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8 North Westchester Times, Mt. Kisco, N. Y., Jan. 8, 1959 New Castle Tribune, Chappaqua, N. Y., January 8, 1959 Bedford Hills Protestants Unite for Centennial Rite The Rev. John M. Pearson, sup­ erintendent of the Newburgh Dis­ trict of the New York Methodist Conference, returned on Sunday, Dec. 28, to the Bedford Hills Meth­ odist Church pulpit he filled for three years when he delivered the sermon as guest preacher at a union church service marking Protestantism's centennial year in Bedford Hills. Acquaintances Renewed The Rev. Pearson served the Bedford Hills parish during 1926- 27-28 and in his sermon he brief­ ly recalled his days in that com­ munity and the many friends, he and Mrs. Pearson left behind when he accepted a call to Dobbs Fer­ ry Methodist Church. The district superintendent and his wife re­ newed many of those acquaintan­ ces after the centennial service and among former parishioners on hand to greet Mr. Pearson was ninety-one-year-old Clement E. Burbank. oldest member of Bed­ ford Hills Methodist Church. He was a youngster when Protestan­ tism had its founding in Bedford Hills in 1958. Methodist and \Bap­ tist congregations united to Jound the community's first Protestant Church. Pastors were supplied by Mount Kisco Methodist Church, Bedford Village Presbyterian Church and Sing Sing Prison, whose Baptist chaplain joined cler­ gymen of other denominations in conducting services. The Mount Kisco Methodist and Bedford Presbyterian Churches, were represented at the centennial serv­ ice by t-heir pastors; the Rev. C. Pershing Hunter of Mount Kisco chose Hebrews 11:32-40 as test for the scripture lesson. The pas­ toral prayer was offered by the State Bars Park Proposal In Windmill Farm Project A 30-acre proposed park district in the Windmill Farm subdivision was scotched by the State De­ partment of Audit and Control, it was reported Dec. 30 at the North Castle Town Board. State Comptroller Arthur Levitt in a letter to the board, explained that he denied the application be­ cause it was contrary to town law and the \public interest will not be served\ by such a district. The idea of establishing a park district was conceived by a num­ ber of Windmill residents and pre­ sented to the Town board more than nine months ago. It would encompass the acquisition by the subscribing windmill residents of some $150,000 worth of land. Ac­ quisition, maintenace and improve­ ment of the district's residents. On three other matters, three of them hearings, the board delayed action because of the absence of Supervisor James R. Caruso and Councilman Frank Milvaney. The three hearings were to de­ termine whether: 1. the board would amend four sections of the zoning ordinance; 2 the board would grant author­ ity to the architectural board of review to officially approve or deny plans; 3. award bids for a sedan and a tractor for the highway depart­ ment and fuel heating oil and lub­ ricants for town building and veh­ icles. The board opened the bids and deferred action. Councilman Walt- er Wohlfeil explain e d that in ex­ ecutive session before the meeting the three board members agreed to defer action because 40 per cent of their ranks were absent. On request of the attorney for Lawrence Labriola, the hearing on his rezoning his property on Route 22 south of the business district was deferred until Jan. 22. Hearings Adjourned The other hearings were adjourn­ ed until Jan. 8. A letter from the State Depart­ ment of Public Works asked for a meeting between state and town officials to determine whether the Handelman's shopping center on Reservoir Road will affect traf­ fic on Route 22. The state suggest­ ed the meeting before a building permit be issued. Councilman debated this one for about 10 minutes and decided that a meeting among town, state and county officials for Jan. 21 would be in order. However, they neglect ed to mention at the meeting that the building permit has been is­ sued. Councilmen lapsed into a rauc­ ous debate on whether the trees at the corner of Maple Avenue and Route 22 were a hazard to traffic Some wer* cutting them and others for \sparing that tree.\ Mr. Wohlfeil adjourned proceed­ ings with the refrain that \fools like us can make amendments but only God can make a tree.\ FIREHOUSE PLAN ADOPTED TARRYTOWN - The Village Board adopted Dec. 30 a $290, 000 proposition for a new fire- house for two volunteer compan­ ies now housed in rented quar­ ters. The trustees set Jan. 27 as the date for a taxpayer referend­ um on the bond issue. Proposed site is the corner of Wildey and Washington Sts. A.building there is now owned by a welfare agen­ cy. Purchase negotiations are un­ der way. Rev. John Cartmell, Bedford Pres­ byterian pastor. . , The Rev. Arthur Bloom, pastor of Bedford Hills Methodist Church, and the Rev. Verner R. Matthews, pastor of the Antipch Baptist Church, were co-chairmen of the committee that planned the cen­ tennial observance. The Rev. Mat­ thews opened the service with in­ vocation and the Rev. Bloom brought it to a close by pronounc­ ing benediction. \ The Rev. Pearson chose \The Perserving God\ as his sermon topic. He referred to the \One­ ness\ of Protestantism, noting that clergymen of three denominations joined to serve the community's first church a century aga \Then\ he added, \we foolish Methodists let the Baptists and Presbyteri­ ans get away.\ Church Will Endure The guest preacher noted that dire predictions are frequently made about the church's future but, he assured the congregation, \God's household will endure\ de­ spite all trials and tribulations churches encounter. The Bedford Hills Methodist choir provided music for the serv­ ice. Original plans called for that YOU'LL FIND IT IS WELL^ WORTH YOUR. WHILE TO MODERNIZE YOUR K DOMICILE Soond Conditioning...the new comfort for up-to-date homes YOU CAN MUFFLE GAME ROOM RACKET INSTALL If YOURMLF You cm \do-lt-younelf\ with Cuihiontone. Iff tuy to nail or cement. Ask ui today how you can save money by installing Cuahiontona younelf. You can quiet shouting children and blaring TV in your recreation room without spoiling the youngsters' fun. An acoustical ceiling of Armstrong Cushiontone* soaks up sound before it becomes racket You'll find a quiet gams room is an inexpensive com­ fort you'll really appreciate. With Cushiontone, you can quiet a 14' z 16' room for less than $50. Stop in today for the full story. 6\ » 1 • - YOUKGirHAlSTEAD, LUMBER BMIUMNa KATERLV^Ugr /i MIULWORK FAINTS • • LAVVN & GARDEN SRIpPUES I Bird Count To Be Given At Meeting The annual member participa tion night of the Bedford Audubon Society will be held tomorrow ev­ ening in the Bedford Hills Com­ munity House at S:30 o'clock. Results of that part of the Na tional Audubon Christmas Count in which the Bedford chapter took part as well as Bedford's own count of mammals and birds will be reported by Ralph Odell Jr., field trip chairman. Mr. Odell has saia that the response of the mem bers in sending in counts of their feeding stations and the number of observers in the field is great er this year than ever before. The number of individual birds and thp species seen has exceeded all expectation. It will be interesting to compare .results for this year with previous counts. Nicholas Shoumatoff plans to show pictures of the Cape May trip of the society in October, These will probably show the cat­ tle egret which was seen by the group at that time. Other members will contribute exhibits and pictures. This tradi­ tional member night has proved interesting in the past and both members and the public are, urged o attend. choir to unite with the Antioch Baptist Church choir but the lat­ ter group asked to be excused in view of the fact its director, Law­ rence K. Brown, had died only J day earlier as the result of injur­ ies received in art auto accident at Valhalla. PARKING BAN STANDS OSSINING — Enforcement of the Town of Ossining's ban on overnight • parking during the Win­ ter cannot be waived for some homes with \difficult\ driveways, a Tappan Gardens resident will be informed. Mrs. Edward F. Sul livan of 17 Leawood Dr., wrote the town board suggesting that one - side parking be permitted there, because driveways slan \extremely\ on both sides of the road. A number of residents of the development received tickets aft­ er a snowstorm early last month, and then they appealed in a group before Justice of the Peace Terence J. Smyth, he suspended sentence and suggested'they ask the town board for relief. Mrs Sullivan then wrote the Board. In Co-operation,with the Lamb Growers of the United States, this week First National Stores are Featuring Lamb - Well Trimmed, Meaty and Flavorful - Cut Ffbm Young Tender Lamb Here's a Wise Resolution for '59 SHOP FIRST NATIONAL! ...AND SAVE! 3 Alarms u Sounded For Nursery Fire T&rge #re departments were g&pojjj^beSSgly on the .afternoon Jan. 6 when fire gutted the interior of a small frame struc­ ture on Gleason Nursery proper- • off Green Lane in Bedford Hills. The firs-, alarm, sounded at !:47 p.m., brought Bedford Hills volunteers to the scene and twelve minutes 1 later Mount *Kisco Mutual Engine & Hose Co. sent men and apparatus to the fire. At 1:10 p.m Katonah Fire repartment was summoned. Firemen, working iir freezing temperatures and buffeted by strong winds, brought the blaze under control before it could en­ gulf the house; spread to tower­ ing pine trees and endanger the entire Green Lane region. The fire was confined to the interior of the house which damaged by 7 both fire and water. Town of Bedford Deputy Fire Inspector George Sarles was at the scene. He said the house is owned by John Gleason and occu­ pied by Leonard Dyer and family The deputy fire inspector said the tenant and landlord had been try­ ing to thaw frozen pipes when the fire started. Plan Board Gets Yorktown P.O. Question The Town Board on Dec 30 left it up to the Planning Board to de­ cide if property owned by Theo­ dore Meurer should be changed from residential to commercial zoning to allow the construction of a newj)ost office. A rezoning application submitted by Meurer probably will be acted on by the Planning Board at its next regular meeting Jan. 9. The property that Meurer asked to be rezoned is opposite the York- town High School. The post office has an option on Meurer's property but the land must be re- zoned for business before it can locate there. The proposed building would cost about $43,000 and would be twice the size of the post office now in use. It would be 82x65 feet and have 1,440 square feet of floor space. Kisco Chapter OES To Instal Officers 1 Kisco Chapter Order of the East­ ern Star will hold their installa­ tion ot officers in the Masonic Temple on Wednesday evening Jan. 14 at 8 p.m. John C. Gerst- ne* will preside as the installing officer, he will be assisted by Mrs Carrier Gerstner, and Fred Krat- zer. The following officers having been elected will be installed: Ca­ roline Eglit, matron. Charles •Par- telow, patron. Anna Carpenter, as­ sociate matron,. Dorothy Wyatt conductress, Lillian Greenbaum associate conductress. Mildred El­ lis, secretary and Lee Amundsen treasurer A buffet-supper will be served after, the meeting.. . 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