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New Castle tribune. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1927-????, July 24, 1958, Image 12

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|2 North Westchester Times, Mt. Kisco, N. Y., July 24, 1958 New Castle Tribune, Chappaqua, N. Y., July 24. 1958 Notorious Gem Thief Threatens Burglaries Sheriff John E. Hoy has issued a teletype alarm warning West­ chester police to be on the lookout for any possible county operations of jewel thief George Feld, forty- eight. The alarm says Feld has threat­ ened to keep Westchester author­ ities busy and is given to prey­ ing exclusive residential neighbor­ hoods. — The alarm says Feld drives a 1958 cream colored, two-door Chev­ rolet sedan with New York plates 2L 8705. Police are told to keep the car \under constant surveil­ lance,\ if the vehicle is spotted. The alarm adds that New York City police say burglar tools are in the car. Won Dismissal In Feld's last official business with Westchester, he won a dis­ missal three years ago of an un­ lawful entrv charge dating from July 14. 1951. Feld at the time was in Attica State Prison as a parole violator, He had been tried on the charge in March, 1952, but a jury failed to agree on a verdict. He was not brought to trial again. The charge followed after Mrs. Richard Mandel surprised Feld in­ side her home on Haines Rd.. Bed­ ford. She went to police a month later after neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grosjean of Succabone W00DC0 GENERAL REMOVABLE WINDOWS! They're better them ever! Wrth new, UF-T-lOX, Woocko \GENERAL\ R. O. W. removable wood windows raise and lower with minimum effort . . . don't ''creep\ irr any weather . . . ftft o«t for cleaning. See Them of Your lumber Dealer. for complete information, write WO0DC0 CORPORATION Dept. X2. Box 31, N. Bergen, N. J. tranches: Schenectady 3, N. Y. lowefl, Mass. • Jacksonville 1, Flo, Rd M Bedford, lost $20,000 in jew­ els to a burglar. Opened Hoy's Desk Sheriff Hoy said Feld, after his arrest on the Bedford charge, promised to produce the Grosjean jewels \the next day\ if he was released from custody. The sheriff refused the deal. The jewels were not found. Shriff Hoy added that Feld of­ fered to show how the sheriff's locked desk could be opened with­ out leaving marks or fingerprints, opened the desk, Hoy said. Feld. said the sheriff, has boast­ ed there is no lock he cannot pick. The sheriff testified at n hear­ ing which resulted in Feld's adju­ dication as a parole violator. Feld is thus said to blame Westchester authorities for his jailing. Robbed Movie Star The alarm says Feld was arrest­ ed in New York City on May 22 and is now free on bail posted tnere. Feld was convicted in 1949 of theft of jewelry from screen star Gene Tierney in New York City. The sheriff's confidential alarm was issued on July 11. Feld gives a Brooklyn address. North Castle Library Set For Birthday ARMONK- To celebrate its 20th anniversary, the North Castle Free Library will hold open house from 9 a.m. to 4 pm. Saturday. All adults, young adults and children under age of fourteen who are accompanied by their parents are asked to partake of birthday cake and punch. Saturday will also open a \for­ giveness week\ during which all overdue books may be returned without fines. The library is being decorated for the celebration. Trustee Charles Elson has prepared and erected above the front doors a large ex­ terior sign proclaiming \20th Birth­ day\. Mrs. J. Wesley Johnson has made a replica of a birthday cake for the lobby and posters have been created by Floyd Hardy and Jo­ anna Burbank. A display of picture and clippings on the library's first days has been prepared for the lobby by director Robert Barron. Over 30 birthday party invitations were sent out to people instrument in starting the library- Scrapbooks containing the institutions complete history have been compiled by one of its founders. Miss Julia Bennett, and will be on display. Fourteen cakes have been promised for Sat- day's celebration. Members of the first executive committee who founded the library and who will be present to act as hostesses include: Mrs. Warren J Hall, first committee chairman and present chairman; Mrs. Emily Stephens Golden, first head librari­ an; Mrs. Lucille Ainsworth Kitt- redge, first assistant librarian and head of juvenile book buying; Mrs. Carolyn Greenacre, housekeeping chairman and librarian; Mrs. Ann Crowley, head of book repairs and librarian: Miss Julia Bennett, in charge of gift books and later an executive committee chairman. The .other two members of the founding group who will be unable to attend are Harold C. Crittenden, Armonk School principal, and Wil­ liam F. MacDonald Jr., vice presi­ dent of the County Trust Co. and former president and treasurer of the Mamaroneck public Librarys Trustees. In additon to the founders, others who will serve as hostesses include Mrs. Vincent J. Cunning­ ham, Mrs. Robert Burbank, Mrs. Jack Frishman. Volunteer librari­ ans on duty will be Miss Barbara MacDonald, Mrs. Floyd Hardy, Mrs. Robert Tompkins and Mrs. Theron Hoyt. GOT RENTS BUT NO !!! MOUNT VERNON — Daniel Brown, forty-seven, of this city, who last month indicated he was collecting $242 a month in rents in a one-family house in a residen­ tial section of the ctdy—July 16 didn't have the $150 to pay a fine on his plea of guilty to a violation of Mount Vernon's building code, and accepted the alternative of a 30-day jail term. The Mount Ver­ non Building Department brought the charge. 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