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O n e of t h e finer s e r v i c e s w e , o n t h e
h o m e f r o n t , c a n r e n d e r o u r fighting
m e n a n d w o m e n is t o support t h e current R e d Cross W a r F u n d drive.
Salvage headquarters has been moved
f r o m , t h e b a s e m e n t of 1 0 1 M a p S t r e e t
t o t h e village g a r a g e a t C e d a r a n d Palis a d e Sts. F o r p i c k u p s p h o n e D . F . 4 2 7 .
An Independent Newspaper Published in the Interest o f the Village oj Dobbs Ferry and Toton of Oreenburgh
^VOLUME LXIV—No. 30
Telephoned 2 4
Paino DefeatedJSecor PRESCOTTTO
For Mayoral Nomination BEWOMAN'SCLUB SPEAKER
At Republican Caucus
\
Record Crowd Of
532 Thronged The
Masonic Temple Sat.
Wins Nomination
DOBBS FERRY, N. Y., FRIDAY. MARCH 2. 1945
Killed In Action In Belgium
Telephone 124
PRICE: FIVE CENTS
SHINN PLANS Private Leo R. Hill, Of
WEEKLY DANCES Army, Killed In Action i n
AT RECCENTER
Advises Commission To
Redecorate QuarteriTT* Repair Old Equipment
Times' Literary Critic
To Discuss "Books In
News" On March 5
'
Belgium On February 14
, Guest Speaker
Sent Overseas Last
Xmas And Fought With
Combat Engineer Corps
R e c o m m e n d a t i o n s for t h e r e Orville Prescott, one of t h e two
decoration of t h e Boys^Recreation j
official daily book r e v i e w e r s for
Center in t h e Elementary School
t h e New York Times a n d literary,
FATHER OF T W O ttrrrtrfrng,—Hrorrrtrgh T e p a t r or r t ^
4SEGEIVED 29* VOTES
editor of Cue Magazihe, wilt a d placement of present equipment
dress members of t h e Dobbs F e r r y
Wife, Notified On
and t h e provision of music for
W o m a n ' s Club at their m e e t i n g on
Candidates Used
weekly dances were made by RecMonday, March 5, a t 2 : 3 0 P . M.
Tuesday, Phoned News
Separate Ballots;
reation- -li+«ieter~--Ear4e—H^-^hinn
in t h e Ardsley Country Club, acTo Family Here
of Broadway in his monthly report
'W
Trustees Unopposed
cording to a n a n n o u n c e m e n t by
to the P a r k a n d Recreation ComMrs. Frederic B. MaDan of Cedarmittee. ,
lawn Road, Irvington, p r o g r a m
M a y o r A n t h o n y P a i n o is t h e
P r i v a t e L e o R . HUJ, t 2 6 c h a i r m a n for t h e club. H e will
Mr. Shinn pointed "out t h a t t h e
lone candidate for m a y o r in
y
e
a
r - o l d s o n of M r s . E l i z a b e t h
speak on "Books in the N e w s . " .
present t r a a r t e r s " a r e i n a d e q u a t e j
t h e c o m i n g M a r c h 2.0th v i l l a g e
H i l l -of D e v o e S t r e e t a n d - t h e
, This 'young critic whose scintilbecause of insufficient space, t h a t :
e l e c t i o n b y v i r t u e of h i s n o m i lating reviews a r e read by thousis available, for nightly use by t h e
j l a t e R a y m o n d Hill, trje first fina n d s , will bring his audience a n
young men a n d women a n d , t h e !
n a t i o n on t h e Republican ticket
g e r p r i n t e x p e r t in W e s t c h e s t e r
inside picture of t h e world of
boys and- g i r l s of this pillage. Mr. I
a t t h e party's caucus last Saturi
County, w a s serving with t h e
books based upon his experience.*
Shinn said t h a t mole ^attractive
d a y night in t h e M a s o n i c T e m A
r m y ' s c o m b a t engineer corps
as a critic and- a m a g a z i n e writer
q u a r t e r s , with b e t t e r ' ventilation
p l e a n d his e n d o r s e m e n t b y t h e
~on^litei'aTy~suT)!eets. Mr. Pfescfttf,
w h e n h e w a s killecTiriTaction i n
system, should he irnrvWeirr one of the most a u t h o r i t a t i v e and
Democratic Village Committee
I B e l g i u m o n F e b r u a r y 14, a c " T h e e q u i p m e n t wo now have
popular literary critics of o u r time,
a t its m e e t i n g o n M o n d a y night
is very old a n d worn o u t ; it h a s
icording to a W a r Department
is one of the few men. in t h e fioui
been patched and braced until it
in P e r k i n s H a l l of S t . C h r i s t o 5
|
m e s s a g e w h i c h his wife, M r s .
rank of their profession who can
ran stand little more. If we can
pher's School, South
BroadI
B
e a t r i c e H i l l of N o r t h B e n n i n g combine acute critical a n a l y s e s of
ilo no better a t present, a n d if we
way.
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n;
Vermont,
received" o n
MAYOR ANTHONY PAINO
sidelights on; theis a u t h o h s and
Similar joint s u p p o r t h a s been
Members of t h e W o m a n ' s Club j T u e s d a y f r o m A d j u t a n t G e n next year, we will need to repaint
By defeating Trustee T h o r n t o n
behind-the-scenes glimpses of t h e
given to Police Justice J o h n T. Me. , . , „.
it in a t t r a c t i v e colors, refinish a n d will hear a lecture, on "Books In J
PRIVJrTE LEO It. B L L , A.U.S. ; •"
H. Secor of Meadoway a t last SatCormick, who, like Mr. P a i n o ^ . ^ ^ R e p u b l l c a n c a u c u s i n t h e literary world.
A W a r Department message reporting that P r i v a t e Leo R. Hill, varnish t h e floors, thoroughly r e - The N e w s " by OrfviHe. Prescott, | e r a l J . A . U h o .
The message, expressing t h e
gained a Republican place o n
Books' a r e more i m p o r t a n t today son of-Mrs. Elizabeth Hill of Devoe Street, had been killed in action pair or replace some equipment literal v critic for t h e New Y o r k !
Masonic Temple by a vote of 2 9 1
ticket a t t h e G.O.P. vote on Sat- to 2 4 1 , Mayor Paino became t h e t h a n ever before. They i n t e r p r e t in Belgium on February 14 was forwarded to his wile, t h e former arid provide music for weekly dan- Times a t t h e i r March 5th meeting deep_ r e g r e t s of the W a r Department, Tread as follows: " T h e W a r
In t h i - Ardsley Country Club.
urday and was acclaimed on Mon- G.O.P. candidate for mayor for and illuminate t h e world crisis in Beatrice*Beutle'y, at her home in N o r t h Bennington, Vt., on Tuesday. ces," Mr. S h i n n said.
D e p a r t m e n t deeply regrets to inday night.
which we all live. They also offer
the March 20 election.
He emphasised* the point of inform you t h a t your husband. P r l T
The-Republicna caucus brought
blessed relief a n d surcease from
cluding weekly dances in t h e .Reci v a t e Leo Hill, was killed in'action
out a n all-time record vote of 532.
t h a t crisis in lands of i m a g i n a t i o n
reation Commission's winter proin Belgium o n . F e b r u a r y 14. T h e
AR a result of a contest for t h e
a n n emotion that a r e open to us
gram. " I ' a m convinced more t h a n
Secretary of W a r extends his sinmayoral nomination between Mayall. Mr. Prescott discusses both
ever as this Winter season draws to
cere
sympathy to you and his famo r Paino and Trustee T h o r n t o n H.
kinds of books with skill a n d rela close, t h a t this center of ours is
ily in your great loss. J . "A. Ulio,
Secor. Both were generously s u p ish, a n d often with a gaiety a n d
a dividend paying investment t o
adjutant general."
-porteti by^Republlcans a n d t h e latfrankness t h a t Bhock a n d delight
the. people of o u r village. I shall
ter also had t h e backing of t h e R e P r i v a t e Hill's wife telephoned
his audiences.
never, be satisfied until we have a
publican Village Committee. May- I
t h e r e p o r t about his death to h i s
place t h a t is a t least a d e q u a t e , "
Born
in
Cleveland,
Ohio,
in
or Paino recieved a total vote of
The Board of Trustees, a t their the Zoning Ordinance will become he asserted.
• ;.
Im
m oo tt hh ee rr <on Tuesday night a n d s h e
190G, he began writing book Rekilia o n M a r c h t &
to Mr. Secor's 2 4 1 , j
[adjourned m e u i u t ; in the Municiviews
when
he-wwr
it
setRrot
h
o
y
M
M
M
f
c
t
a
n
stated
that,
on
sevillage board heard a aTsT h u s giving t h e incumbent omciaTY
"pal Building on Monday evening,
e vinage
Mrs. Mead Praises
Hill, wlho h a s just completed a
and h e has, he says,- never stopped
a 50-vote majority.
j
, adopted an a m e n d m e n t to t h e yil-i cussion on t h e merits of t h e Plan- eral occasions during t h e past
special course in Buffalo a n d a r since.
He
was
educated
a
t
private
month,
it
h
a
d
been
necessary
for
"Highly Generous
Contingent Took
] lage's Traffic Ordinance which p r e - I ning Board's proposed changes in
rived home earlier this week for
T h e Republican P a r t y ' s t h r e e j
schools and at Williams College,
scribes space for ,taxi operators ! t h e Zoning Ordinance and t h e n ! him to m a k e special dates for t h e
Spirit
Of Citizens"
a 15-day furlough, left later t h a t
Exams Last Week,
candidates for t h e village board, I
use
of
t
h
e
basketball
court
at
t
h
e
and limits other areas on t h e plaza j decided to table action until furevening f o r ' North Bennington.
T r u s t e e s Watson B. H a s t i n g s a n d
Now Await Call
(Continued on P a g e F o u r )
cneter,
o
u
t
s
i
d
e
of
t
h
e
r
e
g
u
l
a
r
for parking.
Mrs.
Herbert Mead of E l m V e r m o n t , w h e r e they have been
ther study could be given t o these hours, in o r d e r to accommodate
B u r t o n E. H a w k i n s a n d former
S t r e e t , c h a i r m a n , 19 45 R e d Cross
T r u s t e e -August - H . - H a u c k e - r e According; to t h e , resolutieB* ' recommendations.
T h e complete list of r e g i s t r a n t s
W a r F u n d Drive, fumeunces wttti
(Continued on Page F o u r t
ceived the t o t a l vote of 532 bal- of Local Draft Board 7 4 5 , which
which h a s stricken o a t t h e para- J T r u s t e e T h o r n t o n I I . Si
(Continued on Page F o u r )
g r e a t satisfaction t h a t contribui
chairman
of.
t
h
e
village's
finance
lots.
graph entitled "Depot P l a z a " from
h a s jurisdiction over t h e Lower
tions from -Dobbs F e r r y residents
t h e ordinance, t h e r e shall be no ; committee, reported on t h e iinal
Greenburgh Area, who have passed
for
t h e first week of t h e drive
j
condition
as
of
t
h
e
close
of
t
h
e
parking
on
t
h
e
easterly
side
of
Sta(Continued o n Page- F o u r )
their pre-induction physical exama m o u n t t o $1,784^—
=
tion Plaza; second, n o p a r k i n g will i s c a l year on Wednesday a n d preinations at t h e Axmed Forces-In=
dicted
that
on
t
h
e
basis
of
a
r
e
Mrs.
Mead
praises
highly
the
be
permitted
on
the
westerly
side
t
dnction Center, New York City,
g e n e r o u s spirit shown by t h e peoof Station Plaza from t h e I n t e r - view of Dobbs F e r r y ' s finances
was announced yesterday afterple of t h e village as t h e W a r F u n d
section of Station Plaza with during the past y e a r , -that there
Betrothal T o Yeoman
noon.
•
•will
be
both
a
cash,
a
n
d
budget,
w o r k e r s go among t h e m . Of t h e
High
Street
t
o
a
point
25
feet
Dominick Casadone
The m e n in this group took
above a m o u n t , $35 was realized a t
north of t h e northerly side of t h e balance. Village Clerk - Treasurer.
Announced A t Party
their examinations sometime last
the S a t u r d a y food sale, which,
New York Central Lines foot- Margaret R., Kelly a n d Deputy
Registrants Of Local
week, have been accepted for genConnolly Reports That "brhjge;
under Mra. Hastings, wilt continue
third, t h e r e shall be no Clerk LeRoy Hopper a r e now preBoard A r e N o w Taking
The engagement of Miss F r a n c e s
eral military service and a r e n o w
Donations
This
Year
paring t h e a n n u a l financial stated u r i n g t h e drive
parking
on
t
h
e
westerly
sides
of
awaiting
their
calL-Qt
active
duty.
A. Tino. d a u g h t e r of Mr. and Mrs.
Basic Training
Mrs. M e a d : / " T h e out say- Dominick Tino of 31 Highland
Station f i a z a a n d "Palisadei "Street ment a n a this will be available
Exceeded All Records
They8are:
Dr. And Mrs. A. Spitz* ing,SayB
within the next ten days for exami'Mpney
talks,' is proven again, Avenue, to Yeoman, Second Class,
from
a
point
225
feet
n
o
r
t
h
of
t
h
e
E i g h t r e g i s t r a n t s of Local Draft
Chester A. Conklin, 5 MapleNephew Is A Radio
for, by giving so generously of Dominick Casadone, U. S. N., a
A total of $216.22 h a s been con- northerly side, of t h e New York nation a n d study by t h e taxpayers.
Board 745 have been inducted into wood Avenue; Anthony Dosin, 224
their money o u r Dohbs F e r r y peo- veteran of 20 months' duty In t h e
Instructor With AAF
T h e trustees authorized Miss
t h e service a n d a r e now receiving South Broadway, H a s t i n g s ; Steve tributed to the 1945 c a m p a i g n of Central Lines footbridge for a disple m e ' t a l k i n g ' to t h e point—they Pacific a r e a , son of Mr, and Mrs.
r
t h e i r basic training a t A r m y a n d Slay, 59 Main Street; Giacomo t h e National F o u n d a t i o n for I n - tance of 130 feet measured in a Kelly to borrow $10,625 from the
Staff S e r g e a n t Donald E. Spitz, a r e d e m o n s t r a t i n g in a very prac- G. Casadone of 30 Ogden Avenue,
Navy camps t h r o u g h o u t t h e coun- Casadone, Jr., 200 Ashford Ave- fantile Paralysis, I n c . , in Ardsley, northerly direction along t h e west- Dobbs Ferry Bank a g a i n s t uncoltry.
n u e ; Otto F . Lfcht, 65 Main St., according to a- s u m m a r y released erly sides of'. t h e said s t r e e t s ; lected general a n d special taxes nephew of T>?~, a n d Mrs. A r t h u r tical way their realization t h a t the was announced by t h e prospective
Robert Raymond Valla, of St. H a s t i n g s ; John E. Heiss, 58 Main this week by J o h n J , Connolly of fourth, t h e westerly side of Station and they approved for payment Spitz of 100 Main Street, h a s been work of t h e Red Cross must never bride's p a r e n t s on Sunday,
Plaza from t h e New York Central bills in t h e a m o u n t of $4,021.36 awarded t h e Army Air Medal for slacken, t h a t the services rendered
Christopher's School, W a r r e n Mal- St., H a s t i n g s ; Norman L. F r e y d - Taft L a n e , Ardsley.
Miss Tino is a graduate of t h e
colm Young of 25 Clunie Avenue, berg, Old L a k e Street, W h i t e
Mr. Connolly, w h o was assisted Lines footbridge south to t h e and a Street D e p a r t m e n t payroll of " m e r i t o r i o u s achievement" at a n their sous and d a u g h t e r s must be Dot»bs F e r r y High School and is
Eighth Air Force bomber station m a i n t a i n e d a t t h e same high lovel
Hastings, a n d J a m e s Milo Moser P l a i n s ; Nicholas Zabaronick, 406 by Mrs. John Manchester, of Al- stairway connecting Station Plaza $467.92.
j now employed by t h e North Ameriin E n g l a n d .
a s t h e d e m a n d s for these services i
of Y u m a , Ariz., a former resident W a r b u r t o n
Avenue,
Hastings m e n a Avenue, Ardsley, s t a t e d t h a t with t h e n o r t h b o u n d platform of
T h e village board, after considcan Philips Company in this vilof 564 Ash ford Avenue, Ardsley, Nicholas A. TIno, 708 S a w Mill s t u d e n t s and faculty of t h e Ardsley t h e railroad is hereby designated ering the plea- by T h o m a s L.
A radio operator-guimer of a reach a n ever-mounting high In lage.
the
FaclfU
as
well
as
in
E
u
r
o
p
e
.
"
a
hack
stand
a
n
d
shall
be
used
exare now in t h e Army of t h e United River Road, Ardsley; J a m e s S. High School had donated $52.99,
Smith, president of t h e United El- B-17 F l y i n g F o r t r e s s in t h e 381st
Yeoman
Casadone
returned
Typical of t h e s e servicles a r e
States. P v t . Moser r e p o r t e d to Thompson, J r . , Old Well Road, business m e r c h a n t s , a n d ' corpora- clusively by vehicles for hire.
ectrical, Radio and Machine Work- B o m b a r d m e n t Group, Staff Sgt,
home on F e b r u a r y D for a 25-day
nows
stories
of
American
m
e
n
resP o r t Bliss, Texas, for his exami- White P l a i n s ; J o h n D. Boyd, Pow- tions, listed in the I n d u s t r i a l DiviSpitz h a s completed eight missions
Mayor Anthony Paino, who p r e i^avo h e f e j e r » p " r t ' n g £a Sjeatila.
natidn and Induction.
against G e r m a n targets slnco join- etted—frem-—Cabantttan receiving
d e r h o r n Road, Ardsley; F r a n k A. sion category, gave
tContlnued ou P a g e F o u r )
Wash., for reassignment to seat
cigarettes
^md
comfort
articles—
'' T h o s e who a r e now in t h e Navy J o n e s , J r . , 25 Barker Avenue, and service-houses, $44.99, a n d
ing his s q u a d r o n overseas last Det h e i r first i n many m o n t h s , from duty in t h e Pacific area. H e p a r t i cember 2 6 .
a r e Alfred E u g e n e Ansel of 524 White P l a i n s ; Albert F . C a r r a n o , the committee collected $78.24 in
cipated in t h e battles of Marcus
Warburton
Avenue,
H a s t i n g s ; 186ft East Twelfth Street, Brook- a house-to-house drive.
He was employed as a butcher A m e r i c a n Red Cross representa- a n d W a k e Islands, Bougainville,
tives. These men told of receiving
J o h n A r t h u r Clamp of 3 W a s h i n g - lyn, formerly of H a r t s d a l e ; Joseph
at
t
h
e
Oxford
Market,
Deal,
N.
J
.
,
Contributions h a d also been r e Moratai a n d Leyte Gulf in t h e
ton Avenue, H a s t i n g s ; Brnce Bird F . Sanfllippo, 3066 Boston P o s t ceived from t h e Ardsley Lions
before enlisting in t h e Army Air d u r i n g their i m p r i s o n m e n t Red
Philippine Islands and in t h e
of St. Christopher's School; Domi- Road, New York, formerly of 50 Club, t h e Ardsley Hose Company,,
Forces on November 17, 1941. H e Cross messages from h o m e a n d
American naval shelling of Minparcels
of
food
a
n
d
mcdicipi*
nick Paul Belarge of 40 Devoe Cedar Street; Michael S. Riccio, the Ardsley Post 4 5 8 , A m e r i c a n
was trained a s a radio operator a t
dora. H e w e a r s the Amertean a n d
N a v a l Officer T e l l s
^ Street, Dobbs F e r r y , a n d George 457 Ashford Avenue; Alexander Legion, R. S. A. Corporation a n d
Scott Field, inTtreW; a n d won his t h e i r only link with t h e outside
Mrs. John T e h a n Host
Club Of Experiences
g u n n e r ' s wings last July 19 a t world. T h e medical supplies, said Pacific T h e a t r e service ribbons a n d
E d w a r d Karlson, J r . , of 314 C h a t - P. T a m u k , 304 McLean Avenue, Joseph Coggins.
the Philippine campaign ribbon,
A t Family Reception
I n Pacific S e r v i c e
those rescued, saved many lives,
Yuma, Ariz.
t e r t o n Parkway, W h i t e P l a i n s .
Yonkers, formerly of H a s t i n g s ;
with four stars-. Yeoman CasaIn a letter a c c o m p a n y i n g t h e
Y
e
s
t
e
r
d
a
y
A
f
t
e
r
n
o
o
n
On
S-Day
a
t
Lineayen
Gulf,
four
Before .shipping overseas in DeT h e s e men reported to th© A r m - Harry G. Haines, 1 Fulton Street,
done
was graduated from the local
contribution, Mr. Connolly advised
Lieut,
(s.g.)
Vito
Barbieri,
U.
S.
cember, t h e 26-year-old a i r m a n Red Cross men landed on t h e 'high school.
ed Forces Induction Center a t 480 H a s t i n g s ; Lawrence T. K e r v a n , J a m e s F . Arbuckle, c h a i r m a n of
N.
R
„
of
Hastings
House,
Hast-1
Mrs.
Anna
Brady
Keiling
of
t
h
e
!
beachhead
and
were
serving
coffee
spent t w o a n d one-half y e a r s a s a
Lexington Avenue, New York City, 158 E d g e m o n t Road, Scarsdale; the county chapter in White
No d a t e h a s been set for t h e
last week a n d had passed t h e i r Donald E. Layman, 150 E a s t P l a i n s , that this y e a r ' s r e t u r n s ings, told fellow-members of t h e jGraham School, Hastings, b e c a m e ! radio i n s t r u c t o r a t Scott Field. H e
Hastings-Dobbs Ferry-Ardsley Ilo- j the bride of her brother-in-law, I volunteered for combat and t r a i n w»dding.
4 (Continued on Page F o u r ) <
pre-lnduqtion physical examinaexceed those of 1943 by several t a r y Club a t t h e i r weekly s u p p e r ! Charles Keiling, of Ardsley-on-j
ed with h i s e r e w a t Drew Field,
tions previously.
(Continued on Page F o u r )
h u n d r e d per cent. P a r t of M r , Conmeeting in t h e Rock House, W a r - ! Hudson, in a ceremony p e r f o r m e d , Fla.
nolly's letter follows:
j burton Avenue, Yonkers, on Tues- by t h e Rev. Dr. A. George F e a r e , : While stationed a t the latter a i r
" W h i l e I realize t h a t
this day, about his experiences for thej minister of t h e Summerfield Meth-1
hold, Staff S g t . Spitz visited Dr.
a m o u n t is small In c o m p a r i s o n
past 26 m o n t h s in t h e Southwestil odist Church, yesterday afternoonj and Mrs, Spitz for over a week in
with t h e larger cities in t h e County
in t h e church parsonage.
' October. Ho is t h e grandson of
wherqgth'e amounts r u n into thous- Pacific area.
Mr. nad Mrs. Wiiliam Keiling of Mrs. Agnes Weiss of 51 fi Second
F o u r Dobbs Ferry soldiers, now not like us giving dinner parties
Lt. Barbieri described his r e t u r n Elmsford were best m a n a n d maa n d s of dollars, I feel Justifiably
Avenue, Long Branch, N. J,, a n d on duty "Somewhere in F r a n c e , " for men they have fought a n d c a p trip
home
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Mrs. Lena Pellegrino of 13 Main t All of which makes Mrs. Felletron-of-honor and a brief reception
year exceeds that of 1943 by sever- told, in considerable detail, other j was held a t t h e home of Mrs. John \ the nephew of Leo Weiss, of 963 have w r i t t e n a joint l e t t e r t o t h e t u r e d ' . "
Street, who h a s served a s foster- [grlno a n important factor In
highlights of his work in the Paci- Tehan of Main Street, for members • Amboy Avenue, F o r d s , N . J. He editor of t h i s newspaper praising
The soldiers' letter follows:
m o t h e r to 88 children in t h e past b o a r d i n g home setup of t h e New al h u n d r e d per cent, i* '
was g r a d u a t e d in 193S from t h e Mayor Anthony Paino for having
' Saturday,' 27 J a n . , 1945
13 years, h a s become k n o w n a s t h e York F o u n d l i n g Hospital, o n e of
"According to y o u r r e c o r d s , t h e fic area with t h e Medical, Corpus.
of t h e i m m e d i a t e families.
prohibited t h e spaghetti dinner t o
Somewhere l a F r a o t e *
champion boarding m o t h e r in t h e t h e two agencies in the New York total from Ardsley in 1 9 4 3 was
Charles Anderson, of Maple-1 The, couple will reside a t t h e J .
(Continued on Page F o u r )
150 Italian prisoners of w a r which Dear E d i t o r :
Catholic Archdiocese of New York, Archdiocese which places depen- $16. W h e n Mayor Seitz appointed wood Avenue, past, president of t h e | Fearon Brown e s t a t e in Ardsleyt h e women of t h e Holy Rosary Some chairman in 1944, t h e time-for
according to a n a n n o u n c e m e n t by
Today, we read an article In o u r
dent Catholic children up to two a n organized drive w a s extremely club, presided in t h e absence of on-Hudson.
ciety of t h e Ghifreh of O u r Lady
Archbishop F r a n c i s J . Spellman,
Benjamin
H.
Adler,
of
Main
j
daily paper, "Stars and S t r i p e s , "
years of age. T h e Sisters at t h e short b u t wo'exceeded t h e previous
of
Pompeii
had
arranged
t
o
serve
Street, president, who is vacation-] ENTERTAIN* F R I E N D S
about o u r little commu&ity t h a t
In addition to doing this work,
F o u n d l i n g Hospital soon discov- year by approximately $ 1 0 0 . T h i s
about two m o n t h s figo.
ing in Florida.
has us itiornitng, W» a r e enclosing
Mrs, Pellegrino h a s r e a r e d t h r e e of
Mr. and Mrs. Karlo H. Shinn of
ered Mrs. Pellegrino possessed a year we have more t h a n doubled
The four servicemen—Corporal the article In this letter.
h e r own children — P r i v a t e F i r s t
Scout Executive Lawrence Par- j Hatch Terrace e n t e r t a i n e d Mr. and
Joseph G. Potruzzelli, Corporal
Class Louis Pellegrino who U servWe, th«; boys from home, w n U
sons of the llondrlck Hudson ! Mrs. Irvinig Coburn of Homecresfc,
T h o m a s A. DfRosu, P r i v a t e First like to know what has come over
( C o n t i n u e d on P a g e F O O T )
(Continued oo^ P a g e F e u r )
SlNSI 1925
ing with a hospital unit in E n g Council of t h e Boy Scouts of I Yonkers, at their homo on Tuesday
ClObh Arnold Will.sea ind Private
land for t h e past six m o n t h s , Mrs.
f D o m Wmmnr
SI
America was a guest a t t h e meet-1 night. T h e Coburns formerly re•
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First Cla.-H Frank Ca iardi—read
1
Elizabeth Mftfnhef sky a n d -another
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intr ami h e described IhiTweTR thaT, B1 (T cydTBFL UIeTnTTOTo^h"tlTTrTTF
CConHnned on Page FenTT
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report
about
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feast
son,. Alfred Pellegrino..-The l a t t e r
the scouts a r e doing in this area. | lage.
IF YOUR PROPERTY
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two children reside in this village
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Dobbs F e r r y "Hbip'Hal.
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Distributor* f o r - INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPARED
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x d n v e B f r a f l / l o c a t e d ofttW
Italian t'W* Cliuu eh ladles profortable old house on t h e hill overIndian Swiss Colony Win«>«
ARTHUR BLASBERO
I N D E R Sl'PRBVTSION O F PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Full Gallon, f 2.67 .
.irhetti
dinner
posed throwing a HI
looking t h e Hudson River. S h e
P r e p a r e Forntn Now a n d Mall On Op Before M a r c h f B
B e l l m r t SfirHnl Reserve
HARRY GROH
JOHN P. STREB
for I t a l i a n s a t Camp S h a n k s . Mayspecializes in Infants, m o t h e r i n g
Whiskey
M. FRASCA & SON
said Nothing
6 Cedar Street
t h e m until they can say " d a " and 8 0 So. Broadway, Yonkers, N . Y ,
JOHN
P..STREB
•1/5 Q». $3,58
Pint $2.21 or Anthonv -Paino
120 Main Street, Dobb« Vertj
W e h.iv.
and womtit).!.
Tel: YOnkers 3-6610
(Near B r o a d w a y )
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and I hit
t o six m o n t h s or so.
$1,784 DONATED
IN FIRST WEEK
TO WAR FUND
Taxi Stand Ordinance Js
Adopted By Village Board
LARGE GROUP
OF REGISTRANTS
PA&S PHYSICALS
Eight Inducted
Into Armed Forces
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ARDSLEY GAVE
$216 TO POLIO
FUND DRIVE
SGLHSPilZ GETS AIR MEDAL
IN ENGLAND
Lt. Vito Barbieri
Talks At Rotary
Frances Tino
Is Engaged^
Keilings Married
By Rev, A. Feare
V>
5 Local Soldiers In France Laud Paino
For Banning Italian P. W. Dinner
Mrs. Pellegrino Is Champion Foster
Mother, Boarding 88 Children In 13 Yrs.
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[ Thomas P. Oussanil
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