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Rockland County times weekly. (Haverstraw, N.Y.) 1889-current, December 30, 1971, Image 6

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Six The Bockland County Times, Havcrstraw, N. Y., December 30, 1971 HAversUw 9-2000 xy o LAST PUNCH-OUT: Postmaster John Sim- ko, at left and Mail Carrier James Clark face the camera as Mr. Clark punched out on the lime clock at the Haverstraw post office, af- Swim Team •Sets Records 4 The North Rockland Swim Team, in its home debut took a 56-39 victory from visiting Newburgh on Dec. 13. The Raiders set individual and two relay school records. Ned McEwan led the Raiders attack by taking double wins the distance f-ccstyle events, setting e 2:09.3 mark in the 200 yard .teestyle and 4:46.2 in the 400 yard freestyle. Other wins inclJue Peter Durant in the 100 yard butterfly and Jack Jersey in the 100 yard breaststroke, both setting new Raider times. Rick Meyer broke the School Individual Medley record with a 2:36.2 time. Charlie Kavanaugh of New ­ burgh led the Goldbacks with wins in the Individual Medley and 100 yard freestyle. This vie I tory gives North Rockland a 1-1 record. The results: 200 Yard Medley Relay: N. R. (Guy Augesen, Jack Jersey, Joe Green. Bud Hubert) Time 2:03.6: 200 Yard Freestyle: Ned Mc ­ Ewan, NR, Ed Clearwater, N. .lohn Brack, NR, Time 2:09.3: ' 200 Yard Individual Medley: Charles Kavanagh, N, Rick Meyer, NR. Harold Everson. INR, Time: 2:34.2: 50 Yard Freestyle: Tim Hiel. 1 N, Peter Durant. NR. Ken Men- •rie. N. Time: 0:25.7; 1 Diving: Steve Doxsey , N. Mike Diederich, NR, Peter Mil more, NR. 88.80 points: 100 Yard Butterfly; Peter Durant, NR, Jeff Kennedy, N. Ned McEwan. NR, Time:l:12.4; 100 Yard Freestyle: Charles Kavanagh, N, Jim McGuinness, , NR, Tim Heil.N, Time: 59.6; j 400 Yard Freestyie; Ned Me I Ewan, NR, Bud Hubert. NR, , John Fiannery, N, Time: 4:46.2; • 100 Yard Breaststroke: Jack , .Icrsey, NR, Bouton, N, Volpe. • N, Time: 1:16.3; . 400 Yard Medley Relay: NR. ■ John Brack, Terry Monahan. ■ Kick Meyer, Jim McGuinness, ; Time: 4:16.4. ; Horse Race Bettors i Are Taxed $172MM • ; New York State ’ s revenue • from 1,450 days of horse racing I in 1971 is expected to exceed by ; about $50,000 the $172 million collected in a 1,386-day season ; in 1970. • Tax Commissioner Norman Gallman said total revenue for ; 1971 — not including receipts J from the 15-day meeting cur- » rently being run at Monticello > Raceway nor the State ’ s share \ of the proceeds from off-track • betting between April 8 and ;Dec. 31 — was $171,387,869. • Receipts from the Monticello .meeting are expected to amount Ito about $150,000. The State's ;one-half of one per cent share of •offtrack betting for the eight •months to Dec. 15 is $537,395. '■ ’ /With an estimated $20,000 for !the balance of the year. t I Swim Team Split Before Holiday The North Rockland High School Swim Team earned a victory and suffered a defeat just before the Christmas holi ­ day. On Dec. 16, the Raider mer- . men defeated the Marlboro Dukes, 56-39. Ned McEwan. Jim McGuinness, Rick Meyer and Jack Jersey took first places for the battling Raider team. The Raider team also scored first in the 200 yard medley and 400 yard free style relays. The Raiders lost on Dec. 20 to a strong Pint. Bush Club, 61- 34. Ned McEwan set a new school record of 4: 43.5 in the 400 free style event. McEwan. Rick Meyer and Peter Durant scord first place wins for North Rockland. ter 36 years of government service. Mr. Cleric retired Christmas Eve. Looking on are fellow postal workers, Edward MakowskI, Michael DIGregorio, and William J. Freeman Jr. J. Flanagan Photo Service Freight Trains In Head-on Wreck Two Penn Central trainmen are in Benedictine Hospital. Kingston, and three others were treated and released after two freight trains collided head-on at Mount Marion, in Ulster County early on Christmas Day. Engineer Lawrence Gilbo, 60. of Cliffside Park, is in critical condition and the fireman, Frank Carcick, 57, of West New York was less seriously hurl. Four locomotive units and 13 cars of a 112-car northbound train went off the track after the collision. The four engines of a 104-car Selkirk to Weehaw- ken train went off the track. The wreckage caught fire. Service was restored on Sunday. Area Banks Listed In State ’ s Largest Banks with offices in this area are among the largest in New York Stale. The holding com ­ pany banks are listed accord ­ ing to the amount of their de ­ posits on June 30, 1971. Among those listed according to size of deposits were: 15th. County Trust Co., White Plains. $914 million; 2Sth Empire Na ­ tional Bank, Middletown, $370 million: 33rd. Marine Midland Bank. Southeastern New York. Poughkeepsie. $256 million 6th. Bankers Trust Co., New York, $8,454 million. AWAY FOR HOLIDAYS Miss Muriel Davies of West- side ave. spent the Christmas weekend in Bethesda, Md. TOO HEAVY FOR TRACK: This trailer, loaded with ma ­ chinery, hung up on the West- side ave grade crossing of the Penn Central Railroad when the trailer body dragged on the crossing. The trailer was dragged from its predicament by Chuck's Esso Towing Ser ­ vice of Garnerville. The ma ­ chinery was destined for the Bowline Point plant, but for some reason could not be un ­ loaded and the trucker, the- McCormick Highway Trans ­ portation of Schenectady, was taking the load back out of the village when the mishap oc ­ curred. Photo by Haverstraw Camera Mart. PATRON SAINT'S DAY FOR PAWLYK Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Paw- lyk of Fourth st. entertained a party of friends for dinner on St. Nicholas Day. Mr. Pawlyk ’ s name day. Rou ’ re JUST AHEAD MAY tACH DAY BE A NEW ROAD TO HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS. HAVERSTRAW FORD Nyack High Grad In Naval Program Navy Hospitalman Apprentice Christopher A. Nau, son of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Nau of 269 Cottage rd., Valley Cottage, has completed the recruit phase of the Navy ’ s Four-To-Ten-Month active duty program. He graduated from the Naval Air Reserve Training Unit at Memphis, Tcnn., and is sched ­ uled to be assigned to special ­ ized Navy training. His train ­ ing will last from four to ten months. He will then become a mem ­ ber of the active reserve and train one weekend each month at a Naval Reserve facility near his home. He is a 1969 graduate of Ny ­ ack High School, and attended Rockland Community College, before entering the service. Swerves Across Zone, Kills 2 Hitch Hikers Robert M. Spendilini. 21. of East “ artford. Conn., and Felix WiUiaii.s. 22. of Croton, Conn., hitch hiKers. were killed Thurs ­ day evening at the Palisades Parkway exit from the Thru ­ way. They were standing on the roadside when a car driven by Felix Rubino of Dobbs Ferry be ­ gan to exit from the highway. The driver changed his mind, ran across a traffic island and struck down the two men. Mr. Rubino was arrested for driving while intoxicated and held in $200 bail for Clarkstown Justice ’ s Court. Sinopoli Family Lost Dad at Holiday The Sinopoli family was be reaved at Cliiistmaa time with the death of their father and grand father. Peter P. Sinop ­ oli, on Dec. 23. Friends paid their respects at the McGowan Funeral Home. 133 Broadway, and on Monday there was a Mass of the Resurrection at the Church of St. Gregory Barbari- go, Garnerville, followed by in ­ terment in St. Peter ’ s cemetery. Mr. Sinopoli leaves two daugh ­ ters, Mrs. Patrick Armida of Stony Point and Mrs. Dominick D'Ambrosio of Irvington, three sons. Joseph and Frank of Stony Point, and Anthony of Garner ­ ville. and nine grandchildren. Mr. Sinopoli also leaves a sis ­ ter in Florida and a brother in his native Italy. Mr. Sinopoli, wlio was 62, lived at 38 Jones dr., Garner ­ ville. He lived in Yonkers be- lore coming to Rockland Coun ly. A veteran of overseas army service during Woild War f, he was employed in construction work before his retirement. PITIGLIANO DIED Charles T. Pitigliano, 47, of 3 Valley rd.. Stony Point, died on Dec. 14. He leaves his wife, a brother, and a sister. He also is survived by his father. Frank, with whom he formerly worked at the Spiewak factory. He also operated Stony Point Caterers and Charlie ’ s Place in Congers. HOSPITAL OFFICER'S WIFE IS DEAD Mrs. Marian Fuller of Upper Nyack died Dec. 23. Her hus ­ band, G. Prescott Fuller, is treasurer of Nyack Hospital. Retired Stone Co. Worker ’ s Funeral A mass of the Resurrection was offered Monday in the Church of the Immaculate Con ceptlon, Tomkins Cove, for Peter Quattrociochi, who died Dec. 23 at Nyack Hospital. The funeral took place from the Edward C. Finn Funeral Home, Stony Point, where he was in repose, and interment was in St. Peter's cemetery on Route 9W. A 50-year veteran with New York Trap Rock Corp., Mr. Quattrociochi was well known to all the quarry men. He was born in Italy 68 years ago. but spent most of his life in this area. Survivors Include his wife. Mrs. Marie Rotella Quattro ciochi, a son, Peter, and a daughter, Mrs. Frank (Mar ion) Dickinson, and five grand ­ children, all of Stony Point. Also surviving are two sisters in Italy. Frederick Heckel Of Threefold Farm Frederick Heckel, 65, long in (crested in the development of Threefold Farm on Hungry Hoi low dr., south of Spring Valley, died on Friday. He was noted for his support of organic farm ­ ing. A reporter for the New York Times many years ago, he was a writer and lecturer on ecology and philosophy. A memorial service was held at the farm Monday and cremation was at Hartsdale. George M. Holt Fu ­ neral Home handled the ar ­ rangements. Carbon Monoxide Winter Peril Dr. Holhs S. Ingraham. State Health Commissioner, has is sued a warning about the dan gers of carbon monoxide poi soning which can occui any where there is burning. Improperly vented fireplaces and heaters, unadjusted fum aces, and indoor use ul char coal grills are some oi carbon monoxide's many sources. Ini ­ tial signs ol exposure to the gas are headaches, lightness around the lorehead, and throb ­ bing temples. It the exposure continues, nausea, rapid heart beat and death may follow. Dr. Ingraham cautions against (he indoor use ot charcoal burn ­ ing equipment such as grills, hibaches. barbecues and he strongly warns against running a car ’ s engine indoors even for a minute. He suggests that your car's heater air intake be closed when in heavy traffic or a tun ­ nel to prevent carbon monoxide from gathering in your car. AUTO DEATH IN RAMAPO Mrs. Richard (Johanna) Pet- zold of Hillburn died in Good Samaritan Hospital, Suffern, on Sunday. She was a passenger in a oar involved in a collision at Forshay rd. and Grand View ave. in Ramapo earlier that day. a- .0 ' V £1 ^ a. ^ If CHINESE AUCTION PLANNED BY CYSTIC FIBROSIS A Chinese Auction will be held by Hudson Valley Chapter, Cystic Fibrosis, at the Orange and Rockland auditorium. Spring Valley, at 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 5. 1972. Route 9W — West Haverstraw 947-2500 IE FREEZE IS HEREI OIL - THE TROUBLE- FREE FUEL (NOW IS m TIME TO SWIT(» TO OIL!) ROCKLAND FUEL CO., INC. SERVICE Millions of gollons of fuel oil stored in Rockland County of our Barge River plant. Coll us for heating or oil service. HA 9-5670 EL 6-3699 PE 5-4011-2 3584)250 Call Ngar^Bt OEEice i# Va ^ SCHOOL MUSICALE: II was Christmas with music at the Stony Point Elementary School, where children presented a Christmas play. The cast is pictured at a dress rehtasal before they presented the show to their fallow pupils and adult visitors to the school. Bthifd the children are Mrs. Jacqueline Mtrann, music teacher, and Miss Vivian BarkdiJI, teacher of the third grade children takkg part In the play. J. Flanagan Photo Servi«. GRADUATES COMMAND NEW STATION: Good Samar ­ itan Hospital's third In-service Coronary Care course gradu ­ ated ten nurses who wilt com ­ mand the Coronary Care Units by monitoring the consoie which technology has made available. These nurses are actually closer to the patient's bedside and more aware of the patient's condition than ever before. Pictured with Leon Andersen, M.D., direc ­ tor of the Coronary Care Unit, are Mrs. Kathy Bartt, R.N., in-service Instructor, far right, are the new gradu ­ ate Registered Nurses. Seatec from left, are Susan Antonelt Nancy Techenor, Sandra Jo sephson, Elizabeth CapMce standing. Instructor GlorL Picariello, Violet Hylas, Lyn Gross, ina Ripps, Margate Murray and Barbara Payone Ddin: freeze qp at the thooght of financing a new car this winter: Our full-feature new car loan with the low, low rate can save you cold cash. County Trust cares enough to have a money-saving rate on new car loans. And it ’ s a full-feature car 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 car. No cost if you decide not to buy. Term of Loan Amount You Receive FINANCE CHARGE Amount of Note Monthly Payment ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE ' 12 Months $1.(KK) $2,000 $3,000 $ 47 12 $ 94 24 $141.36 $1,047,12 $2,094.24 $3,141,36 $ 87.28 $174.52 $261.78 8.59% 24 Months $1,000 $2,000 $3,000 $ 98.72 $197.68 $296.64 $1,098.72 - $2,197.68 $3,296.64 $ 45.78 $ 91.57 $137.36 9.22% 36 Months $1,500 $2,000 $3,000 $233.76 $311.92 $487.88 $1,733.76 $2,311.92 $3,467.88 $ 48.16 $ 64.22 $ 96.33 9.67% County TVust Hovertfraw 1 Broadwoy Haverstraw Drive-In, Route 9W A M*mb«r ol The Bank o( N.wYork Company, Inc. • Mambai Newaty Drive-In, 1 15 South Main Alongside library I Depoiit Iniuronco Corporation FAST24HR DELIVERY

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