REYNOLDS APPOINTED TO ADVICE BOARD O N AID
Mayor Rudolph Sickinger of the
Incorporated Village of Massa-pequa
Park appointed Harry Reynolds
of 227 Willow Street, Mas-sapequa
Park to advise the Board
on Federal and State aid for
recreation and beautification.
The Board also adopted an
agreement for one year with die
Town of Oyster Bay for Dog
Plans for Imperial Harbor,
section two were referred to die
Slated For Silver Beaver Awards
Charles Todd of Massapequa
and Connie Dezego of Farming-dale
will be presented with Silver
Beaver Awards by die Nassau
County Council of the Boy Scouts
of America on February 11 at
6 p. m. at die Cloud Casino of
Roosevelt Raceway. The commemorative
event will also honor
die memory of Theodore'
Roosevelt who was the first Scout
Commissioner in 1917.
' A Time For Burning' Slated
For Methodist Church
outh Shore federals
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AND I O A N A S S O C I A T I ON
MASSAPEQUA OFFICE ( Main Office): '. 210 Sunrise Highway • Ll 1 9500
FREEPORT OFFICE: 17 West Merrick Road • FR 8 G200
EAST MEADOW OFFICE: 501 Bellmore Ave. at Merrick Ave. m IV 5 1884
All Offices: Open Daily 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. • Mon. Eve 6 to 8 P. M.
I T F A Y J L J L ? S A V E W H E R E SERVICE COUNTS
A documentary film,' A Time
For Burning^ will be presented
at Community Methodist Church
on Monday, January 30, at 8: 15
The film depicts a congregation
of a ' white' church struggling
with its conscience on race
relations. It also shows, members
of the city's negro ghetto,
whose comments, whether sympathetic
or militant, bring to the
film much of its stark honesty.
The Young Adults and the Commission
on Social Concerns of
Community Methodist Church are
sponsoring the film.
The public is invited to attend.
AAUW Slate Tea
For Prospective Members
The American Association of
University Women, Massapequa
Area Branch, will hold a tea
for prospective members on
Tuesday, January 31, at 8: 30p. m
at the home of Mrs. Frank Zu-lauf,
46 Anchor Drive, Massapequa.
The Massapequa Area Branch
offers members a study- action
program in the fields of education,
science, social andeconomic
issues, status of women,
and the arts. The Association
also supports a Legislative Program,
and a Fellowships Program,
which awards numerous
fellowships to women scholars
for advanced study.
Study group chairmen will describe
plans for the coming
months and a musical program
will be provided by the choral
Women college graduates interested
in the program may call
Mrs. James Willit at LI 1- 5717
for information about membership.
Girl Scout Cookie Sole
The annual Girl Scout cookie
sale will begin on Saturday, January
28 by the Girl Scouts of die
Northeast Massapequa Community,
it was announced by Mrs.
The proceeds of the Nassau
Council sale will remain in Nassau
and part of this will remain
in the troop's treasury. The
monies defray costs of day outings,
camping weekends and trips
on a three year period to Europe.
Last year Senior Troop
2246 from Massapequa visited
London, Amsterdam, Milan, Bologna,
Rome, Florence and Paris.
Rhoda's Magic Kitchen', Hadossah Topic
Massapequa Hadassah will hold
its regular meeting Monday, January
30, at 8: 30 p. m. at the home
of Fran Lazarus, 357 Massapequa
Ave. The program for the evening
will be " Rhoda's Magic Kitchen."
Girl Scouts Held Auditions
Senior Girl Scout Troops 9 and
110 of the Mid- Island Council
will audition musical groups on
Monday night January 30 to play
be held at the Holiday Manor on
Saturday April 15.
Interested groups may call
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Flotilla Has Change
Of Guard Dinner
Flotilla 13- 8, held its Change
of Watch Dinner Dance at Zeig-ies,
with Past Flotilla Commander
Hal Fell of Massapequa installing
George Bugglin as Flotilla Commander;
Bill Harmes, Vice-
Commander, and Len Parkes,
Commander Bugglin presented
the Century Club Plaque to Courtesy
Examination Officer Jack
Inglia. The plaque is awarded
to anyone having completed 100
or more Courtesy Motorboat Examinations.
Seek Single Referendum
The Greater Bar Harbour
Trustees Association passed a
resolution tiiat diey favor a single
proposition on the forthcoming
referendum incorporating both
the development of the 25 acre
park and acquisition and development
of die last remaining 11
acres of waterfront property in
die Village of Massapequa Park.
The Association also went on
record tiiat they favored the village
joining a total Town of Oyster
Bay recreational concept.
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55 Years of Service To Our Community
Our Homelike Environment Is Appreciated
Pohiell Jwneral JHome, inc.
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Farmingdale OBSERVER Thursday, January 26, 1967
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