Announce Winners Of Youth Council Physical fitness Meet
Over 250 boys and girls participated
in the Fifth Annual
Farmingdale Youth Council
Physical Fitness meet at Farmingdale
Main Street school amassed
315 points to win the elementary
school division for the fifth
straight year. In the junior high
school division. Weldone Howitt
J. H. S. with 496 points repeated
last years performance.
Robin Jaisle of Howitt Weldone
Jr. High School took first place
honors for the fifth consecutive
Individual winners include:
Grade 4: 1st - Nathan Boyd,
Barbara Arvanitis; 2nd - John
Magro, Karen Mineo; 3rd - Gary
Krebs, Julie Long; 4th - Robt.
Lipoui, Susan Podlewski; 5th -
Paul Brodowski, Terry Carlino;
6th - Anthony DeMasi, Sherry
Grade 5: 1st - Larry Gartner,
Meryl Swallow; 2nd - Mark
McGlone, Lynette Eisenberg;
3rd - Wayne Bodamer, Denise
Logan; 4th - John Maucher,
Elaine Finn; 5th - MarkTambini,
Joann Catanzaro; 6th - Gary
Stern, Cathy Kelting.
Grade 6: 1st - Jim Teaton,
Jean Korchowsky; 2nd - Kevin
Toliver, Amanda Gaye; 3rd -
Joseph Walsh, Nina Ale shin; 4th -
Daniel Coogan, Kathleen Phalen;
Arrest Youth On Main Street
For Possession Of Marijuana
16 year old Copiague youth juana and a corn cob pipe, when
arrested was on Main Street, he was aDDroached bv the rx>-
Farmingdale, on charges of possession
According to Nassau County
police, the accused was attempting
to throw out of the car
window 118.5 grains of mari-he
approached by police.
He was jailed in lieu of $ 5,000
bail after a hearing last Friday.
The case will be heard this Friday,
K of C Slates Open House
The Farmingdale Council
Knights of Columbus will hold
an Open House on Sunday, March
12th. between the hours of 3 and
6 p. m. at the K of C Council
home, Morton St. and Garity
A film " The Papal Challenge",
will be shown.
5th - Thomas Buckman, Sharon
Sperber; 6th - Brian Landau,
Grade 7: 1st - Richard Finn,
Robin Jaisle; 2nd - Robert Finn,
Laurie Carlino; 3rd - PaulWeis-berg,
Susan Logarquist; 4th -
Bill Podlewski, Mary Weiss; 5th -
Paul Slegel, Joann Warshun; 6th -
Ronald Humphries, Connie DeMasi.
Grade 8: 1st - Larry Ver-asco,
Linda Cifaldi; 2nd - Steven
Epstein, Carol Wald; 3rd - Tom
Grieco, Evelyn Gaberlavage;
4th - Joe Smallwood, Susan Nidds;
5th - Gary bines, Linda LiCausi;
6th - Larry Lilley, PatMarrone.
The Kiwanis Club of Farming-dale
will hold their Eighth annual
Easter egg roll at the Bethpage
State Park on Palm Sunday March
19th at 2 p. m. Prizes will be
awarded to the winners in each
The Easter Bunny will be on
hand to greet youngsters with
Dr. Walter Strubel, chairman
of the event, announced that in
the event of bad weather, the egg
roll will be postponed to Easter
Sunday, March 26.
Grade 9: 1st - Ray Schleick-horn,
Jill Knee; 2nd - Ken Saur-man,
Sue Korchowsky; 3rd -
Jim Monthos, Sandy Ferraro;
4th - Richard Goldberg, Pam
Jaisle; 5th - Gerry bines; and
6th - Don Cabella.
STATE OF NEW
YORK COUNTY OF
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 ac-
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cident 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.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Pursuant to Resolution # 897-
1964, please take notice that
SEALED BID PROPOSALS must
be received and stamped by the
Director of Purchasing, Town
of Oyster Bay, at his office located
at Town Hall, Audrey Ave.,
Oyster Bay, N. Y., not later than
11: 00 A. M. prevailing time on
March 22, 1967. Following which
time bids will be publicly opened
and read, and the contract awarded
as soonthereafter as practical
Purchase of various items of
Laboratory Equipment* supplies
for Town of Oyster Bay Sludge
Treatment Plant as specified in
Bid Proposal E 5- 67.
Purchase of one ( 1) Electric
Semi- Automatic Checksigning
Unit ( Burroughs Model T 146
or equal) less trade- inallowance
for one ( 1) Model 149 Protecto-,
graph Checkwriter & one ( 1)
Model 31 Protectograph Check-signer
as specified in Bid Proposal
E 6- 67.
Purchase of two ( 2) Custom
Tax Receipting Machines ( Burroughs
# 1010252 or equal) less
trade- in allowance for two ( 2)
Burroughs Tax Receipting Machines.
As specified in Bid Proposal
E 7- 67.
In accordance with detailed specification
and bid proposal sheets
which may be obtained at the
office of the Director of Purchasing,
Town Hall, Oyster Bay,
N. Y., on and after March 7, 1967
during regular business hours.
The Director reserves the
right to reject any or all bids, in
whole or in part, to waive any
informality in any or all bids,
and to accept the bid or part
thereof deemed most favorable
to the town after all bids have
been examined and checked. No
bid shall be withdrawn for a
period of 45 days after being publicly
opened and read. RETURN
TWO ( 2) PROPOSALS, ORIGINAL
AND ONE ( 1) DUPLICATE.
Bidders may bid on any one
of the above proposals, or such
parts as they can furnish, in
accordance with the proposal and
BY ORDER OF THE
TOWN OF OYSTER BAY
JAMES E. BAKER
DIRECTOR OF PURCHASING
WILLIAM B. O'KEEFE
Dated: Oyster Bay, N. Y.
March 3, 1967
N. B. Revised 7/ 6/ 65
# 90 IT Observer March 9, 1967
END OF THE YEAR
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