PAGE TWO LONG ISLAND TRAVELER-WATCHMAN THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1975 ELIH Community Council Has Need Of Volunteers In East Marion, the annual appeal drive of the Community Council for Eastern Long Island Hospital is headed by, left, the Reverend Martin Steege and Samuel Sloan, Jr. The drive slated to start August 11 in six North Fork areas and Shelter Island is to raise $300,000, the net operating deficit of the hospital anticipated for 1975. East Marion’s fair share target is $10,350. n.T. p's Photo S^irvice Organizational meetings for the seven areas involved in the annual appeal drive of the Community Coun cil for Eastern Long Island Hospital, continue at an accelerated pace with the constant need for more canvas sers. As J e r r y Bolger, volunteer organi zational adviser, says “ Frankly, w e 'r e a b u n ch of a m a teurs trying our best to help the hospital and each other. ■ ‘Maybe professionals would hand le this drive differently but o u r whole heart is in this effort to assure the future of ELIH, a n d wfe can only h o p e that o u r s e n s e of d edication will offset our lack of experience in this field. “ One thing is for s u r e , our success must ride on the num b e r of canvas sers available. In o u r rural a reas with their scattered homesites, it takes many people to ring doorbells and tell the hospital story, one of compelling m a g n i t u d e . \ • Citing Shelter Island’s fair s h a re of $75,000 of the total $300,000 to be raised s tarting August 11, Mr. Bolger again requested those willing to offer their Services to contact either th e local captain or the Development Office, 477-15jo. Shelter Island Organizes Meanwhile on Shelter Island, Chairman Evans 'Griffing who is assisting the General Chairman J o h n Wickham, announced his area work ers. Included in this Ijst are Valen- court Draper, Stewart H e rm a n , Eliot Dickerson, Gregory Price, Robert Conway, Christine Lewis, Joseph Blagburn, Kenneth Glenn, Caroline Hoffman, Jane Everard, Franklin Hallock, G e o r g e Bradley, Edward Carrol^, Benjanyn W e e k s, Jack Um- pleby, Micliael Chiaramonte, Bruce Brower, Lorna Laspia, Julianna and Anna Behringer, Henry Aungst, M a r g a ret Southwick, Sidney Beck with, William Anderson, Shepherd Clark, Otto Schaefer and Beverly Cahill. , , Mr. Griffing also announced that training sessions will be held either Thursday or Friday, August 7 or 8, in Justice Hall just prior to the start of the drive. Similar sessions will be held to night, Thursday, July 31, at 8 p.m. and Saturday, August 2, at 10 a .m . in the Orient Congregational Church. NUN TACKLES ROBBER A 28-year-old Chicagoan has found that the long arm of the law can be cloaked in a nun’s habit. A Cook County grand jury yester day indicted Paul Dismuke with robbery — charging that he walked into the Corpus Christi Church on the South Side and tried to run off with 29 hundred dollars from the church's office. Sister Ann Rubly — who weighs 130 pounds — ran after him . . . tackled him . . . and held him for police, despite his attem p ts to free himself. Visit the UNUSUAL Antique Shop! H e cH K S m m m Just arrived! A superbly refinished oak roll-top desk, SO” H, 49” W, 30\ DI Eight-day striking school clock. A set of twelve gold-over-blue Royal Worcester plates. Exquisite! A delectable teapot of old Gorham Sterling in shape of a perky chicken. A well-and-tree Copeland Spode platter 20” long, Indian Tree pattern. Carving sets, Sheffield steel horn handles. Brass scuttle. I Under the Yellow Awning ) 210 Main Street, Greenport ) Antiques Bought and Sold Mon. - Sat. 10-4 Tel. 477-1160 Member NADA .. 1 Preston’s has a storeful of marine supplies for power and sail... Coast & Geodetic charts for the entire East Coast .from Maine to Florida navigation equipment* boating togs* plus a full line of Hshing tackle, snorkling and water ski ing equipment While you’re here, visit our Ship & Sea Gallery filled ivith thousands of unusual and decorative nautical gifts, ship's lights, marine paintings, and a host of o th^ things of the seeu PRESTON’S at MaiaStveclWkarf G n n p ort.L^lahaiN.Y. Sign Line (Continued from Page I) the application they w e re well off the beaten track and the signs were important to b u s iness. Both proposed sites arc owned by Nicholas Aliano. The appeals board decided the existing Beachcomber off-premises signs, four in Cutchogue, one in Greenport and another in Mattituck, in addition to two signs at key turnoffs on Depot Lane and County Road 27, were sufficient and described further signs as “ u n n e c e s s a ry visual pollu tion\. Both applications were d enied. The board acted on an application of Rudolph Rom. New Suffolk, grant ing as applied for, permission to divide a lot with insufficient width and area after determ ining that each would b e a p p roximately a half acre of 20,000 square feet. A condition in granting the division was the actual division point. The petition of Anna Loria, First Street. New Suffolk, for p e rmission to use some land for parking brought a flurry of opposition from a neighbor and an area resident. The Suffolk Planning Commission found it a m a tter for local determ i n ation. The request revolved around additional parking for a fishing sta tion which has 53 boats, enough for parking 10-15 more c a rs. The opposi tion was heavy enough for the board to reserve decision until the August 14 meeting, at 7:30 p.m. An application of Twin Fork Fence Company, doing business for Digate Concrete Products in Southold, for a six foot chain link fence as security for outdoor products was granted. John M c F e e ley's application to divide p roperty in Laurel was granted subject to approval of the DEC as advised by the Suffolk County Plan ning Commission. McFeeley will p u r chase the property with the variance granted and divide a 77,000 square fool parcel in half, each site having frontage on Peconic Bay. A house on the premises is to be moved to the westerly portion of the property and he plans to build a new residence on the sccond portion of land. The board granted the application of Dorothy M. W h ite, Inlet Drive, Mattituck, for construction of an addition with insufficient front yard setback. The property has, in effect, two front yards, duly considered by the appeals board before their deci sion. Grodski Give Heart Fund Amoiican Heart Association Dedication H onors W om en’s E fforts Summer Concert An unannounced citation awarded during July 23 meeting of tlie North Forl< Auxiliary Association for the Help of Retarded Children, declaring the newly dedicated hostel at Roanoke Avenue, Riverhead, would henceforth be known as the Cowan-Mueller Home brought congratulatory handclasps. Left, Lillian Cowan and Irene Mueller exchanging remarks with Richard L. Amper, Jr., communications director of the Suffolk Chapter of the Association. Photo by Peter Stevens A t S o u t h o l d The combined bands from Matti- luck, Greenport and Southold invites the general public to the second and final concert which will be held on Thursday evening, August 7, begin ning at 7:30 p .m. in front of Southold High School. Admission to this pro gram will be free. M embers of the Summer Band consist of both adults and students from the above mentioned towns. They have rehearsed once a week since June 30 and held their first concert at Mattituck on July 17. The concert on August 7 will culminate all the activities that have been planned for this organization. Selections will include H a n d e l’s “ Occasional Suite,\ W ilson's, \ M u sic M a n ,\ and selections from God- spell. Also, included on the program will be the talented M a u reen Burns who will sing selections from the Lerner and Loewe musical, \M y Fair Lady.\ Of course, there will also be some rousing marches that everyone is sure to enjoy. M e mbers of the audience are encouraged to bring their own chairs. In the event of inclement weather, the concert will be held in the Southold High School Auditorium. Highlight of the recent AHRC dessert-card party was the surprise announcem e n t that henceforth the new residence for retarded adults in Riverhead will be known as the Cowan-Mueller House. This is in recognition of the tireless efforts and devotion of two dedicated women. Miss Lillian Cowan and Mrs. Irene Mueller, both of Southold. Their outstanding contributions to the cause of the ^mentally retarded began 11 y e a rs ^ ' o l v h e n the initiated a p rogram for a h'afidful of lonely and aimless J^tiirded a d u lts. This modest operatioti developed into the River- head Workshop, now providing work and activities for over 60 trainees. More recently, their dream of founding a residence for retarded adults in need of a perm a n e n t home or interim care becam e a reality with the opening of the hostel at 542 Roanoke Ave., Riverhead, now the Cowan-Mueller House. Miss Cowan is currently serving her fourth year as President of the AHRC North Fork Auxiliary and Mrs. Mueller, formerly President, is now Corresponding Sejcretary. At the close of the party, Harriet Lake, trainee at the workshop, drew the winning num b e rs in the raffle. W inners were: Mary Hart, Southold, handm a d e a fghan; Mrs. Allen Baker, Southold, $25 gift certificate from Leisurely Yours; Mrs. C. Tuthill, Southold, $25 U.S. Government Bond. (Continued from Page 1) most political oDservers figure them to be Underwood and Grodski, will face Democrats John Lombardi and incumbent Councilman George Young. Underwood and Shorr have Conservative Party backing. But the Riverhead Conservatives are fighting am o n g themselves, and three Conservatives, t h e former Chairman. Wickham Tyte, the new Conservative party head, Tyte’s daughter. Mrs. Carol T. Ferguson, and Carl Stagg, are also entering the primary, Tyte for the two-year Coun cilman post against the Republican- Conservative pick, Richard Larsen, and Mrs. Ferguson and Stagg a g ainst Underwood and Shorr. As to the latest developments, including G rodski's decision to e n ter the primary, W o w a k 's only comment was “ more power to him . \ Southold Challenges According to official filings at the County Board of Elections, Yaphank, observing the July 24 deadline, Judge Martin Suter, Southold Town Republican incumbent Town Justice, faces a primary challenge by Gladys Csjako. On the Democratic side,' M a r g a ret Sullivan filed a petition with four more than the required 97 s ignatures, to challenge William Pell for the Democratic designation as candidate for Supervisor. 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