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Y U L / N U . 31 Post Office, Lynbrook, N.Y. LY 3 - 1 3 00 THE FAMILY NEWSPAPER THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1963 IOC
Easter and Passover Greetings
Staff & Publishers of Helm Review
Mrs. Paul GUlen of 73 Dart Street, East Rockaway was the lucky
winner among the paid up subscribers of the Helm Review.
The prize was a gift cenificate from Myrna's Hairstylists at 18
Broadway, Malverne, one of our advertisers. Mr. William Gaddis,
Malverne's VUlage Clerk officiated at the selection of the winner.
On the left M r , Burt Rxiiz, owner of Myrna's Hairstylist, is shown
with Mr. William Gaddis at the drawing. Photo by Bove
Grand Opening Drawing
Grace Lutheran Church Confirmation Class of 1968 Held on Palm Sunday - Wesley Beech, Susan
Coons, Dorothy Dancy, Austin Dridge, Dolores Grant, Robert Han, Howard Jensen, Janice Jensen,
Kathy Kelsey, Gail Lurssen, Charles Metz, Robert Meyer, Edward Michaels, Brian Niehr, Robert
Pickwick, Kathleen Preston, Margie Raudies, June Severino, Adrianne Sinta^Nancy Skoglund, Lori
Thayer, Joanne Timmermann, John Voelpel, Charles Wodicka Photos by Bove
RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY AT OPENING OF NEW F.W, WOOLWORTH STORE AT 33 Atlantic
Avenue, Lynbrook. Mayor Francis Becker, second from right, wields the snipi^rs, assisted by, from
the left, W.G, Baker, J r . , assistant vice president of chain's northeast regional office, and store manager
Charles Linnemeyer, On the f a r right, Hempstead Town Supervisor Francis T, Purcell also lends a hand.
F.W. Woolworth Grand Opening Drawing for Door Prizes,
Massapequa resident District Manager Alfred J. Dutton, Acting
Mayor Kurt Arndt and Woolworth Manager Charles Linnemeyer.
Winner of the Color TV Set was Mrs. C. DeBaugh, 90 Hempstead
Avenue, Lynbrook. Winner of the Pedigreed Collie Pup was C.
Covello of West Islip. The Woolworth opening drew tliousands of
shoppers to the downtown shopping area of Lynbrook.
Photo by Bove