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New Castle tribune. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1927-????, February 06, 1958, Image 7

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North WestcWer Times, Mt. Kisco, N. Y., Feb. 6, 1958 PAUL R. REYNOLDS of Hard-. scrabble Rd., Chappaqua, second from right, who was elected pres­ ident of the Westchester Citizens' Housing Council at the first meeting Tuesday night of last week in the White Plains offices of the Westchester County Coun­ cil of Social Agencies. Other of­ ficers elected at the same time are, left to right, Frederick Sun- dermann of Bedford, assistant treasurer; F. Richard Wolff of White Plains, vice president; and, at far right, Charles F. Har- ing of Scarsdale, vice president. Other officers, not in the picture, are the Rev. Hugh Morton of Yonkers, vice president; Harold M. Bailer of New Rochelle, treas­ urer; and Mrs. Albert Sichel of Mamaroneck, secretary. The Council is an outgrowth of the housing study recently com­ pleted by the Council of Social Agencies and is designed to \do something about\ the study's findings. Wayne Kelley Made Eagle Scout at Court of Honor Wayne Kelley became an Eagle Scout at the Court of Honor of Troop Two, Chappaqua' Boy Scouts, held at the First Congre­ gational Church Friday evening. He was presented by his brother, Woody, also an Eagle Scout. The award was made by Mark Whittle- ton, head of the boys' physical ed­ ucation department at the Horace Greeley High School. In the same court of honor Ron­ ald Wareham became a Life Scout, Craig Buchanan a Star Scout and four boys were ad­ vanced to first class rank. They are David Moodie, Thomas Allen, John Bogart and Phil Kirk. The dinner which preceded the ceremonies, an annual affair, was attended by a hundred or more scouts and their parents. Presen­ tation of awards made up the evening's program, which was ar­ ranged by Program Chairman Thomas Allen, Mrs. Thelma Kirk was in charge of dinner arrange­ ments. Second class rank was given to the following boys; Roger Hamil­ ton, Colby Leyden, Russell Har- rell, Bruce Hoeft, Noel Smith, Charles Avery, Bruce Bell, Greg­ ory Schipa, Jeremy Lang, and Wil­ liam Travis. Edward McKelvey and Rusty HarreU qualified as tenderfoot Scouts. Merit badges were awarded as follows: Craig Buchanan, fireman- ship and home repairs; Tom Al­ len, swimming and firemanship; John McKelvey, swimming; Arch­ ie Allen, life saving, pioneering; Ronald Wareham, painting, fish­ ing, safety and life saving; Wil­ liam Heath, firemanship; David Moodie, swimming; Robert Acker- man, swimming; David Willis, firemanship; Sandy McCoy, fire­ manship; Scott Luttmann, swim­ ming, public speaking, citizenship in community, nature, and art; Wayne Kelley, safety, camping, public health, animal industry and public speaking; Sam Carrier, public speaking; Woody Kelley, agriculture and animal industry; Howard Spendelow, public speak­ ing; Ronald Wareham, home re­ pairs. Wayne Kelley, recipient of the Eagle Scout honor, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Kelley of Lawrence Farms South. Scoutmaster for Troop Two is David Buchanan, with Robert Ack- erman as Troop committee chair­ man. George McCoy gave the boys a \pep talk\ on selling tickets for the Country Fair which will be held Feb. 15 at the Robert E. Bell School. This is the fund-raising project of Troop Two for which Mr. McCoy and \Dutch\ Holland are co-chairman of a father's committee. GPL Suspends NJ Operations; Area Plant to Handle Them Manufacture of Simplex motion' picture theatre projectors, sound systems and associated accessor­ ies will begin in the plants of General Precision Laboratory in Pleasantville according to 1 an­ nouncement by James W. Murray, GPL president. At the same time Mr. Murray stated that all manufacturing oper­ ations of GPL's subsidiary, Sim­ plex Equipment Corp., (former­ ly International Projector Corp), in Bloomfield, N.J. will be suspended effective March 31. GPL is a sub­ sidiary of General Precision Equip­ ment Corp. Mr. Murray said: \This step will bring production of Simplex equipment into closer proximity to GPL's extensive research and de­ velopment facilities which in re­ cent years have contributed mater­ ially to the leadership of Simplex products.\ He added that GPL personnel were responsible for the design and production of the first systems for Cinemascope projection and for stereophonic sound as wll as the \curved gate\ and the recent­ ly introduced \fast intermittent movement\ for projectors. The Simplex headquarters and a number of key Simplex engineer­ ing and sales personnel are being transferred to Pleasantville, Mr. Murray stated. \The continued leadership of Simplex projector and sound sys­ tems in the motion picture theatre field is our objective and we be­ lieve this move will assure that result,\ Mr. Murray concluded. The full line of current Simplex equipment, as well as parts for earlier models of Simplex equip­ ment will continue to be available for immediate delivery through the 27 branches of National The­ atre Supply Co., another member of the GPL group. Auto-Dine equipment, an elec­ tronic ordering system for drive- in restaurants, formerly manufac­ tured by Simplex, will also be •manufactured # by GPL in Pleas­ antville. Mrs. Artwick Feted At Stork Shower A stork shower in honor of Mrs. Alex Artwick of Armonk State Road, Bedford, was held on Mon­ day evening at the home of Mrs. Leonard Ackley of Adams Street, Bedford Hills, and given by Mrs Roland Sivigny and Mrs. Daniel Ryan, both of Bedford Hills. Guests included Mrs. John Red- dy Sr., Mrs. Clarence Lippencott, Mrs. Carrie Ackley, Miss Joan Ryan and Miss Patricia Ryan, all of Bedford Hills; Mrs. Joseph Pro- greske, Mrs. John Ferguson and Mrs. Victor Mead, of Bedford; Mrs. Joseph Lennon of Oneonta, Mrs. Edward Trommer and daugh­ ters, Misses June and Betty Trom­ mer, of Yorktown. Teachers Go To Institute On Reading Attending the Temple University Annual Reading Institute held in Philadelphia last week were four teachers in the Chappaqua schools and a local resident who teaches in Katonah. Mrs. Dorothy Wakelee and Mrs. Rose Moore, first and second g^ade teachers at Roaring Brook School; Mrs. Trenna. Turner, sixth grade teacher at the Robert E. Bell School; and Rex Thrasher, social studies teacher at Horace Greeley High School, all attended the five-day Institute as delegates from the Chappaqua school sys­ tem. Mrs. Spencer Olson of Mill­ wood Rd., who teaches remedial reading in the Katonah schools, was a delegate from her school system. The Institute, an annual affair for 15 years, attracted more than 400 delegates from many parts of the United States and Canada, as well as other foreign countries. It is sponsored by Temple Uni­ versity's Reading Clinic, headed by Dr. E. Elona Sochor. Fea­ tured speakers included Dr. Lew Kanner, director of the Children's Psychiatric Services of John Hop­ kins University; Dr. Ullin W. Leavell, director of the McGuffey Reading Clinic of the University of Virginia; and Stuart Chase,, widely known author. your nest sort of crowded? Build Junior a room all his own ... in th« attic or on th« porch. If h«'s not so cramped for space he may even keep his things in order. With our PLANKWELD Knotty Pine paneling you can do the job youcself. Eight foot by l6'/ 2 \ planks come pre-finished, ready to install with metal clips. No furring needed. W« will help you plan the job and explain financing. Pheiw ROgart 9 -2650 for a fro* at homo extlmato. PlankWftld Knotty Pine Paneling (for an 8' x 12' wall) only $63.00 PUTNAM VALIEY Lumbtr & Supply Corporation MANVIlt! tOAD • tOOftS +, PLEASANTVILLE. NEW OtaspPMoe KlBCO 1 Open weekdays 'til 4 :30; Saturdays all morning. Cub Pack 57 Meets, Hears About Africa Cub Scouts of Chappaqua Pack No. 57 and their parents held their regular meeting Friday night at the Robert E. Bell School. Theme for the meeting was \Africa.\ The cubs put on skits and exhibitions, and then saw slides on a recent trip to Africa taken and described by William Beatty of Morton PL Mr. Beatty was on a business trip for the Chase Manhattan Bank to a half dozen or more African countries, returning just before Christmas On this trip he visited an African game farm and various well known scenic spots, including Vic toria Falls. He brought back with him numerous souvenirs which he showed to the cubs. Mr. Beatty expects to take another trip to Africa, visiting different countries, this spring. Leslie Potter is cubmaster of the pack, with Donald Kellogg as­ sisting. 'SOFT-HATRED' NAME Julia is a Latin name for \soft- haired.\ Reynolds Elected President Of Citizens' Housing Council Paul R. Reynolds of Chappaqua was elected president of the West­ chester Citizens' Housing Council Inc., which held its first meeting Tuesday night of last week in the offices of the Westchester County Council of Social Agencies, White Plains. Citizens' Housing Council is an outgrowth of the housing study re­ cently completed by the County Council of Social Agencies and is designed to \do something about\ the study's findings, Reynolds said. Other officers elected were Charles F. Haring Jr. of Scars- dale, The Rev. Hugh Q. Morton of Yonkers, and F. Richard Wolff of White Plains, vice presidents: Harold M. Bailer of New Rochelle, treasurer; Frederick Sundermann of Bedford Village, assistant treas­ urer; and Mrs. Albert A. Sichel of Mamaroneck, secretary. James Bird Society To Hear Talks On Insects Dernell Every and Rodney B. Johnson of Pleasantville will be the speakers at Members' Night of the Saw Mill River Audubon Society on Friday, Feb. 14, at 8:15 p.m. in the Pleasantville High School Cafeteria. Mr. Every, well-known amateur entomologist, will speak on \Lo­ cal Insects Common and Uncom­ mon\ which he has sub-titled, \Bugs? You Gotta Be to Like 'Em!\ Mr. Johnson, who has had many years of experience explor­ ing caves, will talk on \Spelunk­ ing in Underground Playgrounds.\ Mr. Every and Mr. Johnson are members of Saw Mill River Audu­ bon Society. Both talks will be il­ lustrated with slides. Those to be shown by Mr. Every are from the collection of the Photographic So­ ciety of America, supplied through Ludwig Kramer of the Pleasant­ ville Cottage School. Mr. Kramer is also a member of Saw Mill Riv­ er Audubon Society. The slides to illustrate Mr. Johnson's talk were taken by himself. A field trip to Tobay Bird Sanc­ tuary, 2 miles east of Jones Beach, Long Island, is planned for Saturday, Feb. 22, or Sunday, Feb. 23. Shore birds should be found in abundance. This will be an all day trip. Information as to time and starting point may be obtain­ ed from the Society's president, Joseph A. Malone, ROgers 9-0804. Lester L. Walsh, member of the Society and well-known field orni­ thologist, will lead the trip. New members in January were Graham W. Miller, Pleasantville, and Mrs. Charles E. Hart, Harts- dale. Naw Castle Tribune, Chappaqua, N. Y., February 6, 1958 K. Page of Bedford was appointed chief counsel. Reynolds, who was' first vice- chairman of the County Council's committee on housing and' chair­ man of its procedure committee, is a nationally prominent literary agent. He is the author of '.Writing Trade\ and many technical arti­ cles dealing with the problems of writing. He is director, of the Coun­ ty Council and was its designee to the committee which formed the housing council. A .native of West-! Chester, he is a son of the late Mrs. Paul Revere Reynolds, a charter member of the Westches­ ter Recreation Commission and a member of the State Board of Social Welfare. Builder Named Haring, a prominent Westches­ ter builder, is regional vice-pres­ ident cf the National Association of Home Builders. He is past pres­ ident and currently chairman of the board of directors of the Home Builders Association of Westches ter. The Rev. Dr. Morton, pastor of the Church of the Redeemer in Yonkers, is past - president of the Yonkers Social Planning Council Mr. Wolff, a real estate broker and appraiser, is president of the Westchester County Realty Board. Mr. Bailer is controller of the Rayco Manufacturing Company, and is active in numerous civic associations Mr. Sundermann, a vice-president of the National Bank of Westches­ ter, is treasurer of the Westches ter Chapter, American Red Cross Secretary Mrs. Sichel is a member of the Mamaroneck Board of Education and past president of the Parent- Teacher Association in Mamaro­ neck. R. Eugene Curry of Armonk, was chairman of the nominating committee. Other directors are Frederick G. Frost, Jr., Bronxville; Morris E. Lasker and Malcolm G. Duncan, Chappaqua; ^Robert Beckley and Mrs. Kenneth W. Greenawalt, of Hartsdale; Charles W. Newmark, Mamaroneck; Mrs. Fred E. Baer and Salvatore Quaranta, Mt. Vern­ on; Mrs. Harry K. Gutmann, New Rochelle; Seymour M. Arkawy and Mrs. William O. Eisele, Peekskill; E. Monroe O'Flyn, Pound Ridge; Frederick P. Clark, Rye; Edwin A. de Lima and Mrs. Guy Henle, Scarsdale; Charles Robinson, Tar- rytown; Albert E. Berkely, R. E. Digney, Edward P. Dowdall, Ed­ ward J. Hughes, Myron S. Isaacs, and Albert W. Lockyer, of White Plains; and Curtis F. McClane, Yonkers. GREATER SAFETY for valu­ ables. Here Mrs. Dorothy John­ son of the Chappaqua National Bank tries the keys on another \nest\ of safe deposit boxes which were installed at the bank Monday morning. Representa­ tives of the Mosler Safe Co., Vince Costigan at left and N. McKellar at right, made the in­ stallation necessitated by a greater demand for boxes. This group of 100 brings the total number of boxes to - over 1000. When the new vault was install­ ed several- years ago provision was made for .two more \nests.\ —Photo by George Haas Verdict Held In Trial of Driver-> 16 Decision was reserved Tuesday night in New Castle Police Court after trial of a sixteen-year-old youth on three traffic violations. The youth, Louis J. Polcari of Rt. 100, Millwood, is charged with using a junior operator's license after dark, driving without lights and driving an unregistered vehi­ cle. Testimony showed that Polcari drove on a public highway for only a short distance. His attorney, Stanley M. Estrow of Stillwater Hills, said this constituted merely a technical violation. Justice of the Peace Morris Lasker told the attorney to submit citations indicating that this would absolve the youth of guilt. Speeding fines amounting to $75 were collected. Two were $25 each. TO PREACH SUNDAY The Rev. Kenneth E. Hoover, pastor of the Pleasantville Method­ ist Church, will preach Sunday morning at U o'clock on \The Kingdom Beyond Cast.\ Mr. Hoo­ ver is expected back today, Thurs­ day, after attending the three-day Bishops Area Retreat at Buck Hill Falls, Pa. DEDUCTIONS If you pay by check, they are alt listed on your stubs where it's easy to figure your income tax quickly and accurately. And if you don't have a checking account you would be wise to open one before another week goes by. Stop inl The Chappaqua NATIONAL BANK Open Monday thru Friday 8-2; FriUay Evening, 6-7:S0 North Ca »tJ« Offlc« Main Offic« rylt ^Kisco Rd, lj i S, Greeie^ Ayei; ARmonk VilUge;;S^3p8| XHafJpaqUa U088p Chappaqua Friends Attend Purchase Quarterly Meeting The Friends Quarterly Meeting for this area was held at the Pur­ chase Meeting House last Sunday with a program beginning at 9:45 a.m. and continuing through the afternoon. Chappaqua Friends attending were Mary Ellen Grafflin, who was clerk of the Junior Quarterly Meeting; Mrs. John Lindenthaler, who was in charge of the Junior program; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schwarz and their children Phil, Andy and Nancy; Mrs. J. Skeels, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Volckhausen, Mrs. Ray Trullinger, Miss Mary Reeves, Mr. and Mrs. J. Vande- roef, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hutchi­ son, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sutton and George Hall. At the Junior Meeting two mo­ vies were shown: Danny Kaye at the United Nations, and the Unit­ ed Nations and What It Does. A Bible Study of the \Records of the Life of Jesus\ led by John Steer of the Stamford Meeting, was, followed by worship service and a business session. After a basket luncheon, with* dessert and coffee served to the group, colored slides were shown and a talk was given by Jane Rittenhouse of Wilmington, Del., formerly a teacher in the Friends' Girls' School, Tokyo, who spoke on \Friends' Work in Japan\. leyj Roads Plague Area Motorists icy roads Friday morning in New Castle were responsible for a number of accidents, and Town police were kept'busy answering telephoned reports about danger­ ous road conditions. Two cars met head-on on Crow Hill Rd., Mount Kisco, when a car driven by Arthur A. Brophy, sixty-seven, of Dogwood Rd„ Kisco Park, passing a parked car, col­ lided with another driven by John F. Murphy, thirty-eight, • of Crow Hill Rd. Margaret Brophy, thirty- three, received a bruised right hand, and the Brophy car was towed away. A car driven along Station Rd., Millwood, by Howard L. Franks of 67 Ludlow Dr., Chappaqua, skidded, according to police rec­ ords, ' into one driven by Charles H. Bohlen of 201 Millwood Rd. and damaged the left side of the Boh­ len car. Mr. Bohlen received lac­ erations of the left wrist, and lac­ erations and contusions of the left leg. John M. Stebbins of 153 Devoe Rd. reported to police that when he was driving north on Bedford Rd., near the Reader's Digest, he skidded and lost control of his car. The car struck and broke a hy­ drant and a water main. Joan Salvatore of 15 Chestnut Hill Ave., White Plains, told New Castle police that a car driven by Harriet De Felice of Roaring Brook Rd. backed out of the Gree­ ley Garage into the rear door of her car. Other reports of accidents that morning were from Albert Cha- leski of 57 Bedford Rd., who told police that his car slid into one driven by James S. Lester of 604 Quaker Rd., on King St. Nearby, at about the same time, the police were notified that a car driven by Mario Brontoli of Peekskill skidded into a row of hemlocks on the Guinzburg property. Calls' were received at police headquarters about dangerous ice and snow on Castle Rd., King St., the Millwood-Kisco road, Seven Bridges Rd. and Armonk Rd. BAPTIZED Nancy Ruth McNicholl, daugh­ ter of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton W. McNicholl was baptized on Sun­ day, Jan. 26, in St. Andrew's Church, Yorktown Heights. COLONY OF NORWAY Bouvet Island (area 22 square miles) is a south Atlantic Ocean colony of Norway. Valentines for Everyone FROM COMIC TO SWEETLY SENTIMENTAL. FOR HER PERFUMES COLOGNES MANICURE SETS SOAPS LIGHTERS FOR HIM SHAVING LOTIONS ELECTRIC RAZORS LIGHTERS CIGARS CANDIES SALTED NUTS APPROPRIATELY SIFT WRAPPED MIXED OR ASSORTED DOUBLE K KING STREET ^'PrJ^pfPerspn&iz^if: ^Prescription \'Service?*^ lio 1-1000 r

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