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The Babylon beacon. (Babylon, N.Y.) 1966-1972, June 22, 1972, Image 11

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NUNZiO'S CLEANERS A^D CUSTOM TAILORING DONE ON PREMISES COMPLETE ALTERATIONS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY FORMAL Same Day Service - In by 11:30 , out by 4:30 WEAl? FREE BOX 669-9683 DFMTAS STORAGE 99 Deer Park Ave. , Babylon KKW * *** ¦ MO 9 620 1 /^l^ 1 W.E. BRILL OPTICIAN fepfv ( Member American Board of Opticianty ]\ £&/ r > <\f CONTACT LENS TECHNICIAN jf^r /^ ^ V 16 REID AVE. BABYLON N.Y. 11702 ^5^' j SALE CLOSING JUNE 30th _ „ iStM m^l DRASTICALLY : i^^^mti ^^^fel^lO^W^^n nc Q1 0 M CD l ^ili^^ •SOlVNS m> :^^;^^^^^:d •COW 5 V ' TJt-^^^^OME IN WHILE STOCK LASTS - \Q. J^^\^ NO HOLDS - ALL SALES FINAL! . ' • j Rota ry Awa rds Scholarship awards were given to graduating Lindenhurst High School seniors by the Lindenhurst Rotary Club recently as follows : Cecile Barrett, nursing; Michele DePalo , art ; Helen Kellerman , liberal arts science; Gary Meserole , political theory, Thomas Padovani , engineering; Linda Thibault , general college . The Rotary ' s \Service Above Self\ award was given to Thomas Malone , and a special award went to Gary Meserole , past president of the Interact Club for his leadership in service to the Red Cross. N.B. M athletes Awards In recogn ition of participation in mathematical activities and outstanding achievement in mathematics competition , the North Babylon High School Mathematics Department is proud to announce the following awards for the school year 1971- 72. MATHLETES AWARDS For scoring points in the Suffolk County Math League com- petition , the following students are awarded the North Babylon Math Letter: Frank Marter , Ray Willemann , Glen Hanington and Vincent Maltese. For scoring points in the Suf- folk County Math League the following student is awarded a sterling Math Club Pin with '72 numeral in lieu of a second letter: Richard Kutikoff. Long Island Math Fair Awards : For representing North Babylon High School in the field of Mathematics at the Long Island Math Fair and for reaching the semifinals , the following student is awarded the Long Island Math Fair Bronze Medal : Richard Kutikoff. For presenting mathematics papers at the Long Island Math Fair , the following students are awarde d Certificates of Merit : Walter Anketell , Ray Willemann , Richard Kutikoff , Vincent Maltese , and William Zerella Suffolk County Mathematics Teachers Association Math Contest Awards : For achieving the highest score in North Babylon High School in the 11th Year Competition , a Suffolk County Mathematics Teachers Association Gold Pin is awarded to: Randy Newman Runner-up Certificates of Meri t are awarded to: Ray Willemann 2nd Place , and Tom Jorgensen 3rd Place. For achieving the highest score in North Babylon High School in the 10th Year Competition , a Suffolk County Mathematics Teachers Association Gold Pin is awarded to Steve Trezza . Runner up Certificates of Merit are awarded to Bobby Isom 2nd Place and Dean Weinstock 3rd Place Mathematics Association of America Contest Award For achieving the highest score in the Mathematics Association of America Math Contest in the North Babylon High School , the contest is open to all grades , the MAA Gold Pin is awarded to: William Maloney and Honorable Mention - Richard Kutikoff. Mathletes Awards For faithful and industrious participation in practice sessions and competition in Math Meets , the following students are awarded sterling Math Club Pins: George Lucas (Capt.) , Diane Emord , Ralph Polese , Joseph Ambroso , Joseph Smith , William Zerella , Paul Chiccetti , Irene Oberste-Vorth , Greg Miller , Margaret Frylink , Randy Newman , Patricia White , Robert Pierson , Ed Palma , and Anthony Grilli Ba bylon Graduation On Sunday Sunday, June 25 , at five o ' clock the Babylon High School Senior Class of approximately 186 graduates will receive their diplomas. In case of inclement weather the exercises will be held in the high school gymnasium. The Invocation and Benediction will be offered by Reverend Calvin Gray of the Presbyterian Church. The senior prize awards will be made by Dr. Gerald W. An- derson , Superintendent of Schools. Diplomas will be presented to the graduates by Dr. Henry J. Rendich , President of the Board of Education assisted by the high school principal , Mr. Johm A. Stack. Lynn Holsclaw has been named as Valdictorian of the class , and Glen n Roberts is the Salutatorian. Two Win D PTA Scholarships ART WINNER: Cathy Carroll with Art teacher Linda Stein and Richard McTigue, President of DPTA. Cathy Carroll , daughter of James and Catherine Carroll of 2 Wyandotte Street , Deer Park , has won the art contest sponsored by the Deer Park Teachers Association . Cathy, a senior , is going to attend Missouri Valley College . She has received a $3200.00 art scholarship. Cathy will fly to Wash ington on June 21st to attend a reception sponsored by the National Education Association. The President , the First Lady , the Vice-President , Congressmen, Supreme Court Justices , other governmen t dignitaries and business leaders have been in- vited to attend the \Salute to Education . \ The art work by Cathy, an oil lift with pen and ink , will be presented to a local congressional leader by Cathy and Richard McTigue , President of the D.P.T.A. Cathy ' s work includes an original poem which fits in wi th the theme of the program. Students from Memorial School, Robert Frost , John F. Kennedy and the High School entered this competition. It certainly showed the outstanding art work being done in Deer Park on all levels . The committee who judged the art work included : Phil Savino , Art Chairman ; Jerry LaMur a , Art Teacher , D.P.T.A. 1st Vice- President ; Denise Kaplan , Art Teacher and Dick McTigue , D.P.T.A. President. Tow n Offers Summer Progra m This summer the Town of Islip Department of Parks , Recreation and Cultural Affairs will sponsor a summer instrumental music program for students living in the Town of Islip. The program is open to all students who are presently studying instruments in their schools. The program will be offered for four weeks beginning July 3rd and concluding July 28 , 1972. A registration fee of ten dollars ($10.00) will be charged for each pupil. Each pupil will attend two , thrity-minute lesson periods per week as well as one , forty-five minute rehearsal each week. Parents and friends will be in- vited to a concert rehearsal the final week. The program is designed to further the performance level of the individual student and to maintain a continuous grow th during the summer months. May we add that it can also furnish a wonderful means of filling free time with a creative experience. Realizing from past experience the gains made by the in- strumental music students through this program , we hope many students will again avail themselves of this opportunity. For further information or to register , call the Recreation Administration Office at 581-2000 , 325 . All registrations will close on June 16th . BOY SCOUTS off West Babylon ' s Troop 280 pose with Scoutmaster Gus Zajic ' moments before they participated in the Babylon Cen- tennial Parade recently . The Troop can boast 100 percent attendance participating in the parade . Left to right , the boys are : Joe Zajic , Tom Feerick , Chris Duffy, Scott Booher and Stuart Langer in front. On the floa t in the background are: Al Schweigert , Paul Weiss , Paul Askew and Scoutmaster Zajic . 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Deposits are now being accepted for puppies from our own champion sired bitch . Imported from Germany, the sire has sired over 40 litters in Germany and is rated V-l , Sch II and is X-rayed 1-A (Perfect). Our CAT BOARDING Facilities are the Finest on Ll.| Catering to custom diets & a uniquely designed nursery to in- 1 sure that your cat is not confined to customary cages. J NOR BROOK KENNELS 255 Adams Blvd. , Farmingdale

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