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Missions Unit to Tell About Aid for Starvin g Overseas BELLPORT—The Commission on Missions of the Bellport Meth- odist Church will sponsor a famil y covered dish supper at 5 p. m., Sunday in the church hall. There is no charge for this supper. Every famil y will bring a covered dish to share with others. The Woman ' s Society of Christian Service will provide milk , coffee , < tea and dessert. The program following supper will feature the work of Methodise Missions in India , Korea , Puerto Rico , Peru and Mexico , presented by Mrs. Emery Van Horn , Mrs. John Floyd , Mrs. William Rey- nolds , Mrs. Edwin Nystrom and Mrs. Malcolm Johnson. These are ju st a few of the countries receiv- ing multi-purpose food through the hel p of the Methodist Churcn , they said. Multi-purpose food combines high-protein . low - cost soybean meal with vitamins and minerals in such proportions that two ounces provide good quality pro- tein , vitamins and minerals in 5> amounts approximately equivalent to those contained in a quarter- pound of beef , a glass of milk, a dish of peas and a baked potato. It costs less than three cents and has been called the \three cent meal. \ Those attending the sup- per will be able to sample a dish made from the multi-purpose food. During the program a children ' s hour is being planned so that the little ones may also learn how the chuich helps those overseas. The}' will also play games and sing songs together. The children ' s program will be directed by Miss Nancy N ystrom , assisted by Betsy Baker. The entire progra m will be over by 7:30 p. m. BELLPORT N EWS ITEMS Margaret Warner. Tel. BEHoort 7-06SJ < On February 20 , Ellen Fowler celebrated her seventh birthday with a part y at the home of her parents , Mr. and Mrs . William Fowler of Brown ' s Lane. Guests attending were Mary Lee Cool , Sally Bohn , Andy Borg, Penny Brown , Moll y Ann Martin , Jeff B eebe, Paul Sparrow , Susan Hen- drie, Debbie Richardson , David Finston , Diane Madey, Katie Pa- levsky, Linda Dieeidue , Ellen Ro- berge . and Ellen ' s sisters , Susan and Peggy. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lenz and family of Country Club Road drove to New York City last Wed- nesdav for a four day visit with Mr. Lenz ' s mother , Mrs. Florence Lenz. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Light and fnmilv of Gp-ner^l McLean Drive returned home last Wednesday after visiting for several days with Mr. Light ' s brother-in-law and sis- ter. Mr. and Mrs. Royden Parker of Ashland , N. J. Mr. and Mrs. James Macaulay of Westfield, X. J., were weekend houseguests of their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Decker of Hulse Street. The J. B. Bridge Club met last Wednesday afternoon at the home of Miss Gladys Weidner of The Little White House on Main Street. Brown ' s Garage. Tel. BEll port 7-0229. —Adv . Tonight , Mrs. William Patanjo of General McLean Drive will en- tertain the Knit 'X' * Chat Club at her home. The group will celebrate Mrs. William Hermus ' birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fuoco and son, Robert , and Miss Josephine Costanzo of Private Road returned home Sunday from a two weeks ' motor trip thi*ough Florida. They visited Gus Costanzo , a resident of Association Road, who is spending the winter months at Lake Worth, Fla. They were joined on the tri p by Mr. and Mrs. Dominick Sator- nino and children. Donny, Gary and Guy, of East Patchogue who drove their own car. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Potter and children. Larry and Jane , of Roger ' s Avenue arrived home Sun- day from a week' s vacation at Sanibel Island . Fla., where they enj oyed bathing and shelling in warm, sunny weather. On the way dawn , they were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McKean of S>Winter Park , Fla. The Story Hour at the Bellport Memorial Library has been dis- continued for this season. It will be resumed again next Fall. The library will , however , continue to be open from 11:30 a. m. to 1:30 p. m. Saturdays. Weekday hours also remain the same as before. Saturday night , Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hallock of Pearl Street en tertained at supper for their com- mittee members, who are p lanning the March meeting of the Hearth Club. Mr. and Mrs. Dey Demarest and daughters , Deyann and Dale , of Country Club Road returned home last Thursday from a trip to Wil- liamsburg, Va., and Washington , D. C. BHlport Fish Marlcet — Fresh Daily. BEHoort 7-0710. —Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph i' endergast and their four children , Maryanne , Kathlee n , Joey and Peggy, have moved back to their borne on Maple Street. They have been liv- ing in Newark for the past year and a half. Miss Jean Thorndike , daug hter of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Thorndike of South Howell' s Point Road , visited Miss Cathy Davis of Balti- more , Md., for a few days last week. Alan Thorndike entertained a group of his friends at a \Beat- nik\ party at his home last Wed- nesday night. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Thorndike. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Majetic and family of General McLean Drive spent the weekend visit- ing Mrs. Majetic ' s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Delafield Sparks of Liv- ingston , N. J. To celebrate her tenth birthday, her home last week. Her guesm Maureen Fogarty entertained a group of her friends at a party at were Kathy Aiellc Wendlyn Smith , Susan Irving, Chery l Regalmuto , Debbie Hutchins and Pamela Borzi. That evening, her parents , Mr. and Mrs. George Fogarty, enter- tained Maureen ' s grandparents and relatives at their home on Fuoco Street in celebration of the occa- sion. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Marshall and family of Montclair , N. J., visited Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Love of Bellport Lane for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey McChes- nev, Jr., and sons , David and Tres , of Bellport Lane took a moto r trip through the New Eng land states from Wednesday to Satur- day of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ebersole and family of General McLean Drive visited last week with Mrs. Ebersole ' s brother-in-law and sis- ter , Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Boyd of Springfield , Pa. The Pat c hogue Advance is on sale at: Bellport Stationery, Bell- haven Luncheonette , Trotta Bro- thers , Bettinger ' s Delicatessen , Taylo r ' s Luncheonette , in Bellport . —Adv. Vacationing last week at Lake Sunapee , N. H., were Mr. and Mrs. R. William MacComiskey and family of General McLean Drive. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Bowman and family of George Court visit- ed last week with their parents , Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowman and Mr. and Mrs. John Oliver , both of Canton. An apparatus demonstration will be given at 8 p. m. next Thursday in the Bellport Hig h School gymnasium bv the Appara- tus Club of Bellport High. The program will consist of skills which all of the students will per- form. It has been particularl y de- signed to be of interest to the parents of the students , who are invited to attend , as well as any other interested adults. There will be no admission charge. Dr. and Mrs . Freeman Love and family of Brooklyn Hei ghts visited for the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Peter Paige of Bellport Lane . A coopera tive dinner was held at the Paiges ' home Saturday ni ght. While his family were motoring through New Eng land last week , Dean McChesney stayed at the Peter Pai ge home on Bell port Lane. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kan re- turned to their home on Circuit Road Sunday after spending a 12- da*r vacation at Miami Beach , Fla. Mrs. John Gibson and children , Susan and Billy, of Pearl Street visited with Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Bell of New York City for a few days last week. While there , they attended the children ' s perform- ance of \Hiawatha , \ at the Mar- quee Theatre. James Shreeve , son of Dr. and Mrs. Walton Shreeve of South Howell' s Point Road , celebrated his tenth birthday with a supper and swimming part y last Thurs- day ni ght. Susan Therese Reilly, infant daughter of Mr . and Mrs. dames Reill y «»f Circuit Road , was chris- tened Sunday afternoon at St. Jo- seph the Worker R. C. Church . East Patchogue , by the Rev. Ma- rio Cinque. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Langan of Woodbrid ge , Va., were the god parents. The Mr. and Mrs. Canasta Club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Regalmuto of North Howell' s Point Ro\d Saturday nig ht. Mr. and Mrs. William Florio and family of General McLean Drive spent last week in Brooklyn where they visited Mrs. Florio ' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Giangreco. During a tour of Radio Station WPAC in Patchogue one day last week , Mrs. Peter Quinn and chil- dren , Ann , Peter , and . Paul of North Howell' s Point Road , and Karen , Jan , Donna , and Patty Ra- mirez of Circuit Road were invited to participate in the \Don Lom- bardy Guest Book\ show in which a representative of CARE exp lain- ed the work < f i. ' .it organization. Mr. and J' l' o . Felix Grucci of Station Road accompanied Mr . and Mrs. James Garlinge of Baby lon to New York City where they en- joyed dinner and dancing in the Hawaiian Room of the Hotel Lex- ington Satu rday night to celebrate the wedding anniversaries of both couples. Monday, Mrs. James Pata u of Circuit Road flew to California to join her husband. They will be staying with their son , Anthony Pa tan of Duarte , Calif., until they find a permanent residence. Mrs . Edward V. Loug hlin and children , Larry and Melinda , ot South Howell' s Point Road are spending several weeks in the Bar- bados visiting with relatives. Mr. and . Mrs. George Seyfert and family of George Court we.e guests iast week of Mrs. Seyfort' s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Stalnecker of Lebanon , Pa., and Mr. Seyfert' s parents , Mr. and .Mrs. George Seyfert of Reading, Pa. Weekend houseguests of Mr. and Mrs . Donald Streit of Brown ' s Lane were Mr. and Mrs. John W. Faison , Jr., of Brooklyn Heights. Mrs. John Snedeker and children of Bay Crest Lane went to Charles- ton , S. C, dast week to visit her pa rents , Mr. and Mrs. Bohun Kin- loch. Dr. and Mrs. Clive McClelland and their two children have re- cently moved to (54 South Howell' s Point Road. Dr. McClelland is in the p hysics department at the Brookhaven National Laboratory. Previously, the McClellands had been in Germany. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stock and family of Country Club Road spent last week with Mrs . Stock' s par- ents , Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hall of Worcester , Mass. Last Thursday, the Stock family, visited historical sites in Boston, and saw the new science park , which contains many exhibits. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wiener and family of George Court spent the day in New York City on Washington ' s birthday and attend- ed the Music Hall. Last week , Mr. and Mrs. Tho- mas Honnett of North Howell' s Point Road returned from Boston , Mass., where they had been visit- ing Mrs. Honnett' s brother and sister-in-law , Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Graham , and her siste r , Mrs . Fre- derick Colvin. Mrs. Honnett' s sis- ter , Mrs. George Woodron , and son , Kenneth , who have been visiting here from England , accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. Gus A tten of North Howell' s Point Road enter- tained at a party for their son , Mark' s first birthday February 19. Those attending the part y were Diana and Bobby Osuna , Lenny, Linda and Laurie Ann Rickert , Dawn Occhiuzzio , Mark ' s brother , Donny, and his grandparents. The children ' s parents were present al- so. Brookhave n - South Have n Mrs. M. Alburger , BEllport 7-0979R Peter Ranken , son of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Ranken of South Country Road, spent the weekend in Brookhaven. He returned to Officers ' Candidate School at Newport , R. I., where tomorrow he will be among some 500 men who will be commissioned as en- signs in exercises at the Naval Base. After a leave of 10 days , Mr. Ranken will report in San Diego for amphibious training. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Keith McKenna of South Country Road , was their hrst child and son , Fri- day at Brookhaven Memorial Hos- pital. He has been named Peter Scott. Ihe Patchogue -Advance - is on sale at: Brook Store , Verni' s Deli- catessen , in Brookhaven. —Adv. The Girl Scout annual cookie sale will begin in this area Mon- day with Mrs. David McCutcheon as chairman. Residents can ex- pect either Girl Scouts or Brow- nies with various assortments of Girl Scout cookies as well as salted nuts , in the annual fund raising campaign. Weekend guest of Mr. and'Mrs. Dennis Puleston of Meadow Lane was Charles Crean of New York City. More on Page 3 , this section BELLPORT—The BeLport ^ branch of the American Red Cross •opened its fund drive this week. Meetings of the volunteer s were held Monday and Tuesday at the home of the chairman , Mrs. Leslie Weiss of South Country Road. Mrs. Douglas Paig e , chairman of special gifts , was active during \*\ ' ¦*—<$ Februarv and is annreciative of the prompt and generous response which she is receiving. Mrs. Conrad Heede and Mrs. Henry Haskell are co-chairmen of house-to-house solicitations : Mrs. Maxwell Small , typing; Mrs. Theo- dore T. Everitt , posters; Mrs. James Warner , publicity ; Mrs. Mignon Moore , treasurer of the drive ; as well as approximatel y 60 volunteers who will do the house-to house canvassing. The quota for Bellport is $1 , 980 , and the volunteer workers are de- voting this month to raising this amount in order that the Red Cross may continue to give free swimming lessons to hundreds of children , assist many families in need of home service (connecting link between the man in the serv- ice and his family at home), carry on the work in veterans hospitals , and to always be the first to serve wherever or whenever disaster strikes , Mrs. Weiss said. — . ^ Bellport Red Cross Branch In Drive for $1 ,980 Goal Mary Immaculate '5* Tops St. Joseph' s BELLPORT — Mary Immacu- late ' s Hol y Name five topped St. Josep h' s Hol y Name , of East Pat- chogue , 82-41 , on the Mary Im- maculate auditorium court here Sunday night. A good crowd was on hand to see the game. The Mary Immaculate team had a well-balanced scoring attack , with Tony Schaefer leading the way with 18 points. Watkins was high for the losers with 14. Mount Carmel of Patchogue will journey here to meet the Mary Immaculate cagers at 8 p. m. Sun- day. TWO AMBULANCE TRIPS BELLPORT — Two tri ps were made by the Bell port ambulance during the past week. Monday Mrs. Dinan was broug ht from Brook- haven Memorial Hospital to 755 Provost Avenue by William Dol- ger and the Rev. Frederick I. Smith at 12 noon , and at 8:30 a. m. Tuesday Cecil Stewart , South Country Road , was taken there by Conrad Heede and Peter Grucci. Costs Continue Up ward Spiral: B ELLPORT—A meeting of representatives from 21 social , political , church and. service groups met with members of the administra- tive staff and board of edu- cation members of Central School District 4 at Bellport High School. The purpose of the meeting was to disseminate information con- cerning the Brydges-Brady bill now in the State Legislature to raise the basic foundation support given to school districts from $385 to $450 per child. In addition , it is hoped that lay people will become better acquainted with the gen- eral problems and practices of ed- ucation , especially in the area of curriculum development and teach- ing methods. Dr. Erwin Dingman , supervising principal , described the Brydges- Brady bill , designed to raise state support from $385 to $450 per pupil and the Dominic-Farenbach bill that is expected to increase tax aid by 25 per cent to school dis- tricts that have exceptionally high tax rates , such as Central School District 4. William Mulkeen , business man- ager , described the future prob- lems of financing education and quoted Walter Lippman as saying, that \With increased enrollments and salaries for the teaching and non-teaching staff , the cost of ed- ucation will steadily increase even though all other costs remain the same. \ Mr. Mulkeen exp lained how raising the level of state support to $450 while retaining the cur- rent equalization ratio could re- sult in as much as $150 , 000 addi- tional state, aid for the district. Groups that were represented included : Bellport Taxpayers As- sociation , Board of Education mehibers , Brookhaven Village As- sociation , Citizen ' s Council , repre- senatives from Catholic , Episco- palian , Methodist and Presbyter- ian Churches , Council of Admin- istrative members , Democratic Club , Brookhaven and Hagerman Fire Departments , Fireplace Lit- erary Society, Garden Club , The League of Women Voters , Lions Club , Long Island Federation of Labor , Parent-Teacher Associa- tions of Bell port High School , the Hampton Avenue School and the Kreamer Street School , Republican Club and Teachers Association. Information was distributed at the meeting describing financing problems and representatives were asked to inform their or- ganizations of the problem at hand and to encourage them to write letters to their legislators. More State Aid to Education Stressed in Dist. 4 Meetinq BELLPORT — Central School District 4 unit of the New* York State Civil Service Employes ' As- sociation , Inc., met February 18 at Bellport High School here. The by-laws were adopted and the su- pervising principal of the school district , Dr. Erwin Dingman , in- stalled the officers for the coming year. They are : Alexander Wough , president; Paul Laterza , vice president; Flor- ence Maler , secreta ry ; Miss Ruth Krebs , financial secretary ; William Mpran , treasurer; and Albert Hawksby, sergeant-at-arms. District s CS Unit Seats Officers , Adopts Bylaws (Z ! ) ( A WINNER! YOU ' LL / ' WIN TOO — JF S. YOU BRING YOUR. PRESCRIPTIONS TO TU C AC JLi PHARMACY J TH EY GIVE YOU JUST WHAT THE DOCTO R. ^ ORDERS ! fl V - V. 1 . i > - \ f ^T-V't^ W$Mjtm$' ICVA^TRTPCMARKS. ,, K 4|HH K H^H^A LEWIS KNIGHT , Ph. 6. GINCM 1900 *7kZ. BE - T-0079 FREE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY EMERGENCY TEL. AT 6-8588 BELLPORT , L.I. Hawkins Gulf Garage 11 STATION ROAD BELLPORT Irving Terwilliger and Clifford Miller . Props. All Types Automobile Repairs Free Pickup and Delivery Telephone BEllport 7-0185 DELICATESSEN SATURDAY — MARCH 4th OUR SPECIALTY HOMEMADE SALADS Free Gifts for the Ladies and Kiddies WE HAV E WHAT YOU WANT 145 MAIN ST. BE 7-0024 BELLPO RT Vm ~ W O ~< <W H — 1—1 — — Mil —¦ — —« — — — —¦ — —I — I\ I\ 'MP 1 ww 1-1 UNDERWOOD FUEL CO. READING COAL — HEATING OILS Rive r Ave. & L.I.R.R. Patc hogue , N . Y. , Tel. G Rover r>-3(>00 MAN IN ORBIT — tS n 1 ^ tices tor demonstration of Heliport High Schoo l Apparatus Club to be held next Thursday at Bellport Hig h . Demonstrations will start at 8 p. m. Admission is free. —Photo by Joseph Adarns DUR ING WINTER VA CATION: BELLPORT — Nine girls from.. Senior Girl Scout Troop 4!) , here , enjoyed a ski tri p last week din - ing the Winter vacation from school. Mrs. Paul Skidmore , leader , and Mrs. Richard Carleton , troop com- mittee chairman , took the girls to Camp Is-sho-da , East Greenbush , which is owned by the Hudson Va l- ley Girl Scout Council. The girls spent a day skiing at the North Creek Ski Center and another day sightseeing in Al- many, visiting the Capitol , the State Education building and mu- seum. Girls participating were : Lynn Abrams , Lynn MacDougal , Sherrie ' . .Warburton , Betsy Schmitt , Bar- ? bara Remette and Betsy Baker of Bellport , Jane Lowenthal and Carole Eyerman of Patchogue and Nancy Skidmore of East Mor- iches. Intermediate Troops 10 and G2 , accompanied b y Mrs. John Bojus , leader , and Mr. Bojus , spent three days last week Winter camping at Camp Edey, Bayport. The group stayed at Mac K Lodge where they kept a roaring- wood fire burning in the fireplace to keep warm . Girls from Bellport who camped were : Janice Hoyler , Nancy Pad- Ion , Susan Hunter , Karen Bohn , * »Diane Simmons , Virginia Beth , Barbara Snyder , Nancy Bojus , and from East Patchogue , Margo Critz. Anita Nauhaus of Senior Troop 49 assisted Mrs. Bojus- . On Wednesday, which was Girl Scout Thinking Day, set aside as the birthday of Lord Baden-Powell , the founder of all Scouting, ' ail . remaining members of tfte r two troops assembled at camp for a special ceremony around the flag- pole. The Juliette Low World friendship fund was discussed , \Our Cabana \ and the promise and laws. Afterward , the girls prepared a magic show , games and refreshments. Girl Scouts Go Skiing, Camping » * * 4 * * \ BELLPORT ASPHALT i \ PAVING CORP. i ? 4 * Asphalt Paving * I Parking Areas Driveways * I Trucking J t Top soil — Bluestone J * Gravel — Fill — Sand J ? Estimates Cheerfully Given < ? 28 Station Road Bellport * < ? Telephone BELLPORT 7-0061 « * —^ ^ A —L J— A. _t _I _L A _t _> A ^ A —> _1 _. —, _t _L _. _L _. ^ —» —I —I, A . CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURC H Bellport , N. Y. Rev. Alan C. Merrill , Rector TODAY 9 J 30 a. m. —Holy Communion. 10 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. —Office hours. SUNDAY Third Sunday in Lent 8 a. m. —Holy Communion. Cor- porate Communion of the Episco- pal Churchwomen. 9:30 a, m. —Family Eucharist— Sunday schoo l Grades 3-8. 11 a. m. —Sunday School Grades Pre-School to 2. MONDAY 7 p. m. —Boy Scout troop meets in Community Hall. TUESDAY 9:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. —Office hours. 7:30 a. m. —Holy . Communion. 8:30 p. m. —Adult Class. WEDNESDAY 7:30 p. m. —Junior Choir rehear- sal. 8:15 p. m. —Evening prayer. 8:45 p. m. —Senior choir rehear- sal. THURSDAY 9:30 a. m. —Holy Communion. RUTH A. M. E. ZION CHURCH Bellport , N. Y. Rev. D. A. Hunt , Pastor SUNDAY 10 a. m. —Sunday school service. 11 a. m. —Warship service. MONDAY 7:30 p. m. —Choir rehearsal. TUESDAY 7 p. m. —Prayer service. ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH Beaver Dam Road , Brookhavem Rev. Richard W. Gray, Vicar SUNDAY Third Sunday in Lent 8 a. m. —Holy Communa l . 11 a. m. —Church School. 11 a. m. —Holy Communion and sermon. WEDNESDAY 7:30 p. m. —-Lenten service and Discussion Group. <!¦¦¦ —¦¦¦«! BROOKHAVEN-SOTJTH HAVEN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Beaver Dam Road , Brookhave* Rev. Charles A. Kellogg Pastor TODAY 8 p. m. —Meeting of the Wo- men ' s Association at the home of lvu s. ruciiara l ooner , r\ ewey Liane , Brookhaven. Subje ct , \Heritage and Horizons. \ FRIDAY 8 p. m. —Meeting of the Session at Mr. Kellogg ' s home. SUNDAY 9:30 a. m. —Church school . 11 a. m.—Sunday Worshi p ser- vice. Sermon topic , \Angels Una- wares. \ MONDAY 8 p. m. —Adult Bible Study group. MARY IMMACULATE R. C. CHURCH Brown ' s Lane , Bellport Rev. Thomas J. Manning, Pastor TODAY 4:30-5:30 and 7:30-8:30 — Con- fessions in preparation for First Friday. TOMORROW (First Friday) 7 and 9 a. m. —Masses. 8 p. m. —Sacred Heart devotions , stations of the Cross. SATURDA Y J.5n_ K.QA - *% m <anA r7.Qn_C.90 ' p. m. —Confessions. SUNDAY 7 , 8 , 9 , 10 and 11 a. m. and 12:15 p. m. —Masses . 2 p. m. — Baptism . MONDAY 8 p. m. —Miraculou s Medal no- vena. 8:30 p. m. —Meeting of St. Pat- rick' s Party committee in audi- torium. Mondays through Fridays 7 and {? a. m. Saturday 8 a. m.—Masses. Our Lady of Fatima devotions af- ter 8 a. ' m. mass S aturday. FRIDAYS DURING LENT * 8 p. m. —Stations of the Cross. BELLPORT METHODIST CHURCH Bellport , N. Y. Rev. Frederick I. Smith , Pastor TODAY 8:J 5 p. m. — Commission on Finance meeting. ¦9:30 a. m. —Senior Youth Fel- lowship Witness Mission. 10:30 a. m. —Confirmation class. SUNDAY 9:30 a. m. —Sunday School for all ages. Adult class taught by the pastor. 11 a. m. —Church Service . Baby sitting in Aldersgate. 5 p. m. —Family Covered Dish supper. 7:30 p. m. —Senior Youth Fel- lowship. TUESDAY 8 p. m. —Commission on Mem- bership meeting. 1 p. m. —Healing service. * 7 p. m. — Choi r practice. 8 p. m. —Mid-Week Bible class. NEW BELLPORT STREET MAPS I960 edition. On sale at Bettin- ger ' s Delicatessen and Bellhaven Luncheonette , Montauk Highway, and Bellport Stationery Store. Published by The Patchogue Ad- vance. Also contains streets in Brookhaven , Yaphank , Medford , East Patchogue , Patchogue , Blue Point and Bayport. All this for only 50c. —Adv. *s News of the Churches I „-,, „ < M S^S M Income ^feyP w Taxes j ^^^^ M Have You ! Ei^ j W Worried? j l >%&' llBr When it ' s a matter of < \ f ' T \ * ^ M ^ MON EY . . . See Us . . . ) \ , JM The BEST WAY to Get j * ^iSflH \Ou t from Under \ via < J I tiw$$ mWm\ Read y Cash from a Low- < > >< y^P ! Q^ , Cost Loan here. ( \mr ^ ^^^^k Our Service is PROMPT , \ i J FRIEND LY ... | ^ %^^^ ^ CONFIDENTIAL i * > i The Bellport National Bank \ t BELLPORT , N. Y. | > Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. > > . 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