Long Island Memories
Senior High Mill Lane, Howitt
Ready For Model Congress
FurmingdbJe Sndor High
School, Mill Lane and Wddon
I lowitt Junior High Schools will
be among the 63 secondary
schools from each of the New
England Stales and New York
State lewcseuBBd at Model Congress
at American international
College, Springfield, Massachusetts
on March 21— 23.
The rarmtegdate High School
delegates to the 2* h annual Model
Congress wffl be Barry Gottlieb,
Mitchell Saposnick, Gary Appel
and Jfll Urhanis.
Delegates from Mfll Lane High
School will be Peter Pavarini,
William Wright, Dabra Carlin
and Dabra Woodford.
Delegates Dram Weldon Howitt
High School wffl be Steve Lishan-sky,
Michael Baron Eric Waters
and Steve Meisner.
Congressman Gerald R. Ford
of Michigan, minority leader in
the United States House of Representatives,
will be the keynote
speaker Friday morning, March
22. He will be presented an honorary
doctoral degree and deliver
the keynote address.
Meleshka Awarded First Plaee
In Library Photography Contest
Alexander Meleshka, of 20 Hotsom received second and third
Regma Road, Farnringdale was place awards and will be cited
the first place winner of the this Saturday at 3: 00 pjn. when
Farndngdale Poblic Ubrary Harry Gocho, President of
photography contest. Yashica Camera Corporation will
Stansky and David S. make the awards.
Teen Talent Winners Announced
By St. Kalian's
Junior League Bake
Sole To Aid VAC
A Bake Sale, sponsored by the
Farmingdale Junior League, will
be held to benefit the Vietnam Assistance
Committee of Farming-dale
Inc. on Saturday, February
10 beginning at 9: 30 a. m. at the
Farmingdale Meat Market, 210
Main Street, Farmingdale.
Plans Teen Dance
The Squires Circle will hold
a Washington's Birthday Teen
Dance, on Wednesday evening,
February 21 at the Knights
of Columbus Hall, Farmingdale.
Music will be provided by the
'' Plastic Dream".
Tickets, priced at 75c\ will be
sold at the door. Advance
reservations may be made by
contacting Joseph Magliato, K
of C Youth Activities Chairman,
at CH 9- 5516.
VAC Slates Valentine's Day
Military Bridge Benefit
The Vietnam Assistance Committee
of Farmingdale will hold
a Valentines Day Military Bridge
on Wednesday, February 14 at
8: 30 p. m. at the Knights of Columbus
President Alton Lamphere
urges residents to treat their
Valentines to an evening of fun
and prizes and adds that a
knowledge of card playing is
not necessary in order to play
Tickets are priced at $ 1.50
per person and may be purchased
that evening at the door. The
proceeds of this project will
be used to purchase and mail
articles to the men of the 4th
Batallion, 9th Infantry Manchu,
25th Infantry Division, the
United States Army unit of
servicemen in Vietnam, adopted
by the citizens of Farmingdale.
Further information may be
had by contacting Mrs. Douglas
Scott at CHapel 9- 6544.
Two CAP Cadets Selected For King
And Queen Competition
Two students from Farming-dale
High School, members of
Nassau Composite Squadron V,
Civil Air Patrol, have been
elected by their fellow cadets to
represent the Squadron at the
Seventh Annual Cadet Ball
planned for Saturday, February
10th. The cadets, Ann Rosenbrock
and Jerry Lanni will compete
against representatives from 20
other Long Island Group C. A. P.
Squadrons for the title of " King
and Queen" of the dance.
The annual ball, sponsored
by Nassau Composite Squadron in
Seaford, will be held at the Son's
of Italy Hall. Attendance is not
limited to Civil Air Patrol
Finalizes Budget Youth Board To Honor Big Brothers
Contestants of the St. Kalian* s
Parish entries into the CYO's
Diocesan- wide TeenTalentCom-peiition
were judged last week.
Winers were: Marilyn Leone,
ballet; Peggy Merkert and Diane
Kubino, dance duo; Deborah Val-asek,
tap dance; Eileen Mc-
Inerney. painist; Garry Wilhelm.
pianist; Diane. John and Haines
Achenbach. foBi singers; Laura
Genua, dramatic presentation;
Mary Doyle and Linda Seher.
guitarist and folk singer; Janice
Leone ballet and a combo called
the Ultra- Violet Kumouats.
The Judging was performed by
Mrs. F. Mellon of the Plainedge
Cultural Arts program; Mrs. F.
Mellon of the Plainedge Cultural
Arts program; Mrs. F. Jankow-ski
and Mrs. R. Cody of the Farmingdale
Cultural Arts Program
and H. Wilhelm, music teacher.
A discussion on the proposed
1968- 69 budget will highlight the
next meeting of the Farmingdale
Youth Council which will take
place on Tuesday, February 13,
at 8: 30 p. m. at Village Hall.
The proposed 1968- 69 budget
will be discussed. All interested
residents are urged to attend.
The Farmingdale Youth Board
will honor Big Brothers and Big
Sisters at its third annual Youth
Board dinner, Wednesday, February
21, at 7: 30 p. m. at the
Tickets priced at $ 6.00 per
person may be purchased by
calling either Frank DeTom-maso
at CH 9- 3114, or Mrs.
Rose Foucek, at CH 9- 0298.
Pauline DeVine Passes On
William Penn, High School
Student Passes On
Pauline DeVine of Huntington
Station, formerly a Farmingdale
resident passed on on Sunday.
She is survived by her children,
Mrs. Margaret Grube,
Owen, Robert, Mrs. Pauline Pel-legrino
and Mrs. Muriel McLear
and by 15 grandchildren.
Religious services were held
on Wednesday at the Arthur F.
White Funeral Home with the Rev.
Bernhardt Bohrer of St. Luke's
Lutheran Church officiating.
William Antonio Perm, 16 years
of age, who was a member of the
11th grade at the Farmingdale
Senior High School and a resident
of 85 Monroe Street, Amityville
passed on last Saturday.
The well liked young man had
come from the Dominican Republic
18 months ago and was making
an outstanding adjustment to anew
environment and a different language,
according to the faculty at
the high school. " He set an example
for many students."
He is survived by his mother
and a sister Anna in the 12th
grade. Mass was said at Our
Lady of Lourdes R. C. Church
in Massapequa Park. Many students
and faculty attended the
Wit H°' y N a m e T° AnCni School Board Goes to Albany
Mass In Group
St. Kilian Holy Name will attend
the 8: 15 a. m. Mass this
Sunday in a group in the new
School Auditorium. The men will
assemble in the school lobby
prior to the service.
On Monday evening the group
will sponsor a Father and Daughter
Night. Entertainment will be
furnished by the Holy Name Players.
Refreshment will be served
and prizes will be awarded to the
Fathers' Valentine Partners. The
event will begin at 8: 30 p. m.
and will be held in the old School
A. Terry Weathers, School Finance
Committee Chairman of
the Nassau Suffolk School Boards
Association and Farmingdale
Board of Education Trustee and
Thomas Lavan, representing the
District 22 Board of Education
went to Albany on Wednesday to
present their views to the legislative
They both urged that the legislature
approve a $ 800 per pupil
ceiling for aid. Weathers stated,
" A $ 66 per pupil increase in
the operating aid ceiling Lorn
$ 660 to $ 726 will no more meet
our needs this year than a dime
will get you a ride on the subway,
or get you a loaf of bread, or a
quart of milk, or even a Sunday
newspaper." Weathers continued,
" Such an inadequate increase
would have a restrictive effect
on our educational programs,
would bring unwarranted tension
to already difficult staff salary
negotiations and would add again
to the already overloaded local
Weathers emphasized that the
State's strong, broad, ability-to-
pay tax base was far more
equitable than the local property
Mrs. Lucille Goulding, Board
President stayed in die District
due to the bus strike situation.
some of the nejhtfal • » • oa vfewat the " Art Gallery at
the Top of the Stairs" at the Beau Sejour Restaurant, Betfapage
is Mildred lamfan Mrs. Landau, oil painting instructor in the
Farmingdale Adult Education program and Leader of the Farming-dale
Senior Citizens is on hand Monday, Friday and Sunday
afternoons at the gallery.
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10. 9: 30 a. m. on. Bake
Sale, sponsored by the Farmingdale Junior
League to benefit Vietnam Assistance Committee
( VAC), 210 Main Street, Fanuingdale.
Look tor tuis Community Calendar each week.
A public service from your community dry cleoner.
Drive In — Plenty of
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Farmingdale OBSERVER, Thursday, February 8, 1968
BOXED CANDY VALENTINE GIFTS
Complete Line Greeting Cards
For All The Family &
Valentine Paper Items
( AINST., FARMINGDALE
MY 4- 0488
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