Cub Pack Receives
Institute New Liturgy At St. Thomas Special Flag
The Novembers theme for Cub
Pack # 514 was Flags, and in the
appropriately - bedecked North-
. side School auditorium, good
things were happening! A flag
that had just a short while ago
flown over the State Capitol,
and was obtained for the Cubs
by Congressman James Grov-er,
and presented by Dr. Benjamin
Giminarro. The flag will
be used as the official Ceremonial
and Marching flag of Cub
The Cubs are now working on
their " Good Will Project", a
joint cooperative effort for the
Vietnamese Assistance Committee.
The Cubs and their r e spective
Den Mothers, are busy
collecting items to be donated and
shipped to the " Manchus*", a
pacification unit in Vietnam. The
men in turn, distribute these
items to the needy. The Manchu
Unit has been adopted by a group
The proposed New Liturgy of
the Episcopal Church, The
Liturgy of the Lord's Supper -
the Celebration of Holy Eucharist
and Ministration of Holy Communion
will be installed at Sunday
services at St. Thomas Episcopal
Church, Farmingdale, the
Rev. Albert H. Palmer, Rector,
announced this week.
The New Liturgy was approved
for trial use throughout the Episcopal
Church at a Convention in
Holy Ha me Features
To gladden the hearts of less
fortunate children, St. Kilian's
Holy Name Society's Monday,
December 11 meeting will feature
a " Toys for Tots" night.
Members will gift wrap toys
*. o be distributed to local needy
Greater involvement by the
laity will be one of the chief
features of the altered rite. Lay
persons will henceforth read the
Epistle as well as the Old Testament
Lesson provided for in the
service. Two representatives of
the congregation will also carry
the elements of Bread and Wine
to the Altar at the Offertory.
Services are held every Sunday
at 7: 30, 9: 00 and 10: 45 a. m.
' Toys For Tots'
and to young patients in St.
Charles Hospital at Port Jefferson,
on Christmas morning. The
meeting will start at 8: 30 p. m.
in the Conklin St. school auditorium.
Post Office Extends Hours
Window service for the Christmas
season has been expanded
at the Main Office and The South
Farmingdale Branch Post Office.
Starting this Saturday, December
9, windows will be open from
8: 00 a. m. to 3: 00 p. m. from
Monday through Friday, December
11, through Friday, December
15, windows will be open
from 8: 00 a. m. through 6: 00p. m.
on Saturday, December 16, 8: 00
a. m. to 3: 00 p. m. Monday,
December 18, through Thursday,
December 21, 8: 00 a. m. to 6: 00
Normal service from 8: 00 a. m.
to 5: 00 p. m. will be rendered
on Friday, December 22 and on
Saturday, December 23, from
8: 00 a. m. to 12 noon.
Money orders will be sold
on Saturday, December 9 and
December 16, as well as all
other window services. Money
Orders are not usually sold on
" Earn while you learn" concept of teaching adult retardees is
explained by Milton Levine CD, Director of the Vocational Training
Center of the Association for the Help of Retarded Children, Inc.
to Lion Vice President Dr. Benjamin Goldberg ( R) at a recent
Farmingdale Lion's Club Meeting. Levine is showinga satin covered
ladies dress hanger made by a retarded adult at the Center.
The new Farmingdale Bakery
of 242 Main Street, Farming-dale
is celebrating its first anniversary
and to show their appreciation
they are offering a
bakers dozen of buns and rolls
to customers this Friday and
Saturday, December 8 ant 9th.
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LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12 8: 30 p. m.
Farmingdale Youth Council, Village Hall, Main
BOARD OF APEALS
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, December
14, 1967 at 8: 00 P. M.
CASE # 67- 581
APPELLANT - Anthony Contino,
c/ o Anthony R. DiGen-naro,
Esq., 5260 Merrick Road,
SUBJECT - Variance to erect a
residence on a Dlot having less
width, area, less front and
through front setbacks than
the Ordinance requires, with
the encroachment of eave, gutter,
stoop, and chimney.
LOCATION - Southeast corner of
Tomes Avenue and First Avenue,
CASE # 67- 593
APELLANT - Arret Homes,
Inc., c/ o William S. Cohn,
Esq., 666 W. Merrick Road,
SUBJECT - Variance to erect a
residence on a plot having
less width, one less side yard
and less aggregate side yards
than the Ordinance requires
also the encroachment of eave,
gutter and chimney.
LOCATION - West side of Pleasant
Avenue, 338.27 ft. south
of Main Street, Farmingdale.
OYSTER BAY, NEW YORK
DECEMBER 4, 1967
BY ORDER OF
THE BOARD OF APPEALS
Town of Oyster Bay
Raymond H. Schoepflin,
# 354 IT Observer Dec. 7, 1967
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te To the People of Farmingdale and surrounding areas.
Si We wish to thank you for making our first year a huge success.
* On December 8th and 9th we'll give a Bakers Dozen on buns and rolls
to show our appreciation
Give Us A Chance To Prove
That Quality & Courtesy
Is Our Motto
ONCE YOU TRY YOU WILL ALWAYS
BUY AT THE SIGN -
NEW FARMINGDALE BAKER
WHERE ONLY THE BEST IS GOOD ENOUGH
FOR OUR CUSTOMERS!
242 M a i n Street
F a r m i n g d a le
O p e n S u n d a y s Till 8 P. t*.
CH 9- 0142
Farmingdale OBSERVER Thursday, December 7, 1967
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