Park Extension Unit
Outlines Monthly Programs
The Massapequa Park Unit of
the Nassau County Extension
Service will hold their monthly
meeting on Thursday, April 6,
at 11: 30 a. m., St. David's Lutheran
The month of April will feature
a dessert exchange and
members are encouraged to bring
a serving of their favorite dessert.
The courses to be offered for
the month include * ' Advance Knitting"
by Mrs. Teddy Sherman.
" The Versatile Egg" by Mrs.
Wm. Grant and Mrs. K. Combes.
" Techniques in Sewing On Bonded
Fabrics" by Mrs. Raymond
Bruno and Mrs. Anthony Manning
" On Stretch Fabrics" by
Mrs. J\ R. Robinson and Mrs.
John Vasta, " On Knitted Fabr
i c s " by Mrs. Albert Spruck and
Mrs. Vincent Onorato, Refinish-ing
and Painting Furniture by
Mrs. K. D. Drummond and Mrs.
Nassau Police Commissioner
Francis B. Looney announced a
Traffic Seminar will be conducted
by county police in conjunction
with the Department of Motor
Vehicles at 10 a. m. on Thursday,
April 13, at police headquarters,
The Commissioner of Motor
Vehicles, Vincent L. Tofany and
Nassau District Director of
Motor Vehicles, Lawrence Epstein,
will be present along with
panelists Joseph Donovan, Associate
Attorney; Samuel Mills,
Director of Systems Planning
and Data Processing, and James
R. Barrett, New York State Motor
Vehicle Director of Driver Safety.
All county police administrative
and command officers will
attend the seminar. Local police
department chiefs and their immediate
assistants have been invited.
The panelists will discuss
changes in the Vehicle and Traffic
Law, data processing innovations,
and cooperation between
the Department of Motor Vehicles
and law enforcement agencies.
This is one of a series of
seminars sponsored by the county
police to improve law enforcement
in the county.
Heaps of hats were modeled and offered for sale
at the " Hat Fashion Show", a fund raising affair
run by the Massapequa Mustangs Mother's Club.
About 100 women attended the coffee and cake affair
at Ziegies Restaurant. Shown modeling and viewing
hats are L to R Dee Reynolds, Marlene Sella,
Mary Luchsinger, Lee Brown and Jean Williams.
( Pokress Photo)
MAKE SURE A " NEXT
TIME" NEVER HAPPENS
There will be a free public
lecture on Christian Science by
Charles M. Carr C. S. B. of New
York City on Monday, April 3,
at 8: 30 p. m. in First Church of
Christ Scientist, Merrick Road
and Biltmore Boulevard, Massapequa.
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Oyster Bay Town Councilman Angelo D. Roncallo, left, listens to
taxpayer Vivian Sharrott, of 77 Roosevelt Avenue, Massapequa, at
a Little Town Hall session held at theMarjorie R. Post Community
Park office last Thursday. Park Manager Kugene Morreale, center,
observes the first of the weekly sessions held at the park's office
every Thursday from 7 to 9 p. m. to permit taxpayers to present
their problems without the inconvenience of going to Town Hall
during the daytime. Other councilmen hold similar sessions in
other Town communities.
Ready Contest For Fishermen
The Eighth Annual Jones
Beach, Captree, and Robert Moses
State Parks Fishing Contest
will open on April 1. Contest rules
and entry forms will be available
on April 1 at the official weigh-in
stations at Jones Beach, Cap-tree,
and Oak Beach. Monthly a-wards
will be presented.
Entries must be caught between
Jones Inletand the easterly limits
of Robert Moses State Park or
from boats berthed at Captree
and Jones Beach State Parks.
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Everyone is seeking a better basis for getting along with
others. Hear this public lecture that will explain how an
understanding of God's love will establish harmonious
relationships in your life. " Christian Science and Human
Relationships." by CHARLES M. CARR. C. S. B.. a member
of the Board of Lectureship of The First Church of Christ.
Scientist, in Boston. Massachusetts.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES
4550 Merrick Ro. nl * Massapequa, N . Y .
SUNDAY SERVICE 9: 30 A. M. & 11: 15 A. M.
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9: 30 A. M. & 11: 15 A. M.
NURSERY 9: 30 A. M. & 11: 15 A. M.
WEDNESDAY EVENING MEETING which includes Testimonies
of Christian Science Healing 8: 15 P. M.
READING ROOM: 4550 Merrick Road, cor. Biltmore Blvd.
Open daily Monday through Saturday . . . 10: 00 A. M. • 4: 30 P. M.
Wednesday evenings 7- 8 P. M.
Monday and Thursday evenings 7: 30 P. M. to 9: 30 P. M.
You are invited to attend the Church Services and enjoy the
privileges of the Reading Room.
ADMISSION FREE • EVERYONE WELCOME
I We wish to thank all the many
friends who have said prayers
during the illness of " Mr. Vel."
Of New Farmingdale Bakery.
We will Continue to serve you
to the best of our ability.
NEW FARMINGDALE BAKERY
ALL BAKING DONE ON PREMISES
QUALITY & COURTESY OUR MOTTO
SPECIALIZING IN CAKES FOR ALL OCCASIONS
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