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New Castle tribune. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1927-????, August 06, 1959, Image 15

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North Westchester Times, New Castle Tribune, Mount Kisco, N.Y., August 6, 1959 15 * L'UAlh AN\ ChT IT'\ call the c-hofs, Dr Walter J Rroun at right and Ernest Kohlmot/. as they prepare to sei-\e th^ not dogs at the Northern Westches­ ter Hospital Recie<ition Clun\ picnie Saturdav e\enins Mi^ Joan Smith, chairman of the committee which arranged this annual social get-together is about to sample one of the bow­ wows The party was held in Leonard Park's shady p 1 c ni c „iea—Photo by D B Kirchhoff Westchester Unemployment Keeps Drifting Downward WHITE PLAIXS— i^o >s beginning to be felt in coun- Unemplo>ment figures for \\r<t- K f- U :es. ,t Js estimated tha, Chester kept leisurely ambling 'about L'OO Westchester residents downward last week, according to j UC| n on unomplovment rolls as a statistics released today b\ the rcsult ()f , hp stnke Suburban District Office for the T .„ , t , ' New York State D.usion of Em- * a ! w k °/ JJ e f n , dln S ] /? St U °u k ployment. Only individual offu-e of lnc A & P strike will not be where they rose was in White Plains. There were 927) fewer persons on unemployment rolls for the week felt m tne county for another week About 1.100 county residents —and these exclusive of warehouse em- |)lo\es — are on county unemplo>- ending July ?,\ than for the week| nirn ' llMs ending July 24. Last week's figure of 6,816. however, repiesents a drop of 2.600 persons from the !> - 416 registered as unemploved for the week ending Aug 1. 1938 Last week's drop is attributed to ending so-called \vacation clos­ ings\ in apparel trades \ bietkdown of unemployment funics in the county by office for the week ending Julv 31 follows, with figures for the preceding week in parentheses: I Peekskill. G04 ( 660>: White Plains Sr.!) 17881, Port Chester. 452 (AT6»; Yonkers, 2.226 (2.733); Mount Ver-1 Also, the ending of the cement,non. 1413 n.~>49>; New Rochelle, Strike in New York Citv two weeks 8.\.1 I917I. Tarrytown. 448 C)28> Croton Dump Closing\ Date Put Off Until Jan. 1,1964 WHITE PLAINS— The Westchester Board of Su­ pervisors Monday extended by four years the closing date for the Croton Point Dump—serving gar­ bage disposal needs of 20 commu­ nities and 400,000 persons in West­ chester. But the question asked was: Did the Board really mean it or was it trying to spur construction of in­ cinerators by the municipalities? According to a report of the Board's Budget Committee which was unanimously approved, the Board said the policy of the West­ chester Park Commission to close the dump by 1960 should be modi­ fied \and we recommend the con­ tinuance of the Croton Point dis­ posal area as a land-fill operation for a further period \ Mr., Mrs. Martin Jr. Home from California YORKTOWN HEIGHTS— Guests at the Disneyland Hotel. Anaheim, Calif, the last two weeks of July were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Martin Jr . of 821 Bar­ berry Rd . and their sons, Thomas 3d, six, and Christopher, five months. The Martins, who flew to the coast bv jet. recently returned home. While vacationing they also made excursions to the mission at Capistrano, Holl>wood, Bevcrlv Hills and Knott's Berry Farm They also enjoved the private pa­ tio and swimming pool at the ho­ tel. ADVERTISEMENT Big Lobster Tails back At Seabergh's, 39c-58c The Lobster Tails that so many people have found delicious — por­ tion-sized Conga— are back at Seabergh's in White Plains. They have the IVlb box of 5 tails at the old price, $1.95 . .5 oz tail for 39c. They have a 10-lb box of 23-24 tails at the old price of $13 80. . .7 -0/ tail for 58c Seabergh's also have a 30-inch Rainbow Trout, drawn, ready to cook, Vlb . .39c singly or 33c apiece by the box of 10 Also, especially good Frogs Legs, i-t'lb pair for 29c Also Shrimp of many sizes, both in shell and peeled, deveined. All at 200 West­ chester Avenue, block below Alt- man's. A \lead green light\ now makes it easy to drive into Sea­ bergh's parking lot. The report said the recommen­ dation to continue the dump until Jan. 1, 1964, did not commit the county to the maintenance and op­ eration of a dump for the entire county or place the responsibility of establishing district incinerators or incineration districts on the' county government. \We believe this is not a county function and as a'local responsibility it should be handled by the municipality,\ the report said. But Supervisor Hugh A. Lavery (D-Ossining) took exception to the remarks on responsibility. He said he places garbage removal ahead of many things that county gov­ ernment is taking over. He re­ ferred to sewage and education. He also said that the date for end- lrg the fill operation at the point from dumping was not 1964 but more likely 2150. Supervisor Edward Vetrano (R- Greenburghi, whose town is pre­ paring to build an incinerator, asked t h e Budget Committee whether a re-examination of the dump in 1964 might mean that the county would continue the dump He received no direct answci. The report indicated that the Westchester Park Commission would raise dumping charges on a tonnage basis to make the project a self-liquidating one insofar as new equipment and additional help is concerned. It said reconstruc­ tion of a bridge across the New York Central tracks should be con­ sidered. Ql'IET PLEASE MAMARONECK— Roosters are all right in their place, but that place is not within the corporate limits of the village of Mamaro- ne< k. James Amoiuso of 237 Wav- erly Ave , found that out shortly before 6 am. Wednesday when Lt. 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