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The Freeport Baldwin Leader. (Freeport, N.Y.) 1987-current, February 23, 1989, Image 3

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th« and me gi\e dCfS iben local sen^s e did. deiec- e Cen- i io an a]d«in fl-duty n Sun- swt of struck, traaor xldcad E Smith TJ who t o f (be I were ia\Tte- C force, lixl »at rtn. He ; unit of rauaod ark. m a t 497 •reeport ID cash with a I a hold* ieyftom thief as I a ion; CDanager CCS were robbery ve» ate i»C ran iniD M l >• 575 .. IN8PECT1NQWATERFONTSITH%vh»r«th«y«nvliionaSpohs Fithlng Conpl«x« Commordal Flahlng Dock and park ara Fraa* port Future Party candktataa. from l e f t Irft Bamurdaz. Vincent Campion and Kamsath Raaaa. Tha p a r ^ U currently owned by the Johansen Orpanbation and planrtad for davatopmant aatha Harbor Ughtacondomifdum p r o ject. ------ 1 ;H A M B F R C O M M E R C l I B K? ' j ; / ? • \ * 'll r I # A NEWOFFICERS AND MEMBERS o f the Chamber o f Commiarce la dies Auxiliary are from left: seated. Joen Ewen. executive aecretary; Jane Jarsic. firet vice-praaldant Marian Knoallar. prasidant Valeria NicoOno. aacond vlea-preaidant: and Angia CuUin. treasurer: stanefing. Dianna Knaack, Norfna Braun. Wilma Buchanan. Gloria Pandna. Pat O’DriacoO. Marilyn Schwartz. Agnaa Taylor and Kada PrettL Auxiliary to honor Mayor Storm . .iX. \ The Ladies Auxiliary of the Freeport Cham b er o f Commerce w ill h o n o r M a y o r D o r o th y Storm as its “W oman o f the Year** at a champagne brunch Sunday. February 2& Also on the agenda will be the installation of the AuxQiaryY new onicers. T h e event will b e held from 12 noon to 3 p.m . a t KatieY Kitchen, 65 Btdfalo A \enue. The brunch will feature com* ptim eiiury uc>crages and an array of fruits, crudites, cheeses, s a l a ^ atkl traditional breakfast foods. Included will be live m u sic D o n ation for the event is SIS per person. For more information, call M arion Knoellerat 378-7402. GRAND OPENING of Frooport Chamber o f C o m n v m now ofRcot at 4S W ooddaft Avonua on tha NaudcaJ MBa w a s attandad by mora than 1 0 0 frianda and mambara. From left ara: Ar>gla CuIBn. CouneUwoman Town of Hampataad: Joseph Praati. PraaidarTtElact: Mayor Dorothy Stonn: Marian KnofOar. Prasidant o f tha Ladiaa AuidBary; Nat MizraM. outgoing Praai- dant; WBOam Whha. Jr.. Diracton In tha background. Chris Ra. Oiractor for tha ChambarjineLO-PnaldLPantina. Dlractor and Dtarvw KiUack. ladlM Auxffiaiy. E O C s a ; t s B l a c k h i s t o r y e v Q v t Local legislators announce budget forum T h e F r e e p o r t E c o n o m i c O p p o r t u n i t y C o u n c i l w i l l celebrate Black H istory M o n th Tuesday. February^ 2S., , w ith a program m3he*Aikinson School L i b r a r y o n W e s t S e a m a n Avenue. All F r e e p o r tm a r e invited to the event, which will b e ^ a t 7 p.m . and f u t u r e newly prdaiised Bishop F r a n k W h ite of the C h o r » of G o d in C h rist Little Zion as guest speaker. VAlEilaPta Comt^rut! A ssem b lym e n C h a rles J . O'Shea (R-C. Baldwin) a n d Fred Parols (R-C, W a n t a ^ ) have an n o u n c ^ that the 1 9 ^ Nassau County R e p u b l ic s . Assembly D e le g ^ o n is sponsoring a spe­ cial com m unity budget forum on Friday, F e b n u r y ^ . - Those interested in having input into the 1989 state budget negotiations a n d their im pact on local commumlies invited to this “ m o st im p o rtant meeting o f . the year,**said the le^slaiors. T he purpose o f the bearing is to e x p ^ testim ony a ^ to gain input from local com m unity and educational leaders. The forum will take place Fri­ day, F ebruary 24. from 10a.m. to 1 p.m. at the N a m u County B o a rd o f S u p e m s b rs M eeting Room . Tow n o f Hempstead P residing.. Supervisor Joseph MoodeHo. Nassau Couitty. Executive T h o ­ m a s G h lo tu a ^ other d v ic a c id. educational leaden a re expected to a ttend. F o r fu r t h e r ioform atiot!i. please call Assemblyman ^ r d > la's district office (731-3434) or th e office o f A ssem b lym a tt O'Shea (781-3565). KODALUX Color . Enlargements! B u y 2 . . . G e t a 3rd FREE! CRUISE DISCOUNTS SubjaetTb AvdUfaSiy PLAN v m H THE EXPERTS •COp & Save* ^ f A U S tarts Here' 223-0601 FREEPORT Ground Floor Oftice Space In Professional •Building,900 Sq. Feet, Private Entrance- 2nd Floor Comraerdal Space. Private Entrance, 4,000 Sq. Feet, Will Divide, $8 Per Sq. Foot, 3 MONTHS FREE RENT FOR QUALIFIED TENANT. Retail Space On West Merrick Road, 1500 Sq. Feet, WiU Divide E u g e n e J . Staudt 5 1 6 ^ 4 6 6 - 3 3 3 3 JO NIS REALTY SUPER SELECTION OF \NEW” Silk Flowers Silk Plants Silk Trees Iris, UlieSt MxnoliB, Exotic Lotus & HunafedsofO^ers Ficus Trees, BJoomJng Cberries - Dogwoods, Many SUk FoUage Plants Including UfeUke Cactf / ^ 2 S % O F F REGULAR RETAIL PRICE . Selected Brass Planters & w icker Baskets 50% OFF Early Bird Specials on _____ Scotts Lawn Products Rrewood Clearance Safe ATLANTIC NURSERY GARDEN SHOP • LANDSCAPING 250 ATLANTIC AVENUE, FREEPORT, NY 378-7357 378-7359 BEAUTIFVING tO N G ISLAND SINCE J 929 VIS A MASTBhrARD A AMERICAN BXFRES5 WaCOME . S * • ♦ - » - V . . ■ . ■ _ _ _ 2 0 x ^ VICE*'ICE** POSTERS 3 DAY SERV Offer good February 6 through March 1 .1989 CAMERA FAIR 2398 Grand Avenue Baldwin 8 6 8 ^ 1 1 2 0 THour Ufi OfT Premises Kodahix i r m > o tn ”A Red Swettheait of t Deil* A (WuTT o wertS > (hcvurtj I %o let )tMr low d oetn h o ? front you. 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