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THE HERALD STATESMAN. YONKERS. N. Y, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 21. 1937
Alderman Deny WINS NEW ROUTE
Arrested Hiker MISCHA ROSS GETS A LAWYER New Economy Athletic Show Nets at the Eastcheeter High School 9f
the Tuckahoe Police Association,
I Third Avenue Freed By Court Plan Speeded
Special to The Hfr»!d Statesman
was reported today by Patrolman
Norman Booker, treasurer. The
money will be used to purchase
TUCKAHOE, April 21.—A net equipment for the boys whose ath-
Red Bus Permit In Auto Theft By Roosevelt profit of 1190.13 from the boxing letics are supervised by the
and wrestling show held April 13 see la tion.
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tlon of the Third Avenue, made Yonkers Youth Proves He
p r o v i d e d $331,320,878 m deficit-
through the Westchester Street Thumbed Ride, Did Not
Transportation Company, Inc., a
subsidiary, came near the close of a
30-minute session. The Aldermen
had -been* closeted In committee of
the whole for nearly two hours,
Know Car Was Stolen
A Yonkers youth and his chum,
whose hitchhike landed them In
There has not been* an economy
drive comparable to this one since
the Roosevelt special session of 1933
when Oongre« voted the President
Jail, suspected of grand larceny and
prior to the Council meeting. blanket authority to reduce Federal
This application was filed with the
Council Dec. 23, 1936, and had been
violation of the Sullivan Law. were
freed today by Magistrate William
Farrell of Manhattan Felony Court.
expenditures by approximately 25
per cent. for "Lady Westchester"
pending before the committee since The youths, Joseph F. Harold, Suggestion of a mandatory Con-
that' time. The line has been un- eighteen, of 16 Brewster Avenue, gressional reduction instead of a
franchised since its inauguration, this city, and George Alfke, eigh- grant of permissive authority to the
in 1924 and no portion of the teen, of Astoria, L. I., were.arrested President reflects resentment among
revenues from that operation, ac- with Gustave Rohr, 'fifteen, of some Democrats against Mr. Roose- CHEERY N E W * •-**
cordingly, have blen paid to the Brookfleld, Conn., when a New York
City. velt's Insistence upon curtailment of
Now Before State
On Mar. 31 the Third Avenue
asked the Public Service Commission
City policeman spotted them riding
in a stolen car last Thursday.
Harold and Alfke told polios, they
various pending bills to permit an-
other huge relief appropriation.
There is possibility of open Senate
Head of Yonkers Bus, Inc., who had merely thumbed a ride in Riv-
to legalize this route "without con- rebellion against Mr. Roosevelt's
was awarded aldermanic per- erdale to get downtown and denied $1,500,000,000 work relief bill, al-
sent of the City of Yonkers." point- mission last night *to run new
ing out that the city had failed to knowledge that the car was stolen though the odds would favor the
bus line from Bryn Mawr sta» or Rohr possessed a concealed
act on the application "although tion of New York Central to both President in any such contest.
more than 90 days have elapsed since weapon.
Woodlawn and Independent sub- They were arrested by Patrolman It Is underestood on good author- MADE OF
' that petition was filed." way systems. ity, however, that the Congressional
Edward J. Conklin at Broadway and
Although there was no discussion
West 72nd Street. New York. The leaders who met April 19 with the PURE DYE, PURE SILK
of this action on the Council floor, Samuel Liebowits, criminal lawyer pictured at left, has a record President to discuss his budget mes-
both Aldermen Stratico and Bro- van of the Fifth Ward, introduced court believed their stories and dis-
gan said after the meeting that
the Council was opposed to a 15-
This permit calls for the operator
missed iht charges.
Rohr was turned over to Con-
of securing 130 acquittals in first degree murder trials. Leibowitz has
been retained to defend Mischa Ross, at right, who is charged with
sage weere almost unanimously op-
posed to a $1,500,000,000 appropria- Mallinson's
the hammer slaying of Tanla Lubova, beautiful young violinist, in
necticut police to answer charges tion at this time.
cent fare charge for travel within to pay four per cent of the gross
the city limits on this line. They
said the Council was of the opinion
receipts to the city for franchise
of Sylvia Bennett of Danbury, a rehearsal studio In New York City. Lelbowlts's statements indi-
cated he would take the line of assailing the dead girl's character.
Conn., that he stole her automo-
They argued that $1,000,000,000
would be sufficient to pay relief costs
that the fare for such passengers bile. until well into the next session of
To New Subway •Reg. U. S. Pat. Off.
should be five cents. Congress, when a deficiency could
Who Sponsored What
The M a n h a t t a n-Westchester's
other application seeks a permit for Hartsdale Doctor Boy Scout Notes be passed If it were necessary. Mode to Sell for $14.95
The ordinance for the Bryn operation of a bus line through the Wins Latin Award
Mawr-subway route was sponsored First and Fourth Wards eventually TROOP 48 COMMITTEE TROOP 2 MEMBERS Ninth Ward G. O. P. Exceptional at
by Ninth Ward Alderman William to connect with the 207th Street Directors of the National Univer- HOLDS FIRST MEETING VISIT CAMP READ
E. Slater, Mr. Stratico and Twelfth subway station. * sity School of Medicine today in- The first meeting of the new Scouts of Troop 2 spent the week- Holds Bridge Party $ 1 d\»r>
Ward Alderman Emmet E. Giltner. This route would start in Larkin formed the Latin-American Con- troop committee was held Thurs- end at Camp Read, the Summer
Alderman Stratico and Eleventh Plaza, run south through Market gress of Physicial Therapy, X-ray day at St. Joseph's rectory to or- site of Fenimore Cooper Council. Fourteen prizes were awarded at
Ward Alderman Fred A. Storay, Place to Main Street, thence to and Radium, t h a t It has awarded a ganize a new troop of Boy Scouts. Scoutmaster Merwin D. Hodgklns a bridge party of Ninth Ward Re-
Republican floor leader, sponsored Hawthorne Avenue, south on Haw- diploma of honorary membership in The Rev. Charles Reid, rector, was was in charge of the trip, which publican Club Monday afternoon at
the ordinance granting a permit thorne Avenue to Valentine Lane, its faculty to Dr. Cassius Lopez de present, and the Rev. Henry T. Mor- was made by Scouts Emll Adamlck, the .clubhouse, Wakefield and
Sizes 38 to 44
for the Nepperhan Station-Tuck- thence to Riverdale Avenue and Victoria of Hartsdale. ton presided. Lewis Taylor, Henry Taylor, Law- Sterling Avenues. Mrs. Marlon
ahoe route, and Aldermen Slater south on Riverdale to the city line, Dr. de Victoria is executive di- The following men accepted posi- rence Hebach, Frederick Hallock, Vredenburgh was hostess.
and Giltner introduced the measure to the subway and return. rector of the Congress, which held tions on the committee: Robert Tighe and Herbert Johnson, High score prizes were won by Mallinson's Fomous Pussy Willow
authorising the Suburban route. The application provides for a its last meeting in Guatemala City Chairman, Commissioner of Pub- gress of Physical Therapy, X-ray Mrs. Fred Chadwick, Mrs. Charles
hardly ever used before in dresses
Alderman Tobin's resolution was flve-cent fare within the city lim- last month. lic Works Edward J. Murray; vice- Meany, Mrs. Gertrude Gray, Mrs.
Introduced at the last Council its and for payment of four per chairman, Alderman S y l v e s t e r TROOP 4 AWARDED under $15.00 in a group of color-
Ruth Dauenhelmer, Mrs. Gustav
meeting and referred to the com- cent of the gross receipts to the city Barker; James V. Kennedy, James PRESIDENTS RD3BON Olson and Mrs. Elsie Gohler. ful print fashions that are just the
mittee of the whole. It was voted for franchise rights. Aldermen To- Mulligan, James P. Kennedy, Wil- thing for right now and right into
liam Fennell, Thomas Conway, The new C o u n c i l President's Special awards went to Mrs.
out of committee last night. bin and Raymond Snyder of the the Summer.
Joseph Burke, Joseph Ahearn and A w a r d for 1937, a blue ribbon Nellie Vredenburgh, Miss Dorothy
It provides t h a t after amend- First and Fourth Wards, respec- REDEEMER CHAPEL printed in gold, to be attached to Storm. Mrs. Dauenheimer. Mrs.
ments to existing permits have tively, sponsored this ordinance. The Jubilee Singers of the School Edward Smith. Black and white polka dots,
been granted, the bus operators 75 Attend Session for Adult Education presented a Scout Executive G. S. Ripley ex- troop flags has been issued to Jeanne Panzer, Mrs. Victor H. John-
son, Mrs. Marion Vredenburgh, Mrs. green, ro,yal blue, black and navy
may use Larkin Plaza as a ter- More than 75 spectators attended program of Negro spirituals under plained duties of a troop committee Troop 4, Morse V. Lowerre, Jr., Renia Thomson and Miss Grace
minus for their routes, travel south the meeting. These included Rob- the direction of Cato Womack at and the necessary steps in the or- scoutmaster. This award was de- grounds with tiny or wide spaced
veloped and donated by President Parks.
from Larkin Plaza on Warburton ert Tostanoski, president of Yon- a meeting of the Ladies' Guild of ganization of a?vtroop. Mrs. Thomson will be hostess at
flower print. Street and afternoon
Avenue to Riverdale Avenue and kers Bus, Inc.; his attorney, for- the Chapel of the Redeemer in the This troop will be known as Robert Boettger of the Yonkers
1 thence to Hudson Street. This mer Corporation Counsel Arthur chapel hall last night.
measure la designed to eliminate Carter Hume; James C. Holmes, The Rev. Harry Pierson of the
Troop 48. The second meeting of Council. The bar is attached to the next Monday's party.
the committee will be held Friday at lower half of the troop flag, one
present congestion caused by buses president of Suburban Bus; Victor Seamen's Church Institute, New 8:30 P. M. in the Holy Name ciub- inch below the center, one inch to Third Rail Covering
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parking on Hudson Street. H. Mardfln, former chairman of the York City, described activities at the rooms on Ashburton Avenue. Both the right of the flagstaff. It is White polka dots on a Dubonnet
boys and troop committee will be given to every troop that registers
The application by the Manhat- City Manager Committee, and Val- institute. Members completed a present. District Commissioner Har- promptly during the month it is
Destroyed By Blaze ground. White pique under the
scalloped V neckline stops at
tan-Westchester Corporation was entine D'Aloia, chairman of the study of the book "Consider Africa" rison Niles will represent the coun- supposed to. This award will be two white pique flowers . . .
praised by Seventh Ward Alder' Twelfth Ward Democratic Club's and a supper was served. cil. Issued each year. Special to The Herald Statesman Shirred shoulder and smart
man Salvatore Cerone. bus transit committee. EASTOHESTER, A p r i l 21 .— sleeve treatment make this a
After the meeting, Mr. D'Aloia. Miss Belle M. Massle of 54 Sher-
TOT Poor Man* Power on the New York Central most wearable frock.
who was one of the originators of man Avenue will be hostess to the that address in April of 1934 with line near Scarsdale was shut off
"I am mighty glad that the the campaign in the Twelfth, Tenth
•poor man's' wards are at last re- and Ninth Wards to obtain official Guild tomorrow at i p. M. for a j M r s . S u s y F r a n k a woman known as Therese Roes- for a quarter of an hour at 6:39
ceiving some attention from the sanction of the Bryn Mawr.-sub- dessert bridge. Sues For Divorce sler. The husband did not con- P. M. last night while the fire de-
bus companies," he said. "This is way and Bronx River Road bus ST. ANDREW'S EPISCOPAL test the charges. partment extinguished a blaze
the first operator to ever come up routes, voiced satisfaction at the
on top of#Nodine Hill and bring Council's action.
About 20 members of
Women's Auxiliary of St. Andrew's
the At White Plains Mrs. Frank testified that she which destroyed 300 feet of the
service to the men who really need married Frank at East Port Ches- wooden covering of the third rail.
"I would like to express the Episcopal Church heard Miss Lydia
the buses." thanks of all the residents of the Prentiss of New York City describe Special to The Herald Statesman ter, Conn., Nov. 8, 1902, and that Train service was not slowed down,
This route, which provides for a three wards represented by my com- mission work among Eskimos at WHITE PLAINS, April 21.- they have two sons, Ernest Jo- as the power w a s . cut off in
flve-cent fare- within the city lim- mittee," he said. "We have needed Point Hood, Alaska, yesterday in Charging her elderly husband, fa- seph, thirty-four and Gustav W., "blocks," according to officials.
its, would run trom Saw Mill River this bus service for a long time and the parish hall. 29 Palisade Avenue
Road and Ashburton Avenue, to are gratified at the action of the Her talk was illustrated by lan- ther of two grown sons, was un- twenty-five. Frank H. Coyne, Yon- The cause of the fire was un-
tern slides. A social hour follow- faithful, Mrs. Susy Frank, fifty- kers attorney, represented the w'fe known, Chief Arthur Steuhl said.!
Prescott Street, to Elm Street, to Common Council which makes it ed the session with Mrs. Percival
Alder Street, to Spruce Street, to possible." five, of 226 South Broadway, Yon- at the divorce inquest. Engine 5 responded to the alarm.
Peck, Mrs. Frederick H. Clark and
Van Cortlandt Park Avenue, to Elm Mrs. Arthur Land serving as kers, sought a Supreme Court di-
Street, to Walnut Street, to Ash SULLIVANS TO DANCE hostesses'. vorce here yesterday before Official
Street, to Linden Street, to Park
Referee Joseph Morschauser.
Hill Avenue, to New Main Street, A Spring dance Saturday night of RANGERS PLAN FETES
to South Broadway and to the city the Sullivan Athletic Club, in the Former Justice Morschauser re-
The Rangers Social Club will
line. A request is to be made to clubrooms, 26 Van Cortlandt Park sponsor a whist card party tonight served decision after hearing tes-
New York City authorities for con- Avenue, will be under the direction in the clubrooms, 106 New Main timony that Ernest Frank, sixty,
nection between the city line and of a committee comprising William Street and a dinner and dance Sat- of 58 Herriot Street, Yonkers, an
the 242nd Street subway. Alder- Lamprecht, chairman; Rex Cahusac, urday night, May 1, in the club- unemployed architect, had lived at
man Cgtong arid James A- SUIT and Robert Maroney. rooms. .
We're completincr the circle with
4 ' \ W h a t e v e r it is, if it h a t a n y t h i n g to d o w i t h
the- c a r o of a p p a r e l -*• either for p e o p l e or for
h o m e s — t e l e p h o n e CLEANARTI
O u r n e w s t o r a g e v a u l t s a r e . of c o u r s e , letter
perfect in construction a n d o p e r a t i o n . A n d the
c l i m a t e is REAL FUR CLIMATE — correct for
cold, cleanliness and moisture — a native
c l i m a t e for b o t h furs a n d w o o l e n s . M o t h fumi-
g a t i o n , a n a d d i t i o n a l s a f e g u a r d to y o u r cloth-
b i g after it l e a v e s o u r c a r e , ( a n d w h i c h is not
r e g u l a r l y s e c u r e d w i t h all cold s t o r a g e ) , w e
offer y o u without c h a r g e ! Since all y o u r winter
a p p a r e l , both furred a n d unfurred, is increas-
t ing in v a l u e , w e u r g e y o u to
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