Harold A. Kiefer of 4 Woodland
Avenue, Farmingdale passed
away last Wednesday. He is survived
by his wife Veronica and
two children, Joyce and Ronald
as well as a brother, Edward and
by three sisters, Helen, Mation,
Gertrude and Anne.
The Rev. Bernardt Bohrer,
Pastor of St. Luke's Lutheran
Church conducted the religious
services at McCourt and Trudden
Funeral Home at 385 Main
Street, Farmingdale on Friday.
Interment followed on Saturday
at Long Island National Cemetery.
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Clara Lavigne of 141 Hillside
Road, Farmingdale passed on, on
Friday. She is survived by four
children, Catherine, Helen, Joan
and Robert, 13 grandchildren and
three great grandchildren.
A Requiem Mass was held on
Tuesday atSt. KilianR. C. Church.
Funeral services were under
the direction of the McCourt and
Trudden Funeral Home.
Interment followed at Long I s land
• * *
Hannah Christman of South
Farmingdale passed awayonSun-day.
She is survived by her granddaughter,
Violet Donlon of South
Fa rmi ngdale and two g ra nddaugh -
ters, Laura and Elizabeth.
Religious services were conducted
by the Rev. Kenneth Hoofer
of the Farmingdale Methodist
Church on Tuesday.
Funeral arrangements were
under the direction of the Arthur
F. White Funeral Home, 315
Conklin Street, Farmingdale.
* * *
Curtis Ketcham of Cold Spring
Harbor, a former Farmingdale
resident passed on on Christmas
He is survived by his wife,
Clare, a son Robert C. and two
grandchildren, Ruth Claire and
Susan Roberta as well as two
brothers Lyman and Nathaniel
Ketcham and a sister. Addie
l-' uneral services were con-runer5t
HOHW 1) 1 r J i lHJigUdUJ.
Receives Officer Promotion
Army officer John F. By no, HI,
whose parents reside at 2 Rita
Place, Farmingdale, has been
promoted to the rank of First
Lieutenant at United States Army
Garrison Headquarters, In-diantown
Colonel Bernie D. Johnson,
Garrison Commander, pinnedthe
new insignia of rank on Lieutenant
Byno during a gathering
of Garrison staff officers.
The newly - promoted officer,
entered the Army in February
of 1966. He served in enlisted
status at Fort Knox, Kentucky,
prior to being selected to attend
Officer Candidate School.
A graduate of Farmingdale
High School, Lieutenant Byno
earned a Bachelors degree from
the University of Dayton in Ohio
William Drewes Cited In
National English Competition
William Christian Drewes of
Farmingdale Senior High School
has been cited as one of the outstanding
high school students of
English in the country. The> National
Council of Teachers of
English has named him a 1967
national runner- up in its annual
Achievement Awards competition.
Last spring a committee of
English teachers from the high
school nominated to represent
Farmingdale Senior High School
in the competition. The nation's
schools nominated almost 8,000
students for the citation. Of that
number, only 800 finalists were
chosen. They represent over 600
schools from 50 states.
The names of these students
are sent to every college and
university admissions officer in
the country. In previous years
99% of the Awards winners entered
the college of their choice.
Approximately 80% of those applying
for scholarships received
V. F. W. Slates Open House
The V. F. W. Post 516 this week
announced that the group will
hold an open house on Wednesday,
January 10 at 8: 30 p. m.
at the V. F. W. Hall on 635 Main
Exchange Student Available
For Speaking Program
Virgilio Falci, Farmingdale
Rotary Exchange student from
Belo Horizante, Brazil, who is
a member of the junior class at
the Farmingdale Senior High
School is currently residing at the
home of Norman Krasnow at 54
mg " zrtuueni, wnu uraue
a name as a soccer star had
previously lived with the Orrin
B. Dow's in North Massapequa.
The Student Council of the
Farmingdale Senior High School
collected funds for Virgilio to
place a long distance call to his
uay. - — " "
Virgilio is available as a guest
speaker to civic or service group
interested in learning more about
Brazilian family and teenage life.
He may be contacted by calling
Norman Krasnow's office at249-
Officers of the Farmingdale Columbiettes, are pictured at the Suffolk
State School, where they distributed toys, clothing, candy and
cookies to the patients. L. to R, are: Mrs. Donald Trudden, Mrs.
James Rooney, who played Santa, Mrs. Thomas Lalicki, and President
Mrs. John Leahy.
Newly- promoted First Lieutenant John F. Byno, 0f the United
States Army Garrison at Indiantown Gap Military Reservation,
Pa., whose parents, reside at 2 Rita Place, Farmingdale, receives
the insignia of new rank from ( L) Colonel Bernie D. Johnson,
Garrison Commander, as the Lieutenant's wife, die former Dorothy
Leckner and their one- year- old son John, IV, proudly look on at
Headquarters, Indiantown Gap Military Reservation.
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At Nautical Cadet Police Boy's Club award night, ( reading from
1 to r) Lt. Al Hauck, Lu Harry Leonard, Farmingdale's new
l^ atrolman Director Don Kelly, congratulate Cadet Chief Alan
Kirchner as « < Cadet of the Year". Looking on are: Petty Officer
John Profeta who received the Unit Citation Award and Petty
Officer Kenneth Spero who received the Battalion Award. According
to Commander, Carl A. Dittmeier ( not pictured), there
are still a few limited openings for boys ages ten to 18 at the
program held on Friday nights at Parkway Oak School.
Farmingdale OBSERVER, Thursday, January 4 , 1968
Is Coming To
Tuesday, January 9
at 7: 30 p. m.
at 124 Front St.
Registration $ 2.00
Weekly Classes $ 3.00
( pay by the week)
S M T W T F S
G. Roger Cahaney, formerly of
Farmingdale, and now a resident
of Cold Spring Harbor, has been
elected President of Sterling
Movies, Inc., one of the nation's
leading sponsored film distributors.
Cahaney, a Notre Dame University
graduate, joined Sterling
Movies in 1958. In 1961, he was
elected Vice President and in
1964 was appointed executive
Vice President of the company.
Prior to his association with the
company, he was executive secretary
of the Catholic Press Association
of the U. S. and Canada.
Cahaney is a past president of
the Board of Education of School
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Louis A. Fanning, history pro- i
fessor of the State University,
Farmingdale, will be the featured
guest speaker. He will I
discuss the Vietnam crisis.
The Ladies Auxiliary will
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, U: 30 a. m.
Women's Society For Christian Service of the
Farmingdale Methodist Church. Lester Chapin,
speaker, luncheon meeting, Historic Churches
of Long Island. _ _ _ — — . — — ^ — ——
Look tor f l i is Community Calendar each week.
A public service from your community dry cleaner.
Drive In - Plenty of
I One HOUR
75 MERRITT RD.
Just North of Hempstead Tpke. j=
Next to 7 - 11 S
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LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE
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, January 11, 1968 at
8: 00 P. M.
CASE # 68- 25
APELLANT— 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, area, less side front setback
and one less side yard
than the Ordinance requires,
with the encroachment of eave
LOCATION— Northeast comer
of Cinque Drive, and Cort
OYSTER BAY, NEW YORK
JANUARY 2, 1968
BY ORDER OF THE
BOARD OF APEALS
Town of Oyster Bay
Raymond H. Schoepflin,
# 376 IT Observer January 4,1968
LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF SALE
COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE
OF NEW YORK: COUNTY OF
NASSAU THE EQUITABLE LIFE
ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE
UNITED STATES, PLAINTIFF,
- AGAINST -
EDWARD PACILIO AND SHIRLEY
ANN PACILIO, HIS WIFE,
ET AL., DEFENDANTS.
In pursuance of a Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale made and'
entered in the above entitled action,
dated the 16th day of November,
1967, I, the undersigned,
the Referee in said judgment
named, will sell at public auction
to the highest bidder, on the north
front steps of the Nassau County
Court House, facing on Old Country
Road, Mineola, New York,
at 10: 00 a. m. in the forenoon, on
January 10th, 1968, the premises
directed by said Judgment to be
sold and described as follows:
" ALL that certain plot, piece or
parcel of land with the buildings
thereon erected, situate, lying
and being at Bethpage, Town of
Oyster Bay, County of Nassau,
State of New York and designated
as Lot 13 Block 217 Map of Hemp -
stead, Heath Estates, Section 1
situated at Bethpage, Nassau County,
N. Y., August, 1950 surveyed
by Albert L. Loeffler, Lie.
.'. and Surveyor" and filed in the
Office of the Clerk of the County
Qf Nassau December L\
1950 as Map No. 5124, bounded
and describedas follows: BEGINNING
at a point on the southerly
side of Norma Lane where
the same is intersected by the
extreme Easterly end of a curve
having a radius of 10 feet which
curve connects the southerly
side of Norma Lane and the Easterly
side of West Zoranna Drive'
and from said point of beginning:
running thence along the southerly
side of Norma Lane south
86 degrees 12 mini'tes 40 s e conds
East, 60.48 feet; thence
south 6 degrees 14 minutes 59
seconds west, 105.51 feet; thence
North 83 degrees 45 minutes 01
seconds West, 70 feet to the easterly
side of West Zoranne Drive,
thence along the Easterly side
of West > orrane Drive, North
6 degrees 14 minutes 59 seconds
East, 92.92 feet to the extreme
southerly end of the curve
having a radius of 10 feet first
above mentioned; thence Northeasterly
along the arc of said
curve a distance of 15.28 feet
to the Southerly side of Norma
Lane at the point or place of
beginning. Dated November 20th,
1967. HENRY MACCARO, ESQ.,
REFEREE, BUCKLEY & BUCKLEY,
ESQS., attorneys for plaintiff,
23 So. Main St., Freeport,
# 379 IT Observer January 4,1968
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