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The Mid-island mail. (Medford, N.Y.) 1935-1941, November 08, 1939, Image 4

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That ' s why many, like .Me;rle Oberon , star of Alex- ander Korda ' s \Over the v Moon \ in techni- color , drink fresh millc to keep energy Up, WEIGHr DOWNU SteE that every member of the family drinks fresh milk every idny. For *Ww milk redpes , food hints and other interesting'infor- mation , send the coupon below for the handsome new FREE booklet. «Ma«aanH«aniMMMaaMai -iii-i « J B UREAU OF M ILK PwBucnr , s- J Albany, N. \y „ Dept. y [ 2 • Plsoso send mo tho booklet , \Milk— m S Tho Way to Health *nd Beauty, \ JPBKE S I and postpnidi I jj Name .,, , ' J 1 Address I 2 City , State — ! J PLEASE PRINT PtAINLY J| JW THE STATE OF NEW YORK Special Sale on Roof Materials Known the World Over Rutland No-Tar-In Roofing Black ^f9 ^ in 5-gal. cans ^SC 9 gal. Barrett ' s Black *l€|e ia 5-gal. cans ^kw Ww gn\, Kant Leak Black *9 tfec in 5-gal. cans m0 WW gal. Barrett Plastic Cement Black ¦£ -f 1.59 Barrett Roll Roofing 108 Sq. Ft. to Roll Ligh t Medium Hoavy • $1.27 fl .42 - $1.57 3-Knot Roof Brush 40J(le with long handle \& Q>W <* Joseph Fiala , Inc . ^24 East Main Street Patchogue , NL Y, Phone Patchoffuo 230 Bandleader Kuhn ' s Tria l Thurs., Indictment of Theft Is Divided TWO counts in the indictment on which Fritz Kuhn , leader of the German-American bund , is to -go on trial tomorrow in General Sessions court , New Y ork , were ordered sever- ed over the week-end by Judge Saul S. Streit , on m otion of Assistant District Attorney Herman J. Mc- Carthy. .Kuhn was a frequent vis- itor to Camp Siegfried , Yaphank , since its establishment. The two counts , which will con- stitute a second indictment on which Kuhn may he tried later , accused him of stealing $8 , 907 in Bund funds out of the receipts , of a bund ' rally in Madison Square Garden last Febru- ary 20. 12-count Indictment The indictment against Kuhn as it was handed up last , May 25 charged fhim , in 12 counts , with stealing $14 , - 548 from his organization. The count s which remain as the indict- ment now stands , including four first- degree grand larceny counts , four second-degree larc eny counts and two third-degree forgery counts , aceuse Kuhn of stealing: a total of $5 , 641. Elimination of the two counts was made for the sake of expediency, Mr. McCarthy said. Peter L. F. Sab- batino , Kuhn ' s counsel , argued that the severance invalidated the indict- ment and wanted Judge Streit to let Kuhn withdraw his plea of not guilty so he could interpose a demurrer to have the indictment dismissed. In denying this motion . Judge ' # Strfeit pointed out that withdrawal of tlie plea might delay the opening of the trial by requiring the ehoosing of a .new blu e ribbon jury panel. Defense Seeks Delay \I intend to do everything m my power/' Mr. Sabbitino said , \to in- definitely pos tpone the trial of this d efendant because of the state of mind of this community , which has been aroused by newspapers to the extent that the defendant cannot procure a fair trial. \ Mr. Sabbatino later appeared . -be- fore Judge James G. Wallace , also in Special Sessions , with a motion to adjourn the trial for a \ couple of months. \ \ He added .that if the mo- tion was denied , he might go to the Supreme court with a request for a change of venue. When Kuhn ' s counsel produced newspaper clippings to substantiate liis contention that tlie public liad heen prejudiced against Kuhn , Mr. McCarthy jumped up to exclaim that the bund had been conducted by Kuhn as a \ racket. \ He showed - Judge Wallaee circulars , supposedly distrib- uted by the bund , ih one of which was the statement : \Fritz Kuhn is the bund. \ Sedking to Close Down Holbrook Railroad Station PUBLIC hearing on the question *2* . of discontinuin g the railroad .sta- tion, at Coates and Railroad avenues , Holbrook ,; will be held on November ,20 .hj?-^±he.,._jEutlh' c Senates - icbmmis sion on the petition \ 01 the Long Island Railroad- company. The. announce - men t has aroused much opposition in the ¦ -community. The hearing will be held in the State office building, 80 Centre street , New York , at 10 a. in. The daily train schedule at Hol- brook station , which was ih use even before the Ronkonkoma and Holts- ville stations , is six train s , with four of them mail carriers. The present station site was given by the Beach estate for that purpose over 50 years ago . The building, which is a small frame waiting- room , on the south side of the railroad track in Islip town , is about 25 years old and has been on ^ the present site only since last spring. Previously it had been located on the north side in Brook- haven town. The executives oi several organi- zations in Holbrook will meet to- morrow nighr in . the Community hall to discuss this petition of the Rail- road company. Figures oi l 937 9n Highway Stipt npWENTY-EIGHT of Brookhaven ¦t town ' s 35 election districts gave majorities to Highway Superintend- ent Harold F. Davis (D) of Coram in 1937 , when he won re-election by defeating Josiah Raynor (Pt) of East Moriches by a majority of over 1 , 500 votes. The 1937 Tiighway race by districts follows: District Davis , D Raynor , R 1 .; 158 199 2 :.... 153 176 3 , 221 . 175 4 273 154 5 226 95 6- 261 171 7 295 v , 115 8 . \ 353 145 9 126 ' ' 65 10 • 114 101 11 252 205 12 354 307 13 282 262 14 262 192 15 \ 161 116 16 \\ 134 175 17 211 136 lg • 154 113 19 \\' 168 202 20 . \ZZ -- .- 178 143 21 131 89 22 218 119 23 240 172 04 321 307 25 .. . ... 242 206 26 257 220 27 179 245 28 ::: 139 . 157 29 334 175 30 : Z 363 327 31 139 315 32 103 , 96 33 ; ' .. 264 87 34 99 97 35 ZZZZ 204 180 : Total s 7 ~ 572 6 , 039 Davis majority—1 , 533. Medical Auxiliar y Elects Mrs. Gardner; Activity Widespread THE third annual meeting of the Auxiliary of the S uffolk County Medical society was held \Wednesday at the Crescent club , Htotington. Dr . - Benjamin Feurenstein of Bright- waters spoke on the work being done in Suffolk county by the Cancer com- mittee. There are at present clinics in Bay Shore and Southampton hos- pitals// also complete equipment 'for treatment with x-ray and radium at the . Southside hospital , Bay Shore. Another clinic \ will soon be opened in Huntington. During the year the auxiliary has made the following donations: $25 to Drs. Marion and. Sherwood Hall for their tuberculosis hospital in Korea; $15 to the Suffolk County Red Cross; $15 to the Suffolk County . Cancer committee; $15 to the Suffolk County Tuberculosis association and $100 to the Physicians Home in New York state. Election of officers was held and Mrs. -Willetts W. Gardner of patch- ogue was chosen vice-president. The other officer s , who will take office the fir st of January are: Mrs. E. R. Hil- dreth , president; Mrs. William C. Carhart , president-elect ; Mrs. Everett S. Arnold , second vice-president; Mrs. H. Franklin Smith , recording secre- tary; Mrs. George T. Bergmann, treasurer ; Mrs. Edwin P. Kolb and Mrs. John L. Sengstack , directors for three years ; Mrs. Everett S. Ar- nold and Mrs . William C. Carhart , delegates to the state convention and Mrs. Edwin P. Kolb and Mrs. Wil- letts W. Gardn er , alternates. Local members present were Mrs. Leon J. Barber , Mrs. Willetts Wi Gardner and Mrs. Wilbur ' S. Stakes of Patchogue , Mrs. Perry : S. Horen- stein of Bellport , Mrs . Edwin P. Kolb of Holtsville and Mrs. ' Grover P.Sil- liman of Sayville. WPA Sidewalk Job , Islip Town Sponsored , Finished in Holbroofc THE construction of sidewalks in Holbrook as a Works Project Administration job , sponsored by Islip Town , was completed on Octo- ber 30. The government' s shar e is. '55 per cent and Islip is allotted 45 per cent . On Coates avenue the sidewalks extend from the Lutheran church to Lexington avenue , a distance of 300 feet , and on the hospital side of Coates - avenu e from Shelby avenue to Pauline s treet , 1 , 200 feet. 1 On Broadway avenue the sidewalks run in front of the firehouse for 600 feet , then on Patchogue road from the postoffice to the community club for 1 , 200 feet , thn from Hauser ave- nue to Terry boulevard on the east side of the avenue. These sidewalks lead to all the vital spots within the community of Holbrook. Several storm water basins were also con- structed. Charles Moran superin- tended the W. P. A: work. PENNEY STORE FEATURING SEVERAL TIMELY SPECIALS \Penney ' s Re-Elected\ is the head- ing of the advertisement of Penney ' s , 55 South Ocean avenue , - Patchogue , on page 3 , in which are listed many specials that shoppers will vote are real values In quality and price. R a ll y of Republicans At Medford Draws 500 r \THE Republican rally held at Med- *¦ ford Community hall Monday evening was attended by nearly 500 people. Speakers included Town Councilor E, Hawkins , Assessor Charles Hawkins , Judge Harold Sor- enson , Walter Nevins , Ulysses John- son , Carl Ruhland , Kenson X> . Mer- rill , Harry Paine , Preston Lyons , Quintin A. Lerch, Robert S. Still , Augu st Sehoenfeld , Jr., Mayor Charlcsi Butl ei' , - , Jr., of Patchogue , R. Ford . Hughes and Supervisor Edgar Sharp. ' President Brown and Fred Phimmer of the North Shore Repub- lican club/ William \ Kehlenbeck of Blue Point and Jules Wyllins of the 24th . district , club , werp , - . . introduced; ' . 'Edward \Pirnei president of the Medford club , opened the meeting. ' James Kehoe , co-committeeman with Mr. Pirner , was master of ceremonies. Refreshments were served by the ladies. The stage was decorated to repre- sent a miniature radio sending sta- tion and with placards , flags and bunting. Those who decorated were Edward Pirner , James Kehoe , Albert Koechel and Charles Dodt. The ladies on the refreshment committee were Mrs. Jacob Weber , Mrs. E. Pirner , Mrs. E. Herr , Mrs. George Schaecher , Mrs. A. Koechel , Mrs. J. Frace , Mrs. ' A, Engrel, Mrs. S, McGowan , Mrs. - William. Glover , Mrs. E. Theis. Music • was furnished for dancing. A large , dologation of the men stationed at ' Camp Upton enjoyed the party after the meeting was over. The 1937 Figures For Supervisor BROOKHAVEN Supervisor Edgar A. Sharp(R) of Patchogue receiv- ed a majority in 27 of the town ' s 35 districts when he ran against Robert Macintosh (D) of Bellpor t two years ago. Mr. Macintosh led in seven dis- tricts and one was showed a tie. Here is how the 1937 supervisor s race went by districts : District Macintosh , D Sharp, K 1 108 249 2 99 219 3 169 20S 4 169 244' 5 \ . ' 155 • 152 6 \ 152 266 7 208 181 8 \* 271 211 9 \ • „ 106 81 10 .. - 105 105 11 ... \ :. 179 282 12 290 357 13 ' 188 3& 14 . '\ 167 2D1 15 .. . ....„.: 130 149 16 .. . ., : 107 203 17 168 186 18 : 112 163 19 98 217 20 98 227 21 88 131 22 155 182 23 : 165 249 24 .. ..: • -. 214 416 25 188 263 26 263 . 226 27 219 224 28 107 187 29 286 • - 212 30 249 400 31 131 303 32 73 117 33 . ' ' . 198 ' 145 34 73 121 35 - 1'59 217 Totals 5 , 647 7 , 723 Sharp majority—2 , 076.

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