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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, May 18, 1929, Image 9

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FIFTEEN ACRES INARMONK SOLD Town Official* Huy Property Near Flying Field F«r Development Harry J- Hunter and T. William Brundagc of Armonk have pur- chased approximately fifteen acre-.- , of unimproved land on Route 22. i almost opposite the flylmr field, in mint up to date In Wcatcheatcr. It U the automotive building on the Weal Pont road. There la ample show apace upstair* and a* much 'downstairs for reconditioning and ir development. The land was purchased from Nile* S. Hopkins and slaters. Rob- ' ert O. Cfcwan wa* the broker in the tranaaetien. The purchasers were ----------- d^j- Ttobert V. Clark of STAUT INVESTIGATION New York. May 18 «UP) — Inves ­ tigation was started yesterday In ­ to more than 5.000 bankruptcy ens- re |n New York by Col. William J. Donovan, counacl for three bar as ­ sociations. clerk of the Town of North Castle. They plan to divide the property. • part of which has been platted, and i sell It for residential HELWYN REALTY COMPANY, Inc. Bedford Road, at King Street. Cbappaqua. , Westchester County CHAFPAQUA ACREAGE — BREWSTER ACREAGE — FOR SALE ZDQ Acre* With Lake Frontage and Two Large Brooks One Mile From Station PRICE ONLY *125 AN ACRE BRUCE & CORRELL I nc . Depot lloia. White Telephone 7411 Westchester Group Set* June 17 For Annual Field Day at Winged Foot Club The May meeting of the Writ- County Chapter of the A**, General Contractors of i was held at the Grassy _____ Golf Club. Central avenue and Tuckahoo rogd, Yonkers, with a full attendance. Being also the occasion of the spring gathering the entertainment committee had arraigned for the members of the chapter and their guests to play golf during the afternoon and. a goodly number Graved the elements and enjoy'd the ancient Scotch ifame. The business meeting wa* pre ­ ceded by a dinner served In the club house and was presided over j by William, J Goble, president of | .Frank N. Coble, Inc. and presi ­ dent of the chapter. With him, lit the head table, wan Emanuel Glsondl, treasurer; Theodore Reed Kendall, guest speaker; Nlnlan Jamieson. Junior post president; Alfred Barbarcsi. chairman of the annual dinner committee; Thomas H. Cole, secretary pro Armpore. Upon the conclusion of the busi ­ ness part of the program, the meeting was' turned Prince & Ripley, Inc., report the sale from tpc plnns'of thin \esidence under con-, struction on Dolma road, Scarsdnle. Eugene J. Lang is the architect: Thor H. Cole. IN THE WHITE PLAINS HIGHLANDS CHARMING COLONIAL HOME Eight rooms, one bath, steam heat, five large bed ­ rooms. Mortgaged aggregate $12,000. Plot 50x100. PRICE ONLY $17,000. EASY TERMS. Redbrook Realty U Funding Co. 116 Main St. Tel. W. P. 4757 Frank N. Goble. Inc., who intro- , I duccd the speaker. Theodore Reed I Kendall Mr. Cole, pointed out that not only was Mr. Kendall editor and 1 game In the forenoon, a beef ­ steak lunch and an cightcnn-hole tournament In the afternoon, with prizes and awards. The day's nc- tlvIUes will close with a dinner and entertainment In the evening. Among those present were. Rob ­ ert Acampora. Frank S. Bochc. ...... Baltz. Alfred Barbesl. H. Cole. E CuzzL E. Gl- sondi. William J. Goble, John S. iWli, Nlnlan' Jamieson. Robert Mock ay, Norman Maokay. > ’ ■ 8a- rtlblil. A. Colanerl, 3. W. Newpian. David Graham. John W. Ryan. Mortimer l M. Pletschker. John R Stevens. Edward 8 Young, J. H Twiss, William R. Hamlin, Harry Solon. Louis If. C. Roll. J. B. Car ­ penter, T. R. Kendall. John F Lolly, L. H. Lyon and Harry D Cole. BONNIE CREST SALE Sewer Commission Will Soon Start Work on Mamaroneck Valley Trunk Line Eugene S. Martin. aecrittary of , ,. Coualy S...r Cm \\V™ \> ColMnirl I mission announced this morning dor and Georgian Hoill that bids for the Mamaroneck Vat- “ , f| §,. a ^,lale Section icy Trunk Sewer, from Bolton ave ­ nue. White Plains, to Mamaroneck irkway cross- uvenue. where th cvPurk wa e«, would be adferN^l- May 20. May The set tlmatcd. t The Fox Meadow Estate* sold lo George S. Glldersleevp a plot ap ­ proximately one-half -arr* located ., . „ , _ | on the north side of Whig road. ... which. It Is es- * two. and onc-qunr- between Overlook and Brewster will Join the main roads. Fox Meadow. Scarsdale ' r, ‘ - \Cot Engineers Monthly.' most surcensful magazines cover -1 Ing the building Industry, but an-J engineer himself, having n back- ! irid of International experience i who. In constantly traveling , about the United- States. Is In Inti-1 IN THE MOST PICTURESQUE SECTION OF WESTCHESTER Beautiful Greenacres, Scarsdale. Colonial Home of 9 large rooms. 2 baths. Plot 75x150; beautiful trees and shrubs. Five minutes from station. SEE US FOR PRICE MORROW 8 MILLS, Inc. Depot Plaza Building \ While Plains Telephone 6580 A REAL BUY IN PICTURSEQUE SCARSDALE Owner has built new home and will sell this beautiful Greenacres residence at an unusual low price. It is beautifully shrubbed, close to station, one minute from school. Decorated throughout Plot 75x150. Three large bedrooms and two baths, with showers, one maid's room and bath; two-car garage. First mortgage $1-1,000. Price, only $25,500. LOOK AT THIS NOW. CALL R. E. L. HOWE, JR. Phones 4203-4204 While Plains Depot Plaza Sundays Scarsdale 1847 5 ACRES With a Small Lake $25,000 Located Near Greenwich, Conn. Apply Prince £ Ripley Incorporated Ciill Rye Office for Detail:; TELEPHONE RYE • and personnel. He stated, too. that It was a dlstlpct honor lo the West ­ chester County Chapter of the A. O. C. to have such a distin ­ guished guest os Mr. Kendall pres ­ ent to address them, more espe ­ cially as he come at considerable Inconvenience to himself. Mr. Kendall took as bis subject. \Individual Interest and Responsi ­ bility.\ covering the Interests of the Individual workman In his Job shd hi* responsibility for II The sec ­ ond part of his address took in the question of responsibility Into an ­ other field, namely, the responsibil ­ ity of the engineer for his work. It was in this angle of his talk that Mr. Kendall brought up the matter of responsibility for the .ter ­ rible 8t. Francis Dam disaster In 1028. This part of hln discourse was Il­ lustrated with stereopUcon slides from photograph taken by himself beginning two hours after the flood waters had subsided. He was or.e of the few civilians able to get Into the canyon of death the dny of the catastrophe as all not actu ­ ally engaged In an official capacity or rescue work were barred until the rescue 4rork was completed and relief measures organized. The pictures showed vividly the volume of water was loosened, by ' the failure of the dam. and went rushing down the valley carrying death and ruin in its path. One of the peculiar coincidences showing the turns that occur unde* such circumstances was Illustrated 1 by the central face of tbe dam. n huge concrete column measuring a thickness of 75 feet at its base and 16 S feet at the top with a height r* 246 feet, the only portion left standing and this section was moved about 6 Inches forward and 5 Inches latterly from Its base On top of this section were housed the recording Instruments and during the disaster and for several days thereafter they kept running so that from the data recorded If was possible to figure out and de ­ termine the sxact time of the break, the rapidity of the fall of down the Prlnoe A Ripley. Inc., report the sale for Mrs. Elliott Wilkins of n new stone house on Mildred Park ­ way. Bonnie Crest. New Rochelle, to Peter Gallagher. New Rochelle, for occupancy. The same brokers leased the premises at 390 Forest avenue. Rye. furnished, to Dr Ran som Parker, and a house, 'furnish ­ ed. at Cayuga street. Rye, to Mrs .Sophie Brandt BUYS IN CHAPPAQUA An attractive new Colonial resi ­ dence at Pierce Acres. Chappoqua. j which ts now being erected. Sam B | Horsfall on a large plot of ground. . has been purchased by William i Weed of New York City, who will, upon completion, occupy same an 1 his all year around resldi*nce George Howe. Inc., were the brok- ; j trunk line of the county at that point. It Is estimated that $500,000 will cover the cost-of lay | Mr Martin stated th would probably start within thirty j days after bids CHARLES C. FK! 00.000; home In the Georgian Colonial It. styliPlnr his own occupancy. This work , Plot ls| located In the south section thirty | of Kmc Meadow where several large wore received. j sales,have been made dt poat/fow weeks. ICN-NO XO SPEAK ^ffenry H. Haasford has — — 1 .-from the Fox Meadow e during .......... .. .......... ................ v Estates. Charles C Fenno. of the City j through W. T. Hart, an additional Planning Commission, will speak plot of approximately one-hair nere before the White Plains Realty Kox Meadows. Scarsdale. Incut Board at their meeting to be held cd on the north side of Butler road, next Wednesday. Mny.22 at the City . between Brewster and Hampton Club The meeting will begin at roads, on which ground hro. been 1 broken for a borne in the Tudor DISPUTE SETTLED ashlnglon. May 18 'UP). • the TScr ns rbrente! English design. It li tills ! •Idenc will b led t Chile and Peru Fox Meadow Esta'o q» dispute. Harry S* Lawson s pi it peace of I ointrly three-quart- of South ,he ot ° 1 ----- 1 Dim ------- - Think r White Plain* Office Tel. 3796-3797 REALTOR Reid Estate and Insurance Residence Phone White Plains 548 Fox Meadows. Scarsdale. Mr. Law- son. at present n frsident of Green ­ acres. la having plans drawn for a homo of Southern Colonial design which he will occufy on completion of this residence In thf late fall . SCARSDALE FISH & M ARVIN ESTABLISHED 1889 Mcnjbcr Scandalr Realty Board OFFER A picturesque white-Colonial Lome ict among, old apple I ten on nne-liaU acre tornci plot. Hat hall, living room with open fire ­ place-. cm Imcd poiyh, dining room, kitchen, maid's room and bath. Du tccOnd Booi ihtte bedroomt/two balh* and large closcu.f Oil-burner, jvtalher strip* and screen*. Thi* property, located in o'rte of -die best sections of tjcandale. convcmrul lo station and ichooli. being *old lo settle an eiUte. ti priced *1 $15,000. There ii a firsl mortgage ol 517.500, . ^ FISH 8 MARVIN S4 EAST PARKWAY SCARSDALE. N. Y. TELEPHONE SCARSDALE 610 LOUIS PALESTRANT, Inc. BUSINESS PROPERTIES 2 Church Street .. ^ Phone / Wlille Plains ll t TO mllei per h the progress as the crest of the jvave reached known points, elc. Mr. Kcndnll. In this connection, paid a glowing tribute to the Cali ­ fornia Chapter of the Associated General Contractor* -of America. Immediately following receipt of news following .ho disaster this body of builders, banded together on a basis of skill. Integrity and responsibility, threw their com ­ bined strength into the rehabilita ­ tion frork and accomplished signal success, a success In fact that could not have been otherwise obtained and all credit was due. MrARcndall stated, to thli nation-wide organi ­ zation of builders \who hake dem ­ onstrated again and again both an available record for construction ifTIclency and hu'manitorlanisita.\ A rising vots of thanks -accom ­ panied the expressed appreciation, voiced by Mr. Goble, for the talk an tfll consider! ■' It one of the ter's outstanding meetings, iring the cvering a musical ram was rendered by K- Ol- I, violinist. He wag accom- lid by Harry D. Col*. Glsondl In conjunction with arboreal are arranging for thai ig on Monday. Juna 17, at fhe fed Foot Club. The program ilea a nine-hole qualifying golf | I OLD COLONIAL HOME •; tj j (WITHIN COMMUTING DISTANCE) $ A 5- acre miniature estate nestled In the hills overlooking a lake; '' \ all kind* of fruit, fine shrubbery, beautiful t*re«, flower garden*, d '' brook. A remodeled farmhouse consisting of attractive living d room, library, dining room, modem kitchen. 3 open fireplace*. 4 J, bedrooms, 3 baths, 2 servants' rooms and hath, 2 porche*; all lnf*>o, 0 provementx; Frlgtdatre, nil htimrr. CornMnatlon stahte and gar- 'J age with help's quarters; spring water supply. Tills Is a complete '« little Estate In perfect condition; 5 minutes lo station. J REED-CLARK. Depot Plaza White Plains, N. Y„ Telephone 1516 J' S MELGREN CONSTRUCTION CO. I % * % SPECIALISTS IN HOME BUILDING Bar Building, Main Street, White Plains PHONE 6214 H. J. GREEN, Vice-Pres. & Gen ’ l Mgr. 'xW'/iV/V-W/dd,'/','/'. A Charming Colonial Home In OLD ORCHARD IrvingtoD-Oa-The-Hudion Rennet rd. admits raMItUloo — pad of lh« Paul K Rsodsll Esuu i'nrse, Vila Ktmiblli!, la quid, pm!-use surroundings smnns usnutifui irsss snS pi rut ol 10s Hudson. E«m mlnutss' vslk from Irtmston Olsllon ami assr to Kheps. Pwt OOa. Hchool# and CHurrtwi. Property Bsn- elms to \Sunnysids.\ ihs old. nsiairT Ousns'of WsjUngtnn trviag. Plot sppraslniattl, b«uJ* T Tvo.esr sturhsd csrs'is roo,n *- ” ' GEORGE B. CLIFTON, Owner ’ * Representative a 22*. Harwood Building, Scarsdale. N. Y. -T F ts H W illiam K enneley ^ i r .INCORPORATED OSCAWANA 339 HILL TOP BUNGALOW RESIDENTIAL ESTATES LOTS^ and FIVE BUNGALOWS / • “ With Full Waterfront — ---- and Lake Priv ileges to Fach J^tirchaser 750 FEET ABOVE SEA LEVEL, RIGHT ON JBcautif ul LAKE- GSCA'WANA - located in the Foothills of the Cat^kil! Mountains Near Peekskiil, Putnam C'ounty, New York PUBLIC AUCTION . Satufrdl^, 1 st At 2:30 P. M.. Daylight Savin* Time on the premises, in tent, rain or shine* . v . '* ... . . HE Of • 'May Remain on Representatives • ^ /0 Installment Contraet ,, <yi Property Today ZZZ™ W illiam .K enneijy VANDEZU1T NEW rout arr Real £j lair Auction JprrmluU for 82 Yean 4M1

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