Farmingdale Resources, Society Topic
' • Farmingdale Historical Resources,
Hidden and Visable"
is the program topic of toe Farmingdale
Bethpage Historical Society's
quarterly meeting to be
held on Sunday, November 3rd
at 3 p. m. at the South Farming-dale
Branch Library, Merritt
Road, South Farmingdale. Edward
Smits, Director of the Nassau
County Historical Museum
and the Old Bethpage Village
Restoration will be the guest
speaker. He will gear his talk
to instruct junior and senior
historians, how to sleuth through
Mrs. Alonzo Gibbs, Chairman
of a film presentation of the
history of the Bethpage Purchase,
will report on the committee's
progress in preparing toe narrated
film program for the use
of organizations in the community.
The slate of officers and
trustees for the September 1968-
September 1969 calendar year
will be presented by the Nominating
Committee. The slate to
be presented includes: Mel Brenner,
President; Mrs. Andr'e Hubbard,
Vice President; Mr. Harvey
Gray, Recording Secretary; Mrs.
Richard Fyfe, Corresponding
Secretary and Mrs. Lucille
Nominated to the Board of
Trustees are: Miss Roberta
Everitt; Miss Barbara Gray, William
Johnston, Frank J. Klesh,
Mrs. Robert Nostrand, William
O'Keefe, Mrs. William Schwend-ler
and Alan L. Stone.
The general public is invited
Waters On Lehigh Wrestling Squad
Dave Waters, of Farmingdale, is a member of the varsity wrest-a
sophomore at Lehigh Univer- bng team. He will compete inthe
sity, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 123 pound class.
Mr. Robert is an expert with problem Hair.
He knows how to recondition and correct
your individual problems.
His knowledge of how to create hairstyles to enhance
the shape of your face can make you feel at your glamourous
LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE
BOARD OF APPEALS
Regular meeting of the Board
of Appeals, Town of Oyster Bay,
will be held in toe Town Board
Hearing Room, Town Hall, Oyster
Bay, on Thursday, November
7, 1968 at 8: 00 p. m.
CASE # 68- 529
APPELLANT— Harry Hamilton,
430 Clocks Blvd., Amityville.
SUBJECT— Variance to erect
an addition having less side
yard than the Ordinance requires,
with the encroachment
of eave and gutter.
LOCATION— North side of Prospect
Street and Clocks Blvd.,
CASE # 68- 530
APPELLANT— Raymond & Ida
Rodio, 12 Cheryl Lane, South
SUBJECT— Variance to install
a second kitchen in a one family
residence for use as a
Mother- Daughter dwelling.
LOCATION— South side of Cheryl
Lane, 125 ft. east of Tulip
CASE # 68- 532
APPELLANT— Henry Lorch, 6
Radcliff Lane, South Farming-dale.
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Successful use of tranquilizers
drugs to treat the mentally
ill has led many physicians
to believe that the root cause
of much mental illness might
be biochemical. While this
conflicts with Freudian theory
which blames most mental
disturbances on environment
and personality, a number of
discoveries indicate that up
sets in the body chemistry
may play a role. Nevertheless,
there are some researchers
that suggest that
all mental illness is caused
by almost unnoticeable imbalances
in the brain's chemical
Research is constantly developing
new theories & drugs.
Fill your prescriptions at
MOBY DRUGS, 226 Main St.
Tel. CH 9- 0268, for free delivery.
Cards. Cosmetics. . Coro
Jewelry. . Men's Toiletries.
HELPFUL HINTS: Buttons
sewed on each end of the
draw strings in baby's
clothes or Dad's pajamas will
prevent the strings from
SUBJECT— Variance toerectan
attached garage having one less
side yard and less aggregate
side yards than the Ordinance
LOCATION— West side of Radcliff
Lane, 129.27 ft. north of
Dover Lane, South Farming-dale.
BY ORDER OF THE
BOARD OF APPEALS
Town of Oyster Bay
Raymond H. Schoepflin,
OYSTER BAY, NEW YORK
OCTOBER 28, 1968
# 685 IT Observer
October 31, 1968
Vivian Mondrone, W. E. Howitt,
J. H. S. Student Council vice president,
readies her baton for the annual
football game against traditional
rival Mill Lane J. H. S.
of Farmingdale. A victory dance
followed after a 39- 19 victory
for the Howitt gridders.
Corps To Hold Bazaar
The Regimentals Junior Drum
and Bugle Corps, formerly known
as the Crusaders - Vanguards,
will hold its annual Bazaar on
Sunday, November 10, from 2
p. m. to 6 p. m. at the Talbonard
American Legion Hall, Eastern
Parkway and Prospect Place,
Co/ 7 for Appointment
Robert's Beauty Cottage
795 CONKLIN STREET CH 9- 7593 • FARMINGDALE
THREE GOOD REASONS WHY YOU
SHOULD VOTE ROW A ON NOV 5
Effective Public Servant
A thoroughly experienced and concerned public servant, Ralph Marino
has served his community asatown councilman, town board majority
leader, school board member and school district attorney. He knows
our community, its problems and i ts desires. He is concerned, involved
and he gets things done. As our State Senator, Ralph Marino
w i l l work unselfishly in our behalf, as he has done in the past.
RALPH J. MARINO
Experienced Responsive Legislator
As dean of Nassau County's assemblymen, Frank McCloskey has
amassed a wealth of knowledge, experience and accomplishment
that can not be duplicated. His legislative record has produced
stricter laws against violence, fraudulent welfare claims and has
helped the aged and mentally retarded. He offers continual responsible
thinking that constantly represents your wishes.
FRANK P. McCLOSKEY
• < •
Eminently Qualified Jurist
A keen mind and dedication to the highest moral and ethical principles
qualify Edward Poulos for the bench. An outstanding s t u dent
in c o l l e g e - - in the top 10% and on the Dean's list at St. John's
University Law School, Poulos' record as Conciliation Commissioner
of the Supreme Court, Tenth Judicial District, Town of Oyster Bny
majority leader, councilman and deputy attorney, underscore his
outstanding judicial qualifications.
THIS IS A REPUBLICAN YEAR
Help build a better future fer our community and nation
VOTE ROW A ALL THE WAY
l'. nd tor by tlu- K ann mn'lull' R e p u b l i c a n Commit t e e , 1- rank J. l l v n e s , <• x e i u t i v,- l.- aiier, 574 Kulloii Stre.- l, Karmii » B< Jal « J. New York U735
EDWARD J. POULOS
District Court Judge
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