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New Castle tribune. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1927-????, December 25, 1958, Image 14

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AaJ*|iy W'250 A !,D.i the Greeks h^^pMdMtm'mdent sys- :teih|ipf ^writing -their language in shorthand. AiR-eoitomoNED P L A Z A STAMFORD. CT. - DAvis 3-1600 STARTS THURSDAY, CHRISTMAS DAY LESLIE CARON 14 North Weif Chester Times, Mt. Kfseo, N. Y., Dec. 25, 1958 _Th« New Screen Musical In Gorgeous Color By The Composers Of \My Fair lady\ CTAMFORD & DAvis 4-3156. W STAMFORD, CONN. HELD OVER! ENDS TUES. THE SHOW FOB ENTIRE FAMILY ^ PARAMOUNT PRESENTS TECHNICOLOR\ STARTS WED., DEC. 31 \THE BUCCANEER\ DAvis 4 -9205 • Ample far»viujj oiarntOtd, Conn. KIS ROP 3-Grand .Union ss Grand Union Ojiens Market In Canada The Grand Union Company to­ day announced that it opened two new supermarkets on Wednesday, Dec. 17, a 45,704 square foot store in Prince George's Plaza near Washington, D.C., and a 12,- 000 square foot store in Highland Falls, N.Y. In addition, the Eastern food chain announced that its Canadian Division market at Acton, Ontario, opened on Thursday, Dec. 18 fol­ lowing extensive renovations. The Grand Union market will be a major unit in Prince George's Plaza, a $12,000,000 shopping cen­ ter with parking for.4,000 cars. Eastern Shopping Centers Inc., pf Yonkers is the developer of the Plaza, in which the Hecht Com­ pany of Washington, D.C. is the principal tenant. In Japan, the term abdication also refers to a centuries-old prac­ tice of retirement from active life, whether ecclesiastical, gov­ ernmental or business. In Roman law, the term meant disowning a member of the family. Jjfanasanws CHRISTMAS DAY 2:40 - 5:00 - 7:20 - 9:40 DAILY 1:30 - 4:10 - 7:00 - 9:40 WESTCHESTER BALLET COMPANY Iris Merrick, Director SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SHOW The Dream Toy Shop (premiere) Cinderella Peter and the Wolf Saturday December 27, 3:30 PM General Admission. $1.25 Reserved, $2.00 County Center, White Plains White Plains 9-8900 VINCENT B. HUBBELL of 293 Douglas Rd., Chappaqua, has been elected an assistant vice president of The Marine Midland Trust Co. of New York. Mr. Hubbell specializes in estate conservation in the trust de­ partment. He joined the bank in 1944 and was elected an assis­ tant secretary in 1951- VICTORIA Ossinirig WI 1-6212 Now thru Mon. r Dec. 29 GREGORY PECK JEAN SIMMONS CHARLTON HESTON CARROLL BAKER BURL IVES IN \THE BIG COUNTRY\ IN TECHNIRAMA AND TECHNICOLOR CONTINUOUS XMAS DAY FRI. - SAT. - SUN. Tues., Dec. 30 to Mon. f Jan. 5 ELIZABETH TAYLOR PAUL NEWMAN BURL IVES JACK CARSON JUDITH ANDERSON IN \CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF\ IN TECHNICOLOR CONTINUOUS NEW YEAR'S DAY FRI. - SAT. and SUNDAY CRECHE CEREMONY OSSINING — Ossining's Christ mas creche, subject of court in junction action, will be lighted at a carol-singing ceremony tomor­ row night at 7 o'clock, on the lawn of Ossining Junior-Senior High School. Permission to erect the creche tomorrow afternoon, after the closing of the schools here for the Christmas recess, was given Friday night by the Ossin­ ing Board of Education by a 6-1 vote. Mayor Jesse A. Collyer, Jr., chairman of the creche committee, wj IJ preside at the ceremony, and the carol singing will be led by Warren Walworth, director of the Ossining Music Guild Brill Realty Announces Recent Sales Two homes in Chappaqua are among recent sales announced by Brill Realty Co. of Pleasantville and New York City. The ranch-style house at 71 Poillon Dr., with half an acre of land, was sold for Peter Wade to Walter W Swertfager of Bronxville Co-broker was Lloyd Cox of Bed­ ford. Mr. Swertfager is with Sin­ clair Oil Co. A new seven room, two bath Cape Cod house on an acre of land in Cross Ridge Estates was sold for Bonard & Marino, build­ ers, to Leon Cookman of Wap- pingers Falls and formerly of Chappaqua. Mr. Cookman is with the Research Division of IBM. Other recent Brill sales in the area are: the house at 178 Mari­ etta Ave., Hawthorne, for George Geis, to Jack Diamond of Mount Kisco: the house at 32 Ridgewood Dr., Pleasantville, for Engoll Sol- vedt, to Hugo Van Perlstein of Hartsdale, associated with the Reader's Digest; the Colonial house at 17 Martling Ave., Plea santville, for George D. Rosie to Earl C. Bnggs, the house at 41 Sunset Dr., Armonk, for Joseph Horgan, to John Lodes of Mount Vernon, with Evelyn Nickerson as co-broker; and the house at 20 Lockland Rd., Valhalla for Creigb ton Jones to Bruce Gustin of Nor folk, Mass. New Castle Tribune, Chappaqua, N. Y., December 25, 1958 Commuter Unit Hits 26-Ticket Increase Chappaqua Church Sertftcfes NEW YORK — The 5 per cent are increase on 26-trip tickets granted the New York Central yes- erday by the Public Service Com­ mission is meeting with rider op­ position. Nathan M. Klein, acting chair­ man of the Metropolitan and Re­ gional Commuter Council, has. pro- ested the rate rise to the PSC. Klein said his petition had ob­ jected to the fact that no public hearings were held before the in­ crease. It was approved after the railroad \merely filed an amend­ ed schedule,\ he said. Road Not Examined \I wonder whether all the facts were presented,\ he said. \The public had no chance to question or examine the railroad officials.\ Klein said he had also written Atty. Gen. Louis Lefkowitz asking that he intervene \on behalf of the people of the state.\ He said he planned to send letters to Gov FOR A dOYOUSyi t this joyous time of Christmas, may happiness fill your heart and may the blessings of peace, good health and good fortune be yours for a long time to come. Contractors and Builders | Maple Ave. MOunt Kisco 6-5171 g ATTENDANT to the Snow Queen at Marymount College, Tarrytown, on Sunday was Miss Mary Alice Young, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Joseph A. Young of of Hillandale Dr., Armonk, and a junior at the college. The crowning of Miss Joyce Childs of Floral Park as Queen climaxed the annual Christmas Charity Benefit sponsored by the senior class. elect Nelson A. Rockefeller and Sen. Jacob Javits. In his letter to Rockefeller, he said he would ask for a meeting for his and other commuter groups with the gover­ nor-elect. Klein said his petition to the PSC also charged the railroad was earning enough on its total invest ment to make the hike uncalled for, though the Hudson Division operates at a loss. The petition also stated the raise was inflationary, would help raise the cost of living, would lower the number of commuters and help overtax highways. Fares should be lowered instead of raised, Klein said. Interstate Commerce Commission statistics show fare reductions result in more passengers and more money for the railroads, he asserted. Klein, who lives in Sea Cliff ' . I., is also president of the North Shore Commuters Assn. on Long Island. GOP Names Hanson Full-Time Assistant Appointment of Nils Hanson of 70 Lookout Ci. f Larchmont, as executive assistant to the chair­ man of the Westchester Republi-I can County Committee, was an­ nounced today. County Executive Edwin G. Mi- chaelian, who is also the GOP chief, announced thar Hanson will \perform such administrative du­ ties as are assigned to him by the chairman, particularly with respect to liaison work between the various chairmen of the towns and cities, and the organization of the Republican Party for the forthcoming 1959 campaign. Hanson, who is Mamaroneck Town Republican chairman, served as campaign coordinator for the 26th Congressional Dis trict in this year's campaign. His appointment to the new post was forecast early this month and was authorized at the GOP Executive Commiitee at a meeting on Dec. 4 Michaelian said Hanson will be available on a full-time basis a' the County Republican Headquart ers, 214 Mamaroneck Avenue There was no announcement o the salary he will receive althoug] it has been reported it would be on a $12,000-a-year basis. Hanson has been Mamaroneck chairman since 1955 and a mem ber of the Larchmont-Mamaro- neck Citizens for Eisenhower in 1952. In his home community, Han son has been a leader in Red Cross, Cancer Fund and Commun­ ity Chest campaigns. He has been a sales representative for a travel organization. Hanson attended Ma­ maroneck public schools and re- cieved a B.A. degree from Augus- tana College, Rock Island, HI. He was a technical sergeant in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1942 to 1945 and served in the South Pacific Theater for 15 months. CHURCH OF THE REDEEM- 1 ER: Lutheran, King Street Sun­ day School and Bible Class, 9:45 a.m. Worship Service,* 11 a.m. Nursery conducted during service. CHURCH OF ST. JOHN AND ST. MARY: Catholic, the Rev. Louis A. Stryker, pastor. Sunday Masses at 7:30, 9, 10, U, and 12 a.m. First Friday of month Mass­ es at 6:30 a.m. Hours for Confes­ sion: Saturday, Thursday evenings before the First Fridays and Eves of Holy Days — afternoons 4 to 5:30 p.m. and evening 7 to 8:30 Holy Day Masses at 6:30, 8, 9 and 10 a.m. CHURCH OF SAINT MARY THE VIRGIN: Episcopal, S. Greeley Ave., Chappaqua, the Rev. Regi­ nald G. Stewart, rector; the Rev. H. Mason Palmer, associate. Holy Communion: Sundays at 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. (and 9:45 am., first Sun­ day of the month), Thursdays and Holy Days at 9 am. Morning Pray­ er: Sundays at 9:45 a.m. (except first Sunday of the month), Thurs­ days and Holy Days at 8:45 a.m Church School: Sundays at 9:30 a.m. EMANUEL LUTHERAN: Man- ville Road, Pleasantville, the Rev John R. Pearson, pastor. Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School and Bible Class; 10:30 a.m. Morning Wor­ ship. School 9f30 a.m.;.Worship with ser­ mon 11 a.m. Junior High MYF p.m.; Senior'High MYF 6:30 p.ra,; Spiritual ^Iife Growth Clinic 8 p.m. CHURCH OF THE RESURREC­ TION: United Lutheran, East Main St. and S. Bedford Rd., Mount Kisco, Sunday School and Adult Bible Class, 9:30 a.m.; Worship Service, 11 a.m. Child Care during the 11 a.m. Worship. OUR LADY BY THE WAYSIDE: Catholic, Millwood, the Rev. Albert A. Pickney, pastor; Rev. Robert Loftus, assistant Sunday Mass at 9:30 a.m. with Confessions before Mass. Sunday School following Mass. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 398 Bedford Road, Pleasantville, N. Y., Dr. Benjamin F. Farber, interim minister, Rev. J. Richard Hart, As­ sociate Minister, Dr. Edward L Campbell, Pastor Emeritus, Rev. Norman Pease, Minister of Chris- tion Education Worship; Miss Alice Johns, organist and choir director. Services at 9:30 and 11 a.m. Church School sessions at 9:30 and 11 a.m. Senior High and Junior High West­ minister Fellowship groups at 7 RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS: King. St, Meeting for Worship 11 a.m.; First Day School. 10 a.m. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST: 219 Bedford Road, Pleasantville, Sunday School and Church at 11 a.m. Wednesday eve ning services at 8:15 p.m. Read­ ing Room at 40 Wheeler Avenue open daily 12 to 5 o'clock excep on Sunday and Holidays. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CH URCH: Orchard Ridge Road, Chappaqua. The Rev. Kenneth E Nye, minister, The Rev. Alfred D. Moore, associate. Sunday services 9:30 and 11:15 a. m. Nursery main­ tained in Parish House. Slade Will Gives Share To Hospital NEW YORK — Northern West­ chester Hospital at Mount Kisco shares in the $1,700,000 estate of Mrs. Bertha Coolidge Slade of New York, according to a report filed by the State Transfer Tax Department. Under provisions of a will, the hospital receives* 20 per cent of the residuary estate following dis­ tribution of bequests to other charities and individuals. Also mentioned in a will are the District Nursing Assn. of Mount Kisco, five per cent and St. Mat­ thew's Church Bedford, four per cent. Mrs. Slade died Jan. 9, 1953, leaving gross assets of $1,834,829 and a net estate of $1,737,180. \ Season's Greetings Per annum (3% plus V4 °/o extra) (Anticipated {or the period from January I, 1959 through June 30, 1959 assuming favorable earnings continue] SAVINGS WHITE PLAINS, NEW YORK 1 MAMARONECK AVE. • 530 NORTH BROADWAY The ONLY Savings Bank in White Plains EST. 1893 PHONE White Plain* 9-3600 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE NILS HANSON America's Finest Fitting Shoes for Children DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTIONS PILLED U.S. KEDS FOR ENTIRE FAMILY CARTISANO'S SHOE STORE 21 KING STREET CHappaqua 1-0876 METHODIST: Bedford Road Pleasantville, the Rev. Kenneth E Hoover, pastor. Sunday Church RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS: Quaker St. Meeting for Worship, 11 a. m. TEMPLE BETH EL OF NORTH­ ERN WESTCHESTER: King St. and Orchard Ridge Road, Chappa­ qua, Solomon K. Kaplan, Rabbi. Friday night services at 8:45 p.m. Religious School Sunday 10 a.m., Pleasantville Cottage School. ST. MARK'S CHURCH: Episco­ pal, Mount Kisco, the Rev. Colin Lee, rector; the Rev.c S. Raymond Brinckerhoff, assistant. Sundays: 9:15 a.m.. Family Service with Holy Communion on the second Sunday of each month; 11 a.m., Morning Prayer with Holy Com-, munion on the first Sunday of each month. RESTAURANT - COFFEE SHOP Stop in for a meal - or a snack EVERY NIGHT ± 'TIL 1 T P. M. FRI. and SAT 'TIL 2 A. M. OPEN AH NK*nf TARRYTOWN WHITE PLAINS ROAD (Just Westof Saw Mill River Overpass) J-AC cr/.cd by STAMFORD HOUSE ROUTE ONE, DOWNTOWN/STAMFORD ' THREE Pp .U/iRS CHILDREN FRF '.. S7«DA? ' DRILY: 6P.M y 9-?.M. RUNi-12 KOCN-4 P.M.- SINESS USE CHAPPAQUA BUSINESS DIRECTORY Bicycles Schwinn Columbia Rndge Sew & Used—All Sizes Repairs on All Makes KEYS MADE MARINELLI'S £09 E. Main St. MO Kisco 6-8231 Clothing The Old Colony Shop of Chappaqua \Stylings in Clothing for Women and Children\ King St. CH 1-0791 Fuel CORNELL-HAVILAND FUEL OIL MASON'S MATERIALS COAL BURNER SERVICE CHappaqua 1-0223 1 Funeral Homes BEECHER Funeral Homes ROger 9-0001 TIIUHOMI «.4Mt i%% i AST MAIN St. MOUNT IltCO, H.I. Oelker & Cox Air Conditioned Funeral Home 262 EAST MAIN STREET MOunt Kisco 6 -5891 Moving & Storage G. MARSHALL Agent Packing • Crating • Shipping United Van Lines, Inc. Van & Storage Co. Inc. Tel«iMft. Kisco 8-5388 ROger 9-0180 —local & Long Distance— Hardware DO YOUR XMAS SHOPPING EARLY Large Selection of XMAS GIFTS For Everyone The Greeley Country Store, Inc. So. Greeley Ave. CHappaqua 1-0099-1199 Pharmacies Television TV-RADIO SERVICE SALES MARINELLI'S 209 E. Main St. M0 8-8231

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