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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, April 09, 1929, Image 9

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present nt the mwllnj, and tears 1 their optnion before final step* t3\ ward the amalgamation are taken, ' The deolalon of the committee U 1* The trial of the action waa hast ­ ened because of evidence presented to the court that Mr»- Dorfman U nn expectant mother and may be confined the latter part of this wfcvk. Thl» factor waa added to the Indictment, aggregating the serious ­ ness of the complaint and having a bearing on the sentence which will be passed upon Dorfman Thursday afternoon. He was re ­ manded to Jail after the Jury 1 * nr- The couple were married August it. 1928 In New York City and Dorfman abandoned hla wife Bine days later. The defense first attempted to prove there was no Westchester jurisdiction, and that such Indict ­ ment should have been made In the Bronx. Falling In this, the effort was made to prove that Dorfman was not responsible for the condi ­ tion of his wife. Both efforts failed with the Jury. DELAYS DECISION Alexander McCloud, Golf Pro,. Seeking Examination in $200,000 Sait Supreme Court Justice William F. Bleakley today reserved decision on the motion of A. W. Bailey, at*! tomey for Alexander McCloud, golf;' professional, formerly connected, with a North Weetchester Golf and ; Country Club, for an examination' before trial. In his *300.000 suit fo t services brought against the, Whlpoorwill Corporation. 4 ' Former Supremo Court Justice; Humphrey J. Lynch appeared for the corporation. Both attorneys Bled briefs. 9200 THE DA11.Y PRESS. WHITE PLAINS. N. Y.. TUESDAY. APRIL 9.1929. Texas Guinan Sniffs When “ Poor Greeks ” Enter Plea ^ Of Guilty of Nuisance TO CONFER 'ON WINSLOW fjousi le Committee Meets Fri ­ day to Decide if Charge Will Be Dropped Washington. April 9 (UP). — A special meeting of the house Ju ­ diciary sub-commlttce, investigating lipp«achment charges against form ­ er Federal Judge Francis A. Wins ­ low. once Westchester County Dis ­ trict ^Attorney, has been called for Frida}- to determine whether the matter should be dropped. Chairman Dyer. Republican. Mis­ souri, called the conference today and said he would advise his col ­ leagues on how ths matter now stands, since Winslow has resigned from the bench. The sub-commlttce. It Is under ­ stood, will report Its decision to the full Judiciary committee and ask It to advise the - house during the special session of Its action and to request the house for concurrence. Members of the committee point ­ ed out that In the Impeachment proceedings against former Judge English of East St. Louis, IlL, the case was dropped even after the matter had been dlsposd of by the senate, because English resigned. In tho event the full committee or the house directed tho sub-com ­ mittee to continue Its Investigation and Winslow formally was Im ­ peached the only punishment that would be meted out would be to bar the man from ever again holding public office. Representative La Guardis, Re ­ publican, New York, who preferred the Impeachment charges against Winslow, alleging the Jurist operat ­ ed a bankruptcy ring and used the office Illegally. Is expected consulted by the committee before the final decision la reached. FIRE IN AUTO Body of Essex Coach Damaged; Small Grass Blare The Fire Patrol was colled out at ism. today to etxlngutsh a blaze In an Easex coach. 1925 model. In 1 of 153 South Lexington avenue. There was considerable damage to the body and lop. The cause of the fire 1s unknown. The auto Is owned by Thomas Mc- Cafferty of the same address. The patrol answered an alarm at 1:55 p. m. yesterday to a small grass Bra on Old Mamaroneck road near Myers avenue. There was no New York Night Club Operator Prepares for Trial Before Jury in Federal Court. New York. April 9. — Texas Guin ­ an. famous Broadway night club hostess appeared In Federal Court today prepared to go to trial on the rederai government's charge of con ­ ducting a public nuisance. Although ten others were arrest- 1 with Tex In the Salon Royale by Mabel Walker Wlllebrandt'a raiders t June, Tex Is to have the Jury to herself. The ten others en ­ tered pleas of guilty today to the accompaniment of a disdainful sniff from Tex. \I feel sorry for the poor Greeks\ ■he said. \They don't know what guilty means.\ Tex looked over the dignified Judge Edwin L Thomas, of Con ­ necticut. who sentenced her brother Toojimy Guinan. to four months In Jail on a charge similar to the onr that faces her and observed: \He's a kind looking fellow, ever If he did-glvo Tommy four months.' Tex was a study In black and tan beneath her flashing array of Jewels, pearls, near pearls and dia ­ monds. She wore a tan satin dress, a black transparent velvet coat and a becoming black hat- She carried a brilliant orchhl handkerchief which she waved violently as accompaniment to her spirited con ­ versation with those near her. as she awaited the beginning of selection of.the Jurors. A wave of guilty pleas followed today the leniency shown yesterday In Federal Court. There pleas of guilty In Tex's Salon Royale case, seven In the European Club case and three In the Furnaci Club case. Sentences will bo passed at the end of Tex's trial. VIOLATORS TO GET WARRANTS City Court to Move Against Those Who Disregard Summonses Acting City Judge Frederick H. Bergen. Jr., sitting on the bench of the City Court for the next two weeks, announced In court yeitrr- da, that the police department will ! warrants on those violators of the law who fail to answer sum- \People. especially motorists, dis ­ regard them with an utter lack of respect for the court.\ said Judge Berges. \In those cases In which the name of the party wanted pears on the summons. 1 shall Is­ sue warrants In tha first Instance of failure to answer the summons. Motorists and others who are given 'John Doe' summonses will also be called In on warrant:, as soon as the court can gel their namrs\ Tho “ John Doe\ summonses are the ones most frequently disregard ­ ed and It Is often necessary for the court to Issue two or three of them before the party appears to answer the charges filed against him. It Is not uncommon for 60 per cent of those called on • ‘ Sohn Doe\ sum ­ monses to fall to appear. In Tribute to Marshal Foch NO PROGRESS New York PoGco Seek Clews in Slaying of Mrs. Line Beggin* New York. April 9 (UP). — Police here today reported \no progress\ toward solving the murder of Mrs. Lina Beggtnn. former resident at the Burke Foundation In White Mrs. Begglns was found huddled In the rear seat of a car early Sun ­ day morning, death having been caused by \manual strangulation\ according to Dr. Charles Norris, chief medical examiner here. Finger prints, found by police on the steering wheel of tho car In which she was discovered, failed to check with any In the records of the police deportment. The body was still unclaimed today at the 6 DAYS ENOUGH Angelo 'Dotge, of Greenburgh, Serves Small Part of 60-Day Sentence for Intoxication Angelo Doage. of Greenburgh, left the County penitentiary' yes ­ terday after serving six days of a sixty-day sentence Imposed upon him by Judge William Seely of the Greenburgh Police Court for drunk and disorderly conduct. Doage. through hts attorney. Dn- vld Ashworth, of Tarrytown, ap ­ pealed from the sentence Imposed upon him by the police fourt Jus ­ tice. and County Judge Frederick P. Close, yesterday ruled that the sen ­ tence be modified. In a notation to — the County Judge. Justice Seely explains the reason for his sentencing of the man as due to the fact that Doage admitted tho charge yot Intoxica ­ tion when nrreated^hiit on arraign ­ ment denied It. At the time of his appearance 'wtors the police Jus ­ tice. Doage s mother-in-law and his fiancee were In the court, and the police Justice concluded that \Do ­ age was ashamed to admit hts utlt.\ Justice Seely acqulsced that the six days spent in Jail wero ample punishment for the offend- . er, and Judge Close lifted the sen- i s fcrsyra^s-^as DEMOCRATS MANY DRIVERS GUARDIANSHIP WILL MEET, ATTEND COURT' FOR SON ASKED Hartsdale Club to Plan Re ­ ception For Chairman Foley — Community Problems The Hartsdale Democratic Club) is scheduled to hold an off-season j meeting next Friday -night at the ! home of Mrs. Mary McGooey. secretary, whose residence In Hartsdal* Fells. The business of the meeting will be to arrange a re ­ ception to be given In Hartsdale for. pie new Democratic County Committee Chairman, Harry T. Foley of Yonkers. Other buslnsss affecting com ­ munity problems will come before the meeting but the exact nature of this Is being withheld before the date of the meeting. DISORDERLY CONDUCT New York. April 9 — tUPl- Paul Paulsen, of this city, commercial ar ­ tist. was convicted In West Side Court here yesterday of disorderly I conduct, after he admitted he had I \picked up\ two Larchmont high | school girls in the Bronx on Sun ­ day. He was sentenced to serve ! four months In the workhouse. i The girls gave their names to the j police as Arlta Jensen. 13, and Har- I rlet Marshall, It. of 74 Boston Post 1 Road. Larchmont. Traffic Violations Continue Heavy — Berges Im ­ poses Fines Acting City Judge Frederick 11 Berges. Jr. collected *77 In tines on lay on the City Court j' enlay. With the excep- ' n who forfeited *10 hall j ; each on charges of Intoxication, t [ lines were Imposed for traffic vio- I Edward Harbollck of Buchanan. N. Y . paid a line of *15 upon | pleading guilty to a charge of i Careton Greiner. 57 North Broad-1 way. and Alvin Smith of Hnrtadal* I paid fines of J5 each for the same , •charge. Duncan McClelland of 37 Wlnawe ' a red light. Edward Nye of New York paid *2 for leaving his cor parked without lights. Ten others, summoned on “ John | Doe\ summonses, paid fines of *2 each for violations of the city park ­ ing ordinances. Harry Bradley of 33 West 6.-, street am! George Mqrrlson. 19 West 63th street, fulled to appear t< unswer charges of public Intoxlca (ton. Ball of *10 each was declare! Action of Yonkers Parent In ­ dicate* .Negligence Suit For Alleged Motor Injuries. A coming negligence action In ­ volving u Yonkers family was indi ­ cated hrie today- In th.- appolnt- it by County Court Judge Fred- k P Close of Waclaw l-acho- APPOINTMENT OF GUARDIAN IS SOUGHT HERE Application Foreshadow* an Action For Marriage An ­ nulment — Yonkers Wom ­ an Claim* Under Age The foreshadowing of an annul ­ ment action was shown here today In the appointment by Supreme Court Justice William F. Bleakley of Betty Umstfln of Yonkers as the guardian ad litem of youthful Joan Boiko, Highland Place. Yonkers. The guardianship Is sought. It Is Bifid. In order to bring an action for annulment of the marriage of Mrs. Boiko, who Is only twenty end therefore must have a guardian *4 litem, from William Boiko. Although the basts of the contem ­ plated annulment action Is not shown In the papers. It Is said to be because of the age of the young wife st the time of the mloviage ceremony. DORFMAN HELD FOR DESERTION Grand Jury Indicia Bronx Man on Charge* Brought by His Wife A Jury In County Court required leas than an hour here yesterday afternoon In which to bring back a verdict of \guilty as charged\ against Louis Dorfman. of the Bronx. Indicted for abandonment of hie wife. Mrs. Sally Joseph Dorf ­ man. 183 Hillside as ' m.*r~Mount Vernon, who appeared against as tha principal complaining Joseph, According to the papers In the guardianship |u-ilt|on. the Yonkers boy was sitting on the sidewalk on llulfonl itrrTt. Yonkers/near Vine-1 yard avenue, on March 39. 1929 when he was struck by an automo ­ bile belonging to Guesepp! Pnrad- luo. ill 14 Mulford street. Yonkers, it neighbor . The amount which will hr asked vealed In the guardlunshlp petition. - t — FOCll'.H SO YIN-1 .AW DIES Paris. April 9. — (UP) — Colonel Alex Fournier, son-ln-taw of the late Marshal Ferdinand Foch. died j today as he was being brought from a sanitarium near Clermont- Ferrand by More. Foch and Mme. RADIO DEAL NEAR MERGE WITH JU ME Subject to Approval pf Ex­ ecutive Committee; Com ­ bine offen Many Advantage* Approval of the amalgamation with j the Radio Retailers of New Tort] City subject tbuha approval of ■ executive committee after an ii vestl gallon, waa voiced by thej W set charter Radio Dealers , meeting last night In Weir* 1 store. Four delegatee from York City organization i mt at the mectln In delineating the-v tagee that woutrT - accrue ! Westeheeter association, Irving 1 Cohen, secretary of th* New Tor body, described I whereby a lower interest rate _jj charged to the dealer, and n lection department, which < from delinquents; the legal d meat; the advisory board, whldj originates radio legislation for pr» enlatlon * th* legislature: and thg] various types of insurance the NeWJ York City organization carries fat ie benefit of Its members. J There are 160 members of the] city association, while th# W« Chester Radio Dealers have 25. The executive committee appoln y Bedrt* Jack 5th ANNIVERSARY USED /CAR SALE 28 Sold in Four Days | FIVE MORE DAYS TO RUN | 28 Sold in Four Days BUY NOW! BRING MONEY WITH YOU. IF NOT YOU MAY LOSE THE CAR YOU WANT. YOUR OLD CAR AS PART - PAYMENT TWELVE MONTHS TO PAY Agam we are able to offer the above. Very seldom do the finance com ­ panies allow more than eight months on Used Cars. The cars have to be in the best of condition and carry the dealer ’ s endorsement. See this allotment. The last bunch of twelve month cars lasted less than twenty-four hours. 1926 NASH COUPE Hero is a bargain not often offered. Wc know this caThas had the h* :t of care. One of the outstanding cars of this sale. J£c ‘ , - $595 Buick Sport Roadster Haro la a wonderful valus Is ■ lats model Mastsr Six Sport Roldsterr fully equipped, only slightly used. Russ asd looks ilka saw. Ths upholstary, palst, first aad sagias are la perfect condition. $775 NASH SEDAN. 1926 Wt have cut all priest on our stock of used can to movt them out quickly. Hsrq Is a Ills model standard four-passenger Nut aadan which rant and looks Ilka nsw. Tha upholstery, paint, liras nnd engine are is (las condition ittoV - $250 BU1CK SEDAN D ll.n Is a wonderful mnn*; ..,.r w. will 1 holrf-rtas nf**' ma\n 1 SALE O C ■ PRICE THE BEST IN USED CARS CHRYSLER 1928 72 SEDAN .......................... S1100 CHRYSLER 1928 72 ROADSTER - - - 1050 CHRYSLER 1928 72 SPORT SEDAN - - 1175 CHRYSLER 1927.70 SEDAN ...................... 825 CHRYSLER 1927 70 ROADSTER - - - 795 CHRYSLER 1926 70 ROADSTER ... 585 CHRYSLER 1926 70 CROWN SEDAN - - 625 CHRYSLER 1926 58 COACH - ■ - - • 310 CHRYSLER 1927 60. COACH ...................... 475 CHRYSLER 1927 60 SEDAN ...................... 475 LA SALLE 1928 TOWN SEDAN - - - - 1675 MARMON 1928 CABRIOLET ...................... 875 HUDSON 1928 BROUGHAM ...................... 850 1928 Chrysler 72 Sedan A pracllcally new ear at utsd car pries. Rus only a few thousand milts. Many thousand miles of unused transportation. A real bargain. SJJ, $1050 Overland “6 ” Sedan Css you Imaglie, a lata *odel tlx ssdaa! Original palst. Is perfect running order. It's Just llks nsw lx every respect. Corns early If you want this wonderful bargain. PRICE $2.10 NASH 2-DOOR SEDAN Here is a wonderful bargain. Paint like new, tires new, upholstery excellent, motor in fine condition. Don't mist this one. PRICE \ $495 MAXWELL SEDAN Evory usad car wt own mutt be clotsd out within ths next 10 dnyt, and we hnvs cut all priest to move them out quickly. Hire It ■ late model Maxwell five-passenger sedan, only slightly utsd. $225 CHRYSLER “ 70” .COACH httdSj ” m a 1 * lilc'e $515 Chrysler Roadster ‘ 70 ’ 1926 When Turnure recommends a car to a friend they always BUY. Here ’ s one he personally recommends to you. COME — SEE — BUY. Rock- bottom values now at hand. EE* $585 CHRYSLER SEDAN “ 70 ” Zi it: KSK-: sew ear.- That's hew «wo4 this nr. hernia U. A lata mod-1 with sphobterUi aad body Saloh Sr\ \S' *ui hM,r “ \ 7 f W, thu rf BanoAK^ r * 1 \ No Matter What Type of Car You Are Looking For — This Sale Will Appeal to Every Buyer. Bear in mind, we handle all makes of Used Cars. Every car is as represented. Wc have always enj'oyed the reputation of dealing square with our customers, nnd nt this sale the saving policy that has made the firm nn outstanding figur- in the automobile world will be carried out to the letter. Come — see with your own eye# daring low prices on this stock of high-grade 'car*. JEWETT SEDAN You will havs to get her* early to gel In on this big valus lats model flvs-passenger sedan, fully equipped. Tho uphnlslorlng, paint, tires Sa $175 1928 Buick Coupe 1928 Hero la another excellent valus yoo don't find every day. This ear haa had ths vtry boot of car* and only slightly used. Tho apholstarlag. pilot, tires asd motor are Is wonderful con­ dition. PRICE $800 HARVEY A* TURNURE, INC. > New Rochelle, N. Y. 320 MAIN STREET TEL NEW ROCHELLE 7406-7401 '*• < ✓ ’ 1 . -

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