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The Mid-island mail. (Medford, N.Y.) 1935-1941, October 02, 1940, Image 1

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, ^V; ' \ \¦¦ ;- ¦ \ , / • : ' ' ' ¦- ¦ ' .' • ' • ' ¦ v\j \ ¦ * . ' . . ' ' , \\ ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' ¦¦ ' ' \\ - — - ' ' J ' . ' - V . — : —: \—\ — ~ : — : : : : —— --< _ > STORT- \ ON PAGE 2 T*£ril <3^ Camp Upton Top—Many board-side , canvas-top sleeping quarters for 19Sth Coast Artillery, Anti-aircraft , from Dela- ware. Left center—Working at field kitchen ; right—Company street close-up. Bottom—Bulldozers level- ling land , tent frames under con- struction in background. Emp ty Coram Fi rehouse Is Bid In For Fraction of Va lue at Auctio n Before an audience of about a half- dozen persons , the large brick and concrete block building that served as headquarters for Coram ' s volun- teer firemen for seven years , up to a year ago , was sold at auction Satur- day morning on the st«ps of the Pat- chogu e postoffice. Attorney Carl H. Hoffmann , of Fatchogu e , as referee , conducted the brief sale , at which tlie commodious building and the site/ 100 by 200 feet , on Patchogue-Port Jefferson road below Middle Country road , were purchased by Mrs. M<jllie Golden of Brooklyn , 'through her attorney, Abraham L, Siegel of New Yorlc , who offered the only bid , a nominal figure of $1 , 000. ' .., The sale was the result of a fore- closure action brought by Mrs. Gold- en against the , \Coiam Volunteer Fire Department , Ino., the Bowen Realty . Syndicate , Inc., the Bangert Electric Company; Inc., and ' thc -Peo- ple of the State of New York. \ ; 'Mi' . Siegel ; later explained that Mrs. Golden, who ' already, has a pros- pective buyer; fpr tlie building, ori- ginally held a , mortgage of $4 , 000 on the building, and that the incorporat- ed' fire department had paid $1215 to- ward tho principal. ; Interest on the mortgage; 'he said , had been in de- ; fi, ^Continued pn ,.R, ago , 2) . \ ,., ' , ' V.F*W . Conference Urged to Oppose U. S. Foreign War Flag : >Set» \ ' • an d . Cqnstitutiori Resented to Hotel Veterans and Auxiliaries ^ Island Counties Meet nt Patcliogue -- Parade Precedes Meeting There should &e no let T doWn in the effort to keep the United States out of foreign conflict and free from en- tangling alliances , was the substance of a talk given by ' Paul S. Lawrence of Valley Stream , senior vice-com- mander of the New York Dep artment , Veteran s , of Foreign Wars , on Sunday (Cpi)tt^ued , ' on paire d2) LAKE^OISKI I$GMT (-RANTED Installation of ' ty ' street ' U ght ' .at Hawkins ;: and Carlson avenues , Lake Ronkpnkomay as proposed in a , peti - tion , . containing'th e signatures of ten Lake Ronkonkoma residents, : was ap* proved by the Bypolthaven Town board laiat- v/eeka; Thp pbtition signers were , Mrq. • A. ,Ma< , soti >,. D . aniel: : ' . A. ' - , Scibert , Jr., ryrrs. ' Ii)aniel>< A, Selborti Sr,, Al- fred; ;Kunach , Oliyir Ealeinelli, Mrs, Lilli an'DeVole , Joseph .Fish , Mrs. K, Bruno; J, fti : Paliher , (tad Geza Adam, Next-door Neighb ors Will Finish Their Battle in the Court Two next-door neighbors on _?ine r dale , avenue , Farmingville , are the principals in a second degree assault case that came before Justice of the Peace Donald W. Shaw of Bellport Sunday, r and was adjourned until October 18. ¦ . „ <¦ The case , according to police , in- volves Mrs. Olgti Mayer , aged 28 , who was arrested on complaint of Mrs. Janka Mayer; . no relation , who charged that Mrs, Qlga Mayer en- tered her , home last Friday and beat and Incited her : while she lay in bed. Mrs. ' Janka Mayer contends that as a result of thb attack , she sustained _ a possible fracture of the skull , pos- sible fracture of the * collarbone and ajblack' eye. \ ' v ' Mrs. ' - „ Olga '/Mayer ,:jdbiied tho accu- sation before , J^d^eSS haw ai) d was; .released, •ih ' $l |QP0^*bail , pending ex- amination, onv ,; (0' l_tB)- ' ev^: : l$; ';. ' ' '-;.iBiook-! . haven Town Police Chief Edward N. Bridge , made , thief ^rrefl^ . 'V- , \ ' „ ' , v i Worlds Fair Tickets Given by Merchants In Mid-Island Are a Winning Coupons \Will Entitle Hold- ers to Free Admission to Fair and 16 Outstanding Amusements In co-operation with The Mid-I s- land Mail , the merchants of the mid- island territory are offering free books of tickets to the New York World' s Fair. These books , each with a value of $8.20 , contain two free tickets of admission ,. two free parking field tickets , and two free ticket s to \Amer- ican Jubilee , \ \Perisphere \ and 14 other outstanding attractions at the fair. (Continued on pagr© 5) ST O RIES O N IN S IDE ¦ ' • - ' - , . page ' Proposed Tow n and Highway Budgets 3 Woman Held on Old Charge 8 •Soldiers Going: to Georgia .. Lfl ¦ Probation System Renamed 11 , Town Firemen ' s Asso. Has 100 p.c. Membership 12 Sports , 13 Real Estate D ealings 14 $>¦ ,: ¦; ' ¦ ¦¦¦¦¦ :. - '¦¦' , \— , . . „ • ; ¦ , . ¦ . . I- ' I <£> ¦

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