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    Forge River (Continued fro m Page I ) later, said that the association was aware that there would be mud in the spoils from the dredg- ing project, and would hold to their offer of the land for spoil area purposes.

    Meanwhile, The Advance also learned, the retraction of the use of Masury Point land for spoil area was a key factor in the lack of spoil area acreage avail- able for the Forge River dredg- ing project. This land, which had received spoils from the dredg- ing of Senix Creek several years ago , was first offered , but the offe r was withdrawn because of the mud content of the Forge River spoils.

    However, the future appears brighter this week that the Forge River project will soon be put out to bids, and additional spoil area made available

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    SAN ANTONIO.TEX —Airman R onald R. Picinich , son of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew N Picinich of 110 Dawn Drive , Shirley, has completed the first phase of his Air Force basic military train- ing at L ackland AFB, Tex.

    Airman Picinich has been se- lected for technical training as an aircraft equipment repairman at the Air Training Command (ATC) school dt Chanute AFB, 111. His new unit is part of the vast .TC b.btem which trains airmen and c _ h _ _ . c in th_ dl- vei se skills '(.qua cd by the na- tion s aerospdc t_ force.

    The airman is a 1963 graduate of Wil l iam Floy d Hig h School.

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    on the community, one of the publishers said last week: "We feel we have accomplished some- thing. We talked about the street lights in our third issue, and they are now up."

    Michael authored the Gossip Sheet feature of the Bulletin. The Gossip Sheet discussed the happenings in the area , as this expert will show: "The testi- monial dinner that was given to John Ragamatta , "Man of the Town," was a great success. The President of the Mastic Taxpayers Association, Mr.Tho- mas Dooley, did an Aria from an opera , with an opera singer, to the tune o f ' BillBalley won't you please come home.' It was quite funny."

    Dennis also handled the fea- ture, Laugh Along with Dennis. A sample follows: "Why don't you like girls , Joe? Joe-Because they re too biased. J im-Biased? What do yem mean by that? J oe-It's bias this and bias that until I'm broke."

    The Editorial Page of the Bul- letin was the combined effort of all three publishers. Concerning politics, just prior to the elec- tion , they commented: * Since the publishers of this Newspaper are all under age to vote for the candidate we think should get into office , we here at the paper hope the best men win ,' Following the election the . applauded their townspeople with the following comment: "We here at the paper would like to congratulate the citi/ens of our town and many others for the way they all got out and voted ,"

    The Bulletin staff contained one other member, whose true identity iS a closely guarded secret. This member was Simon who authored an advice to the lovelorn feature entitled ' Tell it to Simon." Simon answered many questions coming from the

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    S l8 . T dlnner dflnce heId Sa*««--y in the club' s clubhouse. Shown follow-ing their insta llation are , left to right: Harry Blank , James McCorkle . Hector Pcna , Vic Rutkow-ski , George Fredericks, and George Lofsten. "-miiKow

    heart , but perhaps the most mas- terful response to a query was the following : "Question - A girl on the bus want s to kiss me. What should I do' signed Hand- some." To which Simon A nswer- ed: "I thin k you should tell her to la . off or tell your mother."

    Tht real test of any publica- tion l . .t _. response to any em- ergence The Bulletin was faced such an emergency and met with the true .nark of the dedicated prc _ .--an "Lxtra."

    The emergency was an ac- cident which took place in their neighborhood. Feeling that they owed their faithful readers the account of news as it happened, the> published the extra with the following discription of the mis- hap.

    "An accident took place on the intersection of Hawthorne and Moriches Avenue, Our star re- porters Michael and Dennis Blute were walking along Moriches Avenue when all of a sudden they heard a loud noise. They ran in the direction of the noise , and when we got there there was 2 cars on the side of the road smashed up. After inquiring they found out all the facts" The story then gave some pertinent facts as to the reason for the accident. The Story added: One of our star reporters interviewed the lady

    in the house next to the crash , and when we asked what she thought when she heardthecra sh she said she thought her kitchen stove blew up."

    The star reporters of the pub- lication took steps to prevent any problems w ith the hbel law s. Whenever they interviewed those they interviewed, they made it a point to have the person sign their notes 'to make sure they couldn 't back out of the state- ments later."

    The Bulletin , which had a nor- mal circulation of about 40 read- ers who paid five cents an issue for the weekly publication, show- ed a profit from its advertising department during its short spa n of existence. The profit , a nickel came from the following classi- fied ad: "There is a car for sale on Patchogue Avenue , Ma stic. If you would like to inquire tele- phone. -" Wedo not pub- lish the telephone number here feeling sure that the powerful publication has already reaped results for the advertiser.

    While the Mastic [Bulletin has ceased to exist , all hope is not lost. Evidently smitten by the "printers ink " of the publish- ing field , the youngsters have vowed to resume their efforts soon. Perhaps the Bulletin will serve the community basis on a monthly basis, they report , at least until school is out again , so that they may again serve the community.

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