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THE EVENING GAZETTE 6:40-~Concert. 7:15—Jewish program. S:00— B a ritone. 10:0 0— Orchestra- 10:30—^ n g s . I 10:45— Orchestra. ^ WCAP— Wuahington (409) 6:45—^Address. 7:00— to be annou n c e d . 7:2 0—Concert. DANIEL DWYER FAVORS PUYGROUNDS (Continued from page one) (390) Free F i e s s (517) (517) (286) 6-8— S tr in g q u a r tette. 8-12— OT'Phestra. en tertain e r s . W OR— J^ewark (405) 7:0 0— O rchestra. 9:15— S e r e n a d e s in s tr u m e n ta l sex­ tette. W JZ— ^New York (455) 6:0 0— O r c h e s tr a . 7:nn— TisVancial review . 7:10— T a lk. 7:30— B a n joist. 7:45— T a lk. 8:05— B a n joist. 8:45— D e m o c ratic talk . 9:00— P o p u la r songs. 9:3 0— Oi'ches+ra. W FA F — N e w Y o rk (492) 6:00— Rvnagogue cervices. 6:80— T ^ n o r. b a r ito n e . 7:00— F lutist. 7:1 5— C o n cert. 9:00— f^onr-ano. w ' I ' n i J a a c i p n i a (595) 5: .3 0 — O rnhe.ctra. 6:00— T a lk. — ^i^M ladelphia (395) 6:30— T a lk. 7:00— T r.lk. 7;i 5— O r’ t ’-T jct - . 9:00 --- Ippcjonc:, — raiiaclolplM a ' (509) 6:30— O rchestra. 7:1 5— C o n cert. 3*00— Orci^ectra. 9:03— K ecftal. id e a l stan d a r d s of sp o r t, honor, h o n ­ esty, pro p e r p r id e in victory, w ith chivalry fo r th e d e feated, contem p t of trick e r y , the und e r s tan d in g th a t one ca n n o t affo r d to w in in an y b a t ­ tle a t th e loss of self respect or th e j resp e c t of others— th e s e a r e th e stand i ard s of play w h ich becam e a p a r t of th e stan d a r d s of life of young people jw h e n they a r e im p lanted early in th e I h e a rts of b^o]/s and g irls by ath letic I ins^'mctorR w h o are born leaders of yo u th. T h u s it is really play le a d e r ' ship and supervision w h ich is the im ­ p o r ta n t issue, an d provision of th is com m u n ity necessity is th e spurpose of the playground and I'ecreation m e a ­ su r e upon w h ich we w ill vote a t th e com ing election. W o a r e n o t to be ask ed to spend largo sum s of m o n e y in p u r c h a s in g land an d equipm e n t, b u t ra t h e r , to spend a v e r y sm a ll sum in p r o v idin g th e direction w h ich w ill m a k e th e facilities we alread y h a v e 109 p e r cent, efficient. 'The question of la n d anrd equij^m ent we sh a ll h a v e to do th i s som e tim e is com m o n sense. A ll big cities w e re ' once sm a ll tow n s , an d m a n y sm a ller cities, ours am o n g th e m w e hope, w ill some d a y be am o n g th e biggest cities. N o w a d ays city p lanning is looking ah e a d for g e n e ratio n s One of th e big­ gest th in g s th a t every sm a ll city should do, is g u a r d in g fo r the fu tu r e is to provide an d develop sufficient p lay spaces, property supervised -and w ith adequate' lead e r s h ip, to g u a r d its children ag a in s t tlui tim e w h en they w ill be v a c a n t spaces only' for factories, tra f f i c an d call building.s. / PORI^ lERVIS, N, Y. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2 8 ,1924 TRIBUTE TO ^ legal education; soon attracted OF EDW. J* COIXJNS attention outside, his im m ediab con- (Continued from page one) • fines, and as a United States Commis­ sioner he achieved a large practice and wide reputation in the United our number who, during the yaar States courts. He was also impressed have been called to the Grand Licdge into the service of the people as pres- abovo is most commendable. jldent of the Newburgh City Council, a It is fitting that we arrest our a c - ' Position to which he was elected by , lev it ies to recall ^he characteristics the largest plurality ever acorded a and extol the virtues of those who, candidate for that office in the wisdom of providence, are no time. longer p e r m itted to p a r t icip a te in o u r B ro. Collins belonged to m a n y sb- gatherings. T h e friendships whTch cial an d fra t e r n a l o rganizations, b u j a r e form e d a b o u t th is circle a r e it w a s to th e O rder of E lks, he de­ stro n g , a n d it seem s exceedingly h a r ^ v o ted him s e lf m o st. A f ter h is retire- w h e n , in th e m id s t of a busy life, m e n t as E x a lted R u ler h e did n o t per- death strikes one w h o seem ingly h a d m i t his in t e r e s t in. h is hom e lodge lu a rig h t to expect to live fo r m a n y j cease or his efforts to relax, y e a rs to com e. j T h e r e a r e tw o m a te r i a l and endur- Such a one w a s o u r la te b r o th e r , ing evidences of his zeal an d thought- E d w a rd J. Collins, a p a s t E x a lte d fulness today in th e possession of tne R u ler of N e w b u rgh Lodge, No. 247, Lodge: The* huge bronze elk, w h ich who w as stricken in th e prim e of life | a d o r n s th e law n a t the fro n t of th e an d in th e fu ll vigor of ro b u s t m a n - j building, and the. b e a u tiful bronze hoed. Bi'o. Collin’s illness w a s brief. ■. m e m o rial ta b le t w h ich perpetuate.^ S tricken by p n e u m o n ia only on F r i- the nam e s of o u r d e p a rted brothers in day h e passed aw a y on the follow ing ou r lodge room . Both of these valu.- M onday, Ju n e 9. 1 able h e r itag e s to fu tu r e generation s A m a n of splendid ph y s ique and of E lks, w ere conceived in th e m ind constitution u n im p a ir e d , his su d d e n of Bfo. Collins aiid .m a d e a reality by tak in g aw a y w a s a profo u n d s?iock | h is efforts. n o t only to h is relativ e s an d close j in co u n tless w a y s w ere h is 'i n t e r e s t friends, b u t to th e com m u n ity in gen- in an d love fo r the O r d e r exem p lified eral. * by his w o rks. A t th e tim e of his B o rn in the city o f P o r t Jervis, I d e a th 'he w a s serving as a T r u s tee of O range County, in .1876, “E d ” in- th e Lodge. . ' herited th e stu r d y ra c i a l tra i t s an d j in addition to a splendid m e n tality , , s terlin g qualities of his paren ts, the possession of w h ich w a s conceded M a ry R e a r d o n Collins. | b y all w h o knew him , Bro Collins I H e atten d e d th e p u b lic schools of P o r t possessed a t tr ib u t e s w h ich jnade him ■ ^ I Jervis an d a f t e r g r a d u a t in g fro m th e a positive a n d beneficent force am o n g is one w h ich we can face latte?, w h e n w e have fu utlized o u r present facilities. .^ ^ ^ ^ |H i g h School in 1893 w ith honors, en- his associates. tered C o rnell U n iversity. H is per- jsonality even in those im m a ture days a t tr a c t e d people to him , and he b e ­ cam e pro m in e n t in th e social an d a t h ­ letic life of th e university. D u r in g th e su m m e r v a c a tions he studied law in th e office of th e lare S u rrogate O. P. H o w ell. F o llow ing his g r a d u a tion fro m Cornell U n iversity he cam e to N e w b u rgh an d entered th e office of H o n . A. H. F. Seeger, then a p r o m in e n t law y e r, now a J u s ­ tice of the Suprem e C o u rt. B ro. C o llins w a s ad m itted to th e b a r in 1900 a n d rem a in e d associated A m o n g th e s e tra i t s w a s a g r e a t m a g n a n im ity . H e seem ed ab le to forget and forgive everything except m e a n n e s s an d litteness^of soul. B u t even fo r such he in v a r iab l y ex­ h ibited to to l e r a n t charity. . • F r ien d s h ip w a s to 'h i m a sacred thing, to be cherished an d h o t to bo lig h tly fo r f e ited. In fact, I never knew him to be severe except when dealing with a fakir or a hypocrite With his keen insight into the in­ tricacies of human\ conduct he 'was never decei\'ed by them, and with re­ markable accuracy he could detect ^ their purpose and expose their in­ sincerity. His wit and h u m o r w ere spontane­ ous and Keen as a rapier. The en- jm itites which might be created by up to hia of CP6ech never deterred him when plain talk seemed necessary He looked upon such experiences os temporary incidents arid kept true to the spirit that vvas within him. Ho\ was willing at all times to pay the price of his popularity whenever he felf th e justice of his cause. . W e pay trib u te to his m e m o ry be­ cause w e ^ a p p r e c iated and loved him , We rem e m b e r him because he w as in ­ tensely h u m a n , b ig -b r a in e d , big h e a r t ed. W e rem e m b e r him because he fu l­ filled an d represented th e v e ry clear an d definite ideal w h ich th e A m e rican people accep t as the best expression in h u m a n fo r m of A m e r ican m a n ­ hood. In th is brief m a n n e r I have su m ­ m a rized th e ch a r a c te r istic s of o u r de­ ceased b r o th e r as I saw him and u n ­ derstood him . H is associates lost a good frien d an d com p a n ion, th e O r­ der, a valuable m e m b e r , w h e n Ed. •Collins died. O u r consolation rn u s t be th a t we m e n w h o . knew him are better men, th e E lk s a b e tter O rder, his com m u n ity a b e tter place, because h e lived. . . T h e tem p les of o u r fra t e r n i t y w ill be b u t a j vain vestiges of a vanished fa i t h if th e ir a l t a r fires are no t k e p t h u r n in g by th e m e m o ry of tho s e -who have served it faith f u lly an d passed on to 1 h eir rew a rd . O u r b r o th e r is no longer w ith u s in th e flesh, b u t his good deeds an d •kindly sp irit abide w itli us an d 'will endure a s long as. “th e s t a r of F i­ delity continues to b u r n .’ t ' w'U'zvi!.-—t-itvsturgiii (462) •?n— .dn-rio-hine girl. 6:,4 5— S n ecial. 7:3 0— cf>. 1 — ^ntrsD u rffii (320) 6:15— K inderiyarten circle. 7; 00— v e n tu r e . 7:15— T a lk. 7:80— '=o-ring nnartp t, soprano. W J A R — ^Providence (360) 7:30— '■Program Now T o ’^k studio. WR-y— «?T>i4ngfleld (837) 3 0— Bedtim e . h u t no room fo r sm a ll boys an d gb'is j to play. _ ^ j he opened an office, a n d soon bu ilt up ! “B u t th e issue w h ich we m u s t face ! j^ ^ r a tlve p r a c tice of his own. | today is for provision of a definite | ^ l recreatio n p r o g r a m aim e d 'to build j N e w b u r g h — th e em b o d im e n t, “sound m inds in sound bodies” utlhs- ] physical strength, ebullient w ith th e vigor, energy an d un d a u n ted de- } PALACE THEATR in g such p lay g r o u n d s , sclioolgrounds park s an d open spaces as we alreaa^^ have. T h a t w e shuold h a v e such a program an d we can secure it by a p ­ provin g th e m e a s u re w h ich is now up for o u r consideration, is in m y op­ inion ju s t as im p o r ta n t for P o r t J e r ­ vis as everyone ad m its it is im p o r ta n t to th e w e lf a r e of such b igg e r centers as C h icago an d N e w Y o rk.’ '* te r m in a tio n of youth. In his d iscern­ m e n t, his m e a s u r e of m e n his h a tr e d of sham an d hypocrisy his love of and faith In th e com m o n peoplO. lllS d6- honair deportm e n t, an d in h is h ighly developed sense of th e h u m o r w h ich s.ave-s, he h a d few equals. T h e se qualities, com b ined w ith a keen m ind and a splendid academ ic i‘■ •‘F a d d y T h e N e x t Best T h in g ’’ an d “T h e S h riek o f A rab y TonighL T h e r e is not a dull m o m e n t in M ae M a r s h ’s latest p h o to p lay “P a d d y th e N e x t B e s t T h ing” w h ich w ill be show n fo r th e la s t tim e to n ig h t a t the N ew T h e a tre. There is ro m a n c e an d th e r e is ad v e n tu r e ; th e r e is action ap len ty th a t is sw ift an d darin g ; th e r e are com e d y scenes th a t m a k e you chuckle a n d oth e r s th a t b r in g , r in g in g la u g h ­ ter. T h e re ig p a th o s th a t b r in g s clean te.ars. -v^-hich q u ickly are dashed aw a y b y lig h tly am u s in g en tertain m e n t. A n d w ith th i s M ae M a r s h presen ts a p o r tr a y a l of P a d d y Adaii* th a t h a s been classed as h e r g r e a t e s t c h a r a c te r ization, as being the h ig h e s t a t t a i n ­ ment Of h e r artistry . One of th e fin ­ est exam p les o f d e lig h tf u l comedy, clean and ex h iliratin g , th a t h a s com e fro m th e studio of an y m o tion pic- j tu r » p r o d u c e r is “T h e S h riek of A ra­ by,” s t a r r i n g B en T u rp in and K a th e r - M\’'^nive. w h ich is aF o on pro- , g r a m . 892— c o u n t ’em — 892 laughs | w ith T u r p in as a ro m a n tic lover in th i s u p r o a r io u s ly fup p y M a c k Sen- n e t t burlesoue com e d v of “T h e S h r iek N o t a dull m o m e n t in all the five reels of this g r e a t e s t fim film . F ive thniTc-.a-nrl feet of joynusness th a t w ill kill all th e gloom germ s in an y sized fam ily. “B a r n y a rd O lym p ics” an A e­ sop F ilm F a b le is aF o on prog ram . Your local merchants must you faithfully and well serve *‘The Bay of Than “The Miracle Man.” A stirrin g , gripping rom ,ance of th e .‘=Treen h a s been made fro m A r th ­ u r Somer.q B o c h e ’s pow e rful story of h u m a n ity . “T h e D a y of F a it h ,” w'hicli w ill be the fe a t u r e picture e x t r a o r ­ d in a r y show n a t th e New T h e a tr e 'W ednesday an d T h u r s d a y m a tinee and evenin.g. P r o d u c e d by Tod ■ B row n ing ■with a n all featu r e d cast w h ich inclii- | dfis E F a u o r B o rdm a n , F o r d Sterling. R a y G r iffith , T y rone P o w e rs, 'W al­ lace M a c D o n a ld, it is th e rnr,«t . g ripp- ire- p ic tu r e on the. s c reen today. Story of re a l life, w ith its good, things and bad. T h e salons of b r il lia n t socie­ ty, th e hovels of a city’s u n d e rw o rld, th e high place an d the low a r e p i c t u r ­ ed h e r e . And above th e tu rm o il of m o d e rn life a. m e ssage of fa i t h an d k in d n e s s is h e a rd . H e r e is tru l y a g r e a t film . I n addition to th e above th e program includes a two reel Har­ ry L a n g d o n Comedy. “H is New Mam­ ma” an d “B a th e N ew s 35? show ing the w o rld before your eyes. flteel wheels; for motor vehicles. In­ cluding rims, sipokes, hubs, arid brake druiKi, grei drop forged In ,one n procM ^ developed f Their continued prosperity depends upon your continued satisfaction In the course of a year you make many, many purchases. And in each instance you buy from one of two classes. You buy from merchants permanently located in this community or you buy from firms out of towm. One thing is certain. If you buy from your local merchants, you buy safely and securely. The outside merchant or manufacturer may be just as honest as your local merchant* Just as eager to serve you well. But—^your local merchant is right here in town, every day in the year. The outside merchant or manufacturer may be thousands of miles away. Errors will happen. Mistakes will occur. Exchanges and adjust­ ments must sometimes be made. In such cases, your local merchant is at hand. But hovv^ sure can you be that a man a thousand miles away will give your case the careful attention it deserves? Your local merchants must serve you Vv^elh Tlieir business depends upon your satisfaction. And remember, this company is one of your local merchants. We sell gas and electricity; we sell gas appliances and electric appli­ ances. And we are, as eager to serve you well as any of your other local 'merchants, ‘ Telephone 128 . ORANGE COUNTY niBXIC SERVICE COSPOMTION •• > •TODAY FOX EDUCATIOMAL TWO REEL TELEPHONE GIRLS Matinee 2:30 Adults 25c; Childre n20c EveEing 7:30-11 Adults 25c; Children 20c „■ W E B ipPAY A FOX SUPER SPECIAL TffiMEEDOM” . v;-; ■ FEATilRlNG FAY C0MPSON . ,V X--'. v ’ -'--5 V . •• ' f- ' Taken from the of’; the year. Can a^ynmnn-win, freedom and disregard . her honie duties. \ Don’t ;jYiiss this picture— is worth your while. Matinee 2:30 E v e ^ i^ 7 £ |Q - n ir n m m vAdqlb 25c, Cl^dren 2Qc Adidto 25c, Cbilcbm 20e

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