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ivJL lS13il€l* ' - 'l' U MMl -«f A three-run rally in the eighth put Manorville nine on top in a Brook- haven Town Fireman ' s league game on their- home diamond Sunday , and on top they stayed in taking the con- test .from Middle Island , . 10—9. . Carlough hurled for Manorvill e, allowing 11 hits , three ol them hom- ers by Nowaski , Ginimbler and Walk- er. ' •Schumcbyk , Manorvill e keystone- sacker , ,also poled a four-bagger for one of his team ' s nine hits. Middle I. ab r h|Manorville ab r h Russin . cf i 0 OlMagnani-lf 4 3 2 Carrilus 1 0 01Sehumcliyk , 2b 2 3 J .Lawrence . lb 4 1 llH. Beek«r , 3b 5 12 Jaeunski , 2b 5 1 2lMurdock , c 4 12 Nowailki , 3b 5 2 . llF. Beeker.cf 4 0 0 Waski .p , 1 1 -1 PolJack,-ss 4 0 1 Scholeonhous . c 3 0 1 Wilcenslci . rf 3 0 0 Gimmblcr . c . ss l 2 2 CarlougJi .p 4 0 0 Haff . ss . -p -1 0 1 ICaloski. lb 3 .2 1 Walker , rf .11 Neuss . lf S 1 ' 1 Buniski 1 0 01 Totals -39 9 111 Totals 33 10 9 Middle 1 030 .10320 0— 9 ¦Manorville .... 2 0 3 10 0 13 »—¦10 :Enns -batted in—Lawrence Jaeunskj , No- wask i , Scholgonhous; Gimmbler 2 . . HoiT , -Walk- er 2 ; Schumch:)k 4 , -Becker, Murdock , Pollack 2. Errors—Jactinski 2 , Nowaski , Scholffon- lious ; SchumchyS , F. Beelier , :Pollack , Kaloski. Two \base hits—M-agnaiii. Home runs—No- ¦wask i , Gimmbler , Walker , Schurnchyk , Base on lalls—-Holf 4 , Garlou(?h. 2 . Strikeouts — Waski .4, Holt 6 , Carlough 5. Stolen bases— Murdock, Kaloski , Jacunski, Gimmbler. Win- iiii!B jiitiiher—JEC. Carlough ; losing pitcher— Hofi. ' Wmk Paielop e Topples Higiway fftae iThe West Patchogue A. C. put on some scorin g sfceniiarii- , g&iis ,m the secon d aiming of .a game before a record crowd, oxiy - Weidner ' s iMd , Ho^tr. Pat- chogue , Sunday, then Md rfche I e a gu _ - leanimg Brooik-iaven High-way mtie at -bay In order to ' . 'iwin an important Soirth i SKo-r .e league gp me. The S—3 victory put West Patch- ogu e closer to. the 'heels of . -the High- ' : way men , with the possibilty of! bripging a first-place tie -next week . : West Patchogue ' s five-run rally in; the second stanza was .aided by ai hoin e run hy 1-ruckdrjiver Lefty Nis- : tad , who clouted the . pill over the . - centerfield flagp ole -with -two mates aboard. ©umont , Highway ' s -first saciker , and Tommy Eeilly, West Pats ' shortstop , did wiell at the hat , each getting three hit s In- if our. tnies, 1R.oor ney, Highway - leftfielder!. walloped a homer in the second , with one oh base, i . \ Johnny Bukowski , West Pat' s I juxler , Jcept the six Highway hits scattered. West Patchogue collected ten Kits off Sammy Bunn , Hi g hway mound magician. Four of the latter hits icarae in the second . • Next Sunday, the Huntington Braves will meet West Patchogue on the Waverl y Avenue diamond , while Highway will go to Sayville. Jf West Patchogue wins and Hig hway loses , .a first-plaee tie b etween the two teams for the first half -season will result. Highway ab r h W. Pat. A. ?C. ab r li Sells . ss 4 0 0 , T . Eeilly. ss 4 13 Anc _ risani , 2b 4 1 1 Luce . lf 2 0 0 Ro»ney, i£ 4 1. 1 Fetcher .Sb 3 10 Scesn-ey.rf 4 0 .1 Nistad . -lb 3 2 1 Dunaont . lb 4 0 '3 Bamish . rf 4 0 2 Tex5er;o , 3b 4 0 Q Scotto , 2b 5 0 0 Kentuffib . c 4 0 0 J.,Rei!ly, lf ,3b 4 t 2 Hoeffner . cf 3 1 0 Cardamone . c 3 0 0 Bunth.p 3 0 0 McMahon .cf ' 3 t 2 Musso 10 0 Ruko-wski . n 4 0 0 Totals . 35 3 61 Totals 36 610 Brockhavei- .... 02 0 0 10 0 0 0—8 W. -Eat. A. . -C. .... 0 S 0, 0 0 0 0 0 1—6 Errors—Soils , Fletcher. -Home runs—NisUd , Rooney. Snerifiee- hits—-Cardanionc , Scotto. Two base Jits—M-cMahon , T. Reilly. Tlu'ee base 'hits--Ai-drisani , -Dumont. Stolen bases— v T. Jleilly 2 , ,1 . -Reilly 1 , Nistad , \Ba. *n>ah , Duhiont. .First on balls—oil Bunn 4; off Eukowaki 1. SlruciJc out— .by Bunn 5. by West Pat. to . Left on bases — Brookiiaven 3. West Pat. HO. Ea_nc<l runs — Brookhaven '3, West Pat. C. Dowble plays—Reilly, Nistad, jr Cardiirnone. Hit \ biy pftcher—-Nistad. Scorer— ^Ijarriih-ont, Umpire—Hunt. Nmili Immig Rall y : , .Ess^aLfel- es: M.esc-cef]jtsef. ' lo fop Coram, 4-2 Going into -the ninth at the annoy- ing end of a 2—1 score , the Nescon- set -nine -waged a three-run rally and •defeated the Coram team , 4—2 in a 'Western Suffolk . league .game Sun- day at Coram, Terjesen, who hurled /Nesconset to victory, also accounted for a double pl ay In a tight :spot in the fifth , wh . en he grabbed a line: -drive . and doubled a runner off third. ReicWing, Nesconset first sacker , made .an unassisted double play in the i ; sixth. 'Nejscoiivset ab r :hpo Cora m ah r h pa OJNiei. ss - 4 .0 2 1 W.Til'hast .c 4 0 1 10 W.Dbn 'ly. Sb 4 2 0 .2 M.Til'hast ,p '410 1 ' .E.Dori!ly, cf A 1 1 1 Brown , 2b 4 12 5 T.eadwell, 2b 4 12 0 GIadysz , 3b 3 0 11 Terjesen .p 4 0 11 Duch' ski , cf 3 0 0 1 Havlock . rf 4 0 10 Byrhes.ss 4 0 0 0 Olson.c 4 0 0 6 JSdwards . lb 4 0 0 . 8 R*ichling, lb 3 0 014 Fingar . lf ' 4 0 0 1 Drost . lf 3 0 0 2 I3onk , rf .3010 . Totals 34 4 6 27 Totals 33 2 5 27 'Nesconset 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 3—4 Coram .... ' 0 .0 1 0 0 0 0 .1 0—2 Assists—O'Neil , Donnelly, Treadwell , Te r- je sen 7 , Olson 3; Byrnes , W. Tillinghas t 2 , M. Tilling-hasf 5 , Brown 2 , Giadysz 2. T-wo base hits—W. Tillinghast 1. Runs batted in— Donnelly 1 , Treadwell 1 , Hallock 1 , Giadysz 1. Stolen bases—M. .Tillinghast 2 , Bonk'l , W. Donnelly 1 , R. Treadwell . 1. First on balls— off terjesen 2; off M ' . TilliriKhast 0. Struck out—by Teiyesen-8 : by M. Tillinghast 10. Left on bases—- .^Nesconset 3 , Coram . 6. Earned runs -—Nesconset 1 , Coram 0. Passed balls—-Olson 1. Double plays — Terjesen , W. - Donnelly ; Reic-ilinc -unassisted ; W. Tillinghast , Brown. Errors—W . Donnelly, E. jDonnelly, Havlock , Olson 2; .Brown , Byrnes 2. Scorer—McManus. Umpire—Tbomas. Rffdew Police Anil Equipment The annual summer inspection of the Brookhaven Town police force was . held -at Weidner ' s park , 'North Patchogue , Friday afternoon , when 28 of the 25 members of the force , along with their motorized equipment , were reviewed by Supervisor Edgar A. Sharp and other members of the Town board. The motorized equipment consisted of the private cars owned by the various individual officers and the four new radio-equipped ears, which were pm*chased by the town recentl y -to replace those used during the past year. Besides fhe vehicular equipment , aiot guns , inhalators , first aid kits and oxygen tanks were on display. Among those taking part in the re- view were Justices of the Peace Phil- app A. Hattemer , Walter 11. Kevins , Arthur A. Reich and Donald W. ShaAv. Hagerman Trips Suffolk Giants The Hagerman nine nosed out the Suffolk Giants , 6—.5 , in a Brookhaven Town Firemen ' s league game Sunday on the Hagerman diamond. Chris Newham wont the route for the Hag- erman , allowing fiv e hits , wh il e his teammates amassed six off Brown , Giants ' moundsman, KaKcimmt al» r lilfiinnts ab r h Clnis. Miller , ss li 0 1 B. Hart , 3b 5 10 Garruppo . c 5 . 0 -0 .]?. HHrt , 2b 5 0 0 .Getiu-<l , 2b .1 . 1 1 Tr. cad.w . eU . BS .5 2 1 C. Stejihaiii ,_j . .| 2 fl llrown .p 5 12 Palermo . lb 3 1 <1 JJrasicr . lb 5 0 0 01. Malw. lf 2 1 1 Milton , c 4 0 1 Sml th . rf -I 1 2 Jaukson . of 4 0 ,0 ¦B. Stephnni , 3b 3 0 1 llines . l- * 2 0 0 NcwhnmiP - S 0 ¦O -H. -Hnrt.rf 2 0 0 Adamite 10 0 tl. 'Trcadwell fi 1 1 Deyito 10 0 Totals 39 6 6| Total- 42 5 5 Two base lifts—.G. Smith , Treadwoll. Scorer —-Drmml, \Umpire—Molson. Military Training Offered Businessmen . The United States Army announc- es that a special course for the train- ing of 500 business and professional nien in military training eamp will be established in the - Second Corps Area during the period July 5-~ August 3 , at Plattsburg Barracks. Men between the ages of , 25 to 50 years , inclusive , will be offered the opportunity to attend tho special military course. Those accepted will provide transportation at their own •expense and pay for' their own meiils al the army ration rate. Regular Army uniforms' and equipment will ibe used . Training\ and administration •will be conducted by army and re- .serve personnel. No obligation rests upon these trainee s for further military service and no commissions will be granted. Applications to attend will be re- ceived hy county chairmen of the Military Training Camps association YJLi cut. R. ID; Howell , Babylon) or at the military headquarters' in chiding Room 1304 , 90 . Church street , Now York City. .. •- . ' , Holtsville Trims Medford' s Sails , Ten-hming Gam*. , 1 The Holtsville baseball team de- feated Medford , 4— \3 , in a ten -inning, nip-and-tu ck battle in the Brookhav - en Town Firemen ' s league Sunday on the Holtsville field , Kemp, with three hits , and Eherh^r t , with two , includ- ¦ v ing a homer , led the batting activ- ities for Holtsville to give Scott , their hurler , another victory. Medford ub r h va' Holtsville nb r h *j»o Mnsom . lf . .312 2 Phillips , 3b 5 0 <0 2 Colemnn. us 8 0 0 1 Eberhart . ss 4 2 2 0 » , Scesney . Sb 5 0 .1 1 iHope . rJ. 3 0 10 Still .ll) 5 0 19 Dentel. lt 3 110 Sco.tt ,i) 5 0 1 0 J. Meye r ,p, cf 4 0 0 2 Hutlnk . irf .cf 4 0; 0 3 KoniP. -lb 4 1 3 1*5 D. Hopc . c 4 0 211 M.Meyer , cf ,p.3 Oil CoTin_ !ly, 2b 4. 1 0 3 C. Smitli , 2b 4 0 0-1 Hnrt . cf . 3 1 ,0 0 Mitchclllc 4 0 1 « j ^ MistleT . cf . vC 10 0 0 Totnls \37 3 7 30 Totals U4 0 ' 3O Holtsville .... 1 . 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1—«1 Medford ...,., I - 1 0 0 0j0 10 0 0—3 Assists—Scott ,2 , 1). -Hope 3 , CDnnclly 3.; Phillips, 2 , ,J3ljBi*linvt P , J. . -Meyer A , M. Mcycr.2. C. Smith 3, M-IUjhell 4, -Home - inia—Bborhivvt. Two Uaao hits—Hope. Evj. \ova—D . Hone 3; Eborhwt , 3, J, Mcyojr , ]M, IVltiycr , Mitcholl . First on t t (illa—ofl! Scott 4 ,; olt J, Mcycv 3 , M. Rosier ¦<) , ¦ BtVucl t o\it-~by Scott 11; by J. Meyer 9 , M, \ .Meyer 8, Double t>l«y-a-*-M. Meyer to MiUhol to* Komp. , Scorer—^Smltli, Umpiue—Ottlfw; . . Selde n Cards . Beat St James Team 21-12 The Selden Cardinals gained their fiffth straigh t victory in a game with St.i James , score 21—12. A home run by Aldrich was the highlight of the . -game. The leading hitters were Mil- ler and Spencer with ' five and four resp ectively. Selden ab r It Bi. Jumcs ab I Ii MelimUi. vt 5 2 2 Pcdvo.ll' 4 2 2 iG. Grlpnoii .lb . c i. 1 0 . Mcaaann. c 4 1 1 Torvy, 2b 5 1 1 l?L«ii.V,b en , 8b <1 - « AldHch , 31i 5 3 3 MoCnrthy. cf 5 3 3 .Mlllcr . ss 5 «- -G .Lnnd.2b 5 11 Bpcivnor ,p l> 2 l-Cnrluon.aa 5 1 2 SnCaiicer .lV' 5 3 4 'Failk . rf .. 4 2 2 Cpller. , ef 8 2 1 Cillespie . lb 4 0 0 Si. (5rS«»ion ,U 8 B 0 Kamapii-.i) 2 0 0 KdlfCP - 2 11 Tdtnlp, ' 40 21 * 171 Totals 30 1? 12 SdUlen .,„.„ 0 8 -4 0 12 S 2 0—21 JSU Jnnje a ,;.;.... - 0 3, 1 2 IX 0 0-rrl2 ' ¦ ¦ .;. \ ¦ ¦ ¦ •#;¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ L . Nesconset 1 ,.„..,.„.. • .>.. 6 1 Stony , Broolt ,.,....,,....,... 0 1 Coram ; .<.„......,.... 3 3 Mt, Sinai ............................. 2 • 4 'vyy'Sol^n,,.,^**..: ..,-^.,'..,...,.: ,,. i)2i . 5; . . Gentoreach ; .......,..„..:....... ,. . 1 ¦ .(5 ¦ •;¦ ' • • ¦ ¦ ' -;* : ' : , SiMi.*day i ' a Results 1 • , Wfe ' scwfiet j 4,ilCoram 2 ¦ ' • -: •¦ .JfeojtiyUrpplc ytfi , Sejfjleit 1, • • ' . ' Ai Mt. filial S,, :;Coni;ereach .;Q. . ; Games ' Mti SiijrttUy, , ; • Nepcon-aot at CohUr&ach•: , ¦- . - ¦ ¦ ' ¦ ¦ \ ' : .iAA .:. Cpijam iat -SStciny Brook i ' 4 A ' : . . AAA 1 YY Y Soldosiyftti. Mti:^inai - 4 ¦; ,; ^-iy. - ' ¦¦ ' . ' ¦ -(: .. ' ¦ .' . ¦ i > ' , ¦ - ¦ ' - . ' . ' . ' . •? ' (• - . .. , ' > . ' - . ' .;i ¦ ¦ -... ¦ ... , - .c . - - . . ;; ' „ ¦ .i, '. -;- ¦., - , ¦ ., ' ¦ • ' . • - .. -.; '' . yMW'fe WESTISftN SpFFQLK ' A ' i\tkf iiW r $wmm ' ;• A-- t.^AA-t-.-i *.- A A .AaKAaU.AA.tJ. ai , 4 ir* jj, i : £ij L A * J * TOWN OF BROOKHAVEN Births- June 14-r-A son , Edward Allan , Jr., to Edward and Marion Maeder Sny- der , East Patchogue. June 16—A daughter , Patricia Jane , to Lee and Margaret Davi s Cosier , • Port Jefferson , in \ Mather Memorial hospital , Port Jeff erson. June 18— A son , ' Robert James , to Williain and Gertrude Domas Mar- esca , Lak e Ronkonkoma , in Mather Memorial hospital. Marriage Licenses— June If—John. Lyg-a , New York , and Esther Mae La Hue , 47 Roe boule- vard , east , Patchogue. Married June 18 at iBellport by the Rev. W. Robert Hampshire; witnesses—Rob- ert C. Baylis and Barbara M. Bay- lis. June .20—Thomas Langdon Cheney, Ohio , and Anne Middleton Su-ydam , Blue Point- Married Jdne '22 at Sayville by the Rev. Joseph Bond; witnesses—CPerry K. Clarh and Eliz- abeth S. Moore, June 20-YFrederick O'Donnell , Port Jefferson and Viola Joann D'An- gelo , Port Jefferson Station. June 22—Otto Vogel , Wyandanch , and Mrs. -Charlotte Sieverts , Morris av enue , Patchogu e. Deaths— June 15—Mrs . Minnie Mark , 52 , and husband , Ira S. Mark , .54 , Wood- mere; accidentally drowne d whe n tlieir automobile ran off the high- way into Long Island sound at Sound Beach. June 18—Anthony . J. Herb e , 52 , Bo- hemia , in Suffolk sanatorium , Holtsville. June 18—Alex LaValle , 26 , 7 Waverl y Park , Patchogue. June 18—Mrs. Mae Parker , 61 , Holts- ville , in Suffolk sanatorium. June 19—Mrs. ICathryn Hand Brew- ster , 77 , Port Jefferson. June 21—Rosario Gahibino , 70 , Cop- iague , in Suffolk infirmary, Yap- hank. June 23—-Louis Rittk e , 68, Smithtown Branch , in Yaphank infirmary. VILLAGE OF PATCHOGUE Births- June -22 — A daughter , Bernadette Theresa , to Donald and Bernadette Goebel Willis , 331 South Ocean avenue. Deaths— June 16—Lewis C. Wicks , 84 , 34 Wi g- gins avenue. June 1 8—Mrs. Sadie H. Thompson , 74 , 71 Lake street. June .21—Mrs. Helen A. Bobbins , 96 , Northport , at 225 East Main street. ¦^SSS^Si sm . Igzf r WHAT TO DO-*^ - g^^ . —r \\¦ • ¦¦ '' s i . \ --- ' ' ' -¦ • : ¦¦¦ ' .¦¦ . ' -— r . i . - . ¦¦ ; ... . .; . .. r .... l ,;~., ..... .- - ! .. v ; ; ' ' • ' ' ; ' ¦ - ' ¦¦ » •¦ _ -iiliii»iiiimiiiii«iiiiiiiiiiii«itiii iiiiBimiiiiiiiiiuiii«iiiiiiiiiiii»iii5 : . ¦ ¦ . - . AT .STW ¦ ¦ ' i I ' Rpgji5tej' ,eil i-Bii slish Bulldog | |i i Siped , Jby . Iiii po r rtpd Spring | |: • '/ . .Governor A. i.. ' 'C. - ' • g I- , '/j { A r TES REASONAB1.]- ' • '| F : .fmE& WALTERS \ I lYi) ¦¦ - ; ; JV!l!DiBli-. :. . IStAi^n ' , yy ' . ' v ' -l |; 'i' v i:[;. 'Oiol, -¥fti>han-l. 4M-$# f -: . .y| irfi»iiiiiii i . iiiiii|i ' »iiiii !iii«ii»i iiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiii (iiS . ' ¦ ¦!' • ' ' .. : . : ' . ' . 'V v. '\ '' -/: \f- ' ; \ . ' ' ¦ ' ¦'\ • ; ' ¦ ¦ ' • ¦ .. ' . ' ' :. ' ' ¦ ' . : ' . ¦ , ¦ ,,;¦ ' - . . . ' . ' ¦¦A :'/\\/- , . ' .i ¦ '¦¦ ,/ ¦ , - . . ¦ . • ¦ ' . -• . ¦ ' ¦ ¦ . . ¦!¦ ¦ , • .:- ¦ •: ¦/. . • .¦ ¦ ,¦ - . v,- -; ' u-- ' . ; JOB PLACEMENTS SHOW BIG RISE IN THE STATE The greatest number of placements in private industry in any month since 191fl were made by the New York State Employment service dur- ing May, when 26 , 004 applicants were returned to work , according to a report of Industrial Commis- sioner Frieda S. Miller. Compared w ith M ay. of last year , private place- ments rose 41 per cent. The 26 per cent advance in private placements over April was substantially greater than the usual seasonal rise exper- ienced over these month s by the state service. In Suffolk , through the Patchogue office , 93 app licants were returned to work , 81 in private and 12 in public employment. The Nassau and Suff olk total for May was 955 , private employment being found for 870 , and public , work i' or 85 persons, 'Itt JiMCE WEDNESDAY , JLHt-Y 3 j ' M^B r -niE ; ¦ ¦ il^TO'S :C- t«I»Ml> Keystone Orchestra Lake Drive , Selden Erl<»ll«»|.^ll^ll«''»«I^INl»IH^««*(>Wl|^ll«^CI«»^^ BEVERLY iEAGH PA^IlilGN MONSTER LAKE RON KONKOMA A 1WI ATFI IR MITF B Hcpr on Tftp ^- . Jtc_re8lHneiits AMAICVK miC! Clean aiitl Sttfe Bathln« ^- Lo-kcm JULY 4 S -- , ' Btiiuh 1 Pii\yiIog<JS ' ~ BiidfiOt Liutchcs . , , . w | ¦: - . ^UfieB .'Aceommo.lated , * , ;: ' ,: ,;¦ ;¦ ,; , - , :¦ . .if ' ,^^?!>?»:;f? , ¦?, * ,. ' , ' .1

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