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HAverstraw 9-2000 The Rockland County Times, Haverstraw, N. Y., September 23, 1971 Page Three IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH Tomkins Cove Sunday Masses 7. B and 10:^0 a.m. Saturday evening mass at 8. Sunday Masses in the school auditorium, East Main st., Stony Point, 9, 10:15 and 11:30 a.m. Confessions Saturday 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. at the auditorium, 7:30 p.m. at the church, Tom ­ kins Cove. ST. MARY'S CHURCH Msgr. Thomas Dunn, Pastor Msgr. William J. Remey, Pastor Emeritus Sunday Ma.sses 8. 10:30 a.m. Week days except Saturday, 7:30 p.m., Saturday, 9 a.m. Confessions. Saturday, 4-6, 7-9 p.m. Thursday before first Fri ­ day, 4-6 p.m. ST. PETER'S CHURCH 115 Broadway, Haverstraw Sunday Masses at 7:30, 8:45. 10. 11:15 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Evening mass at 5:30. Saturday evening mass at 7:30. Spanish language mass Sunday, 12:30 p.m. ST. GREGORY BARBARIGO Garnervide Sunday masses at 7. 8. 9, 10, 11:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Saturday evening mass at 8. Confessions Saturday 4:30-5:30 p.m. and after the 8 p.m. mass. UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF GARNERVILLE Rev. Willard AIbcrtus, Pastor Suncjay School, 9 a.m. Worship Service 10 A.M. UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Rosman rd., ThIelU Rev. E. Burton, D.D., Pastor Sunday .school at 9:15 a.m. Worship service. 10:30 a.m. UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF HAVERSTRAW 24 Fourth si. Rev. £11 S, Rivera Worship Service (Spanish) 10 a.m. Worship Service (English) 11 a.m. TOMKINS MEMORIAL CHURCH Tomkins Cove Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. - Mid-week Bible Study and Prayer Service 7'30 p.m. FAITH CHRISTIAN ASSEMBLY 20 Wayne ave.. West Haverstraw A. Berlolino Sunday service, 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, prayer meeting in Italian. 8 p.m. The Rev. David DiPietro will conduct evangelistic services on each Friday evening at 7:45 p.m. • CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF ROCKLAND Full Gospel 128 Railroad ave., Garnerville Rev. Albert DiBernardo Rev. Anthony Sanzo Friday worship service for all ages, 8 p.m. Sunday. 10:30 a.m. Italian service. Church School 9:.30 a.m. Adult Class 9:45 a.m. ST. THOMAS A.M.E. ZION CHURCH Rev. Robert Holmes, Pastor , 9:30 a.m., Church School. 11:00 a m.. Worship service. Wednesday, Youth Choir re ­ hearsal. 4:30 p.m. Wcdne.sday, Rev A. Mack Memorial Chorus. 6 p.m. Wednesday, Prayer meeting, 7 p.m. Youth Sunday, 11 a.m., 3rd Sunday of each month, TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH Chapel SI. Garnerville (Near North Garnervlllo Elementary School) Sunday, Sept, 19lh 8 a.m.. Holy Communion. 10 a.m.. Choral Holy Com­ munion, Sermon. 10 am.. Church School-Enroll ­ ment Day (Nursery.Grade 6) 44 tt • WEEKDAY EVENTS Tuesday, meeting, Brownie Scouts: 3:45 p.m. Wednesday, St. Michael and AU Angels, Holy Communion, ) a.m. Friday, meeting. Girl Scouts, 7:30 p.m. CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. Gregory A. Oross, Minister Sunday. 9:15 a.m.. Church ichool. 10:30 a.m., Worship lervice. Sermon: \Walking With God.\ Tuesday, Sept. 28, Fish Sup- ler, serving from 5:30 to 7:30 i.m. Every Wednesday. 7:30 p.m.. Adult Choir rehearsal. Every Saturday, 10:30 a.m., Youth Choir rehearsal, =IRSr METHODIST CHURCH W. Main It , Stony Point Rev. George H, Freed Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Church service 11 a.m. Sept. 26 subject. \We are dis ­ ciples.\ Starting Ocl. 3, evening serv ­ ices will be held at 7:30. People ot all faiths and denominations are invited to attend. CHARLES M. CARR Christian Science Lecturer Lecture Explores Nature of Man What is man's essential na ­ ture? What does our view ol man have to do with the \un ­ healed wounds of frustration, prejudice, social unrest, and' crime that still fester in our society\? These questions will be exam ­ ined in a public lecture entitled \What is Man?\ in Spring Val ­ ley on Sunday, Oct. 3 Charles M. Carr, C.S.B.. a Christian Science lecturer and teacher from New York City, will speak in the church, at Route 59 and South Main st.. Spring Valley at 3:30 p.m. un ­ der the auspices of First Church of Christ. Sicientist. Mr. Carr will be introduced by Mrs. Otti- lie S, Fearing, second reader. Local arrangements for the event are being coordinated by Mrs. Marie B. Killam, lecture committee chairman, \We must understand.\ the lecturer will state, \what man's basic nature is — and we must put this understanding to work. Only then will we be able to im ­ prove both our individual lives and society as a whole.\ Mr. Carr will relate how spiritual understanding of man's basic nature helps solve com ­ munity and other problems. He. will also describe a healing of a serious condition and the res ­ toration of impaired vision through wholly spiritual means. Class 3 Conducted Church Program On Sunday Class No. 3 of St. Thomas A.M.E. Zion church at 54 West st. held youth and adult Sunday combined. The service was under the guidance of the ' Rev, L, Holmes, the pastor. , Mrs. Estelle Norfleet is the class leader. The bulletin and notices were read by Secretary James Nor ­ fleet and Brian Allen gave the responsive reading Charles Nor ­ fleet read the scripture lesson which was followed by a prayer led by Mr. Lee Allen. In her address Mrs. Norfleet talked about living the Chris ­ tian life. As usual the music was inspirational in hymns by the combined Rev, Arthur Mack Memorial Chorus and the Youth Choir. Mrs. Jean Allen and Ka ­ trina and Virgina Norfleet took up the offering. CONGERS COUPLE HAD VACATION IN EUROPE Mr. and Mrs. William Venezia of 189 Kings Highway, Congers, have returned from a four-week vacation in Italy. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Reality needs to be faced up to, not escaped from, according to the Lesson-Sermon to be heard at Christian Science church services Sunday. \Let us learn of the real and eternal, and prepare for the - reign of Spirit, the kingdom of heaven, — the reign and rule ol universal harmony, which can not be lost nor remain forever unseen,\ a citation to be read from Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy states. The subject of the Bible Les ­ son-Sermon is \Reality.\ AU are welcome at First Church of Christ, Scientist, Spring VaUey. The service begins at 11 a.m. The Sunday School convenes at 11 a.m. and a supervised nursery is maintained during the Sunday church services. The Wednesday evening , Testimony meeting is held at eight o'clock. Graduate Students Engaged to Wed Mrs. Charles Hoole of Stony Point announces the engage ­ ment of her niece. Helen Thun- horst Hoogendoorn, to Mr. Lynn* P. Madden of Syracuse, Mrs. Hoole is well known in Rockland County for her volun teer efforts with the Stony Point Ambulance, Rockland T.B. As ­ sociation, Fresh Air Camp of St. John ’ s, and the Stony Point Conservation Association. Mr. Madden graduated from Syracuse University with the degree of bachelor of electrical engineering and received a mas ­ ter of science in Individual Ad- i ministration degree from Union College. He is presently a can ­ didate for a Ph.D. degree from Union College. Schenectady. He is employed as an instructor in the Graduate Division of Union College and as a Systems Con ­ sultant. The bride - elect graduated from Alfred University with a bachelor s degree in Ceramic . Engineering and from Union College as a Master of Science in Industrial Administration. She. too, is presently a candi ­ date for a Ph.D. degree from Union College and is employed as a management consultant. This year she was selected as one of the Outstanding Young Women of America. Nyack Hospital ’ s New Arrivals Babies were born to local families recently in Nyack Hos­ pital. Among the births were the foUowlng. Grassy Point Lynch. Mr. and Mrs. John E., 36 Main st., John Edward jr. Sept. 6, Pomona Moyer, Mr. and Mrs. Walter A.. 8 Summit ave.. Gregory Brian, Sept. 6. Valley Cottage Sirico, Mr. and Mrs, Gregory T., 546 Westfield dr., Carolyn Jean, Sept. 6, Moscarellit Mr. and Mrs. Rich- ard D., 195 Charles blvd., Lisa Marie, Sept. 7. West Haverstraw Maltbie, Mr. and Mrs. George J., 19 Farley dr., John, Sept. 9. Highland Falls Brechbiel, Mr. and Mrs George L.. Pine Terrace, Scott David, Aug. 14, Congers Lovstrom, Mr. and Mrs, Rog ­ er P., 18 Ridge rd,, Meliss Lynn. Aug. 23, New City Spodak, Dr. and Mrs, Myles S., 101 Phillips Hill rd,, Craig Allan, Aug. 26. Stony Point Zielinski, Mr. and Mrs. Wil ­ liam F., 24 Jenkins ave., Lorene Lynn. Aug. 26, STONY POINT ACCIDENT RESULTS IN ARREST On Sunday evening when Mrs. Elizabeth L. Weiss of 19 Haw ­ thorn dr.. New Rochelle, was turning her 1967 Volkswagen from Washburn lane into Route 9W, her car was reportedly struck by a car driven by Francis W. Smith of Demaresi ave.. West Haverstraw. He was arrested by thb Stony Point Town Police and charged witl^ driving while intoxicated. Judge Arthur Jobson released him on his own recognizance. There were no reported injur ­ ies. MRS. JAMES DePALMA Ciro's Studio MISS FRASCO GETS DEGREE AT MOHAWK Miss Diane Frasco of Haver straw received the A. A. S. de gree in retail business manage ment when Mohawk Valley Community College of Uticz conferred 250 degrees upor graduating seniors in August. Miss Frasco is the daughtei of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Frasc< of 76 Clove ave. ATTEMPTED BURGLARY On Monday some time be ­ tween 11:50 a.m. and 7:20 p.m. an attempt was made to burg ­ larize the home of Brendan O'Neill of 8 De Halve Maen dr.. Stony Point. The unknown would-be-burglars are being sought by the Stony Point Town police. Do you wish you had more faith in God? Come to this Christian Science Lecture “ VniAT IS MAN ” by Charles M. Carr, a Christian Science preclloner and teacher 3:30 P.M., SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3 FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST, SPRING VALLEY Corner ot Rt. 59 end S. Main St. DePaljiia Takes Bride In Cluircli Rite At Belmont, Mass. st. Luke's church in Belmont Mass., was the scene of a pret ­ ty wedding on Aug. 14 when Miss Jeanne Therese Crestello became the bride of James An ­ thony DePalma III. The bride was given in mar ­ riage by her father and the of ­ ficiating clergyman at the 11 o'clock nuptial mass was Father Burns. The bride, a graduate of Wat ­ ertown High School and Aquin­ as Junior College, is a legal secretary. The bridegroom, a graduate of the North Rockland High School, is a Dean's List student at Bentley College in Waltham, Mass. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs, Frank C. Crestello sr of 16 Laurence st., Watertown, Mass., and Mr. and Mrs, James A. De ­ Palma jr of 93 Broadway. The bride wore a white silk organza gown appliqued with alencon lace and a long veil with an alencon lace border. Her flowers were pink and while roses, cymbidiums and baby's breath. The maid of honor. Miss Jean DeLuca of Newton. Mass., wore a pink voile gown in empire de sign with Victorian styling. She carried a basket of pink and white roses. The bridesmaids were Sandy Tobin of Watertown, and Nancy Monte and Patty McCall of West Haverstraw. Their gowns were styled in the same way in apricot, maize and orchid. Their white flower baskets con ­ tained daisies and roses. The bridegroom's attendants were his brothers. Anthony and Larry DePalma of this village, James Crestello of Watertown, and Louis Calli of Valley Cot ­ tage. About 150 guests, including local relatives and friends, at tended a reception at the Col ­ onial Inn Country Club in Lynn- field The couple honeymooned at the Sonesta Beach Hotel, Bermuda and are now at home, in Watertown. ROOM FOR PUPILS St. Peter's School held regis ­ tration this week for additional pupils, as it was found after the first registration that there was room for some additional pupils. NARCOTICS RAID ATTACKS HEROIN Distribution of heroin in the county was attacked by drug raids and arrests staged last Thursday by District Attorney Robert R. Meehan, state police, and- Ramapo and Clarkstown police, with assistance of vil ­ lage departments. Several peo­ ple were arrested on inict- ments returned at New City, Others faced misdemeanor charges. LARKIN IN HOSPITAL Thomas Larkin of 13 Lincoln st. was taken in the Haverstraw ambulance to Ramapo General Hospital on Sunday. MISS PATRICIA MILLER Southern Miss Ryder ’ s Fiancee Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Miller of Monroe. La., have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Patricia Ann Miller, to 2nd Lt. Donald J. Ryder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Ryder Sr. of West Haverstraw. Miss Miller attended North ­ east Louisiana University in Monroe, and she Is a secretary with Weahs Supply Co. in Mon ­ roe. Lt. Ryder is a gradute of St. Cecilia ’ s High School in Engle­ wood, N.J. He received his BA degree from Northeast Louisi ­ ana University, where he was commissioned an officer in the U.S. Army. A January 8 wedding is planned. Miss Mary K. Brophy Becomes Engaged Mr. and Mrs. John J. Brophy of Stony Point have announced the engagement of their daugh ­ ter. Miss Mary Kaye Brophy. to Mr. Daniel E. Keegan of the Bronx. Miss Brophy is a 1969 gradu ­ ate of Alberlus Magnus High School and is a junior attend ­ ing St. Thomas Aquinas College. Mr. Keegan is a veteran of the United States Army, attends St. Thomas Aquinas College, and is employed by St. Agatha ’ s Home in Nanuet. A 1972 wedding i.s planned. HISTORY HOUSE OPEN SUNDAYS J. Erwin Ferine, vice presi ­ dent of the Historical Society of Rockland County, reports that the portion of the Jacob Blauvelt Farmhouse restoration representing the first phase of the new History Center of the Society at 20 Zukor rd.. New City, will be open to the public each Sunday from 2 to 5. A fall Open House and general inspection of the property is scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 24. CELEBRATED ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Anthony San ­ tera of Clove ave. celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary on Monday. BOLAK IN HOSPITAL Joseph Bolak sr of 160 West st. is receiving treatment in Nyack Hospital for trouble with his leg. New Gty Miss Has Church Bridal Miss Irene Naclerio and Mr Richard John Bielen were mar ­ ried in St. Augustine's church, New City on Saturday after ­ noon. The Rev. Father Mc- Shann was the officiating cler ­ gyman. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. John Naclerio of 3 Acorn terrace. New City, and, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Bielen. of 193 Rambler ave.. New Mil ­ ford, N. J. The bridegroom is employed by Garry-Allen Chev­ rolet in Englewood, N. J. The bridal attendants were the bride's sister, Carol Ann Naclerio, and the bride's broth ­ er-in-law, Mr. Salvatore Ter- mine. The bride's nephew, John Termlne ot Pomona, was ring bearer. After a wedding trip to Ber ­ muda the couple will live in Lodi, N. J. Silver Wedding For MiraheUos An open house was held at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mirabello of 15 Wayne ave.. West Haverstraw, Sunday to celebrate their 25th wedding an ­ niversary. Their anniversary is Sept. 22. ; A large number of relatives and a few friends helped them celebrate this occasion. A buf ­ fet supper was served in which a large cake with silver decora ­ tions adorned the table. The ' couple received gifts, cards and well wishes from their relatives and friends. Also on Sept. 19 their son, Frank jr, celebrated his 11th Birthday. On Sept. 23 their daughter, Judy, is celebrating ' her eighth birthday and on Sept. 28 Frank sr will also celebrate ‘ his birthday. FORMER GARNERVILLE MISS HAS INFANT SON Lieut, and Mrs. James B. Norwood of Fort Hood. Texas, are the proud parents of a son, John Barron Norwood. The eight pound. 10-ounce baby was. born on Sept. 14 to the former Miss Jane Fink ot Garnerville. The proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John E. Long of Garnerville. ' . : MRS. RICHARD J. BIELEN - Photo by ArfieW Studip Area Couples Have New Arrivals Several families in the area have babies, born recently in Good Samaritan Hospital. Suf- fern. The vital statistics are the hospital. Garnerville Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. Cor­ nelius, 5 Hester pi.. MariAnne, Aug. 19, Hoban, Mr. and Mrs. John. 59 So. Lillburn dr., Brian James. Aug. 21. Thorne, Mr. and Mrs. John E.. 11 Kensington Circle, Chris topher David. Aug. 24. Haverstraw Conklin. Mr. and Mrs. Eu ­ gene. 26 Clove ave.. Debra Jean. Aug. 22. De Giso, Mr. and Mrs. Robert' C.. 30 Rela ave.. Kerry Lynn. Aug. 16, Keegan. Mr. and Mrs. Robert. 8 Spruce st.. Kelly Ann. Aug. 25. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Eu ­ gene. 57 Halgren Crescent. Pamela Jean, Aug. 27. For Sale CEMETERY PLOTS PROTESTANT & CATHOLIC CEDAR HILL CEMETERY West Main Street Stony Point, N. Y. Phone 786-5092 GOING FISHING Dmft spend 36 months r^prelting ponr next car loan. Our full-feature new car loan with the low, low rate could save yon a lot of money. County Trust cares enough to have a money-saving rate oh new car loans. And it ’ s a full-feature oar loan because it comes with all these “ extras ” : • Fast, one-day approval. • Up to 36 months to pay. • No fixed down payment-we can lend you the full price of most new cars. • You get the full amount you want to borrow. • You set the payment date. • No filing fee. • Guard-A-Loan protection-life, accident, and health insurance- available at slight additional cost. • Automatic transfer of your payments from your checking account. • Finance in advance — get your loan first, then take 90 days to shop for your oar. No cost if you decide not to buy. Amount Amount ANNUAL Term of You FINANCE of Monthly PERCENTAGE Loan Receive CHARGE Note Payment RATE 12 Months $1,000 $ 47.12 $1,047,12 $ 87.26 $2,000 $ 94.S4 $2,094.24 $174.52 8.59% $3,000 $141.36 $3,141.36 $261.78 24 Months $1,000 $ 98.72 $1,098.72 $ 45.78 $2,000 $197.68 $2,197.68 $ 91.57 9.227c $3,000 $296.64 $3,296.64 $137.36 36 Months $1,500 $233.76 $1,733.76 $ 48.16 ^.000 $311.92 $2,311.92 $ 64.22 9.677c $1,000 $467.88 $3,467.88 $ 96.33 County TYust Hqvarstraw Havertlraw New City 1 Broadway Drive-In, Route 9W Drive-In, 115 South Main Alongside Library , Member ol The Bant o( New York Compony, Inc, • Member Federal Deposit Insvtonce Corporotlon

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