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Daniels welcomed to
BY CAROL REIF
e circumstances may have been The society's one year anniversary
vastly di erent, but most of the pomp Jam Party at the Falcon in
was there all the same when Katherine
Daniels became North Salem’s newest Marlboro before the pandemic
Town Board member.
PHOTOS COURTESY OF
Daniels had planned to invite a very THE HUDSON VALLEY BLUES SOCIETY
small group of close friends and fam-
ily to her outdoor swearing-in, but with Singing the blues
COVID-19 numbers climbing, decided
to move the ceremony to cyberspace. Hudson Valley group releases
‘Lockdown Sessions’ CD
So on Friday, Jan. 1, nearly three dozen
people gathered on ZOOM to witness PHOTO COURTESY OF BEN LEICHT BY ABBY LUBY ten. Keeping the blues alive means regu-
her swearing in and to wish her well. CONTRIBUTING WRITER lar performances and more recordings,
North Salem Councilwoman Katherine a mission long embraced by well-estab-
ere were smiles, gentle jokes and ap- Daniels signing the ofﬁcial document at Once you hear the blues, you don’t lished blues foundations, blues societies
plause after Town Clerk Maria Hlushko Town Hall Friday, Jan. 1. forget it. Joyous or sad, the music draws and blues halls of fame all over the world.
administered the oath and fellow coun- raw emotion from the heart and it runs
cilmen, including Supervisor Warren J. eagerness to get some of her ideas “up through your veins. It’s those vocal Two years ago, those passionate about
Lucas, o cially welcomed Daniels to the and running,” made the preservation croons, soulful guitar twangs, low thump- hearing and playing more blues here in
Town Board. of open spaces one of the planks in her ing piano chords and the steady pulse of the Hudson Valley formed the Hudson
extensive platform. She said Friday that drums. Valley Blues Society (HVBS). e group
e only thing missing—besides the she was looking forward to working as just released its rst, two-disc CD “Blues
chance to take pictures for the family e blues is steeped in southern Afri- Alive in the Valley—Lockdown Sessions
photo album—was the schmoozing over SEE DANIELS PAGE 2 can American history and many devotees
co ee and cookies afterward. e hon- want to ensure the genre is not forgot- SEE BLUES PAGE 4
oree promised to host an in-person cel-
ebration as soon as it is safe to do so.
Guests included fellow Democrats
Westchester County Executive George
Latimer and Bedford Supervisor Chris
Burdick, who won a seat in the state As-
sembly to which he was to be sworn on
Wednesday, Jan. 6.
Daniels, who last week spoke of her
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The Staff DANIELS Westchester. ing so on a local level is easier. November’s special election, win-
FROM PAGE 1
EDITORIAL TEAM Among Daniels’s other goals “We have a great leadership ning by 123 votes. She will serve
are increasing public input on team at the local, county, state and for three years, the remainder of
[email protected] a coordinator on the town’s be- town projects; increasing diver- federal levels,” Daniels said. Moreo’s four-year term. She will
BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER half as part of the Climate Smart sity on the Town Board (the last Extolling North Salem as “a receive a stipend of $16,230 a
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[email protected] Communities Initiative. woman to sit on the board was very special place,” Lucas wel- year.
ADVERTISING TEAM e state program helps local Lisa Douglas, a Conservative); comed Daniels to the board. Daros’s last o cial board
governments take action to rwe- controlling spending; increasing “Everyone works well together; meeting was Tuesday, Dec. 29.
[email protected] duce greenhouse gas emissions transparency and exerting greater party doesn’t matter. Everyone “It’s been a pleasure to have
BRUCE HELLER and adapt to a changing climate. control over the volume and speed works together to do what’s best you on the board. We’ll miss
[email protected] Once certi ed, the town would of tra c in town. for the people,” he said. you,” Lucas told him.
LISA KAIN be eligible to receive free techni- Daniels, a lawyer, and Martin Daniels’s mother, Jane, was Aronchick echoed that senti-
[email protected] cal assistance, grants and other Aronick comprise a Democratic thrilled to see her sworn in. ment, telling Daros that they
(914) 760-7009 bene ts. minority on the board. “I have a great daughter. I’m would “have to nd something
North Salem also participates Telling the gathering Friday very proud of her and have been else to do together.”
(914) 299-4541 in Sustainable Westchester’s that she was “hopeful” about the all her life,” she said Friday. “Fighting res isn’t enough?”
JENNIFER CONNELLY Power Program, which provides possibilities of the new year, Dan- Daniels ran for Town Board joked Daros, a fellow volunteer on
[email protected] competitive xed-price electric iels said she thinks “we are going in 2019 but lost to Republi- the Croton Falls Volunteer Fire
(914) 924-9122 supplies and easy access to state- to get COVID-19 under control, can omas Moreo by 12 votes. Department.
GABRIELLE BILIK sourced renewable energy. heal some of the divisions and dis- When Moreo, who had moved ankful for the opportunity to
[email protected] Burdick, who had told Daniels parities that divide the nation and out of the state, was unable to serve his hometown, he told board
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PHOTOGRAPHER she will “have a lot of support” She acknowledged that doing the position. adding, “I know you all stuck your
[email protected] from the county and Sustainable so may seem “daunting,” but do- Daniels ran against Daros in necks out for me.”
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In 2021, we rededicate ourselves to thinking ‘local’
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In the past 17 years, about 1,700 weekly com- on walk-in traf-
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according to Poynter, an industry publication. most of whom live BRETT Hollywood movies is “ e Social Network,” which
To be candid with our readers, this past spring, as in the towns we FREEMAN is about Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook,
serve, have been who was born in White Plains and grew up in Dobbs
everything began to shut down, we almost joined that
statistic. Fortunately, we were rescued by the federal fortunate enough Ferry. Zuckerberg is a genius, and I admire him. But
government. Combined, the Small Business Adminis- to work from home. he doesn’t care speci cally about the communities we
tration’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and the Even before the serve. He doesn’t have a vested interest in the state of
Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) gave us a new pandemic, our employees were trending in this direction our local economy, nor does he pay reporters to attend
lease on life. We also asked you, our readers, for volun- as technology has made it easier and easier to do this. the local school board and town board meetings and
tary contributions to help make up a portion of the lost Quite simply, it makes no sense to pay all that rent and report on them, and his employees don’t get involved in
advertising revenue we experienced due to the pandemic, utilities, nor does it make sense to devote the time and the local chambers of commerce or volunteer for lo-
and many of you generously gave to us. For that, we are energy as a business owner to maintain a physical space cal Boy Scout troops or organizations that deliver food
truly grateful. like that. Frankly, on Dec. 31, when everything was to people struggling locally or remove trash from local
e PPP loan enabled us to maintain our payroll, nally cleaned out, I was relieved. roads.
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forgiveness for which we’ve applied. e reader contri- and advertisers – that this move makes us a stronger of us who work for your local community newspaper do.
butions, which we plan to make an ongoing campaign, business. With the money we’re saving on rent and We’re not the only industry negatively impacted
have given us a meaningful and necessary additional utilities, we’re able to upgrade our I.T. infrastructure, by Silicon Valley. All our retailers are competing with
revenue stream. And the EIDL loan, which must be which will make us more e cient, and we’re also hiring Amazon; real estate agents are competing with Zillow
paid back in full over a 30-year period, has given us the additional journalists. e latter decision to hire more and Rex; local nancial advisers are competing with
breathing room to make smart strategic decisions about journalists is a rededication to be on the ground and zero-commission digital apps; community banks are
the future direction of this business. part of the communities served by our ve newspapers: competing with digital outlets that don’t have any local
So, what is the plan? Our plan is to double down on Mahopac News, e Somers Record, Yorktown News, branches; and local car dealerships are competing with
the thing that has made us successful in the rst place: North Salem News and e Katonah-Lewisboro Carvana and other similar sites.
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FROM PAGE 1
of 2020” featuring 23 original songs by
known music celebrities of the Hudson
e CD marks a pivotal point for
HVBS. e serendipitous start of the
nonpro t group was like an improvised
ri in B.B. King’s “ e rill Is Gone”
with chance meetings of like-minded
folks seeking to organize. Today they are
active board members working to keep
the blues alive for its 120 members.
“It wasn’t primarily about forming a
group for people to get gigs,” said HVBS
president Paul Toscano, a Patterson resi- The Hudson Valley Blues Society released
its CD "Lockdown Sessions."
dent who sings and plays a mean har-
monica on the track “Turn Up the Heat.”
“It was more about being a performance Hillary and Steve Fontana,
society to help people understand the Jimmy Vivano and Bill McCann.
blues, which seems to be a dying art.”
PHOTOS COURTESY OF
Toscano used to have a blues show on THE HUDSON VALLEY BLUES SOCIETY
Pawling Public Radio before it became
a streamed internet station. e show blues society. About the same time, To-
airing before his was Jacque Roche’s scano met Hillary Fontana, an avid blues other at all, but the friendship blossomed sician who played folk, rock and oldies.
“Jacque’s Giant Hudson Valley Music lover who frequented legendary rhythm from there. Paul knew all the local musi- “I was at a point in my life where I
Show” during which she regularly in- and blues cruises featuring top-notch cians in the Hudson Valley.” wanted to give back to the communi-
terviewed Hudson Valley musicians per- performers, many of whom she got to Fontana is now the corresponding sec- ty,” said McCann. “ e meeting was in
forming at local venues. know at late-night jam sessions on the retary on the HVBS board. She designed Brewster, which is where I live.”
“Paul and I got to know each other and boat. Fontana, an artist, graphic designer and set up the HVBS website and created McCann didn’t know much about the
he invited me to hang out and listen to the and professional website designer, con- the CD cover. blues, but his appreciation grew the more
blues,” recalled Roche, a Somers resident tacted Toscano about a musician friend’s Everything started around November he heard and learned about it.
and vice president of HVBS. “Learning lost piece of musical equipment at a local 2018 with emails to Hudson Valley mu- “It was an opportunity to be a part of
about the blues was a lot of fun.” venue. sicians and music lovers inviting them to an organization and to meet lots of really
Roche, who professionally books lo- “Paul asked me if I ever wanted to start an informal, rst meeting of HVBS. Re- good blues players.”
cal musicians to open for national tour- a blues society,” said Fontana, who lives sponding to that email was Bill McCann, SEE BLUES PAGE 6
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BLUES ‘Amazing Grace’ and ‘Power in attract people of color,” Toscano known, it booked musicians to An aggressive outreach cam-
FROM PAGE 4
the Blood,’ “ Wagner recalled. said, adding that the group is open for well-known groups at paign solicited Hudson Valley
“ e music was moving, soul- reaching out to such Black Hud- such venues as Daryl’s House blues musicians to contribute
McCann, now the group’s searching and provided a depth son Valley blues celebrities as Joe Club in Pawling, Hopewell Inn a song. Stamped as “Lock-
treasurer, said HVBS is nan- to our worship.” Louis Walker, the electric blues in Hopewell Junction, Lucy’s in down Sessions of 2020,” the
cially stable. Wagner said that since that guitarist and singer/songwriter, Pleasantville, Turning Point in CD production was headed up
“We received some large do- service, several members of his and the award-winning blues Piermont, the Moonlight Café by HVBS trustee Tom Forst,
nations from various members congregation had joined the guitarist Slam Allen. in Brewster and the Falcon Un- an international touring and
pretty early in our existence. blues society. Attracting young musicians to derground, Marlboro, among chart-selling original blues art-
Funds were set aside to help One of the primary goals of the blues society is another chal- others. ist. Among the 23 tracks, the
musicians who are needy,” said HVBS is to preserve the his- lenge and it has a few younger By the beginning of 2020, CD features Vaneese omas,
McCann, referring to the Ian tory of the blues. In the late members. Acknowledging that HVBS was inducted as an a li- Dion, e Johnny Feds Band,
Bennett Memorial Fund which 1800s, songs sung by southern more young people are em- ate of the Memphis-based Blues Menza Madison Band, Union
helps Hudson Valley musicians Black sharecroppers, slaves and bracing and playing the blues Foundation, a major player in Stockyard & Transit Compa-
struggling with medical and ex-slaves were clearly the sono- is HVBS member and blues the blues world that holds the ny, Tas Cru with Sonny Rock,
health-related nancial needs. rous linchpin of the blues. ese guitarist Al Orlo, who said the annual, highly competitive In- e Full Stop Blues Band and
Bennett, who died in 2019, songs, usually of anguish and youths he sees playing the blues ternational Blues Challenge Roadhouse Roosters. To date,
was a singer, saxophone and har- despair, were the impromptu are learning about it through so- (IBC). HVBS was planning its over 120 CDs have been sold at
monica player for over 40 years, blues heard in plantation camps, cial media. own local blues challenge whose $20 each.
an HVBS member and a New rural juke joints and shacks “ ey are speaking the lan- winners would compete against When the pandemic is over,
York State Blues Hall of Fame before spreading north of the guage. You can hear it in the other blues artists from all over the collective hope is to pick up
inductee. Mississippi Delta, evolving into depth of their listening and in the world at the January 2021 where HVBS left o , promot-
Opening the doors of his the Delta blues, Chicago blues, their playing and they are im- IBC. It was also planning its ing musicians to play more live
church for HVBS meetings and jazz-blues hybrids and later on, pressive. ese young blues mu- second annual fundraiser. shows, essential to the vibe that
jam sessions was Tim Wagner, rhythm and blues and rock-and- sicians have done their research,” en the pandemic hit and refuels the core of artistic suste-
pastor of the Croton Falls Com- roll. said Orlo. everything shut down—venues nance.
munity Church for 28 years. He at HVBS is not as diverse Orlo, who grew up in White closed and the group’s monthly “When we play, there is a
learned about HVBS from Fon- as it could be is not lost on To- Plains and now lives in northern meetings moved onto Zoom. feedback loop with the audi-
tana, with whom he had worked. scano. Westchester, has long worked “Everyone was in a state of ence and sometimes you can feel
Wagner became so enthused “We’re all white people play- and played guitar with soul blues ux; some were writing and re- their pleasure and that ampli es
about the blues, he scheduled a ing music that wasn’t invented artist Vaneese omas; his sultry, cording new music,” said Roche. the experience,” said Orlo. “It’s a
Sunday morning blues service by us, but it’s music we embrace expressive guitar accompanies “We had to revive the group and great feeling.”
that featured the group Agape. and love. Truth is, without Black omas’ soul-gripping voice on get our members out of a slump. For more information or to
“ ey sang the blues version people, this music never would the CD’s track “Mean World.” at’s when we decided to pro- purchase a CD, visit thehvbs.
of about eight songs, including have happened. We are trying to As HVBS became better duce the CD.” org.
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Traditions Winter of discontent
SEASONAL nd a gingerbread house kit, let alone MAN for Christmas, and if we had just waited a
TIDBITS four days before Christmas during a OVERBOARD little longer most of them might have blown
pandemic was not easy. After calling down anyway, a good portion of them all
LAURA at least 10 groceries, pharmacies and RICK over my lawn. We have a tree that hangs over
CAMPAGNA department stores, we nally found the MELÉN the front of our property with such imsily
last two kits in the tri-state area. We attached limbs that every time someone
Once again I have been thinking picked up some other decorating items It’s only the end of December and we’ve whistles “YMCA”or says a word with the
of traditions. It could be that and the contest began. e nished already had two powerful storms. A letter “H”near it, 9 or 10 branches fall onto
time of year again when ev- houses were posted on Instagram or couple weeks ago we had a blizzard that my lawn. is wouldn’t bother me, because
eryone makes resolutions, a tradition in some other internet fad and the judging dropped about a foot of snow. Don’t worry the lawn looks better with branches covering
and of its self. It’s a tradition to make began. It was too close to call and my about us, we were well prepared. We stocked it, but they get caught in the lawnmower and
a resolution and a tradition to not keep husband and I declared it a tie. up on the necessary items, knowing that it even though I can bend over to pick them up
that resolution. could be at least an entire day before help 10 times I can only straighten up 5.
My Christmas Eve tradition is could arrive. We bought an extra dozen eggs,
During this past holiday season, I spending it with friends and sh, lots in case we were snowed in for two days and e law of averages says it’s going to hap-
spent time with family and friends in of each. My family of four gathers at had an 8-egg omelet on the rst day. And we pen again, we’re going to get at least three
the traditional and non-traditional our friend’s house each Christmas Eve. bought extra milk in case I suddenly become 100-year storms in the next two months. I’ll
sense. I was able to see family and lactose tolerant, and we bought extra salt like be at home just like you, guring out where
friends virtually a la the Jetsons and in ey are a family of six and have more they told us on the news, for the omelets I to put all the stu we got under the tree this
person a la the old-fashioned way. Of friends than I can count. My friend has guess. What if we’re stuck in the house for year. Where are you going to put that chia
course, everyone was happy to see each such a generous heart that they open three days? Can you imagine? What would Trump that Mitch Mcconnell sent you? You
other and while the season was cel- their hearts and home to as many as we DO? I don’t want to have to resort to need two light sources for it, one overhead to
ebrated a bit di erently, it was still the they can t around their dining room doing whatever it is we’ve been doing for make the seeds come up, and one over on the
holiday season and all of the bells and table, usually at least 30 plus. I was the last 9 months. What if the internet goes side to make them bend horizontally for the
whistles that came along with it were anxiously awaiting the night before down, and I have an important project due comb-over. Where are you going to put that
there. Christmas, I was looking forward to at work? How can I explain to my boss that Peloton you got as an expensively un atter-
some time spent with my friend under because of the blizzard I won’t be able to stay ing gift? I know I’m going to regret having
My girls were home for a two-week her tree in the living room, I was also home from work today, I’ll have to come in. that Peloton in the house, criticizing me and
Christmas visit. We had not seen one wary that there would be 30 plus people Do we need any more proof that we’re in a exposing all my insecurities. e rst words
daughter since last Christmas and and I would not have one-to-one time weird place? e biggest waste of time and out of the Peloton’s mouth when I turn it on
the other since late August. Travel with her. As we pulled into her drive- resources right now is plowing the roads. If are going to be,“Why didn’t you put the me
restrictions due to the pandemic put way I was happy to see that no other you plan on leaving the house in the next in the den? Just for that we’re going biking in
a huge dent in travel plans during cars were in the driveway. She opened three months, email the DPW and tell them San Francisco!”
the year. With their bags packed and the door in her Christmas Eve n- where you’re headed, and lets save some
negative COVID tests in hand, they est, her plaid pajamas. A tradition she money by only plowing those roads. I’ll be here at home during the storm
headed home. One afternoon my created some 10 years ago. She scooted trying to get the cat o of the Roomba-
younger daughter suggested hav- us in the door and announced she was en we had a wind storm that blew 70- he’s using it as his personal Segway. And
ing the traditional gingerbread house in the middle of taking a picture of her mile an hour winds around Westchester. If I I guess I’ll have plenty of time to clean up
decorating contest just like they used kids and their signi cant others under tried that in my car I’d get pulled over by the the kitchen, now that I bought my wife that
to have between each other when they the tree. My family and I dispersed in cops before I even left my house. ere were “Forged in Fire”knife. I demonstrated it in
were kids. e teams were created, the house and I found my way into the trees down everywhere. e irony is that all a disturbing spree where I sliced four bottles
my younger daughter and her friend kitchen. Her husband was at the stove across America we cut down a zillion trees of water in half, hung an albacore from the
against my older daughter and her putting his nishing touches on his ceiling and bisected it, and screwed a tomato
Lobster sauce for the pasta dish. ey to the table from underneath and sliced it
ancé. at was the easy part, trying to
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to family members that she
celebrate the 7 Fishes on thought it was the ugliest thing
Christmas Eve serving every- ever and wrapped it and gave it
thing from the ever-popular away the following Christmas.
Lobster to conch in a seafood It has been passed around,
salad and other sea urchins strategically and calculating
boiled, broiled, baked, fried, passing by the original gifter
and sautéed. Before we started for over 20 years.
the main course my friend’s
husband o ered a toast and My husband told the story
declared that we have been of the Christmas Onion that
coming to their house for the was a tradition of a college
past 13 years, and I take home friend. Each year someone in
all of the leftover lobster to the family would take a plain
make a seafood stock and he ole onion from the grocery
has yet to get any seafood store, wrap it beautifully and
chowder. I confessed that anonymously mail it to an-
I DO make the stock, but I other member of the family. Of
forget about it during the year course, there would be a small
and it sits in my freezer until clue as to what member of the
the next year’s batch arrives. family sent it, so while it was
not all together anonymous;
e following day, I had it did have some element of
my soon to be son in-laws’ surprise and it was assured it
parents over for a Christmas would not return to the sender
Brunch. We were talking the following year. e onion
about the wedding plans and always came with instructions
the traditions that come with for the lucky recipient as to
the ceremony and reception. how they could continue the
Somehow we got o topic tradition.
and started sharing Christmas
traditions that each family had. As I listened to these family
traditions and thought about
ey told us about the family others I have heard in the past,
Owl candle that has gotten I realized that it was time to
passed around and re-gifted complete the tradition I have
for years. It originated from started for the past 13 years.
a daughter-in-law that the I will grab the fresh lobster
mother-in-law did not par- stock I just froze, and make a
ticularly like. e daughter- Seafood Bisque and drive over
in-law thought she was be- a quart for my friend and her
ing thoughtful and gave her husband and promise us all to
mother-in-law the Owl candle continue the tradition for as
to add to the collection of long as they hosts Christmas
various Owls that the mother- Eve.
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Kids and New Year’s resolutions
STRONG was a good try, but even I know likely to happen unless you work to achieving your long-term recommend that you talk to your
LEARNING that resolutions don’t work.” towards it. As you mention in goal (which was your New Year’s son about the idea of making a
your email, you learned how to resolution). New Year’s resolution and why
DR. LINDA Am I so na ve that I think they plan your time. You probably set most people never achieve it.
SILBERT can work? ey’ve always worked up a plan consisting of short- Since you’re able to make your
for me. Last year I said I wasn’t term goals, and once you achieved New Year’s resolutions work, Ask him what he’d like to
Dear Dr. Linda, going to be late for things any- those goals, you were on the road you obviously understand what accomplish in school. Most kids
Every year our family and more and I worked hard at it, and it takes to make them work. I want better grades.Together
I’m not late anymore. I’ve learned put together a list of short-term
friends come to our house for a how to plan my time. Don’t you goals which will put him on the
New Year’s Day party. It’s become agree that it’s a good way to start right track towards his long-term
a tradition that after dessert each the new year. In addition, making goal. For example, hand in all
one shares their New Year’s reso- New Year’s resolutions sets a good homework, work on time man-
lution, including the kids. When example for our kids (especially agement, and go for help if he
I announced that it was time to high schoolers)? doesn’t understand something, all
share our resolutions, most of my short-term goals. en together
guests said, “No thank you,” and Leslie explore all the obstacles that
some actually made a joke of it. Dear Leslie, could prevent him from achieving
“Yep, I’m going to lose weight,” any of these goals. Here are some
laughed Meg. “ at resolution Yes, I agree that New Year’s possible obstacles: he’s on a sports
didn’t go so well. I’m actually resolutions are a good way to team that takes up a lot of time,
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MY During his years of intel- he asserted that he only wanted
PERSPECTIVE lectual discussions, which he to teach the youth. His eloquent
had with friends and strangers and heartfelt summation fell on
deaf ears, and he was convicted
JAMES alike, our “mystery guest”began 281-220.
MARTORANO to shine the spotlight of human
At his sentence, the prosecution
inquiry upon human beings sought the death penalty. Again,
our thinker rose and de antly sug-
themselves. is was unique. gested, since he was doing a public
service, that he be supported at the
As we begin the New Year, Prior to his emergence, the fo- public’s expense for the rest of his
I look forward to sharing life. Not liking the sound of that
new intellectual journeys cus of human inquiry had always idea, the jury responded with a
been on the “nature of the uni- verdict of death 361-140.
verse”or the “power of the gods.”
Our convicted star had friends
with you. For today’s column, I He would waste no time on such who knew he had been unjustly
prosecuted and convicted. ey
was inspired by two television questions. His supreme concern prepared a ship for his escape and
convinced a guard to unlock the
game shows: “Jeopardy”and was the breakdown of human door to his cell. Our philosophi-
cal giant refused the o er. Since
“What’s My Line?”While you relations ethics. He believed that he had enjoyed the bene ts of
society his whole life, he reasoned
may all be familiar with the former the source of all unethical behavior that it would be wrong to now
disregard the decision of the
you may not know the latter, was ignorance. When we know people. He was placing principle
above his very life. Oh, how I
which is a show that aired from what is right, we will do what is wish more people in high places
felt this way today.
1950 until 1967, mostly in black right. For him, the discovery of
When the day of execution
and white. John Charles Daly what is right will, of necessity,
hosted the show, which featured a bring about good behavior. His arrived, Socrates took the cup of writing. Had it not been for his
poisonous hemlock and drank it famous student, Plato, who re-
panel of guests, including the likes teachings dramatically shifted the without hesitation. Over the pro- corded his teachings for posterity,
ceeding centuries, his contribu- we would never have known about
of Dorothy Kilgallen, Bennett course of western thought; and, his tion to western thought has been Socrates’contributions. Describing
recognized as practically immea- his beloved teacher, Plato summed
Cerf, and Arlene Francis. e place as one of the premier minds surable. He is a model of cour- him up best: he was “a man, as we
age, sel essness, and intellectual would say, of all then living we
object of the show was to guess of all time is securely preserved. curiosity. Yet he sought no fame, had ever met, the noblest and the
and never committed anything to wisest and the most just.”
the occupation of the contestant Any thoughts about who this
by asking a series of probing yes or might be? If not, continue reading.
no questions.Today’s column is a Another notable contribution of
variation on that theme, where you our champion was his willingness
will have to guess the individual to challenge long held ideas. His
from my description below. Who methodology was revolutionary
knows, some of you may even for his time. rough a series of
guess correctly almost immedi- questions and answers, he would
ately! elicit a path to the truth. is CLARK ASSOCIATES
Reportedly, our “mystery guest” procedure, known as elenchus
was an extremely ugly man. He or dialectic is, for example, the
had a pug face, round mouth, thick underpinning of our trial system
lips, heavy beard, and wisps of today. In a court of law, allegations
grey hair fringing a balding head, are scrutinized utilizing our hero’s
all atop a robust, stocky torso. He dialectic-based examination. If
appeared to be built like an ox. In we learn anything from today’s
fact, he was as strong and coura- mystery guest, it is that we must
geous as he looked. Although not believe claims unless they are
not an especially violent man, he backed with evidence. Do you
fought in countless battles and it still need more information about
was said that his stare could drive him? OK, let’s continue:
an enemy into retreat. He was also During the course of his many
a brilliant man, with an enormous public discourses, our courageous
sense of humor, an inquisitive philosopher upset several power- Serving all Faiths since 1858
intellect, and an insatiable desire ful people, and ended up on trial Cremations and Burials
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had three sons. His wife couldn’t Reportedly, 6,000 notices were
have been too happy with him issued, resulting in the selection of
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Thursday, January 7, 2021 OPINION North Salem News – Page 14
READING, the harsh soap products of the day, as By 1930, the company merged with FROM PAGE 8
WRITING & well as from the arsenic and lead-based a British margarine company to form
CHOCOLATE face creams used by women to achieve Unilever. One of the company’s biggest into 40 paper-thin disks. I’d like to perform an
a pale, anemic pallor favored among products, the Dove soap brand, started autopsy with it, but I’m afraid of what I might
KIM the upper classes. in 1957. is new beauty cleansing
KOVACH bar contained a patented blend of mild nd. I won’t bother trying to dig myself out of
By 1807, Pears soap was the rst cleansers and one-quarter moistur- the driveway, instead I’ll stay in and gure out the
After ten months of public service mass-marketed translucent soap. e izing cream. e Dove soap bar was directions to a co ee maker that were published
announcements encouraging special formula boiled out the impuri- promoted as leaving skin clean, soft in Chinese, translated to English and then back to
people to wash their hands, ties and irritants and added a delicate and smooth and less drying than Ivory Braille, where they came from.
I started thinking more about soap. I fragrance of English garden owers soap.
wash my hands countless times each plus rosemary and thyme. e translu- We’ll all be inside together, and Dr. Anthony
day. I’ve been a big fan of liquid hand cent soap bar was aged for two to three Do you remember Soap on a Rope? Fauci has already warned us of the painful few
soap for years. months which resulted in greater lather is unique item was rst created in months to come. He tweeted that not only will
and longer lasting bubbles. the late 1940’s. e idea was to loop there be many more covid infections, but that there
I decided to nd out when humans the rope over your wrist to prevent may not be any new episodes of “Forensic Files”
rst started using soap. According to Across the Atlantic, soap products the soap bar from falling to the oor this year. Plus a new mutant strain of coronavirus
the internet, the earliest known soap were being produced by a company in in the shower. en the soap could be has been found that has been shown to be able to
was made as early as the year 2800 Cincinnati, Ohio, founded by William hung up to dry instead of relegated to a give you a wedgie, just for starters. We’re in for a
BC in ancient Babylon. Archeologists Procter and James Gamble in 1837. mushy soap dish. long stretch of arguing about the immunizations
discovered a formula for soap (water, Forty years later, the founders’ sons Fancy bath soaps like the large ball- before normal life resumes, assuming that my life
alkali and cassia oil) inscribed on a clay invented a new soap product.Trained shaped Bath Bombs with fragrances could be called normal. We would have to reach
tablet from Babylon in 2200 BC. chemist, James Norris Gamble, cre- of eucalyptus and citrus can turn your “herd immunity,” and we’re not even at “gaggle im-
Early humans used water, sand, ated a lighter soap bar with extra air soaking tub into a spa experience. I munity” or even “clowder immunity” yet.
pumice and ashes to keep clean. For whipped into the soap mixture ingre- remember the commercials for Mr.
several hundred years, soap was made dients. is inexpensive white soap bar Bubble in the 1960’s advertised to Since I voted Democrat this year, I’ll have to
outdoors by boiling a cauldron of ani- was light enough to oat on the water “Bubble kids clean and eliminate bath- wait in the queue until my number comes up
mal fat (cow, sheep or goat) with water in the bathtub. Harley Procter came tub ring.” Of course we asked Mom to for the vaccine. I’ll be just behind the people in
and lye made from wood ash. is up with the name Ivory inspired by a buy Mr. Bubble and enjoyed shrieking solitary con nement on Death Row, but ahead
greasy, smelly goo was used to remove psalm in the Bible: “All thy garments with glee as the tub lled with bubbles! of raccoons, so I feel pretty good about things. I
dirt and grime. smell of myrrh, and aloes, and cassia, picture myself over 100 years-old, and the rst
In 1789, Andrew Pears, a trained out of the ivory palaces whereby they Kim Kovach will be teaching Life Sketches person in line, but as I’m celebrating my good
barber from the coast of England, have made thee glad.” e Ivory soap adult writing classes via Zoom through fortune I fracture my hip, and they ship me back
arrived in London and saw the need bar was an immediate success. the Bedford Free Library. Join Kim to my private room at the nursing home for three
for a gentle cleansing soap. His upscale to write personal and family stories on months, and my immunity is wasted. Yes, it’s
clients experienced skin irritation from In England, William Hesketh Lever, Fridays at 10:30am starting on January going to be long, hard stretch until the spring and
a British soap and detergent entre- 22nd. www.kimkovachwrites.com I’m going to get bored and stir crazy. en “ is
preneur, and his brother, James Darcy is Spinal Tap” comes on the telly, and I feel like I
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Some winter sports to begin next week
BY BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER boys swim, and indoor track—are sched- Wednesday, Dec. 30. ter sports to March increases the likelihood
SPORTS EDITOR uled to begin on Tuesday, Jan. 12. “At this time, there is no de nitive time- of overlap between sports. Student-athletes
who participate in both volleyball and bas-
Monday marked the start of the inter- “High-risk” sports—boys and girls bas- line for authorization of high-risk sports ketball, for example, would have to choose,
scholastic winter sports season in New ketball,ice hockey,and wrestling—have not to resume competition,” Zayas wrote on making it di cult for smaller schools like
York State, but many Section 1 schools been authorized by the state to begin their Twitter. “We’ll continue working with North Salem to eld teams.
opted to postpone their start dates for at seasons. State championships have already state o cials and our member schools to
least another week. been canceled for the winter season. determine when it is safe to compete.” Also, in North Salem, modi ed athlet-
ics (ice hockey, wrestling, and boys/girls
In North Salem, sports considered by Dr. Robert Zayas, executive director of High-risk sports from the fall—football basketball) are postponed until Jan. 19, the
the state’s Department of Health to be the New York State Public High School and volleyball—have already been postponed athletic department announced.
“low and moderate risk”—bowling, skiing, Athletic Association, shared an update on until March 1. Also delaying high-risk win-
Campers gather at Hudson Valley College ID camp.
PHOTO COURTESY OF TIM HOURAHAN
Hudson Valley College ID Camp a success
BY MIKE SABINI ful to the coaches who came on reached out to Jordan and asked and their sta s to run practice eld, but added that he looks for-
CONTRIBUTING WRITER campus,” Hourahan said. “ at him if he wouldn’t mind to come sessions. is gets the players a ward to bringing the camp back
is a big draw of this event, hav- speak to all the Hudson Valley great feel of what a college soccer to Lakeland this upcoming July.
It was months after it was orig- ing these college coaches in the prospects on the di erences be- practice will look like in the fall,
inally scheduled for in the sum- bleachers and down on the eld, tween high school and college Hourahan said. “We now have two full-sized
mer, and at a di erent location, watching the boys.” soccer, what practice sessions, soccer elds on campus, and even
but the wait was well worth it for and road trips look like, and even “However, what college coach- a third turf eld we could use for
those participants in the third an- e camp had more than 40 what college class requirements es really want to see is players small-sided games,” Hourahan
nual Hudson Valley College ID colleges in the summer of 2019 may look like,” Hourahan said. playing, not practicing; so while said. “So, this summer, as we con-
Camp. at Lakeland, but this winter there “Not only did my man ‘J Fein’ that aspect is great for the players, tinue to grow this brand, we will
is still a ban on Division 1 schools come prepared with notes and we really just wanted to showcase be looking at more than 100 ath-
e camp was held Dec. 12- attending events like this by the talking points to go over, I then our guys as much as possible over letes easy, and the fourth annual
13 at Mamaroneck High School, NCAA, and there were many asked him if he wouldn’t mind two days for the college coaches, Hudson Valley College ID camp
drawing 70 players and 27 college other college coaches who have to take on some questions our to recruit,” Hourahan said. “So, will be the biggest one to date, as
coaches. attended in previous years who prospects may have. He was just we got rid of the one-hour train- we continue to draw top players
were not allowed to travel. so well spoken and personable, to ing session, and we had 60 min- not only from Section 1 and Sec-
e camp actually had more our players, that it was a great ad- utes of 6v6 small-sided games tion 9, but now even players from
than 100 players registered for it, “So, still to have 27 programs dition to this ID camp. and just about three hours per Long Island and Albany look to
but because of COVID-19 rules, on site over two days was just day of 11v11 full-sided.” be in the mix this summer.”
it had to limit the participants on an amazing opportunity for our “I think bringing in alumni
campus, according to its direc- players, and I know there are Hudson Valley camp players to On the camp’s second day, it While the camp may be over,
tor and founder, Lakeland coach dozens of kids that have already speak about what their recruiting concluded with a senior vs. se- the work isn’t.
Tim Hourahan. been contacted this week from process was like will certainly be nior game, as well as a ’21s vs.
coaches,” Hourahan said. a part of this program going for- ’22s all-star game, pitting the top “I will continue to talk to col-
Mamaroneck coach Rick ward now,” Hourahan added. juniors against the top seniors in lege coaches over the next few
Becker and Somers coach Brian Speaking to the campers was the camp. months on our graduating se-
Lanzetta assisted Hourahan with 2017 Lakeland graduate and cur- e camp usually has a one- niors, as well as posting highlight
the running of the camp. rent Plattsburgh standout, Jordan hour portion on each ID camp Hourahan said he is thankful videos of our players, in helping
Fein. day to bring in college coaches to Mamaroneck and its admin- them nd a college-roster spot,”
“As for the college coach turn- istration for allowing use of its Hourahan said.
out, I could not be more grate- “For this past weekend, I
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CLUES ACROSS 34. “Rule, Britannia” 53. Have surgery 25. Naturally occurring
1. Partner to “oohed” composer 57. Formal withdrawal from a solid material
6. Relaxing places 35. Doubles federation 27. Acquired brain injury
10. Humorous monologue 37. Jacob __, American 58. Guitarist sounds behavior science (abbr.)
14. Simple elegance journalist 59. Greek war god 28. Thirteen
15. Bearable 38. House pet 60. 2,000 lbs. 29. Partner to cheese
17. Disobedience 39. S. African river 61. Helps escape 30. Member of a Semitic
19. Express delight 40. Broad sashes people
20. Gov’t attorneys 41. Establish as a foundation CLUES DOWN 31. One thousandth of an
21. Wake up 43. KGB double agent 1. Currency exchange inch
22. A type of band Aldrich __ charge 33. Former CIA
23. Remain as is 45. Part of a book 2. River in Tuscany 35. Most lemony
24. Turfs 46. Taxi 3. Breakfast dish 36. Engage in
26. Battle-ax 47. Pancakes made from 4. Defunct European 37. Small Eurasian deer
29. Volcanic crater buckwheat ﬂour currency 39. Provisions
31. The mother of Jesus 49. Train group (abbr.) 5. Upper class young 42. All humans have them
32. One’s life history 50. Frames per second woman 43. Swiss river
6. Part of a purse 44. Storage term (abbr.)
7. Self-contained units 46. Famed Broadway
8. Boxing’s GOAT lyricist Sammy
9. Legislators 47. Dutch colonist
10. Flightless birds 48. Full-grown pike ﬁsh
11. U. of Miami’s 49. Egyptian sun god
mascot is one 50. Flute
12. Floating ice 51. Flew off!
13. Low, marshy land 52. Scottish tax
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22. Law enforcement 54. Populous Brazilian city
agency (abbr.) 55. Malaysian Isthmus
23. Full extent of 56. Pointed end of a pen
24. __ Claus
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e push toward planning
If Covid-19 is not enough to motivate you to get your estate
and elder law planning and a airs in order, what is?
GUEST never executed a Last Will and especially if a parent has taken whether or not they have done any one’s initial consultation with an
CORNER Testament and/or any other form ill, rendered incapacitated and/or planning and if not, recommend attorney. I have found that in some
of estate or long-term care plan- unexpectedly passes away. Under that they consult with an experi- instances children who are willing
ANTHONY J. ning documents and when asked said circumstances, the family enced attorney. However, if this to nance the cost of the consulta-
ENEA why not, they state “I’ve been very is often hampered in its ability approach is not e ective, one may tion, and in some cases even pay
busy the last 92 years!” to gather the necessary nancial need to resort to more creative for the planning can help a parent
For the past nine months information and documents to approaches. who is reluctant to pay for the cost
I have received calls from For many, trying to broach apply for Medicaid, and/or take of an estate and/or elder law plan;
individuals who are typically the topic of estate and elder care the necessary steps to protect one’s Some of the tactics often used
not motivated to engage in estate planning with a loved one can assets from the cost of long-term to motivate a loved one to plan are d. If the loved one continues
planning because of their age and be an uncomfortable and daunt- care. Additionally, when the parent as follows: to resist any attempt to engage
belief that it will be many years ing task. I realize that some passes away, children are often left in signi cant planning, such as
before they need to confront their grandparents/ parents will never trying to piece together informa- a. Educate the loved one about drafting a last will and/or creating
mortality. Sadly, Covid-19 has discuss their personal nances tion relevant to the decedent’s the advantages of engaging in and funding a trust, a step that
upset the proverbial apple cart on and planning with their children. estate and long-term care plan- could prove to be very helpful in
this belief. at being said, I am It is something they feel is no nances for the requisite estate ning. For example, providing them the event of the parent’s incapacity
also still receiving calls from the one’s business. However, I also and tax lings. with articles about the cost of is to have the parent execute a Du-
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