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Overseas Students Guests
At K of C Breakfast
Plans for the 48th annual Communion
Breakfast have been
finalized by the Farmingdale,
Knights of Columbus. TTie event
is scheduled to take place on
Sunday, Oct 27th at the Council
Home, Morton St., following a
Corporate Communion at the 8: 15
Mass in St. Kilians School Auditorium.
The program this year will
place emphasis on internationalism
and youth. Members
of the International Club at the
State University, Farmingdale,
will participate in a short panel
discussion of their impressions
E. S. Srinivasan, an Engineering
Science student from Madras,
India, along with Miss Marie
Vallejo, a Secretarial Science
Major from Ecuador, Victor
Doko, an Automotive Technology
Senior student from Timor,
Eastern Indonesia and John Carpenter,
a Food Technology major
from Georgetown, Guyana, will be
among the honored guests and
In addition to their impressions
of America and Americans,
the students will share a little
of the history and culture of their
native lands. They will alsobring
a portion of the native color of
their homelands portrayed in
their native dress.
The panel will be moderated
by Thomas Ladonsky, the Knights
of Columbus Catholic Activities
Chairman, who is an Economics
and Political Science Professor
at the University and who also
serves as faculty adviser of the
Newman Community at the
Admission is set at $ 2.75 for
adults and $ 2.50 for children
under 14. Reservations may be
made by calling CH 9- 3820, My 4 -
6750, Ch 9- 7644, CH 9- 7093 or
Bridge Club Gets Official Recognition
Duplicate Bridge as sanctioned
by the American Contract Bridge
Association, will be featured
every Thursday evening, 8: 15
p. m. at the Farmingdale Jewish
Center, it was announced by
Lou Disler, Program Chairman.
The public is invited to participate.
Master points will be
awarded and refreshments will be
served. Admission will be by
donation of $ 1.50 per person.
" Yiddish- American Show'
At Jewish Center
A gala evening of entertainment
will be offered on Saturday
evening, October 26 at
8: 30 pjn. with a presentation
of " A Yiddish American Show"
at the Farmingdale Jewish Center
." radio, television, films and
night club personalities will be
seen for the first time in the
center's new social hall," it was
announced by Bernard Alexander
of Farmingdale, program chairman.
The musical revue will feature
as the Master of Ceremonies,
disc jockey, Art Raymond. Raymond
conducts an Anglo- Jewish
deejay show " Raisins and Almonds,"
a ninety minute weekday
morning program heard on radio.
Appearing in the Farmingdale
show will be Yoel Dan and his
Trio, Comedian Joey Russell,
soprano Dina Claire and singer
Reserved seat admission for
the one night performance will
be $ 5.00.
The Farmingdale GOP headquarters at 200 Main Street, Farming-dale
was the target i> f vandals on Tuesday when campaign materials
was destroyed and stolen. Many of the folders containing biographical
material on candidates were given to high school
students to h3lp them nn'th term projects. Looking over the debris
is George Meyerhof, chairman of the headquarters. Marjorie Pfoh
is co- chairrmn ( not pictured).
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The Farmingdale Council
Knights of Columbus will hold an
open, house at the Council Home
on Morton Street on Friday, October
18 beginning at 8: 30 p. m.
The highlight of the evening will
be the showing of a film " The
An invitation is extended to
all men in the Farmingdale area.
Literature and applications will
be available to anyone interested
in membership. New members
will receive the honors of the
First Degree on Tuesday, October
Refreshments will be served.
Imre Ligeti Gets
Imre Ligeti, of 25 Elizabeth St.,
Farmingdale, is one of 239 candidates
who successfully completed
examinations and qualified
as newly licensed doctors.
Annie Christensen of 18 Sullivan
Road, Farmingdale, passed
away last Friday. The deceased
was the wife of the late John,
sister of Margaret Driscoll, of
Wilmington, Delaware and Mae
Feeney of Hartsdale, New York.
A Requiem Mass was said at
St. Thomas Episcopal Church on
Tuesday, at 9: 30 a. m. Interment
was in Long Island National Cemetery.
were handled by McCourt and I
Trudden Funeral Home, 385 Main
Art Raymond, noted disc jockey
will headline a special " Yiddish-
American" Show at the Farming-dale
Jewish Center on Saturday,
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