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1490) Rosario (Roy) Caputo 
Howard Beach
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11-6-2006 01:26 AM  Write a comment Send E-mail

Hey Ben. Your story about the basketball championship you guys won was great. I knew everyone of those players you mentioned. In fact I graduated from P.S. 30 with Sal Auletti and Anthony Imperato. And Billy Baggs lived right across the street from me. We played baseball and stick ball all the time. Your story brought back memories of the 1948 or 49 summer when we from Red Hook were the softball Champions of Brooklyn. I'm writing this as possibly there is someone out there who remembers. I was the catcher Albie Emmit the pitcher. Bobby Peterson played shortstop and I think Ju-Ju played 3rd. I believed Frankie Callahan was in center. Anyway we eliminated all opponents. Mr. Cambell was our coach, a fiery man who brought the best out of us and yet never ceased to brighten our spirits when we goofed on a play. There were a lot of really good teams in Brooklyn but we were the best. Why not, we were from RED HOOK....Roy C.

BEN BUTLER 11-6-2006 02:30 AM

It's almost 1:00AM and I was about to close ti down after sending a long business text.
I hit the site one more time to fing you post. It woke me like
Roy the names. Man I just shook my head. ALL great players and guys Frankie Callahan I just realized he was in a picture and I thought he was John Sheehan.. Last nightI woke up at maybe 2 am and thought I screwed up Sal Auletti's name and called him Louie. Sorry Sal but I always get you guys mixed up. It's been a while. For what it's worth I still have my five finger Joe Medwick glove ready to go.Bobby Peterson was better than Pe Wee REESE, I DON'T CARE WHAT ANYONE SAYS. GUYS/ROY
I have a serious question and no lying. Only guys from the Hook knows what I am talking about.Who can honestly say that in Coffee Park they truly "shit housed" the ball clean over the roof. On that note I am going to take break and go over Delfontes and get a 3/4 HERO meatball parm and peppers with a pepsi and eat lunch for 85 cents YA CAN'T BEAT IT.. There is a money game at 4 o'clock after the sun dies down.

One error and you never get to play again.Two errors and you got beat up.

Bi gotta go.

1489) michael imbasciani 
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Thankyou all for responds. but there has tobe away to get together if you are in close range. it would be great to talk face to face and see how we survied. thought we all or none hadit hard growing up. there is so much to talk about .since i was 17. ibeen through alot and now sucessful. and graceful withthe help of god. thank you again from the bottom of my heart .it is so nice to know my real friends the ones i grew up with are still carried in our hearts and minds that our memories.will keep us goin alot of cherish moments. T.Y mike the hat alias bird.
1488) Bill Sweeney 
Chesapeake, VA
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11-4-2006 09:23 PM  Write a comment Send E-mail

I have come across an article that was in the papers about the Adrian A.C. semi-pro baseball players who played in the Edison Oval which was at Henry and Lorraine Streets in 1929. Some of the players were: Jensen, Laffin, Moletti, Mulcahy, Savarese, Lane (possibly Bucko Lane), Dunn, Gunderson, Auletti, Ring, and Campbell. The Article had been written by Bucko Lane. Any names familiar to the readers of this site?

BENNY BUTLER NO.6 CENTER 11-4-2006 10:49 PM
Bill You Basketball coverage is great. Several names stand out although before my basketball days. I tell a story to my son
Billy (a basketball player like his old man) about my first shot put upin 1947 at the YMCA on the second floor Gym on Richard Street and King under
COACH GABE SAVARESE. My first Coach. I will never forget what he and his staff did for us kids.It led to a great deal of good things happening to me in my life and now to my son on the basketball trail. The Auletti name is prominent to me as well in that I probably played with your fellow's son
LouAuletti for our Visitation CYO OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM in the mid 1950's. with Sal Auletti, Anthony Imperato, Billy Bags, Jimmy Serra, Bobby Boyd, Steve Lombardo and myself at Center. Under another Great CoachBIG JOEBurns, oh I almost forgot our great PointGuard Jimmy McAnn
Where are all you guys
we have to play one more game.

One and out guys. Whoever does not drop dead from a heat attack wins.
Nobody could beat us..OBODY

we kicked ass man all over Brooklyn.

Sorry this is spaced wrong the computer screwed up and I can't

BEN BUTLER 11-9-2006 02:30 PM
BILL FYI Some old business. I just uncovered and that is the correct worg a text you sent me on 10/22. I am a man immerces in paper. You would not believe it. To answer you on the Gorman Question of my being related no I was not. My Aunt Kitty Gorman was actually my Mothers best girlfirend and I called her Aunt of of respect and a Quarter now and then. Hey in those days as a kid you had toi do what you had to do. Candy cose money anda a quarter went a long way. The more AUNTS AND uNCLES YOU HAD THE BETTER.
1487) Jake McComiskey 
The Villages, Florida
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11-4-2006 08:09 PM  Write a comment Send E-mail

Hi to everyone who lived on or around Dikeman St. Hope to hear from everyone

Benny Butler 11-4-2006 10:18 PM
Jake re: Dikeman Street.
My lifelong friend Bobby Nolan lived between Van Brunt and Richard, He had two older sisters. Doris and Jeanie. His Mother was Etta Griffin from the Large Griffin family on Conover street. Jeanie is still with us. Bobby married Irene Wuzzy Simero. 1900/1920 My Mother Nora Sheehy Butler was born on Dikeman Street as well. 1940/1956 We lived on Coffey Street until 1956.Presently working with John Sheehan from Dikeman. 2006 All is well here on Staten Island and "they" have not been able to box me yet.

Red Hook Forever

roger kenneke 11-5-2006 12:29 PM
hi jake i lived accross the street my grand ma forte lived next door to you your sister & madaline would visit with my mom.

Joe Ross (Dwight & Dikema 11-5-2006 07:49 PM
Hi, Jake, Margaret was in the Visitation class with us. We would say a prayer for her health at times. Unlike everybody else, what a huge yard you had. I clearly remember playing in front of your house, & Butchy Hamilton's sister was allowed to join us. What courage she had.

Ken (Cow ) Brown 11-7-2006 12:10 AM
Hello Jake,
It's been a long time. I plan to meet Hughie Bartlett for lunch Thursday.I will tell him about your post. Saw Howie Zuzzio at the reunion at the VFW in September. Take care.
1486) mike imbasciani 
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thank you for all the info on the website you created mark phillips.

madeline faiella 11-3-2006 11:07 AM
Congrandtions with your newest grandchild i know that you and nicky are very proud of being grandparnets
lots od blessing
1485) michael Imbasciani 
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11-1-2006 09:17 PM  Write a comment Send E-mail

The bar on bond st. and carroll ws called mannix. is that funny used to watch the show mannix private eye.there is so much to talk about union st. bond carroll st. second st. hoyt. its nice too read from childhood mems. the things that change .we need atime machine. that was good the world then simple and free, the songs ment so much. saturday in the park. has anyone have information on louie who had a souped up chevy malibu burgendy . he was in awheel chair lived on union st. smith and court st. used to hang in carroll park smoke and drink wine out of wine pouches. later mikebird.

Tommy B. 11-2-2006 02:16 PM
Hi Mike, here is a little info about Louie,I think his last name is Didonna & he has a sister named Margaret. I did see him on TV a few years back ,playing & coaching from his wheel chair,he was pretty good. When I was in my teens I knew him & his sister pretty well. I hope someone on the site can give more info about him! Take care.

babyann 11-4-2006 08:31 AM
Tommy B you talk about a Di Donna do you know if they are related to Butchie who lived on Summit St.???? if so his sister reads this all the time boy is this really getting intersting now....

Linda 1-1-2007 01:21 PM
Hi Mike,
I see TommyB was asking about Louie from Union Street. I grew up across the street from the DiDonna's and hung out with Louie's older sister Millie. Louie is doing well and living in Staten Island. Margaret is still living in the same house they grew up in.
1484) Arlene 
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11-1-2006 05:27 PM  Write a comment Send E-mail

Getting back to donations for Visitation Church, last year I received a letter from them asking for help. They stated in the letter that they were having trouble with the heating system and that St. Mary's Hall needed to be fixed and painted. I sent them a donation and they sent it back to me asking what it was for. I thought that was odd. It clearly stated donation on the check and I didn't care what they used it for. If that is their procedure I can understand why they are hurting for funds.
1483) George McCafferty 
Suffolk, NY
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11-1-2006 12:06 AM  Write a comment Send E-mail

Trying to locat again Jonny Perna Or Anthony Chechillo.

babyann 11-6-2006 11:18 AM
hello george I gave Anthony your message he will contact you

madeline faiella 11-6-2006 03:08 PM
George McCafferty
Try the VFW Post on
325 Van Brunt Street
B'klyn NY 11231
They might know how to get in touch with him
1482) Marianne (Auletti) Sichenzia 
Massapequa Park, N.Y.
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10-31-2006 08:24 PM  Write a comment Send E-mail

Hi to all. Sorry, we couldn't make the reunion. My brother Louis called a couple of days later to tell us what a great time he had seeing everyone again.

Maureen mMdden 11-1-2006 05:55 PM
Hi Marianne, Sorry you & Jimmy couldn't make"old timer's day" Your brother was right it is always agreat day.

Ken (Cow) Brown 11-1-2006 10:02 PM
Hi Maryanne,
I would have been graet if you and James could have made it on Old Timers Day. Not that we are old.
Hope you can make it next year or maybe to a PS 30 reunion?

Tony Salvato 11-2-2006 05:28 AM
Hello Marianne. You bring back some names that ring a bell. Nicky Sichenzia and Sal Auletti. Are you related to them.

BEN BUTLER 11-3-2006 02:11 PM
hi ,Marianne did Jimmy get the pics I sent

Ben Butler
1481) Lucy (Lucille) Fraser Suarez 
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10-31-2006 12:02 PM  Write a comment Send E-mail

Hi! Harry Boyle!.... HEY HERMANNNNNN RIVERA "BIKERMINIO DUDE"!!! Cheno left cha a message about three pages back! Love Lucy & Cheno
1480) Lucy (Lucille) Fraser Suarez 
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10-31-2006 12:00 PM  Write a comment Send E-mail

Hi! Harry Boyle!.... HEY HERMANNNNNN RIVERA "BIKERMINIO DUDE"!!! Cheno left cha a message about three pages back! Love Lucy & Cheno
1479) Harry Boyle 
Estero florida
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10-30-2006 11:14 AM  Write a comment Send E-mail

Hello, Howie and Diane, it's nice to see you here. So, how long are you guys together now, it's got to be close to 45 years or so ,right? .I'm in Florida about 10 years now. I see Howie Graves a lot, and was in touch with Howie Kennedy just before he passed. E-mail Frances Sweeney and Kathleen Hamilton too. Are you in touch with any of the old crew?

BEN BUTLER 11-6-2006 12:39 AM
Harry. We uise to play "Points"ON THE CORNER OF COFFEY AND VANBRUNT early /mid fifties against Mikie CAMPIONE
and sometime Harry Nespoli. You were younger but very good.
The last time we met was in the Hamptons 78 maybe at Lenny Grubers Mansion. He brought up you name and I recognized you immediately. I still see Lenny
We traded old Hook stories then.
Hope all is well with you.

Best Regards
1478) Johnny Yatz 
Red Hook
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10-29-2006 09:46 PM  Write a comment Send E-mail

To that person who wanted to know where Otto's bar was located- It was on the corners of Kane and Columbia Streets. I don't know what became of Otto

babyann 10-30-2006 09:14 AM
Hello all, I am proud to say I am a Grandmother as of last week, baby boy 8lbs. 21in. Nicholas Gustavo big name
haven't been on for a long time now, I miss the old neighborhood too! expecially the friends from Columbia St. and from Henry Sts I should have stayed there invested in a beautiful brown stone in stead of paper mashee I think that is the spelling for houses in SI that are not solid
to all new comers my family comes from Carroll St.& Columbia Malvasio

Tommy B. 10-30-2006 02:16 PM
Hi Grandma, welcome back & good luck to you & Nicky with your new grandson. As you can see the site has been kind of slow. Like I said in the beginng of the month its seems like everyone has flown the coop for the winter, even those who were complaing flew the coop. I do hope we can get it going the way it was during the summer. Take care & enjoy your Grandson.

babyann 10-31-2006 09:26 AM
Say what's up the with large writing, I know I need glasses this is a bit much. I think it takes up to much space please adjust it back the way it was

babyann 10-31-2006 09:31 AM
ops! looks like it was me, I said I need glasses and well now I'm ready for a new pair.
1477) Howie Graves 
Cape Coral Fla
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Hello Diane & Howie. Been a very long time. i see that you are in fla what part? I m here 8 1/2 yrs on a permanent basis & love it. Talk to you soon
1476) mike imbasciani 
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10-28-2006 08:19 PM  Write a comment Send E-mail

Tommy b. allie russo and mike gobbalotto. mikey rabbit was both coaches. magic touch bar on 3rdst and hoyt st, the team players tonto. james ryan.sababelli brothers.i cant remember others.if augie daugther can show the picture on the sight maybe someone would remember. gina ty. Is sandy calendo out phillip his bro.they live on union also. nick cusinelli also sis joann bro john father john. grandfather gabe sold and made the best old fashion lemon ice right outside his area gate 2cents and a 5 big one a 10cents.anyone remember grabees. the dugstore on the corner of hoyt and unionst. y t mike bird p s my brother was know as lefty hung on 2nd st and hoyt . jimmy motts etc. memories .

Gina (Garbellotto) 10-30-2006 03:55 PM
I can't post the pic on the site but if anyone would like me to send it to them e-mail me at JGROD90@aol.com. Please put in the subject line Mikey Rabbit

Eddie Motts 11-1-2006 05:52 PM
The last name on the above email says the name Jimmy Motts. If you knew him then you know me Eddie Motts and I am still alive and kicking! Jimmy is bone God Rest his Sole...I was rasied by the whole crew...
1475) howie mc comiskey & diane 
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10-28-2006 04:58 PM  Write a comment Send E-mail

hi to all the red hook people from dikeman st. & richard sts. would like to hear from all of our old friends

HERMAN RIVERA 10-28-2006 10:33 PM
HI Howie and Diane its me Herman Rivera, how the hell are you ? as for me i have three kids and 5 grand children ,and i am retired from the working world i met gay gay and marie in s.i. about three years ago they came to my sonin law party he is in the coast guard station at s.i ,i came down from up state ny by woodstock to cook a pig for them there, how are you guys doing?as for me iam doing fine.GAY GAY looks the same so does Marie boy we are geting old. but we have old red hook to look back on.
peace and love

roger kenneke 10-30-2006 12:59 PM
hi.howie im roger kenneke from 34 rembering playing in your yard in the hamock . and many moe memories

Lucy 10-30-2006 03:57 PM
Hey Roger I cant remember your email addy... mine is starsaffireone@yahoo.com send me your email addy... Lucy
1474) mike imbasciani 
brooklyn still
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Tommy b who are you your nick name lemon wrong i guess that was tom orteri .I hung out bobby bumps. casher might be spelling wrong last name remember his sisters barbra and diane . he passed. bob bumbs he had ayounger bro.we use hangalot on degraw. and do remember pizza box they had a great tuna hero. cheap also. went to school 6s on douglas !maybe.there is so much to talk about i dont know where to start .does any one remember collecting coupons on bordens milk to see the mets nosebleed seats .10 cents fare. F train smith and carroll stop coney is. oh boy i cant helens candy store car service.

Joanne 10-27-2006 11:29 PM
I remember the Cascia's. I went to school witht he younger brother, Richie. We used to call him beesch. The Mignone's lived right next door. Cathy was in our class also. Last I heard, Richie was living in Tom's River but I believe the mother is still in Brooklyn somewhere. We all went to St. Agnes in the late 60's and early 70's. Live in S.I. now but sometimes I miss the neighborhood.

Eddie Motts 11-1-2006 06:05 PM
Hi, Just to let you know Bumpsie had even a younger brother then Richie. He name is David. Yes he was very young and you probably wouldnt know. You can find him and his mom and two older sister. David now owns the gym on columbia and Union across from House of pizza. I know all the places and people mentioned above.
1473) mikchael imbasciani 
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yes here is info on the young fello that drowned inthe canal his name was prano john. isaw him when they took him out he looked as he was fighting fist clenched. im sorry if anyone reads this is related its just i have a great memory for things in brooklyn. the pranos had a store hoyt union and joe mary johnny made me my heros bologna @cheese mayo. nedicks orange soda bag of wise chips and had change .i got my first baseball glove from green stamps in that store and my first pair of roller skates. oh the memories.I was the young boy who collected coke bottles from everyone on union st.im sophies young boy the last of seven. every one remembers . It was apee wee reese 6 finger glove lefty iwas. Im also holding in the picture we took as the magic touch Tigers. In ps 32s yard. michael. Augies daughter please send anything of pitures you have thank you if any one out remembers thats what keeps us goin the memories the good times of south brooklyn dont forget mr softee ice cream and opening hydrates as we would say johnnypumps why!
1472) MaryAnn-Pinky 
Waltham, Ma
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Hi, I was wondering if anyone on this site remeber's my mother MaryAnn Pastore, she went to St. Pauls. MaryAnn lived between Court and Wareen St. she had a sister Winifred, also called Winnie or Blue eyes... My mom now lives in Mass, for the past 15 years and I would like to get her back in touch with some of her old pals.

Delia Rodriguez 10-27-2006 07:59 PM
Hi Pinky, you probably don't remember me but my name is Delia and I lived at Court and Warren.Your mother will remember me and my Mom, Dee. I'm glad to hear that she's well. How is your brother? Well I hope. Please tell her I said hi and it's good to be in touch.

Betty Grillo/Avigliano 10-27-2006 08:41 PM
Did your mom know of a Pastore in the restaurant business in Bklyn?

Pinky 10-28-2006 03:15 PM
Hi Delia,
I told my mom about your reply and yes she remeber's you and your family. My brother Tony is well he had 6 kids, I have 2 and a grandson. My mom also has another son Chris, from a another marriage. My mom said to stay hello and hope all is well and yes it would be nice for her to learn the computer so she can come on and you guys can chat. take care and keep in touch.

Pinky 10-28-2006 03:17 PM
Hi Betty,
I had asked my mom and she said no, not that she is aware of.
take care.

Len Rizzuto 7-8-2007 03:45 PM
Hi,Yes I knew your mom and Winifred very very well.
In fact Winnie and I were in the same class at St Pauls .I was sorry to hear of her passing . It broke my heart I always remember Winnie as a happy ,wild fun loving girl. And your Mom was the sam way . Tell her Len Rizzuto is thinking of her .She'll remember me .Metion Peter Messina ,Ed Argenio (decesed) .john Walsh .

len rizzuto 7-12-2007 10:43 AM
Hey Pinky ,

Where R u /. I went to St Pauls with your mom and winnie. I was in Winnies class 7th and 8th grade
1471) Nancy Calzaretta (nee Crema ) 
Staten Island, NY
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I was born in 1948, went to Visitation Elementary School, and Bay Ridge High School. I lived in Red Hook until I was 16 years old and then moved to Bensonhurst for about 3 years, and then to S.I.

I'm wondering if anyone remembers me or any of my friends. I lived in the 3 story projects on Dwight Street. My friends were Robert Piana (he had half brothers by the name of Van Pelt). Emily Carriciolo (sp) was a friend, as was Elsie Wonderluch. Henry, her brother, died in Viet Nam. I also knew Rina Affatigato (Whom I believe passed away), Linda Lubrano, and the Baffi sisters, Linda and Beatrice. Would love to hear from Robert but I'm not holding out too much hope as he moved away when we were in the 6th or 7th grade. But I remember him fondly.

Patty Cozzati Laslo 10-25-2006 12:53 PM
Hi Nancy, I also lived in the 3 story projects on Dwight St., #102. In fact, the Wonderluchs were our cross the hall neighbors. I'm a little ahead of you - age wise - and was good friends with Barbara W. I had heard about Henry's death some years back. His grandfather and his mom, Helen, use to call him "Henderick" - not sure of the spelling but it was his name in Polish. Which building did you live in? I'll give my brother Richie a call, he's the baby in the family - he might remember you.

Lynne Barba (nee Connors) 10-25-2006 10:38 PM
Hi Nancy, I am not sure if you remember me, but I knew you through the Wunderlich family, I was friends with both brothers Johnny and Henry, my cousin Karen Clinton (who lived at 80 Dwight St.) was and still is good friends with Barbara Wunderlich and the whole family. I saw Johnny and Barbara and Elsie at my cousins sons wedding a couple of years ago. Sadly they lost their Mom, Helen on August 28, 2000, the same day that my Dad passed away. I also remember the VanPelts and Bobby Piana. Heres something that may ring a bell as far as you remembering me, I had a crush on Johnny Wunderlich and he didn't have a phone, so he gave me your phone number to get in touch with him, which I did a few times, until Helen one time got on the phone and told me to stop calling her neighbors house for her son! I am going to be forwarding your post to my cousin Karen and hopefully she will get in touch with Elsie for you. Its so great reliving the memories from when we were younger. Keep in touch. I went to Visitation also, was in the same grade as Henry, I still think of him to this day, he was a sweetheart.

Patty Cozzati 10-26-2006 12:43 PM
I spoke to my brother Richie and he doesn't remember too many people from the projects. We moved from Dwight St. to Nelson St. around 1958. He does remember the Wonderlichs very well. If you do speak to Elsie, please let her know that my whole family was very saddened to lear of Henry's death but did not know how to get in touch with them. We are also sorry to learn of Helen's passing. We remember the entire Wonderlich family as special people in our lives.
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