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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, January 07, 1960, Image 7

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Bellport N ews Items of Interest Margaret Warner, Tel. BEUport 7-0(5* .. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hoffmann of Bell port lane over the holidays were their son-in-law and daug hter , Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Vizcarrondo of Lancaster , Pa. Mrs. Louis J. Hertlin and daug h- ter , Lillian , of Lake Ronkonkoma were Christmas day guests of the Hoffmanns. A cooperative party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Perry of Country Club road on New Year ' s eve. brown ' s Garage. TeL BEUport 7-0229. —Adv. Tommy Binnington arrived home last Thursday after spending a week with his grandmother , Mrs. Thomas Caddo of Brown ' s lane. His cousin , Gilbert Thompson , a student at Cheshire academy, Cheshire , Conn., returned with Tommy and visited with the John Binnington famil y of Brown ' s lane until Monday. About 50 teenagers attended a New Year ' s eve party sponsored by the cooperative efforts of Mr. and Mrs. George Roeser , Mr. and Mrs . Donald Streit , Mr . and Mrs. Maxwell Small , and Dr. and Mrs. Robert Love. The party was held in the Circus bar of the Wyandotte Hotel. The group enjoyed dancing, and at midnig ht was served a buffet . A cooperative New Year ' s eve party was held at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Walton Shreeve of South Howell' s Point road. For your Insurance Needs Call Pat Raimond , YAphank 4-3849. —Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Barone of Brooklyn were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fuoco of Private road for the New Year ' s holiday and weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wheatley and children , Dorrie and Melanie , who recently moved from White- stone to Commack , visited with Mrs . Wheatley ' s mother , Mrs. An- tonette Fuoco of Fuoco street , on New Year ' s day. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zinn of Old Greenwich , Conn., spent Friday and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. v Peter Pai ge of Bellport lane. Mr. ami Mrs. Paige entertained at a \Stew and Brew \ Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ross en- tertained a group of friends at a cocktail party at their home on Academy lane Sunday afternoon. About 25 people attended a co- operative buffet supper held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lispenard Suydam of Bell port lane N e w Year ' s eve. For your fabric and yarns Tots- -N-Cottons. Bellport. —Adv. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. John Lancaster and family of Gerard street visited with Mr. Lancaster ' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. George Y. Lancaster of Douglaston. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carleton of Brown ' s lane entertained the following peope for the first part of a progressive dinner New Year ' s eve: Mr. and Mrs. Blair Munhofe n , Mr. and Mrs . Lee Gemmell , Mr. and Mrs. David Alburger , Mr. and Mrs. Michael McKeown , Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wiswall , of Brook- haven ; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sim- mons of Bell port; Mrs. Nick Mun- hofen of South Sioux City, Neb.; and Prof, and Mrs. Norman Sol- lenberger of Lawrenceville , N. J. A cooperative party was given b y Chick Finn at the home of his parents , Mr. and Mrs. W. Alvord Finn of South Country road New Year ' s eve. Miss Dorothy Boylan of West Haven , Conn., was a guest of Miss Eileen Moore of Circuit road over the New Year holidays. The following group of Bellpor- ters attended a New Year ' s eve party held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marrone of Patch- ogue: Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Bow- man , Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brown , Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Feeney, Mr. and Mrs. G. Frank Long, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mahoney, and Mr. and Mrs . Thomas Meag her. Mr . and Mrs. Henry Haskell of Brewster lane entertained a few friends at an egg nog party Sun- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Gibson and famil y returned to their home on Pearl street last week after spend- ing the Christmas holiday with Mr . Gibson ' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. John G. Gibson of Cleveland Heights , O. The High Ball dance held at the Wyandotte Hotel Saturday night was a great success with about 200 people attending. The music was furnished b y the Lester Lanin orchestra of New York city. Bellport Fish Market — Freeh Daily. BEUport 7-0710. —Adv. Mr. and Mrs. George Seyfert and daughte r , Linda , of George court , returned home last Wednes- day after spending the Christmas holiday with Mrs. Seyfert' s par- ents , Mr. and Mrs. Lester Stal- necker of Lebanon , Pa., and Mr. Seyfert' s \ parents , Mr . and Mrs. George H. Seyfert of Reading, Pa. Returning last week from Hud- son were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence O'Reilly and children , Lauren and Katherine , of Circuit road who visited for the Christmas holiday with Mrs. O'Reilly ' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. John Mullins. A group of Bell porters met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Rand of Munsell road for cocktails before the High Bull dance Satur- day ni g ht. Mr. and Mrs. David Winslow and daug hter , Cindy, of Bieselin road , returned home last week after spending the Christmas holiday with Mrs. Winslow ' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. Cl yde Shenk of Louisa , Va. On Monday night , Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Winslow of Massil- lon , O., arrived for a few days ' visit with their son and daughter- in-law. Eddie Rant , son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rant of Woodland Park road , entertained a few of his friends at his home last Wednesday ni ght. Guests of Mr. and Mrs . Louis Perino , Jr., of North Howell' s Point road New Year ' s eve were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rant and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Regalmuto. Arriving home Saturday from Worcester , Mass., were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stock and family of Country Club road who visited Mrs. Stock' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hall over the New Year holiday. A surprise belated birthday par- ty was given for Miss Kare n Olsen in honor of her seventeenth birthday Saturday ni ght at her home by a few friends and her mother. After the opening of gifts , dancing, games , and refreshments were enjoyed. Twenty young peo- ple were present. Mr. and Mrs . Frank Connolly of Remsenburg were Saturday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Tully of North Howell' s Point road. Mrs. Helen Mortensen and Miss Sara Letton , who is a ballerina in the Nutcracker Suite at City Center , New York city, were guests of Mrs. Sigrid Rice of South Country road for the New Year ' s holiday. PFC Robert Rice left for California Saturday and will be stationed in Korea for the next 13 months. A buffet supper and New Year ' s eve party was g iven by Miss Evelyn Moger at her home on Country Club road . Those present were Mr. and Mrs . Malcolm John- son , Mr. and Mrs . Andrew Olsen , Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Carter , Mr. and Mrs . William Muller , and Mrs. Mark Smith. Mrs. William Francis of Belle- ville , N. J., visited for a few- days during the holidays with her son-in-law and daughte r , Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Bergin of Acade- my lane. Bill Luck , son of Mrs. William Luck of South Howell' s Point road , entertained the following group of friends at a New Year ' s eve party at his home: Richard Scott , Lynn Corwin , Daniel Quinn , Sherry Walburton , Pam Edwards , Richard Maye , Kathy O'Neill , Lionel Rosen- blatt , Judy Holler , Jim Marrion , Gail Corwin , Joe Coleman , and Thomas Corwin. A cooperative party was given by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Larkin at their home on Academy lane New Year ' s eve. Fifteen coup les attend- ed the celebration. Mr. and Mrs . C. Robert McLean returned to their home in New London , Conn., after spending the Christmas holiday with Mr. Mc- Lean ' s brother-in-law and sister , Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hulse of Bieselin road . Last. Wednesday, the Hulses had as guests Dr. and Mrs. Michael Cohen of Philadel- phia , Pa. Mrs. Cohen , the former Miss Regina Buckley, was employ- ed at the Brookhaven National Laboratory prior to her marriage , and during that time she resided in Bell port. Dr. Cohen teaches p hysics at the University of Penn- sylvania. Good weather and lots of snow were enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Buchanan on their skiing trip to Hanover , N . II., last week. They returned to their home on George court Sunday. Twenty six young people cele- brated the holiday vacation at a dance given b y Lynne MacComis- key last Wednesday night at the home of her parents , Mr. and Mrs. R. William MacComiskcy of George court. Miss Gladys Weidncr is enter- taining the Hurricane Bolivia club at the Little White House on Main street this afternoon. Jack Ohlsen , a sophomore at Cornell university, returned to Ithaca Sunday after spending the holiday vacation with his parents , Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ohlsen of South Country road. Yesterday afternoon , Mrs. Frank Corwin entertained her bridge club at her home on Brown ' s lane. Mr. and Mrs . John Schinn of North Howell' s Point road attended a gathering of old friends at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Gavin of Merrick Saturday ni ght. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fi ' cken of Circuit road attended a New Year ' s eve celebration at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Schultz ,, ' Oceanside , then spent the night at the home of Mr. and Airs. Theodore Garing of Wantagh. Ei g ht coup les gathered at the home of Sgt. and Mrs . William Valentine of North Brewster lane to celebrate the coming of the New Year. Mr. and Mrs. William Florio and children of General McLean drive drove to Brooklyn Sunday to at- tend the fortieth wedding anni- versary celebration of Mr. Florio ' s parents , Mr . and Mrs . Michael Florio. The Michael Florios took all their children and grandchildren to dinner at the Zila Viola Restau- rant in Brooklyn. Out-of-town visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Floyd Hassell of Cottage Place Saturday were Mr . and Mrs. Gerald Hassell , Mrs. Howard LeBlanc , Eugene , Leonard , and Albert Hassell , of Watbam , Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Has- sell of Hicksville; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wernersbach and daughter , Nancy, of Hempstead. Gordon Fleming celebrated his twelfth birthday with a few of his friends Sunday. The following boys had lunch with Gordon and were his guests at the Patchogue Theatre: Dean McChesney, John Pfeifl e , and Douglas Paige. Gordon is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Fleming of Academy lane. Bernard and William Jefferson , both juniors at Lincoln university, Oxford , Pa., and Miss Arlene Jef- ferson , a sophomore at Cheyney State Teachers college , Cheyney, Pa., have resumed their studies after spending the holiday vaca- tion with their parents , Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Jefferson of New Jer- sey avenue. Sunday afternoon , Mr. and Mrs. Gus Atten of Norh Howell' s Point road entertained at a party for their son , Donny, in celebration of his third birthday. The guests were Bobby and Diana Osuna, Crissy Cox , Nicky anil Betty Lanzetta , of Bell port; Arthur and Susan Kreschmer of Lake Grove; Dawn Occhiuzzo of Lake Ronkonkoma; Donny ' s grandparents . Mr. ami Mrs. Ward Cox of Circuit road and Mr. and Mrs . Gus Atten of Mastic; Harold Habe of New York city. Dr. and Mrs. J. R. M. Innes returned to their home on Livings- ton road last Wednesday after visiting for the past six weeks in Switzerland , Paris , France and England On New Year ' s day, they had a famil y reunion with their son and daughter-in-law , Mr. and Mrs. B. .1. M. limes and son , Rob- ert Bruce , of Montreal , Canada, and their son-in-law and daughter , Mr. and Mrs. Philip ,|. Muth of Baltimore , M.l. B. J . M limes is a student at McGill Medical school in .Montreal. Karen and David Bohn , children of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bohn of South Country road, spent the New Year ' s holiday with their grand- mother , Mrs. John Wardlaw of New York city. Mrs. Caroline Bieselin and her sons , Harry and Jerry, of 21 Bieselin road returned home Sun- day from Jacksonville , N. C , where they visited for two weeks with Mrs. Bieselin ' s son-in-law and daughter , Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kroker. On Saturday, .Mr. and Mrs. Law- rence Bieselin and family of Biese- lin road arrived home after spend- ing the New Year ' s holiday witli Mrs. Biesein ' s brother-in-law ..nd sister , Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Mc- Shane and family of Norwood , R. I. Mr. and -Mrs. Bernard Wiener and family of George court spent New Year ' s day and the weekend with Mrs. Wiener ' s brother-in-law and sister , Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Adelman of Ridgefield , N. J. Mr . and Mrs. Edward Schleiter of Munsell road left for Los Angeles , Calif., last Wednesday and will spend the winter months there. During the holidays , Mr. and Mrs. Evan Williams of Boston , Mass ., spent a few days with Mr. Williams ' parents , Mr. and Mis. Clarke Williams of South Country road. Other guests of the Williams were .Mr. and Mrs. liorge Jacobsen and daughter , Miss Veite Jacob- sen , and son , John Jacobsen , of South Norwalk , Conn. Mr. and Mis . Richard Madey and son , Ronald , of Wigtel lane , are vacationing in .Miami , Fla., for two weeks . Pamela I' .org, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Donald Borg of South Country road , celebrated her fourth birthday with ::n afternoon party at her home la. -t Wednesday. Her guess were Elizabeth Shreeve , Darryl Madey, Kathleen I.acey, Kowen-i ;- ' ,azer , Jimmy Schwartz. Mary Lee Cool , Nathaniel Rosen- blatt , Susan Gibson , and Pamela ' s brothers , Douglas and Andy. The following people went to the Princeton Triangle club show , \Breakfast in Bedlam ,, ' in Hunting- ton Saturday night. - . Mr . and Mrs. Victor M. Reusch , and son , Victor , Jr.. Mr. and Mrs . .lames Vaiighan , and Mrs . Malcolm Johnson. A son , Robert Brooke Lea I) . was born to Mr. and Mrs . Spi-rry Lea at the Georgetown hosp ital , Washington , D. ( ' ., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. l. ea are summer resi- dents of Bellport. SALE CLOSING FOR ALTERATION ON FEBRUARY 1st i -•- MUST CLEAR ALL WINTER MERCHANDISE -#- Dresses - Sportswear - Suits -©- DRASTIC REDUCTIONS PLAIN i FANCY MAIN STREET BELLPORT JffrinMwyvinnMirVvwM*riiM>wv*r»v*tr^^gwii w fi» w f^^ Clocks and Watches of all Types Repaired 139 MAIN STREET BELLPORT , N. T, Tel. BEUport 7-0860 -¦' I • I I I >l I I I I I I I I I ¦ I I ¦ I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I t I I I | | | | | ¦ | | l a l THE LAST 300 FT. OF WHITE SANDY BEACH ; : AVAILABLE AT EXCLUSIVE AREA OF : \ BELLPORT , LONG ISLAND : Z Own your private beach forever along with excellent \ bathing, sailing, fishing from your own property. Z - Piece A-l' »0 feet of beach hy . 'CO feet deep SIR . 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Harm of Westhampton and Mr. and Mrs . Edward BoKash and son , Edward , of Center Moriches. All parents interested in reading methods will want to attend the meeting of Brookhaven Elementary school Parent-Teacher association to be held at 8 p. m. next Thurs- day in the auditorium of the school. Guest speakers will be Dr. Gerald Glass , head of the reading and study center at Adel phi college, and his wife , Esther Glass , who is in the remedial reading pro- gram in Central District 4. Both will be glad to answer questions on reading and related problems. Mr . and Mrs. William Bonyun and children , Steve , Archie and Paul , of Burnett lane returned December 30 from West-port Me., where they had spent Christmas at their farm. Mrs. C. Oliver Wellington of Meadow lane left last week for her home in Ponipano , Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Halliwell entertained at a family dinner Sunday. Guests were Mrs. Halli- well' s mother, Mrs. Effie Worrad of Patchogue , Mrs. Halliwell' s brothers and sisters-in-law , Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Worrad of North Patchogue and Mr. and Mrs . Lewis Worrad and children, Janet , Lewis and Nancy, of Bayport; her nep h- ew , Mr. and Mrs. Harold Worrad of North Patchogue and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Slavick and childre n , June , Donald and Raymond , of Oakdale. On the way home spending Christmas with their son-in-law and daughter , Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pratt of Augusta , (5a ,. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin R. Nystrom and daughters , Nancy and Linda , of Carol place visited Mr. and Mrs . Lester Greer of Winston-Salem , N. C , former residents of Hempstead . The Nyslroms spent New Year ' s day at the home of Mr. Nystrom ' s brother , Joel N ystrom of Prince- ton . N. J., YMCA world general secretary. Miss Nancy Nystrom left Sunday to return to Syracuse university where she is a senior. Mr. and Mrs. George Shortmeier spent the Christmas holidays at the home of their son and daugh- ter-in-law , Mr. and Mrs . George Shortmeier , Jr., of Garrison. Miss Marion Tuthill , who spent the Christmas holiday at the home of her brother-in-law and sister , Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johanknecht , Jr., returned to her home in Ro- chester December ;i0. Miss Judy Munhofen , daughter of Mr. and Mrs . Blair Munhofe n , celebrated her thirteenth birthday December 211 al a party at. her home. Guests were Miss Pat Rant of East Patchogue; Misses Susan Conway, Susan Baker and Kathy Donohue and Rusty Carpenter , David Lanman , Hobby Collins , Lar- ry Bieslin, Kevin McQuado and John Spires , all of Heli port and Misses Nancy Briggs and Julie Majestic and Louis Vaccaro and Robert l'iccione , all of Brookhaven. Guests over the New Year ' s holi- day of the Lee Gemniell family were Mrs . GenimeH' s brother and sister-in-law , Mr. and Mrs. Nor- man Sollenberger of Lawrenceville , N. J. Miss Linda Gemmell , who had been spending the holidays with her family, left Saturday for Manhattan , Kan., where she is a sop homore at Kansas State uni- versity. Houseguests over the New Year ' s holiday of Mr . and Mrs. Walter Kalinowski of ('Impel road were Mr. and Mrs . Rolf Erh-son and daughter , Susan , of East Northport. The Kalinowski' s en- tertained New Year ' s day at din- ner. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Craven of Old Stump road , Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wnenta ami sons . Daniel and Stanley, .lames II. Lyons and Mr. and Mrs. Rich- ard Darrow of Carman boulevard , Mr. and Mrs . William van der Zahn of Heliport and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moscato and son , Gary, of Brooklyn. Guests over the New Year ' s holiday of Mr. and Mrs . Frederick Mohlmann of Yap hank avenue were Mrs . Mohlmann ' s parents , Mr. and Mrs . Stanley (' rook of Newburgh. Raymond Buckley, smi of Mrs. Muriel Buckley, left December . ' ill lo return to Florence , (la., where he is a sophomore at Florence Stale university. Mr. and Mrs. William Dnlger , their daughter , Gerry, ami son , Harvey, of Hawkins lane spent Saturday in New York city where they attended a performance of \Once Upon a Mattress \ at the Alvin theatre . Gerry then left for Alfred university where she is a freshman. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Potter en- tertained at a cocktail party at their home on Beaver Dam road New Year ' s day. David Comstock , son of Mr. and Mrs . Herbert \Bud\ Comstock , of South Country road left Saturday to return to St. Michael' s college , Winooski Park , Vt . Robert Z u k o w s k i , boilerman Third Class stationed at Norfolk , Va., and son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zukowski of Pine street spent from December 2H until yes- terday on leave at home. His sis- ter , Karen, left Sunday to return to the College of Education at Oswego where she is a sophomore. A number of couples partici- pated in a progressive supper New Yea r ' s eve. Cocktails were served at the home of Mr. and Mrs . Richard Carleton of Bell port , din- ner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gemmell of South Country road and dessert at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David E. Alburger. Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Andors entertained Saturday night at a co-operative supper preceding the dance at the Wynadottc Hote l , Heliport. Mrs. Ralph Maust and Ralph Mausf , Jr. , of South Country road entertained Saturday afternoon at a Thistle party in honor of their houseguest . Dr. Bruce Rice of Bet hesda , Md. Fellow Thistle en- thusiasts present were Mr . and Mrs. Irving Oleves , Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Weston and Mr. and Mrs. Finest Derrick of Sayville; Gene Reunion of Valley Stream; Mich- ael Lipschitz of Patchogue; Mr. and Mrs. George Roeser , Donald Coon , Mr. and M rs. Joseph Hen- drie , James Fgnn and Keith Row- ley of Heliport. Ral p h returned to Adelphi college , Garden City, Sun- day. Richard Bever , son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Chester Beyer , left Satur- day for Florence State university, Ga. . where he is a freshman. John Strickland , son of Mr. and Mrs. Willis A. Strickland of Bay road left Sunday for Dudley, Mass., where he attends Nichols college . Mr. and Mrs. Richard II. Wis- wall entertained Sunday afternoon at an eggnog part y for Mr. Wis- wall' s associates in the Nuclear Engineering section of Brookhaven National Laboratory. Gus Vaccaro . son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vaccaro . and Edward Leistman , son of Mr. and Mrs . Gus Leistman , of Montauk high- way left by air Sunday for Mil- waukee , Wis., where they will at- tend the Milwaukee School of Kn- gineering . Gus is transferring from Framingdalc School of Agri- culture mid Engineering, while Fid- ward is beginning his studies. Mr. and Mrs . Robert Knieger and children, Bonnie and John , re- turned Saturday from Philadelphia where they spent New Year ' s holi- day at the home of Mr. Krueger ' s mother . Mr. Martha Krueger. 1960 DOG LICENSES : Should Be Obtained Immediatel y | From | ARTHUR McCOMB , Town Clerk Brookhaven Town Hall , Patchogue , N.Y. ' I All dogs must ha licensed , including puppies | running at large upon becoming six months j of age , and when at large must wear the ! I tag issued for such dog. Otherwise , the dog , is subject to seizure and if not redeemed ! may be sold or destroyed. I i ; LICENSE FEES AS FOLLOWS : j | Male Dog $2.25 Spayed Female Dog $2.25 j j Female Dog $5.25 j Local Kiwanians Raise $3 , 500 For Area Units At the December iii* meeting of the Patchogue Kiwanis club held at the Patchogue Hotel , contribu- tions totaling upwards of $3 , 500 were made to various local chari- ties. Among the organizations that sent representatives to accept the contributions were : Brookhaven Memorial hospital , Suffolk County Association for the Hel p of Re- tarded Children , Brookhaven Town YMCA , Industrial Home for the Blind , St. Charles hospital , Suf- folk County Council Girl and Boy Scouts , Patchogue Ambulance company and the Quarterback Club of Patchogue. It was also announced that com- plete Christmas dinners were pro- vided for four local needy families including 27 children. Earlier in December , Patchogue Kiwanians distributed over 100 gifts to hospi- talized children and orphans in Suffolk county institutions. Kiwanis President James Bianca thanked the club for its consci- entious fund-raising efforts in 1959 and praised the many people of Suffolk county who have supported the various Kiwanis activities in the past year. Mr. Bianca stated , \It is only throug h public coopera tion and support of our dances and other fund-raising pr o j e c t s that these vitally important contributions are possi- ble. \ Human Chain Rescues Youth From Pine Lake Fell Through Ice: MIDDLE ISLAND — Two fast-thinking teenagers saved a 10-year-old Middle Island boy from drowning last Wednesday after- noon after he 'd plunged through thin ice while trying to cross a frozen lake here. The youthful rescuers formed a human chain and used one boy s jacket as a rope in reach- ing the struggling high school junior . Pine lake , into which the boy had fallen , was the scene of a drowning last July. \All I could see was ice , water and sky, \ William Rabatin , the rescued boy, said later . \I' d al- ready gone down twice and the ice kept breaking off when I grabbed at it. I don ' t know what would have happened if they hadn 't gotten to me when they did. \ The rescue was almost a car- bon copy of a recent incident in which a 15-year-old Lake 1 Ronkon- koma boy rescued a 10-year-old companion who had fallen through the ice of Spectacle pond. In that rescue , a bundle of branches proved the lifeline that allowed the youngste r to be pulled out of the chill water. The mishap came at about 3:30 p.m., as William , of 50 North street here , was hurrying to meet two friends , Dennis Hoey, 17, and Kevin Harty, 11. As William * neared the eastern shore of Pine lake , about 900 feet from his home , he saw his two friends walking along the western shore. William decided to catch up to the others by walking across the frozen lake , which is about a city block in diameter. He plunged through a thin spot in the ice after walking about 100 feet. William said that he tried to grasp the ice to pull himself out of the wa ter but succeeded only in widening the hole through which he had fallen. \I couldn 't swim , \ he said , \because my galoshes and suburban coat weighed me down. 1 sank slowly and came up, then went down again and came up. \ He theorized that air captured by his coat pre- vented his sinking quickly. Meanwhile, Dennis and Kevin , alerted to William ' s predicament by an unidentified younger boy, raced around the lake to help him. Dennis , a Brooklyn Tech senior whose family spends sum- mers and holidays here , said: \We were afraid to cut across the lake for fear of falling in ourselves. \ The two boys moved slowly to- ward William , walking in the tracks he had made in the solid ice. When they were within a few feet of him , Dennis took off his jacket and threw it to William. Then , holding one end of the jac- ket , he lay down and began pull- ing William out. Kevin held Den- nis ' legs and the two of them were able to pull William from the water. Mrs . Rabatin said: \I almost died when he (William) came home. He was soaked to the skin. \ William , who took the incident much more calmly, was in the water for an estimated three or four minutes. He is a junior at Port Jefferson High school. Kevin lives on nearby Cedar lane and attends Port Jefferson Junior High school. A 30-year-old Selden resident , Donald Simons , drowned in the lake last July 8, while on an outing with his two children. News of the Churche s ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH Beaver Dam Road , Brookhaven Rev. Richard W. Gray, Vioar TODAY 8 p. m. — Executive committee meeting at the vicarage. Firs t Sunday afte r the Epiphany. 8 a. m. — Holy communion. V 11 a. m. — Churc h school. 11 a. m. — Morning prayer and sermon. BROOKHAVEN-SOUTH HAVEN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Beaver Dam Road , Brookhaven Rer. Charles A. Kellogg Pastor TODAY 8 p. m. — Meeting of the Wom- en ' s association at the home of Mrs . Harold Euler , Library lane. The subject of discussion will be \Introduction to Africa. \ FRIDAY 8 p. m. — Joint meeting of the session and the trustees at Fellowshi p hall. SUNDAY 9:30 a. m. — Church school. 10:15 a. m. — Youth choir re- hearsal. 11 a. m. — Church service. Sermon topic , \The A postle , Paul . \ 12 Noon — Church coffee hour. 7-9 p. m. — United Presbyterian Youth fellowship. TUESDAY 8 p. m. — Monthl y teachers ' meeting at the home of Mrs George Friedl , Yaphank avenue . BELLPORT METHODIST CHURCH South' Country road , Bellport Rev. Frederick I. Smith Pastor THURSDAY 8:15 p. in. — Mid-Week liiblc class. FRIDAY 7:. 'I0 p. m. — Junior High Skat- ing party. SUNDAY P:-) . 1 \ ) a. m.—Sunday school for all ages. Adult class taught by the pastor. XI a. m. — Church service. Raby sitting in the Wesley House. 2 p. m. — Senior High district workshop at Hab y lou . 4:30 p. m. — Confirmation class. 0 p. m.—Junior High fellow- shi p. TUESDAY 8 p. in. — W. S. C. S. meeting, WEDNESDAY 1 p. in. — Hour of Prayer. 7 p. m. — Choir practice . RUTH A.M.E. ZION CHURCH Bellport Rev. D. A. Hunt , Pastor SUNDAY 10 a. m. —Sunday school service. 11 a. ni. — Sunday church serv- ice. MONDAY 7:80 p. m. — Choir rehearsal. TUESDAY 7 p. m. — Prayer service . I Sure— | PAY VAY IS A GAV VAV | : IHJT don 't let all those hard-earned dol- : ¦ * • lars fly right by you. Save some of ' em , « : for future enjoyment , future opportuni- : ties , future security. Begin next pay day; « : open your savings account at our bank. : j | iThe Bellport National Bank! ! BELLPORT , N. T. S : : ; Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 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