Daily News from New York, New York on June 27, 1957 · 65
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Daily News from New York, New York · 65

New York, New York
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Thursday, June 27, 1957
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Reminder: Tofte Jf Easy, Live Longer TA PUTS 0F SPEEDUP lit ci r c 4. QUEENS CJ57arn FOR ROCK A WAY LINE The Transit Authority is going to give further thought to the idea of skipping rush-hour stops at Grant and Boyd Aves. and Hudson St. on the Rockaway IND subway line, instead of starting a trial period Monday. Chairman Charles L. Patter- son denied that protests had 1 prompted the decision. ,Woodha-j ven and other residents opposed; the move, designed cut the run-! ning time between . the Rocka-' ways and Times Square. j Rockaway residents asserted ; the step would clip 10 minutes off! the running time, while Patter-J son estimated the reduction at! three minutes. The three sta-j tions are also served by "A" trains running to Lefferts Blvd.! Bfintr RBiinfrii to Reail Antoinette llontirll: mllllona. beauty i rlllf mri day In 'I'HK MOWS.' Honor Gratis Get Awards The Maspeth Kiwanis Club will award $250 scholarships to eight Maspeth High School honor graduates at a luncheon today at Heyder'g Restaurant, 73-20 Grand Ave, The winners are Marjorv Masone, Marie Moks, Elliot G. Marcus, Barbara Silak, Virginia Serbent, Thomas F. Fay, Kenneth Par-chinski and Laurence J. Blum-berg. (SEW S foto by Jw Frriniston) John h. liapp (I.), chairman of the Queens Safety Council, and Borough President Lundy eye a new poster that they hope will persuade motorists to commit less hara-kiri. Fifth Hearing Set in Astoria School Tangle The P.nard of Education will meet at 4 :.") P.M. today to consider its proposal to reorganize PS 122 in Astoria from eight jrrades to six. The session at the Brooklyn lieadquarters. 1 10 Livingston St., will he the fifth public healing on the proposal. A decision has Wen delayed re-Jtated!y because of opposition by members of the school's Parent-Teacher Association. Under the plan, more than 100 ftudents would be transferred to Junior High Schools 12fi and 144. loth Astoria, in September. The present seventh-year classes will be permitted to remain until I Named Chairman sh'P committee of the Queens George J. Cunningham of 67-03. Chamber of Commerce yesterday. Alderton St., Forest Hills, was chamber president John T. Clancy named chairman of the member-i announced. ' Aft. arm I'M'. PADDING IN ALL CUSHIONS RECOVERED LIKE NEW!! 24-HOUR SERVICE FREE DELIVERY -PHONE TODAY or ANY DAY or NIGHT WA 9-0542 NU-MADE CO. nI'c"". graduation in June, is on Ditmars Blvd. The school Touring Europe - M fA it Carol Miners of 9-20 64th Koad, Forest Hills, sailed on liner Castle Felice for two months' tour of England, France, Holland, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Italy and well, guess that's alL KKSG33S SAVINGS ACCOUNTS INSURED UP TO $10,000 Open Friday Evenings 5 P. M. to 8 P. M. 1. 1. CITY I. I. CITY FOREST HILLS. 3 Convenient Offices X Main Office: 37-16 30th Ave.' 31-24 Ditmars Blvd. ... 105-44 64th Ave. FREE PARKING t wnmrJiA mrasiwa sawictos ft. IS UJ ' JUtAA Q00 Q0QO Q0906OQOO00

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