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Page Six Dow Resolutions Urge One Ireland Two resolutions calling for the reunification of Ireland and the restoration of civil rights in that country have been intro duced in Congress by Represen ­ tative John G. Dow. The first of Dow's resolutions calls for the reunification of Ireland and condemns the cur ­ rent discriminatory and repres ­ sive tactics being used there The second calls upon the United Nations to adopt a res ­ olution condemning the contin uing discrimination against the Catholic minority in Northern Ireland as a violation of the U. N. Charter. COUNTY ANSWERING SERVICE SET UP Any Rockland resident who has an inquiry that county gov ­ ernment might be able to help answer can now register his re ­ quest on an automatic answer ­ ing service at a New City num ­ ber. according to Herschel Greenbaum, chairman of the Legislature ol Rockland County. LEGAL NOTICE New Labels For Meats After April 1 next all meal products displayed or offered tor sale must meet new regu­ lations of the State Depart ­ ment of Agriculture and Mar- keli. A label must show the true name of the product and contain other consumer - pro ­ tection Information. Imagina­ tive names such as \his and her steak\ will be forbidden. PUBLIC NOTICE Notice IS horob.v '^iven that the Legislature of Hockland County adopted a local law on November 15, 1971. The said local law was filed with the .Secretary of Stale on November 18. 1971. and a true copy of such local law is as follows: LOCAL LAW NO. 11 OF 1971 COUNTY OF ROCKLAND STATE OF NEW YORK A local law to establish a coun ­ ty probation department for Rockland county Be it enacted by the legisla ture of the county of Rockland as follows: Section 1 Establishment of county probation department. 1 There i.s hereby e.stablished in Rockland county a county probation department in accord ­ ance with the provisions of chapter 387 of the laws of 1971. Section 2, Responsibility of department. The probation department of Rockland county shall have re ­ sponsibility for carrying out the probation work for all matters under the .iurisdietion ol the family court, the superior courts, and the local criminal courts in and for the county of Rockland, Section 3. Personnel The probation department of Rockland County shall consist of a director of probation and such depulie.s. supervisors, pro bation officeis and other em ­ ployees as may be appointed pursuant to the provisions ol Section 256 and 257 of the exec ­ utive law, ol the .state of New York. Section 4 Appointment of director of probation. The director of the probation department of Rockland county shall be appointed by the chair ­ man of the legislature of Rock ­ land county. Section 5. Powers and duties of director. The director of the probation department of Rockland county shall have the power to appoint all deputies, supervisors, pro ­ bation officers, and other em ­ ployees in such department within appropriations made available therefor by the legis ­ lature of Rockland county. The legislature of Rockland county shall fix the salaries of all per- .sonnel in the department and shall make the necessary ap ­ propriation therefor, as well as for the expenses actually and necessarily incurred by such officers and employees in the performance of their duties. Section 6. Probation person ­ nel - qualificiations and duties Except as may be otherwise specified in other provisions of law, all salaried piobation offi­ cers and their supervisors, in eluding the director, shall be in the competitive class of civil service. No person shall be eligible for appointment as a probation officer or to a posi ­ tion that involves the duty of supervising a probation officer who is under twenty-one years of age or who has not had a high school education or equiv ­ alent education or who is not thysicaily, mentally and moral- y fit. Probation officers shall )e selected because of definite lualifications as to character, ability and training and primar- ly with respect to their capac ­ ity for rightfully influencing human behaviour. The director may appoint non-salaried vol ­ unteer probation officers pro ­ vided they have the qualifica ­ tions required of salaried of­ ficers, The general rules reg ­ ulating methods and procedures in the administration of proba tion as may be adopted from time to time pursuant to Sec ­ tion 243 of the executive law may require additional mini ­ mal qualifications for proba ­ tion personnel, and such pro ­ cedures as shall be established pursuant to the provisions of the executive law and not in ­ consistent with any other laws shall be followed in the appoint ­ ment of all probation personnel. Section 7. Bond required. Each probation officer who collects or has custody of money before entering upon the duties of his office shall exe ­ cute a bond pursuant to the provisions of lection 11 of the public officers law in a penal sum to be fixed by the state director of probation with suffi ­ cient sureties approved thereby ( The Rockland County Times, Haverstraw, N. V., November 25 1971 HAverstraw 9>20<I0 Editor, The Times: in your obituary article about Lewis Fay. information was omitted about his long career on the boats of the Cornell Tow­ ing Co in the Hudson River. He had been a deck hand and first mate, and passed examin ations for other ratings before he gave up rivet work some years ago. Yours truly. John V. Lynch LEOAL NOTICE conditioned for the honest ac ­ counting for all money received by him as such probation offi ­ cer, On the direction of the state director of probation a position schedule bond cover ­ ing all such probation officers may be procured and executed in lieu of such individual bonds. The accounts of all probation officers shall be subject to audit at any lime by the proper fiscal authorities and the division of probation of the slate of New York. Section 8. Duties of each pro- bation officer. It shall be the duty of each probation officer to furnish to each of his probationers a state ­ ment of the conditions of pro ­ bation and to instruct him with regard thereto; to keep in ­ formed concerning his conduct, habits, associates, employment, recreation and whereabouts; to visit his home at least once a month; to aid and encourage him by friendly advice and ad ­ monition. and by such other measures as may seem most suitable to bring about im ­ provement in his conduct, con ­ dition and general attitude to ­ wards society. The probation officer .shall report to the head of the probation department who shall in turn report in writ ­ ing to the court and the state director of probation at least monthly concerning the conduct and condition of probationers, keep records of their work as probation ofticers; keep accur ate and complete accounts of all money collected from pro bationers; give receipts there for and make prompt returns thereof: aid in securing em ­ ployment; perform such other duties in connection with such probationers as the court may direct or as may be required by the general rules adopted pur.suant to the provisions of section 243 of the executive law; and make such reports to the state division of probation as it may require. Section 9. Reports by proba ­ tioners. Probation officers may re ­ quire such reports by proba ­ tioners as are reasonable or necessary. Section 10. Probation officers as peace officers. Pursuant to the provisions of law, probation officers shall be peace officers. Section 11. Physical, mental and psychiatric examinations. The county of Rockland shall provide, when practical, clinical facilities and .shall adopt nec- essary rules for the use thereof for such physical, mental and psychiatric exaniinalions and reports as may be within the required scope ol efficient pro bation investigniion and super ­ vision. Section 12. Transfer of func ­ tions. All employee.s presently em ­ ployed in the department ’ s of fices. agencies, or functions that are herebj- transferred to the department ol probation are hereby transferred to the department of piobation. This transfer shall be consistent with civil service requirements and the various employment agree ­ ments between the county and the respective bargaining agents involved. The personnel officer shall establish a table of or ­ ganization and classification for the employees in the depart ­ ment of probation. No employee transferred hereby shall be re ­ duced in grade or salary by reason uf such transfer. Section 13. Repeal. All provisions of local laws and resolutions of the county of Rockland, the legislature of Rockland county and the for ­ mer board of supervisors of Rockland county, inconsistent herewith, are hereby repealed. Section 14. Effective dite. This local law shall take ef ­ fect immediately. I. RAYMOND BASH, Clerk of the Legislature of Rockland County, do hereby certify' the foregoing to be a true copy of the aforesaid local law adopted by the Legislature of Rockland County on November 15, 1971 and filed in the office of the Secretary of State on Novem ­ ber 18, 1971. RAYMOND BASH Clerk of the Legislature of Rockland County County Office Building 11 New Hempstead RoaiJ New City, New York 10956 Dated; New City, New York November 22, 1971 12-2 t SLOGANEERS: Prize Winners in a recent bumper slicker contest sponsored by the Hav ­ erstraw Narcotics Guidance Council received their awards at Reach Out, the store front center at 44 Broadway. Making the presenta ­ tions is Len Stirling, director of health educa­ tion for the North Rockland School District. From left are the award winners, Mrs. Eliza­ beth Lonergan, and Mrs. Patricia Rau, both of West Haverstraw, and Peter Piscitelli of Stony Point. At right is Mrs. Marion Zagar* ese, publicity chairman for the Council. Photo by John J. Flanagan CHEESE. PEACHES? What are the Girl Scouts saying in their pose for the photogra ­ pher? The Brownies of Troop 58 are seen at the fireplace at Thietls United Methodist church. The occasion was the investiture of new members, Nov. 16. Photo by John J. Flanagan NOW SERVING: A sample of the menu at the T and S Luncheonette, 39 Broadway, is shown by Alejandro Luis, seen with his partners, Mr. and Mrs. Francisco Corona. The returbished restaurant has been open for more than a month. The business was estab* iished many years ago as Marcy's by the late Marcy Sllverstein. Photo by John J. Flanagan NAACP HAS MEElirio ON STUDENT PROGRESS The meeting of the Nyack Branch NAACP Tuesday eve ning is scheduled to hear a re port on Orangetown Black Stu ­ dents by Mrs. Jacqueline Ho) land and Mrs. Cora Sarjeant. Plans will be discussed for a Christmas party for the branch and for children, a headquar ters program and the member ship dinner. WILLIS GRADUATES AS MACHINIST MATE Navy Fireman Douglas C. Willis, son of Mrs. Grace E. WiHis ol Ba-Mar. Stony Point, has graduated from Machinist Mate School at the Naval Train ­ ing Center, Great Lakes. III. As a Machinist Mate he will operate, maintain and repair propulsion plants and related equipment aboard Navy ships and shore stations. Parking Ban Now in Effect Anti-Narcotics Group Pleased At Contest Results The recent bumper sticker contest of the Haverstraw Nar colics Guidance Council accom plished its purpose in publiciz ing the work of the council and its purpose. \Starve a Pusher ” appeared on automobiles everywhere, making the public more con .scious of the Council's exi.sl once. More people are inquiring about the nature of the cam paign against drug use. and the Council acquired new members whose interest was aroused by the campaign. Reach Out. the store front facility at 44 Broadway, was the scene of an award winning ceremony on Nov. 17. The in ­ terviews with the winners spell ed out the success of the cam paign. Peter Piscitelli of Stony Point won first prize of t50, Mrs. Patricia Ran of West Haver ­ straw $25; and Mrs. Elizabeth Lonergan of West Haverstraw $25. The winners said they ob tained the stickers because ol belief in spreading the word against drugs. Peter said he wanted to set an example for his younger brothers. Drugs are ever more available now, and he said he wanted the sticker to spread the warning against the peril. He obtained the sticker from Martino ’ s Market. Railroad ave.. West Haverstraw. Mrs. Rau. the mother of four small children, said it is fright ­ ening to realize that children of all ages are exposed to the peril of drugs. Perhaps with .stricter laws to punish the drug pusher, and the continued ded icated work of such organiza lions as the Narcotics Council, the drug traffic may be slowed down and eventually halted. Mrs. Lonergan saw in the stickers a good method of cre ­ ating public awareness of the severity of the drug pioblem and its wide spread. Public recognition of the Council ’ s efforts is appreciated by the volunteer members and executive board. One member said, ’ ’ If we can save even one kid a year from drugs or help with a problem, large or small, then we feel truly rewarded. ’ ’ More volunteers are needed, II concerned parents gave time, the Council could form a ’ ’ real army ” to combat drug use and abuse. kindergarten pupils IN FIRST THANKSGIVING Dressed in Pilgrim and In dian finery which they made, the kindergarten classes of Mrs John Lepore at the Haverstraw Elementary School are re-en ­ acting the first Thanksgiving this week, according to Princi pal Gerald Neary. Mrs. Lepore is assisted b.v Mrs. Jean O ’ Connor, a teachei aide, and by class mother.', Mrs. Joseph La Padula, Mrs. Robert Manasier. Mrs. Frank Stout and Mrs. Ray Berkowitr. SEIDELS ARE PROUD GRANDPARENTS Mr. and Mrs. Barney Seidel of 38 Peck St.. West Haverstraw. proudly announce the birth ol a grandson. Kris David DiMar- tino, son of Mr. and Mrs. David DiMartino of Marion, Ohio The baby was born Oct. 28. The new mother. Lorraine, at tended Haverstraw schools. DEANNA'S DEBUT ADDS FIFTH GIRL IN FAMILY Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ora pello of 3 Rochelle Court, Stony Point, are the parents of a daughter, Deanna, who weighed six pounds, one ounce, at her birth Oct. 24 in the Nyack Hos ­ pital. Deanna Joins four sisters, Michele. 11, Marie. 9, Theresa, 7, and Janice five years old. VISITED UNCLE HERE James McCabe of Wellesley Hills, Mass., paid a brief visit to his uncle. Kennard Beale of Middle si. Friday. HIGH TIDE; Sunday morning brought an unusually high Mda in the Hudson River. This is a view of the river lapping against the sea wall along Beach rd. In Stony Point. No dam ­ age was reported from the high water, as it was not accom ­ panied by high winds. Hebrew Girls ’ High Seeks Fund Gifts An appeal was issued by Rabbi Sidney Greenwald of Monsey for the community ’ s aid in helping expand the Bais Yaakov of Spring Valley, A drive for $450,000 construction funds has been inaugurated to move this Girls ’ High School from its temporary trailer quar ­ ters on College rd. to a new modern .school complex. The new school will house 300 girls, a laboratory, library, and offer a curriculum of intensive Hebrew and secular education. The Bais Yaakov of Spring Valley is under the direction of Rabbi and Mrs. J, Soloveitchik. prominent Rockland community leaders. COURTHOUSE ALTERATIONS The County Legislature ha.s appropriated $275,000 for alter ations to the County Oflice Building to accommodate the new Family Court judge to take office Jan. 1. ART SHOW AT NEWBURGH Mount Saint Mary College will hold its second Thanksgiving Art Festival and Sale Nov. 25 through 28. Nearly 30 Mid-Hud- .soii Valley area artists will ex hibit ill the four-day showing at Newburgh. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed proposals will be re ­ ceived by the Purchasing .\g*nt for the County of Rockland, County Office Building. 11 New Hempstead Rd.. New City, New York, until 10:30 O'clock. A.M.. Thursday. December 2, 1971. lor the FURNISHING & DELIV- ERING OF LIQUID CAUSTIC SODA Bids will be publicly opened and read at said time and place and award of the contract will be made within the following ten (10) days Copies of the specifications may be obtained at the office of the undersigned at the ad ­ dress above given between the hours of 9-00 A M. and 5:00 P.M.. Monday thiough Friday. The proposal of each bidder shall contain the certification as to non-collusive bidding a.s set forth in Section 103-d of the General Municipal Law includ ­ ed in the spi I ifications. This re ­ quirement mu-st be strictly com ­ plied with. The propo.sal of eacli bidder shall also cmuain a statement that he agrees to the provisions of Section lot a of the General Muncipal Law concerning waiv ­ er of immunii.s , copy of which requirement is -ilso attached to the specifications. The undersigned reserves the right to reject any and all pro ­ posals and to accept any pro ­ posal or proposals as submitted, or as modified, which in the opinion of the undersigned will be in the best interests of the County of Rockland. County of Rockland By R. Warren Magrath Purchasing Agent Dated: New City. New York Nov. 20. 1971 11-25 LEGAL NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE OF HEARING BEFORE ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS TOWN OF STONY POINT, N.Y. PLEASE T A K E NOTICE I ’ HAT the Zoning Board of \ppeals of the Town of Stony Point, N Y., will hold a public hearing pursuant to .lirlicle XIII of the Zoning Ordinance on the following pi opo.sition : Appeal No. 71-30 Request of Warren Woodman see. Box 153. Route 9W. Stony Point, N. Y lor variance from the requirements ol .Article IX. Sec. 39-43 of the Zoning Ord inance of the Tow-n of Stony Point to permit the placement and use of a trailer, on prem ­ ises located on the west side of Route 9W. and approximately at the intersection ol Gays Hill Road, in the Town of Stony Point. SAID HEARING WILL TAKE PLACE on the 2iid day of De cember. 1971. at the Town of fices. 74 East Main Street. Stony Point, N. Y,, beginning at 8:00 o ’ clock P.M. By Resolution of the Board dated November 18th. 1971. Mary G Brophy Clerk to the Board BY ORDER OF THE BOARD 11-25 legal notice PUBLIC NOTICE OF HEARING BEFORE ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS TOWN OF STONY POINT, N.Y. PLEASE T A, K E NOTICE THAT the Zoning Board of Appeals ol ilu- Town of Stony Point. N, Y.. will hold a public hearing pui suant to Article XIII ol the Zoning Ordinance on the loilowing proposition: Appeal No. 71-29 Request of Carolyn Bergslon,, Lakeview Drive. Tomkins Lake, Tomkins Cove. N. Y., for vari ­ ance from the requirements of Section 280 A ol Town Law and Article VI. Sec. .39-30, Par, D. of the Zoning Ordinance of the Town of Stony Point, to permit the construction of an addition to an existing structure, located on a private road, and with less than permitted rear yard, on premises located on the west side of Lakeview Drive, and ap ­ proximately 200 feet south from the intersection of Hudson Drive, in the Town of Stony Point. __ SAID HEARING WILL TAKE PL.ACE on the 2nd day of De ­ cember. 1971, at the Town of­ fices. 74 East Mam Street. Stony Point. N. Y.. beginning at 8:00 o ’ clock P.M. By Resolution of the Board dated November 18th, 1971. Mary G. Brophy Clerk to the Board BY ORDER OF THE BOARD 11-25 BEAT THE FREEZE OvernighI parking is ban ­ ned on most streets and high ­ ways in the North Rockland area for the winter months. The ban is intended to leave the streets clear for snow plowing. GARNERVILLE WHEEL ALIGNMENT CO TWINS BODY SHOP, INC. Samsondale Avenue, Haverstraw (TALAMINI ’ S GARAGE) COMPLETE AUTO BODY REPAIRS & REFINTSHING Daytime Phone; HA 9-2520, Night 429-2961, 429-9073 Tom and Jim Gormley, Owners - 24 HOUR TOWING - PAUL URBAN PRO SHOP Approved P.G.A. Golf Professional McGRECOR, DUNLOP WOODS, IRONS, GOLF BALLS STARTER SETS, GOLF BAGS, GLOVES, SHOES, SHIRTS, etc. 170 GURNEE AVE, HAVERSTRAW »»4M4 Lomplele BRAKE, FRONT END and wheel alignment SERVICE 169 Railroad Ave, Garnerville W47 * 9«55 OIL - THE TROUBLE- FREE FUEL (NOW IS THE TIME TO SWITOI TO OIL!) ROCKLAND FUEL OILcO., INC SERVICE Millions of gallons of fuel oil stored in Rockland County at our Barge River plant. Call us for heating or oil service. ■.V HA 9-5670 EL 6-3899 PE 5-4011-2 358-0250 C h M Neuresi Office FAST24HR DELIVERY

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