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rage Six The Rockland County Times, Haverstraw, N. Y, August 19, 1971 HAverstraw 9-2000 iClnircbT)fnis CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Man ’ s right to insight and wisdom will be brought out Sun­ day at Christian Science church services. \If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God. that giveth to all men liberally, and up- braideth not; and it shall be given him.\ This Bible promise will open the Responsive Read ­ ing. \Mind\ is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon. 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 OP GARNERVILLE Rev. Williard Albertus Patfor Worship Service 10 A.M. TOMKINS MEMORIAL CHURCH Tomkins Cove 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., Thiells Rev. John J. Northrup, Paslor Worship service. 10:30 a.m. UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF HAVERSTRAW 14 FouHh st. Rev. Ell S. Rivera Worship Service (Spanish) 10 a.m. Worship Service (English) II a.m. trinity UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Stony Point Rev. Daren L. Miller, Pastor Worship Service. 10 a.m. 1ST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Route mo, Stohy Point Sunday Service 11 a.m. Morning Worship. FAITH CHRISTIAN ASSEMBLY 20 Wayne ave., West Haverstraw A. BertoHno 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., Gamerville Rev. Albert DiBernardo Rev. Anthony Sanzo Friday worship service for all ages, 8 p.m. Sunday. 10-30 a.m. Italian service. Church School 9:30 a m. Adult Class 9-4.') a.m. TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH Chapel St. Gamerville (Near North Gamerville Elementary School) 8 a.m., Holy Communion. 10 a.m.. ChoiHl Holy Com ­ munion. Sermon. STONY POINT LAD AT CHURCH CAMP Thomas Gates of 29 Jay st.. Stony Point, is among the jun ­ iors attending Pathfinder Lodge, the American Baptist Church ’ s camp at Cooperstown, N. Y. Tommy is the second generation of his family to participate in the Baptist church's Bible and leadership training program there, as both his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart L. Gates went to Pathfinder. Tommy also viewed the Baseball Hall of Fame, Doubleday Field, the Farmer ’ s Museum and other places in Cooperstown while at the camp, NEW CITY MISS ENTERS BRYN MAWR Bryn Mawr College will open its 87th academic year on Sept. 9, with President Harris L. Wof ­ ford jr speaking at a Convoca ­ tion of undergraduate and grad ­ uate students and members of the faculty. Among the members of this year ’ s Freshman Class will be Miss Jeanette Duen Ying Yen, daughter of Mrs. Louise Loo Yen of 7 Wyndham lane. New City. Miss Yen is a graduate of Clarkstown High School. HERE FROM LONG ISLAND M t . and Mrs. James Delisio and family of Long Island visit ed the home of his brother. Car ­ mine Delisio of Blauvelt ave.. West Haverstraw, for the week. FOR 25 YEARS THE WORLD ’ S MOST NEEDED GIFT Give to help people CARE-NewYork NY 10016 or your nearest office IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH Tomkins Cove Sunday Masses 7. 8 and 10:30 a.m. Saturday evening mass at 8. Sunday Masses in the school auditorium. Bast Main st.. Stony Point, 9, 10:15 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 Mas.ses 7:.30, 8:45. 10 and 11:30 a.m Evening mass at 5:30. Saturday evening mass at 7:, ’ 10, Spanish language mass in school Sunday, 10 a.m. ST, MARY'S CHURCH Msgr. Thomas Dunn, Pastor Msgr. William J. Remey, Paslor Emeritus Sunday Masses 8, 10:30 a.m. Week days except Saturday. f: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 Gamerville 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. Oross, 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. 11:01 a.m.. Worship service. Wednesday. Youth Choir re hearsal, 4:30 p.m, Wednesday, Rev. A, Mack Memorial Chorus. 6 p.m. Wednesday, Prayer meeting. 7 p.m. Youth Sunday, 11 a.m.. 3rd Sunday of each month. 3 Wayne Hose Men Join the Exempts During the summer three members of Wayne Hose Co. 1 in Stony Point have attained exempt membership status. R. Larry Mains, Walter Lubonty, and Robert Sullivan were re ­ cently presented with their ex ­ empt firemen ’ s certificates at ­ testing their completion of five years of active duty as local volunteer firemen. Presenta ­ tions were made by Wayne Hose Co. president Bert Garrabrant. Fireman Mains was cochair ­ man of the recent Wayne Day Bazaar, while driver Lubonty chaired the Wayne Day “ raJ- fle\ and Mr. Sullivan serves as company sergeant-at-arms, noted Fire Chief Anthony Man- glass. , MIUTART MEN FROM HERB WHOOPS, THAT WAS CLOSE: This giant truck stopped just four feet from the home of Mrs. Mary Halstead on Cedar Flats rd., Stony Point. Driver Franklin Oliver sr of Mon- Truck Upsets, Driver Hurt Frank Oliver of 620 Saddle tviver id., Mousey, suffered in ­ juries to his left leg and arm when the truck lie wa.s driving turned over on Route 210 near Dietricli's Swim Club in Stony ’ Point. The truck brakes failed and tile vehicle went out of con- Irol before upsetting Thursday at 2:45 p.m. Stony Point Town Police were at the scene and summoned the Haverstraw am ­ bulance to take Mr. Oliver to Good Samaritan Hospital, Suf- fern. The 1968 Mack dump .ruck was owned by Savin Bros., Bloomfield, N. J. Collided at Light On Westside ave. Two men suffered injuries in a truck-car collision under the traffic light at Route 9W and Westside ave. at 6 a.m on Aug. 3. Sgt. Thomas Gerace called the Haverstraw ambulance to take the injured to Ramapo General Hospital. Injured were Vito Morgese, 38. of 29 Sengstacken dr.. Stony Point, the driver of a '71 Ford pick up truck, and his passen ­ ger, Dominique J. Grogan of 15 Coolidge st. The truck was in collision with a '66 Buick sedan, driven by Miguel Saintuce of 33 First ave., Spring Valley. The fronts of both vehicles were badly damaged. peter zipp goes TO HOSPITAL Peter Zipp. who lives at Gros- son ’ s Hotel, on Friday was ad ­ mitted to the Summit Park Hospital. He was discharged a day earlier from Ramapo Gen­ eral Hospital. The former Grassy Pointer, a retired car penter, has lived in Haverstraw for several years. sey, came down the Route 210 hill when his brakes failed. There were children on the road and as he steered to avoid themg the truck flipped on Its side. Photo by John J. Flanagan. Livsey ’ s Ship Ending Career Navy Petty Officer Third Class James K. Livsey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Livsey of 105 Kings Highway, New City, is now serving with the decom ­ missioning crew for the am ­ phibious cargo ship USS Arneb at Norfolk, Va. His ship will be retired in August, completing 28 years of service from World War II to 1970 amphibious operations in the Mediterranean Sea. Before entering the service, Livsey attended Rockland Com- ' munity College, Suffern. NEW CITY SAILOR GRADUATES Navy Seaman Apprentice Tage H. Jonson jr, of 160 N. Main st,, New City, graduated from Teletype Maintenance School at the Naval Training Center, San Diego. He is a 1970 graduate of Clarkstown High School, New City. 9 Rocklanders At Parris Island Nine young men from the Rockland County area are un ­ dergoing Marine Corps recruit training at Parris Island, S. C. during the month of August. The young men are, Raymond Arietta, John Mannagotter, Frederick Lorentzen, Robert Snyder, Matthew Giacalone, Jeffrey Ward, Peter McHugh, Joseph Didomenico III, Gerard Johnson. The new Marines at ­ tended Tappan Zee and Suffern high schools before enlistment. The new Marines will receive nine weeks of recruit training with \no compromises, no short ­ cuts. no promises except one: all nine will be Marines. One of the few, and one of the finest. JUStNO'S SHIP PART OF SEATTLE EVENT Navy Petty Officer Third Class Vincent A. Jusino, son of Mrs. Elvira Jusino of 18 Conk ­ lin ave.. is serving with the -Stair of Commander First Fleet aboard the light guided missile cruiser USS Providence which recently visited Seattle, Wash, and participated in the 22nd an nual \Seafair ’ ’ celebrations. He is a 1908 graduate of North Rockland High School. SGT. FORSHAY HONORED AT TREASURE ISLAND Marine Sgt. Carlton M. For shay, son of Mrs. Doris M. For shay of 10 Quaker rd , Pomona, was awarded a meritorious mast for exceptional perform ­ ance of duty while .serving at the Marine Barracks Naval Sta tion. Treasure Island, San Franci.sco. MRS. LAISO VISITED MRS. HUNT IN VIOLA Mrs. Frank Laiso of Oxford, N. Y, spent a week visiting with her son Elliot and his family in Southampton, L, I, She also visited her sister, Mrs. Bessie Hunt, in Viola for a few days. FIRE CO. CLAM BAKE Gen. Warren Emergency Co. 2 will hold a stag clam bake on Sunday, Sept. 19. at the grounds of the Haverstraw Elks Club. The noise and inflation fighter Unbelievable low prices during your Ford Dealer ’ s Summer Selling Spree. NAVAL SCHOLARSHIP; Leonard J. Die- With the June graduate are Principal Elllt anza, center, of 50 South Magnolia ave,. Pearl T. RIker of Pearl River High School end the River, received a cerlificate of achievement Rockland County naval recruiter, Engineman as a principal candidate for Naval Reserve First Class Douglas W. Phillips jr. Photo by Officers Training Corps scholarship program. John J. Flanagan. OPERATION FOR KAISER San' Francisco. Cal., and is a member of Lambda Chi Alpha and Kappa Kappa Psi. We don't love you and leave you. Lt. Col. Morina Gets Air Force Medal CARRIED THE MAIL: And safeivs loo- Carrier James J. Clark of the Haverstraw post office accepts the congratula ­ tions of Postmaster John P. Simko on receiving a safe driv- . ing award. Mr. Clark received an award for nine years of safe driving. Another carrier, Robert F. Courtney, received an award of 22 years of safe driving. Together their records represent about 175,000 miles of safe driving. To be eligible for the award, the postal worker's regular assignment must In ­ clude dally driving of government vehicles. Each received a lapel button recognizing the achievement. Photo by John J. Flanagan. TWINS BODY SHOP, INC. ! Samsondaie Avenue, Haverstraw ! (TALAMINI ’ S GARAGE) I COMPLETE AUTO BODY j REPAIRS & REFINISHINC j Daytime Phone: HA 9-2520 | Night: 429-2961, 429-9073 j Tom and Jim Gormley, Owners , _ - 24 HOUR TOWING - LOMPOC, Calif. -- Lieutenant Colonel Joseph A, Morina. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Morina. 19 Conger ave., Haver ­ straw, has received the U. S. Aif Force Commendation Medal during his retirement ceremony at Vandenberg AFB, Calif. Col. Morina, who served as chief of the base services divi ­ sion, 4392nd Aerospace Support Group prior to his retirement, was decorated for meritorious service. He was cited for his profes ­ sional skill, knowledge and lead ­ ership which aided immeasur ­ ably in identifying problem areas in the field of services and in developing and implementing research projects capable of solving these problems. The 20-year Air Force vet ­ eran has served in the Republic of Korea. A 1946 graduate of Haver ­ straw High School, he received a B.S. degree in 1951 from the University of Tennessee, where he was commissioned through the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps program. He earned his M.B.A. degree this year at .Golden Gate College, GARNERVILLE WHEEL ALIGNMENT CO. His wife, Marie, is the daugh ­ ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Caruso sr, Eagle Valley rd., Sloatsburg. QUESTIDN STATE PLAN DN ATDMIC RAOIATIDN “ Where is the State ’ s Emer gency Plan?\ asked citizens who heard the four-hour cross- examination of Radiological Health Bureau Director. Sher ­ wood Davies, at the Atomic Energy Commission hearings at Croton on Con Edison ’ s ap ­ plication to operate Indian Point No. 2 atomic plant. Anthony Reisman. counsel for the intervening Citizens Committee for the Protection ol the Environment, persistently probed for information on the Emergency Plan for Major Ra ­ diation Accidents at Nuclear Facilities. AI Kaiser, the motor mag ­ nate, is recuperating from an appendectomy performed last week at Good Samaritan Hos ­ pital. This will curtail his fish- jngactiviti^for^tiinej^^ HAVERSTRAW MOTORS Route 9W West Haverstraw, N. Y Complete BRAKE, FRONT END and WHEEL ALIGNMENT SERVICE Lifetime Guarantee on Double • Action SHOCK ABSORBERS 169 Railroad Ave. Gamerville ■ ■■■ ■ m mmm m mmi m mm m mmm m mm m mm m mmm m mm m mmmlt ^ ^ g *J47 • 9855 • ifOOD I • mm m mm m ■ mmm Let your car be Like new again Bring It to our shop for a new paint Job ... let us get all those dents scratches out nowt and ROCKLAND COUNTY BODY, Inc. Route 9W Haverstraw HA 9-4747 Nites: HA 9-3306, 3327 Too bad yon ean ’ t tost-drivo a ear loan boforo yon bny. Onr fnll-feature new car loan with the low, low rate eonld save yon a lot of money. 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 oar. No cost if you decide not to buy. Amount Amount ANNUAL Term of You FINANCE of Monthly PERCENTAGE Loan Receive CHARGE Note Payment RATE 12 Months $1,000 $ 47.12 $1,047.12 $ 87.26 $2,000 $ 94.24 $2,094.24 $174.52 8.59% $3,000 $141.36 $3,141.36 $261.78 24 Months $1,000 $ 98.72 $1,098.72 $ 45.78 ^,000 $197.68 $2,197.68 $ 91.57 9.22% $3,000 $296.64 $3,296.64 $137.36 36 Months $1,500 $233.76 $1,733.76 $ 48.16 $2,000 $311.92 $2,311.92 $ 64.22 9.67%> $3,000 $467.88 $3,467.88 $ 96.33 Connty Trust l la vs wi ww Hoygntraw New City 1 1reodway Drive-In, Route 9W Drive-In, 115 South Atoln Alongside Library AMsakeratTlw l«ltetN«w>bft CMSpang, Inc, ■ M*ml>«r ftdtcaf DtpotU Inivranc* Corporattoe

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