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The East Hampton Star. (East Hampton, N.Y.) 1885-current, October 13, 1977, Image 18

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EIGHTEEN M a i n A n r i u n o i / k i i , l a s i iiA M r i u m , » « V | For Rent Help Wanted MONTAUK — furnished rooms from $25 weekly. 668-5161. _______ 6-2 BARN — running water and pasture for horses. In Village. Very reason­ able. 324-2738. FURNISHED APARTMENT - in Sag Harbor. 725-2719. AMAGANSETT DUNES - house, four bedrooms, two and a half baths, fireplace. Ocean view. $250. 324- 4550. YEAR-ROUND RENTAL - Springs. Three bedrooms, one and a half baths, fireplace, deck. Dishwasher. Lovely view. Only $300 month. Beadle Realty, 324-4040. EAST HAMPTON - room in Village. Main Street. $25 weekly. 324-0884. EAST HAMPTON ' Springs horse farm country. Delicious three bedroom cottage on private acre. Fireplace, appliances. Available for the year at $375 month. WOODS LANE ESTATE AGENTS 22 Woods Lane East Hampton 324-6464 MINORCA ISLAND, SPAIN - un­ usual two bedroom,- two terrace residence. Quaint fishing village. 516-324-6298 or 212-838-9132. BRIDGEHAMPTON — charming, con­ venient three bedroom Village house. Fireplace. To May 15. $200 per month. FitzSimmons, 537-1147. AMAGANSETT - fall and/or winter rental. Four bedrooms, two baths. Reasonable. 324-5069. THREE BEDROOMS — two baths, full kitchen. Dishwasher, washer, dryer. Quiet street. Walk to beach, restaurants, all shopping. $275 per month to May 15. 324-4043 or 267- 3925. _______________________ 6-2 AMAGANSETT — winter rental. $175. Two bedroom house. 267-8567. SAG HARBOR — one bedroom efficiency. $175 per month year- round, utilities included. 324-5786 or 324-4998. ____________________ MONTAUK — winter rental. Four room furnished apartment. $240 month. 668-5151. 6-2 Help Wanted SALES PERSON — car necessary. Commission only. Fantastic op­ portunity. 324-3997. 2-tf YEAR-ROUND PERSONNEL - for maintenance, dining room and kit­ chen. Good pay, fringe benefits, meals. Contact Angelo Monte, 668- 2345. Gurney’s Inn is an equal opportunity employer. 3-tf CHRISTMAS BOOKINGS - a mag­ nificent plant stand is yours. Hostess a wicker, basket party. Percentage' and gifts to all. 288-1895. 4-4 FULL TIME STOCK CLERK - Hitch­ cock Chair Store, Water Mill. Tel. 726-4723. CAREER OPPORTUNITY - for per­ son interested in management trainee position. Full training, bene­ fits up to $300 per week to start to qualified person. Tel. Peter Opatov- sky, 727-2578. An equal opportunity employer. DRIVE MY CADILLAC - to Palm Beach about October 23. Tel. Thurs­ day, Friday, Monday or Tuesday, 668-3121. _____________ ________ HANDYPERSON — experienced in motel work. 668-2356. MARINE TECHNICIAN ’ Extensive boat maintenance and re­ pair, (wood, fiberglass) inboard and outboard engines. Piloting (U.S.C.G. licensed for up to 40 feet). Contact with students and faculty. Send employment resume to: JOHN F. PARKIN Associate Dean SOUTHAMPTON COLLEGE Southampton, N.Y. GREENHOUSE WORK - part time. Springs Nursery, 324-4674. CARPENTERS — experienced. Con­ i' tact Sam Lester, Builder, 324-3933. ; ■ __________ 6-2 WORKER — for Montauk horse farm. Will train. Mechanical experience necessary. Tel. Bill, 668-9707. DENTAL ASSISTANT - full time position. Experienced preferred. 324-0086. ______________________ SECRETARY — for real estate office, year-round. All skills required. Please send resume specifying salary and time requirements to Box A-6, c/o East Hampton Star. _______ 6-tf HANDYPERSON — year-round work guaranteed. For weekly salary, tel. Jack Douglas Realty, 324-1133. 6-tf TAX PREPARATION Men or women to prepare tax returns in our offices on the South Fork. No experience necessary, we train you. Must like to work with people and have ability to learn. Tel. H.&R. BLOCK 283-4321 Anytime 5-tf BARMAID — or bartender full or part time, year-round opportunity. Paid vacation and benefits. Tel. 725- 1476. 5-2 LICENSED REAL ESTATE - sales­ person, full time for well establish­ ed, busy office. All replies held in strict confidence. Write Box 733, Amagansett, N.Y. 5-tf MEDICAL LABORATORY-assistant for new location in East Hampton, Bridgehampton, Southampton area. We will train. Apply in writing: Mr. Reilly, P.O. Box 310, East Northport, N.Y. 11731. 5-2 BOOK A TOY & GIFT PARTY Generous Awards DEMONSTRATORS ALSO NEEDED Over 400 Newest Most Wanted Items For Further Information Write: SANTA’S PARTIES Box P., Avon, Conn. 06001 or call toll free 1-800-243-7606 5-4 Situation Wanted HOME CARETAKING - this winter. Also interior painting. Ballance’s Yard Service, 324-9099. 50-tf TREE PRUNING AND REMOVAL Liming Fertilizing Leaf Raking Firewood Winter Security House Winterizing Reasonable Tel. RICH-MAR RICHARD SPERBER 324-1918 324-1110 51-tf WINTER HOUSE CHECKING - tel. 324-3212 _______________ 48-tf NEED TYPING DONE? - manu­ scripts, thesis, etc. Tel. Diane, 324-5324 evenings. 51-tf PROFESSIONAL CLEANING Residential Commercial Close Houses Windows - Floors Carpets Upholstery Roto Tilling Ground Work OCEAN AIRE CLEANING SERVICE 324-5069 INSURED __ _________________________ 37-tf CARPENTER — remodeling and odd jobs. Tel. Steve Napolillo, 267-6520. 27-tf ROOFING, GUTTERS - leaders. Free estimates. Experienced. Work guaranteed. 267-8685. 39-tf HOUSECLEANING — experienced, personalized, thorough. Estimates. Openings, closings. 324-3899 or 324- 0034. 38-tf LOCAL MALE ARTIST - in his . forties, seeks housesitting position. Can do carpentry and painting. References. 324-9775 between 1 and 4 p.m. HOUSECLEANING - mother’s help- er or companion to elderly person. Experienced woman. Two or three mornings weekly. 725-3495. HOUSESITTER — situation. Room wanted for winter rental by mature police officer. Tel. 267-3782 after 7 p.m. HOUSE SITTING POSITION WANTED By mature, responsible woman. Locally employed. Excellent references. Will do grounds and some maintenance work. Tel. 324-6253 after 5:30 “WE’LL WHIP YOUR HOUSE - into shape.” S. & M. Cleaning Service. Sue, 324-4035; Mary, 725-4466. References provided. YARD CLEANING - odd jobs, roto tilling, mason work, patios, side­ walks, etc. 324-6772. 49-tf WELL DONE ODD JOBS — interior, exterior painting, house watching. References. 324-6719. LAWN CARE — garage and basement cleaning. All types of work. Please call 324-4475 or 324-6982. _________ ALTERATIONS - EXTENSIONS GARY L. BREWER CARPENTER 324-9011 Remodeling Repairs 51-8 HAVING TROUBLE - with that pattern? Tel. 725-0619. Sewing, al­ terations. Reasonable prices. Instruction FLUTE LESSONS — beginners through advanced. Judie Gaffney, 324-1446. 5-4 PERSONAL GROWTH - workshop. Men/women. Explore and develop your individual growth in a suppor­ tive group. 283-1327,7 to 9 p.m. 5-2 YOGA CLASSES — postures, prana- yama (breathing), meditation. Be­ ginners, advanced. Annam Juliette Bryan, 324-6532 or 324-6850. Business Opportunity EXISTING MORTGAGES - pur­ chased. Money to expand business. Regal Capital, 829-5150. 51-tf Wanted AMAGANSETT COTTAGE - to rent year-round or buy. Responsible working woman with good refer­ ences. Write Box A-l, c/o East Hampton Star. 1-tf WANTED FOR MY COLLECTION - old guns, pistols, powder horns, bullet moulds, swords or cannon barrels, Indian arrow heads. Li­ censed dealer for modern guns and ammunition. Richard G. Hendrick­ son, Lumber Lane, Bridgehampton, N.Y. Tel. 537-0893. 23-tf DAVID McHUGH - of Shoreline Photography will take your engage­ ment picture at no charge. Please call after 7 p.m. 324-6752. 25-tf BUILDING LOTS - needed. Must be legally buildable. Cash waiting. Write Box 42-F, c/o East Hampton Star. 42-tf FURNITURE, ANTIQUES PAINTINGS AND BOOKS FOR THE HAMPTON DAY SCHOOL THANKSGIVING AUCTION call 283-1118 or 537-1240 Donations Are Tax Deductible 5-2 MATURE WOMAN LECTURER - author, desires house to fit. Loves animals. Does minor maintenance and ground work. Excellent refer­ ences. 212-228-8865. 5-3 1 ACRE BUILDING LOT - in Georgica area. Private party. Write Box T-6, c/o East Hampton Star. USED 20 or 30 — gallon electric water heater. Tel. 324-4422. Lost Found 9 Sunday TOWN BOARD Continued from Page 1 While Parsons recommended an ultimate length of 5,200 feet for 7-25, which that study said would have made it capable of handling all corporate jet traffic “operating with 60 per cent useful load,\ the Committee has recom­ mended a length of 4,600 feet. Parsons had said that a 4,600-foot runway would provide service to “60 per cent of the corporate jet fleet operating with 60 per cent useful load.” Ultimate Length Parsons had also recommended re­ placement of runway 16-34 with a new runway, 17-35, but the Committee has, instead, recommended that 16-34 be repaved and lengthened from its present 2,500 feet to 3,000 feet, at first, and with an ultimate length of 4,000 feet. As did the Parsons study, the Committee warned of safety hazards, such as the high tension wires, roads (Daniel’s Hole and Industrial), inade­ quate runway surface, and problems caused by intersections in the present triangular runway configuration. The plan includes proposals to remedy these hazards. The X-shaped configuration that it proposed would, the Committee noted, free land that is currently blocked from use for additional Industrial Park sites and hangar construction. In all, if carried out, the plan would be a boon to development of the 200 Industrial Park acres at the 600-acre Airport and would lead to employment of local residents, the Committee maintained. “Too Elaborate” While the Committee looked with favor on the Parsons study, as had the M iscellaneous MOTHER HUBBARD’S DAY CARE NURSERY All Day Program Available call JUDY HUBBARD 324-2390 ALTERNATE PLA N LOST SIAMESE CAT Tan with brown paws, ears, face and tall. Wearing blue collar marked “Shane.” Heartbroken family offers $250 reward. SEAVEY 516-324-1995 or 212-354-6363 3-7 18 YEAR OLD CAT Old Stone Highway, Springs Gray, beige markings and paw. Wear­ ing yellow rhinestone collar, flea collar and heart shaped I.D. tag. Deaf. $100 REWARD Tel. Collect 914-232-8505 or 267-3519 GOLD WATCH - tel. 324-0273 and give details. 4-tf M iscellaneous I LOVE YOU — and Happy Birthday. We’ll write it for you in the sky. East Coastal Associates, 516-283- 5506. 40-tf ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVICES Most Holy Trinity Church Weekend Winter Schedule Masses At 5:15 P.M. Saturday 7,10,11:30 A.M. Sunday MASSES AT ST. PETER’S AMAGANSETT 5-tf ____________________________ 43-tf SINGER/SONG WRITER - woman, will provide excellent contemporary folk music for your private gather­ ings. 516-283-4018,283-0364. 3-4 TUNE UPS — minor repairs. Fords, Mercurys, most other cars. Reason­ able. 324-6826 evenings. 6-2 TREES, SHRUBS PRUNED - gen­ eral dean up, lawn mowing. 668- 2746. ______________________ 36-tf LOST OR FOUND A DOG? - call your East Hampton Town dog war­ den, William Hartwell, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., 324-0288. Evenings 324-4098. 40-tf M iscellaneous FURNITURE — repaired, refinished, restored. Displays created, keys, fans, old tools, etc. Wood carvings mounted. Pick up and delivery. Carleton Kelsey, Amagansett. Tel. 267-3447 or 3810. 48-tf POTTERY CLASSES — stoneware reduction kiln. Kathleen Fisher, 324-0114. 5-4 WHEN THE PROBLEMS - of an untimely pregnancy seem too much for a girl or women to bear, Long Island Birthright is ready to help her regardless of age, religion, race or marital status. Tel. 516-293-5999 any time. Someone cares about you. 38-tf Essentially a Scaled-Down Version of the 1971 Study . . . former Citizens Task Force on the Economy with which all of the Com­ mittee members but Mr. Stegman had served, it acknowledged, in Mr. Steg- man’s words, that it was “too elaborate . . . The approaches are clear, the basic layout is beautiful, but it’s not for East Hampton.” * The Parsons study had estimated a “first phase” cost of around $2.5- million, with the Federal government to pay 50 per cent, the State 37.5 per cent, and the Town 12.5 per cent ($323,625). What made its plan economically palatable, said the Committee, was a new cost-sharing plan whereby the ABORTION ASSISTANCE - Service, <. Inc. A non - profit organization. Pregnancy tests and termination with anesthesia in quality facilities. From two to 24 weeks. Advice of­ fered for other alternatives. Con­ fidential. For counseling and appoint- ■ ment tel. 484-5660,9 a.m. to 9 p.m., seven days a week. 16-tf HAPPY THIRD ANNIVERSARY ' Knute and Jane the parents Love From All Your Kids Victoria - r Larry Kevin Neil f Pat Liz PARTY TENTS - tables, chairs, dance floors, portable toilets, etc., available for your affairs. Tel. Daval Rentals, 765-9212. 28-tf ~ HOUSE BUILDER & ‘ HOME IMPROVER Specializing in improving and design­ ing old homes, repairs, etc. RICHARD W. ENGLISH 65 Walnut Street Southampton ____________ 283-5255____________ NOTICE — hunting, clamming, fish­ ing, trapping, and taking of any shellfish, or otherwise trespassing in any way on Gardiner’s Island is strictly forbidden under penalty of the law. U.S. Trust Co., of New York as trustee. 29-tf Card of Thanks I wish to thank the Amagansett ambulance squad, Eaist Hampton Police, Drs. Medler and Rowe, the entire staff of Southampton Hospital, sisters of the Sacred Heart and Sisters and clergy of Most Holy Trinity, and all my friends for all they did for me during my recent illness. Mary (Mae) Overocker \ j Federal share would be 90 per cent, the State’s 7.5 per cent, and the Town’s 2.5 per cent. Thus, said Mr. Stegman, for the $30,000 that the Town had spent in last year’s runway resurfacing with sand and oil, the Town could pay its share of a $l-million project. Costs? Neither Mr. Stegman nor John Keeshan, chairman of the Committee, would Venture a cost estimate. The Parsons study had estimated, among other costs, that runway 7-25 would cost $1,102,000, the burial of power lines, $700,000, and land acquisition for clear zones, $558,000. Mr. Stegman said that some land acquisition would be involved in the Committee’s pro­ posal, but noted that 90 per cent of its cost would be borne by the Federal Government. Both Mr. Stegman and Mr. Keeshan stressed that funding under the cur­ rent program would be available only through 1978, after which the Federal share would drop to 80 per cent. The Committee, therefore, recom­ mended that the Town immediately adopt the plan as the Airport’s master plan, and commence an engineering- environmental study whose cost, Mr. Stegman said, would be part of the project. “Nothing Larger” To a question from Mr. Cantwell concerning aircraft size, Mr. Stegman said the runway lengths (4,600 and 4,000 feet) would not safely accom­ modate large aircraft. “There will be nothing larger than is there now,” he said. “You will not see airline jet traffic.” Mr. Keeshan warned that “doing nothing” might lead to loss of life and would lead to a loss of jobs that would result from Industrial Park develop­ ment. He emphasized the low cost “considering the benefit that will be derived . . . So, please: do something.” In another matter, which generated the most heat of the morning, Dr. Milton Doroshkin, who had appeared at the Sept. 16 meeting, once again demanded that the Board prosecute what he called “a blatant violation” of the scenic easement on the Miller Farm subdivision in Springs! Stables Since June Dr. Doroshkin, a sociol­ ogy professor at City College, has complained to Town authorities of riding activities at Pheasant Run Stables on a lot next to his. When the Town attorney, Duane Whelan, said he had informed the Town building inspector, Joseph De- Cristofaro, of his opinion that riding horses did not constitute a scenic easement violation — “Almost all our scenic easements reserve the right to ride horses across them” — Dr. Doroshkin, who had argued that scenic easement land was being used for private gain, said he was “shocked,” and some minutes later declared, pounding his fist on the arm of the seat in front of him, that the attorney was “wrong!” Mr. Whelan, fielding questions from Councilman McDonough and spectat-, ors, argued that the purpose of scenic easements was, first and foremost, to preserve open space, and thus did not preclude a commercial activity such as potato growing, or trail riding under the supervision of a paid instructor. Determination Told earlier in the confrontation by Mr. Haas that Mr. DeCristofaro had requested a Zoning Board of Appeals determination as to whether the sta­ bles, which are on a 2.2-acre parcel, violated the zoning ordinance (riding academies must be on at least ten-acre parcels, but Pheasant Run claims, based on an affidavit of George Sid Miller Sr., that there was a pre­ existing use), Dr. Doroshkin said, non­ plussed, “I’m not dealing with that matter . . . I suggest the Town has jurisdiction.” After a half-hour of argument on the subject, from which three Board mem­ bers — Mrs. Fallon, Mr. Cantwell, and Councilman Sam Lester — were absent for about ten minutes, Mrs. Fallon, as she had on Sept. 16, said in a voice shaking with emotion that Dr. Dorosh­ kin was “out of order.” The Zoning Board hearing on the matter is scheduled for Oct. 25. Jack Graves Low Tide Table Times given are for low water at Promised Land. For low water at Montauk, north side, subtract an hour; for Three Mile Harbor en­ trance and Accabonac Creek add half an hour; for Sag Harbor, add an hour. To figure high tide, add six hours to the time of low tide. For low water along the ocean beach, subtract two hours for an approxi­ mate time, date Friday 14 ......... Saturday 15 ___ Sunday 16........ Monday 17 ....... 'Tuesday 18 ___ 'Wednesday 19.. 'Thursday 2 0 ... (Friday 21 ......... a.m. p.m. 4:38 5:09 5:26 5:58 6:15 6:51 7:07 7:45 8:05 8:44 9:06 9:47 10:11 10:50 11:19 11:54

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