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Orange County Record (Newspaper) - January 6, 1927, Middletown, New York ORANGE COUNTY RECORD MIDDLETOWN N. JANUARY PER STATES I ON Avent If k ef Ike district Is not of the It 4ke scope of the helps to bring about be Mr. fish's statement as to the he perm in connection the less of answer se the nun him far his dry law in view of the of the ta which Own district together with aost the dis- of the state went by aa Mr. fish's reply in form cane White not suggesting any plan of own whereby the ment measure might be given a more liberal interpretation or wholly rewritten or giving to aay to lic notice by of the wets he let It be under- stood that lie OB any with of that the constitution would not therefore bo nullified or latter written to Talcott general of this to your telegram un- der no circumstances will I vote la Congress to violate any part of the Eighteenth but in view of the two to one -a the Couc district favor of nhall he any within helps more effective enforce New Years Greetings This paper mindful of the high responsibilities about to be assumed takes this opportunity to ex- tend of the New Year to its old friends and to the With the beginning of the new so pregnant with great possibilities and for us all this paper will be a more better fitted to protect the rights of its in stronger position to serve its its the There has been but time to make aH the necessary amusements jt has been a gigantic task to look after the many important details that such a with it As a resole for a day or so some to our subscribers We ask them to be patient tf the new paper is not delivered at a tine on the first day of publication notification at the wiH bring a paper by special As far as manly possible the organization is trying to guard against just seen but they may happen and if they do we promise it will be a short time in any event before aft these difficulties are out and the same efficient service enjoyed by the aid patrons of both papera heretofore win be the experience ef the Again our sincere expressions of best wishes for the new 5c PER COPY VIDE SUCCESS FOR DAIRYMEN LEGISLATURE TO Are New While the ef RESUME FEUD WITH GOVERNOR Win Saudi Offer Haas LOOMS League Cooperative tho Hew saHk nave by Jut the year of their CHURCH TO BE Met only nave the of had a O. W. of to the ttw hut the whole industry baa the of the d- ut cooperative New Teafs to our members Is one of greater op- than suid tooay la upon the made by the farmers through their own In their industry from the MAY LOSE ON BONUS LOANS MAMB Jan. 6. with at least score of major and the possibility a fight with Governor Ntw state's legislature was to get underway at noon yesterday for its What had promised to be a set sJon narked by a lack of disputes between the governor and the G. O. P. leaders of the today gave evidence of furnishing several hones of contention be- the two when it became known that the special committee had not taken any action on plans preferred by governor for carrying out the details new governmental But the hill AUCE STILL LOOKS FORWARD TO A UFE WITH RHINELANDER NEW N. Jan. 6. faith In ta Glaus Mrs. Leonard Kip still Jocks to reconciliation with ber husband wso fully fought for annulment of their marriage on the ground Shu bad deceived him as to her day Kip acd I will together said the former Alice daughter of a negro tut as she the appeal court which upheld tbe legality of her marriage to the young ins gathered on of Fill Veteran From Parties So. as ean be the first two war veterans in town to obtain loans on adjusted compensation certificates were 450 each from Place 16 At Service Methodist one of the county's historic ous which has been ed since August for and will be rededicated January special J. J. ot the morning after i members of the their will repair to the parish house for refreshments and a social Dr. Henry also will preside at the Fourth Quarterly conference in the tion of Slate Hill chapel will in the at which the sermon will be de- Besides Burglary and Violation Of Law Complaint William a farmhand employed by John Henderson who operates Decker farm Bear is in the Goshen jail awaiting action of the on three serious which grow of a crime more five violation and a tory He and his John were attested b'y state and J. Tuesday and tore Justice of the Peace Alfred rones in as the two nen who on July 25 had broken robbed the residence of Clark at of household i and carpenter's at tie louse loaded nto PorS truck and to his on made our an affidavit before which the for the himself com pat Henderson ras fitted ii suspended The case had Jong Clark did -some on her own nd yesterday called in the state and handed them her in- Securing a search from Justice Jones the troopers went to Henderson's irm and there found many of lie but they also Jimd something else which may nt Splatter behind the bars for long In the house they discovered n automatic It i belongs to Splatter ater they saw Henderson's 15. ear old and between the girl admitted that Had attacked her tnd that he was the father unborn She swore it sn affidavit to this charge n a sworn statement supporting form of 20-year life endowment Ruf the Middletown ican Red acted without and for that reason may never The congressional through which the world war erans received a in the insurance is full of livered by tlie pastor of operates against the the of adjusted will be special program at each is an- Extensive alterations have been made in the edifice by the con- Wynkoop of Three alcoves have been one each for tbe the pulpit and the Sunday school of the alcoves beautiful 1 doubt tf ever was a time look forward to the future of the dairy business with so much said Mr. 81o- cum. naa had the year In its increased efficiency within organisation nu made it possible to render greater service to members and to the Benefits of the which was adopted til are more apparent than one thing our nave learned above everything ehe Is bow to cooperate with their They are demonstrating that cooperation Is not Just a ant Bounding cover a of good but that a- practical method of White others have talked cooperation our tamers nave While others al dissension id the Republican ranks over selection of a majority leader had was certain that G. would get the barring a last minute upset It is understood that Speaker tired of the bickering of which he was being made the had determined to exercise his prerogative and name While the legislative problems received little attention among the early gossip in the these were the topics that were being heard spoken of the most SMITH URGES FULL USE OF NEW GOVERNMENT IN HIS ANNUAL MESSAGE NINE HUNDRED QUARTS MILK ARE INSTALLATION Of I CM Be ft. cid If Property Ifa 0e neu M January 16 AGAIN URGES REBATE ON 1927 INCOME TAX Track Goes Down Bank lato Garden At High View tlon certificates to private loan agents is that section which vides that advances shall be made only by chartered national banks or trust ly are not particularly impressed with the made by congress for the adjustment of stained glass the gift of the Epworth League and have been At each end there are smaller stained win Sows presented by Sunday school and the bury and Women's Home The church interior also has In each Nevertheless they today that when they are sured of the government's policy with regard to fh of loans they will be glad to commodate holders of the though they all of ion that veterans who seek In their compensation pers only collateral cash are been All the victimizing new carpets laid ana electric lighting fixtures Glass doors enclose the while a fine for deliberately wide cement stretch across and steps the front of the A beautiful brass with velvet the while what formerly a ed into a convenient cloak FIRES HURT mm CIRCUIT Mrs. William Gross of New Struck in Back By Chunk of Iron obtained from Mrs. Splatter Is 29 years old and has a wife and three children Soath N. J He I before Joaes to and illegal a aad waived elimination Jan. iam of New Is re- today from burns and received early Christmas day when a kitchen stove exploded In he dross showering Mrs. dross with live coals and hot to the bourn and image estimated at Mr. and Mrs. dross were both h kitchen at the time of the their son was his toys In another The explosion the windows In the knocked piaster from the walls and wrecked the interior of the kitchen and two adjoining Floor and took from the but Mr. and Mrs. wore able to control the It Mrs. aided In the despite fact that she struck in the back by a alette of the Mile Added to Great Loop With Two Dates Are Set Jan. for next trotting meets were set and three cities were added to the Grand Circuit ule at a meeting of the stewards 1 re The cities added are Grand N. Y. There were no rule Officers explained charts had but since the two parents the than ever an thinking of the industry and are realizing that these needs can be met only by united Mr. Slocum He declared that could be added annually to of the If they were fully finch he could be effected through abolishment plant savings on freight ratei hauling and age charges by efficient zoning and without raising costs to Wider generations thought only In terms of their own individual said Mr. cum. they are beginning to think In terms of tire whole Problems of the industry can not be solved by one group senting only a part of the no matter how successful that particular group may be In its own Future of the Industry lies Jn unity the fanners are Cooperative associations are pointing the way to lead iward which U was including gasoline tax and plane to the tax limits of school along 'the lines ot the report of last re- the revision of the crime ship of the labor imp year tern for Some of these subjects will be brought op by committee there having been special tees or commissions appointed to study and report on labor crime re- of the village laws and In addition there is a commission for the ob- servance of the of the As the members gathered they found a profusion ot flowers from well Desks i neach house were covered with baskets and The session todav was hundred quarts of milk spilled Tuesday afternoon near the High View when a truck driven by Prank of skidded over a four foot embankment and turned over In the garden of the hotel Mr. De- Luco escaped but bis who accompanied ed a cut on bis The truck had been ed at tbe creamery with 76 cases of bottled 50 cans of milk and four cans of When about a hundred feet from the opposite the 0. W. the right rear wheel went off the road when DeLuco lo der to secure a better start up a slight hacked the truck Twenty-five cases of bottles were broken and 15 cans of milk a total of 900 The crash caused those nearby to rush to the scene and upon ar- rival found both crawling A Joint installation of the cers of the fourth degree assembly of the Knights ot of Port Monti cello and will be held on Sunday January IS. in They will be ed by Ernest Master of tbe Second New York District The installation of officers will be by a banquet of which John J. Cullinane Is in The Assembly has also arranged for a card at the Knights of Columbus January 19, Apk Draw His vors Water Power By Percy Scott for the benefit of Charily the Assembly Press Staff Jan. 6. stats enters upon a new chapter in its history all the advantages of a carefully prepared program for such an administration of ftj j affairs as will enable it to serve s best interests of all our Smith asserted in his J to tho r D I C I C L K 1 IJ 1 V 1% a W M tho tee POULTRY SHOW OPENS Jan. 6-The eighth annual poultry show began yesterday morning at Madison Square It is estimated that more than ten thousand be judged during four days of the which will come to an end Saturday night water fowl and pet stock will be on A corps ot forty Judges will judge the and award the The show will be held in the ex- hall of the Garden and require more square feet of floor space than In ious Thig expansion was necessary because of the large en- try of stock and the showing of poultry food and jng for the purpose of Under the of the assembly no hills can be read day and in the while several bills were be they were to be to where they will repose until active work As a result of the caucuses last the houses will organize this A. Fred W. Harry sergeant at Russell G. ity and Maurice president pro Ernest Payi nard minority and Charles sergeant at After the the governor was to be read both this the first time in four years that the governor has not read it Members will then draw for their and adjournment will be taken Monday when appointments b DINNER The St. George's Friendly Society of Episcopal Tuesday evening eel Its 40th anniversary a dinner at the parish Citing the National Trotting Association were now taking up the ability of altering the Circuit would not act Tvo had until the If that a for classification of horses according to winnings thin lo Is favored by some circuit dates week of July 11; week of July 18; week of July 26; Grand week of Aug. 1; North week of Jaly S and 15; N. week of Aug. 22; N. Avf STATE EMPLOYES SALARY HELD UP AS RED TAPE IS UNWOUND Jan. 6. rf I ir the executive department had i A the first results of reorganisation of the state government ly will be that several thousand persons in the employ of state will not draw their checks for ths first two weeks work of the yeat until some time after they are January 15. This became known today when it was disclosed that heads of de- which became such as the state tax sion and the state comptroller did not certify to the governor and the chairman of the legislative budget committee the fact that they were turning over to the new department chiefs the unexpected of their Section 6 of the general law z ng up the and a. week ot i the step being The state finance law also re- quires the new department chiefs to certify to the same officials an itemized statement showing how the transferred balance be ex- But because the first step was not taken this could not be and the governor and ance chiefs are unable to to trm comptroller mutt also he Tt a to the payroll of some of the owing to tbo fact the rolls checked hv civil and the office tbr The truck was hauled back on road and taken to a nearby where tt was found that it was only slightly The of the milk was sent later In the day by another truck owned by The creamery is owned by the Progressive Grocery Inc. of New York and the milk is taken daily to New York by Mr. DeLuco to their headquarters for distribution to retail J. Spencer formerly of Mid- of the com- pany owning the EXPRESS CO. EMPLOYES ARE SEEKING INCREASE First Hearing Held in New York City American Express company employes residing In are awaiting with Interest the report of a board of arbitrators in regard to a demand for a 12 per cent wage The board is now evidence in the case In New York Lewis vice-president of the appeared before the yesterday to oppose the He stated that the company is not In a position to grant the increase because of in- juries suffered during tlie war through government inflation and unprofitable A president of the Order of Railway presented data on the cost of ing In justification of the men's It n's reference to the j into operation last I the governor If C L- i very is now an U. S. Warships Among Vessels outer an a tool Anchored Off Chinese City for to make our Protection of Nationals to the public will and more efficient in the con- duct of its The real test Jan. 5 States gunboats chored off this today were an turbulent city a the possible necessity going into action to protect Amer I of its effectiveness will not be the perfection of its i; cause it is well x lean property from Chinese mobs reorganized government must e already has be able to safeguard tbe working and business con- taken form in violence against Britishers and the British United States property had not been affected nor had the and French concessions been violated today because of the anti- British flare Monday with up which began clash between tives and British sailors and rines from tbe gunboats These three with Woolstan and vessels also th of tbe Yangtze river their guns and landing ditions of thg and io care adequately for the who can not care for them Then after showing the tal chief tive takes taxation and gests that the state will a position to make reductions to onr taxpayers very much the lines adopted at the last ties ready to act for tbe j the These tion of British consisted of a 25 per British women and rebate on the income tax payments day were order by officials to land holding the direct tax FAMILY NEARLY BY OIL STOVE SMOKE FAIR Jan. ily of Harvey narrowly caped asphyxiation by from an oil stove last week the smoke filled he Mr. York was by the smell smoke aad quickly ing the rier Hie oil stove the The stove had been left burning plants from the and ban Britishers were summoned to come inside the concessions so that their protection might be Local British ated by the spirit of the said tlie attitude of the nationalist troops ing the early disorders had been tantamount to a declaration ol But the situation to be quieter today with Cantonese troops guarding the British con- fo the municipal to one and one-half mills Stressing the fact that taxation should be governor recommends that thf legislature adopt recommendations 01 the special taxation which has studied the foi several are to of Takir o up ths of the re- the today where ist Jan. 5 The Unit ed States Ford was to of the the while it. city of on the Yangtze fifty of Nf j the governor refers to his ance before the special revising the laws and MS on COMMISSIONER OF JURORS JOB LOST AS BLAST DESTROYS BARQUE Craft Sinks Off 32 Appointment for Five Years January G. And Paying Likely Three men missing after an ex- plosion and fire which destroyed and sank the French barque Rich eleu in Curtis bay were given up as dead by authorities To Be Made Soon One of tbe questions which now agitating tbe minds of a con- 29 of whom number of were deck were Orange county just at present is treated at I nf Ten French naval cadets on a Commissioner of the of Supervisors having re- boat saved their lives by fleeing when Captain Jules Coren ed the vessel the Cause of the abandoned after explosion Is not checks ean the mil the not 8. but the frst had not ed wt. today it that only straightened nut within ten FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS HOLDS SESSION The regular monthly meeting of the Federation of Women's Clubs wai held Tuesday after- at the Parish Dr. Shelley gave ft talk on the The Federation endorsed the The program meeting was In charge of associate William Mrs. Albert Green gave four tations and Herbert H. Teller three Ye Wind and 'The and Tbe ship was being ed with pitch when the explosion occurred late Firemen battled the flames for six rescuing the injured men from the hold until the ship turned er and sank a little before mid- CIVIC IN SESSION TUESDAY The Wallkill Civic Club held Its regular monthly day at the home of Mrs. Ralph of There were eight members Miss Louise Dunning gave a report of her Christmas Held Tbe town of quota was They have reached and gone over the quota A report of Convention of the League of Women Voters at cuse was The club ad- to meet some time In cently taken action providing for j such an There are a number of for the sition from various sections oi the and the question now in the minds of the and especially In the minds of the is. who will Ret the The law provides that the pointment shall be made by Justice of the Court re- siding the the county and the county II Is expected that within a few days Justice County Judge County Clerk Ham B. will meet and decide who is to fill the position The appointment will bo for period of five and the J ary paid Is based on the 1 tlon of the county .in which appointment is In the cnsa of Orange county being Each panel of jurors will hn drawn In the n cor at but thow who support the new plan claim that It will J suit In an saving to thi county of K IB ot officials
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