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New Castle tribune. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1927-????, February 06, 1958, Image 10

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|0 North Westchester Times, Mt. Kisco, N. Y., Feb. 6, 1958 New Castle Tribune, Chappaqua, N. Y., February 6, 1958 <, CAPTAIN'S TEA at the home of Mrs. William Skinner of Har- riman Knolls, on Jan. 29 assem­ bled these women, who are lay­ ing out the work for the can­ vassers in the forthcoming Red Cross Campaign in Mount Kisco. Seated left to right are Mrs. Donald Kofoed, Mrs. Blaney Harris, Miss Stella Babalis and Mrs Charles Coughlin. Standing are the co-chairmen, Mrs. Skin­ ner, and Mrs. W. W. Young Jr. D. B. Kirchhoff Photo CHOIR TO VISIT CHURCH HARRISON — The Princeton Seminary Choir of 30 voices will sing at 7:45 p. m. service in the Harrison Presbyterian Church on Sunday. The choir, which has toured Europe, South America and the Far East, will be guests at a dinner sponsored by young people's groups. County Legion Chief Rips Full Assessment County American Legion Com­ mander Ernest R. Eisenbeiss of Hawthorne has termed \illegal shocking and discriminatory\ a legal interpretation calling for 100 per cent assessment of home­ steads purchased by veterans, in place of the present $5,000 tax ex­ emption. Eisenbeiss said the State Legion has organized a special legal com­ mittee, headed by past State Commander Martin B. McKneally of Newburgh, attorney, to test the legality of the interpretation by Robert F. Kilmer, counsel to the State Board of Equalization and Assessment, for the state's 600 as­ sessors. NOTICE TO THE PARTY The Indian Party Caucas will be held , at the Municipal Building, Mount Kisco, Tuesday, February 18, 8:00 P.M.; for the purpose of nominating candidates for the Village Elections. $ By resolution of the Executive Committee: William Fletcher, Chairman Sponsored by Indian Party, Mount- Kisco Colorful Gardens Are '58 Prospect Flower lovers who gaze long ingly at the new offerings in seed catalogs will have several Ail- American selections to choose for their 1958 garden. Among them, says Prof: Ernest Schaufler of the New York State College of Agriculture, are a pe­ tunia, marigold, gladiola, and three roses. Number one favorite among an­ nual flowers, the petunia, this year has an Ail-American selection named \Maytime.\ Its main vir­ tues, says the Cornell floriculturist, are its good bloom size and color. It has large, single, light salmon- pink flowers which may be as much as three and one-half inches across \Maytime\ is about one foot high. Plants are apt to sprawl wider than they grow tall. Marigolds, this country's num­ ber three annual, is represented by an Ail-American strain called \Petite Marigolds.\ Professor Schaufler recommends them as edging plants because they grow only six to eight inches tall. Var­ ious companies will offer color choices such as gold and orange. Another All-American selection this year is the \Emperor\ glad­ iolus. It has rich purple petals and a white throat. A hybrid tea rose, \White Night\ also became an All-American selection.^ Outstanding character­ istic of the variety is that it re­ mains white till petal fall. The two other selections were floribundas, \Fusilier\ and \Gold Cup.\ Fu­ silier is a dark red double flower while Gold Cup is a good yeollow color. BOMB INJURES BOY YONKERS—A home-made bomb exploded Saturday and injured its maker, chemistry fan John Fen- ick, fourteen, of 56 Summit St. The boy took the bomb to a Nep- perhan Avenue vacant lot to ex­ plode it, police report. 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