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NOTICIAS SEMANALES EN ESPANOL POR Julia v Manolo P. O. B. 257 , Selden telefono SElden 2-607-1 Noticias civicas . . . Sept. (i. La Directiva del Ayuntamiento hoy rectitico la ordcnanza rcgulundo buhoneros, baratilleros y solicita- dores , de forma que entre las horas de 11 a. m. y 8 ]). m., seis carreteras de la Ciudad , serai: territories prohibidos , dehido a los peligros de trafico , producidos por las paradas de los automovile. que pasan tratando de comprar Las seis carreteras son: Montauk Sunrise , Middle Country Road. New Ocean Avenue , Modt ' ord Ave nue y Route 25A. De acuerdo cor, el Supervisor August Stout , Jr., \La puerta esta todavia abierta : nosotros no estamos poniendo a nadie fuera de negocio. Cual quiei mercachifle o buhonero , puede al- quilar un pedazo de terreno mar- cado como zona de negoeio y comerciar en la forma acostum- brada. Agricultores y granjeros. pueden vender sus productos a ' frente de sus propiedades , al borde del camino; ellos no pueden , desde luego , justamente , comprar mer- cancia en otra parte y revenderla en su propiedad. Estamos tratando de regularizar las cosas de manera que los negocios sean efectuados en zonas destinadas para ello y prevenir accidentes de trafico al mismo tiemp o \ . Nuevas reformas prohiben a buhoneros y solicita - dores para ocupar ningun sitio estacionados o fijos; para vender o solicitar antes de las 9 a. m. o despues de media hora antes de la caida del sol o 7 p. m., lo que sea mas temprano , excepto por la invitacion especial del dueno o del inquilino de la prop iedad; para vender o solicitar o permitir una carretilla , vagon o vehiculo usado para tal proposito dentro de 200 pies de la prop iedad de una escue- la publica o privada. Las modifi- caciones scran efectivas el dia 19 de Septiembre , 10 dias despues de publicadas . . . —La Directiva , acepto con pesar , la resi gnacion de Donald W. Shaw , de Bellport , como miembro de la Directiva de Planenmiento del Ayuntamiento. El Sr. Shaw, dio como motivo para su dimision , \ negocios y otras ra- zones \ , que previenen a el a ejecu- tar sus deberes en una manera satisfactoria para la Ciudad o para el mismo . . . —La revocacion de la regulacion de letreros de esta - ciones de gasolina , fue abando- nada por la Directiva , despues de una audiencia publica en la que no hubo apoyo , y si , oposicion con- siderable , para remover las limi- taciones del tamano de los le- treros . . . —Habiendo recibido una op inion del Conse-jo del Con- tralor , del Departamento de Inter- vencion y Control del Estado de Nueva York , al efecto de que de- ben mantenerse minutas o actas scparadas por la Directiva del Ayuntamiento y los sindicos del Ayuntamiento , a pesar de que los miembros nctuan en ambas capa- cidades , desde que la Ciudad de Brookhaven , se hizo una Ciudad de * primera clase , en lo sucesivo , los sindicos o fiduciaries , se reuniran a las 3 p. m., cada Martes , que la Directiva del Ayuntamiento se reuna . . . —Fuimos invitados y asistimos al \Old Fashion Family Political Rall y \ que se celebro el pasado Domingo 11 de Septiembre en el Riverhead Elks Club, East Main Street , Riverhead , N. Y., y i pesar de estar lloviendo a mares , ia concunencia fue tan grande jue habia personas en el portico. Dirig ieron la palabra , los Sres. Robert A. Gardiner , candidate pa- ra el Senado; Otis G. Pike , can- didate para el Congreso; John J. J. Jones , candidate para la Asarn- blea; otros mas y como broche final , el Ejecutivo del Condado de Suffolk , Lee Dennison; los dis- cursos fueron cortos y los ora- dores estupendos; todo el mundo comio y bebio, hasta saciarse y salieron contentos y satisfechos . . . —Se celebro una reunion especial , en honor de los residen- tes de habla Espanola ' de Brook- haven , en el Colonial Hall , situado en el 118 South Ocean Avenue , Patchogue , N. Y., organizada por los columnistas del Patchogue Advance y del Moriches Tribune; la asamblea tuvo lugar el Martes 13 de Septiembre de 1960 , a las 8:30 de la noche y entre los con- currentes , estuvieron representa- ciones de la Spanish-American Citizens ' Association , Latin-Ame- rican Social Club y un nutrido grupo de personas. Diri gieron la nalabra , los Sres. Robert Davi d Lion Gardiner , candidate al Sena- do y John J. J. Jones , candidate a la Asamblea. Entre los asistei- tes recordamos el Concejal Sr. Howard L. Rowland; el Recibidor de Contribuciones , Sr. Wilfred Paquette; el Consejero de Gardi- ner. Capitan Josep h Kelly; en Presidente del A v e r e 11 Harri- man Democratic Club, Sr. Jim Walsh; el Director de Publicidad , Sr. Al Nelson; el Superintendente de Sanidad. Sr. John W. Readev . Jr.; el notable Fotografo , Sr, Bill Goldfein; el Condestable de la Bahia , Sr. Benny Balsamo y esposa; el Presidente de la Spanish-American Citizens ' Asso- ciation , Sr. Guillermo Cortes y esposa; el Vice-Presidente dedicha Sociedad , Sr. Nieomedes Mendez e hijas; el Secretario Corresponsal , Sr. Enesto Sanchez; el Vocal , Sr. Armando Maldonado y esposa; y tantos mas , que necesitariamos un espacio mayor para mencionarlos . . . —El Domingo dia 11 de Sep- tiembre y en el domieilio del Con- cejal del Ayuntamiento de Brook- haven, Sr. Howard L. Rowland , se celebro una fiestecita familiar , para conmemora r el quinto ani- versario del nacimiento de su hi- jito, Howard , Jr., asistiendo , ade- mas de su inmediata familia , un sin fin de amiguitos , que gozaron muchisimo; le deseamos muchas felicidades . . . ---El Sabado 10 de Septiembre , en la Tglesia de St. Thomas More , Manhattan , contra - jeron matrimonio la Srta. Marina Luz Urquia de Manhattan y el .Toven David .Tobn Dean. Massa- pequa. La novia , hija del Dr. y Sra. Rafael Urquia , (el Dr. Ur- uuia , es Embajador de El Salva- dor en las Naciones Unidas \ ). gra- duo de Marymount School y aten- dio Trinity College , Washington , D. C. El novio , hijo de los Sres. Tobn E. Dean, graduo de La Salle Military Academy, Oakdal e y de Foreign Service School do George- town Universit y, Washington , D. C, y esta atendiendo George- town School of Law . . . ¦— Comunicamos a nuestros lectores , con gran sentimiento , que el dia 1 de Septiembre , dejo de existir , a la edad de 58 anos y a eonsecuen- cia de un ataqu e al corazon , el Director-Propietario del periodicc \El Mundo \ y de una eadena de radio y television de San Juan , Puerto Rico. Ramos era de humilde origen , empezo su carrera como aprendiz de imprenta y llego a ser una de las figuaras mas cono- cidas del periodismo Latino-Ameri- cano. En 1959 gano el premio Ma- ria Moors Cabot de la Universi- dad de Colombia y fue presidente y miembro por muchos anos , de la Comision Ejecutiva de Ia Sociedad Interamericana de Prensa , (SIP), en la que hizo una labor ardua y maravillosa. En 1957 fue nombra- do \Ciudadano del Ano \ por el Institute de Puerto Rico , organi- zacion dedicada a la proteccion de intcrcses puertorriquenos en Nueva York. En 1958 creo la Fundacion Angel Ramos , controlada por nue- ve directores , esta se enearga de Ia Administracion del diario y estaciones de radio y television. Las ganancias seran repartidas entre los emp leados y varios cen- tres de beneficiencia y educacion. Angel Ramos , nacio en Manati , P. It., el dia 30 de Enero de- 1902; le sobreviven , su esposa , Sra . Tina Schiffano y su madre , Sra. Braulia Torres. DEP. . . - Recuerden nues- tros lectores , que para votar es necesario registrarse y para esto , hay que ser ciudadano de los Esta- dos Unidos; tener 21 anos de edad ; haber residido en el Estado , un ano; en el Condado , seis meses y en el Distrito , un mes; Los ciuda- danos naturalizados , tienen que mostrar sus papeles para poder inscribirse , o dip lomas o lincencia- mientos que sean aceptados y ten- dran que tomar una sencilla prueba de ingles , para esta prueba , ayu- dan en varios de los Centres de Instruccion Electoral. No de .jen de registrarse y votar. . . - Nuestros queridos amigos , Sr. Armando Maldonado y eneantadora esposa Aurea , nos ruegan comuni quemos a sus numerosas amistades , que su nueva residencia esta localizada en el 19 Hammond Street , Patch- ogue , N. Y.; les deseamos suerte en sus lares. Con objeto de ayudar a las vic- timas del huracan \Donna \ , la Spanish-American Citizens ' Asso- ciation , ha empezado una cam- pana para recaudar fondos e in- mediatamente se le han unido otras entidades , como el Latin- American Social Club y otras so- cicdades americanas , con la idea de cooperar. Para ello , los miem- bros seran portadores de una tar- jeta de identificacion , con el nom- bre y el sello de la Asociacion v aquellos que prefieran uu.\iliar di- rectamente , pueden enviar sus contribuciones , aunque sean pe- nuenas , a la direccion siguiente: Mr. Guillermo Cortes , Prcs . Sp. -u- . - Amer. Citizens ' Ass ' n., 8 Morrison Place. Patchogue , N. Y. Muchas graeias! . . . —F,n el Southside Hospital , tuvo lugar el nacimiento de una nina , hija de los Sres. Michael DeSanto, de Patchogue , c-1 dia 30 de Agosto . . . —El joven Luis Oliver , hijo de los Sres. Hermione y Jose Oliver , del 32 Shore Drive , Patchogue , se en- cuentra en el Meadowbrook Hos- pital , a causa de un accidente que tuvo el dia 3 de Septiembre , a las 10:00 de la manana. Luis , es un rnuc.haeho muy queridn por todos los que lo conoeen y ha sidn si- empre un colaborador entusiasta del Latin-American Social Club y un trabajador infatigble. Por esto el Sr. Francisco J. Loran . Gerente del Club , ruega a todos los amigos y miembros del Centre , nue pon- gan unas linens de estimulo y afecto a Luis: Dirijan Ia corres- nondencia en Ia forma siguiente : Mr. Luis Oliver . — Meadowbrook Hospital. — 2 C East. — Meadow- brook , N. Y. . . . —y . . . Hasta la vista. The Welcome Wagon Hostess Will Knock on Your Door with Gifts & Greetings from Friendly Business ^Neighbors and Your Civic and Social [Welfare Leaders On the Occasion of: Arrival of Newcomers to the Community. MRS. MADELINE DITMARS Phone GRover 5-4063 MRS. RUTH LARKIN Phone liKllport 7-1001 ^^^^ M HAUPPAUGE | lallflBAaM EXTENSION 1 j ol\ LONG IISLAMD l UHN VMW f m PEWTER ¦WWBMBHMIM VLill 1 LO, Accredited by Middle States Association EVENING COLLEGE PROGRAMS FOR YOU > IN THE ^ r HEART OF SUFFOLK COUNTY \ Approved and Registered by I >HBHaCjVBHBMBBaHntl the N. V. State Education Dept.HB I BROAD RANGE OF PROGRAMS I l eading to BACCALAUREATE DEGREES I in Arts and Sciences , I Teaclicr Education , Business Administration , Prc-Engincering and I' re-Profcssional Studies and MASTER' S DEGREE Programs in TEACHER EDUCATION , GUIDANCE & COUNSELING , LIBRARY SCIENCE , MUSIC EDUCATION. To meet the demand of residents of Eastern LonK Island for higher education , an expanding liberal arts college brings its distinguished faculty to you in the facilities of the Houppauge Senior High School , centrally located on Route 111 , between Smithtown and Central Islip in tho heartland of Suffolk County. APPLY NOW FOR SEPTEMBER ADMISSION You ore cordially invited to visit the HAUPPAUGE EXTENSION CENTER and learn firsthand of the college program offerings. UNDERGRADUATE REGISTRATION: Sept. 21-22 , 26-29 GRADUATE REGISTRATION: Sept. 26-29 For Further Information mail coupon or call ANdrew 5-0270 ¦ —.,-I — .¦.—.—— II _ — .... I . I . — . urn i aj Oiraetor , Hauppaugo Extension Cenfar , C. W. Post Collnga- I Hauppnug* Senior High School , Rout* 111 , Hauppaugo , N, V. J Please send me information bulletin describing tho | Hauppauge Extension Center and its educational programs. I D Undergraduate O Business Administration) i D Pre-Professional O Graduate 1 D Pre-Enalneerinaj Q Teacher Education | N am9„.«. H . W .. HM M.m.MH.H....M.....WM.» MM ....M..«„.». M M.....PhOne.... H .„ n .. M . M ,. M ..„„ M M.H. H *l A ddress ,.......„ ., , -........ ' * CHVCK f or * 1 ' 000 IS presented by Mrs. Frank Silverman of V^rXEAJsV Patchogue , right , to Mrs. Frederic Mars , president of the Greater Patchogue Auxiliary of United Cerebral Palsy Association. Mrs. Silverman was chairman of an afghan award event run to benefit the treatment center for physically handi- capped now being built in Commack. PELCO Service Back After Donna ' s Siege Upstate Crews Here: The Patchogue Electric Ligh t Company reports that '\ moppinp:- up \ operations , following the tropical storm of hurricane propor- tions September 12 which struck the area of the Southern Suffolk Power System served by PELCO have all but been completed . Company representatives report that as of 6:30 p. m. last Wed- nesday night less than 50 custo- «> mers remained without electric service. With the exception of the street lighting circuits in several communities , electric service was restored to all of its customers by midnight Wednesday. Company representatives respon- sible for the restoration of electric service under its emergency pro- gram report that many more wires were down following this storm than on previous occasions due to the extremely heavy tre e foliage , as a result of the heavy Spring and Summer rains. The fact that emergency condi- tions prevailed along the entire eastern seabord following Hurri- can \Donna , \ obtaining additional outside assistance was more dif- ficult than during past emergen- cies. In addition to its own forces I'ELCO employed approximately iv outside linemen to assist in the restoration program. Utility line crews were drawn from Petty & Worrad , local electri- cal contractors and the New York State Electric & Gas Company with headquarters in Binghamton , where crews were dispatched from the upper New York State com- munities of Oneonta , . jEndicatt . Norwich and Auburn. PELCO' s decentraliza- tion method employed in its Re- storation Program expedited the appraisal of the extent of line damage and the restoration of eiectric service. The company ' s equipment and facilities stood up well in face of the torrential rains with winds that reached a velocity of 70 to 90 mies per hour when the storm reached its maximum intensity. Major outages were caused as the result of lines being torn down by falling trees and tree limbs. This condition prevailed on practically every street leading from commun- ity business centers to waterfront areas. A sincere expression of thanks is given by PELCO to its customers for their sympathetic understand- ing during its efforts to restore electric service and to thp many community organizations who co- operated during this emergency. These include the local Radio Sta- tions , Suffolk County Police , New York Telep hone Company switch- board operators , Suffolk County Civil Defense , Fire Departments , and units of the County, Town and Village Highway departments. You get more , lots more news in The Patchogue Advance , plus top features , and pictures ; some- thing for everybody. Order it sent to yon: only $5.00 nnnually. —Adv. Year End Clearance of 1960 Rambler Wagons Now own Rambler—the world' s most popular 6-cyIinder wagon—fo r less than you 'd pay for most sedans! We Rambler dealers just set our 35th consecutive why nobody can match our low , low , low prices, mm monthl y sales record. We ' re winding up the big- So hurry in while we still have a good choice of S \oil CIHl OWIl it MtttttthlCP gest year in our history, selling more compact smart station wagons. Prices of bi g used cars are B f ur its Hi tip Mtt cars per dealer than any other dealer group. plummeting—waiting may cost you hundreds of JS So , our sales costs per car arc lowest. Ramblers dollars . Buy today and save. Get a quality-built S / dS^S f S / tiSgsSs. cost least of all U.S. cars to start with. That ' s Rambler with proved top resale value. W JR /|K^M\ /IfirOifli (jjfi$)/f £!^ I960 Rambler American Custom 2-Door Station Wagon. Today ! Get the wagon buy of your life at your Rambler dealer ' s PATCHOGUE SALES , InC. S7S East Main Street , Patchogue (Open Daily 9-9 ) GRover 5-3400 \ Successful End To Patchogue ' s Summer School The Summer sessions held at Patchogue High School ended this season with a total of 48-1 regis- tered student s. The program , which operates under subsid y by the state , cost the school district ?C , 0!)0. The percentage of students passed, a v. c onlinj to Overton Tremper , the principal of the Summer sessions , was high , with (12 per cent passing the state re- gent examinations, and SO per cent passing in the local exams. Five new courses were added last Summer: Latin I and II; French I and II; chemistry. These new classes accounted for the in- crease in this vea r ' s budget , $17 , - 309 over last ' year ' s $13 , 705.44. Because the state subsidizes the classes per pupil attending, the cost to the district was $6 , 090 , an increase of about $1 , 000 over last year. Mr. Tremper said there were 304 resident students and 120 non- resident pup ils. Children in resi- dence paid $3 , and could get int o a maximum of two classes. Non- residents had to pay $25 per course. He said the school now offers just about every course ex- cep t those in business and in- dustrial arts. He expects the en- rollment to be about the same for next year, \ with possibl y a slight increase , \ he said. Suffolk County Called Eligible for 'Donna ' Aid The destruction wrought by Hurricane Donna September 12 has caused the U. S. Small business Administration to declare Nassau and Suffolk Counties disaster areas. The agency ' s action will make it possible for local homeowners and businessmen to secure low- interest , long term loans to repair any damage caused by the storai. The SLiA' s action came on the •> heels of the cleaning activities now underway on Long Island. Tho cleaning up job has proven more difficult than expected , since many homes and businesses are still without electric power and tele- phone service. The job of complete restoration of Long Island is ex- pected to take at least another week. The SBA has also declared the county of Queens a disaster area. The local officials in Queens had not requested the action. Anyone who can furnish evi- dence of tangible loss caused by the storm is eligible to apply for the relief at the agency ' s New York office , located at 42 Broad- way. The SBA then grants the loan which will either provide for re- pair or replacement of the loss. There is no limit on the amount and the loan is granted at three per cent interest. Action on the requests for loans is usually completed within a mat- ter of days and can be repaid over a 20-year period. This aid is not the same as that provided by the government' s dis- aster aid , since this can only be furnished if the governor of a state certifies that public installations have been damaged to an amount $3 , 000 , 000 or more. The governor ' s office said that it is doubted if the amount will reach that figure in New York. Postmaster Position Open at Lake Grove The Civil Service Commission announced that an examination for postmaster at Lake Grove, start- ing at $5 , 790 a year , will be open for accep tance of app lications un- til October 11. Comp lete information about the examination requirements and in- structions for filing applications may be obtained at the Lake Grove post office. App lication forms must be filed with the U. S. Civil Service Commission , Wash- ington 25 , D. C , and must be re- ceived or postmarked not later than the closing date. Library Services In the County Being Studied HAUPPAUGE — The Suffolk County Planning Commission an- nounced Monday the appointment of a select County Committee on Library Service to evaluate exist- ing library services in tlie county. Seth Hubbard , chairman of the Planning Commission, stuted that onl y six of the county ' s 44 libra- ries meet basic minimum New York state standards and many smaller communities have no li- brary service whatsoever. Said Mr. Hubbard: \County Executive H. Lee Dennison has requeste d us to look into this situation , and we are asking this county-wide group of civic leaders , who are experts on library mat- ters , to help us with recommend- ations for improving existing li- brary services. \ Mr. Hubbard pointed out that most of the county library committee mem- bers were library trustees and a few were concerned with educa- tional matters and teaching. \We definately want good libraries in Suffolk , just as we want good schools and public services , \ said Mr. Hubbard. \I am sure this library committee will come up with constructive ideas on how to get more books and better library facilities in our county. \ Dr. Morris Molinoff , president of the Brentwood Public Library, will serve as committee chairman. Other members are: John Tomp- kins and Lambert Smith , Town of Babylon; Norman Lechtrecker and Mrs. Charles Taintor , Town of Brookhaven; Joel Skidmore and Dr. Stanley Schwartz , Town of Hunt- ington; Mrs. Richard Van Caesse- le , Islip; James Shay, Smith- town; Miss Lizette Hand. Town of Riverhead; Henry Bormuth , Town or Southampton; R. G. Terry, Jr., Town of Southold; Andrew Fiske , Town of Shelter Island; and Sam- uel Meddaugh , Town of East Hampton. For your best source of infor- mation locally, read The Advance ••nch wee k Adv. SWEZEY FUEL CO. , -- ^£^0. COAL and FUEL OIL ^^ 0^^^^ GRover 5-0270 ^^^ '^ 9 ^ RIDER AVENUE and L. I. R. R. PATCHOGUE^*^' Salesman Claims False Arrest; $2 , 001 , 500 Suit RIVERHEAD — A Centereach auto salesman recently field a v *2 , 001 , 500 damage suit in the Suf- folk County Clerk' s office against a Hempstead lawyer and his client for malicious prosecution and false arrest and imprisonment Robert Conrad , 45 , of 292 Tree Road , Centereach , through his at- torney, charges that David E. Sallah , Hempstead attorney, and Irwin Feinsilver of Brooklyn , owner of an auto sales agency, caused him to be held for 17 days in the county jail here in Riverhead. In the briefs filed with the county clerk , Mr. Conrad' s attorney said Mr. Sallah obtained an order committing Mr. Conrad to jail for failing to pay a $13 , 470 judgement to Mr. Feinsilver. Mr. Conrad was directed to pay that amount by a Nassau Supreme Court judge Mr. Feinsilver was awarded the judge- ment when property he leased from Mr. Conrad for a used car busi- ness , could not be used for the purpose . Mr. Conrad , through his counsel , claims he was jailed July 3 , 1958 , and was held for 17 days before being released on an order by Supreme Court Justice L Barron Hill. Mr. Conrad' s lawyer claimed his client lost weight while in jail and aggravated an ulcer condition. The lawyer said Mr. Conrad was \held up to public scorn and ridicule \ as a result of the arrest. Letter Writing Week Is Set October 2-8 FARMINGVILLE—The twenty- third annual Letter Writing week will be celebrated in Farmingville during the week of October 2 to 8, it was announced by Post- master Caroline R. Bahnmuller. Postmaster Bahnmuller noted that there has been a revival of personal letter writing during the last few years. \A letter remains the most economical , longest last- ing, and sincerest means of ex- tending greetings , communicating social news , and exchanging ideas , \ the postmaster said. During Letter Writing week , the postmaster suggested that in- dividuals write at least two let- ters: One to a friend or relative from whom they have not heard in a long time, and the second as a reply to a friend or relative who recently wrote. She also urged correspondence to people in other countries as a means of promoting greater understanding among the people of different nations. The slogan of this year ' s event , as indicated on more than 200 , 000 banners , is \Letters Are Links to Friendship. \ The display ma- terials will appear on post office bulletin board s , and rural carrier vehicles , as well as in various schools and libraries. The Office Staff Association of the Patchogue Public Schools will hold its first meeting of this school year Tuesday at Patchogue High School at 7:30 p. m. The programs for the year will be planned and committee chairmen will be appointed by the new president of the association , Miss .Mary Romagna , secretary to John C. Hylan , school district clerk. School Office Workers To Hold First Meeting

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