Dr. Albert Meyerstein Joins Panel
Of TOB Narcotics Bureau
Pretty Linda McGlone, a housewife, of 60 Clinton Street, Farm-ingdale,
was crowned " Miss Day in the Sun" and cited for outstanding
achievement irfovercoming difficulties as an amputee and
achieving a successful, balanced life. The award was presented
during the Institute for the Crippled and Disabled's 50th Anniversary
boatride, the 38th annual Hudson River cruise.
Florence Nlottoy To Wed
Herbert J. Munao
Florence Molloy of 14Langdon
Road, Farmingdale and Herbert
J. Munoo of Williston Park, will
be united in marriage on Saturday,
July 8 at St. James R. C.
A reception will be held at the
Bethpage Country Club following
the ceremony. The couple will
Two Farmingdale residents,
John J. Ammann and Mafalda M.
Rigolini, are included in agrouj)
of 65 who are being honored during
June for long- time service
with Grumman Aircraft Engineering
Corporation of Bethpage.
Both Ammann and Mafalda Rigolini
will be presented with engraved
watches in recognition of
their long association with the
Company, and also honored later
tiiis year at the annual ' Quarter
Century Club" luncheon. Mafalda,
incidentally, is distinguished
by the fact that she is
one of three women on this
month's service honor roll.
Ammann resides ; at 18 Lillian
Place and Mafalda at 21 Duane
honeymoon in Los Angeles, California.
After their return they
will reside at 14 Langdon Road.
A blue ribbon panel of educators,
physicians and experts
in narcotics education has been
chosen to comprise the Oyster
Bay Town's Narcotics Education
Speakers Bureau, Councilman
Ralph J. Marino announced this
Marino said F. Remington Furlong,
Town Narcotics Education
Coordinator, has submitted
a list of ten top speakers encompassing
who will be made available to
address school and parent groups
on the evils of narcotics addiction
and attempt to educate both
the students and their parents
and teachers on techniques to
prevent addiction or involvement
" We feel that students from
the seventh grade and higher
should be apprised of the illegal
use of drugs and its contingent
problems of stifling the growth,
education and future of our
youth," said Marino.
He cited a recent communication
from Ithaca College which
called the spreading of illegal
drugs on college campuses " of
such magnitude as to be considered
" By reaching down to the junior
high and senior high school
levels, we hope to communicate
with our youth and those involved
with their development on the
dangers and evils of drug addiction."
The Speakers Bureau consists
of: former County Court Judge
Michael M. D'Auria of Plain-view;
Dr. Albert Meyerstein,
Farmingdale school physician;
James McKenna, Director of
pupil personnel at the Plain-view-
Old Bethpage school district;
Dr. Stanley Teitel, a
psychologist with the Nassau
County Psychological Association;
Michael Bernardo, a Plain-view
health teacher; Mrs. Betty
Garrison, Hicksville school district
nurse supervisor; Stanley
Brown, a Syosset pharmacist;
Joseph Rogoff, an Old Bethpage
health teacher, Dr. Keith M.
Schneider, a New Hyde Park
physician and James C. Arvan-itis,
Oyster Bay Town recreation
I Donald Trudden, President of the Kiwanis Club of Farmingdale,
is pictured presenting a plaque to Mrs. Shirley Eysmann as a
token of appreciation for outstanding service as president of the
Kiwanettes during the past year. Mrs. Eysmann was installed for
a second year at a dinner held last Saturday, along with other
officers, Mrs. Donald Trudden, Vice- President; Mrs. Anton Kaiser,
Secretary, and Mrs. Jerry Marcus, Treasurer.
END OF THE YEAR
388 Fulton St., Box 605
rarmingdale, L . I . , N. Y. 11735
516 CHapel 9- 1490
Why do twice as many animal lovers get their
auto loans at First National City?
Wine & Liquor
LIC. L- 1882
328 Broadway, Bethpage
( opp. A8iP)
WE 1- 0680
First National City makes more
than twice as many auto loans as
any other bank in the area. To twice
as many animal lovers. To twice as
many people who don't love animals.
To twice as many everybody. For
the smartest reasons around.
Reason No. 1: money- saving
rates. We can save you real money
over many other financing plans.
Maybe $ 100, maybe even more. And
what you save can buy you a lot of
gasoline. Worthwhile? You bet.
Reason No. 2: fast action. We
make the fastest loans in town.
Reason No. 3: flexibility. We'll
even approve your loan before you
go car shopping. And what's nicer
than that ' Tve- got- the- money- in-my-
pocket" feeling when you're
looking for a car?
Reason No. 4: real convenience.
Why go miles out of your way?
First National City has a branch
right near where you live or work.
Reason No. 5: professional know-how.
We make more than twice as
many loans as any other bank, and
we've been doing it longer.
Reason No. 6: wide- awake service.
We'll even start your auto- loan
application by phone. All you have
to do is dial ( 212) 559- 3333.
If you're getting a yen for a new or
used car, call us or come see us.
Any branch. We're not hard to do
FIRST NATIONAL CITY
... the only bank your family ever needs
NOW 18 CONVENIENT BRANCHES IN NASSAU, INCLUDING
250 Conklin Street
Come in and- meet Frank Sixt, Manager
or cal 1 him at 69^- 7600
Farmingdale OBSERVER Thursday, June 29, 1967 Page 9
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