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North Westchester Times, Mt. Kisco, N. Y., April 10, 1958 Sarah Lawrence Club Sponsoring N. Y. Dance The Sarah Lawrence Club of New York is sponsoring \A Night in the Islands\ dance on Friday, April 18, at the grand ballroom of the Stuyvesant Casino in Manhattan. The dance will be for the benefit of the Sarah Lawrence College scholarship fund. The Caribbean Island will be the theme of the dance and each table will represent one of the West In­ dian Isles. Emphasizing the West Indian flavor of the evening will be the Trinidad Serenaders' Steel Band, ten musicians from the Ca­ ribbean who gained world renown when they played at a command performance for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth and the inaug­ uration of President Eisenhower. Music for dancing will be provided by Lester Lanin's orchestra. SLEEP Dr. Mattison MATTRESS The Only Mattress Designed by an Orthopedic Physician &ft6/ $79.50 Where Else Would You Find It But at / Community Events spending the Easter vacation with her father, John V. Reynolds Sr. of Lexington Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Masterson of White Plains were n Mount Kisco Easter Sunday visiting his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mannion of Grove St. and her mother, Mrs. Matthew J- O'Brien of 60 Grove St. Hostesses for the Oneg Shabbat after the Jewish Community Cen­ ter Sabbath service tomorrow night will be Mrs. Heman Klug- man and Mrs. Herman Katz of Bedford Hills, Mrs. Jerome Fruit- handler, Mrs. William Venner, and Mrs. Abe Kuritzky. Kensico Tube employes who had birthdays recently included George Graham on Saturday; Al LoGui- dice on Monday and Lou Cast- ronovo yesterday. SABBATH SERVICE The Sabbath service honoring the Northern Westchester Chapter of the National Council of Jewish Women will be held at Temple Beth El of Northern Westchester tomorrow at 8:30 p.m. Originally scheduled for March 21, the serv­ ice had been cancelled because of a snow storm. Following the serv­ ice in the sanctuary of thp King Street Temple, an Oneg Shabbat social hour will take place in the social hall, under the direction of the women of the chapter. Antiques Fair Slated . The 30th semi-annual edition of The New York Antiques Fair, the country's oldest exhibition of its kind, will be held April 14-20 in the 71st Infantry Armory, 34th St. & Park Avenue, New York City. About 125 dealers from a dozen states, mainly New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and New England, will have on exhibition— and for sale—every type of antique ranging from old newspapers, at 25 cents apiece, to rare Ameri­ can furniture priced in the thou­ sands. The Fair will be open from 1 to 11 P.M. each day, except on Sunday, April 20, when the hours will be from 2 to 7 P.M. The Sun­ day opening is now this year; previously, the show ended early Saturday evening. INC. The Largest in Westchester 103-105 N. Main St. Port Chester BUDGET PAYMENTS HOT CAMPAIGN PROMISED PORT CHESTER - Shades of Harry Truman and 1949' Domin- ick Pierro, Republican candidate for mayor has blasted the village's Democratic administra­ tion, says he plans \to give them hell for the next two weeks.\ He charges Democrats with \too lit­ tle, too late,\ \madness without method,\ and \ballyhoo.\ DRINK MILK Use Milk Every Meal Penny for penny, vitamin lor vitamin, milk is your best food buy. Start enjoying our extra delicious milk now. Milk contains over 100 separate nutrition­ al elements essential for sound health. Tel. MOunt Kisco 6-6034 Home Delivered Dairy Foods Fresh Each Day. SRFE'CUMQED Complete Line of Dairy Foods Mrs, Talcott H. Clarke is the donor of two Oriental rugs which have been placed before the altar in the chantry and baptistry of St. Mark's Episcopal Church. New Castle Tribune, Chappaqua, N. Y., April 10, 1958 |4 Peter Eidenbach, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Eidenbach of 65 Forest Avenue, is spending the Easter holidays with his parents. He is a student at Cranwell School, Lenox, Mass. Mrs. L.B. VanDyck and son Ellis of Whitesboro, N.Y. spent Easter Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis of Grove Street. Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Boiler- man of Stanwood who visited Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cognata in Miami, Fla. recently, report them both in excellent health and happy in their new home. Mr. Cognata owned the Texaco Service Station on Main street, now owned by John Eline. The last two weeks prior to the Labor Day weekend have been chosen for the vacation period at Kenisco Tube Company, Hubbell's Crossroads The shift from -the month of July was made due to a slack period usually experienced in August. The Sales Executive Club of Westchester, has scheduled its second annual Sales Clinic for tonight at 8 p m. in the Little Theatre of the Westchester County Center, White Plains. Attendance is open to the public. One hundred sixty diners attend­ ed the St. Patrick's Day dinner in St. Mark's Church, sponsored bv the Women's Guild of the church, which netted $155.70 for the effort. Mr., Mrs. Odell Count Blessings Blessings came double for Mr. and Mrs. Harry Odell of Carpen­ ter Avenue, Mount Kisco within one week. On March 31 a son to be named Robert James Morgia, their first child, was born to Mr and Mrs. James Morgia of Croton Falls, in the Northern Westches ter Hospital. Mrs. Morgia is the former Miss Marie Odell and has made her parents grandparents for the third time. Mr. Morgia's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Morgia of Croton Falls, who now have a first grandchild too. The second good news was that William Odell, Q.M. lc had com­ pleted 20 years service with the U. S. Navy, most of which was on submarine duty in World War II, and had rejoined his wife and two children at Portsmouth, N. H. Bill is planning to get a positon on the land and has had interviews with several firms. He left Friday for New Hampshire to report to one firm which answered while he was in Mount Kisco, visiting his par­ ents. MK Presbyterian Church to Receive 25 New Members The Mt. Kisco Presbyterian Church will admit 25 new members and confirm ten young people at the regular quarterly Communion service next Sunday morning. Those who will be admitted to membership are Robert Whitton, Miss Emily Whitton, Mr. and Mrs. George Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Noble, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosvally, George Lustig, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Remaly, Mrs. Evelyn Knapp, Mr. and Mrs. James Cum- mings and Miss Carol Cummings. Also Mr. and Mrs. Gerald K. Ebbeson, Miss Linda Ebbeson, Mr. and Mrs. Don Huse, Mrs. Patricia Crowther, Mrs. and Mrs. William Warkentin and Mr. and Mrs. Rob­ ert Turnbull. Members of the confirmation class to be admitted are Jack Mc- Leon Durner, Robert Edward Rei- chner. Brian Robert Irvine, Thom­ as Patrick Crowther, John Garbie Martin III, Edward Walter Hard­ ing, Joseph Kenneth Parsons, Kirk- land Cook, Barbara Henderson, and Susanne Katherine Parsons. Get ready to open the door for the Maue man right after your call . . . because our ultra modern 2-way radio phone speeds a service car to your home in minutes! Depend upon Maue for every oil heating need. MAUE OIL COMPANY AutomaticHbme Heating\ : WILSON, : I-8800 : - MRS. DELBERT ANDERSON Waiting List A Long One At Rock Hill Girl Scouts who get two weeks of camping at Rock Hill on Lake Mahopac this year can count themselves lucky, Girl Scout exec­ utives said today. Though the camp, owned by Westchester Girls Scouts, will not open until June 28. there are long waiting lists of Scouts hopeful for the off chance of a cancellation during Rock Hill's season which closes Aug. 24. Quotas have been set for troops for the four encampments of two weeks each. Each enc*ampment will accommodate 208 Girl Scouts. Management of the camp has been eased since Mrs. Delbert An­ derson of Yorktown Heights has become fulltime paid administra­ tor, serving the full year. The camp will have a staff of forty-five. The only posts yet to be filled are that of nature coun­ selor and a few unit leaders. As in other years, a few counselors from foreign countries will be en­ rolled through the World Travel Exchange. SERVING NORTHERN WESTCHESTER COUNTY 1895 — 1957 A COMMUNITY BANK LARGE ENOUGH TO SERVE YOU — SMALL ENOUGH TO KNOW YOU MORTGAGE LOANS ARE AVAILABLE HERE FOR EVERY NEED OF HOME FINANCING WE ARE AT ALL TIMES GLAD TO DISCUSS PLANS AND FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS IN WHICH OUR CREDIT FACILITIES WOULD BE USEFUL 5K# MOUNT KISCO NATIONAL BANK J L ND TRUST OOMPAN1 MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION MEMBEB FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Forty Young People Attend Breakfast The Easter breakfast for the Senior Hi MYF and their friends from the Presbyterian and St. John's Episcopal Churches, at­ tracted forty young people on Easter Sunday morning after the Dawn Service on Flagg Hill. The breakfast was served by Mrs. Byron A. Carlson, Mrs. Edward Freybourg, Mrs. Arden Morgan, and Mrs. George Smith. The WSCS of the Pleasantville Methodist Church, at its April 9 luncheon meeting, will present Miss Helen Marie Hughes, family counselor of the Westchester Fam­ ily Service of the Mount Kisco of­ fice. Mrs. Arden Morgan, vice president, will be in charge of the meeting. The annual meeting of the New York City Society will be attended by the following persons from the Pleasantville Methodist Church: Mr. and Mrs. Byron A. Carlson, Chappaqua; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon R. Brown, Pleasantville; and Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Hoover on Tuesday, April 15. Mr. Carlson is chairman of the executive com­ mittee of the New York Society and Gordon R. Brown is executive secretary. The dinner meeting will be at the Salem Methodist Church in Harlem. At the recent meeting of the Board of Trustees o fthe Pleasant- ille Methodist Church, officers were elected for the current year. The new president is Horace Hogle Jr. and the vice president is John W. Gilmour and secretary, treasurer is Nelson Hyatt. SEATINGS, APPOINTMENTS HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON — At the reorganization meeting of the village government April 7 Ma­ yor Charles F. Reid presided, and William J. McAndrews, first Dem­ ocrat to be elected in recent years, and James Mitchell, Republican, were seated as new trustees. Charles Bingham was appointed police commissioner, and Alfred S. Harding was reappointed as vil­ lage manager, clerk-treasurer and assessor. FOR 'BEHAVIOR' PUPILS. NEW ROCHELLE—\Adjustment classes\ to accommodate students with \severe behavior problems' are planned for the New Rochelle School system next year. Funds for two special teachers and for rdnovation of part of the adminis tration building have been pro­ vided for in the tentative 1958-59 school budget. Women's Club Has Crowded Schedule The Bedford Hills Woman's Club has a crowded schedule for the month of April, which will begin on Tuesday when the regular meet­ ing will convene at the Commun­ ity House at 130 p.m. Dr. Erich Bethmann director of the Depart­ ment of Research of the American Friends of the Middle East, will be the guest speaker. On the following Thursday sev­ eral members will attend the meet­ ing of the Ninth District, New York Federation of Women's Clubs to be held in the White Plains Women's Club at 11 a.m. On April 21, Mrs. Arthur Dixon of 11 Willets Road, Mount Kisco, will be hostess for a Drama Work­ shop at her home at which new members .will be welcomed. The next day, at 9:15 a.m. a buffet breakfast and fashion show at the White Plains B. Altman store, will benefit the Social Welfare Commit­ tee and is being sponsored by the Finance Committee. On April 25th at 1:30 p.m., a meeting of the Westchester County Federation of Women's Clubs, at the Hotel Gramatan, Bronxville, will be held. On April 28th at 1 p.m., the Book Section will present Maureen Mc- Kcrnan, who will review her book, \The Amazing Trial of Loeb and Leopold\. All club members are urged to attend and hear first hand information on this famous trial. Mrs. Allen M. Shultz, Mrs. Walter V. Walsh and Mrs. H. B. Anderson all of Katonah, will be hostesses. On April 29th at 1:30 p.m., the Bridge Section will meet at the Community House. Mrs. Victor Hagerstrom and Mrs. Walter T- Phillips, both of Bedford, will be hostesses. INSTALLATION of new of­ ficers at Mount Kisco Lodge BPOE on April 2 in the East Main St. clubhouse, seated these members, pictured. Rear row left to right: Philip Knapp, in­ ner guard; Fred Scara.no, loyal knight; John Potter, esquire; Al­ fred Gaetaniello, tiler; Edward Somers, Daniel Flynn and Ed­ ward Olim. trustees and Luther R. Uhler, lecturing knight. Front row, same order: Carme Manna, leading knight; Exalted Ruler, Robert Morgan; Past Exalted Ruler, David F. Condon, of Yonk- ers. installing officer. Ronald Flewelhn, retiring exalted ruler and Harold Bruggemann, who assisted Mr. Condon and a past exalted ruler of Yonkers Lodge— Photo by D. B. Kirchhoff make State owns Lakeland Fails to Get Power to Tax Bridge Bv Staff Correspondent ALBANY—The Lakeland School District's tax levy in May again will be $25,000 more for local residents—they're going to up the taxes New York won't pay for property it in the district. The Senate Finance Committee, headed by Sen. Austin Erwin (R- Geneseo), refused to report out for a vote a bill that sought per­ mission for Lakeland to tax the State-owned approaches to Bear Mountain Bridge. The bill, intro­ duced by Assemblyman Theodore Hill Jr. (R-Jefferson Valley), won passage in the Assembly. Until five years ago, the State paid taxes to Lakeland, which pro­ vides school service for three Westchester and three Putnam County towns. • GOVERNOR 10 TIMES Stephen Hopkins, one of the signers of the Declaration of In­ dependence, was 10 times govern­ or of Rhode Island. He neglected to take out enough property insurance! Do you,carry sufficient in­ surance to cover the value of your property—includ­ ing household contents? If not, you may find yourself \in the dog house\ if your home is destroyed by fire or other disaster. Why take chances? It costs so little to make sure you have all the protection you need, and the right kind. Just give us a call. Representing the Hartford Fire Insurance Company YWCA ANTIQUE SHOW The Seventh Annual Hudson Valley Antique Show and Sale will be held Apr. 29, 30 and May 1, at the YWCA in Poughkeepsie. Doors of the YWCA, located at 56 Can­ non St., will open at 12 noon and the show will be open until 10 p.m. Luncheon and refreshments will be served, as an accomodation foi patrons. The show is spon-| sored by the Antique Study Club for the National YWCA. TO GREET DEPUTIES NORTH WHITE PLAINS—Dis trict deputies were guests of the North-South Club at a meeting in the Top Hat Restaurant here Sat urday. Plans were made for an official visit of deputies March 22 at Mount Vernon Masonic Temple No. 1 Specialist In Long-Distance Moving agent ALLIED VAN LINES. Inc. This Week Our Weatherproof Trailer Vans LEAVE FOR . . . 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