Sisterhood To Hold Rummage Sale At Center
The Sisterhood of the Farming- a Rummage Sale at the Center Thursday, November 7 from 9
dale Jewish Center will conduct on Sunday, November 3 through a. m. to 3: 30 p. m. daily.
100,000 donated books is the goal of Mrs. Charles Glass of
Farmingdale, left, Chairman of the Book Fair to benefit the Association
for the Help of Retarded Children. Mrs. Glass is busy
sorting with committee members ( 1- r) Mrs. Theodore Meyn,
Mrs. Dominick Colao, Mrs. Frank Simone and Chris Colao, who
is seated Contribution of new and used books, fiction, non-fiction,
are being sought for the opening of the Fair at Roosevelt
Field in the spring of 1969.
Rabbi Leonard Stern ( 1) of Temple Sinai, welcomed Commissioner
Edward Poulos ( r). Commissioner of Conciliation, when he spoke
before the Temple's Adult Education group last Friday. Town
Councilman Frank Hynes ( center) joined in the discussion.
The Oyster Bay Department of
Recreation and Community Activities
will hold a special late
registration on Saturday, November
9 from 10 a. m. to 11 a. m.
for the town's ice- skating school
at the Bethpage Community Park
ice- skating rink.
Ice- skating classes for pre-kindergarten
and adults will begin November
For additional information and
the complete schedule of the ice-skating
classes, those interested
should call the recreation department
at 921- 9875.
Youth Council Plans Trips
Farmingdale Youth Council Director
of Recreation, Tony Tona-chio,
has announced plans for
youngsters to make* educational
trips to New York City on Saturdays.
Trips include a visit to Town
Hall Theater for performances
designed especially for young audiences.
African folk dancing and
music by the group that appeared
at the New York World's Fair -
The Ishangi African Dancers is
also on the agenda. Other trips
during the fall include visits to
the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Also on the schedule for the
fall series of trips is the Museum
of Famous People.
Trip dates will be announced
in the schools.
Burglars Hit Two
Dr. Herbert Orloss, of f Gail
Drive, North Massapequa reported
to police that burglars broke
into his office by forcing a front
door. No known loss was reported.,
Fdith Ginsberg of 100 Conklin
Street, Farmingdale, told police
that her residence was burglarized.
The loss was a ring and
jewelry valued at $ 900.
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