Radigan Elected To Town GOP Post
C. Raymond Radigan of 6 Tenth
Avenue, Farmingdale, has been
elected Chairman of the President's
Council of the Republican
Clubs in the Town of Oyster Bay.
Radigan set forth as his goals a
town- wide coordination among
the various club newspapers and
newsletters, the creation of unified
club constitutions and bylaws
and a town- wide fund drive
culminating either in a cocktail
or a theater party.
Radigan declared further that
as chairman of the President's
Council he will act as a liaison
between the individual clubs and
the Oyster Bay Republican Committee
and will actively participate
in policy decisions of the
Tobay GOP Committee. He named
as public relations aide to the
Hirseland of 24 Beverly Road,
by Karl Kramer
Who says you have to go to
Broadway to see a good play?
Why right here in our own backyard,
F. H. S. presented " Tea -
house Of The August Moon",
which, in my opinion could have
satisfied any number of theatre
critics. With good taste and imagination
in scenery, accented by
well chosen character leads, the
play thrilled three audiences
and set a precedent for senior
To a coach in basketball, height
i s as important as the motor in
a car; without it a team doesn't
move. Coach McManerman of me
Jay Vee squad had good height
in 6' 3" Fred Magner, a junior,
who proved to be an asset to the
team widi his re- bounding ability.
But Fred received a broken
hand at a practice session
and is out for the season. We
all wish Fred a speedy recovery.
Students are urged to buy their
tickets to die Young Rascals
Concert on February 18. Tickets
are going fast. Appearing with
the Rascals will be die Good
Earth and die Who Knows. Remember
die date, February 1 8 . . .
Named students of the Month at the Farmingdale Senior High
School are reading from left to right: Gerald Bynum, Anna Licci,
Patricia Gearity and Anthony Noto. The students will be honor
guards as assembly programs and guests of the Farmingdale Rotary
AHRC To Offer Yugoslavia Travelogue
The regular montbly meeting
of die Farmingdale Auxiliary of
die Association For The Help
of Retarded Children will beheld
on Tuesday, January 24, at 8: 15
p. m. in St. Thomas' Episcopal
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log on Yugoslavia will be presented.
The public is invited.
Appointed to CYO Post
James Long of Our Lady of
Lourdes R. C. parish in Mas-sapequa
Park was appointed to die
Boy Scouts St. George Award
Committee of die Catholic Youtii
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Curtin,
of Farmingdale, announce die
engagement of their daughter,
Miss Nancy M. Curtin, to Mr.
Ronald R. Tischler, son of Mr.
and Mrs. H. Tischler, of Farmingdale.
Miss Curtin is a graduate of
Brockport State Teachers College
and is presently teaching
in the Half Hollow Hills School
Mr. Tischler attended Pembroke
College, Norm Carolina
and is presently enrolled atC. W.
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Mr. and Mrs. James Francis
McGovem of 6 Linwood Avenue,
Farmingdale announced the engagement
of their daughter, Dolores
Maria McGovern to James
Kennedy White, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Edward White of
Arden Speaker at
The regular monthly meeting
of St. Kilian's Mothers Club will
be held on Monday, January 23
at 8: 15 p. m. in die Conklin Street
Guest speaker will be a representative
from the Elizabeth
' Give God What You Have;
" Give God What You Have"
is the sermon topic of die Rev.
William D. Glenn, Pastor of die
Church, 150 Pittsburgh Avenue,
Massapequa on Sunday, January
29, at 9: 30 and 11 a. m.
Dignatary To Visit Church Group
Athley Block, presiding minister
of the Amity v i l l e Congregation
of Jehovah's Witnesses,
announced the semi- annual visit
of circuit supervisor A. Conte,
during the week of January 24- 29.
The program will begin Tuesday
at 7: 30 p. m. with a ministry
training school followed by a 30
minute discourse by Conte.
Miller Named To CAP Post
Ralph Miller, 19 Miami Road,
Bethpage, has been appointed
Operation Officer of die Beth-page
Flight , Nassau Composite
Squadron V, Civil Air Patrol,
it was announced by Lt. James
Kelly, Flight Leader.
Miller, a rated commercial
pilot with more than 160 hours
of flying time will be responsible
for handling all flying assignments
for die unit. A highlight
of CAP's activities is the flying
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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.
Offer Evening News
How to write for newspapers
will be die focal point diis spring
for a three- credit course in journalism
fundamentals to be offered
by the Evening College of die State
University at Farmingdale. The
journalism course will cover die
essential areas of general and
feature writing, headlines, copy
editing, layout, and production.
The course is ideally suited for
advisors to school newspapers,
publicity chairmen of clubs and
organizations, and for those who
wish to refresh dieir writing
Registration for die journalism
course will be held in Lupton
Hall on die Farmingdale campus
Thursday and Friday, January26
and 27, from 6 p. m. to 8: 30 p. m.
Classes will be held each Thursday
evening from 7 to 10 p. m.,
beginning February 2. Tuition:
Additional information regarding
tiiis and other evening
courses may be obtained by eidier
writing or calling the Evening
College, State University at Farmingdale,
Farmingdale, N. Y
11735, ( CHapel 9- 3250).
Vietnam Committee Slates
Manchu Benefit Dance
Bob Dessart and his orchestra
will be die music offered at the
. 9th Manchu Benefit Dance sponsored
by die newly formed Vietnam
Assistance Committee of
Farmingdale on Saturday, April
1 at die sons of Italy Hall.
. The orchestra is a proven
favorite of the Junior League of
die Womens Club of Farming-dale
and the Viceroy Civics Association
who has hired die orchestra
for many years since it
is in die tradition of die bands
of the 1940' s.
The tiieme of die dance will be
Oriental and elaborate decorations
have been planned by members
of die committee.
The benefit is to raise funds
for postage and items to be sent
to the 680 adopted men of the 9di
Manchu Division of die 25tii
Infantry Division stationed in
The next meeting of die VAC
committee will be at die home
of Mrs. John Monaghanat 5 Andrew
Road, West Farmingdale on
Monday, January 23rd at 8: 30
Ticket information may be had
by calling MY 4- 6367.
orientation program carried out
at Zahn's Airport on weekends.
As a member of Civil Air
Patrol, Miller joins some 33,579
volunteers working with more
than 46,000 cadets between die
ages of 13 dirough 17 in a program
devoted to aviation and
For information on senior and
cadet membership, write CAP,
P. O. Box 460, Farmingdale.
Rev. Hoover To Attend Buck
Hills Falls Conclave
Reverend Kenneth E. Hoover,
Senior Pastor of The Methodist
Church in Farmingdale, will attend
a three- day Methodist Minister's
Fellowship, under the
sponsorship of the New York
Area of The Methodist Church
in Buck Hill Falls, Pa.
The meeting has been called
by Bishop Lloyd C. Wicke, bishop
of the New York Area, who
announced that the sessions would
include addresses by outstanding
Bishop Wicke will officiate
throughout the entire program.
For Your Information and
Protection R e a d the L e g al
Civil Air Patrol and Civil Defense officials are shown during a recent
air exercise drill. Reading from left to right are: Col. Carl
Koenig, Civil Defense Coordinator of Bergen County; General Joseph
Bulger, Nassau County CD Director; Captian Harold hdel-mann
of South Farmingdale of the Long Island Group of CPA and
Manor B. Blue, Communications Officer of the Long Island group,
based in Farmingdale.
Police Boys Club officials of Farmingdale were photographed following
dieir installation at a dinner held last week at the Bedipage Clubhouse.
Reading from left to right are: Harry Leonard, Fourth Vice
President, Thomas Ahrens, Treasurer, Carl A. Dittmeier, President;
Henry Legendre, Trustee; Gene Posner, Third Vice President;
Aloysius Gricka. Vice President and Albert Hauck, Secretary.
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