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Page 8.Gptcmbor 7; 3.950 '.•'" In ?792, The UiMed Sto#t: Government pur< chowd 10 ocrea of hmd o* #hb EoAent e* humify 6* Long @;kmd foy Ugh#hou?e pur-po**;, 4 EraeHon of the light fewer we* com* plated J« 17*5 on whpt Is known w "Turtle HMI" at o eo*f of $22,300,00 IvJany fact* dealing wlfh +hl* *eHe*' "FIRSTS ON LONG ISLAND" are xupplled by Brookhaven Town Hl*+orlcal Record*. # * # HILL S i* olwoy* Tha in Foods ot *#*#*******»*»******** I BEECHNUT Grocery pHcw effective oofl! claw of bu*ln#M: Tweq., Sept. Moot*, produce <md Dairy price* for weekend only. STRAINED FOODS CAMPBELL'S BONBLBSS CROSS RIB RQAST LWS OP SPRING LAMB LB LB/ SIRLOIN ROSA MACARONI "Jt*V?'v;.;,.j 12 cap # KRAFT 1 6 o%. |ar ITIAK* Prime R(b* Bee* Chopped Beef Smoked Beef Tongue Sklnles; Frankfurter* SMced Bacon Porterhouse S+eak* LB. Short cut Fra*h Ground GATES KOSHER STYLE HONEYDEW 12 I PRESERVESSTRAWBERRY (ORANGE JUICE •»*#' DA#RY SHARP CHEESE SWISS KNIGHT KRAFT PARKAY Stonyhrook E66S ^^^ LA&OB E@@S ;, CANTALOUPES California ' PEARS %4, California „**'SEEDLESS 6MPES Ib. roll 6Se *,»., »,. do%. 61 e BANANAS TOMATOES ^_< UNDENHURST * BAY SHORE RIVERHEAD * PORT STA. » WORTHPORt *N6RTH MERRICK ^i>"- ' ' ' W$7iy-'7' ^fi^^M^yi? TRUH 15th Year Nn, 17 AM Education Relation Set F1VE'GENT8.A COPY Large Variety of, Cbursea is .Offered; Term Starts Monday Registration for a large variety of adult education courses to be offer-ed by the Board of Education start- Ing Monday night wUI take place tonight from 7:30 to 9:30 o'clock In the office of Olarence Genner, the dlrecor, Room 8 In the Freeport High School building. There will be no registration fee. Instruction Is open to any. adult living in Freeport or adjacent communities. Textbooks and materials already owned by the school district will be furnished free of charge. Other materials desired by classes must be paid for by the students. "New courses • beginning this Fall are paper hanging and painting, a laboratory demonstration course where practical 'experience may be had so that you may add that pro-fessional touch In your home decor-ation; drawing and sketching, a be-ginner's course designed to give the student a knowledge of basic art principles and practice in the use of pastels, crayons, ink and water col-ors; conversation Spanish and French courses for beginners and advanced students. The list of courses Is as follows/ with the meeting, days and loca-tions: Academic subjects, Tuesday and Thursday, high school; automotive theory Thursday, high school; ele-view, second Monday monthly, 3tee-port Memorial Library; business law, Thursday, Room 226. high school; ceramics (beginners) Thurs-day, Grove at. school; (advanced) Tuesday, same place; citizenship, Thursday, Room 108, high school. Also Community Ohoral, Tuesday, high school auditomuan; dramatics, Tuesday and Thursday, Seaman ave. achool; dramatics (operetta). Wed-nesday, same place; drawing and sketching, Tuesday, Room 207, high school; electronics. Thursday, elec-tric workshop, hlgA school; founda-tion educ&Mon, (basic reading) Tuesday end Thursday, Room 116, high school; (fundamentals of read- (Oontintied on Page 4) $2,494 G!rl Scout Drive . Will Open Here Tomorrow Mrs. Wesley Minnerly, 121 East Seaman ave., is Freeport chairman for the annual Girl Scouts', fund raising campaign which will get un-der way tomorrow and continue through Sunday Oct. 1. %he quota assigned the village la $2,494. The honorary chairman ia Wil-l$ am J. Martin, jr., 340 Whaley st,, executive secretary of the Freeport Federal Savings & Loan Associa-tion. More, than 50 volunteer workers -will begin a canvass of the village as soon as the drive gets started. There are 22 Girl Scout Troops in Freeport with a membership of 360. In conjunction with the campaign a rummage sale will be held at 33 South Grove at., next Wednesday* Thursday and Friday. _ Any person having salable material for the event may telephone Mrs. William Auserhlr FReeport 8^10083,- and it will be called for. Freepi*ort Fisherman Ninth in Tuna Tourney Jack Neidorf *s catch of a 508* 'pound, tuna fish off Montauk Point during;, the anttual U.S. Atlantic Tuna Tournament gave, the Free-port Tuna Olub. ninth place In the-competition. "His was the only fish hauled m by a menioer of the local contingent! \ However, members of the Free-port group who remained .oyer for a .day,, did a little/fishing on their own, and did muchj better. Fishing from the ^ Jolly,? Barbara :Ve.rsfelt, 15ryear-old daughter -of <3eorge Versfelt, boated a 669-pouhder. Her dad was close benihd with one-weighing .661 -pounds and. Neidprf accounted-for another weighing 658 "'•• .. . . . •' * ^v^•>;/ «J.• ,','':' ? y'^r% V.%..• \~ ;V ."„ ^'!4%^^ MEET DOROTHY OROVER, one of Freeport'a most talented residents. Dotty, daughter ofrMr. and Mrs. A. W. Orover, 237 South Long Bea\Ui B«ach Ave., hag ibe&n a twlrler, model and professional wn tar-skier. Her latest accomipHahment is an appearance on the current cover of Look magazine. , . • Dotty, a '46 grad, was one of Freeport Sigh's jnc@t active students. She was Drum Majorette for the band/secretary of tAe general Organi-zation, member of 3?aaS*ngS Staff, Dance Committee and Masque and Wig Club. She rntroduced fire-twlrlrng.in'l^^ High School, * . (For two yeara" af^er.her graduation ibotty worked as a photographic model and attended N. 'Y. U. *t night, She was then awarded a scholar-ship to Syracuse University. She now leads the Syracuse Band. She la also a member of Kappa, Alpha, Theta, at Syracuse. (Dotty was voted the 'SweeuSeart of Sigma Chi" by the members of all the national, chapters. " , ' Dotty'e second love* after twirling, is water-sklng. She haa appeared in many shows among Bbem the Ski-Belle Show. She also made & movie, "Holiday on Skis", recently released by 20th Century Btx. Football Week, Sept. 25 Proclaimed By the Mayor PROCLAMATION To the Residents-?f the Vil-lage of Freeport: The people of Freeport have achieved a reputation through the years for their sincere and active Interest In IVgh School athletic teams. At this time of the year the football team heads the athletic program, and so It Is but just, that we, as a com-munity, band together to launch the 1950 schedule with a display of full support. I do hereby proclaim that the week beginning Monday, Scp- | tomber 25th, 1950, be designated j as "FOOTBALL WEEK," to officially launch the program starting with the opening home game on Frida) night, Scptem- The official colors of 'FOOT- ! BA^L WEEK" i&rc REJ) i&nJ WHITE, and 1 know that Free-port's businessmen^ residents, and members of the Village's various clubs and organizations will, as they loyally have In past ye'ars display RED and WHITE-emblems. Let's all co-operate, SHOW YOUR CQLORS during FOOTBALL WEEK. Robert L. Doxsee, Mayor Fuhnan Tells South /est Milbum Pond Park Plans Everett O. Furman, chairman of e Freeport Park Commission, out-lined plans for the development of Milburn Pond Park ho the members of the 'Southwest Oivic Association Northwest Civic; AsksBdwfdtoBan Trucks &om Streets Wants Traffic Channeled Ffom Village Roads to North Mam Street The Northwest Civic Association at Its first Autumn meeting Mon-day night in the cafeteria of the Columbus ave. j;chooJj__yo't«d to ap-peal to the Village Qnajxl to ban through commercial traffic on Penn-sylvania and North Brookslde aves.. by channeling it to North Main si. Speakers contended that this was done in Oardcji City where such t%*af He - is limited to county roads and by the Town of Hcimjiatcad m Orean^ide where heavy trucks arr prohibited from operating over cer-tain streets. It also was voted to rr-nest the Village Fathers to refrain rom urging the Nassau County' Board of Supervisors to take Brook- *" ide ave., Into, the county system, ince the area is zoned as Residence AA." . Before the discussion. got under way, President Van Bar Brown dc-ined through commercial traffic as he opernjtlpn of trucks from outside he vlllageV through Freeport either o some point within the village llm-ts or outside the community. • Tolls of Heavy Coal. Trucks tanley^ B, Livingston charged that chauffeurs for u, Roosevelt coal ompany which trucks-Its coal from the mines in Pennsylvania, used Pennsylvania ave,, as a nwsans of avoiding Main at., and Nassau rd. School Boafd Aak* Bida Oh School Site Buildings The Board of Education at its meeting on Wednesday night, Oct. 4 will receive bids for the purchase of five houses located on the Bay view avenue school' site, President Leo F. Oiblyn anounced today. Mr. Olblyn said the board wished to give the citizens every opportun-ity to purchase these houses and move them off the site. ''It is their wish to offer these buildings for sale in'preference to demolishing Whem and for that rea-son the Board desires to bring the attention of all .interested parties to the fact that they are to be dispos-ed of ;"~he said. ' , The houses and the upset prices assigned them are as follows: 331 West .Merrick rd., $660; 191 Wash-ington st.,-$650; .163-Washington st.; ^00; 165; Washington st: $880jand 370 Smith St., $1,250.. ' ' Wilbur L Bond Reported Misaihg in Action in Korea Pvt. William L. Bond, "21, who is i the son of Mrs, RoOert Ennda, 79 |Raynor st., reported missing in ac- I tlon ^s the first Freeport casualty in the war In Korea. His mother I has been advised by the War. De- Ipartnwnt that he failed to return I from a mission with the Army Sig-nal Corps, to which he is attached on July 21. Pv^ Bond''left the Freeport High School at the age of 17 to enlist in the Army. in which he has served four years. He attended - the First Baptist Ohurch Sunday Schools as a boy. Library Circulation Gains Over Last Year MrsL Elizabeth F, Kelly, librarian' of tne Freoport Memorial Library, reported too^ay that the circulation for the first seven months of '1950, showed an increase of 6,746 volumes over the^same months a year ago. Of 'this "number, the Junior De? partment. contributed 3,120. Mrs. Kelly said. that .with, hew^ material being ao"ded Bbnstantiy, she 'hoped the library would be able to give even greater and more vari-ed service in tttie future* . . in; attempt Fireman's Introduced by President William Allyn. Mr. Furman explained tha wHereas it was thought originally that the laying out of the park would be a costly project, it had been found that by carrying out the suggestion of the late Harry. A. Strecker, the area could be laid put as a natural tract at a cost of inly $25,000 funds for which are now available. Later playgrounds and other feature's can be added at an/expenditure of another like amount. He said the park would be somewhat like Argyle Park;* Mer* rick rd., Babylon, with a water fall and the display of flowers In season. Plans for- the project are bemg delayed somewhat pending the de-cision of the Nassau Oounty author^ ities as to the location of a north and south cross-Island highway enther to the west or east of Ftee-port. BAYVIEW PHARMACY REMAINS OPEN ALL PAY SUNDAY • 'The Bay view Pharmacy, 379 At-lantic ave., will remain open Sun-day after the other druggists In Freeport close at 2 P.M. The tele-phone Is FReeportJb-0124. sylvahla avel, around the jog mtd Wilson pi., and then on until just short of the Southern State Park-way where they made their way into Nassau 'rd., aaid proceeded to their destination. Carryng stove and other size coaJ, Mr Livingston said, the trucks weighed 23 tons, with the weight going to 24 If they are loaded with )@a coal, 17% first truck, he contin-ued, arrives in Freeport about 4:30 a.m., followed by four or more addi-tional, the last ones about 6 o!clock. Pennsylvania ave., recenUy^waa re-pavec} fpom curb to cudb, but the roadbed is beginning to deteriorate under the weight of the heavily lad-en trucks,-Mr. Livingston charged Howard Thompson and other des-cribed, similar conditions In South Brookside ave., and said trucks fol-owed each other in such rapid suc-cession it was unsafe for children to attempt to cross the streets. Ben-amln H. Hetn introduced the motion to take the matter up with he Village Board widen was adop-ted. Democratic Candidate Speaks In line with a recent decision to permit political discussions at the (Continued on Page 11) NASSAU HOSPITAL PLANS FOR A FALL FESTIVAL The South Shore Branch*of the Woman's/ Auxiliary to the. Nassau. Hospital "Is planning for & fall fes-tival to be held • In the Rpckville Country, Olub, Rdckvllle Centre, oh Friday night Oct. 6. There will be cards, entertainment and refresh-ments. , ' __ Mrd Louis B. Bauer is chairman in charge". CARLKNO TO ABBESS FREEPORT RgPUBLXQANS Assemblyman Joseph Carlino, of Long • Beach, wliq Is a. candidate for, re-election, will give th«h* address tonight at the .first Jail meeting.of the Freeport Republican Club "in the.Legion rjugout on Sunrise High" way: ' There 4?ill. be a social time following 'the meeting.; ; Kiwanis Club Planning to Honor Barons for Keeping State Title The Freeport Kiwanlg Olub is planning for an appropriate tribute to the Barons, the junior baseball team which "hag just successfully defended its'state championship of 1949 by going through'& secpnd successive season without meeting defeat in league competition for a total of 33 vic-tories In a few. Besides this achieve-ment, the Philadelphia'Whiz. Kids are just tyros. There, yllJL t?e a din-ner at which the championship trophy will be re-presented, and | mementoed will be given the indi-vidual players. * ,,..,\ The Barons annexed the title, by defeating a team representing, the Kiwanis Olub at FUlton, N; Y., the up-State champions^ at' Ebbets Field, Saturday by a score qf_?_tp 3. Pitcher Bob Tritsch, who kept tne team An top, by hurling' 13 victories, held the. opposition, to three singles and received errorless support afield; Pulton worked a runner around the bases in the first Inning, but the Barons came right back anU scored twice. Tom .King led off by beating out a • grounder to de^p short. Dick Schaap tried to sacrifice, but forced King at second, Phil Roberts' fly to deep right 'Was dropped by the Fulton fielder. 6chaap ra<ied arophd to the plate and Roberts followed him home when the throw to the plate was wild. " _Walt Muhbauer batted jn four runs with a brace of safeties. He.al-so stole home in the sixth. Roberta* batting average for the season .was reduced to a mere .500 (15 hits for' 30 times at bat), when he got only one hit jn three times up, but it was,, a trjple that produced two runs in the fifth inning. The Barons scored in five of the six innings in. which they 'batted. ' ' ' ' Tritsch. struc% out twelve up- State batters and 'issued three ^pas-ses. Fr@d Guile; the opposing pitch-er, waa found-for seven safeties an'd (Continued on •••/#-Ny K), '%=? «;.: AW^i^^i^'"' '''''
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|Publisher||L & M Publications, P.O. Box 312, 30 South Ocean Avenue, Suite 204, Freeport, New York 11520.;|
|Contributors||Nicolas Toscano, Michele Swersey, Joan Delaney.|
|Source||Freeport Memorial Liobrary|
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Page 8.Gptcmbor 7; 3.950 '.•'"
In ?792, The UiMed Sto#t: Government pur<
chowd 10 ocrea of hmd o* #hb EoAent e*
humify 6* Long @;kmd foy Ugh#hou?e pur-po**;,
4 EraeHon of the light fewer we* com*
plated J« 17*5 on whpt Is known w "Turtle
HMI" at o eo*f of $22,300,00
IvJany fact* dealing wlfh +hl* *eHe*' "FIRSTS ON LONG
ISLAND" are xupplled by Brookhaven Town Hl*+orlcal Record*.
# * # HILL S i* olwoy*
Tha in Foods ot
*#*#*******»*»******** I BEECHNUT
Grocery pHcw effective oofl! claw of bu*ln#M: Tweq., Sept.
Moot*, produce |