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New Castle tribune. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1927-????, December 11, 1958, Image 16

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16 New.Gastle Tribuna, Chappaqua, N. Y., December 11, (958 Police, Board Discuss Salaries Here A committee from the Moun Kisco Police Department, includ ing Sgt. Flavio Benini, Patrolman Ernest Hahn and Patrolman Hen­ ry Martinez met Monday«night with the. 'Village Board to discuss salaries of Mount Kisco policemen for next year before budget fig ures are compiled. A survey of Westchester reveals that the start­ ing salary of Mount Kisco patrol men is on the \low\ side, in fact below median. In the latter part pf November salary increases of $104 and $156 a year for village employes were approved by the Mount. Kisco Vil­ lage Board. But the board reject­ ed other measures that would have given upper income employes an increase and raised the salary le­ vel that can be reached by auto­ matic increases. The $104 increase will go»to em­ ployes in grades one through six. The larger increase will go to those in grades seven ^through 12 The board's action was based on recommendations . made earlier this month by Village Manag er David Goodman. The board did not include in its salary resolution bis proposal for $52 and $78 a year increases to employes who have reached their maximum salaries under the Vil­ lage's pay schedule. The board has - approved Mr. BANK BONUS, PROMOTIONS OSSINING— A 10 per cent semi­ annual bonus for employes was approved, and two assistant trust officers were elected by the board of directors of the First National Bank & Trust Co. of Ossining last night. Named to the trust posts were Miss Phyllis Scott and Rob­ ert Hooley, who is also an assis­ tant cashier. Goodman's recommendation for advancing jhe \median\ salary, the level reached with automatic increases, one step for all em­ ployes. SAD TALE OF A DEER MOUNT PLEASANT - A deer, apparently struck by a car, was attacked by two dogs on the Ta- conic State Parkway, just south of Chappaqua Rd. Saturday after­ noon. Passing motorists drove off the dogs, and attempted to assist the injured animal which later died. State Police were called to 'remove the carcass. FRANKLIN property deed, being displayed here by Mrs. Carrie Brownrorer, at left, a descendant of Hachaliah Brown and archivist of the Somers Cir- _cus Museum, is examined by Mrs. Mary Egan, president of the American Circus Memorial ADVERTISEMENT Association and Dr. Winifred Franklin at extreme right. Giv­ en originally by Pierre van Cortlandt to Levi Parent, this document was among the many interesting items viewed by visit­ ors on Nov. 22 when Dr. and Mrs. C. Ray Franklin of Lincoln- dale opened their home for the benefit of the Somers Circus Museum—Photo by D. B. Kirch- hoff. TELEPHONE TODAY It costs so little... near or far. For example MT. KISCO TO LOS ANGELES $2.00 For the first 3 minutes, Station-to* Station, every night after 6 and all day Sunday. Plus 10% tax, Dancing Class Schedules Yule Party The Ninth Grade Social Dancing class of the Fox Lane High School, will mark its first annual Christ­ mas festivity, when members go to the Roaring Brook School, join with the students there for a party. Dancing will begin at 7:45 and conclude at 9:15 p m. and will combinp the classes of Jeremiah Richards in both schools. Bus transportation for the Fox Lane students will be provided, with the pick-up schedule as fol­ lows: Scott's Corners, 6:45 PM.; Bedford Elementary School- 7 P.M. Bedford Hills railroad station, 7:15 P.M. and Moses Taylor Jr. Post Legion Hail at 7:30 P.M. This party replaces the regular dancing period held Friday eve­ nings at 9 P.M. in the Fox Lane School. The Dec. 19 session will not be held- The return schedule for the bus will be as follows: Legion Build­ ing, Mount Kisco, 9:30 P.M.; Bed­ ford Hills station, 9:40 P.M.; Bedford School, 9:55 P.M. and Scott's Corners 10:10 P-M. Par­ ents are requested to be at these terminal spots promptly to meet the bus and pick up their chil­ dren CHASE AND CAPTURE BRIARCLIFF MANOR — Two Connecticut youths and one from Vermont, who attempted to bea. up two Briarcliff teenaters, were cacght after a police chase a. speeds up to 90 m.p.h. Saturday night and charged with disorderly conduct. Patrolman Theodore Breen of the Town of Ossining po­ lice forced the youths to halt aft­ er chasing their car for about 16 miles north on Route 100, into Somers. The trio had stopped the two Briarcliff boys about 9:30 and after asking directions to Connec­ ticut, jumped from the car and began to rough the youngsters up. The Manor boys fled and reported the incident to the police. 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