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1 / For Buying - Selling - Renting or Hiring Use the Want Ads For Quick, Economical Results TO PLACE YOUR WANT AD . . MOunt Kisco 64133 or CHappaqua 1-0020 PHONE Classified Ads MUST BE PLACED BEFORE 9:30 A.M. on Tuesday Gars, Trucks and Trailers l-M ADAMS MOTORS CO. DODGE PLYMOUTH Mt. Kisco. N. t. 1-13C BUICK 54 special convertible, radio, heater, dynaflow; A-l. $695. Hill. WE 7-3000 evt 363 LE o-837o Sat. Sutv 1-13C Cadillac '57 convertible, dusty rose. 18.000 mi., full power, premium tires (almost new) A-l condition. $3,650 . NE 2-7295 1-13C CADILLAC 1957 coupe Deville, fully powered, like new, low mileage. S3 595 WH 9-6531. 6 to 9 P M. 1-13C Ford 1954 convertible, fully equipped. 1 owner, excellent condition. $800. WE 9-2261 8 a m -5 p m. after 6pm SP 9-7422 1-J3C FORD VICTORIA '56. fully equipped, beautiful condition, best offer. WO 1-3263. Bronxviiie 1-13C FORD 1955 Station wagon, country se­ dan. Good condition. SI.000 MO 4-1200 days 1-13C FORD 1956 Sunliner white convertible Fordomatic. clean. 16 000 miles 51.450 SC 3-1690 1-13C • LINCOLN 1953 hardtop, full power. 1 owner, excellent condition $750. SPencer 9-5584 1-13 Mercury '57 door hardtop, 2 tone green less than lyr. old. 12.000 mi., price firm $1,900. CHappaqua 1-0758 • 1-13C OLDS 1957 (981 comertihle. fully equip­ ped with full power. $2 150 TE 4-0455 1-13C OLDS '58 Super <88> door Holiday, po­ wer brakes, steering transistor radio, heater. S3.200 RO 9-0476 eves. 1-13C PONTIAC '57 Star Chief Full power All new tires Immaculate condition. S1875 OW 8-6992 1-13C PLYMOUTH 1958. white. 2 door. 2.000 ml heater, white vails, standard, pri­ vate owner, $2050. WH 6-1028 1-27C PLYMOUTH Belvedere '58 4 door hard­ top; fully powered; like new CROSS COUNTY MOTORS PONTIAC 9 New Broad St P.C. U E 9-4800 l-M WALLACE J SCOTT JR. (SCOTT-WILLYS) Willys Jeeps - Sales - Parts & Service Route 100 • Wilson 1-8660 Foreign—Sport Cars 1A-13C DKW 1957—2 door radio heater, low mileage, excellent condition 30 mi to the gal. $1 295. SP 9-4353 1A-M HECKMAN •58 RENAULT IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Imperial-Chrysler-Plymouth Renault Albany Post Rd. Harmon. N Y CRoton 1-8400 MO 4-7411 , 1A-13C JTM MCGLONE MOTORS. INC SALES Volkswagen SERVICE Post Rd. a t Harmon CRoton 1-4745 1A-1.1C MG 1958 Roadster, radio, heater, white walls, luggage rack. BE 5-4878 6 to 9 P.M. 1A-13C PORSCHE. 1958. sedan.silver grey with luggage rack, new, 385 mi. Must sell Call MO 4-3151 Instructions 10-13C HIGH SCHOOL — COLLEGE SCIENCE Math tutoring by MIT Graduate MU 5-8636 days *DE 4-7007 eves. 10-13C HORSES — HORSES — HORSES It's fun! It's healthy. Instructions for children and adults. Open Tues. through Sun. REASONABLE RATES: for infor mation and appointment — call BEdford VUlage 4-7807 Help Wanted. Female 11-13C BOOKKEEPER—Ass't controller Start S75 General ledger e\p Air conditioned. White Plains real estate investment co Mr Green; WH 8-1300 11-13C Burroughs Bookkeeping Machine Operator Insurance. Hospitalization Vacation, pension when qualified. Rye National Bank RYe 7-0051 11-13C COUNTER GIRL, all around experience. Hrs. 3-11. 6 days. Will wood Lunch, 665 E. Lincoln Ave. Mt. Vernon 11-13C COOK - HOUSEWORKER — Fri & Sat 11 AM. to after dinner. Top wages References. WE 9-1448 U-13C General office work 35 hr wk Start $60. with benefits Gate of Heaven Cem­ etery, Hawthorne. RO 9-3672 - - 1 1-27 GAL FRIDAY for economist-wnter- stockmarket anal>st, 2 or 3 part-time weekda.vs. $2/hour, accurate t\ping some steno desirable write including education, hours available, P. O Box 26, Chappaqua 31-13C HOUSEKEEPER GOOD cook, cleaning, light laundry, sleep in. own room, bath, air condition Ranch house, Scars- dale, salary S55. OX 7-0636 11-13C HOt'SEWORKER COOK, sleep in. own room, bath; other help: fond children; good salary, references TE 5-1869 11-13C — HOUSEWORKBR exp'd.. sleep in own room. bath, fond of children Mother teaches, call after 3 30 NE 3-5420 11-13 HOt'SEWORKER — .< da\s a week Part time care of children, own transportation references. MO 6-9810 11-13 HOUSEWIFE MOTHER AFTERNOONS CAR REQUIRED This is Delivery of newspaper bundles AND individual tube deliveries to cus­ tomers in vicintv MONDAY THRU SATURDAY For convenient appointment call WH 9-8200 and ask for\ Mr. Anseimo I NT ER EST IN G^H O U D A Y POSITIONS SELLING - NON-SELLING NO LATE NIGHTS NO LATE NIGHTS LIBERAL DISCOUNTS apph in person LORD & TAYLOR <> .30 TO 1 P -M 750 White Pla.ns Rd . Scarsdale Lost and Found 7-13 LOST — German Shepherd, male, large black and tan. Answers to \King\ Re­ ward. Please call POund Ridge 4-5805 Notices 8-TF MAGIC bv WHITMAN—New l£T< ver­ sion of WHITMAN'S TV MAGIC SHOW. \Moments of Mystification \ Children. Adult and Stage shows Save Ad for reference CHappaqua 1-1 \>b 1 11-13C NURSES RN'S — 3 30 — 11 30 1l 30 — 7-30 SHIFT LP'S SAME SHIFT GOOD STARTING SALARY LIBERAL BONUS APPLY PERSONNEL MON. THRU FRI. MISERICORDIA HOSPITAL 600 E. 233rd St. Bronx. N.Y. 11-13C NURSES WANTED RN OR LPN Salary Open LIVE IN OR OUT Brandvwine Convalescent Home Bnarchff Manor, N Y. WI 1-5100 Write or call for interview - MG- •'•<<•! 1111111 'iiLy^iy-y- i-M J - An inexpensive want ad reaches more than 160,000 households Readers turn to the classi­ fied section because it is a great marketplace—where they find an extensive ar­ ray of better-living infor­ mation. Advertisers profit because of this great inter­ est! Why don't you? Get speedy, low-cost ac­ tion by dialing an efficient ad taker who will be happy to help you write a low- cost countywide want ad which will reach thousands of prospects throughout Westehester. Blanket the county with these news­ papers: Help Wanted Female 11-ISC , PANTRY WORKER Male or female, full or part time, many benefits. Presbyterian Hospital. Mary Harkness. Convalescent Home, King St., Port Chester. Call WE 9-1213, 9 to 5 weekdays. _ . 11-20 . - STENOGRAPHER — experienced, for children's institution. 5-dav week. 4 weeks vacation. 10 holidays. 12 days sick leave annually. If interested call MOunt Kisco 6-5115. 11-13 STENOGRAPHER Mt Kisco Mental Hygiene Clinic, Exper­ ienced Start $3190. Increments to $4240. Contact Personnel Office, County Office Bldg . WHite Plains 9-1300, ext. 628 11-13C SECRETARY - GIRL FRIDAY want­ ed in busy New Rochelle Travel Agen­ cy Steno skills necessary. Airline ex­ perience helpful, part or full time. Re­ ply bv letter only outlining experience & salary desired to Box WCP 607, this newspaper 11-13C SECRETARY mature, able to super­ vise office Salary plus lunch & fringe benefits Reply stating qualifications Box WCP 611. this newspaper 11-13C Telephone Campaign Supervisor CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION Related experience necessary Call WHite Plains 9-6741 — 11 «M Telephone Sales CENTRAL WHITE PLAINS OFFICE 5 day. 40 hour week, in the advertising field. Salary plus attractive bonus ar­ rangement. Free Hospitalization and Insurance Many other company benefits Write lull resume to Box WCP 602, this newspaper. 11-1.3 Women to work in Dietary Department — 5 day week, permanent. 7 00 am to 9 30 a m —11 00 am. to 1:30 p m.— 4 13 pm to 6 45 p m. Northern West­ chester Hospital, Mount Kisco, N.Y. Help Wanted. Male 12-13C AUTO PAINTER. 1st. class; 40 hr. wk. salary open; Post Rd. Auto Body Shop, Cos Cob, Conn. NOrmandy 1-7637 12-13C CANVASSERS WANTED Leading concern needs men to canvass for hottest items (home improvement* on market, no competition, expenses plus bonus. OW 8-6300 1J-UC - — COOK EXP'D MALE OR FEMALE 3 days, no nights Salary Open Applv in Pers.-m LORD & TAYLOR '50 Wh te PU.ns Rd . Scarsdale 12-13C Draftsmen — Design Opportunities available for men qual­ ified in the Design Drafting of diversi­ fied mechanical and electro-mechanical components. Our continued growth in the field of quality electric rotating equipment for nearly 50 years will offer every oppor­ tunity to those desirous of fuliy utilizing and expanding their technical skills. Liberal salaries commensurate with ex­ perience ELECTRIC SPECIALTY COMPANY 211 South Street Stamford, Conn. FIRESIDE 8-6203 12-13C YONKERS MT. VERNON _ NEW ROCHELLE MAMARONECK . PORT CHESTER . DAILIES Herald Statesman Daily Argus Standard Star . Daily Times Daily Item WHITE PLAINS Reporter Dispatch TARRYTOWN Daily News OSSINING 1 Citixen Register PEEKSKILL _ Evening Star (Affiliated) WEEKLIES MT. KISCO _ North Westchester Times CHAPPAQUA New Castle Tribune BRONXVILtE-EASTCHESTER Review Press & Reporter « WtSTCHiSTfJ SaOUP KWSWPO SOYUU JU8NT KISCO MGTOKTY. PP 1 <CnstU: tnfomi m MSTCKsm ctoop mwvun tarn *w euro *w warn Commuters: Phone our Manhattan office at, MU 5-8878. It's located at Room 5622, Grand Central Terminal Building, New York 17, N. Y. From Grand Central Station's lower level take. the elevator near Track 105: .from the upper level use the elevator near Traek *3, DRAFTSMAN Minimum 2 yrs. exp'd. In design of small tools, dies, machine parts. Inter­ esting work, some college required. Growing concern New Rochelle All ben­ efits. Write Box WCP 567, this news­ paper 12-13C — ENGINEER Test Equipment EXPERIENCED ON EQUIPMENT FOR ELECTRO-MECHANICAL, AUDIO PRODUCTS, TRANSISTORS, AMPLIFIERS, MICROPHONES, RECEIVERS, 0 AND PHONOGRAPHIC CARTRIDGES. SONOTONE CORP. Personnel Department 92 Main Street, White Plain* Help Wanted, Male 12-13C T.V. SERVICE BENCH, good opportun­ ity CAPITAL RADIO, 1 S Main St. Port Chester WE 9-8110 Employment Agen., Female 13-TF GRIFFINS EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. Help furnished by day. week, month. 31 Maple Ave MO Kisco 6-4902 Miscellaneous For Sale 16-M ANTIQUES bought, sold and restored. Pennsylvania Dutch In stock. Paul Hll- brfch. behind Emmadine Restaurant. Bedford HUls. MO 6-8276. 16-13C At Jack's—Imported English Viyella Tar tan plaids—washable (Value $4 95 yrd ) at $2.98 yd! 33 So. Main St. P.C 16-13C BAR. 32 ft; BACK BAR SINK. BOOTHS. MISCELLANEOUS 9-6 P.M. WH 8-9634 16-13C BAZAAR. RUMMAGE SALE NOV 3RD TO 15TH 10 TO 5 MUSt ULAR DYSTROPHY ASSOC 39 So Lexington Ave. White Plains 16-17 BLACK PERSIAN lamb — long coat 12-14. new st\le. cost 51600. famous name. A-l condition $300 also standing Sunovia lamp $35. WH 8-1821. 16-27 Complete Set \\TY BOOK HOUSE\. Condition Like New CHappaqua 1-0043 19-M COW AND HORSE MANURE Also Top Soil and Cord Wood Tel. MOunt Kisco 6-5995 16-M Custom made slipcovers, sofa and chair $59.50. Solids, tweeds, stripes, florals. Continental NE 2-8700. YO 5-0600 16-130 FUR-BLACK PERSIAN Practically new Size 10-14 YO 5-2184 a m. or eves or YO 8-1947 18 -M Apartments Unfurnished • 25-130— : PLEASANTVILLE — 3-4 J room garden apt with garage. Convenient to /every­ thing. RO 9-4386 ! 25-13C SCARSDALE — 4'/4 room garden apt.: wood burning fireplace. 2 bedrooms $155 Supt. Fort Hill Village, SC 3-0643 25-13C TARRYTOWN — 4'A room garden apt., 2 baths. 1st floor, convenient shopping, etc. $150. ME 1-7496. 25-13C YONKERS — 6 ROOMS $150 PER MO. CALL YO 9-6284, 25-13C WHITE PLAINS — 4 rooms, 4 closets, private house & entrance, tile bath, adults preferred, all utilities $135. WH 9-5023 Apartments Furnished 26-M MT. KISCO — 1. 2. 3. 4 room apts. Also unfurnished. Single rooms with kitchen privileges. MO 6-7772 26-13C RYE TOWN — 3 newly decorated rooms Business couple. 2 women. $100 mo. Writ? Box WCP 590. this newspaper 26-13C TWO ROOM APARTMENT - with fully equipped kitchen. Near bus and rail road. Call MOunt Kisco 6-5800 Houses Unfurnished •27-M 12-13C MAINTENANCE MAN (or couple) — handy, conscientious; exp'd. preferred, top salary; extras from hat checking & socials. GENESIS HEBREW CENTER. Crestwood Station Plaza, Tuckahoe, NY 12-13C — MAN. some college, prefer banking or finance exp. Credit Dept. — opportunity Port Chester MO 4-3750 12-13C MAN. woman exp'd.. clipping poodles, spaniels, terriers Perrhanent. Westport, Conn Capital 7-6ft?5. Capital 7-1302. ————— 12-13C MECHANIC - EXP'D. CENTRAL TIRE EXHANGE 2021 Central Park Ave Yonkers 112-13 MAN SHORT ON CASH—LONG ON TIME We have just the thing for- Man who has afternoons free Monday thru Sat­ urday, and has a car. We offer you the opportunity to turn your spare time Into usefut cash by working for yourself. You would .deliver newspapers to carrier hoys, retail stores and handle home de­ livery by car For appointment call Mr. Anseimo. WH\ 9-8200 or RO 9-0108 12-27 : MEN WANTED for outside work , BEdford Village 4-3448 12-13C MOVING VAN DRIVERS Experienced Owner operators. Must own late model tractor for long distance household furniture moving. Call Feuer Moving & Storage, Mr Mueller YO 3-4050 12-13C PHARMACIST ' Registered for hospital in Westchester 9 to 5 40 hr week, state salary desired P.O. Box 37 Rye, N. Y. 12-13 C ROTARY Pressman and Collator oper­ ators. Good opportunity for ambitious workers. Call Norwalk-VIctor 7-4551 Mr, Dornheimer i 12-13C ————— ROUTE SALESMEN. 5 day w°\k. Salary plui commission. Dairy ProuTjcTs. *Wrlte Box WCP 613, this newspaper. ————— 12-13C ————— SPECIALTY SAI/ESMAN Leading concern needs 2 men td cover leads on hones! selling item on market (home' improvement) No competition Top commission. 0W 8-6300 ! 12-13C > SUPT. of maintenance and engineering boys prep school in lower Westchester County. Applicant must be a \Team'' worker and have administrative ability married man preferred. Engineering de< gree and or experience essential. Po sltlon includes 5 room apt. & all serv­ ices, food. Iatfndry, major medical, Blue Qross & pension plan. Send a brief res ume and state salary range desired. Replies confidentially treated. .Write Box WCP 608 this newspaper. FLOOR SAMPLES EASY CHAIRS—LIVING ROOM SETS —HOLLYWOOD BEDS—ODD BEDROOM PIECES—MANY OTHERS. SELLING ALL AT A VERY BIG REDUCTION. FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED MT KISCO FUNITURE NEXT TO A & P MOunt Kisco 6-8018 16-13C MOVING—living room furniture, plus 2 new fireside chairs, before 10 a m . p m. after 9. & all day Sun. WH 6-2328 16 -M MULTICOLORED VERMONT SLATE FLAGSTONE—IRREGULAR SHAPES WILLIAM A. KING. INC. 'KA 4-0500 19 -M NEW — USED — RENTALS Refrigerators — Ranges Dishwashers — Water Heaters Automatic Washer. 0 — Radios Television Sets MT. KISCO APPLIANCE CENTER BRICCETTI'S MOunt Kisco 6-6453 16-M NOV. SALE — Lay-away for the holi­ days 20 per cent off on dresses, 2 piece outfits. Suits, tweed skirts and hermudas. 5 per cent additional discount for cash. BIB & TUCKER. Mt. Kisco. 16-13 OFFICE FURNITURE, USED Walnut desk S29 Po Walnut secretarial desk 30x60 S89 9.\> ,4 drawer letter files, suspension $19 95 Steel desk, late model .^89 95 Steel shelving, 12x36x75, grey $11.95 Most Reconditioned. Like New REGAN OF WESTCHESTER 31 Tarn, town Rd . nr. County Center WHITE PLAINS- WH 8-6650 16-13C Organ Sales-v-Service— Instruction AT ONE LOCATION Items traded for chord organs, priced for quick sale; 88 note piano $135. 120 bass accordfon M95 Gibson guitar $65| 1 STUDIOS OF WESTCHESTER, 58 Main St WH 8-5277 16-13C PIANO Chickering. Long playing radio console. Excellent condition. WK 9-2743 16-13C RUG & pad 9x12 $50. hiege stair hall carpet *60. Hollywood beds M5 each, lamps S5 & $3, 8 rumpus room chairs S6 each- garden equipment. Xmas orna­ ments $10, office table, outdoor grill RYe 7-5437 16-13C RANCH Mink Coat tsize 14< sacrifice S1000 Cost many times more. Perfect condition. SC 3-4454 16-20 RUMMAGE SALE FRI. and SAT . Nov. 21 and 22 at 10 AM Katonah Presbyterian Fellow­ ship Hall, (formerly Katonah Library) 16-T7 SATINS AND FIRS for Christmas featured at YARDSTYLE MO 6-6186 16-M WALLACE J. SCOTT JR. SCOTT-WILLYS Authorized Dealer - for Gravely SMALL TRACTORS & EQUIPMENT Route 100 Wilson 1-8660 IO%\DISC6UNT on an Toys, Wagons. Tricycles. Use our Lay-a-Way Plan. LEE'S, 53 So. Moger Ave., MOunt Kisco 6-5549. BEDFORD — New 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, option to buy $225 THOS. C. GRIMES CO. Bedford Village 4-3642. 3643, 3644 27-13C BRONX — 922 East 241 St. New house, rooms finished basement, modern kitch­ en, $225 mo. FA 4-6024 or FA 4-3574. 27-1.3C EASTCHESTER — 7 room, 4 bedroom house. Immediate occupancy. Rent $275 mo. SCarsdale 3-4327. 27-13C KATONAH — 7 rooms, 2^ bath, section of large country home. 2' acre, fenced yard. Ideal, discriminating family. Ne ly decorated. Nov. 15th. lease. Best neighborhood. Near schools, stores, ref crencp<; SIT'S m\ another for $200 nv> CEntral 2-4682 after 12. Sat. all day Sun. or eves. 27-27 MT. KISCO—6 rooms. Pets — Livestock 18-13C COLLIE, wire haired terriers: others. Pups, kittens. Central WesteTiester Hu­ mane Rte. 9A Elmsford, N. Y. Wanted To Buy 19-26C ALFRED COOPER buys furniture, an­ tiques, china, silver, jewelrv. pianos, rugs, paintings, linens, bronzes 25 Riverdale Ave.. YO 5-4075 Furnished Rooms 23-13C EASTCHESTER—2 single rooms & bath, new house Walk in closets. Business women WO 1-8875 Room and Board 23A-13C? Elderly' Home atmosphere from $44 wk. Good food & company in famous Gladhaven Club. WE 9-5842 Apartments Unfurnished 25-13 BEDFORD HILLS 4 Rooms Heat, hot water. After 6 pm. MOunt Kisco 6-5519 25-I3C IRVINGTON — 9 mo. sublet from Dec. 1st. 4 rooms, one bedroom $155 mo. LY 1-7149 or LY 1-8332 25-T3C MT. KISCO — 2 bedrooms, living room kitchen-dinette, bath, ail utilities, block RR, $125. MO 6-4933. 25-13 MT KISCO — Want a lovely 4 room apt' Ready, Residential. References. Lease. $115 mo. MO KlSco 6-4718 after 8 P.M. , 25-27 MT KISCO — 7 room apt. on 227 E. Main St. $75 month. Phone MOunt Kisco 6-4806 25-13C MT. VERNON — new house, 3 beauti­ ful rooms; good transportation; business adults. Will decorate; MO 4-5923. ————— 25-13C NEW ROCHELLE — Shady Glen Court 3% rooms. Sublet Dec. 1. $125. NE 6-8689 25-13C • NORTH YONKERS — 5 room apt., all improvements, adults preferred, 5125 YO 8-8094 mornings 25-20 PLEASANTVILLE — 2 room apt., bath, heat, hot water. Call MOunt Kisco 6-4888 Notice To Job Applicants Firms engaged in interstate commerce or in the production of goods tor commerce must pay at least $1,00 an hour and time and one-hall for work over 40 hours In any one week.' . If you have any questions, contact r 'U. S, Department'of Labor, 341 Ninth Ave,, New York 1« N. Y. Tel, LACK- awann*. 4-9400. bath, oil heat. Before noon or hot water, porch, yard eves, MO 6-8370 -27-27 MT. KISCO — 7 room house, conven lently located. Suitable professional of fice or nurses. Teachers looking for i congenial place to live in. MO 6-5778 27-13C EW ROCHELLE — sub-lease, 7 room Split Level 2 baths, den. Ideal location $300. NE 6-1970 27-13C RYE 3 bedroom cottage, exchange part time services, housekeeper & han dyman. Write Box WCP 614, this news paper. 27-13C • • YONKERS — 10 rooms. 2 family, cold ater Cenrtally located Adults prefer red. Reasonable. YO 3-5591. Business Places For Rent 30-18C si CARRIAGE house shop, upholsterer miliar business. Central, private, lawn parking. Rent as is or will remodel TO 9-6868 30-13C ELMSFORD — Light Manufacturing 1,000 sq ft Office, storage & parking $150 mo. LY 2-6987 30-13C MAM'K — Near Thruway Entrance BUSINESS BLDG 1575 sq. ft. Parking area available. OW 8-0600. 30-13C YORKTOWN HEIGHTS — store to rent next to Yorktown Food Center. Parking m rear 800 sq ft. YO 2-9245 Houses For Sale 33-M Mortgages • Loans Investments 39-13C BUSINESS LOANS Quick Action Mortgages Bought County Industrial Corp. WH 6-2222 39-13C — 1 1 $2000-2nd. mortgages 6 p.c. interest. Will buy existing mortages In any ampunt. Civic Investors, MO Vernon 8-0117 North Wastchester Tim6s, Mt. Kisco, N. Y M No% '\ ffi New'Castle Tribune,' Cfiappaqu*, N. Y., NovembW;l3 f mt^. Business Servlca 41-26C HALL'S MOVING CO. (Estab. 1920) Interstate and local moving, storage. Heavy hauling and rigging. Reasonable 66 Main St. YOnkers 3-8088 or 3-4002 • r— 41-M —. STORAGE, remodeling expert work. Rea­ sonable prices. Chappaqua Tailor & Fur­ rier. 53 King St CHappaqua 1-0414. 41 -M i — NEED PRINTING? Send sample te the Suburban Press, 100 Mpln St., ArmonJc Wm. M. Hoffman, memoer HammennUl Guild of Printers. Phone AR 3-3444. 41-13C HAVE THE BEST . S. LECKER & SON. SC 3-1687 Expert •Painting, Paperhanging, Jap Silk, Grass Cloth, Murals, etc. Decorator Designs. Reasonable. (Continued From Page 2) lino's father, Michele Vuotto of Deer Park Road, Katonah. The WSCS of the Katonah Meth­ odist Church will meet on Wednes­ day, Nov. IS in the parish hall at 2 p.m. instead of the regular time. LEGAL NOTICE PROPOSED TAXI ORDINANCE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a pub lie hearing will be held by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Mount Kis- CQ. New York on the 24th day of No­ vember. 1958, a t 8: o'clock in the eve ning of that day. at the Municipal Build ing. 104 East Main Street, in said Vil lage for the purpose of considering and acting upon a resolution duly offered and seconded which would enact an or­ dinance of said Village as follows - — AN ORDINANCE TO REGULATE AND LICENSE TAXICABS AND TAXICAB DRIVERS IN THE VILLGE OF MOUNT KISCO. NEW YORK SECTION 1 DEFINITIONS. Unless otherwise expressly stated, whenever used in this ordinance, the following words shall have the meaning given to them by this section: (a) \Street\: Any street, alley, ave­ nue, depot, court, bridge, lane or pub­ lic place in the Village of Mount Kisco, New York. • )b> \Taxicab \ Any motor vehicle engaged in the business of carrying per sons' for hire, whether the same be operated from a street stand or subject to calls from a garage, residence or otherwise operated for hire, except vehi­ cles subject to the provisions of the transportation corporation law, or used by undertakers in carrying on their business. <c> \Person\* One or more persons of either sex. natural persons, corpor ation, partnerships, associations, joint stork companies, societies and all other entities of any kind capable of being sued td) \Taxicab Stand\: Any place along side the curb of a street, public place or elsewhere which is designated and reserved by the Village of Mount Kis­ co for the use of Taxicabs exclusively. (e) \Taxicab Driver\: Any person who drives a taxicab. vvhetiher such per­ son be the owner of such taxicab or employed by a taxicab operator, or owner. (f> \Operator\: Any person owning or having control of Uie use of one or more taxicatos used for hire upon the streets of the Village of Mount Kis­ co, or engaged in the business of oper ating a taxicab. (g) \Taxicab License\: The permis sion granted by the Village of Mount Kisco to any person to operate or keep for hire any taxicab in such village <h> \Driver's License\: Permission granted by the Village of Mount Kisco to any person to drive any licensed taxicab upon the streets of such village SECTION 2: GENERAL REQUIRE ME NTS It shall be unlawful for any person to drive, operate or keep for hire or pay within the limits of the Village of Mount Kisco any taxicab without first having obtained a license for oper atmg or keeping for pay or hire, a li cense to drive, or both, and having the same in force and effect, under the pro visions of this ordinance SECTION 3: ISSUANCE OF LI CENSES: The Board of Trustees shall have the power from time to time to prescribe the form of application for licenses to be issued as herein set forth. Katonah News Items Dr. and Mrs. Robert Tschorn of Lily Pond Lane, Katonah, accom­ panied by James Schweisthal of Waccabuc, reutrned on Tuesday from Sandgatei Vt. where they had been vacationing over the week­ end. weekend in Katonah with his fam­ ily. George Wincoff of Kelly Circle, Katonah, who is presently work­ ing in Ypungstown, Ohio, spent the LEGAL NOTICE CHAPPAQUA A. T. HOULIHAN. INC. 39 King St. Chappaqua _ 3343C COLONIAL HGTS. — Charming 'Cape Cod, 4 bedrooms, finished playroom, sun deck, ideal location, view. For ap­ pointment call SP 9-5910 33-13C CHAPPAQUA — 3 double bedrooms. 2 '4 baths, living room, dining room. Large kitchen, panelled den 60 ft. panelled playroom, on 9-10 acre, near village. J9.50U. call owner CH 1-1329 33-13C Chappaqua privacy abounds. 1 wooded acre Secluded ram>h. hilltop view' a 2 car garage - AskIn * 33-1 •? GREENWICH—3 bedrooms, small sun- porch. 2nd. living room, kitchen, bath, sunporrh. 1st. large patio Alcoa awn­ ings. Lot 9 .1x190 $14 000. TO 9-5642 33-13C North E Yonkers. new 2 family & o'^. 3 bedrooms each apt plaster, oil hot water heat. 50x100', 77 Gordon St. .W2.000 owner YO 5-7691 33-13C OSSINING ESTATE AREA \charming 3 bedrooms Ranch, 2 baths. H acre, elec­ tric kitchen, porch, garage, sacrifice. ME 1-6050 CR 1-8264 eves & wkends 33-13C —: PORT CHESTER 2 Bedrooms, fireplace in living room, terrace, & patio with barbecue, lot 73x165 Owner $17,000. WE 7-4463 33-13C !— Rye — 5 bedrooms. 4H baths, sports, Bar-b-cue. grounds Offers! L. Moncrieff for P. Barrows. RY 7-1460 33-13C : , Silver Lake area. 2 yr old. 2 family house Large plot, asking $26 000. aj rooms 1st floor. 4 on 2nd. WH 9-4120 33-13C l-TARRYTOWN—4 bedrooms. 1'4 baths, living, dining, kitchen, basement play­ room, residential. Excellent schools. 523,900. ME 1-0539 33-13C WHITE PLAINS NO.—7 room Colonial, modern kitchen, fireplace near station, principals. $21,000. WH 6-2918 33-13C White Plains vie. Orehard Hill. English Tudor. 3 bedroom, G E. kitchen. LevelJ 'a acre Extras. $25,500. WH 9-9884 33-13C WYKAGYL SECTION- 3 bedrooms. 2 bath ranch. Combination living room, dining room. Large plot 5 yr. old. 4 p c. GI mortgage. Immediate posses­ sion. $23,500. Fleidsto-^ 7*0570/ 33-13C YORKTOWN HGTS Route 132 VALLEY VIEW HOMES 3 bedroom ranch on Vt acre. Has every­ thing! $17,900 G.I.'s no down*payment, others 10 p.c. 30 yr. mortgage OWNER SALE GINA CORP. YOrktown Hgts 2-4725 33-13C YONKERS—new 2 family 4 & 5 room apts. good location near schools $32,500 GR 6-3671, YO 5-4710 Business Industrial Properly 34-13C New Rochelle. for rent, 4,000 sq. ft. at Huguenot and Hudson St. suitable show room or manufacturing. NE 6-4244 days and NE 2-7325 eves. tors. Forms, Acreage 35-13C BEDFORD HILLS OVER 6 ACRES, TOP ESTATE AREA OWNER. TE 4-0950, AFTER 6 P.M., Business Opportunities •—— 38-13C MAM'K—Luncheonette, 7 mos n old, fully equipped, $2,000 will satisfy creditors or can be financed over lease. Immed­ iate. Rental $140. Call OW 8-5299 —————— 38-13C • • NOW OPERATINX5 Garage & gas st* tion equipment maintenance. Factory franchises Westchester County & Bronx. Will instruct Good for mechanically in­ clined man. Write Box WCP 603 this newspaper. '— 38-13C = NEW ROCHELLE restaurant, establish­ ed.. go64•location;,.A-l opportunity, terms. NE 3fSIQt' after. 6. NE 6-738.4. days. Such licenses shall be issued over tih signature of the clerk of the Village and only upon payment of the fee there for SECTION 4- APPLICATION FOR DRI VER'S LICENSE: Each applicant for a driver's license must comply with the following- * (a) Produce and exhibit a valid New] York State Chauffeur's License (b^ Be of sound physique with good eyesight and not subject to epilepsy, vertigo, heart trouble or any other in­ firmity of body or mind, which might render .him unfit for the safe operation of a public vehicle. fc) Be able to read and write the English language <d) Be clean in dress and person and not he addicted to the use of intoxi­ cating liquor or drugs <e> No license shall be issued to any person whose Operator's or Chauffeur's license has been suspended or revoked within 5 years of his application. tf> Applicants may be required to submit to such tests relating to driving knowledge and skill as the Board of Trustees mav deem necessary. SECTION 5: PHOTOGRAPH OF DRI­ VER: Each applicant for a driver's license must file with his application three f3> unmounted unretouched pho­ tographs of himself IVi\ x IV in size taken within thirty (30) days proceeding the filing of his application. One photo­ graph shall be attached to the license when issued and the other shall be filed witih the application SECTION 6: FORM AND TERMS OF DRIVER'S LICENSE. Upon satisfactory fulfillment of the foregoing require­ ments, the village clerk shall issue to the applicant a license in such form as to contain a photograph and signa­ ture of thejicense. Each license shall be stamped hy the 6eal of the Village of Mount Kisco upon at least a portion of the photograph. A3I licenses shall be numbered in the order In which they are issued- and shall contain the name and place of residence of the licensee and the dates of issuance and expira­ tion of the licensed Any licensee who defaces, removes or obliterates any of­ ficial entry made upon his license shall be punished by revocation of his license. Drivers licenses shafi expire on Decem­ ber 31st in each year, unless previously suspended or revoked. If an extra-or­ dinary public emergency arises, affect­ ing transportation of the public upon the streets within the village, tempor­ ary permits may be % issued by the vil­ lage clerk under such terms and con­ ditions as the Board of Trustees pro­ vides. SECTION 7: RENEWAL OF DRI­ VER'S LICENSE: A driver, in apply­ ing for a renewal of his license shall on application pot less than thirty' (30) days next preceeding its. expiration, on a form to be furnished by the village clerk which shall consider such appli­ cation and. if found satisfacotry shall Issue the driver's license for the cur­ rent year upon payment of the license fee. SECTION 8: FEES 'FOR DRIVER'S LICENSE: The license fees for a dri­ ver's license or renewal thereof shall be $1.00 for each year or fraction thereof. ' SECTION 9: SUSPENSION OR RE­ VOCATION OF DRIVER'S LICENSE: A driver's license may be suspended or revoked for cause after an investi­ gation and hearing by the Board of Trustees. When the license is suspend­ ed or revoked, the driver's license and badge shall be returned to the Police Department and such suspension, to­ gether with the reasons therefor, shall be noted Trustees. The purchaser of 4 any such taxicab or taxicabs may. not oper­ ate such vehicles until he has applied for and been granted a new license and paid the fee therefor In the man­ ner provided for in this ordinance. No additional license shall be required if a licensed vehicle Is replaced by a new vehicle. ' • SECTION 21: »ASSIGNMENT OR TRANSFER OF LICENSE: .No license may be assigned or transferred. SECTION 22: SUSPENSION AND RE­ VOCATION OF LICENSES: Taxicab li­ censes • may be •'revoked or suspended at any time by the Board of Trustees if the vehicle shall be used willfully and knowingly for immoral or illegal business or purpose or for a violation of this ordinance or State Law govern­ ing the operating of motor vehicles. When the license is suspended or re­ voked, the taxicab license hereinbefore provided for. shall be retained by Wife Board of Trustees and shall be returned only after the. expiration of the sus­ pension period. No license shall be re­ voked unless and until due notice of hearing shall have 'been given to the> holder of such license and such hear­ ing before the Board of Trustese is duly ha SECTION'23: A'lvTIfXES FOUND IN TAXICABS: Every driver of a .taxicab immediately after ffie ^rjhinjiloniof any hirlui'' or' employment. W&t. carefully. search such taxicab for any property lost or left therein, and any such prop­ erty must be deposited with the Mount Kisco Police Department. Any such property must be held, maintained and disposed of according to law. SECTION 24: GENERAL REGULA­ TIONS: (a) Every operator of a taxicab or taxicabs shall at all times keep the in­ side of the cab operated hy him in a clean and sanitary condition and shall at least once each day thoroughly clean the inside of such taxicab. (b) Every operator of a taxicab shall furnish tire chains or snow tires for each such vehicle and every driver shall use them on both rear wheels when needed. (c) No operator or driver of a taxi- cab shall at any time so fasten or lock the door of a taxiicab so that it is im­ possible for a passenger to open the same from the inside. Every operator shall provide means for unfastening doors of taxicabs so that such doors may be readily opened on the inside by a passenger. (d) Changes of address of operator or driver shall be reported to the Chief of Police asd the Village Clerk in writing within three days. (e) The driver shall have his license with him at all times and exhibit it to a police officer upon request. SECTION 25. VIOLATIONS- 1: OWNER: Any owner or operator or driver of a vehicle not licensed and equipped in accordance with the pro visions of this ordinance and of the reasonable regulation of the Police De partment established hereunder, or of a vehicle the license of which has been suspended or revoked, who engages in the business of a public taxicab as here­ inbefore defined, or attempts to engage in such business, or who permits an unlicensed driver to drive such vehicle upon the street of the village shall be deemed a disorderly person and such act shall be deemed disorderly con duct punishable by a fine of not more than Fifty ($50 ) Dollars for each of­ fense, or imprisonment for not exceed ing ten (0.0) days or both such fine and imprisonment. 2: DRIVER: Any person not having been duly licensed as a taxicab driver, or any person whose license as such driver has been revoked or suspended and Who during the time of such sus' pension, drives for hire a taxicab upon the streets of the Village, shall be deemed a disorderly person and such act shall be deemed disorderly conduct and shall, upon conviction be punish able by a line of not more than Fifty ($50 > dollars or imprisonment for not exceeding ten (10) days or by both such fine and imprisonment 3: SUSPENSION AND REOVC ATION OF LICENSE: In addition to the fine imprisonment, or both, authorized by this ordinance, any licensee shall be subject to the suspension or revocation of his license upon conviction of any violation of this ordinance. The -village clerk may. in his discretion, suspend or revoke a license granted under any provision of this ordinance, ipending or In advance of the criminal prosecution of the licensee. SECTION 26: TITLE: This ordinance may he known and cited by the follow- in:: short title. \Taxicab Ordinance\. SECTION 27- SEPARABILITY • The fact that any Court of Competent jur isdiction may hereafter declare unron stltutional or invalid any part or section of this ordinance shall not affect nor invalidate the remaining provisions of this ordinance or chapter. All ordinances or parts of ordinances inconsistent with the provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed. This or dinanee shall become effective after it's publication and posting in accordance with Section 95 of the Village Law Order No. 643 Dated: November 3rd, 1958 BY ORDER OF THE BOATED OF TRUSTEES Oscar F T Schonfeld Village Clerk K 11-13 T-l A reminder to parents of chil­ dren of the Katonah Elementary. School that the 15 minute individu­ al parent-teacher conferences are coming up this month and the first one was scheduled for yesterday, Wednesday, Nov. 12 second Mon­ day, Nov. 17 and the final one for Wednesday, Nov. 19, from 7:15 to 9:30 p.m. Appointments must be made by calling the school. As these conferences take the^ place of this terms report cards' it is important to student and par­ ents to make and keep an appoint­ ment with the respective teacher. Girl Scout News MOUNT KISCO TROOP Girl Scout Troop 167 of Mount Kisco held a Halloween party. rizes were given for the prettiest costume, the funniest and the most original. Karen Ticknor won the prize for the prettiest, Jean Martin and Mary Ludwig won the prizes for the funniest and Judy. Meloni won the prize for the most original. We played games. We played a punch board game. Mary Jane Johnson did a mono­ logue. Mary Rogers, Scribe. The People of the State of New York BY THE GRACE OF GOD, FREE AND INDEPENDENT TO MOLLY G. STALH WORTHY. ELLEN LANE, THOMAS HENRY LANE IVOR WOOD. SIDNEY WOOD. REGINALD WOOD. GEORGE WOOD. JR . PERCY MASTERS HAR OLD MASTERS. FRED MASTERS LEN MASTERS, STAN MASTERS. COUNSUI GENERAL OF GREAT BRITAIN. NA TIONAL SURETY CORPORATION SEND GREETING. Upon the petition of KENNETH C COLE. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER residing at Country Gardens in the City of Rye County of Westchester, State of New York. You and each of you are hereby cited to show cause before bur said Surro gate 's Court of the County of Westchest er at the Surrogate 's office in the City of White Plains on the 16th day of December, 1958, at ten-thirty o'clock in the forenoon of that day why a Judicial settlement should not be had of the accounts of KENNETH C. COLE, the above named petitioner as ADMINIS­ TRATOR of all and singular goods, chat­ tels, and credits of LIZZIE MASTERS, deceased who at the time of her death resided at Bedford Road, in the Town of Bedford, County of Westchester and State of New York Dated. Attested and Sealed, November 3rd. 1958 Honorable JOHN J. DILLON. Surrogate of Westchester County JAMES S. MAY. Clerk K 11-6. J 3. 20, 27 T-4 Mount Kisco Troop 298. Nov. 5, 1958. We played games outside at our meeting. Rose Policare was elected treasurer of the Cardinals and Judy Brown of the Robins. We reviewed the various duties of the new officers and worked on our Thanksgiving favors. Sandra* Greene and Leslie Justice, scribes. Mount Kisco Troop 167. We held a spaghetti supper in the Fellow­ ship Hall of 'the Mount Kisco Presbyterian Church on Monday night, to which each girl invited members of her family. Under the direction of our leader, Mrs. Do- minick Meloni and Mrs. John Mar­ tin Jr. assistant leader, we pre­ pared the whole supper, served our parents and cleaned up the hall after the six o'clock meal. LOADED FRUIT STRATHMORE, Alta. «>-Five tons of apricots were collected this year from one acre of trees that bore fruit for the first time. Orig­ inal stock for the orchard, man­ aged by the Brooks Horticultural station, came from Manchuria in 1938. LEGAL NOTICES BEDFORD HILLS FIRE DISTRICT ELECTION NOTICE BEDFORD HILLS FIRE DISTRICT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pur­ suant to Chapter 624 of the laws of 1932 as amended known as the \NEW TOWN LAW\ the annual election of of­ ficers of the BEDFORD HILLS FIRE DISTRICT will be held on Tuesday. December 2, 1958 a t the Town House, Bedford Hills, N. Y. The polls will be open for the receipt of ballots from seven(7), o'clock in the evening until ten(10) o'clock in the evening. The of­ ficer to be elected is onefl) Fire Com­ missioner to be elected for a term of five (5) years. Each Fire District Commissioner must at the time of his election be a resi­ dent elector of the district and also be the owner during the term of his of­ fice of property within the fire district assessed upon the last complete assess­ ment roll of the town. Candidates for Fire District Offices must file certificates of nomination at least ten (10) days prior to the date of -the annual Fire District' Election with the Secretary of the Board of Fire Com­ missioners, whi?h cerUficates must be submitted \n peUtion form subscribed to by Twenty-five (25) qualified voters of the district. Dated, Bedford Hills, N.Y. November 11, 1958 BOARD OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS OF BEDFORD .HILLS FIRE DISTRICT Alexander T. Baldwin Raymond S. Belanger Chester L. Dexhelmer Salvatore J. Pennessi Harold W., - Smith * LeRoy Curtis, Secretary Kll-13 T-l NOTICE By virtue of default of A Conditional Sale Contract held by the General* Motors Acceptance / Cdrporatlon. assigned and executed by Mrs. Eva Rosifort, Vendee, I will sell on the 19th day of November, - 1958, at 11:00 a.m., at Marty Motors Corporation, 271 Bedford \Road Mt 'Kis­ co, New York, one 1958 Oldsmoblle 4 dr.. Serial No. 587L01117. This car^s open for inspection. The seller reserves the rights to bid. Edward A- Teclaw .'• .\Auctioneer • • KU-13 '.T-l NOTICE OF ANNUA!, ELECTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an election will be held at the Independ­ ent Fire Company House, Senter Street, Chappaqua. New York, on Tuesday, Dec­ ember 2, 1958 between the hours of 7:00 o'clock P M. and 10:00 o'clock P.M. Eastern Standard Time for the following purposes: 1. To elect a resident elector 1. To elect a resident elector of Fire of Fire District No. 1 of the Town of New Castle, New York, as Fire Com­ missioner for a term of five years to succeed G. Edwin Rogers, whose term expires December 3(1, 1958. The polls shall remain open for the receipt of ballots from 7:00 o'clock P.M. to 10.00 o'clock P M. Every Fire District Commissioner must at the time of his election be a re­ sident elector of such Fire District and must also be the owner during the term of his office of property within such Fire District, assessed upon the Jatest completed assessment roll of the Town of New Castle Every Elector of the Town of New Castle who shall have resided in Fire District No. 1 of the Town of New Castle for the period of thirty '30) days next preceding the election .shall be qualified to vote for Fire Commissioner. • TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that nomi­ nations shall be submitted to Clarence A. England. ,Tr . Secretary of Fire Dis­ trict No. 1 of the Town of New Castle in petition form subscribed by twenty- five '25) qualvfied voters of the Fire District and such nominating petition shall be filed by the candidates named therein with the Secretary of the Fire District at least 10 days prior to De­ cember 2. 1958. A form of nominating petition will be furnished by the Secre­ tary upon request by any candidate. Ballots for the election of Fire District Commissioner will be prepared by the Board of Fire Commissioners and will specify the names of the candidates duly filed for the officer of Fire Com­ missioner and in addition will contain proper blank spaces for such office. Dated: November 10. 1958 BOARD OF FPRE COMMISSION- ERS OF FERE DISTRICT NO. 1 OF THE TOWN OF NEW CASTLE, NEW YORK BY: G. Edwin Rogers- James J. Harrigan Joseph D. Burpo Charles Dedde Fred F. Benke. Commissioners C A. England, Jr. Secretary 11-13 t - 1 NOTICE OF ANNUAL ELECTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an election will be held at the Millwood Fire House. Millwood. Town of New Castle, New York, on Tuesday. Decem­ ber 2. 1958. between the hours of 7:00 o'clock P M. and 10:00 P M . Eastern Standard Time, for the follow­ ing purpose: 1. To elect a resident elector of Mill­ wood Fire District of the Town of New Castle. New York, as Fire Commission­ er for a term pf five years to succeed Robert L Deems, whose term expires on December 31. 1958. 2. To elect a resident elector of Mill­ wood Fire District of the Town of New Castle. NeW'York as Fire Commission­ er for a term of one year to succeed William R. Cubbins, Jr., who was ap­ pointed to succeed Charles Tatham, re­ signed, whose term expires on Decem­ ber 31, 1959. The Polls shall remain open for the receipt of ballots from 7:00 o'clock P.M. to 10:00 o'clock P.M. Every Fire District Commissioner must at the time of his election be a resident elector of such Fire District and must also be the owner during the term of his office of property withia such Fire District, assessed upon the latest completed assessment roll of the Town of New Castle. Every elector of the Town of New Castle who shall have resided In Mill­ wood Fire District for the period of thirty (30) days next preceding the elec­ tion shall be qualified to vote'for Fire Commissioner. TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that nom. Inations shall be submitted to Thomas L. Honan, Secretary of Millwood Fire District in petition form subscribed by Twenty-five (25) qualifed voters of the Fire District, arid such nominating petitions' shall be filed by the candi­ dates named therein, with the Secretary of the Fire District at least ten (10) days prior to December % 1958. A forni- of nominating pettition will be furnished by the Secretary upon request by any candidate. '. ; , .<_ Ballots for the election of Fire ,Distrlct Commissioner wll be, prepared byi.the\\ Board of Fife Cornmlssloners ?ana*• •\v\UV: specify the ijames of the candidates; duly filed for the offices of, Fire* Com^' mlssloner and in addition v ?ill . qohtatn' 7 proper blank spaces \for '/such/ offlcSsV' Dated: November 10,1958 > '--^Ws BOARD OF FERE C»M}CSSIOrMRS ; \• OF MILLWOOD .\FIRE;:^DISTRIGSI^ OF- THE TOWN ; OP NEW iCASTI w ' NEW YORK/B.Yf ;/•-'<-

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