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The Long Island traveler. (Cutchogue, N.Y.) 1871-1940, August 15, 1940, Image 8

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PAGE EIGHT THE LONG ISLAND TRAVBLUt THURSDAY/AUGUST 15, 1940 ELWOOD EAGERLY AWAITS WILLKIE Rfpablican Candld«te To Aeecpt NomfawtioiiAt Sawood^lndianli^ AflHd Bojrho^ M wmi I mi VUlki* wave to a throng of cheering admirers. ELWOOD, INDIANA.—The tou- •led-haired boy who used to drive eowi through old Joe deHprity’s woods for 76 cents s week will come back Saturday, August 17th, to accept the Republican nomina ­ tion for President of the United States. Wendell Willkie, who made good in a rough and tumble world, chose the site of his boyhood memories to tell a waiting nation of his phi ­ losophies and beliefs on the funda ­ mentals of American Democracy. Beside him wiU be Mrs. Willkie, who was assistant librarian in the Elwood Public Library when they were married, just before Wendell Willkie marched off to iight in the World War. The Elwood he'will come back to this time won't be unfamiliar to him. He spent the grer.t-rr part of twenty-seven years here, and he probably can call by their first names most of the middle-aged folk he will meet along the streets. Memory no doubt gi him in choosing a Saturday to make his »cce?tance speech. F- : i^rday^is still the time when !Bl%vocd turns out en masse. Not only the townspeople, but the farm ­ ers from close around go down ­ town on business or just to see what’s poing on. Anderson Street, the W' u thoroughf: is lined with cars and its sidewalks are crowded with people. There are crowds in the drug stores, laugh ­ ing, joking, discussing. There are forums on the sidewalk in front of the First National Bank and the Citizens Bank; other forums in the lobbies of the Sidwell Hotel and Callaway House. Talking politics mostly, nowadays. Elwood Waits With Pride The plain folks of Elwood are waiting with eager pride for the triumphant return of the native son. They are fully ready to show all who come here just how deep that pride is. Streets have been cleaned, houaes and store fronts re ­ painted, tumble-down buildings re ­ moved and larmis and flower beds have been sprucad up. First, Mr. Willkie wi)1 receive a hearty handclasp of welcome from old friends on the steps of the El ­ wood High School, from which.he graduated in 1910. He had intended to deliver ti'sre his speech of ac ­ ceptance of the nominBtion, but it soon became evlc’.snt that thousands of admirers v/oi.ld trek to tliis typi ­ cal middle We.ttcrn town of 12,000 persons to glimp:;e ai'.d hear the man who next January is e::pected to pass through the doors of the White Houae. Plans for IioIdi;i~ t!ic entire cere ­ mony of accept:.r:ca in the limited area of the High School were quick ­ ly revised and Mr, Willkie will de ­ liver his speech of acceptance in the. old grove of his boyhood, now known as C:.i v.vay ra: '-. Representative Joseph W, Mar ­ tin, Jr., of Massachusetts, Chair ­ man of the Republican National C/immittTO, vi'in formallly notify Mr. Willkie of the action of the International Newt SerrlM Photoi« Republican Convention in Phi]itdd« phia in choosing him as the Pa^^i standard-bearer. More than three More PM id trains have been arranged to cany visitors from such distant points as New York, New Orleans and tiM West. Many others will com* l>y automobile. In this latter group will be farmers and their familiM who are Willkia's \neighbors\ at nearby Rushville, where the candi« date prides himself in the well* tilled acres of his own fam r lands. Unique Event Plamsd The decision to return for tlM event aniong the people with whom he grew to early manhood is as unorthodox, unconventional and unique as Mr. Willkie’s whole ex< cursion into politics. Those who know him best expect none of th« usual hackneyed words of a poli« tician, nor do they expect any flag» waving Fourth of July speech. They say Mr. Willkie will deliver a forthright declaration of prin« ciples which will specifically join the issues of the caimpaign. The formal ceremonies will be broadcast by the Columbia, Mutual and National networks and Station WLW, Cincinnati, beginning at 3:15 P. M., Eastern Standard Time, with the welcoming on the High School steps. The speech of ac« ceptance will be broadcast at 4 P. M., Eastern Standard Time, from Callaway Park. There will be other broadcasts incidental to the event during the day. : FOR SALE AUT08 A I L BB OS . U8BD CABS THAT MAKB VBIXND8 All 8pee<enet^ MliiiiMr Left IntMt N Day or |#j(f ^ Vfrittea OMiBiitjr 0774 1940 Packard IM Business Ooupe, Oray, Heater, Defroster, Gen ­ eral Tires ........................ ....|98S 1937 Packard',ritO Black 'Touring ^d a n , 6-#heel, Heater .... 580 1938 PlymoutH^Plckup, Black .... 350 WE HAVE CUSTOMEBS FOB THE FOLLOWINO: Now is thedttlie to trade your; 1935-36 Pontiac, Plymouth and Chev ­ rolet Sedan. 1934-35 Ford, Plymouth Coupe. 1936-37 Ford, Chevndet and Plymouth Station Wagon. STUDEBAKER — 1932 Rockne Six Convertible Sedan, excellent appear ­ ance and running condition, $100 cash. C. W. Dibble, Peoonlc (Mill) Lane. 8-15-1* GLADIOLUS are how in flower. This Is the time to select varieties for next spring. You are Invited to look them over.. R. W. Sterling, Cutchogue, Long' Islahif. FOR SALE: Roll Top Desk In good Condition, reasonable. P. O. Box 136 or T^l. Southold 3745. 8-8-2t* FOA, SAIiE —-- Sail Boat, Schooner, Marconi rigged,. Ijength 4 ft., Masts 5 ft., lead keel. Sturdy fast sailer. Price $10.00. Inquire Traveler Offlce. 8-15-lt* FOR SALE: Great Peoonlc Bay R:ont. Bulkheaded Shoreline (Not inlet or harbor frontage). Will sell in plots of 50 X 150 a t $20.00 a front foot. Silk- worth, Mattituck; Bailey, Southold. 1 Easy Spinner Washer 1 Easy O. E. Washer 1 A. B. C. .Washer 1 Kelvinatof. 1 Kerogas 3-^urner Stove 1 Florence'. 3-Burner Stove 1 Superfex Heating Stove 1 Portable Radio at — M C L F O B D ' S Oreenpcnrt — Phone 414 2t FOR SALE: Peconlc Bay Sportsmen’s Fishing Guide and (3hart with tide tables and other data valuable and im ­ portant regarding fishing in Southold and Peconic Bays. Mail orders re ­ ceived. A fine souvenir of Southold. 25 cents ea<^. Earl P. Hagerman, Southold. 26 Defendanlt Enter P in t (Oontuiued from P«|« 1) his wife, Itelen, and two small children at S o u n d A r o t d p i a v e t i 'T d f n ; Andrew G ttbertsonj^y Shore, d i a i ^ with operating a motor vehicle while Intoxicated as a second offender; Jos ­ eph Miller of Huntington, charged with selling an automoWle which was cov ­ ered by a chattel mortgage. Among those airaifehed fbf ^ e a Monday were five defendants who were secretly indliHed by th # tntd-suituner jury. Among them wai< Paul l^dlkoff, a druggist of 221 Fire Island avenue, Babylon, who Is charged with second degree manslaughter. According to the indictment, Sholkoff on Aug. 8, 1939, put an excessive amount of col- chlcln In a prescription prepared for Jesse Gutman. The drug, which is used for gout and rheumatic ailments, caused Gutman’s death. The other secretly-indicted defend ­ ants were: Robert N. McKeon, Thom ­ as Grasley and Kenneth Jones, all of East NorthpOTt, charged with burglar ­ izing a fruit store dwhed by Nicholas Neive at East Norihport on June 29; William Banke of Huntington Station, charged with illegally connecting his home electrical system with the wh-es of the L. I. Lighting Company. Howard It. Hawes, 44, superintend*' ent of the county farm at Yaidiank, entered a plea of not guilty to a crim ­ inal negligence charge through his a t ­ torney, Edgar F. Hadeton of Hunting ­ ton. Hawes was the driver of a car which collided on May 8 with a ma ­ chine driven by Mrs. Earl Mueller of Riverhead. Mrs.. Madeleine Stagg, 38, of Riverhead, Was Instantly killed in the crash. Not guilty pleas were also entered by the following defendants: Elsie Boves, president of the Little Homes for Friendless Animals, East Islip, charged with malntahilng a public nuisance; Leila Smothers, 23, Riverhead, first de ­ gree robbery; Jerome Jackson, 44, West Yaphank, second degree burglary; An ­ drew Pavlock, 27, and Bryant Story, 29, both of Patchogue, and Victor Makis, 28, Cutchogue, charged with driving while intoxicated; Raymond McKen ­ na, 41, Bay Shore, third degree burg ­ lary; Frank Weslowski, 20, Calverton, third degree burglary; COiarles W. Mosley, 22, Water Mill, criminal as ­ sault; Ralph E. Gann, 41, Easthamp- ton, carnal abuse of child; Joseph Baumann, 16, Corona, third degree burglary, and John Ducy, 33, Hunting ­ ton, second degree Assault. FOR SALE — Shore Lots. 50 x 150. Price, $250. 10% down. $10. a month mtil paid for. M. F. BAILEY, South- old N. Y. RO L E T AND SEBViOB Fiu^«d Thrftatth Motors Finaacc ioMpafty— F. D . A N T O N & S O N EA S T M O R I C H E S , N'. Y. Phone Center M oriches 1S3 T hor o u g h l y re c o n d it io n e d •ir \fsed 'Arshamomaque Inn At t r a c t i v e n o d e r n H o t e l Directly on Peconic Bay RO^M S W IT H OR W ITH O U T BATH Bathing Boating Fishing EX C E L LEN T CUISINE .'J . MealU’ 3 erved from 12- 2 and 6 - 8 •><. • •> Tennis Dandnl |very Night in Tap Room NO COVER CHARGE BEIXEDON N. Y, TO LET BEN FRANKUN Store The Store of 10,000 Articles 5 & 10c $1 & up • Household Farttishings • Footwear, Clothing • Hardjware, Crochery • Puats, Novelties, Etc. CutohofTue, N. Y, • HammerakesItl M H The rapid click-clack of an electric hammer was heard over telephones In many parts of the world recently. The occasion was an international tel- , phone hook-up by which an American manufacturing company announced to I its distributors in this country and abroad the introduction of its new automatic tool. Installer Aids Stork A stork came fluttering over an Ohio home one day recently while a telephone was being Installed In the house. The InstaHer hurriedly climbed a pole nearby, tapped a wire with his test set and telephoned to the family doctor. MID-SUMMER Clearance Sale • QUAUTY MERCHANDISE from our regular stock slashed in price for immediate clearance. • In many cases sizes and color ranges are incomplete, but in all cases the ?alues are remarkable. • DONT miss this opportunity. Bargains in every department. Suffolk County Fair to Be Staged Sept. 2~7 (Continued irom Page 1) and his Death Doogers and will con ­ tinue performing a t the day and night Fair from Tuesday through to Sat ­ urday night. On Monday the judging in all de ­ partments will take place. On Tuesday afternoon the four day Trotting and Pacing Meet will get un ­ der way. As in the past several years the Suffolk County Driving d u b has arranged for trophies to be presented the winner of each early closing event in the racing schedule. Entries in all departments are being received at the Secretary’s Office at the Fair Grounds and indications point to an Increased Interest in the indiV' idual exhibitor by the number of en ­ tries already filed. A score of nationally known business concerns have already contracted for space at the Fair. The modernizing of this year’s Fair by the Management has brought results in the wholesale demand by commercial establishments seeking the rights to exhibit their wares. NEW “WEEK-teND COTTAGIE,” con ­ veniences, restricted property front ­ ing Peconic Bay waters, among oak trees; fine roads, wonderful bathhig, boating and fUhlng. Keep a boat by your porch. $2300.00, easy terms. See this and others at “Laughing Water,” Southold, L. I., your broker or C. H. Wickham, owner, Mattituck, L. I. 8-1-utf FOR RENT: Fully equipped Gas Sta ­ tion with 4 room apartment. $20.00 a month. M. F. Bailey, Southold, N. Y. WANTED WIANTED; PoBltion as caretaker on estate. Charles Johnson, c/o And- reasen, Southold, L. I. It* • •with the WANTED: Miah with car to solicit and deliver for tailor and dry clean ­ er. Inquire at, Traveler Offlce. MISCELLANEOUS Individual Swimming Lessons given by qualified Aquatic Instructor at your convenience, treasonable rates. No age limit. WMte P. O. Box 155 or iflione Southold 3584. LIPHAN BBOS. DEPARTMENT ST(»E T«l. 97 GREENPORT ICE CREAM Cigars. Cigarettes. Soda STATIONERY L. I. Traveler on Sale Here Save Time — use telephone dictation for Personal Secretarial Service. Call Dorothy Lehr 3913. Hours from 8 ajn. to 3 p. m. Service includes form letters, etc. Reasonable rates. PAINTINO and Odd Jobs done at reasonaUe ra t^ Inquire Itayeler OSee. WALTER ADAMS Southold, N. Y. Let Ut Help Solve Your Sanitary Problems Ri^bith and Refute Removed Systematically and Economically FRANK GRATTAN HmmA Ave. SOUTHOLD Wm. H. Jerry & Son Stevens Building Main Street •ommow, N. T. Insurance Arthur F. Oagen, Mgr. TeLSS52 Texaco Water White Kerosene At Task W i|«s Prictt E. W. BAKER OKBINFOST. N. Y, , Pheae e u Most amazing washer ever developed... sensational new Spiralator w ashes 50% to 100% MORE CLOTHES . . . CLEANER . . . FASTER . . . GENTLER. Eliminates \dead zones\—w ashes ALL the clothes ALL the time. Elimi- nrtes bottom zone over-scrub* bing, and excessive wear. Eliminates tangling weur and tear. H 0 W ***\\ ordinary wasbtn with o«iy a fractioN tf Itf OUTSTANDING FEATUIfSI New oU-whiie STREAMUNED wiiager-wilh seU- odiualed speed leeet. . . doable bar leleos* . . . SMMlTe, •fttdeBL UMm» IroHmiMlea . cOl-wUto, U« eopodly peiceloia hik . . . n»l>prool*d, EASY-aamel bcwe. «lc....|.pertllen wiia 9 er...Peima-tecled olumiaun non-corrosive, per. Ma.uii/ MMOlh. 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