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New Castle tribune. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1927-????, March 13, 1958, Image 8

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Bartender's Charge Holds Kisco Man James Owens Jr., thirty four, of. 93 Kisco Avenue, Mount \Kisco was released in $25 bail by Judge John F. Reed Jr. Friday .morning after his arrest at 12:20 a.m. that day for allegedly assaulting a bartender. Manuel Henriques, employed at Mountainside Restaurant on Kisco Avenue, told police Owens became angry when ordered to leave the establishment at closing time; he allegedly struck the bartender and threw him to the floor. Ptl. Nial Churchill took Owens into custody for third degree as­ sault. He will appear before Judge Reed in Village Police Court to­ night. At his weekly court session last Thursday, Judge Reed fined John Nohilly, eighteen, of Oregon Road, Mount Kisco, $10 for speeding 50 miles an hour in a 30 mph zone on North Bedford Road. Nohilly pleaded guilty and told the court he was unaware of the violation because the speedometer on his car hadn't been functioning for two weeks. Another $10 speeding fine was levied on James Nicely of Guard Hill Road, Bedford; a second vio­ lation, driving without a license, was dismissed when Nicely pro­ duced his credentials in court: David Griffin of Polly Wiggle Lane, Pleasantville, forfeited $10 bail when he failed to answer a public intoxication charge. Oscar Cameron of New Ca­ naan, Conn., won dismissal of a charge that he permitted an un­ licensed driver to operate his car. Court* Clerk James Collins re­ ported receipt of 10 meter viola­ tion summonses by mail. They drew fines totaling $8.* Day Camp Planned for Mount Kisco Plans are now being made for a Day Camp to be held at Leonard Park this Smnmer, as a much needed supplement to the Recrea­ tion program. By combining funds, facilities and personnel, the Mount Kisco Recreation Commission and the Boys Club of Mount Kisco will be able to offer a program of or­ ganized summer activities to the boys and girls of the area for a nominal fee. \Camp Kisco\ as it will be cal­ led, will not be a baby-sitting pro­ ject. It will be something new in community service and offers sub- teens a program of fun and learn­ ing, with supervision and facilities comparable to the best in private camping. A brochure containing complete information on \Camp Kisco\ will be sent out shortly. In the mean­ time, those interested in advance information should contact Clifford Balcom, Superintendent of Recrea­ tion at Mount Kisco 6-9250, or Ray­ mond Wall, Boys Club Director at Mount Kisco 6-8333. 8 North Westchester Times, Mt. Kisco, N. Y.; Mar. 13 ,r 1958 Fellowship Aids St, Patrick's Dinner March 15 Members; of .the Young Peoples Fellowship of Saint Mark's Church will assist Mrs. E. C. Merrick's committee with the decorations for the annual St. Patrick's dinner which will be held on Saturday, 6 to 8 p.m., at Saint Mark's Par­ ish House. The dinner is sponsored by the Woman's Auxiliary of Saint Mark's Church. Proceeds this year will benefit the Parish House Kitchen Fund, for new kitchen equipment and china. Co-chairmen of the dinner are Mrs. Charles Piers all and Mrs. William Ritt. Tickets and reservations may still be obtained by calling Mrs. Gordon at MO 6-7706 or the Church office, MO 6-4324. MORE DELICIOUS <*,,with Imported Swiss KNIGHT CHEESE! The nut-sweet flavor of true, imported Gruyere cheese gives new zest to food and beverages. Wonderful for TV snacks, and as a dessert or luncheon treat. Package contains 6 handy \bite-size\ wedges. Try Swiss Knight today! Imported Swiss KNIGHT FOR ITSf TRUE SWISS RAVOR SWISS KNIGHT New Castie Tribune, CHappaqua, N/ Y.) March: J 3^(95$; *\^-Ahother^e\y SAFETY' Opened This V/ee(c I at 964 McLean Ave. Yonkers B &M Daaohac Greer—Freestone -Halves r Cdl/llCO SAVE over 13% A 29oz $1 T cans 1 Tomato Soup Campbell's' Ql0y 2 oz$| w cans 1 Tomato Paste Progresso California 11 60Z *1 1 1 cans 1 Rival Dog Food 8\ b5 1 U cans 1 CtllMI A I « Leaf or Chopped OpinaCn Bel-air Frozen O pkgs. 1 Sweet Corn Gardenside Cream Style Al7oz $ | w cans 1 Green Beans Reg. or French Cut Bel-air Frozen E 9oz $ | V pkgs. 1 Pet Milk Evaporated 7 tall $i I cans 1 DOg FOOd Ground Horsemeat D cans 1 Sweet Peas Tomato Sauce Libby's Hash Prune Juice TQWN HOUSE SAVE over 22% DEL MONTE SAVE over 10% CORNED BEEF SAVE over 10% TQWN HOUSE SAVE over 13% STRATFORD FARMS SAVE over 24% Grape Jelly Pineapple Juice Pork & Beans Facial Tissues DOLE HAWAIIAN SAVE over 13% TASTE TELLS or HIGHWAY SAVE over 20% SWANEE PINK or YELLOW SAVE over 11 % BRICK-OVEN ^AKED BEANS BROWN BREAD 2 'IT 37jc 'lri 7c Cream Cheese PHILADELPHIA 1/2 lb. .pkg. 35C Ivory Flakes 12i/ 2 oz. SIZE pkg. 35c Ivory Snow 12V4 0Z.SIZE pkg. 35c Tide THE WASHDAY MIRACLE 19 oz. pkg. 32c pkgs. of 400 Team it up with Safeway Corned Beef CABBAGE FRESH FLORIDA—NEW GREEN EACH BRIGHT HEAD IS FIRM, HEAVY... HAS CRISP LEAVES, TENDERvHEARTS '* lb. Fresh Mushrooms Team 'em up with SAFEWAY lb. \ STEAK For The Finest Produce . . . All You Need Remember is Safeway! Oranges Juicy Florida* Avocados '11.. „,* 19 C Carrots Finest Quality 2 bags 25° Potatoes\ L N :10b b as 59 c Broccoli Apples Rome Beauty 2 ibs. 29° « Mazola Oil THE ALL PURPOSE OIL gallon 2,37 Mexicorn NIBLETS BRAND r\ 1 2 OZ. cans 37c For The Finest Meats . . . All You Need Remember is Safeway! SIRLOIN or PORTERHOUSE U.S. Choice Regular Trim Safeway \Z 0 \ Steaks Sirldiiu 1.03 Porterhouse J. 23' lb. Corned Beef More Reminders Cod Fillet Kaiser Foil With pkg. of HOUSEHOLD SIZE^AJ HALFJ|!CE * comb. j*ry pack w A C Money-Saving Deal Offers Spic & Span Captain's Choice ort Frozen 1 lb. pkg. J/C . . Captain's Choice 1 lb. _ - FloOnder Fillet Frozen pkg. 59c GIANT SIZE 9c OFFQOi 64 oz. pkg. %9 REG. SIZE 4c OFF f| C( 1 6 oz. pkg. 25 Captain's Choice _8 oz. . _ Frozen JL pkgs. OVC BONELESS BRISKET 2nd cuts 1st Cuts ,. k 79° Team it up with CABBAGE for Good Eating —TASTING TELLS THE BIG DIFFERENCE- IN STEAKS AGED BY SAFEWAY the real taste is in the eating! When you serve Safeway Steaks at home, notice the tenderness, the flavor, the juiciness in every bite. The reason: U.S. Choice Grades, with correct aging. Each steak we sell has been held in one of our scientifically air conditioned Aging Rooms just the right number of days to develop full tenderness and fine flavor. Freezer Buy of the Week! VEAL WHOLE OR HALF SIDE YOU GET: Leg and Rump Roasts, Cutlets, Loin, Rib, Shoulder Chops & Stewing Veal (Whole Approx. 90 Lbs.-Half Side Approx. 45 Lbs.) ' c Fish Sticks 35c Toilet Ti SSU6 Marcal — Colored rolJ 10c n ._i •3 pkgs. 25C Pink Salmon Fancy Crests Krispy Crackers Macaroni & Cheese Frozen P k g . 33c Oxydol _ Kretchmer's 12 oz. Wheat-Germ Sugar 'n Honey jar Sandwich Bags M 3o\' Icy Point 1 lb. can GIANT SIZE 8c OFF* \TO 49 oz. pkg. ' ^ REG. SIZE 3c OFF. ^Oc 20 oz. pkg. 32 Nabisco 7 oz. ce no 29c 1 lb. OQ Sunshine pkg. jLYC Stouffer's 12oz Moonlight Mallows cookies pkg. 35c Jones Sausage DAIRY FARM Packed in a white cloth bag for convenience 1 lb. bag. 79c IVORY SOAP PERSONAL SIZE 4 bars 27C MEDIUM SIZE/ O bars 29c LARGE \SIZE 2 bars 33c SEAFOOD SPECIALS FILLET OF FLOUNDER «m 69< SWORDFISH STEAKS — 69c -Mushrooms Quaker State — Pieces and Stems SAVE OVER 14*, Spaghetti Chef Boy-Ar-Dee 40 oz. can 31 C . . _ Chef B'oy-Ar-Dee 15 oz. _ _, Spaghetti SaUCe with Mushrooms can 25c Cheese Ravioli Ammonia 6ic Instant Coffee SAFEWAY 2 oz. jar 6 oz. jar 1.23 Chef 1,5 oz. _ _ Boy-Ar-Dee' can 2 .7 C Parsons quart- bat , 25c Colorado Brown Stoneware 8 CUP SIZE ONLY... Extta . * ' CARAFE ^W ARMER-UNIT 49c (with purchases of $2,50) v Previously Introduced. Items Still-Available Tharvh You For Shopping . Buttons Sliced Buttons in Glasstt' 28 £31 Quaker State Quaker State 4 oz. can 43 C 4 oz. can 3-9* Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Dinner P k g . 41c Spaghetti Dinner with Mushrooms Hudson Napkins 2 P k gs . 33c Satin Finish,— Assorted Colors — 50's Busy Baker Cookies CHOCOLATE FUDGE HVfepz. O SANDWICH P^. WW AIRWA» WE0 AIRWAY 2 oz. jar 43= 6 oz. jar •M.09 REDEEM YOUR HUDSON COUPONS HERE! ' Coconut Shorties, Pecan Shorties or Coconut Chocolate Drops V lb. pkg. 49 WITh COUPON' Advertised prices effective thru Sat. Mar. 15th. We* reserve lhe N right to-limit .quantities. Rone- sold to dealers PLENTY OF FREE PARKING AT SAFEWAY 10 SO. BEDFORD ROAD, MT. KI5CO/N.Y. (S.E. Corner of E. Main St.) 1 HUDSON j AA TWO-PLY 4 -us 41 BATHROOM TISStJE 2 35< \easy-t«ar M WITH TOWELS HUDSON DAMASK DINNER NAPKINS COUPON / i WITH^; 1 COUPON HUD^N 2 P ^4Q C FACIAL . WITH-. , i ^^K ^t' coupon TISSUE

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