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The Mid-island mail. (Medford, N.Y.) 1935-1941, November 01, 1939, Image 17

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Notice is hereby give n that license number R. L. 639$ has been issued to the undersigned to sell li quor , wine and beer , at retail , under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law , in a restaurant , on the south side Union Avenue , Holbrook , Suffolk County, Long Island , for on-premises consumption. LESTE R BEDELL , South Side Union Avenue , Holbrook , New York. SCHEDULE OF REGULAR MEETINGS TO BE HELD IN THE TOWN HALL AT PATCHOGUE , N. Y. During the Month of NOVEMBER 1939 TOWN BOARD OP AUDIT NOV. 8 — 30:00 A. M, v TOWN BOARD NOV. 15 - 10:00 A. 'M. TOWN TRUSTEES NOV. 21 — 10:30 A. M. TOWN BOARD NOV. n — \ 10:00 A. M. Dated at Patchogue, N» Y. this 1st day of N ovember 1939. I ANDREW D. HAVENS , I Town Clerk of Brookhaven Town | Notice is hereby g iven that license number R. L. 6333 has been issued to the undersigned to sell liquor , wine and beer , at retail , under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law , in a res taurant , at the junction of Routes 25 and 112 at Coram , Suffolk County, Long Island , for on-premises consumption. WILLIAM J. PFUNDSTEIN , Junction of Routes 25 and 112 , Coram , New York. L. I.; Up land Season for Hunti ng Starts Today—Numerou s Rules ANOTHER phase- of the 1939.hunt- ing season get s under way on Long Island today. - - Seven a. rn. . marked the beginn- ing of open season on - woodcock , while the season on upland game , consisting of rabbits , quail , pheas- ants; squirrels and grouse or par- tridge ) will start at noon . The hours for hunting woodcock on' Long: Island extend from 7 a. m. to sunset , during' the period from November 1 to November 30*v in- clusive. The upland game and\ bird season on the island will be from November 1 to December 31 , in- clusive , the hours.for hunting such game extendin g from 7 a.. ni. to 5 p. m., except on the op ening day, when the hours extend from noon to 5 p. m. . Wild waterfowl and coot , the open season for which began ten days ago , may be hunte d from 7 a. m. to 4 p. m. The hunting .of Wilson ' s snipe or jacksnipe , rails and gallhrules , which also began ten days ago , may be done between the hours of 7 a. rn. and sun- set. The open season on wildfowl , coot , Wilson ' s snipe or jacksnipe , rails and gallinules will e ' x tend through December 5, a week-later than last year ' s season. Daily bag limits and possession limits : are . as follows : duck , except wood duck—10 in the. aggregate of all kinds , of which not more- than three of any, of more than : thre e in the aggregate may be canvass- baek , redhead , bufflehead and rud- dy; and any person at any one time may possess not more than 20- ducks in ! the aggregate of all \ kinds , of which not more than six of any one or more than six . in the aggregate may . .be c anvassback , redhead , buf- -flehead and ruddy. Geese , except Ross ' s goose , snow geese and brant—four in the aggre- gate of all kinds , - -and . any person at any one time may possess not more than eight in the aggregate of all kinds. Rials and gallinules , except sora and coot—15 in the aggregate of all kinds , • and any person at any one time may possess not more than 15 in the aggregate of all kinds . Sora—1 5 , and any person at any one time may possess not more than 15 in 'th e aggregate of all kinds. Wilson ' s snipe or Jacksnipe—1 5 , and any person at any one time may possess not more than 15. Woodcock—4 , and any person at any one time may possess not more than eight. Grouse or partridge—two In one day and 15 in open season . Rabbits—three hares or six cotton- tail rabbits in one day, or six in the aggregate. Squirrels—(black , gray and fox) five in the aggregate in one day. Pheasants—niale pheasants may only be taken ; four in one day and 30 in open season. Quail—six in one day and 40 in open season. Baiting of any kind is proliibited. Real Estate Dealings v_v / _ (Continued from page 17) MORTGA GES Nilson B H to E Berry lot 39 map Southard Babylon $3 , 000. Payne R C to Riverhead Savings Bank lot n s lan d G A Barker Quogue $4.5-00. Pesch P W to Oliver Bros lot 43 Southampton Shores $2 , 200. Parsons N C to G B Arthur lot s s Biay blvd adj land Lorbecker Mattituck. $3 , 000. Rizzr J; L to. West Hempstead Na- tional Bank * lot 15 Elwood Farm s $2 , 500. SehumsM A to I Williams lot adj land: R - A Willis Port Jefferson Sta- tion fS'OOO. Strnad A to I Williams lot adj land A Thuma Bohemia $4 , 500. Senn B to First National Bank Farming-dale lot n s rd adj land J Sammis Fort Saloriga $3 , 343.96. Scarlato J to J McMahen lot s s Railroad av at Corwith av Bridge- hampton $1 , 000. Same to same same property $1 , - 000. Schultz J to E C Schultz lot s s Anderson st at Woodbury av Hunt- ington $4;500. Soskin B to First Federal Savings & Loan lot s s Colonial rd 200 ft to New York av Smithtown Branch $3 , 100. Turner H A to I Williams lot 32 Babylon . Estates $2 , 500. T' . & S Lumber Co to H Tellman & ors lot s s Lincoln rd adj land Goldybilt Homes Patchogue $3 , 600. VanWagen en J to I Williams lot 470 & others Homeland Huntington $2 , 500. Wyatt FT to Franklin Square National B ank lots 32-34 Deer Park $3 , 343.98. Williams T to I Williams lots 71 , 72 Natures Gardens Selden $2 , 500. Wood H A to Sayville Federa l Savings . & Loan lot e s Cedar av Islip $3-000. Zimms M A to West Hempstead National Bank lot 35 & oth ers Amer- ican Venice $3 , 343.96. ASSIGNMENTS OF MORTGAGES Acklan d B D to J F DeLalla $1 , 000 . Erthal A M to M M Erthal $4 , 200. Franklin Square National Bank to Peninsula National Bank of Cedar- hurst $4 , 617.87. First National Bank East Islip to M Roselle $5 , 000. Ginocchio L to L Ginocchi o $10, - OC0. Gale-Ronci S A to E Hirst $1 , 000. Horton S A to S R Webber $700. Kohler C V to Franklin Square National Bank $3 , 343.96. Ludin A L to W C Hoehn $1 , 200. Miller T to L Kueffler $1200. , Northport Trust Co to E J Becker $1 , 500. Northport Trust Co to B E Hen- ' drickson exr $17 , 000. Neuss A exr to A Neuss $12 , 000. Peterson E H to Connecticut Mu- tual Ins Co $15 , 000. Roenne A A & ors to H J Doscher 31 , 500. ' Schlotheuber A exr to A Schloth- euber $3 , 000. Smith E B to Connecticut Mutual Ins Co $35 , 000. : Schaefer E D to Bridgehampton National B ank $3 , 000. Scardefield A M to W F McTer- man $2 ,000. Tuthill H G to R C Tuthill $21 , 261. Tellman H & ors to Oystermens Bank $3 , 600. Woodhull L W & ano exrs to L W Woodhull ' $6,650. Man and Woman Auto Operators in Crash And Both Are Hurt rpROHBijE arising from an auto- : *- mobile'wreek on Middle Coun- try road *, opposite; the* Middle**: Island cemetery, Middle ' . Island , at; 7 :20- p. m. Saturday, in which two persons were injured , will be aired before Justice of. the Peace Arthur Reich at Med- ford Thursday afternoon. Bro okhaven Town Officer Jacob Baczensky ' s report showed that the collision involved a westbound coach , operated by John MacFarland , 45 , of 101-55 109th street , Richmond Hill , and an eastbound sedan , oper- ated by Mrs. Dorothy H. Shapiro , 29 , of Bay boulevard , Mattituek. Both drivers were taken by Brook- haven Offieer Francis Fitzpatrick in a police patrol ear to Mather Mem- orial hospital , _?ort J\ efferson. Mac- Farland was attended for bruises and possible fracture of the right ankle and a bruised Hip. Mrs. Shapiro sus- tained a nose injury • and bruises of both legs. At MacFarland' s request , police said , a summons was issued to Mrs. Shapiro for appearance Thursday before Judge Reich . Patchogue C.H.S. Sgm gm TT4m cores o—o 1 le With Northport T^HE . Patchogue Catholic High * school football team held the Northport Higli school eleven to a 6—6 tie Monday on the latter ' s gridiron. The C. H. . . . S. squad was slated to play Northport' s j unior varsity, which went out on the field for the first portion of the game , but when the Patchogue boys lost no time in showing their strength by scoring their touchdown earl y in the game , then constantly holding the upper hand , the regular varsity team was rung in by the opposition. Despite this handicap, the Patch- oguers emerged with a tie score and what appeared to be a moral victory over tho stronger eleven. The Patchogue lineup— J. Curran le , T. Cullum It , G. Buck- leman lg, C. Gutman c , N. Bangel rg, V. Trypuc rt , E. Lawlor re, R. Jare- cke qb , J. Ma sem rh , R. Ohlsen lh , J. Broere fb. Superintendent Davis wants $115 , - 715 more next year than this for town road \vo»rk—a 30 per cent in- crease. Has he told you why?—Adv. Patchogue and Bay Shore Elevens Fight to Scoreless Tie in Rain Friday evening under the arc lights on the Patchogue field the Patchogue Red Eaid- ers , playing their best game of the season , held a heavily fav- ored Pay Shore eleven to a scoreless tie. Pos. Patchogue Bar Shore LE E. Yost Bunn LT Logan Kirchner LG Hughes - Brown C /ohnsen Melton RG Behme Mitchell RT Costanzo Anderson RE Shaber Ladman QB Kyle Prieje LH Donato ( Capt.) Kiernan RH Gianotti Johnson FB Pontieri Leslie (Capt.) Patchogue: Substitutions—-Densing for Hughes , F. Yost for Behme , Den- sing for Yost , T. Dioguardo for Pon- tieri. Bay Shore : J, Errickson for Ander- son , Lew&ndowski for Ladman, Referee: Smith , Umpire : Tiffany. Head Linesman : Desmond. This Friday evening the Red Raid- ers will p x lay their second home nigh t engagement of the season when they rene^v theft rivalry with Say- ville . The Patclioguers are anxious to avenge last year ' s 12-G defeat suffered at the hands of this same Sayville squad. Firemen ' s Leaguers Have Annual Dinner , Frizes Are Awarded PLAYERS and- .friends of the Brook- haven Town. Firemen ' s Baseball league , about l-OO in all , attended the league ' s annual dinner , held Saturday night at the Old Oak hotel , East Main street , Patchogue. Gustave Neuss of Yaphank , league president , Was toastmaster. A feature of the dinn er was the presentation of trophies to Brook- haven Highway dep artment , Holts- ville Fire department and Yaphank Fire department teams , and an indi- vidual trophy, the gift of. his team- mates ,, to Milton Meyers , Holtsville nurler. . The - Highway team , winner of the leagu e ' s 1939 title , received the league trophy; the Holtsville team , runner-up for the title , won the Brookjhaven Town Volunteer Fire- men ' s association trophy, for which the Highway: team was not eligible because it is not a fire dep artment team , and the Yaphank nin e , third place winner , received a special trophy contributed by the Patchogue Sport shop. Plan s were discussed for the league ' s 1940 season. Rod and Gun Club Posts Hunting Area THE . Medford Rod and . Gun -elub met at Medford hotel Monday evening with a large attendance. Since the rabbit hunting season open s today considerable activity lias been going on the past few weeks and property has been posted. A Gun club has also been organ- ized in North Patchogu e , adjacent to the Medford club, and all surround- ing territory has be en , posted. The purpose of these groups is to preserve wild life. When it is fo un d that rabbits or quail become scarce in the neigh b orhood , a closed season may be held. New stock is released regularly and special care is taken to prevent forest fires , which destroy wild life. During deep snow , birds are fed whenever possible. ' Game Protective Asso. - Holding Pheasant Trial A PHEASANT trial is scheduled for Armistice day, Saturday, No- vember 11 , on the grounds of the Brool-h aven Game Protective associa- tion at Manorville , where arrows from field headquarters at the corner of Manor road and Chichester ave- nue show the way to the grounds. ' The trial starts at 9* . -30 a. m.

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