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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, June 25, 1959, Image 11

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E. Patchogue News Items >lr«. Raymond Connolly, GHover 5-55(60 ; A celebration was held June 15 at dinner at the Better Ole Kes- .uurant in Brooknaven in honor ot the birthdays of Mrs. Louis Fuoeo of Roosevelt boulevard and ner son-in-law , Robert Gerard of Furinan avenue and the eontirma- i.ons of her grandchildren , Timo- thy Gerard , son ol Mr. and .Mrs. Robert Gerard , and Toni-Ann , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony K UOJO of Bell port. The children mad J their eonrirmation that aft- rnoon at St. Josep h the Worker R. C. chin ch. Other guests bes.des Llie honored ones were Mr. and j irs. Arthur Wheatl y of YVhite- otone; Mrs. Hobert Gerard and otlier son . . Gary, and Louis Fuoeo , Sr., of East Patchogue and Mrs. Emma Gerard , Miss Carol Satoru- ino , Michael Fuoeo , Manii. - and Elizabeth Fuoeo and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fuoeo , Jr., of Heli port. The East Patchogue unit Ladies ' auxiliary of Brookhaven Memorial hosp ital met June 15 at the Dom- ino Yacht club. Over 50 members ,'nd iruests attended. Mrs . Isabel!:' Vicik , chairman , presided at a short business meeting after which a social night was held Proceeds from the I' anv l y dinner party held April 25 enabled th_ > unit to pres- ent a check for $350 to the hos- pital last month. The next meet- ing will be held July 20 at the ^ acht ciub. New residents on South Country road a>e Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stepnoski , formerly of Southamp- ton . Mrs. Stepnoski is the former Miss Sadie Robinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leverett Hulse of South Country road. Mr. and Mrs . Leslie Eriekson and children , Wayne , 14 years , and Wendy, 11 years old, formerly of Bound Brook , N. J., are now residing in their new home on Orchard road , south. Mr. Eriekson is sales manager for I. W. Bianchi , Inc. Arthur Gross , II , son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Gross of Durkee lane, made his confirmation June 15 at St. Joseph the Worker R. C. church. His sponsor was his uncle , Philip lngegnieros of Forest Hills , who was a ' so confirmed with Ar- thur s ia. i.h.r as tus sponsor, ' ine Most Rev . Walter P. Kellenberg, D. D., Bishop of Rockville Centre , officiated. A party was held IOI - I OTVIH H ; the ceremony at the Gross huiiic. Guests were grandparents , .vir . and M.s. Arthur Gross , Sr ., of Valley Stream; grandmother , Mrs . R. MartiiicZ j Mrs. V. lngegni- eros. Mrs. Pniii p lngegnieros , Mr. and Mis. Charles lngegnieros and daughter , Irene . -uiu , ami Mr. and Mr.. . Edwm Gross of Bab ylon and Artlm. s sist.r , Linda. Kenneth Herbert , son of Mr and Mrs. Maico.m Herbert , made his conti mation June 15 at St. Josep h the Worker R. C. church. A lam.iy dinner party was he-d later at ms home on Colonial drive. Guest besid.s his parents and sister , Pa- irieia , was Ins great-aunt , Mrs . Calhe. ine Miller of New York city, who was also a weekend guest. Mr. and Mrs Raymond Connol- y and son , Raymond, of Southern boulevard attended the graduation Sunday afternoon of the.r nephew , Arthur Connoll y, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthu r ConnoUy of Jack- son Heights , at St. Joan of Arc it. C. church in Jackson Heights and the reception held later at his home. Arthur received a fu 'l schol- arship to Bishop Loug hlin High school in Brooklyn. The Connol' v.; also attended a party Sunday nig ht at the horn ; of Mr \ and Mrs. Ar- thur McManus in Wantagh in hon- or of the graduation of their daughter , Miss Joanne McManus, from Our Lady of Mercy academy n Hempstead Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Shore and . -hild.en of Southern boulevard and Mrs. Ferd Shore , Sr., grandmother , attended the confirmation cere- mony held June 15 at St. Josep h the Worker R. C. church. Their son , Gregory, was confirmed. A famil y party was held later at the Shore home. A surprise bridal shower was held June l- 'i in honor of Miss Cetta Guiffreda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Guiffreda of Southern boulevard , at the Colony House in Brooklyn. Hostesses were Mrs. Camille Muratore and Miss Henritta Mastronardi of Brooklyn . The bridal table was decorated with flowers and dolls dressed in copies of the gowns of the fu ture bridal party. Other tables were ilecorated with flowers and had favors of hand made linen hankerehiefs in the form of roses. Dinner and champagne was served to about 50 guests. Miss Guiffreda , will be married to Anthony Mastronardi of Brooklyn August ' 1 at St Fran- cis de Sales R. C. church , Patch- ogue. Mrs. Muratore will he mat- ron-of-honor and Miss Mastronardi will be a bridesmaid. A son , Stephen Edward , was born June 11 to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Keegan of Myrtle lane at Brookhaven Memorial hospital. He wei ghed f> pounds , 5 : U ounces Mr. and Mrs. Keegan ' s other cliil- dreii _ at' e Kathleen , 11 years , Thom- as , 7 years , Peggy, -1 years and Maureen , 2 years. Bradley Roush , son of Mr. and Mis. Bob Roush of 222 Durkee lane celebrated his sixth birthday June 17 with a small party in Miss E' sie Collin ' s Kinderga rten class at, tlu- East Patchogue school. At ii'ght , a famil y party was held at his home. Guests were his ma- ternal grandparents , Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Schreyack, Sr., of East Patchogue and his uncle and aunt , Mr. and Mrs . Step hen Schreyack , Jr., ami daughters. Judy and Lynn , of Islip. On Saturday another cel- ebration was held at his home at a party for his friends. The room was deeorat'd with colored stream- ers and balloons . Guests were Pa- tricia Rasso, Pamela Shore , Greta Dixon. Kenneth , Diane and Thomas Druinni , Lewis Schneider , Craig Adams , Andrew Kossoy, Genn Sos- sin , Donald Aviano and Bradley ' s sister , Susan , and broth \] 1 , Bobbie. Also attending were Mr. and Mrs. Frank I) umin. Games w re p layed ;md all the guests received prizes. Refreshments were served. Brad- ley received many nice gifts. Mrs. Chris Cullen of Evergreen lane was hostess to the Block Rosary group of South Country Shores last night. The n > xt meet- ing will be held at 7 :30 p. m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Harvey Spiess of Evergreen lane. Brownie Troop G7 held a Can- dlelig ht Investiture ceremony June Hi at the Dunton Avenue school. Fi . v-up wings were awarded to Kathcrine Biandi , Bella Marie Dis- card] , Michelle Oolichio , Christine Corteso , Darene Foster , Martha Grace , Loraine Hines , Josephine Messina , Elizabeth Rand , Susan Roush , Eileen Ryan , Virginia Sal- vemini , Bonnie Seldom , Jonnie Lynn Vogt , Robin Young, Karen Gallo, and Christine Gilmore. The girls were then invested as Girl Scouts and reeived the Trefoil pins. Miss Corrinne Hines assisted Mrs. Ruth Grace , leader , in the cere- mony. The troop will have an overnight camp ing trip September 12. PACK 128 FIELD DAY Cubscout Pack 128 held its last Pack meeting of the season and Field day at the Brookhaven Rec- reation center in North Heliport. Families attended and had a cook- out and supper. There was a Cubs versus Fath rs ball game and the younger children amused them- selves on the p lay ground. R i e h a r d Whalley cubmaster , presented awards to Michael And- erson , 2 year p in; Gerard Fogarty, 2 year pin , Lion badge and 5 silver arrows under Bear badge; John Kramer , 1 year pin , Wolf badge and 1 gold and ' ,i silver arrows; David and William Minis , 1 year pins; Thomas Scott , Bear badge; Ro ' .crt Franco , 1 gold arrow; Mark Nolan , 1 gold arrow and 2 silver arrows . The following were grad- uated to Boy Scouts; Robert Fran- co , Arthur Gross , Kirk Ridgeway, Gregory Shoic and Dennis Viola. Tlie next committee meeting will be held Septi-mbor 1 and the next Pack meeting will be held Sep- tember 11. SIXTH GRADE GRADUATES Sixth grade Graduation exercises wi re held Friday afternoon in the Eaat Patchogue school. Verne Critv. , principal , gave the welcome and The Huckleberry Junction , school band , played for the procession of graduates . Mr Critz led the \Pledge of Allegience. \ and the LEGAL NOTICE Reserve District No. 2. Charter No. 1278S Report of Condition of THE PEOPLES NATION -VL BANK OF PATCHOGI'E In the State of New York at the close of business on June 10 . IDfi 'l , Published in response to cult made b> Comptroller of the Currency, under Sec- tion 5211 , U. S. Revised Statutes. ASSETS Cash , balances with other banks, including reserve balance and cash items in pnlcess of collection Stl . RRO .303.1!' United States (Jcfverninent ob- ligations , direc t and KUaran- leed 5 . P;i7 . ' . i2!l . :Cl Obligations of States and I'oJitjVa! subdivisions l . . f iS4. . r ,!»4.:iS Other Yionds , notes , uti.l deb- entures l.lli' . i .S' .M.r,! Cornornte stocks (including S32.400. DO stock of Federal Keserve Hank I 32 , 400 .00 Loans and discounts finclud- ing $! . . r ,i»l.]fl overdrafts, 9 , 2117.523.7 K Hank premises owned ?34]. - 0S5. -I -I . furniture and fix- tures Si24 , 2i7.2r. 4i;r, . :in2 . r, . . i Real estate <M-ned other than bank premises HVfiKO .on Other assets Sil .Tl, ' . ' . SO Total Asset-s . ?21 .In 1 Hr.7.71 LIABILITIES Demand depos i ts ot individ- uats , partnerships and cor- porations S7 , r>7 l .lilO .tt' . l Time deposits of individuals , partnerships and corpora- tions s , 2,;' . i , .v . i3 .]i, Deposits of United Slates (lovernmenl t im-lndiniir pos- tal saviniis , 774 .72;* . :< .l Deposits of States and politi- cal subdivisions 2. li! t S . r,ln .i ;|, Deposits of banks 1(10 . sis.:u Other deposits (certified and cashier ' s chocks . ,-u- . i 20 \ . 412.2!! 'I',.li.l I).-|„.sils Sl-:t . ill2 .2. r ,l . 72 Other Liabilities :!, r .r. , <;i7.r.ll Total Liabilities S1H .US7 . K72.2.2 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital Stor k : Common stock. total par $330 , 000.00 t 33O . 00O .00 Surplus 7. r ,n . 0liu . ' fl0 Undivided profits :l:i:t .4' . ir,.4tl Total Capital Accounts . $1 . 413 . t' . in .40 Total Liabilities and Capital Accounts . $21,401 , 307.71 MEMORANDUM Assets pledired or Hftsiirned to secure liabilities and for other purpi>ses ?1 .738.5127.72 I. William R Richards , cashier of th» shove-named bank , do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. William E. Richards . Cashier, CORRECT—Attest : C. Howard Hatfield John J. Roe . Jr. Lincoln G. Schmidt Directors (L.S.) State of New York . County of Suffolk , ss Sworn to and subscribed before me this 22nd day of June , l' .IV. I, and 1 hereby certify that I am not an officer or direc- tor of this bank. Nathaniel Cinininifharo , Notary Public. Nathaniel CunninKha m . Notary Public , State of New Y</rk. No. ri2-OX2S7r,0 . Suffolk CiAinty. Term expires March 311 . 11101. singing of \The Star Spangled Banner. ' ' M.s. Werner May, president of the Parent-Teacher association , presented awards on behalf of the l'TA as follows: Elicit , Joyce Hernando , Darby Young, and '1 no- mas l.aGuarilia; Music , April Mar- zoia , Alison Hand and Barbara James; Art Carmine Lavio , Woleite Whalley and Lawrence Angrisani; Sci.nce , Richard Lones , Dana Scott and James Grandi; Social studies , Kichard Lones, Corrine Hines and Josiah Rosenblatt; Math , Cordon Walton , Margaret Critz and Charl- es Step hani; Englisji , Arlene Ste- phani , Margaret Critz and Elna Wedick; Spelling, A pril Marzoia , Helen Kotusek and Barbara .James. Miss June Burnside , Kindergar- ten teacher and president ol ' the East Patchogue Teachers associa- tion , piesenUd the Teachers Schol- astic awards as follows: ,?5 awards , Richard Lones, .Margaret Critz and Etna Wediek; $11 awards , Arlene Stephani, Emily Austin and Josiah Rosenblatt; $2 awards , Vic- tor PoloMski. Dana Scott and Bar- bara James. Mr. Ciitz announced that Miss Theresa Cardamone , school librari- an , had extra awards for work in the library during the yiar for the following pup f.s: Robert Bono , Rose Marie De Filippo , An- thony Frabizio , Kenneth Herbert. Kichard Lones , Ap.il Marzoia , Helen Moore , Gary Saturnino , Ar- lene Stephani. Gordon Walton. Em- ilv Austin , Corrine Hines , I.oweil McLean , Michelle .Maier , Alison Rand , Garry Schneider . Yiulette Whalley, Lorraine l' Vrrod. ' n. Darb y Young, Heidi Albanese , Patricia . 'irazei , Nancy Hrienza , Rose Ann Cognata , Dolores Drap I , Barbara James , Theresa Nixon , Janet Pal- ermo . April Trautwem and Finn Wedick. Perfect, attendance awards went to Lorraine Perrodin , Lowell Mc- Lean , Anthony !• rabizio and Rose Ann Cognata. Miss J nnio Lotito . Daniel Koch and James Lazroe , ,Si\'lh made teachers , assisted .Mr. Critz in pre- senting d p lomas to the award winne.s and the following other graduates: Diana Coyne , f.ilii an Czajkowski , Carol Hanratty, Bar- bara Heal, y, Gene Lam 1 ' , Dominick Licata , Wil ' ma Mack , Engine Molt. George Quartuccio , Wil'iam ,Sch- oenig, Pamela Smith , Katherine Trover , Patricia Weaver , Thomas Baldwin. Robert DoLia , Richard Gazzola , James Guadagnino , John Kelly, Nicholas Masen , Linda Mor- an , Kathie n Muray, Marjorie Naslinian , N u n z i <> Quar ' aiccio , Craig Ronan , Robert. Scesny, Ray- mond Cassidy, Gabriel Gallo , Eliz- abeth Ilcerbrandt , Joseiih I lurk- ney, Geraldine Julian ,, , Patricia Keyes , Ce l este Lento , Nathan Minis , Robert, Palermo , Robert Russo and Ann Sperakis. The school band p layed tlie \Ceremonial March' ' as the grad- uates left the gymnasium. KINDERGARTEN GRADUATES A procession of over 1)0 white robed, morta r capped Kindergarten pup ils entered the gymnasium at the Dunton Avenue school Friday morning for the Graduation exer- cise. The . school hand , under the direction of Mr (/run , played the \Ceremonial March. \ Mr. Critz led in the PUdge of Allegiance and the singing of the Anthem . He introduced and thanked \ 'diss June Burnside and .Miss Elsie Collins , teachers , and with their assistance presented dip lomas to the childr n. The school choir sang * several songs and the graduates inarched out of the gymnasium to the music of the band. PERFEC T ATTENDANCE Perfect attendance mention at the Dunton Avenue school was as follows Kindergarten , Helen Chi- tuck and Patricia Russo ; Grade 1 , Cavotvn Shore; Gtv.de 2 , Ronnie Parro ' tt; Grade ' . ' , , Duke Colichio; Catherine K' rueger James Ander- son and Joseph Chitucl ' .; G rade •), Timothy Gra d; Grade . ' , , Douglas McLean and Arthur Gross. RECENT OBITUARIES Ll'TIIKi; E. JOHNSON, fi. 'l . j died last Monday at his; home tin Ryerson avenue , Manorville. Born in North Carolina , Mr. Johnson had been a resident of Manorville f or HS years. He was a veteran of World War I and a member of the Manorville Athletic club. He was emp loyed at Price Boatyard in Center Moriches . He is survived b y his wife , Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson , a n d sen , Walter, of Manorville; a daugb- ter , Mrs. Doris Seiidlewski of Calverton , and a sister in . North Carolina. *' Services were held last- Thurs- day at 2 p. m. at tlie Moriches funeral Home in Center Morich- es , the Rev . Joseph K . Livesay -illici. -tting. Interment , followed at Brooklield cemetery in Manor- ville. MRS. JENNIE CO/.ZOLINO. OCT , nf 11 Hamilton road . Ma sue Beach , died June 11 at Brook- haven Memorial hospital after a long illness. Born in Ital y, she is survived by her husband , Michael Cozznlino of Mastic Beach: three daug hters , Mrs. Carola Petalaiio and Mrs. ' Rose Ocieke of Bronklvn , and Mrs. Maria Costa of New York city; two sons , Dnminick and Jos- eph Cnzzolini \ of Mastic Beach. :;nd l- 't grandchildren. Mastic Beach Fire department -eivices were at Henniann ' s Fun- eral Heine in Center Moriches al 7 p. in. June 11 , followed by Ros- ary service at !) p. in. ui'li the Rev . William ,1. Reill y olhVint ing. A rcpiieni mass was olfered at St. .tilde ' s li. ( ' . church , Mastic Beach at HI a . in. June 15 with the Rev . Thomas Conr p JIy ollici- atitiir . In ter ment was at Hol y Sepulchre cemetery in Coram. JOHN HENRY SNEED, < \ . • \ .. of Nort h ( \linl.e , street. I ' enter Mo- riches , d ; ed June HI at the Rrick- i.aveii Na ' ional Laboratory hos- pital. I' ptell. .Mr. Sliced was born in North Carolina . He is su rvived by a son. John , Jr., of Center .Moriches . Services were held at 2 p. in. June l- 'i at . the Hell A. M. H. /. in n cbtif-li . Cent.-] 1 Moriches. Elder Burns was the olliciating clergyman. Interment followed at the Mount. Pleasant cemetery, East Moriches. Arrangenn nts were b y the Moriehes Funeral Home. MRS. EDITH I) . SMITH. SI , died last Wediie. -day at ln-r home on Bay avenue , Mast .Moriches. She was born in .Maiinrville and had been a res dent of EaM Moriches for about lit ) years . Survivi'ig are a son , Walter of East Moriches; a sister , Mrs . . los.ii M. Robinson of Riverhead; eight grandchildren and six great-grand- children. .Services were officiated at 2 p. in. Saturday at her residence , liv the Rev. 11, -tirv T. Cupp of the Mast Moriches Methodist church Interment followed in the family plot in Mf Pleasant cemetery East Moriches. Arrangem ents were made by Moriches funeral Home , Center M\l idles. MARTI N /.RELY DIAMOND CiK , a well known > iiminei - redd ent ; n Shirley, died of a heart attack Saturday night. lim n in Lithuania , Mr . Dia- mond bad summered in Shirley lor the |,a t li\ e v ar- . If . was a \|.|'V active mem ber of the lie- bie \ . - cent , -] 1 where he organized a Hebrew school of which he was the principal , lie also was a trus- tee of the Ma-tic Reach syna- gog ue . He was a retired import er ':uid exporter, and a song writer. He is survived by his wife , Mrs . Rose Diamond of Shirley; a son , Jerome Diamond of the Bronx; two daughters , of Milan , Ital y, and of Hagerstown , Md., and sev- en grandchildren. Tlie body was taken from Herr- mann ' s Funera l Home in Center Moriches to the Park west Memor- ial Chapel in New York city where services were conducted at 2 p. m. last Monday b y Rabbi Ral ph Glixman of Groenport. In- terment followed at the Beth- isrnel cemetery in New Jersey. MRS. FREIDA KIRSCHEN- PFAD . 87, of s:t Bay avenue , Pat- chogue . died Tuesday ni ght after an illness. Born in New York city, she had lived in Patchogue for the past . '!:t years. She was the widow of the late Jacob Kirseheiipfad . She is survived b y a daughter , M rs. Edna Rang of Patchogue; two sons , Henry and Frederick , both of Patchogue; six grand- children and nine great grand- children. Funera l services will he hidd at 5 p. m. tomorrow at the I'd til Funeral Home . Patchogu e . the Rev . William Hinlicky, pastor of the Emanuel Luthera n church of Patchnguc , olliciating. Cremation will follow at the Washington Memorial Park crematory in Coram. Initial Graduates Of Sachem H. S. Attend 1st Prom A proud group of young peop le , the gills in evening gowns and the boys in summer tuxedoes , at- tended Sach m High school' s first Senior prom Saturday night. Gail Tierney, hostess, announced the name of each new arrival over the loud speaker. The theme of lb. ' prom was \Sayonara. \ ' with the beauty and romance of the Orient reflected in the decorations . The cafeteria , where the prom was held , had a background of painted mountains and the foreground bad a pool with real water lilies and live gn 'd fish and a bridge over it. Lanterns and parasols were hung around the room. Fans and chopsticks were the favors and Oriental fortune cookies were giv- • n to the guests. The \Gay Blades \ furnished the music for dancing. Barbara Rutledge was the queen of the prom. She was led by Richard Be.gcr , hi gh school prin- cipal , to a specially built Japanese carrying chair where she was of- ficially crown d b y Wa 'ter Dun- ham , supervising 1 principal . The members of the queen ' s court were Lois Colby, Marian Stuart, Joan Knapp and Gail Johnsen. Refreshments were served buffet style. Tables and chairs were placed on the patio , decorated with Japanese lanterns , outside the caf- eteria. Bri gade of Christian Service Holds Rall y STONY BROOK — The Chris- tian Service brigade held its first annual Field Day rall y at tlu Stony Brook School for Boys here Saturday. The Christian Service brigade is a boy ' s organization with ubou' 1 , 200 units , ami includes in its curriculum a stud y and practica ' application of the Bible in every- day living. Each Brigade unit is dividet 1 into two groups of boys , the \Stoc- kade \ which encompasses the agin of 8 through 11 , and the \Bat- talion \ which ranges from age 12 through 18. A local unit of the Christian Service brigade is located in Centereach . It is sponsored b y the First Congregational church of New Village , Lalie Grove. Butler to Answer Appeal of Sentence Patchogue Village Police Justice Charles N. Butler , Jr., today will file his answer to an appeal of a six-month sentence he gave a tavein owner convicted of resist- ing arrest. Justice Butler said yesterday that he will answer papers tiled on him following a trial June 12 in which he sentenced Roy Gold- steon , 5'J , proprietor of the Royal Redwood Tavern , to six months in the Suffolk jail. Goldsteen had been found guilty in a jury trial of resisting- arrest April IT at. a fire when be a llegedl y became abusive to police. Disorderly conduct cha'ges against him in connection with the same incident were drop- ped. Justice Butler saiil the appeal was not filed on a point of law , but on the premise that Goldsteen maintains be has never been con- victed of a crime. OPEN HOUSE Jl'LY S R/VKRHKAD — Volunteer bell- ringers for the Suffolk County Mental Health association will attend an open hon^e from 2 to A p. '\ ' ¦ ' ¦¦ s at the a - ¦ - . i ,t ; - ¦ ' . - ' ¦ ' .. . • i • - ^ ave- nue , here . The volunteers will re- ceive awards ami citations . Capacit y Audience Thrills to Playing Of Concert Organist The Suffolk Organ society pre- sented Barron Smith , concert organist for the Lourey Orga n Company, in recital to a capacity audience at the Stauffer Concert salon , 20S Medford avenue , last Thursday night. George Sy.nester Carl , program director for the society, said that the enthusiasm reflected in the tremendous response fro m the listening audience was commend- able ami gratifying to a fine artist His rendLion of Tscbaikowsk y ' s \Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy \ was \delightfull y refreshing 1 — the tonal mixtures awe-inspir- ing in effectiveness, the concord of sound like the dropping of pearls on a red hot stove , \ Mr. Carl said. \And then again there was the cherished 'Pauls Angelicas , ' the sou ful theme made unforgetable by this artist portraying the sanctuarv. Mr . Smith' s program continued with excerpts from the Hollywood settings and lastly as a tribute to the American composer , George Gershwin , \The Rhapsody in Blue. \ William Kellers , 12, assisted Mr. Sin.th in the two parts of the pro- gram. His selections were \Only You , \ \Harbor Lights. \ \Twili ght Time , \ \Star Dust , \ \The World is Waiting for a Sweetheart\ and as an encore \Song of the Island. \ \The generous praise of Mr. Smith for this lad' s ability was heart- warming, \ Mr. Carl said. Ow.ng to the vacation period of the summer months, the concert presentations will recess until September. George Stauffer, Jr., was the niaster-of-ceremonies for the Bar- ion Smith appearance. Charter No. 124 73 Reserve Dtst. No. 2 Report of Condition of THE BELLPORT NATIONAL BANK of Heliport in the State o *f New York , at the . . -lose of bu. sin.jss on June 10, 1939. Published in response to cull made by Comet roller of the Currency, under Sec- tion fi 'Ml . U. S. Revised Statutes. ASSETS Cash , balancea with other banks . ineludinif reserve balance, and cash TtL-ms in process of collection . . 3 CIS , 92(1.07 United States (lovernment Obligations . direct and guaranteed 1 . lG. -l .17a. or, Obligations of States and political subdivisions 1100 , 173.5\ , Corporate stocks tincludinff Si , 200.00 stock of Federal Reserv e bank) 7 , 21)11.00 Loans and discounts iinchid- init S.el. li' . l overdrafts, 2.01:1 .22:1 . Ill) Hank premises owned $!)S .122 .43 1 i:r,iinn-e and dxtures S\ i:l . 9:lr,.S7 l. \ i2 nr.ssin Otlier assets ' .l . l' ,«l.S2 Total Assets 5 l.2irl . Ilti.dll LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individ- uals , partnerships and cor- porations Sl . -Sltl . 2lH.0tl Time deposits of individuals , partnershi ps , and corpora- tions t. ' .U-l , S17.:l s Deposits of United States (, ' overnment (incIudinK pos- tal savings ! tV13Va. \7 Deposits of States and poli- tical subdivisions 515 , 907.11 Other dep./sits (certified anil cashier ' s checks , etc. I 19 1)' . I7 :J7 Total Peposits $:l , 951 . 971 .00 Oil,,- - liabilities 00 . 149. 9il Total Liabilities S4.015 . 121.G2 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital Stock: Common stock , total par $120 , 000.00 $ 120, 000.01 Surplus 120 . 000.00 Undivided prclllts :10 . 95:1.71 Reserves land retirement a c c o u n T for preferred stock, 1 , 341.36 Total Capital Accounts .. S 27S .295. 07 Total Liabilities and Capital Accounts $4,29:1 , 410.69 MEMORANDUM Assets pledKed or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes $ 193 , 000.00 I, Dey C. Demarest . Cashier of the above named bank , do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Dey C. Demarest , Cashier Correct—Attest: Carl If. Hoffmann Herman Chamberlain Clarence (L Hawkins Directors (I.. S.) Stat\ of New York , County of Suffolk, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me Ibis 2:trd day of June. 1959. and I hereby certify that 1 am not an officer or director of thi» bank. Martha R. Houston , Notary Public Martha R. Houston , Notary Public , State of New York . No. 52-1870975 . Suffol k County. My Commission Expires March Mil . 1901. REPORT OF CONDITION erf \The Pnt- < hot'lie Hank\ of 1' ntchouue. New York . at the chfce of business on June 10 , 1959 , published in accordance with a call made ir. the Superintendent of Ranks pursuant lo the pi-ovi . sinns of the UanJOllfcr Law of tlie State of New York . ASSETS Cash , balances with other bank s and trust companies. imdudinu reserve balances , and l iisli items in process of collection $2 , 250 , oK4 .40 United Statea tioveriinient obligations , direct and gua- ranteed . 3 . 041 .122.74 Obligations of States and pofitirnl subdivisions l. :;. f i<; . 563. K7 Corporate slin-Kr , I including ' S17 . MMI . T I0 stock of Federal Reserve Bank I ... 17 , 802.00 Loans and discounts linclud- inu $11. 09 overdrafts! 4 , 905 . :l. '!3.40 Hanking p r e m i s e s owned JU7 .12S . 55 , furniture and fixtures M9 . 951.14 157 . 079. 09 Other assets 9 ,192.72 TOTAL ASSETS $11. 7 13 . 77 K . S2 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individ- uals, partnerships , and cor- poratiolis $5 , 292 , 591.01 Time deposits of individuals, partnerships , and ctfrpora- « .iiiiis 4 . 3114.fir,1. '21 iiepo.i!s of United States (ii,\ < runienl 50 . 7K7. 0li Depo-dls of States and poli- tical subdivisions 1 , 037 ,291.37 Ii. pi. -its of banks and trust companies 51.510. H7 Other deposits Icertitied and otli. -ers 1 checks, etc . , 19 . 027 . 99 Iota ] Deposits $10 , 762 , 470 .71 Other liabilities 215 , 452. 03 TOTAL LIAI1ILITIES $10, 977 ,929 . 34 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS fapitalt $ 225 , 000 . 00 Surplus fund 30S .000.00 Undivided profits 172 .S49.48 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $ 7(i. r i.S49.4S TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $1 ] . 74S .77S.S2 t This bank' s capita! consist,* of: Common stoc k with total par value of $ 225 , 000.00 MEMORANDA Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes $1, 540 , 072.00 I^ans as shown above are after deduction of reserves of 283.900.21 Securities as shorvn above are after deduction of reserves of 6G .970.53 I . Erancis X. Napoli , Secretary-Treas- urer of tin' above-named institution , here- by certify that the above statement is true To the bes t of my knowledge and belief. Francis X. Napoli Correct—Attest: Philip L. Helbiu 1 J. Riley Warner } Directors. Charles Charach J LEGAL NOTICES ^v,xxiSx x$x xVx x xMSx^^ I BUY! AT FACTORY PRICES! I Full y Extruded Aluminum $ I STORM and SCREEN I) Q 95 I DOORS ^51 I I \\^ ^^ ^^ ^^^ Installation Optional $ | sCONZO&SONs | Aluminum Products and Venetian Blinds Mfg. Co. I ^ • ^ I Largest Manufacturers of Aluminum Products ! g g p & Patchoeue — 157 East Main St. (opposite Pelco) GRover 5-0020 | i I I Bayport—Montauk Highway BAyport 8-1806 p 1 Centereach—Middle Country Road JUniper 5-8660 i Kt % v?i m mil ¦ »i mmn ^i.^i«M « aT f »i»i m win, i. .mm ¦. m n i i SENIX DREDGING Xlr;^ ^, be completed in about a month , according to V. tl- ward Sembler , president of the South Shore Contracting and Dredging Corporation. Dredge \15ronkhaven \ is pictured here. In foreground is pipe leading to - spoil area at Mastiry point. f ^ w - w ^^^^ w^^ v^^ w^A I I Robertaccio ! Funera l Home s f R. J. ROMKRTACCIO I Lie. Manager j A Service That u t Satisfies . .. ( 85 MEDFORD AVENUE J PATCHOGUE GRover 5-0135 % Tin' Patchogue Village l ^iard v.ill hold jiiil ilit- bearings July 27 to iiiiisiilcr replacing- \Stop \ signs wiih \Yield Kiglit of Way \ sigm on I\ SI I -IM-I; - , in th, ' village, and nrre. -i siiig the speed limit, in Pat- chogue from 25 to ' MS miles per hour. I' .otli proposals follow the recent lecnmnicndafions of Police (\hie * I loiiiiniel; Chiuchiolo . The time of the hearings is K ]>. in . and K- . K, p. in. respectively. A third hearing is scheduled foi ,s::'0 , p. ni. the same day to con- sider the repeal of the ordinance that regulates the sale of petrol- eum products within the village The ordinance covers the si/.e of advertising signs and what must appear on Ihe signs. 'I hough it was supported initial l y liy local gas station operators , I lie ordinance has not heen obeyed Chief Cliiuchiolo reported to the hoard recently. Here to serve you always is your reliable Patchogue Advance . Long established , widely read b y all , big value reading, low cost. —Vdv . Hearing Set Jul y 27 On 'Yield' for 'Stop ' Si gns , Higher Speed j C. W. Ruland Sons \ INC - j j FVSEllAL DIREC rORS J John R. Ruland , Lie. Mgr. j More than 100 Years j i of Dependable Service j J 500 NEW NORTH OCEAN ! j AVENL 'E , PATCHOGUE j I Phone GRover 5-0098 j PETTIT FUNERAL HOME J^eiiiEWiMMisgl . m i mh jg JL 9, w iliiBuff nyjy flnwriii Tliln Home In I)ei)ie,,te4 U> Thnim Who In Kternnl Sleep Kepone IP-rein , «nH I N For the litre and Comfo t of Jtela- IITU , nn'1 P'rlenilH. A. C. PKTTIT. Lie. Mur. 82(5 E. Mnln St. PBtrhoiflM Telephone GTiover 6-0062 POSTERS PRINTED RAPID SERVICE MODERATE COST The Patchogue Advance SNEDEC0R Coal & Fuel Co., Inc. COAL KSRS FUEL OIL NOW FEATURING 21-IIour Emergency Service DUAMITC CHover 8-049« rnuncj n\j P ort »-o99» 118 West Avenue , Patchogue A 34-ycar-old Farmnigville man will face drunken driving charges Jul y 10 following an accident in which a woman was killed. Charles A. Clarke of Farm-to- Market road , Fnrniinjrville , plead- ed innocent to the charges in an appearance last Thursday before Justice of the Peace Leon K. Giuf- fredu . The trial was set for July 1(1. Clark e was involved in an ac- cident May 18 in which Anna Peterson , 51 , of S825-ltl2nd street , Hrooklyn , was killed. A coroner ' s inquest held last Tuesday referred charges of possible criminal nep;- litrence aKuinst Clarke to the Suf- folk (I rani! jury. Accident Death Trial Is Set for Jul y 16 The Rev. Mother M. Ursula , R. U., Vicar of the Tildonl? C<>nj;re- p-ation of Ursuliiv. -s in the United States , sailed from New York city on the \Queen Klizaheth\ yester- day to attend Ccneral chapter at the Order ' s Mother house in Til- dunk , rteltfiuni. She is being ac- companied by the Rev . Mothers M. Merchmans and M. Virginia. Today the Rev. Mothers Ae. nes , Evangelist and P.enignus will leave, from Internationa l Airport to join their fellow delegates from the American, Kuropean , Indian and African convents. American Ursulines Leave for Bel g ium PROCLAMATION : \NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK\ WHEREA S , Pleasure boating has become one of Broo khaven Town ' s l eading family partici pating recreational sports , with an increase in excess of 600% in the numbe r of craft afloat since 1946 , ' and WHEREAS , the public is increasingl y aware that p leasure boating is an activity which benefits the entire community by being a wholesome family recreation , an asset to the appearance of water- front areas , and a vital tool of civil defense in times of emergency ; and WHEREAS , this increased use of pleasure water- craft requires a kee n understanding on the part of the public of its advantages , legal obligations, and particularl y safet y requirements; NOW , THEREFORE , I , Percy B. Raynor , Super- visor of the Town of Brookhaven , do hereby proclaim June 27 through Jul y 5 , 1959 , as \NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK\ and urge all citizens of the Town of Brookhaven to take the opportunity to familiarize themselves with pleasure boating as a valuable asset to the individual and to the community, and to pro- mote safety afloat b y cooperating with the edu- cational activities of the United States Power Squadrons , and the United States Coast Gua rd Auxiliary. PERCY B. RAYNOR , Supervisor Town of Brookhaven

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