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Patent trader. (Mount Kisco, N.Y.) 1956-current, December 02, 1972, Image 8

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M • ||l|^\cd|nies : farm tract YORKTOWN - The pos­ sibility of Urban Develop­ ment Corporation building, •.apartments on two sites in' Lakeland school district was raised this week at a Yorktown Citizens Advisory Committee meeting. • Gerald Marvin, a member of \both CAC and Lakeland school board, said he had heard UDC •was planning apartments on Melamud Poultry Farm property in Putnam County. A UDC spokesman said there were no plans to acquire the farm. The property . owner, Murray Melamud, said his 38- acre egg farm was not in Lakeland school district. Asked if he would sell the property to UDC, Mr. Melamud said only, \No comment.\ UDC has already purchased a Gomer Street site in Lakeland School district. UDC plans to build 100 apartments for low and middle income families were announced early last summer. A moratorium on UDC building in upper West­ chester has prevented con­ struction at least until January 15. Lakeland school board could be faced with the difficulty of dealing with two UDC district offices. Westchester County, including the Town of -Yorktownr is -within UDG's White Plains office jurisdiction. UDC's Kingston office jurisdiction includes Putnam County. >uSatarday^Dec.2,1972 INDIAN CRAFT: After reading the novel, \The Iroquois Trail,\ by M. R. Har­ rington, seventh grade students in Mrs. Franzen's English classes at Mahopac Middle School constructed replicas of some of the Indian artifact mentioned in the book. Displaying a few of the products of their efforts are, left to right, James Heigman, holding authentic Iroquois mocassins; Kim Luckett, with-a replica of a mask used by the Iroquois Society of Faces to cure illness; and Robert Kelly with an Iroquois longhouse he constructed following detailed instructions described in the honk Fox Lane Ski Club registering BEDFORD - Registration for skiers in the Bedford School District — from middle school through high school age — is scheduled for today (Saturday) and next Saturday, December 9 r from9 ajn. tall ajiwatJFQx. Lane Middle School gym­ nasium. Equipment will be checked at registration and parents ad­ vised on how it should be brought up to safety standards Membership and permission forms must be completed and signed by a parent for each registrant before the first trip Trips are planned for alternating Saturdays and Sundays beginning Saturday, January 6. To join a trip, money must be deposited in the Fox Lane Ski Club box in the high school office by Tuesday prior to a trip or brought to the Recreation Office in Bedford Hills by Wednesday. Fees for a trip include bus. fare, $.4, lift tickets, $7 and lessons, $3. Chaperones and persons in­ terested in working with the ski club are needed. GIFTS GEARED FOR THE JOB from BEN'S MEN & BOYS STORES SEE OUR BIG SELECTION OF \LEE\, \CARHARTT\ AND \HIT-EM-HARD\ WORK CLOTHES FOR THE WORKINGMAN Quilt Lined Utility Pants 13.99 Quilted Coveralls 27\ Fall Back Bib Overalls ExcttsmCarlurtt toirj drty cettM taiMtuk Twtft'nifwctJwMe btk pockets SttipufariwiMI res'stnt Pruknaknf wukatlt states 1* \ 3 *F iruttr frielon taicmfort Tool tflcketi and twBteJIiops drill bets. 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Lined with fine cream cowhide, especially tanned to allow the leather to breathe while retaining its soft glove feel. 3599 10\ hi-cut 27\6\lo-cut \HERMAN\ Sheeplined WELLINGTON BOOT 9799 9999 mm M 10\ hi-cut MmMmb\\o- •cut BEN'S MEN & BOYS STORES BREWSTER'S COMPLETE WORKINGM AN'S STORE RTS- 6 & 22, BREWSTER SHOPPING CENTER ' BRewster 9-8545 Visit our Donbury Store, 42 White St. 748-8831 / FREE PARKING OPPOSITE BOTH STORES U.S.D.A. CHOICE BONELESS FRYERS SIRLOIN GRADE \A SPLIT OR 07< CUT-UP lb O t OR BROILERS PANTRY PRIDES RADE FRESH STEAK OR RIB STEAK SHORT CUT DECKEL ON U.S.D.A. CHOICE lb. SPARKLING FRESH PRODUCE!!! GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS FLA, SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT bag iifj FLA.JUICE ORANGES * 58 c ZIPPER SKIN TANGERINES GARDEN FRESH PEPPERS GARDEN FRESH EGGPLANTS 9 wMiiiiMififiiiiiiiuiiiiifiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiriiiiiiiii LAUNDRY DETERGENT AJAX HAWAIIAN PANTRY PRIDE CAKE MIXES i -ib. 3-oz. pkgs. $100 RED PACK TOMATOES 9 .&$100 cans OLD MILWAUKEE BEER LIBBYLAND DINNERS 12 -oz. btls. FOR KIDDIES 10 -oz. 9« Hygrade Midget Salami Kitchen Fresh Roast Beef Temptee Whipped Cream Pantry Pride Apple Pie Christmas Wrap Paper Lavoris Mouthwash ALL BEEF JUMBO SIZE 50c BONUS OFFER 99 59 39< 45 77< lb quorltr Ib S-oi cm Lib 6-oi pkg taeh roll ALL PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SAT., DEC

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