Offices MATTITUOK pixx»no OUTOHOOUB LAUREHu HOME NEWSPAPER OP THE TOWN OF SOUTHOLD AND THE NORTH FORK—LO^G ISLAND'S RICHEST AGRICULTURAL SECTION ______________________________ Central Office and Plant. Southold. L. i. Offlees ORKENPORT ORIENT NEW SUPPOLK EAST MARION JEntered at Post OlTlce in Southold. N. y., B8 Second Class Matter TRUTH WITHOUT PE a I i 70 t h Y e a r N o . 7 Subscription, $2,00 per annum Single copies, 5 cents SO U T H O L D , N . Y ., T H U R S D A Y , O C T O B E R 1 7 , 1 9 4 0 5 C e n ts Southold Yacht Club Members Honor F. H. Robinsoa At Testimonial Dinner Co m m o d o r e S t e v e s a n d Oth e r O l f i c e n I n s t a l l ed B y C h a i m i M i K o l l e ^ Drawn together fc»r tiie imrpose of honoring the retiring oommodore, P. H. Robinson, Jr., and to bid welcome to the new commodore. Dr. John W. Stokes, members and guests of the 4 , Southold Yacht CSlub gathered a t the Old Mill Inn, Mattltuck, last Saturday night for the third annual Commo dore’s Dinner. Nearly 100 persons en joyed the fine dinner that had been prepared for the occasion. H The first part of the program was given over to a fitting testimonial to the retiring commodore, F. H. Robin son, Jr., after his constructive tenure of three years following the inception of the organization. Senator Ford, well- # known radio and stage star, who was • at his best as toastmaster, introduced Commodore Dr. William H. Price of the Shelter Island Yacht Club and James M. Heatherton, former commo dore of the same club. These guests #.)praised highly the work of Commo dore Robinson in promoting yachting on Eastern Long Island. Mr, Robinson was presented with a handsome portable radla as a token .o f esteem by his fellow members and •M rs. Robinson was remembered with a beautiful bouquet of roses. Frederick Kolle, chairman of the Board of Gov ernors, made the presentation. * Dr. Stokes and the other new officers Awere then Installed and as the men who will ibe responsible for the guid ance of the club in 1941 were intro duced they were roundly applauded by their fellow members. Besides Com modore Stokes, the other new officers ^r e Vice Commodore, Fred Koke; Rear Commodore, John A. Kemp, Treasurer, Carlisle Cochran and Secretary, Walter Oagen. CSiairman KOUe was in charge of the installation. Mew members of the Board of Oovemon for a teiin of HMme yeaiB are John H. Beadi. F. B. ROMhson, Jr., and Krederidi Belle. The offieen of the Junior Tadit 010b for the 1941 season are: Arthur K Smith, Conmodace: Herbert Weile. Vice Commodore; Loiianne Roon, fBecretiiry and Carl B. Vail, Jr., Tkeas* urer. Following the Installation ceremon ies the program was higWHhted bgr the showing of colored motion pteturee the SouthOld Town Tsreentenary *^lebratlon by Dr. Paul Dietenbadbier. Dr. Diefenbacher received high praise Iw the splendid pictures Showing the celelvation firom beginning to end. The balance of the evening was spent Ja dancing to the music of Pemberton’s %«enaders. It was one of the most successful affairs yet spmisored by the organization. , Xu t c h o g u e C . o f C . no l d s A n n u a l M e e tin g The annual meeting of the Cutch'- ogue Chamber of Commerce was held at the Blue Top Inn, Cutchogue, last lUrsday evening. A delicious turkey was enjoyed by the forty mem bers who were present. William H. Kollmer, president, called the meet ing to order following the dinner. A Short business session was held which the president introduced le guest speaker, Mr. Harold Free man, finger printing expert, who spoke on the subject of Finger Printing both as a civil and criminal necessity. Mr. Freeman, who is recognized as one of #>e outstanding experts ^ on finger printing procedure, gave a very Inter esting talk and answered many quest ions which were asked by the audience. The Cutchogue Chamber of Com merce now has a membership of one Imndred whose main purpose is the wtterment and growth of that com munity. Lo n g I s l a n d C h a p t e r .A r c h a e o lo g i c a l A s s o c . Re - e le c ts O f f ic e r s The Long Island Chapter of the New York State Archaeological Associati<m held its ionnual meeting at the home of Ames A. Oildersleeve, Mattituck, on last Sunday afternoon. The following officers were reelected to serve tor the coming year: Preslc!ent, Charles F. Ooddard; Vice President, Nat E. Booth; Treasurer, my Latham and Secretary, Stanton Mott. Alexander H^ock, of Merrick, L. I. was the guest speaker and gave an in teresting talk on his experiences last when he visited the Indians of the SRithwest in Arisona and New Mex ico. He actually boarded with a Navajo (Continued on Page 8) FREDERICK KOLLE Suffolk Airport To Be Scene of Monster Town Wide Rally With fair weather prevailing, the res idents of Eastern Suffolk County will be treated to a new and spectacular event in political campaigning at the Suffolk Airport, near Riverhead, on Sunday, October 20, when a group of over 100 pilot-owners who are WlUkle enthusiasts, will descend upon the air port throu^out the day. These WUUde enthusiasts are mem bers of the Aircraft Owners and PUote’ Associatlcm and its membership in cludes. flyers from Long Island, New Jersey and parts of New Bi|^|and-. This acting as a Hying squadron, vm ective in putting the Wenddl WOlkle before the people. Arrangements have been made toy W. Kingsland Muj, chairman o( the Suffolk County Republican Commit tee. to make this raUjr one of the out standing event* In the current cam> paign in Suffolk County, District At torney nred J. Munder, irtu> is can didate for re-election. Is dialrmui for the program and will introduce “Of” Caldwell, who is associate editor ot Aero Digest and also aneToquentqieak- er as well as a man of distinction in his iNrOfession. A pUbUe address qnrtem has been installed and evnyone will be able to hear the speakers. M. James Henry, president of the Riverhead Re publican dub has been active in com pleting arrangements. Itie pilots and owners as well as the speakers will be the guests of the Suf folk County Republican Committee at a clam-bake. Arrangements for this part of the program are being planned by a committee headed by Charles Frankenbach of Southampton. Adequate policing arrangements have t>een provided for by Chief Thomas J. Walker of the Riverhead Police De partment in co-operation with the Southampton Town Police and the State Troopers. Su f f o lk U n ity A m e r i c a n Ho s p i t a l R e s e r v e C o r p s Off T o a G o o d S t a r t The Suffolk Unit of the American Hospital Reserve Corps, under the leadership of Mrs. F. H. Robinson, J r has gotten off to a splendid start. Hav ing already added to the original Southold Unit, the Mattitiuck and Oreenport Units Including tiie instruct ors Course, the memberStUp now totals over 100. The first drill was held on Friday of last week and it is hoped that all members will make a special effort to be present at the next drill which will in the future be held on Friday afternoon at 4:15 o’clock in Community Hall, Southold. Units ot the organisation have been established in Nassau, Suffott, Queens and Richmond Counties and others are in the process of formation at Troy, Utica and Rochester in this state. Massachussetts, New Jersey, Pennsyl vania, Georgia and California are also actively organising. All units are under the sole directlion of National Commander Willard from National Headquarters located at Ja maica, L. I. Another Southold class in first aid will be started in the near future. Those wishing to attend this class and become members of the organlaatlm should telephone Miss Kattierine Sal mon, executive secretary and treasur er. (Southold 3810) Over 30,000 Register In Suffolk County Under Training Act Sptcial Registry Boards Stf Up; No Dislurboneet Rtporltd In County Election' district inspectors who served as selective service registrars yesterday in the county’s 195 election districts, as well as the special regis trars appointed by the Board of Elect.<- ions to sign up men in the state and other hospitals, aircraft plants and in stitutions of higher learning located within Suffolk, are today traveling io Riverhead with the oards filled jiut in the first draft reglstrati<m since World War days and the first peacetime in ventory of manpower in the history of the nation. In the courthouse quarters of the elections ^department, and under the personal supervision of Commissioners R. Ford Hughes and Robert Habrston, these cards are being counted and sort ed for ultimate delivery to the eight draft boards established in Suffolk. The results of the count—Just how many men between the ages of 21 and 35 registered for call to military train ing—will probably be known late to day. Best estimates, based on reports obtained directly from local election areas, place the total at more than 30,000. The registration yesterday proceeded smoothly; no disturbances were report ed and although election officials and employees were kept on the Jump througlraut the day making deliveries of additicmal registration supjdles, they succeeded in preventing any break down in the efficient draft madiinery. Among the special boards of registry established was one at Plum Idand, where civilian worionen engaged in construction at Fort Terry were reg istered; a board of 65 Legionnaires at the'rtkrmingdale factory of the Repub lic Aircraft Corpwatian, where about 1,4o6 workers signed up; and one at the immaculate exception Seminary, Huntington, for the enrollment at Boftiri Of EleetioiiBf To Hear Objections On Levy’s Petition The Suffolk Board of Electioos is expected to hold a hearing shortly to hear objections to the independ ent nominating petition filed last week in b^aU of John J. Levy of Babylon, Democratic candidate tor sheriff. The petition, which it apr proved will give Levy a second place on the election ballot, has been pro tested by Sheriff Jacob S. Dreyer, Republican candidate for re-election. The Dreyer protest charges that many of those who signed the “Independent County Party” peti tion are Democrats and also that “in many instances the names of the per sons on the petition were written by the same hand.” It is also claimed that some of the signers are aliens. August Hartkorn of New York City, a noted handwriting expert, was engaged by the sheriff to make an examination of the document, and has been in Riverhead on this as signment since the first of the week. It was reported yesterday that as a result of Mr. Hartkom’s examina tion, and other inquiries being made by Dreyer’s attorney, Stanley C. Fowler of Riverhead, as many as 800 of the 1,500 signatures may be chal lenged. In announcing his protest, Sheriff Dreyer declared that the eilort t6 win Levy a second place on the bal lot WQS of no particular moment, so far as the outcome of the election is concerned, but that he felt it was his duty to protest it to “protect the people’s rights and to guarantee an honest election.” Declaring that the independent nomination, filed by Aaron Calvin, an attorney of Babylon, is Iwing em ployed by Democratic speakers and several newspapers to give the idea that he faces strong opposition in his own party, Dreyer also charged that the names *f gamblers and others who have been in trouble with the law during his (Dreyer’s) adminis tration appear on the document. North Fork Choptor, Rod Crogg To HoU A nh h o I Mtotinf The annual meeting and election of officers of the North Fork Chapter, American Red Cross, will be held at the Methodist Parish House, Oreenport, on Wednesday, October 30, at 3:00 P. M. All members ot the American Red Cross are urged to attend this meet ing. The North Fork Chapter extends from Wading River to Orient Point. November 7th Date Set For 1st Annual Elected Director of Father-Spn Biinquet SeuthoM Commynlty Committee Noni Grand AVMtf LmoI Scout Tfoop Very Actlyo Sixteen members of the Community Committee of the SouthOki Boy iktout Tro (9 met at the home cT the'chair man, Dr. Paul L. Dlefeinacher aa Tuesday evening to a r r a ^ the de- tfUls for the first ^ u a l ^ t h e r and Son Banquet which, will j p /Aeid on Thursday evening, NovemMr 7, in the Methodist Church Parlors, j ^ e ladies of the Triangle Club will prepare and serve the dinner. > ’Hckets are 65 cents alMl only 80 reservations will be sOld due to the limited seating capacity. It is the plan of the Community CcMnmiilee to have every scoiit and cub accompanied by his father or a sponsor attend the din ner. ^ A program has beeii planner tor the occasion which assures thi^ m re w£U not be a dull moment, lot the btqn diuring the entire evening,; An hour’s show by a well known magict|p, a short talk by a guest speaker ibd a skit by the scouts themselves aito some of the highlights of the entesMnment. Chairman Diefenbacher iln&yhis com mittee are making every e f f ^ to have this affair one which wffl be long remembered by the boys wli^aittend. Scouting in SouthoM h a tii^en an upward trend due to the interested group of local men who are sponsoring the movement. This new is re sponsible for the continued g|»wth of the troop which now numbersi^apinrm- imately 25 scouts, everone of, whom sre interested in their woric and ^seeking advancement. The boys are fortunate in having two leaders such el Scout master I^rle Harriscm and Scoutmaster William Moffat of scouting in Southold. This week-end about boys will enj<qr two dayn Baiting HOUow. On Sal noon. Octobcr 26, the wtu be host. to. tlN. otiiiB rastritt ilittiC in tb Oi*ent..ai|iBsOrt, llattttacft and ter Island elimntmng here, stuntin games, sklta and competition in aeeufr work wlU he the order oC the day. THe Rally will be under the siwervislfln e( Attorney Stanley Oorwbi. at Oreenporl* District OonunlBstonw. In keeplns «ith the wishes of the National OouncU, the kical troop will help to distribute pamphlets published under the auspices at the CitlmuOi^ Educational Bervlce. Believing that the Old Town Players Oreonicatiofl Chooaet M in Edna Miller os President a t Annual Meeting Lott Monday Night Dr. S. B. Fischer was elected di rector of the Old Town Players at the annual meeting of the organization held at Community Hall on Monday evening of this week. Dr. Fischer, who was the president of the group last year, was chosen to fill the place left vacant by the resignatkm of Charles F. Kramer who had served in the capa city of director for the past sixtmn years. ’The new director has been active in amateur theatricals for many years, having played important roles in many of the productions staged by the Play ers. On several occasions he has served as assistant to Mr. Kramer and he act< ed as stage manager for the Historical Pageant which was presented under the direction of Mr. Kramer and'the Old Town Players during the Tercentenary Celebratiim last summer. The organi zation enjoyed one of Its most active and prosperous seasons under his guidance as i»resident last year.. Dr. Fischer will appoint several as sistants to help him in the future pro ductions of the organization and he expects to start rehearsals on his first play witiiin the next month. Miss Edna Miller, who was vice president of the Players last year, was elected to the presidency of the organ ization at Mmklay night’s meeting. She has been an active member of the group for many years and is the first woman to h(M the office of president sinc^i934. Other officers to lie elected to serve for the next year are Paul Montgomery, vice president; Walter Oagen, secretary, and Helen Prince, treasurer. The nominating committee was composed ot Mrs. Harold 0<dd- smlth, W. Corey Albertson and Dr. S. B. Fieeber. nomination of Dr. Fl^ e r tor director was introduced from the floor. A lull turnout ot the members en- « e«»»diiti sapper pwiiJhig ttie eoMlan. l)ie hoets and hoet- Ite ir zor fhe Mrs. Harold Goldsmith, Mrs. Murlin Xnlght and Mr. Edwin BUlard. paramount need in national detmse ^ the strengthening and invigorat- ing of democracy, leaidas ot 16 national organizations of whi^h the Boy Scouts of America is one, have signed a call to their members, and to all Americans to. re-vitaliae the ideals aiui pracjtice of American democracy. ’Ttiis Statement and pledge is contained in the . pamph let which the scouts will distribute. When A Scout approaches you next Friday treat him courteously, sign the pledge for it is nothing more what you aa an American believe, and display it prominently in your home or place of business. Willk ie F o r P r e s i d e n t Clu b S e e k s M e m b e r s A very enthusastic meeting of the Southold Town “Willkie for President Club” was held at the ddb rooms on SYont Street, Oreenport, on Friday evening of last week, with the presi dent of the club, Otis Burt, presiding. The principal business of the meeting was to make sure .that voters, and especially new v o t e r s throughout Southold Township, were Registered. The last registration day before the November election is Saturday, Oct ober 10. th e polling places throughout the ’Town will be open for registration from 1 to 10 P. M. Chairmen from each ot the various election districts in Southold Towiuhip were selected to check up on the registration of voters. The' matter of membeirship' in the club was also. dlMUssed, and, each and every, member present pronUSed tQ bring t^t least one addittonal it^mbe^ to the next regular week^ ' which will be held at the cli in tlfie former Ballen store on Street on m d ^ evening, October ll. at 8:00 P. M. The question ot having the club room opened afternoons and eve ninp and the matter ot having young ladle* in attendance to distribute cam paign literature and pictures was left to the discretion ot the advisory com* mittee. The Southold Town WiUlUe Club invites ail independent voters throui^- out Southold Town and all conserve ^ive Democrats' who believe in the (Continued on Page 8) Dr. S. B. Fischer Supervisors Act To Serve As Suffolk Councfl of I>efense Acting upon the request at Governor Herbert H. IiiBhman, Qhalrinan Everett O. ’TuthiU ot fhe Board ot Superviaoni on Monday appointed the ten members of the county governing body, himselt included, to serve as a Suffolk County CouncU of Defense. Formation of the county unit was announced at a spec ial meeting ot the board in Riverhead. ’The Suffolk council, it was explained, will cooperate with the state council, headed by Gov. Lehman, in carrying out various national defetue projects. Problems in which the cooperation and assistance of county defense coun cils has been requested include: (1), coordination of police activities for ttie protection of “vulnerable spots” in each community; (2), vocational training program; (3), stimulation of private business to establish industrial train ing programs; (4), helping to make ftvallable to the Federal Government the labor and industrial resources of the county; (5), assist In tlie adminis tration of selective military service; (6), cooperation in general with the work of the State Health Commission. ’The Suff<dk supervisors have already pledged the county to provide housing for one or more vocational schools which it is proposed to establish on Eastern Long Island. Supervisor Edgar A. Sharp of Brookhaven, sponsw of the resolution, adopted by the iMard at its September meeting, said that several buildings in various sections of the county are under consideration as pos sible quarters, and that word is being awaited from the state defense coun- cU. McCAPMRY - SCHIAVONI I* 'A hrery pretty wedding was gol- ‘ 'i^iiOzed in St. Patrick’s R. C. ‘ti^urch Saturday morning, October ' 12th, when Miss Marie Schlavoni of Greenport, daughter ot the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schiavoni, became the bride ot Arthur McCaffery, son of Mr. and Mrs. John McCailery of Southold. The bride, dressed in a gray traveling suit, was attended by Miss Geraldine Maniello of Brook lyn. Melleo De Petris of Bridgehamp- ton, cousin of the bride was best man. Immediately following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. McCailery left on a wedding trip and on their return will reside in Greenport. Richard T. Gilmartin Nominated By Repnblicans for Welfare Commissioner Senator Joe Hanley To Be Speaker At Town - wide Rally A Republican Town-Wide Rally and Mass Meeting will be held in Commun ity Hall, Southold, on Thursday eve ning, October 24, at 8:00 o’clock. State Senator Joe R. Hanley, well-known orator, will be the principal speaker. Mr. Hanley, who is majority leader of the Senate, is famous for his <»ratory and Southold ’Town is* fortunate in having him here for the occaskm. Com mander Curran, who has had an illus trious career in the United States Navy and who is also a speaker of renown, will be another to cuMress the rally. All of the Republican coun^ candidates will be present and will address the The RmNiUiean Campeari' motion plctuies. “A New Tomorrow” and \Wis ihe People\ irtjlch have proven ao popular thraatfumt the oountry.' will be shown a t the Bally a t Oommunlty Hen. You and your trtanda a n eordtaUy invited to attend this Itown-Wide Ral ly. The Cowmlttee In making passible addresses by Senator BUiley and Com mander Curran will be able to give fhe peoide ot Southold Town a com- prehenslfe understanding of the real issues ot fhe campaign. Keep in mind the evening of October 24 and be on hand for the largest Republican Rally ever held in Southold Town. Old C r o w s H e l d 6 3 r d An n u a l C a w , C a w a t In d i a n N e c k S a t u r d a y ^ Obtain res^tratlon of the full The 63rd Annual Caw Caw, of R ^ |^ c a n voting strength in their Ma c y P r a i s e s C h o ic e ; De m o c r a t ic C a n d i d a t e De c lin e s n o m i n a t i o n Town Clerk Richard T. Gilmartin of Bast Hampton, was nominated by the Republican County Committee for the office of County Commissioner of Public Welfare on Saturday evening at a meeting held in Republican head-* quarters at Timber Point, Great River. Mr. Oilmartin aspires to the position vacated by Irving Williams, who has accepted appointment as head of the Suffolk County Probation Department. The nominatk>n was by acclamation. Mr. Gihnartin was to be opposed by R o lan d LaOrange of Smithtown Branch, who was nominated by fhe executive committee of the Democratic County committee at a meeting held in Patohogue, on Friday evening. How ever, Mr. LaOrange, who is a well known lawyer, filed a declination with the Board of Elections at Riverhead yesterday. The Democratic committee on' vacancies is expected to announce a new selection tomorrow (Friday), biterim Anwintment Raymond M. Darling, former dep uty welfare commissioner of the Town Of Huntington, will serve until Jan*- uary 1. The interim appointment was made Tuesday by County Judge L. Barron Hill. The nomination of Mr. Gilmartin was proposed by Supervisor Perry B. Dur- yea of East Hampton, in an address which stressed the candidates qual ifications. The suggestion was heartily endorsed By Mr. Williams and by speakers for the various town com- • mittee units. , Strong Vote Getter ’nie Republican nominee Is a native of East Hampton and was educated in fhe local sOhools and is a graduate of Fordham University. He was elected town deric the tirst time by a Slim margin, but his management of fhe office tooughf,»him repeated re-eleet- ion by constantly increasing majorlf- ta. Last ]«ar he waa elected with men than Yotea to spates Ur. Gilmartin. a member of the county committee, was present Be spoke briefly declaring, that • hard task had been Imposed upon him lAen he was Charged with the at- ttea as efficiently as Ur. ^nuiams. He promised, however, that he would, it elected, cany out his duties In a man ner that would bring credit to the Re- pubUcan Party, to fhe people ot the whole county, and to himselt. He waa given a sidendid ovatkm. Maey Praises Cheiee County Leader W. KingnUti^ nbMy praised the selection stating thaf Mr. Giimarfhi would add strength to the coim^ ticket. He ako commended the administration of the office during the five yean of Mr. WiUiams’ inmunK- ency. Memliers of the committee were ex- ho i ^ by Mr. Macy to do all in their the Old Crows was held at the Crows’ Nest at Indian Neck on Col umbus Day. Eighty-three Crows answered the caw for the aimual outing of the association. The morning was spent in pitch ing horseshoes and playing other games. Eighteen new cimdidates were initiated under the direction of the master of ceremonies, Athelstane Kendrick. Following a sumptuous banquet at mid-day, the annual business meet ing was held at which time the fol lowing oiTicers were elected: Presi-^ dent, William Lindsay; King Crow, Philip Horton; Secretary, F. Lang- ton Corwin; Treasurer, Harry H. Reeve and Master ot Ceremonies, Athelstane Kendrick. A vote of thanks was extended to the Seagyan Club on whose premises the annual caw was held. ^fter the business meeting the Crows gathered outside the nest, taps were sounded and the flag lowered, thus ending the 63rd annual “Caw Caw,” of the Indian Neck Associa tion. N«w Panel Drown fear Siipiwmc Court Jury Following the- exhaustion of ju ror lists drawn earlier in the month, it was necessary to draw an extra panel of veniremen for trial service in the Supreme Court at Riverhead this week The list of 40 included the following North Fork residents; Clarence Diller, Peconic; William E. Harris, Cutchogue; Chayles P. Hawr kins, Cutchogue; Sofia Kruszon, Riv erhead; Walter Luce, Riverhead; Roger McCabe, Riverhead; Ernest M. Rogers, Greenport; Albert Ryan, Jamesport; Albert J. Vars, New Suf folk, and Fred B. Wells, Riverhead. election districts. He predicted a sweep- ing Republican victory in fhe county, and estimated that pluralities may run beyond 30,000. He said that a margin of about 70,000 votes for Wendell L. Will kie for President of the United States, was anticipated in Nassau County, and decked that Nassau and Suffolk counties might easily be<the determin ing factor in swinging New York State into fhe Republican column on Nov ember 5. Before the meeting adjourned Super visor Edgar A. Sharp of Ercokhaven, introduced a resolution endwsing and approving the acts of fhe County Com mittee officers since the previous ston. The resolution was adopted unan imously. So u t h o ld - R i v e r h e a d De m o c r a ts P l a n R a l l y A gigantic Democratic rally will be held at the Polish Hall, River head,, New York, on October 22nd at 8:00 P. M. The rally is being spon sored by . both the Southold and Riv erhead Town Democratic Commit tees. In the earlier part of the eve ning a motor caravan will leave Southold and proceed through Riv erhead to the place of the meeting. The principal speaker will be Hon. John J. Bennett, Jr., Attorney-Gen eral of the State of New York. Other speakers will include the-Hon. Jdhn R. Vunk, Chairman ot the Suffolk Co u n t y Dempcratic Committee, Frederick S. f'arah, candidate for representative to congress, Fred Francais, candidate for member ot assembly L«ster M. Emmett, candi date for state senate, John Lf^y, candidate for sheriff, John P. Coha- lan, Jr., candidate for district at torney, Frank J. McLaughlin, (Can didate for county treasurer.