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    WHALEN TO ESTABLISH |TAXI-AUT0M0B1LE

    NEW TRAFFIC PRECINCT S O R E D FOR NORTHERN QUEENS

    Unit Will Have Quarters in Jackson Heights

    —Huron Club Leased for Another

    Precinct in Bayside.

    Indications that better police protection i s in prospect for Queens communit f . s , particularly those along the North Shore , were seen y e s - terday in requests made to the S inking F u n d Commission by Police Commissioner Grover A. Whalen for author i ty to lease quarters in Jackson Heights for establ ishment of a n e w traffic squad, and in B a y - side for establishment of the 65A precinct.

    The new traffic precinct may be in operation within two weeks , he said.

    While leasing of the building of the Huron Democratic Club at 214th and Els ie places, Bayside , w a s approved at an annual rental of $5,000 for a period of three years , final action on the leas ing of quarters in Jackson He ight s for the n e w traffic precinct was held in abeyance until the nex t meet ing .

    The new Queens traffic precinct, according to Commissioner Wha- len, wil l be known as "Traffic M" and wi l l be in charge of an inspec- tor detailed to it. The force wil l comprise from fifty to' 150 men, he added.

    In his application to the Sinking* Fund Commission, the Police Com-

    Olendale Smash-Up Starts Police Probe of Motor-

    car Ownership.

    missioner submitted two prospective locations in Jackson Heights either of which is suitable for the purpose. One of these Is three rooms at 37-46 Eighty-second street, and the other at 37-61 Eighty-eighth street. The latter is regarded as best suited for the purpose.

    Walts on Appropriation. Delay in approving the lease for

    the traffic pi^clnct was caused by Controller Charles W. Berry calling attention to the fact that It would he necessary for the Board of Esti- mate to appropriate funds for the lent.

    "Will it delay establishment of the precinct by waiting until the next meeting?" asked the Mayor.

    "Yes." Commissioner Whalen re-

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    BAYSIDE PRECINCT MAY BE OPENED

    WITHIN A WEEK Before another week passes patrol-

    men of the new 6SA precinct In Bayside may be walking posts in that and other communities between Bayside and the city line at LItUe Neck, If actidh taken yesterday by the Sinking Fund Commission in ap- proving a lease for the building of

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    A taxlcab was demolished, an au- tomobile was overturned and a B . M. T. trolley was damaged In a triple crash shortly before last mid- night at Myrtle avenue and Brush street, Glendale.

    Three occupants of the automobile were attended for injuries by Am- bulance Surgeon Sinberg of Wyckoff Heights Hospital, while passengers on the Richmond Hill trolley car were badly shaken up but refused medical attention.

    Glendale detectives started an In- vestigation shortly afterward to de- termine whether one of the cars, bearing license plates allegedly wrong, was a stolen auto.

    The Injured, all of whom suffered lacerations and contusions of the body, are Frank J. Jonsoko, 103-07 Metropolitan avenue, Forest Hills. driver of the overturned machine; his wife, Mary Jonosko, and James Donlon. 560 Prospect place, Brooklyn, driver of the taxicab.

    Mrs. Jonosko had a six-weeks-old I baby in her arms at the time of the | crash, while a daughter. Elizabeth I Jonosko. eight, was also in the ma- | chine. Neither of the children was I hurt.

    According to the police report. I Jonoako was driving toward Myrtle

    avenue in Brush street when he at- tempted to make a right turn at the intersection, just as the taxicab and trolley car approached the crossing In Myrtle avenue. The taxi driver swerved his machine to avoid a col- lision with the other car, police said, crashing into the trolley car.

    Passing motorists aided in extri- cating the Jonoskos from the over- turned machine while an ambulance from Wyckoff Heights Hospital w a s summoned.

    Jonosko was taken to the Glendale station and questioned later by De- tective James T. Connolly. The For- est Hills man told police he had pur- chased the automobile second-band In Williamsburg some time ago. The allegedly improper license plates were on it then, he said.

    Police said Motorman John Mll- sted. 15-18 Woodbine street. Ridge- wood, was in charge of the trolley in the collision.

    Notes of Congratulation On Midtown Tube Victory

    Flood Into Star Office Queens Civic and Business Leaders Call

    Newspaper Campaign Important Factor

    in Winning Tunnel.

    BOARD OF TRANSPORTATION TO RUSH PLANS FOR BUILDING

    MIDTOWN VEHICLE TUNNEL

    Last Minute News PLANE ENDS 314TH HOUR IN AIR;

    FLYERS SOAR ON FOR 500-HOUR MARK ST. LOUIS, July 26 (U. P.) The monoplane St. Louis Robin

    completed *»» 314tb* hour of continuous flight at 11:17 s. m. (New York Time) today. The plane at that time lacked but two hours of completing its second full week in the air.

    "Everything still going good. Send up four new spark plugs," was the word from Dale Jackson and Forrest O'Brine as 506 hours in the air appeared to be their goal.

    FRENCHMEN BEAT TILDEN AND LOTT. ROLAND GARROS STADIUM, AUTEUIL, France, July 26

    U. P.) France won both singles matches in the opening day's play of the Davis Cup challenge round today, Henri Coehet defeating Wil- liam T. Tilden in straight sets, 6-3, 6-1, 6-2, after Jean Borotra had beat George Lott in four sets, 6-1, 3-6, 6-4, 7-5.

    NO THIRD TICKET

    Hailing the Board of Estimate ac- tion yesterday on the projected Mid- town Vehicular Tunnel as a real victory for the Daily Star In its fight for East River vehicular tubes, con- gratulatory messages poured in late yesterday and today from civic and business leaders throughout the Bor- ough of Queens.

    Among the first to extend congrat- ulations to the Daily Star follow- ing adoption of the Day * Ztmmer- mann report early yesterday after- noon were Queens business and po- litical leaders.

    The first message was from E. A. I MacDougall, president of the Queens- I boro Corporation of Jackson Heights, i whose telegram said:

    "Congratulations on Thirty-eighth | street tunnel results."

    Shortly afterward another tele- [ gram was received from former Bor- \ ough President Bernard M. Patten, who said:

    "Congratulations on the splendid I victory achieved at today's meeting of the Board of Estimate committing the city to the construction of tho Midtown T u n n e l as originally planned.

    "The focus of public attention on this important improvement for the Borough of Queens ia directly at- tributable to the excellent represen- tation of the facts to our people by the Daily Star."

    Borough Officials Speak. Borough President George U. Har-

    vey said: "The Long Island Daily Star can-

    not be given too much credit for the great fight it made for the Mid- town Tunnel. It is a great victory for The Star."

    Commissioner of Public Works John J. Halleran said:

    "1 want to congratulate the Long Island Daily Star for the successful fight it made for the Thirty- eighth Street Tunnel. The Star fought for this great cause for many years and played. I am sure, a most important part in the final victory."

    Borough Secretary John L. Karle: "The Long Island Daily Star has every reason to feel proud and happy that the Thirty-eighth Street Tunnel battle that it fought for auch a long time, has finally oeen won."

    Raymond M. O'Connor, Assistant to the Borough President: "No news- paper ever carried on a more ag- gressive campaign for a civic cause than that which the Long Island t a l l y Star did for so many years in fighting for the Thirty-eighth Street Tunnel. Successful campaigns auch as that one is responsible for the Long Island Daily Star being recog- nized as one of the most progressive papers on Long Island.'"

    Commissioner of Sewers Andrew J. Kenny: "The Thirty-eighth Street Tunned '* J u s t another victory for

    | the Long Island Star. It waged a j campaign of education and created : public sentiment for this great im- ; provement."

    Superintendent of Highways Irving Klein: "I take off my hat to the Long Island Dally Star for its great and successful fight for the Thirty-eighth Street Tunnel."

    ( orona. Flushing Pleased. "One again The Star has shown

    itself to be a champion in the inter- est of Queens." declared David O. Stilson, president of the Northern Boulevard Taxpayers' Association, of Corona,

    "It was through The Star's fore- sight and constant pounding that the Queens delegates massed together and won a magnificent victory. The Midtown Tunnel should relieve traffic congestion In Queens to a great ex- tent. The people of Queens and the Daily Star are to be congratulated."

    "Without the help of The Star it is doubtful whether the tunnel proj- ect would have received the attention from the borough's civic organiza- tions,"