Recent Freeport Brides E 'm iE ll^ H W V iE H If f o s s - m ic h A e l s Suspended in limbo Whenever h e's near. Reiaxed- in a world, widiout fear. Sharing a feeling - - ^ '' only tw o :cw r Debra i-oss Mkbaeis and father Mr. aijd Mrs. Mike .Schwnner Mr. and Mrs. Albert EUirwi of- ■ 43 Van Bureh_Sl. 7 Freeport, have announced the wedding df their daughter, Denise, to Mike Sch- Mr. and Mrs. William A., F obs , S7 East Aye, Freeport; have innounced the wedding of their >Mifuujn.cu u ic w e u u _ .Q WicSeb! M ^ lughter, Denise, l ______ aner, on Jan. IB, aM2 noon, at waner, on J . .......... ......... the Church of The T i 8figuration,So.Long Beach Ave., F r e e p ^ . Peter Mooney was_l>e8t man and George Mulbauer and Raymond E th ier served as uahiera. Linda Azadlan was maid of honor and Susan Schwaner and Chris E thier w e ^ trldesm a lds. A reception was held, following the ceremony,-at Salty Bay Ya< Club. _Mlchaels, on Jan. 19, a t 2 pm, at .. the F irst Presbytman Church in Freeport. The bride was a 1971 g r a d u a t e - o f F reeport High SdiooLKathy Burke Was Maid of Honor and Bruce Michael Foes, best man. . ) U N D \ A B O U T (Continui i Manpower Office of Nassau County (other Freeportef, DR. JAMES S lit I the ;Board of Trustees', .representati ^duates interested in the Senate, wl Lhanism by which alumni can advise tl ■Trustees, should contact Dr. Hammer c 1. should write Room 104, Weller Hall, lead, N.Y. U550. JOIN THE c RUSADE of those work! i ARGARET. SZABNNIA to the-Jr. Olyrr jQregon. F reeporters should-benjrou^ 1 her. way to winning. more~and_mt •rhaUdnaDzhdnocsrintfencihg.- She^s-,. iwreational Fencing Program ...- fr e ■heir '•BucketBucks^recefitly-toielpdef p e n s i v e trip-Is-your organisation hel |1?AMES IN THE NEWS... WllXlAM J. ^uth Shore Federal Savings~and Loar ;wihtedJo..the 1975 Legislative Commi ^vongs Associations... And- a t Mam THOMAS F. THOMPSON, of 95 Craig Av« an assistant secretary in their Customer BlMird TennisTthe new monthly publical profiled JIM WEBBER, h ^ d pro at F TENNIS, in the December issue. WEBDE have put together the American- Amah tennis league for boys and gTrls. under ; consisting of teams playing out of “he colades among tennis buffs everywi HAROLD A. POST, has been named V.P, sales promotion of C.I.T. Corp. a n d C.1.1 wife, the former Helen M. Davis, now res I has another artist in ita midst: So. Ocean who does bird paintings and draw ing drawings and the front piece for thFre NEW^ORK STATE, by John Bull. A FLORAL TOEAT will await visitoj Coliseum, M arch 1-9. THE LONG ASSOCIATION is_a sponsor and its Pr FEILE and' you know that anything i NURSERY do is done extra -beautifull; T^X C u ts (Continued from Page 1 1211 N. Grand Ave. Baldwin I ! 435 Woodcleft Ave. fv : ' ■' Gifts foe Weddings • Showeis • Engagements A Full Line ol VILLAGE GATH SCENTED PRODUCTS Jewelry, Candles, Many Distinctive Gifts for Home, Bath WE CUSTOM MAKE ALL SIZES OF TABLES & ETAGERES in PEWTER, CHROh^, COPPER, BRASS METAL REFimHiNc 'sPECiALISTS Get a 10% DISCOUNT vdith this Ad ^ , “.The Brides Book of Etiquette” states that the issuing of the in vitations and announcements are the most tradition-bound of all the procedures connected with the- assessed at $17,600, req u e s tin g red v reduction of $7,600. 2 527 Atlantic .Ave., owned by Lim Frances A. and Francis J . -G fb' Ceravolo, 53 So. Grove St., at $ Freeport, assessed at $75,050, $2,3< Freeport, assessed at $75,050, requesting reduction of $55,050. Town and'HIrbbr'Apertments;— Rosi owned by the estate-of Marvin St., Lindner,—1161 M eadowbrook i ^ i Road; North Merrick, assessed a t _ 31 $823,650, requesting reduction ofliR o sf ,‘$517,650, Gro Long Island Trust Co., 60 reqi Sunrise Highway, owned by.Long __ _ M - Island Trust Co;, 82:SevenUrSt.r\\by € Garden City, assessed a t $170,430, Met requesting reduction of-$90,430. Mer Assessed valuation was $70,000 reqt for 1974. ' As •. Grove Stt^Freeport, assessed at- an | y :-^.150, requesting reduction of mor 378-7575 6 tt cSSCcTOTZat. RESTA URANT and LOUNGE Frdeport; LI.