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New Castle tribune. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1927-????, December 11, 1958, Image 8

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8 North Westchester Times, Mt. KIsco, N. Y., Dec. II, 1958 Pvt. Frank Lehmann In Basic Training Private Frank A. Lehmann, 24 son of Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Leh­ mann of 157 Castle Rd.. Chap- paqua, has been assigned to M Company, 2nd Training Regiment of the U. S. Army Training Cen­ ter, Infantry, at Fort Dix, N.J. Pvt. Lehman will undergo eight weeks of basic training. His wife, Dara, is residing at YULE SOCIAL will be the next activity of the Business \and Pro­ fessional Women's Association of 71 Smith Ave., Mount Kisco. Prior to entering the military, Pvt. Lehmann attended Horace Greeley High School and Wagner College. He was employed by Gen­ eral Foods, N. Tarrytown. After the initial eight weeks of basic, Pvt. Lehmann will receive a two week leave and receive eight more weeks of advanced in­ fantry training. Upper Westchester on Dec. 16 in the Mount Kisco Elks Club, at which Mrs. Edwin Kirchhoff president, standing at left, will receive the members. This photo was snapped at the November meeting, when Civil Defense Di­ rector Charles Fremd of West­ chester County, right, was the principal speaker. Seated, Mrs. Beryl Morris, left and Mrs. Charles Montalbano, two new members received into mem­ bership — Photo by E.A. Kirch­ hoff. New Castle Tribune, Chappaqua, N. Y. ( December 11, 1958 Bank Slates Elections Two important annual elections will take place in the Mount Kisco National Bank and Trust Company on Jan. 13, beginning at 11 a.m. At this time the Shareholders of the Bank and Trust Company will assemble to vote directors for the ensuing year. Polls close at 12 noon. The Shareholder's meeting of the National Safe Deposit Company of the bank will meet at noon to elect directors of that group. CARILLON INSTALLED NEW ROCHELLE — More than 1,000 residents turned out on a snowy evening Dec. 8 to wit­ ness the installation of\ Westches­ ter's largest carillon at the Holy ADVERTISEMENT Fresh Shrimp Peeled, Deveined. . .Good Supply at Seabergh's in W.P. Shrimp you are proud to serve to company and Shrimp so reason­ able in price you can use for everyday meals. It is Shrimp sure fresh and sweet and Shrimp easy to prepare because already peeled and deveined. The place for Shrimp like this is Seabergh's in White Plains. They have large pieces of cleaned fresh Shrimp for 98c lb ... 2% lbs. for $2.45. Also big Cocktail Shrimp loose in 3-lb boxes (Carnation Kit­ chen-Ready) for $4.39 and $4.49. Also Breaded Shrimp Tidbits ready to fry, 2 lbs. for $1.29. And fancy Breaded Jumbo Shrimp, 2%-lbs. for $2.48. But only at Seabergh's, 200 Westchester Avenue, block be­ low Altaian's. Family Church. .The carillon has 37 carillon bells and 37 harp bells. Advertisement TELEPHONE TODAY It costs so little... near or far. For example CHAPPAQUA TO ALBANY 50c For the first 8 minutes, Station-to- Station, every night after 6 and all day Sunday. Plus 10% tax. Gvil Defense Group Meet Here Tonight Civil Defense workers in the Welfare Services, plus CD. chiefs from the eight townships with the Village of Mount Kisco, which comprize District Five, will con­ verge tonight at the Mount Kiso Municipal Building for a work ses­ sion under the guidance of Mur­ ray Smyth, assistant deputy di­ rector of Westchester County Civil Defense Unit and Herbert Argenro, a former representative from the New York State Civil Defense Commission, who has been working Vfitb the Westchester Unit. Deputy Welfare Services Chief John Tulloch and Civil Defense Director John F. Cregier of the Mount Kisco Unit, will be hosts to the meeting in the Board Room of the Municipal Building, when more than 50 members from the various units are expected to at­ tend. This meeting in addition to be­ ginning expansion of the various welfare departments, will be a workshop session during which Mr. Smyth and Mr. Argento will expound the new techniques which the dual role of rescue-disaster potentialities will impose on work­ ers in the area. Village Sewer Talks Continued On last Tnesday, Mayer Betty Potter, Trustees Edward Marwell and G. Roland House and At­ torney Frederick Shulman of the Village of Mount Kisco, had a conference in New York City in the office of Commissioner Ar- mand D'Angelo of the Department of Water, Gas and Electricity for the City of New York. The meeting was a preliminary discussion of the 1908 sewer con­ tract between the City of New York and the Village of Mount Kisco, the prospective installa­ tion of sewer lines which will con­ nect with the Village sewer sys­ tem, in the Meadowbrook - Wil- liamstown;'(area and other mat­ ters partinent to sewage disposal by the. City of New York, pre­ sent servicing agency for the Village of Mount Kisco under the existing contract. While no conclusive decisions were arrived at, officials of the two political divisions,\ pre­ sented the pros and cons of con­ ditions as they.exist at the mo­ ment and are planning to hold subsequent meetings on the mat­ ter. Zone Hearing Set On PihAltep Plea A public hearing on a request to buUd a bowlihg J |alley on Rt. 22 here will be-conducted in North Castle Town Hall* at 8; 30 p. m. Dec. 30. - • ' Applicant is Lawrence. Labriola who plans to build the alley on the west side of Rt. 22 south' of Ar- monk Village between Cully's Fruit Market and watershed property. A zone -change from residence to business is necessary. CXEARANCE 'NEEDED . MOUNT )VEiRNON-State Comp- \ tcoUevSAp^j%' Levitt must decide •A / ^o^^% Jj^-iOaijs to set .; rup?,«.KmenMiiealtti council here , Mmusfepas ^g' whether -Mount Ver- ; .M^QM ^Mvp]^?^^ for:, a burse Mount Ver- c ss& Cm ^ A CHRISTMAS TREE now tops the new Adele Lehman Hall and Wollman Library of Barnard College, placed there by Presi­ dent Millicent C. Mcintosh, sec­ ond from right. The tree carries out the longtime builders' tradi- A first anniversary Mass was of­ fered Monday at seven o'clock in St. Francis of Assisi Church for David Moriarty. tion of putting a tree or branch at the top of a structure when it is roofed over. Pictured with Mrs. Mcintosh are, left to right, Mrs. John Loeb, Mrs. Arthur Lehman of Mount Kisco, and Miss Esther Greene of New Ro- chelle, head of the Barnard Col­ lege library who has been active in planning the new building at Claremont and 118th Street, New York City. Mrs. Loeb is the daughter of Mrs. Lehman who is the donor of the hall. ZENITH Hi Fi Stero Phonic Phonos Automatic Cutoff 4 Speeds — Cross Over Network — Multi Speaker — Copra-matic Hi Watt Output Intermix Fre Resp 20 to 2000 CPS Blender EASY TERMS — SERVICE DELIVERY FROM $ \|49 95 CHECK OUR LOW LOW PRICES PHILCO PORTABLE Slender Seventeener LOWEST PRICE EVER GET YOURS TODAY e-Qiiiaa GE ELECTRIC 2 OVEN RANGE SPECIAL WAS $389.95 JUST IN TIME FOR XMAS With Old Range $ 29!) 88 XMAS SPECIALS ONLY FEW LEFT DOUBLE BED BLANKETS 2 Year Guarantee Colors — Low Mileage NOW $21 88 VEST POCKET TRANSISTOR RADIO King Size \Cigarette Pack\ SPECIAL **|(j 88 With Battery ROTO-BROILERS BROILS • ROASTS GRILLS • FRIES • BAKES Toast — Boils — Simmers START AT $|fl 88 DORMEYER COFFEE WELL I $ Refrigerator 2 Door FREEZER Auto. Toaster Radio Special Auto. Coffee Percolator Hair Dryer $299.88 $199.88 $9.88 $13.88 $8.88 $4.88 2495 4-fo-IO Cups Probe Control Completely Washable SIGNAL LITE NO DRIP —SPECIAL— $ VISIT OUR PARTS DEPT. WE CARRY PARTS FOR MOST MAJOR APPLIANCES WASHERS—DRYERS TV - RADIO - HI Fl DO-IT-YOURSELF Some Only One of a Kind Subject To Prior Sale — No Phone Orders Viccett/'s ave from 30% to 70% Warehouse Open from 9:30 A.M. to 9:30 P.M. Thursday! Dec. 11th to Saturday, Dec. 13th Here are just a few of the many values! DECORATOR TABLES AND LAMPS Modern and traditional lamp, step, end and cocktail tables. Many gen­ uine mahogany; some leather topped. Values from $49 to $169' FROM 95 $4 LUXURIOUS DECORATOR QUALITY SOFAS Magnificent convertibles, traditional and modern. Some extra long, all cov­ ered in expensive fabrics. Usually $259 to $495 *269 $119 1. CASTRO CONVERTIBLE OTTOMAN Showroom samples of our famous ottoman that converts to a full length bed. Innerspring mattress; cover in­ cluded. Usually $99.50 LIMITED QUANTITY FROM 95 only $5.00 dowft CASTRO CONVERTIBLE APT. SIZE SOFAS An exceptional grouping of small sofas, all covered in expensive fab­ rics. See them to appreciate them! Usually $259 YOU SAVE $140 only $11.90 down $ 119 CASTRO'S WORLD FAMOUS LOUNGER For healthful relaxation. Lounger ad- A » r A justs to any position with the slightest $fa[ QvU movement of your body. • « Usually $159 LIMITED QUANTITY only $5.95 down CASTRO MAGIC CONVERTIBLE TABLE • Converts from cocktail table to dining table seating 8 in seconds. Choice of finishes. Enduring, Extronict top. Usually $189 LIMITED QUANTITY • only $7.90 dawn $ 79 CASTRO CONVERTIBLE NEST OF CHAIRS $ 49 With a touch of the finger, one grace­ ful decorator chair flips out FOUR when you need them! Usually $99.95 ' YOU SAVE $50.95 r only $4.90 down ORDER NOW FOR CHRISTMAS DELIVERYl \HOTEL STANDARD\ MATTRESS, BOXSPRING Built to the exact specification of, leading hotels. Springs of sturdy tempered steel. Twin Size. Usually $59 each $|995 ea. only $2.00 down HOW TO GET THERE: BY BUS-Bronx-Fordham Transit buses right tO our door. County Bus stops at our door. BY TRAIN-NEW HAVEN \R.R. to NewRochfttt* Station. BY AUTO-Boston Post Road (U.S. DtoCostro Warehouse in New Rochelle. Ample parking space. Call NEw Rochelle 2-1343 for any ether information. CHRISTMAS GIFT HEADQUARTERS AMPLE PARKING 13 MAIN ST. OPEN EVES. TILL XMAS MOUNT KISCO 6-6453 EASY TIME PAYMENTS Plen * of Free AMERICA'S TOP NAME IN CONVERTIBLE FURNITURE The Incomparable) - The Trademark of Distinction LIMITED QUANTITY! Mostly showroom samples, some discon­ tinued styles. Some slightly soiled, but all in excellent condition. All sales final. All items subject to prior sale. No cancellations! at Castro's New Rochelle Warehouse ON THE (NOT AT OUR STORES) oftCT BA&n Copyright 1968 by Caatro Convertible Corp., New Hyde P«k.N.y. PWJl KVMU •Trade.MarkRei.V.S.Pat.Off. tfodtmtlk 255 MAIN ST. Hi i

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