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The Watchman of the sunrise trail. (Mattituck, N.Y.) 1927-1937, April 30, 1936, Image 2

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'^he Watchman OF Z a S . TAAli^ FOUNDED In 1824 Published Ever}) Thursday^ 1 he mATTITUCK PRESS M a t t i t u c k . L. I. RIVERHEAD TRACK CONTRACT AWARDED S. S. WICKHAM Editor Subscription $2.00 a Year Advertising Rates on Appliaatlon. Bntered as Second-Clasa Matter at Mattituck Post Office Thursday, April 30, 1936 SPRING IN THE ATTIC Sprir^ is liere! And it’s about time for householders to start their The SulToIk County Agrricultural Society has awarded the, contract for the rebuilding' of the half mile racn track on h«, Fair Grounds Bhd. to the Riverhead Cement Block Co., for $3,850, The Society sold the Fair Grounds to the Riverhead Union Free School District last December for $75,000 as a site for the $644,000 Junior- Senior Central High School, the fou­ ndations for which ^re being com­ pleted, The school building is to be erected at the southerly end of the grounds, which comprise about 43 acres. The district is to lease about 36 acres of the grounds to the Agri­ cultural Society for a period of five years, with the privilege of an ad­ ditional 20 acres, for the purpose p{ continuing' thie/ Suffolk County Fair. The 84th annual fair will be held from Ang, 25 to 29th, inclu- APPLICATIONS FOR LICENSES WILL BE READY TOMORROW semi-annual housecleaning. While do- , sive. ing that, they should keep a weather eye out for the common fire hazards that multiply in homes during the winter season. Dangerous hazards can be found on every floor of the averagg home. iStart in the attic look at those dog- CITIZENSHIP IS GRANTED TO 84 FOREIGN BORN Eigthty-four men and women of foreign birth from 32 communities in Suffolk County became citizens , , , , of the United States Saturday fore- eared magazines finEern..rked books I ^ ,^6 Sup- that no one will ever road again the battered furniture you inherited jj presiding, from Aunt Millie and put out of sight as radiply as possible. By dis- There were originally 97 appli- posing of such junk, the chance of citizenship but 13 of the fire can be greatly reduced. Then come downstairs and go thr­ ough the closets. There you’ll find clothes of the 1920 vintage— worn out dust mops and cleaning rags and paraphernalia— waste matter of a do- cases were adjourned until the next term, several of the postponements being made to permit the prospect­ ive citizens to secure a better know­ ledge of the English language. The class of new citizens one of zen different kinds. Fire likes noth-'^^^*^ admitted here was addressed by Justice Furman and ing better as a starting point. The cellar probably resembles the County Clerk Frank Markvart after Deputy County Clerk William B. a t t i c - p l u s a few special hazards administered the oath. The of Its OAvn. Paints and varnishes, of-two ten found in topless cans, are usual- | examination ly mflaminable and some are actual- ceremony of naturalizat- ly explosive. Gasoline, bnezme and arrivals, a Solvents nave caused many a bier fire, i j • i u , ,, , ’ I thiTd examination session was held store them properly, if you don t ^ , * I j , , . , , to permit all those who were present want your house added to the des- 1 v -ui i. u* • i ^ d j- t eligible to obtain their final pap- AppUcations blanka for the re> newal of operators’ and chauffeurs’ licenese will be available to-morrow at the offices of the Bureau of Mot­ or Vehicles, Charles A. Harnett, Commissioner of Motor Vehicles has made an important provision on the back of the new license blanks for an individual record of any court convictions to be entered by the court or clerk of the court. Spaces are provided for the date of any offense against Vehicle and Traffic Law, the nature of the offense, the disposition of the ease and the name of the court and it location. In New York City blanks for re­ newal may be obtained Monday in any police station. Blanks for or­ iginal licenses may be secured only at the offices of the Bureau, Police agencies of this state and other states have been requested to honor at once licenses issued May 1 Or thereafter. On June 1 all drivers must be provided with licenses for the year following. SOUTHOLD DEMS INFIRMARY PATIENTS HEAR SULLIVAN i TREATED TO MOVIES^ Christian Science Now go outside. Is the grass yel- Justice Furman expressed the hope lowing are there piles of twigs and ■ that many of them were taxpayers boughs in the yard. If so, the fire and encouraged those who were not demon is lurking just around the to become such as soon as possible corner, waiting to get to work. And so it goes in homes and places of business and abandoned houses, and uncut fields. A relatively small number of ordinary hazards are res­ ponsible for the great majority of all fires. Make your spring \house cleaning” a personal fire prevention campaign as well. “•JOARD PROTESTS BAN ON SUFFOLK LABOR The Sq^olk County Board of Sup- visors adopted a resolution this week by Supervisor Frederick J. Wood of Babylon, protesting the action o f the Federal Works Progress Admin­ istration in refusing to give employ­ ment to Suffolk County men in the construction of a $300,000 auditor­ ium at the New York State School of Applied Agriculture in Farming- dale, which is a Federal aid project. Supervisor Wood pointed out that tile school of Agriculture is located in the Towns of Babylon and Hunt­ ington. The school receives its mail « t the Parmingdale postoffice, which in Nassau County and for that rea­ eon the WPA officials contend it is a Nassau County project and have tefused to give employment to Suf­ folk Cour.t 7 men, Mr. Wood said there were many of the men in Suf­ folk. on the relief rolls who were will­ ing to work and applications for jobs had been made for them on that project without success, Mr. Wood’s Tesolution was seconded by Superr’i- «or Milton L. Bums of Riverhead. saying that love of home, love of church and love of country has made this one of the great nations of the world. He urged the men and wo­ men to cherish their citizenship and to always regard the day as one of the most important in their lives. County Clerk Markvart after poin­ ting out the unlimited opportunities which United States citizenship off­ ers called on he newly naturalized residents to assume their share of responsibility and take an active in­ terest in civic affairs in order that they might lend their aid to making their respective communities better places in which to live. A California laboratory makes per­ fume extracts from fresh fruits, and even from mushrooms. “Everlasting Punishment” is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sun­ day, May 3, The Golden Text is: “There is no peace, saith the Lord, unto the wick­ ed” (Isaiah 48: 22,) Among the citations which com­ prise the Lesson-^ermon is the fol­ lowing from the Bible: “Be not de­ ceived; God is not mocked for what­ soever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. For he that soweth to his flesh shall of the flesh reap corrup- ion; but he that soweth to the spirit shall of the Spirit reap life everlast­ ing” (Galatians 6 : 7, 8 .) The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following correlative selection from the textbook o f Christian Sc­ ience, “Science knd Health with Key to the Scriptures” by Mary Baker Eddy: “Chriatiah Science commands man to master the propensities, to hold hatred in abeyance with kind­ ness, to conquer lust with chasity, revenge with charity and to overcome deceit with hohesty. This is sin’s necessity, to destroy itself” (p. 405.) BOAT GEAR AND SHINGLES ARE LOOT OF THIEVES PLAY LUCKY EVERY SATURDAY AT THE ATTITUCK T H E A T R E Corporal Tappey and State Troop­ er Kanehl of Center Moriches are in­ vestigating two thefts. They received a complaint last Thursday morning from Edward Thomas of Center Mor­ iches who discovered his 23-foot mo­ or boat anchored at the public dock at Center Moriches had been broken into between Tuesday and Thursday, Life preservers, anchor cable and the carburetor were missing. On Sat­ urday the officers received a call to Mastic Beach, where a new house is being built by John Ferrara of 63 West 65th street, New York. Six- teeft bundles of shingles which had been delivered the day before had been taken. The person who visits his family doctor once a year for an examinat­ ion rarely needs to worry * about his health. Believe it or not ... Soiled Clothing t.« Food For Moths. $25.00 CASH TO THE WINNERS More Fun Than Barrel of Monkejrs , . Have jrour winter blanket* and clothing cleaned before putting them aw a f. STORE YOUR FURS NO STORAGE CHARGE FURS INSURED UNIT SYSTEM LAUNDRY CORP. Rou^enkan FRANCIS L. HOTCHKISS Telephone Matt. 269 More than 100 members of the Southold Town Democratic Club pac­ ked the clubrooms at Cutchogue on Monday to pay honor to Charles H. Sullivan of Northport recently re­ elected county leader. Mr, Sullivan made a short address on the current political situation stressing the need of co-operation and hard work. Brief addresses were also given by James P. Cantlon, Southold Towr* Democratic leader; Mayor Ansel V, Young of Greenport and Robert H. Hairston commissioner of the Board of Elections, The occasion for the meeting was the lot of former Jus­ tice Julian Rubenstein of Riverhead, who did his usual effective job and made a witty entertaning speech besides. The newly installed officers are: John McNulty, president; Frank Stra- sser, vice-president; Gilbert Horton, secretary; William Wolosik, treasur­ er. The patients at the Suffolk Coun­ ty infirnjary at Yaphank were en­ tertained'“last Monday evening with a program of motion pictures pre* sensed bjr County Welfare Commiss- ioner-^ving Williams. The feature was “The Lost World” and this was followed by a comedy, the patients being greatly pleased with the pro­ gram and with the thoughtfulness of Commissioner Williams which made it possible. SUPERVISOR WATT’S SON HELD FOR WOMAN’S DEATH* Most of the trees damaged by recent ice storms in New York State can be repaired and speeded toward recovery by proper treatment of the wounds, the bracing of split parts, and by the fertilization of soil in early spring. Freezing of fruits and vegetables is believed to have little, if any, ill effect on their vitamins. William Watt, Jr., son of former Supervisor William Watt of Hunt- I ington was held in bail of $ 2,000 Saturday by Justice of the Peace* Toaz of Huntington on a charge of second degree manslaughter in con­ nection with the death of Mrs. Eliza­ beth Jones of Halesite of injuries suffered when she was struck by a ^ car operated by young Watt. Mrs. Jones, the daughter of Ralph Lewis, prominent Huntington build­ er and the mother of one child was roller skating on New York avenue, ^ near Mill street, Friday evening when W att’s car struck her. She was taken to the Huntington hospital by Dr. Neil Falkenburg, where she died Sat­ urday morning without regaining consciousness. * MAT. EVERY SAT - SUN. - 2:30 LUCKY every SAT.-JACKPOT TUE. SAT. SUN MAY 2-3 GINGER FRED Rogers Astaire “FoUow The Fleet” TUES. - WED. May 5-6 SPECIAL MATINEE TUESDAY 3:30 “DIONNE QUINTS\ COUNTRY DOCTOR „ Jean HERSHOLT . 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