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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, August 25, 1960, Image 8

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# Ti WANTED 'I Jf _ % L IBRARIAN f T __ frV ~' \* * ( Professionally Trained) M « _ 0 to Reorganize and Expand the ^ fl | T Lake Ronkonkoma Free Library B |BH j \An expanding library, approx. rfv ¦¦¦P 50 miles from New York City, B _\ l__ offers a challenge to a spirited , / , \ *•*• ambitious , qualified person. \ / it Salery : $4 , 800 for a B.A. p lus consideration for ' (( i experience and further training. / If 35 Hour Week — One Month Vacation ^ ya Clerical Assistance Provided kj rl For further information , Write: y i L MRS. ROBERT BLEIMILLER J g Union Avenue Holbrook , L. I., N. Y. L »BlMlUUIIIIIII(IIII*IIHBIIllll«lllll|IIIIII|||«|i81l||||ll|lllltlllll|llllllRIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIllIIIIIIlIlIlllllIlllllIllllSi ¦ llll I IB § Tli -im tmTwrm z ' n be prepared for back-to-schoolo,. E I Sffi OPEN A PENNEY 1 | CHARGE ACCOUNT TODAY ! [ ^^^^^mWmwKtKmmmW^BHmmmmmmW ^tB^f ^^^^^^^^^^^^ I JUNIOR BOYS' 1 00% COTTON IN HEFTY COTTO N COMBED COTTON § E COAT SWEATER LINED JACKETS ! FLANNEL SHIRTS BOYS' PARKA ! = I 2 98 3 98 l 59 ll 95 i 5 sizes 1 (o 10 hoys ' sizes S (<> 20 hoys ' sizes 4 to 18 hoys ' sizes 12 to 20 m ; Rows of multicolor knit Cotton flannel lining Penney ' s feat u res the New type visible quilt Z Z patterns top Penney ' s gives lots of warmth on colorful p laid prints he yoke , new 3-way collar. 5 5 Orion '?' acry lic coat chilly days . Smart style wants . . . warmth he Warm , quilte d Cela- 5 sweater. Perfect as a features 2 button collar needs. Extras? Perma- cloud® acetate interlin- 5 5 lightwei ght jacket or an tab , adjustable cuffs , side nent stays , top stitched ing throug hout. Cotton - _ extra layer of warmth elastic inserts. Grey, collar , 2 pockets. San- ' n ny lon blend knit on 5 5 for winter. blue , more ! forized \ , too ! collar ' n zip-off hood. 5 S ^S^SSpF BOYS' COMBED PENNEY CORD1NO = S ^SHP^ COTTON SOCKS ! STADIUM TONES 5 I FIRST QUALITY SHOES ^Qc J98 I = AT LOW BUDGET PRICE s,\s fi»» ,ft,: - h,,vs ' s ,7es fi ,o 2o s 5 *» W _r _il_ _ riUVfc. Novelty patte rns add All combed cotton with 5 S Don ' t let his feet out grow your / \% O O spec ial interest , extra narrow rib weave ! Plain Z 5 budget ! Give him Penney ' s / ^Q color and smart looks to front , tapered leg model 5 5 embossed leather oxfords with _£_ / this Penney sock value. in burnt olive , peat- 5 S the style and comfort he likes . Nylon reinforced heel ' n moss , ancient gold , Z 5 the long wear and savings you l \\' |i \' ' ,n 3 toe for longer wear. more ! Easy-care and , it 5 S want. Machine wash ! resists wrinkles! 5 S OPEN MONDAY AND FRID AY EVENINGS TILL 9 5 niHBIlllIUIllllllUIUIIllUlllUllllllllllllllllllIllilllllll llllllliaiUllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMlllllllllUI? Heart Attack Is Fatal To Bayport Man , 58 A 58-year-old Bayport man was stricken with a fatal heart attack -Monday morning while delivering milk on South Ocean Avenue in Patchojjue. William KeiderliiiK of 115 Ken- sington Avenue , Bayport . a route- man for Westhrook Farms , col- lapsed inside his stopped truck in front of f>-l7 South ()ce:in Ave- nue. \'ill;ifr e Svvininiiujr Poid Mana- ger Paul liauser , arriving at work , rushed to Mr. Keiderlin ^ ' s aid and administered oxygen from a resuscitato r to no avail. Mr. Keiderlinjr is survived h y his wife , Hedy; two daughters . Mrs. Elsie Carra of West Sayville and Mrs. Louise Crokus of West Babylon; and a brother , John KeiderliiiK of Boston , Mass. Services were held yesterday at Kayj ior ' s Chapel in Sayville con- ducted hy the Rev. Eric 11 , . Rioker of St. John ' s Lutheran Church , Sayville. Interment followed in Pinelawn Memorial Park. Police Commissioner Plans Meeting Soon With Fire Islanders IIAUPPA VG K—Suffolk , County Police Commissioner Charles R. Thorn will meet in the near future with representatives of the As- sociation of Fire Island Communi- ties to discuss police protection for the area. \When a date is set , we 'll meet , \ the commissioner said in rep ly to an appeal for more protection hy Duayias B r v w s t e r , association president. The opening of the ' Smith' s Point Bridge , facilitating access to the island for non-residents , and the increase of Fire Island' s resi- dent population has brought the need f or increased police patrols , the association reported to the coiiiinissioner recently. Commissioner Thorn told The Advance yesterday that Winter patrols will be increased the length of the island after the Summer season ends. Present police pro- tection has MX men assigned to shore and marine stations. \There ' s no doubt that as the population throws , additional pa- trols will be required , \ the com- missioner said. |M|§ FOR REAL ACTION m-M IN REA L ESTA TE NaM CONSULT US FIRST Mr. George still ^fc_ area , we have private list- ^^ ¦E^P v ^HS MS MEMBER OF NEW YORK STATE W ^* ^ Mr. It. Ford Hughes *& ^BL PHONE TOLL ONE OF SUFFOLK'S LARGEST rf^T r; HUGHES & STILL , Inc. 8A 4 BE 2 ST 7 Route 25 , Centereach JUniper 5-8048 Wet Paints Studio Group ' s Art Exhibit Tomorrow Thru Sun. SAYVILLE — The Wet Paints Studio Group will hold its eleventh annual art exhibit at St. Ann ' s Parish house on Middle Road here tomorrow, Saturday and Sunday from 2 to 5 and fi to 9 p. m. There will be pictures b y local artists and some by artists of exceptional worth. There will be no charge for ad- mission. j: at Swezey & Newins ;i jj Patcbogue Here and there . . . time run- nine; out . . . one more day . . , radio personalities . . . baseballs . . . bookcovers . . . Aileen . . . and here we go . . . TWO WEEKS — In two weeks (more or less) Summer vacation time for the young- sters will be running out and the sounds of schoolbells will be heard throughout Suffolk County. And if you want to see how close we are getting to \Uack-to-School\ just stop in to S&N' s busy boys ' or girls ' departments these days and see the crowds. These \ earl y birds \ are taking advantage of the largest selections and best values that S&N has ever of- fered. The \buys \ are the re- sult of extra hard work on the part of our buyers in these two departments , many months ago. * * • BASEBALLS—For your young man who is on his way back to the books you will find a free baseball awaiting him in our up- stairs boys ' dept. It' s on a first come , first served basis , so we suggest that when you are doing your boy ' s shopping you ask one of the girls about the baseballs. * * * PRACTICAL—And being real practical (and saving you money at the same time) S&N has available for the youngsters very attractive book covers for all their new school books. Ask the salespeople in either our main floor g irls ' dept. or our 2nd floor boys ' depart- ment for these. * » * SPEAKING — Of our 2nd floor boys ' dept., we want to say a quiv.k \thank you \ for the won- derful way you have enthused over the additional area we have added to our boys ' department. We are pleased at your com- ments on \how easy it makes selecting items. \ * » * MORE TO COME — Speak- ing of more room at S&N , it ' s only the beginning with more exciting plans of expansion to come soon. Your Floorwalker will keep you informed as plans materialize. In fast- growing Suffolk you can de- pend on it that S&N will he growing right along with the area. * » * PRETEEN — Here are a cou- ple of real exciting items from S&N' s fastest growing depart- ment , our new 2nd floor sub- teen dept. in the Young Figure Shop. . . . drip dry shirts at SI .93, drip dry shirtwaist dresses at $3.0!) (or 2 for $7) . . . and hack-to-school skirts at iust $3.09. Choose from the widest of selec- tions and the best of values. * * » 1 MORE DAY — A phone call from Dr . Stuart , superin- tendent of the Patchogue-Med- ford district , informs us that schools in this district will open for the youngsters on Wednesday, Sept. 7. The teach- ers , however , will be punching the clock on Tuesday morning right after Labor Day. * » » AILEEN — When merchandise cuuses real true excitement among salespeople and customers as it is opened up and taken from the boxes , your Floorwalker is always interested In details. This was exactly the case when S&.V' s shipment of famous Aileen sportswear arrived in our fast- growing main floor department. We insisted that our display ex- pert , Pete Libery, immediately make a display of these gorgeous items which you may now see in our most westerly front window. It' s beautiful and the modest prices will amaze you. Try it on , next timo you visit S&N. You 'll fall in love with the colors and styling. * » * RADIO PERSONALITIES — Two more S&Ners this week joine d the ranks of local radio personalities. They were Helen \Boys ' Dept. \ Smith and Vir- ginia \Girls ' Dept. \ Lauben- berger whom you will hear throughout the dav on Patch- ogue Radio Station WPAC. Both did an excellent job. * * * THOUGHTS WHILE STROL- LING — Kim Swezev back from vacation . . . ditto Millicent \Dresses \ Murnane . . . F,m Neu- hoff still enjoying her time off . . . also Virginia \Domestics \ Rankin . . . your FW planning; on leaving this weekend for New England tour . . . more and more people opening up convenient S&N charge accounts these days ... all you need do is ask any S&N salesperson for a \ no ved tape \ form . . . that' s it except for our usual ... THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK —School will be opening soon . . . youngsters will be walk- ing to school and to their buses . . . you may be driving at the same time . . . give them the opportunity of happy schoo l days by driving carefully. < See you in the store during: the week , for Back-to-Sehool. >£^_ $X THE FLOOR . S^ S ^f x WALKER , Swe- (p! S5^ M§ zey & Newins V-j..7«.ir-/ ^7 Patchogue « _ v*»fo«Mul.4nr - The - I « ' I Floorwalker il Activities of Interest in Patchogue Mr. and Mrs. William A. Saw- yers have returned to their home on Bay Avenue after a trip to Florida. While there they bought a home in Orange Garden , Kiss- immee , and will return to Florida when they have sold their home here. They also visited their son and daughter-in-law , Mr. and Mrs . James Sawyers , and son , Jimmy, ] in Tampa. Mr . Sawyers is on the ; staff of the Tampa Communit y j Hosp ital as a physo-th crnp isl. His j wife is the furnn-r Miss Carol j Scheefe of Patchogur . j The Patchogue Advance is on J sale at: Spanish-American Gro- cery in Patchogue. — Adv. I The Golden Age social club met August. 1H at the home of Mrs. Wilma Perry on Washington Ave- nue. Mrs. Florence Weir also en- tertained with Mrs. Perry. About 25 members wore present. . . The monthly meeting of the Amvets Auxiliary was held Au- gust 17 at the clubhouse with Mrs. Dorothy Schwerdel , president , in charge. Nominations of ollicers were held with elections to take p lace at the next meeting. Mrs. Matilda Takats will be in charge of :i rummage sale in September. A dance will lie held September 10 at the clubhouse on Cedar Avenue for the benefi t, of the bowling teams. Visits are being made weekl y to the lie I li' -A ir Nursin g Home b y Mrs. Lillian Nogiewich , chairman , .Mrs. Kuse Hammond and Mrs. Agatha Palermo. Mr. and Mrs. Edward llenthorn , accompanied b y their daughter , Terry, of :!!> Cleveland Street , have returned from a trip to Wichita Kails , Tex., where th ey visited their son , Airman 2/f Josep h Ed- ward Henthorn , of the Strategic Air Command. On the way home thev visited .Mr. and .Mrs. Robert Williams in Danville , 111., and Mr. Hcnthorn ' s father , Oscar Hen- thorn , and uncle, Harry Hsnthom , in Vedersburg, Ind. The Patchogue Advance is on sale at: Robinson ' s Dairy, Sack' s Stationery, Sal' s Delicatessen , Ro- bert ' s Stationery, Siegal' s Drug Store , Zanga ' s Delicatessen and Shaber ' s Luncheonette in Patch- ogue. —Adv. Mrs. Charles Osgood and her mother . Mrs. Kmma Jackson , of Cincinnati , () ., visited friends in Patchogu e last week. On Tuesday Mrs . Jackson celebrated her nine- tieth hiithday. Mr. and Mrs. William Door gave a going-awav party for Mr. ami Mrs . Louis lie!lone of East Patch- ogue Saturday at the Pine Grove Inn , East I' atihogue. Mr. and Mrs. I. oui- Wcissl.erger were also pres- ent . Mr. ami Mrs. Iiellone are leav- ing ' I\ spend a year touring in Europe. Mrs. Iiellone was an ac- tive member of the Patchogue Unit of the Home Extension Ser- vice. The Patchogue Advance is on sale at: Patchogue Stationery, Pat' s Market , Fessler ' s Delicates- sen , Pearl' s Delicatessen , Jimmy ' s Corner Store and Rimi' s Lunch- eonette in Patchogue. — Adv. Richard Chapman , who is nine years old , and his sister , Eliza- beth , who is live , children of Mr. and Mrs, Richard Chapman of Shirley, arrived home Saturday from Glastonbury, England , whero they have been visiting their grand parents , Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Payne . They made the trip by jet p lane, in seven and a half hours. They visited many places of in- terest in Eng land including the Curnsoy Islands , Windsor Castle and London . They are the grand- children of Mr. and Mrs. A. Nob le Chapman of Carman Street. Mrs. Edith Van Wagner of Li- berty Street recently entertained her grandson , Victor Royal Van Wagner , III , of Poughkeepsie. The Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Lammert Kedelfs returned last week from a vacation in Pittsburgh and en- virons , where they visited mem- bers of St. Paul' s Lutheran Church in \ Pittsburg h where Dr. Redelfs served for 2i) \i; years bo- fore comin g to the Lutheran Church of Our Savior. They also visite d their son Robert Redelfs and his family in Monaca , Pa., where Mr. Redelfs has an import- ant position as chemical engineer in the St. Joe Lead Company. A daughter , Pamela Liili , was born to Village Clerk and Mrs. Ronald A. Blau of Rider Avenue , August 17 at Brookhaven Mem- orial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Blau have a son , Gordon Theodore. Relatives who visited Mrs. Jo- sep h Mannino and Mrs. William Bohnslaw over the weekend were Mrs. Lillian Harlee of Wheatun . 111., and Mrs. Idalene Allen of Villa Park , 111. NEW PATCHOGUE STREET MAPS I960 edition . On sale at Asso- ciated Market , Caprino ' s Station- ery Store , G & G Luncheonette , John Murp hy ' s Food Market , Inc., Patchogue Stationery Store and Robert' s Stationery Store. Publish- ed by The Patchogue Advance. Also contains streets in Bayport , Blue Point , East Patchogue , Bell- port , Brookhaven , Yaphank and Medford. All this for only 50c. Norman Thomas , well - known author and speaker and former Presidential candidate , will speak on the \burning subject of Africa \ at 3 p. m. Saturday at Gordon Heights Community Center , Haw- kins Avenue , Gordon Heights . Mr. Thomas will discuss the many important and vital issues facing Africa today. He will also discuss the future of emerging Africa. Advance printing on quality pa- pers with fine inks stands out from tbe commonplace. —Adv. Neither rain , sleet , ice nor heat prevents delivery to your home or your office of your Patchogue Advance. Only $5.00 a year. Write or telephone the Circulation Man- ager and start your paper todaj —GRover 5-1000. —Adv ^ Norman Thomas to Discuss Vital Issue of Africa GO VERNMENT SURPLUS S ALE S NOW anyone can buy DIRECT from V. S. GOVERNMENT SUR- PLUS DEPOTS, by mail for your- Kclf or for resale. Cameras , binocu- Inrs . cars , jeeps , trucks , boats, hardware , office machines and equipment , tents, (ools and tens- of-thousands of other items at a fraction of their original cost. Many items brand new. For list of hundreds of U. S. Government Surplus Depots . located in every State and overseas with pamphlet \How Government 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. JS138C. Rm. 709 . Albee Bldjf., Wash. 5 . I> . C. AAAAAAAAAAAAAA ^^^^* \—f { •• ' ir At Our \\V ? i • .y Complete \\ jj| * 1 • . / Selection of V 1 t < • 7 FLOOR \I t J / COVERINGS \ j ? < \I LINOLEUM \j\ I i I CUSTOM 8 • \ I \ A SHADES I . > * and I • ' ? J . \ VENETIAN ? < - '\ BLINDS .1 - > < ' :[ FOR FALL l.l . i \ _\ DECORATING /.l > < FUTUR E I < FLOOR COVERING > * 757 Route 25 Selden . J Call SE 2-S580 I i Toll Free From ? < AT 9 GR 5 HR3 JU 5-8 £ J RO 9 YA 4 ? « Prompt FREE Estimates ? YOUR MONEY NOW EARNS more than ever before ! DIVIDENDS PAID FROM DAY OF DEPOSIT • DIVIDENDS COMPOUNDED NOT TWICE , BUT 4 TIM ES A YEA R • The UNION SAVINGS BANK OF PATCHOGUE , N. Y. So. Ocean Ave. at Church St. TEL. GRover 5-5800 Member F.D.I.C. | Medford Farm Stand I H Directl y Across From Josephine ' s Pizzeria Rest I Route 112 (3 blocks south of Medford Station) Medford I I HOURS: Open Dail y Incl. Sunday 1 I Plenty of Free Parkin g Open Year Round I J WATERMELONS each 39c | § I HOME GROWN ELBERT A 1 Freestone Peaches 3 lbs. 29c j Large Basket (for canning) - - - $2.99 | j HOME GROWN ~~ I 1 Beefsteak Tomatoes 4 lbs. 29c | I HOME GROWN LARGE i Tomatoes (for canning) V2 bushel 95c | § g I FREESTONE PLUMS lb. 19c I 1 SWEET CALIFORN IA I I CLINGSTONE PLUMS lb. 19c | I MICHIGAN PEAT MOSS ' stflS I -a E§ 1 JUMBO BALE GERMAN I PEAT MOSS (71/2 cu. ft.) - - - $3.69 I ALL COLORS HARDY I Flowering Mums- - - - Large Bus h 75c I ^^JIlIIIIIUnilllllHIIJlllinHllll ll ll lll l ll lllllllI f lll lll l ll l t ll t lll t llllll l llllll l llllll ll llll l flW n tli y illl H I M Ill t ll lllllllll—llllllll l lll l lf W lllllllll M I» H lllllll ti lll W ¥ltW MI ll ^ S 'Harvey ' Due on Fri., Sun. at Mt. Carmel The S pencer Arts Players will present \Harvey \ ;it 8:50 p. m. tomorrow mid Sunday, sponsored by the Pateliojrue Council 725 , Knights of Columbus , for the bene- fit of Bishop Walter P . Kellen- bertr ' s Pius X Seminary Fund. Tickets for the play, to be pre- sented at the Mount Carmel Parish Hall , First Street. Patchogue , may be purchased at The Suffolk Beer Distributers and Mt. Carmel Religious Shop, both in PatehoRue , and also at Wnlleifs IGA Market in Bellport.

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