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The Long Island advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1961-current, November 08, 1962, Image 2

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Paintings Shown In Ronk Theatre RONKONKOMA - The Ronkon- koma Theatre began an exhibition of paintings b y local artists in its outer lobby Saturday. This is the first of a series of exhib- itions to be co-sponsored with the Sachem Art Guild . Amrrg the artists repre^ »i ted in this first show are Charles Belmonte , Robert Doris , Marilyn Rlordan , Robert Stafford and Nel- louise Roth. Bruce Tommer , manager of the theatre , said \ a neighborhood i theatre should help foster the cultural activities of Its com - munity. \ The Sachem Art Guild j expressed appreciation to Mr. Tommer for his \forward step in the support of the Sachem area arts. \ SD ' wood Jr.HS Pup ils Honored at Luncheon CENTEREACH - Thomas L«- dna , principal of Dawnwood Junio r High School In Centereach , commended several students at a luncheon held in their honor. The students received invitations through recommendations by teachers of the school for out- standing accomplishment , In scholarship, sports, attitudes or school service. \These special luncheons , which were initiated last year, are in recognition of these de- serving students \ , stated Mr. Ladna. The students that atten- ded the luncheon were: Paul Varlo , Wayne Monitor , Donald Winter , James Tooker and Ei- leen McCann . Assisting Mr . Ladna In honor- ing Dawnwood ' s outstanding stu- dents was John Pavadc, Dawn- wood' s assistant principal . Zegel Promoted To Manager Of Local Miles Ralph Zegel Ralpgh Zegel , lifetime resident of Patchogue , has been promoted to manager of the Miles Shoe Store , 184 East Main Street , Patchogue. Mr. Zegel , who . married the former Miss Ann Murray, re- sides with his wife and four children at 486 Old North Ocean Avenue. He is a graduate of Patchogue High School and a member of the North Patchogue Fire Department. Area Dress Manufacturers Fined $3 , 500 For Violations of Federal Wage , Hour Law Federal Judge Matthew T. Abruzzo of the U. S. District Court , Eastern District of New York , has imposed fines total- ing $3500 on Rose-Ann Ladies Wear Corp., SeaItestDress Corp. Alinda Dress Corp., Thomas Longi and Rose Longi for vio- lations of the Federal Wage and Hour law . The firms are en- gaged in the production of ladies dresses. The defendant corporation s , Rose-Ann Ladies Wear Corp., and Sealtest Dress Corp. are located at 250 Main Street , Say- ville and the defendant corpora- tion , Alinda Dress Corp. does business at 1615 Fif th Avenue , Bay Shore. The defendant , Rose Longi is the president of all three defendant corporations . 1 nomas and Rose Longi , who are husband and wife , reside at 301 Ferndale Boulevard , Islip. The defendant corporations , Rose-Ann Ladies Wear Corp. and Sealtest Dress Corp., and the two individual defendants , Thomas and Rose Longi , pleaded guilty jto one count of a criminal in- formation which charged failure to pay time and one half the re- gular rate oi pay for all hours worked over 40 in the work week. The defendant , Alinda Dress Corp. , pleaded guilty to one count of a criminal information which charged failure to pay the statutory minimum wage. Frank B. Mercurio , regional director of the U. S. Department of Labor ' s Wage-Hour and Public Contract s Division s , under whose direction the investigation was cu iducted, disclosed that unpaid wages in the amount of $1 , 155. 67 were found due to 32 employees m theperlod from July 11 , 1958 to December 4 , 1959 . The charges were presented against the defendants by Assistant U. S. Attorney, Gil- bert A. Bond , on a recom- mendation made to the L. S . De- partment of Justice b> Solicitor of Labor , Charles Donahue. Adelphi to Honor the Late Mrs. Genevieve B. Earle GARDEN CITY- -One of Lon g Island ' s most nationally famous women, the late Mrs.Genevieve Beaver s Earle , will be honored at the Adelphi College ' s Aca- demic Homecoming and Special Convocation on campus here Sun- day A < Iri s ' dormitory. North Ha 'l , • A , ill \ be named Earle Hall a. specia l ceremonies in honor of Mrs Earle ' s. outstanding contri- butions to society. She was a graduate of Adelphi College , Class of 1907. Mrs. Earle was elected in No- vember , 1937 to the New York City Council on the Fusion and independent tickets , and was the first woman ever elected for fiv e successive two - year terms. After retiring in De- cember , 1949 , she moved to Suf- folk to make her permanent home at the historic Bell House at 33 Bellpor t Lane , Bellport , which had been her Summer home for many years. She was appointed by the Suf- folk County Board of Supervisors to the Suffolk Planning Board in 1953 , was a vice president of the board of the Bellport Memorial Library, a member of the Bellport League of Women Voters , and a member of the Bell- port Citizens Council for Public Schools. Born in New York City In 1883 , she was married to the late Wil- liam P. Earle , Jr. , in 1913. She was a partner in her husband' s firm which dealt with crude gums , chicle and rubber , until his death in 1940. She was a former di- rector of the Midwood Trust Co., and a member of the advisory committee of the Manufacturer ' s Trust Co. In 190 8 she joined the staf f of the bureau of municipal re- search and became one of the first women in America to under- take municipal research as a career. She was an Investiga- tor on the staff of the Curran Committee, which probed police conditions after the Ros enthal murder. Her studies resulted in salary Increases for patrol- men. In 1917 she organized and ser- ved as chairman of the Women ' s Committee of One Hundred for Non-Partisan Government and was appointed by New York City Mayor Mitchel as a member of the board of child welfare. From 1918 to 1920 she organ- ized and served as chairman of the board of managers of the Troop Avenue Hospital , Brook- lyn, which cared for 600 child- ren crippled in the 1916 polio epidemic. In 1920 she was a member of the Citizen ' s Committee for Al- fred E. Smith for Governor , and was vice president of the Brook - lyn Hoover Republican Com - mittee. Mayor LaGuardia appointed her a member of the board of trustees of the Brooklyn Public Library in 1934 , and as the only women member of the Charter Revision Commission in 1935. In 1936 she was cited by May- or LaGuardia for distinguished service , and in 1937 received a gold medal by the Brooklyn Down- town Association , the first woman so honored. She was designated Republican minority leader of the New York City Council in 1940 , a post she held for four terms. In 1951 , she was elected an honorary life member of the Women ' s City Club of New York City. Mrs. Earle died in a fire March 6 , 1956 , In the Bell House , home- stead of Jacob Bell , father of Thomas Bell , founder of Bellport. She is survived by a brother , Charles Gaylord Beavers of Bell- port; a sister , Mrs. Russell W. Earle , and a daughter , Mrs. Mary Earl Stanton. j 5ty? n 2 liming* ¦ , S-P-E-C- l-A-L I ! \ i BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCH DAILY ! | i ! .. AL- . 35 . tf> . $J_ . 75 : i EXCELLENT AMERICAN CUISINE I J COM PLETE DINNERS $2. 50 AND UP | I PINING and DANCING ! SA TURDAY NIGHT NOV. 10 ¦ 10'TIL CLOSING | BOBBY RICHARDS TRIO I J | C0M I N \ G \ EV ENT \ : \\ s7f .7 NOV . \\ l7 \\\ | | ~| JlsV f sf^laT C V ClirrffJ ani *\» Internotionoll y j ¦ I; fVl VAC dfl fL EefV FomoutJoxz/IIStar. 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Kneeling, from left to right are Diane Esposito , Christine Murph y, Joanne Hess , Cheryl Lynn Smith , Deborah Antonaccl , Deborah Hamilton and Kimm Banas7ak. Second row , left to right , Wendy Eberhardt , Terry Newberg, Debbie Rlchter , Dolores Lee , Doris Bankston , Deborah Swamback , Jody Lynn Banaszak , Karen Voyack , Lynn Quigley, Mary Ellen Murph y and Jodie Werner. In the rear , left to rignt , Mesdames Ray Reilly, Peter Banaszak and Frank 7ahradka. --Le Mein ' s Photo Service Land Purchase For Centereach Fire Dis. OK'd Residents of the Centereach fire district last Wednesday ap- proved a proposition for the pur- chase of a two-acre tract of land on Stony Brook Road for a sub- station of the main firehouse by a vot e of 48 to 17 . Chief Jack Dlefenbach said that the land , which is on the west side of the district , will tost $7 , 500 and will eventually accommodate* the substation , which will be able to handle calls in that part of the district. The main firehouse is in the eastern part of tne district. No date has been set for a vote on the construction of the pro- posed substation. Rev. Worley To Speak At Methodist Church Lnder the sponsorship of the Woman ' s Society of Christian Service , the Rev. Dr . Loyd F. Worl ey will speak at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Patchogue Meth- odist Church on the recent meet- ings of the World Council of Churches , that met In Nev. Del- hi , India , and which he covered as a reporter for the Hartford Times. In the early twenties , Dr . Wor- le> was pastor of the Cora m and Middle Island Churches. He is now serving as pastor of the Mary Taylor Methodist Church in Mllford , Conn. A Fellowship hour will fol- low and refreshments will be served. The public is invited. \HAVE NO FEAR SANDY'S HERE\ SP* _ 7T \ y? _ 7 Wh y Be Late ? Don ' t Hesitate ' I £ < _$ \( ' -¦J Co \ \SANDY'S\ At Your _______\ *^ 7l tt\ -— - ^ Service. 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