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The Bethpage tribune. (Bethpage, N.Y.) 1966-current, June 06, 1974, Image 3

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Thursday, June 6, 1974 The BETHPAGE TRIBUNE 8:30p.m. and Sunday at 7:30 p.m. in the Arena Players’ delightfully air-conditioned theatre at 296 Route 109, just north of exit 33 on the Southern State Parkway. Tickets are $3.00 every night but Saturday when the price is $4.00. Industrial Discounts are available for Operations senior citizens and students at »r_. ----- •*- Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday performances and for groups of twenty or more. The next attraction is the pre- Broadway try-out of an exciting new musical DEAR WORTHY EDITOR, which opens on July 3 and runs through the month of July.l^or reservations or further information call the Arena Players Box Office at 293-0674 or 249-9531. ________________ Page 3 | TOW |. mm I contact Shelley Leinheardt at 921-8081 or Pat Pane at 799-0798. show tunes add up to an evening of lighthearted entertainment. Tickets for the concert are $2.50 for adults, $1.25 for students. They may be purchased at the door or reserved by calling 669- 0188 or 589-7619. The American Cancer Society, Levittown Branch, will hold its monthly meeting on Wednesday, June 12, 1974 at 8:30 pm at the Levittown Public Library, One Bluegrass Lane. Program a film will be shown on Sense in the Sun. The Rev. John P. Casey, pastor of Our Lady of Mercy Church, Hicksville, will celebrate his 25th anniversary of his priestly ordination at a con- celebrated Mass in St. Pius X Preparatory Seminary, Uniondale, on Thursday, June 6 at 11:30 a.m. Bishop Walter P. Kellenberg and 10 other jubilarians and retired priests will be con- celebrants. Born in New York, Fr. Casey attended St. John’s Preparatory High School, Brooklyn, Cathedral College and Immaculate Conception Seminary. He was ordained on June 11, 1949 in Brooklyn by Bishop Thomas E. Molloy. Following his or­ dination, he served for eighteen years as assistant pastor at St. Hugh’s Church, Huntington Station. While at St. Hugh’s, Fr. Casey also served as the advocate and procurator of the diocesan Tribunal. In 1967 he was transferred to SS. Cyril and Methodius, Deer Park, where he served as assistant pastor until his present appointment as pastor of Our Lady of Mercy in 1969. Midshipmen to the actual life and duties of a junior officer in the fleet. They receive instruction and then actually take over and perform officer duties on the ships they are assigned. Doug has just completed his junior year in ..... Engineering and Research at Cornell University He is active on campus and is president of Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity. Upon graduation next year he will enter the Navy as an Ensign. On Monday, June 17 at 8:30 p.m. the League of Women Voters of the Town of Oyster Bay will be holding an Orientation Tea for anyone who wants to find out what the League does. If you are interested, please Midshipman l / c Douglas W. Kozik, a 1971 graduate of Beth- page High School, goes to sea with the Navy in early June for a six week^ training cruise. He’ll sail from Hawaii and probably put in to port in the Philippines and Japan. The purpose of this summer training is to expose l / c The Arena Players Repertory Theatre of Long Island, the year- round professional regional theatre on Long Island, will open its exciting summer season on Wednesday June 5, with Neil Simon’s hit comedy LAST OF THE RED-HOT LOVERS. Directed by Joel Harvey, this bright fun-filled frolic features Henry Quinn as the intrepid lover Barney Cashman, and Faye Cameron, Lou Lundy and Susan Steinberg as the ladies with whom he, alas, cannot succeed. LAST OF THE RED-HOT LOVERS will run from June 5 through June 30, playing every Wednesday through Saturday at The Episcopal Church Women of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church will hold a White Elephant and Rummage Sale on Friday, June 14, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., and on Saturday, June 15, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Holy Trinity Parish Hall on Jerusalem Avenue and Old Country Road, Hicksville. Refreshments will be available; you may find an item you will need! (Continued on Page 11) “First annual outdoor An­ tiques Flea Market on the beautiful church lawn, 675 Woodbury Road, (next to Geico) Woodbury, L.I. 100 dealers, Sunday, June 9th, 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. rain or shine. Donation $1.25. Benefit Holy Name of Jesus •Church.” On Saturday, June 8, the Babylon Chorale will present “TRIAL BY JURY and Other Funny Things” at 8 P.M. in the North Babylon High School on Deer Park, Avenue, North Babylon. “Trial by Jury”, a short, comic Gilbert & Sullivan work, deals with the farcical trial of & breach-of-promise suit-with a surprise ending. Leading roles will be played by Robert Riggs of Brightwaters, Angela Cimilluca of West Babylon, Richard Nielsen of Stony Brook, Jack Ruehl . of Bayport, Maureen Mugavin of Lindenhurst, Joan Dolan of Great River, Jacqueline Diggle of Babylon, Patricia Cussen of Kings Park, and Cliff Shorr of Huntington Station. Other humorous songs on the program plus several favorite ENJOY SATURDAY HOURS at all Reliance Federal Offices Make the most of your time all the time EARN OUR HIGH INTEREST Daily...m SATURDAY, TOO. 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