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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, October 25, 1929, Image 2

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T THE DAILY PRESS. WHITE PLAINS, N-'Y., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25. 1929 l TWO MEN MISSING ' W C~ 4 TWi CUT Opening of Hunting Setuon Brings Usual Quota of Reports to Police — <■ No Arrests'* One or more of the staff named by the attorney general In- the >endlng.probe are expected to con ­ fer with Untermyer on tho New CaaUe transaction before the grand Jury ta convened.here next Tuesday. The reason for advancing the ' New Castle Investigation ahead of the larger purchase' by Weatches- | tar County or a White Plains site far a countv office building at SSiS.- obtalned today. ‘ > “ rr * 1 ! Smutuary of Investigation in 1 ' New Ca.-dle Land Charges lamely I * ^ To JJe Released''Mon ­ day to Press Samuel -Untermyer today said I lover the telephone from hts Nrwj t York office that he wlU tend hts re-1 port on additional Wemtchesler land 1 ; deals to Goveruo Roosevelt tomor ­ row and that It will be released for J publication on Monday. ; Untermyer. who conducted the ' original Inquiry that resulted In Governor Roosevelt's $100,000 in­ vestigation now under way here, said that his second report to the Governor deals with other matters In addition to th' New Castle land deaL Tho New Castle deei Involves Howard. R. Washburn, chairman of | the board of supervisors. The other deals 1 Investigated at renewed bearings here. Untermyer said, werS baaed on complaints laid with-the governor after tho Unter ­ myer Investigation started. Ha de ­ clined to ‘ comment further \on the nature of his report. ifflee staff continued today 1 (Continued from Page one) mey In charge of that del . I elected for the second time as president of the Mayor's Confer- of bills for office equipment I y orlt ztt'jzsst'si .for auditing before pay- )ho ^ Ip4nt ^ u hu Uf , doln( Countv Comotroller'. of-1 w * lfars . 7 0rk . “ d he ’ ** tee of the Voters' League. In his opening remarks. Oner outlined to those present the purposes and , ideals for which the league was fighting and reviewed certain af-. fairs of town administration which ( had compelled the league, for the, property owners and taxpayers, to ! get Into the political fight Richard Von Dannenberg,' Fu- slonlst candidate for supervisor of IN HOSPITAL I of the Investigation may run pos- 1 slbly between 173.000 and 1100000 , , 1 all of which must under the law be 1 paid by the county, brought wide J comment here today. There was a peculation of what effect thli might have upon next year's tax . rate. The section of the etate law upon c which the cost must be borne by , the county la Article 63 ot the Ex- f ecutlve Law, making all expenses, t salaries, and expenditures In con- i ncctlon with such Investigation \county charges \ < WMOO COAL BIN • \ Permit was Issued today by Wl)s , llam A, Brenna n , deputy comm La- , sioner oT public safety, allowing tba , Young Brothers Coal Co. to arret j seven coal storage bins at a coat ( of *30,000. The bins will be of the i alio type, 50 feet high and 30 feet r In diameter and will be Constructed ( Elmer W. Bonner. 29. of 1 Knick ­ erbocker avenue. Mamaroneck. la In Grasslands Hospital today suf ­ fering from contusions and laccra- THE NEW PEDIF0RME SHOE STORE OBITUARY The Pedif orne Shoe Co.

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