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SERVING GREATER FARMINGDALE, BETHPAGE & MELVILLE
Vol. 3 No. 46 Second Class Postage has been paid at Farmingdale, N. Y. 11735 Thursday, July 7, 1966
SCHOOL BD REORGANIZES
Reorganizational meetings were held on Tuesday evening in School Board Meetings on page 7 ).
school districts 18, 22 and 23 with the three incumbent school ^ M a s s apequa J. Lewis Ames was reelected Board Presi-board
residents all elected to office. dent; w i t h L a w r e n c e Neusse edging John Woodward for the Vice
In Farmingdale Mrs. Lucile Goulding was reelected Presi- Presidency,
dent for her second term and Trustee Bernard Lang was In Piainedge, Robert Mackreth was reelected District 18
elected Vice President over Vincent Simone. ( See more de- School Board head with new Board member James Ackley
tailed information in column entitled, " What Happened at the elected Vice President.
3300 Register In Youth Program
W. Farmingdale Reads Nsar Completion
Town of Oyster Bay Council- g° i nS a h e a d a n d i s scheduled for $ 33,600.
man Frank J. Hynes announced ^^ l ™ ?" Z^ nJ^ L^ ^^ w^^ KT?? v^" in ar<* s wnerc a comuinau
that the resurfacing of West The ^ ork is being done by man, T. Wolf said that die Town b a s e a n d s u r f a c e ; s needed.
Chestnut Street and adjacent George B. Clarke & Sons, Inc. of will reconstruct the roadway with The new surface will be ai
areas in West Farmingdale is Westbury at a b i d p r i c e of soil cement, a mixture of the - - - . - - . - « *
present surface and with cement 0 a ^ Street, Cedar Street, Spencer
added, which / a s proven effective S t r e e t a s w e l 1 a s Chestnut Street,
in areas where a combination of according to Councilman Hynes-se
and surface : s needed. Residents in the area had pe-
The new surface will be applied titioned the Town Board in April
on Beach Street, Walnut Street, a b o u t « • condition of the roads.
Reviewing the Annual Farmingdale Fire Department
Fourth of July Parade ( reading from
1 to r) Deputy Chief William Sisco, Chief Robert
Baldwin and Assemblyman Martin Ginsberg. Assemblyman
Ginsberg acted as one of the judges
of the many participating units. ( Jackson Pokresi I'lmto)
Pope Paul VI greets Nassau Police Commissioner Francis B. Looney of
Quaker Meeting House Road, Farmingdale in a private audience recently.
During a 19 day visit to Europe, Commissioner Looney visited police in
London, Paris, Bonn and Rome to study police methods. The Commissioner
reported that during his papal audience, the Pope enthusiastically discussed
his visit to the United States last year*
Marcus Appointed To School Adminstrative Post
See School Board Report Page 7