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-. _ W ESTCHEST USINESS 18 North Wesfchaster Times, Mt. Kisco, N. Y., Nov. 6, 1958 New Castle Tribtfne, Chappacjua, N. Y., November 6, 1958 RECTORY Here's The Way thousands of North Westchesteries will save time and money by patronizing these area merchants. You will find here a complete lists of services off red. Your local husu nessman is ypur best friend. Use this directory for all your needs. Art Supplies ART supplies for novitt and professional S Toys — Books — Stationery Records — Cameras FOX & SUTHERLAND 16 South Moger Avenne Tel MOunt Kisco 6-8088 Dairy No Bedford Rd Tel. Mt. KISCO 6-6034 Druggists Auto Parts Mt. Kisco Auto Parts & Machine Shop Service Wholesale Supplies & Equipment 96-98 Lexington Mount Kisco TeL MO 6-4112 & 6-8345 Bakery lei. Mt. Kisco 6-4848 -TOE FR^CH & f DANISH BAKERY: ; ? Home-Baked Cakes & Pasteries. ' So. Moger Ave., .Mount Kisca Beverages Mount Kisco Bottling Company, Inc. Tel. MO 6-4700 Kisco Beverages • BALLANTINE DISTRIBUTORS Bicycles REPAIRED Bought — Sold NEW and USED LEE'S 51 S. Moger Ave. Mt. Kisco (Between Supermarkets) 6-S54* Schwinn Columbia Rudge New & Used—All Sizes Repairs on AH Makes SETS MADE MARINELLTS 809 E. Main St^ MO Kisco 6-8231 Books tor Complete Selection of the Latest BOOKS— Stop in and See U» FOX & SUTHERLAND 15 SO. MOGER AVE. MOunt Kisco 6-8088 Call 0. W. B00ELSEN For I'reaeiiptloiu i-done Mount Kisco 6-9173 iSast Mam St. Funeral Directors PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDS! Prompt Service MT. KISCO PHARMACY 17 South Moger Ave. MOunt Kisco tf-4577 - 6-9154 Electrical | BRICCETTI'S | •MT. KISCO APPLIANCE CENTER! I SALES & SERVICE 1 | ON ALL APPLIANCES | i NEW & USED RENTALS 1 WIRING INSTALLATIONS | ELECTRICAL REPAIRS j ELECTRICAL FIXTURES |'I3E. Main St. M0 6o453j fHpm'\imiini!l|i||!iriBar'|i|(i Florists DAYBROOK FLORIST House Plants Funerals Flowers By Wire * 87 E. Main St. TeL MOunt Kisco 6-5656 Telephone MO 6-4840 288 EAST MAIN ST. MOUP.T KISCO, N. V. 0ELKER& COX Air Conditioned yjfa Funeral Home 262 Easf Main St MOunt Kisco 6-5891 serving ohls Area uvex 20 Years Furniture J. H. CRANE & SON Furniture Floor Covering MOUNT KISCO. N. Y. Tel MOont Kisco 6-6578 Hardware PRATT & LAMBERT VITRALITE — ENAMEL Builders—Contractors O'Brien & Kinkel, In< S3 Maple Ave. Mount Kisco ;Tel. 6-S171 SSSSSSSSS SAVE LIVES Cameras & Supplies to Camera fen! Book* — Records —- Gifts FOX & SUTHERLAND 15 South Moger Avenue TeL MOunt Kisco 6-8088 M .to ITiMisyov IcfeatlMSM^ • • • to your fiesfess • • • to shvt-ins • to friftocfs ^ • • «to yovr cfwiidb Ses oor complete setecfts^ of corsages, centerpieces, fresh cot flowers, fuB blooming plant*. FLOWERS- BY-MflU Anywhere, Yoer SaHsfaettoii Easy to apply. Pleasant to use because there's ao painty, odor. The porcelain-Mke film of Pratt & Lambert Vitralite Enamel keeps its color and luster even after repeated washings. Use Eggshell or Gloss in any of a wide Variety of colors. KISCO PAINT & HARDWARE 35 So. Moger Ave. MO 6-8292 Distributor? PRATT & LAMBERT PAINTS ...the perfect way is to Say if with FLOWERS WEST MAIN STREET GREENHOUSES, INC. 322 East Main Street MOunt Kisco 6-4457 Funeral Directors |Oark Associates! KATONAH. N. £. FUNERAL DIRECTORS: Complete Funeral Services Phone CEntral 2-3033 Phone CEntral 2-453b Insurance SCHAEFER - TICKNOR AGENCY • 37 W. MAIN ST. Mount Kisco, N. Y. MOunt Kisco 6-5774, 6-64(0 THE AGENCY OF SERVICE ice Cream FOR THE FINEST ICECREAM THIS SIDE OF HEAVEN. ITS THE GOODY SHOP 190 E. Main Street MOunt Kisco 6-9068—S-90T4 Our Speclaltyl fee Cream Cakes for Parties Moving & Storage G.MARSHALL Van & Storage Co., Inc. -—Local & Long Distance- Packing • Crating • Shipping Agent United Van Lines, Inc. • Tels: Mt. Kisco 6-5888 ROgers 9-0180 NEW I With RT-98 AAobilheaf OUR 4-in-l Plan includes: Delivery of New Mobil- heat, the new fuel oil that actually; cleans your oil burner as it heats your home . . . gives more clean heat per gallon. Automatic delivery. Your tank is al­ ways kept filled. Expert burner maintenance. And you pay in small, equal monthly payments—at no extra cost! For really easy home heat, sign our plan now! HALSTEAD - QUINN FUEL OIL, INC. MOBILHEAT, FUEL OIL, MOBILGAS TeL MOunt Kisco 6-4151 Radio — Television MARINELLI'S 20V 6. Main St. MO &-823I Dartmouth Tied By Princeton; Little League Race Tightened Roofing — Siding KATONAH ROOFING CO. 37 Huntvllle Rd. Katonah, N. V. Asphalt — Asbestos — Slate Roofing — Siding Flat Roofing - Metal Work - Repairs Est. 1926 Tel. CEntral 2-3084 Second Band Dealer WILLIAM ELMAN Scrap Metal and Iron New and Second Hand Structural Steel — Rags BEDFORD HILLS. N. Y. Tel. MOunt Kisco 6-4944 Sheetmetul John A. Marshall SHEET METALWORK AND ROOFING warm Ait Heating— AIT conditioning THAT! HER'S—Coal. Gas and Oil 100 Lexington Avenue MOunt Kisco 6-4296 By TODD CASO Princeton dealt a mighty blow to the Dartmouth team last Satur­ day, coming from behind to' tie the Green and tighten the Little League race between Dartmouth ano> Cornell. In the first game, Yale again proved that they are the weak team in the league. This time they ran into powerful Cornell and came out on the short end of a 34-0 score. Cornell kicked to open- the game. Neither team could do anything in the first quarter. At the start of the second quart­ er, Cornell drove to the ten, and had a fourth down and goal to go play. Quarterback Kent DeFelice took the ball and threw a pass that was intercepted by Yale de­ fender Steve Neubert. Yale aunched a brief attack, but the Red struck back when fleet half- halfback Brent Cleland scored through the line from ten yards away. The try for the extra point was missed, and Cornell led, 6-0. Yale received the kick and started to counter-attack. After several good gains, led by Mike Hall's 40 yard run on a reverse, Yale was within a few yards of the Cornell goal line, only to have the clock run out. Both teams played well in the first half, but the next two quarters proved to be a nightmare to Yale. Yale booted to start the second half. Cornell drove to the five, and then Cleland took the ball over for the second time. Tim Mc­ Carthy made the extra point on a run around the left side. The score was 13-0, but Cornell wasn't through. Later on in the quarter, Cornell pulled off a pretty play for their third touchdown. De- Felice got the ball, faked a jump pass nicely and gave the ball to McCarthy on a nifty reverse, to score from the eight yard line. They pulled the same play for the extra point, and jumped farther ahead, 20-0, at the end of the third quarter. Cornell struck twice in the last quarter. DeFelice faked a jump pass as McCarthy came around on what looked like the same play that they scored on in the third quarter. Apparently that's what Yale thought, too, because De­ Felice faked he reverse to Mc­ Carthy and bootlegged around right end for the TD. Bruce Piper caught a pass for the extra point. Cornell led, 27-0. Yale finally got the ball, but quickly lost it again, when Quarterback Lynch tried a pass from his one or two yard line which\ was intercepted by Cornell end Moodie in the end zone for a touchdown. McCarthy went over for the extra point to give Cornell an easy win, 34-0. In the second game, Dartmouth finally met their match in a de­ termined Princeton team. Princeton booted a short kick, which hit a Dartmouth lineman in the leg. Princeton end, Doug Ebert, fell on the ball to recover it for Princeton, but it didn't fig­ ure in the scoring. In the senond quarter, Halfback David Lasker got the ball and skirted left end for twenty yards and a touchdown. The extra point try was no good, but Dartmouth led, 6-0. Princeton picked up a good gain on a Maloney to John Dingwall pass, but the attack stal- Frosh Cagers To Have Own NWIL Loop A freshman division will be add­ ed to the seven-team Northern Westchester Interscholastic Basket­ ball League this year but only six schools will compete for the ninth grade title. Somers, which plays NWIL baseball and basketball but switches to Northern West­ chester-Putnam circuit for football won't have freshman representa­ tives in the upcounty loop when it inaugurates the new division on Jan. 6. Competing for the ninth grade cage championship will be Fox Lane, John Jay, Briarcliff, Horace Greeley, Lakeland and Yorktown- Freshman league play may be extended to baseball next Spring if the basketball experiment proves successful; the ninth grade games will take place on the aft­ ernoon of the day varsity and jay vee teams are booked. They'll commence at 3:30 P.M. while the night contests commence with a jayveee attraction as usual at 7:30. in as usual at 7:30. Herb Pitman will be freshman coach at Fox Lane and Tom Col­ lins will fill that role at John Jay INTRODUCING OUR (IIRVICIQ HALSTEAD-QUINN FUEL CO., INC. 464 Lexington Ave. MO 6-4IS 1 Joseph P. Alaimo NORTH BEDFORD ROAD MOont Kisco 6-6339 LENNOX WARM AIR HEATING AIR CONDITIONG AND GENERAL SHEETMETAL WORK Stationery Painting A. BELL Painting & Decorating Contractors — Glazing 177 LEXINGTON AVENUE MOunt Kisco 6-5078 WHEN BETTER PAINTING IS NEEDED — CALL JOSEPH H. B0NDI Interior Decorating Painting Contractor MOunt Kisco 6-6202 275 EAST MAIN ST. Printing Jeweler O. J. ROY (Eat. 1909) PRACTICAL WATCHMAKING JEWELER and CLOCKMAKER 3 South Moger Ave. At Leeds Tel. MOont Kisco 6-5870 For Results Use The NORTH WESTCHESTER'S THE PLAZA PRINTERS FRED A, SETAPEN. Prop. Depot Plaza MO 6*8888 .STATIONERY 4r- -SUPPLIES Gifts — Cards — Candles Cigars — Cigarettes FOX & SUTHERLAND 15 South Moger Avenne TeL MOunt Kisco 6-808S Sporting Goods GO PREPARED WITH THE BEST SPORTS EQUIPMENT C. .1. I&MJM CO. 837 East Main Street TeL MOunt Kisco 6-6867 Area Bowling Results MT. KISCO WOMEN Results Cranes 4, Marshall Plumbing O; Halstead-Quinn 4, Kisco Supply O; Kensico Tube 3, Kisco Beverages 1. Standings W. L Halstead - Quinn Cranes Kisco Supply Kensico Tube Geo. Marshall Plumbing Kisco Beverages 2111 20 12 18 14 18 14 10 22 9 23 BEFORD HELLS WOMEN Results Scraperettes 3, Duff's Auto Re­ pair 1; Gallaghers 3, Martabanos 1; Slicerettes 4, Max's Variety 0. Standings Duff's Auto Repair Scraperettes Slicerettes Gallaghers Max's Variety 25% 21 19% 16 14 KATONAH WOMEN Results Madcaps 3, Potters 1; Phelps 3, Marions 1; Ahrens 3. Sherman Park 1; 19th Hole 3, Honebon 1. Standings (To Nov. 2) Phelps Pharmacy 19th Hole Honebon Potters — Madcaps Ahrens Catering Marion Shoppe _ Sherman Park _ W 19 18 16 12 12 11 10 10 L 9 10 12 16 16 17 18 18 Soft Water Radio—Tetevis ton BRICCETTI'S Sales & Service Rentals RCA — GE — PHILCO ZENITH — EMERSON (3 L Main St. M0 6-8453 , $ mm DOYLE'S Dumont - Magnavox MOunt Kisco 6-4783 Mt. Kite©. N. Y. We otter a complete line oi watei conditioning products and services: •Service Softeners •Home-owneo Models •Salt •Oil Soap •Iron. Taste and Odor Removal ©Chlo- rinators. Chemical Feeders •Com­ mercial and Industrial water con­ ditioning. CULLIGAN 21 Armonk Road (at the Crow Road) Mount Kisco, N. S. TEL MOnnt Klseo 6-8818 SOFT WATER SERVICE Wallpaper A. BEIJL WALLPAPER (IN STOCK) • T. H. Strahan • BIrqo • W. H. S. Lloyd • Schumacher • Nanoy .Warren Paints-—Glass—Mirrors 177 LEXINGTON AVENUE TeL MOunt Kisco 6-6073 BUSWESS DHtECTOR Y BEDFORD HILLS MEN Results Baloney Slicers 4, Pines Bridge Lodge 0; Permanent Pavement 4, Horticulturists 0, Valley View 3, New Bedford Mkt. 1; Burbank Mo­ tors 3, GBB 1; Patti Const. 3, Friedmans 1; Hi-Hatters 4, Marta­ banos 0; Elmans 3, Center Store 1; Megnas 3, Gallaghers 1; Build­ ers 3, Bedford Bus 1; Bedford Laundry 2, Harrisons 2. Standings Megnas 27 25 25 'xroads industrial Results Rockhill 3, Kensico Tube Two 1; Marinellis 4. Vince Byrne Inc. *0 Kensico Tube One 4 M-Ten-Bosch 0; Daums 3, Briccetti Electric 1 Cuperior Electric 3; La Barbera Brothers 1; Cox & Fish '4, Kisco Beverages 0; Sunnyfield 4, Carni val Lunch 0; Cas Motors 3, Whalen 1, North Castle Plumbing 4, Pound Ridge 0; ., v . Standings ~ Marinelli.s Sunnyfield Cox and Fish Superior Electric Cas Motors J&M Auto body Poundridge Kensico Tube No.l North Castle Plumbing La Barbera ros. Rock Hill Bricettis Electric M-Ten-Bosch Whalens Daums Gallaghers Kensico Tube No. 2 Carnival Lunch Kisco everage Vince Byrne Inc. led, and the Green led, 6-0, at Hie half. Dartmouth kicked off, and ran into trouble when a long pass, Maloney to Ebert, clicked, to set up Princeton's touchdown. A few plays later, fullback John Bogart went through the line for the first touchdown scored on Dartmouth this year. The all-important con­ version was missed, and the game^ was tied, 6-6, at the quarter. The last quarter saw both teams trying desperately to score. Princeton was stopped on the Dartmouth five with one minute left in the game. Dartmouth tried a few plays, but the gains were small. Bruce Campbell stepped back and threw a pass that was intercepted on the 20. That finish­ ed the scoring, and the game ended a 6-6 tie. From the Sidelines: Dartmouth is still in the lead, and still undefeated with a 3-0-1 record, .but Cornell is not far be­ hind with 3-1. Princeton is next with 1-2-1, and Yale is 0-4.. .Next week Dartmouth plays Yale and Cornell takes on Princeton.. .The rained out games will be played November 15. Dartmouth and Cor­ nell play the big one, with the outcome probably deciding the,- winner... 22 22 22 21 20V 2 2OV2 18 1 18% 17 16 16 16 14 13 12 12 6 XROAD 5-MAN Results Camillis 4, Amuso Const. 0; Cor- si Const 4. Independents 0; Auto Parts 3, Westchester Auto Body 1; Cohens 3, Gorhams 1; Katonah Barbers 4, Auto Glass 0; Halstead Quinn 3. Bricciertis 1: Adams Mo­ tors 3, Smilkestein 1; Standings Baloney Slicers Permanent Pavement • New Bedford Mkt Harrisons Elmans Patti Const GBB Bedford Laundry Center Store — Valley View — Builders Gallaghers Hi-Hatters Horticulturists — Friedmans Bedford Buns —?~ Burbanks Martabanos Pines Bridge Lodge • 25 •25 • 24 19 18 18 18 17 17 16 16 16 15 15 13 13 10 9 8 8 ANDY'S CLASSIC Results Elks One 2, Katonah Diner 2; Boutons 3, Amermans 1; Vitales 3, Kisco Florist 1; Lakeland 4, Pier Excavating 0; Cross Roads 4, B & B Tire 0; Furniture Ex­ change 3, Pest Control 1; Elks 1-A 4, Mottalbanos 0; Cas Motors 4, Marty Motors 0. Standings Vitales Katonah Diner Lakeland Boutons Pier Excavating Cas Motors =— Kisco Florist _ Montalbanos — Elks 1A Mt. Kisco Furniture Ex. Crossroads « Pest Control —. Amerman's Service Elks - One . Marty Motors '. B & B Tire 27% 26_ 22 20% 20' 20 19 19 19 16 16 15 13 12 10 9 Auto Parts Halstead-Quinn Corsis Gorhams Camillis Katonah Barbers Briccettis Auto Body Smilksteins Cohens Amusos Glass Co. Independents Adams Motors 22 21 21 20 18 17 16% 16 15 13 12 11% 11 10 Schneider Has High Score As Team Wins ,Jack Schneider was credited with 196 and 494 weekly high scores on Oct. 29 as Bell Seat Covers defeated Kisco Delicates­ sen by a 2-1 count in Mount Kis­ co Legion's three-man tenpin loop. Team highs for the week were shared by Fox & Sutherland, who finished with a 473 game while beating Rossi Brothers, and Alai­ mo Sheet Metal, who turned in the only shutout and rolled top three, 376, against Bedford Ridge. Amuso Contractors remained a game and a half in the lead after turning back Town Hardware 2-1 with 34 pins to spare. BEDFORD HILLS MEN - Baloney Slicers won a four-point shutout from Pines Bridge Lodge to join Megna Contractors in a tie for Bedford Hills men's league leadership last week. The colead- ers hit 2768 to share week's high series with third ranked Permen- ent Pavement; the latter only missed a season high by three pins with 1023 as they hit the jackpot for four points against Horticultur­ ists. Individual highs were Max Femmer's 246 and 578 as Valley View stopped fourth' =plaee New Bedford Market 3-1. ANDY'S CLASSIC Viltales added a point to their Andy's Classic lead on Oct 31 when they defeated seventh place Kisco Florist 3-1 while runnerup Katonah Diner was being held to a 2-2 standoff by 14th rated Elks One. Lakeland progressed from fifth to third place by blanking Pier Excavating, former occupant of that position. Pier skidded into fifth pace as a result .of the set­ back. George Ganson of Boutons has high average of 187 in the Classic; last week his 588 series was tops Diner's Frank Morabito had a 214 singleton—highest of a dozen dou­ ble century scores credited Clas<- sic bowlers that night. KISCO LEGION 3-MAN Results Alaimos 3, Bedford Ridge 0; Fox & Sutherland 2, Rossi Broth­ ers 1; Bell Seat Covers 2, Kisco Delicatessen 1; Amuso Const. 2, Town Hardware 1. Standings W. L. Amuso Const. 14 7 Fox & Sutherland 13% 7% Rossi Brothers 11 10 Alaimo Sheet Metal — 11 10 Bell Seat Covers 10 11 Kisco Delicatessen 10 11 Town Hardware . 9% 11% Bedford Ridge- 6 15 XROAD WOMEN Results Halstead-Quinn 3, Cross Roads 1; Pines Bridge 3, Adams Motors 1; Thelma Ha|r Stylists One 3, Amu* so Const. 1; Marinellis 4, Jerrys 0; Furniture Exchange 4 Potters 0; Cranes 4, Corsis 0; Thelma Hair Stylists Two 3, Stolls 1; Tuf- Top 2, Briccettis 2. Standings Thelma Hair Stylist2 Adams Motors Marinellis Adams Motors Halstead-Quinn Stoll Furniture Thelma Hair Stylist 1 Cranes Bricettis Corsi Construction Pinesbridge Crossroads Amuso Tuf-Top Jerrys Furniture Exchange Potters 27 5 22 10 26 6 22 10 20 12 19 13 19 13 is 14 17 15 15 17 \14 18 14 18 11 21 11 21 10 22 8 24 5 27 Jays Beaten 5To20n Soccer Field John Jay High School hooters didn't fare too well collectively ast week dropping a 5-2 decision :o Sleepy Hollow High at Tarry- town on Oct. 29 but individually couple of the boys brought un­ expected hut welcome honors to Coach Bob Boissy and the school they represent. Although John Jay is only in its first soccer season two players have performed well enough to gain all-county recognition from the Westchester Soccer Coaches Assn. which annually selects an all-county aggregation. Colin Martin of John Jay was named to fill the left halfback slot on the coaches' \dream team\. Peter Schuyler, also of John Jay was named reserve goalie with the first string designation going to John Powers of Sleepy Hollow; he and Schuyler were in the nets when the Horsemen won last week. Powers turned back all John Jay scoring attempts except one by Fred Free. MRE MORE Kis spts nlf Jays eaten tk 2 The game was contested on a muddy, slippery field and it wasn't until the second half that Sleepy Hollow broke away for the win. The hosts scored first in the sec­ ond period as Charley Pilla took a pass' from Ralph D'Alessandro and then headed the ball past the John Jay goalie from four yards out. Shortly, after, Free evened mat­ ters with a low, hard shot from eight yards. An illegal use of the hands pen­ alty gave Sleepy * Hollow a free kick and Al Regmo made'the point: good. In the fourth period. Sleepy 1 Hollow clinched the win as Lou\ Bakacs skidded the ball through- the mud and through goalie Schy- Ier's legs. The Summary POS_Sleepy Hollow RF Diaz LF Hayes RH Mangierl OH Lee LH Briggi OR Pilla IR^_ Bakaqs C . Regmo • '- IL D'Alessandro OL SdarpelletU John Jayv Johnson i . Brown; , Whpian ?! • • • , v ..Wilson* * •:. - CvirtiitM^

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