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Acton Free Press

May 1, 1958, Page 6

Acton, Ontario, CA

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Bethpage Tribune (Newspaper) - January 20, 1972, Bethpage, New York He Hoti Racik trip junk thursday january 20, 1972 r e my the Bethpage High school civics club is sponsoring a save the children clothing drive. Anyone with clothes that youngsters or adults have grown out of please dont hesitate to Send with your son or daughter to his her classroom. The civics club will make arrangements through the teacher to distribute special collect Ort bags where they May be deposited. We will accept any clothes which Are clean and not torn in any condition in which you yourself would be proud to Wear them. Please open your hearts and help make this drive a Success. The drive will terminate by feb. 25. A very interesting health forum in three parts with ample time for questions and answers. 1. Assemblyman Martin Ginsberg will discuss the function of his health committee in Albany. The decisions of this committee affects the health of everyone residing in new York state. 2. Meet and hear r e c o v e r e a n c e r patients formerly terminal Tell of their recovery. 3. Local dentists will speak on hazards of " artificial fluoridation of the Public water Supply. There is a compulsory state wide Bill pending now. Date is january 28. 197.2 at. 8 30 . Sharp. Place Plainview _ Library. 999 old country Road. Plainview. Long Island. Free Admi s s i o n i n f o r a t i v e literature for information Call ?516 go 1-8988 or 516 931-2083. Why their students Are so creative. Story hour at the Bethpage Public Library on saturday. January 22, 1972. At 10 30 . Will feature Happy go Lucky and Ebenezer never could sneeze from time to laugh. The filmstrip. Nor Man the Doorman will be shown. All girls and boys in kindergarten through third Grade Are Welcome. The Plainedge Public Library will present a sing away those Winter blues program on tuesday. January 25, at 4 00 . All Ages Are Welcome to come listen and sing along with Vicki Diamond. Admission is free but tickets Are necessary. They Are available at the circulation desk in the Library. Richard Cannon a producer of documentaries and special reports for lbs to will discuss the reemergence of witchcraft and other occult Phenomena in 20th Century America at 8 00 pm on thursday. January 27 at the Plainview old Bethpage Public Library. Or. Cannon recently spent six months researching a 5 part . Special report on witchcraft. His research which included in depth interviews with dozens of wit Ches. Led him to make some surprising conclusions. A. Special feature of his lecture will be screening of the Only film made of the destruction ritual of the Church of satan. This ritual in Black witchcraft ceremony meant to bring about the death of a person. Art work ranging from a Silver Bracelet reminiscent of the style of the Kwakiutl indians of North America to an illuminated construction called pollution to delicate wooden sculptures Are on display now through january 31 at the Plainview old Bethpage Public Library. The show features the work of the teachers of the Plainview old Bethpage Public schools. One of the highlights of the show is some very interesting ceramics by Lloyd Reiss who is also the Craft consultant to the Nassau county office of cultural development. After seeing these Beautiful works by the Art teachers parents will understand the . Post auditorium will be the scene of a Rock n Roll revival show on tuesday feb. 1 at 8 . Among the scheduled music greats will be Chubby checker the twist. Chuck Berry Good Golly miss Moll the coasters Charlie brow the Shirelle will you love me tomorrow and Gary . Bonds no no no. General admission to the show which is sponsored by the colleges resident students association is $5.50. Admission for members of the Post Community is $4.50. For ticket information Telephone 516 299-2614. Two Bethpage residents employed by the town of Oyster Bay or. John Fochi and or. George Sorenson h a v e been selected by the town Board to attend special training courses according to councilman Salvator Mosca. Or. Fochi an Auto shop Foreman who resides at 63 Lin Coln blvd., just returned from a special training course at the International Harvester school Harrisburg a. Or. Sorenson who is employed As a sewage Plant supervisor has been named to attend a state sponsored safety training course at new York University in february. Or. Sorenson resides at 17 Scherer Street Bethpage. First lady Levittown gop hew Secretary Elliot Richardson announced yesterday a new Preif ilium rate effective july 1, 1972, for part b of medicare the voluntary doctor Bill insurance program for older people. According to Sydney Savrin District manager of Mineola social Security the new rate will be $5.80 per month up from the current $5.60 Savrin stated that provisions of the medicare Law require an annual review of the Cost of the medical insurance program and that adjustments in the Premium rate be announced by january 1. The Law requires that a rate be set which would be sufficient to cover estimated expenses incurred during each Premium period. No Public hearing s Cheju led on feb. 8 town clerk Isabel Dodd announced today that the Oyster Bay town Board will not meet on tuesday february 8th. Mrs. Dodd said the cancellation of the Board meeting was made because of the towns participation in the new York state association of towns convention which will be held in new York City february 7-8-9. The Board will resume its regular schedule for Public hearings on tuesday february 15th. Forget her birthday Phyllis Dallow. The first female to be elected to president in the history of the Levitt town South North Wantagh Republican club will be installed at the club meeting tuesday january 18. Mrs. Dallow who is also president of the Theodore Dallow realty co., has been Active in the club for Over 10 years. Phyllis is a former chairman of the heart fund. Mental health. Cancer society and cerebral palsy on a Community level. She has also served As editor of the sisterhood of the Israel Community Center publication. A former girl scout Leader she served As neighbourhood chair Man for girl scout activities and received the girl scout executive service award. A resident of Wantagh for Over 20 years Phyllis married Theodore Dallow in 1944 and is the Mother of three children Ellen Richard and Connie. Chip o of t he old b lock a nother Roncallo h eard from the tense psychological chiller seance on a wet will be shown at the Plainview old Bethpage Public Library Friday january 21 at 7 00 . And 9 15 . The film features a Kim stand eyes award winning performance plus line acting by Richard Attenborough Patrick Magee and Margaret Lacey. There is no admission charge. Well remember. When you sign up we follow up. We wont let you forget. Beau Well deliver the it Surprise if and As m i hat delivery is made almost anywhere in the country. The dates you give o r Tuquet a flowery n will adore. Woma of to there will be a meeting of the Board of education of the Beth Page schools on january 25, 1972, at 8 30 p. M. In the Board room. Among the items on the Agenda will be teacher resignations appointments and award of bids. Us i get me not that any i embers see t l so Call or visit us today. Join our it forget me not club bethv1ew Florist 354 Broadway Bethpage 0v 1-8333 Marc Roncallo son of Nassau county comptroller Angelo Roncallo has been named nor Thern new York District Winner of the veterans of foreign wars 25th annual voice of democracy script writing contest. Marc who lives in Massapequa and was recently appointed to the town of Oyster Bayes american r evolution b i Centennial commission utilized the theme my responsibility to Freedom in a five minute taped speech. As a Winner of the Competition Roncallo received a $50 savings Bond a Gold medal a certificate of Merit and a shoulder Patch. A plaque will be awarded to Mortt Assumption Institute in Plattsburgh n.y., which Marc attends. The voice of democracy program is designed to give High school students an Opportunity to voice opinions on patriotic themes and to convey their thoughts to the Public. This years theme focuses attention on the principle that Freedom is a responsibility not a License and Calls for personal evaluations of youths responsibilities in preserving the heritage of Freedom. The contest is open each year to 10th. Nth and 12th Grade students in All Public private and parochial schools. Awards in state Competition which will be held later this month include a five Day trip to Washington d.c., and a scholar ship of $10,000 for the Winner and a total of $12,500 in other scholarships. The Competition is sponsored by the veterans of foreign wars and its auxiliary and by the National and state associations of broadcasters with individual radio stations making facilities available to students for tape re cording their scripts. The taped speech is judged on the basis of Content originality and delivery. Free boating attention Small boat Skippers. Remember the three Ris of Safe boating. Red., right., return. Always keep the red buoys to starboard when returning to Harbor. Educate yourself for Safe boating by taking one of the free boating classes sponsored by the South Shore Power Squadron this Spring. Classes will begin As follows Hicksville High school january 25. 1972. Subscribe to the Tribune of today m e s i n c Levittown 2 7 1 6 Hempstead Tok t a i l of Wantagh pkwy we 1-0262 baseball regi stration 4 pm 9 30 pm 4 pm 9 30 pm at g a l l of s c h o o l saturday january 29, 1972 Ham til tuesday february 1, 1972 7 pm til saturday february 5, 1972 11am til tuesday february 8, 1972 7 pm til 8 to 12 year Olds All boys who Voll in 8 years old on or before August 1, 1972 Are eligible. New registrants bring birth certificate. All boys play registration fee $10 per family for information Call or. Weeks be 1-4903, or. Berbig Py-6-4318 Island Trees Little league previously Levittown Eastern league ;