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Page Six The Rockland County Times, Haverstraw, N. January 7, 1971 HAverstraw 9-2000 •★***★*★★*★★*★★★*★★★*★★★**★*★★★★★★★★****★**★★*★★*< BOWLING LEAGUE NEWS WILLIAM McGEORGE, Bowling Editor ■*★★★*★★★★*★★*★★*★★★★★*★★★★**★★★*★★★*******★*★*★★* HAVERSTRAW COMMUNITY LEAGUE Last place Mt. Ivy Pub blitzed first place Mike ’ s Aces five-two, forcing them to give up a share of the league lead. Jack Estrada fired the Mt. Ivy offense with a strong 625 series. Gerace ’ s Market managed four points while winning two games from Team No. 10. Bill Keefe ’ s 594 led Gcrace ’ s while Jim Horn- berger fired an outstanding 660 for No. 10. Doc ’ s Auto Body crept to three points away from first as they dumped the DeChelfin Jewelers five-two. Steve & Andy Masons downed Highway Diner five-two. Mt. Ivy Trailer Park clipped Wayne Deli five-two. Jim Hornberger won the scor ­ ing honors tor the week with a powe'rful 660 series. He slammed 191-213 and 256 in the trio. A week of big scores found the fol ­ lowing big shooters accompany ­ ing Jim in the top five. Earl Lent 633-238, Jack Estrada 625-213, Hal Mower 624-218 and Frank Mador- mo 614-231. Haverstraw Community League Standings Dec. 30 Mike ’ s Aces 78 41 Gerace ’ s Market 78 41 Doc ’ s Auto Body 75 44 Highway Diner .64 55 Mt. Ivy Trailer Park 57 62 Wayne Deli 53 66 DeChelfin Jewelers 53 66 Steve & Andy Masons 52 67 Team No. 10 49 70 Mt. Ivy Pub 36 83 THREE WOMEN CLASSIC ^1 ’ LEAGUE Asalee Beauty Salon captured a one point league lead by de ­ feating Schmidt Chevrolet two- one. A big 621 by Schmidt ’ s Edith Blohm kept them in the match all the way. Hattie Lassiter cracked 558 for the winners. Martino ’ s Maket dropped out of their tie for first as they were defeated two one by Riverview Boat Club. Marianne Farina paced the Boat Club with 495. Mr. Tony ’ s Barber Salon won the last game by nine pins to clip Marshmallow two-one. Lil ­ lian Gamboli led the Barbers with 522. Ludwig Trucking won a pair from Apollo No. 12. Haverstraw Ford dumped Vincente ’ s Sunoco two-one. That 621 blast by Edith Blohm was the top series of the week. Edith hit games of 201-227 and 193. Other power hitters were: Hattie Lassiter 558-203, Liz Welch 547-198, Dot Hecht 535-194 and Lil- lian Gamboli 522-202. Three Women Classic League Standings Dec. 29 Asalee Beauty Salon 31 20 Martino ’ s Market 30 21 Haverstraw Ford 29 22 Marshmallow 27% 23% Apollo No. 12 26 25 Vincente ’ s Sunoco 25 26 Ludwig Trucking 25 26 Mr. Tony ’ s B ’ ber Shop 23 29 Schmidt Chevrolet m<z 31% Riverview Boat Club 18 33 Only the United Kingdom and West Germany import more food than does the United States. TUESDAY AFTERNOON LADIES LEAGUE Both the first and second place teams suffered shutouts this week. First place Schultz Pharmacy got the ax courtesy of Buy Rite Toys. Schultz was close in the second game which they lost by nine. Buy Rite ’ s best shooter was Bet ­ ty Novak, 491 at anchor. Schmidt Chevrolet lost games by seven and nineteen pins as they were swept by Cedar Brook Kennels. Marilyn Wilson paced the Kennels with 498. AVH Associates gained on the leaders with a two two tie in their match against the Sireens. AVH won their second point on a fif­ teen pin edge in total wood. The Firebirds singed Mastro- marino Lumber three one. Mt. Ivy Pharmacy slipped Team No. 3 a three-one loss. Garnerville Tavern powered past New City Garage three-one. Cathy Shepard was the best shooter this week. Her big 222 game set up a fine 516 series. Other scoring leaders were: Gale Rafferty 498-179, Marilyn Wilson 498-196, Betty Novak 491-189 and Mary Sousa 483-170. Tuesday Afternoon Ladles League Standings Dec. 29 Schultz Pharmacy 41 23 Schmidt Chevrolet 38V6 25% AVH Associates 38 26 The Firebirds 37% 26% Cedar Brook Kennels 33% 30% The Sireens 32% -«% Mt. Ivy Pharmacy 31 33 Buy Rite Toys 31 33 Garnerville Tavern 30 34 New City Garage 28 36 Mastromarino Lumber 23 31 Team No. 3 20 44 ROCKLAND SENIOR LEAGUE The first place Westbrook Tav ­ ern took all three games from the second place Seminara Clip­ pers and are now four full games out in front. The Wayfarer Res ­ taurant took two games from Guittari and Ardire Blacktoppers to hold on to second place. Samsondale Liquors took two from Haverstraw TV and are in a tie for third place with the Wayfarer. Mount Ivy Mobile Homes took two games from the Hi Tor Pro Shop. High Scoring: Joachim Gizzi 242, Harold Mower 231, Harold Robinson 202; Joachim Gizzi 180- 179-242, 601; Felix Lisewsky 187- 201-182, 570; Harold Robinson 202- 172-196, 568. Standings Jan. 3 Westbrook Tavern 32 19 Seminara Clippers 28 23 Wayfarer Restaurant 26 25 Samsondale Liquor 26 25 Hi Tor Pro Shop 24 27 Haverstraw TV 23 28 Mt. Ivy Mobile Homes 23 28 Guittari & Ardire 22 29 MONSEY YOUTH WINS TRIP TO SAN JUAN Glenn Donnenfeld of Monsey. 16, won the trip to San Juan of ­ fered by WCBS, guessing correct ­ ly that the temperature would be 30 and the humidity 88 in Central Park on Dee. 22. His brother, Daiid, 22, will go with him. Every page a local page. TWINS BODY SHOP, INC. Samsondale Avenue, Haverstraw (TALAMINI ’ S GARAGE) COMPLETE AUTO BODY REPAIRS & REFINISHING Daytime Phone: HA 9-2520, Night 429-2961, 429-9073 Tom and Jim Gormley, Owners -24 HOUR TOWING - Rockland Lake Open in Winter Two fairways on the Rockland Lake State Park golf course have been temporarily converted to snow sports purposes, one for a sled run,' the other for a be ­ ginner ’ s ski run. At the same time, the golf driving range is being put to use throughout tthe winter for a toboggan run. The parking field adjoining the golf clubhouse is being kept free of snow to accommodate visitors. At the same time, the comfort stations in the building are also being kept open. The winter sports area wiil be open to visitors daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., including Satur ­ days, Sundays and holidays. Nyack Hospital ’ s New Arrivals Babies were born to local fam ­ ilies recently in Nyack Hospital. Among the births were the follow ­ ing. Stony Point Bombard, Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. , 163 Filer lane, Charles Wal­ ter, Dee. 21, Casscles, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie. 4 Washburn lane. Shannon Thom ­ as, Dec. 22, West Nyack Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. David R., 22 Strawberry Hill lane, Dana Elizabeth, Dec. 22, Valley Cottage Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. , 151 Charles blvd., Marian Christine, Dec. 22, West Haverstraw Danielson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry T., 59 Demarest ave., Gina Marie, Dec. 22, Congers Flynn, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J., 9 Van Beaste lane, Theresa Eliz ­ abeth, Dec. 23, Garnerville Lavery, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A., 16-D Fairway Gardens, Scott Michael, Dec. 26, New City Brady, Mr. and Mrs. William P.. 54 South Mountain rd., Wil ­ liam Kenneth, Dec. 27, Area Couples Have New Arrivals Several families in the area have babies, born recently in Good Samaritan Hospital, Suf- fern. The vital statistics are given as they were released by the hospital. Garnerville Pesci, Mr. and Mrs. Peter. Dawn Mane, Dec. 25, Haverstraw Marrera, Mr. and Mrs. Mar- celo, 15 Partition st., Marcelo jr, Dec. 21, New City McMahon, Mr. and Mrs. Jo ­ seph. 52 Grand st., John Henry, Dec. 22, Thiells Missenheim, Mr. and Mrs. Law ­ rence, East Lake dr., Laura Jeanne, Dec 22, Valley Cottage Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Richard, 920 Belleville dr., Brian, Dec. 21, Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. John, Lake rd, Karen Ida, Dec. 21. GUILD WILL MEET The next meeting of the Hudson Valley Guild of Good Samaritan Hospital will be Monday, Jan. 25 at the Municipal Building in Hav ­ erstraw at 8 p.m. OLD TIMERS ... The above photo was recently donated to the U.S. Army Military His ­ tory Research Collection at Carlisle Barracks, Pa., by Spanish-American War Sgt. Edward Ocker, left, who serv ­ ed as a gunner with the 2d and 7tb ArtiUery from 1896-99. SAME OWNERSHIP 45 YEAR ANNIVERSARY OLDEST, LARGEST, HOME HEATING OIL. WE HAVE TO BE GOOD, EVERYONE WANTS OUR HEATING SERVICE. ROCKLAND FUEL OIL CO., Inc. HA 9-5670 PE 5-4011, El 6-3899, EL 8-0250 W alanc £ / s T>/£:K£y\ ro t NE Af£W ' KAIICICS' SUCCESS AAJP TEE w£o /ye£Ps JT AU TM£77/££ /5 PjLErMMEPi WiJLT Bear Mountain Chef ’ s Background; Up the Ladder of Culinary Success Chef Helmut Rothermel, ex ­ ecutive chef of Bear Mountain Inn. believes there ’ s a lot more to being a great chef than just a chef ’ s school certificate and a recipe file. Helmut, who doesn ’ t work from recipes, ” I cook from feel ­ ing. It has to come from with ­ in. . . can direct his Bear Mt. staff to cook just about any ­ thing off the top of his head — from Dutch beef and cheese to lobster pie. Appointed FRED HEALY Fred Healy has been employed as supervisor of grounds at the New York State Rehabilitation Hospital, West Haverstraw. He replaces Alfred VanDemark, who retired after 36 years of service. Prior to his appointment at “ Re ­ hab. ” Mr. Heah was employed by General Motors in Tarrytown. Mr. Healy lives in Haverstraw with hib wife Loretta and 18-month old daughter Elaine. FREEMAN REPORTED MAKING RECOVERY Former Mayor William J. Free ­ man was taken out of intensive care at Nyack Hospital on New Year ’ s Day, a week after he suf ­ fered smoke inhalation and shock at a fire in his South st. home on New Year ’ s Eve. The former mayor ’ s oldest son, John W. Freeman, came from his home in California to be with his father for several days. Hints . . helps . . , cash. See The Times classified page. The 32-year old German-born chef made his decision to be ­ come a chef at the age of 5. Only nine years later he was working as apprentice in a Hei ­ delberg hotel doing menial jobs. Shortly thereafter, Helmut en ­ rolled in Chef ’ s school where af ­ ter 3 years he underwent rigor ­ ous testing of his culinary skills by 15 European food experts, who certified Helmut as a cook when he was 17 years of age. It was then that Helmut ’ s real apprenticeship began, working his way up the culinary ladder in resort and hotel kitchens in Stockholm, the British Channel Islands and New York. At age 26 he became executive chef at the Top of the Fair Restau ­ rant at the N. Y. World ’ s Fair of 1964 and went from there to the famed Tavern on the Green, coming to Bear Mountain Inn in 1967. ' Chef Rothermel ’ s creative in ­ genuity has made dining at Bear Mountain Inn a delight. In addition to his many spe ­ cialty dishes, every Saturday night Helmut and his staff pre ­ pare over 100 gourmet delights for the Inn ’ s famous \Buffet in the Round. ” State Workers Get Dental Care Civil Service Employes Asso ­ ciation members get increased dental benefits under a new plan adopted in Albany to cover 137,- 000 state workers. There will be 70 percent reim ­ bursement for dental expenses af ­ ter a $50 deductible I for each in ­ dividual and $150 for a family contract. The cost for orthodontia for employes ’ children under the age of 19 will be reimbursed at 50 percent. GARNERVILLE WHEEL ALIGNMENT CO. Complete BRAKE, FRONT END and WHEEL ALIGNMENT SERVICE Lifetime Guarantee on Double ‘ Action SHOCK ABSORBERS 169 Railroad Ave., Garnerville B47 - 9855 Let your car be Like new again Bring It to our shop for e new paint Job . . . let us get all those dents and scratches out nowl ROCKLAND COUNTY BODY, Inc. Route gw Haverstraw HA 9-4747 Nites: HA 9-3306, 3327 CONTEST WINNERS: Win- ners off the Rockland County CYO collage and poster contest for elementary school pupils are seen with Leo J. Marino, coun- CYO Poster Awards Announced by Marino Winners of the Rockland Coun ­ ty CYO Elementary School col­ lage and poster contest were an ­ nounced by Leo J. Marino, county CYO director. County winners are eligible for diocesan compe- Former Residents On Jersey Shore The Abram Scank family, for ­ mer Garnerville residents, are now living in Manahawkin. From the Jersey shore Mrs. Scank re ­ ported the first snow storm, about half an inch, fell before Christ ­ mas but didn ’ t last long. There is no word on the New Year ’ s storm, but good wishes for a Happy New Year to all from her sister. Miss Mary Fries. Mr. Scank, a former town of Haverstraw police officer, does similar duty in the summer at Manahawkin. Last summer, Abe reports, he spotted a license plate PAP, and pulled the motorist over. The driver asked what this was all about and was surprised to hear Mr. Scank say, “ Hi Paul, ” for he had recognized the car of Paul Prendergast of New City. New York ranks second only to Washington in apple production. ly director. At left li Mitt Mon ­ ica Helberger, of SI. Gregory Barbarigo, firtt place winner, and at center It Mitt Jacque ­ line Dacre of Immaculate Con- tition. Originality, design, content and execution were considered. The theme was ” I am the Vine; you are the Branches. ” First place went to Miss Mon ­ ica Helberger, 8th grade, St. ception School. The third place winner, Michael Sabina of Im- maculale Conception School, wat not pretent for the picture. Photo by John J. Flanagan Gregory Barbarigo, Garnerville. Second place was won by Miss Jacqueline Dacre, 7th grade. Im ­ maculate Conception School, Stony Point. Michael Sabina, 6th grade of the same school won third. What ’ s the rating of the movie you want to take my daughter to ... 7 lire you sure our savinus rate around? MANY FULL-SERVICE BANKS DO NOT PAY THE HIGHEST LEGAL RATE. DOES YOURS? AT COUNTY TRUST YOUR PASSBOOK SAVINGS EARN n = 4 .!i 7 X Withdrawals at any time. Interest compounded quarterly from day of deposit and credited semi-annually on balances of $25 or more. ... And to help you save regularly all through the year: ■ Evening hours every week at every office. ■ Drive-in windows, save-by-mail envelopes, off-street parking. ■ With an account at one office, you can make deposits and withdrawals at any office. A Member of The Bonk of New York Company, Inc. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

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