Hold Annual Homecoming This
Saturday At State University
LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE
A record number of alumni are
expected to return to the campus
of State University's Agricultural
and Techinical College at
Farmingdale this Saturday, October
21, for the 49th Annual
There are more than 11,000
alumni from the Farmingdale
College, with nearly 7,000 r e siding
on Long Island.
Numerous activities and special
e v e n t s will be featured
throughout the day and a float
parade, prepared by students of
the college, will be an outstanding
Returning alumni will register
in Roosevelt Hall between 10am.
and 2 p. m. A chicken barbecue
will be held from 11: 30 a. m. to
2 p. m.
At 2 pjn. the Aggie soccer
team will meet Concordia Junior
College and a float parade and
the Annual Queen Contest will be
held during half- time of the soccer
A dinner- dance will begin at
6: 30 p. m. in Roosevelt Hall.
Over 2,000 alumni and their
families returned to the campus
for Homecoming last year.
Alumni wishing further information
should contact Dennis
Acer, Alumni Office, State University
at Farmingdale, at 293-
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
The Board of Education of
Union Free School District No.
22, Towns of Oyster Bay and
Babylon, Counties of Nassau and
Suffolk, Farmingdale, New York,
hereby invites interested bidders
to submit sealed bids
for Library Magazine Subscriptions
for Farmingdale Public
according to the information to
Bidders, Specifications, Form of
Proposal, General Conditions and
other contract documents.
Bids will be received by the
Board of Education on November
16, 1967 at 11: 00 A. M. o'clock
( EST) in the business office at
521 Conklin Street, Farming-dale,
Information to Bidders and
other documents may be obtained
at said Business Office on
any school day between the
hours of 9: 00 A. M. and 4: 00 P. M.
The Board of Education reserves
the right to waive any
informalities or to reject any
or all bids.
The Board of Education reserves
the right to increase or
YOU'RE INVITED TO
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PLAID SPORTS BLANKET
Your entire family will enjoy this
multi- purpose blanket that has
its own zippered carrying case.
For car. sports, baby, etc.
1 QT. CORNING WARE SAUCEPAN
This famous make cookware goes
from freezer to oven to table.
Comes with glass cover. Use as
saucepan or casserole.
ELECTRIC HOSTESS TRAY
lovely " Americana Walnut" top
with golden border. Automatic
control maintains constant warm
WE'VE MOVED OUR
It's just a hop, skip and jump away from our old
location . . . but bigger, better and brighter to add
to your banking pleasure. Stop in, enjoy
the new facilities we've planned for
serving ALL your business and
OUR NEW LOCATION
C O M P A N V
901 South Main Street— South Farmingdale
Open Mon. thru Thurs. 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. Friday 9 A. M.
to 3 P. M. and 6- 8 P. M. Drive In Window open daily
9 A. M. to 3 P. M. and all day Fri., 9 A. M. to 8 P. M.
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decrease the quantities of equipment,
in which case the unit
price bid shall govern. The
Board of Education reserves the
right to accept part of the items
of one bidder and part of the
items of another in which case
separate contracts will be executed.
The Board of Education
also reserves the right to eliminate
from contract any items
or item and shall be credited
on unit price basis.
Board of Education
Union Free School District# 22
By: Veronica Hansen
Dated: October 16, 1967
# 306 IT Observer October 19,1967
Farmingdale, New York
NOTICE TO BIDDERS:
Sealed proposals will be r e ceived
by the Board of Trustees
of the Farmingdale Public Library
at Main & Conklin Streets,
Farmingdale, New York until 4: 00
P. M. Wednesday, November 8,
1967 at which time they will be
publicly opened and read and the
contract will be awarded as soon
thereafter as practicable for:
Detailed specification of these
items may be had at the Farmingdale
Public Library, Main &
Conklin Streets, Farmingdale
New York, Monday through Fri -
day 10: 00 A. M. to 5: 00 P. M.
from October 16, 1967 up to bid
The Board of Trustees of the
Farmingdale Public Library r e serve
the right to reject any and
all bids, waive any informalities,
and to accept the bid or bids
which it deems favorable to the
interest of the Library.
Mr. Robert Callahan, President
Board of Trustees
Farmingdale Public Library
Union Free School District 22
Towns of Oyster Bay and Babylon
Counties of Nassau and Suffolk
# 305 FT Observer Oct 19, 1967.
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, October 26,
1967 at 8: 00 p. m.
CASE # 67- 486
APPELLANT - Charles Sobocin-ski,
39 Poplar Avenue, South
SUBJECT - Variance to erect an
addition having one less side
yard and less aggregate side
yards than the Ordinance requires,
with the encroachment
of eave, gutter and stoop.
LOCATION - North side of Poplar
Avenue, 260 ft. east of Spruce
CASE # 67- 491
APPELLANT - Fams Homes,
Inc., c/ o Phillip F. Robinson,
Esq., 175 West Old Country
SUBJECT - Variance to erect a
residence on a plot having less
width and area than the Ordinance
LOCATION - Northeast corner
of Cinque DriveandCort Place,
CASE # 67- 496
APPELLANT - Charles M. Da-rienzo,
M. D., c/ o John E. Hein-rich,
Esq., 1 West Main Street,
SUBJECT - Applicant requests a
use variance permitting applicant
to continue to maintain a
physician's office on the subject
premises without the
necessity of residency.
LOCATION - Northeast corner of
Woodward Parkway and Wil-lard
Avenue, South Farming-date.
OYSTER BAY, NEW YORK
OCTOBER 16, 1967
BY ORDER OF THE
BOARD OF APPEALS
Town of Oyster Bay
Raymond H. Schoepflin,
Ellsworth Allen, Secretary
# 301 IT Observer
October 19, 1967
Page 12 Farmingdale OBSERVER Thursday, October 19, 1967
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