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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is bereb\ g iven , pur- suant to Town Law . Section 264 , that the Town Board of the Town of Rr .iokhaven. Suffolk County. Xew York , will meet at the Town Hall. Patt bogue . N bw York , on February IL li'n 'I and will hold a pul.lic healing at 7:30 P. M. Pre- vailim : ; time on the subject of the following proposed change in the boundaries of use district as in- dicated on the Huildi ng /one Map o! Hie Town of Rrookha\ en, which ehanu e will affect the use of the lands herein described pursuant to the pio\ isions «>f the Building '/one < ird i miiico i<f said Town: Petiti ons will be beard in the r.uuu i lea! order in which they are advei ' ised. ITEM 3 GEORGE C. HAECELE. .JR. . -C\ RESIDENCE TO \ .1-2\ BUSINESS \ — ALL that certain piece or parcel *d \ land situate , lying and being at Med ford , Town of Brookhaven. Suffolk County. New York , being a portion of Lot No. lo as shown on Map No. 27 )f Property of O . L. Sehweneke ..and and Investment Company filed in the Suffolk County Clerk' s office on the 27th day of Novem- ber. 1 899 as Mati No. 583 . l y ing east of the Patehogue-Port .Jef- ferson State Highway and more p arti cu larly bounded and describ- ed as follows* . COMMENCING at a concivie monument placed for a bound in the easterl y line of Patchogue Port .Jefferson State Hi ghway distant 314. 37 ^ feet southerly from the intersection of the easterly line of Patchogue- Pot-t .lefferson State Highway and the southerly line of Groenport Avenue: and from said point of bee , inning running th' jnce South S! de g rees . ''7 minutes 10 seconds East . 'YN i . bn feet to a concrete monument ; running thence South \ > degrees 22 minutes 50 seconds West 84.70 feet to a concrete monument ; running thence North S-4 degrees .27 minutes 10 seconds West 33.Y31 feet to a concrete monument ; and running thence North 24 degrees 04 minutes 10 seconds East by and with the easterly line of Patchogue-Port Jefferson State Hi ghway 89.4 1 feet to the concrete monument at the point or p lace of beg inning. Said nremises are not within five hundred (500) fee t of the bound- ary of any incorporated village oi \ adjacent town line, and is lo- cated in School District ~ 24. Dated: Jan. 12. 1961 at Patchogue. New York Arthur MeComb Town Clerk Town of Brookhaven SEWAGE PUMPING STATION BUILDING NO. 9. STATE UNI- VERSITY OF NEW YORK. LONG ISLAND CENTE R , STONY BROOK , SUFFOLK COUNTY , NEW YORK NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed proposals for Sew r age Pumping Station . Building No, 9 , State University of New York , Long Island Cente r at Stony Brook. N. Y., in accordance with Specification No. 16504GE and ac- companying drawings will be re- ceived by Henry A. Cohen . Direc- tor. Bureau of Contracts, Depart- ment of Public Work s . 12th Floor. The Governor Alfred E. Smith State Office Bldg.. Albanv , N. Y., on behalf of the S+ate University of New York until 2:00 P. M. Eastern Standard Time , on Wed- nesday. Februarv 15 , 1961 , when they will be publicly opened and read. Each proposal must be made .upon the form and submitted in the envelope provided therefor and shall be accompanied b y a certi- fied check made payable to the State of New York , Commissioner of Taxation & Finance , in the amount stipulated in the Itemized Proposal , as a guarant y that the bidder will enter into the contract if it be awarded to him. The speci- fication numbe r must be written on the front of the envelope. The blank spaces in the proposal must he filled in ami no change shall be made in the p hraseology of the proposa l . Proposals that carry any omissions , erasures , alterations or additions may be rejected as in- formal. The State reserves the right to rej ect anv or all bids. Suc- cessful bidders will be require d to give a bond conditioned for the faithful performance of the con- tract and a separate bond for the payment of laborers and material- men , each bond in the sum of 100' e of the amount of the contract. Drawings and specifications may be examined free of charge at the following offices : State Architect . 270 Broadway. New York , N. Y. State Architect , 4th Floor , 488 Broadwa y. Albany 7 . N. Y. District Supe rvisor of Building Construction . State Office Bld g.. 333 East Washing ton St.. Syra - cuse. N. Y. District Supervisor of Building Construction , Genesee Valley Re- gional Market . 900 .l e fferson Road , Roc hester 23. N. Y. District Engineer , 65 Court St., Buffalo . N. Y. Drawings and specifications , ex- cepting the State Architect' s Standard Specific ations, may be obtained by calling at the Bureau of Contracts ( Branch Office), Dept. of Public Work s . 4th Floor , Ar- cade Bldg.. 486-488 Broadway. Al- bany 7 . N. V., or at the State Architect' s Office. 18th Floor , 270 Broadway, New York . N. Y.. and by making a deposit of $15.00 for each set , or by mailing such de- posit to the Albany address. Checks shall be made payable to the State Department of Public Works. Proposal blanks and enve- lopes will be furnished without charge. The State Architect' s Standard Specifications of January 2 , 1960 , are required for this project and may be purchased from the Bureau of Finance, Department of Public Works , 14th Floor , The Governor Alfred E. Smith State Office Bldg., Albany , N. V.. for the sum of •So.00. lit jp DATED: January 19, 1961. COUNTY COURT : STATE oP NEW YORK COUNTY OF SUFFOLK MORRIS L. K O S S : and CHARLES IIY- . -SUFFOLK MAN , : COUNTY : CLERK'S Plaintiffs , : INDEX : NO. -against- : 68750/ 1 96,(1 MICHAEL SAX- ' : NOTICE ZAND , JOSEPHINE : OF S A N ZAND , AN- : SALE THONY SAN/A NO , : HELEN KRELL . and : RITE FURL CORP.. : Defendants. : x In pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure and sale, duly made and entered in th e above entitled action ami bearing date the 2. r >th day of November. 1 960 , I , the undersigned , the re feree in said ju dgment named , will sell at public auction at the steps of the Count y Courthouse in Riverhead , Suffolk County, New York , on the 27th day of January. 1961 , at 12 o ' clock j ioon on that day, the premises directed by said judgment to be sold and therein described as follows: SCHEDULE A. ALL those certain pieces or par- eels of land situate , ly ing and be- ing in the Village oi' Patchogue , Town of Brookhaven , County of Suffolk and State of New York , hounded and described as follows : PA RCEL I: COMMENCING at the northeasterl y corner thereof and a point on the southerly side of Ter- ry Street at tlie northwesterly corner of land of Michael Sanzano and Josephine Sanzano , his wife , formerly of the Estate of Charles Price , deceased ; thence southerl y by and with said land of Michael Sanzano and Josephine Sanzano, his wife , the distance of about Two Hundred and Five ( 205 ) feet to land formerly of Louise Webber: thence running westerly by and with said land the distance of about Fifty Four (54 ) feet to land now or formerly of James C. C. Hur- tin; thence running northerl y by and with said land the distance of about two Hund' .ed and Seven ( 207 ) feet to the southerl y side of Terry Street aforesaid; thence running easterly by and with the south side of Terry Stree t the dis- tance of about Sixty (60 ) feet to the point or place of beginning. TOGETHER with all the right , title and interest of the parties of the first part in and to Terry Street in front of and adjacent to the premises above described to the center line thereof. PARCEL II: COMMENCING at the northeast corner th e reof on the south side of Terry Street ad- joining land of Joseph C. Mickel ; running thence south by and with land of said Joseph C. Mickel to land of Marilla E. Gilbert ; thence running westerly by and with land of said Marilla E. Gilbert about Twenty-four (24 ) feet to other land of Michael Sanzano and Jose- phine Sanzano , his wife ( formerl y of Fremont M. Hammond) : thence running north by and with said other land of said Michael San- z;*no and Josenhine Sanzano. his wife , to the south side of Terry Street: and thence running east- erly bv and with the south side .o- f Terry Street about Th i rty-one (31) feet to the point or p lace of be- ginning TOGETHER with all the ri gh t- title and interest of the parties of the first part in and to Terry Street in front of and adjacent to the premises above described to the center thereof. Dated : Patchoeue , N. Y., December 12 , 1960. ROCKWELL D. COLANERI Rockwell D. Colaneri , Referee . DAVT DOW AND D * • < VIDOW Attorneys for Plaintiffs 24 West Main Street Patchogue , N. Y. The sale of the above described property is hereby nostponed until the 24th day of ' February, 1961 , at the same time and place. Dated : Patchogue , N. Y., January 25. 1961. ROCKWELL D. COLANERI Rockwell D. Colaneri , Referee . NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a public hearing will be held in the Village Office of the Village of Bellport , South Country Road , 8 o ' clock p. m., February 13 , . 1961 , on the question of whether or not the following resolution shall be adopted : BE IT RESOLVED that Section 3 of Ordinance 1.5 be amended by deleting Subsection (b) therefrom and substitu tin g in lieu thereof the following : \(b). A fter such removal the police officer may store the veh- icle in a suitable p lace at the expense of the owner. Such own- er or person in charge of the vehicle may redeem the same upon payment to the Village Clerk of the amount of all expenses actually and necessaril y incur- red in effecting such removal and storage . \ Martha R. Houston Village Clerk Bell port , N. Y. January 27, 1961 SANITARY WORK , PILGRIM STATE HOSPITAL , BRENT - WOOD , SUFFOLK CO M L. I., N. Y. NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed proposals covering Sani- tary Work for Reconditioning of Water Piping, Buildings Nos. 155 (Edgewood Division), 81 , 82 and 83 , Pilgri m State Hosp ital , Brent- wood , L. I.. N. Y., in accordance with Specification No. 16398-S and accompanying drawings , will be re- ceived by Henry A. Cohen , Direc- tor , Bureau of Contracts , Depart- ment of Public Works , 12th Floor. The G overnor Alfred E. Smith State Office Building, Albany, N. Y., on behalf of the Department of Mental Hygiene , until 2:00 o ' clock P. M., Eastern Standard Time , on Wednesday, March 1 , 1961 , when they will be publicly opened and read. Each proposal must be made up- on the form and submitted in the envelope provided therefo r and shall be accompanied by a certi- fied check made payable to the State of New York , Commissioner of Taxation and Finance , in the amount stipulate d in the proposal as a gu a ranty that the bidder will ente r into the contract if it be awarded to him. The specification number must be written on the front of the envelope. The blank spaces in the proposa l must be fill- ed in , and no change shall be made in the phraseology of the propo- sal. Proposals that carry any omis- sions , erasures , alterations or ad- ditions may be rej ected as informal. The State reserves the right to re- iect any or all bids. Successful bidder win be reouire d to give- a bond conditioned for the faithful nerformance of the contract and a senarate bond for the oayment of laborers and materialmen, each bond in the sum of 1009c of the amount of the contract. Drawings and specification may be examined free of charge at the following offices: State Architect, 270 Broadway, New York ' Citv : State Architect , 4th Floor , Arcade Bldg., 486-488 Bro adway, Albanv 7. N. Y.; District Supervisor of Bldg. Constr.. St*te Office B\ild- ing, 333 E. Washingto n St., Syra - cuse , N. Y.; District SuDervisor of Bldg. Constr., Genesee ValleV Re- gional M arket , 900 Jeffe rson Road , Rochester 23 , N. Y.: District En- gineer , 65 Court St.. Buffalo , N. Y.: Pile-rim State Hospital , Brentwood L. L , N. Y. Drawings and s-npeifications mav be obtained by calling\ at the Bu- veau of Contracts . (Branch Office \. 4th Floor , A rcade B1d«r.. 486-488 Broadway, Albanv 7 . N. Y., or at the State Architect' s Office , 18th F^oor , 270 Broadwiy. New York Citv , and by making deposit for each set of $15.00 or bv mailine such denosit to the> Albany ad- d^pss. Checks should be made oay- pble to the. S^te Denartm*»nt of Public Works . Proposal blanks and envelopes will he furnished with- out charge. The Sta te A rchitect' s Standard Specifications of Jan . 2, 1960 will be required for this nroiect and mav be pu rchased from *be Bu *eau of Finance D^oartment of Public Works , 14th Floor. The Governor Alfre d E. Smith State Office Buildinar . Albanv , NY'Y.. for the sum of $5. 00 each. DATED : 1/23/61. GRC/N. NOTICE OF MEET I NG TO HEAR COMPLAINTS Take notice : The Assessors of the Village of Bellport have preoared the assessment roll for the current vear ; that a copy thereof has been deposited with the Village Clerk , in her office , in such Village where it may be seen and examined , by any person at all times during business hours until the 21st dav of Februarv , next, and that on such dav, at the Village Office , 144 S' outh Country Road , Bellport, New Vork between the hours of five and nine p. m. the said assessors will meet for the purpose of comnlet- ing such assessment roll and of hearing and determining com- plaints in relati on thereto , on ap- nlication of any person conceiving himself aggrieved thereby. Martha R. Houston Village Clerk Bellport , N. Y. • Tanuarv 27, 1961 NOTICE OF SALE Supreme Court: Suff olk \ C ounty. The Greater New York Savings Bank. Plaintiff , against , Santa Na- tnle Ferraro , also known as Santo Natale Ferra ro, et al.. Defendants . Case No. 68202-1960 . In pursuance of a judgmen t of fo reclosure and sale , date d January 23rd , 1961 , I, the undersigned , the Referee in said judgment' named , will sell at public auction, at the Front Steps of , the Brookhaven Town Hall , South Ocean Avenue , . Patchocru e j Town of Brookhaven , Suffolk Coun- ty , New York , on the 17th day of March , 1961 at 12:00 o ' clock noon , the premises described in and di- recte d by said judgment to be sold , situate at Shirlev Town . of Brook- haven , County of Suffolk and State of New York , known and designat- ed as Lot No. 381 , on a certain map entitled , \Map of Shirlev, Long Island , Unit 1 L , \ and filed in the Suffolk County Clerk' s Office on July 6 , 1953 as Map No. 2090 , situ ate at the co ' xner formed bv the inte rsection of the southerl y side of Musket Drive and the east- erl y side of Maple Lane , the dimen - sions of which are more particu- larly shown on the afores ai d map , with the buildings and improve- ments thereon erected. Sai d prem- ises will be sold - subject- - to sur- vey facts , covenants , restrictions and reservations of record and easement of record , stated in said lodgment and to be stated in term s •^¦P- sale. Df>t<*d February *>. . 1 9*n . Solomon Raff e. Esa.. Referee . DANTEL .T . ZTTT/LY . ESO., Attor- ney for Plaintiff, 451 Fifth Ave- nue , Brooklyn 15 , New York. NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT : SUFFQLK COUNTY r THE FRANKLIN NATIONAL BANK OF LONG ISLAND , Plain- tiff , against WILLIAM\ LYONS , et al., Defendants. v ' - In pursuance of a jud gment of foreclosure and sale ' made and en- tered , in the above en£j$e<\l action , dated the 23rd day of January, 1961 , I , the undersigned , the Re- fere e in said j udgment named' , will sell at public auction to the hig hest bidder on the front steps of the Town Hall , South Ocean A venue , Patchogue , Suffolk Count y, New York , on the 17th day of March. 1961 , at 11:00 o ' clock in the fore- noon, the premises directed by said judgment to be sold situate- in the Town of Brookhaven , Suffolk County, New York , being lot 37 on \Map of Eag le Estates Section 1\ and filed in the Suffolk Count y Clerk' s Office as Map # 284 6 , which premises are located on the easterly side of Eagle Avenue , dis- tant 140 feet northerly from the extreme northerly end of the arc of the curve connecting said side of Eagle Avenue with the north- erly side of Middle Island A venue , being 80 feet in width , front and rear , by 105 feet in depth on either side, and more- particularly de- scribed in said iudgment. Dated: January 26, 1961. SIDNEY BROOKS. ESQ., Referee. SULLI- VAN , SCHOLLY & THORP , At- torneys for Plaintiff , No. 41 Front Street , Rockville Centre , N. Y. NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT : SUFFOLK COUNTY THE FRANKLIN NATIONAL BANK OF LONG ISLAND , Plain- tiff , against GEORGE M. RUSE , et al.. Defendants. In pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure and sale made and en- tered in the above entitled action , dated the 23rd day of January, 1961 , I , the undersigned , the Re- feree in said judgment named , will sell at public auction to- the hig h- est bidder o\\ the front steps of the Town Hall , South Ocea n Avenue , Patchogue , Suffolk County, New York , on the 17th day of March , 1961 , at 11:00 o ' clock in the fo re- noon ^ the premises directed by said judgment to be sold situate in the Town of Brookhaven , Suffolk Coun- ty. New York , being lot 24 on \Map of Eag le Estates Section 1\ and filed in the Suffolk County Clerk' s Office as Map # 2846 , which premises are located on the westerly side of Eagle Avenu e , distant 300 feet northerly from the extreme northerly end of the arc of the curve connecting said side of Eagle Avenue with the northerly side of Middle Ilsland Avenue , being 80 feet in width , front and rear , by 105 feet in depth on either side , and more particularly described in said iudgment . Dated : January 26 , 1961 . JEROME WOLFF , ESQ., Referee . SULLIVA N , SCHOLLY & THORP , Attorneys for Plaintiff , No. 41 Front Stree t , Rockville Centre , N. Y. NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed bids will be received and publicl y opened by the Director of Purchase Suffolk County, at Suf- fo lk County Center , Riverhead , New York for the following items on the following dates : Thursday, Feb. 9 , 11:00 A. M. — Ammunition and Supplies Thursday, Feb. 9 , 11:00 A. M. — Class Award Multiform Carbon Continuous Forms Friday, Feb. 10 , 11:00 A. M. — Photocopy Equipment Supplies and Service—Annual Contract Friday, Feb. 10 , 11:00 A. M. — High Pressure Spray Hose Friday, Feb. 10 , 11:00 A. M. — 1 Dyna-Fog '300' Insecticide Ap- plicator Tuesday, Feb. 14 , 11:00 A. M. -— Fertilizers for County Farm Tuesday, Feb. 14 , 11:00 A. M — Three 1961 2-Door Sedans Tuesday, Feb. 14 , 11:00 A. M. — One 1961 2-Door Sedan Wednesday, Feb. 15 , 11:00 A. M. —One 1961 2-Door Station Wagon Wednesday, Feb. 15 , 11:00 A. M. —Tires Thursday, Feb. 16 , 11:00 A. M. —Two 1961 4-Door Sedans V-8 Definitive specifications for the above items may be obtained at the office of the Department of Purchase. Stewart P. Mitmah Director of Purchase Suffolk County Department of Public Works Letting No. 4-61.2.9 NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed bids will be received by the undersigned at his office on Yaphank Avenue , Yaphank , New York until 11:00 A. M., prevaiing time , February 9 , 1961 , at which time they will be publicly opened and read for the purchase of the following from the lowes t respons- ible bidder : FOUR (4) ROWBOATS The above items must conform to the specifications of the Suffolk County Department of Public Work s which , together with the Itemized Bidding List„ are obtain- able from the undersigned. H. F. Bishop Commissioner of Public Works Yaphank Avenue Yaphank Suffolk County, New York L.I. Area Florists Form Re fail Tra de Association Robert Mayer of Mayer ' s Flower Cottages , Patchogue , and a director of the New York Florists ' Club , was instrumental in calling about 75 local, growers and retailers to form a Long Island Retail Florist Trade Association at the Mac-Arthur Motel recently. Those present were quite enthusiastic about, forming such an organization with the aim being to *> foster a friendl y feeling among trade members engaged in the re- tail selling of flowers. Ed McCarthy, a Brooklyn florist , spoke on the need for a good re- tail organization on Long Island. Mr. McCarthy has had a great deal of organizational experience , as he has been president of the New York Florists ' Delivery Associa- tion , the New York Metropolita n Retailers ' Association in New York City and the New York Florists ' Club. The -present president oT the New York Metropolitan Retail- ers ' Association , Charles Adams , described how his association works. He presented Mr. Mayer with a gavel appropriatel y decor- ated with carnations and heather , after Mr. Mayer was elected pro- tem chairman for the group. Chris Ressmeyer , of the L. I. Agricultural & Technical Insti- tute , a division of the State Uni- versity , described how florists ' or- ganizations and allieds work in other parts of the U. S' . The president of the L. I. Flow T er Growers ' Association , Richard Mayer of Patchogue, described how the growers got together and formed the growers ' o rganization two years ago. He said he is en- thusiastic about trade organiza- tions , but cautioned that retailers should go slowly in the formation of such an organization. In addition to elec ting Bob Mayer chairman , Daniel Neger was elected co-chairman pro-tem Mrs . Charlotte Ripp le of Cen ter- each was elected temporary sec re- tary-treasurer. Norman Goldstein of the Bail- stone Florist Shoppe , East M o-r - iches ; T. Mohlenholf , Mohlenhofl'Y Greenhouses , Huntington Station ; George Orsj el , Wick' s Florist Shop, Riverhead ; William Prosehel , Jr ., Westbury ; Alfred Palmieri of the Macintosh Garden House, Islip, and Victor Sciurrino of Victor ' s Florist & Gift Shop, Port Jeffer- son Station , were appointed tem- porary directors. These directors are meeting to work up the aims of the organ- ization. One bi g discussion was on promoting the use of cut-flowers in everyday living. In addition , they hope to have demonstration s , to advertise collectivel y and to de- velop means of getting together with growers. Such aims were dis- cussed and probably will be work - ed up by these directors. Miss Anne Mead , a lawyer from Bay Shore , ' volunteered to hel p the directors draw up by-laws, includ- ing the aims. She will also follow the formation of this organiza- tion . The next meeting was scheduled for 8 p. m. February 28 at the MacArthur Motel , located on the Veterans Memorial Hi ghway at Ronkonkoma. Any retail florist or retail grower in Nassau or Suffolk counties is invited to attend this meeting. Boy Scout Troop 262 Gets Peconic Bay District Charter MA STIC—Mastic Boy Scout Troop 262 was presented its charter by Michael McGarvey, chief commissioner of the Peconic Bay Dis- trict , at a meeting of the troop held .recently at the American Legion Hall in Center Moriches. Harold Hulse. scoutmaster and organizer of the troop, welcomed the many parents and guests attend- ing the candlelight ceremony. Mr. Hulse introduced Mr. \ Mc- Garvey who presented the chartei to Leon Lefebvre , institutional rep- resentative of the American Le- gion Post , sponsors of the troop. Other guests attending were : Joseph Provost , commander of the- Legion and scout board member; Edward Peterson and Gerald Hall , George Villafanez , chairman of members of the scout board and Shirley Cub Pack 220. Refreshments were served to the 40 parents and guests and the 20 scouts attending. Meetings of the troop are held at 7 p. m. every Thursday at the Recreation Center on Olasson Ave- nue , Mastic. All hoys 11 to 14 years of age are welcome to at- tend. Govt. Awards Post Office CM Contract CENTER MORICHES — Th contract for the building of a post office on Railroad Avence here in Center Moriches , just north of the Ep iscopal Churc h , has been award- ed to the Glenex Construction Co., Valley Stream Boulevard , Valley Stream. According to Congressman Otis G. Pike , who released the informa- tion last week , the Glenex bid was acepted January 23 by the gov- ernment for a 3 , 000-square-foot building to be constructed on property 106 feet by 175 feet which is being purchased from Grace G. Daniels , Railroad Ave- nue, Cente r Moriches. The government has signed a 1.0 - year lease for the building and has two five-year renewal options in favor of the government. Construction will -begin , accord- ing to Mr. Pike , as soon as the weather permits. Robertaccio Funeral Home R. J. ROBERTACCIO Lie. Manager A Service That Satisfie s . . . 85 MEDFORD AVENUE PATCHOGUE GRover 5-0135 . — . NGtiOF. TO CONTRACTORS: STATE DEPA RTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS , ALBANV , N. Y., —Pursuant to the provisions of the Highway Law and special provisions for projects financed with Federa l Aid Funds , sealed proposals will be received until ten- thirty o ' clock A.M., eastern standard time on the 23rd day of February 1961 , by Henry A. Cohen , Director , Bureau of Contracts , 12th Floor . The Governor All red E. Smith State * Office Building, ' Albanv . N. Y., far the following projects: SUFFOLK COUNTY—Austin M. Sarr , District Engineer , Montauk llwy. At Little East. N<-ck Rd., Babylon , L. L , New York CON- TYPE MA ME DE- BID DEPT TRACT OF POSIT DEPOSIT EST. NO. HIGHWAY FOR &. MILES PLANS NSP. 61-1 Roadside Northern $5 .00 $15 , 000. $280 , 000 SAGSP. 61-1 Development State SMSP. (il-l Drainage : Parkway : Misc. Work Sagtikos State Parkway : Sunken Meadow State Pa rkway 27.26 Miles SSP. 61-1 Landscaping Southern $5.00 $7, 000. $131, 000. State Pa.rkwav 5.82 Miles T.S. 61-8 Traffic Sunrise $5.00 $1,700. $30, 000. Signs Highway (Rte. 27) and Extension Delineators FASH. 59-13 CS.H. 1883 to Springdale Road ) 3.98 Miles 5.39 Ace. Miles RC. 61-12 Asphalt Sag Harbor- $5.00 $42,000. $776, 000. Concrete East- (Rte. 114) hampton , S.H. 846 5,29 Miles RC. 61-16 9\ Cem. Smthtown- $5.00 $70 ,000. $1,295 , 000. FASS. 61-1 Cone. Pavt. Port -; Misc. Work lefferson Cem. Cone. S.H. 5232A ; (Rte. 25A) Pavt. with Elimination i . \ Carb. Black : of Grades of Asph. Cone.: The Long Inch RRGS Island R.R. \ Thru Plate and Nicolls Girder Road 2 Sps. 127.5' (C.R. 97) Total 1.67 Miles FIIB. 61-1 Bridge Fire Island $5.00 $150 , 000. $2 ,760, 000. Sub- Inlet Bridge structure ( Captre e Comprising State Park 2 Abutments to Fire and Island State 26 Piers Park ) Con- 4.232.7' tract No. 1, Total Substructure 0.87 Mile Any projects in this letting that are on the Federal Aid highway systems are subject to the provisions of the \Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956\ , being Public Law 627 , 84th Congress , approved June 29 , 1956 , and are also subjec t to the applicable New York State statutes . In compliance wth the provisions of Section 115 (Prevailing Rate of Wage), Public Law 627 , the minimum wages to be paid laborers and mechanics are included in wage schedules that are set out in the bid proposal. Maps , plans , specifications and proposal forms may be seen and obtained at the office of the State Department of Public Works , Bureau of Contracts, Albany, N. Y., and at the o ffi-c e of the District Engineers noted above , and may also be seen at the office of the State Department of Public Work s , 270 Broadway, New York City. If the deposit is $10.00 or more , full refund for one copy of the plans and specifications will be made to a bidder for the particular nroject. if such plans and specifications are returned in good condi- tion within 30 days after the awar d of the contrac t or a fte r the rej ection of the proposal. The successful bidder is not required to return the copy of the plans and specifications in .order to be entitled to such refund. If the deposit is $10.00 or more , partial refund will be made for the return of all other copies of plans and specifications in good condition within 30 days after the award of the contract or the rejection of the proposal . Special attention of bidders is called to \Information for Bidders \ in the Public Woi*k s Specifications, and to the special provisions applying to projects financed with federa l funds. Award of a con- tact is subject to priorities and allocations under the Defense Production Act of 1950 , as Amended , and all regulations issued thereunder. Proposal for each contract must be submitted in a separate sealed envelope with the name and number of the contract plainly endorsed on the outside of the envelope. Each proposal must be accompanied by draft or certified check payable to the order of the \State of New Yoi-k , Commissioner of Taxation and Finance \ far the sum as specified in the advertisement and the proposal. The retention and disposal of the bidding* -check, the execution of the contract and bond shall confo rm to the provisions of the Highway Laws , as •set forth in \Information for Bidders \ . The right is reserved to reject anv o>* all bids. J. BURCH McMORRA N SUPT . OF PUBLIC WORKS STATE OF XEW YORK SUPREME COURT : SUFFOLK COUNTY . x RAY S H O R E FED- : ERAL SAVINGS AND : LOAN ASSOCIATION. : a savings and loan as- : social ion organized and : existing under the laws : of tiie United States of : America. : NOTICE OF Pl- . u ' ntirf. : SALE n •\ *¦ a i n s t • JAMES PURKHISER. : FILOMENA P U R K - : RISER , his wife . : Defendants. : x IN * PURSUANCE of a judgment of foreclosure and sale duly grant- ed in the above entitled action and entered in the Suffolk Count y Cierk' s office- on the 18th day of January . 1961. I . GEORG E C. FURMAN. the undersigned Refe ree in said j udgment named will sell at public auction in front of the Brookhaven Town Hall . Patch- oerue. New York, on the 1 7th day of March . 1961 at 10:30 a. m. o ' clock , the premises described in said judgment , as follows : ALL that certain plot , piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements thereon erected , situate, l ying and being on the north side of Silver Road , Mastic Beach. Town of Brookhaven , Suf- folk County and Sta te of New York, bein -cr known as lots num- bers 39. 40 , 41 a.nd 42 on a certain map entitled. \Map of Mastic Es- tates \ and filed in the Suffolk Countv Clerk' s office on July 16 , 194 2 as Map No. 1365. ALL COURSES AND DIS- TANCES according to survey mari e bv Havens & Pelletreau dat- ed July 1 , 1959. BEING AND INTENDED TO BE the same premises conveyed to the Mortgagors by deed from Joseph Fortuna. SUBJECT to zoning ordinances and building regulations of any municipal authority having juris- diction over the premises. SUBJECT to covenants , restric- tions and easements of record , if anv. TOGETHER with all the rig ht , title and interest of the Mortgagor in and to the land in the bed of the street or highway in front of the premises above described to the center line thereof. Dated at Bay Shore. New York this 27 dav of January. 1961. GEORGE C. FURMAN Refe ree WHLLIAM H. WESTERBEKE , ESQ. Plaintiff' s Attorney 138 West Main Street Bav Shore , New York STATE OF NEW YORK SUPREME COURT : SUFFOLK COUNTY x RAY SHORE FED- : ERAL SAVINGS AND : LOAN ASSOCIATION , : a savings and loan as- : sociation organized and : existing under the laws : of the Uiiited States : of America , : Plaintiff , i NOTICE : OF against : SALE ALL the heirs at law , : next of kin, descend- : ants, executors , ad- : ministrators , devisees , : legatees , creditors, trus- : tees , committees, lien- : ors and a ssigns of : JACK A. P E L L E - : GREW deceased , and : of MARGARET PEL- : L E G REN , deceased , : THOMAS PELLE- : GREN , B. G E R T Z , : I NC . L ARRY H. : GLOVER d/b/a GLOV- : ER'S BOTTLED GAS : SERVICE , ROMULUS : MANDEL. : Defendant. : .. V IN PURSUANCE of a judg- ment of fo reclosure and sale duly granted in the above entitled action and entered in the Suffolk Countv Clerk ' s office on the 18th dav of January, 1961 , I. GEORGE C. FURMAN, ' ESQ., the under- signed , Referee in said judgment named , will sell at public aucti on in front of the Brookhaven Town Hall , Patchogue , New York , on the 1 7th day of Marc h , 1961 at 10:00 a. m. o ' clock , the premises describ- ed in said judgment as follows : ALL that certain plot , p iece or parcel of land together with the buildings thereon erected , situate , l ying and being at Middle Island , in the Town of Brookhaven , Suf- folk County, New York, bounded and described as follows : BEGINNING at a point on the west line of Swezevtown Road , distant 960.39 feet northerly from the northwest corner of Sw r ezey- town Road and Half Mile Road , as measured along the west line of Swezevtown Road ; thence north 3 degrees 13 minutes east along the west line of Swezeytown Road the distance of 100.01 feet ; thence north 87 degrees 51 minute s west the distance of 452. 79 f eet; thence south 2 degree s 09 minutes west the distance of 100 feet; thence south 87 deg rees 51 minutes east the distance of 450.93 feet to the west line of Swezevtown Road , the point or place of beg inning. SUBJECT to covenants, restric- tions and easements of record , if any. SUBJECT to zoning ordinances and building regulations of any municipal authority having juris- diction over the premises. BEING AND INTENDED TO BE the same premises conveyed to the mortgagors by dee<l from Thomas Pellegren dated February 14 , 1955 and recorded in the office of the Clerk of Suffolk Count y on March 9 , 1955 in Liber 3849 of Deeds at page 589. Dated at Bav Shore , New York this 27 dav of January, 1961. GEORGE C. FURMAN T?. P \f P !*{¦¦**£ WILLIAM H. WESTERBEKE Plaintiff' s Attorney 138 West Main Street Bay Shore , New York NOTICE Effective this date , I am no longer responsible for debts incurred in my name by anyone other than myself. j Howard C. Hugues Centereach. L.. I., N. Y. Dated : January 19 , 1961. PUBLIC NOTICE Pursuant to the Public Service Commission Law , The Patchogue Electric Light Company hereby gives notice that it has issued and filed with the Public Service Com- mission amendments to its elec tric rate sch edule P.S' .C. No. 6 consist- ing of Second Revised Leaf No. 14 , Second Revised Leaf No. 15 and First Revised Leaf No. 15A , each e ffective March 3 , 1961 , to provide for: 1. General Service Classification No. 2 (District A) An addition to the energy charge portion of the rate , as follows : All energy in excess of 250 kilowatthours per kilowatt of demand , which is also in excess of 50 , 000 kilowatt- hours , will be billed at the rate of 1.4c per kilowatt- hour. The effect of this rate revision will result in a decrease to certain commercial customers . Full details of such change s may be secure d from the offices of the Company and may be examined in the schedule of rates on file in the offices of the company or in the office of the Public Service Com- mission. THE PATCHOGUE ELECTRIC LIGHT COMPANY By: Leslie Weis s , President gated , : February 1 , 1964 j C. W. Ruland Sons j I \ INC . * I [ FUNERAL DIRECTORS j I John R. Ruland , Lie. Mgr. I I More than 100 Years j I of Dependable Service I i I 500 NEW NORTH OCEAN j I AVENUE , PATCHOGUE j J Phone GRover 5-0098 | MRS. ANNA BLAUSTEIN , 70 , died last Wednesday at University Hospital , Philadel phia , Pa. Born December 15 , 1890 in Rus- sia , she was a resident of Phila- delphia. Surviving are six sisters , includ- ing Mrs. Minerva Rubin of Cen- ter Moriches , and one brother. Funei-a l services were held last Thursday at 11 a. m. at the I. J. Morris Funeral Home in Hemp- stead. Interment followed in Farm- ingdale. MRS. HELEN PAPROTSKI , 64 , died January 22 at Bayview Gen- eral Hospital , Mastic Beach , after a short illness. She resided on Main Street in Center Moriches. Born in Poland , she is survived by a daughter , Mrs. Edna Bernges of California , seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Rosary services were said at Herrmann ' s Funeral Home in Cen- ter Moriches at 8:30 p. m. last Wednesday and a requiem mass was held at the St. John ' s R. C. Church in Center Moriches at 8:30 a. m. last Thursday. Interment followed in Mt. St. Mary ' s Ceme- tery, Flushing. JOHN I. SMITH , 01 , died Janu - ary 21 after a short illness at Cen- tral Suffolk Hospital , Riverhead. He was a resident of Union Ave- nue , Center Moriches , for 27 years and was an electrician by trade. Born in Cutchogue , he was a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars , Victory Post , 414. Cente- Moriches and a veteran of World War I. He is survived by his wife , Fele- city of Center Moriches ; a son , Leonard R. of Hicksville; three grandchildren ; one brother and a sister. VFW services were held at Herrmann ' s Funeral Home in Cen- ter Moriches at 7:30 p. m. Janu- ary 23. Rosary services were said at 8:30 p. m. January 23. A re- quiem mass was held at 9 a. m. January 21 at St. John ' s R. C. Church in Center Moriches. Inter- ment followe d in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, East Moriches . E. EARL NEWINS , 50 , of Sandston , Va., died January 20 at a Richmond Hospital . ¦ Mr. Newins was an insurance agent and was a member of the American Legion Post 242 and a veteran of World War II. He is survived by his wife , Mrs. Celeste C. Newins; two sons, De- Witt W. Newins of Center Mor- iches and Bobby Newins of Sand- ston ; a daughter , Mrs. Diane N. Wrigh t of Ashland ; a sister , Mrs . Nancy Conkiin of Keilua , Hawaii/ and two grandchildren. Funeral ai-rangements were handled in Sandston. HOWARD PULLEN died unex- pectedly at his home in Wantagh , January 26. Surviving are his wife , Anna; and his mother , Mrs. Lillian Pullen of Levittown , formerly of Lake Grove. Funeral services were held at the Charles G. Schmitt Fu neral Home at Seaford at 4 p. m. Sun- day. Interment was at 10 a. m. Monday in the family p lot at the First Congregational Church of New Village Cemetery, Lake Grove. DBITUARY PETTIT FUNERAL HOME H *§' H bl SB A m^ Bi '^^S^B mm mW if rmmT ^ l Pf mm iS-J^-al*g J»¦ r _ *flHgfrfe This Home is Dedicated to Those Who in Eternal Slee p Repose Herein , and Is for the Use and Comfort of Rela- tives and Friends. A. C. PETTIT , Lie. Mgr. 326 E. Main St. Patchogue Telephone GRover 5-0052

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