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New Castle tribune. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1927-????, November 13, 1958, Image 7

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A THREE DAYS ONLY The \George Washington\ CASTRO CONVERTIBLE SOFA . $|QQ95 Authentic Early American charm in the button-tufted gently curv­ ing wing back. Apt. size. By night, it converts to a comfortable bed sleeping two. Usually $289 only $20.00 down TIME IS MONEY MOUNT VERNON — The sen­ tence was \$50 or 10 days in jail,\ so Pred^. Bond nine­ teen, of 40 Mount Vernon Ave., took the days. He'd been held eight days pending trial on a charge of disorderly conduct, and thp eight-day credit will be de­ ducted from the sentence. He'll serve two days, presumbly sav­ ing $25* a day. • The \Westbury\ KING SIZE CONVERTIBLE WITH 100% FOAM RUBBER CUSHIONS The Extronict topped end table - $f)|f ?95 doubles for storage. By night, 'llnl converts to a comfortable king wlW size bed sleeping two, with auto- on i y $31i60 down rrutic headboard. Usually $439 Hie \Coronet\ FULL SIZE CASTRO CONVERTIBLE $| 39 95 The graciously angled arms have separate foam cushions. Luxury in the deep button tufting. Con- Mly $14.00 im bed sleeping two. Usually $229 Converts from L ^••••••<&m*- this to this —f in 3 seconds s V.V.'.'.V.'. .v.'.w.v. THE WORLD-FAMOUS CASTRO CONVERTIBLE OTTOMAN Converts to a full-length bed. Separate Castrobilt innerspring mattress. Tailored cover in­ cluded. Usually $99.50 only $$.50 down '64 95 CASTRO'S AMAZING SPACESAVER CONVERTIBLE TABLE r -n%nc Gracefully adjusts to 3 heights #CQ95 for complete versatility. Converts 03 to a luxurious dining table msec- onds ... drop-leaf design with only $7.00 down choice of finishes. Enduring Extronict top .Usually $99 CASTRO CONVERTIBLE LUXURIOUS *. A AQ r DECORATOR QUALITY SOFAS 1 H ft This group includes unusual and IWw sumptuous designs in modern t0 and traditional styling. Hand tufting, extra long pieces, some $OOC95 with wood frames, luxury fabrics. Usua 1 ly $298 to $495 CASTRO'S 100% FOAM RUBBER MATTRESS & MATCHING BOX SPRINGS Deluxe quality. Superbly built by Both for Castro for healthful, restful tAAQI sleep. Twin size, firm density. *rfcU Usually $119.95 UU only $7.00 down CASTRO CONVERTIBLE LOVESEAT Choice of 4 styles Use in pairs for distinctive decor. $ 1 A A 95 Converts to a comfortable bed. • 1. i *j Separate Castrobilt innerspring • W mattress. Usually $229 only su.oo down CASTRO'S MATCHING CHAIRS WITH 100% FOAM CUSHIONS Exquisitely proportioned, Castro- t m AQB bilt for superb seating comfort. Modern and traditional styling. V %J ea.. Usually $109 ea. , ' only $8.00 down • The Incomparable AMIRICA'S TOP NAME IN CONVERTIBLE FURNITURE CASTRO CONQUERS LIVING SPACE I PLEASE REMEMBER, YOU CANNOT BUY A CASTRO ANYWHERE BUT AT OUR OWN CASTRO CONVERTIBLE SHOW­ ROOMS! ONLY CASTRO • DESIGNS • MAKES • SELLS • DELIVERS • GUARAN­ TEES GENUINE CASTRO CONVERTIBLES! Th« Trademark of Distinction ALL CASTRO SHOWROOMS OPEN EVENINGS - EASY TERMS NEW Y0«K-34th Str**t at Madiion Avtnue MWYOtK-Timt* Square ftreadway at 47th Street N£WYO«IC-8fh Avenue ot36th Strttt MOOKLYN-490 Fulton StrMt Opposite RKOAIbee • •HOOKtYN-895 Flatbuth Avtnut SOT 0 . 0 \ 8 .' BRONX-U?th StrMt at 3rd Avenue NEW HYDE PARK, 1.1. 1990 Jericho Turnpike JAMAICA, 1.1. 153-25 Jamaica Avtnut near Portons Blvd. HEMPSTEAD, 1.1. 67 Fulton Avtnut on Htmpittad Tumplk. POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. at Corntr ot Church and Academy Strttt* CONNECTICUT— DANBURY U.S. Routt 7 Alto In: MIAMI; FLORIDA WEST PAIM BEACH, FLORIDA FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA BOCA RATON, FLORIDA ORLANDO, FLORIDA South of Danbury Fair Grounds WASHINGTON, p. C. Off Church Avtnut MOOKLYN-1646 Pitkin Avenu* Cofntr ©f Brittol Strttt MONX-3'25 East Fordham Road at Kingibridgt Road FREE PARKING 200 East Main Strttt CONNECTICUT—HARTFORD 1112 Main Strttt Opposite Pprion't Thtotrt CONNECTICUT—MILFORD 952 Boston Post Road Oppositt Outdoor Theatre Next to Beehive Dept. Store NEW JERSEY, NEWARK WESTCHESTER-larchmont 156 Marktt St. off Broad St. Boston Post Road • NEW JERSEY, PASSAIC North of Wtavtr Strttt 41 Lexington Avt. YONKERS.N.Y. NEW JERSEY, PARAMUS 2475 Central Pork Ave. 180 Route 17 PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA PHILADELPHIA (UPPER DARBY), PA.. ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA • DETROIT, MICHIGAN DETROIT (BIRMINGHAM), MICH. LATHAM, NEW YORK NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. BALTIMORE, MD. BOSTON, MASS. PROVIDENCE, R. I. Prices (lightly higher In the South Copyright 19C8 by Castro Convertible Corp., New Hyde Perk, N. Y. YONKERS - 2475 Cenfral Park Avenue lie*, u. s. »t o«r. .w*«W 9/10 mile South of Ardsley Road, 2-1/5 miles North of Tuckahoe Road IARCHMONT - Boston Post Road (North of Weaver St.) ran cis • » FOR LARGE SIZES Westchester's Fashion Center for the Larger Woman since 1942 SIZES 38 to 60 AND l6'/ 2 to 32'/ 2 LARGE SIZE COATS LARGE SIZE DRESSES LARGE SIZE •» * SKIRTS LARGE SIZE BLOUSES LARGE SIZE SWEATERS LARGE SIZE LINGERIE USE FRANCIS' EASY BUDGET PAYMENT PLAN «3 11-15 NORTH LEXINGTON AVE. WHITE PLAINS A lew doors from Main St. One block east of R R. Sta. and Bus Terminal FREE PARKING at Gulf Station Obituary Notices CHARLES FARUOLO JR1 LA PLATA, Md. —Charles Ri Faruolo Jr. of Millwood Rd., Mount Kisco, N.Y.. died unexpect­ edly here Tuesday enr\oute - home from a business trip. He was forty nine. Born in New York. Mr. Faruolo had been a Mount Kisco resident for ,20 years. He was an attorney with offices in New York. A gradu­ ate of New York Universtiy and the New York Law School, Mr. Faruolo was a member of the American Bar Assn., the New York State and City of New York Bar Assns. He is survived by his wife, Lole: a daughter, Mrs. Janine Anderson of Mount Kisco; a brother, Edward of Massapequa, L.I., N.Y. and three grandchildren. MRS. OLIVER A. KNAPP SR. Mrs. Alice Todd'Knapp, seventy- nine, of 55 Moore Ave., Mount Kis­ co, died Thursday at a nursing home. Born in Lewisboro, Mrs. Knapp was the daughter of the late Wil­ bur and Emma Newman Todd. She had lived in the Mount Kisco area for the past 45 years and was member of the Mount Kisco Methodist Church. Mrs. Knapp leaves her husband, Oliver A. Knapp Sr.? four sons, Oliver A. Knapp Jr. of Mount Kis­ co. Ralph T. Knapp of Utica, Richard N. Knapp of Pleasantvihe, and John J. Knapp of Bayside, L. I.; a daughter, Miss Eleanor G. Knapp of the home address; nine grandchildren; two great grandchildren; and two sisters, Miss Sarah Todd of Schrub Oak. and Mrs. Armenia (c) Carver of Fort Dodge, Iowa. Farm ten years ago and for nine years resided with Mrs. Mable Jor- gensen of Babbitt Road, Bedford Hills. A year and a half ago she moved to Newark to live with her son, Sanford, her only survivor. MRS. FLORENCE TUCKER _ _ Funeral services were held on Wednesday of last week at the Flood Funeral Home in Newark, N. J. for Mrs. Florence Tucker, eighty, a former employe at West fied State Farm, Bedford Hills. In terment took place at Glendale Cemetery, East Orange, N. J. Mrs. Tucker who died in New­ ark on Sunday, Nov. 2, was born at Angelica, N. Y. She was the widow of Floyd Tucker, who died many years ago. She retired from her position at Westfield State MRS. FRANK REAGAN Word was received on Saturday in Katonah of the death of Mrs. Bessie Reagan of ^Cleveland, a former resident of 'Katonah and sister of Mrs. Margaret Congdon of 127 Bedford Rd., Katonah. Mrs. Reagan died on Saturday at the age of seventy-two. Funeral services were held in Cleveland on Tuesday with interment today in St., Joseph's Cemetery, Wav- erly, N. Y. Mrs. Reagan was born in Wav- erly on Jan 10, 1886, the daugh­ ter of Charles A. and Matilda A. Lawrence Mead. She* moved, to Cleveland about three years ago after .residing in Katonah for about 20 years. Mrs. Reagan was the widow of Frank Reagan. While a resident of Katonah, she was a member of the Katonah Unit 1575, American Legion Auxiliary Besides her sister, Mrs. Rea­ gan is survived .by two sons, Phil­ ip Reagan of Empire Ore., and Richard Reagan of Cleveland; one grandson, Richard Reagan Jr. of Cleveland; also three brothers; Howard Mead of Waverly, Walter Mead of Mansfield, Pa. and Mor­ ris Mead of Belleville, Pa. Nsw Cattle Tribune, Chappaqua, N* Y.,ljfovember 13, 19S8 ; •vffife North Westchester Times, Mt. Kisco, N. Y-, Nov*'141*5* Mrs. Warren To Be Guest at DAR Tea Mrs. Thufman Warren of Mar* shall La., estate regent of the New York State Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, will at­ tend a tea at the Colony Club, Monday, Nov. 24, marking the 62 anniversary of the Mary Washing­ ton Colonial Chapter, D.A.R. Other horior guests will be Mrs. Ralph Williams Newiand of St. Jo­ seph, Mich., and Mrs. Ashmead White of Bangor, Me., 'who are candidates for the office of presi- dent^-general of the National So­ ciety. Proceeds of all Mary Wash­ ington Colonial Chapter parties help to maintain two scholarships - tain children at Tamas- S €6j St Clm * Max E. Kunath/*a$&jb^Tbomi •> # as Kunath of iAwrence .C^^aykr has left his Ocean Grove Home .in £ New Jersey for Charlotte, NiVCar. where he will spend the Winter - with his son-in-law arid daughter., Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Weyant, as has been his custom for several seasons past. Marga. Burke lrolla; two daugh ters, Miss Judith Louise and Miss Dclc-:s Christine lrolla, all of the home address; and two brothers. CHARLES W. RODRIGUEZ Charles W. Rodriguez of 254 Millwood Rd., Chappaqua, passed away at his home Saturday, Nov. 8, after a long illness. He is survived by his wife Eliza­ beth, a daughter Justine, and a brother William. Services were privately held in his home Monday and interment is in Scranton, Penna. LEWIS IROLLA MOUNT KISCO— Lewis lrolla of Lower Shad Rd., Pound Ridge, died Tuesday at Northern Westcht-ier Hospital. He was sixty. A former resident of Flushing. LI., Mr. lrolla had !' ed in Pound Ridge two years. He —is a re­ tired salesman for a br'n'ng firm. Surviving are his wife. Mrs. WE MOVE YOUR FURNITURE IF IT WERE J OUR OWN! CITYWIDEt NATIONWIDE MOVING of HOUSEHOLD .1 OFFICE FURNISHIM6S Allilimt end paddtd AGENTS FOR GREYVAN LINES A $ubtidfary of Gnyhound Linn PACKING • CRATING • STORAGE for Complete Information and free Ettimalt, Co//: WHAUEN'S and STORAGE WAREHOUSE 242 No. Bedford Rd. MO 6-9265—8319 Get Dependable Home Heating WITH I 1 i S5S HEATING OIL • burns HOT and cxftAX • assures TOP burner performance Automatic Delivery Service YOU ALWAYS have an ample supply i CHAPPAQUA { FUEL & SUPPLY | At the Parkway I CHappaqua I 1-0158 K Jlfeasurement of QreatnessI The American motorist has long since adopted his own personal technique for judging the year's automotive offerings. He simply looks to the new Cadillac car to discover motordom's fullest measure of all that is new and good and wonderful. And never before has Cadillac placed such a high standard of excellence on the world's motor cars as it lias for 1959. For the new \car of cars\ has introduced a whole new concept of what an automobile can do and be .... and how it should look and act. To the eye alone, it is a revelation. Elegarit, majestic, substantial, poised—it has brought a new magic and splendor to the world of motion. Its Fleetwood interiors are miracles of advanced design. Appoint­ ments . . . fabrics ... and leathers are beautiful beyond imagination. The 1959 Cadillac is equally inspiring from behind the wheel. Its spectacular new engine, its advanced transmission and its new ease of ride and handling make a journey at its wheel the most glorious dis­ tance between any two points. These Cadillac advancements have been interpreted in thirteen distinctive body styles—including a new Eldorado Brougham. So if you contemplate the purchase of any motor car in the coming year, you owe yourself an early visit with this newest of Cadillacs. Sixty minutes in the showroom and on the highway will give you a full understanding of the new way to measure greatness in a motor car. Its Fleetwood interiors are miracles of advanced design. Appoint- full understanding of the new way to measure greatness in a motor car. The majestic new Cadillac for1959 is now on display—inspect and drive it today! VISIT YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED CADILLAC DEALER MARTY MOTORS CORPORATION 279 North Bedford Road, MOunt Kisco 6-418! V V ' Every Window'of. Every Cadillac is Safety Plate Class • \, '• ^ .•r,<- ?

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