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6 A Saturday, January 14, 1995 Gannett Suburban Newspapers MV YK Mary Genevra Harris; former substitute teacher Marguerite M. Cowles Habbick: homemaker Leon J. Andrus; retired company vice president tions. She was married to Walter L. Harris.
Mrs. Harris had been employed by the Mount Vernon Board of Education as a substitute teacher. She is survived by a son, Byron Harris of the Bronx; a daughter, Brenda Harris of Anderson; and a brother, Raymond Falker of Anderson. Her husband died in 1965. Rozelle-Johnson Funeral Serv-' ice in Anderson is in charge of.
arrangements. Mary Genevra Harris, a former Mount Vernon resident, died Thursday at her home in Anderson, Ind. She was 72. Mrs. Harris was tram in New Mexico and was raised in Anderson.
She attended Howard University and graduated from Anderson College in Anderson. She lived in Mount Vernon from 1957 to 1971, when she returned to Anderson. Mrs. Harris was a member of the Congregational Church in Mount Vernon, where she served as a deacon. She also had been active in school organiza Marguerite M.
Cowles Hab-birk, a former Yonkers resident and a homemaker, died yesterday at the Hale Hospital in Haverhill, Mass. She was 80 and a resident of Haverhill. Mrs. Habbick was born April 29, 1914, in White Plains to Harry and Sarah Early Cowles. She graduated from the High School of Commerce in Yonkers.
She married Robert W. Habbick Sr. After his death in I960, Mrs. Habbick moved from Yonkers to upstate New York. She moved to Massachusetts a couple of years ago.
Mrs. Habbick was a former board member of the New York Heart Association and a recipient of its Volunteer Award. She enjoyed oil painting, reading, entertaining and traveling, her family said. She is survived by a daughter, Jeanne Kotiadis of Trumbull. a son, Robert Habbick of Atkinson, N.H.; a brother, Eugene Cowles of New York City; seven grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren.
Dole, Childs and Shaw Funeral Home in Haverhill is handling the arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to the Advent Christian Church, 108 Winter Haverhill, Mass. 01830. named "vice president of sales and marketing. He worked for Marathon for 40 years.
He retired ty 1993. Mr. Andrus was a parishioner of St Jerome Catholic Church in Waco. He was a fourth-degree member of the Knights of Columbus, also in Waco. In addition to his wife, he is survived by two sons, David L.
Andrus of Boulder, and Leon F. Andrus of Bedford, Texas; a sister, Catherine Zevola of Amsterdam, N.Y.; and six grandchildren. Wilkirson-Hatch Funeral Home in Waco ia handling the arrangements. Family and friends are making contributions in his memory to Scott and White Hospital, Prostate Cancer Research, 2401 S. 31st St, Temple, Texas 76503.
Leon Joseph Andrus, a former Tarrytown resident, died Tuesday at Scott and White Hospital in Temple, Texas. He was 65. He was born Oct. 25, 1929, in Tarrytown to Leon Horace and Cathryn Joyce Andrus. He attended schools there.
Mr. Andrus served in the Navy during the Korean War. On June 22, 1952, he and Carol Hardy were married in Los Angeles. Mr. Andrus graduated from Westchester Community College in White Plains.
He was employed at Marathon Battery Co. in White Plains from 1953 until his retirement He was named manager of distributor sales in 1964. Mr. Andrus was transferred to Waco, Texas, in 1972. In 1974, he was promoted to manager of aviation marketing.
Later, he was George Siegel; Mount Vernon resident George Siegel, a Mount Ver- Vernon. net 'non resident, died of a Heart Albert S. Feiningers retired sales supervisor attack Wednesday at Mount Vernon Hospital. He was 53. He was born Feb.
22, 1941, in Yonkers to William J. and Catherine Marron Siegel. He attended Yonkers schools, graduating from Saunders Trades and Technical 'High School. He moved to Mount Vernon about 20 years ago. Mr.
Siegel was a member of Sacred Heart Church in Mount Michael Pantoja: Yonkers resident I 1 1 1 I I 4 I ftl 1 1 I1, ft 11 1 1 II I I i I I I I I Michael Pantoja, a Yonkers resident, died yesterday at St. Joseph's Hospital MedicaL Center in Yonkers after a one-car accident on the Saw Mill River Parkway in Yonkers. He was 23. He was born Sept. 16, 1971, to Miguel and Maria Soto De Los Angeles Pantoja in the Bronx.
When he was 5 years old, his fomily moved to Yonkers. He attended Emerson Elementary School and Gorton High School. Jie graduated from Roosevelt Witmer C. Williams: artist Tarrytown resident town. Her husband died in 1969.
She is survived by daughter, Joan Bemabo of Dublin, Ohio; a son, Matthew Kelly of Thom wood; right grandchildren; and six greatgrandchildren. Two sons, James and William Kelly, died earlier. Coffey Funeral Home in Tarry-town is handling the arrangements. veteran of World Ww II, Army Stonil Corps, A graduate of Southam Method kt Univwsitv If4f, Askalanl Daan and amptayad many years as Dtrackr at Coopwatfva EducaRon, CoRaaa of Eke-trtcai CnglnearinE Southam MadRwdlst Univarsity, retired In lfIX Survivors kv-duda daughters; Edt Buttock at Dallas, Usa Simmons. Sister Jana Gordon of Crtlt; broth Soso Murphy, CrtA, -X moth AReo Sehmrtlng, Flo.
Formerly of Armor, NY; and 4 wand- ciwanvie uunmauPTO mar nwi ro Southern Methodlit Schetorshlp Raid. Memorial Services ware hold Jan. 4fli, IffS at Sklllmon Avenue Church at Christ in Dalles, Toxas. SPORZA, vatadtao F. an January IffS.
RaposklR at MC MAHON, LYON HARTNETT FUNERAL HOME. 41 Mamaroneck Ave, WhNa Plains. Vhit-ino Sunday 7-fPM Monday 3-4X7-fPM. Maw at Christian Burial Tuesday 11AM Sacred Heart Chun. Interment Gate of Hoovon Cmteteot WELSH, Rahart Fanert a previous ras-kknt of Westchester County, NY, resident at VIHoot ot GoV, FL, Donat, VT.
Co-tourxter form preiident at Capitol Mercury Shirt Core. Hutaond rt Gloria M. Welsh, teth ot John Walsh, Cynthia Gabon, Marilyn Nolan, Kathleen O'Brian Marcia Martin. Graiv teth of If, areat-orandtah at bfvttMT of Dorothy RuhoIL In Nou of flows. cpnfrltwtHwi lo Ritlno Soociot Isis of Boston, lot Chartes Rlv Plaza, Cambridae SI, Boston, MA 2114.
would bo opprodotedL -Funwal Mass Tuts-dav, January 17, ISAM rt SI. Mary's R.C Church, ITS GraanwMi Ave, Greenwich, CT. Entombmanl Gate a I Haaven Cemetery. Reposbw at Rw BALLARD-DURAND FUNERAL HOME, INC, 1 Maple Ave. White Ptabw, NY, Monday WBmw at Scarsdale, NY, January IX IffS.
Hustand of Randy Swanson Williams. FaHiw ot Janet SeoenteR and Clark WkSams. Broth of DoroHwa Butwktos, Margaret Bums and the late Burton WWtoms. Also survived by tour grandchildren. Frtends tnyy caH at the BENNETT FUNERAL HOME, 134' Scarsdale Ave, Scarsdale, NY, Sunday, 34 and 7-f PA Manorial Servlet to be haw at St.
John's LuRwran Church, Stamford, CT, Monday, 11 AM. Contributions In hk memory may bo mad to Rw Amarican Diabates Association. IN MEMORIAL Happy Anrtvarsary In Haavan. Gone but not toraottea Your husband Jbn im ion Bob KBAWECKL Rkhard THetnr' In Loving Memory On Your 1lh Anniversary In Haaven You wRIRve In our hearts torevw. We tove you and mka you always.
Rem AH Of Us, Mom Cortuod Love you. MEADE, I HAPPY BIRTHDAY MOM As Aimak kaap Htar watch ub Rwra, Pkaa, God, lust kt tar know That we, down bora, do not target, We tout and mkavousoi CARD OF THANKS V. The family of Mildred V. Martov would Nice to oxtond Itakr sincere appreciation tor flirtr many ads at kind oxntewtoni extended to Rwm durtno Rwir ho ot taraovomont. Fannie Kelly: lifetime Fannie Kelly, a lifetime Tarry-town resident died Thursday at Tarrytown Hall Nursing Home.
She was 91. She was bom Aug. 19, 1903, to James and Mary Margaret Quigley Martin. She attended Tarrytown schools. In October 1922, she and Matthew Kelly were married in Tarry FINNIC, Jam W.
71 dtod Thiir. In Graanwich. Furwrai Sarvkws wtfl bo hold Tue. at in The First Presbyterian Church, 10 Leteyette PL Pn JA lAteeMg udH -A ufvinwiui, Rnmnn wm mow hip nam CMtwtary. Friends may call rt Ihe FRED Dl KNAPP SON FUNERAL HOME, 347 Greenwich Ave, Greenwich Rom S-fpm on Mon.
Memorial eontrt-buttons may ha made at the First Pras-. bytertan Church Graanwich. HOLMAN, Fred Rapostno, BARNEY T. MC CLANAHAN FUNERAL HOME 30 WHhrop Avenue New RocMla. Service.
Tuas. at HAM. Chapai. Interment, Femdiff Cemetery. KELLY, Fannie on Jan IX IffS, of T-rytown, NY.
Brtoved moth of June Bemabo and Matthew M. KoHy. Also survived by I andchHdrin 4 great wandchltdrca Services Tims, Jon 17 at rt COFFEY FUNERAL HOME, fl N. Broaduray, Tarrytown, ajw PIT, RlRllteni oKwPlr rlQBOVe LKlIKantr Friends may cak Monday 3-4 7-fPM. KNOWLES, Cflftoa On January IX IffS, Beloved husband of Beatrice, De taflwr at Timothy Oouotes.
do son at Garlrudt Knowtes, broth of Samba Cunrtngham Eunleo Cusak, Claurt a I ia I a rnya jowpiit NBmBnwi wvnmBTon Knowlis. 3 ond-douflhters. Roposkig at Iht Star of Bethlehem, 14R Spring SI, Ossining Tuesday, 11am Funwal s-vice lpm at Rw Church. Arrangemank by ANORE F. BAKER, Fit.
LEAF, Lauke (a ae SartM Brtoved wife of Martin, devoted moth of More Or. Janlter Jatg and CHtt. Chorishod daughter of Mona Sartdn, dew sister of Dr. Elaine Jafte. Levins wwKtnothw of Wiliam John and Con-slance.
Services 10am Sunday Jan IS at RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 31 West Broad SI, Ml. vamon. MATTE, Natal (nee Wtoikff) el Yon- kars, on Thursday, January IX IffS, Bolovod wile of the late Arthur j. Matte. Sr.
Loving moth of Goorge Matte and Rw late Arthur J. Matte, Jr. Also sw- vtvod by seven andchHdrn and seven great wandchUdria Repoekio at WHALEN BALL FUNERAL HOME INC, 140 Park Ave, (earn at Gten-wood). Mass at Christian Burial in St. Casknir's Church on Tuesday, January 17, at 10 AM.
Interment, St. Mary's Cemetery. VkRkig hours. Sumtav and Monday, 3-4 and 7-fPJM. NUTSON, Evelyn of Yorktown, on Jan 12, IffS.
Wtte of the late L. Lawrence Nulson. MoRwr ol Jeffrey L. Lawrence Nutsoa Jr. and Joanne Pick.
Sister of Arthur Schaad. GrandmoHwr of nkw. Raposlna, Sat Sun, 2-4 7-fpm Ot CLARK FUNERAL HOME, Yorktown mights. Mass, Mon, 11am- SI. Elizabeth Aim Salon Church, Shrub Ook.
hi- 4mim4 AAA PamxMm, WnWRf NOW UfiNIInri raBSWiB" oo-Hudion, Tuesday. E. of Mohopac N.Y, on 112fi WHO ot Chartes E. Sammk. Moth of Chartes, Ethel Middleton and Carol HotRnaikL Sistor of Edward Sdiort and Georgiarmo Dry.
Grand-moth of I graat grandmoth of ia VkRIna Sun 3-4 and 7-f- pm at JOSEPH SMITH FUNERAL HOME, 141 Rt Mahopac. Funwal Sendee Monday 10 am Trinity Luthwan Church, rial Park. In leu of flowors, contribution may be made to Trinity Luthwan Church, Rta 4. Brewster, N.Y. lOSOf or to tho Lukcmla Sodrty ot Amorica, 3S Orchard SI, White Plains, N.Y.
10M SCHMMJNG, Gam PNGe dtod suddenly at hk tame In DaRas, Texas, Dec. IX iff! at the eg of 71. He attendant Armor Etamontary School, wad-uato of PteosartviHo Htoh School. A Witmer C. Williams, an artist who lived in Scarsdale, died Thursday at Montefiore Hospital ia the Bronx.
He was 77. was born July 31, 1917, in a Grange, 111., to Thomas and rta Witmer Williams. In 1941, Mr. Williams graduat-ed from Pratt Institute of Art in 1 Jjfew York City. From 1943 to 1946, Mr.
Wil-Ctuuns served in the Army Air $rps. He attained the rank of fargeant. On Nov. 14, 1942, he and Randy Anna Swanson were married at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Brooklyn. Mr.
Williams worked for the Gimbels Art Department from 1951 to 1969. He was employed by the Adamo Art Gallery from 1969 to 1975. He again worked at Gimbels, from 1975 to 1983. From 1983 until the time of his death, Mr. Williams sketched many house for resi Albert S.
Feininger, a retired sales supervisor and a former Yonkers resident, died yesterday at Evans Personal Home Care in Sarasota, Fla. He was 74. He was born Nov. 9, 1920, in Mount Vernon to Tecumseh and Josephine Gilford Feininger. He attended Yonkers schools.
In 1932, Mr. Feininger and Eunice Ginger Hering were married in Bronxville. The couple moved from Yonkers to Sarasota in 1983. He worked for Johns Manville Corp. for 42 years.
He retired in 1982. Mr. Feininger, an amateur photographer, was a member of Eleanor Smith: retired bookkeeper Eleanor Grimes Smith of Yonkers, a retired bookkeeper for schools in Westchester County, died yesterday in her home. She was 79. Mrs.
Smith was a benefits administrator and bookkeeper for the Scarsdale public schools from 1956 to 1969. From 1970 to 1973, she was employed by the village of Pleasantville, and from 1974 to 1982, she worked for the Tuckahoe school system. She was born July 29, 1915, in Claremont, N.H., to George and Grace Totridge Grimes. She attended Claremont High School. On Aug.
21, 1933, she and Kenneth Howard Smith were married in her hometown. The couple moved to Yonkers 58 years ago. She is survived by a son, David W. Smith of Scarsdale; a daughter, Sandra S. LeBeau of Yardley, a sister, Elizabeth Smith of Greenileld, six grandchildren; and two step-grandchildren.
Arrangements are handled by Westchester Funeral Home in Eastchester. Memorial donations are being made to Jansen Memorial Hospice, 69 Main Tuckahoe, N.Y. 10707. Marie Silvestro: homemaker Marie Silvestro, a homemaker, died Thursday at the Somers Manor nursing home in Somers. She was 88.
She was bom Aug. 25, 1906, to Dan id and Carmela Note Ferriro in Port Chester, where she was educated. On Sept 15, 1929, she and Thomas Silvestro were married in Port Chester. Her husband died Jan. 3, 1992.
Mrs. Silvestro lived in North Salem for the past 19 years. Before that, she was a Harrison resident for 35 years. She lived briefly in Brewster with her son after her husband died. "She enjoyed being with the fomily, and she was just very devoted to us, said her daughter-in-law, Rosemary Silvestro of Brewster.
She was a parishioner at St Joseph's Church in Croton Falls. She was a member of the North Salem Senior Citizens Club and the Italian-American Social Chib in Brewster. Mrs. Silvestro is survived by a son, Thomas A. Silvestro of Brewster, two sisters, Ange De Vincenzo of Taunton, Masx, and Louise James of Sacramento, and two grandchildren.
Arrangements are being handled by the Beecher Funeral Home in Brewster. the Yonkers Studio Guild Camera Club, the Westchester Camera Club, the Johns Manville Camera Club and the Photographic Society of America. He was a former member of the Yonkers mayor's community relations committee. In addition to his wife of Sarasota, Mr. Feininger is sur-.
vived by four nieces and two nephews. Robarts Brothers Memorial Center in Sarasota is handling the arrangements. DEATH NOTICES To ptocs a paid Death Notice, Card of Thanks, In Memoriam, SI. Juduv Lodge Noflc, Flume can 444-5147 prior to Rw day of publication. Hours: Monday-Frtday, I am to 430 pm; Safurdoy, I am to 4 pun; Sunday, 2 pun.
lo 4 pm. i NEWS OBITUARIES -To speak wRh an edHor about an obituary news slorv, please cak Rw Community News number listed on Ihe Our Town page Monday through Friday before 5 pm OnSaturdey and Sunday, please call 44-5804 before pm UST OF DEATHS CA4TIGLIONE FUNERAL HOME MAHOPAC lAMMttr ttmmr K. JOSEPH J. SMITH FUNERAL HOME MT.KKOO CASUOY-FLYNN FUNERAL NOME MT. VERNON RIVERS0E MEMORIAL CHAPEL BARNEY T.
MC CLANAHAN FUNERAL NOME OSSINING KNOWLES CMm ANDRE F. BAKER, FH 'ff 1 WKXIAMLWWmtC BENNETT FUNERAL HOME UNUMULMwl COFFEY FUNERAL NOME KELLY, Fanato COFFEY FUNERAL HOME WHITE PLAINS AIKENSr Ngrmw BALLAMHMJRANO FUNERAL NOME. BUC. am wee wchwii inaiiT rwraao BALLARD-OURAND FUNERAL HOME YONKERS MATTE, HI Owe WfcHiin WHALEN A BALL FUNERAL HOME INC YORKTOWN HUTSON, Rvehra CLARK FUNERAL HOME CONNECTICUT FRED KNAPP SON FUNERAL HOME AIKENS, HarmailE Of NY on Jan 11, Itti Dear aunt of Muriel Aikens Arnold, Undo A. ARmm and L.
Harold Aikens Jr. Groat aunt of Usa Q. Shelby L. Aikens, and Aunt Qucwi Butler. Pradscaasad by broth Louis H.
Aikens. Funeral Mass Sat 10am at St. John Rw Evangelist R.C Church, WhNa Plains, NY. Interment Ml Calvary Cam-alary. Reposing rt BALLARD-OURAND FUNERAL HOME, INC, Maple Ave, White Plains, NY.
Fri 7-fpm. In Rau flowars contributions Ik The Amoricon Diabetes Association, 1211 Connecticut Ave North West, Suite SOI, Washington OC. 20034. WIN be appreciate CAMBAEERC Fartunata of Ml. Ktsco.
BtloYBd Hwband of GiusoppInB (nw BuoR). Devoted Father at Cormei. Cherished FaRiw-ln-tew of Antonio. Adorad Grandfather of Francosct, Rocco and Fortunate Cambarori and Josophbio D'lppoRto. Also survtvad by nvoi Dfomors ira mrM swots, wbme hours HIM PM, Saturday and Sunday at the CASSIDY -FLYNN FUNERAL HOME (444-4140), Ml.
KkCO. Funeral Mass 30 AM Monday at SI. Franck at Assisi RC. Church, toRowed by burial St. Rranck Camatory.
CARtNO. Aneato A. at Graanwich January 12, IffS United Hospital. Beloved husband of Frances Amuso Carina Fa- ILaa a nor NODOrTi iwior unnot oromor or Charles Carina grandtrttar at ana granddaughter a one grandson. Mass at Christian Burial Tuesday Sacred Heart Church, tarn.
Entombment wll tallow at St. Mary's Camatory. Rrtonds may caH Monday 4 0pm at CASTI-GLIONE FUNERAL HOME, 134 Hamilton Ave, Graanwich. In kau of ttowors, momortal contributions to St. Jodi's Cane Children's HospNaL EMMA, Maty ERaa an Jm IX IffS at SISJ uJia gj Iggggk 1 Ml VMM I NY.
BMVN WHO Or JOWm R. Emma. Da moth of Michael, Steven. Joseph and David Emma, Unde Graham and Tina Warren. Also survived by 7 vandchHdrm.
Reposing at COFFEY FUNERAL HOME, fl N. Broadway, Tarrytown, NY, on Sal 2-4 Art ggAdjue A IS kelrt no F'flNIIg WTMTB SOTVfCn Wll DO IWQ at fcOtem. In Rau of flowers donaHona to Ihe Wagoner's Granutomatoak Support Group, TO Box 1S1X Rialto CRv, 44G7Y-151I would bo HOME INC 2 Maple Ave. at S. Bdwy White Plains.
NY 10601 Survivors include three brothers, William J. Jr. of Kings Park, N.Y., Thomas F. of Harrison and Joseph E. of Carmel; two sisters, Sally Gianfrancesco of Rye Brook and Katherine Siegel of Harrison; 12 nieces and nephews; and nine great-nieces and great-nephews.
Arrangements are by Harrison Funeral Home. High School in Yonkers. For the past two years, Mr. Pantoja had worked for his father's business, First Worldwide Realty in the Bronx. In addition to his parents, Mr, Pantoja is survived by a sister, Marie Ann Pantoja of Yonkers; and his maternal grandmother, Eddyn Rodriguez of New York City.
Arrangements are being handled by Whalen Ball Funeral Home in Yonkers. I dents in Easlchester and Scarsdale. Mr. Williams loved bowling, his family said, and participated in many leagues over the years. Mr.
Williams was a parishioner of St. John's Lutheran Church in Stamford, Conn. In addition to jiis wife, Mr. Williams is survived by a son, Clark Williams of Atlanta; a daughter. Janet Segerdell of Stamford; two sisters, Dorothea Bulwidas of Boca Raton, and Margaret Bums of Kitty Hawk, N.C.; and four grandchildren.
A brother, Burton Williams, died in 1981. Bennett Funeral Home in Scarsdale is handling- the arrangements. Family and friends are making contributions in his memory to the American Diabetic Association, 158 Westchester White Plains, N.Y. 10601. for an upcoming story on hot new retirement locations.
We are particularly interested in hearing from people who considered but ruled out Florida and Arizona. Please call Jacqueline J. Dozier at 694-5015 between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. weekdays or leave a message at 694-5064 after business hours and on the weekend.
Please call before Jan. 16. Lrjyds SIATE OF FACTS AN ACCURATE SURVEY MAY DISCLOSE. APPROXIMATE AMOUNT DUE ANO OWING IS SI2M41.70 PLUS COSTS ANO INTEREST. DATED: NOVEMBER 22.
IfN REFEREE: JOSEPH LICHTENTHAL JOSEPH MESSINA ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF 434 MAMARONECK AVENUE MAMARONECK, NY 10S43 (111) 34I-272S of Ook Street YONKERS PUBLIC SCHOOLS YONKERS NEW YORK 14701 SeaM bkls art requested for: Stab Replacement at School 14 Schedule NO. SSOS-fS Air ACSLJg VWk Tamm SMr Tree at Saunders KS. Ne. 4547 -IS Bids wM be received unll USB am on Thursday. February IffS In Rw Punfwskw Agent's Offict, 14S Paknor Road Yonkers.
New York at be pubidy opened and teed Ion by owned I by persons at color andor women la encouraged SpodRcaHoni and bid terns may be aMakwd at Rw same Robart A. demons Purchasing Agent Tell us your retirement plans Are you planning to retire to, the Midwest or perhaps to a college town that offers cultural events, inexpensive living, low crime and a good mix of age groups? Gannett Suburban Newspapers would like to talk to you mm Cl prerxss Legal 'V Now York, tounood and de- SCnDM 8S VNOWi. BEGINNING rt point an Ihe noflhortv of Norlti Bond- Street distort 102.53 -P AL (-ill wMV nw mrwenon at Bw northerly if of westerly if os llid OUT THE SALE DESCRIBED BELOW WHICH WAS 1 ORIGINALLY -SCHEDULED 4 FOR DECEMBER X. IfN .74 HAS BEEN ADJOURNED I TO JANUARY IS. IffS AT -7 THE SAME TIME AND i c.
PLACE. RUNNING northerly si of North Bond Shoot 2107 tool to spot THENCE northerly end of right orioles lo Rw northerly si of North Bond Shoot, 100.13 talk petal; THENCE OOSfcrty and ll rfent moles lo Rw lost mentioned course, 2107 Mloe point which pslnl Is dWonl ft Jt toot north Is Rw polrt AVOID making a difficult time more difficult. LET US HELP. Accurate records ease the burden of planning for final needs. Our family registry booklet allows you to keep all pertinent family records, such as personal and estate information, in one convenient place.
This booklet is FREE! BALLARD-DUHAND Vo PVT SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER MOEX USSIttl CARMINE GIORDANO PLAINTIFF VS. 42 NORTH ASSOCIATES. INC. ET AL DEFENDANT. PLEXSE TAKE NOTICE THAT PURSUANT TO A JUDGMENT OF FORECLOSURE ANO SALE.
DULY MADE AND ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF THE COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER THE REFEREE NAMED IN SAKS JUDGMENT, WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE COURTHOUSE ON 111 GROVE STREET, WHITE PLAINS, NY ON DECEMBER M. ISM AT MS O'CLOCK IN THE FORE NOON THE PREMISES DESCRIBED IN SAID JUDGMENT. PREMISES BEING DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: Times Nac sissn SCHEDULER FUNERAL Newly redecorated 6c expanded facilities Two spacious off stieet parking Iocs accommodating over 100 can with valet packing. THENCE southerly end rt right angles lo Rw mentioned courts ft Jt Net Rw northerly si of North Bond Shoot it Rw point or place of BEGINNING. L1H ABSTRACT CORPORATION IN EAST POST ROAD WHITE PLAINS, NY 10M1 CHI) 420-302 012)410-1144 SOLD SUBJECT TO TERMS AND CONDITIONS IN FILED JUDGMENT.
AND TERMS OF SALE. SOLD SUBJECT TO: OUTSTANDING TAXES AND TAX LIENS. IF ANY; SUBJECT TO ANY PRIOR ENCUMBRANCES. LIENS OR MORTGAGES, ANY; SUBJECT TO ZONING RESTRICTIONS AND ANY AMENDMENTS THERETO; SUBJECT TO EXISTING VIOLATIONS AND ORDERS OF ANY DEPARTMENT HAVING JURISDICTION THEREOF, ANY; SUBJECT TO ANY COVENANTS AND RESTRICTIONS OF RECORD, ANY; SUBJECT TO ANY Hope Cemetery. Robert G.
Bather Ernest J. Carpencieri Douglas A. Daniels Licensed Directors iwT swert of Ml SAW MILL RIVER ROAD AND JACKSON AVENUE HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON, NY 10706 For Free Booklet Write or Call (914) 478-1855 949-0566 rin Rw CRY sl ISM COUV Of nd SUM of.
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