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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, October 20, 1960, Image 12

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I DELIGHT \ \^S^W^^^^^^ ^ I ' \ ™ ¦ —— —¦— - — \ ¦ - — - — - \ '-—¦¦¦ \ ¦ i — ¦¦ ....-- ¦ . *~ \ ^~ — _________ B _____H_B___ a_L _fi : ' ^^ ^ ^ \ ^ ' ^ ^ __ r OPEN DAILY XTwHHK^f^R^ I 7 A.M. - MIDNIGHT ^i^R^^-r ' MARC HI ON Y Since 1 842 I South Ocean Avenue at Terry St. , Patchogue GRover 5-9608 j wnn^^ COLUMBUS DAY F&&£g$£ 65 , BSA , of St. Francis de Sales Parents Auxiliary to North Patchogu e fi rehouse on Franklin Avenue. Scouts spent entertaining and educational hour with stiff learning abou t tire prevention. Shown kneeling front , left to right , are Terry Stoeckel and Joseph Manino. First row , left to right: Richard Varney, James McAleer , William Varney, Charles Katz , Wil- liam Biggs, Pat McCarthy, James Space and Martin McCarthy. Back row , left to right , Mrs. \ K. McCarthy, Den mother; Michael Per- kins , Mrs. Benedict , Paul Benedict , Ernie Stoeckel , Tony Molocznik , Mrs. Varney, Den mother , Skippy Pope , and Mrs. Biggs , Den mother. U. S. Service Academy A pplicants Will Take CSC Exams Nov. 12 Congressman Stuyvesant Wain- wright announced this week that the Civil Service Commission will conduct a designation examination November 12 for the purpose of assisting the Congressman in the selection of the best candidates for nomination to the four service academies. Mr. Wainwright will nominate a principal and alternates to each of the four academies for ' the class thut enters in July 1901. Any young man who is a resi- dent of the First Congressional District , New York , and who is between the ages of 17 and 22 , may apply to Congressman Wain- wright for an appointment to the academy of the applicant' s choice. A pplications must be made im- mediately. Mr. Wainwright stated: \Dur- ing my seven years as represen- tative of the people of the First District , it has been my privilege to assist nearly 100 young men in obtaining a nomination to a service academy. Each of my nom- inations has been given to the most eligible applicant , regardless of his religion , his area of resi- dence in the distric t or the politics of bis family. My appointments arc based on merit. \ Kof C Sets Dinner-Dance To Honor PGK Carrabus The Patchogue Knights of Co- ' lumbus Council will ' honor Past Grand Knig ht 'Donrmick J. Carra- bus at a testimonial dinner and dance to be held' at The \ Patchogue Dominick J. Carrabus Hotel at 8 p. m. November 19. Tickets are now on sale and may be obtained from Ernie Ma- tera. Grand Knight Bill Rowland , ¦lohn Benincasa , John Mnriella , and PGK Frank J. Salamone. Mr. Carrabus was born in Flushing. August 0 , 1917. His first view of a classroom was at the P. S. 20 Grade School in Flushing. In 1032 , the Carrabus family moved to Middle Island and be attended high school at Port .Jefferson. After leaving school in 1035 , he was employed by the New York State Conservation Depart- ment at Ridge. He left there to work in Republic in 19-12 , then entered the Army. In 1947 , he joined the Kni g hts of Columbus and soon after be- came one of its most active mem- bers. On November 2 , 1941 , he and the former Josephine Frabizio were married in St. Joseph the Worker R. C. Church in Hager- man by the late Father Stack. They have a daughter , Donna Ma- rie , ' 4%, and reside on Washing- ton Avenue , Patchogue. On September 15, 1942 , he en- listed in the Air Force. He was honorably discharged in January 1946. Tn 1940 , he was emp loyed by the Veterans Adrhinstration Hos- pital at North port in the fiscal division and has been there ever since. He had been chairman of various K of C commitees from ' time to time. In 1953 Mr. Salamone ap- pointed him chairman of the coun- cil' s fiftieth anniversary ball. He ' served as ' deputy grand kni ght from ' 1955 to \ 1957 , when he <vas elected to grand knight. He has been the council' s . grand knight for three years. A memory book of girlhood dates and other happy occasions could be rounded out to perfec- tion with your choice of one of the numerousl y sty led wedding invitations on display at The Patchogue Advance — always at budget prices A<Jv. Bible Conference To Be Held Here The First Baptist Church of Patchogue will conduct a Bible conference Sunday through Octo- ber 28. There will be a meeting each morning and night. The speaker wi]l be Dr. S. Fran- klin Logsdon , fo rmer pastor of the famous Moody Memorial Church of Chicago. Dr. Logsdon is now devoting his full time to a Bible conference ministry. He was a pas- tor for 31 years in the United States and Canada , has authored eight books on Biblical subjects and has been a Bible conference teacher for 25 years. Dr. Logsdon will speak at both the 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. ser- vices Sunday at the church. He will conduct a Bible study class .Monday through Friday at 10 a. in., and will speak each night at 7:45 p. m. There will be special music each night. The first Baptist Church is lo- eated on New North Ocean Ave- nue just north of the Sunrise Highway. The public is invited to attend. wwwinnnwMMU - vi f -«iui j-_--iiuuuM -ij-w-vi^^ The NEW «U» €UMRY I It \^_____ d______________M___B___F^__R-__flbr * _ ___ _ ________ ___f________________HR__H________b i7VT?f T 7 T <_ « i v\ \ ^__ _____ PwH _ P^B __ Tff _ ^ __ fc BBB8Hft _-^-_J----------------------- B-B--BJ^--l-------fc i^Zi_ <J-jj__ i. _ _ i n\ i y____B5^^^^ ^^ ^i ___ n« *^^ I • Easily Cleaned with Damp Cloth THI S FLAG IS MADE OF PLASTIC, NOT « « .y v-»ea.. __ Wiln _ » _mp v_ . ol RECOMMENDED FOR OUTDOOR USE IN COLD - WEATHER ^^ EVERY HOME SHOULD HAV E ONE OF THESE FLAGS Every Home CAN have one if the occupant so desires. 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If your subscri ption has not expire d and has LESS than 2 months to ¦ j run — Renew for 2 Years at $9.00 and receive a 50 Star Flag FREE. | g Every subscriber is welcome to purchase a Flag, without renewing his | subscription at our subscriber ' s low price of $1.50. i lMHI __ iMM mMMMMMH _il___ IMMHllll..., ^ l ] JHB ,„, M j (Hit? Patrijrrgue Aimatw j This Area ' s Family Newspaper ; IMPORTANT: If you wish to receive your FREE FLAG by mail , please add 25c for packaging and mailing costs. There is no m ailing charge if you call at our office and pick up the Flag. Campai gn to Be Held To Hel p Retarded In Suffolk County Dr. Benjamin L. Feuerstein, pre- sident of the Suifolk County Me- dical Society, has been appointed honorary campaign chairman for the 19G0 campaign being conduct- ed by the Association for the Help of Reta rded Children. The fund drive , inaugurated Sun- day and held in conjunction with National Retarded Children ' s week , seeks to raise $70,000 for the pur- pose of continuing and expanding essential services for the mentally retarded children and adults of Suffolk County, and to help sup- port researc h into causes and pre - vention of retardation. In accepting the chairmanship, Dr. Feuerstein said, \Every day 300 childre n are born in the United States who will be mentally re- tarded. More persons are handicap- ped by mental retardation then by any p hysical handicap. If given the chance they can be helped with the special services they re- quire. They need more special schools , job training, recreation programs , clinics. \Given a real chance , 25 out of every 30 mentally retarded children can become useful , self- supporting members of our com- munity. The mentally retarded look hopefully to you. 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Opp. Sears and Bee Hive GRover 5-9609 Maruar . t Warner , Tel. Millport 7-0633 (• A family party was held Sun- day at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Gelband of Mott Lane * o celebrate the seventieth birthday of Mrs. Gelband' s father , William Koenig of Westbury. Besides the ^Gelband children , Leslie , Barbara . Myra and Helen , Mr. Koeni . ' . ; wife was present a.s were the ' Koenijrs ' suns and dau^'hters-in- !aw . Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Koenig and children , Susan and Bruce of Carle Place and Mr . and Mrs. Richard Koenig and daughters , Meredith and Jill of Hicksville. Mr. and Mrs. (J. Kussell Mur- doek of Stealaway were guests Saturday evening at the thirtieth wedding anniversary given for Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson of Cen- ter Moriches. Mrs. Rrnesi Brown of Bell haven Road entertain ed the Seatuclc Chapter of the Daughters of the Revolution Friday at a covered dish luncheon with 1' 2 members present. Among them briefly was Mrs. LeRoy Criffing who dropped ir. from the Brookhaven School where she was serving on the re- gistration committee. Lisa Anderson , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. It. Christian Anderson, celebrated her tenth birthday Sun- day with a movie party followed b y supper at her homo shared b y her brother , Jon , and her play- mates. Mrs. Anthony Majestic of Pine Street , chairman of the registra - tion committee which was on duty at Brookhaven Elementary School last week through Saturday re- ports that 1G7 new registrations were made , most of thorn new , and many of former residents of Bell port. The registration was heavy Monday and Tuesday even- ings , then tremendousl y busy the final evening. Other members of the committee were Mesdames Howard Brown , LeRoy Griffing and Frank Craven. Mr. and Mrs. J. Mitchell Ewing Mr. and Mrs. George Shortmeicr and Captain and Mrs. John T. Tuthill spent last weekend in My- sti c , Conn., where they visited the Marine Museum , and in Sturbridgr Mass., where they visited Old Sturbrid ge Village. Mr. and Mrs. Ewing went on north from Stur- bridge to various other New Eng- land points. They returned home yesterday. A surprise bab y shower was held last Thursday evening for Mrs. Ernest C. Sykes of South Country Road at the home of Mrs. Richard Harrow of Carman Boulevard , given b y .Mrs . Harrow and Mrs. Donald Murdork of East Patch- <<gue. Guests were Mrs. Claude Sykes and her daughter . Miss Sarah Sykes of Yaphank , Mrs. Ed- gar A. Von Etens of Montauk Highway and her daughter , Mrs. Chauneey Augustine , Jr., of Key West , Fla., Mrs. Nina Mangin and Mrs. Robert Shelter of Shirley, Miss Irene Roos of Heliport , the Misses Gloria and Eranees Aviano of Patchogue , M rs. Lloyd Robin- son of Montauk Highway and Mrs, Stanley Wnenta of Carman Boule- vard. The Patchogue Advance is on sale at: Brook Store and Verni' s Delicatessen in Brookhaven. —Adv. With Ed Waldron as chairman, the men of the Brookhaven Eire Department will again sponsor a Halloween party for the children of the community. It will be given at 7 p. m October :U at Brookhaven Elementary School , with the grand march in the auditorium and awards for the best costumes. Games will follow , breaking down into two groups , with genera l awards and refreshments provided. Any mothers who can hel p out -hould get in touch with Mrs. James Winters. BE 7-OM8-M or Mrs . Martin Laruombe , BE 7- 0H4O-M. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gillespie and sheir daughters . Shirley and Mi- chele of Seelov Street, spent last weekend in St. Mary ' s. W. Va.. as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Smith. The Chapel House on the cor- ner of South Country Road and Chapel Avenue was sold last Thursday bv Mr. and Mrs. Mar- shall Bull of Bay Road to Mr. and Mrs. John Evans of Sutton Place. South , New York City. The Evans will make a Summer home and retreat of the charming little house, which before the occupancy of Mr. and Mrs. Bull , was an an- tique shop owned and operated by the late George P. Morse and his wife. Guest for five days , Mrs. Robert Keefe of Bowling Green , Ohio , left Monday to return home after staying with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall of Bay Road. Mr. and Mrs. Alan G. Baker , Sr., were guests over the weekend of Mr. and Mrs John Jcssup of Ridgefield , where Mr. Baker ' s sis- ter , Mrs. H. H. Jessup of Green- wich , was also a guest. Robert 11. Robinson of Yaphank Avenue, a Lieutenant Commander in the Naval Reserv e , recently com- pleted supervisor ' s training after two weeks at the >.aval Aviation Technical Training Center in Mem- phis , Torn . Mr. Robinson is now workig toward his Master of Sci- eee degree at Post College , hav- ing received his B. S. from Cornell University. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Robinson of Montauk Highway spent last week- end as quests of their son and daughter-in-law , Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Robinson of Parish Acres. Put nam Valley. Miss Patricia Reillv. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reilly . was home weekend before last from Columbia Memorial Hospital , Hudson, where she is in her first year of nurse ' s training. Mrs. Edward Reilly, who is chairman for the finance drive in Brookhaven for the Girl Scouts of America, has announced that onl y about 20' replies have been received from the many forms sent out requesting donations to- wards the some $200 which is the hamlet' s quota for Girl Scouts. Any donation can be sent to Mrs. Reilly, South Country Road , Brookhaven. A weekend guest of Mr . and Mrs. Charles Tilgner of Lindner Court was Fritz Connradt of New Hartford. A meeting will be held at 7 p. in. tomorrow night in the audi- torium of Brookhaven Elementary School for parents of boys eleven years and up who are interested in being Cub Scouts. At that time , boys eligible will be registered , and it is hoped , new leaders found. Otherwise , Cub Scouts will have to be disbanded in Brookhaven. Dennis I' uleston and Keith Mc- Kenna of Brookhaven , Arthur Co- oley, science teacher of Bell port , and the following young people spent the weekend on Hawk Moun- tain in Eastern Pennsylvania , us- ing a sandpit there for camp ing while observing migratory birds: Jennifer , Sally and Peter Puleston , Brie Binnington , Caroline Mar- shall, Gwen Foster, Elizabeth Ilon- nett, Helen Mulkecn , Peggy Perry and Bob Petersen. ' :¦ Boy Scout Troop 0 will meet at 7::i0 p. m. tomorrow at the fire bouse , at which time Ernest O. Sykes of South Country Road will be installed as Assistant Scout master to Murray Fink . Scoutmas- ter . All Scouts are urged to at- tend. Dinner guests October 11 of Mr. and Mrs. David E. Alburgev wore Dr. Bjorn Astrom of Nobel Insti- tute , Stockholm , Sweden, and Pro - fessor Serge Gorodetzky of the Institute for Nuclear Research , Strasbourg, France. Now visiting her parents , is Mrs. Chauneey Augustine , Jr.. of Key West , Fla., the former Miss Joyce Von Etens , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar A. Von Etens of Montauk Highway. Mrs. Augus- tine will return home November 12 to join her husband , II. M. • 'i' c stationed in the Nava l base there. SOUTH HAVEN PTA Mrs. Thomas G. Thompson pre- sided at the second regular meet- ing of the South Haven PTA held last Thursday evening at South Haven School. Mrs. Daniel Barsi made the secretary ' s and treasur- er ' s report after which there was a discussion of the card party scheduled October 27 at South Haven School with Mrs. Schuy ler ( Bud) Corwi n as chairman. Any- one wishing tickets should con- tact Mrs. Barsi . BE 7-1782. Guests speaker was Mrs. Paul- ine Hassell. head of Volunteers at Brookhaven Memorial Hospital , who spoke on the need for volun- teers and their duties , as well as on the new wing of the hospital and plans for organization. Hostesses were Mesdames .Tames Salvato and Jack Parents. Offi - cers of the Probation Department of Ilauppauge will speak on de- tecting juvenile delinquency in the young child , at the next meet- ing of the PTA to be held Novem- ber 10. ¦ra» _M__a-m* -____»w---__«aaa__*-_ aMM>M-«H>«-«- *-^ Brookhaven-South Haven IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE IN THE PATCH OGUE ADVANCE

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