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New Castle news. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1945-????, May 29, 1946, Image 13

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NEW CASTLE NEWS, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1946 • 13 General Home Repairing CARPENTER Furniture Repairing—Polishing—Interiors Remodeled Venetian Blinds Repaired Cement and Drainage Work GRADING — PAINTING — GENERAL HANDY MAN WORK Phone Chappaqua 271 AMUSO MASON CONTRACTOR—GENERAL HOME REPAIR Specializing in Stone and Brickwork Plaster—Stucco, Fireplace and Terrace ROOF REPAIR — SINGLE or ROLL 205 Lexington Ave. FINE TAILORING Mt. Kisco 5401 Pleasantville 350 PH ONES White Plains 84 USE EVANS SERVICE Moving ... Storage Rug Cleaning... Fur Storage Crating and Shipping Nation-Wide Movers of Household Goods Evans Mt. Pleasant Van & Storage, Inc. 68-70 Sarles Lane Pleasantville, N. Y. J. H. Evans & Sons Inc. 107 Brookneld St. White Plains. N. Y. SOMETHING TO SELL? FOR QUICK ACTION — A CLASSIFIED AD. The Way You Want It Chii|)|)iii|iiii Tailors & Furriers G. Magnotta, Prop. CLEANING GLAZING RESTYLING CERTIFIED COLD STORAGE Phone: Chappaqua 414 King Street IRVING LACHENBRUCH REAL ESTATE INSURANCE Telephone 113 Pleasantville 146 Bedford Road Pleasantville, N. Y. JOSEPH H. BONDT Formerly With New York's Leading Decorators Expert on Modern and Antique Work Interior Decorator — Painting Contractor PAPER HANGING — GLAZING 59 Spring Street, Mt Kisco, N. Y. Phone: Mt. Kisco 6202 Cornell Haviland Fuel Co., Inc. COAL — FUEL OIL Serving This Community for Over 60 Years Pleasantville Phone 900 Chappaqua Phone 223 JUDGE WRIGHT A New Clue By Boh Brent and Boh Wells 'THE POLICE THINK SERGEI BARM KILLED ARMAND PLOWT, BECAUSE THE DEATH DAGGER BELONGS TO BARM. R „ BUT EVEN IF BARM WANTED TO KILL PLOW, HE'D HAVE SENSE ENOUGH NOT TO USE HIS OWN DAGGER! X EITHER SOMEBODY'S FRAMING BARM OR SOMEBODy* STOLE HIS DAGGER FROM THE PROP ROOM, NOT KNOWING TO WHOM IT BELONGED! \ T SOMETHING GREEN AND I SHINY OH PLOWT'S ^ COLLAR MEANWHILE, ON STAGE MARIA, yOU'RE DANCING LIKE A DREAM. yOU . MAKE yOU R LPART LIVE! 7SNT IT IRONIC, SERGEI?. .WHEN IHAVEtfOW/tffr TO LIVE FOR...? NO! DESPITE THE FACT ' THAT MARIA'S COSTUME ABOUNDS IN GREEN SEQUINS, I CANNOT BELIEVE HER. CAPABLE OF PLOWT'S MURDER! ^/AARIA LUTRA COULDMT HAVE KILLED HER HUSBAND! IV ^HER HEARTS TOO SOFT. THEN HOW TO ACCOUNT FOR THIS QUEEN SEQUIN? 1 /lFNOT MARIA .SOMEONE ELSE WHO HANDLED THE SEQUINS MUST'VE BRUSHED AGAINST L PLOWT'S COLLAR AND SB KNOCKING YOUR BRAINS OUT OVER THE MURDEIZ, JUDGt? DON'T BOTHER... KEEP'EM FOR READING A DEATH SENTENCE- FOR SERGEI BARM! mi Westchester I. C. C. Receives Charter Independent, Liberal Political Group For Professionals Has Larchmont Charter Dinner. A new independent and liberal political group for professionals was formally launched in West­ chester County when the West­ chester Chapter of the Inde­ pendent Citizens Committee of the Arts, Sciences and Profes­ sions held its charter dinner at the Post Lodge, Larchmont, on Monday, May 27th. Speakers in­ cluded Dr. Ralph E. Turner, Durfee Professor of History at Yale, Dr. Carl Van Doren, Pulitz­ er Prize Winner and Miss Lisa Sergio, radio commentator. Dr. Carl Van Doren, Chair­ man of the New York State ICCASP presented the new group's charter to Dr. Donald Weisman, White Plains physi­ cian who is chairman of the county group. At the same time, Dr. Van Doren outlined the de­ sirability of independent politi­ cal action for professionals, and the possibilities of such action in New York State. In announcing the meeting, Dr. Weisman explained that the Westchester Chapter of the In­ dependent Citizens Committee of the Arts, Sciences and Pro­ fessions is in its initial phases of organization and that all of­ ficers are temporary until such time as permanent officers can be elected. The function of the West­ chester Chapter of ICCASP will be to permit politically indepen­ dent artists, scientists and pro­ fessionals to both bolster the national group and to take part in county and state problems, Dr. Weisman stated. \The 500-600 members and po­ tential members who attended the dinner will form the nucleus for an active membership of 1500-2000 in the county, \ Dr. Weisman said, \The group will give opportunity to many pro­ fessional people who formerly have been unable to ally them­ selves with any of the existing political parties or pressure groups. The Independent Citi­ zens Committee stands for Big Three unity, full employment, meaningful health and security legislation and the continuance of an unhampered Price Admin­ istration.\ CLASSIFIED FOR SALE TWO LOTS at Lake Carrnel. Three minutes from lake, boat­ ing, fishing, swimming. Box 131, New Castle News. UNPAINTED three-quarter bed, mattress, and spring; painted book cases; infants sleigh, etc. Phone Chap. 454-R. WE BUY and sell New and Used Furniture. See the largest se­ lection at the Mount Kisco Furniture Exchange. BEST VALUE 20 W. Main St. PRICE Mt. Kisco 4549 HELP WANTED WANTED IMMEDIATELY! Responsible Couple for Permanent Position at Small, 2 acre estate in Pleasantville. References. Box 69. NEW CASTLE NEWS. WORK WANTED DRIVEWAYS, lawns landscaped. Manure, topsoil, sand, stone, cinders, trucking. Pleas. 475 -W evenings. All day Sat., Sun.

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