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THE HERALD STATESMAN, YONKERS, N. Y„ TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1942 3v
Bowling Party Slated Central Bank
^Infantile-Paralysis Fund Cavanaugh Suit By Institute Clubs
xtend Kenny Treatment Against Bank The Senior League of the Wom-
an's Institute Club will compete
;rs Committee Launches 1 9 4 2 Appeal Goes To Trial with the club's Junior League at
a bowling party tonight a t the 14 Directors Retained-
Twentieth - Century Bowling Alleys
Gutlakunst Tells of Research Advance here.
Old Yonkers N a t i o n a l ^ 'Several- club members will attend
jsed in the 19*2 Fight "Its ability to grow and" muRP' the 57th anniversary dinner of the
>aralysis Campaign will ply is not only limited to living
Howard and Kennedy All 14 directors were reelected for
New York League of Girls' Clubs another year at the annual stock-
extend the best treat- cells, bu' only to a few cells o f ' a Face $ 2 3 , 0 0 0 Claim Saturday night a t the Hotel Col- holders meeting this morning of the
iscovered for the disease few animals," Dr. Gudakunst said. lingwood In New York City. An- Central National Bank at the bank
[ m only one place in the "Man is the best host for this virus, NEW YORK—Trial of the $23,000 other group will go, to Camp Yon- building, 33 South Broadway, Ger-
tes, DT. Don W. Guda- and a few of »ihe monkeys also kers, sponsored by the Girls' League ald S. C o u z e n s , president, an-
suit of Lloyd W. Casner, as admin-
jcai director of the Na- are good hosts. There are many of Yonkers, at Upper Twin Lake, nounced.
istrator of the estate of James J .
undatlon for Infantile theories on its spreading. Files may Cavanagh. against t h e Yonkers N. Y., Friday night for a "Winter The bofjd will meet, tomorrow at
Inc.. last night told the carry it, but it is not known to this National Bank and Trust Company, sports weekend." 4:15 P. M. to elect officers.
leeting of the Yonkers day whether the fly carries it in- John Howard, Jr., individually and The monthly business meeting Is
The directors are: W. Chantler
nittee at Knights of Co- side his body or on its legs." as liquidating agent of the bank,scheduled for Tuesday night at the
ilding. No Cure Yet
No cure and no prevention has
and Thomas V. Kennedy, began yes- institute, 38 Palisade Avenue. Arbuckle, Max Cantor, John F. Col-
lins, State Senator William F. Con- ENTIRE STOCK OF
tment Involves heat and terday in Federal Court before don, Anthony H. Danlele, James C.
yet been discovered for the disease, Judge John C. Knox and a jury.
5r. Gudakunst said, and
, n t to this country by
At the start of the trial the action
Fulton, former Councilman Robert
"Treatments has been found," he
<enny of Australia. While concluded, "but there • is a great
re were skeptical of the diference between treatment and
was discontinued as t o former
County Executive William F. Bleak-
In Sodality Post
ley, John J. Corkery, Robert Fergu-
H. Goodwillie, S a m u e l Hayward.
Ernest Hesse, W a r r e n A. Kipp.
Harry A. Merrltt, William W.Scrug-
"Lady Westchester 19
s value, he continued, it cure." l.am, Charles E. Williams, and him-
nlned to be the best of son, former Senator James A. Gar- self.
One hundred and twenty-five rity, George F. Morrissey, H. Lan-
<nt* for the disease.
persons, 'ncluding the general com-
mittee and the public, attended.
. n t was set u p a t the Postmaster William Cronin, local
of Minnesota, only place chairman, and James F. Arbuckle,
sing Quick, former Mayor Leslie
Sutherland, Walter Grieve, Jr., El-
liott H. Slebert, Henry A. Klatte,
William Rathgeb and Wilfred L.
Executive Secretary of
F o r Entering Suite
treatment now is offered, Westchester secretary, also spoke.
(International News Photo) Chase, who originally had been Miss Cecilia Maguire of 135 Shon-
; from the 1942 campaign
,-erted to train nurses and THE MARCH OF DIMES CAM- named defendants.
PAIGN begins as Mrs. Frank- Yonkers Man On Jury
nard Place, a former member of Of Jailed Woman for Little and Larger Women
the use of the equipment,
which will be sent to all Prospect Street lin D. Roosevelt drops a 50-cent
piece in the bottle for the State
The H e r a l d Statesman editorial
After selection of the jury, i n staff, has been appointed the new Pleading guilty to unlawful entry I
he globe. executive secretary of the Union of
of New York. The drfye Is held which Robert Salter of 244 Park Archdlocesan Sodalities of the Chil- —after allegedly entering to bur-
ng the medical aspects of
ise, Dr. Gudakunst e x -
Building Sold every year as a birthday tribute Hill Avenue, Yonkers, was chosen dren of Mary Immaculate, a full- glarize the apartment of Mrs. Ruth
to the President, proceeds going as one of the talesmen, opening ad- tlme> position. Washington while she was In County
[he virus which causes ^
to t h e fight against Infantile dresses were made by H. B. Lamm, Jail await.ng indictment on a man-
The new position has been added slaughter c h a r g e for stabbing a
nbs and other deformities Certificate Holders Buy attorney for the plaintiff; John A.
iall to be seen under the Wallace, attorney for t h e bank to the executive staff of the board Yonkers man—Ernest Agie, twenty-
erful microscope and will It In On $ 5 0 0 Bid and Mr. Howard as liquidating of directors of the Catholic Youth two, of 247 New Main Street, was
u"h the finest filters. Paralysis Drive agent; and Paul L. Bleakley, attor- Organization. Miss Maguire will sentenced to six months in the
ney for Mr. Howard Individually work exclusively in the new promo- County Penitentiary by City Judge
A four-story store and apart-
Committees Named and Mr. Kennedy. Mr. Howard and tion program of the sodality, which Charles W. Boote yesterday.
ment building a t 24-26 Prospect
Street, sold yesterday a t a . fore- Mr. Kennedy were officers of, the k being amplified throughout the Agie, arrested by Detectives Jo-
bank. archdiocese. seph Williamson and Charles Del-
closure auction by John J. O'Brien, The central office Is a t 35 East lacato, was booked on . third de- i
referee, a t the City Hall rotunda Committees for the campaign The complaint charges fraud, al-
51st Street New York City.
was purchased by the holders of a here of the Yonkers Committee of leging that the late James J. Lynch gree burglary charge but *vas per- ]
certificated mortgage issued by the Westchester County Chapter, Na- of Yonkers, executor of the Cav- mitted to enter a plea to the re-
anagh estate, had a $20,000 second duced charge of unlawful entry.
former Westchester Trust Company. tional Foundation for Infantile
The property has been owned by Paralysis, Inc., were announced to- mortgage on property at Roosevelt
P . T . A . No. 16 Aids Mrs. Washington also resides at the
AUTO ROUTE TO and Harding Avenues, Yonkers, on New -Main Street address.
Mrs. Helen Rubin Hohauser of War Relief Drive
FLORIDA Miami, Fla. Milton L. Romm, at- d a y , by Yonkers' chairman, Post- which the former Westchester Trust
torney for the plaintiffs, purchased master William Cronin, as follows: Company had a first mortgage of
Mail Chiefs Son
the property for t h e certificate President's—Birthday Party, -Jan. $50,000. I t Is charged that Mr. The Parent-Teacher Associatibn
holders in a nominal bid of $500. 30, a t the County Center, White Lynch borrowed money from the pf School Sixteen, North Broadway, Enlists In Marines
There were no other bidders. The Plains; Arthur J. Doran, chairman; Yonkers National Bank and when yesterday embarked on an active
mortgage debt was given as $32,000. Mrs. Stanley . Locke, cochairman; values dropped in 1929 took estate drive to aid solicitation and collec- Charles T. Brady, Jr., son of
Mrs. Minnie B. Sabbey and Miss Walter F. Downey, City Judge funds to pay the balik and placed tion of Red Cross War Relief Fund Superintendent of Mails and Mrs.
J a n e t Berger, both of 109 Highland Martin J. Fay, Clinton N. Hernan- the mortgage In the estate assets. contributions. Charles T. Brady of 260 Valentine
Avenue, the two largest individual dez, former Judge Benjamin W. Later an additional $3,000 mortgage Mrs. Arthur E. Chambers, Jr., Lane, has enlisted in the United
certificate holders were named by on the same property was given the
„, . , Moore, State Senator William F. estate. The complaint charges t h a t president, called upon members of States Marines and will leave to-
Supreme Court Justice Gerald Nolan C o n d o n i D e n n i s A. Cooper, former there was a conspiracy and t h a t the the executive committee to give morrow for a training course at the
as trustees in the foreclosure action. s t a t e S e n a t o r J a r n e s A c a n i t y , defendants knew of and partici- th^eir "enthusiastic cooperation" in Marine Corps training station at
The certificate holders will continue f o r m e r M a y o r J o s e p n F . jMeiiTt Dr.
helping Yonkers to pass its $70,000 Parris Island, 'S. C. He will be
pated In it.
230-MILE operation of the property. Harry A. Rosen, William J . Mc-
Defense Pleads Time Element
quota. given a farewell dinner party at the
Geory, City Judge Charles W. Boote, Mrs. James McCue. the associa- Brady home tonight.
SHORT-CUT Mrs. C. W. Boodey, Mrs. E. J. The defendants contend the action tion's war relief fund committee
VE TIME...SAVE GAS
McHugh To Address Mitchell, Mrs. Rocco Rescigno, Mrs. is barred by the Statute oi Limita- chairman, urged all-out support in LAST
*KEEP GOING' School Three P.T.A. W. J . Sherry, Mrs. Walter J. tions and contend that at the time sending aid to the armed forces at W E E K
Gallagher, Mrs. Frank E. Xavier, the mortgage was given the estate a session of her committee after the
•ge,modern steamers between
BALTIMORE and NORFOLK
Councilman Edith P . Welty. Mrs. there was a n equity of more than executive committee meeting.
Patrick H. McHugh, principal of | ^atherTne " Torpe'y. * Mrs'." Sheldon $25,000 In the real estate. "The small sacrifices we can
on Chesapeake Bay Saunders Trades School, will ad- L. Pollock and Mrs. Schuyler B. J. Victor Carton of Asbuiv Park, easily make at home," she said,
: yo«r trip at Baltimore — aave dress the School Three Parent- Patterson. an attorney, was the first witness. "may save a life at the front and
iile» of driving. HO draining of
Teacher Association tomorrow a t Committee on sports: Councilman He said that after Mr. Lynch died eventually win the war for us."
Too avoid congested cities with
led hotels and garages and travel
uxorious floating hotel and garage^
2:30 P. M . ' a t the school audito- Al P. Rlchter, chairman; Laurence he was retained to have Mr. Casner, Dr. Edwina Kittredge, second STARTING WEDNESDAY!
the safe, inland •water route. rium, Hamilton Avenue on "Guid- Dunn, Albert L. Fiorillo, Council- father-in-law of Mr. Cavanagh's vice - president a n d membership
JUST OVERNIGHT ance Through Civic Responsibility." man Curtiss E . Frank, County son, named as administrator. He chairman, organized class, mothers
to work on the fund effort.
I lallimsro 8 :S0 P.M. daily. Ar- The School Junior Council will Sheriff Edward J. Ganter, J. Albert identified voluminous correspond-
ence with former Judge Francis X. The executive committee voted to
demonstrate how its meetings are Gleeson. James V. Lawrence, J o -
R E D TwHeuekuQ Scwin$i..
Norfolk 6:80 A.M. Direct route
«eel!ent roads to Florida and the Donoghue of Yonkers, attorney for buy a microphone for a loudspeaker
>. More comfort, mora pleasure conducted. Plans will be completed seph F. Crowley, Howard E. Zulauf,
the Lynch estate. Mr. Oartoo/said to be used by parents at meetings
Old Bay Line. Excellent food, for a Red Cross first aid course to Councilman James A. Sullivan, he did not learn until recently, that and by children in their school
:, dancing, games. Hostess.
begin Monday a t 1:30 P. M. at the Thomas Kennedy, DT. Edward T. the bank had ever held the mort- work. Mrs. Julia B. Gregory, prin-
CROSS EVERY DRESS REDUCED!
$ l I One- $ j Round- $f\ school and to be continued on sub- Madden, Health Commissioner Eu- gage. He said he had questioned cipal, heads the committee named
H Way II Trip k sequent Mondays. gene F . McGilllan, Dr. Virginlo
~ I Far* ~ 30 Diya U Minervini and Philip O'Brien. some of the items $n an account to make the selection. • ;
furnished by the Lynch estate in The resignation of Mrs. Guy Ho-
M stateroom, upper and lower
e Committee on banks, hospitals 1932, but had accepted the explana- taling, corresponding secretary, was NOTHING RESERVED!
n, hot and cold running waUr,
S,others to J4.60. Stateroom SAME
^E for one or more persons.
Men of Military Age
and stores: Mrs. Edward J. Murray, tion given him by Mr. Donoghue. accepted with regret, Mrs. Cham-
chairman; Mrs. Leslie Ronan, Mrs. The plaintiff's contention is that the bers requested Mrs. Frank Stead- SHOES
•Yationi should b* mad* In advant* E. J . Moore, Mrs. Francis J . Mc- Statute of Limitations is not appli- man, Jr., nominating committee Hundreds o f top f l i g h t women's fashions, many of
Legal Reserve Life Insurance
:e for illustrated booklet "Save 230 Mahon, Mrs. John J . Flynn, Mrs. cable claiming Mr. Casner did not chairman, to submit a nomination
i" with road map and complete
Without War Clauses William F . Cauley, Mrs. Sherman learn of t h e alleged conspiracy for the vacated post a t the next t h e m b u t a few days o l d , sensationally reduced because
raation. R. L. JONES, P. T. M.,
Biy Lice. still available ($2,000 limit) Garnjost, Mrs. Frank Buckley, Mrs. until a few years ago. meeting. we f i n d ourselves overstocked. Prices you would have
at low monthly rates
10, light Straet, Baltimore, AW. (not yet Increased) Josephine Toal, Mrs. John J. Brod- Mrs. Maxwell McCoy, magazines swooned a t earlier in the season. Y o u n g , figure f l a t t e r -
Fraternal & Club Features erick, Mrs. Aranya Smart and Mrs. and publications chairman, was ap-
E, INLAND WATER ROUTE
Bruce Hood. Regularly 6.50 ing fashions now a t prices no one can a f f o r d to pass
Phone, write or call today
J. J. Leach, 107 No. B'way Sarah Lawrence pointed to head the association's
collectlon^pf books for the Victory * May never be. priced so low
D BAY LINE Phone YOnkers 3-2700
Committee on clubs and fraternal
organizations: Kristen Kristensen. Enrolls 300 In Book Campaign. again.
*• Stock up for Now and Spring.
u p ! Come in early and claim these spectacular values
as your own
chairman; Leland V. Baker, Isidore
Wardens' Class * Thousands of pairs on sale.
Beierfeld, Emmett Burke, Thomas
Burke, Salvatore Cerone, Alan Mac- IF YOUR NOSE * Most styles included'.
You Better Hurry For These!
Where Are Dougall, Deputy City Clerk Joseph The Defense Council's Volunteer v Sixei 3Vi to 11 Widtht AAAA to EEE
A; Nowicki, Nicholas Pace, Justin Participation Division reports the
organization of an air wardens' class CLOSES UP* Fitted by Expert!
YORK SHOE STORES J u s t 6 4 dresses. Black FORMERLY TO 12.95
Your X. McCarthy, Dr. Robert H. Shan- at Sarah Lawrence College with a
nahan, Charles U.Shellenberger and registration of 300 persons. Specialists Exclusively In and popular solid colors.
Committee on industries: Merritt also announced. _Three_cl_asses-_Eill- .nostril. I t (1) shrinks swollen
Cllne, chairman; Patrick O'Hara, start Monday at 1 P. M. They are
John V. Farrington, Robert H.
Several home defense classes are
at School Two. Waverly Street, with
Put 3-purpos* Va-tro-nol up each
membranes, (2) soothes irritation,
(3) relieves transient nasal con-
Red Cross Shoes
18 MAIN ST., Near Getty Square
Tel. YOnkeri 3-2161
New p r i n t s , too, in tailor-
ed and dressy street m o d -
els a t a mere f r a c t i o n of
Resolutions Goodwillie, Edward J. Murray, Ar- Mrs. C. Powell Townsend as i n - gestion . . . and brings greater
breathing comfort. mBmmatym
Open Frld»y »nd Saturday ETenlnfs
t h e i r regular price.
thur E. Muth, -H. Fred Stoeckel, structor, and the principal, Miss Follow the complete V I C K S Mount Vernon Store: 21 ^th ATenue
Herbert G. Martin, Robert H. Mamie V. Herald in charge of reg- directions' _ !TT Open Erenlnn 18'/ 2 to 24'/ 2 — 38 to 44
Now? Neville and Percy S. Peck. istration; School Thirteen, McLean
Avenue, with Mrs. Eleanor Benedict
In folder. V A T R O N O L
Committee on federal, state and as instructor and the Parent-
city employes; J . Weldon Welch, l e a c h e r Association in charge of A very special group of Street and A f t e r n o o n I
Are they good as new, never used? A r e they laid chairman; School. Superintendent registration, and Hawthorne Junior
W. W. Ankenbrand, Herbert Bird- High School, with Mrs. Berkley
Dresses. Sixes 46 to 52. Formerly
WAIT NO LONGER
aside for another year? A r e they in the waste bas- to $ 1 7 . 9 5 . SPECIAL
sail. Ralph Curran, Richard T 1 Johnson as instructor, and the
ket, gone and forgotten? Or are you g i v i n g t h e m a
Clarke, Police Chief William Krup- P.T.A. in charge of enrolment.
fair try? penbacher, Fire Chief Daniel Car- Another class wll lstart Feb. 2
negie and James F . White.- Jr. a 1:30 P. M. at School Fourteen.
These ore questions y o u m i g h t check now t h a t J a n - Committee on theaters: Mrs. A. Sherwood Park, with Mrs. Lloyd
W. Kettenring, chairman; Mrs. Gatchell as instructor. To Insure Your Automobile BETTER AFTERNOON DRESSES
uary is half gone.
Roger Corbetta, Mrs. William Cro- A home defense course, open to
nin. Mrs. Sidney Ellman and Mrs. anyone interested, started last night If you read " V o g u e " you'd reedgnixe many of the o u t -
If you have not started r i g h t , i t is not too late for
you to moke a fresh s t a r t . Y o u r d u t y t o your country
'» to save oil you can to help curb i n f l a t i o n and be
Charles A. Corbalis. at the Italian Methodist Church of
Committee on schools: Mrs. Henry Our Saviour, with Miss Olgft Rlccl
Hoick. Mrs. Charles T. Brady and as instructor. I t will continue to-
OUR BUDGET PLAN standing fashions featured i n this g r o u p . Famous
name makers whose r e p u t a t i o n for q u a l i t y , fashion
Mrs. A. Pearson Hoover. morrow and Friday nights. and f i t is unquestioned. Really i m p o r t a n t dresses for
reody with some ready cash when t h e demands of
the post war period m a y cause t e m p o r a r y unemploy-
ment and readjustment.
IS AVAILABLE TO YOU t h a t really i m p o r t a n t occasion when you w a n t to look
your very best. Sixes 18 V; to 2 4 Vz, 38 to 5 2 .
Buy only what you need, a n d save i n Y O U R M U - FORMERLY SOLD T O 24.95
TUAL SAVINGS B A N K , the
PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK ALL INCLUDED
AT O N E P R I C E 7
$ 3 . 0 3 PER MONTH
PAYMENT 10 frrrer+rrm
and S4 .70
k w * n Broadway, Getty Sqi
juare Yonkers, N . Y .
Nothing extra to pay. Come in and get the glasses your Exceptional savings on our entire
eyes require made to your prescription with white single stocks of women's large size Dinner
Buy vision lenses and select the frame you desire from our seven
beautiful styles. Examination not included. Take advan-
R. L. PEARSALL Gowns and Winter Coats!
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