Nickerson To Install Officers
Nassau County Executive Ku- ingdale Democratic Club on
gene Nickerson will install of- Thursday, April 20th, at 8: 33
ficers for the coming year at p. m. at 640 Fulton Street, Farm-the
next meeting of the Farm- ingdale.
The Farmingdale High School Wrestling Team climaxed an undefeated season by winning the North
Shore Wrestling Championship with a 7- 0 record. Pictured are 1 to r: Bruce Biondi, Coach; Riv
Apgar; Dave Waters, Bill Walagunda; Dr. Rice; Sonny Paci and George Seymour.
The Farmingdale Council,
Knights of Columbus recently
held an exemplification of the
First Degree at the Council
Home, on Morton Street and Ga-rity
The honors were conferred on
Robert Brady, A Caretta, Domi-nick
Basilicato, Andrew Patriz-zi,
Eugene McSweeney. Dominick
Casella and Augustin Capellini.
The Degree team, led by Grand
Knight Leonard Oliveri, included
Michael Tilleli, James Murphy,
Robert Wagner, William Patak,
Anton Steinle, Irwin Dworsky,
Charles Greco and Matty Cimino.
The ceremony was attended by
more than 100 members, including
guests from the South Huntington
Sol Wachtler Republican candidate
for the office of County
Executive, will be the guest
speaker at the Farmingdale Republican
Club on Monday, April
17, at St. Thomas Undercroft at
8: 30 p. m.
Farmingdale Senior High School Key Club Past President Gary
Koslow ( 1) congratulates newly installed President Mitch Saposnick
at a recent dinner installation at the Huntington Town House.
LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE
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, April 20, 1967 at
8j00 p. m.
CASE # 67- 173
APPELLANT Dr. Walter R.
Strubel, 2 Joseph Lane, South
Farmingdale, c/ o R& H Drafting,
2900 Hempstead Tpke.,
SUBJECT— Variance to erect an
addition for professional space
which will exceed one- third of
the first floor area.
LOCATION— Southeast corner of
Joseph Lane, and Lois Lane,
OYSTER BAY, NEW YORK
APRIL 10, 1967
BY ORDER OF THE
BOARD OF APPEALS
Town of Oyster Bay
Raymond H. Schoepflln,
Ellsworth Allen, Secretary
# 129 It Observer April 13, 1967
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and we Specialize in Vintage Wines
Ted's Liquor Store
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Portraits in black and white and portraits
in direct color and hand oil coloring of
portraits. A portrait makes a gift of a
lifetime on Mother's Day.
o o o o.. Candids
Weddings Bar Mitzvahs - Confirmation
. Store Interiors and Commercial Photography
serving Main Street, Farmingdale.
Industrial Photography serving East Farm-ingdale's
growing factory needs
. Restorations of Old Photographs, Historical
. Commercial Photography Direct Color and
Black and White.
Identifications mjA. * J2i
• member of the Professional Photographs Society
of New York
e member of the Long Island section of the PPBT
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