Fund-Raising Activities CANCER CRUSADE Two communities in Southern Brookhaven scored a heavy vic- tory in the fig ht against cancer this week. Reports received by Dominic Baranello , chairman for the Southern Urookhaven Cancer Crusade , and his co-chairman , Mrs. John Gillam , show that the areas of Kidge and Urookhaven went well over their expected quotas. Arthur .Minardi and the volun- teers from the Kidge area report- ed a total of $25l.7. \ > collected in that area which had a quota of $150. In the Village of Brnok- haven , co-chairmen. Mrs. Leonard Andors and Mrs. N. lllair Mun- hofen , along with their volunteers collected a total of $. ' !l'i7.5li. The village quota was $. '100. Mr. Baranello , commenting on these excellent progress reports , said , \I ce tainly waul to congrat- ulale tin area chairmen and their volunteers for t li e i r splendid work. \ Mr. Baranello also reported that Ridge and Brookhaven aie the first two areas to reach their quotas in Suffolk County. PATCHOULI E VFW POST Jayne-Lattin Post 291. \J Veterans of Foreign Wars , and Auxiliary. of Patchogue will open their an- nual Buddy Poppy sale tomorrow. \While we well realize that peop le today are literally swamped with requests to contribute to many fund-raising drives , we lee! ih.it the Buddy Poppy Campaign is one that cannot be ignored , \ said Commander Thomas Foency. \If you give 25 cents for a Buddy Poppy, most of your con- tributions stays right here in our community where the post uses the money to help need y veterans and their families. One and one half cents goes lo (he stale VFW welfa re program; one cent to the VFW National Home for Widows and Orphaned Children , ami the remainder to cost of materials and to pay the hospitalized veterans who assemble the Buddy Popp ies. * > t. + LEGION POPPY SALE The Patchogue American Legion Post and its Auxiliary appealed to the public this week to he gen- erous when their poppy drive starts tomorrow. Poppies are made by hospitalized veterans , who re- ceive a small remuneration for their work . The rest of the pro- ceeds go toward the Legion ' s Re- habilitation Fund and Child Wel- fare Fund, and are spent in the home community of the Legion post. RED CROSS IN NEED The Suffolk County chapter of the American Red Cross may be forced to c. urlail its activities be- cause of lack of financial support. To date , Suffolk County has only reached !><! per cent of its goal and the South Suffolk Chapter has scored !Vl per cent. This figure is made up of the following: Bay- port-Ulue Point, branch , nine per cent; Heliport , 70 per cent; Islip, a. ' l per cent; Sayville , fj. 'i per cent ; Hay Shure-Urighlwnters , 70 per cent; Urookhaven , 2d per cent; and Patchogue , 22 percent. Contributions can he sent to your local Fund chairman or to the chapter chairman , Elward .Smith . II Candeo Avenue , Sayville , or to Fi nest. (1. Guilet , fund-raising chairman , 5 Pitt Street , Pafclmguo. Activities of Interest In Patchogue The eighth anniversary of the Original Golden Age Club of Pat- chogue was celebrated with a din- ner May 4 at the .Medford Biau Hulls. Fifty-three members were present. Mrs. Eva Anderson is president of the club. A public card party will he held at 1 :;t() p. m. today in the Four Sisters Com- munity Center on South Ocean Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Di Paolo and their daughter , Miss Ellen , and their son , Victor , of Brooklyn were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Paris of Canaan Lake. \*\ ¦¦\¦•¦¦¦\¦¦¦¦ »¦«»¦»¦¦¦»»¦¦•¦»¦¦¦«¦¦¦¦«¦«¦••¦•.... ... P •..«.»•., ! ©IW IfSlt l \ SERVED TO 10 P. M. : Beneath Twinkling Stars b y Candlelight . BRUNCH — Saturday and Sunday . | at the VELVET ROOM j j RESTAURANT and COCKTAIL LOUNGE I j ¦ : : Complete Full Course Dinners from $3 l m J Charcoal Broiled Steaks and Sea Food * Bor a nd Catering Facilities for 150 Persons . I PATCHOGUE MOTEL | S All Rooms Have Private Bath , Shower , Free TV : fi ; I • No Extra Charge for Bridal Suites • ¦ SUNRISE HIGHWAY EMerson 3-9580—6880 : Home Extension The Home Deiimnstiatioii De- pa rtment of the Sull' idk County Extension Service has started a scries of lnnu-ranc , e program de- velopment meetings. The first of Ihe . • ¦cries was Indd last Thursday at Extension Head quarter s , 2-Bi li ' illinu Avenue . Jiivcrhead. rourteen women , from various sections of the county, have vol- unteered to act. as a research- study committee to study facts and determine what, the needs will b\ in live or ten ycais. The women will be reviewing what , the home demonstration department has ac- conipli -lied in the past and will set up long-lime objectives lor tile I' ul ore urogram. Selh Hubbard, chairman ol tin NuH ' olk Count y p lanning ' Commis- sion , was guest speaker at the first meeting , lie stressed the fact that , in 25 years SuH' olk' s popula- tion may he one and a half million. The work of the commission anil also a brief history of SuH' olk' s giowth was given. The Long Range Program Com- mittee woiking with Miss Helen (!. Easter , county home demon- stration agent , include: Airs. Stan- ley Lake , Amilyville; -Mrs. Her- bert Shore, ' limitinj itoii; .Mrs. Char! e s Corcoran , 11 untington ; .M rs. K. Clyde Wheeler , Fast North porl: M rs. Finn SKnalerud. Central Isli p; Mrs. Arthur La Wall . Hampton Bays; Mrs. Felix I-ior- iicki , Southampton , M rs. Steve Szymanski , Southampton; Mrs. (icorge Memiris . Fast Quogue; Mrs. Thurston Hurt , Hemscnhurg; Mrs. Paul Ilichhorn, Wailing River , Mrs. Charles Shillito , Bayport : .Mrs. Hay Jarnian , Holbrook and Mrs. Owen Averctte , Southold. The next meeting is scheduled for dune 20 at Extension Service head quarters. Suffolk News Ex-Suffolk Probation Director John P. Finnerty, now deputy county police commissioner , Mon- day in Suffolk Supreme Court asked Justice Edward Robinson to order the county comptroller to pay him $8,10 in pay he claims he never got while head of the Probation Department. Mr. Finnerty resigned the $11 , - 58(1 a year probation job April 1(1 , and was appointed deputy police commissioner at a salary of $11 , 0(11) the same day. The Civil Service Commission had called for an examination for the position of probation director and had ruled Mr. Finnerty was ineligible to take the test. Mr. Finnerty took <he case to court , and got the exam postponed , but also got his pay stopped for the last three weeks he was pro- bation director. Then , he withdrew his court action , resigned and joined the County police. Monday, Mr. Finncrty ' s attorney Charles Matthews , asked that County Comptroller Frederick B. Hose , Jr., be ordered to pay Mr. Finnerty $850 in hack pay. * Assistant County Attorney Coorge W. Percy, Jr., in opposing the motion , said Mr. Finnerty was ineligible to receive the money. Judge Robinson reserved decision. Josep h J. Lynch , 2 1-year-old former Islip Town Highway De- partment worker, who conies ' sed to the brutal murder of a young woman last October , received a fi-lo-10 year Sing Sing prison sentence , Monday in Suffolk County Court , Riveihi'ad. The s if n t e n c e was imposed against Lynch by visiting Utica County Judge John J. Walsh. Lynch , who had been free in $10 , 000 bail , pleaded guilty to manslaughter <• h a r g e s before Judge Walsh March 21. He was indicted for second-degree murder last October. Autlun ities had charged Lynch , of 2d (ireeuwood Avenue , ' Fast Islip, shot and killed Mrs. Alice Moisan , 22. of .105 Fast. Fork Road , Bay Shore , when she re- fused to submit to his advances in a parked (ruck. Police said Lynch tossed the woman out of tbe vehicle anil then shot her point blank in the face with a . -110 shotgun. The slaying occurred in Or..at River , on a side road near the Long Island Rail Road tracks. the annual Radiotho n for the benefit of the Associatio n for Hel p of Retarded Children is scheduled from noon to K p. ni. May 22. The seven hour show , sponsored b y the Patchogue Lodge , Knights of Pythins , will be broadcast by WPAC from the Patchogue Hotel. Those tuning in to the progra m and wishing to make a donation to help equip the Brookhaven Memor- ial Hospital clinic for retarded children can do so by calling GRo- ver 5-1600. For the benefit of vacation- ers and new residents , The Patchogue Advance offers the following local telephone num- bers which may be dialed to secure police assistance: GRo- ver 5-0505 , GRover 5-01)00 , SElden 2-5515 and POrt Jef- ferson 8-05O5. Each of the aforementioned is a local toll which connects directly to Suffolk Count y Police head- quarters in Hauppauge , where all information is handled and assigned to the appropriate precinct. Local Telep hone Numbers For Police Contact Given Speaking of BUSINESS TO SPLIT STOCK—Directors of the Tinker National Bank of East Setauket have declared a 25 per- cent stock dividend , to be distribu- ted to shareholders of record May 19 , Cecil L. Hall , president , an- nounced this week. The directors also proposed a 2%-for- l stock split , based on shares outstanding after the stock dividend. Under this p lan , share- holders would receive H % share s of $10 par value stock for each share of the present $25 par value. In addition , shareholders will be of- fered subscri ption ri ghts to pur- chase a total of 8.750 shares at $30 per share. This means each share now held will carry a right to buy % share of the new stock. The proposals will he submitted to shareholders at a special meet- ing May 19. Approval would raise Tinker ' s capital and surplus from $500 , 000 to $800 ,000 and increase shares outstanding from 10 , 000 to 10 , 000. Four years ago , capital and surp lus of the bank was $150 , 000. If shareholders approve the recap- italization , one share held contin- uously since that time will have grown to 5. \ l/. 'i shares today. Marking this as the fifth con- secutive, year of capital expansion through stock dividends and spe- cial rights issues, Mr. Hall stated , \The proposed capital increase is right in line with the desire of Tinker National to keep pace with the growth of the communities we xerva, and the county as a whole. \ Tinker National paid a l-for-8 stock dividend in 1959; l-for-0 in 1958 and 1957; l-for- 1 in 1950. when the shares were also split -I- fnr-l; and a 2-for-l stock dividend in 1951. NEW MANAGER _ Butler , Derrick & Marshall , a stock bro- kerage , located at 27 South Ocean Avenue , Patchogue , has announc- ed a change in managers. John P. Diedolf of Bayport , has assumed the new position. Mr. Diedolf has been with the firm since its branch ollice was started here last Octo- ber. He has been connected with the buying and selling of stocks for the last 25 years , having start- ed his career on Wall Street. Working under Mr. Diedolf arc three professional sales represen- tatives— Robert E. Zielagny, Sher- wood B. Goldstein , and Walter E. Scott , Jr. * * * OrtificatcM of I' nrtnprKhip Wiilh,,-,. I( Sicilian! a Prank Wilvy l/l ) a Sti'|ili;uii I-anilsrapiiiK Company, Yaphiink . Felice I.ascv.ili H The.nl,ire Kalivas ,1 l> . a Teddy ' s Shoe Kepair . Fnleh„Kue. AsNumed HuninrHN Xnmett Chester A Lawrence ii , h<a Concrete t' ,,l„vs , Poll. .leltei-Kon. , .Niel F rjoul.l ,1 , 1, ,„ Pi- ,,,,, Novelties . Port .lellci-smi. Cerlifirntes <if Incorporation l.l . llt-Al. 1'KonUCT.S rOHPOHATION . Fast 1' atclnMjiie ; ' 20ti shares without par value; ilireelius until the first annual mcetiMR are D„na!,t .1 & Ruth Smith & Charles T KiHip all of K. l' utchugur. LI YMCA to Honor Its President Mon. Robert G. Olmsted of Oyste r Bay, vice chairman of the board of the Long Island Li ghting Com- pany and president of the Nassau- Suffolk YMCA will he honored for his 12 years of service to the \Y\ b y the leaders and friends of the association at 7 p. in., Monday at the Garden City Hotel in con- nection with its annual dinner, according to James N. MacLean of Mussapequa , general chairman of the sponsoring committee. Taking part in the program in addition to the officers of the as- sociation are Dr. Paul Dawson Edd y, president of Adelphi Col- lege; Ernest. M. Ford , senior sec- retary of the New York State YMCA , and Sum Jaquinta , presi- dent of a Hi-Y Club in (Hen Cove. Chairmen of the sponsoring committee in the various units of the Long Island \Y\ are : Turner A. Oavies of Garden City, John T. Tuthill . Ill , of Patchogue , Stanley F. Warner of East Rockaway, Lionel Goldberg of (Ben Cove , Bruce Wood Hall of Syosset , By- ron T. Sanimis of Hunting ton , Mrs. Russell B. Hawkins of Smith- town , and Cecil F. S pencer of Franklin Square . Mr. MacLean invites all inter- ested in the work of the LI YMCA to attend this meeting. Arrange- ments may be made b y calling Frank Warner at the central ollice in Mineola , Pioneer 2-1113. County ' s GOP Files Petition For Primary BLUE POINT — Arthur M. Cromarty, Suffolk County Repub- lican chairman , announced last week that his party ' s designating petitions for the June 7 primary have been filed. Mr. Cromarty stated that the Congressional petition , naming Stuyvesant Wainwright , consisting of 821 pages and 15 , 727 names, were filed with the secretary of state in Albany yesterday. These petitions also contain the party ' s designees for delegates and alternate delegates to the Republican National Convention in Chicago in July. Delegates are Arthur M. Cromarty of Linden- hurst for Suffolk County and C. Bruce Pearsall of Massapequa Park for Nassau County ; Robert A. Curcio of Copiague and Clar- ence W. Pulver of Bridgehampton are the alternate delegates. Also filed last week at Suffolk County Board of Elections , Yap- hank , were petitions for State Senator Elisha T. Barrett , the party ' s designee for re-election , and the three State Assembly candidates: Perry B. Duryea , Jr., First Assembl y District; Prescott B. Huntington , Second A. D.; and James R. Grover „ Jr., Third A. D. Sen. Barrett ' s petition contained 10 , 603 names on 576 pages; Mr. Duryea ' s petition consisted of 190 pages and 3 , 530 signatures. A total of 3 , 300 enrolled Republicans made up the 181 page petition for Mr. Huntington , and Mr. Grover ' s petition contained 3 , 785 names and totalled 200 pages. The three assembly district peti- tions also contained the party ' s choice for members of the Repub- lican State Committee and dele- gates and alternate delegates to the Tenth Judicial District Con- vention. In concluding the announce- ment , Mr. Cromarty stated that \These figures represent hard work on the part of party mem- bers and are indicative of the effort upon which the members of the Republican County Committee may be depended. These figures also represent a great number more than required by law for a candidate ' s name to be entered. BLUE POINT UNIT X, H servic^n s : played some work of its members at Blue Point Library Friday. Mrs . Maud Biedormann , Blue Point , former chairman of unit , shows part of exhibit \ — large and small sewing cab- inets , salad bowls and many other objects , all made by hand. Home Extension Service is sponsored by Home Economics Department of Cornell University. —Advance Photo The Patchogue Fire Dept. By Chief Winfield Corston and Batt. Chief Daniel Gillette SUNDAY SCHOOL DRILL — The Rev. Richard C. Chapin , chap- lain of the Patchogue Fire Depart- ment , requested that the Depart- ment stage a fire drill for the chil- dren of the Episcopal Sunday School. The drill was hel/l Sunday, and proved to be a huge success. The fi re drill will now be held periodically. We hope the other churches of Patchogue will fol- low suit. No. ' . F. —At 12 noon Satur- day there will he a general alarm sounded for Box 357. Do not be- loine concerned or alerted as it will be an alarm test. MONUMENT READIED— Our monument , which stands immedi- ately to the east of the Lake Street Fire House , has been cleaned , painted and our old alarm box , Number 72 , mounted on the top. We wish to thank Hubert Snow , our relief custodial) , for his earnest endeavors in the fine job that has been done. ALARMS FOR THE WEEK— Saturday at 12:. '!ii p.m . there was a still alarm for Cedar Avenue and Amity Street , a grass fire in the rinr of the Amvets Clubhouse on Amit y Street. At 5:12 p.m. there was a still alarm for a brush fi re on Pitt Street ; or. 'ili , a still alarm for the Industrial Pari; on West Alain St reet . The alarm was caused b y sonu- defect in the automat ic a la rin system. At 1:15 a.m. May 8 , a telephone call was made by our village clerk , Sal Romeo , to Lake St reel Fire head quarters reporting a car tire on River Avenue . A still alarm was sounded and because of Sal' s alert observance and prompt action the fi re was confined to the front seat of the vehicle. CHIEF'S CORNER F^r* \fl a**^l ^ our Department Store In Patchogue l ^^rf^^J. A . EIECT A I \ w \^^^ rlEd I AW \ t I ffl ^M LVALUES I l ^BIMLjLllMMBW THURS. -FRI. - SAT. I i ^^^^ wowj( JJC^^^, m- ^ _«H- s ^^?C^^ v. O 'W <IllN^ * > 1 \S; » llsl' H = Ever c^§D i-Hj ^i^/ f KOOKOUT WAGON our price E Grill a Feast and Spit Barbecue all at the same time. ^ B —WM ^ ^^ E The huge hood , with motorized spit , can barbecue three Qn IW ^B 11 98 C E turkeys at the same time . . .or make a sleak , and a w ** / m MM C E huge roast all at once ! H _ H C 3 The exclusive KamKap Built-in Automatic Fire Starter B MmW § ; takes all the fuss out of cookouts . . . just click the switch ^^ c ; — and in minutes the fire ' s lit! LIST PRICE $39.98 5 \\ ^ I fl ! 1 3 H. P. 1 — II Power Mower M ' tm^m^mw^m^k^BMmwmBSff YnnBttm'tt^mwm^ntKmm rUr^L v ^^ * st ^ *4srivflflnHBrnHflv T' Ag)anonpraYMr)nrYYyw»yY*yyy w rfYYVYYyy v vvyy^ at Swezey & New ins ;j Patchogue Fiesta time . . . Friday nite excitement . . . BIG, BIG NEW S . . . welcome back . . . outdoor living . . . bowler extraordinary . . . and here we go . . . CELEBRATION TIME — This weekend S&X as wed as all of Patchogue becomes trans- formed into a fiesta celebration with gayety, music, dancers and a real fiesta of values. Here ' s a quick rundown on what is in store for Patchogue. * * * THURSDAY . FRIDAY , SAT- URDAY — Three big days of shopping fun are scheduled here at Swezey ' s where you will find a huge , huge assortment of special items for your outdoor living. All of our fashion departments have the very latest in values and selection in clothes for out- door fun while each of our \home \ departments are just choc k full of wonderful bar- gains to make your outdoor life happier during the coming months. * * * FRIDAY NITE EXCITE- MENT—The parade will be on early Friday evening when a police escorted motorcade will enter the Patchogue shopping area carrying famous Spanish and Latin American actresses and actors. This will be one of their first introductions to this country and Patchogue will be host. After the motorcade this troupe will appear on the main streets and in many of the Pat- chogue stores. A hearty invita- tion is extended to one and all to see these dancers , actresses and actors at S&N tomorrow (Friday) evening. * * * SAT. & SUN. EVENINGS—The climax of the Fiesta weekend in Patchogue will be at the Patchogue Hotel on Saturday and Sunday evenings when this theatrical troupe will appear in the Dormike theatrical production of \Fiesta In Granada. \ All in all there is (as usual) excitement in Patchogue and you 'll want to be part of the tun. # * * P. S. —Just one more quick note ... be sure as you are doing your S&N shopping that you fill out one of the S&N award coupons. 10 free tickets to Fiesta in Granada plus a free Silfskin foundation wardrobe are being presented this week to customers who fill out these coupons. Ask any sales person for full details. * * * STEADY STREAM — Watch that second floor dress department activity these days at S&N. You 'll see a steady stream of smiling faces carrying dress boxes. And why the big smiles ? We suggest you see for yourself. A quick trip to S&N' s second floor diess dept. with a fast g lance at the Smash- ing Low Prices will speak for themselves. We suggest you go one step more and compare qualities and prices. NOW HEAR fills! \ j Special S&N Announcement j . . . Starting on Monday, I June 6th Swezey & Newins (with many other Patchogue stores) will provide you with extra shopping convenience bv being OPEN BOTH MON- DAY & FRIDAY EVENINGS. Among the other stores re- maining open will be the W. T. Grant and J. C. Penney companies. Watch for our Monday Nite Specials. MAY WHITE SALE SPECIALS —Back in our always busy domes- tics dept. you will find a wealth of big money-saving May white- sale specials. Here are just a few of the many values . . . Lady Pepperell Rosebud blankets at $2.99 . . . sheet blankets at 1 49 . . . plastic mattress covers (in all sizes) at 1.99 as well as terrific buys on famous Cannon sheets. Stock up now and save. * * * WELCOME BACK—After a slight illness that has kept her incapacitated for over a week , our gal Mildred \Hosiery \ Erickson has returned to S&N. Customers and S&Ners are all happy to have her back. * * # THOUGHTS WHILE STROL- LING—Ruth Cook of our materials department rolling up big howl- ing scores these days . . . Evelyn Drescher and Pat Vickerman hard at work in N. Y. selecting the best in style and value for our fast growing sportswear department . . . Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts starting now to prepare for those Summer camp ing days . . . Helen Smith' s smiling face ' in our second floor boys ' dept . . . Josephine Wil- son giving professional advice on quality custom made sli p covers . . . have you ever noticed the dif- ference in material used in S&N covers ? (Nothing but the best , makes for your best buy) . . . well that does it for this week except for our . . . THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK The toughest job in all the world is not— To earn a diamond or a mink To build a bridge or clean a sink— For woman , child or auv gink The hardest job is jus t lo think. See you in the store during fiesta time. # T H E FLOOR. WALKER , Swe- zey & Newins Patchogue i -- The - j I Floorwalke r li Adelphi College students from Garden City will present \The Boy Friend\ , the popular Broad- way comedy-musical , at H:. 'iO p. m. Wednesday at the Sayville Jun- ior High School auditorium. Staged b y Adelphi' s Cold Mask and Speech and Dramatic Art Department , all proceeds are for donation to build up Adelphi' s library at its Suffolk Division in Sayville. Tickets are on sale at \Old 88\ College Hall , Given.' Avenue , Sayville , or the box office Wednesday night. 'BOY FRIEND' REVIVAL A Patchogue Advance special- ty ! Wedding invitations whose perfection in printing, design and paper quality cannot fail to please Ihe pockethook. —Adv.