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pmiiimiiiHiiimiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimi I COME TO SWEZEYS | fo r your 1 I BIGE LOW CARPET I I BONUS ! 1 1 ,f youTe p ten\ i ''e ,ob \r I ! |ISS«SK-- 1 1 I McCAV-fs ma gaz-nel J § i I ¦¦¦^^^^^^ ^ is * J 1 -4. lysis' » j *r * = E s 1 Purchase your new BJgelow rug I or carpet NOW and you can get § this handsome 4-piece Rogers 1 1 Tea and Coffee Silver-plated Serv- 1 § Ice ... compare at $52.50 ... I § for only $19.95! 1 s = So if you ' ve been putting off buy- | Ing that much-needed new carpet , | f come in and let us tell you how f you can get your Bigelow bonus | designed for gracious living! | You are cordially invited to visit 1 us and see our wide selection of \ quality Bigelow rugs and carpets | In the style you prefer ... at the § price you want to pay! I c 5 I RIG DEPT. I Main Floor , Rear I I SWEZEY NEWINS I 1 i 1 WEST MAIN STREET | 1 i» l T C H O G U E 1 B s § | *HummiimmmmimniuiimMmimiimiminiiiiiminiiiiiimmmiimiimi> ~ I M C C AR THY S (Hugh Perkins , Prop.) ? \ :o: \ ij Special September Sale \ < 40c OFF ON LOOSE-LEAF BINDERS \ m (Imprinted wit h Schoo l Name) ? \ 20% OFF ON ALL SCHOOL PAPER j 50% OFF ON ALL ROSARIES j < 296 East Main Street Patchogue , N. Y. ! \ Tel. GRover 5-2517 ! * i Activities of I nterest in Patchogue The Golden Age Social Club of< Patchogue held a luncheon at Tojens Restaurant Saturday. Last Thursday a p icnic was held at the home of Mrs. Martha Walt- mann. Refreshments WCL V served und games were enjoyed. The next meeting of the club will be held tonight at the Patchogue Electric Light Company in the recreation room. Mr. and Mrs . Daniel F. Lesley of Foit Myer s , Fla. . are visiting Mi s. Lessey ' s sister. Mrs. Martha Novin ski at o(i Medford Avenue. >They plan to spend the month of September here. The American Legion Auxiliary Patchogue Unit will meet at 8:lo p m. Tuesday at the Legion House on Baker Street. Miss Rita Crocitto of Patchogue Senior High School , Patchogue I nit Girl Stater , will address the meeting. Melody Susan , infant daughte. of Mr. and Mrs. Martin G. Gack oi Mastic Beach , was christened September 3 at St. Paulk Episco- pal Church. Her godparents are iier great-aunts and great-uncle , Miss Mary Putrik of Bellmore and Mr. and Mrs. William Gack of Fast M e a d o w. After the christening a buffet was held at the home of the baby ' s parents n Mastic Beach. Those present were Melod y ' s brothers , Martin , Jr.. and Timothy, her erandpa- icnts , M'r . and Mrs. Jack Moore and son . Jay, Mr. and Mrs. An- drew P. Moore and son , Darren , Mr. and M<rs. Richard Farrando and sons . Richard and Scott , and Mrs. Carl Frankel and daughtei. Devereaux , all of Patchogue; Mi. and Mrs. W i 1 1 i a m Gack and daughter , Debby, of East Meadow , Miss Mary Putrik of Bellmore and Mr. and Mrs. A. Elder and Mrs. J. II. Geddes of Mastic- Beach. A surprise birthday pai t y was gnen for Mrs. CharHtte Katen September 3 by Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Corston at their horn\ on R' chmond Avenue , North Pat- chogue. Those present were : Mrs. Katen ' s husband and son , William Katen , Sr., and William Katen , Jr., her parents and sister , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller and Claire Miller , her grandmother , Mrs. Alma Tafe and her mother- in-law , Mrs. Anna Katen. Also piesent were : Mr. Corston ' s moth- er , Mrs . George Corston , Mr. and Mrs. William Arnott , Mrs. Arthur Gerard , Mr. and Mrs. Willard Ge- lard and son , Laurence , Mr. and Mis. Josep h Schauer , Sr., and daughters , Carol Ann and Jo-Ann Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schauer , Jr. , Mr. and Mrs. William Schumann , Mr. and Mrs. Leo Casey and daughters , Patricia and There- sa , Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hoff- mann and children , Doug las and Debra Ann , Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ulrich , Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hut- ton and sons , Mrs. Esther Onez , Mrs. Mary Aston , Mrs. Helen Brewster , and Miss Florence Shep- pai d. Mis^ Judith Schenck of 106 North Ocean Avenue was given a bridal shower August ot at the home of Mrs. Daniel Reiter , 15-5 North Ocean Avenue. The hostes - ses were Mrs. Reiter , Mrs. Pat- l icia Payne and Miss K athleen Linehan. Thirty-three ladies wee piesent. Miss Schenck will be married to Dr. Robert C. Welsh of Miami , Fla., in the Congrega- tional Church , Patchogue , at 8 p, m. Saturday. The Patchogue Chap ter of Ha- dassah will hold its first meeting, a gala birthday party, at 8:.SO p m. Monday at the Temple Beth EI, Patchogue. A delig htfu l pro- gram , refreshments and gifts for all have been planned. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Arbia oi 10 Gibbons Street entertained at a barbecue August 31. Those pre- sent we re Mrs. Carmella Carda- mone and son , Joseph , Mrs. An- gelo Limoggio and children , Lau- rie Marie and Vicki Ann , Mr. and Mrs. Louis Felice and children , Louie and Lori Diane , Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Arcuri , Mr. and Mrs. John Perry and Jo-Ann Ara- bia. Miss Margaret Harding of 24b' Conklin Avenue was gue.st-of-hon- o. - at a surprise bridal shower given at the Emanuel Lutheran Church Hall August 21) . The de- cor was white with white belL- . The guests were Mesdames Rus- sell Losee , Edward Kwaak , Roland Penney, John Bornschein , Pain Goetz , Frank C-j ghhn , Charles Jett, Jack Rogers , Eugene Satter- ley, Fied Kirschenp fad , Ji., Fred Kirschenp fad , Sr., Michael Lento , Edward Gregory, Charles Roger- , Robert Kilthau , Edward Rogers Charles Frail , Loir s Milon. Ray- mond Richmond , Sr., Harold Har- ding, Patrick Treschl , William Vazqueztellez , Joseph Murnian Jack Konra d , John Quinn. Mui- ray Schneid , Ted Carber , M. Hal- lock , Elizabeth Storch , Daniel Phant and Mk-es Nueei Rogers , Judy Solberg , Beverley Hatterley. Marilyn Satteiley, Naniy Jett , Sylvia Jett , Helen Tuck< i , Jud;, Alercio , Rose Reilley, Lucy Paler- mo and Elizalx th Harding. Miss Harding will be married to Ray- mond Richmond , Jr., on October 22. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Melito of 2P South Prospect Avenue cele- brated their thirty-fifth weddin g anniversaiy September 5. The im- mediate famil y celebrated the oc- casion with a dinner at Land' s End in Sayville. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Meltio , Mr. and Mrs. Richard McDermed, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Yablonski , Anthony Melito , Janet and Dar- lene McDermed. The Ladies ' Auxiliary of the Jayne-Lattin Post 2!)13 of the Veterans of Foerign Wais , will iiold a rummage sale at (50 We. si Main Stieet fiom 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. today and tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Worth of Hialeah , Fla., returned home last w eek after spending scneial weeks with Mr. -and Mrs. A. Noble Chap- man of Carman Street and at their Summer home at Long Cove. Michael James Lane celebrated Ids fifth biithday Saturday at the home of his uncle and aunt , Mr. and Mrs . Fred A. llooley, Jr. Frank Fiala , Sr., took ihe chil- dren for a donkey ride on an old- fashioned fire engine. Among those present weie Deboiah and Diane Frabizio , Allen and Ken- neth Jones , Michele and Michael Spaccaiotella , Patty and Mark Parker , Donna Carrabus , Jeir\ Pe rry, Howard S. Rowland , Jr , Betsy Ann Pu.sins , Joanne Frabi- zio . ' Donald Kanehl and Claudia Walsh. Mrs. Minnie Anderson of luc- son , Ariz., is visiting for some time with relatives and friends in this \icinity. She vi-ited with hei son and daughter-in-law , Mr. and Mi\ . Martin Anderson and family in Bay Shore and last week spent seme time with her brother-in- law and sister , Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward A. Densing of 214 Oak Street . Patchogue. Mrs. Densing and Mrs. Andeison went to Cutch- ogue for a few days to visit their brother , Daniel Overton. Jimmy Dorsey Band Set For K of C Charity Ball The Patchogue Roller Rink on Railroad Avenue will be the scene of the fift y-eighth Annual Charity Ball of the Patchogue Council 725 , Knights of Columbus , September 23. Featured affair will be the \Fabulous Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra \ under the di- rection of Lee Castle. Featured with the \Fabulous Dorsey Or- chestra \ will be pop singer Letti Luce. Lee Castle will be playing those sweet tunes from his golden trumpet that are so famiMar and popular to those who remembei the great Dorsey sound. Lee will be conducting the orchestra. Th ; s ball , appropriate! . , entitl- ed \September in Blue \ , will see the resulting style of Jimmy Dor- sey as he struck into tne dance band era of the late 1930' s and the early 1940' s with one of the great orchestras. Emphasizing: a sweeter , more subdued approach to the top tunes of the day, Jim- my evolved his \ contrasts in mu- sic \ style. Such tunes as \Amapola , \ \Ma- ria Elena , \ \Gre en Eyes , \ \I Hear A Rhapsody, \ and ' Besame Mucho \ as recorded b y the Jim- my Dorsey Orchestra h- .ve now- become standards. Lee C- ^ tle hat. continued to produce and perpe- tuate the stvle. For an opportun'ty to attend this affair , call GRover 5-1281 for reservations. jlM«a.«.»»........ -.J,,,„ B|| „,„ B „„ > „ >B „, n „,„„ Bn ,„„ P p f , P .......»MM —.¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ »i| . The onl y locally owned and operated complete Super Market j T ^ m ^mmm\r ^ ^m mw €m^^^ mm^f A m * ^Hfir ^mmw -^** ^mam ^mmT ^ Ammw ^^m mmmBt^^^^^^ AtmmT ^ m\. ^^^fl^Hr H I ^ \kW^SUPER MARKET i i 1 \ / ^ V l OPEN DAILY 8 a.m. -6 p.m. THURS., FRI. TO 9 p.m. S j 1 '^^ ¦-» ^ MEDFORD AVENUE at SUNRISE HIGHWAY [ j \\ ¦ \ ¦\-\\\--nnnnitjxniinnjTjrinfumRnnnnnnnnr^nHi -^ \ \ s E ¦ l ib. Vac. Can , all grinds f FROZEN FOODS U.S. Gov 't. Graded S M \X\\ ELL HOUSE I I Prime & Choice ¦ ! r«f C /?o i Birds E * e 2 for 5 j Coffee 69c Strawberries 49c ^ l\|lick I u wwiM i iifn tr c I Birds Eye 1 ^^ I %^i ^* MX J i Jl\.\\\ LLL HOLSE 6-oz. iar § J a Instant Coffee 79c [ Asparagus Spears 37c ^ J ! I Kirds Ej e I S| ©QKS S j ( \MPBELL S J Fish Sticks 29c I *\* '*'* *-¦ \*¦* . j Tomato Soup 3 for 29c i Frcsh Loca i_ Gr ade A Small I &% f ^ ! S I White Eggs , 3-doz. 1.00 ( stUn ' J BROADCAST 1-lb. can I In Cartons »J| ij lk. | [ Corned Beef Hash .. 29c I I ^mW ^kkW \ \ Pillsbury Cake Mixes I ^ AXC 7 E LBERT ^ I Ne. England Style \ S / I reaches 3 lbs. z9c 1 p nt D na<lt iu 4q c ! • Double Dutch «) f| j rot Koast 1D - £ * t,c i i Devil' s Food iL «/ C i Lar ff e Sweet Ripe Honeydew S j » white Cake €a> I Melons 49c j Merkel . B Smokcd Boneless I j • chocolate r u d K ei9-oz. P kg. j FANcy gwEET I Tenderloin Butts lb. 59c ! 5 NXBISCO NEW j P^atoes 3 lbs. 29c | Onion Thins .. box 33c I LAKGE WONDER j Stahlmeyer Hickory Sweet j rcj. . 37c I Peppers 2 lbs. 25c 1 Sliced Bacon lb. 59c S i B i B . . —8 S >\c issue the famous New York Yellow Trading Stamps because it offers you so much more. |! E Stop in now for your free catalogue and 30 free stamps without obligation. Bring your pink g £ register receipts in and we 'll gladly exchange them for our new Yellow Trading Stamps. I IWe Cut and Wrap Meats for Home Freezer at LOWEST PRICES 1 Grocery and frozen food prices effective thru Tues., Sept. 19. All other prices eff. weekend only. 1 BROAD FORM PERSONAL THEFT POLICY 0. xv b a t is the smallest limit of liabili» > for %\hieh insurance may be written under both sections of a Broad Form Personal Theft policj ? A. $1 , 000. Q. Formerl y thy dhided coverage rates for j ew elry, sterling s i 1 v e r i and furs w ere approximated 30 per cent higher than tho. se ior all other property. ' Wh\ has this] rate differential „ , „ , u ,• • . JO B °h Hughes been eliminated ? A. Recent statistics show that the differential is no longer j usti- fied. This is probably because new tjpes of property, .such as televi- sion sets , fun e increased the sus- ceptibility to theft of \ all other property. \ SEPT. 28 , MR. HUGHES WILL DISCUSS MORE COM- PLEX INSURANCE CLAIMS ON BROAD FORM P E RSONAL THEFT POLICY. If >ou ria\e a question on any insurance matter and want a full explanation w rite Bob Hughes of Hughes & Still , Route 25 , Centereach. Watch this column for the answer. JU 5-8048 I Bob Hughes Talks Insurance SmBam^nH^HiHaBaai ^HBBMaHiaaiai ^HaaaaMBBaKaai ^^BHHBaB South Side Lodge 493, F. & A. M., will have a sccial evening ^ at the Masonic Temp le , be West Main Stieet , Patchogue , at 8 p. m. Monday . MASONS TO MEET FALL-OUT SHELTER — Henry Bahnmuller of Farmingville looks into fall-out shelter completed this week next to Tow n Hall , Patchogue. On Monday at 2 p. m. Michael Faherty, deputy WPAC staff announcer , will beg in living for one week in cinder-block structure . He w ill make broadcasts about his experience and give his re- action to tests which he will take. Shelter has been built by town to comply with the town civil defense program. —Advance Photo Two Long Island banks Monday agreed to loan Suffolk County money at a lower interest rate , than the same banks are pay ing for county moneys on deposit. County Comptroller Frederick B. Hose , Jr., announced the two banks , the Franklin National Bank and the Long Island Trust Company, were the low bidders among 11 banks responding to the offer. The bids were for loans of up to $1 , 000 ,000, and the suc- cesslul bidders offered an interest rate of 1 .IM per cent. Banks throughout Suffolk with county funds on deposit are paying in- teiest rates of up to three pei- cent. Mr. Hose , on Monday, with the approval of the Board of Super- visors , boriowed $75 , 000 from each of the two banks for construc- tion projects at the Suffolk Com- munity College. Mr. Hose said that even though the banks are allowed tax deductions in interest payments for deposits of munici- palities , the banks would have had to charue the countv t 41 per cent interest , to break even on the loans. Interest on loans to muni- cipalities is tax free and most banks , according to authorities , are in the 53 per cent tax bracket. County Treasurer Chester Ja- cobs said the county has , on the average , between 10 and 12 mil lion dollars deposited in hanks in the county throughout the year. As important as the set of you r veil is your choice of wedding stationery. You can 't go wrong if you choose your invitationals from the fine choice stock at The Ad- vance. Always at budget prices. —Adv. Two Banks Offer Suffolk Loans At Low Interest 2.| 2-2 . 2-3 ' 2-4 * , 2-5 26 2-7 28 29 210 2 11 11 1-2 13 * '\* 1-4 15 16 1-7 IB 19 1-10 ill 112 J.13 \ «-14 MS ' M6 J 17 J-18 '->» I-M 1-21 1 -22 1-23 1-34 ^ m- « - 5^1 5-2 5-3 5-4 5-5 5-6 5-7 5-B 5-9 5-10 5-11 5-12 5.13 5-U 5-15 5-16 5-17 5-18 5-19 5-20 5-21 5-22 5-23 5-24 W \H ' ^^SK W^^ ^ j timWm%l ^^^S J^% PMIC TUHIKANIK at fiTUPBK I HI 1 JlF ^ W lir M JPk3il ES BJ SII JF WL rLUJ I nUU3AWUj OT UI nEBO I Wm ^ : Iff ^ji IJ^ ' ft J L ^ ^^^S ^ f ^ \^^ 0ver 3 ' ,;00 ,ucl( V readers have collected more than $340 , 000 in cash ^ClL- ' ^ \W ^ ' ^W ' w~> m fm ^ ^ mk iMm ^ $m ' v ^~~ jj M prixes—both large and small—since the start of New York' s easiest cash Wak ~ %& L «^I^^b» ^ <i« l ^^w# * ^^ ilE^s^ill fc. -l^' 9 ame - The winners come fro m all walks of life and all areas. And there HSb Kjlt V^^^^ S^ E;::: ; S MX, HH k ^ « Hi If A A \' ki are new winners every day! You could be next with a sing le look. 5-25 5-26 5-27 5-28 5-29 5-30 * $2 , 500 Cash Offered Dail y 2-1 , Marie Ramsev , Astoria; 2-2 , Paul Badprlan , Baldwin; 2-3 , Harriet O. Murphy, Rockville CVntre . 2^ , Eugene Dunn , Fl ush- J . S ~ PASTE ON POSTCARD AND WAIL TO: *> JnB ' ; 2-5 , Lucille Mlli pi , Weit Islip; 2 6 , Stanley W. Horton , Kew Gardens . 2 7 , Fxlna Adle , Long Island City, 2-8 . Jovph A. ^^^^^ k Social Security Numbers Baye , South Farmingdale; 2-9 , Clotlilldr Iden, Astoria; 2-10 , Gustave Fischer. Jacl.son HtlRhts . 2-11 , Joan Cuslck , Wood-idf , ^^^^^^ Box 499 New VorW AS N Y 1-1 , Herbert Sutterlln , Long Islan d City; 1-2 , Josephine Acemo , Corona; 1-3 , John Roman , Flushing . l-< . Violet Da^la . Bayslde . 11 ^^^^ , 1-5 , ' Frank A. Napoll , Jamalra; 1-6 , Marie Spizuco , Valley Stream; 1-7 . Richard T. Jones , Woodhaven; 1-8 . Dorothy Km K . Bay i j^^^^i, ucnc , e uw ,«,,«, ceriioi-rv UIIUDCD Shore; 1-9. Osrir Nicholson , Astoria; 1-10 . Isabel A Poland , W oodslde; 1-11 , Charles M. Sorensen , Douglaston; 1-12 , Katherine i>f^|^a^^t MEKc 13 WIT SOCIAL btlUKIIT NUmOtK; Ayeck ' e , Glendale; 1-13 , Dewitt JennlnRS , Jamaica; 1-14 , Julia Lamb . Doufilaston; 1-15, Raymond J. Hans , Richmond Hill; ^^^^^ feli ^m { ' 1-16 , Fannie R. Taclik , Rockville Centre; 1-17 , Richard Khrenfele , Flushing; 1-18 , Elena Candldo , Aatorta.; 1-19 , Rudoph J. §WM ^3w ' ' Querard , Levlttown; 1-20 , Mae Hoffman , Jamaica; 1-21 Howard Ackerman , East Elmhurst; 1-22 . Brlgitte Bauer . Jamaica, 1 - 23 , ^^^^^^^^ S^ 1 1 Frances Marlsak , Flushing; 1-24, Caroline Smit h , Corona; 5-1 , Charles Hofmann . Freeport; 5-2 , Frances C. LaBelle , Flushing. ^^^^^^^ ^ f 5-3 , Bernard Zoellner , Woodslde; 5-4 , Marx>iretha E. Zacharlaa , Cambria Heights; 5-5 , Donald Sutherland , Jackson Heights; lt^ lltllllllP Wy Nome 5-6 , Lillian Erlckaon , East Meadow; 5-7 , Vernon M. Powell , Levlttown; 5-8. Alma Q. Kunae . Pushing; 5-9 , Carl Paltlng, Astona, ^^^^^^^ T 5-10 , Carolyn , Holland , Springfield Gardens; 5-11, Thomas Marsh , Glendale; 5-12 , Jocelyn C. Peters , Pushing; 5-13 , Josep h A. ^^^^^^^ Address - - . Mandell , Levlttown; 5-14 , Ambrosia, Atwell , Jamaica; 5-15 , Edward Lukashewskl , Flushing ; 5-16 , Katherine Vopsl , Qlcndale , Wm$m&&& 5-17, Angelo John. Lanterl , Astoria; 5-18 , Irma S. Kogan , Great Neck; 5-19 , Andrew J. Konleczny, N. Bellmore; 5-20. Dorothy tmUamWr City Zone Srate . . . - Breck , Flushing; 5-21 , Emil Hoffman 3rd , Hempstead; 5-22 , Macedonlo Torres . Flushing; 5-23 , Stanley Helm , Great Neck; 5 24 , tf V J \' \* * j Wary L. Carey, Astoria; 5-25 , Edwin, Ferguson , Long Island City; 5-26 , Bessie Miller . Jamaica , 5-27 , Laurence Comerford . East F \ . . ^ S Mf^dnw- 5.28. Mftrv Richardson. ManhaMet: 5-29. Fred J. SchlUChtner. Woodhaven: 5-30. Anna Horn. QUeeM VUlag*. trie Mt«ber» «l Vwr Family .md YOJ fi.m a u Scnu Their SKUI iecunt> Nimlifrs. Continued from page 1 , this section other chic organizations have asked that we call a halt to this ueiaccment. I onl y hope that the Demociats wil l not make it neces- t-ary tor us to combat such ac- tions. \ ? «fc * £t MEETING — The Frank E. Rani-ome Repub lican Llub will meet at 8 p. m., todav at the Greene Avenue . North Patchog-ue Community clubhouse. Sheriff Charles Dominv will be on Irii d wil, -• >ir i oi tne candi- dates of the GOP November slate. 'J he public is invited , tteluali- ments will be served. Plans are progies^ing for the harvest dance October 14 at the Medford Bra a Ihuis. A ommittee meeting \\a> held recenlly at the home of Louis Castro of Shaber Road with Chairman We-dey Steu - i>er presiding. The < ntire Republ- ican ' -liite of candidates will be at the dance. The Advance is on sale at Hed- ges Stationery, Ace Pharmacy, Moriches Pharmacy, Slater ' s Phar- macy, Prendergast ' s Delicatessen , De Carlo ' s Grocery in Center Mo- riches. —Adv. 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