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18 North Wesfefiester Times, Mt. Kisco, N. Y., May 7, 1959 Science Medalists # Honored at Luncheon New Castle Tribune, CKappaqua, N.Y., Thurs.; May 7, 1959 RETIRING CHAIRMAN of the medical board of Westchester Planned Parenthood, Dr. Robert S. McKittrick of Yonkers, left, discrsses the county program with Mrs. Frank W. Gratz of Pelham Manor, chairman of the county group; Dr. Alan F. Gutt- macher of New York, chairman of the medical committee of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, am' Dr. Laurence B. Felmus of New Rochelle, right, newly elected chairman of the Westchester medical board. The group is shown last night at West- now you can own a fabulous '59 DODGE CORONET for as little as models of the low-priced three! See your local dependable Dodge Dealer right away and get an INSURED TRADE-IN DEAL on your present car! ON MOTHER'S DAY Take Mother and the Whole Family to Dinner at Ucd iToach tfrill open from 12 Noon CROSS COUNTY CENTER YONKERS, N. Y. Telephone YOnkers 3-4335 Make your reservations now Chester Medical Society head­ quarters, Purchase, when a din­ ner honored members of the physicians advisory boards of the four Planned Parenthood centers in Westchester. Dr. Guttmacher obstetrician and gynecologist, was guest speaker—Staff Photo by Al Carlino CROSWELL BOWEN of Spruce La., Chappaqua, author of \Great River of the Mountains: The Hudson,\ \They Went Wrong,\ and \The Elegant Oak- ey,\ has written a nee book which is scheduled for publica­ tion on May 14 by McGraw- Hill Book Co, Inc. His new book, \The Curse of the Mis­ begotten,\ probes into the strange tragedies which haunted the famous playwright Eugene O'Neill and his family. Much of the material in the book has been provided by Mr. O'Neill's son Shane. Mr. Bowen, a former newspaper reporter, has been a frequent contributor to the New Yorker, Harper's. Town and Country, Cosmopolitan, and oth- e- magazines. Indonesia, formerly known as the Netherlands East Indies, is the world's largest archipelago. NEW YORK - All senior di­ vision medal winners in the fourth Westchester Science Fair, and their science advisers, were honored Tuesday at a luncheon g iv e n in the Gould Student Center of New York University, University Heights. The Macy-Westchester Newspa­ pers and NYU were hosts at the luncheon. They are cosponsors of the fair which was held April 23 and 24 %t the County Center, White Plains, and attracted over 22,000 visitors. The two senior champions, both gold medal winners, Blair Savage of White Plains High School, and Elaine Joy Baskin of Lincoln High School, Yonkers, were among yes­ terday's guests as were their re­ spective advisers, John Wilson of White Plains and Joseph Schleimer of Yonkers, who will make the trip with them to the National Science Fair in Hartford, Conn., next week. Another guest was Lt. Robert C. Pallme of Bronxville, representing, the U.S. Navy Science Cruiser; Award Committee. The Navy award went to Robert Benjamin of Yonkers High School whose sci­ ence adviser is James Lum. The medal winners were urged by the speaker, Dr. Paul R. Gross, associate professor of biology, \to continue their efforts and persis­ tence to amplify their dreams in their future. \This he continued, \cannot help but to produce not merely good technicians but rich and broadly based personalities.\ Mental Processes Similar \Although motivation in the use­ ful arts differs from that in the fine arts, the intellectual and men­ tal processes involved in both are similar. This is especially true for great work. Likewise, the motiva­ tions for work in the pure sci­ ences and in technology or applied science differ, but the intellectual and creative processes involved in both are similar. \The processes whereby the dis­ ciplined minds and trained hands produce great science and great art are very closely linked. Al­ though scientific work involves more extended use of reason than some paetry and painting, and al­ though its motivation differs slightly from that of scholarship in some of the universities, the similarities are far more signifi cant. Thus, the informed, well-dis­ ciplined mind is necessary to arts and sciences, and excellence in both arises from the same neces sity; to explore and understand the universe without and within man and widen the area of awareness, and to answer the eternal ques­ tions, how and why.\ Hughes Compliments Winners Edward J. Hughes, vice presi ent and editorial director of Westchester County Publishers Inc., complimented the medal win ners and their advisers, for out­ standing accomplishment in the field of science. Hughes also spoke of the news­ papers' appreciation of the con- The Negrito girls of the Philip­ pine islands carry perfume on their ears. Bicycles Schwinn Columbia Rudge New & Used—All Sizes Repairs on All Makes • KEYS MADE MARINELLI'S 209 E. Main St. MO Kisco 6-8331 Clothing The Old Colony Shop of Chappaqna \Stylings in Clothing for Women and Children\ King St. CH 1-0791 Funeral Homes BEECHER Funeral Homes ROger 9-0001 TfIBFMONI *.4»4t )•! f AST MAIN St. MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. Oelker & Cox Air Conditioned F,uneral Home MS, EAST MAIN STREET MOunt Kisco 6-6891 Hardware IT'S GARDEN TIME Check Your Needs Grass Seed - Garden Seed - Garden Tools Fertilizers - Hose Spreaders The Greeley Country Store, Inc. So. Greeley Ave. CHappaqua 1-0099-1199 Moving & Storage G. MARSHALL Agent Packing • Crating • Shipping United Van Lines, Inc. Van & Storage Co. Inc. Tola:Mt. Kisco 6-S388 ROger 9-0180 —Local & Long Distance— Harmon • Orotuo Rt. 9 OR 1-8700 Opens 7il5 — Starts at Dusk VAN HEFLIN SILVANA MANGANO Pharmacies Everything for the Sickroom from carefully compounded drugs to tbe latest In magazines CADMAN'S PHARMACY Call CHap 1-1000 Television TV-RADIO SERVICE SALES MARINELLI'S 209 Ei Main St. MO 6-8211 \TEMPEST\ In Blazing Technicolor — Plus \Island of Lost Women\ —STARTS SUNDAY AUDREY HEPBURN ANTHONY PERKINS \GREEN MANSIONS\ In Technicolor George Nader \Nowhere To Go\ Free to First ISO Mothers On May 10th . . Beautiful Pearls VICTORIA Ossining Wl 1-6212 Thurs., May 7th Thru TUBS . May 12th Weekday Mat. 1:30 Eve. 7 P.M. Continuous Sat. from 12 Noon Sun. Continuous From 1:30 Walt Disney's SHAGGY DOG' rr Starring Fred MacMurray Jean Hagen Eves Only \FIRST MAN INTO SPACE\ Starts Wed. May 13th Rod Steiger v as \AL CAPONE\ tribution made by New York Uni­ versity of the youth of Westchester, through its four-year cosponsorship of science fairs. Dr. Harry A. Charipper, head of the all-university biology depart­ ment, and chairman of judges for the fair, remarked on the im­ proved quality of the exhibits, the growing evidences of scholarly and serious approach to scientific en­ deavor, and the application of time and effort obvious in the 800 projects entered. \ Miss Katharine A. Salter of NYU, director of the fair, and Miss Eleanor Ney of Westchester County Publishers, associate di­ rector, also praised the efforts of both students and teachers. Miss Salter pointed out that the science advisers honored yester­ day represented not only them­ selves but the many teachers who, in past years, also gave inspira­ tion and learning which enabled the winners to reach their present accomplishment and will drive them on to greater endeavor. Gold, silver and bronze medals were awarded first, second and third prize-winning boys and girls for out standing projects in chem­ istry, mathematics, physical sci­ ences and biology. Dennis Friel Dies In Med ford, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. John Andrews of Ward Avenue, Mount Kisco, re­ turned Thursday afternoon from Medfard, Mass., where they were called the previous Sunday by the death of Mrs. Andrews' brother, Dennis Friel, sixty-one, who had died that day at his home after an illness of five months. Mr. Friel was a native of Scot­ land and had been employed with the Edison Company before he be­ came ill, In addition to Mrs. Andrews, he is survived by his wife Catherine, a son John and daughter Margaret all of the Medford address, and three brothers, William, Patrick and John all of Kirkintilloch Scotland. Bedford Fire District Audit Is Completed BEDFORD HILLS— An examination of the fiscal af­ fairs of the Bedford Hills Fire Dis trict has been completed, it was announced by State Comptroller Arthur Levitt. Copies of the examination re­ ports were available for review by residents at the office of the :own clerk. A copy of the report is also available for inspection at the Department of Audit and Con trol in Albany. CtAM FORD DAvis 4-3156 STAMFORD, CO««. NOW PLAYING SANDRA DEE • DAN O'HERI SUSAN KOHNER * ROBERT -JUANITA MOORE-MAHALIA JACKSON DAILY 1:40-3:10-5:25-7:35-9:50 SIN. 3:40-5:00-7:10-9:23 n DAvis 4-9205 • ^ Ample Parking Stamford, Conn. 3rd HILARIOUS WEEK! —.. - -• —• •<* SHAGGY DOG H0LL0WBR00K \ * * DRIVE-IN .*-•* 11 Oregon Rd. Peelcskill * t-Altolqmi 8 -0600 8 >,9777 Opens 7:13 — Starts at Dusk SUSAN HAYWARD Magnificent Again ... 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Bates Jr. of Briarcliff Man­ or, second from right, is con­ gratulated after her election at the convention Saturday at the Rainbow Restaurant, Ossining. Pictured with her, left to right, are: Miss Geraldine Black, of White Plains, retiring president; Assemblywoman Dorothy Bell Lawrence of Manhattan, guest speaker; and Mrs. Harold D. Mack of Hawthorne, vice chair­ man of the County Republican Committee, who installed the of­ ficers — Staff Photo by James Nevins GIDGET 2:30 7:25 9:25 Sun. thru Tues. May 20-22 CLIFTON WEBB DOROTHY McSUIRE \The Remarkable Mr. Pennypaeker\ Extra Added Attraction— Walt Disney's \SCOTLAND\ 2:30 7:30 9:30 Wed. thru Fri. May 23-25 SOPHIA LOREN ANTHONY QUINN \The Black Orchid\ 2:30 7:25 9:25 ONE OF THE YEAR'S MOST HONEST. AFFECTING AND FINEST DRAMAS!\ —A. H. Wtiltr. Timtt \EXTRAORDINARILY APULTI\ -Arthur KnlgM. Stlunftf /t«rf*» ••ASTONISHING FRANKNESS!... AS THOUGH THE CAMERA WERE AIMED THROUGH A KEYHOLEI\ —Ptul V. Btckliy. 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