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New Castle tribune. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1927-????, May 07, 1959, Image 20

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'ggtf Norffi WesfcKesfer Times, Ml. Ki'seo, N. Y., May 7, 1959 Felmus Heads Advisers for Parent Plan PURCHASE— Dr. Laurence B. Felmus of New Rochelle has been elected chair­ man of the medical board of Westchester Planned Parenthood, it was announced last night at a dinner honoring members of the physicians' advisory boards of the county's four Planned Parenthood centers. The dinner was given at Westchester Medical Society Head­ quarters in the Pforzheimer Me­ morial Building. Dr. Felmus succeeds Dr. Rob- Frank W. Gratz of Pelham Man­ or, chairman of the county or­ ganization, announced that Dr. Henry W. Kaessler of Bronxville has accepted the vice chairman­ ship of the board. Speaker 'was Dr. Alan F. Gutt- macher, obstetrician and gynecol­ ogist in chief to the Mt. Sinai Hos­ pital in New York City, and also chairman of the Medical Com­ mittee of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. His sub­ ject was the possible application of simpler methods of contracep­ tion to planned parenthood cen­ ters. Fifty physicians, their wives and other officers of the Mount Kisco, Mount Vernon, Port Ches­ ter and Yonkers Planned Parent­ hood Centers attended the dinner. NAMED STAMFORD RABBI MOUNT VERNON—Rabbi Sam­ uel M. Silver of Mount Vernon, who since 1952 has been director of public information of the Union of American Hebrew Congrega­ tions, and editor of its magazine \American J»daism.\ has been elected rabbi of Temple Sinai, Stamford, Conn., a Reform con­ gregation founded five years ago. He has been serving there as in­ terim rabbi since November. STEADY JOB and one with a bright future was what Walter Tierney, center, sought when he went to work for James Picker, right, in 1919. That his ambition was realized was proved Monday when' Mr. Tierney, now dis­ trict manager of Picker X-Ray Corp., completed his 40th year with the firm, one of the largest of its kind in the world. Mr. Picker, chairman of the board, and his son, Harvey Picker, president of the firm, are shown congratulating Mr. Tierney at a surprise luncheon held in the company's home office in White Plains. The \surprise\ for the occasion was converted from what was to have been a private luncheon date with the two Pickers, instead Harvey Picker decided that Mr. Tierney's of­ fice force, 130 of them wanted to participate, and that they did. 860 CANS A YEAR The average family in the United States uses 860 tin cans a year. INSURANCE; HERE'S THE WAY TO SOLVE ALL YOUR INSURANCE PROBLEMS Are you puzzled about whether or not you are fully covered, or bewildered by the many premiums that are constantly coming due? Let us show you how one premium, one renewal date, and orje competent agent can take care of ALL your insurance needs to give you, your family, or your home, complete low-cost coverage. Call fot complete information. Do it now! KENS9NG & KENSING Inc. 7 Depot Plaza MOunt Kisco 6-4909 WITH GOOD PAINT AND A COLOR SCHEME, MAKE EVERY ROOM A PERFECT DREAM This spring select your all paint colors from this helpful decorator book... Westchester Entries Rule Jr. Essex Troop Horse Show WEST ORANGE, N. J. (Special) —Westchester exhibitors domi­ nated the record-breaking Junior Essex Troop Horse Show which closed Sunday. They claimed four championships (3 in team competition), six reserve resettes (one team), acquired both the Maclay and Good Hands trophies and both AHSA equitation Medals. Bob Hammell of Port Chester, Lynda Green of White Plains, and Annette Lumia of Croton were major horsemanship winners, and Stratford Farm of Port Chester swept to the stable trophy. Strat­ ford pupils of Victor Hugo-Vidal Jr. accumulated a record 222 ^2 points. Runner-up Hilltop Stable of Jersey had a mere 92. Miss Lumia became eligible for November's national saddle - seat final by winning the Good Hands Trophy. Beth Iffland, from Strat­ ford, also qualified, in PHA Dress­ age Medal competition. The Wil­ ton girl placed ahead of Kathleen Brennan of Mount Kisco, Stratford and Marymount School, Tarry- town. Miss Green, sixteen, WPHAS junior trained by Joe Vanorio at Kenilworth R. C, Harrison, won the saddle-seat championship as well as her second medal of three required to reach the MSG final for a third straight year. She was Good Hands qualifier at Boulder Brook last weekend. HammeU's main conquest was in the modified three-day event, similar to the Olympic test, for the Netherlands championship The PCHS junior, sixteen, won the cup by giving best dressage exhibitions a clean jumping, demonstration and an expert per­ formance in the cross-country test, against time The Port Chester youth also won his first (of 2) Maclay classes and second (of 3) Medals, and was reserve riding champion to Carol Hoffman of West Long Branch. Al so, with the Misses Brennan and Iff land, Hammell helped Strat ford's entry win the Netherlands team title. Linda Black, fifteen, of White Plains placed ahead of Miss Green in the open saddle-seat class, then was reserve champion. They were asked to exchange mounts- Miss Green's Ocean Breeze and Miss Black's Brilliant Lady. Fiore Pupils Win in Rice Horse Show , HUNTINGTON—Riding pupils of Al and Gloria Fiore of Sandlewood Farms, ' Goldens Bridge, won a variety of honors at the Rice fFarms Horse Show Sunday. Cynthia MoClintock annexed the children's working hunter tri-color with Tangerine. Hank Minchin. of Round Hill Stable, Greenwich, Conn., rode Trade Mark to the re­ serve. Phil Bonacorsa Jr., who cap­ tured the AHSA Medal en route, emerged as hunter-seat equitation champion; Margaret Hausman ac­ quired five ribbons and John Mann won the children's hacks blue with Bealzebub. Fiore was handler of Riviera Wonder when the mount, owned by Mann's father, Bernie, won three successive National Horse jumper championships. BITING THE HAND. . CROTON-ON-HUDSON — Waiv­ ing examination recently on a charge of assaulting a driver who offered him a ride last Thursday night. Stephen A. Carpenter, six­ ty-two. of the Albany Post Rd., was remanded to the County Jail. The driver, who picked up Car- enter and his wife on Route 9 was Benedict DiBari, thirty-seven, of 1940 Home Ave., the Bronx. He was released from Phelps Memori­ al Hospital, North Tarrytown, aft­ er treatment for a slash in his back said to have been inflicted during a scuffle with Carpenter. PASTOR REAPPOINTED The Rev. Kenneth E. Hoover, pastor of the Methodist Church of Pleasantville, was appointed to serve a fifth year in the pastor­ ate last. Sunday afternoon at the 160th Annual Session of the New York Conference held in Kingston. N.Y. The appointment was made by Bishop Frederick Buckley New ell. Mental Drive Asks County For $70,600 Seeking to raise $70,000, the Westchester Mental Health Assn.'s Bell Ringers Campaign got under way throughout the county last night. There are 7,288 solicitors work 7 ing to reach the goal, double the amount collected last year, Mrs. Lawrence Brown of White Plains, supervisor, said. Workers will be seeking funds all -month, she added. The month has been designated \Mental Health Month.\ Campaign chairman is Mrs. Daniel Wainer of Yonkers. Last year, some 5,000 volunteers raised $35,000, she said. Funds will be used to support the education program, the alco- halism information center and a proposed mental health clinic to serve Rye, Harrison and Port Chester. New Casfle Tribune, CKappaqua, N.Yn *TKunL t May 7, 195$ . lS'lnch Shrub Stolen From Kisco Property the company's office Someone is landscaping at the expense of the frew York Tele­ phone Co. An official of the coiripany re­ ported to police yesterday than an l&-inch shrub had been dug up and carried off over the Weekend PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES The Rev. J, Richard Hart, as­ sociate minister of the Presbyter­ ian Church, Pleasantville, will preach this Sunday, Mother's Day, on \How Chirstian Faith Builds Happy Homes\ at both the 9:30 and the 11 o'clock services. from Main St The plant is an ilex rbtudifiogia, according to police. As of yet, no one has reported a stray rotudi- fiogia. COMMUTER SERVICE HARMON — New York Central commuters have begun the use of coupon books in place of the customary tickets as a means by which the railroad hopes to study the riding habits of its patrons. The study is being made to determine which trains are used! by various commuters. Use of the familiar tickets that fit in pocket folders' will be resumed in June. 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