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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, August 26, 1929, Image 3

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XHK DAILY PRESS, WHITS PLAINS. N. V- MONDAY. AUGUST 26. 1929 Indict Warder HURLED MILK Warfare Against Mosquitoes lent Handed Down by City Jury. Bribery Charged New Tork. Aug. 26 (UP) — Three Indictments against Frank H. War ­ der were handed up today by the City Trust Grand Jury. Warder Is a former state banking superlntrn- ; Just at the time the Italian finan ­ cier was embarking upon his pro ­ gram of expansion which led later to the wrecking of the trust com ­ pany. A second true-blll charged Warder, according to reports, with failing to examine the Ferrari Bank for more than a year, and the third with owning stock In the City I Trust Robert Grayson on Receiv ­ ing Em!, Makes Assault Charge Against Mrs. Anna Andrews Four Pay Fines For Week- End Infractions of Traffic . Laws; Heavy Court Calendar burgh police headquarter, last- Harwood **► night by Officer Foley, where she nu*. this city, was arrsatsd by Offl- was charged with'assault by Robert : cer Hogan of the Greenburgh po- Crayton, colored, of tbs aame ad- shortly after mldhlght Satur- . day. on charges of disorderly coo- ° r ' “ - duct and reckless driving. He was Bhe was paroled In the custody o? , paroled In tha custody of Lieutenant Lieutenant Stillman for appearance | Wllllam'NSUIIman. pending his trial tomorrow night before Judge WU-j ^°^ ni * ht before Jud *' W “ - Uara Seely. ] ** ” _______________ — Crayton alleges that the woman BEFORE TOU OO HHOPPINO • track U.uv.r (hi » m . with .| SSJWISu milk bottle In an altercation at hie mejts of several of tha high- home, ciltUng his forehead allghtly. I grade stores In Whits Plains. -bode B. Smith. 2 Carleton street, areenburgh. who pleaded guilty to driving a car without an operator's license was fined *3. She was stop ­ ped Saturday afternoon at Main street and Central avenue by Ser ­ geant Schmidt Harold J. Dyke. 11 Lincoln ave ­ nue. paid a *2 line for making an unnecessary noise. He was arrest ­ ed on Main street by omeer Faulk ­ ner last night. Gebrge Fenglnr. 61 Centre ave ­ nue. arrested Saturday night on a charge of public IntoxIcaUon and carrying a blackjack was flned *10 on the Brat count end dismissed on the second. Fcnglar was seated In an automobile when arrested and spent the weekend In a celL Victor Herridge. 30 Clifford Is ­ land, New Rochelle, who passed a traffic signal at Main and Ma- maroneck avenua Saturday, night paid-two dollars. Greenburgh Cops Called to Manhattan Park House Are'Not Needed ' . Rodamcr, Manhattan Greenburgh police at urgh authorities received a com ­ plaint regarding an altercation at the club about 11:30 p. m. Satur-; day, but when Officers Dobbs and : Sheridan arrived, both negroes hod Involved in the affair. Sergeant William Armstrong and Officers Hogan and Lnsee were de ­ tailed to the scene, but when they arrived, they found everything . quiet and no trace of a riot. | When questioned over the tele ­ phone this morning Rodamer told The Dally Preaa that there wasn ’ t any riot. \I don ’ t know anything about It\ he said, when told that his name appeared on the police blotter. .! Central Avenue Man Pleads | Guilty Id Charge; Continu ­ ance Granted Another on Same Charge was treated by Dr. Johnson for alight bruises. No complain was made to tha potica. . _ , Two automobiles were slightly damaged at 4:30 Saturday after ­ noon at the Intersection of Cenral avenue and Main streat One oper ­ ated by Mrs. Boise V. Smith, 2 Carl ­ ton street. Greenburgh. was turn ­ ing Into Main street, when It collid ­ ed with another car operated by Carloa Co us, 146 Brewster road. Legato Badly Cut Samuel Legato, Manhattan Park. Fairgrounds, was treated for a se ­ vere laceration of the left hand and lacteratlons of the face, this morning it Grasslands Hospital, suffered when his car was over ­ turned In' a collision on Tarrytown road near Knollwood road. legato, according to the report of Officer Sheridan of the Green ­ burgh police, was driving west on Tarrytown road when his car was struck by an automobile driven by Carl Simpson, 3822 Bedford ave ­ nue. Brooklyn, which was going south on Knollwood road. Legato ’ s car was overturned In the ditch at the aide of the road. - With ’ Sim peon at tha time of tha crash were Anna and Angelina \Felto. Washington avenue, Fair- Pleading guilty to a — . driving his automobile while under | the Influence of liquor. James Ni- ■ choleon, 138 Central avenue, who J arrested by local police over the week-end was this morning placed on six months probation - by Act ­ ing City Court'Judge Frederick H. | Berges. Jr- with the further pro ­ viso that he la to report to tbq police here every Saturday night before 9:30 p. m. Nlcholson waa arrested on North Broadway Saturday night. Terence Forrest, New Tork City, ■ ---- — — — arrested a week ago on charges of i immediately, driving while drunk, without a II- 1 hmm ' u UD u cense and with no lights on his car'following an accident on West ­ chester avenue, was this raornlni: granted a continuance of his case until August 30. He was released in *230 ball. Floyd Lapp, Port Chester, and : Joseph O'Connor. Port Chester, ar- I rested Saturday night on a charge ' of Intoxication were granted con ­ tinuances until Wednesday morn- . lng. Both provided *10 ball for their appearance. Counter charges Q0*ecklesa driv ­ ing Hied by Roee Lagans, 26 Spring street and Alfred Blovlk. Rumson. N. J, were dismissed. Appearance In court followed an accident Thursday evening at the Intersection of Main and Grand nby Ave. Resident Calls Police When Canine Acts Odd not right. Delehanty was brought Into court j Saturday morning by State Troop- ] era following hla arrest on the | - Bronx River Parkway Friday night Paul Thompson. 81 Cyurt street, arrested by police early, this morn ­ ing on a charge of intoxication, haa a fairly good Idta of court pro ­ cedure even though he told Judge Berges that he had not been In any trouble before. ■** When the court read the chargee and asked for the plea. Thompson. “ I-J gues I waive examination.\ The courtroom laughed while It was explained to the prisoner that he waa not being triad-for a felony and that be should plead either guilty or not guilty. Whereupon. Thompson pleaded guilty. He was suspended sentence. Local Negro Fails to Appear ‘ in Tarrytown Coart Today to Press Charge Tarrytown. Aug. 28.— Charges of first degree robbery against Steph ­ en Richards, former Greenburgh nollo e off icer, were dismissed today. Charles Towens, White Plains negro, failed to appear against Richards when the case was called before Judge William C. Du ell to ­ day. Richard must stand trial later with Harry Kennedy and John epot ‘ Plaza cA \Places where; printing aniJ lEngraaing for hsaring tonight. W. H. VlCKERMAN DIES SUDDENLY Frtkrick Clayton Bailer, Bronx- vile, Succumbs in Hospital After Heart Attack an Yacht More Than 100 Members At­ tend Sixth Annan! Affair; Prominent Speakers Our cAnIyJ[e-> Engraving la a new pr.ee*, of raised lettering that 111 not rub off the paper. It Is the Westchester * n See the Beautiful Kensico Dam and 0 Aeriator Aatonlo Is | WOMAN KILLED, MANY INJURED | IN CAR CRASHES (Continued from Page One) 9200 One, It was learned, accused him of accepting *23.000 from the late Francis M. Ferrari, owner of the bank. In August 1827. whlqb was FIGHTERS IN HOSPITAL Johnson and Barker Treated at Grasslands For Lacera ­ tions; Fought at Club James Johnson, Fairgrounds, and Jacob Barker. ' Manhattan avenue. Manhattan Park, were both treated at Grasslands Hospital Saturday night, for lacerations on their re- Park, specUve faces and heads. 1 12:30 a Johnson told hospital authorities ; thp blotter at headquarters, and that he had been In_a fight at the ported that there * “ * ' ------- TS3SH u XilW? Ti. Willi.™ McDonald Suffer, . Gash in Scalp; Released After Treatment PROBATION David L. Delehanty Drove Aato ‘ After License Was Revoked. Must Report For Six Months William- McDonald, Thornwood. David L. Delehanty, 6 Hamilton suffered an eight Inch gash In his avenue was this mornnlg placed on scalp, Saturday night, after he had „| x months probation by Acting b«en struck and left Mngjnjhe aty Courl Judge Frederick h . Ber- * B Jr., following his plea of guilty ______ picked up by J. J. 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