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The Freeport Baldwin Leader. (Freeport, N.Y.) 1987-current, August 17, 1989, Image 2

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X H a. UJ Q < Hi Hi X h* KEEPINQ BALDWIN BEAUTIFUL: of Boldwin't Qardoning Angolt t h on tho flowof box eroctod on Qrtnd Avonuo noor B«l<fwin High S chool a s part o f thair campaign to beautify tha town. They gather ovary Tuesday morning and maintain tha marigolds they and odtars ptantad around tha community on Juno 3 . From loft ara Margaret Wagnar. Marion Hupport. JoanTiadamann, Rosamary Manx, and Eleanor Foote. Community Calendar Provided A s A C o m m u n ity S e r v ice By < = :^un^e.xforM & ( I t a x k , fjrzc. Funeral Home Jerry Frayler 110 Pine Street Corner South Ocean Ave. Kevin Mo/ese Freeport, N.Y. 379-3119 THURSDAY. AUGUST 17 Freeport Court in •euion. Soiotoon presiding 1:30 p.ra.. 40 N o rth Ocean Avenue, courtw a tcnera are welcMoe. ^ p io r e r Poat 406, Precport Fire Department Headquartera, 15 Broadway, 8 p.m. NAR-AN6 n , hosted Lombardo Avenoe. hj Operation PRIDE, 8 P3I.. 33 Guy Freeport Rotary. 7 p.®., Weat Wind Yacht Club. Freeport Human Kclationa Commiatlon. 8 p.m., VlUaga HaU. Buaineaa Women of Reeport, monthly meedtig and dinner, 6:30 pJD. a t the Weat VRnd Yacht Club. East B m U Street in Freeport Aatronomy lecture aponaored by F reeport Recreation Department and coodnetod by Peter Leayena, 8 to 10 pas.. Waterfront Park. Baldarin PdbUe library ereota: FBm: *Stand at)d Debver' (PG, 102 minutes), 2 and 7:30 pas. Fieeport Memorial library eventa: Helen Kelier'a VIFa, 6:30 p.m.; Cbeaa Club, 7:30 pan.; Overeaten Anonymous, 7:30 p-m. FRIDAY, AUGUST 18 Monthly general meeting a t the American Legion Dugout, 49 West Sumiae Hi^way, 8:30 pan. Baldwin Public library eventa: FUm: ^Dnamchild* (PG. 94 minutea), 1, 3:30 and 7:30 pan. SATURDAY. AUGUST 19 Freeport Memorial library eventa: Recovery. 10 a.m. SUNDAY, AUGUST 20 Freeport Hiatorieal Mnaeua, 2 * 5 p.m.« 350 South Main Street, free admiaaion. FreeportUeadowbreok Camera Club held trip to Bronx Zoo, meet 8:30 a.m. at McDonald'*. Elka Piaza. Merrick Road, Freeport. MONDAY. AUGUST 21 Freeport Village Court 'in teaaion. Judge Solomon presiding, 7:30 p.aL, 40 North Ocean Avenue court watcben %veKomc. Bingo at Congregation B'nai Uraet. 7:45 p.m.. 91 North Bayview Avenoe. Freeport ^^llage Board of Trustees. Public meeting, 8 P-m..Vt!lage Hall. Legislative session. 7*.30 p.m.. no pimlie participatioa Freeport Memorial library events: Children's Room Film: \Pec WWs Big Adventure,* 10 a.m.; Tbastmastera, 7:30 pm. TUESDXy. AUGUST 22 Freeport liooeaa Club, 8 p.m. Call 623-27S3 for location. Archbishop MoUpy Couno'L Knights of Colomboa. 8 p Freeport Yacnt d u b , 533 Guy Lombardo Advent Baldwin Public library events: Film: *Heart of the Dragon: Believing* (Episode 4). 7:30 pm. Freeport Metaorial Library eventa; Overeaters Anonymous, 12:30 p-ra. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 23 Freeport Kiwania, 6:45 p m .. Dockside. Civil Air PstroL Nassau Cadet Squadron 46. 8 - 10 p-cn., Freeport Armory, Babylon Tbmpike. Dnigi Anonymous, hosted by Operation PRIDE, 8 p.m., 33 Guy L ^ b a r d o Avenue. Bingo a t the American L e ^ n Dugout, 7:45 p.m.. 49 West Sunrise Hi^iway. Freeport Exchange d u b , 12:30 p-m.. W'eat Wind Yacht Club. Freeport Memorial library eventa; FVlm; \Big* fcolor, 1938. 32 minutaa. PGL 2;:30 and 7 i c Police News 3 Marina Corps deserter collarod I A Freeport man>aho had been classified as a deserter b> the Uni­ ted States Marine Corps since February. I9S6 was arrested b> village police following his being stopped for a vehicle code violation. Francisco J. Melian. 22. of Randall Avenue, was palled over by OlTicer Thomas Drew; while driving on North Main Street near Leonard Avenoe for an expired inspection slicker. When Mr. Melian produced a tattered temporary drt>ing permit and a military ideftliftcalioacard. how­ ever. Onicer Drew made a request to headquarters for a Department of M otor Vehicles chKk on the driver. The result was a warrant for Mr. MeUan'sarrest o n chargesof military desertion. He was held in Nassau County detention in Mineola until being released to the USMC Deserter Apprehen­ sion Team. Mr. Melian had been stt^tioned at Cherry Point Military Elase, North Cwolina. According to authonties. a neighbor repotted seeing a man nde a bicycle up to the house, a house the caller knew to be vacant at ihe time After inspect­ ing the penmetet of the house, and seeing a window shade in an upstairs room swaying, the neighbor called police. Officers arrived later to observe that the screen o f a rear window had been tom and the window opened. Further investi­ gation revealed Mr. Day hiding under a mattress in an upstairs storage room, police said, a clear plastic bag filled with jewelry l)ing nearby. Possession of a Controlled ' v .: n stance in the Fifth Degree Car injures y o u th An eight-year-old Ftcep. boy on a bicycle was struck h\ j car as he w'as leaving a dmew^i on Claurome Place on Auguvt < police said. He was taken tv< South N a ssau Coromunitic% Hospital with leg injuries and minor bleeding. No charges have been fUed against the driver ThBtt a t LIRH Station Stabbing In village C a u g h t in th e act Lugene Shepard, 35. of Steven Street was reportedly stabbed while in front of a house on GrafTing Place on August 13. ‘ He was stabbed in the chest by one of two men who had approached him, and both men then fled from the scene, police said, ^(r. Shepard is in critica], but stable, condition a t South Nassau Communities Hospj- tal. Nassau County Police First Squad detectives are investigating. A 2S-year-oId man reported that his 1985 Pontiac Fire­ bird was stolen from the Long Island Rail Road sta- tirm in Baldwin between 9.40 pjn. on August 10 and 6 a.m. on August 11..This is the second such theft from the Baldwin train station in two weeks, tha other car having been a Pontiac Trans Am. Housd collapses ViUige Police, acting on a re po rt o f a bu rglary i n p r ogress a i a home on Sportsman Avenue, arrested Leroy Day. 27, of Washburn Avenue, on August 7 and charged him with Burglao' in the Second Degree. officiaU said. Drug aireit Freeport police reportedly arrested Larry Williams. 30. of Stevens Street, on drug charges on August 4. He was appre­ hended in Martin Luther King Park and charged with Criminal A houso on Linden Avenue in Baldwin cdllapsed after q heavy rainstorm on August 12. No one was Irgured in the incident. According to police, a basement wall in the house collapsed during the afternoon, causing the remainder of the foundation to buckle. Ihe homeowner. Drew Pepe, 27, two friends, a dog, and a talking cockatoo all exited the home before any further damage occurred. New auxiliary poiice force approved At the recommendation of Freeport Mayor Dorothy Steam, the Boe^ of Trustees voted to approve the estab­ lishment of a volunteer Aux- ibary Police unit, as autho­ rized by the State Defense Emergency Act, for the vj|. lage. Such units have long been in existence in many vil. leges and unincorporated areas of Nassau County under the direction of the Nassau County Police - WORD PROCESSINQ - KEYBOARDING'TYPING • MANAGEMENT • ACCOUNTING • SECRETARIAL 18 khn ft Exoojtive Word Proeetsiog Programs 7Wock Tyfiin^iVord Procoaskig Short 20 Heu Counas REGISTERED BY THE NYS EDUCATION DEPT ACCREOOEO BY NATTS JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE IF Y<XI OUAUFY Cell tor A Free Lessen With No ObCgscon BUSINESS ITfFORMATlCS CENTER 1 3 4 SO. CENTRAL AVENUE, VALLEY STREAM -»■ e ■ f V 561-0050 Department and the OfBce of Preparedness. The Freeport unit will be under the command of Police Chief Joseph King Jr. Tha village's support of the pro­ gram will include the provi­ sion of an existing marked car with communications, uniforms, and nightsticks. Members of the auxiliary unit will patrol in pairs and must serve a minimum of four hours a month. It is expected that there will be suffldent interest among vo). unteers to provide this patrol around-the^odc. Chief King indicated that the volunteers are not intended to replace or substi­ tute for the professional pobce ofGcers of the Freeport Police Department. *They can assist in traffic control as well as helping out during parades and other special events,\ he said. \Most importantly, they will provide another visible patrol to deter crime. The volun­ teers will be additional ey-es and ears’ for the police and will be a valuable asset to this community.\ Applicants, men and women, must he between the ages of 18 and 65 and reside in Freeport. They will be re­ quired to pass a standard medical test, but corrective lenses are allowed. ■ The next training session will be in September for those who are interested in applying. Contact Chief King, (eorttfnuad on n«xi page) A tioi pU: dUI ,vtll oil avc vie ity. Bo Au lej ma tio a. chi M: M ap of (h Al he m Jc or ui D ( a: S u P a ti a 0 d a li s t < t t < < 1

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