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The Mid-island mail. (Medford, N.Y.) 1935-1941, April 17, 1940, Image 4

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' . •; Phono Sayville G20-W Mi iiwiii !-¦«¦_- i -iiiniini-i«iiit-«iii ii - « ii-M- i -»i ii iiii Work Is Commenced On Patcliogiie Hotel The work of converting the former Patehog'*ue Elks ' clubhouse , on . the northeast corner of East Main street and Maple avenue , into a modern 50- room hotel , was started on April 3 , when a crew of workmen report- ed for work on the three-story Colon- ial structure. Alteration work on the main build- ing i_ expected to be completed July 1 , and the new fireproof wing that is to be constructed will be ready for occupancy September 1... ¦ Herbert P. Austin is president of the Patchogue Hotel corporation , which will operate the hotel. Express ' Hits -Boy ' Blue Pit Slatioii; • Injuries Serious Brought to Patcfccgue , Then Taken to Hospital Joseph Smalski , 13. \Years Old , Suf- fers Fractures of Vertebrae , Arm And Ribs—Ran Across Tracks Joseph Smalski , aged 13 , of Bowne avenue and Mo^tauk highway, Blue Point , wlio was struck by a Long Island rail- road express train near Blue Point station shortly before noon Sunday, is in a s erious condition at Matlier Memorial hospital , Port Jefferson. As nearly as can be learned Iby Brookhaven Town * police , they say, young Smalski was crossing the tracks from the north side to tlie south side to join some playmates , who were engaged in a gam-e of , \ roU the barrel\ on a grassy incline at the west end of the station grounds , ad- joining CBlue Point avenue. •The express , easthound Train ;No . 14 was headed for Patchogue and does not stop at Blue Point. It was in charge of Engineer James Arnott and Conductor F. Olson , both of Rich- mond Hill. . After the accident , the train wra s brought to a stop and the injured boy was taken to Patchogue , wher e Drs. Leon J. Barber and John \W. B ennett , both pf Patchogue , were awaiting it after having been called by the police. The Patchogu e Fire Department-Community ambulance , which* was also called , arrived at the station a few moments after the train pulled in. The two physicians accompartied the boy to the hospital , wh er e it vyas found he had sustained fractures of three vertabrae at the lower end of the spine , fractures of four rib s and fractures of both bones of the right forearm. Town Police Sergeant John J_. Glover and Officer Elmer Roberts investigated. At the hospital thisvinorning, it was reported that young- ¦ Smalski' s general condition is ''improved. \ - .. ¦ ' ¦ ¦¦ 14 Schools Take Part In Ph ysical Education Show , Sayville H. S Tbe sec ond annual physical educa- tion exhibition was presented at Say- ville High school Priday night by 250 pupils of 14 elementary schools in the Secon-d Supervisory district , under the direction of the Physical Education association. The schools represented in the ex- hibition were Blue Point , East Pat- chogue , Brentwood , Medford , Holts- ville , Bohemia , Ronkonkoma, Center- each , Moriches , East Moriches , Hol- brook , West Islip, Lake R onkonkoma , Hauppaugue. The pupils participated in march- ing drills , mass calisthenics , simple dances , specialty acts , pingp ong, wrestling, ;bo_.ing and tumbling. In several dance numbers appropriate costumes were worn. The program was prepared by Charles Walter \ of Patchogue , Miss Elizabeth Ebert of Port Jefferson and Ben s Tabatclmik of Blue Point , physical education in- structor s in the various schools. A. C. Ha \ ll c*f Patchogue was piano accom- panist , accompanied by Mr. Tabat- chnik , violinist , for the country dances. Dr. G. K. Oxh ol in of Say- ville , -member of the association , was in att endance. The state supervisor of physical education , A. Muller , was also present. ' - Officers of the association are Mr. Walte r , president; Duane W. Haw- kins , principal of Medford school , vice-president; John Pearl , princi pal of Bohemia school , secretary-treas- urer. Jail Term , $100 Fin e Mailman ' s Penalty For Drunken ©riving William Hoffman of Smith street , Lake Ronkonkoma , who was arrested at Centereach a month ago on a charge of drunken driving, second of- fense , was sentenced . at Riverhead Monday by County Judge L. Barron Hill to six months in ' the county jail and fined $100. H offman told Judge Hill that he would give up drinking, to which the judge replied , \It' s too late now. \ • A month ago when Hoffman was ar- raigned before Justice of the Peace Donald W. Shaw at Bellport , he waived examination on the drunken driving charge and was ordered held for the grand j ury: At that time he commended the good police service in Centereach . Must Pay $10 Month $ft Months , Damages Auto Crash Mwry iFrecl Knoll , aged 31 , of 5 Iroquois a venae , Ronkonkoma, will receive $600 in monthly installments of $10 each from Robert Burns of 222 West 68th street , New York, under the terms of a decision handed down by Supreme Court Justice Isaac R. Swe- zey at Riverh ead on April 2. .. . The amount to be paid is for dam- ages , incurred when cars operated -by the two men collided in. Smtylitown. twb years ago. Miss Catherine iRos- coe ' , v-qged; 2|5 - of Lake avenue , Nes- cohset- , a passerig-or in the Knoll , cor , susto-i-red . a . fracture of the: right rib , Bm4 'Knoll , an injured bafck. ac- cordi-ier 'to police. Several Automobile Crashes on Patchogue Streets; Girl Injured One person was injured in a seri es of automobile -accidents investigated by Patchogue police over the week- end. The injured was -diss Mildred Hun- nicutt of Portion road , Lake Ronkon- koma , a passenger in a sedan , owned by Frank Rummel , Lake Ronkon- koma automobile dealer , and driven by his \ wife , Mrs. Ada D. Rummel , which was involved in a head-on col - lision with a pickup truck , owned and driven by Frank Tenzyeki of 248' Rider avenue , Patchogue , at 4:25 p. m. Friday on Waverly avenue , a short distance north of West Main street , Patchogue , according to -police. The report of Village Patrolman Austin Clowes sh owed that the Riira- mel sedan was northbound; and the Tenzyeki truck southbound. M iss Hunnicutt sustained a brain concus- sion and a scalj injury. At 8 p. m. Jriday, a southbound coach , owned and operated by Anton Kozofsky of Main street , Riverhead , and a northbound sedan , owned and operated by Tony Bianco of 85 Laur- el street , Patchogue , were damaged in a collision on South Ocean avenue near Gerard street , according to the report of Village . Patrolman Nprris Gilrnan. Wh en Henry O'Brien of Church street , Lake Ronkonkoma , operating a sedan , owned by his wife , Mrs. Mildred O'Brien , same address , back- ed up the vehicle on Medford avenue near East Main street , Patchogue , at 2:30 a. m. Sunday , the O'Brien car damaged a fender of a ear , owned and driven by Andrew Komorowski of 34 Bay avenue , Patchogue , which was at a standstill behind the O'Brien vehicl e , according to a report of Village Patrolman Adolph Morge. S PATCHOGUE MEAT MKT. Il3§ . 73 SO. OCEAN AVENUE ^ |___ - *' I OUR AD IS OUR BOND—WE S_LL EXACTLY AS ADVERTISED | f — OPEN FRIDAY MIGHTS UNTIL 8 P. 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