WEEKLY CIRCULATION 2100 CIRCULATES AMONG THE HOMES OF PUTNAM COUNTY AND IS DEVOTED TO ITS PEOPLE T E N PAGES THIS WEEK
Volume 97. No. 41.
Established Way Back in 1841. CARMEL, • N, Y., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 9, 1939.
JUSTICE EDW. BYRNE Schools to Have NO P
Red Cross Aids Chilean 'Quake Victims
DIES IN FLORIDA Spring Music Festival NAMED FOR PUTNAM
lZn riS^LiMany Motor Accidents Reported
Immediately after the earthquake in Chile, George E. Smith,
American Red Cross Field Director stationed with the Army at HAD SUMMER H O M E IN CARMEL
It was announced that there will
be a Spring Festival of Music by the
Putnam county schools during May.
in Putnam During the Week-end
TERMS WILL END MAR. 30, 1941
the Panama Canal Zone, was sent by plane to the scene of dis- It will be conducted by and through
aster, with a large consignment of emergency medical and sur- New York Jurist, Noted as Docket the sponsorship of the Putnam Coun- Appointment of 66 Persons by Gov.
ty Music Supervisors' Association,
gical supplies. He reported that the need was so great for vac- Cleaner, Succumbs to Heart Ail- which consists of the music depart-
Lehman Filed with County Clerk Four Escape as Car Falls From Car as She
cines, serums, powdered milk, ether, chloroform and medicines ment at Miami. ments of the public schools of the Before Whom They Qualify.
that to date four airplane loads and two consignments by ship county. Plunges Off Parkway Tries to Close Door
have been sent to the stricken area, and 500 Army tents for Justice Edward J. Byrne, of the The officers of the newly formed as-
sociation are: A list of 66 residents of Putnam
emergency shelter are to follow from Balboa, Canal Zone. A White Plains family of four, in-
county appointed notary public by On Sunday a pair of shoes was
New York State Supreme Court, 2nd cluding two young sons, escaped death found on Route 22 near the Sodom
President — Harold Knapp, of
The American Red Cross has made a direct contribution of Judicial District (Long Island and Brewster.
Gov. Lehman for a two year term
or serious injury at 3:30 o'clock Sun- dam, north of Brewster; near them
$10,000 to the Chilean Red Cross, and the supplies already sent Staten Island), who had a summer Vice-president—Mrs. Helen Hopkin- ending March 30, 1941, was filed with
day afternoon when a sedan, operat- was a pool of frozen blood and a mass
amount to the value of an additional $10,000. President Roose- home in Carmel, died of a heart ail- son, of Cold Spring. ed by Mrs. Caroline Hagen, 46, of 11 of blonde hair. It first appeared that
County Clerk Barrett this week before
Secretary—Reuben Klinger, of Car- Lyon Place, White Plains, skidded on a serious crime had been committed.
whom each must qualify.
velt has issued a statement to the Nation, calling attention' to the ment early Tuesday, Feb. 7, 1939, at mel. the ice near Tompkins Corners, What was more ' suspicious, there
tragic situation, and asking all who can do so to help. Any con- his winter home in Miami, Fla. He The list follows:
Treasurer—Wilbur DeVries, of Lake mounted a three-foot rock wall and were no signs of an auto accident in
tribution, however small, will be gratefully accepted and will be was sixty-four years old, and had Mahopae. Mahopae Falls, I plunged 20 feet over a bank. the vicinity.
forwarded at once to National Headquarters for transmittal to been seriously ill for more t h a n four I t is intended to hold this music George P. Agor, William Breeze, Her husband, William Hagen, 50, of Upon investigation by Trooper
Chile. months. Doris A. Edes, Harold E. Wright.
festival on the first Thursday in May 'H Lyon Place, White Plains, was the Ficke it was learned that Miss Gene-
Justice Byrne's wife, the former Dr. a t the Haldane Central school in Lake Peekskill. only one injured. He suffered lacer- vieve Stucklen, 18, of Beaver Brook:
Contributions may be sent to the Branch Chairmen, whose Maryland Burns, of Glen Cove, L. I., Gold Spring. All of the bands, glee
Johii C. Allen.
ations of the right side of the head Heights, Danbury, was injured about
names appear below, or direct to the Treasurer of the Putnam was a t his bedside when he died.. Al- clubs and chorus groups of the vari- and abrasions and contusions of the 3 o'clock Sunday morning when she
so surviving are his daughter, Mary; ous schools will participate. Lu dingtonville. nose and both legs. He was attended fell from a moving automobile.
County Chapter, George F. Agor, of Mahopae Falls, N. Y. a stepson .by a former marriage, Rob- o—— — Adelaide Appel, George Benjamin by# Dr. Hyman Millman, of Lake Mo- The young woman told Corporal
Branch, Chairmen: ert Byrne; and his brother, Dr. John Griffeth, Jr., .Mae Elizabeth Griff eth hegan Richard F. Ficke, of the Brewster
Apparently no one saw the acci- barracks, t h a t she was attempting to
Mrs. A. F. Lobdell, Brewster.
B. Byrne, Jr., all of Brooklyn.
Justice Byrne was appointed to the FISH & GAME ASSOC. Brewster.
dent. Mrs. Lyon told Sergeant Brit- close the rear door of the moving se-
Bessie . Axford, Herbert S. Bell, J o - ton, of Peekskill, t h a t she was driv- dan when she fell from the car, suf-
Mrs. Clayton Ryder, Carmel. Supreme Court by former Governor
Mrs. Francis C. Dale, Cold Spring. Alfred E. Smith on Nov. 15, 1927, to
fill the unexpired term of the late
TO LIMIT TROUT TAKE seph Patrick Brandon, George Her- ing north on the Taconic Parkway. fering lacerations and multiple abra-
bert Cornell, Margaret Farrell, Ella On the steep hill leading into Tomp- sions of the head, body and limbs.
Mrs. George Westcott, Mahopae. D. Fitzmorris, James Lawrence Gav- kins " Corners, the car struck an icy She said the right rear door was rat-
William J. Kelly, presiding justice of aghan, Joseph C. Genovese, Harold L.
Mrs. Frank C. Genpvese, Patterson. the Appellate Division, Brooklyn. He 3 PER DAY IN LAKE GLENEIDA Jackson, Heloulse S. Jones, Mildred spot and started to skid. She said tling, partly open, and as she pushed
was elected to a full term on the that she was driving slowly a t the the handle, the door swung open, ev-
Colonel Taylor Belcher, Garrison. Democratic ticket in November, 1928.
W. Lrithrop, Margaret Kathleen Mul- time and thought she had the car idently from the force of the wind,
ligan, Gaetano Piazza, Dorothy D.
Justice Byrne was born in Brook- Complete Incorporation at Meeting: Richie, Theodore Koerner Schaefer, under control after the first skid. But and pulled her out into the road.
lyn March 25, 1874, the son of the late then it went into a second skid. o- •
Friday. Annual Dinner at Gipsy ! Daniel E. Stannard, Edward D. S t a n -
Cold Spring Man Aqueduct Worker J o h n B. Byrne, who was for many
years chief clerk of the Appellate Di- Trail on March 21.
The car veered across the road to
nard, Sarah Lois Thorp, J. Ralph the west side of the highway and Arrested After Crash
Truran, Clifford B. Tuttle, Gladys M. struck a bank of frozen snow, which
Hurt in Auto Crash Gets $296 More vision, 2nd department. He attend-
ed P. S. 13, Brooklyn, a n d was grad-
Vanderburgh. had been pushed back from the road-
T h e regular monthly meeting of Mahopae. bed and against the three-foot rock Swinging to the left of the traffic
uated from Polytechnic institute- in
FISHKILL — Robert McCaffrey, 27, Pound still to be suffering disabil- 1893 and from the Brooklyn Law the Putnam County Fish and Game Harry M. Barrett, Edwin Albro wall. The snow was strong enough islandRoutethe22intersectionafternoon at
of Route 6
-Cold Spring, was critically injured a t ity from a n aqueduct accident at Ma- school in 1899. His education had Association was held a t the Court Branch, Raymond B. Costello, Rccco to support the weight of the car, and 3:50 o'clock resulted in a ticket for
4:45 o'clock Thursday afternoon in hopae January 8, 1938, Sam Sprague, ;been interrupted by service in the House last Friday evening. The first Faillace, Edith Adelaide Jennings, the machine went over the wall.
the~head-on' collision of .two automo- of Brewster, was granted an addition- Spanish-American War with old matter of importance to come before Herbert Noble,. Jr., Frank G. W. Oak- The car landed on its left side but Martin Hovick, whose address was
biles on route 9, near Garrison. Re- al $296.33 in Workmen's Compensation Troop C, later the 1st New York Cav- the meeting was the reading and ley. fortunately there was no fire. The. given as McDermott street, Danbury.
moved to Peekskill hospital, McCaff- Court a t Peekskill last Friday by Ref- alry. presentation of Incorporation papers occupants, including two sons, 12 and Corporal Edwin Draisey \said the
rey was found to ;be suffering with a eree Arthur Gagnon. He was admitted to the bar in 1899, as drawn up for the association by 14, managed to orawl out from the Danbury sedan crashed into a sedan
Donald Bernard Berrigan, Henry O. owned and operated by Harry P. Wil-
fracture a t the base of the skull, con- Mr. Sprague had previously been and began to practice with the law Attorney Willis H. Ryder. T h e . a s s o - Clauss, Jr., Imogen James Dale, Ar- wreck and climbed back u p to the liams, of Crosby avenue, North
cussion of the brain, and other injur- allowed $340. Rocks which fell down Arm of' Cullen & Dykeman, Brook- ciation voted unanimously to incor- highway. They were picked up by a
ies. Because of his serious condition, Shaft 10, Mahopae, January 8, 1933, lyn. He was counsel for the Met- porate and after the regular routine deanus Roderick Free, Herman Max motorist who turned them over to Brewster. Williams, the state police
Haar, Charles M.
Coroner Logan and District Attorney caused Mr. Sprague a ruptured kid- ropolitan Street Railway Company of signatures the document was Glick, Adrian James C. Selleck, Sadie Sergeant Britton, who took the in- corporal said, attempted to avoid the
Donohoe started a n immediate in- ney, two broken vertebrae and an in- for several years, and was president sworn to and sent to Albany where Selleck, Frederick jured m a n to the office of Dr. Mill- crash,- but skidded on the icy pave-
quest which was adjourned pending jury to the left side, according to a of the Brooklyn Bar Association from it will be recorded according to the Cretelli. man. ment.
the production of further testimony. 1923 until his appointment to the laws of the State of New York. A Baldwin Place. T h e car was hauled out this morn- Hovick was ordered to appear be-
medical report. >»
The grant was $20 weekly for the bench. He also served as vice-presi- resolution was read and adopted t h a t Louis Spafford Browri; Margaret ing by a wrecking crew. It was a fore Justice William H. Baker, Wed-
According to Sergeant Jadoga of; dent of the American Bar Association henceforth the limit of trout to be Elizabeth Pulver. 1933 Plymouth coach. nesday evening at 7 o'clock.
the state police here, McCaffrey was a period from last November 26 to yes- and was a member of the New York taken from Lake Gleneida shall be The Hagens operate a grocery store o
passenger in a northbound car, owned terday. The case was continued. Kent Cliffs.
by Edna A. Claus, Nelsonville, and Employer was the • W. C. Callahan
State' Bar Association. three per person per day.
Justice Byrne was married three this can become effective, however,
Edward Seaman Crowell.
in White Plains.
operated by Royal S. Claus, which was Construction Company. Carmel.
Cleveland Barrett, Taconic State times. His first wife, the former legislation to this effect must be " Smashes Fence
in collision with the southbound car passed in Albany. Another resolu-
of Mrs. Agnes D. Mitchell, Union City, Park commission; continue previous Margaret Rooney, died m a n y years tion pertaining to Lake Gleneida Donegan, Phyllis Palmer Dusenbury,
Herman C. Dochtermann, John W. Car Skids, Overturns
N. J., operated by Peter J. Mitchell. award to read, $8 weekly for October- • ago. He was married to Alma Mor-
Also injured in the crash were Mrs. 27, 1938, to last Friday. rison in 1925, and she died three years which passed was t h a t & new screen Ernest W. Greene, Bradford EHock Bernard Schxenauer, 44, of Dyke- An automobile owned by H. G.
Mitchell, 34, laceration of the forehead^ o- later. Justice Byrne and Dr. Burns be placed a t the outlet to prevent Clayton Ryder, Willis H. Ryder, Nel- mans, escaped injury late Saturday Hab'e, of 4726 Park avenue, Bronx,
were married on J u n e 19, 1929. the trout from going over into Reser- lie Virginia Sloat, Thomas Manning afternoon when a sedan h e was driv- was damaged a t 4:20 o'clock Sunday
cuts on the legs and rib fractures;
Mr. Mitchell, laceration of the fore- Commuters Don't Funeral services will be held Satur- voir D. Townsend. ing skidded on_ an icy p a r t of the afternoon when the driver, Louise
head; a n d Mary Landolfl, 24, TJuion day a t 10 a. m. a t St. Francis Xavier Garrison. highway and overturned on Route 22, Barry,, of 2099 Webster avenue,
City, laceration of the right ear and Like "Engine-Car" Roman Catholic church, Sixth ave- President O'Neil read a letter from
J o h n P. Donohoe, John Forson,, about three miles north of Brewster. Bronx, lost control of the car on Mc-
injured right shoulder. nue and Carroll street, Brooklyn. the Secretary of the Bureau of Arthur H. Walsh, J r . . ~* Corporal Edwin A. Draisey said Cabe's hill, Garrison.
Game, Gardner Bump, to the effect the sedan was owned by Henry H a r - . Miss Barry was proceeding south
Trooper Campbell who investigated
On Tuesday morning ten commut- Burial Brooklyn. at Holy Cross, ceme- t h a t rk> individual or organization in
tery, Patterson. berber, of Dykemans. The vehicle on the Albany Post road, but failed
the accident said h e was told that ers a t Ardsley hoarded the 8:31 train t h e state of New York would receive Clarence White Knowles, Walter W. was righted a n d towed away. to make a left turn in the road. The
Mitchell, fearing a crash was immin- for New York equipped with- gas A few years ago Judge Byrne pur-
any cottontail rabbits this year due Moberg, Laura H. Simpson, William —. o car, a Franklin sedan, crashed into a
ent had stopped his car, when it was masks in protest against the use of chased the Livingston place a t t h s to a n epidemic • of "rabbit fever" O. Taylor. guard rail fence, tearing down one
hit by t h e Claus car. Claus was ar- a gasoline-motored combination en- south end of Lake Gleneida for a throughout the West. Since the New Deer Runs Into concrete post and a section of the
rested on a reckless driving charge gine-passenger car on the P u t n a m Di- summer home and the (family had Adams Corners.
York State rabbit is nearly 100% free fence.
and was granted a n adjournment by vision of the New York Central Rail- spent their summers here since then. from this disease a t the present time, Harry G. Sllleck. Path of Auto
- Justice of the Peace Christian until road. He was a member of many organi- No one was injured. State Troop-
it is deemed wiser to have fewer of Nelsonville.
Feb. 15. Claus suffered a scalp lacer- The demonstration Tuesday morn- zations and clubs including the Car- them than to take any chances of Ralph Allen Smith.
er Dagenhardt of Fishklll Barracks
ation a n d cuts on his right knee. ing in this quiet little suburb was mel Country Club. replenishing the stock with diseased A buck deer was badly injured a t investigated the accident.
Earlier in the afternoon near the staged after eight months of verbal
12:35 o'clock Monday morning on the o
-o rabbits. It might be added t h a t this
Albany Post road, near Cold Spring,
same spot cars of Marcus Rothsteln, protests against the "stinky," as the' disease is fatal to humans and can
SUPERVISORS OPPOSE when it was struck by an autniobile Car and Truck Collide
Astoria, and Jessie Bell, Osslnlng, one-car train Is called.
sideswlped, but no one was injured. The commuters also object to the
Play at Haldane be acquired easily while cleaning a
rabbit, especially If you have a scratch
driven by Harold Lyon, of 309 North
avenue, New Rochelle.
o coal stove which heats the car in win-
ter time and which sends off such .School*on Saturday on your hand.
The annual dinner of the associa-
STATE REALTY TAX A passenger car owned by Festus
Lyon telephoned to the State Po- Eastwood, of Brewster, and a truck
Judge A. H. Seeger fumes, it is claimed that passengers "You Asked for It," a new comedy, tion will be held on the evening of l i c e ' a t Fishklll and said he was pro- owned by the Greenport Feed Com-
ceeding south on the Post road, when pany, of Brooklyn, collided near the
are made sick by the trip to New will be given in the Haldane Central March 21st at the Gipsy Trail Club,
Presented with Medal York City daily. school auditorium Saturday evening, the place having been changed from
AS PROPOSED BY GOV. LEHMAN the deer darted from the side of the Junction of Route 22 and the Mill-
r o a d - i n t o the p a t h of his, car. He town road on Thursday last. Joseph
The New York papers spread the February 11, for the benefit of the the Forest House as previously a n -
news and some carried pictures of the' Haldane Civics Club. struck it and knocked it down. He re- Chrisasello, who was riding in the
NEW YORK\—Judge Albert H. F. masked passengers. nounced. -The program which will Adopt Resolution Urging Defeat of ported that the accident had broken Eastwood car, suffered bruises, but not
Seeger, official referee and retired Mrs. Margaret Galligan of the include noted speakers is now being two of the-deer's legs.
o school faculty is in charge of a r - arranged. Any Bill Offered to Carry Out of a serious nature. The icy condition
Supreme court justice, was presented Arrangements have been State Trooper Dagenhardt shot the of the roads was the cause of the ac-
Boy Scout Dinner in rangements. made to accommodate 160 people and This Form of Revenue.
the Orange County medal for distin- deer. cident.
guished service a t the annual dinner The given
Mt. Kisco on March 22 munityplay will be.Guild by the "Com- number.
Players" Company of
the tickets will be limited to that
of the Orange County Society of At a meeting Wednesday the board
New York Saturday night at the The dinner committee for the third New York city. Featured in the cast o of supervisors passed a resolution op-
Waldorf-Astoria hotel. At the same annual dinner of .the 4th district met is lively Eileen Drury, Hollywood star- Mahopae Man Lost 25
time the Dutchess County Society in Wednesday night, February 1st, to let, who returned to Broadway for
posing any levy on real estate to help Soil Conservation Cold Sprint Man
New York was having Its annual make the preliminary plans for the this season, and I. Robert Reiner of Hours While Sea Fishing meet the state budget as proposed by Committee Meetings Killed in Spain
Gov. Lehman. This action is In line
dinner in another part of the hotel. dinner to be held in March. The date the Little Theatre of the Air and the Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Buckingham,
Midnight Oasis programs. Other Mrs. I. Canfleld and Miss Eleanor with that taken by various real estate
Judge Seeger, 78, has been a mem- will be March 22, the place the Legion member* Include Janice Hart and boards and taxpayers' associations in-
ber of the Orange county bar for 59 hall, Mt. Kisco, the time 7:30 p. m. Mary Abemathy, (favorites hi lead- Buckingham, of Scarsdale and Laurel cluding those in Putnam county. There will be a meeting of the soil WASHINGTON —"Killed in action"
C. B. White, the chairman, announced
years. His first public service was~as ing stock companies, and Thomas
Lodge, Mahopae, Tiavb just returned The resolution adopted by the su- conservation committee held in P a t - is the cryptic reply received by Rep-
assistant district attorney of Orange that a well known speaker will be Dale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis C. from a month's vacation and visit to pervisors follows: terson Grange Hall on Tuesday, Feb. resentative Hamilton Fish, who asked
county, and from that post he moved there. Tickets will be^^ou^iiale this Dale, of Cold Spring, and graduate St. Petcrsburgh, Florida. They were 14, a t one p. m. The purpose of the the S t a t e Department to determine the
successively to district attorney, coun- week by all scoutmasters and t.roon of Hal+anc in the class of 1932, Vir- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dixon WHEREAS, the Governor of the whereabouts, of Ralph Wilkinson
ty Judge, Supreme court Justice, mem- committeemen. The price is to be one ginia Schau.s, Robert Blake, Helen while in the South. State of New York has submitted to meeting Is to explain the 1939 soil Wardlaw after friends In Cold Spring
ber of the Appellate Division, Second dollar. Dupree, and Dolores Drury, younger While in St. Petersburgh, Mr. the Legislature of this State for adop- program to the farmers and all others became worried over long delay In
department, and finally official ref- Mr. White has on his committee: sister of Eileen. Buckingham and .some friends were tion a State budget of the stupendous Interested. receiving word from Wardlaw fighting
eree. He was named official referee A. T. Baldwin, M. L. Peipoiv. O. R last while deep sea fishing. They ran sum Of $411,682,122.00 for 1939-1940, Another meeting of the committee with the Loyalists In Spain.
subsequent to his compulsory retire- House, Thomas Graham, H. H Park, The play Is directed by Jay Coret out of gasoline some thirty miles out and
who ts well known in New York and to sea In the Gulf of Mexico, and were will be held at the Firemen's Hall, Colonel Fish called on the diplo-
ment a t the age of 70, from the Su- J. Cooney and C. Dcxhelmer.
preme court bench eight years ago. — o •
WHEREAS, the Governor
on the Pacific Coast. "You Asked for rescued - .some twenty-five hours later posed as one of the methodshas pro- Carmel, Wednesday evening, Feb. 15, matic forces to aid after receiving a
It" Is a story about a young man who When a call was Issued to the Coast finance said budget, a direct levyhelp at 7:30 o'clock.
request from Miss Ruth A. Stephenson.
Rep. Fish Would Decrease
B. Brevoort Removed wants a family of his own and sud- Guard Air Base by the wife of the. real property of One Dollar per One
denly has a wild lKnisohoki thrust Captain of the lost boat. On the trip Thousand Dollars of assessed valua- o
Secretary of State Cornell Hull In-
formed the congressman that the At\
Interest Rate to VeU. To Bronx Hospital upon him by an exasperated father in however, to compensate for the dilem- tion, and
need of a real. DAR Hears Talk on erlcan Consulate General in M c A > m
reported WardlAw died 1HI h*^» n (An
ma, there were six hundred and fifty WHEREAS, such a tax would take official report of the TotwU-wtr1 iBftth
Representative Hamilton Fish in- Benjamin H. Brevoort, Poughkeep- pounds of fish caught.
from the tax pftyers of this County Old Glass and China has been r e v e s t e d frttfii!! Bp^H si) |ftji-
troduced on Monday a bill to amend ste attorney, was removed to the
the World War Veteran*' Act of 1024. Klngabridge Veterans' hospital In the
Putnam Water Bill Mahopae Hospital Not«a
approximately $33,000.00 per annum,
thorltles, Colonel Fish fikU&liii'
, -o.iiJlipi I ill
by reducing the rate of interest on Bronx this morning, seriously 111. Mrs. The February meeting of Enoch
loans to veteran* secured by Govern- Brevoort, who disclosed the removal Passes the Assembly WHEREAS, it Is the opinion of this
• On Friday last Nathaniel 8mlth, a Board that It Is for the good of our Crosby Ohnpter D. A. R. held on S a t - Weather of thi'iW«<
ment life Insurance policies, from <% of her husband to the hospital, said resident of Mahopae Mines, was treat- form of society and government t h a t urday at Brewster Library w a s ' a t -
to ay,1?- per annum. he was in a serious condition, suffer- A special act to protect Putnam ed at the hospital for a foreign body the ownership of real property should tended by sixty members and guests We have had several clouc1 r ft id
The Government, which is charging ing from a (rail bladder ailment and county against any farther encroach- which lodged in his left eye. not be further discouraged by in- and proved very interesting. A busi- stormy days during the weei, [On
veterans 6% Interest on loan* on arthritis. She said he had been con- ment upon HA territory for water On Saturday Rev. Stewart J. Veach creaAtng the burden of tAxatlon on ness meeting was held first, then the Monday morning there was i > ATwW
their Insurance polities, csn borrow fined to his home almost cooUnoous- supply by any municipality located was treated for a dog bite injuring real property, and speaker, Miss Ruth Kurt.?., gave a talk fall of about four Inches on the
the money under 3 % . ly for the pj,st six weeks. Mr. Bre- outside of this county has passed the his right hand. The palm was con- WHEREAS, It Is also the opinion of on old glass ami china. She had a grand.
As of Deoembcr 31, 1938. the total voort Is * mesmber of the Dutch eas Assembly and awaits a. similar proc- siderably torn and he received a small this Board t h a t governmental expen- dlsptay of glass and china as did sev- Bestow are the thermometer read-
number of loans outs tend Ins to vet- County Bar Association, ess in the 8enate. laceration o n the bock of the right ditures should not be Increased but eral mesnbers. Delicious refresh- ings for the week as recorded In the
erans were approximately 190,000, on Assemblyman Steplvcns had charge hand as well. should be decreased thereby decreas- ments were served by Brewster mem- office of the City Water Supply in
Insurance policies valued at $147,000,- bers, ,
Sunday Adelbert Adams, twelve ing tAxatlon and Increasing the flow this village:
000. T h e amount of Interest paid on B. P. White Heads Milk of the bill In the Assembly and Sen-
ator Ryan, fathered the bill In the year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Herberi of money Into private enterprise and „ o High Ix>w Rain
these Joans., a t 6%. Is approximately Senate. Adams, ot Carmel, was brought to U\ thus relieving the unemployment and Judge Patterfion to Thursday, Feb. 2 JS 14 032
K>,000,000 annuAlty. If thU U reduced Producers' Assoc. \
The bill requires thc# approval of hospital after ft .skating accident T)>e welfare problems of this State and Its Friday, Feb. 3 38 30 063
from e% to %%<%, as proposed In the the Board of Supervisors and con- young man received bad cut on his various subdrvbdom, Now Therefore It Be Promoted By F. D. R. Saturday, Feb. 4 33 27
bill Introduced by Mr. Fish. It would At the annual meeting of the Met- curred in by the local legislative bod< chin and required three sutures to Is Sunday. Feb. 5 37 9
moan a aaving to the veterans of ap- ropolitan Certified Milk Producers' of the town or village in which the close the wound. RESOLVED that this Board r e - Washington, D. O.. Feb. 8--Presl- Monday, Feb. 6 39 1.1 03.1
proximately »4,000,ooO annually. Association held in New York on water rights or casesnents proposed spectfully requcV<U Aasemblvman D. dent Roosevelt has decided to pro- Tuesday, Feb. 7 .40 57
. .<>. ,— Tuesday, Burton P. White was elect- to be required are located. The ewe flock may get some of MallortrStephens and Senator Allen mote Federal Judge Robert Porter Wednesday, Feb. 8 44 1.1
Judging contests for adulta, young ed president to succeed Dr. John O. This Is the answer to the express their feed In the field In an open win- R j w r t o use every effort to defeat any Patterson, of Garrison. N. V., a World
farmers and 4-R Club members are Hardenburjth. desire of Westchester county to build ter, or they may be fed some low- measure Introduced In the lycgtslature War hero, appointed by
President February Is none too early to fill
an annual featufre at Cornell's Farm It was a joint, meeting with the Cer- one or more reservoirs In Putnam grade roughage. Legume hay, how- of the State of New York proposing Hoover, to the vacancy created by the out seed orders and to <W.USR with
and Home Week a t Ithaca, February tified Milk Producers of America, a t county to supply potable water for Its ever, should be the basts of most ra- any direct levy or additional tAx on retirement of Circuit Judge Martin T. the family the home vegetable t a r -
JS to IS thl* fear. the Hotel Roosevelt. el ties. tions for New Yosts farm flocks. real property. .Mahton, of New York. de« for 1939.
Thomas M. Tryniski
309 South 4th Street
Fulton New York