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At the beach club, I was taken out by the undertow, and saved by a young couple on the beach. When I was little it was really scary as I had to lean so far over to reach the wooden arm that dispensed the rings.
I remember when there was Hills supermarket across from John J Burns park and my mother shopping there when I was a kid. I will never forget when I finally got the Gold Ring, which meant you got a free ride. Musicaros had the absolute best pizza in the world. Only when we Went there it was called Jolley Rogers.
My fathers favorite spot to have a dry manhattan straight up with a twist of lemon at the bar when he came of the lirr. My parent's took us there quite often since they couldn't afford to take us on vacation. My brother's used to reach up and grab a ring for me and you got a prize or something for it. My mother would take my brother and me there for special dinners after my father died.
My favorite dish in the restaurant was the baked ziti. When we got too big to go there anymore then they took us to Adventureland. For several years, when I would start getting a cold, or feeling sick, I would test myself to see how ill I was.
I catch up with old friends and family, and one thing is for sure: my Long Island accent will always stay with me. S I see in the past comments alot talk about Pizza places. I remember the ever so high fence around the lot on which the School sat - and the height of the school bus taking me there in the mornings (across the street from our house on 3 Belvedere Drive). Did anyone from LI ever go to Palasades park with the worlds largest salt water pool. One memory I have of you is teaching us several Woody Guthrie songs, among other classic songs. In later years my brothers and our friends would play stickball on the front wall of the school, at least until the Wackenhut Security guards would chase us off, I have been singing the Hawthorn school song almost daily since elementary school. They didn't watch TV, didn't surf, and didn't read newspapers or magazines. Not the same world, ours is gone except in our memories. My Brother's both got to go and I think I was there too but too young to remember.
And I am proud of it because where I live now, everyone knows I am from up north... Even Massapequa has a lot of famous men and women, like Steve Guttenberg and Jerry Seinfeld... I recall playing (cautiously) with the quarter I would get - far too seldom - to pay for ice cream when the Good Humor man would come down the avenue by our house. Being on the playground & having the fire alarm go off. Ahead of its time--as many pools in Fl now are salt water instead of chlorine. Remember she'd pack up the car with the gang and off to tobay we would go! I remember that Massapequa Park would give out poster paint and brushes. I was in the A Cappella choir at Berner till we moved to Tucson. Would you hapoen to have any idea what became of Mr And Mrs Bosco, formerly Miss Stanco before she married him? Freedom Land closed in 1964 and I was only 2 at the time.
I would think, "Could I eat Musicaro's spaghetti right now?
" and if the answer was "yes" I knew that I was not really going to be ill. We live in a different state now but he knows all about my memories of Massapequa Park...
So many boys' faces 9and sometimes names - Anthony Zengrea, Tommy Werner, Michael Duffy, Bobby Mullen, the Bustards, the Zimmers, the Maddens, the Mullers, the Hesses) come to mind. On Riviera Drive, there was always a group of kids playing outside. She enjoyed the stories about my personal rebellion against authority figures at the school.Please do respond if you share any of these memories! Tom Dean Tackapausha Park - technically Seaford but right on the border. Fishing in the reservoir just east of the railroad station parking lot Don't forget the Baldwin brothers I seem to recall (back in the 60s) there being a small amusement park somewhere on long island named "Dicks Park". When my family moved to Old Westbury, in 1970, Mrs. The diner at the outdoor mall, was great place for any kid to visit because of the ever interesting, wallpaper of dogs playing poker.