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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, December 17, 1959, Image 15

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Lost LOST MONDAY P. M., DECEMBER 11 , 1959 , in Dr . Harder ' s office , Bell port , N. Y. or on walk from door to road curb , envelope containing money. If finder will telephone BEll port 7-0038W . satisfactory evidence will be furnished to finder as to ownership. Liberal reward guaranteed on return. ITtl DUCK BOAT in Mastic or Moriches area , 7th of Decem- ber. Decoys inside with \E. B. Austin \ or \Connett\ on keel. JOHN SNIODEKIOR ATlantic 0-8397 17U SMALL FEMALE CAT Named \Susie , \ black , brown and rust stri ped , lost December 9 vicinity Newman Street , North Patchogue. Reward . SEIden 2-8207 17tl LARGE MALE ORANGE colored cat , Blue Point vicinity. EMerson 3-6573. ITtl MMM—K— __¦ «¦_¦__»¦*——M—M—M—M— « Furniture for Sale JANUARY CLEARANCE KINGSON FURNITURE WAREHOUSE Rt. 112 , % Mile North of Sunrise Hig hway, North Patchogue , N. Y. OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS ALL NEW Reclining Chairs 33.00 4 pc. Snack Tray Sets 5.95 Decorated Table Lamps 2 for $9. Standing Ash Trays 2.49 10 pc. Kroehler Curved Sectional Group 199.00 Hot Rod , 2% h. p. motor , foot controls 89.95 Modern Desk and Chair .. 18.00 7 pc. Chrome or Bronze Dinettes 09.95 6 pc. Dining Room Set , gray, oak or walnut 109.00 Maple Student' s Desk 29.95 Set 3 Tables—Blond , Mahogany, 2-Step — 1 Cocktail 17.00 Occasional Chairs 2 for 15. Hassocks 2.99 to 19.99 5 pc. Map le Captains Dinette 89.00 Maple Chest of Drawers .. 17.95 Kroehler ' s 4 pc. Foam Sectional ' . 199.00 Baby Swings. Comp lete with chain. Reg. 4.95 2.99 Maple Bunk Beds , com- plete springs and mat- tresses 59.00 Earl y American Wing Sofa. List $159.00 99.00 5 pc. Card Table Set 17.95 ITtl BLUE POINT FURNITURE EXCHANGE We Buy and Sell All Kinds of Household Furnishings. \Com e in and Look Around. \ Montauk Hwy., west of Traffic Light — Blue Point Telephone EMerson 3-6630 5tf CHAISE LOUNGE , $12. Phone GRover 5-1406 after 7 p. m. and weekends. 17tl FULL SIZE Hollywood bed , rea- sonable. Cull ATlantic 9-0287. 17tl Carpets—Rugs BE WISE . . . . . . ECONOMIZE SHOP AT HENRY'S HOMERAMA BROADLOOM Gulistan Ma gee Roxbury LINOLEUM Armstrong Congoleum-Nairn Forecast Vinyl Sandran SPECIAL Wool and Ny lon Carpet Comp lete with Padding - Tackless Installation - $5.95 sq. yd. 199 Main Street Sayville SA. 4-3940 12tl3 Bowling Supplies WHY GUESS ? GUARANTEED Fittings and Drilling on Premises ACE BALLS A Comp lete. Line of Bags - Shoes - Accessories Engraving - Trophies Open Evenings till 8 P. M. BOWLERS PRO SHOP , INC. 183 Sunrise Highway Bay Shore MOhawk 6-6515 lutlo C reach Lions Start Youth Center Move C10NTEREAC1I — Plans were launched for a $75 ,000 Centercach youth center at the December 9 meeting of the Centereach Lions c lub held at Villa Paw Restaurant , St. James. The center , which will be located on Horseblock road next to the town park, will have a game room and showers in the basement , and a lounge , kitchen facilities , dancing and meeting room on the main floor. The Lions are organizing committees to supervise fund raising, special gift donations , community relations , publicity and building plans. Pioneer Resident James A gnew Of L. Ronk. Dies LAKE RONKONKOMA—James Agnew , a former Lake Ronkon- koma postmaster , active civic fig- ure and long-time resident of this community, died last Wednesday at the age of 78. Mr. Agnew lived on Farm-to- Market road here and operated the Agnew and Taylor general store on Hawkins avenue since 1914. He started the business with his broth- er-in-law , Isaac Taylor. Mr. Tay- lor , also a well-known and well- loved resident of Lake Ronkon- koma , died some years ago. Mr. Agnew ' s two sons later joined their father in the business. Mr. Agnew was a past president and director of the National Bank of Lake Ronkonkoma. He was post- master here for a number of years , relinquishing the job in 1932. Mr. Agnew was a member of the Sayville Masonic lodge , a for- mer treasurer of the Lake Ron- konkoma Fire department and an ex-treasurer of the Lake Ronkon- koma Union Free library. He served for a time as a member of the Central School District 5 Board of Education. He is survived by two sons , William S. and James H. of Lake Ronkonkoma: a daughter , Miss Elizabeth Agnew of White Plains; two brothers in Ireland; a sister , Mrs. Margaret Smith of Vancou- ver , B. C , and three grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 p. m. Sunday at the Joseph A. Weber Funeral Home here. In- terment followed at the Lake Ron- konkoma cemeterv. Ike Names Senator Barrett To Advisory Commission Announcement has been made from the White House that Presi- dent Eisenhower had appointed Senator EHsha T. Barrett of Bright- waters to the Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations. The Commission was established by the Congress and became law September 24. The commission consists of 26 members , and Senator Barrett is one of three representing the leg- islatures of the states. Membership includes three U. S. Senators , three members of the House of Repre- sentatives , Governors Ribicoff of Connecticut , Hollings of South Carolina , Smylie of Idaho and Stratton of Illinois. There are three private citizens , including the mayors of Cleveland , Los Angeles , Seattle and Tucson. In addition , there are three county executives , the Secretary of the Treasury, the Secretary of Labor and the Secretary of Health , Edu- cation and Welfare. The duties of the commission as set forth in the act are to: Bring together representatives of the federal , state and local gov- ernments for consideration of com- mon problems; provide a forum for discussing the administration and coordination of federal grant programs; make available technical assistance to the executive and legislative branches of the federal government; encourage discussion and study at an early stage of emerging public problems that are likel y to require intergovernmental cooperation; recommend the most desirable allocation of jroverirnien- Ita l functions, responsibilities and revenues among the several levels of government; recommend nieth- I ods of coordinating and simplify- ing tax laws and administrative practices in order to achieve a more orderly and less competitive Sen. Ehsha T. Barrett fiscal relationshi p between the levels of government and to re- duce the burden of compliance by the taxpayer. The members of the commission will serve without compensation.! Senator Barrett' s appointment ,, believed to be the first of its kind to et>me to Suffolk eownly , was made just preceding the Presi- dent' s departure for Rome and bis pence mission to 11 countries. 7th Annual Audubon Yule Bird Count Dec. 26 The seventh annual Audubon Christmas Bird count will be held in the Central Suffolk County region which extends fiom Brookhaven and Yaphank east, to Westliampton and Riverhead and from Wading River south to Moriches inlet December 2(1. Fifteen or 20 Long Island ornitholog ists and bird-watchers divided into eight parties will S- scour the woodlands , fields , beaches and water areas in an attempt to determine how many species and individuals are present in the area. All birds seen will be carefull y identified , counted and recorded and a report sent to the Audubon society. During the Christmas season , over 500 such counts are coir- ducted annually in all parts of North America , about 10 of them on Long Island. These counts have a scientifi c value , for anal ysis of them gives much valuable infor- mation on year to year fluctuations in abundance or shifts in wintering- areas of various species , a spokes- man said. In addition , they are the outstanding ornithological sporting event of ' the year to the partici- pants and keen competition exists between the different regions , it was added. The Central Suffolk county count was started in 1953 under the leadershi p of Gilbert S. Ray- nor of Manorville. Other well known local ornithologists who take part are Leroy Wilcox of Speonk and Dennis Puleston of Brookhaven. During the six years of the count , annual lists ranging from 90 to 97 species and 9 , 000 to 18 , 000 individuals have been ob- tained. In all six years , a total of 130 species has been recorded in the area. Rules restrict the count to a single day and to an area not over 15 miles in diameter. Therefore , the observers are on the go all day long while some start before dawn and continue afte r dark attempting to locate and identif y owls by their call notes. Frequently, unusual species of birds appear at local feeding sta- tions or elsewhere unknown to the count participants. If any reader knows of the presence of uncom- mon birds in the reg ion , notifica- tion to any of the above named observers would be greatly appre- ciated and might result in the ad- dition of a new species to the list. Actuall y, such notification would be welcomed at all times of year , for the birds of the region are a subject of continual stud y hy sev- eral ornitholog ists and a sourc e of p leasure to many bird-watchers , a spokesman concluded. RIVERHEAD — The Suffolk ; Board of Supervisors on Monday authorized County Treasurer Ches- ter Jacobs to raise up to $10 , 000 , - 000 on notes to be issued in an- ticipati on of taxes. The borrowing is necessary because the towns , school districts and other special districts must receive their snares of tax money in full before any payments are made to the county. With eight of the 10 towns col- lecting taxes in two installments , the first due January 10 and the second May 31 , the county may not receive any money until next June. Supervisors Authorize j Raising $10 , 000 , 000 ALBANY — State Comptroller Arthur Levitt this week announced the distribution of $1 , 553 , 595.46 of motor vehicle tax receipts to the counties of the state and to the City of New York. Suffolk Count y ' s share is $74, 552.03. This tota l is the share of state- collected motor vehicle fees for the three months ending Septem- ber 30 , 1959 , which is being re- turned to the counties in accor- dance with the state highway law . The law provides that 25 per cent of the fees collected under the vehicle and traffic law, exclu- sive of application fees and ser- vice charge for special plate s , from residents of counties, be re- turned to local government. Suffolk County Regains State Vehicle Tax Share TO BE SUCCESSFUL — ADVERTISE A Classified Ad G ets Up Earlier Than Most Duck Hunte rs...Tel. GR 5-1000 CORAM FIREHOUSE ~*l,^ V' i p.m . Sunday, with Brookhaven Town Supervisor Percy B. Raynor delivering dedicatory address. Jacob T. Baczcnsky, chairman of fire commis- sioners , will present keys to firehouse to Chief Thomas Lyon. Fire department will hold open house and invites all residents and friends to stop by for ceremony, and program that will ¦ follow. New $80, 000 firehouse is located east, of j Route 112 intersection on Route 25. j ~~ i m i I IITT — — ~ — T n AUTHORIZED DEALER TRIUMPH SPORTS CARS SEDANS STATION WAGONS Sales — Service PARTS New and Used Cars WM. L. MANTHA CO. , INC. MIDDLE ROAD BAYPORT BAYPORT 8-0848 ADVKRTISEMENT \Happy With S ettlem ent\ &^U*w_. WSI&L ** *&%: jS»Si_ .,A^.\, Anthony Russo , Brooklyn , JV. V.: \I' m happy with my set- tlement and glad that Allstate acted so fast on my claim. \ Fast help and fair treatment like this exp lains why Allstate insures more New York cars than any other company. Friendly help from Allstate is always as near as the nearest p hone. Claims often settled right \ on-the-spot \ —with no Home Office red tape. Allstate Insurance Companies , Skokie , Illinois. ^—— WW \ **— W F— M '¦¦¦¦ill -—i ——'—i — ——I—e » ¦— — — —.——...—,—. — ——.—.—.— . — -— —...— ,¦———.—,———- . Distinctive Printing COMMERCIAL WORK BUSINESS STATIONERY BUSINESS CARDS MAIL ORDER WORK CATA LOGUES — FOLDERS PROGRAMS TICKETS RULED FORMS PERSONAL PRINTING ! RYTEX STATIONERY l i CALLING CARDS i l I ENGRAVING , PRINTING i I ¦ i i ¦ i < ! 1 , | ¦ I 1 Quick — Efficient — Reasonable ffilje flatrijogue Aftuaur? COMMERCIAL PRINTING DEPARTMENT 20 Medford Avenue Tel. GR 5-100 0 Patchogue i —- ———¦ I X\ \*Q^$&dgs&..T v ¦ * _ _ . ' . ' I 1^^^^^^' f a CtoMhtMf I HOLIDAY SALE AT RAMBLER STATION WAGONS M EiS 1 \!\ 1 * C.rIM,™, H„rdle,p »\» H Kan. All power. A. I. % 59 RAMBLER . R&H - $2395 58 FORD 2 Dr. R&H , W.W. Tires 1395 S 58 RAMBLER Custom , K&H , A.T. 1895 £ u »__ n » 300 u ., „ ,,*„ i -tqr . § 57 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4 Dr., V/8 .... 1795 57 NASH Ambassador , R&H «9.> 5 Ai t i» «w«.r AT WW Tlrea Au4o. Trans. Lqual t« now I 57 A^ B S B Custom ' R& n 1695 58 lilKC ^ :::::=::::::: i^ % 56 RAMBLER Custom , Auto. Trans 1295 Eanal to new 3 i- .el rHFVROLET R&H 695 57 PLYMOUTH 2 Dr. K&II , A.l M.'-> g j t UiLVKULLl , K&H ft»9 68 METRO. Hardtop 1195 g „. -,- ..- ,-,, -,., 68 HILLMAN , R&H 1195 _ CONVERTIBLE 57 FORD 2 Dr. Custom , K&H 1095 » 57 PLYMOUTH 2 Door 1095 g 55 JAGUAR Roadster , R&H ..._ 1595 56 PACKARD Sedan , Auto . Trans 995 6 All White. Like new. Double potver S „„,. 66 PLYMOUTH 1 Dr. 2 T.me , R&H .... 995 g 53 BUICK , R&H , Auto. Trans 595 53 p JAT 795 5 57 DAUPHINK 1 Door _ 795 g , , 55 METRO. Hardtop 795 2 4 „ 55 HUDSON 2 Dr. Hardtop 795 5 56 BUICK 2 DR. HARDT0l' S1495 Auto . Tn,ns. g Orig. 9. 000 mi. 1 owner 55 PLYMOUTH 4 Dr., R&H 695 * AII ^ RJP H ww ?{-»« 54 FORD Custom 1 Dr.. R&H 695 g All power , R&H , W.W. tire*. 5< CI |_ VROL _T 4 Dr. A.T 695 2 I ' 51 STUDEBAKER 1 Dr. A.T. 695 » Like new g „„_ . . .. „ 54 BUICK 2 Tone , A .T. 695 3 SEDANS 54 PONTIAC 695 6 51 RAMBLER , Economical 595 g 59 RAMBLER 4 Dr . Hardtop, R&H ....$2795 3(1 mi. per gal. V font. Wheel. W. W. 51 PACKARD 2 Door. Exlra clean 595 H 58 MERCURY 2 Dr. Hardtop 1895 53 OLDS. Dr. Super 88 , R&H , 595 y 59 RAMBLER Amor. 2 Dr. (New) 1795 A.T. power 1 I NO DOWN PAYMENT SPECIALS I V 53 DODGE 4 Door $195 53 RAMBLER Conv. $395 2 53 CHKVROLET 4 Dr., R&H 495 53 CHEVROLET Conv. R&H. Yellow 395 5 Owned hy Mrs. Clean 53 WILLYS 4 Door 395 W 53 FORD Station Wagon 495 53 HENRY J 4 Cyl. R&H 295 g 53 PONTIAC 4 Door. A.T 395 Economical , 25 mi. per gal. I RAMBLER of PATCHOGUE 6 AUTHORIZED SALES and SERVICE § HOLLBROOK MOTORS , INC. K 575 East Main Street PATCHOGUE GRover 5-3400 __ ^ _ ^^^t, RiflRB ft 3 Ji f^^^^ tf QrfVkiJh fAO 1 ^ m ^ MJ ^(M ^im J *^~ v^ ^fp & ' x ' : ^J^WBSSSfflSSSOT^^tesa^S*' STATION WAGON SALE!! '58 CHEV ROLET 4-DOOR V-8 , Auto. Trans., R&H '57 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR V-8 , Auto. Trans., R&H '57 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR 6 Cylinder , Standard Shift, '56 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR 6 Cylinder , Standard Shift '56 MERCURY 4-DOOR V-8 , Auto. Trans., R&H • PRICED TO SELL ! ! • III9I OT CHEV ROLET . INC. HUB \r USEO CAK LOT IIII I Hi! 533 East Main Street Patchogu e IVJ L.UI- GRover 5-1602 ' \\ — ' ' ' ¦¦\¦-¦ »-¦¦ —' ¦•— ¦'- — - ¦¦¦- ... . ¦ :— ¦¦ ¦ ¦ \ ¦:¦ . \¦ . Low Mileage Demonstrators 59 FORD Skyliner Full Power. 59 FORD $2885 Galaxic , Town Vic. Full Power. • Station Wagons 58 PLYM. V8 $650 2-Door , 6 Pass., Auto . 57 FORD V8 $1495 6 Pass. Standard. 57 FORD $1650 9 Passenger. • CLEAN CARS 56 FORD V-8 $1225 4 Door Victoria , Auto . 56 FORD V-8 $925 Customline 4 Dr., Auto. 55 MERCURY $1025 4 Dr. V-8. Auto. 54 MERCURY $650 H. T. V-8 , Auto. 54 FORD V8 $575 2-Door Customline , Auto. 54 PLYMOUTH $375 2 Dr. Station Wagon 6 Cyl. Standard 54 FORD V-8 $475 Mainline. 2 Dr. Stand. 52 FORD V-8 $175 Standard PATCHOGUE FORD , INC. 501 Medford Avenue Patchogue GRover 5-1134 Wanted to Buy TOP PRICES PAID FOR COPPER - BRASS ALUMINUM RAGS MACHINERY CARS - TRUCKS FACTORY SCRAP OUR SPECIALTY Tin For Our Hydraulic Press PATCHOGUE SCRAP IRON & METAL CO. Peconic Avenue MEDFORD Telephone GRover 5-0079 Open All Day Saturday ^ 46fEOT Motor Vehicles for Sale YOUR NEWEST SAAB DEALER '55 — MG - TF '53 — MG - TD '56 — TR3 BAYPORT SPORTS CAR CENTER 813 Montauk Hi ghway BAyport 8-5323 12tll 1956 STUDEBAKER Suburban , radio - heater . Excellent condition. Best offer. GRover 5-4570. 5tf 1950 STUDEBAKER 2 door , radio, heater , s'o<xl condition , $50. GRover 5-7211. 13tf 1957 PONTIAC yellow convert- ible. All power. White walls. Ex- cellent condition. $1 , 750 . ATlantic 4-0952 between 6-0 p. m. 15tf ENGLISH FORD 1957 Anglia , S600. Telephone ATlantic 9-0725. 15t3 1950 DODGE 4 DOOR SEDAN , radio, heater , good running condi- tion. GRover 5-1828 . 17tl 1955 MERCURY Mo/itelair , Merco- m:itic , -1 door , ?(!25. ATlantic 9- 118i > mornings . 17tl 19-4 9 STUDEBAKER 1 door .sedan , good transmu tation. $100. GRover 5-8199. lvtl 195G CADILLAC CONVERTIBLE , fully powered. low mileage , ex- cellent condition. Must sell. GRover 5-029!) evenings. 17tl 1952 O H E V R O L E T COUPE , heater , good tires , good condition , i 41?: r ' - .. A X!i>a_ ic 0-821 <i. 17tl 1017 PLYMOUTH SEDAN , runs nicel y, ori ginal owner , $50. GRover 5-1005 or 5-I2M. 17tl 11)50 OI.DSMOBILE , irood condf- tion , -?8. r i . Call SEIden 2-82G7. 17tl 195-1 PLYMOUTH station wag^n \ , low mileage , original owner. A-l condition. 1. Strebel , ATlantic 4- 024:1. 17tf QUARTER MIDGET GO-CART , $-15. Call EMerson :i-6121. ITtl Legal Notice NOTICE TO BIDDERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids are sought and rci]uesteii for the purchase of a I' .MiO \demonstrator \ Ambulance b y the Selden Fire District , Town of Brookhaven , Suffolk County, New York. The sealed bids will be received by the Board of Fire Commission- ers of said district , at the Selden Firehouse located at Woodmere Place , Selden , New York , between the hours of C.. -00 P. M. and 8:00 P. M. on December 2!) , 1050 , and will be publicly opened at 8:00 P. M. the same date. Bids must be made upon and in accordance with specifications for -said ambulance , which specifi- cations may be obtained upon re- quest from Weissman & Cuper- tino , attorneys for the Selden Fire District at their office located at Middle Country Road , Selden , New York , between the hours of 10:00 A. M. and 1 :00 P. M. be- tween December 21-24 , 1959 , in- clusive. Bids must be p lainl y marked on the outside face of the envelope. The Board of Fire Commission- ers reserves the right to reject any or all bids submitted to it. BV ORDER OF THE BOARD OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS OF THE SELDEN FIRE DIS- TRICT IN THE TOWN OF BROOKHAVEN , SUFFOLK COUNTY , NEW YORK. BY Joseph Hendrickson JOSEPH HENDRICKSON , FIRE DISTRICT SECRETARY Dated: December 15 , 1959 Selden , New York PO STERS PRINTED RAPID SERVICE MODERATE COST ©f)*> Patdjoptf Afcuanre You get more , lots more news in The Patchogue Advance , plus top features , and pictures ; some- thing for everybod y. Order it sent to you; onl y $5.00 annually. —Adv. Engaged coupves , attention please ! For the most beautiful, streamlined , latest style raised printing announcements st op in and see our samples. The Patch- omie Advance AHv. Live news and attractive adver- tisements on every page make The Advance stand out in point of render interest for every mem- ber of the family. —Adv.

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