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THE DAILY PRESS, WHITE PLAINS, N. Y., MONDAY, OPTEMBB 23. 19V Supervisors Tour Parkway's; Play at Playland; Open Casino At Rejuvenated Glen Island D DOTDIPTTANO Coun * y Solon ‘ Hi8hly p,e “ ed AI j I u I tllvl lUflu With Progr«u of Improve ­ rs sj *|i I T T n I) tnents Throughout Westches- U W H A L L H K ,er - 0ver f'f'y Participate In INDOOR RING 350-Year-Old Inn Timid North Boardway Fam ­ ily Calls Small Army of Police; Rodents Play ­ ing Hide arid Seek All Discharged From Grass ­ lands Hospital After Re- * ceiving Treatment — Cyclist la Hart Flanked by motorcycle outrider* to expedite their progress through the heavy traffic, the Westcbeeter County Board of Supervisors, sup­ plemented by numerous county of ­ ficials. swept In a motorised cavqfc cade ovbr seventy-live fhllea oT Westchester parkways and roads Saturday afternoon on tho annual Inspection of progress of the work being done by the Westchester County Park Commission. Chaperoned by Chief Engineer Jay DoWner and Deputy Chief En- glr.ejp^Leslle Hoilcran. the group Seven persona were slightly In ­ jured In auto accidents In the ' Town of Oreenburgh over the week ­ end. All were released after treat ­ ment at Grasslands Hospital. , Michael Flynn. 13, of Astoria, L I., received cuts on the arms and face when an auto driven by bis A tale that has the well-known fable about the mouse who con ­ quered the linn backed off the map was revealed her* today In a police report of a couple of rats that dis ­ rupted the peaceful slumber of an entjre family Saturday night. Hearing mysterious noises In the cellar during the eltcnt hours of the night, the timorous souls In . a North Broadway home became con­ vinced that ttjo screen burglar was In their cellarr-and that they were about to be slain In cold blood — or something equally desperate. An excited alarm brought a small army.of cops to the scene which after a diligent search, dis ­ covered that an Innocent family of raat was having a little nocturnal gam<> of hide and Seek between the walls.- And after the doughty of ­ ficers had calmed tee fears of the , frightened ones, they all went back I L. ROSENZVIAG father left tbe road and overturn ­ ed after swerving to avoid another machine at the Intersection of Knoll wood and Grasslands roads. Five persons In an auto driven by Romero Idurro, 117 Franklin street. Tarrytown. were hurt when the machine collided with a motor ­ cycle driven by Henry Spenk. 301 Mamaroneck avenue, on the Saw Anthony Garfano Wins *th Doubtful Distinrtion For ' First Arrest Under llie New Ordinance >le .avenue merous'automobiles left the court Igc Hum- bone here at 11 o'clock and made utUng in the first stop to Inspect the new e Church County Community Center In White Road and plains, on the Tarrytown road. Th ® magnificent auditorium, to ” ea , seat 1.000 persons, with overhang- T Wni- lnB Rslleries on three sides, a novel when sub- construction allowing the etlmlna- aced In all tion ot supporting posts or columns i each lot ,or lht Bsllerlcs, excited the admlr- bc built stlon of Ihe visitors, as did also the Mts coating Immense stage at the north end of ~ the building. Above the entrance at that I* U»« smaller audltorlup to be venue was knovtn as the little theater, f the mrfln Provision has been made for mo- 1*1x10* and tlon picture projecUon rooms. Tbe business immense roof especially attracted a] activity, attention. It Is of a honeycomb restriction pattern somewhat similar to those progressed 0 f several of the new buildings at estrlcUons p] a y|and. the design coming from Germany. heii 'White \Westchester County Center ” Is ng ordln-1 lhe Inscription above the entrance titho City “ nd on cach ■ “ >* huge columns iuc front- 1 carry the names of all towns and et was do-1 cities ° r / ,he county. Tho irtone- ,Hh stores I work. It/was announced. Is to re- ,1 e [ celve two Coats of paint and the ordinance ' celling of the auditorium will also restriction. J carry a sky-blue color, adding to I made yesterday morning by Officer Dunckel of the Greenburgh police. Dunckel Issued s summons to Anthony Gsrfsno, 193 Tsrrytown 1 Road. Fairgrounds, who Is charged with dumping an old car on the property of Howard Dander. Dobbs Ferry Road. He was released In ball of (23 for a hearing Wsdnes- day.nlght- 1 At the meeting of the town board. | i Judge William Seely before whom I - Garfano will appear, stated that he . had lined several defendants on suchchsrges m | A conference for all mlsUtns I Final Display of \ 1 “ d * w,r * of lh * Westchester Prea- Playland Fireworks hy \ nr wl \ ** hrld ,nmorTOW mor °- _ z. _____ j Ir.g end sfteraoon el Pleasantvtlla I The flnsl fireworks dlsplsy st , m der ths dlreeUon of Dr Cl-nand l^n ‘ \n L'lr ” Wl \ *V “ eA,M ' *•*\\\ “ >• O — I During the past week over 100,000 <r **- Assembly .nd Dr. William people witnessed the spectscle, Hiram Foulkes of Newark, N. J. “Fighting the Flames\ and there The first session will open at 10 was an equal number unable tt see 0 ' e j ock discus ilons wll Icon- the entire show on account of In- .. .. _ element wsslher.. tlnue unUI th# nooa h6uT - • \«* In order to give everyone an op- ladles of the Presbyterian Church ■ portunlty of witnessing the display, of Pleosantvllle will then serve Frank W. Darling, director, has ar- lunch and an sJtsrnoon session win ranged to have most of the display convene Immediately after ths . repeated on Tuesday night In ad- luncheon. 'A^communion service . dlllon to a number of new Inven- conducted by Dr. McAfee and Dr If you want to know who the family was. try this one on all your friends until you get, a come Ministers anil Elders of the Presbyterian Denomination Will Hold Conference, in Pleasantville Tomorrow olin Collins, Pleasantville, Knife Victim; 24 Stitches to Close Wounds; Seek Alleged Assaiant Lawrence Farms, Inc., announce 'as their third sale within a week the purchase of an estate of be- : tween one and two acres In Law ­ rence Farms South by E. C. Turner, Pleasantville, chief engineer of the Air Reduction Company, Inc„ 343 Madison svenue. New York. The | estate Is on high ground on the new ; road named Highway, and contains an apple orchard. The purchaser : plane lo build In the very near fu - ' ture a low rambling Colonial house. Coinmunicuntfi of Protestant Churches Asked to Provide Lodgings For State Sun ­ day .School Visitors HOl ’ SKH RENTED Dr. Squires admitted receiving the fee for the work but said that ! i he had acted as a private physician and not In (ill official capacity. I “ There has been no question raised of violence or foul play xu 1 anything like that nor did the case com* front any police or public authorities/? 1 Dr Squire* said, “ it was just private medical work.\ Prince A Ripley, Inc, report the following house rental*: 97 Green- i acres avenue. Scacsdale for Dr. A. H. Urban to J. A Bogardua; 87 1 Smith avenue, White Plains for Charles W. Fabor to Harold S .Hamilton; ami 33 Iroquois road. Mohegan Heights to Clinton S. Clark. From the County Center the party tourned northward over the new Bronx Parkway extension as far as Hawthbrne. Engineer Dow ­ ner pointing out where the exten ­ sion Is to conUnue from the pres ­ ent terminal. At the proposed con ­ junction of the rapidly advancing Saw Mill River Parkway In Haw ­ thorne. expected to become in time an Important county “ crons roads.\ tho party headed southward over tho Saw Mill River road, passing the construction work at the old Woodlands Lake, now drained, and entering the latest completed link of the Saw Mill River Parkway at Stop At Tibbetts Brook Down past had been recently swamps and wrecked automobile dumps, but where are now purling streams and graded elopes, where even streams were diverted through new tunnel) to eliminate railroad crossings, the busses sped to Tib­ betts Brook Park In Yonkera Here another stop was made. csmws 1 being gap era! upon the 1 remarkable condltlo'n of flowers and shrubs, despite the- summer ’ s drought. The method of meeting the drought was explained by En ­ gineer Clarke. In charge of land ­ scaping. and Merkel in charge of maintenance. From Yonkers, the party turned eastward, hugging as close as ex ­ isting roads allow to sthe Cross- Couaty Parkway route, whersf bridges to eliminate grade cross ­ ings are already under way and _ ___ _ ___ _____ ___ _ — . where the entire right of way faces was In full charge and completed | speedy construction. It Is the esti- tbe deal. ■ mate of Engineer Downer that the Property owners affected rffti Cross-County Parkway will be com- Florencc A. Hoffman, record bold-1 pleted by 1031, the fourth large er; Harry C. Prycr, Dr. Harry and | county parkway project to be fin- Ethel M. KIapper, estate of David! Ishcd. Alexander, Harry and Ada L Picking up the Hutchinson Riv- Krone. Martha Bingham. New j or parkway beyond Fleetwood, the York City, Margaretta C. Cornwall: supervisors motored at high speed thd Thomas Simpson plot owned by north again to the Maplemoor Golf tbe Warranty Realty Company, j course In Harrison where a atop Morris Stern. Fanny S. Gednry, ; was made. More than 30,000 golf- Harry Meialar and Nathan Slrlln. j ers will have used the course be- Louise Toglio and First Church of j fore tbe close of the season, Merkel Christ Bdtenttst. declared. No lawsulta were resorted to In I From Msple Moor the party shot any case, all ownerq and mort-1 eastward over North street lo Play- gsgees signing agreements when j land.'entering by the new route ba ­ the proposition was made dear to j neath the Boston Post Road, where them. 1 formerly traffic jam was a Sunday Originally tho drainage was back : dessert for motoricts, tho new un- ed only by the owners of Mamarc- 1-rpass being the ultimate en- neck avenue property, but It was ;.-ance of tho Crosa-County Park- later decided tlfet the entire bloc/ way into Plavland. C — 1 could be served to good purpose ns , I.tinch at Playland eventually It would be given So | At the county's Playground, chow business probably by action of the , Mein and chicken were served In courts. Inasmuch as all the Rrop- the Japanese tea room and for an erty In that vicinity was already jn hour after tbe supervisors visited actions Involved. Therefore, for some time, no action of any kind waa taken. Finally, four of the 10 owner* of property along Mamaroneck ave ­ nue. from Post Road to Maple ave ­ nue. east side, got together and de ­ cided to attempt lifting restrictions on their property. Property Owner* Act It was a case of reading the handwriting on the wall, as the west side of Mamaroneck avenue | hod been opened for business i blocks and every corner excepting the northeast one waa occupied by a business block. Dr. Harry Hoffman, owner of this northeast corner site was one of the men Instrumental 7n gath ­ ering property owners Into confer- epce. Others who helped sponsor the deal were Drr Harry Klappcr, Harry Krone and Harry Pryer. alf owners oT property facing on Mn- maroneck avenue. Meeting a year ago. they quietly Investigated the entire situation - until satisfied that they could se ­ cure all necessary permission to nullify deed restrictions which pre ­ vented their properties from being used for business, although they were being taxed on a business 1 bills. ^ I Lost April Attorney Bergfncs waa I engaged and since that time, he | YOU SAVE MORE AT WEIL ’ S W. F. Hoffman Pursues Al ­ leged Hit-and-Run Driver , and Makes Capture in Tarrytown Pursuing tho alleged hit-and-run i driver who struck his automobile on Tarrytown rood. Elmsford. into j the village of Tarrytown. early this 1 morning. William F. Hoffman, 29 Hayes avenue, Elmsford, overtook . Richard H. Kappen. 28 Fifth ave ­ nue, Gloversvllle, N. Y_ and took hi m to Tarrytown police headquar ­ ters. Hoffman said that he had been driving east on Tarrytown road, whan lh* other automobile struok his car and sped on. He gave chase and finally caught the automobile. The Tarrytown police Informed him that since the alleged crime was committed In Oreenburgh he , Elmsford Police Seeking Al ­ leged Culprits Who Stole Harry Kennedy ’ s Taxi Elmsford police are searching;^ the alleged thief or thieves who stole the taxicab of Harry Kennedy of that village, early this/morning and after a wild ride, overturned and left the car completely wreck ­ ed on the Saw Mill Rlv the Chocolate factory. Office Foley o' police reported authorities In that town and he v advised to see a judge. Hla car waa only slightly di ■nburjrh :k this DISORDERLY CONDUCT Gustavs Macarello, 178 Central avenue, was arrested here yesterday on a warrent issued by Police Jus ­ tice Seely of the Town of Green ­ burgh, charging hlrrf with disorder ­ ly conduct. Whits Plains police >r FREE Installation - FREE Service t FREE Delivery ' FREE Radio Bench TO FLY TO ARCTIC Berlin. Bept.23 (UP) — Financial backing for the Arctic expedlUon of the dirigible Graf Zeppelin In the spring of 1930 has been obtained, ths , ’ Atro Arctic Association an ­ nounced today. The personnel of the expedition wjll number 48. 5 * WEEKS TO PAY A. S. Allen, Jr., Killed Phillipse Manor Resident, Who Was Ship­ wrecked Off Coast of Greenland, Dies of Injuries Suffered When Hit By Motor Car Tarrytown, Sept. 23 — Ten days pavement, his skull fractured and aftar be bad returned bare follow- his back broken. He died a few log - tils rescue from the wreck of hours talar In ths Tarrytown bospl- tbe.yacht “ Discovery,\ off ths rug- tal. got coast of Greenland. Arthur 8- Allen and two companions. Lo- Allen. Jr, 22. of Phi 11 pee Manor, clan Carey. Jr. and Rockwall R. near here, was struck and fatally Kent, an artist, sailed last May Injured by an automobile Saturday from this village to Greenland. Ths night. ** boat, waa wracked In July near Tbs young senior in Massachu- Godthaab. Greenland. Allen walk- setu Institute of Technology, was ed the six miles to that place and on his way to his parents' home obtained help for Us shipmates and MAN HELD OPEN MONDAY SATURDAY EVENINGS >TCHESTER'S LARGEST ORGANIZATION SELLING RADIO*

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