THE KINGSTON DAILY FREEMAN, KINGSTON, N. Y« TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 7, 1958 FIFTEEN
R a r e Court D r a m a Y o u n g ParoU'o HYliI Armater Named
After Local Release Une of the Few Home Ownws
Condemned Man A teen-age parolee from the
Stale Agricultural and Indus-
Foreman of Jury Who Don't Need a
Raymond Armater of Kingston
Grills Judge on trial Schoo' at Industry was re-
arrested for violation of parole was named foreman of the Jan- PACKAGE POLICY!
following his release in City uary grand jury Monday by Jus-
Death Sentence Court Monday.
Wilson Wright, 18, ho told
tice Harry E. Schirick and Ken-
neth F . Babcock, of Kingston
LOS ANGELES Of) — Convict- police he had no home address, was named acting foreman. Fol-
author Caryl Chessman's lung received a suspended sentence lowing discharge of those who
fight to evade the gas chamber bi'fore Judge Aaron E. Klein in sought to be excused from serv-
has produced the rare .courtroom City Court. He had been arrest- ice the grand jury met and or-
ed for loitering early Friday ganized and will resume sessions
spectacle of a condemned man morning at Trailways Bus Depot Wednesday.
cross-examining the judge who In ( Mliccrs Edward Kdwards and There were two dismissals in
sentenced him to die. William Whalcn. addition to the 21 sealed indict-
In the unfamiliar role of witness He is being held in Ulster ments returned by the December
County Jail ponding removal to grand jury in its report Monday
yesterday sat Superior Judge
the correctional institution at In- to Justice Schirick. No bill was
Charles W, Fricke, one of Cali- dustry. found in the case of Martin E,
fornia's leading authorities on Lederman and Robert A. Kuhn,
criminal law. Cool and assured at who were charged with malicious
the counsel table in front of him Adult Education mischief in the Town of Shan-
sat the 35-year-old convict, whose daken. No indictment was found
IQ of 172 is the highest ever re-
corded at San Quentin Prison.
Registration in in the case of The People vs.
Frank N. Rizzi, a grand larceny,
Fair Trial: Judge
"Do you consider I had a fair!
Saugerties Set second degree, charge.
Indictments returned by the
trial?" asked Chessman, convict- Registration for adult educa- December grand jury were trans-
ed more than nine years ago as tion courses which meet in the ferred to County Court for trial.
the "red light bandit" who] Main Street School of Saugerties The next trial term of County
prowled the lovers' lanes of Los Central Schools, will be held Court will be in February.
Angeles posing as a policeman j
and robbed and raped his victims. | Thursday, from 7:30 to 8:30 OBEDIENCE TRAINING GRADUATES — F r o m left are the Mmes. Ruth P r a t t , Blooming- 'Copter Rescues Pair MOST PEOPLE DO!
"You got a fair trial," said the' p. m. in the corridor of the Main Hcvi' are the winners recently graduated in ton, with collie Lad, first place winner; Mae
judge. Street School. New courses to be obedience training classes sponsored by the Nadal, New Paltz, collie Laddie, second; Sally EL PASO, Tex. if>—A helicopter Damage to your home caused by vehicles is one of
Chessman, who has evaded six ] offered are landscaping and in- Ulster County Dog Training Club, Inc., which is Craig, New Paltz, German shepherd Roxie, rescued two electronics techni- the many sources of loss covered by our PACK-
cians from Mt. Franklin in El
separate dales set for his execu- opening another series of classes Wednesday at third; and Miss Irene Wustrau, Accord, German AGE POLICY for home owners.
tion, kept the 75-year-old judge on; come tax preparation. the West Hurley firehouse. Dog owners are in- shepherd, Max, fourth. Mrs. Marie Kecsler di- Paso yesterday after they had
the stand all day as he sought to j Carlton King will offer a six- vited to register their pets tomorrow at 6:30 rector of training fer the Hudson Highland Dog been snowbound atop the moun- This convenient package also covers fire, theft,
show Fricke was prejudiced in his j weeks' course in Landscaping p. m. lor 12 Wednesday sessions starting at 7 tain for two days. personal liability... in fact, nearly all of the major
Training Club ol Newburgh, was judge. Presi-
conduct of the 1948 trial. which will meet for 80 minutes p. m., conducted by Mrs. Kay Seitz of Kingston "I feel fine," said Reuben
dent Thomas Plunket of the Ulster club stressed Baker, 56, of Cresson, Tex. "Just hazards threatening thefinancialsecurity of your
The current hearing was or- Monday beginning 7:30 p. m., and Mrs. Helen Ragoski of Wocxlstock, who t h a t dogs must be registered tomorrow in order a little hungry, tired and sleepy." home. Call us today for complete information.
dered last summer by the U. S. Jan. 13. Topics to be covered in- have been handling the project for two years. to take advantage of the training course.
Supreme Court. Its purpose is to i clude identification and care of "We suffered no ill effects,
trees and shrubs, soil prepara- said Curtis Freeman, 26, of El
settle the transcript of the origi- rushed to West Hudson Hospital.
nal trial. Chessman claims the l tion, pruning, planning before
transcript, compiled by another
planting, grading and prepara-
Toilet 'Bath' Fatal The infant died there some two
KEARNY, N. J. (*V—A six-week- hours later.
Paso. "We had an electric heater
in the building and could keep
reporter after the trial reporter tion and construction of la^ns
died with his notes untranscribed. and grasses. Class members may
May Not Affect old baby boy died yesterday short- Mrs. Case told police she awoke They work for the Civil Aero-
suggest additional topics. ly after his mother pulled him from an afternoon nap to find the nautics Administration and went INSURANCE AGENCY
contains mistakes which make it
inadequate for review by higher i Miss N. Leona Hogan will of- *58 Farm Crops from a toilet where his four-year child in the bathroom with his up the mountain early Saturday
by cable car to service radio
CLARENCE H. B l DDENHAGEN — MATHILDA E. BRUCK
courts. i fer a four-weeks' course in prep- WASHINGTON <*>—The return old sister had placed him for a sister, Diane. Both Diane and an- 20 Ferry Street Dial FE 1-0025
equipment atop the 6,700 - foot
Showing amazing courtroom i aration of income tax reports. ing Congress may give some at-> "bath." other daughter, Bonnie, 2, had peak. Ice threw the cable off a fflNA CASUALTY •»*"•• AND SURETY COMPANY
presence for a man who learned'i This course will meet Monday Mrs. Marlene Case managed to gone to bed with their mother just pulley and they couldn't get down. STANDARD F I R E Mi INSURANCE COMPANY
his law from books in the prison at 7:30 p. m., beginning Feb. 3. tention to farm problems, but it is, revive her son, Gerald, with ar- 15 minutes before. Gerald was in All they had to eat was a can of
library, Chessman produced ex- Another class in driver educa- unlikely to do anything that would HARIIORD. Kggl CONNECTICUT
tificial respiration and had him another room. beans and some cookies.
hibits, argued cogently and main- ; lion will begin in February. Reg- affect 1938 crop programs.
tained a highly professional man- istration for this course will be
ner that was matched by the quiet I made Thursday evening. Many proposals will be offered j
dignity of the judge. Elementary Science to change current programs af-
There was an iciness to Fricke's One other new course will be fecting corn, wheat, and some |
replies, however, and he freely | offered as soon as details have other crops as well a s dairy prod-
acknowledged as his the following 'been completed. This will.be a :
remark, produced by Chessman course in elementary science for ucts. Some doubtless would make
from a tape recording of a 1934 laymen with David Jones as the \ changes this year.
I instructor. Additional announce- Time Is Factor
Two Death Terms 1
ment concerning this will be But because of the sharp dif-
"In my 52 years as a lawyer made. ferences io views over farm pol-
and judge I have never encoun- New memlKTs may be admit- icies between the Eisenhower ad-
tered a case of a convicted crim- I ted at this time to some of the ministration and many farm-state
inal less entitled to sympathy and 'courses which are already in congressmen, and also among the
4 leniency than Caryl Chessman." i progress. Classes meeting Mon- 1
: major farm organizations, few
Chessman, found guilty of 17 fel- day evenings for which there can leaders expect enactment of legis-
onies, received two death sen- i be additional registrants are, lation that would change this
tences. '. English for foreign-born adults,' year's operations.
In the eyes of the law Chessman 'metal work, and physical fitness The administration would like to
now stands in the same position ! for women. A limited number throw off planting allotments on
he did nine years ago when he ican be admitted to the cetemics corn. But time is the limiting fac-
was convicted and awaiting re- ! course which meets Tuesday eve- | tor. Congressional action would
view of his case by the California ! nings and to the sewing classes j have to be completed by late
Supreme Court. The transcript | which meet Tuesday and Thurs- [March or early April.
that is approved at the present day evenings. New registrations Some dairy leaders will press
hearing will be sent to the court can also l>e accepted for the ' for legislation to restore a recent-
for another review. j woodworking class which meets ly announced reduction in dairy
But in the eyes of Chessman Wednesday evenings. Those- whi : supports by Secretary Benson.
the current proceedings have a 'attended these classes the fir-t I But Congress would have to act
much wider scope. He acts as if | semester do not need to re-reg- j before April 1, the time set for
he knew it was his last chance ister. Their registration con- i the lower floors to go into effect.
to prolong his life by legal means, tinues for the entire length of Even if the dairy leaders could
and has already introduced mo- the course. get such legislation through Con-
tions that he be freed, or at least Mt. Marion School [ gress. they would face the likeli-
given a new trial. A new program in adult edu- hood of a presidential veto.
Girl, 16, Bride,
cation at the Mt. Marion School
will begin the third week in
Pressure will be brought by
January. Registration for the [ some wheat leaders to get a two-
BEGINS WEDNESDAY. JAN. 8, 1958 AT 10 A. M.
Mt. Marion courses will he held price plan enacted for this grain,
Widow in Hour Thursday. Jan, 16, from 7:30 to providing higher prices for grain
ANGERS, France ur> — Sixteen- 9 p. m. The tentative list of used in this country than for ex-
i port wheat. But it is too late to
year-old Monique Neveux was a courses to be offered at the Mt. change the 1938 wheat program be-
Marion School are law for lay-
bride and a widow within an hour men, driver education, making I cause part of the crop already has Drastic reductions on our entire stock of timely fashions for jun-
of draperies and slipcovers, ; been planted.
Monique and Alain Richard, 19, photography, and child develop-
were driving from' the church to ment. Additional courses will be
a photographer for their wedding announced as soon as possible. the soil bank plan and in subsidies
Congress may vote changes in iors, misses and women. ALL merchandise our regular high quality
picture when the car collided vith The classes at the Mt. Marion under the agricultural conserva-
a heavy truck. Alain was killed. School will meet Wednesday 1 tion practices program. But such
Monique is in a hospital with both evenings, lieginning Jan. 22. 1
assortments, complete in most lines, early selection for best choice!
changes would not take effect un-
legs badly crushed. Mrs. Joseph Lalloud will re- til 1939, because 1958 versions of
sume the instruction of the Sau- | these programs already are in
Huh Caps Are Taken gerties adult education sewing 1 operation.
classes the week of Jan. 13. The
The theft of four hub caps next classes will meet at 7 p. m.
from a 1955 sedan was reported Tuesday, J a n . 14. and Thursday,
to Kingston police at 9:33 p. m. Jan. 16. in the homemaking
Monday. Edgar Allen of 27 house on Washington Avenue. Act ion Settled COATS
Boulevard told police that the across from the public library.
hub caps were removed from his
vehicle while parked in the
Grand Union parking lot on Ce- Milk 'Take'' Lower
A negligence aetion brought by
Patrick Amendola and Mary
Amendola against Frank Perry
d a r Street between 6:55 and WASHINGTON WV-The Agricul- and Qualify Maple Block Com-
9:15 p. m. The value of the ture Department says milk dis- pany of Kingston Cvas settled in
stolen property was not given. tributors are making less money DRESSES
Officers Meyer Levy and George than they did a few years ago. ! Supreme Court Monday after-
Reports collected from 80 rep- ; noon following selection of a
resentative distributors from all jury, Michael Nardone appeared
over the nation showed, the de- ! for plaintiff and Arthur B. E u i g
ADIRONDACK partment said, that distributors' i and George Beck appeared for
gross margins on 100 pounds of ! F r a n k P e r r y and H a r r y Gold for
milk and cream rose
TMMMSIT LIMES processed in 1952 to $5.04 in 1956. >Quality Block.
• Ji from 54.61 i
But operating costs rose more < Plaintiffs alleged Mary Amen- to
than the margins, the reports dola had been injured when Per-
showed. The department said that ry operated a piece of equipment
distributors' net margins before on the Quality Block company
payment of income taxes declined property on August 12, 1953 in
from 52 cents a 100 pounds in 1952 such a manner that a portion of
to 36 cents in 1956.
+ THRUWAY EXPRESS the load of lumber struck a fence
causing it to fall on one of the
2 Hours To Ha* Suspension Span
Ocean-going vessels can go
In his opening Nardone said
New York City into the Port of Baltimore be- there had been a property line
cause a suspension span in the dispute between the Amendola
center of the Chesapeake Bay family and the Quality Maple
Bridge lifts it 198 feet above the Block Company. The Amendolas
AM AM ship channel. erected a fence on what they
* M o n . . . . 12:39 *Sat.-Mon. 7:00 claimed was the property line. A
MOB. . . . 0MB * O a l l y . . . . 8:30 portion of the fence was broken
*M»n . Mt
Cj JwWAT DO WE by defendants and Mrs. Amen-
• nlv 5:45 t D a l l y . . . •LIKE TO HEAR
#F> 8nn. 7:00 Dally . . . . 9:30 dola had gone to the yard and
Ex. S o n . . . 7 : 3 0 *Dally . . . .11:00 WHEW S O M E O N E placed the fence back in position.
•Daily . . . 8:30 LEAVES THE TABLE ? While holding it up, it was al-
Dally . . . . 9 : 3 0 Bat. only . 11 IOO
frDally 10:00 PM leged the fence was struck by a
• Dally 11:30 ••Dally . . . .12:10 (he "overhang" of a load of ma-
*l>»llv . . . 1:00 • Dally . . . 2:30
Daily . . . . 1:30
Dally . . . . 1:49 terials and the fence fell on her,
injuring her. All Sales Cash and Final—No Approvals or Exchanges — No Alterations
FrI. only . 4:00 A settlement was reached
*Dally . . . Z:4S
* r r l . San. 4 : 0 0 • D a l l y . . . . 4:30 after the jury had been selected.
Dally . . . . 9 : 1 0 • D a l l y . . . . 5:45 Also announced settled Mon-
• Dally . . . . 5 : 2 0 Dally . . . . 6:50 day afernoon on calendar call
# F r l . * Sam. 7 t 0 0 • Dally
• D a l l y . . . St 00
. . . 7:30
FrI. only . 7:30
was an action for personal in-
jury brought by Frank Vigliotti
• Dally . 9:15
*»«• 9:00 Daily . . . .11i50 and another against Peter La-
ft-San. only 10:00 • Frl.-Snn 11:10 manti. Roy L. Fcathcrstono ap-
peared for plaintiff and Cook and
NEW YORK CITY TERMINAL Cook for defendant.
PORT AUTHORITY Hunger No Remon
BUS TERMINAL DETROIT (fV-Police were un-
Eighth Ave. 40th to 41st St.. NYO syfnpathetic when James Butler
T>l. Wisconsin 7-5300 told them his hunger caused his
car to zigzag on a busy express-
KINGSTON TERMINAL Butler explained he was eating
Trallwayt Baa Depot a carton of chop suey at the
IVway A Pin* Orava Ave. wheel. |
Tel. FE 1-0744 "I was hungry," he explained. main street Ungston. new york
He pleaded guilty to a charge
ADIRONDACK TRAILWAYS of reckless driving and was ' : -.ed
$23 and costs.
Thomas M. Tryniski
309 South 4th Street
Fulton New York
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