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VILLAGE TREASURER'S SALE
OF TAX LIENS IN THE
VILLAGE OF FARMINGDALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
I shall, on the 28th day of April,
1967, and the succeeding business
days, beginning at 10: 30 A. M.
in the forenoon, at the Village
Hall, 361 Main Street, Farming-dale,
Nassau County, New York,
sell at public auction the tax
liens on real estate hereinafter
described, unless the owner,
mortgagee, occupant of or any
other party in interest in such
real estate shall pay to the Village
Treasurer the total amount
of such unpaid taxes or assessments
with the interest, penalties
and other expenses and charges
against the property. Such tax
liens will be sold at the lowest
rate of interest, not exceeding ten
percentum per six months period,
for which any person or persons
shall offer to take the total amount
of such unpaid taxes as defined
in Sec. 1452 of the Real Property
Tax Law. The tax liens are for
arrears of Village taxes for the
year 1966- 67.
The following is a list of the
real estate located in the Inc.
Village of Farmingdaleonly, upon
which tax liens are to be sold,
with a brief description of the
same by reference to the Nassau
County Land and Tax Map,
the name of the owner or occupant
as it appears on the
assessment roll of the year in
which such unpaid taxes were
levied and the total amount of
such unpaid taxes.
VILLAGE OF FARMINGDALE
14 Conklin Realty Corp.
Lot 16 Total $ 121.49
14 Conklin Realty Corp.
Lot 17 Total 44.26
Such tax liens shall be sold subject
to any and all superior tax
liens of Sovereignties and other
Municipalities and to all claims
The Village Treasurer reserves
the right, without further notice
and at any time, to withdraw
from sale any of the parcels of
land or premises herein listed.
Each purchaser, immediately after
the sale thereof, shall pay
to the Village Treasurer ten per
centum of the amount for which
the tax liens have been sold and
the remaining ninety per centum
within sixty days after such sale.
Upon failure of the purchaser to
pay the remaining ninety per
centum within ten days of notification
by the Village Treasurer
that the certificates of sale are
ready for delivery, the ten per
centum theretofore paid by him
shall, without further notice or
demand, be irrevocably forfeited
by him and shall be retained by
the Village Treasurer as liquidated
damages and the agreement
to purchase shall be of no further
JAMES J. MCKENNA
INC. VILLAGE OF
Dated: February 22nd, 1967
# 72 3T Observer Feb. 23, March
2, 9, 1967
STATE OF NEW YORK )
) SS :
COUNTY OF NASSAU )
The undersigned, an attorney
admitted to practice in the courts
of New York State, certifies that
the within order has been compared
by the undersigned with the
original and found to be a true
and complete copy.
Dated: Mineola, New York
2/ 20/ 67
s/ Anthony J. Cincotta
ANTHONY J. CINCOTTA
At a Special Term, Partll
of the Supreme Court,
County of Nassau at the
County Court House, in
Mineola, New York, on
the 20th day of February,
HON. WILLIAM J. SULLIVAN
GEORGE A. :
BEATTY, : ORDER
Plaintiff, : FOR
- against- : SERVICE
LORRAINE : OF SUM-DE
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Upon reading and filing the
summons and verified complaint
in this action, heretofore filed
herein on the 24th day of January,
1967, presented to me, the
said complaint showing a cause
of action for money damages as
the result of personal injuries
sustained by the plaintiff through
the negligence of the defendant,
specified in subd. 3 of Section
314 of the Civil Practice Law
and Rules, in favor of the plaintiff
against the defendant, and
upon the affidavit of GEORGE
A. BEATTY, sworn to the 14th
day of February, 1967, the affidavit
of GEORGE B. McPHIL-LIPS,
sworn to the 14th day of
February, 1967, and the affidavit
of ANTHONY P. MARCHES,
sworn to the 17th day of February,
1967, and the exhibits annexed
thereto, by which the plaintiff
has made proof to my satisfaction
that the defendant can not
be served by any other prescribed
manner of service with due diligence,
and it appearing that a
levy upon the property of the defendant
has been made within the
State of New York on January 30,
1967, pursuant to an order of attachment
NOW, on motion of GEORGE B.
McPHILLIPS, attorney for the
plaintiff, it is
ORDERED, that service of a
summons in the above entitled action
upon the defendant, LORRAINE
DE LA TORRE, be made
by publication thereof in accordance
with Rule 316 of the Civil
Practice Law & Rules in two
newspapers, at least one in the
English language, viz: in the
Farmingdale Post, 128 Front St.,
Farmingdale, N. Y. and The Observer,
33 Merritt Rd., Farming-dale,
N. Y. both published in the
County erf Nassau and State of
New York, hereby designated as
being most likely to give notice
to said defendant, once in each
week for four successive weeks,
together with a notice to the defendant,
a brief statement of the
object of the action; and it is
ORDERED, that the summons,
complaint, order and papers on
which this order is based, be
filed on or before the first day
of publication, and that the first
publication shall be made within
twenty days after the date of this
Granted & Entered
2/ 20/ 67
Franklin H. Ornstein
Nassau County Clerk.
s/ WILLIAM J. SULLIVAN
J. S. C.
# 70 4t Observer February 23,
March 2, 9, 16, 1967
Child ren Collect $ 600
(< ontinued Irani Page. 1 j
Members of the Executive Coordinating
Committee were: Mrs.
Fred Revilacqua, Mrs John Gil-lies,
Mrs. Henry Hamlin, Mrs.
Arthur O'Uanlon, and Mrs.
George Schriro, coordinator.
Participating and cooperating
religious groups were: Farmingdale
Baptist Church, Farmingdale
Jewish Center, Farmingdale
Methodist Church, St.
Kilian's Church - School, St.
Luke's Lutheran Church, St.
Thomas's Episcopal Church.
Contributions and - Supporters
were the Farmingdale Rotary
Club, Farmingdale Chamber of
Commerce, KiwanisClub, Farmingdale
Public Library, Student
Council Farmingdale Senior High
School, Farmingdale Council of
Parent Teachers Assn., Mill
Lane Junior High Executive
Board PTA, Bnai Brith Women
Main Street Neighborhood Girl
Scouts of Mid- Island Council.
Collection containers were
turned into the Weldon E. How-itt
at the Jr. High School where
the children were treated to punch
and cookies. They were also invited
to hear a program of international
folk music and Is-rae
I i dance s pe rformed by Fa rm -
ingdale High School Students.
Farmingdale OBSERVER Thursday, February 2 3 , 1967
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