Long Island Memories
Petito Asks Town Boards To Sons of Italy Scores
Approve Senior Citizens Commission Wanton Destruction
Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Of American Flag
Michael N. Petito this week asked
the Town Board to approve the
creation of a seven- member Senior
The Supervisor suggested that
the Commission should work
closely with the County's Office
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for the Aging and told Board
members that he had been assured
of the fullest co- operation
by the County Agency's Director,
Mrs. Marian Greene.
In his resolution calling for
the Commission, Petito named
six important areas of Senior
Citizen difficulty. Toppingthem,
he said, was housing. The other
areas he suggested the Commission
examine, were income maintenance,
health and employment.
The Supervisor suggestedthat
the Town Board appoint five Com -
mission members and that he
appoint two. The chairman of
the Commission would be selected
from among the seven appointees
by the Commission
with Town Board approval.
Urge Delegation To
The Long Island Water Conference
is opposed to any change
or modification in whole or in
part of the State constitutional
provision providing for annexation
by referendum only of one
municipality by another. The conference
urged the delegates to
vote against any changes in this
In letters to the 15- man Nassau
delegation to the State Constitutional
Convention the chairman
of the Long Is land Water Conference,
Louis Mirando, wrote
that the conference membership
has unanimously approved a resolution
" opposing any amendment
or modification in whole or
in part of Article IX, Section 1
( d) of the New York State Constitution
by the Constitutional
Convention so as to preserve vi-tallocal
JLstiCJgJUUSec. ticm 1 I ' D spells
out the requirements for annexation.
It calls for annexation by
referendum only, Mr. Mirando
noted. He pointed out that the
present State Constitution forbids
a city to annex an adjoining municipality
with out the expressed
will of the people living in the
municipality. The people would
have to vote approval of such annexation
by a referendum.
But, Mirando told the delegates,
the present membership of the
Convention is " city- oriented"
because the majority ( 108 out
of 186 delegates) come from
major cities in the state, and of
the 16 committees, 12 chairmen
are from New York City.
" It is vitally important to Nassau
and Suffolk that the constitutional
provision on annexation
be retained in its present form,"
Mirando told the delegates.
" Without it, local government
as we know it and appreciate it
on Long Island will be in jeopardy
with its future becoming -
a memory of the past."
The Long Island Water Conference
is composed of water
districts in Nassau and Suffolk
The wanton destruction of the
American Flag in protest demonstrations
against our Vietnam
pol icy was roundly condemned in
a unanimous resolution at a recent
meeting of the Columbus
Lodge, Order Sons of Italy in
The Sons of Italy resolution
emphasizes that the right to freedom
is one of the basic ideas
that the flag symbolizes and to
burn, or in anyway destroy this
symbol of liberty under the guise
of protest, is a perverse contradiction.
The resolution declared
that maintaining respect
for our flag in no way denies
the right to protest.
Dominic Baranello, Venerable
of Columbus Lodge suggested that
residents join the Columbus
Lodge in urging their representatives
in Washington to enact appropriate
legislation making desecration
of the flag a criminal
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