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H0X1 A N 3NM3A1VW 3AV 0«3iS<jn3H CCC M3IA3H lN30Nl<i10NI Be LM Serving These Communities Hewlett 'East Rockaway •Lynbrook •Malverne Vol. 2, No. 4 Kntfd-Pfl aa Second-Class Matter. Post Office. I.ynbrook, N. Y. LYNBROOK, N. Y., THURSDAY, AAAY 9, 1963 10^ P.fr Copy May 6, 1963 ^ Dear Friends: On behalf of my family and myself, I would like to deeply thank the many people from all over, who paid tribute and respect to my wife, Rosalie, the crossing guard who was killed last Tuesday. The expressions of sympathy and affection for her were over-whelming and sincerely appreciated. Par- ticularly consoling was the show of respect made by jhe teenagers and younger children of our com- We thank you from the bottom of our heorts. Very truly yours, William F. Roy and Family gestion of the HELM, Mayor H. Mangravite received en- tllls^sitc support for the proposal of the establishment of one fund. Nfayor Mangravite who is acting c-hairnian for the fund, has called a meeting for Saturday, May 11, of all members, for the election of a permanent chairman and to make plans for the drive. Members of the committee in- chui Congressman Frank J. Becker, Supreme Court Justice Frank Culotta, J. Ensor Mott, Frank Ka- sulk(>, Rotary Club; Jack Becker, I.ioiis Club; Edward Trajip, Ki- M'am's Club; Charles Linnem<>ycr and John Farley, Elks Club; Joseph Town Leader and William Davis, Thc^ HELM. Mr. Peek and were apjioiiited to Uui^ coni- I'e by (he Mavor. • Persons wishing to donate,,to the HELM 's \Lynbrook April' ,3()th Fund\ may still do so, until the end of this week. All donations will turned over to the main fund after its establishment this Satur- day. Checks should be made out to: \Lynl)rook April 30th Fund\ and mailed e/o The HELM, 2 Broad- way, Lyabrook. Card and Game Party The May 14th meeting of the In- tercommunity Unit of the Nassau County Extension Service will be a lund-raising card and game party. The event wll be held at St. Thomas' Episcopal Church, 44 St. Thomas PI., Malverne, at 8:30 p.m. There will be many prizes and fine refreshments; the donation $1. Ex'cryone is wtlcome. Illlllllll m In This Issue Calendar of Events .... Page 2 Edi|0*im I Page 4 Wa.shington Report .... Page 4 Tlioiight for the Week Page 5 The Family Pur.se Page 5 Paul Harvey News Page 6 What Do You Think? Page 6 Prominent Profile Page 6 Sports Page 10 Second Election Called For E.R. DeNoie Wins In Malverne Tlie East Rockaway School District still has a vacancy on the school board. In an unusual turn of events, none of the three candidates mnning for the seat vacated by Dr. Anthony Scimeca, were able to poll a majority of votes to capture the seat. A winning candidate needed 231 votes from the 460 residents who went to the j)olls. The results were: Robert Mich- \Fifty Years Old\ T^e Church of the Nazerene, East Rockaway celebrated its fiftieth year ot existance with special ceremonies marking the occasion last Su,«lay. Shown above looking at the charter of the Church is the Rev. Kenneth M. Fearsa , Rev. Herbert L. Rogers, pastor and Mayor Charles Krull. Rev. rearsall, a native of East Rockaway, was the guest speaker at the after- n<K)n services. The church located at the coi-ner of Ocean Ave .and Garfield Fl., was ereted in 1914. (Helm photo by Crihbin) Lynbrook Elks To Give Benefit One Fund Established The various groups raising funds for the families of the four victims that were killed in the fire truck collision have combined their efforts to establish one Lynbrook fund. At a meeting called at the .sug- The Lynbrook Elks will give two performances of their Annual Men's Show \ELKS-A-POPPIN\ on Fri- day evening. May 17th and on Sat- urday evemug. May 18th. All pro- ceeds will be donated to the LYN- BROOK ACCIDENT VICTIMS FUND, which is being raised for the families of the four victims. The show Eoes on after the 11 o'clock Elks Toast. A collation will be served after the show. Tickets are $3.50 per person. Dancing from 9 p.m. both nights to the music of Jack Harvey's Or- chestra, who is donating his serv- ices. Lynbrook GOP To Honor Congressman Becker The Lynbrook Republican Club will hold its annual dinner- dance Thursday evening, May 16th, at Valley Stream Park Inn The dinner willlionor Congressman Frank J. Becker, whose Fifth Congressional District encompasses most of Nassau Coun- ty s south shore and who has been a member of congress for 10 years. He is also a member of the House Armed Services Com- mittee. aels, 153; Dana Anderson, 148 ami Henry Weiss, 118. William Brown, incumbent running unopposed re- ceived 330 votes. The .school budget was passed with 309 votes and 143 voting again.st it. Dr. Harold Studwell, Superinten- dent of Schools annoiuiced that the sccond election for the school board trustee to fill the .still existing va- cancy has been set by the board for Tuesday, May 2t at the high school from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. In this second election it is not nece.ssary to re-register and the winning candi- ~ date will not need a majority vote. Malvenie Incumbent Wins Dr. Bayard DeNoie, inciunbent, running on his past accomplish- numts with the school board defeat- ed Mrs. Elsie N. Biyant, a .school teacher, 1,937 to 1,498. The Mal- verne school district budget was passed with 1,504 yes votes with 948 voting against it. On the pro- posal to sell a strip of property to the county, the voters gave 1,643 yes votes to .sell, with 740 against the proposal. Luis Bejamo was re- elected to the board receiving 2,228 votes. Library Out Residents of Lakeview defeated the proposal to build a library for their area by a murow 79 vote mar- gin. The results were 456 voting no with 377 voting in favor of the li- brary. The dinner M'ill be attended by ofl'icals in all branches of govern-^ ment,. headed by State A.sseinbly Sp(!iiker Jo.sepli Carlino, leader of the Nassau Coxuity llcpii])licau Parly. They include Loug Island Republican Congressmen Sttiplien B. Derounian, John WydJi-r, and Jamw n. Crov(<r; State Sejiator Nor- man Lent and Assemblyman Bol) Blakeman. Also IIeini)st(Nid Town Presiding Supervi.sor Palmer Farriugton, Su- pervisor Ralph Caso, Councilmen James Niehoff and John Lockman, Nassau County Sherifl\ Jes.se Cojnbs, and I'own Clerk Nathan L. H. Ben- riett. (Continued on pag« 4) Hon. Waiiam Cramer Bishop Kellenberg To Confirim 300 Bishop Walter Kellenberg will administer the Sacrament of Con- firmation at St. Raymond's Church, lilast J^ockaway on A.scension Thurs- day, May 23 at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. The Sisters, Servants of the Im- maculate Heart of .\[ary are pre- paring 300 chi](h'cn for'tlie r(>ccp- tion of Confirmation. On the tluee ^ruesdays i-)r(>ceding C(mfirmation, May 7, May M and May 21, a group of thirty adults are preparing i'or Confinnafion by uieeting at the Rectory at 8 p.ni. on each evening. Adults may join the gn)uj5 by calling LY 3-5796, ^I'he Pastor of St. Raymond's Church is Monsiguor William Walsh. His assistants include Rev- cr(>nd Gliomas Cplgan, l^evereud Eugene McManus, l^everend Thom- as Judge and Reverend Francis Mc- Mullen. MM mi

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