Long Island Memories
John's Meat Market
^ ^ ^ ^ B J. Mardolillo, Prop.
IPRIME MEATS- QUALITY POULTRY & PROVISIONS
665 Broadway LI 1- 9522 Massapequa
FRFE DELIVERY between Rhode Island &
Wed. 9 to 6, Trior*., Fri. 9- 9, Sat. 9- 6
U. S. GR. CHOICE
( Fully Trimmed)
ALL- BEEF FRANKS 59*
ITALIAN SAUSAGE 98t
( Pure Pork) LB.
DE- LUX CUT ITALIAN STYLE
VEAL amns OR
Cut— To- Order
WEBSTER BACON 1 lb. Pkg. 69*
SALE PRICE 49* LB
SALE E F F E C T I V E WED. TO SAT
A Place to Grow
For children up to
20 years of age
9: 30 AM, 11: 15 Sunday Morning
First Church of
Merrick Rd. 8. Biltmore Blvd.
SUNDAY, MAY 21st
Noon to Dusk
R A IN DATE - JUNE 4th
MAYS OF MASSAPEQUA
Donation $ 1.00
With This Ad - 75*
Children under 12 Free
Oils and Lithographs
Snack Bar and Raffles
Where you buy your tires is as
important as the tires you buy.
Quality insures safety
Your safety is our business.
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THE " PERFORMANCE RATED" TIRE
has been added to our ever- expanding quality products & service
Our Sifety Service As Always Since 1927
BEAR wheel alignment & balancing
BENDIX riveted brake lining
MONRO- MATIC shock absorbers
AIR- LIFT suspension air bags
SCHAEDER tire valves
WAGNER hydr aulic brake parts
Official New York State Inspection Station
LEO'S BRAKE SERVICE
AUTO SAFETY SINCE 1927
37 HEMPSTEAD TURNPIKE
IN FARMINGDALE SINCE 1945
CH 9- 7373 FARMINGDALE
School Boonl Meeting
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After expressing her gialilude
for the Board's actions during
the May 3rd elections, she asked
if plans had been made so the
experienced teachers would not
leave the district.
At this point, Board President
J. Lewis Ames declared that the
Board has always had a policy
which welcomed hearing the
teachers' ideas. They had, he
explained, met with all groups
and made their position clear.
Dr. Harold BealLSuperintendent
of Schools, later added that
his door was and isopenany time
to listen to any complaints.
" We're trying," he said " to talk
to people who want to listen, to
get all viewpoints."
According to Trustee John
Woodward, " In no time in my
three years on the Board has
any teachers' organization ever
brought forth any proposal that
had to do with education." He
further explained that the " Board
is not ' anti-' ... it has been
forced into a defensive situation."
In relation to relief from non-teacher
duties, such as study haU
supervision, Ames asserted that
he feels a better rapport is
established when student and
teacher meet outside the classroom.
Cafeteria aids will be
instituted in all schools in September.
At the present time there will
be a $ 50 higher increase in the
salary for starting teachers than
requested by either the Massapequa
Teachers' Association or
the Massapequa Federation of
Teachers. Actually, the average
salary of the teachers is higher
than the economic level of the
For every job opening in the
district, there have been eight
applicants. Of the new teachers
hired for next year, there is an
almost even split between beginning
and experienced ones.
During the meeting, Charles
Noble, Director of the Physical
Education Program in Massapequa,
presented his report. He
stressed the large intramural
program found in the district's
Opening School dates and hours
were set by the Board.
School will re- open on September
6. Elementary schools will
start their day at 9: 30 while
Parkside will begin at 8: 30, Mc-
Kenna at 8: 00, and the high
schools at approximately 7: 45.
About 22 students will fill each
high school classroom with an
average of 24 in the junior high
schools and 30 in the Elementary
school ones, it was announced.
The annual School Census will
be conducted this summer by 18
teachers. They will carry identification
LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Please take notice that die Board
of Education of U. F. S. D. # 18,
Plainedge Public Schools, Bedt-page,
Town of Oyster Bay, Nassau
County, New York, hereby invites
the submission of sealed bids
for the following items:
Audio- Visual Equipment
Physical Education Supplies-
Maps, Globes & Charts
Physical Education Equipment
Specifications and instructions
. to bidders may be obtained at
the office of Mr. G. Bretton,
Assistant Superintendent of
Schools, located at the Board of
Education Building, HicksvUle
Road, South of Hempstead Turnpike,
Bethpage, New York. Sealed
bids will be received at this
office not later than liaOO A. M.
May 25. 1967 at which time they
shall be opened and read publicly.
The Board of Education reserves
the right to waive any informalities
or to reject any or all bids
or to accept that bid or any single
item from any bid which in its
judgment is for the best interest
of die School District.
All bids shall be firm and acceptable
for 45 days after the formal
opening thereof, no bids
shall be withdrawn pending the
decision of the Board.
Plainedge Public Schools
Bethpage, New York
By order of the Board of
U. F. a D. # 18
Town of Oyster Bay
Nassau County, New York
Ass't. Sup't. of Schools
# 160 IT OBSERVER May 18,1967
open sights till 10 P. M.
6" THICK FOAM OR
2 BOX SPRINGS
The inneriV'ea. a w l l im km
pre- bnilt borders. retted
top. strap handles ond air-vents.
The foam mattress Is
6" thick, smooth tap. heavy
woven tick: nq. Twin sine*
3 f " wide.
Farmingdale OBSERVER Thursday, May 18# 1967
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