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mt press JJ'ELKPHONE 9200 WHITE PLAINS, N. Y., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4,1929 JBJavom 9200 Mercury Hits 99 New Jersey Village Broils, While Record Heat Is Reported By New ' York Forecaster Car Owners Eager to View - Latest Front-Wheel Drive tT ^ Automobile On Display Here Lo«J Auburn Dealers Are En- tbuaaitic Over Reception Given to Cord Eight. ■Many associated only with ths hlCbaat priced European model#, the new Cord, sight-cylinder, front- display last night tor the first time In White Plains In the Mamaroneek »ne ‘ Showroom of Anthony Dl A and Anthony ~ “ Alburn ^ bald last aroused* in the past by I publicity accorded IhU could be taken as a criterion, then tattoos in erery respect. It la the first time a recognized automobile company of this country has goo* Into large scale produc ­ tion at*' _ e of «u tamo bile Is practical. fthey have succeeded In producing acar-whish In appe pare*, favo. rbly with market. Unusual features which place this car la a distinctive class In ­ clude 'all moving parts under the bpod; a battery accessible merely by.raising the hood: gear shift bar as part of the dashboard, thus proving an unusual amount of leg room; f height of but sixty-seven Inches, nearly a foot lower than the average automobile, but neverthe ­ less with ample headroom, and last but not least, lockhead hydraulic brake*' ■ The wheelbase Is 127 H Inched!* Mr. Dl Scale declared that It Is As finest car that be has ever driven or sold and he unhesitatingly predicted a most favorable recep ­ tion from the public here. \Without exaggeration.\ he said. “ It compares with any foreign or higher, priced ear. It must be seen to be appreciated. ’ ’ r automobile will be of ­ fered In four models, brougham. ' nand cabriolet Powers to Consider Root Plan to Enter U. S. in World Court Geneva. Sept 4 (UP) — Sig ­ natories of the World Court protocol convened here today to revise the statutes of the court and consider the Root project which would make adhesion of the Uniter States to the court possible. -* ~\ OUNTY ASKS $69,000 ANTE Gty Must Put Up Money Be ­ fore Tarry town Road Contract Is Let The Westchester County Board of Supervisor* has notified the Com ­ mon Council of this city that It has turned over the care and main ­ tenance of that portion of West ­ chester avenue which lies within the city line and also'a' bridge In that street to the city, according to the agreement between the city and county when the road was built The Common Council last night referred the maintenance problem to Eugene Hatpin. Jr, commissioner of public works. The county has also notified the city that It must deposit with the county treasurer the sum of J69,* before the contracts for the county highway to Tarrytown will be awarded. That amount Is the city ’ s share of the construction cost tor that portion of the pro ­ posed highway which Is Included In the city limits, along Central avenue and Tarrytown road. Commissioner Halpln told the Council that. In his opinion, the situation in regards to this high ­ way la In such a state of confusion that the county would be forced to start of construcUon REALTYMEN MAKE TOUR OF WESTCHESTER Subdivide!* and Developers Inspect Many Home Areas; Urge Co-operation With Planning Boards The second tour of Inspection of the County's subdivisions and de ­ velopments was made recently by the Subdivide!* and Developer* Division of the Weetcbester County Realty Board and their guests. The officer* and governors of the West, cheater County Realty Board were Invited to accompany the members of-the division. Those who i ie trip were: Charles C. Mullay, president of the Homeland Company and chair ­ man of the division; Stephen L. An- geU. James H. Dewanap. Hairy Rich Mooney, Charles H. Robinson. Colvin Farley Ranson L. Knaucr, Harry Schloaser. P- Franklin Hull. Edward B. Morris E. Nelson Ehr- hart and guests, T. M. T. Raborg. Ivan Flood and guets. Stephen J. UllWell. William P. Johnston. J. D. Plumb. G. Pouoher. secretary of the Greenburgh Planning Commission, and Walter G. DeWltt. executive vice-president. Westchester County Realty Board. Starting from the Boards Build ­ ing on Grand street. WhL*e Plains. In a motor bus the realtors first visited the Kldgevlew section of White Plains which was first open ­ ed by Robert E Farley and which really started his subdivision and development business. In order from that point the following sub ­ divisions and developments were visited. Greenacres. Fox Meadow. Green- ridge. Hartsdale Fells. Hartadale Gardens. Edgemont Hills, Scars- dale Longview. Colswold. Beech Hill. Brook Farms, Bronx Hills, BronxvUle Heights. Colonial Heights. Mohegan Heights. Home- wood, Bryn Mawr Knolls, Home- field. The Parkway Commission sup ­ plied a motorcycle police escort on the Saw Mill River Parkway and Farragut Parkway thence to the Albany Post road. From that point were visited Ravensdale, Shade Lawn, Cedar Ridge. Then north to Phllllpse Manor and Sleepy Hollow Manor. Passing north along the Albany Post road, Audubon at Os ­ sining was visited. From there the subdivider* and developers proceed ­ ed to the development of the Hal- New York. Sept 4 (UP) — A belat ­ ed heat wave that has struck the eastern seaboard showed little signs of abating today. Yesterday's temperature of 94.2 degrees here was the highest of the summer and a record for Septem ­ ber S. Almost all cities In this sec ­ tion suffered from similar condi ­ tions. and at Plainfield. N. J, the thermometer reached 99. Providence, Albany and Toronto bad M as the high tor the day and it was a record In each case * September 1. Boston suffered f 97-degree heat and Portland ’ s high was 94. New Yorkers did not notice the heat so much as they did Monday when the thermometer only reach ­ ed 92. because yesterday breezes from the west were felt all day. No heat proatraUona or deaths attrib ­ utable o heat were reported. yan Realty Company at York town Heights where they were the din ­ ner guests of that organization. . Brief talks were given during the dinner by H. J . Kenner, general manager of the Better Business Bu ­ reau, and by B. G. Poucher. secre ­ tary of the Oreenburgh Planning Commission. Mr. Poucher stated that In the Town of Oreenburgh there was ISA square miles outside the limits of Incorporated villages and 12.8 square miles of this were still In acreage never Laving been subdivided. He stated that since June, however, eight maps of sub ­ divisions had been submitted to the planning board. He said that he was sure that moat of the planning board of Westchester's communities would welcome an opportunity to work In harmony and unison With ths Westchester County Realty Board. Chairman Mullay of the division said that too many subdlvldera and developers regarded planning NOVIC E CRA SHES Skier Said to Have Seized Controls Daring Trip in Borrowed Plane Krlmlaler, 18, and his slatef, Axella, 20, were Injured last night when they crashed In a vacant lot In a borrowed plane. The youth, who Is a novice flier, borrowed the plane at Roosevelt Field to fly over hi* house for the benefit of the other members of the family and neighbors. Although he suffered severe Internal Injuries In the crash. Krlmlaler was able to tell police his sister became frightened and seized the dual con* — ’ -**■-- plane. Mlza Krlmlaler slightly Injured. The left wing of the plane * purely regulatory bodies and In turn too many member* of planning boards and commissions regarded subdlvldera and developers as hav ­ ing purely aelfisb motives and as without any civic Interest- \Much could be accomplished.\ said Mr. Mullaly, “ If tbe planning boards and the subdivide!* and developers division of Westchester County Realty Board cooperated upon their mutual problems. ” Stephen Hogan of the Helyan Realty Company made the Interest ­ ing statement that 93 per cent of their sales within the last year had been sold to Westchester County people. Colvin Farley made the sugges ­ tion that a subsequent tour of the division be made of the perks end parkways of Westchester saying that In his opinion very few of the realtors of the county had the prop ­ er knowledge and Information about these parkways. PERMI T SERVICE Mrs. Eva Saddler GiTti. Jenniizion to Serve Sammons and Com ­ plaint Bjr Publication Mrs. Eva Baddler ,of Mount Ver nop, la given permission to serve her summons and complaint In a divorce action against her husband, by publication In two county pa ­ pers In an order signed here today by Suprame Court Justice William F. Blcakiey. Mrs. 8addler In her complaint charges that her husband has been untrue to her since 1926 and that he Via* lived in Virginia since that Ume. She says that they were mar ­ ried In Newport Newa, Va, In 1924. MANY DROWN Peshawar, India, Sept. 4 (UP) — At least 109 persona were reported drowned and 2.670 houses destroyed by floods In the stats of Swat today. NEARBY BRICK PRODUCERS * ---------- $1.25 Rale Per. Thousand on Imported Brink Will Help Hudson River Yards — No Effect Inland nr OKOnne H MANNINO^ (* s.Bl««taO i(Oo»r*j^ Washington. Sept. 4 — The duty of *123 per thousand proposed by ths Senate Finance Committee for com- I mon brick Imported Into this coun- | try. will not effect Inland producer* and will besreflt Hudson River pro- , duerra. ths committee stated today in its report on the measure. | The reasoning of the committee ' Is substantially that of the New Yorkers who presented their case to membeis of Congress here dur ­ ing discussion of the bill, despite tbe f act that they did not receive as high a duty as requested . “Comparatively little forelg»> building brick la used In this coun ­ try,\ the committee said In its for ­ mal report, “ except the brick, tor the most -part from Belgium. Im ­ ported through the port of New York and used at that point \The Imported brick competes al ­ most wholly with the similar pro ­ duct made In the Hudson river dis ­ trict of New York, the only Impor ­ tant aourq? of supply of the domes- , tic brick of New York City. The i Importation of brick free of duly enables Importers to sell the for ­ eign product In that market at a , price considerably below the price at which the domestic producers would have to sell In\ order to man- ■ ufacture at a profit \Because of comparatively high transportation coats. Imported brick does not move to Inland points, and accordingly the proposed duty of *123 per thousand would, not af ­ fect the price* for that commodity at points distant from the aea- board . “ It would, however, benefit the producer* In the Hudson river dis ­ trict who sell practically their to ­ tal output In New York City.* CO-OPERATION WANTED New York. Sept. 4 (UP) — A plea to police for cooperation In dosing speakeasies to curb crime was made by Prohibition Administration Maurica Campbell In his formal re ­ ply to Police Cernmlsaton* - Grover Whalen on the liquor situation Hi New York. Public School Registration Proceeding'at Rapid Pace; Classes Held This Afternoon 23 POLLING BOOTHS OPEN - FOR PRIMARY Common Connril Degignate* that because of a Voting Place* For Bal- U ° B ' loting on Sep ­ tember $7 figures (or Gty To Be AraAaU$ light StyeT i n tniitf Common Council lait night _ ed s resolution designating the fol ­ lowing places throughout the city a- the regular voting places In the primaries to be held oa Bepti 17: N -- Ward One: District One. felts Brothcn store. 7 Hamilton avenue; District Two. Chatterton Engine Co. fir* bouse Robertson end Herding aven :*#: District Thebe. Parkway Auto Supply Company, 8 Central avenue: District Four. vot- Ing booth, Hawley lertott Parkway. Ward Two: District One, Subur ­ bs-! Weatherstrip Company. 10 Mar- Tine avenue; Dletri.ct Two. Fisher 'hgenues school. Fisher avenue; Dis ­ trict Three. Poet rood school. “ read . and Soundvlsw afsnue; trict'Four. South Slds Englni firs house. South Lexington av Ward Three: District One. Rex Cole. Inc.. 100 Mamaroneek avenue: District Two. voting both. Poet road and Cheater avenue; District Three, vacant store. Grove street nser Martin* avenue: District Four. Carpenter's store house, *1 Brook ­ field street; District Five, voting booth. Post road and-Davis Ward Four: District One. Realty Building. 185 Main street: District Two, voting booth, Roekledg* ave ­ nue and Church street; District Three, Hopkins store, 73 Hamilton avenue. Ward Five: District One. George Washington school. Orchard street; District Two, East Bids Engine Co. fir* house. Terrace avenue and War- rent street; District Three, voting booth. Broadway and Main street; District Four, vacant store. J7J Mamaroneek avsnus. Ward Six: District One Munaro- Iblj Is naosoal. he sold, las* nucb as it ordinarily r.quires owe >* more days te com] .................... ton of pupils before « gun. J*s placed the I f three, had reported for doty sad 4 with tbetr etoee- • dad la neck avepue school. Mamaroneek and Bryant are The Dangerous Road By - ' NANCY BARR MAVITY tbs cases ef ksr swell SaugMsr. Jasso! Mr lljlll, CIMt. wu carry lor se IS I rslr wtt» »v* WaUssa. as srvaaloaaas. jxxgrET- ---- ss\ “ HOW OO OX WITH THI STOUT: CHAPTER M. It wfis • very morose looking young- naan wlto thing his unused golf ehbo Into the tonneau of the car and swung Into the driveway - with a vicious grinding of gear*. **naf* It.\ hs mattered. “ Take It out vm the cor. Just lash out at something. That's the way you tqok H oat on Joyce. But you can't got out of thing* that way. ” The letter of which he had «pok- ea lo .-Raymond crackled la his breast-pocket. Automatically he hod transferred It to ths coot of , hi* golfing clothes when be cl ed hid sou. And U-was that l< rather than the thought of any . b e twi da his ayes, it had been good, whoa he stood up for Joyce at his , 3J* -,Mr \ -------------- tens* aptlsfaction. Uk* that of hit- sdFsr a rohefc bwt. Is tr,.thst was all eda-t B*e ^ • gm tor potting things jspruper places: A thin wisp ef a am 11 * drifted across hi* set WOMt i, After aB a me** was bu- s Ilfs to 1L Thor* ' ad. Why firelight touching the shadow* of 1 golf knickera. He rummaged for a her hair to glimmering gold. | *tew kettle, which he filled with wa- But there was not much memory I *\• kept a wary eye on It while of that night In th* word* of her 1 heated, a* If he were letter! He took It out and read IV afraid It would play-trick* If left again, seeking some hint of sup-| unguarded for a moment, press Ml feeling. He fought down I \They ’ re fewer of them to wash an Impulse to self pity. She gave 1 than there would h*ve t no sign of being lonely. She dtdn' think what It was like for h i m , there In tbe empty house. She talk ­ ed gUbly about waiting a year! \A year — It looked short to her. did It? Well, when she was at home he hadn't' acted as If her presence were so all-fired Important to him. It hadn't been. He badn' UU the was gone. He ’ d let little thing* irritate him — and all the time be was letting the big thing slip away. Maybe those little thing* would Irritate him again — he wss just that much of a fool.* But by Jove, If they did — If he ever had ' other chance with Joyce he ’ d least know this Ume that they w only little thing*. With a heavy ilgh he folded the letter and replaced U to hie pocket. May be It was had let her slip too far, so far that aba had learned to get along with ­ out him. If only the had a . least bit lonely! Cliff became aware In the of on odd UtUe round — a slight round, but steady, persistent. There was a curious smell, too, like hot metal. “ What the dickens — ? ” He leaped to hi* feet so abruptly that th* stool by the morris chair toppled over with a little crash, and i home after Jeannle ’ t Illness. He ’ d taken It tor granted that ----- ought to keep house though heavens ftlL Well, he Ha thrust th* tan kettle under with water hi th* nouns uis a ir vertog that the bottom of urn ■ tan kettle was burned through, U«6 , TU say this artistically way, ” ha muttered, one ’ peach of a Job.\ Once started be ' thorough. Every glass was wiped until It alyine. every cup meUeu- lously polished. . \I'm glad that's dons.\ hs said a* ha stacked the last saucer at tbe top of a neat pile. He rather wish- ed there were someone, almost any ­ one. to admire his handiwork. \But gee, what's the use? Tomorrow morning I'll only begin to get them dirty all over again. ’ ’ It being the first time this truth hod occurred to Cliff, he thought It quite an ori ­ ginal obacrvaUon. He reached tor bis pip* and then stood staring at the pile of cups and aaucen on the drain board, the pipe dangling for ­ gotten from his fingers. \Why It ’ s Just Uk* Insurance,\ be whlepered. \It ’ e a treadmill. Maybel ts* Joyce's version of the Insurance office. Maybe ahe like* drawing fashion designs better than washing dishes. If It was I — If I was out drawing plans for building while ahe waited at home, maybe 1 wouldn't put such a lot of yearning to be beck at tbe office Into my letter* either!\ He wu still staring; pipe In bond, when the telephone bell rang with startling loudffee* from the empty Uvlng room. the chlU of the evening air. In the | a bore! Women — women with any fireplace. Absentmindedly he reach- { wom *n with no children should ed with hla free hand Into the pock- j have • alimony at all. If It hadn ’ t at where he kept hla tobacco. The been Tor George himself, she'd pouch wss flat to hi* touch. Hell. ' have been cast adrift, absolutely he was out of tobacco! .He'd have penniless. to get out the car or else walk ten Jt f „ r . A wom(UJ ., pUce ,b * TT WTO 14 ‘ h « horo *- wasn't It? It and then come back-to this. The „„ wom(D wbo couM n't let KT\ w .. well enough .lone. *ho had In- , lb ^. b w 1 i ‘ ^» Wh ^ slated on going out and earning mere to come dsck to . j the(r | lv lngs — she visualized them And ahe was lonely, too, was I ( n ridiculous flat-heeled eboes and •he? She knew what It was Uke, j w ith, straggling, uncurled hair >late emptlnae* romewhr — - 1 .................... -- — Ibis desolate emptiness romewhsre wh o Jhad spoiled everything. There Inside you. Well. If she felt the waw a time when a woman. If ahe way he was feeUng now. It wasn ’ t a sensation be would wish on any- He turned back to the tele- I and sank an octave t high r the «n Wallace.\ He know It was. Nobody but Eva spoke his name Uka that Ha smil ­ ed Into the mouthpiece, an oppre- clatlve smile. Eva. thank heaven, e of those fools wbo ■ \Do you know wbo this Is?\ \I thought maybe you were my yourself and might Uke to oo Tvs quit* lost sight of you Inder way In th* end — Oh. shucks, he'd probably overrated bar seri ­ ousness. Well, tbe safer waj^lhen. • - - — - — ; ------ - ---------------- Bnt, squaring his shoulders, he felt w “ ohoked by a hissing very safe Indeed. There - cloud of steam. He dropped It with danger of hla losing his hei phone with sympathy. - He was sure of himself- And what did Joyce expect of him any ­ way? She was having a good time, doing work that she could do welL aqd loved.' She wasn ’ t tbe sort to want him to alt at home like a hermit. Just being lmserable. That wouldn't be Joyce ’ s way. She would understand. By the faint rounds of Ufa that come through the telephone receiv ­ er he knew that she had not bung up. lie purposely made hla words formal, that there might be no mis ­ understanding. \Are you etlll there?\ \Yes Clifford. ” \Very well 111 be glad to come over and call tor a few minute*, if I may.\ desk, and drew out a package of cigarettes. They were of a cheaper brand than those In the silver box on the smoking table, and represented one ef Eva's frenzied and futile efforts mt econ ­ omy. She had waited to light the fire until she was sure that Cliff was coming, and ahe slumped for ­ lornly Into a chair, watching th* first wandering spurts of flam* gain In strength and assurance a* they darted among the klndUngm. Women had-a rotten time In this world, ehe mused In a rare fit of Philosophising born of her depres ­ sion. How men did let you down! They asked ‘ ------ had any looks at all. could expect to be protected and cherished. If It weren't for. those others, no judge would have dared glare at her and call her an Vablebodled woman\ — horrid phrase! And thing* were growing atead- y worse — the-plle of unpaid bill* mounting/ the alimony payment* less and leas adequate to keep her accounts running, no matter how widely she distribute! email part pa. meyit*. She hadn't any head for figures — women weren't sup ­ posed to have! She shouldn ’ t have to think of such thing*. It wasn't her fault If ahe got all tangled up. For the first tli ■he wouldn't have done better i stick to George. George was so hard and unforgiving — and such a bore! Women — woman with any looks — were mad* for love, weren ’ they? She hadn ’ t meant to go so far, but the couldn't help 1C And then, when George had found them, he wouldn't listen to reason; he had rushed off to the divorce court- At first It had seemed glori ­ bs free — to do as you liked, without that continual fearful listening for footsteps, for the ■und of a latch key. But It wasn ’ t ich fun when you had to keep up appearances and th* debts crept up n you before you were aware. Cliff wasn't rich, but riild taka cor* of bar lift this crushing load of anxiety from her. What a relief It would be to charge thing* again, end just tarn the bills over to someone ..at the end of the month! And Vos In love with him. of course, loved the way the hair grew __ hi* forehead, the hard line of his jaw, ths wistfulneee cigarette Into the fire as tl bell rang at tbe end of the Cliff fumbled unnecessarily wtth'i hla light overcome In embarrassed j fear that ahe would kiss him. But ahe didn't. She did not even hold out her hand until he had hung the coat on tbe rack. Than the said, with a wistful friendliness - that suddenly warmed him to her: | \Well we ’ re sort of two lone cats tonight, aren't we. Clifford?\ What an ass he had been to stiff ­ en himself against her. Why. *he was nothing but Just a poor llttl* lonesome kid, after all! \If* nice to see you again. ” «he said with naive simplicity a* she led the way Into the living room. \Well. Its\ mighty good to be hare.\ The banal words cafne out with an unpremeditated warmth of emphasis. \That empty bouse we* beginning to get on my nervea.\ w. “ ehe said softly, and with a Utile \\ '- *~ .an I trusted left me for ­ th! ngs. We women are trusting. I guess. We believe — too much. And then we get — let do \Don ’ t say that. Eva — don ’ t! But he knew what ahe n» He hod given her reason to trust too. Poor ,Uttle girl! _Bhe coming to him for comfort — 1 ahe needed him. Her head drooped toward him. He found his cheek against her hair. And then some ­ how her face waa turned to ’ his, and their lips had met- He felt the strength of hla arm* around I her. She needed him — and Joyce? Joyce, after all, seemed amply abla i to do without him. Joyce wrote | without a. quiver about waltjng a I year. There bad not been the faint ­ est/ hint of appeal between the - lines of her letter. When tt Cam* i . - •- .. Joyce had ' dictated to check him. Be oolj there could be do fife t out Joyce. She simpty. grip of his two hands oa h bad never felt so s m a ll , so oa ole. so much a cad. roOtlag t] enselesa. as at that roam— t. In terribly sorry. voice: \I know! You see — until tonight — this has been an empty bouse lately, too. Never mind!\ she added more brightly as hla | •ached automatically toward hi*, pocket. \I have a tin of your spsfelal tobacco all ready for yoi^- Just on the chance you might \You're awfully thoughtful. E-Ti. \Not a bit! May be I can ’ t help being thoughtful — of you. When ­ ever I ace that brand of tobacco It seema to have ’ Clifford ’ written right across ths tin — a kind of In ­ visible advertising!\ Her veto* was still light, with a trefnulouss Bote of laughter In It. But when ■be had brushed a lighted match expertly across the top of hla filled pipe. It sank to a deeper note. “ I know just bow you feel, my dear. I try to be gsy and all that, but Tm Ju*t a little home body, really. I ’ m not one of thee* ' ^dependent women go out and do everything u do. I'm not very find at managing business affair*. All - I ask Is just a Utile home neat pf my own — sind a little love. And you sea I thought I had It — when . I hadn't!\ The low ----- - husky with unshed tea \I-rm sorry.\ So Eve, ioo. had Uvsd with the fragments brqkeo dream! J — ~ or leave them- There waa no d that Joyce could Uv* without him. hU right! th* quivering warmth, of hex v pul a gTCBi acai mwnu ...» iw ment end that tomorrow. Tomor ­ row I will com* over and set your oor empty house to rights.\ CUff forgot that his arms were UU around her. He saw her M-ere — In Jeonnte ’ a room with the friero of tnntkario bunnies on the wall, la the room where Joyce's bat lay far back on th# closet shell, la th* living room where the aabee of a. deed - fir* still lay in- the, H ea l s ' tbe fir* that hod touched Joyce ’ s hair with light. It did qat wdP-E PLAINS DAILY 1 PKrnbwAKT j

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