' A Delicate Balance' And ' A Boy Friend1,
Good Theatre fare
The Bible' To Open
At Syosset Theatre
On Tuesday night, Edward A lbce's
Pulitizer prize play, " A Delicate
Balance," opened at Mineola Theatre.
The author of Who's Afraid
of Virginia . Voolf?, has perplexed
many theatergoers with his avant-garde
drama and has stirred up
more controversey than any playwright
in recent memory.
June Havoc the star and director
of the play hopes to generate a
lively discussion of Albee's plays
in her post- curtain question and
answer talks at Mineola.
I felt the play was extremely
impressive, touching on many of
life's illusions as well as the hard
and cold reality we all face.
• A Delicate Balance' will be playing
until July 18 and will be
followed by a Rodgers and Hart
musical, ' By Jupiter.'
Wednesday night, ' A Boy Friend'
starring Yvonne de Carlo premiered
at Wedgewood Dinner Theatre
by Chfia Klesh
in Glen Cove- The theatre is unique
because you dine while enjoying
the show. Most of the tables
are in excellent locations and you
can dance after the show. This
musical was imaginatively put
together and many aspects, especially
the dancing, were well done.
I feel that Gail Johnston who played
Polly Browne exhibited the best
singing voice. All in all, the atmosphere
as well as the convenience
of dining at the theatre
provided an entertaining evening.
Wallenstein To Conduct
At L. I. Festival
Alfred Wallenstein has replaced
William Steinberg as conductor
of the New York Philharmonic
at the first two concerts
of the Long Island Festival
on Friday and Saturday, July 14
and 15, due to illness in Mr. Steinberg's
family. The concerts will
be held on the campus of C. W.
Post College in Brookvilie.
Grace Tomeo Attends Kings
Daughters Summer Conclave
Miss Grace Tomeo of Massa-pequa,
Is spending six- weeks
Chautauqua Lake, at the summer
center of the International
Order of The Kings Daughters
and Sons. More than 50 scholarship
students, including some
overseas students, are sponsored
by districts and branches
throughout the United States.
The Chautauqua Center of
Syracuse University offers
undergraduate and graduate
courses in Libral Arts, Education,
Library Science, Art and
Music and at the summer center,
the students are taking a three
credit course of their choosing.
Miss Tomeo graduated Farm-ingdale
High School and will be
entering her second year at the
State University at Farmingdale.
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On Tuesday, July 18th at
8: 30 p. m. the presentation of
the Dino, De Laurentiis motion
picture, begins a reserved seat
engagement at the Syosset Theatre.
" The Bible" tells the stories
of The Creation; Adam and Eve;
Cain and Abel; Noah's Ark and
the Flood; The Tower of Babel;
The Destruction of Sodom, and
the Saga of Abraham.
Dino De Laurentiis, who
conceived and produced the film,
has said . that it was the goal
of every one involved to depict
the Bible with fidelity and respect.
As a result, this marks
the first time the Bible has been
brought to the screen in continuity,
rather than as an enlargement
of a single story.
Five years in the making,
" The Bible" was directed by
John Huston, one of the world's
most distinguished film- makers.
The screenplay was written by
the celebrated playwright, Christopher
At Friday night's concert the
Tchaikowsky Symphony No. 4 will
replace the Tchaikowsky Manfred
Symphony in the program.
At Saturday night's concert
Wagner's Prelude to " Die Meis-tersinger
von Nurnberg" will r e -
place B e r l i o z ' Overtureto
" Benvenuto Cellini."
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Please take notice that the Board
of Education a U. F. S. D. # 18,
Plainedge Public Schools, Beth-page
» Tx » wn of Oyster Bay, Nassau
County, New York, hereby
invites the submission of sealed
bids for the following items:
Setting & Printing of Student
Chain Link Fencing
Garbage and Rubbish Collections
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, Hicksville Road, South
of Hempstead Turnpike, Betli-page,
New York. Sealed bids
will be received at this office
not later than 2: 00 P. M. July
20, 1967 at which time they shall
be opened and read publicly The
Board of Education reserves the
right to waive any informalities
or to jeject 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 the 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
U. F. S. D. # 18
Town of Oyster Bay
Nassau County, New York
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Legal # 207 IT Observer
July 13, 1967
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1967 and expiring June 30, 1968
has been issued to Spartans Industries,
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beer at Retail for off- premises
consumption in a store at 1276
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Linda Elio To Wed
Arthur Searle III
Linda Elio, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William Elio of 320 Sunset
Blvd., Massapequa, will be
DAR TO HOLD HAWAIIAN
The Colonel Gilbert Potter
Chapter, Daughters of the American
Revolution, will hold a Hawaiian
buffet luncheon and entertainment
at 12 noon on Tuesday,
July 25th at the Nassau Beach
and Yacht Club at Nassau Shores,
Mrs. Robert Wilkinson is
general chairman of the event.
married to Arthur Searle HI of
Seaford on Sunday, July 30 at
4 p. m. at St. Rose of Lima R. C.
Barbara Harris of Massapequa
will be the maid of honor and Patricia
Searle and Carrie Elio,
sister of the bride to be will be
After a wedding trip to Bermuda,
the couple will reside in
Miss Elio, a graduate of Massapequa
High School is employed
as a secretary.
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