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New Castle tribune. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1927-????, December 11, 1958, Image 17

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North Westchester Times, Mt. Kisco, N. Y., Dec. 11, 1958 Icy Streets Blamed For 4 Accidents Slippery roads resulting from a light snowfall were blamed for four minor auto accidents that oc­ curred on Mount Kisco and Bed­ ford highways on Dec. 6. There was only slight damage and no one was hurt. Mount Kisco police reported two collisions at about the same hour, 2:55 P.M.; a car operated by Car- mella Silicato of 328 Lexington Ave., Mount Kisco, was rammed from behind on that thoroughfare by a vehicle driven by twenty two year old John Bueti of New Cas­ tle Drive, Mount Kisco. Cars driven by Audrey Healy of rchard Rd., and Marion Hohen- stein of Kathleen Lane, Mount Kis­ co, collided at the same hour on Lexington Ave. near the Columbus Ave. intersection. Both were south­ bound when the Hohenstein car skidded and hit the rear of the other vehicle. Bedford police re­ ported two mishaps within five minutes time Saturday morning. At 11:25 A.M. Archibald Wirtz, sixty six, of Guard Hill Rd., Bed­ ford, escaped unhurt when his car skidded while eastbound on Route 172, left the road and hit a cul­ vert. At 12:30 a car driven by Marianne Potter of Katonah skid­ ded and flipped over on its side at the junction of Route 22 and Beaver Dam Rd., Katonah. Bedford police said Norma Bou­ chard, twenty nine, of Yorktown, was involved in an accident at 11:50 A.M. Saturday when the hard top sedan she was driving south on Stamford Rd., Bedford, skidded into a rock ledge. 'Open Evenings 'til Christmas' LOWREY organs mod*U from (W&OO KRANICK & BACH • WINTER & CO. PIANOS LARGEST SELECTION OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND MUSICAL GIFTS IN WESTCHESTER. CENTURY MUSICAL INSTRUMENT CO. 178 MAMARONECK AVE. WHITE PLAINS 9-8448 OPEN EVENINGS Tuesday and Thursday During These Winter Months Fully qualified registered representatives will be on hand to explain our function as brokers; to discuss investment techniques and your personal investment objectives. HAYDEN. STONE & CO. Member The New York Stock Exchanqe 55 Church Street White Plains few York City - Call Dlfbj 4-6790 Stocks WHite FIsini 8-2500 Bonds Conn. Call DAvls 5-1885 Mutual Funds $\ ^burban Floor Covering SPECIALISTS, INC. 42 I L Main Street MOunt Kisco 6-6166 141 EL Post Road WHite Plains 9-1140 Kentile Rn tbber Tile Vi lnyl Tile Li taoleum Co **k Tile Plastit t Wall Til BroadL oom Carpet tag Rug Clea ning We Install FORMICA EMERSON SISTERS, Julia T. and Helena T , descendants of Ralph Waldo Emerson, here are being shown an ancient child's bed by Dr. Winifred Franklin, at extreme right. This was one of the many choice antiques in the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. Ray Franklin of Lincolndale, who opened their home on Nov. Citizens Advisory Group Draws 60 to 1st Meeting Lot us replace your old linoleum counter tops with glistening, new, In* lasting Formica. Free) EstlmaHn \One of the finest responses from a group of volunteers that I have ever seen\ is the way John R. Tulloch, chairman of the Mount Kisco Planning Board described the Dec. 4 meeting in the Muni­ cipal Building, which attracted more than 60 interested residents who are now members of the cit­ izen's advisory committee on the Comprehensive Development Plan for the Village of Mount Kisco. This extensive study, undertak­ en by Raymond and May Asso­ ciates, of present Sillage condi­ tions and their recommendations for planning for the years of ex- pansoin immediatelv ahead, will be reviewed and studied by several groups under a chairman, re­ cruited from among the volunteers ! who were present. Each chair­ man will be expected to submit a report of findings and comment, representative of the thinking of his unit, at a later date. The traffic and highway com­ mittee met Monday evening with Daniel O'Leary as chairman; the zoning committee with Frank Broz as chairman, is meeting to­ night; the business district com­ mittee with J. Edward Fox as chairman has set Dec. 29 for the first meeting and John Herbert, chairman of the recreation plan committee will meet with his com­ mittee on Jan. 2. George M. Raymond and David Ornstein of Raymond and May Associates, answered questions from the floor, and discussed the background and objectives of their firm's proposals. Raymond and May have sub­ mitted both a Comprehensive De­ velopment Plan and a proposed zoning ordinance. The zoning or­ dinance, if adopted, would have the force of law, but the develop­ ment plan, even if accepted by the Planning Board, is' an advi­ sory document only, intended as a guide for the village board. The Comprehensive Development plan was submitted in a 183-page book, which includes a detailed planning and survey analysis, the plan itself, and a section on means of putting the plan into effect. The proposed Zoning Ordinance is a separate document of some 60 pag es, including a zoning map, dis- have enforcement and appeal. VOLUNTEERS Village residents who agreed to serve on the advisory committees appointed thus far in­ clude: highway and traffic, Mr. O'Leary, chairman, John Mackey, Angelo Briccetti, Elia Chiappinel- li, Edward Heller, Victor Hughes, Thomas King, Delbert Plankey Peter Waeger, Donald Kofoed, Frank LaClave, Dr. Kenneth Mor­ gan, Edward Reynolds, and Rob­ ert Stewart; business district, Mr. Fox, chairman, Edward C. Fay, Seymour Bernstein, Thomas Brie cetti, Paul Burchman, Arthur Charney, Andrew Durr, Herman Fox, Robert Holloway, Samuel Lieberman, John O'Boyle, George Raymond. Also, Dr. Martin Weinstein, Jos eph Pascucci, Herbert Rinkoff, Leonard Rose, J. Everett Sarles, Joseph Saroken, Mr. and Mrs. Eu­ gene Siegman, Irving Simon, Theo­ dore Slosson, Samuel Smilkstein, Edward Stoll, and Louis Valentino. Kis Citizen's Advisory three 9dh Recreation, Mr. Herbert, chair man, Mrs. John Bennet, Donald Buttenhem, Rabbi Sanford Hahn Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Joyce, Mrs Phyllis Cullam, Mrs. Henry Sev­ eral, Kalman Fox, Morton Eliga tor, Eugene Hack, Arthur Meyer Francis O'Boyle, Caroline Cross land, Clifford Balcom. Zoning, Mr. Broz, acting chair man, John Bresman, Angelo Brie cetti, Joseph Busman, F. H. Caroe Mrs. Albert Chiappinelli, Mr. Gme lin, Garland Hicks, Thomas Joyce Benjamin Lipstein, Henry Lock wood Jr., William J. McLaughlin Jack Morretto, Edward Salvato, John Stacey, Robert Stewart, G Howard Taylor, J. Allen Stewart Frank O'Conner, Carl Daum, Ed ward Olim, George Halstead. Pub licity and public relations, Grang er Tripp, chairman; Mrs. Arthur Dixon, Rev. Benjamin Griffin Charlotte West, Earl Hege, Harry Pike, Eleanor Tubbs. PDT INITIATE John P. Banning Jr., son Mr. and Mrs. Banning of Byram Lake Rd., has been initiated into at 22 for the benefit of the Somers Circus Museum-Photo by D. B. Kirchhoff. MK Red Cross Canteen Serves 55 The Mount Kisco Canteen of the American Red Cross has been busy recently. On Tuesday the members were in White Plains, where they served luncheon to 55 persons attending an executive meeting of Westchester County Chapter'at the North Broadway headquarters. On the previous Thursday the same group served refreshments to the Mount Kisco Branch mem­ bers who assembled in the Mount Kisco Boys Club at a preliminary meeting on the forthcoming annual drive for funds, with Mrs. Joseph Glass, branch president presiding. Canteen members who worked on the two projects were Chair­ man Mrs. Joseph Meichelbeck, Mrs. Alfred Scharff, Mrs. Frank McGregor and Mrs. Clarence Christe Sr. RAIL STUDY ASKED MAMARONECK - State Sen. Frank S. McCullough (R-Rye) an­ nounced today that he will ask the Metropolitan Area Study Commit­ tee, a joint legislative body, to take up Westchester commuter problems when it meets Wednes­ day in Binghamton. McCullough, a committee member, says rail commuting problems are critical and should be studied immediate­ ly. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain New York, N. Y. (Special) - For the first time science has found a new healing substance \rith the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itch­ ing, and relieve pain — without surgery. In one hemorrhoid case after another \very striking improve­ ment\ was reported and veri­ fied by doctors' observations. Pain was relieved promptly. And, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction or re­ traction (shrinking) took place. And most amazing of all — this improvement was main­ tained in cases where doctors' observations were continued over a period of many months! In fact, results were so thor­ ough that sufferers were able to make such astonishing state­ ments as \Piles have ceased to be a problem!\ And among these sufferers were a very wide va­ riety of hemorrhoid conditions, some of 10 to 20 years' standing. All this, without the use of narcotics, anesthetics or astrin­ gents of any kind. The secret is a new healing substance (Bio- Dyne*)—the discovery of a world-famous research institu­ tion. Already, Bio-Dyne is in wide use for healing injured tissue on all parts of the body. This new healing substance is offered in suppository or oint­ ment form called Preparation H.* Ask for individually sealed convenient Preparation H sup­ positories or Preparation H ointment with special appli­ cator. Preparation H is sold at all drug counters. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. •Rqr. U. 8. Pat. Off. New Castle Tribune, Chappaqua, N. 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