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Page 10 PATENT TRADER, MT. K1SCO, N. Y, SUNDAY, MARCH 31, 1957 Westchester's First Woman Mayor Takes Post Monday PROUD AS PUNCH of award won. dent Susan Maas points to award by Bedford Baa Co. Is driver I while Maureen Urban reads' Angelo Leonagreo of Bedford | plaque. Award was presented to i Bills. Fox Lane High School stu- I company by Greater New York | Safety Conncil for tbe least amount of school bus accidents in the state. —s^aff photo by Litchfield Mulley, Bianconi Heading Memorial Day Committee MT. KISCO — Co-chairman for the annual observance of Memorial Day In Mt. Kisco thi s year will be Commander Basil Mulley ol Moses Taylor Jr Post 126. American Legion, and Anth­ ony Bianconi, immediate past commander of the post. The co-chairmen were elected at a meeting of the Mt. Kisco Memorial Day Committee at the Legion Hall Bunday. Legion oPst members who will comprise this year's committee are. Honorary grand marshall, Bert Graham: Assistants to tbe grand marshal]. Gene Tavenner, last year'* chairman of the Memorial Day .observance, Morrie Burllson and Post Adjutant, Domlnlck Amiiso. Secretary, Mrs. Jane Hahn. past president of the Auxiliary Treasurer, Miss Helen Sarsen. Gold Star Mothers, Mrs. Helen OT>ell and Mrs. John Cullam. Grave Decorations, Mr Garham. Mr. Tavenner, Mr Burllson. Mr Amuso. James Manning Jr. post Chap ­ lin, is In chearge of contacting the clergy for Invocation and benedic­ tion Services. George Malsbury. first vice com­ mander, is In charge of procurrlng cars for those members of the post and auxiliary who wish to ride Refreshments Planned John Finch, second vice-com­ mander and the Post Chef Joe Prasclano will be in charge of refreshments for guests of the Moses Taylor Post. Ralph Nichols of the Union Hook and Ladder Company wilt again be contacted to make the arrangements for the display of the American Flag at the cemet- ary Mr Bianconi stressed that this Court Fines Total $80 ABMONK — A total of $80 In fines was collected in North Cas­ tle Police Court Tuesday night by Judge Julius Raven. Joseph G Brieves of 103 Madi­ son Street. Mamaroneck, paid $20 on a speeding charge A $25 fine for speeding was paid by Anthony J Porzlo of 12H South Lexington Avenue. White Plains. Rcteert J Drake Jr.. no address given, paid a $S fine for lack of reflectors on a trailer William Asce of Princeton Unlversltv Princeton. N J, paid a $4 fine for parking all night without lights A $5 fine was levied against David P Rawson of Fairfield Conn., for driving at night with a Junior operator's license. A $5 fine for lack of splash guards on a truck was paid by William Jenkins of 129 Cabot avenue. Elmsford. Edward C. Boyle of Hook Road. Katonah, paid two fines of $5 •ton for parking without lights aintf parking on the wrong side of the street. A $S fine for no splash guards on a truck was paid by Charles A. Witt of 172 Crescent Place. Yonkers. Parking fines of $1 each were paid by Mrs. Stanley Schottland of 784 Palmer Road. Bronxville. and Mrs. Harry Hazlett of 35 South Broadway,, Irvlngton Parking fines of $2 each were paid by Everett E Elting of 350 Fifth Avenue New Yo k and Lorau G Harvey of 75 Whitman Aneom, West Hartford, Conn. Is stin a community function, even thoush the American Legion will conduct the observances. The or­ ganizations that have been con­ tacted In the past for financial support will again be contacted this year It Is hoped that the various organizations in t?ie community will make every effort to be rep­ resented In the line of marcn Mr Bianconi said. This Is a day that belongs to the \heroic dead,\ Mr Bianconi said. \Our Annual Memorial Dav Observance, Ml] only be as success­ ful as the local organizations and the community want it to be. he said. Remember, someone died for what we now enjoy. I t is only fitting that we should do every­ thing humanly possible io pay our deepest respect for their sacri­ fices.\ Heart Drive Nets $1,400 YORKTOWN UTS. — Mrs. Louis A. Medlatore of Granite Springs Road, chairman of the recent Heart Fund Drive in Yorktown, announced that a total of $1 400 was raised. The goal had been set for $1,010 This was the first year in Yorktoxn for a house-to-hou>c Heart Fund Drive. Earl New- som, campaign chairman for Westchester County termed the success of the drive \an amazing achievement.\ State Police List Mishaps BREWSTER — State Police here reported two accidents on Route 22 In the past few days. March 24 at 2 15 a m Theodore Parkl, a sailor stationed aboard the USS Cascade lost control of the 1951 Ford convertible he v. as driving south on Route 22. The car went off the shoulder and turned over The roof of the car was damaged but Parkl suffered no injuries The car is owned by Joseph Prleto. New Fairfield, Conn. Monday morning at 6 15 a.m. John Kullkausky. 45 of Bridge­ port, Conn, received severe lacera­ tions of the scilp and forehead when his 1 car failed to make a curve at Route 22 and MUltown Road. Dr John Simmons of Brewster treated the driver who was taken to Northern Westchester Hospital by the Brewster Fire Department Ambulance for medical observa< tlon. Medical Society Meets Wednesday MAHOPAC — Members of the Putnam County Medical Society will meet Wednesday at the Forest House. Mahopac. at 6 30 pjn Members of the Society will not have office hours that evening but emergency calls to Individual phy­ sicians may be made to the Forest House. %mitb Jailed On Gun LavV ., BREWSTER—A muskrat shoot­ ing'expedition by three Bronx youths brought them more trouble than adventure. The trio were picked up by State Police and N Y Wair.shsd Police at Sodom Reservoir and their troubles began. One of the men Irwin Fried­ man. 21 of 1032 Aldus Avenue. Bronx possessed a 32 cal. auto­ matic pistol. Since ammunition for the gun was also found on bis person Friedman was charged with violating New York's •Sulli­ van Law\ and held In lieu of $1,000 bond for grand Jury hearing Kls companions. Stuart Feld- man. 21. of 1010 Bryant Avenue. Bronx, and George Bruch. 19, 1046 Longfellow Avenue, Bronx, were MT. KISCO — Westchester's first elected woman mayor, Mrs Betty Potter, will bang the gavel for the first time Monday night as chairman of the Village Board of Trustees. At the opening of the first meeting of the new Village Board at 7:30 pjn. Mrs. Potter and Trustees Edward M. Morwell and William B. Mack will probably thank the voters who put them in office. Then the board will get down to the lob of organizing itself to conduct business for the coming year First major Item of business after rules of procedure are adopt­ ed Is tbe appointment of a Trustee to succeed Mrs. Potter She will resign her trustee post at midnight today (Sunday) after serving one year of a two-year term, In order to assume the of­ fice of mayor Then the board will appoint most of the major officers of the . village government. These In­ clude. The acting mayor, villago clerk, deputy village clerk, registrar 4 of vital statistics, village treajur- ' er, village attorney, acting police justice, the three man board of assessors, plumbing Inspector, fire alarm inspector, fire inspector and members of the plumbers examin­ ing board. The board must also make special appointments such a new Planning Board member to suc­ ceed Planning Board Chairman Mack, who will resign at midnight to day (Sunday) to become a member of the Village Board, and Planning Board members to suc­ ceed John R. Tulloch and Robert C. Orr Jr. whose three-year terms expire at midnight. Committee Appointments There is more appointing to do before the board can settle down to business. Mayor Potter must appoint hoard members as chair­ men of committees on public works, buildings, flrehouses, sani­ tation, sewers, lighting, water, police, finance, taxes and Insu­ rance office, recreation. Leonard Pai k and swimming pool- Then she must make a flock of special committee appointments, including the budget commlttep. which includes the entire board of trustees, the mayor's advisory committee and committees on housing, design of buildings, fire services, Memorial pay observ­ ance, police pension fund, traffic and parsing, civilian defense, Suttons Row,, dog ordinance, fluo­ ridation snd/ any other special comroitteek'.'iuggesjed hy., board ,J mr—**-*\''' * • - ' • ' Two Drivt Pay Fines For Speeding SOUTH SALEM — Two drivers paid fines for speeding when they appeared before Justice of the Peace Alvln Jordan Wednesday night at Lewlsboro Town House here. They were Norman E. Morrill, 18, of Truesdale Lake and Virginia Ann Hansen, 25, of 121 Main Street, RIdgefleld. Mr. Morrill was fined $15 for driving at 60 miles per hour In a 50-mlle zone on Route 35. March 21. Miss Hansen paid $10 for going 50 miles an hour In a 40-mlle zone on Route 123, Vista, March 21. Lorna C. Baur. 38, of 104 Lawn Avenue, Stamford, was fined $5 for crossing the double white line March 24 on Route 123. Vista Hugh Joseph Courte, 29, of East Street, Vista, was fined $25 be­ cause he operated a motor vehicle without a New York driver's license. He was using a Connecti­ cut license when he was ticketed by state Troopers March 14 on Route 123. Cliappaqua Plans Driver Course CUAPPAQUA — A course In driver training will be offered this summer by the 'Chappaqua schools, the Board of Education decided Monday night. The class will begin If there are 20 students, since school policy rules that the class must be self-supporting. Priority will be given to non-adult enrollees, first to those attending school out of the district and second to those who just missed the age require­ ment last year. Studdhts must have a learner's permit and be 16 years of age. HAMMOND ELECTRIC COMPANY Electrical Construction 342 Lexington Avenue Mount Kisco, New York Tel. MOunt Kisco 6-8911 Ww 1o Get a LOAN in l-THpt Bitten By Dog CHAPPAQUA — Alice McGulre. six. of Saw Mill River Road was bitten on the right leg March 24 by a dog owned by a Sand Street resident. New Castle Police re­ ported. IPHONE Beneficial and give 9 Aw facts abot/f yourself 3. WAlKOUTmH) the cash confident you made a wise choice, in Coming to Beneficial. Z.C0MEIN-tenetf- iftt Beneficia&man who likes to nyyes. 1 ' G€TA /'TRIP LOAN AT ANY SuufteudOFMi Loans $25 to $500 — up to 24 months to repay BREWSTER—35 Main St., 2nd Ft., Room 2 BRmtir 9-37U PEEKSKILL—100S Brown St., 2nd Ft., Room C PEeksMII 7-lttC TARRYTOWN—1 NepOan Road, ProfMtlonat Bldr..MEdford l'-e710 \ WHITE PLAINS—7$ Mamaroneck Rd., 2nd FI...WHI<a Plains 8-5500 'OKN tVtWNC S (If APPOINTMENT— PHONE K)« CYENINO HOUI S ^ ' IHM mtit h mWillr ll all lwnm£a | ttra • U«M tin mtit mil Beneficed FINANCE #ol New Tort.. I«< (PIRSONAI FINAN(C CO • CE CO. BETTY POTTER a date for a public hearing on the tentative budget—not later than April 15, designate a bank for deposit of village funds and pick an official newspaper for the year Then Mrs. Potter will be free to bang her gavel again to open the first regular meeting of the new board of trustees to consider vil­ lage business. a 'tjjthe board: must 3)x,- given flve,days..for l dlsorderly .tortT du6t ;^wS $uttce of •tWpjStce Theodore Ki- Schaefer sffepenffed scntence.yudse Schaefer ilso -ln- structed iSiate Police to, take Friedman \o the County Jail to Carmel. » Undersherlff Robert Steele said this week that Friedman Is on ball awaiting hearing by the Grand Jury. Fined For Speeding CHAPPAQUA — Samuel Shep- pard. 38. of Cantltee Road Ka ­ tonah, was fined $10 Monday night In New Castle Court of, Special Sessions on a charge otjj speeding 55 In a 40-mlle zone He' was arrested March 16 on the Saw] Mill River Parkway Putnam Plan Commission Hearing Set CARMEL — The Putnam County Board of Supervisors' will holdj a hearing Monday on 'the proposed .County Planning Commission {at '2 pinj.'at .• the County SaUilns. ', The; Planning Commlsjimi'* ymL be' fnad^ nip .of a representative Kfltfnl ejfh ^pt ,i£e CdUftjtyV she Jitoiynshh*, t*o«, metribe&W ^ahe^ jtBoard\ or.' SupervlscW ^aHa',^e_' Board\ or',' SupervlsW ^aiMjjJtbi County Highway Commisslaner .N The County has appropriated! $5,080 in this year's budget for the \proposed commission. All mem-, faers will serve wlthSsjf pay. It has been recommended that the. commission make* 4 complete study of primary and secondary roads In the County Th o Com­ mission mtrlht also Investigate county parks and recreation facili­ ties, serve as a mearis of coordin­ ating zoning between bordering towns, serve as a clearing house for planning and zoning Informa­ tion for the to»ns \The possibility of hiring a con­ sultant on a limited basis is also )l .among the recommendations. $5995 Complete reg. $89.95 Complete with headboard, left, mattress and box spring. School Show Draws 1,200 YORKTOWN UTS.—Twelve hundred persons were enter­ tained by songs, skits and dance routines last weekend when children of Sts. George and Patrick school presented their Drst annual student en­ tertainment Highlight of tbe show was first grade's production of •Tom Thumb's Wedding\ School authorities said that every grade but kindergarten was represented in tne show, which netted $1,000 towards the school debt fund Music «a* provided by Mrs. Ra.iool h Strang, with Mrs. Pel.( m Jimnez coaching the en rrtain'.s James Aimn presented the opening address. Famous SIMMONS Sofa-Bed Sale reg. $129.95 Comfortable coll eonstruo-'| tlon over no-sac base. Con­ cealed bedding; box. Self- leveling. Choice of fabrics. SIMMONS Hollywood Bed TRUE COMFORT OUTDOORS . . . with this mobile chaise, of light weight aluminum with a colorful, com­ fortable waterproof innersprlng mattress. COME IN AND VISIT OUB NEW FLOOR COVERING DEPARTMENT • • • 'Deltox' Fibre Rugs 9x12 $|^95 reg. $24.95 • • • ASPHALT TILE 9\x9 \ 5c ea. • • • LINOLEUM TILE 9\x9\ 9c ea. I PRIZEWINNER Walter Ralth of In national contest sponsored by Walt and Paul's IGA Market In Pillsbury Mills. Contest was based Katonah lifts lid on electric. on displays of Pillsbury products. roaster oven he won as runner-up | Presenting orlze Is Thomas Walsh, Pillsburr's Westchester sales re­ presentative. —Staff photo by Litchfield TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR CHARGE ACCOUNTS AS LITTLE AS 10% DOWN AND 2 YEARS TO PAY MAHOPAC FURNITURE CO. ROUTE 6 • MAHOPAC, N. Y. • t* -i e 8-4700 * Open Thursday Evcningt Ti l 9 * (

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