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DAR APPROVED SCHOOLS situation is told members of Colonel Josiah Smith chapter , DAR , in Patchogue Methodist church parish hall Friday by Mrs. Thurman C. Warren , standing, vice president and honorary New York state regent of the national organi- zation. Seated is Miss Laura G. Ebell of Patch- ogue , regent of local chapter. Mrs. Warren concentrated on two schools for underprivileged children full y supported by OAR , located in Grant , Ala., and Tamasee , S. C , with total enrollment of almost 900. DAU has spent $1 , 656 , 494 oh 13 schools in past three years. —Advance Photo R'bead Town Board Demands Jet Zooming End RIVERHEAD — Following close on the heels of the flock of complaints on the jet airliners zooming at low heights and at unearthly hours registered by Bellport residents , the Riverhead Town board demanded of the Ga?umman Aircraft and Eng ineer- ing Corp. ' s Calverton jet plant Tuesday that jetliner training flights by airlines be halted be- cause the flights were endanger- ing local communities. Forwarded to the Navy depart- ment , Federal Aviation agency and Congress , the board' s demand came after the crash of a Boeing 707 last month. The crash , ap- parently caused by a training maneuver now banned by federa l aviation officials , resulted in the death of five crewmen. A spokesman for Grumman said the firm would discuss the pro- test with Navy officials. The test- ing plant is owned b y the Navy and leased to Grumman. Its use by Grumman had been under fire from the board in the past be- cause of a tax dispute. Riverhead Supervisor William Leonard and Justice of the Peace Otis G. Pike warned , -that con- tinued use of the field by jetliner crews could result in a terrible tragedy in a populated area or at one of the frequently-used Boy Scout camps nearb y. Acting on Mr. Pike ' s recom- mendations and the urging of numerous civic groups the board adopted the resolution asking air- line training flights be halted at the field. A spokesman for the Navy said it had no immediate comment on the resolution. The Methodist Youth fellowship of the Patchogue Methodist church , for interested youth between 14 and 23 years of age , will meet at 6 p.m. Sunday at the home of its advisors , Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sheridan , 96 Evergreen lane , East Patchogue , for a cook-out and planning meeting. All members are requested to bring a prospec- tive member and join in the fun and fellowship. Invite Teenagers to Join Methodist Youth Group Continued from page 1 , this section commissioners September 1 , the commissioners denied they told the executive board to strip Ziese of his rank , Wexler contends in the briefs. Wexler charged the commissioners condemned the exr ecutive board for their action , but then went along with them. \The basis for their entire charges is that on one occasion there was not enough gasoline in the fire trucks , \ Wexler stated in the briefs. Charging there was no evidence of any misconduct on Ziese ' s part Wexler claims , his rank should be restored and the ruling set aside. Demoted Selden E. Patchogue N ews Items Mn. Muriel Gallagher , ATIantlc 6-9039 A seven pound , 2'4 ounce , daughter , Patrice , was born Aug- ust 31 to Mr. and Mrs. Pasquale Quarletere of 426 Bourdois avenue in Brookhaven Memorial hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Quarletere have a son , George. Mrs. Elizabeth Schields ' of Queens ' visited her son-in-law and daughter , Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gallagher of 923 Taylor avenue August 31 and September 1. Labor day weekend Mrs. Schields and her son , David Buyers , visited again and were guests at the double birthday celebration held September 5 for her grandchil- dren , Susan , who was four years old September 1 and Thomas David , who was two years old September 4. Theh- other sisters , Evelyn , Pajricia , Grace and Vir- ginia , and brother , Daniel , were also at the party. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Zito and children , Diane and Vincent , of 531 Scherger avenue , were guests nt a family barbecue party Sep- tember G at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Arpino of Farming- flale. Labor day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Zito were Mrs. Zito ' s par- ents , Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Lott , her brother and sister-in-law , Mr. and Mrs. John Lott and son , John , and another brother , Josep h Lott , of Uniondale. Now selling Elberta Peaches at the H ulse Peach Orchard at Bait- ing Ho 'low , L. I. —Adv. , Thomas Heerbrandt of 531 Tay- lor avenue celebrated his sixth birthday September 5 at a party given, by his uncle and aunt , Mr. and . Mrs. Charles Craig of Lake Ronkonkoma. Other guests were his parents , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heerbrandt , ¦ • Sr., ' his brother and sister-in r law , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heerbrandt , Jr.. of Lake Ronkon- kolna and his cousins , Clifford , Carl , Craig, Chester and Charles Craig, his sister , Elizabeth , and brother , Private Steven Heer- bi andt. The sixty-first birthday of Ed- ward Burgos of 517 Taylor ave- nue , was celebrate d September 4 with Mrs. Burgos in New York city. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Burgos September 9 and 10 were Mrs. Burgos ' parents , Mr. and Mrs. Erik Christensen of North Babylon. Mr. and Mrs. George McAdams of 555 Taylor avenue were Labor day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawr- ence Fogarty and son , Gerard , of 526 Scherger avenue for a cruise on Long Island sound aboard their boat , Little Jake. Louis Gallo , Jr.. of Zipp ave- nue and Mrs . Anthony Gody of Patchogu e were godparents Sun- day when the Rev. Theodore Le Ture christened their niece , Nancy Louise Gallo , in St. Josep h the Worker R. C. church. To celebrate the occasion a family barbecue party was given by her parents , Mr. and Mrs. Philip Gallo of 640 Zipp avenue. Guests were paternal grandparents , Mr. and Mrs. Louis alio , Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gallo , Jr., and the i nfant' s brother , Louis , of East Patchogue. and maternal grandparents , Mr. and >Mrs. Theodore Gody, and Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Gody of Patchogue. The fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stephani of Amsterdam avenue was cele- brated Saturday at the Roosevelt Raceway with Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Colichio , Jr., t>i Ameri- cus avenue. A family dinner was held Sunday at the Stephani home. Guests were Mr. Stephani' s mother , Catherine Step hani , and son , Josep h Step hani , his sister , Mrs. Stephan A. Palermo , Jr. , Mrs. Stephani' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. John Fuoco , her brother and sis- ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fuoco , and children , John and Roseann , of Middle Village , and their daughter , Donna Marie Ste- phani. The dinner preceded the christening of their infant daugh- ter , Diane , by the Rev. Theodore Le Ture in St. Joseph the Worker R. C. church. Godparents were Arthur Fuoco and Mrs. Palermo , Jr. Open house was held after the ceremony at the Stephani home. Timothy Patrick Harper was born September 3 in Brookhaven Memorial hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harper of S48 Station road , Bellport Manor. He was christened by the Rev. Theodore LeTure Sunday in St. Joseph the Worker R. C. church. Godparents were Charles William Coutere of Bellport and Miss Mary Ellen Tommey of Levittown. A reception was held at the Harber home. Guests were great-grandmother. Mrs. Ella Beshock , maternal grandfather , Lawrence Murphy, and daughters. Misses Mary E. and Zita Murphy, of Oakdale; Mr. and Mrs. William Tomney and son , Lawrence , of Levittown; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coutere of Bell- port and Timothy ' s brother and sister, Robert and Eileen. A family party was held Sun- day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gonnelly of 701 Taylor avenue after the christening of their son , Michael David , in St. Josep h the Worker R. C , church by the Rev. Theodore LeTure. Sponsors were Mr. ind Mrs. Lawr- ence Gonnelly of Forest Hills. Donald Porto of 516 Americus avenue , his aunt , Mrs. Mary Ferris , and cousin , Miss Irene Ferri s , of Patchogue were Labor day week- end guests of another uncle and aunt , Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ferri s of Marlboro , Mass. Donald Porto was godfather September 6 for his cousin , Laura Jean Ferris , daughter of his host and hostess. Miss Bernedette Step hani , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Stephani of Zipp avenue , left Friday for he senior year at the College of Education at Oneonta. She will also work as room as- sistant , escort of freshmen and assigner of rooms. During this term Miss Step hani will teach a class under supervision. Her brother , Ralph A. Stephani , who is with the Chemical Warfare corps and stationed at Camp Meade , Md., was home for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Dominick Porto and daughter , Miss Marilyn , of 516 Americus avenue left Sunday to drive to Oneonta where Marilyn entere d her second year at the College of Education there. Mr. and Mrs. Porto returned home Tuesday., An outdoor barbecue party was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Messina of 1433 Montauk highway. Guests were her parents , Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pati , Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Man- narino , Mr. and Mrs. Sam Posa and son , Frank , Mr. and Mrs. Amedio Perri and' daughters , Misses Marilyn and Annette , and son , Albert , 5lr. and Mrs. Edward Manfri and children , Vivian and Joseph , and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pati of Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Perri and daughters , Misses Jo Ann and Corrine Perri , and son , Arthur , of Bay Shore ; the Messina childre n , Anthony, Josep hine and John , and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brandi of Amsterdam avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Jacques Cassistre of 507 Donegan avenue had din- ner out and enjoyed a show to- gether September 5 in celebration of Mrs. Cassistre ' s birthday. Miss Jean Walsh of New York city was a houseguest over the weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Cassistre. Barry Joseph Tyrka, was one year old September 11. Guests of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tyrka of 524 MacDonald avenue j in celebration were Mrs . Wallace Stephani of Yaphank; Mrs. Her- bert Davies of Patchogue and Mr. and Mrs. John Zitzmann and Mes- dames Frank Byrnes and Bruce Nixon. His sisters , Stacey and Patricia , and brothers , Craig and Martin , were ill and could not celebrate. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Zitzmann and famil y have moved from 518 MacDonald avenue to Huntington. Mr. and Mrs . Thomas Owczarek and childre n , William , Donna Marie and Susan , of 5 Taylor ave- nue were weekend guests of Mrs. Owczarek' s brother-in-law and sis- ter , Mr. and Mrs. Edward Walter of Belmeade , N. .1. The Walters had a special birthday cake and gave a second birthday party for their niece , Susan Owczarek. Sun- day. Guests besides her parents , brother and sister were h e r cousins , Laura Lee , Lydia , Ed- ward and Erik Walter. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Deems and daughter , Miss Lynn , of 718 Michigan avenue left Saturday for Oneonta where Lynn entered her freshmen year at the College of Education there . Mr. and Mrs. Deems visited Mr. and Mrs. Augus- tus Deems in Richmondville and returned home late Sunday. Miss Margaret Weaver and par- ents. , Mr. and Mrs. Claud C. Weaver , of Narragansett avenue went to Oyster Bay Sunday where Miss Weaver entered Sta te Uni- versity college on Long Island for her freshmen year. Mrs. Rose DeRoss of Brooklyn was a Labor day guest of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas S. Masciapinto of 616 Doane avenue , Bellport Manor The Ladies ' auxiliary of the Hagerman , Fire department will meet Wednesday. The East Patchogue Parent - Teacher association ' s \ first meet- ing of the school year will be held at 8 p. m. Wednesday at the Dun- ton Avenue school. This will be the get aquainted meeting of par- ents and teachers. A special meet- ing of the Executive board and Program chairman will be held at 8:30 p. m. tomorrow at the Tiome of Mrs. Josep h Briscoe , re- cording secretary, of 406 Zipp ave- nue. Harraret Werner. Tel. BEIlport 7-M5J Mr. and Mrs. Richard Reilly of Southern boulevard attended the wedding of their granddaughter , Miss Carol Worthington , daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Worthington of East Hampton , and Frank DiGangi , son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank DiGangi of Bell- port , at 11 a. m. Saturday at St. Philomena R. C. church in East Hampton. They were also guests at the reception held on the lawn of the bride ' s parents ' home. The tenth birthday of Richard Wittier , son of Mr. and Mrs. George Wittier , Jr., of Colonial drive , was celebrated Saturday at a dinner party at the Better 'Ole in Brookhayen. His grandmother , Mrs. ' ./George Wittier , Sr., who celebrated her birthday Sunday was also a guest of honor. Other guests were Richard' s maternal grandmother , M r s. Wilhemina H o 11 g r a v e , his grandfather , George Wittier, Sr. , his parents and his brother , George , III , and sister , Nancy. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Spiess of Evergreen lane celebrated their ninth wedding anniversary Sep- tember 9 at dinner at the Brook- haven National Laboratory club restaurant. They we-e presented with a French poodle puppy, \Gigi , \ as an anniversary gift by Mr. Spiess ' mother , Mrs. Frieda Spiess of Mastic. Mrs. Ann Cullum celebrated her birthday September 4 at a party at her home on Southern boule- vard. Guests were Miss Catherine Connors , Mr. and Mrs. Robert Busch and her sons , Thomas and Robert Cullum. Tne Block Rosary group of South Country Shores met last night at the home of Mrs. Edward Hughes , Sr., of Southern boule- vard. The next meeting will be at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Chris Cullen of Evergreen lane. Mr. and Mrs. Nils Segerdahl of Colonial drive attended the wedding Saturday of their niece , Miss Stephanie Gomes , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Gomes of East Williston , to Jan W. Dun- can , son of Mr. and Mrs . Robert Campbell Duncan of Mamaroneck , at the Community church , East Wiiliston. They were also guests at the reception held at the North Hempstead Country club. The ^ birthday of Paul Nesbitt , son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Nesbitt . . Jr., of Southern boule- vard , was celebrated Sunday at a family party at his home. Paul was two years old Tuesday. Dale Huber , son of Mr. and Mrs. William Huber of Colonial drive , celebra ted his first birthday Friday at a family party at his home. Guests were his grandpar- ents , Mr. and Mrs. George Huber and Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Avi- ano , and his brothers , Douglas and David. A birthday party was held Sep- tember 2 in celebration of the seventh birthday of Edward Klun- der , son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Klunder , at his home on Ever- green lune. Guests ' were Joseph and Gregory Murp hy, Douglas and David Huber , Donald and Steven Aviano , Lance Sidey and David Hughes. A double birthday celebration was held August 29 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wood- hull in honor of the birthday of Mr. Woodhull , August 30 , and the birthday of Mrs. Woodhull , Sep- tember 1. About 25 guests were present for an outdoor barbecue supper., Mr. and Mrs. Woodhull celebrated again at dinner out September 1. The East Patchogue unit , La- dies ' auxiliary of Brookhaven Me- morial hospital met Monday night at the Domino Yacht club. Elec- tion of officers for the coming year was held. Mrs. Isabelle Viclk was re-elected chairman. Other of- ficers elected were Mrs . Bertha Smol , first vice chairman ; Mrs. Elsa Gabriel , second vice chair- man: Miss Ellen Finger, corre- sponding secretary ; Mrs. Jean Smith , recording secretary; Mrs. Virginia Smith , treasurer; Mrs. Wanda Seaman , Mrs. Aline Rock- well and Mrs. Virginia Smith , board members ; Mrs. Florence Whitbeck , delegate and Mrs. Ran- dy Finger , alternate delegate. In- stallation will be held at the Oc- tober 19 meeting. The unit will hold a famil y dinner October 25 at the Domino Yacht club . Cubscout Pack 128 held its first meeting of the fall season Friday at the Dunton Avenue school with 17 cubs present. A meeting of the parents was held while the boys played games. Requests for help in the reorganization of the dens and for new Den mothers were made. The next meeting will bo hel d October 2 and at that time introduction of new members will be made and graduation will be held. . T YVY¥YYY»¥innnnfVTnfTTnnnnnrin *nrT»in^ VILLAG E M EAT MARKET OPEN DAILY 8:00 A.M. to 6:30 P.M. FRIDAYS TILL 9:00 P.M. H. BEHRMANN MEDFORD , Next to P. O. GRover 5-9191 \Where Your Order Is Cut to You r Special Needs \ ' TENDER JUICY ^^ ^^ SIRLOIN STEAK QQ C OVEN PREPARED ^HH TOP SIRLOIN—TOP—BOTTOM—EYE ttjv ^Jf ROUND ROAST Center Cut Lean Tender Shoulder Pork Ch op s 79c lb. Lamb Chops 79c lb. Fresh Ex. Lean Trimmed Roasting Pork .... 37c lb. Lamb Stew 39c lb. N. Y. 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A civ- ilian clerical staff of 27 is planned and there would be a civilian tech- nical staff of seven , including a biochemist and a photographer. The county police district em- braces the town s of Babylon. Brookhaven , Huntington , Islip and Smithtown and the incorporated villages of Baby lon , Brightwaters , Lindenhurst and Patchogue. It will have authorized personnel as fol- lows: Deputy chief inspector , in- spector , 2 deputy inspectors , 10 captains , 31 lieutenants , 114 ser- geants , 477 patrolmen ar.d 12 cler- ical aides , for a total of 648. Pro- vision also is made for the em- ployment of 260 part-time school crossing guards. the approved pay schedule pro- vides the following salaries for ranks above patrolman: Sergeant , $6 , 500; lieutenant , $7 , 250; captain , $8 , 600; deputy inspector , $!) , 200; inspector , $10 , 500; deputy chief inspector , $12 , 600; chief inspector , $13 , 750. The comparable salaries in Nassau and New York are : Ser- geant , $6 , 500 in Nassau and $6 , 085 in New York; lieutenant , $7 , 100 and $7 , 798; captain , $8 , 300 and $9 , 615; deputy inspector , $8 , 900 and $10 , 184; inspector, $9 , 500 . and $10 , 813; deputy chief inspector , $10 , 100 and $11 , 386; chief inspec- tor y $13 , 100 and $19 , 178. With the excep tion of Hunting- ton , where patrolmen start at $5 , - 000 and work up to §5 , 760 , no other town or village in Suffolk pay s a beginning salary of $4 , 800. The ranges of compensation for patrol- men in the four other townships within the new police district are as follows : Babylon , $4 , 200 to $5 , 400; Brookhaven , $4 , 100 to $5, - 700; Islip, $4 , 300 to $5 , 500; Smith- town , $4 , 000 to $5 , 700. According to Commissioner Thorn , the county police pay sched- ule , which assures raises for town and village policemen when they become members of the new force , will promote effective performance and make it unnecessary for many family men to seek part-time em- ployment in other fields. Higher recruitment standards also are anticipated. A by-product of the adoption of the county salary schedule may be renewed agitation for higher police pay in towns and villages whose residents turned down affiliation with the police district last No- vember. Some of these subdivisions may follow the example of Amjty- ville which has scheduled a second referendum on affiliation for No- vember 3. In other action Monday , the board of supervisors authorized rental of three buildings to be used as precinct headquarters and railed for bids on an addition to an old building on the grounds of the Hauppauge County center to provide more space for the depart- ment until its central headquarters building on the same location is completed. With the imminent departure of Troop K of the New York State police from the area to be serviced by the county department , the lat- ter will take over the troopers ' headquarters at Brightwaters and their substation at Coram . Rental costs will be $150 monthly on the Brightwaters location- and $125 for the cinder block structure in Coram. A niuch larger building at 224 Medford avenue , Patchogue , owned by John .Rogers , will be leased as precinct headquarters for that section of the district at $400 per month. Pay Scale i umE WANTADS ||H BM 1

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