LOOK! 55 Different United States Stamps Including: Airmails , Conimemorativcs, Coils , President! als , Revenues , 19th Century, etc. - ALL FOR ONL'Y 25c DANNY STAMP CO. BOX CS MEDFORD , N. V. ICB RFFR IN CO LD-i***^ ¦¦¦•--- i* KEGS £>9 ftjrf| Plus Deposit and 15c Tax ty sv.lPYr Tys ilivcted to your Home In Va ICegs - Equal to 50 10-oz. Glasses DE ROSE ' S ci;;-:: HORSE BLOCK RD., FARM5NGVILLE TEL. S33LDEN 1829W2 Deceased Volunteer Firemen Eulogized At Memorial Servic e The work of volunteer firemen , and their sacrifice of tim e and effort in the performance of their duties , was praised by the Rev. Charles Frede- rick s , chap lain of the Suffolk County Volunteer Firemen ' s association , at the association ' s fourth annual me- morial service held Sunday evening in the Emanuel Lutheran church , Pat- chogue. Nearl y 200 firemen and members of their families from all parts of the county attended the service , which included a prayer by the Rev. Carl G. Gernannt , pastor of the Emanuel church , as part . of the eulogy to the county ' s volunteer firemen , active or exempt , who had died dur- ing the past year. The names of these departed mem- bers were read off during the ser- vices, They included John Ginocehio , George H. Furnian , Clarence W. R TI - land. Gus Petershon , all of Patchogue; John Springhorn of Blue Point; John Burlchardt , Charles Breclcenbridge, Isaac Smith and Walter Mens , all of Bayport ; Henry W. P. Alstadt , Law- rence Sprague , Evert J. Glysteen , Herbert L. Terry, Joseph Van Beke , all of the Center Moriches unit , arid Edward Berry, Cornelius Beebe and Joseph B. Weeks , all of Sayville. Town ' s Taxpaying Record Has Spurt; Deadline May 31 The collection of Brookhaven town taxes for the current year took a sligh t spurt during the past two weeks , as compare-d with the collec- tions for the same period in 1940 , according to early returns of the second half-payment taxes comp iled by Tax Receiver Quintin A. Lerch at Port Jefferson. Mr. Lerch reported that up to last Friday, May 16 , a total of $1 , 317 , 595 , or 66.81 per cent of the 1940-1 tax warrant , which runs to a total of $1971 , , 952 , had been collected , where- as the collections up to May 16 , 1940 , totalled $1 , 358 , 562 , or 64.82 per cenj i of the $2 , 111. -948 warrant for 1939-40. The balance of uncollected taxes as of last Friday was §654 , 356 , as against an uncollected balance of $753 , 385 , as of May 16 , 1940 , Mr. Lerch said. ^Brookhaven town property own er s are again reminded that they may settle the second-half bills until May 31 without penalty or interest. After May 31 , all bills must be paid to the county treasurer in Riverhead , the penalty for the delay payment in the month of June being five per cent with an extra interest charge of five per cent , making a total of ten per cent for that month. All payments sent in June to the county treasurer should include the ten per cent penalty for that month , Mr. Lerch explained. In New York state , plans for the production of late crops of cabbage , cauliflower and celery are usuall y grown in outdoor seedbeds or plant beds. Graduates to Present Free Concert Sunday With Guest Fianiste The Graduate orchestra and Glee club , popular producers of music \for the love of it , \ are preparing for another free public event next Sunday afternoon in the Patchogue High school auditorium at 4 o ' clock , with two soloists. There will also be an exhibition of art and shop work done by high school students. Featured in the concert will be a guest pel-former , Mrs, M. Horn- beck of Hampton ' Bays , a pianiste of international experience and high artistic reputation. Also Robert Gneuhs , a member of the Graduate orchestra , formerly with the Roches- ter symphony, will play a violin solo. The concert will take about one hour. The auditorium will be open previously, and afterward , for exam- ination of the exhibits , which will include fine arts work done in the classes of Mrs . Dorothy Menendez , shop projects and mechanical draw- ing under direction of Stuart Allen and industrial art work of Winslow V. Ecker ' s and Duane Hart' s classes. •FarisMii gvIlIe Mrs. Olive Munby busily gathers items of interest • to Farmingville residents each week. Contact her whenever you have any news. Selden 1518-J2 A fire at 12 o ' clock noon , Saturday , started by sparks from a near-by brush fire , burned over about two acres of wooded property on the west end of the block between Oakcrest and _ Ocean View avenues in the hill section , before being extinguished by the local fire department , assisted by Holtsville and a Conservation truck. Again at 5:40 Sunday afternoon , the department was called to assist sev- eral other departments in the control of a fire at Portion and Cenaele roads. Pvt. Ralph Dentel of Fort Dix , N. J., is spending a ten-day furlough at the home of his parents , Mr. and Mrs . Paul Dentel of Hickory Hill farm on Portion road. Mrs. Charles Nolan of St. Albans is at her cottage this week , supervis- ing alterations and improvements to her three bungalows in Farmingville Gardens. Mr. and Mrs. James Wetsell enter- tained at a pre-birthday supper Sun- day evening at their home on Horse Block road , in honor of Mrs. Wetsell' s birthday this Thursday. Guests in- cluded their son and daughter-in-law , Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wetsell and sons , and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney D avies of Centereach. Mr. and Mrs. P. Medo and daugh- ter Phyllis of Jamaica and Sam and William Frankfeldt of Westchester were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. M. Miller of Woody Crest drive. Mr. and Mrs. James DeRose of Horse Block road entertained over the week-ejid Mr. and Mrs. Renold Maler- ba of Brooklyn . Guests Sunday of John Bates of Horse Block road included his broth- er-in-law , William Overton of St. James , Mr. and Mrs. Fred Overton and Edward and Woo dhull Overton of Patchogue. Danny Bon ono , an employee at Al' s stand on Woody Crest , drive during the summer , is an ardent stamp fan and has at the summer home of his parents , Mr. and Mrs. M. Bonono of Pineaire avenue , a fine collection which he is always glad to exhibit to other enthusiasts of this popular hob- by. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Noble , Mr. and Mrs. Jam es Ferlise , Mrs. Peter Gibaldi and son Angelo and daughter Helen , are visiting for several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Gibaldi of Woody Cre st drive. E. -Riopel , who is employed in Bridgeport , Conn., spent the week-end at his home on Fairmont avenue. Frederick Stevener of Jersey City, N. J., spent the week-end at the home of his grandmother , Mrs. Lena Bahn- mullcr of Horse Block road. «). . Starring Jimmy Foy, \Million Dol- lar Baby \ will be the feature picture at the fireball this Friday evening. The program wili also include short and comedy subjects. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Sipos of Por- tion road are entertaining for several days this week Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Litschauer fo Brooklyn. ¦ ' \ ' ¦ Mr. and Mrs. J. Frankfeldt of Westchester are spending this week at their bungalow on Woody Crest drive. Mr. and Mrs, Morris Rosen and son Robert of Brooklyn were week- end guests of Mrs. Rosen ' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. John Auditore of Horse Block road. Will iam Clark and daughter, Miss Gertrude Clark , of Horse Block road entertained Sunday Mr. Clark' s broth- er-in-law , William Overton of St. James and Capt. and Mrs. E. H. Brown of Patchogue. Ruth Wentisch , Jane Fogarty and Millard Terry accompanied the Kev. D. * Paul Herriot , minister of the Farmingville Congregational church , Sunday afternoon to the Young People ' s conference of Suffolk County Congregati onal churches , held at the Congregational church of Orion t Point. A meeting; of tho Ladies ' Aid -so- ciety of the Congregational church will be held tomorrow evening at the home of Mrs. Leslie Hough , ' Middle . Country roa-d* . Selden. ' Ono -dollar and fifty cents is nil it oosts for ft Hwbscrii>tion to* The Mid- Island Moil, LAWRENCE W. BEHAN MOTOR MART 80-84 Went Maim St TdL 1000 Patchogu e , N, Y.