Purple Heart lYH'otiii For Scholarship Fiiml Holy Name Invite Groups To Patriotic Night
On Saturday, November 17th,
a cast of Farmingdale High School
students will perform in " The
Time of Your Life" at the High
School auditorium, at 8: 3U p. m.
Proceeds will go to the Farmingdale
P. T. A. Scholarship Fund.
The cost of the tickets are $ 2.00
for adults and $ 1.00 forchildren.
St. Kilian's Holy Name Society Jewish War Veterans of Foreign
will feature a Patriotic Night Wars will conduct a memorial
on Monday, Novam'oor 13 at 8: 30
p. m. Representatives from the
Boy Scouts, American Legion,
The meeting will be held in
the old School in iitorium.
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Mrs. Glenn DeBona has announced
that her committee is
completing plans for St. Kilian
Mothers' Club Tenth" Annual
Dance which will be held it the
Huntington Town House, on F r i day,
November 17 at 9; 00 p. m.
Tickets are $ 3.00 each and
may be obtained by calling 293-
7526 or 293- 8427.
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PPC Frank Dente, of 22 Green-way
Drive, Farmingdale, a member
of the medical team of the
4/ 42nd Artillery, 4th Infantry
Division U. S. Army has been
awarded the Purple Heart as a
result of injuries received in
Pleiku, Vietnam. Frank, who
arrived in Vietnam on August 8,
was injured on September 4th.
He was on a medical aid mission
when the jeep in which he was
riding exploded a mine. Frank
i s recuperating from his injuries
at St. Albans Naval Hospital
Joel E. Davidson of Farming-dale,
a senior at llobart College
here, has been named to the
Joel, son of Mr. Julian Davidson
of Farmingdale, has been
consistently on the Dean's List.
In addition, he is features and
managing editor of the campus
newspaper, president of the International
treasurer of the NorthernStude- nt
Movement, and a member of the
[ tfargarrl C. Ihi i M s
Monthly payments, discounts'
dividends, auto loans
MURRAY TUCK, Inc.
388 Fulton St., Farmingdale
Principal Addresses Knights at Communion Breakfast £ Mffl ® m
The K n i g h t s of Columbus,
Farmingdale Council 2204 held
their annual communion breakfast
at the Council Home on
Morton St. The breakfast was
prepared and served by Irwin
Dworsky, the Catholic Activities
chairman and his committee.
John McLennan, Principal of
the Farmingdale High School was
the guest speaker.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 8: 30 P. M.
Sisterhood of the Farmingdale Jewish Center,
Paid up membership meeting,
Gilbert and Sullivan Players
" Trial by Jury" and supper
Prospect Street and Cobb Place, Farmingdale
Pils^ rs On
Margaret C. Davis of 14 Lee
Drive, South Farmingdale passed
away on Sunday after a long illness.
She is survived by her
husband Edwin G. Davis J r . , and
five children, Margaret, Elaine
Doris, Edwin 3rd, and Stephen,
as well as a sister Hose Sullivan.
A mass of Requiem was offered
at OUr Lady of Lourdes H. C.
Church, Massapequa Park on
Wednesday, at 9: 45 a. m.
Interment was at the Long
Island National Cemetery. The
funeral under the direction of
McCourt and Trudden Funeral
KC Sponsors Barn Dance
The Knights of C o l u m b u s,
Farmingdale Council 2204, will
sponsor an old fashioned western
barn dance on Saturday, November
11, at 9 p. m. a t the council
home located on Morton St.
Youth Council To Discuss Winter Program j "
The Farmingdale Youth Council
announced that the Tuesday,
November 14th meeting at the
Farmingdale Village Hall, starting
at 8: 30 p. m. will include
discussion on the Winter Program.
The agenda also lists nomination
of officers for 1968, budget
requests and budget committee
BOARD OF APPEALS
Regular meeting of the Board
of Appeals, Town of Oyster Bay,
will be held in the Town Board
Hearing Room, Town Hall, Oyster
Bay, on THURSDAY, November
16, 1967 at 8: 00 P. M.
CASF # 67- 5151
APPELLANT— Paul Muhs, 6
Pauline Drive, South Farming-dale.
SUBJECT— Variance to erect
an attached garage having one
less side yard and less aggregate
side yards than the
LOCATION— Southeast side of
Pauline Drive, 124.95 ft. south
of Carle Lane, South Farming-dale.
BY ORDER OF THE
BOARD OF APPEALS
OYSTER BAY, NEW YORK
NOVEMBER 6, 1967
Town of Oyster Bay
Raymond H. Schoepflin,
# 324 IT Observer November 9,
Farmingdale OBSERVER Tfi
Look ror this Community Calendar each week.
A public service from your community dry cleaner.
Drive In — Plenty of
75 MERRITT RD.
Just North of Hempstead Tpke. S
Next to 7 - 11
t | One HOUR
the mott m DRvamninG
Surprise your wife tonight. Take home
a new kitchen.
Some men bring their wives flowers
or candy. Why don't you bring your
wife a beautiful, modern kitchen and
add a l i t t le c h e e r i o her chores?
( If you want to be mercenary
about it, you'll be adding t o t h e value
of your home.)
Don't p u t off those home
improvements because you c a n ' t pay
for t h em in o n e lump sum.
First National City Bank says,
" P a y as you enjoy them."
Drop in t o o u r branch near where
you live or work. S i t down and
arrange a loan. You won't b e long,
because we've got t h e shortest loan
application in town.
Rates? You'd have to look far a nd
wide to find a n y lower t h a n ours.
Besides, we've got t h e easiest terms
you could imagine. We'll lend you up
to $ 5,000 for a new kitchen, family
room, e x t r a bathroom, garage,
siding job or whatever you need.
You can t a k e as long as five years to
pay us back.
Fair enough? Fair enough.
First National City makes far more
loans t h a n any other bank around.
Probably because we're t h e most
convenient bank around. Probably
because we're nice people t o do
FIRST NATIONAL CITY
... the only bank your family ever needs
NOW 1 8 CONVENIENT BRANCHES IN NASSAU, INCLUDING
250 Conklin Street
Come in and meet Frank Sixt, Manager
or call him at 69^- 7600
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