MANNERS & MORALS: Cheating at Chappaqua

MANNERS & MORALS

Residents of the outside world are inclined to look upon the citizens of New York's Westchester County as the mink, martini & money set, with hardly a petty thief in a trainload. Last week George A. Williams, the New York Central Railroad's station agent at Chappaqua in northern Westchester, shattered that illusion. Agent Williams had made a painful discovery: he was losing as much as $12 a week from the "honor system" cash box on his newspaper stand. Williams bored a hole in the ceiling above the newsstand, poked the...

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