' Christmas Oratorio'
The Massapequa Symphony Orchestra,
directed by Mr. H.
Dudley Mairs, will present J. S.
Bach's " Christmas Oratorio"
this Sunday afternoon, December
10th, at 3 p. m, in the Massapequa
High School Auditorium.
Featured in the choral program
will be the High School's A Cap-pella
Choir directed by Ralph
Hoyt of the vocal music faculty,
and four professional guest soloists.
They will be Jean Snow,
soprano, of Belle Terre; Eleanor
Edwards, alto, of WestburyjCarl
Olsen, tenor, of Commack and
William Goleeke, bass, of
Tickets to the afternoon concert
are $ 3.00 for adults and
$ 1.50 for students. Tickets may
be reserved by calling PY 8-
3092 or PY 9- 7664 or may be
purchased before concert time
at the box office.
* * * ARMED FORCES * * *
James Whited, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Mardis O. Whited of 68
Violet Street, Massapequa Park,
has been selected for the Advanced
Course of the Reserve
Officers' Training Corps Program
at the University of Vermont.
He is a junior and will
receive instruction in military
subjects as well as his regular
Army Specialist Four Dennis
P. Reilly, 20, son of Mrs. R.
Reilly, 200MerritttRoad, Farm-ingdale,
is participating in " Operation
Barking Sands" in Vietnam,
with other members of the
25th Infantry Division's 1st Brigade.
Spec. Reilly is a fire direction
center computer in Company
C, 4th Battalion of the
brigade's 23rd Infantry near Cu
Second Lieutenant Harvey K.
Dohn, 25, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick P. Dohn, 175 Abbey
St., Massapequa Park, completed
an engineer officer course at
the Army Engineer School at
Ft. Belvoir, Virginia.
Marine Private D a r r e l l T.
Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
S. E. Martirr of 2 Narwood Court,
Farmingdale, was graduated
from the Field Radio Operators
Course at Marine Corps Base,
Camp Pendleton, California.
First Lieutenant William J.
Wawerna, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Wawerna of 87 Midlawn
Drive, Massapequa, is on temporary
duty with the 4258th Strategic
Wing at U- Tapao Royal Thai
Air Force Base, Thailand.
Lieutenant Wawerna, a Strategic
Air Command pilot, flies
KC- 135 Stratotanker m i s s i o ns
that daily provide aerial refueling
to fighter, bomber and reconnaissance
aircraft conducting the
air war over Vietnam.
A 1960 graduate of Plainedge
High School, he received an A. B.
degree in education in 1965 from
the 2 University of Kentucky!* and
was commissioned there upon
completion of the Air Force
Reserve Officers Training Corps
program. He is a member of
Susan Bernstein Engaged
To Dr. Steven B. Hoizman
Jean Snow, soprano solist, will
make her third appearance with
the Massapequa Symphony Orchestra
this Sunday afternoon,
December 10th. She has performed
in opera and oratorio,
in radio and television.
sapequa, completed a medical
service officer basic course at
Brooke Army Medical Center,
Ft. Sam Houston, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bernstein
of Huntington, announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Miss Susan Bernstein to
Dr. Steven B. Hoizman, son of
Mrs. Nettie Hoizman of Farmingdale,
and the late Joseph Hoizman.
Miss Bernstein is a graduate
of the State University of New
York at Farmingdale and will
. receive a B. S. in Dental Health
Education from New York University.
Her father is a landscape
Dr. Hoizman, who served with
the United States Army as a
First Lieutenant, is a graduate
of the Farmingdale public schools
and received his B. S. and Doctor
of Veterinary Medicine degrees
from Colorado State University.
He is a local veterinarian. His
late father was a local business
man and civic leader and one of
the founders of the Farmingdale
Miss Susan Bernstein
Youth Council. He was also
a past President of the Farming-dale
Airman Joseph Palazzo Jr.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Palazzo
Sr. of 236 Forest Ave.,
Massapequa, has completed basic
training at Lackland Air Force
Base, Texas. He has been assigned
to the Air Force Technical
Training Center at Chanute Air
Force Base, Illinois for specialized
schooling as a flight training
equipment specialist. Airman
Palazzo is a 1967 graduate of
Massapequa High School.
Eileen Melnick To Become
Bride Of Allyn Stein
Army Dentist ( Capt.) MelvyiT
A Topel, 24, whose wife Audrey
lives at 940 N. Bay Ave., Mas-
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through their usual and always
hilarious antics with the referee,
John Fox, stealing the show.
At ) ialf time, entertainment was
provided by the Whiz Kids, a- junior
version of the Wizards. ( The
kids could put the Knicks to
shame ) The half time score was
28- 24 with the faculty trailing.
Coach DiFrancisco commented,
" We feel confident even though
we are trailing at half time."
The second half went pretty much
the same as the first except for
the fact that the teachers were
able to steal the ball a little more
The final score was 44- 40
with the Wizards victorious. Even
though the teachers lost, if it
hadn't been for the enormous
drive and unflinching determination
of such men as " Bullet" Bob
Reidy and " Tall Man" Joe Gilio
the score would not have been
as close as it was! After the game
I again asked coach DiFrancisco
for a statement. He said, " We
had an off night or else we would
have won." I wonder. I guess
well just have to wait until next
year to see. At any rate it was
entertaining and good fun and I
think that everyone, including
the teachers, thoroughly enjoyed
In my next column I'm going
to talk about Virgilio Falci, an
exchange student at FHS.
Coast Guard Ensign Michael
T. Bohlman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William E. Bohlman of
440 Pacific St., Massapequa
Park, and husband of the former
Miss Mary E. Parker of 36
River Ave., Norwich, Connecticut,
has returned to New London,
Connecticut aboard the Coast
Guard Cutter USCGC Owasco
after a one- month patrol in the
North Atlantic Ocean.
Eileen Diane Melnick, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Melnick
of 474 Grand Boulevard,
Massapequa Park, will be mar- •
ried to Allyn Jerome Stein, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stein of
3982 Daleview Avenue, Seaford
on Sunday, December 24 at 2: 30,
p. m. at the Huntington Town
The bride will wear a white
silk gown with organza and lace.
The maid of honor will be
Barbara Switzky of 21 Hastings
Road, Massapequa. Deborah El-kind,
the bride's cousin will be
The Best Man will be Jeff
Tunick of Wantagh.
Ushers will be : Jeff Klarb,
Martin Schwartz, Michael Buch-man,
Edward Famely, Kenneth
Melnick and Ned Black.
The bride was graduated from
Farmingdale High School in 1965
and is attending Suffolk Community
The groom was graduated from
MacArthur High School and attended
Suffolk Community College.
He will transfer to Brooklyn
College where he will be
studying to be an accountant.
TDaler Dateline', the bi- weekly
column is being written this year
by Bob Perinetti. The column will
deal mostly with happenings
around and about Farmingdale
High School » Bob is a junior and '
his interests include scuba diving,
oceanography, baseball, and
science fiction. When he graduates
he hopes to attend the U. S.
Coast Guard Academy at New
Last Saturday F. H. S. and the
Boys Leaders Club played hosts
to a basketball game which pitted
members of the school faculty
against the fabulous Harlem Wizards.
The faculty had on their
team such stars as, " Bullet"
Bob Reidy, the ' Pennsylvania
Panic" Stan Jasinowski, " Tall
Man" Joe Gilio, and " Jumpin"
Jim Mayhood. How could they
lose ? Before the game started
I asked coach DiFrancisco of the
faculty how he felt. He said,
" We feel hot and cant lose."
The teachers attack was spearheaded
by Ronny Giancola and
Coach Angelo DiFrancisco. Both
men tied for high scoring for the
teachers with eight baskets a-piece.
Mr. Giancola and another
member of the team, Mr. Carl
Savalli, had both been members
of the varsity basketball team
while they were in high school*
While the teachers were out the re
trying to score, the Wizards went
Hospitalman Apprentice Russell
B. Vincent, USN, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Vernon R. Vincent of
7 Cedar Place, Massapequa Park,
was graduated from the 14- week
basic Hospital Corps School,
Great Lakes, Illinois.
Airman Philip J. Marasciullo,
USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. P.
Marasciullo of 104 Jefferson
Road, Farmingdale, completed
15 weeks of studying the basics
of piston- driven aircraft engines
and was graduated from school
in Memphis, Tennessee.
Fireman Apprentice William
F. Sichler Jr., USNR, son of Mr.
and Mrs. William F. Sichler of 6
Hitchcock Lane, S., Farmingdale,
is attending the Basic Electrician's
Mate School at the U. S.
Naval Training Center, Grdat
By Wendy Hicks and Esther Zucker
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Midshipman Fourth Class William
D. Crown, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William D. Crown of 20
Bay view Place, Massapequa, has
been sworn in as a Midshipman
in the U. S. Naval Reserve at
Pennsylvania State University,
University Park, Pa.
Now that college boards are
in the past, Seniors can receive
their scores from the Regents
Scholarship Exam. Scholarship
winners and alternates will be
notified ^ sometime in February.
With most of the testing over,
we now realize that Senior year
is not all work and no play. The
Senior Variety Show will be presented
on February 3 and 4 for
the enjoyment of all Auditions
for the show are now in progress
and the emcees have already
been selected. Congratulations
to the three man team of Ralph
Vculka, Tom Tewksbury, and Bill
Congratulations also go out to
Jim Ambrosio, Chris Bliley,
Mike Mattozzi, and Brendan O'-
Neil for their election to the All-
League football team. The Chiefs
finished with an overall record
of 4- 3- 1.
This Friday. Decemhpr 8, the
annual Key Club Student- Faculty
game will be played. The students
hope to make a comeback
after last years loss to the faculty.
The game will start at
8: 00 p. m. and admission will be
$ 1.00 , Proceeds will go to scholarships
presented annually, by
the Key Club.
The following week, December
15, will be the first game of the
basketball season. The Massapequa
Chiefs will clash with the
Berner Bisons, for the first time.
Everyone is urged to come out
and support the team!
December is also a month for
activities other than sports. Delta
Beta Chi sorority will hold their
annual Christmas Dance, " Mistletoe
Magic", on December 26
at the Huntington Town House.
The dance will begin at 8: 00
and tickets are $ 1.00 for
members and $ 11.00 for non-members.
Broodlown Manor Nursing Home
George E. Regan Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Regan
of 104 Lambert Ave., Farming-dale,
has been promoted to sergeant
in the United States Air
The sergeant is a graduate of
Farmingdale Senior High School.
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Major Joseph A. Mucci, son of
Mrs. Carmela Mucci of 75 Chicago
Ave., Massapequa Park, is
on temporary duty with the 4258th
Strategic Wing at a forward base
in the Western Pacific.
Major Mucci, a Strategic Air
Command navigator- bombardier,
flies almost daily B- 52 Strain
Fortress bombing missions
against Viet Cong targets in Vietnam.
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