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Chappaqua journal. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1980-current, November 20, 1980, Image 3

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CHAPPAQUA JOURNAL, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20,1980 Supervisor to meet with Ottinger H on mail delivery for Millwood Chappaqua Supervisor Charles G. Banks, Jr. will meet with Congressman Richard Ottinger on Thursday, Nov. 20, in Washington, D.C. to discuss proposed mail delivery for Millwood and West End residents. Supervisor Banks told the Millwood Task Force on Thursday, Nov. 13, that he \demonstrated to the Postal Authorities that the area of New Castle west of Rt. 100 has more than enough mailing addresses to warrant postal deliveries. And they agreed, but they are still resisting.\ According to Mr. Banks, for Millwood to get mail delivery, the west end of town must be included in the delivery zone because Millwood does not have enough addresses by itself. For the post office to create a new zone, he said, it would have to switch some addresses out of the Ossining zone and upgrade facilities in Millwood to handle the increased traffic. Residents of the west end of New Castle who want mail delivery must now use an Ossining address. Supervisor Banks said the meeting in Washington is part of his effort to unite the east and west sides of New Castle. \I think that one of the things our town has suffered from is a kind -of schizophrenia between the west and east ends of town. I have been fighting that alienation of the west end from the rest of the town; that's the reason for me getting involved in it at all.\ Mr. Banks said he has heard from enough Millwood and West End residents supporting mail delivery that he is working towards getting it. He said if he has to get a permanent document of the resident's support for the idea he will. ' 'It may well be that the Postal Service wants a more definite reading of the sentiment of the community,\ he said. \If they want it, I'll get it.\ Grace Gerhardt watches Carol DeChard demonstrate the floor loom by making finely-woven cotton placemats at the Antiques Fair spon­ sored by the Chappaqua Historical Society at St. Mary and St. John School Fri. and Sat., Nov. 14 and 15. Photo by Virginia Baltay Christmas in November Sale going on now B H^an 76 SOOTH GREELEY AVE. MMmW CHAPPAQUA ' ^TEMPORARY JEWELRY 238*3646 ftWSrt l*-540 LAYAWAY PLAN'AVAILABLE ^im Wal. m ,y\\. I II M M Willi l\M')S Kl >H\KI is Pl*a»antville 769-9720 THE Wallpaper Shop Professional Wallpaper Hangars Available UP TO 30% Off Wallcoverings 20% Off Blinds, Verticals, Woven Woods FREE INSTALLATION (Old Village) Pleasantville MC VISA 769-4620 144 Bedford Rd. Mon-Sat 10:00-5:30, Sun 10-1 •LIQUOR CITY ITHE WINE SHOPPE DODD'S SELECTIONS PETERKIN BROS. Tree Service COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL TREE REMOVAL'SPRAYIIHG •PRUNING«LANDCLEARING •CABLEING'FEEDING •WOODChilPS'LIGHTNING PROTECTION \INSURED 914 238-9340 Fresh Fruit or |fc Floral Centerpieces For Thanksgiving Only $10 when picked up in our shop Please order your fruit by Nov. 25 THE FLOWER BASKET \For Those Who Care\ 399 Manville Rd. 769-1688 Pleasantville Major Credit Cards Accepted Thanksgiving is around the corner A centerpiece of chocolates in the basket of your choice would be perfect! OUR IMAGINATION IS UNLIMITED! Our chocolate turkeys are available in many sizes, both milk and semi-sweet! Come in and we'll discuss it. Jy/sPY&S?/\ 95 Kln fl st - Chappaqua * * \ Sfl Garth Rd Scarsdale ' chocolatier 58 Garth Rd. Scarsdale 346 Greenwich Ave. Greenwich - Route 100 & 133 Millwood, N .Y. A & P Shopping Center! Tel. 762-5511 HEADQUARTERS FOR FINE BORDEAUX WINE AT DISCOUNT PRICES BOTTLE CASE CH. MONT BELAIR '75 4.49 49.98 CH. DU BREUIL *75 3-99 44.87 CH. DE LA GRAVE 75 3.79 43.98 CH. LA CROIX '71 4.49 49.78 CH. LA MAINE'76 3.99 45.19 CH. MOULIN DE CASTIIXON '76 3.99 45.87 CH. I>E. LAMARQUE '76 3.99 45.88 CH. LAROSE TRINTAIIDON *75 5.29 60.79 CH. I.ES ORMES DE PEZ '73 5.99 68.48 CI I. LA GRANGE'75 7.79 89.98 CH. LASC.OMBES 76 7.49 85.98 CI I. GLORIA '76 . 6.99 81.98 CH. SIMARD '73 6.99 79.98 CH. GREYSAC'76 5.49 59.87 CH. LA CARDONNE-ROTHSCHILD '75 5.29 57.97 CH. LEOVILLE POYFERRE '74 6.99 79.98 CH. PETIT FIGEAC'76 6.99 81.98 CH. PETIT VILLAGE *74 7.99 89.98 CH. LANGOA BARTON '76 8.99 103.97 CH. COS DESTOURNEL'74 \'.79 89.98 CH. CITRAN '75 5.99 68.97 CH. BATAILLEY '78 9.99 119-00 CH. TALBOT'73 8.99 104.49 CH. COS D'ESTOURNEL '76 9.99 117.00 JUST ARRIVED FROM CALIFORNIA CH. MONTELENA CH. ST. JEAN RAYMOND VINEYARDS Limited Quantities ALL SIZES 750 ML. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. SALE EFFECTIVE THROUGH NOV. 29,1989

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