Casimir Rakowski Selected K of c sla, e$ Dlnner Hallahan To Speak On
For Post In India
Casimir Rakowski, of Quaker
Meeting House Hoad, Farming-dale,
associate professor of
mechanical technology at State
University's Agricultural and
Technical College at Farming-dale,
has been selected by the Administrator
of the United Nations
Development Programme topar-ticipate
as a consultant in the e s tablishment
of advanced training
institutes in India.
Scheduled to leave the United
States on January 22, Professor
Rakowski will spend three weeks
meeting with Indian government
officials to determine the necessary
educational courses and
techniques needed for the training
of highly skilled craftsmen
in the areas of tool and die
The proposed institutes, which
would be located in Calcutta and
Madras, would serve as pilot
• inits for the development of educational
guidelines to be used
throughout the country by other
institutions engaged in the training
of industrial craftsmen.
Rakowski will also study proposals
to the United Nations from
the Indian government for the e s tablishment
of tool room centers
in New Delhi, Bombay, Calcutta,
and other sections of the country.
He will determine how the services
of these proposed projects
would be coordinated with a recently
approved project for the
development of training and advisory
services in tool, die, and
mould making for the plastic and
other industries of Guindy, India,
which he worked on in the summer
of 1965 as a consultant to the
International Labor Organization,
a specialized agency of the
Local Churches Unite
For Week Of Prayer
The Farmingdale Methodist
Church will be host to the other
Christian churches in Farming-dale
for the Week of Prayer and
Christian Unity. A special service
will be held in the Methodist
Church beginning at 2 p. m. every
day from Wednesday, January 18
until Wednesday, January 25„
Pastors of churches in Farming-dale
who will be participating include
Rev. Irving Stevens, Farmingdale
Assemblies of God; Rev.
Larry Walker, Farmingdale Baptist
Church; Rev. Ben Bohrer
and Rev. Paul Phelps, St, Luke's
Lutheran Church; Rev. Albert
Palmer, St. Thomas's Episcopal
Church and Rev. Kenneth E. Hoover
and Rev. John H. Hill of the
Farmingdale Methodist Church.
The Week of Prayer and Christian
Unity is sponsored by The
National Council of Churches,
The World Council of Churches,
and The Catholic Bishop's Commission
for Ecumenical Affairs.
The public is cordially invited to
attend the services at2 p. m. during
the week. Services will last
Rev. Richard Griffith
Will Speak At Methodist Chvrch
Rev. Richard Owen Griffith,
pastor of the Methodist Church
at Westhampton Beach, Long Island
will be the preacher at the
morning services of the Methodist
Church, Farmingdale, this
Sunday. Mru Griffith is a graduate
of the Farmingdale High
School, and of the Adrian College,
Adrian, Michigan, and will
be graduated from the Drew Theological
Seminary of Drew University,
Madison, New Jersey
later this month.
Prior to being assigned to
the Westhampton Beach Church,
Mr. Griffith served in New Jersey.
He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Emyr Griffith of 18 Walnut
St. Kilian's Young Adults
The St. Kilian's Young Adult's
Club of Farmingdale announced
the election of new o f f i c e r s.
Elected were Frank Mead, President;
Lee Badalamenti, Vice
President; Dolores Zeitler, Secretary
and John^ Barry, Treasurer.
The club will hold a First
Anniversary Installation Dinner
Dance on Saturday, January 21
at the Knights of Columbus Hall,
Farmingdale beginning at 8 p. m.
Reservations may be made by
calling John Barry at CH 9- 0855.
No tickets will be sold at the door.
COMPLETES ARMY HELICOPTER COURSE
Warrant Officer Candidate
George V. Cave Jr., 20, whose
parents live at 75 Yoakum
St., Farmingdale, completed a
helicopter pilot course at the
Army Primary Helicopter
School, Ft. Wolters, Texas.
During the 16- week course,
he was trained to fly Army
helicopters and learned to use
them in tactical maneuvers.
He next will undergo advanced
flight training at the Army
Aviation School, Ft. Rucker,
Ala. Upon completion of advanced
training he may be appointed a
Spaghetti, meatballs, beverages,
canned music, will be die
fare at the Knights of Columbus,
Farmingdale Council, Morton St.
and Garity Place, this Saturday,
January 14, starting at 9 p. m.
A price of $ 1.50 per person
will be charged.
The general public is invited.
For reservations call George
Engel CH 9- 6287 or Leonard
Oliveri, MY 4- 4825.
Daler Firm Gets
Congressman James R. Grover
Jr. announced the award of a
$ 1,239,292.80 federal contract to
Liberty Aero Inc. of Farming-dale.
The contract covers production
of guided missile
The work will be performed at
the company's plant on Motor
District Court Judge Willis
B. Carman of Baaberry Court,
Farmingdale has been elected as
a director of the Nassau- Suffolk
Council of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews.
He has been an active member
for the past ten years.
Petito To Address PTA
Town Supervisor Michael Petito,
will speak on recreation at
the next regular P. T. A. meeting
of the Woodward Parkway Elementary
School which will be
held on Wednesday, January 18,
at 8: 15 p. m. at the school.
Lutheran Women Host
The Lutheran C hurch Women of
St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Farmingdale
will be the host for a
Brotherhood meeting on Thursday,
January 19, at 8: 30 p. m.
In attendance will be representative
groups from the Farmingdale
Jewish Center, ParmingdaleMethodist
Church, St. Thomas Episcopal
Church and SU Kilian's
Roman Catholic Church.
The meeting will be held in the
church at ? 14 Conklin Street.
Sunrise Federal Savings and Loan
The Annual Meeting of the Members
of the Sunrise Federal Savings
and Loan Association will be
held at the offices of the Association
at 312 Conklin Street,
Farmingdale, New York on
Wednesday, January 18, 1967
at 2: 00 p. m.
BY ORDER OF THE
BOARD OF DIRECTORS'
Jeanne M. Hardwick
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Donald Trudden of 292 Van Cott Avenue, Farmingdale ( left)
was installed as President of the Kiwanis Club of Farmingdale
at a dinner held last Wednesday at the Hearthstone. Trudden is
being congratulated by Lt. Governor Milo Amorosia ( center)
and David Eysmann ( right), Also installed were Frank Andrews
as First Vice President; Walter Strubel as Second Vice President;
Al Lichtman, as Treasurer, Andrew Manzo as Secretary and Board
members, Past Lt. Governor Tony Kaiser, past presidents David
Eysmann, Ron Shircore, Lew Minn and members, Walter Spiel-mann,
Paul Magro and George Cserhalmi.
Vietnam At GOP Meeting
The war in Vietnam will be the
topic of John T. Hallahan, aide
to Congressman James R.
Grover, at the next meeting of the
Farmingdale Republican Club, to
be held on Monday, January 16,
at 8: 30 p. m. at St. Thomas
At die last meeting of the
Farmingdale Republican Club
members elected officers for
1967. They were: John F. Garry,
President; Gerhard Hirseland,
First Vice President, George
Meyerhoff, Second Vice President;
Joseph Larkin, Treasurer;
Jane Poit, Recording Secretary;
Anne Larkin, Financial Secretary;
Bernard Bacon, Ser-geant-
at- Arms and Grace Di-
Prima, Director of Womens Activities.
Elected to two vacancies on the
Board of Directors were Arnold
DiSil vestro and John O'Neill.
200 Attend First Student
Dance At Howitt West
200 seventh graders attended
the first dance sponsored by the
Student Council at the new Howitt
West Junior High School.
The dance featured professional
dance caller Frank Kano-pasek,
a Rock N' Roll Band, fol-owed
by the students favorite
The Student Council officers,
Jim Stephen, President, 271 N.
Kentucky Ave., North Massape-qua,
James Gruebel, Vice- President,
27 Cheryl Lane, Farming-dale,
Janet Colson, Administrative
Assistant, 4 Bruce Lane,
Farmingdale, Chris Morelli,
Treasurer, 29 Hill Rd., Farmingdale,
acted as judges looking
for the most decorative 7th grade
First prize was awarded to
Mindy Schaffer, 37 Spielman
Ave., Farmingdale, second prize
to Robin Krammer, 235 N. Syracuse
Ave., North Massapequa,
and third prize went to Elizabeth
Egnitz, 12 Tudor Road, Farmingdale.
Cultural Arts Program
Readies Open House
The Cultural Arts Program
of the Farmingdale Youth Council
will hold an open house on
Saturday, January 21, at the
Parkway Oaks School from 9: 30
a. m. to 12: 30 p. m. during regular
class sessions. An invitation
is extended to parents of children
participating in the program,
and to all parents and children
in District # 22 interested
in observing classes in session.
During the open house, there
will be registration for a two-hour
Fine Arts Workshop which
will include Sculpture, Drawing
and Painting. The workshop will
be open for children in grades
6 to 10, and will run for ten
sessions beginning January 28th.
The fee will be $ 22.00. Further
information may be obtained by
calling Mrs. J. Kass at LI 1-
FRIDAY, JANUARY 13,
7: 30 to 9: 30 p. m. Registration
Little League in Farmingdale
Baseball League, I Woodward
Parkway, Main Street and Albany
SATURDAY, JANUARY 14
9p. m. The Swinging C antor, Beth
Sholom Center, 79 County Line
9 p. m. Spaghetti dinner, Knights
of Columbus, Farmingdale.
9: 30to 12: 30p. m. Registration
Farmingdale Baseball League,
Little League at Woodward
Parkway, Main Street and Albany
MONDAY, JANUARY 16
8: 30 p. m. Vietnam, topic John
T. Hallahan, Congressional
aide to Rep. James R. Grover
Jr. at Farmingdale Republican
Club meeting, St. Thomas
TUESDAY, JANUARY 17
8: 30 p. m.
Public Hearing on Farmingdale
Recreation land, Town Hall,
WEDNESD\ Y, JANUARY 18
8 p. m. Parkway Oaks PTA Annual
8: 30 p. m. United Council of Civic
Associations of the Town of
Oyster Bay meeting, Plainview
Old Bethpage Public Library,
999 Old Country Road, Plain-view.
8: 15 p. m. Woodward Parkway
PTA meeting, Michael N. Petito,
Supervisor of the Town of
Oyster Bay will speak on recreation
8: 30 p. m. Peace Corps Looks
Ahead, Auditorium County Executive
Building, West Avenue
off Old Country Road, Mineola.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 19
8 p. m. Cootie Game, Columbi-ettes
Farmingdale, Knights of
Columbus, Morton and Garity
8: 30 p. m. Brotherhood Meeting,
Lutheran Church Women of
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Farmingdale OBSERVER, Thursday, January 12, 1967
A welcome is extended to March of Dimes MoUiers* Marchers
by Mrs. John Doe of Farmingdale, as they begin a door- bell- ringing
campaign which will extend throughout Nassau County.
Representing die more man 15,000 Mothers who will be marching
are left to right: Mothers' March Chairman for Nassau County are
Miss Mimi Uenzell; Mrs. Bernard Roster and Mrs. Joseph McKenna,
members of her committee., ;
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