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The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York • 2

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The Daily Itemi
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Port Chester, New York
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HARRISON fc THE DAILY REM POST CHESTER TUESDAY 1ARCH 1948 AYE-rHARRISOIf PAGE TWO nil Harrison Veteran Receives Data On Homesteading In The West Schmidt Blames Labor Unrest On Politicians 48s "Go West young so advised Horace Greeley after tha Clvil War and Allan Ever-ard of Harrison wholew over Europe- as a sergeant with the 718th Bombing Squadron Intends to follow Mr advlca and take advantage of the provl-slonse of the Homestead Act The Harriaon veteran applied to the Harriaon Veterans Service Agency asking for veterans' preference -information about tha Homestead Act- according to Henry Swock secretary of the Service Agency in hb February report Bt answer to the veteran's questions Mr Swock pointed out that under the terms of the Act 160 acres of land available for homesteading for any American citizen who willing to live on the land for three years and halt For veterans who have 'served more than two yean in service the three year requlrecmnt reduced to one year At prosetat Everard haa not decided whether be ready to taka UP a homestead in tha West However ha certain that It the West -hs wants and not Alaska Wife Would Ge Overseas The -homesteading- veteran not the only one who wants to travel according to Mr Swudc who haa Just filed hb repot with the Town Board The' wife of Harrison serviceman wants to Join her husband overseas under terms of an Act of Congress which permits wives of men who are in the first four grades of non-commls-siooed officers to-Join their hus- The woman whose name 1 has not been divulged hy the Agency ta applying for a permit to go Commenting on the fact that six veterans have unsuccessfully applied to the Agency for housing In the Town Mr £wodc says "Housing? Wen hear about It These people an still looking for rooms -fir we' haven't been PRESIDENT AND CHURCHILL -Winston Churchill former British prime minister and President Harry Truman wave from the President's special train as they leave Washington if for Fulton Mo where Churchill win apeak at Westminster College In the background Brig Gen Harry Vaughan the Resident's military aide (AP Wlrephoto) Union Sendees To Be Feature OfLeiitSeagoii Union Lenten eetvtas wUI be held fey Proteetant Churched in Harriaon and Rye during the Lenten aeaeon it wafe announced today Special aervicee will also he held by Catholic churchea during Lent Beginning tomorrow nth Wednesday at 8 at All SalnU' Church Harriaon a devotional service followed hy a religious movie will be held each Wednesday evening alternating at" All Saints' Church and at the Harrison Presbyterian Church The Child of Bethlehem" will he shown tomorrow la Thy Neighbor?" on March 13 again at Ail Saints': "The Man of Faith" on March 20 Prodigal on March 27 both at Harriaon Presbyterian Church: Jnto Faith" on April 3 at All Saints' and 'No Greater Power" on 'April 10 at Presbyterian" ChurcK are produced by theCathedral Films of Hollywood The religious message will be given through the mntics instead of a sermon The Rev George Keith rector of All and the Rev Arthur paator of Harriaon Presbyterian Church will conduct the services Tomorrow at lV AM- an Ash Wednesday Holy Communion service Will be held nl All Salnta Church During Communion service win he conducted each Tuesday morning also at 10 o'clock Following the service the Ladies' Guild of the Church will meet at Mac-Naught House for sewing book study and Lenten luncheons Day Of Prayer Net In Rye thh World Day of Prayer on Friday will open the Lenten observances In an allday program at the Rye Presbyterian Church the Rev Joseph Sizoo pastor of the Collegiate Church of St Nicholas in New York and Mrs Junior Avers prominent layman of Mount Vernon will be among the For The Finest STEAKS CHOPS" SEAFOOD OYSTER BAR 0De lie Ions Luncheons 0 Full Coarse Dinners CHOP HOUSE 58 Westchester Avenue Pert Cheater speakers The program opens at 11:30 A- On Tuesday March 26 the flrst of three Joint Union Lenten services each at 8:19 will be held at Christ's Church with the Rev Ralph'S Meadoweroft rector of All Angels' Church New York as guest speaker The second union service on April 2 at the Rye Presbyterian Church will have the Rev Paul Barackman pastor of Bedford Central Presbyterian Church in Brooklyn as guest preachers Bishop bvlted Bishop Bromley Oxnan president of the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ has been invited to speak at the final Union Service on April 9 at tho Rye Methodist Church At 11 A tomorrow's Holy Communion service will bo conducted at and 8 the regular Monday services in lh perpetual novena to Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception will continue Every Sunday at SP during Lent there will be a question box with Rosary and Benediction Mas -will- ba said every morning of Lent at 7 o'clock and A o'clock the' Rev John McGowan pastor Sri-nounced Blessing of ashes will take place before the 7 A Man and ashes will be distributed after the 7 and 8 Masses and again at services at 3 and 8 At the Church of St Gregory the Great in Harrison the Blessing of Ashes will be held before the 7 A' Mass and ashes wUI be distributed after the 8 Masses and at 3:30 and after the Lenten devotion at 8 PM tomorrow The Rev Francis McGlynn pastor of the Holy Ghost Fathers Church in Norwalk Conn will give the sermon Father McGlynn wiU give a Lenten sermon Mch Wednesday at 8 31 Each Friday during Lent stations of the Cross will be -held nt 3:19 PM for children and again at 8 PM for adulta Erring Drivfcrs Pay $40 Fines In Rye Charges of speeding improper parking driving an unregistered vehicle brought a total of 940 In fines levied last night by Judge Richard Barber in By City Court Yeoman fife Douglas Johnston 19 of 50 Orchard Lane Rye was fined $19 on charges of speeding at 90 miles per hour along Midland Avenue Rye Thomas Watkins 35 of Le Grands Avenue Greenwich was fined on two charges $10 for driving an unregistered vehicle and $5 for puking without lights and William Slngelton 48 of 144 Maple Avenue Rye was fined $9 for parking without lights GETS FIVE DAYS Alexander Green 46 laborer from the Kane Industrial Camp Midland Avenue in Rye was sentenced to five days in the County Penitentiary by Judge Richard Barber in Rye Court last night on a charge of public intoxication Green whs arrested late Saturday night after he annoyed people by ringing doorbells and insisting he waa lost BUY VICTORY BONDS! 2 need wu as raw soon or nets prowptly sad sfletanUy Katw am andante laity i CAPITOL RADIO MS WaWMle Afaaa Tat fw4 MUSIC for TOMORROW WFAS -1 230 on your radio dial 300 Observe Harrison OES Deputy Night The annual District Deputy Night of the Harriaon Chapter 789 OES wee observed by nearly 300 persons last night Including 70- past and present officers of the Westchester District who escorted their Grand Matron Mrs Sadies A Grsble and Grand Lecturer Edward Spooner in ceremonies at the Memorial Building In a brief addreia Mrs Grable urged the group to "widen your friendships share your constructive ideas be neighborly and love the best In others as well as give the best of Mrs Grable waa presented to Chapter Matron lifrs Joseph Go iff hy Mrs EstHenFAleasandro past Matron-aqd Mr Spooner to Patron George Davids by Ed-Vard Bouton past assistant grand lecturer of the Second Westchester-Districtr--4 Songs were sung by JohnPetl-grew Larchmont baritone accompanied by Arthur Gifford Sr of Mamaroneck Among the guests were Mrs Elberta Cooper Mrs Esther Stegman Mbs Lizzie Lambert all past district deputies of the Westehester district Among the past matrons and patrons of the Chapter who were honored were Mrs Edward Bouton Mrs' Jack Matson Mrs Georgs Geller Mrs Christian Sehue Mrs Basil E' Brtdnei Mrs-George Davids Mrs George Bennett Mrs DAISssan-dro Mrs Arthur Gifford ami Mrs Fred Langworthy Harrison library Has Story Hours Story hours in the Harrison Library will be held every Saturday morning- during March from Id A until noon under the direction of Mbs Cecelia Tlrella student of education at New York University it was announced today Designed for children from four to 12 yean of age tha program waa begun Saturday when Mbs Tirella read The Snow Before Christmas and Byriap to tha youngest children in the group end folk stories and fables to the older children 8HOTS JUST BACKFIRES Mrs Roy Titus of Winfield Street Harrison ropoted to police at 5:26 o'clock thb morning that site was awakened by the sound of what she thought was three shots from the' direction of lower Winfield -or Mamaroneck Avenues Patrolman Richard Hunt and Edward Lind reported the were from a backfiring caroll Mamaroneck Avenue Quality Meati Theodore Fremd St Tali Hr US DOMTS1 I I Overstaffed Chair 1950 I Living 59-50! I Inrindlng Material wan oa xaa: i wotrsonrs I BMaUtaM la bVL WiNa kaa I 281 HugnsMt St New ReetaOe 1 1 New Rochelle 2-7641 Custom Built REUPHOLSTERING Expertly Styled SLIP-COVERS -PHONE PC 1094 PORT CHESTER Upholstery Co 74 Westchester Ave -f rr 2nm aide to get anything for Seek Xkalnlng The-report shorn most of the 22 veterans who applied to the Agency during February wanted training under the BUI for work in the building trades As a service to veterans the Agency which will taka up new offices in th Town House about' March 15 -haa made arrangements to acquire sugar-for veterans who left for service without obtaining rationing books pr for veterans who have lost thqlr rationing books The Agency now has ration applications at its headquarters 281 Harrison addition to normal deminds for sugar one veteran neadad additional sugar to help him battle yellow jaundice whim he contracted overseas Tha Agency got him hb sugar on a phy- order tha repost also showed The report Includes a total of more than 160 casts in which the Agency aided veterans- during February SDL TO Fremont Council 8L Sons and' Daughters of Liberty will meet tomorrow at In the home of Mrs Charles Barlach at -60 Holland Avenue Harrison' Mrs Albert Schmid counsellor of the group will preside LIONS TO MEET The Harrison Chib will-gatherofor Its regular masting In Patio RisoU Harrison' tomorrow at 6 ASTXUlUHm' Gas on Stomach Refined fag Bnnearlaa Saaaa Ifaiwhabs Me Mw Aw th Sy OHU -Mare urs wauT-wraa wsms LsUta aota ihwtia Sin wras sss4 a lanynakw Daaaa Ml Oeynm SOLD! through this want ad Boy's Bicycle ae Mw CaU Fort comparatively tiny group should control tho Uvea of million through strikes "and If they can it's because politicians courageous enough or smart enough to control labor Godfrey Schmidt former deputy commissioner of labor In New York Jut night declared In an address to tho St Monica's Mothers Club at Resur-reetkm Stgtqpl Ry "Although management and labor matured enough or disciplined themselves enough to act for the public good neither is there labor legislation Mr Schmidt pointed out He conceded that almost suicide for any politician to institute labor legislation since it goes against the rank and -Only Haw Of Fallnras i There are" adequate remedies without recourse to strikes" said Mr Schmidt who ia now professor of constitutional and labor law at Fordhim University- Law School In addition to his private law practice "It ia only common to arbitrate Howsvtr thousand! of contracts are concluded successfully between labor and management but the public only hears about the ha add- fda "At present striking end picketing is considered as a legitimate method of free speech and there no state law that can sllminate it" Mr Schmidt told tho group "But men today know that eventually there be legislation covering strike" Mr Schmidt aim spoke of sorns of tho absurd motivations for strikes and of the difficulties faced by managements when two powerful unions tug among their workers Mrs John Quinn who presided over a brief business meeting announced that three benefits will be held during March April and Jiine Proceeds will be donated to the school Tho first on March 28 will be a bridge luncheon at the home of Mrs Han Water-son Harrison with Mrs Paul Hassett as chairman KiwanisTold OfRCWork American Bad Ooss aid on D-Day and on European battlefield! waa described by Lieut Got George Shine of Tuckahoe to members of the Rye Kiwinis Club at the Rya A last night Col Shine the possessor of five battle stars- plus American and French decorations told of the hugh caliber of men and women who served oversets with the Red Cross and how effsctlvely they served as a liaison between the armed services and home A March of Time film showing tho work which must bt done by tho Rad Crow in 1948 and Rad Cross newsreel was exhibited by Sgt Miles JL Clrco of White Plains Phillips of South Paris Me was guest of the chib New Rochelle Pair Receive War Awards NEW Bronra Star award for meritorious service has been made to TSgt Henry Gannon Jr and Rad Chose Field Director Robert Schmitt both of New Rochelle Award to Gannon waa far unloading and setting up an ammunition dump at Pansy during two years of service in the Pacific Schmitt waa honored far work In establishing a rest camp at Cter-veaux Luxembourg "BEST 8 A CO 13 Are Accepted By Presbyterians Thirteen hew members were accepted into the Rye Presbyterian Church Sunday morning at the 11 Holy Communion services it was announced today The new- members are Albert (Bates- III Mr and Mrs Albert' Bates Jr Mr and Mrs Frederick A Fielder Mr and Mrs Herbert Stevens Miss Beverly Orr Melvin Raub Miss Myra Lou Raub Mr and Mis Allen -Smith and Edward Stratton Following the reception in the Church a social reception took place in the Guild Room of the Church During the Sunday School meeting a Young Peoples Worship Service took-place Edward Richards Jr read the Scripture lesson the prayer was given by Miss Nanqr Raub The speaker at the Young Peoples' Worship service was Mrs Gustav Luckhardt author Of children's Bible books Officiating at the service were the Rev Dr John Gregory pastor of the Church and Marshall Haux 4000 Played At Rec Center More than 4000 bays and girls used the Harrison Recreation Center during February In the Recreation Commission program which Included a Valentine- Day party games contests and basketball leagues according to the February report of the 'Recreation Commission Basketball league games at the Center take place on Mondays at 3:19 -P and at 7:30 Tuesdays at 3:15 Thursdays 3:15 and at 7:30 and Saturdays at 1 and 7:30 Recreation faculties are opened to women on "Ladles Wednesday In the Recreation Samee contest series the winners far the games played at the Center Friday were: Michael Piano Anthony Fraioli and Samuel Freeman Cube Leonard Spinoz-m Joseph Munishl and Richard Reale midgets Walter Furman Frtnk Rose and Ralph ForlanO lieutenant Juniors Joseph Fraioli Anthony Jlasso and John Sposato Juntos and Joseph Ruto Clifton Buckley and Thomas Protano intermediates Guest Houses Help Solve Home Problem CHAPPAQUA Two teachers In Horace Greeley School had their housing problems solved recently Paul Herrington and Charles Mas-tenon rented i guest houses on Chappaqua eatateq when their owners heard the men were homeless Masterson who commuted from Brooklyn to Chappaqua every school day moving Into the fiekbtone cottage on the estate of Ralph Walker architect Roaring Brook Road The Cottage overlooks a waterfall and Reader's Digest building across a valley Herrington found hb home in a cottage on the William Price estate Roaring Brook Road' Canned Goods Pushed Every organization In Harrison haa'been 'asked to aH in directing the campaign1' In the Town to coK lect canned goods for Europe Representatives of the argaiVza-ttaia wiU meet in the Town House Thursday at 8 to arrange the campaign At present a Town -wide party the Memorial Building planned for April 6 with admission to be in canned goods-In addition to the Town party a children's matinee at 11 A on March 16 planned Local canned goods receptacles with posters by hlgh school pu-plb and Girl Scouts are contemplated' by the Women's Club of Harrison' which the sponsor of the canned goods campaign Fish Cookery To Be Described Fish' cookery -for the Lenten season will be featured in the Red Oots cooking course which begins tomorrow from 9:30 to 11:30 A in the kitchen of the Rye Presbyterian Church it was am nounced today by Mrs liber Fer-Irs instructor' About 17 have' enrolled In the course which similar to one given last year and more are expected tt enroll before the clan commences Mrs Ferrb stated that 25 could be taught at each session Students wUI receive a certificate upon completion of the Ifittmi Abo featured will be special favorite dishes for veterans which are both nutritional and easy for the young war brkU to prepare CUTS FACE IN FALL Fidal brubes and cuts were sustained by George Christman 68 of 29VI Beck' Avenue Rye shortly after 3 Saturday when he fell in front of 839 Midland Avenue Rye He was taken to United Hospital fay Andrew Deck of 29 Bede Avenue 'for treatment before returning jiome Do YOU suffer from UEBTOUSTEIISIOH eatCMMMyraftlMwdH Bissau functional wwntMy dla-tjjmjwss Biaka you auOar snmp Compound to rsUara audi irmptoma Ikfcaa tbraous ttw -month Compound halpa build up ra--rnp FOB SALE 3 -FAMILY HOUSE $11800 ncUcal (aaSltlaa If Bath laaama fatal flSSM par NO Oa Stall las CJPAGANO UK Hint mm BT Port Chaster 1128 a assn vou urn to wrae iwnaa a at wsai mun sate wras ns a SOB( Mn it ttt WaaSanr raosea Jkk On rnaa S' KUMU JIWS af tha mm sum or mao wni Uisuiie i a I Law Ihw lows TtawNa One a Mn Sum Oh MW Kateut HOjW nuo too xxow-wras ms-i 1 'r Fitted lines are especially good -this spring so a greater demand than ever for this famous young reefer Faultlessly tailored in Lewispun our exclusive virgin wool tweed soft beautifully colored and very long oh wear Sizes 10 to 20 in navy black Sandringham gray or rose beige 7 7 4995" CASH FOR NYLONS Can Be Obtained By Selling Not Needed Articles SOLD! THROUGH THU WANT AD S-Fe iluNPORCH or Tame UC aimnoDC Stadia Conch and foU stw bad (cooplate) CnU Fort Cbaitw HOME OWNERS APARTMENT OWNERS MANAGING AGENTS THROUGH THIS ANT AD RUGS drapfc cwtaias china chaat radio ai broUar foil 6e and clubs chain dtahw ndacat aitwas 485 Wntctatw An TW UUU Mad and phone ordeS'fiHei Postage prepaid everywhere intheUS SHELL OIL COMPANY INCORPO-' RATED is endeavoring td assist its employees in locating permanent Gving quarters Many of them are returned veterans' All are highly responsible individuals If you have a house or apartment for rent for- nished or unfurnished we will appreciate your phoning Circle 6-2000 Extension 438 BEST fWchaw Unit ys Ml SHELL OIL COMPANY INCORPORATED 50JVest50ih Street New York 20 NY For Similar Besnlts a Jnst CnU PORT CHESTER 1300 Want Ad Result Number Rsg Pah Off 1.

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