Ginsberg Reviews Main Issues
Of Constituents During Last Session
A study of the letters received
by Assemblyman Martin Ginsberg
during the recently completed
legislative session showed
five issues of overriding interest
to his constituents. Heading the
list of subjects were more state
aid to education, abortion liberalization,
firearms control, humane
slaughter and water flouri-dation.
" The greatest interest by far,"
he said, " was shown in the bill
to liberalize the abortion law
with some 65 per cent of my
constituents opposing liberalization
and the remaining 35 per
cent urging greater latitude. I
had more mail on this issue
than any other and this is an issue
which will be up for action
again at the next session of the
The next greatest amount of
mail received by the Assemblyman
concerned additional state
aid for education with 100 per
cent of the writers seeking more
aid. There was no letter in opposition
to more aid during the
His mail concerning bills to
impose stricter control over the
sale of firearms, the Assemblyman
noted, showed 98 per cent
in opposition to any controls and
two per cent seeking some sort
of control. Ginsberg's mail concerning
so- called " Humane
slaughter" of food animals, bills
to which he led the opposition and
which were killed in committee,
showed 80 per cent opposing imposition
of such legislation and
some 20 per cent in favor.
Henry J. Reilly
Henry J. Reilly of 10 Walnut
away last Saturday. He is survived
by his wife, Mary and
children Henry, Jeanne, Thomas,
James and Joseph.
The deceased was a member
of St. Kilian Holy Name Society,
Nocturnal Adoration Society, and
Pearl Harbour Survivors Association.
A Requiem Mass was offered
on Wednesday, at St. Kilian's
Roman Catholic Church at 9: 30
a. m. Interment was at the Long
Island National Cemetery. The
Funeral was under the direction
of Arthur F. White Funeral Home.
NOTICE IS HEKEBY GIVEN
THAT THE STATE COMPTROLLER
HAS CAUSED AN EXAMINATION
TO BE MADE OF THE
ACCOUNTS AND FISCAL AFFAIRS
TOWN OF BABYLON
FOR THE PERIOD BEGINNING
ON JANUARY 1, 1963 AND ENDING
ON DECEMBER 31, 1964.
THE REPORT OF SUCH EXAMINATION
HAS BEEN FILED IN
MY OFFICE WHERE IT IS A
PUBLIC RECORD, AVAILABLE
FOR INSPECTION BY ALL INTERESTED
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His mail showed 60 per cent of
those writing to him, opposing
additional fluoridation of water
and 40 per cent favoring more
" Most of the letters that I
received," said Ginsberg, " wore
calm, well considered, thoughtful
and most informa tive with the
writers urging me to carefully
consider all aspects before voting.
Some of the letters that I
received, especially concerning
' humane slaughter' which wy. s
backed by the Friends of Animals,
Inc., a group I called ' little
old ladies in white tennis
shoes,' were so hot I'm surprised
they didn't burn the mail
boxes they were sentfrom. Their
letters were most educational."
Ginsberg noted that he would
make his position known on all
the issues, except humane
slaughter which he has always
opposed, when they come to the
floor for a vote at the next session
in January, 1968.
" 10 years,
6 children and
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that application has been made to the
Town Clerk of the Town of Oyster Bay by the following person for
permission to operate tow car or tow cars upon the public highways
of the Town of Oyster Bay:
3776 Merrick Rd.,
Seaford, N. Y.
Robert Tasso, 90- 17 143rd St.,
d/ b/ a/
Five Star Towing Jamaica, N. Y.
Written arguments setting forth reasons why the Town Clerk should
or should not find that public convenience and necessity requires the
licensing of said vehicle or vehicles as a tow car may be filed with
the Town Clerk of the Town of Oyster Bay at his office at the Town
Hall, Audrey Avenue, Oyster Bay, New York, on or before the 24th
day of April, 1967.
William B. O'Keefe
Dated: Oyster Bay, New York
April 10, 1967
# 125 Observer It April 13, 1967
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auto loans at First National City?
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Page 16 Farmingdale OBSERVER Thursday, April 13, 1967
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