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Second Section Second Section WHITE PLAINS, N. Y„ TUESDAY, MAY 28. 1921 GUILTY Nine Conoids, First Pleading Perfect Attendance Marks of Local Schools, Released Over Past Week, Show High A verage Schools Marking Reports On Marks of Past Term List Large Number of.Students on Honor Rolls for Past Quarter. Was On Water Wagon But Police Said He Was Drunk; Arrested Hartford. Conn.. May 28 (UP) — Jenifer Grant waa on the water wagon. That'* where police found him. But police raid he war drunk. Grant waa arrested on a charge that hasn't been preferred In local police court In year*, that of \driv ­ ing a horse-drawn vehicle while under the Influence of Innocence, Change Minds And Are Sentenced by judge Close Re-appear Before County Court Because of Technicality in For­ mer Arraignments. . Sentence Deferred in Case of Samuel Wallace. “ Mayor ” Clark W. Hildreth Presides at Dinner Session Enlcrainment Make the Evening Enjoyable / Members of the Y. M. C. dCdor- mltory organisation, known as- the “ Y Village.\ gathered last evening In the association hall In what was termed a “town meeting\ under the direction of Clark W Hildreth. “Mayor\ of the village and. consid ­ ering the fact that this la the first meeUng of its klhd held in the his ­ tory of the organization, a moat successful affair waa sponsored. Songs with plenty of volume, speaking, but not too much of that, solo*, tricks that were both mysti ­ fying and entertaining. a*d a gen ­ eral spirit of cordiality marked the banquet which was arranged under the direction of R. H. Beck, men's secretary of the Y. M. C. A. Clark W. Hildreth*wo* toastmas ­ ter. Guests Included Mias Kathryn Co*, recent winner of the \Miss White'Plains\ beauty title. James Stevenson, president of the Y. M. C. A., and T. H. Flies, chairman of the Y. M. C. A. house committee. Both Mr. Stevenson and Mr. Flies spoke briefly, the silbstance of their Robert HUL a glass worker of and Mid be had reached tb* Bellefonte, Props, pleaded guilty year m high school. He «e- to forgery In the third degree and cl>r , d be bad no former criminal was sentenced to five year* with rBcor(t _ credit for time already served. Hill Tony gimonettt White Plains, pleaded for leniency *rut Judge also was arraigned for pleading. Close said he could show no jits- H , pleaded not guilty and was re ­ crimination In such case* bretight roanded for trial. His ball was con- back on technicalities. tlnued. He is represented by Ste- Jamrs IL Thoms*, of Ports- phen R. J. Roach. While Plains, mouth. Vs , pleaded guilty to fo'rg- ___r_ ~ cry In the third degree and was given the same sentence as form-; P»H». May 2* (UP) — Sever* Lhun- rrly. from two and one half to five deretorm* throughout France have year* • He pleaded that he was |nj=« “ « d damage to life and property prison only because be hadbroken 1 durjM the last his parole and gone to Atlantic Two *°ldl \* were killed by Ught- Clty Instead of remaining In this near Nancy. A ch.urch •» Neol- state. but Judge Close refused to d «*r°yed by Ughtni: rg and extend any leniency. - * hrn wer * d * m ** wl “ , -* dnon , James Wesley, 41. of New York enee. ____________ - r, City, pleaded guilty to burglary In “ GRANDMA'S ” BIG DAT the third degree and was sentenced New Hsven. Conn.. May .*21 (UP) to five years each on two counts. — “ Grandma\ OtlllUa Christina Pro- the Bmeners to run concurrently vo. 75. waa “ resting up\ at )ier home Wesley had burglarized the Booth In Woodroonl today after n big day. and Scott homes In Ueimaroneck in “ Grandma ” accomplished two Ufa 1025 and was originally sentenced long ambitions in one day yeeter- for these crime* In November of day. taking a ride In as 'airplane at that year He ndmlttfd two prevl- Bethany field and viev/ing a pro- one convictions, both for burglary fesslonal boxing match 'of the arena. Nine convicts from Great Mea ­ dows Prison who had previously pleaded not guilty to Indictments returned against them changed their mind* during last weok and were before County Court Judge Frederick P. Close yesterday for sentence. The men were brought back for re-sentence because of a technicality In their former ar ­ raignments. In each cose .where sentence was passed today, with one exception. Judge Close gave the same sentence as originally Im ­ posed. with credit for Unit served Anthony Parson*, negro, pleaded guilty to third degree burglary and to second-degree assaifit and was sentenced.lo Bve years on the first and three years on the second- He was bom In Mamsroneck. is 25. and his last address wo* 499 Fifth avenue. New Rochelle. He Is a laborer- Single and served lime In New Rochelle in 1919 for an offnse which, he said today, he \forgot to remember.\ ^ Frank Perns., of 343 Mosher street. Greenwich, pleaded guilty to third degree burglary In Port Ches ­ ter in April. 1928) He was assigned counsel In Thoit|a» K. J. Connolly of Port ’ Chester, perns Is single, a laborer, and sold hfc-was temperate Sentence was deferred. George A. Cdnktfn. 50. of North Salem, pleaded guilty to a serious offense against a wqmnn of that town, and won sentenced to from five to 10 years. Samuel Wallace, who said he wa* from Chicago, pleaded guilty to grand larceny In the second degree. ASSAULT CASE Grand Jnry Deliberating on Os ­ sining Negro Charged With Slashing Wife William Phipps, of PeektkJll. pleaded guilty to a serious offense against a young woman of that vil ­ lage last year. He Is 21. a native cn Niagara Falls, and a laborer. He slated he Is temperate but his rec ­ ord showed several prior convic ­ tions. He was remanded for sen ­ tence Inter. the May Grand Jury. Several al ­ leged witnesses to the assault are present from Ossining. Caudle Is charged with having slashed his wife. Leola Caudle, with a knife three weeks ago. He waiv ­ ed examination and wa* ordered held for the Grand Jury on the as ­ sault charge. Jealousy Is said to — ------ have been the motive back of the hospital wher assault by Caddie on hi* wife who mediately afll 7A Grades: Peter Fagan. a Ken- neth Jeffry. Lawrence Llfrlerl. Vin ­ cent Jalmlerl, Gustav Tsakanlka. Jeannette Brandt. Ellen Fagan, In ­ grid Moberg, Phllomcna Morablto. Marls Salvo, Helen Somme, Eliza ­ beth Rosch, Yvonne Von Deredt. Willard Davidson. . Roger Davis. Ward Doyle. Joseph Guardlno. Lou ­ is LJf^irl. James j Martino, Frank Monda. Robert Moore. Eugene Val- entinl. Marlon AddKfon. Leola Hed- ley. Florence Mode. Helen Rosado. Marjorie Rowe. Irene Seward. Ruth Underkoffler. Elvah Watera. 8B Gradea — Maryar.ne Kowang. Agnea Lundberg, Martin Connelly George Griffin. Ralph Jackson. -Kenneth Sweet. Edgar Wile. Rob ­ ert Arnold. Concetti Barresl, Wal ­ ter Duryea, James Dalrymple. Lil ­ lian Fuslllo, Read Jewett, Herbert Johnson, Mary Anne Morzillo, Thomas O ’ Belrne, Alexander Par- Ise. Frank Richards. Alice Sisson. Leonard Schllcting. Phyllis Tie- bout. Peter Thomas, Victor Wolff. 8A Grades — Marjorie Griffin. Marguerite Kuhlman. Mildred Mode.'Lucia Rausch. Dorothy Van Duyne, Wolcott Bosworth, Halsey Bullen. John Burke. Alan Ewald. Philip Hurd. John Kennedy. Robo»*l Murphy, Walter O'Conner. James Downs. Donald Ferris. Frank Maa- terson. William Popper. Robert Swartwout. Elinor. Dwyer. Margar ­ et Hunt. Helen Oslrnudcr. Ellen Richards. Bertha Salvo. Lavalne Seaver. Olga Biruk. Lena Clara- mello. Marie Dl Benedetto. Anna Faulkner. Olga Janera Frances Kolefr. Mary Maaterson. Evelyn Murphy. Evelyn Starkey. Penelope Tsakanlka, Louis Coupe. Donald Doyle. Harold Fuchs, Chnrles Her ­ man. William Ruble. Roger Shoe- YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVfTED TO ^TTEND THE remarks being that the spirit of friendliness and co-operation was all needed to make the Y. M. C. A. continue Its progress In the future as It has done In the past. An extensive program of enter ­ tainment was carried out at the conclusion of the supper. The Fel ­ lowship trio: Carl Richmond, vio ­ linist. Charles Locke, 'cdllo. and J. B. Berkochl, pianist, gave several selections that were favorably re ­ ceived. Henry Ebeltng. E. H. Den ­ man. physical Instructor of the Y. M. C. A-. Miss Cox and Mr. Hildreth Fifth Grade — Frances Bohlmsnn, Elizabeth Frost. Carmel Izzo, Ger ­ trude Brunneman, Anne Schmidt, June DeForesl. Ada Segur. Flor ­ ence Giordano, Winifred Elliott Harriet Glover. Vincent Boccum- Ini. Pietro Boelle. Edward Frost. Harry Griffin. Robert Mowbray. John Godman. Vernon Hart. Eu ­ gene Calandrucel, Herbert Wesley, John Donaldson. Fourth Grade — Arlene Spaulding. Viola Strllowich. Dawn Wollack. Norman Horner. Clarence Flold, Lawrence Ernst. Thomas Frost. Frank Giordano. Louis- DePalo, Samson Coles. <' Third Grade — Florence Hawkrs. Dorothy Getchell, Pin Camplgllonl. Peter Potorti. George Barlic. Eu ­ gene Thomas, Louis Scmbcninl. Second Grade — Beatrice Barllr. Anna Mitchell. Easie Turner, Grace Brown,- Rebecca Brown. Euntco DeForeet. Pasqualina Delco. Mar- Inn Malaney. Helen Nortler, jSal- villa Tillman. Bruce Franca. Pgjer Poll. Frank Ruta, Arthur McClure. Frederick Evans. Albert Dlllman. Joseph Laufer, Edward Lynch, Er ­ nest Nervlk. Francis Meehan. First Grade — Mary Potorti. Dor ­ othy Stevens, Sadie Corlgllano. Mary Griffin. Conchcttg Franco, Muriel Hawks. Elsie Turner. Rose DiBescIgla, James Byrne. Robert Hamilton. John Griffin. Anthony Gullo, James Delco. Kindergarten — Mary Varvara. Jo ­ sephine Gullo. Marjorie Brunne ­ man. John Laufer. Thompson Stev- Addilional features-of the entw- talnment were animal Imitations and card tricks by Gus De Wilde, and accordion solos by William fehlnd. The tables were arranged so that the occupants of each, floor were seated at a table. During the course of the evening, singing con ­ tests wsro led by Ffnnlt Gardner Smith, general secretary of the Y. M. C. A., and It was generally agreed that the fourth floor dormi ­ tory occupant* were by far the most tuneful and lusty of the etng- at Femcliff Cemetery, near Ardsley, Westchester County, New ’ MEMORIAL DAY, MAY 30, 1929 Dedication' Address at Three O ’ clock Much of the success or tho din- ! ner was due to the efficient service rendered by the girl* who served. They Included the Misses Gertrude Ehrhart, Mao' Louise Else. Ethel Sanford. Sally Hodgdon. Dorothy Jahn and Josephine Files. \Miss E. Spendley, Mrs. Walter Rogers and Mrs. O. Weber superintended the serving of the meaf. Interment in community mau ­ soleums has come into such favor in the last decade that we believe you will welcome the opportunity to witness the dedication of New York ’ s lat ­ est and most modern structure ... FerncliffMausolcum, in Fern- cliff Cemetery, near Ardsley, Westchester County, New York. ...Therefore, this cordial invi­ tation to attend the formal opening, Memorial Day, May 30. Dedication address will be delivered at three o ’ clock. If you have not as yet seen a community mausoleum, an inspection of Femcliff with its modem, economical and im ­ pressively beautiful method of housing the dead will prove a revelation to you. Observe the majestic beauty of its halls, private rooms and c ry pt s , em ­ phasizing the grandeur and fair promise of life hereafter. ...Then recall the last ground burial you attended. In this way you will learn why thou ­ sands ate turning to Mauso ­ leum Burial to honor their SHACK BURNED Fire Destroy! Plsy Shack of Brook ­ field Streel Children; Cause of Blaze Unknown Fir* late •yesterday afternoon de ­ stroyed a children's play shack in the rear of 114 Brookfield street. The alarm sent In from Box 32 at Martine avenue and Brookfield street, was answered by Truck 1 Engines 2. 4 and 5 and the Patrol under Lieut. Eugyie Sayre. The cause of the blaze Is un known, although firemen who found aij oil stove thougHt that children playing htere had probably set It on fire. The rear of an adjoining building was not burned. MamaronecU Avenue School The names of those pupils In the Junior division of the Mamaroncek Avenue School who have been nei ­ ther absent nor tardy since the be ­ ginning of the present term are given below. 7B ’ class — Theresa Lang. Helen Mllich. Doris Young. Theodore Cot ­ ter. Frederick Doermer and Ray ­ mond Lynch. 7A' Class — Iona Clark. Eleanor Hall and Elmer Westdnhl. 8B-1 Class — John Lewendon. Rl- l cliard Reid. Margaret Hammond. Jean Heath and Alice Reynolds. SB-2 Class — Charlotte Spink. Jack 1 Dllger, Arthur Louv. Louise Ober- i hauaer and Richard Ten Eiek. 8A-1 Class — Arthur Eklrch. Roger ' Horton. William Miller. Daniel Ox* vath. James Schnepel. Jullannr , Acher. Lola Hunncwcll. Amanda ; McCloy. Dorothy Mcincke, Elisa ­ beth Miller and Joan Woodhouse 8A-2 Class — Olga Heber. Arthur Ozsvath and Clement Scofield. 9B-1 Class — Dorothy Cherry. John Ertxon. Audrey Pterdon and Mar ­ garet Stanlon. 9B-2 Class — Richard Lehman. Da ­ vid Parkinson and Alfred Wolff. 9A-1 Class — Charles Strateman. Alfred Thompson, Amy Ransom, and Margaret Stevenson. 9A-2 Class — William Boynton, Ja ­ son Parker. Wilkin Westdahl. Jul ­ ius Wile. Meredith Wllterdlnk. Lury Belle Bennett. Mildred Bowes and Alice Shoemaker. The names of those pupils In the llemetttazx.division of the Mimiro- neck Avenue School who have been neither absent nor tardy since the beglnuning of the present term are given below. Kindergarten A (Mrs. Arm ­ strong) — Lucy Ludwig; IB Class — Oliver Dotterwlch; 1A Class (Mrs. Armstrong) — Morton Connelly; 1A Class (Miss Lyman) — Henning Lundmark. 2B Class — Harriett Bertlne, Mar ­ garet Dynan. Norma Kaplan. Janet Lcddy, Peggy Sage. Barbara Schro- yer, Richard MacDonald. Billy Waters and William Jackson; 2A-1 Class — Russel Karlen. Harry Meda- nlch and Jean Rogers; 2 A -2 Class- Billy Chambers, Flilomens Alta- muro and Geraldine Cotter. 3B Class — Janet Beckman. Mil­ dred Hesses William Ralston and John Rohrs; 3A Class — Elisabeth Marshall, Betty- Guthrldge. Alice Ball. Virginia Meehan. James Falsa clough, John Mann and Kenneth *Cy ” Howe Succeeds Emmerick On Press Kindergarten — Robert Malle*. Howard Wilson. Margaret Fetlls. ■ Olive Gosse. Agnes Odell, Lucille ; Psrsdtso, Frances Schiller. First Grades — William Doyle. : Patsy Oliva. Wallace Pepper. Leon Podkamlner, George Simpson, Mar ­ garet Culyer. Charlotte Sayman. ; Marcia Thompson. Stewart Potter, i Mudrlok Webber, Charles Wilson, ! Byron Klngery. Second Grades — Edwnrd Bough- ton. William Gulon. Lloyd Hcssels, ; Russell Johnson. Henry Van Scoy. ' Durrant Wright. Louisa Bacchloc- 1 che. Jeon Norton. Muriel Dulgnan, Alice Hlrschmann, Martha Hopkins Alvin DeLorme. Donald Dulgnan. Robert Mode, William Nelson, Cam ­ eron Webber. Gllda Olina. Third Grades — Frances Jenkes, Vera Maher, Davlna McLean. Fos ­ ter Christie, Thomas Simpson, Wil ­ liam Eby, Frederick Flagg. Robert McGowan. Edward Town*. Gunnar Nelson. Robert Potter, Jennie Di- Palma. Vivian Graether. Virginia Lattman. Marlon Lewis, Virginia Fourth Grades — Collins Brevoort. j George -Grelm. Howard Kelly. Aud- ' rey Bailey, Virginia Cotter, Cather- Ine Crorier, Marguerite Ebel Mary Ferravante. Pearl Garrett, Phebe Holden, Josephine Matrango. Anna Podamlner. Marguerite Rosado, Doris Wans tall. Waller Aube!. Wil ­ liam Devereaux, Carlo Guardlno. Francis Maher, Walker Martin. Raymond Oeftlger. Alfred Turin. Clifford Way Sidney Sosman Ger ­ ald Whalen. Charter Wletlng, Mar ­ garet Becker, Helen Klely, Gene Kelthley. Dorl* Koller. Helerv-MIliie. Edith Oliva. Chrletlne Shoemaker. Robert J. Emmerick. who has been assistant advertising manager of The Dally Press since Its Incep ­ tion on April 1. has been promoted to the position of advertising man ­ ager of The Dally Time* In- Ma maroneck and assumed his duties today. Mr. Emmerick has a host of friends In White Plains who will, no doubt, be pleased to learn of Ills new enterprise. Prior to com ­ ing to this new newspaper, he was associated with The Observer-Dis ­ patch In Utica, N. Y. ® Cyrus Howe has been appointed as assistant advertising manager of The Daily Press in Mr. Emmerick'* place. f r ! re*-,. — -:- ■ ■ * Crypts provide a permanent abiding plait and Niches for V np — the fm oitpmisUi resting plan tpptal to persons who dread ground burial tb* ashes of your beho o d ernes; secure for all ts « \ \ In America ’ s Only Above-Ground Mausoleunh Park Within a few minutes by automobile, bus or train from Neiidkbrk City line. NOT-GUILTY Newton. f.T M.y 28 (UP),- , Merton Hankins. Sandyston. N. J, ; of shooUng at the dirigible Los An ­ geles on September 0, 1928. and at ­ tacking has one Ume friend. Ellas Hurah. Reran*, N. J, has been ac ­ quitted on both charges by three Juries. LINCOLN MEMORIAL, Washington, D. C (at left) construction directed by Mr. James Baird, as V. Vice President of the^Gcorge A. Fuller Co. Mr. Baird also built Femcliff Mausoleum. yf Coupon j L. Femcliff ’ s massive bronze gates were made by the Gorham Company. Electric y [r y\ ’ ^g,**?,\^** V fixtures are the work of Edward F. Caldwell Company. The building is' y' w H k QW n finished in Alabama Cream Marble. ^ - / FBRNCL1FF CEMETERY „ ./ MAUSOLEUM COMPANY Whether you are able to visit Fern cliff bn Memorial Day or not, y / S66 Madison Avqno*. New York City B Jv send the coupon'for illustrated booklet.describing it. For- / Ti inbn e n MwwHIB t ?44 *' IH u B . . .'v ward looking men nad women now are making pro- rt.». ...d m. w>W.i°Mi oition O. mr rm. I *\v viitnnl (nr nrnnrr Jntrrmrnr nf fkrir'fnniiln-l- ' ./ ** ard Requa. Roger Slrause. and Murray Whitehlll. 6B Class — Phillis. Ward and Ann Louise Wolff; 5A-1 Cldsi — Robert Fldler. William Medanich. Harry Miller. Cynthia Sergeant and Eve ­ lyn Wager; 5A-2 Qlaae — Frances Cuerier. Mary Heber. Grace Plato and Francis Perrault. 6B Class — Frank Kahn. Whitney lewendon. Arnold Lorraine and JJernlce Hecbt; 6 A-t Class — Betty Clawson. Arnold Bordewlch. Betty Bishop, Muriel Rsttner, Solomon Naldlch, Janice Leonard add Agnea Klernan; 5A-2 Class — Robert Mann. Thomson Miller. Frank - Nltschke Van Duyne, Tyko Wlrta. Helen Ar- ----- - --------- - --------- , ----- cher, Wss t fB r~Arnold Mary Burke. : Zelgler. Bernadette Doecher, Helen Culyer. 4B Close-Marilyn Bragdon. Eve Elizabeth Grelm. Jean Fettls. - lyn Dickie. Eva Hamilton. Dorothy Gertrude Kelly. Adele Mackle. Mar- ; Koeeblln, Elixabelh Walker. Rob-

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