Pettit, Skidmore Postmaster Successor 1928
LORENZO BROWN NAMED POSTMASTER OF JAMAICA' Lorenzo D. Brown of Queens Village, one-time Republican leader of the 4th A. D., was notified yesterday of his appointment by President Coolidge as Postmaster at Jamaica, to succeed the late Skidmore Pettit Jr., who died recently. Brown was superintendent of mails in the Jamaica office at the time of Pett.it.'s ripotb nnri u'ac 1nmaintal appointed acting postmaster. He has wren in uic pustai employ ior a number of years.