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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, August 04, 1960, Image 4

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BUILDING SPECIALIST • Roof I nit • Alteration * • SidiflK • New CmiKtrurtinn • Addltionn • In«uln (tnj r • Garagm * I>c*rm«-r« etc. vie. etc. FREE ESTIMATES \Ask the man who knows \ WALTER JOHNSON SAyville 4-3224 Tne only locally owned and operated complete Super Market ^fe^fsUPER MARKET 1 ~\\ /<*/ \ MEDFORD AVENUH at SUNRISE HIGHWAY L. i Open Daily S A.M. *• C P.M. —Thnrs. - Fri to 9 P.M. ^ suiSS^SS^ ^ x jfM? X^ HB .* ^•;s;:«^a':flff«k*iA^», \ i^irW lHrxN^ / !¦»£ ^ K WIMIL TM S Vwml/J . \ * ) ^M} f m ^D\ / ¦¦^¦^¦¦PlMWWa ^* s^^ *M B#B ¦¦ # 1 fl*MWi'//s<!w L^S55SSK3~< #$B3 f GROCERIES - MEATS - OCEAN SPRAY FRESH KILLED Cranberry Sauce 2 for 27c L. I. DUCKS »»• 39« DOl.K 46-01. tan (FROM GAI.I.O I'AUMS—OVEN KKADY ) Pineapple Juice 2 for 49c ITALIAN STVI.E KKAK/ «.. „.,. VEAL CUTLET i°- li» MIRACLE WHIP 53c ™ ^ JB TOMATO JUICE 2 for \ 4 5c Italian Sausage lb- 69« (HOT OK SWEET) DC il ipUrC /LI \ O ' / rBe ' /til U.S. GOVT GRADED PRIME OR CHOICE SES (halves) 2 for^. Chicken Steak QQ PRUNE JUICE 39c or Cube Stea k JJ JJ lb S&W \COLOSSALS\ Tall Can r ,, r «.„ v ^^ ^^ BLACK OLIVES 37c fround Chuck 1° 69« NABISCO PLAIN OR HONEY re*. 37c W w»a••*.»•. w GRAHAMS 1-lb. box 33c |WWiW%^. - Frozen Food & Dairy - BMUUIN»^^ BIRD'S EYE LARGE Cl'LTIVATED Chicken , Turkey or Pot Roast BLUEBERRIES box 25c F^wrK^T\**? 12C il C LOCAL CORN doz. 49c Marl M icro—save oc <s»c CRISP ICKUFRG CHOPPED BROCCOLI , 2 for 37c LETTUCE ' (large head) 2 for 29c ^_ . „ f >-oz. can FANCY LONG GREEN ORANGE JUICE 3 for 55c CUCUMBERS 4 for 19c FRESH GRADE A in cartons NEW CROP— VENT VU BAGS PULLET EGGS 3 doz. $1.00 L.I. POTATOES 10 lbs. 29c FREE GIFTS — SAVE YOUR REGISTER RECEIPTS We cat and wrap meat* for home freezer at LOWEST PRICES Grocery & frozen food prices effective through Tu«s., Aug. 9. All other prices effective weekend only Go-Kart Continued from page I, this section ed by persons attending the races. \Medfo rd is not a suburb of Patchogue yet , \ said Mr. Gei g- netter. \It looks like you ' re dump- ing whatever you don 't want in Medford. \ He protested the loca- tion of a scrap metal firm and a gas p lant in the community. \There are p lenty of areas in the town that are far more re- moved from built-up vicinities , \ Mr. Geignetter said Wednesday morning. \If persons object to the noise in East Patchogue , wh y wouldn 't there be the same objec- tion to noise if the track is in our area? Also , the noise will be detri- menta l to the chickens being raised in Medford. My home is approx- imatel y a mile from the proposed track site in Medford. No , I don 't object to the rifle range , but we would object to the continuous noise of the go-karts. \ After Mr. Rudtke and Mr . Geig- netter spoke , Supervisor August Stout , Jr., said thei r remarks would be taken under considera- tion by the board. In the discussion Jul y 20, by the board , Councilman John Young moved that action be taken to move the track. Opposition to the Medfo rd site was expressed by Mr. Stout and Councilman How- ard Rowland . Voting for Mr. Young ' s motion were Councilmen Frank Coveney, Harold Chapman , and Willard Keddy. Councilman John Foley was absent when the vote was taken. The Recreation Commission recommended the town-owned Medford site , hut has also suggested an alternative lo- cation in Miller Place which is presentl y being used as a storage area by the town highway depart- ment. In further action the board : Received a letter from John Rosso , secretary of the Chamber of Commerce of the Moriches , not- ing that new li ghts have been in- stalled in Center Moriches and thanking the town board on be- half of the chamber for author- izing June 14 , a sum of $1, 704 for installation of 33 lights along Montauk Hi g hway between Old Neck Road and Bellview Avenue and on North Ocean Avenue. Accepted the resignation , effec- tive August 19 , of Mrs. Charles LaRarc a of East Patchogue , stenographer in the town clerk' s office; the resi gnation , effective July 22 , of Michael Caraftis of Belle Terre , maintenance man in the town recreation department , and the resignation of Daniel A. Harkin of Center Moriches , effec- tive July 25 , from the recreation department. Appointed Herbert Sells of Gor- don Heights life guard with the recreation department , effective June 18 , at $12 per day. Authorized the Continenta l Bak- ing Company of Jamaica to con- duct a safet y demonstration from 2 to 4 p. m. August lfi in Med- fo rd to show its salesmen the proper stopping distance when operating a motor vehicle. Fair- mont Street , between Horse Block Road and Granny Road will be closed off during the above men- tioned hours. At the Jul y 2(i meeting the board took up the following mat- ters: The board voted to accept the contract with Petty & Worrad , Inc., of Medfo rd to maintain a traffic control system in the town for two years from April 1, 1960 at a cost of $782. Brookhaven Building Inspector Emil Lange reported to the board that 345 building permits had been issued from June 1 to June 30 and a total of $5 , 375 had been collected in fees for construction estimated at $2 , 083 , 188. In June , 1958 , he said , 540 permits were issued , $8 , - 996.70 in fees collected and the estimated cost of construction was $3 , 758 , 005.50. Five hundred per- mits were granted in June , 1959 , he said , $9 , 980.40 in fees were collected and the cost of construc- tion was estimated at $4 , 813 , 124. The board approved the request of Andrew D. Crowell , Sr., to hold an art exhibit at the Port Jeffer- son Marina September 3 , 4 and 5. Referred to the Brookhaven Rec- reation Commission to see if there are any conflicting dates was the petition of the West Brookhaven Republican Club , Centereach , to hold a picnic August 13 or August 20 at Cedar Beach , Mt. Sinai. On the recommendation of Pat- chogue Attorney H. Alan Zwissler the board set for 2 p. m. August 23 the opening of bids for the 1961 contract of the Fire Island Refuse and Garbage District. The board appointed Mrs. Char- lotte Lull of Washington Avenue , Patchogue , as clerk of the as- sessment rolls at a salary of $1.75 per hour , effective July 18 , and Mrs. Ethel Bauer of Jennings Ave- nue , Patchogue , and Mrs. Mattie Ruehl of Medford Avenue , Pat- chogue , to work on the tax as- sessment rolls at a wage of $1.50 per hour. A sum of $2 , 539.68 was trans- ferred from the surp lus and de- ficiency fund to pay for the pur- chase of an automobile for the Sanitation Commissioner and $1 , - 970.07 transferred from the same fund to pay for an automobile for the Recreation Commissioner. Speaking of BUSINESS CAFEINE-FREE COFFEE— A 97 per cent caffeine-free instant coffee is being added to The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company ' s coffee line , the company has an- nounced. The new coffee , which will be packaged under the A & P label , will lie on sale nationally in the company ' s stores. It is be- ing added to the present line , which includes both regular and instant, coffees , to meet a growing consumer demand for an instant type coffee virtually free of caf- feine , the company exp lained. If it' s news — you 'll find it in The Patchogue Advance. Suffolk News Roundup Supreme Court Justice Mario Pittoni last Friday in Riverhead reserved decision on a motion by a Huntington group to stop state p lans to acquire 500 acres of land in Huntington for a retarded chil- dren ' s center. Judge Pittoni denied a cross- motion by the State Department of Mental Hygiene to toss out the suit , and continued a stay issued two weeks ago in Nassau Supreme Court that halted any further p lans on the acquisition by the state. The property involved is bound- ed by the Northern State Park- way, Carman Road , Half Hollow Road and Echo Lane in the Dix Hills section of Huntington Town- ship. Friday, before Judge Pittoni , at- torneys for the Citizens Planning Council of Huntington , charged that Dr. Paul H. Hoch , state men- tal hyg iene commissioner , acted arbitraril y in selecting the site for the $40 , 000 , 000 retarded child center. The organization claims there were other sites available on Long Island , including 2 , 700 acres of land at Pil grim State Hospital in Brentwood. Assistant attorney generals re- presenting Dr. Hoch pointed out the governor had sai d recently that selection of the site was \final and definite. \ They claimed the Huntington group ' s action failed to state any facts sufficient to warrant any court proceedings. The Grand Jury Friday after- noon indicted a 39-year-old Pil- grim State Hosp ital cook on char- ges of criminal negligence with an automobile , drunken driving and reckless driving. Named in the indictment was William Bennett of 18 Third Ave- nue , Brentwood. Bennett , who is free on $1 ,000 bail , was charged with causing the death of Mrs. Denise Lewis , 41 , of 1169 Suffolk Avenue , Brentwood. Police said Bennett' s car p lowed into a group of people leaving the Brentwood Little League field May 18. Two boys and Mrs. Lewis were injured. Mrs. Lewis died five days later in Southside Hospital , Bay Shore. No date has been set for Ben- nett' s trial. Read the classified columns in section two. Act quickly for best results. —Adv. Park Plan Hit Continued from page I , this section diums , restaurant and cocktail lounges , \ he said. Focal point of his critical re- marks was a proposed 427-acre park site at South Huntington which would have many of these facilities. The association spokes- man said this county project is in conflict with State Park Commis- sion plans to acquire the 1 , 500-acre Marshall Field estate in Hunting- ton for park purposes. Huntington Supervisor Robert J. Flynn , defending the South Huntington project , argued that it is not in the public interest to restrict county park developments to the eastern and central town- ships , especially since the pre- ponderance of population is in the western communities. You get more , lots more news in The Patchogue Advance , plus top features , and pictures ; some- thing for everybody. Order it sent to you; only $5.00 annually. —Adv. fxao ro xxxxxiMooaxxxxxxxmxxx xxwm^ {^^^mce — S-A-L-E — Now In Progress REDUCTIONS FROM20 % TO 40 % OF p J ! FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK I i I 1 SUITS — SPORT COATS — SLAX Suits Sport Coats Reg. SALE Reg. SALE 75.00 59.95 45.00 36.00 57.50 46.00 35.00 28.00 45.00 36.00 29.95 23.56 39.95 31.96 1 9.95 15.96 32.50 26.00 Choose from Haspel , Palm Beach Hart Schaffner & Marx , Botany \500\ AND OTHER FINE QUALITY CLOTHING j Up to 40% Savings j GREAT Reductions On ALL - CHOOSE FROM : CATALINA S — McGREGOR- CISC0- SWIMWEAR WALK SHORTS SPORT SHIRTS WASH 'N WEAR SLAX AND OTHER QUALITY MERCHANDISE f% W\ w* w^ ¥ rwt p/vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv>nfvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv AS YOU LIKE IT SPECIAL GROUP Etf|c tf j! i so D^ A^unl Knit & Sport Shirts %JU 0 FF | 6 Month AcCOUnt L AAAAAAAAAAAA / WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ^^ Mac Kavner ' s 14 EAST MAIN STREET PATCHOGUE j O pen Monday and Friday Till 9 P.M. j SWEZEY FUEL CO. ^^^ ^ Q^ COAL and FUEL OIL XJj ^T ^dg w GRover 5-0270 ^^ W^' &S^ RIDER AVENUE and L. I. R. R. PATCHOGUE ^^^ F.I. Resident s Continued from page 1 , this section control and disposal , coordinated fire districts and representation on the planning boards of town and count y. Present at this meeting in Mr. Brewster ' s home were: Joseph Mego , Fire Island Pines; Gustave B. Garfield , Robbins Rest; James Melton , Kismet; William Birming- ham , Ocean Beach; Knute By- sheim , Kismet; Jacques Boutinon , Atlantique , and Thomas Dunworth , Fire Island Summer Club. NOW anyone can buy DIRECT from U. S. GOVERNMENT SUR- PLUS DEPOTS , by mail for your- sel f or for r esale. Cameras, binocu- lars , cars , jeeps , trucks , boats , hardware , o ffice machines and eq uipment , tenta, todls and tens- of-thousands of other items at a fraction of their origi nal cost. Many items brand new. For list of hundred s of U. S. Government Su rplus Depots , l ocated in every State and overseas with pamphlet \How Go vernment Can Ship Di- rect To You , \ plus procedures . HOW TO BUY and how to get FREE SURPLUS, mail $2.00 to SURPLUS SALES INFORMA- TION SERVICES . Dept. #138C , Rm. 709 . Albec Bid*., Wash. 6, D . C. GOVERNMENT SURPLU S SALES Snow Fences Continued from page 1 , this section bought for the department , a mo- bile sweeper for $ IJ ,7. \ >0 , ;i catrb- basin cleaner for $. 'i . M'l and ;i carry-all truck for $:-! , l' .)S . In the Tuesday artinn the board turned down the request , of Mr. Barraud that the board \borrow $50 , 000 in order to buy salt and snow fence for this coining year. \ On a motion b y Councilman Wil- lard Keddy the hoard did vote to borrow ?l!8 , 000 For the purchase of road salt. Mr. Barraud said the cost of the salt is .$15 ner ton delivered to Port Jefferson and loaded onto highway department trucks . In a letter to the board asking Hie |.,.ard to borrow the $o0 , 00() , Mr. Ilurruud said the money would lie used for purchase of 2 , 400 tons of bulk salt at $15 per ton and :{() , 000 feet of snow fence to be replaced at a cost of .$.1748 per foot. \The salt will also have to be trucked from Port J effer- son , \ Mr. Barraud wrote , \ and additional money will be needed to erect the snow fence this fall. \ Mr. Barraud said the present balance of his snow appropriation was $5 , 245 . On March 22 the board voted <\ to 1 to borrow an additional SIOO . ll(H) to be allocated to the snow removal fund which was expected to be depleted as a result of the March Ii-5 storm. A sum of *I2> 'HI had been allocated in the l!i \ .!i-t>0 budget for snow removal. Patchogue Attorney George 10. Lechtrecker reported at the time that the board bad bor- rowed .S10i; ,2!M.Xi; on December 15, i:r:i and $12.VWI8.10 on De- cerihi !¦ 2!» . I!i5!» . bringing tbe al- loi -at : on for snow removal to $154 , - CCZM b y March 22, 19(50. Costs under snow removal include put- ting up and taking down snow fences , hiring crews and equip- ment , maintaining regular snow- fiphting equi pment , purchasing sand and salt and other items. The hoard stated in its resolu- t ion that it. considers snow fences as \ an inefficient , out-moded and extravagant method of control of snow. \ \The board frankl y feels, \ Mr. Stout said , \that tbe possible sav- ings: involved just ify experiment- ing on a one-yeur trial basis, in our op inion , a new approach is necessary. \ In the heated discussion over the hoard ' s action Mr. Barraud contended the fences were neces- sary to alleviate tbe effects of a heavy snow storm bv minimizing the amount of snow that had to be removed by trucks and p lows. \I will not take the blame. I will not be responsible for this move b y the board , \ said Mr. Bar- raud. \You will do everything to make it (the p lan to not use snow fences) work , won ' t you?\ ques- tioned Councilman Harold Chap- man. \Yes , \ answered Mr. Barraud. Later , in the discussion , Mr. Bar- raud said , \The $150 , 000 will be peanuts to what you will use to fight snow. \ Approximately $150 , - 000 was used in the last 12-month period for putting up and taking down snow fences , according to the estimate of the board and Mr. Barraud. During the heated discussion , Mr. Lechtrecker charged that the installing and taking down of fences is in the same category of \ make-work\ and said Mr. Bar- raud was \ p laying politics with snow. \ Mr. Barraud is a Repub- lican. The board is Democratic. \I am not play ing politics with\ snow , \ retorted Mr. Barraud. \I have been in this job for seven years. I know what snow is. \ Mr. Lechtrecker , former mayor of i' atchogue , said the village had eliminated use of snow fences and saw no need of maintaining them in the town. He contended snow removal constitutes \bi g patron- age \ by the hiring of extra man- power during heavy snowsto rms. Mr. Barraud replied that \from 250 to 300\ men were hired for a big storm in addition to the 280 regulars of the department. The board took action to keep a close check upon all town-owned vehicles b y means of a \Daily and Monthl y Record and Report\ which must be filled out by users of the vehicles. Recommended b y Air. Chapman and based on his experi- ence in operating Coast Guard vehicles duri ng the war , the new records will provide information on the operation , maintenance and selection of town-owned vehicles. \Our basic purpose , \ said Pur- chasing Director Marcel Beitel , \is to eliminate expensive repairs made necessary by faulty servic- ing. A continuous service record will keep the maintenance of each vehicle up to date. \ Mr. Beitel reported a savings effected through centralized pur- chasing of street curb waste re- ceptacles. \In 1»59 , \ Mr. Beitel reports , \ waste receptacles cost the town $43.58 each. An identical receptacle purchased under our new procedures cost the town only $28.45 this year . Including shipping expenses , the recent pur- chase of 40 units represents a sav- ing of 35 per cent over last year ' s prices , or a tota l of over $(500. It is also noteworth y that the purchit.se this year was made locall y, within the Town of Brook- haven. In ]<)5'J , the purchase was made from a firm outside of Suf- folk County . \ Many new opportunities today; read the classified columns in sec- tion two. Act quickly for best results. —Adv. ^Kf uSnnm^KiM ff mi imkMi^Jxa ^tMi tt^Lim ^BItt R ^^KBW^^mw^ RSf ^BBlBk. ^^^^^^HH M^HSnlilHH FREE Souvenirs for Everyone TIME SAVING SERVICES: SAVINGS ACCOrNTS. Kvcry account insured UP to $10 , 000 , by tbe Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation , an agency of the United States (loveriinient. ' FAST , FRIENDLY , CONFIDENTIAL MORTGAGE LOANS. Attractive and competitive closing fees. LOW COST FIIA HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS , No waiting; no rod tape. FREE SAVE-BY- .MAIL KITS. We pay postage both ways. BONUS SAVINGS ACCOUNTS with V,o extra earnings. PERSONAL MONEY ORDERS. GUT AND TRAVELERS ' CHECKS. ...and many others. oU tsf c at the wonderfu l place to save..V . I A I (p) r X - > <; <X j <Q) 1 I iSi aSi EaEsl^a \ mzL7:EM I H \ WfM Main \\,..{ \\\' ° ' '*¦ ifuchn Vump k« H hi , £ M » : 6 lo S I' M . ' *'' \\' r . a ' , ' g ' .?' ,, I' \ fv \ • 5 to 8 f M . ^D W'n Ivi'V J ID B M . WJ H l.ARC rsl MI-TI'M. MUM. s |N-I|H\IKl% I ^ MIMII K HII NTV B B m.MH HCF.S OVl.ll t'l7, iXIO , CIOO • IIAVIll 9. M.AMA. 'S , /\ i«iiirn « B €j j&?>. J — ¦I 'f^ * ' i^rn r ^^JHBVHMQHHHMiHHMflDH BELLE-MR MANOR NURSING HOME Offers You Complete Nursing Care for the Aged Day and Night Nu rsing. Suburban Setting 2 Blocks from Main Street Area , Churches and Movies. Religious and Recreation Facilities Modest Kates for Summer Months Licensed by State and Social Welfare 75 RIDER AVENUE , cor. Edwards St. PATCHOGUE GRover 5-4330

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