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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, July 09, 1959, Image 9

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Concert , Speeches and Fireworks Mark Bellport ' s July 4 Celebration BELLPORT — Aided b y ideal weather , the annual Fourth of July celebration sponsored by the Bellport Lions club was a tremendous success and drew a larger crowd than ever befo re . Cars crowded into all parking areas and lined every street leading to the bay and scores of boats anchored out in the bay to enjoy the program f from that angle . The celebration started with a concert by the Bell port Communi- ty band under the direction of Walter Ebersole from the village bandstand. After the concert , Mr. Ebersole introduced Dr. James K Lennox , vice president of the Lions club. The Rev. Frederick I Smith , pastor of the Bellport Methodist churc h , offe red a prayei and then Dr. Lennox introduced the guest speaker. Mayor Harrv F. Bedell. Mayor Bedell welcomed every- one present and thanked the Lions c ' ub and all who participated ii the celebration , and , mentioning tilt addition of a new star to the American flag, extended a salute to Alaska. \Our heritage ha; given us the habit and tradition of contribution and participation as well as the dedication to the ideal of equal opportunity foi all , \ the mayor said. Devoting the rest of his speech to the subject of taxes and the responsibility of individual citi- zens , he said that the greatest weight upon the shoulders of each individual today is the taxation structure. \The ori ginal principle of taxation and government was that it should be a servant of the people , that control would be in the hands of the peop le and that these same people would care enoug h , question enough and par- ticipate enough to better under- stand the needs and uses of taxes , ' the mayor stated. On the local level , he said , it is very clear to see how tax money it used , and explained the various ways village tax money is spent. \It is growing more popular now- adays to let the federa l govern- ment taxation syste m pay for oui needs , with the false attitudes that the federal government is rich and that it can a fford to pay for e\erything, \ he said. He cautioned that when we look to some serv- ice to aid us in our buying we are practicing false economy and encouraging inflation. In conclusion , the mayor said , \The federal government can g ive lively. Other monies we pay with the belief that we will receive more in the form of federal aid. Never forget when our $1 leaves our hands , travels to Washington , then back to us , it has shrunk con- siderabl y. You , the peop le befo re me now have the right to deter- mine the future of our country. You are the often heard of grass roots who can demand reforms and changes if you care enough , question enoug h and partici pate enough to bette r understand. \ The band then played the \Stai Spangled Banner \ as the first set- piece of the fine fireworks dis- play, the American flag, lighted up. BELLPORT N EWS ITEMS Margaret Warner. Tel. UEllporl 7-0653 Mr . and Mrs. Michael A. Fay and children , who are en route from Boston , Mass., to Germany, arrived Friday to spend the week- end with Mrs. Fay ' s brother and sister-in-law , Mr. and Mrs. David Rahm of Bell street. Mr. Fay will be principal of the new American high school in Frankfurt. Mr. and Mrs. John Fankhauser of New York city are visiting for the summer months with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Budny of Livingston road. Visiting last Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Knight of Thorn- hedge road were their daughter , Mrs. Jack Chestney and son , Pe- ter , of Rockville Centre. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hall and infant daughter , Sarah Cady, of Briardale Farm , Sudbury, Mass., spent the July 4 weekend with Mrs. Hall' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Bliss of South Howell' s Point road. For your Insurance needs con- sult Strickland Agency, Inc. BEll- port 7-0312. —Adv . Mrs. Thibaut de St. Phalle . who recently move d to Hohokus , N. J., spent June 29 in Bellport. Holiday weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs . Richard Carleton of Brown ' s lane were Mrs . Jane Stockwell and children , Sherrie and Peter , of Hartford , Conn. Captain and Mrs. Harold Bohn , their three children and a guest , Diane Simmons , spent Sunday and Monday with Mr. and Mrs . Ray- mond Clempner of City Island. A supper party was g iven by Mr. and Mrs . George Mistier at their home on Woodland Park road Sunday afternoon. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Hartz and daughters , Maril yn , Judy and Jane , and a friend , Al Spangle , of Wantagh; Mr. and Mrs . Robert Strier and children , Robert , Kathy, John and Robin , of Bayport; Mr. and Mrs. Ferde Mistier and chil- dren , Donald and Jo-Ann , of Med- ford ; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Perino , Jr. , and sons , Robert , Louis , and Terry, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Perino , Sr., of Bellport. The tenth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Strier was also celebrated. Brown ' s Garage. Tel. 14 import 7-0229. —Adv. Weekend houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. H. Russell Cort of South Howell' s Point road were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Hedden of Milling- ton , N. J., and Allan Ludlum of Philadel phia , Pa. . Miss Susan Cort returned-to New- 'SFork city Sunday after spending two weeks with her parents. She will study at Columbia university this summer. Tyler Halsted , who is on a 40- day leave from S pecial Warfare center , Fort Bragg, N\ . C , is visit- ing his parents , Mr. and Mrs. Henry Halsted of Roger ' s avenue. Mr. and Mrs . Sperry Lea and daughter , Helena, of Georgetown , Wash., are spending the summer with Mr. Lea ' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Lea of Roger ' s lane. Lawrence Sperry, now of Frankfurt , Germany, was a week- end guest of the Leas. Private First Class Paul Glasoe of Fort Bragg, N. C , and Miss Erika Meditz of Steyr , Austria , are visiting- Private GJasoe ' s par- j ents , Mr. and Mrs. G. Norris | Glasoe of Livingston road. A cooperative supper was held j July 4 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Perino , Jr., of North ] Howell' s Point road. Present were the Perino family, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Arthur and children , Pat- ty Ann and Chester , Jr., Mr. and Mrs . Edward Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Walte r Bergskaug and son , Chris , Mr. and Mrs. Jack Regalmuto and children , Joan and Mark , and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Terwilliger and children , Reid and Neil , of Bell- port and Mr. and Mrs. Leverett Hulse and daug hters , Kathy, Cin- dy, and Tina , of Holbrook. iiellport i- lsn iHarKei — Fresh Daily. BEllport 70710.—Adv. A group of Bell porters and their out-of-town friends participate d in the annual Patchogue July 4 pa- rade with their float , \Pioneer Spirit , \ Saturday. The float was sponsored by the St. Charles hos- pital auxiliary. It showed the pio- neering spirit of the early re- ligious missionaries with the per- sonification of the Daughters of Wisdom acted out by Madeleine Piro and Theresa Mariella who were garbed in habits of that order. Also taking part in the float were Georgette Piro , nurse; Pamela and Patricia Mizzi , cow- girls; Kathy Lockwood , cowgirl; Joanne Canner and Robert Hee carried the banner; Miss Dorothea Ripperger , Pioneer woman; Miss Martha ' Heine , Pioneer man. The pony used to draw the wagon , was Chincoteague Folly, a 14 month old pony jointly owned by Miss Ripperger and Miss Heine. Mr. and Mrs. John Lockwood of General McLean drive entertained at a barbecue following the Pat- chogue parade Saturday. Guests were Miss Sunny Arason of Brooklyn; Mrs. Mary Heine of Huntington; Miss Martha Heine of Center Moriches and Mrs. Su- san Hee and son , Robert , Louis Hanes , Miss Dorothea Ripperger , Mrs. Louis Ripperger , Mrs. Made- leine Meyer , Madeleine Piro , Mr. and Mrs. R. William MacComiskey and family, and the Lockwood children , Keith , Kathy, Kevin , and Karen , all of Bellport. Spending the summer months with her parents , Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Redmond of Maple street , is Mrs. Allan Ryan and daug hter , Sally, of New Y' ork city. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zinn and famil y of Old Greenwich , Conn., returned home Monday after a ten-day visit with Mrs . Zinn ' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. Redmond. Mr. and Mrs. James Vaug han and famil y df North Howell' s Point road arrived home June ' SO from a motor trip through New York state where they visited Mr. and Mrs. John Vaughan of Brock- port and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sutliff of Troy. fur your iauric and yarns Tots- -N-CoUons. Bellport. —Adv. Mr. and Mrs . Edwin Pils and children , Richard , Carol , and Gary, of General McLean drive and their weekend guests , Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Huneken and daughte r , Marilyn , of Woodhaven , and Rich- ard LeGault of Brookl yn enjoyed a picnic July -1 at Wildwood State Park. Others attending the p icnic were Mr. and Mrs. George Pils and son , Richard , and Mrs. Bella Huneken of Yap hank. On Sunday the group were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pils in Yap hank. Also there were Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly and children , Joanne , John , Karen ad Kevin , of East Patchogue. Mrs. Rose Shanley and son , James , of Boynton Beach , Fla., and Mrs. Gloria Carpino and chil- dren , Thomas , Jr., Gloria , Peggy and Giny, of Levittown were Sun- day guests of Gus Costanzo of Association road. Mrs. Shanley is Mr. Costanzo ' s niece. Arriving last Thursday for a visit with Mrs. Antonette Fuoco of Fuoco street were her son-in- law and daughter , Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wheatley and daughters , Dory and Melanie , of Whitstone. The family celebrated Melanie ' s lirst birthday last Thursday at a party g iven by Melanie ' s aunt , Miss Edith Wheatley of Patch- ogue. Three-tier cakes were clev- erly decorated with miniature merry-go-rounds and figures of boys and girls . Games were p lay- ed and refreshments were served. Guests were Daniel Fuoco , Jody Gerard , Diana and Lyn Rene , Lou- is and Steven Fuoco , Robert Fuo- co, Paulette , Toni Ann and James Fuoco and Doroth y Wheatley. Mr. and Mrs . William King and daughter , Stacey of Riverside , Conn., were weekend guests at the home of Mrs. Joseph Parsons of Bellport lane. - Mrs. Theodore J. Grayson of Haverford , Pa., left yesterday aft- er a ten day visit with her son- in-law and daughter , Mr. and Mrs. W. Dorsey Smith of Bell port lane. Weekend guests of the Smiths were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hanson and children of Gladwyne . T' a. Mr. and Mrs. Smith entertained about HO friends at their home after the Fireworks display July 4. Mrs. Pete Rene of Fuoco street entertained at a birthday party Saturday for her husband. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rene , Mr. and Mrs. Al Goodenough , Mr. and Mrs . Mike LaGregar , Mr. and Mrs. Mike Toronto and Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Fuoco. Mr. and Mrs. William Muller of Circuit road spent the Jul y 4 weekend at Oak Hill in the Cats- kill Mountains. Linda , Susan , and Tommy Hag- amen of South Country road are spending the . summer months with their grandparents , Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Pa t terson of Saegertown , Pa. Friday, Mrs. Irving Coleman and children of Station road re- turned home from a week' s visit with her brother-in-law and sis- tor , Mr. and Mrs. David Kellas of Peru. Continued on page 8 , this section Bloodmobile to Visit Brookhaven Today BROOKHAVEN — For the first time in a number of years , the Intercounty blood- mobile will visit Brookhaven village today to take up its station at ' .he Brookhaven rire- house from 1 to 7 p.m. It is hoped that from 75 to 100 p ints of blood will be donated to maintain a favorable bal- ance in the Brookhaven com- munity blood bank. Baby sitting service and transportation will be provid- ed as needed by members of the ambulance and fire com- panies and their wives, who are also providing coffee and sandwiches for donors. Donors are advised not to eat fatty foods for four hours before donating. If during the hours stated , information or assistance is required , telep hone the fire- house , Bellport 7-0282. Bel l port Village Appointments Are Announced BELLPORT — Appointments; made at the annual organizational meeting of the Bellport Village board Monday nig ht included tlie creation of a new position , deputy building inspector , and a new com- mittee of two trustees to be in charge of recreation. Stanley B. Piermann , a former village trustee , was appointed deputy building inspector at $1 a year to assist his father , George H. Piermann , who was reappointed village building inspector foi ariother one-year term . Another action taken by the board was to change the regular meeting night from the second Friday to the second Monday of each month. The next meeting o( the board will therefore by at 8 p. m. July 13. Mrs. Martha R. Houston was reappointed village clerk for two years and also secreta ry to the planning board ; Raymond R. Mac- Lean reappointed treasurer for two years; Pete r V. Snyder , vil- lage attorney, and Mrs. Mary C. Heede, village historian. Ira G Rogers , Jr., is to be asked to serve as a member of the p lanning board for another three-year term. The Brookhaven town lockup and pound were designated of- ficial lockup and pound for the village; The Patchogue Advance , official newspaper; The Bellport National Bank , official depository. The village board will serve as the board of assessors. Named to the newly-created recreation committee by Mayor Harry F. Bedell were Trustees Lawrence E. Fuller and Rowland F. Smith. All other committees were re- appointed by Mayor Bedell as fol- lows : Highwa y—Trustees Smith and Willis H. \ Hawkins; Parking areas and parks—Trustees Smith and Hawkins; Dock — Trustees Smith and Fuller; Street Lights— Tiustee John T. Keeley; Audit- Trustees Fuller and Smith; Ma- chinery — Trustees Smith and Hawkins; Sanitation — Trustees Keeley and Hawkins; Finance — Trustees Fuller and Smith; Com- munity center -— Trustee Fuller; Supp lies — Trustees Smith and Keeley; Publicity—Trustees Smith and Keeley; Water and Gas — Trustees Smith and Hawkins; Bathing beaches — Trustee Haw- kins; Country Club park — Trus- tees Fuller and Keeley; Planning board—Trustees Fuller and Smith; Civil Defense — Trustee Fuller; Village office — Trustee Keeley. New Fiscal Year Of Ambulance Starts With Bang BELLPORT — Starting its new- fiscal year off with a hang, the Bellport ambulance made eight trips from July 1 to July 7. Two were 1 made July 1, the first at !l:45 a. m. to take Timothy Btigin of Melrose parkway, Easi Patchogue , to Brookhaven Me- morial hospital for treatment and back home, with Andrew Sorise and Paul Groh as crew; the second at (!:45 p. m. to take Bryan Al- banowski , 54(1 Meade avenue , to BMH , John Conway and William Hermus as crew. Friday at 10 a. m., Mr. Bergin was again taken to the hosp ital for treatment and home by An- drew Sorise and Arnold Sparrow Sunday at 11:10 a. m., Edward Bishop and Robert Lyons, Jr. drove Mr. Holmes , !>5 Southern boulevard , East Patchogue , to BMH. Monday at 10 a. m., Robert Lyons. Ill , and John Hanson drove Mr. Bergin to BMH and home again after treatment and at 10 a. m. Tuesday, Mr. Berg in was driven there and back by Andrew Sorise and George Coon. At 11:50 a . in. Tuesday, the Bell port ambulance , covering for the Patchogue ambulance , drov, Mrs. Rose Schoeiienborgei- , 10 Cedar avenue , Patchogue to B.MII with Robert Lyons , III. driving, assisted by Robert. Smith of tin Patchogue ambulance crew. At 1:15 p. m. Tuesday Miss Elizabelp Honnett , injured in an accident on Main street , was taken to BMH by William Hermus and Paul Cioh * At the close of the past fiscal year, June MO. a record total of 172 trips was recorded for the local ambulance , • '! I more than foi the previous year. A new creative writing workshop has recentl y been founded m the Brookhavci i-Bi ll port-South Haven area , and the group now advertises itself as l eady to receive a few more adult members. Those interested in working seriousl y should contact the Rev. Charles A. Kellogg of Brookhaven , either by card or telephone. (\barter members of the writing workshop are William Reynolds , Ross Fodoric.o , and Mrs. Jane Gardner of Heli port; Charles A. Kellogg of Brookhaven; and Guy Emery of Sout h Haven. Thus far , they have produced among them- selves some 111 poems and live short, stories. Two of the mem- bers ar e currently workin g on novels , and another on a play. The procedure at the bi-monthly meetings is informal. Normall y, there will be at least two pieces of fresh work to be read and criticized, followed by cotl' ee and lengthy discussion on the merits ami demerits of the work , as well as discussion about contemporary literary problems , mostly as they concern an author. Looking to the future , the group is considering issuing invitations to a few prominent writers , critics, and editors to address them and debate with them. There has also been some thoug ht given to the establishment of a summer writ- ers ' conference in this area , and also co-operation with the Brook- h. -iveii-Soiith Haven Presbyterian church in a major church-art fes- tival in I' . KJO . The in-vt meetin g will he held at S p. in. July 25 in the home of Guy Emory on Monta uk highway. Smith Haven . Prospective mem- bers , however , arc advised not to attend until I hey have talked over I heir interest with either Mr. Emerv or the Kev. Mr. Kellogg. Area s New Creative Writing Workshop Seeks Members 'Blue Denim ' Set At Comm. House Saturday, Sun . BELLPORT — Gateway Show- case , a company of younger nu-m- lu is of the Gateway Playhouse ' s resident company, will give its lirst product inn of the season at the Bellport community house at 7 p. m . Saturday and at 2 p. m. Sunday. The p lay. \Blue Denim, \ is one of the newest Broadway hits and is an exciting story about, teen- agers and their present-day prob- lems. It bad an extended run ii New York city and the cast in- cluded William ' Bush , now appeal- ing in \Tb<' Girls in 50!» . \ at the Gateway Plavhou. se. Peter ' Marble , director of \Blue Denim , \ has used proscenium stag- ing for this stirring play and will use the new Gateway light dim- ming system at the community house. Ill presenting this iioii-cuminei - rial showcase project , ill Bellport. Gateway ' s management is starting its program in th e performing ari - as a Bell port community non-profit enterprise. The project will include p lays given in the community bouse , art. exhibits , dance recitals anil concerts. Admission to the \Blue Denim \ pioductions Saturday night and Sunday afternoon is ' . '0 cent-; , oi a Gateway Theatre ticket stub ¦•( ' the current week. Scout group and charitable organizations for \ ming peop l . ' are invited without anv admission charge. BELLPORT The Kreanier Stiect Elementary school Pa rent- Teacher association will sponsor a n.ii-iial comedy. \Say Darling, \ at tiie Gateway Theatre at K::itl p. m. 'I uesday. Anyone wishing t<> buy tickets ' mav ' call Mrs. Thomas l-Vcnov at ATlanti c (i-HH' .H. THEATRE PARTY Old Osborn House Is Razed Business Bldg. Or Supermarket May Take Place By MARY HEEDE BELLPORT — Another old landmark of Bell port disappeared fro m the scene forever this week. The fine old three-story Osborn ' louse , about 130 years old , well- j iuil t and still in strong condition , ¦ins been razed to clear the way ' or what is considered today \ progress , \ a supermarket or another business structure. Earl y Monday morning the Kurrnss wrecking equipment went o work on the old building, gnashed and clawed away all day, tod b y nightfall every vestige of ' .he old house had disappeared and he excavation filled in. Only a one-story wing built onto the west •ide in 1951 and a small out- building remained on the scene. The wing was to be moved and used as a beach cottage. The out- building, or pump house , was also to be moved. The property, which has a frontage of about 250 feet on South Country road , with its three and one-half acres running back to a point about 500 feet from the road , is now owned by the Jane- van Realt y Corp., of which Max Staller of Farmingdale is one of the principals , having been sold '¦ist week by Jomah Associates of Patchogue. Most of the property is zoned for business , hut peti- tions for the change of zone from Residential C to Business E on a portion in the northwesterly part to allow for the construction •f a building further back with a large parking area in front were the subject of two public hearings , at which the rezoning was op- posed b y hundreds of residents. The village board last month de- nied the change. Built about lS. 'jO as the home of Henry Gardiner of Rridge- hanipton , a member of the Lion Gardi ner family of Gardiner ' s Is- land, the house was sold in 18I1G <o Si lomon M. Levengston , who in 1S40 traded it to Charles Os- born for property in New York citv. Mr. Osborn gave it to his younger son, Edward , who lived in the house until his death in 187. '! . The property then went to his widow , Catherine , who gave it to her son, Charles K. Osborn. Mr . Osborn died in 1032 and his wi- dow , Nellie , lived in the house for a numbe r of years. The property passed into the lunula <>f The Patchogue Bank and Trust company aniP was sold liv Hie hank to W. Daniel Rohan in It ' ll. Mrs. Charles Axtma nn of Belliiort rented the house from P' . 'is to ltl lt ; and had a tea room there. Mr . Boh' an held the prop- ert y for about, a year , sold it in 11115 to Thomas Woroniecki , a firearms dealer, who lived there :ind also published n magazine , \<Inns . \ there for a short time. Mi - . Rohan boneht the property back again in 1047 and converte d the house into apartments , add- ing the wing on the west . In 1953 the Heliport Development corpor- ation , of which Sand y Geraine is president, bought the property that remained after Mr. Mohan had sold the southeast corner to the Standard Oil Company. Jomah associates bought it. in 1057. When it became known that Jomah Associates was p lanning to demolish the bouse and sell the property last year, but that the linn would give the house away if it were removed from the prop- erty, a group of local interested people appealed 1,, the village hoard to finance the moving of I lie st ruct tire to the village park at the corner of Heliport lane and Hell st reet to he used as a village museum , but met . with no . success. Appeals to the Societ y for the Preservation of Long Island An- ti quities and also local wealthy :residents to finance the preserv- ation of the house were likewise ol no ava il. So another old land- mark fell under the crush of the wrecker. Although the CSS Constella- tion is now iliy docked , almost 15P yea rs after her launching, she can till lay elaim to a few \firsts. \ Sin- was the first man o ' war built and commissioned b y the Navy, tin first Navy shi p to have a s peciall y trained crew , and the ' i:st ship <m which Marines served. WORLD FAMED FAT I MA STATUE OF OUR BLESSED MOTHER WILL BE AT ST . JOSEPH THE WORKER R . C. CHURCH MONTAUK HIGHWAY , EAST PATCHOGUE SATURDAY JULY 11 4 P. M. ^ mi f lifnf f nii ii tH i w niii iH W H ni mm ^ MMWMWMMMMIIi ^ ! H Bl M MR MVJ k wl HRSBRS M XSI I ' KMiZL^E«i^^^Lm!L£^Z^M^^^^^^^ME^^B^^^&MBR^B ilBI M HI M H B K V f wBBKjSjHH lR^^H3?^^^3[ Hawkins Gulf Garage Rnfff gjfflJ^^^T *^\^ § I HHflHHHHHj flfl II ttHBHHH^HBHBH I HH9fliSRPSiP^B ^wjj^wiw^wffj^^H I H^|BPMPH9HP^ HHH H^P9~ I ! 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Member Federal Reserve System Jt f^ gflfSorl^fe Si rrn vj^gEraggg^J uTfl ^jjr LEWIS KNIGHT , PH. C. THT PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED DRUGS — GIFTS — COSMETICS . BABY NEEDS SICK ROOM SUPPLIES Brookhaven - South Haven Mnry M. Alhurger. Illillpnrl 7-0»79K The annual meeting of the Brookhaven Free library associa- tion announced in error for .Inly 8 will be held at 8 p. m. tomor- row at the library. For your Insurance needs con- sult Strickland Agency, Inc. BKll- port 7-0312. —Adv. The reading hour sponsored by the Brookhaven PTA and Brook- haven library association was held for the first time this season , Mon- day morning. Readers were Mes- dames William IJonyitn and David McCutcheon. Mrs. Bonyiin read \Paddle-to-the-Sea \ by Ilollintfs (' .. Hollings and poems of Ou;den Nash to the older j rroup of list- eners: Katy McCutcheon , Myra Olband , Klizalietb Lacey, Patricia Taylor , Kleanor Kuler , Cynthia Castellano , Mary Jo Alburtr er , John Kuler , Joseph Pidal , Billy Cirella , Edward Caracci , Mark .ScliwinRhamcr , Clifford Brown , Frank Caracci , John Osborne , Jer- ry Torres , Finest Colsmann , Jerry Smallitie;, Johnny Smallinjr , David McCutcheon , Beth Floyd , Step hen Brown , Lisa Anderson , Marie and Priscilla Torres , Sally Beyer anil Sharon Andors . Mrs. McCutcheon read \Yertle the Turtle , \ Dr. Seuss , \Mother West Wind , \ Bur- gess, and \Willie (Joes to School , \ Vinson to t he younger group: Martin Schmitt , David and Mich- ael U i- 1' i u II I i , Colleen and John Caracci , Jane Schwinghamer , J amen Taylor , Judy and J o a n Westo n , Cynthia Brown , Ninon Lacey, Robert and Donna Scirctta , Susan Reill y, Peter Brown , Allen Chinowsky, Victo r Sher , Kathy McKeown. Louis Floyd , Meg and Pam Sylvester , Lee Colsmann, Al- lison Andors , Scott McCutcheon , John and Linda Jensen. The read- ing hour from 10-11 a. m. Mon- days will continue through August 10. Readers will be: July Li , Mes- dames John Floyd and William Chinowsky; July 20 , Mesdames Emil L' rcitioli and Ralp h Taylor; July 27 , Mesdames Harold Sylves- ter and Richard Brown; August :i . Ral p h Weston and David Mc- Cutcheon and August 10 , Kdward Reilly and Harold Petheram. Reilly and Harold Petheram. Co- lumbia university and in the Cos- molron group at Ifrookbaveii Na- tional Laboratory tins sunnier. Kverett Swezey of Locust road was n-iicst-of-lionnr June :il at a surprise bullet supper giv-n by members of bis car pool and (heir families on the occasion ol his retirement from Hrookbaveii Nati onal Laboratory where be has been emp loyed the past twelve years. Civen at the home of .M r. and Mrs. Ralp h Tay lor of NVw.-y lane , it was attended by .M rs. Swezey, Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Brown ' and sons , Peter and Steven, of Chapel avenue; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Teimiie and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Craven of (lid Stump road; Mr. and Mr s . Fred Cillcspie and daughters , Shirley and Mii-ln-le , ol Pine street and the Swe/. ey ' s sell and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mr s . William Swezey, and daughter, Robin , of Locust road . Mr. Swezey expects In devote tune to enjoying his . '10-foot cruder, Y. -iliet y Yak Yak and carpentry. Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward V. Sayre of llmiey lam- were Mr. and Mrs. C . Foster Aldridge and sons , Peter and Ste- ven , of Rochester. The Rev. Richard W. Cray at- tended conferences of the Ep is- copalian cli rcy of Long I sland held June LI' . i through Jul y 1 al Unwell I se . Wc-thainpt oii. Iliiilseguesl over the holidays of Mr. ;ind Mi>. H arry Pab-v-ky of Soiilh Country mad wa s Ai rs . I' u- |ev .sKv ' s III nl her . (ioodwill Sallllllel of New York city. Mr. and M rs. Eugene L. Church anil ebildieii . Rel.ecca arid David, returned home Sunday alter a week ' s visit at the lnuue of Mrs . Church ' s family. Mr. and Mrs . \V. R. Meirs of Wind Rush Fiinn , Clean, Ridge , N. .1. A holiday guesl of the II. Jus- tin Paller. -nns of Pay mad was Roheri Troop of New York city. Ucciipy ine . the Alan C. Baker house while the Bakers are in Europe an- Dr. and Mrs. Mel vin Schwartz, and children , David , . 'i' j years and I liane , I ' ¦ _ years ol' Nort h Tarrytown. Mr. Schwartz is a professor at Columbia university and in the Cosmotron group at, Brookhaven N. -iliuiial Laboratory this summer. -' Continued on page X . this section rrti i twt ii iiir ii iiiii i iiiiii iiiiiii i iini i ti w i'i ni iiiiiiii i li ti l i lllill l llli llllllllllll' H iil l GONE FROM SCENE - 0M ^ house on South Country road near Heliport ' s main intersection was razed thrs week to make way for supermarket or another business struc- ture. House was about 130 years old. —Advance Photo

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