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North Westchester Times, Mt. Kisco, N. Y., Nov. 6, 1958 CHILDREN'S ward of the Northern Westchester Hospital, Mount Kisoo, is due for some original wood cuts, being sup­ plied by the Senior Planning Girls Scouts Board. Shown here are Judy Dempewolff at left and Elean Benjamin at right of Ka- tonah's Troop 146 as they show a cut of Old King Cole to Jim­ my Newbrand, recovering from a broken leg, who seems to be taking a dim view of the whole thing—Photo by D. B. Kircfa- hoft MEMBERS of the flower show committee met at the home of Mrs. William G. Hunter, (right), 20 Revere Road, Larch- mont, and discussed final plans for the Ninth District Federated Garden Clubs of New York State, Inc., Flower Show \En­ chanted Holidays\ which will be held at the New York Athletic Club, Travers Island, Pelham Manor, on Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2 p.m. to 9 p.m.; and on Thurs­ day, Nov. 13, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mrs. Hunter is the flower show chairman, and a member of the Garden Club ofl^Mnibnt Mrs; Matthew F. Ratchford, (left), Dingle Ridge Road, Brewster, is co-chairman of staging, and a member of the Brewster Garden Club. Mrs. M. Freeland VbnGal, (center), 200 East66tfi St, New York City, is the chairman of juniors, arid a meiftbel^b!' the Brewster Garden Club. Conservation, Mrs. Waller's Topic at Farmers' Meeting By WILLIAM H. SANDERS Oct 29 was the date set for the fall meeting of the Bedford Farm­ ers' Club. It was a mild autumn day without rain, for a change. The meeting place as \Tanrackin House\ the lovely home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Waller. Some eighty members came forth to meet the gracious hostess, Mrs. Waller. President William Will called the meeting to order, speaking of the pleasure of the membership to be again invited to the Waller home. Mrs. Waller made everyone wel­ come, and said it was a red let­ ter day at \Tanrackin\ to have the Club meeting. Mr. Will told of his recent trip to Washingtonville, N. Y , to visit the largest winery in the East This winery is probably the coun­ try's oldest, having been operat­ ing for 119 years. They have 35 acres of grapes, and buy from many local growers. Mr. Will saw great cellars with giant oaken bar­ rels seasoning many gallons of all varieties of wine. Their main out­ put is sacremental wine for use in the many churches^, throughout the country. Topic, Conservation . Mrs. Waller was, at this time, Introduced to speak on conserva­ tion. The title of her subject was \Conservation is Everybody's Business\. Mrs. Waller said the lubject is very important to our well-being, end in time, our very existence. Each one should feel the responsibility to^help save, and use wisely, the good things God has given. When man upsets the bal­ ance of nature we all suffer. Crowding population and the vast highways are making inroads on our wild life; and now, in ad­ dition, the poison sprays. West­ chester County is well blessed with great acreages of parks and wild life sanctuaries, including Bed­ ford's own Mianus Gorge. Many people are giving unused acres and swampland for this very pur­ pose. Saving our swamps is very important. Our many garden clubs and societies are doing noble work in this line We can all help - see to it that our schools have good conservation teaching; there are many available movies on the sub­ ject, also nature walks and Aud­ ubon bird study groups. We can make sure that children grow up •to guard our Natural History her­ itage. We must act now while land is available. Massachusetts and Maryland have taken legislative acts in this line. The late Dr. Stevenson started a plan to have a community nurs­ ery to grow trees to beautify our roadsides - a noble plan that is being' carried on. A community compost heap would be of great value. We should preserve our nat­ ural fertilizers. We live on far too many chemicals as it is. Poison Spray* MAKING MERRY at Friday night's Halloween party at the Westchester School of Nursing, Grasslands Hospital, are student nurses, left to right, Gerda Kaup of Katonah; Judy Lock of Fishkill; Beverley Vincent of Gardner, Mass., and Patricia Kennedy of Bronxville. The fun included dancing, as well as the traditional Halloween games, and prizes were given for the best costumes. About 200 young women and their guests were in attendance — Staff Photo by James Nevins * Mrs. Waller went on to explain how the widespread use of govern­ ment poison sprays, and, dusts, is hard on animal life. Birds are said to be affected so they may not reproduce. Th£ state Of Ala­ bama is planning,(to the tune o> $200,000 a mass spTay of many thousand acres to kill \fire ants\. Many regulations are to 'be given while the poisoing is going on: children must stay indoors, dogs must not lick water from puddles, cows cannot graze for a period of thirty days. What are we coming to as a nation? Just who is going to save God's wild life? We must work one and all to keep our sac­ red trust of the land. Work is love made'\visible said Mrs. Waller. Zoning laws are doing a great ser­ vice. Our billboard laws are weak, and now that we have \litter bug\' laws with fines for wrong-doers, it's everyone's duty to turnin those who disobey Mrs. Waller closed her talk, and invited her guests to partake of delicious refreshments. The attend­ ing members do thank Mrs. Wal­ ler for her kind hospitality. Historical Society Actions Reviewed at Recent Meeting The Bedford Historical Society met last Tuesday evening at His­ torical Hall with Robertson T. Barrett president, presiding. Mr. Barrett reviewed recent ac­ tivities of the society stating that in keeping with the oiginal pur­ pose of the founding of the Society in 1916, it had this year spent some $1,000 on repairs of Histor­ ical Hall: painting the interior, giving it a new ceiling and mend­ ing the many window panes which has been broken by vandalism. Since 1956 the society has tried to become townshipwide in its ap­ peal. In line with this it has sponsored Albert B. Corey, state historian, and Edward P. Barrett, former town supervisor as speak­ ers; and shown movies of colonial arts and crafts and of the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of Bedford. It has instated Gerard Wood as chairman of Bedford landmarks and Mrs. William A. Kelly as chairman of Bedford families. In 1957 Robert G. Brown looked into the possibility of supplying Historical Hall with water and sewage facilities. It was found to have cost some $10,000. For this reason the board of directors de­ cided to abandon this scheme and limit the use of the Hall for less money. Mr. Barrett suggested that the building may become a \white elephant\ but said that it was used for \Bedford Days\ last spring and is used at election time. The Society also owns the Court House and \The Stone Jug.\ Over 300 persons visited the museum from July 4 to Labor Day on 10 Saturdays. E. Ritzema Perry, a member of the' nominating committee along with John Kinkel and Holbrook B. Cushman, presented the slate. For three year terms as direc­ tors, Mrs. Carl Cnobloch, Avid E. Taube and William Fitz Gib­ bon; for president,\ Mr. Barrett; secretary, Mr. Fitz Gibbon; and vice president, Mrs. Cnobloch; treasurer, Mr. Taube. A resolution was read in mem­ ory of the late Col. Thatcher T.P. Luquer. Whereas the members of the Bedford Historical Society have learned with deep regret of the death on August 16, 1958 of That­ cher T. P. Luquer who as. a charter member and officer of this society and as an individual citizen had made many important contributions of nis time, energy and influence toward the perpetu­ ation of the history and traditions of the Town of Bedford; and Whereas among these services were his activities as Town His­ torian of the Town of Bedford in the performance of which he work­ ed earnestly and effectively to bring the people of the township to a fuller and more appreciative knowledge of its evolution from the Hop Ground settlement to the Bedford as it exists today; and Whereas Colonel Luquer served with distinction as chairman of a committee of citizens which spon­ sored the celebration held in 1930 in commemoration of the 250th anniversary of the first purchase Volunteers Needed at Blind's Home Volunteers are urgently needed to assist at the New York Guild for the Jewish Blind's Home for the Aged Blind, 75 Stratton Street Yonkers, according to Mrs. Irving Adler, director. People are needed to help with handicrafts activities such as weaving, knitting, sewing, and hat-making. Also, volunteers are needed to read to residents^ and to serve as drivers and guides on trips. It is requested that volun­ teers who should register by tel­ ephoning Arthur Segal at YOnkers 3-4661, be prepared to provide their own transportation to and from the Home. The Home is one of the many services of the New York Guild for the Jewish Blind, a multi-pur­ pose agency serving the blind and visually-handicapped of all ages, creeds, and colors with casework and counseling for blind people and their families; a Group Work and Recreation Department, in­ cluding more than 60 clubs and classes; paid job training in four sheltered workshops; Vocational Placement; a nursery school for bl i n d and visually-handicapped children at the Guild's City Center, 1880 Broadway; a braille trans­ cribing service, and the country's largest privately-owned collection of hand-transcribed braille vol­ umes. Garden Clubs To Give Show Wednesday Chappaqua gardeners will join with their neighboring horticul­ turists for the Flower Show \En­ chanted Holidays\ to be staged by the Ninth District, Federated Gar­ den Clubs of New York* State at New York Athletic Club, Pelham Manor. Show hours will be 2 to 9 p. m. Wednesday of next week and 10 a. m, to 5 p. m. the fol­ lowing day, Thursday. Mrs. Thomas Hockstadter of Haights Crossing, member of the Chappaqua Garden Club, is a con­ sultant for one of the 23 various artistic classes. There will. be more than 150 artistic arrange* ments interpreting the holidays. ' Among the horticultural exhibits, there will be an indoor planting used as a room divider, exhibited by the Chappaqua Garden Club. Mrs. Murray J. MacDonaid of Whippoorwill Rd. is chairman for the entry. COAT IS STOLEN Mrs. Fred Bernstein of 65 Park Drive, Chappaqua, reported to Vil­ lage of Mount Kisco Police mat a $150 black, fingertip length coat with a mink collar\ had been stolen from her car while the automobile was parked at Northern Westches­ ter Hospital. The robbery occurred on Oct. 19th. from the Indians of lands included in the present township; now be it Resolved that the members of the Bedford Historical Society, as­ sembled in its Annual Meeting, hereby record their appreciation for the services performed by Thatcher T. P. Luquer for the Town of Bedford during his long and useful life and their sense of loss in his passing; and be it further Resolved that the text of mis Resolution be spread on the min­ utes of the Annual Meeting and that copies be sent to local news­ papers with a request for their publication. New Castle Tribune, Chappaqua, N. Y M November 6, 1958 15 Wild Turkey Is Topic for Audubon Unit Tr* Bedford Audubon Society will meet on Friday evening, Nov. 7 at t :0 in the Bedford Hills Com­ munity House, when Roger M. Latham will be the speaker. The meeting will be open to the public. Mr. Latham's topic is a timely one. He will speak on the wild turkey and will illustrate his talk with a film produced by the Penn­ sylvania Game Commission. Mr. Latham is the sports editor of the Pittsburg Press and at one time was Chief of the Division of Re­ search of the Pennsylvania Game Commission. He is an ardent con­ servationist and in 195$ received the National Conservation Award from \Outdoor Life\ for his work on the wild turkey. Mr. Latham has' written The Complete Book of the Wild Tur­ key\ which is, indeed, complete for it analyzes not only the life history and habitat of the bird, but gives helpful hints on prepar­ ing it for the table. Members of the Sportsmen Club of Northern Westchester have been invited to attend the meeting and refreshments will be served after the program. Audubon Room Opens The Audubon Room in the Com­ munity House is now open on Wed­ nesdays from 2:30 to 5:30 P.M. under the direction of Mrs. Daniel Quigley. The room will be manned! throughout the year by members of the Bedford Audubon Society and is open to \\e public. There are two interesting —di­ bits on the room at present. Eu­ gene Decker, Resident Director of the Westmoreland Sanctuary has a collection of native food for wildlife. Nicholas Shoumatoff has preserved specimens of 22 native ferns. This is part of the educa­ tional program which will be fea­ tured in the room and which should be of interest to adults as well as to children. STAR CARPET OF STAMFORD-*. * HALF-ROLL CARPET SALE FROM THURSDAY, NOV. 6th, To WEDNESDAY, NOV. 12th OPEN TUESDAY NOVEMBER 11th, 8 A.M.-8 P.M. Not some poor left-overs, but thousands of Half-rolls big enough to carpet a full house, all sizes, colors, textures, at a price you could not even carpet a single room. We have the right car­ pet for everybody's needs! You must come to believe. On -the new Thruway you can reach us easier than Downtown New York. We give you a fractional condensed list. 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