Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fine and family, for-
merly of Rider Avenue, have moved into
their new home on Barton Avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hodge of Wilstan
Avenue attended the Mets game at Shea
stadium, Saturday night. On Monday, they
left for a week’s vacation in Vermont.
Recently wed were Mr. and Mrs. William
E. Pringle, who were married at 4 p.m. Aug.
30 in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel R.C. Church,
Patchogue by the Rev. Saverio C. Mattei.
The bride is the former Miss Barbara Ann
Musso of Patchogue.
At Fort Dix, N.J., basic training has just
been completed by Private George Arcuri of
Patchogue. After a two-week furlough, he
will report to Camp Gordon in Georgia for
assignment to the military police.
Cadet R. J. Bush, son of Mr. and Mrs. R.J.
Bush of Patchogue, was selected last spring
to serve in this year’s Training Cadre at
The Citadel in Charleston, S.C. The Cadre
is composed of specially qualified cadets,
mostly seniors who hold important posi-
tions within the Corps of Cadets, who are
requested to return to the military college
early in the fall to train incoming freshmen.
Members of the Cadre reported Sept. 1
and underwent intensified instruction in
preparation for the arrival of new freshmen Tuesday.
In the final playoff game for Brookha-
ven Town Recreation Over 28 Slow-Pitch
championship, Brookhaven Asphalt defeated
Carlson Homes 12-8 in the winner-take-
all finale at North Bellport. Brookhaven
Asphalt team members included Ray
McLean, Stan Cox, Mickey Mingino, Bill
Lanyi, Felix Mancuso, Adam Dobrie, Bud
Corwin, Bob Brouwer, Tom Murphy, Sherm
Walker, Del Havens, Irv Coleman, Rudy
Avitabile and Bill Kasnowski. Jim Coleman
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miskoski of East
Patchogue flew Friday by jet to spend the
Labor Day holidays at the Caribe Hilton
Hotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico, where they
celebrated their 13th wedding anniversary.
Robert May, son of Mr. and Mrs. Werner
May of East Patchogue, who plays cornet,
reported to Indiana University Tuesday for
the beginning of the two-week band camp
held each year since 1956 for I.U.’s March-
ing Hundred Band. The first appearance of
the 1964 Marching Hundred will be Sept.
26, when I.U.’s Fighting Hoosiers open the
football season against Northwestern.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Logan Corwin of Bellport
celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary
Saturday at their home on Bellport
Lane. Eighty-five guests were present. A
catered buffet luncheon was served. Mr.
and Mrs. Corwin have two sons, Wilbur Ray-
mond Corwin of Bellport, an experimental
machinist at Brookhaven National Laboratory,
and Schuyler Lawrence Corwin, a
partner in Brookhaven Asphalt Company,
11 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Arriving in Germany to serve with the
Seventh Army are twin brothers, Privates
Nicholas C. and Charles F. Satterley of Bellport.
They are machinists in the 661st Transportation
Company of the group’s 205th
Transportation Battalion near Munich.
Mrs. Theodore Arthur of Bellport left
Sept. 1 for Scotland, where she will visit
relatives in Argyll for two weeks.
The Brookhaven Junior Fire Department
attended their final tournament of the sea-
son Saturday afternoon at East Islip. The
boys are coached by Murray Fink and Frederick
Gillespie. The junior fire department
will continue with their firematic and first
aid training during the coming months.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Weinstock of Beaver
Dam Road and their children, Deborah,
Judith and Daniel, have just returned from
a months’ vacation, which was spent at a
campsite at Grand Teton, Wyoming.
Mr. and Mrs. George Brush and family of
Blue Point spent last week vacationing at
Bayberry Dunes on Great South Beach.
Jacqueline Doyen Pfeiffer will be grad-
uated from St. John’s Episcopal School
of Nursing, Brooklyn, today. She has just
completed the three-year diploma degree
in nursing. Mrs. Pfeiffer, formerly of Mas-
tic and now residing in Sayville, will be
employed as a staff nurse at Brookhaven
Memorial Hospital, East Patchogue.
For the first time in 20 years the Bay-
port Fire Department will sponsor a
juvenile fire department. The organization
will be open to all boys living in the
Bayport Fire District.
Martin Auerbach of Bay Shore has
been named named director of development
of Adelphi College at Sayville
by Dr. Paul Dawson Eddy, president of
Forty-eight scouts and explorers from
Sayville’s Boy Scout Troop 100 represented
the largest group from Suffolk to
ever attend Camp Baiting Hollow in its
33 years of operation.
The Sayville Cooperative Play School
will move its quarters from the Community
House to the St. Anne’s Sunday
School cottage on South Main Street.
The new quarters will provide more
adequate space for the students and will
enable the school to accept three more
children, bringing the total registration to 30.
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan St. Louis of Hol-
brook entertained a “going away” party
for their son, Bryan Jr., who is starting
his freshman year at Brockport State
The 3rd annual Babylon Invitational
Marlin and Tuna Tournament was held
last week over the course of three days,
with 39 boats participating and repre-
senting 14 angler associations, includ-
ing the Oakdale Sportsman’s Club. The
tournament ranks as one of the most
popular and important on the Atlantic Seaboard.
Fred Horn was elected commodore of
the Wet Pants Association at the annual
meeting of the local racing club at the
Shoreham pavilion. He succeeds George Peek.
The Lake Ronkonkoma Cardinals
defeated the Jamaica Travelers in both
ends of a doubleheader, 7-2 and 8-2.
Pitcher Bob Mische held the visitors to
seven hits in the second game.
An outdoor ice skating rink to be located
in Hauppauge on Veterans Memorial
Highway as a means to combat the
rise of juvenile crime in Suffolk was
met with approval of police and school
officials. The idea originated with Mrs.
Edward Vogel, of St. James.
A new Voodoo jet recently acquired by
Westhampton Air Force Base was seen
streaking through the sunlit sky at the
The Sayville Musical Workshop opens
its new season of hit plays with “Wonderful
Town.” Rita Vassallo, a happy
mother and wife in real life, will play the
lead role of Ruth, who belts out a song
entitled, “100 Ways to Lose a Man.”
Miss Leona Slager, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Slager of Rollstone Ave.,
West Sayville, will receive her diploma
at the commencement exercises of the
Central Islip School of Nursing.
Playing this week at the Patchogue The-
atre: “Becket,” starring Richard Burton and
Peter O’Toole; at the Rialto Theatre: “Look-
ing for Love,” with Connie Francis and Jim
Hutton; and at the Shirley Drive-In: Sophia
Loren in “Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow.”
The Summer Monday Night Mixed League
of Maggio’s Bowling Alley held their annual
dinner dance at Lands End in Sayville Satur-
day. After the dinner, trophies and awards
Miss Jean Pagel of Patchogue has returned
to her home after spending two weeks at Fort
Hood, Texas, where she was the guest of
Major and Mrs. Donald J. Pagel. While there,
she visited many places of interest, including
a trip to Mexico.
Airman 2/c and Mrs. William Stevenson
announce the birth of a son, William Stuart
Stevenson II, at Keesler Air Force Base, Biloxi.
Miss. Mrs. Stevenson is the former Miss Terry
Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith of
River Avenue. Airman Stevenson is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stevenson Sr. of BaileyAvenue.
Miss Judi Dioguardo, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Dioguardo of Highland Avenue, has
entered her freshman year at Southampton
College of Long Island University at Southampton.
Mrs. Richard Froelich of River Avenue has
entered St. Luke’s Hospital School of Nursing
for her senior year.
Mr. and Mrs. Dominick Monaco of Washington
Avenue announce the engagement of
their daughter, Mary, to Edward Brown, son
of Mrs. Josephine Brown of Smith Street. Miss
Monaco is employed by the Union Free School
District 24. Her fiancé is employed by the
South Bay Fish Market, Patchogue.
Newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gannone,
who were married in Our Lady of Mt.
Carmel R.C. Church, Patchogue, Sept. 6. The
bride is the former Miss Verna Greco of Patchogue.
Miss Ann Bronwen Job, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Maxwell M. Small of Bellport, has been
named to the Dean’s List for the fall term of
1964-65 at William Smith College in Geneva.
Miss Job is a graduate of Bellport High School,
where she was in the National Honor Society
and on the yearbook and literary magazine
staff. A senior this year, she has sung in the
college’s choral group, Schola Cantorum.
The Couples Club of the Bellport Methodist
Church will host its first fall meeting at the
church at 8 p.m. tomorrow. Host couples will
be Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Moller and Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Bishop.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Regalmuto of North How-
ells Point Road celebrated their 15th wedding
anniversary Saturday night at the Shore Club
in Sayville with the following friends: Mr. and
Mrs. Tony Regalmuto Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Perino Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Al Cappalli, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Brouwer, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Brown, of Bellport; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Murphy
of East Patchogue; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cos-
tanzo of Patchogue; and Mr. and Mrs. Leverett
Hulse Jr. of Holtsville.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dominy of Titus Lane
drove their son, Matthew, to Lawrenceville,
N.J. Monday to resume his studies at Lawrenceville School.
Mrs. Harold Schwarz and Mrs. Michael McK-
eown will represent the Bellport League of
Women Voters this afternoon for Citizenship
Day at the New York World’s Fair.
Miss Susan Holland of Academy Lane was
guest of honor at a surprise bridal shower
Friday night at which nearly 30 guests were
present. Mrs. James Smith of Bayport and Mrs.
Martin Kerins of South Howells Point Road
were hostesses and the shower was held at the
latter’s home. Miss Holland will be married to
John Doxsee of Islip at Mary Immaculate R.C.
Church this winter.
Travis Rauch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Travis
Rauch of South Howells Point Road, has completed
his boot training at Great Lakes Naval
Training Center in Illinois, and will begin training
to become an electronics technician.
Robert, Kathleen and Maureen Bonner, son
and daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hawthorne
of Brookhaven, have just returned from
spending a two-week vacation in Maine with
their paternal grandmother, Mrs. Bonner.
Frederick and Charles Sherman, sons of Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick Sherman of Beaver Dam
Road, will be leaving for college next week.
Frederick will be attending Coe College at
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Charles will be attend-
ing Storm King School at Cornwell-on-Hudson.
The Rev. Constantine Theodore, pastor of
St. John’s Greek Orthodox Church, Blue Point,
and Mrs. Anna Lagumis, chairman of the Cadil-
lac Award, presented the Cadillac to the win-
ners, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Giaccone of Lake
Ronkonkoma, Aug. 29 at St. John’s annual ball.
Miss Janet Seibus of Blue Point has left for
Boulder, Colo., where she will take a year’s
course in advanced nursing.
Friday night, an end-of-the-season get-to-
gether was held at the Blue Point Beach with
a cookout for all the summer residents. At
the same time, an electric can opener was
presented to Mr. and Mrs. William Ritchie as
a going-away present, as they will be leaving
soon for Florida.
Chuck steak or roast, 39c pound; McIntosh
apples, 3-pound bag, 29c; grape jelly, 2
24-ounce jars, 89c; orange chiffon cake, 49c.
Finast Supermarket, Patchogue.
A blaze on Sunday destroyed the unoccu-
pied Macrose Lumber Company shed at 536
East Main Street, Patchogue. Prior to the
Macrose occupancy of the structure, the shed
had been used by the Grover Lumber Com-
pany, said North Patchogue Fire Department
Chief Robert Cristman. He said there were
“no clues” as to how the fire started.
Miss Joan Haab returned to Southamp-
ton College for her sophomore year, Satur-
day. During the summer vacation, Miss Haab
toured eight countries in Europe with her
mother, Mrs. Henry C. Haab of Laurel Street
and later attended Aquatic School in Ham-
monsport at the Elms Camp.
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Davies of Jayne Ave-
nue celebrated their 50th wedding anniversa-
ry Saturday night at the Better ‘Ole, Brookha-
ven, with their sons and their wives, Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick Davies of East Patchogue and
Mr. and Mrs. William Davies of Patchogue.
Bishop Miles McKeon. Bishop of Perth,
Australia, was a recent visitor at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. John Needham of Lake Street.
Bishop McKeon, who was on his way to
Rome, Italy, is a cousin of Mr. Needham.
Fifth Precinct police dispersed Friday eve-
ning a crowd of students, estimated at 700
in number, that congregated in the center of
Patchogue on Main Street and Ocean Ave-
nue. Police said the large number of men
and women had gathered in connection with
high school fraternity and sorority initiations.
Eggs and pies were thrown, police said, but
there was no evidence of vandalism being
Just wed are Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Tew,
who were married Sept. 13 in St. Joseph the
Worker R.C. Church, East Patchogue. The
bride is the former Miss Jo Ann Gazzola of
East Patchogue. Miss Judy Fuoco of East
Patchogue was maid of honor. James Hunter
of East Patchogue was best man.
The recent birthday of Mrs. William A. Mur-
phy of East Patchogue was celebrated at a
dinner party at home with Mr. Murphy, a son-
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Brendel and son, Anthony, of Hollis.
Miss Carol Lomicky, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Lomicky of East Patchogue,
entered the State University College at Platts-
burg and is majoring in home economics.
Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Schiffer of Bellport have
returned from a three weeks’ tour of Europe.
They stopped at Copenhagen, Stockholm,
Hamburg, Heidelberg, Paris and London.
Miss Betsy Baker of Bellport has taken a
position with the Equitable Life Assurance
Society as claims computer and is attending
evening classes at the New School for Social
Research, New York City.
Malcolm Johnson of Country Club Road
drove to Providence, R.I. Friday with his son,
Arthur, who is starting his sophomore year
at Brown University. Mr. Johnson returned
home Monday after visiting for the weekend
with the Rev. and Mrs. Robert Schacht of
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Capicotta of Bieselin
Road have returned from two weeks’ vaca-
tion at Miami Beach, Fla. While there, they
became acquainted with a couple, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Pollack of South Country Road,
Bellport, and the four of them went on a four-
day cruise to Nassau.
Miss Gail Singer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Al Singer of Woodacres Road, is one of 70
Peace Corps volunteers who flew Tuesday
from Kennedy International Airport to Africa.
The group was to land at Dar Es Salaam,
capital of Tanganyika, where its members will
take an orientation course before separating
to begin work in all parts of the country.
On Tuesday, Richard Wiswall, Keith Row-
elly, Alfred Nelson, Norman Nelson, Michael
McKeown and Robert Ince, all of Brookhav-
en, were aboard a chartered boat that viewed
the American Cup race off Montauk Point.
Enjoying a few days’ leave at the home of
his parents recently was Private 1/c James
Schleyer, son of Postmaster and Mrs. Johm
Schleyer of Medford. He is stationed at Alex-
Mr. and Mrs. John Masem and family of
Medford attended the Ice Capades in New
York City Saturday.
Jack Liebowitz of Oregon Avenue, Med-
ford, suffered a laceration under his chin
Sunday when the horse he was riding on
Oregon Avenue bolted and threw him to the
ground. Fifth Precinct Patrolman Heinrich
Thode transported the injured to Brookhaven
Miss Gail Mansfield of Shirley, who was
recently crowned the 1964 Beauty Queen
of Brookhaven Laboratory, left Sept. 3 for
an extended European tour. She will visit
France, England and Austria. Miss Mansfield
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Man-
sfield of Sportsman Drive.
Miss Linda Jean Lang, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. Wilson Lang of Laurel Street,
is a nursing student at the Columbia-Pres-
byterian Medical Center in New York City.
The bar mitzvah of Mark Silverman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Silverman of Everett
Street, took place Sept. 19 at Temple Beth
El, Patchogue. Immediately following the
service, refreshments were served to the
congregation at the temple, after which a
buffet was held at the Silverman home for
immediate family and friends. Later in the
evening, a reception and dinner was held in
Mark’s honor at the Four Seasons Country
Club in Woodbury, with 70 guests present.
Miss Lillian Anderson of Patchogue will
represent the Young Republican Club of
Brookhaven Town in the upcoming beau-
ty contest for Miss Republican of Suffolk
County. The countywide contest entered
the semi-final stage this week.
The fourth annual Boy Scout retreat for
boys of the Catholic faith in Suffolk County
was held Saturday and Sunday at the CYO
Twin Camps in Mattituck. Boy Scouts of
Troop 5, sponsored by the His and Her Club
of the Patchogue Methodist Church, that
attended were James Kosh, Richard Krieg-
er, George Schordine, Gary Zeloga, James
Zeloga, Lee Zeloga and Kenneth Valenti, all
Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Payne of Clark
Street celebrated their 25th wedding anni-
versary at a party for 60 relatives and
friends at the Domino Yacht Club, East
Patchogue, Sept. 19. Among those pres-
ent were Mrs. Payne’s mother, Mrs. Mary
Worthington; Charles F. Payne, who was
his brother’s best man at the wedding; and
Mrs. Henry Worthington, who was maid of
Honeymooning are Mr. and Mrs. Edward
J. McFadden Jr., who were married at Our
Lady of the Snow R.C. Church, Blue Point,
Saturday afternoon. The bride is the former
Miss Carol Lee Castro of Patchogue.
Mr. and Mrs. William Reynolds and chil-
dren, Joanne and Christopher, have recent-
ly moved to a new home on Beaver Court,
Brookhaven. Mr. Reynolds is chairman of
the English department at Bellport High
School. The Reynolds’ house at 13 George
Court, Bellport, has been bought by Mr.
and Mrs. Alvin Zivitz, who moved here from
East Patchogue with their two children,
Ellen and Peggy. Mr. Zivitz is a fifth-grade
teacher at the Kreamer Street School.
Miss Diane Carter was married to Aubrey
Williams at the home of the bride’s mother,
Mrs. Elizabeth Carter of North Bellport Sat-
urday afternoon. The Rev. Elliot Travalee
Peter Mengler and a group of his school
friends enjoyed a lawn party given by his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mengler of
Circuit Road, Saturday afternoon in cele-
bration of his 8th birthday.
Miss Bree Binnington of Brown’s Lane
and Miss Linda Love of Bellport Lane spent
a few days last week in New York City,
where they stayed with Mr. and Mrs. John
The following Bellporters rendezvoused
with their boats at Moriches Inlet this
weekend: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Streit; Mrs.
George Cox and Mr. and Mrs. George Roes-
er; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon O’Rourke; Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Paige; Mr. and Mrs. David H.
Lanman and Lawrence Grean and children,
Charles and Lauren. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Nelson of Brookhaven also joined them.
Dr. and Mrs. Louis Scordamaglia of
Brookhaven recently returned from attend-
ing a convention at Pocono Manor in Penn-
Mrs. Milton Bevis of Blue Point enter-
tained the Sit and Sew Club members at her
home on Sept. 23. Mrs. William Stevens was
welcomed as a new member.
Sally Christensen, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Eric Christensen of Medford, has start-
ed her freshman year at State University at
Mr. and Mrs. William G. Reid of Center
Moriches announce the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Maryann Reid, to Ronald
Bernstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ber-
nstein of Center Moriches.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lukert of Center
Moriches celebrated their 33rd wedding
anniversary Sept. 26 with a small dinner
party at their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kraft, formerly of
Patchogue, are now residing on Boxwood
Drive in Shirley.
Prices of chicken and turkey will be
favorable for consumers this fall as supplies
of both are above those of last year.
Playing this week at the Patchogue The-
atre: “Woman of Straw,” with Gina Lollo-
brigida and Sean Connery; at the Rialto The-
atre: Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton
in “Cleopatra” and at the Shirley Drive-In:
Frankie Avalon in “Bikini Beach.”