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The Long Island traveler, Mattituck watchman. (Southold, N.Y.) 1940-1975, November 07, 1940, Image 8

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PAGE BIGHT CLASSIFIED ADS Y (H « GUIDE TO EOmOMY BUY AND SELL HERE- CENTS MINIMUM — 10 CENTS PER LINE FOR SALI B U L B S for Spring blooming ready now. Narcissus and Daffodils, Tulips, Madonna Lilies, Regal Lilies, Iris, Pe> onles, etc. Prices reasonable. Ralph W. Sterling, Cutchogue. MOVIE CAMERAS, Kodaks, Photo­ graphic Supplies. See the new N atural Color Fihn at DORMAND CAMKRA SHOP, 153 G rilling Ave., Riverhead. tf FIRBPLACE and Stove Wood. |6 per cord delivered. Russell D. 'nithlll, New Suffolk Ave., MSttituck. Phone 8360. FOR SALE}—Drag U ne and Stump Pulling Rig mounted on 3 ton truck. Cheap. RusseU D. Tuthlll, New Suffolk Ave., Mattltuck. Phone «360. O O H ! THAT REMINDS ME We’lI get our new Florence Right N o w ! |You CM soap your fingers at cold saapi iWhen a Florence Oil Heater it pouring VU its warmth into your iicime! TTils aMdem Csbinet Heater is top choice feff foonu where no chimney outlet i$ available. Its powerful widdeis MM bumets give aa ImcMC^ clean heat aad N^iift no ioe cooMctioa. Jt CooM ia todarood ieam how ettMr h ta M own this heater or any Mhw FOR SALE 1—0 . E. Washer 1—Easy Washer 1—Florence 3-Bumer Stove 1—Perfecti<m 3-Bumer Stove 1—Quaker Heating stove 1—Olenwood Range at MULFORD'S — Oreenport 414 CHRTSANTHEMUMS—Extra Large Standard Blooms and Pom-poms. Order a bouquet for Anniversary, Birthday or Sick Room. Delivered any­ where a t reasonable prices. Call or Phone. Tel. Peconlc 6766 RALPH W. STBRUNO Sterling Lane CatchogM, L. I. FOR SALE: Cord wood cut 12 and 15 inches in length for stove, fu r­ nace, or fireplace. $5.00 or $8.00 per load. H. Jacobi. Tel. Southold 3820. FOR SALE: A racing car. A1 Mas­ ters, M attituck, L. I. AUTOS V A I L B B 0 8 . USED OARS THAT MAKE FRONDS AU Speedometer MUeagea Left Intaet 90 Day or 3,000 Mile W ritten Ooaianty Phone Peconlc 6774 USED CAR CLEAN VP SALE 1937 PONTIAC 8 Black 2 Door Touring Sedan ....................$450 1939-61 BUICK Sedan, Black....$775 1937 PACKARD 6 Blue 4 Door Touring Sedan, Radio, Heater ............................... $475 1935 CHE^mOLET Black 4 Door Touring Sedan ................. $250 L o s t LOST: Gold watch chain w ith small white elephant insigna attached. Between the Southold School and Hobart Road. Finder please return to Robert Krankowski, Southold, Long Island. MISCELLANEOUS RADIO SERVICE LEHR’S RADIO SERVICE-Good and dependable radio repairing. Reason­ able. Leave radio or call Hoyt Palmer, Jr., Southold 3412. utfn OLD AND DISABLED HORSES and Cows removed w ithout charge. $5.00 removal charge on dead Horses and Cows. RAYMOND H. NUGENT. R iv- erhead. Phone Riverhead 2392. tt VafieNowl Salj $ 2 9 - « NEW SUFFOLK M R S . C. B I L L A R D Mr. and Mrs. Danlal Lane and M ». Herbert Horton have ckiaed their bona here and have gboe to BtaMktjna tar the winter. Hr. and M|n, yenum JaeOba and m b spent iunday with Itt. and u n . Trltr of Amaganfrtt. Mrs. WUUam Cooper entertalnad on Sunday, Mr. and IA«. Donald Baa* teook, Mbrs. Jobn Carden and IASS Lucy BanlU, of Brooklyn. MM. Lucy Woodroui^ and Mra AUea fihfUmmn have doted their hone « i the bay apd wUl apend the winter in Mveriiead. The aimttal raU call ol th« Amerio«i Red Croat wlU start AxmUtiee Day to eontiue until November 80th. Every man, woman and ehlld ahomd help in ttito a n ^ to the American pMpte to sustain the Red Com aettvitlM. There is no othw single civilian agency more importent. Workers wiD call at your homes. Please be pctpaiad to iuOp with your donation and namberlhip. Mrs. Albert Young, of Delhi, N. T., was a recent guest of her sister, Mta. Howard O. TuthiU. Mr. and Mrs. Howard O. Tuthill en­ tertained at luncheon, Mrs. Bryant Conklin of Mattituck. Mrs. Jobn Pei- letreau, Mr. and Mrs. Jtflm T. Tuthill and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johanknecht of Patchogue. TH E LONG ISLAND TRAVELER • MATTITUCK WATCHMAN G. O. P. Candidates Given Majorities In Town Voting ROTHMAN*S Department Store Notionolly Known Merchondiae Tel. 3770 SOUTHOLD, N. Y. (Continued from Page 1) REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS *Hall Parah Edelberg (\ ) (D) (A L ) 2 .... 280 72 3 .... 149 48 B 4 .... 283 12? H 5 .... 292 98 10 6 .... 301 180 20 7 .... 337 247 81 8 .... 244 107 13 9 .... 406 117 11 10 .... 256 176 8 11 .... 334 189 16 12 .... 313 132 12 13 .... 403 206 22 STATE SENATOR ’Thompson Emmett Falee (R) (D) (A L ) 2 .... 281 73 7 3 .... 154 46 5 4 .... 279 131 8 5 .... 285 106 10 6 .... 304 182 18 7 .... 329 251 21 8 .... 245 108 8 9 .... 405 118 10 10 .... 257 173 8 11 .... 336 190 16 12 .... 305 138 12 13 .... 401 210 20 MEMBER OP ASSEMBLY *Lupton Prancals Bottorff (R) (O) (A L ) 2 .... 278 70 13 3 .... 151 45 5 4 .... 285 125 8 5 .... 286 110 10 6 .... 285 195 19 7 .... 330 248 21 8 .... 228 125 10 9 .... 373 145 11 10 .... 240 184 8 11 .... 320 206 17 12 .... 307 136 10 1 3 403 209 19 SHERIPF *Dreyer Levy Christensen (« ) (D) (A L ) 2 .... 271 80 7 3 .... 141 53 5 4 .... 278 127 8 5 .... 272 117 14 6 .... 287 191 20 7 .... 321 262 19 8 .... 233 121 8 9 .... 378 148 10 10 .... 240 191 9 11 .... 295 226 15 12 .... 271 169 11 13 .... 254 248 22 COUNTY TREASURER Terry McLaughlin Armer (R) (D) (A L) 2 .... 280 76 5 3 .... 152 46 S 4 .... 282 129 7 5 .... 281 110 11 6 .... 298 188 18 7 .... 325 255 20 8 .... 288 114 8 9 .... 898 130 11 10 .... 248 174 7 11 .... 327 200 17 12 .... 294 148 18 .... 888 - ------ 18 friB tm C T ATTORNEY *M under Cokalan Cohalan (R) (D) (A L) 2 .... 280 74 8 8 .... 151 47 5 4 .... 293 122 8 5 .... 988 113 11 8 .... 2M 183 18 7 .... 841 240 20 8 248 110 7 8 .... 405 127 10 10 .... 258 175 7 11 .... 385 189 18 12 .... 308 138 12 18 .... 393 218 19 * incumbent Southold Town Adopts Budget For 1940-1941 • IL M T O P •. The Ideal home for elderly people, alek or well Trained nurse in charge Rates $12 per Week and up Telephone Mattituck 8885 for MRS. COX CHRISTMS CARDS “Bowl for Your Health\ 4 of Best AUeys on East End of L L Open /or Clubt, Pariiet, or Team Play Recreation Center JULIUS SCHIAVONI 310 Front St. Tel. 695 GREENPORT NOV. 13 7:30 Phil*g Tav«rn vi. L. I. Produce ft F«rtilisfr Compmy. 9:00 Old Town PUiytrt vg. Btnny’g Tavtrn. NOV. U 7:30 Southold Yacht Club vg. PcMtal Dqitirtmmit. 9:00 VaU Brothan V8. PoUab Trio. IMPRINTfD WITH KOUlt NAME (Continued from Page 1) Highway Bond and Interest on same, $5,702., Public Libraries, $7,500., and net operating expense of the Town after subtracUng Bstimated Receipts, 532,118, ddiool Districts |how a slight in­ crease for the coming year. Hiey ex­ pended $373,176.35 over the Town this yeer. Por the coming tax year, they require $276,152il6. The Town Fire Districts esqiended last year the sum of $37,673. This year they wiU expend $35,959.06, a slight decrease. There is little change in the cost of Lighting Districts. Summing up, the enth'e Budget is much less this year than It was last year. There is little or no change in Town items. The main decrease is a lowering of the County rate, which was unusually high last year on ac­ count of the fact that the County had to repay too large an amount of bor­ rowings. D lls year the Finance Com­ mittee has been able to make better arrangements. H ie total budget for JSouthold Town last year was $753358.12. The Budget for the Comhig year is $695,366.39. H ie Total payable to the County Treasurer is $315,898.66. The total for the Town is $479,467.83. Rates for the Town follow: PIRX! DISTRICTS . Minerva P. Billard - Tax Vatastion Rate Raised Orient ....... $1,323,700 JS24 $ 2,965.09 East Marlon 814,450 .12 977.34 Fishers Island 3,364,450 .218 7,334.50 Southold ... 4,831,770 .287 13,867.18 Cutehogue .. 3,827,805 .146 5,296.60 Mattituck ... 3,832,175 .144 5,518.35 LIGHT Tax Valwition Rate Raised Orient ......... 941,550 .13 1,224.02 East Marion 814,450 .15 1,221.68 Southold __ 1,578,875 .141 2,226.21 Peconlc ....... 601,250 .275 1,653.44 Cutchogue .. 1,470,860 .18 2,647.55 Mattituck #11,735,275 .197 3,418.49 Mattituck #2 419,625 .138 ' 579.08 Fishers Island 063,550 .17 1,638.04 Orient Mosquito ... 1,398,000 .00 1,259.10 PA 1 « DISTOICTS Southold .... 3,103,635 .127 3,941.60 Mattituck ... 3,833,175 none none SCHOOL DISTRICTS ValaatloB Rate Budtet a Orient $1,333,700 .75 $ 9,027.75 3 East Marion M4.40O 4 Fidiers lUaad .705 8,766.31 8,164,450 M 33,071.61 SSouthoU $.109,635 1.45 45.003M 6 •lt.455 .45 S.5aSJ3 TVMoalo 91f,9QQlJS9 13^13.33 I Outchoguf M 5,53437 • Mattituck i m j M 53,38440 10 Oreenport 4,551,013 IM 5 5 ^ 5 5 U U u id o m jTO MU 5,303.34 U CutehofiM 1.945,650 1.355 15.105J5 14 Mattituck 767,660 J9TI 7.455M 15 New Suffolk IM.4M1JQ5 7,133.06 Mrs. M inerva Pettiner Billard, who died October 25, in her 92d year, at East Islip in the home of her youngest son, Ernest N. Billard, was for many years a resident of Cutchogue and Southold, and had been long known and loved by many East End people. She was born in New York City January 3, 1849, the daughter of William Henry Pettiner and his wife Jane Eldredge. On her 18th birth­ day she m arried Isaac Henry Billard of Cutchogue, who died nearly forty years ago. Of this union were bom four sons and four daughters, of whom all but the eldest son, H arry Youngs, are living. The other children are: Sarah Annis (Mrs. H. Robinson Shipherd), Leavenworth, Kan.; Wil­ liam Pettiner, Fresno, Calif.; Isaac Goldsmith, Far Rockaway; Elizabeth (Mrs. William N. Hackland), South Orange; Cora Prudence (Mrs. Rob­ ert P. Sibley), Ithaca, N. Y. Mrs. Billard rejoiced In 14 grand­ children, and 8 great-grandchil­ dren. Of the grandchildren 12 are living, and 11 are grandsons — six of whom were their beloved grandm other’s pallbearers. The 14 grandchildren are these; Son of Harry, Gordon Youngs (Brooklyn); sons of Isaac, Milton, Par Rockaway, Ellsworth, New Ro­ chelle, Donald, Wilmington, N. C.; son of Elizabeth, Norman K. Hack­ land, South Orange; children of Ern­ est, David, Esther, Frederick, Albert, Helen (deceased), Albert, Curtis; sons of Cora, Parker Wickham (de­ ceased), John Wickham, Cutchogue, Henry Wickham, Glen Head. Nine of the 12 grandsons have m arried and 6 of them are fathers of the 8 great-grandchildren. All but one of Mrs. Hillard’s liv­ ing children were able to attend her funeral at East Islip and her burial in the family plot a t Cutchogue. She was a member of the Cutchogue Presbyterian Church; and its m inis­ ter, the Rev. Frederick G. Beebe, conducted the burial service. All but one of the living grandchildren were present; and all b u t two of those who had m arried into this distinguished East End Family were able to come to show their love of its sweet and noble-spirited head. Large numbers of Mrs. Billard’s friend came from far and near to add their tributes of affection. Their floral gifts made the Cutchogue Cemetery blaze w ith beauty. In her later years Mrs. Billard lost some of her powers of hearing and sight; but she never lost her alertness of mind, or her keen in­ terest in the human lives about her, or her bright courage for living, or her sure faith in her Master. The last night of her life, her children heard her singing to herself aU the stanzas of “Jesus, Lover o l My Soul.*’ The sweet influences of her life and her character will n a w r die. H. R. S. Almon G. Ratquin (Continued from Page 1) When he was a boy. his family nun- mered at nanders, near Rtverhead, where Mr. Rasquin eventuaUy made his nermMient hom6« AcUve in veterans’ work, he was for­ mer state adjutant of the American Legion, Suffolk county Legion com­ mander and commander of Riverhead post, A. L. Besides his wife, Mrs. Bessie Rasquin, he leaves a son, Wllltam Rasquin, and two daughters Miss Katherine Rasquin and Mrs. JMarjorie Echeverria. Funeral services were heU on Tues­ day evening in TuthUl’s Funeral Parlor at Riverhead and interment was in the Flushinig Cemetery on Wed­ nesday morning. Monday afternoon the business of the Surrogate’s Court and the County Court was suspended ht honor of the deceased official, while pr<Hninent members of the bench and bar deliv­ ered addresses in his praise. Surrogate Richard W. Hawkins spcdce feelingly of the character of Mr. Rasquin and voiced the community’s sense of loss at his death. He was followed by Oeorge W. Percy and Franklin Voelker, respectively president and vice president of the Suffolk County Bar Association, of which Mr. Raiquin was a netnber. Judge L. Barron Hill presided and spoke at the services in the County Court. McCABE’S CENTRAL STORE 12-14 MAIN STREET RivorhMd, N. Y. MELROSE 1. BOOTH Intarancf' Maia S t Southold. N. V Pbont 3403 WUU A Ertatet (Continued from Page 1) the Ute Bdtth U W«Ua ol Rtveriiead who died October 28, la the petttion for letten of adminlstiation in the es­ tate. H ie value at the peraooal praper- ^ — there was no realty — It l^ven as $600. n ie ie ia also another dlstri* iMitM. Olaxa W. HcweU, a aecond sls> ter, who lives in Rlveriiead. Reporta in the eatatea of two w ^ . Mioim reaidenta of Oreenport were submitted to Surrogate Riciiard W. Hvwklns at Riveriiead thla week by the state transfer tax nppralser. Ttie schedules filed in the estate of Katherine E. Hassett of Oreenport show th a t she left pnqnarty valued a t ^,486.28 gross and $33,792.28 net. H ie tax WiU be 87.93. H ie entire net estate will go in equal parta to Agnes Magoey and Margaret M. and Hwmas Hassett, all residents of Oreenport. SVedertck Locker, late member of the Oreenport village board of trustees, had property valued a t $6,804.13 gross and $6,394.23 net, according to the ap­ praiser’s report. Mr. Locker died with­ out making a will and his estate will be divided equally among two daugh­ ters and a son. Tliey are May K. Oraber and Frederick J. Locker of Oreenport and Charlotte T. Lindsay of Riveihead. Mr. Locker also had a life insurance policy for $1,000—-this not teing in eluded in the appraisal figures—with Mrs. Oraber named as beneficiary. Schedules filed in the estate of Mrs. Sarah Corwin who died several weeks ago,at an advanced age in her Aque- bogue home show that she left real and personal property valued at $12,316.06 gross and $11,819.06 net. The decedent’s will distributes her net estate as follows; Aquebogue Cem­ etery, $100 for upkeep of plot; F. Aug* usta Tuthill, Aquebo^e, two-acre tract of land on Route 35 a t Aquebogue, $600 note and personal effecte; Harry P. Corwin, son, Aquebogue, tract of wood­ land on Poor Lane, Aquebogue; Am­ brose D. Cwwin, son, Brooklyn, the testatrix’s residence property; remain­ der to be divided equally between Harry F. Corwin and F. Augusta Tuthill. CHAS. PRICE Oaaoral M mon C omimc I ov ■A V AVINUI MATTITUCK Im m d in g IT THIS LOW PRICE Q em Une B I G E L O W AXMINSTERS All New SlYles-Every Riig Perfect Such siylel Such beautyi And priced so low! Com e tom o rrow and see therse bra]^;jiiQ«w Bigelow-Saniord axminsters; in o u t w idoi|tln#4‘ of flattering d esigns-M o d em , T exlured, Hooked. Self-Color Leal, Persian, Sarouk and CHIflRim. Your choice of Blue, Red, Burgundy, Rust, BroMnti:^' G ray a n d Green. Louis Jaeger & Son Department Store f«ONT ST., GRKNPORt EAPLAN’S m a r k e t 407 Kaplan Ave. Tel. 304 Greenport, L.1. S f ^ c i f t l s f o r F r i d a y f t S a t a r d a y , N o v . 8 a a d 9 FRESH L. I. DUCKS Lb. 17c FANCY FOWL 25c TURKEYS (15 lb. avff.) 25c Loins 19c Hams 19c FRESH CITY PORK Shoulders 17c Pork Butts 23c Spare Ribs 17c NEW SAUERKRAUT 3 lbs. for 20c RUMP CORNED BEEF (Boneless) 33c LEG OF SPRING LAMB 25c CHUCK OF LAMB (whole) 17c SMOKED SHOULDERS 17c Pure Pork Sausage (Link or Homemade) 29c Don*t Overlook our FruHe and Vegetables Complete Line Available ai All Time* 1 H E Y W O U L D R E A D Y O U R A D T O O . IF IT A P P E A R E D H E R E

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