Long Island Memories
Parents of pupils attending Un-qua
School, Unqua Road, are invited
to a " Meet Your Teache
r " night on Tuesday, September
17th at 7: 30 p. m.
Main Street School will hold
its first PTA meeting of the
1968- 69 school year on Wednesday,
September 18th, at
8: 15 p. m. in the school auditorium.
Sixth grade parents will
serve refreshments to teachers
from kindergarten to sixth grade.
The first general meeting of
the Northside P. T. A. will be
held on Wednesday, September 18
at 8: 15 . P. M# in the All- Pur -
pO « A. KROo( o m at the school.
The Insurance Institute for
Highway Safety, Washington,
D. C., has awarded a major grant
for graduate study in traffic engineering
to Ralph N. Brescia,
Jr., of 190 Adams Street, North
Massapequa, an assistant to the
deputy commissioner of the New
York City Department of Traffic.
Brescia will begin nine- month
course at the Bureau of Highway
Traffic of Pennsylvania State
University later this month. The
fellowship will provide both tuition
and living expenses.
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Lt. Stephen J. Patterson Jr.,
Receives Silver Star
the recipient of an Army Commendation;
two Purple Heart A-wards;
and the Bronze Star.
His citation for the Silver Star
Medal reads as follows, " For
gallantry in action in the Republic
of Vietnam on 24 March
1968. First Lieutenant Patterson
distinguished himself while
conducting a combat operation in
the vicinity of Hue, Republic of
Vietnam. Company A was heavily
engaged with a numerically superior
hostile force firing machine
guns and automatic weapons
from well concealed and forti-field
positions. The second
platoon was in the middle of the
killing zone, Lieutenant Patterson
the platoon leader immediately
assaulted into the ambush
trying to take pressure off
the rest of the company. Although
seriously wounded, Lieu-
First Lieutenant Stephen J.
Patterson, Jr. has been awarded
the Silver Star in Vietnam. Lieutenant
Patterson is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Stephen J. Patterson,
Sr. of 71 East Shore Drive, Massapequa
. He i s a 1962 graduate of
Massapequa High School and a
1966 graduate of Bucknell University,
where he was in the
Reserve Officer Training Corps.
After teaching for six months, he
entered the service and spent six
months in Korea; from there, he
volunteered for Ranger Training
and in January of this year was
sent to Vietnam. He has been
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Saturday, September 14
10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
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tenant Patterson continued to expose
himself to the blistering
hail of machine gun fire, to
maneuver his men. He personally
guided a sister platoon forward
on his left flank. Lieutenant
Patterson refused all medical
aid and assisted in moving
all the casualties to a more
tenable location. First Lieutenant
devotion to duty were in keeping
with the highest traditions of the
military service and reflect great
credit upon himself, his unit, and
the United States Army.
By direction of the President
of the United States under the
Provisions of the Act of Congress
established 9 July 1918."
Lieutenant Patterson is due to
return home to Massapequa,
sometime in January of 1969.
FRIDAY, September 13
6: 30 p. m. Mustangs football
opening day ceremonies at
John Burns Park,
SATURDAY, September 14
10 a. m. to 4 p. m. International
Fair and Auction at Massapequa
MONDAY, September 16
8: 00 p. m. Massapequa Symphony
Guild meeting at Bar
8: 30 p. m. Farmingdale Republican
Club meeting at St.
Thomas Undercroft. Town
Councilman Ralph Marino
and Assemblyman Martin
Ginsberg will speak.
9: 00 p. m. Regular meetingDis-trict
22 Board of Education
at W. E. Howitt Jr. H. S.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17
7: 30 p. m. Farmingdale- Beth-page
Historical Society annual
dinner, Beau Sejour. Halsey
Knapp, speaker. Dinner in honor
of Luita Jones.
TUESDAY, GcpUmiber- 17
7: 30 p. m. 1 Meet Your Teacher
• night at Unqua School.
8: 15 p. m. Farmingdale Committee
For Exceptional Chil-
dren tea and fashion show at
W. E. Howitt Jr. H. S.
8: 30 p. m. 9 A. D. Democratic
Club meeting at Village Hall,
Massapequa Park. George
V. O'Haire, Deputy Town
Supervisor will speak.
8: 30 p. m. Cultural Arts Workshop'
of Massapequa meeting
at Bar Harbour Library.
WEDNESDAY, September 18
8: 00 p. m. United Republican
Club of North Massapequa -
Grand opening campaign
headquarters at 1061 North
8: 15 p. m. Northside PTA meeting
in All Purpose room of
THURSDAY, September 19
1: 30 p. m. to 8: 30 p. m. Massapequa
Park Garden Club
Flower Show at Village Hall,
Sisterhood To Meet
The first fall meeting of the
Sisterhood of Beth Sholom Center
of Amityville and the Massapequa
s, will be held on Monday,
September 16th, at 8: 30 p. m., at
Temple Beth Sholom, Amityville.
Goldie Lewis, comedienne-singer
_ will perform.
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Page 8 Farmingdale OBSERVER Thursday, September 12, 1968
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