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The Babylon beacon. (Babylon, N.Y.) 1966-1972, June 22, 1972, Image 13

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Named To Committee Mr. Patrick J. Morrissey, Jr. has been selected by Columbia University ' s Scholastic Press Association to serve on the Committee to evaluate the criteria and guidelines , Fun- damentals for student publications , for revision and reprint of the evaluation in- strument to be used then as the official guidelines for student publications and as the official evaluation instrument for the C.S.P.A. judges. He will submit his report to Columbia by August 1 , 1972. Mr. Motrrissey is Adviser to Pines the Belmont Lake Junior High School All-Columbian Medalist publication , and is Chairman of the Department of English at that school in the North Babylon Public School System . __ > B y Pat Williams | ^^^ ^^ ^^^^^ ¦ ^ ^^ r^^ . -^^^ . * Members of the Spanish club of the Wyandanch Senior High School are planning to enlighten their knowledge of the language and customs of Spanish countries by studying at the Institute In- ternacional de Cultura in Saltillo , Mexico in August. . .. An op- portune time to enjoy Sunday breakfast out and still contribute to a worth y cause will be Sunday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Wyandanch High Cafeteria. . . The Kiwanis will again sponsor their Annual Pancake Breakfast to benefit the Scholarship Fund and the Ambulance Fund. . . A tea in honor of the recipients of scholarships and awards was given in the Library of the North Babylon H. S. giving organizational representatives the opportunity to meet the students . . . Jack and Jill of America of Suffolk County was represented by their president Charlye King of Amityville and Sarah Berhanan of W. Babylon who presented two scholarships to Johnnie Urquart and Jacqueline DeVille. . . Debbie Newman of North Babylon received the AKA scholarship as well as many other awards and will be attending Princeton in the fall . . . Graduations and graduates are the prime top ics of June for all the proud parents one of them being the young and active educator , Oneida Lee of Amityville whose son Reginal graduated from Morris Brown in Atlanta , a History major. . . The parents of the tiny tots of the Francis Hardiman School were beaming as ceremonies took place Sunday for the Early Childhood students who were grabed in the tiniest caps and gown s and were on their best behavior. .. The teens of the New Light Baptist Church of Amityville are p lanning to hold their Queens Rally at the Parish Hall in Wyandanch... The best of success to Huss Adam of Amityville who officially open the Dolphins Cove on Sat. evening. . . this is one of the most unique night spots on L. I. locate d 884 Nassau Road in Uniondale. . . Huss Adams is also a member of the North Amityville Kiwanis... . due to the creative talents of Huss and his lovely wife , Mozelle the decor is simply beautiful. . . The Martin Luther King Scholarship Committee of L. I. will entertain guests at a fund-raising Family Picnic on July 9th in Smithtown. . . Several organizations among them are The Business and Professional Women of Mid Island who will host a Garden Barbque July 8th . .. . Students and teachers are counting the hours til school is out and Sum - mer is officially t here... until next week . . . informed. ¦ j i ¦ ¦ M iortr uvvxriA/i - j Pafs Prowl ; : JENNA REAL EST AT E •LINDENHURST • CENTRAL ISLIP •ISLIP TERRACE •BRIGHTWATERS jur^^^^^^ . .BAY SHORE •PEER PARK X^^^P^^P, •COPIACUE • BRENTWOOD f ,SMM^S^ •EAST ISLIP •WEST ISLIP Wf '^^^^^^ •BABYLON • N. BABYLON ¦ \' :1 V-. ^ ^\^^r •ISLIP •W. BABYLON PAYS TOP PRICES FREE APPRA I SALS- FORECLOSURES STOPPED \95% Of The Houses We Sell Are Houses We Have Bought\ WE BUY ALL CAS H MOVE AT YOUR CONVENIENCE I LISTINGS I I WANTED - FOR RMT | APARTMENTS OR HOUSES ! WANTED Qualified Clients Waiting 390 SUNRISE HWY. CO7 QOftO WEST BABYLO N JO/NfOUO ••! •• ¦ ¦¦¦ ¦ I B ¦ •—— \-^-^^^ WHVHB ^HHK ^VaM GET YOUR CAR IN TIP-T OP SHAPE - READ THE SPECIAL CAR CARE SUPPLEMENT IN THE CENTER SECTfON THIS WEEK ! DEMONSTRATIO N SALE! AIL OUR MODELS ON DISPLAY ARE BEING SOLD AT TREMENDOUS SAVI N GS! i^^ l J^^^ Si «TENT CAMPER $ 7 AA I ^^PfMM^HHHB • BOLER TRAVEL TRAILER #ww ; ^^^ ^liSliS^l ^AMERIGO Travel Trailer $ 2685 ^^g^^ MBfc^ l-l^^l^a^^^S^-SSaBaF Fiberg lass - New Braird _ With Hitch WAS $3100 ^^ffi &k&g^g^R • UTOPIA MOTOR HOME $7Qr;fl ^^^HHBHH ^^PB 19 Foot With Roof Air Conditione r /53U , BRING THIS AD WITH . I Model 100 ° WAS 199.95 j YOU. . . AND SAV E MAKE VACATION DREAMS COME TRUE! I BIG MONEY I -__ INTERNATIONAL CAMPERS INC. This offe r valid now throug h f H| A 598'3071 L jui y 4th . m ^Bl Bav BiMEJL a» aaa aaBja »aM . a»iJ JXT 111 MERRICK RD. AM ITYVILLE By E ileen Brown 842-9 7 33 On Friday evening, June 30th parishioners of Our Lady of the Assumption will bid 'Farewell' to REV. RALPH J. PECORARO an assistant pastor . Fr. Ralph has been transferred to the Chancery Office in Rockville Centre where he will serve as a Canonical Consultant to the Marriage Tribunal. The affair will be held at 8:30 in the All-purpose Room of the Religious Education Center. Julieann , I am sorry! - Only sorry that your name was not liste d as the receipient of the American Fiag at the V. F. W. Clubhouse after the Memorial Day Parade. To those who hadn 't heard , JULIEANN BINDER , a 7th Grader at the Copiague Junior High , is the young lady I am making my apologies to. MR. HENRY HILL , Chief , Copiague Fire Department , was Guest Speaker at a General Meeting of the Amity Harbor Civic Association last Friday evening. It was most interesting. He also distributed phone stickers giving the number to call in case of emergency or fire. In case you don 't have it , it is 842- 5888. Jot it down! Round Abou t Copiagu e Read It First In The Beacon

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