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Vol. 5 No. 34 Second Class Postage has been paid at Farmingdale, N„ Y. 11735 Thursday, April 11, 1968
SPECIAL SERVICES SET
FOR EASTER. PASSOVER
Special services have been scheduled by local churches on
Sunday marking the observance of Easter.
St. Kilian's Roman Catholic Church has scheduled Masses for
6: 30; 8: 15; 9: 45; 11: 15 and 12: 40 in the church and in the school
hall at 6: 30; 8: 15; 9: 45; a Solemn High Mass at 11 and a service
at 12: 40 p. m. Services at the church crypt will be held at 8: 15;
9: 45 and 11: 15 a. m.
St Thomas Episcopal church will hold a Low Mass at 6 and
7: 30 a. m.; Solemn Masses at 9 and 10: 45 a. m. ana i i^ v* Mass
at 12: 30 p. m.
The Farmingdale Methodist Church will conduct services at
8 a. m.; 9: 30 a. m.; and 11 a. m.
St. Luke's Lutheran Church will hold Easter morning services
at 8 a. m.; 9: 30 a. m. and 11 a. m.
Farmingdale Baptist Church will hold a Sunday School service
at 9: 45 a. m. to be followed by morning worship at l l : u u a. m.
The Presbyterian Church of Massapequa Sunday's schedule
calls for services at 8 a. m.; 9: 30 and 11 a. m.
The First Church of Christ Scientist, Massapequa will hold
services at 9: 30 and 11: 15 a. m.
Out Lady of Lourdes R. C. Church in Massapequa Park will
usher in Easter with Midnight, 7: 00 a. m.; 8: 00, 9: 00, 10, 11, 1
and 5 p. m. Masses.
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Diocese of the Reman Catholic Church will sponsor a 5 a. m. E-cumenical
Easter Dawn service at Salisbury Park, East Meadow.
The Farmingdale Jewish Center will usher in Passover on
Friday evening at sunset with an evening service scheduled for
6 p. m., followed by a 9: 30a. m. and6 p. m. Saturday services. A
9: 30 a. m. services will also be held on Sunday. The Holy Days
known as Pesach will end on Saturday, April 20 after the 7: 15
p. m. service.
Youth Board Appoints
Ronald Feldman To Staff
Jerry Marcus, Executive Director
of the Farmingdale Youth
Board, announced the appointment
of Ronald Feldman as a
part- time staff member, whose
primary job will be to make a
survey to ascertain what youth
needs exist. The report will
serve as a preliminary step to
the possible development of a
Youth Center in Farmingdale.
A graduate of the University of
Toledo, Feldman has been a
social worker with the juvenile
court of Toledo, Ohio, and he
has worked with the Lucas County
Family Court. He was also
employed by the South Oaks Psychiatric
Hospital as a psychiatric
counselor, and is currently
a teacher and coach in the Hicks-ville
i* ublic Schools.
The Youth Board is also planning
programs related to Narcotics,
Drug Abuse, Alcohol and
The Youth Board is financed
through \ outh Council Funds-
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Former Student, Teacher, Peace
Corpsman, To Address PTA
Jack door, ( center) received congratulations from Youth Council « « " » * » »
Frank Gelish ( r) and Kred Hackett ( 1) at a testimonial d. nner held las
Thursday for Goor who completed ten years of leadership in Youth Council
activities. | | I'll Mi
The Woodward Parkway PTA
will feature Richard B. Holz-man,
a former member of the
Peace Corps, as the speaker
at the Wednesday, April 24, meeting
at 8: 15 p. m.
Holiman, a graduate of Farmingdale,
High School, and later
j Social Studies teacher in the
school district, served as a volunteer
in the Philippines from
1961 to 1963.
A film " Mission of Discovery"
will also be shown at the mret-ing.
Coffee, tea, and refreshments
will be served.
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