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Bellport Couple See Europe , A ttend Science Conferences BELLPORT—Dr. and Mrs. Walton W. Shreeve of South Howell' s Poiti t Road here have recentl y returned from five weeks in Europe where Dr. Shreeve attended the Fifth International Congress of Bio- chemistry in Moscow and the Inrst International Pharmacological meeting in Stockholm. Their itinerary also included stops m London , Oxfo rd , Brus- sels , Paris , Copenhagen and Oslo to visit friends and various hos- pital and universit y laboratories. Traveling by car with Dr. and Mrs. Roger De Meutter of Brus- sels , formerl y in the medical de- partment of the Brookhaven Na- tional Laboratory, they were able to avoid the hea\il y traveled high- ways and enjoy the more remote villages and sights of interest en route from Pai is to Stockholm through Bel g ium , Holland, Ger- man v and Denmark. .> ¦— Of great interest was the con- trast between the ancient and venerated art treasures of these countries as evidenced not onl y in the architecture but in the stained glass w indows , tapestries , and paintings and the contemporary -works in these media. Of parti- cular interest among the latter were the stained g lass windows by Chagall on exhibit at the Louvre and the marvelous disp lay of mod- em tapestries by Mategot and Le- Corbusier also in Paris as well as the fine museum of modern art , Lousiana , near Copenhagen. BELLPORT NEWS ITEMS Margaret Warner , AT 6-0653 Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Beitcl of Fuoco Street last week were Mr. and Mrs. Robert McNa- mara and son, Robert , Jr , of York , Pa. Miss Joan DiDio , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony DiDio of New Jersey A\enue , left Sep tem- er 5 for Brooklyn , where she will take nurse ' s training at Cale- donian Hospital , School of Nurs- ing, at St. Paul' s Place. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Weiss of South Country Road were Mr. and Mrs. Fosdick Zabriskie of Brooklyn , foimer re- sidents of Bellport , who were here to attend the wedding of Miss Judith Patterson and William Weeks at the Christ Ep iscopal Chuich September 2. Bellport Fish Market — Fresh Dail y. ATlantic 6-0710. —Adv. Mr . and Ml-s. Richard Stock of Country Club Road have return- ed home after spending the Sum- mer months at Rochester where Mr. Stock attended the National Science Foundation Mathematics Institute at the University of Ro- chester. Before returning to Bell- port they took a camping trip to the West, and spent a few days at Yellow stone National Park While they were away, their house was occup ied by Dr. and Mrs. Ja- mes E. Strickler and family of New York City. Dr. Strickler work- ed at Brookhaven National Labor- atory. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Congdon and family have returned to Brook- lyn Heights after spending the Summer months at their home on South Country Road. Visiting for the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haskell of South Brewster Lane was Mr. Has- kell' s aunt , Mrs. John Goold of Ponte Yedre , Fla. Mis. G. Norris Giasoe of Liv- ingston Road returned home Sun- day from a two weeks ' visit with her mother , Mrs. Julius Boraas , ^and her sister , Mrs. Olaf Lunde- beig , of Northfield , Minn. Also vi- siting with them was Mrs. Gla- soe ' s sister, Mrs. Helen B. Iloff , of Menlo Park , Calif. Miss Frances Farr , daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Lee Fan* of South Country Road , will leave today to resume her studies at Chatham Hall , Va. Mr. and Mrs. Peter O'Neill and daughter , Colleen , of Freehold , N. J., spent the weekend with Mr. and M' rs. Peter O'Neill , Sr., of South Country Road. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carleton of Brown ' s Lane left Tuesday to drive their daughter , Miss Betsy Baker , to Aurora where she will start her freshman year at Wells College. Visiting his former roommate , Jon Olsen , over the weekend was Robert Storer of Purdy Station. Robert is entering the Aimy next week. Mrs. Leslie Stalnecker of Leban- on , Pa., is visiting for two weeks with her son-in-law and daughter , Mr. and Mrs. George Seyfert of George Court. brown ' s Garage. Tel. ATlantic 6-0229.—Adv. Teddy Merrick of Lloy d Neck was a houseguest of David Lan- man of Hulse Street from Friday to Monday. David returned home 1 with Teddy for a few days ' visit. Today Kirk Roeser will leave for Pro\ idenee , R.I., for his sop ho- more year at Brown University. The Thomas Simmons family has returned to their home on Brown ' s Lane after spending the past two months at San Juan , Puerto Rico. The following Bell port families enjoyed a rendezvous in their boats at a cove in Moriches Bay over the weekend : the Robert Loves , the Vernon O'Rourkes, the George Roesers , W. Dorsey Smiths , Harve y McChesneys , Peter Paiges , Donald Streits. The Alfred Nelson family also accom- panied them. This occasion was the final famil y outing for the Sum- mer since some of the younger members of the families will de- part this week for various schools and coPeges. Miss Alison Roeser spent the weekend at the Macklin Boettger home in Babylon and attended the annual Babylon Yacht Club family picnic at Fire Island with them. Weekend houseguests of Dr. and Mrs. Willard French of South Brewster Lane were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Grean and famil y of Schenectady. On Friday night a group of Bellport seniors and i their parents gathered at the Frenches ' home for a musical evening. Ballroom dance classes for 5th graders and up, being organized this month. Call Mrs. Edward der Mateosian , AT 6-0932.—Adv. Billy Larson , son of Peter Lar- son of New York City, has enroll- ed at Randolp h-Macon College in Virginia. He spent the Summer va- cation at the John Binnington home on Brown ' s Lane. The Bellport Mixed Bowling League held a pre-bowling meet- ing and barbecue on the lawn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wayte of North Brewster Lane. Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kerr of North Brewster Lane weie enter- tained at dinner , followed by bow- ling. Friday night in honor of their forty-fifth wedding anniver- .Nary by their three daughters and their husbands: Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Wayte , Mr. and Mrs. William Valentine and Mr. and Mrs. Au- gust Waldron. The Knit 'N' Chat Club met last Thursday night at the home of Mrs. John Lockwood of Gen- eral McLean Drive. On Saturday Bob Athana.siou , son of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Athan- asiou of General McLean Drive , icturncd to Troy for his final \ ei\r at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Captain and Mrs. Frederick P. Collins , Jr.. and three children have arri\cd here from Korea , where Capt. Collins has been sta- tioned for the past two years. They will visit for a month w ith Mrs. Collins ' parents , Mr. and Mrs. Louis Perino , Sr., of Station Road , before lea\ing for Maryland where Capt. Collins has been assigned for dut y at Aberdeen Proving Grounds. NOTICE — The lock on the Community House front door will be changed on Sep tember 18 , 1961. All those individuals and organizations who will be needing a key for use of the Community Center must obtain a new one from the Village O ffice. —Adv. Miss Elizabeth Honnett , daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hon- nett of North Howell' s Point Road , is attending Albany State Teach crs College as a freshman this year. Private first class Edward Farr returned to Fort Mver , Va., last Wednesday after spending the Labor Day weekend with his pa- l cnts , Dr. and Mrs. Lee Farr of South Country Road. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Mehr- mann , and family returned to their home on North Brew ster Lane last week from a motor trip to Montreal , Canada , stopping en route at Lake George. Mr. Mehr- mann ' s parents . Mr. and Mrs. John Mehrmann of Robinson Boulevard accompanied them on the vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Alson Van Vleck have returned to their home on Brown ' s Lane after spending the Summer months in Freeport. On Saturday Miss Harriet Phil- lips flew by jet on an c bserva- tion flight from Fort Woith , Tex., to New York City. Before return- ing to Texas later that same day, she met her mother. Mrs. John Phillips , and her brothers , John and Stephen , of South Country Road and lunched with them at Idlewild Airport. Miss Philli ps is training to be a stewardess at the American Airline School in Texas. A meeting of the committee heads and the co-chairmen for the Christ Church Country Fair was held last Thursday night at the parish hall. The fair will be held on September 23 on the church grounds. Mrs. Vernon Buch anan of George Court attended an Alumni Council at Wellesley College , Wel- lesley, Mass., for several days this w eek. Visiting for two days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Streit of Brown ' s Lane was Mrs. Tim- oth y Gil p in of Surrey, England. David Streit , son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Streit , left Tuesday to start his freshman year at Lawrence College , Appleton , Wis., His brother. Chris , will leave to- morrow^ for Cheshire Academy, Cheshire , Conn. Martin Heede , son of Mr. and Mrs . Conrad Heede of South Country Road , entered Manhattan College , Riverdale , for his fresh- man year , Sunday. His brother , Conrad , left this week for Holy Cross College , Worcester , Mass., where he is a senior. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Warbur ton of Bieselin Road left this week to drive their daughter , Sher- ry, to Plattsburgh. Sherry is en- rolled in the Nurse Teacher Course at Plattsburgh State Teache-s College. Weekend houseguests of Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hughes of Academy Lane were Thibaut de St. Phalle and his daughter. Theresa , of Up- per River Saddle , N. J. Pi ter and Fal de St. Phalle were guests at the Arnold Sparrow home on Lei- surely Lane. On Tuesday afternoon Chris Bergskaug celebrated his fift h birthday with a party for Nancy Regalnruto , Robbie Hawkins, Ter- ry Perino and David Ebersole. Mr. and Mrs. Walter BergsKaug of Station Road entertained at a family celebration for their son , Chris , on Sunday. George Paul , son of Mrs. George Paul of Gerard Street , has entered the School of Dentistry, Columbia University , New Y' ork City. On Sunday John Binnington drove his son , T mimy, to Lake- mont Academy on Seneca Lake. They were accompanied by Miles White , son of Mr. and Mrs. Dwain White of South Howell' s Point Road. Both boys will attend the academy this year. The Advance is on sale at Trot- ta Brothers , and Bellport Station- ery in Bellport. —Adv. Guests of Miss Marion Young of Brown ' s Lane for two days last week were her brother and sister- in-law , Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Young of Westfield , Conn. Nathaniel Babcock of New York City is a guest at the home of Mr. and M' rs. John Binnington. Mrs. Francis Hermus of North Brewster Lane entertained at tea Tuesday afternoon Mesdames An- na Mooney, Elsie Griffing, Ginny Lyons , and Elizabeth Arthur. Mi. and Mrs. Francis Hermus and family have returned from two weeks ' vacation spent at the Cort Worth cottage at Fire Island. While there , they had a family gathering to celebrate \-he third birthday of their son Teddy. Leigh Baier , son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baier of Bellhaven Road , has returned to Williams College , Williamstown , Mass., for his junior year. A tennis tournament was held Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at the Bell port Village court as a cul- mination of a very successful ten- nis season. Art Warren of Patch- ogue who was tennis instiuctor for the Summer , assisted by George Collins , managed the tournament. Because of rainy weather the tour- nament had been postponed for two weeks. About 20 participated in the tournament. Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Roe and family, who have been l'ving in the Janvier house on Bellport Lane for the past year , moved this week to Crane Neck , Setauket. Billy Marshall , son of Mr. and M , rs. Frederick Marshall of Liv- ingston Road , left Sunday to con- tinue his studies at Mitchell Col- lege , New London , Conn. li niinniiiiininiiiimm iiiiiiiiiiiniininiiiniuiiiiiiii ii M i i i iiiiinirminiiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiii iimuiiimiitiiiiiiHtiiminnii iinuiiiiiiiiiuniiiiuiniiiiiiHiiimiii ^ WHAT ARE YOU I Looking For In A Home \ TREES ? WATER? ! We have them BOTH at... I | COLONIAL LWI j In Bellport , L. I. | 1 Colonial Lane Homes at Bellport is a way of life. A sportsman ' s | I paradise , it offers golf , fishing, boating, swimming, beaches , § 1 all within 5 minutes drive from your home. Colonial Lane | I Homes is not de- elopment but rather a distinct community that | 1 offers the unusual to the discriminating buyer. | E s I ©5 Models to choose from on © All hJectric Kitchen tea- | MJxlo O plots tunng Jiotpomt Kange and | 1 • 3 to 1 Bedroom Designs Wall Oven | 1 m Double-course Cedar and • Custom-made Fruitwood 1 1 Clapboard Exterior Cabinets I I • 1 or 2 Ceramic Tile Bath- • City Water § 1 rooms • Excellent School System 1 from *^ JL 4 kf ^3 t£' years '\ mortgages f I COLONIAL HOMES IN BELLPORT , L. I. f I Opposite Entrance to Bellport Golf Course I CALL : ATLANTIC 6-9865 I iiuiiminiiiuuiuiniiumiiimMiimiimiiiiiiiUMHiitiimiuuumiuimarmuiuiuiiuii^^ Hawkins Gulf Garage 11 STATION ROAD BELLPORT Irving Terwilliger and Clifford Miller , Props. All Types Automobile Repairs Free Pickup and Delivery Telephone ATlantic 6-0185 Fire Hits Old Garage , Small Bldg. on Wyan dotte Property OLD WYANDOTTE GARAGE on Price Street , Bell port , along with small building nearby, both located on Wyandotte Hotel pro- perty, were hit by fire shortly after 6. p. m. last Wednesday. Gar- age was gutted and building was destroyed. Host of Bellport foremen took turns on hoses. SMALL BUILDING near old Wyandotte garage on Price Street , Bellport , was little more than skeleton shortly after fire broke out. About 70 Bellport firemen under direction of First Assistant Chief Mort Czaja kept flames from spreading to Wyandotte Hotel and neighboring homes. —Advance Photos by Martin Brookhaven - South H ave n Mra. Ann Hornbostel BEIlport 7-0147 LITERARY CLUB The Fireplace Literal y Club held its monthly meeting Septem- ber 6 at the Brookhaven Free Li- brary. The speaker was Colonel Harry C. Dayton , director of the Department of Civil Defense of Suffolk County. In his clear and factual talk , Colonel Dayton em- phasized repeatedly i hose aspects of the problems involved wh'ch re- late to the survival of the Ameri- can famil y and the responsibility of the mother and wife , and hei help in preparing and assembling food and other items vital for sur- vival in a fallout shelter. The spea- ker stated that the population of Russia is at the time much better protected against any nuclear sur- prise attack than the peop le of the United States because the Russian government subordinated the civil defense program to the country ' s Ministry of War in 1947 In Col. Dayton s opinion the Russian survival rate would be about 85 per cent in the event of a nuclear war while the corres- ponding number for United States inhabitants would be only 15 pei- cent at the time being. Colonel Dayton therefore voiced great sat- isfaction with the action recently taken by President Kennedy in placing the responsibility for the ( ivil Defense Program in the of- fice of the Secretary of Defense in Washington , D. C. Th^ speaker is confident that the present situa- tion will be improved 100 per cent if every American famil y will own a fallout shelter in their home or v ill be assigned one in populated areas Each membei of the audience re- ceived 3 booklets pertaining to the vital topic. A few copies of the bookf were left at the library for ^distribution; they also can be ob- tained through the Civil Defense Office of Suffolk County, 31 Oak Street , Patchogue. Refreshments were served after Col. Dayton had aiioweied numer- ous questions from f '-» e audience The hostesses were Mrs. Andrew N. Underbill , Mrs. Robeit B. Li a and Miss Flore nce Crowell. Mrs. Milton Fellman was announced as a r.ew r club member. j TREASURE HUNT Sally Puleston , dinghl^ • of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Puleston , celebia- ted her twelfth birthel iy last Sat- urday in quite an unuaiial way. Her parents , her sister , Jennifer , two friends , Mary Lea and Mich- a'd Ince , arranged a trensu-e hunt. It started with Sally ' . - , receiving half of a map in the moi ning ' s mail , of which the other half had to be found in 1 he Miehelson wo j fls. Carl Bissinger and Ov,< Hanley have rented the house there and ran a pirate grog shop for the day serving the \hunters \ refresh- ments in pirate fashion , a parrot pt r' hed on tneir shoulder. The missing half of the map was found in a bottle hidden in a hole in a pit near the p irates ' house The spot of the treasure was marke d on the map. The children had to come down to the river where Faulkner Lacey and Dennis Puleston picks-: them up ir their boat , Heron , to take them to the other ~ ,Me of L«-ng Point where the spot of the treas- ure was indicated on the map. At the light spot the digging children sti uck a large wooden chest with crossbones and a skul! painted on its cover. The treasure inside con- sisted of toy money, frankfurters , i- 'ids and marshmallfAvs and th« ensuing picnic was gi n\tly appre eiatcd b y the quite hungry crowd . It got dark and the \ ' hunter , '' stalled their return home. But out of the dark they were presen iy attac ked b y a group j f p'rates who had landed in smail boat^ that c<»me out of Rose Creek. Trey were captured and brought home whri e extensive ceremonies were held to initiate all the \hunters \ into the pa ate band. After that thj uni que birthday celebration finally ended w ith the traditional serving of ice cream and cake. All in all , eleven ;. oung people participated in the fun. FIRE COMPANY At the monthly meeting in Aug- ust the Brookhaven Five Company rc-noi ted 37 men preseiu , 0 being excused. No fires v^re reported. The fire school was held at the Civil Defense Center , on Scott Air Packs and smokey fk-es , which oc- cupied 12 men for 30 horns; 1500 gallons of water and 2 Scott air tanks were used. 22 men took part in the compulsary drill , spending 132 hours. Four other diills were held pumping 3 wells. A parade at Hagerman took 32 men 35 hours. The total for the month was 107 man hours and 1500 gallons of wa- ter plus 2 Scott air tanks. Since the present writer of this column is unable to continue with the job , the editor will appreciate receiving applications from per- sons who are interested and quali- fied in writing these weekly re- ports. Please , call GR 5-1000 and ask for Mr. Moog; he will be glad to make an appointment for an interview. The South Haven Parent-Teach- er Association will hold its first meeting of the new school year at 8 p. m. September 21 at the South Haven school. It will be a general meeting where everybody is welcome. Gail Gilliameen , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Christian Gilliam- sen of Clover Lane , left Tues- day for King ' s County Hospital in Brooklyn where she will start training to become a nurse. She- graduated from Bellport High School this year. Her mother is the secretary of the Brookhaven School. Linda Gemmell , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gemmell of South Country Road , returned last week to the University of Kansas in Manhattan , Kan., whe re she is starting her senior year. Continued on page 2 , this section Country Fair Set September 23 At Christ Church BELLPORT — Plans for the country fair to be held Sep tember 23 at Christ Church , Bell port , are progressing rapidl y after a meet- ing last Thursday night in the parish hou^e. It will be an all-day affair , from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m., with many highlights such as an auction fea- uring unusual p ieces of ironstone and cut g lass , a pet show for the children , a teenage booth , a clam bar provided b y Paul Groh and a kitchen booth with casseroles to take home for dinner after a day at the fair. A very new booth will be a doll clothes thrift shop and there will also be a flower cart with many vaiieties of African violets. At the meeting last Thursday ni ght, were Mrs. John Ince , chair- man of the food table; Mrs. Charles Gould , chairman of the preserves table; Mrs . Charles Voll- mer , handiwork booth ; Mrs . A. Lingley, doll clothes thrift shop; Mrs. J. Fuhrman , children ' s and babies ' booth; Mrs. Robert Mag- gio , flower and p lant cart; and SI erry Ince and David Sparrow , teenage booth. The three overall chairmen are Mrs. Vernon Buchanan , Mrs. John Coakley and Mrs. Vernon O' - Rourke. ^ ^ ^^^v w v 9 v w m 9 w v^irirvwrirnr+irwy< \ BELLPORT ASPHALT | i PAVING CORP. J ? Asphalt Paving 2 ? Parking Areas - Driveways 2 ? Trucking J \ Topsoil — Bluestone < * Gravel — Fill — Sand < ? Estimates Cheerfully Given \ I 28 Station Road Bellport * \ Telephone ATlantic 6-0061 J K 1 HALLMARK ft nnrOft Complete Wedding \XT »• S. PRESS A 7=7\ Albums Greeting Cards PRINTING • PHOTO OFFSET • GEN. ENGRAVING 5 Bellport Lane , Bellport , N. Y. — ATlantic 6-0734 ^^IK ... - ¦ - ¦- ¦ - ^BH^^^HB _ m _ ) \ , £-- ) x^P k ^Ammm\wf mmmm\\9m\\ ' J ^ mW f lf ^ H iMf\y *\^b-^ ammmwBf C3QIBL\ m~^ ^ L^fl^HR HI B S^ V ^ W ibnm^ /r -^fl^MQv ^^ Msmk- r ^ L ^Stmu m ummM**^^ ^i ^^/BBd^Am c K ^^^^^B^^^^ ^BT^-t-^V^ ^^HH HSn\/ \ i *^Q L T A^mmmaSSm^mmT^'^ r ^~^ ^Bi ^muJ—mu^W ^—- ' .. 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They weie as follows : August 22 , ii p. m., Mrs. Sheila Hulse , South Country Road , to Brookhaven Memorial Hospital , taken by Albert Geiger and Rob- ert Brown ; August 24 , 11:27 a. m., Salina Morning, New Jersey Ave- nue , to BMH , Robert Hawkins and George Hawkins; August 2!) , 9¦ .15 a. m., Harry Ferrier , North Howell' s Point Road , to Veterans Hospital , North port . George Haw- kins and Robert Lyons , III; Au- gust 30 , 7:55 p. m., Albert Gei ger and William Greenhill reported to the scene of an accident at the Bell port Railroad Station; August 31 , 2:40 p. m.; M rs. M. Gallina , 9!) South Howell' s Point Road , to BMH , William Greenhill and Wil- liam Dolger. September 1 , 2:10 p. m., An- thony DiDonato , ,34 Circuit Road , to the Medical Arts Building, Pat- chogue , and r e t u r n , William Greenhill and Irving Terwilliger; Sep tember 5 , 8:50 p. m., Martha Ellis , Thornhedge Road , to BMH , Irving Terwilliger and Robert Hawkins; Septmber 7 , 9:05 a. m., Charles Axtmann , Maple Street , to BMH , the Rev. Frederick I. Smith and Conrad Heede; Sep- tember 7 , 1 :30 p. m., Mrs. M. Gal- lina from BMH to her home on South Howell' s Point Road , Al- bert Geiger and Robert Lyons , Jr. ; September 7 , 11 p. m., Mrs. Blanche Headley, Station Road , to BMH , Robert Klein and Francis Hermus; September 9 , 11 p. m., a patient from (>2 1 Post Avenue to BMH , George Hawkins and Ed- ward Bishop; Sep tember 10 , fi:37 p. m., Bab y McQuade , 712 Walker Avenue , to BMH , George Hawkins and John Conway. _ )__ J _________ w^_________ ^__ wm I / \ YOU DON'T THIN K X ^ ^ ' iVA SANART . EH ? V*£U/\ WHERE DO YOU SUPPOSE I '/A TAKING THIS PRESCRIPTION? M T ~~ YOU ' RE TAKING IT TO > IU C AC Jj PHARMACY J BECAUSE THAT'S WHERE YOUR MOM SLUT - > ^ _ YOO. r > > Whgn ^' 'W -i» ) ^jf h\ ,1 TUMVlM\ Kk^ Inc '^\%3Lft* < 'Vrf ^ J^^giBlsSSL I UWIS KNIGHT , Ph.0. I j erne* i9oo \ Tel. AT 6-0079 WtffTT>£fe6CRIPTtoH DIClVfRYl j EMERGENCY TBL . AT fe-8588 | BELLPORT , L.I. refyxifosuf/tif e*.. ^9|^)RDER WIEIW0W L > Qgf . Win* mm: \ v . . * UNDERWOOD FUEL CO. READING COAL — HEATING OILS River Ave . & L.I.R.R. Patchogue , N . Y. Tel. GRover 5-3600 Reli g ious Census Set for Sunday By Methodists BELLPORT — Members of the Bell port Methodist Church , under the direction of the commission on membershi p and exanjrolis m , will conduct a reli gious , census Sunday afternoon. The area to be covered in this census is bounded by Bell port Avenue to the east , Dunton Ave- nue to the west , Robinson Boule- vard to the south and the new Sunrise Highway to the north. This census is being taken to hel p the churches in the commun- ity find all the persons for whom the church is responsible. The results of this census will be shar- ed with all of the churches in the community. Each census taker will cairy a letter of identifica- tion. A famil y picnic supper will be held on the church propert y Sun- day , starting at 5 :30 p. m. \ There will be games for all ages . Each family is to bring its own picnic supper , including beverages , des- sert , and its own plates and sil- verware. The primaiy purpose of this picnic is fellowshi p. If it rains the picnic will be held in the church hall. In Central District 4; BELLPORT—Enrollment figures for the five schools of Cen- tral School District 4 were announced this week. They are as follows: 1960-1961 1961-1962 Junior - Senior High School 945 990 Hampton A\enue School . 600 570 Kreamer Street School . . . ... 410 580 Brookhaven School 291 248 East Patchogue School . . 606 571 Enrollment figures cannot be compared since it was neces- sary to shift a large number of childien to various schools in the district so that five seventh grade classes could be housed in the elementary schools , a school district spokesman pointed out. However , incicased enrollment totaled an estimated 107 chil- dren. An increased number of children aie attending St. Joseph' s Parochial School , which district officials were unable to estimate until school opened. I . . List Enrollment Figures CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Bell port , N. Y. Rev. Alan C. Merrill , Rector TODAY 9:30 a. m. — Holy Communion. SUNDAY 8 a. m. — Hol y Communion. 9:30 a. m. — Famil y Eucharist. 11 a. m. — Morning prayer and sermon. The Rev. Alan C. Merrill , preacher. WEDNESDAY (Ember Day) 9 a. m. — Hol y Communion. THURSDAY 9:30 a. in. — Hol y Communion. BROOKHAVEN-SOUTH HAVEN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Beaver Dam Road , Brookhaven Rev. Charles A. Kellogg Pastor TODAY 8 p. m. — Meeting of Women ' s Association , home of Mrs. Harold Euler , Libra)y Lane , Brookhaven. The program is on the authorship of John ' s Gospel , with the minis- ter speaking. SUNDAY 11 a. m. — Worship service. Sermon top ic , \Someone Calling. \ Please note that the Sunday School does not meet until the last Sunday of Sep tember. MONDAY 8 p. m. — Church School Teach- ers ' meeting in the minister ' s home. WEDNESDAY 8:30 p. m. — Vesper worship service , brief sermon. BELLPORT METHODIST CHURCH Bellport , N. Y. Rev. Frederick I. Smith , Pastor THURSDAY 8 p. m. — Official Board meet- ing. FRIDAY 8 p. m. —Coup les ' Club meet- ing. SUNDAY 9:30 a. m. — Sunday School for all ages. Adult class taught by the pastor. Jl a. m. —Church service. Baby- sitting in Aldersgate. 2 p. m. — Religious census. 5:30 p. m. —¦ Famil y p icnic on church grounds. 7:30 p. m. — Senior Youth Fellowship. TUESDAY 8 j). m. — Exp lorer Scout Com- mittee meeting, Chuich office. Sun- day School Teacher ' s meeting, Wesley House. WEDNESDAY 1 p. m. — Mid-Week Prayer Service. Dr. Joseph Harder. The Advance is on sale in Bett- inger ' s Delicatessen , Taylor ' s Del icatessen , Vinny ' s Stationery Luncheonette and Bellhaven Luncheonette in North Bellport. — Adv. N ews of the Churches I960 edition. On sale at Bettin- ger ' s Delicatessen and Bellhaven Luncheonette , Montauk Highway, and Bellport Stationery Store Published by The Advance. Also contains streets in Brookhaven , Yaphank , Medford , East Patch- ogue , Patchogue , Blue Point and Bayport. AH this for only 50c. — Adv. NEW BELLPORT STREET MAPS

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