The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York on August 20, 1963 · 9
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The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York · 9

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Honors 20 Debutantes NEW ROCHELLE-A garden party honoring the St Vincent Debutante wa held Saturday at the home of Mr and Mr George T Flynn Oxford Road Mr Alphonse A La-port and Mr and Mr John J Woods also of New Rochelle were eohoat The Muse Patricia Ann Flyiin Virginia Louellcn La-pnrte and Marian April Woods daughter of the hosts Will be among the -20 young women to be presented to Francis Cardinal Spellman at the St Vincent Debutante Ball -Sept 4 at the Apawamis Club Rye A candlelight buffet supper was followed by entertainment on the terrace On the program was Val Dennis ballad ringer ' and accordionist Dancing followed 90 Attend Family Party Joseph A Catalano of Norwalk Calif with his family Is visiting his mother Mrs Jennie Catalano 10 Greyrock Road Port Chester Accompanlng Mr Catalano who Is a foreman in the Autonetlcs Division of North American Aviation is his wife Jane and her mother Mrs Morgan Weed and the five Catalano children ranging In ages from 7 to 15 Barbara Jo: Anne Betty Lou Anthony and Margaret Helen I This was Mr Catalano’s first I visit hone in 12 years and a family party was given at the home of his brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Rocco Catalano 67 Sylvan Road Among the 90 persons present were Mr and Mrs Fred Mlg-liardi Mr and Mrs Dominic Migllardi Mr and Mrs Anthony Migltardl Mr and Mrs Michael Viscuri Mrs Judith Pataflo Mrs Catherine Greco Mrs Lucy Iozzo Mr and Mrs Joseph Iozzo Mr and Mrs Salvatore Mortlno and Mr and Mrs Bert Salvatore with their children and grandchildren' mmmnm rmip nym Stichele "Ntw EhgUnd't farfar Mridl SmUm" 247 Mm la Si Stantar Casa DA 4-9031 M jtUm fraafjr gmutu fir I the Mmtkmr mflkm Bridt Custom Mata-Reedy Made Opea Meeday 0 Thartday vat IN 9 9M Other Ivaalags hy Appalwtanat FA1RLEIGH DICKINSON UNIVERSITY RUTHERFORD - ReoUtration: Sept s 4 0 Jo too PM to B:90 PM TEANECK Keffiitratim: Avq is rr Sept t St 1X0 PM to too PM ' MADISON Jbgirtretiop: Sept 4 S e PM to PM PM Coursesintlis DIAMONDS ADD sparkle to these hat fashion from the colllection of Paris designer Balenciaga Left Is giant peony made of pink coq feathers worn on one side of the head and highlighted by diamond earrings which continue the line of the petals Right Is a Mack satin scimitar-shaped s j 'C MISS ROSE ANN LEUNG — Crrtl MISS FRANCES TICLI Frances Ticli Mario Antonelli Set Spring Date Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Frances Ticli daughter of Mrs Theresa Ticli 441 Palmer Ave Ma maroneck and Mario Peter Antonelli 10 Harrison Drive Larchmont His parents are Mr and Mrs Peter Antonelli The wedding will take place next spring' The bride -elect is a graduate of Mamaroncck High School and Berkeley Secretarial School She is employed by IBM Corp White Plains Her fiance a graduate of Ma maroneck High School and Westchester Business School is employed by the National Bank of Westchester Bowman Ave! EVENING SESSIONS FALL 1963 Madison New Jeruy THE DAILY plume attached to matching pillbox adorned with stylized furl of diamond leaves The Jewels are from Sterle — AP Wlrephoto Rose Ann Leung Is Engaged To Alumnus Of MIT Announcement has been made by Mr and Mrs Solomon W Leung 5 Union Ave Harrison of the engagement of their daughter Miss Rose Ann Mal-hua Leung to Bo-Kee Yap son of Mr and Mrs Ee-Chian Yap of Singapore A June wedding is planned Miss Leung is a senior at Wellesley College where she is a member of the Cosmopolitan Club and student representative oi the Mayling Soong Founda tion She was a “beloved queen’ of Victoria Triangle 122 Daughters of the Eastern Star Harrison Her grandparents are the Rev and Mrs MF Leung of Victoria BC Mrs Te-Mou Hal of Harrison and the late Te-Mou Hsi formerly general manager of the Bank of China' and the Central Bank of China Mr Yap graduated in June from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in electrical engineering He was elected to Tau Beta Pi Eta Kappa Nu and Sigma XI honor societies He will study for an advanced degree at MIT on a teaching fellowship MISS JANET DiSTASIO Janet DiStasio Is Fiancee Of Joseph LoFaro Mr and Mrs Anthony Di Sta-slo 6 Clinton St Port Chester announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Janet Bar ban DiStasio to Joseph LoFaro His parents are Mr and Mrs Louis LoFaro 212 Chestnut St Port Chester Miss DiStasio Is employed by ModeUa Manufacturing Co Port Chester Her fiance a graduate of' White Plains High School is employed by Sonotone Inc and is a member of the Pvt Chester Auxiliary Police The wedding will take place next summer MARINO COMMISSIONED John J Marino son of Mr and Mrs Earl D Marino 428 W William St Port Chester was commissigned a second lieutenant in the Army after completing six weeks of Training under the Reserve Officer Training Corps program in ceremonies at Fort RUey Kan late in July A 1958 graduate of Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains he was active In the ROTC program at the University of Detroit where he received his BEE degree In June Alines Beauty 204 WEBTCHE8TER AVE’ Alines Deauty Jhoppe f $04 WESTCHESTER XV£ " AOR WHStEH -- w iisMswawT-a ii a rnwiMlIlS' namijsi ITEM PORT CHESTER NY Westchester Region Of ORT Discusses Convention Plans SCARSDALE— The 17th biennial convention of Women’s American Or-ilzation for Rehabilitation Through Training and a new school building project in Israel were topics discussed yesterday by the Westchester region of ORT Mrs A Lincoln Mazer of 65 Church Lana executive committee chairman was hhstesa Composed of elected officers of the Westchester region and the appointed chairmen of standing committees working within that framework the executive committee's aim is to coordinate efforts of the 15 chapters in the region Representatives of chapters and regions throughout the country will meet at the Hilton Hotel in New York Oct 14-17 to exchange ideas and adopt policy for furthering ORT'i goals for the next two years A nongovernmental vocational training agency ORT now operates 600 schools on five continents and has taught modern trades and skills to more than one million people since its inception The school building project adopted after completion in June of the Aron Syngalowskl Memorial Center in Tel Aviv Israel will provide four apprenticeship centers in Beersheba Jerusalem Haifa and Tel Aviv to teach modern skills to young people' Elected to the executive committee are: Mrs Mortimer L Cohp president Mrs Walter Fried membership vice president Mrs Paul -Maderer program vice president and Mrs Daniel Schliftman special projects vice president all of New Rchelle Mrs Mazer Mrs Henry Boltinoff financial secretary Mrs Morton Goldsmith corresponding secretary and Mrs Ben Rosenbaum record log secretary all of Scarsdale vice president Mrs MIS& JOSEPHINE MAR-TELLO recently returned from a cruise to Nassau aboard the Italia Miss Mar-tello daughter of Mr and Mrs Bob Martello Weaver St Greenwich was accompanied by three friends Iron Stamford Miss Barbara Che-val Miss Carol Bobonick and Miss Elizabeth Bolenz WHILE on vacation in Bermuda Mb and Mrs Antonio Marchione of 12 Nelson Ave Harrison have been sightseeing sailing playing tennis and golf They stayed at the Carlton Beach HAIR BEAUTY for warm weather “PERMANENT PACKAGE" HAIRCUT STYLING SPECIAL SHAMPOO EXCITING NEW SET COLD MAYE Ca"nQQcoapletf Evmning by Appointment WE 923QI Shop p PoRTcBira! TUESDAY AUGUST 20 1963 Jack Livingston parliamentarism and Mrs Irving Zucker-man treasurer all of White Plains Chairmen serving on the committee are? Mrs Mel Chapman education Mrs Louis Loft EuanUanshlp-socfal assistance drs Alex Joaefaon health Mrs Harry Tendler maintenance on-the-job training Mrs Arthur Shaln earning power improvement courses Mrs Mitchell Zlplow membership cochairman Mrs Marvin Kirsten prizes Mrs Charles Strongwater re-enrollment and Mrs Samuel Schecter members at large all of New Rochelle Mrs A1 Weiss 'scholarship and Mrs Marvin Fox UJA both of Yonkers Mrs Meyer Matusow of Eastches-ter members at large Mrs Louis 'Burnell school building Mrs Morton Welssman EPIC and Mrs Milton Koven expansion cochairman all of Scarsdale and Mrs Joseph Fox UJA of White Plains MISS SUSAN STEILMAN Susan Steilman Engaged To Wed Theodore Sabato Mr and Mrs William SteUf-man 20 Monroe Place Port Chester announce the ehgage-ment of their daughter Miss Susan Carla Steilman to Theodore John Sabato 171 Rectory St His parents are Mr and Mrs Leonard Sabato of Port Chester The bride-elect was a June graduate of Port Chester High School Mr Sabato attended Port Chester High School and is employed at the D k F Amoco Service Station Port Chester PERSONALS Robert C Lana of S Henry St ' Rye attended Conference No 1 of the New York Youth Conferences sponsored by the Department of Christian Education of the Episcopal Diocese of Now York At Bard College An nandale-On-Hudson last week He was a representative of All Saints’ Church Harrison attending the conference for seventh and eighth grade students lO’HEIL’S MOST COMPLETE ASSCknUMT ML SHADES -OF ALL COLORS nviHousAM os empsn leMXNGSSANOS DOMESTIC ANDMFOSTEO I ACNUNS COnONL WOOLS NMON WmXJT SEAMS AND TO YOU COLOS taw's write 501 reUfON at eoV - ' VJ‘ Pfcimfiftiswlta NEW ROCHBU NY NOKTH AVENUE 4341 I : ! V-- Miimtrr-Ej i nsTs— nr T yrTl MRS DAVID MILLER Linda Broden David Miller Wedding Told Miss Linda Broden daughter of Mr and Mrs Maurice Broden of 340 Chappaqua Road Bri-arcliff became the bride of David Miller son of Mr and Mrs Harry Miller of 39 Elmont Ave Port Chester on Aug 11 The ceremony was perfon by Rabbi Joseph Speiser Colonial Terrace PeekskQl -in a setting f blue and white reception for -150 guests followed with music by Martiq Ross and his orchestra The bride given in marriage by her parents was attired in peeu de sole with a bodice alencon lace a portrait neckline and a controlled bell skirt floating to a frill chapel train Her three-tier veil of imputed silk illusion was held by a petal crown She carried a bouquet of white orchid and lilies of the valley Miss Phyllis Thompson Yonkers college roommate of the bride was maid of honor attired in a blue chiffon gown with matching Jacket and blue pillbox hat She carried a bouquet of blue and white flowers Bridesmaids were Miss -Use Miller of Port Chester sister of the bridegroom Miss Wendy Warsh of of Ossining and mi— Barbara Siegel of Walla Walla Wash cousin of the bride They wore Hue chiffon gowns with matching Jackets trimmed with white soustache braid white flower hats and carried blue and white flowers The best man was Sojngdx Rogowsky Ushers were Barry Broden of Briarcliff brother of the bride and David Kahn Rya and Adrian Rodalnslr of Stamford Gum cousins of the groom The bride la a graduate of the University of Bridgeport with a BS in elementary education She win begin teaching third grade in the fan at the Rice GREENWICH ELECTRIC 264 Grssswkh AvsT0 9-9300 The Store of Fine LAMPS and SHADES There is only one WELCOME WAGON 20 years of experience fostering good will in business ana community life For information on Welcome Wagon phone HARRISON PORT CHESTER RYE "TE 52334 WE 7-3561 I OW 14726 crarapca I “ -r T1 — TTTTTT-’"‘Tl i' Ifiu Seward loyce Hunsucker Marry At Rye The sanctuary of the Rye rian dm ' Presbyterian Church was setting Saturday afternoon the marriage of Miss Gwendolyn Seward daughter of Mr and Mrs J Wesley Seward of 2 i hawford Rd Harrison to Lt -I- Royce Button Hunsucker USN of Norfolk Va He is the son of Mr and MTs Royce H Hunsucker 106 South Harding Street Greenville NC The ceremony was performed by the Rev Joseph P Bishop after which a reception was held at the Westchester Country Club' The bride given in marriage by her father was attired in a gown of rilk faced peau de sole cut on princess lines fashioned with a bateau neckline above the elbow sleeves and an A-llne skirt which ended In a three-dimensional pouf chapel length train Sequins adorned tha hand-m alencon lace appliques which trimmed the front of the vn A four-tiered silk fliusjnn veil waa held by a petaled cap of pearls and sequins Her bouquet was a cascade of white roses and lilies of tha valley - Mrs Robert W Weaver and Miss Virginia Seward were matron and makl of honor for their later whose other attendant were Mre Thomas Oliver Miss Jane Hunsucker sister of the bridegroom and Miss Louise B-rghold They were gowns of gold peau de -sole and carried bouquets at yellow roses Robert W Weaver of New Rochelle brother-in-law of the bride was bfst man and the ushers were William Hatfield Charles Hatfield Thomas R diver and J Wesley Seward Jr brother of the bride Another -brother Jeffrey Seward waa ring-bearer The bride wee graduated from the Chapel Hill School in Waltham Mass and attended Beaver College In Jenldntown Pa The bridegroom a graduate In engineering of the North Carolina State College is In the Navy and fa stationed in Norfolk Va ANYONE FOR TEA? PWLLHELI Wales IP-The Queen has canceled plans to have tea with councillors at this North Wales town and they’re tuck with a new tea sendee The $180 tea service was bought for the occasion School in Stamford where the couple will reside Her husband la also a graduate of the University of Bridgeport with a BS in marketing and is an agent with the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co in Port Chester Following the reception the bride and bridegroom traveled to Bermuda Be an IBM machine Bata Processing Specialist COMPUTER PROGRAMER TAB OPERATOR & WIRING TECHNICIAN KEYPUNCH OPERATOR Train for a position with security and advancement Bene-TON-WIM PLACEMENT service fit hem our FREE NATION- Tike advantage of ouf free aptitude analysis to determine your potentiality in this field There is no obligation New desses forming CALL NOW FOR AN APPOINTMENT Westchester 10 dapet plus WHITE PUIRS WH 1444! Registered by the State Education Department WE NOW GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS RITE CLEAtXRS & SHIRT liUNDERERS 119 Ni Mill St Port Chester WE 9-4274 Cotton Dresses Make to look like new THE DRAPE FINISH hour service including Sat ubi6yl0ajh Plaity of Fm PaiUig Drive-In Plant It's Modern! Latest in Scientific Dry Cleaning The seme high quality work ob Blankets Drapes sod Jedspreads Mosher of National Institute of Cleaaiagaad Dyeug JULY fr AUG HOURS DAILY 7:30-6 SAT 7:30-5 DRESS RIGHT-LOOK RIGHT -WITH RITE daily 7ao- sat DRESS RIGHT-LOOK RIGHT-WITH - ' -1jn - --- - - AGE f MRS R HUNSUCKER JR Jane Liveseyls Dinner Chairman A dinner will he held for directors of volunteers In hospitals at tha Statler Hiitn Hotel sponsored by the Association of Directors of Volunteer service in Hospitals Metropolitan New York Chairman of tha dinner fa Mrs Jane Llveaey director of volunteers at Untied Hospital Directors from 11 states and Canada’ will attend this dinner held immediately prior to the opening of the annual meeting of the American Hospital A--odatton Aug 26-29 at tha Coliseum Members of the New York Association are staff directors of volunteers in 75 voluntary and public hospitals in the metropolitan area They are responsible for the more than 22000 volunteers who give 2000000 hours of service each year to hospitals - ' President of the Association is Mrs Elizabeth Styres director of volunteers Hospital for Joint Diseases New Yak County Trutt Plant Branch At Airport WHITE PLAINS— The County Trust Co may soon have a branch bank at the Westchester County Airport if the Stae BwMng Department approves The Country Board of Acquiki-tion and Contract has approve lease by the County Airport Corp which operates the field of 250 square feet of space ft the bank Gold fa hardened by adding copper so that coins will sot bt won away by handling Business School j - i -i V -f - - ! t sv f - s

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