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I was dating a Brighton Beach girl..later became my wife... Her mother Sally was the well known cafeteria lady at Lincoln High .cookies would become world famous at least.Brooklyn.. Bartenders...lower end wise guys....was a place of Great FOOD..i REMEBER THE THE FACT THAT NO MATTER HOW MANY PEOPLE YOU WENT WITH OR WHAT YOU HAD... Now that was a place of beauty..chicken caciatorre at .25 for 1/2 or $ 6.50 for whole was outstanding..best Pasta Fagiole with crusty bread for I think

I was dating a Brighton Beach girl..later became my wife... Her mother Sally was the well known cafeteria lady at Lincoln High .cookies would become world famous at least.Brooklyn.. Bartenders...lower end wise guys....was a place of Great FOOD..i REMEBER THE THE FACT THAT NO MATTER HOW MANY PEOPLE YOU WENT WITH OR WHAT YOU HAD... Now that was a place of beauty..chicken caciatorre at $3.25 for 1/2 or $ 6.50 for whole was outstanding..best Pasta Fagiole with crusty bread for I think $1.50 was a dream ...I remember distinctly the restaurant named Stellas.. I always held on to that memory of that restaurant as the place people went for their meal ...not for lunch or dinner..for their meal... If you were luck they had braciole for the night.not often..I had wonderful friends from all over the neighborhood. Thank you for taking the time to create this site, there was no better place to grow-up then Coney Island.Gilda, whose family owned Mirrer's Bakery, Cynthia Damond, Richie Hahn, Marilyn Richman, Irving Graff. Thanks Jon Duffy To: [email protected]: Fri, Feb 13, 2009 am Subject: THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES I often revisit your site to catch up on new entries from former CI "grads". Through your site & Classmates, I have reconnected with several old CI & Seagate friends, such as Bob (Reuven) Zasler (now living in Israel), Gino Zizzo, Bob Shumsky, Barry Mennen, Mike Nelson, Ken Solnit, and Ron Cohen (from "Sunny Boy" and also now in Israel).I moved to Sheepshead Bay after marrying for the first time, but came back to Coney Island after divorcing and lived there with my mother Molly Rosenbaum for a time. (you had to take the swinging car.) We loved to see movies at the Loews (pronounced "Low-eeze), and the RKO Tilyou. If you had a lot of dough, you'd shop on Kings Highway.I hope this reaches the right place to people who loved growing up there as I did. We got our clothes at May's Department store, and our shoes at either Thom Mc An or A. A real big deal was going to Alan Freed's Christmas Show at the Brooklyn Paramount.I found this picture of my Mom, me and my brother, Bill, who just passed away on Saturday. Found some other pix of our old bicycle shop on Coney Island Ave. Mom used to take us kids to Coney on a trolley at least a couple days a week, I have bunches of pictures of Coney. thanks again sheila bleiman from [email protected] The Coney Island [email protected] Sun, Jul 18, 2010 at PM subject Coney - Sea Gate Ah, memories. As a result and with the election outcome, I, as I hope all of you are too, I am looking forward to better days ahead for us all. I was a student in then junior guidance classes from 2nd through 5th grades.

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I was dating a Brighton Beach girl..later became my wife... Her mother Sally was the well known cafeteria lady at Lincoln High .cookies would become world famous at least.Brooklyn.. Bartenders...lower end wise guys....was a place of Great FOOD..i REMEBER THE THE FACT THAT NO MATTER HOW MANY PEOPLE YOU WENT WITH OR WHAT YOU HAD... Now that was a place of beauty..chicken caciatorre at $3.25 for 1/2 or $ 6.50 for whole was outstanding..best Pasta Fagiole with crusty bread for I think $1.50 was a dream ...

I remember distinctly the restaurant named Stellas.. I always held on to that memory of that restaurant as the place people went for their meal ...not for lunch or dinner..for their meal... If you were luck they had braciole for the night.not often..

I had wonderful friends from all over the neighborhood. Thank you for taking the time to create this site, there was no better place to grow-up then Coney Island.

Gilda, whose family owned Mirrer's Bakery, Cynthia Damond, Richie Hahn, Marilyn Richman, Irving Graff. Thanks Jon Duffy To: [email protected]: Fri, Feb 13, 2009 am Subject: THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES I often revisit your site to catch up on new entries from former CI "grads". Through your site & Classmates, I have reconnected with several old CI & Seagate friends, such as Bob (Reuven) Zasler (now living in Israel), Gino Zizzo, Bob Shumsky, Barry Mennen, Mike Nelson, Ken Solnit, and Ron Cohen (from "Sunny Boy" and also now in Israel).

I moved to Sheepshead Bay after marrying for the first time, but came back to Coney Island after divorcing and lived there with my mother Molly Rosenbaum for a time. (you had to take the swinging car.) We loved to see movies at the Loews (pronounced "Low-eeze), and the RKO Tilyou. If you had a lot of dough, you'd shop on Kings Highway.

I hope this reaches the right place to people who loved growing up there as I did. We got our clothes at May's Department store, and our shoes at either Thom Mc An or A. A real big deal was going to Alan Freed's Christmas Show at the Brooklyn Paramount.

I found this picture of my Mom, me and my brother, Bill, who just passed away on Saturday. Found some other pix of our old bicycle shop on Coney Island Ave. Mom used to take us kids to Coney on a trolley at least a couple days a week, I have bunches of pictures of Coney. thanks again sheila bleiman from [email protected] The Coney Island [email protected] Sun, Jul 18, 2010 at PM subject Coney - Sea Gate Ah, memories. As a result and with the election outcome, I, as I hope all of you are too, I am looking forward to better days ahead for us all. I was a student in then junior guidance classes from 2nd through 5th grades.

taken shortly before the Great Depression when my family moved upstate in order to survive. Have pictures of my Aunt Kitty who was the tight rope walker at Steeplechase for many years. Meanwhile, who from the PS 80 days, can recall Principal Joseph Janovsky or Ms. I attended PS 60 (think) next to Trump Village, Reynolds and Shellbark JHS and Sheepshead Bay HS.

.50 was a dream ...

I remember distinctly the restaurant named Stellas.. I always held on to that memory of that restaurant as the place people went for their meal ...not for lunch or dinner..for their meal... If you were luck they had braciole for the night.not often..

I had wonderful friends from all over the neighborhood. Thank you for taking the time to create this site, there was no better place to grow-up then Coney Island.

Gilda, whose family owned Mirrer's Bakery, Cynthia Damond, Richie Hahn, Marilyn Richman, Irving Graff. Thanks Jon Duffy To: [email protected]: Fri, Feb 13, 2009 am Subject: THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES I often revisit your site to catch up on new entries from former CI "grads". Through your site & Classmates, I have reconnected with several old CI & Seagate friends, such as Bob (Reuven) Zasler (now living in Israel), Gino Zizzo, Bob Shumsky, Barry Mennen, Mike Nelson, Ken Solnit, and Ron Cohen (from "Sunny Boy" and also now in Israel).

I moved to Sheepshead Bay after marrying for the first time, but came back to Coney Island after divorcing and lived there with my mother Molly Rosenbaum for a time. (you had to take the swinging car.) We loved to see movies at the Loews (pronounced "Low-eeze), and the RKO Tilyou. If you had a lot of dough, you'd shop on Kings Highway.

I hope this reaches the right place to people who loved growing up there as I did. We got our clothes at May's Department store, and our shoes at either Thom Mc An or A. A real big deal was going to Alan Freed's Christmas Show at the Brooklyn Paramount.

I found this picture of my Mom, me and my brother, Bill, who just passed away on Saturday. Found some other pix of our old bicycle shop on Coney Island Ave. Mom used to take us kids to Coney on a trolley at least a couple days a week, I have bunches of pictures of Coney. thanks again sheila bleiman from [email protected] The Coney Island [email protected] Sun, Jul 18, 2010 at PM subject Coney - Sea Gate Ah, memories. As a result and with the election outcome, I, as I hope all of you are too, I am looking forward to better days ahead for us all. I was a student in then junior guidance classes from 2nd through 5th grades.

taken shortly before the Great Depression when my family moved upstate in order to survive. Have pictures of my Aunt Kitty who was the tight rope walker at Steeplechase for many years. Meanwhile, who from the PS 80 days, can recall Principal Joseph Janovsky or Ms. I attended PS 60 (think) next to Trump Village, Reynolds and Shellbark JHS and Sheepshead Bay HS.

We moved back to Brooklyn in 1942 and I saw the war years from that vantage point, saw the guys coming and going overseas and watched them as they returned. went to school with ronnie goodman hadnt seen each other since grduation from lincoln, class of 62. we share so many childhood memories and now we are making new ones. Carvel Ice cream store, Nathan's' hot dogs, knishes, the Steeple Chase and Kaiser Park are much better memories.I also had some friends from Seagate; Sheila Bierman, Naomi Kahn, Irma Freedman, Joan Mindlin, etc. Virginia Steiner [email protected] 20 I was born in the Coney Island Hopital, lived on Stillwell Ave until Luna Park burned down, moved to West 33rd Street across from PS 188, where I went to school. Kaplan was the principal of PS 188, and I can almost remember each of my teachers from first to sixth grade. , also Ethel Mcree who later sang with Ray Charles. As kids, we used to take our bikes on a sunday morning, ride the length of the Boardwalk, and venture out onto Ocean Parkway all the way to Prospect Park.It was the greatest elementary school, and I only wished that my own children and grandchildren could have had the wonderful teachers and the greatest elementary school principal there ever was in my opinion. How lucky were we to have the 3 greatest outfielders in baseball playing at the same time in NY - Willie Mays (Giants), Mickey Mantle (Yankees), and our own "Duke Snider" in Brooklyn!Today we all have a commonality in that our shared memories, good and not so good, are rooted in our connection to "CI Memories," and shared through this website.Thanks for the time taken to set this up for us all and "Thanks for the memories" and God Bless us all, everyone." I grew up in the Surf Projects, from ages 2 through 19, and graduated from Lincoln High School in 1971.

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Who needed a vacation, we had the beach steps from our home. My 2 sisters, Jackie Frey & Michelle Frey (who married Barry Ostrie), and cousin Nanette Warley are now out in California, along with Lori Buckler (who I lusted for as a kid! We lived in Seagate at 3726 Lyme Ave, and our grandparents owned Surf Knishes on Surf Ave.