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The Mid-island mail. (Medford, N.Y.) 1935-1941, May 14, 1941, Image 14

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TAX NOTIC E The second half of tbe Brookhaven Town Tax is due May 10 , 1 94 1 , and payable without penalty to Mny 31 , 1941 , to Quintin A. Lercb , Receiver of Taxes , Town of Brookhaven , at the Tax Office , 144 East Main Street , Port Jefferson , New York . After May 31 , 1941 , all bills must be paid to tbe County Treasurer at Riverhead ,- New Yoik . Dated Port Jefferson , N. Y. May 7 , 1941 QUINTIN A. LERCH , Receiver of Taxes. ^ W_rfelS^is® t4iii_^ lx f% ( _P^18I_ 7 _8 Tomorrow ' * mcoMng of the Ladies Aid society of the Holbrook Lutheran church will be omitted , because the members and their friemls will at- tend a luncheon at the b-.yville Lu- thera n church. They will leave tlie Guild hall at 12:15. Harold James , Sr., is confined to his home with a leg injury , which he contracted while at work m Ja- maica. Bryan St. Louis is having a five- day vacation from his du ties at in- grim State hosp ital , Brentwood. Dast Sunday special services at the H^nrook Lutheran church wore conducted by Pastor Martin , in honor of Mother ' s day. H. F. Homo sang a solo , \My Mother \ (P. Mors dan) accompanied by Mrs. Theodore Harri- son at the organ. Mrs. Ferdinand Egl e is around again , after having been ill and under the care of a physician. Albert Jones recently spent three days at the home of his parents , Mr. and Mrs. J. Jones , having a furlough from Dereus , Mass., where he is with the 16th . Infantry, Medical attach- ment , First Array corps. Mrs. Fred Benesch and daughters , Florence and Doris , left last Thurs- day to go to Trindad where they will join Mr. Benesch , who is employ- ed by the government. They will make their home there for the next thre e years. ¦ . Mrs. Fred C. Michael and Mrs. Jack Barhera recently attended a Red Cross meeting at Bayport. Mrs. Post gave a report of her trip to Washington , D. C. Mr. and Mrs. John Lavery and sons of New York spent the week- end at their home on Mollie boulevard. They are painting their house and getting the grounds in order for the summer. Mrs. William Hermanns and family wi ll leave for Trinidad tomorrow to join Mr. Hermanns , who is employ- ed by the Walsh Construction com- pany. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Monroe and Mrs. Catherine Monroe , and family of Forest Hills spent the week-end at- their home on Claas road. The Pinochle club met at the home of Mrs. Alfred Steiger last Tuesday. First prize was won by Mrs. H' erbst and second by Mrs . Davies. The club will meet at the home of Mrs. Habich next Tuesday. \Mr. and Mrs. George Miller are now spending a vacation in Missouri . They expect to be back the latter part of this week. Captain Luddeke is recuperating at his home on Twin Bark avenue after a bad foot injury. He fell into a pile of steel while at work. Al Erwin of Jamaica is spending two week s at his home on Claas roach Miss Audrey Hughes spent a few days with her parents , Mr. and Mrs, Jack Hugh es of Grundy avenue. Mr. and Mrs, Hoddevik of Brooklyn spent the week-en d at their summer home on Muriel street. Mr. and Mrs. . John Simon of Ja- maica were at their home on Bastow avenue for the week-end, Mrs. Giarraputo and daughter Helen spent the week-end in Brooklyn with Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Giarraputo. Charles Baehand of Manhattan •spent last Wednesday and Thursday at his home on Grundy avenue. Mr. and Mrs. P. Byrnes of South Ozone Park , were Sunday guests oi Mr, and Mrs. William Rigb y of Offi- cials avenue. Mr and Mrs. Gill of Jamaica , who have been spending the week at their home on Isa belle street , recently had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Marine of Jamaica. - . . . Mr aud Mrs. Gallant and family ol New York spent the week-end at their summer cottage on Leanord street . Mr. and Mrs. John Duarte of Wood- side spent the week-end at their home on Alexander avenue. 31. Rubio ol Woodside visited Mrs . A. Duarte last Sunday. , _ . , Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bucal o spent the week-end at their home on Robert stroot ' Alfre d B. MacNamara spent Mon- day in Riverhead on business. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Harrison en- tertained Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Ever- ley, Mr. and Mrs. Williams , Mrs. Blanche , Mrs. Worzel and Mr. Bell of Brooklyn. . About 400 people attended the Bo- hemian dance and entertainment held Sunday at Mazanek' s Sunrise Farm hotel for the beli ef it of the Red Cross , to obtain an ambulance. About 380 dinners were served and dancing and bowling were enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Larwence VonMechow of Queens Village and their son-in- law and daughter , Mr. and Mrs. Rowland Scholwser of Jackson Heights spent the week-end at their bungalow on Broadway avenue. Mr. and Mrs. John Himmel and family of the Bronx spent the . week- end at their home on Claas road. Mr. and Mrs. Kruzak and son Al- bert of Brooklyn spent the week-end at their bungalow on Clarice boule- vard. PORT IEFFERSOX-BRIDGEPORT FERRY TO RES UME TOMO-RItOW Ferry service across Long Island sound between Port Jefferson and Bridgeport wil be resinned tomor- row , Vail G. Tooker , general man- ager , announces. From May 15 to June 26 the boats will leave Port Jefferson at 9 o ' clock in the morning and 2 o ' clock in the afternoon , ex- cept Sundays when the afternoon de- parture will be at 3 o ' clock. Return- ing the boats will leave Bridgep ort at 11 o ' clock in the forenoon and 5 o ' clock in the afternoon. The full summer scliedule with additional trips will be effective June 27. V.F.W . Finishing Plans , Americanization Night All Groups Aire Invited Henry James Jones post , V eterans of Forei gn Wars , and its Ladies ' auxiliary will meet this evening at the Veterans hall 'to make final plans for the Americanization program ¦which will be presented next Monday evening at the hall , to which all or- ganizations in this local ity and in the Town are invited- An appropriate progra m is being planned and a social hour will follow. Mrs. Berth a Wessell , new president of the auxiliary, is chairman of the Americanization pro- gram*, assisted by Mrs, Doris . Ellis , Mrs. Anne Cullum , Mrs, Evelyn Rate and Charles H. Ellis , retiring com- mander of the Suffolk County council , V. F. W. Plans for the annual poppy sal e will also be made at tonigh t' s meeting. »j ~ : ^ \ ^ I -BCSUW-BSS' -i - 'DiBE efO-IfcY ; I - «m= _ ,. _^^^^__,^ U^i A. listing of the leading business men and firms nnd artisan* in this section of Suffolk County, compiled fur the convon- lence and ready reference of readers o f The Mid-1 siand a Mail. _ ¦ — a* *- -- \ — ' - T\T*^ \ ' ' \ *' ' \ *WM*W ' \\\\M,WW ** ¦-¦ I * \ ¦'¦ -» ¦ II IW IIIII II IM II W I Building Materials ISLAND COAL & LUMBER CO. MEDF ORD •tfJBli- PATCHOGUE 41 9 Th« Country Vuvd with City Prices \ \ ' \ , i ' i ' ' ¦ ' , .; Real Estate—Insurance ARTHUR T. BROWNE LAKE RONKONKOMA Phono Ronkonkomn 814*1 APPRAISALS - FARMS . MORTGAGES SUMMER AND YEAR 'HOUND HOMES LOPER BROS. , LUMBER CO. Port Jefferson Stn, . Tol, P. S, 700 Ro«l<y Point - Tol. R P. 28 44 \Everything for Building \ :¦*- ' ¦¦ ¦ ' i ¦—; ; : — Poultry Equipment THE . ESTATE : OF E. W- GODLD •LONG 1SLA1ND DIB-TKIBUTOIt Malcornlb Poultry - -Equipment WHOLESALE , IIKTAH^ LJirae ' and comileto utack on liand—• ot factory pi' Icon. J JLAKE PROVE, N, V . ***** ^^^^ m \^* mm ^*\* mm ^ mt ' m ^^ m ^ mtmm ** 1 *** mam ***** *mP**-*^^ For a listing: in this directory- write The Mid-Island Mnil,, Medford , or Telephone Patch' ogue 1000 and our representa- tive will call. ¦ J . - \ , - ' * . *: ¦ . i- >. . ^^^mm* **mmmmm **'******) '*-m*%**-m*** ****l m**m*m |Wl _ >l ^Ma-i^WWWWM^ Notice is hereb y given that license number S. B. 157 has been issued to the undersigned to sell beer at retail , under the Alcoiiolic Beverage Control Law , in an eating place at the southwest corner of Patchogue-Port Jefferson Road and Middle Country Road , Coram , Suffolk County, Long Island , for on- premises consumption. PETER SAMARTZES , . Coram , New York. : Notice is he reby given that license number S. B. 130 has been issued to the undersigned to sell beer at retail , under the Alcoiiolic Beverage Control Law , in an eating place , Beverl y Beach Pavilion , west side of Pond Road , east side of lake , Nesconset , Suf- folk County, Long Island , for on-premises consump- tion. MARY ANDERSEN , Pond Road , Nesconset , New York. Notice is hereb y given that license number S. B. 182 has been issued to the undersigned to sell beer at retail , under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law , in a restaurant , Ronkonkoma Snore , Smithtown Boulevard , Lake Ronkonkoma , Suffolk County, Long Island , for on-premises consumption. WILLIAM HUBER , RUDOLF LIPPONER and GEORGE LIPPONER , Lake Ronkonkoma , New York. Notice is hereby given- that license number R. L. 7515 has been issue d to the undersi gned to sell liquor , wine and beer , at retail , under the Alcoiiolic Beverage Control Law , in a restaurant , Nature ' s Gardens Tavern , on the north side of Route 25 , Middle Country road , Selden , Suffolk County, Long Island , for on- premises consumption. WILLIAM FIEGE , •a Selden , New York . • .

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