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Cont'd from page 1 this section
Brown said that a 6,000-foot railroad siding, which is proposed
eventually for the land ,, "would
make a West Yaphank freight
yard" in the area . Residents, Mr.
Brown said, are fearful that an
industrial zoning for the land—
formerly used by the Oak Park
nurseries for growing nursery
stock—would open the way for
any type of industry on the land,
thus ruining the rural character
of the vicinity. "The petition,"
Mr. Brown declared, "seems to
be a little fantastic." He presented petitions with over 170 signatures in opposition to the
downzoning.
After a number of embattled
citizens, including George J. Wagner and Mrs. Helen Peters, West
Yaphank developers; Frederick
W. Van Dervoori, West Yaphank
school board member; Mrs. Alice
Wagner, a resident , and Herbert
LaSorse, who described himself
as "just a working man looking
for fresh air," appeared to protest any change in the character
of the now-undeveloped acreage,
Mr. Miller again took the stand.
Country vs.. Industry
"Either the Town of Brookhaven is going to stay country,"
Miller admonished, "or with the
exodus from New York city and
no industry to support it with
taxes, you're in for trouble." Addressing his remarks to the group
of West Yaphank delegates, he
continued, "If the town is going
to continue to grow—and it can't
do it without industry — somebody's got to have industry in
his back yard. It's always nice
to say you want industry somewhere else"."
Pointing out skyrocketing tax
rates in such communities as Centereach, where there has been a
vast population increase without
industry - to help bear the tax
load, Mr. Miller warned that
soaring taxes could "drive " you
out of your homes if you have
no industry to support growth."
After a statement that "we must
consider Brookhaven town as a
whole," Mr. Miller said, "We're
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all in favor of industry in somebodyelse's back yard, and I doubt
if there's a, place in town where
there is no opposition. Unfortunately, it's the coming thing. Call
me' a liar if you dare."
Henry Neuss;.: Yaphank school
board member, rose and said , "I'm
sorry this whole .property isn't in
our .school district." While only
a portion of the ^acreage in question is in the Yaphank district,
Mr. Neuss said, the district needs
such a boost to help bear its tax
load. "The luxury of living in a
strictly residential community is
more than the average West Yaphank resident can afford ," he asserted. He said that the school
board was behind- whatever decision the board should make on
the proposal "one hundred percent"
Projected Planning
Calvin Rafuse, Jr., son and
partner of the co-petitioner, called
for advance planning to allow industry and residential' areas in
the proper proportion. He declared that his firm was not engaged
in "fly-by-night ,speculation" and
planned to conduct an orderly
business on the property .
The board closed the hearing
for further deliberation on ihe
matter.
Approved at the Tuesday zoning hearing session was the petition of Wesley F. Springhorn
and Nellie S. Hillmann for a
change of zone from "C" residence to "J" business on prop-
Registration
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Issue OKd
Chamber Dinner Cont'd
irorn pbge 1, this section
Cont d from page I, this section Cont'd from page 1, this section
East Hampton, Riverhea d, Shelter from the Broadway area.
Island , Southampton and SouthS u c h well-known performers
old, has 71,791 registrants—35,- from the entertainment world as
963 men and 35,828 women.
Joe Rankin , trick xylophone playThe total for the towns of er, who appeared at the Chamber
Smithtown and Islip, which make dinner last year and was a big
up the Second Assembly district, hit; Al Friedman, renowned piano
is 59,127, with 30,081 men and player; Paul Benson, the out29,046 women voters registered. standing "laugb auctioneer" who
The Third Assembly district, is called "one of America's outstanding audience participation
attractions"; the Ronson sisters,
VILLAGE REGISTRATION
accomplished tap dance artists ,
and Arlene Hana, featured singer.
Here are the registration totals Mr. Rankin will act as master of
in Patchogue village by districts ceremonies. Daniel Berkc will lead
for 1955.
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song
District
Mole
Female Total the diners in a community
fest during the program.
229
15
124
106
16
220
190
410
The dinner will be attended by
182
164
346
17
a number of town and village
18
80
83
169
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216
228
443
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officials. Congressman Stuyvesant
466
20
232
224
Wainwright will be present as a
187
21
94
93
special guest as well as Supervi374
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1ST
181
sor Philipp A- Hattemer, members
1.280
2.614
Totals
1.3S4
of the Brookhaven Town board
and the Brookhaven Town trustees. Village officials who will be
composed of Babylon and Hunt- present include Mayor George E.
ington, registered 40,014 male Lechtrecker and Patchogue Viland 38,963 female electors for a lage board members.
total of 78,977.
The Chamber, in joining with
Non-personal registration is the the Town of Brookhaven for the
rule in Suffolk except in the vil- celebration of the purchase of
lages of Patchogue, Amityville, the - town, is presenting the only
Babylon and Lindenhurst, Figures commemoration of the event on
for these municipalities follow: the South shore. Last June a
Patchogue, 2,614 (1,334 men and week-long celebration was held in
1,280 women); Amityville, 2,311 Setauket.
(1,168 men and 1,153 women);
The Indians, Alice and Charles
Babylon, 2,339 (1,176 men and Martinez and daughter, Margery
1,163 women); Lindenhurst, 3,613 Carola, run an Indian gift shop in
(1,933 men and 1.6o0 women).
Southampton. Mrs. Martinez is a
Registration days were: Non- combination
Cherokee, Montauk
perand
15;
October
8
personal,
and
Shinnecock
while her husband
16.
14
and
8,
7,
sonal, October
an Apache. Their daughter is
The annual tab was conducted in is
outstanding opera singer.
>279 election districts in Suffolk. anThe
committee has announced
that a limited number of tickets
are still available and can be purerty directly south of the Blue chased at the Chamber office in
Point laundry, which they in- the Patchogue hotel. Seating artend to hard-surface for a laun- rangements are being made for
dry employes' parking lot.
those who have already purchased
Also under consideration by
the town fathers are the follow- their tickets.
ing petitions for change of zone,
which were heard Tuesday:
1. "C" residence to •-•J" business on the property of Anthony
and Phyllis riaiuonado on Soum Cont'd from page 1, this section
Country road . East Moriches. The
petition, which was read by Town works coordinator, reported for
Clerk Percy B. Raynor since at- Albert Cass, coordinator, on bulltorney Henry B~ Cott was struck dozers, mats, barricades and other
by a case of laryngitis, states equipment his division will bring
that a florist showroom which in to the exercise and on his plan
"would be a credit to the com- for bulldozing a new road for fire
fighters and rescue apparatus
munity " - is proposed.
2. "C," residence to "J" busi- from Flanders road_ north to the
ness oh the property of Edwin Peconic river.
Rescue, under Ernest Braley,
W. Schmeelk at Bennett's road
and North Country road in South' will have four specially equipped
Setauket. Attorney Wells ' Rich trucks at the scene and about 50
said that no definite use had been men, most of whom were trained
"decided for the land, but "it's at the State Rescue school at Alconceivable that he might use it bany. They will be prepared to
ibr a gas station."
rescue volunteers from burning
,; ' 3. '?C" residence to "J" busi- buildings and from buildings
¦riess on the property of Louis wrecked by the "blast."
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Marshall on Route 112, 980 feet
Sergei Besseraboff , reporting
south of Granny road, Medford. for Civil Defense Welfare CoorA restaurant is proposed for the dinator J. Milford Kirkup, said
site.
that his staff will feed the nearly
4. "C" residence to "J" busi- 1,000 CD workers at the end of
ness and "S" business to "L" in- the exercise, somewhere after 8
dustrial on land of the Med-Bart p. m.
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Realty corporation on the PatchThroughout the exercise, .proOgue-Port Jefferson road, Med- cedures will be exactly what the"y
ford. The land runs back to Mf. would be if this were not a reVernon avenue, and the rezoning hearsal.
sought would allow expansion of
The field exercise will - take
existing ' plumbing and 'heating place "between 6 and 8 p. m. in
businesses on the property. Emil the area roughly bounded by East
Bittner appeared to protest the Main street, Riverhead , to Peproposal, speaking for area resi- conic avenue and Flanders road.
dents who want to preserve the
Supervisor Joseph Kelly, civil
residential character of Mt. Ver- defense director of Riverhead who
non avenue.
of the field
6. "C" residence to "J" busi- will be in command
Chief of Riverhead
ness on Carolyn F. Schafer's land operations,
Stephen Grodski, and Capon Middle Country road in Middle police,
William Ashauer of SouthIsland. The petitioner plans to tain
Town police ask that peoerect an office building with steel ampton
products to be stored in the rear. ple vacate the big parking lot
6. "C" residence to "J" busi- south of Bohack's not later than
ness on land owned by Martin 5 p. m. Saturday so that civil dePartheymuller at Yaphank ave- fense vehicles can maneuver.
Space for spectators will be
nue and Horseblock road, Brookhaven. The petitioner desires a provided in two areas, one south
change of zone for possibl e busi- of the House of Music and the
ness to 'accommodate prospective other south of Carl & Bob's store,
housing developments in the area. both on East Main street.
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junior h.igh grades. There are 558
students at Bay Avenue, 653 at
Medford Avenue, 610 at Tremont
Avenue and 440 at River Avenue.
The total has increased 12 since
the opening week of school this
year and enrollment has jumped
252 over last year's all-time high.
Now on double sessions are
Grades 7 through 12.
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Lake Civics
Cont'd lrom page 1, Una aeetion
steam to diesei engines.
Last year, the association took
on a new project—a recreation
park for the Ronkonkomas. A
committee from the association
has been meeting with representatives from other nearby civic associations as a park council. This
group will consult with town
planning authorities to provide
park and playground facilities.
The association has announced
an ' intensive drive to increase its
membership to 1,000. Membership
is open f o anyone, Mr. McComb
declared.
Also elected with him last
Thursday were Alex Sipos, first
vice president; Frank M. Gabriele,
second vice president; John- Eastman, third vice president; H.
Harding Isaacson, recording secretary; Kathleen B. Hoyle, corresponding secretary and Alfred
Harrison, treasurer.
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chael Collichio, fought the blaze
for more than an hour. Three
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Browhells, live just a door away
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Chief Collichio said the fire apparently started < in an electrical
plug attached to a floor lamp
near the living room . 'couch. Fire
damage was confined' to the living room, but the rest of the
house suffered extensive smoke
and water damage.
The place was insured.
High pra ise for the Hagerman
Fire department was voiced by
the owners of the house, who
said the response to the alarm
was immediate, and that the entire home would have been burned to the ground had it not been
for the efficient work of the fire
fighters.
Mason Alleges
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