Massapequa, L.I.: A close friend of mine, with whom I worked with in the firehouse across the street from the World Trade Center, had a mother who absolutely loved the Daily News, especially the Voice of the People. She wrote into it often and was published many times. She wrote so often that she began writing under a pen name because she was afraid that if she used her real name, it might not get printed because of the amount of times she had been in under her real name. For years she would go back and forth between her real name, Rose O’Donnell from Brooklyn, and her pen name, Ronald Osgood from Brooklyn.