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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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THE DAILY ITEM, PORT CHESTER, N.Y., FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1967 REV. LEE H. BALL Methodists. To Hear Of Two 'Wars' "Which War? On People or on Poverty?" will be the topic of a talk Sunday evening at a family night supper at The Methodist Church of Rye, 964 Boston Post Road, by The Rev. Lee H.

Ball of Ardsley. The announcement was made by Gil S. Joel, chairman of the church's Commission on tian Social Concerns, which is sponsoring the affair. Mr. Ball is executive secretary of the Methodist tion for Social Action, an unofficial organization in the church which since 1907 has 'studied social problems and promoted Christian social action.

He is also editor of the Federations "Social Questions Bulletin." Mr. Ball is a member of the New York Conference of The Methodist Church, has served parishes in Westchester ty and along the Hudson Valley, and for 18 years was an officer of the Conference. He is also an officer of the American Committee for the Protection of Foreign Born, and is active in the Citizens Committee for Constitutional Liberties, World Fellowship, and other committees concerned with social Serving on the supper mittee are Mrs. Howard Bur. chette of 10 Cedar Place, Rye Mr.

and Mrs. George Copelandof 131 Florence Rye; Mrs. John David of 1477 Pine Knolls Lane, Mamaroneck; Mrs. Robe ert Dennison of 5 Alton Terrace, Rye; and Mrs. Robert Truitt of 396 Midland Avenue, Rye.

Supper will start at 6 p.m., with the program beginning at 7. Soviets. Launching. Weather Rockets MOSCOW (P) Soviet scientists at a remote arctic base are launching rockets into the upper layer of the atmosphere as part of an international study of weather conditions, Tass, the Soviet news agency, said yesterday. The base is on Heis Island on the shore of the Barents Sea.

It is part of the group of arctic isLands. Rye Youth To Graduate At Marvell Commencement Twenty-three students will graduate 'from the Marvel Academy of Boys, Rye, at com mencement exercises to be held in the Friendship Room of the Outpost Inn, Port. Chester, this President of the Academy, James Marvel will serve host graduates 'parents and guests at a reception at 6:30 The processional and exercises will begin at 7:30 and the valedictory banquet at 8:30. The principal speaker will be Howard J.B. Pollack, Headmaster of the Marvell Academy, whose topic will be "Contributions of the Private, School in Today's President Marvell-Kovel onfer the diplomas and director admissions, Mrs.

Katherine Dorsam, will present the and prizes. President Marvell-Kovel will personally present the award for "Outstanding Marvellian of the Year 1967" to John Achille Dormi of the Bronx, and will accept from Graduate Fredric Alan' Horowitz, on behalf of the graduating class 1967, a plaque expressing the graduates' appreciation of the contributions of the Marvell Academy in their education. The commencement exercises will be opened by the SalutatorI Joseph T. Matturro of Scarsdale, and the valedictory address, "A Salute to our Alma will be delivered by the valedictorian, Mark Robert Greeley of Berkeley, Calif. The graduates are Stephen Wayne Bassin, Peekskill; Edward L.

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Convenient Parting at our roar door on Marvin Place! PAGE 2 KEVIN W. LEITH Bake Sale Tomorrow At Rye Square House The National Honor Society the Rye High School will hold a bake sale: at the Square House in Rye, tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Miss Jean Bogart, chairman of the sale, has announced that the money raised from the day's endeavor will be used for a scholarship award to'. be presented on Senior Recognition Day, June 23.

Serving with Miss Bogart on the committee are: Frank Anechiarico, Miss Helen Garringet, Alan Gould, Miss Louise Hollis, Stephen Lawson, Robert Linden, Miss Margaret Miller, Miss Jacqueline Mosher, Miss Melanie Schmitt and Miss Susan wilson. Navy Flier Addresses Rye Kiwanis Yonkers; Rafael E. Rio, Mexico City, Mexico; John' Achille -Dorm, New N.Y., Marie, Robert Gary Greeley, Greenstein. BerkeYonkers; Justin R. Groelke, Little Neck, N.Y.; Kenneth B.

Hartz, New York, N.Y.; Fredric Alan Horowitz, Woodmere, N.Y.; Charles J. Johnston, Bayside, N.Y.; Kevin W. Leith, Rye; Joseph T. Matturro, Scarsdale; Neil Mandeloff, New York, N.Y.; Patrick Mitchell, New York, N.Y.; Leon Pinter, New York, N.Y.; Steven Michael Popper, New York, N.Y.: Murray Rosenblum, Flushing, N.Y.; Ralph Saltarelli, Yonkers; Robert A. New N.Y.; Robert S.

Spulock, New Bedford. and Peter D. Zane, New Rochelle. Cars Towed, No Injuries In Accident Two men were uninjured, although their cars were towed from the scene of an accident on Midland Avenue in Rye yesterday about 3 p.m., Rye police report. Walter Drezek of the American Yacht Club, told Rye police he was going north on Midland when he saw a car coming south on Midland "at a fast speed." Mr.

Drezek said he pulled "to the right and blew his horn but was hit by the oncoming car. Clarence Beatenbaugh, 65 of 903 Howard Mamaroneck, driver of the second car, told police the Drezek car had started to pull around a truck hit the front of his car. Both cars were damaged on the right front end. 2 Top Makers Up Cigarettes, Wholesale NEW YORK The nation's two major cigarette producers, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.

and American Tobacco have increased wholesale cigarette prices by 25 cents a thousand. Other cigarette makers either declined comment on the hike or said they were study. ing the situation. Such increases generally are passed on to the American said its increase brought the wholesale cost of filters to $9.45 a thousand and regulars to $9.25. It said the increase would add a half cent to the per pack price and five cents to the carton cost, both at wholesale.

raw Later Ligget Myers Tobacco Co. said it also is raising the price on all its brands by 25 cents per thousand. JAMES R. BILLINGSLEY of Ridgewood Drive, Rye, a New York Telephone Co. attorney, has been promoted to general attorney of the firm.

Mr. Billingsley began his Bell System career attorney for Western Electric manufacturing and supply unit of the system at its New York City headquarters. He joined New York Telephone in 1960. Before joining the Bell System Mr. Billingsley served as an attorney for the U.S.

Department of Labor. A native of Rome, and a veteran of World War II, he served as a major in the Judge Advocate General's Department of the U.S. Air Force Reserves. Kiwanis Plan Key Club Night Dinner More than 60 persons, including 32 members of the Rye High School Key as guests, are expected to attend the 11th annual Key Club Charter Nigh dinner of the Rye Kiwanis Club at the Rye Golf Course Tuesday night. Rye High School Principal John R.

Carpenter, principal speaker, will talk on "A Close Look at Our Key Club" on the occasion when special tribute is paid to the club, sponsored by the Kiwanians as. a civic group within the high school. Frank Anechiarcio, outgoing club president, and Stephen Ronan, president -elect, will also speak, L. Thomas, the Kiwanis Club Key Club chairman, will be master of ceremonies, and John Yasinsac of Elmsford, lieutenant governor of the chester North Division of Kiwanis, will also be a special guest. FLOWERS RICH SONS RYE.

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NOW $1395 1960 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN Was R.H.T., $695 V-8, Eng. White $595 LOW DOWN I PAYMENTS 34 MONTHS TO PAY FINANCING. I DAY CREDIT RYE FORD 233 POST PORT CHESTER, N.Y. WE 9-4814 WO 7-6300 JOSEPH A. TRACY, a York City attorney, has elected president of the versity of Notre Dame Association.

Mr. Tracy, law offices are at 70 Pine New York City, is a 1943 uate of Notre Dame who ceived his law degree Columbia University in and was admitted to the York State Bar that Year. He and his wife, mary, and their children at 18 Rye Road, Rye. Marriage Licenses The City of Rye has issued the following marriage licenses: May 29-Peter Graham Van' Rye 27, Bloomfield, Conn. and Ronnie Louise Goldstein, 22, New York City; Harold G.

Kindy, 40, of Bloomington, and Joan L. Henry, '31, New York City. May 31-David B. Walker, 24, Pasadena, and Ruth D. Lawton, 20, 35 Evergreen Rye.

New been UniLaw whose gradre- from 1949 New same Roselive "Russia is really the most dangerous enemy we face in North Vietnam, considering the formidable array of antiaircraft weapons she is furnishing for the use of the North Vietnamese." 'Navy Lt. Donthia Eaton Rye This was comment of at the Rye Kiwanis Club meeting at the Westchester Inn Wednesday night. Lt. Eaton, a recipient of five Air Medals, three Navy Commendation Medals, the Navy Unit Commendation ribbon and the Purple Heart, is currently enroute to the U.S. Naval Post-Graduate School in Monterey, Calif.

He told of his experiences escaping capture after the AGA, bomber he was piloting was shot down over North Vietnam in July, 1965, With, Russia's help, the North Vietnamese now have the "most sophisticated system of air fense in the history of warfare, declared Lt. Eaton. "The enemy also has the most highly trained forces in charge of the anti-aircraft weapons, he added. Lt. Eaton said there is no doubt of what we are fighting for in Vietnam.

"We've got to stop the tide of Communism which threatens to engulf the whole of East Asia and gain dominion over two billion people." Cobscook Bay State Park near Dennysville, Maine gets its name from the Indian word for "boiling tide." The tides are boiling around three sides of the park, which is situated on a insula in the bay. KAPLANS. SUDDENLY SP 4 ROBERT M. PEARCE Soldier Wins Driving Award Army Spec. 4 Robert M.

Pearce, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Pearce, 395 Rye Rye, has been awarded a safe driving certificate while serving with the 24th TransportationCo. near.

Tuy Hoa, Vietnam. Spec. Pearce received the award for driving military vehicles over 5,000 miles with no accidents or traffic violations. A 1963 graduate of Rye High School, Spec. 4.

Pearce was an with Local 5 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers of White Plains. Drafted Oct. 6, 1965, he took basic training at Fort Gordon, and graduated from the Light Vehicle and Mechanics School at Fort Bragg, N.C. He arrived in Vietnam last August. He is also qualified as a first echelon mechanic; machine gunner; light rescue squad member and as chemical, biological and diological decontamination team member.

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