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East Rockaway Lynbrook observer. (East Rockaway, N.Y.) 1975-1994, January 06, 1983, Image 2

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A NEW ADMINISTRATION - Officers of the Lynbrook-East Rocka- way Auxiliary to South Nassau Communities Hospital in Oceanside were sworn in recently to begin their 1983 .enns. Pictured are (1-r) Alice Dixon, Corresponding Secretary; Belinda Oberhofer, Record- ing Secretary; Anne Crawford, Treasurer; Frances Reuter and Mary La Plac, Co-Vice Presidents;Muriel Rasmussen, President;and Lydia Hebberd, Installing Officer. The Lynbrook-East Rockaway Auxiliary has been providing support to the 401-bed teaching, community hospital for 54 years. STOCK UP FOR WINTER DRIVING Confident about winter driv- ing is what you'U be when you've stashed the right equip- ment in your car trunk. The Automobile Club of New York suggests you include the following items: * a Ifat-bladed shovel, prefer- ably 30 inches long from handle top to blade bottom; * wire traction mats for getting out of slippery locations; * a large bag or bucket of sand to provide traction in ice or hard-packed snow (be sure to keep the sand dry or it will freeze solid and be of no value); * a combination ice-scraper and snow-brush for clearing windows and other parts of the car (avoid brushes with metaJ parts tha may scratch the car paint,and favor wooden handles over plastic ones that could become brittle in low temperatures). Make sure, however, that the trunk isn't overloaded; too much weight on the rear wheels could make steering difficult on slip- pery roads. One practice that should definitely be abandoned by owners of front wheel drive cars, warns the loca 1 AAA affiliate, is placing a sandbag or \NUTRITIOW\ AT CHRIST CHURCH Interested in becoming a better you? Join with the ECW of Christ Church, Lynbrook (corner of Hempstead Ave. and Peninsula Blvd.) on Friday, Jan. 21st, at 8 p.m.to hear Dr. Kerry Zelanka. Dr. Zelanka will acquaint the audience with the basic rules of nutrition to help you with diets, staying young, and maintaining a healthier body. Refreshments will be served. DANCE THEATRE OF HARLEM AT POST The Dance Theatre of Har- lem, the internationally-acclaim- ed ballet company, will make its debut in the Concert Theatre of C.W. Post Center of Long Islan Island University at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 22nd. Tickets are $16.50 and $14 and may be obtained at the box office or by calling Charg-It. For further information call (516) 626-3100. two in the trunk to improve rear traction in snow. Extra weight in the rear lessens traction with front wheel drive. Dance Academy of Rockville Centre Martin Morginsky, Director For A Serious Dance Education Professional Faculty • Ballet • Jazz • Modern • Jazzercise • Tap • Exercise Classes For: •Professional •Intermediate •Adult •Children •Pre-School • Teens Free Child Care Available Mornings & Afternoons REGISTER NOW FOR WINTER TERM Children and Teen Classes Start January 17th Adult Classes Start February 6th Late Regislnition on a Pro-Rated Basis 764-0701 47 No. Village Ave., Rockville Centre f FINANCIAL AID SEMINAR To assist parents in preparing the Financial Aid Forms (FAF), Pupil Personnel Services of Malverne High School is sponsor- ing an evening program on finan- cail aid. The seminar will be held on Monday, Jan. 10th, 7:30 p.m. in Howard T. Herbert Auditorium. Guest speaker will be Mr. James Gathard, a finan- cial aid administrator for the last 8 years who has also served as a consultant to the Federal Government and to the College Scholarship Service. During the session Mr. Gathard will present a line by line review of the entire Finan- cial Aid Form, an explanation of how financial aid works, and an outline of the various types of financial aid. Time will also be allotted for a question and answer period. GOLDEN AGE FELLOWSHIP The Golden Age Fellowship of Lynbrook Baptist Church will meet on Monday, Jan. 10th, at 12 noon. Guest speaker will be Ms. Jean Hersey of LILCO, who will present a program on \Energy Conservation.\ A1 1 are welcome. The church is located at the corner of Earle Ave. & Peninsula Blvd. Bring your lunch (and a friend), beverage and dessert will be provided. For further information, call the church office at 599-9402. FILRS AT TRINITY \God's Prison Gang,\ a newly released film featuring A1 Capone's getaway driver, the last member of Bonnie & Clyde's gang, and two other notorious criminals who have become Christians, will be shown at the Trinity Church, 180 Denton Ave., Lynbrook on Sunday, Jan. 16th, at 7 p.m. The film, shot behind the walls of Attica Prison, tells how the work of International Prison Ministry is accomplishing what more guards, higher prison walls and greater expenditures have failed to do. All are welcome. BRANDEIS WOMEN MEETING Brandeis University National Women's Committee's Center Island Chapter is having an Open Meeting on Jan. 12th at 1 p.m. at Central Synagogue, 430 DeMott Ave., Rockville Centre. Sister Darlene Cuccunello will be the speaker. Her subject will be \Central America.\ Sister Darlene has been a member of the Maryknoll Order for 17 years, ten of which were spent in Chile. The meeting is free to all and freshments will be served. r E.R. Youth Soccer ( By Lesly Beldner | BANQUET HALL FOR RENT ACCOMMODATES 100 NEWLY DECORATED $50 COMMUTERS CLUB East Rockaway 599-8890 •ftsr 6 Spring Registration will be held on Saturday, Jan. 15th, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon at Lynbrook South. ALL PLAYERS MUST RE- REGISTER IN ORDER TO PLAY THIS SPRING. The fees are as follows: Chnic $20 and Intramural $25c All returning players with uniforms will receive a $10 credit, making the net cost $10 and $15, respectively. The net fee for returning Traveling Players with uni- forms is also $15. Based on our experience with fall registration, we cannot guarantee that there will be space available for those who register late, Saturday morning, Jan. 8th, we will start our indoor program at Lynbrook South for the younger Intramural group. The Tigers and the Pumas will meet from 10:20 to 11:20 and the Jaguars and Jets are scheduled from 11:25 to 12:25. The Walcats will begin next Saturday. Due to the fact that we utilize the entu-e gym floor for the scrimmages, there is almost no room for spectators. We ask your cooperation in dropping your children off and picking them up at the appointed times at the back door of the Lynbrook South School. We realize that the Saturday morning schedule will present a problem to some, but this was the only time that gym space was available to us. Congratulations to our coaches who successfully completed the Long Island Junior Soccer League Coaching Course in December. We had 16 coaches who received their \C\ licenses and 5 more who should be getting theirs as soon as they make up any sessions that they missed. LTGHT GARDENING MEETING The Long Island Chapter of the Indoor Light Gardening Society of America will hold its next meeting on Monday, Jan. 17th, at the Lynbrook VFW Hall, 235 Merrick Rd., Lyn- brook. A Plant Sale and Workshop will be held at 7:30 p.m. with the general meeting starting at 8 p.m. The Workshop will be held by Susan Strauss on the different methods of making flower arrangements and at the general meeting, Ellie Bogin will speak on growing African violets. Visitors are always welcome. H.S. CAREER DAY On Thursday, Jan. 13th, over 3,000 Nassau County High School students will have the opportunity to participate in a Career Day Program sponsored by the Long Island Personnel and Guidance Assn. and BOCES of Nassau County. Adelphi Uni- versity in Garden City is the host site. Each student will be able to select and attend three differ- ent career workshops from ap- proximately 70 career fields. For additional information contact Ann Thompson at 328- 1205 or Stuart Agains at 938- 5400, ext. 300. GET IN THE SWIM Don't wait until the summer to get in the swim ... enter the Easter Seal Winter Splash-A- Thon on Jan. 16th from 10 a.m. to noon at Echo Park Pool. This is not a race, everyone swims at his own pace. Swimmers get sponsors to contribute a speci- fied amount for each lap com- pleted. Based upon the amount of money raised, participants will be awarded Splash-A-Thon T-shirts, special Hat and Muffler Sets, Leg Warmers, Sporting Goods Certificates, etc. For more information and sponsor forms, call 822-150lc 'Every lunatic thinks all other men are crazy.\ Publllius Syrus FIREWOOD SPECIAL 105 CORD Reasone d Mixed Hardwood s Small Coliber FREE loca l Delivery NATURE'S WAY GARDENS 623-8474 Let's Get To Know Each Other ^^ 5X7 Englargement With each roll of film brought in for regular processing Offer Expires Jan. 15,1983 Receive the Same Custom Service We Give Our ProfessionalAccou^ ~ L.A. CUSTOM PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICES Fdr all of your photographic needs. 448 Merrick Rd., Oceanside, N.Y. 11572 516/536-7367 Mon.-Fri, 8:30-6PM • Sat. 9-3PM 24 Houf Processing

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