Devils Defeat Dalers
For First League Win
Plainedge High divided a pair of
basketball games losing to Syos-set
61- 41 but edging Farmingdale
55- 53 in double overtime.
The Red Devils trailed by the
slim margin of 20- 19 at halftime-in
die Syosset game but wilted
in die third quarter as tfiey scored
only six points to die winners 16.
Coach Jerry Fiorenza's lads
bounced back to win dieir first
! eague game over die defending
league co- champs Farmingdale
on a basket by Nelon in double
The nip and tuck affair was
knotted 32- 32 at the third quarter
mark and 43- 43 in regulation
time. The score remained tied
at 49 all after one overtime session
before Plainedge pulled it
Nick Lopardo, of 246 Michigan
Avenue, Massapequa Park, a student
at Susquehanna University,
Selinsgrove, Pa., has been given
an honorable mention with the
1966 All- Lutheran college football
Stargazers Begin at Jones Beach
Chiefs Beat Mepham; But
Calhoun Stops Skein
Massapequa High School split a
pair of basketball league games
this past week by beating Mepham
55- 46 on Friday and then dropping
a 56- 46 encounter to undefeated
The Chief's Larry Flamia had
27 points in die Mepham game
while his team mates were out-rebounding
dieir victims 34- 29.
The Calhoun game was won
on the foul line as each team
scored 18 field goals but die
Chiefs allowed the victors 20
free dirows to dieir own 10.
Bob Elliott, who was high man
for die Pequans, fouled out as did
Massapequa, with a 3- 1 league
record will play Valley Stream
Central in an away game diis Friday
at 8: 00 p. m.
Berner Loses Twice
I In League Action
Berner High School lost twice points in die Elmont game and
The first 1967 session of the
Jones Beach Stargazers will be
held at West End Beach number
two on Sunday, January 22, at
7 p. m.
John Bortle, a member of the
Amateur Astronomers Association
will discuss " The Comets -
Showy Spectaculars of the Solar
System." The recently dedicated
12 inch reflector telescope and
ten refractor telescopes will be
set up for outdoor viewing. For
the benefit of stargazers who own
their own telescopes, a special
area near die lecturer is provided.
At each session special attention
is given to boy and girl
scouts working for astronomy
The next stargazing session
will be held on Sunday, February
5, at 7 p. m.
lynch of Football Giants,
Speaker at Dinner
Dick Lynch of die N. Y. Foot- Dinner diis Sunday at 12: 30 p. m.
ball Giants, will be the principal at C a r l Hoppl's, Baldwin.
speaker at the annual Massape- Six Mustang championship teams
qua Mustangs Football Awards wil1 be honored.
To Present Ice Skating Show
in league basketball play this
past week as they were outscored
by Lawrence 67- 35 on Friday
and 78- 52 against Elmont on
Tuesday in a pair of away games.
Kerr was high man with 22
De Dona to had 19 in die Lawrence
The Bisons will be at home diis
Friday when diey take on Free-port
in a game slated for 8 p. m.
Library Starts New Film Series
Taking a cue from the highly
successful series of chiidrens'
film programs underway monthly
at the Bar Harbour branch of
die Massapequa Library system,
plans are now set to produce a
similar series in die library's
Central Avenue building.
On Saturday, January 28, the
library, in cooperation with the
PTA Units of the Fairfield and
Lockhart elementary schools,
will present two films for the
eight- to- twelve age group: " The
White Mane," " The Story of a
The program at the Central
Avenue Library begins at 2: 00
p. m. Admission is free and adult
supervision will be provided during
the hour- long showing.
William A. Shea, prominent
New York attorney, has been
appointed to the Board of Directors
of Security National
Shea is well- known for bringing
National League Baseball
back to New York. In recognition
of his work as Chairman of
Mayor Wagner's Baseball Committee,
Flushing Meadows Stadium
was renamed William A.
Shea Municipal Stadium.
In 1965, he was appointed by
Governor Rockefeller as a member
of the Metropolitan Commuter
Transportation Authority and
is one of the two members appointed
for an eight year term,
after being instrumental in the
purchase of the Long Island Railroad
for the State of New York.
The Oyster Bay Town Department
of Recreation and Community
Activities will present
figure- ice- skating shows, widi
music, on the Town's artificial
ice- rinks on consecutive Sundays
The shows, open to all Town
residents free, will feature members
of the Long Island Figure
Skating Club doing their intricate
turns accompanied by recorded
The events will start at 9 p. m.
at die Bedipage Community Park,
Sunday, January 22; and at the
Marjorie R. Post Community
Park in Massapequa, Sunday,
Campers Induct Officers
At Dinner Meeting
The Paumanacko Chapter of
the National Campers and Hikers
Association, held their third Annual
Dinner Dance at the Nassau
Shores Beach Club in Massapequa.
Cliff and Ruth Maisch of Massapequa
accepted the President's
Gavel for the coming year and
a trophy was presented to Audrey
and Bill Singer of North Massapequa
in appreciation at their
service as Presidents during
On Friday night the 27th of
January, at 8: 00 P. M. the next
meeting of the club will be held
at the Marjorie Post Park community
room. Members have been
asked to bring slides they may
have taken while camping with the
chapter so that all campers will
be able to see some of the camp-'
ing experiences enjoyed by the
New York's j S R \ V 7 V y Inspection Law
S C H E D U L E
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ON BACK OF
S EXHRCS IN NOVEI
' EXPWES IN OCTOBER
"• f NOVEMBER I96 «
JUNE or JULY
( Schedule to be announced)
New York State's new alt- car inspection law will greatly increase
the number of inspections to be made. At the beginning of this
program, delays in obtaining inspections may be encountered.
To avoid any delays or inconvenience, the Department of
Motor Vehicles makes these suggestions, based on the schedule
P If your vehicle falls within Groups 3 or 4, have it inspected as
early as possible. The next time you bring your vehicle in to
be serviced may be the most convenient time to have the inspection
P If your vehicle falls within Group One, have it inspected as
early as possible during your scheduled inspection month.
( Remember that for these vehicles, the scheduled month of
inspection includes the specific month set forth in the schedule
and the month immediately preceding.)
P If your vehicle falls within Group Two, have it inspected as
early as possible in October.
Remember that except for vehicles in Group Three, your vehicle
must be inspected before you may renew your registration
STATE OF NEW YORK
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