The Kingston Daily Freeman from Kingston, New York on March 29, 1960 · Page 11
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The Kingston Daily Freeman from Kingston, New York · Page 11

Kingston, New York
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Tuesday, March 29, 1960
Page 11
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THE KINGSTON DAILY FREEMAN, KINGSTON, N. Y.. TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 29, 1%0 ELEVEN Barclay Heights CAROLYN C. FRANCE Birthdays Celebrated Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gardner of Mountain View Avenue, was 10 years old Monday and was feted Saturday at a birthday luncheon by his parents. Attending were Charles- Ollinger, Jack Rinaldi. Richard Stiles, Philip Crank and Richard Cyr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gardne* of Midland Park, his paternal grandparents, were guests for the party and the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Esmond Post of Village Drive, Kings Village entertained Wednesday evening in honor of their son Randy, who was one year old that day. The family affair included Mr. and Mrs. Claude Post Jr. and children Howard, Kenneth ami Adele, Mr. and Mrs. Court land Whitaker, and Randy's brothers, Terry and Esmond Jr. Friday, they had a second celebration at the home of his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. David Whittaker in Kingston. Randy and his grandmother share the same birthday. Attending this party were Mr. and Mrs. David Whittaker Jr. and daughter Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Whittaker and children Albert and Bobbi Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Post and children Barry and Sharon. Mr. and Mrs, Nicholas Nagele and daughter Lon, and Henry Wells. New Residents Mr. and Mrs. F. Howard Ward and family have moved into their new home on Appletree Drive, Windemere Heights, from Catakill. Ho is an employe of the Intema- tionoal Business Machines Corp., Kingston. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scala and son have taken up residence in their new home on Appletree Drive. They formerly resided in Kingston. He is also an employe of IBM. Dutch Settlement acquired three new* families over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dribelbis and daughter Debbie moved into their new home at 24 Edith Avenue. They are former residents of Mt. Marion Park. Mr. Dribelis is with IBM in Kingston. Mr. and Mrs. Pasquale Marro, and daughter former residents of Kingston, moved into their new- home at 17 Austin Avenue. He is also an employee of the IBM Cotp. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Junod, formerly of Saugerties, are now at home at 19 Austin Avenue. Mr. Junod is with IBM. Science Fair Area Winners Are Announced Mrs. ARCHIBALD SILVERMAN Joseph E. Honig and Richard M. Kalish. co-chairmen of the initial gifts for the United Jewish Welfare Fund announced today a meeting of initial gifts contributors, Thursday, April 7, 8 p. m., at the home of Mr. Honig, 430 Pearl Street. At that time, Mrs. Archibald Silverman, of Providence, R. I., who has played a dynamic role in mobilizing American Jewish leadership and who has been active in Jewish and communal life for many decades will speak at the gathering in behalf of the United Jewish Appeal and the United Jewish Welfare Fund. Mrs. Silverman, widely known as an energetic Zionist and civic worker, was vice president of the Zionist Organization of America, the American Jewish Congress, National Hadassah. the Hadassah-Hebrew University Hospital Building Fund, and was deputy-delegate of the World Zionist Organization Inner Action Committee. At present she serves as honorary president of the Providence Chapter of Hadassah, which she organized, and is honorary vice chairman of the Jewish National Fund. In 1951, Mrs. Silverman was named Jewish Mother of the Year, was elected Rhode Island Mother of the Year in 1954 and in the same year received an Honorary Doctor of Education degree from the Rhode Island College of Education on the occasion of its 100th anniversary*. Observer of World Event» Always a keen and lively observer of Jewish and world events, Mrs. Silverman has made 20 Visits to Israel and has journeyed to Mexico, the West Indies, many South American nations, Australia, Dutch Guiana. New Zealand, Great Britain and most of western Europe, Morocco and Iran. In recognition of her work on behalf of Israel's people, a settlement in Israel, Machlat Ida, was named for her. She organized and is chairman of the Israel Synagogue Building Fund, directly aided the const met ion of 33 synagogues in Israel, and in 1946 founded the Sharon Hotel in Israel. She was a member of the Na- * tional Tercentenary* Committee | in 1954 and served as Rhode Island chairman. In 1955, she led the movement that reopened the Butler Hospital in Providence after proving its humanitarian value to the community, and from 1957 to 1958, was chairman of the $50,000 appeal for the Rhode Island Mental Health Association. Recently Mrs. Silverman received the degree of Doctor of Humanities from Bryant College, Providence. Winners in local schools will compote at the Mid-Hudson Study Council Science Fair April 28 at State University College of Education, New Paltz. (Freeman photo). PORT EWEN WINNERS— Science fair winners at the Port Evvon School are (1-r) Robert Proper, fifth grade, telegraph set; Daria Mainetti, sixth grade, model of heart and lungs, and Ronald Yitanus, fourth grade, electrical circuit. Strike Idle* Missiles VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. (AP>— A labor dispute has halted all construction wx>rk at thus big missile base. The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers sot up picket lines Monday. Work stopped on scores of construction jobs, including Atlas and Titan launching facilities. IBEW representatives said one contractor, Philco Corp., was bringing in tradesmen to work at less than the prevailing journeyman electrician’s wage, $4.35. Philco spokesmen declined comment. Arra ivotrs Richard Newcomb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newcomb of Kalina Drive, Windemere Heights, had a tonsillectomy on Friday at the Kingston Hospital, and is now at home recuperating. His grandmother, Mrs. Roy New'comb of Angola is visiting with her son and family this week. Miss Beverly Mooers of Peach Lane, underwent surgery at the Kingston Hospital Friday. Miss Mooers is a secretary at the Saugerties office of the Beneficial Finance Co. Douglas Jacobson, sixth grade, geology of the earth; Susan Hartman and Lydia Newcomb, fifth grade, clay model of digestive system. (Freeman photo). SCHOOL 6 SCIENCE FAIR— Winners of the School 6 science fair are (1-r) Frank Kordzikovv- ski and Raymond Hull, fourth grade, electricity; Robert Cohen, sixth grade, geology of the sea; Arlrew Doing Nicrly HOLLYWOOD (AP) — Television actress Barbara Eden, who plays one of the leads in the series “How to Marry a Millionaire,’' is reported doing nicely following an emergency appendectomy She Is the wife of TV actor Michael Ansara of the “Broken Arrow” series. Farm Leaders Parley PARIS (AP)—President Charles de Gaulle today began two days of meetings with farm leaders who claim France’s farmers arc threatened with bankruptcy. 1710 farmers first drew attention to their claim with a demonstration Feb. 11 at Amiens, in northern France. Extremists took over, and one person was killed and more than 100 injured. Other more peaceful demonstrations followed. Tobacco is grown under cheesecloth “ceilings," high enough to clear a plowman’s head, in Connecticut. ROBERT B. DENIIARDT Robert B. Denhardt, a fonner Kingston resident who served for several years as Kingston sales supervisor for the Central Hudson Gas and Electric Corporation, will begin his retirement Friday after almost 37 years’ service with the local utility. The utility executive was honored last night at a special dinner attended by 90 of his associates. Denhardt joined Central Hudson m May 1923 as a salesman with the former Kingston Gas and Electric Company, a predecessor company of Central Hudson. He was named sales supervisor here the following year, leaving in 1927 to serve as district manager in Catskill and later in Newburgh. He was transferred to the utility’s Poughkeepsie offices as retail sales manager in 1946 and has been serving as manager of the company’s nevO business development division since 1951. Denhardt was a member of the American Gas Association, the Eastern Gas Sales Council, j the Metropolitan Gas Heating) and Air Conditioning Council and ; the New England Gas Association He was also a member of the Edison Electric Institute and for several years served on its j Residential Appliance Promotion Committee Collectors' Cars A passenger boat now ferries visitors across the Dead Sea to Qumran, the site of the Dead Sea Scrolls. HONORED WITH AWARD— Miss Mary E. Polhemus, principal of School 3, was recently honored with the award of a Jenkins Life Membership in the State Congress oi Parents and Teachers. Many friends and associates were present and emphasized the principal’s great love for all children. Shown above is Miss Polhemus, (left), and Mrs. Carl Cline ol the P-T.A , vvjio is putting a pin on Miss Polhemus’ dress collar. (Freeman Photo). Now Reopened for BEAUTY APPOINTMENTS... BETTY SPADA '^mmmm^mmmmmmKÊÊÊÊSÊÊSÊÊÊHKmmm^r ji ivi 46 CRAVE STREET FE 1-8551 APCU DAILY TUESDAY thru SATURDAY UlLnl Till RS. EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT I Wish to Thank My Customers and Friend» for Their Remembrante» During My Illnes». Saugerties Fashion Sho w Is a Success Mr re than 300 persons attended the first fashion show to be given by the Rosary Guild of St. Mary’s Church, Saugerties, Sunday at the Municipal Auditoi mm. Mrs. Frank Ruddv and Mis Edward Altenau, chairmen of the event and Mrs. Robert D< s- mond, pnsident, wish to ex- piess their thanks to all who contributed thur time and effort to make the show a success with special thanks extended to Miss Peggy Conti. William McCormack, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Murphy and George Thornton. 21 GRAND ST. tel . fe i -*? oo KINGSTON Open Mondai thru Friday 8 to 5 Saturday» 8 to 13 noon Living Kooin Fampaiprii 1 BIwVCK DIAMOND. Wash. (AP) [ —The first worrfan treasurer in the history of this little coal mining' community will tike office June) 6 She won the affi< e with a living room campaign. Roxana Trover, 34, left most of the campaigning to her husband and their 12-vear-old son. Mrs Tr >v»*r, a form» !* bo»>k- keeper, was stricken with polio 10 years ago and »pent four months i in an iron lung. She gets around now in a wheelchair, but has the 1 use of only one arm. inj \ It’s fun to collect old-time autos — everyone will stop, look, ADMIRE these colorful panels. Cross-stitch cars smart, n«*w “conversation" pictures for a recreation room. Gay housewarming gift. Pattern 7253: two 8x21* inch pan» Is; color chart. Send Thirty-five cent» (coins) for this pattern-add 5 cents for each pattern for lst-class mailing. Ki nd to The Kingston Daily Freeman, 51 Household Arts Dept., P. O. Box 163. Old Chelsea Station, New York .11, N. Y Print plainlv NAME ADDRESS, ZONE, P A T T E R N NUMBER JUST OUT! Our New 1960 Alice Brooks Needlecraft Book contains THREE FREE Patterns. Plus ideas galore for home furnishings, fashions, gifts, toys, bazaar sellers—exciting unusual designs to crochet, knit, sew, embroider, huck weave, quilt. Be first with the newest — send 25 cents now : BYWAYS irrfcrnafional Extraordinary ! Civil Air Patrol Kingston Composite Squadron, Civil Air Patrol, will hold its regular meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p m. in the U. S. Army Reserve Center on Flatbuxh Av*nue. Cupt. Delanoy, commandant oß cadets, will conduct a review of the Cadet Leadership course, and Lt M Koz^nko will continu»* his course on rad«? theory. All personnel are requested to attend. Pro^rfM I* Noted HOLLYWOOD (AP) — Striking Hollywood actors and the Assn. oi Motion Picture Producers meet again today and Wednesday in an effort to settle the 22-day*old strike of the Screen Actors Guild. Both sides reported progress after a meeting Monday, Main roadblock in settlement of the dispute is actors’ demand for a share of the studios’ proceeds in sale of films to television-

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