If you have a statement to make, you can do it in our Forum
Membership Info
Minimize
Membership Membership:
Latest New User Latest: SteveJay
Past 24 Hours Past 24 Hours: 0
Prev. 24 Hours Prev. 24 Hours: 0
User Count Overall: 532

People Online People Online:
Visitors Visitors: 77
Members Members: 0
Total Total: 77



Users Online
Minimize
   Members Where are they
    Visitor:[2] Home
    Visitor:[1] About
    Visitor:[1] Photos
    Visitor:[38] Forum
    Visitor:[30] Cross Bay
    Visitor:[5] User Profile


Announcement
Minimize

You must be registered and logged in to post a message on this forum. Please note that all posts with authors listed as  "anonymous"  were migrated from the old website forum.



Howard Beach Forum
HomeHomeDiscussionsDiscussionsLindenwoodLindenwoodLindenwood 1958-1964Lindenwood 1958-1964
Previous
 
Next
New Post
3/5/2007 9:01 PM
 
Greetings from Rock Hill, SC. Where were you when JFK was assassinated in 1963? I was in 5th grade at PS-232 in Lindenwood, Howard Beach. We moved to HB in 1958 and left in 1964. We lived at 89-36 155th Avenue. My father, who died in October 2006 at age 83, was president and secretary of the Lindenwood Co-Op Committtee. My parents published the “Vineyard News”, a Lindenwood weekly. I was just a little punk, but I did all the proofreading for that paper. I played good hardcore Little League baseball at the Conduit Blvd. fields, no t-ball or coach-pitch, no batting gloves, just real baseball. Also I played some great games of stickball against the high rise apartment walls across the street from my garden apartments. I was a pretty decent bowler at both the Americana and the Crossbay lanes … one of those bowling centers had two stories, but I can’t remember which! Most importantly I remember some very, very fine girls, and kept my breath fresh with Sen-Sen, but was just a hair too young to get past “first base”!!! LOL...I’m 53 now and have been gone for 42 years. Howard Beach is a great place. I hope to return someday to see how it looks now and take pictures for my mother. Great site … Kudos to whomever is responsible for creating and maintaining it! Email me if you remember me. Peace -- Gary
 
New Post
5/6/2007 5:09 PM
 
quote:
Originally posted by gkoven: Greetings from Rock Hill, SC. Where were you when JFK was assassinated in 1963? I was in 5th grade at PS-232 in Lindenwood, Howard Beach. We moved to HB in 1958 and left in 1964. We lived at 89-36 155th Avenue. My father, who died in October 2006 at age 83, was president and secretary of the Lindenwood Co-Op Committtee. My parents published the “Vineyard News”, a Lindenwood weekly. I was just a little punk, but I did all the proofreading for that paper. I played good hardcore Little League baseball at the Conduit Blvd. fields, no t-ball or coach-pitch, no batting gloves, just real baseball. Also I played some great games of stickball against the high rise apartment walls across the street from my garden apartments. I was a pretty decent bowler at both the Americana and the Crossbay lanes … one of those bowling centers had two stories, but I can’t remember which! Most importantly I remember some very, very fine girls, and kept my breath fresh with Sen-Sen, but was just a hair too young to get past “first base”!!! LOL...I’m 53 now and have been gone for 42 years. Howard Beach is a great place. I hope to return someday to see how it looks now and take pictures for my mother. Great site … Kudos to whomever is responsible for creating and maintaining it! Email me if you remember me. Peace -- Gary
 
Previous
 
Next
HomeHomeDiscussionsDiscussionsLindenwoodLindenwoodLindenwood 1958-1964Lindenwood 1958-1964


 Home  |  About  |  History  |  Photos  |  Real Estate  |  Cross Bay  |  Forum  |  Guest Book  |  Events  |  Contact Us  

Copyright © 1997-2016 HowardBeach.com
Privacy Statement  |  Terms Of Use