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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, August 22, 1929, Image 3

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Tftt, DAILY PHESS. WHITE FLAWS, ft. Y, THURSDAY. AUGUST 22, 19CT MISSING Bowmen Tuesday mir ponce are muucuunii , , n for Ur*. Ulllan Coughlin.I C.liarlM Lyons I)inrni«i>rd lot . iXXKJSSSXJZ'. 1 hoinn from the residence of ; pajiort Get* Adjournment t In Jackson Heights, Gong - --------- ' She la five fret two Inchra 1 For thr llrat time In a week. City | brown hair itraak& with Court had a rraplte from overloaded • id was dressed In a blur calrndare. ActlDg City Judge Fred- r •a. while tlr. blue'and grey erlrk M. Brrgea, Jr. hearing but, I wore tan shoes and stock- one <hl* morning. Charlrs I.yons. 61 Spring street, j* defunct dark* Co . Raw York Ing firm. weA In the federatlos Iteotlary today serving tana brought- befor JOHN McENTEE BOWMAN GEORGE W. SWEENEY John McEntee Bowman ia president of Bowman,Management, operating organi ­ zation which will have charge of the White Plnina-Belmont from now on. HOLLAND B. JUDKINS A nother B ig W eek of L ower P rices wards: C*rl F. Doacher <D). Theo ­ dora C. Ranacht (3); - third and fourth wards: Edward J. Byrnes <t», Jamas .H. Moran (R): fifth and algth wards: John G. Treaty (D). Joaeph B. McCarthy (R). Petitions of county committee ­ men and delegates and alternates ta the convenUon of the ninth Ju- FOUR INJURED Service Club Member Will Be Guests of H. R. Barrett Tonight At First Function In New Ffolel ■ Representative* of Civic Organi ­ zations and Officialdom of Gty Will Speak. Form®! Opening Tomorrow Night. Hare Is another splendid example of A&P ’ s lower price policy , Mayor: Walter G. C. Otto (D). - _______ Samuel F. Swinburne (R). . . . . . .. _ . Comptroller: Walter J. Brennan Injuries 1 Are Plot SeriOllS- DrivrtkWm Tell Slorv 1, .D^ZTe. £2£T™. C “ ur * »\<• Tomorrow : Receiver of taxes: Edward B Receive First Aid Fernschlld (D), John Zauner (R>. I ' _______ Councilman: First ward: Charles „ ... N. Meyer (D) and Adam KUtlnger! Counter charge, of reck sss dr (D). John F. Roberta (R). Ralph \V5 were preferred In police he. D. Whitmore (R) and George M. quartc™ here by Walter Peer, I New (R); second ward: Thomas A. South Fourth avenue. Mount V, Manning (D) and Stanley W. ! non »nt > Knowles, color Church (D), Geprge Boardlngham Warren avenue. Greenburgh. f (R). and Glen O. Carter (R): third I lowing an accident on Bronx Rli ir^^rlw P. >on.r ID. and P^kway at 5:40 o ’ clock yert.rd James R. Rooney (D). Harry C. \htrh four persons rec.lv Squires (R). K. Richard H. Bowden 1 alight Injuries. Both automobl (R) and George L Roberts. (R);i were wrecked. fourth ward: Peter F. Hunt (D) 1 According to the Parkway Pol and Adrian E. BehUng (D). George report, the Knowles car. got MacDonald (R). Thomas Fasso CR>. north on the Parkway near Grei Supervisors, first ward : William ! burgh, collided head-on with t E. Cotter. <D). William H. Living- : P*\ automobile. --- ----- ------- w ------ .. Davld x. I Charlotte Peer, a passenger Pile Driver* Annoy John D ’ s Daughter; Complains To Police Tarrytown. Aug. 23 — The nolae of pile drivers working •n the new Chevrolet factory ere annoy Mr. and Mn Javid Mrrrleweather Milton an-ln-lnw and daughter of ohn D. Rockefeller. Jr, or. he Pbcantleo Hills estate three miles away, they com ­ plained to police today. The Miltons ars spending the summer on the Rockefel ­ ler estate. The pile driver starts early and works late The yourigcouple who were married Just four years sgo complain that It' disturbs Henry R. Barrett of this city will -ather around him at the festive board In the East Room of White Plains' new hotel, Uie Belmont, the representatives of four service or ­ ganizations of this city, the Rotary, the Lions, the Klwanls and the Ex ­ change. for what la regarded as onr of the most Interesting^ functions ever held In the county sent, for It brings together for an evening of featlvlty for the first time, four ser ­ vice organizations who hsve been Instndnentsl In the progress of White Plains. The dinner will take place at 6:30 and will be exclusively for the mem ­ bers of the sendee organisations wlth^the exception of representa ­ tive bt Bowman Management, the operating organization, who will have charge of the White Plalne- Belmont from now on. These In- I elude John McEntee Bowman, pre- 1 sldent of Bowman Management; | George W. Sweeney, vice president. | and Holland B. Judkins, managing director. Mr. Bowman who la a re ­ sident of Westchester, living at Port Chester. Is unquestionably the foremost builder and operator of boatelries In this country. If not the THE famous branas of.foods you s«e displayed on A&P shelves indicate clearly the quality of foods sold in A&P' Stores. At A&P, the Nation ­ ally known standards of food perfection are offered for your selection. And, com ­ bined with quality, to make a perfect value combination, are A&P's low prices...prices that offer amazing savings I ston (R); --------- --------- ---------- — , Oamptm (D), Edward Canon (R) . third ward: James F. McCormack (D). George F. Bacon (R): fourth ward. Dr. L. F. Marino (Dl. Leo Ferrara (R). The case will be heard In City Court here tomorrow aaornln*. Choice Sontoi coffee. The pick of South America's flnert coffee cropi. Excellent for hot or Iced coffee. CORN FLAKES Pori Toaitiei or Kellogg'*. Serve them with fruits in season. MOELLER ’ S Macaroni, Spaghetti or Noodle*. For a delicious potato substitute. GINGER ALE Clicquot Club or Cantrell & Coch ­ rane. A big value In Ginger Ale. BREAD Grandmother ’ s Bread is mode of the finest Ingredients. BAKED BEANS Quaker Mold Brand.With a sauce of tomatoes and o savory strip of pork. GELATINE DESSERT AAP Brand. Your choice of several popular flavors. EVAPORATED MILK WhHehouse Brand. From the heart of the Notion's famous doiryiand. REGULAR LOW PRICES D AY In and day out, pricas such as these point to positive economy for those who choose to shop ot the A&P. - -o Fourth Ward: John J. ^,ni, wInl: Dl^rtck cam. imprUoned in the Union Kinney- ( D), John Condon (R>. (D)> John Power. <R>. and Nor- t on U dose to set t ng a record ...n .«'ord: William McGeary (D). ; man E QrBy ( rj .almost continual Sight, aecorft Joaejfi R. Gonda (R). Blxth Ward: i \ to station employoa. The flight John M. Reagan <D). Edward S. I Mount Vernon j pBren tty is going on without Muggins (D) snd John J. Keefe ; Comptroller: Leslie V. Bateman ' fueling, for as far > as any! (D). Arthur Howe (R). Seventh (Dl Roy W. Aylesworth <R). | knows the bird has not eaten I Ward: Roaa 'F. Colagno ID). Felix Alderman, flrat ward: William week, but drfctes over the bsed A. Surrlbl (R), Eighth Ward: Wll- Bantx. ID) George Percy-(R); aec- hurrying vacation crowds ale llaroCeave n. Jr. (D). Frank Haby ond ward: Rgnaon Caygill (D) continually night and day. Eft (R). Ninth Ward: William Pres- Thomas Pritchett <R>: fifth ward: to entice it down for food I ton' ID). Walter Arklnaon (R). George W. Johnson (D), Lbuls v-en unavailing Lights In the Tenth Ward: John C. Roth (D), A1- young (R). > tlon burn brightly each night In Mft Hennlne IR).-Walter C. Ker- CMwr.-icm- Wr«f ward- T/inli V. ___ . — ___ , . I . EVAPORATED MILK KELLOGG'S PEP 1 1 been recalved from soma of the . most prominent residents of White •i BUSINESS WAS GOOD I P1 ** n *' headed by Mayor McLaugh- - Un. Reservations for tables can be ' 1 ne£°wuthrough Manager John A. !T ab rf , l yUh *\ n ‘ n * Alcalay, by telephone . ' here, when . prohibition agents en- . 8 *V , »dey night there will be ; ten!d m. pi^ A^wd^rro S FLEISCHMANN'S YEAST WALDORF PAPER scon TISSUE Photographer Invade* Leper Colony SELOX BRILL-O LARGE PACKAGE William Beatty, Fairgrounds Resident, Freed on Assault Charge, Is Found Suffer- jpg Scalp -Lacerations CHOICE MEATS and FISH A tlantic & P acific EASTERN DIVISION

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