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F irem e n ’s f a ir in G reen law n Hills m a n killed at IsUp Speedw a y $ *s •g e 2 s 2 V H A parade ol blue uniformed 11 re men, red 1 1 re trucks a nd brass bands will kick o(f the Greenlawn Firem en's Fair on Thursday evenings S e p t. 2. according to Chief Peter PHeidercr. The lair, which IS the oldest and largest firemen's fair m New York State, will be held Sept. 2. 3 and 4, and conclude on Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 6. Prizes include “ top-quality merchandise, local-grown veget ables and cash prizes of $ 1,000 being raffled oil each night of the ia i r / ' a spokesman said Re­ freshments and kiddie ndes will also be featured. Skate-A^Thon to benefit MS A Skate-A-Thofl lo benefit mus­ cular dystrophy will take place from to 30 a.m. to 7 p.m., at the Com mack Roller Rmk on Mon­ day, Sept 6. Additional informa­ tion is available at .^9-4203 Announcing BLUE ANGELS COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH CARE Ultimate Care At Home and Hospital Registered Nurses Licensed Practical Nurses Nurses Aides Homemakers Companions Respiratory Therapy Speech Therapy Physiotherapy Psychiatric and Psychological Counseling Everything and Everybody To Put Your Wind At Ease 549-9393 24 Hour Service 549-9363 931 Route 1 TO Melville, NY. T1747 LESSON & RENTALS WET SUIT RENTALS HARNESSES BOOF RACKS USED BOARDS 757-4315 IdiScudder Avenue Northport 757-5655 ol a controlled .substance in the second degree Station holdup The Sunoc\> gas station at the corner of Larkfield Rd. and Jericho Tpke In Last Northport was robbed again last week, the second hold-up there in two weeks Police said at about 2:45 a.m., on Tues. Aug. 24, a light blue Che vet te or Toyota puUed up and when a modified Vega, dri*^ kyouth entered the olfice area He by Robert Krollage of El- * f^gan to ask'for directions, police said, but, before he had an ans- By JOHN STEVENS Staff Writer U was only the Hlh lap of a 200- lap race a t the Islip speedway on Saturday, Aug M.Fred Harbach, ol Humingion Station, one of the Tartans of the Islip track, was forced to pull inlo Ihe center oval of the crack for emergency re­ pairs. His pit crew was working feverishly to gel him back in the race ven mhurst. reportedly went out-of- control and slammed into Har- bach’s crew and car,.police said Frank Cervone. 24, of Dix Hills, was killed by the accident and lour others were injured: Joseph Bohue, of Huntington Station, Joseph Cypriano of Dix Hills, Fernando Espinel of Babylon and Paul GuzJnski ol Connecticul. The lour who were injured have been treated and released from South- side Hospital. Lt. Hans Dara of the Suffolk County Homicide Squad, said the cause of Krollage's accident is still under investigation. LSD a r r e s t Agents of the Suffolk County Department of Narcotics arrested two brothers from Dix Hills after they allegedly sold about 3.000 tabs of Lysergic acid dieth­ ylamide ILSDI, with a street value of $15,0000, to undercover agents on Wednesday, Aug. 25, police said. The arrest, at the International House of Pancakes on Old Wall Whitman Rd. in Huntington, was the culmination of a four month investigation by the department, police said. Police said Michael and Scott McGuire of Redwood Dr. in Dix Hills, had been dis­ tributing the acid m the Hun­ tington and Brentwood areas and ai various musical concerts throughout Ihe country They were charged with criminal sale wer he asked, Have you ever been robbed ’ Wiih that he ges­ tured ouiside to Ihe car where his compalriot held a rifle out the window, according lo a Second Squad deteciive. The aitendeni handed over $35 The robbers are described as while males, about 17-18 years old One had blond hair, and was describedasbeingS-4,135lbs The other had dark hair. On Wednesday, Aug. 9, at about 4 45 a.m. the station was robbed of $ 160 by a man who threatened the use ol a gun, though none was seen. Police said that Eric Carraturo. the man suspected ol murdering 40-year-old Sheila Halloran at Snyder's bar-hotel last Monday night, IS being held without bail ai the Suffolk County Jail jn Riverhead awaiting arraignmeni on Wednesday.Sept. I.Carraturo, 36. a letter carrier for the Hun­ tington post office, wiU be chargod with second degree murder ol Mrs. HaUoran of Caldwell St. in Huntington, according to Second Squad detectives. Banner yet waves The brighi and dark side of America was played out a t Pape Chevrolet on Oakwood Hd last week. General m anager John Dunn, erected an 80 fool flagpole outside the automobile show­ room. And atop that 80 foot pole, on Tuesday. Aug. 24, he hoisted a 20 by 30 foot American flag, a 24- hour honor to the country in which his business flourishes. One couldn’t help but marvel a t it. Then, som etim e between lO p m. on Saturday night, Aug. 28 and 3 a m. on Sunday, somebody shimmied 10 -leet up that pole, cut the rope and stole the flag. Dunn IS not stymied however. His order has already been sent to Ohio for another flag and he ex­ pects it by Friday. S e p t S. It costs $740. Only this time, Dunn is tak­ ing a further precaution; the guidelines will be inside the pole Second Precinct Report There were 61 burglaries re­ ported in the Town of Huntington Iasi week as compared with 33 the veek before. Among the items re- porled missing were silverware, jewelry, television sets, stereo equipment, cash, coins, a watch, socks, a calculator, tools, air con­ ditioners, shoes, bicycles, furni­ ture and a radio. Seven au­ tomobiles were also reported sto­ len Break-ins were reported on the Burt’s Insurance Corner 6y Burt Walsdorf ( ailin g ( p o o d tx p e r i e n c e d Drit f r s W h o W a n i lo si\y, Our Sew Ciislom Auto Insurance Policy iS Taiior made lor accuictU free drivers. t S< tfi;7.4 V r M /. MV /VG.S 4: a \ BE mr/LS R} C A L U \(i I S .vow. IN IM i r V WAI.S^K^R^ ISSI H \ M F 4 (iK M N « M s i m m M»KISSI R4V^ :;uN,.K ^„rk Ituni . t ’S-nto FUEL OIL CONTRACT TIME Change Your Fuel Oil and Plumbing Service to a Local and Economically Priced Full Service Company — SnoGlmaiin Fuel on Engelmann Fuel Oil PlTimbing 754-2222 INSPECTION AND EFFICIENCY TEST OF YOUR HEATING SYSTEM SERVICE 24 HOURS, 7 DAYS PER WEEK I An Organization Which Includes Former Employees of Audell, Cieblich and Kissam Fuel Oil Companies fr e e following streets; Monday, Aug. 23 Wyoming Dr., Cornehlson Dr., Beverly Rd , Sampson Place, Walnut St. and Round Rd, in Hun­ tington; Sonia Lane in Green­ lawn; Centerport Rd. m Center- port; Barrington Place m Mel­ ville. Tuesday, Aug. 24 New York Ave. and Davis Si. in Huntington; Scudder Ave in Northport; Laurel Rd in East Northport; South Lane in Green­ lawn; Yardley Dr. in Dix Hills; Walt Whitman Hd in South Hun­ tington. Wednesday. Aug. 25 W, Route 25 (twice), New York Ave., Woodland St., Flower Hill Rd., and Route UO in Huntington; Main St. (twice) and Shore Rd in Cold Spring Harbor, Walt Whit- (Continued on Page 36} STRAICIIT TALK by Dr. Joseph E. Fiasconaro Q' 1 am going lo have a consulia- lion with our orthodonuat concern­ ing my daughter's malocclusion What should i be aware of* A. I Most orthodontists have an imlial fee which includes the con- sullalioo, records, and the loser* (ion of appliances. If this is your fim child going to this orthodontist and you are uncertain about utili 2 - ing his services ask him what the fee la for only Ihe consiihation and records, and do this before the re­ cords are taken. 2 The <vthodontis( should describe lo you whai type of malocciuscon your daughter has and how he plans to treat her 3 Should he say extracUons are necessary. Have him explain whys? 4 What IS the fee? Are there any extras you should be made aware of? Does Ibis fee include retainers and retention period? 5 Will you be requved Intake your daughter out of school for her treatments’’ How often’ 6 Does Ihe doctor arrange ap­ pointments so you wtU not have a )ong waiting lime’’ 7 Is the office manager, staff and doctor polite and courteous? 6 Ifvouhaveanynegativeleelings at all about this consultation seek another opinion. Next Week — How to get a second opinion Preeeated as « service to tbe com- muttlty by Josepb fel. Flaicoaaru D.DA.. Base Main Street, tlun- tiegtM. 673-2999

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