Organize An JL Smut Group
Representatives of various purpose of establishing an " Anti
service groups have been in- Smut League"' on Tuesday, De-vited
by the Citizens Associa- cember 12 at 8: 30 p. m. at the
tion of Massapequa Park to an Bar Harbour Library,
organizational meeting for the
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Army Private Robert F. Vir-gadamo,
19, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Casimiro C. Virgadamo, 151 E.
Lake Ave., Massapequa Park,
was assigned to the 125th- Transportation
near Saigon, Vietnam,
Army Private George A.
McHugh Jr., 19, whose parents
live at 45 Clinton St., Farming-dale,
completed eight weeks of
advanced infantry training, at Ft.
Dix, New Jersey.
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Second Lieutenant Wayne R.
Chandler, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd O. Chandler of 34 Lawrence
St., Farmingdale, N. Y.,
has been awarded U. S. Air Force
silver pilot wings upon graduation
at Moody Air Force Base,
The lieutenant is being assigned
to Phan Rang Air Base
Vietnam for flying duty with the
Pacific Air Forces.
He was commissioned in 1966
upon completion of the Air Force
Reserve Officers Training Corps
program at Ball State University
where he received his B. S.
Lieutenant Chandler is a
graduate of Farmingdale High
Lieutenant Colonel William F.
Studer, son of John L. Studer of
62 Harbor Lane, Massapequa
Park, is on duty at Pleiku
Air Base, Vietnam.
Colonel Studer, a transport
pilot, is a member of the Pacific
Before his arrival in Vietnam,
he was assigned to United States
Naval War College, Newport,
The colonel, a 1940 graduate
of Our Lady High School, Chesan-ing,
Mich., has studied at Central
Michigan University at Mount
Pleasant. He was commissioned
in 1946 upon graduation from the
U. S. Military Academy where he
also received a B. S. degree in
military science. ColonelStuder
earned an M. S. degree in nuclear
engineering in 1952 from
North Carolina State University
Airman Robert R. Walther, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Byron R. Walther
of 66 Alhambra Road, Massapequa,
has completed basic training
at Amarillo Air Force Base,
Texas. He has been assigned
to the Air Force Technical Training
Center at Sheppard Air Force
Base, Texas for specialized
schooling as an aircraft maintenance
Seaman Recruit James G.
Leavens Jr., USN., 18, son of
Mr. and Mrs James G. Leavens
Sr. of 172 Ocean Ave., Massapequa
Park, has been graduated
from nine weeks of Navy basic
training at the Naval Training
Center, Great Lakes, Illinois.
Seaman Apprentice Howard V.
Lupo Jr., USCG, son of Mr. and
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Mrs. Howard V. Lupo of 28 Grove
St., Massapequa, N. Y. has returned
to New London, Connecticut
aboard the Coast Guard Cutter
USCGC Owasco after a one-month
patrol in the North Atlantic
Electronics Technician School at
the U. S. Coast Guard Training
Center, Governors Island, New
Seaman Recruit Robert W.
Laubacher Jr., USN, 18, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Laubacher
. Sr. of 60 Grove St.,
Massapequa, has been graduated
from nine weeks of Navy basic
training at the Naval Training
Center, Greaf^ Lakes, Illinois.
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Coast Guard Ensign Michael
T. Bohlman, son of Mr. andMrs.
William E. Bohlman of 440 Pacific
St., Massapequa Park, has
returned to New London, Connecticut
aboard the Coast Guard
Cutter USCGC Owasco after a
one- month patrol in the North
Seaman Recruit John R. Chi-urco,
USN, 18, son of Mr. and
Mrs. PhilipChiurco of 216 Linden
St., North Massapequa, has been
graduated from nine weeks of
Navy basic training at the Naval
Training Center, Great Lakes,
Marine Private Charles J. Bo-den
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles J. Boden of 76 Avoca
Ave., Massapequa Park,* was
graduated from eight weeks of
recruit training at the Marine
Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island,
Hospitalman Apprentice Peter
C. Noor, USN, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Hans Noor of 25 Cherokee
St., Massapequa, was graduated
from the 14- week basic Hospital
Corps School at San Diego, California.
Marine Captain Peter E. Laux,
son or Mr. and Mrs. Edward
O. Laux of 120 Hampton Blvd.,
Massapequa, was promoted to
his present rank while serving
with Marine Observation Squadron-
One at the Marine Corps
Air Facility, Jacksonville, North
Seaman Electronics Technician
Frank H. Brimlow, USCG,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred G.
Brimlow of 28 Grove St., Massapequa,
was graduated from the
Marine Private First Class
Nicholas J. N. Lendino, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas C. Lendino
of 125 Rhode Island, Ave.,
Massapequa, is serving with the
Second Battalion, Fifth Marine
Regiment, First Marine Division
in the Republic of Vietnam.
Homemakers Council Slate
The annual Christmas luncheon
for members of The Massapequa
Park Chapter of the
Nassau County Homemakers
Council will be held on Thursday,
December 7, at 12: 00 noon,
St. David's Lutheran Church.
The luncheon consists of favorite
main dishes, salads and
desserts made by the members
of the Chapter.
The installation of officers will
take place following the luncheon.
The officers are Mrs. Gerard
Golden, Chairman; Mrs. Seth
R. Hubbard, 1st Vice Chairman;
Mrs. Edward A. Carey, 2nd Vice
Chairman; Mrs. Marvin Gluntz,
Recording Secretary; Mrs. S.
Lobeck, Corresponding Secretary;
Mrs. Joseph Soka, Treasurer;
Mrs. Joseph Riccobono,
Publicity & Historian; and Mrs.
Richard Block, Chairman of Nominating
The Classes for the month
are: " The Christmas Workshop"
by Mrs. Pearl Wilson and " The
Cookie Swap" by Mrs. Gerard
St. David Players
Present ' Snow White'
The St. David's Flayers from
St. David's Lutheran Church,
Massapequa Park, will present
Snow White and The Seven Giants
on Saturday, December 2, at
R. J. Lockhart School. Curtain
times are 4: 00 and 7: 30 p. m.
A free will offering will be taken.
Open House For Camp Fire Girls
The Southeast district of the
Nassau County Camp Fire Girls
will hold its second annual Open
House on Saturday, December 9th
at Village Hall on Front Street,
Massapequa Park from 11 a. m.,
to 3 p. m.
Hand- made articles from 37
groups that will be participating
will be on display. Many of them
in keeping with the Christmas
and Channkah season.
Entertainment will be offered
by the Camp Fire Girls who have
prepared a fairy story play,
movies and a wishing well. Santa
Claus will be on hand with some
of his helpers.
Park Civic Group Slates Election
Election of officers will be held
by the Citizens Association of
Massapequa Park on Tuesday,
December 5 at 8: 30 at the Hawthorn
A guest speaker will discuss
the anti- smut campaign.
LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Please take notice that the
Board of Education of U. F. S. D.
# 18, Plainedge Public Schools,
Betfipage, Town of Oyster Bay,
Nassau County, New York, hereby
invites the submission of sealed
bids for the following items:
Water Emulsion Wax
Specifications and instructions
to bidders may be obtained at
the office of Mr. G. Bretton,
Assistant Superintendent of
Schools, located at the Board of
Education Building, Hicksville
Road, South of Hempstead Turnpike,
Bethpage, New York. Sealed
bids will be received at this
office not later than 2 P. M.
December 7th, 1967 at which time
they shall be opened and read
publicly. The Board of Education
reserves the right to waive
any informalities or to reject
any or all bids or to accept
that bid or any single item from
any bid which in its judgment
is for the best interest of the
All bids shall be firm and
acceptable for 45 days after the
formal opening thereof, no bids
shall be withdrawn pending the
decision of the Board.
Bethpage, New York
By order of the
Board of Education
U. F. S. D. # 18
Town of Oyster Bay
Nassau County, New York
Asst. Supt. of Schools
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