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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, November 12, 1929, Image 1

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TOTE PLAINS. M.Y,TOMPitT. WOVEMBP U. 1«9 PRICES TUMBLE COUNTY SOLONS CLAMP DOWN UD ON NEWSPAPERS Foreman WORMS HIT A FAST PACE AS BEARS MAKE RAID ON STEEL Price Battered Down J to 153%; Cloaca at] 154% — Entire List j Affected by Slump of] Leader — Wealthy ] Traders Heaviest] Losers ' M TOMPKINS / INCHARGETO LANDJDRY Budget Committee Will Not Give Any Information to Pa- 151, 071 FOR THREE DAYS SUGGESTIONS ARE MADE Official Communi ­ ques Issued by Paid Press Agent Justice Say* Mi*fea»ance and Malfeasance or Both Are Alleged in Complaint Ordering Inquiry URGES FULL DUTY termined, clamped down on the Board of Supervisors here yesterday afternoon when toe Republican caucus, acting on instructions from an un-named authority, pass ­ ed a reaplution that no mem ­ ber of toe budget and appro ­ priations committee should give any information to .any newspaper representative of what transpired in the meet ­ ings of that committee and that no advance notice of any proposed action by the board itself should be given out before the meeting. Cites Law; Warn* Against Unjustified Action — Evidence Only Justice Arthur &. Tompkins In Members. Receive $20 Per Day; Whalen Replaces y Sullivan Drive officials were frankly pleased with the reeulte the work ­ ers were getting. Last year at this tliha the amount raised was $43,484. Check-up of the Enrollment Books Shows Reported Po­ litical Affiliations; Ad ­ journ to November 26 ed on the property recently pur ­ chased by the county and embodies the hope that provision will be Into second position for tfcS three dsys with $7,436. All divisions had a 100 per cent report, the fint time that this has been accompllehed eo far In the drive. The Exchange Club went over tbe top with $2,317 out of 134 subscriptions, against their quota of $1,884; and the Klwanle Club fol ­ lowed with $2,317. from 186 contrib ­ utors, against their day's quota of $2,032. Mr. Barrett declared that this was tbe first time In the history of Community Chest drive* In White Plains that every section had made a report In the one evening. He at ­ tributed the other records made to this fact, and expressed the hope I that the workers would keeji up the pace'which they bad set for them ­ selves. Due to the far. that more organ ­ isations are Included In the Com ­ munity Chest Drive this year and also due to the fact that the total (Continued on Page Two) marriage to Cucco, a second hus ­ band. He beat tbe woman until she fell to tbe ground, it la alleged, fracturing her skullttn the fall. 8he died shortly afterward. Brooks, attorney for the de ­ fendant, said today that the defense ! would contend that tbe woman was slain In an argument between Mas- tropolo and another unnamed man. Mrs. Cucco stepped between the men and was struck accidentally. It will be claimed. cbelle ; Trivere. Mount Vernon; Johit J. Thompson, White Plains; William C. Evans, New Rochelle; Charles H, Blddlnger, Yonkers: Howell C. Per ­ rin. Larchmont; Coleman E. Mead, Port Chester; Frank M. Roberta, foreman of the Jury, Port Cheater; . George W. Labey. Pelham; Michael H. Perrl, Mount Vernon; Irving E. ; French, Hartsdale, and Alden C. i Tompkins, Yonkers. With the grand Jury adjourned I until November 20, the counsel as- | algned to the Investigation by the ' attorney-general. Henry A. Wise; ' Sydney A. Syme and Thomas Pen ­ ney, Jf, busied themselves today with other work. Sergeant I* Removed From Police Department PAYS *10 FINE fohn Fsuttner. ‘ Westchester a, ilwHI runty in City O MAKE UP YOUR , MIND Screen Robb er Back Break* ~T3*«L-0ver Window Catch in One House and Force* Screen Door in Second} Police Get Fingerprints Rob Chain Store — —— COMING NOVEMBER 14th 51 MAMARONECK AVENUE. WHITE PLAINS 6668 - 9 E CARAVAN

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