Thea Ellen Zeldin Bride
Of Stephen Alan Linker
Watt To Assist In Youth
The Farmingdale Jewish Center
was the setting for the marriage
of Thea Ellen Zeldin of
203 Merritt Rd., Farmingdale,
and Stephen Alan Linker of Fast
Mrs. Linker, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. . lack Zeldin, was
graduated from the University
of Buffalo in June. She is now
a candidate for a Master's Degree
at Brockport University.
Mr. Linker, who is also an
alumnus of the University of Buffalo,
is the son of Mrs. Eugene
Gold and the late Mr. Linker. He
is an accountant.
Following a honeymoon in Bermuda,
the newlyweds will reside
in Rochester, New York.
The wedding was the first to
take place in the new synagogue
of the Farmingdale Jewish Center.
Village To Open Bids
On Village Green
The Incorporated Village of
Farmingdale Board of Trustees
will hold a meeting on Monday,
July 15 at 8 p. m. at Village Hall
to open bids on the development
of the adjacent Village Green.
Mrs* Stephen A* Linker
Before leaving for Washington
and the Pentagon, where he has
assumed a vital role in the
Army's new nation- wide " Youth
Opportunity" program, the
Aggies Athletic Director Tom
( Lieut. Co.) Watt wanted local
residents to know that there are
now three jogging courses open
on the college's Farmingdale
campus for the public's use.
Each course, part of an interlaced
three- loop layout covering
about one- mile apiece, starts
outside the Aggies' rubberized
track and the trails can be made
as difficult as the jogger wishes.
Watt said, " The white and gold
blazed circuits make for delightful
and interesting jogging
through the college's picturesque
woodland, away from the scorching
sun, too. The other trail,
Dump Debris on friends Meeting
Debris irom an apparent house
renovation was dumped last week
on the grounds of the Bethpage
Friends Meeting House and Cemetery,
( Quaker) Meeting House
Road, Farmingdale, it was r e ported
by Mrs. Jean Hubbard,
. lerk of the Meeting.
Three Dalers To Be Feted By
Three men from the Farming-dale
area will be feted for longtime
service with Grumman Aircraft
Edward F. Pohlig of 129 Staples
St., Farmingdale, assistant
section head in Systems Technology,
marks 30 years with the
Bethpage aerospace company on
July 24, and will be presented
with a gem- studded Grumman insignia
pin. lie is on.' of eight
Selected Scout Delegate
Miss Susan Nidds, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. I dward Nidds,
73 Louis Drive. Farmingdale,
has been selected as a Mid-
Island Council delegate to Region
II llendrik Hudson Roundup. Susan
will leave on July 18 for
Camp Drum, Watertown, New
York and return July 29. The
theme of this ( lirl Scout Roundup
is Discovery ' 68. Susan is a
member of Cadette Troop 347
and was chosen from many applicants
for her camping skills.
men marking the three- decade
milestone this month.
Qualifying for the " Quarter
Century Club" are Emil E.
Grambow of 209 Willard Ave.,
Farmingdale and Edward
Fischer of 16 Cypress St., South
Farmingdale. Grambow is associated
with Static Test and Fischer
assistant foreman in Final
A u x i l i a r y Smorgasbord
The East Farmingdale Fire
Company Ladies* Auxiliary is
sponsoring a Smorgasbord. Sunday,
July 14, 4 P. M. - 7 P. M.
at the East Farmingdale, Fire
House, Conklin Street, East
Farmingdale, Adults $ 1.50, children
under twelve years $. 50.
A Garage Sale for the benefit
of the American Cancer Society
will be held on Friday, July 12
at one Third Avenue, South
Farmingdale at 12 noon at the
home of Mrs,. Dorothy Lazio.
This is the second incident
recently. A load of waste c e ment
was previously dumped.
According to Farmingdale Village
office, the village has an ordinance
against the dumping of
papers and other waste materials
on public property. Violators
may be prosecuted.
There is also an ordinance
requiring property owners to
clean up weeds and or trash off
their own property.
Charles H. Griffin, formerly
of Farmingdale, passed away on
Thursday, July 4. He was the
husband of the late Amelia Griffin.
He is survived by a son,
Daniel T. Griffin; two daughters,
Cora Milligan and Dorothy Doty;
nine grandchildren; 25 great
grand- children; and two great-great-
Religious services were held
at the Arthur White FYineral Home
in Farmingdale on Monday, July
, 8. Interment followed at Greenfield
John E. Dodd of Farmingdale
passed away on Saturday, July 6.
Me is survived by a daughter, Muriel
Inghilleri; two grandchildren;
and three great grandchildren.
A Requiem Mass was said at St.
Kilian's R. C. Church on Wednesday,
July 10. Arrangements were
handled by the Arthur White Funeral
Home in Farmingdale.
the red one, is on the camp-'
greensward, circling the entire
backstretch around the baseball
He advises the public to " use
your common sense in jogging,
set your own pace at the outset,
jog leisurely, walk in between,
and increase your pace as you
make progress. Don't try to do
too much at the start."
Watt undertakes his assignment
for the next three months.
The Veteran Aggies' coach, who
has been at Farmingdale for the
past 21 years, was called to duty
by the Pentagon in the Army's
all- out effort to help the nation's
disadvantaged youth. The comprehensive
program, part of the
President's Council for Youth
Opportunity, includes physical
fitness, cultural enrichment,
recreation and basic schooling in
reading and writing.
Watt's Army career began as
a private and he rose to the rank
of major after five and a half
years of active duty. He captured
the Caribbean Defense Command
middleweight boxing championship
and the singles badminton.
Pursuant to Section 165, Public
Service Law, notice is hereby
given that on June 27, 1968 the
New York Public Service Commission
granted to the undersigned
a permit as a contract
carrier of passengers authorizing
the transportation of children
and supervisory personnel
between their homes or vicinity
in Nassau County, on the one
hand, and, on the other, the Four
Seasons Country Club Day Camp
at Woodbury ( Nassau County),
pursuant to continuing contract
with the said camp.
Long Island Bus Co., Inc.
South First & Charles Sts.
New Hyde Park, N. Y.
# 582 IT Observer July 11, 1968
A HAPPY QUARTET;— Dr. Charles W. Laffin, Jr., Pres. of State University
Agricultural and Technical College, Farmingdale, congratulates three new
department chairmen: left to right, Dr. Laffin; Dr. Lloyd Jones, Hempstead,
Chairman of Social Science Dept., and Acting Chairman of the General Education
Division; Prof. Barbara Steinbaum, Elmont, Chairman of the Nursing
Dept., and Prof. Richard J. Pfeiffer, Huntington, Chairman of Business Administration
and Acting Head of Secretarial Science.
farmingdale OBSERVER, Thursday, J u l y U , 1968
crown in 1942. In 1958, while on
active duty at Camp Drum,
the Aggies' mentor won seven
individual athletic events and
wound up with the coveted " Outstanding
Athlete" award. Two
years ago, he completed a study
for the Army on the revision of
their physical fitness and sports
by David Budoff & Sol E Ibaum,
Medicine during the 18th - -
and well into the 19th - - century
was a rudimentary science.
If the illness or injury
were serious, chances of r e covery
were minimal. Therefore,
money for higher education
went for the training
of clergymen. In this way
their souls, if not their bodies,
would be taken care of. But
when sickness or injury
struck, the same clergyman
was called on for medical
help. One minister of the day,
Thomas Thacher of the Old
South Church in Boston,
actually wrote the first medical
text published in the
colonies and acquired a fair
amount of fame as a physician.
Alot has happened since the
18th century. Complete supply
of the newest medicines
developed can be found at
MOBY DRUGS, 226 Main St.
Tel. CH 9- 0268 for free delivery.
Film Service. . Mens
Toiletries. . Baby Needs. . .
HELPFUL HINT: Adhesive
tape on the heel and ball of
baby's new shoes will help
prevent slipping and add confidence.
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