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North Westchester Times, Mi Kisco, N. Y., Mar. 13, 1958 Bedford Village News •Mrs. Fred Pistone of Pinebrook RcL, Bedford, was hostess at her home yesterday lor a meeting and exhibit of the-Middle Patent Gar^ den Club. Mrs. Ronald R. Yocum of Chappaqua was judge for an intra-mural flower show in which each member of the club entered an arrangement. The entries were line compositions meeting specifi­ ed requirements, with materials to cost less than one dollar. Refresh­ ments were served before the meeting, with Mrs. Lawrence Marsh of Greenwich, serving as co-hostess. The Rev. Earl D'akin, pastor of the Patterson Baptist Church, Towners, will be the guest speaker Thursday, March 20, in a series of Lenten services at the First Baptist ^Church, Cross River, at 8:15 p.m. The Conservation Committee of the Garden Clubs of America, of which Mrs. Thomas M. Waller of Bedford is chairman, met yester­ day in the Palm Room of the Waldorf Astoria in New York. In­ cluded in a panel of eight speak­ ers were Mrs. Arthur Anderson and Robert Hammerschlag from this area. Adults and young people wishing to join the Bedford Presbyterian Church at the Monday Thursday Communion will meet with the ses­ sion of the Church o nPal mSun- day afternoon. Anyone who would like to join the church should speak to the pastor, the Rev. John A. Carmell at the earliest con­ venience. Peter Perez returned to work last week in Bedford Barber Shop after convalescing from a recent illness. Ill with pneumonia, he was a patient in Northern Westchest­ er Hospital from Feb. 3 to Feb. 11. During his illness the business was conducted by his brother, Jo­ seph, who plans next year to un­ dertake studie sat Fordham Uni­ versity, to become a pharmacist. OF LOCAL INTEREST Members and friends of Temple Beth El of Northern Westchester will be \out of this world\ when they attend the annual Donor Din­ ner Dance to be held at Pines Ridge Country Club on Saturday, May 17. The theme of the dance will be \Cloud 9\ and \heavenly\ decorations as well as entertain­ ment have been arranged. An an­ nual yearly journal will be pub­ lished in conjunction with the af­ fair. The general chairman of the dance committee is Mrs. Herbert Weisburgh of Bedford Village. Mrs. Ronnie Gloger of Briarcliff will be in charge of the journal ad­ vertising, and Mr. and Mrs. Ger­ ald Gottlieb of Amawalk have been named editors of the journal. For this, the .'argest social event of the temple year, the committee has engaged Larry Case and his Rhythm Boys to provide music for dancing and entertainment. Paul's School and Princeton Uni versity. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Blanchard of Route 22, Bedford Village, re­ turned Saturday, March 1, from a Caribbean cruise. Ports of call in­ cluded San Juan, Mayaguez and Ponce in Puerto Rico; St. Thom­ as, and Sugar Port in Puerto Rico. Gerry Hawe, president, an nounces final plans have been made for the annual St. Patrick's Supper Dance to be held Saturday evening at St. Patrick's Church, Bedford, by the Men's Group Richard P. Lillis is ticket chair­ man, with Mrs. John Bellotti in charge of decorations. The Rev. Edward P. McGough, moderator, is co-chairman for the popular yearly event. Frank B. McKown, president conducted'a meeting of the Board of Governors of the Bedford Golf and Tennis Club Sunday after­ noon, March 2, in the club house. Plans for the season's opening in May were discussed. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myhrum of Middle Patent Road, Bedford, are the parents of a son, Barnaby, born on Feb. 21 at Northern West­ chester Hospital. Mr. and Mrs Myhrum have another son, Chris topher, and two daughters, Phoebe and Polly. They formerly lived in Mount Kisco. George Dudley, architect, of Guard Hill Road, Bedford, return ed by plane Friday of last week from a six weeks' business trip to Teheran. His trip included stops also in Paris and Rome. Students of the sixth grades of Bedford School made a trip to New York by bus on Friday of last week to attend a matinee per­ formance of the opera \Carmen\ at the Metropolitan Opera House. Mrs. Anita Fairbanks and John Leifheit, teachers for the two classes, and Miss Caroline Woods, music teacher, accompanied the students on the trip. Stanley Oliver Grierson of Todd Road, Katonah, well-known natur­ alist, was the speaker at a meet­ ing of the Bedford Parent-Teacher Association held Tuesday evening at the Bedford school. Mr. Grier­ son was invited to give the repeat engagement by popular request. He is considered an authority on conservation and is an author and teacher on the subject. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin R. McNeill and their son Charles, returned to their home on Seminary Road, Bedford, this* week, by plane from Florida where they had been va­ cationing at, West Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Glasser of- Main St., Bedford, are expect­ ed back May 1 from Miami Beach, where they have been spending the Winter. 1ST DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kolb of Berkeley Heights, N. J, are par­ ents of a daughter, Lauren Eliza­ beth, born in the East Orange General Hospital on Feb. 20. Mrs. Kolb, the former Miss Dor­ othy Anderson, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Anderson of South Bedford Road, Bedford, who now have three grandchil­ dren. The two older Kolb boys are David Anderson and Michael Tress Kolb. All men of the Bedford Presby­ terian parish are invited to a breakfast at 9 a.m. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barnett of Pound Ridge Road, Bedford, an­ nounce the birth of a son, Eugene Paul, at Northern Westchester Hospital on Feb. 18. The new in­ fant has three brothers, Fred Jr., Charles and Douglas, and a sis­ ter, Vicki. The marriage of Miss Suzanne De Grove Perry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Ritzema Perry of Bedford Center Road, Bedford, to Anthony Morris O'Connor of Bald­ win Road, Mount Kisco, will take place on Apr. 12. The wedding will be held in St. Matthew's Episco­ pal Church, Bedford, with the rec­ tor, the Rev. John Harper offi­ ciating. Miss Perry last week re­ signed her position with Charles Scribner Sons, publishers, with whom she has been since her graduation from Vassar last year. Mr, O'Connor is a graduate of St. Mrs. Walter B. Hoblin, Stam­ ford Road, Bedford, president of the Middle Patent Garden Club, and Mrs. Erwin Uellendahl of Bedford, presented the club at the annual meeting of the New York State Federation of Garden Clubs, held at the Hotel Ambas­ sador, New York City, Tuesday. They later attended the Interna­ tional Flower Show at the Coli­ seum, New York City. BVFD Names Present Chief For Election Fire Chief Charles Crawford has been re-nominated for another term of office in the Bedford Fire Department, with election schedul­ ed to take place at the annual meeting Thursday, April 3. Other officers proposed by the nominating committee headed by Donald. Naylor were: Eugene Po­ well, first assistant chief; Joseph Progreske, second assistant chief; Arvid Hall, president; Jerry Hawe vice president; Leonard De Ben- nedetto, treasurer; Charles Bartr- am to replace Harold Hunter as financial secretary; Jacob Glasser, recording secretary; Ralph Sherry and J. D. Gray to succeed them­ selves as directors and Joseph Fancher Sr. as a new director. The Fire Department officers were nominated at a meeting held Monday evening, March 3, at the fire house. Bedford firemen have accepted invitations to participate in parades next summer in the following communities: Katonah Goldens Bridge, Armonk, York- town, Somers, Vista, Salem, Banksville and Mount Kisco. Action on Move for Bingo Put Over by Bedford Board The Bedford Town Board de­ layed action Tuesday on a re­ quest by the local American Le­ gion post for a referendum on bingo. Discussion indicated, how­ ever, that the issue will be put to a vote not later than next November. The request was filed by Rob­ ert Crandall Post 129 under a state constitutional amendment passed last fall giving municipali­ ties power to hold referendums on whether to legalize bingo. Town Attorney Daniel Ticknor told the board that legislation is contemplated which would end the possibility of the game being le­ gal in one part of a town and banned in another. The possibil­ ity is faced in Bedford, for the Village of Mount Kisco, which lies partly in the town, also is em­ powered to call a vote on the question. The board accepted Mr. Tick- nor's recommendation for delay until the situation is clarified, but noted that a referendum will be held in November at the latest. Budget Note Voted The board approved sale of a budget note for $20,000 to cover a deficit in funds budgeted for snow removal. Highway Superintendent Arthur Baillie reported that $26,- 000 has been spent so far this year. The snow removal budget contained only $8,000. The $2,000 balance remaining will be held for use if more snow falls The note will be bought by the Mount Kisco National Bank and Trust Co. at an interest rate of 1.85 T2r cent. The board accepted the resig­ nation of Acting Sgt. John Friedel of the town police, and granted his request for reinstatement as a first grade patrolman. No rea­ son was given for his request. Ptl. James Hodgett was named acting sergeant effective as of Feb. 1-1 at a salary of $5,600. The board approved the transfer of Ptl. Ernest Nichols from the Mount Pleasant to the Bedford police. He will receive $4,700 a year. A petition seeking inclusion of the Robertson Park section in the Katonah Water District was ap­ proved. To Study Highways Supervisor Douglas Barrett and Councilmen C. Everett Burbank and W. Harold Crane were named to a c.mmittee which will exam­ ine town highways. The move came after Councilman George M. Schurman asserted that some highways are obsolete. Building Inspector George W. McCabe reported that construc­ tion worth $613,500 has been au­ thorized in the town since Jan. 1. Lily Pond lane and Oak road in Katonah were accepted as town roads. Theater Benefit to Help Health. Welfare Services Mrs. John A. Hill, of Armonk, general chairman of the Theatre Benefit of the Westchester County Council of Social Agencies, has an­ nounced the list of patrons and patronesses. The play selected is \Love Me .ittle,\ a comedy written by John G. Fuller based on the 1957 novel of the same title by Amanda Vail. The theatre benefit will be at the preview performance Monday evening, April 7, at the Helen Hayes theatre. Featured in the cast are Joan Bennett, Meg Mundy and Donald Cook. Alfred Drake is director. The patrons' list for the County Council's Theatre Benefit includes, From Armonk, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. Loeb Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Loeb. From Bedford, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman M. Bijur, Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Weil. From Chappaqua, Mr. and Mrs. John R Maloney, Mr. and Mrs. Lester P. Marasco, Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Marshall. Assisting Mrs. Hill in arrange­ ments for the theatre benefit are Mrs. James N. Hynson of Scars- dale and Mrs. Carl H. Pforheim- er, Jr., of Purchase. The Westchester County Council of Social Agencies is the voluntari­ ly supported center for health and welfare services in Westchester. Robert L. Popper of White Plains is chairman of the board of di­ rectors. Offices are in the County Office Building, White Plains. Bedford Youth Fellowship Entertains Mt. Kisco Group NEW ROCHELLE GAINS NEW ROCHELLE—As result of visit to Albany by Corporation Counsel Murray C. Fuerst and City Plan Engineer Charles A. Hughes, \serious reconsideration\ is reported being given by State Highway Department officials to include Mechanic Street in New Rochelle's 18 million dollar arter­ ial highway program. Inclusion of the street is considered vital to New Rochelle for proper traffic regulation. G. MARSHALL Van & Storage Co., Inc. • Sanitized Vans Agent.. United Van Lines, Inc. When it's your move, your best move Is to call us! Our expert handling of your furniture includes proper covering and loading to insure safe, dependable/trans- portation anywhere, any time. You can count on us to do the job RFGHTI PHONES Mount Kisco 6-5388 Roger 9-0180 'Moving; with care everywhere\ Mr. and Mrs. Norman Pierce and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Westcott furnished home made cookies and fruit punch for the Junior High Youth Fellowship of the Bedford Presbyterian Church and their guests on Sunday, March 9. At 4:30 p.m. the Bedford hosts wel Well-Known Critic To Judge One-Act Plays at Fox Lane John McClaine well known dra­ ma critic on a metropolitan news­ paper and Paul Nathan,x a play \doctor will be the- judges for \An Evening of Plays\ competi­ tive program to be presented March 22 in the Fox Lane School auditorium by the three upper clas ses of the school. The first of the three one-act plays will get underway at 8:30 p.m. two of which are dramas and one a melodrama, all under the direction of Allen Adair. The winning class will be given one- third of the evenings \take\ for the class treasury. CERONE TO PRACTICE YONKERS — Former seventh ward alderman Salvatore Cerone who has retired as a compensa­ tions claims referee for the State Workmens' Compensation Board is returning to the private practice of law and will open offices at 20 S. Broadway this weekend, Cerone retired Feb. 12, from his compen­ sations claims post which he held from July 1, 1944. si***? SALE • GENERAL ELECTRIC • SUNBEAM Small Appliance* Sales - Service f - Parts 18 South Moger Avenue MOunt Kisco 6-7100 Open FrL Evenln&i '111 8 P.M. cdmed the Mount Kisco guests for refreshments. Mrs. Jesse French, advisor of the Bedford Fellowship, led the de­ votions and Joseph Pacitto, Mount Kisco advisor, read an inspiration­ al poem. Barbara Ledwon read from the Bible and. Lynn Cotten offered the prayer. Bill Phillips and Scott Fones led the group into the church sanc­ tuary to share its history. Some of the topics read were \Presby­ terian Beginnings\ by Jimmy Warner; \Historic Bedford Names\ by • Gracella French; \Christian Symbols Here\ by Ana- bel Slack; \.Why Was Bedford Named\ by Wayne Hewitt, and \Why Has Bedford Presbyter­ ians?\ by Albert French, The group toured the church school rooms and returned to the hall. Nancy Pierce, Robbie West­ cott, Joanne Mercer and Carol Hayman helped entertain the 15 guests with games until 6 o'clock. The Mount Kisco president, Hope Irvine, invited the Bedford group to return the visit next month. AU 3(Tthariked the six adults who helped chaperone this first meet- ing of the two groups. . NEW HONS CLUB formed in Lewisboro, held installation cere­ monies at the Seaman Restaur­ ant, Cross River on March 5 which seated these men in the principal offices. Left to right are Secretary T. R. Bock, Third Vice-president William Rowedder, President Robert E. Green, First Vice-president J. L. Wilson and Second-Vice-president John J. Benish Sr.—Photo by E. A. Kirchhoff s New Castle Tribune, Chappaqua, N.Y., March 13. 1958 Badges Given For Scout Activities Badges in good grooming, nee- dlecraft, swimming and other ac­ tivities have been awarded to members of Mrs. Theodore Rams- land's Fox Lane Girl Scout Troop 164. The girls received their badges at a Court of Awards on March 3. Those awarded were Charlene Balcolm, good grooming, home- maker, lifesaver, star: Katie Booth, good grooming, leather craft, needlecraft, swimming and lifesaver; Susan Crawford, good grooming and bird; Candy Helber, good grooming, adventurer, danc­ er, dog and cat, and writer; Diana Ladew, good grooming; Joanne Mercer, good grooming, swimmer, rock and mineral; Tina Rams- land, good grooming; Susan Schaerr, swimmer and life saver; and Janet Wise, outdoor cook. Thirty-t w o Bedford Village brownies, led by Mrs. Lawrence B. Proctor Jr., were guests of the scouts at the meeting. Sharon Wells, Joanne Mercer, Katie Booth and Susan Crawford served in the color guard, and Susan Schoen, Diana Ladew, Sharon Wells, Shar­ on Keefer, Eileen Beightol. Tina Ramsland and Katie Booth pre­ pared the refreshments. Pound Ridge F. D. To Elect Officers Gus McNally has been nominat­ ed for Chief of the Pound Ridge Fire Department to succeed Wil­ liam Baker, retiring chief. James Pasciutti has been proposed for re­ election to the presidency. Members of the Fire Department held a regular meeting on Monday night at the fire house. Election of officers will take place at an annual meeting in April. Clinton Brown, chairman of the nominating committee, reported the following proposed for office: Robert Johnson for vice president; Fred Hoffman Jr., first assistant chief, to succeed David Allen; Lar­ ry Bouton, second assistant chief; Edward Lasus for reelection as treasurer; Fred Rodney for reelec­ tion as secretary; and Louis Pas ciutti for financial secretary. Sisterhood Sets Luncheon Members of the Sisterhood of the Jewish Community Center, Smith Ave., Mount Kisco, will at­ tend a \Luncheon Is Served,\ un­ der the direction of Mrs. Helen Engler of New York City. The party will get underway Tuesday, at the center March 25 beginning at 12:30 p.m. in the Center. A fashion show by \Bib and Tucker\ of South Moger.Ave., us­ ing models from the Sisterhood, will be taken by Mrs. Stanley Her­ man, CEntral 2-5634 and Mrs. Al­ fred Goldenberg, CEntral 2-4524. Reside in ' Pound Ridge Mr. and Mrs., John E. Wood are residing on Hack Green Road, Pound Ridge, after a short -wed­ ding trip. The couple was married on Friday, Feb. 21, at 6 p.m. at the Pound Ridge Community Church by the Rev. William Stud- well, pastor. Mrs. .Wood 'is the former Mrs. Rose Marie Shatrouski, foster daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wray of 415 Lexington Avenue, Mount Kisco. Mr. Wood is the son of Mrs. Jennie Wood of Hack Green Road and the late Ernest Wood. The bride was attired in a bal­ lerina length gown of white lace and wore a matching lace crown with nose veil. She carried a bou­ quet of white carnations. Mrs, Martha Barrett of Pound Ridge, sister of the bridegroom, was matron of honor. She-wore a ballerina< length lace gown of pale blue and a matehing lace crown. Her bouquet was of pink carna­ tions. Linda Barrett of Pound Ridge, the bridegroom's niece, was junior bridesmaid. Her long pale blue gown was of nylon. She wore a matching crown and carried a bouquet of white carnations. Mildred Shatrouski, the bride's daughter; Katherine Wood, the bridegroom's daughter, and Sheila Wood, the bridegroom's niece, were flower girls. Mildred and Katherine wore long pale blue ny­ lon gowns and Sheila wore a long pale pink nylon gown. Sharon and Ruth Patten of New Milford, Conn., the bridegroom's nieces, were also flower girls. They wore ballerina length gowns of pale blue nylon. The flower girls all wore flowers in their hair and car­ ried baskets with mixed flowers. Donald Wood, the bridegroom's brother, acted as best man. John E. Wood Jr., the bridegroom's son, and David Barrett, 4he bride­ groom's nephew, were also in the bridal party. Following the ceremony, a re­ ception for about 80 guests took place at the Elbow Room, Mount Kisco. Mrs. Wood received her educa­ tion in New York City schools and is employed as a waitress at the Emmadine Rock Gate Restaurant, Bedford Hills. Mr. Wood attended the Pound Ridge School and is going into the tree service business for himself. Stop Cold Symptoms FAST Take 3 doses BQ plus 6 tablets. IN TWO HOURS, your misery MUST be relieved or your 59o back at any drug store. BQ plus 6 works In your system quickly to ease distressing cold symp­ toms. Get non-laxative BQ pins 6 NOW at Bodelsen Drag. TROY'S for TREES AVOID THE USUAL SPRING RUSH! NOW We have the time to prepare LANDSCAPE PLANS and estimates for your SPRING PLANT­ ING. .. • EVERGREENS • SHADE TREES • FLOWERING SHRUBS • RHODODENDRON TROY'S GARDEN NURSERIES EST. 1898 On the main Wghway from Greenwich to Bedford Village PHONE BEdford Village 4-3400 P. R. Library Series Ends On Friday \Color in Your- Life\ is the sub­ ject for the third and final pro­ gram in the discussion series at the Hiram Halle Memorial Libr­ ary, Pound Ridge, tomorrow (Fri­ day) at 8:30 p.m. Two nationally known authori­ ties in the field will be the speak­ ers: William Pahlmslnn, one of the world's most famous interior de­ signers; and Mrs. Elizabeth Bur- ris-Meyer, editor of Better Homes and Gardens, and a'\insulting: colorist Mrs. 'Burris-Meyer has been a resident of Pound Ridge for the past twenty years. Mr. Pahlmann moved to Pound Ridge about a year ago when he pur­ chased the William Wallace estate on Pound Ridge Rd. Those who do not have subscrip­ tion tickets for the series, may purchase tickets for the \Color in Your Life\ discussion from Mrs. Arthur Murray and Mrs. Storrs Haynes. Funds raised will be de­ voted to purchases for the library. MOVE TO FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. Gene Winkelman of Katonah recently left for Flor­ ida where they will take up per­ manent residence. Mrs. Winkelman is the former Miss Helen Perri, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thom­ as Perri of Hook Road, Katonah. Mr. Winkelman*s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sal Winkelman of Cross River, also moved to Florida hav­ ing sold the gas station they op­ erated in Cross River for the past few years. PDund Ridge Activities Mrs. W. W. Faulks Jr. of Hack Green Road, Pound Ridge, was hostess at her home yesterday aft­ ernoon for a meeting of Brownie Troop 253.- The young Scouts learned the technique of tapping trees, and also studied home nurs­ ing practices. Mrs.« Herbert C. Reinhardsen is leader for troop. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Callan and their two children, Tani and Robert 3d, of Westchester Avenue, Pound Ridge, will arrive by plane tomorrow from Florida, where they have vacationed for the past two weeks in the Eu­ gene Vaughan cottage at Miami. Mr. Callan was on vacation from his disc jockey program on radio Station WMCA, to convalesce fol­ lowing a recent illness during which he.was a patient in the Norwalk Hospital for ten days. Lynn Hallenbeck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hallenbeck of Trinity Pass, Pound \Ridge was hostess last Friday evening at her home for a party celebrating her ninth birthday. There were sixteen for dinner after which they at­ tended the movies. a three-week holiday, in Antigua, Virgin Islands. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cumm- ings of Cradle Rock Road, Pound Ridge, announce the birth \of a daughter, Nancy, at Northern Westchester Hospital on Saturday, March 1. Little Nancy has a threes year-old brother, Robert. Mrs. William D. Shine, wife of the Supervisor of Pound Ridge, returned this week from a South­ ern vacation. Mrs. Shine spent three weeks visiting her sister, Mrs. Hope Hendry who has a house at Lake Okeechobee, Fla. Mrs. Shine made the* return trip by train. Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Har mon of East Woods Road, Pound Ridge, will return by plane on Sunday from a Winter holiday in the British West Indies. Their son Robie returried to classes this week, after being confined to his home with an ear infection. H. Burnham Kirkland of Nor­ walk, Conn., spoke at the Sunday morning service at the Stevene Memorial Methodist Church, Vis­ ta. Mr. Kirkland is a member of the Foreign Missions Board, and spoke of the work of the church in both foreign and home mis­ sions., The Rev. John Baker of Westchester Avenue, Pound Ridge, is pastor of the church which was reorganized last year after being closed for a period of more man twenty years. Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Howard Jr. of Ponus Street, New Ca­ naan, well-known in Pound Ridge, plan to leave next month for Nantucket Island, Mass. Mr. How­ ard has recently retired from Standard Oil Company with whom he had been associated for the past 26 years. He and Mrs. How­ ard have purchased the famous Seven Seas Gift Shop in Nantuck­ et, and will run it during the Summer season at the noted re­ sort. Mr. Hanson is currentlv re­ hearsing with the cast for \Street Car Named Desire\ to be staged by the Pound Ridge Players next week. Mr. and Mrs. J. Goffe Benson of South Salem Road, Pound Ridge, have returned from the Virgin Islands where they vaca­ tioned at the Carribean Hotel, St. Thomas. They made the trip by plane, both ways. Town Clerk and Mrs. Everett B. Knapp of Salem Road, Pound Ridge, returned on Monday night of last week from a motor trip to Florida. On their trip they cov­ ered nearly 3600 miles. They visited friends on the East coast oi- Florida .and also on the .West coast and visited Mrs. Knapp's sister and brother en route South. Mr. and Mrs* Duncan C. Mc­ Lean of Don Brook \Road Pound Ridge, were hosts at their home on Saturday evening of last week for a buffet dinner part for twenty guests, new neighbors and friends in Pound Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. McLean recently moved to Pound Ridge from Wantagh, L.I. They have a son Stuart in the fifth grade, and a daughter Mad- lyn in the ninth grade. Mr. and Mrs. Murray C. Capaz- zo of Westchester Avenue, Pound Ridge, left by plane on Tuesday of last week, to spend a month at the Jackson Hotel in Miami, Fla. Mrs. Harold Scofield of Lower Shad Road, Pound Ridge, is back from a vacation in Florida. Mrs- Scofield visited relatives in St. Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Malar- chick of Trinity Pass Road, Pound 1 Ridge, announce the birth of a son, their first child, at the North­ ern Westchester Hospital on Mon­ day of last week. The infant is named Stephen John Malarchick 4th. Mrs. Malarchick is the form­ er Miss Sandra Mary Johnston, daughter of Mrs. Joseph Maddock of Trinity Pass. The infant's pat­ ernal .grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Malarchick of Pheasant Road, Pound Ridge, Robert E. Moat, chairman, will conduct a meeting of the Pound Ridge Planning Board next Thursday evening in the Town Hall. There will be a public hear­ ing on the re-subdivision on Tato- muck Road. The application, made by the MPD Realty Com- (Please turn to Page 19) }0t Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mac- Leisch of Trinity Pass Road, Pound Ridge, have returned from FLY TO EUROPE SAVE '113* WITH OUR NEW Phon*. Visit or Write REG0R \Westchester's Largest Travel Agency 171 EAST POST ROAD WHft* Plain* 9-2082 lAbov* Wallach'i NO MORE SEARCHING for peace, it's all around you. Exceptionally Well built home on over 2 acres. On a hill, overlooking lake. 7 rooms. Hot water heat. 2 car garage. Re­ duced to $29,500. THOS. C. GRIMES CO. Bedford Village 4-3642, 3, 4 Our 19th yr. In this same bldg. 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