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•14 North Westchester Times, Mf. Kisco, N. Y., June 4, 1959 JANICE WINTEMJNG Conventions To Hear Area Realtor Janice Winterling of Bedford, president of the' Northern West Chester Real Estate Board is scheduled to speak at two state conventions within the next two weeks. On Thursday* June 4, Mrs. Win­ terling will speak at the afternoon session of the New York State Real Estate Boards convention at the Sagamore, on Lake George, New York. Her topic will be 'Ideas that Build a Business.' -She is a di­ rector of the Westchester County Board, and* one of the four ac­ credited Westchester delegates to the convention. The following weekkk Mrs. Win­ terling will speak at Ocean City, Md. to the Maryland State Conven­ tion. Her subject there will be— 'In Selling — Easy Does It!' Mt. Kisco Girl Scouts Take Expedition to Valley Forge ARTIST Jeanne C. Warneck of North White Plains is the win­ ner of he Katonah Gallery prize at the Seventh Annual Ex­ hibition of Artists of Northern Westchester now at the Mount Kisco Boy's Club. She is shown with her prize winning water- color, \The Return\. OCCUPATIONAL HAZARD NORFOLK, Va., IM—An automo­ bile salesman was dismayed when a purchaser listed his profession as \killer.\ It turned out he was just that at a nearby pork pack­ ing plant. try it today •, • • - . America's favorite Y\L**> Pizza that's FAMOUS for it's SUPERB SAUCER GOOD because it's iresh from your own overt, fv .. you cqhJgjso buy APPIAN WAY Pizza SAUCE separately TURN OUTER SPACE INTO LIVING SPACE! Y BILL CALLED ME. FOR AN ESTIMATE.^! ITOU> HIM ABOUT COUNTYTOCT'S HOME IMPROVEMENT UOANSrTflEY OKAY APPUCAT10NS FASTATCOUhTTYTOSTi ^ coumv TR Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation BEDFORD OFFICE, ARCADE BUILDING t AM. fft S RM. Men. thru Frl. • 6 BM. to I RM. M. Iv». KATONAH OFFICE: 140 KATONAH AVENUE #ArM. H 9 1M. Mon. Ihni M. • 6 RM. lo 8 RM. M. Ev«. \ \ ^ W0 ******* AT M 9 Wi l3^ t YflRKTOWtl HE IC HTf OFFICES MOUNT KISCO OFFICEt 53 EAST MAIN STREET (DRIVE-IN) » A.M. »o3 P.M. Mon. thru Frl. • 4 RM. to 7,30 RM. Frl. !v* YORKTOWN HEIGHTS OFFICE. SAW MILL RIVER ROAD (DRIVE-IN) 9 A.M. to 3 RM. Mon. thfU Frl. • 6 RM. H I RM. frl. Iv% Doctor Named To Serve Croton Camps Anne S. Robbins, a resident and practicing pediatrician in Ossining has been appointed consultant physician for the Croton Point Camps at Harmon, operated by the County Recreation Commission, for the 1959 summer season which be­ gins July 6. Morton Hyman, Camp Supervisor, in making the an­ nouncement, stressed Mrs. Rob- bins wide range of experience as a 'full time pediatrician in Dayton and Toledo, Ohio and in Ossining, since Sept. 1958. . - Dr. Robbins, working closely with two resident nurses at the Croton Camps, will visit camp twice a week for camper check­ ups. She will be on call during the entire eisht-week season for any needs of boy and girl campers and staff. The camp is also provided with four doctors of the Grass­ lands Hospital staff who check all campers into Croton Point on each admittance day of the four two- week periods. In addition to these services, the West. County Dept. of Health gives each member of the camp staff a complete medical and makes an all-in­ clusive survey of sanitary facilities kitchen equipment, food storage and serving practices. The Health Dept. also conducts a pre-camp training course in Food-Handling for the kitchen staff. Boys Camp Kitchawanc and Girls Camp Senasqua are open to Westchester youngsters, eight through thirteen, by registering at the Camping Dept. of the County Recreation Commission, County Of­ fice Bldg. in White Plains, N.Y. $ Boat Ride Scheduled For Seniors Senior Citizens of 40 Westches ter Canteens and 13 homes for the aged will enjoy a \holiday at sea\ on Monday June 22, aboard the John A. Meseck, a boat excursion from Playland, Rye, New York to Bridgeport, Connecticut and re­ turn, leaving Playland at 12:30 p. m., according to an announce­ ment by Irwin Klein, Supervisor of Senior Citizen activities for the County Recreation Commission. The seabeeeze special for seniors is co-sponsored by the Bronx-West­ chester South and North Divisions of Kiwams International, with an arrangement committee including Larry Cabot of the Ardsley Kiwan- is. and Sam Scheiber of the Peeks- kill section in addition to Mr. Klein. The boat ride, first event of this kind in Westchester, will be a gala three-hour excursion along the sce­ nic Connecticut shore with enter­ tainment and refreshments at no charge. Canteen leaders and home directors may request reservations for their groups before June 10 by contacting: Mr. Klein at the County Office Bldg. in White Plains. The festive spirit of the day will be enhanced by a musical show aboard ship by the County Recre­ ation Commission's traveling Tal­ ent Units in a variety of song and dance, comedy and novelty acts under the direction of Gus Rovin of Greenburgh. Christian Singles Club Slates Party The Christian Singles Club of Northern Westchester, will sponsor a dancing party at the Country House on Banksville Road, Bed­ ford, near the Farmer's Market on June 5, beginning at 9 p.m. and closing at 1 a.m. Frank Al- leva and his band will supply the music and refreshments will be available? This party, open to young (per­ sons between twenty and thirty years of age, is the second and has been encouraged by the fact that 100 attended the first held in May. The organization, formed to fill the \empty spot\ in this age group, is bein sponsored by the Protestant churches of Northern Westchester. Tickets may be pro­ cured at Country House. TJ. S. AIDS COLLEGE YONKERS — Sarah Lawrence College has been granted -a loan oi $880,000 by x the federal Com­ munity Facilities Administration for the construction of a new dor­ mitory, according to Congressman Robert R. v Barry. Plans for the five-story building at 976, Kimball Ave. were filed with the building department a month ago. It will house 156 students. ADVERTISEMENT EASE COLD MISERY FAST—3 DOSES Here's how. Take 2 BQ-6 tablets (one white, one brown) every half hour until S doses are taken. Don't wait 4 hours between doses. You feel the • action FAST. Relief in one hour or your 59c back at any drug store. NOW at Bold* eliea Djug. After Weeks of preparation and many camping trips to prepare them, the big day finally dawned for Troop 169 of Mount Kisco and they left on a trip camping ex­ pedition to Valley Forge and Phil' adelphia. Via the turnpikes'into New Jersey, where the red New Jersey earth and miles of truck farms fascinated the girls; then across the Delaware and into Pennsylvania fhey went. At lunch time they came to the beauti ful rolling fields and tree covered hills of Valley Forge. A picnic lunch under the trees, next to the little schoolhouse which was used as a hospital for Washington's troops, within sight of General Henry Knox's artillery park, took them back in spirit to the winter of 1777. After lunch they visited the com fortable house which Washington used for his headquarters, only moving into it from a tent after all the men in his command were also under cover. Then around 1 the defense lines and a visit to the Chapel and the museum where uniforms, Washington's own tent and other relics brought the past to life Finally the Girl Scouts saw the parade ground where the German volunteer Von Steuben drilled the ragged Continentals, and some of the reconstructed log and mortar huts which sheltered 1 twelve men each In the afternoon they went to the American Youth Hostel at Glad- wyne with sleeping quarters in an old stone barn, bunks up in the former haylofts and cooking fac­ ilities in the old stalls. Here, to to their Joy, they discovered that the houseparent's little girl had a horse, which engrossed most of their waking hours. Next morning, after church Troop 169 drove into Philadelphia, with the beautiful spire of Indep- dence Hall as their guide. To the Northern Westchester girls to stand in the Supreme Court building and touch the latch which John Jay lifted as he went in and out, was a thrill. The Liberty Bell itself, surrounded always by hushed groups of visitors, and the Assem­ bly Room, looking as though the members of the Continental Con­ gress had just left it, made July 4 a date with meaning. From the State House they walked past Christ Churchyard, where Ben­ jamin Franklin lies buried, to the Friend's Meeting House. Here ex­ hibits of documents from 1756, whereby slaves were freed and land honestly purchased from the Indians, taught them something of what the Quakers gave to this country. From Betsy Ross' tiny but typical eighteenth-century house they went to old Christ Church, where Washington wor­ shipped. As they sat in his pew and looked about at the church whose rector was chaplain of the Conti­ nental Congress, they realized again what went into the founding of our country. Finally, picnic lunch looking across a sweep of lawn and foun tains at the State House, and fare­ well to Philadelphia and so home to Northern Westchester.\ Show-off On Broadway Outstanding \The Show-Off,\ current produc­ tion of the .Village Players of Bed­ ford, which is slated for perform­ ance in Fox Lane School this Fri­ day and Saturday, June 5 and 6, was one cf the outstanding plays of the early 1920's. It opened on Broadway in February, 1924, with I,ee Tracy in the title role, and in i1950 it was revived in New York, again with Tracy as the lead. Serving as director of the Play­ ers' production is Louis Frank of Bedford, who has had wide ex­ perience iri all phases of the theat- er. He was president of the Yale Health Dept. Lists 19 Area Diseases Nineteen new cases of commun­ icable disease have been reported by the Westchester County De­ partment of Health for the north­ ern area in the week ending May 23. Four cases of measles were re­ ported two in Briarcliff and two in Cortlandt; ten cases of German measles were found, one each in Cortland, Pleasantville and Peek- skill, three in Yorktown, and four in Mount Pleasantville. One case of chickenpox was bund in Yorktown; one of hepatitis in Briarcliff Manor, two strep throat in Peekskill and one in Cartlandt. New Castle Tribune, Chappaqua, N. Y., June 4, I9W Dramatic Association and spent a summer on Nantucket with the Yale Players. In Middletown, Ohio, he acted in numerous plays for the Little Theatre, playing the lead in \The Man Who Came to Din­ ner\ and A.A. Milne's \The Dover Road.\ He not only worked in all backstage capacities but also .di­ rected many productions. In Atlanta, Ga., he was con­ nected with the Civic Theater and for the players he has served back stage and had the lead in \Bell Book, and Candle.\ This is his first directing assignment for the Play­ ers. 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