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e At 6A Poughkecpsie Journol Monday. May 2. 1988 s ,yy t Area w North East's bicentennial WCHTi Millerton Mayor Jake Shoifet and North East Town Super - Wjbr M8ry Lyman cut the birthday xake during North Easts 20gith Wrthday party Saturday at the We - .Bytuck School LOWER LEFTt Former Town Supervisor Frank Per jQttJL .identifies the "old Millerton" XOWER RIGHTt 6 year old Jpresa Mucciolli entertains the Crowd. JoumelW Jikx Srewy E - - WmaMSKaK bki;JcdJt BIGEN iZNNiALBB aaaaaaaaaaiaalaaaaaaaaA ". VH COMMUNITY , CALENDAR Each Monday, the Journal publishes a list of municipal meetings for theweek in Dutchess County and western Ulster County. MONDAY, MAY 2 BEACON CITY COUNCIL s p rrv. Municipal Building. 427 Mam SI . S3 1 - 0302 CLINTON TOWN PLANNING BOARD 7 30 p m . Town Mall. Centra Road. 266 - 5721 FISHKILL TOWN BOARD 7 30 p m . Town Mali. Bedford Avenue. 890 - 4731 LAGRANGE TOWN ZONING BOARD 8pm, Town Hall, 1 20 Str mgham Road. 452 - 1B30 PAWLING VILLAGE BOARD 7 p.m.. VHiaga Man. 9 Memorial Ave . 85S 1 122 POUGHKEEPSIE CITY COMMON COUNCIL 7pm. Mid Hudaon Library Anna. 105 Market St 431 - 8362 RED HOOK TOWN PLANNING BOARD 7:4S pm.. Town Has, Route 9. 758 - 3581 RED HOOK VILLAGE BOARD 7 30 p m . Village Hal. 24 S. Broadway, 758 - 1081 RHINEBECK TOWN PLANNING BOARD 7 30 p.m.. Iown Hal. Eal Market Street. 878 - 6290 TUESDAY, MAY 3 ARLINGTON SQHOOL BOA.RD 7 30 p m . workehop. Centfel XoWmrwalVe Office. 232 Dutxtose Turnpike, 47 1 - 0089 WEDNESDAY, MAY 4 DUTCHESS COUNTY LEGISLATURE 2 pm,. commmee meetinga. 22 WarVet St.. Bth - tloor Board Cnamoer. Poughketpaie. 431 2020 HYDE. PARK TOWN PLANNING BOARD 7 pm. puNtc hearing. Town Man, Ea Market Street. 229 2103 LAGRANGE TOWN BOARD 730 pm.TownNall 120 Stringriern, Road, 452 - 1830 NORTH EAST TOWN PLANNNQ BOARD 7 30 0 m . Townilall, Maple Avenue. 518 789 3778 RED HOOK TOWN ZONING BOARD 7 45 p m Town Man. Route 9. 758 - 5991 THURSDAY, MAY 5 AMENIA TOWN PLANNING BOARD 8pm. Town Mall, Mecnanic Street. 373 - 9334 BEACON PLANNING BOARD 5 p m . Mum ipai Duilding 427 Main SI . 831 - 2087 BEEKMAN TOWN ZONING BOARD 8pm Town Mall County Road 7. 724 - 5300 DUTCHESSCOUNTY LEGISLATURE 2pm committee meetings. 22 Market St.. 6trvfloor Board Chamber. 431 - 2020 FISHKILL TOWN ZONING BOARD 7 30 p m , Town Mall. Bedford Avenue. 696 - 6733 LAGRANGE PLANNING BOARD a p m Town Mall. 120 Stringham Road. 452 - 1830 Tree crew keeps city green Continued from page 5A make home visits most people change their minds." In place of the Dutch elms killed County's Senior Citizens of the Year honored By Luis Monteagudo Journal ttaff ARLINGTON - Maurice "Joe" Peattie and Helen Nixon never expected any recognition for helping their fellow senior citizens. But Friday, the two got just that, receiving Senior Citizen of the Year' awards from the Dutchess County Association for Senior Citizens Inc. Association President Franklin Hazard announced the awards to a gathering of about 200 people at the group's annual luncheon "Joe is the type who does so many charitable things because he simply enjoys life and likes to share it with people." (Lizard said "Above all, he is a very nice person." Peattie, 70, who lives in the Town of Poughkecpsie, declined to make a speech Hut before accepting the award he credited his wife, Mary, with helping him on lis projects. "If it wasn't for her, Id be lost," he said. Of Nixon, Hazard said the 63 - year - old Wappingers Falls resident has arranged many trips during her nine years of service at the Wappingers Falls center and recently joined the association's board of directors Nixon was not in attendance because she was traveling in Europe Also cited were State Sen Jay IV Holison Jr. and Assemblyman Law rence Bennett, D - 96th District, for their work on behalf of senior citizens. Other awards included plaques to Marie Tarver, director of the county's Community Development Program, and to John Henke, the association's past board president. Posthumous certificates of achievements were awarded to Dorothy Mastroianni and A. Louis Hubin, in whose memory the luncheon was dedicated. . by disease, tree crews planted t300 crab apple trees during the late 1960s. "That's" a touchy subject," Pros - pcro said of the tree that turns sidewalks slick each year wlien its fruit falls to the ground. "We're still getting calls about the crab apple trees," said Martin. The crew is plants its trees with care, taking into consideration power lines, buildings, traffic, cost and requests from neighbors. Prospero has been planting and trimming trees for the city since 1971. His training has come on the job, from forestry seminars and home study courses. On a rainy weekday morning, Prospero and Martin watched over a two - man crew removing a limb from a towering sugar maple on Adrlance Avenue. A 10 - foot - long seption of the limb Obituaries had been hollowed out by a bright red woodpecker searching for wood bores deep in the branch. "It's a full - time job just keeping up with that bird he flies faster than our crews can work" said Prospero. A woman passing by with her dog in tow tells Prospero the woodpecker has recently been heard down the street. The crew will trim hundreds of trees each year and take down another 400 or more. But it's the planting and nurturing of trees that makes the job satisfying, the crew foreman said. "I won't live to see the end of my work," he said of newly planted trees that will grow far into the next century. "There's one sure way to know when you've been on this job for a while, that's when the trees you planted are ready to come down." Peddle it! Vincent Charles Juchnewicz HOPEWELL JUNCTION - Vincent Charles Juchnewicz, 18, a junior at the Arlington High School North Campus, died Friday as the result of an automobile accident in Po'ugh - quag. A lifelong local resident, he was a member of Boy Scouts Troop 77, Poughquag, and the Lutheran Church of Christ the King, Pawling He was born March 13, 1970, in Poughkecpsie, to Vincent and Roberta Bull winkle Juchnewicz. His parents survive in lHopewell Junction. Other survivors include a brother, Richard Juchnewicz of Washington, D.C.; three grandparents. Robert Hullwinkle of Dover Plains, and Mr and Mrs. Joseph Wor of Stormville, and several aunts, uncles and cousins. Calling hours will be from 2 to 4 and 7 to - 9 pm today at the Horn & Thomes Funeral Home, 83 E. Main St., Pawling. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Lutheran Church of Christ the King, Route 22, Pawling. The Rev Arthur Gronbach will officiate Burial will be in the Beekman Cemetery, Poughquag. Memorial donations may be made to the Lutheran Church of Christ the King, Building Fund, Route 22, Pawling, N Y 12564. Michael A. Spoto MILTON Michael A. Spolo. 57, a staff engineer with IBM East Fish - kill, died Sunday at his home after a long illness. A local resident most of his life, he was president Of the Marlboro Youth Baseball, Minor League and a member of the IBM Slow - Pitch .League He served in the U.S. Navy during the Korean conflict. Mr. Spoto was a member of the St. James Roman Catholic Church. Milton. He was born Aug 9. 1930, in New York City, to Nicholas and Lucy Mortellaro Spoto He married Phyllis A. Levy, who survives at home. Other survivors include three sons, Michael S. Spoto and Christopher A. Spoto, both of Montgomery (Orange County), and Gregory M. Spoto at home; two stepsons, Fred E Casey Jr. and Kevin P. Casey, both of Marlboro; four daughters, Deborah Kropp of Gardiner. Kathleen Spoto of Kingston, Stephanie Spolo of Montgomery, and Sandra J Walker of Monroe (Orange County); a brother, Vincent V Spoto of San Jose, Calif , five grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews Mr. Spoto was predeceased by a stepfather, Frank Zambilo. Calling hours will be held from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 today at the Di Donato Funeral Home, Route 9W, Marlboro. A Mass of the Christian Burial will be offered at 10 am. Tuesday at the St. James Roman Catholic Church, ' Milton. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery, Marlboro. Memorial donations may be made to the Marlboro Youth Baseball League, co Stephen Aurigemma Jr., South Road, Marlboro, N.Y. 12542, or the Bishop Dunn Memorial School, Special Education Department, Gid - ney Avenue, Newburgh, N.Y. 12550. Elmer Joseph Sepede VERRANK - Elmer Joseph Sepede, 82, a 38 - year are - a resident, died Saturday at St. Francis Hospital, Town of Poughkecpsie. Mr Sepede had worked for the . Corbctta Construction Company of Poughkecpsie for the past 60 years, as a private chauffer and as a handyman at the Rip Van Winkle House, Poughkecpsie He had previously lived in the Bronx He was a member of the Union Vale Fire Department and the Ver - bank Methodist Church. HO was born Dec 4. 1905, in Philadelphia, to Mr and Mrs Gennerio Sepede. On Jan 26, 1972, in the Town of. Union Vale, he married Lucille (,'on - tessa, who survives at home Other survivors include a son, Elmer Sepede of Las Vegas. Nev , a daughter. Geraldine Tramposch of St Louis, a stepson. Andrew Sterner of Verbank, stepdaughter, Dolorts Trampel of Kalonah (Putnam County), and seven grandchildren Services will be held at 3 30 this afternoon at the Verbank Methodist Church, Verbank Burial will be in the Verbank Cemetery, Verbank. Donations may be made to the Society for the Prevention Ciuejty to Animals, Violet Avenue, Poughkecpsie, NY. 12601. Arrangements are under the direction of the Allen Funeral Home, Franklin Avenue, Millbrook. Barbara E. Anna E. Ratte RHINEBECK - Anna E. Ratte, 89, a homemaker and lifelong resident of Poughkecpsie, died Saturday at the Ferncliff Nursing Home in Rhinebeck. From 1954 to 1964, she was a member of the Dutchess Golf and Country Club. She had also belonged to the St. Francis Hospital Lady's Auxilary, and was a memeber of St. Mary's Catholic Church in the City of Poughkecpsie. Mrs. Ratte was born on March 8, 1899, in Poughkecpsie, to Thomas J. Ratte and Ellen K. Engle Ratte. She was married on June 17, 1925, at St. Mary's Church, to Louis L. Ratte Sr., who died June 8. 1964. Mrs. Ratte is survived by one son, Louis L. Jlatte Jr. and three grandchildren, all of Raleigh, N.C. Calling hours will be from 2 to 4 p.m. from and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the Joseph J. Darrow Sr. Funeral Home Inc., 39 South Hamilton St., Poughkeepsie. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Poughkecpsie. Burial will follow at St. Peter's Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to the American Heart Association or the American Cancer Society. 454 - 2002 William V. Zeyak Kilgour NEWBURGH - William V. Zeyak, 51. a manager with IBM East Fishkill, died Sunday at St Francis Hospital, Town of Poughkeepsie, after a short illness. A Newburgh resident. Mr Zeyak previously had lived for many years in Beacon. He was a charter member of the Beacon Volunteer Ambulance Corps, a member of the IBM Quarter Century Club and the Beacon Lodge of Elks and an exempt member of the Slater Chemical Co., Glenham. Mr. Zeyak was a member of St. Joachim's Roman Catholic Church, Beacon. He was born Dec 1, 1936, in Beacon, to George and Agnes Trojan Zeyak. His mother survives in Beacon. He married Helen Komornik, who also survives. Other survivors include a son, Brian Zeyak of California; a daugh ter, Lisa Sandford o( Beacon; a brother, George F. Zeyak of Beacon; a sister, Dolores Scardcfield of New Hamburg; a grandson; and several nieces and nephews. A brother, Douglas Zeyak, died in 1946. Calling hours will be from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the Hal - vey Funeral Home, 21 Willow St., Beacon. Services will be conducted by the Beacon Volunteer Ambulance Corps at 7:15, and the Beacon Lodge of Elks at 7:30. A Mass of the Christian Burial will be offered at 10 am. Wednesday at St. Joachim's. Roman Catholic Church, 61 Leonard St., Beacon. Burial will be in St. Joachim's Cemetery, Beacon. Memorial donations may be made to the Beacon Volunteer Ambulance Corps, 1 Arquilla Drive, Beacon. N.Y. 12508, or the St. Joachim Church Fund, 61 Leonard St., Beacon, N.Y. 12508. 0or rd vear ADV(TISEMINT NOW HEAR THIS By Vivian L. Purcell NBC HIS. HEARING LOSS CATEGORIES O Wh.it p, - iris of the ear are responsible for he.i'inrj loss7 A fJ.ii.1'. ,nly. there aru two types of liF - .inrv; tovi - Sensorineural and Conductive Sensorineural (nerve) loss occurs in the iiir.i - r ear and is by far the mrv.l ciriimo(. lorm of hearing im - pciirment Gtinjery or medication do not commonly help those with this ty.e of lov.. Hearing aids often (.im provide effective in - provemeiil loi lhoi.e afflicted with ttus tye of Inf.', Conductive loss usually occurs in the middle ear sometimes as the result of iniuiy. impacted earwax. Or hone deterioration Medical or surrjical techniques often bring improvement Hearing aids also m,iy ht - ip iri some cases MID - HUDSON HEARING AID 4 Raymond Ave., Pough. 471 - 3490 48 Main St., Kingston 339 - 5454 Albert 'Pete' Simmons RHINEBECK - Albert "Pete" Simmons, 72, a lifelong Rhinebeck resident, died Saturday pt his Oak 'Street home after a long illness Mr. Simmons .had been employed at the Estate l C.E. Sipperley Plumbing, Rhinebeck, from 1940 until his retirement in 1978. He was a longtime member of the Rhinebeck Fire Co. He was born May 23, 1915, in Rhinebeck, to William and Ada - Wheeler. '0n Nov. 7. 1980, in Rhinebeck, he r In Momorlam JURNER. In Loving memory of Eliza. - ' both L. turner who passed away May 2, 1982. We love you and miss you very much. T6ur loving family. married Eunice Feller Seaton, who survives at home. Other survivors include a sister, Laura Wager of Rhinebeck; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Calling hours will be from 2 to 4 and i to 9 p m today at the Dapson Funeral Home, 65 W. Market Sty Rhinebeck. Services will be held at 2 'p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home The Rev. John Koppenaal will officiate H Burial will be in the Rhinebeck Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to the American Capcer Society, Dutchess County Unit, Hope Lodge, Vas - sar Brothers Hospital, Reade Place, Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 12601, or the Rhinebeck Fire Co.. Rhinebeck, N.Y. 12572. RED HOOK - Barbara E Kilgour, 82, a former longtime South' Broadway resident, died Sunday at the Columbia - Greene Medical Center, Hudson. She was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Red Hook. She was born March 20, 1906, in Red Hook, to Charles and Grace Schlcgel. Her husband. James D Kilgour Sr., died October 1961 Survivors include three sons, James D. Kilgour Jr. of Red Hook, Robert A. Kilgour of Craryville (Columbia County), and Glenn B. Kl - gogr of Germantown, Tenrt.; a brother, Malcolm TeAbroeck of East Park; eight grandchildren; four great - grandchildren, and a niece and a nephew There will be no calling hours. A memorial service will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Burnett, Rockefeller & Hand Funeral Home, 30 S Broadway, Red Hook Burial will be in St. Paul's Lutheran Cemetery, Red Hook. Memorial donations may be made to the Red Hook Fire Co., Red Hook, N.Y. 12571. Yes! You May hear well again with the Nuear Sound Sorter. 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