CAP Unit Readies For Annual Drill
Members of Nassau Composite
Squadron Five, Civil Air Patrol
will join thousands of volunteer
personnel throughout the state
in the annual Civil Defense
( . A. P. Effectiveness drill
scheduled for October I I through
Under the observation of Civil
Defense and Air Force officials
Civil Air Patrol senior and cadet
members will be asked to carry
out a variety of vital missions in
conjunction with a simulated disaster.
Activities will include
aerial photography, airlifting of
medical supplies and personnel,
radiological monitoring, traffic
observation, communications and
search and rescue.
The Squadron, a unit of the Long
Burglary of an inter com system
and three speakers was reported
from a model house at
Country Club Colonial on Quaker
Meeting House Road„
Lions To Hold Barn Dance
Skee Carter with live music
will be featured at the annual
Ram Dance held by the Farm-ingdale
Lion's Club September
The scene will be atthe Brotherhood
of Electrical Workers
Hall located on Pinelawn Rd.,
1 block east of route 110 opposite
the 110 Drive- in Theater.
Tickets at $ 8.00 per couple
rruiv be obtained at the door.
" NOTTCP TO TAXPAYERS"
. REi._„ ia6.8- Q9. SCHC10L. TAXES
The undersigned Receiver of
Taxes for the Town of Oyster
Bay, County of Nassau, State of
New York, hereby gives notice
that he has received the School
Tax Roll and warrant attached
thereto dated September 23,1968
and will be in attendance to receive
TOWN HALL, AUDREY AVE.,
OYSTER BAY, N. Y. 11771
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1% 8
and each weekdav thereafter from
9: 00 A. M. to 4: 45 P. M. ( Saturdays,
Sundays and holidays excepted).
The following scale of penalties
is hereby prescribed for neglect
to pay the School taxes after
they have become due and payable.
First half due and pavable October
1, 19G8. If the first half is
not paid on or before November
10, 1968, penalty will be added
at the rate of one per centum
per month from October 1, 1968
calculated to the end of the month
during which payment is made.
Second half due and payable
April 1, 1969. Penalty on the
second half will be added after
May 10. 1969 at the rate of one
per centum per month from April
1. 1969 calculated to the end of
the month during which payment
If the full year's tax is paid on
or before November 10. 1968.
discount will be allowed on the
second half of the tax at the rate
of one per centum of the second
half. No discount allowed on payments
made after November 10,
* * *
Taxes are payable by cash,
certified checks or Post Office
money orders. Uncertified
checks will be accepted subject
to collection only.
When sending for tax b i l l s,
please state the School District
location. Section, Block and Ix) t
numbers in accordance with the
Nassau County Tax Map.
After May 31, 1969, the 1968-
69 School Tax Roll will be turned
over to the County Treasurer,
Mineola. N, Y. and all payments
after that date should be made
at the Office of the County Treasurer.
' Receiver of Taxes
Town of Oyster Bay
Dated: September 23. 1968
Oyster Bay. N. Y. 11771
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Island Group, will be based at the
C. A. P. area, Zahn's airport
where overall operations for the
island will be directed by Lt.
Colonel Howard 1.. Wirt/, Group
Commander. Wirtz indicated that
Civil Defense activities are a
part of the total C. A. P. program
in addition to aerospace education
and flying orientation for boys and
girls between the ages of 13
Local residents, all officers
in C. A. P. who are expected to
participate in the weekend drill
are Capto John Suler, Lt. I. eon
Schmitt, Lt. Sherman Levitt, Lt.
• John Kempey, Major Jay
Schleichkorn, S/ M Louis Cork
and Walter Ghiorsi.
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LONG ISLAND LIGHTING
Come see the cars
with the come- closer look
New top- of- the- lme Olds 88 Delta 88 Royale
They're at your Oldsmobile dealers right now.
Captivating cars like this all- new Delta 88 Royale
— youngmobile thinking in a big, beautiful package.
Sportier looking vinyl top— that's youngmobile
thinking. Longer, easier riding 124- inch wheelbase
— that's youngmobile thinking. So is the custom pin-striping.
The side fender louvers. The no- vent
panoramic windows. To say nothing of a Rocket
455 V- 8. They're all standard on Royale, along
with all the new GM safety features. There's even
an ingenious anti- theft device to keep your Delta
88 Royale your Delta 88 Royale. Stop in soon.
See ajj the cars with the come- closer look.
They're on display and waiting for you right now.
Escape from the ordinary at your Oldsmobile dealers:
Toronado, Ninety- Eight, Delta 88,
4- 4- 2, Cutlass, Vista- Cruiser.
Farmingdale OBSERVER, Thursday, September 26, 1968
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