Enid Gonzalez Engaged Obituaries
To George V. Hegedus
Mr. and Mrs. Efrain Gonzalez
of 34 Sullivan Road, Farm-ingdale,
have announced the engagement
of their daughter Enid,
to Specialist 5/ c George T. Hegedus,
United States Army and son
of Mrs. George V. Hegedus and
the late George Hegedus of Farm-ingdale.
Miss Gonzalez is a graduate
of Queen of the Rosary Academy
and is currently attending Adelphi
University, where she is majoring
in Sociology. She is also a
member of the Delta Gamma Sorority.
Mr. Hegedus is a graduate of
Farmingdale High School and attended
Clemson University. He
was associated with Reeves Instrument
Division, Garden City,
before entering military service.
He is currently stationed at Fort
Gordon, Georgia and will be attending
No date has been set for the
Donna Charpied Married
To Robert Menkert Jr.
Donna Charpied, of 53 Weiden
Street and Robert Merkert Jr.,
of 22 Taylor Drive, Farmingdale,
were united in marriage by
Father Basil at St. Kilian's R. C.
Church on Saturday, July 13.
The bride, given in marriage
by her father, was attired in
a long- sleeved silk organza gown
and carried a bouquet cascade
Pam Funk, sister of the bride
was matron of honor. Sharon
Van Nostrand, Judy Merkert and
Peggy Merkert acted as bridesmaids.
The bride, a graduate of
Farmingdale Senior High School,
Class of 1967, is employed as
a secretary with an electronic's
A reception was held at the
American Legion Hall, following
The couple honeymooned in
Daler Takes Religious Vows
Lawrence Gorman, of 24
Cinque Drive, Farmingdale, will
make his final profession of vows
this Saturday as a brother of the
Franciscan Friars of the Atonement,
popularly known as the
Brother Lawrence is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. James J. Gorman.
He has two brothers and a sister;
John J. Gorman stationed with
the United States Air Force in
Colorado Springs, and James J.
Gorman living in Bethpage, and
Mrs. Margaret Sullivan, residing
A graduate of St. Fidelis grammar
school in College Point, and
Flushing High School, Brother
Lawrence served with the United
States Army in Germany for two
years and was employed as an
accountant trainee with the General
Bronze Corporation, in Garden
City before entering the
Graymoor Brothers in 1961.
Brother Lawrence is presently
stationed at Graymoor headquarters,
Garrison, New York.
Barbara Panico In Starlet Contest
Barbara Panico, 17, of 42
Juniper St. Farmingdale, will compete
in the Miss American Starlet
Contest at Palisades Amusement
Park, New Jersey. The
contest is open to girls 17 through
25 and preliminaries are held
every Wednesday evening at Palisades
Amusement Park. Weekly
winners are selected to compete
in the contest's semi- finals which
will be held on Wednesday, August
Kathleen Robinson, age three,
of 5 Oak St., Farmingdale passed
away last Sunday, a victim of a
drowning accident at Taconic
Lake State Park. She is survived
by her parents, James and Mar-jorie
Robinson; sisters, Laura
and Linda; a brother, Robert
and her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Harre.
A Requiem Mass was said
at St. Kilian's R. C. Church on
Wednesday. Interment was in St.
Charles Cemetery. Funeral arrangements
were handled by the
McCourt and Trudden Funeral
Home in Farmingdale.
* * *
John Geremia, Sr. of 109 Plitt
Ave., South Farmingdale passed
away last Friday. He is survived
by his wife, Josephine; two daughters,
Sarah Trilling and Pamela
Finn; six sons, Nicholas,
Felix, John Jr., Daniel, Mario
and Frank; thirteen grandchildren
and one great grand- child.
A Requiem Mass was said at
St. Kilian's R. C. Church on Monday.
Interment followed in St.
Charles Cemetery. Funeral arrangements
were handled by the
Arthur White Funeral Home of
* * *
John Sarinick of 14 Sullivan
Rd., Farmingdale, passed
away on Sunday. He is survived
by his wife, Violet; four sons,
Brent, Boris, John Jr. and George
and four grandchildren.
A Requiem Mass was said at
St. Kilian's R. C. Church on
Wednesday, at 9: 30 a. m. Interment
was in St. Charles Cemetery.
The Arthur White Funeral
Home of Farmingdale handled
* * *
Madeline S. Duryea, age 84,
a resident of Farmingdale for
42 years passed away on July 23.
Funeral services will be held
on Friday at 2 p. m. from the
Arthur F. White funeral Home.
She formerly resided at 54
North Main Street, and more recently
She is a retired public school
She is survived by her sisters,
Laura C. Cords and Mrs. Mabel
Hold Hawaiian Luau
A Hawaiian luau was given by
Mr. and Mrs. Charles King of
19 Archer Ave., Farmingdale
Guests included Hawaiian and
Chinese relatives and friends
as well as members of Post
516 and ladies of the auxilary.
Entertainment was provided by
girls who entertain at the
Hawaiian room in the hotel Lexington,
King is the commander of the
V. F. W. Post 516 of Farmingdale.
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Laz-zaro
of West Babylon, announced
the birth of their first child,
Mrs. Lazzaro is the former
Joan Grant of S. Farmingdale
and Mr. Lazzaro is formerly of
ART IN THE GARDEN: Local artists displayed their paintings last Sunday at a party at 5 Chapin
Drive, West Farmingdale at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Roday. Reading from left to right is
Mrs. Ruth Roday, her husband Harry, Mrs. Jean Furco, Larry Goldschmidt and Sheila Rothenberg
who co- sponsor the event with Mrs. Roday. . Pokre. « i photo
Rotary Exchange Students
Fly Here and Home
A number of Farmingdale teenagers
flew off to foreign lands
this week and some Rotary Exchange
students who had stayed
here in Farmingdale went home.
Virgilio Falci flew back to
Belo Horizonte, Brazil. He stayed
with the Orrin B. Dows in North
Massapequa the first part of
the schoolyear and the later part
to Norman Krasnow of Farming-dale.
Joe 1 Rosenlicht of Farmingda le
returned from Argentina after a
year where he went to school.
Julia Accordo of 205 North
Boston Avenue, North Massapequa
flew to Santa Cruz, Bolivia.
Krasnow, as Farmingdale
Rotary Chairman of the Exchange
students, gave her a send- off
talk and presented her with
Farmingdale Rotary Club banners
to exchange with banners
from Rotary clubs in Bolivia,
as well as a booklet on the
history of Farmingdale, he suggested
that she take pictures of
her family and home and promised
to send her 30 slides of the
Farmingdale community that she
could show to South American
Rotary Clubs. He advised her to
' just be yourself' and you will
be a good will ambassador.
Another Farmingdale lad is
off to Japan as an exchange student.
He is Daniel Vencark.
Steven Levin is off to Sweden.
Francoise Dumont returned to Bel -
gium. She had spent her vacations
with the Dows.
Librarians at the Farmingdale
Public Library have a hard time
keeping up with Mary Jean Cor-bett,
age six of 205 Violet Street,
Massapequa Park. Mary Jean
who has been reading since she
was four and has breezed through
23 books of a nine or ten year
level in the one month of the Library's
Reading Club. The youngster
who will begin first grade
in September has already decided
that she will be a teacher.
To Pay Visit
The Nassau County Board of
Elections mobile registration
trailer will be in Bethpage this
week as part of a county- wide
voter registration drive.
While in Bethpage the trailer
will be based at the Bohack
parking lot by the railroad station
near Stewart Avenue. It will
be there til Saturday, July 27th.
On the week days it will be open
from 3 to 9 p. m. and on Saturday
from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m.
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Before you enlist either one's
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of his specialty. A psychiatrist
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specializes in diseases of the
mind. His training includes advanced
instruction in the diagnosis
and treatment of such illnesses
-- as well as the customary
training period of internship
and residency. A psychologist
is not a licensed physician,
though he may be called " doctor"
if he has earned a Ph. D. by pursuing
an extensive postgraduate
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LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Pursuant to Resolution # 897-
1964, please take notice that
SEALED BID PROPOSALS must
be received and stamped by the
Director of Purchasing, Town of
Oyster Bay, at his office located
at Town Hall, Audrey Ave., Oyster
Bay, N. Y., not later than
11: 00 A. M. prevailing time on
July 31,1968 following which time
bids will be publicly opened and
read, and the contract awarded as
soon thereafter as practical for:
Purchase of Requirements of
Lumber and Building Materials
for Various Town Departments
as specified in Bid Proposal
M & S 27- 68
Purchase of Various Items of
Flowers, Shrubs and Trees as
specified in Bid Proposal M & S
In accordance with detailed specifications
and proposal sheets
which may be obtained at the office
of the Director of Purchasing,
Town Hall, Oyster Bay, N. Y. on
Farmingdale OBSERVER, Thursday, July 25, 1968
and after July 22,1968 during regular
The Director reserves the right
to reject any or all bids, in whole
or in part, to waive any informality
in any or all bids, and to accept
the bid or part thereof deemed
most favorable to the Town
after all bids have been examined
and checked. No bid shall be withdrawn
for a period of 45 days after
being publicly opened and
read. RETURN TWO ( 2) PROPOSALS,
ORIGINAL AND ONE
( 1) DUPLICATE.
Bidders may bid on any one
of the above proposals, or such
parts as they can furnish, in accordance
with the proposal and
BY ORDER OF THE TOWN
BOARD OF OYSTER BAY
WILLIAM B. O'KEEFE
Dated: Oyster Bay, N. Y.
July 18, 1968
JAMES E. BAKER
DIRECTOR OF PURCHASING
# 589 IT Observer July 25,1968
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