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The Long Island traveler-watchman. (Southold, Long Island, N.Y.) 1975-1990, August 07, 1975, Image 2

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PAGE TWO LONG ISLAND TRAVELER-WATCHMAN THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1975 Sculptor To Exhibit ^(;w EntTSfflce OpcnBil To Town Disposal Area A n d L e c t u r e “ Momimcntal, Color. Ideals\ these three them e s are built into the wood a n d plaster sculptoral c o n s truc­ tions of Robert Joyce that you will see on display at C u s ter this Sunday night. The Esthetic Animal and the Modern Environment is the subject of Joyce’s slide-lecture. in this final program of the Sum m e r Arts and Sciences Scries. Joyce will show art murals from the past and around the world, contrasting them with our dehum a n ized c ityscapes. In his theory of man. the arts arc advanced as the key to the n a ture o f man; \M a n differs from the animal by his n e e d for a rt and b e a u t y . \ The c a u s e s a n d c u res o f o ur cultural-environment crisis will be discussed. On hand will be copies of The Esthetic Animal, a recently p u b lished book by Robert Joyce, resident of Shelter Island, illustrated with draw ­ ings by the author, and the result of many years of intensive research. David Shapiro calls it a “ treatise quite outside the usual books on esthetics\. Langston H u g h e s credits Joyce with helping to break through the racist exclusiveness of the arts: and Maxwell G e is m a r refers to the bookas \ a most v a luable contribution to our thinking tod a y . \ Come early to view both the sculpture e xhibit o f J o y c e ’s polychro­ matic works a n d the c u rr e n t gallery of paintings by George Francis M c ­ Adams. The program begins at 8:30 pm. Donations are $2 for a d u lts, and $1 for vouth under 16. Registration In Southold School Registration for s t u d e n ts planning to a ttend Southold Schools for the first time s tarting Septem b e r 1975 will take place August 13, 14 and 15. Students who plan to enroll in grades K-8 should see Mr. Presby, Middle School c o u n selor in the South- old Middle School Office. Mr. Presby will be available on the above dates from 9 a .m . until 12 a n d from 1 p .m. until 2 p.m. Students who will be entering grades 9-12 should see Mr. Dawson, counselor, in the High School Guid­ ance Office. He will be in the office from 9 until 12 a .m . and from 1 until 2 p.m. on those dates shown above. Families with questions or special concern may p h o n e the Middle School Office a t 765-3330 o f the High School Guidance Office at 765-9200 ext. 9. In o rder to insure a d e q u a t e supplies of texts, materials, a n d equipm e n t, it is important that new registrants arrange to meet with the counselor at the times specified. M e t h o d i s t T o H o l d V a c a t i o n S c h o o l The United M e thodist Church of Riverhead is accepting registrations for the vacation school being held August 11 through August 22. W e e k ­ day sessions will begin at 9 a .m . and end at 11:30 a.m ., at the M e thodist Church Parish Hall. The them e for the school this year is \G o d , Me and W h e re I Live.\ Teaching material is published as an ecumenical endeavor, and the school is open to all regardless of church affiliation. There will be a registration fee of $1 per child, or $5 per family. Children ages three through junior high are eligible to attend. Daily sessions will include music, stories, crafts, gam e s and refreshm e n ts . For registration information, call the church office a t 727-2327, or Mrs. Newton at 727-2396. ! Visit the UNUSUAL Antique Shop! HUCIHKS AlVTIQOKg F a s c i n a t i n g . . . o l d . . . b u t n e w to u s ! D e l i c a t e a n t i q u e w a s h s t a n d in p i n e . W o o d - g r a i n e d T o l e s e a m a n ’s c h e s t , d a t e d 1820 a n d s i g n e d “ C o y l e ” ( G r e e n p o r t ? ) . L o v e l y c h i l d ' s c h a i r in m a p l e w i t h r u s h se a t . F o r h o t s u m m e r d a y s , L i m o g e s ice c r e a m s e t s of p l a t t e r s a n d p l a t e s . R a r e S t e r e o s c o p e slid e s o f W o r l d W a r L D o z e n R o y a l D o u l t o n T i f f a n y g o l d a n d w h i t e 9 ” Iw n c h e o n p l a t e s . U n d e r th e Y e l l o w A w n i n g 210 M a i n S t r e e t , G r e e n p o r t A n t i q u e s B o u g h t a n d S o l d M o n . - S a t . 10-4 T e l . 477-1160 M e m b e r N A D A The new access road, opposite a new cross-over for eastbound traffic on Route 27, has no homes to be disturbed by disposal area traffic but does have trees on the winding roadway. Even a p ublic dum p can be beauti­ fied to s o me e x tent if y o u r work at it. The Southold Town Highway De­ partm e n t h a s b e e n working on and off for o v er a y e a r to upgrade the tow n ’s land fill and disposal area at Cutch- ogue.T h e results of its labors were revealed on Friday, A u g u s t 1, with the opening o f a n e w e n t r a n c e roadway to 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 vjith thousands of unusual and decorative nautical gifts, ship's lights, marine paintings, and a host of other things of the seeu PRESTON’S at Mata Street Wfcirf GnMport. L m | lataadl N.Y. the much used facility. The opening, unm a rked by a rib- bon-cutting o r other c eremony, was a highly satisfactory e v e n t for Superin­ tendent Ray Dean and probably even more so for householders on Tiithill Road who h a v e patiently e n d u r e d the passage of d u m p - b o u n d traffic, aver­ aging more than 600 c a rs and trucks daily, seven days a week, for many years. There arc no houses on the new access road, located a few hundred feet to the cast, opposite a new cross overforeastbound traffic on Route 27, obligingly constructed by the SC Public Works D e p a rtm e n t. There are trees on e ither side of the winding roadway, and substantial areas of open land bordering it as well as the entire frontage o f a b o u t 200 feet, have been seeded in grass, giving the entrance a pleasing park-like a p ­ pearance. The project was over a year in the making, mainly because other road work had higher priorities but also to give the m a c a d a mized roadbed time to settle and the grass time to grow. Two recent c o ats o f road oil c o mpleted the surfacing job, and the sod. while burned by hot, dry weather, will green up, come fall. The evergreens along the roadway were acquired without cost from a Greenport w a ter departm e n t planting that needed thinning, and the entire project was accomplished at minimum expense. While the Tuthill Road route was shorter a n d more direct and the new roadway has two nearly right angle turns, dum p users are generally favorable in their com m e n ts on the change, according to the town em ­ ployees who operate the facility. Signs limiting s p e e d are to be posted shortly. Zack’s Lane is the nam e of the VOJVODA’S C A S U A L W E A R 2 5 % O F F Ladies’ Pant Suits Halters Blouses Jeans Shorts Shells Men’s Leisure Suits Dress Pants Sport Shirts First Dry Cleaning FREE on any garment purchased Vo/voda’s Cleaners and Casual Wear 712 East M a in St. Riverhead 727-2432 Photo by Peter Stevens access road and a sign so designat­ ing it h a s been installed on Route 27. Incidentally, the nam e honors a long-time employee of the highway departm e n t and one of its foremen. He is Stanley “ Z a c k ” Januskewicz, who, together with his men, did much of the work on the im p rovement. With the acquisition of 25 acres of land in the middle 1960s, the tow n ’s holding was e n larged to more than 35 acres, providing disposal space for many y e a rs. The recycling of much of the solid wastes will p robably extend its use almost to the end of the century. The e n tire durtip a rea is now enclosed by a 6-foot-high cyclone fence. P u s h e s A u g u s t 2 6 F a r m V o t e Suffolk Republican Executive John V.N. Klein says he will continue pushing for his farm lands preserva­ tion program despite a reported lack of support by his own GOP col­ leagues on the County Legislature. He is seeking authorization to borrow $60 million througl|l<he 'Sale of b o n d s of indebtedness in order I'o p u rchase the \developm e n t r i g h ts” on 13,000 acres of farmland, most of it situated in the county’s East End. The nratter is to be brought before the 18 m e m b e r legislature at its August 26 meeting in Riverhead. ^ e wiJI need 12 v o tes from the board of 12 Republicans and 6 Democrats. Mario is happy to announce the GRAND OPENING o f Guys and Dolls Unisex Hairstyling Featuring Full Family Service at Harrow’s Shopping Center, Riverhead Mario, formerly of Paul Michell, New York City and Coiffure Du Jour, Kiverhead, will announce his opening date and special next week. 1 Galley—Ho Everyday 5-10 p.m. WORTH VO n o r t h ★ 1 8 O Z . P O R T E R H O U S E S T E A K $ 4 . 2 5 ★ B R O I L E D S T U F F E D I V 2 L B . L O B S T E R 5 . 9 5 FRESH FISH OF THE D A Y --------------------------------------2.95 FRESH SHRIMP SCAMPI--------------------------------------- — 5.50 FRIED BAY SCALLOPS------------------------------------------- 3 .50 BROILED LAMB CHOPS (2)________________________5.95 lO OZ N Y STRIP STEAK SANDW ICH ----------------- 3.75 S a t u r d a y & S u n d a y N i g h t S p e c i a l s P R I M E R I B S O F B E E F $ 4 . 7 5 K T F J R A S A & S A U E R K R A U T $ 3 . 9 5 All the above served with our Home Baked Bread,' Salad and Coffee D i n n e r M e n u F e a t u r e s O t h e r S u c h I t e m s A s Our F a m o u s Fresh Lobster-M e a t-in-Butter-Sauce Soft Shell Crabs Jum b o Lobster Tails H o m e m a d e New E n g land Clam Chowder Clams on the H a lf S h e l l ^ S t e a m e r s and Much More. M A M O « CurcHOfrue eUNklNO Enjoy a Fantastic Meal at Our Low Prices While Overlooking Scenic Peconic Bay. Site of the United States’ First Submarine Base Located On Peconic Bay [North Forit Shipyard] Gailey Ho Restaurant, New Suffoilc, N.Y. 734-5330 Dean Biailcie, Prop.

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