Form Frank Tartiglia
The World of Fashion', Presented by the St. J awes Rosary Society
Formation of a Frank Tartiglia
Assistance Fund was announced
this week with Sherman Pirotin
chairman and Mayor Andrew A.
Senese as honorary chairman.
The fund will help the family
of seven year old Frank Tartiglia
who was badly beaten last
week by a 15 year old juvenile,
whose name is being withheld
by police due to Ms age. Seventh
precinct police stated that
Tartiglia was struck^ about the
head and body with clenched fists
and feet when he was attacked on
the front lawn of his residence.
Judi Geiger of the new Westerner
Restaurant on the corner of Main
and ConklinStreets, Farmingdale
says, " The second cup of coffee
is on me". This is Westerner's
slogan according to " Tommy"
the proprietor. Tommy is quite a
promoter having held a weekly
radio show at his discoteque in
Uniondale. He is going to give
Farmingdale six hours of radio
time on station WGLI on Monday,
May 1. He invites all merchants,
and public officials to comedown
to his restaurant from 10 a. m. to
4 p. m. to be interviewed. The
Farmingdale Observer is the coordinator.
Ask Mrs. Caroline
Klesh for details or call MY 4-
A Place to Grow
For children up to
20 years of age
9: 30 AM, 11: 15 Sunday Morning
First Church of
Merrick Rd. & Biltmore Blvd.
He was reported on the danger
list and in fair condition at
He attends Carman Road School
where he is considered a fine
The father of the boy is said
to have been out of work for some
Residents may send contributions
to the Frank Tartiglia Assistance
Fund, care of Sherman
Pirotin 375 Second Ave., Massapequa
An account is to be established
at the Security National *& f
Bank office on Park Boulevard.
Two Throw Hat
in # 23 Ring
Two new candidates candidates
entered the District 23 school
board race this week to bring the
total to six for the three seats
to be voted on by taxpayers on
May 3. \
Eugene J. McMahon, of 8
Hampton Boulevard, Massapequa,
this week joined candidates
David Oser and Harold
Nelson as candidates for the
unexpired term of Lawrence
Neusse. - *
Charles T. Saladino of 221
Massachusetts Avenue, Massapequa,
entered the race to
' oppose Thaddeus A. Furman for
the post now held by John D.
Woodward, who is not seeking
School Board President J.
Lewis Ames is running unopposed
as is Library Board president
Philip E. Robinson.
INSTALL THE BEST
nations were represented in the unique fashion
sponsored by the St. James Rosary Society
and presented at their annual dinner held Thursday
night at the Holiday Manor. The Fashion Show
was presented by Trans World Airlines with Mary
Gordon as Coordinator and by Bee Line Fashions
with OianneCalvagna, Coordinator. Coiffures were
all created by Coiffures by Chris. The chairlady of
the event was Joyce Flanders and the co- chairiady
was Helen Karpowicz.
Fashions were presented by models representing the
various countries as follows: Ireland, Ethel Walsh;
British Isles, Hefen Neelan: Germany, Christine
Daly; Switzerland, Eileen Harnet; Portugal, Marge
Hammer; Spain, Ginny Hulka; Italy, Rosemary
Dooley; Greece, Lee Bologna: Israel, Eleanor Mc-
Hugh; Ethopia, Fran Elmes; Egypt, Maureen Javett;
Saudi Arabia, Ann Melia; India, Bea Petrucci;
Thailand, Marie Miller; Ceylon, Kay Ziemblicki;
Phillipines, Marilyn Colleran; and France, Marion
Reading from I. to r. Mrs. Robert Blandes, Mrs.
Walter Karpowicz and Mary Gordon, of TWA in the
first photograph. Ticket chairman was Vera Weil -
minster; Sweepstakes, Ginny Hulka; Menu Covers,
Edith Ewald; Chance Books, / Vuriel Kelleher; Table
Favors, Lorraine Rice and Flowers, Marcy Reynolds.
The hostesses were headed by Dolores Monaco. They
include Edith Ewald, Eileen Callan, Marge McMee-kin,
Evelyn Marino, Fran Diaco, Laura Birtner,
Virginia McGiffert, Elaine Perry, Marie DiDonato,
Loretta Depree, Elaine Castellano, JoAnn Pietsch,
Janet Kane, Lorraine Hutton, Gertrude McGovern,
Dolores Weinman, MaeMarciano, Catherine Gannon,
Wanda Schmidt, CatherineFrobe, LynnBerge,
The year of the wildlife loan.
Chemical New York now has wildlife loans. And we give them " On- the- Spot. 15 9
If you have a steady job and income, you can get a check in minutes. At low
bank rates. Use it to buy a new Cougar, Impala, Marlin, Barracuda, Mustang. Any
new car you want. Whatever the make or model.
Stop in soon. Ask about " On- the- Spot" wildlife loans at any of the more than
135 offices of Chemical New York, the bank that works hardest for you.
New York 88 $ *
Chemical Bank New York Trust Company
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