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New Castle tribune. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1927-????, April 10, 1958, Image 17

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North Westchester Times, Mt. Kisco, N. Y., April 10, 1958 FOURTH and newest division of the Mount Kisco Fire Depart­ ment is the Fire Police, who this year on April 2 elected this group of officers and elected to \dine in\ at the Green Street Firehouse, where their wives waited on them. Seated left to right are Henry J. Cullen. ser­ geant; Charles Ford, second lieu­ tenant; Joseph Bronzino. captain, Percy Omme. first lieutenant and Anthony Tarncciano, secre­ tary. Rear row in same order; Trustees Herbert Love, Edward Finch, Thomas Thomason, Ralph Delise. Sal JBronzino and treas­ urer, Paul Burchman—Photo by D. B. Kirchhoff MITl'AL MEN of the Mount Kisco Fire Department who had their election dinner at Ciro's Restaurant, North Bedford Road, take time out for their annual picture. Seated left to right are Charles Dreyer. engineer; John Eline, first lieutenant; John Li- eto, captain; and William P. Malsbury, Jr., president. Rear row, same order: James Mat- toni, chief; Vincent Federico, fi­ nancial secretary; Arthur Mul- doon, recording secretary; James O'Gonnor Sr. treasurer and Charles Burkhart, assistant engineer. Not present when pic­ ture was taken, was Howard Kensing, vice-president— Photo by D. B. Kirchhoff fie wahfs his cai+ote cooked like mine\ Wefcaven'tmadVa'survey of rabbitsTbut mostcEildren andrgrownupsvdlUgOtfor<carrots--or^other l T vegetables ax>kedin!an T electricsaucepan r T withautomatic;temper- r ature control. No burning. No boiling over: No watching. An;electric saucepan is another-inodern convenience.made possible by'depend- able Con Edison electricity* Flash Fire Scorches Car In Garage William Fisher, thirty-eight, of Katonah was unhurt but a station wagon on which he was making repairs was badly scorched by a flash fire that broke out last Wednesday morning in Murphy Brothers' Garage on Main Street next door to the Mutual Engine & Hose Co. fire station and only across the street from the police headquarters. Fire Department officials said Fisher had drained gasoline from the tauk of a vehicle owned by his employers and was in the act of removing the gasoline tank when an electric light bulb accidentally fell into the grease pit in which Fisher was standing. The bulb broke, igniting gasoline on the floor of the pit. Fisher scampered out of the flaming pit in time to avoid be­ ing burned but was unable to push the car out of the way as flames enveloped it. John Murphy, one of the broth­ ers who operate the garage, raced across the street to police head­ quarters to report the fire and a general alarm brought all com­ panies to the scene. Northbound Main Street traffic was diverted at the Jeff Feigl New Castle Tribune, Chappaqua, N. Y. ( April 10, 1958 17 UNION HOOK and ladder group of new officers having their annual election dinner in Jerry's Restaurant on April 2, pose for the picture which each year is part of the event. Officers Square intersection to avoid con­ gestion and interference with the fire fighting. The blaze was quick­ ly brought under control and dam­ age was confined to the station wagon. NEW SKYLINE SUGGESTED PORT CHESTER—This village needs a new skyline, claims John Messina, Republican candidate for trustee in the April 22 election. Last night he outlined plan for an eight-story office building with three tiers of parking beneath it on the westbound side of the New Haven Railroad plaza. Messina says project would be pnvately- financed at cost of $2,500,000, would provide annual taxes of $40,000 to $50,000. OES HEADS. HONORED HARRISON—Approximately 200 persons attended district deputy night April 7 at a meeting of Harrison Chapter 789, Order of the Eastern Star, in the Harrison Presbyterian Church. OES honor­ ed Mrs. Virginia George of Larch- mont, district deputy grand ma­ tron of the Second District of Westchester, and Kenneth R. Judd of Hawthorne, district grand lec­ turer. MIRED IN MUD In the American-financed oil fields in Sumatra, workers have to use snow tires and chains to get their trucks over the muddy tropic­ al roads. seated left to right in the front row are: R. T. Lynch, treasurer; John Quinn, vice-president; Jos­ eph Fitzgerald, president; Her­ bert Ferris, second assistant John Marshall, Fire Commis- chief. Rvar row, same order: sioner; Norman Rice, first lieu- Ralph Nichols, secretary; Ray- tenant and Anthony Cerbone, cap-, mond O'Boyle, second lieutenant, tain—Photo by D. B. Kirchhoff: INDEPENDENT _Fire Com­ pany of Mount Kisco, assembled for the annual election dinner meeting in the Mount Kisco Elks Club, will be governed by these newly elected officers. Seated front row, left to right are J. Everett S a r 1 e s , treasurer; Charles Comstock, president, Wil- CONGRATULATIONS and the chief's gavel are tendered here by retiring Chief Joseph Fitz­ gerald to new Chief James Mat- toni of the Mount Kisco Fire Department, who was elected at the meeting in the Mount Kisco Mutual Firehouse Thursday evening. At extreme right is Gordon Gorham, first assistant chief and at left, Herbert Ferris, second assistant chief, who will be recommended as the Fire Department's choice as Mount Kisco Village Fire Inspector, to the Village Board—Photo by D. B. Kirchhoff Lost Wallet Returned But $50 Is Taken The joy that eighty-five-year old Charles Haynor felt upon hav­ ing his lost wallet returned soon dissolved into bitter disappoint­ ment when he learned that the person who found it had taken all but $1 of $51 it contained before returning it to him.. Mr. Haynor, retired, makes his home at Bedford Hills but he was visiting relatives in Mount Kisco when he lost his wallet Friday af­ ternoon somewhere on West Main Street. He told Mount Kisco Police the wallet contained almost $60 in addition to personal papers. The unidentified finder put the wallet in an unmarked envelope and deposited it in a mail recep- acle in Mount Kisco; identifica­ tion cards traced ownership to the Bedford Hills resident who was happy to get the wallet back but disillusioned too when he found $50 missing. protect 1 your cor build this garage all materials* as little as $ 00 P er month With our advice and easy-to-use materials you and a friend can build this big two car garage on weekends. *All materials except masonry requirements are included. Framing Lumber, Novelty Siding, J-M Roofing Shingles — choice of colors — choice of one large or two small overhead doors —* roof deck­ ing; 2 windows Drive down . . . ample parking. We'll explain financing. PUTNAM VALLEY Lumber & Supply 4 Corporation || 434 MANVIUC ROAD • ROOEtS :?: ' PLEASANTVtUE. NEW VOW Chun- • •< y Mt. RIBCO < H Open weekdays till 4:30; Saturdays all morning. liam Whalen, captain and Henry nancial secretary; Oliver Knapp Prokopp secretary. 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