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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, March 24, 1960, Image 7

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FRFF nOOR PRI7F drawing for winners of A. P. r iVILLri LJ\J\JI\ l lVlZj Ei Van ' s grand opening celebra- tion sale was he'd last Thursday night by Joh n T. Tuthill , III , assistant publisher of The Patehogue Advance. Pictured above , Mr . Tuthill has just pulled name of one oft winners who are as follows: Adele Hauck of Centereach , winner of B.V.I, jig saw; Ruby Martin of Mastic Beach , winner of Sunbeam electric can opener; and Mrs. Ardis Kropp of Patehogue . winner of Troy vacuum cleaner. A. P. Van ' s is located at 47. South Ocean Ave- nue , Patehogue. 'Spring Fancy ' Production Slated For April 2 and 3 \Spring Fancy \ will he presented at 8:30 p. m. April 2 and April 3 in the Patehogue Hotel ballroom by Dormike Productions. The light comedy and satire will star Dorothy Keller , who p layed a leading role in \The Muse , \ which was staged by Dormike last month at the hotel. Producer Jav Musto of Yaphank , said a hi gher and larger stage is being con- structed for the musical . Heading the seven-member cast Miss Keller , the wife of Mr. Musto and director of the show , will sing \My Man \ and \Mad Hats. \ In various sketches she will act as a beatnik , a young woman audition- ing for a producer and a counter girl in a pastry shop. Co-starring with Miss Keller is Will B. Able. He teams with Miss Keller in the beatnik number. Also he will dance and g ive a panto- mime. In character sketches Mr. Able p lays a newspaper reporter and a count. Graziella , Mr. Abie ' s wife , will do some acrobatic dances and the can-can. She recently appeared at the Latin Quarter in New York Citv. \And Then My Heart Stood Still\ will be sung by Jack Irwin , who was Art Lund' s understudy in \Most Happy Fella. \ In addi- tion to singing some hillbilly num- bers Mr. Irwin will team with Mr. Able in singing \Harmony. \ Taking the female romanti c lead is Mclisande Congdon who matches wits with Mr. Irwin , the male romantic lead. Miss Congdon will sing the duet , \Wunderbar , \ with Mr. Irwin. She will also sing \My Romance \ and \It' s So Nice to Have a Man Around the House. \ Rock- Rogers , who starred in \The Muse , \ will p lay the charac- ter parts of a policeman , artist , and a customer in a shop. Completing the east is Dinnie Gentry, who will play the clarinet and saxophone. He will also do tumbling tricks and sing. The musical conductor will be Cv Ein- horn. The stage will be surrounded by live flowers to give the play its Spring appearance. The concluding song is \How About That?\ a calpyso number composed by Mr. Able. 30 Triple \S\ Stamps with each purchase of Rytex Stationery. The Patehogue Advance. —Adv. Occupants Are Safe After Auto Dunking ORIENT — Tiyo peop le escaped death earl y Saturday morning when their station wagon p lunged off the ferry ramp into 12 feet of water at Orient Point. The two , who were identified as Harold A. Giancola , 39 , of West- hamp ton and Mrs. Peggy Baier , 33. of 320 East Fifty-fourth Street , New York City, were able ' to open the windows and swim to shore 15 feet away. They called police and were rushed to Eastern Long Island Hospital , Greenport , by Southold Town Patrolman William Boken. After treatment for shock and exposure, both were released. Mr. Giancola , as quoted by po- lice , said he became lost about 3 a. m. Saturday. He believed he was still oh the highway when his car traveled down the dirt road leading to the ferry sli p, and then over the ramp into the wa ter. River Avenue PTA To View Marionettes The River Avenue School Parent- Teacher Association will hold its Marc h meeting today at 8 p. m. The program will feature a puppet and marionette show created by the pupils of Mrs . Nicholas Tos- cano ' s third grade , and the sixth grades. The children also wrote their own scripts. This program is being presented under the di- rection of Larry Vilardo, who is head of the Art department of River Avenue School. On Saturday the PTA will pre- sent a full length comedy feature , starring Laure l and Hardy, also a Tom and Jerry cartoon. The movie will begin at 10 a. m. and run until room There will be a small admittance charge . Members of the PTA will be in attendance. On March 17 there was a meet- ing of the various committees con- nected w i t h the forthcoming \Spectacula r , \ a variety show , to be presented by the PTA in May. It is under the direction of Miss Louise Levingston , head of the Music department of River Ave- nue. The chairman of the \Spec- tacular \ is Mrs. Ted Guiffreda. LISTEN VETERAN By State Veteran Counselor Erich W. Tietze New York State Division of Veterans ' A ffairs PENSION: It is not necessary for a veteran in receipt of non- service connected pension , or a widow or children of a deceased veteran in rfteipt of non-service connected death pension , to com- plete and return the VA forms Much were sent to them with their February pension checks. A num- bed of pensioners have been under the impression that it is necessary to complete and return this card immediately to the VA. This is not so. It clearly states on the card that if a pensioner wants to stay under the present pension law , he does not have to return the card which he or she received with the February pension check. The VA pamphlet enclosed with the pen- sion check also clearly states that if a pensioner does not choose to go under the new law now , he or she will have the right to do so in the future. The only reason to submit the app lication form en- closed with the February pension check is if a pensioner wants to receive pension under the new law and wants the pension to start on July 1 , 1960. App lications for pen- sion under the new law which are received on or before July 1 , 1960 will enable the pension to be paid as of that date. Generall y applica- tions received after July 1 , 1960 will be effective as of the date the application is received by the VA. Any pensioner is urged to consult a person engaged professionall y in veterans ' affairs on a full time basis to discuss completely his benefits under the present law and under the new law. Questions about the rights and benefits of veterans , servicemen or their dependents may be submitted for individual attention to the NYS Division of Veterans ' Affairs or the Suffolk County Veterans Service Agency at 21 Third Ave- nue , Bay Shore , and 211 Grifflng Avenue , Riverhead. ' Nassau , Suffolk To Share State > School Aid Plan ALBANY—Nassau and Suffolk Counties were assured of a $15 , - 000 , 000 share of state aid to schools , Tuesday by Gov. Rocke- feller and Republican legislative leaders. The school aid agreement was reached in a conference attended by Gov. Rockefeller , Speaker Jo- seph Carlino , Long Beach , fiscal chairman of both houses , and Senate Majority Leader Walter Mahoney. Nassau County will get an esti- mated $10 , 000 , 000 and Suffolk about $5 , 000 , 000. All school dis- tricts will receive a 10 per cent increase in the basic aid formula. Tho new program provides for additional payments for high-tax districts , the use of current figures in computing average daily attendance and higher aid to fast growing districts. The program provides for: 1. A 10 per cent increase in the basic aid plan. This will raise pay- ments from $350 per pupil to $389. 2. Payments of state aid on a current attendance basis for dis- tricts in which enrollments in- creased in one year by more than 4 per cent. 3. School districts will be allowed to exclude religious holi- days from average daily figures , but they must maintain a 180-day school year. 4. A five to 25 per cent increase in special aid to high tax districts. The bill is designed to provide relief for one year only. WINNERS of the Zenith Mer- chandise contest sponsored b y Jack, and Jerry Store s of 124 East Main Street were announced yesterday by Milton Lenowitz, store president. They are : Ervin Gage of East Patehogue , Larry Gamier of East Patehogue , anil Doris Presti of Holbrook. Each won a 1960 Zenith transistor ra- dio for coming closest in price for estimating the actual cash value of Zenith merchandise in the store window. * * ? HONORING THE CAST of Dormike Productions ' \Spring Fancy \ jointl y with the official opening of its four dining room extension , Felice ' s Restaurant has announced a gala private party for its patrons to be held next Thursday night. A capacit y crowd of over 400 is expected to attend. The opening will be complete with celebrities and a goodly representation of Who ' s Who in Suffolk County and New York. Some of the cast of \Spring Fancy, \ in addition to other name performers , will do an hour and one half show. \Spring Fancy \ will be presented at the Patehogue Hotel April 2 and 3. \The businessmen of this area should make every attempt to en- courage these fine perfo rmers be- ing brought here by Dormike Pro- ductions , \ stated Michael Felice , owner of the restaurant. \We need more of this type of activit y in Patehogue , and we at Felice ' s will do all we can to keep these fine artists coming in. \ Felice ' s Restaurant is one of the oldest establishments of its kind in Suffolk County and has recent- ly completed expansion construc- tion. The decor is modern with walnut panel* throughout and lux. urious to the smallest detail. Speaking of BUSINESS RECENT OBITUARIES HAROLD HITTER, 45 , of Ohio Avenue , Medford , died last Satur- day at Mather Memorial Hospital. He was a senior buyer at the Rrookhaven National Laboratory and was an early member of the facility ' s staff , joining them in 1947. Born in Massachusetts , he was an area resident for many years , living in East Setauket and Port Jefferson prior to Medford. He is, survived by his wife , Olive Hutchinson Ritter; two sons , Gary, and Airman 3/c Glenn Ritter of Amaiillo. Tex., and his mother , Mrs. Axel Ritter of East Setauket. Services were held Tuesday at the O. B. Davis Funeral Homo , Port Jefferson , conducted by the Rev. David Hurley of Trinity Me- thodist Church , Cora m , and the Rev. John Raines of the Setauket Methodist Church. Interment fol- lowed in Smithtown Cemetery. MRS. HARRIET FULLWOOD , 82 , of Route 112, Cora m , died Tues- day at Mather Memorial Hospital. Born in Brooklyn , she was an area resident for many years. She is survived by her husband , Charles Fullwood , Jr.; a daughter , Mrs. C. Hallock of Babylon; three grandchildren and six great-grand- children; three brothers , James Jack of Franklin Square , Lester of Toms River , N. J., and Howard of Atascosa , Tex. Two sisters also survive, Mrs. B. Coffman of Toms River and .Mrs. Fred Martens of Franklin Square. Services will take p lace Satur- day at the O. B. Davis Funeral Home in Port Jefferson conducted b y the Rev. David Hurley of Trinity Methodist Church , Coram. Interment will take place in Wash- ington Memorial Park. .MRS. MARY MASCOLA. 84 , of Atlantic Avenue, East Patehogue , died Tuesday at the Pine Rest Nursing Home. Born in Ital y, she was an area resident for the past 45 years. She is survived by a sister , Mrs. Annie Cedol of Rellport , three nieces and two nep hews. Services will take place at 2 p. in. today at C. W. Ruland Sons Funeral Home , conducted by the Rev. Everett E. Cuiiibo of the Seventh Day Adventist Church , Patehogue. interment will follow in Cedar Grove Cemetery. CIDC at. home of Noble Chapman on Carman Street , Patcli- i llxILi ague , brought entire PF1) equipment roster to scene Mon- day afternoon. Fire was confined to a pair of mattresses in up- stairs bedroom Oarrow) started by Chapman ' s three-year-old grandson ' s playing with matches. On Sunday, firemen battled lire that gutted upstairs apartment of house owned by Joseph Ueber of Blue Point at 25 Academy Street , Patehogue. Top floo r of house was gutted by blaze caused by kitchen stove mishap. Apart- • ment was leased by Carlos Castro . —Advance Photo VILLAG E M EAT MARKET MEDFORD OPEN DAILY 8:00 A.M. to 6:30 P.M. FRIDAYS TILL 9:00 P. M. Next to P. O. B. BHHRMANN GRover 5-9191 : OVEN PREPARED , TOP SIRLOIN , TOP , EYE & BOTTOM j ROUND ROAST n>. 89« Center Cut ^^^ _____ PORK CHOPS 7K< Extra Lean Shoulder m __ B ]|> PORK CHOPS \ w \ i i LEAN TRIMMED LOIN FANCY LOIN Lamb Chops lb. 99c Veal Chops lb. 97c ' Strictly Fresh — N. Y. Dressed BROILING — FRYING — ROASTING CHICKENS -» -» '-'¦ 37c lb. Hind Quarters Beef <»«< SELECT LOINS OF I BARBECUE PORK lb. 59c j Spareribs lb. 49c mmmi ^mmm ^mmm ^^^mm ^mm ^i^m^mmmtmmmm ^nmm ^^^m^mm ^Mmmmm ^^Mm ^i^MmmM ^^m ^^mmmm ^MMm ^m^^^^^- WHOLE KENTUCKY SPRING LAMB 57« 'b FREEZER WRAPPED, MARKED AND DELIVERED >,nfinnivvvvv\rVVVWVVVVvvtfvvvvvtA,n ^^ Activities of Interest in Patehogue Den Mothers and committee of Cub Pack 40 met March 16 at the home of the chairman , Darwin Thomas of Herbert Circle , North Patehogue. They had a charter re- view and discussed the Scouting Exposition which will be held May 7 at the Long Island Arena in Cotnmack. Den mothers also dis- cussed Pack Nile , which will be held tomorrow at the Tremont Avenue School. Martin Howland , assistant eubmaster , handed in his resignation , and is now the as- sistant scoutmaster of Troop 40. Robert Masem was introduced as the new committeemah in charge of outings. The next committee meeting will be April 13 at the home of Joseph Benincasa on Ma- ple Avenue. The Bay Avenue Parent-Teacher Association will sponsor a benefit basketball game at 7:30 p. in. to- morrow in the gymnasium between the men teachers and the fathers. Richard Mauer and Charles Atkins are in charge. A cake sale for the benefit of Boy Scout Troop 5 will be held at \V. T. Grant ' s store , Saturday, beginning at 9 a. m. Troop 5 is sponsored by the Patehogue Me- thodist Church. Mrs. Jerry Haas is chairman of the sale. Mrs . Dorothy Schwerdel , presi- dent of the Amvets Auxiliary, was in charge of a meeting held March 1G at the Amvets clubhouse on Cedar Avenue. Plans were com- pleted for a Spring dance to be held April 30 at the Polish Hall , Falcon Avenue. Music will be by the Syncopators. Mrs. Mildred Heiner , senior vice president , brought a cake to celebrate the second anniversary of the auxili- ary. Happy birthday was sung by the members to Mesdames Lillian Nogiewich , Olga Balazsy, Joan Tafe and Mary Keating. Mrs. Edna Biggs received an award of a basket of green and yellow car- nations. Mrs. Heiner announced that a visit to Kings Park Hosp ital will be made Wednesday to en- tertain the veterans. • Melody Ann Ski ppon , eight-year- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jo- sep h Skippon of Mowbray Street , is a patient in New York Hospital , New York City, where she under- went surgery March 14. COMMUNITY SPECIALISTS— In preparation for mock national ' nominating convention to be held at Port Jefferson High school Saturday, members of school' s Forensic Society received cooperation and counsel from community specialists in preparation of resolu- tions lo be presented to 450 Suffolk student s at convention. Counselors seat ed are : Walter Slover , public relations director of MiitKer Memorial Hospital (health and welfare); Mrs. Mildred Steinberg, foreign aid study chairman of League of Women Voters (foreign policy); Major William Bannet of 9296th Air Reserve Squadron , (national defense); and Max K oss- ein , group advisor of Tri-County Future Farm- ers of America (agriculture) . Student chair- men , left to right , are: Barbara Ripel , Barbara Trilling, Trudi Steckal , and Susan Eisler. immiiiimtmitmmimmimmmmmmrntmmwmtwimwnnnmumwwnmiimmummmmmmimummmmnummiimimmmutmmmi r s I Still the Hi g hest Savings Account | Dividend Rate on Long Island | l i _VHHHBBflHHHIB __HE__ fl _HrI _Bs__H^_B_H —l_^_B_H__H C^r/ _ B _______ « ___i * ^*^ jflH^BH PER ANNU M __HS_^r _ H ^_ HH H I _i_HH_r _BB_i_fl_i MBMBUSH __^_^_^ H 1 ^KH SM BIH T H_^_^_^_^H i B_fi^_B_M_HR^_^__H RSH^H_^__^_ H _^_ H fl^^9S^_______| ^^^B^^_| on AH Accounts E _^_^_^_^_ H _________H ~ M ~ «_¦ mm ^ BHHH I YOU CAN EARN MORE NOW S I And dividends start every month. Savings re- I ceived b y April II , 1 960 will earn dividends i from April 1 , 1 960 — II days of grace — 1 free days for you to earn hig her dividends. E e: I We will g ladly transfer your present I account to a I SAYVILLE FEDERAL ACCOUNT 1 BE SURE YOUR MONEY IS SAFE I You r Account Here Is Insured Safe to $10 , 000 by I The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation an Instrumentality of the United States Government E £ ¦ i I -- \ ! -! ' ' '¦ m i i \ — m i ii i i n il-- - ' : j • S AYVILLE F EDERAL S AVINGS AND L OAN A SSOCIATION e 160 Main Street 500 Main Street I E Sayville , L. I. Center Moriches , L . I. Weekdays 9-3 Weekdays 9-3 Monday Evenings 7-9 Friday Evenings 6:30-8:30 j SAyville 4-5900 ATlantic 4-1183 ^iiiuiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiimiiiiumiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiuiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiuumu iiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiuiiiiiiiuiiuiiiuiiiiiiiiul For the Most Complete News of Suffolk County Rea d The Patehogue Advance ^HHIrH_H__H_H ___ v ___H ___________^______ FUEL BILL TOO HIGH? 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