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October 23, 1998

  • NEWS: Becker Release Claims Papal Endorsement

    With just days to go before the Nov. 3 general election, Republican congressional candidate Greg Becker, widely acknowledged to be waging an uphill fight against incumbent Democrat Carolyn McCarthy, has sent out a political mailing that clearly implies he has been endorsed by Pope John Paul II. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Moody's Rates Town in Fine Fiscal Shape

    While most people might not grasp all the implications of a municipal bond rating -- the phrase alone can inspire yawns -- the AA3 rating recently bestowed on the Town of Hempstead by Moody's Investor Services has already begun to pay dividends to local taxpayers. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Carey High School Sports Briefs

    At the Saint Anthony's invitational cross-country championships at Sunken Meadow State Park, the freshman girls cross country team placed third. Liz Eymold placed second with an excellent time of 8:53.3 for the 1.5 mile race and Maria Rewiako placed 20th. They were followed by Monica Rewiako, Shannon Magone, Heather Magone, Colleen Cammarano and Laura Moran. Other medal winners were Crystal Cammarano who placed 19th in the varsity girls race and Francisco Cavinon who placed 17th in the varsity boys race. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Knights of Columbus Bowling

    Chet Strzepek decided it was time to hit the level to which he belongs and hit it he did, rolling a 202 loner on the way to a "top hotshot" 569 set, a step ahead of Bob Mashburn's 202 single, 561 triple. Frank Dehler grabbed the third alot at 556, edging out a Jack Brickman 201 single, 553 total. Bob Sheehan's 225 beauty gave him a 550 to put on the books, a whisker up on Mike Gallagher's 199 solo, 549 trio, while Charley Bingold was fashioning a solid 547. Paul Simonetti banged out a 220 solo on the way to a 522 trio, a tad up on Eddy Hackimer's 520 and a John bartow 507. Mike Honan, rolling a 208 and Pat Murphy, a 200 single, squeezed into the charmed circle. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Supports Brother

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