Raymond Dalrymple - Rheumatic Heart Brings Retirement Of [New York] State Trooper

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the its ral- York else- the thou- to was as the be bat- were ac un- in- them of Trooper Retires After a thirty-two-year career of excitement, more than ten years which has been spent with the State Police, Trooper Raymond Dalrymple of Wurteboro turned in his uniform today. A heart ailment resulting from an accident while on duty three years ago caused physicians of the department to order his retirement on disability pension beginning July Rheumatic Heart Brings Retirement Of State Trooper Dalrys-ipls of Wurbboro Pensioned After 11 Years Of Service Trooper Raymond Dalrymple of Wurtsboro, member of Troop C of the New YorJc State Police for nearly eleven years, left today for the Sidney barracks to turn in uniform and badge. He is being retired, beginning July first, on a disability pension because 'of a rheumatic heart, the result of a mishap three years ago while on duty. !. Appearing in excellent health,' Dalrymple .said beftue he left, he expected to' continue to live,in Wurtsboro but had no other plan* for the future. Physicians have refused to permit him to do any laborious or exciting work--and the It was on January fifteenth, that the former army man, trick horseman, and glider expert, received P. cull diirinw P slept storm at night to arrest a man for ication find disorderly conduct on the Wurtsboro - Ellenvllle road, j When he got his prisoner, the latter slipped on the ice. Dalrymple grabbed for him and they both went down, Dalrymple suffering a spinal injury that partly paralyzed him and he slid into a pool of water in the highway ditch. He lay there for some minutes, then managed to get up and take his prisoner to court and to Monticello jail. Suffered Rheumatic Fever The next day he was confined bed and four days later he was re. .oved to Horton Memorial Hospital where he remained three months suffering from rheumatic fever. He convalesced at Wurtsboro for three more weeks and then'on July fifteenth, 193(3, was returned to duty as a member of the State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation. After eighteen months of that lie asked to return to uniform and was re-assigned to a patrol nnst fit. Wurtsboro. Dalrymple was born May 16, at Norwich and into his thirty-two years he has packed more varied experiences than most men. At age of sixteen he joined the -Army and served in the Sixtieth Anti- Aircraft and Machine Gun Battalion at Fort William McKinlcy in ;he Philippines. He completed his (Continued on Page 13, Col. 4)

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  1. Middletown Times Herald,
  2. 29 Jun 1939, Thu,
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