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From: Chris Hendrickson <>
Subject: [Bklyn] Brooklyn Standard Union July 12, 1929 - News
Date: Sun, 25 May 2003 14:03:11 -0400
Brooklyn Standard Union July 12, 1929 - News
Mainly About People
BANLSes at East Durham
Mrs. Catherine Banks and family, of 67 Hulst street, Blissville, are
spending the summer at East Durham
Mrs. FARRELL in Washington
Mrs. Joseph FARRELL, of 48-05 Forty-sixth street, Long Island City, is
paying a two weeks visit to her sister in Washington, D.C.
LA MAR Given Sendoff
Harry LA MAR, of 62-95 Booth street, Rego Park, has left on a trip to
Detroit. The Knights of the Round Table, a local organization, gave him
CRAWFORD at Ceremony
Joseph CRAWFORD, a director of the Community Club, was a guest at the
ceremony starting the first coast-to-coast rail-air trip Sunday at the
GAMBA Arranges Dance
Charles GAMBA is chairman of the committee on arrangements for the shirt
waist dance to be held Saturday at the clubhouse of the South Elmhurst
Democratic Club, 85-45 Fifty-seventh avenue, Elmhurst.
FORD Family Returns
Mr. and Mrs. Henry FORD and daughter, Gloria, of 200-12 Thirty-fourth
avenue, Bayside, have just returned to their home after spending a week
at Atlantic City in Company with Mr. and Mrs. William POWERS, of
TUFERELLI Signed Up
Chas. TUFERELLI, noted auto speed driver and traffic driving expert has
been signed up by John CAPURRO, Jamaica restaurant owner, to drive the
new family limousine.
Senator BURKHARD Cools Off
Senator Stephen F. BURKHARD and Mrs. BURKHARD are spending the torrid
season at their cottage at Sayville, where they say blankets are
necessary for comfort these nights.
THOMPSON Going to Camp
Herbert THOMPSON, a student at Jamaica High School, will spend a session
at the Citizens Military Training Camp at Plattsburg, beginning Aug. 5.
KASKELLs Enjoy Visit
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph KASKELL, of 201st street, Hollis, spent a short
vacation visiting friends at Kale Hill, N.Y.
VEITs Like Europe
Mr. and Mrs. Charles VEIT of Hollis avenue, Hollis, report that they are
enjoying their trip through Europe. They will return home the latter
part of August.
Transcribed for the Brooklyn Info Pages by Chris Hendrickson
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