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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, July 18, 1929, Image 2

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Hurt Internally Paiping. Chino. July u nn>>.- ----------- Huulin consulates It Pel pin* With possible aerlou* Internal Tientsin and Manchuria were ord ­ inance eueulned at noon today *r*d by the Soviet Government to when he fell from a scaffolding on day to withdraw from China. The the new Northcourt building on consult immediately began pre-par- Main street. Alfred Butcher, a car-1 Ing to depart. One hundred thoo- penter of Port Chester la now being sand Russians In China are panic held tor observation. stricken and many of them are He fell a distance of about leaving as fagt as posslbls. twolvc feet and was In a .semi-con- Tourists Worried sclous condition when Patrolman Moscow, July U (UP. — -Soviet A. Hunt arrived from headquarters p„..i . has broken all diplomatic in responcs to an emergency call - ^ r «a*Uons with China, and and took Butcher to the hoepllal 1 tod ,^,^0 mtecbm And where he was treated by Dr- Witty. , oailtata China's fifteen consulate * — r.FRTTOR ST?T | of Vladivostok following ths cutting District Attorney Frank H. Coyne j today received, noUce from Sydney 1 A. Syme, defense counsel for Sari j F. Peacox, that he will bring a mo ­ tion before Justice Arthur 8. Tomp- 1 kins on August 6 for^be right to review the minutes of the grand Jury that Indicted Peacox -for the murder of his wife. This move would be preliminary to a motion to-dismiss the first de ­ gree murde rindlclmenl against.the confessed wife killer. Justice Morschauser referred the motion to Justice Tompkins before whom Peacox was arraigned and before whom he Is scheduled to go to trial on September 6. Syme originally brought his mo ­ tion before Justice Morschauser. It Is understood that Justice Tompkins will begin hearing the trial! of those indicted In the City Trust Company fallurs In New York City on August 5 and It was not known today what arrangements Syme had' made to have him bear With the report of tht> third cig ­ arette and cigar robbery within a month In the Town of Greenburgh. It would appear that band of petty (hleva are at work there. Some ­ time last night, eomeone broke in ­ to a store on Payne street. North Elmsford. owned by Mina Lillian Van Hohlen and stole three boxes of cigars'and three cartons of cig- Offleera Losee and Dunckel of the Greenburgh potlce. Investigated and found that entrance to the es ­ tablishment had been secured by forcing the lock on the back door. In each of the two previous rob ­ beries cigars and cigarettes were stolen and In one Instance, candy and gasoline , Oh June 1*. three cartons were stolen from Dlx Cabin on Central avenue after a window had been forced to secure entrance. Last Friday^ night. <a roadatand on Central avenue, owned by Herb ­ ert Keeler, was entered and a large quantity of merchandise stolen. The thieves got away with twenty pound* of candy, right boxes of cigars, an unknown quantity of cigarettes, a number of charge slips and many gallons of gasoline from a pump on which they broke the lock. ' >■ The Greenburgh Police Demrt- ulent under the supervlson, of Cap- lain Philip McQuillan la InVeatlgat- t qlp otea and a copy sent members .of Justice Mills' family. Two Plane* In Air For Flight Record St Louis, Mo. July 18 (UP>- \ “ Chrough al r a* calm as an Inland latte, two Curtiss-Robertson mono ­ planes. pursued sepa. ate endurance flight courses today while pilots Bboard (Tiem enjoyed many of the comforts of a summer camp. Dale Jackson and Forrest O'Brien. Hying St. Louls-Robln No. 1 droned out their 122nd consecu ­ tive hour at 0:17 a m. today, while Joseph Hammer and W. Gentry Shelton. In Mlssourl-Robtn No. 1. reached 23 hours at 0:34 a m. NO RETURN FLIGHT Paris, July 18 (UP.) — Roger Q Williams and I-ewls A. Yancey, former Yonkers man. the American trana-aUanttc fliers who recently j flew from the United Slates to I Rome, stated today that they would j not return to America by plane. lay Dr. R D . Duckworth lummoned from White Plains. he village he Is to re 1 to the original owner treat with the vlllagi Justice Tompkins Refuses to Quash Proceedings Against Town of Mamaroneck the Fourth of July and where on Tuesday he was laid to reat. la to receive 31.000 \for the care of my ploL^s well as of others In the burial ground.\ The town of Thompson. Windham County. Conn., where Justice Mills was born September 10. 1831. la given 3300 for maintenance and j care of the burial plot th tba ceme ­ tery at West Thompson where He many generatlona of the Mills fam ­ ily, This sum Is to care for all monuments of .his grandparents, Nathaniel and Polly Mills, his |{roat grandparents. Nathaniel and Sarah Mills, and his great great grand ­ parents. Nathaniel and Sarah Mills Approximately 3161.300 Is left In specie bequs — — •* — ** “ ‘ --------- * the will. In ah order signed -here today by Supyps Court JuaUce Arthur 8., Tomfficlns. motion of attorneys for. the Sound view Apartments. Inc., of Mamaroneck to quash ths certlor-1 ari proceedings now pending I against that place by Dorcas G. | Rehtx. a resident of the village. Is denied. At the same time the Justice al-| low* the moUon of attorney* for, the plaintiff to amend th* petition! to allow the admittance of certain other exhibits In the testimony to be given. The <£rtlorari order wme recently granted to allow the proceedings of thi Board of Appeals of the VIP Inge of Mamaroneck. co-defendants In the eult. to be reviewed.' The Village Board of Appeals Esstchester Girl Byngs Ac ­ tion Against Ice Company For Alleged Injuries NoUce of suit for 327.000 against' the AnHeuser Busch Ice and Cold Btorae Co., Inc,, and a driver' of on* of'Its trucks, Anthony Hfllln- ger, wma filed here today by Ra ­ phael Corretta. of Mount Vernon, attorney for Leon GrilTen. of East- cheater and bis daughter. M a ri a n Mias Grtffen. whdle father was made head guardian on September 11. 1928. was said to have been walking along New Rochelle road In Eastchestar. between Lockwood I avenue and Park Plaza dn Septem ­ ber 7. 1928. when Hllllcger sudden ­ ly started up his truck. In some way It ran back over the sidewalk rather than going forward Into the street Miss Grtffen passing behind It was knocked down and the ve ­ hicle ran over her. breaking two of her riba and causing other In ­ juries to her, many of which may be permanent, aha states In her af ­ fidavit She Is suing the company for $28,000 for ths Injuries and her father and guardian Is suing for $2,000 for the medical expenses In ­ curred in treating her. case given Justlco Mills at the time of hi* retirement form the Appel- , — _ ---- ... !4 te Dtvtrion. under the term* of Hnlf hl , h Un u nK equipment of the late sporting enthusiast la lift Codicil Attached | this aim. along with diplomas and The original will, made on June .degree* belonging to his father. 11. 1928. staled that the principal The cane and desk of Justice of the $30,000 trust fund to his Mill ’ s grandfather, as well as all daughter. Nona, on her death, was | \ “ to bo divided among her husband. 1 James Graham Hardy, Williams College professor, 'and the three children. Priscilla Van Cott, Nath ­ aniel, and Le Roy Mills. A codicil, mode on July 31. 1928, provide* that In event of the death bf Mrs. Hardy without Issue, the fund Is to be di ­ vided among the three other chil ­ dren aloiyt. The residuary estate Is left In trust for the widow during her Ufe- i time and upon her death Is to be divided aong the two eons and the daughter. Mrs. Van Cott. Th* resi ­ due Is estimated at more than $250,- 000 . The document also provides that on the deat hof the widow, the principal of the trust fund of $73,000 of which she Is the benefi ­ ciary Is to be divided among three of the children. Leroy and Nathan ­ iel Mills and Mrs. Priscilla Van Cott. Justice Mills provides that on the death of his (laughter, Nona Bur ­ nett Hary, if she leave no children, the principal remains In the $30,000 fund left her Is also to be divided among the other three children. Yersonml Effects Charges of reckless driving pre ­ ferred against Thomas Plnnello. 618 North Terrace avenue. Mount Ver ­ non, by R. NovellQ. Bronx, follow ­ ing an accident Tuesday when Pin- nello'a truck crashed Into Novell o'* car which was parked In - the Healhcoto section In Bcorsdale. were withdrawn In Scusdale Po ­ lice Court “ ' * morning', was referred — — — panics. Judge Charts heard three other cos totaled $12. A. Cohen. 43 Mitchell place, this city, paid a fine of $5 on a charge of passing ared light and Andrew Sandstrom,rts Trinity avenue. New York City, wna fined $2 on a charge of parking in a reatrlctcd xone. Harold M. Cone. Rlchbell road. Scared ole, the lint defendant to ap ­ pear this week on a charge of al ­ lowing hi* dog to run about un- muzxled. paid a $3 fine. AIRCRAFT MERGER New York, July 18 (UP) — A merger, linking two huge aviation concerns, was reported In Wall Street today to be Impending be ­ tween United Aircraft and Sikor ­ sky. Financiers anticipated con ­ firmation of acquisition of Sikor ­ sky by the United concern would soon be forthcoming, and that the deal tkould make the combined concern comparable In the field of Insurance com. M. Carter 1 ami fine* ms aaugnier, airs, rnsciua von Cott receive* the other half or th* home library and all household furniture not mentioned In he be ­ quests to the sons. MARINE FIRE West New Brighton, S. I (UP) — A ferry host, a tug Lighter No. 326 were smok No petition fir letters of admln- itratlon were filed here today. Th* following births were re ­ corded this morning at the office of the Board of Health: TRENCH — July 12. boy to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas (Saunders) French. 186 Orinsburg avenue. East White CRIME CLINIC New York. July 18 (UP) — A crime- clinic costing $153,200 Is sought for Welfare Island by Richard C. Pat ­ terson. Jr, Commissioner of Cor ­ rection. He propose* to study 2,000 convicts. OBITUARY Moon-Flight Rocket Fails to Make Course; Startles Country-Side Worcester. Moss, July 18 (UP) — A rocket designed to travel at a epeed of something aUlng for that length Mid-Sumrifer Session of the June Grand Jury Jo Frame Trials Before September 1 The Jup* Grand Jury of Weet- 1 Chester County, held over for the' THE DglLY PRESS. V7E77 PLAINS. N. Y., THURSDAY, JULY It, I«4 jrq»Fi||| CARELESS I 1 soon be f 'VJ roads Law 1 will b forced off the through the ___ 1 of the New Auto which requires evi- 1 of financial responsi ­ bility in case of ah accident. VVVhope you ’ re insured for both liability and property Telephone 3520 NOX, ENTfe* TEVENS HEARING ON VILLAGE SHIT IS ADJOURNED Action Brought Against Con ­ tractors Postponed Due to Absence From Town qf C C. ^enno, Rtfcre? Th* hearing which was to have bee* boM today before Charles C. Fenno, attorney of this city, as ref ­ eree In a suit Involving the vJHnitc of Mamaroneck as plaintiff and Ernest R Eckley. Helen, bli wife, and F. H. Ottman A Sons, contrac ­ tors. defendants, was Indefinitely j postponed. Fenno was out and the date of hi* return FROM A NORTH ingobt IllllifllllllllliiniJ MOTORCYCLISTS CRASH INTO GAR ■ Tockiihoe Youth and Girl Companion Treated at Lo- cul Hospital For Hurts A Tuckahoe youth and his girl companion hod a narrow eacape from serious Injury last night when the motorcycle they were ridlag crashed Into a heavy sedan aa the Bronx River Parkway at Eaot Parkway. Scared air. Th* boy and girl. Joaeph Budu- wits and May Bulger, both of Tnckohoe. were brought to the White Plains Hospital and treated far minor Injuries Buduwltx re ­ ceived contusions of the right hljl| and knee and Mlsa Bulger bruises of both knee*. The onto which the motorcycle struck was driven by Michael Ma- roney, 83 Brookfield street, this city. No complaint waa made against him by the InJuTed boy who was released after treatment at the hospital. •ao 0 PHENOMENON “ Mystery Woman Harrison Board Will Civs M* Coyne Plays Adding Machine Golf to Win Office C h a mp i on shi p Investigator* Claim James Rae Clarke, Partner in Defunct Bank, Sent Flowers and Gifts Daily to Federal Employe ’ s Wife fldsnee ” But here Is a breached con- Dlstrlcl Attorney Coyne Port Chester yesterday aftar noon for the office chomploh- ahlp. \ The scores: Coyne 123: Fer ­ ris 137. Don't cheer, boys; the .poor fellows have already suffered STEAL SMOKES ■th* eult arises from situation, according to the com ­ plaint of the village, whlfh la rep ­ resented In thU suit by^ Special Counsel J. Henry Kiser. Eckley was a former village officer and Is said to have obtained deeds to certain property In the village from the New York. Westchester A Boston Railroad authorities by represent ­ ing to them that he wished to ob ­ tain this land for the use of the village. At that time It Is alleged, he no longer a village official, wished to get the land for his older to sell It to the company named as 0 the suit It Is alleged complaint thatAhe co-defendant* knew that Eckley had not the right to the property, but purchased It In spile of this ELMSFORD SHOP Police Investigate 3rd Petty Robbery in Month; Band of Thieves Believed at Work New York. Jury 18 (UP) — A \mystery woman\ was sought day In connecUon with ths failure of the private bank of Clarke Brothers, which went bankrupt re ­ cently for more than $3,000,000. Asalstant United States Attorney George J. Mlntzcr announced that authorities were trying »o find a woman to whom Jamea Rae Clarke, of Yonkers, a partner of the defunct bank, allegedly flowers every week costing betwi $230 and $300. Mlntser sold be had found a charge account of Jamea Roe Clarke at a florist shop. He also said' ha knaw Clark* sent with his flower contributions ' s m a ll box** containing gift*. Th* attorney planned to determine whether the \gifts\ were assets of the The woman In question ! be the wlfo of a. Federal employe known by authorities. The hue- hand at present I* on a thirty day leaf* of absratce. SYME IN NEW HURT IN A DIVE, COUNTY BAR TO MOVE TO AID BOY PARALYZED PAY TRIBUTE; EARLPEACOX Yonksrs, July IS-A solar halo was observed here today. Oboes at Fordham Unlvaralty sold it a very rare phenomenon. Th* halo was In rainbow colors encircling the sun. It wu very bright and clearly vlalbl* to th* naked ... . ^Uy fi 'll* Is formed when particles of tun U> the atmoaphere about th* sun crystal!res. - What wlather It portends. If any, I*foot known, as the' phenomenon Is so rare that there are Inadequate Th* Booed of Rr* rrs of th* Town of Harri ­ son* have decided to give mo ­ torists a break. The board voted loot night the yellow * lotas and they win be substituted throughout t tOBATE WI L D. U..^/ Wl — I, H.W ’ bw' The wifi rf Dr. Matt h ew J. Mai formerly of Rye aod M a m a ron se l was filed tor probate her* today. By toe terms of to* win. hie wl* Mrs. Leila J. Hell le aaed* execute!; and legatee of the residue of U, FALLS FROM SCAFFOLD; IS IN HOSPITAL; Physicians Unable to Relieve Supervisor Millard Named to Crefjilon Cureau, in Coma- I Draw Resolution on Pass- of Justice Isaac Mills lose State For Six Days Tarrytown — Specialist* wore call ­ ed today to observe tho baffling case of Creighton Cureau, young •on of Mr. and Mrs. A. Cureau of Hamilton street, this village, who has been completely ' paralyalzed and In a comatose state for alx The boy was brought to the hos ­ pital here after he struck bottom while diving In a pond on the Po- cnntlco Hills estate of John D. Rockefeller. r , The condition of \the boy has|p, puzzled physicians here who have m ------------- ... -------------- To _ io( mg New Rochelle — Charles D. Mil ­ lard. Supervisor from Greenburgh and former president of the Weet- chrster County Bar Association, to ­ day was named by Albert* Ritchie. President of the Bar Association, chairman of the committee to draw up a resolution on the passing of former Supreme Court' JusUcc Isaac N. Mills. Tho resolution will be read at an early session of court In While Plains when all the Judges can be will be Inscribed SUMMONS TWO BIRTHS Will Make Motion Before Justice Tompkins August 6 to Inspect Grand Jury Minutes; Notifies Coyne and Ura ttbar la April 88. BoU wen IdenUoaHy the th* gam e. RUSSIA BREAKS WITH CHINA AND TROOPS MOVE : Consulates of Both Nation* Alfred Bucher Injured While Closed as Soviet Severs Di ­ al Work on New Office Building; He May Be Hurt Internally plomatic and Trade Rela ­ tions — Patrol Border DROUGHT HITS ENGLAND London. July 18 (UP) --The ma- London. July 18 (UP). — King brokerTwlth a projxwal irfmairtag e. Jor portion of Great Britain was ' George WM progressing aatUfac- MUs Corbin was in Chicago Tuee- aufferlng today from th* drought | torily from his recent opetoUon. It day night Kroll safd. and added and heat wave which have visited | was announced officially at Buck- , that be hope* ah* name* the wed- large areas throughout England.I Ingham' Palace today. ___________ tiling day goon. Lexington Market ‘ Where Quality Rules' LEXINGTON 8 c MARTINE AVENUES Phones Wlute Plains 3935 - 36 - 37 - 38 Sugar . Campfire Marshmallows Muffets Shredded Wheat My-T-Fine .. - Grade “ A ” Rice - - - - Evaporated Milk - Lemons ............................ ...... Oranges (tor squeeilng, good size) . Cantaloupes (all guaranteed) _ 2 Our traits and vegetables are received tresh dally Phone early tor tin early delivery

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