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18 Mawcna, N.Y. Observer Thursday, August 7, 19W CHURCH ,_. MASSENA Area Churches Extend Welcome To Visitors Massena and area churches extend a cordial Welcome to all This listing! of services Is pub- lished In the Thursday edition with the thotjgbt In mind that many visitors In the area will \ wish to attend the church of their choice. Each clergyman is requested to make the necessary changes *ln this listing whenever he has \changed the hours at worship •^He should see that the notice lis kept up to date. The listing should Include,the hours of services and othe, reg : ularly scheduled m'eetlngr so -that it can be published week after week with a minimum of change. Special church. 2ven*s can be f \ mhlished as separate news terns \ Sacred Heart Ghwcb' San dav\Masses- 6 30. 7-45 9. 1015. 11 30 a m . and*7 pm Week *davs Masses. 7-30 am and 14-30 pm,: Holv Day Masses- fi 7. 8. 9 am and 6. 7 p m : First \.Fridav Masses. 6-30. 9 00 am and 4 30 p m Confessions S a t urdavs and before Sunday Mas- -ses Rsptlmlsms Snndav 2pm Miraculous Medal Novena everv Monday. 7-30 pm, The Rt Rev .Msgr. Herhert Hannan. pastor St. Mary's Church:' Svca _rnnre_J^._Sunday Masses. 7, 8-30. 10. 11 30 am and 5 6m Dallv Masses, ,} and 8am First Fridavs. 7 and 8 a m Ho- lv Davs. fi. 7-15. ftSO. 10 a m and 5 30 and 7pm Confessions Saturdays and vigils on Ho i v 'Davs. 4 and 7 p m„ Thursday, before First Fridav 4 to 5 pm -and 7-30 to 9 pm Holv -Hour at 7 30 pm Baptisms 'Sundays 1 pm - Miraculnur Me- dal Novena Mondays, 7:30 pm The Rt. Rev Joseph.L. Stlckel- meyer. pastor. The Christian and- Mission- ary Alliance Church. 5 Dover St Sunday. 9 45 a.m.. Sun day School: 11 00 a.m. Morn- ing Worship Service: 700 p.m Evening Praise Service Wed- nesday. 7-00 pm., Mit?-Week Praver Service Friday 700 p.m. Alliance Youth Fellow ship. Come and worship. The Rev. Samuel J. R Smith, pas-J tor * * Fort Covington United Meth- odist, Sunday School 9:15 a.m. Worship Service 10:50 a.m. iThe Rev Stanley E. Gleason, pastor. CITADEL CHAPEL In The Salvation Armv Building, Vic- tory Road Massena. Sunday adult service^ 11 00 a.m. and 6 00 p m Children's afternoon Sunday School 280 p.m: (Thursday nigfht. 7-30 pm. prayer meeting a* the home of |Mrs. Helen Kilkenny. 2 N. Main Street. Lieutenants John and Judith Cheydleur, com- manding officers Calvary Baptist Church, Mas- sena: Bible School,-10 a.m., Morning Worship .at' 11 J&.m-l Young people's meeting at 6:30 p.m -, Sunday Evening Service 7:30 Prayer meeting Wedn e s- day night at 7-30 The Rev. Ro- bert Taylor pastor Emmanuel Congregation a I Church Sunday Morning Wor- ship, crib room and nursery at 9:30. No church school until Sefh ternber. The Rev. Charlton E. Opdvke pastor St. lohn's Church: Sunday service 8am Holy Eucha- rist; 9 30 am., sung jEucha- rist. Rev Michael Lynch, rec- tor. Hogansburg: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-dav Saints. Suriday School; 10:30 a.m ;' Sacrament meeting 11:40 a.m.: Priesthood meeting 12:40 n.m. Branch President, William Moulton. . * Adath Israel Synagogue, Church St., ^.Massena. Sabbath Services, Friday 8:00 p.m.; Saturday 8:00 a.m. . Psalms, prayers and- beTiedtetions^cW ducted by adult and_. young members of the congregation: reading the weekly sections in the Holy Scroll of the five books of. Moses, The Torah, and ^explaining their contents, by the Honorary Rabbi Dr. L. L. Samets. Guests very wel- come. St. Joseph's Church: Snndgv Masses- 9-00 and 10 3>' a m 12 noon. 4 and 6 00 p.m HnfWsv Masses. 830 a m . 12 10. 3 30 • 30 and-5-flfl p m. Confessions Oir Saturday 4 to S p m 'nd 7 to 8 pin., and preredlnt every Mas« Msgr Morns L Dwver pastor Bombav South Rombav United Me'tlPf odist Worship Service 12 00 noon. The Rev Stanley E Gleason oastoi Bombay United Methodist. Morning Worship servtee 9 00; Sunday Sfhoo' 10 00. The Rev. Stanley F. Gleason. pastor. - First United Methodist Ch. Sunday Morning Worship Ser- vice at 9:00 The Rev. Allison C. ..W_ogd._ pastor. .. .. _ [ The First Baptist Church Main and East Orvis: 10 00 am Bible School: 11 00 am Church Service: 7 00 o m Eve nine Service: Thursday 7 30 -pm Prayer Meeting Rev Ri chard P Sweerser. Pastor Brasher Falls Brasher Falls United Meth- odist. Morning worship 11 15; Sunday\ School 1000; MYF at 7 30. -The R*«v Allan Best, pas- tor. - Church of Christ- Mass e n a. \Stindav services Bible- study 10 -am Worship Services. 11.a.31 and fi p m : Herald ot Truth vTV Channel 3. 9 30 a m : radV services 10-30 'a m and 9 30 ,,p,m Wednesday 7 p.m praver Meetings and Bible studv The ••church IS located at 1fi Stephen- ville St., Route 37, Albert C Powell., minister. 33 Colgate Dr t Pilgrim Holiness Church: Kfi East Orvis St., Massena. Sundays- School 10am- Morn- ing worship 11< Young People's -meeting 7 p.m.; Evangelistic •service 7-45,p.m ^Midweek Ser 'vice- Prayer meeting, Thurs- day. 7*45 pm Rev' Ronald ~Payne pastor ; Advent Christian Church 'Massena: Sundays. 9 45 a m \Sunday School: 11 a m Morn- ^ing Worship service 6 00 p m -Youth Fellowship; 7 00 pm lEvening Gospel Hour Wednes- days 7-30.p.m., Mid-week ser >1ce for Prayer and Bible study JViM-shlp _with__uB. 'tjaJErJendly, St. Patrick's Church, Bra- sher Falls Sunday Masses, 8:00 nnd 10 00 a.m.: and 5:30 p.m. Monday at 7:30 p.'m.. Novena and Mass. Saturday at 7 00 pm. ronfessions. The Rt. Rev . Msgr John M. Waterhouse, pastor. North Lawrence United Methodist Morning worship 900; Sunday School 10 00; MYF meets with Brasher Falls group at 7 30. The Rev. Allan Rest pastor. Hogansburg St. Patrick'! Church, Hogans- burg Sunday Masses will be at 8 30 and 10 30 am . confessions heard before each Mass Week- da • Holy Day Masses at 9 a m and 730 p m.. confessions before each Mass Confessions Miursdav evening at 7-30 First Fridav Mass at 7 OP a m Sac red Heart devotions and com munlon at 8 p m Confessions before both services. - j Hogansburg. Methodist Ch . Sunday School at 10, morni n g worship service at 11 Rev. Wil- liam G. Hart, minister. Hogansburg Assembly of-God Sunday services^ Sunday School 10-00 a.m.; Morning Worship at 11:00: Sunday evening senr ices. 7-30 Wednesdav night, Bi- ble studv and praver, 7 SO Public Cordially invited Wal- lace E Oree. pastor Raymondville United Methodist Church. Ravmondvtlle: 9 a.m.^Morning worship; 10 a m. Sunday School: 6-7 p.m., MYF. ages 11 ; years-\-and_up; -Choir rehearsal 6*30 p.m each Thursday; JWSCS 7-30 p^Tsl^MonrfayT)! each month. Res^_Charles A Stewart, pastor. Honkinton Cnngregat tonal Chnr e h. Church. School at 10 am; Morning Worship. 1120 am The Rev William E Feldt. pas- tor. T.onisville St. Lawrence Church. Louis ville. Wifiard Road- Sunday Masses Winter 7, 9 and 11; Summer. 7 8 30 and 10 30 Con- fessions Saturday evenings from 7-30 to 830 and befOT • each Mass Rev. George W. To- bin, pastor. Louisville Landing Free U n ion Church: Worship service. 9 15 am., Sunday School at 10 00 The Rev Charles H 1/ampard. pastor Louisville Community Church. Sunday Morning Worship Service at 10 00. The Rev.-James H. Nash, pastor. Norwood-Norfolk St. Philip's Church, Norwood. Sunday Worship Holy—Com- munion. 8 00 a.m ; Holy^Conv munion and sermon, 10 00. with ''hurch school directly ifter the service. The Rev David Plank, •-ector. Buckton United Methodist. Morning worship 10 -1.0. The Rev. Allan B*>st. pastor. Brookdale Bronkdale Wesleyan Church Sunday School. ,10 00: Morning Worship. 11 00: -Young peop i e. 7 00: Evening Service. 7 30; Wednesday evening prayeT meeting. 7 30 The Rev. Ren i.eth Morris, pastor Church' The Rev Charles 'Lampard, pastor H. \ Bethel Assembly of God. 'Massena, 170 Maple St. Sunday -8 a.m. Revival time. WMSA -1000 Sunday School, 1100, Morning Worship^Service; 7 30 \p.m Evangelistic Service Pray er meeting 7-30 p.m. Tuesday The Rev Me,tord R. Carriere -pastor Jehovah's Witnesses, Masse- na: Services Sunday.- ' pm at T220 Center St Group Bible stu- rdy Monday 8 p.m Theocratic \ministry development class 7 -to 9 p.m. Wednesday also at 1 Kingdom Hall, Center St. Pre- siding minister. Kerry Laven- Idoskl. Canton Seventh Day Adventist Church. 54 Court St., Canton Saturday. -9 30 a.m . Sabbath Schools 11 am.. Worship Ser vice. Elder Gordon Edgerton. Chinman Scotch Presbyterian Church, Chipman. No services ki Chip- man during July and August. Congregation unites 4 at Wadding; ton Church for 9.45 service.\ Fort Covington Fort Covington - First Pres- bvsterian Church, services Sun- day morning at 10 30 am v oung Peoples Meeting ThurR day at 730 p.m A welcome js extended to all. people. The Rev. Robert W Simonds, pas- tor - St. Paul's Lutheran Church, -Massena, Andrews St. Rd., near __ _ Intersection of St. Regis Blvd.,'Masses at 700 and 11 00 am \Routes 56-37 Sunday School and ia nd 8 00 p.m.: First Fr< d a y Fori Covington St. Mary's Church. Ft. Covington Sunday Masses at 8 30 and 10 00 a m and 4 30 om: Weekday Mass- es as announced: Holy Day .Adult Bible Class 9 30 a.m.: • Divine Worship, 10 45 See \This *ls The Ufa\ every Sunday. Channel 3, at 12 noon. The Rev. * Milton Berner, pastor. St. Andrew's Church, Nor- wood. Ma c ses: c und&v at 8 and 10 a.m.; holy days al 8 a.m and 6 p.m ; First Fridays at 1 1 m. \and 5 p.m Confessions'. Sari'-Hnvs agd eve of FBtf Frl day at. 4 id 7:30 p.m. Rev Francis B Ruddv nastor. Potsdam First Church ot Christ Set- enlist, Potgdaro: Sunday 11 00 a m Sunday school and church service Wednesday 8 pm tes timonial meeting. \ Readl n g Room at 2 Elm St open rues day, rhursday and Friday 2 to 4 p.m The church is located on «8 Elm St. Racket River Grace United Metho d i s Church. Worship Service. 9 30*1 Sunday School. 10 30. classes orovided from nurserv through high school, also an ad u 11 class All children In area cordially Invited to att<»sd Sun- day_SchooU5ie_Rev: William G Hart, minister-.. l State Has Good Picnic FaciKties Albany -f Picnic areas are the traveling family's favorite outdoor restaurant, says the New York State Department of Commerce. \----~- This casual way of roadside dining appeals to tourists and vacatiu.'iF.rs summering in the Empire State, Its appeal is often enhanced by surrounding scenery by heing as economi- cal as dming at home and by a fact first discovered by gour- mets - that food always tastes better outdoors. Picnic sites are found in all areas pt the state Most of the more-than_l20_state_ parks Jn New York have picnic facili- ties with outdoor fireplaces and tables. . Welfare Cuts CaK Waddinwton St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Waddington. Sunday morning Service, 9 30 The Rev Stuart. Thomas pastm Waddington Presbyter) a • Church Sunday Morning Wor ship Service at .11 00 Tb« Rev Stcnhen Doughty pastor SL Marys Church. Wadding ton. Sunday Masse* 8 00. 91R and 11 00: Holy Days.fl 00 am and 5 00 pm; Sacrament* of Penance. Saturday at 7:30 p m and befo>-» all Mass e 9 Very Rev. Msgr George N WWttaker Dastflr Waddington Presbyterian Ch. Sunday Morning Worship Serv- ice at 9:45 The Rev. Stephen Doughty, pastor. Westvilte First Presbyterian Church, services Sunday morn- ing at 9-15 am Young Peoples Meeting on Thursday at 7; 30 P m A wejcpme Is extended to aU people.The Rev. Robert. W Simonds. pastor , Winthrop United Church of Christ Church School for - nursery through^eighth grades. 10 am.. Morning Worship 10. am T h • Rev. WiHiam E. Feldt. pastor. West Stockholm 1 Norti a n\d West' Stockholm Method's» Churches Sunday. 9 30 am. worship service at-North Stock- holm; 10 30 a.m. Church School Morth Sfnrkhnirp 9-4. c am \hurcb School at West Stock •iolm, Ham: worship servi<-» rt - West Stockholm: 6,30 p m MYF c »mor high mep+ipo f<v ooth churches at West Stock nolm Rev. Leonard Buckli'\ lastor NOTICE All churches are asked to r* view the services published and to submit correctiaM as soon u possible. T. Parker Succeeds B.McMorran United Methodist Church. Norfplk; 9-45 a.m. Sunday [School: 11 a.m. Morning wor ship;, 6^p.m.. MYF for ages, A , b _ l years and up: ^r rehear dore ^ Rarker a retired fs^^rL^Xlf^y 7«J- ^ been, nam- eacb month Rev. Charles A ^ >]e state's new commissmn- Stewart Dast.or - l er oi U ans P ortatlon - ' Parker appointed Monday 'by Gov Rockerfeller, will sue- First United Met h od is t ceed J Burch McMorran of Church, Norwood. Sunday Morn- Troy. The job pays $37,275 a ing Worship Service at 9:00. The year. Rev M Russell Lee. pastor; I McMorran retired Thursday Mrs. Lee Richards director of after having reached the man- music. Idatory .retirement age . of 70, E. Burton Hughes is- acting commissioner until Parker takes over on Sept. 2. Parker 60, was last assigned as chieT ot staff o' the Surpeme Headquarters AlliexL—JEowers. United Church of Christ Nor- wood Church School 9 45 a m Worship Service, 1100 a.m: Pilgrim Fellowship each Sun tav^TTXTTrnTTfie\ Rev~Harry Myer.\ pastor in Europe (SHAPE). As the chief of staff there, Parker headed a staff headquarters of Free Methodist Church 01 morerthan 600 officers and 2, Norwood Pastor- The Rev. W 500 other personnel from na- Dale Buhl Sunday School Unions o» the North Altantic a.m Worship 11 ajn SundayJ Treaty Organization evening service, v p.m I He'previously served as the \ I Army's deputy chief of staff Norfolk Wesleyan Church, for ipilitary operations and di- Nbrfolk Sunday. 10a.m.. Sunday ^ ed i he ^ dup 0 ?. {orc « s School; 11 a.m., sermon by pas- du ™g * p c ^- cnsis - , H e tor; 715 p.m.,. class meeHng, wa s, a Commanding general of Erwin Bush, leader; 7 30. vourfg artillery jn the Eighth Army people's meeting, led-by Mai- during the Korean War -and colm Starks; 7:45. evening ser .operations officer for the Ninth vice. Wednesday. 7:30, prayer I Army in Europe during World meeting The Rev. John Gran- |War [ } , ,. - . ger. pastor. ! ™ P ? ker ' wh ° n °^, h , ve , S „ ! n Washington, was Rockefeller s executive officer while the Church oi the Visitation, Nor-' governoi was a special assis- tolk: Saturday confessions at 7:30 p.m. Sunday Masses at 8 and 10 a.m. First Fridays Mass at 7:30 p.m. Contestons be-,' Masses at 11 0C am and 8 p.m : Confessions on Saturday 7 30. 8 45 p m. and before all! Masses Kev. I'homas J. KobU-Jpointment. Rev. George lard, pastor. Lemieux. pastor tant to President Eisenhower. As transportation. com missiomi. he will coordinate over-all planning for improve- tore Mass Holy Days Masses ment 0* mass transportation at 8 a.m. 10 a m ,'and 7 3( p m facilities throughout the state Baptisms and weddings by ap and be responsible for road A. and airport development and contraction. J i In recent years, many fan* ilies have discovered that pic- nicking on an island can be-| fun. Nine state-owned island; on Lake George are reseryei for picnickers. Island parks in therTliousand islandsrregion-of the St Lawrence River also ca- ter to ih£ picTuckirigclientele.\ Picnicking is no problem along the 559-mile New York State Thruway. Eleven parking]dack and rest areas line the route betweeh Catskill and Hamburg. Ta.bles are provided on the rest area grounds Some 30 Thruvfey service areas al so have picnic tables set up on the grass near the parking area Picnic and rest areas with tab- les are , available to travelersers on the Adirondack Northway, North-South Expressways, op Route 17 Quickway and other major highways in the state. Drinking water is available at some areas. Picnickers With a yen foi cooking hot dogs or hamburgers wiP have to use their own barbecuer^riils or|state hibartii sets. If your take your dog on a picnic, vou ought to be aware that four state park regions— Taconi\ Niagara Frontier, and Long island and Palisades - have, ho objection to dogs, pro- viding they are kept on a leash, Albany — There are state funds available to pro- vide additional money this year for education and wel- fare, or for the New York City transportation system Gover- nor Rockefeller said Friday, \The cupboard , is bare as far as' 1 the state is concerned, there is simply no more] money\ the governor said. Drawing his hand across his neck, he added \and the tax- payers have had it up to here as far as taxes are con- cerned\ Rockefeller used the \up to here\ gesture three times when <-eporters asked him if there was any chance of re- storing money ciii from wel- fare «id education programs earlier this year, or providing financial' assistance jtp New York City's ailing transpor- tation system. . RocKefeller. holding his first Capitol news conference in three months . told reporters, that the outlook for next year wasn't much brighter. He said he did not want, to speculate at this time on-the need for more taxes or further cutbacks in|' 1970, hut he said there would be a_!_'tigHt\ staje JMget. no,political future of Sen. Edward' Kennedy, D Mass. \I would not presume to add my voice to what has already been said except that every- body leelb deeply for him (Kennedy), for the family and especially for the girl — It's all very sad,\ Rockefeller said. Rockefeller <epeated his en- dorsement of State Sen. John Marchi for-mayor of New Later in the day,-Rockefeller traveled to; Blue Mountain Lake where ne dedicated a new building at the Adiron Museum— He told 400 members of the museum asso' ciaiaon that he would campaign this fall for the conservati 0 n bill of rights amendment to the state constitution In Albany, the governor branded as \absolutely false\ charges by Democratic lead- that there was a cushion of as much as $1 billion built, into the present state budget to help restore state aid funds next year when he will seek re election. \The only basic hope for continuing the rate of improve- ment we have enjoyed in this 1 -wiH-depend-6n~what-the federal governmen] can pro- vide us' : he said.\ He added that he did not expect any in- crease in federal funds. would be available in time for the current fiscal year: On other subjects, Rockefel- ler refused to speculate on the York. \The Republican party in New Yjrk City has elect e d Mr. ^Marchi. as its mayoral candidate and I have said I would support that decision,\ he. said 'But, I will not cam paign.\ -The governor said he was surpnsed\by the outcome of the June primary election, in which Marchi defeated Mayor John V Lindsay. Rockefeller did-not-elaborate.^ , Rockefeller said his decision to support Republican cand i dates, but not campaign for them, also applied to the Buf- falo mayoral race, where Mrs. Alfreda Slominski, described as an ultra-conservative by her opponents is the GOP candi- date. TJie_goyernor_ said he expec- ted a special session of the legislature, will.be_called inJfo- John Story 34 Glenn St. Off John's Desk Middle age is when a person starts thinking about resigning from the Jet Set and joining the Set Set. (Dan Ben- •'aete.\ *• K : -^^-^••,U^ The Spear Agency, Inc. William C. Ward — John Story \ Licensed Brokers Dial 769-2404 - Massena vember to deal with the profc. lem of reapportioning the state's 41 congressional districts. A court order has mandated the redistricting by early next year. The governor in the only per- son in the state with the power to call a special session, and he sets the agenda While not ml- ing out the possibility, he indi- cated that other topics such as the shortage of welfare and of school funds, would nbt be tak- en up at the special session. Panama Hate The so-called Panama, or Jipijapa hats, made of Toquilla straw, are manufactured in Ecuador. They are called \Panama\ because gold rush pioneers first found then! on sale there. government's ending in 1968, . -During the fiscal _ year . nearly 17 billion, pounds of food, costing $368 million, was donated through its various outlets' ' s ' Hear the Gospel of Christ Preached Nightly in a Mi August 10th through 15th Sunday 11:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. Week Nites, 7:30 p.m. ALFRED P. HARTWIG&EN Speaker Niagara Palls, N.Y. IffassenaChurdiotChfist St. Regis Blvd. '(EasjLotAmes)^ _ ~ji hERE'SjtlE REAL • t. Get the real scoop when you get ice cream. Get DAIRVLEAi-Thatfs the leaf one. Real because it's made with real cream. Plenty of real cream. And it really comes through in the flavor! Whichever DAIRYLEA ice cream flavors you buy, they have one beautiful thing In common they all have that real cream flavor., , Nothing but nothing else can come a nywhere close to it. DAIRYLEA Ttew£Al CREAM JCC CREAM .,. FROM rt<E BE^L dAiny pcopk .-*TlW*->--W.•* - ^^^SffisijSg^'^mm^m^'\*^^ «7<*~ « w ^„«rt*» ) W l .m«iH' l »^\^\'-'i»\'«' 111 ^ \\\•»iW1W ;w#wnwiii|iiai)j

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