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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, January 26, 1961, Image 19

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REAL ESTAT E NEWS CONVEYANCES (Consideration menti oned in some cases is that indicated by revenue tax stamps.) R G Ward & w to L Gardner <v w pc ' . n \v s Maple Avenue Stony Brook $ 10.500. J Beioke & \v to W Kirehner lots 1 to r> incl German Gardens Yap hank $10.500. H W Wisnoski <fc w to W Kireh- ner pel n s Oak Street Yap hank $10 ,500. J X D Construction Corn to C Fa -are __ w lot 10 & s ' _ lot 0 Riirniann Estates Centereach $12,500. B Dydo & \v to J S Pawlend- zio & w lot S-l Lakeview Terrace see 1 Middle Island $18 ,500. el A Shea Jr & \v to K Anis Jr & w pel e s Mark Tree Road Dawn Estates Town of Brook- haven $12 ,000. Wirth Building Corp to X C Case tt w lot 8 Bay berry Cox~ e Strong ' s Xeck Setauket S26.500. R Bvv >wn & w to Margaret G Cosier loi - _ o sec 2 Yaphank Es- tates Town of Brookhaven $0,000. Eagle Estates Inc to T J Kenny & w lot 270 sec 4 Eagle Estates Tow n of Brookhaven $10 ,000. Eagle Estates Inc to F X Abra- hall lot 252 sec 1 Eag le Estates Town of Brot-khaven $10,000. J A Dooley & ano to T H Gavin >J_ w pel e s Howell' s Point Road Man of Pro p Bellport Co Town of Brookhaven $5,000. T H Gavin t_ w to J M Liteher & w pel e s Genera l McLean Drive Bellnor; Estates Town of Brookhaven $10,500. G Schmidt to J Yamvakides pel n s Norton Street Patchogue $S. - 500. A R Farm to J Calogero & w pel e s Rustic Road Town of Brookhaven. $17 , 500. Louise A Hertel to Mabel R But fey pel s s Oak Street Stony Brook $10. ot'0 . J Hoffman & ar. o to G A Proios pel e s Ronkonkoma Avenue Lake Ronkonkoma $2$.O00. Eagle Estates Inc to R LaRoc- co & w lot _ - _ • ' > >tv 4 Eagle Estates Town of Brookhaven $0.- 500. J Coraci A: w to P Langellotti ]ot _> 4 & 5 MV 1 Candido Heights Shirley $0,000. L Kay to J O Bliex & \v pel n s Catherine Street Selden $11 , - 000. Oie Towne Estates Inc to R Yascotto & w lot 118 see 2 Ole Town e Estates Town of Brook- haven $12,500. Same to G J Gilner & w pel w s Colony Road sec 2 Ole Towne Estates Town of Brookhaven $13 , - 000. M A Maloney & w to H A Seeher _: w pel n s Middle Coun- try Road Centereach $13 , 500. G Bennett <_ . w to F Grippo & w lots 28 to 30 incl blk 23 Canaan Lake East Town of Brookhaven $13,500. Bay Yiew Harbor Estates Inc to H A Mott Jr & xv pel n s Cedar Lane Town of Brookhaven $7,000. R U Hamlyn Jr & \v to A Evans pel e s. Railroad Avenue Bell port $» . i , 5o<i . Eva \Y Krause to Frances H Capobianco lot s 115 and 116 ^olle Croft Town of Brookhaven $0,000. Same to Same lots 117 & 118 Belle Croft Town of Brookhaven $0,000. Woodhull Estates Inc to A DelPozzo pel n s Crown Street Port Jefferson Heights Park Town of Brookhaven $15 , 000. J Heathbey to E Mueller & ano pel 5613.5 feet n of Montauk Div of the L.I. R.R. Bellport $5, 000. T & S Lumber & Supply Co Inc to L Silverman & w lot 216 Cedarwood Park Centereach $13 , - 000 . Eleanor W McCarty to J E Avers lot 50 see 2 Ocean Ridge Town of Brookhaven $7,000. Madeline Franza to P Tullo & w & ors pel s s 2nd Street Lake Ronkonkoma Estates Town of Brookhaven J58.500. W McCartney & w to A Fein- berg & xv p -v. l \v s Landing Lane Port Jefferson $10 , 000. Highview Point Inc to A Nus- shaumer & xv lot 28 Highview Point Town of Brookhaven $12 , - 000. C Spena to W H Hufnagel & w lots 7 to 11 incl blk F Lake Grove Park Town of Brookhaven $16,000. J R Hudson & w to J Archam- bault & w pel w s Mount Sinai Coram Road Town of Brookhaven $15,000. R Silsbe & \v to L O Tribute & w pel n s Wrana Street Med- ford $16,000. Eleanor R Tritch to T McCul- lough & xv pel n s Oakwood Ave- nue Town of Brookhaven $14 , 000. H Y Bogert & w to Marion Lockmiller & \v lots 477 478 & 470 sec 6 Xorton Park Town of Brookhaven $13, 000. Babylon Investors Corp to J G Sosnicki & w pel n s Xorton Street Town of Brookhaven $10 , - 500. Trollex Inc to R L Clipperton __ xv lots 568 & 569 Shirlev Long Island Unit C Mastic $14 , 000. IAX-Liz Realty Corp to J M Palenque & \v pel n s Pine Street Xatures Gardens Town of Brook- haven $10 , 500. J J Xolan & xv to R J Wetzler & w lots 10478 to 10482 incl X T orth Shore Beach Town of Brookhaven $5 , 000. Frances B Swenson to R A Xash lots 27 & 29 sec 1 Patch- ogue Shores Town of Brookhaven $10, 000. C M Godfrey to Pauline Soman pel e s Tuthill Lane Remsenburg $23 , 500. C H Davison to D South & w lots 364A 364B & 364C sec 3 Fire Island Pines Town of Brookhaven $16 , 000. G Trost to A O Crocker lot 788 Woodedge Park Town of Brookhaven $7 , 600. E A Schleicher to M Goldberg & w & ors pel s s Baker Street Patchogue $10 , 500. MORTGAGES J Stark &w to Southold Sav Bk pel s s OIJ Post P. cl Mt. Sinai $11 , 000. T Cunningham &w to Dime Sav Bk pel s _, South B.eeze Dr Patchogue $11 , 000. R Connolly to W M Slocum pel s s East Broadway Port Jef- ferson $2 ,500. H Y Bogert to M D Gajda pel n s Thompson St Port Jefferson $4 , 000. E B Broomhall Sr & \v to Mid Island Lumber & Suppl y Co Inc pel e s X Prospect Ave Patch- ogue $3 , 000. P H Smith Jr &\v to Riverhead Sav Bk pel xv s Tutt ' e Ave East- port $10 ,000 . J Arehambault &\v to Tinker Xational Bk pel w s Mt. Sinai Coram Rd Brookhaven Town $3 0 , - 000. R F Dietz _. v. to Security National Bk pel : . s Main St Mt Sinai $10 , 000. A Citarella <__ \v to Bellport National Bk pel w s Atlantic Ave Blue Point $13 , 000. A G Proios & w to Union Sav Bk pel e s North Holbrook Rd Lake Ronkonkoma $14 , 000. J G Sosnicki & w to Republic Investors Corp pel n s Norto n St Patchogue $10,150. R Clipperton &w to Same pel e s Flower Hill Dr East Mastic $13 , 650. J M Palenque &w to Same pel s s Pine St Selden $10 , 200. M Lockmiller & w to Same pel e s Superior St Selden $12 , 100. A O Crocker to Guaranteed Title & Mtg Co pel e s Blue Point Rd Farmingville $7 , 300. L O Tribute &w to Queens County Sav Bk pel n s Wrana St Medford $12 , 500. T McCullough &w to Union Sav Bk pel n s Oakwood Ave Brookhaven Town $11 , 200. M Goldberg to Same pel s s Baker St Patchogue $7 , 000. W L McNulty &w to Same pel n s Third St Lake Ronkonkoma $9 , 650. C Albers Jr to Sag Harbor Sav Bk pel s s Granny Rd Med- ford $12 , 000. H P Nehren & w to Bell port National Bk pel s s Bayview St Bellport $8 , 000. H N Sterns to Kings Highway Sav Bk pel e s South Country Rd Brookhaven $5 , 000. E Lahti to Southold Sav Bk pel n s Manor Place Greenport $6 , 000. R N Hill to Sam e pel e s Bell Ave Blue Point $8 , 000. C E Porter &w to Riverhead Sav Bk pel s s Hi g h St Shore- ham $24 , 000. Same to Harriet M Belknap same parcel $3 , 500. J J Rump h Jr &xv to National Bk of Lake Ronkonkoma pel s s Oak St Lake Ronkonkoma $15 , 000. F Maggio & xv to North port F S L A pel xv s Rosemary Lane Centereach $8 ,500. A Chicale &w to Bay Shore F S L A pel e s Strafford St Mastic $14 , 000. II Hartma n Jr &vv to Same pel n s Mill Rd Yaphank $10 , - 000. SNEDEC0R Coal & Fuel Co., Inc. COAL KS?«|B S FUEL OIL NOW FEATURING 21-Hour Emergency Service PHONF< S URovrr 5-0 . PS X **VH ^ *-« 0 BAyport 8-09H6 118 West Avenue Patchogue g_rwv , *» * »^^.* wv , i #^ w >rti^^_.^^' M 'W^^^ *» ^^%r^^Wi^M^^w^«» * ^#i^#wwwwi#wwiw gi #w www w% <w*i g i ^^ I Skinne r Insurance Office I ¦ I \The Protection You Require — ] ? the Economy You Desire \ ! Vl'ITALlZE and ECONOMIZE J FRED G. SKINNER MILLIE L SKINNER j AGENTS j 19 NORTH OCEAN AVENUE , PATCHOGUE GRover 5-0668 j Fleet 2! of Jet 14 Class Assn Holds Meeting SAYVILLE — Fleet 21 of the Jet 14 Clas s Association held its second meeting of the season at the Sayville Yacht Club recently. Peter Treiber of Amityville , fleet captain , was selected to ap- pear as the delegate at the an- nual national convention to be held in New York at 2 p. m. Saturday in the ' Hudson Room of the Henry Hudson Hotel. Other fleet members who plan to attend the national convention are David Beebe , Patricia Perkins and Erich Tietze of Sayville , John and Karen Remmer of Oakdale , and Lynn and Mary Jane Smith of Bayport. David Beebe was nominated to run for election as secretary for Jet 14 , Dist.ict 4 , which encom- passes New England and New York State. There was some discussion of a program for certification of sales. Plans for a means and method of measuring and stamp- ing of each set of sails were dis- cussed and a definite program will be set up before sailing be- gins in the Spring. New members of Fleet 21 were introduced at this meeting. They were Michael Lascher of Bay Shore. Byron Borst of Oakdale and Tim Hopkins of Bayport. Prospective members who are con- templating purchasing Jet 14' s and joining the Fleet in time for sailing in 1961 were present also and were introduced to the mem- bership. They were Michael Jahn of Sayvile and George Duncan of Bayport. Douglas Westin , owner of Wes- tin ' s Boat Shop in Sayville , is an associate member of Fleet 21. He was present at the meeting and announced that he will donate a perpetual trophy to the fleet. It will be a plaque which the fleet voted was to be kept at the Say- ville Yacht Club. The holder of the fleet charter and the winners would be given individual keeper trophies. After the close of the business session , refreshments and dancing were enjoyed by the members. HOLBROOK NEWS ITEMS Mrs . Bryan St. Louis . ROnk. 9-5534 The Holbrook Extension Unit will sponsor a health program , \Vision—Your Priceless Posses- sion \ to be held Wednesday start- ing at 10 a.m. at the Civic Hall on Grundy Avenue. A representative from the Suffolk County Depart- ment of Health will be the guest speaker. Following lunch , a busi- ness meeting under the direction of the chairman , Mrs. Raymond Jarman , will be held. Mrs. Her- bert Klein is at present teaching the following ladies hooked rugs : Mesdames John Wild , Raymond Jarman, George Rehm , Diva Bel- lo , Jack Barbera , Anthony Bello , Fred Eitel , Lawrence Ferrara , Al- bert Booth and Lily Michel. Mrs. Barbera , who has recently com- pleted her training course in chil- dren ' s clothing, will teach this project sometime in April. Mrs. Lawrence Ferrara has finished a course in cotton dresses and Mrs, Fred Eitel has finished one in slip covers , both of which will be taught in the new Fall pro- gram. Mrs. John Wild will be the leader in blue ribbon pies to be taught in the unit very soon. Anyone interested in any of these projects is welcome to attend. The Patchogue Advance is on sale at: Maybar Superette , PhiPs Market , in Holbrook . —Adv. Michael Richard Centner , son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cent- ner , Jr., of Claas Road , was christened Sunday at the St. Jo- sep h' s R. C. Church in Lake Ronkonkoma by the Rev. Charles Nosser. Joseph and April Luca were godparents for the infant. Following the ceremony, a party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Miguel Giegel on Claas Road in honor of Michael and al- so for the second birthday of Jean Maresca and her mother , Mrs. John Marcesa s , birthday, The following guests attended : Mr. and Mrs. Velmore Luca and chil- dren , Miss April and Joseph , Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Centner , Sr., and daughte r , Miss Carole , Mrs. Jacob Leudemann , Mr. and Mrs. John Maresca and children , Lynne , Jack , Peter and Jean , Mr. and Mrs. Bert May and children , Geri and Bert , Mr. and Mrs. Mi guel Geigel and daughter , Miss Dolores , and r. and Mrs. Raymond Cent- ner , Jr. The Holbrook Republican Club , Inc., held a regular monthly meet- ing at the Community Hall on Patchogue Road January 18. At this time the following newly elected officers were installed by the town clerk , Frank Gross: Pre- sident , Thomas Piekart; vice pre- sident , Edward Bulin , Sr. ; secre- tary , Miss Evelyn Sagon; treasur- er , Fred Brandt and sergeant-at- arms , Cornelius Van Kersen. Fol- lowing the business meeting, re- freshments were served by Mrs. Raymond Jarman and her com- mittee. The next meeting of the club will be held February 15 , when the guest speaker will be William Shea. Mrs. Rose Coste and her son , Ferde Coste , Sr., of Lincoln Ave- nue are spending some time in relatives and friends of Mrs. Coste who was born in France. Mrs. Ferde Coste received a telephone call from her husband Sunday, from Marseilles. Angela Autera, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Autera of Hauser Avenue , celebrated her eighth birthday January 15 with the following guests : Mrs. Lucille Wilson and daughters , Deborah and Karen , Mrs. Louis Van Hove , Mr. and Mrs. Edward Becker of Brooklyn and Angelia ' s sister , Marylou. and her brother , Michael. All members of the congrega- tion of the St. John ' s Lutheran Church of Holbrook are asked to make a special effort to be pre- sent at a congregational meeting to be held at 8 o ' clock tonight. The Evening Ladies ' Aid will meet this afternoon at 1 p. in. at the Guild Hall with Mrs. An- drew McKay as hostess. The con- firmation class meets Friday at 4 p. m. at the church. Mrs. Albert Macciola celebrat- ed her birthday at her home on Dougherty Street , January 14 , with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kal- ousek of Selden , her brother-in- law and sister. Mrs. John Hansen of Lexington Avenue is visiting her son-in-law and daughter , Mr. and Mrs. Gil Dieckman of Middle Village , for a few days this week , and cele- brated her birthday with the Dieckmans Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ebmeyer , Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kouril and Miss Norita Ebmeyer attend- ed the wedding of Mr. Ebmeyer ' s cousin , Norman Franz , Jr., in Albany Saturday. Miss Fern Coste , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ferde Coste of Lin- coln Avenue , who is a student at the American University in Washington , D. C , is spending the mid-term vacation at her home and will return to her studies February 5. QMcti Jef al, There are excellent reason s wh y the 1961 Cadillac so words which convey some small measure of the manner comp letel y dominates the hig hways of America. The in which it takes command of the road and wins the finest Cadillac in a long and distinguished history, it is unstinting acclaim of those who drive or ride in it. Your a motor car which reflects an authority unchallenged by Cadillac dealer cordiall y invites you to enjoy a mera- any rival . Statel y ... majesti c ... masterful . .. these are orabl e demonstration drive at your earliest convenience. VISIT YO UR LOCAL AUTHORIZED X ^ao/t^aty DEALER BARRIE BROTHERS , Inc. 318 EAST MAIN STREET , PATCHOGUE GRover 5-0979 , i * ¦ ¦ ¦ < ¦ ¦ ' • - ' • • ¦ ' : • * • ¦ ¦ ¦ - ~ ' • - - ¦¦ ¦¦ ''' * • —¦—_-—_. — - ... Suffolk Headquarters Of Salvation Army Moves to Patchogue The Salvation Army ' s Suffolk County headquarters has been moved to 2 Terry Street , Patch - ogue , it was announced this week by Robert J. Peters of Oakdale , Suffolk County Service Extension director. The headquarters was formerly in Riverhead. All of the Army ' s service functions will be carried out from Patchogue. The new telephone number is ATlantic 9-1180. Mrs. Mildred Ralph of Port Jef- ferson Station , assistant welfare secretary ; Mrs. Florence Rector of Wading River , and Mrs. Etta Ostermann of Blue Point are on Mr. Peters ' staff. The headquarters move was prompted by consideration of the shifting population-c enter of growing Suffolk County. \The new office should make Salvation Army service even more readil y availabl- to suppl y the needs of Suffolk County residents , \ Mr. Peters said. Baby No. 50 , 000 Born At Southside Hospita l BAY SHORE — Nearl y 38 y-ars and 49 , 999 babies ago , South- side Hospital here in Bay Shore handled its first maternity case. On January 16 , 1961 the maternity department in particular an Southside staff in general , geared itself to welcome Southside B V No. 50 , 000. S> The new arrival to Long Is- land' s own brand of \ population explosion \ proved to be a lusty 7- pound , 3-ounce boy born to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald and June Gan- non , both aged 28 , of 11 Argy le Drive , East Islip, at 2:43 p. m. January 16. He was ushered into the world without complication by Dr Louis Garben of Islip who until two yenr.3 ago was chief of the obste- trics department and is now emeri tus chief of obstetrics at South- side Hospital. The baby later pars- ed to the care of Dr. Norman Still- man , pediatrician. Shortly after 5 p. in. •' recoveiy \ Mrs. Gannon w s t ¦! the glad news that her infant . -on had been \bcrn ' o great 'ss \ in the fo rm of g if ts galore and pride p e ;ty. Tne former came _ io ; : ; well wishing local merchants wlvlc the latter came from the en ir ¦ staff of Southside Hospital , all of whom had been eagerl y awiiting her baby ' s a rrival. Mrs. Gannon said . \I fed like Queen for a Day. Not only is our new babv very special to us. we are so pleased that he is also special to Southside. All our other children have been born here. \ Mr. Gannon , who is a sales clerk at Korvettes , West TsUp, was equal - ¦y hap^>y. He said. \We h^ve three little girls at home , aged 6 , 5 and 2 so you can imagine how pleased I am to have a son. I want to thank mv wif^ for eivinrr him to us and the hospital for his won- ^p r fi'l r^p-otion . \ As a fitting climax , H. F. Rudi- ger , director of Southside , an- nounced that the board of trustees had author ' zed the hospital to p ick up the tab for the latest Gannon arrival and that \this one was on the house. \ Then , at 11 a. m. January 21 , Ronald Joseph , Jr., for he had been so named in the interim , co- starred in another ceremony of celebration. On his way home he stopped off at the hospital lounge to be formally introduced and photographed with Southside Baby No. 1. This proved to be Mrs . Marj orie Hopper of 65 Irene Street , Lindenhurst , who had been born at Southside July 27 , 1923 and is now happily married with three children of her own . Then Southside Mother No. 1 in the person of Mrs. Elizabeth Stack of 186 South Fourth Street , Lin- denhurst , had her picture taken with Mrs. Gannon , mother of Southside Baby No. 50 , 000 , after which , out of consideration of the guest-of-honor ' s feeding schedule , the party was over. Thus an important milestone in the history and birthrate of South- side Hospital had been commem- orated. Southside ' s 50 , 000th baby had arirved to take his proper place as a brand new American and a member of the community . Temple Beth El Slates Dr. Jung To Lecture Sun The second lecture of a group of five programs comprising the Temple Beth El Fo ru m series will be delivered at 8 p. m. Sunday. Dr. Leo Jung, rabbi , scholar and prominent Jewish leader , will speak on \Judaism as Life , Thought , Creed . \ Rabbi Jung combines the tradi- tion and education of the great schools of learning, the Yeshovoth of Hungary and German y with the secular training of the Universi- ties of Vienna , Berlin , London ( PhD ) and Cambridge (MA). He has been director of Yeshiva Uni- versity since 1938 , curator of Beth Jacob' s Teachers ' Training College since 1927 and since 1930 , profes- sor of ethics at Yeshiva Univer- sity. Dr. Jung is a member of the Council of the Jewish Agency for Palestine , chairman of the Cul- tural Committee of the Joint Dis- tribution Committee since 1940 , on the executive boards of the Jewish Welfare Board and of the American Fund for Palestinian Institutions. Since 1922 he has been the rabbi of the Jewish Cen- ter in New York. Dr. Jung is the editor of \The Jewish Library, \ five series of which hav e already been published fud have been widely acclaimed. He is the author of many books and pamphlets , among them , \Foundations of Judaism , \ \Living Judaism , \ \Crumbs and Charac- ter, \ \Mistranslations as Source of Folklore , \ \Jewish Foundations of the New World Order , \ \Modern Trends in American Judaism. \ \Things Without Measure , \ \Fal- len Antrel s in Jewish , Christian and Mohammedan Literature. \ He has delivered lectures from the platform s of many colleges , including Harvard , Columbia , Il- linois and Iowa , and city clubs and pulpits throughout the coun- try. Tickets for the forum series are available at Temple Beth El. Re- freshments will be served after each lecture. You save plenty by subscribing for The Advance , the Postmaster does the rest. Onl y $5 for 12 months , we pay the postage . Your order addressed to: Circulation Dept., P. O. Drawer 780 , Patch- ogue , N. Y., will start your paper with the next edition. —Adv. ________^_________________________________________________^_E__________ TOO MANY COOKS % n oi r«r;r» s but this is not the case at William Floyd School whore boys are making preparations for annual Pancake Festival to be held from 5 to S p. m. on February 2. Mothers of twelfth grade are sponsoring affair with Mrs. Robert Peck heading committee assisted by Mrs. Marsh a Rosenblum and Mrs. Rose Orlino . Shown left to right are front row : Walter Schadler , Frank Mi gnone. Tom Festa , Donald Johnson and Wendel Distl. GET THEM WHILE th _S. l _?_ 1 SS hot pancakes to school officials in test run made this week for annual Pancake Festival held by William Floyd School. Shown left to right are : Stanley Jekos , James A. Coles , assistant to the supervising principal , Alfred Picarelli , Walter Schadler and Miss Sue Daye , homemaking supervisor in Home Economics Department. William Floyd School Sets Panca ke Festiva l on Feb. 2 Your Sizm^) Printing JSjip Needs ^9F Patchogue » ^ Advance Jf 20 Medford Ave. i TOE P ATCHOGU E \ BCOCSHOP \ ; j BUYS and SELLS BOOKS — USED and OUT-OF-PRINT ! UNITE D STATE S STAMPS, COINS and ACCESSORIES \ Open Mon., Wed., Thurs. and Fri. —4 P.M. to 9 P.M. j Saturdays—1:30 to 9 P.M. Closed Tuesdays [ j 166 West Main Street GRover 5-3520 [

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