Times Union from Brooklyn, New York on August 4, 1932 · 7
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Times Union from Brooklyn, New York · 7

Brooklyn, New York
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Thursday, August 4, 1932
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THURSDAY BROOKLYN TIMES UNION AUGUST 4, 1932 DOWNTOWN ASS'N HAS PLAN 10 PARK SHOPPERS AU Backs Group Asking Board of Transportation for Use of Land in Store Area. Automobile parking accommodation for hundreds of shoppers In the busy down-town department store area may be provided In the near future through the efforts of the Downtown Brooklyn Association. It was learned today at the offices of the Board of Transportation that negotiations have been started through the association to rent to a (roup of representative merchants approximately lOO.onn square feet of property which the board regards as suitable for auto parking purposes. Three parcels are involved. One is tho property on Smith St., between Livingston and Schermer-horn sts. Two other purcels are on Sehernierhorn St., between Bond and Smith sts. The dimensions of the Smith st. parcel, roughly, are 17(1x50. The available property In Kchermerhoi n st. conslntH of shout M.llOO square feet. The negotiations were opened recently when inquiries were made to the Hoard of Transportation for terms. The understanding Is that the group represented liy the Downtown Association was told to present a formal iijipliciitlon which would bo considered by the hoard. To date, no official action bus been taken. The Smith and Sehernierhorn st. parcels are avallnhle as a result of niibway-ronatruc.twn operations In 4 he downtown section, similar parcels located ebiewhere in the city have heaji let for such purposes by the Board of Transportation, except where zoning regulations made it impossible. . Officials of the Iloird or Transportation explain that the renting of such properties usually Is authorized by the hoard between the time the contractors have finished work and the hoard decides to make final disposition of the property. KANSAS STILL DRY it ' f , -' ! I V---" : i" 'l ; i i THIEF SELLS VIOLIN Washington, Aug. 4. A $100 violin was stolen frnm Hampton Galla-ban's aulomoblle. I'nlice found II in a second-hand store. The thief had I old it for 5t cents. I SEX. GEORGE Met. ILL That Kansas, first of the "dry" Stales, 1b still safe from the wet Invasion is evident from the results of the recent primary. Senator Mc-Glll. an ardent dry, was renominated on the Democratic ticket as was Governor Harry H. Woodring. The Republican nominees are also pledged to prohibition. FISH MARKET PLAN OPPOSED BY C VICS Dock Commissioner to Hold Hearing on Sheepshead Bay Home Owners' Protest. WIFE SAYS CRUELTY TURNED HAIR WHITE She Alleges Husband Walked Across Her Stomach. ' Trenton. N. J., Aug. 4. Charging that her luisbund treated her so cruelly her linlr turned white, Mrs. Helen Collins of Knst Orange today filed suit for separate mslnlensnce In Chancery Court here against Edward Collins. The wife claimed thrt almost from the beginning of their married life in 1!25 she suffered from Ihe violent temper of her husband. A year sfter they were married, she rtated. while she, was In bed the "deiendant came in and walked over petitioner's stomach." In fear of her life, Mrs. Collins paid that she was forced to seek refuse at the home of her mother at 247 Amherst at., East Orange. During the course of the alleged cruel treatment, she charged her hair turned white and she became so sick and nervous she was unable to perform any work. Fishermen who seek a livelihood from the sea, and waterfront property owners of Sheepshead Bay who shudder at the thought of n fish market in their neighborhood, will air their conflicting views at a hearing, announcod today by Dock Commissioner John McKenzie, to be held In his offices at Tier A. North River. Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The proposition will be opposed by a delegation of property owners and representatives of civic associations headed by J. V. MUgrani, secretary of the Independent Civic Association of Sheepshead Bay. The invasion of Sheephead Bay by professional fishermen, as distinguished from those who go down to the sea for a day's sport, said Mr. Mllgram, would be a serious detriment to the locality. In the vicinity of Emmons ave. and Kasl lifith St., the proposed site of the fishing pier, are several fine homes, ho pointed out, and Tap-pens Hotel, h resort known for ? years. Is directly opposite. M'KECHNIE ESTATE IS WORTH $187,001 British Naval Craft Builder Died Intestate. Sir James McKechnle, one of BrIUln's foremost naval craft builders, left an estate Of U9.7I0 gross and JlST.nOl net, according to an appraisal filed yesterday In Surrogate's Court Queens The bulk of the estate, 1!)S.S84, wag In stocks and bonds and the balance largely In notes and mortgages. Sir James, a Scot, was knighted by King George V for his service In the British empire and a ship builder. He and his wife, Lady Josephine McKechnle, had lived for several years at 218 North Church st Kew Gardens. He died last Ort. 12 while on a visit to London. Sir James died Intestate, and the estate, according to the appraiser's report. Is divided into three shares, t n s . coo going to the widow and the balance In equal shares to a brother, Sir John McKechnle, and engineer, and a sister, Miss Margaret McKechnle, both of Abbots-ford House, Cardonald, Glasgow, Scotland. ESTABLMUro UWI. Z&fSWW lUfltAlffttn! 14-lit &U nr. fovxttf ft tot. i. t ", L 4- V f.- " .' ' -3 i i( " ' Logical Reasons Why You Buy For Less, If You Buy Direct We manufacture a complete line of water heaters and repair parts, and sell the supply house, who in turn sells the trade, who in turn sells to you. Buy Direct Save two profits. Established 20 years. 26,000 satisfied installations. 20-year guarantee with copper tanks. Copper Automatic (Percolator) Storage; Instantaneous Automatic; Coal stoves and copper tanks; Generators; Coil heaters, or any system of heating water. 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