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» For Buying - Selling - Renting or Hiring Use toe Want Ads Foi Quick, Economical Results TO PLACE YOUR WANT AD . . . PHONE MOunt Kisco 64133 or CHappaqua 1-0020 Classified Ads MUST BE PLACED BEFORE 9:30 A.M. on Tuesday STORAGE remodeling expert work. Rea­ sonable prices. Chappaqua Tailor & Fur­ rier. 53 King St CHappaqua 1-0414. 41-M LAWN MAINTENANCE G. R. Stevens Serving Katonah-ML Kisco-Bedford-Pound Ridge CE 2-4004 CE 2-3734 NEED PRINTING? Send sample to the Suburban Press, 100 MMn St., Armonk. Wm. M. Hoffman, memoer Hammermin Guild of Printers. Phone AR 3-3444. Cars. Trucks and Trailers. 1-31C CHEVY 1958—\Bel Air\ 2 door. blue, white, radio, heater. Standard shift. Highest bidder buys. WE 9-1870 6 30— 7 PM. 1-31C CHRYSLER 1953. 2 door sedan, radio, heater, fine mechanical condition, 1 owner, 5575 SP 9-7429 1-M ADAMS MOTORS CO. DODGE PLYMOUTH Mt. Kisco. N. Y. r 1-7 FIAT 1100, 1957 four door, fold down back seat. Excellent condition. S1450. MOunt Kisco 6-3400 1-31C • FORD '57 Country Sedan Station Wagon. Blue & white. Fordomatic, power steer­ ing, equipped. A-l FA 5-9253 eves. 1-31C Plymouth '55 Belvedere 2 door hard top. Power flite like new CROSS COUNTY MOTORS 9 New Broad St. P C WE 9-4800 1-31C PLYMOUTH \57 Belvedere — automatic, white wall tires, sold, white. See to ap­ preciate. 51950. UH 5-4236 1-31C PLYMOUTH 19\>S station wagon, fully •quipped. 3000 mi Will accept a trade. YO 5-7705 1-M WALLACE J. SCOTT JR. (SCOTT-WILLYS) Willys Jeeps - Sales - Parts & Service Route 100 . Wilson 1-8660 1-31 1953 Jaguar—XK-120-M convertible Rea­ sonable. Call Chappaqua 1-0997 morn­ ings Foreign—Sport Cars 1A-31C BORGWARD 1*158. 4000 mi Perfect, ex­ tras. Illness. Quick sale 52.100. RO 9-4316 i-M FIAT - ALFA - ROMEO MILANO MOTORS. INC. 283 No. Bedfo'O Rd MOunt Kisco 6-3400 1A-31C JIM McGLONE MOTORS INC. SALES Volkswagen SERVICE Post Rd. at Harmon Croton 1-4745 1A-M HECKMAN •58 RENAULT IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Imperial-Chrysler-Plymouth Renault Albany Post Rd. Harmon. N.Y. CRoton 1-8400 MO 4-7411 1A-31C VOLKSWAGEN 1955. Grey sedan. 29.000 mi., radio, heater, red leather, original owner, 5110. ARmonk 3-3387 1A-31C VOLKSWAGEN 1957 Mack deluxe sun roof, radio heater, extras -galore, good «ondition, S1495 CEntral 2-4292 Boats - Service Accessories 6-31C BOAT 14*. 7's H P. outboard equipment, dock locker included -Seen at New Ro- Chelle asking S365. FA 4-7060 6-31C MATTHEWS 1951 Fl>ing Bridge Co. — 2 svstem automatic pilot fathometer. Perfect condition 522 000 Located at HiRgs Marine Service Inc. 300 Zerega Ave Bronx. N Y. 6-31C OUTBOARD motor. Johnson, 35 H P., electric starter 12 volt battery, controls. Used 14 hrs 5475 WI 1-8094 i ——6-31C ———— •55 OWENS 21' Outboard Cabin Cruiser. •58 Evinrude v» H P 'Mooring, Echo Bay.» Price S1950 NE 6-2766 Instructions 10-31C SLNNYFIELD FARMS STABLES SCHOOL OF HORSEMANSHIP SPEC 1AL INSTRUCTOR FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN OPEN TUES. THROUGH SUN. Reasonable rates For information and appointment call BEdford Village 4-7807 in TUTORING—Remedial lessons in read­ ing, writing and speech 18 yr teaching «.\p. W McRoberts. MO 6-3184 Help Wanted Female 11-31C Bookkeeper exp'd capable, with initiative, food salary. New Rochelle. Write Box WCP 114 this newspaper Help Wanted, Female 11-31C —* Burroughs Machine Oper. e\p- life Insurance, Hospitalization, pen­ sion, vacation, when qualified RYE NATIONAL BANK RYe 7-0051 11-7 COOK for school cafeteria in Chappaqua school. Contact Business Office, 45 So. Greeley Ave., CHappaqua 1-1561 11-31C COOK 2nd., MALE or FEMALE FOR NURSING Home. LIVE IN. 5 DAY WK. CR 1-4731 U-31 Dietitian-Assistant 169 bed hospital o day week, with alternate weekends off. Full maintenance Salary depends upon experience and qualifications. Northern Westchester Hospital, Mount Kisco. 11-31C HAIRDRESSER — MANICURIST exp'd Call for appointment. Frank's Beauty Salon. MAmaroneck, OW 8-6171 11-31C HOUSEKEEPER - Business couple. 2 children 14, 16. 5 days, sleep in. out. Off Webster NEw Rochelle 2-3359 11-31C HOUSEKEEPER cook for elderly man Small modern ranch house. Own room, bath & TV . sleep in, must drive, 560 wk. NE 3-8007 11-31C HOUSEKEEPER—full charge, must he exp'd with children, own room & T.V. WE 9-1794 eves. 11-31C Houseworker. sleep In. adult family, references required; write Box WCP 115 this newspaper. 11-7 MATRON for school cleaning. Full time job in Chappaqua School. Contact busi­ ness office. 45 So. Greeley Ave. CHappaqua 1-1561 11-31C . NURSE—REGISTERED Friday, Saturdav night duty for August. YOnkers 8-5500 — 11-31C SECRETARY — STENO Ability, imagination, likes figures. Top salary for capable person. Lower West­ chester. Write Box WCP 124, this news­ paper 11-31C STATISTICAL TYPIST I.B M. CORP. — WHITE PLAINS experienced on IBM typewriter Salary open. Accounting Dept., modern air-conditioned office, centrally located, pleasant working conditions, excellent company benefits, paid holidays, vaca tion. Phone for app't: WH 9-1900 or Write giving details to: Personnel Dept. IBM' Corp. 112 E. Post Rd. White Plains — 11-M Telephone Sales CENTRAL WHITE PLAINS OFFICE 5 day, 40 hour week, in the advertising field. Salary plus attractive bonus ar­ rangement. Free Hospitalization and Insurance Many other company benefits Write full resume to Box WCP 602, this newspaper. 11-31C TYPIST — General Office exp'd preferred; all benefits New Rochelle office NE 3-8600 Help Wanted. Male 12-31C yrs. ex- 9 & 5; NE 2-8100 BOOKKEEPER—at least 10 perience, full charge; hours Ace Auto Top. New Rochelle: 12-31 — DELIVERY man; part time, married, with car — to deliver Fuller Brush mer­ chandise Fri. 4:30 to 7:30 Sat. 8:30 to 2 P.M. Excellent pay. Write Box WCP 122. this newspaper 12-31C HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE . willing to learn appliance retail. Good opportunity OW 8-1200 12-31C MAN EXP'D. in Shades Venetian Blinds Some knowledge of awnings helpfuL YO 3-1822; YO 3-3333 8:30 to 5:30. 12-31C • SALESMEN—Leading aluminum screen, storm manufacturers. Commission, pro­ tected territory, leads furnished. EVergreen 8-1170 12-31C TRUCK dock supervisor. Grocery exp. necessary. Salary open MO. Kisco 6-4072 Employment Agen., Female — 13-TF -~ GRIFFINS EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Help furnished by day. week, month. 31 Maple Ave MO Kisco 6-4902 Positions Wanted Male 13-14 desiress College Student desire weekend chain saw clearing, gardening etc. After 8 p.m. SOuth Salem 3-3027. Miscellaneous For Sale 16-M A. A. A. Furniture' Bargains Floor Samples and Trade-Ins Phono us for what you need. MT. KISCO FURNITURE Next to A&P MOnut Kisco 6-8018 16-31C Fedders 1-3 ton. 2 yrs. 3-9627 AIR conditioner old. $100. NEw Rochelle 16-31C AIR-CONDITIONER -\ ton 5100, Baby carriage, coach style. $40: Drapes, green velvet, festoon valance, $40. GR 6-4579 16-M Annual Sale ' Fantastic reductions on alt sportswear, swimwear, dresses, sweaters, blouses, belts, bags, jewelry and accessories. Come in early for 1st choice of these wonderful bargains at BIB & TUCKER, Mt. Kisco. 16-M ANTIQUES bought, sold and restored. Pennsylvania Dutch in stock. Paul Hil- brlch, behind Emmadlne Restaurant. Bedford Hills MO 6-8276. 16-7 CHANDELIERS — crystal (2) white wall showcase like new; oriental rug; table. After 6 p.m. CHappaqua 1-0149 16-M COW AND HORSE MANURE Also Top Soil and Cord Wood Tel. MOunt Kisco 6-5995 16-M Help Wanted, Male 12-31C Auto Service Salesman G M. Dealer. Salary plus commission Call Mr. Favata MO 8-6600 12-7 COLLEGE MEN Classes of 1959 & I960 Golden opportunity for energetic men of nice appearance and manner, to work for summer in Westchester 5100 per week commission should be a cinch. Must have car Write, giving name, ad­ dress telephone, college & class, major, and 3 references not relatives, to P.O. Box K. Bnarcliff Manor, N. Y Westchester County's Greatest Market Place YOUR ECONOMICAL WANT AD GOES INTO MORE THAN 155,000 HOMES Nowhere eke — can you obtain so much profitable service for so little money, time •nd effort on your part When selling, renting, hiring or trading—place your Want Ad message where it will be seen— and acted upon promptly. THE NINE DAILIES AND THREE WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS BLANKET THE ENTIRE COUNTY —REACHING INTO SEVEN OUT OF TEN HOMES I DAILIES YONKERS MT. VERNON _ NEW ROCHELLE MAMARONECK _ PORT CHESTER . WHITE PLAINS _ TARRYTOWN OSSINING PEEKSKILL Herald Statesman ____ Daily Argus — Standard Star —Daily Times Daily Item Reporter Dispatch Daily News _ Citizen Register MT. KISCO CHAPPAQUA BRONXVILLE-EASTCHESTER Evening Star (Affilated) WEEKLIES North Westchester Times New Castle Tribune — Review Press & Reporter Commuters: Phone our Manhattan office at MU 5-8878. It's located at Room 5622, Grand Cential Terminal Building. New York 17, N. Y, Wtum Grand Central Station's lower level take the elevator •ear Track 1051 from the oper level ate tfce elevator near Track S3. Custom made slipcovers, sofa and chair $59.50. Solids, tweeds, stripes, florals. Continental NE 2-8700. YO 5-0600 16-31C DEMOLISHING former St. John's Mil­ itary Academy on Eastern Ave. Ossin- ing. N.Y. clean used brirk. oak pine & Maple flooring, oak panelling, plumb­ ing fixtures, doors etc WI 1-9628 or OW 8-6359 16-31C PIANO SALE. Bought & sold. Steinway $189. Grands. Studio $195. Uprights $79. Barnett 62 Main St WH 8-4880 _ 16-M READ THIS We have lowered our prices but NOT our quality. YARDSTYLE MO 6-6186 16-M MULTICOLORED VERMONT SLATE FLAGSTONE—IRREGULAR SHAPES WILLIAM A. KING. INC KA 4-0500 16-M NEW - USED — RENTALS Refrigerators — Ranges Dishwashers — Water Heaters Automatic Washers — Radios Television Sets MT. KISCO APPLIANCE CENTER BRICCETTI'S MOunt Kisco 6-6453 16-M WALLACE J. SCOTT JR. SCOTT-WILLYS Authorized Dealer for Gravely SMALL TRACTORS & EQUIPMENT Route 100 Wilson 1-8660 16-tf 10% DISCOUNT on all Toys, Wagons. Tricycles, our Lay-a-Way Plan. LEE'S, 51 Moger Ave., MOunt Kisco 6-5549. Use So. Pets — Livestock 18-14 ENGLISH SPRINGER SPANIELS — Males, 8 wks., AKC, innoculated, Field trial championship, blood lines. BE 4-7442 18-31C German Shepherd, 10 weeks, male, A.K.C. registered, excellent with chil­ dren, sire & dame champions. NE 3-9601 after 6 p.m. 18-31C IRISH WOLFHOUND PUPPIES AKC HAstings 5-0854 1S-31C LOVELY KITTENS. Cockers, water Spaniel. Irish setter. Others. CENTRAL WESTCHESTER Humane Rte. 9A Elms ford. 18-14 MALE BASSET, fond of children needs home and room to roam. After 6 p.m. MO 6-7S86. 18-31C POODLE PUPPIES BLACK MINIATURES MO 7-3510 Apartments Unfurnished . 25-31C White Plains, white family has 3 room apt.. (2 family house) $85 mo. Adults, WH 9-4750 Apartments Furnished 26-M APT.—Furnished also rooms with kitch- en privileges. Furnished rooms, single and doubles. MOunt Kisco 6-4884 26-14 — Notice Is hereby given that License No. 8GB115 has been issued to the un­ dersigned to sell beer at retail under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law at King Street, near Greeley Avenue, Chap paqua, Westchester County. N. Y. for off permises consumption GRISTEDE BROS.. INC. 1601 Bronxvllle Avenue New York 62, N. Y. 7-24. 31 MT. KISCO—2 large rooms, walk to station. MO 6-5800. 26-31C 2 minute NEW ROCHELLE—3 rooms, ideal for men or 2 ladies, $120 mo. conveniently located. NE 6-4381. 6-8 p m 26-31C NEW ROCHELLE—white family has 2 rooms nicely furnished, private bath, Convenient. NE 3-8437 after 7 p.m. Apartments, Cooperative 26A-31C IRVINGTON — 3 bedroom co-op wall to wall carpeting, triple exposure, walk R R . schools, utilities. $131 mo. $4700 IR 9-7675 Houses Unfurnished 27-31 GOLDENS BRIDGE—5 rooms, bath, fire place, oil heat, full basement, walking distance to stores and station, school bus at door. Available Aug. 1. CEntral 2-3111 Business Places For Rent 30-31C PORT CHESTER Available Aug. 1st. room office suite, central. Near R R. off street parking. WEstmore 9-8121 Wanted to Rent — 31-31C - ADULTS (3) and 1 high school student desire 4-5 room apt or small house, to $125. Prefer MT KISCO AND VIC. WI 1-2702 - 31-31C ADVERTISING EXECUTIVE DESIRES 2 or 3 bedroom house to rent from Sept. 1 through Dec. 31. Write all de tails. Box WCP 121 this newspaper 31-31C COUPLE with child desire 4 'A, 5 rooms, private house to 5125; lower Westches ter. LO 7-9795 after 7 30 Summer Places-Camps T2-31C NEW HAMPSHIRE — Heated Cottages furnished, weekly reasonable rates on lake. WInnipesaukee OLinville 2-0593. 7-9 p m Houses For Sale 33-M BEDFORD and all No Westchester age THOS. C. GRIMES CO on the Green Bedford Village 4-3642 Our 19th yr. in this same bldg 33-M CHAPPAQUA A. T. HOULIHAN. INC. King St. Chappaqua 33-31C 39 HARMON COMMUTING River View Sacrificing 3 yr 3 bedroom split l 1 baths, raised hearth Patio, dark room basement, extras, $21,500. CR 1-8545 33-31C HARTSDALE-SPLIT LEVEL 6 rooms plus playroom, fenced yard, garage, eel lar. G.I. mortgage, school bus, $26,500 DO 3-8415 33-31C fulj CAPE COD basement RO 9-2605 HAWTHORNE 4 rooms, baths. EXPANSION ATTIC 33-14 Katonah—Mixed Racial Area 4 bedroom house. $13 500. 2 car garage U acre. 3 4 mi. R R and bus. CE 2-4017 33-31C MAHOPAC: 7 room Brick, 2 car ga rage, 1 acre landscaped Oil burner Taxes $189 yr. $14,975 WE 9-6896. MA 8-4700 33-31C Ranch 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, TV laundry, Gardens. $45,000; another $35,000. L, Moncneff for P. Rarrows. RY 7-1460 33-31C White Plains 2 family. 2 car. excellent condition. Mortgage available $18,000 Phone days, WH 9-4670, eves. WH 8-4270 33-31C WHITE PLAINS Ideal For Young Family 4 bedrooms, 2 with tile floors, and better than usual 1st. semi-enclosed porch, full attic, basement, garage All excellent condition, completely re-painaed I ast yr. Pretty garden, easy walk to Battle Hill School, R. R . buses. $24,500. Owner WH 9-8944 33-31C WHITE PLAINS NO . INTERRACIAL 7 roomR. custom built, comer lot full basement, extras; WH 6-7556 33-31C WHITE PLAIN'S — 8 room house park ing Ideal medical center. Immediate occupancy. Reasonable WH 6-O088 33-31 C — YORKTOWN HEIGHTS spacious Cape Cod, hill view setting. 2 bedrooms, large expansion attic, wall to wall carpet, aluminum storms screens, immediate $18,500. YO 2-4956 Wanted To Buy :9-31C ALFRED COOPER buys furniture, an­ tiques, china, silver, jewelry, pianos, rugs, paintings, linens, bronzes. 5 Riverdale Ave YO 5-4075 19-31C ————— AAA PIANOS & ORGANS. CASH Please call Mr. Barnett WHite Plains 8-4880; BE 7-1341 Business Industrial Property 34-31C - Douglas Warehouse Inc GR 6-2100 167 Saw Mill River Rd. Yorkers, U S, Customs Bond & Free: R.R. Siding Trucking, Air Conditioned Storage. Can dy Specialist. Let US solve your Ware' house & Transportation Problems 34-31C LIGHT Industry or office 185 Adams St, Bedford Hills 1 block Sta., fireproof, 20x44. basement Everett Burbank MO 6-6315 34-31C MT. VERNON — rental — approx. 10 000 sq. ft. suitable storage and light mfg., immediate occupancy MO 8-3233 > 34-31C WHITE PLAINS. 6200 SQ. FT NEW 1 STORY. LEASE OR SALE WH 9-5146 Furnished Rooms 23-7 BEDFORD HILLS—furnished rooms for light housekeeping, bedroom, kitchenette, private bath, gas stove, refrigerator. Single man. Mrs. Mary Schmidt 167 Bab­ bitt Rd. MO 6-5526. Apartments Unfurnished 25-7 BEDFORD HILLS—3 room apartments $75—595 After 6 p.m. call MOunt Kisco 6-5519. 25-14 Bedford Center—3 rms. with steam heat, shower. Bedford Village 4-3489 or Cen­ tral 2-4264 after 5 pm. 25-31C CROSS COUNTY, YONKERS Countrified New 2 family. 3 bedroom, porch, new refrigerator, garage. $165 GR 6-4397 25-31C GOLDENBRIDGE Vic 3 new apts. 3-4 & 4,£, J available after Aug. 1 Private estate; from $125-$225. facilities includ­ ed: free dryer. washer. parking. Mount Kisco 6-5002 9:30-12 noon starting Mon. 25-31C HARTSDALE — Beautiful spacious 3% garden apt. private entrance, dishwash­ er, extras. $130 Sept. WH 8-4748; SC 3-8426 25-31C Mt. Kisco — garden apts. 3'4 & 4% rooms, $127.50 & $160. Call MO Kisco 6-8100 Supt. • 25-31C 3 bedrooms. MT. VERNON. 3 bedrooms. 2 baths, 2 yrs. elevator bldg., Pennington school, free gas, Sept. $190 MO 4-8022 25-31C MT. VERNON 6% large rooms, 3 bed­ rooms, 2 baths, elevator bldg, 2 blocks, shops, N.H.R.R. $195 mo. Supt MO 7-4987 25-31C OSSINING 5 ROOM APT. 2 bedrooms, garage. Private yard & porch. Children welcome $175. WI 1-1738 25-31C 1 RYE—modern 4'/4 garden apt., air-con. ditloned. 2 bedrooms. $170. Schools. V R.R.. •hops, beach. RYe 7-5765 ————— 25-31C ————— TARRYTOWN 3% room garden apt; sublease 13 months; available Aug. 1. $115 ME 1-5557 Wanted Real Estate 37-M List us your property with Clients waiting NICHOLAS FILARDI WH 6-4010 Business Opportunities 38-31C CUSTARD STAND Yonkers near Race way. Yonkers, parking for 50 cars, good Income & opportunity. GR 6-3097 — 38-31C GROCERY and delicatessen, wonderful opportunity, doing nice business YO 5-0662 • _ 38-31C RESTAURANT — well equipped on 210' frontage at Cherry St. and Parkway en trance. Bedford Hills. Ideal for Tavern or other retail business. 6 room apt, above — $34,000. Call MOunt Kisco 6-6598 eves. P.O. Box 323 Katonah. N.Y, 38-31C —. STATIONERY STORE — WET COFFEE—CARDS—TOYS Established 20 yrs. RYe 7-9789 Mortgages - Loans - Investments 39-31C BUSINESS LOANS Quick Action—Mortgages Bought County Industrial Corp. WH 6-2222 _ 39.31c _ $2000-2nd mortgages 6 per cent interest, Will buy existing mortgages in any amount. Civic Investors MO Vernon 8-6116 Business Service 41-14 EXCAVATING AND BLASTING LOADER. BACKHOE, COMPRESSOR GEORGE L WEBB BEdford Village 4-3574 41-M JACK HARGROVE'S MOVING and LIGHT TRUCKING. Cellars and Attics cleaned Call MOunt Kisco 6-5812 41-31C HALL'S MOVING CO. (estate. 1920) Interstate • and •> local moving, storage,. Heavy hauling and rigging, Reasonable 66 Main St. YOnkers 3-8088 or 3-4002 Business Service - 41-M 41-M LIQUOR LICENSE LEGAL NOTICE CITATION MARY ANN ASTOR WOODCOCK 948—1908 THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK BY THE GRACE OF GOD, FREE AND INDEPENDENT TO: JOHN B M.ADDOCK JOHN B. MADDOCK, Executor of the Will of Mary S. Maddock, deceased; JOHN EDMOND HEWITT as Successor Trustee, under the Will of William P. Woodcock, deceased; AETNA CAS- ULTY AND SURETY COMPANY, AD­ ELAIDE TRACY WOODCOCK LEE, THOMAS SIM LEE. PEGGY ANN LEE THOMAS S. LEE, JR., RICHARD COL­ LINS LEE, DEBORAH AGNES LEE, ADELAIDE WOODCOCK LEE BAX­ TER. SARAH COLLINS BAXTER, KEITH MERIWETHER BAXTER, WIL LIAM PALMER LEE, WILLIAM PAL­ MER WOODCOCK, WILLIAM P. WOOD­ COCK, JR., SUSANNE ELIZABETH WOODCOCK WEIGHTMAN. SUSANNE VICTORIA WEIGHTMAN, WALTER BRADFORD WEIGHTMAN, TON! KATHLEEN WEIGHTMAN. DEBORAH ANITA WEIGHTMAN. DAVID WILLIAM WOODCOCK, EDWARD F. LOWRY, Ex­ ecutor and surviving husband and heir at law and next of kin and beneficiary under Will of Mary Anita A. W. Lowry, formerly Mary Anita A. Woodcock, de­ ceased; EDWARD F. LOWRY, JR., Sqn and heir at law and next of kin and beneficiary under Will of Mary Anita W. Lowry, deceased: FLETCHER HOWARD WOODCOCK, SARRA MAR­ GUERITE WOODCOCK RHODES. ROB- ERT PEEBLES RHODES III. KATH RYN WOODCOCK RHODES. THURSIA MAE IRISH. CHARLES GODWIN IRISH. JR., CHARLES GODWIN IRISH III. SUSAN HELEN IRISH, THURSIA MAY IRISH CHILD. CHARLES CHRIS­ TOPHER CHILD, STEVEN LAWRENCE CHILD. MICHAEL SCOTT CHILD. AR­ THUR ANTHONY CHILD. PETER WARREN FRANK CHILD, MARY AL DRIDGE IRISH WATT, TERRENCE GRAHAM WATT. GERTRUDE WOOD­ COCK KELLEY, MARY ANN WOOD­ COCK KELLEY BENHAM ROBERT STEVENS BENHAM. BRIAN JOHN BENHAM, HUGH HAYNES KELLEY, MICHAEL HAYNES KELLEY. DOR­ OTHY WOODCOCK DEXHEIMER. JU­ LIA LUELLA DEXHEIMER. REGI NALD VETRUVIUS WOODCOCK, ANN WOODCOCK COONROD. SALLY ANN COONROD, BARBARA COONROD. CAR­ OL COONROD, JANE WHITNEY WOOD COCK LEWIS. DELMAR CASSELMAN WOODCOCK. JOHN LEANDER WOOD COCK. DAVID ALLAN WOODCOCK, DELMAR CASSELMAN WOODCOCK JR., DEBRA DEL WOODCOCK. WIL­ LIAM PALMER WOODCOCK, VIRGIN­ IA MAY WOODCOCK. VIRGINIA W MEKEEL individually and as Executrix of the Will of John L. Woodcock, de­ ceased: GEORGE GODWIN MEKEEL, JOHN PETER WOODCOCK. KENNETH LEE WOODCOCK. THELMA WOOD­ COCK PENNY. EDWARD LEE PENNY JOHN FREDERICK PENNY. JAMES WEN DEL PENNY. ELETHEA PENNY LILA LEE WOODCOCK HALL. STE VEN CHARLES HALL. FREDERIC AR­ THUR WOODCOCK MARGARET MacD S. GORDON. BARD MacD SQUIERS MARY ANNE ASTOR SQUIERS, RICH­ ARD STEEL, Ancillary and Domiciliary Administrator of the Estate of Herbert G. Squiers. Jr., deceased son of Harriet Bard W. Squiers, deceased: RICHARD STEEL. Ancillary Executor of the Will of Ethel Marguerite Squiers. deceased W. HUGH B R. KENNEDY. Executor of the Will of Myles Christian Camp bell Squiers. deceased; HERBERT GOLDSMITH SQUIERS 3rd. NIGEL CHRISTIAN MOSHIN SQUIERS. PETER SQUIERS. RICHARD STEEL. Assignee of any interest of Herbert Goldsmith Squiers 3rd under Will of Mary Ann Astor Woodcock, deceased, and under Will of William P Woodcock, deceased ARTHUR BUTLER SQUIERS. JUL! ETTE ETHEL VIOLET SQUIERS RICHARD STEEL, Assignee of any in terest of Arthur Butler Squiers under Will of Mary Ann Astor Woodcock, de ceased, and under Will of William P, Woodcock. deceased, CITY BANK FARMERS TRUST COMPANY. Trustee under Agreement of Assignment dated March 7. 1935 from John Astor Squiers deceased son of Harriet Bard W. Squi­ ers. deceased; FRANCES SARA SQUI­ ERS KITSON ADA MORDACQUE SQUI ERS, AND GENERALLY the heirs at law. next of kin and distributees of Wit Ham P. Woodcock, deceased and of his sons William P. Woodcock Jr., deceased and John P. Woodcock, deceased, if liv ing. and, if any of them be dead, their heirs at law. next of kin. distributees legatees, executors, administrators, as signee.s and succesors in interest, who and whose names and places of resl denee are unknown and cannot, after diligent inquiry, bv ascertained. SEND GREETING: Upon the petition of John Edmond Hewitt, residing at No 850 Park Avenue, in the City and County of New York State of New York, You and each of you are hereby cited to show cause before our said Surro gate's Court of the County of Westches ter at the Surrogate's office in the City of White Plains on. the 23rd day of Sep tember, 1958, at ten-thirty o'clock in the forenoon of that day. why a judicial settlement should not be had of the ac counts of John Edmond Hewitt, the above named petitioner, as Successor Trustee under the last Will and Testa ment of Mary Ann Astor Woodcock deceased, who at the time of her death resided in the Town of Bedford, in the County of Westchester and State of New York; why the Will of decedent should not be construed by the Court and a direction made that one-half the total net trust funds in this estate be distributed to John B. Maddork and that as to the other one-half of the total net trust funds the Court determine what persons are entitled thereto and in what proportions why the requested payment of S12.000 00 for legal services to the Successor Trustee should not be approved, and whv the petitioner should not have such other and further relief as to the Court may seem just and nroper Dated. Attested and Sealed. Jul. 10th, 1958 HON. JOHN J DILLON Surrogate, Westchester County .lames S. May Clerk (seal> (NOTE: This citation is served upon you as required by law. You are not obliged to appear in person.. If you fall to appear It will be assumed that you consent to the proceedings, unless you file written, verified objections thereto, You have a right to have an attorney at-law appear for you.) Thompson. Koss w Warren & Hewitt Attorneys for Petitioner 233 Broadway New York 7, N. Y. K 7-31. 8-7. 14, 21-T-4 CITATION WILLIAM P. WOODCOCK. 611—1892 THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK BY THE GRACE OF GQD FREE AND INDEPENDENT TO- JOHN B. MADDOCK JOHN B MADDOCK. Executor of the Will of Mary S. Maddock, deceased JOHN EDMOND HEWITT as Sue cessor Trustee under the Will of Mary Ann Astor Woodcock, deceased AETNA CASUALTY . AND SURETY COMPANY, ADELAIDE TRACY WOOD COCK LEE, THOMAS SIM LEE, PEG GY ANN LEE, THOMAS S. LEE, JR RICHARD COLLINS LEE. DEBORAH AGNES LEE, ADELAIDE WOODCOCK LEE BAXTER, SARAH COLLINS BAX­ TER, KEITH MERIWETHER BAX­ TER, WILLIAM PALMER LEE, WIL LIAM PALMER WOODCOCK. WILLIAM P. WOODCOCK, JR.. SUSANNE ELIZA BETH WOODCOCK WEIGHTMAN, SU SANNE VICTORIA WEIGHTMAN. WAL TER BRADFORD WEiGHTMAN, TONI KATHLEEN WEIGHTMAN, DEBORAH ANITA WEIGHTMAN, DAVID WILL- IAM WOODCOCK, EDWARD F. LOW HY, Executor and surviving husband and heir at law and next of kin and bene­ ficiary-under Will of Mary Anita A. W, Lowry ( formerly Mary Anita A. Wood­ cock, deceased; EDWARD F. LOWRY JR., Son arid heir at law and next of kin and beneficiary under Will of Mary Anita A. W. Lowry, deceased; FLETCH­ ER HOWARD WOODCOCK, SARRA MARGUERITE WOODCOCK RHODES, ROBERT PEEBLES RHODES III, KATHRYN W O O D C O.C-K RH.OPES THURSIA MAE IRISH. CHARLES GOD WIN IRISH, JR., CHARLES GODWIN LEGAL NOTICE IRISH in, SUSAN HELEN IRISH* THURSIA MAY IRISH CHILD. CHARLES CHRISTOPHER CHILD. STEVEN LAWRENCE CHILD. MI­ CHAEL. SCOTT CHILD, ARTHUR AN­ THONY CHILD, PETER WARREN FRANK CHILD, MARY ALDRIDGE IRISH WATT, TERRENCE GRAHAM, WATT. GERTRUDE WOODCOCK KEL­ LEY. MARY ANN WOODCOCK KEL­ LEY BENHAM, ROBERT STEVENS BENHAM, BRIAN JOHN BENHAM, HUGH HAYNES KELLEY, MICHAEL HAYNES KELLEY. DOROTHY WOOD­ COCK DEXHEIMER, JULIA LUELLA DEXHEIMER, REGINALD VETRUVIUS WOODCOCK, ANN WOODCOCK COON­ ROD, SALLY ANN COONROD, BAR­ BARA COONROD, CAROL COONROD. JANE WHITNEY WOODCOCK LEWIS, DELMAR CASSELMAN WOODCOCK. JOHN LEANDER WOODCOCK, DAVID ALLAN WOODCOCK, DELMAR CAS­ SELMAN WOODCOCK. JR. DEBRA DEL WOODCOCK, WILLIAM PALMER WOODCOCK, VIRGINIA MAY WOOD­ COCK. VIRGINIA W. MEKEEL Individ­ ually and as Executrix of the Will of John L. Woodcock, deceased; GEORGE GODWIN MEKEEL, JOHN PETER WOODCOCK. KENNETH LEE WOOD­ COCK. THELMA WOODCOCK PENNY. EDWARD LEE PENNY, JOHN FRED­ ERICK PENNY, JAMES WENDEL PENNY, ELETHEA PENNY, LILA LEE WOODCOCK HALL, STEVEN CHARLES HALL. FREDERIC ARTHUR WOOD­ COCK, MARGARET MacD. S. GORDON, BARD MacD. SQUIERS, MARY ANNE ASTOR SQUIERS. RICHARD STEEL. Ancillary and Domiciliary Administra­ tor of the Estate of Herbert G. Squiers, Jr.. deceasea son of Harriet Bard W. Squiers. deceased; RICHARD STEEL, Ancillary Executor of the Will of Ethel Marguerite Squiers, deceased; W. HUGH B. R. KENNEDY. Executor of the Will of Myles Christian Campbell Squiers. de­ ceased: HERBERT GOLDSMITH SQUI­ ERS 3rd, NIGEL CHRISTIAN MOSHIN SQUIERS. PETER SQUIERS. RICHARD STEEL. Assignee of any interest of Her­ bert Goldsmith Squiers 3rd under Will of Mary Ann Astor Woodcock, deceased, and under Will of William P. Woodcock, deceased; ARTHUR BUTLER SQUIERS. JULIETTE ETHEL VIOLET SQUIERS, RICHARD STEEL. Assignee of any in­ terest of Arthur Butler Squiers under Will of Mary Ann Astor Woodcock, de­ ceased, and under Will of William P. Woodcock. deceased: CITY BANK FARMERS TRUST COMPANY, Trustee under Agreement of Assignment dated Marcn 7, 1935 from John Astor Squiers. deceased son of Harriet Bard W. Squi­ ers, deceased; FRANCES SARA SQUI­ ERS KITSON ADA MORDACQUE SQUI­ ERS, AND GENERALLY the heirs at law, next of kin and distributees of Wil­ liam P. Woodcock, deceased, and of his sons William P. Woodcock, Jr., de­ ceased, and John P. Woodcock, de­ ceased, if living, and, if any of them be dead, their heirs at law, next of kin, distributees, legatees, executors, admin­ istrators, assignees and successors in in­ terest, who and whose names and places of residence are unkown and cannot, after diligent inquiry, be ascertained. SEND GREETING: Upon the petition of John Kdmond Hewitt, residing at No. 850 Park Ave­ nue, m the City and County of New York. State of New York, You and each of >ou are hereby cited to show cause before our said Surro­ gate s Court of the County of Westches­ ter at the Surrogate's office in the City of White Plains on the 23rd day of Sep­ tember. 1958, at ten-thirty o'clock in the forenoon of that day, why a judicial settlement should not be had of the ac counts of John Edmond Hewitt, the above named petitioner, as Successor Trustee under the last Will and Testa­ ment of William P. Woodcock, deceased who at the time of his death resided in the Town of Bedford, in the County of Westchester and State of New York; why the Will of decedent should not be construed by the Court and a direction made that the entire net trust fund in this estate be distributed to the Sue cesor Trustee under the Will of Mary Ann Astor Woodcock, deceased; why the requested payment of $6,000 00 for legal services to the Successor Trustee should not be approved, and why the petitioner should not have such other and further relief as to the Court may seem just and proper. Dated. Attested and Sealed. Jul. 10th, 1958 HON. JOHN J. DILLON Surrogate, Westchester County James S. May Clerk (seal* (NOTE: This citation is served upon you as required by law. You are not obliged to appear in person. If >ou fail to appear it will be assumed that you consent to the proceedings, unless you file written, verified objections thereto. You have a right to have an attorney- at-law appear for you »-Wiw - • 1 U»M » Thompson. Koss. Warren & Hewitt Attorneys for Petitioner 233 Broadway New York 7, N Y. K 7-31. 8-7, 14, 21-T-4 North Westchester Times, Mt. Kisco, N. Y., July 31, 1958 17 New Castle Tribune, Chappaqua, N. Y.,yJuly 31, 1958' LEGAL NOTICE cumbrances and disbursements to In­ sure tnat budget appropriations are not exceeded and audit all claims against the village: he shall perform such other duties as may be required of him by the Board of Trustees by ordinance, re­ solution or local law. LOCAL LAW NO. 4 FOR THE YEAR 1958 amending Section 373 of the Village Law defining the appointive powers of the Village Manager BE IT ENACTED by the Board of the Village .of \Mount Kisco. as follows: Such village employes as the board of trustees shall determine are neces­ sary for the proper administration of the village, except the village clerk, deputy village clerk, receiver of taxes, village attorney, building inspector, and officers and members of the police de­ partment, in accordance with the civil service law and regulations, shall be appointed and may be removed by the village manager: but the village man­ ager shall report each such appoint­ ment and removal to the board of trustees at the next meeting thereof following any such appointment or re­ moval. ' ' LOCAL LAW NO. 5 FOR THE YEAR 1958 amending Section 374 of the Vil­ lage Law defining the duties of other Village Employes. BE IT ENACTED by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Mount Kisco. as follows: The employes of the village, except­ ing the village attorney, shall perform such duties as may be required by them by the village manager under general regulations of the Board of Trustees. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES Oscar E T. SCHONFELD. Village Clerk Order No. 315 Dated July 24, 1958 K7-31 T-l Central School District No. 4 Towns of New Castle & Mt Pleasant Chappaqua. New York NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice is hereby given by the Board of Education, Central School District No. 4, of the Towns of New Castle and Mount Pleasant. Chappaqua, New York, that Transportation Contractors are in­ vited to submit bids for the transporta­ tion o( one (1) child from Central School District No. 4 to Starpoint School in Pelham, New York. Form of proposal, conditions of bid­ ding, and copy of proposed contracts may be obtained from George E Bald­ win, Business Manager. 45 South Greeley Avenue. Chappaqua. New York Sealed Bids are to be in the hands of the Clerk of the Board of Education not later than 12:00 Noon, Eastern Standard Time, on August 4. 1958 As provided bv law and regulations, the Board of Education, reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Martha M. Grant. Clerk Board of Education Central School District No. 4 Towns of New Castle & Mt. Pleasant Chappaqua. New York C 7-24. 31 5-2 PUBLIC NOTICE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE. That at a Public Hearing of the Board of Trustees, of the Village of Mount Kisco. held in the Municipal Building. 104 Main Street. Mount Kisco. N. Y.. on the 23rd dav of July, 1958 at 9 00 P M. (Daylight Sav­ ings Time) there being present: Mayor Betty P. Potter Trustee G. Roland House Trustee William B. Mack Trustee Joseph H Bondi Absent-Trustee Edward M. Marwell the following Local Laws No 2. No 3. No. 4 and No 5, for the year 19.58. amending respectively Sections 371. 372. 373 and 374 of the Village Law. were adopted LOCAL LAW NO. 2 FOR THE YEAR 1958 amending Section 371 of the Vil­ lage Law defining the administrative and executive powers of the Village Manager BE IT ENACTED by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Mount Kisco. as follows: The Administrative and Executive powers of the Village including the pow­ er of appointment of all employes, ex- copt the Village Clerk, Deputy Clerk, Receiver of Taxes, Building Inspector and Village Attorney, and officers and members of the Police Department, are vested in an officer to be known as the Village Manager, who shall be appoint­ ed by the Board of Trustees and hold office during the pleasure of such Board. He shall receive such compensation as shall be fixed by the Board of Trustees. At the time of his appointment he need not be a resident of the village or the state, but shall become a resident of the village within ninety days after appoint­ ment and so remain during his tenure of office. He shall be chosen by the Board of Trustees without regard to his political beliefs and solely upon the basis of his executive and administra­ tive ability. He may be bonded as the Board of Trustees may deem neces­ sary. No member of the Board of Trustees shall be appointed as village manager during the term for which he shall have been elected During the ab­ sence or disability of the village man­ ager, the Board of Trustees may desig­ nate any properly qualified person to perform the duties of the office during such absence or disability. LOCAL LAW NO. 3 FOR THE YEAR 3358 amending Section 372 of the, Vil­ lage law by adding to the general dut­ ies of the Village Manager. BE IT ENACTED by the Board of Trustees of the'Village of Mount Kisco, as follows: The village manager shall be the ad­ ministrative head of the village govern­ ment. He shall see that within the vll- large, the laws of the state, and ordin­ ances, rules and by-laws of the board of trustees are faithfully executed; he shall attend all meetings of the board of trustees and recommend for adop­ tion such measures as he shall deem expedient; he shall make reports to the Board of Trustees from time to time upon the affairs of the village and Ireep the board of trustees fully advis­ ed of the financial condition of the vil­ lage. - \ Its future financial needs; he shall prepare and submit to the board of trustees a tentative Budget for the next fiscal year; he shall be the purchasing agent for the village, and its separate : boards-Yafad comrnlssj0n5\\he> shalf fcujp- ervise arid control \all\ expenditures,''-en- NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION Millwood Fire District in the Town of New Castle Westchester County, New York NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pur­ suant to Section 38.00 of the Local Fi­ nance Law and Section 179 of the Town Law. a special election of the qualified voters of the Millwood Fire District in the Town of 'New Castle, WestcHester County. New York, will be held at Mill wood Fire House, Millwood in Town of New Castle. New York, in said Fire District, on the 14th day of August, 1958, between the hours of 7 o'clock P M . and 10-00 o'clock P M . Eastern Daylight Saving Time, for the purpose of voting on the adoption or rejection of the following bond resolution: BOND RESOLUTION DATED JULY 17, 1958. , A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE PURCHASE OF A FIRE TRUCK, IN­ CLUDING APPARATUS USED IN CON­ NECTION THEREWITH. BY THE MILLWOOD FIRE DISTRICT IN THE TOWN OF NEW CASTLE, WESCHES- TER COUNTY. NEW YORK AT A MAXIMUM COST OF $40,400 AND AU THORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF S.55 - 000 SERIAL BONDS OF SAID FIRE DISTRICT THE \USE OF $5,100 CASH. AVAILABLE THEREFOR. AND THE TRADE-IN OV AN OLD FIRE TRUCK TO PAY THE COST THEREOF BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Fire Commissioners of the Millwood Fire District in the Town of New Castle Westchester County, New York, as fol­ lows : Section 1 The purchase of a fire truck, including apparatus used in con­ nection therewith, by the Millwood Fire District in the Town of New Castle. Westchester County. New York, is here by authorized at a maximum estimated cost of $40,400 Section 2. The plan of financing the aforesaid maximum estimated cost is as follows • a By the issuance nf R.'55 onn serial bonds of said Fire District which arc hereby authorized to be issued pursuant to the Ln< ai Kinanc-e Law . b. By tin- uie of S5.100 rash of said Fire District available therefor; and c By trading-in an old fire truck of said Fire District for $300 Section 3. It is hereby determined that subdivision 27 of a of Section 11 00 of the Local Finance Law applies to the nfore said object or purpose and that the period of probable usefulness thereof is ten years Section 4 The faith and credit of said Fire District are hereby irrevocably pledged to the payment of the principal of and interest on such obligations as the same respectively become due and payable An annual appropriation shall be. made in each year sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on such ob­ ligations becoming due and payable in such year There shall annually be lev­ ied on all the taxable real property of said Fire District^ ^a tax sufficient\ to pay the principal of and interest on such obligations as 'the same become due and payable Section 5 Subject to the provisions of the Local Finance Law, the power to authorize the issuance of and to sell bond anticipation notes in anticipation of the issuance and sale of the serial bonds herein authorized, including re­ newals of such notes, is hereby dele­ gated to the Fire District Treasuer. the chief fiscal officer Such notes shall be of such terms, form and contents, and shall be sold in such manner as may be prescribed by said Fire District Treas­ urer, consistent with the provisions of the Local Finance Law. Section 6 The validity of such bonds may be contested only if- 1» Such bonds are authorized for an object or purpose for which said Fire District is not authorized to expend mon­ ey, or 2) The provisions of law which should he complied with at the date of pub­ lication of this resolution are not sub­ stantially complied with, and an action, suit or proceeding con­ testing such validity is commenced with­ in twenty days after the date of such publication, or 3) Such bonds are authorized in viola­ tion of the provisions of the Constitution. Section 7 This resolution shall become effective when it has been approved by a matority of the qualified voters of said Fire District voting on a pro­ position therefor at a special election in said Fire District, on August 14. 1958. The polls will be kept open for the receipt of ballots during the aforesaid hours, and the ballots will be in sub­ stantially the following form, to-vvit. PROPOSITION Shall the resolution entitled- \BOND RESOLUTION DATED JULY 17. 1958. A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE PURCHASE OF A FIRE TRUCK. IN­ CLUDING APPARATUS USED IN CON­ NECTION THEREWITH. BY THE MILLWOOD FIRE DISTRICT IN THE TOWN OF NEW CASTLE. WESTCHES- ER COUNTY NEW YORK. AT A MAXIMUM ESTIMATED COST OF S40.- 400. AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSU­ ANCE OF 535 000 SERIAL BONDS OF SAID FIRE DISTRICT. THE USE OF S5 100 CASH. AVAILABLE THEREFOR. AND THE TRADE-IN OF AN OLD FIRE TRUCK TO PAY THE COST THEREOF \. adopted by the Board of Fire Commissioners of said Fire Dis­ trict on the 17th day of July. 1958. be approved ' Those who are qualified to vote on the aforesaid proposition are qualified voters who shall have resided in said Fire District for tnirty (30) days next pre­ ceding such election who are owners of propertv in said Fire District assessed upon the latest completed assessment roll of the Town of New Castle. New York Dated- Millwood. New York. .Tulv 17 1&58 BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS 'OF THE MILLWOOD FIRE DISTRICT IN THE TOWN OF NEW <~ASTT.E WESTCHESTER COUN­ TY. NEW YORK BY THOMAS L. HONAN Fire District Secretary C 7-31 T-1 LEGAL NVTIUB $95,000 TOWN OF NEW- CASTLE, WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NEW YORK HIGHWAY GARAGE (SERIAL) BONDS. 1958 NOTICE OF BOND SALE Sealed proposals will be received and considered by the undersigned Super­ visor of the Town of New Castle, West­ chester County, New York, at the Town Hall, in Chappaqua. New York. (P.O. Address: Chappaqua, New York), at 3:00 -o 'clock P.M., Eastern Daylight Saving Time, on the 7th day of August, 1958. at which time and place the bids will be opened, for the purchase at not less than par and accrued Interest of 595.000 Highway Garage (Serial) Bonds. 1958 of said Town, of the de­ nomination of $1,000 each, dated July 1. 1958. and maturing $15,000 on July 1. 1959 and $20,00 on July 1 in each of the years 1960 to 1963, both Inclusive, bearing interest at a rate not exceeding five per centum per annum, payable semi-annually January 1 and July 1. Principal and interest of said bonds are payable in lawful money of the United States of America at The Chap­ paqua National Bank, in Chappaqua, New York. Bonds will be in bearer form with coupons attached and > may be converted into fully registered bonds, and will he valid and legally' binding general obligations of said Town, 'all the taxable real property within which will be subject to the levy of ad valor­ em taxes to pay said bonds and interest thereon, without limitation as to rate or amount. The State Constitution requires the Town to pledge its faith and credit for the payment of the principal of the bonds and the interest thereon and to make annual appropriations for the amounts required for the payment of such interest and the redemption of such bonds The State Constitution also provides that if at any time the ap­ propriating authorities fail to make the required appropriations for the annual debt service on the bonds and certain other* obligations of the Town, a suffi­ cient sum shall he set apart from the first revenues thereafter received and shall he applied for such purposes; also that the fiscal officer of the Town may be required to set apart and apply such revenues as aforesaid at the suit of any holder of such obligations. Each bid must be for all of said $95,000, bonds and state a single rate of interest therefor Unless all bids are rejected, the award will be made to the bidder complying with the terms of sale and offering to purchase said bonds at the lowest rate of Interest, not exceeding the rate above specified, stated in a multiple of one-quarter or one-tenth of one per centum per an­ num, without reference to premium, provided, however, that If two or more bidders offer to purchases aid bonds at the same lowest rate of interest, then such award will be made to the bidder offering the highest premium. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids, and ' any bid not complying with this Notice of Sale will be re­ jected. Each bid must be enclosed in a sealed envelope addressed to the un­ dersigned Supervisor, and should be marked on the outside \Proposal for Bonds\ and must be accompanied with a certified or cashier's check drawn upon an incorporated bank or trust company to the order of said Town of New Castle, New York, for $1,900 as a good faith deposit to secure the Town against any loss resulting from the fail­ ure of the bidder to comply with the terms of his bid. No interest will be allowed on the amount of the good faith deposit Said bonds are issued pursuant to the Constitution and statutes of the State of New York, including among others, the Town Law and the Local Finance Law. for the construc­ tion of a town building to house and store highway equipment and machin­ ery for said Town In the e\ent that^prior to the de­ livery of the bonds, the Income re­ ceived by private holders from bonds of the same type and character shall he taxable by the terms of any Fed­ eral income tax law. the successful bid­ der may, at his election, be relieved of his obligations under the contract to purchase the bonds, and In such case, the deposit accompanying his bid will be returned. Said bonds will be delivered at New York, New York, or at such other place as may he agreed with the pur­ chaser about August 28. 1958. The approving opinion of Messrs. Vandewater. Sykes, Heckler & Galloway. Attorneys of New York City, will be furnished to the purchaser without cost. There will also be furnished the usual dosing certificates, dated as of the date of delivery of and payment for the bonds, including a statement that there is no litigation pending, or. to the knowledge of the signers thereof* threat­ ened, affecting* the validity of the bonds. The population of the Town as shown hy the 1950 U S. Census is 8.802. The debt statement' to he filed pursuant to Section 109.00 of the Local Finance Law in connection with the sale of the bonds herein described, prepared as of July 14. 1958, will show the average full valuation of real estate subject to tax­ ation by the'Town to be $67,185,000. its debt limit to be $4,702,954, and its total net indebtedness subject to the debt lim­ it to be $15,000. Bond anticipation notes have not been issued heretofore in an­ ticipation of the sale of such bonds. The indebtedness to be evidenced by such bonds will Increase such net in­ debtedness by $95,000. A detailed report of essential facts will be furnished to any interested bidder upon request. Dated: Chappaqua. New York July 14, 1958 Arthur L. Green Supervisor C 7-31 T-l VILLAGE OF MOUNT KISCO, . NEW YORK Sealed bids for the Reconstruction of 252 feet nt Sanitary Sewer in Barker Street. Village of Mount Kisco will be received by the Village Clerk in his of­ fice in the Municipal Building. Mount Kisco, New York until 4:00 P.M. August 18th. 1958. The bids will be publicly opened and read at 4:00 P.M. at the Office of the Village Clerk. August 18th, 1958. Plans, specifications and standard pro­ posal for\ the jvofk proposed, may be obtained at the above address. The Village .of Mount Kisco reserves the right to waive any informalities or reject any Or all bids not deemed for the best interest 6t the Village of Mount Kisco. Each bidder must deposit with his, bid 8 certified check In- the amount of 5 per cent of the total bid made pay­ able to the- Village of Mount Kisco, subject to the conditions provided in the Information for Bidders. Attention of the bidders is particular­ ly called to the requirements as to con­ ditions of employment to be observed and minimunr wage rates to be paid under the contract. Oscar \E. T. Schonfeld, Village Clerk Order No- 313 •Dated. July 18, -1958» * 7 -31' T -r NOTICE OF HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has made application to the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Town of New Castle for permission under Section 3, 280A of the Town Law to erect a private dwelling on property located on the west side of Armonk Road, and known on the tax map of the Town of New Castle as Section 18, Sheet 2, Block M, Lot AI: said dwelling to have access from Woodland Road instead of Armonk Road. A public hearing will be held on said application on Wednesday, August 6. 1958 at 8:15 P.M fn the Town Hall, Chappaqua. New York Persons interested will be heard for and • against said application at said' time and place. Objections by persons unable to attend must be by written statement sworn to and filed with the Secretary of the Board at or before the time of said public hearing. ANN'ANDALE, INC. 7-31 T-l NOTICEOF HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has made application to the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Town of New Castle for permission for Off- street Loading and Unloading Space and Off-street Parking for property lo­ cated on the south side of King Street and known on the tax map of the lown of New Castle as Section 20. Sheet 6. Block 264, Lot 3C A public hearing will be held on said application on Wednesday. August 6, 1958 at 8:15 P.M. m the Town Hall Chappaqua. New York Persons interested will be heard for and against said application at said lime and place. Objections hy persons unable to attend must be by written statement sworn to and filed with the Secretary of the Board at or before the time of said public hearing. EUGENE A. SHERIDAN u 7-31 T : l NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING TAKE NOTICE that a Public Hearing will be held at the Town Hall, King Street and Bedford Road, Chappaqua, New York on' the 12.th 4ay of August, 1958 at 8:15 o'clock in the evening re­ garding the proposal of the Town of New Castle to enter into a contract with the Village of Mount Kisco to ex­ tend for three (3) years fire protection furnished by said Village to the Nor­ thern Fire Protection District, which contract contains generally the follow­ ing provisions: (a) Fire Department of said Village shall respond and attend upon all fires wifhin said District. (B) For such service the Town shall pay said Village annually a fee at the rate of $1.50 per thousand dollars of assessed valuation of ' real property within said District to be levied upon taxable property within* said District. (c) The Town will carry liability and compensation insurance. (q*>,A.ll insurance premium taxes credited by New York State to said District shall be paid and credited to the Fire Department of said Village. (e) Supervision of fire fighting in said District shall be by the Fire Depart­ ment of said Village. At the 1 time and place aforesaid, tha- Town Board will meet to hear all per­ sons interested in the subject matter. BY ORDER OF THE TOWN BOARD OF THE TOWN OF NEW CASTLE Kathleen C. Mqran, TOWN CLERK Dated tf July.- 8, 1958 . - - I C'7i31VT-l- •' •\

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