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9200 THE DAILY PRESS, WHITE PLAINS, N, Y„ MONDAY. AUGUST S, 1W 920 SPEND HOURS IN LOCK-UP; .I-NO LICENSES Four New Yorkers Arrested In Motor Car Held in Scarsdale Until Owner Appears - Four Nsw Tork man were locked up In 8carsdale Jail aarly Saturday which they were riding through that village. / The men were areeted by Officer William Harrison on East- Park ­ way, when ho found the driver had no license to drive and that no one In the car had the regletratlon li ­ cense for the car. . George Rleo, 279 Eaat islet street, the driver, waa given a eum ---- *■■ for driving without a license, companions. Harry Faranto. 183 East 131st street. Louis Do Manila. 293 East 131st etroet and Coal no Cembralc. 300' East 134th street, were confined Jo the locke-up TO FIGHT ShOTiMr Ufa Fra. Eighth Ward, Yoakers, Will Eater Pri ­ maries if R e p ahfceas Name Gaul Supervisor WlUlam H. Leslie, of is eighth ward. Yonkers. will en ­ ter (ha primaries to seek re-slectloD to the bohrd If the* Republicans of Ute ward endorse WlUlam H. Paul, as It is rumored Ihry ynay do to ­ night. • k * Leslie made inis announcement here today when questioned. He said emphatically that he would RESUME WORK ON NORTHCOURT AFTER STRIKF ChildKilled ■/ Nine*Year-Old Youngster Victim of Motor Car in Dobbs Ferry; Buchana n Woman Held on Technical Charge Dobbs Ferry, Aug. i. — V*lan PL, cart till. 9. waa killed while crossing Main > treat here last nlgbi, wjjen she was struck hy an driven by Laura UcGoldrlck Th3 ljttle girl v ■ walking with enrollI. 12 Palisade avenue, this vil ­ lage Traffic was baavy and SI he took Vivian's hand as they started to cross the street The UoOoldrick car was upon them be ­ fore tbey realised It SUulcl said. Dr. Edwin H. Huntington, acting medical examiner, was expected to conduct an Inquest later today. Mrs. UcGoldrlck was held ort ts< charge pending the Inquest All Fire Engines Called; But Damage Amounts to $1,500 Mount Vernon. Aug. 5-A passerby who saw smoke com- ' Ing from a frame house at 23 South McQuestsn Parkway here last night became so ex ­ cited that l)o pulled^lhe alarm to* three llpies. ’ Three'alarms of fire were turned In nnd ajl available ap ­ paratus In the clty responded. The siren blew the signal for a three-alarm fire and many residents rose and dressed to follow the engines. The firo proved u small one and was put out In a few min- HAD “ PUNG CHOW ” BOARD; IS ARRESTED authorities checked the ownership j ,mf „ reached serious proportioi of the automobile. I I, w ,,lu.rn~I her* IndBV when I The automobile le bureau was notP i learned that the owner of the car was one Albert Hofeld. 120 East 73rd street, but later Information revealed that he had sold the car to Edward Fox. a used car dealer of 123 East 12th Fred Lcnchtsn. 421 East 03th street, bought -the car from Fox Ha Lumber Delivered on Non- Union .Truck Is Hauled p . Qljnrv PUUPVC Away and Hammer* VJnUilljl/ OII l A j IAU Again Ring ittnuel Shaw, Nyack. Ar ­ raigned in. Police Court Gets Adjournment (o Friday —1250 Bail \learned here today contractors and' delegates of the unions employed on the new Northcoqrt office building In Main street assured a representative of The Daily Press that all was “ rfeey\ and serene after a reported strike Friday afternoon. The officials interviewed admitted that the union men hod gotten slightly excited Friday over a load of union lumber which had been delivered to the site on a non-union truck but the trouble disappeared' by magic when, the offensive HASTHREE-DAY FINES TOTAL PARTY IN CABS: $85 IN CITY COURT SESSION friends of his and that be allowed , them to take the car on the coodl- j lumber was shipped back whence It lion that Rleo did not drive. He i cam*-=and the obnoxious - - was given a sumons for allowing ! with It. an unlicensed operator to drive. The workmen were all back __ The men will appear before ■ the Job again today, without the Judge Charles W. Carlsr on Thurs- ■ lo „ of . single h our since tbey day night. , j — I walked out on Friday at the close of their working day and never work on Saturdays. Quick action | on the part of the contractors averted what might hove dcvelop- a serious strike. It was said SAYS WAS RECKLESS h it was the second Strike on the ew building within a week, the ther last Monday being caused by ■ d,Uwy of * boUl or day night b? Captain Philip Me- ! “ 1 ” r on , “ ?**«■ non union tnrek. Qulllan on a warrant charging him I 11 w “ th° u * h * n \ lh * mcn with reckless driving. He was ar- out “ afternoon Monday, ralgned before Judge William Seely 1 , The “ n ‘ ° n delegates this morn- in Greenburgh Police Court and re-1 ,nB refused to tell the . . . . .. . - __ ... Iinw th*v wont A nnn-nn . how . they pearance Wednesday night There seems l< The charge Is made by State j about thrmn nC Trooper Edward Browne of this ' can \P m city, with whose car Gullo waa In-1 Never cn volved In an accident on July 21st J mmlertale In Harisdale. The trooper's ear j Clare, being overturned In the ditch i \ * the side of Hartsdale road. Gul was also {barged wlthloperating car without a license. truck. bo a different air a good union dele- >ne a mile away, deliver building union Jobs, they-do- w “ r * The events of a three-day \party\ ■■pent principally In White Plains taxi c abs ware revealed in City Court here this morning when four taxi owners appeared as com ­ plainants against Samuel Shaw. 163 South Broadway, Nyack. charxed with Issuing worthless checks totalling nearly 1200 dur ­ ing the course of his private party arraigned before FIGHT BEFORE RHEAKFAST; LA.NDINJAIL fionu «n4 Cofeo Much the Worse for'Wear in Battle — Not Clear About Cause A disagreement before breakfast landed Fred Bono. 64 Ferris av and Frank Cofeo, no address, Ii White Plains Hospital and lap Jail here yeeterday morning. Both were arrested on cot charges of assault after their ( wounds had been dressed at the TEAR BOMBS hospital. 'Bono accused Cofeo of j _____ ** w™ s,,*, f „ ~ State Reformatory For Woi “ All Quiet ” rwhiaapr $ •4th mrmot ,. Now ToJkOHr. f day. Friedman waa ‘ __ speedin* 61 miOu a a boor aad aM i reUased in ball *26 for Ms op- I poargsMM on T ------ * ------ *-*-* an'' adjoining i damaged to t *1300. house ant veiling yreri truck, Judge WlUlam Gray this morning According to the complaints, the defendant during tha course of his spree spdnt a large eum of money that he had on hta person, * rowed more from one of the I gulllible baekmen, and ran up bills ranging from *15 lo *#0 x Joyriding. It was stated In c this morning by one of the ee< Shaw Is being held In 1230 pending the disposition of his case Friday. SUBMITS PLAN State Commissioner Presents Plan For New Parkway; To Cost *413.000 : : EX-COP ’ S TRIAL P ’ KWAY CRASH j IS ADJOURNED MAYCOSTLIFE YONKERS ’ MAN Stephen Richard, Suspended Member of Greenburgh Police. Out on Bail The trial of Stephen Richards, suspended officer of the Greenburgh potlce department on a charge of first degree robbery, was adjourned this morning for one week by Judge WlUlam C. Duell In TarTytown. Richards, who Is out on *3.000 ball. Is charged, with two com ­ panions. Harry Kennedy and John Beckman, both of Elmaford. with robbery by George Towns, negro, 31 Chester avenue, this city. According to Towns' complaint, the trio stopped him as he parked near Tarry town Lake on Saturday, July 28. and demanded money. Richards Is alleged to have ordered Towns to \come across with his (Continued from Page One) and went to his own doctor, ac ­ cording to the report made to the police by Patrolman Dexter. Marshall Minor. 9 Chatterton ave ­ nue. this city, was painfully In ­ jured shortly after 11 p. m. Satur ­ day when hie auto waa struck by a “ hit and run\ driver on Central avenue, near Waldo* avenue. Miner received cute on the cheek, left' sldo and left hand and foot. He was given first' aid treatment at the White Plains Hospital and taken home by Sergeant Schmidt and Patrolman Faulkner. Find Pistol According to the report made to the police the other machine was a Bulck sedan and arms headed to- ____ _____________ ward Yonkers. Police of that city TTI f\ 1IIT I IT IT T m were notified but unUl late today VV I I III A N H I I the fleeing-motorist has not been ; II V 111 il.ll 1111 found/' A .43-callbre revolver found In ! Miner's car by Patrolmen Taxter I mod Dobbs of the Greenburgh po- [ lice, who were the first to reach | tha scene of the accident,' was turn- n , , n • j . e i ed over to the White Plains poUce 1 Brooklyn Resident struck Nloe-yeor-old Dominic Crane re- 1 Vhils U'ulkinir Alnnv Snw ctired a fractured shoulder and his j W,u,e * a,ltln K Along Saw mother. Mrs. John Crane. 301 Bast ! Mill River Road &4th street New York, a possible store of sc Highway Commissioner A. dt. Albany, today submlttrd board of supervisors here In session plans and specifications for the construction of the pew Brlar- rllfT-PejJtskill parkway nnd the Briarcltfr-AnmrrUle-PeekakUl cut off a part of the chunty highway Which will eliminate through traffic from the streeta of the village of Peeke- kllL The coet of the portion of the route on which plans are submitted today Is given at *413.000. Violator* of Traffic and City i * Ordinance* Contribute , To Municipal Coffers — Gray on Bench Violators of traffic and city ofii- nances rounded up hero over the week-end by the police paid fine* totalling *83 in City Court this morning. Willie Staton, colored. Buckhom road. Harrison, pleaded guilty to charges of driving an auto without __ an operator's license and waa fined *23. Judge Cray later adjourned the cast three days to give Willie I an opportunity to nnd the money. Ben Vlaca. 76 Waller avenue, ' pleaded guilty to charges of allow ­ ing his dog to run loose on the pub-1 lie streets without a muxxlo, and was fined *10. William Reed. Park place. Harri ­ son. and Frank Franco. 374 North Lexington avenue, pleaded guilty lo charges of fighting In a public street and paid fines of *3 each. | Otto Koehlner. Brooklyn, was found guilty of passing a red traf ­ fic light and a fine of S3 was lro- Michael Connelly, address un ­ known. forfeited *10 hall for his appearance In court today to an ­ swer charges of public Intoxication Cantos Tromb&cco. Dobbs Ferry', pleaded aullty to chargee of s*er<l- i Ing end paid a fine of *10. AUTO STOLEN Chester Bownell. 139 Regent | street. Port Chester, reported to the t police ' “ ' ' ..... 1923 Hudson coach has I ftgm Its parking place on Grand street at Marline avenue, between S and 11 p. m. Saturday. The auto carried New York license 7W-9-11. HELD FOR POUCE James T Hodgrni, 20 Esst Post road, was arrested Here by Detec ­ tive Murray Saturday night warrant Issued by Judge Seafer of LarchmonL ’ ■ charging him with petit larceny.; against the former of striking him ' r the head with a black Jack. The argument start'd -beck of the Ferris avenue school, though B r .j ( neither knew much about why It happened. Both were dismissed when ar- i “ l 1 ralgned In City Court this morning | Womei before Judge William Gray No | docile information had been filed against | Raytm BUREAU VACATION ns Haye Botkin of Yonkers left New Gambling; Device .Ap ­ pears in White Plain* — Quaint Chinese Game, Say Local Police Police here uncovered a new gambling device Saturday night with the arrest of Tony Rugerto. 42 North Lexington avenue, the pro ­ prietor of a billiard parlor, for per ­ mitting hla cuatomrrn to play » gambling game called 'pung chow* In hla establishment Rugerto is charged of mein tain- ink a place for the purport'of garr. hllng. Arraigned before Judy, In city court this morning, he adjourn- until Wednesday He Is.being ’ held in *50 ball i According to Detective J Sullo. who arretted Rugerio Saturday Aug. r. A supply of night, several customers were play- ombs lias been received ‘ n * \pung . chow.\ The gam* Is played by placing a large flat boar-1 stale Reformatory for w „ h an , nf | lnf< j , „um- i* \to. make thc.lnmatiw her of holes the else of billiard hey become foolish \ Dr ball* the top of a billiard table F C Kicb State com- Thr hoi\ «re numbered and the of rorreclloii. said he or- flayer shooting balls Into holes ] ----- - m, highest number wins I 'Dcpofl*3 ‘ Pbii4 j o4 Tbot- uiios- Pruttingaitb Engrailing j W. RV lckerman 1 * equipment o ___ usually i assessment from each playr the game starts Rugerio did not plead thi by an ! before I n Miss Botkin ar ire employed In in White Plains rtrlp to Ron * away three •I Miss Frant- the Auto Bu- I SNOW IN BERKSHIRE* rrr. however, were re- 1 North Adams. Mass . Aug A I UP! .today 1 Snow fell for a few minutes last night in a small area of this city, r Wants In the Claosi- located In the northern part of the of The Dally Press . Berkshire hills. Our Sknlyl{Cs £ngTOvmg u t new process of rsued lettering that -ffl not rub off th- paper. It Is tbs only process of la kind in Westchester County T T Qreeting Card.! lie BY MOTOR CAR several ribs which they wars riding ook driven by Harold River Parkway Extension, north of Valhalla, yaatarday afternoon. Tha lad and hla mother ware old Italian girl who rexusea lo give her name, ran Into tha path of a motorcycle ridden by PaXratanas John Donnelly last night oa ha waa ooming out of tha west drtva of tha Municipal Building, y a*ld the girl was running While walking along Saw Mill River road at La Monte etreet. North Elmsford. shortly after t yesterday. Rebecca Carter, 54, 527 Washington street, Brooklyn, was struck by an automobile oper-; ated by George M. Good helm, 951 Bulger i tok he al. Era to E > the Tarrytown Hospital. 'ExamInat Ion showed a possible fracture of the ankle. Dr. Gray of the hospital staff will take x-ray pictures of the ankle today.- Goodhetm was release^ to the* . custody of Miss Willoughby clerk unhurt of the Childrens ’ Court to Yonkers Who? SELLS THE FAMOUS OLDSMOBILE IH WHITE PLAINS $250 in Cash For Complete Answers! SEE THURSDAY'S DAILY PRESS fed ,„ LEAVING PORT CHESTER FOREVER CONVICT SHIP OLDEST SHIP AFLOAT LAST DAY SUNDAY AUGUST 11th Until then — Open Every Day 10 a. m. — 11 p. m. Adtaiission — 50 cents ^ ” **Uhildren under 10 — Half Price Electrically Lighted Throughout Guides Explain Everything FOOT OF ADEE STREET . .......... New smart STUDEBAKERS now on display at new prices Reductions to $250 f EFFECTIVE AUGUST 5 th Brilliant new body\Jcsigns — championer p ­ formance — and now sweeping reductions in prices! More people have been buying Snide baker eight-cylinder cars than any other European or American eight. Now, with these reduced prices on both sixes and eights —on Presidents as well as on Dictators and Commanders — unprecedented demand may be expected. Imagine ! A President Eight Sedan offered at $51735 (and a seven-passenger President at $1995)!. A Commander Eight Sedan only $1475! A Commander Six Sedan as low as $1325! A Dictator Eight Sedan, latest creation of Stndebaker engi ­ neering genius, $1235! A Dictator Six Sedan (better than those which sold in enormoos volume at $1345) now priced at $1095! This price reduction is made possible by increasing volume and by economies result ­ ing froth consolidation of all Studebaker manufacturing operations in South Bend. It is a price reduction on the cars which are today rolling off the assembly line in Studebaker ’ s great One-Profit plants — the finest cars Studebaker knows how to build. IF YOU DON ’ T WANT TO WAIT FOR DELIVERY. GET YOUR ORDER IN NOW1 ..$1323 • THE PRESIDENT EIGHT State Brougham, forfive**........... J2195 Sedan, for seven ............................. 1995 'State Sedan, for seven* 2175 Limousine, for seven ....................... 2175 State Limousine, for seven*........... 2350 Tourer, for seven ........................... 1785 Sedan, forfive ........ .. .................... $1735 State Sedan, for five*.'...- ............. 1875 \ Convertible Cabriolet, for four* .. 1875 State Roadster, for four ................. 1735 (5 wire wheals) State Victoria, for four* ............... 1875 THE COMMANDER EIGHT Sedan, for five . ........................,$1475 Sedan, for seven ........................... $1635 Regal Sedan, for five* ................... 1625 Regal Brougham, for five** ........... 1650 Victoria, for four ........................... 1473 Convertible Cabriolet, for four*.. 1595 Coupe, for two ......... . 1445 Coupe, for four .............................. 1495 RrgalTourer,forfive* ......... 1545 Tourer, for five ................................ 1443 Regal Roadster, for four ........ .. 1495 (5 wi*a wheels) THE COMMANDER SDC Sedan, for five ................................ $1325 Regal Sedan, for five* ......... .. {445 Regal Brougham, for five** ............ 1473 Victoria, for four ............................. 1325 Convertible Cabriolet, for four*. . 1445 Coup^, for two ................................. 1245 AU frica at the factory. Coupe, for four . Regal Roadster, for four ............. (5«w».hs.h) a . THE DICTATOR EIGHT iia* Regal Sedan, forfive* ............. .. Coupe, for four ................. .. . 1193 . 993 RUSSELL MOTOR CO. WILLIAM A. RUSSELL-SOLE OWNER Mamaroneck Ave. cor. Mitchell Place

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