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8 CHAPPAQUA JOURNAL, THURSDAY, DEC. 25,1980 & JAN. 1,1981 CLASSIFIED vnvKimsnunvrs Non commercial classified advertising Kates: 10 words or less $3 20 words or less $5 Advertise 3 weeks and get the 4th for just $1. OR All 4 papers of Hie Cross Westchester Weeklies Group. ill words or less only $6 in words or less only $10 Pa> ments must accompany order. i. SERVICES Two men with a van. Basement, attic, and garage cleanouts. Hauling to dumc Movine. Full and partial loads. Call 698-7090 or Q98-6947' tf Jack Mo^re, Jr. painting con­ tractor, interior-exterior, commercial-residential, 273- 8().'W. Fully insured. Small group music instruction in Chappaqua. GUITAR and RECORDER. All ages, all lev­ els. Carol Blagowidow 238-8378. Chappaqua driver for hire. Air ports. N .Y.C., etc. References. Mike Cunningham 238-4271. 1/8 Mother of V/ 2 yr. old boy will provide a warm and loving environment for your child, day/wk Armonk 273-5538 1-22 PIANO LESSONS All ages and stages. Expe­ rienced teacher with honors from Juliard. Isabel Steinberg, 273-9775-6 TREE SERVICE Armonk-Bedford Tree Service, Inc., specialist in complete tree care. Bucket truck rental, prun­ ing, spraying, feeding, cabling, cavity work and tree removals. Consultants and diagnosticians. 666-8202 - COUNTY CHIMNEY SERVICE 12 years cleaning fireplaces, heating ducts, furnaces, chim­ neys. Fully insured. Chimney caps, screens installed. West­ chester, Putnam. 769-3845 - 878- 3061 POSITION WANTED Typing and transcribing. Neat and accurate. Call 238-4379 after 3 p.m. 12-24 FOR SALE Musical instrument: B.C. Rich Bass Guitar. Model \Standard\ Call 914-273-8894 1-15 IBM Executive typewriter. Best offer over $300.273-8801 tf BALES OF FEED HAY, grown in Vermont, second cutting. Armonk Lumber Co., 170 Bed­ ford Rd., Armonk, N.Y. 273-3648, 3763, 3737 1-22 Toyota Corolla Deluxe Wagon 1978, pale blue, 34,000 mi., AM FM stereo, Automatic, A/C, heated rear window wiper, (2) snows. Private sale $4,000 or nearest offer. Going overseas. Call 914-273-9492 12-25 f Robert Campbell, 63, dies EAGER BEAVER TREE SERVICE •Reasonable Rates •Free Estimates •Fully Insured •Pruning & Removal Specialists flflfl-fllBl Funeral services were held Mon­ day, Dec. 22 at St. Mary the Virgin Church in Chappaqua for Robert Welborn Campbell of Old Mill Road in Chappaqua. Mr. Campbell was the founder of Robert Campbell Associates, Inc., a financial consulting firm in Chappaqua. A 15-year resident of the Town of New Castle, Mr. Campbell was an active member of the Chap­ paqua Independent Fire Com­ pany and the New Castle En­ vironmental Control Com­ mission. Town Supervisor Charles Banks termed Mr. Cam­ pbell's death at Northern West­ chester Hospital Friday, Dec. 19 at the age of 63, \a loss to the town.\ Said his wife Josephine, \He loved the community.\ Mr. Campbell came to the United States in 1954. He was Two car fires in two weeks Two cars have caught fire in the past two weeks in the Chappaqua Railroad Station parking lot. The rear seat of Chappaqua resident McNamara's '76 Ford Suburban was smouldering at 4:40 pm Wednesday, Dec. 17; the car was in the South parking lot. The Chappaqua Fire Department pulled out the smouldering seat and put out the fire. On Tuesday, Dec. 2 a similar fire was reported by Chappaqua resident Mr. R. Cronin who noticed that the seat of Mr. James Stevens' 77 Pontiac Sub-«- urban was smouldering. New Castle Police said the fires were suspicious. SUBSCRIBE born in Epsom Surrey, England on Dec. 2,1917 and attended Lon­ don University and Sandhurst Military Academy. He served with the British Army Infantry in East Africa for six years during World War II and was promoted to the rank of Major. He married the former Josephine Moses in 1956 and the couple moved to Mexico City the following year where he opened his own distillery, Distiladores de Mexico, S.A. In 1966 they moved to Chap­ paqua, and Mr. Campbell worked as a consultant, eventually opening his own firm. He was active in the local Republican Party and was on the Vestry at St. Mary the Virgin Episcopal Church. Mr. Campbell is survived by his wife Josephine, his daughter Charlotte, a sister Chita of Lon­ don and a brother James Lawrence of New York City. Mrs. Kilgus a suicide The death of Janet Kilgus, age 50, has been ruled a suicide by the Westchester County Medical Examiner. Mrs. Kilgus' husband, Dr. Donald James Kilgus, reported that he found his wife shot in the head in their Pondfield Drive home Sunday afternoon, Dec. 21. Her father, Alfred Cook, her husband and a son were home at the time of the shooting, according to New Castle Police. Funeral services, officiated by Monsignor Robert Skelly of St. John and St. Mary Roman Catholic Church in Chappaqua, were held at the Beecher Funeral Home In Pleasantville Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 23. Mrs. Kilgus is survived by her husband, father and children. PETERKIN BROS. Tree Service COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL TREE REMOVAL'SPRAYING •PRUNING'LANDCLEARfNG •CABLEING'FEEDING •WOODCHIPS'LIGHTNING PROTECTION \INSURED . 914 238-9340 • Pet • Apples •Compucolor Yes...small businesses can now afford a total business computer system. A WORLD OF COMPUTERS 519 Boston Post Rd. (Korvettes Shopping Center) Port Chester, N.Y. 937-6662 M-S 9-9, Sun 12-6 N Howdy Partners We Are Proud To Announce [that RODEO DRIVE the newest concept' in Men's and Ladies' Western Wear has a^ 20%-50% off SALE NOW We offer a fine selection .from silver inlaid belt buckles, custom leather belts and Stetson hats io spurs and lizard boots (look for famous names like Dan Post and Ralph Lauren). PLUS suits lor men and women, authentic Western jeans, and a complete line of silver jcwelrv 9:30a.m. to 9p.m Mon tof-n I 9 a. m. to 6 p. m on Saturda vs Open Sundavs 12-5 We accept American Express 731 W. Boston Post Koad Mamaroneck, New \ otk 10543 (914) 698-3433 HOUSING AGENCY continued from page 1 cribed by Town Supervisor Charles Banks, Jr., as \a bonus in the form of permission to build more units.\ The Housing Agency will be responsible for determining eligibility and establishing priorities within the preferred categories and may also define other concepts involved in granting preference, like \employment within the Town,\ be deciding if part-time and self-employment are included. Town Attorney Lawrence Dit- telman added that the town could enforce the Agency's deci­ sions by demanding compliance for a certificate of occupancy. \Watchdog\ agency Supervisor Banks defined the Agency as a \watchdog alert NO ISSUE NEW YEAR 'S DAY There will be no Jan. 1 issue of the Chappaqua Journal. The next issue will be published Jan. 8. Happy holidays from the Chappaqua Journal staff! for violations on behalf of the Town Board. He insisted, how­ ever, that it must not become a \go-between\ for the Town and Planning Boards, \giving the poor builder yet another agency io deal with.\ It could not judge apartment design, except for features geared to the special needs of elderly or handicapped people. He recommended a five- member agency and assured John Doerschuk, chairman of the three-member temporary committee, \We can appoint the other two as you go along.\ Supervisor Banks asked the Chairman for recommenda­ tions, starting with the town's volunteer list. The Supervisor is to work with the Town Attorney in drafting an ordinance establishing the new Agency. Its first assignment will be the Flatcher Realty project, with 12 of the 60 townhouses reserved for senior citizens. Glad man Roofing Service 769-6134 •*V' THE SIGNATURE OF DIOR. Distinguished designs. The highest quality construction and materials. Prestigious frames from the House of Dior for men of selective tastes and style. nstian Dior LUNETTES S'f the exclusive Dior Monsieur collection at: Dr. Alec Perlson OPTOMETRIST Fashion Eyewear Professional Eye Expert Optical Examinations Services 238-3030 Contact Lenses 2 No. Greeley Ave. Chappaqua CLOSED FOR VACATION 12-25 thru 1-1 ... Happy Holidays

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