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For Classified Ad Results BROOKLYN EAGLE. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. L938 39 Ride Out Gale All Night On Ferry Boat NO SOUND Fire Island Residents See Their Houses Sweep by Them in Bay Special to the Brooklyn Eagle Bay Shore, Sept. 22 Capt. Gus-tave Pagels brought in the Pair Harbor ferryboat at 9:30 a.m.
today, the first boat to reach here from storm-tossed Fire Island, with 39 passengers who spent the night on the boat in the bay. One person was reported missing from the Fair Harbor community which immediately adjoins Saltaire. During the height of the storm ABOUT IT! ilk BliBBir THIS SMALL GAS BURNER DOES ALL THE WORK yesterday afternoon, the weather eye of Captain Pagels informed him that danger was imminent and he went around to the cottages warning the people to vacate the beach. They boarded the ferry at 2:15 p.m., taking a quantity of food and an oil stove. See Homes Swept Away While they were bobbing around In the bay, four Fair' Harbor homes brushed by the boat.
A count this morning revealed hat of the 94 homes on FairH arbor, only 11 were left. The captain ordered all on board the ferry to wear life preservers and he kept up their courage all night with assurances they would dock as soon as the wind died down and the sun came up. He made a perfect ferryman's landtag in his regular siip this morning, with no casualties and all on board well fed and warm. Albert Luckhorst of Ridgewood, N. one of those rescued, praised highly the seamanship and good cheer of the captain.
Captain Pagels replied that his own daughter was a resident of Fair Harbor. Entire Colon; Wiped Out mm IN THE GAS REFRIGERATOR WHY SERVEL ELECTROLUX SIMPL) 'CAN) MAKE NOISE IT FREEZES WITH NO MOVING PARTS! iI3nnVnnVL. wM Reports from Saltaire were the entire colony of 75 homes, of them large well built houses Two persons are reported lost from Saltaire, a Mrs. Haas from Brooklyn and a Madame Bassine Seventy persons were rescued. They spent the night in the Community House, a large building on the bav side.
Madame Bassine's sister. Alice, and her Negro maid, Francine, who the hurricane struck their home. I EeN manwlio is demonstrating your new eW simplicity does on upkeep and on 4r stored easily in this popular Scrvel Electrolux model. You'll find you won't need to Hpl were injured. Capt.
Georee Bald of Saltaire was taken to South side Hospital with both legs broken Captain Kelly took off the Saltain residents in the Coast Guard boat. All Safe at Ocean Beach 32s3 Y.lw NNN1 SNUB many snopping trips wmi a g.is rctrigerator in your Kitcnen. cscrvel rlectrolux I IS opera- cuot wear and cause trouble camot pcrmits you t0 buy in quantity without fear of anything spoiling. Keeps leftovers fresh for I tion. 1 his tinv gas flame circulates the I lose their efficiency and increase the dailv NfH 9HBH i i i i i rcfrigeram-without moving parts, cost.
Servel Electrolux runs for just a few WSt days. Cuts down your food bills becau can take advantage 'specials' and MB cents a day. HH 'weekend feifc Reports from Ocean Beach, community about a mile ea Saltaire, were that all 150 residents were safe, but five houses were washed out to sea and the Ocean Beach feryboat was high and dry. A smaller ferry was' used this morning to bring over six persons who A dozen or more fishing boat, that went out from Bay Shore yesterday morning have not been heard from. They are believed to be anchored in Fire Island Inlet near Oak Island.
$25,000 Fire Hits Bay Shore Home Special to the Brooklyn Eagle Bay Shore, Sept. 22 There was water, water' everywhere, but Bay Shore had one fire early this morning which caused damage estimated at $25,000. The blaze was discovered bS servants in the home of Quentin Feitner of West Merrick Road, here. I to '1 if 66 E. 78th Manhattan.
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