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YOUR OFFICIAL HOMETOWN NEWSPAPER
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VOL 27 NO. 44 NOVEMBER 4-10, 1994 25 CENTS
A BOO-TIFUL HALLOWEEN IN TOWN
Just some of the over 350 children who came out to the Chamber's Safe Halloween Party In Bethpage.
Some of our wonderful winners! Great job everyone! What an angel! Even Mickey Brady r r a n K ^amarlengo dishing out the
dressed for the occasion. dogs...Sorry, Mickey, no pun
An ocean of children dressed in treaters.
the most unique costumes came Aladdin, Ninja Turtles, Freddie ,,
out to participate in the 2nd Kruger, Cleopatra, Captain Hook, «t"**rJ85
Annual Bethpage Chamber of Peter Pan, Snow White, Jasmine, ^S***^
Commerce Safe Halloween Party A Flapper, Witches galore, Pirates, 000^
which took place on October 30 Lions, Power Rangers in every
at the American Legion in Beth- color and shape as well as Flint-page.
Over 300 children danced stones, Ghosts, Skeletons, Prin-and
had fun in Chamber Hallo- cesses, Cats, Devils and even an
ween Parade. Free food was given Angel of a Dalmatian came out to
to all the kiddies as well as goody celebrate this boo-tiful event.
bags filled with treats. The event Many thanks should be given to
was held with the hopes of pro- all those who made this event
viding a party which was safe for possible as well as the tireless
the children but above all fun for volunteers who came out to feed
the little (and not so little) trick- (Cont. on Page 11) Dee Dee Drelss and Luz Rosenthal help feed the troops.