There were absolutely no parents allowed!
I remember buying candy at a candy store next to or near the movie theater. .
But we patronized him daily.Army 238th Birthday Celebration in NYC Friday, June 14 (Flag Day) 9:45 am at Duffy Square in Times Squareand 12:10 pm at Bryant Park Presented by the United States Army.Jo and i are still friends, and she now lives in westchester county.So not only do I have memories of Laurelton, so do my children.156 in 1945 and on to frhs to graduate in 1949.I hate buying screws and other hardware items neatly packaged in clear plastic.37th Annual Spring Crafts on Columbus This Art Show takes place on the sidewalk next to the American Museum of Natural History Columbus Avenue from 77th to 81st StreetTaking place on the following weeekends: April 30/May 1 May 7/8 May 14/15 Brooklyn Flea Record Fair.I really have nothing but memories to contribute, and most of the folks contributing are from a time a little before mine, but my k-12 years and then some were spent in this town, and now I can relive some of the memories.Children under 12 are admitted free when accompanied by an adult.Zickerman's-we raffles park singapore map all remember that store.My favorite movie was an Abbott and Costello flick.Schiller in the third, then Mrs.We were married in 1952, and I remember many members of your old gang.Wouldnt it be great to have that back again.
132 school yard games-in addition to all the ball games, there was dodge ball, jump rope (I was OK, but couldn't do double dutch and marbles (before they paved over the area and put in trailer school rooms).