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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, June 03, 1929, Image 2

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THE DAIT.Y PRESS. WHITE PLAINS, N. Y., MONDAY, JLNE J. 1929 r Where Fire Caused $40,000 Damagi \e to Dairy D&)R5flT Police Rescue Paul R. Clark. While Yacht Crew Pick# Up Two Other*; Wind* Cause Trouble Ex-Columbia Student To He Return cd-to Comity Jail —Hearing on Writ I* Set For Friday Continuing hi* fight to get out of graduates* banquet \H» a a nob.\ Rogers said \You will find It Just as easy to marry th* bosses' daugh- ler as the stenographer. Dress, speak and act like a gentleman and you .will be surprised at the amount of murder you can get away of habcu returnable on Friday, f Justice* George H. Taylor. Jr., ! signed the wrtt which will bring Hloane back to the County Jail | from Sing Sing for the argument I' on the writ. Sloan* was convicted and sen- i fenced for stealing an automobUe In Mount Vernon. Later additional I time was added to bis term when ha Was found guilty after a trial In /which he conducted his own de ­ fease of possessing metal knuckles pair .of trousers. Keep one suit of rlothcs pressed every week. Never buy ahoea un- lesa you buy shoe tree* for them. Keep them shined, shave yourself and never wear the same collar at night which you wear all day.\ The professor warned the seniors against \going to the level of the crowd.\ He said college graduates belonged to a select groupt and thfy should conduct themselves as superior Individuals. Ja'mr* Wilkinaon Held For Grand Jury - — Alleged to Have Slashed Colored Girl' Here So, lifting our daaed ayes from the deluge of brightly col ­ ored lo cket s, we can only say: \Crane and sec for yourself!\ j by AcUng Judge Frederick H. tl I Berges. Jr, for the Grand Jury on .hargre of aaaault lo the first de ­ gree. Wilkinson is charged with stab ­ bing Cahrle Young, colored. 4* Win cheater street, on the night of Maj y, while she was walking down Winchester street toward her home He fled following the alleged slabbing and was arrested earty this morning by Patrolmen Cruexur and Whalen of the • Mount Klsco police add brought back to face the and J. Sullo. Th* injured girl has been In th« Whit* PI si as Hospital tines the night of the slli'fced stabbing and was assisted Into the court room today to swear to the InformaUoa charging Wilkinson with the a* r.sulL Her Injury was at first be ­ lieved to be not serious but It lat ­ er developed that the knife wound under her left ahoulder was dan ­ gerously near her heart. BOY HURT Wife Alleges Her Husband Used Gun New Rochelle Ball Player Sprain Muscle in Game al Burke Foundation Harry Frledgen and his son Hsl-ih. Harrison. N. J, were blown on to Huckleberry Island. The po- llcr r.arbor'VatroI went to their ras- A i»rri** of actions on the part of Archer H. Grieve of Saw Mill Riv ­ er Road, Worthington, culminated Sunday morning with an attempt by_hlru lo kill Uls wife, according to Greenburgh police. Shortl^ad- ter he had arisen, he return dto the bedroom with a 12-gauge shot ­ gun and fired one barrel at her. The charge mimed Mr*. Grieve, but tore a iwo-lnen hole through, the wall of the bedroom. Mrs. Grieve notified Greenburgh police and Officer Dunrkel wn« de ­ tailed to lnvasUgate. He confiscat ­ ed the shotgun. Mrs. Grieve could offer no explanation for her hus ­ band's conduct. She did not j nake any charge against him. William Martin. * 19. of May street. New Rochelle, was injured while playing ball at the Burke Foundation hfre Saturday after- ( Continued From Page One) taken to the White Plains In the police patrol by n JJextcr snd Horton etui ITVJtj_and Klein said JllAl a muscle In his right spltal authorities reported the Civil War and Mr. O'Brien him ­ self was s captain of the 69th reg- knent. New York National Guard. He was g graduate of Manhattan College where he distinguished him ­ self In both scholastic and athletic endeavors, there, captaining the baaabell and football teams. At Harvard where be studied law. be RARE OPPORTUNITY MOUNT VKKNON MAN DROWNED Hampton Bays. U I, June S • UP) — Almonxear Labrie. 22. of Mt. Vernon. N. Y„ was drowned here Saturday afternoon while swim ­ ming. Labrie was a aailor on the yacht of T. C. Estes, who has a summer horns here. For tin; convenience of our pat ­ rons.. the business office of The Dally Press Is open every evening until 8 o'clock. Glendale. Calif.. June 3 (UPTV Jackle Coogan. youthful film acrar, was recovering today after an oper ­ ation for acute appendicitis. He was stricken yesterday and tajten to the Physicians' and Surgeons' Hospital for -the operation. ’ ' BEFORE YOU GO SHOPPING consult THE DAILY PRESS, where you will find the announce ­ ments of several of Jhe high- grade stores In White Plains. the John Mar- Gcorgs Kingsbury, former at ­ tendant al Grasslands Hospital, is being sought by state police here on s charge of robbery. It is claim ­ ed that Kingsbury, who was dis ­ charged by the hospital on May 31, stole 133 from a patient before leav ­ ing on the morning of June L gain at SISAOO. |& jfEUER & AUERBAt The Out ­ standing Mystery Novel of the Year The above picture shows the top of the building where fire started in Willow Brook Dairy, New Rochelle. Firemen were kept at the scene until 5:10 a. m. Saturday when the Recall was sounded. * EXPLORER FOUND Oslo, June S (UP) — The last of arse members of a German fllm- ■f party who were lost In the Arc- le sine* May 26 were found today p expeditions which searched for COUNTER CHARGE Two Men Engage in Fight Main Street; One Treated By Doctor nue. and J. W. Bailey, ghapham Court, were arrested on counter | charge* of assault In tbs third-de ­ gree following a disagreement last 1 night on the corner of Main street and Mamaroneck avenue. Tfcey were arrested by Patrolman Briggs who later took Bailey to the White Plains Hospital whrrs he was Created by Dr. Davtdlan for a cut over the left eye. Both left 330 ball for tbelr appearance In Court Chief Joyce in Hi^Reporrto Commissioner Cooper Says Felonies Increased. But Arrests Declined New Rochelle Store Owner Charged With Setting Fire to Store Before the County Court Arrests made by police her* dur ­ ing the month of May showed a slight decline under the total for April, according to the monthly police report in the office of Com ­ missioner of Public Safety Alonso P. Cooper thla morning. There were only 373 arrests during May. compared with more than 400 for ApriL Arrest* for felonies were greatrr. however, there being nine In May. compared with six In ApriL Dur- one arson, one suspicion of felony, two assault* In the second degree, three grand larceny, and one vio ­ lation of the Sullivan law In rela ­ tion to possession of concealed There wka only on* arrest for violation of the Volaled Act and only two for vagrancy, both show ­ ing a decrease under the preceding month. Twenty-two were arrested and convicted of public IntoxicaUon and 23 rooming house proprietors were arrested for violations of the new \flop house\ law which went InttK. effect May X. Of those, the majority have been - disposed of. several paying fines of 310 or more. Other cases held up pending the handing down of a decision by Su ­ preme Court 41 usUce Bleakley on the validity of the citizenship I clause will com* up in City Court this week. The decision doe* not materially affect the disposition of the oases pending, with one excep ­ tion. since only one proprietor was denied a license solely on the ground of being an alien. The case of Manuel Carvallo, who brought suit against the city. Is on the City Court calendar for Wed- More than 190 motorists war* ar ­ rested or summonsed for traffic violations Of the total of 273 ar ­ rests for the month, there were 262 convictions, 67 were dismissed, S3 are still pending, and IS were turn ­ ed over lo other official*. OBITUARY Tbs funeral of James B. Gillie, a former resident of White Plains, wbo died at the home of his son. AusUn-Oim*. of Woodbury. NT J. WILLIAM LYON PHELPS Sty. j J. Lester Albertson Is prosecuting Tri«. Tnl. i A- the case snd Frank Saporito of * rl * ices Mount Vernon Is defending Seldr. t,. r |.' ;lr |, a a The trial 1* expected to be com- the pleted today with a verdict possibly ancc ( 4sw by night Selde Is said to have owned the Thre* Yc store where the fire occurred. Fire- * nt confine/ men testified si Krakauer's trial lo ln fi «rralg *** finding oil soaked cloths In the Judge Seely hlte building. charges of A Jury was drawn this morning “ re Anthon > of and the state began presenting Its street. Mict her case shortly after 10 o'clock. avenue, am lgb- After Indictment of the two men. 1,9 Clifton ter*. Saporito secured separate trials on VThey we ffer- the ground that Krakauer was theft nlornlng b see- serving sentence In Sing Sing for j Lose* of tl the , burglary and his presence jointly • after they r. J. 1 before the bench with Selde would and create, sent prejudice the case agrjtnst the lal- Ardalry Ro “ The Black Circle is One of the Most Wildly Excit- Selde'* chief defense, it was Indi ­ cated. will be the fact that he him ­ self carried no Insurance on his store and had made no attempt to collect any. Testimony this morning was con ­ fined to four witnesses, each of whom appeared In th# earlier trial of Krakauer on the same charge of ing Novels Ever Read. Continued Screeching of Bird Arouse* Scandale Resident Who SlajflKIl No longer will the home of Mlu Elsie Brooks, 7 Fulton street, re ­ sound with th* shrill calls of \Polly\ wanting a cracker. \Polly\ They were Jacob Grab, owner of the premises in Mechanic street. New Rochelle, who testified with regard to th* lease of the dress goods shop to Selde and to th# cel- Ur of the place, with 1 particular thU morning were Charles A. Hughes, an engineer who drew plana of tba house and street; Hen ­ ry C. ReUter. a photographer, who Identified pictures, and Fannie Al ­ las, a tenant of t he house In qura- OPEN EVENINGS SOON STARTINQ DETECTIVE STORY MANSFIELD SCOTT

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