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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, April 15, 1929, Image 2

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Antonio Di Scala Surround* Auburn and Stilt* Cars With Artistic Luxury — Rare Antiques A miniature Parisian salon, which might have been'created on the Chomps Elyaccs or the Hue de la Palx but which Is actually the work of a well known Scarsdale ar ­ tist. has Just b;:.- ret down In the heart of White Plains ’ new business district. The arresting display Is to be found In the showroom of the Au ­ burn Clarion Compkny. successors to' Frank L. Apgar. Auburn and Stulz distributor. Antonio DI Scala. the head of the new firm, is the arUst who created It. The new salon la done In Floren ­ tine style, the furniture all being Imported from Italy. In the center of the room la a large Persian Sarakhs rug on which stands an Inlaid mahogany table of the Ital ­ ian Empire period. Three massive chairs, upholstered In red plush and M.eie.u it,' JlaJpo — -Carlo^Pctrllio (kj^tec •on. Robert g — Zsnobis Tbonyswo Gtorst C * Tlljrea RUT Co — Wohset the families of the original owners ore grouped about the table. Mr. DI Scale told a reporter for The i Dally Press that these pieces wero over 300 years old and valuabjo as As one enters the main doors, he sees on either side a tall FlorenUne flower stand done In gold and bronze. In the mezzanine floor In the rear are a set of candlebra to match. The side walla have also been made r part of the picture by hanging square tapestries done In red and gold against the light tan background. The eye Is attracted by the gleaming star-shaped mirror which hangs In the center of either tapestry. Thes# were cut especially for Mr. Di Scala from his own de- Dailv Pros* Reade Ask u For c-W*. « •*aw!*A. MahlsUC; U- a Coal Co — stats. Card Do, Jaxoas tS-lS-JS) — Empiejsrs Ua- bmtr A*aur. Corp Wd — ast.sfT FumUl. Stanley IJ-53-2S) — r.dtlllr A . .. —r .. -|.li m k !B«* a W'sstcbastsr Ld Co (t-SO-Zt) — Joeo V OT.na « al —SMO.oc. Kin** A Wtatcbour Ld Co _(l-lS-») — Kin** 0 A °wii-!3iMl«T £ S Co 7 't»-30-*t) — h.Slitra. HBUIt-IS-IT) — Jobs a O ’ Coo- Ths color motif throughout is dull red and gold and an Impression of luxury and refinement entirely removed from the usual automobile showroom Is created. The details of the picture are completed by sev ­ eral interesting objects of art. In ­ cluding a huge Inkstand of Carrara marble surmounted by a bronze eagle, a delicate Neopolltan vase on a wrought Iron base and filled with a variety of flowers from Mr. Di Scuta's gardens at Scarsdale. A Anal touch Is a curious wrought Iron ash stand and a small tub of stunted cactus from the Grand Canyon. Several Tall slender tropi ­ cal plants from South Africa com ­ plete the background against which the cars are brought out In harmonious contrast. The new Arm will be composed of Mr. DI Scala and Antonin Bcllan- tonl, who has been In the automo ­ bile business for a number of years. Mr. Bcllantonl will be Mr. DI Scale's advisor and counsel. the samr management, have many Important and dlf- problems here in White i. at least they seem Impor- o us and they mutt be dtffl- ldglng from the time it takes ve them, and It seems to me here Is one problem In par- r which Is Important and dlf- enough to merit your edi- j attention and comments of way. Main street and West- 1 9200 thp mtur raws, xtute plains , n . y „ M onday . A pril is , vm 9200 JAMES J. FOLEY i ENGINEER SAYS ESTATE GOES '40-F00T ROAD TOFAMILf NOT TALKED Scarsdale Official Declares Recent Survey Merely Coveted tli* Kiplrt nf.May A denial that lie I* aware of any (Continued Ftotn Page One) I realty and petoonal property, but It 1* said to be far in excess of the, J20.000 listed. | The interest of Mr. Foley In the | James 4. Foley Company, coni ileal-1 era. In' Green, place, this city, is U-j qurathed to a sun, James Foley. Jr, upon hi* payment yi r “ - “ u his sister. Mrs. Helen M. Gavin, andi hint of a change from the recent hii brother. Hubert Foley, the two agreement with County aulhoritlea Other childr* n. f to make the projected repaving of The decedent > Interest in u Ih( , p OII1 roJu j thirty feet In width. U4.000 mortgage i.- willed to the; WM lsiluM j todsv by Village Engl- laughter and a similar interest >n, n eer Arthur ~ .................. urJWOO mortgage willed to the eon. i wlM> Bs , rrtrl 'Hubert, for Whose collegiate educs- j “ settle.! tion provision is al*o made tn_ the I Plan* emanating from i hr County . will. ' Englm ..................... “ ■ The residur of the rotate is to be > have t ..given the widow. Mi> — Maigatet A. width I Foley, during her lifetime ami at i ressfully opposed by Ejection Night in Rome SNAPPED AT ROME — An unusual 'view of the tremendous crowd of Mussgllnl adherents on election it in the Pizza of the Columns here. The crowds are listening to Turatl. Secretary General of the Faa- i. praise ’ ! Duce. The 'Vlection\ was overwhelming — M out of every 100 voting In favor of Fascism. WOMAN STABBED In Hospital with 22 Wounds— Al ­ leged Assai'ant Held— Both of New Rochelle Margaret Ellrodt. former . of G17 South Eight Ave- ___ Is city, will he held from her late home tonight at h o'clock. The Rev Hzcholzc, former pas- . tor of the Asbury M/E. Church and the Rev. Kenneth Kingston, pres ­ ent pastor of the same congrega ­ tion. Will officiate at the services. Interment will be private. Mrs. Ellrodt was the mother of Louis M. Eltrodt. Republican chair ­ man here, and George Ellrodt, su ­ premo court clerk. a Arthur W. Cox ' Arthur Woolmoker Cox. a resi ­ dent of Whlta Plains for Uia past quarter century and who managed an A. A P.-store hero died yester ­ day afternoon at bti homo 8 Am ­ herst place of pneumonia. He was in his 87th year. Born In Mount Klsco. he had re ­ sided m Whits Plains for the past 25 years. He was a member of the Council of American Mechantca of Mount Klsco. Surviving him are Us wife Sa- — tab Elisabeth (Bates) Cox; one son. Arthur B. Cox; three brothers. Frank L, De Los and Georgo P. Cox and two sisters, Mrs. A. J. Mathews of Orlando, Florida and Mrs. William Fowlrgfof Katonah, N. V. Funeral arrangements are Incomplete. George Edward nutler The funeral of George Edward Butler, colored, aged 1*^ who was killed early Saturday morning by a train will be held at 1:30 Tuesdny oftenfoon from the Sevcnfh Day Advcritlsi Church herr * ‘ will be In While Plains Rural.Cetn- etery. 1 “ The victim was run down al I J Washington street crossing i'i North White Plains while on way to ^Tho Farm\ owned by John I \ Kraft, his employer He is survlv- BredUytug wire. Mary- Susan A. Monagnan Miss Susan A Monaghan, a resl- 1 dent of White Plains for the past ;j eight years, died yesterday [ t mg at SI. Agnes Hospital of pneu- _ mania. She hod been 111 a week. Miss Monaghan, who 70th year, was born In New York jCity. the daughter of Thi ------------ I Mary Monaghan and lived there Ipifcr to her residence In this city. of Mrs. J. C. it, her only ‘ PLANS CALL :ay FOR 30 MILLION IN FIVE YEARS widening. The trees. Jiowevar, remain as the Post road is lined tea of girth ^nd h the village with penchant for aesthelUc cor*ld- eratlons. Is willing to put up a bat* COMMISSrON MAY MERGE PARK PROJECTS Supervisors ’ Approval Is Re ­ ported Sought For the Consolidation of Parkway* Tarrytowj.-. ^ as Initiate /I Architectural Exposition De- luils Proposed-Civic Devel ­ opments Calling For Large Outlay A large proportion of While Plains residents will no doubt be highly Interested Iq the opening to- thltectural and Allied Arts Exposition at Grand Central Palace. New York City. In view of he exhibit will fen- plan*, prospectuses and maps' Imposed improvements In West ­ chester County over the next 10 years, when It Is estimated that r 1100.000.000 will be spent by various communities of this dls- Letters From Our Readers Editor. Tho Dally Press: I have for some time Been ax* rr of The Building and Realty News and have always admired the common sense. Independence, force- fulnres and consistency of its edi ­ torial policy and feel rure. 'that It will be of great, benefit to White Plains and to have this Influence brought to bear upon Its local prob ­ lems through the medium of The Dally Press, which Is. I understand. Relief Thirty million dollars of this to ­ tal Is due to be expended within ,ra. according to Hamilton M Wright, one of the - leaden of the exposition and when park commission and state highway projects are added to this sum. It -will bring the total considerably In excess of thti amount. While plans on display will In ­ dude those of White Plains. Port Chester. Rye. Mamaroneck. Score- dale. Bronxville, Mount Kieco. Bed ­ ford. Brlarclltt Manor and Irving ­ ton. the greatest single improve ­ ment le noted In the care of New Rochelle where it. Is estimated that civic Improvements entailing an ex ­ penditure of M.OOO.CfoO will be re ­ vealed. Plane there call for the ro- hahlllration of eeveral blocks of \unsightly railroad property\ north- ‘ ‘ * ............... erection of public buildings. Including a new city hall for a clvio center. Im ­ provements of the harbor and construction of an alternate r< for the Boston Post Road are i contemplated bavr noticed that the very first 1 prove mint recommended ^fo^ t thoroughfare system of White] Plains < pages 20 and 39) la the enlng of North Broadway, the - erly roadway from Mam attest north to Hamilton avenue and be ­ yond Jo be widened to 40 feet, thus giving two 40-foot roadways for A Marvelous BLUE CORAL , ALTO POLISH Classified Ads c both Powerful and Profitable Phone White Plain* 9 2 0 0 , of the Westchester County __ Commission are to be consolidated Into one appeared today In th« port that the Commission will approval of the Board of Super ­ visors for the consolidation. The two parkway projects are the Silver Lake Paak In Harrison White Plains and the Tl White Plains Parkway. The latter project » several year* ago but was with ­ drawn from consideration when the commissioners reported -that lantftwners were asking what considered exorbitant prlci needed right of way. Last year., however, tbe eommls- ! Sion revived the Tarrytown-While-, Plains Par k w a y idea and it Is now j report edthat a large percentage of . ______ _ tho-needed lands has been acquired „ ... . The consolidation is believed to Henry Loll in Campbell s Al have been agreed uptjn by the Park r»„t IWr.,,...- Commisslon shortly after It was -I'irney* Map LMlt UClen. C “ “ “ the Tarrytown Final Effort to Link Him White Plains Parkway to the north i of White Plains, bringing It Into 1 With Brown Murder direct Kne with the Silver Lake pro- ond seems to be well recognized. To udge from the news items in the White Plains papers, there are few Important highway projects under way or contemplated by the city the purpose of which Is not In some way. sooner or later, to take traf ­ fic off Broadway. To mention only a few, there are two projects re ­ ferred to in Tho Dally Press of April 4th — the extension of Ferris avenue to Cemetery Road which “ will relievo traffic on the streets to the east\ which can. of course, moan nothing but Broadway, and the extension of Pojt Road to West ­ chester avenue which \if carried out will relieve a serious traffic sit ­ uation which now exists at the cor ­ ner fif Main. North Broadway and Westchester- avenue, sponsors of the plan declare \ Then In The Dally Reporter of April 5>h we see a headline. \Consider 800-foot Park ­ way Viaduct\ to run from White - Plains, North, across th ’ e railroad | tracks, the Bronx River, the Park- Plans on display also provide for , WB y reservation and the Bronx Rlv- is elevation of the Harlem dlvu- ] rr parkway Itself and costing about in tracks of the New York Control J73D.OOO, and following the article railroad and the erection of a new | hack to page 15 we read \the vla- wouid serve to relieve White INSANITY WILL ■£ BE THE PLEA OF TORCH KILLET Ject. From Silver Lake there will be connection with the New Hutchin ­ son River Parkway off Westchester qvenue. the consolidation sffonllng a direct cross-county artery from Tarrytown to Port Chester and Rye, via Weetcheelcr avenue, and to the southeastern part of the county by the Hutchinson River The Supervisor* are expected to approve the consolidation as re- HOLD TWO Young Yonken Man Arrested on Serious Charge ; Other for Al ­ leged Disorderly Conduct - Nicholas Santlmsrlno, 22. of 73 Chestnut street, this city. Is held In J10.000 ball on a serious charge here, and Anthony Di Dlno, 22. of 217 Oak street, al.o of this (City. In J1.000 on a charge of dis ­ orderly conduct following the ar- nd arraignment of the pair They will cajne before Judge * -- ----- City Court Frl- — - According to the police. Santlma- rino and DI Didb \picked up\ two girls aged 15 and 18 under the pre ­ tense thaw they were going to show them whrte to obtain \better Jobs.\ A* the car eped down Mile Square road near Lockwood avenue short- ■ely before 4 o'clock Saturday one of 'the girls Is said to have leaped from the car and appealed to Pa ­ trolman John Fry. on duly there, V> halt thr car. Fry Bred two shots before Banta- larlno ditched his ear and at ­ tempted to flee on foot. He was ar ­ rested amj. with DI Dlno and the other girl taken back to police headquarter*. he Increasing \ North Broadway traffic. Its prop I enta say \ Then In The Dally Pr of April 5th, page thirteen, we r< \Detour 1 Road Work Started; [ Pour Cement on Bryant Avenue ; nnd Bloomingdalc Road - May 1st. ” I Of course, both these roads are I planned eventually to take traffic off We*lchester avenue and Broad ­ way Many others could be added o the list, and even the county la . Tanning to take trafTIc ------ j cheater avenue and Broadway with' the Cross-City Parki the trolley tracks are out of the way on Brook avenue and Main Now If and when all ]ects can be carried out the Broad- In street traffic situation doubt, be Impro- fused told h Jessed he married Mi talnrd 31.000 from her. nhot her through the head and set fire to her body. Today police will make their finsl attempt to c onne ct Campbell with the murder *oP Miss Margaret Brown, who was slain more than a lurroundtng the death of Mrs. Mo wry. Thomas Gellaps. manager of the Eureka Hole! at New ark, N. J.. will erek to ’ Identify Campbell as the \Mr. Ross\ who chcekecTout of the hotel the afternoon Ml*s _Brown was killed. Gellas says he notes a resemblance between ‘ picture* of Campbell ant} \Dr. Roea.\ appreciably and can become fully operate near future. What are w< the meantime? The condition here has been growing more serious ory year nnd It seems likely to come Impossible this Season v the addition of tho Hutchinson River Parkway trofflo co along Westchester avenue. Now possibly you may aware of It, but about n ago some of us here In White Plains suggested that room might be made for some of this traffic right at Broadway and Main street In fart some of us even went so far as to suggest that the entire road ­ way of North Broadway from Main street north to Hamlin even Lake street be cleared of ob- J resulting clearance would be about Campbell peered 100 feet wide and might almost con ­ st the mother of | stltule n square or plaza addition to relieving traffic tempo ­ rarily at this important junction mlg^jt on special occasions be use ­ ful for Important public and civic event* It was even suggested that during the winter month* when tralflc might be light, part space might on special occasions be used for parking purposes. This suggestion aroused some - Interest nnd. finally. last fall, after the coun ­ ty had widened Westchester avenue to 54 feet right up to Main street, the city of White Plains, not to be outdone, took the old horse foun ­ tain out of Westchester avenue and the tree out of Main street. This was. of course, encouraging and shows once more that oi knows what can be done tries, and encourages us to believe that It ts not necessarily Impossible to make more room for trafTIc at Broadway and Main street. If by any chance you happen to ----- — * lh# c ty p,. n you BUSINESS RECORDS OF WESTCHESTER COUNTY mean t lot 1 ia a lazy horse ” . R ealtor ^cakiimake it m its keep \ % t ' ‘ Own notfting that eat a unless it earns k. k«-p ” -W» venerable trader ’ s shre wd advice to his son. Put year vacant property to work. Yonr Realtor wfl! give yon expert advice as to the kind of work it is best fitted to do. Consult your Realtor os to the kind of bniidhxg to pot up, or the best use for your vacant property. He knows how to make it earn its keep — and pay yon a profit. WHITE PLAINS REALTY BOARD. Chapter of the WESTCHESTER COUNTY REALTY BOARD Phone While Plain* 3378 WALTER G. DEWITT Executive Vice-President have r

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