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The East Hampton Star. (East Hampton, N.Y.) 1885-current, October 13, 1977, Image 15

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FIFTEEN THE EAST HAMPTON STAR, EAST HAMPTON, N.Y., OCTOBER 13, 1977 Bowling More Leagues Start Rolling More Leagues are getting under way at the Starlanes Bowling Center and are now reporting. One that has results for the first time is the Monday Night Mixed League. Team Two, led by John Talmage’s 417 series grabbed a 4-1 win from Team Six, who had Doc Long- worth’s 447 series in the lead. Team Four, headed by Don Willing’s 191-478, aided in the netting of a 4-1 win over DiGate’s. High for the losers was Stan Redlus with a 181-447. Jim McMullan rolled a 464 series to enable Team One to take a 3-2 decision ' over John’s Auto Body, who had A1 Loper’s 185-469 on the winning end. A 407 series by Phil Bianco was enough for Team Three to gain a 3-2 margin over Marty’s Deli. Grace Finch topped the Deli with a 397 series. Another League which got under way two weeks ago with an expansion over last year was the Friday Night Mixed League which has increased to 12 teams. The first week of bowling saw three teams take 5-0 sweeps, George’s Auto Body, the Jokers, and Harry LaMonda’s Floor Service. Pam LaMonda’s 217-548 and Wally Ruppel’s 186-487 aided in the win of Floor Service, while Bobby Comfort shot a 220-528 for the losing Rough Rollers. The Jokers, highlighted by Les La­ Monda’s 203-528 and Terry Parsons’s 179-501 Slashed Bucket’s Deli, 5-0. In the other 5-0 decision George’s Auto Body was gifted with a forefeit. George Baxter rolled a 188-512 and Arthur Seymore a 212-491 for George’s. “Fish City” The Fish City Rollers, with Jeff Treubig’s 218-511, downed the Left Outs, 4-1, while the Beginners took off on a good foot by downing the Hustlers, 4-1, behind John Porta’s 449 series. The Soul Shakers edged the S & S, 3-2, with the aid of Bill Pinckney’s 190- 504 and Skip Hopson’s 201-491, as Larry Smith capped S & S with a 433 series. The second week of bowling in the Friday Night Mixed League saw the Jokers take over the number one spot with a 9-1 record followed by the Soul Shakers and the Fish City Rollers with 8-2 records. A nice 202-202-582 by Les LaMonda was tops for the Jokers as they rolled over the Rough Rollers 4-1. Top Roller was Bobby Comfort with a 452 series. The Soul Shakers left the Left Outs behind with a 5-0 win over them as Skip Hopson banged out a 191- 515 while Gloria Harris had a 199-495, Bill Pinckney a 495, and Brenda Pinckney a 188-482 to aid in the win for the Shakers. The Fish City Rollers bagged a 4-1 ’ vin over George’s Auto Body with the 1 elp of Jeff Treubig’s 210-541 and Paul Keller's 461 series while Arthur Sey­ more had a 495 series and Julius VanKovics a 485 series for the losing Auto Body group. A Waxing Helen Smith’s 425 series helped the S & S team win 4-1 over Bucket’s Deli who had Vernon Greene’s 451 series leading them. A 4-1 margin was taken by the Rookies over the Beginners as Ronnie Gilliam rolled a 472 series for the winners while the losers had John Porta’s 439 series as tops. LaMonda’s Floor Service were waxed by the Hustlers 5-0 behind Walt Schreiber’s 510 series while Ernie Greene paced LaMonda’s with a 444 series. In the Montauk Ladies’ League on Monday Night, which is still bowling without team names, Teams Eight and Five share the top spot after three weeks of bowling. Team Eight led by Dawn Weiss with a 165-449 rolled over Team One by a 4-1 margin. Diane Strain’s 208-510 and Gloria Harris’s 188-504 went to little avail for Team One. Gloria Willer’s 166-441 was enough for Team Five to clobber Team Four, 5-0. June Herlihy capped the losing Fours with a 427 series. A 403 series by Janice Sanders was just enough for Team Three to edge by Team Seven, 3-2. Norma Sylvia paced Team Seven with a 435 series. In the final Match of the evening, Hilda Stern tossed a 186-476 to enable Team Two to get by Team Six with a 4-1, win, while Liz Job’s 381 series was the best Six could come up with. 3To0 In the Tuesday Ladies' League the Montauk Appleknockers took over the first slot with a 3-0 win over the Disruptaballs as Margaret Stevens shot a 426 series, while Mickey Amann’s 383 series ran high for the Disruptaballs. The second-place U- Birds, behind Josie DiSunno’s 441 series, soloed over the Islanders 3-0 who had Eveline Mittmann’s 392 series as tops. Steady bowling by the MPs enabled them to win 3-0 over the Wainscot- teers. Maggie Smith rolled a 467, Norma Sylvia a 457, and Pauline Cicero a 453 series in the win while Betty Wilson’s 203-518 was shot in vain for the Wainscotteers. The Up Starts, off to a great start, took another 3-0 win, this time from the last place Knockers. Barbara Warme’s 421 and Judy Top­ ping’s 417 series aided in the win, while Jerry Hedlund’s 392 series was not enough to prevent the Knockers from another loss. Hilda Stern rolled a 190-495 but it was not enough for the Hi Hopes to overcome the handicap of the Lulu Bees as they went down 2-1. High for the winning Bees was Lucille Peters with a 163-423. Janice Sired hurled a 450 series so that the Bermuda Triangle could overcome the Dillies, 2-1. Top Dillie was Kathy Mezynieski with a 424 series. Marie Buccola’s 413 and Anne Schomer’s 407 series guided the Go Goers past the Bonac Belles 2-1. Top Belle was Phyllis Ott with a 429 series. On Sunday In the Sunday Night Mixed League, the Over Dos moved into sole posses­ sion of first place with a 4-0 drubbing of the Four Spares. Speedy Downs’s 527 series topped the Doers while Hugh King’s 496 series was high for the Spares. The Over Dos’ 10-2 record tops the second-place Evil Eyes by'one point and the third-place Spare Ribs by one and a half points. Dale Brabant’s 200-523 series paced the Evil Eyes to a 3-1 win over the Strikeouts. Fred Mittmann’s 471 series topped the losers. Trisha Ezzard’s 161-425 series, Pat D’Andrea’s 167-412 series, and steady bowling by Staff Ezzard helped the Spare Ribs to a 3Vt-V» stomping of the Silver Foxes. The second game ended in a 809 tie. Norma Sylvia’s 445 series was high for the Foxes. Jack O’Connor rolled a 235-515 series and Bob Denton a 204-566 series to lead the Alley Cats to a 3-1 scuttling of the Clippers. Betty Wilson’s 503 series was tops for the Tars. Dave Bennett’s 495 series and Jackie Szczepankowski’s 485 series headed the 4Ss’ attack as they shot down the Lucky Loons, 3-1. Ruth Jackson’s 423 series was the high lady bird. The Tee Shirt Teasers led by Bill Mulvey’s 467 series slapped the Charisma foursome, 3-1. Melamie Ross’s 453 series was high for the charmers. Wins Tuesday In the Tuesday Night Men’s League, the first-place Iacono’s Roadrunners have been on the run to hold a 17-3 record as they clipped John’s Mower Repair 4-1 behind Fred Bock’s 195-549, Gary Jackson’s 191-542 and Tony Iacono’s 199-518. A 201-492 by Drew Jivanelli and a 193-491 by Steve Rewinski did little to help the Mowers. The second-place Five Drunks outlast­ ed the Corwin Agency, 3-2, despite the fine bowling of Corwin’s Marsh Gary- pie with a powerful 258-535 and Doc Kennedy with a 517 series. Andy Levandoski’s 206-203-581, John Woj- cik’s 202-572, and Larry Wojcik’s 190-562 came through strong for the Drunks. Bob Lachman stroked for a great 222-219-185 for a big 626 series aided by teammate Walt Sheades’s 208-561 as third-place South Fork left Gurney’s Inn in the dust with a 4-1 win over them. Angelo Monte’s 437 series was the best Gurney’s could find. Hull Chevy slid past Santacroce Landscap­ ing by a 3-2 margin with the help of Arnie Linden’s 203-505 and Wayne Gauger’s 187-501 while Ken Danielson rolled a 454 series and Dap Wawryk hit for a 203-486 for the Grassmen. Bill Crawford fired a 213-581 and Mike Adams a 178-459 as Dippel Fuel oiled the Madison Marketmen, 3-2. Stan Bubka’s 187-529 and Steve Boro- ski’s 197-522 kept the Marketmen in the game. Bob Kiselyak’s 200-534 was shot for Vinnie’s Barber Shop but it was not enough to overcome the Montauk Tv group's 3-2 win, as Ron Jackson charged with a 210-518 and Bill Dickerson hit for a 503 series. In the final match of the night the Silver Seahorse came up from under with a 5-0 win over Foster’s as Dean Calder had a 202-515 and Buzz Holmes a 206-477 for the Seahorses while Mer Hildreth’s 454 series capped the losing Foster group. ATie The Thursday Night Men’s League saw two teams wind up tied for first place, Schwenk's Dairy and Jan Su Stables, with 16-4 records and two teams tied behind them with 10Vi-9*/i records, Montauk No Names and Warren’s Service Station. Despite a 3-2 loss at the hands of the fifth-place Barnes Playboys, Schwenk’s Dairy still managed to hold onto a piece of the top spot. The Playboys were led by Dave Bennett’s powerful 224-171-225 for a big 620 series and was helped by Fred Mittmann’s 175-506 series while John Schroeder’s 209-204-538, Ed Pepin’s 180-525 and Craig Rost’s 186-501 help­ ed save the Dairymen. Jan Su Stables corralled a 4-1 win over the Montauk IGA as they were paced to victory by Frank Bahns’s great 213-222-200 for a 635 series while Henry Walker chipped in with a 225-199-588. High for the Montauk group were Marsh Garypie with a 221-565 and Pete Garypie a 204-202- 565. Warren's Service Station moved up in the standings as they downed Eastern Seafood, 4-1, behind more great bowling by Warren’s. George Wyeth threw a 203-573, Ralph Meyer a 221-568, Ron Jackson a 221-549 and Bill Phillips a 187-522 to help Warren’s gas the Seafood group. Bill Crawford shot a 229-565, Bill Pinckney a 186-519, Andy Levandoski a 194-510 and Bob Karl a 186-497 to little avail for the Fisher­ men. East Hampton Bowl took their first points of the season with a 5-0 shutout over the Montauk No Names, as Tom Gaines fired a 177-489 and Jim Doyle a 435 series for the Bowlers. Tops for the No Names was A1 McDonald with a 180-469. Shutouts On the other side of the alleys the Hampton Ladies' League did not see as fine scoring. Three teams suffered shutouts. Tinka Schultz, however, was one exception as she led the Alley Kats to a 4-0 victory over Lutzen’s Pin Ups with a 192-521 aided by Fayette Rost with a 493 series. Donna Mott’s 444 series was tops for the losing Pin Ups. Northern Dawn was dumped into second place from first as the Hampton Sweethearts took a 4-0 sweep from them which helped the Sweethearts move from fifth into third. High for the winners was Maggie Darden with a 186-490 while Linda Pepin’s 435 series looked sad for the losing Northern Dawn. Vickie Rost topped the Hell’s Belles with a 189-521 as they rolled over the Windmills, 3-1. High miller was Eveline Mittmann with a 436 series. The Legionettes were bagged by the Mon­ tauk Dolphins, 4-0, to help the Dolphins move from last place into a tie for fifth with the Legionettes. Top dolphin was Liz Job with a 441 series. High series for the week was taken by Frank Bahns with his 635 series while high men’s game went to Marshall Garypie with a 258. High for the women was Diane Strain’s 208 game. Liz Bennett \KEW Z ^ 0 « © G & T multi-media, multi-artist exhibit Now Thru Sat., Nov. 13 FRANK ROTH WILL DARNET LARRY RIVERS BETTY PARSONS JAMES ROSENQUIST JACK YOUNGERMAN ROBERT MOTHERWELL WALTER CHANNING, JR. ABRAHAM RATTNER ESTHER GENTLE L® qq 2 ©(B MScn^niFsiirlb Gallery at Market Square • Montauk Highway Water Mill, New York 11976 • (516) 726-7515 PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Trustees of the Incorporated Village of East Hampton received at their Regular Meeting held on Sep­ tember 16, 1977 a proposed Local Law to amend Section 54-4.A, of the Village of East Hampton Code, relating to prohibited parking by the addition of the following subsections: (21) On the westerly side of Ocean Avenue from Woods Lane southerly to Pudding Hill Lane. (22) On the easterly side of Ocean Avenue from Terbell Lane northerly to Hook Pond Lane. (23) On both sides of LaForrest Lane between Georgica Road on the north and Apaquogue Road on the South. ■ ■ • '“V.1:\ \ \ u‘\ (24) On both sides of West End Road between Apaquogue Road on the east and the terminus of West End Road on the west. (25) On both sides of Apaquogue Road between Lily Pond Lane and LaForrest Lane. (26) On both sides of Cross High­ way between Hither Lane on the north and Further Lane on the south. (27) On both sides of The Circle from its intersection with Main Street, approximately 615 feet southerly from the intersection of Main Street easterly to the point at which The Circle makes a 90 degree turn to the south. THEREFORE, Pursuant to Statute, the Board of Trustees of the Incorpo­ rated Village of East Hampton will hold a Public Hearing on the aforesaid proposed Local Law in the Village Hall, 27 Main Street, East Hampton, New York at 6:50 p.m. on the 21st day of October, 1977 at which time all persons interested will be heard. Dated: October 3,1977 By Order of the Board of Trustees Inc. Village of East Hampton DONALD M. HALSEY Clerk-Treasurer 5-2 CONCERNED CITIZENS OF MONTAUK INVITES YOU TO MEET THE CANDIDATES WHO WILL FACE THE ISSUES County Attorney Patrick Henry (R) Henry O'Brien (D )' County Legislator Joyce Burland (D)* Denis R. Hurley (R)# Town Supervisor Mary Ella Richard (D)* Ronald P. Rtoux (R)* Town Board Russell Coughlin (D )' Mary Fallon (R)# Hugh King, Sr. (R)* Thomas V. Lakeman (C)* Deborah L. Perry (D) Superintendent of Highways John Bistrian (D)# Alex Danyluk (C )' Edward W. Hults, Sr. (R)* Town Clerk and Tax Collector Charles T. Anderson (R)' Louden Rampe (D )' Members of Board of Assessors John L. Behan (R)# Robert F. Dordelman (R)* Christopher Dunn (D )' Lee A. Hayes (D) Town Courts Joseph K. Duffy (R)' Eamon E. McDonough (D)# Bay Constables John Conklin (R) Milton L. Miller, Sr. (D )' Robert Peters (R)* Kenneth Rea (D)* Town Trustees Warren Aydetotte (D) Wayne Barker (D) June Beckwith (D )' Scott R. Bennett (R)' Ralph Carpentier (D) Carl F. Dordelman (R)' Tom F. Field (D )' Lawrence A. Romm (D )' Irene J. Gould (D )' Stanley Jacobs, Jr. (R) James J. McCourt (R) Leroy B. Miller (R) David H. Myers (D)* Peter Rana, Sr, (R) John R. Steck (R)' Stuart Vorpahl (R) Kenneth Yardley (R) Offshore Oil— Fold or Fight? Nuclear Plants— What Price Power? Farmlands Preservation— Are There Farms in Our Future? Map 1 7 4 - The Dunes! Going, Going, Gone? Status of the Motel Report— Where Is It Hiding? Equal Justice in Building and Zoning Law — Violation or Enforcement? Casino Gambling — Resolution or Ordinance? Transportation Task Force What's The Score? Violations of Sanitary Codes— Is an East Hampton Health Department the Answer? 'H a ve accepted. SATURDAV, OCT. 15 - 7:30 p.m. Sharp MTK.FIRE HOUSE at the

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