To Give Recital
A sonata recital by Blanche
Johnson on the piano of 134 Bay
Drive, Massapeq< ia aid her s i s ter,
Elizabeth Bimbaum on the
viola will be offered by the Trustees
and Friends of the Massa-pequa
Public Library on Sunday,
February 25 at 3 p. m. at the Bar
They will perform Sonata in G
Major by J. S. Bach, Suite Heb-raique
by Ernest Bloch and Sonata
in F. Major by J. Brahms.
NOTICE OF SALE
WHITESTONE SAVINGS AND
LOAN ASS* N. Pltff. v. ANIBAL
R. CLAVELL, DORA M. CLAV-ELL,
h. w„ et al., Dfts.
Pursuant to judgment dated
January 4, 1968, and duly entered,
I will sell at public auction
to the highest bidder on die
front steps of State Supreme
Court Building, 100 Supreme
Court Drive, Mineola, N. Y„ on
the 5th day of March, 1968, at
10: 30 a. m., die premises and
improvements at North Massa-pequa,
Town of Oyster Bay, N. Y„
situate on die south side of Haw-
By Robin Merles
ssapequa H i g h School
Although the Senior Variety
Show of 1968 is only a memory
now, there is still another production
underway which is to be
held on April 5 and 6. Mrs.
Rivere is currently directing re-
thorne Street, distant 100 feet
east of intersected corner of
south side of Hawthorne Street
with east side of Summit Drive,
being a parcel 70 feet front and
rear by 100 feet deep, known
as 156 No. Hawthorne Street,
No. Massapequa, N. Y„ and more
particularly described in said
Dated: January 25, 1968
ERNEST E. BELFI
GEORGE J. MEADE
153- 17 Cross Island Pkwy.
Whitestone, N. Y. 11357
# 396 4T Observer Feb. 1, 8, 15,
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hearsals for' The Man Who C ame
To Dinner." Included in the cast
are: Vickie Kramer, Ralph
Vcelka, Ellen Kanner, Valerie
Hobish, and Terrance Phelan. . .
Congratulations to Bill Bremer,
who was chosen as " Senior of the
Month" by the school newspaper,
Chief Chat. . . Welcome home to
Cathy Reinhard, who is back from
a week in Florida. . . Congratulations
to the Massapequa Seniors
who have received notification of
winning Regents scholarships. In
Massapequa, there were 48 winners
and 29 alternates. . . The
Massapequa Chiefs wrestling
team finished out their SSAL I
grappling season with a six win-one
loss record. Thematmenare
now guaranteed a spot in the South
Shore Divisional championship
meets slated for the next few
weeks. . . Good luck. . .
More college acceptances:
Karen Brown, University of Cincinnati;
Vickie Kramer, New
York University; Mary McLough-lin,
State University at Farming-dale,
and Connie Grimes, Albany.
Congratulations. . .1 would also
like to take this opportunity to
welcome our two foreign exchange
students who are guests
of M. H. S. for three weeks as part
of a World Youth Forum program.
Marilyn van Heerden of
South Africa is staying with
Senior Gail Tierney, while Richard
van Zuilen is staying with
Senior Hank Rafkin. . . The music
department of Massapequa
High will present our Annual
Mid- Winter concert in the high
school auditorium Thursday,
February 22. Featured will be the
Mixed Chorus, the Girls' Choir,
the Acappella Choir, the Band,
and the Orchestra. . . . And a
special " hello" to alumni Mike
Alba, Vinnie Bongiorno, and Greg
Giammalvo, who are 1967 graduates
of Massapequa. . . And a final
note to all teeners - this is leap
year and February 29 is just a-round
the corner. . . As tradition
has shown us, on February
29, the girls ask the boys out for
that week- end. . . Get started,
girls, only six days until the 29th
. . . Until next time, oodles. . .
TO SHARE PULPIT
Rabbi Solomon Herbst of
Temple Sinai 270 Clocks Boulevard,
Amityville will share the
pulpit with The Rev. John M.
Haight, Rector of Grace Episcopal
Church on Friday February 23.
The Service was planned to commemorate
NOTICE OF_ SALE
COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE
OF NEW YORK: COUNTY OF
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF
THE UNITED STATES,
JOSEPH SANETTI aA/ a
RENO J. SANETTI and OLIVE
D. SANETTI a/ k/ a OLIVE SANETTI,
his wife, et al.,
In pursuance of a Judgement of
Foreclosure and Sale made and
entered in the above entitled
action, dated the 30th day of
January, 1968,1, the undersigned,
the Referee in said Judgment
named, will sell at public auction
to the highest bidder, on north
front steps of Nassau County
Court House, facing on Old Country
Road, Mineola, New York, at
10: 00 o'clock in the forenoon, on
March 8th, 1968, the premises
directed by said Judgment to be
sold and described as follows:
" ALL that certain piece or parcel
of land with the buildings and
improvements thereon erected,
situate, lying and being in the
Village of Massapjqua Park,
Town of Oyster Bay, County of
Nassau and State of New York,
shown and designated on a certain
map entitled, " Map of Massa-
Town Councilman Frank Hynes, left, presents a check for $ 15,000
to School District 22, Superintendent William A. Kinzler for the
School District's After- School Recreation Program as part of a
Town- School recreation aid plan. The Town of Oyster Bay Recreation
Department is assisting several school districts within the
Town to develop after- school recreation programs.
By Gene Catolono
P l a i n e d g e H i g h School
Apologies are extended to the
Plainedge PTA, for my having
misinformed the public in my
last column concerning the PTA
scholarship, due to an inaccurate
source. The following information
now stands correct.
Each winner will receive a
maximum of $ 250 per college
year, or $ 1,000 for all four years.
All applicants need at least an
85 average. Extra- curricular activities
are considered among the
weighing factors in determining
who shall receive the award. A
minimum of four students will
get the scholarship, and four
of these scholarships will not
be influenced by the financial
position of the student's family.
Any others to be awarded will
vary accordingly, staying within
the four - year maximum of
Winners of another scholarship,
have been publicized. Following
the names of these
students will be a brief mention
of their college plans.
John Arrighi intends to major
in Mathematics at Stonybrook,
Cornell, or Williams College.
David Davis will probably attend
Hofstra University and
major in Accounting.
Lawrence DiCapua would like
to go to Cornell and study Medicine.
pequa Park Section B, situated at
Massapequa, New York, surveyed
February 1929 by Baldwin & Cornelius
Co. Inc., Civil Engineers.
Freeport, Long Island" and filed
in the Nassau County Clerk's
Office on May 8, 1929 under Map
Number 993, New Number 2765
as and by lots 5432 to 5434 both inclusive
in Block 35, which said
lots, when taken together, are,
according to said map more particularly
bounded and described
as follows: BEGINNING at a point
on the westerly side of Lake-shore
Drive distant 280 feet
southerly from the corner formed
by the intersection of the westerly
side of Lakeshore Drive with the
southerly side of Harding Street;
. running thence southerly along
the westerly side of Lakeshore
Drive 60 feet; thence westerly at
right angles to the westerly side
of Lakeshore Drive 100 feet;
thence northerly parallel with the
westerly side of Lakeshore Drive
60 feet; and thence easterly and
again at right angles to the westerly
side of Lakeshore Drive 100
feet to the westerly side therof
the point of place of BEGINNING.
Dated: February 1st, 1968, WILLIAM
F. HANRAHAN, ESQ.. RE-FEREE,
BUCKLEY & BUCKLEY
HSQS., Attorneys for Plaintiff.
23 So. Main St., Freeport, N. Y.
# 410 4T Observer February 8,
15, 22, 29, 1968.
Barry Hainer wants to attend
Johns Hopkins University for a
course in either Chemistry or
Doug Kelban will also major
in medicine. He has been accepted
in Oneonta, Albany, and
Harper colleges, and has also
applied to Buffalo University.
Andrew Marino hopes to go to
Cornell to study Astronomy.
Bob Millard wants to attend
M. I. T. for a course in atomic
Sheldon Norris will attend the
United States Naval Academy.
Janet O'Leary might attend
either Bucknell University or
Allegheny CoUege and possibly
major in Chemistry.
Arlene Rabenbauer will study
Elementary Education at Adelphi
Ken Saffier will go to the
University of Michigan for a
course in Medicine.
Jennifer Palladino is a recipient
of the Regents Veterans
Alternates for the Regents
Scholarship awards are Anthony
Biegen, Gary Bores, George
Gallo, Stuart Feldsott, Lois
Kleid, William Lehmann, Eileen
Lehnert, Sharon Osborne, Craig
Pullen, Larry Rizzi, Richard
Rosa, Fred Schwartz, Carl Sil-bergleit,
Don Smolen, and Susan
Z angler. m
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