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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, October 21, 1929, Image 9

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Second Section •WHITE PLAINS, N. N., MONDAY, OCTOBBl 1), 1929 WOME N TO MEET Justice McClelland Urges Be turn of Children's Court to Keep Judiciary on Non-Partisan Buis Caleb Heathcote Trust Co:, Scarsdale, Holds Open House to Residents ’ of tl>e Community Conviction! bbtolnod declined to 47400, or 1,730 I tu than la th« pra- crding year. Total C om collided for dry lav violation* wire *7.476.- 300. an locreaie/of *172,737 from First District _ Second District Third District _ Fourth District Fifth District _ Contracts Covering Various 'items For New High School - Will Be Given Out at Meeting Tonight Contracts cover! or laboratory Second District Third District _ Fourth District Fifth District _ HARRY B. VINCENT Chairman'of the committee in charge of the dinner of the Chamber of Commerce tomorrow night at the White Plains Belmont Hotel. TEACHERS MEET Among the prominent guests present were: William Muldoon, chairman of the Now York Ath : ieUo Co mm is si on, of Purchase; Professor William H. Burr, of Co ­ lumbia; George G. Gillespie of tho Noifiorlt Board of Water Supply; John F. Galvin, chairman of the New York Port Authority and Philip Bayer of the Arm of Sawyer end Cram, architects who planned end directed the construction of tho dam. The American Legion also both presidential and gubernatorial The figures for the four dtles In the county, with comparisons ; for the last two years, are es follows: 1*37 IMS *1920 Mount Vernon-16480 23,793 15362 New Itochllle-.l4.110 20,073 14.623 White Plains — 8,400 14,101 9.152 Yonkers -------- 19,006 60.935 44380 fklse general meeting. Associate Super- • intended H. Claude Hardy, will SUCH POPULARITY MUST BE DESERVED 1 Second Section 1 . 1 ^ 7 ,™ UNVEIL TABLET TO BUILDER OF KENSICODAM Friends Gather at Memorial Service in Honor of Late Col. Merritt Havi- land Smith At the eastern base of the great ...in a hat it's CH 1C L .i n a cigarette its TASTE /■ Loo K. up' ‘ chic' ’ in the dictionary, and ice how it fits Chesterfield — “ orig ­ inality with taatel ” Originality — for the Chesterfield blend cannot be efipied. And where else can you find such mildness coupled with such deeply satisfying character? Taste — the sqle reason for smoking, the sound basis of Chesterfield ’ s popu ­ larity — fragrant spite of good tobadfes, delicate flavor, wholesome natural sweetness; in every sense of the word TASTE above everything ”

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