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, One at the must astounding books Hint I Iiavc seen hi a Ion ? time Is Sir. Bake r ' s, defense of himself printed under i jjhe ' title \ of ' \Newton Baker- America In the War , \ by Frederick. P almer. ¦ ¦ ¦ ' . • ' . I do not know either Mr. Baker , or Mr. Pa l mer , but it strikes me as ex- tremely curious and particularly Inep t that Mr: ' Baker, should think that this i s an ' appropriate time for him to dor fend, his pacifists- course when he was S ecreary of. War , at a time when we were at 'war with Germany. . 3t pro- claims him a candidate \for President of. the United States , 'if not a. bright on e. > lam told that Mr. Baker? is 'a bril- liant m an. - Most of his speeches read like, those ' of a wry dull man . Th ey also read'like . those. - o f a very conceited and opinionated person , who with a very superficial smatterin g of literature ' was endeavoring to give the Impression bit: profundity and scholarship. , When posterity comes to make up its own mind about trie characters , who arc conspicuous in the world. war, , I think - it. will get its Impression of .M r. Baker, not from his strangely promul- gated defense at this time—when dem- ocratic; presidential possibilities bib bei ng' \ considered—bu t , from General Pershing ' s Memoirs. These memoirs I regard as a terrific indictment of Mr. Baker ' s ability, and his capacity to serve his Country ' adequately in the time of . str ess. ' ¦ B will be remembered that General Pershing in his . memoirs time and again refers/to the siljtthlngs l that we sent him in France , and the- lack of cooperation , that he got from the War Department In America, in as much as ' he . ' was ap j pointed by Secretary Bake r . ' and found Baker affable he does not ^ roa s t Baker psrsona U y . b u t his en- tire ' memoirs are ah indictment v of B aker because after . all Baker was the head- of the War Department , and the mistakes. ; of , tl)e War Department are hts. : ¦ ¦ ' ¦ • ' • ¦ . ' ¦ * :¦ • ' ¦ ' ' -1 ; I- ap; nbti; McaiI < the f sj« iac thi ngs thai' .Per s j b ^g y sa iu;. ¦were/pent;«p hirt , lh ' a ) c 'i . l «-Jiitat' i' Uie J , j e»pli>> -j w fo :$ ¥&$ ' E ^ ' ndiri s ' - ' tt i' *g £ we r e\ ; . A tlier \ ;a n 'S«> ' IMS hifli «neW;.oJ f - a , ;naclisistr $- , ' <» i (« ^ fal ^ . ' iiioi (3 - ^ 7 ; tti« \'iicn S^ 'fofMe \# Idl ^ fli S tos ^^ !B . »i ^ l i A ' , b ' i H \ < hVm M J t ^ o ^^^ . wa r ^ ntid' - sc ^S onft' ^ umt - . fe n cri rt ' )r > »Ki . ti s ^^ usr wclKlis ^ o sentdol lsr ' .a nif' a ' lips tick, JAlM J i ' . l-l l n—~—— . She . cjre h . —«—¦¦— » a f w AutorSmashes Ifere on T ue s day Po rt Jefferson Car » Involved in Accident in Villa ge— > Al»o O ne at Station • Two automobile accidents occurred in Po rt Jefferson Tuesday, neither one v cnusl!ig injuries. ' • ' • ' . 'Frank M. Ott ot Northport , district superintendent for the A. & P. Tea Co., w ns chiving down Main St., Po rt Jeffer- son Station, lit about 8:40 a. rji „ T ucs- /clny. As ho naarod tiio Sheep Pasture id., Qcorgo . Vnllc. of Sto ny Era*, com- mit ti[i Mm hill, i midc ;' . left linnrt turn. ' The (wo cars came lo g c t hoi- , damaging the front end of Mr. Oil' s rnncninn. At-about 11 o ' clock that same , night a collision occurred between a car driven 'by Igna tius Honry Scluilthcl a of Poll. J uil' oraon and Mm, - . Mabel Page , al so of this village. It took place in front of th e now Elk restaurant on J uries s t. S chulthols had been going down Jon es at, rind Mrs, P age Ji n ct Just turned into Jo j io n st. ivom Smf aye. Doth curs wcri) , t owed away, i ^ obrtl Stiite ' troopers Investigated- both nc ' cl- dojilfl. > ¦ • ¦ Supervisor Claude Neville Re elected; Leads Brookha ver t Townshi p s Ticket Democrats Elect Harold F. Davis , Town Hi ghway Super? intendent—Re publicans Elect John E. Glover , Towu - Clerk ; Frank Hocker , Jr., Tax Receiver ; and All Other ' Town Officers 1 —Show Satisfaction with Administration Election day got ofl to an auspicious • ' - . : start, the fine weather bringing many .. , , ' a voter out early. The district polling places lock care ot the crowds of v o ters • without any reports of disturbances. Although the voting was close in some quarters , the Republicans came out ahead with every Brookhaven town candidal\ except highway superlnten- : dent. In this case Harold P. Davis , ' Democrat , was elected superintendent . of highways over J. Logan Dare , Re- publi can. Claud e C . Nevill e , Republican, was re-elected supervisor over August D. Schc e nfeld, Democrat , by a good plur- : . allty. He ran ahead of his ticket. Th e following Republican candidate came out ahead in the election Tues- \; day : . ¦ ' . ' .; Town Clerk John E. Clover CR) . Tax Receiver . ' , ' Frank Hocker ' Jr. (R). ' Justices of the Peace (Beginning Jan. .1 , 1032) ¦ Willa rd B. MonseU (E). ' ' . ' . ' ;. ' • ' Carl Ruhland (R) . ; ; William Court. (K) . \ - ' Walte r H. Neviris (R). ' -Justices of the Peace ¦ . \ - , (Begi nning Jan. T, 1833) ; Ja cob H. . Mill er <RV . ' - ,. . \ ' ' ¦ ' . . . Car l ' .p, .Ruck / (R) . ' - ' . ' .. ;- . - ; ¦• , - ¦ . , ' ;.// . ¦ ' ¦¦ ' , \ ' jB sUMs ' oJ - . thp : P«sce, ; 1 ,.J¦ ' •: - : . ' , ; . - ; ' ¦ ¦ ' ¦ - . : - ' - v - (E nding ' ; Jith V . i t \ ib j ji ) ' A;. :¦: + ^ ¦ ^ Wal tei ^ HV - S evlnsUR) , ;: ^ ' ;' : ' , c £ : v , i Kt£ ^A t ^^ i ii ^^ mk ^-^- S m •Y. v - - . ' ¦¦ ¦: •¦ ::;Y:i - . - & & $ )£ ' ,!' \ A > v M v ,-, \ , - R oswei) ' p .; Tutlilll : .(R7 ;v ' ^ ;; ' v ^W . Charles W ; Dare ' <Rh : ¦ ' . - ' - ¦ ' . ¦ ' ; ; ' - - : Ed w ard D. . Purvis (R) , ' ; ' - . ./. ' / , . ' ¦ ¦ Town Trustees Harry B. Paine (R>. , ., Andrew Huskisson <R>. Rowland T. Baker (R). Constables J ohn M. Harding (R). O rv i ltc Tcrwllll e cr (R> . Hen ry Alstta l t ( R). Raymond Homnn (R). Cha rles G. Callcn (R). acor g e Campbell (R). John D. Korwlu (R). Clarence Hcttrlck (R). Audltort; ¦ > J ohii Wolfl U B c r III). John Ray nor ( It) . , Frank H. Stcvenot (R) . , liny ( Ja nst a We s . M arlon Porl' .lnson IR1 . Edwnirrt Dusnk IR). School Director Oen rRO K. H ellert (R). Tli e various lcrjil men running on both U n kcln deserve commendation tar the untli'ii i 'i work they put into the ci(i)i|inJi!ii . ;ll \l l l '\ - r ' I'l 'J iw nhmild b = nomforlorl by the elre ra races In ninny case s. On the county ballot, pluralities were Cl veii l) i thi: town to llOHubllKin s for the A i uicmbly and county Judge , but the vo ters g av is tins lead to Mi' . Hawkins over Mr. Wiirtu for sheilf ' T , American legion To Giv « Ariiiistice C elebration Here ¦ ' ¦ - r \\ ' V - ' Various Uni que Features Will Contribute to the Pleasure of Those Attending CANTEEN IS REPRODUCED i ,. -—-' : Ple nty of High Grade Entertainment Promised — Impressive Feature at 10:57 to Show Respect\ Wilson Rltch Post , American Legion , is doing something again—and it prom- ises to be one grand time!. The day Is Armistice Day! next Wednesday; the time 9 p. m. and the place, the . T-PJS S chool. \ Th ere will , be entertainment galore. The famous Stan Stanley and his wife will put on an act. (Then there will be Camtlle 0 (U axd of the New - T fork Hippodrome who wlli - dance and Mrs. Poppy Chadwich Weston of Setauket w j to will . sing. Mr. Newberry, Miss Irene Newberry and Mrs. L. Wlndrara of. Port Jefferson ' will also ehtertiain w i th songs. ' There will be a French Barnyard scene , a 20 ¦; minute sketch in which local talent will appear. This little act will lead up to the three minute period of r fe pect _ which starts at 10:30 o ' clock. The lights will Bo out for the first minute and all will be very quiet. Then the ' sound of \taps \ ¦will be heard. After this impressive ceremony,, s olem- ni ty wili be put-aside; find all will . .b e! fad e : to , dan cei ^ . ^ elr. 'fa e ^ -io ^ Hf ^ ; ' ' n iuiifi i ' r 'af ' - . . ^ he r ~ f ai ^ bu i i : ; ' . C te ai6 > T- ' ^ ji &^ ' ;O r t ri ^ «i i ' ; . . ' ^ pf ^ mB ( ^ erir. : ^ i ^ ' be . ' p rovided. ' . ' . ' ,, \ > .; . ' : ' ..; \' . ' ' - ' - 'i v. 't. ¦ ^ ' i ho'JtnB ^^ Km a' /e ^ bB ^ ' - . ii twl ^ tf i H i iJK ^^^ i ^ * ^ 6 f^ l S' .^ i t ^: jii ^ 4 : ^ ' e ^ ei ^^^ \ ^ «»5 ^ 8ew; ; s -/ ' ^^ ' ^ il ^^ ll p p lll S pecial Prograrn-Arranged To Take ' Place at the- Ola Car- oline Church , Setauket Sunday afternoon ' a t 4 o ' clock (no Foi \ Jcflcrson nnd the Setauket unit's of the American Legion will take part In a special Armistice service , at the Caroline Episcopal Church , Setauket. Rev. Charles Livingston will deliver nn Appr opriate address. 'A fine musical program has been arranged by Mrs. Ch arles D ' Spenco. Everybody—Legion members and families, as well as.the general public—Is invited to bo present. It is fitting that the services should lake place .in the historic Caroline Church , which dates back to 1720. An Interesting bit oM)ifitory, rclatinE to the ch urch I:; its l i ein g numed in honor of Q ueen Caroline of England, who pre- sented the church with a solid silver communion service set , which Is still ii.scd on special occa s ions. It will ho on exhibit Bimdny. Deputy Sheriff Herbert O. • Jones at 1 - rested three men ear j y Saturday morn- ing for fighting and public intoxication most ' ot Friday night and on into Sat- urday morning. They ^ ero taken be- fore Justice Ruck Saturday . nigh t wher e all three pleaded guilty to dis- orderly conduct\nd public intoxication. The men arrested were: Alex Boax , , Peter Walak and Charley. Poszln i ski , all of Port Jefferson ' Station. Poszlniski was given W flays In the Riverhead jail , and the other two men were'sentenced to- 30 days apiece: The revel took place in a garage belonging: to Charles Stevens , on Sheep Pasture id ^ v ' Port Jefferson Station. Boax rented the pla s e , and the other two were visiting him. • ' : ^ ' ¦ Three Qet Jail Sentences For Disorderly Conduct District No. 2 of Suffolk Coun- t y Only One to Reach Full Quota of $5 per Teacher • LARGS PERMANENT FUND Thirty Needy leathers , No w, Being Helped—Mo re Would Get Aid If the t JFundJ Would Be Made Availa b le ' / ~ ¦ ' • ' ' i . Aged teachers who are ineligible to -Mnsion d j Or i cannpt i f » m _ , . admlssdqn , to pjd ^ pebplejs; ' : fcome i ; may jget ' . assistance inltt ui ^ u fe m; f rofn ' Qi ei s te te;5 fe abhcrs ' Welfare - ' ^ unaj. was revealed \ i n Syra r fflis e ; ; *5t iM|« ' L . Mary; jW. l -Wuldoqni. , of ; ^ av ^ y, - - ' cftaln n BrJ & of'A.the - ! 4Wfil(* rc ' ^^ m ^^^- M ^- im s i&i ofi ' . 414- . ^ b MM^ ; 3 a£t;SiL ^ h V ; - ' ^ H»r. 'PP 0rt Before- 7, 006 ' . - teacheravof . tlie Central ¦District; , Now;Y9rl t« . taw • t eacners &a- , Ro c ft tibn; ' wWch ; ;mer herc : lftst week. ' . ! Distr i ot . ¦ W o. - .-ZJ . ' -iDf • Suffolk County, L ong . ' . Island , Rosce i c O. Craft , supcr- intondant; is t he ; only district in the State to have reached its full quota of $5.00'each teacher toward the ¦Wel- fare Piind. This was termed a splcn- dlc showing by Miss Muldoon, w ) i o added that the approximate donation a teacher for the entire state is $1.75. The New- York State Teachers Asso- ciati on is 6 ' pbnsorln g the amassing of n fund for the assistance of aged or dis- abletl tcaohers who do not receive a teachers p ension or are lnellg l ble ' f b r admittance to old peoples' homes, Ac- cordlnc to M 'sa Muldoon , the \Wc U nre Com m l tteoi after three years of hard work , i ws succeeded ln ' rnlslngr a per- i m(in or»t fund of $70 , 00 0 , til e interest of whi ch is being used to lielp 30 needy teacher* \There arc many more who could b o helped If , we had tho funds , \ as- sorted Miss Muldoon. Statistics show Hint, u lllngi; nnd city teachers have boon more concrowr thnn rural tench- era. Qtily tits Intercut from Oil- pawn- ncnt fund will bo used to give hasis- tnnco. The mnxlmurn imm allowed uny tcn oh o f per month la V iAM , nnd i nnny li re getting lcriS „ acC0i'dlhB to the com- mlt too report, • Aged TiBachers - MayNowilbta in Aid From Fund Gr< m ti J&iry Records Seht to Governor Distr ict Attoyney Blue Com- , pl|ci with Requeit for Data , ir» Suffolk Cou nty Probo /l j. tronsor ipt of tho minutes and docum entary evidence In tho grand Jur y ' s I nvc f tlsntlon of chnr g es of pn - lawful acts and Illegal practices In , tint M l mlnUiim U f in of tub Bul f olU ' County B overnrnont w as tnnllect Man t /ny to Governor Franklin. D, noosovclt by D lfltrlnt Attorney Alexander O. Who In nccordarwa w ith the requo/it mado by t ho O ovcrnor, Bilurdny, Tho . ' aovor - nor fu lntor c flt in tho mutter w ' u n on- listed by a r>K)twt mn d c by, J o i io pli W , rtlohnrd n on of A mHyvlHo. I • The Bo ptombor Brand Jury, li> Jts In- v eit!mi(lon Into tho ch u r j es i niii i o by Qtntn Bcnator John'J. Dui i hl n nn of tho Uronv. repoitccl that there wiui.no wroD j -dttl ng, bub dhootcd Butial o r Dunnl g im to report before tho next Oru.m i Jury, - Senator Duniifgan ap- p oari'fl iM j foro tho October Jury, an di d W. K in g ilnnrl Macy, Biil lolk Comity nnd N«w , Vork State R oimbllcan nhnlr- Wnr ' oMri e r County Judge , peor g o n, Purninn anil otlior/i. - ' li \ ¦ N fd , me n tion-of t lt b i Jrtttor ln(f«i Hi(» r tlpr) w i^ n iiiiido by tho October drum! ' Jury! ' I t). ' , iW , iliwr ' l M ,6ur>w>toii; ooiirt j^ 'j ^& M M 'iw m f p;' ^^ Funds A f e Needed B y local C h amber For Labor Relief Cha rity, Fund Active During Pa st Mahthr—Citizens Asked to \Giv e aj y fcfa\ AS jt FOR - EX t RA POLICING ' ¦ 'V - p ^ ' -i Co nfidence Expresses for Rosy Future of Thi s V«l»ire Jjiic (o Ite Excellent Geogra phical ' Conditions Aid fo r tho up.erril>lojsed of this sec- ti on! This - : rnost ' i . 'ina j HJrtnnt problem was <li3cussed ! byCtiie l^ ort Jefferson Chamber of Cor a rrurce iii, their month- ly meeting Monday hijjht. raj eportintf ' to'tne Chamber, Chair- man \ -Edward f Eu c vls of the Charity committee , stat ea tnat , uie committee has Been ' rndre ' nc , tiye during the past month - . than ' . it ' i \ had been since last winter. He _ reported that he had sent some rnen ' idokinig i or Jobs to Wild- wood Park ' Avher a - Some work is being done ; but that no work of any sort was obtained by ^ them.,; ¦ . He made ' an ; urgent plea for any- one in this vicinity . who has a Job or k nows of a \} ob ; to get in touch with Him as he ' ha s a pplicants who have never known .want before but who will be \ up agains t; ^ It 1 ' if they don 't get s ome ' ^ annerr - of ; - , ernpl pymeht. These men do hot want ' . charity, they, merely want the worl t er '4inalienable right to 'work. - - ,. ' ' ; ' ' ' ; ' .!; :¦ - ' • ¦- ' . ' ¦: Mr. Purvis ' stated,that even if the Job ¦ is . a s i isli onai s ach as raking, ap dead leaves to let hlm ; . know ot it , as there are hien ' Who \ will bp happy to db ; anything. - - . ' ' - ' . , : \ . ¦¦ ' ?i He also r ' ecpmnrierided . tnat the name qf the Charll jv Coriunittee be changed so- as . to r o mbveVthe suggestion of charity or welfare: -Upm . this impor- tant unemploy m ent i y t W - boci s ;. , , , „.. ^ ,;. ' . , ' T ^ ' . '' ; statoi . pn v fe pI ^ yn ™ i ^ ! y t i o h w U l - be tnktir. vhthr(i : ii. : . wick , ' 1 aci cording ' . 'to (he Information, of those present , and wll i t ake pi ace ot t \ 0 °'- flce of Mr. Purvis at Fort Jefferson Station. • ' , . Sev eral bushels of potato \ seconds \ were purchased Tj y the Committee , but not many could be obtained. .. Those boug h t were disposed of-in quick time , It was pointed out that the Charity Fu nd \ . would- soon- be.cxhau s Wd unless ifddltional monies wore forthcoming. Anyone who wants to ' help In any way, however smnll , should communicate with Mr. Purvis or with ' Wells R. Rltch , President of the Chamber of Com- merce , .. W ant Kxtra Policing A petitio n signed by n number ol local ci tizens , anil sent to the Chnm- > / • (Continued on Pago 4 A 6ectlon 2) Smitktown Hun f Has a Good Rm E n joyed Sfii i atMlatin fi r 8-Mile Rid e Friday—Next Feature Schedul ed for Tuesday Ovur hills , llivmijjh pa tched of wooilr, nnd ncro, 'ui freshly, hitrrowctl farm land s , mcmlicr i i of the Smlthtown liiint rodo Inst Friday, In ono of tho most Bucccsf i ful rilns nl the Pall h ' uri tlnz scn- BOh. Tli e drag li o unds met nt 2 o ' clock on the lawn of o, R Molntyc o ' s prop- erty n t Upper Half Hollow Hills , n ne tting strangely like nn old English srio rllni f print. Here , In sli i iulnlloii of a real f oxhunt , th o hounds wore thrown Into a copse , nnd, apparently finding, streamed out across tho pnii- turo nnd onto tho property of Otto ft. Koolil. . From there tho members had n stimulat ing run of eight miles ,, with n number ot post' and vail Jumps to m a l t o t in? going Interesting, Th e first che t l t was on the property of Mrs. Tliemos Joncn , near tliu Motor Virl cwny, mid the Mcoiid on the land of T rnnlc Valentino. The Ilnlnh was on tho highest hill In the Smlthtown Mic- tion, being opinwlt e tho entrance to Ivor. ' the li nino of Clmrli i n V. Qould. ltnln , which find threatened nil iift o r- iioon, b egan to full shortly thereafter. Am ong thrci o who enjoyed the stimu- la ting run worn Mr. and Mrs. Alex- ander Ln l unnn, Mr. anil Mm, O, K. M o - Inlyr e , Mr, ami Mrs. R , E Polndoxtor , t j . Kdwn ril Dnrt o r , Mm, a, O. Mollor, Tl i omnii W. Duront , Mm Tracy ni gg liw. Min. John O, Loud, Mm, IL\ V, Upjohn , Mrs, a. 0. S leiiilii, W a lUii' B Enton , John N. Htonnvi, Mini Jmly Johniioii , Lnwrunca It. WrtUon, Q epr g o . Rou e , •Kdwnril 8, V<uiu, Mia Joa n Moortioiul, Howard MuHcury, Rlohnrd Armotioiiu nnd Chester A. Drnmun, ' F allowing tun nunc the inumber » rd- linlvcd to , O p wio lenoe Momlow Hoi» , n. tho h ' omfl vf Win MM ) ar, in , B«tiiii kcti <ot' : to»; , ; ' ; i- h , V; , {; *; :/, '/. , \ .; yv ' ' Y - !;- ' i: .]: \ R e-electe d Supervisor ] CLAVDG C. NE VHXE Armistice Day V : :. : Ser y ices Planne d Le gion Parade • . Wedne id a y. . ' • •:• Mor hing- i 3 r Mii»cte ; ' >P«rH>i§ ; 'i ; A ' rtTO- U| ^ t ^ \ fi n ^- iprogr ite , - S3 ^^ ' arranged by, ' th e Wilson -Rltclj ' Post i American Lesion , ; for Arrrilstlco , - Do y ^ They will parade in. uniforms, led by their now famous bugl a and . d rum corps , . s tarting at, about 10:15 from Hallock ave, ; When th ty reoch the monument ot Ba f num nve. they ¦will stop and a sh ort service will bo giver* At about 10:55 the siren at' the lace mill will bo blown. Then at exactly 10 :57 all local church bells will be rung. This will be tho signal for everyone to drop anything he may bo doing and stand silent for three minutes! In re- spect to . this nation ' s heroes. Thin br i ef period of i. - e spect is observe cl throughout the country. Local business people have agreed to cooperate In this matter, and everyone is osked to ob- uerve the throo minute period. .: ' Tiro mjsfiiicMdo dnnco Biyon by.th o vlil ll H school seniors: at the potaukot Community.Howie ln.it Friday oveiilns • wjin a KHC cna s ' from two standpoints , co D lnlly ' mi d: financially, - ' , ' About'f3D people wVro p renont , most or .whor l' .wo rn ' c olorful't' ostuineir;' Tho ; pita . f or tho two best cwtumos wn w Bt Von ' to it pair dressed aa lilaclt , ' <mt», Ait e i ' iii iinhsklnls, the y turned out to ¦ . ho. Tmyn'iond Dannott and hl« girl frliihcl, ' i .Tiicl e Oponc«l took tlio ' liooby pvly.o jn i v mlvtU-i rf ovoU ' ina contumo. ' . Douohnutn , ' liantlw lohea and coffee , tt'ero ser ' ved nn ii enjoyed, Tile flplo n dUl ( larico intMle was fiirnl s lJod 'h y Sollortt ' s ncv orchestra . * , ' • ' Over 100; People Enjoy Setauket H. S. Masquerad e ' John Henry l irtatul , <o y cu wi o ? Bo- tftu t l u it , 'wa n ' ftrroulo d M t o ' n day/ ' ori a ' clim ^ ot' - tlilfil degriio - .qi m nult, The campirt ln imt v tm , 'i t l i a W ( Ur)»tn l , hlji wife. - lirtatai ' pleaded oilJ l ty. before Jlid ge i R i ick Monday idulit- n i id, ' *ii» <|liort ' * II8/ ! ' r ' . v ' , \ ' ' . ' ' . ' ' /;, •> . :•¦ ,„; • / \v ' - : : ;.: > ¦ •/ , ' , ,, a i a t y ' 't / oo) W i y , ' 1 !v, nii||istii) 8, '' q t)iistiib!» ; v < J^ t « iiW ^ r« M* ¥e <^ W A r- ¦ • .i'in ' ki> ' ' '»2S' , f<»r Assau lt . , ; Tho Ropublliiun cnndld o t t m w|uH ' to expnmi thitlr , ' appreciation [lot the g nucrouii impport . thoy rccelvod ' froi]i tliu voloi's, dining , t l<la c u m- • hi if(in,w|c l ,ole()t i oW,. ' :. ' - '• 't ; ! , ,-; ' ,,, ' ,; ' ¦!' ' ¦ ;,. 1 iL M^' M «f Wv'%M^^ wMV H wWMI ^ Wh W Wp ^ V ^ I ^ 4 ^#*' W W^k tv 44 lJi , O AII D' OP TIIANK8 , ,. Teachers from oil parta of Suffolk County formed part of tho , throng of DOOO educators that mot In Carnegie Hull and Mecca Temple in Kow lYork Oil y last Friday, for tho Zone meeting of , tho southeastern section of tho Now York S tivto Teachers Association, ' O onoral tensions .woro hold In , tho morning, mid special sections in! the nftornpon touched upon' all phases of eohool . u'orj c , Roscoo 0. Craft , District Bupe fliitcnd u nt, presided at tho In- ttrmciihita Section hold in tiio Orand a i n ilroom ot tlie Hotol Powwy l vnnln , , v/liero 1600 t e ncheru niwimblod. Dod il B. Ot ft lt , principal of tho T. - , r > , ,T. s. a ciiool w b b eleotod chnlrnian of tho elementary school princi pal' s d ivision ' of tiio Adm l nifitrnMvo s oetlon for ne n fc year, Mrs. Mildred , McMurrhl ro p rc s onted Port • Jo/lemon High d ohool, , ' > ' , Duo to time lout on account of the Infantile Du rnlyalu e p ldomlo many t o hool s , Including Por t i T iifror s q ii , 8ot- au kot nnd T,-r,,J, a, did not clone no uouiil f or tho Zone ihootlng, , ' j Local Educators Present At A s sociation Meetin g Local H. S. Girls Tie Soccer Game With Patcho gue Port J efferson Fails To Score in First H alf—Makes Its Goal i n Second Period GIRLS ARE IMPROVING Fi nal Score Is 1-1—Locals 3u>pc To Beat Wcs thsmpton Beach This Af- , tcrnoon at Athletic Field ; The Port Jeff M so n High Scliool girls officially closed their soticcr season on Tuesday afternoon when they played a tie game with Patchogue , on the homo field. Patchogue succeeded In scoring the first goal early In . the game , and although the Port team was able tp bring the ball very near the Patchogu s g oal , they seemed to lack the iight that was needed to send it through. The Port Jefferson team holds the record of having lest no games -on their home field , and this along. , with a few other reasons gave the girls the necessary incentive-to go hack into the game and keep their record clean. Port made the . goal that tied the score , 1-1 hi the second halt . Thi s game was very decidedly an improve- ment over the last game with Patch- ogue which ended 3-0 in favor of Pat- chogue. ' • Patchogue now-stands first place and Is the champion of the West . End of Long Island. West Hampton High School holds: the same place In the East End. ' -These two teams will meet- each other for the championship ' , of the Island some time next .week./:it will be remembered that Port , jenjer s dri played West Hampton Beaxli l io ^ lth p champ ionship last year; . .t t was/' nec cs -. ' sa ry . at' , that , time . - toj r plo ^ r Jsw iSRnjf ^ ¦ ^ 0 ' re ' ' , 't ri ^ qu i CBUoh ' ;. coi i Hl . ' '^ .: '3B e J , t ^ af West Hampton Beach ' fi nally ¦woH . tiy ' ,a g oal scored just before the fi nt tf whistle. The Port Jetfcrson N tcam imMts West Hampton Beach again today at 3:45 p. m. at the Port Jefferson High ; School athletic field ' and . , is hi-h ones ; -of re- deeming the record of last , year. ' Playing against one of tho best foot- ball teams In the county. Port Jeffer- son lost to the strong Bay Slioro cloven 0-0 , on the high school athletic field last Saturday afternoon, The rain ol tho night ' before had m ade the field slippery and playing conditions were not ideal. In spite of this handicap, however , the teamo play- ed hnrd, aggressive football, There wn n very . little fumbling. Variety of team , play d fe aturing spec- tacular passes ' nnd nn exceptional de- fe nse were the high lights of tho after- noon. Th e local high school cl n vcn has one more homo i;ninc , mentlnft. Sayvlllo to- i uuitow iiflerw iflii . 'it - ' :,TO . -( 'dock. Tho team Is the best in several y s nrs nnd a l argo dcleiiallon should bu out to so c the game n f the season. Port Loses to Bay Shore ; Last Grid Game Tomorrow Henry sta ta h ciL p a wctt nwny vcry _ suddenly Inst Wednesday at his home on Sunny nl., St. James. He wn n Hoventy-ono years of line. Funeral ser- vices wore hold Friday inornlng from tho Church of SS. Philip and J a mo a and Inte rment wan in at- Mtcliuol' a Cemetery, Astoria, Henr y Rcichert Dies At Mis St- James Home 13 , 720 , 922 Poun ds of Cement Used In Construction of Road to Coram Within hiiothor week tho ourbinjf l through this village will be completed, nnd with that operation completed, tho P ort Jol f or s wi-Ooni m rami can bo flnlcl to bo prnctleiilly completed, nopic- M i ntnllvcn ol t hn Slide ¦wIhIi tr> thnnlc the people of this coiiiinut i lty for the fine spirit ol cooperation tli o ydisplayed throug h tho numerous JncnnvenlencoK that a hlr j lwity Job or that n\w In bound to ca iw o. Now with tho rond com p leted people w ill forgot H bnii t tiio liicoiivonlonce.i am i think r o- thur of t hu yours of llru mot orlpg t l ioy will be able to enjoy on (Ho tmw hl g liwny, Duo to Its- lino con- struction tliln road to wild by experts t<l bo ona of tho /imootho s t rldlii g litr i h \ w iy n on tiu» i s lii n d, ' ' ¦ ' ' • ¦ ' - , Borne I' a et i ,/- ' il ' or thir - U n ow j e ' d g o • <it the- ruador , ( ur l o j iii . ' a n t ^ j iwt ' . wliia 'y «nt tnto i j ]< p ' , ' , ; v : ' ' ; * >;- ( ' : ' ' ;j ! ' ' i - ' '4 i !Mh K / ' - ' - ii ^- ^ : Por t Jnffemon-Ooriim loud , a state <m- gliiMir on the Job fiiruli i lied tills ij u w/i- papcr with the following facts : About , 11, 072 ll ni ' ul ¦ toot nt storm sower, lfi to ' M liwh(!.s , lii dlnmo tin' worn Installed. Tho storm s ewnr murium lr om Iliilloek to Surf iivonura. It will takit cure of tlie nxci m rain w n t e i' not only from , the main road , but from the surr ounding territory, from wh om It will empty into n storm sower. A 'inutility of 30, 402 lini'relii or 19 , - 120 . 0 D3 ponndH or finnoi i tmw of enmont wore usoil on the Job, • Approxi m ately 11 ,000 linear feet of curbing linve linen and mo being laid. Approximately 110, 41)7.7 5 /itjiiiuo yards of c oncr eln pnvomont were laid. That iim ountK to 40 ,70(1 toiu i of co n or o tp laid on t he OV i mile rond to Coram, . Approximately 011 , 00 0 square yurdH ot mbt , a l |relnfoi;conient .Woro j iinec l li» .(lib pojiorqto. . „ \ ¦; ' : ' - ¦ ' •/ ' , ¦ ' ), ' ¦ ' ¦ ¦ ! ' , • : : ' ¦ . ' ' , ' {Mi: ' ) ' , '' •' , ' Aj W : i ' - r, i - ,i,)Ii \ :> ' '' )' . ¦; ' i ' ¦ ' ' ¦¦ ' ' . ' - The Suff olk County Itepiibllcan or- n anlziitlon secured tho election of Its Btiit o mid county ticket in tho fnco of Tu esday ' s election upset In which v ot o n . everywhere registered, their de- nim for changes in g ovom h ion t. Anft e mbtynUHi John a. Uownn of the Fir st Suffolk Dln U icl wan reoleotcd hy n miijo rlly of about 4 ,ouo, while As- i n mihlymnn I l nn i llton P. Potior of tho e econd District wiw rolumool to of- fic n liy i i p i iroxlinntcly half thiit ma- Joii t y , hi tlvi viioi) for tho county Judge- ship, tho lluiniullaiui eundlduto n i eli - Hid W. I - Ifiivkl n fi , of North ji or t , wail ( iln otud by iib o ut 2 , 000 majorit y mid , Joseph P. Wurlu . of hliulonlmrst , the R epubllcni) cantlliliito for Hherlff, wua o l ected by a Mlllhtly u niuller figure , tho dlf fnronco lar g ely roiiullliiB; from tho ' volo In Babylon and JlrooW i uvon, Uio towns i u wlileh Uio l r respective oppo- n ents Ilvo, WnrU liruku evon wltl r Ulii opi w - n u nt , A rthur liuwkliio, In liitby loii . w hereas , Klo l inrd I f itwkliio , t he ei i n t ll* duto for comit y Judge , wun defeated by iibout 200 by Judge Oliver , tho Domoorat , hi fln bylon. Jwlao Oliver lives In liabyton , . Warta nr o lto about oven In B rook i iavon tho horno town of hla o D i i ononfc , while jr«vvkln« rah about , lino jih a iul of Olivftr h i thnb Ww i wWu. ¦:. Republica ns Carr y State And County Tickets Here former County Jnd n o George If. Furmari , of Patchogue , wan elected I* the Supreme Court Tuesday along with the thirteen other candidates on the hl-liai ' tliiun llepublican mat IJini- Dc ralln tlchel. Thn r.o-o ^i led \No Donl\ ticket which emlnntcd from Brook- lyn , was li t n o reu by tlie, vast irt aj arity nf the voters Mid miidu a very pool tho wliu: nt the polls. Complete returns are n b t avnl l a h ln , but It In believed when \lliey are in, Judgo Punnan , will b e found well up with th o lenders of tho ticket, Re no i l:> from D rooklyn rue that he made a spliindld run thorn nnd wns not Inr behind Justice Laznn s ky who it, won b oliovcd would hend tiio ticket. Judge Vu rmiti) has a host of friends ami tid- mlr o ra nniong Brooklyn people who spend their summei' S on Long Island. Jud ge Furman Runs Near To p in Supreme Court Vote

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