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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, August 20, 1959, Image 15

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New York State law Prohibits The Iiu-lusutu of Age in Uvlp Wanted Acivcrtisin ff. 1/ nn n(!v*'rtJ,v*'tI jm. oitinn is avnil;i.ble to a harulicapui'il per- son it wnuid fn> helpful to hnth tin' einnlmer »n«i prospective employ t'o to have it so stated. Help Wanted—Male SCHOOL BOYS Earn money selling The Patch- ogue Advance Thursdays. You are your own I' .OSS! Must be 11 years old and ha ve working i-ertilieate from . -chool attend- atiee oflici'c; p lease bring it \,il|l Veil. Apply at Business Office 20 Medford Avenue Telep hone GRover 5-1000 52t RETIRED BUSINESS MAN for dignified sales of a Business Service locally. Can develop into responsible management posi- tion on part time. Expenses plus commission to start. Please w rite back ground and qualifica- tions to J' . O. BOX 7S0WW , PATCHOGUE 5 It: INSURE YOURSELF Against layoffs or reduced in- come. Steady employment in sales and service work , for leading national manufacturer. Call GRover 5-2551 52tl MECHANIC to work on outboard e etors and boats. References . Call ' '.¦r appointment. Slloi' eham 4-2333. 52t! [ ART TIME BUS DRIVER v.aiited in vicinity of Middle Is- land. Call GRover 5-9225 . 5211 VEGETABLE SALA D MAN , e\- ; itemed. Also fry work. 18 hour , A .i ;__ - .V .;. days. Apply Howard' s Ko-naurant , 13 West Main Street , raiehogue . 52tl IV SERVICE MAN. year round. ;o hour week. L. 11. Smith Co. \Tlautie 4-0900 . 52tl CHEVROLET MECHANIC wanted experienced onl y. Appl y Hulse c- .e\ relet , 100 East .Main Street , i' atehogue . 5211 Hel p Wanted , Male , Female BANK TELLER Experienced. Operate NCR Post- iig machine . Writ\ g iving ex- iiorii 'iico , res ii me and reference. Bex 78DVV. Pntchoguo Hel p Wanted—Female A B LE , AMBITIOUS WOMEN The Enstorling Co., international distributors of fine china, crys- tal , sterling, is seeking am- bitions women to work locall y 25-30 hours weekly. Car neces- sary. High commission p lus bonus. Work b y appointment only. For information call: MR S. FARMER JU 1-5057 47t Help Wanted—Female BEAUTICIAN All around operator Steady Closed Mondays WILLIAM HAIR STYLIST GRover 5-1350 46tf EXPERIENCED DRESS OPERATORS Section piece work. Good paving. BELL-MODES ^ Bellhaven Shopp ing Center BELLPORT 52tl BEAUTICIAN WANTED — All around operator , 5 day week. Ann ' s Beauty Shop, 140 South Ocean Avenue , Patchogue. GRover 5-8080. 47t(! TWO SEWING MACHINE opera- tors , section work , high pav. 417 East Main Street , Patchogue. 41tf COOK — 4 DAYS , sleep in. Call SAyville 4-4840. 42tf WOMEN — Steady work , 5 day week. Vacation , sic k and insurance benefits. Apply Blue Point Laun- dry, Park Street , Blue Point. 52tl SECRETARY/ , CLERK-TYPISTS. II. R. Ferguson Co., Bomarc Site , Old Country Road , Westhamp ton. fi2tl SALESLADY' WANTED to sell better dresses. Full ov part time. Suburban set. Route 25 , Middle Island. YAphank 4-6300. 52tl Situations Wanted PAINTING—$1.25 an hour. Own tools. Experienced. Call JUniper 5-8712. 47tf DEPENDABLE, RELIABLE car- penter-painte r would like small jobs . GRover 5-1538. 51t3 BABY SITTING bv hour. Call GRover 5-2657. 52tl YOUNG .MAN SEEKS full , part t'lne work as garage trainee. Braun , 21 Clifton Drive , Patch- ogue. 52t2 PRACTICAL NURSE — Kind , trustworthy, care of adult patient in private home. 8 hour position. Call GRover 5-2736. 52tl CAPABLE MOTHER will mind child of working mother. BEllport 7-1215.L 52tl R E L I A B L E WOMAN wishes housework. Sleep in or out . SElden 2-5053. 52U Miscellaneous for Sale 3 ROOM HOUSE AND BARNS TO BE SALVAGED iz REMOVED. Massapequa , L. L Will pav to remove. Call CAstle 1-1243 52U RICH LAWN - T OP SOIL $3 .00 per cubic yard (Minimum 5 cu. y ds. - Local) ROBERT LUCAS Telephone SElden 2-5400 . 35tf PEACHES For Canning and Freezing. DARE'S PEACH FARM Nort h Country Road MT. SINAI , L. 1 . 5 2 t4 TOPSOIL — $3 a yard , delive red. Minimum 8 yards. ROnkonkoma 9-9375. 36tf Miscellaneous for Sale MAPS OF PATCHOGUE 50c Apiece Can Be Purchased At The Following: THE PATCHOGUE ADVANCE 20 Medfo rd Avenue McBRIDE'S PHARMACY 1 East Main Street OTTO'S STATIONERY' STORE 413 East Main Street SACKS STATIONERY STORE 22 East Main Street WHELAN DRUG STORE 29 West Main Street 27tf IT i^r\r\rrf i/T?Tiri\T \ nv\ n _r 12 FOOT KELVINATOR freezer , like new . Restaurant French-frver . ATlantic 4-1475. 5U2 KELVINATOR automatic wash- ing machine, good condition. #50. SAyville 4-1902. 52tl AUTOMATIC COAL STOKER , complete , good condition. STonv Brook 7-0447M, 52t \ l NOR G E A UT OM AT IC de lux e washer and dryer. Y' ellow formica dinette set . 3 piece limed oak bed- room set. All excellent condition. GRover 5-0545 after 5. ' 52tl MILLER WELDING MACHINE , portable , 300 amps , like new. Also heavy duty brush rake , will fit D-8 Caterpillar. Reasonable. EMerson 3-9502. 52tl FOUR BUILDINGS with alumi- num roofs , each 20 ft. x 18 ft. and insulated, for removal from site. Best offer. L. I. Pac kers , Inc., Eastport. 52tl THREE PIECE , p ink , bathroom set (no tub), $35. 17 cu. ft. /Jor- dan freezer. Excellent condition. Cost $800. Sell $150 . ATlantic 6-9691 , mornings. 52tl PING PONG TABLE. $20; p lastic cover for 20 ft. swimming pool , §15; hand law n mower , $4. GRover 5-2852. 52tl Boats , Motors , Supp lies BOAT H A U LTN G WINTER STORAGE FREE TOWING SWAN RI V ER BO A TYARD Foot of Pine Neck Avenue EAST PATCHOGUE GRover 5-0220 12tf NARRASKETUCK NO. 32 — An original Asa B. Smith boat. Legal class measurements. Bot- tom rep lanked and new canvas, deck. .4 suits of sails , including\ Ratsey cotton. Needs some fur- ther repair and overhaul. Ask- ing price $700. May be seen at BEAVER DAM BOAT BASIN BROOKHAVEN 52tl 14 FOOT RUN A BOUT , 33 h. p. outboard. Trailer. A-l shape. Ask- ing $700. GRover 5-8112. 42tf mg S>iOU. uKover ;>*nz. izu 14 FOOT RUNABOUT , 15 horse- power Evinrude , windshield , all control s , trailer , $400. GRover 5-9143. 5013 WELL-BUILT 16 FOOT BOAT , with 1958 , 18 h. p. Evinrude. $325. for quick sale. SAyville 4-4938. 52tl 1954 CHRIS CRAFT Express , 130 horsepower. Excellent condition. Ready to go. Call GRover 5-4280 between 5-7 p. m. 52t2 1935 WHEELER 28 FOOT , 1948 , 115 horsepower Chrysler Crown. Sleeps four. Excellent condition , $4 , 500 . Call ATlantic ( ' ,-87(12. 5211 14 FOOT ROW BOAT , 5' a horse- power outboard , $75. Call GRover 5-9261. 52tl 16 FOOT SKIFF , white cedar , 7V a air cool Wisconsin inboard motor , perfect condition . Full y equi pped. $450 . GRover 5-0321. 52tl 1956 — 35 HORSEPOWER Evin- rude outboard motor , good condi- tion. 1954 Lvma n boat. Sacrifice. Call GRover 5-4632. 52tl 34 FOOT CABIN CRUISER, fr.-sh water cooled , recentl y overhauled and painted , excellent condition. $2 , 300. GRover 5-4312. 52tl OUTBOAR D MOT O R , 7'i l i. p. , Firestone , $80. Good condition. GRover 5-0204. 52tl 16 FOOT LYMAN RUNABOUT * Clinker built , navy top with side curtains. Steering wheel and 25 h. p. Evinrude , $325. ATlantic 9- 1817. 52tl Boats , Motors , Supplies 14 FOOT PENN VAN boat equip- ped with new steering wheel and windshield. 1958 1 S-horsepower Johnson motor , trailer , excellent condition, $525 . EMerson 3-0851. 52tl Motor Vehicles for Sale 1955 Plymouth , 2 door , radio and heater .... $ 777. 1955 Dodge , 2 door wagon , clean 1 , 097. 195(1 Dodge. 2 door , V-8 , push button , power steering 1 , 288. 1957 Plymouth Plaza , 2 door sedan , radio and heater 1 , 195. 1956 Plymouth , 4 door sport station wagon 1 , 321. P . J. GRADY' Montauk Highway WEST SAYVILLE SAyville 4-3100 5112 1960 MGA 1953 MG-TD , A-l 1956 TR 3 1952 MG-TD BAYPORT SPORTS CAR C ENTER Service and repair on all FOREIGN CARS Montauk Hwy. BAyport 8-5323 52tl 195(5 STUDE BAKER Suburban , fully equipped. New tires. Excel- lent condition. Best offer. GRover 5-4570. 51tl 1957 CHEVROLET station wago n , 4 door , 6 cylinder , standard. $1 , 495. 33 Lake Drive , East Patchogue. 51t2 1948 PONTLAO. 4-DOOR. eveel- 1918 PONTIAC , 4-DOOR , excel- lent condition. Priced for quick sale . BEllport 7-0586 . 51t2 CARVEL TRUCK — Completel y equipped. Franchisee! territorv. $16 , 000. $5 , 000 cash down. JUni- per 5-8472. 51t2 1959 HILLMA N , 5 passenger station wagon, like new, low mile- age , $1 , 295. GRover 5-0511. 51t2 1949 CADILLAC , Series 62 , hy- Irarnatic , radio , heater. $425. Orig- inal owner . GRover 5-0789. 48tf UMORUICK DYNAFLOW 4 DOOR SEDAN , original owner , $100.00. ATlantic 1-9051. 48t4 1953 PLYMOUTH , excellent con- dition , $375. Call GRover 5-9143. 50t3 1953 PULLMAN , excellent condi- tion , must sell , $250. GRover 5- 4017 . 51t2 1950 PLYMOUTH Special deluxe , black , 4 door, radio , heater. 2 extra snow tires and wheels. Rest reasonable offer. A. Daum. ROn- konkoma 9-8356 . 52tl 1 9.56 FORD RANCH WAGON , 6 nvlindory . radio, heater ^landnvd cylinders, radio, heater , standard shift. Very good condition , $950 , Call ATlantic 9-1029. 52tl 1919 FOUR WHEEL drive jeep, closed body, 2 sets of tires. Also Mover ' s electric snow plow , never used , $900. GRover 5-1467 . 52tl MOTOR CYCLE — 1940 Hnrley \ , good condition. Call BEllport 7-0823. 52tl 1938 DODGE 4 DOOR. Original equi pment , radio , heater , $60. GRovev 5-2110 . G2tl 1950 STUDEBAKER Starlight coupe , 0 cylinders , overdrive, radio , heater. Asking $95 . ATlantic 6- 8270. 52tl 1948 PONTIAC 4 door , excellent condition. Must sell. Priced for quick sale. BEllport 7-0580. 52tl 1955 B1TCK SPECIAL hardtop, radio , dvnnflow , tutone paint , $795. SElden 2-5410. 52tl N INE P A SSE NGER STATION WAGON for hire , any purpose. ROnkonkoma 9-6810 . 52tl 1950 CADILLAC FLEETWOOD. Perfect condition. Excellent family car. ATlantic 4-9233 . 52t l 1949 FORD 6-CYLINDER , clean , 2-door. Must sell. Call GRover 5-0353 at 6 p. m. 52tl 1955 PONTIAC 4 doors , radio , heater , white wall tires. One owner. SElden 2-5216 after 3. 52t l 100 Attend Meeting: MASTIC — Over 100 persons attended the Mastics Citizens committee meeting last Tuesday ni ght to formulate \ strategy \ in lighting the mov e by the I AMI J ; Island Rail Koad to stop service at the 71-yenr-old Mastic station and build a new station in Shirley. The citizens ' group formed plans to attend the Public Service commission hearing in New York city September lil and pvesent testimony why the station should remain at its present location. Over 50 residents invaded a PSC hearing July 1 to listen to the arguments of the Long Island Rail Road. The hearing was then ad- journed until September 16. None of the Mastic residents took the witness stand at the July 1 hear- ing on the advice of their attor- ney, Peter J. Unger of New York city, who was present at Tuesday night ' s meeting. Mr . Unger ' s charge that it is \ . . . . important for Walter T. Shirley to move the station be- cause of real estate operations , \ was echoed b y practically every speaker. They claimed the railroad was being lured by the olfer of Mr. Shirley to donate land for the new station and for a parking lot. The attorney said Mr. Shirley ' s open interest would act in their favor by showing the PSC exam- iners who was behind the move to change station sites. Mean- while , Mr. Shirley reiterated last Thursday that it was the railroad' s decision to move the station to Shirley. \The Long Island Rail Road made ii survey, '' he said , \ which showed the greatest pop- ulation increase is in Shirley and it will increase in the future. And I think certainly the benefits of Shirley also hel p those in the Mastics. \ He also said a survey of the railroad station sites is being prepared by Hofstra college and the results should be known in a few weeks. Mr. Unger told the meeting at the Mastic fireball that the LIRR a rguments were so weak at the previous meeting that the PSC referee almost dismissed the ap- plication. \Shirley will not make the same mistake again , \ he warn- ed. \It is important that. Mastic residents attend the hearing in force. I' ve heard that Shirley might arrange for his own peop le to be at the hearing early and fill the room so Masticites won ' t be able to get in at all. '' Mr. Unger asked for witnesses — businessmen or housewives — who would testify against the applica- tion to move the station. He also asked for witnesses who h a d heard Thomas Goodfellow. LIRR president , say in 1957 that the Mastic station would not. be moved \ ... unless Mr. Shirley can get everyone to agree. '' The statement was made at a lunch- eon held at the Mastic Beach Democratic clubhouse in May of that year , he said. \What is Shirley, where is Shir- ley?\ exclaimed Mrs. John Ott of Southaven avenue , Mastic. \Shir- ley is a post office. There is no such p lace on the map. \ .Mrs . Ott was heartil y applauded. Mrs. Rita Rech , who is a sec- retary in the purchasing division at Brookhaven National Labora- tory, declared she could disprove the LIRR statement that moving the station would help lab per- sonnel. Ernest Rolph of the Manorville Taxpayers association said he will appear at the PSC hearing with statements of opposition f r o in Manorville commuters \ who will have to leave earlier and will get home late r if the station ' s locu- tion is changed to Shirley \ Mr. Rolph said last Thursday a dele- gation of Mastic residents should appear before the Brookhaven Town board and \find out where it stands on the railroad station question. \ The LIRR has maintained a sta - tion in Shirley would better serve the area. In rebutta l , Mrs. Claire E. Reichert , a leader of the op- position , has said a Citizens com- mittee survey of commuters at the Mastic station showed 144 liv- ed in the Mastics and 34 in Shir- l ey. Warren Hendrickson , of Ben Hurley Real Estate , Mastic , was appointe d chairman of the meet- ing last Tuesday. The temper of the meeting was set by a sign hanging over the stage : \Buck Shirley With 'Bucks. ' Contribute to Lawyer Fund to Keep Mastic RR Station at Mastic. \ Mr . Unger is to be paid by contributions of residents. The hearing' Sep tember 16 will be held at 10:.\'0 a. in. at the PSC offices on Church st reet. New York cifv. It was decided last Tuesday that Ihe Mastics Citizens committee' would t raved to the hearing by the Long Island Rail Road. Plan Strategy ' to Keep RR Station in AAastic Brookhaven Supervisor Per- cy B. R a y n o r s a i d last week the town fully intends to complete dredging to the- head of Senix creek , but that \ prob- lems have to worked out \ be- cause the upper part of the channel is so narrow. lie said a bucket crane , mounted on a barge , might posibl y be used to complete the job. The South Shore Contracting Corporation re- cently completed its contract to dredge the creek from the bay to approximately 300 feet north of In wood avenue. \There will be a Town Board committee formed in September to study the situa- tion, \ Mr. Raynor said. \We will not start operations now will not start dredging until the fall , after the boating sea- son. Starting operations now would tie up boats in the chan- nel. \ Plan Senix Dred g ing After Boatin g Season Two teenage Patchogue boys were hurt Saturday, with one taken to Brookhaven Memorial hospital , after their automobile went out of control and struck a telephone pole on Dunton avenue . East Patchogue , at 12:41 a.m. Identified as the driver by po- lice was Joseph Mercuric) , 17 , of 92 Jayne avenue , Patchogue. He was hospitalized for lacerations of the scal p and face and other head injuries and was described as still on the critical list, but progress- ing well at the hosp ital Tuesday. His passenger was identified as Jack DiNaro , 10, of 60 Terry street , Patchogue. He was shaken up, but not hospitalized. Car Accident Injures Two Patchogue Boys 'MASTIC — A harvest dance, sponsored b y the Mastic-Moricbcs- Shiiley Democratic club will be held at 8:. '!0 p.m. Saturday at the Mastic fi reball. A buffet supper will be served and a band will supp l y music for dancing. Prizes will be awarded. James Buck is chairman of the affair. Local Dem Harvest Dance Set Saturday BAYPORT — Religious train- ing at Girl Scout Camp Edey here continues throughout the summer for the girls who flock to the camp for summer recreation. .lewis!) girls were led in their weekly service Friday by Camp Director Eleanor M. Hester , as- sisted by camper Jeri Berkowitz of Bay Shore. Miss Emilie Sehmei- dier of llastings-on-Ilndsoii and Miss Marsha Fader of Massnpequa have previously led the Friday services. Saturday morning, all Catholic girls and their counselors attended special mass to honor the Feast of ihe Assumption, and on Sunday morning made- their weekly trip to St. Lawrence R. (' . church in Say- villo. Early Sunday morning, all Pro- testant campers who so wished gathered around Freedom circle at Camp Edey for their interde- nominational Sunday school . Later (hat morning 25 of the Edey staff of varying creeds were in charge of the morning service at the Bayport Methodist church , with Miss Mary Jo Long of Ohio issu- ing the call to worship. Miss Edna Wicks , an English Girl Guide commissioner and dir- ector of Edey ' s senior encamp- ment; the .Misses Ellen Kay Mat- thews of Columbus, O., Geraldine Mershon of Pennsylvania , Janice Mangels of Queens Village , and David McCray from Little Rock , Ark., led the worship. Worshi p Maintained During Summer for Girls at Camp Edey j K^^5^GS , it DOK m^kfe ] i (v ^fladiffemnca whem l | W^/^ M 40U buq qour Mi7 1 j And Your BEST DEAL Is at Rambler! { '57 PLYMOUTH CUST. SUB. STA. WAGON $1695 f » 9 Pass. R & H. Automatic I f '59 METROPOLITAN Hardtop, R&H , Continental Wheel $1595 j '57 DODGE 4 DR. SEDAN , K&H $1595 , / T,K SIMCV 'i-Ton Pickup, Heater. Real Economy 81350 { ' 06 CHEVROLE T BEL AIR Hardtop - - - $1395 / VS . Automatic , R & II , White Walls i '55 PACKARD Custom 4 Dr. SEDAN ; $1045 Two-tone Blue , R & H, Ultramatic . Power Steering 1 and Brakes and Antenna. Original 21 , 000 miles. Like new. ! •57 PLYMOUTH Tudor Savoy, R&H —- $1195 < ' • \ )(> FOltD Victoria, R&H , I ordomatic $1050 , < '57 SIMCA 4 Door Sedan , V-8 , Real Economy $1015 | ! '55 BUK'k Century -~,..- ; • - $1095 J 1 M-Door Hardtop, Fully Equipped ( '55 RAMBLER Wagon ..._ $1095 J i 4-Door Cross Country, R&H , Auto. Trans. fl '55 PACKARD Constellation Hardtop ij Immaculate Condition $ 993 / '55 FOB I) Ranch Waeon , I Dr. $995 i T,S FIAT COO 2 Dr., R&H 8895 '55 CHEVY Tudor , R&H --. $815 < '57 RENAULT DAUPBINE 4 Door , R&H - $795 \ '55 PLYMOUTH 4 Door, R&H, Automatic $695 ' « ':>:! PLYMOUTH Z 1>IU HARDTOP $595 i R&H. White Wall Tires. Like New. ' . - »:! PONTIAC CATALINA HARDTOP , R&H. Like New $595 I i NO DOWN PAYMEN T SPECIALS { *53 DODGE I I)lt. SEDAN -..- - $195 j '- ,:i WILLYS J Dr. SEDAN - $445 j \ '52 OLDSMOMLE SS Dr. SEDAN , Au tomatic _... $445 | I RAMBLER \ OF PATCHOGUE i AUTH ORIZED SALES and SERVICE | j HOLLBROOK MOTORS , INC. j I 575 East Main Street , Patchogue GRoyer 5-3400 j I ^__^___——— .^—^^__ ^_^^____ Ti ^AAAAAAAIUUiAMAAA^AAJUIAfUlAAAAMAA AAAAAM^^ I Vw;s^^^^^™*™\°^^^ ^^^ ^^^S^L I ;i ^ \^^smm^^^^^^^^mAiSl\ ;| NEW GIGANTIC REDUCTIONS IM ^ TC 959 FORD TRUCKS DEUVERY I • Pickups — 6 and 8 CyL— 6 l / 2 and 8 ft. Boxes I Si • F 100' s — F 250' s — F 350' s j; ij •*+•*+•****•***•******+•***•***•***•****•+*+**#******••*•*** I' - ll USED TRUCKS TOO ! | ;! 55 FORI) V 100 Pickup. Like New 55 OMAC Pickup! A pioney maker. || j! 51 FORD F 100 Pickup. Automatic 5fi FORD F 100 Pickup jj !| *•***•***•*•********•* **•*** + *****+* ********* • #•****•**•***••*¦ *• j : ! PATCHOGUE MOTORS , Int. Z^Z^^TZ IB | G VALU E TIC K ET! ^ S, » EXTENDED FOR A S ECOND WEEK ONLY ! ^WfeiM B CREDIT * BY PHONE — HOU R ' DELIVERY ! ii Wm '58 MERCURY 4 Dr . Sedan , T,(i MERCURY Convertible , '55 FORI) 2 Dr. Auto. Trans ., « L wB| H '57 MERCURY 2 Dr. Hardtop, '5(» FORI) Convertible , ' • \ ' 1 '' . '^ ''j !^.; ( \ m< ' r , ihU ' ' C ^ » «1 m 57 AuYo '* Trans ' S '' d ! m V \ ' S ' '^ U&l^AutiFW-lm ^'' 9 ^ V\ \\ !\ 1 ' *!^ ^S* IK '56 PONTIAC 4 Dr. Hardtop, '56 BACK Alt!) I Dr. Sedan , Full Power jE| I PATCHOGUE GARAGE CORP . S ^S J0 ' |Bf SUNRISE HIGHWAY , Ea»t of Medford Avenue GRover 5-1100 JU$ $^ POSITION OPEN For Advertis in g Salesman Large weekly newspaper has an opening for mature man or woman. Must have good education , neat in appearance , n ice personalit y and not afraid of work. A car , in Rood running condition , is a must. A background of selling experienc e in necessary. Must be familiar with copy writing and layout plus advertising selling experience. References. Please write for appointment and state qualifications , salary expected , address and telephone number in first letter. Address \Advertising Manager , \ P, O. Drawer 780 , Patchogue , Long Island. I ' \~ j l , ^^Mnlll f fllf I ^4* ——B-fT ~ Z ^^^^J '58 IMPALA CHEVY $2195 Loaded with extras '58 CHEVY 4-Door $1985 I Vs . Aufomatic , R&H '58 PONTIAC 4-Door Hardtop $1975 An Ioni a tic . R&H j '56 CHEVY 4-Door Hardtop $1295 Vs , Automatic , H&H '57 MERCURY 4-Door Station Wagon. .$1665 VS . Aufomatic , R&H '56 DODGE 4-Door $995 VS . Automatic . R&H '58 ISETTA 600 $775 j 1 Hill Of C H EVROLET , INC. Hill \l~ USED CAR LOT \ ill IE I 111 r,:i:t K AS I M;iiu Street Patcliouiie | I1ULVL (iRover 5-1(102 <XK300<»3000CKXXXXXXXX >OOOOOOOOOOOOOOCKXXKXMXX5000000 I I klriiif § 0 ^ * Sjfl I &7J \\ Mm \ • 4 Room finishc(l base . $9, 000 8 5 ^^ IrSlffyT^ iiBL- • 'l Room . R ath §8,500 g S ^ ^ j WB jHHBP^ ^ • Rancb , 3 bedrooms , near shops , § I IN THESE FINE HOMES cUurchts ' 2 ' 2 \ ars olti ?n ' 250 1 8 REAL ESTATE Since 1927 § 8 G. A. PROIOS , Realtor HAWKINS AVENUE § 8 LAKE RONKONKOMA , N. Y. ROnkonkoma U-8336 g Sa tisfied Claimant ' «& a^ ; s jg - i*X j| f ;| Joseph Jaconc , Bronx , IV. Y.: \1 was very well satisfied with the way the Allstate adjuster handled my claim settlement. \ Fast help and fair treatment like this exp lains why Allstate insures more New York cars than any other company. Friendly help from Allstate is always as near as the nearest p hone. Claims often settled right \ on-the-spot \ — with no Home Office red tape. Allstate Insurance Companies , Skokie , Illinois. Moriches Tribune Also \ .... Big Savings Because of Low Combination Rate Personal WILL CARE FOR CHILDREN in my home , daily, weekly. Ex- perienced mother. Reasonable. Mrs. Kiefer , ATlanti c 9-05C6. 51)12

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