Women Report Purses Stolen
At Local Teenage Club
Two petty larcenies were r e ported
to have taken place at
the P. J. Discotheoue at 354 Main
According to a police report,
on Friday a wallet was stolen
out of the purse of Millie Epsom
On Sunday, a ladies purse,
owned by Sonia Conza of 1116
McKenna Place, Uniondale, was
stolen, according to the police.
LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT License No. L 1882 has
been issued to the undersigned
under the Alcoholic Beverage,
Control Law to sell liquor
or wine at retail at 328 Broad-way,
Bethpage, Nassau County,
• N. Y. for off- premises consumption.
Louise and William Roden, dba
Bethpage Wine and Liquor Store
March 9, 16, 1967 Bethpage, N. Y.
§ 85 2t Observer
LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given, pursuant
to law, that a public hearing
will be held by the Town
Board of the Town of Oyster
Bay, Nassau County, New York,
on Tuesday, April 4, 1967, at
10 o'clock A. M., prevailing time,
in the Hearing Room, Town Hall,
Oyster Bay for the purpose of
considering an application for a
special use permit pursuant to
the Building Zone Ordinance of
the Town of Oyster Bay as follows:
PROPOSED SPECIAL PERMIT:
Petition of MONCHATEA
NURSERY SCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN
INC. for special
permission to operate and maintain
a Nursery School on the
following described premises:
ALL that certain plot, piece
or parcel of land, situate at
Farmingdale, Town of Oyster
Bay, County of Nassau, State
of New York, which is bounded
and described as follows:
Property located at Farmingdale,
in the Town of Oyster
Bay, County of Nassau and
State of New York, on the
Easterly side of Merritt Road
where the same intersects with
the Southerly side of McKinley
Avenue, said premises having
frontage on the Easterly side
of Merritt Road for a distance
of 100.09 feet and also having
frontage on the Southerly side
of McKinley Avenue for a distance
of 104.24 feet and being
also known and designated on
the Land and Tax Map of the
County of Nassau as Section
48, Block 517, Lot 713. Said
premises are commonly known
as No. 2 McKinley Avenue,
South Farmingdale, New York.
The above mentioned petition
and map which accompanies it
are on file and may be viewed
daily ( except Saturday, Sunday
or Holidays) between the hours
of 9: 00 A. M. and 4: 45 P. M. prevailing
time at the office of the
Any person interested in the
subject matter of the said hearing
will be given an opportunity
to be heard with reference thereto
at the time and place above
BY ORDER' OF
THE TOWN BOARD
n OF THE TOWN OF
Michael N. Petito,
William B. O'Keefe,
Oyster Bay, New York
March 7, 1967
# 101 Observer IT March 16,1967
STATE OF NEW
YORK COUNTY OF
GEORGE A. :
BEATTY, : NOTICE
- against- : No.
LORRAINE DE : 796/ 67
LA TORRE, :
LORRAINE DE LA TORRE
The foregoing summons is
served upon you by publication
pursuant to an order of the Hon.
William J. Sullivan, a Justice of
the Supreme Court of the State
of New York, dated the 20th day
of February, 1967 and filed with'
the complaint and other papers
in the office of the Clerk of the
County of Nassau, Old Country
Road, Mineola, New York.
The object of this action is
for personal injuries and property
damage sustained by the
plaintiff in the sum of $ 75,962.44
arising out of an automobile accident
which took place on October
18, 1965 at the intersection
of Hempstead Avenue and Roosevelt
Boulevard in the Village of
West Hempstead, Nassau County.
Dated: Mineola, New York
February 20, 1967
GEORGE B. McPHILLIPS
Attorney for Plaintiff
Office & P. O. Address
150 Old Country Road
Mineola, New York
March 2, 9, 16, 23, 1967.
Wine & Liquor
LIC. 1- 1882
L. & W. RODEN#
- WE DELIVER-
328 Broadway, Bethpage
OPP. A & P
Result In Arrest
Police are investigating the
reported theft of auto parts from
parked cars at the Brune Motors
parking lot on 461 Fulton Street,
Joseph DiMaggro of 918- 06
Main Street, South Farmingdale,
reported to police that a battery
was stolen from his parked car
in the rear driveway of his home,
between the hours of 9: 45 a. m.
and 6: 15 p. m.
Several reports of petty larceny
of newspapers outside of
the Merritt Sweet Shop at 194
A Merrittt Rd. was reported to
Eighth Precinct police during
the past week.
At 3; 15 A. M. on Wednesday
morning, police arrested Harverf'
Rathsan, 28, of 18 Hamlet Road,
Levittown, at 139 Michele
Rathsan was charged with larceny
of 125 newspapers which
were left outside the shop during
the night. He was taken to
police headquarters for arraignment.
A police spokesman told the
OBSERVER that rhere has been
a rash of newspaper thefts during
the night hours in various
Nassau County communities. The
newspapers are delivered during
the late night and early morning
hours in time for morning newsstand
Police Report Three Cases
Of Malicious Mischief
Three cases of malicious mischief
were reported to the Eighth
Precinct police this past week.
Thomas Corcoran of 220 Fulton
Street reported that pellets
created window damage at his
Dan Wood of 2 Merritt Road,
reported that rocks thrown at
his home resulted in some damage.
Two windows in the office of
Gregory Sosa Agency at 291
Conklin Street, Farmingdale,
were reported to be broken.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that application has been made to the
Town Clerk of the Town of Oyster Bay by the following person for
permission to operate towcar or towcars upon the public highways
of the Town of Oyster BAY:
100 Jericho Tpke.,
Jericho, N. Y.
William Chelune, 2420 Myron Road
d/ b/ a/ Dee- Lyn Westbury, N. Y.
Written arguments setting forth reasons why the Town Clerk
should or should not find that public convenience and necessity
requires the licensing of said vehicle or vehicles as a towcar may
be filed with the Town Clerk of the Town of Oyster Bay at his office
at the Town Hall, Audrey Avenue, Oyster Bay, New York, on or
before the 27th day of March, 1967.
William B. O'Keefe
Dated: Oyster Bay, New York Town Clerk
March 10, 1967
# 96 Observer IT March 16, 1967
— Paid Political Advertisement —
MAYOR VOTE LIBERTY PARTY TRUSTEE
Joseph W. Zureck of # 28 Van Cott Avenue is running
to succeed himself as V i l l a g e Mayor. He has
served as a V i l l a g e Trustee since 1955 and has been
a c t i n g mayor since 1963. Mr. Z u r e c k assumed the role
of Mayor in July, 1963 when then Mayor Joseph Brune
suffered a heart a t t a c k . He became Mayor on October 1
when Brune resigned because of ill h e a l t h . Z u r e c k ' s
knowledge of the V i l l a g e and c o n s c i e n t i o u s n e s s have
been i n v a l u a b l e to the V i l l a g e . Ar. tive in c i v i l a f f a i r s,
Zureck has served as Chairman of the Cerebral Palsy
and B° y Scout fund drives and the Farmingidnle L i t t le
League ' as A s s i s t a n t Commissioner and Manager. He
has been employed by Grumman Aircraft Corporation
for more than 27 y e a r s.
Owen W. Drugan
Norman Krasnow, who is seeking h i s fourth term as
T r u s t e e , has been a resident since 1952. He is an insurance
agent w i t h an o f f i c e in the v i l l a g e.
Mr. Krasnow has long been a c t i v e in Community
a c t i v i t i e s , both c i v i c and r e l i g i o u s , and has been involved
in scouting for the past eight years. Prior to
his e l e c t i o n to the V i l l a g e Board, he served as a member
of the V i l l a g e P l a n n i n g Board.
On the V i l l a g e Board Mr. Krasnow serves as chairman
of the Water Committee, Insurance Committee and
as a member of many of > its standing committees.
NOW SERVING YOU AS MEMBERS OF YOUR VILLAGE GOVERNMENT ARE:
Board of Trustees
Willis B. Carman Jr.
John T . Hul'iihan
Vil lage Attorney
J OBOph SttTn
Robert M. Callahan, Deputy
Gregory Carman, Deputy
Board of Appeals
George Titterton, Chairman
Rocco Posilllco, j r.
Owen Drugatij Chairman
Irt- d Rathgeber
Mil. Ire. 1 lli'Mnroi
gdwin i'• ] I<' MII
Wharton B. Allen, jr.
Village Clerk _ Treas.
Deputy Village Clerk
Chester Ketcham, inspector
John K. Gillies
Charles j . Crunin
Actlnp police justice
Caroline Bunting Klesh
' Board of Fire Commissioners
John j . Delaney
Owen W. Drugan is seeking o f f i c e as V i l l a g e Trust
e e to succeed John 0 . Wagner, Jr. who is r e t i r i n g from
Mr. Drugan has been Chairman of the V i l l a g e P l a n ning
Board for the past six y e a r s . During this time he
has been instrumental in d e v e l o p i n g , for the Board of
T r u s t e e s , comprehensive plans for the development of
F a r m i n g d a l e .
He served for two years as D i s t r i c t Chairman for the
Community Chest and p a r t i c i p a t e d in various other
c h a r i t a b l e d r i v e s . He serves as an aide to the St.
K i l i a n ' s Boy Choir as well as being a member of the
Holy Name Society and the Knights of Columbus. He is
a member of the Royal Arcanum Society.
During World War II he served as an instructor in
the Strategic Air Command of the Air Force. He is employed
by the Gifford Construction Company of M e l v i l le
as a drainage engineer.
Mr. Drugan, a resident of Farmingdale for the past
15 years resides with his wife and two children at 30
j r .
Public Works Department
Huf. h Newman, Supt.
Kenneth Scherer, Deputy Supt.
S. A. Albrecht Co.
THE L I B E R A L PARTY
The Liberal Party is a group of interested citizens associated together for the sole purpose of
insuring conscientious and econorric admini strati on of Vi I lage affairs. The present members of our
Village Board of Trustees demonstrate that having experienced well qualified citizens in office is
the bestguarontec of good sound government.
Fffective long range programs for roads, drainage, parks, water supply and fire protection, at
minimal tax rates have been instituted by the present Village administration, together with the
many other fine people who render service to our community.
| V0TE TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1967 VILLAGE HALL, 361 Main Street, Farmingdale
12 Noon to 9 P. M.
Farmingdale OBSERVER Thursday, March 16, 1967
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