The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York on March 19, 1949 · 9
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The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York · 9

Port Chester, New York
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Saturday, March 19, 1949
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- i I i -J i j i THE DAILY ITEPORT CHESTER N Y SATURDAY MARCH 19 1949 i PAGE KINS Obituary ALEXANDER ALLEN Alexander Allen sixty-seven a r long-time and well-known reai- dent of PortChetv died last Thursday in hie home at Beike-ley Calif after an extended 111-! new friends here learned yester-' day Mr and Mrs Allen moved to Perkleley 18 month -A native of Scotland Mr Allen eunc to this country with his 1 parent! the late Mr--and Mrs David Allenr while a boy andliv ad for a number of yean at 45 Alto Avenue Port Oierter Re learned the carpentry trade and worked aa foreman on many of the prominent home! and iMiiirUngs in this section for Port Chester and Greenwich builders In later years he and his family resided on Monroe Place Surviving are his wife Uri nu Allen of Berkeley twe ' daughter Mrs Wayne Detloff of Oakland Calif and Mrs Ken-' neth Voght 'of Leonla N J three sisters Mye Alice Hunter of Miami Fla Mrs Kathryn Cle-land pf Edwards NV and Mi Fred Ehrlich of Miami and one brother DavGTAilen of Cos Cob 'MANNING funeral ' - Funeral services for James For-'rest-Manning Jr for 20 years a Harrison resident were held at 11 clock- yesterday at the All Saints - Church with thf Rev - George -Keith - rector of the church officiating v Burial takes place - today at ' the Arlington National Cemetery i in Virginia MrManning had re- ceived the Distinguished Service Cross In the World Wat I tar gat lantry as--the commander of a squadron of American lighter-planes which-brought to ---earth seven German aircraft in one bat---tle over- Franre--r -rrr: : - Honorary pallbearers at yester--dajfs services wers-Lou H-Gran ' daU president of George A Fuller -Construction Company of which - Mr Manning was a director Jere - Sullivan vice president of that firm James Lord vice oresident of Rockwood Alabama Stone Company John R Smith an associate ‘ of that company' Joseph P Lath- rop president of Barringer Com-- ! pany ' John C Posteli president “ of Atlanta utttSDting Company Davies Talnter a stock broker connected with Peull and Com-'pany New York George C Mo- Laughlin of the Proctor and Gam-‘ ble Company and Webb of the Ford Wright Company - Mr Manning died at his home Death Notices — BAB KltS Gertrude Man llsreh IE 1S4S at 15 Hayward Flu Ry N ’ Y Funeral Service- Houdty after- noon March 31 IMS at the Harold Buck Funeral Home Norwood N X BBODKB John Patrick— on Marehls ISM Funeral from the Ruaecll J - Shaw Funeral Horn! Monday 1:45 A M Requiem Mass from Our Lady of Mercy Church 10 A M Extend may call after IFM Saturday ' AM IMAB1KO Angelo Marla suddenly on March IT ISM- at her home St Pearl Street Fort Chaster Asa 8L Beloved wife of Donato Marino Funeral will be held Monday at I AM from her residence Solemn Ulsh Mam at Holy Roaary Church 130 1 AM Interment St Mary a Cemetery Rye By James J Gunlpero FASKCS Frank Lester-on March 18 1918 - Funeral from the Ruseell J t ' Shaw Funeral Heme Tuesday 3 P M Friends may call after 5 P M Sunday - Ml BALERJIO Faaquallna of -14 Field-point Farit Greenwich Conn ud- - denly on March IT ISM at United Hoapltat Asa 80 Beloved wife of -UiddUita --Saiema-- Fuaeml will be held Monday 10:30 AM from - James J Gunlpero Funeral Home Solemn High Mam Holy Roaary i Church 11 AM Interment SL Kary s ' Cemetery Rye - TITUS— Dr Henry Woodruff' of Now Rochelle husband at Edith (Vina) - father of Lydia Woodruff and Edith brother of Paulino W Titus Berrios — stTrlnttyChurchf New" Roche UT Ml Sunday afternoon at 3:30 Interment Dorset Vermont at a later date - Death Notices Cards of Thanks 'hi Memorisin ' and Unveiling notices are aceeepted up to 11 1L- week days and 10:30 A V Bates based on five ol - 40e per- Una each Iruartlan fount £ftbpe " ' mAp jam wcnilml Cams HILLS OF WESTCHESTER Imomkly Mol v Cmnaimi Tamm New- York ofioa-HZ Fifth Aveouc Write for Booh of Photographs - Traditionally fins funeral services at -prices all can afford Robert WSclimmb B'OTID'ED' RYECHESTER MEMORIALS " Moaamoate Slatted la AB - Oped Sofnnday -' Tfitndat Ontgi on Crawford Road Sunny Ridge on Wednesday -' PRANK LESTER P ARKUS " A heart attack resulted hr the death early today at his home at Frank Lester Park us of 13 Grove Street- Port Cheater He was fifty-seven years old -- A native of Purdy’s Station New York Mr Parkus resided In Port- Chester for 40 years He was -a member of the North Baptist Church and Port Chester Lodge 863 BPOE "- I Mr Parkus was a veteran of World War-1 and served - as a first class private h the 329th Guard and Fire Company At the time of his death he was chief engineer at the U S Army Bat' in Brooklyn' His son Pfc Douglas Parkus was killed July ? SV wMlT IBM while serving in Normanr Surviving are his wife Pe-Rozell a daughter Mrs Arthi Williama of Port Cheater a ten-day-old granddaughter- and two sisters Mrs Elllotte Hueatis of Armory Village N Y and Mrs Fred Rowland of Hslden’N J- ARTHUR J DONOHUE ' Arthur J Donohue of San Diego Naval Base Calit a former employe of John' Moboney Bye grocer and fruiterer died after a lingering illness on Thursday He' was thirty-five years old ' ' Mr Donohue and his wifethe former Eleanor Lawrencerleft their home 427 Barry Avenue Mamanmeck in December 1947 for the Weat Coast where Mr' Donohue was stationed as a Chief Boatswain's "Mate in -the Navy The couple were married on March 2 1945 at the Holy Trinity Church hi Mamaroneck -Mr Donohue who-weia'for-mer resident of Blind Brook LanerRyE WStANiembar of -the Church of the Resurrection there and an officer in the Rye Fire De-partment He is survived in addition to his wife by a brother Eugene Donohue and a sister Mrs -'Albert Semmelroth both of Byram and a son Arthur Donohue Jr ' aged two Other County Ueatlis— ’ ” ALFRED BORDEN Alfred Borden seventy-three of Bedford died last night in Northern Westchester Hospital -Mr Borden flew light planes until last Fail and was recognized aa one of the oldest pilots in the country He was employed as an investment broker in New York The body -trill be cremated according to Mr Barden’s wishes and the ashes - will' be scattered fnxrran airplane LOUIS KHJAN VALHALLA— Louis KUanTS ty-five died at his home at 325 Columbus Avenue yesterday Mr Killan was associated with Dominick A Dominick stockbrokers iff New York for 45 -years rearing in 1941 YONKERS — George S Edie attorney' banker and former county comptroller died today at his hone He was sixty-nine and had suffered a cold only a frw days Mr Edie served two terms as comptroller beginning in 192a He was president of the board of directors of the Yonkers YMCA semen— tCONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Grand Jury which has indicted pn ex-city betectlve Kenneth Ryan for escaping from custody whfle’iihdr' amst in the Cise The ex-detective who Jeter surrendered to authorities now-is free tinder 87JS0O' bail on the es-cqie charge end diargea of wire tapping' Another ' private investigator Edward M Jones a former Treasury Department agent is free under 32JSOO ball’ts a material witness Police have quoted him aa saying that he and Kenneth Ryan were hired to tap telephone wirea by John G Broady forty-five attorney for dendenin Ryan' Two other private investigators aid tobe In Broady employ are being sought for questioning One is Harold Bretnall of Ka-tonah - For Depndabie Flowora — -Aay Ooeaslote Call Rye 1-0761 FLOWERS -ISIS -i atteri Bra FLORAL DESIGNS r V BERTHA WAfiLEY ' Florist til Askb st re miss befxesb XOUlt SYMPATHY' ' WJTR FLOWERS ! ' - Burma Xlvtr SSB10 ’JONES FLORIST SM Mill Btmot — MT EDEN- CEMETERY m ssAonFUL aitmimiB ASJswes to nfinn auita tlw JEWISH FAITH m nl iw Ai A ttrSBn Fmi Omismt K nwaiHi sm vB"nr"' £ias Lady—: (CONTINUED FROM PAGK 1) night’s presentations pftbe famous play While the entire cast did' well last night consensus-of-opinion among members of the first night audience seemed to be that the performance of three youngsters Ann Melonl as "Lucia Bemard-ine Passarelli as "Jaclnta" ' and Anthony Bellantonl as “Francisco? was one of the most outstanding features of the evening So too was the effort of Jennie Morablto to prove as “Maria Rosa Dot Santos"- that she was the perfect picture of a nagging wife while Frank Valbiro as her husband “Antonio" proved himself adept alsdT Miss - Norma Wicket ' playing the' title ' role proved most Impressive ‘ Another very excellent performance in last night’s offering was Charles Abbott’s appearance as Anselmo This part climaxed Uht “"do relief whiqhia one q( attnCtlon ta thta otherwise deeply religious production - After the performance Director Robert J Hayward of the famous Black Friars’ Guild ' highly praised the work of hli players and thought the applause should be equally divided So did ’the Rev Father John Celorla pastor of the Church of the Holy Rosary who said he’ couldn’t -find a flaw in the Work of even one member of the caet The Rev Father Urban Nagle O- P- author iff the play and founder of the Back Friars’ famous-' 'theater group - in ' New York will be a guest at jthia evening’s performance' With Aldo Podesta Dan Center executive secretary acting as commentator and Claire Vigil ' as stage manager the play moved along from start' to finish with a smoothness that was real theater Other members at the group who helped seore-such a success for- the- Don - BosoeComnumlty Payers first big undertaking were Monte Bellantonl ' M Olimpia Marto Salvatore Rollo aa Manuel-Marto Gertrude Lagonegro - aa Carolina Dos Santos Lorainne Caiase u Gloria Mildred-Vecchio as Maria Caireira Ann Marino ai ’Margarida- Terry Sayles as Teresa William Radice as Jose Anthony Marcucelli as Alvarex and Florence Faiano aa Delflna 'Also Joseph Giahdurco as Castro Silvio Archlno a! Pedro Vin-oerit--Vecchio- si - the — Canary Charles Abbott as Anselmo Charles Abbondondola as the Jailer Anthony Mutino aa Arturo the Administrator James J Glan-duroo u Pop Jack De Giacdmo as Priest Joiiqdi Ribuffo Father Ferreira ' Rooco Vaccaro aa Father Eormigao and Angela Morablto as Sister' Marla das Dores The Theater Staff - Seta for the play were constructed by members of the Crafts Class under the direction iff Her-map Goodyear from designs by Thomas Keary Roland DeCar-mine and John Calo painted the Cova Da lria Sets v -1 Costumes' were executed by Pet A Embesi assisted by Rose Pas-arelli Ann Desio and Sadie Santoro- from ikatchss by William Calhoun and the Salesian Slaters of Holy Rosary Parochial School Backstage participants Robert Llsone stage electrician Mary McArdle properties Angela Morablto script Rose Passarelli wardrobe Marie T O’Brien make-up and Michael J Vita program The following were stage technicians: Allie Vita Roland DeCarmlne John Calo Joseph GulU Rocco Bochicchlo Fred Loganegro and Manuel Alfonsa Hostesses for the event were Mary Garfield Carmelita Ribuffo Nedda Bellantonl Marie-Platro Doria Garfield Rachel Ribuffo Sadie Vita Katherine Manscalco May Spoata Sadie B LaBella Martha Catalano Paulina Cherico and members of the Children of Mary Sodality - Kicking Case’— Put Off A Week Pleadings by Edward Riker fifty-eight of 51 Poningo Street Port Chester in connection with two third degree' assault charge were adjourned for a week In Police Court today by Acting Judge John J Buckley at the request of William C Young attorney for thr defendant Riker is charged by Sylvester Banka of 52 Grove' Street with kicking hint during an argument at the Riker hone on March Ifi On the next day Domenlck Co-’--f-1" M grnrtN Mil had Riker arrested claiming he truck him in the face during another disturbance at the defendant’s residence Judge Buckley today continued the 350 bail posted at the time iff the first arrest Flooded Oil Stovfe Fire Menaces House A flooded kerosene stove throwing flame about the apartment at Mrs Martha Basamez at 74 Purdy Avenue Part Chester paused only slight damage according to firemen who responded- to a still alarm yesterday at 6:40 P M In 25 minutes the danger waa quelled - Apartments of five other families Jiving in the three-story building property of thearlucd estate were' not affected by the first-floor fire Dennis Girl Friend Denies Aiding Him LOS ANGELES (API — Betty Ritchie- twenty-four-year-old girl friend of Gerard Dermis -yesterday denied complicity In the Southern California burglaries ascribed to him - OPENING LAST NIGHT for a return engagement at Borde--wick's On Bronx River Pkyv in Tuekaho ere Johnny (Roland) Rotando (above) ' and his orchestra For the put eix 'years ' they have been featured st Boiv dewick’s in Fordham Mr Rotando is a former Port Cheater- He who for many yean dlrect-ed the orchestral of the Capitol inti Embassy Theaters Alliance— (Continued from page i) such hoped-for cigners as Denmark Iceland and Portugal nor other less probable signers in Western Europe Bussia is estimated to have within the Red Army Air Force Navy and MVD security troops a total of 4050000 men The Russian satellite countries — Poland Hungary ' Bulgaria Yugoslavia Albania and Czecho-Slovakia — have'1121600 in the onta official estimate published in the United States That estimate fa now - more thifl year Old' and tlte SOViet Woe total strength may be larger Beds Tops in Divisions - ' A British Parliament member recently telti Commons that Russia has 30 divisions— eight of them armored - spotted in Germany now Other estimates run as high as 50 or 60 divisions! They far outmatch numerically the divisional strength of the' United States France and - Britain in Western Germany - The great and immediate danger if war came would be (hat the Russian divisMhs reportedly are completely equipped with fuel ammunition and transport ready to roll Despite the premium placed on ur power by both side Western strategists believe any first move -by Russia probably would -be a traditional land- advance-' Therefore the broad plan for phase 1 of a war has been built 'on the idea of a Rhine River holding line With Successive positions westward if that line failed In the air the Western Powers would reply to any Russian aggression with heavy bomber strikes against Russian cities and munitions production -The United States Air Force’s strategic air command probably Would supply most of the bombardment aviation and Britain's Royal Air Farce the fighters and tactickl planes needed far support of ground troops In sea power Russia is- putting -her confidence in submarines — especially the - greatly improved Snorkel type capable of high underwater speed and long periods of submersion Just as we did the Russians picked up from defeated Germany some excellent plans completed submarines and techniciana — Experta reportedly- agree that the prime naval problem in event iff war would be to keep 'Open the sea lanes and the supply-receiving ports of fiw Atlantic snd Mediterranean- The chief menace here would be submarines Senate-1- (Continued fbom page d - to extend three months "beyond that- 2 Return of eviction controls to Federal authorities with power to sue for three 'times The amount of any rent overcharges Evictions now are under local control with damages limited to the amount of overcharges 3 Power to recontrol rental properties now free from Federal controls if this is asked by local rent authorities : -4 A two-step plan permitting rents to ge up 5 per cent Oct'l and another 5 per cent next April 1 as long aa no tenant's rent is mere than 15 p at cent higher than it was in June i947 The 1947-ient tenapty ppfl landlords to Sign' leases under which rente could be raised as much as 15 per cent Sphrkman said the rent in' crease proposal was not' part of the' administration plan but “is much fairer and more accurate"" than a House - provision to give landlords a reasonable return on a reasonable value bf their property - Senate MU’e “state rights" provision marks another major print of difference with'tha House bill under which not only states -but dtp or county authorities could decontrol rent- - ROCCO FERRARO " ' ‘ Plumbing and Heattag ' Contractor Croaley Radio aad TelevMoe Showroom -Mg SOUTH REGENT STREET Uraplfts IsaMMiM By MconacS SihM V ‘-'"'P-'O 3-457S ' ' ' Offloo 'and Wots mo 1SS Tonialao Asm- Demonstratiorf Of Tight Fit Satisfies Court NEW ROCHELLE— Mrs Rose Margolis wu having some diffl- j culty in Small Claims Court yes- terday proving her brown -taffeta party dreu had shrunk- in the cleaners to a point of ruin end embarrassment1 - --Then she cried to Acting Judgd Sol Rubin: “But you should see It on me!" 1 With the consent of the Court she hastened into' the secluded fudge’s chambers and changed from her street clothes' and then returned to the courtroom There were cries from women spectators and guffaws from the gentlemen There she stood with a' four-inch overflow of black lace sip dropping below the hem of her party dress Measurement! In other directions might have been pleasing to the eye but obviously were not practical for action The dreu was straimvH here and there She won her point and Judge Rubin ordered the- Katherine Hayes Inc cleaners to pay the frill value of the dress which he placed at 31975 The dnp had been purchased in the Fan of 1947 for 33950 Mrs Mongolia was represented by her husband Bernard Margolis an attorney - Many Think — (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) III predicted that if Jt become' bindi ng Russia aggressively nation Bode Fingers Crossed - - Others reluctant to depart from the American tradition against European alliances indicated they will go along with fingers crossed - -" ' Scmt likq Senator Byrd D Va said the proposed treaty-must not carry with t any &m-fnitment that this country will pay for rearming Western Europe ' r— " Others like Senator Malone- R Nev charged the agreement would take out at the hands of Congress the decision ’ on when this country will go to war Acheson tried to answer some of these arguments in advance in a radio speech last night in which he declared that ‘control Of Europe by a tingle aggressive unfriendly power would constitute an Intolerable threat to-the national security of the United States"- — t " ' - Thg Secretary making his first major policy pronouncement said that H free nations do not stand together in some such agreement as that proposed they will fall one by one” He said “the etrategem of the aggressor is to keep his intended victims divided or better-still to set them quarreling among themselves"' so they can be picked off one by one He added: “We and the free nations of Europe are determined that history shall not repeat Itself In that melancholy particular" ' ' In New York Warren Austin United States delegate to the United Nations said he la “strongly persuaded" that the pact conform! -with - the United Nations charter EXAM 18 APRIL SO Competitive : examinations ' for stenographers and typists in Write cheater departments which were announced to take place April 20 In an article In yesterday’s paper should have fixed the date for April 30 when the examination actually will fake place FACEYQUR FINANCIAL STORMS WITH A SMILE It doesnttake as much income s You might think to start you on -the way to security -through a savings account - A - little put — Aside each week will mean a happier future for you! and your family You can fenjoY living without the burden of continual' line sncial worries Bank what money you can and let 8 savings account be your umbrella when financial storms come 1 i — i The Mutual Savings Bank of ’ thi Cam munity for Mora than Eighty Years PORT CHESTER SAVINGS BANK Established 1865 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp - "Buy V S Savings Bonds" LENTEN LECTURES — The Rev Patrick' D O’ Flaherty! of the History Department of Cardinal Hayes High School New York will give the third of a aeries of six Lenten lectures in St Many's Hall Port Ches- - ter Monday evening at 8:30 Last Monday evening 120 persons hoard Father Q'Flalicriy's -second discourse on the" theme - ’The Protestant Revolt" In the third talk he will continue' his presentation of the history and -principal personalities of the Reformation In Europe and Britain ‘ Father O’Flaherty a distinguished teacher 1 of history is one of the best known Catholic lecturers in the East lie is the personal - friend of numerous clergymen and lay people in the'1 Port Chesters area Moscow— (CONTINUED 'FROM PAGE I) ' of the -Kremlin could he carried out and the whole- of Europe brought into bondage" Built1 ‘CpUerJive Smutty - "What then were the peace' Yrtihi-IovIficThatibns“ Jfff do?'' he- demanded - -‘To st and idly t c be - destroyed or build up ' some collective Security “Well we took the latter course" ' He insisted the- treaty is one which' rio nation "innocent at aggressive 'intentions” need fear Over the official Russian radio Came a Soviet reply tb the published terms of the pact - '’Millions of people (in the West) -'-realize- this pact means war on 1 the Soviet ' Union" ' said the broadcast by Soviet- historian Lemin and they “will never fight against the Soviet Union” Hie reference clearly was to a recent wave of statements by communists in western nations tliat they would support Russia if she goes to war against “aggressors” ' Across the Western world outside the iron curtain however government officials expressed their approval of the pact and expected their people to beck them solidly and its non-communist press spoke similar views Golden-:: 4 CONTINUED 'FROM PAGE 1) the Transfiguration "New ‘York where Father - Footed made hie home- since -suffering a heart ailment last year there wlll-be-a general Communion Mass' of all parish societies at 7 A M tomorrow and of parish youth at9 A M Father Focacd himself will perform the solemn high Mass there at 11 A M Other Masses will be at Mary Help bf Christians ' Church 440 Eut Twelfth Street New York at 11 A Mr and at Our Lady of the Roaary at 11:15 A M 1 - - Snow Hangs On SJ Untler Bright Spring Sun A bright' lafeAVInter sun today Insurance— (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) White Plains realty firm of Prince ' A Ripley - -In addition to Supervisor 8am-marco Joseph Gridea executive secretary of x the Port Chester Board of Tfode assisted in bring- Ing the project to the Town of got to work on the lendar-floOU Rye Surveyors have begun stak-ing - snow- -which - vestenjav - cov--flne out -the plot located on the cred Westchester to S depth' of south of Westchester Avenue from three to five' Inches (Sne man died shoveling the stuff yes- terday In New Rochelle and there’ were three auto accidents In Rye Temperatures down --as low as 9 degrertUast night held frozen flush on the streets which slowed driving today Main roads and streets were clear this morning chemicals the wheels of fraffic and a stiff northwest wind had dried them Few communities deemed It necessary to ehd out- plows yesterday although they worked all day on the ' parkways but sand and cinders were" spread on grades and Intersections Parkway Police reported 25 accidents -yesterday due to skidding only two iff thypi resulting tn minor injuries The Hutchinson River Parkway had most 12 and others Occurred six on the SaW-Mill- four -on -th Bronx and three on the Cross-County ' Three - automobile scridents caused by slipnery road conditions were reported yesterday in Rye No persons wpre Injmed ' The ' first oceurid lste In the' morning when- a car being driven on Peck Avenue by Joseph Eder-sfifiy-four of 385 Midland Avenue Rye skidded out pf control across the road ana rammed a telephone -polK-' The impact Crumpled the left fender and running board of Edcris ear and napped the- pole but -neither the driver nor a passenger were injured - At 3:l0 P car operated by Charles Thornton twenty- four of- 25 Everett $trect Rye struck the rear of a cgr driven by-MrSr C Or Brewn ef 24 Hlll-l crest Lane Rye while she wu making' a right-hand turn -into i 51 $UKon Road - Faulty vision caused by the snow storm is al-1 COAL NOW ON b t t Phone Ua - We Are Prepared To iiippl You 1 f Greenwich Coal Co Inc SHORE ROAD (Drive la Our Btattos Rlvsr S-9447 Stamford Eat 7080 “WHAT SHOULD WE DO ABOUT HOUSING?” " Westchester Daily Ntwt: papers end Radio Stitlon " VVFAS Invite you to hear ' : f the 19th" In the new Sun " day afternoon programs i devoted to current topics t-' — of universal Interest- "v Listen to the WESTCHESTER DAILY NEWSPAPERS RADIO FORUM Sunday March 20th v 4:00 cl4:30 PM 1330 ur 133 - WFAS-FM 139 ma A panal at four of your Wcateheetar naiiboiuJ offer a ! frank discussion at this subject on Sunday aftarnoon train 4dXi to 4 JO over Station WFA& The moderator Will bn Mis Frances Marlatt attorney and a member of the Barnard College faculty This weekly radio forum is presented aa a publie 1 eerviee by the Westchester Daily Newepapers ui eooperatloii with Radio Station WFA& THE DAILY ITEM and bounded also by Bowman Ava-nuc and Blind Brook Has 3504000 Payroll Erpest B Brown president of Ernest W Brown Inc manager of Associated Reciprocal Exchanges consisting of tlx fire insurance exchanges and a casualty affiliate and which has its head- quarters at 261 Fifth Avenue New York said the! building will contain 30000 square feet of space and will accommodate thepre-sent staff of 160 end permit expansion 'to- 250 employes within five years Present payrolls exceed 3300000 yearly - The proposed twostory and basement structure designed by ' W Stuart Thompson and Phelps Barnumt architects of 250 Park Avenue New York will occupy the renter of the landscaped site' It will be of soft red brick and : granite Exterior - construction It will' have every convenience "for employes including provisions for a cafeteria This room also will -serve as a lounge or assembly room A winding macadam driveway with parking facilities will ! blend with the landscaping Moderq’ lighting soundproofing and year-around air conditioning are planned- Construction - will begin this month and ' it is expected the buildipg will be com- pieted by April 1950 lrgrd to have 'caused the accident The front bumper and radiator grill of Thornton's car- -wrre damaged' — r ‘ The final accident took plaoa int mim acciucni urns piacs at 6:10 P M on Purchase Street — ' 4 near Depot Plaza when Daniel Zaecagnind of New 1 Rochelle skidded into' -Joseph Calabrese fbrty-cight of 30 Elm Place Rye when the latter stopped for a traffic light J GREENWICH —Next fo Boy CM) ' Giriawteh Mill Nlta Calls: P GL 3-341S WHArSHOULDWI— L6 0 AB0UT HousiNcr

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