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NOTICE The Board of Education of Central School District #5 , Towns of Brookhaven , Islip and Smith- town , Suffolk County, N. Y., (In accordance with Section 103 of Article 5A of the General Muni- cipal Law) hereby invites the sub- mission of sealed bids on the fol- lowing: 1. Canned Goods Bids will be received until 2:00 P. M., E. S. T., on the 18th day of September , 1959 , at the Gate- lot Avenue School , Gatelot Ave- nue , Lake Ronkonkoma , N. Y., at which time bids will be publicly opened. Specifications and bid forms may be obtained at the District Office , Parsnip Pond Road , Lake Grove , N. Y., For any further in- formation , phone JUni per 5-S6G1. The Board of Education re- serves the ri g ht to reject any bid or all bids and also to waive any info rmalities it considers to the school district' s best interest. All bids submitted shall be bindin . tr for 45 days subsequent to the date of the bid opening. September 3 , 1959 Dated BOARD OF EDUCATION Central School District #5 Lake Ronkonkoma , N. Y. By Doris V. Alexander District Clerk PAINTING WATER STORAGE TANKS, CENTRAL ISLIP STATE HOSPITAL , CENTRAL ISLIP , SUFFOLK COUNTY , NEW YORK NOTICE TO BIDDERS. Sealed proposals for Painting Water Storage Tanks , Central Islip State Hospital , Central Islip, N. Y., in accordance ' With Specification No. 16023GE will be received by Henry A. Cohen , Director , Bureau of Contracts , Department of Public Works , 12th Floor , The Governor Alfred E. Smith State Office Building, Albany, N. Y., on behalf of the Department of Mental Hy- g iene until 2:00 P. M. (Advanced Standard Time) which is 1:00 P. M. Eastern Standard Time , on Wednesday, September 16 , 1959 , when they will be publicl y opened and read. Each proposal must be made upon the form and submitted in the envelope provided therefor and shall be accompanied by a certified check made payable to the State of New York , Commis- sioner of Taxation & Finance , in the amount stipulated in the Itemized Proposal , as a guaranty that the bidder will enter into the contract if it be awarded to him. The specification number must be written on the front of the enve- lope. The blank spaces in the pro- posal must be filled in and no change shall be made in the phraseology of the proposal. Pro - posals that carry any omissions , erasures , alterations or additions may be rejected as informal. The State reserves the right to reject any or- all bids. Successful bidders will be required to give a bond conditioned for the faithful per- formance of the contract and a separate bond for the payment of laborers and materialmen , each bond in the sum of 100% of ttie am ount of the contract. Specifica- tions may be examined free of charge at the following offices: State Architect , 270 Broadway, New York , N. Y. State Architect, 4th Floor , 488 Broadway, Albany 7 , N. Y. District Supervisor of Building Construction , State Office Build- ing, 333 East Washington St., Syracuse , N. Y. District Supervisor of Building Construction , Genesee Valley Re- gional Market , 900 Jefferson Road , Rochester 23 , N. Y. District Eng ineer , 65 Court St., Buffalo , N. Y. Director , Central Islip State Hospital , Central Islip, N. Y. Drawings and specifications , ex- cepting the State Architect' s Standard Specifications , may be obtained by calling at the Bureau of Contracts (Branch Office), De- partment of Public Works , 4th Floor , Arcade Bldg. , 486-488 Broadway, Albany 7 , N. Y., or at the State Architect' s Office , 18th Floor , 270 Broadway, New York , N. Y., and by making a deposit of $5.00 for each set , or by mail- ing such deposit to the Albany address. Checks shall be made payable to the State Department of Public Works. Proposal blanks and enve- lopes will be fu rnished without charge. The State Architect' s Standard Construction Specifications are re- quired for this project and may be purchased from the Bureau of Accounts & Finance , Department of Public Works , 14th Floor , The Governor Alfred E. Smith State Office Building, Albany, N. Y., for the sum of $3.00 each. GES:jp Dated: August 21 . 1959 WATERPROOFING EXTERIOR WALLS , PILGRIM STATE HOSPITA L , BRENTWOOD , SUFFOLK CO., L. I., N. Y. NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed proposals covering Con- struction Work for Waterproofing Exterior Masonry Walls of Build- ings Nos. 19 , 20 , 27 , 28 , 29 , 30, 31 , 42 , 43 , 45 , 47 , 55 and 56 , Pil- grim State Hospital , Brentwood , L, I., N. Y., in accordance with Specification No. 15763-C and ac- companying drawings , will be re- ceived by Henry A. Cohen , Direc- tor , Bureau of Contracts , Depart- ment of Public Works , 12th Floor , The Governor Alfred E. Smith State Office Building, Albany, N. Y., on behalf of the Department of Mental Hygiene , until 2:00 o ' clock P. M., Advanced Standard Time , which is 1:00 o ' clock P. M., Eastern Standard Time , on Wed- nesday, September 23 , 1959 , when they will be publicly opened and read. Each proposal must be made upon the fo rm and submitted in the envelope provided therefor and shall be accompanied by a certified check made payable to the State of New York , Commis- sioner of Taxation and Finance , in the amount stipulated in the proposal as a guaranty that the bidder will ente r into the contract if it be awarded to him. The speci- fication number must be written on the front of the envelope. The blank spaces in the proposal must be filled in , and no change shall be made in the phraseology of the proposal. Proposals that carry any omissions , erasures , alterations or additions may be rejected as in- formal. The State reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Suc- cessfu l bidder will be requited to give a bond conditioned for the faithfu l performance of the con- tract and a separate bond for the payment of laborers and material- men , each bond in the sum of 100% of the amount of the con- tract. Drawings and specification may be examined free of charge at the following offices: State Architect , 270 Broadway, New York City. State A rchitect , 4th Floor , Ar- cade Bldg., 480-488 Broadway, Albany 7 , N. Y. District Supervisor of Bldg. Constr. , State Office Building, 333 E. Washington St., S yracuse , N. Y. •District Supervisor of Bldg. Constr. , Genesee Vallev Regional Market , 900 Jefferson \ Road , Ro- chester 23 , N. Y. District Eng ineer , 65 Court St., Buffalo , N. Y. Pil grim State Hospital , Brent- wood , L. I., N. Y. Drawings and specifications may be obtained by calling at the Bureau of Contracts , (Branch Office), 4th Floor , Arcade Bldg., 486-488 Broadway , Albany 7 , N. Y. , or at the State Architect' s Office , 18th Floor , 270 Broadway, New York City, and by making deposit for each set of $20.00 or by mailing such deposit to the Albany address. Checks should be made payable to the State Depart- ment of Public Works . Proposal bl anks and envelopes will be fur- nished without charge. The State A rchitect' s Standard Construction Specifications will be required for this project and may be purchased from the Bureau of Accounts and Finance , Department of Public Works , 14th Floor , The Governor Alfred E. Smith State Office Building, Albany, N. Y. , for the sum of $3.00 each . DATED: 8/28/59 GRC/N NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the qualified voters of the Mid- dle Island Fire District , Town of Brookhaven , County of Suffolk and State of New York , that a Special Meeting will be held at the Fire House in said District at Arnold Drive , Middle Island , NtVw York , on Thursday, September 17th , 1959 , between the hours of Seven (7:00) o ' clock P. M. and Ten (10:00) o ' clock P. M. Eastern Dayli ght Savings Time , for the/ purpose of voting on the follow- ing Proposition: PROPOSITION NO. 1 Shall the Commissioners of the Middle Island Fire District be authorized to expend a sum not exceeding $10 , 250.00 , in excess of the amount authorized by Sub- division 18 Section 176 of the Town Law of the State of New York , to be expended for the fis- cal year I960 , for any of the pur- poses authorized by the provisions of Article 11 of said Town Law. - \An itemized proposed Budget of Expenses for 1960 will be posted on the Bulletin Board of the Mid- dle Island Fi re House , and may be examined at anytime previous to the voting and meeting of Sep- tember 17th , 1959. BOARD OF FIRE COMMIS- SIONERS . MIDDLE ISLAND FIRE DISTRICT By John Mouzakes , Secretary. NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed bids will be received by the undersigned at the Brook- haven Town Hall , South Ocean Avenue , Patchogu e , New York , until 11:00 a. m. prevailing time , Tuesday, September 15th , 1959. Bids must be in duplicate and plainly marked on the outside face of the envelope. Item #1 — Ten (10) Good Roads , Model 4-U two -wheel sand spread- ers , or equal , to be delivered to the Brookhaven Town Highway Maintenance Yard , Coram , N. Y. Hem #2 — Ten (10) Good Roads , Model 701-H Snow Plows , or equal , comp lete with full swivel- ling caster wheels , hinged snow shield and universal front frame push and lifting device with hand hydraulic lift to be delivered to the Town of Brookhaven Highway Maintenance Ya rd , Coram , N. Y. Plows to be mounted by the Town of Brookhaven Highway Depart- ment. Item #3 — Two (2) Good Roads, Model # 721 Snow Plows, or equal , complete with full swivelling cas- ter wheels , with extra heavy duty unive rsal front frame push and lifting device with finger tip elec- tric powered hydraulic lift and 2 inch ram , to be delivered to the Town of Brookhaven Highway Maintenance Yard , Coram , N. Y. Plows to be mounted by the Town of Brookhaven Highway Depart- ment. Item # 4—Three (3) Good Roads , Model X-4297 Heavy Duty Front frame push and lift device , or equal , for Good Roads Model 701- H or 712 Snow Plows , complete with pump, ram and hose , to be delivered to the Town of Brook- haven Highway Maintenance Yard , Coram , N. Y. Frames to be mount- ed by the T own of Brookhaven Highway Dept. Item #5 — Two (2) Good Roads , Model X-4300 Heavy Duty front frame push and lift device , or equal , for Good Roads #721 Snow Plows , complete with pump, ram and hose , to be delivered to the Town of Brookhaven Highway Maintenance Yard , Coram , N. Y. Frames to be mounted by the Town of Brookhaven Highway De- partment. Parts for the above items must be interchangeable with other snow plows and spreaders owned by the Town of Brookhaven. Bids must be less State and Federal Excise Taxes . All equipment to be delivered to the Brookhaven Town Highway Maintenance Yard , Coram , N. Y. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. Detailed specifications and in- formation may be obtained at the office of the Superintendent -of Highways of the Town of Brook- 1 haven , Charles W. Barraud , Town I Ronkonkoma and the Lake News Mrs. B. DaTls . ROnk. 9-9690 Mr. and Mrs. Armando Nicoli and three daughters of Hawkins avenue are in Tennessee where they are visiting relatives . Mr. Nicoli is on vacation from his work at Grummans. Mrs. Edna Westberg of Princes Bay, Staten Island , was a recent guest at the home of Mrs. Jessa- mine Sanford of Gatelot avenue. First prize for pastels was awarded to Martin Weise of Pond road , the Lake , at the Wet Paints Studio group ' s tenth annual art exhibit held in the Community House in Sayville for three days , starting with a private showing for members and guests August 20. Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Jaeger and children , Elizabeth and Thomas , of Brookl yn and Mr. Jaeger ' s mother , Mrs. Esther Jaeger of Florida , were dinner guests Sun- day of Mrs. Charles Browne and sons , Fred and Thomas , of Friend- ly lane. The Patchogue Advance is on sale at Frank' s Stationery, Lake Ronkonkoma Stationers , Lechowit Delicatessen , Whelan ' s Drugs and Teddy ' s Luncheonette in Lake Ronkonkoma , and at the Thrift Center and Station Super Market m Ronkonkoma. —Adv. The Rev. and Mrs. Reid Gilbert and daugh ter were house-guests for a week of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis W. Davis and Richard Newton at their summer bungalow on Fire Island. Mr. Gilbert is a Methodist minister in Paterson , N. J. Miss Barbara Bottke has re- turned to her home on Hans bou- levard , the Lake , after spending several weeks with the Hans family at their Sally Patch farm in Westminster , Md. Barbara ' s brother , Carl , is now a guest of the Hans family. Mrs. Thomas Long and Mrs. Andrew Schmutzler and two daughters of Broadway avenue , Sayville , visited relatives at the Lake August 26. Miss Linda Guldenpfennlg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Guldenpfennig, celebrated hey fourteenth birthday August 22 at an outdoor tparty held in the gar- den of her parents ' home on St. James road. Guests were Misses Deborah Singer , Bonnie Urbom , Nancy Terry and Athena Jacobi and Robert Schmitt , Donald Gil- zih<?er , Rdbert Sayres, Jan Wagge and Warren DeMato of the Lake; Richard and James Vertichio , Miss Marilyn Hallock , Miss Diane Lake; Mr. and Mrs. John Hyman and children , John , Jr. , and Irene , of Farmingville; - Mr. and Mrs. Burtis Newton , Sr. ' , of St. James and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Newton of Greenlawn. A buffet supper was served. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Occhiuzzo of Johnson avenue are the parents of a daughter born in Brookhaven Memorial hospital August 15. Mr. and . Mrs. Robert Clark of Juniper avenue , Ronkonkoma , are the par- ents of a daughter born in the same hospital August 20. The St. Regis council of the Knights of Columbus of Lake Ronkonkoma is sponsoring a block party and bazaar to be held Sat- urday night and Sunday afternoon and night at the Atlantic and Pacific store parking lot on Haw- kins avenue in the Lake village. John Hayes council deputy grand knight , is chairman. Davis , Ronald Wallahora and** Gerald Guldenpfenni g of Lake Grove; David Gemmel and Miss Bernadette Napoli of Holbrook ; Miss Lorraine Tschante , Lawrence Tschante and Ted Wilson , Jr., of Holtsville and Miss Grace Santa Lucia of Farmingville. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Falcinelli of Division road are the parents of a daughter born in Southside hospital August 19. Mr. and Mrs. William Dobler of Blue Point have bought the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Youngren on Patchogue road. Mr . nnd Mrs. Youngren are planning to visit Finland , their native land. Mr. and Mrs. Burtis Newton , Jr. , of Hawkins avenue celebrated their second wedding anniversary August 11. Guests were Mrs. Ja- cob S. Jacobsen and sons , Leslie and Ronald , Mrs. Mildred Hyman and Miss Irene Hyman of the Glenn Kruse will return to Flushing next week after spend- ing most of the summer with his grandparents , Mr. and Mrs. . Her- bert Struller of Ninth street . Warren Davis , son of Mr. and Mrs. James Davis , celebrated his eighth birthday Sunday at- a bar- becue party on the grounds of his parents ' home on Farm-to-Markefc road. Guests were Mr. and Mrs- Edward Hazard and children , Dor> een and Scott , Mr. and Mrs. James Bryaiit and daughter , Barbara , and Warren ' s brother , Stephen. The Pine Lodge Social club met at the Pine Lodge Inn Friday. Mrs. Herbert Struller , vice presi- dent presided in the absence of Edward McDonald , president. The club meets the second and fourth Fridays of each month. The Home Extension service will hold Rall y Day at 1 p. m. Wednesday at St. Mary ' s Parish hall. Mrs. Claude Schildt , chair- man , will preside. Preliminaries on decorative p illows screening and sewing screens will be held. Plans for a card party to be held during October will be made with Mrs. John Sevenliss as chairman. At 2:30 p. m. -Mrs. Rose Peterson will speak on \ strokes. \ SCHOOL NEWS The Ronkonkoma school on Johnson avenue held faculty and staff meetings yesterday and to- day and will hold theim again Tuesday and Wednesday. School will open for all grades next Thursday with seventh and eighth grade students arriving at 7:45 a. m.; grades fourth , fifth and sixth students at 8:45 a. m. and \kindergarten and th i rd grade students at 9:10 a. m. The morning kindergarten will be dismissed at 11:30 a.m. and the aftrenoon kin- dergarten will start at 12:10 p. m. The Parent - Teachers associ- ation will hold its first meeting of the new school year at 8:30 p. m. next Thursday. All parents are invited to attend. Members of the school board will meet at 7:30 p. m. September 24. ' RONKONKOMA FIRE DEPT. Members of the Ronkonkoma fire department attended the fire- men ' s parade in Centereach Au- gust 26. James Cleary was officer in charge. The firemen put out two brush fires Friday. One was on Midland boulevard and Ann street with Arthur Davis in charge , and the other on Smith street with Mr. Cleary in charge. During the thunderstorm Sunday morning, two houses were struck by lightning. The firemen responded to both alarm s but found no fires at the house on Ackerly lane and Farm- to-Market road or the one on Alma and Hawkins avenue. Mr . Cleary was in charge. On August 26 the Ronkonkoma ambulance was called to the home of Fred W. Klintworth on Union ^>avenue. Dr. M. Jacoby was in . ' charge. Lester Yam , Jr., \ and Rich - ard Schaefer were the attendant ?,. The ambulance was called to Lak .u- view beach Sunday by the Bro /jk- haven Town police where Je /fry Richko of 30 Alma avenue , Se ' /den , had been drowned. Efforts t L i re- vive the victim were unsuccessful . Dr. Theodore Fried was in c ' /varge. Peter Browne , Thomas Browne , James Cleary and Leo Steid e ' l were ' the ambulance attendants. • LAKELAND FIRE T. EPT. The Lakeland Fire department went to MacArthur Ai rport Sun- day where they testr , «{ fi re w _ drants. During the t hunderstorm they were called to Lnkeland ave- nue and 17th street ' .v ' nere a house had been struck by > li ghtning. On arrival they found no fire. John Fleckerste- ' rti of 23 East- view road was or . -dered to South- side hospital last Th u rsday by the Ishp Town police, ' . Arthur Browne , Sr ., Ray Stulz a .nd Norman Wolde were the attendants. Margaret Carbas of La . » <eshore road was ordered to Brij okhaven Memorial hospital Friday by Dr. Theodore Fried. Mr. Browne , Mr . Wolde and Walter DenJarest were the at- tendants. TAugh Obernolte was stricke n w ith acute appendicitis Saturday :and was ordered to Brookhaven . Memorial hospital by Dr. Fried. . Gerard Healy and Vin- cent -Pla*i$a were the attendants- Mr. Obej .aiolte is a member of the Lakeland Medical corps and has answererl many mercy calls. HOLY CROSS CHURCH Hol .y Cross Lutheran church will have services Sunday at 8:15 , 9:30 arid . 11 a. m. Holy communion will be celebrated at all services. The chr/rch school meets at 9:30 a. m. 'The Ladies ' guild will hold a food and apron sale starting at 9 a . m. Saturday in a booth opposite \Bohack' s store on Hawkins avenu e in the Lake village. Members of the guild will go to Central Islip State hospital Wednesday to do volunteer work. - ¦The new service books will be dedicated Wednesday. Men ' s Work day will continue to be held each Saturday. Men will work indoors or out as the weather permits. M ETHODIST CHURCH The Methodist church at Five corners holds Sunday services at 11 , a. m. Sunday school meets at 9:30 a. m. Mrs. Otto Pfeil has been appointed superintendent of the Sunday school. Officers and Sunday school teachers will meet in the board room at 8 p. m. Tuesday. The Finance committee will meet in the Pastor ' s study at 8 p. m. Wednesday. ST. MARY'S CHURCH St. Mary ' s Episcopal church holds Sunday services at 8 and 9:30 a. m. The Rev. Edw ard Wis- bauer , the new vicar , will conduct both services. St. Mary ' s guild will hold its first meeting 0 f the season start- ing at 1 p. m. Tuesday in the parish hall. Refreshments will . be served. Election of officers for the new year will be held. ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH Masses in St. Joseph' s R. C. church Sunday are at 6:30, 7:30, 8:30 , 9:30 , 10:30 , 11:30 a. m. and 12:30 p. m. in the church; at 9:80 , 10:30 , 11:30 a. m. and 12:30 p. m. in the auditorium and at. 9:30 a. m. in the Civic hall in Holbrook. On Sunday, the Rev. Charles Nosser baptized the following in- fants: Steven , son of Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Kraus , sponsors , Miss A. Tabbitas and Michael Callari ; Dan- iel , son of Mr. and Mrs. James McCarthy, sponsors , Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McDonald; Maureen , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Caine , sponsors , Mr. and Mrs. Walter O'Brien. The Rev. George Latzko baptized Rick , son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Santonastasi , Sun- day. Sponsors were Miss Jean Hanscomb and Ronald James. The amount of $325 , 000 has been raised in pledges for the new parochial school . Our best is your best. If Ton are looking: far a wedding invita- tion that deserve nn \Oscar \ , nee The Pofahoirue Advance. -—Adv. Hall , South Ocean Avenue , Pat- chogue , New York. Dated: September 1st , 1959 at Patchogue , New York HENRY F. OSTERMANN TOWN CLERK TOWN OF BROOKHAVEN NOTICE TO BIDDERS Office of the Receiver of Taxes , Town of Brookhaven Main Street Port Jefferson , New York ¦:: ¦>> ; : • Sealed bids will be received ' 'My the Receiver ' of Taxes at the office of the Receiver of Taxes , Main Street , Port Jefferson , New York , in said Township, not later than 12:00 noon on September 15 , 1959 , for the supply of 100 , 000 white window envelopes and 100 , 000 grey or equal. Specifications must be seen at the office of the Receiver of Taxes , Main Street , Port Jefferson , New York , prior to September 8 , 1959 . All bids must include frei ght and delivery charges to and with- in the Tax Receiver ' s office . The Town Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Dated August 24 , 1959 By Order of The Town Board of the Town of Brookh aven Henry F. Ostermann Town Clerk NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed bids will be received by the undersigned at the Brook- haven Town Hall , South Ocean Avenue , Patchogue , New York until 11:30 a. m. prevailing time Tuesday, September 15 , 1959 re- garding: UNIFORMS — BROOKHAVEN TOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT: 1 — OVERCOAT: 30 oz. Beaver , Indigo Blue , Warrington Woolen 7030 — Three quarter length — New York City Police Regula- tion. 8 — BLOUSES: 14 Oz. Serge , Chrome Blue , Mead Textile 400- 14-602 — New York City Police Regulation. 36 — TROUSERS: 14 Oz. Serge , Ch rome Blue , Mead Textile 400- 14-502 — New York City Police Regulation. 36 — SHIRTS: 10 Oz. Tropical Chrome Blue , Mead Textile 9- 40-502 , to include State Seal Buttons. New York City Police Regulation. 18 — CAPS: 12 Oz. Serge , Chrome Blue , Mead Textile 400-12-502 , longpeak — New York City Po- lice Regulation. 2 — RAIN COAT: Light Weight Double back rubber coats — New York City Police Regula- tion. 2 — PAIRS RUBBER BOOTS: Short Slip-on Legging Rubber Boots — New York City Police Regulation . ALL UNIFORMS TO BE NEW YORK CITY REGULATION -- DETAILED SPECIFICATIONS TO FOLLOW. CLOTH TO BE USED TO BE MEAD TEXTILE OR WARRING- TON WOOLENS AS SPECIFIED. Measurements to be taken by tailor supplied by successful bid- der. The successful bidder to supply all uniforms or parts needed by this Department at the prices quoted in bid for the year 1959 , ending December 31 , 1959. UNIFORMS TO BE DELIV- ERED WITHIN 30 DAYS AFTER OPENING OF BIDS. All bids to be submitted in duplicate and to be less any Fed- eral or State Tax. The Town Board will reserve the right to reject any or all bids. Dated : August 31 , 1959 . at Patchogue , New York Henry F. Ostermann Henry Ostermann , Town Clerk Town of Brookhaven. REAL ESTATE CONVEYANCES (Consideration mentioned in some easee is that indicated by revenue tax stamps.) J Mnlello to P LeurRuna lot 23 Wood- land Park Bellport $14, 500. Lotito Bros Inc to C Pleah pel n s Main St Patchogue $7 .owl. F BarU' .iu to K Steinerl pel w 3 Con- klin Ave Patchoaue $5 ,000. Old Town Hills Inc to A Zinke pel ne s Woodhull lid East Setauket $15,000. Same to Alice Esly pel ne a Woodhull Kd East Setauket 527.000. Jopoit Homes to Gertrude Iiynaki va- rious lots in Port Jefferson Hifts Port Jefferson $42,000. E Szolosi to V Polumbo lots 42-46 ino blk 8 Lukevicw Park Lake Ronkonkoma $12 ,000. S Schlorck to .1 Hanna pel a a Hic- kory St Ronkonkoma $14, 500. G Wildprett to J Owen pel w s Hulsey Manor Kd Manorville $1, 500. A Murphy to H Yuhas lots 49-53 inc blk 4 Belle Terrace Brookhaven $17,500. O Bennett to C Hurter Jr pel e s Old North Ocean Ave 1' atchoKue $13 ,500. D Lcwin to A Bludes pel w a Oakuooci Dr Wilding River $1, 600. S Truman to F Calderone & ano pel pel w s Ocean Ave PatchoBUe $9 , 000. W Bindrim to D Hosan pel w s Thorn- wood Rd Centereach $12, 000. J K R Constr Corp to Belle Lippmann & ano pel s s Middle Country Rd adj land of Still Selden $18, 000. C Kla fter to C Cook various lots- in Mastic Bench Brookhaven Town $7,000. it Bone to O Bnssett pel sw B Dyke Ud Setauket $16 , 000. H Schwcyer to E Vaughan Jr lots 64-t>5 Port Jefferson Pluza Port Jefferson Station $1, 000. Grayside Builders Inc to L Hall lota 2711-2715 inc sec B Sound Beach Brook- hnven Town $22 , 000. M Topper to G Bennett pel n s Ter- rel l St Patchoerue $2 ,500. R Freda to H Aune lots 244-247 inc Natures Gardens Farmingvil!; $4 , 000. -S -Di Naro to F Tuzin lot 38 sec A Wood Acres Bellport $3,500. Shoreham on the Sound #1 Corp to J Weisenbloom lot 13 sec 1 Shoreham Beach Shoreham $11 ,500. Same to G Mou ra lot 12 same mop $20,000. L Prudowaky to 3eun Bassi pel w a Terrace Drive Lake Ronkonkoma $4 ,600. End Industries Inc to R Ellis pel e a Main St Port Jefferson $1,600. R Gaitea to F Mayer pel a s Maple Ave Port Jefferson $2,600. J Hare to A Fiorentino pel c s West Ave Pntchoeue $12 ,000. D Aldrich to U Fersuson pel e s Bay Ave Patchofcue $13,000. J Abbuehl to W Fryer pel e s Medford Ave Patchogue $15 , 000. I Terwilliger to A Vettel lot 20 Country Club Rd Bellport $14,500. J Connelly Jr to T Lomr pel c s Ore- gon Ave Medford $19,000. A Rampone Jr to J Meyorhoffer pel e s Dogwood Lane Stony Brook $12 , 000. R Wolf to F Iavarone lot 3 blk 4 Peri Homes Holbrook . $13 ,500. Same to J Connors lot 12 same map $13,500. Same to J Connel ly lot 9 same map $15,000. John Archdeacon Inc to S Pickart lot 60 Woodland Country Gardens Setauket 418.600. R Sylvester to Antrela Tovalarlo lots 46-47 Wildwood Hills Wnding River $12. - 500. Woodhull Estates Inc to E Petty pel n s Lenox St Port Jefferson $1,000. A Lunati to J Contanzo pel e s Dog- wood Lane Patchogue $2 , 000. Security National Bank to J Cotting- ham pel a a Cedar St Center Moriches $7,000. W Stone to W Salek lot 20 Shore Haven Estntes Lake Ronkonkoma $5,000. E Dittrlch to M Moreno lot 16 sec 1 Beachmont Miller Place $9,000. A Lauricella to S Capone lot 486 Natures Gardens Selden $4,000. E Mnier to R Jacoltia pel cor Edward St & Oxhead Rd Centereach $7 ,000. S Lichensteln to T Long pel n a Academy St Patchogue $9, 500. W Liebenhaut & ano to Elizabeth Kav- anaKh lots 443-448 .inc. Mastic Estates Mastic Beach $5, 000. MORTGAGES Gertrude Rynski to Joport Acres Ino various lots in Port Jefferson Hgta Port Jefferson $35 , 000. D S Arsennult & w to Franklin Na- tional Bank pel n s Lenox St Port Jet- fcrson $12 , 400. S Brisciano & w to Bay Shore F S L A pel n s Miller St PatchoRUe $10 ,000. J Avolla & w to E Shevlin & w pre- mises k/a 10 Anne Rd Centereach $6,800. O J Cafnro & w to Equitable Life Assur Soc pel w a Valentine Rd Shoreham $11,700. E Sti-imboulcs & w to Southold Sav Hk pel e a Willis Ave Port Jefferson $5 , 000. H Wittlne 4 w to Dime Sav Bk pel e s Woodhull Rd East Setauket $17 ,000. H Heller & w to Security Natl Bk pel n s Muin St Center Moriches $12,000. J V Russo & w to Sayville F S L, A pel e a Benjamin Ave East Morichea $8,600. A Fiorentino to Same pel e a West Ave I' tttchoRUe $9 . G«0. C E Bmsett to Union Sav Bk pel sw s Dyke Rd Strongs Neck Setauket $10 , 000 . J Hanna 4; w to Farmingdale F S L A pel e s Carroll Ave Ronkonkoma $11 . - 380. D A Hogan & w to Mendow . Brook Natl Bk pel w a Jay Rd Centereach $11 ,000. It Ferguson & w to Security N . atl Bk pel a a Potter St Patchogue $11 , 100. W. A Fryer & w to J C Abbuehl & w pel e » Medford Ave Patchogue $13 , 000. C H Kerrigan & w to Security Natl Bk pel nw a Millard Ave Miller Place $10,000. T J Long a w to Bellport Natl Bk pel a o Simthaven Ave Medford $10,000. J McMullen & w to College Point Sav Bk pel w a Hunter Ave Miller Place $10 , 500. J Vertichio to Sayville F S L A pel w a St James Rd Lake Grove $13, 000. Neither rain , sleet , Ice nor heat prevents delivery to your home or your office of your Patchogue Advance. Only $5.00 a year. Write or telephone the Circulation Man- ager and start your paper today —^GRover 5-1000. —Adv- LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS BAYPORT - BLUE POINT SCHOOL DISTRICT TRANSPORTATION SCHEDULE NOTE: All children living: one mile or more from the school building; (pub- lic , private or parochial) which they legall y attend are entitled to free transportation. School buses , Elmer L. Fogerty and Son , contractor , will observe the following tentative bus schedule TO school. (The same stops will be observed returning: FROM school) Students w II proceed initially to take the bus at the bus stop nearest their home. Public schools will open Wednesday, September 9th. BUS SCHEDULE ROUTES AND TIMES OF PICKUPS BAVI'ORT AND BLUE POINT STUDENTS TO: StiTON HALL HIGH SCHOOL > 8:15 A. M. - 2:55 P. M. Session ROUTE #1 1. Locust and McConnell Bayport 7:38 2. Middle Rd. and McConnell Bayport 7:40 3. Edgewater and Middle Road Bayport 7:42 4. Snedecor and Middle Road Bayport 7:43 5. Bayport Ave. and Middle Road Bayport 7:44 6. I'airview and Middle Road Bayport 7:45 7. Gillette and Middle Road Bayport 7:46 8. Middle Road and W yandanch Blue Point 7-48 9. Middle Road and Nelson Ave. Blue Point 7-49 10. Middle Road and Blue Point.Ave. Blue Point 7-50 11. Smith St. and Blue Point Ave. Blue Point 7-51 12. Atlantic Ave. and Hill St. Blue Point 7-53 13. North Division Ave. at #49 Blue Point 7:54 14. North Division Ave. & Pa rk Ave. Blue Point 7:55 ARRIVE AT SETON HALL APPROXIMATELY 8 o ' clock TO BAVt'ORT - BLUE POINT HIGH SCHOOL 8:30 A. M. - 3:11 P. M. Session ROUTE #2 1. Middle Rd. and Boylan Lane 8:00 2. Middle Kd. and Giliette Ave. 8:02 3. Middle Rd. and Fairview 8:03 4. Harriet and West Lane 8:06 5. Suydam Lane and Oak Rd. 8:08 0. Seaman and Brown River Road 8:10 7. Bay Avenue and Middle Road 8:12 ARRIVE AT HIGH SCHOOL APPROXIMATELY 8:15 A. M. ROUTE #3 1. Eatondale and Park 8:04 2. Eatondale and Oak wood 8:06 3. Bell Avenue and Purick 8:07 4. Purick and Sy lvan 8:09 5. Lakeview and Montauk Hig hway 8:12 ARRIVE AT HIGH SCHOOL APPROXIMATELY 8:15 A. M. ROUTE #4 1. Homan and Montauk Highway 8:02 2. Division and Scott 8:04 3. Division and Park 8:06 4. Kennedy and Oakwood 8:08 5. Montauk and Bowne 8:10 6. Montauk and Blue Point Ave . 8:12 ARRIVE AT HIGH SCHOOL APPROXIMATELY 8:15 A. M. ROUTE #5 1. Madison and Corey 8:00 2. Bayview and Woodland 8:03 3. Bergen and Grandview 8:05 4. Blue Point Ave. & Middle Road 8:07 5. Middle Rd. and Namkee Rd. , (South of Pheasant Way) 8:09 ARRIVE AT HIGH SCHOOL APPROXIMATELY 8:15 A. M. ROUTE #6-1 1. Bliss St. and Waverly Ave. 8*00 2. Atlantic Ave. & Hill g;05 3. Atlantic Avenue and Weeks St. 8:07 4. Madison and Barteau Ave 8-10 ; ARRIVE AT HIGH SCHOOL APPROXIMATELY 8:15 A. ' M. I ROUTE # 6-2 b 1. Blue Point Ave. and Maple St. 8-18 ; 2. Maple St. and Nelson Ave. 8-20 « ' 3. Maple St. and Namkee Rd . (North of Pheasant Wav) 8-22 ! ARRIVE AT HIGH SCHOOL APPROXIMATELY 8-25 A M STUDENTS TO BLUE POINT ELEMENTARY SCH O OL ' * 8:40 A. M. - 2:30 P. M. Session . Kindergarten 8:10. - 11:15 A. M. -.„ - . ¦ ., . ¦, ' , :;; 12:00 - 2:30 P. M. ROUTE #1 1. W averly Ave. and Sterling Place 8:23 2. Park and Division (N) 8:28 3. Park and Kennedy 8:30 4. Park and Eatondale 8:32 5. Eatondale and Pine 8-33 ARRIVE AT BLUE POINT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL APPROXI- MATELY 8:35 A. M. A. M. Kindergarten dismissed at 11:15 A. M. (All bus students attend the A. M. session). ROUTE #2 1. Middle Road and Willyn 8:18 2. Edwards Lane #17 8:20 3. Boy lan Lane and Lagoon Court 8:22 4. Boylan Lane stop at #34 8:24 5. Atlantic Ave. and Kinn St. 8:28 ARRIVE AT BLUE POINT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL APPROXI- MATELY 8:32 A. M. ' BAYPORT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 9:00 A, M. - 3:00 P. M. Session Kindergarten 9:00 A. M. - 11:30 A. M. 12:30 P. M. - 3:00 P. M. ROUTE #1 1. Seaman and Woodland 8:45 2. Seaman and -Bay 8:46 •i r>„.. „v,w MirM In T>A S-4S O. 13UV cviiv* a.,n«^..^. *v»*. \¦ - — 4. Harriet and Edgewater 8:50 5. Harriet and Connetquot 8:52 ARRIVE AT BAYPORT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL APPROXI- MATELY 8:55 A. JVI. ROUTE #2 ( 1. Gerritsen and James 8:40 2. Fairview and Meadow Lane 8:43 3. Meadow Lane and Gillette 8:45 ARRIVE AT BAYPORT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL APPROXI- MATELY 8:50 A. M. ROUTE #3 1. Svlvan and Purick 8:35 2. Gillette and Midwood Court »:J8 3. Gillette and Ridgewood 8:40 4. First Ave. and Second St . 8:4b ^ Third Ave. and First St. 8:50 ARRIVE AT BAYPORT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL APPROXI- Note- AH Kindergartners who ride will go for the morning ses- sions , on the 1st to 6th grade routes and return at 11:30 A. M. ST LAWRENCE SCHOOL - SAYVILLE 8:45 A. M. - 2:30 P. M. Session ROUTE #1 1. Nelson and Dane St. 8:18 2. Middle and Bergen ° : £> 3. Atlantic and Park St. 8:^ 4. Park St. and Division ° ' <g 5. No. Division and Montauk 8:2a 6. Church and Eatondale 8:27 7. Ridgewood and Sylvan 8^» 8. Montauk and Bayport Ave. »:di 9. Second Ave. and First St. O : JO 10 Rernice and Renee Drive ° ' - J ' . ARRIVE AT ST. LAWRENCE APPROXIMATELY 8:42 A. M. ROUTE #2 1. Snedecor and Academy 8:17 2. Middle Rd. and Gillette »:£« 3. Middle and Gerritsen » ;£* 4. Middle and Snedecor »•£> 5. Harriet and Edgewater » : £* 6. Middle and Edgewater » ;£' 7. Middle and Suy dam ° ;^? ARRIVE A T S -I^ L I W RENCE APPROXIMATELY 8:35 A. M. ¦ ST FRANCIS SCHOOL , PATCHOGUE 9:00 A. M. - 3:00 P. M. Session ROUTE #1 1. Hayvmrd and Waverl y ? ; «; > 2. Blue Point Elementary School °-> 3. Middle Rd. and Boylan Lane °- >I \ 4. Middle Rd. and Bergen Lane °-* J (This stop lor children to Lutheran School) 5. Middle Rd. and Atlantic |; - 6. Atlantic and Montauk HiRhway A IMMVII ' AT ST FRANCIS SCHOOL 8:6.5 A. M. EMANUEL LUTHERAN SCHOOL , PATCHOGUE 9:0 BmiTE \/i : ° (SAME ' BUS AS ST. 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