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Town Rec. Committee Doings : ¦ i By Wilt Olms START SLO-BALL SEASON — Tbe Brookhaven town recrea- tion department will raise the curtain on its 19G0 Summer program Holiday night as Ron and Bill' s tangles with the Patchogue. Moose in the opening game of the North Bellport Slo-Ball campaign. Councilman John Young will be on hand to throw out the first ball at about 8:150 p. m., after which the Moose moundsman will make the first pitch of the new season to the Ron & Bill leadoff batter. One week from tonight , the North Brookhaven Slo-Ball loop will lift its anchor at the Mt. Sinai diamond with a double bill featuring the Port Jeff Mohawks against I- 'itx and Bock in game one and Doyle ' s vs the Setauket Teachers in the second game. The North Shore teams will play all of their games on Thursday and Friday nig hts with a twi-nighter and a night tilt scheduled for each evening. In the North Bellport competition, tbe Brookhaven Asphalt, which in 195!) gained the township title , figures to he the team to beat. The Asphalters , who were strong at all positions last summer, will he even tougher this season. Bud Corwin. who p iloted the club a year ago . has been replaced by Jim Coleman. Stan Cox . Sal Fedevico , Ray Mac-Lean , Felix Mancuso and the r.-st will be hack again , with a fine player in Bill Kaznowski being added to tile playing roster. The Asphalt led the league in team batting in l' . lotl with a .419 mark. However , it has become a generall y accepted fact that the team ' s strong point is its im- pregnable defense wbi-ch seldom fails to make the big out behind pitchers Bill Wallen and Willie Groh. The Hagerman Fire Department , which last summer handed tbe Asphalters their onl y league defeat , is out to take it all this year. The firemen have a hard-hitting crew. Last year , Babe Scavelli led the club with a .541 mark , followed closely by all-star Buddy Fuoco ' s .540. Add also the names of Sam Piceininni. Charley Greco and the Kelly boys (Jim and Fred) and you 'll get some idea why Bill Strano ' s men are entering: the campaign with con- fidence. The Safeway Builders , with its quartet of glue-fingered garden- ers , are hoping to inject a little more punch into the lineup in 19G0. As for the other clubs , \Skip \ Henry ' s Rockets scored enough runs in 1959 to win a dozen pennants but had the bad habit of giving up more than they scored as a result of defensive lapses. If the Rocket pilot can correct that condition this year his boys will have as good a chance as anyone in reaping the fruits of success. The NBAA and the Patchogue Moose both finished on the wrong side of the won and test ledger in 1959 but are hoping to add the required talent to push them up the league ladder. The Brookhaven VFW and Ron & Bill' s are the two dark horses and will have to play a game or two before one can determine just how good their chances are. How the league -will finish in the middle of August we do not know. We do know , however , before a single pitch is made, that win , lose or draw , the eight clubs involved will have a happy summer season as they compete beneath the arcs of the spacious North Bellport Recreation diamond. * * * * WEIGHT LIFTING WAIT ING — The Port Jeff Spartans who represent the town recreation department have been waiting patiently for the day of May 7. On that day they will travel to York , Pa., to compete in the National Teenage Weightlifting Championships. The Spartans , who are led by Tom Moffett , have been together just one year and have a membershi p of 10 boys. They have partici- pated in competition in New Jersey, Pennsylvania , New York and several communities here on Long Island. The boys will enter the Suffolk County Teenage Champ ionship meet Saturday which will be held at Brentwood High School. * * • * ODDS 'N ENDS — Bob Cooney and Jerry Sadofsky Tuesday night met with team representatives of the Mid-Island Slo-Ball league who will begin their season in a week or two . . . Teenage Rifle Club being formed in the Terryville sector with enthusiasm running high . . . Farmingville , Holtsville and Eagle Estates will field team s in the mid-island Midget loop this Summer . . . The town recreation department would like to express its appreciation to Bud Corwin and his Brookhaven Asphalt cohorts who last Saturday devoted the entire day to the task of manicuring the North Bellport Slo-Ball diamond. Bud operated the heavy equip- ment which he used on the field almost as effortlessly as he executes the middle portion of a double p lay at his keystone position . . . Two teams still required to complete the necessary number to conduct a slo-ball league in the Mastic Beach area. Anyone inter- ested should contact Bob Cooney at GRover 5-001(3 . . . The Rifl e Range in Medford , which has been temporarily closed for the pur- pose of making necessary improvements , will reopen Saturday. Clubs or groups wishing to take advantage of this facility are again reminded that they should first make application through the town recreation department . . . Baseball registration for all boys in the North Bellport and East Patchogue areas will be conducted at the Nort h Bellport Recreation Field May 7 at 10 a. m. In the event of rain the registration will be held May 14. Boys residing in the Patchogue area who are anxious to play in an organized league are also invited to attend . . . We would like to take our hat off to Bob Mulcahy, president of the Center Moriches Little League , and all of the men connected with the league. These civic minded gentlemen have toiled laboriously to give the Center Mor- iches community the finest Li ttle League park that we have seen here in Suffolk. Rec. Program Starts *¦¦••• »•••¦¦>•*•••¦•¦¦••«•• .¦¦¦¦.•.••¦¦•¦•¦¦•••• ¦¦••• ¦¦•••• ¦¦¦••¦•^ - ^AVF 9-2 f p*r $130 °« \ JHIt J L l Gallon ** 150 Gallons : I Guaranteed Full Measure Metered Deliveries I | «= FUEL OIL 12 9 < ™ D ' I : DAY & NIGHT OIL BURNER SERVICE : I THRIFTY OIL SERVICE i i 86a Went Main Street 296 East Main Street ; SMITHT OWN PATCHOGUE ¦ BRentwood 3-3555 GUover 5-1230 •tUlUUllUUllUJtJj J uU 'ilUllU^ih l^ I ^^\^ ^ .. „ .- ^ >\ fl cflrfriRY ll /» \-v\\ M \ K DE LUXE Ford '« '53 7.80 \\ MM.niiMTEcri : Q. )|1 e AM Mjm Fo rd '55- '59 (8) ....10.85 1 I GUARANTEED U yj tr- J I ? M 44 Chev '49 '53 6.90 against defective I: II II #¦ Chev '54 '57 9.75 I material and 1= 11 II ^^k Ply '49- '58 (6) 8.88 I 0 workmanship for = ll // ^^F J _ *Ply '55- '58 (8) 9.25 / || life ot car ownership! 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SHOCKS S TED * FREE \DOUBLE ACTION\ AQC HFETIME GUARANTEED A\ A \ MW Airp lane fypo 1% '*' New \ ,00 ' ° 00 \\'« \ \ »» •hock absorbers. £ath finest heavy-duty £aeh Super value. \ shock s made. '¦\ ¦\ jff lulll33 q^t^illkl^i ll ^ l lf ^^ 9 Convenient locations INSTANT CREDIT BROOKLYN: 178 1 Coney Island Ave. » .i\ i>y„ Bet. Aves. N and O DEwey 9-9540 , - y<^Xi BRONX: 737 Bruckner Blvd DA 3-8962 .V -SL , 738 Southern Blvd DA 3-8977 ei , ll-a-tll-(> I FLUSHING: 152-12 Northern Blvd. FL 9-9677 . IN 3-9955 J-^ . P JAMAICA: Queens Blvd. between Hillside & Jamaica Aves. ^iv ^^ -v \ RE 9-9700 ¦oZffr OZONE PARK: Woodhave n Blvd. & Atlanti ^Av^ ^^ Largest stock Irr NY FREEPORT: 122 E. Sunrise Highway FReeport 8-9889 ^V M Sri?! BELLPORT: Montauk Highwa y ATiantic 6-9893 TAILPIPES . YONKERS: 204 S. Broadway YOnKers 9-9004 EXHAUST SYSTEMS GIRLS iS OFTBALL v Vn K PMC ^' S U recreation department has joined newly formed L OUR Island (Girls ' Softball Association. The team, sponsored by Our Lady of Mt. Carmel R. C. Churah . is called Mt. Carmel Katies. Girls plav at non-league Centereach next Thurs- day. Practice sessions are held at Paragon Field , Thursday nights. Any gal interested in joining can call (jRover 5-5691. From left to right are Maryann Shoehan , Carol Donato , Carol Amodio , Balis Reccio , captain , and Ellie Sc h wab, assistant captain. I?y Kenneth Dykes Executive Secretary, Brookhaven Township YMCA DANCE — If you are looking for an inexpensive night out and a chance to hel p the YMCA you can come to the Patchogue Hotel for an evening of social pleasure. This is the first dance that the Board of Managers has ever held and members arc doing: it to raise money and giving a good time in return. You can get tickets at the YMCA or buy them at the door. The dale is April 30—a t 0 p. m. at the Patchogue Hotel . If you are singl e , widowed, separated , or divorced the Unattached Club will be meeting at the YMCA for its Saturday eve of social dancing. Dancing begins at ft p. m. — some of the group come early to practice some danre steps. SUMMER PLANS — Many people are mak- ing plans for the Summer if our telephone can bo used as an indicato r. We have had calls about the YMCA Day Camp which is hold in Stony Brook near West Meadow Beach. Our camp is open to boys and girls five to 13 years of age. There wHl be three two-week sessions and a camper may sign for any or all sessions . Regis- tration is now open. Camp fee includes milk , insurance , transportation , and equipment fees . Call CRover !i-2400 for more information. We will Kenneth D yke s gladlv mail you a folder. For those parents who are interested in sending their T>oy or girl to a sleon-awnv ¦camp, wp have information for you too. There are severa l YMCA camps available to us and we are glad to cooperate with them. BASKETBALL — We have made no plans for a Rummer league but there have been several inquiries. If you are interested you can call or visit the YMCA. Your interest will determine the action we will take. At this point we know of no other leagues being conducted in this area during the Summer. How about you ? N ATI O N A L Y O UTH F ITNE SS WEEK . May 1 to 7. established bv Presidential nroclnmaf ion. proposes that , \Fitness Can Keep IT. S. St rong. \ During this week we will be doing some special activities in connection with YMCA members. To help parents better understand what, fitness is we would !i!. e to offer Bonnie Prudden ' s new physical fitness manuol — \Improve Your Body. \ Exercise can be fun , especially when a whole family is involved. A famil y can tench itself and have a wonderful lime doing it. Stop mL- YMCA and we will gladly give vou a copv of this folder. This will also give you a chance to see what the YMCA can do for you and for your family. . LITTLE LEA GUE — Saturday will be the last time for registration and tryouts for the YMCA League. All boys between the ages of eight and 12 need to he present at Bay Avenue School field at 10 a, ra. YMCA JOTTINGS WITH MORE BECAUSE 1HE1T . W0RK MORE! CHEVROLET STURDI BILTTRUCKS See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer HULSE CHEVROLET , Inc. 460 EAST MAIN STREET GRover 5-160 PATCHOGUE Bayport Drops First League Game; Eighth Straight Loss Baypyri High' -; baseball team lost its opening league game of the s. -uom U> Isli p 11i>i-11 School by a ;i-l division .Monday on the loser ' s diamond. Boh Collins was assigned bv Coach Clmigh to handle Ihe |iit. -h- iiUV ch.in-s while Wsirven Math did the hurling lor Islip. |s|i„ was the first to score as it i-apilnli-/.od on a single by Harry Anderson , a v. -ild pitch and a costly error in the outfield. In the fourth inning. Bayport managed to tie the score on an unearned run. Clary Sheffield led off with a single and safely reached second when Hot) Beitel grounded out. George Elliott walked both players and he and Sheffield tried a double steal. When the throw to second went into center field. Shef- field came scampering home with Bayporfs lone tally of the day. Isli p took the lend in the fifth inning. The run was unearned as a throwing error permitted the second Biiccanneev to cross borne plate . A walk , a single and another error accounted for another Isli p tally. Aliith was the winning pitcher and Collins suffered his second de- feat of the season. Muth held the Porters scoreless in both the sixth and seventh innings. In the sixth inning. Tony Con- ning hit the longest, ball of the year for Bayport as he sent a booming trip le up the right-center field allevwav. This set the stage for Bill Hunt. Hunt hit right at left fielder Jim Brown , who caught it. to end the Bayport rally. In the seventh inning. Bayport again had men on base. Both Serge Doucette and Kay Hall WiilUcd. putting the tying rims on base. However . Sheffield then grounded out to end the inning and the game. This was Buyporl ' s fifth con- secutive defeat of the season. They have yet to win a game. How- ever , this was only their first leagu e defeat. (slip t:l > 'llnumrt HI All R II AB R II K. 'lin. 'li . -i-J - . \ 1 ll:ill . .-f : ' \ \ Ma -:. -ol:i.ll > ¦ - . II 11 Sl,. .|li..|.l . ::l. I 1 I I> IU1- . , - J 1 II II. ¦! ' .< • ! . II . :' . (I 1 Vinii..i:i . ::i. :: i' » K!li..i .. - ¦ .: » « Aii.l.-1- . -..ii . rf a 1 • . ' c..iiinii , - .lf :i n I Hn.wn.if '; ii i' Hutu . :' .!> :: \ ' . . Miill ' l. .ill.- .. -f ¦¦ ll 1 S:il:. ( :i. - . . l :! II 11 K..- .. .I ;.\. :- . 1 ii l-,.!l. -uiii- rf 1 u u Miiih.p :: II II ¦ Dun. . -ii. - .if i ii II l' .i:,, K 1:11 I I' II T. .tills -J. r » :: I T..1.1I1 L 'l 1 1 oil iitl-lick mil f.ir 1 ' o!tins in . - ..- v. -iil li. l-ili|i inn nil 11 :i 1 1 lliiYi'.H'l. I>'>\ I'\' 11 1 I I 30 Trip le \S\ Stamps with each purchase of liytc x Stationery. The Patchogue Advance. —Adv. Maggio ' s Patchogue Recreation Friday Mixed League League Leader: Patchogue Plat- ing Works , oJH i -IGVi . High game: Men: Hank Gor- don , 222. Hig h game: Women: Vera Ger- ardino , i34. High series: Men , Hank Gor- don , 5f)G. High series: Women , Vera Ger- a rdino , 36G. High team: Patchogue Plating Works , 703. High series: Patchogue Plating- Works , 2177. Games over 190: Men , Hank Gordon , 222 , 193; Mike Kell y, 201 , 192. Games over 130: Women , Vera Gerardino , 134; Fran Lomangino , 131; JFlo March , 130. * * * Mixed League League Leader: Hughes & Still , Inc.. 5.1 Vi-32> . i . High game: Men: Tom Marriott , 2-17. Hi g h game: Women: Charlotte Hursell , 21G. High series: Men: Charles Tom- esch . 5&8. High .series: Women : Charlotte Hursell , 538. High team: Deli King, 8- r i2. High scries: Deli King, 23G4. Games over 200 : Men: Tom Marrion , 247; Charles Tomesch , 221 . John Knecklein , 20G; John Kubica , 209; Charles Kapp ler , 203 ; Jim Marrion , 201. Games over 175: Women: Char- lotte Hursell , 21G; Millie Ander- son . 17G; Ruth Gardonier . 17<i ; Eve Koecklein . 180; Jaeki Scofield , 181. * * * Major League Final Standings League Leader: Clearview Plate Glass . r;!m-2G 1 i. High game: Charles Holzapfel , 24G. GOO series: Charles Holzapfel. H75 (new league record); Bill New-ham . G32 . Charles Keller , 014. High tea in: Firomatie Supply Co.. 1018 . High series: Clearview Plato Class: 2872 . a new league record. Games over 200: Charles IIolzup- fel. 210 . 227 , 2(12; Al Burrough . 230; Herman Brand , 230; Tom Sporck . 221 ; Charles Keller . 218 . 200; Bill Newham. 217 217: Han-v Mtildei-ig. 215; Willie Uutherig, 21-1 : Jim Buggies , 21-1 ; Bob Lind- gren , 210 . 201; Joe C' arrahns , 210: John Michalicu. 20G; Fred Burger , 203; Mike Gucrrosio, 202; Bud <$>Scholdt , 200; Jerry Silverman , 200. * * * BXL Wednesday League League Leader: Design , 7G-40. Games over 190: K. Sc ' hulz , 207; R. Gandenien , 190 , 193; T. Mar- rion . 191; H. Bonn . 191; J. Rozen- ka , 211; J. Cuccia , 195. .1. Koeck- lein , 192 , 234 , 222 , ((148). * * * Businessmen ' s League Final Standings League Leader: Peop le ' s Na- tional Bank , G7-29. High game: Charles Keller , 242. High series: Charles Keller , G37. High team: Wiremaid Pro., 910. Hi gh series: Wiremaid Pro., 2577. Games over 200: Charles Keller , 242 , 212; John Gannon , 213; John Roecklein , 20G; Gene Mach , 203 , 200 , Charles Holzap fel. 203; Ed Dansing, 202; Al Burrough , 200. * ' * * Student League League Leader: Wallen ' s Market , 59' a-24 ] ,i. High team series: Wallen ' s Mar- ket , 7(18. High team game: Wallen ' s Mar- ket , 2207. High individual game: Jim Mar- rion , 188. High individual series: Ken Hodge , 540. Games over 150: Ken Hodge , 182, 178 . ISO; Charlie Hovt , 15G; Jim Marrion, 109 . 175 , 188; Tom ¦ Tully, 175 , 1G9 , 1G0. Patchogue Bowling Center Businessmen ' s 'C League High games: John Marcinowski , 240 , 213 (1158); Al Slavik , 235; Wallv Otis. 231 , 222 (590); John Fonvnte . 225. 205 Oil. 1 )): Car] Okun. 211 (551) : Joe Noviek , 214; John Aracri , 212; Sid Noviek. 210 (51!!)): Bill Machio . 208; Marvin Khrrnberg, 2(Ki (553); Leo Slavik , 205: Tom Canlamone , 204, 202 (571); Artie Aliliate. 203; Wash Dayton , 202; Bob Gorman , 201 (571); Wali y Dearborn , 201; Ru- pert Parks . 201 : Joe Cainpana , (557) ; Frank Buttafiioco , (55(1). - ¦ * * Monday Ladies ' Handicap High games: Ruth Cook , 191 , I Go (-199); Joan Stephani. 17S ; St.-Ha Battista. 17.3 ; Tiona Hughes , 17. '!; Elsa Gedde , 105 , 153; Rose Marie Benincase . 1G1 (451 ) ; Jay Barkos . KU) ; Gloria Dorsi, 157; Teresa Graniello , 150; Ginnie Ko. man. 15G; Julia Do Sant. 151 , 152; Claire Lydecker . 154 : Shirley Ri- viezzo , 152; Mary Brock , 152; Mina Caronet , 151; Edith Pierce , 150; Joy Kern , 150. Centereach Lanes Thursday Ladies ' Gina Kabat , 240 , 213 (G21). Liz Boyd , 181 , Marilyn Mar- esca , Peg Hanak , Mae Dehe , 175. Thursday Early Birds Erwin Dankberg, 208; Frank Garcia , 205 , Pete Buddine , 202; Floyd Bauer , 200. * ' > * ' Thursday ' s Men ' s C. Belsen , 225; Gabe Tatay, 218; Phil Kust , Bob Desmond , Charles Gracbner , 211. 1(1 * * Roll-off for house championship .Men: Frank Garcia; Bill Haw- ken , Runner up. Ladies: Gina , Kabat; Marge Laudeiiback , runner-up. Lig hthouse Hotel Lighthouse Hotel League Leader: Lighthouse Ho- tel , 54-30. High series: Joan DeMott , 509. High games; Joan DeMott , 189; Kate Edwards , 177; Carol Straub , 177; I'heeni Schunk , 1 73. dropped the night cap by a 3-2 decision. Sachem ' s Steve Auditore ac- counted for five runs batted in on three hits in the first game. The winners piled up nine runs in the sixth inning to take over per- manently. In two times at the plate in that inning, Auditore hit a single , driving in two runs , and a triple bringing in three more tallies. Center Moriches scored three times in the first inning oil five hits. One run was scored in the fourth and two more in the sixth. In the second game. Center Mor- iches ' pitcher , Al Roth won his own ball game as he batted in one run . scored a tally, pitched all seven innings , struck out. 12 bat- ters, while only walking two men. He gave up six hits. The lefty got his first two hits of the season in the tight game. First Came Ci-nter Mortrlieft (6); Sarlu'm (ill) All It III AB R II <- .. I!niii . ;u, :i n ilDnvis.21. 5 2 :i F..Ht. -1- . ss :i 1 2|KVll. si> -1 :t :< II MV.-S .1I I .1 1 IiSctimi.lt . il> 5 1 1 -I' l' .-ii.lwt 'll.p :i 0 iVAiiilitorivlb ;i 2 :l Hum-It 1 (1 (l 'IIi-i-i-s<-hiift . i-f :l 1 fl K.-lnilu.21> 4 1 2jMii7. j i.iii.Ki - o , c :l 1 (I Mii.'iiliiso .i; A (I lUeii-i-im- .l.i 11 0 0 I.. l- .!i - .if :l (I llPnri'in.-lli. lf :i 2 :\ \. 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I II 1 l' lirnelli.p. lf - 'I 0 1 Teliils 24 3 Iii TnOils 2K 2 fi renter Mnrl.-lien - nod 120 fi—II fi .1 S:., -)i.-lll — — (in 11 1-2 1; :t BOWLIN G LAKE R ONKO N K O M A — Sachem High School' s baseball team split a double header against Center Moriches High last Wed- nesday at S a c h e m ' s diamond. Sachem won the first game by the overwhelming score of l(!-(i , \ and Sachem ' s Nine Sp lits Double- Header With CM ******* A ***************************************** SOUTH COUNTRY SHORES MARIN A ^ ^ NOW OPEN YOUR (lisfeS il PORT o r^iiliSg CALL WHEN ^S|| YOU NEED j K|i iArfc M ® Make B|\nT| l J /y Reservations >* J7 N ° W / n\ \\/yjy LIMITED SPACE • Docking • Storage • Fuel • Supplies • Ramps • Hauling • Repairs Demonstrating the \CLAYTON SKIFFS\ up to 34' SOUTH COUNTRY SHORES MARINA S. Country Rd. E. Patchogue GR 5-2280 1 U TTIE WANT ADS |HJP/ ) \Stop referriiijT to the salesmen wc hired with oux Want Ad — as piuhcatlsl''

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