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Page Six The Rockland County Times, Haverstraw, N. Y., August 12, 1971 HAverstraw 9-2000 Cburtbt)pnis CHRISTIAN SCIENCE The importance of unselfish love in building a constructive marriage will be emphasized at Christian Service church services Sunday. Bible readings will include this verse from Genesis: \And Jacob served seven years for Rachel: and they seemed unto him but a few days, for the love he had to her.\ First Church of Christ Scien ­ tist, Spring Valley, holds its ser vices at 11 a.m. Everyone is welcome. The Sunday School convenes at 11 a.m. and a supervised nursery is maintained during the Sunday Church Services. The Wednesday Testimony Meeting is held at 8 p.m. UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF GARNERVILLE Rev. Wllllard Albertus Pastor Worship Service 10 A.M. TOMKINS MEMORIAL CHURCH Tomkins Covo Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Mid-week Bible Study and Prayer Service 7'30 p.m, UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Rosman rd., Thlells Rov. John J. Northrup, Pasto- Worship service. 10:30 a.m UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF HAVERSTRAW 24 Fourth at. Rev. Ell S. Rivera Worship Service (Spanish) 10 a.m. Worship Service (English) 11 a.m. TRINITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Stony Point Rev, Daren L. Miller, Pastor Worship Service, 10 a,m. 1ST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Route 210, Stony Point Sunday Service 11 a.m. Morning Worship. FAITH CHRISTIAN ASSEMBLY 20 Wayne ave.. West Haverstraw A. Bertolino 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 120 Railroad ave., Gamervllle Rev, Albert DIBernardo Rev. Anthony Sanzo Friday worship service for a! ages, 8 p.m. Sunday, 10:30 a.m. Italian service. Church School 9:30 a.m. Adult Class 9:45 a.m. TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH Chapel St. Gamervllle (Near North Gamervllle Elementary School) 8 a.m., Holy Communion. 10 a.m., Choi Hi Holy Com ­ munion. Sermon. I — OP IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH Tomkins Cove Sunday Masses 7, 8 and 10.30 a.m. .Saturday evening ma.ss at 8. Sunday Masses in the school auditorium, East Main st.. Stony Point, 9, 1015 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. PETER'S CHURCH 115 Broadway, Haverstraw Sunday Masse.s 7:30, 8-45, 10 and 11:30 a m Evening mass at 5:30. Saturday evening mass at 7-30. Spanish language mass in school Sunday, 10 a.m. ST. MARY'S CHURCH Msgr. Thomas Dunn, Pastor Msgr. William J. Remey, Pastor Emeritus Sunday Masses 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. GREGORY BARBARIGO Gamervllle 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 CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. Gregory A. Dross, Minister SUMMER SCHEDULE During July and August, ser ­ vices at 10 a.m. Guest ministers during July and August. Summer services, 10 a.m. During August, services will be conducted by members of the Board of Session, Walter Anges. James A. Bogert jr, H, Barth DeHart, Herman I. De-' Hart, Conrad Giraudin, and Dr, Henry L. Farr, 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 Wednesday, Rev. A Ma,.k Memorial Chorus. 6 p.m, Wednesday, Prayer meeting, 7 p.m. Youth Sunday, 11 a.m., 3rd Sunday of each inonth. Vc ’ Ci f) IS - TH.f f a ■ rH ■v. 'v- ^ '3w,- • INSPECTION, SURPRISE: Saturday was inspection day for the men of David B. Roche Fire Co. Seated with fire officials are Councilman Reilly, Supervisor Rolella and Legislator Grant. There was a surprise presentation by Fireman Joseph Woods to John J. Flanagan, a social member who does public re ­ lations work tor the fire com ­ pany. Photo by Bill Nelson. RAG WILL PLAY FOR DANCE FRIDAY Don Bosco Youth Center is holding another rock dance on the evening of Friday, Aug. 13. The band being featured for the evening is RAG. The dance is being held from 8 until ll. Dress is informal, and the price of admission is $1.50. AMBULANCE CORPS SETS JUNE RECORD During June, the Haverstraw Ambulance Corps, responded to 65 calls. This involved ambul ­ ance travel of 1.410 miles and the use of 304 volunteer man ­ hours and the consumption of 2)4 tanks of oxygen. SHARP ST. RESIDENT TAKEN TO HOSPITAL Lillian McBride of 71 Sharp st. was given oxygen by crew members of the Haverstraw Ambulance Corps as she was taken to Nyack Hospital on Thursday. •, ■ - . V; . Vi'S '.■Tlf-a- --a r / FOB 25 YEARS THE WORLD ’ S MOST NEEDED GIFT Give to help people CARE-New York NY 10016 or your nearest office DAY OF JOY; Members of the Mary Wheel Chair Army, more than 100 strong, were greeted by Father Stella as GARNERVILLE WHEEL ALIGNMENT CO. di McARDLE FAMILY VISITED BY SONS IN SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. John McArdle of Tulip Tree dr., Gamervllle, were pleasantly surprised re ­ cently when their two sons visited them. Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Ronald McArdle arrived July 25 from' ” Loring Air Force Base. Maine, with their two-mqnth old son, Daniel. Their other son, Pvt. Gerard McArdle of the U. S. Marines arrived home Aug. 3 for a brief stay. GIRL GRANDDAUGHTER IN BLANK FAMILY Mr. and Mrs. Harold Blank of Butternut dr.. New City, are the grandparents of a girl, Em ily Dora Blank. Emily Dora, who weighed six pounds, 12 ounces, at her birth Aug. 4 is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blank, Cambridge, Mass. I Complete j BRAKE, FRONT END I and I WHEEL ALIGNMENT SERVICE Lifetime Guarantee on Double • Action SHOCK ABSORBERS 169 Railroad Ave. Garnerviile 947 - 9855 TWINS BODY SHOP, INC. Samsondale Avenue, Haverstraw (TALAMINI ’ S GARAGE) COMPLETE AUTO BODY REPAIRS & REFINISHING Daytime Phone: HA 9-2520 Night: 429-2901, 429-9073 Tom and Jim Gormley, Owners j_ _ -J4 HqUR__TOWING^ _ COMF>I.HTa ^JIDTO BODTSBBYICE . Efficiency is our greatest asset .. . end that efficiency, com* ing from yoari of tKpe> rlonce, goee Into tho work weMI do on your ROCKLAND COUNTY BODY, fNC. Route 9W Haverstraw HA 94747 Nites: HA 9-3306, 3327 they arrived at the shrine of Mary, Help of Christians, at Don Bosco. The group makes an annual visit to the shrine. Photo by John J. Flanagan. TRAFFIC SLOWED One-lane traffic continues at a construction site on Route 9W, Highland Falls. Mrs. Jernigan Died Last Week Mrs. Daisy Jernigan, 48, died Aug. 3 at Good Samaritan Hos ­ pital, Suffern. Mrs. Jernigan, who lived at 123 Maple ave., had worked at Letchworth Village as an at ­ tendant. She is survived by her husband, Rufus, six daughters, Gwendolyn, Janet, Linda. Bren ­ da, and Mrs. Helen Patterson, all of Haverstraw, and Mrs. Margaret Smith of Brooklyn; a son, William Joseph Hill, and five grandchildren. Four broth ­ ers and five sisters also sur ­ vive. A funeral service was con ­ ducted Sunday in Whiteville, N. C., with arrangements by the George M. Holt Funeral Home. FUNERAL FOR BURRAGE A funeral service will be held Saturday in Athol, Mass., for George Burrage, 76, father of Mrs. Charles Jirkovsky of Ros ­ man rd., Thiells, who died Wed­ nesday at his home. Mr. Bur ­ rage, a native of Massachusetts, had resided with his daughter for the past three years. Funeral arrangements are being handled by the A. W. Dutcher's Sons Funeral Home. DOLLAR DAYS SUCCESS A successful Super Dollar Days promotion was held by the Haverstraw Downtown Mer ­ chants Association last week ­ end. Special values advertised by participating stores brought a large number of shoppers into the village for the three-day sale. New Gty Fire Damages Stores Ann ’ s Bake Shop was severely damaged in a fire which also damaged several other stores in the New City Shopping Center at Congers rd. and North Main st. Several New City firemen suffered minor injuries in a four-hour battle at the scene on Tuesday evening. Other stores suffering smoke and water damage were the Andrews 5 and 10, the Little Shoe Shop, and the finance com ­ pany office. POWER OUT IN AREA Tuesday evening electric ser ­ vice was interrupted in a part of Haverstraw village and a part of Stony Point. The pre ­ vious night thousands of Orange and Rockland customers from Nyack over into Bergen Coun tty were without power up to an hour and a halt by major failures in feeder stations. VALLEY COTTAGE BOY KILLED BY PISTOL Martin Rothman, 11, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rothman of Charles blvd., Valley Cottage, was killed Saturday. A 12-year old neighbor got his father ’ s pistol out of a closet and fired the shot. The father was en ­ titled to have a gun. SYDDALL CRITICAL Fred Syddall of Gurnee ave. is still seriously ill in Ramapo General Hospital, Spring Val­ ley, where he has been a pa ­ tient for several weeks. Doubt Penn Central Will Ever Carry Passengers Again It is extremely doubtful that the Penn Central Railroad will ever carry passengers again on its tracks that run right through Rockland County from Tappan to Bear Mountain. This is the opinion of Coun ­ cilman Joseph W. Reilly, ex ­ pressed in a report to the Town Council on recent transporta ­ tion surveys. Mr. Reilly said this is his view, but not the opinion of Leo W. Brennan sr, the town ’ s transportation chair ­ man. ' Mr. Brennan believes that with a new bridge now open, . the trains could run from Wee- | hawken to the PATH terminal in Hoboken in seven minutes, making a practical all rail con­ nection for Rockland commut ­ ers. Mr. Brennan said further details will be made available upon the return of an executive now in Florida on business. Mr. Brennan, Councilman Reilly and Kenneth Missar of the county transportation group have attended many meetings. The bus companies, all private ­ ly owned, are receptive to ideas, but they want runs with either a present profit or a good fu­ ture. Newburgh is the hub of the transportation future. Mr. Reilly said. The new Transportation Bond Issue contains money for a three-mile super highway spur to the heart of Newburgh. This will further add to the transportation facilities that will be developed for Stewart Field. The spur from the Erie Railroad to Stewart will also become a reality. Mr. Reilly re ­ ported. Over the Fence, 14 Feet Down Tuesday evening Miss Ruth Craven, 24, of 19 Harding ave., Haverstraw, was walking along Norris st. in Garnerviile with a friend, Pam Knowles of Suf­ fern. The girls were pursued by a dog and they jumped over a fence. Miss Craven jumped into a 14-foot water drainage pit. Local residents summoned the Haverstraw Town Police who called in the Haverktraw Am­ bulance Corps. Firemen from S. W. Johnsori'Co. assisted, in the rescue. Miss Craven sus ­ tained injuries of the back, arm, shoulder and wrist. She was taken to Good Samaritan Hos ­ pital where she was examined, x-rayed and released. EARL OSSMAN TAKEN TO HOSPITAL Earl Ossman of 47 Hudson ave. was taken by the Haver ­ straw ambulance to Summit Park Hospital for treatment of his leg last week. WANTED TO RENT ONE-ROOM APT. or one room with kitchen privileges. Write to Box 812, The Times, Haver ­ straw, N. Y. 10927. 8-12 % * • V r/v f-' HANDCRAFTED with TV's most wanted features I ' Famous Z#nllh handcrafted queilly • 3*alage I.F. ampIlHer ^ • Oaluxe video range tuning syatem > Front mounted apaeker stiffs' The BEACHCOMBER • C1331 LIghtwaightI Super portablel Features include Custom \Perma Set ” VHF Fine Tuning; Exclusive Automatic “ Fringe- Lock ” Circuit: \Audio Guard\ FM-TV Sound System, Monopole Antenna end super-convenient built-in carry handle. Choice oi four contpmpoiary color combinallone. SPECIAL LOW, LOW PRICE COME IN SEE US NOW! Jh» qu$iiiy 0OM In before th» ntm§ goee on* HAVERSTRAW TV Route 202 — Phil Gizzi, Proprietor Garnerviile — A j a * GOOD-BYE, DENNIS; After 42 years with the New York Morslatl, director of nursing staff, congratulated Mr. Slate Rehabllllallon Hospital, Cleary, pictured with his wife Dennis Cleary of West Haver ­ straw has retired. Mrs. Gloria SPRING VALLEY WOMAN HURT AT STADIUM Mrs. Joan Pacclla of Spring Valley was injured when struck in the head by a baseball at the championship tourney at the Haverstraw Little League Sun­ day. She was given first aid treatment and then taken to Ramapo General Hospital in the Haverstraw ambulance. Spring Valley police notified her husband, Anthony, of the incident. He is employed with the Spring Taxi Co. at the farewell party at the Wayside Inn on Aug. 3. Photo by John J. Flanagan. MRS. CLANCY DIED IN CONNECTICUT Mrs. Laura V, Rickard Clan ­ cy of 32 Westwood rd., Fairfield, Conn., died Monday. She was the widow of Edward A. Clan ­ cy, who was controller of the New York Central Railroad at the time of his death in 1949. The late Mr. Clancy was a member of the Tomkins Cove family and an uncle of Charles W. Connor. Namesake First produced in the 17th cen ­ tury, the bayonet took its name from the French city of Bayonne where it was made. The simple machine Unbelievable low prices (during yourFbtd Dealer ’ s Summerselling Spree. We don't love you and leave you. \llT HAVERSTRAW MOTORS Route 9W West Haverstraw, N. Y HA 9-2009 silent phone? NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING TELLS PEOPLE WHERE... AS WELL AS WHAT...TO BUY If the phone doesn't ring, could be that not enough people know you're there. When you've got a service to sell, you con count on newspaper advertising to moke that phone ring ... and ring ... and ring ... because newspaper advertising reolly gets the mes ­ sage across. Check with our Dis ­ play Advertising Department. ROCKLAND COUNTY THE TIMES 11 New Main St. HAverstraw 9-2000

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