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Patent trader. (Mount Kisco, N.Y.) 1956-current, January 16, 1964, Image 1

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- ,­ ., '. Serving Upper Westchester and Putnam County I I VOL. LI - NO.5 MT. KISCO, N. Y., THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1964 Entered as 5<!COnd class matter at Mt. K1ac:o. N. Y. ,,, CENTS A COpy ) New Prograni Designed To Aid Slower Student Thornwood Man�' .. , . Chc;lrged In Fata[ Stabbing Of Wif�� , , I Sponsor I I l ! Clash I'n New Castle Chairmen Vie On Polif;callssues I BEAR RIDGE - Sidney Miller. incumbent Byram Hills School Board member. will be available for re-election next May. 1£ he re­ celves the endorsement of By· ram Hills non-partlsan nomlnat­ Ing commlttce. Mr. Miller made the announce. J mcnt Wednesday morning, Ill! said he has not yet decidcd whnt he will do In the event UII� noml­ nating committee docs not en­ dorse him. A member of the old Bear Ridge Board of Trustees for four years. Mr. Millcr was elected to the orl­ ginal Byram Hills Board when the central district was formcd and will complete a three year term next June 30. The other ln­ cumbent whose term- expires this year Is Charles Pound, who will not seek re-election. Mr. Miller lives at Usonia Homes in Bear Ridge and is prelident and owner of L. V Myles, Inc., New York Cll),. ,c1othlni manufacl'llrer. t Contlnued on Page Four) \ Sidney Miller 'Availabl'e' , By A:-.1N C0:-.1I.0:-.1 Iby I\Jt Kisco PLI Jos!.'llh Gactan-trnont of smoke Inhalation. The I T I' S . TI ' r'ielio. who spotted flames and other firemen were treated at the I 1\1 • �I (;0 -. I.!.' owner � !smok!.' coming from tho store.lsccnc ,1I0mc Styles a�phanccs store CX, which races on Shopper's Park The firemen were directed by poets to be dolng buslne.ss from1oCf South ;\Ioger Avenue : Chief Herbert Ferris, First As. the slore by the end of thls week. sistant Chief George Finch and in spite of th� damage done by �II� PATRO�I\IAN entered Ihe,Mr Whelan Mr. Whelan said a three-hour Iire late Sun�ay. bulldlng and trl�d 10 reach thelflames were leaping out the store Mrs. Paul Burchrnan, Wife oflsource of the fire, but he was'windows when he arrived. The the owner. said Tuesday the Corced back by heavy smoke. Helfire probably was blazing Cor a cleanup was well under way and�was treated at the police station long time beCore It was spotted, the store should be ready fori for smoke Inhalation. , Mr. Whelan said. Heat from the business sh.ortly. In the mean- I �e.cond AsSistant. Fire. Chlefl£ire was intense when Clremen time, the firm Is operating outlWllham Whelan. first chief on arrived. he reported. of Its North Bcdford Road ware- the scene, said melting P�?stlc Appliances In the store were house.. on applian�,es produced a nox- heavily damaged and many were �ome 150 firemen from !\It. Kls- lous smoke which felled several destroyed, but firemen managed CD s four fire companies answer- firemen. One fireman, Victor to save some of the larger ap- 'led the 4:45 p.m, general alarm Yazzo, was taken to Northern . '- ___' Sunday. The alarm was turned in Westchester Hospital for treat-f. (Continued on Page Four) The man or woman who tries to cut down or stop smoking finds himself sometimes fighting with his spouse, chewing gum, eating candy, or stuffing himself with food. i Home Styles Prepares To Reopen What's Inside FOX LANE. North Salem lead in their respective basket­ ball leagues • , • Page 22, 23. Patent Trader Interviewed 30 residents In Yorktown. Somers, Cortlandt, Lewis­ boro, Mt. Kisco. Katonah and Chappa­ qua thIs week to check their reactions to the government report on smoking. One man who used to smoke two packs a day but gave it up completely two years ago, saId: \I was so miserable the tlrst week -lllY wUe pleaded with me to start smok­ Ing again. I substituted gum at fIrst, then I later switched to a pipe.\ SPLIT LEVEL Schizophrenia traps Sub u r ban DIarist: ••• Page 12 Plll,s • • • PAGE' Amusements . 20 Classlrleds .. 24,27 Editorials 12; Obituaries 13, sports ZZ, 13, Zf;',. \', Weekly caJl!tldaa' %I�' , WOIDea'll News I, 7 ! ') I. � ,1. '\ .�! . ----------------------�------£_----- ---------------�--�'�,�.�.�,-����

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