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The widely- heralded produc- wai will have its premiere at the
tion of James A. Michener's Ha- Syosset Theatre on Wednesday,
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February 1st at 8: 30 p. m.
Starring Julie Andrews, Max
Von Sydow and Richard Harris,
the presentation of the famed
best selling story has been hailed
as the most important motion
pictures event of the year.
Cast as Jerusha Hale, who
leaves her native New England
with her missionary husband to
make a new home in the islands,
lovely Julie Andrews has the most
dramatic role of her meteoric
career in the action- filled blockbuster.
Patrick J. Clifford, President
of Security National Bank of Long
Island, announced that the bank
has attained the position of being
the nation's 100th largest bank,
out of 14,000 based on deposits.
A year ago Security was listed
as the nation's 124th largest
bank. Accounting for the bank's
jump into the " top 100" was a
$ 110 million increase in deposits
registered in twelve months.
Roosevelt Savings Elects Officiers
The Board of Trustees of the
Roosevelt Savings Bank with a
branch office in Massapequa
Park, announced the election of
Frederick H. Schneider as President.
Other officer promotions
were: Robert J. Berkin to Vice
President and Cashier; John F.
McCarthy to Assistant Vice
President; Thomas E. Catter-son
to Assistant Vice President;
Arthur T. Loehrer to Assistant
Vice President; Harold V. Sturm
to Assistant Vice President; Paul
S. McComsey to Assistant Vice
President; Clarence A. White to
Auditor and Robert E. Cordts
to Manager, Life Insurance Department.
in opera Cast Awarded Certificates Of Merit
A number of Massapequanswill
be in the cast of the Adelphi
University Opera Workshop presentation
of Gilbert and Sullivan's
" The Gondoliers".
Marco will be played by Michael
Livorno of 66 Cedar Street,
Massapequa on February 2 and
4; Jeanette Carbone of 66 Roosevelt
Boulevard, Massapequa will
play the Duchess on February
2,3, and 4 and Patricia Green-halgh
of 51 Arlyn Drive East,
Massapequa will perform the
same part on February 5. The
part of Inez will be performed
by Patricia Greenhalgh on February
2,3,4 and by Heatte Carone
on February 5. The part of
Casilda will be performed on
February ' 3' and 5 by Frances
Nesselroth of 107 Ernest Street,
The part of Luiz will be performed
by Frank Carecchia of
18 West Drive, North Massapequa.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Please take notice that the Board
of Education of U. F. S. D. # 18,
Plainedge Public Schools, Beth-page,
Town of Oyster Bay, Nassau
Counly, New York, hereby invites
the submission of sealed
bids for the following items:
Reconstruction and Repair of
Two Baseball Fields
Specifications and instructions'
to bidders may be obtained at
the office of Mr. G. Bretton, Assistant
Superintendent of Schools,
located at the Board of Education
Building, Hicksville Road,
South of Hempstead Turnpike,
Bethpage, New York. Sealed
bids will be received at this office
not later than 11: 00 a. m.
Feb. 2, 1967 at which time they
shall be opened and read publicly.
The Board of Education
reserves the right to waive any
informalities or to reject any or
all bids or to accept that bid or
any single item from any bid
which in its judgment is for the
' best interest of the School District.
All bids shall be firm and acceptable
for 45 days after the
formal opening thereof; no
bids shall be withdrawn pending'
the decision of the Board.
Plainedge Public Schools
Bethpage, New York
By order of the
Board of Education
U. F. S. D. # 18
Town of Oyster Bay
Nassau County, New York
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