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\ T7~ \\ 7CT written by Mrs. Herbert Kouts of Brookhaven will l\\J V LX J SO on sale at bookstores Wednesday. Entitled \Tal- lien ' s Children . \ it was written by Mrs. Kouts under her maiden name , Hcrtha Pretorius. —Michael' s Studio Photo Atlantic GOP Club Installs New Officers INSTALLATION ll SAt £Z ing of Atlantic Republican Club of Brookhaven Town , Inc. Pictured from left to right standing, are Brookhaven Town Highway Superintendent Charles W. Barraud and Suffolk Count y Sheriff Charles R. Dominy, town GOP leader , both of whom acted as installing officers ; Joseph Wallen , first vice president ; Frank Tortorella , second vice president; Louis A. Fuoco , Jr., president ; Henry Ostermann , former Brookhaven town clerk , who was master of ceremonies and an installing officer ? and John J. O'Brien , outgoing president. Seated from left to right are Mrs. Ruth Frederick , secretary ; Mrs. Florence Vorn- berger , corresponding secretary ; and Mrs. Ruth Backes , treasurer. —Photo by Casey Election of officers and instal-^ lation highlighted the February 28 meeting of the Atlantic Re- publican club of Brookhaven Town Inc., held at the Veterans of Foreign Wars hall on Dunton Ave- nue , East Patchogue. The election had been postponed due to the storm last month , the first meet- ing not held since the club was started October 1. 1956. New officers are as follows : Louis A. Fuoco , Jr., president; Joseph Wallen , first vice presi- dent; Frank Tortorella , second 'vice president; Mrs. Ruth Freder-<i ick , re-elected secretary ; Mrs. Florence Vornberger , re-elected corresponding secretary; Mrs. Ruth Backes , re-elected treasurer; and Mrs. Rose Di Nicola , sergeant at-arms. Mas ter-of-ceremonies was for- mer Justice of the Peace Henry Ostermann. Installation was hand- led by Brookhaven Town GOP Leader Sheriff Charles R. Dom- iny; Brookhaven Town Highway Superintendent Charles W. Bar- praud and Mr. Ostermann. Also as- sisting was Miss Mary Ellen Vorn- berger , Miss Republican of Suf- folk County for 1960 , and Louis A. Fuoco , Sr. An award of a silver casserole was given to Mrs . Florence Kertz of Provost Avenue , Bellport. The next meeting of the club will be at 8:30 p. m. March 28 at the VFW hall. At that time , the new president , will set up all the committees and name the chairman of each committee. Gravestone Rubbin g Project Undertaken by 7th Graders BELLPORT—Two of Mrs. Jean Coakley ' s Seventh Grade social studies classes at Bell port Junior High School have completed a project which entailed gravestone rubbing. It all began in a discussion in Mrs. Coakley ' s classes concerning Bellport' s early families when Day MacDougall revealed that there ¦ <« wet'fi several familv trravestones on her property. Day rubbed the impression of the stone onto shelf paper with pencil. Seve ral of her classmates be- came interested in the print , verse and style of the stone and other classmates who knew of grave- stones yet unrubbed , joined the activity. Soon there were 39 grave rubbings repi-esenting 12 families , some of whose history was found in a report comp iled by Richard Geraine and Richard Dilg. A map of the entire area covered by the graves was drawn by Kirk Ridge- way and Dennis Viola. The oldest gravestone found by the students was that of Thomas Rose , dated 1780. Mr. Rose died at the age of 44 and was descend- ed from Jonathan* Rose , a cooper (barrel maker) who in 1681 'bought almost all of South Bell- port. Jonathan ' s son , Robert , pur- chased much of North Bellport in 1720. Five men , including John B rewster , later bought land from the Rose family. The students al- so rubbed the stone of Captain Nathan Rose whose ston e is dated 1793. The grave rubbings have been mounted on black paper and have been displayed in the hall bulletin board of the junior hig h school and in Mrs. Coakley ' s classroom. Two Bell port Girls In College Musical Two Bellport girls participated in the musical adaptation of A. A. Milne ' s children ' s classic , \Win- nie the Pooh , \ at Oberlin Coll- ege Oberlin , 0. They are Lucy Collins , a fresh- man , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George B. Collins of 46 Bellport Lane , a member of the cast ; and Linda Quinby, a sophomoi-e , daug h- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Quinby of 24 South Howell' s Point Road , set designer. Performances began March 1 and were given by the Mummers Theatre Workshop, a new drama- tic group providing an outlet for Oberlin students to write , act and direct. New Cub Pack Forming At Hampton Ave . Scho ol BELLPORT MANOR — There will be an organizational meeting at the Hampton Avenue School at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday for the pur- pose of forming a new Cub Scout pack. Parents who have a son between the ages of 8 and 11 attending this school are asked to attend the meeting. Annual Tax Sale Set In Bell port Friday BELLPORT — Five pieces of local property are listed as delinquent in taxes and will be offered for sale by the Village of Bellport at the an- nual tax sale to be held at 11 a. m. tomorrow in the Com- munity Center on Bell Street here. At the annual Grievance day held by the board Febru- ary 21 , th r ee grievances were aired. George C. Furman and James McGiff , a ttorney for the H. Ruffolo estate and the property of Dr. William Bis- sell , were the complainants and all received favorable consideration by the board. A special meeting was held following Grievance day hours and Albert W. Hallock was appointe d a member of the park commission to fill the unexp ired term of Josep h F. Padlon , resi gned. D octor Will Speak At AME Zion C hurch BELLPORT—Sunday afternoon at 2 p. m. Leroy Eleazer will pre- sent Dr. Joseph Harder as guest speake r at a service at the Ruth AME Zion Churc h here on Sta- tion Road. Also appearing on the program will be the Pilgrims Travelers , a choral group from Riverhead. The public is invited. A food sale will be held at the chui*ch March 18 at 11 a. m. un- der the direction of Mrs. Blanche Carle and Mrs. Grace Carle. Mothers , Dads Urged To Attend Cubs ' Meeting BELLPORT—The monthly pack meeting of Cub Scout Pack 28 will be held at 7:30 p. m. toda y at the Kreamer Street School. The Cubs have been working on their mon thly theme , \Railroad- ing, \ and mothers and dads are urged to come out and see what their boys have been doing. The boys enjoy having their parents see them receive the awards. The den with the most parents present will receive an attendance badge. School Ed., Parents Get 'Lessons ' in Arithmetic BELLPORT—In addition to its regular public meetings , the Board of Education of Central School District 4 holds special edu- cational meetings once a month on some aspect .of the instructional program. Monday night , the board members and a number of par- ents were given a lesson in the teaching of arithmetic. Ihe meeting was opened by Emery Van Horn , president of the Board of Eelucation. Dr. Er- win Ding ham , supervising princi- pal , introduced the princi pal speakers. Louis Marrone , curriculum di- rector , briefl y exp lained the or- ganizational setup of the curricu- lum center , where the meeting was held , and the many materials contained therein. Mrs. Marie Luongo , reading teacher , described the many reading texts and visual aids available for classroom tea- chers in this school district and told how the remeelial reading program is designed to hel p chil- dren with certain problems. Ace Watkins , science and math consultant , then described some of the problems confronting childre n when first exposed to arithmetical concepts taught in school. In addi- tion , many manipulative teaching devices were disp layeel and their use explained by Mr. Watkins. William Purves , principal of the Brookhaven School , then described how the Cuisenaire method of teaching arithmetic was introduc- ed in his school and how a State Education Department film is be- ing prepared , based on the work being done at the Brookhaven Elementary School. He mentioned the many exploratory steps (visits to schools using the Cuis- enaire materials and attendance at Cuisenaire workshops), taken before embarking on this new program. In order that the participants might become acquainted with the Cuisenaire materials and methoel of instruction , a demonstration of their use uneler Mr. Watkins ' di- rection followed. Gilbert Hal pin , Fifth Grade tea- cher in the Brookhaven School , gave the group several arithmetic problems to solve with the Cuise- naire materials. The Cuisenaire materials con- sist of diffe rent colored rods from one cubic centimeters to 10 cubic centimeters. The manipulation of these ma- terials hel p children to learn arith- metic in a new anel interesting way, it was stated. There are no given units of measurement mark- ed on the rods . They each become what the child wants them to become related only through the p lanned harmony of their ph ysical dimensions anel color. The meeting was conclueled with the serving of refreshments. Bellport Library Has Many New Books on Order B ELLPORT — The following books were recently ordered by the Bellport Memorial Library : Aduit Fiction : Taylor \The Tra- vels of Jaimie McPheeters \ ; Swarzbart , \The Last of the Just\ ; Sandburg, \Abe Lincoln Grows Up \ ; Narayan , \Tne Maneater of Mal gudi\ ; DeVries , \T hrough Fields of Clover \ ; Mossiker , \The Queen ' s Necklace \ ; V a 111 a n d , \Fete \ ; Statler , \Japanese Inn \ ; Wright , \Ei ght Men \ ; Cann , \Fate is the Hunter \ ; Taylor , \In a Sum- mer Season \ ; Slaughter , \Ep ide- mic \ ; Linnington , \A Case for Appeal\ ; Know , \Leave it to the Hangman \ ; Shannon , \Ace of Spades \ ; Shary, \Sunrise at Cam - pobello \ ; Dicksin , \Secrets Under the Sea \ ; Hamre , \Ed ge of Disas- ter \ ; Rikhoff , \Dear Ones All\ ; Moll , \Memoir of Spring. \ Adult Non-Fiction : Holman- Hunt , \My Grandmother and I\ ; Steffens , \The Autobiography of Lincoln Steffens \ ; Armour , \Th e Classics Reclassified\ ; Douglas , \A Living Bill of Rights \ ; Moore- head , \Th e White Nile \ ; Dinesan , \Shadows on the Grass \ ; Caidin , \The Astronauts \ ; Christop her , \Around the World on $80\; Man- tle , \The Mickey Mantle Story \ ; Marx , \The Health of the Presi- dents \ ; Sulzberger , \My Brother Death\ ; Gerster , \Sahara \ ; Gor- don , \The Split Level Trap \ ; Fos- ter , \Children of the Mist\ ; Mc- Closkey, \The American Supreme Court\ ; Lukace , \The History of the Cold War \ ; Kishon , \Look Back , Mrs. Lott\ ; Gunther , \Taken at the Flood. \ Juvenile: Felsen , \Crash Club\ ; McClintock , \Hurry Hurry \ ; Wise- man , \Morris is a Cowboy \ ; Felt , \Hello , Goodbye \ ; Galdone, \Small Clown \; Shortall , \Country Snow- plow \ ; Eberle , \Grasses \ ; Kone , \Tale of a Pond\ ; Burchard , \Bal- loons from Paper Bags to Sky Hooks \ ; Golden Book , \Tall Tales of America \ ; Van Rensselaer , \Fun With Ventriloquism \ ; Hyde , \What Does a Parachutist Do?\ Zimm , \How Things Grow \ ; Fol- lett Co., \First Book of Rome , \ \First Book of Medieval Man , \ \Tales of Ancient E gypt\ ; . Otto , \The Little Old Train \ ; Villarejo , \The Art Fair \ ; Silverman , \H y- mie ' s Fiddle \ ; Snyder . \One Day at the Zoo \ ; Keene , \The Haunted Sh o wboat , \ \Secret of the Golden Pavillion , \ \Clue in the Old Stagecoach' - , Lambert , \The Stars Hang Hig h\ ; Lawrence , \The Shining Moment\ ; DeLeeuw , \Love is the Beginning \ ; Colman , \The Best Wedding Dress. \ 11 DELICIOUS BROILED CHICKENS FROM jj j! OUR NEW ROTISSERIE jj ! BE 7-0127 — We 'll Have Them Read y When You Call | j TROTTA BROS. MARKET S^ T j. i ^^•rw^^^^r w w^w^r^rw^^rv^rw^r^ - ^rv w ^rw^^'W^rwww w ^rw- w ^rvrwww^r^'^rvw^rt ^ ^ : aJ{j£ §>Bu m^Bttv Itankfiljop i| j[ Books with Atmosphere \\ j B ELLPORT LANE jj I Store Hours : Mon . thru Fii , 9:30-12 , 1-5 : 30 |j it Sat. , 9:30-3 — Closed Wed. jt N I LIKE A SECRETARY ^ WHO \S CAREFUL ABOUT HER SPELLING..,.WELL , AS CAREFUL AS TU C AC Jj PHARM ACY J ABOUT FILLING A V ^ PRESCR IP TION j J LEWIS KNIGHT . Ph.G. SINCE I90O %£. BE-7-0079 FRtfE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY EMeRSENCV TEL. AT €-8588 BELLPORT , L.I. The 1061 Polar Boar weekend in Yaphank March 4 and 5, ^ is now a memorable experience for the 16 Scouts of Troop 128, East Patchogue, who participated. The memories are made sweeter by success in the competition anions the 67 patrols (300 boys ) from the various units in Central District participating. Troon 128' s r laming Arrow ta iroi nnrsneu m* a tie for nrst with a patr ol from Troop 100. Sayville. Ihe Polar Hear shows how well a boy has learned, his Scouting. During a six-mbe hike with full pack, the boys passea throu gh the various checkpoints arranged to test their Scouting abilit y, includ- ing pack inspection , trail signs . compass , firs t aid, Idiots , map symbols, etc. Tins is followed b y establishment of a cam]-) she. in- cluding p itching tents , preparin g cooking lires , and meals S.uuriia\ night and Sunday, and strikin g can.p. The e\ ent started at 8 a. m. March -i and concluded at - p. m. March •> . Each boy was required to carry all the supp lies (food . I clothin g and shelter) to satisfy iiis requirements. The Troop 128 spokesman ex- p lained that the boys wore elivid- ed into two patrols as follows: Flaming Arrow Patrol—Robert De Lia. John Foti. Brian Briscoe , Vin- cent Brandi. Vincent Lettieri , Ar- thur Gross and James Sidey ; Quail Pa t rol—John Scoet , George Witt- ier. Frank Parrett , James Young, Douglas McLean and Gregory Shore. The boys were assigned the following j obs respectively: Pa- trol leader , assistant patrol leader , quartermaster , cboermaster , bike- master , grubmaster and scribe. The boy s were accompanied by Scoutmaster George Scott , Junior Assistant Scoutmaster D o n a 1 el Porto and Senior Patrol Leader Michael Mover . Tiie t roop spokesman expressed appreciation to the Central Dis- trict excutives. commissioners and Polar Lear committee for the ex- cellent arr angements which con- tributed considerabl y to the ewer- all enjoyment of Polar Bear week- end, the Troop 128 spokesman con- cluded. NEW BELLPORT STREET MAPS 1960 edition. On sal? at Bcttin- ger ' s Delicatessen and B?llhaven Luncheonette . Montauk Highway, and Bellport Stationery Store . Published by The Patchogue Ad- vance. Also contains streets in Brookhaven . Yaphank , Medford , East Patchojiue. Patchogue , Blue Point and Bayport. All this for only 50c. —Adv. Troop 128 Patrol in Tie For First in Polar Event ENTITLED TALLIEN'S CHILDREN' : By Mary Alburger Going on sale Wednesday at bookstores is a novel entitled \Tallien s Children , \ by Herthr. Pretorius , published by Appleton Century-Crofts. On the baik of the color ful book jacket appears a photograp h easily identified by many in this area as the likeness of Mrs. Herbert Kouts of Still- woods Road , Brookhaven. Miss Pretorius and Mrs. Kouts are one and the same. Until five years ago , Hertha Kouts lived a life similar to that of many other serious-minded , intellectually in- clined home makers. The wife of a physicist in the nuclear engin- eering section of the Brookhaven National Laboratory, she devoted herself to the needs of her hus- band and two daughters , the care of their attractive Swedish mod- ern home and garden , and had time for a number of special in- terest groups. She even managed to teach second grade in t/he West Middle Island School the year her younger daughter , Catherine , started school. Yet she felt the need to communicate her feelings and ideas to others and felt in- adequate to this need orally. A professional writer among her friends , knowing that Hertha did some writing, urged her to submit her work to an agent in order to see if it might be mar- ketable. Using her maiden name , Pre- torius , Hertha Kouts did just that. To be sure , her work was prompt- ly rejected , but with it came encouragement to keep at it , for there was promise. Mrs. Kouts wrote whenever she could find the time. Finally, she sold a short story through her agent, to the Canadian Ladies Home Journal. Her agent urged the growing writer to attempt a novel , which form seemed suitable to her ma- terial and style. While she had done both undergraduate and graduate work in English at Lou- isiana State University, Mr. Kouts had taken only a brief course in creative writing in an adult edu- cation program. She had been , and is , a great reader. It can be said that largely through her own e ffort and some guidance from her agent , she learned how to w r rite. Mrs. Kouts comes from New Orleans. Generations of her father ' s people are from that city. Of the people of that city and state of Louisiana , she writes with feeling and authority. She is a husky-voiced, blonde , rather deli- catel y wrought woman of under average height. There is an aura of sensitivity about her. She is articulate and not one to shun social groups or gaiety. Most weekdays she writes , whil e the- girls are in school , down in her own goodsized basement floor study, where shelves of books con- tain references and maps she uses in writing. Mrs. Kouts still finds time to be on the book committee of the Brookhaven Free Library, which selects the books purchased for the library. Her husband comes from the western states and travels widely at home and abroad. The older Kouts girl , Ann , 15 , is artistic , interested in music and writes eloquentl y on the p lig ht of society and humanity at large. While she resembles her mother in coloring and build , her younger sister , Catherine , bears an equally striking likeness to her father in general build and in darker color- ing. She like her sister , is an ex- cellent student in Central School District 4. She studies piano and is seldom seen not absorbed in a book. i he writer and her family hope to go on a camping trip through the West this Summer. Hertha Pretorius is quick to say these are good times for writers. She , herself , is among some 65 writers to be publishing a first novel during the first three months of the current year. Miss Pretorius received pre- prints of her first novel just as she was mailing off a rough draft of her second novel based on the coffee business in New Orleans. By last Spring, she had finished her first novel , which is now ap- pearing after the revisions and changes that are a necessary part of writing. \Tallien ' s Children \ is about a French New Orleans family and a father ' s efforts to impose his ways on his six grown children. The author is concerned with the problem of how one can escape the past and yet keep the best of what it has to offer. A professional trade review of the novel praised its honesty. Miss Pretorius was also among the new writers written up in the Febru- ary issue of \Library Journal. \ So far as a word to other women is concerned , Miss Pretor- ius cannot urge them too strongly to be proud of being homemakers if they are completely happy in the role. It is a role, she feels. too important to be stated apolo- getically by the many women to- day who do not feel that being a housewife and using spare time intelligently is the answer to the invariable question , \What do you do?\ 2 AMBULANCE TRIPS BELLPORT — One patient was taken to Brookhaven Memorial! Hospita l and one broug ht home by the Bellport ambulance during the past week. At 12 noon last Thursday, Cecil Stewart was broug ht to his home on South Country Road by Conrad Heede and Robert Hawkins , and at 9:23 a. m. Saturday a call was received to take Mrs . Bellotti , 837 Bay- view Avenue, to the hospital. Wil- liam Greenhill and Tyson Dominy served as crew. mmmmmm—mmmmmm ¦¦————mmmmmmmmtmm ^mmmm B haven Woman ' s First Book Out Hawkins Gulf Garage 11 STATION ROAD BELLPORT Irvine- Terwilliger and Clifford Miller , Props. All Types Automobile Repairs Free Pickup and Delivery Telephone BEllport 7-0185 UNDERWOOD FUEL CO. READING COAL — HEATING OILS River Ave. & L.I.R.R. Patchogue , N. Y. Tel. GRover 5-3600 ¦¦¦MHI ^iHHHMi ^HHBi ^nHMBI ^HgiHHnnnMM r < t * t * l BELLPORT ASPHALT j PAVING CORP. j J Asphalt Paving J J Parking Areas Driveways \ I Trucking 1 * Topsoil — Bluestone i I Gravel — Fill — Sand j ? Estimates Cheerfully Given j ? 28 Station Road Bellport \ f Telephone BELLPORT 7-0061 « BELLPORT — Registration for the 1961 season of the Bell port Little League took j p lace last week , at which time 89 boys were signed up by their parents. Weather permitting, try- outs will be held the first week of April and the first games are scheduled to get underway May 1. The league hopes to have the use of' the Kreamer Street School field this year. * Samuel DiSibio , president , announced that boys who have not signed up may still elo so by having their parents call him at BEll port 7-1515 or b y contacting the player agent- George Wittier , GRover 5- 2939. ^. Bell port L'il League Signups Set at 89 BELLPORT—Singing and danc- ing will be featured in the enter- tainment prcgi rn to be presented at the St. Pa.ri -k s party to be held Sunday nig t at Mary Im- maculate R. C. Church auditorium here. Vocal selections will be render- ed by Mrs. Kenneth _ Glover of South Haven , members of the church choir and Leo Armstrong of Bellport and Miss Susie Pow- ers of Y' ap hank will dance. Mrs. Edmund Rowland is chairman of entertainment and Mr. Rowland will be master-of-ceremonies. The party will start \with a buffet supper to be served from 6:30 to 8 p. m., followed by en- tertainment and dancing. Music will be by the Rhyth m Kings , featuring Buddy Lavay as soloist and guitarist. Awards to be made during the evening will include three baskets of cheer and an 8 mm. movi e camera. St. Patrick' s Party At Mary Immaculate Auditorium Sunday JIM S DELICATESSEN SPECIAL! U. S. No. 1 Size A LONG ISLAND POTATOES 25 lbs. T5« ALSO LARGE ASSORTMENT OF j HOME-MADE I j SALADS | AND GROCERIES 115 MAIN ST., BELLPORT t »iiwn»iiw»iiiii»niiiiniH»iiiii»niiifiiiHimwnniHiiiiiniiii«i«i»wiiiw n«nmi«i»iti**»»»i»»»ii«»»»\\»»«»\\»\\\»»»» • • ¦ * ¦ — j SOUND FINANCIAL COUNSELING ) is an IMPORTAN T ! Part of Our SERVICE Our KNOWLEDGE and 1 EXPERIENCE are always at J Your Command . 1 Feel free to call on us at any time | for practical help in SOUND f FINANCIAL PLANNING I Our service is . . . Prompt , Friend ly | ... Confidential | The Bellport National Bank ] BELLPORT , N. Y. j Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. | Member Federal Reserve System 1 » »niimH»iiiinnimtiiiuiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiniiimimimi .. ' ....¦.. II IIIIH II III I Itllll l» II W<Hl IHIillUIHmiHUH H IHtl It t HH IMt IIIMU* *J \ <<t*J Clocks and Watches ol all Types Repaired 139 MAIN STREET BELLPORT , N. Y. TeL BEllport 7-0860 BK O BHBBWRBBHB B HB ST. PATRI CK'S DAY CARDS U. S. PRESS PRINTING - PHOTO OFFSET Gen. Engraving 5 Bellport Lane , Bellport , N. Y. BEllport 7-0734 Manor Museum Officials South Haven PTA Guests SOUTH HAVEN — At 8 p. m. today, the Parent-Teacher Associ- ation of the South Haven School will hold its March meeting at the school. Guests will be Chester Osborne , curator of records , and George Furman , trustee of the Museum of the Manor of St. George. Everyone is welcome.

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