Daily News from New York, New York on July 5, 1967 · 885
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300G for Li'J League Foul fo Woman Civic A new target has been develoved in the row between Bayside home owners and Little League baseball enthusiasts the reported t $300,000 appropriation for league facilities, which has been challenged by a home owner group. The proposed appropriation was attacked as illegal by Mrs. Gloria Wall, Bayside Oaks Civic Association secretary, who contends it was authorized witiiout a public hearing. Backers of the league- facilities want a field developed at 57th Kiad and 2.".0th St., a project advocated by the rival Bayside Hills Civic Association headed bv Albert L. Falloni. Row- Started Last Year Thj'row began a year ago when h.wneowners objected to Little League games on another field, complaining of noise and damage to their homes. Then District Attorney Nat H. Hentel intervened, although Parks Department crews tore down a backstop. Mrs. Wall's charge is the latest round in the community quarrel, in which she contends the Bay-Hills group does not repre sent sentiment in the homeowner area. Such recreational facilities, she asserted, should be built "in deprived areas, not our affluent area where parents send their children to summer camps and we don't need the field." NEWS Largest Circulation in the Borough DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1967 - 55 Car Meets Tree ! Resulf: Shear Trouble Queens Man, 46, Slain in Midtown Sam Schembri. 46, of 51-33 7lith St., Woodside, Queens, was found lving on the sidewalk ati Ninth Ave. and 54th St. at 4:30 A.M., and was taken to St. Clare's Hospital, where he was pronounced dead of stab wounds of the chest and abdomen. Police said Schembri worked at the New Amsterdam Fish Co., 450 V. 54th St., as a filet cutter. They said they had no evidence of a motive for the killing. Kmqs, Queens i -j i -k John P. Clarke TKmald Pemberton serving the jurists of that court . . . Meade Esposito. who has repeatedly been named as a successor to Kings Democratic Chief Stanley Steingut says he is not interested in filling the post. YOUR THOUGHT FOR TODAY: ''Prosperity is grsat too bad it is so expensive." Peter Gordon. By MICHAEL O'BRIEN "HEN THE MANHATTAN" Democratic organization elects a new Tammany leader this week, Brooklyn and Queens Democrats will wager that Assemblyman Frank G. Rosetti, interim biss, will not be tapped for the job. Maurice O'Rourke. a membr of the Board of Selections, i considered by twin-county Democrats as having a much better chance of copping the prize. As they see it, O'Rourke has former Mayor Robert F. Wagner and a number of reform Democratic leaders in his corner. Too, it is said, O'Rourke for years has been wielding powerful influence among the dissidents, the splinters and the disgruntled. It is recalled that it was just such an aggregation which spelled success for Wagner in '61 when he was at the bott;m of his political rating and abandoned by most of the party chieftains. John R. Crews. Kings Republican machine leader, is facing a number of district leadership fights in next year's primary. Not the least will be that in which Donald Pemberton, president of Flatbush-Flatlands Rep ublican Club will attempt to unseat Irving Maltz the present district leader. Pemberton, 32, is a commercial printer. He has engaged in many party hassles in the past several yearv. He starred as a vice president of the Galdwater for President Committee, and Staten Island President J o I. n Connor's campaign. Tie Pemberton aggregation ha set its sights on "revitalizing the Republican Party," a slogan that Democrats, too, are using. St. John's University is losing its popular director of alumni relations. John P. Clarke has held that post since 1959, during which more than $1.5 million was contributed to the university building program by some 32,000 alumni. Clarke is scheduled to teach business law as an assistant professor in the College of Business Administration in the fall. Incidentally, The Redman, the university's alumni magazine was placed among the top 10 alumni magazines during Clarke's .handling of alumni affairs. Jerome Steinberg, president of the Civil Court Law Secretaries Association, tells us that none of his members are engaged in the reported attempt to displace several non-lawyer secretaries 2 -s Car driven by Charles Burton, 22, of 38-20 149th Place, Flushing, lies demolished after hitting tree in front of 168-07 35th Ave., Flushing. Burton's gas pedal stuck when he started up from a stop light down the block and car jumped the curb shearing off tree at the base. Burton and his wife, Carol, 29, a passenger, were taken to Flushing Hospital. Both were released after Burton was treated for cuts- on forehead and chin. Passenger Belts Razor-Wielding Thug Wayward bus I tinier Waylaid By HARRY DANYLUK An attempted stickup of a Jamaica bus driver by a husky man brandishing a razor was thwarted by an unidentified passenger who knocked the man down and kept him under control until two cops arrived and disarmed him. There were 15 passengers on tne dus. The suspect, William Harrison, 32, a golf caddy of 108-40 164th St. Jamaica, was subdued by Patrolmen Thomas Ryan and John Boyle of the Jamaica precinct. Demands $20 The bus driver, Patrick Kennedy, 26, of 25-20 38th St., Astoria, said Harrison, who is 6 feet, 2 inches tall and weighs 180 pounds, boarded the Jamaica Line bus at Inwood at about 7:45 P.M. Monday. Police said when the bus stopped at 137th Ave. and New York Blvd., Jamaica, the suspect pulled a straight razor from his pocket and told the bus driver: ''This bus isn't moving until I get $20." Two radio car patrolmen, who happened to be passing, saw the tussle between Harrison and the unidentified passenger and went to his aid. Harrison, who has no previous police record, - was said to have told the cops he had been drinking. When Harrison appeared yesterday before Judge T. Vincent Quinn, the judge asked Ryan, a full head shorter than Harrison, what he and his partner used t disarm him. "Just force, your Honor," Ryan said. Harrison was held in $10,003 bail for hearing Friday on charges of attempted robbery and violation of the Sullivan Law. From Firemen, With Love if .4 ISA . - MmMrA .mmmm liiliiiiii! Mil 16, He Walks in Pain To Burglary Hearing Leaning heavily on a cane, David Easter, 16, of 12-50 Redfern Ave., Rockaway, hobbled into Queens Adolescent Court yesterday to be arraigned on a burglary charge. Police said young Easter paidT Youngsters from the St. Joseph's Home of Brooklyn enjoy a Crazy Dazy ride as guests of the Brooklyn and Queens Holy Name Society of the New York Fire Department. The Society took more than 500 orphans and underprivileged children on a f unfilled outing at Palisades Amusement Park, N. J. dearly for breaking into the apartment of Mrs. Marian Mc-Knight of 14-64 Beach Channel Drive, Far Rockaway, Feb. 20. When she surprised him in her bedroom, he made a hasty exit out the window, police said, and plunged to the hard ground three floors below. Somehow, he limped home, but was arrested there three hours later by New York City Housing Authority detective James Mc-Knight. Taken to Kings County Hospi tal, Easter was found to have two broken bones in his left ankle and one in the right ankle. He has been in the hospital since. He also faces a hearing Tues day on a charge of possession of marijuana. He had been arraigned on that charge Feb. 16, but the hearing had been postponed dus to his hospitalization. Judge T. Vincent Quinn set bail at $3,500 on both charges. Study Low Bids On 2 State Jobs The State Department of Public Works is studying low bids totaling $45,300, for elevator repair work at Central Islip State Hospital and for an alternate electric power supply for the Suffolk State School, Melville. Supt. J. Burch McMorran said yesterday the electrical work bid amounted to $34,000, and the elevator job work at $11,300. Train Stepup To Far Rock The Transit Authority will stepf change there to Manhattan-bound up direct subway service between Manhattan and Far Rockaway, beginning Sunday. Instead of starting at EuclidAve., IND "A" trains will start at Ear Rockaway during non-rush hours. Rockaway Park residents will be able to take "HH" trains to tha Broad Channel Station, to "A" trains. In rush hours and early morning, passengers from F?r Rockaway will take the "HH" train to Euclid Ave. and change to the "A" train. The TA said direct "E" trains will continue to serve Far Rick-away and Rockaway Park. 4 4

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