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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, April 29, 1929, Image 2

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KNOCKED DOWN hicago School -Girl Works Novel Mail Box Racket Scandale Woman Sutaiai Slifht Bruise on Lap. Driver Report* Accident to Police. Chicago. April 29 (UP) — The arrest- of Johanna Rog ­ ers. IB-year-old high school girl, revealed to police today a novel mall-box racket. Police said Johanna would follow mailmen and when they dropped letters Into mall boxes or prosperous looking houses arv> apartments, ghe stepped In and collected the letters. A search of Johanna ’ s room revealed 230 letters and pflfred packages with con ­ tents ranging from sham ­ rocks to Jewelry Telling the police that been knockd down by a by White Plains bruise on her right leg. Thlk morning Arthur Riagels. 2 Hamilton avenue, told the police that bV struck a woman about 9:30 Sunday evening at the corner of Main and Bronx streets, when she stepped In front of his car aa It waa moving away from the curbing. He said that he mopped and the woman assured him that she waa unin ­ jured. although she would not give The *2.500 ball of Rocco Bene driu\ of 4 Tarrytown road. White Plalna, was forfeited this morning by Judge Close In County Court When Bensdatto failed to present himself for pleading. HU brother, who Is bondsman, appeared instead and said he was artthout informs - hoped to find him in two wedks- Judge Close refused to accept the rxplgaailoa. ordered Asaistant Dis ­ trict Attorney Albertson to proce*vi with the forfeiture of the ball, and instructed that a bench warrant be Issued for the missing man. “ Don ’ t think that this will make any difference except that you will lone *2.500. “ Judge Close told the brother. \Well get the man and bring him back. ” . Benedetto U charged with having attacked a young White Plains girl at the Krnslco Darn and has been Indicted for ihe crime. The police say they have a confession from the Telling Patrolman Anderson and Sullo that an unknown man had Stabbed him. Ray Edwards. 18 Hamilton avenue, was brought to the White Plains Hospital at 2 o'clock .Sunday morning and treated by Dr. Kulsman for a six-inch cut 'Ihat required six sllUtbes to close. RKI.IGIOUK RIOTS Bombay. April 29 (UP) — Two per ­ ms were killed and sixteen in- ired aa a result of Hlndu-Moslem iota over the week-end. It was an- ouncsd hera today. Il»:lj I because ..( U Madid good Will and fellowship ■ spirit, said Miss Masters, -will bauch to promote the utmost Mag of friendship between na- ic to know and understand each IT at International House are young people who go back to r respective countries to bcome , lars in all norta of progressive Interests of International affairs r wltl meet aa friends ready lo perate with one another . K-.Aakhlt. editor of the Htn- anl Student and chairman <af Bureau of Extension or Infrr- boal House, elaborated npon I theme of co-operattoo between nations of the earth There arc ] _g|e»l obstacles which must be eomr before the Ideal 'iXSoos'- • understanding can bo reach- rgee prejudice, religious airju- . : narrow nationalism, and ma ' lism. \This la not so much an <J materialism its of raw ma- luism.\ ewent on Mr Kaliiut. ! ■ nations are competing for the bi Icrlals in the markets of tbe , ■d. America holds a unique po- ln. She looks both ways, to ­ ll* Europe aptl__towBrda Aaia, ■ her oppomihi'io for fmuring ; -illlam Murphy of Sh< Autumn. mie. Joseph- ’ arino, Ellen Katina Cha- . Clara Cull-. Ethel Levl- VIII . Peer Gym Sun- Greig, IX. Three Datu-rs from \The Nut ­ cracker Suite'--Tschalkowaky | Abrablan Dance Chinese Dance Russian Dance The officers of the society are : '•ercy Grainger, honorary president I and musical director; Mr*. Guern- -ry It Jewett, president; Rev, Thomas F. Watkins, vice-president.] Mrs William H Carroll, secretary: Daniel Drew Bailey, treaaurer. i Caroline Beeson Fry. musical dt- ; rector, dlrec ’ >r of Choral Society;! I sju I s Greene, director of orchestra. \ Members of 'It. White Plains Symphony Orchestra. Louts flollns Miss I-ols See. con stet . Miss Ruth Hazen. j late Saturday s he Klngsbrldgr ■ body was h by the furre of s unidentified up I Dobbs -.lllam J btfully descriptive In < They were \The Nlghtli Chrj ’ sanlhenmm.\ and Think of Whiting's Social and Typewriter globe — G« Marion Gaylord Atw n of the Department of sal Relations of the N ale Federation of Worm 1 her address on ” Our sal Responsibility\ g. A Sample Book * ■ a * Typewriter Paperid %at Your Request - - -1-1 “ “villus ;ne Hopkins avenue crossing which leads into Central avenue from ihe Parkway when a roadster dnven by Charles' Coughlin. 163 Buena Vista avenue, Yonkers, made a left turn In his path Savo says he was unable to avoid collision. Hr wan later pronounced under the In ­ fluence of liquor by Dr. T. Klngnlev McDonald. Whit- plains, arrested b> ’ Parkway Patrolman Alvah VICKERMAN STATIONERY STORES, Inc. 21S Main St. White Plains, N. Y. i I ’ ELEKHONk 9200 THE DAILY PRESS. « IIITE PLAINS. N. Y.. MONDAY, APRIL ARKER ’ iMDR 5HT fivlKit Rtptcy. In. hU ir book \Believe II fej, ” proven that if all blntttf in the world wet I In Ale past a given point. fgnuy would never stop marching ’ Bk Reading this stater Id ua to contemplate the arch of our circulating library. It continues to grow with the to look la their latt The practice of jj£otts rather than buyin c.to be. appealing v - Plainsltes ever- - t Is really amoiina hvw :■ you can rent for I is ’ JUNIORS ACT PLAYS THEY HAYE WRITTEN Presented Ofay “ Oh Kay Primiiilir Club of* tin* \ i«*w Srluml Prrnpnl Annual Program The boys and glils of the view Junior High School hay ­ makings of-playwrights and a For three years they have wr little plays which lEACE PLANS URTHEREDBY JEWISH GROUP leaker- ill IVili rjlion Meet ­ ing on Friday l.iii|di;iM/r Points Pres iou-lt IWI- — q jwii lit Local W omrn •Wis flpntrin of While C^Vtltc.hesler Fnlei »t Itm of men's Clubs which was held in V Rochelle last Friday a* repn- * ot the White Pimps sec _ , -ns! Council of tJewish imen Mrs Baruch, president of ' -ion of ! hah* The second play was \At the ] Movies.\ written by -Harold Allen and Joseph Upper, whirl! brought • in all ihe comedy of an audience ' watching a moving picture. \Spring Fantasy ” was arranged the third presentation by Miss -Senah » Ostiom. who acted as The So rural Club of the CliaUeitoii.il lit Congregational Church presented their an- miat\ play. “ Oh Kay,\ on Friday evening in •tin* nnirch pallors. In the picture are, left j End of Three • Day (-ountf to right. Miss Bessie Coon, Miss Violet Erickson. Miss Dorothy Williams, Miss Charlotte ■ Coniot Among Little The- IIale. Miss Violet Muir, Miss Marguerite Mmi. Muss Miirtlln Unit/., Miss Dorothy < , i Stephen. Mini Helen Davison, and Muss Kathleen Met Miami. i ■^ r _ ( '.n»up» .Saturday — --------------- — — ----------------------------------- ------------ --------- ----------------------------------- White Plains Competes Sisters Use Plane in Death Race To Father ’ s Side KooscveJl Field, I. L. An airplane.-carrying Mrs Fieri A. Jos fair and Miss Della Me- Symphony Presenls Program j of Unusual Merit Ih Concert on Saturday Night at High School X Ralph Grosvcnor, Lois See. Amelia Nulc and Leonice Hunnewell Assisi as Soloists on Program Enjoyed by Large Gathering of ' », Music Lovers from While Plains. IL Made Judge -Issues Bench Warrant CHILDSNAPS E=iH£l|COLLARBONEAS OVERTURNS Tha Famine Scene 4. The While _ Overture in I hrdre Massenet Sian', famine _ ... Held l ndrr Bail F ing on Charge* G Out of Parks* Accident _ t rurdy. S Ironq Two ^ear ol d Ever-bloominq Rose Bushes v^or$30p Tuo Collections Five Varieties In Each — Separately Labelled Will Bloom This Season Fine, strong, well developed plants ready to be set out In the ground in Anril to make beautiful stronc flower- April to make beautiful strong flower ­ ing bushes for June. MAIN STREET SHOE REPAIRING HAT CLEANING mend ihe rips and patch the OF SIEw YORK Mamaroneck Ave. at Post Road White Plains, N.Y. Telephones White Plains 4086-8375 White Plains Produce Market n Store — 151-153 Main St. \ Telephone 3130-3226 Poat Road Branch 19 E. Post Rd. Tel. 8680- 8681-8682 Grove S*. Branch — 16 Grove 5t- \ Telephone 7707 SPECIALS for TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY ORANGFS __ Ward off that general don ’ t-feel-sa-well condition. Do it with oranges and ■r^ GRAPEFRUIT — One of the richest of known sources of vitamins. The best safeguard you can provide. Just arrived another carload of these Golden Balls of Health from the famous Clear ­ water Groves in Florida. This fruit was ripened on the tree in the Florida sun until they are just bursting with sweet, sparkling juice. The fruit fs direct from the tree to you. Selected large size thin skin Golden Russet Valentia Seedless Florida (Granges in the three leading sizes which sell for 75c, 85c and $1.00 per dozen. We sell them just as they run. Dozen 3 9c GRAPEFRUIT — Golden Russets. Thin skin — very juicy % 4 for 25c STRAWBERRIES — R (V'cj'KinndS\8n h JirKr\o t i»'' f Full Quart Basket 25c nYY! -1 A nmcc Green Mountains “ Blue Goose ” tv/ 1 1 UC j — Brand. Excellent'COokers Peck 29c Bushel.^1.15 ASPARAGUS— Locally grown. All heavy green stales Large Bunch 35c Cliquot Club Ginger Ale — Cliquot Club Sarsaparilla — 2 Bottles 25c Case, 24 Bottles, $3.00 GRANULATED SUGAR — Frost ” in original 5 Pound Carton 27c SUN MAID PRUNES— F “ ' 1 ' c * n,<,mi “ Special 4 Pound Market Day Package 45c ..A.

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