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Wh* Mia pres* 9200 WHITE PLAINS, N.Y-.'VfcDNhMiXi, juLi Vi! »n 9200 Yonkers to Sell Sewer Line For $425,000; County Will Spend $9,000,000 for Sewers Qly end Supervisor* Reach Agreement In Controversy Over New Trunk Lines ; Tax ­ payers May -Get Refund. The Budget and Appropriation* C nmml tt m of th \ vu unofficially districts there has been contention for two months, and will also 1 the award to Tonkin i for the taking or« the exiiUng Nepperhan Valley ar In Tonkin aa a portion ortho now county Nupperbaa Valley While this report was reached at the re ­ cent publle bearing held by the committee, together with an agree ­ ment that Tonkin properties shall not be forced to pay any taxes on the county aewer for fire yean, a technical point held up the report until today. The point was tbaleja] right of the county to pay bact^to property owners any monies already paid by these ownen for public Im ­ provements. The lege] technical ­ ity. It, was feared, might Invalidate any. county bonds or certificates Issued for the building of the two trunk sewers. To Fay Yonkers UiSfiOO Under the provision now reached. It Is said, the county will pay to Tonkaro $435,000 for the existing local sewer and for right of way for the new Nepperhan. eewer. discovered that . certain assess ­ ments on the Yonkers dty sewer had been fully paid by. the Yonk ­ ers property owners, and the ques ­ tion then arose as to the manner In which these property owners could be reimbursed. This Issue la now to be paxaed on to the dty by the county, contingent upon the city's withdrawing Us former opposition to the sewers and co ­ operating with the county. - The two large aewer projects, the North Yonkers and the Nepperhan Valley trunk sewers, calling for an outlay of more than $8,000,00$, with a new disposal plant to be eroded In Yonkers, and Including Hudson River to rid that river of raw sawaga pollution, represent plan s of the Westchester County Opposition presence of another disposal plant In the city. Later' the opposition shifted tbs charge that the dty would be eisesss ri twice for eewer fadlltlSs In the Nepperhan Valley. se th# local aewer having beta plated there two years ago. After many conferences and de ­ liberations, at the last public hear ­ ing It was practically agreed that th j county would taka .over the existing Nepperhan Vallyr sewer Yonkers, the first portion built 1911 and 1813 and the second lirr. It was found that of the total oost of $606,000 for these two sec ­ tions. $33X000 In bonds for the see- 1 section were still In the hands the dty. It was found-legally possible for the c unty to take 'lass and retmburs' tbs dty. The question then arose as to the disposition of the remaining $100,000, in round figures, to be paid the dty for the local sewer. County Attorney William A. David ­ son announced he could find no legal way to pay this amount to the property ownen who had paid for tho/first section of the sewer It u understood former Mayor William J. Wallin of Yonkers, who had worked on the problem before leaving for Europe last month had concurred. The county now proposes to solve this problem by paying the money to the dty and allowing It to work out Its own distribution of the money to the property owners. There la a possibility. It was said here today, that the dty may dis ­ tribute this excess fund by allow ­ ing credits against 1830 taxation on th# paresis of property In ques ­ tion which were assessed for the local aewer built in ltll-and 1813, provided this be found legal SENTENCE CUT George Denman. 36, of Cottage Place, Tarry toi n v serving a sen ­ tence in Stats Prison for grand lar ­ ceny, yesterday had his '\time\ con ­ siderably shortened whin, on in ­ tercession . from prominent persons who have Interested themselvi the young man e case. Judge ( _ _ In County Court reduced the Me year term te one and one-half yea* minimum, throe years maximum. Denmaa was charged with tbs theft of aa automobile In Tarry- - of the Incident .cldent he car 5 later friend who wrecked It In the Bronx. The bad Denman's license (llatas on at ML Vernon Lions Give Fint Check for Crippled Tot* Mount'Vernon —A check for $38 was forwarded today by the Mount Vernon Dally Ar ­ gus to the Westchester County Children's Association for the fund to send crippled children to speclsl summer emmps. The check, the fint contrlbu-' Uon In the campaign, came from the Mount Vernon Llone Club. At the weekly luncheon yesterday the campaign was mentioned and the club voted to send the $38 check. TRAIN TOSSES POLICE DOG » Animal Escapes With Broken Foot; Treated by Veterin ­ ary; Owner Not Known A female police doge caught be ­ neath the wheels of a New Tork Central train about 8:30 this morn ­ ing, managed to sacape with a frac ­ tured forefoot, although for a mo- ment It appeared as if she were doomed to be mangled by the on ­ coming train of cars. Fortunately, the dog was struck only a glancing blow and tossed to one aide. It was taken to the of ­ fice of Dr. Roy H. Spalding, vet ­ erinarian, who treated 1L There waa neither muzzle collar on Zhe dog and officials of the Board of Health were notified. Until the leg la better the dog will remain In Dr. Spalding's care, and It will then ba^taken by the dty. NAB SPEE DERS Jaime Romaths.'. This City, and “ artin Skerwin, Scartdale, Men In Public Life of County Pay Final Tribute at Funeral of Supreme Court Jusfice Mills ***■ ^ Julius Rost.ithaJ. 29 Mamaroneck avenue, waa given a summons by Patrolman McDonald for driving 53. miles an hour on North Broad ­ way. He la to appear In Qlty Court on July 33. Martin H. Sherwin. Bcarsdale, as stopped by Patrolman Bulllvan a Post road and - charged with driving 43 -milts per hour. He Is i appear In court July 19. Dominic Romeo, 11* South Lex ­ ington avenue, was given a rum- ----- hr Patrolman Back for park- lore than six Inches from the O. C. Otto, Children's Court Judge Benjamin W. Moore. Also Supervisor Charles D. Mil ­ lard, former Justice Humphrey J. Lynch, Police Chief George Atwell. Captain Michael Sllverstrln. County Attorney William A. Davidsop, City Court Judge John J. Broderick, of Yonkera, Alderman Callahan and Grlffen, City Judge Bernstein and ■Acting City Judgfc Coffey, Con greaaman Benjamin L. Fairchild, City Clerk Walter A. Waterman. Commissioner of Public Works Twldy, Water Commissioner Louis N. Ellrodt. former City Judge Me- Kennel!, and fotmrr City Clerk Wil ­ liam Curtis. Three Governor* Take the Air; One Refused to Fly With Lindbergh Eastern Point, Conn., July 17 (UP) - Three executives who never before had flown- - and one of them hod turned down a ride with Lindbergh - have been \converted\ to alr- mlndrd**- a. by John H. Trum ­ bull. Connecticut's \flying Governor.\ At the urgent behest of Governor .Trumbull, first air ­ plane trips were taken yester ­ day by Governors George H. Dcrn of Utah and Henry Les ­ lie of Indiana and Harry Les ­ lie. president pro-tem of the Oklahoma Senate. Leslie once refused an opportunity to ride with Col. Charles A. Ll.tdbergh. Bar Associations, Friends and Former Clients Send Floral Tributes. Rev. Carl C Wcist Delivers Eulogy at Service*. Mount Vernon.* Persons,hlgh I the public life of the county paid final tribute here yesterday to Isaac N. Mills , former 3upteme Court Justice, who was buried In St. Paul ’ s' Cemetery. Justice Mills was laid to rest In the cemetery where for many years In succession he had delivered a I Fourth of July address, one of the ! leading speeches of the day In the county. His brilliant career as a jurist | cloaked him even In death and , among the floral tributes was a wreath from Leonard Kip Rhine ­ lander whom Justice Mills repre ­ sented In the famous annulment suit. The Rev. Car! S. Weiet. of the First Congregational Church, con ­ ducted the services. He ouUlned Justice Mills ’ career and epoke of his qualities and abilities. Mrs. Merritt E. Tompkins sang -ead V .................... .. ....... the Bar. There were floral off cringe from the various bar associations and prominent public figures who loved the elderly Justice. Among the prominent persons who came to pay respects to the dean of the Westchester County , ___ ..... .. — ~~- bar were: (ward Winger. $0. of Philadelphia. c |? “ ? er T lle “ \ d Marblc Supreme Court Justices Adelbert was target for a dozen shots fired of Nrw Roche “ ‘ P. Rich. J. Addison Young. George from an automobile- In Rlvlngton , Hplxziro gat H Taylor. Jr. and William F. ' street early today. Two of tho \ Bleak]ey: \«arrlngton Putnam, j slugs took effect and Winger Is In Mayor James Berg, former Mayor ] the Gouverneur Hospital In n si William D. MacQuesten, County ' ous condition. He was unable Court Judge Frederick P. Close, explain his prtsence here or I former County Coiitrt Judge Walter 1 shooting, police say. Board of Education Lists 126 Students on High School Honor Roll for Term Ended June 25 GAS IGNITES Fulton Street Building Slightly Damaged By Fire When Match Sets Escaping Gas Ablaze Escaping gas Ignited by a light ­ ed match caused a fire between the partition walla In the home of .M. H. Kosloeky, 7 Fulton str Oreenburgh, yesterday. The firs was extinguished by . ____ ________ ________ _ ___ ___ _ peratus from the White Plains Flr< \Lead Kindly Light\ and \Crowing Department. Damage was slight. PASSED BAD CHECK, CHARGE Harrison Man. Son of Weal ­ thy Contractor, Ordered to Appear in Yonkers Court Luigi Splzxlro. 29. of 33 Bradford street. Harrison, son of Philip 8plx- xlro. wealthy Harrison contractor, A brush fire probably started by today was ordered \to appear In a lighted cigarette was extinguish- Court of Special Sessions to answer ed by the Patrol yesterday after- a charge of pawing a worth!ew noon on the Bronx River Parkway . check for $28722. near Battle avenue. j Splzzaro was arrested on a war- ------- 1 -------------------- | rant sworn to by James W. Row. TARGET FOB GUNMEN t of 231 Main street. New Rochelle. New York. July 17 (UP) — Ed- llo8 » !■ connected with the East- Nineteen Boys *nd Grl* Secured Ratings Over A. 107 Stud ­ ents Made B or Better Report Show*. The honor list of attaints at the | White Plains High School for tha ■ term, ended June 25 has been re ­ leased by the local school office. On it are listed nineteen students whose marks were all A and 107 students whose marks were B or above. There arq 126 names on the list as follows; All A ’ s Robert Baum, Robert Driscoll. Carol Engel. Brlcea Faus, Barbara Graham. Katherine Hal lock . Harry Holtzman, Linda Houston. WILL STUDY 1 NEW LAW ON INSURANCE Financial Responsibility Act Effective SepL 1; State Of* ficials to Hold Confer ­ ence in New York 4 Sven Karlen. Rodham Kenner.i Autoti Hilda Knobloch, Lorraine Loder. ty Aet. a Curtis Page. j civil liability for' * Helen Parsons Willard Parsons, ; or death or dam* John Root, Edward Hherwood. caused by motor vehicles, wfll p> Catherine Btreteman. Emily Witz. ' into effect H ‘ — ------ All Marks B and Above 11 Jannet Anderberg, Mary Ander- i berg. Elizabeth Avery. Frances j Ing licenses In certain Barvlan. Dorothy Begelman. Jo- upon a failure to satisfy i seph Bellantonl, Henry B'tlinger, j *d Judgment and upon I Gordon Berkey. Grace Bernle. ' for various offenses. Mary Borgeae. Marorle Braun. The provisions of tbs John Brush. Lewis Bryant. Greta 1 »U enforcement will be c Buddlngen. Edward Conroy. Jewle »' « conference of representatives Corr, Gerald Couard N Katherine of Insurance companies end all others Interested, called by Charl e s A. Harnett, c “ Prize Winners Lucile Free Get* $5 in Daily Press Misspelled Word Contest; Louis Harders, Second; Other Awards the check on Jjl'j 1 June 11 In payment for some tile. • The check was drawn on the Ma ­ maroneck Trust Company and was signed by Splzxlro. according to the complainant, as treasurer of the Vivian Construction Company of Harrison. The bank returned the check to Roes marked \no funds.\ Splzxlro.' wsa released today In *1.000 ball furnished by hie walthy father. The young man made no comment on the charges ■ preferred check the sale of adulterated g BEATEN The Mtwpelled Word Contest 1 The Dally Prew for July 10 we won by Mlw Lucile Froe. 10 Row I . Mount Vernon Man Lie* 48 Horn in Garage, #fter Alleged As- Mlw Florence Dup^-| •*«>»; Found By Brother awarded ' nac. 23 Mitchell place. | The fourth .o eighth prizes go to: I Mount V« . ,w, . j Mrs. H. L. Flannery. 42 Prospect i 1R hours ui street, this city, who will receive a 1 street; Mlw Catherine Gandle. 11 1 of a garng< $5 trade order to be used at The j Park terrace; Mlw Marie Pktrtwl. S3, today Art lace Shop. Mlw Louies Harders, I Whits Plains; Mlw Margaret , with painful Injuries police say he 62 Oakley avenue, won second prize j w'™' * “ d whrn he w * u ’ “ “ ulud of H In trade at Jack's Beauty I white Pllliis. These\ Salon. $3 trade order on Vogt's will each receive two Drug Store, the third prize. Is I Kelth-AIbce theater Qorr, Gerald Couard , Christine Deutermann, Thomas Duffleld, Alice Ruryea. Marjorie , ...» ____ Eisner, Elizabeth England, Rose Company Euley, Gwendolyn Fader. Beatrice! “ the xonf erenea room of the Nw says P t£u Karr. Bdna Fatly. Josephine Flies. — Frank Fisher. James Fisher. Violet | H** Fulle. Janet Furman. Mary' .Oer-1 m lh# hard. Alice Gorton. Hayden Oboe. d.y Jta .f^ s^e R jjni° r *^ ,n AT r Will be another conference caned Ulllan Greer. Al.es Growman ^ Commissioner Haraett to coo- Barbara Hammond. Frederick , ldcr lhe ntw j,,, rtiaUnr •- ___ Heath. Marjorie Henderson Mary Une .^fiction. . and 1U “ f r ' ker - Frances Heroy. Teresa roen t. ln „ nl of this law Hickey, Eleanor HInman. Malcolm Hoffman. 8arah Jacobs. Florence Judd. Walter Kadlec. Anthony Kk- fer. Edna Kanzr. Robert KapJj. Daisy Lamb, Ruth Lowell. Alfred Loyd. Robert McGlaason. Anna McKee, mily McKee. Fronds McTernan. Lillian MacKey, Neills Mac!\ Mary Magley. Dominick Marc)' Margaret Matsui. Harry Walter Mills. Caroline Elizabeth Moaher, Phjltl wltz. Shirley Myers.' Mary Nan-1 vannl. Hyman Sapakle. Karl nartello. i ! ber. Sylvia Sebor. Charlotte Nelson. Raymond Nel- j Edward Schwartz, William Scott son. Sylvia Bchor. Eloise Nor- ■ Helen Rhultlo. Marion Stmonaoq stad, Rita O'Connor. George Pack- Helen Spink. Ruth Star buck. Am ard. Constance Padaque, Morris drew Stevenson. Ji — -Having lain for rloua on the floor i- Joseph Gallants, inder a doctor ’ s care tiers Gallant' was i today by h SEARCH GUNBOAT ingbai, Jujy 17 (UP) — Tb* Kuo Min news agency reported to onl ' day that large quantities of optaa had been discovered on tbs Brtt _ ' j tab gunboat Pater at Hankow. - Mosko- i \ Parkinson, Ralph Plofeky, Anna | Catherine Tldd. Elsie Tlseh. So Rakasedrr. Margaret Rausch. Ar-Jblna Tricar!co. Marlon Turtoo. i mond Richards. Dorothy Roberts. I Donald Waggaman. Jsan WaRaaas brother. Matteo. who had mlwed 1 Seymour Robinow!tz. Frank Rooaa. Robert. Wledman, [Mary Zabrlakk' him and conducted a search. Sarah Rozzen. Donald Han Glo- Ann Zelinsky. I THE BLACK CIRCLE A Thrilling Detective Story By Mansfield. S^olt Vastly and Incredibly different f rom the Frederick Marrivalo whom Franoee had left shortly before three o'clock, was the Frederick Merrivale whom Frances found up ­ on ber return to the room on “ i deathly pals; . shaking and a upon the verge of colls pee; and a! peculiar, unnatural / perspiration Is blow. He closed --------- - -------------------- 1 strained. “ Groat God.!\ he choked. “ We may be ruined! Jacques was foliow- n started. “ What tall what thls may mean?\ “ But Purely Jacques dfibrt coma hack and Ui the man trail hero!\ <* \ “ Thank theiLord, no — he di •rod him In tlnel But what : on — what reason for It. Franoea7 Jacques hag done nothing for which bo should havq bean followed. He was certain of it! He gave the man the. sUp In a taxi and returned here 7 It might mean that even hie breath; and ] i eyes. In the ______ those of a cornered rat, sought here. \I — I say! I have a proposition: Tee, yea; I have some ­ thing which might do, just for' the present!\ “ What Is Itr There seemed her. 2t was as If aha ware gz now, not Into thewaoul of a i ___ rodent, but Into that of a frightened and desperate serpent Unexpected ­ ly, a clammy hand reached out clutched hen. iva It!\ he muttered, ei- ' _ ’ Just until the trouble blows over, whatever It __ . prove to be. We may not be In any danger at all; we may only fancy It Whan It Mows over; I say, wan he alt safe again; and — and if it — became lower still. “ Say, _ . we can't stop to look out for Win and Al.-if theroe' really anything serious brewing hero. They must do their own looking out — do you sea? I sky. , just tfll It all blewa over — let's try a flttle trip south — to Ber ­ muda, perhaps y ou and I- - Tha young woman sudd __ . __ coiled aa though from the fangs of a thing loatSoms beyond earthly • Oeorge Morrill, waiting floor below for an oppor confer with Merrivale, wai by the. heavy fan of a chair over ­ head. and by the sound of a door betnfSung open hard against the wall. Followed'swift,'firm steps up- her shameful story, and there also have stayed In seclusion until Of her former associate* remained at liberty — only ahe weU knew how subtle and how / far-reaching were the defenses of this great _ organ ­ isation — knew-'-that her word alone, unsupported In any better way than she would be able to support It. could not convict a single director of this villainous society. Nothing — nothing, save perhaps the contents of that great safe In the study back at headquarters, could do that! And walk Indeed, only too fearfully well, did Frances know that sooner or later she must pay the final, awful price for her desertion and treachery. The miserable drama, from which lere seemed no escape, rose again and again before her. Faces stood out, now leering and mocking bar. ' Merrivale, with his auave, ! perl ous demeanor, and his black heart within. Garaon, who would go to the end of the world to avenge - wrong. Morrill, sick at heart with repen- mce for his life of crime. Allen Walker- whom ahe had helped to rain — and others, many others, a host of faces, all flinging mockery at her, barring forever her hope to find another way. Flight? Total SightT Tea, Bight, perhaps; yet in bar heart ahe knew that there no corner of the world eo-rez but that the hands of Merrivale and Garaon, directly or Indirectly, could and half crouched before her now, with trembling Ttpa t ‘ — “ glint of stark fear bei ' face of his pale blue . “ Wall — what shkil we OoT~ she . “ What Is there that we rible, two-edged fear-which raahed upon her. With her whole heart ahe longed to rash out from - _ _______ Gogiah; ______ divined, from a few words - by the men. that a fresh also taking the place I across the room, while the dinner [waited upon the table. At length, as though gradually becoming aware of the huge man. the other arose, and glanced at him. \Good evening, Garrtsh.\ he of ­ fered. A surprised gaze rewarded his \Evening returned the servant. Slowly crossing tho room, the prisoner-guest uncovered and sur ­ veyed the food. “You are here for the night. Gar ­ ris h?\ \Teh. I guess so. for moat of It. anyways.\ “ That's good.\ remarked Caldwell, as be still scrutinized the dinner. “ You are more sociable than Barnes and Ward. I am glad you have to- The man ’ s grunt was . f doubtful meaning. Caldwell recelvei without further comment and strol ­ led' to the window. Garrtsh watch ­ ed, obviously puzzled. “ Don ’ t you want no dinner? “ No,, thank you. Garriah; 1 _ Have not. I don't feel quite able to eat, this evening.\ The other's glance very nearly sp- poracbed a rude sympathy. “ Worryln 1 a bit, eh?\ is Caldwell's admle- Worrylng? WeU. ndt overgravely. l actuality. It had been wholly about the food that he had been concerned. He could scarcely af ­ ford to risk IL True, he had par ­ taken of breakfast and luncheon without iU effects. But that had been before he bad so far diverged from his rolt as to offer a warning to the enigmatical Miss Francis — « warning which' aha In turn, per- ' zpe. had passed on to others! Hs felt that his position. In the mi nd s of his enemies, might have Undergone a vast change since luncheon, and for other possibly, than his advice Frances. From now on. ha on guard against the hidden blow. If It should corns, be must foresee It. «nd meet It with open warfare Of hie own. 8even o ’ clock. Unquestionably, the time for action had come. Any ------ Tnt, . now, might bring the ro ­ of Allen Walker. Yet Cold- was etiU undecided as to i nethsd of completing his n True, the gamble of life „ death had already ended; but tha -ork atm lay before him. Fint of all. ha might accomplish l» eta by means of Bight from the Garriah, of course, was on > Miss No Matter How You Spend It Boating, fishing, motoring, flying, swimming, golfing, walking, or just pkrm “ lazing ” your time on your vacation this summer, you will find time to read and enjoy the news from home brought daily to you in The Daily Pres* which you can have with you on your vacation this summer, rtf) ffidttfer where you go. 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