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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, April 01, 1929, Image 12

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PAVE WAY FOR HEADOUARTEF INNEWCASTL Amendment to Town L' Increase* Power* of Town Official* Building Needed Ttal th* Um bend of « C«*tl* may •ootf'b. roipowamd ' All plan* for th* ccIcbra'.lDn of | 1L* KvenUrth' birthday of the 1 VVl-ilo Plain! Lodpe 473 V. tt A. jLl hr.ve b*«n .completed. Tlire*. ct':. - I monlf! will nuult a-oonu I melioration mfcliCs. rclljcJoua bit - • vice! ard a banquet.- It baa been a II decade eincp a aiciliar celebration I bat taken place, and In Xivp ifmuxt j ir.or* t(t£re vm Vc-aTbsUvaTwhlchirity iir will break ell records, when the -/iennl.1 lodge wll reach the thtn-quartcr of ( (|[) a century-mark. ' . | » On Vl'cdnrsday of this week, a ! J,, *c| commemorative meeting Will he j avatoue held. JTh*' principal .speaker -d-ill • wltbou te George U Allln. fuat diet rid ' deputy. - A \•ynopsiil of the -history of the lodge from It* Inception ‘ to tha present-time li to be given by, - ....... Charles Everett Moore, past grand 1 Kultor sword bearer of the Grand Leslcr:. : - He will detail the growth of the ! lodge from Ita founding to th(r pres- I ent membership or 75* A quartet Will entertain, folfnw- , ed by a anctal hour, during which - refreshments wll be eervrd On Sunday afternoon, Aprif 7, the j P° u ] member* will gather for worship Ip the St. Bartholomew ’ s Churrh. prospect street, and Sterling ave ­ nue. where n special MaStinic ser ­ vice will be Riven, with the Itev. Ro ­ land Oriusbcc officlallnc. A male choir, sixteen-voices will sing. The., lodge will be escorted byUi* total Chief manufacturing induati chapjer of th* ’ Kjjlaiocv^Tcmpiars. ~i New York Btnte; clothing The TabemnoW'Tvhiie J>ln!n* chap-i printing and publishing- TIB ter has'ileo bcen'invitcd to paruif- [ meat pScElng. Pennsylvania: pate In the service and steel. Massarinisctu. ci The program will be brought to 1 and worsted goods, hoots and a a close with a banquet on Mor.ilav California: petroleum refining, nigbh April 8, at the Elka Hall. ( nlng and preserving. Midi! Judge Arthur S. Tompkins, past ' motor vehicle*. Ai yor Clark Unhurt When Motors Crash Mayor Clark of Talrytown was JurJt.r ‘ oporn!o! « be- and |m- ' |; -d H fine* totalling *88 far*\io7 jlatld-js of traffic ordinance*. A J :n!nr opere or ’ s llgense- issued j to Tboma&Ornnu. ) of Scarmlala, •evoked for dnvln: within the inilts of While Plains Young I* was aleo lined gib for speed-' n West Post Road rph Marinacclo. 110 Ferris ie> was lined -$25 fbr driving ...... ait an operator's 1 license. f ifTorU Craft. of tU'h. ’ orffi Kensl- osJU'enuc;* Fritz Weiss, \of Port heater, and Thomas Minter. of 31 . fined $10 eae\h (for speeding. . J i inns of $2 each were imposed 1 on James Brown, colored, of Mi 'r noklleld etreet, for*i|rlvirtg with- : .Jilt lights: Pli jrWb of Scar-if ! dale, fur passing a/ted light, and ! ' \ ' .Gutlnaz. ■ oty Brooklyn, for | ____ g. wrthoul lights. Charles Tdjinr. colored, incested i (or driving an 11-ton truck 31 miles I per hour, was released' with a $10 j line and a warning of revocation of ! his license on jSecoml offense. shaken up In a eofluion on Satuz- day.night but not hurt when S car driven by James Gregory of War- 1 ren avenue. Fair Grounds, made a ■ left turn from Warren avenue onto th- Tarrytow . Road and struck tb« roar of the mayor's ear which was headed toward Tarrytown. TheJ 1 accident happened about 9 p. m. • Gregory was not Injured either 1 and allgtb damage was apparent on , either vehicle. The Green burgh po- , lice made a record of the case but no charges were preferred. , Supervisor* tor the elimination of the railroad - grade crossing of the New York Central Railroad at Odell avenue. Yonkers, sets the to ­ tal cost of the Improvement at $220,000. Rye. and B. K. Smith of Pound-, ridge ifajc y Leader Frank Ileafy of the Yonkers Caramon Council, and Police Chief James Beary. Port Cheater. Other* were Supervisors Elbert J. Purdy of North Salem anti Charles H. Wiley, of Yonker*;' Vil ­ lage Trustee.Joseph ’ J. Walker, of Dobbs Ferry: Sergeant John O ’ Neill, of Mamaroneck: Village Tr-ste* John K. Shelly, of Mount Klseo; Chief of Police Edwin W. ’ ‘ McCall, Mount Klseo; Trustee Mur ­ phy. of North Pelham', Trustee Ru ­ dolph Hurlsch. of Plc&santville; Village Clerk Charles Lair.- Flea* antvllle; Chief Shaft.- Scarsdale; Captain -William Simpkins. Tucka- hoc; Captain .McQuillan, of Green- burgh; Councilman Disosa. of Hat rtson; Superintendent of Righwa^ H. Hunter, of North - Castle; Chief Charles L. Romalue. of New Cas- tl-. and Supervisor E. H. Smith, of -Men v - -1 adopted uniform cods: Frank Bermlngham. New Rochelle; : Iday at White Plains Include: | Police Lieutenant Newton ‘ Curtis, . ! Mount Vernon; Deputy County En- ( hairman- of the Board of Super- How ^g -££2. C rotTm ^ |i.:or» Howard W-.-hburn, New • Qty Judge Charles Boote. “ Yonkers. Castle, who presided; Sheriff Thom- Also, Mayor Henry H. Law. Brl- In. V ' tfndrrhU Whit a - Mains arcllff; Judges A. W, Southard and I . ............. . Wilbur. Hltcbcoek. Mount Pleasant Alonzo I Cooper. PirtATgaf tj I kJ Ce<Jr|[e c Cowle. Ossining. Commissioner. Whit- Plains, chair- Supervisors Joseph B, McCarthy, ir. -n of the General Traffic Com- ! White Plains, chairman of the Su- 1 mittce; Council Prealdent John 8 ! pervlsors ’ Special- Committee, on Davis, Yonker*; Police eCaptaln ‘ TreSle; De Forest Sherwood of In the year 17J0, the ladles of Philadelphia were out campaigning for clothing to aJIevUta tha dis ­ tress of the Continental soldiers. r eft Morris ’ princely gift was contents of a ship capture^ by one of his privateers, ftllly laden with clothing and military store* Agnes Jordan. 22. color*®, of lfe*t Philadelphia. was held wttb- ■ t ball on a charge of prostltu- Aimed Men Hold Up I »«!*\• grappled with him In an ., n L 11 C. attempt to wrest the weapon from New Kocneue More him. While this struggle w*a go- ----- | lng on the bandit's companion NEW ROCHEUZ, April l.-A 1 opened the tlU and took from It $40. came battle put up by Fredrtick ! the evenlOK'a receipts. Fitch, of New York City, manager ----- -- ' • of an A. * P. grovery store at 909 I Bl'TLEB RIDGE PLOTS Main SUeet. New Rochelle, failed I . - ----------- 1 when- one of two hold-up men who' Prince A Ripley. Inc., report the ! entered his store at 9 30 o'clock sale of six building lots at BuUer | Saturday night struck him over the Ridge. Ossining, for th* Buflsr h-nd with n phdol buU. rendering I Rldg* Co. Inc. to Building £**•»- [ him unconscious, while the bandit ’ s j !*■!» Corp. Plana are to be filed at. I able rilled the till of hitch ’ s cask: onre for three houses. Th- same register ; firm ha* leased a house-on Rutgers According to the t®be* Fitch svasl Place - . Green Knolls. Scandale. to preparing to close the store for the Frederick F. Mops ton. JANITOR 55 YEARS Ball Feed On Assault Chargi Thomai Zimmerman Celrbrslrs An- niTemry —Court Attaches All Congratulate Him A total Of 66 case* were-on the calendar of the City Court this morning. Louis Monte. 33 South Lexington avenue, ilraa held U> $2.90 ball on a charge of .third degree assault' maJa by Tony^ Maccra, S3 Kurils avenue. Maccra charges Monte struck him during an altercaiion In a billiard null <m Main street Ma- cern wn- treated nt the White Plains Hospital. Dr. Kills taking four stitches In.hhr-hrwrc lip. Pa- trolmen Anderson and Sullo were assigned to the case. Many congratulation* were re ­ ceived today by Thomas Zimmer ­ man who celebrated lila fifty-fifth anniversary as chief Janitor of the Westchester County court build ­ ing*. Zimmerman, who Is 71, started when he was 16 years old. He has outlived all judges and county officials who wrre ln office In 1874, when ha started on his duties. _ I the store. Th* larger of (he two ] men pointed a pistol at Fitch and ; | demanded that- he hand over what ' money he hail in his register. The 1 latted, unawed by the bandit ’ s 1 a legal term aplled Road, arrested on th* complar S Wild apis of tfifc name ad 'J'ELEPHONE g?Q() Twrl Tin: DULY PRESS, ’ white plains , n . y .. mo . nday .' uphil I. l-OT. : - -pa*e»o« 9200 MASONS ’ PLANS COMPLETE FOR grind master of the *Btate of New York, will deliver the pilnrtpal ap-ech. Th* banquet commutes consists of diaries Evrreii Moore, chair- 11. Tyaun and George Committee Ma\esWhoopee With County Traffic Code 70TH BIRTHDAY CtMBnicinonili'c Meeting ^ Cliurrli Service* anti Ban-' i|Uft V. ilf llc licit!. TOMPKINS TO ATXEKI) Former Slate Grand Mailer Will Deliver Prinrijtol Adtlrcs* tfMJ.ty Dtrklc. Tha present officer* are Ft cl 3. .I.udcman. roaatar; Theodor* E Vld- eto. sonlor waidsn; Archibald F. Coon. Junior Warden; H«pi.y. A. Young, senior deacon'; Charles Ad-1 olfsan, jnnior deacon: Oils' 1>. Mc­ Kay. unlor rt.'strr of eerrdionless George D,.Dickie, junior master bf ceremonlvs; Grnigr Jrnnon ntor steward: Wll.a.i. McKinley, junior atBwarxt; Jam -. 17 Jones. nmr|hal; Predcrlc'.: Ran-.-hlt.' trensiimr; Charles HrV.mu- rUllt. kecretarv; U. M, A'cUin, organist; J. H. Richards, Charles M. 8'owell, and Loren License Revoked Bj ’ Judge Gray DUNCAN R. ROSE PHARMACY Our Telephone it 3 4 8 6 • DELIVERY service is PROMPT — 106 Mamaroneck Ave. White Plains REMOVAL NOTICE ' We are now located in our new offices in The Daily Press iLilding at 107~Mamaroneck Avenue BUILDING & REALTY NEWS' Phone 2563 READY FOR OCCUPANCY APRIL 15 T HIS true Colonial residence-from plans by E. Dean Parmelee, is located at California Ridge, on theHutchinsonRiver Park ­ way. It contains nine rooms and three baths, two-car garage and all the improvements which the modem home owner de ­ mands. -From the suif porch there is a magnificent view of the. Upper New Rochelle Lake andof the Hutchinson River Parkway and park lands. This site is 200 feet from Mill Road, the link which connects the White Plains Post Road and North Avenue, New Rochelle, and which is to be widened to 60 feet. This is a highly desirable home for. a ma n -with small children. Iti» - one of the few sites left in Southern Westchester v^here a home can be bought with assurance that the character of the neighborhood wm remain residential for years to come. It is close to five golf clubs; a riding academy is five minutes ’ walk; bridle paths are across the street. Itis anideal rural, retreat dropped down between bustling cities and villages. — - C-- x ------ '.. v - ; ALLEN J. STEEN, INC., Builders Mamaroneck Ave. & Post Road, White Plains,. Or Your Own Broker • .. ’ . N 1 D Telephone 8117 ____

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