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THE DAILY PRESS, WHITE PLAINS. N. Y., MONDAY, APRIL 8, 1929 jEUsmotnt 9200 IJILKPHONE 9200 THE COMMUNITY WANTS AND OFFERS THIS AD SERVICE IS AS CONVENIENT AS YOUR PHONE — CALL WHITE PLAINS 9200 Alto Saxophone for Sale; See Classification 60. . JteUa ffrcgfl — 107 Mamaroneck Avenue WHITE PLAINS ' CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Count Six Averse* Word* Per Lin* RATES' Wot your convenience ad* are accepted over the ‘ phone, with the ■nrteret e n dlng that they will pay when bill 1* presented or before. Ada ordered for six time* f*t the loweet rat# and may be stopped before expiration, chare* belne mad* only for Ineertlon* used at the rate earned. Nan-consecutive Insertion* get one-time rate. Classified ads In bold face type, double regular rates PHONE YOUR AD — CALL 9200 Cksing Time: 11 A. M. — 9 A. M. Saturdays Answers to \Keyed\ ads delivered only on proper identification. °n* Insertion . - . Ij2c a Line Cash TTuwe Consecutive Insertions - 9c a Line Cash Sa Consecutive Insertions - 7c a Line Ca»h No Advertisement Accepted Lee* Than Three Line* DISPLAY CLASSIFIED RATES Display Oaeelfled space *1.00 an inch, one time; 75c an inch. 6 1 month- Display not larger than 12 point, n Application Aotos For Sale ANNOUNCING the opening of the Used Car Department of LECLAIR MOTORS, INC. White Plains AH Make* of Used Car* Easy Terms new Rooeevelt and Marmon be on display at the above Situations Wanted —Male 43 GARDENER, c Employment Agencies 45 « supply competent employee for all kind* of permanent, tem ­ porary or special work. r U*ed Car Department ’ 72 Royal Sedan TO Sedan odg* Sedan •hlppet Coach : 1827 Buick Master-Six Roadster 6 Buick Standard Six Sedan 8 Chevrolet Roadster Lawrence E. Woolf, be. 4 Westchester Avenue White Plain* 7620 Open Evening* CADILLAC 4- pas*. Coupe; . painted and overhauled In Feb oat of *300; 4 new tlree; only Apt. O. 182 Main St. Professional Services 29 COMMERCIAL Employment Ex ­ change Flrst-clur.il atenogra- phera. bookkeeper*, typist*, general office workers: also chauffeurs, rooks, houreworkers, day workers. etc. 183 Main St. T -l 674 1 — i Miscellan eous For Sale 47 NAT y ONAL CASH REGISTER: never uncrated, *200 machine. *175. Call after 5 p. m, 16 North Broadway. Bailey — 8 SILVERWARE. di»h77;\~sct ency- clopaedla, with unabridged dlctlon- evcrythlng virtually new. 204 Post Kona. — 8 EXCELLENT TOP SOIL r«mon- ahle. Dumping and express trucks or hire. Phone 8740. — U Clumbus Avenue, Valhalla, N. Y. Flower Poll, $6 lo $10 Bird Baths, $10 to $25 Benches, $14 to $18 George Vorwerk Fountains and Sun Dials S GET WELL, so can you. f C. Merrill * Health Service of- , 335 Westchester Ave, Port ' Phone i:i2. Graduate Unl- , Chlropractlo College, 1911. „ fam proindi 56 Help Wanted — Female 38 i have mif barrel* at Bnidwi O *3.75 a barrel — for GIRLS Telephone Operator* Apply Immediately To Employment Supervisor 6 Spring Street WHITE PLAIN S 18 F 4-1. Poughkeepsie, .*. 8 Wanted to Bny 67 GOOD USED RADIO wanted at once. Cash for bargain. Must be complete. Write Box A-14. Dolly ______ _________ — 11 Musical Jnrtrnment* 60 £? eat ■»»■ fcphssnssja Condition. Te#®S38-W. — 9 Famished Rooms 73 NICELY furnished room for 1 or 2 gentlemen rconvcnlent location. R. Heinrich. 4 05 Main SL Tel 7213. 6 LARGE. SUNNY ROOM, single or double: with or without board. •1 89 Grand.St, or Tel. 8963-W. * VALUE CLOTHES sribps GRABBERS. b citric* t available. 1 • NEATLY furn.9hed room, 331 Main SL. second nouse ■ from Broadway. »-6 TWO FURNISHED ROOMS, prl- vale bath, for light housekeeping; excellent neighborhood ; business White Plains couple preferred. TeL 2264-W. __________________________ — a , BACHELOR'S APARTMENTS. and 6-room apartments. Phone 1250 or after 5 phone ^147. p Wanted — Male tresr warned; must t if age. Apply Dally P leader tnrk also. Apply >. m. or 8-10 a. m. Peak ' --- 226 Main SL -5 s Wa nted — Female 42 >.eook wanu part i. TeL 336-W. TWO FURNISHED ROOMS, prl- vat* bath, for light housekeep- - lux: excellent neighborhood: busl- as couple preferred. TeL 2264-W. — 11 Apartments, Unfurnished 80 THREE and 4-room apartment, low repL 25 MKchel Place. See flupL — 10 FIVE ROOMS and aun parlor and Improvement*, he*' and hot water; Janitor service* and garage. Apply at 408 Main 8L - AGED man, married. pea lU or os “ - 43 years' 4B7 T*L Superintendent *607-5153 Apartment*, Unfnrnuhed 80 VAN WART ARMS — 3-room choice apartments; garage; radio plugs; cedar closets; Kslrlnators. Van Wart Ave, corner of Steven* SL Agent on premise*. Call 8upt, 745-W. —26 APARTMENT SPECIALIST — Now managing the following build ­ ing!; 31 Eaatview Avenue 39 Oakwood Avenue 10 Chester Avenue 196 Martins Avenua 18 Kenaico Avenue \ 19 Hell Avenu* 46 Cleveland Avenue Also Buildings In Port Chester. I . Vernon and LarchmonL James A. Bro\ n. 76 Mamaroneck Avenue. Telephones 7738 — 2811. Houses for Rent 83 THREE 8-ROOM houses and gar ­ ages In good rooming section for rent; reasonable rental. Klein*. 253 Mamaroneck Ave. CALL 3590 I D5CRN STUCCO HOUSE. rooms, storeroom, bath and built- in garage, between Longview and Oreenbrtdg* Ave. Reasonable al Phone owner, U. M. Austin. Tel. 218 o 716. SEMI-DETACHED 6 room* bath; 563.00 with garage privilege on name plot for S7.0Q extra. Corner Us«e» Ave. Owner occupies part of dwelling. Entrances on different street*.- References exchanged Phone U. M. Austin. TeL 218 or T18. _________ • — 8 __ Houses For Rent or Sale 84 FOR SALE OR RENT Eight-room house and bath — Steam heat, open porch, large open attic with stairway; well water with electric pump: one-car gar- a e; plot 100 x 150 Price *14.000. Easy terms. Rent S100 per month. Fine plage for a large garden, han ­ dy to school nd bus line, to White Plain*. Jiiat off Mamaroneck Ave ­ nue, on l o-edal Avenue. Harry G Havery. 96 Main SL. White n-ln». Phone 34W, Farms and Laird for Sale 90, ACREAGE Near Pawling. N. Y. — We offer two adjoining properties of approxi ­ mately *00 acres each; heavily trout brook*; can be easily dan for large lakes; *60 per aeye. Rela Realty. Marti ex Bldg. White Plains 6077 or Scarsdale 16 22. ACREAGE IS SCARCE . to buy 20 acres or less here for under *2,000 an acre. 1 lor *10.000. High, beautifully wooded, overlooking Reservoir. Buy R and for- r a few years. Aak LOUIS GEN UNO Tie Knows\ Kfal Eatat* 6 Depot Plaza 2394 or evenings 5953. _____________ ____ 24 Kenaico Houses For Sale 91 Eight-roo Colonial house, 1 ath: good nelg orhood; near ew high school. Lot 50 x 125 *2,000 Cash BEGUR A HILL Inc. 10-11 Depot Plaza Ridg — Tel. 7206 sell o: eetry I car garage, butler's pantry, la foyer halL large plot: most fuhi sc-tion Your own/ ter J. M. SMITH ■ Telephone Fltzroy 1360 w ’W. P. 4676 or 4292- J WESTCHESTER COUNTY PARK COMMISSION mril.Dlhti HALE BIDS TO BE OPENED WED ­ NESDAY, APRIL loth. 1929. L 2 Vi story frame dwelling-coc- tlnlng 5 rooms, bath; also 1-car garage, situated on the south side tof Sherman Avenue, City of Mount on. known a* Parcel 18, Sheet 7, Cross County Parkway. 2. 2-atory frame dwelling con ­ taining 6 rooms, bath, situated on the south aide of Sherman Avenue, City of Mount Vernon, known as Parcel 4. Sheet 7. Cro*» County 2'x atory alucco dwelling con ­ taining 9 room*. 3 baths, all Im ­ provements. Including steam heat. 1-car garage attached, situated on the southwest corner of Sherman ue and Hawthorne Terrace. City of Mount Vernon, knowt Parre , Sheet C onditions : ah bid. mu»t be .ad* upon forma provided- by the Commission and subject to rules end regulations therein and herein forth and win be received at the office of the Commission on or be ­ fore Wednesday, April 10th, 1929. at 11 a. m, at which time bids receiv ­ ed will ba publicly opened. wm» should be accompanied by cash de ­ certified check and made payable to the order of the West ­ chester County py* ■ In a cum equal to 25 . the total amount of the furnished upon £ SPSS ’ S he bid. but to be released ai mediately. The serves the right to reject*any oi bids. WESTCHESTER COUNTY PARK COMMISSION. By JAY DOWNER. ^ * - Chief Engineer. Dated at BronxvIUe, N. T, April •th. 1929.. Apr <*lt Home* for Sale 91 A BUY Modern 6-room house. Phone Elms- ford 1761-J. — 7 MODERN stucco house. 8 rooms. 3 baths, garage; steam heat; desir ­ able location. 10 Whitney SL TeL 3197-W. 6 ROOMS — 114400.00 New English type home string of 4 beautiful ul tree* on plot One locality. i; combined pantry, breakfast lobby room; hardw bedrooms: riled bat heat; attached garag Builder. Fred Olsen, 99 Harding Ave. W. P. 217. — 9 §£w\ ROCHELLE. Mayflower Ave. block west of Webster Ave, well constructed brick and stucco English and Colo ­ nial home. Price from Ea*y payments. Sheldon Co, Builder*, premises. Phone New Rochelle 5560 or 3084, *68 LOTS'. Near three lakes. Boat ­ ing, bathing, fishing. *2 down; *1 monthly. J M. Smith. 233 Broad ­ way. News York City. — 11 LOi OWNERS We built. WITHOUT Cash. W* Wanted — Real Eitate 95 WANTED by gentleman, Protee- tant, room In privato family for himself and boy. elev*ni with board for boy: with or without board for Reference If required. State terms: Apply Box A-25. — 9 like rent. No proposition too small or t-q large. . TEL 3590 28 Wanted to Borrow 98 WANTED LISTING. - ) Lots. Acreage, Homes, Apts. ANTHONY R. L1FR1ERI 218 MAIN ST — U PRIVATE party wants money for first mortgage loan. Business property Principal only. Box A-13, Dally Press. — 10 BUSINESS RECORDS OF WESTCHESTER COUNTY OUTSTANDING bargain: 2-fomlly. (2 batho); pracUtafty new; steam heat: Inbuilt garage. Only 410.500. Cach *1400. Close In. « ------- 192 Main St, across TeL 2347. WHITE PLAINS $13,500 This new stucco home near sta ­ tion. school, has been sharply re ­ duced for quick aale; centre hall, living room, sun porch; also open porch, dining room, sun room, kitchen, 2 bedroom* and men bath; garage; steam beat; an un ­ usual opportunity. SEGUR A HILL Inc. 10-11 Depot Plaza Bldg.-TeL 7206 — N —27 BAROALN J r- stripping; ments TeL New Rochelle ( oom house,' 3 ] as; oil burner; » all mtklern lm; i “ s i? lu-iot. -wttrum\ Hoffman. lm-*t,rah*m Franklin us?.?! dBSlia- OimSSf tittr V-if 8 “ SSSSTbSS*: *. k «.J5S.35- EXCLUSIVE, secluded, private, but close in. Three-family house, tractive bungalow, flvo rooms bath;, steam heat and improve ­ ments: plot 118 X 200 (8 lots); age; orchard; grapes; all yours; *19.000. Cash needed *5.000. C. Tobeyanaen. 192 Main tKrosa from Keith's). Phone 2347. 8 85 WEST INtst Road. 6 rooms, bath, steam heat, sun porch. Janitor serv ­ ice; *75. Accessible to school and elation; references. Whit* Plains 6077 or Scarsdale 1622 after bourn. STUCCO, six roon aunrooni. steam heat: two en ­ closed pprehrs. and garage, *16,500. Clapboa ■ . seven rooms, steam heat; sleeping porch; garage. Can- hart s act Ion. *18.500. Stucco and half-timber, six rooms, hot water heat, *1$.000. Good furnished and unfurnished houses, *100 and up. --26 REALTOR Depot Plaza. TeL 3796-3022 TWO I-OTH — Situated across from . Fair Vl-w'Hose Company In the Fair Grounds TeL Tarrytown 279-J. — J LOTS! LOTS! LOTS! — Spsculw- s values; very easy terras ibeyansen, 1*2 Main SL (Kross Keiths). Phone 2347 — 8 .Jggg Supplemental Citation The People of the State of New York, bjv the grace of God free and Independent. ~ \* Seekers 'Realty Com ­ pany. Send Greeting |t Upon the petition of Harry E. Colwell residing in the City of New Rochelle, County of Westchester, State of New York of ym lied t. e befor Westchester at the Surrogi City of White Plains on the 10th day of May. 1929. al 10 o'clock In the forenoon of that day, why a Judicial settlement should be had of the accounts of Harry E. Colwell, the above named petitioner as administrator of all chattels ami credits of Nella rn as Ellen Shea, de- t th* time of her death resided in the City of White Plains. County of Westchester and State of New York. ... In Testimony Whereof, the seal if-the Surrogate's Court of our said f Westchester has been affixed. Honorable George A. Surrogate of our said at the City of White hi* 6th day of April, in the air Lord sine thousand nine hundred and twenty-nine, (L S.) WILLIAM O. CLARK, Clerk of the Surrogate's Court. CHARLES C. FENNO, ■Attorney for Administrator, Office A P. O. Address, No. 203 Main Street, White Plains.' N. Y Apr. 8-15-22-29-4^ T HE most important feature of the mod ­ ern newspaper is ser­ vice to ita readers. EQUITABLE MORTGAGE AND TITLE GUARANTEE COMPANY. Plaintiff JAMES A. MORRISSEY. In pursuance of n Judgment of forceloVure and sale duly made and entered In the above entitled action | and. bearing date the 6ih day of April. 1929. I. the undersigned ref eree in said Judgment named, will sell at public auction In the Ro- ' tunda of (he County Court House . In the C.ly of White Plain*. New York, on the 1st dny of May. 1029, at-9,30 o clock In the forenoon of said day. t daylight aavl the premises described Judgment to be sold and therein de scribed as follow* ALL that plot of land togethci with the buildings and Improve ments thereon to be erected. It the Town of Scarsdale, Count) of Westchester and State or New York, designated os y*ortion ol Lot D. Block 3 on a Artaln ma) entitled \Revised Map 'of Heath Ridge. In the Village and Town of Scarsdale. Westchester County. New York.\ by William A. Smith. C. E, dated May 25, 1028 and filed in Uie office of the Register of Westchentcr County oti June 18. 1926 os Map No. 3007. bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the :erlv aide of Heathcote Road •re the same Is Intersected by division line between Lot* C D In Block 3 as shown on I map; running thence along northerly line of Lot C Block orth 89 degree. 49 minutes 10 mds cost 136.43 fret to the terly line of Lot K. Block 3 an ice partly along the westerly of Lot K Block 3 north 7 51. minutes. 33 seconds 'eet to a point; run- through Lot D Block a Brlex^A Supply O*. V, named IM ---- ---- -- ---- 14.330.00 pt - p t'SSrs-sSS ■•isryjf', !m rSw£ i ft. Hancock Hennery. 325 B-.y! — X Abrahams a ■gjgSStfEfrS Laaeis. HmsUa a. «t el — Mice! Holsinr \•W'srSrSTi Today ’ s Cross Word Puzzle mm ' HOW TO SOLVE THE CROSS WORD PUZZLE Every number In the form repre- •nta the beginning of a word, reading either horizontally hr ver ­ tically. If there Is a black square the left of the humber, the word horizontal: If above It. (he word of course. , begin both a horizontal rertlcal. The definitions for rcct words to fill the form below, with numbers cor- > those on the form, the definitions until that you recognize, i Its proper place on fetter for each white This will furnish several lea to the words linking with it at right angles. Continue i manner till the form is itely filled. If you have the puzzle correctly It should read both horizontally and verti ­ cally with words corresponding to the definition*. Horizontal — If! Harbor 14. Concealed 15. Greek letter 1. Pastry 2. Part of a play 3. Part of a book 4. Scissors 5. A wrist bon* 6. To state 7. Range of Knowledge. 8. Half an cm 0. Article 10. To gain 2L Unsuitable 22. Pertaining to the sun \• Peculiarity Tndtvisable so.. Luke warm 27. Roman official 29. Ceremony 3L Address of respect 33. Protective covering Electrified particle !•<«. Expedites (poetic) 42. Negative Part of circumference Law making body Conjunction Mistrusted What was Lamb's pen-nanr Falsehood Western American Indian Head of a family ... A quivering *- Scotch for John Upon Brick layer Entrance Gold-llke To be In debt To mistake , Italian poet Cutting tool Textile fabrio — Carries out order (This puzzle took 23 minutes to solve. See how long It win take you to solve II) - A Spilf at the Bend •Ids of Heathcote Road; thence along the name south 2 degrees 53 minutes. 40 second east 6006 feet to the point or place of beginning TOGETHER with all the right, title and Interest. If any. of the portion of Heathcote Road lying Immediately in front of and ad ­ jacent to the above described premises, t- the center line there- The Zoning Ordinance of the of Scarsdale affecting said premises; anil ■ey would show. R- A. McClelland. R*erce. CLARK. CLOSE.A DAVIS, rneya for Plaintiff. Building, te Plains, N Y HON. HAMILTON WARD*, irney General, Attorney for deft*. People of the of New York. _ Albany. New York. GEORGE LAMBERT. Esquire. Attorney for defL Quaker Ridge Associates, Inc. 29 Fifth Avenue. , Pelham. New York. EL SC7IAIN. Esquire,. iey for defL 'Anthony Victor. 24 Lawton StreeL New Rochelle. New York. HOLDEN A CAVANAUGH. Esquires, Attorneys for defL Mount Vernon Builders Supply Co, Mount. Vernon. New York. .SAMUEL BCHOPICK. Esquire. Attorney for - dffts. . Edward Couradsqn, et aL \ 5 Court Street, White Plains. New Yerk. Apr. *-12 A5d 9-22-26-18. C. Pallanza falls while taking the hairpin bend during the Strain v ham Cup race at the Crystal Palace in one of the motorcycle .-a- being conducted there. FOR RENT HIGHLANDS 7 rooms,.- 2 baths, beautiful _ plot — 50x150, 2-car garage. Convenient to Main Street and school. $150 per month. MEUER & AUERBACH, INC. DEPOT PLAZA ‘ WHITE PLAIN^5863

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