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Ufa Itetlu Press Second Section II™™™ 9200 WHITE PLAINS, N. Y„ MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. JS29 9200 Cardinal Hayes Dedicates New | Church and School In Elmsford; I Knights of Columbus His Escort Bo3 Doe* Not Need Temple* On Earth. But People Are Privileged To Have Them A* Places of Refuge. Declare* Prince of Church. Patrick, Cardinal tor everyone, In |>artaking of the Xayee. yeetarday morning dedicated new ctznrch and school of Our Lady of Mount Carmel at Dmsford with the les ever held In ch In that village, oarted by the fourth degree r guard of the Elmaford' and Whits Plains lodges. Knights qf Co ­ lumbus, His Eminence first laid the cornerstone of 'the new edifice. I which stands on the White Plalne- Tarrytown road; blessed the build ­ ing and grounds and then proceed ­ ed Inside where ha celebrated a Cardinal Hayes, In a short talk to- the members of the parish who crowded the new church, congratu ­ lated them and the Rev. Father Racket, pastor of the parish, on tho completion of such a pretentious structure and on the rapid progress made In the short time that Father | Hackett has been In Elmsford. Tou have erected a mighty temple to Almighty God.\ bis Emi ­ nence said, “ where It will be your privilege to come and worship at any time you desire. Ood has been < good to you In permitting you to build this edifice for. after all. He does not need etmplea on earth. His power Is so great and extends over all men ot such an extent that His churches are not essenUal to Him In ruling His kingdom. “ His churches are more Important for His people because they /are places of refuge where htey/may gain hope and peaco and salvation. You are to bo congratulated and should felicitate yourselves that God will permit you to come to his / house at any time you wish for there is no earthly king or prince who would mingle with common people and Invite them to his house to dlna This the good Lord does blessed sacr^mcntc*\^ Cardinal Hayes told the audience that ha deeply regretted his Inabil ­ ity to visit the pariah more than be does but explained that the archdiocese over which he rules Is so large and bis duties so heavy that It requires mors than five years for him to visit every parish under his supervision. His Eminence also blessed the two statues over the' doors of the school which were brought Italy as a gift by one of the par ­ ishioners, Mrs. Maria Isakent. Among tho distinguished Hat of visiting clergy were the Right Rev. Monslgnor Charles Cassidy Staten Island; the Rev. Thomas Donlen. Irvington; the Rev. Thom ­ as Loughlln, Albany; the Rev. Mr. Higgins, Now York City; tho Rev. Mr. Walsh, Troy; the Rev. Mr. Don ­ ahue, Tarrytown: the Rev. Mr. Dln- en. Pocantlcj Hills; the Rev. John B. Murphy. White Plains; the Rev. Mr. O'Brien. New York City; the Rev. Mr. Fallon. Mamaroneck; the Rev. Mr. Strauss, New York City, and the Rev. Mr. D1 Michele. Val- PLEDGE $20,553 AT METHODIST CHURCH HERE Congregation of Memorial Church Respond* to Pas ­ tor ’ s Appeal For $25«000 — Vi 1 ill Acquire Balance So pleased ar tho members of tho Methodist Memorial Church with the appcaranco of the redec ­ orated Interior of their church that yesterday morning's services ap ­ proximately *21.000 was pledged In very few minutes to cover vari ­ ous expenses Incurred In the work of renovaUng tho edifice. Dr. Al ­ bert E. Beebe, pastor of tho church, ted that *25,000 be contributed\ cover the following items: *13.- I for rcnovaUons to church; *1.200 for repairs to organ; *7,000 ' >r the new parsonage, and *6.000 ir a note of long standing. Members of the choir enthuslas- c aver the more melodious tones ow coming from the church or ­ gan. Immediately pledged *1.000. The Official Board of the Church pledged *13.655. and pledges from other courses amounted to *3.898 e. bringing the total pledges at morning service U> *20,543. Tho campaign for funds will be con ­ tinued unUl the entire debt Is li ­ quidated. The pledges made by the members of the church are payablo in Installments running over a pe? rlod of 20 months. Bebee soli] this morning that the remainder would be secured within a very short time. REPUBLICANS PUT STRING ON TAYLOR MOVF FARLEY RETORTS SALES The Robert E. Farley Organiza ­ tion has just sold to Lester Staf- sholt. well known builder of White Plains, a house on Columbia avo- Hartsdale. There Is a quarter n acre of landscaped grounds In addition to the nine-room house which will be altered by the pur ­ chaser for his own occupancy. The ‘ the property was Scars-1 Mrs. Margaret Gorrlgus. of 125 lea. Tho same office hiu,] Brewster road, Scarsdale. Is named also aold. In co-operation with the as executrix and beneficiary of the office of Mrs. Kling. a colonial will of her husband, Curtis N. Gar- house In Its Green ICnolU develop- rlgus. under the terms of the lot- ment. south of the Scarsdale Sto- ter's will, on file here todky. He Uon, to Mr. Arthur Riehl for Henry dl*d on September 12, leaving an ) estate estimated at “ over *1,000.\ NAMED EXECUTRIX Will Endorse IlaiTiBon Su- perviaor Witli Understand ­ ing He Will Decline De ­ mocratic Nomination As exclusively announced In ad vance Information published In The Dally Press on Beptember 12, the Republican party of the Town of Harrison at a re\nt meeting unan ­ imously recommended . that Benja ­ min I Taylor, Derrj^cratio super ­ visor of that lown/be endorsod as the Republican (kndldate this year on tho understanding that he will decline, for the first time. Demo ­ cratic nomination. At the Republican Club Meeting 'in Harrison last night, John J. Dalllnger, Republican town chair ­ man. announced that within a few days Taylor will issue a formal statement In which he will not only accept Republican nomination but will announce hts unwillingness to accept Democratic nomination. The political switch by Taylor said to be the first of Its kind In Westchester In the last ten years, and to be caused by Taylor's un ­ willingness to support Other Demo- ’ erotic Mfininees on j tho Harrison tarty ticket At a meeting, bawever, of the Democratic Club In Harrison. Charles A. Dougherty, chairman, announced no action would be tak ­ en pending Taylor ’ s officio] state- ment ot Intentions but reasserting his prior declaration that Taylor would be the Democratic candidate for supervisor this year. Dalllnger emphasized the that the entire Republican ticket must be elected behind the super ­ visor. The other members on the ticket are: Town Clerk. Charles Majors; Justices of the Peace, Wil ­ fred B. Allen and Thomas Crotty; Receiver of Taxes. William A. Wilding; Auditors, John Huber, John Sullbeck and William Agos- qnelll: Constables, William Miles and William LubkelL The story that has staggered Tvoo Continents! ANNUA L MEETING Scarsdale Board of Education to Hold Yearly Session Tonight in The annual meeting of the Board of Education of Scaradaic will be held this evening at the offices of th* board in tbs Hardwood Build Ing. This meeting was adjourned from August 6. the date set for the meeting, when a quorum failed to appear. AGEDlfiAN HIT BY MOTOR CAR Joseph Arciadacotfo Suffers Minor Injuries in Central Avenue Accident knocked down by on solo as b day night. Hs was taken to the White Plains HoaplUi aad held j pending X-rays of an Injury to hie ; had stepped out from traffic bound In tho opposite 41 rectlon Into the path of his ma ­ chine. Joseph Ardodaoono, #4. Of Hue I ----------------- ---- ■■■ sell etrert..this city, was slightly In Advertise Your Wants la the Class I jured when he was struck and' fled Columns-of The Daily Preee RICH MARIA ! REMARQUE (A German Private) K ALL * s QUIET x # . WESTERN FI w NT Written by a common soldier who lived through the nightmare he describee, “ All Quiet On the Western Front ” has evoked unanimous critical endorsement in Germany, Great Britain, France and America. Everyone is talking about this fr°°k — and will continue !» 5?!k about it for years to come. reason will become apparent when you have read the first instalment. You will see that there never hasheena-story like this — there mav never ■sCaScillCrl Sturts Soon in The Daily Press ORDER YOUR COPY NOW1 TELEPHONE WHITE PLAINS 9200 Act | Now ♦ If YOU are not among the hundreds who have obtained 1 Automatic Refrigerators by paying $10 Down, • f^T there is still time to*- take advantage of this Extraordinary Opportunity! 50 degrees is the danger point for perishable foods ..... Safeguard your family ’ s health with year ’ round refrigeration. Q/, 1 : f EAR ' round refrigeration is. the one safe way to \eep perishables at exactly the right temperature without changing the wholesome con- 0 / dition of the food, or destroying a particle of its nourishment value. v — ' V/inSowsui and ewe^'pe/fi-ir \ecp-fooda too airr. tr cold — both dangerous to health. — from an advertisement of the NATIONAL FOOD PRESERVATION PROGRAM. On September 3rd we announced that during this month, in exemplifying our endorsement of the National^ Food Preservation Program, we would make it possible for ewry customer to acquire-.his or her favorite model Gas or Electric Refrigerator under unysually Liberal terms. The response has been tremendous. ... has exceeded our expectations. Hundreds of orders have been received and doubdess a great many more will be placed before October 1st. We believe, however, that there are a large number of other Westchester County residents interested authis offer, who have not as yet had an opportunity to take advantage of it. It is tp these folks that this advertisement is directed. , ^ Only a Week Lett! / - For the convenience of those who find it impossible to visit our office during the day, we have decided to keep our salesfloor ojsen each evening until 9.00 o ’ clock for the rest of September, Sunday excepted, of course. Come in ___ Inspect the various models. .. 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