Hawk Teams Like Travel
As They Cop Five Wins
Tbe F* raii « dafe HAWKS
the 1967 season with an
dispbgp of oflcnsrneand
football when all five
trxveliqg teams were Victorians.
The Peant Hawks beat the
SvoKset Spartans 28- « in a gone
iwarted toy sharp exec alien by
the Hawk offense. The lone
Spartan score came when their
linebacker jcuuped np a
and n n 30 yds for a
Tbe defensive fine was ontstand-in&,
nnrticnflariy Bnadrnj and
cm mns of 4 i and 12 yds by
Gemrsbaefc, a 30 yard stand by
HnsMon and a immmt by FarreD.
Geiersback scored three of the
extra points with Doha accoant-ing
for the last. Particular credft
goes to the right side of the offensive
fine led bjDeisler, Keats
ing holes all day. Tbe HAWKS
gained 344 yds on tbe g u l l
with Gemrsbaefc carrying for a
total of 227 yds on 14 carries
for a 16L2 average.
Tbe Fee Wee Hawks smothered
Floral Park by a 26- 0 count.
fid Hamel took the kickoff on
his 35 yd line and raced 65
yds to accord. Loo Mangieri,
Hawk unaitrinerk called a fine
game baffling the Indian defense
and wmWing Kevin Waters to
ran wild, scoring three times.
Mangieri, KikkaT and Margo recovered
fnrnbles and Ken Bau-imercepted
a key pass
to lead the defense.
The JV Hawk 12- 0 win over the
Bethpage Fambers was highlighted
by the spirited defensive
play of the entire defensive mat.
Bethpage never succeeded in
penetrating beyond the Hawks
30 yard fine.
Tbe winner scored in the first
quarter on a power sweep by De-fiberti
good for 15 yards and the
touchdown. The HHIajage defense
stiffened until the fourth
quarter when quarterback Dolan
led the Dalers on a sustained
drive downfield, culimi rating in
a " picture pass** over center to
Kei| y for seven yards and a score
with less then two minutes re—
McCloskey Asks For
Better Lottery Break
" The state lottery i s am need
Of a major meconscroctioDii if it
i s to survive to aid edncatsaBL."*
according to Assenddvman Fram—
" The right to gamble i s now
Sully established constitutionally.
However, the present form of
the stale lattery does not give
the average cirizrm ewimaja opportunity
to participate, and die
chanre to benefit from that right
as fully as cam fee made possible
vritfa changes in the law/" Mc-
The per cent d money to he
discributed as prize money should
he increased from 30% to 40%.
Theme i s no established form of
governmenf- ojueiated lottery in
the nations of die world where
tile * w sarin ami* JWI in prizes i s less
dam 40% of die gross » « •*•—•
collected. This increase wauM
f"*^ die system to distribute
more prizes and dierefoy give
tine participants more favorable
" The tottery law should he
changed to tower die allowance
of up to 1556 for expenses. This
i s a carte blanrhr for loading
of uaww anjajaji a espouses- The
per cent for expenses should
decrease as die gross annM increase.
The largest eapeawB is
getting die lottery off the ground.
The expense ratio to the volume
of tickets sold should decrease
as titat volume increases."
The most important adjustment
to be made is in the price of the
tickets. This should be reduced
to 50 cents — possibly 25 cents
— to permit the lower- income
people to participate. Government
does not set a minimum
price on die movies to keep the
lower- income people out. Why
should it do so in tins legitimate
pleasure? Is hope a luxury only
for those wim folding money to
" Tt i s well founded from ex-perince
of government lotteries
in nations titroughout die world
tint if the price of a lottery ticket
i s put widnn reach of the lower-income
people, money is drawn
off from illegal lotteries. In Israel,
dm price of a lottery ticket
i s equivalent to 33 American
cents, and in Germany 15 cents.
Why should we be different?
I endorse fully die expansion of
the mnroher and kinds of establishments
to sell lottery tickets, so
long as they are government- con-troOed."
* Tn short, we should have a,
lattery of, by, and for all the'
people," McCloskey concluded?
The Midget HAWKS displayed a
strong running attack to beat
Syosset 26- 13, scoring in every
quarter to beat a stubborn Spartan
team 26- 13. The offensive
line, ledbySalAmbrosio and Alan
Steiner opened the holes for Jim
Teatom, Steve Getter and Mike
Donovan. Jim Teatom scored
three times including a fine 45
yard off- tackle slant. Steve
Getter accounted for the other
score with Brian Clinton and
Steve Getter scoring the extra
points. Tbe defensive team led by
Mike Donovan, Joe Paresi and
Joe Wilhelm held a well touted
Spartan team to one touchdown in
The Seniors took West Islip
into tow early in the first quarter
and the game turned into a 44- 0
route. Bob Seele scored four
times and blocked with devastating
effect. Willie Walsh and Paul
Gabriel also scored.
Next week the senior Hawks
take on the Metropolitan Junior
Bantam Champs when Massa-pequa
comes to the Weldon E.
Howitt field at 1: 30 p. m.
Seaman Recruit Kenneth R,
James, USN, 19, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert F. James of 39Rad-cliffe
Ave., Farmingdale, has
been graduated from nine weeks
of Navy basic training at the Naval
Training Center at Great Lakes,
* * *
Radarman Seaman Apprentice
Harry B. Cook USN, son of Mr,
and Mrs. Harry B. Cook of 13
Locust Ave., Farmingdale, has
completed the 16- week basic
Radarman School at the U. S.
Naval Training Center, Great
* * *
Airman Stewart C. Kaplan, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Kaplan
of 21 Cheryl Lane North, Farmingdale,
has completed basic
training at Lackland Air Force
Base, Texas. He has been assigned
to the Air Force Technical
Training Center at Sheppard Air
Force Base, Texas for specialized
schooling as a medical services
specialist. Airman Kaplan is
a 1966 graduate of Farmingdale
Senior High School.
* * *
Airman Walter D. Kehrer, son
of Mrs. Florence E. Kehrer of 19
Locust Ave., East Farmingdale,
has completed basic training at
Amarillo Air Force Base, Texas.
He has been assigned to the Air
Force Technical Training Center
at Chanute AFB, 111., for specialized
schooling as an aircraft
Airman Kehrer is a 1966 graduate
of Farmingdale Senior High
Edward Wilson, ( left), and his son, Donald, owners of Beau
SeJDur, Bethpage, and Mildred E. Landau of Massapeaua, president
of the Stodent Art Society, admire The Banana Boat, one of
the hundred nahdmgs being selected for the Outdoor Exhibit and
Sam to be held on the grounds of Beau Sejour on Sunday, October
1 from 1 PJHL til dark. A portion of the proceeds will go to the
Senior- Citizens of FarmbnjBnle. Members include housewives
t an avocation.
A reception will be held on
Sunday, October 1, from 2 p. m.
to 4 p. m. or the Rev. Paul Phelps
who is leaving St. Luke's Lutheran
Church to become an Army
Chaplain. The reception will be
held in the basement of the
A Church Council dinner in
Phelps honor will be held at the
Mllleridge Inn on Friday night.
Clarence Warta is in charge of the
Dr. Molouf Elected to
Dr. Adib Malouf, of 295Conklin
Street, Farmingdale, has been
elected to active membership in
the American Academy of General
Practice, a national association
of 29,000 family doctors.
As a member, Dr. Malouf will
be required to complete 150 hours
of postgraduate medical study
every three years. The program,
unique among medical associations,
is designed to help member
physicians keep abreast of the
latest scientific developments in
Founded in 1947, the organization
is the country's second
largest national medical association.
Michael Tilleli was installed
as Grand Knight of the Farmingdale
Council Knights of Columbus.
Other officers installed
were: James Murphy, Deputy
Grand Knight; Robert Wagner.
Chancellor; Charles Greco, Financial
Secretary; Alfred Kunz,
Treasurer; Dominick Calao;
Lecturer; James Rooney, Advocate;
Irwin Dworsky, Warden;
Robert Baillie, Inside Guard,
Walter Livey and Henry Frey,
Gaspar P. Tamburello of 152
Yoakum Ave., South Farmingdale
was honored by the Farmingdale
Council of Knights of Columbus
as " Knight of the Month" in recognition
' of service and devotion
to duty in various capacities'.
" If there's such a word as
' sootless,' gas is a sootlcss
fuel. With oil you get soot
all over— on drapes, on
walls, on everything.
" No question about it,
a woman is better off with
gas heat because it means
less cleaning for her and no
worries about deliveries.
Gas is definitely a more
efficient, cleaner and
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