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   Daily Herald Middletown Times-Press (Newspaper) - June 11, 1927, Middletown, New York                               '-'OflCAL SCC'jy aily THE WEATHER. Fiiir, Slightly cooler tonight, Htindny Increasing cloudlMM. fol- lowed by showers in west and itnrlli west wlnus suiiting to east. Established 1851 MIDDLETOWN, N. Y.. SATURDAY, JUNE 11.1927. PRICE THREE CENTS Our World Today 'in Brief of the Chi- rTvlc Opera has heen con- 'aH) by Dictator Mussolini rn returning to w a single concert benefit of the families of sailer? whc died in the Despite his mnltifar- the Duce- said be would a: it mi the concert. Setback for Polncare ior bis ltalv Coolidge Greets Lindy In Name of Nation WARM DEBATE G. O.PJEETS u ____ n.. r- i. n ____ t.j i. move oy run ivcseuieu At- tempt to Dictate, May Start Fight in Committee SESSION AT GOSHEN TODAY TO LAST LONG was Utt question not involved, of commence tie defeat by a vote of 280 to 244 ot tbe government's project to tn a Swedish American trusr Is a new ciiKk for the Peiscare govern- ment Premier Poincare personal- ly favored tbe project, but the iiudalist and Radical doctrinaires Irish Elections Quiet in the Saor- flnd; elections is practically con- tn Kamonn DeValera's pros- jiocts or success. His aim was to win SO scats. It is conceded by republicans that he cannot more than 60. The elections were quiet. I'inedo Starts Again dp P'nedo. Italian four continent flier, left Ponta Delgada, Azores, today for Lisbon en route to Rome, the Italian legation announced. Gets Appointment coo- i.oo formally Appointed Sey- inolir Lou man, former lieutenant K'lvtnior of New Yotk, to be as- sisiitnt secretary of the treasury, FiiccecdinR General Lincoln C. An- drews, director of prohibition en- forcement, August 1. Lowman said his enforcement work would In' "sane and sensible, without fireworks." Killi-d in Hydroplane Fall GRAND MERE, Den- zi-11 .McKee, wealthy citizen of Pittsburgh, was drowned in Lake I.a Peche, when a hydroplane In fpll Jn- the water. Lieutenant lioaB, pilot, was seriously Injured. He Fnid the fall was from a height of al.out feet. Schriver Credited With Advan- tage Over Lemon, But Latter May Go into Primary J. D. Wilson, Jr., chairman, was expected to call to order in Go- shen this afternoon the long- awaited meeting of the Republican county committee for the purpose county ticket. The meeting Is aet for 2 o'clock. There are approximately 220 members of the county organiza- tion. It was anticipated that near- ly all would be In attendance. Those who are unable to be pres- ent have signified their Intention of being represented by proxies. In addition to the endorsement of candidates it Is expected a new will be cbosea with other officers, and that plans for electing the Re- publican ticket in tbe autumn's election will be discussed. Expect Warm Debates With the fall of the gavel one of the most interesting meetings in the history of COliiity Republicanism is expected to get under way. That there would .be some bitterness Injected Into the proceedings was taken for grant- ed. The suggestion that the com- mittee rescind its resolution call- ing for endorsements was expect- ed to be made at the outset iuu speedily voted down. After that the meeting will be thrown open to full discussion. Candidates will be "Inced is nominstion bv tlip'r spokesmen and the balloting will get under way. Ballot forms, an innovation this year, have been prepared for the convenience of the delegates. There is a spirited contest on (Continued on. Page Five) U. S. Airmen Pay Honors To War Ace Chamberlin and Levine Lay Wreath on Tomb of Von Rkh- thofen, 'The Flying Circus' Chamberlln and Charles A. Levine today paid tribute to Rermany's greatest war time ace, Manfred von Ritcholen, who brought down about 125 allied planes before he hinuelf was kill- ed in a duel in Uie air several months before the armistice. A Ui'Gnued HClicuuic 01 Americans for their last day In Berlin. They will fiy to Munich and Vienna tomorrov. The Americans placed a laurel wreath on the grave of von Richthofen in the Invaleden ceme- tery. The Teath was adorned by an American flag and a white rib- bon bearing the word "Homtge." Von Richthcfen who was called "The Flying Circus" often single flandcdiy outfought a half or more allied planes. He painted his plane in fantastic colors to identify it during his engagements in the air. vwru UIMTCN IJUiLfjtsjLui IN WALLS AND Port Jenris Mayor and Police Aid Dry Agents in Raid on of the seizures FIRE COMPANIES NAME DELEGATIONS TONIGHT Election Campaign Will Follow City Hall Convention The- Middletown Fire Depart- ment will hold its annual conven- tion at 8 o'clock this evening at tt.fi city hall to nominate depart- mental officers. Three delegates DOWN DEBATE OF JURY IDEA Says Acceptance of Elder's CsaHenge Wesld Be Usbcss- ing Supreme Court Justice There will be no debate on the abolition of the jury system in PORT most important booze ____... ever made in Orange county was effected at 1 o'clock this morn- ing when County Detective C. Winfield Ketcbam, Federal Agents McDonald, Johnson and Zoch, Mayor Horace A. Sheldon and po- lice descended upon the residence cf Robert H. Eowley, 72 Fast. Main street. The seized mater- ial, according to the -officers, in- cludes: 640 quarts of Scotch whiskey, two ten-gallon kegs of whiskey, U.IA rtf rvo whiRkfiy. 3E2 quarts of gin, sixty-one qua.Tb ui kimmel, fifty-two pints of wine, nine nve-gallon Jugs of whiskey, two 50-gallon barrels of wine, and thirty five-gallon cans of de- natured alcohol. A few minutes later Bowley drove up in a Dodge coupe. He was arrested, and the car, contain- ing n five-gallon jug of wine, was seized. Bowley is being held for arraignment Thursday before Uiiited States Comm'-ssiuasr Har- ry T. Crist at Middletown. The seized liquor and wine was poured Into the saturated ground of the Port Jervis city dump, to the accompaniment of appropriate b6- isciit- b" E The present officers are In the together with several other men. and it is already predicted whatever action the nominat- ing convention may take, there Kill be opposition to the regular at the election. MAN HELD FOR ATTEMPT TO ATTACK LITTLE GIRL Laborer Bound Over for Snlli- van County Grand Jury MON'TICELLO Russell, 'R'ilkes Barre laborer, waived ex- amination when he was arraigned >'riday before Justice of the Peace Isaac B. Silberman, and wu or- held without bail for. action or iiie Grand Jury. Hussell, who wag brought to the County iiore Tiara- o-i) following a search which con- with his arrest near Wllkes is charged with attempted on a five-year-old. Kirl May 25. NOW LET ME SEEr- (Answer. On OlMslded 1. Where In If there a nsh hatchtrjt 2 for whoa WM Mills m- named? t 3. when ii a kortc What U MMdtetowrt Ay- Vnoid '-.i I So, Humphrey J, Lynrh and Robert H. Elder" of New York, former prosecutor of Kings county. This was made clear In a let- ter from Justice Lynch to Henry W. Chadeayne, president of the Orange County Bar association and made public today. Judge Lynch refrained from acceptance because he does no "eel that it be in keeping with his position as a supreme court jus- tice "particularly in view of the relationship of the question to the court, of which I am an according to the letter. Elder's challenge was the result an address delivered by the justice before the Orange County Bar in Newburgh when he ex- pressed himself as unalterably op- posed to the abolition of the jury He did favor, however, changes In the law wouio per torn a ic seized beverages were fou'id it said: in many parts of the house. Some was under the floor, some in the walls, some un- derneath the tables, stoves and beds. The value is believed to be or more. At o'clock this morning the county detective and federal men directed a raid against the home of C. A. Coniton, 30 Ball street, seizing a still. Coniton did not open his cigar store at 78 Front-street this morning. A fifty gallon still was also seiz- ed at the place of Frank Backman, Limekill road. HOWELLS BARN STRUCK. BY BOLT DURING STORM Kmn Last Night Washed CM Terraces But Damage Is Small lUm 41 i concerning exempUons fromjury e electrical and service. He------------ change In the compensation jnrori and urged that women be permitted to on tn this a rebcommlttee which gone raver of the I ot Jury remarks and bte challenge remars .1 b V. Chadeayn .who presided at Newburgn meet Jaatlct _ to into deteU the refomt he raciMted meeting ot the eooty Mr. of gMSO11 swept across this part of Orange County last evening. The worst of toe .storm Passed about the city, but the rain was heavy enough to wash out and scour gutters. As far as could be learned this damage was not large. Lightning atrnck the bam of Norrls at STOLEN FORD RECOVERED The theft of a Ford In Liberty reported to Mid dletown by TIIMIII TIinilQ IU1UUU1UVUU U11LIJJ1111U FOR HERO IN CAPITAL NO BONUSFOR ALIENS TAKEN OUT OF ARMY Court Holds About 400 Cannot1,   n I n f i _ a citizen, who contended that he was honorably discharged from the service and that as he had en- listed in 1915 and was given an honorable discharge with the en- "for the good of the dorsement bonus. The state did not assert he was dishonorably discharged, but that his discharge could not be con- strued as honorable ecause of the Mie diplomats, cabinet ministers and senators, representatives of many cities, he was attired in a gray suit with tan shoes. The famous Lindbergh smile was in evidence. Thousands of troops 40 YEARS OLD IN JUNE Auxiliary Holds Closing Meet- _ r c ifig VI J save him from the crowds. His mother, who arrived yester- day after an attempt to avoid pub- licity by getting off the train at Baltimore, was to ,ave an oppor- tunity to greet her son at tern, porary white house. She posed for .1 photograph jus! before her sou's arrival. Day of Jo> The usual staid capital was stir- I red. Nothing had so tmicheU heart and imagination since the deaths of Woodrow Wilson and Warten Harding. But those were days of tragedy Lindbergh day was one of joy. (Continued on Back Page) The closing meeting of the Wom- an'? Auxiliary of Grace Church was held Thursday afternoon in hnnco The exercises were conducted oy Uie Rev. Roman L. Harding. Mrs. F. A. Clark, president, had charge of the business session. Among the reports submitted wag that of the annual meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary of Or- ange district, held May 17, at the Church of the Holy Inuacents. Highland Falls, read by Mrs. C. r> Martilan i T----------_r r planned to hold tober. The president brought to the attention of the members the MASTERS PICK R i. STANLEY AS PRESIDENT C. K. Conklin Named Secretary- I T-------------f M_. P n Orange. County Delegates to Convention Lead In Ovation to Senator police .headflnartert here tbe machlie w Session lo Hear Lada ana CrssdeH and io Sweet Utica Convention Will Begin This Afternoon At Show Shop; Women Go Shopping Baumes or the closing Senator Caleb H. Newburgh' delivered address at the annual meeting of the New York State Bankers' as- sociation, which was held this week at Hotel Mayflower.Jtfash- ington, D. C. At the conclusion of his remarks on "The Banmes Laws and Pres- ent Day Crime Senator Bauiass was given an ovation. He much surprise! when he was visited by the Orange Countw delegation, which comprised. Mr. and Mre. Ed Will tlonal bank; Mr. and Ma- Mrs. G. Speiicer Oowiey, Orange County Trust coaaipany, Mr and Mrs. cm- ford A. Owen, First National bank; W. F. Brown. Port F. B. Post, First National bank. F. W. Murray. Jr., Na- tions! ot Orange County. Pine S. Vrrnooy, f Bosk bank. WaTWick-R. h. Goodlattc, War wick National bank. Mr Hamf or was elected 3f tin three of the Baokwi aMociation auditing committee; MOit the nom KM- dtotown yaitqrday and lait fact that June 1927 is the fortieth anniversary of the Woman's Aux- iliary of Grace church, which was _ organized duriue the rectorship of -1 tn. _ T.I (uc Winmill iwu Farmers from all parts of the county began to gather early to- day to attend the big gathering -f dairymen 'a the -Show Shop The meeting was to start at 2 o'clock. It has been called for the purpose of select- ing two delegates to represent Orange county at the unification meeting in Utica two weeks from Monday. Most of the dairymen came In cars but occasionally a farmer was observed at the reins of a trusty steed or a pair of Dob- bins Many of the brought their families, intending to make a da? of it- The woTsenfo'k were kept busy this morning on shop- tours. A few announced an are just as much interested in the problems that beset the farm- er as the man ot the household and displaying as much anxiety to learn something that alleviate present condi- tend to tions. Dr. C. E. Ladd, director of state agricultural extension work and W. T. Crandell. professor ot animal husbandry in the State Agricultural college, Ithaca, N. Y. are scheduled for the principal addresses on the economic situa- _. Davis, manager of the Farm Bureau, where many ot the farmers made their headquarters until meeting time, was hopt'-il of a big attendance. Arrange- tion. C. C. intention to accompany their i nieuLa t to the meeting. Women1 left to him. SUSSEX BANKERS ELECT NEWTON. N. Sussex County In session .Thursday evening at the Cochran House elected the follow- in.; officers: Nicholas Barber Hamburg, presHUnt; Floyd C. Tore of Franklin, rice-president; iFrank Boss of Newton, treasurer; Frank Dunker of Newton, lec- Conservation F1XDS FOOD YEARS OLD large four- handled earthenware pot contain- ing the remains of food, which was left in the ashes of a fire- place when the inhabitants de- parted years ago. Is among the finds of Professor William F. Bade, head of Miipah Ex- pedition of the Pacific School oj Heilrlon, in an investigation of the site of the city of Telel-NIs- sionw" Charles Wlbw norl'u dress on conservation work. of the charter members, Mrs. Rftber Macardell and Mrs. Ed- ward MacNiff. are still living. The study paper, "Plans for Rural was read by Rector Harding who outlined tbe new methods adopted for bringing the church into isolated districts, and also related many incidents occur- ring in hie own work. Hr. Harding described the Church on Wheels, a specially constructed chapel-van equipped with an altar, a stone portable organ and radio. The van follows a definite itiuerars'. going iuto regiuiis hiiheito "u- touched by local church ministra- tions. Rector Harding plessed the au- dience with three solos, "The But- terfly and by E. S. Phelps. "A Little Pink by Carrie Jacobs Bond Pnd "Thp Kerry by J. L. Malloy. GANNETT ADDS BCACOti TGK NEWBITRGH Frank Gannett, wholesale newspaper owner, own- er of the Newburgh News and re- cent purchaser of the Beacon Her- ald, has followed up with the _pur nltapn nf J was announced today. Harry L. Stanley of Warwick was elected president of the Mas- ters and Past Masters association of Orange and Rockland counties t'on of that Grganizatioti in iiie Masonic Temple, last night. He succeeds Charles E. Taylor, of Middletown. Chauncey K. Conklin of Warwick was named secretary and treasurer to suc- ceed John M. Gaynor, also of this city. Other officers elected follow: Edward Mayfartb, past master of Wawayanda lodge, Piermont, N' Y., vice-president. John E. Fowler, past master Stony Point Haver- stiaw, Deputy Frand Master. Newman E. Schriver of New- City. Rockland county, also a member of Stony Point lodge, as- sistant grand lecturer. The latter is a brother ot Franklin A. Schriver, clerk of .the children's court of Orange county, A 5{ Ccestefi and picked logical selection .for endorsement today by the Re- j publican, county commitiee 'I attorney. A S. TompWhs, Supreme Court Justice of Nyack anov Dep- Button of New the principal About 200 attended, served a sumptuous LINCOLN'S LAWYER DIES BAST HAMPTON. L. Col. James W. Zevely. attor Harry nm. Int. light. uty Grand Master Dutton York city were speakers. Tw banquet under the direct on ot the NnwbnKfe Order of EasWrn Star. The following attenoeo from Middletown: Charles E. Taylor, Joan M. Gaynor. Howard W. Harold W. Malller, H. Mentky, J. Wood. C. T. CharnKM, N. D. W Tayior tmm v I   

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