Brian Joseph Cantwell, 15
Hollywood Avenue; and John Alan
Duffy, 221 Broadway, both of
Massapequa, received degrees
at graduation exercises held at
University of Notre Dame.
Donald W. Hall, of 160 Fall-wood
Parkway and Jeffrey David
Lewis of 36 Harrison Place,
both of Farmingdale, have made
the honor roll at East Carolina
University, Greenville, North
Carolina University, Greenville,
County Executive Eugene H.
v kerson announced that the
finals of the annual " Battle of
the Bands," will be held Saturday
evening, August 3, at the
Lakeside Theatre in Salisbury
Park. Ray Heatherton will be
master of ceremonies.
The winners of preliminary
contests in the Towns of Hempstead,
North Hempstead and Oyster
Bay will compete for the
title of Nassau County Champs.
Ten finalists will meet on Saturday
afternoon from which five
bands will be chosen to compete
in the finals that evening.
All participants in the Nassau
County finals will receive patches.
The first and second place
winners will receive band jackets,
the tape recorders will go to the
first place winners.
The program will begin at 8: 30
p. m. and in the event of rain,
will be held the following evening,
Lucy Cassara of 319BayDriva
Massapequa passed away last
Thursday. She is survived by her
daughter, Gloria Peppermaru
A Rosary Service was recited
at the Powell and Lieblang Funeral
Home, Amityville on Sunday.
A Requiem Mass was said at
St. Rose of Lima R. C. Church
Barbara Moloney Engaged
To Cadet James E. Lewis
Sammy Friedlander, shows his shell collection to Mrs. Shirley
Ada, Children's Librarian at South Farmingdale Branch Library.
The collection is the featured Summer Exhibit in connection with
the Summer Reading Club " Paddle Your Way To Pleasure Island."
Reading Club book reports are given by the children to the librarians
every week day from 10: 00 a. m. to 4: 00 p. m. In the first
two weeks of the Club, children have reported on 1,731 books. Another
feature of our Summer Program is the out- door story hour.
The Story teller will be held in two neighborhoods. Every Monday,
July 15 to August 19, at 1: 30 p. m. at Madison and Lincoln Streets
and every Tuesday, July 16 to August 20, at 11 K) 0 a j n . at Michel
Drive and Park Circle.
Mr. and Mrs. James J. Maloney
of 168 Brendan Ave., Massapequa
Park, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Barbara Mary,
to Cadet James E. Lewis, Pine
City, New York.
Barbara, a graduate of Seton
Hall, Patchogue, is a Senior at
Pittsburgh State College, where
she is studying toward a Bachelor
of Science Degree in Nursing.
Her fiance, Cadet Lewis, is attending
the United States Air
Force Academy, Colorado
M. P. Village Notes
( Continued from Page 3)
The Building Inspector asked
that a motion be entertained to
grant permission for the erection
of a floating dock so that house-owners
with boats would have
less trouble in the canals at low
tide. The dock is not to exceed
six feet in length and must have
running lights, the same as boats.
No decision was made, pending
The Board passed a resolution
in memory of the late Trustee
Morris Kolker and to have it
laminated on a plaque and presented
to Mrs. Kolker. The Board
also passed a resolution to name
a room in Village Hall after the
WEDN ESDAY , August 7th
AFTERNOON- 2p. m.
EVENING - 8 p. m.
Sunrise Hwy. adjacent to
MAYS DEPT. STORE
AUSPICES LIONS CLUB
NEW COLLEGE EXECUTIVE:- Dr. Charles W. Laffin, Jr., second
from left, congratulates Noel Palmer, upon being appointed as
Assistant to the President for Special Programs at State University
Agricultural and Technical College, Farmingdale. Looking
on are Frank Cipriani,( third from left), Assistant to the President
for Administration and Frank Elkins,( right), Assistant to the
President for Public Information.
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Docking Facilities, Outdoor Dining
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ITALIAN- AMERICAN CUISINE
Served from 5 to 9 p. m. - Sundays from I to 9 p. m.
— Open 7 Days a Week —
A La Carte to 7: 30 a. m.
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COCKTAILS SPECIALLY PRICED FOR LUNCH
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Farmingdale OBSERVER, Thursday, August 1, 1968
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