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Patent trader. (Mount Kisco, N.Y.) 1956-current, December 02, 1972, Image 5

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New Castle told to see attorney AIRMAN SUSAN J. PRYOR, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce jG. I'ryor of Carmel, has been assigned to Sheppard AFB, Tex., after completing Air Force basic training. Airman I'ryor, a 1969 graduate of Bethlehem Central High School, Delmar, attended the University of Texas. By DENNIS WEBSTER CHAPPAQUA - New Castle Town Board was told in a planning board letter Tuesday to consult the town attorney on a resolution concerning zoning and multi-family dwellings. The resolution, dated October 10, 1972, directed the planning board to determine whether the zoning ordinances might be adjusted to permit multi-family dwellings, and the legal risks involved. The planning board's letter said the legal opinion should be given by the town attorney. The resolution had also asked the applicability of the —floating—zone^-conoept, Tho- planners said, \To answer this question rcquiiwS a determination of what rtsuit i° desired by the town board, ard we must look to you for this determination.\ The letter said if the planning Construction industry plans to promote county WHITE PLAINS - The Westchester Credit Grantors Association Tuesday heard Martin S Berger outline the 1973 program of the Con­ struction Industry Foundation, a non-profit foundation created \to promote the interests of Westchester County \ Mr. Berger, president of the Robert Martin Corporation, a diversified building and realty investment firm, described a three-point program to induce industries to move to West­ chester: — Public information (ad­ vertising, public relations and direct mail) to inform the nation's corporate leaders of the advantages of a West­ chester address — Public education aimed at familiarizing residents with the value of sound planning and orderly growth, as well as the dangers of blind resistance to change. — Information, education and research to assist in the solution of the major problems con­ fronting the area The foundation, formed earlier this year by members of the building construction in­ dustry, has a first year budget of $150,000 to stress West­ chester's advantages, such as the availability of large parcels of land in attractive settings, sound road networks, ample parking, expanding public transportation and a surplus of services as well as recreational and cultural facilities. board must decide whether multi-family housing is suitable it should proceed with Phase II of the multi-family housing study. Councilman David E. Montgomery said, \I can't understand why (he planning board can't give us a report on what techniques are available, to permit multi-family housing. Joseph A. Albanese Jr. agreed, \I think the planning board is uniquely qualified to make the study.\ Mr. Montgomery pointed out that there is a moratorium on invasions by the Urban Development Corp. If the planning board doesn't wish to act, he said, the town should -retain-professional-legal-zoning specialists to advise it. Mr. Oettinger suggested as a first step a meeting among the io \n and planning boards and ' '.he town attorney before the December 12 meeting of the town board The board ppproved gathering bids for a topographical survey, soil analysis and test boring at Gedney Park as part of the study for the park's develop­ ment. The board approved ap­ pointment of Patsy J D'Avola of 35 Rutland Street, Mt. Kisco, as assessment clerk. The move brought a protest from the floor from Richard Barnes, who said he had passed a civil service exam for the position with a grade of 96 and the action was circumventing the civil service laws The board agreed to approve the appointment subject to the governing civil service laws. The board received a historical plaque, presented by Mrs. Stanley C Fell and Mrs. William O. Schmelke, vice presidents of the Chappaqua Historical Society. The plaque, about 3 feet in diameter, was used to commemorate the bicentennial of New Castle in 1930. It depicts an Indian and a Quaker with a peace pipe and will be installed in the town hall lobby. In other actions the board: Approved a resolution to proceed with condemnation *where necessary to get easements forlhe King-Greeley Sewer District, Raised from $1.75 to $2 a session the payments to recreation supervisors who officiate at games. Promoted Walter A. Berson to heavy machine equipment operator with the highway department. . Accepted the resignation of Mrs. Mary K. Klein from the —Narcotics—Guidance—Council, Released maintenance bonds totaling $12,000 for sections 1 and 2 of Highridge Road. Set a public hearing for December 12 on a. proposed change in the overnight parking law. ESP talk scheduled IN VISTA CENTER, ROUTE 123, VISTA, N. Y. A Short Ride North of Merritt Parkway • Exit 38 SUPER 11. ACRES of CONVENIENT FREE PARKING ARMOUR. VERI-BEST S? ^ — Quartered Loin Combination CENTER and AA END CUT CHOPS lb OT C Center Cut Rib Chops (b 1.09 Center Cut Loin Chops COUNTRY STYLE SPARE RIBS Colonial Chunk Bologna or Liverwurst Florida Seedless White Grapefruit 5 lb Bag 69° Florida Oranges »• 5 lb Bag 69* Sweet, Juicy Tangerines DozNF Green Peppers •••••••• lb /3° ft CelloPak Tomatoes 3 Pkgs 1.00 SARA LEE LARGE PECAN Coffee Cake 12 1/2 Ox Pkg. 79' IOA Fancy Grade A GREEN BEANS French Style or Regular 9 0z Pkg 5 for 1 .00 PATENT TRADER Saturday, Dec. 2,^1972 ^ 5,1 $ PLEASANTVILLE — Is extra sensory perception a hidden power or cultivated tal­ ent? This and other questions will be answered by Russ Burgess, a parapsychologist, who will present a lecture- demonstration at Pace College Westchester Wednesday at 8 p.m. in Willcox Hall. Formerly associated with the Department of Justice, Mr. Burgess has* spent more than 20 years experimenting in various aspects of ESP. One week before each speaking engage­ ment, he mails the program chairman a sealed envelope containing the headline that will appear in the local paper on the day of his appearance. Tickets for the program are available at the door. . . .for •Mix or Match Sale PINE CONE TOMATOES, Lb. Con GREEN GIANT NIBLETS CORN, 12 Oz. GREEN GIANT GREEN BEANS, Lb Cans Kitchen Sliced or French Style 5 For 1.00 Cracker Barrel Variety Pack, Wht/Colored 10 Oz. 69° Kraft Natural Sliced Finland Swiss Cheese, 6 Oz 53 c Pillsbury Refrigerator Cookies, Lb Choc. Chip 49° Pillsbury Refrigerator Cookies, Lb, 2 Oz. Sugar 49° HEINZ KETCHUP, 14 Oz. Bottle 25« DUNCAN HINES FAMILY BROWNIE MIX, 23 Oz 59* D.F.M. MUSHROOMS, Stems & Pieces, 4 Oz. Can 4 for 1.00 OCEAN SPRAY CRANAPPLE ORINK, Quart Bottle 3* CAPTAIN KIDD PEANUT BUTTER, 21/2 Lb. Jumbo Jar 99* KING SIZE FAB DETERGENT, 5 Lb., 4 Oz 1.19 13 c OFF! 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