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The Mid-island mail. (Medford, N.Y.) 1935-1941, April 16, 1941, Image 10

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p~—^ ____ —. B QWilWg ^ JF ® ? I . - at - | I L igh thouse Hotel \ ( Whitey Ilioliert , Prop.) j > LAKE RONKONKOMA » MATINEE BOWLING ? J Daily Fro m 12 Noon to 5 P. M. * 15c Per Game £ j 4 - ALLEYS - 4 £ Estelle ,Sch1otman Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Skidmore , Jr., and Arthur , 3rd, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan St. Louis and Bryan , Jr., were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Heine on Easter Sun- day. Holy communion was celebrated Easter Sunday at the Holbrook Lu- theran church , when the communion service , a g ift from the Ladies ' Aid society, was used for the first time. The Rev. Louis Martin , pastor of the church , offici ated. Henry F. Heine sans? a solo \Open the Gates of- the Temple \ (Mrs. -J. A. Knapp), accom- panied at the organ by Mrs. Theodore Harrison. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hanley and daugh- ter Dorothy, Mrs. May Gutheil , Mrs. R. Baack and Mrs. William Dietrich of Elmhurst spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. F. Egle. The Ladies ' Aid society of the Luthera n church will meet this Thurs- day at 2 p. ni., when Mrs. Henry Vo ' llbracht will be hostess. The Holbrook Volunteer Fire de- partment had a busy past week fight- ing brush fires. The various ' loca- tions were: Tuesday afternoon at Wheeler ro ad and Knickerbocker ave- nue; in the evening. . Moscow avenue; Wednesday morning\ , north of Claas road and Sunday morning, Coates avenue. Tlie latter fire spread to a building which started to burn , but it was extinguished by the firemen. Mr. and Mrs. H. Weinkauf of the Bronx spent the week-end at their bungalow on La Verne avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Palazzo of Brookl yn are spending a week at their bungalow on Grundy avenue. Mrs. George Caka and daughter are spending this week at their bungalow on Erie street. Mrs. James Priest entertained her pinochle club last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Albert Stei ger , who spent a month at Palm Beach , Fla., returned home Saturday with her m other , Mrs. Valentine Hatch , who had been vis- iting there all win ter. Dr. and Mrs. Norman Mvmkehvitz are having the interior ' of their home redecorated hy Ruth and Satava of Bohemia. William .Banket and family of Queen s spent tho \week-end at their bungalow on Bastow street. Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Michael mo- tored t« Newherg Saturday to visit relatives for a few days. They stop- ped at the \homes of Mr. and Mrs. Benard Gardner and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Young. Mr. and Mrs. John Altaic of Brook- lyn are spending a -week at the home of thte Jack Barbara i' niuily. Mr. and Mrs. Arlitle are the parents of Mrs. Barbera, William Sdilotin a ii of New Yorlc spent Monday ni ght wd Tuesday with his parents , Mr. and Mrs , Jerome Sehlotnian. Mr. and Mvs. Ch a s-les Oortel enter - tained on Esis ter Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Oortel and daughter Constance and Mr. and Mrs, William Oertel of Richmond Hill. Jackie Walsh has been ill since last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs, Edward Davies en- tertained on Easter Sunday, their daughter Anna of New York , their son Joseph Davies , \ -who is stationed at Fort Devcns , Mass., and Miss Emma Reylek of Sayville, . Mrs. Joseph Knapji of \ New York spent the week-end at her home on Wald street . The Holbrook Volunteer Fire de- partment was called out last Wednes- day afternoon to stand by after a Texaco gasolnie truck and a mack truck collided at Broadway avenue and Church street. ,, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bason enter- tained at dinner and supper on Easter Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bason , Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kli phon and son Robert , Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bason and Kenneth Bason , all of Sayville, Mrs . Lillian Cook returned Friday from a visit of several days with fri ends in Jamaica. James Harrenherg nnd family of Brooklyn spent the week-end at their bungalow on Tuttle street, Mr . and Mrs. John Duartc of Wood, side motored out Saturday to Bpond a week at theav bungalow on Alex- ander street, Alex Schiavoui and family motored to Manhattan Friday nnd shopped in the afternoon and visited Ringling Brothers circus jn the evening, . , Douglas J3everidgo ' *and' . - family of Central Islip spent tlie week-en d with his mother , Mrs, Norman Munlcelwitz, They • celebrat' ecl his birthday,-which was April 10, Mrs, \ ,E<lwiM . Hansen of the Bronx Is spending- a , week , (it her bungalow ohi Grundy avemie. ;; , ; :v ;;; 0«^-;- ; - . \ ; , ;,:]; ¦ •;, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Langerbeek and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eitel and fam ily motored to the Bronx . , on Sun- day to-visit Mr. and . Mrs. Jturt Ul- brig-ht. Mrs. Eitel and her daughter Margaret are spending; a- few days there , the others having returned home Sunday evening. ¦ — Christopher Simon and family p£ South Elmhurst spent the week-end at their bungalow on Bastow street. The Pinochle club met at the home of Mrs. Edward Davies last Tuesday afternoon. The first prize was won by-Mrs. Florence Habich and the sec- ond by Mrs. Marg-areth Herbst. The Handy Helpers club, working for the Red Cross, met Saturday af- ternoon at the home of Mrs. Engel Printzlau. Refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. John Doerrler of Manhattan spent the week-end at their bungalow on Tuttle street . Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barbera enter- tained on Easter Sunday and Monday at their hom-e , Mr. and Mrs. I. Butera and relative , Mr. and Mrs. John Ar- tale , Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Artale and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Artale and son John , all of Brooklyn. Mrs. Vincent Artale and son . are spending a w-eek at the Barbera home. Since April 8 , Mrs. Josephine San- tangelo has heen visiting her \ son-in- law and daughter , Mr. and Mrs. Dom- inic Nava of Brooklyn. Dr. Alexander Nicoll of New- York spen t the w eek-en d at his sumnier home on Patehogue road. Miguel A. Geigei of Holbrook , for- mer president of the South Holbrook Civic association , is leaving Thursday, April 24 , for\ Puerto Rico to accept a position in the Puerto Rico govern- ment , service. His cousin , Vincent Geigei Polaneo , was recently elected Senator-at-large by the Democratic Popular party of Puerto Rico. The South Holbrook association is giving a farewell party in his honor this Saturday evening at the Democratic ¦clubhouse. William Hermanns will also be honor-ed at the party , as he has accepted a position with the Walsh Construction company in connection with their contract with the . U. S. Govern ment to establish an Army and Navy base at Trinidad. Both Mr. Geigei and Mr, Hermanns are sched- uled to leave on April 24. Everyone in Holbrook is invited to attend the party. Mr. Geigei was very active in local civic atfairs and at present is H memlier of the school board. My. Hermanns was active in the fire de- partment and has just resigned Ids duties as foreman in the company and captain of the racing team. Mrs. Henry Vollbracht entertained at her liome Easter Sunday, Mrs. P. Stratmann of Brooklyn , who was honor guest in celebration of her birthday, also Mr , and Mrs. J. C, Wt' h renherg' and sons , Robert and John , Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Weh- renberg, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Weh- renberg, Mr. and Mrs. George Wehren- berg, Miss Wilvn a Wehrenberg and Walter Pickett of Brooklyn. George Baack of Patchog'ue visited his motlier , BIrs. Charles Baack , on Easter Sunday. The racing t-ea m of the Holbrook Fire department met Monti ay evening at headquarters for training' , The Holbrook school Board of Edu- cation will meet next Tuesday at the scliool to award a bus contract for the ensuing year. Holbrook sch ool will open again next Monday. • Molbrodk New® HOLBKCOK HOSPITAL BABIES Recent births at Holbrook hospit al weie the folio-wing : April. 8 , a son to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Iasevoli of Patehogue; April 13 , a son to Mr. and Mrs. Roger O'Gara oi Central Isltp; April 14 , a son to Mr. and Mrs. Cole Smith , Central Islip. Meeting to Study New Conservation Plans for Farms Ferris G, Talmage , . chairman of the county committee of the Suffolk County Agricultural Conservation as- sociation , announces a mooting to dis- cuss details of the 1.942 farm program , Tuesday evening: , April 22 , at 7:30 in the Agricultural Conservation of- fice: , 134 West Main street , ' Rivev- head. Community committee men and fanners are invited to attend to dis - cuss with the county committe e what changes and additions sliould be ma<) e in¦ ¦ ' thd 1.942 Agricultural Conserva- tion program. > , County committeemen are : Ferris G, Talmas, East Hampton , chairman , Everett M, Emory , Centereach , and Irving C. Latham , 'Oriont; with. Hcnry ; Klein, Eatifc Northport , and John X. Danielowicli , Calvei-toh , as alternate members.; ,.. )¦ . ¦ ' ;- ¦ ' , . - ¦ .;•;• .:. ' . , ; ' - ,;¦ ' ¦ ;¦ ' - r Brookhaven Community : 1 ijj. ij ogan pfti;« , Scld-on;, Coles Williams, Goritor- W cfeWiUiam;,; A«. keWfa^^pMnkf-v Jerry Coe Say s Dear Editor: 1 don 't know when the cus- tom of women wearing hats in chxireh originated , hut Easter bonnets are certainly more ef- fective than a revival meeting in swelling a congregation . When you see a baid-headed man in the gay as&iftblage , Mr. Editor , you can 't hel p but feel his-re- ligion is pretty deep seated. Yours , Jerry Coe. Truck Collis bo Injures Two Tien One Loaded With Gasoline Which Remains Intact Patchoguer and Brooklynite \Victims —Latters Condition Es Serious Two truck drivers were injured , one seriousl y, in a collision of heavy trucks about noon last Wednes- day at Church street and Broadway avenue , south of Holbrook , which has been the scene of a number of serious accidents in the past several years. One truck , laden with about 2 , 000 gallon? of gasoline , struck a tree and turned over on its side after tha col- lision. It toolc a wrecking' crew more than four hours to right the tank truck . Meanwhile, its contents were transferred to another truck -while Sayville firemen stood by, The injured were - Frank DeMaria , aged 24 , of 115 Adel phi street , Brook- lyn , who sustained a fracture of the skull , fractures of both kneecaps and of several ribs , and possible fracture of the thigh , and Donald C. Jones , aged 35 , of 428 East Main street , Patehogue , who sustained lacerations of the face , scalp and ears and \body biiiises. Both men were attended by Dr. Peter S. Lerner of Sayville and were removed to Holbrook hosp ital , Hol- brook. DeMaria ' s condition is re- ported as serious. According to the report of Islip Town police , DeMaria was driving a two-ton truck , owned by the Brooklyn Truck Renting corporation of Brook- lyn , and was traveling' southward on Broadway avenue , and. Jones was drivin g the tank truck , ow^ied by the Texas company, and was driving west- ward on Church street. Islip Town Officers Irving Weeks and George Kleever had charge of the inve stigation. On the way hack to Sayville during the course of the investigation , about 2 p. m., Officer Kleever discovered a brush fire that had just started ab out 100 feet from the roadway of Moscow avenue , south of Church street , Bo- hemia , and put out the flam-es without having to call for aid. Kettl e Explodes , Two Men Burned In Belleort House What was believed to have been a kettleful of water , turned out to be -an inflammable liquid of some sort , with the result that two Yaphank men were burned befor e noon Friday in a fire that caused damage esti- mated at $1 , 200 to a Bell port dwelling. The fire took place in the former John Bonderchuck residence , a frame building of one and one-half stories , on North Howell' s Point roa/ L The building, which was unoccup ied , is owned hy Albert S. Herrmann of Yap- hank. Mr. Herrmann was doing some re- pairs in the house with his \brother , William Herrmann , also of Yaphank. The kettle was placed over a wood fire that had been starte d in the kitchen stove. A few minutes later , tli e contents of the kettle exploded , spraying the entire room with flam- ing- liquid , believed to have been gas- oline. Albert S. Herrmann sustained burns aliout the hands and face and was attended by Dr. Perry Horenstein of Bellport. His broth er Avas burned slightly about the face , but did not require medical attention . The interior of the house was dam- age d before the fire was brought under control by Bellport volunteer firemen , directed by Chief Donald \V. Shaw. The Bellport fire was one of a half- doz en that helped keep volunteer fi re- men in this section of the count y busy over the week-end. The Bellport firemen wove called out at 1:25 p. ni. Sunday to extinguish a grass fire near the Hoyt estate on South Country road. Chief Donald W. Shaw of the Boll- port department said Monday that tho past two months have been the busiest such period in the history of the Bellport departm ent, He said that since February 11 , tht 1 depart- ment has averaged about one alarm a day. | K IJSIWESS D IRECTORY j ¦AAAAA *44A' .4.AAJiJ iJjA ^mjjtA J . 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