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The Freeport Baldwin Leader. (Freeport, N.Y.) 1987-current, September 21, 1989, Image 5

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Power questions (from p age 3) asked for the name of the sub- coostnctor who had done (he work. No separate permit was needed for the pile dn^ing. according to Buildings SuperirH tendent Ruia deZarate. Recycling timetable? A Mount Joy Avenue resident asked when glass and metal rec)-* clingwould be undertaken by the Village. She was (old bids for equipment are now being sought, and Trustee Anna Jean Caccia- tore said New York S ute. due to understaffIng. was “backed up“ with the processing of applica­ tions for funding. Mrs. Caceia- tore promised such recycling w ould begin by I990and perhaps before. Resident Marvin Iskols wanted to know whether house­ boats moored in local waterways pose a drain on the Village's schools, water and electricity, but Superintendent Ruiz deZartte said numerous weekday visits by the Buildings Department have failed to find anyone living on the boats on a 24-hour basis. How­ ever, the checks will continue, he promised. 1 k 1 1 • W a : i? Bay housfes at library Photographs of bay houses will be on display at tbs Freeport Memorial Library duririg the month of October. Nancy Soloman, folklorist for the Arts Council a t Freeport. euraUd the exhibit, which can be viewed in the Library's artspaee in the main lobby from October 2 through 30. In conjunetion with this exhibit, a slide^eeture pre­ sentation on maricima folk arts will be conducted by Ms. Soloman oo Sunday, Oetc^r 8, a tSpjn. Featured will be 33 pho­ tographs recording neariy a cenh^ of bsQr house life cho- sen frtan the albums of e i ^ t Tspreaantativa families— Doxsee, Smith, Combs, Muller, Bedell, Remsen, Bar- ra t t and Koelbel-Carson. Tbday, approximately 33 bay houses stand on the marsh­ lands of the south shore, down from a high of some 150 structures in the 1960‘s. Ihe exhiUt includes historic pho­ tographs of the earliest houses, and construetion of houses, docks, and wells. South Shors baymen used these houses for clamming, oyster Wnung, duck hunting and other activities. Ms. Solomon's presentation on maritime folk a rts will cover boat building, decoy carving, Ssh smoking; drog- ger b ^ t nshing, and other work experiences of today's fUhermen. In addition to the slide show there will be a g t ^ t demonstration cd* mar­ itime inspired wood carving by former Cdombtan Bronie worker John Combs, a JOHN COMBS pf<oto&» >*\ S*n«no descendent of one of Long Island's eorUest families. The program and exhibit are free and open to the gen­ eral public. For more infor­ mation, call the Library at 379-3274. New ideas at Chamber breakfast CONSnnmON w eek : a s U d m aaeh year. Mayor Dorothy Storm hM prodoimod Septambar 1 7 to 23 a t ^'Constitution W adi\ attharaquastoftbaRuthRoydW oodhunChaptaroftha National S o d a ty o f tha Daughtart o f th# American Ravoludon wHh tho documant to ba part o f tha Chaptar'a display at the Freeport Memorial Library during tiva weak. From taft are OAR Constitution Weak Chairwoman Nancy Wariu Regent Dorothy Lauher, Mayor Storm and Past Regant Charlotta MeShaa. Wide awake Freeport Chamber of Commerce members gstbered at Ksiiek Kitchen early last Tuesday for breakfast instead of the usual hincheon oKeting. [one fora variety of new ideas I being tested by the organization this >-ear. Chamber President Joe Presti died such innovations begun last Spring as the Chamber ocwnlet- ter, and open meetings held in various areas of the Vtllage. He also stressed the importance of the Chamber^ Building Fund, undertaken to construct the group's own headquarters, and urged members to purchase “brick certificates\ at 525 each. Mr. Presti encouraged Chamber members to turn out this weekend at Ba>'view Avenue School to help work on' the “mini“ Chamber building the group is financing for Ba>-view Village, the School's re-cteaiion of a miniature Freeport, which will serve as an innovative learn­ ing tool for local youngsters. The Chamber welcomed Nas­ sau County District Allorrvc>' Denis Dillon as its featured speaker. rr > Mr. DiHon filled ChamScr memberi in on his office's stepped up activities in the fight against drugs, and promised that sweeps such as the one that took place in Freeport earls last summer skould continue He said his office makes ever)' effort not to plea bargain in drug cases, and added that the bottom tine must be treatment and rehabilitation Asked for his opinion on the President's drug plan Mr. Dillon said he felt there wras an overem­ phasis on enforcement and not enough on the root causes of the problem. 5 SO. MAIN STREET All Roads Lead To ... FREEPORT'S HISTORIC SOUTH MAIN STREET / •iKMM.v* i k m m ; s-iKviMr>-IHV im ; s - ik sim . n ? IRMNtJ'S MEN'S SHOP = i \ f (^ r o n p - i ^ Winter Jacket.s ^ ' I “ g;20-3()% O F l ^ ^ ; IR V ! N ( ;’.S M E N ’-S .SHOP i .Vt s a . \ l . i i n s | . * 1 rn'(i<»rt » .t\V ..t.f^l ' ” <»( - tt - 1*j> \ < jll I . f ^1’ r. Il'Hir. - ii{\|M . N . ii:\ I M. - . IKVIM. \ • ii : m m . N-ll^^ |M. ' H(tdt€£e'6 BUY A LOTTO TICKET &GETAntCE YCX3URT In Freeport Its CHUBBUCK S LOCATED AT 51 SOUTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT Free Pick-up & Delivery D iscount Film P rocessing SeH abta Espanoi WE FILL MEDICAID & UNION PRESCRIPTIONS 10% Senior Citizens Discount 379 - 3333 / 379-7788 STATIONEI^PE ua v m - exp. 9/30/39 S E o T O E C a S*«0 t toOwVMC CtMTtA ATTJWnC CITY ENJOY 7 HOURS AT THE BOARDWALK'S BIG EASY! SIS Cash I ^ 2 0 «Food(Uon.-frt) B U SE S LEAVE p o T ^ SS DEFERRED HERE 8:30 DAILY 46 S. Main St., Freeport, NY • 867-4100 \Ratios (jew e lry ^ OFF ^Lortgines \ B u l o v a . • Spccializmi: m I4Ki Tmld Rcp.Tirs Done While You W;ui Sakf B u iow i I.online:: ( ifi:. u Watch Batteries Installed ^ ies ^ p 1 S4.00 Citizen ^ f Seiko W n T ’ 378-5050 45 So. Main Street • Freeport Trust The E x p e rts/ We have sp e c ialists in all phases towards a new and beautiful you. including Bodywaves. Hair Relaxing. Pedicures. Skin Care, Leg Waxing & BScini Lining. Nail Tips 8 s a t Wrapping. 85 So. Main Street Freeport Op«n & Ua-jn • t:34 a n to 8 pen FReeport 8-7577 FReeport 8-9355 FASHION SHOP ' 5.00 Off 67 S . MAIN ST., FREEPORT ruwanSs Purchase Of Any • Hew Fall Blouses • New Fall Sweaters 0«»h & Cory Ortf 379-2381

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