At The School
Proclaim Golden Anniversary
At Thursday's Plainedge Board
of Education meeting trustee
Michael Lanzarone gave a Task
Force Report on the evaluation of
curriculum in the District and
what's been done.
A proposal to raise the rates
for use of school buildings
jrought a letter from the FTA
urging special consideration
from that group. The matter was
After discussion of a foreign
language In- Service Program
that would also include the study
the cultures of various countries
was passed unanimously.
A resolution was passed to
reduce the retainage fee to five
percent of the General Contractor
of the Public Library
A long discussion ensued over
the retention of an outside negotiator
for non - instructional
personnel ended in defeat after
a 3- 3 vote was defeated 4- 2.
Trustee High Burr's motion to
restrict employment in the district
of former board members
within one year after serving on
Former Plainedge board member
Lawrence Hammer took exception
to Trustee Burr's motion
regarding the hiring of
former board members within
one year. He said he took it as
a personal affront, since he had
resigned from the board last
July in order to apply for a
district position. He said that
he would take the job as negotiator
at no salary.
The Board approved the appointment
of Edwin Blaauw as
Head of Guidance.
Extra curricular appointments
made were: Paul Heischmann as
Junior High gymnastics coach at
the Packard School and John
Laurine as Junior High basketball
coach at Packard. The Board
also approved the appointment of
Martin Clancy and William Win-'
chell as senior recreation leaders
in the Town of Oyster Bay
Recreation Youth Program. Paul
Castelli, Sheila Goldberg, Arthur
Greenspan, Leonard Gropper,
Richard Jacullo, Frank Scicchi-tano,
George Dlugolowski and
Ellen Klimenko were appointed
Leo Sheehan, a candidate for
Water Commissioner of the South
Farmingdale Water District, this
week said that the present construction
of sewers which will
discharge used water directly into
the sea, coupled with the increased
demands of an expanded
population, will require a comprehensive
plan to avoid a critical
water supply problem.
" Within the next generation, the
natural yield of ground water sup-plies
will fall short of the requirements
of Nassau County
residents. We've got to start
planning now,'' Sheehan said.
" One thing we can start doing
is injecting waste water as a
barrier against salt water
along the south shore."
Sheehan indicated that additional
water could be obtained
by desalinization or recharging
waste water. He suggested an
overall project, initiated at the
county level for additions to the
supply system, which would include
scattered wells, storage
tanks, transmission mains, and
waste water treatment and r e charge
works. He said that as
Water Commissioner he would
urge the immediate construction
of sewers, and a program to
prevent the incursion of sea water
as methods of protecting existing
Hold Open House Sunday For New
Plainedge Administration Building
Golden Anniversary Year of the American Legion
is discussed by County Executive Eugene H. Nick-erson
and Joseph J. Saladino, of Massapequa, in
Nickerson'sMineola office. The County Executive
proclaimed the year of November 18, 1968 to
November 18, 1? 69 as American Legion Golden
Anniversary Year in Nassau County. Saladino,
of 87 Cabot Road, is Nassau County Legislative 2 ™ * "! e new buUding t0 former sch001 board Pr e s i d e n t Henry
Chairman for the organization. weinsteta.
Photo by Jackson Pokress
It was open house at the new Plainedge School administration
building on Hicksville Road last Sunday afternoon. Superintendent
of Schools John Rinehart ( seated) points out an interesting item
account that irises
to any occasion
Checking Plus. w Checking Plus
That's what First National City calls the checking account that
lets you wriie a check bigger than your balance.
So you can rise to any occasion or emergency— any time and
anywhere. So you can avoid the embarrassment of accidentally
overdraw ing your account.
When you open a Checking Plus account, we set up a cash reserve
for you. From $ 400 to $ 5,000. Now you can write a check in the
amount you need, even though your " balance' doesn t cover it.
When you do, we'll automatically take enough money out of your
reserve ( in multiples of $ 100) and credit it to your Checking Plus
account. You're charged only for the portion of the reserve
transferred to your account. And you can repay in 24 monthly
installments, or 12— or faster if you want.
You never pay a penny until you use the
reserve; and, then, interest is
charged only for the number
of days your advance
Checking Plus. What it adds up to is peace of mind. The ability
to cope with unexpected bills, situations away from home, bargains
too good to pass up; and it's an ideal way to handle short- term loans.
Rise to the occasion.
Open a Checking Plus account at First National City today.
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... the only bank your family ever needs
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An Identification Card is yours for
the asking when you open a Checking
Plus account. With it, you can
cash your Checking Plus check at any
one of our 168 branches in the five
boroughs, Westchester and Nassau.
NOW 19 CONVENIENT BRANCHES IN NASSAU, INCLUDING
4881 Merrick Road, near Park Boulevard
Come in and meet Frank McPartland, Manager
or call him at 623- 7500
250 Conklin Street
Come in and meet John L. Williams, Manager
or call him at 694- 7600
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