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  • Office 696 Manhattan Avenue, Brooklyn 22, N. Y. GREEXPOIXT WEEKLY ST$t , FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1967 Telephone EVergreen 3-0666

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    Garden Spots

    On the Calendar

    Oct. 6 (Fri.)—Troop 469, a regular meeting at 7:30 P.M., Green Point Savings Bank Assembly Room.

    Oct. 6 (Fri.)—Troop 469, a meeting in Assembly Room of the Green Point Savings Bank at 7 P. ftt N

    Oct, 6-8, 13-13— Lexington Knigh ls of Columbus bazaar, SS Meserole avenue, from 7 nightly.

    Oct. 7 (Sat.)—Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Fraternal So- ciet\. a n n u a l Dinner and Dance, at 8 P. M. at New National Polish Hall, 61-60 56th road, Maspeth.

    Oct. 9 (Mon.)—Greenpoint Civic Council executive board will hold a meeting in the Assembly Room at 8 P. M.

    Oct. 10 (Tues.)—Winthrop Civic Association, meeting. Assembly Room of the Green Point Savings Bank, 8 P. M.

    Oct. 10 (Tues.)—Winthrop Civic Association first meet- kng of season.

    Oct. 13 (Fri.)—Troop 469, meeting in the Assembly Room of the Green Point savings Bank at 7 P. M.

    Oct. 13 (Fri.)—Ascension Sewing Club, bunco - card party, at the Ascension Hall, 122 Java street, start- ing at 8 P. M.

    Oct. 15 (Sun) — C a r d Partv Consolidated Demo- cratic Club Ladies Auxiliary, 5 P.M.. St. Stanislaus Kostka parish hall. 10 Newell street.

    OCt. 17 (Tues)—Ascension Hall. 122 Java street. On the Spdjr. Buying of the Avon Products, at a discount price. Proceeds will go to the chil- • dren of the 94 Precinct children's party. Free sam-

    ili be given out. Hours 3 P.M. 21 (Sat)—The Alpha ieari Club annual barn at 138 Nassau avenr|g.

    28 (Sat.) — Peoples Regular Democratic Club of 35th A.D., gala annual din- ner-dance a t a Manhattan avenue hall.

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    Oct. Repub dance,

    Oct.

    DVKE OX BELL A behind-thescenes por-

    trai t of Duke Ellington will be presented orp the second of the Bell Telephone Hour series of musical specials, o/i Friday, October 13, a t 10 P.M. over NBC-TV.

    BASIC: Vincent Novak, *on of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Novak of Manhattan avenue is a t present taking his basic tram ins: at Lackland Air Force Base in Texas. I pon completing training, he experts to go to Tech- nical School in Mississippi w here h* will further his education in the electronic

    field.

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    NEWSSTANDS

    MAY SELL ,

    LOTTERY TICKETS Mayor Lindsay says he

    would not be "averse" to newsstands selling lottery tickets.

    The mayor made the com- ment a t a news conference in City Hall in which he and License Commissioner Joel Tyler announced they were backing legislation to in- crease the revenue poten- tials of newsstand owners who have been hit hard by the reduction of the number of metropolitan newspapers to three.

    After the Mayor and Tyler had outlined their proposed legislation a reporter asked Lindsay whether he would favor letting the newsstand dealers sell lottery tickets. He said: "I would not be averse to it."

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    MR. and MRS. THOMAS MARCHIEL

    Newlyweds Live On Driggs Ave.

    Maureen McCormack, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James F. McCormack of 627 Morgan avenue and Greenville, N. Y., was married to Thomas S. Mar chiel, son of Mrs. Rose

    My Corner

    MASSES IN HOMES BOSTON (AP) — Richard

    Cardinal Cushing, archbish- op of Boston, says he has g r a n t e d permission for Masses to be celebrated in homes in the Boston Arch- diocese on Weekdays when offered "for more than one or two families."

    UPPER STATE The name of Utah is de-

    rived from a Navajo Indian word meaning upper or high- er up.

    Announcements 1

    Marchiel of 81 Oakland street. The ceremony took place in St. Cecilia's Roman Catholic Church, and the Rev. George Dononue of- ficiated.

    A reception for 200 guests took place in the Empress Room of the Pol- onaise Terrace, 144 Green- point avenue.

    Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of Alencon lace re- embroidered (styled the same as the president's daughter. Mrs. Luci Nu- gent) with a wattau train attached. Her mantilla was also of Alencon lace and she carried a casade bouquet of shasta daisies and ivy.

    Patricia Soah was maid of honor. The maids were Geraldine Quinn, Mrs. Bar- bara Daly, Linda Wojeik and Mrs. Nancy. Lorentz. They wore lime green.

    Robert Daly was best man. The ushers were John Viscusi. William Spampan- ato, Thomas Bennett and Dennis Lydting.

    Following a honeymoon to the Pocono Mountains, the couple are living on Drggs avenue.

    The bride, a city em- ployee, is a graduate of St. Cecilia's Parochial School, Bishop McDonnell Mem- orial High School and Halloy College for Women in Rock- ville Center. Her husband, a bank employe, is a gradu- ate of St. Stanislaus Kostka I»arochial School and com- pleted his education in the Marine Corps.

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    writes she loves it there. Brother Blaise San Pietro,

    of the Irish Christian Broth- ers just returned from a tip to Paris and Rome. He is now taching in Staten Is- land. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony San Pie- tro of 144 Powers street. Mrs. Cassetta and Mrs. San

    Pietro are sisters. * * *

    MR. AND MRS. H. Ens- menger and the Smiths of Greenpoint spent another vacation motoring to Spring Valley, Nanuet, N.Y., where they stopped at one of the nicest inns in New York State.

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    DENTSE Punceles. daugh- ter of Armando and Flor- ence Punceles of Kingsland4 avenue, was one year old Sept. 28. Her mother ar- ranged a birthday party at home. Relatives and friends attended.

    The child's father was in Vietnam where he has al- ready served six months and must remain six months more. He is now a Special F o u r t h Class in the U.S. Army.

    Limousines For All Occasions Dependable Service EV 7-0488

    G & B TAXI SERVICE Inc. DOOR TO DOOR SERVICE

    ANYWHERE ANYTIME No Calls Too Short or Too Long

    107 BUSHWICK AVE. Off Grand St., Brooklyn, N.Y.

    21 Hours Service

    ONE FAMILY 1 H baths, f | lovely street. TWO FAMIL1 ? rooms, oarln Whole house

    EMMA 94 N<

    1 3 BOX ROOJ ERX TILE good for retU do janitorial

    >USE—8 box rooms, cellar", oil heat ,

    Price SI8,500. IOUSE—Full cel lar,

    I floor and basement. title

    BELULOVICH tMAN AVE.

    9-7104 -1 f l i fht up, MOD-

    FH, GOOD STREET eouple willing to

    rvices. Rent $50 mo.

    One F^nily Brick QUEENS

    NEAR SEP/

    $25,000

    ULLAGE, N.Y. ULSIDE AVE. TE GARAGE

    389-0828

    Wanted to Rent 27 WANTED 4 OR 5 BOX ROOMS. ADULTS. 1 CHILD. UP TO $90.

    CALL EVergreen 3-9946 ASK FOR ELMA.

    BUSINESS LADY NEEDS 2 TO 4-ROOM APARTMENT

    FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED CALL AFTER 5 P.M. EVer. 3-2870.

    Rooms Without Board 29

    Help Wanted. Fomaia 62

    POWERS STREET FURNISHED ROOM. REFERENCES

    WOMAN PREFERRED EVercreen 7-0389.

    2 FAM. & Store income to each apt.

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    AS1 1 FAMILY

    On nice s t r e | A SI

    5 FAM. NEA1 3 rooms to eae]

    AS1 4 FAM. AND Good income.; RESTAURANT cation.

    4 FAI 4 rooms and

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    iROCERY STORE {[,500 per wk. 6 rms.

    irox. S185 » month . G $31.500. 2H and 3V* ROOMS G $15,000 •ith cemented drive- transportation. 1G $13,500 ULLY DETACHED

    25 x 100. IG $15,990 TRANSPORTATION apartment. !G $17,900 [STORES — FRAME

    slung Si:?.500. INLY wit|> good lo-

    ASK1NG $7,000. |LY FRAME ith to each apt.

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    ISSAU AVE. d and Leonard sts. o Sat to 5 P.M. rs. to 7:30 P.M. 383-1440 3 FAMILY Fl 6, 7 & 7 rms 25x100. being ness in famil 2-8 FAMILY To he sold if business sect i f $16,000. Good 3 FAMILY & being sold for point, for mi in office

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    HE—newly ibingled. [brass plumbing, lot lid because of sick-

    STORES. BRICK— one package, good

    |, annual rents oyer rice for quick buyer. kASEMENT—14 rms, fwest price in Green-

    information, stop

    L. NEMCIK IATTAN AVE. 30920 >SS, Salesman

    3-FAM NEW A LI

    2 DECONTR-8792

    — Insurance

    rHEODORlT. STYPINSKI 80 MES30LE AVE.,

    Nr. Greenfcint P.O. Bklyn.

    EV19-5530

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