30 Daler High School Students
Cited For High Performances
Youth Council Announces Winter Program
Letters of C o m m e n d a t i on
honoring them for their high
performance on the 1968 National
Merit Scholarship Quali fy i n g
Test have been awarded ito 30
students at Farmingdale High
School, Principal John A. McLennan
Those named Commended
students are: . Joseph I. Axelkco,
Mark O. Rraunstein; Marilyn C.
Cantor; Michael L. Cifaldi;
Roberta Ourmarm; Gail A. Eisen-kraft;
Justin R. Fallon; Laura
G. Genua; Christion J. Goulding;
John Guarino; RruceS. Klutchko;
Ark E. Lehman; MarkS. Lishan-sky;
Annette M. Marino; Edward
Markowitz; Deirdre J. McGuire;
Natalie E. Meisler; Joseph W.
Pfrangle; Stefan Rosenberger;
Christine T. Salita; Nancy
Schmitt; Stacey L. Schneider;
Michal B. Slansky; Daniel Spec-tor;
Terrence J. Sweeney; Carol
A. Vigliatore; Mary Walters;
Larry C. Warehime; Robin Weis-er;
Harvey J. Wolkoff.
They are among 39,000 students
in the United States who
scored in the upper two percent
of those who will graduate from
high school 1969.
Report Robberies To Police
The Putt Putt Golf Course at
24 Hempstead Turnpike reported
the burglary of $ 151 in currency.
Charles Botsch, of the Botsch
Real Estate firm at 4600 Hempstead
Turnpike, reported to
Eighth Precinct police the burglary
of a radio and a trans-corder.
F. ntry was gained through
an unlocked rear window.
Charged With Grand Larceny
Gary Gasten, 22, employed at
a gas station at 776 Fulton Street,
was arrested thrs week and
charged with grand
$ 460 in currency.
Two Youths Arrested For Drug Possession
Robert Leone, 17, of 32 Fifth
Avenue, South Farmingdale and
Anthony Ma/ za, 17, of 25 May-nard
Drive, South Farmingdale,
were arrested at Elizabeth and
Conklin Streets and charged with
possession of a dangerous drug.
FACT Slates Meeting
The Farmingdale Action Committee
for Truth, fact, will hold a
meeting on Thursday, October 17
at Mill Lane . Ir. High School at
8: 30 p. m. Among the speakers
will be a former undercover
agent who infiltrated the John
Birch Society. A film on how
' extremist organizations work'
will also be shown.
Admission is free.
VAC Asks For Assistance
The Viet Nam Assistance Committee
has undertaken a " Jar in
a Bar" IVogram Farmingdale
cocktail lounges are asked to
place a container in their place of
The Viet Nam Assistance Committee
sends packages to Farm-in^
dale's adopted Army Unit in
Viet Nam and also monthly boxes
to Farmingdale men serving
The Committee needs volunteers
so it may continue its
work. All are invited to attend
The next meeting of the group
will be held on Monday, November
4, at 8: 30 in the Faculty
Room of the Albany Avenue
School. kL J
Waites To Highlight PTA Meeting
Marian and Donald Waite will
be guest speakers at the Tuesday,
October 15th Northside
P. T. A, meeting scheduled for
8: 15 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Waite will
show slides and discuss their
recent trip to the Balkans. For
the past 2 years they have shown,
at our meetings, excellent slides
of Alaska and parts of Europe.
Committee To Meet
The Farmingdale Committee
for Exceptional Children, will
hold their second meeting of the
season on Monday, October 14,
Two excellent films, dealing
with a study of mental retardation
and future job possibilities
will be shown. The meeting will
be held at the Branch Library,
South Farmingdale, at 8: 00 p. m.
Refreshments will be served. The
public is invited.
Director of Recreation, Tony
Tonachio, has announced that
eight public schools in the Farmingdale
School District will be
used as neighborhood recreation
centers in the Farmingdale Youth
Council's Winter Recreation Program.
The centers at Main Street,
Woodward Parkway, Parkway
Oaks, Northside, Albany Avenue,
Mill Lane and Weldon E.' Howitt
schools will be open from 9: 30
a. m. to 12: 30 p. m. on Saturdays
beginning Saturday, November 2.
Activities will be available to
children in grades 3 to 9 and include
basketball, touch football,
arts and crafts, dancing, gymnastics,
volleyball, sports clinics,
table tennis, special trips,
baton twirling, wrestling and
leadup games. In addition other
activities will be offered to students
in the program. Among
them are: special trips, tennis
instruction, recreation leadership
courses, ice skating, skiing,
teen dances and swimming instruction.
Special trips to various places
of interest such as a boat trip
around Manhattan, Hayden Planetarium,
Town Hall Theatre Playhouse,
Skiing, Museum of Natural
History, Hall of Science, Coney
Island Aquarium and athletic
events have been planned and will
be conducted on a self- sustaining
Parents and students will be informed
of the Youth Council's
Special Trip schedule.
Students in grades 9 through 12
interested in recreation will be
offered the opportunity of participating
in the Youth Council's recreation
Leadership Course. Students
will attend a Methods and
Materials Recreation Leadership
Course on Monday evenings for
a total of 12 sessions. Students
will also be assigned to neighboring
recreation centers on Saturday
mornings for field work experience.
Those completing the
Party Scheduled By VFW
Ladies Auxi liary
A gala masquerade party and
buffet supper is planned for
Saturday, October 19, starting at
9 p. m. at the V. F. W. Hall, 645
South Main St., Farmingdale,
under the sponsorship of the
Ladies Auxiliary of the V. F. W.
George Benkert J r . Post # 516.
Costume is optional and costume
prizes will be awarded.
Donation is $ 4.00 per person.
Tickets and table reservations
may be obtained by contacting
Mrs. Thomas Ryan at CHapel 9-
Women's Club Readies Fall Programs
Cliairman, Mrs. John Purcell,
presented methods to stimulate
interest in club activities.
Through posters, exhibits and
and talks, members were enticed
to join in club activities, from
Books and Bridge to ( lourmet
cooking, Sewing and Theater- go-
The Women's Club of Farm-iiigdalc
liave made plans for a
^ ala Luncheon and Bridge to be
held at liethpage Country Club
on Thursday October 17 at 12: 30
p. m. Way and Means Cliairman
Mrs. John Monaghan announced
that there will " be a host of
Tickets are available from
Mrs. Monaghan and her committee:
Mrs. Leland Berlette,
Mrs. Walter Conde, Mrs. Harlow
Dunton, Mrs. Roland Olsew-ski
and Mrs. George Pitarra.
After a Finger Luncheon at
last Thursday's meeting, served
by Mrs. Arthur White and her
committe, President Mrs. John
Gillies conducted the business
Program Chairman, Mrs.
Harold vonllasseln and Activities
In a close game, the undefeated
men's bowling team of the
Farmingdale Office of Bankers
Trust Company demonstrated
their superiority over the challenging
women's team from the
same office at the Maywood
Alleys last Tuesday. The final
score was 2,621 pins for the
men and 2,612 for the women.
LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE
BOARD OF APPEALS
Regular meeting of the Board
of Appeals, Town of Oyster Bay,
will be held in the Town Board
Hearing Room, Town Hall, Oyster
Bay, on Thursday, October
17, 1968 at 8: 00 p. m.
CASE # 68- 507
A PPELLANT-- Frederick Lamb,
2 Third Avenue, Farmingdale,
c/ o Lawrnece A. Penny, 11
Halter Lane, Levittown.
SUBJECT-- Variance to erect an
Formingdale OBSERVER -
course with a satisfactory rating
will be eligible to apply for salaried
positions with the Youth
Council's Summer and Winter
programs. The course begins on
Monday, October 14th at the Weldon
E. Howitt J r . High School at
7: 30 p. m.
Tennis instruction! for beginners
and experienced tennis players
of junior and senior high
school age will be offered by the
Youth Council during the months
of April, May and June 1969.
The program will be held at the
Mill Lane J r . High School.
A Physical Fitness meet will
be held for boys and girls in
grades 4 through 9 on Saturday,
February 15. Each recreation
center will be represented by its
physical fitness champions and
will compete for top honors on a
school district level.
ICE SKATING AND SKIING
Boys and girls in grades 3
addition having one less side
yard than the Ordinance requires.
LOCATION- South side of Third
Avenue, 530 ft. east of Woodward
BY ORDER OF THE
BOARD OF APPEALS
Town of Oyster Bay
Raymond R, Schoepflin,
OYSTER BAY, NEW YORK
OCTOBER 7, 1968
# 664 IT Observer October 10,
Thursday, October 10, 1968
by David BudoH & Sol Elbaum,
We all assume that speaking
is quite a simple function because
most everyone speaks. But
no process performed by human
beings is more complex. It is
not surprising, therefore, that
youngsters with speech problems
make up our largest group of
exceptional children. The need
for speech therapy is great. Many
schools have no speech programs
to speak of, and in those that
do, the speech- handicapped child
receives only one or two brief
sessions per week. As a result,
much of the responsibility
for helping children to overcome
speech handicaps rests with the
Don't take this problem lightly.
Equal consideration should be
given to the selection of a
pharmacist. Come to MOBY
DRUGS, 226 Main St. for complete
prescription service. Free
Delivery. TelCH 9- 0268. Sundry
Dept. includes cards, cosmetics,
film, baby needs & more.
HELPFUL HINT: Mend rubber
gloves with moleskin foot
plaster, usually used for corns
through 9 will have the opportunity
to participate in an ice
skating program at one of the
Town of Oyster Bay's Community
Parks. The program will take
place on Saturday afternoons on a
self- sustaining basis and will Include
Plans for one day skiing trips
have been finalized for junior high
school boys and girls.
Red Cross swimming instruction
is being given at a nearby
swimming pool on Saturday mornings
throughout the fall and
winter. Children in grades 3
through 6 may enroll for the seven
week course. Registration will be
held at the Mill Lane J r . High
School on Saturday, November 9th
from 1 to 3 p. m
Recreation Center programs
for senior high school students
will be announced during November.
Phil has encouraged commerce and industry in Oyster
Bay. With his business background in college and
graduate school, he feels, that properly placed, commerce
and industry can develop needed income for the
tOW"" V0TE REPUBLICAN AND CONSERVATIVE
ELECT HEALEY. TOWN COUNCILMAN - TOWN OF
OYSTER BAY - REPUBLICAN & CONSERVATIVE.
Paid t> y Committee for l l e a l e y — P . Landi, Chairman
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