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[^WESTCHESTER COUNTY PARKWAY POLICE PREPARE FOR RECORD TRAFFIC, OVER THE HOLIDAY Westchester First KEEP OUT IAL FATALITY POUCE BEQUESTS WANT NEW CHARTER ■ i b r unlit t . ntATKR ■> Jlailu Press Complete'Wire Reports of THE UNITED PRESS Greatest World-Wide Netcj Service PLAINS GROWS CENSUS S!&:::iS5a POPULATION 1929-35000 VOL. 1 — NO. 50 AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER Our Westchest h«ve all got to take their hats off to j ' Ardsley. Two burglaries were committed there Uie other night and It had been so long since the officials had had a local burglar)- j reported that they went through I their files to find out when the last i burglary thtre occurred. It .was then found that It had been over a year,since a burglary had been committed In the village. -a* Tlit Is something of a record i and wre do not believe It can be du ­ plicated by any other place In West ­ chester. Burglars, for some reason | or other, do not seem to care for ; Ardsley and Ardsley has no reason ! to feel peeved because - thus slighted. A little Port Chester recently as the result of ___ usual Injury. The little fellow, who was only six years old. fell at his home and bit his tongue. The mother was unable to stop the I _______ bleeding and sent for a physician 1 „ _ „ . _ „ Upon his arrival he had the boy C. B. Karim Mates He War taken Immediately ,-to the United Hospital but the youngster bled to death In spite of all efforts. Sometimes the Injury which seems trivial proves fatal and for that reason thosajfho cannot ap ­ preciate the seriousness of an In ­ jury should lose no time In procur ­ ing medical attenUon. It la always better to call the physician too yoon DEATH CLAIMS MYRON E. CLARK AGED VETERAN AWARD FOR SCHOOL RINGS IS PROTESTED Had Lived Here ^5 Years — Wife ar^di Daughter, Mrs. John B. Coyle, Survive— j Comrades to Pay Military Honors i late. If < haa called I i finds out hla services, so mu tsr. When In doubt. II Idea to call the doctor. Police pension funds help make' life easy for the police who reach the retirement age and extend a supporting hand to the widows and I Would Hav other depend enU of deceased po- - llcemen but rarely do we read of a polfcaman remembering these fund* Not Given Opportunity to Submit Bids and Design* BUY FROM NEW YORK Waitcif. But Out-of-Town Representative Left | -Meeting With Order CLAIMS LOWEST PRICE HITE PLAINS, N. Y.. TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1929 — ----------------- i ---------- ' t BUSINESS DAT PRICE THREE CENTS — ANTWO LOCAL FIRMS B II> FOR FR. TURNER Catholic Clergy and Laity Pay Honors to Rector of St. John's Church — Bishop Attends LOW ON ADDITION FOR COUNTY COURT HOUSE Capt. Byrne, Head of Parlay catsADfeRs for christ | Police, Will Have Entire Squad On Duty Memorial Day n their wills. Policeman Prank C. Fero. of Mount Vernon. who died recently, however, made provision In hla will to help this great work of the police pension funds. He left $1,000 to the Mount Vernon polio pension fund and an equal amount to the Mount Vernon Police Asso ­ ciation. Inc. Those bequests show how tn6ta*trta and brotherly interest of this policeman remained with his comrades of the Mount Vernon de ­ partment to the vi (Continued on Page Four) Stock Market New York. May 2* (UP)-Prlces broke again on the New York Stock Exchange today after an early attempt at recovery from the recent battering. InlUal dealings saw gains rai mg to more than three points ... such Issues aa General Electric and Wealinghouse and smaller gains In many other aecUon* of the Indus ­ trial and railroad list. Call money renewed at 6 pi cent, but the month-end pinch wi making Itself felt and funds wei In smaller supply with tho hint that the call rate would be ad ­ vanced. This served as ammuni ­ tion for the bears who began ham ­ mering the list again, after having pounded It for several billions, technical loss recently. AtJtmm Auto broke badly both the New York and Chicago markets. The Issues was down more than eight points. Montgomery Ward. U S. Steel lost an early kdvgnce. while Hudson. Postum. B A O and a long list of others lost ground. Atchison. New York Central and Union Pacific were strong spots In (Continued on Page Five) Clearing Home Statement New York. May 28 (UP).-Bank clearings *1,364.000,000; clearing house baiancs_ *130,000.000; Federal Reserve Bank credit balance $138,000,000. FOR SALE TO SETTLE ESTATE Myron E. Clark, for tw ty-five years a resident oL this city, died at the St. Ag ­ nes Hospital this morning. He had been ill for about two months. Mr. Clark is the father of Mrs. John B. Coyle, of this city. He was 8fi years old. Mr. Clark was born in Saline, New York, April -1. 18-13. He enlisted In Company G of (hr ltth United States Infantry at Syracuse at the outbreak of the Civil War. He rose to the rank of First Sergeant Sir. Clark partici ­ pated In many of the major engage- ------- ] menu of the Civil War. On hi* Saved Students d “ * ch » r ** participation in the fol ­ lowing battles Is noted: Fredericks- _______ burg, Charlottesville, Gettysburg. - shipping, commerce and industry w eslcliestcr County Import- PLAN GROWTH OFGRMTCITY FOR 36 YEARS Men of 20th Century Have Idealism. Says Father Deegan in Lauda- TV lory Sermon CHILDREN PARTICIPATE Give Special Program For For The Man They Lo\ e ' r ef M Twenty-Five Cents on Eaclr-Ring Mine Run. Wilderness. Laurel Hill. Spottsylvanla. North Anna. Cold The following letter has been rHarbor. -Petersburg. Weldon Rall- celvrd from C. B. Karlen, local road and Witcher* Run. He wss Jeweler: I wounded during one of these en- \Do the general public believe It gagementa. fair to lh* merchant* of this city to Mr. Clark was discharged from have officials of the White Plalm the army on February 28. 1863. HI* High School purchase the 1930 gra _______ duatlon rings from out-of-towncon- (Continued on Page Three) cernsT -Last year t went to Miss Bald ­ win (who Is a teacher In the Com ­ mercial Department of the White Plains High School) with the prop ­ osition of submitUng estimates for the 1930 graduation class ring*. She assured me that I would be able to make my bid at the proper Ume. The proper time was May 27, 1929 at '2:15 p. m. at the High School, but I wo* not Informed. Through some other source I received this information regarding the time and date. Therefore 1 was present at the Ume that rcpresenlaUve from a- New York concern, had an appoint ­ ment with Miss Baldwin and the Junior Class. I went directly to Mtss Baldwin and spoke to her j about our agreement of a year ago j She was astonished at my presence I Albee Theater, and I had a short conversaUnn with Court pleaded not guilty to charg- her. telling her my purpose at this „ brought against him by Lillian Ume. But only received the fol ; Morton, colored. 3 Cushman Road, lowing abrupt answer: \Cannot let Scarsdalr. of denying the com- ■ubmit your estimates because plnlnnnt and her friends admission lave a representative here from j to the orchestra seats of the thee- • nni Element in the General Scheme of Regional De ­ velopment For N. Y. LOCAL DELEGATES NOT ADMITTED TO THEATER IS WOMAN ’ S CLAIM Favored by moat favorable sum- J ier weather. Catholic clergy, lay-1 _jen. city official* 'and residents of White Plains. Joined this morning at the special Jubilee mais at St. John Ithe Evange»st s Church. In celebration Of the completion of i ; twenty-live years service In thn I j Catholic priesthood of Rev. John F. Turner, D.D.. P.R.. pastor of St. John ’ s. A crowded church, special musi ­ cal program by an augmented choir under the direction of Mlsn Eliza ­ beth Bailey, organist, and the pre ­ sence of distinguished priests and clergy from various cities helped make the occasion a red letter on- in the annals of the church. Rev. Father Turner was cele ­ brant of the mass assisted by Rev i;r„U|. Headed by M.y ’ or ™ h \„ “ r 7S “ S' S&& ''-r.icip.l-. is Mealing JKc ,% d \ - '.\.\ Rev. Father John D McGowan as master* of ceremonies. Seated within the sanctuary were the Right Rev. Bishop William Tur ­ ner. D.D., of Buffalo, who presided: Rt. Rev. Monslgnor Francis T. Mc­ Intyre, D.D.. of 81. Joseph's Semi ­ nary. Yonkers, assistant priest to the bishop; the Rt. Rev. Monslgnor Sponsoring Super- City Scheme New York. May 27TKP) — A great city of the future, providing for a population of 20.000,000 with Its In ­ dustrie*. schools, home* nnd facili ­ ties for comfortable living. It . rr>- , - ------------ I vlssged In the Regional Planning :ile Morton. Colored Sum- 1 Comm,Ue * • ™ port - , ‘ mons Sol LeVoy to Court For Alleged Discrimina ­ tion — Denies Charge l greater New York City. Officer* Who Guard Parkway* Alert Men Of The Law Daily Press present* today the latest photograph of the efficient men who pa ­ trol the parkways throughout . Westchester under the esp- atde direction of Chief Wil ­ liam J. Byrne . of White Plains. These In pie picture above a left t. . Sergeant Frank McCabe. Ser ­ geant Julius Jaeshker. patrol ­ men Humbert Catanu. Clar ­ ence MacPhamon, Raymond Foster. Stanley Labensky. l-.os.ntrr* McCoy. Anthony Pankwltts. Nicholas Fandrl. Michael Morgan, Orvlllr Perry. Anthony Van Cura. Krank-ffartlnez. Carlos Bish ­ op. Charles Utsmrr. Chief William Byrne, patrolmen Samuel MacDonald, Elmer Tcrbush, Andrew- HlavaU, Vincent Cunlff. George Gates. William DeNysc. Writer M*>- ers, Vincent, Zihrndha George Gllntenkamp. Corne- Ili^'Ormoml. Eugene Curran. Sergeant August Helfrlcb. and Sergeant MarUn Tewey Special Precautions to Prevent Accidents. Will Keep Cars Moving at 35 Miles Per Hour. Record Traffic Anticipated. \The Parkways of Westchester County will carry the heaviest load of traffic In their history Memorial Day and the following week end.\ Captain William Byrne, chief of the Parkway lice, told The Dally Pres* In nounclng his plan* for special handling of traffic from Thursday- morning until Sunday evening of thb coming week eftd. • \With good weather, we will hav< the worst congestion experienced Since the Parkways were built.' Captain Byrne said, \but If thi pavements are not wet and slip ­ pery we do not anticipate any seri ­ ous accidents. The record of tb* Parkway* for the last two Memo ­ rial* Da>-s has been free from any fatalities and last year i cldent was reported. ” A double force of motorcycle patrolmen will be on duty from noon until midnight on Memorial Day aB3 on Sunday-, the two day* (Continued c Pag* Two) Rt. Rev Monslgnor Cornelius Croi ley. D.D. dean of. Westchester, pas- Tho report contained proposals ( tor of the Church of the Rinsed designed to meet a situation of con- Sacrament, New Rochelle, nnd the tlquous growth In the metropolitan RL Rev John E Chldwlck. D.D., (Continued c (Continued on Page Three) (Continued on Page Five) NEW FLYING SERVICE New York. May 28 (UP). — A new 1 passenger airplane service giving one hour connections between New York and Atlantic City twice dally ■ .heduledto be opened tomorrow Curtiss Flying Service. LeVoy, i Doe.\ \Jane Doe.\ ushe :,X Late News Dispatches By Direct United Press Wire , Pari*. May 28 (UP). — Lincoln were served with summons Issued . Ellsworth, who accompanied Roald Amundsen on two polar expeditions. (Continued on page declared tqday that he Intended r- — - make another expedition to U GETS THIRTY ’ YEARS i norUTpoI* to ascertain If It wi ----- I possible to establish an air bai Brattlehoro. Vt.. — Mrs. Laura 1 there to facilitate an ai£ rout# be- Phlladelphla. May 28 (UP)-Ellz- W. Haverty. 48. \mall order\ beth Gladfelter, 19, University of today faced a sentence of 2i lo so Pennsylvania co-ed. was killed to- Jrars st hard labor in the state day when she was thrown from jfc prison for women for attempting automobile while riding to another to murder her husband. Thomas girl ’ s home. The car struck a rut. Haverty. one-armed house painter. Paris. May 28 table of marsh) used, for Import. Baby Drowns Four-Year-Old Port Chester Lad Drowns in Small Brook Near Home; Mother Finds Body; Pulmotors Fail I Europe via which Napoleon military conf) enants. was sold at anctlon to Duveen Brothers of New York fpr 400.000 francs. $13,600. It was announced today. In the cen ­ ter of the tabB is a portrait of \ poleon on porcelain, surrounded by mlnlaturcs of his marshals. ' East St. Louis. Ill- May 28 (UP) — Arrivals of planes In the prelim ­ inary heats of the first Gardner trophy race today were: From Buf ­ falo — O ’ Dell. 9:03:13 a. m.; Davis. Port Chester. — When Mr*_. Fred Irwin, wife of the superintendent or the Franklin Simon estate, near here.w ent to call her four-year- old'son, Fred, Jr., to come to lunch ­ eon shortly before 1 o'clock this afternoon, ah* found the boy's body In a small brook behind the ’ otue. «v . «■ Mrs. Irwin summoned an am ­ bulance from the Unltsd Hospital and Dr. R. A. Archibald pronounc ­ ed the boy dead when ho arrived. the hospital where doctors worked motors In an unsuccessful effort to revive him- Fred had beep playing In the yard behind the Irwin homo and along a small brook that winds through a field. No on* heard him cry out. His mother w4s prostrat- ed-ht her .discovery. ’ Dr. Amos O. Squire. County Med ­ ical Ezamler was called and per ­ mitted tha body to be removed from the hospital to the Irwin' 9:08 a. m. |. Hall. 9:32 a. From Jacksonvllle- Washlngton. May 28 (UP) — Pres ­ ident Hoover today accepted the re ­ signation of Mrs. Mabel Walker Wlllebrandt. as assistant attorncy gsneral. The president feels Mrs. Wlllebrapdt haa been a most effec ­ tive official and haa shown the ut ­ most devotion and great ability. She has received an extraordlpsxv offer which the prescient did not feel justified In asking her to de- Bareelone. May 28 (UP) — Primo De RWera. premier of Bpaln. said during a-recoptlon in-his honor to* day that a change In Spain's gov ­ ernment may occur In two years and pining that prominent men were working toward that end. Berlin. May 28 (UP) — Whit* the Countess Helga Von Monroy. 23, was held today charged with steal ­ ing her aunt's Jewclc. her fiance. Frits Von Wedel. 43. was found ahot to death In Grunewald, a'su ­ burb. Police said he committed suicide. Rome. May 28 (UP) — Four Italian filers were killed during th* night when a bombing plane flying from Pisa to Lonate-Possolo crashed Into a wall of rock In the Appcnlnes during a blinding storm. Tho trag ­ edy occurred on Mounts Oraaro. near Gornlgllo. I for modification -of the old_ secrscy rule* under which the Sen-' ate has- considered presidential no ­ minations In executive sessions. Berlin. May 28 (UP)-SThe repar ­ ations negotiations at Paris have \ b fresh profrts* In the last 24 hours and agreemAl haa been reached on 90 per cent of the polnla dispute, the United' Press Vos ’ Informed on goqd authority today. TRAFFIC COP HIT BY AUTO; IS BRUISED — Grancy Struck While oi Duty at Hamilton and Lexington Avenues — / Uniform Torn Patrolman Charles Graney, 264 South Lexington avenue, .was slight ­ ly Injured late yesterday afternoon when he was struck by an auto driven by William Hetlerbrandt. 27 Brookfield street, while he was on traffic duty at the Intersection of Hamilton and Lexington avenue*. Patrolmen Grancy received bruis ­ es to th* left leg. HI* trousers were torn and he went home and changed and returned to duty, com- ' 1* shift until midnight, iplaint was made against Hetlerbrandt. RULES ON GAS TAX r vehicles is n municipally o LINDBERGH AND BRIDE ON HONEYMOON (Continued on Page Three) Elude Hunter* of Press and Public After a Surprise Wedding at the Morrow Home Englewood. N. J. May 28 .»>- Col Charles Augustus Lindbergh and his bride. Ambassador Dwight W. Morrow ’ s daughter Anne, hav* \vanished.\ Trace of them was lost late yes ­ terday after they had been wed. without advance notice. In the Am ­ bassador's stately home here. From then to afternoon today, definite -ord of the whereabouts of the nee \Lone Eagle\ was lacking. While every means of modern lo­ comotion were pressed Into service Local merchant protests award of to trace the honeymoon couple — ring contract. Pag* X ^ff- mo4dr . Colored woman allege, dtscrtmlna- -fclndberghs hid. secure from -the 1 tlon. Page 1 curious and the scores of newspa- camerameft Harry Singer and John L. Leahy Sub ­ mit Lowest Esti ­ mates on Plumbing and Heating Systems — To Award Con ­ tracts Monday- Three Westchester firms , proved to be lcrw*>*t. bidders ' on the three sepanie bids for the alteration, plumbing and heating systems for the. additions to be made to the cdurt house here this summer wheii the bids oPytwenty contractors seeking :n'e work were opened by Clerk Fred L. Merritt of the Board of Supervisors. The lowrst at the eight bidders on the general alterations of th* court house, affecting the fifth, and sixth floors, and affording consid ­ erable more office space, was th* 'Relsdorff Company of Tuekahos, with a bid of $62.90(1. under the ma ­ jority of the other bidders by more than 810.000. On the second type of bGt*. those for the plumbing and drainage, the lowest bidder was Harry Singer of White Plains, with a' figure of 81.041, On the third type of bid*, that for the Installation of a heating system to care for the added office space, another Wilt* Plains bidder. John J. Leahy: was low. with 81.720. The bids wlU all he referred to 1 the next meeting of the Board of Supervisors, to be held next Mon- fore the end of the year Th* plana are prepared by B. V. Morris. N'rw York City, architect, who will .su­ pervise the construction. Thirty contractors were assem ­ bled In the Supervisors Chambers this morning when the bids were, opened by Mr. Merritt. aMstgd by County Building Superintendent Al ­ bert N. Garthwaite of.Yonkers, and Local contractors receive Court airports, persons ratched. House Job. Above the water* of Long Island | 6. A. R. Poat he ad li Sound, they roared about In planes Da Y order. Pag* 1 seeking a t Pag* 1 subject to yMebl _- At North Haven. Me, me state tax or two cents a gallon ,5,^ plelure< , M the enacted by the Legt*l* ure at It. , cenc of the undbergh wedding, last session, according to a form, j watchful news men camped, on the opinion given by Attorney General ! _______ Hamilton Ward. (Continued on Page Six) Wills-Himter Lose Miss Bennett, England^-at^SCochet, France, Defeat Americans in Mixed Doubles; Second Victory 1n Two Years ^ Rolland Garros Stadium. Auteui!, j years that the American paid had France. May 28-Miss Eileen ,Ben-1 l<wt to , h( , h^nco -cngllsh eombln- «- — courts mixed doubles championship 1 doqjile* pla), and a* in -1938. It waa for the second consecutive \Hhe I the superiority of Cochet over hire today, defeating Miss Helen I Hunter that turned th* decision. Wills and Frank Hunter, of the -Miss Wills played Mias Bennett United States. In straight seta. 6 — 3. on better than even terms, but, was ! unable to cope s-ith the masterful was' .the second Urns In two I stroking of the French ace-. a \honeymoon Knights of Columbus to hold Me ­ morial Day maaa. Page 1 ” Y\ dormitory msn hold \town meetings.” Page L 2nd. Section School head to . address Exchange Club. Page « MsGeory hops, to settle strike soon. ’ Pnge 8 County students attend d i Pie Israel theater Noble School glvsa dipt ~Y- “ y Page t STEARNS-KNIGHT WILLYS-KNIGHT WHIPPET MODERNLY EQUIPPED SERVICE STATION USED CARS LARGEST STOCK OF PARTS IN COUNTY RICE BROS. MOTOR COMPANY Sale* — 51 Mamaroneck Ave, W. P. 8668-9 Service — 610 Mamaroneck Ana.

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