1920, Reformatory Sentencing, Charles A Decker, car theft, Navy desertion

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1920, Reformatory Sentencing, Charles A Decker, car theft, Navy desertion - ICE THREE CENTS. that SENTENCES PASSED IN...
ICE THREE CENTS. that SENTENCES PASSED IN COUNTY COURT; ROBINSON ARRAIGNED AS GAMBLER JndsoD Decker Draws Minimnn of Two Years at Dannemora--Charles Dannemora--Charles A. Decker, Charles Newkirk and Collins Sent to Reformatory. County court reconvened iit tho court house at eleven o'clock this morning for arraignment and for the sentence ol prisoners who previously previously had pleaded guilty by J u d g e Fowler. Arraigned A* Gambler. Glen Robinson of SaugcrtlW was arraigned by District Attorney Traver Traver on an indictment charging him j with being a common gambler, in al(normally j | i ng t n e use of room, etble, etc . . the he of for gambling purposes in violation of Section 970 ot the penal law. at the town of Saugerties, from the first of April, 1920. up to the time the indictment was found. Robinson WHS represented by Grant M. Brinnier of Saugerties. who entered a plea ot not guilty, reserving reserving the right to make other motions later. Wawarsintf l»urj;l»rs Judson Decker, who pleaded guilty to two previously indictments this for robbery in the first degree and burglary in the third degree, was arraigned arraigned by District Attorney Traver for sentence. He asked Decker whether he understood fully what he was doing, and Decker said "Yes." The charges against Decker for robbery robbery charged him with robbing two men in the town of Wawarsing during during August, and the charges of burglary burglary were for entering the building of Union News Company at Ellenville. Ellenville. and the railroad station at NapaliQCh. In ans*-er to the usual questions Decker said his occupation was farmer, farmer, 34 years old, born at Kerhonkson. Kerhonkson. lived at Napanoch, can read and write, is single, his mother is living. his habits are intemperate, he had been convicted of desertion from the armv and had had opportunities for regulate l ] religious instruction in the Metho- , jst in thei f Foiu'ler sentenced him to im Clinton State Pristo the on at Dannemora for term of two years and term of four years. a m i n i m u m a maximum on I been tlie | robbery and burglary, was next ar- j aiened by District Attorney Travcr i n* «^ 1 - * v ** · - ·*·-- -- - * » ·* John Collins, who was associated Decker in some of his crimes to In answer to the usual questions. Collins said he was an au- by occupation. 19 years was born at Newport News. Va., Mtl.. can read and write, is single, tils father Is living, habits are temperate, had not been i before convicted and had had oppor- itnnity for religious instruction In the Catholic Church. ,a In passing sentence. Judge Fowler told Ccllins his crime *vas equally IsTious. but on account of his youth i he would not send him to stats pris- on. He committed him, to the New Hin-jYork State Reformatory at El mi m. to over v - there pursuant to the ions of law. X..vy Charles A. Decker was arraigned . 9eu tencc. having previously guilty to a charge of grand | arcen y in the second degree in steal- told Lewis he seemed to have had clean record up to this time and l)elie\ed If given an opportunity he would muko good. Mr. Blum of Ellcnvllle thought so. too, and had offered to stand for him. He sentenced sentenced Lewis to Hie New York reformatory at Elmira, bat IB view of his years, suspended exeewtlon of the sentence and paroled him in custody of Mr. Blum and Sheriff Smith, to both o{ whom he was directed to report monthly. District Attorney Traver moved' for a panel of fifty extra jurors to attend for the trial of criminal cases bcKinning Monday. November Sth, and court adjourned until 9.30 o'clock Tuesday morning when th* extra panel will be drawn. ROOSA MUST TAKE LESSER AMOUNT His Verdict of 91,100 Win Be Aside Unless He Agrees To Accept· *53O.:ttt--Dibble Action Goes 1r Jury. Supreme court convened this) morning at 11 o'clock before Judge- Hasbrouck. The motion, made onj the part of the defendant in the action brought by Amon Itoosn against! the Feency Sheehan Building! Company, to set aside th» verdict! for f 1,100.as brought in by tbe last Friday on the grounds that 1C was excessive, was granted unless) the plaintiff agrees to a reduction the verdict to $530.39. Judgsn James Jenkins and J. N. Vanderlyo) appeared for tbe plaintiff and Vanj Etten Cook for the defendant. The action brought by William; Dibble against Mary Lay. which begun last week, was completed sent to the jury shortly after noon., John B. Alliger, a passenger on trolley car which Mr. Dibble was) going to take when he was struck the defendant's automobile, was* sworn and testified that he saw Dibble make a signal" to the man to stop but had not seen R)e accident. He did not know Mrs., Lay's car bad struck Mr. Dibble someone stated that s man had hit. The next case on tto calendar the action brought by Albert Givensl against Payne Whitney and another., Court took a recess at 12:1S until' two o'clock this afternoon. St. John's Xcws Of The Week. The members ot the Women's} Auxiliary of St. John's Episcopal; Church are Invited lo attend thai services of the Women's Auxiliary* ot the District of Orange- which be held on Thursday ot this week 1 Holy Cross Church. There will be celebration ot the Holy Communion* Ht 11:30 a. m., followed by luncheon* served the delegates at 1 ·'clock.] At 2 o'clock there will be * ^ in~""a Ford automobile "belonging to j meeting, with an address by m «.,,,, RQ^,, o f the town of Wawar-i sionary recently returned from league of s j r .. on Ju i y n. in answer to the Alaska. '' 1I?na t .nie.nions. Decker said lie WSLSJ on Friday evening of tniu week.. work he _ farmor. 21 years old, born and lived. from 7 - 3 0 lo 9.30 p . m .. the young' remain- Eas , Kingston, can read and writ"., ^^ of pt Jonn - s Par jsh and their is yinslft. his mother Is llvinsr. habits friem ,' 5 ,in ,in en j OT tne usual weekly- v* ^Tcnhij that there us temperate, had not been before , , cveninp wilh «j a ncing. properly con-""' --i ···· H.H nt,i»ri,,i.«,« . " not convicted and had had opportunities Ilcioii5 instniftion in the Meth- Church. District At'.arncy Travcr said Decker had been a lc«Ttcr fro:n the failed Slates Navy and at the of the court he had coin- Navy nepar"- mun'jcaled with tli mont »'bic?i ?i--«d rr] chapcronod. at the Pariah House. Swings To Harding;. By Lynn. Mass. Oct. 25.--Richard Loni; of Framingham. who was !ei!iricnitic candidate for iv n»t one weckl natil the h i l a-nhorit^s »i ' Judse Fowler in iu.«.-inK j--nleii-" «ivc D^k'-r h« ousht Jo l»o ahlc t" himself. H- would th«'rcf"r*» commit him U th« ,X"w York «ta3' reformatory nl El- 'nura. not for a 'I'TinUv Urm. Mit his ·would depend on his Ror«d 3rt- Iwx ior. m 3 M S and in 1?1», has Jo .Mipport Govcrtior Cox of Ohio. rv-mocrntic canli5at« for president, in a communicatioh to the Telegram N»5. Mr. Lons slate?: "After 1 have docidod to to Ui" tearing np of th« at the Urmdway croasiac

Clipped from The Kingston Daily Freeman25 Oct 1920, MonPage 1

The Kingston Daily Freeman (Kingston, New York)25 Oct 1920, MonPage 1
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