Like countless other boys in Massapequa, he had a crew cut and wore Keds sneakers and T-shirts with horizontal stripes.
She would leave Massapequa at once, and her whereabouts must remain a secret even from her own family.
Of course he would and he would bring Shirley back with him to Massapequa.
Their house at Massapequa, known as "the pirate's house," remained standing until well into the last century.
It would take at least two hours to get through the Customs and out to Massapequa.
It was the day following her arrival at Massapequa, and Shirley, the judge and Stott were all three sitting on the porch.
Jefferson would not forget his promise and he would come to Massapequa to tell her of what he had done.
Nov. 3—Massapequa, Rockefeller Foundation relief ship, sails.
He knew that any day now Shirley might take her departure from their house and return to Massapequa.