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VOL LXXI, No. 29 Brewster, Putnam County, N. Y., Thurs., Nov. 14, 1940 Established 71 Years $2.00 per year

New Numbering Plan

Aids Telephone Service

Central Offices in Southern Westches­

ter and Connecticut Will Use the

Wider Range of Direct Dialing Next

Year.

The first step in a telephone im­

provement program for southern

Westchester County will be taken next

June, according to an announcement

made today by Russell H. Hughes, vice

president and general manager of the

Bronx-Westchester Area of the New

York Telephone Company. At that

time the plan of numbering telephones

used in New York City and in certain

suburban sections will be extended to

apply to eleven central offles.

The central offices to which the new

designations, consisting of a central of­

fice name and numeral, will apply are:

Beverly, Bronxville, Larchmont, Hill-

crest, Oak wood. New Rochelle, Hamil­

ton, Pelham, Tuckahoe, Yonkers and

Napperhan.

K£SS. J oIb Xf Ackerman Sees m

To Freedom Of Press

Rochester, Nov. 12—Ralph Zechcr

son-of Mr. and Mrs. George C. Zechei

of Tonetta Road, has been chosen as

a member of the Glee Club at the

University of Rochester. He is one of

38 students chosen for membership

The Olee Club, opening its fiftieth

season, plans an extensive concer

season.

Mr. Zecher is a sophomore at the

university and holds a $1200 Oenesec

scholarship. He is a member of Delta

Upsilon, national social fraternity.

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Baptist Church Calls

Rev. Philip Anderson

Pcckskill Clergyman Will Succeed Rev.

Allan R. Moore and Serve Churches

In Brewster and Kent CliiTs.

Selection of the Rev. Philip P. Ander­

son, S. T. M., of Peeksklll, to fill the

Introduction of this plan in these J vacant pastorate of the Brewster

central offices, Mr. Hughes stated, is a .Baptist church, has been announced by

necessary step for the later provision tne congregation. He will succeed the

of dial service in twenty-four central lRev# M]BXi R> Moore, who resigned sev-

offices in southern Westchester andl^-ai weeks ago

Connecticut. These comprise all cen­

tral offices from the New York City

line up to and including those in Tar-

rytown, White Plains, and Greenwich,

Conn.

The new numbering plan will not be

introduced in the second group of

thirteen central offices, however, until

late in 1942 as no changes from manual

to dial service are scheduled for that

section until the fall of 1943.

"We believe the public will like the

new plan," Mr. Hughes stated. "It paves

the way for a type of telephone ser­

vice particularly suited to the needs

of this rapidly growing section. The

plan has the advantage of permitting

a fuller use of well-known city or vil­

lage names as central office designa­

tions, not only at the start of this

plan but also for additional central

offices as they are needed in the fu­

ture. Moreover, the use of a numeral

with the central office name will per­

mit a wider range of direct dialing on

local calls when the program is com­

pleted. While this plan Is simple and

easy for public use, its introduction re­

quires extensive preparations by the

telephone company."

A list of both the present and the

new designations Involved in the

changes next June follows:

(Present

Designations

Beverly

Bronxville

Larchmont

Hillcrest

Oakwood

New Rochelle

Hamilton

Pelham

Tuckahoe

Yonkers

Nepperhan

New Designations

(June, 1941)

BBverly 7

BRonxville 2

LArchmont 2

(MOunt Vernon 7

MOunt Vernon 8

NEw Rochelle 2

NBw Rochelle 6

PElham 8

TOckahoe 3

YOnkess 3

..-.., YOnkers 5

The new numbers will appear in the

regular section directories for these

central offices to be issued next June,

and also at that time in a special edi­

tion of the overall Westchester direct­

ory. The exact time that the revised

numbers are to be used in placing tel­

ephone calls will be announced later.

For the most part number revisions

will involve changes in designations

only, and many of these will consist

simply of the addition of a numeral to

the present central office name. For

example, a number like Tuckahoe 3134

will become TUckahoe 3-3134, and

Hamilton 0595 will become NEw Ro­

chelle 6-6695. When line numbers are

less than 1000, zeros will be prefixed

to give them the four digits required

for dialing purposes. For example, a

number such as Larchmont 88 will be­

come LArchmont 2-0088.

In a few central offices some changes

in line numbers will also be necessary.

Telephone representatives emphasize

that subscribers affected by such

changes, and also those to whose tele­

phone numbers zeros will be prefixed,

will be notified by letter well in ad­

vance of the time the change becomes

effective.

Under the new plan telephone users

in placing calls by voice will say, for

instance. "Pelham — eight (pause) —

three-one — eight-seven," instead of

"Pelham (pause) — three-one — eight-

seven." Calls from dial telephones will

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Columbia Journalism Dean Warns

Wage-Hour Act Is Weapon Toward

Control of the Press. Urges* Challenge

of Act.

Red Cross Roll Call

Continues to Nov. 30

The twenty-fourth annual Roll Call

of the American Red Cross started the

nation-wide campaign on November

llth and will continue to November

30th. In all of the communities

throughout Putnam County volunteer

workers are making a house-to-house

canvass in order to enroll every person

in this great and humanitarian cause.

3t U hardly necessary to stress the im­

perative need this year for a total Roll

Call. For more than twenty years the

major support of the Red Cross, both

the national organization and the

Chapters, has come through the enroll­

ment of members in the annual Roll

Call. Because community responsibili­

ty for membership should at this time

be assumed by the American people

themselves, there has been no assign­

ment ol effort-limiting quotas; how­

ever, let each person in Putnam County

join in this crusade and help our

Chapter to "go over the top." as we

did in the special War Relief Campaign

of last summer.

Application of the Wage and Hour

Act to newspapers endangers the free­

dom of the press and represents the

culmination of a "long series of moves

by the Federal Government to control

the press of this country," Dean Carl

W. Ackerman of the Columbia Uni­

versity Graduate School of Journalism

declared in his annual report to Dr.

Nicholas Murray Butler, president of

the university.

Warning that newspapers must

challenge every attempt to regulate the

wages and working hours of their em­

ployes or sacrifice the constitutional

rights of the press, Dean Ackerman

said:

"The independence of the press is

an essential corollary of the freedom

of the press. Only by maintaining its

economic ability to publish can a news­

paper exercise its constitutional right,

to be free. The liberty of a newspaper

to print the news and to express and

reflect public opinion in a democracy

must rest upon economic independence.

Those who now seek to establish an

economic level for the freedom of the

press will find in the end that they

have been instrumental in transform­

ing the institutional liberty of the press

into a totalitarian economic pattern.

Danger in Rulings Seen

"If the newspapers of the United

States concede that any administrator

in any governmental department has

the power to set the minimum wage

which a newspaper can pay any par­

ticular group of its employees, then

he can set any minimum he pleases,

even to the extent of making it utter­

ly impossible for a newspaper to have

any employes at all."

Dean Ackerman who challenged the

law's application to the press at the

wage and hour hearing in Washington

last July, warned further that the

service of the press would be impaired

seriously if the government applied the

mandatory overtime provisions of the

law to the daily newspaper publishing

business.

"In the case of many individual

newspapers," he said, "the application

of the mandatory overtime provisions

• • • would force the elimination of

various edition's now published; hi

others it would force a reduction in

the frequency of issues, and in still

others it would force suspension of

publication because of inability to

meet the increased financial burden."

Since the ','complex mechanism of

community life is wholly dependent

upon news and advertising,'.' Dean

Ackerman said, local business would

suffer in turn from the shrinkage of

newspaper revenue and the increase in

unemployment resulting from the ef­

fects of the act upon the newspapers.

No "Straitjacket" Possible

"By the very nature of the service

they render," he continued, "news­

papers cannot be put into a strait-

Jacket as to hours of employment. Like

a doctor, who keeps regular office

hours, day-in-and-day-out newspapers

have an established schedule for pub­

lication. But just as a doctor cannot

tell nature when it shall order the de­

livery of a new-born child, neither can

a newspaper order nature to adhere *


PAGE TWO THE BREWSTER STANDARD — ESTABLISHED 1869 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1940

Paroled

By G. M. SASSAMAN

(McClure Syndicate—WNU Service.)

"MO. 6780 leaned against his hay

•*• ^ rake to mop the sweat from his

wrinkled face. To the left, four

fields away, the stone towers of the

farm prison glinted in the rays of

a setting sun. A hundred yards to

the right a careless old guard, back

turned to the "con," leaned as if

asleep over the low wooden fence.

His rifle stood against a post beside

him.

They had come out to the outlying

field to finish raking up, No. 6780

and the guard. That is, old Bill

Morag to wield the rake and Tim

O'Dowd the rifle.

It had always been that way with

Bill Morag—always someone standing

guard.

Years of harsh discipline had

tamed Morag—years in which he

had struggled vainly against the

shackles society imposes upon its

incorrigibles. Age creeping stealthily

upon him, had taught him the

wisdom of penal obedience.

On the prison farm things hadn't

been so bad, and the guards treated

prisoners like human beings.

He had only two more years to go,

had Morag—unless he received a

parole. Parole? His past infractions

had forever doomed the hope

of leniency. He'd have to pay up in

full.

At any rate, the prison farm was

the best thing yet.

No. 6780 put his handkerchief back

in his pocket and looked off across

the fields.

The convict couldn't help thinking

how easy it would be to drop his

rake and run. A glance toward

O'Dowd showed the old guard still

leaning over the fence—like a seasick

steamship passenger bending

over the lee rail.

He might get clear across the adjoining

field before the gray-haired

Irishman turned around. He'd be

almost out of range then, and

maybe he'd reach the highway.

Morag wasn't really considering

these things seriously. He was

only toying with thoughts, as a bank

clerk surrounded with stacks of

money might toy with the thought

of grabbing them up and making

for the street. The convict, many

times in the past, could have overpowered

the guard and escaped.

Morag tried to resume his raking,

but the clean smell of the hay

seemed a challenge, inarticulate yet

disturbing.

The rake handle dropped unheeded

from his hands. With fingers

convulsing at his sides, Morag

moved slowly toward the unconscious

guard, slowly, as if the awf illness

of his intent were like a ball

and chain dragging against the forward

thrust of his feet.

There was no furtiveness in the

convict's advance. The dry brown

grass stubbles swished peevishly

against his heavy shoes as the swing

of his legs bent them forward and

down.

O'Dowd did not turn around at

his approach. Without a glance at

the aged guard, Morag made

straight for the post against which

the heavy rifle leaned. He picked

up the weapon, hefted it in his

hands a moment, then let the

stock drop to the ground. For another

moment he stood swaying

upon his feet, indecision mirrored

in every line of his drooping figure,

an agony of yearning wilfulness in

his eyes.

His next act seemed charged i

with haste, as if his muscles had j

responded to some other command i

than an impulse of the will. For,

with a suddenness that seemed to

spring from no volition of the mind,

he thrust the rifle's muzzle to his

own head . . . and his thumb pushed

back the trigger.

• • •

Warden Bainey leaned back in his

chair and looked at the convict, who

stood uneasily at the edge of the

desk.

"And you saw old O'Dowd was

dead when you went to take a cartridge

out o' his belt?" he prompted.

"You thought it was heat prostration—but

it was his heart, and he'd

been dead for hours."

The other tried to interrupt, but

the warden barged on. "Don't tell

me!" he snorted. "I knew about

his heart just as well's I knew he

always carried his gun empty. And

then when you saw he was dead

you knew it was useless to fire a

signal."

He rose suddenly and placed an

arm coaxingly around the convict's

shoulders. "Old timer," he said,

and there was a curious pleading

in the warden's voice, "this is more

than just a job to me. It's a purpose—this

place where I'm trying

to build whole men out o' wreckage."

His eyes strayed through the window

to the town outside where two

men, one in uniform and the other

in prisoner's garb, were grinning at

each other over a bed of larkspur.

"You could have smashed in one

stroke all it took me years to build

up, if you'd lammed out or—or—

quit. I can get you a parole now,

but 1 need you here. I wish you'd

stick around."

Some of the frustration and defeat

went out of old Bill Morag,

and his sagging shoulders, even under

the burden of the warden's arm,

tevmed to rise perceptibly.

"I'll—suck—around," he said.

New Numbering Plan

Aids Telephone Service

(Continued from Page 1)

be made by dialing the first two letters

of the central office name, the office

numeral, and then the four digits

of the line number. Thus MOunt

Vernon 8-7204 will be dialed M-O-8-7-

2-0-4.

The Oakwood central office in Mount

Vernon is at present the only dial central

office in southern Westchester. It

will be converted for use under the

new plan at the time the plan is put

into effect next June, so that Oakwood

subscribers will then dlaJ the new way.

"The new numbering plan is being

introduced next June, nine months before

the first additional dial central

office will be placed in service, to allow

telephone users to become thoroughly

familiar with the new designations

in advance of their use of dial

service," Mr. Hughes stated.

Announcements of the new plan will

be included with the next bills sent to

subscribers served by the eleven central

offices, and additional detailed information

will be sent to these subscribers

well in advance of the actual

use of the new plan. The telephone

company suggests that, meanwhile,

those hi the eleven central offices affected

next June who use the telephone

numbers on stationery and other

printed matter may find it advantageous

not to order a supply greater than

needed between now and next June.

The change from manual to di3l

service will be made first In the cities

of Mount Vernon, Yonkers and New

Rochelle, iand in those communities

served from them, over a period of

about two years. Its introduction in

the other communities will follow. The

entire program will take a number of

years. The first additional dial central

offices will be placed in service In

March, 1942, In Mount Vernon to serve

the present Hillcrest and Beverly telephones.

Mr. Hughes said in reviewing telephone

growth: "During the last

twenty years the number of telephones

served by central offices In southern

Westchester has more than tripled.

There were only 46,000 telephones served

by these offices in 1920. There are

about 140,000 today. Rven during the

last ten years, which include the depression

period, there has been an increase

of more than 16,000 telephones,

or more than 12 per cent."

The protection of the interests of

the employees, Mr. Hughes stated, is

always a major consideration of the

company, and the dial program has

been planfted so as to avoid laying off

any of the regular employees because

of the change to dial operation.

"Many operators are needed after

the change to handle out-of-town

calls, information and other types of

calls," he said further. "For a time

prior to changing a central office to

dial, replacements of operators leaving

the company are met by engaging

people on a temporary basis with the

understanding that their employment

Bottle Travels 200 Miles

On Hazardous Waterway

COLUMBUS, MONT—Paul Rouane,

Columbus youth, found a bottle

in the Yellowstone river containing

a note which indicated that it had

been dropped in Yellowstone lake in

1930.

The distance by automobile road

from Columbus to Yellowstone lake

is about 200 miles. But distance

was not the only obstacle the bottle

overcame. It went over both Upper

and Lower Yellowstone falls

through the Grand Canyon of the

Yellowstone and Yankee Jim canyon

before reaching Columbus.

Sound Movie Prepared

For Pulpit Emergency

HOPEDALE, MASS.—The Rev. J.

Harris Tegarden, pastor of the Hopedale

Unitarian church, has an ace

in the hole in case he is forced to

forego his regular Sunday sermon.

In his spare time, the Rev. Tegarden

has prepared an 800-foot sound

movie titled "Getting the Most Out

of Your Life," which will run about

20 minutes and which can be run

during the regular service.

Man Marries Daughter

Of Former Sweetheart

HAYS, KAN.—Parental objection

prevented Ignatz Lang, 71, a native

of Rumania, from marrying the

woman he loved; so he married another

and came to the United States.

Now, 40 years later, he is married

again—to the daughter of the woman

whose parents turned him down.

He met the daughter of his old

sweetheart and they were married.

The second Mrs. Lang is 25 years

younger than her husband.

Couple on Honeymoon

Study Haiti Voodoo

WORCESTER, MASS.—A high

school mathematics teacher and

his bride are combining their

honeymoon with an expedition to

Haiti for the Worcester Natural

Historic society.

Of particular interest to John

W. Greene and his wife, the former

Norma B. Harris, who were

married here recently, is the voodoo

dances and customs of the

natives.

some operating employees to other offices

and departments. As a result of

these arrangements it is expected that

the change to dial operation will not

affect our ability to provide work for

will continue only until the change Is our present regular employees and, in

made. It is also planned to transfe:' 'due course, to add to these forces."

REDUCED RATES ALL DAY ON

LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE CALLS

On Thanksgiving Day, November 21st, Long Distance

J telephone rates will be reduced all day on calls from

fee New York State to any point within the United States.

These reductions apply on calls on which the station-to-station

day rate is 4o£ or more.

On November 28th, you can enjoy these same reductions to

any state that is celebrating Thanksgiving on that day.

If you can't be with the folks back home on one of the

Thanksgiving days, be sure to talk to them by telephone.

New York Telephone Company.

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TYPICAL REDUCED RATES FROM

BREWSTER

Albany. N'- %• •'

lioliiiuon . Md.

Bo stun. Ma**- •

Buffalo. N. V. •

Burlington. Vt.

Hartford. Coun.

.si

Philadelphia. ?*•

Portland, Me.

Provideuoe» *• & '

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1940 THE BREWSTER STANDARD — ESTABLISHED 1869 PAGE THREE

Brewster Mahopac

RE—(Pappas Dalbo

RT—OIHara Von Gils

RO—iBurdick Irwin

C—Truran Maffey

LG—(Brady George

LT—(Purco Harkins

LB—Enright Currey

QB—Tranquilli Hunt

HB—Scolpino Allan

HI J—Carlo Donelli

SIB—Santorelli Lazarus

Brewster substitutes: Turnrose, Penny,

Beal, Carollo, Pinckney, Durgie, Lee,

Piazza, sot tile, Swenson, Lotrecchaino,

Ross, Brennan, Palmer.

Touchdowns: Carlo, Tranquilli, Santorelli

(2).

Extra points: Enright, Brennan.

Score by quarters:

Brewster 0 12 7 7—26

Mahopac 0 0 0 0— 0

Referee: Ross (Cortland Teachers)

Linesman: Poote (Cortland Teachers)

Umpire: Comstock (St. Mary's)

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1940 Schedule for

Open Hunting Season

On the opening day for upland game,

hunting is prohibited before 12 noon,

must cease at 5 p. m. On subsequent

days, hunting is permitted from 7 a.

m. to 5 p. m. Tills applies to squirrel,

grouse, rabbits, quail and pheasant.

Squirrel—Oct. 21 to Nov. 18 inclusive.

Grouse—Oct. 21 to Nov. 18 inclusive.

Rabbits—Oct. 21 to Jan. 31 inclusive.

Quail—Nov. 1 to Nov. 15 inclusive.

Males Only — No Sunday Hunting

Deer—No Open Season.

Ducks—Oct. 16 to Dec. 4 Inclusive.

Duck hunting permitted from sunrise

to 4 p. m. Duck stamp required.

Perkins Bull Wins

National Recognition

Peterborough, N. H- — A Put nan.

County Guernsey breeder. George W.

Perkins of Cold Spring. N. Y. has Just

won national recognition on a pure

bred Guernsey bull, Rockingham Royal

Satellite 217628.

This bull, having six daughters which

have made creditable official records,

has been entered in the Advanced

Register of The American Guernsey

Cattle Club. Rockingham Royal Satellite

217028 will be known hereafter as

an Advanced Register sire. Only

fQkutraseyc which meet high production

requirements are eligible for entry.

The six daughters which have completed

official records are Glynwood's

Betony 567073. Glynwood's Yellow

Clover 56653d. Gtlynwood's Silver-rod

668836. Glynwoodfc Viola 572657. Glyn­

wood's' Yellow Lady's Slipper 598136

and Among Glynwood's' the earl Clintonia entries from Borealis New

604608. York for the 194 International live-

stock show at Chi jo, starting November

30, are a flock , >f purebred Shrop-

shire sheep owned by Iroquois farm

of Cooperstown.

To aid in planning balanced meals,

canned foods may be grouped on the

shelves according to their food value,

as tomatoes, leafy and green vegetables,

starchy vegetables, fruits, sweets, protein

food, and relishes.

v-

Mr. Steve Elsasser. o ••

The potato is an important contribution

of the New World to the human

food supply. It helps to protect from

deficiency diseases. O "

The cost of equipment and fuel for

home canning, figured over a period of

years, is about five or six cents a container,

a study indicates.

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The car buyer who picked out a

model at the old Madison Square Garden

in November of 1900 paid six times

as much per pound as today's motorist,

whose car cost about 26 cents a

pound, or less per pound than butter

out of a tub.

Brewster Auto Body Works

214 EAST MAIN

Tel. 972 Night 2279

Auto Painting

and Welding

The Only Bear Straightening

Machine In This Vicinity

Let Us Stop That Shimmy

by Factory Trained Mechanics

Post Your Property

Before Shooting Starts

Waterproof Signs

WARNING TRESPASSERS

May be obtained at

The Brewster Standard

TELEPHONE BREWSTER 400

Text of the Willkie Address

Urging 'Loyal Opposition'

touched. They come from all parts of has just begun. I shall advocate them

.'. Sports of the Week .'.

our country and from all kinds of in the future as ardently and as con-

people. The come from Catholics and fidenly as I have in the past. As Wood-

Protestants, Jews and Christians, colrow Wilson once said: "I would rather

ored people and white people. They lose in a cause that I know some day

come from workers and fanners and will triumph than triumph in a cause

clerks and businessmen—men and wo that I know some day will fail."

men of all the occupations that make Whatever I may undertake in the

Bears Down Mahopac Bears Meet Carmel For New Athletic Group

up our America lift.

coming years, . I shall be working

Continuing Organization Approved

26 to 0 on Saturday Putnam County Title Bids for Support

shoulder to shoulder with you for the

All of these letters and telegrams defense of our free way of life, for the

(Continued on Page 3)

almost without exception, urge that better understanding of our economic

The Brewster Bears got back into The Putnam County Conference The montfily luncheon-meeting oi inevitably mean the loss of our social Ssiys Administration Must Act the cause that we have been fighting system and for the development of

their winning ways last Saturday gridiron title will be at stake next Sat­ the recently organized Putnam Countj gains, the destruction of our savings National unity can only be achieved for be carried on.

that new America whose vision lies

morning when they scored a 26-0 triurday afternoon when those two tra­ Athletic Association was held at the the ruin of every little property owner, by recognizing and giving serious In your enthusiasm for our cause within every one of us.

umph over Mahopac in a Putnam ditional rivals, Brewster and Carmel, Lakeside Inn, Carmel, N. Y. on Sun­ and the creation of vast unemployment weight to the viewpoint of the opposi­ you founded thousands of organiza­

County Conference game on the Ma­ will meet on the Carmel field in the day afternoon, November 10th, 1940

Meanwhile, let us ne proud and hap­

and hardships. It would mean, finally tion. Such a policy can come only from tions. They are your own organizahopac

gridiron.

fifth annual game between those two The agenda for the day Included a repy

in the fight that we have made. We

the rise of dictatorship. Those have the administration itself. It will be tions, financed by you and directed by

The game was originally booked for schools.

view of the proposed inter-community

l have brought our cause to the attention

been the results of financial collapse from the suppression of the opposition you. It is appropriate for you to con

Saturday afternoon but was changed This game is the season's finale for athletic program for 19411, and the

of the world.

In every country In the history of the that discord and disunity will arise tinue them if you feel so Inclined,

to 10 a. m. at the request of the Ma­ both teams and is fast becoming one election of officers for the coming world. The only way that we can The administration has the ultimate hope you do continue them.

Millions have welcomed it. As time

hopac authorities. The early morning of those traditional battles that at­ year.

avoid them is to remain sound and power to force us apart or to bind us

air evidently agreed with the Green tracts interest throughout the County, Mr. Philip J. Burns of Lake Carmel

It is not, however, appropriate to

' goes on millions more will find in it

solvent.

together.

Bears for they cashed in on four of land is used as a measure by both who has been active in County athletic*

continue these organizations in my the hope that they are looking for. We

1 It Is not incumbent upon any Amer­ And now a word about the most im­

their six drives down the field and | schools in determining whether they for the past ten years and who has

name. I do not want this great cause to can go on from here with the words of

ican to remain silent concerning such portant immediate task that confronts

gained 210 yards on the running at­ have had a successful season. been serving as temporary Chairman

be weakened by even a semblance of Abraham Lincoln in our hearts:

a danger. I shall not be silent and I us. On this, all Americans are of one

tack while the Lakesiders made but The Bears hold an edge of one game of the Association, was unanimously

any personal advantage to any indi­ "With malice toward none, with

hope you will not be. This is one of purpose. There is no disagreement

24 and lost 22 of it back for a net gain over the Carmelians in the series and elected President. In accepting the ofvidual.

I feel too deeply about it foi charity for all, with firmness In the

your functions as a minority. But in among Us about the defense of Amer­

of 2 yards. The Bears were superior, in have outscored them 91 points against fice Mr. Burns expressed the hope that

that; 1044 will take care of itself. It right as God gives us to see the right

fulfilling our duties as an opposition ica. We stand united behind the de­

the air too, gaining 76 yards via passes 33 in the past years as shown in the the Association will help materially t<

Is of the very essence of my belief I let us finish the work we are in, to

party we must be careful to he confense program. But here particularly

while Mahopac tallied 21.

complete records:

advance athletes of the County from

that democracy is fruitful of leader­ bind up the nation's wounds. . . to do

structive. We must help to show the as a minority party, our role is an im­

Coach Geesman uncovered a new 15)35—Brewster 38 Carmel 0 local competition to State and Naship.

all which may achieve and cherish a

way.

portant one. It is to be constantly

star in John "Butch" 8*ntorelU who

tional championships.

has been knocking at the door of star­ 1987—Brewster 7 Carmel 27

Thus, In order to counteract the watchful to see that America is ef­ I want to see all of us dedicate our just and lasting peace among ourselves

Well known in swimming circles threat of inflation and to correct some fectively safeguarded and that the vast

selves to the principles for which «e and with all nations."

dom all season but really seemed lo 1938—(Brewster 6 Carrnel 6 having acted as Clerk-of-Course foi of our economic errors, we can offer expenditure of funds which we have, fought. My fight for those principles Good night. And God bless every

find himself in thi£ game. Santorelli 1939—^Brewster 40 Carmel 0 many Putnam County swimming meets

one of you.

five steps for our government 'to take voted for that purpose is not wasted.

personally scored two touchdowns and This season the teams should be very and equally well known for offlcijgAng immediately.

And in so far as I have the privilege

ripped the Mahopac line to shreds with evenly matched and in the six games at Westchester and Putnam Golf PIve Steps Proposed to speak to you, I express once morei

his pile driving methods.

played during the past campaign Car­ Tournaments, Mr. Victor Bena wai

The Bears were on the offensive mel has scored two more touchdowns elected 1st Vice President. Mr. Paul First, all Federal expenditures except the hope that we help to maintain the I Enjoy Delicious Home Cooking

practically the whole game. After tak­ than the Bears but in turn have had Rhodes, playground director at Lake those for national defense and neces­ rim of freedom in Britain and elseing

the opening kick off they put on a two more touchdowns scored on them Mahopac, was elected 2nd Vice Presisary relief ought to be cut to the bone where by supplying those defenders At Moderate Prices

sustained march of 63 yards that was than the Green clad Brewster eleven. dent. Mr. James L. Ward, Chairman of

Work relief, obviously, has to be main­ with materials and equipment. This

halted on the eight yard line. Maho­ The two teams complete record to! the Sports Committee of the Lake Se« tained, but every effort should be made should be done to the limit of our.

pac punted out of danger but the date is:

cor County Tax Association was elect­

to substitute for relief productive Jobs ability but with due regard to our own In the Quiet Atmosphere of Our

Bears took over again and drove down Carmel 13 Oakwood Prep 7 ed Secretary, and Mr. Joseph Schlro Second, the building of new plants defense.

the field for 60 yards that was ended Carmel 0 Groenburgh 7

also of Lake Secor, was elected Treas­ and new machinery for the defense On this point, I can say without Newly Decorated Dining Room

when Santorelli went over from the

urer. Mr. William Madden of Kent program should be accomplished as far boast, that never in the history of

two yard mark. After the next kick Carmel 26 Mahopac 7 who has been active in County athletic* as possible by private capital. There American Presidential campaigns has

Up One Flight

off and an exchange of punts, the Carmel 25 Brlarcliff 0 for a number of years, was elected tc should be no nationalizing under the a candidate gone further than I did

Bears again went on the march for Carmel 0 Croton-JHarmon — 25 the office of Financial Secretary. guise of defense of any American in­ in attempting to create a united front THE SOUTHEAST HOUSE

48 yards with George Carlo going the Carmel 7 Haldane 0

dustry with a consequent outlay of

final six with a drive through tackle.

71 46 An interesting and timely report on

•However, I believe that our aid

Federal funds.

the winter sports facilities prodded a1

should be given by constitutional meth­

Tel. Brewster 930

Taking full advantage of a short Brewster 0 Leake & Watts 0 Pahnestock Memorial Park syas given

Third, taxes should be levied so as ods and with the approval, accord and

Mahopac punt early in the second half, Brewster 12 Alex. Hamilton .... 7 by Mrs. Ethel Kolpln, who stated that

to approach as nearly as possible the ratification of Congress. Only thus can

the Green Warriors went 38 yards for Brewster 12 Haldane 6 a new ski run would be opened at the

pay-as-you-go plan. Obviously, we can the people determine from time to time

their third score. Lindy Tranqullli Brewster 7 Croton-Harmon ... 12 Park this year. She urged the repre­

not hope to pay for all the defense the course they wish to take and the

covering the last nine on a quartersentatives

present to advertise in theii

program as we go. But we must do our hazards they wish to run

back sneak play and then passed to Brewster 0 Mt. Kisco 6 local communities, and, also, in the

best. That is part of the sacrifice that Mr. Roosevelt and I both promised

Larry Enright for the point.

Brewster 26 Mahopac 0 Metropolitan district the facilities of­

we must make.

the people in the course of the cam­

At this point, the second stringers

57 31 fered at Pahnestock Memorial Park a;

Fifth, and finally, our governmen paign that If we were elected we would

took over and immediately put on a As in all traditional games, previous one of the winter attractions of Put­

must change its punitive attitude to keep this country out of war unless at­

drive of their own but the attack stall­ performances mean little when these nam County.

ward both little and big business men tacked. Mr. Roosevelt was re-elected

Regulations there must be—^we of the and this solemn pledge for him I know

ed inside the five. Mahopac punted out two teams clash. Carmel will hold a Mr. Andrew Natale of Hill & Dale opposition have consistently recom­ will be fulfilled, and 1 know the Amer­

and the Bears came back with another distinct edge in weight and experience suggested several means of raising mended that. But the day of witch ican people desire him to keep 11

53 yard march that couldn't be stopped over the light weight Bears but Coach funds for the purpose of purchasing j hunting is over.

sacred.

until Santorelli bucked across from the Geesman's boys will try to make up trophies and medals to be donated tc

three yard line. Tommy Lotrecchaino for this deficiency with a red hot pass­ boys and girls of both public and pri­

If this administration has the unity Since Nov. 5 X have received thou­

passed to Kenny Brennan for the extra ing attack. The Bears will have four vate elementary and high schools ol

I of America really at heart it must con sands and thousands of letters—tens

point.

capable flingers available in Lindy the County who attain certain stand­

slder without prejudice and with an [of thousands of them. I have person­

Twenty-five Brewster players saw Tranquilli, George Carlo. Tommy Lotards of ability in various track and

open mind such recommendations of ally read a great portion of these

action and all acquitted themselves recchaino and Bob Scolpino and three field events.

the opposition.

communications. I am profoundly

well. The Bears tangle with Carmcl better than average receivers in Larry The encouragement of physical pre­

next Saturday in the season's finale Enright, George Carlo and Ted Turnparedness as a patriotic duty was in­

and upon this game hinges the Putnafi rose. Too, Brewster will have Henry terestingly discussed by Mr. J. Rolland

County championship.

Burdlck, the best lineman ever devel­ Jones and Mr. George Gross. The lat­

Oh, John, Isn't this a cute Idea—coal with red

oped in Putnam County, ready for

Statistics of the Brewster-Mahopac

ter offered his services to the Associa­

heavy duty and he practically covers

PHONE

game follow:

tion as Physcial Director for a program

spots I It'll fust match my new basement curtains I

one side of the line all by himself.

Brewster Mahopac

of mass calisthenics to be inaugurated EM

The kick off is scheduled for two in the Spring of 1941.

8 Hrst downs 1 I o'clock, and in case of real bad weather,

OIL.

Well, of course, that Isn't exactly the reason for those RED

The following were appointed to a

210 Yards gained rushing 24 the game will be postponed to Thanks­

trademark spots on Famous Reading Anthracite. They are put

Committee for the drafting of By-ILawj

18 Yards lost rushing 22 giving morning.

for the Association:

there as a dependable buying guide for thrifty coal users.

10 Passes attempted 11

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Mrs. Florence Bena, Mrs. Catherine

Those red spots say to you: "Here's the low ash hard coal—

5 Passes completed 3 One way to remove chewing gum Burns, Mrs. Johanna C. Burns, Mr

from clothing is to rub the spot with and Mrs. Adrian Demo, Mr. Joseph P

laundered to free it of impurities. Here's money in your pocket

76 Yards gained passing 21 ice until the gum rolls into a ball, and Gaul, Mr. Edward Kolpln, Mr. Charles

from long-burning, non-clinkering coal ^ f^H HAft*

4 Passes incomplete 7 then scrape it off.

Kunzelman, also Mrs. Frances Mad­

1 Passes intercepted 1

In New York state last winter 75,006

den, Mr. Matty Marone, Mr. and Mrs

Inyourfurnace

1 Number of punts 4 colonies of bees died. Loss of the honey

George Rebsamen, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph

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30 Yards gained on punts 96 icrop and replacement of the bees cost

Schaller, Mrs. Joseph Schiro, Mrs

For

5 Yards lost on penalties 0 I the beekeepers not less than $500,006

James Ward, Mr. James Zappalo and

The line-up was as follows: lit is reported.

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B. W. ADDIS ESTATE. Publisher MARJORIE L. ADDIS, Editor

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

Entered at the Post Office at Brewster as Second Class Mall .

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

IT'S ALWAYS THANKSGIVING TIME

Everybody, who knows the many things that happen in a printing

plant, realizes the short-comings of newspapers are the rule. Errors

of omission are among those frequently noted. We give thanks daity

to readers whose contributions to this newspaper serve the people.

The New York World-Telegram editorial. "Simpson to Congress,"

delivered by an unseen hand, appears a week late. It was not

forgotten. It is a pleasure to be reminded of the recognition of Mr.

Simpson's unusual talents are receiving from people of all walks of

life. We are fortunate to work and play with a fair sample of voters

of the 17th District, and we rejoice with them in the success of their

efforts for years past to give the people the benefit of Mr. Simpson's

services. Bruce Barton is among those who express thanks for loyal

and generous friends. His sentiments are in harmony with Mr.'Willkic's

and with those of the people who will work with the "loyal

opposition."

Mrs.

Mrs. Philip F. Real

Nellie W. Beal. -wife of Philip

P. Beal, senior member of P. F. Beal

Arthur Hays Sulzberger, publisher oi

"The New York Times," said In a

luncheon club address Tuesday at

Chattanoga, that "this country stands

upon the brink of danger" and that

"we must be a united people to meet

it."

"The political campaign is over," he

said. "Each side has had its chance

and now both sides accept the verdict.

There is no place for recrimination."

Answering critics of the press, Mr.

Sulzberger said "the sneerers sneer

that the press has lost its influence be-

! cause the electorate did not follow editorial

opinion most of the newspapers

: expressed.

"The sneerers fail to realize that it,

was the news which these same news­

papers published day after day thai

'made it possible for the electorate to

'form Its own opinion and come to a

'different conclusion from that which

| the papers had reached. So long as that

is possible we are safe."

CHRISTMAS IS COMING

If you plan some of your program

early, you will have more time to play

with the children, Dec. 25.

Obituary

Republican Center Shifts

(Continued from Page 1)

Gallup Actual

Survey Election

Rev. Robert N. Turner % p^ % p^ vetfi-

Rev. Robert N. Turner, late Rector of Roosevelt Roosevelt tlon

.______^__ THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1940

St. James' Church, North Salem and Kansas 43% 43%

and Sons, and trustee of the Village 1st. Luke's Church, Somers, died Mon- Louisiana 86

MENTAL AND EMOTIONAL LAG?

of Brewster and Brewster school, died!day, Nov. 11th, 1940, at Bristol, Rhode Maryland 59

suddenly, Saturday evening, November. Island. New Jersey 52

Last night The Sun warned the Club people, to be reorganized 9, 1940. at her home, 4 Putnam Ave- Funeral services were held in Bristol Wyoming 53

by Orcn Root, Jr. for continuing the fight to make effective the prin­ nue, was In Brewster, her 73rd N. year, Y. suffered Mrs. Beal, a heart wh^'at Luke's noon Church, Wednesday; Somers, Requiem 9:15 a. m., at St. on Alabama Connecticut 86 53

I attack. Th^^ngafs of her death was a the same day. | Minnesota 51

ciples held by Wendell Willkic. that they might suffer a mental and i great shock toher friends and friends

Oregon 54

emotional lag. The defeatist taint, being conspicuous everywhere. The [of the members of her family who are

i prominent in the business and social

Clarence W. Cady iSouth Dakota .... 41

Sun should get additional letters for publication, especially from the i life of the Harlom Valley and ad- Clarence W. Cady, 65, formerly ol Arkansas 82

bandwagon folk and the strange bedfellow folk who for one reason Jjacent Connecticut/

Towners, N. Y., died Wednesday Delaware 56

or another shun individual responsibility.

*?*' S°!i' *;

November 13, 1940 at the home of n1> Florida 72

Fortunately the minority party has plenty of mental and

emotional virile members. Wendell Willkic is outstanding among

them: but he must realize, as clearly as many of his obscure like- principled

followers, that he does not stand alone. The ability for clear

thinking and action and the gifts of mental and emotional vigor can

be observed in many men; and responsible individuals will acknowledge

their obligation to the forthright and loyal men who serve the

people without public recognition.

Today some of the slower thinking and acting state openly they

regret they did not work earlier and harder during the campaign. They

see the importance of continuing to work along the principles of the

"crusade" right at home, in hamlet, town, county and state, right

under the eyes of neighbors where their handicaps are heaviest.

No one in Brewster is happy about the Willkie majority, at 9:30

after the polls closed a few declared they knew what the result would

be. But those few were not downcast, they were not downcast before

they met Mr. Willkie and they can not be unless an art of God

shatters their mental and emotional vigor. They will continue on the

road of sacrifice and service as far as their strength permits, heads up.

ne , d r^ u e nter of a. C. and j soni Everett W. Cady, Hewlett. L. I. Georgia 87

Mary Gerard Wilcox, was born in

Mr. Cady, a graduate of Harvard. Massachusetts ... 51

Oberlin, Ohio, February 20, 1868. She

was a graduate of Oberlin College and

was for many years connected with Oklahoma 56

a member of the Oberlin Club of New the Pierce Arrow Automobile Company Michigan 48

York City. Li Brewster she was active and recently had been In the bond Mississippi 94

in the Methodist Church and its business. For eighteen years he and Nebraska 41

societies, the Eastern Star, Women's his family lived at their home in North Dakota .... 46

! Christian Temperance Union, and Towners, on the property formerly of South Carolina .. 97

American Legion Auxilalry. Her home John Merrick. Mrs. Cadv and two sons. Texns 79

and the interests of her immediate Everett W. and Allen Cady survive. Virginia 70

family received her devoted attention Funeral services will be held at 3 Washington 57

at all times. Her hospitality gave

pleasure to her friends and to

o'clock tomorrow at Towners Four West Virginia — 59

the friends of her children and grand­ Corners Church. California 56

children. Many loyal friends Join her

| Colorado 45

family in tribute to her memory. She Mrs. Margaret E. Morgan Illinois 48

was an understanding friend.

The many friends of Mrs. Margare: Missouri 49

E..Morgan, widow of Eugene Morgan. MnntBriq .... ' 57 53

She is survived by ner husband, which will be occurred grieved to at learn her home, of her 98 death Gar- New Mexico York .49

I Philip F. Beal, two daughters, Aileen, field Avenue, Danbury, Conn., unex- 0, jo * 49

! wife of Edmund G. Hawley, of Danbury, pectedly, Tuesday, November 12, 1940. »hodp'island 54

,Conn., Helen, wife of Donald E. Oot- Mrs. Morgan was in her usual health Vermont "" 42

house. of Croton Falls, N. Y., three Monday and was about all day. About wiemncin 4«

sons. Dr. (M. Clay Beal. of Poughkeep- 5 o'clock, she had an attack of lndi- AVizona 61

sie. N. Y., W. Ross Beal and Philip F. gestion, and after home remedies were jndiana 45

!Beal, Jr.. of Brewster, also by eleven administered, she was apparently well rrpntnrw RI

i grandchildren, Barbara and Donald again. At 10:30 she was stricken again Nevada 56

Beal, of Poughkeepsie, Edmund G. and medical aid was summoned. She « mmnshire 49

J Hawley, Jr., of Danbury. and Norma

HfiFlJ&flS

Jane. Joan, Dolores, W. Ross. Jr..

SIMPSON TO CONGRESS

I Malcolm and Philip F. Beal, D3 of

Tdaho 49

i Brewster, and Jacqueline and Donna,

Maine 43

Kenneth F. Simpson's election as Representative from the 17th I of Croton Falls.

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Congressional District. Manhattan, will be heartily welcomed not only Funeral services were held ^t the

IBeal home at two o'clock Monday af-

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by Republicans but also by a host of independent voters who have iternoon. The Rev. Frederick A. Colclong

applauded Mr. Simpson's efforts to liberalize his party's leader­ ' man, rector of St. Andrew's Episcopal

i Church, officiated. Burial was in the

ship and who appreciate the value of the contribution he can make ! family plot in Milltown Rural Ceme-

to a more than ever needed stalwart opposition in Congress.

jtery.

The honorary pall bearers were

In Mr. Simpson's success, however, will not be forgotten the fine Edward D. Stannard, Doane C. Corn-

sacrifice made by Bruce Barton who gave up this very seat in the stock, Harry G. Buck, Dr. E. R. Richie.

Henry H. Wells, John E. Pugsley and

House to aid the Willkie ticket by running for Senator—and whose Charles E. Makenny.

defeat yesterday is one of the major disappointments for the many^

who enthusiastically supported him.

Sulzberger Says Press

Mr. Barton and Mr. Simpson brought to the Willkie campaign

an energy and impetus worthy of the leader whose own unfailing vigor Still Serves Public

and impressiveness as a campaigner have set a new mark in the nation's

political annals.

Mr. Simpson goes to Congress as the successor of Representative

Barton in views and in purpose, also as the exponent and promoter

of the now well understood and not to be lost sight of Willkie aims.

Congressmen like Mr. Simpson should prove godsends.—The

New York World-Telegram.

1, DCath W3S dUC t0 a Noith cSroltaa .'. 72

heart condition. ; Pennsylvania .. 49

Mrs. Morgan was born in New York l£""? " * «I

City, daughter of the late John and J

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Brewster, N. Y., when young, and re- Tjtah

sided there for several years.

After her marriage to Mr. Morgan, u. S. A.

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she resided in Ridgebury for 22 years.

In 1918 she became a resident of Danbury,

where she since resided. Mrs.

Morgan was held in the highest esteem

by a large circle of friends. She was

devoted to home and family, where her

loss will be keenly felt. She was a

faithful attendant at St. Peter's

Church, and a member of the Council

of Catholic Women. Mr. Morgan died

November 7, 1934.

Surviving her are the following

children, Miss Madeline Morgan, Patrolman

James L. Morgan, Miss Anna

Morgan, all of Danbury; Miss Eugenia

Morgan, student nurse at St. Francis'

hospital, Hartford; one sister. Mrs. Mary 12, 16, 20 Gauge Guns

Gallagher of Brewster, N. Y., also survives.

Shells Furnished

The funeral was held from the late

home, 98 Garfield Avenue, Danbury,

this morning at 8:15 and at St. Peter's

church at 9 o'clock. Interment in the

family plot in St. Peter's Cemetery.

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PURDYS. N. Y. B. H. GREY. Prop.

Church School at ten o'clock. Morn- i

ing Service at eleven. There will be no

evening service on Nov. 17.

The theme for the morning sermon i

will be, "The Goodness of God."

Junior Choir on Tuesday after

school.

Young People's meeting on Tuesday

evening.

The membership class meeting on.

Wednesday after school.

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Uncle Ab says that sarcasm is trfft

cheapest and most expensive form of

wit.

St. Lawrence is the largest county in

New York state, with an area of 2822

square miles.

S^uou wouldn't take your

watch to a bUtcksmUh--! *

The blacksmith it »n adept at hi»

forge, but you wouldn't expect him to

repair a delicate watch. So to whom

would you go in illness but to a physi­

cian? He ha> devoted the greater part

or his lite to the t=ienti(ic study of

medicine

When you arc ill. the professional

training and specialized experience of

a medical practitioner qualify him to

diagnose and prescribe for your particu­

lar ailment

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During its manufacture an automobile

gets all the attention of an Infant,

being subject to at least 2,000 approvals

before the final "O.K." Is scrawled on

the finished product's windshield.

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The potential energy contained in

one year's supply of gasoline for U. S.

motorists is greater than the available

horsepower in 13 Niagara Palls If all

the water were used for power.

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During the last model year, an average

of 426,000 automobile workers were

on the payrolls. Weekly payrolls rose

to $13,760,000.

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The Putnam County

National Bank

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Interest Department

Trust Department

Christmas Club

Safe Deposit Boxts

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1940

Farmers whose new seedlngs are

poor are urged to topdress them with

manure this fall or early winter.

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The county agricultural agent has details

about potato exhibits at the annual

winter meeting of potato growers in

Buffalo, January 9 and 10.

The Square Deal

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Special Sale

Men's Pants and Shoes

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BREWSTER, N. Y.

AUCTION

LYMAN KEELER, AUCTIONEER TEL. 459-4 DANBURY, CONN

Will sell for the undersigned on

Saturday, November 16 at 10 A. M.

situated in the Town of North Salem, N. Y„ % mile north of North Salem

Post Office on Peach Lake Road, at the home of the late Mr. Thomas Riordan.

Having sold my place I will sell my household furniture ANTIQUE and

MODERN. Clawfoot sideboard. Old fashionde (bureau. 2 gold frame mirrors.

Old chairs. Dining room table. Other chairs of all kinds. Stands. Dishes, and

glassware. Kitchen utensils. Parlor suite. Writing desk, roll top desk. Dentist chair

and fixtures. Beds, bedding. Washing machine (electric). Kitchen range, nearly

new. Electric range. Congoleum rugs. Victrola. Radio. Player Piano. Lamps and

other household furniture of all kinds. Mowing machine. Sleigh, sleds. Ladders.

Power lawn mower. Other Lawn mowers. Garden tools. Etc.

Terms: Cash. Sale: Positive.

MRS. MARY A. RIORDAN.

ANTIQUES. VICTORIAN FURNITURE. OLD FASHIONED OBJECTS

Public Auction At The Wayside Farm

RIDGEFIELD, CONNECTICUT

4 Miles from Ridgefleld Center, Route 33. 2 Miles From North Salem Post Office,

Route 116.

Wednesday, November 20, 1940, at 10 A. M.

Positive Sale — Rain or Shine

Signed Bronzes, Imported China and Glassware. Oil Paintings. Prints. Vases.

Bric-a-Brac. Cut Glass. Several Silver Plate and Bronze Candelabra. Art Objects.

Porcelains. Water Colors. ? Victorian Arm Chairs. Foot Stools. 4 Couches.

Many Victorian Side Chairs. Curio Cabinets. Antique Rush Seated Chairs &

Rockers. Old Glass Candle Sticks. Mahogany & Rosewood Bureaus and Chests

of Drawers. Mirrors. Many Pieces of Antique China. • Bridal Chest, Serpentine

Front, Marquetry, Pearl and Ivory Inlay. Windsor Arm Rocker. Mahogany

Dressing Stand, Claw Feet. Antique Vegetable Dishes and Tureens. Antique

Mahogany Settles. Jacobean Oak Table. Hitchcock Ann Chair. Old Lamps.

Rosewood Organ. Cut Class Decanters. Victorian Sofas. Carpets. Plated Ware.

Boston Side Rocker. Bookcases. Bedroom Furniture. Clover Top Stands. 2 Victorian

Sideboards. Mirror Front Wardrobes. Many Chairs, Tables and Stands.

Victorian Bedroom Furnishings. Inlaid Console Table. Mirror Top Glass Door

Cabinet.-Many Decorated Old China Toilet Sets./Old Wrought Iron (Hardware.

Small Pine School Master Desk. Leonard Refrigerator. Bath Room Scale. Lawn

Mower. Grind Stone. Barrel Sprayer. Ladders. Garden Tools. Lot of Lumber.

A Great Many Items Space Will Not Permit Listing.

Lunch on Premises Sale by Order of Louis G. Smith

John M. Mitchell, Auctioneer - Since (1900 - P. O. Drawer 409, Greenwich, Conn.

Inspection Only on Day of Sale

ThankYou —

FOR THE BIGGEST OCTOBER

SMES WtfVE EVER KNOWN!

Sales of new 1941 Chevrolets in October

topped all previous marks for the month in

Chevrolet's 29-year history... a record-

breaking reception for a record-breaking

car value... a new high tribute to the leader

for the finest car the leader ever built!

^CHEVROLET'S PLEADER

Brady-Stannard Chevrolet Company

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BECAUSE rtSFimsrr

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at .aci. door

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FISHER BODIES

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87 No. Main Street Phone 2180 Brewster, New York


THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 1940 THE BREWSTER STANDARD — ESTABLISHED 1869 PAGE FIVE

Goes to All People

ffW fl ?,]lMiit*!i!>W> '\ywcy* Red Cross Roll Call

WEDDED

Morantc-Burke

• A pretty Autumn wedding took place

On Monday the annual roll call foi at eleven o'clock, Monday morning,

I members of the American Red Cross November 111, 1940, at St. Lawrence

was opened. In Putnam County Judge OToole Church, Brewster, N. Y., when

; James W. Bailey is Roll Call Chairman Miss Dorothy Hyland Burke, daughter

a large card party. Prizes and refresh- Christmas sale at the home of Mrs.

ments are included in the admission Thomas L. Purdy, Tuesday, Decembei

fee of 50 cents. 10th from 2:30 p. m. to 5. There will

o be delicious hqme baked food for saie

A hog guessing contest will be held and attractive fancy articles. Come

at Rednick's Restaurant, Route 22, Pat- do your Christmas shopping.

terson, on Saturday, Nov. 16, 1940. The '»

guesses close at 1 p. m. The weight of A surprise birthday party was given

the hog at 3 p. m. The person nearest in honor of Mrs. Sadie Destino of Tilly

the weight will receive the hog. .Foster on Nov. 13. Guests present were

u from Peekskill. Yonkers .Carmel. Tilly

Mrs. Warren Rowe will be hostess Foster and Brewster. Music was furnfor

the food sale of the Baptist Ladies ished by Blanco's orchestra of Happy

Aid Society at her home, 11 Oak Street, Valley Inn. Mrs. Destino received many

Friday. Nov. 15 at three o'clock. Those lovely gifts.

who wish to order cakes or other food - -*—"

may call Brewster 2088. Harold Storm, County Superlnten-

. _ . ~~~"° ; T dent of Schools, announces that the

Louis Freda, better known as Louie, discusslon of the production centei

the Barber, formerly of Brewster, now 13r0posi.tlon will be held in the Cour'

of Croton Falls, called on Armistice HousCi carmel, November 26 at 2 p. m

Day -to say he expected to be called Th„ state N YA representative was unon

Nov. 25 or 30 as a volunteer in the able ^ appear on Tuesday. The comflrst

draft. Louie has no family. This n,m„e of flve men and flve women tc

fact corrects the error, published some study and report has not yet been

months ago hi this newspaper. named

In "Science and Health with Key to

the Scriptures" Mary Baker Eddy

writes (p. 3): "We plead for unmerited

pardon and for a liberal outpouring

of benefactions. Are we really grateful

for the good already received?"

If we examine our prayerB we often

find that they are for ourselves, for

pardon, or the lifting of a burden,

or the supplying of a need; and it ii

NORTH SALEM

Mrs. Madden has moved

Floyd Reynolds house.

into the

Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Johnson spent

the day in Long Island recently.

Join the RED CROSS

In each locality the chairmen of the 0f MJ«. John Joseph Burke and the

: branches are as follows: Mrs. A F iate Mr. John Joseph Burke, of TiUv

lLobdell, Brewster; Mrs. Harry Brock, poster, N. Y., became the bride, of Mr.

Carmel; Mrs. Sanger Brown, Cold Edward A. Morante, son of Mr. and

Spring; Lewis B. McCabe, Garrison;

Ross Sawyer spent the week

Mrs. Emil Morante of 2922 Grand

with Mr. and Mrs. William LeBrecht

Mrs. Joseph Ganong and Mrs. Jesse concourse, New York City. The Rev.

end Agor, Mahopac; Mrs. Frank Yates Thomas G. Philbin performed the cer-

Patterson. emony and celebrated the Nuptial

° ° High Mass. Chrysanthemums and

Miss Edith Diehl is now spending the Hranoo MntPc : autumn leaves adorned the altar,

mid-week at her studio in New York orange nuu:j> Mrg j ^ ^ GradVf organist, played

and week ends at Our Acre. — the wedding marches and accompanied

_ „ ,„ o L^-Jfi* rCgl J lar x meet ^L ^ o «« the soloists. Mr. George Enright and

The Cecilian Society will meet with held Friday evening, Nov. 15th at 8:00 Mr Rlcnanj Cunningham.

Mrs. A. F. Lobdell, Monday afternoon when the third and fourth degree* The bride, who «was given in mar-

November 18th. will be given a class of candidates. Re- riage by her brother, Mr. John J.

—o— freshments will be served. Burke, wore a gown of white dutchess

The ladies degree team have been in- satln ^ ^ a ^OTt ^ ^ ^ tto&ttip

vited to work the first and second de.,vell of tulle fastened to a Juliet cap

grees at Cortland Grange. Nov 20. of ^ ^ and ^ ^ S h e e t t M a

o-— Se y. era i local t G I an lt if 6 Mrs. Perry Williams and her son

Richard, of Boonville, N. Y., are visit

ing Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Kelley.

"?^ H! shower bouquet of orange blossoms and

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Ridley left in attendance at the National Grange sweet peas

for their home in tb* city after elect- Session held this year at Syracuse The maid-of-honor. Miss Ann Jane

ion. A Nov. 13th to Nov. 21st. Be sure an* Cullen wore a ^ ^ ^Beiti and velvet

— c — - i listen to the Farm and Hour program ^ ^ ^ ^ a Juliet cap of the satne

Mr. and Mrs. John N. Trainer have on Saturday when several prominent colort ghe carried autumn leaves and

gone to their home in New York City officers will broadcast some of thi rust Mr. Philip F. Beal is quite ill at his

chrysanthemums,

£ele

her for the home winter. in Sherburne, N. Y, yester­ meeting. The bridesmaids,' Miss Patricia

day afer visiting — ° Mr. and Mrs. „„ „ „, „ „ °TI ii ,„ * ,_, Cullen, Miss Doris Perdisatt, MLss

Winthrop Mrs. Armenia Mellen Shepard at Wilmington, returned Del tc

e n n * Berchinger'^and^Miss"" Oathhome,

4 Putnam Avenue. erine MacDonald, wore cardinal red

gowns and Juliet caps of the same

The laying of the floor in the ne* matJ5rlal as that of the maid-of-non-

First National Store was completed at

Mr. and Mrs. George Luke and then three o'clock, Tuesday afernoon. A Jo

infant son, George, Jr., of Syracuse all concerned view with pride.

spent the past week end with Mr. and "— : They carried arm bouquets of

autumn leaves.

The best man was Mr. Emil Riehl of


New York City. The ushers were

Mrs. Charles G. Mergardt. Fred Magnuson. son of Mr. an* Mrs. Messrs." Frederick GeVer, Gus'tav John-

—o— Samuel Magnuson. spent the week end son Thomas Larkin and Julius Vana-

Contract players agree with polltica? • ^ with w h his him parents Ttnrnnt.c and nnri returned rf»tiirn*»rl Tuesday 'rnpcrlnv core>

dopesters as to distribution, a factoi to Plattsburg Barracks. He expects to Mr. and Mrs. Morante are now on

that looms large in reviewing past per- go to Tennessee for the winter. their wedding trip and will reside in

formances. o

New York City on their return. The

—«— I Mrs. A. F. Lobdell and Miss Florence bridegroom "attended"'Fordham"" Uni-

On Saturday Lyman Keeler will con- Shove are appointing the Red Cross versity and is in business with his

duct an auction, advertised in this is- solicitors for Brewster Branch. Next father in New York City,

sue, at the home of the late Dr week the names will be published. In The bride is a graduate of Brewster

Thomas Riordan. the meantime contributions can bt High School, Class of 1936.

o — | sent to Mrs. Lobdell or Miss Shove. A reception was held at the Ever-

Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Tuttle and Mr — ——• green at Tilly Foster. Ollie Page's

and Mrs. John Tuttle visited Mr. and Richard Diel and Claude Travis, or orchestra of Danbury provided the

Mrs. Alvah Nichols in Brooklyn last Katonah, called on Wednesday to dis- muslc.

week end. cuss the wages and hours act and the 0

o—— future of the clubs headed by Oren

Assemblyman D. MaUory Stephens Root - Jr - during the campaign,

and Alvah D. Townsend are away on

n

Mr. and Mrs. James MacNell of Elizabeth,

N. J., were Sunday guests of the

James Elliott family.

•:~

Mrs. S. B. Quick left on Tuesday for

Daytona Beach, Florida, where she will

spend the cold months.

Little Billy Meldrum celebrated his

third birthday by entertaining several

of his little friends at his home last

Friday.

Mrs. A. J. Lobdell attended the Gold

Star Mothers* annual dinner on Armistice

Day at the Hotel Green, Danbury,

Conn.

Mrs. J. Rathbunand daughter, Mrs.

A- D. Townsend of Brewster were recent

guests of Miss Lena Gay and

Hortenae Pearce.

The Methodist supper Is tonight in

the Methodist Hall in North Salem-

Chicken pie with all the accessories for

75 cents. Supper served from 6 to 8.

Mr. Herman Bruschel is convalescing

nicely after having undergone an

operation last Saturday. Mr. Bruschel

is in the Northern Westchester Hospital.

The Riordan Place on the Peach

Lake Road has been sold to Earnest

Russell of Ridgefleld, Conn. It is understood

that they are going to have

a riding academy there.

The Choir of St. James will rehearse

at the church on Thursday night at William Heuss & S6if\

7:30. There will be Thanksgiving Service

at St. James (Episcopal Church on

Thanskgiving morning at 9 o'clock.

Mrs. Rueben Cole of Danlbury enter­ Granite Memorials

tained at dinner. Mr. and Mrs. James

Clark at Ridgefleld, Miss Eleanor Hyland

of North Salem and Mr. Arthur

Carey of Danbury. Mrs. Cole was the

former Ethel Barret.

"Now thank we all The card party for the Hot Luncn

Fund of the local school was a mast

their annual hunting trip to the Ad- The Fred J. Axford estate of eight our God"

successful affair. This was sponsored

irondack's. acres in the Milltown section of Brew-

T

by the D. N. A. More than 30 tables

———o ster, was purchased by Sidney P HE pioneers of New England, were in play. Highest scores by Mrs.

The Mld-Hudson-JHarlem Valley Firs Fleisher, lawyer, of 630 Fifth Avenue grutcful for freedom and pro­ Irene Burgess in bridge and Mrs. John

Chiefs Association will meet at Staats- through the Joseph Realty Company :

tection in their new homeland, Meldrum, pinochle.

burg tonight at 8 o'clock. The annual of Brewster.

observe days of prayer and thanksgiving

to God. Eventually, by Pres­ Mr. and Mrs. George Hartwell, Mr.

election will be at Fishkill, Dec. 12. ° , idential proclamation, an annual and Mrs. James Elliott and son Hart,

o Rev. Charles A. Dann and Mrs. Dann Thanksgiving Day came to be regu­ and Mrs. A. J. Lobdell and daughter,

Mrs. H. H. Wells will be hostess for spent the week end in Lakevllle, Conn : larly observed in the United States Miss Cornelia Lobdell were among

the Ladies Aid Society of the Presby- oweing to the death of Mrs. Dann* as a memorial of gratitude. And its those who called on Mr. and Mrs.

terian Church at a card party to be mother, Mrs. Joseph Argall, whose

Howard Hartwell on Nov. 3, when they

held at her home November 18 at 8:30 funeral services were held on Monday people, including those from many

o'clock. afternoon.

other lands, observe thiB day. celebrated the event of their 60th an­

A missionary relates of certain savniversary of their wedding.

Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 21 is a holi- The winner of the Boy's Bicycle at age tribes that there was no equiva­

day. All persons having copy for the the Cameo Theatre. Brewster, on Nov ; lent in their language for the English 1940 Schedule for

next issue of this newspaper are re- 9th was Miss Rose Hunting, Turk Hill, word "thanks." Being unawakened

quested to speed up their action next Brewster, N. Y. The number of the to the spiritual idea of gratitude,

week. winning ticket was 027695.

they had not formulated a word to ex­ Open Hunting Season

press it, although they accepted freely

everything that was given to them. On the opening day for upland game,

The annual Christmas sale of the The annual Christmas bazaar of St

hunting is prohibited before 12 noon,

Methodist Church will be held with Andrew's Guild will be held in The Gratitude is an active spiritual qual­

Mrs. Harold T. Beal, Thursday after- Parish Hall on Friday. Dec. 6, 1940, ity, which is always expressed by

must cease at 5 p. m. On subsequent

noon, December 5th. Pood, fancy art- from 2 to until 6 p. m. Special features spiritual man. It is the recognition

days, hunting is permitted from 7 a.

lcles and homemade candy will be ou will include food, fancy articles, grab of the goodness of God, and is ex­

m. to 5 p. m. This applies to squirrel,

sale. '4 bag, and tea tables. The public is cordpressed

in love and humility. It in­ grouse, rabbits, quail and pheasant.

creases as one gains more understand­ Squirrel—Oot. 31 to Nov. 18 inn

ially invited to attend.

ing of the love of God, and of man, clusive.

The senior class of B. H. S. held a f

who is the reflection of God. It may

very successful square dance party in The Handcraft Club met on Thurs-

Grouse—Oct. 21 to Nov. 18 inclusive.

begin with gratitude for the good

the gym- last Friday night. Gene day last 'with Mrs. Samuel MagnuscJn in one's own experience, and expand

Rabbits—Oct. 21 to Jan. 31 inclusive.

Brundage and his King Street Pioneers and elected officers for the coming into gratitude for the good enjoyed Quail—Nov. 1 to Nov. 15 inclusive.

furnished the music and the "calling- year. Mrs. Magnuson is president, Mrs. by others. One may also learn to be Males Only — No Sunday Hunting

off." John Maltiola, vice-president, Mrs. grateful for the ever-presence of good Deer—No Open Season.

o Lena Polveria, treasurer, and Mr&. even while passing through an experi­ Ducks—Oct. 16 to Dec. 4 Inclusive.

On November 15th at Brady's Cluo Harry Trial, secretary.

ence which seems to deny God's all- Duck hunting permitted from sun­

House, Somers, the ladies of the Fed- m

,.i-

New England's

Home-cooked food, useful household

outstanding trumpet

player.

products, neckties and other appropriate

Christmas gifts will be on sale foi

Mrs. Tiieodoiia Swenson has gone to ! he earl j; s **W*r. Refreshments wiT

Indian Lake, Hamilton County N. Y.. .:' *«««»• Everyone come for a good

for a visit. She sends word that she ti:ne J* promised by those in charge.

position" S h e S ^ S e caSpa^n °' »". Boulevard Scarsdale. N^Y are

as "the most stimulating and encourag- receiving congratulations on the birth

tag experience I ever had in real Jf * dau 8hter. Susan Birch at the

patriotism " H&rkness Hospital, Tuesday, November

-o-

12. 1940. Mrs. White, the former Norma

*l* Miss Alice Stephens and Miss Helen McLean, and her daughter are dotag

/ZfcoConaughy. of Brewster, have been *f u - Mrs- James White has gone to

/'Vlected officers of their respective Scarsdale to ytei.her grandson, James,

houses at Wellesley College. Miss and {* *° ?'* th him * Me »** t^ 1

Stephens. -41 has been elected to :nd bab y fiister -

the Clafiin Hail Council in which she Brft..mt , ~~*;IIL - .,

will represent the members of the J ^ ^ f f ^ J S ^ ! ^ ^ are tn , e d " ly

good to ask ourselves the searching

uestion, "Are we really grateful for

Sae good already received?"

When children are taught to express

their thanks in the little details of

their everyday life, they are being

helped to develop the gratitude whereby

their lives will be enriched, and

their thought lifted to appreciate God,

the divine source of all good. . . .

Gratitude reflects divine Love. When

one is grateful, one cannot be hateful

or hold any thought of resentment.

When love fills the heart with gratitude,

there is no room for bitterness.

Gratitude is an acknowledgment of

ever-present goodness, and therefore

lifts the heart Godward. The acknowledgment

of God as the universal and

impartial source of all good brings the

manifestation of good into onea expertence

in whatever form it is moBt

needed.

The prophet Malachi voiced the divine

admonition and promise (Malachi

3:10): "Bring ye all the tithes into

the storehouse, that there may be meat

in mine house, and prove me now

herewith, saith the Lord of hosts, if

I will not open you the windows of

heaven, and pour you out a blessing,

that there shall not be room enough

to receive it." Our tithes of gratitude

rendered unto God, the Giver of all

good, certainly open wide "the win­

Class of 1941 who live in Clalin. Miss Portion of capable public servants. The dows of heaven," whence pour forth

MoOonaughy, 44 has been chosen Popularity of J. Henry Ekstrom. super- such an abundance of good that

{Z$E£ HntS representative lor Board of s viw)rfi of PUitnam c ^ . grateful heart *an never feel poverty-

!*.. ty, ^« no doubt, .*~..K* JU......UI caused v


PAGE SIX THE BREWSTER STANDARD — ESTABLISHED 1869 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1940

PEACH LAKE NORTH SALEM P U RD YS CROTON FALLS

THIS PAGE IS DEVOTED TO OUR NORTHERN WESTCHESTER READERS ********** HAPPENINGS GATHERED BY OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS EVERY WEEK

Radio Policing

As U. S. Defense

FCC to Add Hundreds of Air

Inspectors to Its Field

Force.

WASHINGTON. — The Federal

Communications commission has

announced that it is augmenting Its

field force with additional monitoring

stations as well as new bases

of operation for mobile units to accomplish

more effective policing of

communications under the co-ordinated

national defense program.

Several hundred inspectors and

other radio experts will be employed

lor this program, it was announced.

Since the commission is under civil

service the additional personnel will

come from these rolls.

The additional force is needed, it

was announced, to maintain a comprehensive

24-hour surveillance of

all communication channels, including

broadcast and other radio transmission.

Present radio monitoring

facilities will be supplemented with

10 primary long-range directionfinder

stations. These stations determine

the bearings of unauthorized

or otherwise suspicious communications.

The mobile equipment,

which includes direction finding

apparatus, traces the origin of

such transmissions.

PURDYS STATION

Miss Gertrude Sullivan attended the

Alumnae dinner at Good Council Col

lege, White Plains, recently.

Mr. and Mrs. William Hunter were

guests recently of Mr. and Mrs. 1Richard

Stachnik of Yonkers.

In assembly this week is a illustrated

lecture by John Lowe Nelson on the

Hopi and Navajo Indians.

Schools will close at noon Novembei

20 for Thanksgiving holidays and will

reopen Monday, November 25.

Mr. and Mrs. Adelbert Holden and

daughter of Nanuet were guests recently

of Mr. and Mrs. R. ID. Knapp.

Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. Eli of Bridge

port, Conn., were gneste Sunday of

Mrs. Ell's mother, Mrs. J. H. Martin.

Mrs. May Davidson and Miss Nancy

Davidson of Tarrytown were guests recently

of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Knapp

Miss Betty Miller has returned home

after visiting a former schoolmate

Miss Doris Jones of Rldgewood, N. J

Mr. and Mrs. George Miller of Whit

Plains were visitors Sunday at th

home of Miss Margaret and Julia Mahoney.

PATTERSON

The two sons of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin

Sutliff are suffering from the whoooing

cough.

Mrs. Richard Klein of Brooklyn

spent the week end and holiday witff

her mother, Mrs. T. Murty.

Mrs. John C. Cope and son have

closed their home on Birch Hill and

gone to Brooklyn for the winter.

Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Genovese are

taking a ten day vacation and rest

from active duties out of town.

Miss Mary Spaulding has given up

her position in Bennington, Vt., and

will spend some time with her mothei

here.

Mrs. Abbie Dibble and Miss Catherine

Barrett have closed their summei

home at Whaley Lake and have come

to the Dibble home here for the winy

ter.

About $100.00 was taken in by the

Presbyterian Ladles Aid Society at

their clam chowder dinner o» Election

Day and 180.00 was cleared for theh

treasury.

On account of the heavy rain storm

all day Tuesday the monthly meeting

of the Missionary Society was postponed

until Friday afternoon at I

o'clock at the Parish House.

CROTON FALLS

Almost an inch of rain fell on Tuesday.

Large flocks of ducks have passed

over here flying South.

Miss Jean Shay celebrated her birthday

on Tuesday, Nov. 12th.

The choir of the Federated Churcl*

meets each Thursday evening in the

Church.

St. Joseph's bowling team holds second

place in the second division, in

the Putnam County League.

Sympathy is extended to Mrs. Donald

Outhouse In the death of her mother

Mrs. Philip Beal of Brewster.

The official board of the Federated

Church meets the second Monday o

each month In the parsonage.

Mrs. Marjorie Whalen and son Martin

of Yonkers, spent Armistice Day

with Mr. and Mrs. William Maler.

Thanksgiving Card Party

At St. Joseph's Church

The annual Thanksgiving Card

party given by St. Joseph's Church,

Croton Falls, will be held Tuesday

evening, Nov. 19th in the Parish Hall.

This card party has always been very

well attended and the committee hopes

to make this year's affair larger than

ever. As usual, a turkey will be given

away as a door prize and a second

turkey will be given to the holder of

a lucky number.

Following the established custom,

the refreshments will be tasty, ample,

nourishing and free. Mark the date In

your pleasure book, Nov. 19th at St.

Joseph's Hall.

Burgess, A. Llnser, J. Tetro," and thf

turkey of the drawing went to Herbert

Turner. The women of the Auxiliary

served a hot roast beef dinner throughout

the day.

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Outhouse and

their children, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph

Outhouse, Mr. and Mrs. Purdy Outhouse,

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kelsey, Mr

and Mrs. John T. Jeffery and Mr. and

Mr. and Mrs. Warren C. Tompkim Mrs. William Gelbel made a dinner

of Katonah, N. Y., spent Armistice Day, party ^ Laurence Inn, on Saturday

with Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Tompkins evening, Nov. 9th, In honor of the third

~~~ . . .. J wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs

Mr. and Mrs. O. Vocke and Mr. and1Outn0Use

Mrs. Nalhl of New York City spent

Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Outhouse.

JOHN SNIDERO

Trucking

BAND, GRAVEL

TOP SOIL

PHONE 2545

N. CIOCCOLANTI

General Contractor

*

Builder

Phone 742

80 Marvin Ave. Brewster, N. V.

Theo. K. Schaefer

Counsellor at Law

Brewster, N. y.

N. TRANQUILLI

General Contractor

*

Builder

Pta«M SMI

-:•

50 N. Main St. Brewster, N. Y.

Over 20 Years Experience

The Brownie Pack meet every Tues­

The ChTlstmas program in charge of

day after school in the Federated

Miss O'Connor will be in the auditorlur

Fred Daros has returned home from Church. These seven to ten year old

of Central High School, December 20 Mr. and Mrs. T. Walter Blrdsall ol Northern Westchester Hospital when gins

girls

are busy

ousy

and

ana

happy

nappy

making

making

clay

ciay

at 2 p. m.

this place and Mr. and Mrs. Roll in he had been taken for treatment f

! Blrdsall of Connecticut spent an en-

0'i I objects, learning the responsibilities ol

The (Boy Scout Troop accompanied jjoyable motor vacation in Vermont

a broken leg.

good cheerful Brownies selling Christ-

J mas cards, making scrap books and|

by Earl Santore and Wilbur Holderman! and other states and Mr. and Mrs

enjoyed a hike recently to Joe's Hill Blrdsall were week end guests here en

The Annual Red Cross drive is now bringing In new members. The girle,

being conducted and all are urged to are adding to their uniforms gradual y,

Watch All Circuits. near Mill Plain.

their return.

enroll, as the organization Is badly in and eventually the Pack will be weU

In addition to increased monitor­ Mrs. Winifred Brenn of Crestwood Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Segelken and so^ need of funds outfitted. Any girl of this age whe

ing duties, the field division will be N. Y. visited her brother-in-law and Robert and Mr. and Mrs. William

I wants good fun and good companionrequired

to watch radiotelegraph sister, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie White for a Nulchay of Amenla with several friendV "Thanksgiving Adventure" a comedy * * £ %$*%^S^Jgu^i

and radiotelephone circuits for su­ few days recently.

were entertained at dinner last Friday

perfluous signals, to record these,

evening by Miss Frances Elchner and in one act will be presented in assem- °

and translate foreign language The Quarterly Tests were held Frl brother In honor of the 42nd annivers­

broadcast material. It must also day. One hundred and one were exary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs

make certain of the citizenship of empted from taking the tests by having Segelken.

several hundred thousand persons an average of over 90 per cent.

now charged with the responsibility

There was a large attendance at thf

of communications, as well as of Communion and Thanksgiving ser Presbyterian Church last Sunday

their immediate families.

vice will be held for North Salem, Gol morning In honor of the 17th annlver-

dens Bridge and Purdys church in the|sary

This figure covers about 100,000

0f pastoral relations with the

Methodist Church, Purdys, Sunday ev­ pastor, Rev. H. E. Hillery who gave P

licensed radio operators, including ening at 7:30.

very Interesting talk on some phase;

amateurs; a like number of cable

of the past 17 vears and the changes

and wire operators, and other employees

such as those of broadcast

A banquet In honor of the football thftt nave taken place. Rev. and Mrs

and other radio stations.

team of Central High School will l^Hillery were presented with a beautiglven

on Tuesday, November 26„ spon-|juj bouquet of 17 large chrysanthr-

Keep Tab on Electricity. sored by the Facutly Club. Football let j mums by members of his congregation

Another emergency task will be to

and dancing will follow the dinner.

ters will be awarded and entertainment passed ^j up by Towner the Session Kent read showing a resolution theh

guard against the possible misuse

deep appreciation of the fine service

The Christmas Sale for the benefit

of electrical apparatus, including of the St. Lukes Guild will be held rendered during the past 17 years.

diathermy devices (now employed Friday, (December 13 instead of Tues­

o

in many thousand offices of physiday, December 10, as it was previously

cians), as transmitters in a manner announced, at the home of Mrs. T. L Katonah Board 754

which might jeopardize the nation's Purdy, "The (Homestead." Sends Questionnaires

security. Still another undertaking

will be to keep tab on possible use News was received of the recent Nov. 7, 1040 Local Board 764, Katon­

of transmitters which have been death of Rev. Robert N. Turner, former ah. N. Y., tel. Katonah 527 lists the

manufactured but not sold or li­ pastor of St. Luke's Church, Somers following to whom questionnaires for

censed for authorized communica­ and St. James Church, North Salem, at Selective Service have been sent:

tion purposes.

Bristol,, Rhode Island. Requiem mass Order No. Name of Registrant

was held Wednesday morning, at St

The commission now operates Luke's Church, Somen.

'1—Mr. Willard David Congdon, Katonah.

seven monitoring stations, in various

I 2—Mr. Martin Joseph Reddy, Somers.

parts of the country, which are The Thanksgiving program is in 3—Mr. Harold Joseph Liberty, Mt.

largely devoted to making routine charge of Mrs. Goodrich in the audi Kisco.

measurements of frequencies and torlum November 30, at 11 a. m. The

determining the quality of emis­ program Is as follows, Flag Salute, Son

4—Mr. Gordon Bruno Daros, Somers.

sions, as well as spotting interfer­ Star Spangled Banner by the audience

5—Mr. Louis Freeman, Goldens

ence. In the course of such work,

Song, Prayer of Thanksgiving, Girl'

Bridge.

Glee Club; Play, Thanksgiving Adven

6—Mr. Clyde Kennedy Miller, South

they observe unlicensed operation ture, a cast of nine students. Thanks Salem.

incidentally. However, these moni­ giving song, by the audience.

7U-Mr. Harold C. Schermerhorn, Katoring

stations as now manned and

tonah.

equipped could not cope with the

additional work contemplated.

Congress recently authorized a

new monitoring station for Massachusetts,

but this is to relocate and

improve the existing one. The new

bases for mobile operation are being

established at strategic points

throughout the United States and its

possessions.

Original Boundary

The original boundary of the Panama

Canal Zone followed a series of

arcs of circles with a radius of

five statute miles from the axis of

the canal as it was' then planned,

.according to a study issued by the

^Columbia University Press.

Subsequently it was replaced by

a series of straight lines, except that

the zone has been extended to include

certain drainage basins and

is apparently unique where it now

follows a contour line 100 feet above

sea level, whereas Gatun lake has

a mean level of about 85 feet above

the sea, and in another area where

it follows the 260-foot contour.

n 2g«L^^t a n t leader

bly on Nov 20th, under the direction i A ",.

1902 — 1940

Call Us

Charles A. Makenny

W. K. GRIFFIN

& Son

Electrical Contractor

Painting

Phone 2583

and Paperhanging

Brewster, N. Y.

ESTIMATES GIVEN

Phone 619 Brewster, N. Y.

of Mrs. D. Goodrich.

- **n°* * assistant leader.

•n „>

Past Commander Romaine L. Len? • • • • • a r.

and Mrs. Lenz attended the dinnerdance

held on Saturday evening at the THE

Elks Club in Mount Kisco.

Mrs. Donald Richie was called tc (PUTNAM COUNTY!

GEORGE I. HOYT

Philadelphia on Saturday evening on

receiving word of the injuries receivec SAVINGS BANK

by her parents in an auto accident.

General Contractor and Builder

Brewster, N. Y.

The attendance at the Bingo games

References and Estimates Cheerfully Given

held in the fire house each Thursday

Incorporated 1871

evening continue to Increase. John

Cleary was the winner of the dooi

OFFICERS

Repairs of all Kinds

prize last Thursday.

George E. Jennings, President

Tel. Brewster 2658

Mrs. Arthur J. Outhouse of thl& Arthur P. Budd, Vice President

place and Mrs. Clearwater of Danbury David P. Vail, Vice President

Residence, Keeler Lane, Brewster, N. Y.

Conn., left today fpr a motor trip Margaret R. Mackey, Secretary

through Putnam, Connecticut, Webster

Mass., and Providence, R. I.

and Treasurer.

Doanc C. Comstock, Counsel

Miss Doris Luther, daughter of Mr

and Mrs. Willam Luther of this place

Established 1867

will be the pianist at the Trinity Luth­ Deposits anade on or before the

eran Church services held In Brewstei tenth business day of January,

on Sunday evenings. Miss Luther who If April, July or October or the S. O. AVERY Co

only in her early teens is a talented third business day of other

musician.

months will bear Interest from

the first of these months, respec­

George E. Dickinson, Prop.

The regular meeting of the Croton tively. Interest compounded

Palls Fire Department Is held in th« quarterly.

fire house the third Tuesday of each

Month. A full report of the recen mil miiaiiiiaiiiiiBiiiiHiiaa Plumbing and Heating Contractor

turkey shoot will be heard at that time

The Fire Commissioners meet the second

Tuesday of each month.

FIRST 23ffi» Oil Burners

Miss Gladys Tompkins entertained

several of her friends and relatives on NATIONAL BANK

Saturday ever.|ng, in honor of hei

Agent for Hoffman Fuel Co.

The Bridge Club met at

•ho

the

H~«O

heme cl

M 8—Mr.

^ ^

Peter Mutagh, Mt. Kisco. birthday. Music, singmg. dancing and

BREWSTER, N. Y.

Fuel Oil — Range Oil — Kerosene

n Mlmnaugb, games took up the time until mid­ Member of Federal Deposit

Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Miller Monday \aamaa

night when delicious refreshment? |

evening. Those pWDtfW Mr. andUQ^-^ J^ Lawrence Lee, Katonah. were served.

Insurance Corporation

Telephone Brewster, Office 684. Residence 2172

Mrs. Purneaux White, Mr. and Mrs. R Howard H. Humbert, Mt.

Hoffman Fnel Co., Danbury 816

D. Knapp, Miss Margaret and Julia •p-ZST

In celebration of the twenty-fifth an­ Capital $100,000

Mahoney. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Paul 12_-j^r Dennis Lee Phillips. Katonah. niversary of the organization of the

sen and Mrs. Walter S. Paulsen. Miss\i9m^Stt Haroid Charles Ladew, Bed- Rainbow Club, the members are cele­

Surplus $34,000

MOSC0O000O0OOO04

Betty Miller substituted for Mrs |

brating by attending the performance

Gertrude Smith Prizes were awarded 14n_^T mibUT ,Henry Lounsbury. Ka- of Louisainia Purchase in New York

to Purneaux White and Mrs. Walter

tonah.

tMtaV,

City this week. Mrs. John T. Jeffery BURGLAR

Paulsen.

.IS—Mr. James

William Robbins, Jr., and Mrs. William Gelbel are of the

original group.

PROOF VAULT

The Christmas Sale under the aus­ Armonk.

pices of the Women Society of Christ-' 1&—Mr. p ^ Alfred Eldors Lathrop, Croton Seventeen were present on Saturday A modern burglar proof safe

ian Service will be held at the Meth- n_j^r Harold Dale Morgan, Mt. afternoon at the home of Mrs. Arthui deposit vault has recently

odist Church Parlors. (Purdys, Friday jrjgco

Outhouse in honor of the birthday of

November 16. from 2:30 to 5:00 o'clock i^_fUr

George James Ranleri, Mt. her daughter Mrs. Roy Kelsey of New been installed. Boxes rent

York City. Mrs. Kelsey received many

There will be a table of fancy and use-;Kis0O

cards and gifts and a beautifully dec­ for $5 per year.

gifts. ful articles, Also a suitable food table for consisting Christmas oi |1&_Mr 20—Mr. Jose Miles pjres Kenneth Boucos, Lewis, Armonk. Bedford orated birthday cake. The rooms were

pies, cakes, bread and rolls, baked Hills.

decorated with beautiful autumn

beans, and salads.

21—Mr. George Herbert MoGuhy, Bed­ flowers.

ford Hills.

The report cards were sent out this 22—Mr. Charles H. Willard, Bedford

week in Central High School also with Hills.

a bulletin. The parents are asked to In­ 23—Mr. Henry Ervin Washburn, Goldens

spect these cards and to sign and re­ Bridge.

turn them promptly.

24—Mr. Tia Marx. Armonk.

25—Mr. Harry William Schiesser, Bed­

The seventh and eighth grade ha*

ford Hills.

26—George Herbert Covey, Jr., Mt

'charge of the museum this week. They, KlflC0

have on display models of af

Names No Compliment

Names of cities may sound nice,

but they are not very complimentary,

the Smithsonian institution has

discovered.

For instance the name Manhattan

means only Hilly Island. The

Indian for Chicago means Land of

the Skunk. Kuskuski, Pa., translated,

stands for Hog Place and Chattanooga

translates into Hawk's Hole.

Milwaukee is an exception. It

spells and means Fine Land.

The institution advises chamber of

commerces not to dig too deeply

into history for the meaning of youi

city's name.

Ninety 'Streamliners' to Date

With the streamlined railroad

tLTEin live years old this year, a aur-

-vey shows that since the first of

Union Pacific's all-aluminum fleet

r< HENRY II. WELLS, President

J. DOUGLASS MEAD, Vice-Pres.

At the turkey shoot held at Jackson'; E. D. STANNARD, Cashier

range last Sunday the following were

among the winners: M. Bonini, Henry D. E. STANNARD, Asst-Cashier

A. Blumlien, Purdy Outhouse, Charier' iU^V//^V^W

All the Quality features

H27-«obert George Holloway. Armonk.

planes, locomotives and «ream-lineCj2g_{ptank G. Garigliano, Jr., Bedford

trains, also drawings, hand made mlc- j ^

cro&cope and other articles made oi 29—William Henry Clark. Katonah.

collected by the students. 30—Joseph Grunenberg, Bedford.

31—(Harry D. Posner. Bedford Hills.

32->Joseph Patrick Dolicker. Katonah.

Recently twenty-one members and 33—Arnold William Lack. Katonah.

guests of the Faculty Club of Central 34—Curtis Allen Hill. North Salem.

School District of the Town of North 35-sJohn Lawrence Butler. Croton

Salem met at the Hitching Post Inn on i Palls.

the Ridgeneld-Oanfcury Road to par-, 30—Thomas Porsythe. Jr., Katonah.

take of a turkey dinner. 137—Woodrow Wilson Cornine. Somers

The entertainer and invited guest of 38—William Lee. Bedford Hills,

the evening was Wallace B. Bowman ; 39—T. W. Lloyd, Jr.. Katonah.

Department Supervisor of Commercial 40-^Anthony Scarpa, Armonk.

Subjects in the New Rochelle High 41—Clarence Albert Rogers. Katonah.

School 142—Thomas Boyce Nicoll. Katonah.

Mr Bowman in addition to his!43—L. ArceUus Stoddard. Katonah.

teaching and supervisory duties and as 44—George Edd Duff, Katonah.

authorof a typewriting textbood whfch 45-tt£arry Albert Wallgreen, Katonah

is in use in Central High School, is a'40-^John Joseph Wells. Katonah.

mBgfrinn of considerable ability. Fol-147-^Merald Emerson Sloat, Katonah.

lowing the dinner he entertained the 48-^Arthur Prank Mann. Mt. Kisco.

group wrth a great number of card 149-George T. Hodges. New Canaan.

tricks and slight of hand performances

The Faculty decided to sponsor

dinner to be given in honor of the Ceni

stream- tral High School six-men football team

lined, unit-operated nyers nave been QJ ^ fgot th$i thlfi ta Uie ^

built. In addition, 60 trains

"modernized" standard equipment

with Borne streamlined features have

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Gomplete Pump Installation

— Deming and Myera Line —

FULL STOCK — of Shallow and Deep-Well Pumps. Tanks

and Accessories, Cylinders, Parts. Hand Pumps, Motors.

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1940 THE BREWSTER STANDARD — ESTABLISHED 1869 PAGE SEVEN

JAMES SNIDERO *

General Contractor

Tracking

Sand and Gravel

Pbone 402

Marvin Ave,

feoo^eooooc

OUR MOTTO

For a Complete Store

Don't Say:

"Have You Got/'

Say:

"I Want"

The Brewster Stationery

(Op. R. R. Station. Phone 916)

SCHOOL TAX COLLECTOR'S

NOTICE

I have received the warrant for the

collection of School Taxes in School

District No. 13, Town of Southeast,

Putnam County, New York, and will

be at my office in the Town Hall,

Main Street, Brewster, N. Y., Monday,

through Friday, from 9 a. m. to 12 m.,

and from 1 p. m. to 5 p. m.; beginning

October 28, and continuing through

December 6, excepting on November 4,

6 and 21.

Dated Brewster, N. Y. October 23, 1940.

JENNIE E. SLOCUM.

2«o4 Collector.

MEETING OF TRUSTEES TO

HEAR COMPLAINTS

Notice is hereby given that the

trustees of the Village of (Brewster

have made the assessment roll of said

village for 1941 and filed the same in

my office where it may be seen and

examined during office hours until the

,19th day of [November, 1940, at one

o'clock in the afternoon of that day,

at which time the trustees will meet in

my office, Room 5 at 94 Main Street,

Brewster, and remain in session for a

period of four hours, for the purpose

of hearing and determining complaints

of any person in relation to such assessment

roll.

Dated November 4, 1040.

W. BOY1NTON TOWNER,

Village Clerk.

SUPREME COURT:

PUTNAM COUNTY

• • • • • • • •

WHITE PLAINS FED- •

ERAL SAVINGS AND •

LOAN ASSOCIATION, •

Plaintiff, •


-against- * NOTICE Of

* SALE

LOUIS ROTH, JANE C. * No. 95 - 1940

ROTH also known •

aa Janee C. Roth, •

GEORGE B. HANS- •

BURG, HENRY HANS- •

BURG, also known as *

Harry tlsiiriwg, and *

LARRY HANSBURG, •

Defendants, *

In pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure

and sale In the above entitled

action dated October 7th, 1940 and entered

in the office of the Clerk of the

County of Putnam, I, the undersigned,

the Referee in said judgment named

will sell at public auction on the steps

of the County Court House, in Carmel,

Putnam County, New York on the

29th day of November, 1940 at 11

o'clock in the forenoon of that day,

the premises directed by said judgment

to be sold and therein described as

follows:

ALL that certain piece or parcel of

land, situate, in the Town of Carmel,

County of Putnam, and State of New

York, shown on a map entitled Proposed

Subdivision of property belonging

to Mahopac Falls Park, Inc., situate

in the Town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, Scale V 100 ft.

dated June 22, 1927. Walter K. Koch,

Surveyor and filed in the office of the

County Clerk of Putnam County on

May 25,1929. as Map Number 116A the

plot herein oonveyed bounded as

follows:

BEGINNING at a stone wall forming

the boundary between said plot

and the property of 8. Towbin at the

junction with the stone wall on the

Mahopac Falls-Long Pond Road at a

point approximately 97 feet west of a

point forming the first turn to the

Wixson Pond Road, said first stone

wall constituting also the enclosure ot

the apple orchard which is part of the

plot conveyed herein and extended in

a southerly direction 96 feet; thence in

a Westerly direction 87 feet; thence

again in a southerly direction 59 feet;

thence again in a general westerly

direction 59 feet; thence again in a

general westerly direction to a point

166 feet south of the wall enclosing

said plot from the Mahopac Fall-

Wixaon Pond Road at the left end of

the gate past the barns located at said

plot the southerly boundary thereof

being a line parallel with the Mahopac

Falls-Long Pond Road so that every

point thereof shall be 166 feet south of

said road making said plot 166 feet in

depth throughout its entire length except

the easterly portion thereof 97

feet from the beginning of the said

plot which shall be only 96 feet in

depth and having a frontage along

said stone wall on Mahopac FalU-

Long Pond Road of 48J.6 feet more or

less.

TOG-bTiiEH with the main building,

main barns, well pump, outhouses belonging

to and being located on said

plot.

SUBJECT to all mining and mineral

right* and to restrictions of record.

Dated: October Bth. 1940.

WTF.T.I6 RYDER.

Referee.

CHARUas EVERETT MOORE. ESQ

Attorney for Plaintiff

Office & P. O. Address

No. in Court Street

Wbite Plains, New York

CHURCH NOTICES

Rev. Henry C. Breen, Rector

Mass Schedule •

St. Joseph's, Croton Falls—9 and

11 a. m.

St. John's, North Salem—9

St. Michael's, Gold ens Bridge—40:30.

Old Saint Lake's Church of Somen

Rev. S. R. Brlnokerhoff, Rector.

•very Sunday.

8 a.m., Holy Communion.

First Sunday of each month.

9:30 a. m., Church School.

10:30 a. m., Holy Communion and

Sermon.

All other Sundays.

2:80 p. m., Church School.

VtM p. m.. Evening Prayer and Ser-

Holy Days.

8 a.m., Holy Communion.

ST. JAMES' CHURCH

North Salem, N. Y.

Rev. S. R Brinckerhoff, Rector

Services

Sunday, November 17, 1940

10 a. m. Church School.

11 a. m. Morning Prayer and Litany

Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 21st

9 a. m. Morning Prayer and sermon

Church of St. Lawrence OToole

M Prospect Street, Brewster, N. Y.

Rev. Thomas G. Philbin, Rector

Sunday Masses 7 a. m.. 9 a. m„ 11

a. m.

Weekday Mass, 7 a. m.

Communion Sundays. 1st Sunday,

Rosary Society, 7 o'clock Mass. Children

9 o'clock Mass Altar Society.

2d Sunday, Holy Name Society, 7

o'clock Mam.

3d Sunday, Children of Mary 7

o'clock Mass.

1st Friday, Masses at 5:30 and 7

o'clock. Communion also at 6 a. m.

8:80 a. m. and 8 a. m.

Confessions Saturday afternoon and

evening, 4:30 to 8, 7:80 to 9.

Thursday before the 1st Friday. «

to f, 7::80 to 9.

Townem

Sunday Maas 10 a. m.

LAKE CARMEL

Rev. William F. McCarthy

Commencing Sunday, May 26, Sunday

Masses will be celebrated at 9 a

m. and 11 a. m., at the Roman Catholic

Church, Lake Carmel.

m Baptist Clraren

Sunday School 10 a. m.

Worship service 11 a. m.

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church

Rev. Frederick A Coleman, Rector

8 a. m. Holy Communion.

19. Church School.

11. Morning Prayer and sermon

Thursday, 7:90 p. m. Choir rehearsal

Friday, 7:30 p. m. Young Peoples

Group.

METHODIST CHURCH

Charles A Dann, Pastor

Church School, 10 a. m.

Morning service, 11 a. m.

Evening service, 7:80 p. m.

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

Rev. Ernest D. Vanderburgh, Pastor

Sunday — Church School, 10 a. m.

Morning Worship, 11 a. m.

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

"Mortals and Immortals" is the

subject of the Lesson-Sermon in all

Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday,

November 17.

The Golden Text is: "He that loveth

his life shall lose it; and he that hateth

his life in this world shall keep it unto

life eternal" (John 12: 26).

Among the citations which comprise

the Lesson-Sermon is the folowing

from the Bible: "Thus saith the Lord;

Cursed be the man that trusteth in

man, and maketh flesh his arm, and

whose heart departeth from the Lord.

For he shall be like the heath in the

desert, and shall not see when good

cometh; but shall inhabit the parched

places in the wilderness, in a salt land

and not inhabited. Blessed is the man

that trusteth in the Lord, and whose

hope the Lord is. For he shall be as a

tree planted by the waters, and that

spreadeth out her roots by the river,

and shall not see when heat cometh,

but her leaf shall be green; and shall

not be careful in the year of drought,

neither shall cease from yielding

fruit" (Jeremiah 17: 5-9).

The (Lesson-Sermon also includes the

following selections from the textbook

of Christian Science, "Science and

Health with Key to the Scriptures," by

Mary Baker Eddy: "Mortals obtain the

harmony of health, only as they forsake

discord, acknowledge the supremacy

of divine Mind, and abandon

their material beliefs. . . . The action

of so-called mortal mind must be destroyed

by the divine Mind to bring

out the harmony of being" (page 400).

o

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Get it TODAY.

HOPES DRUG STOKE

Eighty-six per cent of all

trucks are privately owned.

motor

Tony Cioccolanti I

General Contractor

and Mason

Brewster, N. Y.

Telephone 2371

Women Workers at 'Voice Clinics*

Talk Their Way to Better Speech

•Playbacks' From Records of Actual Conversations Used

for Mutual Criticism and Suggestions for

Improving Tone and Clearness

"Oh! Is that how I Bound over the

telephone?" The young woman listened

with astonishment as the words she

had Just spoken came back to her

from the "voico mirror." She was one

of a group at a "voice clinic" conducted

by the New York Telephone

Company for those who handle calls

at switchboards in private offices and

other places of business.

A large number of young women

thus employed by concerns in downtown

New York City have recently

been checking up on the proper use ot

their voices. The classes to which they

come by invitation are directed by

experienced instructors who do voice

development work with operators in

the company's many central offices.

In the clasBwork two of the ten

"students" in the group carry on a conversation,

one taking the part of a

calling customer and the other the

part of an attendant at a private

branch exchange switchboard, which

in telephone "lingo" 1B known as a

"P.B.X." This conversation is recorded

on the magnetic tape of the voice mirror

and is then "played back" so that

all of the members of the class, listening

with earphones, can hear. The recorded

speech is then analyzed by the

voice Instructor and the pupil, and

ways to Improve it are discussed and

tried.

During an afternoon's session each

READER OF LIPS

First Child In U. S. to Learn This Art

Aided by Telephone's Inventor

The first deaf child in the Uuited

States to be taught to speak by reading

lipB passed away recently, aged 88.

She was Jennie Lippit, later Mrs. William

B. Wutden, of Rhode Island.

Her affliction drew the attention of

teachers and scientists, including Horace

Mann, Samuel Howe aud Alexander

Graham Bell. This and her own later

efforts for others inspired the founding

of several schools for persons similarly

a filleted.

Dr. Bell as a young man was a

teacher of the deaf. His investigations

into the nature of sound led him to

study electricity, particularly as related

to telegraphy, and this in turn

resulted indirectly in his invention of

the telephone.

Again, out of the progress of telephone

science came devices to aid the

hard of hearing and to provide means

for artificial speech for persons whose

vocal chords had been destroyed.

Thus It has been said that Bell's

interests in helping those who were

speechless through lack of hearing resulted

ultimately in wideniug the

world of sound, not only for normal

voices and ears, but for those in whom

these faculties are impaired.

With Shower of Nickels

Manages to Catch Plane

A useful coin is the nickel, which

sometimes "takes you places"

faster than dollars and billB. J. K.

Li in New York City wauled recently

to get the next plane to Boston.

The air lines office told him

that the quickest way to get bil

ticket was to go to the nearest telegraph

olliee a:id pay for it.

\\;rii pj v minutes to

spare. Li got S11J5 worth of nickels,

dimes and quarters--but mostly

nickels—and made for the QBarest

coiu box telephone,, He ealli d

up the telegraph company, explained

what he wanted, said

"Hare's the tnnay," and without

further ado U d coins into the box.

Far almofct four minutes the balls

of the coin hox tolled away as the

small change dropped into the slot.

This unusual way of paying airplane

fare presented a little problem

tor the air lines and communication

concerns—but I..1 got to Boston

oh time.

member of the group has several opportunities

to hear how her voice

sounds over the telephone, and to

practice methods suggested by the instructor

Tor increasing the clarity and

effectiveness of her voice. Using the

mirror several times gives tho operators

opportunity to observe improvements

brought about by practice.

The voice clinics, which at present

are experimental, are only a part of

the company'^ extensive service for

P.B.X. attendants and their employers.

It maintains six schools for such pur-

Members of the telephone class,

equipped with earphones, assemble

for discussion of the advantages of

the proper use of the voice. Below:

"Ah"—here's the way she says It.

poses—three in New York City and

one each in Albany, Syracuse and

Buffalo—where these young women

can receive Instruction in operating

various types of switchboard apparatus

from experienced central office instructors.

Even in those cities where

there are no training schools, business

Arms can arrange for telephone company

assistance in training attendants

on their own premises.

It is estimated that more than half

of the telephone calls in New York

State's larger citieB either originate or

terminate, or both, in these P.B.X.

switchboards. In addition the P.B.X.

attendant handles calls between extension

telephones served by the P.B.X.,

which is, in effect, a miniature central

office.

There are more than 35,000 private

branch exchauges in New York State,

serving nearly three-quarters of a million

telephones. These range in size

from small switchboards serving six

or seven telephones to others serving

several thousand telephones and comparable

in size to a central office in a

small city.

ORACLES AT WORLD'S FAIR

HANDLED MANY INQUIRIES

Visitors to the New York World's

Fair posed more than 1,000,000 questions

in some 585,000 telephone calls

to the Fair Telephone Information

Service during the 1939 and 1940

seasons.

ABsIstlug Air. and Mrs. John Q. Public

around the Fair, as many as twelve

information clerks were on duty at a

time. Upwards of 8,000 calls were received

at the Information switchboard

during a busy day.

Many rails were from visitors using

the 1,000 public telephones scattered

over the fair grounds. A considerable

number of calls were from distant

points.

While most of the inquiries had to

do with the Fair and directions from

place to place, there were many which

required research.

"How tall is the King of England?",

was one question. Others were: "Where

can I buy a small statue of a tomcat?"

"What size rope is used on the foreign

flag poleB in the Court of Peace?"

"Whut is the name of these flowers?"

"Where can I buy an old-fashioned

lamp post?"

SETTING THE PACE

I3y means of a round-robin IOUK distance

telephone conference, Jacoh M.

i Lashh-y. president of the American

r r Association, in Washington. D. C,

recently organised a jatioual defense

committee of ten members in various

of the country. This committee,

headed by Edmund liuiliu Bockwith, of

New Yuri: City, is to aid local bar associations

on problems concerned with

the nation's selective military service.

The Real Thing

Natural courtesy is "not a gesture,

but u way of life." as defined by Arthur

W. J Ideal of the American

Telephone & Telegraph Company.

Among telephone men and women it

is regarded, he says, aB "politeness

which is us near uufalling courtesy as

human nature allows, plus a genuine

desire to make the company a friendly

and helpful institution."

Uuring Puerto Rico Day at the New

York World's Fair. Governor William

D. Leahy ut his official residence in

San Juau, addressed the assemblage

in the Fair's Puerto Kico Pavilion by

telephone.

Trinity Lutheran Church Notes

ST. ANDREWS CHURCH Come." st. George Windsor.

Chant. "O Praise the Lord." Boyce.

Orange (Hall, Park, St., (Brewster, N. Y. Rev. Frederick A. Coleman, Rector Te Deum in "F" Boskerch.

Pastor, "William M. Born

8 a. m. Holy Communion.

Benedictus, Feltan.

Services: Sunday S p. m.

10. Sunday School.

Hymn. "We Plow the Fields and Scat­

Sunday School: 9:15 a. an.

14. The Annual Ingathering Service ter." Claudius.

The World's Fair is closed and The members of the Sunday Schoo: Anthem. "Praise the Lord. O My Soul *

lingers only as a memory in the minds,will bring donations of fruit, canned Maker.

of its visitors—however the Lutheran i goods, etc. These are used to decorate Reo. Hymn. "For the Beauty of the

record at the 1940 season of the Fair the Altar for Thanksgiving Day and Earth." Hopkins. .

is a credit to all 1/utherans, especially after taken to the less forunate familiee Postlude. 'Tllgrim Chorus." Wagner.

to J. F. 'F. Nickelsburg, executive of in the Parish. This Is also the regulat

the American Lutheran Publicity Family Day service when Parents and Automobile and truck users paid out

Bureau and chairman of the Lutheran Children sit together in the Church, $1,722,000,000 in local, state, and feder­

World's Fair Bureau.

Monday. 7:80 p. m. The Acolytes al taxes during the last 12 months, or

At the Temple of Religion the Luth­ Guild.

one out of every nine dollars collected

erans have sponsored 66 events. We are

Tuesday. 8:16 p. m. The Men of the for taxes in the country.

grateful too, for the recognition of the

Parish have all been Invited to attend

Fair in awarding a bronze plaque of

a meeting which is to be addressed by

honor to the Bureau for outstanding ;Major carni Williams, retired of tht

service and the uniformly high quality

United States Army. He will speak on

of the Lutheran programs. Congratula­

the topic, "National Preparedness." Horn's

tions to chairman and Bureau, for the

Lutherans are the only religious group

Wednesday. 7:30. Choir Rehearsal.

to receive this recognition.

Thursday. Thanksgiving Day. Services

as follows:

Funeral

Now as to the children's oamp at

Towners—Unquestionably, the summer

8 a.m. Holy Communion.

home had the best season in several

10. Special Thanksgiving Day Ser­

years.

vice.

Service

Extended and necessary repairs put

Address by the Rev. Ernest Vander­ Onr service available to all re­

everything into good working order.

burgh.

Friday. 7:30 p. m. The PI Alpha Fra­

The new electric pump and water

gardless of Financial condition.

ternity.

tank provided health security. A new

bridge was built, the roadway and new, Th^n^lving^Day

Music at the 10 a. m. Service on

Pawling, N. Y.

concrete foundation ^proved. Above ^ p^ude. "Ode of Thanksgiving'

all. they had a splendid group of'„„n.......

Phone Ml

Beethoven.

counsellors. The chaplain idea should Pro. Hymn "Come, ye Thankful People

be made permanent. The cooks were

splendid. 236 children enjoyed life mooooodooooooooooooooooooooooooofrooodoooooooooooooo*

there and were physically and spiritually

benefited. Miss Louise and her Residence - 65

PHONE Office - 158

associates assuredly made the most of

the camp's 26th year.

Throughout the year, follow-up visitation

will be made on some of the

children, the summer camp represents A. P. BUDD

a twelve months interest in the little

ones, and to quote Miss Louise, if all

the bills were paid, how happy we INSURANCE AND REAL

would be.

The pair of beautiful

.....

candlesticks

Mortgage Loans, Mortgages Bought and Sold

given Trinity Lutheran by Ithaca

Lutheran Church were dedicated at

our last service, and our efficient new

pianist, Miss Doris Luther of Croton

Savings Bank Building

Falls accompanied for the first time.

Her services are deeply appreciated by

the congregation, and her (fine rendi­

oooooooos

tions pleased everyone.

Next Sunday evening, the local

Grange, in whose hall we have conducted

our" services for nearly two Penny Electric Co.

years, will attend our service in a

body. We trust that a large number

of our own members will be on hand

Electrical Contractors

to greet them and give them a welcome

typical of our congregation. We have

had most pleasant contact with them

Estimates Cheerfully Given

in our associations and wish to show

our appreciation. Mrs. O. Zecher will

We Repair All Kinds of Radios

give us one of her One solo renditions

at that time. Our thoughts and prayers

are with Dr. H. Brezing, head of

the Wartburg Home in Mt. Vernon, N.

Y. Dr. Brezing suffered a stroke dur­

Tel. 644-776 Brewster, N. Y.

ing the past week, tout is reported as

having made some improvement. Mem­

$$$$o$$e*fr?ee$^$$$o9000 OOOSOfr

bers will remember several occasions on

which Dr. Brezing acted as Pastor

when Pastor Horn was obliged to be

absent.

There should be interesting matters

to be reported next week in giving an

account of the council and Ladles En­

ADRIAN CARGAIN

the late Edward

deavor

week.

meetings taking

°

place this

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

Each Sunday: Church School, 10 fk

m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Sermon

November 17: "Thankful Giving."

A cake sale is being held by the Women's

Missionary Society on Thursday

November 14, 3 to 6 p. m., in the home

of Mrs. Joseph Losee.

The School of Religion for Teachert

and Parents in the" Methodist Church

in Mahopac, sponsored by Croton Valley

Ministers' Association for Church

School teachers and parents of all denominations,

is to continue through

December 3. It meete each Tuesday

evening at 7:30.

A special evening service is to be

held in this Church, Sunday evening

December .1, at 8 p. m. The Daughter:

of the Eastern Star are to be om

guests at this Service. Everyone ix

cordially invited to come.

The Ladies' Aid invites you to coou

to the bridge party to be held in the

home of Mrs. H. H. Wells, next Monday

evening, November 18, at 8:30.

The Church's Information Houi

meets again Sunday evening, November

24, in the Manse, at 6 o'clock. Tht

discussion subject is "St. Augustine

Powerful Leader and Turbulent Spirit.*

The Hour is mainly for people pasi

First Year High School, but everyone

is welcome.

o

Enough workers to support a state

with the population of Nebraska pass

through the gates of the automobile

industry's' plants each working day.

.,%,

Most infants are born with enough

iron in their bodies to last for about

six months; after that it must be supplied

in other ways. For information on

feeding babies and mothers of babies,

Cornell offers bulletin E-300, free to

New York 6tate residents who write to

the Office of Publication, Roberts Hall.

Ithaca, New York.

]|r Reverence Cannot Be

~jr Measured Nor Can

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PAGE EIGHT THE BREWSTER STANDARD — ESTABLISHED 1869 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1940

Men With Radio Voices, Fast Craft

Guard Our Nation's Long Coastline

New York District of Coast Guard Has Ready Force of

3,750 Mariners Trained for Rescues and Many

Other Duties Along Busy Shores

To protect lives and property and

enforce the law In the waters along

the nation's 12,000-odd miles of coastline,

the United States Coast Guard

relies increasingly on speedy communication

as well as on transportation

provided by hundreds of fast

boats and airplanes. Living up to their

watchword "Always ready," more than

16,000 trained Guardsmen, at strategic

posts fringing the shores and in craft

at sea and aloft, make extensive use of

munication center at Far Rockaway

on Long Island, and with the scores

of coastal stations and observation

posts extending all the way from New

London to the southernmost tip of

Delaware. Connected with the nationwide

telephone and teletype systems,

the Guardsmen also transmit and receive

reports to and from all parts of

the country.

On more than 9,760 occasions in one

year, the Coast Guard went to the at-

D In .national Not » .-..-.to

Coast Guard In action: (top) During parade time at their Academy.

New London, where officers are trained; (lower right) Lifeboat crew of

cutter at oars; (lower left) Rescue by breeches buoy.

radio telephones. Many of the smaller

as well as larger vessels now use

these Instruments to transmit information

and orders.

In the New York District of the service,

patrolling some 600 miles of

the busiest coastline, including Long

Island, a fleet of thirty "picket boats,"

assigned to lifesaving and other duties

near shore, were recently equipped

with this two-way meanB of voice communication.

Previously these boats

could receive radio messages but not

transmit them.

For years nearly all of the larger

vessels of the nation's coaBtal fleet

have been equipped with complete

radio telephone and wireless facilities

by which they may be summoned to

or from points even hundreds of miles

at sea. Coast Guard pilots, who operate

a fleet of more than 60 airplanes

in their ceaseless watch over the

waters, are able to receive telephoned

instructions during flights us well as

when at ground stations. At the Coast

Guard's station at Floyd Bennett Field,

Long Island, eight of these planes are

on duty.

In the New York District the Coast

Guard has a force of 3,760 men, many

of them at the busiest posts where

commercial and private craft are numerous,

and fishing and bathing activities

extensive. From headquarters in

the Custom House in New York City,

officials using telephones, teletype and

other means of communication keep in

close touch with the main radio com-

Preventing Misfits

Paradoxically, industrial education

can perform just as valuable a

service by leading a boy away from

industrial occupations as towards

them, says John F. Friese, associate

professor of industrial education

at the Pennsylvania State college.

"Helping to prevent occupational

misfits is economically sound and

socially desirable," he explained.

"The industrial arts, particularly

when the try-out aim is emphasized,

assist in vocational guidance

through their directing influence on a

boy either toward or away from

industrial pursuits."

Professor Friese pointed out also

that industrial education as taught

in the schools is a great social leveler,

bringing together boys "from

both sides of the track" as active

co-workers, and showing all of them

how more than half of America's

wage earners work.

Salt Beds of Michigan

Hold Great Reservoir

LANSING, MICH.—Conservation

department officials estimated that

Michigan, the nation's leading saltproducing

area, has 32,000 square

miles of salt under its southern

peninsula—enough to supply the

world for 1,000,000 years.

The department's estimates

showed that the entire area could be

covered to a depth of more than 500

feet with the surplus underground.

O. F. Poindexttr, department geological

engineer who made the survey,

said the salt varies in its depth

below the ground from 1,000 to 5,000

feet.

The present evident surplus, Poindexter

said, also would supply the

United States for 3,000,000 years.

Michigan annually supplies 25 per

cent of the salt consumed for table

and industrial use.

sistance of endangered vessels, carrying

cargoeB valued at more than

$G3,000,000. From shipwrecks and other

place? of peril, these "good Samaritans

of the sea" rescued and possibly

saved the lives of 10,616 persons.

Meanwhile the Guard cared for 412

other persons in distress, providing

medical aid for many of them. It

boarded and checked on 32,065 vessels,

and removed or destroyed 26G derelicts

and other obstructions to navigation.

The Coast Guard's greatest service,

however, is in preventing disasters.

Since July, 1039, the Guard has been

combined with the Lighthouse Service,

and therefore looks after extensive

navigation facilities, guiding numerous

vessels through waterways. It also

now provides weather reports to craft

and to the Government weather bureaus

in charting the approach of

storms at sea.

Guardsmen chart the movement •!

icebergs far at sea and warn navigators

against them. They help to clear

icebound bays and rivers. They protect

the fishing grounds of Alaska and

in other waters. At present they are

also taking part in the nation's neutrality

patrol, and among their many

activities patrol the waters for hundreds

of regattas and marine parades

staged each year. In fact these guardians

of our shores are "almost everywhere"

on coast or water in times of

need.

Squanders More Than

His Fortune in Minutes

"A fool and his money are soon

parted," runs an old proverb, and

Lazzio Manzak, 21, a clerk in a

Budapest hardware store, earning

only 25 pengoes, ($4.25) a week, is

convinced that truer words were

never spoken.

Manzak inherited 14,000 pengoes

from a long lost uncle. This was

an immense fortune for the poor

clerk, who couldn't hope to see that

much money if he lived to be a

hundred.

So he started to celebrate. Among

some of the things he did was to

drive off in a car standing on the

road. He had never driven a car,

but was a car fiend. His escapade

proved expensive when he was later

arrested and the court sentenced

him to pay 15,240 pengoes damages.

This was exactly 1,240 more than he

had inherited. And now he scrimps

and saves thinking of the sensible

use he might have made of the legacy.

Carries Toad for Luck

A. H. Martin, a soldier, carries a

toad around in his pocket for good

luck. He recently looked at rooms

for rent in a California town, and

when he left, he forgot to take the

pet along with him.

When the lady of the house discovered

the horned toad, consternation

was thrown about the neighborhood.

They couldn't identify it, and

not knowing whether it was some

poisonous reptile, sequestered it until

they could learn more about the

species.

Everything was cleared up when

Martin appeared a few days later

and rented the room. He explained

matters and the mystery was

solved.

Ackerman Sees Peril

To Freedom of Press

(Continued from Page 1)

pointed out that more 7O0 schools, colleges

and universities taught journalism

as a professional subject and that

the Department of Labor, the Federal

Civil Service Commission and the

Census .Bureau had long classified

those engaged in journalism as professionals.

He praised the American Newspaper

Publishers Association for Its opposition

to the act's application to the

press and defended the organization

against charges that It Is a reactionary

group making a plea for special

privileges and exemptions for newspaper

owners and managers.

Privileges Held Essential

The important question in this respect,

he declared, is not whether newspaper

publishers seek special privileges

and exemptions. Instead, he said, it' is,

"How can a newspaper fulfill its constitutional

obligations If It admits that

it is entitled to no special privileges

and exemptions?"

Answering that question, he pointed

out that education Institutions claimed

and obtained such privileges and exemptions

and he argued that the newspaper

also was an essential educational

medium. Without an informed and enlightened

electorate, he said, democracy

cannot exist. Unless the press is

economically as well as politically independent

of government, he added, it

cannot be in a position to enlighten

a free people.

"Freedom of the press," he continued,

"is inherently of such a nature that

while it is a right existing for the benefit

of the people, the exercise and defense

of the right are the obligation

and duty of newspapers and other publications.

In that sense freedom of the

press is essentially a special privilege

and exemption, for after all there is

such a thing as the First Amendment and

there is no corresponding guarantee

for ordinary commercial enterprise

The duty to defend the right includes

the obligation not to waive It."

Dean Ackerman asserted that the

press had been and was today the nation's

proving ground for individual

liberties because it was the one agency

of democracy that was most sensitive

to the public effects of the extension

and the abuse of arbitrary power. He

charged that these Individual rights

were continually being "whittled

down" by the centralization of government.

This "process of attrition," he

indicated, involves the danger of making

the Bill of Rights only a "footnote

in history."

o

Enough workers to support a state

with the population of Nebraska pass

through the gates of the automobile

industry's' plants each working day.

The forty-first annual National

Automobile Show, staged in New York's

Grand Central Palace, Oct. 12-20, is the

nation's oldest Industrial exposition

having a continuous existence.

. o

Most infants are born with enough

iron in their bodies to last for about

six months; after that it must be supplied

in other ways. For information on

feeding babies and mothers of babies,

Cornell offers bulletin E-300, free to

New York State residents who write to

he Office of Publication, Roberts Hall,

thaca, New York.

'Fiery Serpent 9

Defense Notion

Texan's Idea Is to Pour Oil

Into Rio Grande and

Fire It

AUSTIN, TEXAS.—A fiery serpent

of burning Texas oil wriggling 1,185

miles from El Paso to the Gulf of

Mexico is the latest defense idea

of Texans who are fidgety about

possible land invasions by enemies

crossing the Rio Grande.

Jerry Sadler, Texas railroad

commissioner, sponsors the proposal

to pour oil in the Rio Grande

and set it afire if an attack occurs.

"If only 10 wells would turn loose

oil into the Rio Grande it would be

impossible for any invading army

to cross the river. This oil, when

set ablaze, would shoot flames hundreds

of feet high and would continue

to burn fiercely as long as the

oil flowed into the river," Sadler,

one of the three members of the

Texas oil industry regulatory body,

explained.

Other suggestions coming before

Sadler's have been: a barbed wire

fence along the Rio Grande. "Electrify

the fence," suggested another.

A concrete pill box every 100 yards.

Floodlights every 100 yards (like

night baseball).

Yates Field Near By.

Although there are numerous oilfields

in the southern tip of Texas,

Sadler counts on the famous Yates

pool to feed his military furnace.

Yates field has a 24-hour potential

yield of about 8,000,000 barrels. Located

in west Texas, about 240 miles

east of El Paso, Sadler says this

field would be tapped by pipelines

running to the river. A line already

runs down to Del Rio, within

three miles of the river bank. Its

capacity is 40,000 barrels every 12

hours if equipped with booster stations

at grades. This line could be

tapped 17 miles north of Langtry to

pour crude oil into the Rio Grande

uprlver from Del Rio.

Another oil pipe line runs parallel

to the Rio Grande at a distance of

about 70 miles—which is no distance

to Texans.

After rounding the rugged wilderness

of the Big Bend, the Rio

Grande cuts north to within 70 miles

of the Yates pool itself, before slanting

back to the southeast. Sadler

says another spigot could be put

there. Preferably, he suggests running

pipe lines parallel to the river

and feeding a serpent of fire through

strategically placed feeder lines.

Perfect Reservoir.

The Yates pool is the perfect reservoir,

he points out, not only because

of its enormous supply of oil,

but because there is a terrific gas

pressure that eliminates need for

pumping. The. field is located at an

elevation of about 2,800" TeeT. TRe

Rio Grande at Langtry is at elevation,

1,315 feet. Sadler isn't particularly

worried about a motorized

enemy crossing over through the

Big Bend region where the Rio

Grande has cut St. Helena canyon

1,516 feet deep and Marsical canyon

1,675 feet.

Feeding his fire line between the

Big Bend of the Rio Grande and El

Paso seems feasible to Sadler because

there is another pipe line running

from the midst of Winkler county's

14 oilfields—north of Yates—to

El Paso.

Sadler's suggestion is to pour the

oil on the Rio Grande's water—if

there is any, for the river runs

through a very arid region—and let

the flaming oil ride toward the gulf.

The bed of the river is inclined

at a drop of 80 feet every 35 miles.

Old Wooden Schooner

Is Called Back by War

BOSTON.—The old four-masted

wooden schooner Helen Barnet

Gring has been called from retirement

to help fill a wartime demand

for shipping.

Purchased by Capt. William F.

Plummer of Bath, Maine, the vessel

is sailing between Boston and

Norfolk, Va., as a coal carrier. A

202-foot ship, the Gring was forced

into retirement at the close of the

World war when oil and steam shipping

drove windjammers from the

seas as cargo ships.

RIDGEFIELD

PLAYHOUSE

Ample Parking Space - Tel. 1000

Fri. - Sat., Nov. 15 - 16

"Knute Rockne"

starring

PAT O'BRIEN

— Also —

WALT DISNEY CARTOON

Sun. - Mon. Nov, 17-18

"The Westerner"

with

GARY COOPER

Tues. - Wed., Nov. 19 - 20

"The Ramparts

We Watch"

— Also —

Shark Hunting

Thura.-Fri.-Sat, Nov. 21-22-23

"Spring Parade"

with

DEANA DURBIN

MISCHA AUK It

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PALACE

Danbury, Conn.

4 DAYS BEG. SAT. NOV. 16th

FRED MacMTJRRAY

PATRICIA MORISON

in

"Rangers of Fortune"

Co-Feature

"Christmas In July"

with

DICK POWELL

3 DAYS BEG. WED. NOV. 20th

'Dispatch from Reuters'

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1940

ELECTRIC COOKING

MOTHER: Flameleaa —

fumeless — fast Like

magic .. .

DAUGHTER: Yea. fast

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light. And meats stay

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vitamins, baking always

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Just 21 years ago, the first state tax

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EMPRESS

Danbury

STARTING TIIURS. NOV. 14th

—For One Week—

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NELSON EDDY

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COMING TIIURS. NOV. 21st

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BREWSTER, NEW YORK, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1940


®fje Pretoster ^tanbarb

Brewster, Putnam County, N. Y., Thursday, November 14, 1940

SALE OF LAND IN PUTNAM COUN­

TY FOR UNPAID TAXES FOR THE

TEAR 19S7

In accordance with Chapter 180 of the

Laws of 1900, as amended, NOTICE IS

HEREBY GIVEN that at the Putnam

County Court House in Carmel, N. Y.,

on the 25th day of November, 1940, at

eleven o'clock A. M. and from day to

day thereafter until the sale is com­

pleted, the undersigned will sell each

of the parcels of land hereinafter de­

scribed at Public Auction to discharge

the tax, penalty and interest and ex­

penses of sale which shall be due there­

on 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 wfll be due

at the time of sale.

SOUTHEAST

1. 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, bounded north by

lands of Mrs. Reuben Hodge, east by

the Highway, south by the Highway,

west by the Highway. Assessed, William

Appell. Tax, 1937, $93.98. Fire District

Tax, $1.91. Amount due, $112.18. Sup­

posed owner, William Appell.

2. A tract of land situate at Peace­

able Hill, Brewster, in the town of

Southeast, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plot No. 7-B on a map of

lands of Curtis and Hazzard filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 141. Assessed, Alfred and

Evelyn Dahm. Tax, 1937, $2.09. Fire

District Tax, $0.04. Amount due, $13.74.

Supposed owners, Alfred and Evelyn

Dahm.

3. A tract of land located at Star

Ridge, in the southeastern part of the

town of Southeast, Putnam County,

New York, containing about four acres,

bounded north by lands of W. E. Dodd,

east by lands of Elizabeth Storm, south

by lands of J. P. Peffer, west by the

Highway. Assessed, Maude M Dodd.

Returned School Tax, 1937, $4.22.

Amount due, $15.93. Supposed owner,

Maude M Dodd.

4. A tract of land located at Croton

Mines, in the southwestern part of the

town of Southeast, Putnam County, New

York, containing about thirty-three

acres, bounded north by lands of L. M.

Ditmars, east by lands of Croton Mag­

netic Iron Company, south by lands of

Henry Juengst, Sr., west by lands of

New York Central Railroad. Assessed,

Charlotte Elman and Fannie Ratette.

Tax, 1937, $20.89. Fire District Tax,

$0.43. Returned School Tax, 1936, $9.21.

Amount due, $43.56. Supposed owners,

Charlotte M. Elman and Fannie Ratette.

5. A house and a tract of land located

at Turk Hill, in the southern part of the

town of Southeast, Putnam County,

New York, bounded north by lands of

H. H. Vreeland, east by lands of Star

Ridge Corporation, south by lands of

Star Ridge Corporation, west by the

Highway. Assessed, Festus Eastwood.

Tax. 1937, $20.89. Fire District Tax,

$0.43. Amount due, $33.89. Supposed

owner, Festus Eastwood.

6. A cottage and a tract of land situ­

ate at Tonetta Lake, in the town of

Southeast, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plot No. 20, on a map of lands

of Toneitta Lake Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 75-B. Assessed, Joseph R. Four-

neir. Tax, 1937, $33.42. Fire District Tax,

$0.68. Amount due, $47.31. Supposed

owner, Joseph R. Fourneir. •

8. A tract of land located at North

Brewster, in the central part of the

town of Southeast, Putnam County,

New York, bounded north by lands of

G. Hines, east by lands of G. Hines,

south by lands of F. Foran, west by

lands of M. Grady. Assessed, Mrs. Mar­

tin Grady. Tax. 1937, $2.09. Fire District

Tax, $0.04. Returned School Tax, 1936,

$1.84. Amount due, $15.67. Supposed

owner, Mrs. Martin Grady.

9. A tract of land situate at Peaceable

Hill, Brewster, in the town of South­

east. Putnam County, New York, known

as Plot No. 06 on a map of lands of

Curtis and Hazzard filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

109. Assessed, Bertha Gruber. Tax, 1937,

$2.09. Fire District Tax, $0.04. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $1.84. Amount due,

$15.67. Supposed owner. Bertha Gruber.

10. A tract of land located at Turk

Hill, in the southern part of the town

of Southeast, Putnam County, New

York, bounded north by lands of Hi-

Pines Incorporated, east by the High­

way, south by lands of P. W. Monroe,

west by lands of V. Drefus. Assessed,

Mrs. M. E. Goodwin. Tax, 1937, $125.31.

Fire District Tax, $2.55. Amount due.

$145.75. Supposed owner, Mrs. M. E.

Goodwin.

11. A mercantile building, residence

and garage located at Main Street,

Brewster, in the central part of the

town of Southeast. Putnam County.

New York, bounded north by Main

Street, east by lands of L. Cahaskie Es­

tate, south by Marvin Avenue, west by

Town Hall. Assessed. Samuel Gruber.

Returned School Tax. 1936, $239.42.

Amount due $262.89. Supposed owner.

Samuel Gruber.

18. A tract of land situate at Tonetta

Lake, in the town of Southeast, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plot No.

2L, on a map of lands of Tonetta Lake

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 101-A.

Assessed, Georgiana D. Johnson. Tax,

1937, $4.18. Fire District Tax. $0.09.

Amount due, $15.98. Supposed owner,

Georgiana D. Johnson.

14. A tract of land situate at Hillside

Park, in the town of Southeast, Putnam

County, New York, containing fourteen

acres, on a map of lands of Woodland

Terrace filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 158. Assessed,

Francis Jerlinski. Tax, 1937, $41.77. Fire

District Tax, $0.85. Returned School

Tax, 1936, $18.42. Amount due, $75.59.

Supposed owner, Francis Jerlinski.

15. A tract of land situate at Hillside

Park, in the town of Southeast, Putnam

County, New York, on map of Wood­

land Terrace filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 158. As­

sessed, Florence R. Lambert. Tax, 1937,

$5221. Fire District Tax, $1.06. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $23.02. Amount due,

$91.60. Supposed owner, Florence R.

Lambert.

17. A tract of land situate at Daisy

Lane, in the southwestern part of the

town of Southeast, Putnam County,

New York, containing about tyenty-

three acres, bounded north by lands of

J. Crosby, east by lands of Croton Mag­

netic Iron Company, south by lands of

P. Micerani, west by the Carmel

Southeast Town Line. Assessed, Ethel

Marlow. Tax, 1937, $16.71. Returned

School Tax, 1937, assessed in name of

Stephen and James Hold en, $6.73.

Amount due, $36.11. Supposed owner,

Ethel Marlow.

18. A tract of land situate at Peace­

able Hill, Brewster, in the town of

Southeast, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plot No. Bl on a map of lands

of Curtis and Hazzard filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

109. Assessed, Putnam Sales and Stor­

age. Tax, 1937, $4.18. Fire District Tax,

$0.09. Amount due, $1528. Supposed

owner, Putnam Sales and Storage.

19. A tract of land situate in the town

of Southeast, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plot No. 11 on a map

of lands of Tonetta Lake Park filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. Part 1. Assessed, Virgil and

Annie Polley. Returned School Tax,

1936, $2.76. Amount due, $14.40. Sup­

posed owners, Virgil and Annie Polley.

20. A residence and a tract of land

located at North Brewster, in the cen­

tral part of the town of Southeast, Put­

nam County, New York bounded north

by lands of G. Hine Estate, east by

lands of J. Rich, south by lands of T.

Farrell, west by lands of H. P. Williams.

Assessed, Mrs. Edward Relyea. Tax,

1837, $31.33. Fire District Tax, $0.64. Re­

turned School Tax, 1936, $13.81. Amount

due, $59.57. Supposed owner, Mrs. Ed­

ward Relyea.

21. A tract of land situate at Tonetta

Lake, in the town of Southeast, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plot No.

53-A, on a map of lands of Tonetta Lake

Park Corporation filed in Putnam Coun­

ty Clerk's Office under File No. 101-A.

Assessed, Max Rustemeyer. Tax, 1937,

$4.18. Fire District Tax, $0.09. Amount

due, $15.98. Supposed owner, Max Rust­

emeyer.

22. Buildings and a tract of land lo­

cated at Balls Pond Road, in the north­

eastern part of the town of Southeast,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about fifty acres, bounded north by

Connecticut State Line, east by the

Highway, south by lands of K. J. Rahl-

son, west by lands of C. J. Amend. As­

sessed, Rowe Wright Rauschenberg.

Tax. 1937, $62.66. Fire District Tax.

$1.28. Amount due, $78.64. Supposed

owner, Rowe Wright Rauschenberg.

23. A garage and a tract of land lo­

cated at Carmel Avenue, Brewster, in

the central part of the town of South­

east, Putnam County, New York, bound­

ed north by lands of P. F. Beal, east by

lands of New York Central Railroad,

south by the Highway, west by lands

of J. Sheppard Estate. Assessed, Walter

J. Ray. Tax, 1937, $19.52. Amount due,

$32.00. Supposed owner, Walter J. Ray.

24. A house and a tract of land lo­

cated at Carmel Avenue, Brewster, in

the central part of the town of South­

east, Putnam County, New York,

bounded north by lands of P. F. Beal,

east by lands of Walter J. Ray, south

by the Highway, west by lands of J.

Sheppard Estate, the house having been

since torn down. Assessed, Walter J.

Ray. Returned School Tax, 1936, $36.83.

Amount due, $50.17. Supposed owner,

Walter J. Ray.

25. A house and a tract of land lo­

cated at Putnam Avenue, Brewster, in

the central part of the town of South­

east, Putnam County, New York,

bounded north by lands of William

Cunningham, east by lands of T. Ward,

south by lands of T. Ward, west by the

Highway. Assessed, William Sheppard

Estate. Tax, 1937, $23.42. Amount due,

$36.09. Supposed owner, William Shep­

pard Estate.

26. A house and a tract of land located

at Oak Street, Brewster, in the central

part of the town of Southesat, Putnam

County, New York, bounded north by

lands of F. Tourney, east by lands of

T. Fitzgerald Estate, south by Oak

Street, west by lands of D. B. Brandon.

Assessed. Edward W. Sloat. Tax. 1937,

$54.66. Returned School Tax, 1936.

$25.79. Amount due, $95.97. Supposed

owner, Edson M. Sloat.

28. A house and a tract of land lo­

cated at Drewcliff, in the southern part

of the town of Southeast, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, containing about five

acres, bounded north by the Highway,

east by lands of V. Dreyfus, south by

lands of V. Dreyfus, west by lands of

I. C.Hollis Estate. Assessed, Antonio

Tavino. Tax. 1937, $31.33. Fire district

Tax, $0.64. Returned School Tax, 1936.

$13.81. Amount due. $59.57. Supposed

owner, Antonio Tavino.

30. A tract of land situate at Hillside

Park, in the town of Southeast, Putnam

County, New York, on a map of lands

of Woodland Terrace Incorporated filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 158. Assessed. Mary C. Thier.

Tax, 1937. $52.21. Fire District Tax. $1.06.

Returned School Tax, 1936. $23.02.

Amount due, $91.60. Supposed owner,

Mary C. Thier.

PH1L1PSTOWN

1. Four lots located at Garrison, in

the southern part of the Town of

Philipstown, Putnam County, New

York, bounded north by lands of Ware,

east by the Highway, south by lands

of Grassi, west by lands of Bocino. As­

sessed, Albert Amato. Tax, 1937, $9.85.

Amount due, $21.84. Supposed owner,

Albert Amato.

2. A tract of land located at Lane

Gate Road, in the western part of the

town of Philipstown, Putnam County,

New York, containing about two acres,

bounded north by lands of Healy, east

by lands of Lath, south by the High­

way, west by lands of Lewis. Assessed,

Myrtle Sheldon Bloomer. Tax, 1937,

$4.93. Amount due, $16.68. Supposed

owner, Myrtle Sheldon Bloomer.

3. A tract of land located at Carmel

Road, in the western part of the town

of Philipstown, Putnam County, New

York, containing about six-tenths acre,

bounded north by lands of Blaskey, east

by lands of Hubbard, south by the

Highway, west by lands of Schwartz.

Assessed, Vera Boudin. Tax, 1937, $17.24.

Returned School Tax, 1936, $7.42. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $5.25. Amount

due, $42.91. Supposed owner, Vera Bou­

din.

4. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at River Road, in the west­

ern part of the town of Philipstown,

Putnam County, New York, bounded

north by lands of Hudson River Stone

Company, east by lands of Hudson

River Stone Company, south by lands

of Spindler, west by the Highway. As­

sessed, George A. Carlton. Tax, 1937,

$88.67. Amount due, $104.60. Supposed

owner, George A. Carlton.

5. A tract of land with house thereon,

located at Lane Gate Road, in the west­

ern part of the town of Philipstown,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about one hundred and twenty-five

acres, bounded north by the Highway,

east by lands of Lath and Smith, south

by lands of Alhers and Smith, west by

lands of Montifiori. Assessed, Camp

Eden. Tax, 1937, $320.19. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $116.52. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $97.51. Amount due,

$572.43. Supposed owner, Camp Eden.

6. A tract of land located at Garrison,

in the western part of the town of

Philipstown, Putnam County, New York,

containing about fourteen acres, bound­

ed north by lands of Clark, east by

the Highway, south by lands of. Dick,

west by lands of Dick. Assessed, Electa

Covert, Sarah Young and Rebecca

Newell. Tax, 1937, $22.17. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $5.40. Amount due,

$40.45. Supposed owners, Electa Covert,

Sarah Young and Rebecca Newell.

7. A tract of land with store and resi­

dence thereon, located at Cold Spring,

in the western part of the town of

Philipstown, Putnam County, New

York, bounded north by Main Street,

east by lands of Englebride, south by

lands of Bailey, west by Kemble Ave­

nue. Assessed, Angelo Constantino. Tax,

1937, $98.38. Returned School Tax, 1936,

$46.61. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$46.61. Amount due, $212.68. Supposed

owner, Angelo Constantino.

8. A tract of land with residence

thereon, located at Garrison, in the

western part of the town of Philips-

town, Putnam County, New York, con­

taining about one hundred and twenty

acres, bounded north by Indian Brook

Road, east by lands of Houghting, Clark,

Newell and Rubins, south by lands of

Dick, west by Beacon-Bear Mountain

Highway. Assessed, Ferman and Evans

Dick. Tax, 1937, $862.05. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $210.21. Amount due,

$1137.37. Supposed owners, Ferman and

Evans Dick.

9. A tract of land with buildings

thereon, located at North Highlands,

Albany Post Road, in the western part

of the town of Philipstown, Putnam

County, New York, containing about

seventy acres, bounded north by lands

of Hustis, east by Albany Post Road,

south by the Highway, west by lands

of Hustis and Valhalla Highlands. As­

sessed, Dia Fla and Dia Fill Corpora­

tion. Tax, 1937, $160.10. Returned School

Tax, 1936, $68.85. Amount due, $251.90.

Supposed owner, Dia Fla and Dia Fill

Corporation.

10. A tract of land located at Man-

itou, in the southwestern part of the

town of Philipstown, Putnam County,

New York, bounded north by the High­

way and known as Mountain Park Lot

No. 2. Assessed, Thomas C. Dona van.

Tax. 1937. $2.46. Amount due, $14.08.

Supposed owner, Thomas C. Donavan.

12. A tract of land located at Mani-

tou, in the southwestern part of the

town of Philipstown, Putnam County,

New York, known as Lots Nos. 83, 84,

85, Blocks Nos. 3 and 4. Assessed, Lor-

etta and James Gallagher. Tax. 1937,

$6.16. Amount due, $17.97. Supposed

owners, Loretta and James Gallagher.

13. 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 north

by lands of Welch, east by lands of

Boomer, west by the Highway. Assessed.

Glen Haren. Tax. 1937. $24.63. Amount

due, $37.36. Supposed owner, Glen

Haren.

14. 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 Hale, east by Division Street,

south by lands of Lath. Assessed, Eliza­

beth Hawks. Returned School Tax, 1936.

$6.89. Amount due. $18.73. Supposed

owner, Elizabeth Hawks.

15. 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 Ireland, east by Division

Street, south by lands of Hawks. As­

sessed, Louis Hale. Tax, 1937, $1434. Re­

turned School Tax, 1936, $6.89. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $2.42. Amount due,

$36.54. Supposed owner, Louis Hale.

16. A tract of land with nine sign

boards thereon, located at North High­

lands, Albany Post Road, in the western

part of the town of Philipstown, Put­

nam County, New York, containing

about ninety acres, bounded north by

lands of Hustis, south by lands of Henke

and Barrett, west by lands of Hustis.

Assessed, Gustavo Henke. Tax, 1937,

$194.58. Amount due, $215.81. Supposed

owner, Gustave Henke.

17. A tract of land with house thereon,

located at North Highlands, Albany

Post Road, in the western part of the

town of Philipstown, Putnam County,

New York, containing about twelve

acres, bounded north by lands of Henke,

east by the Highway, south by lands of

Barrett, west by lands of Barrett As­

sessed, Augusta Henke. Tax, 1937, $49.26.

Amount due, $63.22. Supposed owner,

Augusta Henke.

18. A tract of land located at Mt.

Taurus, in the western part of the town

of Philipstown, Putnam County, New

York, containing about eighteen hun­

dred and twenty-nine acres, bounded

north by lands of Reynolds and Cornish,

east by lands of Griffin, Smith, Fishkill

Savings Bank and Surprise Lake Cor­

poration, south by Fishkill Road and

lands of Spindler and others, west by

lands of New York Central Railroad and

Hudson River. Assessed, Hudson River

Stone Corporation. Tax, 1937, $5,642.20.

Returned School Tax, 1936, $2,436.39.

Returned School Tax, 1937, $2,430.39.

Amount due, $11,052.23. Supposed

owner, Hudson River Stone Corpora­

tion.

19. 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 Ave­

nue, east by lands of Murray,'south by

lands of McAndrew, west by Church

Street. Assessed, John Iselin, Mary

Marston and Eichle Goodridge. Tax,

1937, $11.18. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$5.30. Amount due, $28.80. Supposed

owners, John Iselin, Mary Marston and

Eichle Goodridge.

20. A tract of land located at Gray-

moor, in the southern part of the town

of Philipstown, Putnam County, New

York, known as Lots Nos. 62 and 63 in

Block F. Assessed, Mary E. Kane. Tax,

1937, $4.93. Returned School Tax, 1936,

$1.20. Amount due, $17.94. Supposed

owner, Mary E. Kane.

21. 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 Gent, east by lands of Cun­

ningham, south by Bank Street, west

by Parsonage Street. Assessed, William

King. Tax, 1937, $31.30. Amount due,

$44.37. Supposed owner, William King.

22. A tract of land located at Garrison,

in the western part of the town of

Philipstown, Putnam County, New York,

containing about one-half acre, bounded

east by the Highway, south by lands of

Avery or Kimmel. Assessed, Mary E.

Lefort. Tax, 1937, $4.93. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $1.20. Amount due,

$17.94. Supposed owner, Mary E. Lefort.

23. 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 Estate, east by

lands of Mathews, south by lands of

Eaton, west by Stone Street. Assessed,

Harry Ludwig. Tax, 1937, $44.72. Re­

turned School Tax, 1936, $21.19. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $21.19. Amount

due, $102.96. Supposed owner, Harry

Ludwig.

24. 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 Merit, east by lands of Mac-

Allister, south by Main Street, west by

lands of Benjamin. Assessed, George

Lusk. Tax, 1937, $17.03. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $1.85. Amount due, $31.32.

Supposed owner, George Lusk.

25. 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 east by

lands of Culbert, south by Main Street,

west by lands of Terwilliger. Assessed,

Bertha MacNamara. Tax, 1937, $33.54.

Amount due, $46.72. Supposed owner,

Bertha MacNamara.

26. A tract of land located at East

Mountain, in the eastern part of the

town of Philipstown, Putnam County,

New York, containing about one hun­

dred and twenty acres, bounded north

by lands of Sharp, east by lands of East

Mountain Estates, south by lands of

East Mountain Estates (John G. Dan­

iels Farm). Assessed, William Matson

Tax. 1937. $73.89. Returned School Tax,

1936. $31.78. Returned School Tax. 1937.

$22.60. Amount due, $146.18. Supposed

owner, William Matson.

27. A tract of land located at North

Highlands, in the northwestern part of

the town of Philipstown, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, containing about forty-

five acres, bounded north by lands of

Valhalla Highlands, east by lands of

Valhalla Highlands, south by the High­

way, west by lands of Village of Cold

Spring. Assessed. Abner Merritt. Tax,

1937. $29.56. Amount due. $42.54. Sup­

posed owner, Abner Merritt Estate.

28. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at Cold Spring, in the west­

ern part of the town of Philipstown,

Putnam County, New York, bounded

north by lands of Hill, east by lands of

Brown, south by lands of Constantino,

west by Bee Street. Assessed, Elizabeth

Montifiori. Tax. 1937, $26.83. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $4.44. Amount due,

$44.33. Supposed owner, Elizabeth Mon­

tifiori.

29. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at Cold Spring, in the west­

ern part of the town of Philipstown,

Putnam County, New York, bounded

north by lands of Woods, east by Gar­

den Street, south by lands of Thomas,

west by lands of Woods. Assessed, Sam­

uel Monroe. Tax, 1937, $17.89. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $8.47. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $8.47. Amount due, $48.07.

Supposed owner, Samuel Monroe.

30. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at Cold Spring, in the west­

ern 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 Montrestello. Assessed,

Mary Mullin. Tax, 1937, $44.72. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $21.19. Amount due,

$80.71. Supposed owner, Mary Mullin.

31 A tract of land located at North

Highlands, in the western part of the

town of Philipstown, Putnam County,

New York, known as Lot No. 70 in Val­

halla Highlands Development. Assessed,

Lewis Nolting. Tax, 1937, $2.46. Amount

due, $14.08. Supposed owner, Lewis

Novoting

32. A tract of land 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 Cunningham, south by

lands of Higginson, west by Parsonage

Street. Assessed, Frank Nastasi. Tax,

1937, $8.94. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$4.24. Amount due, $25.34. Supposed

owner, Frak Nastasia.

33 A tract of land with house there­

on, located at East Mountain, in the

western part of the town of Philips-

town, Putnam County, New York,

bounded north by lands of McNairn,

east by lands of Warren, south by the

Highway, west by lands of Warren.

Assessed, Bertha N. Owens. Tax, 1937,

$12.32. Returned School Tax, 1936, $5.30.

Returned School Tax, 1937, $3.77.

Amount due, $33.96. Supposed owner,

Bertha M. Owens.

34. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at East Mountain, in the

western part of the town of Philips-

town, Putnam County, New York,

bounded east by lands of Warren, south

by the Highway. Assessed, Edith McNair

Plass. Tax, 1937, $12.32. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $3.77. Amount due, $28.39.

Supposed owner, Edith McNair Plass

35. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at Garrison, in the western

part of the town of Philipstown, Put­

nam County, New York, containing

about thirty-five acres, bounded north

by lands of Coleman, east by lands of

Schlessing, south by lands of Hilting

and the Highway, west by the Highway.

Assessed, Mrs. William Rogers. Tax,

1937, $492.60. Amount due, $528.73. Sup­

posed owner, Mrs. William B. Rogers.

36. A tract of land located at Gray-

moor, in the southwestern part of the

town of Philipstown, Putnam County,

New York, bounded north by lands of

Stonebridge, south by lands of Gray-

moor, west by the Highway. Assessed,

Ritchey. Tax, 1937, $1.92.

Amount due, $13.52. Supposed owner,

Ritchey.

37. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at Cold Spring, in the west­

ern part of the town of Philipstown,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about five acres, bounded north by

Main Street, east by lands of Glick,

south by lands of Bailey, west by lands

of Miles and Paulding Avenue. Assessed,

Grace E. Stevens. Tax, 1937, $145.34.

Amount due, $164.11. Supposed owner,

Grace E. Stevens.

38. A tract of land located at Gray-

moor, in the southwestern part of the

town of Philipstown, Putnam County,

New York, known as Lots Nos. 92, 93,

103 and 104B at Graymoor. Assessed,

May Shields. Tax, 1937, $7.39. Amount

due, $19.26. Supposed owner. May

Shields.

39. A tract of land located at East

Mountain, in the western part of the

town of Philipstown, Putnam County,

New York, bounded north by lands of

John Dennich, east, south and west by

lands of Hubbard. Assessed, Fen ton M.

Smith. Tax, 1937, $23.40. Returned

School Tax, 1937. $7.16. Amount due,

$43.59. Supposed owner, Fenton M.

Smith.

40. A tract of land located at East

Mountain, in the central part of the

town of Philipstown, Putnam County,

New York, containing about four acres,

bounded north by lands of Murphy,

east by lands of Murphy, south by lands

of Murphy, known as the MaUlard

Farm. Assessed, Fenton M. Smith. Tax,

1937. $2.46. Returned School Tax, 1937.

$0.67. Amount due. $14.79. Supposed

owner, Fenton Smith.

41. A tract of land located at East

Mountain, in the central part of the

town of Philipstown, Putnam County,

New York, containing about twelve

acres, bounded east by lands of Cargill.

south and west by lands of Haight,

known as Haight Farm. Assessed, Fen­

ton M. Smith. Tax. 1937. $7.39. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $2.01. Amount

due, $21.37. Supposed owner, Fenton

Smith.

42. A tract of land located at Nelson­

ville, in the western part of the town

of Philipstown, Putnam County. New

York, bounded north by lands of Speed-

ling, west by Crown Street Assessed.

Fenton M. Smith. Tax. 1937. $10.06. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $1.67. Amount

due, $23.82. Supposed owner, Fenton

Smith.

43. A tract of land located at East

Mountain, in the western part of the

town of Philipstown, Putnam County,

New York, containing about fifty-seven

and one-quarter acres, known as the

James Tozzi Farm. Assessed. Fenton M.

Smith. Tax, 1937. $29.56. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $12.71. Returned

School Tax. 1937, $9.04. Amount due.

$65.38. Supposed owner. Fenton Smith.

44. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at Carmel Road, in the west­

ern part of the town of Philipstown,

Putnam County, New York, bounded

north by lands of Smith, east by lands

of Smith, south by Carmel Road, west

by lands of Timme. Assessed, Fenton

G. Smith. Tax, 1937, $14.78. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $8.36. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $4.50. Amount due, $38.42.

Supposed owner, Fenton G. Smith.

45. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at East Mountain, in the

western part of the town of Philips-

town, Putnam County, New York, con­

taining about seventy-six acres, bound­

ed north by lands of Maheady, east by

lands of Cargill, known as the Jas. Dc-

Giviso Place. Assessed, Fenton M.

Smith. Tax, 1937, $49.26. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $21.19. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $18.92. Amount due,

$105.34. Supposed owner, Fenton M.

Smith.

46. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at Cold Spring, in the west­

ern part of the town of Philipstown,

Putnam County, New York, bounded

north by lands of Ball, east by lands

of Ball, south by lands of Amato, west

by Garden Street. Assessed, Fenton M.

Smith. Tax, 1937, $20.12. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $9.53. Amount due,

$42.63. Supposed owner, Fenton M

Smith

47. A tract of land located at Mani­

tou, in the southwestern part of the

town of Philipstown, Putnam County,

New York, known as Mountain Park

Lot No. 10 (George Trind Lot). As­

sessed, Fenton M. Smith. Tax, 1937,

$4.93. Returned School Tax, 1937, $0.96.

Amount due, $17.68. Supposed owner,

Fenton M. Smith.

48 A tract of land with house there­

on, located at North Highlands, in the

western part of the town of Philips-

town, Putnam County, New York,

bounded north, east and south by lands

of Travis. Assessed, Noah J. Travis.

Tax, 1937, $7.39. Returned School Tax,

1936, $3.18. Returned School Tax, 1937.

$2.01. Amount due, $24.71. Supposed

owner, Noah Travis.

49. A tract of land under water, lo­

cated at Cold Spring, in the western

part of the town of Philipstown. Put­

nam County, New York. Assessed, A. E.

Waterberry. Tax, 1937, $6.71. Amount

due, $18.55. Supposed owner, A E. Wa­

terberry.

50. A tract of land with oil tanks and

buildings 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 & Electric Company, east

by Market Street, south by lands of

Catholic Church, west by Hudson River.

Assessed, A. E. Waterberry. Tax, 1937,

$134.16. Amount due, $152.42. Supposed

owner, A. E. Waterberry.

CARMEL

1. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at Rock Mills, in the east­

erly part of the town of Carmel, Put­

nam County, New York, containing

about one-quarter acre, bounded north

by lands of City, east by lands of City,

south by the Street, west by the Street.

Assessed, John J. Ackerman. Tax, 1937,

$31.04. Returned School Tax, 1936.

$10.49. Returned School Tax, 1937.

$10.66. Amount due, $66.30. Supposed

owner, John J. Ackerman.

2. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at Mahopac Falls, in the

westerly part of the town of Carmel,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about seventy-six ninety-fourths of one

acre, bounded north by lands of Bar­

rett, east by the Street, south by lands

of Church, west by lands of Barrett.

Assessed, Alida C. Agor. Tax, 1937.

$108.64. Amount due, $125.57. Supposed

owner, Alida C. Agor.

3. A farm of land located at Mahopac

Falls, in the easterly part of the town

of Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

containing about ninety-eight acres,

bounded north by lands of Hill, east by

the Street, south by lands of Barrett,

west by lands of Austin. Assessed,

Amanda S. Agor. Tax, 1937. $201.76. Re­

turned School Tax, 1936, $77.63. Amount

due. $304.83. Supposed owner, Estate

of Amanda S. Agor.

4. A bungalow located at Mahopac

Falls, in the westerly part of the town

of Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

on the land of the Estate of Amanda

S. Agor. Assessed, Jesse C. Agor. Tax,

1937. $24.83. Amount due, $37.57. Sup­

posed owner, Jesse C. Agor.

5. A tract of land located at Baldwin

Place, in the southerly part of the town

of Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

containing about one - quarter acre,

bounded north by lands of Willow

Brook Dairy, east by the Street, south

by lands of Fowler, west by lands of

Railroad. Assessed, Agor and Spain.

Tax. 1937. $6.21. Returned School Tax.

1936, $2.40. Amount due, $20.54. Sup­

posed owners, Agor and Spain.

7. A farm, located at Mahopac, in

the central part of the town of Carmel.

Putnam County, New York, containing

about thirteen acres, bounded north by

lands of Meehan, east by the Street,

south by lands of City, west by lands

of McCollum. Assessed, Sydney Barrett

and Others. Tax. 1937, $49.67. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $23.57. Amount due,

$88.40. Supposed owner, Sidney C. Bar­

rett et al.

8. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at Mahopac. in the central

part of the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, containing about

one-third acre, bounded north by lands

of Drumme, east by lands of Drumme.

south by lands of Drumme. west by

lands of Rose. Assessed. Edward Burke.

Tax. 1937. $21.24. Amount due. $33.80.

Supposed owner. Edward Burke.

9. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Secor, in the town

of Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 17 to 25. inclusive.

Block 18, on a map of lands of Lake

Secor Development filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

151. Assessed, Antonio and J. Cafaro.

Tax, 1937, $26.38. Amount due, $39.20.

Supposed owners, Antonio and J. Ca­

faro.

10. A tract of land located at Maho­

pac, in the central part of the town of

Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

containing about one-third acre, bound­

ed north by lands of Simone, east by

lands of Casagrande, south by lands of

Dellossa, west by the Street. Assessed,

Giovanni Cassegrande. Tax, 1937, $6.21.

Lighting District Tax, $0.52. Amount

due, $18.57. Supposed owner, Giovanni

Casegrande.

11. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at Mahopac, in the central

part of the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, containing about

one-eighth acre, bounded north by

lands of Miller, east by the Street,

south by the Street, west by lands of

Donovon. Assessed, Methodist Church.

Tax, 1937, $49.67. Lighting District Tax,

$4.19. Returned School Tax, 1936, $17.97.

Amount due, $86.92. Supposed owner,

Methodist Church.

12. A tract of land with house and

buildings thereon, located at Carmel, in

the northerly part of the town of Car­

mel, Putnam County, New York, con­

taining about one hundred and twenty-

nine 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 G.

Cornish and Others. Tax, 1937, $372.48.

Fire District Tax, $11.16. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $127.97. Amount due,

$548.69. Supposed owners, Samuel G.

Cornish and Others.

13. A tract of land with house there­

on, 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 Greenwood, east by the Street, south

by the Street, west by lands of Cara­

way. Assessed, Stanley D. Cornish. Tax,

1937, 493.12. Village Water District Tax,

$20.Q2. Fire District Tax, $5.58. Light­

ing District Tax, $10.39. Amount due,

$147.07. Supposed owner, Stanley D.

Cornish.

14. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at Carmel, in the northerly

part of the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, containing about

three acres, bounded north by lands of

China Lake Corporation, east by lands

of China Lake Corporation, south by

the Street, west by lands of China Lake

Corporation. Assessed, M. P. and F. C.

Cowett. Tax, 1937, $65.08. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $35.17. Amount due,

$116.76. Supposed owners.- M. P. and

F. C. Cowett

15. A tract of land located at Maho­

pac, in the central part of the town of

Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

containig about twelve acres, bounded

north by lands of Hull, east by the

Street, south by lands of Quick, west

by lands of Quick. Assessed, Flora W.

Dean. Tax, 1937, $43.46. Returned School

Tax, 1936, $16.73. Amount due, $74.70.

Supposed owner, Flora W. MacDonald.

16. A tract of land located at Long

Pond, in the central part of the town

of Carmel, bounded north by lands of

Drumme, east by lands of Wood, south

by lands of Drumme, west by lands of

Drumme. Assessed, George Delemater.

Tax, 1937, $3.11. Amount due, $14.77.

Supposed owner, George Deleneter.

17. A tract of land with building

thereon, located at Carmel, in the

northerly part of the town of Carmel,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about two hundred and seven acres,

bounded north by lands of Hill and

Dale, east by lands of Simpson, south

by lands of Dineen, west by lands of

Tompkins. Assessed, Edgemont Bargain

and Sales Incorporated. Tax, 1937, bal­

ance, $118.66. Water District Tax, $5.34.

Returned School Tax, 1937, $95.91.

Amount due. $242.41. Supposed owner,

Edgemont Bargain and Sales Incor­

porated.

20. A tract of land with three houses

thereon, located at Mahopac, in the cen­

tral part of the town of Carmel, Put­

nam County, New York, containing

about 145 x 425 square feet, bounded

north by lands of Tribbe, east, south

and west by lands of Agor. Assessed.

Frank and H. Ford. Tax, 1937, $99.33.

Amount due, $115.80. Supposed owners,

Frank and H. Ford.

21. A tract of land with buildings

thereon, located at Union Valley, in

the southerly part of the town of Car­

mel, Putnam County, New York, con­

taining about one hundred and fifty

acres, bounded north by lands of Meu-

moegen, east by lands of Ward, south

by the County Line, west by lands of

Lincolndale Heights. Assessed, Hillell

Friedburg. Tax, 1937. Balance, $200.24.

Returned School Tax, 1936. $89.79.

Amount due, $316.03. Supposed owner,

Hillell Friedburg.

22. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at Green's Corners, in the

central part of the town of Carmel,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about one acre, bounded north by lands

of Barrett, east by lands of Scott, south

by the Street, west by lands of Mc­

Collum. Assessed, Wallace O. Ganong.

Tax. 1937. $37.25. Returned School Tax.

1936. $13.47. Amount due. $64.76. Sup­

posed owner, Wallace O. Ganong.

24. A tract of land located at Bullet

Hole, in the westerly part of the town

of Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

containing about fifty - nine acres,

bounded north by lands of Tompkins,

east by lands of Keeler, south by lands

of Lockwood, west by lands of Lock-

wood. Assessed. Lucelle and W. C. God-

sen. Tax, 1937. $24.83. Amount due.

$37.57. Supposed owners, Lucelle and

W. C. Godsen.

25. A tract of land located at Daisy

Lane, in the southeasterly part of the

town of Carmel, Putnam County, New

York, containing about two acres,


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bounded north by lands of Ford, east

by the Street, south by lands of Cal­

kins, west by lands of City. Assessed,

Leander Gregory. Tax, 1937, $9.31.

Lighting District Tax, $0.10. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $2.57. Amount due,

$24.08. Supposed owner, Leander Greg-

ory.

26. A tract of land located at Long

Pond, in the central part of the town

of Cnrmel, Putnam County, New York,

containing about 60 x 100 share feet,

bounded north by the Street, east by

lands of Mendelson, south by lands of

Michaelson, west by lands of Wood. As­

sessed, Spencer Gurdineer. Tax, 1937,

$3.11. Amount due, $14.77. Supposed

owner, Spencer Gurdineer.

27. A sign located at Bucks Hollow,

on Haight's land, in the town of Car-

mel, Putnam County, New York. As­

sessed, Charles A. Haight, Jr. Tax, 1937,

$9.31. Lighting District Tax, $0.78. Re­

turned School Tax, 1936, $3.92. Amount

due, $26.21. Supposed owner, Charles A

Haight, Jr.

28. A tract of land with buildings

thereon, located at Union Valley, in

the southern part of the town of Car-

mel, Putnam County, New York, con­

taining about sixty acres, bounded north

by lands of Chichester, east by lands

of Vores, south by lands of Ward,

west by lands of Chichester. Assessed,

A. D. Hequembourgh. Tax, 1937, $99.33.

Amount due, $115.80. Supposed owner,

Dr. A. D. Hequembourg.

29. A diner located at Carmel, on

Goehry's land, in the northerly part of

the town of Carmel, Putnam County,

New York. Assessed, Carl T. Hibbard.

Tax, 1937, $93.12. Water District Tax,

$20.02. Fire District Tax, $5.58. Light­

ing District Tax, $10.39. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $31.97. Amount due, $180.63.

Supposed owner, Carl T. Hibbard.

31. A tract of land located at Daisy

Lane, in the southeasterly part of the

town of Carmel, Putnam County, New

York, containing about four and three-

quarters acres, bounded north by lands

of Crosby, east by Town Line, south by

lands of Marrianni, west by the Street.

Assessed, Clarissa Holden. Tax, 1937,

$13.97. Lighting District Tax, $0.15.

Amount due, $26.33. Supposed owner,

Clarrissa Holden.

32. A tract of land with two houses

thereon, located at Baldwin Place, in

the southerly part of the town of Car­

mel, Putnam County, New York, con­

taining about one and one-sixth acre,

bounded north by the Street, east by

lands of Lomino, south by lands of

Railroad, west by lands of Mengel. As­

sessed, Robert Hyatt. Tax, 1937, $71.39.

Returned School Tax, 1936, $20.88.

Amount due, $114.68. Supposed owner,

Robert Hyatt

33. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at Mahopac Falls, in the

southerly part of the town of Carmel,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about nineteen acres, bounded north by

the Street, east by lands of City, south

by lands of City, west by lands of

Bauer. Assessed, Claude D. Keith. Tax,

1937, $186.24. Amount due, $207.05. Sup­

posed owner, Claude D. Keith.

34. A tract of land with garage there­

on, located at Mahopac, in the central

part of the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, containing about

one-eighth acre, bounded north by lands

of Jung, east by lands of Lake, south

by lands of Pickerel, west by lands of

Keith. Assessed. Claude D. Keith. Tax,

1937, $37.25. Lighting District Tax, $3.14.

Amount due, $53.91. Supposed owner,

Claude B. Keith.

35. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at Mahopac, in the central

part of the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, containing about

three acres, bounded north by lands of

Lake, east by lands of Jung, south by

lands of Quick, west by lands of Bou­

chard. Assessed, Claude D. Keith. Tax,

1937. $372.48. Lighting District Tax,

$31.39. Amount due, $435.56. Supposed

owner, Claude B. Keith.

36 A tract of land with house there­

on, located at Long Pond, in the central

part of the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, containing about

three-quarters acre, bounded north by

lands of Drumme, east by lands of

Burke, south by Street, west by lands

of Drumme. Assessed, Anna Kramer.

Tax, 1937, $108.64. Mahopac Lighting

District Tax, $9.16. Amount due, $135.19.

Supposed owner, Mahopac Holding

Company Incorporated.

43. A tract of land located at Maho­

pac, in the central part of the town of

Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

containing about 250 x 100 square feet,

bounded north by lands of Vreeland,

east by the Street, south by lands of

Pierce, west by lands of Pierce. As­

sessed, Ralph Moore. Tax, 1937, $3.54.

Amount due, $15.22. Supposed owner,

Ralph L. Moore.

44. A tract of land with two houses

thereon, located at Mahopac, in the cen­

tral part of the town of Carmel, Put­

nam County, New York, containing

about three acres, bounded north by

lands of Schwartzkopf, east by lands of

Schwarzkopf, south by lands of City,

west by lands of City. Assessed, Wallace

P. Moore. Tax, 1937, $108.64. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $39.29. Amount due,

$166.83. Supposed owner, Wallace P.

Moore.

45. A tract of land with buildings

thereon, located at Watermelon Hill, in

the southerly part of the town of Car­

mel, Putnam County, New York, con­

taining about one hundred and eight

acres, bounded north by lands of Vores,

east by the Street, south by lands of

Friedberg, west by lands of Farley. As­

sessed, Edna K. Neumogen. Tax, 1937,

$1,552.00. Returned School Tax, 1936,

$561.22. Amount due, $2230.38. Supposed

owner, Edna K. Neumogen.

46. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at Mahopac Falls, in the

southerly part of the town of Carmel,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about three-quarters of an acre, bound­

ed north by lands of Austin, east by

lands of Sutton, south by the Street,

west by the Street. Assessed, L. P.

Pinckney Estate. Tax, 1937, $74.50.

Amount due, $89.73. Supposed owner,

Estate of L. F. Pinckney.

47. A gas station located at Carmel,

in the northerly part of the town of

Carmel, Putnam County, New York, on

Goehry's Land. Assessed, Putnam Mo­

tor Sales. Tax, 1937, $46.56. Water Dis­

trict Tax, $10.01. Fire District Tax,

$2.79. Lighting District Tax, $5.20. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $15.99. Amount

due, $96.08. Supposed owner, Mary L.

Goehry.

48. Stables, etc., located at Carmel, in

the northerly part of the town of Car­

mel, Putnam County, New York, on

Dineen's Lane. Assessed, Putnam Rid­

ing and Driving Club Incorporated.

Tax, 1937, $77.60. Fire District Tax,

$4.65. Lighting District Tax, $8.66. Re­

turned School Tax, 1936, $26.22. Amount

due, $134.49. Supposed owner, Putnam

Riding and Driving Club Incorporated.

49. A tract of land with house there

on, located at Long Pond, in the cen­

tral part of the town of Carmel, Put­

nam County, New York, containing

about one-third acre, bounded north by

lands of Burke, east by lands of Burke,

south by lands of Drumme, west by the

Street. Assessed, Arthur Rose. Tax, 1937,

$9.31. Amount due, $21.28. Supposed

owner, Arthur Rose.

51. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at Long Pond, in the central

part of the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, containing about

three acres, bounded north by lands of

Noble, east by lands of Noble, south by

lands of Lake, west by lands of Had-

leld's. Assessed, Morris Seigel. Tax.

1937. $71.39. Returned School Tax, 1936.

$18.68. Amount due, $106.07. Supposed

owner, Morris Siegel.

57. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at Drewville, in the easterly

part of the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, containing about

one acre, bounded north by the Street,

east by lands of White, south by lands

of White, west by lands of Robinson.

Assessed, Sarah B. Smalley. Tax, 1937,

$21.73. Returned School Tax, 1937, $7.47.

Amount due, $42.16. Supposed owner,

Sarah B. Smalley.

58. A farm located at Jefferson Val­

ley, in the southwesterly part of the

town of Carmel, Putnam County, New

York, containing about ninety-two acres,

bounded north by lands of Jeaneck, east

by lands of Broderick, south by lands

of Archer, west by lands of Finnerty.

Assessed, John Smith Estate. Tax, 1937,

Tax, 1937. $31.04. Returned School Tax, $46.56. Returned School Tax, 1936.

1936, $805. Amount due, $52.54. Sup- $10.99. Amount due. $78.23. Supposed

posed owner, Anna Kramer. owner, John Smith Estate.

37. A tract of land located at Peeks-

kill Hollow, in the westerly part of the

town of Carmel, Putnam County, New

York, containing about 15 x 219 square

feet, bounded north by the Town Line,

east by lands of Griebe, south by lands

of Griebe, west by the Town Line. As­

sessed, R. H. and May Kuehner. Tax,

1937. $1.55. Amount due. $13.13. Sup­

posed owners, R. H. and May Kauhner.

GO. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at Hazen Hill, in the north­

erly part of the town of Carmel, Put­

nam County, New York, containing

about 160 x 360 square feet, bounded

north by the Street, east by lands of

Horton, south by lands of Baxter, west

by lands of Horton. Assessed, Charles

Storm. Tax, 1937, $31.04. Amount due,

$44.09. Supposed owner, Charles Storm.

$146.89. Supposed owner. Estate of

Spencer A. Townsend.

68. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at Mahopac Falls, in the

southerly part of the town of Carmel,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about one-eighth acre, bounded north,

east and south by lands of Townsend,

west by the Street Assessed, Spencer

and E. G. Townsend. Tax, 1937, $46.56.

Returned School Tax, 1936, $17.92.

Amount due, $79.20. Supposed owners,

E. G. Townsend and Spencer A. Town-

send Estate.

71. A tract of land with camps there­

on, located at Wixon Pond, in the

central part of the town of Carmel,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about ten acres, bounded north by

lands of Koch, east by lands of Crane,

south by lands of Carpenter, west by

lands of Hill. Assessed, C. and Edward

Wolfsohn. Tax, 1937, $8.85. Amount due,

$20.79. Supposed owners, C. and Edward

Wolfsohn.

72. A tract of land located at Daisy

Lane, in the southeasterly part of the

town of Carmel, Putnam County, New

York, containing about twenty-six

acres, bounded north by the Street,

east by lands of Conway, south by

Daisy Lane, west by lands of City. As­

sessed, Wood Hopkins Incorporated.

Tax, 1937, $139.68. Lighting District Tax,

$1.49. Returned School Tax, 1937, $38.48.

Amount due, $200.13. Supposed owner,

Wood-Hopkins Incorporated.

73. A farm located at Drewville, in

the easterly part of the town of Carmel,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about twelve acres, bounded north by

lands of City, east by lands of White,

south by lands of Policy, west by lands

of City. Assessed, Nellie E. Wooley.

Tax, 1937, $46.56. Amount due, $60.38.

Supposed owner, Nellie E. Wooley.

74. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Secor, in the town

of Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plot No. 12 and one-half of

13, Block 33, on a map of lands of Lake

Secor Development filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

151. Assessed, William J. Adams. Tax,

1937, $21.73. Amount due, $34.32. Sup­

posed owner, William J. Adams.

75. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Secor, in the town

of Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 15 and 16, Block

36, on a map of lands of Lake Secor

Development filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 151. As­

sessed, James Bibbo. Tax, 1937, $18.63.

Amount due, $31.06. Supposed owner.

James Bibbo.

76. A tract of land situate at Mahopac

Hills, in the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

19 and 20, Block I. on a map of lands

of Mahopac Hills filed in Putnam Coun­

ty Clerk's Office under File No. 54.

Assessed, D. E. Blankenhorn. Tax, 1937,

$15.52. Lighting District Tax, $1.31.

Amount due, $29.17. Supposed owner,

D. E. Blankenhorn.

77. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Mahopac Hills, in the

town of Carmel, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 9, 10, 13/16

of 11, all of 12, Block E, on a map of

lands of Mahopac Hills filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No. 54.

Assessed, Grace Bronson. Tax, 1937,

$170.72. Lighting District Tax, $14.39.

Amount due $205.87. Supposed owner,

Grace Bronson.

78. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Mahopac Point, in the

town of Carmel, Putnam County, New

York, known a Plot No. 58, less five

feet on the north side, on a map of

lands of Mahopac Point filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No. 57.

Assessed, Emma S. Condit. Tax, 1937,

$108.64. Mahopac Lighting District Tax,

$9.16. Amount due, $135.19. Supposed

owner, Emma S. Condit

79. 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 Development filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 151. Assessed, Nora Delaney.

Tax. 1937, $3.11. Returned School Tax,

1936, $1.13. Amount due, $15.95. Sup­

plied owner, Nora Delaney.

80. A tract of land situate at Kirk

Lake, in the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

20 and 21, on a map of lands of Kirk

Lake filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 53. Assessed, Arri-

berto DiBurtesa. Tax, 1937, $6.21. Ma­

hopac Lighting District Tax, $0.52.

Amount due, $18.57. Supposed owner,

Ariberto DiBurtesa.

38. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at Mahopac, in the central

part of the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, containing about

three acres, bounded north by lands of

Barrett, east by the Street, south b>

lands of Crane, west by lands of Kemp.

Assessed, Orson H. Lyon. Tax, 1937,

$124.16. Lighting District Tax. $10.46.

Returned School Tax, 1936. $43.99.

Amount due, $199.09. Supposed owner,

Orson H. Lyon.

39. A tract of land with store etc.

thereon, located at Mahopac, in ihe cen­

tral part of the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, containing about

one-third acre, bounded north by lands

of Williams, east by lands of Nester,

south by lands of Haight. west by the

Street. Assessed, Orson H. Lyon, Tax.

1937. $155.20. Lighting District Tax,

$13.08. Returned School Tax. 1936.

$56.12. Amount due, $247.12. Supposed

owner, Orson H. Lyon.

40. A tract of land located at Crafts.

in the easterly part of the town of

Carmel. Putnam County, New York,

containing about seven acres, bounded

north by the Street, east by lands of

Horton. south by lands of.Beal. west

by lands of Railroad. Assessed, Stephen

Lyon Estate. Tax. 1937, $6.21. Amount

due. $18.02. Supposed owner, Orson H-

Lyon.

42. A tract of land located at Maho­

pac, in the central part of the town of

Carmel, Putnam County. New York,

containing about two acres, bounded

north by lands of City, east by lands

of City, south by lands of Lake, west

by lands of Dean House. Assessed. Ma­

hopac Holding Company Incorporated.

63. A tract of land located at Maho­

pac Falls, in the southerly part of the

town of Carmel, Putnam County, New

York, containing about 117 x 105 square

feet, bounded north by lands of Reyn­

olds, east by lands of Sigle, south by

the Street, west by lands of Pinckney.

Assessed, Ida H. Sutton. Tax, 1937.

$3.11. Amount due, $14.77. Supposed

owner, Ida P. Sutton.

65. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at Secord's Corner, in the

central part of the town of Carmel, Put­

nam County, New York, containing

about five acres, bounded north by

lands of Crane, east by the Street, south

by lands of Ruh, west by lands of Green.

Assessed. Sydney Teller. Tax, 1937.

$23.38. Amount due. $36.05. Supposed

owner, Sydney Teller.

66. A farm located at Mahopac Falls,

in the southerly part of the town of

Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

containing about thirty - three acres,

bounded north by lands of Austin, east

by the Street, south by lands of Joyce

and Marino, west by lands of City. As­

sessed. Jean B. Tenny. Tax. 1937, $144.34.

Returned School Tax. 1936. $55.64.

Amount due, $221.48. Supposed owner,

Jean D. Tenny.

67. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at Mahopac Falls, in the

southerly part of the town of Carmel,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about one-half acre, bounded north by

lands of Beach, east by the Street, south

by lands of Townsend, west by lands

>f Townsend. Assessed. Spencer Town-

.end Estate. Tax, 1937, $93.12. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $35.82. Amount due.

81. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Secor, in the town

of Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 25 and 26, Block

24, on a map of lands of Lake Secor

Development filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 151. As­

sessed, John Dunn. Tax, 1937, $9.31. Re­

turned School Tax, 1936, $3.92. Amount

due, $25.39. Supposed owner, John

Dunn.

82. A tract of land situate at Lake

Secor, in the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

73 and 74, Block 20, on a map of lands

of Lake Secor Development filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 151. Assessed, Louis Genovese.

Tax, 1937, $3.11. Amount due, $14.77.

Supposed owner, Louis Genovese.

83. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Secor, in the town

of Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 22 and 23. Block 7,

on a map of lands of Lake Secor De­

velopment filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 151. As­

sessed, Rosa Greilinger. Tax, 1937, $6.21.

Amount due, $18.02. Supposed owner.

Rosa Greilinger.

84. A tract of land situate at Lake

Secor, in the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 17 and 23. Block 19, on a map of

lands of Lake Secor Development filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 151. Assessed, Emma Genovesi.

Returned School Tax. 1936. $1 13.

Amount due, $12.09. Supposed owner,

Emma Genovesi.

85. A tract of land situate at Mahopac

Point, in the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

101 and 102, on a map of lands of Ma­

hopac Point filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 57. Assess,

Max Hagemen. Tax, 1937, $31.04. Light­

ing District Tax, $2.62. Amount due,

$46.84. Supposed owner, Max Hageman.

86. A tract of land situate at Lake

Secor, in the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

44 and 45, Block 23, on a map of lands

of Lake Secor Development filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 151. Assessed, A. Eugene Hill.

Tax, 1937, $3.11. Returned School Tax,

1936, $1.13. Amount duo. $15.95. Sup­

posed owner, A. Eugene Hill.

87. A tract of land situate at Lake

Secor, in the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

43-46, inclusive, Block 20, on a map of

lands of Lake Secor Development filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 151. Assessed, Lilly Rose Hol-

loway. Tax, 1937, $6.21. Amount due,

$18.02. Supposed owner, Lilly Rose

Holloway.

88. A tract of land situate at Lake

Secor, in the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 17 and 18, Block 33, on a map of

lands of Lake Secor Development filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 151. Assessed, Lilly Rose Hal-

loway. Tax, 1937, $3.11. Amount due,

$14.77. Supposed owner, Lilly Rose Hal­

lo wny..

89. A tract of land situate at Harlem

Crossing, in the town of Carmel, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Vz

of Plot No. 11 and all of Plot No. 12,

on a map of lands of Harlem Crossing

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under File No. 121. Assessed, Caesare

and C. Iacovoni. Tax, 1937, $6.21. Light­

ing District Tax, $.52. Returned School

Tax, 1936, $2.25. Amount due, $20.93.

Supposed owners, Caesare and C. Iaco­

voni.

90. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Mahopac Point, in the

town of Carmel, Putnam County, New

York, known as part of Plot No. 23, on

a map of lands of Mahopac Point filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 57. Assessed, Madeline G. Jen

ings. Tax, 1937, $155.20. Lighting Dis

trict Tax, $13.08. Amount due, $188.19.

Supposed owner, Madeline G. Jennings.

91. A tract of land situate at Lake

Secor, in the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

20 and 21, Block 21, on a map of lands

of Lake Secor Development filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 151. Assessed, Frank and M.

Juliano. Tax, 1937, $3.11. Amount due,

$14.77. Supposed owners, Frank and

M. Juliano.

92. A tract of land situate at Lake

Secor, in the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots No.

39 and 40, Block 21, on a map of lands

of Lake Secor Development filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 151. Assessed, Frank and M.

Juliano. Tax, 1937, $3.11. Amount due,

$14.77. Supposed owners, Frank and M.

Juliano.

93. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Secor, in the town

of Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 1 and 2, Block 25,

on a map of lands of Lake Secor De­

velopment filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 151. As­

sessed, Lake Secor Development Com­

pany Incorporated. Tax, 1937, $9.31.

Amount due, $21.28. Supposed owner,

Lake Secor Development Company.

94. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Secor in the town

of Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 29, 30 and 31,

Block 30, on a map of lands of Lake

Secor Development filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

151. Assessed, Lake Secor Development

Company Incorporated. Tax, 1937, $12.42.

Amount due, $24.54. Supposed owner,

Lake Secor Development Company.

95. A tract of land with house there­

on, 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 Company Incorporated. Tax,

1937, $6.21. Amount due, $18.02. Sup­

posed owner, Lake Secor Development

Company.

103. A tract of land situate at Mt.

Hope Road, in the town of Carmel, Put­

nam County New York, known as Plots

Nos. 104-109, inclusive, on a map of

lands of Chambers, filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

11B. Assessed, M. Wallace Mattison.

Tax, 1937, $55.87. Mahopac Lighting

District Tax, $4.71. Amount due, $75.11.

Supposed owner, M. Wallace Mattison.

104. A tract of land situate at Mt.

Hope Road, in the town of Carmel,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 120-123, inclusive, on a map

of lands of Chambers, filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under file No.

UB. Assessed, M. Wallace Mattison.

Tax, 1937. $24.83. Mahopac Lighting Dis­

trict Tax, $2.09. Amount due. $39.77.

Supposed owner, M. Wallace Mattison.

105. A tract of land situate at Lake

Mahopac, in the town of Carmel, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 36, 6, 24, 34, on a map of lands of

Lake Mahopac Park filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No. 9.

Assessed, John F. Miller and Others.

Tax. 1937. $77.60. Mahopac Lighting

District Tax. $6.54. Returned School

Tax. 1936, $32.61. Amount due. $134.09.

Supposed owners, John F. Miller and

Others.

106. A tract of land situate at Lake

Mahopac. in the town of Carmel, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 52, 53, 12. 13. 17 and 18, on a map

of lands of Lake Mahopac Park filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 9. Assessed, John F. Miller and

Others. Tax. 1937. $130.37. Mahopac

Lighting District Tax. $10.99. Returned

School Tax. 1936, $47.25. Amount due,

$209.54. Supposed owners, John F. Mil­

ler and Others.

107. A tract of land situate at Lake

Secor. in the town of Carmel, Putnam

County. New York, known as Plots No.

56-58. inclusive. Block No. 23, on a map

of lands of Lake Secor filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

151. Assessed. Betty Mitchell. Tax

1937. $4.66. Returned School Tax, 1936,

$1.80. Amount due, $18.28. Supposed

owner, Betty Mitchell.

109. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Mahopac Village, in the

town of Carmel, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 76 to 80, in­

clusive, on a map of lands of Mahopac

Village filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 26A. Assessed,

Gideon Ostrander. Tax, 1937, $43.46.

Lighting District Tax, $3.66. Amount

due, $60.98. Supposed owner, Gideon

Ostrander.

110. A tract of land situate at Long

Pond, in the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

40 and 45, on a map of lands of Maho­

pac Falls Park filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 116A. As­

sessed, Pearl Pols. Returned School

Tax, 1936, $2.61. Amount due, $14.24.

Supposed owner, Pearl Pols.

111. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Secor, in the town

of Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 25-27, inclusive,

Block 17, on a map of lands of Lake

Secor Development filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

151. Assessed, Millie Rizzo. Tax, 1937,

$18.63. Returned School Tax, 1936,

$6.84. Amount due, $38.24. Supposed

owner, Millie Rizzo.

112. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Secor, in the town

of Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 1 and 2, Block 32,

on a map of lands of Lake Secor De­

velopment filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 151. As­

sessed, Roy R. Santmyer. Tax, 1937,

$9.31. Amount due, $21.28. Supposed

owner, Roy R. Santmyer.

113. A tract of land situate at Long

Pond, in the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, known as Pot No.

96, on a map of lands of Mahopac Falls

Park filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 116C. Assessed,

Mathilda L. Solomon. Returned School

Tax, 1936, $1.31. Amount due, $12.88.

Supposed owner, Mathilda L. Solomon.

114. A tract of land situate at Lake

Secor, in the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 7 and 8, Block 41, on a map of

lands of Lake Secor Development filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 151. Assessed, Sorrento and

Scarcello Tropeano. Tax, 1937, $3.11.

Amount due, $14.77. Supposed owners,

Sorrento and Scarcello Tropeano.

115. A tract of land situate at Lake

Secor, in the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

38 and 39, Block 23, on a map of lands

of Lake Secor Development filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 151. Assessed, Harold Trous-

neck. Tax, 1937, $3.11. Returned School

Tax, 1936, $1.13. Amount due, $15.95.

Supposed owner, Harold Trousneck

116. A tract of land situate at Lake

Secor, in the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

27 and 28, Block 33, on a map of lands

of Lake Secor Development filed ill

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 151. Assessed, James Tymon.

Tax,' 1937, $9.31. Amount due, $21.28.

Supposed owner, James Tymon.

117. A tract of land situate at Lake

Secor, in the town of Carmel, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

45 and 46, Block 33, on a map of lands

of Lake Secor Development filed in Put­

nam County Clerk's Office under File

No. 151. Assessed, Edward Wurzel. Tax,

1937, $6.21. Returned School Tax, 1936,

$10.44. Amount due, $28.98. Supposed

owner, Edward Wurzel.

118. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Secor, in the town

of Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

known as Lots Nos. 6 to 10, inclusive,

Block 5, on a map of lands of Lake

Secor Development filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

151. Assessed, F. and Elsie Yarkorsky.

Tax, 1937, $10.87. Amount due, $22.91.

Supposed owners, F. and Elsie Yarkor­

sky.

119. A tract of land located at Car­

mel, in the northerly part of the town

of Carmel, Putnam County, New York,

containing about two hundred and

seven acres, bounded north by lands of

Hill and Dale, east by lands of Simp­

son, south by lands Dineen, west by

lands of Tompkins. Assessed, Hefferman

Development Company. Returned School

Tax, 1936, Balance, $54.53. Amount due,

$68.76. Supposed owner, Hefferman De­

velopment Company.

121. A tract of land with shop there­

on, located at Mahopac Point, in the

central part of the town of Carmel, Put­

nam County, New York, containing

about one-half acre, bounded north by

lands of Clark, east by lands of Rail­

road, south by lands of Faillace, west

by Cherry Lane. Assessed, Clara G.

Hart Tax, 1937, $24.83. Lighting Dis­

trict Tax. $2.09. Sewer District No. 1

Tax, $5.28. Amount due, $45.31. Sup­

posed owner, Clara G. Hart.

District Tax, $6.73. Returned School

Tax, 1936, $26.13. Amount due, $99.62.

Supposed owners, Harry T. Burgess and

Wife.

3. 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 hun­

dred and sixteen acres, bounded north

by lands of Ives, east by lands of Har­

lem Railroad, south by lands of Roberts,

west by lands of Finkelstein. Assessed,

Edward Burdick Estate. Tax, 1937, Bal­

ance, $107.10. Amount due, $123.96. Sup­

posed owners, Howard and Mary E.

Burdick.

4. A tract of land with building there­

on, located at High School District, in

the northern part of the town of Pat­

terson, Putnam County, New York, con­

taining about one-quarter acre, bound­

ed north by Street, east by Street, south

by lands of Ganung, west by lands of

Sloat Assessed, Joseph Brown. Tax,

1937, $51.06. Lighting District Tax, $6.73.

Amount due, $72.18. Supposed owner,

Joseph Brown.

5. A tract of land located at Elm Tree

District, in the southern part of the

town of Patterson, Putnam County, New

York, containing about one hundred and

thirty-four acres, bounded north by

lands of Brandon, east by the Street,

south by lands of Bienenstein, west by

lands of Harlem Railroad. Assessed,

B. H. and William Byron. Tax, 1937,

$92.84. Amount due, $108.98. Supposed

owners, B. H. and W. E. Byron.

6. A tract of land with house thereon,

located 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, 1937, $141.58. Re­

turned School Tax, 1936, $19.60. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $43.08. Amount

due, $225.97. Supposed owner, Mrs.

Sophia Coman.

7. A tract of land located at Well

Curb District, in the southeastern part

of the town of Paterson, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, containing about thirty-

five acres, bounded north by the Road,

east by lands of McClain, south by lands

of Talbert, west by lands of Flower.

Assessed, Frederic Entz. Tax, 1937,

$85.88. Amount due, $101.67. Supposed

owner, Frederic J. Entz.

8. 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-eighth acre, bounded north

by lands of Chase, east by the Street,

south by lands of Townsend, west by

lands of Watkins. Assessed, Walter

Knapp Estate. Tax, 1937, $41.78. Light­

ing District Tax, $5.51. Returned School

Tax, 1936, $21.38. Amount due, $83.60.

Supposed owner, Rozilla Knapp.

9. A tract of land located at Towners

District, in the western part of the town

of Patterson, Putnam County, New

York, containing about fifty acres,

bounded north by lands of Alexander,

east by lands of Peck, south by lands

of Merrick, west by lands of Herrlich

Home. Assessed, Mrs. George F. Lloyd.

Tax, 1937, $69.63. Amount due, $84.61.

Supposed owner, Mrs. G. F. Lloyd.

11. A tract of land situate at Moun­

tain View Development, in the town of

Patterson, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 11 and 12, Section

D, on a map of lands of Mountain

View Development filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office. Assessed, Harry

A. Latz Service Incorporated. Tax, 1937,

$3.25. Amount due, $14.91. Supposed

owner, Harry A. Latz Service Incorpo­

rated.

12. A tract of land situate at Fields

District, in the town of Patterson, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 6234-6243, inclusive, on a map of

lands of Lake Carmel Development filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office. As­

sessed, Anna M. Murray. Tax, 1937,

$11.61. Returned School Tax. 1936, $5.24.

Returned School Tax, 1937, $5.33.

Amount due, $34.79. Supposed owner,

Anna M. Murray.

13. A tract of land situate at Fields

District, in the town of Patterson, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 6282 and 6283, on a map of lands

of Lake Carmel Development filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed.

McGolrick Realty Corporation. Tax,

1937. $2.32. Returned School Tax, 1936.

$1.05. Returned School Tax, 1937, $1.07.

Amount due, $16.16. Supposed owner,

McGolrick Realty Corporation.

14. A tract of land situate at Moun­

tain View, in the town of Patterson,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots 6 and 7 and bungalow, Section

D, on a map of lands of Mountain View

Development filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office. Assessed, Carlton S.

Quimby. Tax, 1937, $10.21. Amount due,

$22.22. Supposed owner, Carlton S.

Quimby.

122. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at Bullet Hole, in the west­

erly part of the town of Carmel, Put­

nam County, New York, containing

about eighty-two acres, bounded north

by lands of Godsen, east by lands of

Nicholsburg, south by lands of Lake

Secor Development, west by Town

Line. Assessed, Outram Sherman. Re­

turned School Tax, 1936. $25.43. Amount

due, $38.20. Supposed owner, Outram

W. Sherman.

PATTEKSON

1. A tract of land with garage and

house thereon, located at High School

District, in the northwestern part of

the town of Patterson. Putnam County.

New York, containing about one-third

acre, bounded north by lands of Bur­

gess, east by lands of Teske, south by

State Road, west by Lands of Christ

Church. Assessed, Harry T. Burgess and

Wife. Tax. 1937. Balance. $41.05. Light­

ing District Tax. $15.30. Returned

School Tax, 1936. $59.39. Amount due,

$133.03. Supposed owners, Harry T.

Burgess and Wife.

2. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at High School District, in

the northwestern part of the town of

Patterson. Putnam County, New York,

containing about one - quarter acre,

bounded north by lands of Smith, east

by the Street, south by lands of Burgess

and Teske, west by lands of Christ

Church. Assessed. Harry T. Burgess

and Wife. Tax. 1937. $51.06. Lighting

15. A tract of land with bungalow

thereon, located at Fields District, in

the southwtstern part of the town of

Patterson, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 6034-6036, inclu­

sive, on a map of lands of Lake Carmel

Development filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office. Assessed, Frank and

Katherine Zimi. Tax, 1937, $11.61.

Amount due. $23.69. Supposed owners,

Frank and Katherine Zimi.

16. A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Paterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

225-230, inclusive, Map 1, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

Filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Arthur Smadbeck. Tax, 1937.

$5.58. Returned School Tax, 1936, $1.15.

Amount due. $18.57. Supposed owner,

Arthur Smadbeck.

Returned School Tax, 1936, $0.58.

Amount due, $15.03. Supposed owner.

Palmer Fureo.

19. A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

817-819, inclusive. Map 1, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Richard Knoth. Tax, 1937,

$2.78. Returned School Tax, 1936, $0.85.

Amount due, $15.31. Supposed owner,

Richard Knoth.

20. A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Put­

nam County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 982-987, inclusive, Map 1, on a map

of lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, J. Secordanio. Tax, 1937.

$2.78. Returned School Tax, 1936, $0.58.

Amount due, $15.03. Supposed owner,

J. Secordano.

21. A tract of land with bungalow

thereon, situate at Putnam Lake, in the

town of Patterson, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 1623

and 1624, Map 2, on a map of lands of

Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Arthur Smadbeck. Tax, 1937, $4.64.

Amount due, $16.37. Supposed owner,

Vincent Calucla.

22. A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

1637-1641, Map 2, on a map of lands of

Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Mirror Holding Corporation. Tax, 1937,

$4.64. Amount due, $16.37. Supposed

owners, Mary and Gerard Smith.

23. A tract of land with bungalow

thereon, situate at Putnam Lake, in the

town of Patterson, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 1798 and

1799, Map 2, on a map of lands of Mir­

ror Holding Corporation filed in Put­

nam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Joseph and Josephine Stahl. Tax, 1937,

$6.50. Returned School Tax, 1936, $0.87.

Amount due, $19.24. Supposed owners,

Joseph and Josephine Stahl.

24. A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

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

of lands of Mirror Holding Corpora­

tion filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office. Assessed, James E. Bowman.

Tax, 1937, $3.71. Amount due, $15.40.

Supposed owner, James E. Bowman.

25. A tract of land situated at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

2150-2152, inclusive, Map 2, on a map

of lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Ellen C. Reinhard. Tax, 1937,

$3.48. Returned School Tax, 1936, $0.73.

Amount due, $15.92. Supposed owner,

Ellen C. Reinhard.

26. A tract of land with foundation

thereon, sitaute at Putnam Lake, in the

town of Patterson, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 2233

and 2234, Map 3, on a map of lands of

Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Arthur Smadbeck. Tax, 1937, $4.41.

Amount due, $16.13. Supposed owner,

Arthur Smadbeck.

28. A traot of land with bungalow

thereon, situate at Putnam Lake, in the

town of Patterson, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 2741

and 2742, Map 4, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

John J. Feeley. Tax, 1937. $11.61. Re­

turned School Tax, 1936, $0.43. Amount

due, $24.14. Supposed owner, John J.

Feeley.

29. A tract of land with bungalow

thereon, situate at Putnam Lake, in the

town of Patterson, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 2880

and 2881, Map 4, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

WiUiam Franz. Tax. 1937, $11.14.

Amount due, $23.20. Supposed owner,

William Franz.

30. A tract of land with bungalow

thereon, situate at Putnam Lake, in the

town of Patterson, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 3665-

3667, inclusive, Map 4, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Jennie and Dominick Franzia.

Tax, 1937, $20.89. Returned School Tax,

1936, $4.82. Amount due, $38.50. Sup­

posed owners, Jennie and Dominick

Franzia.

31. A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

5178-5181, inclusive, Map 7, on a map

of lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed John Sampugna. Tax, 1937,

$2.78. Returned School Tax, 1936, $0.58.

Amount due, $15.03. Supposed owner,

John Sampugna.

32. A tract of land with bungalow

thereon, situate at Putnam Lake, in the

town of Patterson, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 5668

and 5669, Map 7, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Arthur Smadbeck. Tax, 1937, $6.49.

Amount due, $18.31. Supposed owner,

Frank Stein, Jr.

33. A tract of land with bungalow

thereon, situate at Putnam Lake, in the

town of Patterson, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 5872-

5874, inclusive, Map 8, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Louis J. Kraft. Tax, 1937,

$23.21. Returned School Tax, 1936, $4.33.

Amount due, $40.42. Supposed owner,

Louis J. Kraft.

17. A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County. New York, known as Plots Nos.

397. 398. 399, 400, Map 1. on 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. $0.58.

Amount due, $15.05. Supposed owner,

Pondo Canio.

18. A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County. New York, known as Plots Nos.

774-779. inclusive, Map 1. on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Palmer Furco. Tax, 1937, $2.78.

34. A tract of land with bungalow

thereon, situate at Putnam Lake, in the

town of Patterson, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 5989-

5992, Map 8, on a map of lands of Mirror

Holding Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office. Assessed, John P.

Gleason. Tax, 1937, $11.61. Returned

School Tax. 1936. $2.41. Amount due.

$26.22. Supposed owner, John P. Glea­

son.

35. A tract of land with bungalow

thereon, situate at Putnam Lake, in the

town of Patterson, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 6152-

6155, inclusive, Map 8, on a map of


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lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, John J. and Emily McCor-

mick. Tax, 1937, $20.89. Returned School

Tax, 1936, $4.33. Amount due, $37.98.

Supposed owners, John J. and Emily

McCormick.

36. A tract of land with bungalow

thereon, situate at Putnam Lake, in the

town of Patterson, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 6371-

6373, inclusive. Map 8, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Cecilia Heller. Tax, 1937,

$24.14. Amount due, $36.85. Supposed

owner, Cecilia Heller.

37. A tract of land with building

thereon, situate at Putnam Lake, in the

town of Patterson, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 9901-

9903, inclusive, Map 10, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Arthur Smadbeck. Tax, 1937,

$9.28. Returned School Tax, 1936, $1.93.

Amount due, $23.27. Supposed owner.

Nelson F. Doyle.

38. A tract of land with bungalow

thereon, situate at Putnam Lake, in the

town of Patterson, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 9961

and 9962, Map 10, on map of lands of

Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

John R. and Edna Haverty. Tax, 1937,

$16.25. Amount due, $28.56. Supposed

owner, Edna Haverty.

39. A tract of land with bungalow

thereon, situate at Putnam Lake, in the

town of Patterson, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 10031

and 10032, Map 10, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Arthur Smadbeck. Tax, 1937, $5.80. Re­

turned School Tax, 1936, $0.29. Amount

due, $17.89. Supposed owner, Arthur

Smadbeck.

40. A tract of land with building

thereon, situate at Putnam Lake, in the

town of Patterson, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 10033

and 10034, Map 10, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Mirror Holding Corporation. Tax, 1937,

$16.25. Returned School Tax, 1936, $3.37.

Amount due, $32.10. Supposed owner,

Mirror Holding Corporation.

41. A house situate at Putnam Lake,

in the town of Patterson, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, on Lots Nos. 263-265, in­

clusive, Map A, on a map of lands of

Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Louise Erler. Omitted Tax, 1936, $26.11.

Amount due, $38.92. Supposed owner,

Louise Esler.

42. A tract of land with bungalow

thereon, situate at Putnam Lake, in the

town of Patterson, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 643-

645, inclusive, 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. Supposed owner,

Emma Bateman.

43. A tract of land with bungalow

thereon, situate at Putnam Lake, in the

town of Patterson, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plots Nos. 660-G63, in­

clusive, Map A, on a map of lands of

Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Arthur Smadbeck. Tax, 1937, $16.25.

Amount due, $28.56. Supposed owner,

Arthur Smadbeck.

44. A tract of land with bungalow

thereon, situate at Putnam Lake, in the

town of Patterson, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 2138

and 2139, Map B, on a map of lands filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office. As­

sessed, Michael Malanga. Tax, 1937,

$3.94. Amount due, $15.64. Supposed

owner, Michael Malanga.

45. A tract of land with bungalow

thereon, situate at Putnam Lake, in the

town of Patterson, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 2316-

2318, inclusive, Map B, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, R. V. Skeels. Tax, 1937, $13.93.

Returned School Tax, 1936, $2.89

Amount due, $29.16. Supposed owners,

Silvia and Cohen Pitchevsky.

46. A tract of land with bungalow

thereon, situate at Putnam Lake, in the

town of Patterson, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 2332-

2334, inclusive. Map B, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, Sarah Lightbody. Tax, 1937,

$9.28. Returned School Tax, 1936, $1.93.

Amount due, $23.27. Supposed owner,

Sarah Lightbody.

47. A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 2540-2545, inclusive, Map B, on a

map of lands of Mirror Holding Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office. Assessed, Clara Lawler. Tax,

1937, $4.87. Amount due, $16.61. Sup­

posed owner, Clara Lawler.

48. A tract of land with bungalow

thereon, situate at Putnam Lake, in the

town of Patterson, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 2615-

2618, inclusive, Map B, on a map of

lands of Mirror Holding Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office.

Assessed, James Burnett. Tax. 1937.

$23.21. Returned School Tax, 1936. $4.82.

Amount due, $40.93. Supposed owner,

James Barnett.

49. A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots

Nos. 2829-2832, inclusive, Map C. on a

map of lands of Mirror Holding Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office. Assessed, James B. De Luna.

Tax, 1937. $3.25. Returned School Tax.

1936. $0.67. Amount due. $15.62. Sup­

posed owner, James B. De Luna.

51. A tract of land with bungalow

thereon, situate at Putnam Lake, in the

town of Patterson, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 2859

and 2860, Map C, on a map of lands

of Mirror Holding Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Charlotte Kuhlwein. Tax, 1937, $11.61

Amount due, $23.09. Supposed owner,

Charlotte Kuhlwein.

52. A tract of land situate at Putnam

Lake, in the town of Patterson, Putnam

County, New York, known as bungalow

and Plots 3054, 3055, 3057, Map C, on a

map of lands of Mirror Holding Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office. Assessed, Arthur Smadbeck.

Tax, 1937, $1020. Amount due, $2221.

Supposed owner, Jeanne Eisenberg.

PUTNAM VALLEY

1. A tract of land located at Tomp­

kins Corners, in the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York, con­

taining about fifteen acres, bounded

north, east and south by lands of

Scheiber, west by lands of Travis. As­

sessed, Heirs of Charles G. Austin. Tax,

1937, $3.67. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$1.62. Amount due, $17.05. Supposed

owners, Charles G. Austin Heirs.

2. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 53-56, inclusive, Block 1,

Section A, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185. Assessed, Alberto Amato.

Tax, 1937, $7.83. Park District Tax, $1.82.

Fire District Tax, $0.16. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $3.45. Amount due,

$25.42. Supposed owners, Heirs of Al­

berto Amato.

3. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 31 and 32, 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, Stephen Augustowski. 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, Joseph A. Scozzafava.

4. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as one-half of Plot 23, 24 and 25, 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, Mary Allen.

Tax, 1937, $4.89. Park District Tax, $1.13.

Fire District Tax, $0.10. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $2.15. Amount due,

$20.18. Supposed owner, Mary Allen.

5. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plots Nos. 334

and 335, Block 53, Section G, on a map

of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Corp­

oration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185F. Assessed,

John and Elizabeth Ashman. Tax, 1937,

$15.44. Park District Tax, $5.68. Fire

District Tax, $0.49. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $10.75. Amount due, $45.48.

Supposed owners, John and Elizabeth

Ashman.

6. A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Lake Peekskill, in the town of

Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, known as Lots Nos. 42-44, 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, Alberto Amato.

Tax. 1937, $19.57. Park District Tax,

$4.54. Fire District Tax. $0.39. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $8.60. Amount due.

$46.26. Supposed owners, Heirs of Al­

berto Amato.

7. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley. Putnam County, New York, known

as Plot No. 106, 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. Bruce Adams. Tax. 1937. $1.96.

Park District Tax, $0.45. Fire District

Tax, $0.04. Amount due, $14.07. Sup­

posed owner, Bruce Adams.

8. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 15-18. Block 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, Arnold E. Almlof. Tax.

1937. $7.83. Park District Tax, $1.82. Fire

District Tax, $0.16. Amount due, $21.80.

Supposed owner, Arnold E. Almlof.

9. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 107 and 108, Block 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, John C. Allen.

Tax. 1937. $1.96. Park District Tax. $0.45.

Fire District Tax, $0.04. Returned School

Tax, 1937. $0.86. Amount due, $14.98.

Supposed owner, John C. Allen.

10. A tract of land situate at Osca-

wana Lake, Peekskill, in the town of

Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, known as Plot No. 17, on a map

of lands of Oscawana Lake Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 9B. As­

sessed. Burton Braley. Tax. 1937. $9.79.

Fire District Tax, $0.20. Amount due,

$21.99. Supposed owner, Burton Braley.

11. A tract of land located at Wood

Street, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about six acres, bounded north by

lands of Russell, east by lands of New

York Power and Light Corporation,

south by lands of Pinckney, west by

lands of Parkway. Assessed. Ernest W.

Berger Heirs. Tax. 1937, $58.71. Amount

due. $73.15. Supposed owners, Ernest W.

Berger Heirs.

12. A tract of land located at Wood

Street, in the town of Putnam Valley.

Putnam County, New York, containing

about forty-four acres, bounded north

by lands of Cornell, east by lands of

Parkway, south by lands of Pinckney.

Assessed. Heirs of Ernest W. Berger.

Tax, 1937. $48.93. Amount due. $62.88.

Supposed owners, Ernest W. Berger

Heirs.

13. A tract of land located at Barger

Street, in the eastern part of the town

of Putnam Valley. Putnam County. New

York, containing about seven acres,

bounded north by lands of Wood, east

by lands of Wood, south by lands of

Fennelly. west by lands of Giletti. As­

sessed. Heirs of Arity Barger. Tax, 1937.

$3.91. Fire District Tax. $0.08. Amount

due. $15.69. Supposed owners, Heirs of

Arity Barger.

14. A tract of land located in the

northern section of the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York,

bounded north by lands of Turnpike,

east by Town Line, south by lands of

Azzimonti, west by lands of Townsend.

Assessed, George Bennett Tax, 1937,

$12.24. Amount due, $24.35. Supposed

owner, George Bennett

15. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Camp Lookout in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plot No. 91, on

a map of lands of Peekskill Hill Top

Incorporated filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 121 A

Modified. Assessed, J. J. Butterly. Tax,

1937, $44.04. Fire District Tax, $0.89.

Returned School Tax, 1937, $19.36.

Amount due, $79.00. Supposed owner,

J. J. Butterly.

16. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 11 and 12, Block 2, Section

A, on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185. Assessed, Robert and Dorothy Bea-

consall. Tax, 1937, $3.91. Park District

Tax, $0.91. Fire District Tax, $0.08. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $1.72. Amount

due, $18.45. Supposed owner Arthur C.

Todd.

18. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 22 and 23, Block 15, Sec­

tion B, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185A Assessed, Ed. R. and

Helen Beisser. Tax, 1937, $4.89. Park

District Tax, $1.13. Fire District Tax,

$6.10. Returned School Tax, 1937, $2.15.

Amount due, $20.18. Supposed owners,

Ed. R. and Helen Beisser.

19. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 131 and 132, Block 17, Sec­

tion B, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185A. Assessed, Mollie Gibel-

man Brickner. Tax, 1937, $3.91. Park

District Tax, $0.91. Fire District Tax,

$0.08. Returned School Tax, 1937, $1.72

Amount due, $18.45. Supposed owner,

Mollie Gibelman Brickner.

20. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 3 and 4, Block 25, Section

C, on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185B. Assessed, Peter Bollhagen. Tax,

1937, $3.91. Park District Tax, $0.91. Fire

District Tax, $0.08. Amount due, $16.65.

Supposed owner, Peter Bollhagen.

21. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 140 and 141, Block 52, Sec­

tion E, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185D. Assessed, Clarence A.

Borst. Tax, 1937, $3.91. Park District

Tax, $0.91. Fire District Tax, $0.08. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $1.72. Amount

due, $18.45. Supposed owner, Clarence

A. Borst.

22. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plot No. 266, 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. As­

sessed, Carl Bergstrom. Tax, 1937, $6.12.

Park District Tax, $1.42. Fire District

Tax, $0.13. Amount due, $19.55. Sup­

posed owner, Carl Bergstrom.

23. A tract of land located at Oregon,

in the town of Putnam Valley, Putnam

County, New York, bounded north by

lands of Hollow Brook, east by the

Highway, south by lands of Buschee,

west by lands of Buschee. Assessed, Jo­

seph Cioffl. Tax, 1937, $9.79. Fire District

Tax, $0.20. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$4.30. Amount due, $26.50. Supposed

owner, Joseph Cioffl.

24. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Oscawana Lake, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plot No. 3, on

a map of lands of Oscawana Lake Park

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under File No. 59. Assessed, Chestnut

Point Realty Corporation. Tax. 1937.

$58.72. Amount due, $73.16. Supposed

owner, Chestnut Point Realty Corpora­

tion.

25. A tract of land with building

thereon, located at Oscawana Heights,

in the town of Putnam Valley, Putnam

County, New York, bounded north by

lands of Silleck, east by the Highway,

south by lands of Wanagru, west by

lands of Silleck. Assessed, Common

School District No. 6. Tax, 1937, $24.47.

Returned School Tax. 1937. $10.76.

Amount due, $48.49. Supposed owner,

Lake Oscawana East Taxpayers Asso­

ciation, Incorporated.

26. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Oscawana Lake, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plot No. 32. on

a map of lands of Ed. Post filed in Put­

nam County Clerk's Office under File

No. 6A. Assessed. Hazel M. Harris and

John B. Cassidy. Tax. 1937. $24.47. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937. $10.76. Amount

due, $48.49. Supposed owner, E. L. Post.

27. A tract of land situate at Cedar

Ledges, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plot No. 34, on a map of lands of Cedar

Park filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 76. Assessed,

David Curtis. Tax, 1937, $9.79. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.20. Amount due, $21.99.

Supposed owner, David Curtis.

28. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill. in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 72 and 73. Block 2. Section

A, on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Ofllce under File No.

185. Assessed, Jenny Nero and Giac-

chino Concettiano. Tax. 1937. $3.92. Park

District Tax, $0.91. Fire District Tax,

$0.08. Returned School Tax. 1937. $1.72.

Amount due, $18.46. Supposed owner,

Jenny Nero.

29. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Lots Nos. 142-145, Block 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, Lillian A. Camp. Tax,

1937, $9.79. Park District Tax, $2.27. Fire

District Tax, $0.20. Amount due, $24.37.

Supposed owner, Lillian A. Camp.

30. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Lots Nos. 36 and 37, 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, Mildred Crowe. Tax,

1937, $3.91. Park District Tax, $0.91. Fire

District Tax, $0.08. Amount due, $16.65.

Supposed owner, Mildred Crowe.

31. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 45 and 46, Block 57, Sec­

tion F, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185E. Assessed, Madeline Cap-

pa. Tax, 1937, $3.91. Park District Tax,

$0.91. Fire District Tax, $0.08. Amount

due, $16.65. Supposed owner, Madeline

Cappa.

32. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plots Nos. 50-

53, Block 58, Section F, on a map of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Corpo­

ration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185E. Assessed,

Clarence Commerford, Jr. Tax, 1937,

$36.70. Park District Tax, $8.51. Fire

District Tax, $0.74. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $16.14. Amount due, $76.69.

Supposed owner, Clarence Commer­

ford, Jr.

33. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 54-58, 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. Assessed, Clarence Commerford,

Jr. Tax, 1937, $9.79. Park District Tax,

$2.27. Fire District Tax, $0.20. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $4.30. Amount due,

$28.89. Supposed owner, Clarence Com­

merford, Jr.

34. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 78 and 79, Block 62, Sec­

tion F, on a map of lands of Lake Peeks-

kill Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185E. Assessed, John F.. Campo. Tax,

1937, $3.91. Park District Tax, $0.91. Fire

District Tax, $0.08. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $1.72. Amount due, $18.45.

Supposed owner, John F. Campo.

36. 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 of F. K.

James Company filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 6E Modi­

fied. Assessed, Minnie Dilieto. Tax, 1937,

$7.34. Lighting District Tax, $1.35. Fire

District Tax, $0.15. Park District Tax,

$1.05. Returned School Tax, 1937, $3.23

Amount due, $25.28. Supposed owner,

Minnie Dilieto.

37. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Abele Park, in the town

of Putnam Valley, Putnam County, New

York, known as Lot No. 138, on a map

of lands of F. K. James Company filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 6E Modified. Assessed, Paul G.

Dennis. Tax, 1937, $29.36. Lighting Dis­

trict Tax, $5.41. Fire District Tax, $0.59.

Park District Tax. $4.20. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $12.90. Amount due,

$66.58. Supposed owner, Paul G. Dennis.

39. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 145 and 146, Block 1, Sec­

tion A, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Elizabeth Dornbierer. Tax, 1937, $5.87.

Park District Tax, $1.36. Fire District

Tax. $0.12. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$2.58. Amount due, $21.93. Supposed

owner, Elizabeth Dornbierer.

41. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 32-36, 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, Adeline DeRosa. Tax.

1937. $12.23. Park District Tax, $2.84.

Fire District Tax, $0.25. Returned School

Tax. 1937, $5.38. Amount due, $33.24.

Supposed owner, Henry Bell.

42. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley. Putnam County, New York, known

as Lots Nos. 121 and 122, Block 52, Sec­

tion E, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185D. Assessed, Adriane de la

Serna. Tax. 1937, $3.91. Park District

Tax, $0.91. Fire District Tax. $0.08. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $1.71. Amount

due, $18.44. Supposed owner, Adriane

de la Serna.

43. A tract of land situate at Camp

Lookout, in the town of Putnam Valley.

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 249 and 250, on a map of

lands of Peekskill Hill Top Incorporated

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under File No. 121A Modified. Assessed.

Ernest Eberhard. Tax. 1937. $7.34. Fire

District Tax. $0.15. Returned School

Tax, 1937. $3.22. Amount due, $22.75.

Supposed owner, Ernest Eberhard.

44. A tract of land situate at Camp

Lookout, in the town of Putnam Valley.

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plot No. 253 on a map of lands of

Peekskill Hill Top Incorporated filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 121A Modified. Assessed, Eu­

gene S. Evans. Tax. 1937. $3.91. Fire

District Tax. $0.08. Returned School

Tax. 1937. $1.72. Amount due. $17.50.

Supposed owner, Eugene S. Evans.

45. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill. in the town of Putnam Val­

ley. Putnam County. New York, known

as Plots Nos. 14-16. Block 1, Section A.

on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Puinain

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185. Assessed. Leon Edelstein. Tax, 1937,

$5.87. Park District Tax, $1.36. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.12. Amount due, $1922.

Supposed owner, Leon Edelstein.

47. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as part of Plot No. 28 and part of Plot

No. 29, Block 20, Section C, on a map

of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185B. Assessed,

Gertrude Elenbecker. Tax, 1937, $0.98.

Park District Tax, $0.23. Fire District

Tax, $0.02. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$0.43. Amount due, $13.24. Supposed

owner, Gertrude Elenbecker.

48. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 61 and 62, Block 64, Sec­

tion F, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185E. Assessed, Robert Engel.

Tax, 1937, $3.91. Park District Tax, $0.91.

Fire District Tax, $0.08. Amount due,

$16.65. Supposed owner, Ernest Engle.

49. A tract of land situate at Hill Top

Estate, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, on a map of

lands of F. K. James Company filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 115. Assessed, Jerry Fagio. Tax,

1937, $4.89. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$2.15. Amount due, $18.89. Supposed

owner, Jerry Fagio.

50. A tract of land situate at Camp

Lookout, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plot No. 153, on a map of lands of

Peekskill Hill Top Incorporated filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 121A Modified. Assessed, Jack

C. Fleischer. Tax, 1937, $7.34. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.15. Returned School Tax,

1937, $3.23. Amount due, $22.76. Sup­

posed owner, Jack C. Fleischer.

51. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plots Nos. 1-3,

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, Peter and

John Fresco. Tax, 1937, $44.04. Park Dis­

trict Tax, $10.22. Fire District Tax, $0.89.

Returned School Tax, 1937, $19.36.

Amount due, $89.74. Supposed owners,

Peter and John Fusco.

52. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Lots Nos. 42 and 43, 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, Cathleen Flood. Tax,

1937, $3.91. Park District Tax, $0.91. Fire

District Tax, $0.08. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $1.71. Amount due, $18.44.

Supposed owner, Catherine Flood.

53. A tract of land with shack there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plot No. 204,

Block 55, Section E, on a map of lands

of Lake Peekskill Reauty Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under File No. 185D. Assessed, Max

Feigenblott. Tax, 1937, $12.24. Park Dis­

trict Tax. $2.84. Fire District Tax, $0.25.

Returned School Tax, 1937, $5.38.

Amount due, $33.25. Supposed owner,

Max Feigenblott.

55. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam 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 under File No.

185E. Assessed, Caroline Flynn. Tax,

1937, $7.83. Park District Tax, $1.81. Fire

District Tax, $0.16. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $3.43. Amount due, $25.39.

Supposed owner, Caroline Flynn.

57. A tract of land situate at Osca­

wana Gardens, in the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plot No. 11, Block 12, on a

map of lands of Hudson Heights Devel­

opment Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

112. Assessed, Joseph Glick and Pauline

Cohen. Tax. 1937, $2.45. Fire District

Tax. $0.05. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$1.07. Amount due, $15.25. Supposed

owners, Joseph Glick and Pauline

Cohen.

59. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam 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.

185. Assessed, Heirs of Mary Ellen

Greene. Tax. 1937. $5.87. Park District

Tax. $1.36. Fire District Tax. $0.12. Re­

turned School Tax. 1937, S2.58. Amount

due, $21.93. Supposed owners. Heirs of

Mary E. Greene.

60. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Lots 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. 185. Assessed, Heirs of

Mary Ellen Greene. Tax, 1937, $29.36.

Park District Tax. $6.81. Fire District

Tax. $0.59. Returned School Tax. 1937.

$12.90. Amount due, $63.64. Supposed

owners, Heirs of Mary E. Greene.

61. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as part of Plot 30 and west part of Plot

No. 31, on map of lands of Lake Peeks-

kill Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185B. Assessed, Annie Gcenan. Tax,

1937. $1.96. Park District Tax. $0.45. Fire

District Tax. $0.04. Amount due. $14.07.

Supposed owner. Annie Geenan.

62. A tract of land with two houses

thereon, situate at Wood Street, in the

town of Putnam Valley. Putnam Coun­

ty. 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. Assessed. Lena H. Hoffkoss.

Tax. 1937. $53.82. Fire District Tax.

$1.08. Amount due. $69.15. Supposed

owner, Lena H. Hoffkoss.

66. A tract of land with garage there­

on, situate at Wildwood Knolls, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

try, New York, known as Lot No. 1, on

a map of lands of Oscawana Lake Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 77D. As­

sessed, Heirs of Margaret Hicks. Tax,

1637, $19.57. Fire District Tax, $0.39. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $8.60. Amount

due, $41.49. Supposed owners. Heirs of

Margaret Hicks.

67. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Oscawana Gardens, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plot No. 2.

Block 2, on a map of lands of Hudson

Heights Development Corporation filed

in Putnam County's Clerk's Office un­

der File No. 112. Assessed, Hudson

Heights Development Corporation. Tax,

1937, $41.59. Fire District Tax, $0.84

Returned School Tax, 1937, $18.29

Amount due, $75.26. Supposed owner.

Hudson Heights Development Corpora­

tion.

68. A tract of land situate as Osca­

wana Gardens, in the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plot No. 8, Block 20, on a

map of lands of Hudson Heights De­

velopment Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

112. Assessed, Hudson Heights Devel­

opment Corporation. Tax, 1937, $1.96

Fire District Tax, $0.04. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $0.86. Amount due

$14.50. Supposed owner, Hudson Heights

Development Corporation.

69. A tract of land situate at Osca­

wana Gardens, in the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plot No. 10, Block 20, on a

map of lands of Hudson Heights Devel­

opment Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

112. Assessed, Hudson Heights Develop­

ment Corporation. Tax, 1937, $1.96. Fire

District Tax, $0.04. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $0.86. Amount due, $14.50.

Supposed owner, Hudson Heights De­

velopment Corporation.

70. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam 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 under File No. 185B. As­

sessed, Joseph Heigl. Tax, 1937, $5.87.

Park District Tax, $1.36. Fire District

Tax, $0.12. Amount due, $19.22. Supposed

owner, Joseph Heigl.

72. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plot No. 38-40, 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. As­

sessed, Edward and Helen Herzog. Tax,

1937, $5.87. Park District Tax, $1.36. Fire

District Tax, $0.12. Amount due, $19.22.

Supposed owners, Edward and Helen

Herzog.

73. A tract of land with buildings

thereon, situate at Lake Peekskill, in

the town of Putnam Valley, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

230C, 230A and 230B, 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, Elizabeth Hart. Tax,

1937, $92.97. Park District Tax, $21.57.

Fire District Tax. $1.87. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $40.86. Amount due, $176.63.

Supposed owner, Elizabeth Hart

74. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 26 and 27, Block 57, Sec­

tion F, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185E. Assessed, Elizabeth Hajek.

Tax, 1937, $3.91." Park District Tax, $0.91.

Fire District Tax, $0.08. Amount due.

$16.65. Supposed owner, Winifred Mc-

Auliffe.

75. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 68-71. 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. Assessed. Michael J. and Mary

Haven. Tax. 1937, $7.83. Park District

Tax, $1.82. Fire District Tax, $0.16.

Amount due. $21.80. Supposed owners,

Michael J. and Mary Haven.

76. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plot No. 19, on a map of lands of

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office. As­

sessed, Hollow Brook Realty Corpora­

tion. Returned School Tax, 1936, $4.21.

Amount due, $15.92. Supposed owner,

Hollow Brook Realty Corporation.

78. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill. in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 12 and 13, Block 56, Sec­

tion G, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under File

No. 185F. Assessed. Mildred M. Im­

perial. Tax. 1937, $4.89. Park District

Tax, $1.13. Fire District Tax. $0.10

Amount due. $17.93. Supposed owner.

Mildred M. Imperial.

79. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley. Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 135 and 136. Block 17. Sec­

tion B, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed ii

Putnam County Clerk's Office undei

File No. 185A. Assessed, Nathan Julian

Tax, 1937. $3.91. Park District Tax. $0.91

Fire District Tax, $0.08. Amount due

$16.65. Supposed owner, Nathan Julian.

81. A tract of land with camp and

houses thereon, situate at Adams Cor­

ners, in the town of Putnam Valley

Putnam County, New York, boundec

north by lands of Nudelman, east by

the Highway, south by lands of Zilen-

sky. west by lands of Hollow Brook. As­

sessed. AlXonae Kostuk and Joseph Sil-

kiss. Tax. 1937. Balance. $145.19. Fin

District Tax. $4.44. Returned Schoo'

Tax. 1937, $96.78. Amount due, $270.23

Supposed owners, Alfonse Kostuk and

Joseph Silkiss.

82. A tract of land located in the

northern part of the town of Putnan

Valley, Putnam County, New York

containing about forty-five acres, bound­

ed north by lands of Azzimonti, east b>

lands of New York Light and Power

Corporation, south by lands of Kittridge,

west by lands of Kittridge. Assessed,

B. R. Kittridge. Tax, 1937, $31.81. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $13.98. Amount

due, $59.58. Supposed owner, B. R. Kit­

tridge.

83. 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 by the Highway, west

by the Highway. Assessed, B. R. Kit­

tridge. Tax, 1937, $7.34. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $3.23. Amount due, $22.60.

Supposed owner, B. R. Kittridge.

84. A tract of land located in the

northern part of the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York, con­

taining about one hundred acres,

bounded north by lands of Hazen, east

by lands of Hazen, south by lands of

Kittridge, west by lands of Kittridge.

Assessed, B. R. Kittridge. Tax, 1937,

$58.72. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$25.81. Amount due, $100.26. Supposed

owner, B. R. Kittridge.

85. A tract of land located in the

northern part of the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York,

bounded north by lands of Kittridge,

east by the Town Line, south by lands

of New York Power and Light Corpora­

tion, west by the Highway. Assessed,

B. R. Kittridge. Tax, 1937, $19.57. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $8.60. Amount

due, $41.08. Supposed owner, B. R. Kitt­

ridge.

86y A tract of land located in the

northern part of the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York, con­

taining about one hundred acres, bound­

ed north by lands of Kittridge, east by

the Town Line, south and west by lands

of Kittridge. Assessed, B. R. Kittridge.

Tax, 1937, $63.61. Returned School Tax,

1937, $27.96. Amount due, $107.65. Sup­

posed owner, B. R. Kittridge.

87. A tract of land located in the

northern part of the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York, con­

taining about twenty acres, bounded

north by lands of Martin, east by the

Town Line, south by lands of Kittridge,

west by the Highway. Assessed, B. R.

Kittridge. Tax. 1937, $12.23. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $5.38. Amount due,

$29.99. Supposed owner, B. R. Kittridge.

88. A tract of land located in the

northern part of the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York, con­

taining 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, 1937, $244.65. Returned School Tax,

1937, $107.54. Amount due, $381.30. Sup­

posed owner, B. R. Kittridge.

89. A tract of land located in the

northern part of the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York, con­

taining about sixty-eight acres, bound­

ed north by lands of Kittridge, east by

lands of Richardson, south by lands of

Kittridge, west by the Highway. As­

sessed, B. R. Kittridge. Tax, 1937, $88.07.

Returned School Tax, 1937, $38.71.

Amount due, $144.62. Supposed owner,

B. R. Kittridge.

90. A tract of land located in the

northern part of the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York, con-

taning about fifty acres, bounded north,

east and south by lands of Kittridge,

west by the Highway. Assessed, B. R.

Kittridge. Tax. 1937, $48.93. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $21.51. Amount due,

$85.46. Supposed owner, B. R. Kittridge.

91. A tract of land located in the

northern part of the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York, con­

taining about forty-nine acres, bounded

north and east by lands of Kittridge,

south by lands of Seifert, west by lands

of Kittridge. Assessed, B. R. Kittridge.

Tax. 1937, $48.93. Returned School Tax,

1937. $21.51. Amount due $85.46. Sup­

posed owner, B. R. Kittridge.

92. 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. 1937, $14.68. Returned School Tax,

1937. $6.45. Amount due $33.69. Sup­

posed owner, B. R. Kittridge.

93. A tract of land with house there­

on, located in the northern part of the

town of Punam Valley, Putnam County,

New York, containing about two hun­

dred acres, bounded north by lands of

Kittridge, east by lands of Skelly. south

by lands of Kittridge, west by lands of

Kittridge. Assessed. B. R. Kittridge.

Tax, 1937. $391.44. Returned School Tax,

1937. $172.06. Amount due. $603.18. Sup­

posed owner, B. R. Kittridge.

94. A tract of land located in the

northern part of the town of Putnam

Valley. Putnam County, New York, con­

taining about one hundred acres, bound­

ed north and east by the Town Line,

south and west by lands of Ryder. As­

sessed. B. R. Kittridge. Tax. 1937. $73.40.

Returned School Tax. 1937. $32.26.

Amount due $122.44. Supposed owner,

B. R. Kittridge.

95. A tract of land located in the

northern part of the town of Putnam

Valley. Putnam County. New York, con­

taining about one hundred acres, bound­

ed north by lands of Kittridge. east by

lands of Shelby, south by the Park­

way, west by lands of Kittridge. As­

sessed. B. R. Kittridge. Tax. 1937. $88.07.

Returned School Tax. 1937. $38.71.

Amount due. $144.62. Supposed owner,

B. R. Kittridge.

96. A tract of land located in the

northern part of the town of Putnam

Valley. Putnam County, New York, con­

taining about thirty-five acres, bounded

north by lands of Richardson, east, south

and west by lands of Kittridge. As­

sessed, B. R. Kittridge. Tax, 1937. $39.14.

Returned School Tax. 1937. $17.21.

Amount due. $70.67. Supposed owner.

B. R. Kittridge.

97. A tract of land located in the

northern part of the town of Putnam

Valley. Putnam County. New York, con­

taining about thirty acres, bounded

north by lands of New York Power and

Light Corporation, east by the Town

Line, south by lands of Kittridge. west

by the Highway. Assessed. B. K. Kitt-


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ridge. Tax, 1937, $26.92. Returned school

Tax, 1937, $11.83. Amount due, $52.19.

Supposed owner, B. R. Kittrldge.

98. A tract of land located in the

northern part of the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York, con­

taining about nine acres, bounded north

and east by lands of Kittrldge, south

by the Highway, west by lands of New

York Power and Light Corporation. As­

sessed, B. R. Kittrldge. Tax, 1937, $9.79.

Returned School Tax, 1937, $4.30.

Amount due, $26.29. Supposed owner,

B. R. Kittridge.

99. A tract of land with house thereon,

situate at Oscawana Lake East, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam County,

New York, known as Lot No. 123, on a

map of lands of Wanagru Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 94A. Assessed,

Edna Kretzer. Tax, 1937, $39.14. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $17.21. Amount

due, $70.67. Supposed owner, Edna

Kretzer.

100. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 30-32, Block 2, Section A,

on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185. Assessed, Edward Kalkof. Tax,

1937, $5.87. Park District Tax, $1.30.

Fire District Tax, $0.12. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $2.58. Amount due, $21.93.

Supposed owner, Edward Kalkof.

101. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 41-43, 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, Marie K. Kosulka. Tax,

1937, $8.81. Park District Tax, $2.04.

Fire District Tax, $0.18. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $3.86. Amount due, $27.13.

Supposed owner, Marie K. Kosulka.

104. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 140-144, 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, Carrie N. Kelley. Tax,

1937, $9.79. Park District Tax, $2.27. Fire

District Tax, $0.20. Amount due, $24.37.

Supposed owner, Carrie N. Kelley.

105. A tract of land located near

Adams Corners, in the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York, con­

taining about twenty-four acres, bound­

ed north by lands of Travis, east by

lands of Curry, south by lands of

Adams, west by lands of Travis. As­

sessed, Arthur Lockwood. Tax, 1937,

$12.23. Fire District Tax, $0.25. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $5.38. Amount due,

$30.25. Supposed owner, Frank King.

106. A tract of land located in the

northern part of the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York, con­

taining about eleven acres, bounded

north by lands of Fahnestock Park, east

by the Highway, south and west by

lands of Johnson. Assessed, Belle Lich-

terman. Tax, 1937, $53.82. Amount due,

$68.01. Supposed owner, Belle Lichter-

man.

107. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Oscawana Lake, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam County,

New York, bounded north and east by

lands of Couch, south by lands of At-

wood, west by lands of Oscawana Lake.

Assessed, William Lawson and Wife.

Tax, 1937, $73.40. Returned School Tax,

1937, $32.26. Amount due, $122.44. Sup­

posed owners. Heirs of William Lawson.

108. A tract of land situate at Sunset

Hill, In the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plot No. 1 on a map of lands of F. K.

James Company filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 115. As­

sessed, Wilbur Lockwood. Tax, 1937

$19.57. Fire District Tax, $0.39. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $8.60. Amount due,

$41.49. Supposed owner, Wilbur Lock-

wood.

109. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 62 and 63, Block 2, Section

A, on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185. Assessed, Matthew and Sophie

Lissy. Tax, 1937, $3.91. Park District

Tax, $0.91. Fire District Tax. $0.08. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $1.71. Amount

due, $18.44. Supposed owners, Matthew

and Sophie Lissy.

111. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 16 and 17, Block 23, Sec­

tion C on a map of lands of Lake Peeks-

kill Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185B. Assessed, Christian Lohbauer.

Tax, 1937 $3.91. Park District Tax, $0.91.

Fire District Tax, $0.08. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $1.71. Amount due, $18.44.

Supposed owner Christian Lohbauer.

112. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 6 and 7, 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. Assessed, Lake Peekskill Build­

ers Corporation. Tax. 1937, $3.91. Park

District Tax, $0.91. Fire District Tax,

$0.08. Returned School Tax, 1937, $1.72.

Amount due, $18.45. Supposed owner,

Joseph Lois.

113. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 35 and 36, Block 48, Sec­

tion 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 Corporation. Tax. 1937. $3.91.

Park District Tax, $0.91. Fire District

Tax. $0.08. Returned School Tax, 1937.

$1.72. Amount due, $18.45. Supposed

owner, Stewart Muller Incorporated.

114. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley. Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 37 and 38, Block 48, Sec­

tion 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

Park District Tax, $0.91. Fire District

Tax, $0.08. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$1.72. Amount due, $18.45. Supposed

owner, Stewart Muller Incorporated.

115. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plot No. 55, 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. As­

sessed, Lake Peekskill Builders Corpo­

ration. Tax, 1937, $1.96. Park District

Tax, $0.46. Fire District Tax, $0.04. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $0.88. Amount

due, $14.99. Supposed owner, Stewart

Muller Incorporated.

116. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plot No. 56, 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. As­

sessed, Lake Peekskill Builders Corpo­

ration. Tax, 1937, $1.96. Park District

Tax, $0.46. Fire District Tax, $0.04. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $0.86. Amount

due, $14.99. Supposed owner, Joseph

Lois.

117. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 57 and 58, Block 48, Sec­

tion 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 Corporation. Tax, 1937, $3.91.

Park District Tax, $0.91. Fire District

Tax, $0.08. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$1.72. Amount due, $18.45. Supposed

owner, Joseph Lois.

118. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 59 and 60, Block 48, Sec­

tion D on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185C. Assessed, Lake Peeks-

kill Builders Corporation. Tax, 1937,

$3.91. Park District Tax, $0.91. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.08. Returned School Tax,

1937, $1.72. Amount due, $18.45. Sup­

posed owner, Joseph Lois.

119. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 61 and 62, Block 48, Sec­

tion 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 Corporation. Tax, 1937, $3.91.

Park District Tax, $0.91. Fire District

Tax, $0.08. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$1.72. Amount due, $18.45. Supposed

owner, Joseph Lois.

120. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 63 and 64, Block 48, Sec­

tion 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 Corporation. Tax, 1937, $3.91.

Park District Tax, $0.91. Fire District

Tax, $0.08. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$1.72. Amount due, $18.45. Supposed

owner, Joseph Lois.

121. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 65 and 66, Block 48, Sec­

tion D, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Builders Corporation.

Tax, 1937, $3.91. Park District Tax.

$0.91. Fire District Tax, $0.08. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $1.71. Amount due,

$18.44. Supposed owner, Joseph Lois.

122. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plots Nos. 34

and 35, Block 50, 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 Corporation.

Tax, 1937, $19.57. Park District Tax,

$4.54. Fire District Tax, $0.39. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $8.60. Amount due,

$46.26. Supposed owner, Anna Rothbert

123. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 36 and

37, Block 50, Section D, on a map of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185C. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Builders Corporation.

Tax, 1937, $19.57. Park District Tax.

$4.54. Fire District Tax, $0.39. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $8.60. Amount due,

$46.26. Supposed owner, Mollie Siegall.

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185E. Assessed, Frederick Lind-

strom. Tax, 1937, $3.91. Park District

Tax, $0.91. Fire District Tax, $0.08. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $1.72. Amount

due, $18.45. Supposed owner, Frederick

Lindstrom.

128. A tract of land with bungalow

thereon, situate at Lake Peekskill, in

the town of Putnam Valley, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

95-97, Block 1, Section A, on a map of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185. Assessed, Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax, 1937,

$41.59. Park District Tax, $9.65. Fire

District Tax, $0.84. Returned School Tax,

1937, $18.28. Amount due, $85.38. Sup­

posed owner, RafTele Somma.

131. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 106-108,

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, Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax, 1937,

$17.13. Park District Tax, $3.97. Fire

District Tax, $0.34. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $7.53. Amount due, $41.92.

Supposed owners, Irving Cooper and

George Diamond.

136. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 3-5, Block 6, Section A.

on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185. Assessed, Mrs. B. A. Murray. Tax,

1937, $8.81. Park District Tax, $2.04.

Fire District Tax, $0.18. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $3.87. Amount due, $27.15.

Supposed owner, Lillian Goldstein.

137. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 21-30, 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. Assessed, Minnie Martin. Tax,

1937, $19.57. Park District Tax, $4.54.

Fire District Tax, $0.39. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $8.60. Amount due, $46.26.

Supposed owner, Minnie Martin.

138. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 129 and 130, 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, George and

Catherine McMennamin. Tax, 1937,

$3.91. Park District Tax, $0.91. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.08. Returned School Tax,

1937, $1.72. Amount due, $18.45. Sup­

posed owner, Theresa Mornando. ,

142. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 67-70, 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, Margaret B. Marquise.

Tax, 1937, $7.83. Park District Tax. $1.81.

Fire District Tax, $0.16. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $3.44. Amount due, $25.40.

Supposed owner, Margaret B. Marquise.

143. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots 1-4, 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. As­

sessed, Anita McGuiness. Tax, 1937,

$7.83. Park District Tax, $1.82. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.16. Returned School Tax,

1937, $3.44. Amount due, $25.41. Sup­

posed owner, Anita McGuiness.

124. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plot No. 272, 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. As­

sessed, Martin Lomild. Tax, 1937. $4.89.

Park District Tax, $1.13. Fire District

Tax, $0.10. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$2.15. Amount due. $20.18. Supposed

owner, Martin Lomild.

125. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 18-21. 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, Cunard Lundsten. Tax.

1937, $7.83. Park District Tax. $1.82.

Fire District Tax, $0.16. Returned School

Tax. 1937, $3.43. Amount due, $25.40.

Supposed owner, Cunard Lundsten.

Builders Corporation. Tax, 1937, $3.91.

145. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 119-122, Block 63, Section

F, on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185E. Assessed, Frank J. McFamney.

Tax, 1937, $7.83. Park District Tax,

$1.81. Fire District Tax, $0.16. Amount

due. $21.79. Supposed owner, Frank J.

McFamney.

146. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 67-70, 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, McGolrick Realty Cor­

poration. Tax, 1937, $7.83. Park District

Tax, $1.82. Fire District Tax, $0.16. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $3.44. Amount

due, $25.41. Supposed owner, McGold-

rick Realty Corporation.

147. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 71-73, 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, Anna McCollough. Tax,

1937, $5.87. Park District Tax, $1.36.

Fire District Tax, $0.12. Amount due,

$19.22. Supposed owner, Anna McCoul-

lough.

148. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Hill Top Estate, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plot No. 5,

on a map of lands of F. K. James Com­

pany filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 115. Assessed,

Anna Nabor (Trustee). Tax, 1937, $26.91.

Returned School Tax. 1937. $11.83-

Amount due, $52.18. Supposed owner,

Anna Nabor (Trustee).

1936, $0.60. Amount due, $17.26. Sup­

posed owner, Alfred Hosmer.

154. A tract of land with house there­

on situate at Oscawana Lake East, in

the town of Putnam Valley, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots Nos.

57 and 58, on a map of lands of Wana­

gru Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

34A Assessed, Edgar G. Pierce. Tax,

1937, $36.70. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$16.14. Amount due, $66.98. Supposed

owner, Ed. G. Pierce.

155. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 10 and 11, 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, Jerry Peluso. Tax, 1937,

$4.89. Park Tax, $1.13. Fire District Tax,

$0.10. Amount due, $17.93. Supposed

owner, Jerry Peluso.

156. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 54 and 55, Block 54, Sec­

tion E, on a map of lands of Lake Peeks-

kill Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185D. Assessed, Henry C. Pierce. Tax,

1937, $3.91. Park District Tax, $0.91. Fire

District Tax, $0.08. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $1.72. Amount due, $18.45.

Supposed owner, Henry C. Pierce.

157. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 14-17,

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, May

Pearl. Tax, 1937, $29.38. Park DistricJ

Tax, $6.81. Fire District Tax, $0.59. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $12.90. Amount

due, $63.64. Supposed owner. May Pearl.

158. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 46 and 47, Block 64, Sec­

tion F, on a map of lands of Lake Peeks-

kill Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185E. Assessed, Sam. J. Prozino. Tax,

1937, $3.91. Park District Tax, $0.91. Fire

District Tax, $0.08. Amount due, $16.65.

Supposed owner, Sam. J. Prozino.

160. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Oscawana Lake East, in

the town of Putnam Valley, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plot No.

91, on a map of lands of Wanagru Real­

ty Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 34A. As­

sessed, Peekskill Hilltop Incorporated.

Tax, 1937, $29.36. Returned School Tax,

1937, $12.90. Amount due, $55.87. Sup­

posed owner, Alexander McKechnie.

161. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 118 and 119, Block 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 Ro-

dack. Tax, 1937, $4.89. Park District

Tax, $1.13. Fire District Tax, $0.10. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $2.15. Amount

due, $20.18. Supposed owner, Abraham

Rodack.

162. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 101-105, Block 28, Sec­

tion C, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

Map No. 185B. Assessed, Mary Reichen-

bach. Tax, 1937, $9.79. Park District Tax,

$2.27. Fire District Tax, $0.20. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $4.30. Amount due,

$28.89. Supposed owners, Irving Cooper

and George Diamond.

Parkway, south by lands of Johnson,

west by the Highway. Assessed, Charles

Seifert Tax, 1937, $97.86. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $43.01. Amount due,

$159.41. Supposed owner, Charles

Seifert

126. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 237-239, 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, Cunard and Juanita

Lundsten. Tax, 1937. $5.87. Park District

Tax. $1.36. Fire District Tax. $0.12. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937. $2.58. Amount

due, $21.93. Supposed owners, Cunard

and Juanita Lundsten.

127. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley. Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 116 and 117. Block 64.

Section F, on a map of lands of Lake

152. A tract of land located at Tomp­

kins Corners, in the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York, con­

taining about eighty acres, bounded

north by lands of Camp Madison, east

by lands of Benger, south by lands of

Meert Heirs, west by lands of Attwater.

Assessed. William E. Post. Tax, 1937,

$107.65. Amount due. $124.53. Supposed

owner, W. E. Post.

153. A tract of land situate at Camp

Sunnybrook. in the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plot No. 33, on a map of lands

of Regal Development Corporation filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 139A. Assessed. Frank Pokorny.

Tax. 1937, $489. Returned School Tax.

163. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 110 and 111, 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, Frank Rituno. Tax,

1937, $3.91. Park District Tax, $0.91.

Fire District Tax, $0.08. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $1.71. Amount due, $18.44.

Supposed owner, Frank Rituno.

164. A tract of land with house there­

on, 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

of Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under Map No. 185D. Assessed, Jacob

and Yetta Rosofsky. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $10.75. Amount due. $22.79.

Supposed owners, Jacob and Yetta

Rosofsky.

165. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 431 and 432, 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, Minnie C. Reuter.

Tax, 1937. $3.91. Park District Tax, $0.91.

Fire District Tax, $0.08. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $1.72. Amount due, $18.45.

Supposed owner, Minnie C. Reuter.

166. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plot No. 201 and

one-half of Plot No. 202, Block 55, Sec­

tion E, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185D. Assessed, John J. Ridge-

way. Tax, 1937, $31.80. Park District

Tax, $7.38. Fire District Tax. $0.64. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $13.99. Amount

due, $68.00. Supposed owner, John J.

Ridgeway.

170. A tract of land located near Wood

Street, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about eight acres, bounded north by

lands of Parkway, east by lands of New

York Power & Light Corporation, south

by lands of Gilbert, west by the High­

way. Assessed, Stony Farms Corpora­

tion. Tax, 1937, $73.40. Amount due,

$88.57. Supposed owner, Stony Farms

Corporation.

171. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 186-188, Block 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, Antonio and Rose Sasso.

Tax, 1937, $14.68. Park District Tax,

$3.40. Fire District Tax, $029. Amount

due, $30.79. Supposed owner, Alice Koe-

derman.

172. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 48 and 49, 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 Assessed, Simon Saperstein. Tax,

1937, $3.91. Park District Tax, $0.91.

Fire District Tax, $0.08. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $1.71. Amount due, $18.44.

Supposed owner, Simon Saperstein.

173. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 147-153, 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, Peter Seller. Tax, 1937,

$13.70. Park District Tax, $3.18. Fire

District Tax, $0.28. Returned School Tax,

1937, $6.02. Amount due, $35.84. Sup­

posed owner, N. B. I. Corporation.

174. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as one-half of Plot 31 and 32, Block 20,

Section C, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185B. Assessed, Henrietta B. St.

John. Tax, 1937, $2.47. Park District

Tax, $0.57. Fire District Tax, $0.05. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $1.72. Amount

due, $16.53. Supposed owner, Henrietta

B. St John.

175. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 171 and 172, 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, Helen B. Smith.

Tax. 1937, $3.91. Park District Tax,

$0.91. Fire District Tax, $0.08. Amount

due, $16.65. Supposed owner, Helen B.

Smith.

176. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 49 and 50, Block 51, Sec­

tion E, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185D. Assessed, WiUiam Sulli­

van and Christopher Cunningham. Tax,

1937, $4.89. Park District Tax, $1.13.

Fire District Tax, $0.10. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $2.15. Amount due,

$20.18. Supposed owner, Michael J. Ken­

nedy.

177. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 474 and 475, Block 53, Sec­

tion E, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185D. Assessed, Kate Salo. Tax,

1937, $3.91. Park District Tax, $0.91. Fire

District Tax, $0.08. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $1.71. Amount due, $18.44.

Supposed owner, Kate Salo.

trict Tax, $0.12. Amount due, $19.22.

Supposed owner, Phyllis Sasso.

183. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the,

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plots Nos. 20

and 21, Block 59, Section D, on a map of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Corpo­

ration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185C. Assessed,

Claud Sowden. Tax, 1937, $19.57. Park

District Tax, $4.54. Fire District Tax.

$0.39. Returned School Tax, 1937, $8.60.

Amount due, $46.26. Supposed owner,

Claud Sowden.

184. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 109-111, Block 60, Section

F, on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185E. Assessed, Charles and Barbara

Schilb. Tax, 1937, $5.87. Park District

Tax, $1.36. Fire District Tax, $0.12. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $2.58. Amount

due, $21.93. Supposed owners, Charles

and Barbara Schilb.

185. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 215 and 216, Block 60,

Section D, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185C. Assessed, Charles Stein.

Tax, 1937, $3.91. Park District Tax,

$0.91. Fire District Tax, $0.08. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $1.72. Amount due,

$18.45. Supposed owner, Charles Stein.

186. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 59 and 60, Block 62, Sec­

tion F, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185E. Assessed, Earl Sponden-

burg. Tax, 1937, $3.91. Park District

Tax, $0.91. Fire District Tax, $0.08. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $1.72. Amount

due, $18.45. Supposed owner, Earl

Spondenburg.

187. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 16 and 17, Block 73, Sec­

tion F, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185E. Assessed, Kate Salo. Tax,

1937, $3.91. Park District Tax, $0.91. Fire

District Tax, $0.08. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $1.71. Amount due, $18.44.

Supposed owner, Kate Salo.

188. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 47 and 48, Block 73, Sec­

tion F, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185E. Assessed, Kate Salo. Tax.

1937, $3.91. Park District Tax, $0.91. Fire

District Tax, $0.08. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $1.72. Amount due, $18.45.

Supposed owner, Kate Salo.

178. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 63-65, 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, Elizabeth Schurz. Tax,

1937, $5.87. Park District Tax, $1.36. Fire

District Tax, $0.12. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $2.58. Amount due, $21.93.

Supposed owner, Elizabeth Schurg.

179. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plot No. 220, 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. As­

sessed, Thomas Steve. Tax, 1937, $4.89.

Park District Tax, $1.13. Fire District

Tax, $0.10. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$2.15. Amount due, $20.18. Supposed

owner, Thomas Steve.

180. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 16 and 17, Block 56, Sec­

tion G. on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185F. Assessed, Oscar and Ella

Soderstrom. Tax. 1937, $4.89. Park Dis­

trict Tax. $1.13. Fire District Tax, $0.10.

Returned School Tax. 1937, $2.15.

Amount due, $20.18. Supposed owner,

May Pearl.

168. A tract of land located at Adams

Corners, in the town of Putnam Valley.

Putnam County, New York, bounded

north by lands of Pa ley. east and south

by lands of Stevens, west by the High­

way. Assessed, Arthur V. Stevens. Tax,

1937, $4.89. Fire District Tax. $0.10. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $2.15. Amount

due. $19.00. Supposed owner, Arthur V.

Stevens.

169. A tract of land located at Wicko-

pee, in the town of Putnam Valley, Put­

nam County. New York, containing

about eighty-five acres, bounded north

by lands of Kittridge, east by lands of

181. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 75 and 76, Block 57, Sec­

tion F, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185E. Assessed, Phyllis Sasso.

Tax. 1937, $3.91. Park District Tax, $0.91.

Fire District Tax, $0.08. Amount due.

$16.65. Supposed owner. Phyllis Sasso.

182. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County. New York, known

as Plots Nos. 174-176, 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. Phyllis Sasso. Tax. 1937,

$5.87. Park District Tax. $1.36. Fire Dis-

189. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 49-58, Block 76, Section

H, on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185G. Assessed, Simon Saperstein. Tax,

1937, $29.36. Park District Tax, $6.80.

Fire District Tax, $0.59. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $12.90. Amount due,

$63.63. Supposed owner, Simon Saper­

stein.

190. A tract of land located in the

northern part of the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York, con­

taining about two acres, bounded north

by lands of Turnpike, east by lands of

Bennett south by lands of Azzimonti,

west by lands of Noble. Assessed, Cole­

man Townsend. Tax, 1937, $4.89.

Amount due, $16.63. Supposed owner,

Coleman Townsend.

193. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 68 and

69, Block 32, Section C, on a map of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Corpo­

ration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185B. Assessed,

Louis Torson. Tax, 1937, $24.47. Park

District Tax, $5.67. Fire District Tax,

$0.49. Returned School Tax, 1937, $10.75.

Amount due, $54.95. Supposed owner,

Louis Torsen.

194. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley. Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 18-20. Block 61, Section F,

on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185E. Assessed, Kurt Tsthentke. Tax,

1937, $5.87. Park District Tax, $1.36.

Fire District Tax, $0.12. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $2.58. Amount due, $21.93.

Supposed owner, Kurt Tsthentke.

195. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at Oscawana Lake Road, in

the town of Putnam Valley, Putnam

County, New York, bounded north by

lands of Van Tassell, east by Oscawana

Brook, south by lands of Gale, west by

the Highway. Assessed, May Van Tas­

sel. Tax. 1937, $34.25. Fire District Tax,

$0.69. Returned School Tax, 1937, $15.06.

Amount due, $64.00. Supposed owners,

Heirs of May Van TasseL

197. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Camp Sunny Brook, in

the town of Putnam Valley, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plot No.

31, on a map of lands of Regal Develop­

ment Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

139A. Assessed, Lulla Waterbury. Tax,

1937. $24.47. Amount due. $37.19. Sup­

posed owner, Lulla Waterbury.

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 139C. As­

sessed, Lelia B. Welty. Tax, 1937, $22.02.

Amount due, $34.62. Supposed owner,

Lelia B. Welty.

200. A tract of land situate at Osca­

wana Lake, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam 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.

115B. Assessed, Julia K Webber. Tax,

1937, $7.34. Amount due, $19.21. Sup­

posed owner, Arthur Barger.

202. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 38-41, 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, Matilda C. Warkou.

Tax, 1937. $7.83. Park District Tax, $1.82.

Fire District Tax, $0.16. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $3.44. Amount due.

$25.41. Supposed owner, Matilda C.

Warkou.

203. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plots Nos. 30

and 31, Block 52, Section E, on a map

of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185D. Assessed,

Sally Wangerln. Park District Tax, bal­

ance, $3.57. Fire District Tax, $0.49. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $10.75. Amount

due, $27.05. Supposed owner, Sally

Wangerln.

204. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 165 and 166, 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, Carl Weber.

Tax, 1937, $3.91. Park District Tax, $0.91.

Fire District Tax, $0.08. Amount due,

$16.65. Supposed owner, Carl Weber.

205. A tract of land with house there­

on, located at Oscawana Lake, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, bounded north, east

and south by lands of Perry, west by

the Highway. Assessed, Isaac Yocum.

Tax, 1937, $39.14. Fire District Tax,

$0.79. Returned School Tax, 1937, $17.21.

Amount due, $71.50. Supposed owner,

Isaac Yocum.

206. A tract of land located near

Adams Corners, in the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York,

containing about thirty acres, bounded

north by lands of Lockwood, east by

lands of Curry, south by lands of Law­

rence, west by lands of Long and

Civiletti. Assessed, David Zilensky. Tax,

1937, $24.47. Fire District Tax, $0.49. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $10.75. Amount

due, $49.00. Supposed owner, David

Zilensky.

207. A tract of land with two houses

thereon, located at Adams Corners, in

the town of Putnam Valley, Putnam

County, New York, containing about

eighteen acres, bouned north by lands

of Kastuk, east and south by lands of

Robinson, west by the Highway. As­

sessed, David Zilensky. Tax, 1937,

$107.05. Fire District Tax, $2.17. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $47.32. Amount

due, $176.50. Supposed owner, David

Zilensky.

198. A tract of land situate at Camp

Sunnybrook, in the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plot No. 39, Section 2, on a

map of lands of Regal Development

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 139A. As­

sessed. Lelia B. Welty. Tax. 1937. $2.45.

Amount due. $14.07. Supposed owner,

Lelia B. Welty.

199. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Camp Sunybrook, in the

town of Putnam Valley. Putnam Coun­

ty. New York, known as Plot No. 40. on

a map of lands of Regal Development

208. A tract of land located at Adams

Corners, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, containing

about six acres, bounded north by lands

of Kostuk and Silkiss, east by the High­

way, south by lands of Heckscher, west

by lands of Hollow Brook. Assessed.

David Zilensky. Tax, 1937, $19.57. Fire

District Tax, $0.39. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $8.60. Amount due, $41.49.

Supposed owner, David Zilensky.

209. A tract of land situate at Lake

peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 17-19, Block 24, Section C,

on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185B. Assessed, Ethel Zener. Tax, 1937.

$5.87. Park District Tax, $1.36. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.12. Returned School Tax,

1937, $2.58. Amount due, $21.93. Sup­

posed owner, Ethel Zener. '

211. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plot No. 257,

Block No. 55, 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,

Stephanie Zdanob. Tax, 1937, $22.02.

Park District Tax, $5.11. Fire District

Tax, $0.44. Amount due, $40.45. Sup­

posed owner, Stephanie Zdanofl.

212. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plot No. 258, 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, Stephanie Zdanoff. Tax,

1937, $6.12. Park District Tax, $1.42. Fire

District Tax, $0.13. Amount due, $19.55.

Supposed owner, Stephanie Zdanoff.

213. A tract of land situate at Camp

Lookout, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Lot No. 4. on a map of lands of Peeks-

kill Hill Top Incorporated filed in Put­

nam County Clerk's Office under File

No. 121D Modified Map. Assessed.

Peekskill Hill Top, Incorporated. Tax,

1937, $9.79. Fire District Tax, $0.20.

Returned School Tax, $4.30. Amount due,

$26.50. Supposed owner, Frank Kelley.

214. A tract of land situate at Camp

Lookout, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Lot No. 5, on a map of lands of Peeks-

kill Hill Top Incorporated filed in Put­

nam County Clerk's Office under File

No. 121D Modified Map. Assessed.

Peekskill Hill Top, Incorporated. Tax,

1937. $9.79. Fire District Tax, $0.20. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $4.30. Amount

due, $26.50. Supposed owner, Theodore

Morrisey.

215. A tract of land situate at Osca­

wana Lake East, in the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plot No. 154, on a map of

lands of Wanagru Realty Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under File No. 94A. Assessed, Wan-


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agru Realty Corporation. Tax, 1937,

$3.43. Returned School Tax, 1937, $1.51.

Amount due, $16.69. Supposed owner,

Wanagru Realty Corporation.

216. A tract of land situate at Osca-

wana Lake East, in the town of Putnam

Valley, Putnam County, New York,

known as Plots Nos. 212-215, inclusive,

on a map of lands of Wanagru Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 94A. As­

sessed, Wanagru Realty Corporation.

Tax, 1937, $7.84. Returned School Tax,

1937, $3.45. Amount due, $23.35. Sup­

posed owner, Arthur J. Stead.

217. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Lots Nos. 1, 2 and 3, Block 13, Sec­

tion B, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

Map No. 185A. Assessed, Lake Peeks-

kill Country Homes Incorporated. Tax,

1937, $5.68. Parle District Tax, $1.35.

Fire District Tax, $0.12. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $2.59. Amount due,

$21.94. Supposed owner. Lake Peeks-

kill Country Homes Incorporated.

218. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Lots Nos. 47-49,

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, 1937, $31.81. Park District Tax,

$7.38. Fire District Tax, $0.64. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $13.88. Amount due,

$68.00. Supposed owner. Lake Peekskill

Country Homes Incorporated.

219. A tract of land with building

thereon, 6ituate at Lake Peekskill, in

the town of Putnam Valley, Putnam

County, New York, known as Plots 68-

71, Block 13, Section C, on a map of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185B. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Country Homes Incor­

porated. Tax, 1937, $24.47. Park District

Tax, $5.68. Fire District Tax, $0.49. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $10.75. Amount

due, $54.96. Supposed owner, Lake

Peekskill Country Homes Incorporated.

220. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 45, 46, 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. As­

sessed, Lake Peekskill Country Homes

Incorporated. Tax, 1937, $15.18. Park

District Tax, $352. Fire District Tax,

$052. Returned School Tax, 1937, $6.64.

Amount due, $38.44. Supposed owner.

Lake Peekskill Country Homes Incor­

porated.

221. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10,

11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 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, Lake Peekskill Country Homes

Incorporated. Tax, 1937, $73.35. Park

District Tax, $16.95. Fire District Tax,

$1.50. Returned School Tax, 1937, $32.25.

Amount due, $141.75. Supposed owner,

Lake Peekskill Country Homes Incor­

porated.

222. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122,

Block 15, Section B, on a map of lands

of Lane Peekskill Realty Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under File No. 185A. Assessed, Lake

Peekskill Country Homes Incorporated.

Tax, 1937, $14.70. Park District Tax.

$3.42. Fire District Tax, $0.30. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $6.44. Amount due,

$37.60. Supposed owner, Lake Peekskill

Country Homes Incorporated.

223. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 71, 72, 73, 76, 77, 78, 79,

80, 84, 85, 86, Block 16, 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, 1937, $21.56. Park

District Tax, $4.95. Fire District Tax,

$0.44. Returned School Tax, 1937, $9.49.

Amount due, $49.76. Supposed owner,

Lake Peekskill Country Homes Incor­

porated.

225. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81,

82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92,

93, 94, 113, 114, 115, 120, 121, 122. 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, Lake Peekskill

Country Homes Incorporated. Tax, 1937,

$52.92. Park District Tax, $12.15. Fire

District Tax, $1.08. Returned School Tax,

1937. $23.34. Amount due, $105.46. Sup­

posed owner, Lake Peekskill Country

Homes Incorporated.

226. A tract of land with house there­

on, 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, Lake

Peekskill Country Homes Incorporated.

Tax. 1937. $26.91. Park District Tax.

$6.24. Fire District Tax, $0.54. Returned

School Tax. 1937, $11.83. Amount due.

$59.30. Supposed owner. Lake Peekskill

Country Homes Incorporated.

227. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 1, 2. 3. 4. 5, 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

12, 25. 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31. 32, 33. 84,

35. Block 18, Section C, on a map of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File 185B. Assessed, Lake

Peekskill Country Homes Incorporated.

Tax. 1937, $22.54. Park District Tax.

$5.29. Fire District Tax, $0.46. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $9.92. Amount due.

$51.02. Supposed owner. Lake Peekskill

Country Homes Incorporated.

228. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill. in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 57-58-

58A, Block 19, Section C, on a map of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185B. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Country Homes Incor­

porated. Tax, 1937, $36.70. Park District

Tax, $8.51. Fire District Tax, $0.74. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $16.14. Amount

due, $76.69. Supposed owner, Lake

Peekskill Country Homes Incorporated.

229. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill In the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as part of Plots 45, 46, 47 and Plots Nos.

54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64,

65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75,

76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 81A, Block 20, 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, 1937,

$45.57. Park District Tax, $10.55. Fire

District Tax, $0.93. Returned School Tax,

1937, $19.96. Amount due, $92.36. Sup­

posed owner, Lake Peekskill Country

Homes Incorporated.

230. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 11, 12, 13, 14,

15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25,

26, 27, 28, 29, 30, Block 21, Section C,

m 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, 1937, $24.50.

Park District Tax, $5.75. Fire District

Tax, $0.50. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$10.79. Amount due, $55.12. Supposed

owner, Lake Peekskill Country Homes

Incorporated.

231. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 78-81,

Block 23, Section C, on a map of lands

if Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under File No. 185B. Assessed, Lake

Peekskill Country Homes Incorporated.

Tax, 1937, $34.25. Park District Tax,

57.95. Fire District Tax, $0.69. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $15.05. Amount due,

$72.34. Supposed owner, Lake Peekskill

Country Homes Incorporated.

232. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plots Nos. 82-

85, Block 23, Section C, on a map of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185B. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Country Homes Incor­

porated. Tax, 1937, $3425. Park District

Tax, $7.95. Fire District Tax, $0.69. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $15.05. Amount

due, $7224. Supposed owner. Lake

Peekskill Country Homes Incorporated.

233. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plots Nos. 86-

89, Block 23, Section C, on a map of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185B. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Country Homes Incor­

porated. Tax, 1937, $34.25. Park District

Tax, $7.95. Fire District Tax, $0.69. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $15.05. Amount

due, $72.34. Supposed owner, Lake

Peekskill Country Homes Incorporated.

234. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plots Nos.

90-93, Block 23, Section C, on a map

of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185B. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Country Homes Incor­

porated. Tax, 1937, $3425. Park District

Tax, $725. Fire District Tax, $0.69. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $15.05. Amount

due, $7224. Supposed owner, Lake

Peekskill Country Homes Incorporated.

235. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plots Nos.

94-96, Block 23, Section C, on a map of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185B. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Country Homes Incor­

porated. Tax, 1937, $3425. Park District

Tax, $7.95. Fire District Tax, $0.69. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $15.05. Amount

due, $72.34. Supposed owner, Lake

Peekskill Country Homes Incorporated.

236. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plots Nos. 97-

99, Block 23, Section C, on a map of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185b. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Country Homes Incor­

porated. Tax, 1937, $34.25. Park District

Tax, $725. Fire District Tax, $0.69. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $15.05. Amount

due, $7224. Supposed owner, Lake

Peekskill Country Homes Incorporated.

237. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plots Nos. 100-

102, Block 23. Section C, on a map

of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185B. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Country Homes Incor­

porated. Tax, 1937, $31.81. Park District

Tax, $728. Fire District Tax, $0.64. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $1328. Amount

due, $68.00. Supposed owner, Lake

Peekskill Country Homes Incorporated.

238. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plots Nos. 103-

105, Block 23. Section C. on a map of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185B. Assessed.

Lake Peekskill Country Homes Incor­

porated. Tax. 1937. $31.81. Park District

Tax. $728. Fire District Tax, $0.64. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $13.98. Amount

due, $68.00. Supposed owner. Lake

Peekskill Country Homes Incorporated.

239. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plots Nos.

106-108. Block 23. Section C. on a map

of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185B. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Country Homes, Incor­

porated. Tax, 1937, $31.81. Park District

Tax, $728. Fire District Tax, $0.64. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $1328. Amount

due, $68.00. Supposed owner. Lake

Peekskill Country Homes Incorporated.

240. A tract of land with casino there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plots Nos. 115-

119, Block 23, Section C, on a map of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185B. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Country Homes Incor­

porated. Tax, 1937, $53.82. Park District

Tax, $12.48. Fire District Tax, $1.08. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $23.66. Amount

due, $107.09. Supposed owner. Lake

Peekskill Country Homes Incorporated,

241. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plots Nos. 120-

122, Block 23, Section C, on a map of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185B. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Country Homes Incor­

porated. Tax, 1937, $63.60. Park District

Tax, $14.75. Fire District Tax, $1.28.

Returned School Tax, 1937, $27.96.

Amount due, $124.47. Supposed owner.

Lake Peekskill Country Homes Incor­

porated.

242. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plots Nos. 129-

132, Block 23, Section C, on map of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185B. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Country Homes Incor­

porated. Tax, 1937. $31.81. Park District

Tax, $728. Fire District Tax, $0.64. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $1328. Amount

due, $68.00. Supposed owner. Lake

Peekskill Country Homes Incorporated*

243. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plots Nos. 133-

136, Block 23, Section C, on a map of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185B. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Country Homes Incor­

porated. Tax, 1937, $31.81. Park Dis­

trict Tax, $728. Fire District Tax, $0.64.

Returned School Tax, 1937, $13.98.

Amount due, $68.00. Supposed owner,

Lake Peekskill Country Homes Incor­

porated.

244. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plots Nos. 137-

140, Block 23, Section C, on a map of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185B. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Country Homes Incor­

porated. Tax, 1937, $31.81. Park Dis­

trict Tax, $728. Fire District Tax, $0.64.

Returned School Tax, 1937, $13.98.

Amount due, $68.00. Supposed owner.

Lake Peekskill Country Homes Incor­

porated.

245. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plots Nos. 141-

145, Block 23, Section C, on a map of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185B. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Country Homes Incor­

porated. Tax, 1937, $3121. Park District

Tax, $728. Fire District Tax, $0.64. Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $1328. Amount

due, $68.00. Supposed owner, Lake

Peekskill Country Homes Incorporated.

246. A tract of land ..situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 74, 75, 76. 77, 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, Section C, on a map of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion filed in Putnam County Clerk's Of­

fice under File No. 185B. Assessed, Lake

Peekskill Country Homes Insporporated.

Tax, 1937, $37.24. Park District Tax, $8.71.

Fire District Tax, $0.76. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $1626. Amount due, $7727.

Supposed owner, Lake Peekskill Coun­

try Homes Incorporated.

247. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 72, 73, 74, 75, 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, Lake Peekskill

Country Homes Incorporated. Tax, 1937,

$5.88. Park District Tax, $126. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.12. Returned School Tax,

1937, $227. Amount due, $2123. Sup­

posed owner, Lake Peekskill Country

Homes Incorporated.

248. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam 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 Country Clerk's Office

under File No. 185B. Assessed, Lake

Peekskill Country Homes Incorporated.

Tax. 1937, $13.23. Park District Tax.

$3.06. Fire District Tax, $0.27. Returned

School Tax. 1937, $5.79. Amount due.

$34.97. Suposed owner, Lake Peekskill

Country Homes Incorporated.

249. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plots 4-6.

Block 31, Section C, on a map of lands of

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

under File No. 185B. Assessed, Lake

Peekskill Country Homes Incorporated.

Tax, 1937, $3121. Park District Tax.

$728. Fire District Tax. $0.64. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $13.98. Amount due.

$08.00. Supposed owner. Lake Pc-ek.sk.ill

Country Homes Incorporated.

250. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley. Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plots Nos. 7-9,

Block 31, 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. 1937. $3121. Park District Tax.

$7.38. Fire District Tax. $0.64. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $13.98. Amount due,

$68.00. Supposed owner. Lake Peekskill

Country Homes Incorporated.

251. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill. In the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plots No*

13-15, Block No. 31, Section C, on a map

of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185B. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Country Homes Incor­

porated. Tax, 1937, $31.81. Park District

Tax, $728. Fire District Tax, $0.64, Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $13.98. Amount

due, $68.00. Supposed owner. Lake

Peekskill Country Homes Incorporated.

252. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam Coun­

ty, New York, known as Plots 47-49,

Block 31, 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, 1937, $2926. Park District Tax,

$6.81. Fire District Tax, $0.59. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $1220. Amount due,

$63.64. Supposed owner. Lake Peekskill

Country Homes Incorporated.

253. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 1, 2. 3, 10, 11, 12. 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, 50, 51, Block 31,

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 Incorproted. Tax, 1937,

$5723. Park District Tax, $1326. Fire

District Tax, $1.17. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $25.07. Amount due, $113.17.

Supposed owner. Lake Peekskill Coun­

try Homes Incorporated.

254. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plot No. 39, Block 1, Section A,

on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185. Assessed, Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation. Tax, 1935, $1.06. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.02. Park District Tax,

$0.24. Returned School Tax, 1935, $0.27.

Amount due, $13.17. Supposed owner,

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation.

255. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69,

Block 7, Section B, on a map of lands

of Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under File No. 185. Tax, 1935, $14.88.

Fire District Tax, $0.24. Park District

Tax, $3.28. Returned School Tax, 1935,

$3.84. Amount due, $3425. Supposed

owner, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion.

256. A tract of land with house there­

on, situate at Lake Peekskill, in the

town of Putnam Valley, Putnam County,

New York, known as Plots Nos. 44 and

45, Block 16, Section B, on a map of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax,

1935, $23.85. Fire District Tax, $0.37.

Park District Tax, $529. Returned

School Tax, 1935, $6.15. Amount due,

$48.94. Supposed owner, Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation.

257. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122,

123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 142, 143, 144,

145, 146, 147, 148, Block 16, Section B,

on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185. Assessed, Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation. Tax, 1935, $20.14. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.38. Park District Tax, $4.56.

Returned School Tax, 1935, $5.17.

Amount due, $43.26. Supposed owner,

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation.

258. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 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, 61, 62,

63, 64, 94. 95, 96. 97. 98, Block 49, Sec­

tion D, on a map of lands of Lake Peeks-

kill Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185. Assessed, Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation. Tax, 1935, $32.00. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.40. Park District Tax, $7.20.

Returned School Tax, 1935, $8.06.

Amount due, $61.54. Supposed owner,

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation.

259. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam 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, 62. 63, 64. 65, 66.

122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130.

131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136. 137, 138, 139.

140, 141, part of 142., Block 50, Section

D, on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office. Assessed, Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax, 1935,

$43.73. Fire District Tax, $0.55. Park

District Tax, $9.84. Returned School

Tax. 1935, $11.02. Amount due, $79.90.

Supposed owner, Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation.

260. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County. New York, known

as Plots Nos. 121, 122, 138, 139. Block 52.

Section E, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185. Assessed. Lake Peeskill

Realty Corporation. Tax. 1935, $4.24.

Fire District Tax, $0.08. Park District

Tax. $0 96. Returned School Tax. 1935,

$1.10. Amount due, $18.20. Supposed

owner, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion.

261. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County. New York, known

as Plots Nos. 30, 31, 32, 33. 44. 45. 46. 47.

48. 49. 58. 59. 93. 94. 95. 487. 488. 489. 490.

491, 492, Block 53. Section E. on a map

of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax,

1935. $2226. Fire District Tax. $0.42.

Park District Tax, $5.04. Returned

School Tax, 1935. $5.84. Amount due.

$46.74. Supposed owner. Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation.

262. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 197, 198, 199, 200, Block

53, Section G, on a map of lands of

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under File No. 185. Assessed, Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax, 1935,

$4.24. Fire District Tax, $0.08. Park Dis­

trict Tax, $0.96. Returned School Tax,

1935, $1.10. Amount due, $18.20. Sup­

posed owner, Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation.

263. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 13, 14, 15, 16, 39, 40, 41,

106, 107, Block 54, Section E, on a

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185. As­

sessed, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion. Tax, 1935, $9.54. Fire District Tax,

$0.18. Park District Tax, $2.16. Returned

School Tax, 1935, $2.49. Amount due,

$26.59. Supposed owner, Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation.

264. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 30, 31, 130, 131, 132, 133,

134, Block 55, Section E, on a map of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed In Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185. As­

sessed, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion. Tax, 1935, $7.42. Fire District Tax,

$0.14. Park District Tax, $1.68. Returned

School Tax, 1935, $1.93. Amount due,

$23.23. Supposed owner, Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation.

265. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 51, 52, 55, 56, 73, 74, 75,

Block 56, Section G, on a map of lands

of Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under File No. 185. Assessed, Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax, 1935,

$12.72. Fire District Tax, $021. Park

District Tax, $2.81. Returned School

Tax, 1935, $3.29. Amount due, $31.48.

Supposed owner, Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation.

266. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 3, 4, 5, 6, 24, 25, 38, 39,

73, 74, 85, 86, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96,

97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103,104, 105, 116,

117, 118. 119, 122, 123, 129, 130, 146, 147,

148, Block 57, Section F, on a map of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation.

Tax, 1935, $37.46. Fire District Tax, $0.61.

Park District Tax, $8.46. Returned

School Tax, 1935, $9.61. Amount due,

$70.45. Supposed owner, Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation.

267. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65,

74, 75, Block 58, Section F, on a map of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion filed in Putnam County Clerk's Of­

fice under File No. 185. Assessed, Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax, 1935,

$9.54. Fire District Tax, $0.18. Park Dis­

trict Tax, $2.16. Returned School Tax,

1935, $2.48. Amount due, $26.58. Sup­

posed owner, Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation.

268. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 110 and 111, Block 58, Sec­

tion D, on a map of lands of Lake Peek-

skill Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185. Assessed, Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation. Tax, 1935, $1.60. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.02. Park District Tax,

$026. Returned School Tax, 1935, $0.40.

Amount due, $14.00. Supposed owner,

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation.

269. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 19. 23, 24, 25. 26, 27, 28,

29, 30, 31, 73, 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, Block

59, Section D, on a map of lands of

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185. Assessed, Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation. Tax. 1935, $36.80.

Fire District Tax, $0.46. Park District

Tax, $828. Returned School Tax, 1935,

$925. Amount due, $69.03. Supposed

owner, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion.

270. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill. in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 32, 33. 34, 37, 38, 39. 40,

41, 54, 55, 56, 57, 82, 83, 84. 92, 93. 94.

105, 106, 107, 108, Block 60. Section F,

on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office. Assessed, Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax, 1935,

$22.54. Fire District Tax. $0.41. Park

District Tax, $5.10. Returned School

Tax, 1935. $5.85. Amount due. $47.10.

Supposed owner. Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation.

271. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 57. 58, 59, Block 61. Sec­

tion F, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office, under

File No. 185. Assessed, Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation. Tax, 1935, $3.18.

Fire District Tax, $0.06. Park District

Tax. $0.72. Returned School Tax, 1935.

$021. Amount due, $1621. Supposed

owner. Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion.

272. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 98, 99. 100. 107, 108. Block

62, Section F, on a map of lands of

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185. Assessed, Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation. Tax. 1935, $4.78.

Fire District Tax, $0.08. Park District

Tax, $1.08. Returned School Tax, 1935.

$124. Amount due, $19.04. Supposed

owner, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion.

273. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 64, 65, 66, 67, 75, 76, Block

63, Section F, on a map of lands of

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185. Assessed, Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation. Tax, 1935, $6.36.

Fire District Tax, $0.12. Park District

Tax, $1.44. Returned School Tax, 1935,

$1.62. Amount due, $2122. Supposed

owner, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion.

274. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 22, 23, 49, 50, 67, 68, 69,

70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 80, 81, 82, 83,

84, 85, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 139, 140, 141,

142, 143, 144, Block 64, Section F, on a

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185. As­

sessed, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion. Tax, 1935, $32.08. Fire District Tax,

$0.59. Park District Tax, $726. Returned

School Tax, 1935, $8.25. Amount due,

$62.09. Supposed owner, Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation.

275. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 12, 13, 14, 15, 38, 39, 40.

Block 65, Section G, on a map of lands

of Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under File No. 185. Assessed, Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax,

1935, $7.42. Fire District Tax, $0.14, Park

District Tax, $1.68. Returned School

Tax, 1935, $1.94. Amount due, $23.24.

Supposed owner, Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation.

276. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 25, 28, 27, 28, 29, Block

67, Section G, on a map of lands of

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185. Assessed, Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation. Tax, 1935, $5.30.

Fire District Tax, $0.10. Park District

Tax, $1.20. Returned School Tax, 1935,

$1.36. Amount due, $19.86. Supposed

owner, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion.

278. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam 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, Block 74, Section

H, on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185. Assessed, Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation. Tax, 1935, $3228. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.56. Park District Tax, $7.22.

Returned School Tax, 1935, $825.

Amount due, $62.44. Supposed owner,

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation.

279. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam 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, Block 75, Section

H, on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185. Assessed, Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation. Tax, 1935. $28.62. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.54, Park District Tax. $0.48.

Returned School Tax, 1935, $7.43.

Amount due, $56.72. Supposed owner,

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation.

280. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam 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, 30, 31, 32,

33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43,

44, 45. 46, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66,

67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77,

78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86. 87, 88,

89, 90, 91, Block 76, Section H, on a map

of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax,

1935, $94.67. Fire District Tax, $1.65.

Park District Tax. $2122. Returned

School Tax, 1935, $24.50. Amount due,

$60.64. Supposed owner, Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation.

281. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plot No. 39, Block 1, 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, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion. Tax, 1936, $2.04. Park District Tax,

$0.59. Fire District Tax, $0.04. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $0.76. Amount due,

$51.10. Supposed owner, Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation.

282. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill. in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 55, 56, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66,

67, 68, 69, Block 7, Section B, on a map

of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax,

1936, $18.22. Park District Tax, $524.

Fire District Tax, $0.32. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $6.92. Amount due,

$43.95. Supposed owner, Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation.

283. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill. in the town of Putnam Val­

ley. Putnam County. New York, known

as Plots Nos. 117. 118, 119, 120, 121, 122,

123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 142. 143.

144, 145; 146, 147. 148, Block 16, Section

B, on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185. Assessed, Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation. Tax, 1936, $29.07. Park Dis­

trict Tax, $8.36. Fire District Tax, $0.57.

Returned School Tax, 1936. $10.94.

Amount due. $62.89. Supposed owner,

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation.

284. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley. Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 1. 2. 3. 4, 5. 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.

61, 62, 63, 64. 94, 95. 96, 97. 98, Block 49.

Section D. on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185. Assessed, Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation. Tax, 1936, $30.40.

Park District Tax. $8.80. Fire District

Tax. $020. Returned School Tax. 1936.

$11.51. Amount due, $6529. Supposed

owner, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion.

285. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam 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, 28, 27, 28, 29, 62, 63, 64,

65, 66, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128,

129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137,

138, 139, 140, 141 and part of 142, Block

50, Section D, on a map of lands of

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185. Assessed, Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation. Tax, 1938, $4125.

Park District Tax, $12.03. Fire District

Tax, $1.09. Returned School Tax, 1936,

$15.74. Amount due, $85.43. Supposed

owner, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion.

286. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, In the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 121, 122,138, 139, Block 52,

Section E, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed In

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185. Assessed, Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation. Tax, 1936, $8.16.

Park District Tax, $2.36. Fire District

Tax, $0.16. Returned School Tax, 1936,

$3.02. Amount due, $25.89. Supposed

owner, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion

287. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 30, 31, 32, 33, 44, 45, 46,

47, 48, 49, 58, 59, 93, 94, 95, 487, 488, 489,

490, 491, 492, Block 53, Section E, on a

map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185. As­

sessed, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion. Tax, 1936, $29.58. Park District

Tax, $8.60. Fire District Tax, $0.58. Re­

turned School Tax, 1936, $11.10. Amount

due, $63.85. Supposed owner, Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation.

288. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 197, 198, 199, 200, Block

53, Section G, on a map of lands of

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185. Assessed, Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation. Tax, 1936, S4.08.

Park District Tax, $120. Fire District

Tax, $0.08. Returned School Tax, 1936,

$1.56. Amount due, $18.77. Supposed

owner, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion

289. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 13, 14, 15, 16, 39, 40, 41,

106, 107, Block 54, Section E, on a map

of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax,

1936, $12.75. Park District Tax, $3.68.

Fire District Tax, $025. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $422. Amount due,

$34.08. Supposed owner, Lake Peeks-

kill Realty Corporation.

290. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 30, 31, 130, 131, 132, 133,

134, 235, Block 55, Section E, on a map

of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185. Assessed, Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax, 1936,

$9.69. Park District Tax, $2.84. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.18. Returned School Tax,

1936, $3.68. Amount due, $28.71. Supposed

owner, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion.

291. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, In the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 51, 52, 55, 56, 73, 74, 75,

Block 56, Section G, on a map of lands

of Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under File No. 185. Assessed, Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax, 1936,

$1725. Park District Tax, $5.16. Fire

District Tax, $0.28. Returned School

Tax, 1936, $6.75. Amount due, $43.06.

Supposed owner, Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation.

292. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Valley,

Putnam County, New York, known as

Plots Nos. 3, 4, 5, 6, 24, 25, 38, 39, 78,

74, 85, 86, 89, 90, 91. 92, 93, 94, 95, 96.

97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102. 103. 104. 105,

116, 117, 118, 119, 122, 123. 129, 130, 146,

147, 148, Block 57, Section F, on a map

of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Realty Corpoartion. Tax,

1936, $40.80. Park District Tax, $12.00.

Fire District Tax. $0.80. Returned

School Tax, 1936, $15.51. Amount due,

$84.07. Supposed owner. Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation.

293. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 59. 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65,

74, 75, Block 58, Section F, on a map

of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185. Assessed, Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax, 1936,

$9.68. Park District Tax, $2.84. Fire Dis­

trict Tax, $0.18. Returned School Tax,

1936, $3.66. Amount due, $28.68. Sup­

posed owner, Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration.

294. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Vul-

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 110 and 111, Block 58, Sec­

tion D, on a map of lands of Lake Peeks-

kill Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185. Assessed, Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration. Tax, 1936, $3.06. Park District

Tax, $0.88. Fire District Tax, $0.06. Re­

turned School Tax, 1936, $1.16. Amount

due, $16.92. Supposed owner, Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation.

295. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 19, 23. 24. 25. 26. 27, 28.

29. 30, 31. 73. 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, Block 59.

Section D, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185. Assessed. Lake Peekskill


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Realty Corporation. Tax, 1936, $46.92.

Park District Tax, $13.80. Fire District

Tax, $0.92. Returned School Tax, 1936,

$17.82. Amount due, $94.93. Supposed

owner. Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion.

296. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 32, 33. 34, 37, 38, 39, 40,

41, 54, 55, 56, 57, 82, 83, 84, 92, 93, 94,

105, 106, 107,108, Block 60, Section F, on

a map of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation filed in Putnam County

Clerk's Office under File No. 185. As­

sessed, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion. Tax, 1936, $22.44. Park District

Tax, $6.60. Fire District Tax, $0.44. Re­

turned School Tax, 1936, $8.53. Amount

due, $51.41. Supposed owner, Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation.

297. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 57, 58, 59, Block 61, Sec­

tion F, on a map of lands of Lake Peeks-

kill Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185. Assessed, Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation. Tax, 1936, $4.59. Park Dis­

trict Tax, $1.32. Fire District Tax, $0.09.

Returned School Tax, 1936, $1.73.

Amount due, $19.62. Supposed owner,

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation.

298. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 98, 99, 100, 107, 108, Block

62, Section F, on a map of lands of

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation filed

in Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185. Assessed, Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation. Tax, 1936, $5.10.

Park District Tax, $1.50. Fire District

Tax, $0.10. Returned School Tax, 1936,

$1.93. Amount due, $20.56. Supposed

owner, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion.

299. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 64. 65, 66, 67, Block 63,

Section F, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185. Assessed, Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation. Tax, 1936, $4.08.

Park District Tax, $1.20. Fire District

Tax, $0.08. Returned School Tax, 1936,

$1.55. Amount due, $18.76. Supposed

owner. Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion.

300. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 22, 23, 49, 50, 67, 68, 69, 70,

71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85,

101. 102, 103, 104. 105, 139, 140, 141, 142,

143, 144, Block 64, Section F, on a map

of lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Cor­

poration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185. Assessed, Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax, 1936,

$47.43. Park District Tax, $13.64 Fire

District Tax, $0.93. Returned School Tax,

1936, $17.85. Amount due, $95.45. Sup­

posed owner, Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation.

301. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 12, 13, 14, 15, 38, 39, 40,

Block 65, Section G, on a map of lands

of Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under File No. 185. Assessed, Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax, 1936,

$7.14. Park District Tax, $2.10. Fire Dis­

trict Tax. $0.14. Returned School Tax,

1936, $2.71. Amount due, $24.19. Sup­

posed owner, Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation.

Park District Tax, $2.26. Fire District

Tax, $0.20. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$4.30. Amount due, $28.87 Supposed

owner, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion

308. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 141, 142, 143, 191, 192, 193,

194, 195. 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. As­

sessed, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpora­

tion. Tax, 1937, $18.13. Park District

Tax, $4.20. Fire District Tax, $0.37 Re­

turned School Tax, 1937, $7.96. Amount

due, $43.69. Supposed owner, Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation.

309. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 85, 86, 130, 131, 132, 133,

Block 3, Section A, on the map of lands

of Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation

filed in Putnam County Clerk's Office

under File No. 185. Assessed, Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax, 1937,

$15.68. Park District Tax, $3.64. Fire

District Tax, $0.32. Returned School

Tax, 1937, $2.57. Amount due, $34.82.

Supposed owner, Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation.

310. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 102, 103, 104, Block 5, Sec­

tion A, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax,

1937, $14.67. Park District Tax, $3.39.

Fire District Tax, $0.30. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $6.45. Amount due,

$37.55. Supposed owner, Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation.

311. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peeskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68,

69, Block 7, Section B, on a map of

lands of Lake Peekskill Realty Corpo­

ration filed in Putnam County Clerk's

Office under File No. 185. Assessed,

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation. Tax,

1937, $15.68. Park District Tax, $3.60.

Fire District Tax, $0.32. Returned

School Tax, 1937, $6.91. Amount due,

$39.34. Supposed owner, Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation.

312. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 9 and 10, Block 8, Section

B, on a map of lands of Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

185. Assessed, Lake Peekskill Realty

Corporation. Tax, 1937, $3.92. Park Dis­

trict Tax, $0.90. Fire District Tax, $0.08.

Returned School Tax, 1937, $1.73.

Amount due, $18.46. Supposed owner,

Lake Peekskill Realty Corporation.

313. A tract of land situate at Lake

Peekskill, in the town of Putnam Val­

ley, Putnam County, New York, known

as Plots Nos. 34 and 35, Block 9, Sec­

tion B, on a map of lands of Lake

Peekskill Realty Corporation filed in

Putnam County Clerk's Office under

File No. 185. Assessed, Lake Peekskill

Realty Corporation. Tax, 1937, $3.92.

Park District Tax, $0.90. Fire District

Tax, $0.08. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$1.73. Amount due, $18.46. Supposed

owner, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpo­

ration

Realty Corporation. Tax, 1937, $48.77.

Park District Tax, $10.90. Fire District

Tax, $0.69. Returned School Tax, 1937,

$21.06. Amount due, $94.89. Supposed

owner, Lake Peekskill Realty Corpo­

ration.