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The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York • 2

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Port Chester, New York
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-v' The Daffy Itam Fort Chaffer Y-Mmi May 111 fM -RYE Estate Superintendent Honored By Garden Club James Jack superintendent of the Joseph De Fin estate ta Rye and Harrison waa awarded a i certificate of merit yesterday by Tyler executive secretary of the National Tulip Society in the tulip garden! of the De-Ftaa eetate "Brookeide" The presentation was mads in fire presence of about 60 members ot the Westchester Garden Chib and their families who brought boa luncheons when they came to view the 5000 tulips In bloom Police Check 3 Complaints Three complaints were registered with Rye police during the weekend Mrs Samuel Siwek of Kirby Lane reported Saturday that a man drove his Jeep at high peed through her property from Mamusing Way Police were unable to locate him Barnett Pglik of 123 Sound-view Avenue complained that someone damaged Ms tulip beds Saturday night A complaint of a barking dog at the home of Dr Robert Mallory of Milton Road wu regia-toed yesterday at 12:45 AM by Ratio Lombardi of Green Acres The Mallorys were notified to quiet the anlmaL Dog Bites Falls Hospitalize Three Three persons were allgfhUy Injured Saturday In various mishaps Rye pdice reported Gwen Longbothim eight of 11 Mendota Avenue suffered braises of the shin and knee when she fell from her bicycle at the Gulf Service Station on the Poet Road She was taken home by police Frank McCullough thirteen of 300 Milton Road was taken to United Hbepttaj for X-rays by his father Sen' Frank MqCUl-lough after Injuring his ankle jumping over hedge near the Milton Delicatessen Bitten on the left wrist by a dog owned-by LeonnrdJUnes of 5NGrapsl Street William Kelly sixteen of 33 Grapal Street was treated at United HoepitalMr Hinea waa notified to confine bis dog 10 days Ceres To Join InShowAt White Plains The Ceres "Garden -Club of Rye hi cooperation with three other garden dubs wQl sponsor a public flower show from 3 to 9 PM on Wednesday June 6 at the Oub of White Plains Ridgeway Under the general title ot "American the the theme of the exhibit Will be Other participating dubs will be the Grtwnvllfc Garden Club of Scdrsdale the Guild' Garden Club of White Plabu Floral educational-and horticultural exhibits In which and Garden Section Of the Woman's Club of' White lor members wilJkte represented are planned Mrs Hiram 'McCann' of Harrison coordinating chairman' will be assisted by the follow-Ing members of the Ceres Club: Mrs John Marx Mrs Leslie Beaton Mrs Adrian McCabe Mrs Laurence Simpson -(who will speak on Mak- For tart Rx Service and Free Delivery Qn Lambert's Drag Store Serving Community 51 yaws BArriaon 8-0738 8-3025 The British railroads dekz away snbw by blowing it with compressed air which vaporizes the snow lit the same operation i- SPECIAL- INSURANCE PROTECTION FOR HOMEOWNERS tag-) Mrs Arthur Michaels Mrs John Fergirem Mrs James Rahman Mrs Carl Tledc-maim Mrs Edward Oberg Mrs Kenneth Billtagton Mrn Frsnk-lyn Adame and Mrs Kenneth Leonard TilEUFE of Mother beth Seton was related by Sister Xsvler Mary of Mt St Vincent Rlverdale left during the annual Communion breakfast of Court Resurrection 891 Catholic Daughters of America yesterday in Resurrection School Shown with ihe guest speaker are Mrs Frances Dugan grand regent of the Court the Rev James Tully moderator and Sister Marie Therese principal of Resurrection School Staff Photo by Henry Santo thb prin cMWw Pin WMm mi fafewau tiiipnW tl a Ak MbMb pp mf iwy rfsbef yee opeftdf mm rtde mmmr mloiHie mbgpmlm dH i I she yea MIWEI-IIM THE OLIVERE AGENCY 101 WNtchMlirlis Church Group Hears Talk On Mother Seton The life ef Mother Elizabeth Seton a convert to Catholicism who became a nun and founded the Order of the $isters of Charity in 1809 following the death of her husband waa de-acribed by Sister Xavier Mary of Mt St Vincent Kiverdale during the annual Communion breakfaat of Court Resurrection 891 Catholic Daughter of America yesterday in Resurrection School The breakfast followed reception of Holy Communion at the 8 o'clock Mass at the Church of the Resurrection Sister Xavier Mary introduced by Sister Dolores of the Academy of the Resurrection Is working for the beatification of Mother Seton For this it is necessary that proof be given of three miracles performed during the lifetime of the person for whom beatification is sought The speaker noted that Mother Seton bom Elizabeth Bailey In New York City of Episcopalian parents became a 'convert after her marriage When her husband died in Italy she placed her five children in schools In America and founded the first Catholic school In the United States In Baltimore as well as the first icaa -rcligious order JorJatamen Sister Xavier Mary concluded her talk with a plea for sufficient parental love and stressed the importance of setting good example in the homo and creating the proper environment 8 i -i 6 Girl Scouts Given Awards At Cook-Out Six members of Rye Girl Scout Troop 18 of Resurrection School received the curved bar pin from their fathers during a Court of Award preceding a father-daughter cookout Saturday at 51 Milton Road The pin representing the highest rank In intermediate Scouting was awarded to Patricis Byrne Gsil Piccettl Bernadette Reynolds Ann Scandlnaro Rosemary Martin and Diane Cooper Other awards were made to Joan Braunstein and Arlene Market Senior Troop who appeared in their new Mariner uniforms to five year phis and Nancy Dennis Diane Edwards Sally Ely Linda Heilman Barbara Hope Adrienne Kelly Anita Manuel Marlon Moser Monna Newman and Amy Wald-strefoher-TYuoprH dfRyHlgn School five year pins Also Gall Plccettl Troop 18 five year pin Pamela GUI Joan Burke Rosemanr Mazzeo Patricia Jones and Kathy Byrne Troop 11 Resurrection five year pin Pamela Gill Kathy and Sheila Hogan Troop 11 Sandra Bauman Jaiiet Cassata Diane Cease and Pamela Robertson Troop 14 of Milton and Carole Munter and Catherine Nardozza Troop 18 of Resurrection all first badges A flag ceremony opened festivities under the direction of Mrs Charles Rice Jr and Girl Scout songs Were led by Mrs Victor Nyborg The cook-cut for which each troop pre-pated its own food was In charge of Lawrence Byrne and William O'Neill In her speech of welcome Mrs Gabriel Kaslow deputy commissioner discussed the manner in which the Scouts acquired new skills through their various fields of Interest THE CURVED BAR FIN the highest award In Intermediate Girl Scouting was presented to six Rye Scouts Saturday during a Court of Award! preceding a father-daughter cookout at 51 Milton Road Left to right are Lawrence Farrell who presented a ptirtc Ms stepdaughter Gaft PiccettL second from left and Pat Byrne receiving her pin from her father Lawrence Byrne Jr Others who am given the award were Bernadette Reynolds Ann Scsndta-aro Rosemary Martin and Diane Cooper Staff Photo by John Marrone The longest lowest most powerful Lincoln ever built COMING EVENTS TODAY 7 Rye Klwanls Club Seven Pines Restaurant Ma-maroneck TOMORROW 8 PM Community Bridge Club Community Synagogue PER MO boys America'! favorite V4 FORD VICTORIA RAftCB WAGON Yae Amsdcst iwwd taidtop or Anmks's tiraits nation swsonl (Your pnsanl car stnuM OKI than emr ths doen payment!) OTFtK UMITC01 PQBDDEALER CHARTER PRESENTED A charter was presented by Frank Lltkenhaue or the Rye Boy Scout Council to Explorer Scout Post 4 Wednesday at Rye High School during public meeting of the Club sponsors of the post "Parade- editor Jess Gorkin who returned recently from a 7000 mile four of Russia spoke and allowed pictures taken by Dave Preston who accompanied him CLAMBAKE PLANS Plans for a clambake honoring Past President Wheeler Ferris will be made tonight at a meeting of the Rye Fish and Game Club at the clubhouse auvsnnsumim lion AT BYRAtl OFFICE Horia Meotat Depot: 12-om Retail Box 20ef ull Pound Bag 24c You can save dollars and dollars on the fresh meat for your 4m by getting FYesh-frozen Horse Meat at Freezer Owners Depot in White Plaina Their Horse Meat has been Government Inspected la so fresh and wholesome it baa been approved for human consumption It is so reasonable at because they get direct shipments from the Packer In Nebraska The 12 oa box like you find in stores is mly 20e at when you get a ease of 24 packages 21e in dozen lots 16 os plastic bags arc 24c and 25c Full pound bars of Chopped Horse Livers are 26e and 2ie 12 ok packages of Chopped Beef for Doge and Chta arc 20c and 21c This la at In White Plains 300 Westchester Avenue Mock below to Lincoln We Employ No Bale or Canvaaoere toujave 20 new styling But alter owning Lincoln they praise this other fine qualities They tell time and time about exceptional handling ease They're surprised thatfuch a big roomycar can be so effortless to nd that' wives actually prefer thiilincolnover the smaller car They tell pi about Lincoln's outstanding performance in dozens of ways Those who have never experienced Turbo-Drive are astonished to find that an automatic trans More fme car buyers are changing to Lincoln this year than ever before in Lincoln's entire because they recognize" that this longest lowest most powerful Lincoln of all time is unmistakably the finest in the line car field Naturally most of these people are turning to Lincoln because of its fresh trend-setting mission can be so Smooth and those who take long trips say that this Lincoln makes the ride seem so much shorter And they tell ns about roadability They like the way Iincpfo rides so firmly through and the freedom of taking any road they choose instead of avoiding the bad ones If been thinking this your kind of fine car stop in and see us put a new Lincoln at your disposal any time yon say NSeMlMtMMl m-ww MnaSlMahMMK Ottaka I mm I mm TCsasaW an ON SAVINGS $100 to $20000 Plus Xntsrsst Credited THE GREENWICH TRUST COMPANY When We Say "It Till Pay You to See" What We Meau Cixinagh Roofing Homo Improvbmont Co IKS Guaranteed Roofing andSiding Harrison HAI-MM RYE PARK MOTORS Inc MEL VAYNR President a 9- Authorized Lincoln Mercury ConfinOifal Deafer 1 Open Evenings TTO 9sOH -V RYe 7-4250 987 BOSTON TOST ROAD: i -i.

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