The Freeport Teen-age Employment Service has a vast number
of teen-age applicants who wish to work part time during the spring and
summer season. Many of these teen-agers are classified for gardening,
clerical help, sales girls, mothers helpers and other miscellaneous
Teen-age Employment Service Office is open Monday, Wednes-day
and Friday from 3:30 to 4:30 P.M. Those interested in securing
help please call Fr. 8-4000.
Sports Equipment available for residents
The Freeport Recreation Department wishes to announce that
residents or organizations in the Village are invited to borrow games
or sporting equipment for parties, family picnics or group outings. A
list of the equipment available includes: horseshoes, volleyballs, soft-balls
and bats, playground utility balls, basketballs, croquet sets, as
well as checkers and chess sets.
In addition local residents or groups stumped for games to play;
or special activities to enjoy may borrow books or phamphlets from the
Recreation Dept. . ,
Arrangements can be made for these games and equipment by
phoning Freeport 8-4000.
Men's Evening Volleyball League to be started
• The Freeport Recreation Department for the past month and a
half has been continuing the Tuesday evening Men's Volleyball Class at
Bayview Avenue School which was under the auspices of the Freeport
Adult Education Department during the winter months.
If there is enough interest in this activity, the Recreation Dept.
will organize a Men's Evening Volleyball League which will play sched-uled
games at the three Village Parks during the summer months.
Any organization or individual wishing to enter such a league
are asked to contact the Village Recreation Department and make their
Men's Adult Softball League began its league play May 5th and is play-ing
each Monday through Friday evening at the Northwest Park,- Game
time 8:30 P. M.
Men's Slow ball League also began its league play May 5th and is offer-ing
twilight games at the Northeast Park each Monday through Thursday
evening. Game time 7:00 P.M.
Spectators are invited to attend.
Published monthly by the Village of Freeport
The above picture shows Supt. of Public Works, Stephen A. Coffey,
examining the new type of catch basins to be used by the Village of Free-port
to take care of the drainage problem.
The first of two purchased by the Village will be located at the
corner of No. Ocean Avenue and Randall Avenue and the second at the
intersection of Wilson, Lena and No. Long Beach Avenue.
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If you have a new bicycle and are going to retire the old bicycle,
you must see Mrs. Mason, in the Traffic Division of the Police Depart-ment,
to have your registration disk transferred, Bring your registra-tion
form for the transfer. This is for free.
If you are going to use both bicycles, each must be licensed.
Please pickupyour new disk from Mr. MacDonald in the Village Clerk's
office in the Municipal Building at the regular fee of 25£.
FREEPORT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING A SAFE & SANE
FOURTH OF JULY
The Freeport Fire Department is now making plans for one of
the largest demonstrations of Fire-Fighting & Fire-Works Show ever
held on Long Island at the Municipal Stadium in Freeport on the 4th of
July. • - - • • . •
Opening ceremonies will start at 7:55 P.M. with a parade led
by Chief Raymond Barrett and their 65 piece band, under the direction
of Hon. Chief Bill Dayton.
An added attraction this year will be a 1 5 women stock car race
with the top-notch drivers of the United States.
East RockawayFire Department will participate again this year
in the show, along with the following departments; Baldwin, Oceanside,
Long Beach, Lido Beach, Point Lookout, Rockville Centre, Hempstead,
Roosevelt, Merrick, Bellmore and many others too numerous to mention,
Last year a similar event was held and over 15,000 persons
packed the stadium.
Further information can be obtained by the Chairman, Ex-Chief
JohnS. Marra, 123 Washburn Avenue, Freeport, N. Y. Tele. Fr -8-51 09,
or the Secretary of the show, HarryA. O'Rourke, 49 West MerrickRoad,
Telephone Fr -8-4840.
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The following is the building report for March, 1958.
13 Permits for New Construction
22 Permits for Additions and Alterations
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$ 301, 850.00
Attention is called to the fact that all business licenses as re-quired
by our Unified Code of Ordinances have expired May 1st. Re-newals
should be applied for promptly.
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Bulletin issued monthly in the
interest of residents of the
Village of Freeport
WILLIAM F. GLACKEN, Mayor
Theo. M. Lang
George H. Fairberg
Robert S. McLellan
Arthur R. Muller
Leonard D. B. Smith, Treasurer
For information concerning Village
facilities, residents are invited to
Telephone the Village Clerk,
Richard H.Raynor - Freeport 8-4000
Board of Trustees 3rd Monday
Board of Appeals 3rd Wednesday
Sewer Commission First Thurs
Park Commission Qther^Monday
Light & Water
MEMORIAL DAY OBSERVANCE
MAY 30th, 1958
The Memorial Day Parade will be under the direction of Grand
Marshall Samuel D. Gerber, assisted by Dr. Ray Strauss, with Chief
of Staff, Stuart K. Wallace, Sr. The Parade will form on Pine Street,
at 9:30 A.M. on the morning of Friday, May 30th, 1958. The column
will face EAST.
ROUTE OF MARCH: East on Little Pine Street to South Main
Street, South on South Main Street to Merrick Road, West on Merrick
Road to South Long Beach Avenue, North on South Long Beach Avenue
to Brooklyn Avenue, East on Brooklyn Avenue to No. Ocean Avenue,
where a Patriotic Memorial Service will be held on the Village Green.
In case of rain the Ceremony will be held at the Freeport High
The Program will be as follows
American Legion Memorial
Freeport High School Band
Mayor William F.' Glacken
Freeport High School Band
Comm. Frank McKenna
William Clinton Story Post #342
Musical Selection Freeport High School Band
Veterans of Foreign War s Memorial
Henry Theodore Mohr Post #860-Comm. Robert DiMonda
8. Salute to our Patriotic Dead
142nd. Tank Battalion N. Y. National Guard
B. Taps - Freeport High School Band
9. Benediction Interfaith Council
VETERANS: All Veterans are invited to attend and participate
in both the Parade and the Service, whether a member of any organization
or not. **********
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