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B'khaven Libra ry Founding Dates Back to 1912: BROOKHAVEN—Received last week by residents of the Brook- haven area was a handsome brochure put out by the Brookhaven Free Library Association , of which H. Hastings Reddall is president. In part a subscription form , the folder includes ail informa- tion of interest to those who use or are aware of the library, a pretty building at the corner of Beaver Dam Road and library Lane here. Its history goes back to 1912 with the founding of the Fire- p lace Literary Club May 18 by a group of Brookhaven women inter- ested in acquiring for the hamlet of Brookhaven , once named Fire- place , a library, and at the same time , some kind of public building that could be used for meetings and entertainments as well. Then were 16 charter mem- bers. A nucleus of 242 books donated from private libraries had swelled by July of that year to about 500 , which were kept in the two-room schoolhouse that stood on the site of the present Brook- haven school building. At the time of World War I , the books were moved from the school to the studio of Malcolm Fraser. After the books ' being moved for a third time in 1919 to the home of Mrs. Florence Gwynne , it was felt that the li- brary should have a permanent home. Mr. and Mrs. James II. Post offered to give a plot of land and erect a library building if the Literary Club would assume the responsibility for its operation. The offer accepted , the main part of the present building was then constructed. The first meeting of the club was held June 3 , 1926 in the new building, with over 1 , 700 books on its shelves. For a number of years , the library remained large - ly the responsibility of the Lit- erary Club and its members. The Fireplace Lite ra ry Club , now with over 100 members , still holds its meetings in the library building and contributes to its support. By 1930 , it was felt that the libra ry should be available to all the residents of the hamlet. The Brookhaven Free Libra ry was , therefore , incorporated and granted a charter by the State of New York. Mr. and Mrs. Post transferred title to the library trustees while the iLterary Club deeded the books and a bond for $1, 000 to the new organization. At a public meeting that same year , Mr . Post turned over the key to the library, to be operated from then on for all tflhe people of Brookhaven . In 1957 , through the generosity of Charles Oliver Wellington as well as gifts from a number of other public-spirited members of the community, the addition of the children ' s room was made possible. The library, with Mrs. Florian Swan as librarian , is open from 1-5 p. m., Tuesdays and Fridays. BELLPORT N EWS ITEMS Margaret Warner. B Ell port 7-965S Kath y Lee Kirch gessner , daug h- ter of Mr. and Mrs . Leo Kirch ges- sner of Farm-to-Market Road celebrated her seventh birthday August 10 with an outdoor party. Those present were Shirley and Miehele Gillesp ie. Christine and Roger Haml yn , Jane Kirchgessner , Elaine and Jean Cerny, John Mc- Mahon , Donny, Danny and Dawn Harrow , Miehele Carasiti , Linda Morallino , Kirsten , John and Paul .Mitchell , and Julie Silver . That evening Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kirch - gessner entertained Kath y ' s grand- parents . Mr. and Mrs . Roge r Ham- lyn , Sr ., and her great-grand- mother . Mrs. Leonie Alieu , for din- ner. A Hearth Club committee was held Sunday night at the home of Mr. and .Mrs. Herman Chamber- lain of North Howell' s Point Road. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Edwards . Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Rand and Mr. and Mrs. Rowland Smith Brown ' s Garage. Tel . BEllport 7-0229—Adv. Weekend guests of Mr and Mrs. David Winslow- of Bieselin RostA were Mrs. Winslow ' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. Clvde Shenk of Louisa, Va.. and Mr. ' and Mrs. W. C. Broy- les and childre n of Alexandria , Va. Rose Marie , Jimmy, Kathy and Phy llis Ohisholm of Fanwood , N. J., have been visiting for tbe past two weeks with their grand- parents . Dr. and Mrs. James Len- nox of South Country Road. Annette and Linda Lennox of Baldwin are guests this week of their grand parents , Dr. and Mrs. Lennox. Billy Larson of New York City spent the weekend at the home of Mr. ;>nd Mrs. J. Edward Buck of Academy Lane. Plenty of peaches at the Hulse Peach Orchard at Baiting Hollow. —Adv. Following a two weeks ' vaca- tion , Mr. and Mrs. George Seyfe rt and daug hter , Linda , returned to their home on George Court last Wednesday. The first week they visited Mr. Seyfert' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. George H. Sey fert of Reading, Pa. Then , while Linda remained for another week with her grand parents , Mr. and Mrs. Seyfert vacationed in Bermuda On Sunday, Miss Evel yn Moger and Ronald Moger of Country Club Road were hosts at a lawn party and smorgasbord supper for the benefit of the Soroptimist Cluh of Suffolk County. Thirt y-five mem- bers and guests enjoyed the get- together. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stock and famil y of Country Club Road arrived home Saturday from a three week s ' trip. They visited for one woek with Mr. Stock' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. John Stock of East Aurora , saw Niagara Falls , then drove throug h the Shenandoah Valley, stopped at Monticello , and on to Norfolk , Va. Mr. Stock went on active dut y at Little Creek , Va. . for two weeks. After a week' s vacation at Pleasant Mountain Inn on Moose Pond , Bridgeton , Me., Mr. and Mrs . Walter Ebersole and famil y returned to their home on Genera l McLean Drive Friday. Bellport Fish Mark et — Fresh Daily. BEIlDort 7-0710. —Adv. A weekend house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Deward Eados of George Court was Forrest Fades of Phila- delp hia , Pa. Mrs. C. S. Bonney of New York City was a weekend guest of her sister , Mrs. Benjamin D. Van Vechten of Map le Street. Mr. and Mrs. Wells Eddy and famil y of Kensington , Conn. arrived Monday for a two weeks ' visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Snedeker of Bay Crest Lane and Mrs. Joseph Parsons of Bellport Lane. Mr . and Mrs. Dean Bailey of Saugus , Mass., are visiting for a week with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hermus of North Brewster Lane. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alan Ar- thur , Jr., of North Howell' s Point Road , entertained at a famil y bar- becue Saturday in honor of their son , Chester Alan ' s second birth- day. Recently, Mr. and Mrs. Anthon y Regalmuto and famil y of Wood- land Park Road spent a day with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rant at their beach cottage on Fire Island. Cheryl Ann Regalmuto , daugh - ter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Regalmuto , celebrated her ninth birthday with a party at her home Sunday afternoon. Her guests were JoAnn Meo and Kath y De- Matteo of Patchogue; Sue Leur- gans , Susan Irving, Paula Feeney, Patty Fuchs , Deborah Reib , and Cheryl' s sisters , Cary n and Nancy. WANTED We want -:very woman readin g this newspaper to save 10% of the cost of her new Fal l hat. Simpl y cut the coupon out of our ad and bring it to our store. Rhoda ' s Hat Shop, 44 St>utr, Ocean Ave., Pat- chogue. —Adv. Mrs. Una Leeming of Buffalo was a recent guest of the Park- Lewises of Thornhedge Road and also of the Lyman Blisses of South Howell' s Point Road. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hal! and infant daughter , Sarah Cady, have recently moved from Acton , Mass., to Reads Ferry, N. H. Mrs. Hall is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Bliss. Mrs. C. W. Bowman of Toronto , Canada , is visiting for two weeks with her brother-in-law and sister , Mr. and Mrs. George Shelton of Livingston Road. Mr. and Mrs. William Muller of Circuit Road entertained at a family cookout Sunday to cele- brate Mr. Mutter ' s birthdav. Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Weidler of Point Road spent five days with former Bellporters , Mr. and Mrs. L. Donald Pfeifle and family of Farmington , Me. They returned home Tuesday. A meeting of the executive board of St. Charles Hospital to plan their annual bridge game was held Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Edward V. Loughlin of South Howell' s Point Road , chair- man of the affair. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Krug and son , Karl , of Dayton , O., are guests this week of Mrs. Krug ' s grand- parents , Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cor- win of Brown ' s Lane. Mrs. Emma Applegatp and her daughter , Mrs. Mildred Brenner of Island Heights. ,\\ J., were guests of the Corwins last week. Visiting this week with Mr. and Mrs. John Ramirez of Circuit Road is Mrs. Ramirez ' s aunt , Miss Lil- lian Cohan of Cambria Heights. Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Noehren of Circuit Road left on August 14 for a 10-day vacation in Bermuda. E. N. C. Noehren , who is in the Coast Guard , has recently arrived home from 13 months of duty in Turkey. Guests for a week of Mrs. Frede- rick Schocnthaler of Circuit Road were her son-in-law and daugh- ter . Mr. and . Mrs. Robert Pritchard and children , Bobb y and Loren , of Newark , N. J. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Underbill of Bellport Lane were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene V. Connett of South Orange , N. J. Also visiting were .Mr. and Mrs. Donald Baker and their children. Billv and C a t h r y n , of South Orange , who stayed in the Under- bills ' garage apartment. Mr. and Mrs. Underbill entertained 30 guests at a cocktail party for Mr. and Mrs. Connett on Saturday night. Dr. and Mrs. Merle Stanton of Washington , D. C , are guests this week of Dr. and Mrs. J . R. M. times of Livingston Road. Dr. Stanton is from the National In- stitute of Health at Bethesda, Md., and is here to give a lecture at the Brookhaven National Labora- tory . Mr. and Mrs. John Wallen and children , Marilyn , Claudia and Johnny, of Circuit Road , returned home Friday night from a two- week motor tri p to Fredericks- burg, Ind., where they visited Mrs. Wallen ' s parents , .Mr. and Airs. Earl Armstrong. You live better ALL WAYS with ELECTRICITY—PELCO. —Adv. Visiting for two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon I.enz of Country Club Road is Mr. I.en/. ' mother. Mrs. Florence I.onz of Brookl yn. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Harrow and family of Circuit Road vaca- tioned last week at Cranford, N. J., where they visited Mrs. Har- row ' s hrother-in-law and sister , Mr. and Mrs. William Furman. Recent ' guests of Dr. and Mrs. Donald Borg of South Country Road were Dr. and Mrs. Jesse Harris . Jr.. of Storrs , Conn., and Thomas Hellman of Short Hills , N. J. Mr. and .Mrs. Alex Cannon and their son, the Rev. Father John A. Cannon of Media. Pa., were overnight guests Monday of Mrs. Cannon ' s brother and sister-in- law , Mr. and Mrs. John T. Keeley of New Jersey Avenue. Last week Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bloch and sons , Louis and Philip, of Providence , R. J., visited the Park-Lewises. Over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Michael Goff and children, Carlin and Peter , of Riverside , Conn., were the guests of Mrs. Goff' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Bliss. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hallock of Pearl Street spent last week with her mother . M rs. E. M. Tot bill of Cuba and also with her sisters . An art exhibit showing the work of the students who have been taking lessons for the Summer under the auspices of the South Bay Art Association started Tues- day and will run to September . '! at the Carriage House on Beaver Dam Road , Brookhaven. T h e exhibit includes water colors , oil paintings , sculpture and handi- crafts. Miss Carole Montalbnno is vaca- tioning with her parents , Dr. and Mrs. Leonard V. Montajbano of South Country Road , between semesters at the University of Virginia. Visiting with her this week are the following class- mates: Miss Hope Kimpel of Pitts- burgh , Pa., Miss Harriet Shaw of Kasson , W. Va. , and Miss Violet Wilmoth of Belington , W. Va. Notice. Shetland Tweeds with mat- ching yarn. Tots-N-Cottons. —Adv. A tea party was given for Miss Nancy Bedell and the following girl friends and their dollies at- tended Tuesday afternoon : Susan Gibson , Alison Hallock . Betsy Shreeve and R o h i n Pokorny. N' ancv is the daughter of Mr. and •Mrs. William Bedell of Pear) Street. Michael liudden. son of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Hodden of Brown ' -; Lane , celebrated his fi ft h birth - day with a party Tuesday. His guests were Laurel Sue Smith. Jeffrey Norton, Jeffrey and James Rendeil. Robert and Josep h Thur- ber , and Michael' s brother , Peter , and his sisters . Aline , Moira and Kathleen. A party to celebrate the birth- days of three brothers , Bobb y, Jo- seph and David Harder , was recently given b y their parent !- . Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Harder of Rogers Avenue . Bobb y was nine years old , Joseph, eight , and David , seven. The boys and their friends were entertained by Harry Fer- rier . the magician. Mr. and Mrs, John W. Faison. •Jr., and family vacationed last week at Leu is. About oo spectators attended the general meeting of the Pbiy- eraftcrs held at the <' ommiiiiity Center Monday night. A readin g \Under M i I k w ood , \ by Dylan Thomas follow ed t h e bus iness in e e t i n g . Refreshments were serve,). The Brookha ven Asphal t ' earn held a barbecue for it:- m> mhr rs Sunday afternoon a! i he home of Mr. and .Mrs. Peter l. oi/. cr of Country ' 'lub Road. The harnecue was g i ven l.y manag e r , Jim Co le- man , to celebrat e the undefeated season of the team in league p lay. The team i- pait of the North Bellpor ' Slo-Ball League . Twenty men attended , and later - -lart e d the warm-ups for th e play-offs which started at Bell port Tuesday and were at Mastic last night. Hawkins Gulf Garage 11 STATION ROAD BELLPORT Irvine Terwillijrer and Clifford Miller , Props. Ail Types Automobile Repairs Free Pickup and Delivery Telephone BEllport 7-0185 PONTOON BOAT Z%%!1Z wt Bam Schreiber of Patchogue is shown above. Boat is relatively new to this area and the two local boating enthusiasts plan to test it in Great South Bay. Mr. Vetter and Mr. Schreiber plan to market boat. —Advance Photo Brookhaven - South Haven Mr». M. Alburier. BEUoort 7-0979R Guests Saturday of Mrs. Fred- erick C. Henry and her son-in- law and daughter , Mr. and Mrs. William Cameron, of West Beaver Dam Road were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Milner and their children , Joan and Woody, all of Garden City; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ban- na of Sayville and their sons , Kevin and Martin , and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zislak and their chil- dren , Paul and Leslie, of Hunting- ton. Vacationing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Corbett of Bay Road and Brooklyn are Mrs. Cor- bett ' s brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and M rs. Stephen Kozar , and their children , Cynthia and Ste- phen , of Brooklyn . Mr. and Mrs. Corbett and their son , Jimmy, will be away another week or two on their trip west, on which they were visiting their son-in-law and daughter. Lieutenant and Mrs. Charles Waldron in California. Weekend guests of the John Ilandtoser family of Bay Road were Mr. and Mrs . William Stci- fel of New York City and their daughter , Nell. Mrs. C. Oliver Wellington ot Meadow Lane and New York Ci'y anil her granddaughter , Miss Jen- nifer Puleston , arrived home b y ail from a six weeks ' tour of Europe Travelling b y car , once there , they covered some nine countries. Jen- nifer is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Puleston. Her brothel Peter , returned last week from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Art Inn Coolcy of Bellport , who spent the Rummer at Duke Universit y, Beau- fort , N. C. The Patchogue Advance is on sale at: Brook Store and Verm ' s Delicatessen in Brookhaven. —Adv. Mrs. John Lynch , who has been visiting tier son-in-law and daugh- ter , Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krueger. returned to her home in New York City Sunday night. Leaving for California today are Dr. Andre Gallman and Dr. Al- bert Kniper , both of the depart- ment of physics of the University of Strasbourg, France. While vi- siting Brookhaven National Labor- atory, where he had recently spent a year , Dr. Gallman stayed with the David E. Alburger family the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larcoinbe and children , Anna Mac , Martin. Barbara and Diane , of Woodland Road spent last week at Lake Secondago. The previous week they spent in Atlantic City, N. J., where they stayed with Mr. Lar- combe ' s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Larcombe. Mr. anil Mrs. Schuyler (Bud ) Corwin and their children . Buddy, Nancy and Frank , and Mrs. Cu r- win ' s parents . Mr. and M rs. Paul Robinson, all of Montauk High- way, visited the Robinsons ' son-in- law and daughter , Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Robinson , at their home in Parish Acres , Putnam Vnllcv. Sun- day. Tin- Paul Robin sons had re- turned from Pi. Pleasant , N. J., where two weeks earlier , their son-in-law , Edward Ronatz had been injured in an automobile ac- cident. Mrs. Bonatz is the former , Etna Mae Robinson. For your Insurance Needs Call Pat Raimond , YAphank 1-3849. —Adv . Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Mckeown of Mott Lane accompanied by their four little girls spent the weekend in Lansdown , Pa., where they visited Mrs. McKeown ' s mo- ther , Mrs. Raymond T. Hoopcs , and tier daug hter , Miss Janet Hoopes. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson of South Country Road returned re- cently from a month' s tour of Europe. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Anderson and their daughter . Miss Norma Anderson , all of Wesllield , N. .!., left Sunday after spending several weeks at the home of Mrs. Ar- thur Kaufmann. A week earlier , the Andersons were joined by their daughter , Mrs. Pamela Wolfe of l.arclimount and her children , Douglas and Cass. Plenty of peaches at the llulsc Pearli Orchard at Baiting Hollow. —Adv . Soon to be officially opened by the Town Recreational Depart- ment is a playground in the Biook - have Acres, on land that , has been taken over by the town. For sev- eral yeais , mothers of the some forty families had been agitating for a playground on unused land lying off Woodland Road and Ep- sum Course , with entrance on Carl Avenue . Largely responsible for the necessary liai s on involved in such work , was Mrs. Sal Saulle of E psom Course . While children from tin- area are already enjoy, ing swings , slides and merry-go - rounds , the official opening is yel to come . Also p lantings will tic put in in the Fall to beautify the paik. Now taking the census in this area are the Walter HutcJi ins of Heliport in p lace of Mrs. William D. Murdork of Mott Lait>- who had filled the position for a number of yais . hut because of reasons of health, did not serve this ye ar. Mrs. Murdork i- another example of the miracle . , of the age , who after surgery on her heart fairly recently, was seen cautiously mar- keting, but marketing just the ^ame , this past week. Mrs. Josep h Rose of New York City; Mary Lou Skinner of Vir- gin ia and Mrs. C arol Kimball and her children , Michael , Penny, Eli- zabeth and David , of Bayside were guests Monday of tbe Blair Mun- hofen family. Young Koreans To Give Concert In Brookhaven BROOKHAVEN — The Seoul Chorale , a choir group composed of young Korean students in America, will give a concert at the Brookhaven-South Haven Pres- b yterian Church here in Brook- haven , at ii )). m. September 4. No admission will he charged , al- though an offering will be receiv- ed which is solely for the benefit of the chorale. Tbe chorale was organized this Summer b y Henry So of New York City, for the purpose of bringing the culture and music of Korea to this country. Sixteen men and women who are stud ying at various colleges and universities in America make up the group. Their performance has been appraised b y the Consolidated Concerts Corpor- ation as \ professional in every respect. \ The program will include Kor- ean folk songs , as well as Western and Korean church music. Among the selections to be sung are \Song of Mong-Gem Beach\ , ar- ranged hy Sung-Ta i Kim; \Pro- vincial Folk Tunes \ , arranged by Un-Yung La . \Nodle River \ ; ar- ranged hy Nali-llo Paik , \Mccry- ang Arirang, \ arranged b y Dong- Jin Kim. Church music will he represent- ed in ihe program with two works b y J . S. Bach . \Jesu , Joy of Man ' s Desiring. \ and \M y Heart. Ever Faithful. \ Several other an- thems will be g iven , with two soprano solos by Ehe-Kyung Park. The Presbyterian Church in Brookhaven extends an invitation to all music lovers to attend. This is not looked upon as a specifi- cally church function , but tin at- traction for the whole area. BKC Sets Match Show At Rec Center Sunday BELLPORT—The Brookhaven Kennel Club will stage the third of its Summer AKC match shows Sunday at the Bellport Recreation Center , located north of the Bellport turn-offs at both the Sunrise and Montauk Highways. In connection with the match the club has also scheduled a number of obedience classes. All entries winning first will be awarded a g lass engraved troph y together with the usual ribbon. Ribbons are also offered for those judged second , third or fourth in each- elass in either match or obedience competition. Classes for the match are for puppies three to six months old . six to nine and nine to 12. Classes will be split if there are five or more entries in either. Special prizes will be given to best puppy and best adult in each group and a special to best in match and best of opposite sex. A special prize will be given to best adult in each group. A class for American breds of either sex is also listed. For the junior handling class an engraved silver plated trophy will be given to the winner. This class is open to all boys and girls eight to 16 years old. In this, the quality of the dog is not judged and any boy or girl can enter if the dog is a pure bred and the winner is de- termined o . nly by the way the exhibitor shows his or her dog. Many who were junior exhibitors have found dogs and dog showing one of their healthiest hobbies. Dogs entered in any class are limited to these that have won no more than five championship points. Judges for the match are Mrs. Walter Foster of Westbury, as- signed to all non-sporting dogs; Mrs. Charles Ketcham , Hunting- ton , all working dogs; Warren Winterhalter , Westbury, all sport- ing dogs; Lester R. Fox . Bald- win, all hounds. Judge for junior handling class will be b y assign- ment at the show as will the judge for best puppy, best adult , best in match and best of opposite sex in match. Further information can be obtained from the show chairman, Mrs. Charlenc Tookcr , at JUniper l-00flfi or the show secretary. Mrs. Adam Euler, ATlantic 1-Vi78<\ >. ON DEAN'S LIST Among 95 Long Island students at the University of Rochester , Rochester , who have been named to the dean ' s list for high academic standing duri ng the Spring semester is Benjamin Garrett Klein , class of IPC.i , son of Mr. and M rs. James Klein of !) Howell' s Point Road , Bellport. NEW BELLPORT STREET MAPS 1960 edition. On sale at Bell- haven Luncheonette , Montauk Highway. Published by The Pat- chogue Advance . Also contains streets in Brookhaven , Yaphnnk , Medford , East Patchogue , Patch- ogue , Blue Point and Bayport. All this for onl y 50c. —Adv. Clocks and Watches of all Types Repaired 139 MAIN STREET BELLPORT . N. T. Tel BEllport 7-0860 I : [ BEL LPORT ASPHALT ; I PAVING CORP. » « > Asphalt Paving ' . j Parking Areas Driveways < ; Trucking ; [ Topsoil — Itluestnne ; > Gravel — Fill — Sand < > p' stimate s Cheerfully Given < > < ! 28 Station Road Bellport ! ! Telephone BELLPORT 7-0061 J j B M ^£0 ^^ ^ M^mM . HAND W ^iAl /)ffl -S -\ THAT A/$*-*-^A U-\ dJtf ^rY^ X DDrif Q ' tf/ ^^ AlorXMlT ^ v --^ KUL lK O |%3>F ^ CRADLE... . . . often p lays a bi g part in shap ing the future of the lad or lass therein. Many a morn imme- diatel y sets up a program of systematic saving for that college education—the soundest founda- tion for success ! The Bellport National Bank BELLPORT , N. Y. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Member Federal Reserve System HEVER IET IT BE SAID ^ I DON ' T GIVE MY FAMlW THE BEST OF CARE . ' I ALVVAY6 GET OUR. PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED AT IU C AC ll PHARMACY «J THEY'RE SO DEPENDABLE / rL8WIS KHIOHT , Pfc«. •l«ca I9O0 . A*. Be - 7-0079 ¦Me PRMCRIPTION DELIVWY EMCRaCNCV TgL. AT t»8S 88 •CU.POKT . LJL Schools in Central School Dis- trict 4 will open officially Septem- ber 7 , the schedule of classes for each school to be announced by next. week. A teachers ' meeting will be held the p receding day, starting- with a meeting of all the new teachers from 9:30 to 10 a.m. in the home economics room , to be attended al- so by the principals and the ori- entation committee. A social period sponsored by the teachers ' asso- ciation will follow. From 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. there will be a general session of all teachers. At this session, the speakers will be Emery L. Van Horn , president of the Board of Education; Miss Elizabeth Mac- intosh , president of the curriculum council; James Gerard i , president of the teachers ' association of the district; William Mulkeen , busi- ness manager; William Purves , chairman of the administrative council , and William 11. Curtis , supervising princi pal. From 11:30 to I p.m. the Board of Education , the administrative staff and the new teachers will meet at tbe Heli port Country Club for a net-acquainted lunch- eon. At 1 p.m.. teachers and prin- cipals will report to their respec- tive buildings for faculty meet- ings throughout tbe afternoon. ¦ *c Dist. 4 Schools To Open Sept. 7; Faculty to Meet 8T. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH Beaver Dam Road , Brookharea Iter. Richard W. Gray, Vicar SUNDAY Eleventh Sunday After Trinit y 7:30 a. m.— Hol y communion. 10:30 a . m. — Children ' s Hible School. 10:30 a. m. — Morning prayer and sermon. BROOKHAVEN-SOUTH HAVEN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Beaver Dam Road , Brookharea Rev. Charles A. Kellojff Pastor SUNDAY 11 a. m Sunday church service. Sermon top ic , \Soft Shoes in Heaven. \ RUTH A. M. E. ZION CHURCH Bellport , N. Y. ReT. D. A. Hunt , Pastor SUNDAY 10 a. m. —Sunday school service. 11 a. m. —Church service. MONDAY 7:30 p. rn, —Choir rehearsal. TUESDAY 7 p. m. —Prayer service. MARY IMMACULATE R. C. CHURC H Brown ' * Lane , Bellport Rev . Thomas J. Manning, Pastor SATURDAY 4:30-5:30 p. m. and 7:30-8;30 p. m. —Confessions. SUNDAY 7 . 8 , 8 , 10 and 11 a. m. and 12:16 p. m. — Maues. 2 p. m. — Baptism. MONDA Y H p. m. — Mira culous M«-dal no- vena. Mondays through Fridays 7 and 8 a. in. Saturday 8 a. in. —Masses. Our Lady of Fatima devotions af- ter 8 a. m. mass Saturday. HKLLPORT METHODIST CHURCH Bellport . N. Y. Rev. Frederick I. Smith , Pastor SUNDAY in a. m. - ¦ Church service . Nurs- ery ;md Kindergarten in Alders- g;. te . 7 p. m. — Senior High Fellow ship. WEDNESDAY 1 p. m. -Mid-week Prayer ser- vice. 8 p. m. — Mid-week Bible elass. News of the Churches Vote Sept. 6 on Acquisition Of Former Osborn Property For Parking Field and Park: BELLPORT — A refer- endum for voting on the acquisition by condemna- tion or otherwise of the for- mer Osborn property on South Country Road has been scheduled b y the Bell- port Village Board for Sep- tember 6 , it was announced this week. It is specified that the land would be used as a parking field and park , and would be acquired at a total estimated cost of $75 , - 000 , to be paid by the issuance of $70 , 000 in serial bonds of the vil- lage and the issuance of a $5 , 000 capital note. The property involved is the piece on which the board two weeks ago denied the request of the Budrick Realty Corporation for a change of zone from \Residential C\ to \Business E\ on a portion in the northwesterly area , to al- low for the construction of a su- permarket further back on the property. Voting will be held in the Com- munity Center from 4 to 8 p.m. and qualified voters must be en- titled to vote for an officer of the village , that is , having been a resident of the state for one year, the county for four months and the village for 30 days and must also be the owner of property in the village assessed on the last preceding assessment roll. BELLPORT — At a business meeting of the Board of Education of Central School District 4 Mon- day night tbe resignation of Mrs. Patricia Zivitz as a third grade teacher in the Kreamer Street El- ementary School was received and in her p lace the board appointed Donald Madelung. Mr. Madelung bad taught in the district before and has spent the past year on a teaching fellowship at Rutgers University. Also appointed was Miss Pa- tricia Boppart as an assistant high school librarian , Miss Flor- ence Maler as a secre tary in the curriculum department and Mrs. Sally Hall as an account clerk in the central office. Mrs. Zivitz Leaves Kreamer St. School

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