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Value of Satellites in Orbit Told at Navy League Dinner UPTON —- The Suffolk Count y, New York Council , Navy League of the United States held its September dinner meeting last Wednes- day night at the Brookhaven Center , Brookhaven National Laboratory here. Some -10 members and their wives as well as guests attended the function. The total membershi p at present is 53. The guest speaker of the even- ing was Captain Robert F. Frei- tag, USN , astronautics officer , Bu- reau of Naval Weapons , Depart- ment of the Navy, who spoke on \The Navy in the Space Age. \ Admiral Richard L. Conoll y, USN (Ret.) president of Long Island University, and Mrs. Conolly, were also present as honored guests of the council. Following the dinner the group adjourned to the research staff lounge at the laboratory where Capt. Freitag lectured on the use- fulness of the satellites which have been put into orbit by the Navy. He stated that these satellites are extending man ' s knowledge and that they are already being used as aids in navi gation. The lecture was illustrated with colored slides. In addition to the members and their wives and guests who were present , a number of Naval Re- serve officers from various parts of the country, who were at the laboratory attending a seminar , were also present as guests of the council. President of the council , John S. Medd of Stony Brook , announc- ed that another dinner meeting will be held October 17 , at the Three Village Inn , Stony Brook , at which time the national presi- dent of the Navy League , Frank Gard Jameson , will be present. Any laymen , male or female , or Naval Reserve officers on inactive duty or retired US Navy officers are invited to join the Suffolk County Council and applications should be sent to Miss Elaine Maier , PO Drawer 780 , Patchogu e , or George W. Still , Farm-to-Mar- ket Road , Holtsville. \ QUALITY AT ] Exceptional Prices 3 • Draperies ] • Curtains 3 • Bedspreads 1 • \ Let Us Help You with j Your Decorating Problems J WMHHM m^lMM ^HMM 4 4 4 Take Advantage of Our J 4 Layaway Plan J 4 3 DALE'S 36 E. Main St. Patchogue j wwmwwwtmwww] nmmm>nuiH>nmmnnn >n> in«mni ian>min | * j beaded t&e, I *W ' / d^tZll 1 Way ? <W£$AY ^ I ~~%ZT i If it ' s economical auto financing you ' re ! after , choose the route to our bank—the S rig ht direction for low-cost auto loans! ! ¦ ?• Peoples | ^ssm^ NATIONAL BANK OF PATCHOGUE | J0£ 323 B \ 115 EAST MAIN STREET GRover 5-4700 i WJJJ®Um MID-ISLAND OFFICE S S pj s fe^j fl ROUTE 25 SELDEN, N. Y. \ ' \&j£ °&*Z5/ Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ' ! ^SfiS* ^ Member Federal Reserve System \ i ——— t ^ammmmttm *¦¦¦ — MMMMWW — T \wimmammmmammmmmmmmmmmMmmmm mm^ii^m^immBr^m^*4^KMmm ^m^mnmmmmmmmmmm ^^^mmamimmKmiwum ^mmmmiBmmmmmmKma *mmmm ^B* TED PILGER'S - bought for the week\ iffl k CLEAN UP - - - DON'T BURN UP! fl\C JlBHf Rubbish and litter cause thousands of fires each year. ffpi l • ' mO^B A thorough clean-up can help prevent such fires . 119%' JMS H SB L • INSURANCE • REAL ESTATE yf^Bl PILGER AGENCY fl?] »BlL 218 Medford Ave. Patchogue *\ ** ' IBSBP^S H BH Girl Scout Camp Sobaco Has Good Summer Season The season of camping at the Great South Bay Girl Scout Camp in Yaphank has been well attend- ed it was announced this week. Over 800 Scouts have spent week ends since A pril or several days during the Summer at Camp So- baco. The activity and progress of the camp received a real blow , how- ever , in the form of an attack by vandals twice during the last two weeks while the camp was unoccupied. The storage house and cabins were broken into with doors and windows smashed. All tents for primitive camp ing were stolen , plus axes , saws , fire ex- tinguishers , lanterns , and all small tools. Eight mattresses were cut and also two of the new tents on the new tent site. The council is appealing to the community to cooperate in the apprehending of' the vandals. If this vandalism continues it might , in the long run mean that the girls would be denied this oppor- tunity for camping. The council hopes this appeal to the community will mean that the property will be safe from irresponsible hoodlums. \The mon- ey to run such a camp comes from friends and parents of young people and this is a violation of their trust in us as an organi- zation. We cannot assume such responsibility for public funds if the money for camp is going to be used for futile purpose. We cannot operate with such vandal- ism and it is also a reflection on the community in which the camp is established. May we urge very public minded citizen to be on the alert and help us control this kind of perverted activity, \ a spokes- man for the council said. When your engagement ap- pears in The Patchogue Advance is the time for you to examine our display of Wedding station- ery. The Patchogue Advance , 20 Hertford Avenue.—Adv. AD FACTS #11 More than 300 , 000 classified ads were publish ed in U. S. newspapers last year. A sur- vey shows that 90% of the people looking - for homes read the \ want\ ads of their newspapers. The same survey reveals that ¦87%' of these people checked the classified pages regular- ly. The Patchogue Advance Head by Every Member of the Family St. Andrew ' s to Build Parish House DAD TCU l-JOI I^P w '\ \** c° nstruc ted for School and various community events. Archi- r/lIXlkj n iK/UDU St. And rew ' s Episco- tect is Charles E. Anderson of Mastic, pal Church , Yaphank. It will be used for Church . YAPHANK — St. Andrew ' s Episcopal Church on East Main Street here in Yaphank has an- nounced plans for the erection of a parish house this Fall. The Rev. Richard W. Gray, vicar of St. Andrew ' s , announced that pledges toward a building fund started a year ago , combined with a loan from the Diocese of Long Island , will enable the church to begin construction within the next few weeks. The land to the east of the church has already been cleared and excavated , and the foundation is expected to be started this coming week. Fr. Gray stated that the cost of the building is being kept at ^ a minimum through the use of' volunteer labor for most of the construction. A number of the members of the church plus resi- dents of Yaphank , not connected with the church , have expressed their willingness to pitch in and help. Most of the work will be done on Saturdays and holidays , and it is hoped to have the build- ing in use by the end of the year. While the major purpose of the building will be for the Church School , which now numbers over 30 , the building will be available for the use of all organizations in the area for meetings , card parties and suppers. The main hall fwill be 24 x 36 feet with an adjoining 8 x 12 foot kitchen. Since this building will be an asset to the village of Yaphank as a meeting place , Fr. Gray ex- pressed hope that more of the residents of the area will pitch in to get the building finished as soon as possible. He emphasized that while experience would be helpful , the major requirement would be a willingness to help. The Women ' s Auxiliary of St. Andrew ' s will supply lunch for those who are working, as well as keep the coffee pot hot all day. Anyone interested in helping is asked to contact Fr. Gray at BEllport 7-0726 or Robert Will- iams at YAphank 4-3816. Woman ' s Club Sets H awaiian Ball for 6th Annual Charity The Woman ' s Club of Patchogue will mark its thirtieth anniversary with a gala Hawaiian ball Novem- ber 26 at the Island Hills Golf Club in Sayville. This will be the sixth annual charity ball of the Woman ' s Club , which is dedicated to community service as well as to the good times of its 80 members. Bene- fits from the dance will be used to support scholarship funds for graduates of Patchogue Hig h School and contributions will be made to local hosp itals and other community charities. The Hawaiian theme and decor for the dance is insp ired b y the beauty and color of the newest state. Music will be by Fred Kell y and his orchestra . Mrs. William Fadeley of East Patchogue and Mrs. Roy Krieger of Patchogue are co-chairmen of the dance committee. The decorat- ing committee will be headed by Mrs . William Homer of Patchogue and Mrs . John Cray of Bayport. Mrs. George Werner of Blue Point is chairman of the hostess com- mittee and Mrs. John Sears heads the publicity committee. The dance journal will he print- ed under the joint chairmanship of Mrs . Jack Barrie of East Pat- chogue and Mrs. Robert Hug hes of Patchoguet Tickets will be handled by a committee headed by Mrs. Gustave Stahl of Blue Point and Mrs. Raymond Connoll y of East Patchogue. Tickets will be available from club members or from Mrs. Stahl or Mrs. Connoll y. Palsy Building Fund Will Receive Proceeds From Cohalan Tribute The stage is set for the tribute dinner to John P. Cohalan , Jr., Suffolk County district attorney, which is to be held at 7 p. m. Sunday at Roosevelt Raceway ' s Cloud Casino. Proceeds from the dinner will be placed in the build- ing fund of the United Cerebral Palsy Association of Suffolk Coun- ty, which is currently sponsoring the erection of the Suffolk County Center for the Physically Handi- capped , at Commack. John E. Long, president of the Cerebra l Palsy Association , said he is anxious to have the tribute dinner Sunday an outstanding success. \Not only should we have a large turnout to help a most worth y cause , \ Mr. Long said , \but we also should take this op- portunity to honor a deserving public servant who , in addition to his duties , has seen fit to give of his time to serve as a member of the Cerebral Palsy Associa- tion ' s board of directors . \ Mr. Cohalan has served as di- strict attorney for Suffolk County since 1957 , and prior to that serv- ed the Town of Isli p as a Plan- ning Board member , counsel to the Planning Board and the Town Board , and later as town super- visor. Edward Zeltner , chairman , heads the large committee making ar- rangements for the \black tie \ affair. He reports reservations are still open and may be made through the office of the Suffolk County Cerebral Palsy Associa- tion at 88 West Main Street , Bay Shore. Playcrafters Hold Try-Outs For Dec. Comedy \Bus Stop, \ a comed y by Wil- liam Inge , will be tho second pro- duction of the Playcrafters and has been tentativel y set for De- cember 1 , 2 , and ' 6 , at the Bell- port Community House . Mrs. Mal- colm Fleming will produce and Mrs. Dwain White will direct the play. Initial tryouts for the p lay wer e held at the general meeting of the organization last Tuesday night. And additional try-outs will be held at the Bellport Communit y House on Bell Street , today and Wednesday, October 6 at 8:30 p. m. Anyone interested is invited and urged to attend. The characters to be cast in- clude: Cherie: young, pretty in a girlish way, run-down-at-the-heels night club singer who sings oil' key; Elma: part time waitress , young and naive; Grace: hard ad- venturous waitress with a lot of experience; Dr. Lyman: professor , scholarl y; Virgil: cowboy, bi g man who plays guitar and rolls his own; a Sheriff: over six feet , black beard; Carl: bus driver , and Bo Decker: young, tall , slim , typ i- cal cowboy. All those interested in any phase of production , especiall y li ghting and scenery design and execution , are urged to contact the producer or the director. For further in- formation , phone BEllport 7-0992 or ATlantic 6-8788. The Patchogue Fire Dept. By Chief Winfield Corston and Batt. Chief Daniel Gillette SIREN MOVES — The siren that was located on West Main Street in front of Gus ' Bar and Grill at 411 West Main Street , Patchogue , has moved to a new site. It is now perched on top of a high pole on the north side of the cement walk that runs by the West Lake. * * * PRACTICE ALARM — Plans were made for a practice alai - m , over breakfast at 6:30 a. m. Sun- day, by Mayor Robert Walbauer , Fire Commissioner Mike Maletta , Chief Winfield Corston , Deputy Chief Thomas Newham , First Bat- talion Chief Albert Rothe , Second Battalion Chief Daniel . Gillette and Ex-Chief Charles Miller. The plans were put into effect at 7:30 a. m. A genera l alarm was sounded by Chief Corston for the Patchogue Oil Terminal , with some difficulty. When Chief Corston pulled the alarm box the alarm failed to go off. Chief Corston then called the alarm in on his radio and the custodian then sound- ed the alarm. We were quite pleased with the results of the practice drill. About 75 men turn- ed out for the presumed fire. When Chief Corston \ sent in the alarm via radio , the Blue Point , North Patchogue , Bayport , Med- ford , Islip and Bellport Fire De- partments offe red their assistan- ce. Thanks , men. * * « ALARMS — Friday at 3:45 a. m., there was a general alarm for the Dryolin establishment on West Main Street. The fire was not extinguished until 6:30 a. m. Satu rday at 5:55 p. m., there was a still alarm for Annanias Ave- nue. The oven was on fire in the home of Nick Flcischmann. Satur- day at 9:34 p. m., there was a still alarm for Roe Boulevard and Shore Road. A car belonging to Sam Presti was burning. Sunday at 7:30 a. m., there was a fire drill for the Patchogue Oil Term- inal on River Avenue. Sunday at 12:25 there was a genera l alarm for 494 West Main Street. The garage on the property of H. S. Smith , an antique dealer , burned destroying many valuable anti- ques. CHIEF'S CORNER Ladies ' Ni ght Monday At Masonic Temple South Side Lodge 493. F. St. A. M., will hold a Ladies ' night program at the Masonic Temple in Patch- ogue at 8 p. m. Monday. The lodge will have its cen- tennial anniversary observance at the Patchogue Methodist Church October 17. Raymond C. Ellis , past grand master of Masons in New York State , will speak. Bay Shore-Islip Vets Of WWI Get Colors; 100 New Members In a hall filled to capacity, Bay Shore-Islip Town Barracks 214S , Veterans of World War I , was presented a set of colors by Syd- ney Y. Sullivan at the Legion quarters in the Memorial Building, East Main Street , Bay Shore , re- cently. With Marines as color bear- ers, Roger Kemp, representing Mr. Sullivan , presented the Colors which were accepted by Senior Vice Commander Woodman T. Tate. The Colors were dedicated by Commander Zavier J. Benzi- ger. Other highlights of the evening included the presentation of a check by Commander Edward C. Landry of Bay Shore Legion Post 365 to the barracks for its wel- fare fund , the announcement that 100 members were signed since the barracks was instituted in May and the forming of a ladies ' aux- iliary. Among those attending were: District Commander Harold Smith; WWI Veterans Commander Ray Cottrell; Copiague-Babylon Bar- racks 1609 WWI Vete rans County Commander Joseph Keppler ; American Legion Commander Ed- ward C. Landry; Bay Shore Post 365 American Legion Jack Peter- son ; Deputy Vice Commander , DAV Chester Fuller; Commander Bay Shore Post , VFW , Nicholas Petrillo; Commander , B a r 11 e v Chapter DAV Bay Shore , Jack Druckman; Directo r Suffolk Coun- ty, Veterans Service Agency George L. Weeks , Jr., Town of Isli p historian and representatives from other neig hboring veteran groups. Guest speakers were H. Lee Dennison , Suffolk County execu- tive , John Cohalan Suffolk Coun- ty district attorney and Thomas J. 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Trim tailor- Sturdy seamed interlock ' Wash-soft cotton 1-piece «& top takes a notch col- knit cotton brightened child' s style , elastic drop lar , contrast piping. with striped collars , seat , gripper front. Tod- Comfort-cut boxer waist. cuffs. Redmanized to re- . dler ' s 2-pc. has a gripper • Wash-soft prints. 34-40. duce shrinkage. Hurry ! waist , feet-warmers. OPEN MONDAY NITE TO 9 FRIDAY NITE TO 9w Shop with Confidence—Member Patchogue Merchants Division Fund-Raising Activities GIRL SCOUT FUND DRIVE The 1960 Girl Scout Fund-Rais- ing Drive will begin October 1 and will run through the second week in October. The goal for this drive is $3 , 000. Volunteei-s will conduct a a d o o r-to-door campaign. These funds will be used to further Girl Scouting in the Patchogue area. » * * FALL DANCE The Suffolk Chapter of the Children ' s Asthma Research In- stitute & Hospital in Denver , Colo., will hold a F all dance at the Blue Point Firehouse , Blue Point , Oct- ober S beginning at 9 p. m. Every- one is welcomed to attend. VWrimiry WBnKgsstB fHassat • WANT ADS LI Farm Bureau Sets Riverhead Meeting Anthony 11. Brand of Hunting- ton , president of Long Island Farm Bureau , announces that the an- nual meeting of the LIFB will be held at the Polish Hall on Marcy Avenue, Riverhead , at 8 p. m. October 10. All regular Farm Bureau mem- bers are invited to attend to help decide on important resolutions presented and to elect officers. Unitarian Sun. School To Reopen at YMCA Sunday will be Reg istration Sun- day and marks the reopening date, for Unitarian Sunday School held each week at 10:15 a. m. at the YMCA on South Ocean Avenue in Patchogue. For the first time , the occasion will be marked by a pro- gra m for parents as well as chil- dren , followed by refreshments and an opportunit y for the par- ents to see and ask questions about the Sunday School facilities. The program for the children will be under the direction of Burg Turner of Patchogue , who will show nature films. The parent program will con- sist of partici pation in the wor- ship service , led by Mrs. Laurance Paisley of Bell port , Sunday School superintendent , and a brief talk and discussion period entitled , \Do You Call That Religion?\ All parents of Sunday School and LRY children are urged to attend , as well as their friends or others in the area who may be considering registering their chil- dren in the Unitarian Sunday School. Samuel Ristich of Pa tch- ogue , president of the Unitarian Fellowship of Brookhaven , has an- nounced that a registration fee will be charged this year. 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