NEW YORK: Peace in Pocantico

NEW YORK Peace in Pocantico

"I remember most unhappily," wrote John D. Rockefeller Jr. last week, "the protracted tax litigation between my father and the village of North Tarrytown, N. Y. Although it resulted in his favor, it left my father a feeling of hurt and injury that I think never quite disappeared." Whether or not he expected to end feeling hurt or injured, Mr. Rockefeller six years ago took court action to have the 1934 assessed valuation ($2,619, 890) on his North Tarrytown property, including a corner of his vast Pocantico Hills...

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