by t P. M. Friday. Phone MA 4-6209. Workshop Set In Bike Safety in American Universities and Colleees, with 14 other stu dents, it was announced. Others were Joseph Crivelli, 425 ; oUd St.; 1'aul Dolan. 408 Sackett i St.; Peter F. Gay, 902 Union St.;! Jonathan Greene. 469 54th St.: Charles j Haas, 7200 Ridge Blvd.;i Guy Mastrion, 560 Wythe Ave.;J jonn n. ivicarcny, izt oist at; The Brooklyn Junior Chamber Daniel Riordan, 305 Beach 90th of Commerce will hold a bicycle St.; Herbert Ryan, 67 93d St., and safety workshop from 10 A.M. to Ronald Zammitt, 525 51th St., all'l P.M. Saturday at the PS 2 IS Brooklyn. ! playground, Snyder Ave. and Ver- Also Frank D'Ambra, 75-32 onica Place. 60th Lane, Glendale; Robert K.j All youngster yeho attend will Morsut, 220-15 Davenport Ave., get safety reflector strips free Queens Village; John J. Reilly, for the rear of their bikes. The 135-10 230th St., Laurelton, and j strips can be picked up by the Richard Salmon, 38-23 55th St., lights of a car a quarter-mile Woodside, all Queens. 'away.

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