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The Helm independent review. (Lynbrook, N.Y.) 1963-19??, May 12, 1966, Image 8

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East Rockaway Recreation HOSPITALS CAN BE FUN, exclaims Richard Barr (6) of Freeport as he demonstrates his talents with \Pinky the Puppet\ which is distributed to children who are patients at Mercy Hospital, Rockville Centre. Enjoying their handiwork - and Richard's - are Council of Mercy Leagues Sewing co-chairmen, Mrs. Frank Nagel of Lynbrook (left) and Mrs. John MUler of Westbury, shown peering over the pyramid of puppets. The Lynbrook - East Rocka- way basketball season came to a close with the presentation of trophies at Awards Night on Ap- ril 25th. Members of the winning teams from ER were: Girls Small Fry League: Third Place, Ships Inn Sharks - Carol Cole, GinaD'Agnessa, Jane Levinson, Megan Gillen, Beverly Nutini, Leslie Seidman, Mary Keahon, -Eve Westervelt, Ellen Golden, Marcia Meyer, Jacquel- ine Genzler, Arlene Rosental - (Coaches - Gerri Faulkner, Cheryl Smith). Second Place, Kiwanis Yellow Jackets - Donna Doherty, Debra Brown, Sandra Skrha, Donna Dixon, Lynn Helm- steadt, Ann Meyer, Mary Warren, Christine Richard, JoniYoswein, Mary Ann Redesco (Coach - Bar- bara Kraebel), Girls Midget League - Second Place, Main Street Hotrods - Lorrie Chambers, Joyce Frerk, Marjorie Longo, Beverly Punger, Dale Hoffman, Angela Ferrato, Joy Lew, Janet Forst, Lena Monti (Coach - Joanne Carcano). Boys Midget League: Third Place, The Firebugs - Kevin Brown, Edward Serrechia, Steven Faulkner, Chris Simeti, Robert i^renuiere gracious^ elegant living • • • in the last heavily tDOod- f*fl area in the 5 Towns, Only these 17 tracts met ' tcith our approval. HI,500 recapture the feeling of the forest primeval -while residing in one of the South Shore's prestige communities. IhvM'. jfwf;nificenily constructed homes include: • *> xoomi, 4 bedrooms ' .\5 liathn • Bftloony liviii)! room with cathedral eeiHng • Wood pane]1^4) family room with «IidiiiK glaaa doort • I^aundrr room on main floor level • True Center Hall Colonial • Fireplace ^ith bnilt'in harbecae* • Air conditioning* • Heavily wooded traeU • Library terrace overlooking livio? • 2 ear garage including itoraie area • Loxitrioua kitdien with oven & range • 9 fepacious doaett » i zone hot water beat • Additional AUdxm's playroom All of the above pltu ft short walk to shopping, tcboo^ traoiporta- tion and houaea «»£ woribip. DIRECTIONS: B«lt Pkway to Sunvhz Hway. Continue on Sunrwe Uway to Mill Rd. RiRht on Mill ]Rd. to Peninsula Blvd. Right on TenlMwU Blvd. lo Edward Ave. and model 'DfitlOUl WOODMERE F*enlnsu!« Blvd. & Edward Ave., Woodmere, K. Y. Tplephotw.: 516 FR 4 9667 t^ Tiawi I linn J SUBURBIA WINS The \Dodgers\ of the Little League Senior Division captured a trophy for their sponsors. Su- burbia Federal Savings and Loan Association. Mr, Alvin A. Kess- ler. Assistant Vice President, Lynbrook Office, accepted the award for Suburbia at a Little League dinner held recently at the Hewlett-East Rockaway Jew- ish Center. The team placed first in the Senior Division of the League under the fine direc- tion of coach Ben Langweber. Suburbia now has three trophies and sponsorship placques on per- manent display in their Lynbrook Office at 50 Broadway. Suburbia, whose main office is in Garden City, also sponsors a team in that community. Allen, Richard Randazzo, Steven Laino, Angelo Marrero, Bradley Balkam, Barry Mello, Joseph Smith (Coaches - Frank Brown Lou Serrechia), Second Place, hewlett-ER Jewish Center Jets- Paul Gkwdman, Andy Spodek, Al- lan Ruchman, Mark Mahler, Lar- ry Scheinfeld, Marc Schecter, Mitchell Reiner, Steward Marcus, Ricky Kolsky, Jeff Dattlebaum, Kenneth Strauss, Robert Weiss (Coaches - Rod Simensky, Joe Kolsky), First Place, St. Ray- mond Tigers - James Costello, Glenn Jackson, Denni^ Horan, Robert Gallagher, Kenneth Craig, William Alber, Michael Swanson, Richard Mayell, Frank Basile, Gary Wall, Joseph Fulton, Robert Dyer (Coaches - Wm. McGinnis, Robert Mayell). Girls Junior League: Second Place, St. Raymond Tyros - Ger- ry Gremse, Meg Stickles, Judy Lanning, Mary Ann DUlon, Tori Eggers, Pat Plante, Sue Moody, Cassie Finnis, Pam Plante, Chris Lynch (Coach - Ann Godesky). First Place (for the 3d straight year), Torborg's Rockettes - Gerri Faulkner, Debbie Johnston, Michele D'Ambrosia, Mary Lou DeMarco, Pam Cooke, Linda D' Agnessa, Cheryl Smith, Patti Lewis, Janet Schmitt (Coach - Mrs. Ruth Faulkner). Boys Junior League: Third Place , PBC Palladins - Wm. Fuchs, Andy Salvemini, Robert Muller, Robert Wachter, Wm. Twigg, Bruce Dwyer, Steve Flet- cher, John Mannino, John Twigg.. Ettore Turilli, Robert Lingman, Bernard Ramirez (Coach - Wm. Kraebel), Awards were presented to the All-Star teams, with ER victori- ous in the Girls Midget League and the Girls Junior League. Members of ER's All-Star teams were: Boys Small Fry - Thomas Basile, Steven Hefele, Frank Al- ber, Robert West, Anthony Car- racciolo, Paul Hughes, Wm, Kienke, Chris Pollock, Michael Donohue, Richard Young (Coach- es - Henry Speicher, John This- tleton). Boys Midget League: William Alber, Gary Wall, Michael Swan- son, Richard Mayell, Kevin Br- own, Bradley Balkam, Barry Mello, Joseph Smith, Randy Pap- pas, Larry Scheinfeld, Ricky Kol- sky, (Coaches - Wm. McGinnis, Frank Brown.) Girls Midget League: Lorrie Chambers, Joyce Arata, Bonnie Walsh, Shelly Seidner, Ellen Ja- reb, Angela Ferrato, Lora Nel- son, Patty Schnaars, Eileen Mc Nulty, Barbara Kane, Beverly Punger (Coach - David Caruso). Boys Junior League: William Twigg, Robert Wachter, John Ci- scone, Donald Murray, Wm, Fu- chs, Jeff Laskowski, Gary Aue, Kevin Donohue, John Kuckens, Brian Hedderick (Coach - Clem Hill), Girls Junior League: Pam Cooke, Michele D'Ambrosia, Mary Lou DeMarco, Gerri Faulk- ner, Gerry Gremse, Debbi John- ston, Patti Lewis, Cassie Finnis, Judy Lanning, Meg Stickles, Bet- ty Kiernan, Vicky Pappas (Coach David Caruso), Malverne Police BIdtter On May 4th, three year old William Quinn, 111 Johnson Ave,, was bitten while playing with a stray dog, receiving a puncture on the right side of the scalp. He was taken for treatment to Mercy Hospital by his grand- mother, Mrs, J, Colletti, The animal, a tri-color beagle, owner unknown, was picked up by the Town of Hempstead Dog Pound and held for observation. On May 6th, Carol Fiala, 6 years, of 60 Ogston Terracf'A received a dog bite on the le!-.^^ ear lobe while playing in the living room at 107 Nottingham Road, home of Charles Manning, owner of the animal. She was taken to Dr, Beckmann of Mal- verne for treatment. May 7th, Patrolmen Mermon and Ringersen responded on an aided call to 16 Utterby Road, where Ann Martin of 12 Utterby Road was suffering from shock and depression. They admin- istered oxygen until the arrival of Dr, Leo Kaiser, Police Sur- geon, who ordered her to Frank- lin General Hospital. There was a collision at the intersection of Cornwell andWolf Avenues on May 8th, involving Max Rosen of 29 Atlas Avenue and Thersia A. Elietz of Wolf Avenue. Mr. Rosen wi.W operating a 59 Plymouth south on Cornwell Avenue, owned by Estelle Robbins, 29 Atlas Ave., and Mrs. Elietz was driving a 65 Pontiac west on Wolf Avenue. Medical attention was refused at the scene. SuburbanPartv J It was announced this week that John P. Gaudiosi had called a meeting of the Directors of the Suburban Party of Lynbrook for the purpose of organizing a campaign for the forthcoming village elections. Gaudiosi was astonished that at the last Budget Hearing only 22 people were in the audience, which was comprised of 15 Vil- lage of Lynbrook employees, 5 Unity Party members who were not employed by the Village, 1 newcomer to Lynbrook, and him- self. The Village Trustees prais- ed themselves for such a poor showing because they felt it indi- cated that the people of Lynbrook were pleased with their perfor- mance. Gaudiosi felt that the comp- lete engulfment of village affaii^^ and fiscal policy by the Un.^P Party is forcing s^athy on the residents and, therefore, their regime must not go unchallenged in the next election, which will be held in March of 1967. It was pointed out at the last Budget Hearing by the newcomer to Lynbrook, that the proposed price of a fire engine pumper for $57,000 by tlie Village was $27,000 above the price that New York City pays for the identical equipment. The Mayor answered that this was brought about prin- cipally by the firemen's request to have covers put over their boot compartments so as to pro- tect them from the rain. The ridiculousness and the audacity of such an answer no longer receives active rebutal becauss^ the.re is no bi-partisan represeil^V tation in our village government. Insofar as it appears that the Village Party will not be able to launch an effective campaign a- gainst the Unity Party following its 2 defeats, although the Su- burban Party refrained from campaigning in the last election, it is felt that the Suburban Party should now take the initiative. Persons 65 or over who con- tinue working will save them- selves time applying for social security benefits now. Get in touch with your Freeport social security office for information.

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