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C l a s s i f i e d A d v e r t i s i n g Page Four—NEWS, Margaretville, N. Y. Thurs., June 8, 1972 PARK AND POWER—One of the parking areas of Mine Kill State Park is in the foreground and the Blenheim-Gilboa Pumped Storage Power Project powerhouse in the background. The New York State Power Authority has awarded a contract for work on the second phase of the new park, which is scheduled for com­ pletion next year. Story on page 1. CHURCH SERVICES St. Aim’s Catholic Church, Andes: Sunday mass, 77:30 a.m. Our Lady of Good Counsel, Rox'bury: Sunday mass at 8 a.m. Sacred Heart, Margaretville: Saturday evening mass at 7 p.m.; Sunday morning mass at 10. Cabin Hill United Presbyteri­ an Church, Rev. Felix Milas, pastor. Church sen'ice, 11:30 a.m. Pleasant Valle.y United Meth­ odist Church, Mrs. Murray Walters. Church service, 9:30 a.m .. St. James’ Church, Episcopal, Lake Delaware, route 28, north of Andes. Sunday sei-vices: 8 and 11 a.m. Rev. F. C. Tatem, pastor. And<\s United Presbyterian Church will have a guest speak­ er. Sunday school, 10 a.m.; church service, 11 a.m. Andes Unit e d Methodist Churcli, Rev. Murray Walters, pastor. Church service, 9:30 a.m.; Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. Advent Christian Church, Margaretville^ pastor, George Boatwright: Sunday school, 10- 11 a.m.; Sunday servicc, 11 a.m.-12. Wednesday prayer, 8 p.m. Margaretville United Method­ ist Church, Kenneth B. Truran, minister: Sunday, 9:45 a.m., church school; 11 a.m., worship with sermon by the minister, “The Use of Adversity, W'ed- nesday, 7:30 p.m., choir; 9 p.m.. Midweek meditation. Clovesville Bible Baptist Church, Fleischmanns, Richard Prue,' pastor: Thursday, 7:30 RUMMAGE SALE at T h e F r o n t T h r i f t S h o p Fleisclunanns, N. Y. Ju n e S - Ju n e 14 12-6 p.m. EVERGREEN LANES, INC. Margaret\'ille, N. Y. O P E N B O W L I N G Monday—2 to 5 p.m., 10:30 p.m. to close. Tuesday—10 p.m. to close. Wednesday—2 to 5 p.m., 10 p.m. to close. Thursday—2 to 5 p.m., 10 p.m. to close. Friday—10 p.m. to close. Saturday—4 p.m. to close. Sunday—4 p.m. to close. W e l f a r e O v e r s p e n t Shavertown O n t e o r a G i r l s R u n Kingston.—The Ulster county legislature was told Monday night that the county social service department is likely to overspend its welfare budget by more than $1,350,000 this year. Legislator Douglas V. Dye said that perhaps 10 per cent of E>er- sons collecting welfare in Ulster county are not eligible for assistance. p.m., prayer and Bible study, theme, “How to Lead a Soul to Christ.” Sunday, Juno 11, 10 a.m., Bible school with graded lessons for all ages, nursery through senior adults; 11 a.m., special Children’s day service, children participation by class- , es. Message by the pastor, “Take dare of the Little Sheep\; 7 p.m., Water Baptis­ mal service in an outdoor pool at the church. Bible message, “Buried With Him in Baptism.” Hymn sing. Marjjaretvi lle-N cvv Kingston Unit<Kl Presbyterian Parish, Revs. Linda B. and William H. Hai'ter, pastors, Sunday serv­ ices: New Kingston, 9:30 a.m. (nursery available); Margarot- ville, 11 a.m. (nursery avail­ able). Sunday school. Now Kingston to resume in Septem­ ber; Vacation Bible .school in August; Margaretville, 11 a.m. (nursery - four). Wednesday night Christian education pro­ gram, New Kingston, grades 5-12, 8 p.m.; Margaretville, grades 9-12, 8 p.m. For infor- m;ition about Childvcn’.s and Senior choirs, camping pro­ grams, and Vacation Bible schools, the pastoi-s may be con­ tacted. By iLeland Titch Shavertown, June 8 Bob Brinley was in and out of his air strip last week with bis 6-passenger Cessna. Prog­ ress on his new house in the upper reaches of the long meadow under the hill from the strip is well underway. The Ganbarino brothers, Dan and Frank, each caught a fine brown trout from the reservoir in about 25 feet of water Sat­ urday. Both specimens tipped the scales at more than 15 pounds eacdi and were caught from the same boat on the same day, K i n g s t o n F l o o d e d Kingston.—Streets were flood­ ed and cellars filled with water in many parts of Kingston after an inch and a half of rain fell last week Wednesday morning. NEED A WELL? Cleanest, cheapest, most effi­ cient drillers of water wells. Call for free estimate. \iTitan also specializes in well pumps, parts and service. TITAN DRILUNG Arkville, N. Y. 12406 Phone 914-586-4000 W c p lan an d p r o ­ vide the com fort a n d co n \cn icn c c w h ich w ill fulfill y o u r need w h e r e v ­ er ser\’ice is re ­ q u ir e d . J O H N R . F I T Z S I M M O N S OWNER-DIRECTOR H E R R I C K F U N E R A L H O M E Margaretville Phone 586-4811 A w a y i n R e l a y Onteora high school’s girls varsity track squad set a school record in the 440 relay and tied another en route to a 66-28 victory over Kingston high Mon­ day. The 440 relay quartet that set a new OCS standard in 56.4 seconds included Andrea Bow­ den, Elena Fagerstrom, Alicia Collins and Jeanne Latoff. Alicia Collins, who scored one of the two doubles for Onteora, tied the 50-yard hurdle record at 8 seconds. Lisa Vantini registered her double in the running long jump and 44Q yards. Alicia Collins won the discus throw and 50- yard hurdles. PARCHMENT FARM C h a n g e s A ll th e T im e BOOKS, RECORDS, MUSIC, ART and CRAFT SUPPLIES Mon. thru Sat. 10 to 5 M a i n S t., M a r g a r e t v il l e ^ D E m n LIQUOn STORE W I N E S an d S P I R I T S O P E N M o n .—T h u rs. 9:00 A .M . to 9:00 P .M . Fri. and Sat. 9:00 A .M . to 10:00 P.M . F R E E D E L I V E R S PHONE AKK.-\ i on' 32E-77B E B a b y S ittin g WILL BABY SIT in my home, day or night. Call 586-4402. 2 j 8 c 3 _________________ Business Services ^ PAINTING, paneling, plaster­ ing and paperhanging, very reasonable. Call Frank at 586-4503. ____________ QUALITY UPHOL.STERV Service—G. Schlick. Decora­ tors, Downsville Furniture and Upholstery Store. Downs­ ville 607 363-2248. ol8tfc4 CATsiaL.L MT. TREE CARE Expert Pruning, Trimming Removal and Topping VERNON PRATER Dry Brook Rd. Arkville Tel. 586-4247 Also Adv. in Business Directory f24tfc4 E X C A V A T I N G B U L L D O Z I N G B A C K H O E W O R K W a t e r an d S e w e r L ines S e p tic System s C o m p lete F o u n d a tio n s P a tio s S a n d - G r a v e l - T o p Soil Ralph DeBari & Sons, Inc. M a r g a r e t v il l e 586-2656 NEED YOUR LAWN MOWED ? Call 586-4026 between 7 and 9 pm. ________________ .i8r>4 LAWN MOWERS repaired and serviced. William Finch, Halcotcsville, 607 - 326 - 2686. je8lfc4 LAWNS or HAY FIELDS CUT —Big jobs a specialty. Also landscaping, hedges trimmed. Flowing. Call Bloom Farms, 586-4861. j8tfc4 ALUMINUM SIDING, gutters, leaders, trim and window specialists, 30-year guarantee on all work. James V. Jer­ ome, Associated Aluminum Corp., 914 586-4331. Arkville. a 151 fci Intei’ior and. Exterior Spray Painting. Free E.stimates Hauling and Moving Dump Truck Available for Hire Reasonable Prices Blocm Farms 586-4861 je8tfc4 JIM BEERS Ma’garervuie, N. Y. Electrical Contractor House W'^iring Elcctric Heat Installation Trailer Services Tel.-586-4549 m6tfc4 C a r d s of T h a n k s 5 a27tfc4 A t t e n d a n t K i l l e d Kingston.—William E. Gray, who was riding as an ambulance attendant on a call Saturday, was killed as the vehicle was struck at a Kingston intersec­ tion by a garbage truck. Gray, who would have been 19 Sun­ day, was employed by his father, Gilbert E. Gray, propri­ etor of the Kingston Ambulance service. The ambulance driver and garbage truck driver were injured. G a r a g e D e s t r o y e d Davenport. — Lightning touched off a fire that heavily damaged the D. and F. Mac- Cracken garage at Daveiiport early Sunday morning. A Mer­ cedes automobile was destroyed and three cars damaged. I would like to thank Dr. Huggins, ambulance attendants, nursing staff and entire hos­ pital staff for their kindness and excellent care I received as a patient at the hospital. Also thanks to Peg Kelder, Emma Keiffer, Rev. Terwilliger, friends and family for the lovely flowers and cards received. Thanks again and all take care. je8c5 Nina Johnson There is no way I can ade­ quately express my thanks for all the acts of kindness and concern shown me and my fam­ ily dui’ing the past few months of my illness. I hope this note of thanks reaches all those, many whose names I do not know, who contributed toward the beautiful color TV set and purse of money presented to me soon after I left the hospital. I am deeply grateful to Dr. Ansari, Dr. Halim, the nurses, nursing aides, and all the per­ sonnel of the Margaretville Me­ morial Hospital who helped so much in the regaining of my health. j8p5 Kenneth B. Truran WHOLE GRAINS & FLOUR,FRESH BREAD. NATURAL VITAMINS,CHEESES, NUTS & NUT BUTTERS,DRY FRUIT, HERB TEAS, HONEY FERTILE EGGS,CEREALS. m a in s t r e e t m a r g a r e tv ille m e n . - s a t . 1 0 - 6 FOR RESERVATIOXS PHONE 386-4437 Just what you’\e been waiting for—a Day Camp for the Fleischmanns, Margaretville, ArkvUle, Pine Hill, Big Indian and Roxbury Areas. For the personal attention and supervision you want for your child. W’e’ll know where your children are all day. C A M P T A - R I - G O FLEISCHMANNS, N. Y. 914-254-5086 ^ • Boys and Girls 5-15 Established 1937 . • Private Lake—Swimming, Boating & Water Skiing ® A complete Athletic and Cultural Program • Mature and Experienced Staff • FEE — §50 Per Week • Lunch and Afternoon Snack Included Many Special Evening Events - Instruction in All Sports For Iformation—Write or Call Jack Pinsky 14 Squirrel Drive East Rockaway, N. Y. 11518 516-593-4410 Arnold Pinsky 3 Tremblay Road East Brunswick, N. J. 08816 201-254-0992 VWWIIMWWWWIAfWWIMMWIMAAAMfWWWIMAAMAAMMAAMfWWWWIMfl L O G H O M E S non • M ANY MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM • CUSTOM LOG HOMES • LOG .BARNS, MOTELS, RESTAURANTS, STABLES rustic com ffortablj^ & char ■ ^ ' VISIT OUR FACTORY AND SEE OUR MODEL HOMES — O N ROUTE 30 4 MILES NORTH OF MARGARETVILLE designers and manufacturers of log homes non A L T A I N D U S T R I E S L T D . P . O . B O X a s H A U C O T T S V I L L E , N . Y . 1 S 4 3 8 • a'I4 - 5 B B - 4 4 a 'I C a r d s of T h a n k s 5 The Senior Citizens wish to thank you, the Town Board of Shandaken and especially Archie Aley and Eugene Gorm- ley for the Senior Citizens bench in the “Senior Citizens Park” opposite the post dffice in Phoenicia. je8p5 I want to thank Dr. Halim, Dr. Huggins, the nurses, nurses aides and all personnel of the Hospital for the excellent care I received while a patient there. Thanks also to friends and relatives who sent me cards, flowers and gifts. j8c5 Ruth Buckalew I wish to thank Dr. Ansari, Dr. Huggins, the nurses, nurses aides, and all the personnel of the Margaretville Hospital for the excellent care I received while a patient there. Also thanks to relatives and friends who visited and sent flowers and cards. je8c5 Herbert Graham I want to thank Mr. Eugene Gormley for the wonderful way in which he liandled the burial of my sister after she was sen*' here from Florida. I also wish to thank Reverend Howard Deats for his prayer and com­ forting words. Also want to thank relatives for flowers. j8c5 Lewis Newell I wish to thank all those who came to my rescue the day of my fall, the Sweeneys, the am­ bulance squad, emergency squad at Margaretville Hospital, also Kingston Hospital. I wish to thank those who sent cards, came to call, brought in food, flowers, and other gifts. I also wish to thank Dr. Gallo and Dr. Galyon. je8c5 Emma Barnes C a r d s of T h a n k s 5 I wish to thank all my friends and family for prayers, cards, letters, gifts received while I was in the hospital. Each ex­ pression of thoughtfulness was greatly appreciated. j8c5 Ola Gardner F a r m S u p p lies 6 ATTENTION, FARMERS—We are now taking orders for sawdust. Fill up now or make arrangements for win­ ter. Marion Dorsett, phone 607 832-4342. ________ 4jel5c6 F o r R e n t 7 3-ROOM apartment available July 1, over Hardware Store. Dorothy Bloodgood, 586-4717. j8c7 NEWLY DECORATED three- bedroom apartment, two miles from Margaretville, furnished or unfurnished. Call 586-4841 for appoint­ ment. j27tfc7 NEW, MODERN 3 - bedroom ranch, tastefully furnished, fireplace; acres, fishing and swimming on property. $2400 yearly; $1200 summer season; $600 summer month­ ly. 914-586-2832. 5j29p7 FLEISCHMANNS — Apt. for rent. 3 bedrooms, modern bath, living room, eat in kitchen, balcony, $110 month­ ly, plus heat and utilities. Others available. Greenart, 914-254-9891 after 6:00. 3j22c7 FURNISHED UPSTAIRS APARTMENT. 3 rooms with bath, also private screened porch. Available in July. Call Mrs. John Boulton, 586-4169. je8tfc7 WANTED T O B U Y O R S E L L O N C O M M I S S I O N F O R O U R T H U R S D A Y N I G H T S A L E Good used furniture, antiques, tools, toys, etc. AIKENS’ AUCTION SERVICE D elancey, N . Y.—P h o n e D elhi 607-738-2371 H illtop Stables B o v ina C e n te r , N . Y . T e l. 607 832-4342 Trail Rides - Pony Rides $3.00 per hour H O R S E S A N D T A C K F O R S A L E B o a rding, S h o e ing & Q u a r t e r H o r s e S tu d Service A rkville F ire D e p a r t m e n t ANNUAL BEEF BARBECUE S u n d a y , J u n e 18 F I R E M E N ’S P A V I L I O N FREE SNACK BAR AT NOON BARBECUE AT 3:30 T ic k e ts $10 i L a d ies W e lcom e ; TICKETS FROM FOREMEN OR AT GATE ' N O T I C E ! D a r l i n g ’s S e r v i c e S t a t i o n Main Street, Fleischmanns W ill C o n tin u e to Be C losed W e d n e s d a y s T h e C o i n L a u n d r y W ill R e m a in O p e n 7 :30 a.m . to 10 p.m . (BRING OWN CHANGE FOR MACHINES) J u s t A r r iv e d New 2-pc. Suites Sleeper Lounges Swivel Chairs Rocker Recliners Recliners S e a l y M a t t r e s s e s 4095 5995 6995 9995 H i g h R i s e r s 13995 17995 L a s t S h ip m e n ts B e fore F a c to r y V a c a tio n s Margaretville Funiture Store M a i n St. P h o n e 586-4368

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