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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1928.
11 FlYNNWINS A VOTE BUT NUGENT STILL AIMS T QBGSSBRQNX Deadlock Said to Be Broken by Shift of Buckley to Sheriff's Side. Sheriff Edward J. Flynn Of Bt-onX County unnounced to-day that he has secured tho pledge of an additional Yoto In the Executive Committee and that ho will bo named tht leader of the Tammany orfrantiatlon in tho Bronx to succeed tho late Arthur Murphy at a special meeting of tho Committee which Is to" be held (his p v e n I n c . Plynn'a announcement caused a stir In Tammany circles, vrhlch have been considerably agitated' by a deadlock In the committee, which I appeared to be equally divided between j support of Sheriff Flynn and Stephen Nugent. J On a compromise arrangement three -men have been sliming the leader hlp Sheriff Klynn, Nugent and Un der Sheriff Thomas O'N'elll. Mayor Hylan last week appointed Nugent Tax Commissioner, an office made Vacant by the death of Arthur Mur phy, and It was assumed that this was a notice to the organisation that Nugent was the -"white-haired boy" with Mayor Hylan and Tammany Leader Charles P. Murphy. Nugent appears to think so himself. When told of Flynn's boast that lie had broken the deadlock and would be chosen leader, he said he wasn't an sure about It. A't-nnyratev he old, Flynn vM-Iwvve a -light-on-hls hands. ... It ts'runiored that-District Attorney t;icnnon and Borough President JJruekner, supporters--of Flrtm, have InffQceer' Alderman Claries Buckley,' a fttetntwr or tho .Executive. Committee, i to shift his support to Flynn from I Nugent. Mr. Flynn said ho Is sure :.of the votes of five committeemen. ! Horctpforp he has had but four. LAWYERS CALL STRIKE FDR BETTER CONDITIONS UDINR. Italy. May It. A lawyers' strike started hero to-day. An assembly of .loeal attorneys met to consider the unsatisfactory stats of 'flairs In the Judicial' offlces ahd pro claimed a city-wide strike -until these are Improved. No Ieara.1 business will t transacted. v. KOrmer Minister' Qlrardlnl Presided -over the nsscmbly,.., . -5. ' ' STALLED RUM TRUCK SEIZED WITH 4 MEN Yields 730 Gallons of Pure ,Aldphol Touring Car Also Taken. Patrolman Thomas Scollln of the West 177th Street Station came upon a five ton canvas, .covered motor truck at Broadway and 204th Street early this morning. Two men were trying to start the engine' and two others were In a touring tar In the rear. Scollln lifted a corner of the canvas and saw many wooden cases: He telephoned to the station for help. 'Ttyo patrolmen arrived on motor. cycle.,;1 In the (peontlmo , Scollln had lined up the two In the touring car and these at work on- the- truck's engine. Search of the truc . revealed the fol lowing bootleg material I' Cases containing about. ,760 gallons of pure' alcohol, a corking machine, thou sands of spurious labels and revenue certificates, bales of corks and coloring fluids. The four men and the vehicles rm taken to the station. The two with tho truck were Moe Postman. No. 20 or- chard Street, and Charles Schneider, No. lit Suffolk Street. Thoso In tho todrlng car were Joseph Belter, No. 216 uncrry street, and Anthony Mancuil, No. 70 Oliver Street. All were charged with violation of the Mullen-Qage act THEY CAN'T, SAYS SHINE. While He Hmrm It Police Stitr the Last f Ilia Baose. The last of Timothy Shlno'H slock M liquor, valued at ISO, 000, was seized last night When police with a search War rant confiscated 15.000 worth nf llntinr hotwlthstandlrig Justice Delehanty's de cision several days. ngo. vacating a searcn warrant on Which 525,000 worth had been selted In a raid on Shine's place. No. 428 Seventh Avenue, during April. Hundreds watched the sally I st night, but Shine was not arrested. Tho raid was made by West SOth Street police and Shine stood by with a copy of the Law Journal In his hand, In which ap peared the decision by. Justice Ueie- namy uecianns me nrst raid and soli ure Illegal. His only Comment was that he would see his lawyers about It. The many make the household, Only Mother makes the home. James Russell Lowell So it's very likely that Mother's Day won't be very different to her from all the others she spends, busy at those "little unremembcred acts" that only mothers can do. . But'Nvhether she's young y j and ever gathering up those scattered toys, or old and poring over your letter home, . there'll be a gladder smile on her face when you've remembered IlerD&y with Happiness Candy. Happy Thtufht for Today : -LADY CHARMING $1 PA CHOCOLATES ' l.DUlb. United Happiness Candy Stores There's one on your way home Ml Over 50 Markets In Manhattan and Bronx BONELESS BACON Stall or 9e?t Wfeele Strip, lb. . Ot L. OPPENHEIMER as rfasae Bwk far LaeaUsas. CLAIMS DEVICE ENABLES PLANE TO RISE 50,000 FEET. ATLANTIC CITY. N. J May 11. An Invention which, It-Is claimed, will make nn.athin nn nlrnlann -hacendlne- sn.nito 60.000 feet has been patented hero and . - . I... Wt If 1 J .. in ureal jjruuiii hjt jiuhuiub vnn Gessel 6t The Hague for D. E. BOorner, an inventor, also of Holland. Van Qessel, who Is at the Ambassa dor, said to-day this height Is made bosslble by an adjustable propeller and that a special contrivance permits tho driver to breathe with case so far above the earth. "The, Invention will revolutionise air- planing," said Mr. van , OtSStU "for during wartime plants will be able to Hn wnrL- .Knva Mia wntor that sub marines ply under, and during peace . .. .f. . . : .... . .... . . limes it will be possioio 10 hj- uum ICiiElnnd to New York In lets than Otio day." Mr. van Gessel Is here In nn effort to sell tho patent to the Government. Patent Leather Sandal with turn tote and IV inch tor. end heel. $g.45 In Patent Leather with turn lole and lVi inch eorered heel. 1.25 The little things ! do count! i A new touch here, a. different; curve there,' in each example of CAMMEYER footwear always! And yet, just as cer tainly are to be found the built-in quality and moderate price: which, united, mean undeniable value. Pure $ilk&Lisle Sport Hose Full Fashioned In all the popular tweed shades ' $1 .65 PureThread' SilkHose Full Sashioned In Black, White, Brown or Gray of all shades end other . colors as well $1 .65 In Patent Leather with Gray Kid back. 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