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Three Persons Face Trial in Assault Case MASTIC — Three per- sons will stand trial at 9:30 a. m. August 19 before Brookhaven Justice of the Peace Milton A. LaGattuta at the town hall , Patch- ogue , on assault and reck- less driving charges arising out of an accident and fig ht here early Jul y 30 . Salvatore R. Castellano , 18 , of Jackson Heights , and Joseph J. Lupo , Hi , of Brooklyn , were charged with third-degree assault. S. John Rosato of Lafayette Ave- nue , Mastic , was charged with reckless driving and third-degree assault. According to Suffolk County police reports in the Fifth Pre- cinct the three were involved in a fight at Herkimer Street and Montauk Highway, Mastic , close to 1 a. m. July 30. The incident began , police said , when a car operated by Castellano was allegedly forced from William Floyd Parkway, Shirley, by an auto driven by Rosato. The Rosato vehicle was traveling south on the parkway and turning left into Pat- chogue Avenue. The Castellano car was coming north on the park- way and careened onto the bong Island Rail Road tracks. Neither vehicle was in collision , police said. Believing that the Rosato auto had forced him from the road , Castellano and Lupo flagged down a car operated by Alfred Warren of Shirley, and chased the Rosato vehicle , according to Police. Near the Herkimer Road-Montauk High- way intersection the Warren car pulled in front of Rosato to halt his progress , police said. In the fight that ensued Rosato told police that he received glass in his rig ht eye when Castellano kicked in the window at his side. Rosato said he also suffered neck lacerations. A passenge r in the Rosato ear , Sidney J. Pa rks of 487 Mastic Road , Mastic , received a cut lip. Rosato told police that Lupo struck him and Pa rks. Lupo charged Rosato with third- degree assault after the youth leaped onto the hood of the Rosato vehicle police said. No charges were brought against Barks. The youths also charged Rosato with reckless driving. Rosato and Parks charged the two youths with third- degree assault. Rosato contended that a third youth was involved , but got away. He told police a weapon was used to damage his automobile , but police said no wea- pons were found on the two youths. Rosato is a member of the Board of Education of School Dis- trict 32 and is treasurer of the Mastic Fire Department. He and Parks are emp loyed as patrol- men at Brookhaven National Lab- oratory. Castellan o is unemployed and Lupo is a laborer. After an arraignment before Judge LaGattuta , Rosato , Castel- lano and Lupo were released in their own cognizance. Rosato pro- tested releasing the youths with- out bail . WA TER PUMP FAIL AGA IN? NOW IS THE TIME TO k ^^f * ASK T ° SEE A NEW REPLACE THAT WORN jSH[ GUARANTEED OUT SYSTEM WITH A Mm\ GOU LDS MEMf ** H!IP ** Jr ^lliSm S U BMERSIBLE O R ¦Ik If WELL /$/fcf^ JET TYPE H c^ MAZZOTT I & RUSSO g^ra GR- 5 424 5 tiSk Al \YOU CAN BE SURE OF AMPLE WATER WNR ^Z ri AND SERVICE THE YEAR ROUND\ 1 nS% \%ap m 30 Railroad Avenue Patchogue ll7/^l^/» ~\ 24 \ HOUR SERVICE — mll/ j SmmW ALSO CALL OUR BRANCH — MAZZOTTI BROS, m vfi)L Jericho Turnpike SElden 2-3110 ¦ V JF %k PLUMBING — HEATING — WELL DIGGING State Traffic Stud y In Progress at CM CENTER MORICHES—The State Department of Public Works ' traffic department is currently studying traffic patterns in the Moriches area as part of their continuous survey program. Traffic counters have ap- peared on Montauk Highway, just east of Railroad Avenue , and on the Riverhead-East Moriches Road by the Long Island Rail Road overpass. JThe information gained will be used in future planning of highways. The present local study is not for any specific project , Norman Parsons at the de- partment ' s Babylon office , ex- plained. POINT OF IMPACT ifs^ ^l S rise Highwayy near Veterans Highway intersec- tion July 26. Pictured is auto police , said was driven by Miss Anna V. Dolan of'Smith- town , after it had rammed into rear of parked truck. Miss Dolan is in Brookhaven Memorial Hospital suffering: hip, chest arid possibl e inter- nal injuries. Driver of truck , Donald Perrier of Brookly n was unharmed. ^\¦Advance Photo by Topol E. Patchogue Mrs. Mnricl Galluhar ATlantic 6-9039 Mrs. John Miller of 939 Taylor Avenue was guest organist at the installation ceremony of the Shep- herds of Bethlehem held Jul y 21 in Lenruth Hall in Brooklyn. A week- end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Miller was Mrs. Effie Flood of Brook- lyn. Arriving by Eastern Airlines Jet John J. Hump hreys of North Miami Beach , Fla., was met at Idlewild Airport by his son-in-law and daughter , Mr. and Mrs. Bruce L. Nixon of 609 Bourdois Avenue. They had dinner at Giro ' s Rest- aurant. During Mr. Humphreys ' week he toured Long Island. With Mr. and Mrs. Nixon he visited Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Carter of Pat- chogue. Mrs. Nixon gave a cocktail party in his honor. Guests were Mrs. Ella Walsh and her daugh- ters , Mrs. Wallace Step hani of Yaphank and Mrs. Herbert Davis of Patchogue , Mrs. Bernard Tyrka of MacDonald Avenue and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Murray of Bourdois Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Nixon and Mr. Humphrevs saw , the show \Hit The Deck\ at the Jones Beach Theatre and then dined at the Mascot Restaurant, Patchogue. Mr. Humphreys has returned to Florida by Jet. NEW E. I'ATCHOGUE STREET .MAI'S I960 edition. On sale at Swan Market , Danielson ' s Delicatessen and Ed & Dot' s Grocery, South Country Road. Published by The Patchogue Advance. Also contains streets in Bellport . Brookhaven. Yaphank , Medford, Patchogue . Blue Point and Bayport. All this for only 50c. —Adv . A suprise sweet sixteen birth- day party was given July 23 in honor of Miss Barbara Thompson of 751 Narragansett Avenue by her parents Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thompson. The house and grounds surrounding the patio were decorat- ed with variegated colored lights . The guests enjoyed dancing and buffet refreshments. The guests were Joseph Nigro , Robert White, John Reiners , Raymond l.ukrs and James Reilly of Brooklyn , Michael Carapezza , Irene Bcnicasa , Leon- ard Cook . Barbara Cette. Robert Tuzza , Mildred and Guy Angri- sani , Georgeann Morris , Michael DeLuca , Anthony Lavio , Kenneth Hughes , Barbara ' Holt , Adrian Ga- gnon and Derek Lansen of Med- ford , Martin Ross , Henry Bontem- pi , Paul Skinner , Joyce Kuminiski of Patchogue , also the guest-of- honor ' s sister Catherine and an aunt , Mrs. Anna Agosta . Visiting for a week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomp- son is Mrs. Thompson ' s sister , Mrs. Anna Agosta of Brooklyn. Mr. and .Mrs. Ralph Di Gioia of -135 Provost Avenue became the parents of their first child when a son , Michael , was born July 22 in Brookhaven Memorial Hospital. Patricia Feriola , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Feriola of 541 Scherger Avenue , celebrated her fourth birthday, and the birthday of Mrs. Harry Oxford of 548 Tay- lor Avenue was also celebrated Jul y 31 at a party given by Patricia ' s parents. Other guests were Tho- mas , Joseph and James Jeffrey, Mrs. Vincent Zito and daughter , Diane , Mrs. Robert Long and sons , William and John Long, Scott Tig he , Maria Williamson , Richard and Barbara Oxford and Patricia ' s sister , Virginia. Frank Carmichael of 506 Scher- ger Avenue , recently celebrated his seventy-fourth birthday. The first birthday of Anthony Ayala was -celebrated July 31 at a party given by his parents , Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Ayala of 442 Lenox Avenue. Guests were Theresa Dudine , Lorraine Hart*- man , Walter and Robert O'Neill of Shirley, and his sister , Adrien- ne. The fourth annual dance at the Hagerman Civic and Taxpayers Association was held July 30 in the Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall on Dunton Avenue. Those who attended had an enjoyable evening of continuous dancing to the music of The Cleft Tones , a local band. A buffet supper was served . Edward Ryan , Herbert Thompson , Sam Fox and Mesdames Betty Andrunik , Beatrice Hender- shaw and Gloria Owczarek served. Assisting were Mesdames Beatrice Bassett , Janette Simpson , Marga- ret Readey, Joseph Rowa , Nancy Fox and John Miller. Award win- ners were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thompson , Mrs. Michael Famigli- etti , Floyd Simpson and Mrs. Gloria Owczarek. Mrs. Betty An- drunik was chairman of the af- fair. A chicken barbecue will be held by the Hagerman Volunteer Fire Department on t h e firehouse grounds at Dunton Avenue and Montauk Highway August 13. The eighth wedding of Mr. and .Airs. Thomas Owczarek of 559 Taylor Avenue was celebrated July 2G. Anthony Colichio , Jr., and his grandchild , two-year-old Theodore Kreamer of Americus Avenue , cele- brated their birthdays July 29 with a special cake at the nome of Mr . and Mrs. Colichio. The other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kreamer and their other children and the children of , Mr. and Mrs. Colichio. The birthday of Ralph Stephani Jr., of Lenox Avenue was cele- brated July 29. Wendy Colichio celebrated her third birthday at a party given by parents , Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Colichio , Jr. , of Americus Avenue August 1. Guests were Douglas and Kenneth Kreamer , Linda and Donna Stephani , and her brothers Duke , Timoth y and Dennis. Mrs . Phoebe Garruppo of Or- chard Road has returned from a two-week vacation visiting her cousins , Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Beter- son of Cairo. The fifty-fifth wedding anniver- sary of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Colichio , Sr., of Americus Avenue was celebrated July 31 with an outdoor picnic on their lawn. There were about 70 relatives present. Al- so present were their matron-of- honor , Mrs. Catherine Stephani , and her son , Josep h Stephani. The others were their children , grand- children and great-grandchildren. An added surprise was when Mr. and Mrs. Colichio received congra- tulations by telephone from their son , Air Force Technical Sergeant Ralph Colichio , stationed in Blyth . ville , Ark . Walker , Dionisio Leave Hospital MASTIC—Two persons injured here July 15 in automobile accidents were discharged last week from Bayview Hospital , Mastic Beach. They were Jack A. Walker , 21 , of Montauk Highway, Mastic , and Michael Dionisio , 28 , of Forest Avenue , Shirley. The two men were drivers of vehicles involved in a three-vehicle accident on Montauk Highway, east of Mastic Road. Mrs. Freda Dutcher Surprised with 75th Birthday Party Here Mrs. Freda Dutcher of Patch- ogue was pleasantly surprised July 24 with a party given in honor of her seventy-fifth birth- day by her daughter-in-law , Mrs. Charles W. Van Dien , and her daughter , Mrs. Robert Ackerly, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Van Dien in Medford. The pati o gar- den , in a setting of rod , yellow and salmon roses , yellow , gold and rust marigolds , red geraniums , multi-colored asters , colored snap- dragons and red salvia was beau- tifull y decorated with colored streamers and a large birthday card sign made especiall y for the occasion. The centerpiece on the table was a large birthday cake , decorated with pink and white roses , with the inscription \Happy Birthday Freda 75 years. \ Music was provided b y Charles Kattau , George Vollmer and Harry Guck- ert. Mr. Kattau made a tape re- cording of the party and p layed it back for the guests to hear. The guests included: Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Panewich , Blue Point; Mr. and Mrs. Karl Rebmann and Charles Kattau , North Patchogue; Mr. and Mrs. Fre d Tay lor , Robert Spisak , Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Rowse and son , Kevin; Mrs! Wilmn Perry, Mrs. Sophie Tietje , Mrs . Myra Poffley, Mrs. Florence Holl- weg, Peter Southard , Harry Guck- ert , Mr . and Mrs. George Voll- mer , Mrs. Martha Waltman , Mrs. Mary Sandilands , Mrs . Josep h Pannewanna , all of Patchogue; Mrs. Emil y Rurgbacher of Brook- haven; Mrs. Bertha Maerz of Bay- port; Mrs . Meta Boeckman , Mrs. Grace P a t a n i o , Mrs. Caroline Glueckcrt of Bell port; Mrs . Ul- rich Dvorak , Roger Andrew Kemp, George and Robert Ackerl y and Charles W. Van Dien and Robert Ackerlv of Medford. Armed Forces Let us know about your friends and relatives in the service. GRover 5-1000 ***•**•*••*****•+•**¦*•*•* PARATROOPER — Army Pvt. Barry r ' . Kline. 1.9, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Kline of 32 Kol- \hics Street . S * ayville, recently \\va- duated from the 101st Airborne Division Jump School at roi t Camp bell , Ky. Pvt. Barry F. Kline Pvt. Kline received his para - trooper wings after completing three weeks of intensive ground and aeiial training which included five parachute jumps. A 1959 graduate of Sacramento (Calif.) High School , he entered the Army in August 1959 , and completed basic training at Fort Benning, Ga. * * * SERVING IN GERMANY , Hen- ry G. Lange , son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lange of 7 Laurel Road , Lake Ronkonkoma , has recently been promoted to specialist fourth class. He is presently stationed near Frankfort. Germany, where he is in charge of a mobile ma- chine shop. He enlisted in the Army under the graduate specialist program , which offers a high school gradu- ate a written guarantee , prior to enlistment, that he will receive schooling in the field that he selects, which in his case was as a machinist. ? * * JOINS MARINES — Stanley Zeneski , son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar- tin Zoneski of Bernstein Boulevard , Center Moriches , has been accepted for enlistment in the United States Marine Corps for a period of four years. After enlistment ceremonies held at the main recruiting station in New York , Jul y 21 , Stan departed for Parris Island , S. C , where he is undergoing 12 weeks of re- cruit training. After graduation from \Boot Camp \ at Parris Island , the new \Leatherneck\ will be transferred to Camp Le .jeune , N. C, for four weeks of highly specialized com- bat training. Upon successful com- pletion of this p hase of his train- ing, Private Zeneski will return home for a 20-day leave , prior to further training in one of the many career fields in the Corps. * * * RECEIVING THE WINGS of an Air Force navigator and his commission as a second lieuten- ant July 22 . at Harlingen Air Force Base , Tex., was Lieutenant Lawrence E. Smith of Ronkon- koma. Now ready to take his place with the nation ' s aerospace force following 32 weeks of intensive training, Lt. Smith is the son of Mr. and Mrs . John C. J. Smith , 80 Broadway, Ronkon- koma. Lieut. Lawrence E. Smith While in training at this South Texas base, he was taught the fundamentals of electronics , dead reckoning and radar navigation as pertains to today ' s rapidly ad- vancing aerospace force. Lieutenant Smith has now been assigned to Mather AFB , California, for entrance into the Advanced Navigator Reconnais- sance Bombardment Course. B ayport Rec. Program Holds Brawn and Beauty Contest The Islip Town Recreation program at the Bayport Elementary School held a \Brawn and Beauty \ contest last Wednesday. The fallowing awards were presented : David Silverman , Mr. Brawn; B. J. Manilla , -Miss Ponvtail; Robert Bishop, Mr . Towhead; Cathy Hamblev. Miss Pigtails: Erick Christensen , Mr. Creweut; Laurie Poidamani . Miss Bathing Beauty; Jack Kell y. Mr. Freckles; Joan Havlin , Miss Freckles; Debra Luedke , Miss Blue Eyes; Gail Stumper , Miss Sunsuit; Mickael Poidamani. Mr. Blue Eyes: Jo-Ann Still . Miss Brown Eyes; Benjamin Manilla , Mr. Brown Eyes ; Bonnie McLean , Miss Bayport; Marilyn SchertT , Miss Personality; Peter Dag her , Mr. Personalit y. On Thursday, the progra m fea- tured a pet show with the smallest pet a frog, owned by Victor Ellis; most unusual pet , a hamster , owned by Regina Spehce; best be- haved p- '+ . a rabbit , shown by Nancy Eiickson and Diane Burke ; Linda Ihuiin the best groomed pet , a tuck; best named pet , shown by David Silverman , a dog named Lady Alisse. On Friday a hula hoop contest was held and the following chil- dren were presented awards: In the five-year-old group, Kenneth llarlin was named the winner . Gail Stumper was the winner of the six-year-old group, and the seven-year-old award was won by Peggy V' artunartlo. The eight- year-old winner was Janice Wein- gartner, and the nine-year-old session was won by Deborah Coombs. The 10-year-old winner was Sandra Olson. The overall con- test winners at the recreation hula hoop contest were Sandra Olson and Betsy Meissner. This week' s progra m will fea- ture a watermelon eating contest , a gra b bag day with each child bring ing a toy to exchange arid also a carnival using bottle caps as currency. Fresh Sea Food Dinners Read y to Go Cooked to Your Order from 75c Complete with French fries , fresh cole slaw , and tartar sauce SHELL FISH DINNERS READY TO GO SOFT CLAM DINNER _ 1.00 SOFT CRA B DINNER 1.00 SHRIMP DINNER _ _ 1.00 SCALLOP DINNER _ 85c FRESH MONTAUK SWORDFISH—CUT TO ORDER SOUTH BAY FISH MARKET 50 SOUTH OCEAN AVEN U E GRover 5-1595 i ^ -^^^^^P Sheathing J 's s^/ i 'li ' 1 // N f PARK7-2430 g A \-\ ^ y k NO MONEY DOWN & 5 YRSw TO PAY FREE ESTIMATING FREE DELIVERY 415 Roanoke Ave. RIVERHEA D , N. Y. GRover 5-091 1 SNEDEC0R Coal & Fuel Co., Inc. 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Ith , etc. 1 I Until Last Week in August with 75% OFF All Week J You Do the Cuiiibliiij r Huv Now or Take :i Chance on the « S Book You Want Still Heine; Here the Uist Week of August. « • Hifi WEST MAIN STKKET GHover 5-3520 • Open Daily i I' .M. to il I' .M. Sat. l :.!0-i) D.M. Closed Tues. i fa awaww »¦¦¦¦ »¦¦¦¦ inmiiiaiiin ¦¦¦ *! * Groundbreaking Rites Slated for Sunday By Nazarene Church The Church of the Nazarene , now located at 11 River Avenue , Patchogue. will hold a ground- breaking service at its new lot located on the corner of FrankHn Street and Annanias Avenue in North Patchogue at 4 p. m. Sun- day. The property was purchased from Henry Church, Jr. It was formerly a part of the Vetter property. The plans for the new church call for 11 modern structure , 69 b y Hi! feet , with full basement. The architect is Donald Dixon , whose office is in Fast Islip. Mr. Dixon will be present at the service , along with representatives of the Town of Brookhaven and Pntch- oguc. The public is invited to the service. Reading The Patchogue Advance advertisements simp lifies shop- ping. —Adv.

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