Kings County Pays Dividend Security Reports Net Earnings Up ' Young Mozart'
Charles F. Brau, President
of the Kings County Savings Bank,
announced that a quarterly dividend
of over $ 272,000 was paid
on January 1, 1967 to 14,000
depositors of the bank's Massa-pequa
Office - the largest dividend
ever paid at this office
since it opened in June, 1961.
Joseph G. Merz III, Assist-
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ant Treasurer, and manager of
the branch, indicated that the
number of depositors intheMas-sapequa
Office has doubled since
the bank opened its new and
larger office in July, 1966 and
that current deposits are in excess
of $ 23 million.
The Kings County Savings Bank
was incorporated in 1860 and
has three offices, serving Brooklyn
and Long Island, with total
assets of over $ 196 million.
Security National Bank of Long
Island reported assets of $ 506,-
488,632 at year's end, compared
to $ 400,717,440 on December 31,
1965, a 26% increase.
The bank also reported net
operating earnings for the twelve
months ending December 31,
1966, after applicable taxes, of
$ 3,714,210. This represents
$ 2.40 per share on 1,545,986
shares, compared with $ 3,047-
880 or an adjusted $ 1.97 per
Temple Slates Oneg Shabbat Program
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P. M. this Friday, Temple Judea
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will hold a special Oneg Shabbat
program. The Drama Society of
the Youth Group will present a
collection of poetry, " I Never
Saw Another Butterfly," written
by the children of the Terezin.
Concentration Camp in Czechoslovakia.
Illustrative slides will
Saturday morning at 10: 00
Temple Judea will hold regular
services. The sermon will be:
The Handwriting on The Wall.
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share in 1965, an increase of
Deposits increased during the
same period to $ 458,987,285 from
$ 347,085,387, a gain of 32%.
Loans and discounts increased
to $ 305,532,280 on December 31,
1966, up from $ 215,987,380 on
the same date last year, a 41%
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Peace Corps Council
" The Peace Corps Looks
Ahead for 1967" will be the
topic of a public meeting to be
held by the Long Island Peace
Corps Service Council on
Wednesday, January 18 at 8: 30
p. m. at the County Executive
Building on West Avenue, off
Old Country Road, Mineola.
Coordinator of the Suffolk area
is Richard Holzman of Farminc-dale.
Rubin R. Dobin, formerly
a businessman in Massapequa
is Peace Corps Director of Public
Information. He explained that
the meeting is one of a series
so that parents of volunteers
can get to know one another.
Information may be had by
calling Dobin at CE 9- 1033.
At M. H. S
" Young Mozart", sponsored
by the Massapequa PTA's, will
be presented on Saturday, January
14, at Massapequa High
A spokesman for the group
said no decisions have been made
about the location of future Massapequa
Childrens Theatre productions,
but Young Mozart had
to be moved to Massapequa High;
School, due to the recent vandalism.
Tickets will be on sale at the
door for $ 1.00 apiece, and of
course, all subscription tickets
to this play will be honored
at this new location. The performance
will start at 2 p. m. and
will let out one hour later.
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S e c u r i t y National Bank announced
the appointment of Alfred
G. de Lutio of Massapequa as
Assistant Vice President in the
Mortgage Department based in
Melville. He was formerly with
the Meadowbrook National Bank.
He is a member of the Massapequa
Civic Association, the Mal-verne
Post of the American
Legion, and the Massapequa Post
of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
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JUNE Of JULY
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New York State's new all- car inspection law will greatly increase
the number of inspections to be made. At the beginning of this
program, delays in obtaining inspections may be encountered.
To avoid any delays or inconvenience, the Department of
Motor Vehicles makes these suggestions, based on the schedule
^ If your vehicle falls within Groups 3 or 4, have it inspected as
early as possible. The next time you bring your vehicle in to
be serviced may be the most convenient time to have the inspection
^ If your vehicle falls within Group One, have it inspected as
early as possible during your scheduled inspection month.
( Remember that for these vehicles, the scheduled month of
inspection includes the specific month set forth in the schedule
and the month immediately preceding.)
^ If your vehicle falls within Group Two, have it inspected as
early as possible in October.
Remember that except for vehicles in Group Three, your vehicle
must be inspected before you may renew your registration
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