Calling attention to the forthcoming St. Patrick's Card and Bunco
party for the benefit of St. Kilian's Parish to be held on Thursday,
March 14 for young people and on Friday, March 15 for adults are:
Sister Ellen Patrice, O. P. and fourth grader, Christopher La Porta.
Cub Pack Gives Awards
Cub Pack # 610, sponsored by
Norths ide School PTA celebrated
their Annual Blue and Gold Dinner
last Sunday, at St. Thomas
Episcopal Undercroft. New boys
inducted into the Pack included
Steven Sterbenz, Brian McGlynn
and Ron Sterbenz.
Awards were presented to the
following: Wolf Badges to David
Shircore, Chris Marino, Peter
V e r d e c c i a , Ted Pietrzak and
Robert Graziano, Bear Badges to
Roy Paiva; Webelos Awards to
John Allen, Scholarship, Engineer,
and Artist; James Stuart,
S p o r t s m a n ; James Graziano,
Sportsman; James Conneely, athlete.
Inducted into the Webelos
were Kevin Johnston and Steve
Cubmaster Ronald C. Shircore
complimented the Pack on its
growth since the last Blue and
Last year the Pack had only
two dens and 15 boys while presently
they have five dens, a
Webelos Den and 36 boys.
The highlight of the Dinner was
the performance of Red Thunder
Cloud, a Catawba Indian, with
Princess Pretty Pony and her
daughter Dancing Butterfly. They
danced, spoke of Indian customs,
and played games with those
The Anniversary Cake was donated
by Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Verdeccia, owners of the New
Seaman Apprentice Charles D.
Devries, USN, 18, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles F. Devries of 68
W. Oakstreet, Farmingdale. has
been graduated from nine weeks
of Navy basic training at the Naval
Training Center, Great Lakes,
Seaman Apprentice Thomas J.
Cianflone, USNR, 20, son of Mr.
Thomas D. Cianflone of 177 N.
Albany Ave., N. Massapequa, has
been graduated from nine weeks
of Navy basic training at the
Naval Training Center, Great
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Army Private Luke Palladino,
18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Palladino, 12 Locust Ave., East
Farmingdale, completed an
eight- week field artillery basic
course at Ft. Sill, Oklahoma.
Ginsberg Sees Need For
Assemblyman Martin Ginsberg
this week said the Long Island
Rail Road's request for a 10-
cent- per- mile fare hike points
up the need for his proposal that
a Commuter's Watchdog Committee
be established to oversee
all aspects of the line's operation.
" The announcement by the
Long Island Railroad that it has
asked the Metropolitan Transportation
Authority for permission
to raise fares, " Ginsberg
said, " makes establishment of a
watchdog committee imperative
and timely. The fact that the MT A
will act as both judge and jury as
to whether a fare hike is needed,
is added proof of the onesidedness
of the present operation."
Ginsberg noted that the LIRR
seemed to be adding insult to injury
by announcing the proposed
fare hike just one; week after the
MTA had announced grandoise
plans for vast futwre expansions
and improvements to the railroad.
According to Ginsberg, his
proposed watchdog committee
would have seven members from
Nassau and Suffolk counties, who
would be paid for meetings actually
attended. Two members
would represent the commuter,
Cadet Jerry Lanni of Farmingdale ( left) a member of Nassau
Composite Squadron V, Civil Air Patrol presents the squadrons
C. A. P. Certificate of Appreciation to Oyster Bay Town Super-visoi
Michael N. Petito. The Award was made in recognition of
the Supervisor's support of Civil Air Patrol activities.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT LICENSE NO. RL 5575
has been issued to the undersigned
under the Alcoholic Beverage
Control Law to sell beer,
liquor or wine at retail at 125
feet Northwest corner Hempstead
Turnpike on Stewart Avenue,
Bethpage, Nassau County,
New York for on- premises consumption.
Louis William Kunzig, dba
Five Corner's Restaurant
125 Ft. Northwest corner
Bethpage, New York
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT LICENSE NO. L 1882 has
been issued to the undersigned
under the Alcoholic Beverage
Control Law to sell liquor or
wine at retail at 328 Broadway,
Bethpage, Nassau County, New
York for off- premises consumption.
Charles Buttner, dba
Bethpage Wine and LiquorStore
Bethpage, New York
# 436 2T'Observer March 7, 14,-'
Philip Burden of 37 Kent Street,
South Farmingdale, passed away
on Sunday. He is survived by his
wife, Lillian and his daughters,
Marie Reinbold, Ellen Capic-chioni,
Philip J r . and foster son,
John Lachowicz. He is also survived
by eight grandchildren and
a sister, Helen Stacom and a
brother, Harry Burden.
A Requiem Mass was held on
Wednesday at St. Kilian's R. C.
Church. Interment followed at
Mount Olivet Cemetery at Mas-peth.
Funeral arrangements were
handled by the Arthur White Funeral
# 435 2T Observer March 7, 14-
Farmingdale OBSERVER, Thursday, March 7, 1968
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Mrs. Gluck Feted
On 75th Anniversary
Mrs. Marie Gluck of 56 Heiser
Lane, Farmingdale, was the honored
guest at a surprise 75th
Birthday Party given by h er
children and held recently
at Sunrise Village, Bellmore.
Mrs. Gluck has two sons, Angie
& Paul, one daughter, Mrs. Edna
Dein of Melville, N. Y. and four
grandchildren, Lynday & Robert
Gluck and Susan andTracey Dien
Those attending the celebration
were: Mrs. Mary Gluck; Mr.
& Mrs. K. Gluck; daughter Lynda
and son Robert; Paul Gluck; and
Mr. and Mrs. E. Dein anddaugh-ters
Lynda and Tracey of Melville;
Mrs. H. Steinke; Mr. William
Steinke of Far Rockaway;
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Steinke of
West Islip; Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Steinke, Valley Stream; Mrs.
Mary Loser; Mr. and Mrs. R.
Loser, Ridgewood; Mr. and Mrs.
H. Minke; Mr. and Mrs. A. Voll,
Farmingdale; Mr. and Mrs. S.
Teta, Farmingdale; Mrs. M.
Danielson and Mrs. William C.
Allinger of Bethpage.
Private Robert T. Kemp, 20,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Kemp, 25 Bruce Lane, Farming-dale,
completed a combat surveillance
repair course March 1 at the
Army Signal School, Ft. Monmouth,
Three Farmingdale seniors
who attend Chaminade High SchoDl
were named recipients of New
York State Regents Scholarship.
They are: James H. Bannon of
10 Alexander Drive; Robert
A. Raffaele of 26 Sullivan Avenue
and Kevin Jc Ingram of 37
Allen Slade, of 110 Lockwood
Ave., Farmingdale, has been a c cepted
at Bloomfield College,
Bloomfield, New Jersey.
one would represent the MTA
and four would be legislators
chosen on a bi- partisan basis.
The legislators would be named
by the Governor and approved by
" The Commuter's Watchdog
Committee," said Ginsberg,
* ' would be charged with constant
surveillance of the LIRR. It would
be empowered to investigate all
aspects of road operation with a
basic premise of protecting the
commuter. Until such a committee
or a similar one is established,
I see no reason at all for
a fare increase. It is not warranted
now nor in the foreseeable
Mary Schlienz, age 66, of 29
Iroquois Place, Farmingdale,
passed away on Monday.
She is survived by her husband
Walter and her children,
Rosemarie Seewagen and Joseph
Tomic and fivegrandchildrenand
three great grandchildren.
She is also survived by her
sister Rose Obenauf.
A Requiem Mass will be held
at St. Kilians R. C. Church on
Friday, March 8 at 9: 30 p. m.
Interment will follow at St.
Charles Cemetery, Pinelawn.
Funeral arrangements are under
the direction of the Arthur
F. White Funeral Home.
Barbara Vohs Winner
In Junior League Contest
Miss Barbara Vohs, of 58 Colonial
Drive, Farmingdale, was
chosen the winner in the recent
Farmingdale Junior League
dress contest, by creating and
sewing a dress and coat ensemble.
Miss Vohs, a senior at
Farmingdale Senior High School,
will pursue a career in fashion
in September at the Fashion Institute
of New York.
Holy Name Slates Twin Events
On Sunday, March 10th, the
members of the St. Kilian Holy
Name Society will attend the
8: 15 A. M. Mass and all men of
the parish are urged to be among
The Monday evening meeting,
which starts at 8: 30 P. M. in the
old school auditorium, will have
an International Night as its feature
event. For this purpose, a
United Nations Nigerian representative
will be the guest speake
r . Because of its international
overtines, guest representatives
from various religious and political
organizations in Farmingdale
are being invited. All men of the
parish are urged to be present.
Slate Joint Communion Breakfast
The combined Holy Name and
Nocturnal Adoration Societies of
St. Kilian's Church will hold their
Annual Communion Breakfast on
Goor To Be Honored
Jack Goor, immediate past-president
of the Farmingdale
Youth Council will be honored
for his service to the youth of
Farmingdale at a testimonial
dinner to be held on Thursday,
April 4. at Holiday Manor, Bethpage.
Sunday March 24th in the new
school cafeteria following 6: 30
Committee For Exceptional
Children Slates Meeting
The Farmingdale Committee
a meeting on Wednesday, March
13, in the Faculty Room at Parkway
Oaks Elementary School,
at 8: 30 P. M.
Guest speakers will be Miss
Miriam Finkelstein, Guidance
Counselor and Mrs. Janet Oehler,
Remedial Reading teacher.
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Robert R. Coles ( left), noted historian on Long Island Indians
shows Farmingdale- Bethpage Historical Society President Gregory
Carman points on Long Island map where Indian memorabilia
has been found. Coles was the guest speaker at the meeting held by
the Society on Sunday at the South Farmingdale Library.
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lecturer on Vietnam, guest speaker with color slide
presentation at Vietnam Assistance Committee of |
Farmingdale meeting, Albany Avenue School.
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