Ccitalane - Farrell
Old St. Mary's Catholic Church in Milwaukee, Wisconsin was
the setting for the marriage of Carole Elizabeth Catalane of
Milwaukee and William John Farrell of Farmingdale.
Miss Anne Catalane, sister of the bride, was Maid of Honor.
Miss Catalane's other four sisters served as her bridesmaids.
Michael Farrell, of Farmingdale, served as his brother's best
man. The bridegroom's brother, James an attorney in Milwaukee,
acted as head usher.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. John F. Catalane of Fox
Point, Wisconsin and the late Mrs. Lillian Catalane. She attended
San Diego University and Cardinal- Stritch College, where she
majored in art.
The bridegroom is the son of Assistant Chief Police Inspector
and Mrs. James Farrell of Merritt Road, Farmingdale. He is an
alumnus of St. Bonaventure University and was graduated on June
2, 1968 from Marquette University Law School.
Following a honeymoon in Puerto Rico, thenewlyweds plan to make
their home in Great Neck.
Mrs. Donald Trudden Elected
President Of Kiwanettes
Mrs. Donald Trudden was installed
as President of the Farmingdale
Kiwanettes at a recent
dinner installation ceremony.
Other officers installed were:
Mrs. Walter Strubel, Vice President;
Mrs. Anton Kaiser, Secretary;
and Mrs. Ronald Shircore,
Outgoing President, Mrs. David
Eysmann was presented with
a plaque and gold bracelet in
appreciation of her outstanding
leadership as president.
Vacation Bible School Next Week
At Baptist Church
The Annual Vacation Bible
School at Farmingdale Baptist
Church will be held daily next
week Monday through Friday
from 9 a. m. until noon. All
children, ages three to 12, are
eligible to attend.
Planned and directed activities
include arts and crafts, stories,
singing, recreation, and refreshments.
Trained personnel will
work with various age groups.
Transportation will be provided,
if necessary. For further information
may be obtained by
calling CH 9- 0110.
Enjoying the new acquarium at the Sou* Farmingdale Branch
Library, a gift from the Farmingdale Kiwanettes are Irene Donohue
of the library staff at rigb* and Michael LoRe, Stephan Mancuso
and JoAnn Cassata, librar . crons. Left is Mrs. David Eysmann,
outgoing president of the armingdale Kiwanettes who made die
Farmingdale 9BSERVER Thursday, June 20, 1968
' Witnesses' Get Ready
For D. C. Conclave
" Our congregation is going
to be much better equipped to
handle the Bible soon," said
William Davis, presiding minister
of the Farmingdale congregation
of Jehovah's Witnesses
earlier this week.
" We'll be better equipped because
many of us are going to
Washington, D. C. for a four-day
Bible instruction program,
July 18 through 21," Mr. Davis
added. " Since we work quite
a lot in Farmingdale going from
house- to- house," he continued,
" rJiis convention will furnish us
with suggestions for conducting
our public ministry and will particularly
benefit by helping us
to adapt our door - to- door message
for the crucial situations
that present themselves to all
of us now."
Carole Runge Selected To
Community Leaders of America
Carole- Marie Runge of 769
Fulton St., Farmingdale, has been
selected to appear in me 1968
edition of Community Leaders of
Eight Farmingdalers were
graduated from Hofstra University
at ceremonies last week.
They are: John Geary, 117
Staples Street — BBA; Jay Gold,
37 Regina Road -- BA; Joseph
Kenney Sr., 8 Copeland Place,
South Farmingdale — MS in Ed;
Julia Knee, 23 Bruce Lane --
MS in Ed; John Norton, 310
Staples Street — BBA; Robert
Orkus, 159 Melville Road - - BA;
Seymour Roth, 5 Lyons Avenue - -
BA and Patricia Wagner, 143
Midwood Avenue, South Farming-dale
SATURDAY, JUNE 22
1 a. m. to 10 p. m. Farmingdale
School District school budget
vote, Weldon E. Howitt
SUNDAY, JUNE 23
3 p. m. Farmingdale - Bethpage
Historical Society meeting;
election of officers; history of
fire department, South Farmingdale
5 p. m. Graduation exercises
Farmingdale Senior High
MONDAY, JUNE 24
4 p. m. Safe Boating course for
ten - 14 years of age young
people, Massapequa Elks
8: 3 p. m. Special meeting Farmingdale
Board of Education,
Weldon E. Howitt
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26
7 p. m. Battle of the Bands contest,
Marjorie R. Post Park
THURSDAY, JUNE 27
7 p. m. Battle of the Bands,
Bethpage Community Park
8; 30 p. m. Plainedge Board of
Education ' clean- up' meeting,
Plainedge High School.
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pressures and allow rioters the
privilege of looting with freedom
from arrest. Do the Republicans
offer any strong objections to the
present Administrations coddling
of the anarchistic elements who
destroy rather than build? Their
" Me- tooism" leaves me coldand
so I am now a Conservative, working
for all that Conservatism represents,
strict law enforcement
which favors the •' Builders*'
rather than the " Destroyer",
taxes for absolute necessities
rather than " Bread and Circuses."
Should not your Party
also be the " Conservative
Party?*' You will have an opportunity
to enroll as a Conservative
on June 26 to the 29th
at Levittown at May's Parking
Field and at Bethpage, Near Bo-hack's
Parking Field on July
24th to the 26th. The mobile
registration unit will be at these
places for your registration in
the party of your choice. Gold-water
" Republicans" belong in
the Conservative Party and this
is your chance to switch from
" Me- tooism."
Francis A. Collins
Mrs George Hale Elected
President Of Junior League
Mrs. George Hale of West Oak
Street, Farmingdale was Installed
as President of the Junior
League of the Woman's Club of
Farmingdale at ceremonies held
last week. The installation was
conducted by Mrs. John Gillies,
newly elected President of the
Farmingdale Woman's Club.
Other Junior League officers
installed were: Mrs. Robert Fehl,
Vice President; Mrs. Francis
Bagli, Secretary; Mrs. Pat Ro-manelli,
Mrs. Robert McCarthy,
Treasurer; and Mrs. Howard
Dare Jr., Historian.
Junior League honored their
outgoing, Advisor, Mrs. John
Monahan with a gift and welcomed
their new advisor, Mrs. Leonard
DeLalio. The outgoing President
was Mrs. James McDonagh.
The ceremonies were held at
the home of Mrs. Ronald Yates.
Those attending the meeting
were: Mesdames Robert Sch-warz;
William Sullivan; Fred
Czarnec; Victor Hicks; Joseph
Gannon; Edward Connelly; James
Gilmore; George Hale; William
Taylor; James McDonagh; Peter
Allen; Dom Posillico; George
Benedict; Francis Bagil; Charles
Finger; Edwin Henn; Robert McCarthy;
George Cook; Robert
Fehl; Pat Romanelli; Robert
White; Roland Olsewski; Ronald
Yates; William Lennon; Robert
Graham; William Manker; Manfred
Timpe; and Howard Dare.
33 Faculty Joggers
Honored At Luncheon
33 members of the Faculty
Jogging Club of the State University
Agricultural and Technical
College at Farmingdale,
survivors of an original squad of
42 were honored at a testimonial
luncheon on Thursday at Knapp
The professors, headed by Dr.
Charles W. Laffin, Jr., President
of State University at Farmi
n g d a l e , and Mrs. Laffin,
launched their 12- week project
in February, and regardless of
weather, snow, sleet, rain, winds,
etc., finished the organized program.
The Aggies pioneered this
" Jogging for Life" program in
the Eastern intercollegiate world
and it probably is the only college
in the country where the Faculty
went through medical examinations
before and after and continued
a program uninterrupted.
Each jogger averaged a minimal
two miles three times weekly for
total of 72. Collectively the 33
survivors covered a distance of
2,376 miles, a distance from
Farmingdale to Salt Lake City
and Yellowstone National Park,
or to Miami Beach and return.
260 Awarded Certificates
At Woodward Parkway
260 pupils of the sixth grade
at Woodward Parkway School
were awarded certificates of promotion
this week by School Board
trustee Thomas Lav an.
Mrs. Marlene Ganci, P. T. A.
president, presented a gift of
shrubbery to the school in recognition
of the sixth grade class
on behalf of me P. T. A.
Historicat « Society To Hear Keck
On Fire Department History
The Farmingdale - Bethpage
Historical Society meeting, which
had been postponed two weeks ago
due to the death of Senator Robert
F. Kennedy, has been rescheduled
for Sunday, June 23
at 3 p. m.
Edward Keck, former Chief of
the Farmingdale Fire Department
will speak on the history
of the department.
Election of officers will also
Rendu Advanced To Group Manager
Frank Renda, of 585 Carman
Rd., South Farmingdale, has advanced
to Group Manager status
with Investors Planning Corporation
of America. The firm is one
of the nation's largest Mutual
Fund sales organizations.
Renda is an active member of
the Ad Hoc Committee Community
Relations of Westbury, the
" Fact" Committee of Farming-dale
and a member of " Friends
of Farmingdale Library".
Sheila Shapiro Accepted For Advanced Study
Miss Sheila A. Shapiro, a
teacher at Mill Lane Junior High,
has been accepted as one of 45
participants in the Institute for
Advanced Study in Spanish to be
conducted this summer at El-mira
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