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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, September 06, 1929, Image 7

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After Mr \Second specific ability to eon- ■trate and co-ordinate numerous. * Isidore Graham. 439 r Boo It ave ­ nue, New York City, sent his bro ­ ther to appear for him Jn Scarsdale police court last night on charge of speeding and the youth had bet ­ ter luck than perhaps he might ’have bad himself. He paid a One of J9. , When Judge Charles M Carter called the case, the young man stepped forward and stated that he was appearing for his brother. The judge asked what his Instructions not against an opinion Ige William to Increasing application of phs- chologlcal testa to problems of highway safety, the selection and told to plead guilty and pay the One \How much did your brother give you to pay the One?\ asked the Judge. \Ten dollars, your honor,\ was the reply. \Well that Is usually the One In speed cases, \ said the Judge, \but If 1 take all your money, you will not be able to get home again.\ \That's all right, your honor.\ the youth replied. \1 bought a return ticket.\ \Wen.\ continued the Judge, \I won ’ t take your last dollar, so m make the One 11 and leave you one to have In your pocket.\ in Social Circles of White Plains and Vicinity- Wampaquah ’ s Wigwam Once StoodOutside City on Hills Now Site of Rosedale Corner House History Readied Last Evening As New Establishment Opens Its Door* and Entertains Prominent Guests from White Plains and Other Communities. Last evening the R o s e da l e Corner Roaadale was formally opened. The owner, Mr* Lynn Werner of Ma- maroneck. N. Y. acting as bastes*, entertained slaty Invited guests coming from points ss remote as Canal Zone. Arriving guests were rr door by a full-blooded Indian In tho eagle feathered regalia of Warnpa- quam. Sachem of the Slwanoy Tribe and former'owner of the property two hundred yjare, ago. The dlnneprwaa served by wait ­ resses cosltftned In Russian gowns and head-dreas. Music was -fur ­ nished throughout the evening by a Russian orchestra. Following the dinner a concert was presented by several prominent radio artists which included soprano, tenor and baritone soloists. There were no set PUBLIC-SCHOOL REGISTRATION -TO PASS 6,000 Buildings to Be Taxed to Ac ­ commodate Record Num ­ ber of Pupils Who Wish to Enter R Is now definitely established that a total registration of more 1 (ban 6,000 will be bad In the White , Plains public schools. It wae said I today by Superintendent of Schools 1 John W. Lombard In feet, said the superintendent. It | will not at all be surprising if the registration Jumps to the unheard ' of flgure of 6,230. With figures keeping pace with those of other yean, the total registration for the ‘ year will be over 6,400, but be ad-' mlttad that figures have been known to deviate from normal In several Instances. Total student registration for yen- ; tarday Was 6.697 an Increase of 214 over yesterday when 3,683 children were admitted. This number equals that of October In 1928 and means j that the number of students krnv- I dally la that far speeches of any kind. Mn. Werner briefly thanked her guests, and them of her desire to begin a guest ­ book to remind her of the pleasa j ' occasion and to recall her happlm In being honored by the presence of j the mayor and his wife. I Mayor McLaughlin was the first | to sign the guest-book and th i thanked Mrs. Worner on behalf i himself and the other guests at t ' table of H. B. Vincent, vice-presi ­ dent of the County Trust Company. A roster of the names as written In the guest-bobk follows: Frederick C. McLaughlin. Vaughn McLaughlin, Edith S. Vincent, Har ­ ry B. Vincent. A. H- Atwood. Lor ­ ens F. Atwood, Jas. HI Berry, Edna C. Berry, Oudrea 3. Wise, Wells R. Wise. Miss Claire M. Gil­ roy, Mrs. James G. Doaavnn, Benj. Kiser. Bertha Shell, Ethel M. KUp ­ per, Edith 8. Serges, Florence B. Hubbard. Narjy Clapper. Frederick ! H. Berges. Jr.. John W. Hubbard, L. [ Franklin Van Zelm, Jane Van Zelm, | Beatrice G. Smith. Sarah M. Zur- | muhlen, Frederick W. Smith. Elean- ; or Fennell, George W. Fennell. I Frank E. Clarke, Glzella G. Baxter. I^larry S. Hamilton. Mrs. Harry S. Hamilton, Mrs. E. C. Dedern. Mr Harvey L. Winslow, Mrs. Charli T. Carter, Harvey L. Winslow, J. M. H. Lyon, Chas. T. Carter, L. A. Werner, Car! Ruhe, Frederick L. Menge, Norman H. Hebrcu*. Jean Behrcus. Mrs. Charles Ruhe. Ida B. Menge, Mrs. Henrietta S. Hen- CAR HITS POLE, FOUR ESCAPE SERIOUSHURTS Treated at Hospital For In- jiirieg; Small Child Is Struck and Bruited by Truck MISS FLEMING WEDS MR. STONE ON OCTOBER 5 Plans Announced For Nup ­ tials of Scarsdale Girl to Be Held in St. Thomas Church, New York The wedding of Mlea Elizabeth Fleming, the daughter of Mr. Henry Fleming of Belmmi road, Scarsdale. to Mr. Ralph Emerson Stone, of 74 MacDougall street. New York City, will take place on Oc ­ tober S at 3 In the chapel of St. Thomaa ’ e Church on East 60th street. New York City. The Rsv. Dr. Herbert Parrish win perform the ceremony. Miss Fleming's attendants will have Miss Nsncy Trowbridge, of Oyster Bay. N. Y. as maid of honor, .and as bridesmaids Miss Sally Shonk, of Scarsdale,. Mist Harriet Maynard, of Boston, Mlea Theodora Lesley, of Chattanooga, and Miss Mary Loose Johnson of New York Tho ushers will he Mr. William Staplln. Mr. Daniel Kuhlphau, Mi J. Carleton Jones. Mr. Veter Van Dyke Voorhees, Mr. Raymond Flero, Mr. Thomas ChrysUe and Mr. Raoul Fleming, brother of the birds to be. The rccepUon after the ceremony will be held In the Metropolitan Club, In New York. Rosedale Corner Hoflse Is Opened White-Shrouded and Soft-Footed Westchester's Ghosts Shuffle Through y ears fti UnendingDance 800 CROWD HIGH SCHOOL TO HEAR NYE (Continued from Page one) mg tor the best Interests of the White Plain* High School end the .City of White Plains. He told them he believed he win ­ going to And such an atmosphere acquainted with the student body, that relations would be of the best. He also asked the students to come to him with their problems and that he would be glad at any time to do all In his power to help New tea room on Mamaroneck avenne, at the Roaadale Estates, which was formally opened last night, with Mayor Frederick C. McLaughlin among the guests. Miss Gilson and Ralph Oehl Wed Sept 14 Invitations have been issued for the wedding of Miss Barbara Oil-' son. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Robbins Gilson of 45 Ctflton terrace. New Rochelle, to Ralph Oehl. son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oehl. hlso of New Rochelle, on Sep ­ tember 14, At hte home of the brtde ’ e- parents. ahead of last y The flgure of yesterday ahead of the figures for a corres ­ ponding day In 1928 and was divid ­ ed as follows: elementary, 3.474: junior high school, 1490 and high school. 888 So far ahead of plans has the reg ­ istration been that superintendent admitted that the school depart ­ ment Is faced with the problem of finding room for all of tbese new ­ comers. The Battle avenue build ­ ing. with a capacity of 730 students. In both the Junior high and ele­ mentary sections already has an approximate attendance of 700. with more . children being registered Capacity Deceptive This capacity 1* deceptive, sold Mr Lumbard Inasmuc aa It Is Im ­ possible for any school to flU each room to capacity, alnoc the slxc of the classes limits the filling of He said that If It were possible ! to fill every chair the question of j seating capacity would, be nicely settled. / w The Mamaroneck avenue school which last year bad ona division on part tine Is now contemplating more divisions on part time. The Flshey avenue school with a aeaUng capacity of 320 Is now housing 443 pupils while the Esst View school, also with 320 seats, is accommodat ­ ing *43 children. Sines a remedy to these two cases la under way, first with a new building already begun at East view and In the sec ­ ond Instance, consideration of plans for. th* Fisher avenue site, Mr. Lumbard said that the part Urns situation will help alleviate dlffl- culUea until the new buildings are terday and early today, A party of four had a narrow escape ehortly after midnight when the auto in which they were riding skidded on the wet pavement and crashed Into a telephone pole, snap ­ ping If* off at tbs bees. All four were \slightly Injured but were re ­ leased after first aid treatment at the Whit* Plains Hospital. Tile Injured | were: Frederick Grune and his wife • Mrs. Hele.n Grune, S Clinton street, thla city; Marie Rooney, 175 Poet road, and John D. Senecal, 6 Pine lane, both of Rye. All received lacerations and abrasions of the face and arms Two and one half year old An ­ tonio Martin, was bruised and shak ­ en up when he was struck by a truck as he was playing In the street In front of his home. 50 Brookfield street, yeeterday after ­ noon. according to a report made to Sergeant Schmidt by his mother. Mrs. Antonio Martin. She said that ths truck driver, who appeared to be a Jewish man. carried the lad In- ■ to tbe house and left without giving his name, after ascertaining that he was not seriously Injured. Science Lists “ Fundamental Factors In Judgment ” Needed To Mal^e Leaders of Industry High Honor Bridge and Supper At Katonah Club Tomorrow Evening There will be a bridge party at the Lake Katonah Club tomorrow evening at 9 o'clock with a buffet supper at 11 o'clock. Thla la the fifth In a series of semi-monthly bridge parties which ths club has been holding this summer with suitable prises In addition to ths competition for th# silver cup tro ­ phy to be awarded to the player winning It three times. Effingham J. Lewis of Irvington and Burford B. Buckingham of Nsw York have each won a leg on the trophy. CARTER HOLDS BARGAIN DAY POLICE-COURT Lop* One Dollar Off Fine For Speeding When Brother Appear* For Defendant GOOD NEWS FOR MODEST MAIDS, BASHFUL BOYS No More Publicity to Age They Put on Local Mar ­ riage Liceme*; Another' Ruling Changed Modest maidens, bashful boys, and galloping grandfathers who hesitate about getting married be ­ cause they fear the glare of un ­ pleasant publicity resulting from the publication of their ages along with the Issuance of their marriage, licenses, may hereafter feel entirely free from any such hesitancy, as a suit of a ruling handed down by the attorney general of New York State, It was learned In the offices of City Clark George Zechlel this morning. Mr. Zechlel maid that tbe state official had notified him that In his opinion It was unwise to In ­ clude the ages of persons applying for marriage lies ns s s . Mr. Zechlel has already complied with his request so that they will no longer appear In this paper. Neither will anyone wishing get married eecretly have their plane foiled by the publication ot the issuance of their license before they have \taken the jump,\ since, according to another ruling of the attorney general, they will no ' er b “ issued until the couple been married end the license re ­ turned and Iliad In the offices of ths city clerk. And. algbed the newspaperman, there goes many a good story to the World Congress of Psychologists at New Haven Told What Makes Successful Business Men. \Come On Out, You ’ re All Wet! •HWUlOl CARRIES 40 Land* Safely at Cowes After Flight From Germany — Wa* Forced Down flying brought forty passengers from Ger ­ many for the Schneider Cup ra ­ ws* anchored safely at Oowee day after creating a ’ stir In the Air Ministry, ths BrlUsh Admiralty and several wireless stations along the English Channel. Several distress signals were sent out by the big plane from mid ­ channel, where It was forced down. rushed to the spot of lifeboats ware sent from several coastal stations. For a lima the Identity of the plane was not known. Th* Doraler-Wsl. however, ‘ man ­ aged to lift Itself from the water without Marches# Code de Oodlo, wife of the Italian diplomat sod pno ot Rome ’ s social leaden, daugh ­ ter of W. H. Kay of Lancaster - gate, L ond on She Is also author of a book of verses and was dsco ­ re ted by the Pope with the sec ­ ond highest honor ever bestowed TOO EXPENSIVE ARMAUTOIST Cost* Henry Jagela,' Scan- dale, $10 For Joy-ride — Fined in City Court Here (trades Preee Staff Correspondent I New Haven. Conn, Bept. 6 — 6ev- n \fundamental factors In judg- lent\ necessary for a successful leader of Industry were deducted by science and set before the , world congress of 1400 psychologist their ninth International gathering here today. \What faculties should an Indus ­ trial leader possess and cultivate In order to minimize errors In commercial judgments?\ Inquired Henry Blnns. F. T. I., In his paper at the symposium on the psychology of Industry. \I suggest the foljowlng: \First capacity, natural and qulrrd. for dealing with a new uallon Involving persons and tertala. complex. Irregular arid fluctuating factors quickly In onsadeclaii \Third knowledg) the existence to all factors problem with adequate knowledge of the essential on~ \Fourth. confidence In oneself and willingness to supplant one' Information with that from trust ­ worthy sources. \Fifth Intuition — arising out of subconscious memory In which stored a much wider experience than that covered by the actual facta under review. \Sixth Impartiality — Ability to weigh evidence, control by will temperamental tendencies, to resist suggestions and to correct the bias caused by specialization. \Seventh stability — Good health with freedom from anxiety end other depressing emotions which tend to Induce temporary but er ­ ratic fluctuations.\ Psychology Is finding an ever stronger foothold In ths Industrial life of America, according to W. V. Bingham of Nsw York. He pointed You Can See Them An; Ceaseless Measures; Wind Sweeps Down Never StilL Tbs ghos^ of many do you know? Surely there must be these century old houses. the quaint- tree-shadowed .Umbc homes that knew the tread of Rs luUonary soldiers, that beard whirr of the spinning wheel and ed the fragrance of baked in queer old Dutch ovens, that listened to tbe creak lng wooden cradles and back lbs shadows of candle-light, mugt, harbor within their hearts emory of other days than these. cheater — or. for that York — can. whenever he or i ee some of the county's most Midnight Is tbe most favorable time — midnight, when thers's a moon. If you drive to ths hollow )f the hills where these spectres ilalfcv you can see them. In the noonUght. shrouded, misty, white- obrd. shuffling In a prisoner ’ s walk, around and around In an end ­ less circle. They're tall and atoop- ahouldered. I tmay seem to you. with bent heads and pals shrouds clutched In bony fingers. Or.-If sea them from another angle, may think them straight and a proud and haughty In tbe moon ­ light, moving In measured tread the music of tbe winds and tbe or ­ chestration of a million hidden •eta unseen In ths woods around. There they are — Westchester's authentic ghosts- shuffling white- robed In the moonlight, or. If \ Masquerade for Scarsdale Juniors at Gub Monday Invitations have been Issued for a masquerade dance for the Junior members of ths Scarsdale Woman' Club. The 4lU»*s will be held ot Monday evening and wilt mark the ofllclal closing of tbs summer i son In ths clubhouse. It will also, Iha final get-together of the younger set before returning to school and college. Dancing will be ­ gin at 8:30. Miss Betsy Rosa, sum ­ mer chairman of the junior mem ­ bers. heads the committee- Mrs. Herbert 8. Connell, of Belmoy road, has been In charge of sun activities. They're the ghosts qf I lakes, of blue Inland seas ana port ­ ing brooks cascading' over rockjr stairways In the uplands of the county. They're Westchester's for ­ mal authenticated ghosts that are on permanent exhibition. LOCA TES T RUCK- Swadchamer Track, Stein Jftwm City, Reported Fowsd ia St Lam bert, Quebec Detective Rokk* of the ante squad. New York City police, ro- ported to the Whit* Plains police this roaming that a truck bearing the license plates Issued to a track stolen from th* Swarkhsmer Cool Company yard here thla week. 1) been located In St. L -*■*-* ~ bee. near Montreal that vtvwtir stole wanted » get arrow since they stole enough guaoftaa along with tt to carry them that far, and that they abandoned It af ­ ter reaching safety from pursuing It Is believed^* I th# machine 1 Gray in Oily Court this morning, but It may be so expensive ss to seriously check that popular past ­ time, In the opinion of Henry Ja- gtls. Brown'place, Scarsdale. Jagela was driving down the Bronx River Parkway tbs other night with a girl friend, with only one hand on tbe wheel, according to ths complaint, when he had ths misfortune to meet Sergeant Jaea- chker of the Parkway police. According to ths officer, Jagela was much more deeply Interested In the girl beside him than he was In th* road ahead of him or other motorists. So ths officer brought him In on charges of reckless driv ­ ing. Arraigned this morning Jagela pleaded guilty and was fined tlO. And he says, even though It Isn't against the law, \I guess I will do my ona arm driving when there aren't any motorcycle cope around.\ Mount Vernon Legionaires To Present “ Scandals of ’ 29 ” placement of federal employes, par ­ ticularly postal workers, and even to determining sufficient wage In ­ centive and distribution of rest periods for factory workers. “Where problems, recognised by ths management as of serious mo ­ ment. have been approached with\ adequate understanding of thslr in ­ dustrial setting.* asserted Bingham, “ the content, point of view and methods of psychology have demon ­ strated their applicability and value™ For such Investigations In ­ dustry Is Willing to provide oppor ­ tunity and financial support.' ' > SNO W FA LLS Nortbwesi Fed* Sharp Drop in Temperature; Montana Re ­ ports Freeze Washington. Bept. 6 — Snow fell today In Wyoming and the Black Hills region of South Dakota, the weather bureau reported. Temperature# from 10 to 20 de ­ grees below normal were reported from many points In tbe region be ­ tween Colorado, Utah and Nevada, and the Canadian Frontier. Heavy treats were reported from North Dakota and northwestern Mlnne- In Westchester The Briarcliff Laundry will take care of your pall j-Jousecleanmg Telephone Briarcliff 2160 Briarcliff Laundry, ine. Quality and Service Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. August Wedding Announced By Bride ’ s Parents WHITE PLAINS DAILjg^RESS- 96 | w Z m dictionary

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