Susan Bernstein Married
To Dr. Steven B. Holzman
Retired School CAP Group Joins Search
Susan Bernstein Holzman
Susan Bernstein, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bernstein
and Dr. Steven B. Holzman, son
of Mrs. Nettie Holzman and the
late Mr. Joseph Holzman were
married at the Farmingdale Jewish
Center. Rabbi Paul Teicher
performed the ceremony.
The bride is a graduate of
State University College at
Farmingdale and is completing a
degree in rental Health Education
at N. Y. U.
Dr. Holzman, a veterinarian
received his B. S. and D. V. M.
degrees at Colorado State University.
He, served as a 1st
Lieutenant in the United States
Army. The bride was given in
marriage by her father.
Honor attendents were her
sister- in- laws; Mrs.. Roberta
Bernstein and Mrs. Eileen Mer-'
gler. Bridesmaids were Misses
Linda Auino, Gail Steiner, Judy
Potash, Rica Blausten and Ad-rienne
Richard B. Holzman was Ms
brother's best man.
Ushers were Dr. Don Sniff,
Steve Miller, Robert BonGiorno,
Arthur Harris, Theodore Bernstein,
The Bride's gown was fashioned
of ivory organza over satin
with alencon lace. The bodice
was enchanced with seed pearls
and aurora chrystal. She had a
lace embroidered mantilla and
carried fuji mums.
The gowns of the matrons were
aqua chiffon with lace bodice.
The bridesmaids were identically
dressed but had satin bows on
bodice. They all carried yellow
and white shasta daisies.
Following the reception at the
center Dr. and Mrs. Holzman
left for a wedding trip to Acal-pulco
and Mexico City. They will
make their home in Farmingdale
upon their return.
Felicia Johns, seven, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johns
of East Farmingdale, opens the door of the Farmingdale Public
Library Bookmobile as she prepares to report on the books
she has read in the library's " Paddle Your Way To Pleasure
Island" Summer Reading Club. Over 600 youngsters have reported
on more than 4,000 books to libraries at the Main and
branch library and on the Bookmobile. The program which required
the reading of ten books with oral reports, will conclude
on August 16. A club party will be given at the end of the season.
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Mrs. Frances Beck of
Copiague, formerly of Farming-dale
was married to Leo Genchi
of Merrick by Judge Alexander
Vitale of Nassau County at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L.
De Marco of BethpageRd., Farmingdale.
Mrs. Genchi has recently retired
from the Wyandanch School
where she taught for 37 years.
After a trip to the State of Washington
and Lake Louise, the
couple will make their home in
Winkler's Delicatessen store
on 204 Main St., Farmingdale,
was burglarized on Friday evening
of $ 20 in currency and 55
cartons of cigarettes.
Entry was gained by a broken
Richard Arasnicki, 35, of
Motor Avenue, Farmingdale, was
arrested and charged with
forgery second degree by Eighth
The defendant was charged with
forging the name of another person
and tried to cash the check
at Franklin National Bank, according
Mrs. De Marco
Mrs. Margherita De Marco is a
patient at Brunswick Hospital.
She is the mother of Miss Rose
De Marco of Circle Drive and
Joseph L. De Marco of Bethpage
Road, Farmingdale. She wishes
to thank the many well wishers
who have sent her get well cards.
Roy D. Tate of Farmingdale
was promoted to the position of
Assistant Director of Marketing
of Mohawk Airlines. He was
formerly Manager of the Field
by David Budoff.& Sol Elbaum,
Contact lenses are more popular
today than ever before. They
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Contact lenses first began by
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Contact lenses come in all colors,
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The same is true of the medication
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For Plane Wreckage
Personnel of the Long Island
Group, Civil Air Patrol were
called upon by the local office
of the Federal Aeronautics Administration
to search for parts
of the wreckage of two small
planes which crashed in East
Farmingdale Sunday evening July
Under the direction of Lt.
Colonel Howard L. Wirtz of
Farmingdale, Commander, Long
Island Group, C. A. P. 46 cadets
and ten senior members spent
most of the weekend of August
3rd combing a six square mile
area for remains of the two
planes. Fragments found in the
thick scrub oak were as small
as one square inch and up to two
square feet in size. Each piece
of wreckage found was charted
on a " grid- pattern" record kept
to identify its location. The pieces
were brought to a hangar at
Republic Aviation Field where
representatives of the Civil
Aeronautics Board will study
them to assist in determining
the cause of the crash.
Members of C. A. P. from this
area participating in the search
with Colonel Wirtz were Major
Hal Edelmann. Major Jay
Schleichkorn, S/ M Louis Cork,
Cadet S/ Sgt Jerry Laimi and Cadet
Sgt. Robert Howell.
Under the supervision of Major
S. Barney Bonagura of North
Massapequa, constant communications
with the various search groups
as they followed a pattern through
the underbrush. Three C. A. P.
frequency's were used with ten
walkie- talkies, seven mobile
radio stations and the fixed base
Due to a heavy rain that fell
early Saturday morning and'
temperatures reaching 87 degrees,
the personnel involved
in the activity were faced with
many difficulties but carried out
their mission successfully.
Colonel Wirtz indicated Civil A fa-
Patrol members have participated
in similar missions in the
past with one of the primary roles
of the all volunteer organization
being search and rescue.
Schwarze Joins Aggies Staff
A top schoolboy and college
athlete, Harry T. Schwarze, has
been appointed a member of the
State University at Farming-dale's
Physical Education Department
and assistant track
For the past two years, he
has served as track coach and
assistant in football at Elmont
High. In making his intercollegiate
debut next month with
the Aggies, Schwarze brings a
wealth of teaching and competitive
athletic experience with him.
As an assistant to the Rams'veteran
track coach, Tom Watt,
Schwarze will have one of the
nation's top junior college mentors
to work with.
Farmingdale OBSERVER, Thursday, August 8, 1968 Page 9
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