' I ' H E O f X lT C S u n r i s e T r a i l ONE HUNDRED AND ELEVENTH YEAR MATTITUCK, N. Y.Thur.day, April 30, 1936 SUBSCRIPTION $2 A YEAR HIGHWAY DEPT. BLDG. ALMOST COMPLETED W ork is going on radiply on the ! new hig'hway departm e n t building on ^ the Peconic Lane. According' to Sup- j erintendent of Highways Harold : rtice, it will soon be ready for oc- ! cupancy. The police are to have desk- j room in the office portion of the buil ding, and it will always be possible to get an officer quickly by calling tk a t place. When the place is ready ^ the police telephone will be Peconic 22. I Department Co-operation Recover Stolen Typewriters and Motors LICENSE BLANKS BEING MAILED NEXT WEEK FLA. GIRL ENGAGED TO MARTIN T. WALTERS $25. For Tent Caterpillar Reward Mattituck Bank to Give Prizes To Boys Best Results News reach(^d M attituck last week of the announcem ent by Mr. and Mrs. John F. W a lters of Monticello, Florida of the engagem ent of their son, M artin T. W alters to Miss Edna Sheridan of Clearwater, Fla. Mar tin is pleasantly rem embered by m a ny M attituckians having spent part of his boyhood here while his m o ther GREENPORT & PATCHOGUE MEN IN JAIL NOW Trip To City By Officers Re»covers Merchandise From Middleman The theft of 10 typewriters from the M attituck school seemed such an easy job that it ic^d the same thieves to return I'or anoth 3 r picking. They broke into John Klejn’s garage on was kindergarten teachRr in the Mat- the corner of Bay Ave. and State Mr. P. R. Tuthill president of the M attituck National Bank and Trust Co., announced yesterday that the I^ n k would present 10 cash awards to the boy or girl returning the best results in destroying ten t caterpill- are (Malacosoma.) The awards will be divided into (1) $10; (1) $5; $3 and (7) $1 prizes. This contsst will continue through tituck school. He is a graduate of Southern College in Lakeland and holds a B. S. degree in education from that institute. A t present he is a member of the faculty of the New P o rt Reading (Fla.) public schools. $100. Unclaimed At The Jack-Pot Bi(f Night At This Theatre Saturday as $80 Cash Wants New Owners MATTITUCK SCHOOL EXHIBITION FRIDAY Ten people were paid one dollar each on Tuesday night of this week the month of Mhy only and includes a t thei M attituck T h e a tre fo r seeing all local territory served by the that fine picture “Dangerous W at- Bank. jters” a few of the names are as The districts of the contestants follow s: Mrs. Wm. Long, Herman ^re in the capaH^e hands of Mr. DilitftiiaitiH' Bri-'WtnrT Lester•*«md“My‘ Cohkos head of the 4H Club at the ron Dixon. M attituck school. F u r th e r details | The names called in the two draw- may be obtained from him or the ings for $50. each were Raphael Bank. But lets all get into this real Gallagher, E a s t Moriches first; and %^ar and beat the enemy out of the Mrs. Leon Hall, M attituck was called territory. in the second drawing, they were — — —— —— 'n o t present to collect the $50 each. CANNOT KEEP MONEY | Saturday night of this week is a FOR DOG DAMAGE big night and you had better can- ^ ---------- pg]j gij youj. other engagem ents as It is the declaration of H. T. O’- the first on the program is that very Brien, director of municipal accou- fine picture “Follow The Fleet’’ star- nts— a state bureau— th a t assessors ring Ginger Rogers & Fred A staire in cannot legally retain the fees given innportant dance acts in this picture ^them fo r assessing damages done by next is the gam e Lucky with fun dogs. and excitement for all as $25 in cash This coincides with the view that prizes will given away to w inners in the papens have always held in re- this game Lucky and after this comes lation to this and any other fee mat- the M erchant’s two drawings as the te r where the offical is on a flat sal- first cash award is $ 3 5 ; second is • a r y basis. Such fees belong only to $ 1 0 . Just think of it $80 in cash to the town, Mr. O’Brien said. be given away with no extra charges. This m a tter came to a head in “Follow The Fleet” also is playing Babylon lately when fault was found on Sunday. because the assessors kept thg fees The Jack-Pot will again bg held • as well as their straight salaries— next Tuesday with two $50 draw- and the ruling of Mr. O’Brien is un- ings as well as t^n people will be derstood to affect every town in the paid one dollar each, county, I The picture playing next Tues- As it stands in Babylon now the day is “The Country Doctor” with pretative and tap dancing, rhythmic ^ m o n th’s salary due one of the ass- Jean Hersholt and those five little exercises, group singing and piano essors is being held up until the mat- Dionne babies in this picture, we forte, te r of dog fees he has retained has know you will be delighted with been adjusted. this picture and assure you th a t these --------------------- sweet five little girls will steal a WILL RETIRE AFTER 36 pl%ee in your heart. A special mati- Iload last Saturday night and stole three outboard motors. One belong ing to Surrogate Leone D. Howell of Na.ssau County with a sum mer honvg at Camp Mineola'. The nights affair started in Pat- chogue with the theft of an ice truck belonging to Leon Believear. The truck broke down in Riverhead so a pleasure car owned by George Cavanaro was stolen to continue Ithe ,Tun to M attituck. To make room for the stolen motors the rob bers left the seat cushion at Klein’s garage and proceeded to the city to dispose of their loot. W h at can be done by cooperation was dem o n strated when all depart ments of the police got their heads together and as Chief Otto Anrig of the Southold Town Folice stated “The G reenport Police, the Sheriff's oflSce men and Investigators from the D. A. Office was with us 100 per cent and fine co-operation was re ceived from Chief McNeil of the Patchogue Police and Detective Lieu tenan t D o rgarty of 69 Precinct Can- arsey. Officers Anrig, Strodtner and F ree man worked untiringly on the job through the night and day until 6 typew riters and the 3 outboards were returned and the other 4 type w riters promised and Robert Mil ford of Patchogue and Clarence Gr een of G reenport behind bars with a complete confession. Merchandise stolen in a burglar robbery near Greenport was also lo cated at Milford’s home in Patchogue including radio and electric w a ter pump. The M a ttituck High and Grade school aiid the K indergarten will be open to the Public with an exhibition of the work the students have ac complished. Students will be on hand doing regular classwork in the spec ial subjects taught, also gym exer cises and a band concert. All parents and taxpayei's are ask ed to turn out to fully co-operate with the students and the board of education and eat some of the Home Economics Cooking. The evening session opens a t 7 o’clock Friday May 1 first. Suffolk Grants Tercentenary Fund Supervisors Vote $1,500 For Cele bration In County An appropriation of $1,500 was voted by the Suffolk County Board of Supervisors this week to be used by the Suffolk County committee for the Long Island Tercentenary Celebration in this county. The re quest f o r the appropriation was made by Richard Gravely Sag Harbor civ- Applications for renewal of Oper- to r and Chauffeur licenses will be nailed May 1 st to all who were lic ensed in this county for the past year. The issuance of the renewal icense will commence May 4th. Ad ditional applications will be sent to Town Clerks, Police D epartm ents and Garages. Juniors m u st apply to this office for renewal applications. All original licenses issued after May 1 st will be for the year of 1936-37. Opera At School Elnjoyed By Crowd Many Local People Help Put Over -Fine Performiance Tuesday Night The first appearance of the South- ►Id Town Choral Society held at the M a ttituck High School auditorium his past Tuesday proved to be very lelightful both to the audience and the perform ers. The perform ance was worthy of great comment and m e t with an enthusiastic audience. The Choral numbers showed rem a rk able training under the leadership of M aestro Auturo Papalarda and the music was made even more vivid by the spectular costuming and set- ings. — T h^ program co^nsiated of scenes VERA LUPTON TO RUN DANCING CLASSES SOON ic worker and a member of the com-^^^rom various operas which were dra- mittee. matized as near to tradition os poss- Supervisor W a rren F. Greenhal- Igh, of Islip the chairman spoke in favor of the appropriation, saying: “ While we may be severely crit icized for spending pu>blic money for this purpose I believe it has great advertising value for Suffolk County.” The appropriation made by the board is to be paid to Adam Mul- er, of Lindenhurst, president of th e Suffolk County B ankers’ Association who is treasurer of the Suffolk Cou nty committee. It was stipulated t h a t the money was to be used only in connection with the celebration in Suffolk. Is was stated a t the meeting th a t the Nassau County Board of Super visors had appropriated $2,500 for the celebration in th a t county. YRS. OF TEACHING nee will be presented at 3:30 Tues- V era T. Lupton has announced that she will open her dancing class es for beerinners sometime in May. There wi 1 be lessons in folk, inter- 297.000 CHICKENS ON SUFFOLK FARMS Chickens over three months old GREENPORT PHOTOGRAPHER HITS CUTCHOGUE POLE ---------- day to accommodate school children on farm s in Suffolk County totaled Miss Elizabeth Flarag-an of River- who should not miss this educational 297,159 on Jan. 1 , 1935, according head and Miss V irginia Clark of picture. jto a special report of the 1935 Fed- G reenport who have taught in the Next Tuesday if you are present ^eral Farm Census released this week. Riverhead school for the past thirty- you may gv> home happy as you might i C hickens were reported On 1,670 six years will retire a t the end of be fh.e one to be called as the win- farms of 75.2 per cent of all farm s the present term . Miss Flanagan has ner of one of the fifties or perhaps^in the county. During the calendar had charge of eighth grade work and win both and if you are not lucky year 1934 the production of chicken Miss Clark taught one of the second enough to win them you may win 'eggs am ounted to 2,030,259 dozens grade classes. George Still of Selden one of the' one dollar hills. | and the num b e r of chickens raised a teacher in the seventh grade W ' i l l --------------- ^ ------- - ----------------------------- jWas 795,067. Turkeys on Suffolk also complete his teaching at River- terms, and also in charge of the farm s numbered 790, and were re head in June. physical educational activities, will ported on 1 2 1 farms. The average I th a t the more lear- Frank Kiflf popular coach of the resign from his duties there to accept , New York State flock was 93 chick- trouble Riverhead High School for several a position as coach in Utica. ' ens. PRETTY MATT. GIRL TO WED NEXT WEEK ible. The opening scene from the Cavalleria Rusticana” was particul arly outstanding not only because of religious atmosphere created but by the magnimity of the num b e r itself. The setting wag clearly pictured be fore each number by the announcer, Miss E s ther Boutcher. As variety in the program a spec- ally trained women’s octette and trio were inti'oduced into the program. Both were received with equal en- thusiam. The guest soloist, Mrs. U r sula Codling of N. Y. City chose well her two arias and interpreted them in grand, dram atic style. Miss Christine W aldemar of Greenport and Mr. W alter Williams of M atti tuck as solists in the Miserere scene from “II Travatore” greatly *added to the rendition of the number. They were both roundly applauded and received several curtain falls. Invitations are out for the m a r riage of Mis.s V e rnette Conklin Ben nett daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C lar ence A. Bennett to Montaigne Gil bert LeValley son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl S. LeValley on Wednesday May 6 at 3 o’clock in the M attituck Pres byterian Church Rev. P. E. R a d ford D. D., pastor of the church officiat ing. LIST OF JURORS DAWN FOR BUSY MAY TERM Bruno Utz of Greenport narrowly escaped injuries M onday night when he lost control of his car and crashed into a telephone pole near the coun ty club Cutchogue. Mr. Utz was uninjured and the car slightly damaged. is he likely to have. The April term of the Supreme Court th a t is now being kept busy by Justice George H. Furm an, as us ual, will no sooner end than another term will begin in May— May 4 — presided over by Justice Bonynge, and panels of jurors have been drawn to serve in that. The following men are local: Grand Jurors— William H. Barn* es and Fred B. Jones, Riverhead. Trial Jurors— N. M erchant Lord, Louis Frank, Leroy Graff, Harold Robinson, Riverhead; Frederick Edel* man, M a ttituck; Forrest H. Gordon Cutchogue; H. H. Tuthill, New Suf folk. A new county Court term also will begin on May 4, with Judge Haw kins presiding and among the ju r ors drawn for th a t a re John R. R'^ev? of Northville and W ilfred Beel>c o f Cutchogue. 1 . . .