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Chappaqua journal. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1980-current, November 20, 1980, Image 7

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CHAPPAQUA JOURNAL, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1980 7 Mary Jaros, Director of the Country Day Nursery Schools of Chap- paqua, and the new sign marking the opening of the Country Day's West School on Rt. 100 in Millwood. The new school, which has both A.M. and P .M. sessions, will be open all year, summer included, as a service to working and non-working mothers. William Weber Inc. the sparkle of candles, the aroma of good food and the beauty of flowers please order major credit cards early • accepted by phone 27 So. Greeley Ave. 238-3211 Chappaqua SUPER CONTEMPORARY Overlook the lake Where you can swim, fish and skate. Big, bright living room, dining area, fireplace, eat-in kitchen, family room opens to large deck. Lots of thermopane win- downs. Master bedroom suite with bath, deck and den. 3-4 bedrooms and 2 baths. Playroom and study with fireplace-. Top Condition. The Unusual $147,500 ..... E.A. Sheridan Inc. •J?;* 91 N. BEDFORD ROAD, ChiAPPAQUA, N.Y. 1 (914) 238-4458 REALTOR' TENTATIVE BUDGET Continued from Page 1 budget is expected by the last week in November. Supervisor Banks, at last week's Town Board meeting, urged the public to attend the budget work sessions, stressing • that the Board welcomes public input for the budget before the of­ ficial public hearing, set for December 2 The next work session is Sunday, November 23, at 9 a m. in Town Hall. So far, the town has managed to trim $18,000 from the tentative budget, but Mrs. Amabile said work sessions are in progress and nothing is final until the Town Board votes on December 16. At press time, $25,000 had been added to the general fund for litigation, dictated by the revised estimates from special counsel, Mrs. Amabile said. An additional $1,500 was added to the Recreation Commission's budget for youth programs. Substantial cuts have been made in the Highway and Police Departments' tentative budgets. Twenty-nine thousand dollars was cut from the Highway fund Cuts include $20,000 for salt and sand; there is a large supply left over from last year. The Police Depar­ tment tentatively plans to buy three new patrol cars instead of four, reducing its budget by $10,000. Dr. Steven A. Gottschalk VACCINATIONS A NO OTHCt VETERINARY CARE IN THE FAMILIAR ATMOSPHERE AND CONVENIENCE OF YOUR HOME (914) 941-5220 STAGELIGHT 6<yi*tieticAs 'FW.NOV.28 FROM 11:00-5:00 Stagelighfs Own Amanda will spend the day at hodgepodge , ; to demonstrate the line, answer questions, and help with any com­ plexion problems you may have. Also ask about the Christmas Reg­ istry at hodgepodge. hodge Health & Beauty aids Bazaar Mall, Mt. Kisco 241-2252 OPEN 7 DAYS! 4'x4'x8'!!! That's a FULL CORD folks, of seasoned hardwoods for $125 including delivery any where in Westchester. Woodland Stove Shoppe 769-8100 MULLANE'S MUG Hot Italian Specialties at Their Homemade Best. 61 Bedford Rd. (at the top of the hill) Chappaqua 238-9864 Now You Can Afford Personalized Hand-Engraved Glassware EtfP Your monogram skillfully cut into each piece. Order before December 1st and save 15%. 6 pc. set of 12 oz. tumblers $28 Stainless serving tray (approx. 10\xl6\) $38 mm mm* mm* mm* mm* mmm mmm mm* mm* mmm mmm mmn mmm mmm mm* mmm mmm mm* mmm mmm mwm mmm mmm mmm mmm mmm mm* mmm mm* mmm m*m mm* mm* mmm m*** mm* mm* mm* < Come in or order by mail. We will notify you when your order arrives, (approx. 3 weeks) Descrip. Initials Quantity Item Price Total Name Telephone. Subtotal .5% tax total enclosed. make checks payable to t Country Wares 394 King St, Chappaqua . Mon-Fri 10:30-5, Sat. 10:30-6 233-3200 ~* MC, Visa

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