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The Long Island traveler-watchman. (Southold, Long Island, N.Y.) 1975-1990, July 10, 1975, Image 2

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PAGE TWO LONQ ISLAND TRAVELER-WATCHMAN THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1975 Southold Ethel Palfadino 765-3026 Our Southold college students are making the news. Susan Lappe, daughter of Mr. and M rs. Fred G. Lappe of South H a rbor Road, South- old. was nam e d to the D e a n ’s List for the School of Allied Health at Ithaca College for the s p r ing s e m e s ter. This m e a n s Susan ranked in the top ten percent in scholarship. Form e r residents of Southold, Mr. and M rs. Edmond G. Hill, now residing in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, celebrated their 50th wedding anni­ versary with a reception for family and friends at the home of Dr. and M rs. Gordon E. Hills. The c o u p le, m a rried in July 1925 a re the parents of three sons, Dr, Gordon E. Hill o f Pompano B e a c h , David C. Hill o f P lantation and Malcolm W. Hill of Pompano Beach. They are the grandparents of 18 children. That s a m e day, their g r a n d ­ daughter, K a therine Sandra, in a garden cerem o n y , was married to Bernard W a lters, at the home of her parents. Dr. and M rs. Gordon E. Hill. The Annual R u m m a g e Sale of the W o m e n 's Association of the First Presbyterian Church o f S outhold, will be held on Friday and Saturday, July 11 and 12from 10a.m . t o 4 p . m . in the Christian Education Building. Among the many item s for sale will be bric-a- brac, dishes, housekeeping items, appliances, furniture, costum e jew ­ elry, a n tiques, clothing, linens, and a table of gam e s and toys for the children. A Food a n d Cake Sale which is held in connection with the Rum ­ m a g e Sale will be held on Saturday, July 12, at 10 a.m . Please save the dates and come and browse. If you're hungry for the taste of G randm a 's hom e m a d e clam chow­ der, try it at the Port of Egypt Restaurant. You can enjoy it there or take it home, by quarts or gallons. adv. All the ingredients for a fine old fashioned parade, d own to h igh flying balloons, were present Saturday w h e n the Southold Fire D e p a rtm e n t hosted their 5th Annual Parade and Drill. Familiar faces, new faces from the s u m m e r visitors and Fire D e p a r t­ ment families and eager children swelled the crowd lining the streets making an appreciative audience for the firemen who c a m e from near a n d far. Sum m e r activities abound this season with plenty to do and see. Coming up in Southold soon is the Book Sale to benefit the Southold Free Library at the C u s ter Institute, Main Bayview Rd., July 10, 11 and 12. Also, the Presbvterian Church women are holding a R u m m a g e Sale for those who enjoy nostalgia t r e a s ­ ures on July 11 and 12, 10 a.m . to 4 p.m . A b ake sale will b e added to the activities on Saturday. T h e n , for a dining out treat, a gourm e t home- cooked Buffet D inner will be served on Thursday, J u ly 17, at St. Patrick’s Church Auditorium. There will be two servings, one at 5 p.m . and the other at 7:15 p.m . Chairing the dinner, Mary Lekich a n d Bea Sawicki report brisk ticket sales and advise anyont planning to attend to pur­ chase tickets soon at M i d g e ’s or C h e e s e p latter or call Lena Butkovich 765-3281 or M iss M a r g a r e t M u rphy 765-3410. R e m e m b e r to keep Satur­ day, July 26, open for the Southold Fire D e p a rtm e n t Dance at the A m e ri­ can Legion Hall, G reenport. The Jolly \ J ’s ” Polka Band will keep things hopping from 9 p .m . to 1 a .m . BYOB, $5 per person. The MS. Addie Pisacano, Florence Liso and Louise Totora and their respective daughters, M a ria, D e b ­ bie, Delores and Angela, spent a few days last week at Trails End in Connecticut for a little relaxation. There will be a free knitting sem inar with a dem o n s tr a tion of an automatic hand knitting machine, at the Haystack, Settler’s Village, Youngs Ave., Saturday and Sunday, July 11 a n d 12,10 a .m . to 4 p.m . How about that, ladies? If you have ever knitted before you can zip along knitting a row a second. The Rose Yarn and Knit Studio of H u n tington will be on hand to show you how! Away for the w e e k e n d at Limekiln Lake, Inlet, N.Y., w e re Roy Taplin, Rick O smer, Glen H a u p t, and Ed Palladino, visiting friends of G len’s who attend the Em b r y Riddle A e ro­ nautical University of Florida. Calling all youngsters in grades K thru 8 ! Registration is open for the Youth Activities Arts and Crafts pro­ gram starting J u ly 29. For details on registration call Carol Brown at 765-1082 or Kathy Dow at 765-3598. A happy ending is in sight after what could have been a terrible tragedy. Tara Leighton, the Southold High School s e n ior who was injured in an automobile accident shortly before G raduation Day, is recovering steadily at Central Suffolk Hospital, Riverhead, and is now out of in­ tensive care. The S.H .S. class of ’75 is putting their concern into action by sponsoring a-chicken barbeque for the Tara Leighton Fund. With the cooperation of the North Fork C a ter­ ers, the barbeque will b e held T h u r s ­ day, July 24, from 5-7 p.m . at the W h a r f House, F o u n d e r ’s Landing.' D o n ’t forget to let Tara know you are thinking of her by sendm g cards or \\“S . Television Engineering Service Roy W. Wilkinson QUASAR — Sales, Service Servicing Most Name Brands \ Main Road _______ Southoid Phone 765-3423 V Looking For ... Rubber Stamps • Photocopies Laminating • Printing . 7 /ieim P < flM fl[L COPV MAIN ROAD, SOUTHOLD 765-5390 Preston’s has a storeful of marine supplies for power and sail... Coast & Geodetic charts for the entire East Coast .from Maine to Florida navigation equipment* boating togs* plus a full line of fishing tackle, snorkling and water ski­ ing equipment While you're here, visit our Ship & Sea Gallery filled with thousands of unusual and decorative nautical gifts, ship's lights, marine paintings, and a host of other things of the sea. PRESTON'S MaiaSlfMlWktff Grtcaport, L m | UiidL N. Y. visiting her when possible. Cadet Robert Dow left for Fort Benning, Georgia on July 4th to attend a irborne school a fter which he will spend three weeks on duty in Schweinfurt, G e rm a n y , before re ­ turning to W e s t Point for the fall sem e s ter. While hom e on leave Rob received word that he had been nam e d to the D e a n ’s List at the Academy for academ ic achievement during the spring sem e s ter. Thursday, July 10, the Junior Youth Activities group, grade 6 through 8 will hold a dance at the W h a r f House from 7p.m . to 10 p.m ’. to the music o f the “ M a g ician” . A d m is­ sion is SI. Ms. Charles Ruark, Jr., and children, Tami Lee and Daniel, of Salisbury, M a ryland, spent two weeks visiting with her m o ther, M rs. A. Flynn of Bayview Road. H e r husband, Charles Ruark, Jr., cam e up to s p e n d a few days and drive his family home M o n d ay. The Southold Fire D e p a rtm e n t wishes to thank the com munity for their support in Saturday’s Fifth Annual Parade and Drill. The follow­ ing trophies w e re aw a rded: Most M e n in Line, G reenport; Best A p ­ pearing D e p a r tm e n t (over 25 m e n in line), Lakeview; 2nd Best Appearing D e p a rtm e n t (over 25 men in line), G reenport; Best A p p e a ring D e p a r t­ m e n t ^ n d e r 25 m e n in line) Ridge; 2nd Best A p p e a ring D e p a rtm e n t (under 25 men in line) Mattituck; Best Apearing F.D. Ladies Auxiliary, Riverhead; 2nd Best A p p e a ring F.D. Ladies Auxiliary, Orient; Best Fire­ m e n 's Band, Setauket; 2nd Best Firem e n 's Band, Port J e f ferson; Best Junior F.D. Sponsored Band, G r e e n ­ port; Best Musical Unit, Southold American Legion; 2nd Best Musical Unit, W a d ing River. Guests at a house party of Mrs. M arjorie Rapp on J u ly 4 were M r. a n d M rs. David M a c s k im mney of Elm ­ hurst, Mr. and M rs. Joseph Fischer, Mr. and M rs. William Zebrowski, Mrs. Ann W e im e r of Richmond Hill, and Miss Eileen Thornton. Visiting M iss Thornton for the w e e k e n d was M iss Lilias Prendeville of Bayside, Queens, and she also attended Miss R a p p 's party. Bake Sale and southern fried chicken will be available at Shiloh Baptist Church, North Road, Satur­ day, July 12, 9:30 - 1. Political Roundup Suffolk C o u n ty’s two freshm e n Democratic C o n g ressm e n “ v o ted for heavy federal spending but against paying for that sp e n d i n g ,’’ Suffolk Republican Chairm a n Edwin M. Schwenk charged. “ With the usual consistency for which the Democratic Party is fam o u s, Reps. Jerom e A mbro and Thom a s Downey voted on M ay 1 for budget resolution H. Con. Res. 218, calling for $368.2-billion in federal spending and a $70-billion budget deficit,’’ S chwenk said. “ But on J u n e 24, both voted against H .R. 8030, an increase in the national debt limit m a d e necessary by the increased spending and deficit for which they voted.” Attacks Carey’s Summer Plan Governor C a r e y ’s p lan to move his office a n d key e x ecutive s taff a ides to a resort a r e a for the sum m e r , Shelter Island near the G o v e rnor’s sum m e r residence, was term e d by Republican State Chairman Richard M. R o s e n ­ baum as “ a nose-thum b ing gesture at the sta t e ’s taxpayers.” “ T h e Governor is ordering parks closed and cutbacks in park and recreation services that serve the average family, yet at the sam e time he is s p e n d ing tax dollars to transfer his office and key aides to a sum m e r retreat that happens to be c o n v e n ient to the G o v e rnor’s sum m e r resi­ d e n c e , ” Rosenbaum said. Rosenbaum reported that Carey has leased a two-story building for offices a short distance from his own sum m e r residence and key aides on the G o v e rnor’s staff reportedly will move into resort properties conveni­ ent to the new office-retreat on Shelter Island. Breuer Replaces Hope The East H a m p ton Town Dem o ­ cratic Com m ittee has nam e d a top aide of Democratic Supervisor J u d i th Hope to run in her place for the top town post in the N o v e m b e r elections. M rs. Hope, who had accepted the nomination in M ay, o n J u n e 30 p u lled out of the race, stating she w o u ldn’t run for a second term because of the tim e it took away from her family, but instead would seek to run for a Councilm a n ’s position. The Democratic C o m m ittee, m e e t ­ ing last week, nam e d Sandra Breuer, 38, Supervisor H o p e ’s assistant, to run for Supervisor. She’ll face E u ­ gene H a a s , presently a Town Tax Assessor, who heads a slate nam e d by the Republicans earlier. The Com m ittee also nam e d M rs. Hope a Councilman candidate, re­ placing Russell Coughlin, nam e d to the ticket in May. From Town Justice G>urts Southold Justice Court Disposition of cases before Judge Louis D e m a rest, Southold Town, included: A. Kousountidis o f W o o d side fined $10 for h aving disobeyed a stop sign; Michael J. Salvatore, Mattituck, received a $15 fine for speeding; John M. C a rter of J a m e s p o r t was charged with petit larceny and re­ quested time to get a lawyer. He was released in his own recognisance for a July 18 appearance. Riverhead Town Justice Court W ith Justice G. Richard M anning presiding the following disposition was made: M a tthew Gordon, arrested on charges of a s s a u lt and driving while im p a ired, pleaded guilty to both charges. He was fined $250 on the assault charge and $ 1()0 on the driving while im p a ired charge. Southampton Justice Court Four young people, arrested Sun­ day by s t a te police, w e re all charged with m isdem e a n o r and felony drug counts M o n d ay in Southam p ton Town Justice Court. Phillip Botto, 21, o f C linton, Conn., and Ronald Rosenthal, 24, o f Astoria, Queens, w e re r e leased on $1,000 bail each by Southam p ton Town Justice Edwin Berkery. Their girl friends, Mimi Miller, 22, of Anchorage, Kentucky, a n d Ann Richie, 26, also o f A n c h o rage, w e re jailed by Judge Berkery in lieu of $1,000 bail. How­ ever, Botto and Rosenthal, as they left the court room, said they would seek more funds to get the girls released on bail. The four were stopped Sunday morning by s tate police for speeding. A search of the car, and the arrests followed. State police said they con­ fiscated a variety of d r u g s , including cocaine, marijuana, hashish, and various pills, term e d “ u p p e r s ” and \dow n e r s ” . State police Sunday also arrested Thomas Quinn, 19, of Seaford, after stopping him for a routine traffic check, and then charged him with possession of m a rijuana, and en ­ dangering the life and health of a child. He h a d two y o u n g g irls, a g e s 15 and 16, in the car with him, state police said. Quinn was released on $100 bail by Judge Berkery Monday. And Southam p ton Town Police made a drug arrest, picking up Charles Jones, 26, of Dix HiHs, at about 1 a.m . M o n d ay. He was held overnight on m isdem e a n o r drug charges (m arijuana) and was re ­ leased on $50 bail by Jud g e Berkery Monday. All of those arrested must face future court action. DUPLICATE SCORES The North Fork Bridge Club held their weekly duplicate July 1. W in­ ners w e re, N-S, (1) B a r b a r a Edeen-L Clark (2) Lillian Kessler-D Schissel (3) T ina Christie-Joe Saland; winners E-W, (1) M ildred and Joe Laughlins (2) Len Jacoby-Joe M a r d a n e y (3) M a d . Pille-Tom Mayer. ) Visit the UNUSUAL Antique Shop! BBGBKS IITIAWg Irtn a is b a c k ! O u r beloved hen w h o lays w o o d e n eggs in th e w in d o w u n d e r the y e llo w a w n in g . C o m e see h e r and a ll th e lo v e ly old treasures on d isplay. F o r yo u te a - lo v e r s : a collection of fas c in a ting teapots, m a n y cups and saucers, in c lu d in g p in k lu s tre , tea straine rs and caddies. H o o k e d rugs. W a s h s t a n d of c h e r r y and pine. F o r y o u r gam e ro o m , an a u th e n tic six -fo o t brass r a i l ! U n d e r the Y e l l o w A w n in g 210 M a i n S tre e t, G r e e n p o r t A n tiq u e s B o u g h t and Sold M o n . - S a t. 10-4 T e l . 477-1160 M e m b e r N A D A '■■g ----- I — — — ■ ---- ■ » For the most complete selection of: Lamps - Lighting Fixtures Lampshiades - Gifts Cards Gift Wrap Party Items FRQHNHCEFER! Main Road, Southold 7652100 PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIO & CAMERA SHOP COLOR PORTRAITS •• WEDDINGS Movie \ Still Cameras Pri)jcctors Enlargers f^lash A O ther Accessories ' Albums Fram e s & Miuints Supplies Dc\clopinj> PrintiDg Dark Rmmi Ivquipniciit Tucs. - Sal.: 10 - 5 North Rd. & Horton's Laiic SOUTHOLD 765-5777 PICKWICK SHOPPE ANTIQUES - FUPN'TURE BRIC A BRAC AND WARE BOUGHI^AIOTdLD WE BUY C O N T E I^ bi^ HOMES Appraisals Ruth & Herman Hering Props. Tel. 516-765-3158 West Main Road, Southold, L.L 11971 Hear Ye! Hear Ye! GOOD NEWS! Treasnre Exchange Annnal Lawn Sale July 12 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. (Rain Date July 19) TREASURES galore...antiques, silver, crystal, china, furniture, pictures, mirrors - TREASURES you may find you can't live without! TREASURE EXCHANGE in THOMAS MOORE House, Southold Historical Society grounds, Main Road, Southold. Galley~Ho Everyday 5-10 p.m. A y USS H O L L A N D . 5 A N D W O R T H no rth ★ 18 OZ. PORTERHOUSE OR N.Y. SIRLOIN STEAK $4.25 ★ BROILED STUFFED 11/2 LB. LOBSTER 5.95 FRESH FISH OF THE DAY--------------------------------------------------2.95 FRIED BAY SC A L L O P S ------------------------------------------------------ 3.50 BROILED LAMB CHOPS ( 2 ) ------------------------------------------------ 5 .95 lO-OZ N Y STRIP STEAK SANDWICH --------------- ----------------3.75 All the above served with our Home Baked Bread, Salad and Coffee Dinner Menu Features Other Such Items As ^ ► O u r Fam o u s Fresh Lobster-Meat-in-Butter-Sauce ^ ^ S o ft Shell C r a b s '^Jum b o Lobster Tails ^^H o m e m a d e New England Clam Chowder ^ ^ l a m s on the H a lf Shell-^Steam e r s and Much More. Enjoy a Fantastic Meal at Our Low Prices While Overlooking Scenic Peconic Bay. For further information call 734-5330 Site of the United States’ First Submarine Base Located On Peconic Bay [North Fori( Shipyard] Galley l4o Restaurant, New Suffolk. N.Y. 734-5330 Dean Blaiitie, Prop. I i

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