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The Mid-island mail. (Medford, N.Y.) 1935-1941, November 22, 1939, Image 15

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But don ' t forget that on Nov. 30th , you can enjoy these same reductions on calls to any state that is cele- ^V^, brating Thanksg iving on that day. New- Yo rlc ff _j _ j j Telephone Company. ^STS^ TYPICAL REDUCED RATES PROM LAKE RONKONKO MA Albany, N, Y W»5 Plilliulclphiu , Pa. ,, ._0 Baltimore , MM 55 Piltslwrsl!, Pa IS Buffalo, N. Y 85 Richmond , Va. ,, , ,, ,70 Cleveland , Ohio 00 Scronton , Pa 4. Elmlen, N, Y 65 Syracuse N. Tl 65 HntrSslMUff, Va 55 Washington , D, C. . .60 These Sea -tlen-to-Station f ates are fo r tbe initial talking period. Subj ect to Federal tax where the cf arst f . so*? or wore, Far tau$ to otter points , tall the optrator. ^W vrv -s s r » -, % * . r. r'rrrv, «% .% . ,, U' ***** ' NO ONE 1$ *AR AWAY WHIN VOU CAW TALK TO MM . (^M-l. - » #,/ . • , I«UM * * . . J . J . . _ * * J ii Christmas Club Funds Larger ; Banks to Pay $155 , 000 to 3;777 Special Savings Amount to 20 Per Cent More Than Last Year—$2 0 , 000 Increase in This Immediate Vicinity The 1939 holida y season will reeeiv e a substantial financial impetus within the next week or two , when Christmas club tunds , aggregating more than $155 , 000 will be rel eased to 3 , 777 members by the eight banks . . ' .between ' Sayville and Eastport. . . . . 01 this . sum , which is about $30 , 000 , or over 20 per cent above iast yearfs . figure ,: the three Patchogue banks; ; will * distribute approximately. $98 , 500- to :2447 , . of the weekly . savers. All eight batiks in this area , in- cluding tjka . t at .Lake- Ronkonkoma , showed- 'increases this year over \last along with the majority of the 4 , 500; banks: throughput , the nation. \ ¦ \ - The Christmas \ el^b report; ' ' adds biightn«ess to the outlook for a brisk holiday trade in . Patehogue ; and im- . mediate vicinity on . the . basis .of the sttm .to he distributed , which is also rpore than $20 , 000 ahead of the 193 . 7 figure.:. \ : ,. \ ' ' . . ' . . A. large portion of the Christmas club fiinds go directly for - holiday shopping, though some of . the money is accumulated to pay taxes or meet some other obligations anticipated at this time of year. In several cases , the bank report is estimated ,, due to the fact that the Christmas clubs in these banks have about one week more io go for the final . weekly payment. The 2 , 447 members who will share in the distribution by the three Pat- chogue banks represents an increase cf \129/over the number a year ago , when 2 , 318 persons benefitted. - The Union . Savin gs bank , with prob- ably tlie largest club in the county , is making available a total of $51 , - 000 , or about $6 , 000 more than last year. During the past 19 years that thi s bank has sponsored the Christ- mas idea,, it has di stributed $882 , 160 by this method. Of the three local banks , the Pat- chogue Citizens bank this year shows the greatest percentage increase over last year. This bank' s club will release approximately $22 , 500 am ong 503 members. This is an increase of 50 per cent over last year ' s total of $15 , 000 , which was distributed among 400 \ a-ccounts. The Peoples National bank also showed a substantial increase this year , the total to he sent out b eing about $25 , 000 , among 563 accounts. Last year , this bank divided $20 , 122 among 418 members. The Oystermen ' s Bank and Trust comp any of Sayville is disbursin g approximatel y $30 , 000 among 725 members , as against $25 , 000 distri- buted among 600 accounts last year . The Bellp ort National bank , through which $4 , 800 was released last year , will distribute $7 , 000 among 155 members this year. The 'National Bank of- La \ke Roxi- kohkema will set a new record thi s year with a figur e of $6 , 900 , to be disbursed among 175 members , as against $6 , 800 released last year. Both the Center Moriches bank and the Eastport National bank also show large increases this year. A comparison of the figures an- nounced by the eight banks this year and a year ago follows: 1930 1938 Union Savings ' Bank \ $51 , 000 $45 , 000 Peoples Nat'l Bank : .. 25 ,000 20 , 122 Patchogue Citizens Bank & Trust 'Company 22;500 , ' . 15 , 000 Oystermen ' s Bank .. ' &' ¦ ' ¦ \ . .Trust Company :.::. ' . . 30 , 0OO . .:.. . 25 , 000 Bellport National Bank 7 , 000 4 , 80.0 National'Bank' of . - \ . . ' •¦ . ¦ . - . • ¦ \ : \ . • Lidce Ronkonkoma -^ 6 , 900 -6 , 800 Center Moriches Bank 6 , 750 4 , 900 EastportlNat'lBank .; . 6 , 500 ;. ' . . 4 ,600 Total ; _......:£.. . .. $155 , 650 $126 , 12^ Sale of Christmas Health 3$^ ' Formal-op enin g of the:thirty-third annual Chrisihia ' s Seal campaign will be marked ;in Suffolk county next Monday, O p that day, seals will be received in /the mails by approxi- mately 27 , 000 residents. Trying to calculate in advance how many seals various homes and individuals will want is one oi the chief tasks of the committee. \Some persons may want more than the number we send out to them , \ said Dr. Frank S. Child , pres- ident of the Suffolk County Tuber- culosis and Public Health associa- tion. \Others may want less , and in that case they are asked to re- turn the unwanted number to head- quarters. For those who desire to have more than we mail , the com- mittee cheerfully will send out addi- tional sheets on notification. \The public has never failed to co-operate in this annual campaign against tuberculosis and the com- mittee is confident th at ther e will he no letdown this year. \Buy your seals now and use them early. ,Be among the first to put these decorative stamps on your regular mail. \ Honor Roll Given In Catholic H. S, For First Period The results , of the examinations for the first quarter in the Patchogue Catholic High s chool have ju st been posted , and the honor student s listed in tlie several classes. The require- ments for a place on this list in- cludes marks of 90 or over in three prepared subjects , no failures in any subject , and a conduct rating of A. The list for the quarter stands as follows : Juniors—Dol or es del Castillo , Bay- port; Eileen Hanley, Bellport; Anne Mead , Sayville; Elain e Ruth , Bohem- ia; -Gladys Ruth , Bohemia; Rosemarie Salisbury, Patcli ogue; Helen Skubilc , Islip Terrace. S-oph omores — Catherine Eagan Blu e Point; Rosemary Giuliano , Pat- chegue; Audrey Johnston , East Isli*p; Muriel Lukert , Patchogue; Anne Varney, Patchogue; Rosemary We-stlake , Patchogue. Freshmen — Clare Benjamin , West Sayville; Helen Bugala , East Patch- ogue; Alice Carlson , Patchogue; \Vir- ginia Kelly, Brightwaters; Dorothy Nugent , Oakdale; Marjorie Roe , Pat- chogue; Teresa Winter , Sayville; Clwrles Gutman , Bayport ; Howard Hrtisdo , Bohemia; Herbert Rowse , Palchoguc. Mrs. Joseph Tmay The former Miss Margaret Cam- pion , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pat- rick T. Campion, of Blue Point , who on November 11 became the bride of Joseph Tmay, son of Mr . and Mrs. Frank Tmay of Bohemi a , in- Our Lady of the Snow R. C. church . Blue Point. - Mr. and Mrs . Tmay are re- siding in Bayport. —Photo toy Johnson Two Held on Charges Looting Bungalows North Shore B eadh Two Jamaica men , who cam e out to North Shore beach near Rocky Point to do a plumbing job and al- legedly raided several bungalows in the same vicinity while on a visit here , were arrested by Brookhaven Town police Sunday night on third degree Burglary charges. They, are Edward Perth , aged 21 , of 143-14 Lakewood avenue , and Jo- seph Bl»coj \ 21, of 143-07 Ferndale avenue , both Jamaica. . . , They were arrested- by Lieut. Stacey B. Wilson and Officer Francis Hawkins ,; who had been called in to investigate reports that several North Shore beach bung- alows had been -looted. /; . -• - . : \ Perth and Blaco , according to po- lice , came to the ' N6i? th Sh ore bunga- low colony . last. .Thursday • to; repair some -plumbing in a bungalow owned by Blaco ' s parents. ' - ' It; ; -is charged that . they :j broke r *Jrito , tliree . nearby bungalows and. stol e three small radio sets , some canned goods , win^, liquor and pancake no^r.- , lt- 'is also^ alleged they took a shovel aiid wheelbarrow from under a fourth bungalow- Most of the loot has been recovered , police says With con s ent of -the district at- torney ' s: office; ^e^;bur|*lary charges were rediiced to I pet ty . ¦ larcehfe la st hight before Justice of the Peace Willar d B. Monsell in/ Patchogue. Both men are first offender s , police said. . They pleaded guilty to the reduced charges and each was placed on probation for a year. . _ 4 Ad . ertisins. Kates lor This Column * 4 6 linea or less, first insertion .... 35c £ 4 Each additional Un« .. .i..... ... 6* £ 4 Each addition si i- Uettion. of notice 3fle r 4 No reader in this column Khali Z 4 . exceed 10 linej. . ' • . * . . f < ' ' '' ' ' • , 1 Costume Barn : Dance , Satur- ? < day, November 25 , _I e df o r d \ j Brau-Haus , by Junior Holy Name > \ Society. Prizes. Dance contests. ? 4 Adults-40c , children 25c. Music \ i by Bob Swezey _ White Jackets. . <, . - ¦ ¦ . / - . .; . ¦ ; t, ¦ ' ¦ ' % « ... ' ¦ ? j ¦ • ¦ Moving Pictures at Farming- ? }¦ ; ville \Firehall , Friday, 8 P. M. { i Pola Negri in \The Spanish ( 1 Dancer \ and an Andy Gump ? 4 comedj* . Adults 15c , children 5c. r !\ ; ¦ : ' ¦¦ ' = • •© . - .. — ¦ ? \ A . Card Party , auspices of Med- £ j ford Republican Club , Friday ? evening, November 24 , at Com- ? 4 munity Hall. Prizes , refresh- £ _ ments. Tickets 35c. ? * w I Tr^ _ n -T_ _ il If Ull . ||| 11 l Yftl TR I Will B f_ B B I — th 11 II IxJUll 'I | DATE BOOK |

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