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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, December 10, 1959, Image 3

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\7ir\TAD V r\T\T\TCD was celebrated by Brookhaven VlLlUK l L>11N1\EJY Town Democrats Saturday at Patchogue Hotel. Among those attending were , left, to right , H. Lee Dennison , count y executive-elect; Dominic J. Baranello , town Democratic leader and Daniel Berke , affairs chairman. Mr. Baranello told those present that elected _ Democratic offi- cials will \fulfill their campaign pledges and bring to the voters of this town the kind of administration .they deserve. \ —Jay Don Photo Ex-Operational Chief at Seton Hall Dies at 76 Frank J. Carberry, Sr. , 76 , formerly of Patchogue and who for 3d years operated a plumbing and heating business in Brooklyn , died Saturday afternoon at the home of his son , Frank J. Car- berry, Jr. . . of 64 Grand avenue , Pougbkeepsie. Upon his retirement from his Brook:yn business in 1920 , Mr. Carberry moved to Pougbkeepsie to make his home. But a year later , hi returned to work , install- ing the heating and ventilating system at LaGuardia field and later at the New York World' s fair. After another period of re- tirement in Pougbkeepsie , Mri Carberry went to work for th_ - duPont Corporation in 1930. In V.US , he became general craft fore - man of the Memphis , Tenn., p lant of the company. In January, 1044 , he was assigned to secret work at the Oak Ridge, Tenn., plant and continued there until December 1 , 1949. Mr. Carberry was in possession of a War department award signed by Secretary Stimpson , for \ work essential to the production of the Atomic bomb , \ and also had a silver ring with \Manhattan Pro- ject A Bomb \ embossed on the face , onl y 500 of such rings hav- ing been given by the Eng ineer corps to key workers , lie also had received a department clean- liness award and a letter in praise of the safety record of his de- partment. Mr. Carberry was one of the first \500\ club on the Atomic bomb project. After his retire- ment from duPont. he became oper- ational manager of Seton Hall High school in Patchogue , where he and Mrs. Carberry made their home until he retired again in July, 1059 , and once more went to Pougbkeepsie to reside . Born Nov. 1 , 1883 , Mr. Car- berry was educated in schools in Long Island. He and Mrs. Car- berry, the former Miss Margaret Fox of Glendale , were married in 1907. While in the plumbing and heat- ing business , Mr. Carberry special- ized in large private homes , hos- pitals , schools and manufacturing plants. A communicant of St . Mary ' s church in Pougbkeepsie , Mr. Car- berry was a past grand knight of the Knights of Columbia and a member of the Elks. Surviving, in addition to his wife , are a son , Frank J. Car- berry of Pougbkeepsie; and two grandehiidrin. Frank J. Carberry 3rd, a student at the University of Buffalo , and J. Barron Car- berry, a student at Cornell uni- versity. • , Funera l services were conducted from the residence of Mr. Car- berry ' s son at 9:30 a. m. yester- day and St. Mary ' s church at 10 a. m., where a Solemn High Re- quiem Mass was celebrated. Inter- ment was in the family p lot in St. Peter ' s cemetery. Club Clare Owner Convicted of Lying Before Grand Jury RIVERHEAD — An all male jury de.iber - .ted four hours last Wednesday afternoon before con- victing Mrs. Nancy Clare Smith , a 47-year-old Lake Ronkonkoma tavern owner , of ly ing before a grand jury iour years ago when she denied the nite spot was open after 2 a. m. Mrs . Smith was released in $2 , - 500 bail by visiting Tioga County Judge Francis J. Clohessy to await sentencing January 22. Prior to her thrre-day trial , Mrs. Smith had been free without bail . The prosecution charged Mrs. Smith with perjury first-degree. She allegedly lied in June 1055 when she claimed her tavern , the Club Clare , closed at 2 a. m. May 28 . 1055. She also swore she was struck by State Police Corporal Richard O'Keefe when he raided the place. She faces a possible five-year piison term , p lus automatic loss of her state li quor license. Mrs. Smith was tried on the charges in October 1958. That case ended in a mis-trial , when the jury couldn 't agree on a verdict . Z ^I PENNEY ' S ^|^^5^v>^t Welcome to our biggest \$jmmg^mr * ~~^^fGift Giving Collection ! m JB m gg^ m nj ^^^^^^^^TTT '^^ M men s Suburbans | p, ] Warm quilted linings in rich meltons of stri pes and plaids. Wm gtfl A f% TO \~ 'V ^ Also some wool/nylon/cashmere blends with quilt linings H I Qv y ^^^^ 1 ^^ 1 ^!! in the group. Every one a fabulous value and every one H H : ^' aJ i f a want item for that man on your Christmas list. H fi B' \ { A Deluxe quality coats with wa rm orlon fleece linings . 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W A ^ pfr • ^B^^ l Shwi Lewi. Puppet. .66 Urge Truck. 66 ^^^^ |^^^ f \: f S' •$& ^BBawJ Sweep & Dust Kits. . .66 Uncle Wi gg ley 66 ^@3Blllk T%;> , > I < ^^2^/ ^^ ^^^P ! Charm Jewelry 66 Doll Furniture 66 ^^jS gg i g L ^ ' ^ -C^L J * \*\ ' * ' *¦- : -' '\^ Gun & Holster .66 Penci! Craft 66 ^^™SCSF SPECIAL! FAMOUS SPFCIAL' HAND o- o • M i • i i Ra utrco irii/n DV ° ^ • _v!l; „ B IJ ? Business 66 Li ncoln Logs 66 NYLON PILE LINED DACRON® , NYLON MAK ER JEWELRY BEADED SUPPERS D,g LEATHER BOOTS ! AND COTTON SLIP >\ V-, „,,,, I * ifi7 Pound A Peg .66 Magic Wood 66 ^ Q C *% QO ^ P PIUS V I {^• ml I Rocky Color Cones .66 Honeym ' n Express.. .66 O^^ Mm V i in In mach I women ' s ..nd *iri» > siz.-s Flash Cards ...66 Presto Paints 66 s,/es ' *\ ,0 H .«* 32.« Gift pretty sli ppers . Beautiful ... warm and New easy-care f a b . r i c Flash i n g moonstones , heaped with snuggl y Little Country Dr 66 Plastic Spell. Board.. .66 sturd y, too! Penney ' s boots favorite . . . embroid- aurora stonesets , tai- bunny fur. Simulat- Little Pla y Nurse .66 S pud Gun 66 make it a p leasure to go out ered a n d trimmed in lored metals , simulated ed leather-like p las- in the cold or snow ! Easy nylon net. Has shadow pearls ! Ropes , bibs , tic with cushiony Paint B y Numbers 66 Play Pianos 66 footing, too , with cush- panel. White , blue or single strands of sp len- soft soles. Cotton p , ^ ioned crepe heels and soles. p ink. Proportioned dor ! Matching brace- felt lined. 4 to 9 , Books bb ^»ay Shoes oo Get yours now. s j ze s. lets , earrings , p ins! 8 to 3. .. * * * SHOP PENNEY'S , YOU'LL LIVE B ETTER , YOU'LL SAV E * ~ g 1^ « \ \ i M M ilAI r ^MSP i 11 IIMTOy' Wt 0fe« I I M ^gg^ V V * I SAVE ™I Y NOW! j I COMFO RT % ? * « v Prove it yourself! Add to W/ \k ^ % your winter comfort . . . save ^, '^I A . « g up to one-third on fuel. Pays d^ngfrf lh & M \ for itself! Here ' s a bonus — £r ^ rSsBif \) * % next summe r insulation will /<^ MBW *\ y keep your home much cooler. •^w ^^^s ^' « f For a sure speed y job call— -J C TK A A . J « I Mc RAE BROS. I 410 WEST MAIN STKEET PATCHOGUE ^ $ (Move r 5-1200 g YES.. Insurance Premiums Financed in 9 Easy Payment. at the CHARLES PILGER AGENCY GRover 5-5151 CENTER MORICHES — The Ladies ' Guild of the Presby terian church of the Moriches met re- cently at the home of Mrs. Myron Huise of Union avenue here. Ar- rangements were made for the Christmas party to be held Tues- day. PRESBYTERIAN YULE PARTY People do read The Patchogue -Advance news and advertising. You are doing so now. —Adv.

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