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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, October 11, 1929, Image 2

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NEAR DEATH IN BLAZING AUTOMOBILE ounty Chapter Meets in Yonkers; Four Members Admitted; Next Session in New Rochelle Mrs. Bayer, Mount Kisco, Is Said to Have Controlling Interest in Large Silk Mill ' Yonkers, OcL 1L — The kuUck ; The sale wma mad bill, which requires all architect. | dt ^ drawmr plana for house. or build- f interesting De wapap Inga valued at more than tlO.OOO. to wma editor of the C be registered by the State of New the Cleveland Pm York, become, effective January 1. of ** ®°, uthw . . . . Scrippa-Howard ni It waa announced Wednesday night cludlnr u,, Qklahor ‘at the,meeting of the Westchester Fort Worth Press, I County Society of Architects In the Press, tha EH Paso City Club. Yonkers. j ft ' w ■*»*• T | The bin was Introduced by Sena- i ine*\ 0 j tor Seabtiry C. Mas tick. It pro-1 ' ___________ such architects to send proof of £\U\JIjf [j their standing as a practising arch- 1 Itect to the state department, of I T) T1 I Y\ ’ \T fill truling interest In the Kaysar Silks Company, became a matter of Su ­ preme Court litigation here today when Supremo Court Justice Wll- : 11am F. Bleakley signed an order to show cause presented by Francis U. Fallon. White Plains attorney, wh7 the ease should not be trans ­ ferred from New York to West ­ chester County. According to the papers In the oase. George W. Beard, whom Fal ­ lon represents, was superintendent 425 Residential and Business Sites to Go Under Hnni- raer in Parkway Gardens Sale The three classifications under IHJHI/ 1 1 V/ JLlliUl which architects are eligible to ae-1 _ TTT _ _ __ _ . _ cure licensee were outlined at, the DTTTT ft C P U A A I ssr^£gn , jssi i\ d UILU olinUUL the society, | ------------ , 1 ; r 2r-o»rr-, “ ‘ p “ : , “ on™ » r. T h . k c<»t For “ .1, 1Z.SS, 5JI Con.tHictjo. of Buildinj bie for a license That Will Consolidate 1ST Dkuicu echoed graduates. Theme graduates I ------------ If they studied at a recognized I North Tarrytown, Oct. 11 — Repre- ecbool of architecture and have had . tentative* of John D. Rockefeller, at least three year* actual exper-1 Jr, largest landowner and taxpayer lance are aleo In a position to re- In the town of Mount Pleasant, —. — •• -------- — ---------- - made It known here today that ha I will voluntarily assume one-half the | cost of the erectiWi of a new cen- Tbs Initial autumn sale of West ­ chester County lots will be held at 2:90 o'clock tomorrow when James R- Murphyfl ss auctioneer, will sell on the premises, the remaining 423 real dental and business lots at Parkway Gardens, ov*er looking Bronx River Parkway, at North White Plains. Mr. Murphy says that the lots will be sold without reservation and regardless of price. The north White Plains station is opposite Parkway Gardens, which station is on tbs Harlem Division of tha New York Central Railroad an:d the property is also accessible by motor by and road to WhIU Plains and Bronx River Parkway. Donahue was held by fits Park ­ way police on a technical charge of reckless driving pending tbs out ­ come of Glannangonla's hurts. \Tho thrld class Includes those men. who are not graduates of a technical school and who did oot file plans prior to 1915, but who have had more than 10 years exper- 1 lence In the office of a reputable architect. ” The bill, according to Mr. Pears, eppliea only to those seeking to draw plana for houses and build ­ ings valued at more Than 910,010. ' tlon of three existing high school t districts. Sleepy Hollow, PocanUco Hills and East View, If the school trustees favor the plan. , Rockefeller. It le said, prefers to assume one-half the cost of such new building to tho alternative of facing a high tax rate In North Tarrytown were the three school Advertisements Are Quide To Value Michael Paris, of that village waa started In Supreme Court here to ­ day before Supreme Court Justice Arthur a Tompkins. This Is the fl r*t Jury trial case to go on before Justice To*pklns this term. Reilly took the stand himself early today and testified as to his Political career. He said that he had been mayor for 12 year* over a lenghty period. Asked whether his campaigns waged against Peter Cedar, chief political opponent for the efflce of village president had been “ hot\ Mayor Reilly said, “ well I couldn't call them cool. ” The case was adjourned until afternoon. Four new members were ,-cept- ed by the society at last night's meetings. They were Edward John Smith. New Rochelle; Joseph Mo- Coy. New Rochelle; Louis F. Thom, Yonkers and Louis Laakln, Mount The year book of the society win net a profit between (2,000 and (4.000 If present Indications can be taken as a criterion. It was reported by Lawrence Loeb. chairman of tha E XPERTS can roughly estimata tho vain* of a product by looking at it More accurately, by handling and examining it ' Its ap. pearance, its texture, the-\feel ” and the balance of it all mean •omething to their trained eyes and fingers. MAY GRANT DECREE While reserving decision today, Justice William F. Bleakley Inti ­ mated that ha would grant tha plea of Mrs. Ethel Mae Conklin. 1 Buc h a n an- for a divorce from her hus b and. Elmer O. Conklin, Peeks- klll. The couple were married In 19J1 In Montrose. Bat no one person can be an expert on steel, brasa, wood, leather, foodstuffs, fabrics, and all of the materials that make sp a list of per. sonal purchases. And even experts are fooled, sometimee, by con* coaled flaws and imperfections. j OBITUARY Carpentry Tools Manhattan Shirti loser Cravats E.SCBHKX4S0N 185 Main Street REFUND COUNTY IS AT$52,000 Barnes Estimate* Westches ­ ter Will Get Back Only a Small Part of Amount Contributed to State PROTEST ZONE CHANGE; WOULD DESTROYYALUE Htrtsdale Residents Ask the Greenburgh Board to Main* tain One-Family Home • Restriction Cfalma that tha erection of a pub ­ lic garage and a elx-atory a part - ) menl building on land directly In I the rear of lila property on N — -* K Washington avenue, HartsdaJc. destroyed Hs value as a single fsm- ily'realdcntlaj property, were made by Nathaniel Odell at tha public hearing held yesterday by the Greenburgh town board on a pro ­ posed change In zoning on this The petition for this change, alkned by aeveral property owners “ the street, was originally denied the planning commission on August 21 and this denial conrmed by the action of the town board the next day. A final public hearing as then set for yesterday. Odell and the other petitioners were represented by William Scott, 2nd, of Elmsford. Scott malntaln- Lhnt In Its denial of tho petition, planning commission had'failed consider tfcs conservation of property value and the suitability ‘ certain use In this cast maintained that due to the an of the apartment, the priv- j acy of his clients' property was da- ) itroyed and with this, the value ps a Residence A property where only single family dwellings were allowed. Due to Us being almost entirely surrounded by property already County zoned to permit business and the 3 erection of apartment bouses, be contended that the only logical use j 'or tha property of the petlUoners| ■ss for apartment house erection. R M. Craigcr, president of the Hartadals Citizens Union appeared — the hearing to object to the pro- THE DAILY FUESS, WHITE PLAIMMffT.. FKIBAI UCTOMta II. IMP ' vruu To Avoid Air Crashes ARCHITECTS DISCUSS NEW STATE LAW Newspaper Man Buys Lawrence Farms Estate George B. Parker of 24 Brook avenue. Er^nzvllic. cdltor-ln-chltf In direct charge of all editorial eo- tlvlUoa of the Scrippa-Howard chain of newspapers, has purchased \TRUESDALE LAKE ” , A Residential Country and Lake Club QUARTER ACRE PLOTS WITH CITY IMPROVEMENTS AND LAKE FRONTAGE AVAILABLE I Also SEVERAL' MODERN ATTRACTIVE HOUSES NOW. READY FOR SALE Motor up at any time to see the largeat privately owned lake to Westchester, located between Katonah and Ridgefield A. I. DUNN, Agent South Salem, N. Y. Phone S3 BEE “TRUESDALS: LAKE ” NOW

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