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-J KUCFHOXX 9200 TUBE DAILY PRESS. WHITE PLAINS. N. Y-. SATURDAY. APRIL 27. 1929 Youth FIim-FUm» Harmon Judge With Old ‘ Fast One ’ Harrison — A Over youth yesterday afternoon pulled a fast flim-flam stunt on Police Justice. C. J. Sullivan hare and got away with a five dol ­ lar bill after the Judge, a sta ­ tion agent at the Harrison station, had \changed a ten foliar bill.\ The youth, a stranger to the Judge, purchased a ticket for Mamaroneckand handed the agent one dollar. While Judge Sullivan was making change the stranger asked for change from his “ ten spot.\ He talked about the weather and poh(Jc* as the agent counted out five one dollar bills and a five. \Here take thle five dol ­ lars and get some cigars for yourself.\ the stranger said os he pushed five dollars back to the Judge \Thanks.\ was the reply,\ks the stranger ran for his train. Ralph Meliwari Denied New Trial in Murder of Union Leader in Wilkes-Barre down with Campbell. The jury la I the Kellly ease returned a verdleM of guilty, and specified life Impris-J onment. In overruling the motion for *1 new trial, the court held that Ms-1 lissarl had not been placed in Jeo-I party twice for the same offence I ns the same bullet did not klU both I Campbell and Reilly. | The conviction was on eircom-l stantlal evidence. Two other men. Pater Detapaal HAMBONFS MEDITATIOI By J- 1. 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SEDAN STUDEBAKER SEDAN chrysler ' sedan CHRYSLER COUPE MARMON COUPE BUICK COUPE CADILLAC SEDAN CHRYSLER ROADSTER CHRYSLER SEDAN . PACKARD TOURING CHRYSLER ROADSTER BUICK SEDAN MARMON CAB. GRAHAM-PAIGE THE CAR YOU WANT IS AMONG THOSE LISTED ABOVE - Telephone New Rochelle 7400 HARVEY A/TURNURE, Inc. 320 MAIN STREET NEW ROCHELLE RIGHT ON THE BOSTON POST ROAD Telephone New Rochelle 7400 j - slotoki q?00 Legal Right of Communities to Appropriated unds for Motor Parking Space Is Question (Continued Pram Paga One) live might be a blessing In disguise to the harassed towns and villages. “ Prohibit all parking near a lo ­ tions.\ Mr. Burden pointed out. \and the problem disappears.\ He Indicated that walking to and from railroad stations could not be con ­ sidered exactly a hardship In most lag a short lecture given on toning topics before the Greenville Club by George B. Ford, well-known expert. Mr. Fort was called upon to In- . form the audience concerning the legality,-of parking appropriations. He marked the doubt originally ex ­ pressed, In heavier lines by admit ­ ting that legal opinion is divided on the question. “ Many planning and zoning boards have been able to gel away with this and a number of other thlrtgs of untested legality because of general sentiment, but it's a question for the lawyers to fight out.\ he said. Previous to this discussion. Mr. STARBUCKFOR RADIO POST ------ I Hoover Nominates New York Democrat For First Radio Zone ; in Senate Monday Washington. April 27 (OP) — President Hoover has selected Wil ­ liam D. L. Starbuck. 43, mechanical engineer and attorney of New York City, to be a member of the Federal Radio Commission, Oiling the vac ­ ancy for the first radio rone com ­ prising the North Atlantic seaboard Under the law this place was to be filled by a Democrat and Star- buck was approved by the two Democratic New York Senators. He was bora In New York City sad is a graduate of Columbia Uni ­ versity and a member of American Society of Mechanical Engineers. The appointment will be sent to tfco Senate for confirmation Mon- <>Ay- _______ ■ __________ SUICIDE Moant Vernon Man Dies By Self- Aspbyiinticn. Was Tired of Life Mount Vernon — Tired of living, John Pccora. 61. ploc-d a rubber tube from a gas he.ttcr In his mouth, turned on tho gas and died in the kitchen of his home at 12Vi South etrect. here yesterday. Neighbors smcllud tho gas and found Pecora's body. Dr. Amos O. Squire, medical examiner, said the death was a suicide. ing commission which la now < atlng under resolution of the Town Board and tha chairmanship of Matthew Eylar of Cots wold Way. The expert pointed out that there Is no way of saving the \open epacea* and warned of the growth of tester spots planted by rejects * ---- 1 neighboring communitiee. h would find a place within the limits of the town If the Com ­ mission's work eras not done with all reasonable speed. He prophesied for the town a oom. within a year, of astounding proportions, one which would place the planning board at the center of crucial problems In tha course of very few months. Chairman Eylar was also preset., nd spoke briefly, representing the commission as wishing the advice of private citlxena. MAHLSTEDT AND YERKES MERGE,REPORT statement will be issued early next week. Whether the arrangement la In tho nature of a sale or a lease of the Yerks interests to the Mahlstrdt firm could not bo ascertained to ­ day. Representatives of the build ­ ing Industry have been watching the negotiations with interest ss the amaJgampUon will make the Mahl- stedt firm tho largest distributor of building ro»tsrials In the state out ­ side of New York City. Representatives of both firms de ­ clined to discuss the matter when approached, other than to intimate that tho public would be fully In ­ formed of tha transaction next An unofficial report from Yon ­ kers Is to the effect that Elijah Yerks will be eleetd ts tha board of the Mahliitedt firm's* a part of the transaction. I Tha Yerks company Is one of the oldest In the Yonkers building d us try and It Is the largest dis ­ tributor of lumber in that section. The Mahlstedt company has i dergons a period of expansion the past two years and has valu ­ able rail and water rights In e section of the county. Maintaining the home office In New Rochelle, branches hsv* been established by purchase of other I properties at Mount Vernon. White ! Plains. Mamaroneck. Yonkers, Rye, and Croton-on-Hudson. Something over two years ago business of Young Brothers White Plain* was taken over by tha Mahlstedt*. ROGERS SONS OPEN A NEW STORETODAY (Continued From Page One) ried throughout : and decorations of the new store. As one enters tho foyer on Main Show Tallies Large show tables built like of ­ fice desk are particularly new and attractive. They are finished in silvered walnut Inlaid in the na ­ tural wood. The floors throughout tho store and In the foyer are also in the modern style. They arc of a gray and black composition Inlaid with brass strips. Tho dome of the foyer 1 s a huge fluted center piece from which wdl hang a large chan- delie? street, the distinctive paneling In the show windows is the first thing that catches bis eye. Each panel la a large natural finished block of walnut. Inset with a smaller bock of silver finished walnut. Fluted slivered columns border each side. The window frames are of a ell- black metal In modern design with an overlaid leaf design at the ■P- The show cases and furniture throughout are in the same style. Massive pyramid blocks of natural walnut set off the tope of the show- Lighting* fixture* are long and slender and silver finished In har ­ mony with tho fixtures. Wall cases are lighted. Three Floors The new store will have three floors. On the main floor will be the children's clothes and all ac ­ cessory lines. On the mezzanine floor will be the dress.-department with Its own entrance on Grand struct. On the lower floor all do ­ mestic stock win be displayed. Francis Rogers and Sons, a Neils'' York firm, first opened their doors for .business In White Plains in July- 1626. Miss Florenco Dieekmann was placed In charge and will be the manager of the new store. She has been with the company eight years, transferred here from the main store af Fordham road at Park avenue, the Bronx. MU* Dieckmann ’ e mother was also an employe# of the company wlille It occupied Its first building. Eighth avenue at 3«th street. New York City. Tho company, which was found ­ ed 62 years ago. is now operated by tha grandsons of Francis Rogers, the founder- The business descend ­ ed from him to his son. Alfred M. Rogers, sr., and In turn to Alfred's sons. Alfred M. Jr., and Harold, the present owners The firm also has a store In New Rochelle. Mica Dieekmann said thnt a large parking space would be ' av.niab'e for customers In the resr of the building on the Grand street side. Two floors above the store are to be rented for offices. White Plains Kiwanis Actors The White Plains Kiwanis entertainmentat Purchase Community Home. The \French Maids, ” in the picture are Clayton Ten Broeck, Myron S -Bunker, George F, Adams and J. Hulsey Thomas. PROCLAIMS MUSIC WEEK Urges While Plains Resident* To Observe Week With Appropriate Exercises in Publie Places Mayor Frederick Co McLaughlin this morning issued a proclamation setting aside the week beginning Mey 5 as National Music Week in White Plains. The mayor's proclamation fol- \Pursuani to the request of the National Music Week Committee of which Herbert Hoover. President of the United Bute*. Is honorary chairman of an honorary commit ­ tee of governor*, I proclaim the week beginning May 9, 16211 os Musk- Vu'enk and call upon the peo ­ ple of our city to observe the *amt by appropriate exercises in schools, churches, theatre*, and places of IN TOILS '11 Samuel Street Arrested On Local Charge As He Steps From Pen ­ itentiary. Check Involved With a 30 day sentence Just com ­ pleted, Samuel Street, colored, of Oreanburgh, stepped out of the Westchester County Penitentiary this morning Into the waiting arms of Detective Edward Hughes of the White Plains police, who arreetud him on a warrant charging petit Street 1* charged with writing a worthless cheek for 11.1 payable to Joeeph Wolf of M Main street, this city. He pleaded not guilty and was given an adjournment unUl Monday to obtain counsel. His ball w*« fixed at *210 real property. 8lreet received the sentence Just completed for passing a bad check for U 0 . public mcetlnf, thereby Joining with about thre* hundred towns and cities throughout ‘ the United States In such observance.\ President Hoover, who la honor ­ ary chairman of the honorary com ­ mittee. Issued this statement. \Cultural development of n peo ­ ple must proceed In step with ma ­ terial well being If they are to en ­ joy the fullest happiness. Musical appreciation should, therefore, be promoted as onc of the liberal arts of life\ Y.M.C. A. SERVES HIGH PURPOSE IN RECREATION 200 Deleptlca at Opening of Convention in Syrarusc — W. H. Baxley, Weal* - cheater, Preside* Jiyracuse. N Y.. April 27 (UP) The'Y. M. C A. serves Its highest purpose in offering physical and mental recreation, according to the concensus of opinion expressed by 200 delegates at the forty-eighth annual convention today. Missionaries go abroad for ser ­ vice. not conquest, Krbtnan Harris, of Union Theological Seminary, ono of the convention speakers, said. He revealed that Mohammedans are tho most difficult subjects for conversion, only 140 having em ­ braced Christianity, in the records of the mission board. John W. Brooks. Syracuse, pre ­ sided at sessions assisted by A H. VvTiltfoid. Buffalo. Miles Ten Eyck. Albany, and W. H. Bailey of West ­ chester. WALKED INTO AUTOMOBILE Arthur Cormier Escape* Un ­ hurt But Winds Up in Court * — Identity Confused An unkempt man landed In City Court this morning — he admitted he didn't know how — to wake up to find a charge of grand larceny staring him in the face. How It all came about, no one eeems tr, know but Arthur Cormier of 33 South Lexington avenue, arrested last night for public Intoxication, got mixed up with William Hawke* of the 8L Charles Hotel, arrested this morning for grand larceny, and Cormier was brought in when Hawkos' name was called. After a certain amount of con fusion and a great deal of snicker ­ ing in the spectator's section. Cor ­ mier was finally Identified and dl* missed. He really had a tough Ume he Mid and the judge agreed. Cor roler was strolling down Grove street lost night — well, he had been drinking — when lie hajl the misfor ­ tune to run Into an nuv> driven by William J ConriWy of 40 Mitchell place, Connelly brought Cormier jo Poller Headquarters and he wxr later taken to tho Whit* Plains Hospital Dr. Kinsman pronounced him un ­ injured whereupon Patrolsran Sul ­ livan arrested him for punllo Intox ­ ication. Connelly refused to make any chargee against him In rourt thia morning, so he was dismissed. TREASURY BALANCE Washington. April 27 <U P) — Trrusury net balance on April 39 was- 3234,774.61)6.12. Customs re ­ ceipts for the month to the sqm# date totaled 342.017,210.46. BUY A USED CAR NOW

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