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BELLPORT NEWS ITEMS Margaret Warner . Millport 7-0653 The Woman ' s Society of Chris- tian Service of the Bellport Metho- dist Church will hold . its annual Silver Tea at the home of Mrs. Charles Axtmann of Map le Street from 2 to 5 p. m. A pril 5. Every- one is welcome. On Sunday at 7 p. m. the Build- ing Fund group, headed by Mrs. Blanche Carle, will conduct a Gospel and song hour in p lace of the usual evening service sit the Ruth A. M. E. Zion Churc h on Station Road. The public is invited to attend. For your fabric and yarns Tots- N-Cottons , Bellport . —Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Huxley of Cambridge , England , spent the weekend of Marc h II with Mr. mid Mrs . Charles Dunbar of Otis Lane. Mrs. Huxley visited for a few more days with the Dunbars before , returning to Cambridge , Mass., where the coup le are now residing. During World War II. Mrs. Huxley lived with Mr. and Mrs. Dunbar and attended the Buckingham School m Cambridge , Mass. In England , she is a justice of the peace and is particularly interested in Children ' s Court. Mr. Huxley is a fellow at Trinity Col- lege , Cambridge , England , and is presently lecturing in biology at Harvard University. Bellport Fish Market — Fresh Daily. BEllport 7-0710. —Adv. Miss Michele Tinsley of Station Road returned home from Hun- tington Hospital Sunday. The Woman ' s Society, of Chris- tian Service of the Bellport Metho- dist Churc h will have a furniture sale April 2!) at the Wesley house. Call Mrs. James Hawkins at BEll- port 7-0190M for pickup. Miss Maureen Cummings spent the weekend with her parents , Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cummings of 15 North Howell' s Point Road. Miss Cummings , a student nurse at Southampton Hospita l , is now on three months ' affiliation at the •Margaret Hague Maternity Hos- pital, Jersey City , N. J. Home from Williams College , \Villiumstov;n. Mass., for S pring vacation is Leigh Baier , who will visit for 10 davs with his parents , Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baier of Bell- haven Road. Curtis B. Ball of Philadelphia , Pa., was a weekend housegucst of Mr. and Mrs. William ' B. Dall of South Howell' s Point Road. The Dalls entertained a few friends at a cocktail party in honor of their guest Saturday night. The Bellport Mr . and Mrs . Canasta Club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leverett Hulse of Holtsville Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Terwilliger of Circuit Road announce the birth of their first daughter. Joanne , at Brookhaven Memorial Hosp ital , East Patehogue , Friday. The Ter- willingers have two sons , Reid and Neil. Brown ' s Garage. Tel. BEllport 7-0229.—Adv. \A Night at the Grange \ was the theme at the meeting of the Hearth Club Sunday night at Parish Hall , C h r is t Church. Humorous games were played and the winners of the games were awarded packages of seeds. 'Host coup les were Mr. and Mrs. Emery Van Horn , chairmen , Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ebersole , Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Budny, Mr. and Mrs. John I nee , and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stock. Bellporteis who attended the seventh annua) Shakespeare Festi- val at Hufstra College Saturday were Mesdames William Reynolds , Richard Carleton, Allan Wood , and Malcolm Johnson. The program in- cluded t w o pie-Shakespearean p lays , a musicale , and \Romeo and Juliet. \ Mrs. Dwain White and Mrs. Jo- seph Hendrie , both of South Howell' s Point Road , went to New York City Wednesday for dinner and to attend the play, \Toys in the Attic , \ by Lillian Hellma ' n. It has just recently opened on Broad- way. Mrs. Tracy Ambler of Lee , Mass., arrived Sunday for a visit with her son-in-law and daughter , Mr. and Mrs. John Gibson of Pearl Street. II ur husband joined Iter here and ihey will return home to- morrow. The Patehogue Advance is on sale at: Bellport Stationery, Bell- haven Luncheonette , Trotta Brothers , Bellinger ' s Delicatessen , and Taylor ' s Luncheonette in Bell- port. —Adv. The Twiligh t Canasta Club will meet this afternoon at. the home of Mrs. Frank Convin of Brown ' s Lane. A card party was held b y the Ladies ' Auxiliary of the North Heliport Sporting Club following its regular monthly meeting last week. Prizes were awarded and re- fieshinent.s were .served. About 'J5 guests attended a stork shower honoring Mrs. Roy Ha rone, of East Patehogue Satur- day night. '1 he shower was held at the home of Mrs. James Hughes on Orchard Road , a n d other hostesses were Mrs. John Bosco , Airs. Anthony DiDio , and Mrs. Richard Rate. Mrs. Bar-one is the former Miss Jean DiDio of New Jersey Avenue. Joseph DiNaro celebrated his seventy-eighth birthday with a family gathering of his children and grandchildren Saturday nigh t at his home on Fuoco Street. Mr. and Mrs. Dominick Carda- mone and their daughter , Lucille , of Champlin Street , have arrived home following a two-week vaca- tion in Florida. The Heli port Methodist Church was the scene of the christening Marc h 13 of Dorothy Ellen Letscher , infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Letscher of Shir- ley. The Rev. Frederick I. Smith , pastor , officiated. Sponsors are Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Martin of Chauncey Drive , Ea , st Patehogue. Mr. and Mrs. Letscher entertained the god parents at dinner after the christening. John Binnington of Brown ' s Lane flew to Detroit , Mich., Sun- day for a short business trip. Mrs. Albert Haliock of Pearl Street and Mrs. James* Vaughan of North Howell' s Point Road met the following group of former Bellport teachers for a luncheon at Luehow ' s in New York City Sat- urday : Rub y Crane Perkins , Doro- thy Fischer Mangels , Theresa Col- lins M ysliveveck , Louise Clark Dulse , Evelyn Olivet Lenner , Ruth Oakey Salline and Theodora Vail Smith. To celebrate his sixth birthday, Mark Cummings entertained a group of friends at a party Satur- day afternoon at the home of his parents , Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cummings of Kicselin Road. His guests were Wendy Demurest , Jan Iludis , Marjorie Calkins , Bobby Thurber , Jimmy MacLeod , Freddy llollmunti . Steven Feeney, and Mark' s sis!-)- , Laurie Ann , and his cousin. Cathy Clark of West Haven , Conn. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. La w rence Cummings were Mrs. Cummings ' mother , Mrs. Amelia Barone of New- Haven , Conn., and her broth- . 'i-in-liiw and sister , Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Clark and daugh- ter , Cathy, of West Haven , Conn. Edward Fan- returned to Ken- yon College . Gambler , (). , Sunday after spending his .Spring vacation with bis parents , Dr. and Mrs. Lee Fair of South Country Road. Mrs. Clarke Williams of South Country Road visited in Brandon, Vt., for a few days last week. Mrs. Donald Mackenzie , Mrs, Deward Fades , and Mrs. Alice Lanyi attended the /{roadway musical , \La Plume do Ma Tante . \ in New York City Saturday after- noon. Mrs. William Che nicy of Fnoco Street held a committee meeting at her home Monday night to plan the annual card part y which will be given b y the Veterans of Foreign Wars Ladies ' Auxiliar y May l. 'i at the VFW Hall in East Patehogue . Mrs. Cherney j s chair- man of the affair. Moic on page 3 , this section Bellport High School News At a special assembly last Thurs- day, i:{ new members of the Na- tional Honor Society were present- ed to Principal Thomas Feeney. William H. Curtis, supervising princi pal of Central School Dis- trict 4 , spoke on the true qual- ities of leadership before the new members were tapped in the seven- th annual induction ceremonies. The Bellport High School Band honored the versatility of the group with Girolamo Frescobaldi' s \Toccata. \ Four seniors and nine juniors were inducted : Peter Can- onico , Monica Findeis , Kirk Roe- ser „ and Judy Sauter; Barbara Adams , Carol Donohue , Pamela Edwards , Barbara Finn , Richard Hague , Albert Hotchkin , Bronwen Job , Catherine Klein and Lionel Rosenblatt. The new members in- crease the membership of the so- ciety , under the sponsorshi p of Richard Baldwin , to 23. Graduat- ing members of the group include Agostino Bono , Lucy Collins, Don- ald Coon , Jeanne Cunningham , Dorothy Dioguardo , Michael Ince , Robert Lomicky, Janet Marcinow- ski , Richard Rosenfeld and Peter Small. Twenty-two j uniors will make a trip to New York City to see the movie , \Ben Hur , \ May 14. The Log- , the high school year- book , went to press , meeting its final deadline , March 21. The girls ' badminton intramur- als began last Thursday with a- bout 70 girls participating. Elev- enth and twelfth grade girls will play on Mondays and ninth and tenth grade girls will play on Thursdays. Betsy Baker will take part in competition sponsored by the Na- tional Council of Teachers of English to win a citation for ex- cellence in the language arts. The purpose of the NCTE achievement awards is to grant public recog- nition to some of the best high school English students in the United States. Each award con- sists of a scroll and a recommen- dation from the NCTE to four- year colleges and universities that the award winners and runners-ai p be considered for scholarshi ps; the NCTE will also work in other ways to encourage aid to both winners and runners-up. Selection for candidates is based upon abil- ity in English and financial need in gaining a college education. Charles Finn , a 1957 graduate of Bell port High School , will spea k to a public forum on the subject , \The American Commu- nity and its Role in World Affairs. \ The talk , a part of his undergrad- uate training in public speaking at Hamilton College , will take place at the school one evening of the week of March 28. The senior class has won the class competition by gaining five, points for the greatest percentage, of students on the current honor and merit rolls. They defeated the juniors by five points in a contesT which has been tied several times during the year. Dutch Famil y Teaching Girl Scouts Customs and Folk Songs of Holland Intermediate Girl Scout Troop 62 , under the leadership of Mrs. Richard Stock and Mrs . Richard Beth , entertained Brownie Troops 22 , 80 , and 52 Tuesday night at the Bellport Methodist Church base- ment with a Dutch program. The girls have been learning about the customs and songs of Holland from Mrs. Cornelius Broertjes who . with her husband and chil- dren , are at the Brookhaven Na- tional Laboratory for a year. The program began with the girls repeating the Girl Scout promise and laws in English, fol- lowed by Mieke Broertjes repeat- i ng them in Dutch. After a Dutvh game was played , a puppet show- based on a Dutch folk song was presented. Slides of Holland were shown by Mr. Broertjes and Mrs. Beth. The girls were dressed in the costumes they had worn at the Juliette Low celebration. Mrs . Charles Stewart of the Troon Committee was in charge of serving .Dutch cocoa and cup- cakes. The e v e n i n g ' s entertainment came to a close with the custom- arv Friendship Circle as it is d/me in Holland , and was led by Mrs. Broertjes. The Broertjes family will soon be leaving on a trip across the Unite d States. The interest and assistance thev have given Troop fi2 throughout the past few months have left the girls with an in- c reased knowledge and a warm feeling of friendship for the Broerties and their country. Brookhaven - South Haven Mrs. M. Alborier . BEllport 7-0979R A f ourth daughter , Carol Ann , weighing 0 pounds , 6Vi ounces , was born to Mr. and Mrs. Michael McKeown of Mott Lane Marc h 1(S at the Brookhavcjn Memorial Hos- pital. Mrs. McKeown and the baby returned home Monday. The Mc- Keowns ' other girls are Kathy, Chrissie and Kim. Mr. and Mrs. William Chinow- sk y and children , Alan and Jane , of Ca man Boulevard , left March 14 for Berkeley, Calif., where they will spend a year. Mr. Chin- owsky was in the Cosmotron de- partment of Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton. Mr. and Mrs. Blair Munhofen attended the afternoon x perfor- mance of \Take Me Along \ at the Shubert Theatre March 16. Weekend guests of Mr . and Mrs. Fred Sherman were Mr. and Mrs. George Benjamin of New York City. Because of village elections , the speake r planned for the March meeting of the Brookhaven Demo- cratic Club was canceled , and a sociSl evening enjoyed instead by some 10 members. President James C. Martin and his wife were hosts for the evening. All those interested are invited to attend Carriage House Skit night being held by the Brook haven-South Haven Presbyterian church at tr. ' .iO p. m. tomorrow. Beginning with a casserole supper , entertainment will follow in the form of skits presented by the Women ' s association , Men ' s asso- ciation , Church School association and Youth association. Anyone wishing to attend , bring along a cassarole or salad to the Carriage House on the corner of Beaver Dam and Soutn Country Roads. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Craven of Old Stum]) Road and their sons- in-law and daughters , Mr. and Mrs. Richaid Darrow and Mr . and Mrs. Stanley Wnenta and sons , Stanley and Danny, all of Carman Boule- vard attended a birthday dinner- Saturday night at the \ home of Mr. and Mrs. William van der Zalm of Bellport. It was Mrs. van der Zalm ' s birthday for which her sister, Mrs. Wnenta , made a large and handsomely decorated pound cake in the shape of a horseshoe. Robin Swezey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Swezey of Lo- cus t . Road , celebrated her fifth birthday Marc h 13 with a party attended b y Robert , Cathy and Carol Pierce and their parents , Mr and Mrs. Robert Pierce of Blue Point; Donna , Debbie and Diane Bates and parents , Mr . and Mrs. Richard Hates of Patehogue; Ken- neth Schultz , and his parents , Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Schultz , also of Patehogue, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sives of South Coun- try Road. Michael Fink , son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Fink of Chapel Road returned home Saturday from Is- rael where he had flown six weeks ago with his grandmother , Mrs. Louis Barbanell of East Pateh- ogue , who also just returned. Michael had stayed in Tel Aviv , but toured all over Israel, seeing Jerusalem , King Solomon ' s mines and other historic spots while at- tending school. Born to Mr. and Mrs. August Guerrera of Fireplace Neck Road Saturday at BrooKhaven Memorial Hospital was their third daughter , Maryaniie, weighing 7 pounds , 5 ounces. The Guerreias ' other chil- dren are Christine , live , and Kath- erine , two. Mrs . David E. Alburger return- ed home Saturday after spending the greater part of the week in Philadelphia with her mother , Mrs. Joseph K. Mickle who is a patient in Hahnemann Hosp ital. The Patehogue Advance in on s^ le at: Brook Store and Verni' s Delicatessen in Brookhaven. —Adv. Fred Sherman , Cubmaster of Cub Pack ' .) of Brookhaven , presi- ded at the Marc h pack meeting Friday night in the auditorium of Brookhaven Elementary School. A Bobcat ceremony was held for George Shiminski , George Vonne and Richard I' ollag, all of Den 5. The program based on the theme \My Home State \ began with Cubs from the seven dens telling about their . visit to the Museum of Natural History and Hayden Planetarium Marc h 5. Two skits were then presented , the first one written by Fi nest Colsmann and acted by the members of his den . on Rip Van Winkle. Mrs. Oreste I'ici iiini' s den then presented a skit based on the TV program. \You are There. \ The following award s were made: Thomas Sav- age , wolf badge ; Danny Wnenta. wolf badge; Ernest Colsmann , wolf badge and gold arro w under wolf; Thomas Woods , wolf badge and gold arrow under wolf; Mark Halliwell , gold allow under wolf; Nicky Munhofen , silver arrow un- der bear. It was announced that there would be no meeting in A pril , and that the next meeting will be held in May, and also there will be a field day in May at Brookhaven •school . At that time a flowering rrnhnpple tree u ill he planted on the school grounds as a token of appreciation to the sponsoring organization of Cubs , the Jiiookbaveii PTA. The May tlu-ni c . which will next be worked on , is \Show Boats . \ RI.IM IU.ICAN CLI'H The raid parl y sponsored b y the twenty-eighth district Republican Club at the Brookhaven lirehouse was attended by about Mill persons and judged a great success b y its able chairmen , Mesdames Anthony Majestic- and Chi ire I' ongoiiis and guests . The most popular game played seemed to be canasta fol- lowed by bridge , then p inochle . Pedro was also p layed. Frank Kraiise of Brookhaven was award- ed a stiiH' ed rlog, which was promptly adopte d by bis grand- daughter. Large baskets of gro- ceries , one with a bain , one with a tuikey well' awarded to Mis. Thomas L y ons and Cortland Worth , both of Brookhaven. Other awards were made to Mrs. Bunny Kerr of Bellpoj- l; Mrs. M. Stiiitz of Pali -hogue; Mrs. George Ed- ward Waldioii of Brookhaven; Al- beit Halliwell of Brookhaven: M rs. Rudolp h llaliu of Coram , and Mrs. Thomas Lyons , ' who bad already been fortunate enough to . be awarded g roceries. * New s of the Churches RUTH A.M.B. ZION CHURCH Bellport Rev. D. A. Hunt , Pastor SUNDAY 10 a. m. —Sunday school service. 11 a. m. — Sunday church serv- ice. MONDAY 7:30 p. m. —Choir rehearsal. TUESDAY 7 p. m. — Prayer service. CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Bellport , N. Y. Rev. Alan C. Merrill , Rector TODAY 9:30 a. m. — Holy communion. FRIDAY The Annunciation 9 a . m. —Holv Communion. SUNDAY Fourth Sunday in Lent 8 a. m. — Holy communion. 9:30- a. m. — Famil y Eucharist, Sunday school , grades 3-8. Adult class. 11 a. m. —Morning prayer , Lit- any and sermon. Sunday School p-rades pre-school 2. MONDAY 7 p.m. —Boy Scout Troop meets in community hall. TUESD AY 7-45 a. m. — Holv Communion. WEDNESDAY 7:30 p. m. — Junior Choir re- hearsal. 8:30 p. m. — Evening prayer. 8:45 p. m. — Senior Choir re- hearsal. THURSDAY 9:30 a. m. — Holy communion. 1 :30 p. in. —Alta r Guild meet- ing. BELLPORT METHODIST CHURCH South Country road , Bellport Rev. Frederick I. Smith Pastor SATURDAY 10 a. m. —Confirmation class. SUNDAY 9:45 a. m. —Sunday school for all ages. Adult class taught by the pastor. 11 a. ni. — Church service. Bab y sitting in Aldersgate. 6 p. m. — Junior High Fellow- ship. 7:30 p. m. — Senior High Fel- lowship. 7:. 'J0 p. m. — Lenten progra m in Wesley House. WEDNESDAY I p. in. — Luncheon in church hall. 7 p. m . — Choir practice. 8 p. m. —Mid-Week Bible class. ST. JAMES EPISCOPA L CHURCH Beaver Dam Road , Brookhaven R«v.-Richard W. , Gray, Vicar SUNDAY The Fourth Sunday in Lent 8 a. m. —Holy ( -01111111111 1011. II a. m. —Church school. 11 a. 111. —Morning prayer and litany. 7 p. 111. — Evening prayer. 7: l, r ) p. m. —Young People ' s Fellowship. WEDNESDAY . . 7:30 p. 111 . —Evening prayer. 7:45 p. m. — Discussion group: \Churc h history from 1700. \ SATURDAY 7 p. 111 . — St. James Coup les ' Club supper. BROOKHAVEN-SOUTH HAVEN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Beaver Dam Road , Brookhaven Rer. Charles A. Kellogg Pastor THURSDAY (Today) 8 p. in. — Meeting of Campaign Personnel Committee at the borne ¦of Frederick Mohlni ann , Yaphank Avenue. FRIDAY C,:30 p. 111. —Carriage house Skit, Night , starting with covered dish supper followed by entertainment by various organizations of the church. SUNDAY 9:30 a. m. — Church school. 11 a. m. -- Church service. Sermon topic , \Wild Bull Caught in the Nets ' . \ 12 noon — Youth choir rehear- sal . 7 ,,. m . __ United Presbyterian Youth Fellowship in Fellowship Hall. Discussion on \The Religion of the Beatnik. \ led bv John Spires. MONDAY K p. in. — Meeting of the cam- paign committee at Mrs. Harold Killer ' s home . Library Lane. WEDNESDA Y H p. 111. Adult study and di>- cussion group. MARY IMMACULATE R. C. CHURCH Brown ' H Lane , Bellport Rev. George A. Rubly, Pastor SATURDAY 10 a. m. — Religious instruc- tions. 4-5:30 p. m. and 7:30-9 p. m. —Confessions. SUNDAY 7. 8 , 9 , 10 and 11 a. m. and 12:115 p. m. — Masses. 2 p. m. — Baptism. Mondays through Saturdays 7 and 8 a. m. ~Masses. Our Lady of Fatirn a devotions after 8 a. ni mass Saturday SUNDAYS. WEDNESDAYS , FRIDAYS H p. m. —Lenten devotions , Sta- tions of the Cross Fridays. Governor Receives Hig hway, Town Bills ALBANY — Two bills rega rd - ing Suffolk County and Brookhaven Town were presented to Governor Rockefeller for approval this week , both sponsored bv State Senato r Elisha T. Barrett of Brightwaters. The county measure would auth- orize Suffolk' s Board of Super- visors to use county funds to finance long-term road improve- ment programs. The measure limits the amount of funds to . r )0 per cent of state revenue returned from county auto license fees with the. remaining 50 per cent to be spent for present highway up keep. The other bill would raise to eight the number of deput y as- sessors ill Brookhaven Town. Pres- ently there are five. LWV to Hear Talks On Zoning Toni g ht BELLPOR T — The League of Women Voters of Bellport will hold an open meeting at the home of Mrs. Walter Hughes in Academy Lane here at 8:15 p. 111. today. Subject of the meeting will be: \Should We Have In- dustrial Zoning or Upzoning in Our School District?\ The speakers will be Justin McCarthy, secretary of the Brookhaven Town Industrial and Advisory Board; and Blair Munhofen , chairman of the Zoning Committee of the Citizens Council for Public Schools of Central District 4. BHS Faculty Club Plays Will Aid Scholarship Fund BELLPORT — The Bell port High School Faculty Club will present two one-act p lays for the benefit of the scholarship fund at 8 p. m. April 1 in the school audi- torium. Sandwiched between the plays will be a faculty male chorus under the direction of the music depart- ment. The first p lay, a deli g htfu l bit of whimsy by A. A. Milne, author of Winnie the Poo , will feature Thomas Feeney, Mrs. Lena Paul , Nicholas Marino , Mrs. Jean Coakley, Richard Baldwin , and Seymour Osterer. It will be direct- ed by Ross Federico , production coordinator . The second play b y Booth Tark- ington finds Richard Hall , Wil- liam Reynolds , Nancy Merhtens , Doro th y Keeler , Richard Kennedy, Lawrence O'Reillcy, and Nancy Bachelor performing under the di- rection of Mr. Kennedy. This p kay is on the romantic side. 2 Top Students of BHS Class of 1960 Named Agostino Bono Janet Marcinowski BELLPORT—Agostino Bono , son of Mr. and Mrs. Achille Bono of 12 Union Avenue. East Patehogue , has been named valedictorian of the Bellport High School graduating class of 1960. Salutatorian is Janet Marcinowski , daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. John Marcinowski of Munsell Road , East Patehogue. Agostino has majors in mathe- matics , science and French , vvith an academic record of 91.1 per cent. He has been a member of the Student Council for four years, a member of the varsity baseball and soccer teams , the Forensic Society, and the National Honor Society. \Augie \ plans to enter Mar- quette University in the Fall to study journalism. Janet majored in a business course and completed a program in stenograp hy and bookkeeping, with an average of 90.8 per cent. She has been a member of the Girls ' Athletic League , Athletic Honor teams , and the National Honor Society. Janet plans to work in the busi- ness office of the New York Tele- p hone Company, P itchogue , and is now in the trainee program. Other students with averages of HO per cent include Jeanne Cun- ningham , Judy Sauier and Kirk Roeser. Honor Hell TWKI.KTII (, -KAIIK: Mnrilvn Ciurii 'olln. I.iir-y ( .. ' ellillK , ll.rnirlrl Crr.rn. Mir. 'hni'l llir. . . .bind Mitli'in. \v-I,i. Kirk Kesrr . Uichj nrl Kurii'lifi-lrl. Jiuly Siull.-r. KI.KVBNTII latADK: llmlmvi, A.lnms . Virginia llrn rn^rr. llrtiliai . 'i l- 'inn. Alli'-rt llnlt'hkin . I.inila l' ..ll li>s. TENTH CHAI1IC : Hifhirr.l lli-lli , .Inhn Kverill. JrmniH' I.pilrly, Mnict-iy Motv. Mirryirtiirr- lVmlr-rwast. Susan Qninliy, Vic- l ev Ki-IIK.'ll. NINTH CIIAIIK: .h-ffn-y Cimn . .Inhn llnllill. IVIvr tli'lmiml.. . ll.miui Ul-\|r|r . KnlliliM-n I' i'niU'l-Kiiit . Sarah Kiisunhlntt. Alan Thr.rmlik.. . K1CI1TH (iHAlli:: If .. I, .• i I Cllins . Mirhi.lf !> .- Vltti . .Iran KlnitiT. Kai-.'n K.im-nli'i- . .Inhn (iiisuw^ki. Hillary .lock- r -irivyiu. KlU' n Kr^hlui\rl , llrur i- M;u-ll<(ur ,:nl . .Inrlit), MunhnfVn. Nii'hi.lns I' olrvsky. l' a- lrir -ia Hlrvhla. Lillian Simla , 1' anl Kliiupix' . SKVKNTII (, 'KADK: William |ll,rx. s,,nr . Harr,l,l DiH-lnrnan. Maivu Cril,. . Unln-rl Il' inis Ci'i-alrlinr- .lnilianu . Naru-v i' aillrin. Ilarfir i(r.lil,ian.i . J OMII I I K.r . -r l.lrlal I . Dana .Sr . -r.ll . Iliii'lnii - a Sny.l. i . Drive! S|.anri\s . ./11/inn Sle/la. 'A»i . n.' Sleela-ori . Khnu Vv filiHi . Mnrth. 'i li..l..Tiri- . Mrril Hull TWIU. KTH (JKAIIK: Si.ln.-v An.lrin.ik . AK.iMillii llirnn . IVU M | - |i n..niiir , . li'ntin.- CiitininKli. 'im. Anlnini ' ll. . Ih D \iiat.. . Dun.- Ihv I>i..i;uai.ln , M.inii a l-iii.l. -e , llailiaia Cimirlr.n . J,»,.|>li Juiliali.. . I.ill.In l.a liii-na. Alice l.anvi . Ki.hi .rl Lonu. -kv . It.ilierl Lev.- . Hol-nili'i- Mal.'i . iTi-rl.Tir -k Marshall, l iai . l Mmrti.rk. l.awvmv,. M IISMI . Kar.11 (IU- II . I' lilrii 'in Keilly. IVt.-i Small . EI.KVKNTH <;l(AIIE: l.yim Ahrnms . Murlin Alliiiln-j. 1' , Many III.,.-!, . Alh.-ita HrinstiT. ICmilv lln.-lninnn. .lames Ciii-i - i.ll , .leM-pii Ceh-mari . Ui.ln-rl Cui.ul . l iaiy He Smitis . Jenn Di Hi\ , ( ai.il |l..ii,.l,ue . Cnil dillinm-cn. .Inilv Heller. Ilrrmen Jul,. Alan Kiii- elhi , Kathr in. . hi. in . Kallili-i-n Liiflu . . . kVilh Mel.ea n . lii.h. i I Mah'lla . Can.I Mas.m . Kii harrl Mir y. Kalhh-. -n (CNi 'MI , Anne I' alan. Walter I' l-Mer , Nanr -y llaliliir , l.iirnel Knsi-nhlall . .la.kie Snyrler. Ilvn Soulier, i -linil. \ . Slerrlia ni. MmlelinV Stiau-s , MalKarel Tluitfhei , .Iran 'Ihiint. • like . Kelj. rl Tuzmi. Sull.lrji Vialll-ll . AiiKirsliiie Weaver. Nanr-y W...11I. TENTH l. 'UAIIE: II Ilinniniil r.n . Jim. I Caliir -..Ma Anna lie l'ili|i|ii. Mnlllsn lilller. Leslie I irlluiml , llrlire III ¦ • \111. Li.nailii' Killaki.w-ki . W11111I11 l.wiat.msl.i , Mavie Lent\ . .!ae<nieline Mali r . C .\Kin Neill . IMwarrl lla|.|.e . liiis-ell l!e|.:hf\l .1. Pimiiniek SaOirnin.. . Alan Saline , j' .Ji/.a - helh Spiekerman. Kniail Still ko . NINTH (JlfAllE: Diane Alhanasir .11 , J..I111 lliiny. I'liiirli-s lliilluek . Shio-nn lliirki- , William ClinniliKrliii ii. Ilaihara funk Horn) hen Oil/. .Shirley lie l.ivn. Mauree n D.rlii.liiie . Kii'linnl Knuelhal .It. Kills llalrh. Ann H\hhs. Dlaiirie llu-e . Sherry Ineo, Frederick I.nne , Pasquale Lento . Janet Le Pore , Anurniu Murrnzzo. Janice l' earsall , Knhert Peterwon, Ethel lininn . William Kuwlanit , Dayiil Schletter , rntriria .Sarh. se . KimitJJ Strauss , HJchard W IKI .1. l-:ii;ilTII i;RADE: Mary Hoitel , Patricia llelrher . Lawrence Uieselin, Philip Urewer , Camela llrin . Joseph Del lirocro. Catherine Ca. s .sasir . Francis. Farr . Marlene Fox. Mar- Knret liernril. Klizithcth HottraiTe , Steven Kalinmv . ski Kenneth Kemper, Valerie Kon.lriituk. Carol Lomicky, Patrick Mc- Mahon , Itohert May. Anthony Moru li . Helen Mnlkeen . Carol I' alanjo , Arlene IVlit . Peter l'feiue . Hoberl I'izzo. Joanne I' olitan. ski . Kicharri PolH, C.eortre Ponjionis , Peter I' lilestnn, Patricia Rant. Cheryle lliiltreway. Dorothy Schaefer , Martha Scott, Kathryn Sperakis . Carol TrentacosJa. Joanne Vasso , Carolyn Winiferath. Carol /.et ! , ek , Davirl Zukuwnki. SEVENTH (. 'HADE: Ileiiie AIban#e3 . llernetta llarhalo . Virsinia lleth . Dolorea Drapal . Carol Km, , Stanley Huhba , ltar- I.Mi-a James . Laurence Johnson . Helen Kotasek, llurlmra l.edrly, April Mai-7.ola , Sere:,' Mashrilie , Kathleen May, Desta Moo re , Helen Moore . Janet Palermo , Donna Hamirer.. Anna Rivera. Klizaheth Hess . Frances Scliail . Thomas Shreeve . Diane Simmnns , Marie Sincler , Wayne Snhl. Charles Stephani, llouina Stoner , April Trail! wein. Charlotte Thorndike , Jo Ann Viirejnno. John Vineyard , Coirdon . Walton. Ilarhy Youni/. ' — \\ - f^ ^W HQ'S TO PAY ^i ^^^^ FIDDLER! { '^^J^\ i» *€¦» tun ' ' , fiddling around - steady Miiviii K will ! W hen you p lan for home ownership ... a new car . . . college \<tr tour childr en . .. it takes cai-h to pa> the \lidiller. \ O pen a Saving- , Account here . , . add to it re gularly . . . have the cash you need. The Bellport National Bank IJKUJ'OUT . N. V. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Member Federal Reserve System Kreamer St. Addition Topic of Curtis ' Talk Before Hampton PTA BRU.PORT — Members of the Hampton Avenue Parent-Teacher Association , at an open house meet- ing Marc h 15 , were addressed b y William H. Curtis , supervising, principal of Ce n tral District 4. He spoke on the upcoming A pril I! vote proposing construction of a seven-classroom addition to the Kreamer Street Elementary School here. The entertainment portion of the progra m was handled by Ross Wil- liams , musical director. Two first grades gave a musical interpreta- tion of the processional and re- cestdoiial. The fourth , fifth and sixth grades entertained with group singing, and l.inda Manz , a fifth grader , presented a solo. After a nominating committee was elected to p ick a slate of officers fur next yea r , the parents visited the classrooms and were served refreshments . Hawkins Gulf Garage 11 STATION ROAD HELXPORT Irving Terwilliger and Clifford Miller , Props. I All Types Automobile Repairs Free Pickup and Delivery Telephone HKII port 7-0185 BELLPORT—Lionel Rosenblatt , lb' -year-old Bellport High School junior , appeared on The New York Lionel Rosenblatt Times Youth Forum Saturday and was a student panelist on the top ic , \How Can Middle East Tensions Best Be Met?\ moderated by Miss Dorothy Gordon. Foster Haley, Times Cairo cor- respondent , was discussion leader. The panel , broadcast on radio sta- tion WQXR , was part of the Columbia .Scholastic Press Associa- tion meeting. Lionel will also take part in a telecast of the Youth Forum on NBC in the near future on another topic. . — , * B e ll port Hig h Junior Is Forum Panelist Anonymous Gift of $5 , 000 To Aid Presbyterian Fund BROOKHAVEN — Although the building- funds campaign of the Brookhaven-South Haven Presbyterian Church here , does not officiall y begin until the second week in May, the congregation has been cheered and insp ired by u telephone call from a former rsident of Bellport that a. contribution in the amount of $5 , 000 would be mailed shortl y, and re- ceived by the church this week. The benefactor requested to re- main anonymous. The purpose of the campai gn by the Presbyterian Church is to re- move the traditional South Haven Church from its present site to a new piece of property in Brook- haven , purchased last year. Chris- tian education facilities are also contemplated as a part of the project. In recent developments , the Session of the church has appoint- ed the following persons to com- pose the campaign committee: Earl Lig ht , Bellport , campaign chairman; Frederick Mohlniann , Brookhaven , chairman of personnel committee ; R. Chester Beyer , Brookhaven , chairman of finance committee; Mrs. Harold Euler , Brookhaven , chairman of church staff committee; Mrs. Elmer Forschler , Broohaven , chairman of arrangements committee ; Beno H. Stadler , Bellport , chairman of pro- motion committee; Mrs. Byron Athanasiou , Bellport , chairman of preparations committee. All of these persons compose the campaign committee as a whole , and they met as a group during this past week to exchange ideas and make preliminary plans. Thaddeus R. L. Lazarr , architect of New York City, is being retained by the church. He met with the building committee Saturday to discuss more fully the details of the project. Contracts with the architect will be signed in the near future , when they have been legally examined. Meanwhile , the architect p lans to make a comp lete investiga- tion into the engineering problems entailed in the moving of such a large building as the South Haven Church. He reports that it can be done , and should be done promptly, although very careful study must be made of the building ' s structur- al featu res. The campaign finance committee has appointed Airs. Robert Lyons , Jr., Bellport , to serve as financial secretary, and Mrs. H. Alan Zwiss- ler , East Patehogue , as campaign treasurer. It is proposed to keep all records arid funds related to the building program entirely separate from the regular church treasury. / GOOD TO SEE YOU ^ I UP AND AROUND ) V A &AIN , JACK. / / THAT'S DOE TO rAV DOCTOR AND BECAUSE I HAD MY PRE SCRIPTIONS FILLED AT IDC AC li PHARMA CY J 0T ^W k^ W '^Bl ' i ' L OOVL THADtM AKKS . In. liS^ LCWIft KHIOHT . Pk.3. mlNCm 1900 %£. BE-7-0079 FRB6 PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY EMCB,«NCV TCL . AT 6-8568 MUPOfcr , L,U Itl- ' .I.I.I'ORT ~ Jeanne A. Cun- ningham and Agost ino Bono , sen- iors and honor students at Heli port High School , have been named to represent the school in the $r> , (IO'l liohack college scholarshi p awards competition. They will compete with seniors ilominatod by ot her hi gh schools in Brooklyn , ' Queens , Nassau and Suffolk countie. 'i for Ihe two $1 . W>0 and six .$5(10 scholarships. The boy and girl winners of the $1 , 00(1 prizes will receive a bonus award of an , -ill-expensc-piiid trip to Colonial Williamsbur g, Va., with their parents. 2 BHS Seniors Picked For Awards Competition

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