Pianist Richard Caspar
To Perform At State University
Pianist Richard Casper will
perform works by Mozart,
Schumann, Beethoven, Debussy,
and Liszt at the State University
Agricultural and Technical College
in Farmingdale on Friday,
May 12, at 8 p. m.
Casper, who has recently returned
from his third European
tour, made his New York debut
in 1962. Since dien, annual coast-to-
coast tours and a brilliant
Carnegie Hall recital last season
have earned him critical
He will perform in the Roosevelt
Hall Theatre on die Farmingdale
tickets are available to die general
public. For reservations or
additional information, call die
Student Activities Office, 694-
7800, ext. 303.
Nine Receive Second Degree
In K of C Rites
The Farmingdale Council 2204
Knights of Columbus held an exemplification
of the Second Degree
for members Dominick Ba-silicato,
Andrew Bishop, Robert
Brady, Al Caretta, Louis Fat-torusso,
Angelo Patrissi, AugustinCapel-lini
and Joseph Magliato.
The men are scheduled to take
their third degrees at the Lin-denhurst
Council later this
The Degree Team was led by
Past Grand Knights John Leahy
and George Engel.
Mayor Joseph Zureck, Postmaster
Leo J . Morgan, and civic
leaders joined in placing die
first 1967 National Maritime Day
Poster on the mail trucks. The
ceremony and the poster highlight
die American Merchant Marine
and its importance to the Nation's
trade and defense.
The poster shows a merchant
ship and carries diis year's
slogan, " American Ships Bridge
In placing die poster on die
first mail truck, Mayor Zureck
noted the fact tiiat " the American
Merchant Marine plays a
major role in maintaining die
Nation's trade, aiding in our
balance of payments, and supporting
our efforts in Vietnam.
Bishop Cosia Of Brazi To
Confirm 525 At. St. Kilian's
The Most Rev. Benedict Dominic
Coscia, OFM, Bishop of
Jatai, Brazil, will visit the parish
of St. Kilian, Farmingdale,
this Sunday, May 14, to administer
Confirmation to 525 children.
Because of the large number
to be confirmed, two ceremonies
will be held, one at 2: 30
p. m. and a second at 4: 30 p. m.
The Rev. Raphael Schoof, O.
S. B., is pastor of St. Kilian's
Board Appoints Posillico
To Planning Board
The Farmingdale Board of
Trustees on Monday appointed
Dominick Posillico to the Planning
Board to replace Owen Bill
Drugan who was recently elected
to the Village Board of Trustees.
The Board also approved the
Planning Board recommendation
that Fred Rathgeber be appointed
as chairman of the Planning
Vamps Slate Rescue
The Farmingdale Fire Department
will conduct a mouth
to mourn rescue breathing
class on Tuesday, May 16,
and Thursday, May 25 at 8
p. m. Women who attend are
requested to wear slacks.
Refreshments will be
served after the class.
De Marco To Receive Degree At
Ray L. De Marco, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph L. De Marco
of Bethpage Rd., Farmingdale
will receive his Bachelor of Science
Degree from the University
of Pittsburgh on May 31st. He
has been awarded a fellowship
to the University of California
for his PH. D. in Bio- Psychology.
De Marco is a 1963 graduate of
Farmingdale High School.
Going to Canada?
Here's a Tip On Insurance
Ellsworth ' Doc' Allen of The
Wharton B. Allen Insurance A-gency,
of Main Street, Farming-dale
reminded motorists of automobile
requirements of persons
visiting in Canada. Travel to
Canada is expected to be unusually
heavy because of Expo ' 67
which opened April 28 and run
to October 27.
" Many of the provinces are
strict about evidence of insurance
for United States motorists,
Choral Group Entertains
The choral group of the Women's
Club of Farmingdale under
the direction of Mrs. Joseph
Interact Project To Assist
Senior Citizens, Shutins
particularly in the event of an
accident. They require a minimum
bodily injury limit of $ 35,-
000, and a minimum property
damage limit of $ 35,000," according
to ' Doc' Allen.
Most insurance companies
have made available a Canadian
non- resident card, and motorists
planning to travel into Canada
are being advised to obtain one
from his agent in advance of the
Wine & Liquor
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328 Broadway, Bethpage
Opp. A & P
The Interact Club of Farming-dale
High School has instituted
a plan to bring die services of
the library to senior citizens and
shutins. Working with the public
library, die Interact Club will
bring books, records, and magazines
to die home of anyone unable
to use library facilities. Interact
President Doug Noll explained
die program in diis way.
Participants may request specific
material or literature by
calling Jim Anderson at CH 9-
1767 after 4 p. m. The material
will be delivered by an Interact
member and, after two weeks,
will be picked up and returned
to die library. Those interested
in participating in die program,
may inquire at eidier branch of die
Masons, K of C. Join In
The New York State Masons
and die Knights of Columbus will
join forces for a Brotherhood
Night on Tuesday, May 23 at 8
p. m. at Shea Stadium when die
Mets play die Los Angeles Dodgers.
The Grand Master of Masons in
die State of New York, Frank C.
Staples pf Floral Park and his
Staff of Grand Lodge Officers,
along with New York State Deputy
James E. Foley and dignitaries
of die Knights of Columbus
will be on hand to greet members,
dieir families and friends.
The Officers of die 32 Masonic
Lodges in Nassau County have
tickets and are arranging bus
transportation for die fraternal
LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE
Roesch performed at die Club's
meeting last Thursday.
The Musical, " Flight into
Song", was performed by, Mrs.
Harvey Barke, Mrs. Leland Ber-lette,
Miss Sarah Howitt, Mrs.
John Gillies, Mrs. Joseph Mer-indino,
Mrs. Robert Mohrman,
Mrs. John Purcell, Mrs. George
Titterton, and Mrs. Berthold Wil-lenbrock.
The event was preceded
by a gourmet finger luncheon.
On June 1, the Women's Club
will hold their annual picnic at
the home of Mrs. Erling Lunde.
Dems To Meet
The next meeting of die Farmingdale
Democratic Club will be
held on Thursday, May 18, at
8: 30 P. M. at 640 Fulton Street.
Farmingdale OBSERVER Thursday, May 11, 1967
Dick Bassanoof Grumman Aircraft
Company will present a program
on the Lunar Module at the
regular monthly meeting of St.
Kilian's Holy Name Society, Monday,
May 15, at 8: 30 p. m.
Bassano received his Air
Force commission and wings in
1960 He trained in F- 100 jets
and spent three years in die Far
East as a Tactical Fighter Pilot,
and four months in Thailand and
South Vietnam. He was released
from active duty in 1965. He is
presently working as a Lem Consulting
Other features of the meeting
will be presentation of the " Living
Rosary" starting at 8 : 00p. m.
in the Church.
Anna N. Booth
Anna N. Booth of 52 Graham
St., South Farmingdale passeda-way
on Monday. The deceased is
survived by her husband Leon
C , mother of Charles A. Booth,
grandmodier of Douglas, sister of
Mildred Kinney, Charlotte Cul-len,
Lewis and Andy Nieder-,
Religious services were held
on Wednesday at the Methodist
Church in Farmingdale followed
by interment in Long Island National
The funeral was under the direction
of the Arthur F. White
Farmingdale Connie Mack
Baseball League will hold try-outs
for the " A" and " B " Division
baseball teams at Wel-don
E. Howitt Jr. High School
field between the hours of 9: 00
a. m. and 11: 00 a. m. on Saturday
May 13, May 20, and May 27.
Boys between the ages of 16
through 19 are eligable.
Further information may be
obtained by contacting Pat
Murphy at CH 9- 0619.
Dr. Loffin To Address
The Northside General P. T. A.
meeting will be held on Wednesday,
May 17, at 8: 30 HI the All-
Ginsberg To Address GOP
Assemblyman Martin Ginsberg
will address the members of die
Farmingdale Republican Club at
their next meeting on Monday,
May 15, at 8: 30 p. m. at St.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Pursuant to Resolution # 897-
1964, please take notice that
SEALED PROPOSALS must be
received and stamped by the
Director of Purchasing of the
Town of Oyster Bay, at his office
located at Town Hall, Audrey
Avenue, Oyster Bay, N. Y.,
not later than 11: 00 A. M. prevailing
time on MAY 17, 1967
following which time, they will
be publicly opened and read and
the contract awarded as soon
thereafter as practical for:
PURCHASE OF ONE ( 1) NEW
1967 1/ 2 TON PICKUP VEHICLE
( FORD MODEL F100 OR EQUAL)
AS PER SPECIFICATIONS OUTLINED
IN BID PROPOSAL E
In accordance with detailed
specifications and proposal
sheets which may be obtained
at the office of the Director of
Purchasing, Town Hall, Oyster
Bay, N. Y. on and after MAY
8, 1967 during regular business
Each bid proposal must be
accompanied by bid security
( CERTIFIED CHECK or BID
BOND) in an amount equal to
not less tiian five ( 5%) percent
of the total amount bid, payable
to the Town of Oyster Bay as
assurance that the bid is in good
faith. The security of all except
the three lowest bidders will
be returned as soon as the bids
have been opened and checked.
Upon approval of the Purchase
Order by the Comptroller or
within 48 hours thereafter, the
remaining unsuccessful bidder's
checks will be returned. The
check of the successful bidder
will be retained until either a
performance bond ( when called
for in the proposal) or delivery
& acceptance of die material
has been acknowledged, as
evidenced by approval of a claim
for payment in full by Department
Each check must be identified
by bid item number whenever
more than one check is furnished
The Director reserves the
right to reject any or all bids
in whole or part, to waive any
informality in any or all bids
and to accept the bid or part
thereof which it deems 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 at*?
read. RETURN TWO ( 2) PROPOSALS,
ORIGINAL AND ONE
( 1) DUPLICATE.
Bidders may bid on any one
of the above proposals, or such
part or parts thereof as they
can furnish, in accordance with
the proposal and general specifications.
BY ORDER OF
THE TOWN BOARD
TOWN OF OYSTER BAY
WILLIAM B. O'KEEFE
JAMES E. BAKER
DIRECTOR OF PURCHASING
DATED: OYSTER BAY, N. Y.
May 5, 1967
# 151 IT Observer May 11, 1967
" I know what
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Is land. i|
" All of our past
customers said the same
thing. With gas heat
they had no maintenance
worries, no worries
about cleaning soot and
chimneys. And t h a t ' s
certainly an advantage to
the housewife. Another
factor is that with gas
heat you don't have any noise. When a regular
burner goes on you hear a rumbling noise.
" I ' v e built plenty i » l houses. 1 know what the
people want. That's why
we're using gas. M 7 » co
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