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Kingston company, Poughkeepsie, gen­

eral contractors, reported.

Brick laying has progressed to a

point where steel Is needed for the

window frames. The necessary steel

equipment has not arrived because of

delays encountered under the defense

program.

The new addition is 64 feet long, 40

feet wide and three stories high. It

is being built at the southwest corner

of the present structure.

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Emergency Hospital

Benefits By Bridge

Card Party at Mahopac Country Club

Attracts Nearly 200 to the Most

Successful Event of Its Kind. Prizes

Were Donated for Each Table.

The Twelfth Annual Card Party of,

. and for the benefit of the Mahopac

erick G. Schmidt of Rye, who had; Hospital was held at the

a County Supervisor, to the *1°;- Mah0pac Golf Club on Thursday,

at " July 31st. There were about two

ladles present at the affair

a year finance post he was vacat

and to reappoint Welfare Commis-

er Ruth Taylor, County Attorney

im A. Davidson, Public Works

jmissioner Charles H. Sells and

udget Commissioner William B. Fol-

er, who had served under'Mr. Bleak-

In a statemnet to the Supervisors

Gerlach said he would continue

policies established by his pred-

JT and that he believed public ex-

dltures in Westchester should be

ept at a minimum so that tax colleot-

ons for national defense would not be

fiopardized.

Mr. Gerlach, who is 50 years old,

ormerly was supervisor of Ossining

and for several years has been an at­

torney for John D. Rockefeller, Jr.

and other Hudson Valley residents.

His appointment this afternoon was by

a vote of 81 to 5, some members of

the Democratic minority opposing him

luse of the County Executive cand­

idacy in November of Schuyler B.

atterson, Democrat.

Bleakley Issues Report

Mr. Bleakley completed his work as

unty Executive by filing a 3,000-

ord report on his reorganization of

estchester's "arohiac government" to

e form specified in the new charter.

"I leave the office of County Execu-

ve with no pledge unfulfilled; were

t otherwise I would not resign," he

adding that his first year had

i devoted to departmental reor-

ition, his second to budgetary re­

forms and his third to remedial leg­

islation.

As a foremost accomplishment Mr.

Bleakley listed his reduction of the

county debt from $106,000,000 to $00,-

000,000, with a saving of $645,000 an­

nually in interest. He then listed the

overlapping governments of West­

chester's cities, towns and villages,

contending that further reforms should

be accomplished for the benefit of

taxpayers.

"Westchester has been prone to live

the glory of the past, but we must

consider the realities of the present

day," he said. "What we did in the

past we are paying for now at a time

when we are least able to bear the

burden. The greatest asset of West­

chester is real estate. The load that

it bears must be light. The people of

this county must realise that to ac­

hieve the desired result, the towns,

villages and cities must curtail their

operating costs.

There should be a consolidation of

local governments. The greatest ob-

tacle lies in the local pride of the in­

dividual residents. If the people of the

county are willing to pay for this

pride, then they should cease to com­

plain about their tax burden,"

The Airport Question

At a Board of Supervisors monthly

business meeting this afternoon a

New York City committee representing

Mayor La Guardia filed a report op­

posing the proposed use for an air-

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Judge Brady Buys

McMarrow Estate

Charles P. McMorrow has recently

sold his attractive country home in

the Town of North Salem, Westchester

hundred

which took the form of a Desse

Bridge which was served prior to the

playing of cards. The dessert consist­

ed of dainty meringue shells filled

with vanilla ice cream covered with

chocolate sauce served on leaf foliage

decorated plates. There was also coffee.

The young ladies assisting in serving

were: The Misses Marcella Smith,

Janet Kellogg, Ray Marshall, Lois

Cole, Helen Clark, Bridget Lansbury,

Phyllss Cole, Barbara Knapp, Virginia

Knapp, Ellen McOwen, Patricia Han­

son and Laura Spain. The center

piece decoration of gladioli was ar­

ranged and donated by the Old Trolley

Greenhouses.

Every table of which there were fifty

had a prise for the highest score

iwhlch was a com** 1 "***"", rubber lined

utility bag.

The winner of the twenty-five dol­

lar merchandise credit at Best 4c Com­

pany was won by. Mrs. Therese Bauer

of lake Shore Drive, Lake Secor with

(No. 497. The door prise of a Glass

Photo frame was won by Mrs. H. B.

Finnegan of Lake Mahopac, while the

Card Table which was donated was

won by Mrs. C. T. Wilson of Lake

Boulevard, Lake Mahopac

The gross amount received from the

sale of tickets to date will be better

than $800.00 it was reported which is

considerably better than that of last

year

Those present at the popular bene­

fit party were:

Miss L. E. Austin, Mahopac; Mrs.

Gridley Adams, Mahopac Falls; Mrs.

Louie Anderson, Mahopac Ridge; Het-

ta Alexander, Lake Mahopac; Mrs. J.

C. Agor, Mahopac; Mrs. Lloyd L.

Archer, Jefferson Valley; Mrs. Stanley

Adams, Carmel; Mrs. E. 6. Agor, Ma-

LeMonte Austin,

WEDDED

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Adrian-Ferris

The marriage of Miss Gloria Marie

Ferris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl

L. Ferris, of Ferris Avenue, Danbury,

Conn., to Mr. Joseph Michael Adrian,

3rd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M.

Adrian, of Brewster, N. Y., took place

Saturday morning, August 2, 1941, at

11 o'clock, at St. Peter's Church, Dan-

bury, with the Rev. John J. Kennedy,

P. R., performing the ceremony and

celebrating the nuptial high mass.

The bride was given in marriage by

her father. Her sister, Miss Jeanne

Ferris, was mald-of-honor. The brides­

maids were Miss Marie Femand, a

cousin of the bride, and Miss Marguer­

ite Adrian, of Brewster, N. Y., sister

of the bridegroom. Miss Maureen

Ferris, sister of the bride, was flower

girl.

Mr. Richard Adrian, of Brewster, N.

Y., was best man for his brother, and

the ushers were Mr. Donald Mc­

Laughlin and Mr. William Lyons, of

New York City.

,e bride wore a gown of iyo

slippet^satln with cut rose poin^TTace

and a sw^atheart neckjJnp^Her illus­

ion veil was ca*jght""frt*TKe crown witn

orange blotsomgTTSha.carried a white

pray^lSook with ribbonsireamers and

orchids.

maid-of-honor, bridesmaids

flower^glrkwere HrMtBH In JMMEfiatta

and net BOWBMHMB hel Queen Mary

of Scot borjJrttsoulHn ad •Jrttti forget-

me-notwfhey carried baskeT"bQUQjl£t.s

adloll fleurettes.

A reception for one hundred and

fifty guests took place immediately

following the ceremony, at the Out­

post Inn, Rldgefleld.

Mr. and Mrs. Adrian left on a wed­

ding trip to Maine. The bride's travel­

ling costume was a yellow suit with

red accessories.

The bride, a graduate of Danbury

High School, was a professional model

for John Powers, of New York City,

for some time. She has also done free

lance modeling In New York and is

popular in amateur theatrical circles

in Danbury.

Mr. Adrian Is a sergeant stationed

at Fort Devens, Mass. He Is a graduate

of Loyola Preparatory School, of New

York City, and attended . Georgetown

University, Washington, D. C.

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R*tchford-O*0onnor X

The marriage of Miss May O'Connor,

daughter of Patrick O'Connor, of

Brewster, N. Y„ and the late May

Bailey O'Connor, to Dr. Matthew F.

Ratchford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Matt­

hew S. Ratchford, of 52 South Street,

Danbury, Conn., took place Saturday,

August 2, 1941, in Standish, Me.

Mrs. Ratchford was graduated in

1933 from Elmira College and did post

graduate work at Columbia. She is a

member of the faculty of Central High

School in Purdys, N. Y.

Dr. Ratchford graduated from Tufts

Dental College in 1927 and received his

master's degree hi oral surgery at

'Northwestern University, Chicago.

He practices oral surgery at 145

Main Street, Danbury, and is consult­

ant on oral surgery at Danbury hos­

pital.

Mrs. LeMonte Austin, Dr. and Mrs. Ratchford will make

Falls; Miss Alice Arnold, their home at Hundred Acre Farm,

Dingle Ridge, Brewster, N. Y.

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ChiraseDo- Jones

WEDDED

The marriage of Miss Delia Jones,

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles

Jones, of Brewster, New York, and Mr.

Nicholas Chirasello, of Brewster, N. Y.,

took place on Saturday, August 2, 1941

at the Congregational Church, Schulz-

ville, N. Y. The Reverend Frier, pastor

of the church performed the ceremony

in the presence of a small company of

relatives and friends. The bride and

bridegroom were attended by Mr. and

Mrs. Wilkin Mead, of Brewster, N. Y.

Among those present were Mr. and

Mrs. Charles Jones, Mr. and Mrs.

James Carollo, Miss Helen Chirasello

and Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Schutz, of

Brewster, N. Y. and Mr. John Chira­

sello. of Pleasant Valley, N. Y.

The couple will live with the John

Chirasellos of Pleasant Valley. . ..

William H. Lyon - ^

Marks 85 th Birthday

Smith-Bacon

One of the most brilliant weddings

of the current season took place Sat­

urday afternoon, August 2, 1041, at

4:30 o'clock when Miss Juliet Seeley

Bacon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John

Russell Bacon of 30 Deer Hill Avenue,

Danbury, Conn., became the bride of

Dr. Henry Lawrence Smith of Wall-

ingford, Pa., son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry

Lawrence Smith, of Wallingford, Pa,

at a home ceremony with the Rev.

Joseph H. Twitchell of Southport, of­

ficiating.

Miss Bacon was given in marriage

by her father and had as maid-of-

honor, her cousin, Miss Mariette

Arguimbau of Glenbrook. The brides­

maids were Miss Hannah Smith and

Miss Betty Smith of Wallingford, Pa.,

sisters of the bridegroom; Miss Nancy

Schoonmaker of Caldwell, N. J., Miss

Harriet Francis of West Orange, N. J,

Miss Elizabeth Hessenbruch of Wall­

ingford, Pa., Miss Betty Jane Brown of

[Middletown, Ohio, and Miss Jane

Green of Danbury.

Bancroft P. Smith of Wallingford,

Pa., was best man for his brother and

the ushers were Robert Anthony of

Forest Hills, N. Y., Rockwood Jenkins

of Schenectady, N. Y., Dr. Earl Wert,

r. Robert Wood and Dr. Carl Hed-

blow of Philadelphia, Pa., and Vincent

C. Arguimbau of Glenbrook, a cousin

of the bride.

The bride wore the gown of her late

grandmother, Maria Starr Hough,

which was of heavy ivory faille with

a tight basque, a long train and an

heirloom lace at the throat. She car­

ried a bouquet of white gladioli fleur­

ettes and bouvardia. The maid-of-

honor wore a gown of pale blue mar­

quisette of the Gibson girl type with

a three tiered skirt. She carried a

bouquet of yellow, orchid and purple

gladioli fleurettes. The bridesmaids

were dressed alike in pale yellow mar­

quisette of the Gibson girl type with

a three tiered skirt and they carried

bouquets of yellow, orchid and purple

gladioli fleurettes.

Ferns, palms and white gladioli dec­

orated the Bacon home^for the wed­

ding and the reception and an aisle,

outlined by palms, led from the stairs

to the place dr-tbe wedding ceremony.

Mrs. Bacon, mother of the bride

wore a multi-colored^ fiowered silk

gown and Mrs. Smith, mother of the

bridegroom, wore beige chiffon.

A reception for several hundred

people took place at the bride's home

tnmedlately following the ceremony.

Enzo comanda and his orchestra pro­

vided reception music.

Following the reception Mr. and

Mrs. Smith left on a wedding trip to

Maine with the bride wearing a dark

green linen suit with a white beret

and white accessories. They will be at

home to their friends at 930 Clinton

Btreet, Philadelphia, Pa, after Sep­

tember 1.

The bride, who is a granddaughter

of the late John W. Bacon, civil en­

gineer and railroad commissioner for

the New York, New Haven and Hart­

ford railroad and a great-great grand­

daughter of Avon Seeley, founder of

the City National Bank of Danbury, is

a graduate of the Knox Preparatory

school and Junior college of Coopers-

town. N. Y., and of the Philadelphia

School of Occupational Therapy in

Philadelphia, Pa.

Dr. Smith is the grandson of the

late Albert Pitkin, president of Amer­

ican Locomotive company and the

great-grandson of the late Caleb Pit­

kin, founder of Western Reserve col­

lege. His father, Henry Lawrence

Smith, has long been associated witn

the General Electric company. Dr.

Smith is a graduate of the College of

Wooster, Ohio and of

Clearpool To Hold

Street Fair, Benefit

Bobby Gallagher, "Boy Ambassador"

to South America Will Be Guest of

His Madison Square Boys Club

Companions in Kent on Aug. 9.

Putnam Recruits

Schedule Altered

Mahopac

Carmel, N. Y.

Mrs. H. B. Brock, Carmel; Mrs. F.

H. Barlow, Lake Mahopac; Mrs. Harry

Brady, Mahopac Falls; Mrs. W. C.

Bratton, Mahopac Falls; Mrs. Charles

iW. Barrett, Mahopac Falls; Mrs. Har­

old Beal, Brewster; Mrs. E. G. Baer,

Lake Mahopac; Mrs. D. H. Blanks,

Lake Mahopac; Mrs. Effie M. Blake,

Lake Mahopac; R. Birenberg, London,

England; Mrs. Wallace Barrett, Lake

Mahopac; Mrs. Ralph Brady, Lake

Mahopac; Mrs. Thomas J. Brady, Cro-

ton Falls; Mrs. Wendelin Brust, Lake

Mahopac; Mrs. Lee H. Ball, Lake Ma­

hopac; Mrs. C. L. Bloomer, Lake Ma­

hopac; Mrs. Horace Bullock. New

Fairfield, Conn.; Mrs. I. J. Beaudrias,

Mahopac; Mrs. James W. Bailey, Cold

Spring, N. Y.; Mrs. V. Bauer, Lake

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Commissions Open

To Medical Students

Third and fourth year medical and

dental students in Class A schools

who are selective service registrants,

physically and otherwise qualified, are

eligible for commissions as second

lieutenants in the Army and ensigns

in the Navy, it is announced.

Both the War and Navy Depart­

ments will expect those to whom com­

missions are issued to complete their

undergraduate studies in medicine

County, to Judge Thomas J. Brady land dentistry. It is further understood

and Mrs. Brady, of New York City. that upon their graduation, provided

The main dwelling is a charming the exigencies of the services permit,

Cape Cod Colonial built in the early they will be reappointed first lleuten-

leOO's and was remodeled several .ants in the Army, lieutenants (Junior M

years ago by the former owner. Other grade) in the Navy, volunteer, probat- ^ a director and occasionally attend, ^

buildings include a 4-room cottage ionary. Class H reserve, with provision meetings of the Bedford Farms Club \ e l *h.h?!!? fSLuwmf Jn

with all improvements and a 2-car for one year's interneship before be-; to renew acquaintances. He is a di-fjf^j 11 "" 1 " i , ' r S S

garage. The grounds containing 10 ing ordered to active duty. lrector of the Mt. Kisco National Bank!- 7ntrJJ? jf"*&. 0 2?Mhe'

acres are beautifully landscaped with) A recent survey by the Office of and Trust. | J^ e ^ltS?u? w^Lirin*^e ^ration

many fine old shade trees, shrubs and Production Management revealed im-1 All his relatives, except his brother. ao31e *""J U ""P"""* ie operauon

flower gardens and a sweeping lawn mediate need of about 9.000 medical uve in White Plains. They include aj 01 ^ / ° ~ . „.,__,„, .»,„.„•«.»,. «,*

leading to the unusual and attractive officers for the Army, Navy. Public lister. Mrs. Carrie L. Knox of the Some of the ' ^ ^ . ^ ^ J J J

swimming pool. Health Service and Veterans Admin-(Alexander Hamilton Apartments. ^ni l^\^^^Ltl? : l^ i ^i a ^!!^r

Judge Brady, a brother-in-law of jistration. Fulfillment of that need, it j two nephews, George L. Knox

William H. Lyon of 65 Prospect

Street. White Plains, well-known in

Northern Westchester, quietly observ­

ed his 85th birthday July 30. A formal

celebration of the event, attended by

relatives, was held on Sunday at the

home of his brother, Conant Lyon of

Crestwood.

Mr. Lyons, who was born in Bedford

Hills and lived for many years in

Brewster, N. Y., is physically

mentally alert. Every week he ap-

The-Gipsy-Trail Club of Carmel will

hold a street fair and carnival on the

club grounds Saturday evening, Aug­

ust 9, for the benefit fo the Clearpool

Camp of the Madison Square Boy.'

Club. The camp Is located on the

western slope of Smalley Mountain on

the Kent Cliffs road in Carmel. Pro­

ceeds of the event will be used to

maintain a camp cabin and keep it

filled with East Side boys from New

York City for the remainder of the

summer. The cabin accommodating 14

boys at one time will be known as

"Gipsy Trail Cabin."

Heading the committee in charge of

the fair is Mrs. Frederick A. Quanjer

of Gipsy Trail. A committee was en­

tertained at dinner at the Clearpool

camp recently as guests of Daniel P.

Higgins, also a member of the \31ear-

ool committee. The committee was

much impressed by the work that Mr.

and Mrs. Albert C. Hines, directors,

are doing at the camp.

Members of the committee are Mrs.

Henry Bedford, Mrs. Raymond Camp­

bell, Mrs. Alfred M. Chalmers, Mrs.

Herman E. Compter, Miss Sue Davis,

Mrs. Conrad F. Dykeman, Mrs. J. R.

Graef, Mrs. Bernard J. Harrison, Miss

Virginia D. Harrington, Mrs. G. M.

Hartman, Frank Hazell, Mrs. Daniel

P. •Higgins, Mr. and Mrs. Malvern Hill,

Mrs. William Hynard. Mr. and Mrs.

Charles Keck, Mrs. Charles H. Klein,

Mrs. R. J. Lathrop, Mr. and Mrs. Alex

.imback, William Mahl, William

Quanjer, Mr. and Mrs. Max B. Sch­

wab, Mr. and Mrs. Orin G. Sherman,

Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Somerville, Mr.

and Mrs. Reed Tollefson, and Miss

Mary B. White, all of Carmel. Other

committee members are Mrs. Raymond

Junnison of Quaker Hill, Pawling;

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Dain and Mrs.

judson C. Fisher of Lake Mahopac,

and Mrs. Vanderbilt Webb of Garri­

son.

A side show will be put on by the

members of the Gipsy Trail Day Camp

under the direction of Thomas G.

Schuller, director of the Camp. The

members of the Junior Camp Com­

mittee participating In the side show

will be Dickie Davies, Mary Jane

Lundbeck, Gilly Lamb, Neddie. Shep-

pard, Paul Gayley, Cordie Schmidt,

Clare Lundbeck, Jeannette Graef,

Buster Her, Barbara Lamb, Virginia

Harrison, Janet Landls, John Keck,

Peter Grimm, Sally Howe, Patsy

Burke, and Elaine and Terry Fanonl.

Mrs. H. E. Compter will be the Lolly

Pop Girl while Mrs. Bernard J. Harri­

son and Lucille Fisher, florist of Ma­

hopac and New York, will cooperate on

the organization of a Flower Cart. Mrs.

Ralph Lathrop will bo- In charge of

the Gift Tree, a mystery. Mrs. Charles

H. Klein will head the committee for

the Wishing Well. There is also to be

a fortune teller but her Identity has

not been revealed.

There will be dancing on the sun

deck of the clubhouse and nearby will

be a beer garden with tables covered

with gayly checked cloths. Plans for

two novelty races, one for men and

the other for women, are being made.

Mr. Reed Tollefson is to be in charge

of the men's race, a Baby Bottle

Derby. Mrs. M. E. Schwab is hi charge

of the ladies race.

The fair will mean an evening's en­

tertainment to those who attend and

H. H. Wells, chairman, Putnam

County selective Service Board No.

301 states that on August 7, William

Henry Whitehill, of OoQd Spring, N. Y.,

will leave that village at 10:54 a. m.

for induction at Fort Jay.

Donald Blythe MoLaglen, of Brew­

ster, has received 00 day deferrment

so that he may Join a Naval Aviation

unit.

Gordon Havdland Foote, former as­

sistant athletic director of Mahopac

High School, who has spent the sum­

mer tutoring the sons of Edward J.

Flynn on their ranch, Tuscarora, Ne­

vada, will be inducted from Local

Board, of Elko, Nevada.

Mr. and Mrs. Wells and Mr. Vincent

C. Murray will attend the send-off of

William Henry Whitehill at Cold

Spring.

Country Store Will

Aid USO Fund

55 Men Drill In

Civilian Defense Unit

Monday August 11 Meeting to Hear

Talk by Commissioner Simpson.

Harry Penny, Is Appointed to Put­

nam County Defense Council.

the proceeds will make for weeks en-

the Jefferson ijoyment for the underprlvlledged chil-

Medlcal college of Philadelphia. He is, dren of the lower East Side. Make this

at present, a resident physician at the a date on your calendar and help this

Pennsylvania hospital in Philadelphia. I local charity.

Railroads and Labor Agree

To Lend Men for Defense Jobs

Industries Short of Skilled Workers May Get

100,000 Helpers Without Impairing

jCarrier Service

All County Effort, Headed by Mrs.

Vanderbilt Webb and Mrs. W. Ross

Beal Will Attract Hundreds to Car­

mel Country Club, August 16th for

Afternoon and Evening of Festivity.

All of Putnam County is expected to

turn out for the Lawn Party which

will be givep'on Saturday, August 16th

for the benefit of the u. 6. O., at the

Carmel Country Club, Carmel, New

York. This all-out Putnam County ef­

fort to swell U. 8. O. funds has the

full support of an impressive number

of citizens living in this community.

Mrs. Vanderbilt Webb is chairman of

the Putnam County Committee of the

U. S. O.

The local chairman, Mrs. W. Ross

Beal, and her committee are placing

posters and tickets throughout Brew­

ster. Donations for the Country Store

are in charge of Mr. W. Boynton

Towner, and through this newspaper,

all individuals, stores and other bus­

iness firms will be recognized for their

cooperation.

The service of a Junior Committee

is being organized to handle tickets

and other details of the Country

Store the day of the party. They will

be dressed In gay costumes.

The twenty-one hundred acres of

the Carmel Country Club will be open

to the public for this Lawn Party

which will feature dancing in the

open, beside China Lake. Well known

stage, screen and radio stars will ap­

pear. The general admission charge of

$£0 will include a golf exhibition,

brilliant entertainment, water aports,

fly-casting exhibition, a guide-con­

ducted tour of the Carmel Country

Club as well as the outdoor dancing.

It is hoped that people will come

up from New York as w*»ll as Connect­

icut, Westchester and Dutchess for this

gala party. Tickets may be purchased

by writing to the U. S. O. Committee,

Carmel. New York or from Mrs. W.

Ross Beal, Brewster, New York. Mr*.

R. M. Egen, Garrison, New York, Miss

Marjorie L Jung, Mahopac, New

York, Mrs. Richard Cornish, Carmel,

New York.

The list of patrons and patronesses

of this U. S. O. Lawn Partf includes:

Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery B. Angel.

Col. S. Benjamin Arnold and Mrs. Ar­

nold, Judge James W. Bailey and Mr*.

Bailey, Mr. Harry M. Barrett, Mrs.

William M. Benjamin, Hon. William

F. Bleakley. Mr. and Mrs. Sanger

Brown n, Mr. and Mrs. Henry C.

Derham, Hon. John P. Donohe and

Mrs. Donohoe, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel

Sloane Duryee, Mr. and Mrs: Richard

M. Egan, Col. Elbert Farman and Mrs.

Farman. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fprster,

Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Gage, Mrs.

William M. Haskell, Mr. eharles S.

Gage, Mr. and Mrs. Winston F. C.

Guest, Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Hold, Mr.

and Mrs. Donald Hyde, Mr. and Mrs.

H. Mandvllle Kline, Hon. Jerome

Nolan, Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Penn,

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Perkins. Mrs.

Agnes Donohoe Preusser. Mr. and Mrs.

Leland Ryder. Hon. Joseph P. Shea

and Mrs/ Shea, Hon. D. Mallory

Stephens. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Somer­

ville, Col. Hiram Taylor and M r c.

Taylor, Mr. Henry H. Wells. Major

Carmi L. Williams and Mrs. William.-.

WASHINGTON, July 29 — Railway

management and labor have joined

hands to help the Office of Production

Management in meeting a shortage of

skilled men in defense industries,

which is now estimated at a minimum

of 1.400,000.

At a conference with railroad rep-

n^j! resentatives several days ago OPM

officials outlined the critical situation

Edward J. Flynn, who is Chairman o!

the National Democratic Committee,

presides in the Municipal Court in

the City of New York and is now oc­

cupying his new home with his family.

His daughter, Mrs. Lehrfeld, is oc­

cupying the cottage on the property.

was estimated, would remove about 5

per cent of the doctors now engaged

in civilian practice.

Commissions in the Army and

Navy for third and fourth year medi­

cal and dental students are offered hi

anticipation of a shortage in

John Knox.

angling the request could be met. However,

in subsequent conversations between

was issued:

"Railroads and railroad labor will

cooperate with the Office of Product­

ion Management in meeting a short­

age of skilled men in defense indust­

ries to the extent thait they can do so

without impairing the ability of the

railroads to meet essential demands of

transportation.

Following meetings between repre­

sentatives of the OPM, the railroads

and labor organizations most concern­

ed, Sidney Hlllman, associate director

general of OPM, has been advised that

the railroads and railroad labor will

do what they can to help the general

defense movements, keeping in mind

their 'first duty to make sure that

there is not shortage of railroad trans-

portation during this emergency.'

"J. J. Pelley. president of the As-

social ion of American Railroads, and

B. M. Jewell, president of the railway

At the meeting Monday, August 4 of

the Brewster unit of Civilian Defense

on the school athletic field at 7 p. m.

Officers were elected as follows:

R. L. Blake, Commander; J. C. Wil­

liams, first sergeant; Charles Barbour

and J. P. McCabe, sergeants; Edward

Glowney, Ronald Stiles, F. H. Bruey

and Samuel H. Ledley, corporals.

There were fifty men present at tho

meeting and five more Joined up.

Harry Penny was appointed to the

Putnam County Defense Council. Rev.

H. Pierce Simpson head of the Defense

Council will speak at the meeting of

the Brewster Unit, Monday, Aug. 11 at

7 p. m. on the school field. The meet­

ing is open to the public.

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Art Exhibition

Open at Carmel

The seventh annual exhibition of

the Art Association of Putnam County

now showing at the Memorial Hall In

Carmel is the largest and best ever

held in this neighborhood. One hund­

red and sixty-eight exhibits have been

tastefully arranged by the hanging

committee, featuring examples of al­

most every school of art from con­

servative to modern. The Photography

exhibition, included for the first time

this year, is proving a valuable and

popular addition, the quality of cam­

era work submitted being remarkably

high.

Many Brewster artists are repre­

sented in this large collection of

paintings, sculpture, prints and photo­

graphy, particularly outstanding work

being contributed by Edna MaoOowan,

Ada V. Gabriel, Edmond Amateis,

Lydia Rahlson, Magda Pach and

Walter Pach, R. Wryt Miller, Mabel

Travis, Chancy G. Whitney, Dagmar

Searchlnger, Frances O'Brien Garfield

and JBdmond Weill. Mrs. MaoGowan

shows a stimulating water color, "Cal­

ifornia THUB," and a simple, finely

constructed- portrait, —Anna." Mrs.

Gabriel is represented by her beautiful

canvas, "Quiet Hour, Charleston,'* a

magnlflcent grouping of negro figures

against southern houses painted with

expert, light-filled brush strokes. Twa

lithographs, "House In Danbury ,, and

"Danbury Fair," also reveal the great

accomplishment of this artist who is

rgihtly considered pne of the out­

standing American artists in Litho­

graphy. Edmond Amateis, A. N. A., N.

S. S., again shows his amazing ver­

satility and complete command of all

sculptural problems in his head of a

child, "Brian Garfield," a sensitive

portrait combining vitality and seren­

ity and revealing the fascinating

texture of terra ootta at its best. Also

by Mr. Amateis are two small dog

figures, beautifully designed and ex­

ecuted.

"Dahlias" by Lydia Rahlson is a gay

and colorful canvas reminiscent of

the most decorative peasant art, and

her "Fruit and Flowere" is a skillful,

dashing water color. R. Wryt Miller

aontributes a simple, effectively mod­

elled head of "Katherine Hepburn"

and Walter Pach two characteristic,

sensitively painted canvases, "Still

Life" and "Portrait." Magda Pach

shows two of her adroitly composed

still lifes, "Fish" and "The Twins.'

exjperUy designed and brilliant. Dag­

mar Searchlnger, a newcomer to the

Association, presents an exciting stac-

(Contlnued on Page 4>

o -v*r;

Five Putnam Recruits

Assigned to Camp Davis

William W. Cox, of Brewster, Hollis

G. Williams, of Carmel, Kenneth G

Stevenson, of Cold Spring, Guy D

Cockburn, of Garrison. Robert J

Dwyer, of Patterson, five recruits of

four hundred and fifty-one, recently

inducted into the Army, left Fort Dix.

N. J., on July 31 by special train for

Camp Davis, N. C, where they will be

assigned to the 06th Coast Artillery

there for training.

railroad officials an0representatives of jemployes' department, American Fed-

The transaction was completed by Federal services when, should the

Wyburn Lee of The Joseph Realty nation still be at peace. Reserve of-

Company. real estate brokers of Brew- fleers now on active service complete

ster. N. Y. I their tours of duty.

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Cornell

went on to Miami last week end after

spending a day at Camp Croft with

Edward S. Tuttle. Robert Owens,

the | Leonard Farrell and Robert Buck.

They found cool breezes at Miami

where Mrs. Cornell's brothers, Or en

Browne and Glen Browne are living,

and enjoyed the sights of the city.

the labor organizations concerned,

plans were laid for an inventory of

what further contribution to defense

production the roads might make in

trained men.

Statement Explain^ Stand

In explanation of their purpose and

the moves which they have made to

date, the following joint statement

eration of Labor, have put the situa

tton before the individual railroads

and the local organizations of the rail­

road crafts affected, to determine

what can be done in each individual

situation toward releasing to defense

industries fully skilled men. with

proper protection of their employment

(Continued on Page 4)

Three to Go Augurt 21

Selective Service Board No. 301 at

Carmel has received instructions to de­

liver three more men on August aist.

iThe men who registered on July 1st

because they reached twenty-one years

of age after the first registration

October 16. 1940 will be given order

numbers and placed in the list of reg­

istrants remaining on the old list.

There are 00 new registrants and about

400 old registrants. One new registrant

will be placed after every fourth reg­

istrant on the old list. Three regis­

trants are to be sent out August 7th.

Cenneth Curran Injured

By Gas Explosion

Kenneth Ourran, of Brewster, N. Y,

is a patient in a hospital at Norwalk,

Conn., suffering injuries, the extent of

which are not yet determined, since

the explosion of a tank of bottled gas

on the truck he was driving for the

Vapyre Co., yesterday. The accident

occurred while Kenneth in the driver's

seat was seating lunch on the Wilton

Road.

Mr. Richdale, of the Brewster office

of the Vapyre Company, Mr. and Mrs.

John W. Phillips and Mrs. Ourran

went to the hospital upon receiving

word of the accident. They are con­

fident Kenneth is receiving good care

and they appreciate the interest of

his friends in calling for news of his

welfare.

I

Allan A. Ryan Weds

Mrs. St. George Duke

Mrs. PrisclUa St. George Duke, only

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George B.

St. George, was married to Allan A.

Ryan Tuesday, August 5. 1041, at the

home of her parents hi Tuxedo Park,

N. Y. The ceremony was performed by

Judge Henry Bacon Merritt of Goshen,

N. Y.. in the presence of the bride's

parents, her grandmother. Mrs. Price

Collier, and Jay Rutherfurd. who was

the best man. Mr. Ryan and his bride

will live at his estate in Rhinobec-1:.

N. Y.

Miss Alice Jane Richie is in charge

of the sale of Chinese wares of wide

variety to be offered in the interest

of China Relief at the gala garden

party at the home of Mr. and Mrs.

C V. Starr, Saturday afternoon.


PAGE TWO THE BREWSTER STANDARD — ESTABLISHED 1869 THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 19

Happenings of Yester Years

1921 — TWENTY YEARS AGO

1911 — THIRTY YEARS AGO

TRADE and SAVE at

New Registrants Of

Putnam Draft Board

Having received the master list of

numbers as drawn in Washington, the

Putnam County draft board has assigned

order numbers to the men who

registered on July 1st for training in

the army. The new registrants are

mixed with those of the original list

and every fourth man on the revised

list is one of those who became 21

years of age between the original registration

and that of July .1st.

The list follows:

George T. Tator

BREWSTER, N. Y. TEL. 2329

Registrants Listed

With Katonah Board

Following Is a list of names of registrants

registered with Local Board

754, Katonah, on July 1st, with Order

Numbers attached:

Miss Mildred Duncan is enjoying a /Charles Holmes is spending his va­

vacation from her position as a Red cation in Ocean Grove.

81956

Cross secretary.

Miss Purcell Carroll is visiting

81938

Mrs. A. G. Hentz and son Gordon friends in Bloomfleld.

are visiting Mrs. Rente's mother at

62086

Jersey Shore.

Prank H. Rogers is enjoying his vacation

days at Tonetta Lake.

82052

Mr. and Mrs. Ward O. Hopkins were

guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hopkins Borden's Condensed Milk Co. has de­ Order Serial

81976

over the week end.

clared its semi-annual dividend of No. No. Name Address

four per cent.

6-1092 S-39 C. O. Blom Nelsonville

81882

Mr. and Mrs. L. Stanley Day, Jr.,

have been spending part of their va­

S-1098 S-74 M. A. Cohen Holmes

81376

cation with Mrs. L. S. Day on Carmel Supt. Eno has decided to take a va- s-1700 S-40 S. A. Klaw Carmel

Avenue. ^

cation and enjoy a few months of rest.|SJi704 8- 9 S. J. Dahlia Cold Spring 82199

Supt. Sherrerd will take charge ofis-1708

S-U712

S-lfl

S-46

D.

E. Slppel

Manousos Garrison

Garrison

Dr. and Mrs. Moses Heal and daugh­ Borden's Brewster factory.

81050

. 8-1716 8-76 J. J. Hazard Peeksklll

ter, of Poughkeepsie, will occupy a

bungalow at Peach Lake for the re­

Mrs. Amy Howes, Mrs. Forepaugh, s-1719 8-68 V. Chirasello Brewster

mainder of the season.

Miss

tertain

Bird

at

and

Kishawana

Miss Heartfield

tomorrow.

will en- 6-1723 8-47 D. G. Knapp Nelsonville

8-1727 8-69 P. Richardson Brewster

6-1732 8-36 P. Jenkins, Jr. Brewster S7069

Murray Wiltse was called away to Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Price, ol: Ocean \s^T30 S-84 C. Stollenwerk

supervise loading a car load of lumber Grove, and Mr. and Mrs. William I

Garrison 81684

at Gloversville but has now returned Stannard, of Waterbury, both an-' S-1740

to finish his vacation.

8-66 E. Plood Patterson

nounce the birth of their first daugh­

8-1743

ter.

S-72 E. J. Benway Brewster

S1470

8-1747

Miss Edna Birdsall and Miss Grace

S-60 R. 8. Cleaver Brewster

B-1751

Gardner, both graduate nurses of Mt. Chauncey A. Hopkins closed

. S-53 8. G. French

61677

ms Mahopac

Sinai Hospital, are spending two weeks camp at Lake Gilead today. Rev.

6-1765 8-85 J. J. Reardon Brewster

with Mrs. Prank H. Birdsall.

Murray H. Gardner accompanied him

8-1758 6-26 G. W. Kegel

I urlng the more venturesome periods

6-1762 8-81

Mahopac

There will be a progressive auction jof his outing and vouches for the ob-

8-1766 8-77 P. L. Brewer Nelsonville 61733

bridge at Kishawana Country Club oniservance of all game laws.

8-1770 8-29 D. D. Grimm Carmel

August 12. The hostesses for the after-

8-1774 8-48 B. H. Brewer Brewster Q1127

6-1778 8-28 J. E. R. Johnson Wldman Patterson Brewster

noon will be Mrs. Decker, Mrs. Hobbs, Joseph M. Adrian, Jr. and Miss

6-1782 8-37 A. P. Salvia Brewster 81089

Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Boynton, Mrs. Con- Cecile Adrian will go to Los Angeles

8-1786 8- 7

over and Mrs. Stuart. Tickets $1.00 and Join their sister Miss Gertrude

C. Mosher Mahopac

S-1790 8-20

each.

Adrian. The trio will return in Sep­

C. W. Ward Carmel 81770

8-1793 8-110

tember.

I. Sleplon

The Community Chautauqua opened I

Lake Oscawana

8^1797 8-61

its tent Wednesday night to a large I Miss Ruhamah Heartfield and Rev.

R. H. Beacon Carmel

6-1801 8-25 vE. J. OKeefe, Jr.

audience. Just before the program Murray H. Gardener superintended

Cold Spring

there was a street parade and the the placing of twenty-eight fresh air 8-1805 8-13 H. L. Smalley Patterson 1863

group known as Lenzon's Cavaliers, children when the train brought them S-1809 8-70 P. X. Brown Carmel

who had charge of the entertainment, to Brewster on Monday.

8-1818 6-88

were definitely enjoyed by the village

E. G. Lyon Mahopac 81751

6-


AY,

HURSDAY. AUGUST 7. 1941 THE BREWSTER STANDARD — ESTABLISHED 1869 PAGE THREE

SPORT OF THE WEEK

rrors Down Larries

n Tilt with Tarrytown

in what might easily be termed

eir worse exhibition In their five

ear history, the St. Lawrence A. C.

UfTered a 12-5 trouncing at the hands

f the fast St. Teresa nine from Tarytown,

on the Electrozone field last

unday.

Wally Butler, flipping what ordinlly

would have been a satisfactory

tie, received poor support, and this

:e fielding was followed toy timely

Its which accounted for the 10 runs

red off Butler during the six inlngs

he was on the mound.

The locals Jumped to a one run lead

the first when Antlnucci's double

deep left center scored Mackey, who

d previously singled.

Two errors and three hits allowed

e Tarrytown nine to forge ahead

th a three run splurge in the third.

~ee more hits and an error acunted

for three more tallies for the

estchester Club In the fourth,

reen's double to left center, and sucessive

singles toy Mclntyre and Goos-

"-n accounted for the Larry run in the

ourth. Antlnucci's single was follow-

». by Green's triple to right in the

fth and the score stood at 8-3 when

he sixth opened.

Butler retired the first man to face

in in the sixth. Then Lofaro walked

~d after Danko had grounded out

third, Tanaro singled scoring Loaro.

When Mallery singled to open the

eventh, Manager Wally Butler sumoned

Bob Scolpino to the mound.

colplno had just arrived at the park

nd immediately had begun to warm

p in the bullpen. Scolpino fanned

oyce, tout an error and Brophy's

single allowed Mallery to score with

the tenth run for the Hudson River

team.

Antinucci singled Stefanic home in

the Larries' seventh, but in the ninth

(Calambrano erased this marker when

he homered to left center, scoring

Sinnott ahead of him.

Mackey garnered his second single

of the afternoon to open the Larry

ninth, stefanic forced Mackey at second

tout Charley beat Calamtorano's

throw to first. Prank Murtha then

•doubled to right center scoring Stefanic

with the final run of the game.

Diamond Jottings

In an attempt to curb the threegame

losing streak of his team,

Manager Butler has arranged some

special practice sessions In addition to

the regular practices. Some changes

In the infield set-up are anticipated

and the services of Bob Scolpino have

'been secured in order to strengthen

the mound staff which was down to

one member.

Bob was touched for four hits and

two runs in his three inning debut

last Sunday, but his record while

hurling for the Mahopac Chiefs has

convinced the locals' management that

he will be able to take care of the

Larry hurling duties.

Pounding the offerings of Sinnott

for 15 safeties, the Lawrencemen overcame

their two-game hit famine and

had they played a little better defense

•baseball last Sunday's contest would

have been chalked up on the victory

side of the ledger Instead of on the

lost side. As it was, the Larries had

five earned run, while only four of St.

Teresa's twelve runs were earned.

"Dude" McCarthy, an old time ball

player who had played much ball on

the Electrozone field in the past

managed the St. Teresa nine. Dude

had frequently played ball with and

against Ray Terwilllger who has been

signed by the locals to judge the balls

and strikes for the rest of the season.

Next Sunday the Garrison baseball

team, the champs of Western Putnam

Journey to Brewster to meet the Larries

in an Intra-county battle. Game

called at 3 p. m.

The box score:

St. Teresa

ab r h po a e

Calambrano, 2b 6 2 1 6 1 0

Brophy, u 6 2 2 2 4 0

Lofaro, 3b 4 2 3 0 2 0

Darko, cf 5 1 1 2 0 0

Tanaro, rf 5 0 2 1 0 0

Sherry, lb 5 1 2 11 0 0

Mallery, If 5 2 1 1 0 0

Joyce, c 3 1 1 1 0 0

Lissey, c 2 0 0 1 0 0

Sinnott, p 5 1 3 2 2 0

Totals 46 12 16 27 9 0

St. Lawrence

ab r h po a e

Mackey, cf 5 1 2 2 2 0

Stefanic, 3b, ss 5 2 1 1 2 0

F. Murtha, rf 5 0 2 0 0 0

Antinnucci. 2b 5 1 3 2 1 8

Barber, ss, 2b 5 0 2 1 3 0

Green, If 4 1 2 2 3 0

Mclntyre, c 4 0 1 9 1 0

Goossen, lb 3 0 1 7 0 1

Scolpino. p 1 0 1 0 0 0

W. Butler, p, lb .... 3 0 0 3 1 1

Totals 40 5 15 27 13 5

Score by innings:

Tarrytown 003 321 102 — 12

Brewster 100 110 101 — 5

Two base hitr—Antinucci, Green. F.

Murtha, Darko, Sinnott.

Three base hit—Green.

(Home run—Calambrano.

Double plays—Sinnott-Sherry.

Lefft on bases—St. Lawrence 7, St.

Teresa 8. Base on balls—off (Butler 1,

Sinnott 1. Struck out—toy Butler 4,

Scolpino 3, Sinnott 2.

Hits—off Butler 12 in 6 innings.

Winning pitcher — Sinnott;. losing

pitcher—Butler .

(Runs batted in—Antinucci 2, Goossen,

Green. F. Murtha. Brophy, Danko,

Lofaro, Sinnott 2. Tanaro, Calambrano

2.

Umpires — Terwuliger (plate). Barber

(bases).

o —-

Invitation Softball

Tourney, Aug. 9, 10

The second annual Westchester

County Invitation Softball Tournament

will be held at City Park, New

Roohelle, Aug. 9 and 10. it was announced

by Charles Pease of the

Weiichester County Recreation Commibsion.

Midget Auto Races

[Feature Eight Events

Always trying to give his patrons

something out of the ordinary, C.

Stuart McLean, auto race promoter of

Danbury, will have eight races Friday

night, Aug. 8, at 8:30 o'clock, instead

of the usual seven races.

The added race will be a partideo,

a Mexican word for team race and an

event which was tried out successfully

in Mexico City a few years ago and

then brought to this country, in the

partideo at the Danbury Speedways,

Director of races Cappy Lane, together

with starter Dough Clark and

Lane's assistant, Lamle Crovat, there

will 'be two teams of three drivers each

with each daredevil racing two laps.

Of course the officials will name the

most daring and capable pilots on the

track and then the fun will start.

The winning team will get ttrtm as

much as the losing trio which wdll

bring out brilliant driving and hot

brushes.

Besides the partideo, there will be

three qualifying heats of 12 laps each,

two semi-finals of fifteen laps, a semifeature

of ten laps and then will

come the main event of 30 laps.

Lane says that he will (have another

star field like he had last Friday

night when 7,000 persons sat in the

(100,000 grandstand and saw Len

Duncan and Lyle Dickey split the

honors in the double windup.

Included in the crowd last week

were many from Brewster and it is

expected that many more from this

section will be on hand this Friday

night.

in addition to Duncan and Dickey,

there will also be Broncho Bill

Srhindler, one-legged wizard; Wild

Bill Holmes, Georgle Rice, American

Indoor king, Mike Joseph, Ted Tappett,

the latest sensation, Johnny

Ringer and other nationally famous

stars.

Dog Show at Fair

To Be Held One Day

Announcement has just been made

that the 58th annual dog show at the

big Danbury Fair in Danbury, Conn.,

will be only one day this year and

that it will be held on Thursday, Oct.

9. The candne show at President

Rundle's country fair Is always one of

the high ranking shows of the Bast

and every year attracts lovers of dogs

from all over the Cast. The fair this

year runs from Oct. 6 through Oct. 12.

President Rundle today announced

that the entries to the dog show would

close on September 26th.

Leading judges of the country will

come to the Hat City Fair to name

the best of show, best of breed in all

the classes.

Ledge Birch Leads

To Polo Victory

In one of the fastest games yet, the

Timber Trails Redskins extended thenlead

over the Timber Trails Hornets

to three games for the current Polo

Series in the Sherman hills. The final

score of Sunday's game was 5 to 1.

Although the Redskins need no

alibi, for they played a fast game and

missed scoring on many occasions by

the narrowest of margins—once a

beautiful long shofc by Vaughan, No. 3

man, nit the goal post and once a

free shot for goal after foul was

stopped In midair by a lucky mallet

thrust—they were undoubtedly handicapped

greatly by last week's injury

to Gunner, Vaughan's fast gelding.

This necessitated the reshuffling of

ponies with the result that Davlsson,

star No. 2 of the Yellow team had to

use that fast but too furious mare,

Lady Peach, and his hitting lost the

accuracy that has been one of the

strongest supports of the Yellow team

this season.

Another factor In the Red victory

was the excellent playing of Ledge

Birch, who returned to the line-up

again after three weeks layoff while

he recovered from a leg injury received

in the July 13th game.

One of the exciting moments of the

game came shortly after the start of

the 2nd period when Vaughan and his

mount, Scooter, went down together

in the midst of a fast play.

The score by periods was:

1st 2nd 3rd

period period period

(Reds 3 2 0

Yellow 0 1 0

The teams were:

Hornets — No. 1 Etherington; No. 2

iDavisson; No. 3 Vaughan.

Redskins — No. 1 Hamilton; No. 2

Brlcb: No. 3 Farley.

Auto Races

Friday Night

August 8th

8:30 P. M.

Danbury Speedways

Danbury Fair Grounds

SEE ALL THE STABS

GET A THRILL A MINUTE

Grandstand — 55-85 cents

44c to annex 25c for children

Vrt* Parking for 5.000 cars

THD TOSKY

Who halls from Chicago is one of

the clowns with Lynch's Death Dodgers,

who will be at Danbury Fair

Grounds, August 16 and 17.

Dutchess Fair Names

Horse Show Chairmen

Furthering preparations for the annual

Dutchess County Horse show,

which will be held In conjunction with

the Dutchess County fair, Wednesday

and Thursday, Aug. 27 and 28, the

various committee chairmen have

selected their aides.

Homer B. Gray, MP.H., who heads

the Horse Show association as president

and who Is serving as general

chairman of arrangements for the

show as well as chairman of entries,

has selected Mrs. William H. Osborne,

Senator Alan A. Ryan, Jr., John M.

Melville, Alfred B. Maclay and Joar.n

J. Vail to assist him in receiving the

entries.

Mrs. Deborah Dows, Rhlnebeck, who

heads the donkey division and is

chairman of advertising, will be assisted

by Katherlne Redmond on the

latter committee.

Assisting William Schermerhorn on

the ring and grounds committee will

be George D. Campbell and John M.

Melville. Ethel Merritt, Rhlnebeck, has

been named to assist Mrs. Lyman A.

Delano, Barrytown, in receiving reservations

for parking spaces and boxes.

Malcolm R. Grahame, chairman of

stabling, will be assisted by Thomas

Redmond and William Plass.

Mrs. Lydig Hoyt, Staatsburg, Is the

general chairman of the entertainment

committee with Eleanor Travis

and Katherlne Redmond as vice

chairmen. Their general assistants

will be named soon.

Hunting Lease Plan

(Needs Public Hearing

The Brewster Standard

Brewster, New York

I should greatly appreciate your

printing "the following In the next issue

of the Standard:

With reference to the New York

State Conservation Department's activities

regarding the leasing of hunting,

fishing and trapping rights on

privately owned lands, the writer believes

the subject in question to be of

sufficient Importance to warrant a public

meeting of land-owners in the

Township of Southeast at which the

pros and cons of the matter be carefully

weighed. Signed:

United we stand, divided we fall.

Death Dodgers At

Danbury, Aug. 16-17

The death defying dive bomber

crash, which is regarded as the most

dangerous of all daredevil stunts will

be executed by the Jlmmle Lynch

Death Dodgers In their world famous

thrill show at the 'Danbury Speedways

in the Danbury Fair Grounds in

their two appearances, Saturday night,

Aug. 16 at 8:30 o'clock and Sunday afternoon,

Aug. 17 at 3 o'clock.

In tills hazardous event which

thrilled thousands upon thousands at

the World Fair in New York in 1939

and 1940, the driver will take an old

stock car, race at full speed around

the halfmile clay track In front of

the $100,000 grandstand, then at the

fastest speed possible roar up a ramp

twelve feet high and plunge through

space.

In the way will be a truck over

which the dive bomber will fly, while

sixty or eighty feet beyond the ramp

will be a parked car into which the

death defying driver will crash. It's a

real thriller.

However, this Is only one of the 22

stunts performed by the maniac test

pilots. These appearances will be the

only ones for the Death Dodgers in

Southwestern Connecticut.

During the last 30 years the openkettle

method of canning fruits has

rapidly fallen Into discard, since more

vitamin C Is destroyed by this method

than by the processed-ln-the-can

method; loss by spoilage may also be

high. The open-kettle method never

was satisfactory for meats and nonacid

vegetables, say foods and nutrition

specialists. For methods suitable

for different types of foods, send for

[Cornell bulletin E-261, "Home Canning,"

a free copy of which will be

sent to New York residents from the

Mailing Room, Roberts Hall, Ithaca,

New York.

LOOK OUT TOSKY! Clowning also plays a part in the Jlmmle Lynch

Death Dodgers thrill show, but clowns often have close calls as may be

seen above as two Death Dodger pilots barely miss a clown as they speed

over the same rampway together. The Death Dodgers will appear In the

thrill feature at the Danbury Fair Grounds on August 16 and 17.

Final

Clearance

Women's and Children's

White Shoes

Children's White Straps and Sandals 1,49

Ladies' Play Shoes \A9

Ladies' White, Brown and White Shoes 98 c U P

Enna Jetticks „ 3.95

Buck-VanScoy

100 MAIN STREET BREWSTER. N. Y.

Anna Sten Now At

Starlight Theatre

Starlight Theatre, Pawling. N. Y.

opened Its sixth play of the 1941 season

with "Nancy's Private Affair"

written and directed by~ Myron C.

(Fagan and starring Anna Sten. Miss

Sten, who is well known for her mo-

FRANCIS LEDERER

tlon picture work both in Hollywood

and in Europe, handles her first light

comedy role with the ease and charm

that is so essential in making this play

the outstanding success it is. A domestic

farce-comedy, it keeps the audience

in gales of laughter from the

time the curtain goes up until It rings

down.

Will Henry plays opposite Miss

Sten and gives the fine performance

that he has taught Starlight audiences

to expect from him. Others in the

[cast include Lorraine MacMartln, Isobel

Rose, Bert Bertram, and Teddy

Jones.

"Nancy's Private Affair" will play

through Sunday, August 10 with

matinees Thursday and Saturday at

" p. m.

Mr. Francis Lederer is now rehearsing

the famous Broadway hit "No

Time For Comedy" which will open

August 12 and play through Sunday,

|August 17.

^AueA^unj; QQUNDS

DEATH

DODGERS

ON TH€ RACCTOACK\J S$£

GRANDSTAND S5?e4id&5t '

children Z5Tt Parking FRSE

$12,000 in Cash At

Fair. Harness Races

More than $12,000 will be given in

cash in the Ave days of harness horse

racing at the big Danbury Fair in

Danbury, Conn., from Oct. 6 through

Oct. 10, according to an announcement

made today by O. Mortimer

Rundle, 86-year-old president and the

oldest active fair executive In the

country today.

This is several thousands of dollars

mere than ever before but Rundle has

arranged for eight $1,000 stakes and

this will lure many Grand Circuit

drivers, owners and horses to his track.

He has split up the eight stakes

equally with four trots and four paces.

The Nassau stakes for 2 and 3-year-old

trotters will also be raced at the fast

Danbury half mile clay track.

The fair this year will open on Sunday,

Oct. 5 with a championship midget

auto race and will close on Sunday,

Oct. 12 with Lucky Teter, the

great daredevil and his Hell Divers.

Rundle, who has seen nearly all of

the 71 fairs to date, predicts .that this

year's show will be his greatest masterpiece.

He looks for all attendance

records to go by the board if the fair

gets good weather. A new main building

has been erected at an expense of

$50,000 to take the place of the building

burned down in February.

o- •

One Pitch, Game's Over

ANNA STEN

Of motion picture fame, remembered

as "Nana" in the film of the same

name, will be starred this week as

Nancy in "Nancy's Private Affair." A

hilarious comedy of a few seasons

back, it is now in rehearsal under the

direction of Its author, Myron O.

Fagan. "Nancy's Private Affair" opened

Tuesday, August 5th, and plays

through Sunday, August 10th.

Clarendon, Tex. — Old-time baseball out into a mesqulte flat," Atteberry

player Clyde Atteberry was telling said.

about the game that was won with a "It rolled down a prairie dog hole,

single batted ball. | "The umpire yelled 'play ball* but

"The first man who came up to the we couldn't play. It was the only baseplate

In the game between Oiles and ball in 40 miles.

Clarendon in 1904 smacked the ball "Giles won by a home run."

PHONE

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or

532

For

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Fuel Oil and Range Oil

BRADY-STANNARD FUEL CO. g

87 North Main Street, Brewster. N. Y.

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THE POUND

Think—if you bought Electricity by the pound like food, you'd

expect to order by phone or go to the store every day or so for the few

pennies' worth you use. At the store you'd watch it weighed, satisfied

the scales were accurate because you know they have been tested.

Since you get your electricity at the flick of a switch and pay for it

next month after you've probably forgotten what all it was used for, the

whole transaction of buying by the kilowatt hour may leave you mysti­

fied. I wouldn't blame you. ^., .•_.-.^^^ft^*f?j2f^?;y*vZFf*?f& ,

But rest assured that electric energy is as carefully weighed as any­

thing measured by the pound. Your electric meter is tested and sealed in

accord with state law and the most rigid standards. And it is right in

your own home where you can read the "weight".

Today, with my recent rate reduction, you pay

practically one-half AS much per average kilowatt

hour for residential use as you did in 1930. Use

ail the Electricity you want—it's the biggest bar­

gain on your budget.

REDDY KILOWATT, Yom EUtrical Stnant

NEW YORK STATE ELECTRIC & GAS CORPORATION

OTHER LIVING COSTS GO UP BUT ELECTRICITY IS CHEAPER

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PAGE FOUR THE BREWSTER STANDARD — ESTABLISHED 1869 THURSDAY, AUGUST 7. V

Wi)t JSrctuster &tanltari>

K W. ADDIS ESTATE, Publisher MARJORDE L. ADDIS, Editor

Published Weekly at Brewster, Putnam County, N. Y.

Entered at the Post Office at Brewster as Second Class Mai)

Subscription per year, $2.00; single copy, Five Cents.

USO To Benefit

From GOP Carnival

Grand Union Plans

Shorter Work Hours

Emergency Hospital

Benefits By Bridge

OBITUARY

In line with the policy announced (Continued from Page 1)

last January by the Grand Union

Republican Women of Philipstown to Company of designating 1941 as

THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1941

Stage Water Front Carnival at Main "Grand Union Salesmen's Year" the

Street, Cold Spring, Aug. 21. Company Is dedicating the two weeks

of August 4th through August 16th to

Cold Spring, J^nville, Garrison- Grand Union salesmen throughout the

,'all the local groups and districts have entire company.

In the benefit Softball double header for the Navy Relief Fund la/bored long and unceasingly for To celebrate Grand Union Salesmen's

Weeks, the Company has an­

at Lowell Thomas Field, Quaker Hill, Sunday afternoon, Eddie nounced stfll further benefits for the

salesmen in the form of a five-day Mrs. Lester Cole, Mahopac; Mrs. S.

working week. This five-day working B. Cochrane, Mahopac; Mrs. Lewis G.

week for salesmen will be put Into ef­ Cole, Mahopac; Mrs. R. L. Cole, Carfect

In all Grand Union stores Immediately

after the summer vacation

period.

Some of the many added benefits

which Grand Union salesmen are receiving

during the 1941 Salesmen's

Year include a two-weeks' vacation for

all regularly employed salesmen and

also full pay for periods of (illness up

to two weeks' duration, and additional

compensation beyond that period, depending

upon the merits of the case.

This company program, and the special

contests that are being run

through the year for salesmen, mean

more than $100,000 In extra compensation

for Grand Union salesmen this

year.

In addition to these benefits, the

Grand Union Company presents a

wedding present to each Salesman on

his Wedding Day and opens savings

accounts for all salesmen's children

m ^y causes and countries. They have

B< i I. t ' t • e «%.*. siti*» t it. I, given their time and money and eibll-

Rickenbacker, pitching for the Nine Old Men, not only put the ball ity. They have made sacrifices to help

over the plate or into Lowell Thomas' mitt, but put over also the the unfortunates of othernatdons and

. c ^, , . I, . .. « fii . ... other faiths. Now, the Women's Rereal

essence of the thing called sportsmanship. Children and others ;pu1,Mcan ^m, of PhiUpatown is sponwho

enjoyed the game expressed their pleasure on seeing Eddie Rick-', soring an affair that will benefit our

. , , . , ,. ... . j , a T, . .. T. ... . own men and it asks your help whatcnbackcr

s name in the line-up-published last Thursday. They enjoy- |ever your political faith may be.

ed every minute of the game and noted that Gene Tnnney, Ham Fish The United states needs our young

, ~ J CL _• it . A u *t_ i men In the Army and Navy, needs

and Commander Shepard were well tanned by exposure to the ele->them lrom aU ^tdk* of life—all faiths,

ments in the line of duty. I*" 1 Charles F. Gaming

The death of Charles Frledmont

Ganung, well known auto racing driver

Secor.

of Katonah and Brewster, N. Y., oc-

Mrs. Paul Cole, Carmel; Mrs. C. E.'ourred Saturday, August 2, 1941 at

Clayton, Granite Springs; Mrs. M. L. Northern Westchester Hospital where

Condon, Lake Mahopac; Mrs. E. Cor- he had been ill of pneumonia. He was

nell, Jamaica, L. I.; Mary Etta Carter, 1*8 years of age.

Lake Mahopac; Mrs. Charles W. Carraces

and those thousands of

Team work puts over lots of thing,. It brings people together X ^ a ^ o r ^ S S L *

and inspires confidence in those who are coming along to fill the bases recreation away from -their encampwhen

the Nine Old Men tak|e the bench, as Commander Spafford and J t ^ d S 'when "SeV^^SS

Prosper Buranelli did. duty." Our Army and Navy are speed-

_____^_^^__ • .tag up training. They are crowding

i the lessons, making one month's in-

LET'S PLAY IT OVER 'tensive training cover a year's work

'in normal times. The result Is keyed

On occasions when the far flung bases covered by the Nine Old up. «**« thousands of young men—

_. ... . ... , . . • ! • i_£ i all in top physical condition—all

Men are full and a wild throw is returned with doubtful accuracy, ready for fun and "high Jinks" when

the cry, "Let's play it over" relieves the umpire of peculiar responsibil- their hard boiled sergeants bark

ity. That's about how Village Justice Morehouse has been relieved for ^x^on^^must^ T , £ S f e Jg ^^^ofw^^lu^teer T t ^ ^ T ^ S t T ^ T u S ^ ;

1 Charles Ganung, salesmen for the

penter, Lake Mahopac; Mrs. S. B. Brady-Stannard Chevrolet Company,

Crane, Lake Mahopac; Mrs. Henry had been connected with the automo-

Cooper, Long Pond Rd., Mahopac; bile business for many years. He was

In charge of the George T. Tator garage

and service station in Brewster for

a long time. Dick Quinn, well known

mel; Mrs. Mildred Cohen, Hickory mechanic of the Tator firm, worked

Way, Mahopac; Fannie Peck Cohen,

Woodland Rd., Mahopac; Mr. John

Clark, Yonkers, N. Y.; Elizabeth Connolly,

Lake Secor; Edith Carney, Lake

Secor; Mrs. John A. Carlson, Croton

(Falls, Mahopac; Mrs. Louis J. Carr,

Mahopac.

Mrs. Martin M. Dunn, Mahopac

Hills; Mrs. Joseph Dunne, Lake Mahopac;

Mrs. G. B. DeLuca, North

Salem; Mr. and Mrs. L. N. DeWitt,

(High Ridge Rd., Mahopac; Mrs. H. A.

Dor en thai, Lake Mahopac; Mrs. C. F.

DeGanahl, White Plains; Mrs. W. A.

Duncan, Lake Mahopac; Mrs. Joseph

DeOmisec, 36 Sickle St., N. Y. O.J Mrs.

John P. Donohoe, Garrison, N. Y.; R.

Driggers, Lake Secor; Mrs. H. W.

Dlngee, 189 Brookdale Ave., New Rochollo.

N. Y.J Miss Jeanne Dlngee,

New Rochelle, N. Y.

Mrs. Edward Flynn, Lake Mahopac;

Madam Fontaine, Bronxville, N. Y.;

a time by the hung jury in the Flanagan vs. Murello trial. If the six Me chance to let down, places to go » "gj company b paring!**"- M - Fenninger, Lake Secor; Mrs.

* j t. • L -Li J- u • -i ft» Iun ' People to entertain them, op- """M ,J^" y ' ~ „HYh« •£» «Ju« Jt Charles Foreman, Lake Secor; Mrs.

jurors were confused at hearing the possible verdict, "a year in jail or portunltles to play after their long gtw ^ *" s of '—

$500 fine," read by Mr. Morehouse from the Penal Code in giving hard hours with their Army and

, , . ' , . . . . , , '« Navy instructors. The morale of an

the paragraphs about assualt in the third degree, so were many others, Army ^ imt ^ yj^j to its efficiency

With the cart so far ahead of the horse, there was little surprise at the as its guns and bullets and uniforms

, r- i it ii e JL. *iJ • iJ . - and it's up to us, the mothers and

agree. announcement of Fred Hall, foreman, that the jurors would never fatnerj5i wives and sweethearts, the

brothers uncles. All and of us sisters who and aren't aunts in camps.

The case will be tried again on August 19th. By that time the and

Its ^ to us to provide

the much

minutes of the stenographer will be available to all concerned. It is needed "let down."

« . 1 1 i i i • t. • '_ c MI i A great, organized civilian effort,

hoped the handshaking the majority of spectators suggest will also know* formally ^ tne United service

take place. Another suggestion coming from scores of people is that Organization and more familiarly as

admission be charged to the hall and spectators conduct themselves ac^0SplS*h°the^ m Afo1ie i ^r^ to s^aU

as they know they should. Attorneys Daniel Ticknor and Paul groups it would toe hopeless, tout band-

Bleaklcy carried on in good form under circumstances that would U$Jg^£ffi^!2&*1gl

unendurable to them if the courts before which they appear permitted big and strong, they can and will prothe

slipshod manner of the court in Brewster on July 31. $JM ^^SS^JSSxSSSXJS.

The complaining witness Thomas B. Flanagan and the defend- ties, they will do the job that needs

ant Patsy Murello told their stories as well as they could under the d< ^ g proup .

the policy 'Franklin Frost, Mahopac; Mrs. Mary

Grand Union has also announced £•

the Women.fi Republican Club of

circumstances. They should be given much more favorable conditions philipstown has decided to forget

ar the second trial. Too much time in the four hour session last Thou- -J**** * & X '&£Vto S S

day was devoted to picking a jury. In the height of the vacation season'cate its 2nd annual Waterfront Camsome

people are away, but a little study of the list would help speed gjj* ^T^gtrng*.** JJJ

the trial as Alfred Dahm, village trustee stated. Already the opinion is tives are eagerly invited to bring yourcurrent

that tb. people of Brewster, not Tom and Patsy are on trial. £&**? £ £ * *f 2&£ UJt

— — — — !You11 find there a full evening of fun

and dozens of opportunities to use

whatever cash you can scrape together

and to feel that every tolt of it will

Fav - Mahopac Falls; Mrs. Harry

that it is continuing Its policy of ex-lS n " ega ^ **£* Mahop ac : Mrs. C C.

pansion toy opening many new and ?"? as - Gra 1 nit f, Springs; .^s °harlarger

stores. During the first eight*?** **a«efa? Mahopac Point; Mrs. L.

months of 1941. the Company hasl Guarnera ;.^M^ropolitan Rd., N. Y.

opened or will open shortly nearly 20 , c -« Mrs - M - M - Goldberg, Lake Mahonew

Super Markets spread throughout jP* c '

the six Northeastern States in which M"- J° ne " c - Ganong, Mahopac

the Company operates. In addition to* 81 Mrs. J. R. Glaeser, Kingwood

these large Super Markets. Grand i Park ' 'Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; Mrs. L.

Union has also opened many Super- penier, Lake Secor; Mrs. W. G. Gerettes,

and has enlarged and improved ,bel "The food we eat today talks

thinks for us tomorrow," an old

verb says.

The Square Dei

ARMY-NAVY STOI

1-3 Park St. Corner Main St.]

Is Having An August

Clearance Sale

on

MEN'S WORK CLOTHE!

for ten years with Mr. Ganung.

AND SHOES

In sporting circles Charlie Ganung

was associated with Ralph Di Pahna, Work Pants

Ira Vail, James Benedict, Francis

Schnieder, and other well known Work Shoes $1

drivers of this area who raced at Danbury

Fair.

Work Shirts

Funeral services were held at St.

Mary's Church, Katonah on Tuesday Glass Belts „

and the burial was at Mt. Klsco, N. Y.

A Full Assortment To

Choose From

Louis I. Welner, Long Pond; Mrs. Fred

Wltte, West Mahopac; Mrs. Wilbur JUST A CALL AT

Ward, Union Valley; Mrs. W. H. Walker,

Wapplngers Falls, N. Y.; Mrs.

Charles T. Wilson, Lake Mahopac; A. Fineberg

Martha Milltzer, Lake Secor; Anna

Weindl, Lake Secor.

BREWSTER, N. Y.

»^»oo^o^o-go»o^^»»ooo^y^o-oo»»»^o«»»^»o^»»»^»^»oo^^<

- Croton Palls; Mrs. Stephanie

a great many others.

Grassl, Lake Secor, Miss Stella Grid-

Grand Union is also co-operating

ley, Mahopac.

very closely with the various defense Mrs. A. D. Hequembourg, Union

agencies. Recently it carried on a .Valley; Mrs. Wm. Home, Lake Mohe-

campaign of collecting old aluminum gan; Mrs. Wm. Hart, Lake Mahopac;

and offering a dollar for any old Mrs. A. Hill, Lake Mahopac; Mrs.

aluminum utensil toward the price of Samuel Hickman, Carmel; Mrs. Hara

new one manufactured previous to .old Hoag, Baldwin Place; Mrs. L. Hold,

the present emergency. During the Carmel; Mrs. J. W. Holderman, Croton

present Summer Sales Campaign, Falls; Mrs. D. Clinton Halght, Jr.,

prizes of defense bonds are being of­ Croton Falls; Miss M. Holmes, Brewfered

to mangoars and salesmen for ster; Anna Hlggins, Lake Secor; Mrs.

outstanding performances and sales I. Hauser, Mahopac; Mrs. Arthur

effort.

Holman, Indian Hill, Mahopac; Mrs.

Plans are now in progress to dis­ Paul C. Holter, (Baldwin Place; Miss

tribute Defense Saving Stamps in its Alice B. Hinkle, Baldwin Place; Mrs.

various stores throughout the North­ iC. B. Heine, Lake Mahopac; Mrs.

eastern States of Pennsylvania, New Wallace Hopkins, Carmel; Mrs. H. H

Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Mas­ Hunt, Mahopac Point; Mrs. G. Hoursachusetts,

and Vermont.

toule, Lake Secor; Mrs. K. Hasslinger,

• o

Lake Secor.

Railroads and Labor

Mrs. A. Iamelli, 828 East 214th St,

JUDGE BLEAKLEY MOVES

N. Y. C.

Agree to Lend Men

Emma Johnson, 3034-33rd St-, Long

That very able public servant, William F. Bleaklcy, has left one benefit those thousands of young men

Island; Mrs. J.' T. Jeffery, Croton

hard job to take on another. The voters of Westcheeter county chose * • « ? £ £ * * * mflT ft* (Continued from Page 1) Falls; Betsey G. Jaffe, Indian Hill,

Mahopac; Mrs. John T. Jenkin, Lake

him as their first County Executive and he has put in more than two come on out and do your part, too. rights on the railroads.

Mahopac; Mrs. L. Jorgensen, 57 Tama­

years at this unusual task* cutting down expenses and reducing the SlLS^JLto^fflS^I lX- No Rail Impairment rack Rd., Mahopac Hills; Mrs. Rich-

"In discussions with the

railroad ard Johnston, Mahopac; Mrs. Theo.

county debt. Now he becomes counsel to the State Joint Legislative pop f0r you and will help that big representatives, E. I. Oliver, represent- Jacobus, Mahopac.

Committee on Reapportionment. He is setting out to solve a" jigsaw P ^ A i ^ n S K o ^ division of the OFM.l Mrs. G. Pranklyn 1 aiogg. Lake Ma-

ily. The old quotation: "They also

puzzle which has defied the legislators for years. His many admirers, serve ^0 only stand and wait"

who in many places showed their appreciation of his ability when he *^^.g%ffli*5»%^ fi!

ran for Governor, will wish him luck, if not joy, in his new place.— j everyone of us help.

The Son.

Art Exhibiti6n

Bleaklcy Quits; Recruits Advised Open at Carmel

Gerlach Gets Job On Registration

(Continued from Page 1)

(Continued from Page 1) If you are a resident of a personal cat0 note in her beautifully arranged

district (those districts within a city "Flowers

port of the Rye Lake site in Purchase,

an)d "Still Life." Edmond

or village of more than 5000 inhabitwhich

had been the (board's choice.

Wenj paints "The Mill at Croton

ants), you may register and file Kxgfif with strong brushwork and t

The committee held that an airport

there might pollute Rye Laike, part of

New York's watershed.

wn P«*"? y made it clear that there was no in- bopac; Mrs. John Kadel, Mamaroneck,

tentlon to interfere with the ability of j*. Y.; Mrs. Carll I. Kellogg, Lake Mathe

railroads to continue to perform .hopac; Mrs. George W. Knapp, Mahothelr

transportation work, whdeh is'pac Hills; Mrs. John Kroell, Rocklooked

upon by the labor division of ledge Rd.; Lake Secor; Mrs. A. King,

the OOPM as being as essential to the!vista Terrace, Mahopac Hills; Ida

defense program as the Army and the | Kuehnlemr, Lake Secor; Mrs. A.

Navy. pudin, Mahopac; Mrs. Annette Kra«*«

4,

However, the prospective shortage Indian Hill, Mahopac; Mrs. O. E.

of 1,400,000 skilled men in defense industries,

Mr. Oliver stated, has made

it necessary to call upon other industries,

essential as well as non-essential,

to help out by permitting highly

skilled men ito leave their service

for defense work, with

application for an absentee hallot on KOiden light and "The Hill Beyond" in protection of their seniority

the expectation that you will be call- decorative greens and blues. Mabel other em

ed into service. If you have not here- Travis has two interesting canvases,

The supervisors asked the Civil tofore voted, when you appear for -Barnstable Lighthouses" and "The

Aeronautics (Board to Intervene in the registration you must provide proof of oak Tree;" Ruth Swenson two decordispute

with New York City. The literacy in the form of an eighth ative water colors. "Magnolias" and

County Board of Acquisition and grade, high school or oollege diploma "Wisteria," and Chancy G. Whitney

Contracts reported that it had obtain­ or a certificate of literacy which can two companioned wood carvings,

ed options to buy the Rye Lake tract be obtained from your local Superln- "Book Ends."

for $316,700; subject to a possible re­ tendent of Schools. other artists from nearby areas induction

to $296,000, and that the Hugh

CSiisholm property, also in Purchase, If you are not inducted you should elude Alberta Barre Loeb, whose droll

could be bought for $540,000.

advise us of that fact not later than wire designs, "Wire Collect," are stim-

Attorneys for the Purchase Property Octcber 18th and not attempt to vote ulating and very amusing, Aileen O.

Owners Association filed a letter with the absentee ballot. If you are induct- Webb whose "Desert Bird" is a charm-

_ ed you should advise us by letter, jngiy designed wood carving, Dr. Vic-

Uie Supervisors contending thatiVhich should include the place where tor Olsa of Crafts whose sculptures.

Westchester taxpayers should not bely 01 **" ballot is to be sent and must be "Humanity" and "Eternity" are lofty

asked to pay for any part of an air-j sworn to before a Notary Public or jn concept and dramatically compos-

..iwrt that most likely would become an y ou Keogel, Granite Springs; Mrs. J.

Keenan, Lake Secor; Mrs. Frank Killory,

Brewster; Mrs. J. R. Knapp, Patterson,

N. Y.; Mrs. Towner Kent, Patterson,

N. Y.; Mrs. E. Keller, Mahopac.

Miss Estella Lawrence, Ney-a-ki,

Lake Mahopac; Mrs. Paul Lazarus,

and'Jr., Lake Mahopac; Mr. and Mrs. G.

M. Landon; Mrs. Gertrude Lounsbury,

The position itaken by the rialroads [Mahopac; Mrs. Moyna Lansbury. Lonand

railroad employes Is in keeping don, England; Mrs. Alex Linbacn,

with their Joint program of aid to na- Carmel; Mrs. J. O. Lonnell. St. Louis,

tional defense, adopted in June, 1940,

at the very beginning of the defense

movement, in anticipation of possible

future shortages of skilled labor in industries

manufacturing defense essentials."

^obnoxious commercial project after Non-Personal Registration

-iflie war emergency.

*" Commanding Officer. ^ and wilhelmdna Pox of Patterson

The Supervisors Special Committee

•on Welfare, which has been conducting

a relief survey for more than a J however, provide you with an absentee

lwho shows two still lifes, "Witch Ball,"

If you are a resident of a non-per- exquistely designed and a little gem ol

sonal district the Central Registration a Residence - 65 PHONE Office - 1

A. P. BUDD

INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE

Mortgage Loans. Mortgages Bought and Sold

Main Street Savings Bank Building Brewster, N. Y.'

For Action on Real Estate

Send Listings of Farms and Small Estates to

Jeannette Murphy

(Mrs. Charles F. Murphy, formerly of Brewster)

Associate of Eggert & Van Wert, Inc.

Member of Scarsdale Realty Board, Inc.

15 Popham Road, Scarsdale, N. Y.

TELEPHONES

Office, Scarsdale 1175; Home, Scarsdale 6205

These Men and Motors

D^ndtheBt^ntlines cflelej?hcne Communication

i

Mo.; P. Linden, Lake Secor.

Terence McCarten, Jackson Heights,

L. I.; Mrs. Clara McMahon, Mahopac:

Mrs. Jos. A. McOwen. Lake Mahopac;

Miss Mary McCarten. 3945 Larchwood

Ave. Philadelphia, Penn.

Miss Martin, Nwy-a-ki. Mahopac;

MacNeil, N. A. with a photograph of Mrs. Lisle Morgan, Carmel; Mrs. Jos­

one of his large and handsome bas eph Meany, City Island; Mrs. Nicholas

reliefs, and by Carol Brooks Mac- Mesirow, Philadelphia, Penn a.: Mrs.

Nell's "Samovar," a bronze design of Wm. Morgan thaler, Mahopac; Mrs.

three figures hold an urn.

Joseph Mayne. Pishkill. N. Y.; Mrs.

The Photography exhibition in­ Irene Murphy, Lake Secor; Mrs. Arcludes

"Sunset sillhouette" by PoJy nold W. Milliken. Carmel; Mrs. George

Strong and G. P. Swenson's two H. Miller. Long Island City; Mrs. Wil­

beautiful pictures, "Gone by the liam Miller, Carmel; Mrs. J. B. Maf-

Board" and "Winter Brook." Margaret fay, Lake Mahopac; Mrs. Albert Mead,

painting. "White Bowl." Towners is B. Wool worth of South Salem and the Brewster.

Board may not register you. They will, represented by Cecilia N. Muench 1 LeMiens. Wiaiiam and Dorothy B.

'Before Dinner" and by

Mrs. Gerald Nolan. Lake Mahopac;

Hermon

year, filed its third interim report. It ballot application, which must be

—o

'contribute especially outstanding pho­ Sadie Nagel, Lake Secor.

tographs.

Mrs. C. J. Poirier, Yonkers, N. Y.;

covered the 1.204 cases of dependent

children and held that 103 per cent

completely filled out, signed and sworn Carmel Country Club Ernest Hamlin Baker, Grace Neal, Mrs. Robert Peattie, Mahopac.

•of 117 cases chosen at random war­ to, but may be used only if you have __ _ . , — . ' t - Charles Keck, N. A., and Eileen Shatz, Mrs. M. Reilly. Lake Mahopac; Mrs.

To build and maintain .the vital lines of telephone commu­

0 all of Carmel, are among other artists P. Richards, Lake Mahopac; Mrs. B.

ranted criticism because of inadequate been Inducted into actual service be- TO Aid CamiVal, Aug. V

nication, the Bell System uses the biggest company-owned

well known to Brewsterites whose Ross, Lake Secor; Mrs. Leland Ryder,

surveys by case workers.

fore October 18th. This is the last

work greatly adds to the success of Carmel; Mrs. Isidore Rubin, Lake Ma­

0

fleet of motor vehicles in industry. This great "mechanized

date the Board of Elections may-re- Tne members of the Carmel Ooim- this exhibition. Others are Peter hopac; Mrs. B. Roteomund, Lake Se­

Hunting Lease Plan celve absentee ballot applications ^ club are ©o-operating with the Helck, Alice Judson. Miina I vane k cor; Mrs. Louis Rose. Brewster.

division" is made up of about 22,000 motors—many heavy

Mulford. Maude V. Cole and Eleanore Mrs. H. P. Snowsen, Mahopac Palls;

either by mail or personal delivery. If G ' y Trail clulb m ' .benefit Carni-

Needs Public Hearing

Stuart Bulmer. Gilford A. Cochran of Mrs. J. Sternfeld. N. Y. City; Anna trucks and large numbers of other kinds of cars.

you are inducted before October 18th val and 6treet Dance for the Clear- North Salem contributes one of his Steger. Lake Secor; Mrs. Louis Snif-

The Brewster Standard

and file your application with the p^j Camp. The members are particl- beautifully painted landscapes. "Stre- fln, Brewster; Mrs. Ralph H. Shar-

Brewster, New York

Board of Elections, you must also pro- patw in the festivities from Countryjam 8:00 p. and Dam," and Brooks Campbell brough, Mahopac Point; Mrs. J. E.

The men who man these trucks know their jobs and they

I should greatly appreciate your vide for having your name entered on m until midnight, at which time,

to

both

the,of Peekskill a sensitive "Portrait" and Stiles, Lake Mahopac; Mrs. W. Styles, do their jobs in summer's sun or winter^ ice storms.

printing ee. and E. L. Hub- Mrs. Henry L. Siemund. Lake Maho- into instant action wherever danger threatens or disaster

privately owned lands, the writer be­

fcard are all represented with paint­ pac; Mrs. M. Cornell Shirtz, Buffalo,

for you. If you have not heretofore ^ay. August 9.

lieves the subject In question to be of

ings that will reward a prolonged N. Y.: Mrs. C. T. Selinger. Mahopac strikes, so that service may go on as usual.

.sufficient importance to warrant a pub- voted you must provide the person Next week the U. 8. O. party is study.

Point; Mrs. C. T. Shevit. Mahopac

he meeting of land-owners in the who registers you with proof of liter- planned and over 1.000 visitors are ex- In the sculpture group other artists Falls; Mrs. Horace Simone. Mahopac

Township of Southeast at which the acy. of Schools. This can be an eighth grade, 1 pelted. Drum The Corps feature from attractions Clear-Pool for Camp the with work of unusual merit Include Falls; Mrs. Walter Stewart, Rolling In this "mechanized division" of

pros and cons of the matter be care­ high school or college diploma or a

I

afternoon

will give a

will

march

consist

demonstration.

of outdoor

Mr. Madeline Parks, A. N. 8. S-. Louis Greens, Mahopac; Miss Helen Stewart,

fully weighed.

certificate ADVERTISE of literacy IN THE which STANDARD

Lucien A. Hold was elected General Paul Jonas, John Angel and Robert Rolling Greens, Mahopac: Mrs. J. the Bell System, the New York

can be ob- dancing, swimming, diving, tennis and

Signed:

Chairman. Committee Chairmen are Kearfott.

Bennett Southard and Mrs. J. Row­

United we stand, divided we fall. tained from your local Superintendent ^

as follows:

exhibitions.

Tickets—Mrs.

The Junior

William

Fife

Less.

and

The exhibition will remain at the

land Stevenson, Cold Spring. N. Y.:

Telephone Company lias more

Eh *m 0

vertised In .this issue. Father Francis 2nd. Prizes—Mrs. H. O. Perm. Enter- Memorial Hall through August 16th Mrs. Wm. Schults and Mrs. George W. than 2,400 motors manned

E. Lavelle, pastor of the church. Is a tainment — Mr. Alex Limbach. Pub- and will be open every day including Stoddart, Mahopac Point.

Firworks To Open brother of the late Monsignor Lavelle. licity—Mr and Mrs. Harry Muller. Sunday, from 2 to 5 in the afternoon. Miss Dorothy G. Teall. Mahopac; widi veterans who "do a job"

He has many friends in the Brewster Booth—Mr. William E. Beagle, and On the last day of the exhibition Aug. Mrs. S. Tow bin, Long Pond; Mrs. M.

Amenia Street Fair

area who attend the annual fair bis Mr. W. B. Miller,

16 an oil painting will be awarded to K. Tappan, Lake Mahopac; Mrs- H. W. no matter how tough the job

committees promote. The guests at the Club this week the holder of the winning admission tic- Tappey. Croton Falls; Mrs. Helen

Amenia Street Pair, one of the his­ Fireworks will be an event this year were as follows: Mr. M. M Ryder of iket. The painting is a flower btudy by Teeter, Lake Secor; Mrs. Arthur Hildnr may be. To Serve the Nation's Call

toric fixtures of the Harlem Valley on for many people who did not see the Clinton. Ohio. Mr. W. A. Stewart, Maude V. Cole, retiring president of Thorsberg. Lake Secor; Mrs. S. Towell,

Koute 22, will be held on August 6. 7. usual displays on July 4 because of Cold Spring, N. Y., Miss Betty Goss- the Association, and the drawing of Granite Springs; Mrs. W. O. Taylor,

8 9. Fireworks will be the feature of rain. Amenia Fair Is apt to have fav- waller, of Pelham, N. Y., Mr. Oliver the lucky number will take place at Patterson.

he entertainment on Wednesday, orable weather. But if rain falls there Barbour of New York City, Mr. R. J. I four o'clock in the afternoon. All Mrs. J. Davis Winne, Baldwin Place; NEW YORK TELEPHONE COMPANi

August 6. and on Saturday. August S. Is plenty of hospitable shelter and the Madden of New York City. Mr. L. J. holders of admission tickets are invlt- Mrs. Herman Winner. Jersey City;

Tr.is fair, an annual benefit for the opportunity to see Father Lavelle and Nichols of New York City. Mr. J. Sul-1 ed to be present at that time on Sat- Mrs. C. Wixson. Mahopac: Mrs. George

inmaculate Conception Church Is ad-.other old friends. livan of New York City. urday. August 16th.

M. Westcott, Lake Mahopac; Mrs.


URSDAY. AUGUST 7, 1941 THE BREWSTER STANDARD — ESTABLISHED 1869 PAGE FIVE

Festivals. She was a guest of the Saving* Bank, Brewster, New York.

George Knights. With Mrs. A. Flower, Bennett, John H. Jr., Carmei. New

she spent this past week end at tne .York.

Berkshire Festival, where the Boston Fisher, Harrison H. w.. Brewster,

Symphony is giving a series of con- New York.

certs, two more to follow. They stayed! Germond, Frederick, Brewster. New

in Great Barrington during the Festi- York.

val and took in all the various activ- Grady, John, Brewster, New York.

ities which are held during the Festi- Makenzie. Roy, Dykemans. New

val. including a visit to the gardens of y©rk.

the Winthrop residence. Groton Place. Miller. Emily A:. Carmei New York.

They also attended the Chamber McHugh, James, Brewster. New

Music Concert at South Mountain, York.

Pittsneld. where the harpist Grand- Randall. Emily flaxen Reed. 31V

jany was the guest artist with the West 131st Street, New York City.

South Mountain String Quartett. Aug. 1, 1941. 15o3

WEDDED

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add 16,000 Central freight can to

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Vail's Golf Club News

mi MAIU uvu toun • • vou CAN UIU

PATTERSON

Rev. Charles A. Dann and Mrs. Dann

are away on a motor trip upstate. They

will be home next week end.

A /

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Ryder-Leonard

Rev. Ernest Vanderburgh and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Archibald Leonard, of

Vanderburgh are leaving this week end Lyndonville, vt., announce the marri­

for a visit with relatives upstate. age, on August 3 last, of their daugh­

o

ter, Miss Lois Leonard, to Mr. Robert

Mrs. James Sheppard and family

Morgan Ryder, son of Mr. and Mrs.

have been visiting relatives on Long

Ely M. T. Ryder, of Yonkers. The Rev.

Island.

John D. Sbaffeld officiated. The bride

was given in marriage by her father.

o

Her sister, Miss Katharine Leonard,

Mr. and Mrs. Norborne P. Catling,

lomas P. Kearns has moved to 4S3

was maid of honor and Mr. Frederic

Jr. and , their daughter, Melissa, are

162nd Street, Bronx, N. Y. ?

Stilmar was best man.

at home at Green Meadows Road,

o

Pleasantville, N. Y.

Mrs. Ryder was graduated from

ithony Carollo is In service e pt

0

Wheaton College in 1939 and attend­

aolulu on anti-aircraft guns. . All the stocking .stocks in town were ed Bank Street Graduate School, New

i o -4- Tjepioted on Saturday as news of the York, last year. Mr. Ryder was grad­

Irchlmedes Carollo is at Camp passing of silk stockings during the

uated from Loomis School and from

Miss., where he rated first class

Yale and received the PhD. degree

war influenced shoppers to stock up.

into.

from Yale in 1940. He is with the Bell

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Telpehone Laboratories in New York.

Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Penny stopped

(Helen Smith, student nurse of

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in Brewster last week end to pick up

STB Hospital, is at home on va­

bathing suits before going on to Cape Larries To Meet Strong

in.

Cod.

le Eastern Star will hold a card

1 o

jGarrison Team Sunday

/ Benny Van Scoy's new service sta­

at Tonetta Lake Club on August tion on East Main street was busy on

ert will be served at one thtate/ Sunday as motorists returning to the

A fast and strong Garrison baseball

team, the champions of Western

t with relatives in Mechanicville, Tun*. PkuiUn* w*fla McCabe _& !*•»•*•

Miss Mary Lee Borden McCabe spent

Wednesday with Miss Kate Gallagher

Francis Welch was home on Monday on Mornlngthorpe Avenue, Brewster.

24 hours leave from service

©

lewhere in the Atlantic.

•••o

jer Reynolds is employed in dese

work at New Haven. He comes

ie to Brewster on week ends.

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A Mlss Pauline wens Mcoaoe ana tUj_ - ?• "with plenty of opposl-

ftt ^ mectTOZOne fleld tnls g^.

day.

This -first meeting of these two

teams has been anticipated by the

Mrs. D. E. Stannard left early today baseball fans of Putnam County. The

fans from the Western side of the

SE \ n*^v««K!??wt^?S? a WW** labor der Mr. A. C. Penny gave her a lift to the ^^ ft,. «-«.!*«« f»«~ OW «„ »*..*„„»„_

impression

boat at New Bedford.

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Mr. and Mrs. Albro S. Travis, of

[iss Margaret Mackey and Miss, Hudson, N. Y., spent the week end in

che Mackey left on Sunday to Brewster. Their fleeting visit did not

d a fortnight on Nantucket Island. | allow tlme to cover all tne soda! ter-

.. „ — ^ £ ^, Jrltory open at this season.

and Mrs. William Gregory spent 0

past week end with relatives In Miss Marguerite Bruns and Miss

ing and Brewster. !j o a n Beaj are assisting Mrs. W. Ross

. Z ,9~Z1— „». .iBeal in arranging the Country Store,

ie annual Pall Flower .Show of|a -jec^i feature of the USO festival

vster Grange will be held onito be held Saturday, August 16th at

londay, September 8th, in Grange (Carmei country Club.

Details will be announced soon.

Mr. and Mrs. Prank Bruey, Jr., are

A. C. Penny and his grand- receiving congratulations on the birth

lughters, Elaine and Joan O'Brien, \QJ a daughter at Danbury Hospital.

re visiting Mrs. Anna Hughes of i Thursday, July 24, 1941. Mrs. Bruey

torn- land her infant returned home Sun-

•0 dav

The I. O. O. P., will hold their an-j ' 0

|iual clambake Thursday night at Odd. ^ Harold G. Schryver has made a

ellows Hall, Main Street, Brewster, _,_, recovery from his recent Illness.

Y. ! Twice this week he's come in to shop

° , .-| with his family, and next week he

Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Wells entertain-iplana to join toe commuters going to

a large family party on Mt. Riga K_ _, town>

turday in celebration of Mrs. Wells' j w METHODIST CHURCH

Rev. Charles A. Dann, Minister

Fred Gray and George Dickinson Mrs. J. Johnston and Miss- Leone

played off the finals lor the club

Church School at ten o'clock. Morn­ Q. In what denominations are De­

Johnston of Poughkeepsie, called on

championship 36 holes. Fred at the

ing Service at eleven.

fense Savings Stamps available?

friends here on Tuesday.

end of the match with medal scores

The guest speaker for the morning

A. Ten cents, 25 cents, 50 cents $1,

of 139 each, the match run into four

service wilLbe Mr. Chester A. Smith,

and $5. An album is given free with

extra holes where •Freddie dropped a Mrs. Abbie Di'bble is having a well

of Peekskill, N. Y. The subject will be

first stamp purchase to mount stamps

nice 30 foot putt for a birdie and the drilled on her property at Whaley

"The Signs of the Times."

of 25 cents up.

championship.

Lake to supply water for all of her

Q. In what denominations are De­

Shooting a 34 on the first 9 and 36

cottages.

On the morning of August 17th the fense Savings Bonds available?

Methodist and Presbyterian congrega­

on the second 9 Freddie was only 2

A. You can buy a Series E Bond for

tions will Join in a Union Service at

up on George before going to lunch,

$18.75, $3750, $75, $375, or $750. The

ADVERTISE IN THE STANDARD the Presbyterian Church.

in the afternoon George had a 34

prices of Series F Bonds range from

against 38 for (Freddie, turning for

$74 to $7,400; Series O Bonds from

home with a two up lead which he

$100 to $10,000.

lost on the 10 and 11th making the

NOTE.—To buy Defense Bonds and

match square again. George won the The PANCAKE

Stamps, go to the nearest post office,

the 12th — lost the 13th, halved the

bank, or savings and loan association;

AL BERNASCONI

14th, Fred won the 16th, George the

or write to the Treasurer of the Unit­

10th, halved the 17th and 18th, both

FINE FOOOSERVED FRESH

ed States, Washington, D. O, for a

shot par for the next three holes then Telephone 630 Carmei, New York mail-order form.

Freddie caugh a nice birdie to finish

the match and win his first championship.

READING NOTICES

Both 'boys shot really nice golf, Fred

going only 2 strokes over par for 40

A. P. Bndd, Insurance, Real Estate

holes, George 3 over par, and con­

Anderson's Drug Store

sidering that the match was played

WORK HORSE for sale. Wilbur

in a high wind, they are both to be M-S8 Main Street Phones 934 or 936 Brewster, N. Y. Knapp. Tel. 476 Croton Falls. lOtf

congratulated Km their low scores.

Thirty-seven entries took part in

KEYS and LOCK WORK. C. N.

Special 1 Developing and Printing

the Blind Bogey. Ray Sweeney, Brew­

i Hancock. Leave work at Peaceable Hill

ster, winning first with a net 68 which

or Danbury Brewster Lumber Co. lltf

was the winning number.

Developing Films — 10c

FOR RENT Sept. 1. Six rooms, all

George Dickinson and Jim Martyn

Printing — 3 Vic print

improvements, one car garage. John

played in the hole in one contest

Snidero. Tel. 2545 Brewster. IStf

sponsored by the World-Telegram at

35 M.M. — Develop and Enlarge Each Picture

the Leewood Golf Club. George had

that the Garrison team is the strong­ four balls on the green but could not

36 Exposure — $1.50

er, while the fans of the eastern part get one in the charmed circle. Jim

of Putnam are counting upon the put all five on the green, one in the FILMS LEFT BEFORE 4 P. M. — READY NEXT DAY 4 P. M.

"Larries" to uphold the superiority of circle ten feet from the pin. Vail's

EXCEPT SUNDAYS

this side of the County.

are sending quite a representative

Manager Butler of the Larries has number to the Putnam County Golf

planned a big change in the locals' Championship held at Mahopac and

lineup in an' endeavor to end their we are wishing the boys the best of v,|.'J • • liii'iliiiVJiHliiiiv^a:!::!!-!:!'

three game losing streak. Bob Scolplno, luck.

erstwhile hurler for the Mahopac

o

Chiefs, will be making his first start

on the mound for the Lawrencemen.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Klllory are

ending a few days with their rela-

Umpire Ray Terwilliger will cry

play ball at 3 p. m. Dfl.T.

ives at Brockton, Mass.

o

Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Buck Und

family expect to move shortly in their

newly built bunaglow at Whaley Lake CAMEO THEATRE

for the balance of the season.

o

Telephone: Brewster 688

Miss Clara Sepe, of Huntingdon, L.

BREWSTER, N. Y.

I., is visiting her cousins, Mr. and Mrs.

Nicholas Prisco.

Frl. and Sat., Aug. 8 and 9

Matinee at 3:00 P. M.

o-

Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Hull and THE SHEPHERD

family are living at Oasport, N. Y.,

the home of Mr. Hull's parents. Mr.

Hull is engaged in defense work at OF THE HILLS

Buffalo.

JOHN WAYNE

, 0

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BETTY FIELD

irthday. The Red Cross work room in Brew-

John Prisco attended the Hamble-

HARRY CAREY A

— ~*—Z? -.11 i. «*W Public Library will be open every tonian Day races at Goshen yester­ — Special Added Attraction —

Mrs. Prank Thomas will be in Tnureday fTOm a.4:30 p# m> *«. the day. It was his first visit, the first of Latest Issue March of Time

large of the public health nurses !makln- of surgical dressings. Workers many if all goes well with the world. "CHINA FIGHTS BACK-

>fflce in Brewster during the month needed to All the new quota. Since Lloyd's bet 1,000 to 1 the United

— Saturday Matinee Only —

* August. Mrs. Olive Cole Hopkins is 0

States won't be bombed Goshen may

vacation. Clarence R. Banks, expert watch- need another installation of machines

'RETURN OF DANIEL BOONE"

„ ' . ~ . ! maker, formerly of the IPurfoush Jewel- before 1942.

with Bill Elliott

Carl Chirasello, independent garbage ry store Danbury, Conn., is now in

• • o- -

collector, employed by several Maln|charge of _,e work ^ which ne spec- Mrs. A. P. Lcodell entertained the Sun. and Mon., Aug. 10 and 11

Btreet stores, has been commended forliallz_ at uahm's Jewelry Store, Brew- Tuesday Club at luncheon at The Gay Matinee at 3:00 P. M.

I his good work in clearing up the refuse eter>

Nineties this week and later the guests

early and often. 0

played controct at her home. Mrs. BARNACLE

.. ... T* „., . ,. . J On Thursday, August 14th at 8:30 Tooumey, Mrs. Wells, Miss Towner and

Mr. and Mrs. George Pilch, Jr.,.an-1 the benefit card party of the District others have souvenlers of the occas­ BILL

nounce the birth of a son, K^Dfrwj Nursing Association of North Salem ion.

Thursday, July 31, 1941 at Brewster, ^,m be open to __ nejghbors of this

starring

N. Y. Mrs. Pilch and her infant are/v4clnlty. Tables will be arranged for all

WALLACE BERRY

both doing well. ^ / popular card games. Prizes and re­

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Waters/fes sion *J~

V STAMPS GO ON SALE

MARJORIE MAIN

freshments fee of 60 are cents. included in the admts-

1 turned last week end from their

Sun. Mat Only — Ep. 9 of

©-

Ihonyemoon trip. They spent some time

The British Ambulance Corps, 420

On Sunday, August 10 Mr. Deknar

'RIDERS OF DEATH VALLEY*

it Hyannis, Cape Cod, Mass., and en­

Lexington Avenue, has begun distribu­

Cooper of Poughkeepsie, popular

joyed swimming and golf.

tion of a million stamps through its

speaker and • preacher, though blind,

o

V for Victory clubs.

will conduct service in the Brewster

Lucian H. Steyn, flying cadet has

The stamps are sold in sheets of

Presbyterian Church hi the absence of

[qualified for a commission as second

fifty for $1. Proceeds will be used to

the pastor, Rev. Ernest Vanderburgh.

lieutenant. He has been training at

furnish aid to Britain.

Mr. Cooper is well known as a speak peaktr,

I Langley Field, Va. and came to Brew­

• o

lecturer, and speech instructor.

ster on leave this week,

ST. ANDREWS CHURCH

o •

o

Rev. Frederick A. Coleman, Rector

Mr. and Mrs. James Howl Le/ of

The Ladies' Aid Society of the Pirst

Brewster, N. Y., are receiving congrat­

8 a. m. Holy Communion.

Baptist Church has postponed its

ulations on the birth of a daughter

11. Morning Prayer and sermon.

basket luncheon and business meeting

at Danbury Hospital, Monday, August

"The Lure of the Skyline."

from August 7 to August 14. It will

4, 1941. Mrs. (Howley, the former (Helen The guest soloist at this service will

be held at Ballard's pond near Lud-

Darling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. be Mr. John Phillips of East Orange,

ingtonville.

Prank Darling, of Brewster and her N. J. and Katonah, N. Y.

o

infant are both doing well,

o

Lieutenant Colonel Leon Brewster

-o

Lent, formerly of Brewster and Whit*

Brewster Garden Club will hold a Hawks' Estate Sold

Plains, is chief engineer on the Na­

luncheon meeting at Outpost Inn,

tional Investors Council, Washington,

By Redding Broker

August 12. Members are requested to

D. C. In World War I, he was Major

notify Mrs. Alexander P. Lobdell, Jr., The property of the late Captain

in the Air Service.

by noon, August Ll whether they will Frank (Hawks, famous aviator of Red­

o

be present .•Mrs. Lobdell's telephone is ding, has been sold by his widow,

The annual golf championship tour­ Brewster 425. Mr. Maurice Condon, of Edith Hawks, to William P. Edwards,

nament of Putnam County Country Outpost Nurseries, will address the of Chestnut Hill, Westport. The prop­

Clubs starts Thursday, August 7 at meeting.

erty is on Route 53 and has about four

Mahopac Country Club and continues

o

acres and a modern Colonial house.

August 8 and 9. Jock MaoDonald ex­

|/ The annual Friends Meeting will be Mrs. Hawks has reoccupied her home

pects a large turnout for the qualify­

held at the Peach Lake Friends Meet- in the remodeled barn on the lake

ing round, August 6.

House on Sunday, August 17th at back of the property sold to Mr. Ed­

o

3 p. m., D. 6. Time. Dr. Howard wards. D. B. Ward, who lives at the old

Mr. and Mrs. John Cleary < Hoadley of White Plains is expected to Mark Twain estate called Stormfield,

tained Mr. and Mrs. Richard Huttar. be present, also other Friends mem­ in Redding, associated with the Old

Miss Ann IHuttar and Richard and bers of Chappaqua and Purchase Forge Realty company of Wilton, was

• Robert IHuttar, of Staten Island on Meetings. All interested are cordially the broker who consummated the deal.

'Sunday. They all attended the soft- invited to be present,

ball game between Gene Tunney's

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Naval Officers and Lowell Thomas'

Nine Old Men on Quaker Hill. \_/

A.

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Jrown cocoa and chocolate stains

it are not removed by 'washing with

ip and water may often be removlf

they are covered with borax and

iked in cold water.

N. CIOCCOLANTI

General Contractor

*

Builder

Phone 7tt

Marrtn Am Brewster, N. T.

The Putnam County

National Bank

Carmel, N. Y.

Two-by-two broadcloth (both tha

lengthwise and crosswise yarns are

two-ply) is stronger than two-toy-one

broadcloth in which the warp thread

is two-ply but the filling yarn is

single.

*%•

ANTIQUES

Nice things at

reasonable prices

Stony Hill Farm

MARGARET R. LORINI

Croton Falls Rd., Mahopao, N. T.

Furniture restored - refinlshed

SUPREME COURT:

PUTNAM COUNTY

NATHAN B. ROOD,

Plaintiff,

-against-

DAVID WHITE,

Defendant.

Plaintiff Des- I

ignates Putnam |

County as the |

place of trial

SUMMONS ,

WITH NOTICE,

TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEND­

ANT:

YOU AiRE HEREBY SUMMONED,

to answer the complaint in this action,

and to serve a copy of your answer,

or, if the complaint is not served with

this summons, to serve a notice of appearance,

on the Plaintiff's Attorney

I

DEFENSE

BOND QUIZ

Q. In what denominations are Defense

Savings Stamps available?

A. Ten cents, 25 cents, SO cents $1,

and $5. An album Is given free with

first stamp purchase to mount stamps

of 25 cents up.

Q. In what denominations are Defense

Savings Bonds available?

A. Tou can buy a Series E Bond for

$18.76, $37.50, $75, $375, or $750. The

prices of Series F Bonds range from

$74 to $7,400; Series O Bonds from

$100 to $10,000.

NOTE.—To buy Defense Bonds and

Stamps, go to the nearest post office,

bank, or savings and loan association;

or write to the Treasurer of the United

States, Washington, D. C, for a

mail-order form.

o —

Most children prefer milk flavored

lightly with some kind of berry juice,

a recent study shows.

The Wooster School

(or Boys

DANBUKY, CONN.

College Preparatory

Grades 7, 8 - High School 1-4

Special arrangements may be made

whereby a limited number ot boys

In Grades 7 and 8 may be accepted

as Day Scholars.

Rev A. C. Coburn, Headmaster

Church Services

ST. LUKE'S CHURCH

Knmrrs, N. Y.

Rev. S. R. BrinckerhofT, Rector

Sunday, August 10, 1041

Ninth Sunday after Trinity

8:00 A. M, Holy Communion.

0:30 A. M. Morning Prayer and sermon.

Rev. Frederick A. Coleman will officiate

and preach, o

ST. JAMES' CHURCH

North Salem, N. Y.

Rev. S. R. BrinckerhofT, Rector

Sunday, August 10, 1041

Ninth Sunday after Trinity

11:00 A. M. Morning Prayer and sermon.

Rev. W. N. Bailey will officiate and

preach.

0^

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

"Snirit" is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon

in all Churches of Christ,

Scientist, on Sunday, August 10.

TRINITY LUTHERAN

Grange Hall, Park St., Brewster, N. Y.

Pastor: William M. Horn

Sunday Service: 0:30 a. m.

Sunday School: 0:30 a. m.

Friday evening, August 8th, we are

having the special covered dish supper

and social for members and

friends of Trinity. The time has been

purposely arranged for the convenience

of our many Lutheran summer

residents. Come with the family

around 6:30 to the Grange Hall,

equipped with a good appetite and an

eagerness for a typical good time. If

you haven't been at one of these

social affairs before bring a covered

dish of some food, as that Is the mode

of providing the supper. This will be

our first social at which entertainment

has been provided by the members,

and it promises to be a hilarious one.

Ladies Endeavor met a week earlier

than usual, on August 6th at the home

of Mrs. Mey, Stormville. The meeting

began at 12:30 with a luncheon and

The Golden Text is: "The fruit of;^ followed by a, business meeting.

the Spirit is in all goodness and right-1 "which was mainly concerned with

eousness and truth" (Ephesians 5: 9,.,preparations for the coming social at

, Among the citations which comprise I the Grange Hall.

Hie Lesson-Sermon is the following. lhe * ^ S ^ 1*2$* .SSSL^^LS

from the Bible: "And the Redeemer .August 13th at the George Strand

Interest Department

Trust Department

within 20 days after the service of t a ^ *%£**& ff^Lu"J:"Z*Z£^\*

Christmas Clnb

Safe Deposit Boxts v

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THE

>UTNAM COUNTY

SAVINGS BANK

Brewster, N. Y.

Incorporated 1871

OFFICERS

George E. Jennings, President

Arthur P. Budd, Vice President

I. Hart Purdy, Vice President

Margaret K. Maokey, Secretary

and Treasurer

Doane O. Comstock, Counsel

Deposits made on or before the

tenth business day of January.

and July will bear interest from

the first of these months, respectively.

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this summons, exclusive of the day of gSSSrf o jfilS EL53* EL %?&£'£ H? e Unlted etates Dr. Hn Shih, Chinese Ambassador to Washington, who will be a guest]

of honor of United China Relief at the benefit on behalf of his peopled

Gala Garden party for the United) Dr. Hu Shih. Chinese Ambassador

wU1 ,be a gue3t

i. ~* „„,.» *.tiv££ 4« August 9 at the home of Mr. and Mrs.jat the party and will

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will

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be gathering momentum and taking on .author and philosopher. He received

bJgger proportions. In addition to the his American training at Cornell and

relief demanded in the complaint.

dancer, auction, magician and other'Columbia Universities, and is well ac-

Dated: May 16. 1941

I ntertainment previously announced, qualnted with this country, by reason

ROOD & GliEIBERMAN.

there will be an authentic dragon par-j of having made several visits here.

Attorneys for Plaintiff

ado, with eighteen men and accom­

Office & P. O. Address

Rex Stout, well known writer of

paniment of percussion instruments.

1037 Main Street

mystery stories will be a guest at the

Sound film in color, showing Chun­ party, and will autograph copies of

Peeksklll, N. Y.

king under fire, will be shown. These his books to be sold in behalf of China

TO THE DEFENDANT,

ipictures are a part of the movie taken [(Relief. Mr. Stout is a native of In-

DAVID WHITE:

The forwroinir summons is served 'f* ^ ^ ^ (Due to ** unavoidable I cUana. He has had a varied and in-

«n^ vou 1?v nubliSS 0ursuMrto mor in the conunittee publicity, the teresting life, and prior to his taking

JHrde^ ffJEmLee^?aSS? Svta • utle of J? 16 p * tur ° ^erroneously up fiction wriUng as a career he haf

the State of New York, dated the 30th .rig»? P lcture » **


PAGE EIGHT THE BREWSTER STANDARD — ESTABLISHED 1869 THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1941

Astor Roof Points

Will Bradley to Stardom

It looks like the summer of 1941 will

go down In Tin Pan Alley Circles as

"The Trombone 'Era." Busiest of the

Hotel Roofs since Spring Fever became

the most popular malady of the

moment has been the famous Hotel

Astor Hoof.

For the first eight weeks of the seaeon

trombone-tooting Tommy Dorsey

and his Orchestra not only topped last

year's high but topped It by more than

fifty per cent in attendance. Which

left the hotel's popular host, Robert

K. Christenberry, in quite a quandary

as to what band seemed to be the

most logical one to retain the momentum

set by Dorsey.

His selection was a wise one. He

picked a fresh, young, spirited aggregation

of major-league musicians under

the baton of trombonist Will

Bradley, famous for his recordings of

"Beat Me Daddy," "Chicken Boogie,"

"Scrub Me, Mamma" but versatile

enough to swing into toe-tempting

dance rhythms with equal alacrity, as

evidenced by the Bradley, hit parade

platter—''Flamingo."

Will Bradley's Orchestra Is now In

Its third week atop the cool, atmospheric

Astor Roof—and the best test

of his popularity is the fact that youll

notice the same familiar faces coming

back again and again to dine and

dance where they enjoy it most. Heard

almost every night via WOR and the

Mutual Network and on the Ed Sullivan

Silver Theatre of the Air Coast

to Coast, it looks as though Bob Christenberry

can add the name Will

Bradley to the long list of bands he's

helped to make musical history at the

Times Square hostelry, names that included

the late Hal Kemp, Rudy

Valle, Vincent Lopez, Ina Ray Hutton,

Tommy Dorsey, Ozzie Nelson.

Sande Williams, Ben Bernle and Dick

Kuhn.

Kent Art Show

Opens August 17

The Kent Art Association will hold

its Nineteenth Annual Exhibition of

painting, sculpture and the graphic

arts at the Kent Community House in

Kent, Conn., from Sunday, August 17

to Sunday, August 31 inclusive; hours

2 to 6 p. m.. DS.T.

The Nineteenth Annual almost completes

the second decade of successive

exhibitions that the Association has

staged in the quiet valley of the

Housatonlc watched over by the picturesque

Litchfield Hills. It is a decade

disturbed by war clouds, and it is

as if the Arst drops of the deluge had

fallen in the valley, for Mr. Nisbet,

President of the Art Association, Is

already doing his bit with others to

organize Home Defense.

There will be new names appearing

in the catalogue, for artists of note

summering in the locality will be invited

to exhibit. Through this policy

the exhibition has grown to Include a

great variety of work in many mediums,

including the crafts.

Mrs. Walter Evans has again consented

to become chairman for the

hostesses who will be on hand each

day at the exhibition; each township

having its special day.

New Owners To

Remodel Gleneida House

The 15 room Gleneida House, on

Seminary Hill Road, in Carmel, on one

and a half acres of land, and consisting

of three story building, 15 rooms,

three baths, extra lavatories, four

fireplaces, has been sold by Mrs. Marie

Wiegold to Everett and Justine Fogal,

of Long Island. The new owners will

convert the premises into a three

apartment house. The property has

been held for some time at around

$15,000.

The sale was made by Herbert J.

Gebing, real estate broker of Carmel,

N. Y., who represented the purchaser

and the seller. This is the first sale

of the property in 26 years. It was

originally built and occupied by the

Palmer family, associated with Carmel

for many generations.

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Daniel Chester Krench. Defense

Bonds and Stamps, on sale at your

bank or post office, are a vital part

of America's defense, preparation*.

Police Prepare For

Grand August Ball

Putnam County Police Officers Will

Present Gala Entertainment and

Ball at Mahopac High School, Friday,

August 22.

During the past fortnight many

people of Putnam County and vicinity

have heard in one way and another of

I the plans of the Policemen's Benevolent

Association of Putnam County to

hold the first entertainment and ball

which will become an annual social

event. By telephone conversation and

letter members of the committee are

calling all citizens to join In an evening

of social pleasures. An outstanding

orchestra will play for dancing.

Letters and tickets regarding the ball

have been sent out by Clayton Eastwood,

secretary. The special committee

for the dance Is headed by Officer

Charles Schaefer of Brewster. His assistants

are Andrew Lltz, Wallace

Barrett, Harry Dale and Harry Mc-

Elrath.

The officers of the Benevolent Association

are Harry White, (Putnam

Valley, president, Charles Schaefer.

Brewster, vice-president, Clayton Eastwood,

secretary, Wallace (Barrett,

treasurer, Willard Lusk, sergeant-atarms.

The board of directors consists

of Andrew Riley, Cold Spring, Morgan

Seymour, Carmel, Louis Hobby, Brewster,

Andrew Lltz, Putnam Valley and

Wallace Hamilton, Phillpstown.

Eggs that weigh 24 or more ounces

to the dozen bring premium prices to

(he poultrymen.

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Surrogate's Notes

Estates of:

Henry J. Rusk, Phllipstown — Proof

of will taken, decree entered and letters

testamentary Issued to Emily

Rusk.

Albert H. Currier, Phllipstown —

Oath of executor filed, decree entered,

and letters testamentary issued to

Aaron H. Currier.

William Shaw, Southeast — Report

of appraiser filed and order exempting

estate tax entered.

Margaret odell, Carmel—Notice of

motion, petition, and consent filed:

order exempting estate tax on motion

entered. Settlement of estate filed and

recorded.

Frederick K. James, Putnam Valley

—Petition filed and order appointing

transfer tax appraiser entered.

Charles W. Marshall, Southeast, —

Assignments filed and recorded.

Evelyn. Whitney smith. Carmel —

Petition filed and order appointing

transfer tax appraiser entered.

Nathaniel T. Wright, Carmel—Proof

of claim filed.

John F. Kuhn, Putnam Valley—Petition

filed and order appointing

transfer tax appraiser entered.

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William Mahl Wins

Cornell Scholarship

On July 31 the State Department of

Education announced that William

Mahl, Jr., of Stoneywold, Carmel, N.

|Y., was awarded the state tuition-

I paying scholarship at Cornell University

as the result of competitive examinations

held June 16-10. The scholarship

entitles the holder to a reduction

of $300 a year from the regular

tuition fees.

PARKING FACILITIES

Matinee 2 p. m. - Evenings 7 Sc 9

Thursday, August 7

Shining Victory

JAMES STEPHENSON

GEKALDINE FITZGERALD

Fri. and Sat Aug. 8 and 9

"Barnacle Bill"

WALLACE BEERY

MARJORIE MAIN

LEO CARILLO

Sum, Mom, Tins., Aug. 10, 11, 12

"Blossoms

In The Dust"

GREER GARSON

WALTER PIDGEON

Wed. and Tfaurs., Aug. 13 and 14

"Underground"

JEFFREY LYNN

KAARAN VERNE

U. S. Marine Band To

Aid British Benefit

The United States Marine Band

and Oracle Fields will be the principal

attractions an the benefit program

to be sponsored Jointly by the British

War Relief Societies of Westchester

according to announcement made today.

The concert will take place on

Saturday evening, October 25th, in the

main auditorium of the Westchester

County Center.

The (benefit will be under the general

direction of a county wide committee,

representing British War Relief

Societies throughout Westchester.

A meeting of this committee was held

Monday night with Mrs. John Ash ton

of White Plains acting as temporary

chairman. Other members of the

committee include: Mrs. William A.

Kimbel of Ardsley- on -Hudson; Mrs.

William Brown Hill of Bronxville;

Mrs. R. H. Shreve of Hastings-on-

Hudson; Mrs. John Barr of Larch -

mont; Mrs. Fred T. Blakeman of Mt.

Kisco, Mrs. A. T. Phillips of Mt. Vernon;

Mrs. O. C. Kahn of New Rochelle;

Mrs. Laurence T. Hemmenway end

Mr. Trevor E. Hodges of Pelham; Mrs.

William W. Peake of Rye; Mrs. William

Jacobsen of Scarsdale; and Mrs.

Hugh Grant Howell of Tarrytown. Mr.

and Mrs. Julian Olney of White

Plains are assisting as managers for

the affair.

STARLIGHT

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Tues. Aug. 12 thru Sum Aug. 17

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Phone: Pawling 3641

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TOje Pretoster g>tanbarb

Brewster, Putnam County, N. Y., Thursday, August 7, 1941

SALE OF LAND IN PUTNAM COUNTY

FOR UNPAID TAXES FOR THE TEAR

1938

In accordance with Chapter 180 of the

Lawsof 1900, as amended. NOTICE

IS HEREBY GIVEN that at the Putnam

County Court House in Carmel, N. Y.,

on the 24th day of September, 1941, at

eleven o'clock A.M. (D.S.T.) and from

day to day thereafter until the sale is

completed, the undersigned will sell

each of the parcels of land hereinafter

described at Public Auction to discharge

the tax, penalty and interest and ex­

penses of sale which shall be due

thereon at the time of sale.

The following list and statement

shows as to each parcel to be sold, the

town in which located, the estimated

quantity, location and description and

the present owner, as reported by the

Town Supervisor, the amount of each

tax remaining unpaid thereon with the

year in which it was assessed (or re­

turned) and added to the town tax list

and to whom assessed and the amount

including expenses, which will be due

at the time of sale.

SOUTHEAST

A tract of land located at Joes Hills,

in the eastern part of the town of South­

east, Putnam County, New York, con­

taining about forty acres, bounded

north by lands of M. L. Mathews, east

by lands of C. N. Dodge Estate, south

by lands of R. J. Hatch Estate, west by

the Highway. Assessed, Carl Anderson

or Joe's Hills Realty Corporation. Tax,

1938, $41.21. Fire District Tax, $0.50. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $21.20. Amount^

due, $77.56. Supposed owner, Joe's Hills

Realty Corporation.

A gas station, residence and a tract of

land located at Sodom, in the eastern

part of the town of Southeast, Putnam

County, New York, containing about

one-half acre, bounded north by lands

of Mrs. Reuben Hodge, east by the High­

way, south by the Highway, west by

the Highway. Assessed, William Appell.

Tax, 1938, $92.72. Fire District Tax,

$1.13. Returned School Tax, 1937, $47.69.

Amount due, $160.12. Supposed owner,

William Appell.

A house and a tract of land located

at Marvin Avenue, Brewster, in the

central part of the town of Southeast,

Putnam County, New York, bounded

north by lands of Presbyterian Manse,

east by the Highway, south by the High­

way, west by lands of E. McGinn. As­

sessed, John Anderson Estate. Tax,

1938, $38.52. Amount due, $51.95. Sup­

posed owner, John Anderson Estate.

A tract of land located at DeForest

Corners, in the northeastern part of the

town of Southeast, Putnam County, New

York, containing about eight acres,

bounded north by lands of Morlock Es­

tate, east by the Highway, south by

lands of M. S. Smith, west by Croton

River. Assessed, Dr. A. C. Butts. Tax,

1938, $20.61. Fire District Tax, $0.25.

Amount due, $33.40. Supposed owner,

Dr. A. C. Butts.

Road signs and a tract of land located

on Route No. 22, in the central part of

the town of Southeast, Putnam County,

New York, bounded north by lands of

Del Canto and Mulkins, east by the

Highway, south by lands of R. S. Love,

west by the Highway. Assessed, Comes-

key and Durkin. Tax, 1938, $22.67. Fire

District Tax, $0.28, Amount due, $35.60.

Supposed owners, Comeskey and Dur­

kin.

A tract of land located at Peaceable

Hill, in the central part of the town of

Southeast, Putnam County, New York,

bounded north by lands of H. Howell,

east by lands of P. F. Beal, south by

lands of H. E. Hazzard, west by the

Highway. Assessed. Comeskey and Dur­

kin. Tax, 1938, $8.24. Fire District Tax.

$0.10. Amount due, $20.26. Supposed

owners, Comeskey and Durkin.

A gas station and a tract of land lo­

cated on Route No. 6, in the eastern

part of the town of Southeast, Putnam

County, New York, containing about

one acre, bounded north by lands of

City of New York, east by lands of

C. and J. Stavola, south by the High­

way, west by lands of J. Wilkin Estate.

Assessed, Antonio and Theresa Chira-

sello. Tax, 1938, $37.09. Fire District

Tax, $0.45. Amount due, $50.92. Sup­

posed owners, Antonia a'ld Thereso

Chirasello.

A tract of land located at Drewcliff,

•in the southern part of the town of

JJoutheast, Putnam County, New York,

containing about eleven acres, bounded

north by the Highway, east by lands of

V. Dreyfus, south by lands of I. C. Hollis

Estate, west by lands of Lillian John­

son. Assessed. Dominico Feleppa. Tax,

1938, $24.73. Fire District Tax, $0.30. Re­

turned School Tax. 1937, $12.71. Amount

due, $51.13. Supposed owner, Dominico

Feleppa.

A tract of land located at Tilly Foster,

in the western part of the town of

Southeast, Putnam County, New York,

being lots Nos. 13. 14, 15. 16. 18, 19.

20. 21, 22, 23 bounded north by lands

of H. M. Goodhardt, east by lands of

H. M. Goodhardt, south by lands of

Putnam County Savings Bank, west by

lands of City of New York. Assessed,

Ella M. Grady. Returned School Tax.

1937, $14.83. Amount due. $27.07. Sup­

posed owner, Ella M. Grady.

A tract of land located at DeForest

Corners, in the northeastern part of the

town of Southeast, Putnam County,

New York, bounded north by lands of

D. Ticknor. east by lands of D. Tick-

nor. south by lands of S. Bachetta, west

by lands of D. Ticknor. Assessed. Frank­

lin J. Hunt. Tax. 1938. $14.42. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.18. Amount due. $26.83.

Supposed owned, Franklin J. Hunt.

A house and a tract of land located

at Fields Lane, in the southern part of

the town of Southeast, Putnam County.

New York, containing about three acres,

bounded north by lands of S. P. Field,

east by lands of S. P. Field, south by the

Highway, west by lands of W. B. Eddy.

Assessed. E. P. and C. M. Haas. Tax.

1938. $92.72. Fire District Tax, $1.13.

Amount due, $110.04. Supposed owners,

E. P. and C. M. Haas.

A tract of land situate at Lake To-

netta, in the town of Southeast, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 35, 37, 39, 41, on a map of lands

of Tonetta Lake Park Corporation filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 25-B—Part 1. Assessed, Fred A.

Jadburg. Tax, 1938, $24.73. Fire Distict

Tax, $0.30. Returned School Tax, 1937.

$12.71. Amount due, $51.13. Supposed

owner, Fred A. Jaburg.

A tract of land located on Route No.

22, in the southwestern part of the

town of Southeast, Putnam County,

New York, containing about one hun­

dred and two acres, bounded north by

lands of Arietta Crane Reed Home,

east by lands of Arietta Crane Reed

Home, south by lands of E. M. Powell,

west by lands of City of New York. As­

sessed, Jacob Katz. Tax, 1938, $206.05.

Fire District Tax. $2.52. Amount due,

$230.50. Supposed owner, Jacob Katz:

A tract of land located at Putnam

Terrace, Brewster, in the central part of

the town of Southeast, Putnam County,

New York, bounded north, east and

south by lands of I. Paddock, west by

Driveway. Assessed, Henry Klott Tax,

1938. $3.85. Returned School Tax. 1937.

$2.12. Amount due, $17.77.. Supposed

owner, Henry Klott Estate.

A tract of land located at Peach Lake,

in the southeastern part of the town of

Southeast, Putnam County, New York,

containing about seven acres, bounded

north by lands of A. H. Vail, east by

Peach Lake, south by lands of C.

Bloomer Estate, west by lands of Star

Ridge Corporation. Assessed, Solomon

Lieberman. Tax, 1938, $8.24. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.10. Amount due, $20.26.

Supposed owner, Solomon Lieberman.

A tract of land located at Joes Hills,

in the eastern part of the town of South­

east, Putnam County, New York, known

as Lot No. 3 on map of Vincent Joseph

Redmond. Assessed, John J. Lord. Tax,

1938, $2.06. Fire District Tax, $0.03. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $1.06. Amount

due, $14.81. Supposed owner, John J.

Lord.

A tract of land situate at Tonetta

Lake, in the town of Southeast, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plot No.

19, on a map of lands of Tonetta Lake

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 75-B. As­

sessed, W. E. Maher, Tax, 1938, $8.24.

Fire District Tax, $0.10. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $4.24. Amount due, $24.71.

Supposed owner, W. E. Maher.

A tract of land with cottage thereon,

situate at Tonetta Lake, in the Town

of Southeast, .Putnam County, New

York, known as Plot No. 58A, on a map

of lands of Tonetta Lake Park Corpora­

tion filed in Putnam County Clerk's Of­

fice under File No. 11 A. Assessed,

Theresa G. Mentz. Tax, 1938, $20.61. Fire

District Tax, $025. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $10.59. Amount due, $44.52.

Supposed owner, Theresa G. Mentz.

A house and a tract of land located

at Putnam Terrace, Brewster, in the

central part of the town of Southeast,

Putnam County, New York, bounded

north by lands of T. Ward, east by

lands of F. L. Burdge, south and west

by lands of P. F. Beal. Assessed, Irving

Paddock. Tax, 1938, $23.11. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $12.71. Amount due,

$49.11. Supposed owner, Irving Paddock

Estate.

A driveway located at Putnam Ter­

race, Brewster, in the central part of

the town of Southeast, Putnam County,

New York. Assessed, Mrs. Irving Pad­

dock. Tax, 1938, $0.96. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $1.06. Amount due, $13.62.

Supposed owner, Mrs. Irving Paddock.

Sign boards "and development on

Route No. 22, in the central part of the

town of Southeast, Putnam County,

New York, containing about fifty-five

acres, filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 65-B. Assessed,

Sunewog Heights Corporation. Tax,

1938, $103.03. Fire District Tax, $1.26.

Amount due, $121.00. Supposed owner,

Sunewog Heights Corporation.

A tract of land located at Dykemans,

in the northern part of the town of

Southeast, Putnam County, New York,

containing about thirty acres, bounded

north by Southeast-Patterson' Town

Line, east by the Highway, south by

lands of A. Brian Estate, west by lands

of Isrin Oliver Corporation. Assessed,

Elizabeth W. Stoltz. Tax, 1938. $30.91.

Fire District Tax, $0.38. Amount due.

$44.35. Supposed owner, Elizabeth W.

Stoltz.

A tract of land located at Peaceable

Hill, in the central part of the town of

Southeast, Putnam County, New York,

known as Lots Nos. F-l, F-2 and B-6,

bounded north by lands of C. Hancock,

east by lands of P. F. Beal, south by

lands of J. Grady, west by the High­

way. Assessed. W. E. Smith Estate. Tax,

1938, $6.18. Fire District Tax, $0.08.

Amount due, $18.07. Supposed owner,

W. E. Smith Estate.

A tract of land located at Factory

Hill, in the central part of the town of

Southeast, Putnam County, New York,

being Lot No. 8, bounded north by lands

of G. E. Dickinson, east by New Street,

south by lands of G. E. Dickinson, west

by the Highway. Assessed. W. E. Smith

Estate. Tax. 1938. $2.89. Amount due,

$14.53. Supposed owner, W. E. Smith

Estate.

A farm located at Tattle Street, in

the northern part of the town of South-

Putnam County. New York, con­

taining about one hundred and seventy-

five acres, bounded north by lands of

B. O. Nichols, east by the Highway.

south by lands of T. Farrell Estate, west

by lands of Tonetta Lake Farm. As-

i. Townsend Estate. Tax. 1938.

$144.24. Fire District Tax. $1.76. Re­

turned School Tax. 1937. $74.18. Amount

due, $242.69. Supposed owner, Town-

send Estate.

PHILIPSTOWN

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at Nelsonville, in the western

part of the town of Philipstown, Put­

nam County, New York, bounded north

by lands of Merritt, east by Crown

Street, south by Main Street, west by

lands of MacAllister. Assessed, John

Brooks. Tax, 1938, $43.42. Returned

School Tax, 1938, $19.05. Amount due,

$77.09. Supposed owner, John Brooks.

A tract of land located at Garrison,

in the southwestern part of the town of

Philipstown, Putnam County, New York,

containing four lots, bounded north by

the Street, east by lands of Grassi,

south by lands of Ware, west by lands

of Grassi. Assessed, Joseph and Joseph­

ine Bueger. Tax, 1938, $7.22. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $1.80. Amount due,

$20.97. Supposed owners, Joseph and

Josephine Burger.

A tract of land located at East Moun­

tain, in the northeastern part of the

tqwn of Philipstown, Putnam County,

New York, containing about five acres,

bounded north and west by lands 6f Es-

selborn. Tax, 1938, $12.03. Returned

School Tax, 1938, $4.76. Amount due,

$29.13. Supposed owner, Hildegarde

Burnester.

A tract of land located at River Road.

in the western part of the town of

Philipstown, Putnam County, New York,

containing about six hundred and sixty

acres, bounded north by lands of New

York City, Whitney and Surprise Lake

Camp, east by lands of Surprise Lake

Camp, south by lands of Mount Tauris,

west by lands of Moog and the High­

way. Assessed, E. J. Cornish. Tax, 1938,

$2,646.60. Amount due, $2,790.43. Sup­

posed owner, Joel Cornish.

A tract of land located at Storm King,

in the western part of the town of Phil­

ipstown, Putnam County, New York,

bounded north by lands of Cornish, east

by lands of Cornish, south by lands of

Cornish, west by Beacon Bear Mountain

Highway. Assessed, E. J. Cornish. Tax,

1938, $9.62. Amount due, $21.60. Sup­

posed owner, Joel Cornish.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at Storm King, in western part

of the town of Philipstown, Putnam

County, New York, bounded north, east

and south by lands of Cornish, west by

Beacon Bear Mountain Highway. As­

sessed, E. J. Cornish. Tax, 1938, $21.65.

Amount due, $34.23. Supposed owner,

Joel Cornish.

A vacant lot located at East Mountain,

in the northeastern part of the town of

Philipstown, Putnam County, New York.

Assessed, Catherine Crandell. Tax, 1938,

$4.81. Amount due, $16.55. Supposed

owner, Catherine Crandell.

A tract of land buildings thereon, lo­

cated at North Highlands, in the west­

ern part of the town of Philipstown,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about ninety-five acres, bounded north

by lands of Valhalla Highlands, east by

lands of Valhalla Highlands, south by

the Highway, west by lands of Village

of Cold Spring. Assessed, Cancosiar So­

ciety. Tax, 1938, $57.74. Amount due,

$72.13. Supposed owner, - Cancosiar So­

ciety.

A tract of land with buildings there­

on, located at North Highlands, in the

northern part of the town of Philips-

town, Putnam County, New York, con­

taining about seventy acres, bounded

north by lands of Forman, east and

south by lands of Hustis, west by the

Highway. Assessed, Dia Fla and Dia Fill

Corporation. Tax, 1938, $156.39. Re­

turned School Tax. 1938. $61.90. Amount

due, $240.70. Supposed owner, Dia Fla

and Dia Fill Corporation.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at Valhalla Highlands, in the

western part of the town of Philips-

town, Putnam County, New York,

known as Valhalla Lot No. 52. Assessed,

Blair Dunkleburgh. Highway Tax,

$17.40. Amount due. $29.77. Supposed

owner, Blair Dunkleburgh.

A tract of land located near Fahne-

stock Park, in the southeastern part of

the town of Philipstown, Putnam

County, New York, containing about

three acres, known as Reading Iron Ore

Lot. Assessed, William Field and B. Os­

good, Jr. Tax, 1938, $4.81. Amount due.

$16.55. Supposed owners, William Field

and B. Osgood, Jr.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at Nelsonville, in the western

part of the town of Philipstown, Putnam

County, New York, bounded north by

lands of Ireland, east by Division Street,

south by lands of Ferris. Assessed, Louis

Hale. Tax. 1938. $14.11. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $6.20. Amount due, $32.83.

Supposed owner, Louis Hale.

A tract of land located at North High­

lands, in the western part of the town

of Philipstown, Putnam County, New

York, containing about ninety acres with

buildings thereon, bounded north by

lands of Hustis and Waldron, east by

lands of Warren, south by lands of Bar­

rett and the Highway, west by lands

of Hustis. Assessed, Gustave Henke. Tax,

1938, $190.07. Returned School Tax.

1938. $75.23. Amount due, $290.07. Sup­

posed owner, Gustave Henke.

A tract of land located at North High­

lands, in the western part of the town

of Philipstown, Putnam County, New

York, containing about twelve acres,

bounded east by the Highway, south by

lands of Henke, west by lands of Henke.

Assessed, Agustave Henke. Tax, 1938.

$24.06. Returned School Tax, 1938. $9.52.

Amount due, $46.76. Supposed owner,

Agustave- Henke.

A tract of land with buildings and im­

provements thereon, located in the west­

ern part of the town of Philipstown,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about eighteen hundred and twenty-

nine acres, bounded north bv lands of

Cornish and Surprise Lake Camp, east

by lands of Mathews, Reynolds and Sur­

prise Lake Camp, south by Fishkill

Road, Village of Nelsonville and lands

of Fathers of Mercy and others, west by

Beacon Bear. Mountain State Highway

and Hudson River. Assessed, Hudson

River Stone Corporation. Tax, 1938,

$5,510.30. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$2,190.29. Amount due, $8,097.12. Sup­

posed owner, Hudson River Stone Corp­

oration.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at Manitou, in the southwestern

part of the town of Philipstown, Put­

nam County, New York, bounded east

by Beacon Bear Mountain State High­

way, south by lands of Raymond Moore.

Assessed, Anna Adele Hoag. Tax, 1938,

$36.09. Returned School Tax, 1938, $7.22.

Amount due, $50.98. Supposed owner,

Anna Adele Hoag.

A tract of land located at Manitou, in

the southwestern part of the town of

Philipstown, Putnam County, New York,

containing about two acres, bounded

north by lands of Hoag, east by Beacon

Bear Mountain State Highway. Assessed,

Anna Adele Hoag. Tax, 1938, $2.41. Re­

turned School Tax, 1938, $0.48. Amount

due, $14.53. Supposed owner, Anna

Adele Hoag.

A tract of land located at Cold Spring,

in the western part of the town of

Philipstown, Putnam County, New York,

bounded north by Northern Avenue,

east by lands of Murray, south by lands

of McAndrews, west by Church Street.

Assessed,. John Iselin, Mary Marston

and Eichele Goodrich. Tax, 1938, $10.86.

Returned School Tax, 1938, $4.76.

Amount due, $27.90. Supposed owners,

John Iselin, Mary Marston and Eichele

Goodrich.

A tract of land located in the south­

eastern part of the town of Philipstown,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about five acres. Assessed, E. W. Jef-

ferds. Tax, 1938, $4.81. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $1.90. Amount due, $18.55.

Supposed owner, E. W. Jefferds.

A tract of land with buildings thereon,

located at Lane Gate Road, in the west­

ern part of the town of Philipstown,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about sixty-three acres, bounded north

by lands of Timme, east by lands of

Wallace, south by lands of Camp Eden,

west by lands of Camp Eden and Blum-

mer. Assessed, Fred and Charles Lath.

Tax, 1938, $50.53. Returned School Tax,

1938, $20.00. Amount due, $85.56. Sup­

posed owners, Fred and Charles Lath.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at Nelsonville, in the western

part of the town of Philipstown, Put­

nam County, New York, bounded north

by lands of Jaycox, east by lands of

Smith, south by lands of Christian, west

by Mountain Road. Assessed, Fred Lath.

Tax, 1938, $19.54. Returned School Tax,

1938, $8.57. Amount due, $41.02. Sup­

posed owner, Fred Lath.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at Cold Spring, in the western

part of the town of Philipstown, Put­

nam County, New York, bounded north

by lands of Satterlee, east by lands of

Mathews, south by lands of Teimeyer

Estate, west by Stone Street. Assessed,

Harry Ludwig. Tax, 1938, $32.57. Re­

turned School Tax, 1938, $14.28. Amount

due, $60.69. Supposed owner, Harry

Ludwig.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at Nelsonville, in the western

part of the town of Philipstown, Put­

nam County, New York, bounded north

by lands of Merrit, east by lands of

MacAllister, south by Main Street, west

by lands of Benjamin. Assessed, George

Lusk. Tax, 1938, $16.96. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $4.76. Amount due, $34.31.

Supposed owner, George Lusk.

A tract of land located on the Albany

Post Road, in the western part of the

town of Philipstown, Putnam County,

New York, containing about two acres,

bounded north by lands of Smith, east

by Albany Post Road, south by lands of

Lovell. Assessed, Horace P. Lovell. Tax,

1938, $2.41. Amount due, $14.03. Sup­

posed owner, Horace Lovell.

A tract of land located at Graymoor

Village, in the southeastern part of the

town of Philipstown, Putnam County,

New York, known as Lots Nos. 1, 2 and

3D in Graymoor Development. Assessed,

Catherine McArdle. Tax, 1938, $4.81. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $1.20. Amount

due, $17.81. Supposed owner, Catherine

McArdle.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at Cold Spring, in the western

part of the town of Philipstown, Putnam

County, New York, bounded north by

lands of Pepiro, east by Fair Street,

south by lands of Mooney, west by lands

of Montrestella. Assessed, Mary Mull in.

Tax, 1938, $43.42. Returned School Tax,

1938, $19.05. Amount due, $77.09. Sup­

posed owner, Mary Mullin.

A tract of land, located at Garrison,

in the western part of the town of

Philipstown, Putnam County, New York,

known as Lots Nos. 58, 59. 60, 61, Block

1, in Grassi Development. Assessed,

Madeline Murphy. Tax, 1938, $9.62. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $2.41. Amount

due, $24.13. Supposed owner, Madeline

Murphy.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at Cold Spring, in the western

part of the town of Philipstown, Putnam

County, New York, bounded north by

lands of Arigo, east by lands of Cun­

ningham, south by lands of Higgins.

west by Parsonage Street. Assessed,

Frank Nastasia. Tax, 1938, $8.68. Re­

turned School Tax, 1938, $3.81. Amount

due. $24.61. Supposed owner, Frank

Nastasia.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at Garrison, in the southwestern

part of the town of Philipstown, Putnam

County. New York, containing about

two acres, bounded north by lands of

Osborn, south by lands of Fred Osborn.

west by Cat Rock Road. Assessed, John

J. Osborn. Tax. 1938. $43.31. Amount

due, $56.98. Supposed owner, John J.

Osborn.

A tract of land with cabin thereon,

located at East Mountain Road, in the

centra] part of the town of Philipstown,

Putnam County, New York, bounded

north by East Mountain Road, east,

south and west by lands of Warren.

Assessed, Laken Owens. Tax, 1938,

$7.22. Returned School Tax, 1938, $2.86.

Amount due, $22.08. Supposed owner,

Laken Owens.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at Cold Spring, in the western

part of the town of Philipstown, Put­

nam County, New York, bounded north

by lands of Montrestello, east by lands

of Mooney, south by lands of Pond,

west by Stone Street, known as Briggs

Place. Assessed, Lillian C. Pond. Tax,

1938, $21.71. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$9.52. Amount due, $44.29. Supposed

owner, Lillian C. Pond.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at Cold Spring, in the western

part of the town of Philipstown, Put­

nam County, New York, bounded north

by lands of Pond, east by lands of Cole­

man, south by lands of Satterlee, west

by Stone Street, known as Pierce Place.

Assessed, Lillian C. Pond. Tax, 1938,

$28.22. Returned School Tax, 1938, $12.38.

Amount due, $54.13. Supposed owner,

Lillian C. Pond.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at Cold Spring, in the western

part of the town of Philipstown, Put­

nam County, New York, bounded north

by lands of Central School, east by

lands of Ferris, south by Mountain Ave­

nue, west by lands of McConville. As­

sessed, Leon Pralotowski. Tax, 1938,

$30.39. Amount due, $43.41. Supposed

owner, Leon Prawlatowski.

A tract of land with cabin thereon,

located at East Mountain, in the central

part of the town of Philipstown, Put­

nam County, New York, bounded south

by the Highway, west by lands of Plass

and McNair. Assessed, Mabel Parker.

Tax, 1938, $4.61. Amount due, $16.55.

Supposed owner, Mabel Parker.

A tract of land with house' thereon,

located at Nelsonville, in the western

part of the town of Philipstown, Putnam

County, New York, bounded north by

Main Street, east by lands of Smith,

west by lands of Baptist Church. As­

sessed, William Reid Estate. Tax, 1938,

$41.25. Amount due, $54.81. Supposed

owner, William (Reid Estate.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at North Highlands, in the west­

ern part of the town of Philipstown,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about five and one-quarter acres, bound­

ed north by lands of Waldron, east by

lands of Adams, south by lands of Wal­

dron, west by Albany Post Road. As­

sessed, Peter and Pace Rose. Tax, 1937,

$36.95. Returned School Tax, 1936, $15.89.

Returned School Tax, 1937, $10.06. Tax,

1938, $36.09. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$14.28. Amount due, $130.43. Supposed

owners, Peter and Pace Rose.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at Cold Spring, in the western

part of the town of Philipstown, Put­

nam County, New York, known as No.

45 Parrott Street Assessed, Edward

Ryan. Tax, 1937, Balance, $26.48. Tax,

1938, $30.39. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$13.33. Amount due, $85.89. Supposed

owner, Edward Ryan.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at Garrison, in the southeastern

part of the town of Philipstown, Put­

nam County, New York, containing

about eighty acres, bounded north by

lands of Frazier, south by lands of Nel­

son, west by lands of Warren. Assessed,

W* L. Saunders. Tax, 1938, $168.42.

Amount due, $188.34. Supposed owner,

W. L. Saunders.

A tract of land with buildings there­

on, located at Garrison, in the south­

eastern part of the town of Philipstown,

Putnam County, New York, bounded

north by lands of Frazier, east by Gar­

rison Highlands, south by the Highway,

west by lands of Frazier. Assessed, W. L.

Saunders. Tax, 1938, $240.60. Amount

due, $264.13. Supposed owner, W. L.

Saunders.

A tract of vacant land, located at

Manitou, in the southern part of the

town of Philipstown, Putnam County,

New York, in Mountain Park Develop­

ment. Assessed, Fenton M. Smith. Tax,

1938, $2.41. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$0.48. Amount due, $14.53. Supposed

owner, Fenton M. Smith.

A tract of land located at East Moun­

tain, in the northeastern part of the

town of Philipstown, Putnam County,

New York, bounded north by lands of

John Daniels, east, south and west by

lands of Hubbard. Assessed, Fenton M.

Smith. Tax, 1938. $22.86. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $9.05. Amount due, $45.01.

Supposed owner, Fenton M. Smith.

A tract of land with house thereon, lo­

cated on Carmel Road, in the western

part of the town of Philipstown, Put­

nam County, New York, bounded north

by lands of Smith, east by lands of

Smith, south by the Highway, west by

lands of Smith. Assessed, Fenton G.

Smith. Tax, 1938, $14.44. Amount due,

$26.66. Supposed owner, Fenton G.

Smith.

A tract of land, with house thereon,

located at Nelsonville, in the western

part of the town of Philipstown, Put­

nam County, New York, bounded north

by Main Street, east, south and west by

lands of Smith. Assessed, Milton F.

Smith. Tax, 1938, $13.03. Returned School

Tax. 1938. $5.71. Amount due. $31.18.

Supposed owner, Milton F. Smith.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at Nelsonville, in the western

part of the town of Philipstown, Putnam

County, New York, bounded north by

lands of Monroe, south by Main Street,

west by lands of Jackson. Assessed. Mil­

ton F. Smith. Tax, 1938. $19.54. Returned

School Tax, 1938. $8.57. Amount due.

$41.02. Supposed owner, Milton F. Smith.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at Nelsonville. in the western

part of the town of Philipstown, Putnam

County, New York, bounded north by

Main Street, east by Collard lot, south

and west by lands of Smith. Assessed,

Milton F. Smith. Tax, 1938, $39.08. Re­

turned School Tax. 1938. $17.14. Amount

due, $70.53. Supposed owner, Milton F.

Smith.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located -at.Cold Spring, in the western

part of the town of Philipstown, Putnam

County, New York, bounded north by

lands of Timms, east by lands of Wood,

south by lands of Ceerney, west by Par­

rott Street. Assessed, Milton F. Smith.

Tax, 1938, $32.57. Returned School Tax,

1938, $14.28. Amount due, $60.69. Sup­

posed owner, Milton F. Smith.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at Graymoor, in the southeast­

ern part of the town of Philipstown,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about twenty acres, bounded north, east

and south by lands of Graymoor, west

by the Highway. Assessed, Agersina

Stonebridge. Tax, 1938, $36.09. Amount

due, $49.39. Supposed owner, Agersina

Stonebridge.

A tract of land located at Conlinental-

ville, in the southeastern part of the

town of Philipstown, Putnam County,

New York, containing about eighty-two

acres, bounded north by lands of Cat-

tell, east by lands of Cattell, south by

lands of Cosgrove, west by lands of Cat-

tell. Assessed, Alexander Sty/.k. Tax,

1938, $50.53. Amount due, $64.56. Sup­

posed owner, Alexander Styzk.

A tract of land with two houses there­

on, located at North Highlands, in the

northern part of the town of Philips-

town, Putnam County, New York, con­

taining about forty acres, bounded north

by lands of Adams, east by lands of

Malone, south by lands of Henke. As­

sessed, Anna Waldron. Tax, 1938, $96.24.

Amount due, $112.55. Supposed owner,

Anna Waldron.

A tract of land under water, located

at Cold Spring, in the western part of

the town of Philipstown, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, bounded east by lands

of Waterbury, south by lands of Old

Catholic Church, west by Hudson River.

Assessed, A. E. Waterbury. Tax, 1938,

$0.51. Returned School Tax, 1938, $2.86.

Amount due, $21.34. Supposed owner,

A. E. Waterbury.

A tract of land with oil tanks, build­

ings and docks thereon, located at Cold

Spring, in the western part of the town

of Philipstown, Putnam County, New

York, bounded north by lands of .As­

sociated Gas, east by Market Street,

south by lands of Old Catholic Church,

west by Hudson River. Assessed, Theo­

dore E. Waterbury. Tax, 1938, $130.26.

Returned School Tax, 1938, $57.14.

Amount due, $208.27. Supposed owner,

T. E. Waterbury.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at East Mountain, in the western

part of the town of Philipstown, Put­

nam County, New York, bounded north,

east and south by lands of Hubbard,

west by lands of Hubbard and Paley.

Assessed. Miriam R. Weiss. Tax, 1938,

$74.59. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$29.52. Amount due, $120.82. Supposed

owner, Miriam Weiss.

A tract of land located at East Moun­

tain, in the western part of the town

of Philipstown, Putnam County, New

York, bounded north by lands of Weiss.

Assessed, Miriam Weiss. Tax, 1938, $7.22.

Returned School Tax, 1938, $2.86.

Amount due. $22.08. Supposed owner,

Miriam Weiss.

Atract of land with restaurant there­

on, located at Albany Post Road, in the

western part of the town of Philipstown,

Putnam County, New York, bounded

north by lands of Magee, east by Al­

bany Post Road, south by lands of

Magee, west by lands of Alhers. As­

sessed, Edward Wygant. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $7.21. Amount due,

$19.07. Supposed owner, Edward Wygant.

CARMEL

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Mahopac, in the town of

Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plot No. 110, op a map of

lands of Mahopac Point, filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

57. Assessed, Elmer E. Ball Estate. Tax.

1938, $205.09. Mahopac Lighting District

Tax, $15.19. Amount due, $242.79. Sup­

posed owners, Isadore and Sadie Sevin.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Secor, in the town of

Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 17 and 18, Block

36, on a map of lands of Lake Secor

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under File No. 151. ' Assessed, Marie

Barry. Tax, 1938, $17.09. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $7.24. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $6.49. Amount due, $43.86.

Supposed owner, Marie Barry.

A tract of land situate at Mahopac, in

the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plot No. 47, on a

map of lands of Mahopac Point, filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 57. Assessed, Edith F. Bennett.

Tax. 1938, $51.27. Mahopac Lighting Dis­

trict Tax. $3.80. Returned School Tax.

1938, $19.47. Amount -due. $89.77. Sup­

posed owner, Edith F. Bennett.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Mahopac, in the town of Car­

mel. Putnam County, New York, known

as Plot No. 59, on a map of lands of

Mahopac Point, filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 57. As­

sessed. Edith F. Bennett. Tax. 1938.

$142.42. Mahopac Lighting District Tax,

$10.55. Returned School Tax. 1938.

$54.09. Amount due. $228.91. Supposed

owner, Edith F. Bennett.

A tract of land situate at Lake Secor,

in the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 28 and

29, Block 29, on map of lands of Lake

Secor, filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 151. Assessed,

George Brown. Tax. 1938. $2.85. Re­

turned School Tax. 1937. $1.21. Amount

due, $15.76. Supposed owner, George

Brown.

A tract of land situate at Lake Secor,

in the town of Carmel. Putnam County,

j New York, known as Plots Nos. 17 and

' 18, Block 14, on a map of lands of Lake

i Secor, filed in Putnam County Clerk's

| Office under File No. 151. Assessed. Mi­

chael Charla. Tax, 1938, $2.85. Returned

School Tax, 1938, $1.08. Amount due,

$15.63. Supposed owner, Michael Charla.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Secor, in the town of

Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 1-3, Block No. 36,

on a map of lands of Lake Secor, filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under File

No. 151. Assessed, Bessie Cohen. Tax,

1938, $19.94. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$7.58. Amount due, $40.40. Supposed

owner, Tremon Equities Incorporated.

A tract of land situate at Lake Car­

mel, in the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

30-33, Block 3, on a map of lands of

Lake Secor, filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 151. As­

sessed, George L. Davis. Tax, 1938, $5.70.

Returned School Tax, 1937, $2.42. Re­

turned School Tax, 1938, $2.16. Amount

due, $22.29. Supposed owner, George L.

Davis.

A tract of land situate at Lake Secor,

in the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 48 and

49, Block 23, on a map of lands of Lake

Secor, filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 151. Assessed, Nora

Dclaney. Tax, 1938, $2.85. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $1.21. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $1.08. Amount due, $16.90.

Supposed owner, Nora Delaney.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Mahopacvin the town of Car­

mel, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 3 and 4, Block B, on a map

of lands of Mahopac Hills, filed in Put­

nam County Clerk's Office under File

No. 54. Assessed, M. E. Dorsey. Tax, 1938,

$227.88. Mahopac Lighting District Tax,

$16.88. Returned School Tax, 1938, $86.54.

Amount due, $359.37. Supposed owner,

M. E. Dorsey.

A tract of land situate at Mahopac,

in the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 1-5,

Block E, on a map of lands of Rolling

Greens, filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 194A. Assessed,

Richard Fisher. Tax, 1938, $7.12. Re­

turned School Tax, 1938, $2.71. Amount

due, $21.82. Supposed owner, Richard

Fisher.

A tract of land situate at Lake Secor,

in the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 20-23,

Block 35, on a map of lands of Lake

Secor, filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 151. Assessed,

Theresa Fitzsimmons. Tax, 1938, $5.70.

Returned School Tax, 1938, $2.16.

Amount due, $19.75. Supposed owner,

Theresa Fitzsimmons.

A tract of land situate at Lake Secor,

in the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 1 and 2,

Block 18, on a map of lands of Lake

Secor, filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 151. Assessed, Lila

Galligher. Tax, 1938, $2.85. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $1.21. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $1.08. Amount due, $16.90.

Supposed owner, Elizabeth M. Connolly.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Secor, in the town of

Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 28-32, Block 15, on

a map of lands of Lake Secor, filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 151. Assessed, Gemuetlichen En-

zianer Incorporated. Tax, 1938, $21.35.

Returned School Tax, 1938, $8.12.

Amount due, $42.44. Supposed owner,

Enziaver Gemeutlicken.

A tract of land situate at Lake Secor,

in the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 23 and

24, Block 24, on a map of lands of Lake

Secor, filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 151. Assessed,

Harry and S. Gorman. Tax, 1938, $2.85.

Returned School Tax, 1938, $1.08.

Amount due, $15.63. Supposed owners,

Harry and S. Gorman.

A tract of land situate at Lake Secor,

in the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 22-24,

Block 36, on a map of lands of Lake

Secor, filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 151. Assessed, Mil­

dred and Vincent Guida. Tax, 1938, $4.27.

Amount due, $15.98. Supposed owners,

Margaret and Vincent Guida.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Secor, in the town of

Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 25-27, Block 39,

on a map of lands of Lake Secor, filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 151. Assessed, Felice Guiliano.

Tax, 1938, $19.94. Returned School Tax,

1938, $7.58. Amount due, "$40.40. Sup­

posed owner, Felice Guiliano

A tract of land situate at Mahopac,

in the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 44-53,

Block F, on a map of lands of Rolling

Greens, filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 194A. Assessed,

Nellie and Charles Haight. Tax, 1938,

$14.24. Returned School Tax, 1938, $5.46.

Amount due, $32.12. Supposed owners,

Nellie and Charles Haight.

A tract of land situate at Lake Secor,

in the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 53 and

54, Block 16, on a map of lands of Lake

Secor, filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 151. Assessed,

Ernest Hoffman. Tax, 1938, $2.85.

Amount due, $14.49. Supposed owner,

Ernest Hoffman.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Secor, in the town of

Carmel. Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 13 and 14, Block

36, on a map of lands of Lake Secor,

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under File No. 151. Assessed, Alma E.

Hughs. Tax, 1938. $11.39. Returned

School Tax. 1937. "$4.84. Returned

School Tax. 1938. $4.32. Amount due.

$33.08. Supposed owner, Alma K. Hughs.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Secor. in the town of

Carmel, Putnam County. New York,

known as Pk>ts Nos. 30 and 31. Block 17.

on a map of lands of Lake Secor. filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 151. Assessed. George B. Kuck.

Tax. 1938. $22.79. Returned School Tax.


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1937, $9.66. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$8.66. Amount due, $54.67. Supposed

owner, George B. Kuck.

A tract of land situate at Lake Secof,

in the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 16, 20,

23-25, Block 36, on a map of lands of

Lake Secor, filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 151. As­

sessed, Lake Secor Development Co.,

Incorporated. Tax, 1938, $1.42. Amount

due, $12.99. Supposed owner. Lake Secor

Development Co.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Secor, in the town of

Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 29, 30, 31, Block 30,

on a map of lands of Lake Secor, filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 151. Assessed, Lake Secor De­

velopment Co., Inc. Tax, 1938, $11.39.

Returned School Tax, 1937, $4.89. Re­

turned School Tax, 1938, $4.32. Amount

due, $33.13. Supposed owner. Lake Secor

Development Co.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Secor, in the town of

Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 68-71, Block 33, on

a map of lands of Lake Secor, filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 151. Assessed, Lake Secor De­

velopment Co., Inc. Tax, 1938, $8.54.

Returned School Tax, 1938, $3.24.

Amount due, $23.87. Supposed owner,

Lake Secor Development Co.

A tract of land situate at Lake Secor,

in the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 16 and

17, Block 16, on a map of lands of Lake

Secor, filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 151. Assessed,

Esther Langrid. Tax, 1938, $2.85. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $1.21. Re­

turned School Tax, 1938, $1.08. Amount

due, $16.90. Supposed owner, Esther

Langrid.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Secor, In the town of

Carmel, Putnam" County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 18, 19 and 20, Block

24, on a map of lands of Lake Secor,

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under File No. 151. Assessed, Gus and

Luch Lorenzo. Tax, 1938, $8.54. Re­

turned School Tax, 1938, $3.24. Amount

due, $23.87. Supposed owner, Gus and

Luch Lorenzo.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Secor, in the town of

Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 21 and 22, Block 36,

on a map of lands of Lake Secor, filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 151. Assessed, Lake Secor De­

velopment Co. Inc. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $2.42. Amount due, $14.04.

Supposed owner, Lake Secor Develop­

ment Co.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Secor, in the town of

Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 1 and 2, Block 37,

on a map of lands of Lake Secor filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 151. Assessed, Lake Secor De­

velopment Co. Returned School Tax

1937, $6.03. Amount due, $17.83. Sup­

posed owner, Lake Secor Development

Co.

A tract of-land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Secor, in the town of

Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 95-102, inclusive,

Block 21, on a map of lands of Lake

Secor, filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 151. Assessed, Bea­

trice MacCrini. Tax, 1938, $27.06. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $9.66. Returned

School Tax, 1938, $10.28. Amount due,

$60.85. Supposed owner, Beatrice Mac­

Crini.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Secor, in the town of

Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 103-105, Block 21,

on a map of lands of Lake Secor, filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 151. Assessed, Caroline Mae-

Crini. Tax, 1938, $14.24. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $6.03. Returned School Tax,

1938, $5.40. Amount due, $38.45. Sup­

posed owner, Caroline MacCrini.

A tract of land situate at Mahopac, in

the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plot No. 53, on a

map of lands of Mahopac Falls Park filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 116A. Assessed, Mahopac Falls

Park, Incorporated. Tax, 1938, $1.42.

Amount due, $12.99. Supposed owner,

Mahopac Falls Park Incorporated.

A tract of land situate at Mahopac, in

the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plot No. 10A, on a

map of lands of Mahopac Falls Park

Inc. filed in Putnam County Clerk's Of­

fice under File No. 116A. Assessed, Ma­

hopac Falls Parks Incorporated. Re­

turned School Tax. 1937. $12.07. Amount

due, $24.17. Supposed owner, Mahopac

Falls Park Incorporated.

A tract of land situate at Mahopac, in

the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 23. 24,

25, 27, 28. 32, one-third of 33 and 34, sev­

enty-five feet of 18. all of 20 and 21,

$36.78. Supposed owner, Mahopac Hills

Development Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Mahopac, in

the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 1-7, in­

clusive, Block M, on a map of lands of

Mahopac Hills, filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office. Assessed, Mahopac Hills

Development Corporation. Tax, 1938,

$4.27. Mahopac Lighting District Tax,

$0.32. Returned School Tax, 1937, $1.82.

Returned School Tax, 1938, $1.63.

Amount due, $19.94. Supposed owner,

Mahopac Hills Development Corpora­

tion.

A tract of land situate at Mahopac,

in the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 22, 24,

27, 33, 35, 37, 39, 29, 31, 40-43, inclusive,

Block K, on a map of lands of Mahopac

Hills, filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 54. Assessed, Ma­

hopac Hills Development Corporation.

Tax, 1938, $28.68. Mahopac Lighting Dis­

trict Tax, $2.12. Returned School Tax,

1937, $9.63. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$8.63. Amount due, $63.01. Supposed

owner, Mahopac Hills Development Cor­

poration.

A tract of land situate at Lake Secor,

in the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 67-69,

Block 20, on a map of lands of Lake

Secor, filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 151. Assessed, John

Maranegelll. Tax, 1938, $4.27. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $1.82. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $1.63. Amount due, $19.61.

Supposed owner, Lillian Guiliano.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Secor, in the town of

Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 11-15, Block 21, on

a map of lands of Lake Secor, filed in

Tax, 1938, $7.12. Returned School Tax,

1938, $2.71. Amount due, $21.82. Sup­

posed owners, Doyle and L. E. Roara-

baugh.

A tract of land situate at Mahopac,

in the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plot No. 34, Block

K, on a map of lands of Mahopac Hills,

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under File No. 54. Assessed, George C.

Rudin. Tax, 1938, $5.70. Mahopac Light­

ing District Tax, $0.42. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $2.42. Returned School Tax,

1936, $2.16. Amount due, $22.74. Sup­

posed owner, The Taft Holding Corpora­

tion.

A tract of land situate at Lake Secor,

in the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 30 and

31, Block 35, on a map of lands of Lake

Secor, filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 151. Assessed,

Lena H. Shea. Tax, 1938, $2.85. Returned

School Tax, 1938, $1.08. Amount due,

$15.63. Supposed owners, George F. and

Lida M. Dahl.

A tract of land situate at Mahopac,

in the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 1, 2,

Block B, 1, 2, 4, Block D, 2, Block A,

on a map of lands of Indian Hill, filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 171B. Assessed, L. Sheinman.

liam Collins. Tax, 1938, $8.54. Mahopac

Lighting District Tax, $0.63. Returned

School Tax, 1938, $3.24. Amount due,

$24.53. Supposed owner, William Col­

lins.

A tract of land with buildings there­

on, located at Carmel, in the northerly

part of the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, containing about

one hundred and twenty-four acres,

bounded north by lands of City, east by

lands of Kimball, south by lands of

Haverbeck, west by lands of City and

Wilde. Assessed, Samuel Cornish and

Others. Tax, 1938, $333.27. Fire District

Tax, $10.26. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$140.34. Amount due, $519.56. Supposed

owners, Samuel Cornish Estate and

others.

A tract of land -with house thereon,

located at Carmel, in the northerly part

of the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, containing about one-half

acre, bounded north by lands of Green­

wood, east and south by the Street, west

by lands of Cornish. Assessed, Stanley

D. Cornish. Tax, 1938, $85.45. Water Dis­

trict Tax, $19.59. Fire District Tax,

$5.40. Lighting District Tax, $6.96.

Amount due, $134.77. Supposed owner,

Stanley D. Cornish.

A tract o'f land located at Carmel, in

Tax, 1938, $19.94. Mahopac Lighting bis-1 the northerly part of the town of Car-

trict Tax, $1.48. Amount due, $33.99.

Supposed owner, L. Sheinman.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Secor, in the town of

Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 4 and 5, Block 45,

on a map of lands of Lake Secor, filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 151. Assessed, Harold Soder-

holm. Tax, 1938, $14.24. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $6.03. Amount due, $32.78.

Putnam County Clerk's Office under Supposed owner, Harold Soderholm.

File No. 151. Assessed, Dorothy A. Mey­

ers. Tax, 1938, $28.48. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $10.82. Amount due $52.77.

Supposed owner, Howard E. Peck.

A tract of land with two houses there­

on, cituate at Mahopac, in the town of

Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 35, 36, 37, on a map

of lands of Miller, filed in Putnam Coun­

ty Clerk's Office. Assessed, John F. Mil­

ler and Others. Tax, 1938, $56.97. Maho­

pac Lighting District Tax, $4.22. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $24.14. Returned

School Tax, 1938, $21.64. Amount due,

$123.82. Supposed owners, John F. Miller

and Others.

A tract of land situate at Lake Secor,

in the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 46 and

47, -Block 24, on a map of lands of Lake

Secor, filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 151. Assessed, Ger­

trude B. Monk. Tax, 1938, $2.85. Re­

turned School Tax, 1938, $1.08. Amount

due, $15.63. Supposed owner, Gertrude

M. Monk.

A tract of land situate at Mahopac

Falls, in the town of Carmel, Putnam

County-, New York, known as Plots Nos.

20-23, on a map of lands of Ridgeview

Acres, filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. Ill B. Assessed,

Joseph Montovi. Tax, 1938, $10.25.

Amount due $22.26. Supposed owner,

Joseph Montovi.

A tract of land situate at Lake Secor,

in the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 11, 12,

13, 38 and 39, Block 38, on a map of

lands of Lake Secor, filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No. 151.

Assessed, Frances Nagle. Tax, 1938, $7.12.

Returned School Tax, 1938, $2.71.

Amount due, $21.82. Supposed owner,

Frances Nagle.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Secor, in the town of

Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 37 and 38, Block

33, on a map of lands of Lake Secor, filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 151. Assessed, Frances Na­

gle. Returned School Tax, 1938, $7.58.

Amount due, $19.46. Supposed owner,

Frances Nagle.

A tract of land situate at Mahopac,

in the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 44 and

45, on a map of lands of Mahopac Falls

Park, filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under file No. 116A. Assessed,

Rebecca Obshatkin. Tax, 1938, $5.70. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $2.42. Returned

School Tax. 1938, $2.16. Amount due.

$22.29. Supposed owner, Rebecca Ob­

shatkin.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Secor, in the town of

Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

A tract of land situate at Lake Secor,

in the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 18-22,

Block 25, on a map of lands of Lake

Secor, filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 151. Assessed, Fer­

dinand Thunkl. Tax, 1938, $7.12. Re-

turned School Tax, 1937, $3.03. Amount

due, $22.16. Supposed owner, Auguste

Tonkl.

A tract of land situate at Mahopac,

in the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plot No. 125, on a

map of lands of Mahopac Point, filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 57. Assessed, Louise Von Wezel.

Tax, 1938, $42.73. Mahopac Lighting Dis­

trict Tax, $3.17. Returned School Tax,

1938, $16.23. Amount due, $76.74. Sup­

posed owner, Louise Von Wezel.

A tract of land situate at Lake Secor,

in the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 28 and

29, Block 17, on a map of lands of Lake

Secor, filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 151. Assessed, Ella

R. Waivel. Tax, 1938. $2.85. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $1.21. Returned School

mel, Putnam County, New York, con­

taining about two-tenths acre, bounded

north by lands of Greenwood, east by

lands of Cornish, south by the Street,

west by lands of Caraway. Assessed.

William D. Cornish. Tax, 1938, $2.85.

Water District Tax, $0.65. Fire District

Tax, $0.18. Lighting District Tax, $0.23.

Returned School Tax, 1938, $1.20.

Amount due, $16.87. Supposed owner,

Mary Bennett.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Baldwin Place, in the souther­

ly part of the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, containing about

one-quarter acre, bounded north by

lands of Brown, east by lands of Hart-

well, south by the Street, west by lands

of Brown. Assessed, Jennie and Peter

Curry. Tax, 1938, $68.36. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $25.96. Amount due, $110.54.

Supposed owners, Jennie H. and Peter

Curry.

Two buildings located on the lands of

the Board of Water Supply of the City

of New York, and the lands of the City

of New York, located at Crafts, in the

central part of the town of Carmel, Put­

nam County, New York. Assessed, Cal­

lahan Construction Company and J. B.

Shirley. Tax, 1938, $28.48. Amount due,

$41.40. Supposed owner, Callahan Con­

struction Company and J. P. Shirley.

A tract of land located at Mahopac,

in the southerly part of the town of

Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

containing about thirty acres, bounded

north by Lake Mahopac, east by lands

of Shineman, south by lands of Erick-

son, west by lands of Quick. Assessed,

Tax, 1938? $7.08.'A^ounTdueT $18 oT Amy J " Dittmars - Tax . 1938 » $273.45. Ma-

_ , _ , » •»"»-_»«u«j1 uue, *io.»u. hnnan TJ„M|na District Tax. S20.26. Re-

Supposed owner, Ella R. Waibel.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at Drewville, in the easterly

part of .the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, containing about

one-quarter acre, bounded north and

east by lands of City, south by street,

west by street Assessed, John J. Ack-

erman. Tax, 1938, $88.48. Amount due,

$41.40. Supposed owner, John J. Acker-

man.

A tract of land located at Mahopac

Falls, in the southerly part of the town

of Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

containing about one and one - tenth

acres, bounded north by lands of Bar­

rett, east by the Street, south and west

by lands of Barrett Assessed, Harold,H.

Barrett. Tax, 1938, $19.94. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $8.45. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $7.58. Amount due, $49.27.

Supposed owner, Harold H. Barrett

A tract of land located at Mahopac

.Mines, in the westerly part of the town

of Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

containing about two acres, bounded

north by lands of Hadden, east by the

Street, south and west by lands of Fox.

Assessed, Everett H. Bennett. Tax, 1938,

$5.70. Returned School Tax, 1938, $2.16.

Amount due, $19.75. Supposed owner,

John Grahn.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at Peekskill Hollow, in the west­

erly part of the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, containing about

twenty acres, bounded north by lands of

Mylo, east by lands of Foreni, south by

lands of Mathewson, west by lands of

known as Plots NoY 15'and~l'6. Block! Swfert Assessed, Isidore Berliner. Tax,

36, on a map of lands of Lake Secor,

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under File No. 151. Assessed, Milton R.

O'Connors. Tax, 1938, $17.09. Returned

School Tax, 1938, $6.48. Amount due.

$36.25. Supposed owner, Vincent C.

Barry.

A tract of land situate at Mahopac

Falls, in the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

24-27. inclusive and A, on a map of,.,,__ . , -.co„„ o

lands of Ridgeview Acres, filed in Put-! * 1199 - -A"" 1 - due -- * 53 "' Supposed

1937, Omitted, $155.20. Amount due,

$174.46. Supposed owner, Clara Birn-

holz.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at Carmel, in the central part of

the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York, containing about one acre,

bounded north by lands of Troxell, east

and south by the street, west by lands

of Troxell. Assessed, Camp Gilead- Tax,

1938. $28.48. Returned School Tax, 1938,

Block L, on map of lands of Mahopac j nam . f?°, unt y Clerk's Office under Vile J owner . Camp Gilead Incorporated.

Hills Development Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under File

No. 54. Assessed, Mahopac Hills Develop­

ment Corporation. Tax, 1938. $20.89. Ma-

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west by lands of City of New York.

Assessed, Burton F. White, Jr. Tax, 1938,

$712.12. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$299.87. Amount due, $1,074.09. Supposed

owner, Burton F. White, Jr.

A tract of land located at Mahopac,

in the central part of the town of Car-

mel, Putnam County, New York, con­

taining about ten acres, bounded north

by lands of Mahopac Falls Park, east

by lands of Crane, south by lands of

Carpenter, west by lands of Hill. As­

sessed, C. and Edward Wolfsohn. High­

way Tax, $7.82. Returned School Tax,

1937, $6.03. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$5.40. Amount due, $31.71. Supposed

owners, Charlotte and E. Wolfsohn.

A tract of land with buildings there­

on, located at Drewville, in the easterly

part of the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, containing about

one hundred and forty-six acres, bound­

ed north by lands of Lee, east by lands

of City of New York, south by lands

of Teets, west by lands of Polly. As­

sessed, Burton F. White, Jr. Tax, 1938,

$996.97. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$419.81. Amount due, $1,499.12. Sup­

posed owner, Burton F. White, Jr.

A special franchise situate at Maho­

pac, in the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, on map of lands of

Mahopac Hills filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office. Assessed Andrew Simone.

Special Franchise Tax, 1938, $136.73.

Mahopac Lighting District Tax, $10.13.

Returned School Tax, 1938, $51.93.

Amount due. $220.23. Supposed owner.

Andrew Simone.

John Slattery Estate. Tax, 1938, $87.64.

Lighting District Tax, $11.03. Amount

due, $115.10. Supposed owner, Jane Slat­

tery Cook.

A tract of land with foundation there­

on, located at Stephens District, in the

"eastern part of the town of Patterson,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about nine acres, bounded north by

lands of Haviland, east by Route No. 22,

south by lands of Buchanan, west by

Croton River. Assessed, Benjamin

Schenker. Tax, 1938, $17.53. Returned

School Tax, 1938, $5.68. Amount due,

$35.87. Supposed owners, Willard D. and

Ruth W. Browne.

PATTERSON

A tract of land located at Holmes Dis­

trict, in the northwestern part of the

town of Patterson, Putnam County, New

York, containing about thirty-eight

acres, bounded north by Dutchess Coun­

ty, east by lands of New York, New

Haven and Hartford Railroad, south by

lands of McKibben, west by lands of

Corbin. Assessed, Frank Baker. Tax,

1938, $30.05. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$8.47. Amount due, $51.95. Supposed

owner, Frank Baker.

A tract of land located at Bullet Hole

District, in the southern part of the town

of Patterson, Putnam County, New

York, containing about two hundred and

sixteen acres, bounded north by lands

of Hoag, east by lands of New York Cen­

tral and Hudson River Railroad, south

by lands of Whitbeck, west by lands of

Finkelstein. Assessed, Howard and Mary

E. Burdick. Tax, 1938, $250.40. Amount

due, $274.42. Supposed owners, Howard

and Mary E. Burdick.

A tract of land locate'd at Stephens

District, in the eastern part of the town

of Patterson, Putnam County, New

York, containing about fifty-eight acres,

bounded north by lands of Stephens,

east by lands of Stephens, south by

lands of Jennings, west by Croton River.

Assessed, Mrs. Sophia Coman. Tax, 1938,

$152.74. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$49.61. Amount due, $223.97. Supposed

owner, Mrs. Sophia Coman.

A tract of land located at Dykemans

District, In the southern part of the town

of Patterson, Putnam County, New

York, containing about sixteen acres,

bounded north by lands of Kalnay, east

by lands of Kalnay, south by lands of

Clough, west by the Street. Assessed,

Mrs. James H. Surry. Tax, 1938, $7.51. Re­

turned School Tax, 1938, $1.61. Amount

due, $21.08. Supposed owner, Mrs. James

H. Curry.

A tract of land located at Elm Tree

District, in the southeastern part of the

town of Patterson, Putnam County, New

York, containing about three acres,

bounded north by lands of Smalley, east

by lands of Elting, south by lands of

Elting, west by the Street. Assessed, Ed­

gar L. Hoag. Tax, 1938, $11.27. Amount

due, $23.33. Supposed owner, Edgar L.

Hoag.

A tract of land with building thereon,

located at Well Curb District, in the

southeastern part of the town of Patter­

son, Putnam County, New York, con­

taining about one hundred acres, bound­

ed north by lands of Wildman, east by

lands of Hoffman, south by Putnam

Lake, west by lands of Wildman. As­

sessed, Isle of Kay Incorporated. Tax,

1938, $130.21. Amount due, $148.22. Sup­

posed owner, Young Men's Christian As­

sociation.

*

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at High School District, in the

northern part of the town of Patterson,

Putnam County,- New York, containing

about one-third acre, bounded north by

lands of Quarries, east by Road, south

by lands of Dodura, west by lands of

Van Keuren. Assessed, Mary E. Lazar.

Tax, 1938, $35.06. Lighting District Tax,

$4.41. Amount due, $52.94. Supposed

owner, Mary E. Lazar Estate.

A tract of land situate at Mountain-

view, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

20-22, 22A and 22B, Section D, on a map

of lands of Mountainview Development

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Offlce.

Assessed, Mae D. Lusk. Tax, 1938, $25.04.

Amount due, $37.79. Supposed owner,

Mae D. Lusk.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County. New York, known as Plots Nos.

53, 54, 55, Map 1, on a map of lands of

Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

1937, Francis W. Wagner. Assessed, 1938,

Frances W. Wagoner. Tax, 1937. $1.74.

Returned School Tax. 1936. $0.36. Tax.

1938, $1.88. Returned School Tax. 1937.

$0.32. Amount due, $16.02. Supposed

owner, Francis W. Wagner or Frances

W. Wagoner.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 276-278, inclusive. Map 1, on map

of lands of Mirror Holding Corpora­

tion filed in Putnam County Clerk's

office. Assessed, Arthur Smadbeck. Tax,

1938, $1.88. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$0.33. Amount due, $13.82. Supposed

owner, Arthur Smadbeck.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 302 and 303, Map 1, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Arthur Smadbeck. Tax, 1937,

$1.16. Returned School Tax, 1936, $0.24.

Tax. 1938, $1.25. Returned School Tax,

1937, $0.22. Amount due, $14.51. Sup­

posed owner, Arthur Smadbeck.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson. Putnam

Count, New York, known as Plots Nos.

321-324, inclusive. Map 1, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Arthur Smadbeck. Tax, 1937,

$2.32. Returned School Tax, 1936, $0.48.

Tax, 1938. $2.50. Returned School Tax,

1937, $0.44. Amount due, $17.53. Sup­

posed owner, Arthur Smadbeck.

A tract of land with bungalow thereon,

situate at Putnam Lake, in the town of

Patterson, Putnam County, New York,

known as one-half of Lot No. 329, Map 1,

on a map of lands of Mirror Holding

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office. Assessed, Arthur Smad­

beck. Tax, 1938, $1.88. Amount due,

$13.47. Supposed owner, Arthur Smad­

beck.

A tract of land situate at Putnam Lake,

in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

330, 333-337, inclusive, Map 1, on a map

of lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Arthur Smadbeck. Tax, 1937,

$3.48. Returned School Tax, 1936, Lot

333, $0.12. Amount due, $15.28. Supposed

owner, Arthur Smadbeck.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

362 and 363, Map 1, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Arthur Smadbeck. Tax, 1938, $0.75. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $0.14. Amount

due, $12.43. Supposed owner, Arthur

Smadbeck.

A tract of land situate at Putnam Lake,

in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

397-400, inclusive, Map 1, on a map jof

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Arthur Smadbeck. Tax, 1938,

$3.00. Amount due, $14.65. Supposed

owner, Arthur Smadbeck.

A tract of lanr situate at Putnam Lake,

in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

757-760, inclusive, Map 1, on map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Arthur Smadbeck. Tax, 1937,

$1.40. Returned School Tax, 1926, $0.24.

Amount due, $13.22. Supposed owner,

Arthur Smadbeck.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County. New York, known as Plots Nos.

935 and 936, Map 1, on map of lands of

Mirror Holding corporation filed in Put­

nam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Mirror Holding Corporation. Tax, 1937,

$1.62. Returned School Tax, 1936, $0.34.

Tax. 1938. $1.75. Returned School Tax,

1937. $0.30. Amount due, $15.71. Sup­

posed owner, Mirror Holding Corpora­

tion.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots 1080

and 1081, Map 1, on a map of lands of

Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

J. Secondino. Tax, 1937, $0.46. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $0.10. Amount due,

$12.09. Supposed owner, i. Secondino.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

1158-1163, inclusive. Map 1, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Arthur Smadbeck. Tax, 1937,

$2.10. Returned School Tax, 1936. $0.42.

Tax, 1938, $2.25. Returned School Tax,

1937, $0.42. Amount due, $16.95. Supposed

owner, Arthur Smadbeck.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County. New York, known as Plots Nos.

1285 and 1286, Map 1, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed.

Mrs. Mae McGarry. Tax. 1937, $1.16. Re­

turned School Tax, 1936, $0.24. Amount

due, $12.97. Supposed owner, Mrs. Mae

McGarry.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson. Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

1611-1615, inclusive. Map 2, on a map

of lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Arthur Smadbeck. Tax, 1937,

$2.90. Returned School Tax. 1930. $0.60.

Tax, 1938, $3.13. Returned School Tax.

1937, $0.55. Amount due $19.04. Sup­

posed owner, Arthur Smadbeck.

A tract of land situated .at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson. Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

1737 and 1738, Map 2, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Mrs. Leonora Ma tern. Tax. 1937. $1.86.

Returned School Tax. 1936, $0.39. Tax.

1938. $2.00. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$0.34. Amount due $16.32. Supposed

owner, Mrs. Leonora Matern.

A. tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

1745 and 1746, Map 2, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Mirror Holding Corporation. Tax, 1937,

$1.86. Amount due, $13.45. Supposed

owner, Mirror Holding Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

1764-1766, inclusive, Map 2, on a map

of lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Water E. Smith. Tax, 1938,

$3.38. Returned School Tax. 1937. $0.58.

Amount due, $15.66. Supposed owner,

Walter E. Smith.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson. Putnam

County, Now York, known as Plots Nos.

1802-1805, inclusive, Map 2, - on a map

of lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, James E. Bowman. Tax, 1938,

$4.01. Returned School Tax, 1937. $0.68.

Amount due, $16.42. Supposed owner,

James E. Bowman.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

1852-1854, inclusive, Map 2, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Walter E. Smith. Tax, 1938,

$3.38. Returned School Tax, 1937, $0.58.

Amount due, $15.66. Supposed owner,

Walter E. Smith.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

1907 and 1908. Map 2, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. As­

sessed, William L. Moore. Tax, 1937,

$1.86. Returned School Tax, 1936, $0.39.

Tax, 1938, $2.00. Returned School Tax,

1937, $0.34. Amount due, $16.32. Sup­

posed owner, William L. Moore.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County. New York, known us Plots Nos.

938 and 939, Map 1, on map of lands of

Mirror Holding Corporation filed in Put-

A tract of land with office thereon. | "»" Co " n \ y £ terk !* ??,??:, As f essed j

situate at Putnam Lake, in the town of * a . thl ? **f J?*' 19 £',?- 6 ^ Relu f"* d

ntv TNIPU, v«rV I School Tax, 1936. $0.34. Tax. 1938.

Patterson, Putnam County, New York,

on a map of lands of Mirror Holding

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office. Assessed, Mirror Holding

Corporation. Tax, 1937. $34.82. Returned

School Tax. 1936, $7.22. Returned School

Tax, 1937. $1.61. Tax, 1938. $37.56. Re-

$1.75. Returned School Tax. 1937. $0.30.

Amount due, $15.71. Supposed owner,

Mathias Rezba.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

turned School Tax, 1937, $6.42. Amount | County. New York, known as Plots Nos.

due, $103.51. Supposed owner, Mirror 947 and 948. Map 1, on map of lands of

Holding Corporation.

A tract of land with bungalow there­

on, situate at Mountainview, in the town

of Patterson, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 56-60, Section C,

on a map of lands of Mountain View De­

velopment filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office. Assessed, E. R. Rolleston.

Tax. 1938, $33.80. Amount due. $46.99.

Supposed owner, E. R. Rolleston.

A tract of land with house and ga­

rage thereon, situate at High School

Distract, in the northern part of the

town of Patterson, Putnam County, New

York, containing about one-seventh

acre, bounded north by lands of Brown,

east by lands of Ganung. south by the

Street, west by lands of Peck. Assessed,

Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Arthur Smadbeck. Tax, 1937, $0.92. Re­

turned School Tax, 1936, $0.19. Tax, 1938,

$1.00. Returned School Tax, 1937, $0.17.

Amount due. $13.89. Supposed owner,

Arthur Smadbeck.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

County. New York, known as Plots Nos.

990-992, inclusive, Map 1, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, 1937. Mirror Holding Corpora­

tion. Assessed. 1938, Joseph and Eliza-

zeth Hayner. Tax, 1937, $0.70. Returned

School Tax. 1936. $0.14. Tax. 1938, $0.75.

Amount due, $13.17. Supposed owner.

Mirror Holding Corporation or Joseph

and Elizabeth Hayner.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

2160 and 2161, Map 3, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Arthur Smadbeck. Tax. 1937. $2.32. Re­

turned School Tax, 1936, $0.48. Amount

due, $14.44. Supposed owner, Arthur

Smadbeck.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson. Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

2198 and 2199, Map 3, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Frank Ercole, Tax, 1937, $1.39. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $0.29. Tax. 1938,

$1.50. Returned School Tax, 1937, $0.2G.

Amount due $15.11. Supposed owner,

Frank Ercole.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

2243 and 2244. Map 3. on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed

Frank Ercole. Tax. 1937. $1.39. Returned

School Tax. 1936. $0.29. Tax. 1938.

$1.50. Returned School Tax. 1937, $0.26.

Amount due, $15.11. Supposed owner,

Frank Ercole.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson. Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

2313-2315, inclusive, Map 3, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Helen Milyko. Tax, 1937,

$2.09. Returned School Tax, 1936, $0.44.

Amount due, $14.16. Supposed owner,

Helen Milyko.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson. Putnam

County. New York, known as Plots Nos.

2316, 2317, 2321. 2322, 2323, 2324, 2327,

2328. 2329, 2330, Map 3, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed. Arthur Smadbeck. Tax. 1937.

$2.98. Returned School Tax. 1936, $0.62.

Tax. 1938. $3.20. Returned School Tax.

1937. $.55. Amount due, $19.22. Sup­

posed owner, Arthur Smadbeck.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County. New York, known as Plots Nos.

2549 and 2550, Map 3, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Joseph Rontandi. Tax, 1937, $1.39. Re­

turned School Tax, 1936, $0.29. Amount

due, $13.26. Supposed owner, Joseph

Rontandi.

A tract Of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots NOP.

2660 and 2661, Map 4, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

William Kurzman. Tax, 1938, $2.50. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $0.43. Amount

due, $14.58. Supposed owner, William

Kurzman.

A tract of land with bungalow there­

on, situate at Putnam Lake, in the town

of Patterson, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 2671-2673.

inclusive. Map 4, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed.

Louis Alcssi. Tax, 1938, $15.02. Amount

due, $27.27. Supposed owner, Louis

Alessi.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

2727-2729, inclusive. Map 4, on a map

of lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Louis Alessi. Tax, 1938. $3.38.

Amount due, $15.05. Supposed owner,

Louis Alessi.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

2737 and 2738, Map 4, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

William Kunzman. Tax, 1938. $2.25. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $0.39. Amount

due, $14.27. Supposed owner, William

Kunzman. •

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

2739 and 2740, Map 4, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office. As­

sessed, Arthur Smadbeck. Tax, 1938.

$2.25. Amount due, $13.86. Supposed

owner, Arthur Smadbeck.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

2811 and 2812, Map 4, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

1937, Ambrose Eldracher. Assessed,

1938, Ambrose B. Eldracher. Tax, 1937,

$1.86. Returned School Tax, 1936, $0.39.

Tax, 1938, $2.00. Returned School Tax,

1937, $0.34. Amount due, $16.32. Sup­

posed owner, Ambrose Eldracher or

Ambrose B. Eldracher.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

3556 and 3557, Map 6, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk f s Office. Assessed,

Mirror Holding Corporation. Tax, 1937,

$1.62. Amount due, $13.20. Supposed

owner, Mirror Holding Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

3590-3594, inclusive, Map 6, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Frank Salerno. Tax, 1938,

$3.76. Returned School Tax, 1937, $0.64.

Amount due, $16.12. Supposed owner,

Frank Salerno.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plot No.

3662, Map 6, on a map of lands of Mir­

ror Holding Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office. Assessed, Arthur

Smadbeck. Tax, 1937, $0.70. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $0.14. Tax, 1938, $0.75.

Returned School Tax, 1937, $0.13. Amount

due, $13.31. Supposed owner, Arthur

Smadbeck.

A tract of land with bungalow there­

on, situate at Putnam Lake, in the town

of Patterson, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 3693-3696, inclusive,

Map 6. on a map of lands of Mirror

Holding Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office. Assessed. Arthur

Smadbeck. Tax, 1937, $2.80. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $0.57. Tax, 1938.

$8.01. Returned School Tax, 1937, $0.51.

Amount due $23.98. Supposed owner,

Arthur Smadbeck.

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, John Bartolomes. Tax, 1938,

$4.38. Returned School Tax, 1937, $0.75.

Amount due, $16.89. Supposed owner,

John Bartolomes.

A tract of land with bungalow there­

on, situate at Putnam Lake, in the town

of Patterson, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 4965 and 4966, Map

7, on a map of lands of Mirror Holding

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office. Assessed, Irene Morrissey.

Tax, 1938. $10.02. Returned School Tax,

1937, $0.02. Amount due, $22.04. Sup­

posed owner, Irene Morrissey.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson. Putnam

County; New York, known as Plots Nos.

5084-5088, inclusive, Map 7, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed. Mirror Holding Corporation.

Tax, 1937, $4.04. Returned School Tax.

1936, $0.96. Tax. 1938, $5.01. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $0.86. Amount due,

$23.54. Supposed owner, Mirror Holding

Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

5430-5434, inclusive. Map 7, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, G. Santeline. Tax, 1937,

$1.16. Returned School Tax, 1936, $0.24.

Amount due, $12.97. Supposed owner,

G. Santeline.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson. Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

5452. 5453. 5457. 5458, Map 7, on a map

of lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Arthur Smadbeck. Tax, 1937,

$3.28. Amount due, $14.94. Supposed

owner, Arthur Smadbeck.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

5534, 5535, Map 7, on a map of lands of

Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Mirror Holding Corporation. Tax, 1937,

$0.70. Returned School Tax, 1936, $0.15.

Tax, 1938, $0.75. Returned School Tax,

1937, $0.13. Amount due, $13.32. Sup­

posed owner, Mirror Holding Corpora­

tion.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

5591-5593, inclusive, Map 7, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assesser, Zafata Imelda. Tax, 1937,

$1.39. Tax, 1938, $1.50. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $0.25. Amount due, $14.80.

Supposed owner, Zafata Imelda.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

5614-5618, inclusive, Map 7, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, H. Steker, Henry Stann and

Alex Paley. Tax, 1938, $5.01. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $0.86. Amount due,

$17.66. Supposed owners, H. Steker,

Henry Stann and Alex Paley.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

5659-5661, inclusive, Map 7, on a map

of lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, E. B. Levlne. Tax, 1938,

$2.25. Returned School Tax, 1937, $0.39.

Amount due, $14.27. Supposed owner,

E. B. Levine.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

3707 and 3708, Map 6, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Gus Carlheim. Tax. 1937, $0.93. Tax.

1938. $1.00. Returned School Tax. 1937.

$0.17. Amount due, $13.71. Supposed

owner, Gus Carlheim.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson. Putnam

County. New York, known as Plots Nos.

3709-3713, inclusive, Map 6, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Arthur Smadbeck. Tax, 1937.

$2.30. Tax, 1938. $2.50. Returned School

Tax. 1937. $0.43. Amount due $16.99.

Supposed owner, Arthur Smadbeck.

A tract of land with foundation, situ­

ate at Putnam Lake, in the town of

Patterson, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 3717-3719, inclusive,

Map 6, on a map of lands of Mirror

Holding Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office. Assessed Albert

Carey. Tax, 1937, $1.39. Tax, 1938,

$7.51. Returned School Tax, 1937, $0.26.

Amount due, $21.12. Supposed owner,

Albert Carey.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plot No.

3769, Map 6, on a map of lands of Mir­

ror Holding Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office. Assessed. Joseph

F. Moll. Tax, 1937, $0.46. Returned

School Tax, 1936, ($0.10. Tax; 1938,

$0.50. Returned School Tax, 1937. $0.09.

Amount due. $12.71. Supposed owner.

Joseph F. Moll.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plot No.

3829. Map 6. on a map of lands of Mir­

ror Holding Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office. Assessed, Mirror

Holding Corporation. Returned School

Tax, 1936, $1.01. Amount due, $12.56.

Supposed owner, Mirror Holding Corpo­

ration.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

3863-3867, inclusive. Map 6, on a map of

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

5670, 5671, 5672, Map 7, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Arthur Smadbeck. Tax, 1937,

$2.79. Returned School Tax, 1936, $0.97.

Amount due, $15.45. Supposed owner,

Arthur Smadbeck.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

5675 and 5676, Map 7, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

1937, Gertrude Achneeman. Assessed,

1938, Gertrude S. Cherry. Tax, 1937,

$1.86. Returned School Tax. 1936. $0.38.

Tax, 1938, $2.00. Returned School Tax,

1937, $0.34. Amount due, $16.31. Sup­

posed owner, Gertrude Achneeman or

Gertrude S. Cherry.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

5748, 5749, 5764, 5765, 5766, 5767. 5768.

Map 8, on a map of lands of Mirror

Holding Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office. Assessed, Arthur

$10.02. Amount due, $22.02. Supposed

owners, Hubert and Wally Gottschalk.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nbs.

5898 and 5899, Map 8, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Fred Lavigna. Tax, 1938, $1.25. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $0.21. Amount due,

$13.03. Supposed owner, Fred Lavigna.

A tract of land with bungalow there­

on situate at Putnam Lake, in the town

of Patterson, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 5984-5988,

inclusive, Map 8, on a map of lands of

Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Theresa De Luca and Mary Albero. Tax,

1938, $25.04. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$4.28. Amount due, $42.29. Supposed

owners, Thereso De Luca and Mary

Albero.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson. Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

6013, 6014, 6015, 0026, 6027, 6028, Map 8.

on a map of lands 6f Mirror Holding

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office. Assessed, Arthur Smad­

beck. Tax, 1937, Plots 6013-6015 and

6026-6028, $1.89. Returned School Tax.

1936, $0.38. Tax, 1938, $2.03. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $0.35. Amount due.

$16.40. Supposed owner, Arthur Smad­

beck.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

6069, 6070, 6071, 6072, 6073, Map 8, on a

map of lands of Mirror Holding Corpo­

ration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office. Assessed, Arthur Smadbeck.

Tax, 1937, $0.25. Returned School Tax.

1936, $0.05. Amount due, $11.82. Sup­

posed owner, Arthur Smadbeck.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

6133, 6134, 6136, 6137, 6138, 6139, 6140.

0141, 6142, 6143, 6144, 6145, 6146, Map

8, on a map of lands of Mirror Holding

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office. Assessed, Arthur Smad­

beck. Tax, 1937. Plots 6133, 6134, 6144,

6145, 6146, $2.09. Returned School Tax,

1930, $0.37. Tax, 1938, Plots 6136-6146,

$2.75. Returned School Tax, 1937, Plots

6133 and 6134, $0.26. Amount due, $17.24.

Supposed owner, Arthur Smadbeck.

A tract of land with bungalow there­

on, situate at Putnam Lake, in the town

of Patterson, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 6152-6155, in­

clusive, Map 8, on a map of lands of

Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Offlce. Assessed,

John J. and Emily McCormac. Tax,

1938, $22.54. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$3.85. Amount due, $39.21. Supposed

owners, John J. and Emily McCormac.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

6156, 6157, 6158, 6159, 6160, Map 8, on a

map of lands of Mirror Holdings Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Offlce. Assessed, Hugh Shannon. Tax,

1938. $3.25. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$0.56. Amount due, $15.50. Supposed

owner, Hugh Shannon.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson. Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nbs.

6168 and 6169, Map 8, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Offlce. Assessed,

Arthur Smadbeck. Tax, 1937, $0.70.

Returned School Tax, 1936, $0.14. Tax,

1938, $0.75. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$0.13. Amount due, $13.31. Supposed

owner, Arthur Smadbeck.

$2.25. Returned School Tax, 1937, $0.39.

Amount due, $14.27. Supposed owner,

E. H. Muller.

A tract of land with bungalow there­

on situate at Putnam Lake, in the town

of Patterson, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 6356-6358, inclusive,

Map 8, on a map of lands of Mirror

Holding Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Offlce. Assessed, Ida

Wolashin. Tax, 1937, $2.78. Tax, 1938,

$7.51. Returned School Tax, 1937, $0.51.

Amount due, $22.84. Supposed owner,

Ida Wolashin.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

6381 and 6382, Map 8, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Theodore Stensvand. Tax. 1937, $1.85.

Returned School Tax, 1936, $0.39.

Amount due, $13.85. Supposed owner,

Theodore Stensvand.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

6396 and 6397, Map 8, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

William O'Sullivan. Tax, 1937, $0.93.

Returned School Tax, 1936, $0.19. Tax,

1938, $1.00. Amount due, $13.73. Sup­

posed owner, William O'Sullivan.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

6446, 6447, 6455, 6456, 6459, 6460, Map

8, on lands of Mirror Holding Corpora­

tion filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Offlce. Assessed, Arthur Smadbeck.

Tax, 1937, $3.24. Returned School Tax,

1936, $0.67. Tax, 1938, Plots 6446, 6447,

6455, 6456, 6459, 6460, $3.50. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $0.60. Amount due,

$19.91. Supposed owner, Arthur Smad­

beck.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

6468-6472, inclusive, May 8, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Offlce.

Assessed, Frank R. Davis, Tax, 1937,

$1.74. Tax, 1938, $1.88. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $0.32. Amount due, $15.64.

Supposed owner, Frank R. Davis.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

6494 and 6495, Map 8, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Offlce. Assessed,

Anna Singer. Tax, 1937, $1.39. Tax, 1938,

$1.50. Returned School Tax, 1937, $0.26.

Amount due, $14.81. Supposed owner,

Anna Singer.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

6500 and 6501, Map 8, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Arthur Smadbeck. Tax, 1937, $1.86. Re­

turned School Tax, 1936, $0.39. Tax, 1938,

$2.00. Returned School Tax, 1937, $0.34.

Amount due, $16.32. Supposed owner,

Arthur Smadbeck.

A tract of land with bungalow there­

on, situate at Putnam Lake, in the town

of Patterson, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 6513-6516, inclu­

sive, Map 8, on a map of lands of Mir­

ror Holding Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Offlce. Assessed, Arthur

Smadbeck. Tax, 1937, $16.26. Tax, 1938,

$17.53. Returned School Tax, 1937, $2.99.

Amount due, $50.12. Supposed owner,

Arthur Smadbeck.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

6174-6176, inclusive, Map 8, on a map

of lands of Mirror Holding Corpora­

tion filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Offlce. Assessed, Arthur Smadbeck. Tax,

1938, $8.51. Amount due, $20.44. Sup­

posed owner, Arthur Smadbeck.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

6215, 6216, 6217, 6218, 6221, 6222, Map 8.

on a map of lands of Mirror Holding

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Offlce. Assessed, Arthur Smad­

beck. Tax, 1937, $2.10. Returned School

Tax, 1936. Plots 6215-6218, $0.29. Tax.

1938. $2.25. Returned School Tax. 1937.

$0.39. Amount due. $16.78. Supposed

owner, Arthur Smadbeck.

A tract of land with bungalow there­

on, situate at Putnam Lake, in the town

of Patterson, Putnam County. New

York, known as Plots Nos. 6228 and

6229. Map 8, on a map of lands of Mir­

ror Holding Corporation filed in Putnam

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

6517, 6518, 6519, 6528, 6529, 6534, 6535,

6536. 6537, 6538. 6539, 6540, 6541, 6542,

6543, 6544, 6545, 6546, 6547, 6548, 6549.

6550. 6551, 6552, 6553, 6554, 6555, 6556,

6557, 6558, 6559, 6560, 6571, 6577, 6578.

Map 8, on a map of lands of Mirror

Holding Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Offlce. Assessed, Arthur

Smadbeck. Tax, 1937, $10.18. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $1.66. Tax, 1938,

$10.89. Returned School Tax, 1937, $1.80.

Amount due, $37.26. Supposed owner,

Arthur Smadbeck.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

6618, 6619. 6620. 6621. 6622, 6623, 6655.

6656, 6657, 6658, 6659, 6660, 6661, 6662,

Map 8, on a map of lands of Mirror

Holding Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Offlce. Assessed. Arthur

Smadbeck. Tax. 1937, $3.06. Returned

School Tax. 1936. $0.58. Tax. 1938. $3.00.

Returned School Tax. 1937. $0.47.

Amount due. $18.97. Supposed owner,

Arthur Smadbeck.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

5»? d $S*- Jax. 1937. Plo s 5748. 5749. County Clerk's Offlce Assessed Arthur I £ h Patterson, Putnam

| n » ad V e ?- T ?£7 9 *nV"iLSnt TJ' County. New York, known as Plots Nos.

SSS? 1 Z**' 19 S' $ °- 13 ; » u" rS» 6673, 6074. 6675. 0G76 . 6677. 6678. 6679.

$25.57. Supposed owner. Evelyn Dale. G680> GG81 G(J82 GG83 G684 Q m GmQ

A tract of land situate at Putnam j 6687. 6688. 6689. 6690. 6691. 6692. 6093.

Lake, in the town of Patterson. Putnam 6694. 6695. 6696. 6697. 6698. 6699. 6700.

A tract of land situate at Putnam | County, New York, known as Plots Nos. j 6701. 6702. 6703, 6704, 6705, 6706. 6707.

Lake, in the town of Patterson. Putnam i 6241, 6242, 6243, 6244. 6251, 6252. 6253. "

5767, 5768, $3.26. Returned School Tax,

1936, $0.69. Tax, 1938, $6.51. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $1.03. Amount due.

$23.56. Supposed owner, Arthur Smad­

beck.

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

5798 and 5799, Map 8, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Offlce. Assessed.

Joseph and Louis Lavizno. Tax, 1937,

$1.86. Amount due, $13.45. Supposed

owners, Joseph and Louis Lavizno.

A tract of land with bungalow there­

on situate at Putnam Lake, in the town

of Patterson, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 5816-5818.

inclusive. Map 8, on a map of lands of

Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Hubert and Wally Gottschalk. Tax.

1938, $10.52. Amount due, $22.55. Sup­

posed owners, Hubert and Wally Gotts­

chalk.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

5867 and 5868. Map 8. on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

M. and L. Anderberg. Tax, 1938,

$1.50. Returned School Tax, 1937, $0.26.

Amount due $13.35. Supposed owners,

M. and L. Anderberg.

A tract of land with bungalow there­

on, situate at Putnam Lake, in the town

of Patterson. Putnam County. New York,

known as Plots Nos. 5877-5879, inclu­

sive, Map 8, on a map of lands of Mir­

ror Holding Corporation filed in Put­

nam County Clerk's Offlce. Assessed,

Hubert and Wally Gottschalk. Tax. 1988.

Map 8, on a map of lands of Mirror

Holding Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Offlce. Assessed, Arthur

Smadbeck. Tax. 1937, $2.79. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $0.65. Tax. 1938, Plots

6241-6244, $1.50. Returned School Tax.

1937, $0.26. Amount due, $16.96. Sup­

posed owner, Arthur Smadbeck.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

6708. 6709, Map 8. on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Willard Bleyer. Tax, 1937, $1.72. Re­

turned School Tax, 1936, $0.35. Tax,

1938, $1.85. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$0.32. Amount due, $15.95. Supposed

owner. Willard Bleyer.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

6733. 6734, 6735. 6736, 6737, 6738, 6739.

6316. 6317, 6318, 6319. Map 8. on a map 6740. 6741. 0742, 6743, 6744. 6745. 6746,

of lands of Mirror Holding Corporation 6747, 6748, 6749. 6750. 6751. 6752, 6753.

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Offlce. 6754. 6755. 6756, 6757, 6758, 6759. 6760.

6761. 6762, 6763, 6764, 6765, 6766, 6767.

6768. 6769^6770. 6771. 6772. 6773. 6774.

6775, 6776. 6777, 6778. 6779. 6780. 6781.

6782. 6783, 6784, 6785, 6786. 6787. 6788.

6789. 6790, 6791, 6792, 6793, 6794, 6795.

6796, 6797, 6798, 6799, 6800, 6801, 6802.

Map 8, on a map of lands of Mirror

Holding Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Offlce. Assessed. Willard

Bleyer. Tax. 1937. $3.25. Returned

School Tax, 1936. $0.67. Tax. 1938.

$3.50. Returned School Tax, 1937, $0.63.

Amount due, $19.95. Supposed owner,

Willard Bleyer.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County. New York, known as Plots Nos.

6803. 6804, 6805, 6806. 6807. 6808. 6809.

6813. 6814. 6815. 6816. 6817, 6818, 6819.

6820. 6821. 6822. 6823. 6824, 6825. 6830.

6831. 6832. 6833, 6834. 6835. 6836. 6837.

Map 8, on a map of lands of Mirror

Holding Corporation filed in Putnam

Assessed, Arthur Smadbeck. Tax, 1937.

$1.40. Returned School Tax. 1936, $0.50.

Tax, 1938. $1.50. Returned School Tax.

1937, $0.26. Amount due, $15.34. Sup­

posed owner, Arthur Smadbeck.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson. Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

6338 and 6339, Map 8, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Arthur Smadbeck. Tax, 1937. $1.86. Re­

turned School Tax, 1936, $0.39. Amount

due, $13.86. Supposed owner, Arthur

Smadbeck.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

6350-6352, inclusive, Map 8, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Offlce.

Assessed. E. H. Muller. Tax. 1938.


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County Clerk's Office. Assessed. Arthur

Smadbeek. Tax, 1937, $1.40. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $0.29. Tax, 1938, $1.40.

Returned School Tax, 1937, $0.27.

Amount due, $15.03. Supposed owner,

Arthur Smadbeek.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

6838-6842, inclusive, Map 8, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Mirror Holding Corporation.

Tax, 1937, $1.75. Returned School Tax,

1936, $0.36. Tax, 1938, $1.88. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $0.32. Amount due,

$16.03. Supposed owner, Mirror Holding

Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

6843, 6844, 6847, 6848, 6870, 6871, 6872,

6873, 6874, 6875, 6876, 6877, Map 8, on a

map of lands of Mirror Holding Corpo­

ration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office. Assessed, Arthur Smadbeek.

Tax, 1937, $1.80. Returned School Tax,

1936, $0.39. Tax, 1938, $1.90. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $0.41. Amount due,

$16.23. Supposed owner, Arthur Smad­

beek.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos,

6878, 6879, 6880, 6881, 6901, 6902, 6903,

6904, 6905, 6906, 6907, 6909, 6910, 6911,

6912, 6913, 6914, 6915, 6916, 6917, 6918,

6919, 6920, 6921, 6922, 6923, 6924, 6925,

6926, 6927, 6928, 6942, 6943, 6944, 6945,

6946, 6947, 6948, 6949, 6950, 6951, 6952,

Map 8, on a map of lands of Mirror

Holding Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office. Assessed, Mirror

Holding Corporation. Tax, 1937, $1.95.

Returned School Tax, 1936, $0.37. Tax,

1938, $K96. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$0.35. Amount due, $16.36. Supposed

owner, Mirror Holding Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

6953, 6954, 6955, 6991, 6992, 6993, 6994,

6995, 6996, 6997, 6998, 6999, 7000, 7001,

7002, 7003, 7004, 7005, 7106, 7107, 7108,

7109, Map 8, on a map of lands of Mirror

Holding Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office. Assessed, Arthur

Smadbeek. Tax, 1937, $1.10. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $0.18. Tax, 1938, $1.10.

Returned School Tax, 1937, $0.16.

Amount due, $14.17. Supposed owner,

Arthur Smadbeek.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

7135-7J42 inclusive and 7191-7231, inclu­

sive, Map 8, on a map of lands of Mir­

ror Holding Corporation filed in Put­

nam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Mirror Holding Corporation. Tax, 1937,

$2.45. Returned School Tax, 1936, $0.49.

Tax, 1938, $2.45. Returned School Tax,

1937, $0.38. Amount due, $17.56. Sup­

posed owner, Mirror Holding Corpora­

tion.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plot No.

7143 and Plots Nos. 7232-7247, inclusive,

Map 8, on a map of lands of Mirror

Holding Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office. Assessed, Arthur

Smadbeek. Tax, 1937, $0.85. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $0.16. Tax, 1938, $0.85.

Returned School Tax, 1937, $0.17.

Amount due, $13.63. Supposed owner,

Arthur Smadbeek.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

7315-7526, inclusive, and 7593-7792, in­

clusive, Map 8, on a map of lands of

Mirror Holding Corporation filed in Put­

nam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Mirror Holding Corporation. Tax, 1937,

$19.09. Returned School Tax, 1936, $4.02.

Amount due, $35.77. Supposed owner,

Mirror Holding Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

7315-7539, inclusive, and 7565-7792, in­

clusive, Map 8, on a map of lands of

Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Mirror Holding Corporation. Tax, 1938,

$21.39. Returned School Tax, 1937, $3.76.

Amount due, $37.91. Supposed owner,

Mirror Holding Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

9815 and 9816, Map 10, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Arthur Smadbeek. Tax, 1937,

$2.10. Amount due, $13.71. Supposed

owner, Arthur Smadbeek.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

9875, 9876, 9877, 9878, 9879, 9880, 9898,

9899, 9900, 9913, 9914, 9915, 9916, Map 10,

on a map of lands of Mirror Holding

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office. Assessed, Arthur Smad­

beek. Tax, 1937, $10.22. Returned School

Tax, 1936, $2.49. Amount due. $24.85.

Supposed owner, Arthur Smadbeek.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

9938-9942, inclusive, Map 10, on a map

of lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Arthur Smadbeek. Tax, 1938,

$5.01. Amount due, $16.76. Supposed

owner, Isabel Donnelly.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 10330 and 10331, Map 10, on a map

of lands of Mirror Holding •brporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Home Guardian Company.

Tax, 1937, $2.32. Amount due, $13.94.

Supposed owner. Home Guardian Com­

pany.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plot No.

10332, Map 10, on a map of lands of

Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Mirror Holding Corporation. Tax, 1937,

$1.16. Returned School Tax, 1936. $0.25.

Amount due, $12.98. Supposed owner,

Mirror Holding Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County. New York, known as Plots Nos.

10363-10365, Subdivision of Plot A, on

map of lands of Mirror Holding Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office. Assessed, Arthur Smadbeek.

Tax, 1937, $1.38. Returned School Tax,

1936, $0.29. Tax, 1938, $1.50. Amount due,

$14.83. Supposed owner, Arthur Smad­

beek.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

10369-10371, inclusive, Subdivision of

Plot A, on map of lands of Mirror Hold­

ing Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office. Assessed, Mirror Holding

Corporation. Tax, 1938, $1.50. Amount

due, $13.08. Supposed owner, Mfrror

Holding Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

29 and 30, Map A, on map of lands of

Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

F. Mangieri. Tax, 1937, $1.62. Returned

School Tax, 1936,.$0.34. Amount due,

$13.56. Supposed owner, F. Mangieri.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

39, 40, 41, Map A, on a map of lands of

Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

1937, Arthur Smadbeek. Assessed, 1938,

Peter S. Ingoglia. Tax, 1937, $1.38. Tax,

1938, Plots 39 and 40, $0.50. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $0.09. Amount due,

$13.57. Supposed owner, Arthur Smad­

beek or Peter S. Ingoglia.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

79, 80, 81, 82, 83, Map A, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Mirror Holding Corporation.

Tax, 1938, $1.88. Returned School Tax,

1937, $0.32. Amount due, $13.81. Sup­

posed owner, Mirror Holding Corpora­

tion.

A tract of land with bungalow there­

on, situate at Putnam Lake, in the town

of Patterson, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 105-108, in­

clusive, Map A, on a map of lands of

Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

John P. Quirk. Tax, 1938, $12.62. Amount

due, $24.65. Supposed owner, John P.

Quirk.

A tract of land with bungalow there­

on, situate at Putnam Lake, in the town

of Patterson, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 133-135, in­

clusive, Map A, on a map of lands of

Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

1937, Mirror Holding Corporation. As­

sessed, 1938, Arthur Smadbeek. Tax,

1937, $4.41. Returned School Tax, 1936,

$0.43. Tax, 1938, $4.76. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $0.81. Amount due, $22.43.

Supposed owner, Mirror Holding Cor­

poration or Arthur Smadbeek.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

327 and 328, Map A, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Louis Yankowitz. Tax, 1937, $1.62. Re­

turned School Tax, 1936, $0.34. Amount

due, $13.56. Supposed owner, Louis

Yankowitz.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 338-340, inclusive, Map A, on a map

of lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, M. J. Horton. Tax, 1937, $2.44.

Returned School Tax, 1936, $0.51.

Amount due, $14.60. Supposed owner,

M. J. Horton.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

361 and 362, Map A, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

1937, Maria Geminin. Assessed, 1938,

Mario Gemenini. Tax, 1937, $1.16. Tax,

1938, $1.25. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$0.21. Amount due, $14.25. Supposed

owner, Maria Geminin or Mario Gem­

enini.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 396-398, inclusive, Map A, on a

map of lands of Mirror Holding Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office. Assessed, 1937, Gertrude M.

Mercleau. Assessed, 1938, Gertrude M.

Mercleon. Tax, 1937, $0.70. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $0.14. Tax, 1938, $0.75.

Returned School Tax, 1937, $0.13.

Amount due, $13.31. Supposed owner,

Gertrude M. Mercleau or Gertrude M.

Mercleon.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

476 and 477, Map A, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

1937, Mirror Holding Corporation. As­

sessed, 1938, Lillian M. Balcoara. Tax,

1937, $0.93. Returned School Tax, 1936,

$0.19. Tax, 1938, $1.00. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $0.17. Amount due, $13.90.

Supposed owner, Mirror Holding Cor­

poration or Lillian M. Balcoara.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

677, 678. 679, 680, 681, 682, 683, 684, 685,

686,687, 688,689, 690,692,693, 694,695,725,

726, 727, 728, 729, 730, 731, 734, Map A,

on a map of lands of Mirror Holding

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office. Assessed, Arthur Smad­

beek. Tax, 1937. $6.60. Returned School

Tax, 1936, $1.13. Tax, 1938. $5.76. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937. $1.27. Amount

due, $27.00. Suppose? owner, Arthur

Smadbeek.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

735, 736, 737, 738, 739, 740, 741, 742, 743,

744, 745. 746. 747. 748, 749, 750, Map A,

on a map of lands of Mirror Holding

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office. Assessed, Arthur Smad­

beek. Tax, 1937. $1.92. Amount due.

$13.52. Supposed owner, Arthur Smad­

beek.

A tract of land with bungalow there­

on, situate at Putnam Lake, in the town

of Patterson, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 895-897, in­

clusive. Map A, on a map of lands of

Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Emmit & TiUie Wcising. Tax, 1938,

$26.04. Returned School Tax, 1937, $4.45.

Amount due, $43.51. Supposed owners,

Emmit and TiUie Welsing.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

2140 and 2141, Map B, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, M. and W. Malanga. Tax, 1937,

$1.62. Tax, 1938, $1.75. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $0.30. Amount due, $15.35.

Supposed owners, M. and W. Malanga.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

2302 and 2303, Map B, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

N. J. Hauber. Tax, 1938, $0.25. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $0.04. Amount due,

$11.80. Supposed owner, N. J. Hauber.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

2304-2306, inclusive, Map B, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Arthur Smadbeek. Tax, 1938,

$0.37. Returned School Tax, 1937, $0.07.

Amount due, $11.96. Supposed owner,

Arthur Smadbeek.

A tract of land with bungalow there­

on situate at Putnam Lake, in the town

of Patterson, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 2332-2334, in­

clusive, Map B, on a map of lands of

Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Sarah Lighpody. Tax, 1938, $10.02. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $1.71. Amount

due, $23.82. Supposed owner, Sarah-

Lightbody.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

2351 and 2352, Map B, on a map of lands

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Joseph Shannon. Tax, 1937,

$0.46. Amount due, $11.98. Supposed

owner, Joseph Shannon.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 2377-2380, inclusive, Map B, on a

map of lands of Mirror Holding Corpo­

ration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office. Assessed, 1937, Donal Zimmerman.

Assessed, 1938, Donat Zimmerman. Tax,

1937, $1.86. Returned School Tax, 1936,

$0.39. Tax, 1938, $2.00. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $0.34. Amount due, $1632.

Supposed owner, Donal Zimmerman or

Donat Zimmerman.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

2400 and 2401, Map B, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Patrick Dorney. Tax, 1938, $1.50. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $0.26. Amount

due, $13.35. Supposed owner, Patrick

Dorney.

A tract 6f land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

2435 and 2436, Map B, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Pearl M. Vail an ce. Tax, 1938, $1.50. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $0.26. Amount

due, $13.35. Supposed owner, Pearl M.

Vallance.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plot No.

2564, Map B, on a map of lands of Mir­

ror Holding Corporation filed in Put­

nam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Mirror Holding Corporation. Tax, 1937,

$0.23. Returned School Tax, 1936, $0.24.

Tax, 1938, $0.25. Returned School Tax,

1937, $0.04. Amount due, $12.09. Sup­

posed owner, Mirror Holding Corpora­

tion.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

2628, 2629, 2638, 2639, 2646, 2647, 2661,

2662, 2663, Map B, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Mirror Holding Corporation or Arthur

Smadbeek. Tax, 1937, $6.74. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $0.54. Amount due,

$19.14. Supposed owner, Mirror Hold­

ing Corporation or Arthur Smadbeek.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

2628, 2629, 2630, 2631, 2632, 2633, 2634,

2635, 2636, 2637, 2645, 2647, 2648, 2649,

2650, 2651, 2652, 2653, 2654, 2655, 2656,

2661, 2662, 2663, Map B, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Mirror Holding Corporation

or Arthur Smadbeek. Tax, 1938, $20.39.

Returned School Tax, 1937, $0.87.

Amount due, $33.82. Supposed owner,

Mirror Holding Corporation or Arthur

Smadbeek.

A tract of 'land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

2678-2680, inclusive, Map C, on a map

of lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Arthur Smadbeek. Tax, 1937,

$0.70. Returned School Tax, 1936, $0.14.

Tax, 1938, $0.75. Returned School Tax,

1937, $0.13. Amount due, $13.31. Sup­

posed owner, Arthur Smadbeek.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

2683 and 2684, Map C, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Mathias Rezba. Tax, 1937. $0.46. Re­

turned School Tax. 1936, $0.10. Tax, 1938.

$0.50. Returned School Tax, 1937, $0.09.

Amount due. $12.71. Supposed owner,

Mathias Rezba.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

2685-2687, inclusive, Map C, on a map

of lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Arthur Smadbeek. Tax, 1937,

$1.39. Returned School Tax, 1936, $0.29.

Tax, 1938. $1.50. Returned School Tax,

1937, $0.26. Amount due, $15.11. Sup­

posed owner, Arthur Smadbeek.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

2759-2763, inclusive, Map C. on a map

of lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Mirror Holding Corporation.

Tax, 1938, $3.76. Returned School Tax,

1937, $0.64. Amount due, $16.12. Sup­

posed owner. Mirror Holding Corpora­

tion.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos,

2768 and 2769, Map C, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Mary A. Kemp, Tax, 1938, $1.50. Amount

due, $13.08. Supposed owner, Mary A.

Kemp.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

2781 and 2782, Map C, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

James B. DeLuna. Tax, 1937, $0.93. Re­

turned School Tax, 1936, $0.20. Tax,

1938, $1.00. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$0.17. Amount due, $13.92. Supposed

owner, James B. DeLuna.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake in, the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

2810-2812, inclusive, Map C, on a map

of lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Theodore Stein. Tax, 1937,

$2.44. Tax, 1938, $2.63. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $0.45. Amount due, $17.30.

Supposed owner, Theodore Stein.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

2824-2826* inclusive, Map C, on a map

of lands of Mirror Holding Corpora­

tion filed in Putnam County Clerk's Of­

fice. Assessed, James F. Maloney. Tax,

1937, $2.78. Tax, 1938, $3.00. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $0.51. Amount due,

$18.10. Supposed owner, James F. Ma­

loney.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

2874 and 2875, Map C, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Amelia Carson. Tax, 1937, $1.62. Amount

due, $13.20. Supposed owner, Amelia

Carson.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

2974 and 2975, Map C, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

1937, William TeapwelL Assessed, 1938,

William TrapwelL Tax, 1937, $1.86. Re­

turned School Tax, 1936, $0.39. Tax, 1938,

$2.00. Returned School Tax, 1937, $0.34.

Amount due, $16.32. Supposed owner,

William TeapwelL or William TrapwelL

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

3019, 3020, 3021, 3022, Map C, on a map

of lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Mirror Holding Corporation.

Tax, 1937, $3.28. Amount due, $14.94.

Supposed owner, Mirror Holding Cor­

poration.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

3054 and 3055, Map C, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Arthur Smadbeek. Tax, 1938, $1.00. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $0.16. Amount

due, $12.72. Supposed owner, Arthur

Smadbeek.

A tract of land with bungalow there­

on, situate at Putnam Lake, in the town

of Patterson, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 3056 and

3057, Map C, on a map of lands of Mir­

ror Holding Corporation filed in Put­

nam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Arthur Smadbeek, Tax, 1938, $15.02.

Returned School Tax, 1937, $1.71.

Amount due. $29.07. Supposed owner,

Arthur Smadbeek.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

3075 and 3076, Map C, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Salvatore Barbera. Tax, 1937, $1.39.

Tax, 1938, $1.50. Returned School Tax,

1937, $0.26. Amount due, $14.81. Sup­

posed owner, Salvatore Barbera.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 3077 and 3078, Map C, on a map

of lands of Mirror Holding Corpora­

tion filed in Putnam County Clerk's Of­

fice. Assessed, Louis C. TrifarL Tax,

1937, $1.39. Tax, 1938, $1.50. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $0.26. Amount due,

$14.81. Supposed owner, Louis C. Tri­

farL

A tract of land with bungalow there­

on, situate at Putnam Lake, in the town

of Patterson, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 643-645, Map

A, on a map of lands of Mirror Holding

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office. Assessed, Emma Bateman.

Tax, 1937, $16.25. Returned School Tax,

1936, $0.43. Amount due, $29.01. Sup­

posed owner, Emma Bateman.

A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

2961 and 2962 and bungalow, Map C. on

a map of lands of Mirror Holding Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office. Assessed. Arthur Smadbeek. Tax,

1937, $9.28. Amount due, $21.24. Sup­

posed owner, Arthur Smadbeek.

PUTNAM VALLEY

A tract of land located near Tompkins

Corners, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about one hundred and ninety acres,

bounded north by lands of Johnson, east

by the Highway, south by lands of Mc-

Kinley, west by lands of Peekskill Res.

Assessed, Charles and Jessie Attwater-

Tax. 1938. $161.04. Returned School Tax.

1938, $71.49. Amount due, $255.71. Sup­

posed owners, Charles and Jessie Att-

water.

A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plot No. 40, on a map of lands of Wan-

agru Realty Corporation filed in Put­

nam County Clerk's Office under File

No. 94E. Assessed, James A. Aheara.

Tax, 1938, $4.6Q. Returned School Tax,

1938, $2.04. Amount due, $18.47. Sup­

posed owner, James A. Ahearn.

•A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plot No. 43, on a map of lands of Wana-

gru Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

94E. Assessed, James A. Ahearn. Tax,

1938, $4.60. Returned School Tax, 1938.

$2.04. Amount due, $18.47. Supposed

owner, James A. Ahearn.

A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plot No. 44, on a map of lands of Wana-

gru Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

94E. Assessed, James A. Ahearn. Tax,

1938, $4.60. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$2.04. Amount due, $18.47. Supposed

owner, James A. Ahearn.

A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plot No. 46, on a map of lands of Wana-

gru Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

94E. Assessed, James A. Ahearn. Tax,

1938, $4.60. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$2.04. Amount due, $18.47. Supposed

owner, James A. Ahearn.

A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plot No. 47, on a map of lands of Wana-

gru Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

94E. Assessed, James A. Ahearn. Tax,

1938, $4.60. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$2.04. Amount due, $18.47. Supposed

owner, James A. Ahearn.

A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plot No. 48, on a map of lands of Wana-

gru Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

94E. Assessed, James A. Ahearn. Tax,

1938, $4.60. Returned School Tax, 1\18,

$2.04. Amount due, $18.47. Supposed

owner, James A. Ahearn.

A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plot. No. 49, on a map of lands of Wana-

gru Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

94E. Assessed, James A. Ahearn. Tax,

1938, $4.60. Returned School Tax, 1939,

$2.04. Amount due, $18.47. Supposed

owner, James A. Ahearn.

A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plot No. 50, on a map of lands of Wana-

gru Realty Corporation filed in Put­

nam County Clerk's Office under File

No. 94E. Assessed, James A. Ahearn.

Tax, 1938, $4.60. Returned School Tax,

1938, $2.04. Amount due, $18.47. Sup­

posed owner, James A. Ahearn.

A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plot No. 51, on a map of lands of Wana-

gru Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

94E. Assessed, James A. Ahearn. Tax,

1938, $4.60. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$2.04. Amount due, $18.47. Supposed

owner, James A. Ahearn.

A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plot No. 52, on a map of lands of Wana-

gru Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

94E. Assessed, James A. Ahearn. Tax,

1938, $4.60. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$2.04. Amount due, $18.47. Supposed

owner, James A. Ahearn.

A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plot No. 54, on a map of lands of Wana-

gru Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

94E. Assessed, James A. Ahearn. Tax,

1938, $4.60. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$2.04. Amount due, $18.47. Supposed

owner, James A. Ahearn.

A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plot No. 55, on a map of lands of Wana-

gru Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

94E. Assessed, James A. Ahearn. Tax,

1938, $4.60. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$2.04. Amount due, $18.47. Supposed

owner, James A. Ahearn.

A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake, in the town of Putnam Valley.

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plot No. 38, on a map of lands of Wan-

agru Realty Corporation filed in Put­

nam County Clerk's Office under File

No. 94E. Assessed, James A. Ahearn.

Tax, 1938, $4.60. Returned School Tax,

1938, $2.04. Amount due, $18.47. Sup­

posed owner, James A. Ahearn.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Peekskill, in the town

of Putnam Valley, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 334 and

335, Block 53. Section G. on a map of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185F. Assessed,

John and Elizabeth Ashman. Highway

Tax, $14.75. Park District Tax, $5.48.

Mohegan Fire District Tax, $0.52. Re­

turned School Tax, 1938, $10.21. Amount

due, $44.01. Supposed owners, John and

Elizabeth Ashman.

. A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plot No. 134, on a map of lands of Wana-

gru Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

94A. Assessed, Frank Bienz. Tax, 1938,

$4.14. Amount due, $15.85. Supposed

owner, Frank Bienz.

A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plot No. 146, on a map of lands of Wana-

gru Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

94A. Assessed, Louis P. Bergman. Tax,

1938. $3.22. Returned School Tax. 1938.

$1.43. Amount due, $16.38. Supposed

owner, Louis Bergman.

A tract of land located at Adams Cor­

ners, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, containing

about one hundred and forty-two acres,

bounded north by lands of Eyrailson,

east by lands of Dring, south by lands

of Silleck, west by the Highway. As­

sessed, Beverly Hills Cemetery Cor­

poration. Tax, 1938, $506.11. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $11.44. Returned School Tax,

1638, $224.69. Amount due, $790.85. Sup­

posed owner, Beverly Hills Cemetery

Corporation.

A tract of land located near Turnpike,

in the northern part of the town of

Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, bounded north by Turnpike, east

by lands of Townsend, south by lands

of Azzimonti, west by lands of Noble.

Assessed, George Bennett. Tax, 1938,

$11.50. Returned School Tax, 1938, $2.94.

Amount due, $26.66. Supposed owner,

George Bennett.

A tract of land located near Tomp­

kins Corners, in the northern part of

the town of Putnam Valley, Putnam

County, New York, bounded north by

lands of Kuelmer, east by Town Line,

south by lands of Seiffert, west by the

Highway. Assessed, Isadore and Helen

Berliner. Tax, 1938, $2.30. Amount due,

$13.92. Supposed owners, Isadore and

Helen Berliner.

A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plot No. 147, on a map of lands of Wana-

gru Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

94A. Assessed, Louis P. Bergman. Tax,

1938, $3.22. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$1.43. Amount due, $16.38. Supposed

owner, Louis P. Bergman.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Oscawana Lake, in the town

of Putnam Valley, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plot No. 132, on

a map of lands of Wanagru Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 94A. Assessed,

Richard E. Bartel. Tax, 1938, $27.61. Re­

turned School Tax, 1938, $12.25. Amount

due, $53.35. Supposed owner, Richard

E. Bartel.

A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plot No. 17, on a map of lands of Osca­

wana Lake Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 9B, Assessed, Burton Braley.

Tax, 1938, $9.20. Fire District Tax,

$0.21. Returned School Tax, 1938, $109.

Amount due, $25.68. Supposed owner,

Burton Braley.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Oscawana Lake, in the town

of Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plot No. 7A, on a map

of lands of Hill Top Estate filed in Put­

nam County Clerk's Office under File

No. 115. Assessed, Berlois Realty Com­

pany. Tax, 1938, $73.62. Fire District

Tax, $1.66. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$32.68. Amount due, $124.86. Supposed

owner, Berlois Realty Company.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Camp Lookout, in the town

of Putnam Valley, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plot No. 91, on a

map of lands of Peekskill Hill Top In­

corporated filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 121A Modi­

fied Map. Assessed, J. J. Butterly. Tax,

1938, $41.41. Fire District Tax, $0.94. Re­

turned School Tax, 1938, $18.38. Amount

due, $75.27. Supposed owner, J. J. But­

terly.

A tract of land situate at Camp Look­

out, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plot

No. 134, on a map of lands of Peekskill

Hill Top Incorporated filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

121A Modified Map. Assessed, Harry A.

Bahr. Tax, 1938, $4.60. Fire District

Tax, $0.10. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$2.04. Amount due, $18.58. Supposed

owner, Harry A. Bahr.

A tract of land situate at Camp Look­

out, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plot

No. 135, on a map of lands of Peekskill

Hill Top Incorporated filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

121A Modified Map. Assessed, Harry A.

Bahr. Tax, 1938, $4.60. Fire District Tax,

$0.10. Returned School Tax, 1938, $2.04.

Amount due, $18.58. Supposed owner,

Harry A. Bahr.

A tract of land situate at Camp Look­

out, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plot

No. 136, on a map of lands of Peekskill

Hill Top Incorporated filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

121A Modified Map. Assessed, Harry A.

Bahr. Tax, 1938, $4.60. Fire District Tax,

$0.10. Returned School Tax. 1938, $2.04.

Amount due, $18.58. Supposed owner,

Harry A. Bahr.

A tract of land situate at Camp Look­

out, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plot

No. 137, on a map of lands of Peekskill

Hill Top Incorporated filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

121A Modified Map. Assessed, Harry A.

Bahr. Tax, 1938, $4.60. Fire District Tax,

$0.10. Returned School Tax, 1938, $2.04.

Amount due. $18.58. Supposed owner,

Harry A. Bahr.

A tract of land situate at Camp Look­

out, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plot

No. 138, on a map of lands of Peekskill

Hill Top Incorporated filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

121A Modified Map. Assessed, Harry A.

Bahr. Tax, 1938, $4.60. Fire District Tax.

$0.10. Returned School Tax, 1938, $2.04.

Amount due. $18.58. Supposed owner,

Harry A. Bahr.

A tract of land situate at Camp Look­

out, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plot

No. 139, on a map of lands of Peekskill

Hill Top Incorporated, filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

121A Modified Map. Assessed, Harry A.

Bahr. Tax, 1938, $4.60. Fire District Tax,

$0.10. Returned School Tax, 1938, $2.04.

Amount due, $18.58. Supposed owner,

Harry A. Bahr.

A tract of land situate at Camp Look­

out, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plot

No. 140, on a map of lands of Peekskill

Hill Top Incorporated filed in Putnam

County Clerks Office under File No.

121A Modified Map. Assessed, Harry A.

Bahr. Tax, 1938, $4.60. Fire District Tax,

$0.10. Returned School Tax, 1938, $2.04.

Amount due, $18.58. Supposed owner,

Harry A. Bahr.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 106 and 107, Block 52, Section E,

on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185D. Assessed, Robert A. Burns. Tax,

1938, $4.14. Park District Tax, $0.99. Fire

District Tax, $0.09. Returned School Tax,

1938, $1.84. Amount due, $18.91. Sup­

posed owner, David Slutzky.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 14 and 141, Block 52, Section E, on

a map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185D. As­

sessed, Clarence A. Borst. Tax, 1938,

$3.68. Park District Tax, $0.88. Fire Dis­

trict Tax. $0.08. Returned School Tax,

1938, $1.04. Amount due, $18.09. Sup­

posed owner, Clarence A. Borst.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 57 and 58, Block 7, Section B,,on

a map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185A. As­

sessed, Frances A. Burgess. Tax, 1938,

$4.60. Park District Tax, $1.10. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.10. Returned School Tax,

1938, $2.04. Amount due, $19.73. Sup­

posed owner, Frances A. Burgess.

A tract of land located at Sun Set

Hill Road, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, con­

taining about sixty-four acres, bounded

north by lands of Archer, east by lands

of James Company, south by lands of

Hoffman, west by lands of Tuceling.

Assessed, Robert and Peter T. Cunning­

ham. Tax, 1938, Balance due, $99.03.

Amount due, $115.48. Supposed owners,

Robert and Peter Cunningham.

A tract of land situate at Hill Top Es­

tate, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plot

No. 5, on a map of lands of F. K. James

Company filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 115. As­

sessed, Joseph V. Collins. Tax, 1938,

$3.45. Returned School Tax, 1938, $1.53.

Amount due, $16.73. Supposed owner,

Joseph V. Collins.

A tract of land situate at Camp Sunny

Brook, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

south two-thirds of Plot 7, on a map of

lands of Regal Development Corpora­

tion filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 139C. Assessed,

Walton Clark, Jr. Tax, 1938, $2.30. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $0.30. Amount

due, $14.23. Supposed owner, Regal De­

velopment Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 119 and 120, Block 5, Section A,

on a map of lands of Lake Pqekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185. Assessed, James R. Cook. Tax, 1938,

$13.80. Park District Tax, $3.29. Fire

District Tax, $0.31. Amount due, $29.77.

Supposed owners, Charles and Frances

Carrier.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Peekskill, in the town

of Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 22-24, Block

18, Section C, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185B. Assessed, Clara Chess.

Tax, 1938, $27.61. Park District Tax

$8.57. Fire District Tax, $0.62. Returned

School Tax, 1938, $12.25. Amount due,

$G0.90. Supposed owners, Luba and

Edna Melnick.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 40-42, Block 50, Section D, on a

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185C. As­

sessed, Letitia Cargill. Tax, 1938, $5.52.

Park District Tax, $1.31. Fire District

Tax $0.12. Returned School Tax, 1938

$2.45. Amount due, $21.37. Supposed

owner, Letitia Cargill.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 81 and 82, Block 52, Section E, on

a map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185D. As­

sessed, Aaron and Frieda Cullen. Tax

1938, $4.60. Park District Tax, $1.10. Fire

District Tax, $0.10. Returned School Tax,

1938, $2.04. Amount due, $19.73. Sup­

posed owners, Aaron and Frieda Cullen.

ft

un l rac u ot land situa *e at Lake Peeks-

Kiil, in the town of Putnam Valley Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 181-184. Block 53. Section G, on a

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk s Office under File No. 185F As­

sessed, John and Margaret Corcoran.

Tax, 1938, $7.36. Park District Tax, $1 75

w,* D i StriCt ^ax. $0.17. Amount due!

$21.24. Supposed owners, John and Mar­

garet Corcoran.

u £ ?" ac u of land situ *te at Lake Peeks-

Kiu, in the town of Putnam Valley Put­

nam County New York, known as Plots

Nos. 53-56, Block 61, Section F, on a

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerks Office under File No. 185E. As­

sessed David F. Carter. Tax. 1938, $5.52

?SC JK? 1 ? , TaX ' $131 - Fire Dis tt

lax. $0.12. Returned School Tax, 1938

$2.45. Amount due, $21.37. Supposed

owner, David F. Carter.

A tract of land situate at Abele Park

in the town of Putnam Valley, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plot No.

136, on a map of lands filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No

Modified Map 6E. Assessed, Minnie De-

Lutio. Tax. 1938. $6.90. Fire District Tax

$0.16. Park District Tax. $0.65. Light­

ing District Tax. $1.35. Returned School

Tax. 1938. $3.06. Amount due. $24 23

Supposed owner. Minnie DeLutio.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Peekskill, in the town

of Putnam Valley. Putnam County. New

York, known as Plots Nos. 1 and 2. Block

9. Section B, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

John J. Darden. Tax, 1938, $43 71 Park

District Tax. $10.40. Fire District Tax

$0.99. Returned School Tax, 1938 $19 41*

Amount due. $89.74. Supposed 'owner!

John J. Darden.

A tract of land with house thereon.

situate at Lake Peekskill. in the town

of Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 299-302


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Block 53, Section G, on a map of lands

of Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation

.filed In Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, George W. Devlin. Tax, 1938,

$27.61. Park District Tax, $6.57. Fire

District Tax, $0.62. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $12.25. Amount due, $60.90.

Supposed owner, George Devlin.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plot

No. 68, Block 62, Section F, on a map

of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185E. Assessed,

Max Delson. Tax, 1938, $1.84. Park Dis­

trict Tax, $0.44. Fire District Tax,

$0.04. Returned School Tax, 1938, $0.82.

Amount due, $14.80. Supposed owner,

Max Delson.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

NOB. 71 and 72, Block 57, Section F, on

a map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185E. As­

sessed, Frederico and Johanna DeGre*

gorio. Tax, 1938, $3.68. Park District

Tax, $0.88. Fire District Tax, $0.08. Re­

turned School Tax, 1938, $1.64. Amount

due, $18.09. Supposed owners, Frederico

and Johanna DeGregorio.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 37-39, Block 2, Section A, on a map

of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185. Assessed, Eu­

gene and Helen Dall. Tax, 1938, $6.90.

Park District Tax, $1.64. Fire District

Tax, $0.16. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$3.06. Amount due, $23.85. Supposed

owner, Jack Singer.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, In the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 363 and 364, Block 53, Section E,

on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185D. Assessed, Frederico DeGregorio.

Tax, 1938, $3.68. Park District Tax, $0.88.

Fire District Tax, $0.08. Returned

School Tax, 1938, $1.64. Amount due,

$18.09. Supposed owner, Frederico De­

Gregorio.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 93-95, Block 15, Section B, on a

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185A As­

sessed, Ernestine Eggers. Tax, 1938,

$8.28. Park District Tax, $1.97. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.19. Returned School Tax,

1938, $3.68. Amount due, $26.33. Sup­

posed owner, Florence Goldfarb.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 61 and 62. Block 64, Section F, on

a map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185E. As­

sessed, Ernest Engel. Tax, 1938, $2.76.

Park District Tax, $0.66. Fire District

Tax, $0.06. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$1.22. Amount due, $16.44. Supposed

owner, Ernest Engel.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Oscawana Lake East, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plot No. 41, on a

map of lands of Wanagru Realty Cor­

poration filed In Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 34A Assessed.

Ruth Furgivele. Tax, 1938, $32.21. Re­

turned School Tax, 1938, $14.30. Amount

due, $60.34. Supposed owner, Ruth Fur­

givele.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 42-46, Block 52, Section E, on a

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office. Assessed, Samuel E.

Fiaro. Tax, 1938, $9.20. Park District

Tax, $2.19. Fire District Tax, $0.21. Re­

turned School Tax, 1938, $409. Amount

due, $27.97. Supposed owner, Samuel

Fiario.

A tract of land with shack thereon,

situate at Lake Peekskill, in the town

of Putnam Valley, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plot No. 204, Block

55, Section E, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185D. Assessed, Max Feigen-

blatt, Max Yetnilsoff and David Meyro-

watz. Tax, 1938, $11.50. Park District

Tax, $2.74. Fire District Tax, $0.26. Re­

turned School Tax, 1938, $5.10. Amount

due, $32.08. Supposed owners, Max

Feigenblatt, Max Yetnilsoff and David

Meyrowatz.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at Crofts Corners, in the town

of Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, containing about one acre, bound­

ed north by lands of Samler Estate, east

and south by lands of Pearse, west by

the Highway. Assessed, Martha B. Gil-

leu. Tax. 1938, $32.21. Fire District Tax,

$0.73. Returned School Tax, 1938, $14.30.

Amount due, $61.10. Supposed owner,

Martha B. Gillen.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 53-56, Block 63. Section F, on a

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office. Assessed, Carolyn Flynn.

Tax, 1938, $5.52. Park District Tax, $1.31.

Fire- District Tax, $0.12. Returned School

Tax. 1938, $2.45. Amount due, $21.37.

Supposed owner, Carolyn Flynn.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Oscawana Lake East, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam County.

New York, known as Plot. No. 42, on a

map of lands of Wanagru Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 34A. Assessed.

John M. Gunnerman. Tax, 1938, $32.21.

Amount due. $45.32. Supposed owner.

John M. Gunnel man.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Peekskill, in the town of

Putnam Valley. Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 45-47, Block

9. Section B, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185A. Asse.s.-.cd, Heirs of Mary

E. Greene. Tax. 1938. $27.61. Park Dis­

trict Tax. $6.57. Fire District Tax, $0.62.

Returned School Tax, 1938, $12.25.

Amount due, 60.90. Supposed owners,

Heirs of Mary E. Greene.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 40-42, Block 9, Section B, on a

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185A. As­

sessed, Heirs of Mary E. Greene. Tax,

1938, $5.52. Park District Tax, $1.31. Fire

District Tax, $0.13. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $2.45. Amount due, $21.38.

Supposed owners, Heirs of Mary E.

Greene.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 110-112, Block 17, Section B, on a

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185A As­

sessed, Samuel L. Goldman. Tax, 1938,

$5.52. Park District Tax, $1.31. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.12. Amount due, $18.80.

Supposed owner, Samuel L. Goldman.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 10-14, Block 15, Sect'on E, on a

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185D. As­

sessed, Richard Giben. Tax, 1938, $9.20.

Park District Tax, $2.19. Fire District

Tax,, $0.21. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$4.09. Amount due, $27.97. Supposed

owner, Richard Giben.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Peekskill, in the town

of Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 47-49, Block

54, Seotion E, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185D. Assessed, Julius Gotthold.

Tax, 1938, $23.01. Park District Tax,

$5.48. Fire District Tax, $0.52. Returned

School Tax, 1938, $10.22. Amount due,

$52.69. Supposed owner, Julius Gotthold.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plot

B, Block 56, Section E, on a map of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion filed in Putnam County Clerk's Of­

fice. Assessed, Charles and Bayard Gar-

dineer. Tax, 1938, $16.10. Park District

Tax, $3.83. Fire District Tax, $0.36. Re­

turned School Tax, 1938, $7.15. Amount

due, $40.31. Supposed owners, Charles

and Bayard Gardineer.

A tract of land with buildings thereon,

located near Wood Street, in the town

of Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, containing about two and one-half

acres, bounded north by the Highway,

east by the Highway, south by County

Line, west by lands of Orlando. As­

sessed, Lena H. Hoffkoss. Tax, 1938,

$50.61. Fire District Tax, $1.14. Amount

due, $65.84. Supposed owner, Lena H.

Hoffkoss.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Oscawana Gardens, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plot No. 2, Block

2, on a map of lands of Hudson Heights

Development Corporation filed in Put­

nam County Clerk's Office under File

No. 112. Assessed, Hudson Heights De­

velopment Corporation, Tax, 1938, $39.10.

Fire District Tax, $0.88. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $17.37. Amount due, $71.72.

Supposed owner, Hudson Heights De­

velopment Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 34 and 35, Block 7, Section B, on

a map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185A. As­

sessed, Mary L. Hill. Tax, 1938, $3.68.

Park District Tax, $0.88. Fire District

Tax, $0.08. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$1.64. Amount due, $18.09. Supposed

owner, Mary L. Hill.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 3 and 4, Block 9, Section B, on a

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185A. As­

sessed, Lydia Heden. Tax, 1938, $3.68.

Park District Tax, $0.88. Fire District

Tax, $0.08. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$1.64. Amount due, $18.09. Supposed

owner, John Darden.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 46-48, Block 27, Section C, on a

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office. Assessed, Joseph Heigl.

Tax, 1938, $5.52. Park District Tax, $1.31.

Fire District Tax, $0.12. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $2.46. Amount due, $21.38.

Supposed owner, Joseph Heigl.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 31-33. Block 28, Section C, on a

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185B. As­

sessed, Maria Hough. Tax. 1938, $5.52.

Park District Tax, $1.31. Fire District

Tax, $0.12. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$2.46. Amount due. $21.38. Supposed

owner, Maria Hough.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 44 and 45, Block 47. Section D, on a

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185C. As­

sessed, C. E. Hughes. Tax, 1938. $3.68.

Park District Tax, $0.88. Fire District

Tax, $0.08. Amount due, $16.37. Sup­

posed owner, C. E. Hughes.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Peekskill, in the town

of Putnam Valley. Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 59-62, Block

51, Section E, on a map of lands.of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Edna Hussey. Tax. 1938, $29.91. Park

District Tax, $7.12. Fire District Tax,

$0.68. Returned School Tax, 1938, $13.28.

Amount due, $65.04. Supposed owner,

Edna Hussey.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County. New York, known as Plots

Nos. 60 and 61, Block 53. Section E. on a

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185D. As­

sessed. Mauritz Heinecke. Tax, 1938,

$3.68. Park District Tax, $0.88. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.08. Returned School Tax,

1938, $1.64. Amount due, $18.09. Sup­

posed owner, Mauritz Heinecke.

A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake East, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 223 and 224, on a map of

lands of Wanagru Realty Corporation

filed in 'Putnam County Clerk's Office

under File No. 94A. Assessed, John Ja­

cobs. Tax, 1938, $4.60. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $2.04. Amount due, $18.47.

Supposed owner, John Jacobs.

A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake East, in the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 225 and 226, on a

map of lands of Wanagru Realty Corpo­

ration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 94A. Assessed,

John Jacobs. Tax, 1938, $4.60. Returned

School Tax, 1938, $2.04. Amount due,

$18.47. Supposed owner, John Jacobs.

A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake East, in the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plot No. 227, on a map of

lands of Wanagru Realty Corporation

filed In Putnam County Clerk's Office,

under File No. 94A. Assessed, John

Jacobs. Tax, 1938, $2.30. Returned

School Tax, 1938, $1.02. Amount due,

$14.99. Supposed owner, John Jacobs.

A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake East, in the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 235 and 236 on a

map of lands of Wanagru Realty Corpo­

ration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under file No. 94A. Assessed,

John Jacobs. Tax, 1938, $2.76. Returned

School Tax, 1938, $1.22. Amount due,

$15.68. Supposed owner, John Jacobs.

A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake East, in the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 237 and 238, on a

map of lands of Wanagru Realty Corpo­

ration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 94A. Assessed,

John Jacobs. Tax, 1938, $2.76. Returned

School Tax, 1938, $1.22. Amount due,

$15.68. Supposed owner, John Jacobs.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 33-35, Block 5, Section A, on

a map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185.

Assessed, Jafus Holding Company. Tax,

1938, $6.90. Park District Tax, $1.64.

Fire District Tax, $0.16. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $3.06. Amount due, $23.85.

Supposed owner, Jafus Holding Com­

pany.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 36-38, Block 5, Section A, on a map

of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185. Assessed,

Jafus Holding Company. Tax, 1938,

$6.90. Park District Tax, $1.64. Fire

District Tax, $0.16. Returned School Tax,

1938, $3.06. Amount due, $23.85. Sup­

posed owner, Jafus Holding Company.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 221 and 222, Block 53, Section

G, on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185F. Assessed, Consuelo Jaffln. Tax,

1938, $3.68. Park District Tax, $0.88. Fire

District Tax, $0.08. Amount due, $16.37.

Supposed owner, Consuelo Jaffln.

A tract of land located in the north­

ern part of the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about fifty acres, bounded north, east

and south by lands of Kittridge, west by

the Highway. Assessed, B. R. Kittridge.

Tax, 1938, $46.01. Returned School Tax,

1938, $20.43. Amount due, $81.26. Sup­

posed owner, B. R. Kittridge.

A tract of land located in the northern

part of the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about forty-nine acres, bounded north

and east by lands of Kittridge. south by

lands of Seifert, west by lands of Kitt­

ridge. Assessed, B. R. Kittridge. Tax,

1938, $46.01. Returned School Tax, 1938.

$20.43. Amount due, $81.26. Supposed

owner, B. R. Kittridge.

A tract of land located in the northern

part of the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about sixty-eight acres, bounded north

by lands of Richardson, south by lands

of Kittridge, east by lands of Richard­

son, south by lands of Kittridge, west

by the highway. Assessed, B. R. Kitt­

ridge. Tax, 1938. $82.82. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $36.77. Amount due, $137.07.

Supposed owner, B. R. Kittridge.

A tract of land located in the northern

part of the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about thirty-five acres,'bounded north

by lands of Richardson, east, south and

west by lands of Kittridge. Assessed, B.

R. Kittridge. Tax, 1938, $41.41. Returned

School Tax, 1938, $18.38. Amount due,

$74.28. Supposed owner, B. R. Kittridge.

A tract of land located in the northern

part of the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about forty-five acres, bounded north by

lands of Azzimonti, east and south by

land-, of Richardson, west by the High­

way. Assessed, B. R. Kittridge. Tax,

1938. $41.41. Returned School Tax, 1938.

$18.38. Amount due, $74.28. Supposed

owner, B. R. Kittridge.

A tract of land located in the northern

part of the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about twelve acres, bounded north and

east by lands of Bennett, south by lands

of Richardson, west by the Highway.

Assessed. B. R. Kittridge. Tax, 1938.

$13.80. Returned School Tax, 1938, $6.13.

Amount due. $32.43. Supposed owner,

B. R. Kittridge.

A tract of land located in the northern

part of the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about twelve acres, bounded north by

lands of New York Power and Light

Corporation, east by lands of Bennett,

south and west by lands of Parkway.

Assessed. B. R. Kittridge. Tax. 1938.

$11.04. Returned School Tax, 1938. $4.90.

Amount due, $28.24. Supposed owner,

B. R. Kittridge.

A tract of land located In the northern

part of the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about twenty acres, bounded north by

lands of Herbert, east by the Town Line,

south by lands of Kittridge, west by the

Highway. Assessed, B. R. Kittridge. Tax,

1938, $11.50. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$5.10. Amount due, $28.93. Supposed

owner, B. R. Kittridge.

A tract of land located in the northern

part of the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about one hundred acres, bounded north

and east by lends of Hazen. south and

west by lands of Kittridge. Assessed, B.

R. Kittridge. Tax, 1938, $69.02. Returned

School Tax, 1938, $30.63. Amount due,

$116.13. Supposed owner, B. R. Kitt­

ridge.

A tract of land located in the northern

part of the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about nine acres, bounded north and

east by lands of Kittridge, south by the

Highway, west by lands- of New York

Power and Light Corporation. Assessed,

B. R. Kittridge. Tax, 1938, $10.35. Re­

turned School Tax. 1938, $4.G0. Amount

due, $27.20. Supposed owner, B. R. Kitt­

ridge.

A tract of land located in the northern

part of the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about twenty-one and one-half acres,

bounded north by lands of Kittridge,

east by Town Line, south by lands of

New York Power and Light Corpora­

tion, west by the Highway. Assessed,

B. R. Kittridge. Tax, 1938, $18.40. Re­

turned Schoool Tax, 1938, $8.17. Amount

due, $39.40. Supposed owner, B. R. Kitt­

ridge.

A tract of land located in the northern

part of the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about one hundred acres, bounded north

by lands of Kittridge, east by the Town

Line, south and west by lands of Kitt­

ridge. Assessed, B. R. Kittridge. Tax,

1938, $73.62. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$32.68. Amount due, $123.12. Supposed

owner, B. R. Kittridge.

A tract of land with house and dam

thereon, located in the northern part

of the town of Putnam Valley, Putnam

County, New York, containing about

two hundred acres, bounded north by

lands of Kittridge, east by lands of

Skelly, south and west by lands of Kitt­

ridge. Assessed, B. R. Kittridge. Tax,

1938, $552.12. Returned School Tax,

1938, $245.12. Amount due, $848.60. Sup­

posed owner, B. R. Kittridge.

A tract of land located in the northern

part of the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about one hundred acres, bounded north

and east by the Town Line, south and

west by lands of Ryder. Assessed, B. R.

Kittridge. Tax, 1938, $92.02. Returned

School Tax, 1938, $40.85. Amount due,

$151.01. Supposed owner, B. R. Kitt­

ridge.

A tract of land located in the northern

part of the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about one hundred acres, bounded north

by lands of Kittridge, east by lands of

Skelley, south by lands of Parkway,

west by lands of Kittridge. Assessed, B.

R. Kittridge. Tax, 1938, $138.03. Re­

turned School Tax, 1938, $61.28. Amount

due, $220.78. Supposed owner, B. R.

Kittridge.

A tract of land located ittthe northern

part of the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about thirty acres, bounded north by

lands of New York State Power and

Light Corporation, east by the Town

Line, south by lands of Kittridge, west

by the Highway. Assessed, B. R. Kitt­

ridge. Tax, 1938, $27.61. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $12.25. Amount due, $53.35.

Supposed owner, B. R. Kittridge..

A tract of land with dam thereon,

located in the northern part of the town

of Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, containing about sixteen acres,

bounded north and east by lands of

Kittridge, south by lands of School Lot,

west by the Highway. Assessed, B. R.

Kittridge. Tax, 1938, $299.07. Returned

School Tax, 1938, $132.77. Amount due,

$464.93. Supposed owner, B. R. Kitt­

ridge.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Oscawana Lake East, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plot No. 123, on a

map of lands of Wanagru Realty Corpo­

ration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 94A. Assessed,

Edna Kretza. Tax, 1938, $36.81. Re­

turned School Tax, 1938, $16.34. Amount

due, $67.31. Supposed owner, Edau

Kretzer.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 21 and 22, Block 54, Section

E, on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185D. Assessed, John Krasucki. Tax,

1938, $3.68. Park District Tax, $0.88.

Fire District Tax, $0.08. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $1.64. Amount due, $18.09.

Supposed owner, John Krasucki.

A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Gardens, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plot No. 7, Block 12, on a map of lands

of Hudson Heights Development Corpo­

ration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 112. Assessed,

Louis Lipschitz. Tax, 1938, $2.30. Fire

District Tax, $0.05. Returned School Tax.

1938, $1.02. Amount due, $15.04. Sup­

posed owner Louis Lipschitz.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 6-8, Block 47, Section D, on a map

of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185C. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Builders Incorporated.

Tax. 1938, $5.52. Park District Tax.

$1.31. Fire District Tax. $0.12. Returned

School Tax, 1938, $2.45. Amount dut,

$21.37. Supposed owner, Joe Lois. ,

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley.

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 35 and 36, Block 48. Section

D, on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185C. Assessed, Lake Peekskill Builders

Incorporated. Tax, 1938. $3.68. Park

District Tax, $0.88. Fire District Tax,

$0.08. Returned School Tax, 1938, $1.64.

Amount due, $18.09. Supposed owner,

Stuart Muller foe.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 37 and 38, Block 48, Section

D, on a map of lands of Lake PeekskiTl

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185C. Assessed, Lake Peekskill Builders

Incorporated. Tax, 1938, $3.68. Park

District Tax, $0.88. Fire District Tax,

$0.08. Returned School Tax, 1938, $1.64.

Amount due, $18.09. Supposed owner,

Stuart Muller Inc.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 56 and 57, Block 48, Section

D, on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Offlce under File No.

185C. Assessed, Lake Peekskill Builders

Incorporated. • Tax, 1938, $3.68. Park

District Tax, $0.88. First District Tax,

$0.08. Returned School Tax, 1938, $1.64.

Amount due, $18.09. Supposed owner,

Joe Lois.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 58 and 59, Block 48, Section

D, on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Offlce under File No.

185C. Assessed, Lake Peekskill Builders

Incorporated. Tax, 1938, $3.68. Park

District Tax, $0.88. Fire District Tax,

$0.08. Returned School Tax, 1938, $1.64.

Amount due, $18.09. Supposed owner,

Joe Lois.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 60 and 61, Block 48, Section

D, on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed In Putnam

County Clerk's Offlce under Map No.

185. Assessed, Lake Peekskill Builders

Incorporated. Tax, 1938, $3.68. Park

District Tax, $0.88. Fire District Tax,

$0.08. Returned School Tax, 1938, $1.64.

Amount due, $18.09. Supposed owner,

Joe Lois.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 62 and 63; Block 48, Section

D, on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Offlce under File No.

185C. Assessed, Lake Peekskill Builders

Incorporated." Tax, 1938, $3.68. Park

District Tax, $0.88. Fire District Tax,

$0.08. Returned School Tax, 1938, $1.64.

Amount due, $18.09. Supposed owner,

Joe Lois.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 64-66, Block No. 48, Section

D, on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Offlce under File No.

185. Assessed, Lake Peekskill Builders

Incorporated. Tax, 1938, $5.52. Park

District Tax, $1.31. Fire District Tax,

$0.12. Returned School Tax, 1938, $2.45.

Amount due, $21.37. Supposed owner,

Joe Lois.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Peekskill, in the town

of Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 34 and 35,

Block 50, Section D, on a map of lands

of Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Offlce

under File No. 185C. Assessed, Lake

Peekskill Builders Incorporated. Tax,

1938, $18.40. Park District Tax, $4.38.

Fire District Tax, $0.42. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $8.17. Amount due, $44.44.

Supposed owner, Anna Rothbert.

A tract of land witlj house thereon,

situate at Lake Peekskill, in the town

of Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 36 and 37,

Block No. 50, Section D, on a map of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Offlce. Assessed, Lake Peekskill Build­

ers Incorporated. Tax, 1938, $18.40. Park

District Tax, $4.38. Fire District Tax,

$0.42. Returned School Tax, 1938, $8.17.

Amount due, $44.44. Supposed owner,

Mollie Siegall.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Peekskill, in the town

of Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 113-115,

Block 53, Section E, on a map of lands

of Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Offlce

under File No. 185D. Assessed, David

Levinson and Harry Peiffer. Tax, 1938,

$27.61. Park District Tax, $6.57. Fire

District Tax, $0.62. Amount due, $48.04.

Supposed owners, David Levinson and

Harry Peiffer.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 427 and 428, Block 53, Section E,

on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Offlce under File No.

185D. Assessed, Virginia R. Lichman.

Tax, 1938, $3.68. Park District Tax, $0.88.

Fire District Tax, $0.08. Amount due,

$16.37. Supposed owner, Virginia R.

Lichman.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 16-21, Block 57, Section F,

on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Offlce under File No.

185E. Assessed, Cunard Lundsten. Tax,

1938, $7.36. Park District Tax, $1.75. Fire

District Tax, $0.17. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $3.26. Amount due, $24.76.

Supposed owner, Cunard Lundsten.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plot

No. 74, Block No. 62, Section F, on a

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Offlce under File No. 185E. As­

sessed, Otto La vers. Tax, 1938, $1.84.

Park District .Tax, $0.44. Fire District

Tax, $0.04. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$0.82. Amount due, $14.80. Supposed

owner, Otto Lavers.

A lot of land located in the town of

Putnam Valley. Putnam County, New

York, containing about 75 x 100 feet,

bounded north by lands of Lawson, east

by Summer Street, south by lands of

Drayton, west by lands of Kruger. As­

sessed. Mary J. Maxell. Tax, 1938. $4.60.

Fire District Tax, $0.10. Amount due.

$16.44. Supposed owner, Mary J. Maxell.

A tract of land located at Tompkins

Corners, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about four acres, bounded north by

lands of Seiffert, east by lands of New

York Power and Light Corporation,

south by lands of Tompkins, west by

lands of Lookwood. Assessed, Frank C.

Mathews. Tax, 1938, $4.60. Returned

School Tax, 1938, • $0.34. Amount due,

$16.69. Supposed owner, Frank C. Ma­

thews.

A tract of land located at Adams

Corners, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about eight acres, bounded north by

lands of Lawrence, east and south by

lands of Perry, west by lands of Pierce.

Assessed, William and Dorothy Muller.

Tax, 1938, $3.68. Fire District Tax, $0.08.

Returned School Tax, 1938, $1.64.

Amount due, $17.17. Supposed owners,

Dorothy and William Muller.

A tract of land located at Adams

Corners, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about forty-five acres, bounded north

by lands of Potter, east by the Highway,

south by lands of Hillyer, west by lands

of Meads. Assessed, Ernest and Barbara

Muller. Tax, 1938, $138.03. Fire District

Tax, $3.12. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$61.28. Amount due, $224.05. Supposed

owners, Ernest and Barbara Muller.

A tract of land with shack thereon,

situate at Oscawana Lake East, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plot No. 92, on a

map of lands of Wanagru Realty Corpo­

ration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 94A. Assessed,

John F. and Anna McCormick. Tax.

1938, $13.80. Amount due, $25.99. Sup­

posed owners, John F. and Anna Mc-

Cormack.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Oscawana Lake, in the town

of Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plot No. 5, on a map

of lands of Laura Wood Manor filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Offlce under

Modified Map No. 36. Assessed, Ralph

Mennona. Tax, 1938, Balance, $22.69.

Fire District Tax, $1.35. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $26.56. Amount due, $64.63.

Supposed owner, Ralph Monnona.

A tract of land situate at Camp Look­

out, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plot

No. 71, on a map of lands of Peekskill

Hill Top Incorporated filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Offlce under Modified

Map 121A. Assessed, Louise McAdams.

Tax, 1938, $9.20. Fire District Tax, $0.21.

Amount due, $21.38. Supposed owner,

Louise McAdams.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 64 and 65, Block 2, Section A, on

a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Offlce under File No.

185. Assessed, Eugene A. Murray. Tax,

1938, $4.60. Park District Tax, $1.10.

Fire District Tax, $0.10. Amount due.

$17.59. Supposed owner, Florence Miller.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Peekskill, in the town of

Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 70-72, Block

7, Section B, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Offlce under

File No. 185A Assessed, Edward Martin.

Tax, 1938, $29.91. Park District Tax,

$7.12. Fire District Tax, $0.68. Amount

due, $51.10. Supposed owner, Edward

Martin.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 1-4, Block 17, Section B, on

a map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Offlce under File No. 185A.

Assessed, Max Meadow. Tax, 1938, $7.36.

Park District Tax, $1.75. Fire District

Tax, $0.17. Returned School Tax, 1938.

$3.26. Amount due, $24.67. Supposed

owner, Sophia Meadow.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 139-141, Block 17, Section B,

on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Offlce under File No.

185A Assessed, Elizabeth Muldoon. Tax,

1938, $5.52. Park District Tax, $1.31. Fire

District Tax, $0.12. Amount due, $18.80.

Supposed owner, Elizabeth Muldoon.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

part of Plots 173 and 174. Block 23,

Section C, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Offlce under

File No. 185B. Assessed, Arthur G. and

Mary V. McDonald. Tax, 1938, $3.68.

Park District Tax, $0.88. Fire District

Tax, $0.08. Amount due, $16.37. Sup­

posed owners, Arthur and Mary Mc­

Donald.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 34-36, Block 53, Section E,

on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Offlce under File No.

185D. Assessed, Francis Mazzochi and

Clara Belloc. Tax, 1938, $5.52. Park

District Tax, $1.31. Fire District Tax,

$0.12. Returned School Tax, 1938, $2.45.

Amount due, $21.37. Supposed owners,

Francis Mazzochi an*. Clara Belloc.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley.

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 402 and 403, Block 53. Section

E. on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Offlce under File No.

185D. Assessed, Lorn mis Mackey, Jr.

Tax. 1938, $3.68. Park District Tax, $0.88.

Fire District Tax, $0.08. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $1.64. Amount due, $18.09.

Supposed owner, Lommis Mackey, Jr.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley.

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plot No. 217. Block 55, Section G. on a

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam Count)

Clerk's Offlce under File No. 185F.

Assessed, Hans C. Mathison. Tax, 1938,

$4.60. Park District Tax, $1.10. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.10. Amount due, $17.59.

Supposed owner, Hans C. Mathison.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam VaUey,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plot No. 259, Block 55, Section G, on a

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Offlce under File No. 185F.

Assessed, Hans C. Mathison. Tax, 1938,

$5.75. Park District Tax, $1.37. Fire

District Tax, $0.13. Amount due, $19.11.

Supposed owner, Hans C. Mathison.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Peekskill, in the town

of Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 65 and 66,

Block 56, Section G, on a map of lands

of Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation

filed In Putnam County Clerk's Offlce

under File No. 185F. Assessed, Otto

Mex. Tax, 1938, $27.61. Park District

Tax, $6.57. Fire District Tax, $0.62. Re­

turned School Tax, 1938, $12.25. Amount

due, $60.90. Supposed owners, George

Weinken and Herbert Yoehl.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, In the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 141 and 142, Block 56, Section

E, on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Offlce under File No.

185D. Assessed, Paul Mueller. Tax, 1938,

$9.20. Park District Tax, $2.19. Fire

District Tax, $0.21. Amount due, $23.68.

Supposed owner, Paul Muller.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 119-122, Block 63, Section F,

on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filqd in Putnam

County Clerk's Offlce under File No.

185E. Assessed, Frank J. McTamney.

Tax, 1938, $5.52. Park District Tax, $1.31.

Fire District Tax, $0.12. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $2.45. Amount due, $21.37.

Supposed owner, Frank J. McTamney.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 485 and 486, Block 53, Section

E, on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Offlce under File No.

185D. Assessed, Clara Michael. Tax,

1938, $3.68. Park District Tax, $0.88.

Fire District Tax, $0.08. Amount due.

$16.37. Supposed owner, Clara Michael.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 84 and 85, Block 28, Section

C, on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Offlce under File No.

185D. Assessed, Joseph F. Mahedy. Tax,

1938, $3.68. Park District Tax, $0.88.

Fire District Tax, $0.08. Amount due,

$10.37. Supposed owner, Joseph F.

Mahedy.

A tract of land located at Barger

Street, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about fifty by one hundred feet, bounded

north by lands of Lawson, east by the

Highway, south and west by lands of

Lawson. Assessed, Albert E. Byrd Nixon.

Tax, 1938, $3.45. Fire District Tax, $0.08.

Amount due, $15.21. Supposed owner,

Albert E. B. Nixon.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 45 and 46, Block 5, Section

A, on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk"s Offlce under File No.

185. Assessed, Henry Clay Neazett. Tax,

1938, $6.90. Park District Tax, $1.64.

Fire District Tax, $0.16. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $3.06. Amount due, $23.85.

Supposed owner, Golda Levy.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 217-220, Block 53, Section G.

on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Offlce under File No.

185F. Assessed, Anna Newman. Tax,

1938, $7.36. Park District Tax, $1.75.

Fire District Tax, $0.17. Amount due,

$21.24. Supposed owner, Anna Newman.

A tract of land located at Crofts

Corners, in the town of Putnam Valley.

Putnam County, New York, containing

about eight acres, bounded north by

lands of Travis, east by lands of Wein-

traub, south by lands of Russell, west

by Highway. Assessed, Heirs of James

E. O'Dell. Tax, 1938, $18.40. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.42. Returned School Tax,

1938, $8.17. Amount due, $39.84. Sup­

posed owners, Heirs of James E. O'Dell.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 65 and 66, Block 17, Section

B, on a map of lands of Lake Peeks-

kill Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Offlce under File No.

185A Assessed, Stewart G. and Mary

O'Keefe. Tax, 1938, $3.68. Park District

Tax, $0.88. Fire District Tax, $0.08.

Amount due, $16.37. Supposed owners,

Stewart G. and Mary O'Keefe.

A tract of land with house thereon

situate at Oscawana Lake East, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plot No. 57, on a

map of lands of Wanagru Realty Corpo­

ration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 34A. Assessed,

Edgar G. Pierce. Tax, 1938, $28.76. Re­

turned School Tax, 1938, $12.77. Amount

due, $55.11. Supposed owner, Edgar G.

Pierce.

A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake East, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plot No. 58, on a map of lands of

Wanagru Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 34A. Assessed, Edgar G. Pierce.

Tax, 1938, $5.75. Returned School Tax,

1938, $2.56. Amount due, $20.23. Sup­

posed owner, Edgar G. Pierce.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Hill Top Estate, in the town

of Putnam Valley, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plot No. 4, on a

map of lands of Oscawana Hill Top

Estate, filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 115. Assessed,

Frank L and Thomas Pearson. Tax,

1938, $32.21. Fire District Tax, $0.73.

Amount due, $46.09. Supposed owners,

Frank and Thomas Pearson.

A tract of land situate at Camp Look­

out, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 43 and 44, on a map of lands of

Peekskill Hill Top Incorporated filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 121A. Assessed. Peekskill Hill

Top Incorporated. Tax, 1938, $9.20. Fire


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District Tax, $0.20. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $4.08. Amount due, $25.65.

Supposed owner, Peekskill Hill Top In­

corporated.

A tract of land situate at Camp Look­

out, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, know as Plots

Nos. 15, 28, 29, 30, on a map of lands

of Peekskill Hill Top Incorporated filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 121E. Assessed, Peekskill Hill

Top Incorporated. Tax, 1938, $6.90. Fire

District Tax, $0.15. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $3.04. Amount due, $22.09.

Supposed owner, Peekskill Hill Top In­

corporated.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 6 and 7, Block 5, Section A. on a

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185. As­

sessed, Anthony F. Peluso. Tax, 1938,

$4.60. Park District Tax, $1.10. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.10. Returned School Tax.

1938, $2.04. Amount due, $19.73. Sup­

posed owner, Anthony F. Peluso.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 16 and 17, Block 14, Section B, on

a map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185A. As­

sessed, August Peterson. Tax, 1938.

$9.20. Park District Tax, $2.19. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.21. Returned School Tax,

1938, $4.09. Amount due, $27.97. Sup­

posed owner, August Peterson.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 18 and 18, Block 14, Section B, on

a map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County,

Clerk's Office under File No. 185A. As­

sessed, August Peterson. Tax, 1938, $9.20.

Park District Tax, $2.19. Fire District

Tax, $0.21. Returned School Tax, 1938.

$4.09. Amount due, $27.97. Supposed

owner, August Peterson.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Peekskill, in the town

of Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, known as one-half of Plot 33,

34-37, Block 14, Section B, on a map.of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Corpo­

ration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185A. Assessed,

August Peterson. Tax. 1938, $69.02.

Park District Tax, $16.43. Fire District

Tax, $1.56. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$30.63. Amount due, $135.02. Supposed

owner, August Peterson.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 88 and 89, Block 15, Section B, on

a map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185A. As­

sessed, August Peterson. Tax, 1938, $5.52.

Park District Tax, $1.31. Fire District

Tax, $0.12. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$2.45. Amount due, $21.37. Supposed

owner, August Peterson.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 66 and 67, Block 58, Section F, on

a map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185E. As­

sessed, John A. Perry. Tax, 1938, $3.68.

Park District Tax, $0.88. Fire District

Tax, $0.08. Amount due, $16.37. Sup­

posed owner, John A. Perry.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at Wood Street, East Hill, in

the town of Putnam Valley, Putnam

County, New York, containing about

five acres, bounded north by lands of

Cornell, east by Town Line, south by

lands of Berger Heirs, west by the

Highway. Assessed, Regina RusselL Tax,

1938, $36.81. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$13.94. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$12.31. Amount due. $77.71. Supposed

owner, Regina Russell.

A tract of land located in the northern

section of the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about two hundred and ninety-four

acres, bounded north by lands of Ben­

nett, east by lands of Kessler, south and

west by lands of Kittridge. Assessed,

Dorothy Richardson. Tax, 1938. $230.05.

Amount due, $253.05. Supposed owner,

Dorothy Richardson.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Cedar Ledges, in the town of

Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 26-29 and

part of 37, on a map of lands of Elijah

Tompkins filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 76. As­

sessed, Bertram and Dorothy Robinson.

Tax. 1938. $69.02. Fire District Tax, $1.56.

Returned School Tax, 1938, $30.63.

Amount due, $117.77. Supposed owners,

Bertram and Dorothy Robinson.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 118 and 119, Block No. 3, Section A.

on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No. 185.

Assessed, Abraham Rodack. Tax, 1938,

$4.60. Park District T-ix. $1.10. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.10. Returned School Tax,

1938, $2.04. Amount due, $19.73. Sup­

posed owner, Abraham Rodack.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 27-29, Block 53, Section E,

on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185D. Assessed, Fred Rothar. Tax, 1938.

$5.52. Park District Tax, $1.31. Fire

District Tax, $0.12. Amount due, $18.80.

Supposed owner, Fred Rothar.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Peekskill, in the town of

Putnam Valley, Putnam County. New

York, known as Plots Nos. 408-410,

Block 53, Section E, on a map of lands | $27.97. Supposed

of Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation | Schultz.

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under File No. 185D. Assessed, Jacob

and Yetta Rosofski. Tax, 1938. $23.01.

Park District Tax, $5.48. Fire District

Tax. $0.52. Returned School Tax. 1938.

$10.21. Amount due. $52.68. Supposed

owners, Jacob and Yetta Rosofski.

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185F.* Assessed, William H. Redding.

Tax, 1938, $4.60. Park District Tax, $1.10.

Fire District Tax, $0.10. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $2.04. Amount due, $19.73.

Supposed owner, William H. Redding.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 30 and 31, Block 65, Section

G, on a map of lands of Lake Peeks-

kill Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185F. Assessed, Lenora Rich. Tax, 1938,

$2.76. Park District Tax, $0.66. Fire

District Tax, $0.06. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $1.23. Amount due, $16.45.

Supposed owner, Lenora Rich.

A tract of land located at Northern

Section in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about one hundred acres, bounded north

by lands of Kittridge, east, south and

west by lands of Parkway. Assessed.

Josephine Skelly. Tax, 1938, 69.02. Re­

turned School Tax, 1938, $30.63. Amount

due $116.13. Supposed ownen Josephine

Skelly.

A tract of land located near Adams

Corners, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, bounded

north by lands of Paley, east and south

by lands of Stevens, west by the High­

way. Assessed, Arthur V. Stevens. Tax,

1938, $4.60. Fire District Tax. $0.10. Re­

turned School Tax, 1938, $2.04. Amount

due, $18.58. Supposed owner, Arthur V.

Stevens.

A tract of land with residence and

business building thereon, located at

Oregon, in the town of Putrfam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, bounded

north by the Highway, east and south

by lands of Kappel, west of the High­

way. Assessed. Maurice Shea. Tax,

1938, $110.42. Fire District Tax, $2.50.

Amount due, $130.07. Supposed owner,

Maurice Shea.

A tract of land located at Tompkins

Corners, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about eighty-five acres, bounded north

by lands of Kittridge, east by lands of

Parkway, south by lands of Johnson,

west by the Highway. Assessed, Charles

Seifert. Tax, 1938, $115.03. Returned

School Tax, 1938, $51.06. Amount due,

$185.89. Supposed owner, Charles Seifert.

A tract of land with building thereon,

located near Oscawana Lake, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam County,

New York, containing about thirty-seven

acres, bounded north and east by

the Highway, south by lands of Camp

Lookout, west by lands of Henderson.

Assessed, Sunset Hill Realty Corpora­

tion. Tax, 1938, $492.31. Fire District

Tax, $11.13. Amount due. $540.11. Sup­

posed owner, Sunset Hill Realty Corpo­

ration.

A tract of land with dock thereon,

located at Oscawana Lake, in the town

of Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, bounded north by lands of Arm­

strong, east by Oscawana Lake, south by

lands of James, west by the Highway.

Assessed, Sunset Hill Realty Corpora­

tion. Tax, 1938, $36.81. Fire District Tax,

$0.83. Amount due, $51.02. Supposed

owner, Sunset Hill Realty Corporation.

A tract of land with two houses there­

on, situate at Oscawana Lake West, in

the town of Putnam Valley, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plot

No. 14, on a map of lands of Oscawana

Lake Park Estate filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under Map No. 59.

Assessed, Harry W. and Stella Streuli.

Tax, 1938, $50.61. Returned School Tax,

1938. $22.48. Amount due, $88.24. Sup­

posed owners, Harry W. and Stella

Streuli.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Oscawana Gardens, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plot No. 12. Block

7, on a map of lands of Hudson Heights

Development filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 112. As­

sessed, Karl Schmidt. Tax, 1938, $13.80.

Fire District Tax, $0.42. Amount due.

$26.43. Supposed owner, Karl Schmidt.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 34 and 35, Block 28, Section

C, on a map of lands of Lake Peekski'l

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185B. Assessed, Pasqualina Spelzi. Tax,

1938, $3.68. Park District Tax, $0.88. Fire

District Tax. $0.08. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $1.64. Amount due, $18.09.

Supposed owner, Pasqualina Spelzi.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 38-41, Block 28. Section C.

in a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185B. Assessed, Sadie Sternschuss. Tax,

1938, $7.36. Park District Tax, $1.75. Fire

District Tax, $0.17. Amount due. $21.24.

Supposed owner, Sadie Sternschuss.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Peekskill, in the town of

Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 24-28, Block

34, Secton D, on a map of lands of Luke

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under File

No. 185C. Assessed, Frederick and Hazel

Schoenlein. Tax. 1938. $29.91. Park Dis­

trict Tax. $7.12. Fire District Tax, $0.68.

Amount due, $51.10. Supposed owners,

Frederick and Hazel Schoenlein.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 167 and 168. Block 56. Section

E, on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty" Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185D. Assessed, John Harry Schultz.

Tax. 1938, $9.20. Park District Tax.

$2.19. Fire District Tax. $0.21. Returned

School Tax. 1938. $4.09. Amount due.

owner. John Harry

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley.

Putnam County. New York, known as

Plot No. 169. Block 56, Section E, on

a map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185D. As-

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-1 sessed. John Harry Schultz. Tax. 1938.

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley. | $2.76. Park District Tax, $0.66. Fire Dis-

Putnam County. New York, known as I trict Tax. $0.06. Returned School Tax,

Plots Nos. 79 and 80. Block 56. Section! 1938. $1.23. Amount due. $16.45. Sup-

G. on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill posed owner. John Harry Schultz.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 175 and 176, Block 56, Sec­

tion E, on a map of lands of Lake Peeks-

kill Relaty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185D. Assessed, John F. Silkoski. Tax,

1938, $9.20. Park District Tax, $2.19.

Fire District Tax, $0.21. Amount due*

$23.68. Supposed owner, John F. Sil­

koski.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 179-184, Block 57, Section F,

on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185E. Assessed, Carmine and Carmella

Salvitelli. Tax, 1938, $11.04. Park Dis­

trict Tax, $2.63. Fire District Tax, $0.25.

Amount due, $26.12. Supposed owner,

Carmine and Carmella Salvitelli.

A tract of land* with house thereon,

situate at Lake Peekskill, in the town

of Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 20 and 21,

Block 59, Section D, on a map of lands

of Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under File No. 185C. Assessed, Claude

Sowden. Tax, 1938, $18.40. Park District

Tax, $4.38. Fire District Tax, $0.42. Re­

turned Schol Tax, 1938, $8.17. Amount

due $44.44. Supposed owner, Claude

Sowden.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 59 and 60, Block No. 62,

Section F, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185E. Assessed, Earl Spanden-

burg, Tax, 1938, $2.76. Park District

Tax, $0.66. Fire District Tax. $0.06. Re­

turned School Tax, 1938, $1.23. Amount

due, $16.45. Supposed owner, Earl

Spandcnburg.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Peekskill, in the town

of Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 98-100, Block

17, Section B, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185A. Assessed, Ethel Shatiro.

Tax, 1938, $32.21. Park District Tax,

$7.67. Fire District Tax, $0.73. Amount

due, $54.14. Supposed owner, Ethel

Shatiro.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plot No. 255, Block 55, Section G, on

a map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185F.

Assessed, John Harry Schultz. Tax, 1938,

$5.75. Park District Tax, $1.37. Fire

District Tax, $0.13. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $2.56. Amount due, $21.80.

Supposed owner, John Harry Schultz.

A tract of land situate at Tompkins

Corners, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about twenty-three acres, bounded north

by lands of Paggioli, east by lands of

Parkway, south and west by lands of

Tompkins. Assessed, Franklin M. Tomp­

kins. Tax, 1938, $11.50. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $5.10. Amount due, $28.93.

Supposed owner, Frank M. Tompkins.

A" tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Peekskill, in the town

of Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 36 and 37,

Block 28, Section C, on a map of lands

of Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under File No. 185B. Assessed. William

Turner. Tax, 1938, $23.01. Park District

Tax, $5.48. Fire District Tax. $0.52.

Amount due, $41.96. Supposed owner,

William Turner.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 56'and 57, Block 53, Section

E, on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185D. Assessed, Patrick and Theresa

Trotti. Tax, 1938, $3.68. Park District

Tax, $0.88. Fire District Tax, $0.08.

Amount due, $16.37. Supposed owners,

Patrick and Theresa Trotti.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 69 and 70, Block 56, Section

G, on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185F. Assessed, Heirs of Mark Tully.

Tax. 1938, $4.60. Park District Tax,

$4.10. Fire District Tax, $0.10. Amount

due, $17.59. Supposed owners, Heirs of

Mark Tully.

A camp located at Adams Corners, in

the town of Putnam Valley, Putnam

County, New York, containing 13 houses

and about three and one-half acres,

bounded north by lands of Nudelman,

east by the Highway, south by lands of

Zilensky. west by lands of Hollowbrook.

Assessed, Valley Brook Summer Homes

Incorporated. Tax, 1938, $230.05. Fire

District Tax, $5.20. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $102.13. Amount due, $365.75.

Supposed owner, Valley Brook Summer

Homes Incorporated.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at Oregon, in the town of

Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, bounded north by lands of Van

Tassel, east by Oscawana Brook, south

by lands of Gale, west by the Highway.

Assessed, May Van Tassel. Tax, 1938,

$32.21. Fire District Tax, $0.73. Re­

turned School Tax, 1938. $14.30. Amount

due, $61.10. Supposed owner, Dorothy

Scott.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at Barger Street, in the town

of Putnam Valley. Putnam County, New

York, containing about two and three-

quarter acres, bounded north by lands

of Bartell, east by the Highway, south

by lands of Grubel, west by lands of

West. Assessed. Emma Werner. Tax,

1938, $23.01. Fire District Tax. $0.52.

Amount due, $36.21. Supposed owner,

Emma Werner.

A tract of land with shed thereon,

located at Spruce Hill, in the town of

Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, containing about twenty-two

acres, bounded north by lands of Green-

stein, east by lands of Barger, .south by

lands of Johnson, west by the Highway.

Assessed. John C. Whiting and Willis

Ryder. Tax, 1938 $41.41. Fire District

Tax, $0.94. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$18.38. Amount due, $75.27. Supposed

owners, John C. Whiting and Willis

Ryder.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Oscawana Lake East, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plot No. 51, on a

map of lands of Wanagru Realty Corpo­

ration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 94A. Assessed,

Wanagru Realty Corporation. Tax, 1938,

$32.21. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$14.30. Amount due, $60.34. Supposed

owner, Wanagru Realty Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake East, in the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 72 and 73, on a map

of lands of Wanagru Realty Corpora­

tion filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 94A. Assessed.

Wanagru Realty Corporation. Tax, 1938,

$6.44. Returned School Tax, 1938, $2.85.

Amount due, $21.25. Supposed owner,

Spruce Hill Homes Incorporated. ,

A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake East, in the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York,

known as plots Nos. 77 and 78, on a map

of lands of Wanagru Realty Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under File No. 94A. Assessed, Wanagru

Realty Corporation. Tax, 1938, $6.44. Re­

turned School Tax, 1938, $2.85. Amount

due, $21.25. Supposed owner, Wanagru

Realty Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake East, in the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots 85, 86, 135, 136, 137, 138,

on a map of lands of Wanagru Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 94A.

Assessed, Wanagru Realty Corporation.

Tax, 1938, $19.32. Returned School Tax,

1938, $8.55. Amount due, $40.76. Sup­

posed owner, Spruce Hill Homes Incor­

porated.

A tract of land with shack thereon,

situate at Oscawana Lake East, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plot No. 69, on a

map of lands of Wanagru Realty Corpo­

ration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 94A. Assessed.

Wanagru Realty Corporation. Tax, 1938,

$11.50. Returned School Tax, 1938, $5.10.

Amount due, $28.93. Supposed owner,

Spruce Hill Homes Incorporated.

A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake East, in the town of Putna,m

Valley, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots No. 139, 151, 152, 153,

158, 159, 160, 161, on a map of lands of

Wanagru Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 94A. Assessed, Wanagru Realty

Corporation. Tax, 1938, $22.08. Returned

School Tax, 1938, $9.80. Amount due,

$44.97. Supposed owner, Spruce Hill

Homes Incorporated.

A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake East, in the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 162, 163. 164, 165,

166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171, on a map of

lands of Wanagru Realty Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under File No. 94A. Assessed Wanagru

Realty Corporation. Tax, 1938, $20.24.

Returned School Tax, 1938, $8.96.

Amount due, $42.16. Supposed owner,

Wanagru Realty Corporation.

A tract of, land situate at Oscawana

Lake East, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plot No. 172, on a map of lands of

Wanagru Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 94A. Assessed, Wanagru Realty

Corporation. Tax, 1938, $4.60. Returned

School Tax, 1938, $2.04. Amount due,

$18.47. Supposed owner, Wanagru Realty

Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Oscawana

Lake East, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 174, 175, 176, 177, 178. 179,

180, 181, 182, 183, on a map of lands of

Wanagru Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 94A. Assessed, Wanagru Realty

Corporation. Tax, 1938. $14.26. Returned

School Tax, 1938, $6.36. Amount due,

$33.15. Supposed owner, Spruce Hill

Homes Incorporated.

A tract of land situate at Breezy

Point Park, in the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plot No. 8, on a map of lands

of Breezy Point Park filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under Fie No.

128. Assessed, Harriet Wagner. Tax,

1938, $1.84. Fire District Tax, $0.04. Re­

turned School Tax, 1938, $0.82. Amount

due, $14.34. Supposed owner Harriet

Wagner.

A tract of land situate at Abele Park,

in the town of Putnam Valley, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plot No.

46, on a map of lands of Wanagru Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under Abele Park Modi­

fied Map No. 6E. Assessed, Wanagru

Reajty Corporation. Tax, 1938, $9.20.

Fire District Tax, 0.21. Park District Tax,

$0.87. Lighting District Tax, $1.80. Re*

turned School Tax, 1938, $4.09. Amount

due, $28.48. Supposed owner, Wanagru

Realty Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 1 and 2, Block 4, Section A.

on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No. 185.

Assessed, Charles R. Weirman. Tax,

1938, $4.60. Park District Tax. $1.10.

Fire District Tax, $0.10. Amount due,

$17.59. Supposed owner, Charles R.

Weirman.

A tract of land with house thereon,

located at Columbus Avenue, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, bounded north, east and

south by lands of Perry, west by the

roadway. Assessed, Isaac Yocum. Tax.

1938. $36.81. Fire District Tax. $0.83.

Returned School Tax. 1938. $16.34.

Amount due. $68.18. Supposed owner,

Isaac Yocum.

A tract of wood land, located at

Adams Corners, in the town of Putnam

Valley. Putnam County. New York, con­

taining about thirty acres, bounded

north by lands of Lockwood, east by

lands of Stevens, south by lands of

Lawrence, west by lands of Long. As­

sessed. David Zilensky. Tax. 1938. $23.01.

Fire District Tax. $0.52. Returned School

Tax. 1938, $10.21. Amount due. $46.93.

Supposed owner. David Zilensky.

A tract of land located at Adams Cor­

ners, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about six acres, bounded north by lands

of Valley Brook Summer'Home, east by

the Highway, south by lands of Heck-

sher Camp, west by lands of Hollow

Brook. Assessed, David Zilensky. Tax,

1938, $18.40. Fire District Tax, $0.42.

Returned School Tax, 1938. $8.17.

Amount due, $39.84. Supposed owner,

David Zilensky.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Peekskill, in the town

of Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 12 and 13,

Block 51, Section E, on a map of lands

of Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under File No. 185D. Assessed. Mathias

Zgomba and Emma Jurjezich. Tax, 1938,

$27.61. Park District Tax, $6.57. Fire

District Tax, $0.62. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $12.25. Amount due, $60.90.

Supposed owners, Mathias Zgomba and

Emma Jurjezich.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 64 and 65, Block 53, Section E, on

a map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185D. As­

sessed, Jeannette Z. Zanghi. Tax, 1938,

$3.68. Park District Tax, $0.88. Fire Dis­

trict Tax. $0.08. Returned School Tax,

1938, $1.64 Amount due, $18.09. Sup­

posed owner, Jeannette Z. Zanghi.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 1. 2, 3, Block 13, Section B, on a

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185B. As­

sessed, Lake Peekskill Country Homes

Incorporated. Tax, 1938, $6.90. Park Dis­

trict Tax, $1.65. Fire District Tax, $0.15.

Returned School Tax, 1938, $3.07.

Amount due, $23.86. Supposed owner,

Lake Peekskill Country Homes Incor­

porated.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 45 and 46, Block 13, Section C, on

a map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's office under File No. 185B. As­

sessed, Lake PeeTcskill Country Homes

Incorporated. Tax, 1938, $3.68. Park Dis­

trict Tax, $0.88. Fire District Tax, $0.08.

Returned School Tax, 1938, $1.62.

Amount due, $18.07. Supposed owner,.

Lake Peekskill Country Homes Incor-'

porated. ,

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Peekskill, in the town

of Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 62-64, Block

13, Section C, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185B. Assessed, Lake Peekskill

Country Homes Incorporated. Tax, 1938,

$29.91. Park District Tax, $7.12. Fire

District Tax, $0.68. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $13.28. Amount due. $65.04.

Supposed owner, Frances Blieberg and

May Siberang.

A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Peekskill, in the town

of Putnam Valley. Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 65-67, Block

13, Section C, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill" Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185B. Assessed, Lake Peekskill

Country Homes Incorporated. Tax, 1938,

$29.91. Park District Tax, $7.12. Fire

District Tax, $0.68. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $13.28. Amount due, $65.04.

Supposed owner, May Silberang.

A tract of land with building thereon,

situate at Lake Peekskill, in the town

of Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 68-71, Block

13, Section C, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185B. Assessed. Lake Peekskill

Country Homes Incorporated. Tax, 1938,

$23.01. Park District Tax, $5.48. Fire

District Tax. $0.52. Returned School

Tax. 1938, $10.21. Amount due, $52.68.

Supposed owner, Lake Peekskill Coun­

try Homes Incorporated.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County. New York, known as Plots

Nos. 72, 73, 74. 75, 76. 77, 78. 79. Block 13.

Section C, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185B. Assessed, Lake Peekskill

Country Homes Incorporated. Tax, 1938.

$14.72. Park District Tax. $3.52. Fire

District Tax, $0.32. Returned School

Tax, 1938. $6.51. Amount due, $37.82.

Supposed owner. Lake Peekskill Coun­

try Homes Incorporated.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 6. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11. 12. 13.

14, 15, Block No. 14, Section B. on a

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185A. As­

sessed, Lake Peekskill Country Homes

Incorporated. Tax, 1938, $09.00. Park

District Tax. $16.50. Fire District Tax,

$1.50. Returned School Tax. 1938. $30.60.

Amount due, $134.98. Supposed owner.

Lake Peekskill Country Homes Incor­

porated.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 74. 75. 76. 83. 84. 85. 86. 91. 92. 93.

94, 113, 114, 115. 120, Block 17. Section D,

on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185A. Assessed, Lake Peekskill Country

Homes Incorporated. Tax, 1938, $27.60.

Park District Tax. $6.60. Fire District

Tax. $0.60. Returned School Tax. 1938.

$12.20. Amount due. $60.85. Supposed

owner. Lake Peekskill Country Homes

Incorporated.

A tract of land with apartment house

thereon, situate at Lake Peekskill. in

the town of Putnam Valley, Putnam

County. New York, known as Plots Nos.

57. 58 and 58A. Block 19. Section C. on

a map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185B. As­

sessed. Lake Peekskill Country Homes

Incorporated. Tax. 1938. $34.51. Park

District Tax. $8.21. Fire District Tax.

$0.78. Returned School Tax, 1938, $1532.

Amount due. $73.26. Supposed owner.

Lake Peekskill Country Homes Incor­

porated.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 74, 75, 76, 77, Block 23, Section C,

on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185B. Assessed, Lake Peekskill Country

Homes Incorporated. Tax, 1938, $3.68.

Park District Tax, $0.88. Fire District

Tax, $0.88. Returned School Tax, 1938,

$1.65. Amount due, $18.10. Supposed

owner, Lake Peekskill Country Homes

Incorporated.

A tract of land with apartment house

thereon, situate at Lake Peekskill, in

the town of Putnam Valley. Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 82-85, Block 23, Section C, on a

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185B. As­

sessed, Lake Peekskill Country Homes

Incorporated. Tax. 1938, $34.51. Park

District Tax. $8.21. Fire District Tax.

$0.78. Returned School Tax, 1938, $15.32.

Amount due, $73.26. Supposed owner.

Lake Peekskill Country Homes Incor­

porated.

A tract of land with apartment house

thereon, situate at Lake Peekskill, in

the town of Putnam Valley, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 100-102, Block 23, Section C. on a

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam C#unty

Clerk's Office under File No. 185B. As­

sessed, Lake Peekskill County Homes

Incorporated. Tax. 1938, $32.21. Park

District Tax. $7.67. Fire District Tax.

$0.73. Returned School Tax, 1938, $14.30.

Amount due, $69.16. Supposed owner,

Lake Peekskill Country Homes Incor­

porated.

A tract of land with Casino thereon,

situate at Lake Peekskill, in the town

of Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos". 115-119,

Block 23, Section C, on a map of lands

of Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under File No. 185B. Assessed, Lake

Peekskill Country Homes Incorporated.

Tax. 1938, $69.02. Park District Tax,

$16.43. Fire District Tax, $1.56. Returned

School Tax, 1938, $30.63. Amount due,

$135.02. Supposed owner, Lake Peeks-

kill Country Homes Incorporated.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 123, 124,

125, 126, 127, 128, 146, 147, 148. 149. 150.

151, 152, 153. 154. 155, 156, 157, 158, 159.

160, 161, 162, 163, 164, Block 23, Sec­

tion C, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185B. Assessed, Lake Peekskill

Country Homes Incorporated. Tax, 1938,

$34.04. Park District Tax, $8.14. Fire

District Tax, $0.74. Returned School

Tax, 1938, $15.20. Amount due. $72.53.

Supposed owner. Lake Peekskill Coun­

try Homes Incorporated.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 16, 17, 18, 19. 20, 21, 22, 23, 24,

Block 30, Section C, on a map of lands

of Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under File No. 185B. Assessed, Lake

Peekskill Country Homes Incorporated.

Tax, 1938, $12.42. Park District Tax.

$2.97. Fire District Tax, $0.27. Returned

School Tax, 1938. $5.51. Amount due.

$33.73. Supposed owner. Lake Peekskill

Country Homes Incorporated.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 23. 24. Block 1. Section A. on a

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under Map #185. As-

seseed. Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion. Tax. 1936, $4.08. Park District Tax.

$1.18. Fire District Tax, $0.08. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $1.51. Amount due,

$18.69. Supposed owner. Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 14, 15. 18. 19, 20, Block 5. Sec­

tion A. on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

Map #185. Assessed. Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation. Tax, 1936, $12.75.

Park District Tax, $3.70. Fire District

Tax. $0.20. Returned School Tax. 1936.

$4.82. Amount due, $34.04. Supposed

owner, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County. New York, known as Plots

Nos. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. Block 7. Section B.

on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under Map 185.

Assessed, Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration. Tax, 1936. $10.20. Park District

Tax. $2.95. Fire District Tax. $0.20. Re­

turned School Tax, 1930, $3.78. Amount

due, $29.49. Supposed owner. Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley. Put­

nam County. New York, known as Plots

Nos. 68, 69. Block 8, Section B. on map

of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under Map #165. Assessed. Lake

Peekskill ReaTTy Corporation. Tax. 1936.

$4.08. Park District Tax, $1.18. Fire Dis­

trict Tax. $0.08. Returned School Tax.

1936. $1.53. Amount due. $18.71. Sup­

posed owner, Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Pumam Valley. Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40.

Block 12, Section H. on a map of lands

of Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under Map #185. Assessed. Lake Peeks-

kill Realty Corporation. Tax. 1936.

$11.43. Park District Tax. $3.33. Fire

District Tax. $0.18. Returned School

Tax. 1936, $4.29. Amount due. $31.69.

Supposed owner, Lake Peek.skill Realty

Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in tiie town of Putnam Valley. Put­

nam County. New York, known as Plots

Nos. 24. 25. Block 15. Section B. on map

of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under Map #185. Assessed, Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax. 1936.

$510. Park District Tax. $1.68. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.08. Returned School Tax,

1936, $1.92. Amount due, $20.72. Sup­

posed owner, Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put.

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, Block 16, Sec­

tion B, on map of lands of Lake Peeks-

kille Realty Corporation filed in Put­

nam County Clerk's Office under Map

#185. Assessed. Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation. Tax, 1936. $9.18. Park Dis­

trict Tax, $2.64. Fire District Tax, $0.18.

Returned School Tax, 1936, $3.47.

Amount due, $27.74. Supposed owner,

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 47. 48, 49, Block 25, Section C, on

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under Map #185. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax,

1936. $4.59. Park District Tax, $1.32. Fire

District Tax. $0.09. Returned School

Tax. 1936, $1.72. Amount due, $19.61.

Supposed owner. Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 1, 2. 3, 4. 5, 0, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13.

14, 15, 16, 17. 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23. 24,

25, 26. 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35.

36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42. 43, 44, 45 46

47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52. 53, 54. 55, 56, 57!

58, 59, 60, 74, 75. 76, 77, 78, 79. 80. 81.

82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93,

94, 95. 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103,

104, 105, 106, 107, 108. 109, 110, Block 46,

Section D. on map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax,

1936, $100.94. Park District Tax, $29.66.

Fire District Tax. $1.94. Returned School

Tax. 1936, $38.31. Amount due. $190.89.

Supposed owner. Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 1, 2,. 3, 4, 5, 50, 51, 52, 53. 54, 55, 56.

Block 47, Section D, on map of lands of

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

Map #185. Assessed. Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation. Tax, 1936, $10.94.

Park District Tax, $3.20. Fire District

Tax, $0.24. Returned School Tax. 1936,

$4.16. Amount due, $30.97. Supposed

owner, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 1, 2. 3. 4, 5, 6, 7. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13,

14, 15, 16. 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25.

20. 27. 28. 29, 67. Block 48. Section D, on

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under Map #185. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax,

1936, $22.04. Park District Tax. $6.38.

Fire District Tax, $0.58. Returned School

Tax, 1936. $8.35. Amount due. $50.72.

Supposed owner. Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 3, 4, 5, Block 51, Section E, on map

of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under Map #185. Assessed, Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax. 1936,

$6.12. Park District Tax, $1.77. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.12. Amount due. $19.91.

Supposed owner, Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 7, 8. 9, 91. 92. 93. Block 52, Section

E. on map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office und.er Map #185.

Assessed, Lake Peekskill Realty Cor-

Doration. Tax. 1936. $12.24. Park District

Tax. $3.54. Fire District Tax. $0.24. Re­

turned School Tax, 1936, $4.52. Amount

due, $33.07. Supposed owner, Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County. New York, known as Plots

Nos. 5. 6, 7. 8, 9, 10. 11, 12, 345, 346, 374,

375, 376, 379. 380, 383, 384. 385, 386. 387.

404. 405. Ms of 413. 414. 415. 420. 421.

422, 429. 430. 449, 450, 451, 466, 467. 468.

Block 53. Section E. on map of lands of

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

Map #185. Assessed. Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation. Tax, 1936, $68.34.

Park District Tax. $19.75. Fire District

Tax, $1.34. Returned School Tax. 1936.

$25.37. Amount due. $132.04. Supposed

owner. Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 223. 224. 283. 284. 317. 318. 319. 320.

321. 322. 323. 324. 325, 326. 327, Block 53.

Section G. on map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

Map #185. Assessed, Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation. Tax, 1936. $28.56.

Park District Tax. $8.27. Fire District

Tax. $0.50. Returned School Tax. 1936.

$10.58. Amount due, $61.87. Supposed

owner. Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley. Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 163. 164, Block 56. Section E, on

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under Map #185. Assessed.

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax.

| 1936. $10.18. Park District Tax. $2.94.

I Fire District Tax. $0.16. Returned School

Tax. 1936. $3.84. Amount due. $29.48.

Supposed owner. Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley. Put­

nam County. New York, known as Plots

Nos. 216. 217. 218. 219. 220. 221. 222. 223.

228. 229. 230. 240. 241. Block 57. Sec­

tion F. on map of lands of Lake Peeks-

kill Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Otlice under Map ^185.

\ Assessed. Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration. Tax. 1936. $19.89. Park Dis­

trict Tax. $5.72. Fire District Tax, $0.39.

J Returned School Tax, 1936. $7.49.

I Amount due. $46.66. Supposed owner,

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation.


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A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

1,11, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put-

am County, New York, known as Plots

OS. 32, S3, 34, 35, 36, 44, 45, 46. 47, 48,

65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, Block 59, Sec-

Ion D, on map of lands of Lake Peeks-

ill Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

ounty Clerk's T)fflce under Map #185.

Assessed, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpo­

ration. Tax. 1936, $18.36. Park District

Tax, $5.38. Fire District Tax, $0.36. Re­

turned School Tax, 1936, $6.97. Amount

jdue, $44.12. Supposed owner. Lake

'Peekskill Realty Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 23, 24, Block 1, Section A, on map

of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under Map #185. Assessed. Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax. 1937,

$3.92. Park District Tax, $0.90. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.08. Returned School Tax,

1937, $1.73. Amount due, $18.46. Sup­

posed owner, Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put-

. nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 14, 15,18, 19,* 20, Block 5, Section A.

on map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under Map #185.

Assessed, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpo-

owner, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55,

56, Block 47, Section D, on map of lands

of Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation

filed- in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under Map #185. Assessed, Lake Pecks-

kill Realty Corporation. Tax, 1937,

$11.76. Park District Tax, $2.76. Fire

District Tax, $0.24. Returned School Tax,

1937, $5.18. Amount due, $32.44. Sup­

posed owner, Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 1, 2, 3. 4, 5, 6. 7, 8. 9, 10, 11. 12. 13,

14. 15. 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22. 23. 24,

25, 26, 27, 28. 29, Block 48. Section D.

on map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under Map #185.

Assessed. Lake Peekskill Realty Corpo­

ration. Tax. 1937, $21.17. Park District

Tax, $4.93. Fire District Tax, $0.29. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $9.57. Amount

due, $49.26. Supposed owner. Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

ration. Tax, 1937, $12.25. Park District Nos, 3, 4, 5, Block 51, Section E. on map

Tax, $2.85. Fire District Tax, $0.25. Re- of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor-

turned School Tax, 1937, $5.36. Amount poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

due, $33.25. Supposed owner, Lake | Office under Map #185. Assessed. Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 41, 42. 43, 44. 45, 55, 56. 57. 58.

Block 7, Section B, on map of lands of

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

Map #185. Assessed, Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation. Tax, 1937, $19.60.

Park District Tax, $5.03. Fire District

Tax, $0.40. Returned School Tax, 1937.

$8.62. Amount due, $46.83. Supposed

owner, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 68, 69, Block 8, Section B, on map

of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under Map #185. Assessed, Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax, 1937,

$3.92. Park District Tax, $0.90. Fire Dis­

trict Tax. $0.08. Returned School Tax,

1937, $1.72. Amount due, $18.45. Sup­

posed owner, Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 32, 33, 34, 35. 36. 37, 38, 39, 40,

Block 12, Section 11. on map of lands of

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

Map #185. Assessed, Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation. Tax. 1937, $8.82.

Park District Tax, $2.07. Fire District

Tax, $0.18. Returned School Tax, 1937.

$3.89. Amount due, $27.21. Supposed

owner, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 24, 25, Block 15, Section B, on map

of lands of Lake Peeksill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under Map J?185. Assessed. Lake

Peekskill.Realty Corporation. Tax. 1937.

$4.90. Park District Tax. $1.14. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.10. Returned School Tax.

1937, $2.15. Amount due. $20.20. Sup­

posed owner, Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42. Block 16. Sec­

tion B, on map of lands of Lake Peeks-

kill Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under Map »185.

Assessed, Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration. Tax. 1937, $11.76. Park District

Tax. $2.70. Fire District Tax, $0.24. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $5.19. Amount

due, $32.38. Supposed owner, Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 47, 48. 49. Block 25. Section C. on

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under Map 37185. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax.

1937. $4.41. Park District Tax, $1.02. Fire

District Tax, $0.09. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $1.93. Amount due. $19.32.

Supposed owner. Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley. Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 7, 8, Block 29. Section C, on map

of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office Under Map #185. Assessed, Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax. 1937.

$3.92. Park District Tax. $0.90. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.08. Returned School Tax.

1937. $1.73. Amount due, $18.40. Sup­

posed owner, Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax, 1837,

$5.88. Park District Tax, $1.35. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.12. Returned School Tax,

1937, $2.60. Amount due. $21.95. Sup­

posed owner. Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos, 7, 8, 9. 91, 92, 93, Block 52. Sec­

tion E, on map of lands of Lake Peeks-

kill Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under Map #185.

Assessed, Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration. Tax. 1937. $11.76. Park District

Tax. $2.70. Fire District Tax, $0.24. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $5.18. Amount

due, $32.37. Supposed owner, Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation.

A tract of land situate at Lake Peeks-

kill, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. 11. 12. 374, 375,

376, 379, 387, 404, 405, ȣ of 413, 414,

415, 420, 421; 422, 429, 430. 449. 450. 451,

406. 467, 468, Block 53, Section E, on

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under Map #185. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax,

1937, $50.47. Park Distri