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JTCUCPHON* 9200 THE DAILY >S, WHITE PLAINS, N. Y., SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1929 SELECT OFFERINGS SCARSDALE REAL ESTATE WILL INSPECT FOXMEADOW Justice Morschauser Will Visit Property to Gain Clearer Knowledge Du« to the Inclement weather. Supreme Court Justice Joseph Mor- nchauser yesterday Indicated that he would set Tuesday of next week aa the occasion of a visit to the Fox Meadow property In Scarsdale In a personal effort to get a clearer understanding of the case that has besirDefbre the courts for the past two years, and In which the owners of the property are attempting to gain the right to change the toning laws of the Village of Scarsdale. permit erection of apartments. The Justice had originally set Tacsdny of this week but the weather prevented the visit A final SISTER GETS I ROBINESTATE No realty, but personal property of value greater than $5,000 Is given the estate of the late Joseph G. bln. 354 Martine avenue. White Uns, who died on April 7 of this In the short will, drawn on June 29, 1925, Mr. Robin left his entire estate to a sister, the sole surviv ­ ing relative. Dr. Louise G. Roblno- vitch, of the same address In White Plains, and with offices at 28 West 126th street. Now York City. Tho sister Is also named cxocu- ix of the estate. REPORTS CAB STOLEN Throm. 82 North •ted to the police r that hls Whippet > stolen from Ms- ir Mitchell place. The auto carried dealer's Ifcsnse X-10-77 New York and had the Inscription.' \Representative. Overland. Inc.. New York,\ painted In gold on each door. MONDAY IS WHITE PLAINS DAY AT HOUSE Model Home Opens Sunday, But Succeeding Day Has Been Set For Local People V TWO SMALL FIRES Two small Ores brought out the apparatus late Friday and th! morning. At 5:30 p. m. yesterday grass Dre was reported at Sterling avenue at Prescott road. The Pa ­ trol. answered tho alarm. There was no damage. A chimney Ore at 368 Fisher ave ­ nue at 10 a. m. today brought out Engine 4. Truck 2 and the Patrol. There was no damage. The blase was caused-by tho Ignition of waste paper In the chimney at a ' place. Henry Daugherty Is owner of the building and Mrs. Norma A: Cromwell la the tern MORTGAGE LOANS Prompt and efficient attention given to all applications VAN WERT & SWANSON SPECIALIZING IN- BUILDING LOANS —PERMANENT LOANS — REFINANCING PHONE, SCARSDALE. Ill napwood Building SCARSDALE, N. Y. Great Golfer May Not Be Great Instructor The business of being a profee -1 As a teacher Stewart Is a genius, lonal golfer appears to have 1 know of no man who can detect fully as radically aa any It Will Please the Most Exacting Thia splendidly built bouse, about a half mile from Scarsdale Four spacious sunny master rooms with throe delightful bathe: two large servant's rooms und bath, the living rooms, attractive and comfortable. The tea terrace commands a wonderful view across landscaped grounds, tho porch Is breexy and cool. An oil burner controls the vapor heat and hot water and there Is a roomy twocar garage. Worth $58,000 With other high class homes It Is offered by ELIZABETH NASH 24 East Parkway Telephone, Scarsdale 980 Scarsdale. N. Y. MEMBER OF THE SCARSDALE HOARD OF REALTORS IN THE HILLS BACK OF RYE NEW ENGLAND COLONIAL residence, typical. In architecture end arrangement- Center entrance hall, living room with brick fireplace, sun room, dining room, kitchen and pantry. Four large cheerful bedrooms and two tiled baths with shower, and two dressing alcoves. Two maids' room# and bath. Attached two-car garage. Electric Dishwasher. Concealed radiation on first floor Corner plot landscaped and shrubbed. PRICE $38,000 Apply FRANCIS D. KENNY 4 Popham Road Scarsdale, N. Y. TELEPHONE SCARSDALE 12 On Fort Hill Road, small country estate on 3'/z acres of beau ­ tifully landscaped area. 4 master bedrooms, 3 tiled baths. 2 maids' rooms and bath. 4-car garage with two apartments for servants. Property may be bought furnished or unfurnished as desired. APPLY — F1SH-GARMANY REALTY CORPORATION I Popham Road. Scardsdale, New York. Phone — Scarsdale One. Open Sunday by Appointment Only. wlll.be White Plains Day at the beautiful house that will represent Westchester In this Coun­ ty's observance of the National Bet ­ ter Homes Week. Opening tomor ­ row afternoon with formal cere ­ monies at 3 o'clock, the house will be the mecca on Monday of home lovers of this city and will be un ­ der the management of £ group ol White Plains women. Aa has been announced previously, the house Is tho corner of Earlwood Drive 1 Soundvlcw avenue. White Plains. Joining In the IntcreaF that has been shown by other women's clubB throughout the count} ’ , the Con ­ temporary Club of White Plains has been working steadily to make this Belter Homes exhibit a per­ fect thing of Its kind. The new American homes section of the chib Is In direct charge of this work. Mrs. George A. Noren. of 447 South Lexington avenue. Is chairman of tho section and heads tho co tee of women who will be h< cs at the house on Mondoy, Include Mrs. Howard Clarke, dent of the Contemporary Mrs. E. C. Hof. Mrs. R. E. E erty, and Mrs. A. D. Wolf. Jr. Mrs. William W. Neill, retiring chair ­ man of the civics section of, the club, has also been working with this group but of into has had to relinquish some of her duties ir this connection because of Illness. Tho linen closet, the kitchen am pantry, and the guests and boys' I rooms' in the model house have | been furnished by White Plalm | merchants. Genung furnished thi I linen closet and Fowler and Sellars the kitchen and pantry while Ethel Campbell furnished the two-rooms. • Every resident of White Plains . has been Invited to visit the Better I Homes house on Monday nee how much practical beauty can j be supplied at comparatively low NAMEDGUARDIAN i Father To Imtitnte Action To An- i nul Marriage of Daughter, Then a Minor I The will of Mrs. Margaret J. Bry ­ ant of 1 Leighton avenue. Yonkers, on file for probate In the Surro ­ gate's Court here today, shows that she If ft an unknown amount of real property and \more than $50.- 000 In personal property.\ Mrs. Bryant, the widow of the late Alexander Bryant, died on Monday of this week. Her will names George B. Glass, a New York attorney and resident of 165 Bruce avenue, Yonkers, as execu ­ tor. Her two daughters. Mrs. Su- ! san B. Spangland of the Leighton , avenue address, and Mrs. Edith B. Reid of Sewlckly. Pa., executrices. The sum of *1.000 Is left to a sister, Mary E. Johnson, while per- , ■rnnal effects, household furnishings | and Jewelry are to be divided be-1 tween the daughters) The residue of the estate is to be held In trust for the daughters by Mr. f^loas. KILLED LOVER Poughkeepsie. N. Y.. April 20 (UP) — A verdict of guilty was re ­ turned by a Jury hore early today against Mrs, Pallck charged with first degree manslaughter In the death of Henri Gagnon. Mrs. Pallck claimed she killed Qagnon when he revealed he was her lover. She Is liable to sentence of from 10 to 20 years In prison as a result of the verdict. other business In these fast moving modern times. Fifteen or twenty- years ago every pro was attached to a club and pursued hls duties there, making clubs, selling balls and giving lessons. Occasionally ho would travel away to compete for small prizes in sectional or na ­ tional championships but tourna Growing and widespread interest in golf however in the past decade, has about revolutionized the profes atonal's business. Increased Inter est first created demand for exhlbl tlon matches, and then exhibition matches by famous players In creased Interest In the game. Thi progress of golf In tho past tei years has been amazing, and wit) new courses under construction ev ­ erywhere there Is no end yet lr sight The point has been reachc. when a skilled player cannot (Son time for teaching and ordinary clui duties. Purely from the standpolr. of good business he cannot pass u; the big tournaments where he mo gain tempting prizes and a repute tlon worth thousands of dollars I: exhibition engagements. v» , \But that does not mean thnt w rill soon be without Instructors. I > a great mistake' to avoid a pr ­ os an Instructor merely because h \it a winner of championship- in may have a keen eye for d* tooting faults and a sound know ledge of the technique of the gam- without himself being a great play Stewart Malden Is ono of these faults more quickly nor more surely diagnose a trouble yet Stewart has mode practically no effort to piny golf for years. On the other hand an expert player, dependent upon hie skill to earn bis livelihood, can ­ not endanger-hls game by standing all day on a practice tee observing the curious methods of hls pupils All pros agree that teaching and playing do not by smy means go Pro-Player No Longer Has Time for Odd Jobs The iljnerant professional product of modqfh times Is a great asset to the game. The selection of sites for the open and amateur cham ­ pionships has to be made with an eye to living accommodations for the players and accessibility from the centers of tho golfing popula ­ tion. For that reason many cities- and sections bavo to be passe*! from year to year. The only wa which people of these localities see the exports of tho gams li bring them In for exhibitions or spoclal competitions. Thero can be no question that these events. In addition to arousing Interest among the adult population draw boys and girls to the game and start them on tho road to being great players. Tho clubmaklng part of the -pro ­ fessional's duties Is alresdy qulto nearly a thing of the past. It is no ‘ ' 'Us at a block of wood un- j extracted from It a drtv- Tho pro buys the head ecessary for a man to cut except for. the face and apd hls sole duty la to fit a that suits tho player to the head which he likes. There Is a someone to do the little repair assist materially, by seeing to. It that tho player gels a club which really suits him, but tho actual stock of balls In the shop and work, and that Is all. The pro still work of making It has been savod him by tho ntachlno of tho monu- It is unreasonable to suppose when today there are more people playing the game, and those who play, play n rreqiiec^, that the attention to every phase of activity he formerly cared for. Years ago there-could be four hours of ' 1 be left freo to work around r to play a game of golf, at all clubs whose mem- re not limited |p a very bcr. tfie pro teaches eight rs almost every day. Play- it once a week he has no to develop y to convince some that he knows o Instruct them, n for Illustration: Jones a»- ils stance for an Iron i intends that one pro may r player than another but W IN SUIT Executors of Estate Sued for $5,800 for Services Rendered ^eceai Judge Young Presides The executors of the estate of the late Anna V. T. Smith, for 12 years postmistress of Bronxvllle, : and a well-known woman -there, won a suit brought against them by Fernando' Vlcarto of Bronxvllle for professional sendees, diet returned here late ye VIcarlo.sued Frederick and hls wife Bronxvllle, for for services as tpker on Miss Smith's property for six years before her death. Alfred E. Smjth of Bronxvllle appeared for Miss Smith's execu ­ tors. Frank Cspnrlto nf Mount Vernon represented Vlcarlo. Jus- llee Frnnk L. Young presided at the trial here. WILL-EXAffflE PHYSICIJ Doctors Declare Mrs. G. 1 Burns Sane — Questioning I Necessary For Decision Examination of doct sed upon the conditii Gertruda M. Burns of 518 Slw counter separation action b her %nd her husband, Frederick ll Burns, prominent manufaetox Supreme Court Justice William I Bleakley ruled in S{ Court hero yesterday. A certificate, aliened by Dr. ] ward G. Zabrlskls, noted psyc rlst. and Dr. Foster Kennedy, \ tending physician in charge of I] neurological department of 1 vue Hospital. New York, s rented by attorneys In coqr In brief it read: \We the undersigned, are of 1 opinion that Mrs- Gertruds But competent to administer her U otal allowance and to care for h children.\ Charges and counter change* d \neuroUdstn\ were mads by tha al torneys for each client In the q ing'onha case last wsek. ] a tlon of the physldana la to ti place next Thursday. WHICH DO YOU CHOOSE? Cheerfulness and sunshine fill this splo and span new Colonial home In Greenacres, well back from street, planted with tnurela and rhododendrons. True Colonial entrance hall, largo living room, dining room with san porch, aroplo pantry space, breakfast nook and Uled kitchen. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths and lavatory, cedar closet. Especial sturdy construction. On a large -plot In a convenient neighborhood. $20,500. An early American farm house of stone, broad and sturdy: a wide grass terrace in front and at the back a gentle slope to tho rustic bridge, tho little brook and th* woods. Inside old beams, scarred by tho rav­ ages of time but weakened not a hit. and ptne sheath ­ ed walls, great fireplaces, window seats, pegged floors, lovely corner cupboards and charming eccalo papers. 4 master bedrooms and 2 baths, maids room and bath and very large library or sports room with huge fireplace. Everywhere Interesting details reminiscent of the unconscious art of our forefathers. A perfect setting for old furniture and china. For sale at ... in the woods beside a brook -. . just 40 minutes from Times Square NEAR SCHOOL AND STATION NEW DUTCH COLONIAL RESIDENCE OF STONE AND CLAPBOARD Plot 60x100, beautifully landscaped, amongst winding brook and fine oUL~ trees. Six large sunny rooms all deco ­ rated, with 2 tiled baths, one with stall shower. Hot water heat. Brass plumbing. The kitchen has every ap ­ pliance such as latest type refrigera ­ tor, gas stove, built-in sink and built-^ in domestic science units, and is painted in apple green. Ml WHAT MORE COULD ONE ASK FOR? Priced Right at $20,500 on Easy Terms Phone Scarsdale 1900 CALL CARL A. HERRMANN Professional Building Scarsdale, N. Y. PHone Scarsdale 1900 $45,« A coey complete home of English stucco and Um ­ ber. Largo living room, bay window In dining room, unusually good kitchen. Sunny room and bath up half flight, three other bedrooms and tiled bath. 2-car built-in garage. Chestnut trim, osk floors through ­ out. attracUve grounds. An excepUonal offer at $17,500. In one of Scarsdales most secluded spots, surround ­ ed by massive trees with all the atmosphere of an old English manor, yet with all the luxuries and facilities that our modem American home life de ­ mands; there are ten rooms and four baths. Entrance hall richly panelled In oak- Baths exquisitely Uled In pastel shades. Price $85,0«JO. Five Master Bedrooms. Three baths — $30,000, With ­ out excepUon. the very best buy in Scarsdale at this price. An unusually well designed home of stone, stucco and slate. Living room and sun porch room 40 feet long. Stone fireplace. Dining room 15 x 16. Breakfast room, pantry and tiled kitchen and maid ’ s room on first Boor. .ve master bedrooms, two tiled . baths on second: two wardrobes-In each bedroom. Cedar closet In each bedroom. Hot water heat. Plot 100 x 100. 2-car garage. Very near school, station and shops. Very high elevation. Last week, partly out of'curiosity — partly for io und business reasons — I called an office meeting and asked each one of my associates; “ What boose in Scarsdale appeals to you most as an investment — and as a home? What house would yon recommend — let us say, to your best friend? ” The answers were interesting. After carefully considering every available house in Scarsdale, the decisions were made. One house was chosen by three! Two booses were chosen by two. One house was outstanding because of its extraordinarily fine construction, one because — in addition to other points — it has a beautiful large plot. Another has been sharply re ­ duced for a quick sale. On this page are described the ten houses chosen. If you are interested in finding a home — read these descriptions carefully and see if one of them does not sonnd like the home yon are looking for. Then telephone us at Scarsdale 1000. We shall be glad to make an appointment to show yon these homes and explain exactly why we recommend each one jo * strongly. MARIE D. KLING. Tha owner reluctantly leaves this charming b for a larger house In Scarsdalu. No expens t effort has been spared to make this one of Scared show places. Sunken formjU gardens, prteelese al and trees, perennial*, mosses of rosea, berry I vegetable -arden. children's playground. Two c* porches-and three open porches. Four pleasant ter bedrooms, throe tiled baths, stall shower. 51 room and bath. An impressive stucco house on n than half an acre. A few minutes' walk from sc! and station. Oil burner, electric refrigerator. J length copper screens throughout, hand made s' trical fixtures, very fine gas stove, window s' and awnings for windows and porches. 2-car b garage. Reduced from $58,000 to $45,000. 'use that has been sharply reduced: On a pi .1. with a private estate in front, and i forest In back, a half acre of lovely li iwn. A most charming brick bouse with | bedrooms and two baths, maid's t A delightfully large studio living x porch. Oil burner, three-car garage. A r< bargain at $30,500. Ei In door, a brick at is studio living r _ J# stone fireplace, broad c ment windows. French doors to open J-oti dining room, tiled kitchen. Four bedroom tinted tiled baths. Largs closets, ample slot Slate tool, ail burner, garage. Price $21,50 Among large estates, with over an acre of Ita a, yet most accessible. You will fell Instantly In iL with this rambling white Colonial house with | charming fanlight doorway, Its porches and b and blue-green shutters and Ita trees and 1 shrubs. And within it U delightfully- boms spacious. Largo Colonial living room, ( opening on to a many windowed sun pc laundry on first floor, good kitchen. bedrooms, two tiled baths and dressing ri ____ room and bath. A remarkable opportunity at $1 1. In a splendid nelghbc If yoo are thinking of building In Scarsdale we shal: be delighted to show you many lovely Fox Meadow lota that am available through this office. Price lists and mip. on request. rfear our best sell one of Scarsdale's b English stucco home. 5 bedrooms and 3 tl large living room and sun room, excelleni All the rooms are large, the construction Is tl dlest, the plot Is high and well treed. A x> Ufying purchase at $25,000. ONE CHASE ROAD SCARSDALE RgalEsiuU ( 4i£> ) M B Marie D. Kling 100 0 MRS. MARIE D. KLING ONE BLOCK EAST. OF SCARSDALE STATION

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