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North Westchester Times, Mt. Kisco, N. Y., May 7, 1959 New Castle Tribune, Chappaqua, N.Y., Thurs., May 7, 1959' 17 T BRIDAL SCENE was included Tuesday when Genung's Inc. presented a fashion show at the benefit bridge held at St. Mary's School, Katonah. Proceeds will go for new playground equipment at the school. Models for the bridal party, as they appeared during the show are, Eileen Tully of Mount Kisco as the bride; Mrs. Harold O'Connor of Katon­ ah, right, as the mother of the bride; and bridemaids, left to right. Eileen Denver of Katonah, Judy Buck of Yorktown Heights, Bonnie Jenkins of Bedford and Maureen Darretta of Katonah— Staff Photo by Al Carline Steffi Nossen Concert On May 15 Benefits FLA The Fox Lane Association, Mount Kisco, will benefit for the second year from proceeds of the annual concert of the Steffi Nos­ sen School, Friday, May 15 at the Fox Lane School, sponsored by the parent committee of the Northern Westchester Dance Center. The concert is one of eight taking place tnis spring in communities through out the county and marking the close of the school's 22nd year of dance education in Westchester. The program, scheduled for 8:15 p.m. features three concert works, two ballets, a group of dances to poetry, a children's suite, and a talk and demonstration by Miss Nossen on \Dance.\ Featured ballet will be \The Plain Princess and the Lazy Prince.\ by Joseph Schrank with musio composed by Jess Meeker, director of the school's music de­ partment, and the Junior Work­ shop as dancers. The ballet, a \new-fashioned fairy tale, as mod­ ern as this age of man-made moons,\ is about \a princess so plain her face can stop a clock- any clock,\ a prince \so lazy he scorns to be a hero,\ and a retired business dragon \who enjoys a good cup of tea.\ Susan Albright, Susan Chambers, Barbara Crane, Nancy Davis, Ann Hartmann, Jane Huffman, Ann Sunderman, Evelyn Stewart and Martha Wainwright of Bedford* Deanna Allard, Carol Goldwasser, Noel Kumms, Cindy Lewis, Heather Leyden, Patricia Seligman of Chappaqua; Elizabeth Berwick, Judy Buttenheim, Susan Hayes, Mary Risley of Mt. Kisco with Marguerite Hard of Pleasant- ville and Deborah Reid of Katonah are members of the cast. ing with plans for the performance are: Mrs. Edward B. Heyes of Mount Kisco as chairman with Mrs. Robert Wallingford of Pound Ridge, Mrs. William Hard, Mrs. William Foster of Pleasantville; Mrs. Charles R. Hogen, Mrs. Mar­ vin McCord Lowes, Mrs. Robert B. Lewis and Mrs. James Ken nedy of Chappaqua; Mrs. Stanley Chambers, rs. L. E. Stewart, Mrs Wayne Hartmann and Mrs. Doug­ las Crane of Bedford as well as Mrs. Charles Bound Mrs. Edgar Crossland, Mrs. Donald Butten heim and Mrs. James King of Mount Kisco. Mrs. A. Burton Stark of Mt. Kisco is ticket chairman Mrs. Rusk Heads Mills Club Slate MOUNT KISCO— Westchester members of the Mills College Club of New York wHl vote for officers at a lunch­ eon meeting at the home of Mrs. William E. Maloney, Chestnut Ridge Road on Friday. Mrs. Dean Rusk of Scarsdale has been nominated for president, Mrs. Frederick H. Beals of Ma- maroneck, vice president; Mrs Russell H. Hauck of Katonah, sec retary, and Mrs. Harry L. Snyder of Scarsdale, treasurer. Mrs. Ar­ thur H. Ackerman of Bedford Hills heads the nominating committee Mrs. Kenneth W. Thompson of Montcliar, N. J. is the retiring president. There will be a tape recording played of Dr. Elizabeth Pope's Study Committee Makes 1st Report on Village Zoning Frank Broz, as chairman of a committee appointed to examine and study the proposed new zon­ ing law for the Village of Mount Kisco has made his first report as follows: The committee had first met as an entire body and later met in two sections, one comprising those members who five in the weste:*/ part of the town, which is some­ times referred to as Captain Mer- ritt's Hill, and the other, the re­ maining part of the Village includ- in 0 Maple Avenue and Kisco Av­ enue. Both groups found objection to fie restrictive provisions of Lim­ ited Office District 0-1. It was felt that this was too restricted and that to the extent that there are such districts they should also per­ mit residential structures. Chidren's Ballet \The Bear Party,\ a children's ballet by William Pene DuBois, is a story about the friendly little Koala bears in Koala Bear Park who one day got angry at each other, nobody knos why, and of the solution to end this dreadful j situation thought of by the wisej old bear. Taking part in the story: are Elizabeth Baldwin, Martha! Blankinship, Jill Blum, Nancy Buttenheim, Meredith Green, Cas­ sandra Hopkins, Molly Malone, Valerie Moss, Barbara Vagliano, Debbie Weil of Mount Kisco; Ann Bennett, Deborah Casady, Martha Chambers, Katherine Davis, Eliza­ beth Martmann, Margaret Nord- hain, Dolores Root, Gail Stewart, Amanda Wilde of Bedford; with Nina Cirato, Bonnie Kennedy and Wendy Leyden of Chappaqua: Lora Kent, Marjorie Kent, Nina Entho- ven and Joan Kirby of Pleasant­ ville and Gladys Szapary of Pound Ridge. \The Quilting Bee,\ American folk songs arranged by Kenneth Walton, Choir Director of the Hitchcock Church in Scarsdale. Danced to a collection of favorite folk sings which sparkle with the robust American sense of fun and which have been sung around campfires and the proverbial cracker-barrel and on hayrides, for generations. Four preludes from w 'The Well Tempered Clavier\ by Johann Sebastian Bach. Both of these concert pieces will be danced by the Concert Group of the Mas­ ter Class of which Judy Johnson of Pleasantville is a member. J \Contra Dances\ by Ludwig von Beethoven will be danced by mem­ bers of the junior master class. Susan Allbright and Susan Cham­ bers of Bedford are members of this group. \Poetry\, dance com­ positions stimulated by poems and choreographed by members of the Teen Age Workshop and danced by Debbie Buttenheim, Kirklynn Cook, Barbara Crossland, Deborah King, Diane Star and Joan Wilberding of Mount Kisco; Caroline Foster, Marcia Grossbard and Judy Johnson of Pleasant­ ville; Diana Harder of Bedford; Carolyn Hogen, Barbara Johnson and Gillian Lowes of Chappaqua with Muffin Rowland of Thorn- wood. Lisa Barnes and Louisa Spencer of Bedford; Anne Beach, Lisa Blum, Kathy Malone, Ha O'Brien and Maria Schaapok of Mt. Kisco with Kimberly W of Mt- Kisco with Kimberly Walling- ford of Pound Ridge will dance a children's suite of \Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes.\ Ticked on Sale Member of the Steffi Noosen Parent Committee of the Northern Westchester Dance Center assist- Si/lth Avenue Problem The Capt. Merritt Hill section had objection to the inclusion of a dis*-ict 0-1 in that area, feeling that it was in the nature of down zoning, although some members did feel that some relief should be granted to the owners of the present large houses. Similar ob­ jection was raised to the 0-1 dis­ trict on Smith Street, although as to that both the inclusion and non- Valle Leads Corn Huskers To Dual Win YORKTOWN HEIGHTS— Mike Valle was once again the big story for the Yorktown Corn huskers here yesterday, as he led them to their first dual meet vic­ tory in three tries this outdoor track season. Yorktown tripped Mahopac, 55-40, Valle, a medium built senior and defending Section One shot put and discus champion, took both weight events easily. He tossed the pound iron ball 56 feet, seven inch­ es and hurled the discus 133 feet, five inches. He also anchored the winning 880-yard relay team. Sprinter Billy Creed took two events for the home club, the 100- yard dash in 11.1 seconds and the 220-yard dash in 25.2 seconds. He led off the relay team. The summaries: 100-yd. dash—Bill Creed (Y) 2. Lany Diou (Y); 3, Pete Fofey (Y). Time 11.1 220-yd. dash--Creed (Y); 2. Clarke Collins (M>; 3. Greg Timourlan (Y) Time: 23.2 440- yd. run—Roland Link (M>: 2. Tom DeLeon (Mj; 8, John Mffller (M). Time 59 1. 880-yd run—Dennis Rlordan (Y): 2 George Castagner (M); 3, Stew Selpser (Y>. Time: 2.25 Mile-SUl Depp (M: 2. Don Mttler (M»; 3, Charles Raymond (MJ; Time 5.47 Shot put—Mike Valle (Y): 2, Ron De- Flavis <Y; 3, Austin Clarke (Y). Dls tance: 56 feet, 7 Inches. Discus—Valle (Y): 2, Clarice (Y );3 Ken Legenahusen (M). Distance: 133 feet, 5 Inches. High jump — Gay Campbell (M): % Tony Redman (Y); 3, Tom Drumme (M). Height: 5 feet. 2 Inches. Broad jump—Diou (Y); 2. Link (M 3. Ed Lydtard (Y). Distance: 17 feet, 11 inches. Pole vault—Collins (M); 2, Kent Wit Hams (Y); 3. Campbell (M). Height 10 feet. 880-relay —Yorktown (Creed, Foley, Lydiard, Valle. 1:43 The Red Chinese Government has sent a team of art experts to Europe to buy back any Chi­ nese work of art of exceptional quality that might be auotionedL Since the looting of the imperial palace in Peiping in the Boxer Re bellion many fine pieces of the C hi n e s e emperors' collections have enriched English, French and German collections—CDN, inclusion had vociferous support­ ers. All agreed that if district 0-1 were to be permitted on Smith Street it should permit residences. Sor -3 felt that with the inclusion of two places of worship on Smith Street and the Baker-Voorhis of- ice it was natural to permit for­ th ommercial use of that street. An equal number felt that Smith Street was the central residential part of the Village and should be kept in that condition and that no further inroads by commercial properties should be permitted. The committee would not make any recommendation as to the ac­ tion to be taken on Smith Street because of the division of its mem­ bers. 0-1 Dist. Favored Objection was raised to the plac­ ing of Ruppert's property and property of the radio station in an M-l district. Although it was realized that this area may be swampy and is adjacent to. the sewe disposal area and the in­ cinerator, it is also in very close proximity to Williamstown and other residential areas. It was felt that the disposal works will soon be closed and this property could very well be developed either for residential purposes or for limited office purposes. It was the opinion of that part of the committee con­ sidering this part of the problem, that this should be set up as a 0-1 district with the right to build residences therein. Objection was raised to the new residence B district,. in that it permitted three family residences. Most of the area which is pro­ posed for a B district is currently restricted to two family dwellings, To increise this to three would be down zoning and it was not coiisidered that this should be done. Three of the major areas for this zone would be the area south of Moore Avenue, the area around Hyatt Aven n c and part of the property of the Swiss Home, As to the latter, this would permit three family dwellings immediate­ ly adjacent to our highest zoning —AAA. It was realized that the area at Hyatt Avenue and Terrace Place which is now zoned for mul­ tiple residence was proposed for the new residence B, and it might be that a different district B-l be created which would permit three family residences and that area be placed in this B-l setup, as might the area in the vicinity of Maple Avenue, The committee found no other general problem in relation to the division of the village into areas. Further Study A further study of the proposed zoning law in connection with the technical changes will be made and a further report submitted Attention should be called to the fact that under the proposed law the manufacturing districts wi)\ not be limited to the extent that our present industrial distric is. For example, one of the for­ bidden uses in our present man­ ufacturing dist ict if the manu­ facture of paint. Although the new law prohibits any use which pre sents a hazard to the public, il is questionable whether that would limit a paint manufacturing en­ terprise. It was and is the opinion of members of the committee that a zoning law, can only be as good as its enforcement and that no matter how well a new zoning law might be thought out, it will no be of any value if it is not en­ forced. Many comments were made by various members of the cor litte* as to present violations soue of which have existed many lecture, \Mythology and the Mod­ ern Mind\ made especially for the continuing education program of the alumnae association. Dr. Pope is a member of the English department at Mills College, Oak­ land, Calif. Protection Sought for Home Buyers YORKTOWN HEIGHTS— First project of the new fiscal year for the Yorktown Chamber of Commerce is to push for en­ actment in the State Legislature a bill to protect deposits place by home buyers on unfinished homes in developments. Harry Samuels, who took office this week, has announced he has approached Assemblyman Theo­ dore Hill Jr. of Jefferson Valley on the subiect. Recent financial collapse of the developers of the Lakeside Vil­ lage development in the township prompted the action. Mr. Samuels succeeded Dan Bail­ ey at the Chamber helm. Other officers, all reelected are George Pavan, vie president; Mrs.-Wini­ fred Doherty, secretary, and Thom­ as Dunnings, treasurer. Mr. Bail­ ey was elected to the Board of [ Directors. Briarcliff Track Squad Tops 2 Rivals CROSS RIVER— Briarcliff captured six first and| enough other point positions to out­ distance two rivals in a triangular track meet here yesterday. Coach Fred Schauffler's team totaled 53- 5-6 to John Jay's 40-1-3 and Fox Lane's 23-5-6. Jeff Sidney posted his third straight mile triumph and Billy Hol- den racked up his second consec­ utive double in the sprints to lead the winners. The summaries: 100-yd. dash—1, Bill Holden, B: 2, Sean Sgrulletta, FL; 3, Art Meckert. JJ: 4. Frank Trischetta, B. Time: 11.4 220-yd. dash—1. Holden, B; 2, Chris Hayden. JJ; 3, tie between Pete Koste, B and Dick«Hilton, JJ. Time: 25.1 440-yd. dash—1, Jim Common. B; 2, Fred Free, JJ; 3. Mike Touart, FL; 4. Rich Alexander, B. Time: 57.0 880-yd. dash—1, Bill Straub, FL; 2, Dan Dailey, JJ; 3, Ed Collins, B; 4, Jim Straub, FL. Time: 2:15.0. Mile run—1. Jeff Sidney, B; 2. Jan Nilsen. Fl; 3. Bill Mallett, JJ; 4. Jon Fossel. FL. Time: 5:03.0 Broad jump—1, Trischetta, B: 2, tie | between Remo Masiello, FL and Art| Meckert, JJ; 4. Bill Joynes, B. Dis­ tance: 18 ft., 3 in. High jump—1, tie between Bob Hil­ ton J J and Bernie Roberts, JJ; 3, Jeff Heynen, B; 4, tie between Chan Rudd, JJ; SgruJlet, FL and Joynes, B. Height: 5 ft., 2 in. Pole Vault—1, John Churchill, B; 2. Bruce Banker. B; 3, Rudd, JJ; 4, tie I among Art Walkeley, FL; Ron Swan- 1 son, FL and Don Swanson, FL. Height: 9 ft. 10 in. Discus—1, Bill Barker. JJ; 2. Jacques] Verron, B; 3. Churchill, B; 4. All Wright, JJ. Distance: 113 ft. ' Shot put—a, Andy Brunco, FL: 2, Ver­ ron, B; 3. Barker, JJ; 4, Brendon Sul­ livan, B. Distance: 39 ft., 1 in. 880-yd. relay—1, John Jay: 2, Briar­ cliff; 3,. Fox Lane. Time: 1:42.0. Allen Lawrence Pope, the Amer- 1 ican pilot who was captured fly­ ing for the rebels during the Indo­ nesian civil war, is living in cool comfort under \house arrest\ in the Java hills. He's teaching his guards judo. U. S. officials hoDe he can be negotiated out of Indo­ nesia before very long.—CND Dainty Colors Brighten Alcatraz Prison SAN FRANCISCO ' — Dainty colors are being used to decorate Alcatraz Prison in San Francisco Bay. .Light pinks, greens and blues are used in the cell block and individual cells. Ivory - colored walls brighten the convicts' din ing room. Other pastel colors are used in the prison hospital and shops. Walls of the prison yard are to be painted light yellow. The new look, getting away from the drab prison gray, is ex­ pected to take two years to finish „ MAJOR INDUSTRY years and others of which are of A major industry of Bulgaria recent origin. is derived from silkworm cocoons. 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