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New Castle tribune. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1927-????, June 04, 1959, Image 12

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12 North West Chester Times, Mf. Kisco, N. Y., June 4, 1959 DR. ARTHUR SHEDD, right, principal of the Fox Lane School at Mount Kisco, congratulates Dr. Eleanor Tubbs (second from left, and Clifford \Doc\ Burden left) for their years in the teaching profession Monday at a testimonial dinner in their hon­ or at the White Turkey Restau­ rant at Hartsdale. Looking on is Harold M. Jennings, retired sup- erintendant of schools, who was master of ceremonies. The guests of honors are retiring after hav­ ing been instructors for a com­ bined total of neafly 80 years, Dr. Tubbs is supervisor of the busi­ ness education department and Burden is the driving education instructor at Fox Lane — Staff Photo by Warren Inglese Does Your Car Drive Like; An Antique? 1923 19,3 1904 Arena's Garage L. ARENA • Proprietors • J. HOLDEN 255 North Bedford Rd. Mount Kisco, N. Y. o GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS • MOTOR TUNE-UPS © TIRES, TUBES, ACCESSORIES © TRANSMISSIONS • MOBILGAS • LUBRICATION ^M0 6-4159 MOUNT KISCO LAWN MOWER SALES SERVICE SNOW PLOWS • qARDEN TRACTORS CHAIN SAWS •* ALL TYPES LAWN MOWERS 255 North Bedford Rd., Mount Kisco, N. Y. Telephone MO 6-4158 or 6-4159 • Open Daily 8 A.M. til 7:30 P.M. • We Call for and Deliver • PLENTY OF PARKING IN REAR LOUIS ARENA Holiday Auto Crashes Hurt 4 In Bedford 4 'I missed the gas pedal and hit the clutch\ Bedford Town Po­ lice quoted nineteen year old Rich­ ard Soderquist as saying after his car was involved in an accident on Bedford Center Rd., Bedford, Hills, at 4:35 a.m. on Saturday. Police added that the clutch wasn't the only thing Richard hit; his car crashed into a utility pole damaging the pole, car and Rich­ ard. He was among four persons slightly hurt in two crashes that occurred on Town of Bedford high­ ways on Memorial Day. The Bed­ ford Hills youth had lacerations of the ear and eye and abrasions of the knees. At 1:05 p m. on May 31, John M. Smith of Golden's Bridge was hurt in a similar accident on Route 117, Bedford Hills he was southbound when his car struck a pole to avoid two northbound ve­ hicles. Bedford Police said Smith suffered lacerations of the head. On Memorial Day At 5:45 p.m. a four months old infant and a five year old child were among three persons taken to Northern Westchester Hospital after a two-car coDision at the in­ tersection of Routes' 22 and 137 in Bedford Village. Taken to the hos­ pital too was one of the driver's, Elaine Mastropiero, twenty-two, of East Norwalk, Conn. She was treated for injuries of the chest, lips and hand. Hurt too were Brian Riedell. four months old, of South Norwalk, Conn, who emerg­ ed from the collision Mftth a bleed­ ing nose, and five-year-old Lowri Jeans, whose address wasn't giv­ en. She had an injury to her back. The crash occurred when cars driven by the East Norwalk resi­ dent and twenty year old John P. Johannes of Katonah, collided at the intersection. Police said Jo­ hannes was travelling in the di­ rection of Katonah on Route 22 and claimed the other vehicle went through the intersection with­ out stopping. Both drivers were quoted as saying they were \sur­ prised\ to see the other' car. FOR BLANK VERSE? EAST ST. LOUIS, 111. UB — Thieves who stole 28 typewriters from Clark Junior High School no doubt discovered they had a problem. None of the keys on the typewriters had letters on them LARGE VICTORIAN home on Sunset Drive, Bedford Hills, formerly ownerd by Mrs. J.H. Spafford. will be. occupied late this month by its new owner, Anthony Xifo of Brooklyn and his family. The ten-room house is set on one acre, with well placed trees and shrubbery and features a balconied porte cochere at the front door. The sale was made through Ernestine R. Shawley of Robin Hood Real Estate of Chappaqua. Too Much \Self Reliance\ Hurts Country Dr. Hsu Says Self-reliance, long considered as American as apple pie, may ac­ tually be responsible for the na­ tion's rising tide of immorality, dishonesty and irreligion, an in­ ternationally known anthropolo­ gist warned here today. In fact, says Dr. Francis L.K. Hsu, chairman of Northwestern University's anthropology depart­ ment, insistence on complete self- reliance is undermining the foun­ dations of all our traditions, cus­ toms and authority. Speaking to more than 1,000 lay and professional delegates to the 53d annual convention of the Boys' Club of America, Dr. Hsu urged parents to \help themselves and their children\ by moderating their thinking, about this so-called virtue. Traditions Shaken Dr. Hsu declared that over-em- phasis on self-reliance has forced individuals into cut throat compe­ tition and turned \creativity\ into a term used to describe ways to cut corners to keep ahead of \the other fellow.\ As a result, the \foundations of all our traditions have been shaken\ and we are now faced with opportunism, dishonesty, promiscuity, indiscipline, and the undermining of the very basis of every religion., he said. Warning the delegates, repre­ senting more than 530 Boys' Clubs and some 600,000 members through­ out the country, that illegal busi­ nesses are flourishing because of this continuing stress, Dr. Hsu a?ked: \When competition is cou­ pled* with emphasis on ingenuity, what is more natural than for the individual to think of new and devious ways in which to attract enormous profits from small cap­ ital investment? Social responsi­ bility has no place where self-re­ liance and competition are the or­ der of the day,\ he said. Dr. Hsu cited the vastly increas­ ed sale of pornography as one of the worst results of self-reliant competition and \creativity.\ He quoted the Postmaster' General's recent statement that \mail order pornography and! obscenity is a $500,000,000 a year business that is growing in volume\ and that \defiant barons of obsenity un­ questionably are contributing to the alarming increase in juvenile John Jay PTA To Elect New Officers June 8th is the date of the final meeting of the John Jay PTA for the present term. The program will consist of a concert by students of the Junior High School Music De­ partment; and a film will be pre­ sented by Mrs Charles Post, of Pleasantville, Westchester repre- -entative of the Fresh Air Fund. The public and students are invited to the meeting. New officers will be elected to serve during the new school year with the following slate proposed: Harrison W. Niles, president; Joseph Lawler, vice-president; Miss Claire Ward, secretary; John Booth, treasurer. The meeting will be at the John Jay High School and will start at 8:15 p.m. New Castle Tribune, Chappaqua', N. % V., June 4, W59 delinquency.\ Dr. Hsu noted that ono of the reasons given for this increase is the tremendous profit realized from relatively small cap ital investments. Smart Thing to Do Noting the effects of militant self-reliance on youth, he said that m every group of students he has known, grade, high school or col­ lege, the general pattern of think­ ing, regardless of social or eco­ nomic status, is not whetbpr a thing is right, but whether it is the smart thing to do. \To be a cam­ pus hero, it is better to have ex­ tra-curricular activities than a strung of straight A's.,. Girls pre­ fer to date men who are prestige- ful, not the most intelligent or the hardest workers.\ Challenging the generally-ac­ cepted thesis that individual self- reliance and organization are di­ ametrically opposed, Hsu stated, \In a complex society, the amount of organization is in direct ratio to the emphasis on self-reliance.' The greater the volume of organ­ ized corruption emanating from self-reliant competition, he said, the more organizational means must be set up to censor, regu late, apprehend and 1 punish cul­ prits who have gone too far. Dr. Hsu pointed out that in the Orient corruption stems mainly from the exigencies of poverty, while in America it is found fre quently among people who are well-fed and well-clothed, but who have to find \creative\ ways to achieve greater success than the next person. He concluded by noting the ad­ vantages which have accrued to the West from self-reliance and or­ ganization, including the discard of paternal authority, monarchial power and medeival magic in fa­ vor of wider organizatons such as church and state, mercantile fleets and industrial ventures. He sug­ gested that the solution may lie \in moderation of our thinking about self-reliance, competition and creativity. There is no easy or everlasting- solution to the- prob­ lems of life, for to live is to have problems.'' ____________ PAY ONLY s IOO NEW:CAR LOANS at, COMITY TRUST 140 Offices in Westchesteft Save up to $102.75 over Ford's nearest competitor* on a Fairlane 500—any model— with heater, radio and automatic transmission' with air conditioning you can save $219.85 WORLD'S MOST BEAUTIFULLY PROPORTIONED CARS Save up to $62 on other accessories Save on aluminized mufflers that normally last twice as long Save up to $55 a year on regular gas and oil F.D.A.F. 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