Village Stops Occupancy OK
Until Better Roads Installed
The Board of Trustees of The
Incorporated Village of Massa-pequa
Park decided not to issue
any more certificates of occupancy
to the homes in Baywood
Homes until better temporary
roads are installed. Trustee
Jerry King said that the area is
a health hazard." Red dust flies
and calcium choloride is no
answer. With a rain there would
be suts and puddles and the same
thing would happen as in other
areas without roads, the residents
would be denied services
since delivery trucks refuse to
go down in such roads as do school
buses, he said.
Burglaries Reported By Police
Donald Pitcher, of 76 Grand
Ave., Massapequa, reports the
burglary of his place of business.
Entry was gained through a rear
A Stewart Nolan, of
150 Cove Street, Massapequa, reports
the burglary of his home.
Currency and jewelry were taken.
Homer Mooney, of 243 N. Pine,
Massapequa, reported the loss of
currency from his home. Entry
was made through a side window.
The Pizza Oven, at906Carman
Road at the InterCountyShopping
Center was burglarized. Currency
was found to be missing.
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Linda Joan Nelson, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John H„ Nelson
of 4 Seneca St. West, became
engaged recently to JohnE. Kuit-waard
of Pella, Iowa.
The prospective bride, a 1965
graduate of Berner High School,
will enter her senior year at
Central College, Pella, Iowa.
Her fiance, a June graduate
of Central College will enter the
Army in September.
Named To Dean's List
Named to the Dean's list for
maintaining high academic standards
during the previous semester
at Pembroke College was
Patricia A. Michel, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Michel of
14 Iroquois Place in Massapequa
and a graduate of Berner High
School. Miss Michel is a sophomore
and a candidate for the
Bachelor of Science degree in
Pequa Pair At
Linda Marie Perla, a grad-jate
of the Academy of Saint Joseph,
and the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Anthony Perla, 71 Overlea
East, Massapequa and Neal
Thomas Swearingen, a graduate
of Massapequa High School, and
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
James Swearingen, 42 Harmony
Dr., Massapequa Park, are
freshmen at LeMoyne College,
Syracuse, New York.
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Matthew W. Fry of Massapequa
Park was promoted to
assistant secretary and manager
of Long Island Trust Company's
South Farmingdale office.
Fry joined the bank in
1963 and upon completion of a
management training program,
was elected an assistant manager
Farmingdale Public Library
Trustee Warren Altmann went
on record this week that he had
not voted with Trustee Carl E.
Gorton on all resolutions last
Tuesday at the Farmingdale Public
Library. He said that he had
not voted in favor of hiring librarian
Edward Horton to lead the
library discussion groups.
He also pointed out that the
motion had failed on appointing
a part time librarian as a community
Altmann also wished to make it
clear that he had voted in favor
of giving Library Director Dow
the reimbursement for his expenses
when he returned from
vacation for a library board
George Cwlk of A Tempo
Lounge on Park Blvd., Massapequa
Park, ttiis week stated tiu. it
contrary to rumors, the policy of
the new management will be to
conduct a supper club and a catering
establishmenti Cwik stated
that lie will cater to the over 21
age bracket and that men will be
required to wear Jackets on weekends.
Susan Mayer Bride
Of Allen Lee Sessoms
Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Mayer of
131 Chester Ave., Massapequa
Park, announced the marriage of
their daughter, Susan Beatrice
last Saturday to Allen Lee Sessoms,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Sessoms of the Bronx and
The bride is a 1966 graduate
of Berner High School and attended
the Boston Conservatory,
where she was a dance major.
The groom is a graduate of Union
College, where he excelled in
sports and graduated with honors.
Allen worked as a researcher
in the High Energy Physics
Group of the Accelerator Department
at Brook haven National
Laboratory this summer. He will
be attending the University of
Washington, as a Teaching Fellow,
while working for his Ph. D.
in Nuclear Physics, this fall.
The young couple will reside
on the University campus in Seattle,
TRANSFERS TO STATE COFFERS - Because of the Real Estate
Transfer Tax passed by the last legislature and effective August
1, 1968, the tax imposed upon each deed transferring real property
goes to the State instead of the federal treasury ( prior to 1967)
and is collected at the County Clerk's office. Nassau County
Clerk Harold W. McConnell writes a check for $ 53,415 for August,
the first month the new law was in operation. Looking on is
County Comptroller Angelo D. Roncallo.
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