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    Columbia Daily Spectator 11 January 1962
    ... to vacate the building, it must have certificates of eviction approved in lengthy proceedings before the local and state ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 7 February 1962
    ... called to act on an application for certificates of eviction by Sol Henkind, president and sole stockholder of the ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 7 February 1962
    ... all other commercial tenants. The Hospital will seek an eviction permit against Dworkin in Municipal Court tomorrow, on the ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 16 February 1962
    ... St., yesterday won another victory in their fight against eviction by the New Devonshire Corporation, the building landlord. A ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 3 May 1962
    ... because "The land is theirs and they can command eviction as soon as the emergency is over."
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 14 May 1962
    Proceedings to review the Certificates of Eviction issued against the tenants of the Devonshire
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 18 September 1962
    cessfully fought eviction procedings before the local rent administrator. REMEDCO has since ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 16 October 1962
    eviction of the girl. The woman forbade male visitors to ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 23 October 1962
    ... the realty arm of nine of the Morningside institutions. Eviction proceedings conducted by the old landlord, the New Devonshire ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 2 November 1962
    Tenants on Pharmacy's Site Organizing to Battle Eviction
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 5 November 1962
    ... assistance in relocation" if future Columbia expansion necessitates their eviction. Writing in last week's issue of The Morningside Citizen, ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 27 November 1962
    ... move in. Barnard is not responsible for the girls. Eviction proceedings against tenants remaining in the hotel were started ...