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-Mi For Bu\%ne - * Renting or Hiring Use the Want Ads Foi Quick, Economical Results TO PLACE YOUR, WANT AD .. . PHOtfE MOunt Kisco 64133 or CHappaqua 1-0020 /Classified Ads MUST BE PLACED BEFORE 9:30 A.M. on Tuesday Cars, Trucks and Trailers l-M ADAMS MOTORS CO. DODGE , PLYMOUTH MT KISCO. N. Y. 1-13C AUSTIN, 1956. 4 door sedan. 23,000 miles, $925; excellent, will trade for bigger car. WH 8-8681. 1-13C — BUICK '55 Roadmaster; convertible fully powered, equipped, grey, red up holstery, top shape; WE 7-3138. 1-13C BUICK '56 Special unmarked and per feet. mu«t sacrifice to pay med-school tuition; $1300 or best offer. Call GR 6-1337 1-13C — BUICK 1954 SUPER RIVIERA EXCELLENT CONDITION MUST SELL. TE 5-0273 1-13C CADILLAC '52 Coupe de Ville. good shape, reasonable. IRvington 9-4337 be tween 6 and 7:30 P M. 1-13C CADILLAC '53 Coupe, fully equipped low mileage, perfect corfdition Inspect­ ed. Many extras $1,300. WH 9-1082. 1-13C CHRYSLER 300, 1955: 2 door hardtop, like new: asking $2500: low mileage. MO Vernon 7-8919 eves. 1-13C CADILLAC 1957 Fleetwood executive car, dark blue. 5000 mi , cost S6 600, Sacrifice $4500. PE 8-1369 after 6 P.M. 1-13C FORD '52 late. 4 door Fordomatic. 1 owner, new slir covers, transmission, 1 paint job. quick sale 5325. MO 7-7061 • 1-13C FORD truck 1954: cab over engine, model C-600, 8 cyl. 12 ft aluminum body by BROWN: good condition; body like new. YO 9-6719. 1-13C FORD '57. Fairlane 500; fully equipped, 9 mo. old; $2,100. RY 7-9814 1-13C FORD 1957 Fairlane. \500\ 4 door, equipped, power steering. 1 owner, low ml. $2200. GR 6-0762 after 5 30 P M 1-13C 1957 Fiat 1100, like new, white walls, $1350 WE 9-5610 between 6 & 7 P M 1-17 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL — late '47, '52. Cadillac engine, excellent mechani­ cal condition. OW 8-4880 Mon-Sat 9 A.M. 5 P.M. OW 8-5359 eves. 1-13C • OLDSMOBILE '56 \98\ convertible, white, red leather, all power equipment, see at Larkin Plaza Garage, 22 Larkin Plaza, Yonkers. TR 7-2411 after 6. 1-13C \OLDS 98—1953 4 door power brakes, steering; 36.000 mi, white walls, 1 own­ er, A-l condition, See at Chatsworth Garage, Larchmont: or TE 4-3176, 6 to 8 p.m. or Circle 6-2700 1-13C VOLKSWAGON AUTHORIZED DEALER JIM McGLONE CRoton 1-4745 Albany Post Rd. at Harmon Station l-M WALLACE J SCOTT JR. (SCOTT-WILLYS) Willys Jeeps - Sales - Parts & Service Route 100 Wilson 1-8660 Boats - Service Accessories 6-13C A 22' CHRIS-CRAFT, sea skiff '56 model, perfect condition, fully equipped plus extras; $2500; Fischer's Marine Service, Town Dock Rd., New Rochelle. 6-13C 1956 CHRIS CRAFT 27' Fly bridge, cruiser, sleeps 4, dinette, extras; moor­ ing; fast, little used WE 9-1209 6-13C EXCELLENT COMFORTABLE 26'x9' Gaff Yawl. 15 h.p. Evjnrude. in water storage. Ready to go. $2500. RYe 7-4110 6-13C LIVE ABOARD — 40' Cruiser, per­ manent home; heatf refrigeration, dinghy, extras. 32,850. In %vater. Stam­ ford. Mr. Lewis, weekdays, CHelsea 3-0020 Help Wanted Female I Employment Agen., Female 11-13C Houses For Sale 13-TF BOOKKEEPER exp'd. for progressive GRIFFINS EMPLOYMENT AGENCY modern office, excellent working condi- Help furnished ,by day, week, month tions in pleasant surroundings, call 31 Manle Ave * lvrn R-AC 33 -M pleasant surroundings, call 131 Maple Ave RO 9-1300 for interview. ROSEDALE Nurseries. Inc. Hawthorne, N.Y 11-13C DENTAL ASSISTANT TYPING, EXP'D PREFERRED YONKERS OFFICE, YO 3-6830 11-13C Miscellaneous For Sale 16-13C CHAPPAQUA A. T. HOULIHAN. INC. MO Kisco 6-4902 139 King St. Chappaqua ' 33-13C HARRISON — new 2 family 5 and 4 Dental Secretary, Scarsdale office, ex- rooms; near schools, R.R., shopping. $26,000 TE 5-0957 ALWAYS fresh turkeys, capons, broil- 33-13C ers, eggs. Homemade pies, salads to KATONAH — 5 room house, excellent order. WITZELS — LAkeland 8-4255. location, near schools, churches, shop- 16—M - ping, transit, low taxes. $15,750. rellent opportunity for exp'd girl. Write Add a fresh touch of white to your CEntral 2-4617 Box WCP 536, this newspaper. Spring wardrobe. BIB & TUCKER, Mt. 33-13C HOUSEWIFE 11 ' 13C 77^,7^ n Kisco has a n original collection, in KATONAH — Unique converted harn-11 AFTERNOONS CAR REQUIRED MOTHER]various sizes, of collars and dickies in large rooms, 2 baths, garage V; acre, crisp piques and dainty organdies. hear schools, R R. $29,000. CE 2-3794. 16-M , — 33-13C • A. A. A. FURNITURE BARGAINS NO. YONKERS — modern 2 family. 4 Thu «= n.n . G E wSi r er SamPlUS ^ Trade - Ins ' room each '- residential, comenientlv lo- tomers in vicinity. Cha r ano ttoman bed S65.00 33 -l!}C MOW THRU SATURDAY 8S££%F^= fES ^ F SSP^u^\^ For convenient appointment caH I N ^T^if^^ f se \' ^ WH 9-8200; RO 9-0109 £%c S 2S| E$^c ^F ! I ° ™«™^<?™* acres.Street 6 room » L -udcn carriage 5 s>50 Dutch Colonial, garage, oil. $18,500. US GAL NOTIOB ask for Mr Browne. 11-13 LIBRARIAN-general or children's. MT. KISCO FURNITURE - brokers protected: Terms. TE 4-3630. Next to A & P MOunt Kisco 6-8018 33-13C full _ 16-M . THORNWOOD $18,000 or part time, small friendly community, ANTIQUES bought, sold and restored. 3 bedroom, pine living room, fireplace upper Westchester State fully training Pennsylvania Dutch in stock\. Paul Hil- Taxes $250. Owner. RO 9-5087. and experience. Write Box 30 this news- brfch, behind paper. ~ Bedford Hills. —11-27 Emmadlne Restaurant. MO 6-8276. 16-M MATRON (1) and CLEANER (1) Apply D. W. Kofoed. 130 Main st. Mt. Kisco 11-13C —- NURSE REGISTERED ambulatory pa­ tients, rapid turnover. Presbyterian Hos­ pital Convalescent Home, King St. Portl Chester WE 9-1213 COW AND HORSE MANURE Also Top Soil and Cord Wood Tel. MOunt Kisco 6-5995 16-13C DINING ROOM SET, 9 PIECES EXCELLENT CONDITION $125 ROGERS 9-2137 16-13C 11-13C Do operators Business Industrial Property • 34-13C HARRISON — 1 story building, for lease; 4.000 sq. ft. 1 block from Rail­ road: good location, suitable for office or store $6,000 per yr. TE 5-1S00 34-13C it yourself Electronic garage door NEW ROCHELLE — 5000 ft. heated ators, guaranteed 1 yr. $150. in- building; offices: with adjoining 5000 ft. SECRETARY-STENO. exp'd.. some en- stalled. $185; convert your swinging enclosed parking area; reasonable rent, gineering and-or sales background, good doors to overhead type. NE 6-2800, Mr KAGAN, Brokers invited opportunity new project, permanent, PAT MEEHAN ARmonk 3-8443 salary open, YO 9-4400 11-13C 16-13C GAS STOVE — combination gas heater excellent SECRETARY to busy executive; capable ^,^ 8e - 1 A ls ? r ? diat °- r of assuming responsibilities, exp'd. in conditlon - ME 1 \ 6 1 6 36 after 5. Lots, Farms, Acreage 35-13C ALLURING lake front home site only drug cosmetic field preferred, salary T 16 Cf 3C , , Vi mVs - Peekskill Sta. $300 DOWN commensurate with abilitv Call Robert m '*J Magnovox. blond finish. 3 speed takes scenic 100x200: private 45 acre Curley Ltd. Mt. Vernon MO 4-1900 H £?jL?I a . yer \ , A -M_.and F.M.^ $170; crystal Lake. WH 8-5787. 35-13C - 11-13C WOMEN to verify service appointments by tele- 1 t 1 1 T I I I ~r phone from your own home 1 to 2 hrs. Marble lableS and I ODS Q Ho,,- color, H-'rlt a Tin*, TV/~\D C/lyl . . _ . ' \Eldridge\ sewing machine console $40; 20\ fan. 2 speed $12. ME 1-4637. 16-13C a day: salar> this newspaper. Write Box WCP 544 Help Wanted. Male 12-17 BODY SHOP. First class body man. ,,., TT T TA , T , • „ 4in -y„7, Combination Excellent salary Many WILLIAM A. KING. INC. WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE 1000 pieces; finest Italian marble. FARBIA MARBLE IMPORTS. N.Y C. 1 223 Lexington Ave. (33d> LE 2-48751 16-M — MULTICOLORED VERMONT SLATE FLAGSTONE—IRREGULAR SHAPES KA 4-0500 benefits. See Service Manager. Chevrolet. Larchmont N.Y 12-13C Hory aS-M CASUALTY ADJUSTOR experience necessary in auto \and gen­ eral liability, personal injury claims, Bronx territory. FL 2-0808. 12-27 • CLEANER (D and GROUNDSMAN (1) Apply P. W. Koford 130 Main St . Mt. Kisco 12-13C FURNITURE FINISHER — EXP'D. 34 South Lexington Ave. WHite Plains 9-3679 12-13C MAN SHORT ON CASH—LONG ON TIME NEW — USED — RENTALS Refrigerators — Ranges Dishwashers — Water Heaters Automatic Washers — Radios Television Sets MT. KISCO APPLIANCE CENTER BRICCETTI'S MOunt Kisco 6-6453 16-M • HAWTHORNE — 100'xl00' suitable for a home $3,000. Fine residential. RO 9-3185 - 35-13C IRVINGTON — 1-3 acre, utilities, view trees, hrook. Walk station, schools, shop­ ping. $3000. IR 9-1324 35-13C WESTCHESTER LOT 100x150 PINE BROOK RD. NEW ROCHELLE $5500 TE 5-1800 Wanted Real Estate 37 -M List your property with us Clients waiting I NICHOLAS FILARDI WH 6-4090 Business Opportunities • 38-13C Gas Station for Lease NEW SPRING PRICES Silks SI.29 Woolens $2.98 Yardstyle MOunt Kisco 6-6186 FROM MAJOR OIL COMPANY 16-27C modern 2 bay. parking available. Tarry- Pianos. Organs. Hardman & Chickering. town Rd. & Knollwood Ave. Grands like new. Sacrifice. Steinway ELMSFORD S295. Studio $275. Upright $75. Barnett Approx. $4000 cash required 62 Main St. WHite Plains 8-4880. Stock and equipment PHONE 16-M Miss Carillo. 9 A.M. — 10 A M. SC 5-3000 WALLACE J SCOTT JR. 38-13C SCOTT-WILLYS MODERN restaurant and bar. fully Authorized Dealer for Gravely equipped, opposite race track, good in We have Just the thing for Man or .SMALL TRACTORS & EQUIPMENT come , $8000 required. YO 9-9031 Woman who has afternoons free Monday Route 100 „ ^ Ilson 1 \ 4660 M . thru Saturaay. and has a car. We offer ——J 16 :\ ^, , v ,„. PRINTING BUSINESS profitable, long you the opportunity to turn your spare I 0°/ H SCOUNT established, owner retiring; write Box time into useful cash by working for „ „ /» tT , 1 , „ WCP 531. this newspaper. yourself. You would deliver, newspapers on a11 Tovs - Wagons, Tricycles. Use 38-13C - F —- T \'— -~ ~ REFRIGERATOR - - fur and garment I storage vaults for rent, lowsst Insurance Irate OWens 8-3600 to carrier boys, retailstores and \handle\ our L T*' W ?L P l a ™ LE C E 1|^ Q 51 S ° home delivery by car. For appointment Moger Ave.. MOunt Kisco 6-5549 call Mr. Browne. WH 9-8200; RO 9-0108 • . „ : or SCarsdale 3-3010. p e f S . LlVeStOCk Supplies 12-13C ; 18-13C ROOFERS, sidewalk mechanics, exp'd.. A Da i ma tion. German Shepherd. Irish only 38 yrs.. business. Several em T SeiterSi others =»Central-Westchester Hu< ployees with us over 2o yrs. Hex Roof- manp m P o* mr^-t^-* ing Co., 1012 Saw Mill River Rd. Yonkers ,e ' YO 3-1166 9A, Elmsford. 18-13C Mortgages - Loans Investments 39-13C Westchester County's Greatest Market Place YOUR ECONOMICAL WANT AD GOES INTO MORE THAN 155,000 HOMES Nowhere else — can you obtain - so much profitable service for so little money, time and effort on your part When selling, renting, hiring or trading—place your Want Ad message where it will be seen— and acted upon promptly. THE NINE DAILIES AND THREE WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS BLANKET THE ENTIRE COUNTY —REACHING INTO SEVEN OUT OF TEN HOMES DAILIES YONKERS ' MT. VERNON _ NEW ROCHELLE MAMARONECK . PORT CHESTER . WHITE PLAINS . TARRYTOWN OSSINING PEEKSKILL Herald Statesman Dally Argus — Standard Star , Daily Times Daily Item Reporter Dispatch Daily News _ Citizen Register Evening Star (Affilated) WEEKLIES MT. KISCO CHAPPAQUA BRONXYILLE.-EASTCHESTER North Westchester Times New Castle Tribune Review Press & Reporter MOUNT KISCO 6-4133 CH/IPPSQM 1-0020 Committers: Phon* our Manhattan office *t MU 5-8878. It's located at Room- 5622, Grand Cerittal Terminal Building. New York 17, N. Y. Central Station'! lower lepel take 1051 -from the apex level use the From Grand Cent: near Track Track 23. the elevator elevator near BOXER obedience classes, start Wed.., March 12th 7 P M. Ramp. Yonkers. non-profit. Blanche Saunders training director, call SCarsdale 3-7237. 18-13C BUSINESS LOANS Quick Action — Mortgages Bought County Industrial Corn WH 6-2222 39-13C !52000-2nd mortgages 6 p c. interest. Will GOLDEN RETRIEVER Pups. 7 weeks nL e ^L^ S ^Zn^ VnZn^°& AKC. Champion Bred, for bench and Civic Investors MOunt Vernon 8 \ 6116 field, call eves., J. Howell PE 8-1143 18-13C POODLES — French miniature females, pedigreed, AKC healty, inoculated ready I to take. WH 8-7761. Business Service 41-M Wanted To Buy 19-27C JACK HARGROVE'S MOVING and LIGHT TRUCKING. Cellars and Attli-s cleaned Call MOunt Kisco 6-5812 41-27C jA-1 landscaping, gardening, maintenance masonry. Free Estimates. Clean, guar Mr A uJL^ a °%o & w g , ans « an ^ d *,SS£?- Unteed jobs. Vinicio Curzio Contractor Mr. Barnett, 62 Main Street, WHite / MO 7-\Sin2 Plains 8-4880; BE 7-1341 1 MU ' 19-27C I ALFRED COOPER buys furniture, an­ tiques, china, silver, jewelry, I rugs, painting, linens, bronzes. 25 Riverdale Ave. I9-13C 41-M | LAWTON ADAMS — SOMERS. N. X Sarm. Gravel, Fill. Top Soli Piano. Excavation- -Grading KAtonah 4-0175 41-27C 1920) YO 5-4075 HALL'S MOVING CO. (Estab. Interstaie and local moving, illtc .o^^<= i\>-<\ i.i«»n 's- storage, DON'T SACRIFICE antiques, works of Heavy hauling and rigging. Reasonable art. regardless condition. Estate pur- 66 M. ain St. YOnkers 3-8088 or 3-4002 chasers, appraisers since 1925. Mr. Al- 41-M pert WH 6-4189 NEED PRINTING? Send sample to the Suburban Press, 100 Main St., Armonjc, Wm. M. Hoffman, memoer Hammermill Guild of Printers. Phone AR 3-3444, 41-27C Child Care 20-13C RESPONSIBLE young family will board ONLY OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY child, 4 year old, at home; yard, good makes the \Overhead Door\ Sale-Serv food, nice neighborhood. WH 8-7915 • ice. Call MOunt Vernon 4-9120. OPEN SAT. 9 TILL NOON Room and Board F0R Y0UR CONVENIENCE • 41-M • 23A-M STORAGE, remodeling expert work. Rea- REAL HOME. Lady taking guests. Ex- 1 sonable prices. Chappaqua Tailor & Fur- cellent table. Beautiful, convenient. El-|rler^53 King St. CHappaqua 1-0414. derly guests preferred. NE 2-2018. Apartments Unfurnished 25-20 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF TAX SALE VILLAGE OF MOUNT KISCO NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that . APT. - three large rooms In modern „ . .. „„„ . „ „„, new home Available April 1st. .Call Pursuant to Section 119 of the Village MOunt Kisco 6-8124 Lavv 01 the State of New York, and a 25-13C resolution of the Board of Trustees of HASTINGS ON HUDSON, modern 314 %\ Villa gf S '-J^iJ£?™' th d ° P «!fi« rooms, overlooking Hudson. 3 lovely ex- F *™ary 3. 19o8,^ authorMng the sale posures. available^, pip. HA 5-2949 °f ^%gSVMt V SS. ^ LARCHMONT - 3% rooms, garden apt., ^\f^'J^ l 5'Mn ^W^f^ni sublease April 1st or earlier, §95. er of the ViUage of Mount Kisco will TF A fiwi nftAr 7 n m sel l at public auction «t the front door iiu 4 bD/i alter 1 pjn^ of the Corporation - Building on East Main MT. VERNON 30 Cottage Ave. sublet Street in the Village of Mount Kisco, 1 2% yrs.. 6 room apt.. 1V4 baths. 5180 Westchester County, New. York on the mo., elevator bldg.. OWens 9-3966 \»> da / ° r Mar ?h. M08 at ten o'clock iniu., v. vi. 25.1.3c '— ^ n 016 forenoon, the tax liens oh certain PORT CHESTER, 3'4 rooms, private Ian £s and tenements in said village, if terrace, complete kitchen plus dish- 8U ,ch taxes and assessments, together washers-5125.50 WE 7-3447 wi* interest Mid penalties thereon, be 25-13C not P^d to the Villa ge Treasurer of the PORT CHESTER- 57 Clinton St. 6 room VUtege of Mount Kisco, on or befpn modern apt., duplex home, near transit, th? time of such sale. WE 9-8786 Sald Property will be sold to the per 25-13C son or persons or Corporation submit- WHITE PLAINS — 40 Barker Ave. S% ^n? * bid of the lowest rate of Interest room. apt. air conditioned, walking dis- ^hlph rate of interest shaU not exceed tance. business, shopping. WH 6-0757 twelve per cent for said respective lots, __L______L 25-13C • pieces or parcels of land, and for which WHITE PLAINS* \The Sulgrave\ 3% a transfer of tax lien will be executed room Garden apt. Occupanqy May 1, f«<} deUvered to such purchaser by the $135. WH 8-5749; eves or weekends.: V age Treasurer, as provided by said Village Law. The lowest bid that will be accepted for said respective lots, Apartments Furnisne.a p leces ° r p ar , cel s t of '^f wm be in an r ^ , amount equal to the tax plus Interest 26-17 ~ and penalties accrued thereon, pursuant YONKERS, 3 rooms, large foyer,, bath,, to law. to the date of the sale, and If private entrance, lovely outside patio; such amount Is not so bid, the said re­ consider unfurnished. YO 5-4973 • spective lots, pieces or parcels of land 26-M will be deemed to have been sold to 1-2-3 room furnished apts. Also furnished and purchased by the.Village, room. On bus line, near shopping.. Call The Treasurer will require from each MOunt Kisco 6-7772. purchaser of a tax lien at the time of such sale a deposit on account- of A Hfi *||HAHir r^MMnarMtiua Twenty-five per cent of the amount of AparrmenTSi WOOperaTIVe the tax lien purchased by him. The bal- —: 26A-13C- ance of said purchase price shall be IRVINGTON 2 bedrooms, garden type >paid to the Treasurer at hei 1 office not apt., walk transit, schools, shopping} later than ten (10) days from date of $104.50 mo. including utilities. Price sale. • $4,500 includes carpeting. ME 1-^770 NOTICE, IS FURTHER GIVEN, that ' ±= the said transfer of tax lien when Issued Rll«in<»« Plnrac tf%r Rant b >' the Village Treasurer as aforesaid. DUSinesa rmceS TOr K^nr g ha u be subject to all provisions as — -30-13C . ' ' provided- by said Village Law. eh- .NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that a BUSINESS BASEMENT, private „ ^ ^ £r ance . 900 sq. It. $100 mo. Tappan ZeeIdetailecf\staremenr and\ des'cripUorT'of Shnnnlncr ronton Gimf MP 1_1Q1 K •„ u„ _ » , ^ ,, parcels to be sold as herein provided, together with the* total sum for non- Shopping Center Supt. ME 1-1315 Q0-13C —— Doctor will share, office space, waiting payment ot which, a tax lien Is to be room.-Ideal location A In Eastchester; sold, Is printed In pamphlet \form which professional* Bldg. parking, WO 1-381,0 pamphlets* will be oh deposit at the <?f- ; r-r-r-, — 30-13C • — fice of the Treasurer and - or „ Village YONKERS — 260 -Valentine Lane^ and clerk of.,the Village of .Mount Kisco at So. Broadway 4V4 rooms,, .suitable..for >ihelr. office in the'Municipal'Building In dentist, etc., $125. supt. OXford-7-6740 'said Village, and any person,can receive ' '- ~- the same applying therefore during the W—..*.* A D an »: office hours of the \said Treasurer anS/or YVunrea lO ivenr . village Clerk on or after March 1st. 1958. , 31-iac ^— •• Signed - ALICIA M. BROOKS Adult family, 3 bedroom. house\<or es-. .„^> Treasurer. Itate cottage, Westchester — lower Conn. Dated - Feb. 24, 1958 iong^ lease $150''mo. NE 2-2817 .. y , l t . k 2-27{, 3-6; 13 T-3 NOTJCE OP SPECIAL DISTRICT MEETING. Central School District ' No. 4 of the Towns of New Castle-and' Mount Pleas­ ant, Westchester ' County, New York. The Board of Education of Central School District No. 4 of the Towns of, New Castle and Mount Pleasant,' West­ chester County, New York, HEREBY GIVES NOTICE that a Special Meeting' 1 .of the qualified voters of said District will be held at the Robert E. Bell School Building, Senter Street,' Chap­ paqua, Town of. New Castle, New York, In said School District, on\ th\e 15th day of March, 1958, at- 9:45 o'clock A.M., Eastern Standard Time*, for\the purpose of voting by ballot upon the .following proposition. Polls will be kept open for the receipt of ballots between .the hours of lO-.OO-o'clock A.M. and 7:00 o'clock P.M., Eastern Standard Time. Printed ballots will be prepared by the Bbard of Education. PROPOSITION NO. 1 Shall the following resolution be adopted, to wit: RESOLVED, that the Board of Educa­ tion of Central School District No. 4 of- the Towns of New Castle and*Mount Pleasant, Westchester County, JSTew York, is hereby authorized ,to acquire by purchase, or condemnation the fol­ lowing described piece or parcel of land, to. wit: ALL that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, situate, lying and being in the Town of New Castle, County of West­ chester and State of New York, \being more particularly bounded and de scribed as follows: BEGINNING at a point in the southerly line of King Street distant 899.62. feet as measured in an easterly direction along the southerly side of King Street from the point of intersection of the southerly side of King Street with the easterly side of Ridgevvood Terrace; running thence from said point of be­ ginning along the southerly line of King the following courses and dis­ tances: South 42 degrees 20' 00\ east 25.22 feet; south 42 degrees 25' 00\ east 65.45 feet; south 41\degrees 10' 10\ east 39.12 feet; south 57 degrees 59' 00\ east 52.99 feet; south 60 degrees 31' 50\ east 55.33 feet; south 58 degrees 10' 00\ east 38 99 feet; south 58 degrees 02' 00\ east 34.34 feet and south 61 degrees 59' 00\ east 85.85 feet to the north­ east corner of the parcel herein de- crlbed; running thence through land of Chappaqua Park, Inc. south 32 degrees 29' 20\ west 187.46 feet and south 7 degrees 09\ 10\ west 544 feef to the southeast corner of the parcel herein described; running thence along the southerly line of the parcel herein de­ scribed north 86 degrees 00* 00\ west 821 65 feet to the southwest corner of the parcel herein described; thence con­ tinuing through land of Chappaqua Park. Inc. north 30 degrees 33' 50\ east 870 51 feet and north 61 degrees 49' 20\ east 257.79 feet to the southerly line of King Street at the point and place of begin­ ning. TOGETHER with all right, tltie and interest Of Chappaqua Park. Inc. in and to King Street where it abuts the above described premises, to the center line thereof, and TOGETHER WITH a per­ petual easement for the purpose of constructing, Installing, maintaining, re­ pairing and replacing an underground lateral sewer main, from the westerly line of the above described property, at a point 257.79 feet as measured in a southwesterly direction from the point of intersection of the northwesterly line of the above described property, with the southerly line of King Street, over, under and through a strip of land ex­ tending from the westerly line of the above described parcel, to the easterly line of Rldgewood Terrace, the said easement to be locatd and described by metes and bounds in the Instrument of conveyance, and said easement to provide for access at all times for in­ stallation, maintenance, repair and re­ placement. SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING: 1. Any state of facts or changes in street line that an accurate survey or an Inspection of the premises might show, provided title is not rendered un­ marketable thereby. 2 Rights of New York Telephone Com­ pany and Consolidated Edison Company to install and maintain poles, wires, etc. - affects streets only, with right to trim trees. 3. Covenants and restrictions in deed dated February 17, 1913 from Sadie W. Quinby to Henry Zimmerman, recorded February 20. 1913 in Liber 2013 cp. 340. as an additional new school site, and the said Board of Education is hereby authorized to expend therefor a sum not exceeding SIXTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS (S65,000.) for the acquisition of said land The said land, as hereinabove de­ scribed, is hereby designated as an ad­ ditional new school site of the said District, and the said slim of SIXTY- FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($65,000.) is hereby appropriated for the purpose aforesaid, and the said sum of SIXTY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($65,000.) or so much thereof as may be neces sary, shall be raised by tax upon the taxable property of said School District and collected in annual installments as provided by Section 416 of the Educa­ tion Law; and. in anticipation of such tax obligations of said School District shall be issued. Dated at Chappaqua, New York February 3. 1958 BOARD OF EDUCATION OF CEN TRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT NO OF THE TOWNS OF NEW CASTLE AND MOUNT PLEASANT, WEST­ CHESTER COUNTY. NEW YORK By: FRANCIS K. DECKER President MARTHA M. GRANT District Clerk C 2-20-27-3-6-13 T-4 Hearing Set On Route 118 Relocation John W. Johnson, State Superin­ tendent 'of Public Works, today announced that- a public hearing would be held between 1 and -3 p. m. on Tuesday, April 8, in the Town Hall at Yorktown Heights, to consider a proposed highway construction project on Route 118 in Westchester .County. . • Superintendent Johnson pointed, out that Section 116 (c) of the Federal Highway Act (1956) pro­ vides that State HJghway Depart­ ments, in connection with* Sub­ mission of plans for a Federal-aid highway project may hold hear­ ings at which the effects of such construction can be publicly dis­ cussed. Transcripts of these hear- ^ , # ings are forwarded to the Federal ty% %i /Jiipn \j fWi Commissioner of Public Roads. M ^\XU\y (M .lL%JlA: A brief description of the pro­ ject follows: Reconstruction of about one mile r, m A - s f tartin f. at *f (Continued from Page 1) UnderMl Road intersection south - J y ' of Yorktown Heights and extend- School, with Professor Hale Wood­ ing northward on new location, by- rutf of New York University as passing the Yorktown Heights guest speaker, conclusions' were business section, to the Route 35 reached as to the purpose of art intersection. The new 'road will studies. These were outlined as have two concrete lanes. follows: for spiritual fulfillment, to The hearing will be conducted, develop tactile and visual sensitiv- under the general supervision of ities, to produce good art con Kurt G. Rauer, district engineer sumers, and to produce an aware- in charge of the Department's dis- ness of one's own potential trict office in Poughkeepsie. Writ- \Three'R 's\ Important ten statements for the official re- \The Emergency Science Curri cord may also be filed with Mr. culum\ was the topic discussed in Rauer within five days of the the^ science section, .with John P hearing. New. Castle Tribune, Chappaqua, N. Y., March 13, f95$\^. New Meeting Place' For Dancing Class . . All future classes of the Aclult Dancing Class will, ,me,et. at the Rparihg Broolc Scbool,. with one exception, according to the chair­ man, Mrs.-Edgar Smith. The ex­ ception is the May 1? class; which will meet in the Robert E. Bell gymnasium.. Mrs. Smith' also an­ nounced that the make-up class for the meeting cancelled because of a recent snowstorm will be held April 21, at Roaring Brook School. • The Adult Dancing Class, spon­ sored by .the New Castle Recrea­ tion Commission, will meet every other Monday thrGugh May 26. _ r^— Challenges Meeting Topic Pound Ridge (Continued from Page 13) Holland of Somers as chairman and Dr. Harvey Russell of the American Cyanamid Co. as speak­ er. Industry, he said, is concerned with the scientist's ability in the three R's and with the top brains of the country, and with laboratory pany, Lawrence Malawista, pres- technicians, ident, has been formerly approved, \Problem Solving and Communi- and has been revised and will cation in the Field of Human Re- therefore be offered at public lations\ occupied the attention of hearing. A closed meeting of the a group under the chairmanship commission was held last Thurs- of Dr. Julian B. Graham of Croton- day. The MPD subdivision will Harmon High School, provide for iive more houses. One An answer to the question \What house has already been built on Are We Trying to Accomplish in the property. Elementary Science?\ was sought by a group with Dr. George Can- , •»«• v WQ ef rt ^Wr ^t dreva of Brookside Elementary m 'a M d th5? ; J ?h5L r ^T It Sch001 as chairman. Conclusions TLl d SnS f £1} RL? ITJ reache <* were that \most of our 2 E H R f ^ ESS* * f • THS STUDENTS WM NOT BE SCIENTISTS OR £1 'J^M$S \ i;,JSfr y specialists\ and \students should Bar^ra 12 yeSs old and I son * P re P ared to relate and un- ^^•in^t^^^^derstand scientific accomplish- ments. Teaching should be judged more than the teacher, it was decided in Andrew in the second grade. Mr. Behrendt is a free lance writer of articles on science subjects NOTICE OF ELECTION ^ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the annual election will be held in the Village of Mount Kisco, N. Y.. on the Eighteenth <18th) day of March. 1958 at the following places in said Village District No. 1 — Village of • Mount Kisco (conforming with District No. 1 Town of New Castlej, 49 Moore Avenue District No. 2 — Village of Mount Kisco (conforming with District No. 2 Town of Bedford). Municipal Building, 104 East Main Street. .District No. 3 — Village of Mount Kisco (conforming with District No. 3 Town o£ Bedford), American Legion Building. Brookside Street. District No. 4 — Village of Mount Kisco (conforming with District No. Town of New Castle). Green Street Firehouse. District No. 9 — ViUage of Mount Kisco (conforming with District No. 9 Town of New Castle), Mount Kisco Italian-American Men's Club, Inc., 510 Lexington Avenue. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the polls will open at 7:00 A.M. and will close at 9:00 P.M. Eastern Stand ard Time, and at such election, the fol lowing officers are to be elected lor the terms set opposite thereto, respectively Village Trustee for 2 years Village Trustee for 2 years Library Trustee for 5 years BETTY P. POTTER, Village Mayor. OSCAR E. T. SCHONFELD Village Clerk ' Dated: March 3, 1958 K. 3-6. 13 T-2 VILLAGE OF MOUNT tflSCO, NEW YORK NOTICE TO CONTRACTOR Sealed bids for the: . Construction of a Storm Sewer in, Thorn Avenue, Village of Mount Kisco. will be received by the Village Clerk at his office at the Municipal Building Mount Kisco, New, York, until 4:00 P.M, March 31. 1958. The bids will be publicly opened and read> at a meeting of the Board of Trustees at 8:15 P.M., March 31, 1958. Plans, specifications and - standard proposed for the work proposed, may be obtained at the above address. The Village of Mount Kisco .reserves the right to waive any ^informalities or reject any or all bids not deemed for Ithe best interest of the Village of Mount 'Kisco. Each bidder must - deposit with his bid a certified check in the amount of 5 per cent of tl>e total bid made pay able to the Village of Mount Kisco, subject to the conditions provided in the information for Bidders. • . Attention of the bidders is particularly called to the requirements as to\ condi­ tions of employment to be observed and minimum wage rates to be paid under the contract. , The work consists of: 850 Linear feet of 10 inch Armco* storm sewer 8 Manholev catchbaslns « 350 Linear feet of asphalt gutter. Dated: March 3, 1958 K 3-13 T-l ^ By virtue of default - of a conditional ?ale contract held by - the General' Mot­ ors Acceptance' Corporation, ^ assigned and executed by •James . J. Jackson, rVendee.'I Will sell *on ; the 19th.day of. March'-at 11:00 a.m. at' G.' W.^/McGoc- mack Auto Body & Ropr, Shop, > 383. No* Bedford Rd.. Mt. Kl'scoi N. .Y. one 1952 Buick model 56R, Serial Np. 36622250. This car Is open .for. inspection, • The seller reserves the right tbV bijd. , ! \„ ,. Michael W, Lewi» • >. *..' , v -. AuctioneerPV./ T- t -'i^Z •• •• • C 3-13'T-l^ Stint, V >*' a discussion of \Goals and Evalua- Mr. and Mrs. John Martinez and tion Techniques\ led by Mrs. Ele- their two sons, Glenn and David, anor Akley of the Todd School, of Conant Valley Road, Pound Briarcliff. Ridge, returned this week by Gifted Student Discussed plane, from a vacation in Miami, Dr. C. C. Dunsmoor of t Behoard Fla. of Cooperative Educational Services in Katonah conducted a discussion Miss Avor Cantrell, daughter of of the gifted student. Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Cantrell of An invocation by the Rev. Ken- Vista, was married on Saturday neth E. Nye, minister of the First evening, March 1, to Bernie Rol- Congregational Church, Chappa- lins of Georgetown, Conn, The qua, opened the conference. The wedding took place in the Pound group was greeted by Frank W. Ridge Community Church at 6:30 Kieper, president of the Chappa- o'clock with the Rev. William A. qXia Teachers Association; Francis Studwell, pastor, officiating. The K. Decker, president of the Chap- bride, a graduate of John Jay paqua Board of Education; Dr. High School, has been employed Bradley; and John E. Gurka, pres- for the past two years, in-tlfe* ident of the ^TfSt; Supervisory Dis- office of Dr. Herbert Tolmach, trict Teachers Association. Murray \--^ ~-— Engelson of the Lakeland High School led the group in a salute to the flag. Scott Corners. Play Center For Veterans Turned Down (Continued from Page 11 site will go on. He issued a plea to the public for aid in 'finding a property: having' at least. 12 acres of level land, a usable swimming facility, and a building, with ground level entrances, large enough to house dressing rooms, a canteen and space for assemby. It must be within one hour's driv­ ing time from mid^anhattan, he added, and equally accessible to New Jersey and Connecticut, , A statement issued by the as­ sociation quoted high-ranking army officers and a number of Westchester veterans who are dis­ abled as praising the organi­ zation's work. Mr. Fros't -said the association still hopes to find and dedicate a center by Memorial Day. He added: '\•Speeches and parades will have a hollow ring for the wound­ ed who cannot enjoy the family recreation opportunities of their more fortunate neighbors for whom they sacrificed part of themselves for the rest of their lives.\ 'White Elephant' Clause The group's petition was filed under a so-called \white elephant\ clause of the zoning law. It was drawn to provide relief for the owner of a house which, because of changing conditions, can no longer be used for its original purpose—a very large residence, for example. The board ruled that a structure on the proposed site is not a resi­ dence, and' that in any case the use sought was primarily for the grounds rather than the struc­ ture. A hearing on a petition filed by Albredo Realty Corp. was post­ poned until April 2. The firm seeks permission to build and maintain a golf course on Rt. 128 in New Castle and North Castle. LEGAL XOTICB Essay Contest Rules Announced An ocean voyage to far off lands as first prize and many other val­ uable prizes are offered the win­ ners of an essay contest for high school students sponsored bv the Propeller Club of the United States The contest, which closes March 31, is open to all students of pub­ lic, private and parochial high schools. At the beginning of the contest, the Port of New York Propeller Club sent notices to all high school principals in the Metropolitan area, advising of the rules for the contest, the national prizes to be awarded, and the fact that many special prizes are to be awarded to New York City en- Theme of the essay contest is \The American Merchant Marine and its Inportahce to the National Economy.\ Essays are limited to 1000 words or less, and are to be submitted no later than March 31 to A. S. Graham, American Ex­ port Lines, 39 Broadway, New York 6, N. Y. BEDFORD CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT Towns of Bedford, New Castle and Pound Ridge 130 Main Street Mount Kisco, New York NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Board of Education of 'Central School District No. 2, Town of Bedford, New Castle and Pound Ridge, Westches- K 3-13 T-l Heart Sunday, held on Feb. 23, ter County, hereby invites the submis- ana m e Heart Campaign in the sion of sealed bids for Risers and Gen- Village of Mount Kisco Was an eral Supplies. Bids will be received un- overwhelming succe <;q ' armr-dine- til 2.00 p.m , on the 28th day of March, f '' +1 T 1 Y t, t,ULL . e /r SS ' ac COraing 1958, at the Board of Education Busi- £\ the chairman, Mrs. Henry P. ness Office. 130 Main Street. Mount Kis- Colmore with $2,104 Collected c ?; Yo n k V at wh ^ h , time ar !? p i ace Fifty-four captains and workers all bids will be publicly opened. Spe- poiipptpfq nvpr *i c m :„ TVWI J.-. , cifirations and bid form n.ay be ob- COJJected over $l,t)UU in the door tained at the same address. tO-QOOr canvas with the largest By: Donald w. Kofoed, collections those of Mrs. John District clerk March 5. 1958 Martin, Mrs. Dante LaBarbera', Mrs. Anthony Amuso and Mrs PUBLIC NOTICE Jerome Jame sealed proposals for the furnishing The balance of the contributions and delivering of the following rbad wn i cn bring- thp total tn nvpr thp materials will be received by the Town „ u ir\ \ , g me l0ia i 10 over me Superintendent of Highways at the Town $^,0UU mark, Came from COmpan- Haii, chappaqua. New York until 10:00 ies in the area, and from the A, ^\J3fl *K ^» 20, .n 9 ^'.«i« Hearts placed in retail stores and S Emulsion* STades estamlishments by Mrs. Norman Rapid curing asphalt cutbacks, all Kenyon. A report of the returns •jS&lum caring asphalt cutbacks, all ^^fi^J' 1 ^ grades Bowling Alley led in returns from Asphalt cutback inverted emulsions, restaurants and Joe Hess' Meat all Rofd d tars all grades Market in Durr and Liston's tied The above materials shall be furnish- with the Safeway for the best re­ ed, heated, hauled and applied in quan- turns of retail stores, titles of one or' more truck loads of not less than 500 gals, as directed by the Town Superintendent of Highways Crushed trap rock, all sizes, FOB bid­ ders pliant j„„ tra ™j N ° tlce is hereby given that License Crushed trap rock, all sizes, delivered No- 8RL4001 has been issued to the un- into stockpiles as directed by the Town- dersigned to sell beer, wine and liquor at Supt. of Highways rctail under the Alcoholic Beverage Con Gravel Grits, all sizes, FOB bidders trol Law at Gallagher^ Plaza Restau PLA , NT . ~ ,, . J „„ ^ A =„. rant - 307 New Street and Reformatory Gravel Grits, all sizes, delivered into Road( Bedford Hills, Westchester County, stockpiles as directed by the Town N> y<> for on p r£m}s6s consumption Supt. of Highways A. PAUL GALLAGHER Bituminous concrete, FOB bidders d-b>a> Gallagher's Plaza Restaurant Pla nt , . . .. ' . . , 307 New St. & Reformatory Rd Bituminous concrete, delivered in lots Bedford Hill's, N. Y of 5 ton or ,more as directed by the K3/6, 13 t-2 Town Supt. of Highways AH the above materials shall conform to the New York State Dept. of Public Notice is hereby given that License Works specifications., No. 8RL3918 has been issued to the un- The Town Supt. of Highways reserves derslgned to sell beer, wine and liquor the right to Teject any or all bids and at retail under the Alcoholic Beverage to accept any bid deemed to be to the Control Law at Park Royal Restaurant advantage of the Town of New Castle. 30 East Main Street, Mount Kisco, West- Mrs. Colmore, and vice-chair- LlftUOR LICENSE TOWN OF NEW CASTLE Albert W. Graff Supt. of Highways Dated: February 28, 1958 3-20, T-l VILLAGE OF MOUNT KISCO, - NEW YORK ' NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed bids for the: Notice is hereby given .that License No. 8RL4094 has been Issued to the u[n- Oonstruction of New Pavement. Curb EKetaii'in JTO.^ d ^ er a S d and Sidewalk in Green Street. ViUage A w£LHWJLP iIt Y^o^V 1 ? 6 of Mount Kisco, will be received by the r ^LpTL^ V 13 £ E ' . Mall J Village Clerk at his office at the Mu- Westchester' w v g* c0 ; n Co \\ft <* nlclpal Building, Mount Kisco. N. Y., consumption- \ Y \ f01> ° n P remJses until 4:00 P.M. March 31, 1958. James V MatU Jr The bids will be publicly opened and ' DBA JERRY'S RESTAURANT at a meeting of the Board of 132 E. l^in St. read Trustees at 8il5 P.M. March 31st. 1958. Plans, specifipations and standard pro posals for the work proposed, may be obtained at the above address, Notice is hereby given that License ,v»i.. t v ~* w. w T . No. 8CL 207 has been Issued to the un- The ..Village of Mount Kisco reserves derslgned to sell bee'r, wine, liquor and the right to waive any information or c 'der\ at retail under the Alcoholic Bev reject any <oi all bids not deemed for erage Control Law at the Legion Build the best interest, of the Village of i\? 1 Brookside • Avenue, Mount Kisco, Mount \Kisco. N.Y'., for on premises consumption. Each bidder must deposit • with -his • -MQSES^ TAYLOR-,JR, • POST d a certified check In the amount of iJSiw 136 ' AMERICAN LEGION per cent of the total bid made pay- , 5 EP , T .' J NEW Y0RK __le to the Village of .Mount Kisco. Brooklde Avenue^ subject to the conditions provided-'In „ „ 3°-^K n Kis ^ Y > the information vforOBldders.'- % K3.-6.^13 r £2 . ^ ... ,. bid 5 . able \$2,104 Given in Mt. Kisco For Heart Fund Campaign TWf C„„^„„ n -i. no Mrg> jQseph Jun]dn that those not at home when the Heart Sunday Volunteer called, use the \Sorry I missed you\ envelope she left. It is addressed ' to the Westchester Heart Association. Any contribution sent in will still be credited to Mt. Kisco's total. \A special vote of thanks is ex­ tended by the committee to Mt. Kisco's own station WVIP- for the excellent coverage given to the campaign and to the newspapers for their unfailing support.\ Mrs. Colmore said today. \Mount Kisco Heart Headquart­ ers\ more usually the Winterling Real Estate Office at 237 East Main Street, can return to normal now, after several exciting weeks of working on the Heart Fund Drive. Chairman. Mrs. Colmore, • Vice-Chairman Mrs. Junkin, Re­ tail Stores, Chairman, Mrs. Ken­ yon, and Publicity Chairman Mrs, Henry Winterling all are associated with the Winterling Real Estate office, while Mrs. Amuso, one of the top door-to-door canvassers, had been previously the secretary in the office, and Mrs. LaBarbera another of the top four is current- y engaged in that capacity. 'Winners in the local judging will be eligible for National prizes. Two Area Boys in Williams Play Two boys of this area will be in the cast of \Dirty Hands\ the Jean-Paul Sartre murder play to, be presented at Williams College, W;lliamstown, Mass., next week­ end. They ^re William'H. Edgar of Mount'-Kisco, and Peter. D. Tacy of Chappaqua, both members of the class of '59. Edgar will be cast in the role of Hoedererj one of the leads, and Tacy will take, the part of Slick. The play will be the fourth ma­ jor production of the Adams Me­ morial Theatre. When \Dirty Hands\ was pro­ duced oh Broadway, it was under the title \Red Gloves\. Sartre was angered at the distortion of his meaning and.until now refused to permit any other production of the play in-\ this.:.country.-.The action is set in \the mythical East-Euro­ pean ..country of Illyria,. with .the charactel^*;represeriti^3g'^^cpnflict within the ; Communist partyV' Chester County, Nv Y., for on premises consumption. NICHOLAS KEEFALAS djj.a. Park Royal Restaurant 30 East Main Street Mount Kisco, N. Y. K3/6. 13 t-2 Mt. Kisco,. N. Y. 3-6. 3-13 Attention, of the bidders .is particul- Notice: Is\-.hereby given- thaf License arly-called 'to the requirements 4 , as u to No.'^ 8GL158 has \been Issued to the under- coriditrdns of , employment to be ob^ signed -to sellirliqubr.Svine\ and beer at' ,3200 Sq, yds. if Pavement* —1500 Lia. ft. of- concrete, curb 900 Sq. Yds* of Concrete sidewalk ; Oscar E./ T.\ S'chonfeld' \„ \ , Village^ Clerk . .. . Datedi.'March- 3, 1958\- , , - -• Chester? N. Y,; foe on premises co'n- sumptlonh,-•.T'?-;•>!-:,: THE 'CAMP .FIRE CLUB . OF,•AMERICA''; • Camp^ircRdi .-- |C 3/6. 13:t-2 , ^ Notice To Job Applicant* | 'Firms engaged)in:toterstate;cwmerce \ 5 or\ in'-tho^-production of gtnidi.JtpJ commerce. rhust ; ipay at least?'$1^00 ah hour.r and ''time, ;and \.onerhalf:? for work over. 40' hbursrUn, atiy-pne.week. If, you,, nave.: any. 'questions,' v conjtactr U. SC .Department'of Labor,.t34l Ninth Ave,, . New >York% fy; Y; :TeU lAatfj 1

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