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1 Thr Saturday night flrr that destroyed Ka*t Rutherford* Square Sc «ml xrvt w nw lw l heavy damage mi the Wgh sc hunt tent wave 4*x-k* ftaruughnut South Hrrgen munlclpaiitlct Wte broken and fir#-*carrmd remain* of the Eatt Rutherford ehool ratted many qoerttom which achool officials sought lo Such quest tout aa: Ooet the tyttem hav* rm er g«vy program* rwdy to put into effect K dtiaxter strikes? Du fir* inauranc# policies cover to the extent they shouldt A r* hr* safety law* being «bserved to the fulte*! extent T Damage in KmI Rutherford may exceed Si million Hut tt to hardly likely the board wlh re. eetve anything like that turn at While replacement ai the would coat more than 1 he original coat and value were tar leaa The crm * In Ea«t Ruthertnrd It not ov«r. Where are the teventh and eighth grade*, hooted In Station M in u t-eil donimcrcial Approximately I J N btdlvldaal* die to borne r im each year it occupant, rould tocxeesfnlly Mctpe from their barnlng home*, mart home fir* lajarlee and death* could be prevented Itave yea ever thou*hi of holding home fire drlltot Thia week, when National Prevention Week la being ebaerved. would be a fl»e time to Mtemblt year family ta determine tb* avalublr and xafart exlu for all Ihe family thould an emergency artoe. Such d rill, thould be held periodically. They rould aave (be live* of yonr loved one*! W h y T h e y M a r k e d R it a In aimwer,to Trustee Mrs. On motion of Trustee Daniel lecture in-service course given Organist; Mra. Edward Freeh, C le a n - U p D r iv e P r e s s e d In L y n d h u r s t es Oikowski s statement N. Kenny, chairman of the per- by the Bergen English Teach- Wattling ton Twp., Dartt Horse the Route 17 widening project is the guidance department aonnel committee, the resig- from 4 to 6 p.m. on Tuesdays Chairman. Newly elected Junior ng a good job in getting nation of Miss Katherine Lew- starting Sept. 20. to begin soon, but taid that Its clean-up week next week nance, Represented on the Russo cautioned that the v u i v t i o mms, vjhh j K kiitzdnyyi in Lyndhurst all week. committee of about 20 are % rocks and stones and building ^ ^ J 6*. ^ ^.ard the *ick they construction schedule*^! Vke Let s make this a real beau- Fire Department, the Police materials will not be taken f urck), / aid th t his gre* «<'«>tive Oct. 14. W it Pa. leave of Mrs. Gloria Tully, high deuil, ^ ^ work * Panc Montvale, Vice Pr*s- tification drive, urged Public Department, various organize- away statement wasn t a criticism of trlda Bednik was hired as a re- school matron, until Dec. 1 and Lyndhurat, Treasurer, Edward Affairs Director Peter Russo, tion* such as the Jaycees, and Trash and debris are our the local guidance set-up but he placement to teach English and continued Mrs. Irene Currey in With *>lddlnk scheduled by the Freeh, Jr., of Washington Twp., and well kept for the most part. Individuals interested in a more targets in the Clean Up Drive, felt that additional information speech at a salary of $5,200 pro- the position as substitute until State for October 27 to demol- Sec y. l y ^ y r a t P u b l i c V a lla y Brook A* L y iv 1 h u r» t, i, 3. Suppose A Fire Destroyed Your School? **»**» ohmtld M l tw la th, plan to Square a r r, They are Parent* of th* uie* now Rut tn ultimate **!!"* * ^ *? mv,j*v#d hm **,hp!"*«"* Lynd- turanee C b... n u b llr lo arhooi i»m mu»t be found 7 * * r r r : r ii,y. i * 4n* tivm * * * * * * * *,u *» * **>***<«<» *** ** lo attend tlnmugh ttudy new achuolt waa made now to e o m _ Is U tuch a fire hit other, munltie* how would they -tn * ftlt. *1.*rtg m,h*,w c J'm # ' Morrt#'!»"«* < of uon Square School a* a part will cx- of th. ichooi, Mectrkal work the Uwrd of Education and of a mw high school program ready to art? wemt <f Wat bring dune there The Stmaon Ferraro, vice preti- Voter* recently turned down a Kach Hoard ai Education taking the quettioa of itself, In The fire,hjdl! l * * * *?,r *ehm t a u " P» «to p u tg tw w W g h achool mspped out r *, r,hp *'ork ***,h» ««* Lyndhurtt tchoote. at Riggtn Field. How East By coincidence the North Arlington ire department, nruthsrtm u m r a n i btdldirnt of the fire and whether proper Anthony C. D Amore Intur- Thor* has been som Atherton!.tfety precaution* had been attce agent for the Eatt Ruth- ment tor revampti* the r. ^. chaiwgf* la ohtervance of h mt erect by meeting October school there to discuss fire pre- cion of anon.,'mpk yh ** ««board. *aid a policy of high school ao tt would meet of help M 6 million wat placed on the the need* for a Junior and tenio Eatt Rutherford high ichooi complex, including tor Mgh tehooi. Membera are ««u»ndt of parent* At Lyndhurtt t Board at Edo- Station Square School. Ut* n T l e a b e r mi s o u t h h f» ( ; e n h k m k i V o l. 47 No. 11 L Y N D H U R S T, N, J, O C TO B H R 13, 1966 **»«* ctma»mti«t *ai* <i n«ta^*r«, m i. P o k k D a y A t L y n d h u r s t H ig h S c h o o l RRa Mrk, one of lyndhurat High School'* outstanding w a ters, has w w lvrt a nm rnnv detton letter from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation t*r finishing among the 38,000 top# stiktents of the nation. Rita'* letter wa* presented to her at a apecial ceremony by High Srtmtrf Principal Joaeph A Polito. Present at Ihe ceremonle* waa Rita * mother, Mrt. Friedrich Pokk, a suhktitute teacher in the school system. Rita, who bitted a brilliant record in Lincoln School, she completed her elementary u p g d a y work, ha* been active in the of commendation from the "National Merit Sehoianft& 'Cw. ter whal the weather high school. She it president of Poratton. It was presented lo her bv Joseph A. Polite, priori u i i u T s a Largest Audience For T. V. Football As Lyndhurst Faces Clifton On Channel 11 The largest audience ever for Mor,. than are expected Jt wa* a piece of lucky ached- to 2 for Pttaaic ^U lry * regroup it* tore* againat Gara South Bergen fuothal! game <ri i»m their way into Lyndhurst tiling that caused WPIX to At the tame time Clifton was Held. Smarting because at ti* will on Saturday witness the MiKh s,'ho01, > w 'x-caute twth ehoote Lyndhurst and Clifton at overwweming E«tt Ruthepftyrd tie witfi Passaic, GarfSekl W A Lyndhurtt tnd Qgton mertlng " ams *ro «*me of tbe week. The two «to g. Eatt Rutherford had to regain Its winning touch at Undhurst llivh Si-lxxil Feild Kh ^ STOt in W,t ha* V cn,w *y* pl*y ^rtnional played gallantly against Pat- North Arlington wa* iucuets at ^.Klhurtt High School FeM manifested in the game. football when they face each talc which latt S.turday fled againtt Wood-Rldge. Tbe m S - (0?,.. r j r Ea8t Ku,hpr,urd wtl1 P'ay other. The fact that both are un- Garfield -and had defeated er* are unbeaten, untied and J,., vue * h,bt 10 Powerful, unbeaten but beaten and are on their way to Pateroon Central. The Wildcat* unscared upon However. North,t.V,mcr,ird Gar,ifld * f RiWiin succcttful seasons has added had hoped to *core an upaet Arlington just couldn t get tion s Game of the Week Field at 2 P.M. and North test to the game. over Clifton. underway. Park Ridge thovdd»» 'S*me w ill be tele- Arlington will entertain P a rk Lyndhurst haa won three But the Clifton team wa* en- provide some solace, however. i S agreed Ridgo at North Arlington Field straight, defeating Lodi, Pat- tirely too powerful. Queen df Peace never wa* tn to play 'he game at 11 A.M. at on Saturday at 2 P.M., crson Lasts Ute and Passaic Lyndhurtfs scouts at the Clif- contention against St. Cecelia, ^ ^ v Sch001 Queen Peace will be ho*t to Valley. ton game reported that Oifton to the trtah took terrible thumpfwa P*hh, blg> «fh 1 tin i*r, r*celt«dl g tetter be jri*yed no mat- wlnless St. Mary'* Sunday ut Lyndhunt wat at itt be*t Sat- big, fast and reaourcetul. ing which bode* Ul for S t North Arlington at 2 PM, urday when It ran up 40 point* East Rutherford wth have to Mary'* on Sunday. W ants More College Assistance Music Tim«Club Has Naw O fficers The regular monthly Club i 2 1Z Z rt**1*» achieving 50 tervice point*. deserves public recognition, ing Letters of Commendation In her honor the high school Their *i* ntficant *cad<*mic at- advance no further in the observed Rita Pokk Oav tainment gives promise of con- Merit Program, their names. '., Unued success in college. are reported to other scholnr- School Trust** v i n tt omenta The Commended student* ship-granting agencies and to ^ cent of those w ht^ il <,h0u^, ^ oncoura«<'(1 10 a * ll{,kpk «hry n*nied a* Ponitly the school could hire aaggertion held merit* slncehe.-due a tion director for the uniform* from the Lyndhurtt from high school in 19fi7 The!.'L <K, c,,,,on 05,hpir,n' ttw*ir firit and *PCOnd chrtce* *no,/jcr t,,acher who*p ^ krm*w ot a situation where a 67 year at a salary of MOO He Men's Shop at $ and hired at the Masonic Lodge, Par* Commended students rank lust telent l *t*r'p*'*nt»»n at the tinv they took the NM- '*ould J *»!»< the parents parent had accompanied his son replaces Vincent Patemo, high Patrick Sardullo to robrick the Ave.. Eatt Rutherford, in tbe helow m Tlt^ no,mportant and wurh at the Ume they took the ot pupils planning to enter col- to K hool and had noted that school admini.tratlve aide. back wall* and Are boxes ln lower auditorium. tfcu na.tural resource. Our Nation NMSQT. These college* alao «** to get pertinent informa the student body there wa* not The board re-appointed Harold two boiler* in the Franklin New Senior Offlcert for tbe m r^ttk^rrm Jri'tb^ Win hem'fu from,heir rontlnu- receive reports of home ad- «on Oil the proper colleges the type he wanted hit ton to (Buck) Brown h e «Of the phyt- School at * season are at follows: ttrooratton ( i S i inr educational development." dretset, tett score*, anticipated adaptable to their children s enter and therefore withdrew ical education department at an Mrs. Louis Thompson Rutheripo masl.). Only the highest-scoring ttu- college major* and career Inten- need*. He aaid that often local him from the school. He said additional $400; Arnold Perrone Magliacane, Garfield. Vice. Stalnaker, president dents in each ttate, the Semi- tiona of the Commended ttu- graduates enter colleges and there were many small college* varsity wrestling coach and W l d f i l l i n f l f t f President; Mr. John Evana, of NMSC. aaid: "The outstand- finalists, remain eligihle to be dents, NMSC encourage* these find ut that they had to pay wher# you couldn t get infarma- Donald Cavslli head track M. - I? Rutherford re-elected Treasurer, Mrs. Lillian C. RuppeU of ing record made by these stu- considered for Merit Scalar- students to make every effort additional money for books and tion from the alumni body and coach, both at $400 and Joseph R O U lg 1 7 I S ru>nfi: in naiinnnl, n.,4; i; t ui. *. _««1»..... j; a.,. -a»... dents in a national competition thlps. Although studentt receiv- to continue their education. for boarding. He thought that that if you vitited the campus Cavalla assistant basketball Irvington, Secretary; Mr. Edward Freeh of Washington parents often do not have the during the summer vacation or coach at Now Scheduled full facts on the financial costs during holidays you would be The hoard approved the parof the colleges. J L P*eMed with what you saw. ticipation of teachers in the 15 Twp., Sgt.-at-arms; Mrs. John Mayors of Rutherford and» * wa* a us tin. iv R n th o rf rrl vnrat j. Don ten ^ of u Lyndhurst, /u u iitu g ii Chaplain But a few laggards can spoh a beautiful Lyndhurst. Russo said, was necessary. rated from Oct. 17. Donald that date. neighborhood. Let's clean up Since this week is Fire Pre- All over the country the this year as never before. vention Week, Russo aaid it emphasis is on beautifioation A big committee has been makes a logical preliminary to today. Communities are vying working in the township to Qean-Up Wcjek. with one another to achieve make Clean-Up Week the most Now is the time to get the beauty. successful since the drive be- abandoned toys and boxes out In Lyndhurst trash will be K#n- of attics and cellars," declared hauled away by the trucks of Russo heads the Lyndhurst Rusno. They should be stacked Viola Co., who hold the gar- Improvement Committee stem- out on the curbs so that they bage removal contract in the ming from the Anti-litter ordi- can he hauled away. township. O v e r 2, H a v e X - R a y s T a k e n Ovc 100 persons took ad- Women's Club Mrs. Christina zola, Mrs. Donald vantage of the Bergen County Cathro. Mrs. Katherine Zales, Mrs. A. J, Becker, X»Ray bus which was stationed Mrs. Chris Strohler. thony Magrini. in Lyndhurst last week. Evening Department of Worn- Public Affairs Commissioner Pn's Club M rs. Ralph Santulli, Bagnuolo, Mrs. An- Municipal building employees Mrs'. Anthony Benedict. Miss Peter Russo termed the turnout Miss Mary Natale, Mrs. An- Josephine Johnson, Mrs. John one of the "finest in our his- thony Angelo, Mrs. Henry Gagliardi, public health nurse, tory Frank, Mrs. Norman Thomp- Mrs. Helen Drabik, P.H.N. Reports on the X-rays are to son, Mrs. Robert Schmitt, Mrs. Lyndhurst High School PTA be forwarded to those who un- Thomas Hickey, Mrs. John Me* Mrs. Charles Christ, Mrs. Wilderwent them. Crea, Mrs. Salvatore DeJack- liam Stelzcnmueller, Mrs. Ma- Mrs. Walter Friedrioks of amo, Mrs. Horace Bogle, Mrs. rie Pennie, Mra. Elm er Con- Lyndhurst was chairman of the Mario Spina, Mrs. John Sloan, way. Mrs. George Janosik, Mrs. committee that made arrange- Mrs. Kenneth Ruzika. Joseph Calandriello, Mrs. Raymond Hamm, Mrs. Warren ments. Mrs. Joseph Sullivan, Junior Woman's Club- Mrs health educator of the Bergen Walter Frey, Mrs. Frank Chi Bogle. County TB Association, directed erico, Mrs. Bernard Parisi. No club affiliation 'Mrs. John NOTICE VOTERS OF THE THIRD ELECTION DISTRICT New Third District Polling Place now located i t Washington School Ridge Road - South side entrance. Fred O. Taub Township Clerk ish several buildings in the path Mrs. Lillian C. Ruppell, Imof the planned Paterson Plank mediate Past President, thank- Road overpass, worit In the two ed her staff for the wonderful towns should start tome time in cooperation she received during late November. her tenure at office, and pr*< Tm very glad they're start- sented corsages, boutonnierea ing, said Mayor William Eln- and gifts to all. reinhofer of R u t h e r f o r d. K in T I ^ C "though I think the improve- IN L/llv^ fc ments are late coming. But I m Attention Mothers of Uttle sorry they re starting up north Uwfaera! at Moonachte Avenue Instead of There will be a very down here where conditions are t,a nieeting on October Mtfc worse ' the Senior Cltteenx Cteb on Vi Mayor Thomas Jones of East ley Brook Avenue at S Rutherford taid that he was mothers of boy* in Little still in the dark as to tho gue or entering Uttle State s plans for the controver- this coming spring pit sial overpass at Paterson Plank tend. Election of officer* I* tint- Road, which he attempted to ed for this meeting. This orgahave the State Highway Depart- nbation Im for yoor boy*. Please ment change when plans first help u* to keep lt going. W«came out. He objected at that only **k for a little or ynot (Continued on page 9) time. Won t you please help? ;. i. F o r E L C o m m u t e r s Anyone who has been hurt, or inconvenienced, or forced to take to highway transport by car, as a result of the drastic out in the suburban passenger train schedules on he E rl* Lackawanna Railroad, made on October 3, 1966, is urgegtly; requested to write to your Mayor or to the Board of Publio Transportation of Morris County, P.O. Box 363, Madison. N J., It is important that facts be specifically stated in the letter. Also, if anyone is contemplating moving from Morris the drive. Mrs. Robert Rennie, Mrs. An- ^cml^wf d Miss Ju,1Uh County, because of the reduced train schedalm, to Mtotfcw area which has adequate and attractive rail service, the d o i i v Among those who aided were: thony Scardino, Mrs. B. A. Pez-,.,',SS...f ^,*SS l Elizabeth Bogle, Miss Kathlee would like to know of each such case. Bogle, Miss Mary Anne Pfeif- A (S) PEACH OF A SURPRISE Board Chairman Thomas T. Taber stated, We are conti fer. -W henlyndhurst JChaoter of Unico celebrated Columbus our fight against the unjustified action of the U.U.C. in Day with a dinner Very Rev. Msgr. Henry Beck, pastor of-sacred Heart Catholic Church, ing the Erie Lackawanna Railroad to discontiue profitabtf s Auxiliary Policeman Conrad was the speaker. The surprisl'ig Msgr. Beck proceeded to startle Unico by delivering a electric trains which are needed by the travelling public who Mlchaeison was on guard dur- F,seful. spc.^h ab? ut Col.-mbiw in purest Italian. The club was not aware of Msgr. Beck s do do not travel durinr during the the commuter peak-hour ak.hn r periods. fb I T ing the X-ray photographing. >e. Msgr. ilsed the accomplishmen ts of Columbus and urged Unico to be ever press our case for the restoration' of these trains we Sandwiches and coffee were te Great t igafor. At the dinner plans were revealed for accelerating donations show how mai.wjfjmp- many have been hurt, and how much, F' donated for the volunteer work fe or the scholarships and the work for retarded children in which the Unico chapter _ is _ inter J P m u s t have these as soon as possible. ested. Seated left to right: Mr. N. J. LaMagna. Pres., Mrs. N.J.L a M a g n a, Msgr" Beck, Him- He *lso said th*4 Persons forced off the trains ers by Rudy Melone Carlo s Restaurant. ian orary member, Mrs. Peter Curcio, Standing M r. Saivatqre Valente, Mr. Bruno Valente, Co- service cuts should state whether or not he or chairman, Comm. Peter Curcio, Chairman. turn to the trains if restored.

2 TUUKMMY. OCTUttEK IS, ivtrf. V iv U r nt of AnU*m> 3 I H Tif» Agwiey, bw. and VW* l'r.-#*<k-nt of ih* imtitut* Jo- M>ph J*> Salvo. ('.Muuilinc Kactm*rt AMrod A ft*». J r. Em). j«a l OMMUfUMt; M r t Vania H Lane. Secretary: Canwn# Savina. Eaq.. Vie# Pm ldrnt. Hanr>- N tflla, Vte* Pratklmi ai National Community Bank and V W P r e t k k ir t of th* fiwtttut* W illia m S u l l i v a n, G o v e r n m e n t M a n Tlie Queen Of Peace News Lyndharst M im k ( lab Sll Rimaida Av*., lyndbunt Oft. 11 U _» (o S S nm «tyrr<t b> Adunlram Ct. #t2 0. of A. Parkin* 1a R«tf y r REFRESHM ENTS ** BENEFIT OF SACRED HEART CHURCH FUND O p e n E v e n i n g * $ P. M. Open Saturday 12 Noon *10 now luncheon Closed M ondays S a t u r d a y 5 p m t o 1 a m S u n d a y 1 p m t o M i d n i g h t

3 » o r r % s*n THI MS*AV. (MlOUttJ, %<, TIU CnMMMUiiAl. U U U fk * "nl.l js K J i i r T g AM) 01)1 II llkiickn MKVIEW W i n hlev M MKf llw k Axe'* wt* set up by «oomri! M in Dirt* tin# Ann DeMassi. d*u*ht#f of Mr and Mr* Louto D* Masai,» F*rn Ava,. and Jam** W Brown. non of Mr and Mr*. George Brown MS Map!# Ava., both of Lyndhurst, were married on Saturday. Th# eeremanjrwa* performed at a Nuptial M i«at U»tn at Sacred 11#art R. C Church by the R#v, Robeil B rw nvi TT*# reception *rai at th# Bow and Arrow Manor in West Or Mr*. John Ragan, twm alatar of the bride, wai matron of honor Bridesmaid* were tbe Ml**#* Etta* Scatrr*. Sandra rtw * Tin* D'Afclto and Concha Cet># 5y Dri^vn *#rved hi* brother n best man Uihcrs war# John Regan, brother-inlaw at the brld#, Richard Pteartlo. John Cunoo and Robert Zefnzefkl The brld# wore a gown of peau de toie fashioned with Sahrijin i^ecklln#, long *l#cv#s. empire walstiine" and an 'A-1tne skirt fleafed In front to simulate a rout effect. Her eourt lenjrth train wa* detachable. Her bodice and pleated skirt panel* were hand-beaded with aeedpchrls and crystal* In a ju ik» w. uaow n floral design Her head piece wa* an apen crown of tare and eedpearls. wtth a ftve-tter bouffant veil of English atik tfluiion, and a kms veil fautag to the end of her train. She carried cymbidlum orchid* and stephanoti*. Bridal attendant* wore gown* of iky blue shantung with scoop nm kum, elbow length *le#ves, empire waistline* and controlled akirta, bordered af the hemline with matching feather* niw r * w sa p w w tw w ol matching feathers They carried bail* covered with mum* tn ahade* of blue; the matron of honor had an extra mailer ball attached. The couple are (pending their honeymoon In Puerto Rico, making the trip by Jet. They w il live in Cliffwood Tfcrraee. Eaat Rutherford. Both ar# gradual#* of Lyndhurst High School. Mr*. Brown it a graduate of Rutherford Secretarial School and 1* with the office of Hudson Wholesale Grocer*. Lyndhurst. Her husband attended Fairleigh Dickinson University and 1* an accountant with Pittsburgh Plate V ela**, Newark. He is a member of the Army National Guard. Touch-Tcno Telephone Service Touch-Ton# telephone service, which enables callers to quickly tap out fhe!r numbers on push buttons instead of spinning a rotary dial, was made available 1to all New Jersey Bell Telephone Company customers whose numbers begin with 438, and 939 starting Monday (October 10). These customers arc In Rutherford, East Rutherford, Wood- RW<re, Lyndhurst and Carlstadt. On Touch-Tone telephone, 30 push buttons replace the dial. New Jerrcy TMI sold Totich- Tone calling Is being Introduced gradually In other parts ol the state. Rates for Touch-Tone calling, which is optional, include a }5 conversion charge for residence service. This charge provide* Tauch-Tone calling for all extensions in the home. The monthly residence charge for Touch-Tone service is a line, which also includes all extension* on the line. Business rates are somewhat higher. The dial tone i* changed to a lower pitch before Touch-Tone calling ia introduced in an area. The change in tone which i* due to equipment modifications In the central office wa* heard for the first time in the area on September 30. Mia* Judith Diane BMaow- ki, daughter of Mr. aad Mrs. Chart#* J. lunkowsw, 294 Wat eon Av#.. Lyndhunt. became th# bride ct Robert H. Pavelchak, ton of John Pavetchak of 3 Springdale Road. W#at Caldwell, and th# l«t* Mr*. France* Pavelchah, on Saturday, October Sth. Th# ceremony wa* performed at 4 :» p m at the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart at Newark hy the Rev John Oatoa The adaption waa at th* Casino da Chart*, Totown Mi** Diane Cowell waa maid of honor. Bridesmaids were the Mlsae* Carol Borowaki. Irene Pavelchak. cousin of the groom. Nancy Hopf, and J» i* Pilas and Mr*. Lloyd Walik. William Binkowtki, brother of (he bride, served as heat man. Robert Bees and Lloyd Wallace ushered with two brother* of the groom. D#nni* and James Pavelchak, and their cousin. Michael Pavelchak. The bride wore a ahegth gown of (Mustered satin with coop neckline, long tapered r o b e r t P A v n / u t i sleeve* and a cathedral length tram. The gmrn and train war* beaded»1*h aeedpearto aad crystal* Her three-tier hand rolled dlk Nhaslon vail 1*11 from a satin # headed with crystal* She carried whit# orchid*, Ifliea of tha vallay and stephaaoti* Bridal nltrndant* wore velvet grown*, ia ruby red lor th# maid af ir w n w r in f and carried green Fuji mum# and Ivy )#ave* Th# ooupl# ar# spending their honeymoon at Miami Beach. Fla. They will live at tlt Ffcr- at Ave,, Lyndhunt Mr*. J»avchak 1* a graduate of Queen of Peace High School and attended Fairleigh Dickinaon University and 1* employed at Anheu*er-Bu*ch, Newark, Her husband 1* a graduate of Essex County Vocational and Technical High School. He 1* with Mallon Suburban Motor*, East Orange and ia wtth the New Je r sey National Guard*. Notes From St. Michaels H.N.S. On September the 23rd last, the first meeting of Interested parishioner* wa* held in the old Church to plan with the priests the first of two affairs run exclusively for the benefit of the. Parish. At this meeting. Mr*. Rost; Moskal was elected Chairlady. Mrs. Helen Zaborowski accepted the very difficult responsibility of Kitchen Dinectrea*. Peter Snymialosvicz and Henry Lemanowicz volunteered to handle the Bar Arrangements. Theodore Wilczyn- *ki and Jean S*ymialowlcz are Ticket Department Heads. Josephine Redd is in charge of Decorations. Lorraine Laskow- ski wa* appointed Secretary. Victoria Mertter will handle the $0-50 and other auch enterplrses. Marian Marhewka, Stephen Orllkowskl, Marge Vanderbeck. Cahterioe Pardo, Unda and Patricia KowalAl accepted other responsibilities of Importaoge in nuuting this affair The Affair Is Scheduled For Saturday October The 29th. John Szura s Orchestra will provide the music. It will be a Dinner-Dance Night and reservation df tables 1* now going on. Mr. and Mra. James W. Boyan, 311 Monroe S t, Carlstadt will observe their lsth tvedding anniversary Sunday. Tbe couple has three daughters, Maureen. Kathleen and Margaret, and five sons, James, Joseph, William, Peter and Sean. Mrs. Boy an is the former Maura Davitt, of Brooklyn. Want to knowwhat makes your telephone work? MUM ( AROIJNE Mr and Mr* James C Dalarll of Pnaspect Av#nua. Math Ar knit tun. hav* announced th* aitgagement of their daughter, Ml** Caroline Dalaell to Mr. Arthur Bremner, son of Mr. A Mr* Arthur J. Bremner, of Orient Way. Lyndhurst. MISS AI JO E DALY Miss Alice Daly, daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Bernard Daly of Lyndhurst, Is engaged to Frank Barone Jr., son erf Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barone S r. of Lyndhurat. Mis* Daly and her fiance were graduated from Lyndhurst High School. Th* future bride to a gktwa f y at Western UMm r New York City, and her fiance is employed by Sel-Rex Comr pany, Nutley. A spring wedding is planned Miss Dalaell. a graduate of North Arlington High School a a d O a r r m o n t S e c r e t a r i a l School. I* employed as a aecretary by General Telephone A Electronic* Corporation, New York Ctty Her ftamv ia a graduate of QU#en of Peace HJgii School and King * College He I* a Peraonnel Manager wkh TV **# Chemical Deaign Oo, East Rutherford. i A May wadding 1* planned. various musical toys and games for children of all ages. There are many interesting And new attraction* at this Sacrtd Heart Carnival Opens Tonight TYmtght I* th# opening at Ifie all new 1986 Edition ol the Sacred Heart Carnival, being held at the new Parish Outer, located on the owner of Valley Brook Aveau# and Warren St., Lyodhurat. N. J. For thoae who have yet to attend th* Sacred Heart Ctrnlval, there la a world ot excitement that ia beyond description. And for tho*# who have attended past carnival* at Sacred Heart, you too, are ln for a Ug»urpri*#. This year all tb# booths, and again it to pointed out that we will have SO booths, will be located in on# room under one roof. You will not have to go from room to room trying your skill and luck In winning com- for *11 who attend T V r# will br a home-nude din n#r. wilh your choice of clam saur# or rr*b-m#at *auce So II U r women 0f tht pariah, now i* your chaac# to really njoy yourselves You will hav* * full dinner, and (her* win br NO dlsbe* to waah AH you hav<? 1* do. la bring your huabani ami chi Id m i along aad really wnjnjr ywtrwfi I Oo Saturday afternoon, from Noon to 5 p.m., th* carnival will be run for the children, 'flier# ar# ride* to th# rear of the parish center, along will, many interesting game* cf kill for th# youngster*. Tt»* rommkt##, which ha* work#d hard and lung, has atated that cverv child who attend* will Be Rtvca a gift, in addition to th# prize* h# w1na Saturday evening trill wind up th# carnival, wtth th# drawing Ttw ilf alao aignal th* md of th# mc-i successful carnival ever held,n our town. The tim# la now Com# On Down - and enjoy vourself and meet your from tin m e e tin g to the Of keeping the pitd- Democratic Cover# asked and after the Th# neat social gathering wtu be held on Wednesday, October 1*. IMS at 8 00 p m Coaeen- (ration svtll be on the SH, «ti. and Sth However, any rf the community 1* Invited to Carm#la ton Av*.. to frethman at founded In 1M2, to tertan affiliated et coltege In aouth-central W E B U IL D C H A R A C T E R Self - Confidence and Ditciplinn F R E E with M usic Lesso n s S E E O I R *M TS TO D A Y! MUSIC TIME Inc M a r k A v e n u e E a s t L O W - C O S T R u t h e r f o r d A U T O L O A N T h e r a p y S p e c i a l i s t IX)OK SMOOTH: Now Vou Can Have UNWANTED HAill REMOVED $ % ^ 1 'i t rfcpj In s ta n tly S afely - perm anently by th e Seniatlonal Badlomatic Electrolysis By GINA Of AOATA BEAUTY SALON Com* tn Today for Free C onsultation G in a s Electro lysis W Y m a n S2 Midland A ve. A rlington, N.J. HOUSE OF LORDS y * jk r- Scotch w fc W h is k y M H6 PROOF. i f ^usfo.toswm NOW i. v ; i z j ; :. : R " ".' 'V I ] Pott led...,'..,. f j J..O tlt' fmtorted solely b'j-* ln:ernaticn; i 8r,nC. New. "X. N I the p la c e :5 utherford Telephone r Building 32 Orient Way, Rutherford ^, the tim e i 1 p.m.. 5 p.m. and 7 P.M. 9 P.M. the date: tues., Oct is wed Oct is Thurs., Oct. 20 Fri. Oct 21 You know that you can phone almost anywhere. But do-yog know what happens when you do? You'll be amazed by the thousand and one operations that stand behind your phone service. Be our guest for the evening. And bring the family. New Jersey Bell Q Q CONVENIENT ECONOMICAL EASY TERMS BUDGET ARRANGEMENT ; i ' * - D r i v e i n t o a n y o n e o f o u r 1 6 C o n v e n i e n t o f f i c e s f o r F A S T, F R I E N D L Y S e r v i c e! N A T I O N A L C O M M U N I T Y B A N K Mtmbtr F.DJ.C. 16 Community Minded offices in Bergen County, N.J. v m m p TEANECK m * FAIR LAWN (4) * GARFIELD EAST PATERSON EAST RUTHSftFBRD a CARLSTADT a LYNDHURST (2) * WALLINGTON, NORTH ARLINGTON " "... ' ""... ', M PW -ill.'" " I'... " I..... * 1. I, v ir

4 * A G E F O U R t h e c o m m e r c i a l l e a d e r A N D S O U T H B E R G E N r e v i e w T H U R S D A Y, O C T O B E R IS, 1*5<5 A G u i d e F o r M O V IE S E N T E R T A IN M E N T D IN IN G -....,, «,,i - i w i M M M a M n, ffil yatham turnh the s p u i t i t v ont h e s t a r s RowPlaying it the All law" Rlvoli GorX Crosby Wins Applause - for Role In Meadowbrook Spn ial To The L*< <W It to difficult Id believe that *u«-h would tiw <»*«in Coney N rw YORK In life there l«land thr aquarium haa an admission price of 90 rents It is *rr» remarkably t«* kind thing* aaid *11X11 Dorothy Ktipaid without objection (alien The girt w m such a suo c c m that t wa* her taevit. *" * Bren* '** «"** **> Me hand Would it be a better kind ot acid wit that didn't soo V admission were charged? make lor endearment. There are thoae who fear Quit But now that Dorothy ia dead one hat to admit that the long Ihe betpieet* from foundations and wealthy people would be i naming ahow "What'* My shut att if admission were kliner* has lost Its only reason lor existence. charged. They don't want to lake the risk. There were thoae who thought It ia unfortunate, however, IXtrothy added Uttle or nothing that many of the soos and museum s-like so many of our li to thr show, She w m so obvious* b Intent upon winning the minor braries are subsidised % the league contests staged on the stalls. infantile show that she created a vast distaste in the audio ***. The custodians and ths staff usually have to make do with what the traffic can bear. When But bow that Dorothy is no they unionize and protest and longer with tho show it Im* toethen threaten to strike they are <orae a vapul pretentious bore. considered enemies of the peo Sophia Lore* and Paul Newman are the fascinating adven W W,j#*ern«*d humor At osc pic tt i* customary at those * * * *f Metro Gokfwyn Mayer's Lady L," also starring tim# now i* mere name drop- to e s for newspaper editorial u * v,d N V*B ***»* *7 ot» Parisian laundress who aids Vrl!. < Tn n ft), ir u n tti aa auarcluu iu rubbing U* and the ^aodying about of In-,,l rid, fc., «U y, ends up very rich herself when she contrives to marry side jilt *-* K * nu., ^ V,r h «r L rjh t to * Lendal* tnlven). Film ed In PanavMon much?^,, Z ^ r S L «T ' l * f ««*? * It is recognized now that what tural heritage gave thg program edge, point TH EIR CHILDREN ANSWER and watehamhty was Dorothy's Such editorial* are best answeml by the childraa of the k, action in the government his political masters face tortured by the desire to wtn. " 349 Milburn Ave Lyndhurst, N. J. lisry Croaby I* a tremendous hit with th* Meadondireok audience. not only because of Ma l» iformanoe. but alao because b< reminds them so much of his beloved dad. He * a mor* rugged, muscular man but there»re uvanneris ms ao reminiac n t of Bing that at timet iw seema to be he The famed Dinner Theatre produotn Gary McHugh and Carl Sawyer and associate John iu sumont aeem to have an uncanny knack of knowing exactly what the public wants and that's what they give them tn Ihe Cedar Grove Restaurant'> latest hit, What Makes Sammy Henry Becton The ahow ahould have been,hpy,re * tvink" Uorgan Mid Calabrea* had Director Leslie Rlau of Newark. cancelled the day Domtfty Ktl- K 22! Dorgan added, Cliffaide been unresponstble to demands "Mr. ww_ Becton* wide experience in business, philanthropic gaben died. It I* now choking _ M M I? " *? 0 * Park has witnessed what he by Republican councilman Jo- *Ttts own neclttte.., * termed a nine month song anq seph Farsldl for adoption of a and political affairs will be O P E* ON SUNDAY In Teaaeuk the decision to z s i m t r * * * ty 2 5 s t * - i e seums may offer, Th Palisades Park Mayor f**1, y shoulf^kuch * flpen the local library on week- This may have gone far charged that Calabrese com- t safeguard be unpopular end* thoulti bewatched with In- from ^ dissertstion on Plt>le dependency upon the good with a P0* 110 ottlclal?" emt Tt Is strange that the tl- why arp clote<j m wlu of his Democratic bosses Reverting to the county scene, brary. of all places, should be SuwJay Ilul tc(lully ^ ^ in the SUte and County w m a DorKt>n»»ld: "the Democrau clo ae d If the very days that questtens come down to htu>dclrfl which hampered Cala- appear to have but one ambition, folks have time for reading and breae ia performing the duties namely, to orvate a powerhouse researching ^ ^ to M centf of a * Freeholder office. structure through the public of the librarian^that ^ * P* ck of cik»rett,?»» the, "Calabrese is on the State payn>11' * stimtln* are *moker8 ta 11 community of 54,- payroll as an employee at the l *Tk witnessed L f X J? <X» people each contributed 50 Public Utilities Commission. He Ca *br^ fobowlng this Demoh ^ m th! COn,s to the Iibral> funds It seeks to go on the County pay- cratic blueprint and «fra W0UM amount to *6 000 That rol1 a* 8 choi«01 the,axpaf 01 B«* en ^ t y can h r» L. ZJZ wouid he enough to pay to keep cratic County boss. This com- f"**61 the sarne ^ «ction m faet mam, muni i.i ii 8 u**rar> l* n on Sundays. plete economic dependency ** *, nul<' move forward to a III many municipal tt- u ^ ^ - asking too much? must, of necessity, force Cala- county P *itlon branes work on short schedules because of the need for cut You there, with the cigarette brete to place his political alle- Concluding Dorgan demanded Company of America. in your mouth, Is SO cents going giance above his allegiance to that the Democrats become In addition. Mr. Becton is ting back expenses Wherever W y o J r possible. the people of Bergen. He can- sensitive to public needs and to President of the New Jersey a Perhaps ciua jn ukt the weakness wcanm-ns ln in the uir n,., not *Rprd tp jeopardize his se- fulfill those needs in a buslness- Symphony, and State Chairman library aet up Is in the word L J o rg a fl In v a d e s ctfrity ly acting in any manner like economical manner instead of the Employers Legislative other than that of a rubber of being the last of the big time Committees of New Jersey, "free" which is usually ap- Cliffside Park tamp, reflecting the desires ot spender*. pw^ed to the title. What we get fophorttln* we Just don t appre- Invading the hometown of one clgitc. That * a fact. w» Democratic opponents In New York the most marvel- *»«,h«berfien Board ol Fr*e- At Lo cal D r iv e - In T h e a tre s ons uf museums are those of holders, Mayor William J. Dor- AH and Natural History. Both S8"- Pali*«des Park, last night * t facilities accommodate charged Bergen Democrats ms of visitors. But there is «'««seeking a multimillion dolsqme doubt that the museums blankcheck from Bergen are used to fullest capacities, taxpayer*. And it may well be because Dorgan, speaking tor the tbe two mitteufhs charge no ad- Cliffside Park Repufclican Club, missions. said the record ot the Democrat One of the most successful mu- controlled majority county ± s in New York Is the Mu- board made minority represenof Modei% Art. It costs $1 tati n in county government a t in. It always appears necessity. although its walls hold He added that, the local small sampling of what record af Cliffside Park Mayor, ile at the Metropoll- GeraM Calabrese, Democratic Freeholder nominee, qualified he Metropolitan draw Calabrese to Join what Dorgan bigger rrowils IT It charged 12 called a TV playhouse the admission and paid a publicity Democrats are running in staff to develop the kind of im- Hackensack as a substitute for age which wpuld attract the businesslike government, folk* who toad J2 to spend on Dorgan said: Freeholder status? meetings are new chapter* in NO AlPPRECIATIQN the circu* serial being presented Would an admission price by Democratic freeholders who keep people away from the mu- are projecting government by seums? play acting because they have At The Lincoln Theatre Cary Grant is an Innocent bystander as Samantha Eggar and Jim Hutton discuss Hutton s unexpected presence, in Samantha's apartment. It s a scene from the new comedy, W alk, Don t Run," a Columbia Pictures release in Panavision and Technicolor. W alk, Don t Run" is a Granley Company presentation, now at the Lincoln Theatre, Arllngto.. f- "A Audrey Hepbnrn teams np with Peter O Toole In William W yler s HOW TO S T E A L A M ILLIO N, romantic comedy in Panavision and D«Luxe color, now being shown at Route- 3, Paramus and Troy H ills Drive-In Theatres Private Instruction w on W ind Instruments Conservitory Prep Courses Louis P. Pastore M u s i c T e a c h e r W e have all the known brands o f liq u o rs, Wines and beers. We serve hot lunches. Ladies Invited. Double D arrel s Tavern H o t S o u p a n d a n U n d a o f C o ld C a t e, S a n d w ic h e s P in * a l l k i n d s o f B e v e r a g e s, C o f fe e a n d C a k e. J O B D O B R O W O L S K I, P r o p. 441 LEW AN D O W SKI S T R EET, LYN D H U RST, N.J. W E b a t e r M U 1 Henry Becton, Chairman of the Executive Committee and a Director of Becton, Dickinson and Company of Rutherford ha* joined Senator CaM * campaign Advisory Committee, it w m announced today by Campaign enormously helpful in Senator Case'* campaign for re-election to the United State* Senate," said Mr. Blau. Mr. Becton, beside* hi* Becton, Dlddmon affiliation i* Vice President and Director of th* National Community lank of Rutherford, a Director of Tec Torch Company, East Ruthertord: President of Everglades Sugar Corporation df Palm Beach, Florida; a Director of New Jersey Television Broadcasting O jrp.; owner of WNJU, TV Channel 47, and a Director of Foundation Life Insurance What Makes Sammy Run starring Gary Crosby at tbe Meadowbrook Dinner Theatre, Cedar Grove, also has exotic Dottle Frank and distinguished Robert W. Stewart who plays her dad. Jerry Van Dyke to How To Succeed follows, pe«lng Wednesday, November TAKE THE QUICK WAY TO HOME BEAUTY... L e t u s h e l p w i t h y o u r d e c o r a t in g p la n s! W e r e p a ir, r e b u ild a n d r e - e o v e r f u r n it u r e i n y o u r c h o ic e o f f a s h io n a b le f a b r i c s o r le a t h e r s o r v i n y l s, I I y o n p r e f e r. C u s t o m - m a d e s l ip c o v e r s, t o o... s k i l l f u l y f it t e d. F r e e c o n s u lt a t io n, r i g h t i n y o u r h o m e. Hun,"... a superlative cast. (>ary trashy and one af Broadway's smoothest performers handsome Ted Scott The moet delightful new surprise the shrewd lmpressartoa have dug up is talented and inc r e d ib ly b e a u tifu l J o a n n a L e t t e r M th e le a d in g la d y. T M a exq u is it e th e *p i a n m t o n ly la a n excellent actress but w m o ne of the ten finalists to th e "Miss America Pageant" In Atlantic Qty and winner of the Talent Award, ht addition, tha gorgeous m ature tt an experienced pro who recently flew In from Hawaii after co-starring with Howard Keel la "South Pacific. M anyone misses seeing this delightful performer at the famed shcwplace sometime during the month of October, where "What Make* Sammy Run" will he shown Thursdays through Sundays, they should have their annual psycho checkup The one duet between Crosby and Mias Leeter, "A Room Without Windows * Is worth the price of admission itself. Am*l* Parking Lod«* tmakln* * < M ain ttr * «t aaat Or * no* OFtANOf Peter Sellers The Wrong Box NOW THRU TU ESD A Y A L L TECH N ICO LOR SHOW N A T A LIE RO BERT WOOD RED FORD This Property I* Condemned A LSO SOPHIA LOREN PA U L NEWMAN SATU RD AY M ATIN EE H ERCU LES AGAINST PLU8 W INTER A GO-GO AHT CLASSES CHILD R EN AND A D U LT* P O R T R A IT t G EN ERA L A FIGURE DRAW ING CREATIVE A R T - CHARCOAL P A * T IL S - W A TER COU>R OIL PA INTING An E xhibition of S tu d m ta W ork In L ata S pring Will Ba On Vlaw. A L L Y LIPANI A rtlat Instructor PROTECT YOURSELF Judo-Ju-Jitsu-Karate Men- Women- Children Day and Evening G r o u p o r P r i v a t e In s t r u c t io n C a l l a n y t im e 4th Degree Black Belt Instructor 3S1 Kearny Ave, Kearny to n t h a t m o u r n lo o * RIUPHOISIBI SHOP AT HOME VISIT US CALLUS We Can Re-Upholater Your Furniture i So That It WiD Look and W ear Better Than New the ACKERSONS 410 HACKENSACK ST. CARLSTADT, N. J. N J M J X which encompasses all 2! counties of the State. He is also a Bnjnww' Bureau of Passaic, Bergen and Rockland Counties, a Trustee <* the Y M C A. of Greater Ber or 2116 m e m b e r n a t i o n a l s o c i e t y I N T E R I O R d e s i g n e r s gen County, and President of the Y ak Alumni Aseoriatkw of Bergen County and Vicinity 1Hiring World War II. Mr Becton served m active duty with th* U. S Army Air Cbrp* Mr. B*eton and M* wit*, th* farmer Jean Cnggan. have five children and live in Englewood, New Jersey. Two Leagues For Bowling G irls GommiMioner Jo*«ph Carucci announced that due to the overwhelming turnout lor the Park Department 7th It nth grade girla bowling tt wm n*ce**ary to hold two league* thi* **aaon. Sixty girls wt* compete In five team league on Saturday mornings at 9:30 a.m., and tmrty-alx will compete In a three team league on Monday at 3:30 - C GENERAL C IN E M A m THEATRES R O U T E 3 OR I VC -IN R t.3 a tr t.it Now thru Taesdsy JO ANN E WOODWARD Carol Lynley TH E STRIPPER " m Arlington 9M-4MI GSMmrr COMPANYnan. C A R Y G R A N T SAMANTHA BQOAR JIM HUTTON. * *0L C. SCSCL - mw, pins H u g h O B r i a n F a b i a n In A g a t h a C h r i s t i e s C h i l l i n g M y s t e r y "T EN L IT T L E INDIANS' G t li Kiddie Show Every Sat. Mat. W p m. Both league* b*gan piay last we*k at th* Lyndhurst Ijine*. Mrt. Max Christiana wtll be in charge of both leagues and Mr*. Jessie Alberti will handle th* secretary's chore*. Assisting Mrs. Christiana will he the Mmes. Benedict, Hart*, Hanley. Scarpa. Uvem, Vewfela, Davis, Prt inei ano, Miles, Rafferty, Ingrossia. Wrightsan, I -uggle. DaJaduno and StUL :a " i OC T» GARY CM Sit Mi * 4 HALFPENNY PLAYHOUSE Fri-Sat-Sun at 8:40 PM O h D a d * P o o r D a d, M o m m a s H u n g I n C o ld B e e r T h e C l o w e t A n d Y o u l * m F e e l i n g S o S a d Adm Students $1M S5 Midland Avenue Kearny, N. J. W in e & L i q u o r s F r e e D e l i v e r y Complete Catering Service E D D I N G S B A N Q U E T S P A R T I E S - E T C. H O M E M A D E C o le Slaw Balced Beans Potato Salad Macaroni Salad Clam Chowder N A B ISC O RITZ C R A C K E R S SU N SH IN E KRISPY C R A C K E R S - Home M ade

5 TtTUHSIUY, O ftobfr 18, THE COMMERCIAL I.F.ADER A\T> SOUTH BERORN REVIEW I s A n y b o d y H e r e N a m e d J o h n s o n?»taa * repr eaentatlve «>n Iron (tw Unlvm H ^l lu m m t u (fi# c U tn tjf paint* The Hat was ini-n-a*m 1* hy thr new Q m i That Ii the mimtwr of pmi KcH tfln Otm met farmer Ifrvk fm d ) it thi vtwnen eompfkwt tty ttu* V rtr r smt A4fnil)lttriIkm Thit in fur mstwm wes tarnished by P M Nugent. Manager of tlie VA R e knuj Office in NewaHt Smiths number on thi VA ctuul which now carries the namea of 25 5 million living veterans.. The VA la d * rile llata J* w vgm iriari Murrts- itecauae n a rt ai> act many lie waa a Hawaiian with similar namea, tha VA I thr oh! alphabet tor... of y«n **as mm* writing tn foe assist* ane# er advice lo Iw sure to iiv Johnsons there etude claim ntimbefv, service le Lyndon Baines Johiv numbers, eorreet ttddwssu, etc.# r addreas N!D0 Penn* so VA tan answer the best it can Avenue, W.W, Wash- the mill km pieces of mail tt C. receives each year. Formation Of Non-Profit Corp. Joseph Job For Bergen Animal Shelter Made Tells His Views corporation to build and at* an animal shelter ta ffc County wa* announced tod, Mrs. Pearl Krupp of Tea a director of the new cor tion. Speaking before the Grand Jururs Association ot Bergen County New Jeraey, toe., on Tueaday. October 4. Jnarph Job, Republican candidate (or Sheriff, stated; "I do consider the Sheriff s Office a law enforcement agency. I MUST conaider It a law enforcement agency because New Jersey law defines the Sheriff as the chief taw enforcement officer of the County. I an conscious of the h a that there are other law enforcement agencies ta the County, and that some of the responsibilities of these agencies and the Sheriff's Office are not clearly defined and appear to overlap. I am aware that this thpt oitkaf* ibt$ Sifter* Iff's Office or some of the other tow enforcement age n c I e s should be re-deftoed After I am elected to the Office of Sheriff and have the opportunity to study Its present functions ta detail, I may make specific recommendation* ta thi* area. However, until the preaent law Is changed. I shall assume and I shall discharge my legal obligations as the County's Chief Law-Enforcement Officer. itis d i bmtpr rhtnr^ of fvml> <**Uy being m l than at my Um# In nearly decade. At NCE. nwollmenu tn the undergraduate and grwtum* prugrama averaged In I9&46 aa againat an average <4 4,W In I9M A Nuiv-cmlil pro- grama tn NOT* Division ol IWlMtogy averaged 1,111 student* and thr Dtvtston of Orxv floulnic Kructnrering Studies arvteed «n u Me m an. to th* m of 1MB. NCE had an Mrrtilment of (,440 student* tn all divisions PUNished enrollment* of tha IW U J eohege* and universities offering accredited engineering procram* burt year Indicated that NCE ranked 7th In undergraduate enruu m a a t a nationally and Kh to enrollment* among thr 184 Inetttuttona offering thr m asters degf««. Among Naw Jrrary Instihtttona. NCE conttauad aa thr substantial leader In providing particularly to terms of the number* of studenb who sre D iscover a new world t f difference in SAVE MORE STOCK YOU ft FR EEZER State Museum Honors Rutgers The New Jeraey state Muaeum In Trenton will participate to Rutger * year-long observance ol ita 300 anniversary by exhibiting 36 work* tram the State Unlerslty's Fine Art* Collection The exhibition, which will be on diepiay In th* Museum * auditorium galleries from October 6 to November IS,. «*ulnure and (n {M ( neettng, aa a r t w r, has iltrrtng oil latt. Dm thera and nnm an that (rant w Rnbert Van Houten, wit ol Newartt College oi Hlng, outlined the facta recent message to atu* and friends al the miworks to thr tih tb i, Kttropaaa 4k Amer* >mwm how can* y af painting. end htmdeed. >ear* e0- tx-iduhmg with tha The North Arlington floater Backcti mrt October li)th at 9 p.m. la thr home economics room at (he high schn)i Mra Agnes O Malley presided G R A N D U N I O N SUPERMARKETS LIMITED TIME ONLY Shower Enclosures, Safety Glass Expertly Installed $49.50 Choice of design Forte Tile Co. 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The Oldest financial Institution lit Town Since 1SI4 AND LOAN ASSOCIATION PLENTY OF FREE PARKING AT BOTH OFFICES NORTH AMINGTON OFFICE 80 RIDGE R0. P R O G R E S S O - I M P O R T E D HEARTS DELIGHT Apricot N ectar L IG H T C H U N K s te r k is t tun a fish 3 ' t t n n CH*st 1 sahiokn «' 1 INSTANT COFFEE F L A V O R F U L horni hardart c o ffe e Prices effective through Saturday, Oct. 1Sth. We reserve the right to limit quantities. c r l s c o o i l * 8 9 SO CLIP THIS C O U P O N STA With this coupon & the put chat* ol one package of P E R S O N N A R A Z O R B L A D E S Coupon good thru Sol Oct. tslh timit oni cquoox e<#vwyto»»t* SAVE 30 LISTERINE ANTISEPTIC UVI)» PEPS0DENT TOOTHPASTE Grand Union Ridge Road, North A rlin g ton Instant Redemption Service Bloomfield, H. J. 22 Washington Street.

6 L j n d h n r i l H i g h D i a r y K r h o o l ][, B r ifrancine G E N T IL E i W n V u V v. The fir't awards in ttn U ; «held FritHjy third perloil A* Student «wel* dixtritoim, Rit* Mrtt, Stu dett fo und President :>»*- firwt intmdured i V t i Uudnirk toe trrnwjrer,wtw> cave out R n l L 's. Theae pirn nf* given lo thoae students ut». ntii urouletr ten service p<»«i». m> mar* tha* <lv» oi *h *fe ran be in or»- <-*t<*gor> I.uni* ( act) ieeretary, gave out 'hr P tw L's whl*'h tr* awarded tor 30 poto no more than ten nf wmrh m#v he ht out,-ifwgorv Th* Silver L's were (?'>ff*hutrd hy Martha Pnt* rhnickv ylre-prrsmwt. fc»r J5 wtth nr> n m than IS In on# category She tl«h guv# ttw onlv Oo»J L to Rita Pokk oi SO point* with no restriction at to amount In any category T V categories In which a student may obtain service point'. ~ - rrurp*, I. -* BTiilrii'!» ^ #4.1 if, m nnnir, mt m if,! * *> pnints arr distmnited by toachen to students \fhn thev f«*t ere deserving»o ifery may be obtain**) to ottier vtav«sfhojanwp * ^nerviee poinu are' f l w * ittxlmts Mn. Gratia** aad Mrt Whnar namea ar* on the Hnnor fflt'.,,,. M «a» ««. u «. om J Z - k «f Z S. rrmt la #\Tti tor earh time an STTfciJ-*.. 1 i«w tke H o n ^ n O n w r o S iw ^ ***** mint I* flvr'ii for each time on the Credits hie 1AM.. Also at the as eml>l> tn- F riday, Mr PaHfo. primttoal «iok,. rm chooj %4r)f and achievement, lh announced t}» n of ttw National Merit <ni ited about making hit teievltton dehut aal perhap- trvif tudenu will *t«y kt Mm«and atrh th# nan* on Wavtakm ft la expected that awn* of w f *»tha!l piaver* *M rtv'erica1!- era wtll be Interviewed durlnf ha'ftime. It ahould be a ver% good game between two undele ted teaota, and a mometv tout event ta the Mitory oi LytKSturtl H I# fokoa). Emblem Club Has Initiation Tite f At*.i hunt Km Mem Chib tod rw IM Monday evening it (he fitki Lodge Ui t%i* Avenue with Mn Arthur ft. Mpf>, preakle»t. ta charge $ h new member^ wtte initialed by Mra John Groalano. a paat pitsi^rnt of tkr Lyndhurst Club and alao ot the CJuh They Mmes. Raymond P.'llicanl. Barry tiler. Michael Of- John Duggan, Samuti and m m t Vilacbovlf 'ter, ol lh# New flptonat sr Knifvt dv* Oub ifcas* AB ara rf Pamdt < Untie THV October TS-lS A l * t i, 1 > and North Arlington r ^ - o d * * * * * * «hoojs will bp r* sre*rofni During the flrst.gewn*! meet- The r uh wui be M l to the tim Thursday tftrntntti Mr*.. ladiea an am Aanuai Ladtw ' f eu Onkford A ScbsBrk, S r. Nigh? w Saturday *^ing, Ob- IHwldJ «!<nt <if the New Jeraey C5#»- tobtr Thia U another Jtoattu rrvh wifi preaent tba oonvcnt*«w ih-me "LarniM Aglow." Mi«1m m S Price, aecretary ut tlie Nattooai Ct nrrea*. will apeak on "Channel at Ught" it ihe evening session. Ftarmer Gmentor Robert B Meyner will addreaa lb* con. ventlon Thursday evening d««r Ing th* smond general m*#tlnc *t Convention Hall Mra Herbert C. Plimell. convention rhalmteh. mmbunced that his tuple win he Higher Kducahoo With Emphasis on 8434 * to «ttlrli Goxaf.nor Me>*ner wiu nutline his position on th* COfV ftuvt-rdal»w prndlnj leg* mmm* aoliun iti jncw Jf. i. } IJeriisQ, m threy vice pre*ld«r.!»!rf Ih r NVk Jersey C»«n glwa* tt C;hiadSi'«d tut Fride.v In the Diamond Jim Bro<fv R.^in of the Siti UAii a. If * trl Th«* nirmiose* are M' If A. ui Ci«iit«nton Mr> J«v aeph K. Oryguti«Sr of Linden snd M r* W!ll&m R Sayee of Pnlr Lawn bww active in PTA «or% Itl Bergen C*<*iSiy, At TV *»» ot pur frtomdly at whioh w# greet the A u* 11airy, the daughlsrs or "«Ui trtewla. 1 Our houae chtortnaa, Ray F r#» J«C o m p a n y Freed h«* a iarga sign «il that die New Yaa Party this year will bt urd*> Daoembar tie la are UntUed. Ray Doa t wall tor th* rear ftye Petr mt #% **» h rr tamped bar am.'ompaniunahip at ym t Knights Tou af* atsn to bring yttir family E B B ftamoona A Fraaae A Oo., toe,, 7* of Us II members I inatural- of tfv 25 Year Qufe" at a Ante reeetoe aer and reception at tbe Hotel * aa they ft. H,.riu. New Tot*, on Salaaya urda> October lat. Club memat tbe beratt. ia limited to emptoytsa»n> c v rm n g s o t fl rtn nd tr MltlN r 5*1 SS vears Ot IT per cwsb Pa a y fm pbym u Ot Its 2 Tear CMb at «i tor aflve More dras».-<t tbe gmup, a Chairs an Theodore W Hager gjytanjii t ^R W (IV fka A I RHP beys present wtth a aerotl com mem*mating tbe occasion. Each new member also received a Btoepircc ts an express ion at the firm's regard. Special pree- «itet»ms were made to John t> Dmmmond. vice preaident. his retirement, and to Jack On plan. Philadelphia, an hu anniversary with Ih e coroj/fks Ihe company, a steed and aluminum service center, Is ceiibntlrqf ttr IflOth WHverswry thls year It maintains executive (/fleas to New York wtth Sants Jn I-yndhurst, B J., Bilf- Mo and Syracuae, N.Y., Hart lord. Conn.. Cambridge, Mats and Philadelphia. Pa. Reiser Bruce Goode, General Manager ol the Harttord plan. mm elected chib preetdeim. and Dorathea H Hinge of New York was named permanent aecrctarj Klaj* Lyad Club News The KingM^ynd Oub la proud to anwaat ra *te endormnetn of ( leigrraaman Ik n i) HetstoalU toe re-election nnd Hie election ill, We ting they ara beat guajfled Inr the cfbre they aeeh. they have our wbelafaaarsed ftc a oocr> crrntkn a n d v o n : on N ovro u tn t m t The Kings-Lynd chih met tm Friday togbl with a Urge gnaip W e HnUesarrea party wbtob wttl be held on Saturday October» New Com m ittee! For Auxili#ry Mrs Anthony Puieo, ntw pre.ident al $* Ladle* Auxiliary o t the Barringrr>waUuir Poat ot the American l.tr'-m has amouneid ber startdisst comm.ttae* tor tbe tear: V 1 Abram Geene Amerlcaniamt Mrs Albert MoNlneh child welfare; M in Florence Derby. conunututy seniee Ml* * Mnr- Uyn Bruckaar, Coaatltutleai and by-laws: Miy F<heaid Ctsidt.-d- Ian, County Delegate; Mra Christian Gnenveid. COUpMPKI; M n Jobe Masrievrid, attendance award; And. M n Robert MuMctaen Gfria Stale Mrs Lnuto Lud> deefae. OoM Star Mothers and stnfcnsae snd relief; Mrs Charles Kinsley, hostess. Mrs James Fergyaoo. kuoben and Past Presidents Parlay; M n. Jobn Hartigan, legislation: Mra Lst's mabe thia a gala occasion. is sal yam tbbete. sat fhairman Al Magutet ce Cte Chairman Chartet tbsia ar D. ^, We esio M sd bsnk M n Ann Ahrsm who bad heaa SiL Glad that alia te Im H si well again We offer condolence* to M n Jaan Wrightaon whoae Grandfather passed aw*y R'frethments were served br M n. Ftoreece Dunn and M n Heieae Van Votkom n m YOU A IL AT THE NKXT M tr T N Q I Bergen's YMCA Oilvt Opens Die teadersh^i GUI* phase al the Bergen Cbunty YUeTA's Annual Oirreat Statport Cam- PUfn will begin aa Tuesdsy. Notemher 2tnrt with Wlllism L Staeble, brm arly at Lyndto rft, as Chairman. It waa announced today tqr William K. Grwgg. Prcsiitent at tba YMCA Board of Director*, JtaeMe, Pres idem <d the Nall'wai Community Bank wttl tesd a sped d y recruited forte ot S3 men who will seeti 134,000 ti tbs I7S000 needed by the County YW3A to maintain and expand It' service* during IMT A member of th# YMCA Board n' Directors, SttneMe served as Headquarten Division Chairman laat year when Ids division exceeded Its goals by 33 per cent ship: M n. Walter Woell. reconbng secretary and publicity; s o t m w y w w. i^ p j w r im - AHhomte rs»y» ^^0 (inrt -jy.,msehle commented. With Ber- T! H K > D A Y, O C T o B F.R l l, I9t<- ant ttt ndllstrie* expanding our YMCA mutt also,*w>4 tor n>y # arttvtli*-* tor m on people to more communities,' Stschle concluded. "The final phase ai toe Campaign wth be launched to January," President Gregg pointed out "The reorganised Cbunty Y' baa served more than 7,* Ttn jm ingsttri from 4-11 yean old at members through 11V Youth nobs and othar groups," he said, "and tee are organising S aaw branch** to asrv# ihe Psstack and Nortbrm Valley Preaident Gregg also pointed out that s third new branch Is to the planning stage- this one to bring YMCA acttvtttea directly to youth and adult* to toe Englewood Tmafly Ltonia WA Lyndhunt Tr#clm#n Beat By E. Rutherford East Rutherford knocked MS I.yndhurst High s Golden Bears, tn a craaa-eountry hi t tie on the Garret Mountain running course Fridsy afternoon., ft was the fln t win ol the 1HSS season for tbe Esst Rutherford clndermen who hsve lost twice, l.yrwtourst's hill and dal en are also 14. ilttnnlmt home with first place honors was Paul Smith at East Rutherford* Wildcat* 13:37 1. Paul Smith (E R ) I. Tom Miller teri Tom Gowerefc (Lt Jim Christiftnn <ER> gal DtChiara (L> Boh I jiveai trail I. Bill Aldridge (Ll Mrs Will ism Bruckner reh * K<>n K ^ to g so rap- 9. Gary Lats <ER1 tihtatkm; and Mrs. Jdha Ryan. UMJr u iacreaaing 10. Tom LaPenna a> salety. Two A re Divorced Divorce decrees were swarded to two by Superior Court Judge Lawrence A. Cavinato after uncontested hearings. M n. Veronica Sorensen, SUE Forest Ave., Lyndhurst, charged her husband. Vlggo. 58-ycarold machinist ot the Madixun Hotel, Hoboken, with desertion M jrch 1, 1957 They were married Dec. 8, in New York CM)'. Charles Kogge, 438 Third St., Lyndhurst, also charged desertion in his complain sgainst Veronica Kfigge. same address. They were married Oct. M, He said she deserted him May 1, WHERE QUALITY REIGNS A SERVICE POURS r A H R O L L * I I ^ I O H S Carries The Largest Assortment Of Imported & Domestic W IN ES - LIQ U O RS & BEERS A ll Our Famous Brands Are A t The Lowest Minimum Resale Price Buy W ith Confidence P R O M PT F R E E D E L IV E R Y t M - S lt l 13:13 13 ll 13-4A 14 M M ill 14:36 11: :45 C A R R O L L ' S L I Q U O R S 214 STUYVESANT AVE. LYNDHURST - * * * - * * ^ * * j * 1 A M IN IS T R Y O F S C R IP T U R E E X P O S IT IO N " The Carlstadt Baptist Chureti B r o a d a n d Madison Streets A n d e r s o n Fraser, P a s t o r SU N D A Y S E R V IC E S t ^ C A. M. S u n d a y S c h o o l C ta a a e a t a r a n a g e * A. M. W o r s h ip S e r v i c e a n d J u n i o r C h u r c h 11:0 P. M. B a p t is t Y o u t h F e llo w s h i p C a r ls t a d t M ID W E E K S E R V IC E W E D N E S D A Y S M F. M. P r a is e, p r a y e r a n d B ib l e s t a d y. A m e r ic a n B a p t i s t C m v e n t t o a Chirac U r Reader and Adviaor M Nl. MAMA 430 nidge Road. Apt. D-J Lyndhurat, N. i. Leak fa r h ar nam a in window. If y «i hav* a n y problem* w ith lova. buslneea, m arriage, haalth. vlalt th ia fliftad lady and aat your m ind a t aaaa. All readings ara p riv ate and confidential and th * m agnificent COLOR STEREO THEATRE C h a n cesi FAMILY SAVINGS DESERVp THE BEST <s\aw here is u n s u r p a s s e d value, square inch (2 1 " ) irik iant co/or picture tube. a /$ color purifier (Jbegaugger) i* U t in a* w ell ag a ciirom atone recori your precious records, f k S S B O O K S A V IN G S A R E T H E B E S T! Be Sure O f Earning Power - O F SAFETY O F A VA ILA BILITY! and, You C an Be Sure A t (Main Office) (Aasoclato Office) 2 3 P a r k A v e n u e 615 B id g e B a a d W here Y o n Save Does M ake A D ifference. Electricity is still an exceptional bargain! W hile the cost of living has gone up 121% in the last 25 y e a rs the average unit cost of electricity has gone down 4 4 %.* You ca n rely on a dependable low-cost power su p p ly to help you Live Better Electrically! Rat* raductlona and Increased use hsve mad* this possible. C O M P A N Y Magnavox DIRICT FACTORY DEALER F R A N K L I N A V E N U E, N U T L E Y Open Daily 9 to 6 Monday & Friday 9-9

7 tm V H ia V. ovnmirn ia, tm iilfc UIMMUU Ml, I.I UIU1 ANI» MMflll UfeJ&fcN KhVlfc* W f r J f l I f t b t v w TOUCH -TONE PUSH-BUTTON ' WBSWWBiW?,9 PHONES ARE HERE N e w T o u c h - T o n e p h o n e s a r e. n o w a v a i l a b l e t o c u s t o m e r s. w h o s e t e l e p h o n e n u m b e r s b e g i n w i t h 4 3 8, 9 3 3, a n d * 2 L A 5 * A g M i y i «* * V (f T h e n e w T o u c h - T o n e p u s h -b u tto n p h o n e h a s b e e n d e s c r ib e d a s t h e b ig g e s t a d v a n c e in t e le p h o n e c a ll in g s in c e t h e d ia l. It a p p lie s t h e s p e e d o f e le c t r o n ic s to t h e p la c in g o f a c a ll. Y o u c a n t a p t h e b u tto n s twice a s f a s t a s y o u n o w d ia l. A n d w h e n y o u d o, m u s ic a l n o te s trig g e r e le c t r o n ic im p u ls e s to s p e e d t h e c o n n e c t io n. T h e r e s u lt? A m o re c o n v e n ie n t, e a s ie r - to - u s e, a n d q u ic k e r-to - u s e p h o n e. T h e c o s t? It's s u r p r is in g ly lo w. A d d ju s t $ p e r m o n th to t h e r e g u la r te le p h o n e c h a n g e s, p lu s a o n e - t im e c o n n e c t io n c h a r g e, a n d y o u r e e n jo y in g T o u c h - T o n e s e r v ic e o n y o u r r e s id e n c e lin e - in c lu d in g T o u c h - T o n e s e r v ic e o n all e x t e n s io n s. R ig h t n o w y o u c a n o rd e r t h is arln a zin g p u sh -b u tto n p h o n e in a w id e c h o ic e o f c o lo r s a n d styles^ in c lu d in g a n e w ly d e s ig n e d, s t r e a m lin e d w all p h o n e. J u s t c a ll y o u r T e le p h o n e B u s in e s s O ffic e. T r y T o u c h - T o n e s e r v i c e n o w. Visit your Telephone Business Office at 47 Orient Way in Rutherford or any of the following locations: National Community Bank Main Office 24 Park Avenue Rutherford Peoples Trust Company of Bergen County 14 Park Avenue Rutherford j-n.>i v* m J.,, ' :S;.( To make the Touch-Tone push-button phone available to everyone in New Jersey, complex central office equipment Will be installed gradually throughout the state. Completing thi* statewide installation will require a few years. N e w J e r s e y B e ll Lyndhurst Branch 301 Ridge Road Lyndhurst The Wood-Ridge National Bank 207 Hackensack Street Wood-Ridge , - V i " r

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11 H U R S D A Y, O C T O B E R i s, I 'M Saturday Clifton Lyndhurst I-**1 WrehV Results: I yndhurst 40. Paaaaic Valley 2 <liftoo 12. I'jtl K uthrrford 6 Prediction; Lyn d h u rtt 12, C lifto n 6 Al East Rutherford Latt Weefc't Retultss Garfield 19, P at.ak 19 U if tun 42. E«at Rutherford 6 Predict ion : Garfield 13, E iit Rutherford 0 M n r i i, * -Jtt a. k. worm Arhnqton L«st Ie«sh t R rtuha: I tllmgton 14. Park Ridtu 0 W«od.K,d«e 33, N. A r t l u ^ 0 Prediction: North Arlington 7, Park Ridge 0 yard run, Don Heffem ran over on th# extra point try to make Ihe tcore 7-0. Before the initial quarter ended the aeore went to 14-0 when Anthony Lembo patted 23 yardt to Larry Gleeson lor the tcore Heffem again again added the point after The lone Penick tally in the tecond quarter came at a retull of i 43-yard runback on a patt interception by P it Sperone The convention try failed and Penick* held a 20-0 halftime lead, ft wtt the alert 9pe- Comer On Sports 1 Own Fumblet R'cvd 1 aifton ran up t n to 0 lead at ha]ftime~ thereby duplicating the Job Lyndhumt did tt Utti* FtUt against Paataic Vtltey. In dir firtt period aifton tcored the firtt time It took Um tall. With a third down tnd 10, Ferraro threw out from the M to Bobby Duch. The latter made a ctrcua catch and then ran 73 yarda to toore. Eait Rutherford roared har* and twice threatened' but wat uqabte to give Jimmy Hadrava Center; Dolintky Backs; Fermro. MadPe. Winkler, KapUnovicto Substitute*: Croland, T t Mtalik, Schoonmakar. CaU Im,, DeUrtto, Ayre, K-.lk, - drewlavage, Sorolta. EAST RUTHERFORD (I) Endt: Chavel, Jackson TacMat: Marino, ServllMo Guards. Rotarjton. DaVan Center: Dunn Backt: Hadrava, CUdkt. I mont, Cooney,. jh illtiitat^ - Barlatt, Uuu O if ton 14 7 a 0-42 E Rutherturd Touchdownt. Duch 2, Ferraro 2, Hutto. Winkler. Cltdia Points after toucmowns: Kap- Itnovich 6, (kicks) Officials Herttar, HIU. P la i, Moyer Statlttlct Olfton.*. 5 Total Firtt Downt > 462 Total Ydt Gained US 4 Firtt Downs, Uuthing 171 Tdt Gained. Ruah'g 52 1 Firtt Downt, Fwd Pats's 0 20 Fwdt Attempted Fwdt Completed Yd* Gained, Fwdt «a Penaltic»., Ydt Lott, Penaltiet 30 1 Fumblet Own Fumblet H cvd. 3 Clobbers Irish Santoro, Concannon, Cioffl, (ft, Sposa, Dolci, Foster, Anderson, Holzherr, Meola * Pointt after touchdowna: Lansza 3 (Placement) Statlttlct St C. Q. of p. 17 Total First Downt Total Yards Gained First Downt, Rushing t 405 Yards Gained, Rushing Firtt Downs, Fwd Past's 5 6 Forwards Attempted 15 6 Forwards Completed Ydt Gained, Fwd* M 25 Yds Lost, Penalties 2 Fumbles ' * * 0 Own Fumblet R'evt

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13 'I vkiu m I m I jn n m s p A Y. O c t o b e r w i«mus Saltinlav CRffon A t Lyndhurst Ijia l V r A a R e a u lu : I \ ii<lliurtt 40, Pum h- V ille* 2 < liflo n 42, E «* i R m lirrfn ril 6 P r r iln U o n : Lymlhurst 12, Clifton 6 C n ( t D i 4 k n i 4 A e r l ECIST R U T n C r T O r Q L l. t V e e 4 '» ReauH a; G arfirld 19. P a..air 19 C lifto n 4 2. Enel R u th rrf'-rtl 6 P rin lit'tio n : G a rfie ld 13, K..I K.ith rrfo rd U m itom n o i n w d * Pori, Rid,e North U a t t ' «4 *» _ 8 Wallii» Ho«14, park ^ «* <l'kid«j J, fi. i K ig, St. Mary's ~ U a! W eek*. R ra u tla : S t C a e e lia 59 Q ueen o f Peare 24 Baylry F.IU rd 6, St. M ury\ 0 P e n ic k s S c o re B y Lyndhurst, Clifton Warm Up For T. V. Actk» In Sunday aflernoon'i nme who came up with the Hunt quarterback «neak. went over Midget Football league wac and darted onmoiccied 11 yard* from the two-yard line and Jim ( phitdad aa 8. B. Fenick Ctamto pay dirt A place Melt at- Gutda. Jr., {dunged over lor the flit On Passaic» " y routed the Knight, of O -. lempt following the wore failed extra point to the count to lumbua 40 to 0 and RrfUned In the final.tanta Meftrrn 3*0 Later on UmendMa ram* I roduct* had clear.ailing in plu^^d over from the one-yard pu-ted a fine performance by * *o t dectiton over the I V line and Oleeww wecemlolly running 10 yard, on an end Il wa* thr tele of two game, **ven for UI yard*. lice department The weekly lor the booted the extra point to ral»e.w w p for hi. fourth Ktuchdown teat Saturday a. Lyndbunx Ikit the maimer la which vhedule oi game* at the High Ihe total to 1441 The acoring and hla team ', rventh (Hilda whumped Paaaaic Valley 40 to ] Hear* cruaitad i'asaak School Field tl^ weekr i * ^"d closed out when Gleeaon paaaed again carried user on the conic istiire Department <d«ahlng to lemfco on JJ-yard play tor veralan try to ctoae out the ls and Clifton ran over Ka.t Ruth gave lyndhurtt US Yd* Gained, Fwds for tha ton erford 43 to t. deoce it can haat_.»nd the Knight, of Cblumbut the touchdown, Intercepted % ewwrtlal*. romp al 4t-0 The two teams, favored to u II) play* after opptwing Refined Product*. I jirrwrvlola Score. Four Flfsl Downs PensWes The.landing*: win, won. but they had ey«aoaty sesuon of ttw; bail fur th* CUTFTOH Coach Niak Drf'aaqtiale'. Jim Lamendnla waa the for each othar because an Sat ond time In the initial S B Penick Company rebound- bread ami butter runner for The atendlim*: urday morning thay will men Lyndhurst maa-hed «d from ita open mg game Sum Coach Jim Gutda'. Refined Midget Football League In The Game of the Week.' Denali Cngllah. a 1 Own Fumble* R'cvd to Refined Prodt)cL with an Product* in their 46-0 blanking Team W l.t Pt. the televl.km game transmitted iiusrtcitack Saturday, rolled Wal ea.y win over Coach Pete Mu*- of Patrolman a i l Smith** Po- r* Prod * Clifton ran ae a 21 te over Channel 11. out around end for 11, at halftime thereby duplicating tardo'. Knight. The winner* department eleven Re» K of C The team, go into.mu (hr UW game ( r the tor hall mu to iu r *H * Vuono who RI. M wurtk, DVlaa, Ortrtoul. the Job Ljmdhurmt it Uttl* ~ tallied in every period by aeor* fined Products alao.cored tn Penick Lyndhurat did at Little " unbeaten. r * 1'*'. galm>p«j gop(»d 21 yard! and then HeUern, Ptoc«*ow»ki, Aittfcrto. FaU* agalnat Paaaaic V*ltey Valley S«h*ttaite ing twice each in Ihe firat and every quarter in garnering their p. D And their thair performance* performance, on pusted p*««j u, to Vuwm Vuua* for I I From Fabiano. DeMairo. Wittorff. In the firat ported Clifton Miallk, ** fourth periods and putung second wtn without a to*. v Saturday Satuntey wer* wmtm almost alinoat aquaj equal. ihe Mm- one-yard o n e -,,* Une Unr EnglUh p*un* Jtoobaen. Gtear*>. L o rm. De aeerad the flnt thne It took the ^ DeU Ayr*. across single touchdown, in the tn thr opening period Steve l-yndhurst lyndhunt ran up six *1* touch-,-d «*d over for (or th*.core UUU, Gallk, Jtoai. Uacto and tall. WH» a third down and 10. drewl,v«* ' two middle period*. Five different player* on the Penick eleven Twirling Contestants Thome, on the end of a reverse went 56 yard, for the int M u s t P ile A p p lic a t io n s yards. doww, down*. 18 U first fln t down, down* and 436 4*. Lyndhurat Marled next on Ita Savino. Ferraro threw out from the 25 KA.ST RU1 23 y*!?~ U 11 EA ST RUTHERFORD.61 yard line and In a sudden PASSAIC V A LLEY (!) to Bobby Duch. Tbe The Utter latter K nd* Ch crowed the goal line tor touchdown*. Lyndhurst IVriritng Festlva itch and then tial touchdown Nick OellaValte Cllftan am on,racked up seven tough Ends: Chavel ***Z bur*t Uirttln* Tl Ead. DeVlaar. SaJvatorteUo mad* a drcua catch plunged over for the conversion doww, down*, five flve Hrat first downs downa and 482 y*rd* >Hnj, Tackles: Marino,. _. start, at 11 DO a.m. Sunday, tor the tecond touchdown, alio ran Tl 73 yards yard, to acore aoore. Guard. The Penick eleven drove 50 Guards: Robertson.. ^ kcj ' r * con: u " :r in 0^ ^ h, in ^ m «h ^ yords- >n.. # Just Ju*' «i the half wa* endfnf Tack lea: Caaclano. Mtnnocoi Caat East Rutherford roared bank back E yard* In eight play* to put the the period Lamendola scored the Center; Dunn gymnasium. The lone long yardage and the tu i:ngllsh Englhh flipped to Vuono Who C.uarda Cardinal*. Taller and twice threatened but wa* Back. H first stx-pofnter across Mike first of hi* four touchdowns by Hacks; Hadrava. GUM. Lashort.hurt count on first firat down, galloped IS yard, for the acore Canter: Patter unable to give Jimmy Hadrava m nl Coorn WeJten put the ftnishli«touch- romping 23 yards off tackle moot, Cooney Competing for trophies will be merely Indicated indicated that Clifton and a w to u Lyrtfhunrt lead at Back. Mulligan. Scale., Ka- the kind of protection he need- Subatltute Substitutes: narlett, es to the march wtth a nine- The acore spread to 254) Novice High School trams; waa *ooring from way out-77 ha If time. lautak. Rayhack ed to «et hu pacing poison go- i», yiitl riui.'"uon Heffem ran ov^f TfalRime~ its the M Ttrtlf tor-tftr Ttnrr touphdaam. Pam te Valtey tw rtltf tfn t- SDBRCOtM: TVmSM. Der- In i.e a * t fctfs& nfw ia* tc**. 1PHI'!? "" on the axtra point try to make ucts put across second Teams; Twirling Teams, Junior 66 yards >**** for f<* the "*** second, «tt 14 7 tl 0;48 ^ hu *«* H«t ^or. In the aec- dy. Rath, CoWm. Nlea, Fabian, ing the Clifton toy. around and r! ".lhn, the score 7-0. Before the initial quarter touchdowns. Lamendola Small, Senior Small, Junior the third and so ao lt It went. 0 0 and half when a pan from cen- Maxey, Hawkawell. Smith. Jao- there»eemed no hint ol danger 0 *-*9 quarter ended the acore went to dashed 11 yard* around end to Large and Senior Large; Twirling. Corps t!2 or more', plus gsmes game. Lyndhurst Lyndhurat and Clifton back Bob Maxey'. head and Aldrich, Upton, ICamp, Vitale,.topped on hi. own M. On the basts baal* of the Saturday Duch 3, ter went over the head ol Full- Uewtcz. PhUfian. Tien, Oalta. when Mark Winkler g e are d» Z 14-0 when Anthony Lem bo pa**- up the.core to tt-0 and shortly iiadls ed 23 yard* to Larry Oleeson after Thome went five yard* on Hare L * going to 2 face each 1 other Points after touchdowns: Kapmany Solo event. All age. are WM recoverrd * **»«. n ***«*n and O m U n iuddfflly wtr* r, 1(pprd for thr acore Heffern again an end iweep to make It 2M. with high scoring acoring offensives Wirkler slipped, ovjck «, ttocksi offen.lv** the 11. Sparta went over from Lyndhurtt T IS «14-40 out of the arm. ol tackier* and niizi.u * again added the point after. In the third quarter a single covered in the various categories and all contestants twirl In out of the srms of tackier, and official. Mender. HIU, P in t, and mean, mew. stingy.tingy defense*. defend. the one. Puuic V y I 0 0 I3-3* wa. off to the raoea-h yard. Mover The lone Penlck tally in the tally came when Lamendola was oft to the race*- 66 yards Moyer Lyndhunt didn t didn't score.core In the Passaic Paasafc Valley got on tha Touchdown.: EngMah (2), Vu-,0 ieorr second quarter came as s result of a 43-yard runbafk on «to seore. c ifie d his left end from 40 their own age group spectacular fa* faahlon (Won that lea featured Clifton's Clifton * victory over tor ter when Engltah English fumbled the StrffaneUl * *? Clifton scoreboard.coreboard tn In the fourth quar- ono, J, Sparta. D. Span* Sparta and n fh.rfr.rri East Rutherford dominated Statistics yards out. Thome ran over th* pass interception by Pst Sper- exfra point to make K The competition is open to all the play for several minutes but East K u t Rutherford. ball ln the end woe when he Point. Points after tourfsiown.: touchdown.:.. y. T * 5 one The conversion try failed Two touchdowns came In the twirlers. 123 trophies will he could not press Into the scoring S Total First Down* Lyndhurst did a lot of ground w"» «<* OUt Guarino t,4>, (placements) and Penick* held a 204) half- fourth quarter to complete the given to the winners, plus 275 It was finally s 45-yard 462 Total Yds Gained gaining, putting together 307 Twl Lynd- Safety: English Fumbled Out time lead, tt was the alert Spe rout. Tommy Shoebrldge, on a play that gave Clifton Its 4 F ln t Downs, Rushing medals. yard* rushing Attempting 20 hurst s pass when he Intercept- of End Zone third score. 171 Yds Gained, Ru*h g 52 ed with 1:44 minutes of the * Officials: DtLorenao, Vaa O r 1 First Downs. Fwd P a n s game remaining. Dennis Sparta dan, SldnU aad L&Bove CHfton scored three times In 20 Fwd* Attempted 28 Comer On Sports raced 56 yard* for * touchdown Statistics the third period but gave way 15 Fwds COm pie* ed 12 And with time running but Lyndhurst P.V. In the fourth quarter to an East 291 Yd* Gained, Fwd* 9t Shoebrldge passed to Joey Sttf- IS Total Pint Downs I RutherfoW uprising that Anally 5 Penal tie* -rrtiw * r * anelli, all afternoon one of the 426 Total Yard* Gained 35 got East Rutherford on the 30 Yd* Loat, Penalties 30 A welcome note from a local favorite from the long to be member, most resourceful Lyndhurst 11 Fln t Downs, Rushing 3 coreboard. 1 Fumbles. 3 forwards, Lyndhurst completed 307 Yds Gained. Rush'g 5 With IS.econds remaining the 1 ago arrived this week to confirm that the Len Coleman, Exactly how doea the NCAA explain the fact that it Own Fumble. R'cvd. 3 i T *? P V*1 ^ unbeaten Montclair High produces as typical of American couege.. g.m e in which School, ooi, it is the son of the wraith who ran for ao so many inv A nuru.n. _»_ i t C0 0J f Cecelia some Americans cannot participate because of their color. touchdown for the Lyndhurst Field Chib. There isn't a player on the Tennessee and Georgia Tech Len showed up one day at the Lyndhurst field with team who would not gladly play alongside or against any Ld Roeschke and the late Louia Crupi, later Lyndhurst Negro player in professional ranks I tax collector, as guides Why then this discrimination in college? There were a baker's down Ing a 19-yard pass from Scott Backs: Scott, Bellucci, Foster, Santoro, Concannon, Ckrffi, ( 1, Roeschke and Crupi, who had considerable experience playing for professional and semi-profer*ional football And why should the NCAA pick out for national presentation a game in which discrimination is practiced? t «ueen of Peace and St. Oceila The Saints added one TO be- Subs: Meota, Burrinski. Mar- Holzherr, Meal a ot touchdowns Saturday when for the Tt>.* Holzherr Sposa, Dolci, Foster, Anderson. team*, were involved with the FieU Club. It was at their insistence that Guy Savino, the Lynd- We hare our own theories about o rg M ix a ti^ Uka the n ^ * **'"* at torr mnde6' fuy CWfi ron#' Wolowi,z' D * mw' P01"1* ilt0r touchdowns: Lan- "* * Englewood. going 32 yard* for the score. Chase. Cantrells, Hurley, Es- u a 3 (Placement) hurst newspaperman, was persuaded to put the team to, AA #the»caa and other groups sponging off tha colg ether. leges of America. Unfortunately the majority of Wck taujed M t kou, Borgess, Paterno, Meethe touchdowns were scored by yani w<he thw period for Un. Barrett, Romeo. Statistic* Coleman was a handrome, rangy type who said he And allowing national television of all-%vhite football St. C. Q. of p. St. Cecelia and the Englewood ^ snd, fter Doug Holt- ST. CECILIA (59) puyed some halfback. In tow, also, was a friend, Bill games merely reinforces our belief that the college or- team won 59 to 34.^ 17 Total F in t Downs 13 Alexander. ganixations need more reforming than do the slums of our,. herr climaxed a 65-yard Queen Ends: Conoannon, Malloy The score 527 Total Yards Gained 287 was The late Gook Hellwig was coaching the Field Gub. country. a shocker. ^ drive by doing over Tackles: Galllgan, LaForte 13 F ln t Downs, Rushing I Many favored Queen ot Peace tmm' ^ M.'ctoflfl'. ^ a r t He looked over Coleman and Alexander and said he would Guards: Fay. Lepotlch to win. But St. Cecelia, which TO ^ made u 45.^ 405 Yards Gained, Rushing 184 give them a chance. That was all the pair needed. They DOTTIE STUFF Center: Bomcisl became vainer me the iiiauibiayl mainstays of ui tke me icbiu. team. Georga. «,._a. Greb, the outstanding center on North Arlt * il.. I.. I.»! _ 1>< w * ** ^.. r. In the fourth period, Cloffl Backs: Dolci, Sposa, Cloffl, 6 Forwards Attempted 15 upset Don Bosco the week be-.,. 4 First Downs. Fwd Paas's S fore, was <not to ba denied. St. coveml the ^ lu yarth tor Roeschke at the time was puyink end. Crupi was the, *,H,*h * I001 "1 holding down the cenquarterback. Whenever in doubt, Crupi handed the ball ter spot on Culver-Stockton College... Tlie college is Cecelia lost its opening game Feddock 6 Forwards Completed 4 a score to make it and Subs: Lanza, Falcone, San- 122 to Caieman. located in Canton, Mo. and won its firat two games of to Bergen Catholic but has after Ralph Meola scored on a ton. *..J '. J COLEMAN LIKE A GHOST the season... After Jack Grandi, the Culver freshman come along strteq; since then. 22-yard run for Queen 01 Peace, Q- of P to Coleman didn t seem to be faat. He didn't seem to be end booted five extra points so that the team could win The resolute St., ltil Cecelia clan Yds Lost, Penalties Dolci added the final St. Cecilia St. Cecilia Fumbles * * a power runner. 35 to 32 over Gracetand (la.) College, the ordered le 33 to 1J at halftlme. score oo an eight-yard run.. Touchdowns Fed.lo< k (2), Own Fumble* R'cvd. But the youngster just couldn t be knocked down. He extra steak sandwiches for the lad... But something Ed Feddock scored the fln t touchdown for St. CeceiU, driving over from the two after had a trick of falling away from tacklers. His runs were seemed to go wrong last Saturday because St. Proe 5 Queen d! Peace entertains tus Rutherford St. Mary s Sunday. things... of beauty. And there were many of lilelll them. knocked off the unbeaten Culvers 27 to 2S... Tom SAVE WITH B... ot- Kirk Dolci had passed 44 yards St. Cecilia was in such great pparently the Len Coleman playing for Montclair ^ / r / T Lyndhurst boys playing for Adams sapol/ns u i A i m I control of the game that it did the qualities of his dad. SU t* Colorado, «. listed as two prizes among the Kevin Concannon took a Kearny High School s Kardinals got a taste of young co H eg e.o ffth e midwest... Lastweek they wera 28- not punt once during the tussle. yard pass from Dolci for the Queen ot Peace loat two players. Holzherr Is feared to have P A I N T V A L U Coleman r ability Saturday when the W est Hudson boys u 1 j 1 f l*onnle McCraig, a 285-pound fourth score which climaxed an were bounced 53 to 7. t,c k!e W^ J >1*yed the fro* wall of Highlands Uni. sustained a broken wrist while All CoUman did was score Montclair s initial touch- v. r,*ty * New Mexico... East Rutherford is a place 80^ artl <ir^ ej n elght plays. o f SltMMtUtt 'e Joe Burzinski suffered a shoulr 9W9fyPPff m*«w Aa*# A4 / a d. with, s w d * jk, score Montclair', fourth J! T L ^r Phi* extra w Calling Paint Bonn I J X. ln,w n ",',' hdown ««. f a i,, ^ * «- «- ~ <*> A J.1.. * Y*ra*a......,,,,. their school nearly burned down Th# moat *urnrisinv n back 80 yarcte for the TD and Ends: Sales, Anderson, j,n< w *nt *_way the high school of his tcocl/ on Saturday for this column s money was St. Ce-,hen *** Queensmen recovered Tackles: Clough, Lancaster daddy s friend, Ed Roeschke. Roeschke captained the i- eg n, t p.. j,, *, their onside kickoff and went 40 Guards Detnbowskl Berffin K e.rn v H iah School team in»h. rl.v I ullinni ce,,# n 24 How do you figure that ons" p.. uuards. uemdowgki, Bergm Kearny High School team in the day when Lyndhurst students took their high school work in Kearny. Montclair, it seems, would be a good team for Kearny to forget. The schols have been playing for 28 years and Kearny, has won only twice, in 1937 by 6 to 0 and in 1939 by 7 to 0. Montclair has won eleven in a row. ON COLLEGE TV TV viewers saw one of the most exciting games of the year Saturday when Georgia Tech defeated Tennessee 6 to 3. Although the score was low, the playing was as good as you will find on a college gridiron. One of the amazing things about the game was that both teams wera made up chiefly of lightweight players. Few of the youngsters scaled over 200 pounds. one out? Queen of Peace waa supposed to have another yards W1,h Pat Anderson snar- Center: Flannery one of ita fine team s this year... Rem em ber when " ' Bloomfield was the giant of high school football in New County Park Golf Course Jersey? On Saturday Wayne galloped over the once strong Bengals 33 to 6... Scores were climbing all over A Major Improvement, the state Saturday with Madison rolling up 75 to 0 over Verona.. Marty Liqquori, that running ace from Essex Catholic, is at it again... He won the NYU invitation cross country meet and led Essex to it. 23rd consecutive victory. LONGO WITH BROOKLYN Channel 11 football buffs Saturday night were rewarded when they discovered Tommy' Longo, the Notre Dame ace from Lyndhurst High, was installed as corner- But they drove and tackled and blocked so fiercely back for the Brooklyn Dodges of the Continental League. that they showed that the over-sized players look effective only when they are playing over-sized players. A strong, fast player of the Tommy McDonald (Oklahoma's old star) can produce more good football over a 60-minute period than any player 50 pounds heavier than he is. And the Saturday TV game proved it. An 18-hole golf course taking gation system is in, and instalshape in Overpeck County Park lation of utilities is 90 per cent is one of the most significant finished, the report continued, meadowland improvement proj- Staubach sold work will begin ects ever established in New this fall on the two-level field- Jersey, William Staubch said house and on three bridges today in a progress report on spanning Oveit>ectc Creek. Redthe course. Staubach is con- wood siding will be used on the struction chairman for the Ber- fleldhouse nd the golf-course gen County Park Commission, bridges. Two of the bridges will The course, scheduled to open ba for podastriatis only, and the next summer, will be part of third will be used by seivice Channel 11, which is teieviaini ing the Continental League games, went down to Norfolk, MTof Va., to watch the Dodgers in action. And the Brooklyn team came through Bergen County s projected big- vehicles as well as pedestrians, nobly with an upset victory. cfentral park containing a The lower level will include a Longo * appearance iii Brooklyn livery indicate* that variety of recreation facilities, pro shop, showers, rest rooms, Jackie Robinson* who is running the team, ia intent upon Staubach said. Noting that title and a first aid room m i l fin e r ca r a a l ttn U ^ i L. Cl - I J aj a n _ I.! i. * I I I it I.. t i. 1 _ A,.nn» inlmnnna P tt> g real unit on the field, that Robinaon is backed to the park site is finally clear An open staircase linking the and the park commission plans levels will have lolaies at both to push further costly develop- ends. ment ot the soggy tract, Stau- The course has been designed bach urged Nov. 8 voter ap- for heavy public play, Staubach proval of a $2 million increase said, noting that the first tee In the park commission s bond will be 320 feet long so that The game also proved dishearteningly that in the deep by plenty of that green stuff and that the Continental South college football is still pretty much a pristine all- League i* here to stay. white affair. There wasn t a Negro boy on either team The fact that a fourth national network is being orand Tennessee is supposed to be one of the uplooking ganized makes it almost imperative that a new football areas of the south!» league^ be organized. Professional football is the hottest Probably disheartening is too mild a word to use about thing in TV right now and there isn t enough of it to go a college that bars students because of color. around. lim it. markers can be moved about Disgraceful is a better word. And not strong enough That Continential League game Saturday night was Seeding of the golf course is over a. Urge area -in order at that. Hgfc class. Longo, who kicked off for Brooklyn, perforih- und^r way, Staubach said, add- to give trampled gras* a rest, The National College Athletic Association, which hand- ed in great style. Looks like Newark gave up on its Bears les TV arrangements for the college games, ought to be too soon. Another yqar or two and Newark would have way*, tees, green, and traps is lagoon have been exci ted as ashamed of itself for permitting discriminatory colleges an entrant in a successful league. 90 per cent complete. The irri- part of the 150-acre course, I ON* COAT LATIX IMt OVt* looocoumb Ow 1000eaten-. Utaroft«r un raiur or truth M -rem anda^l. So rich»«h f»gmantg*-«wew cmm Newdrigias. formula no runser * 20minutedry-n» unfrtaumhf LIS T. 100% * EXTRA BONUS M my IMM X -PnMmCater- Wall FalM On# C o at Dripleaa Latex Ceiling White j A Q Q Pric* alon*. *5.7* dm GaL Imagine! $12.25 valu* for only $7,971 Sav* 38%1 ing that construction of the fair- Five lakes and ponds and a Valley Brook Avenue L y n d h u r a t P a i n t & W a l l p a p e r monsy b a c k MUMTB Stpolln (u.riintmd 'fo rm stated cftast pur flct ft/funded L y n d h u r s

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16 ; '.7 r f tiif f! tic nflrti I IRST HOME OF CMAMFIOM M t lia h r d every U m reday by H e Cotn m rrrial Lead er P rin tin g Cm upany * t S i Ridge Road, Lyn d h u rst, N. J, Telephone G En eva 8 8?INMt?01 M were bought. Nevertheless, he tells ua that be w m caught in the rainstorms of recont vintage and that the Corfam, after resist- - JO H N S A V IN O ~ ~ ~ Second-Class pottage paid at R u th e rfo rd, N. J, t S.N Per Y e ar L y n d h u n t, N. J O rto h rr 13, 1 % 6 T e * Cent* Pt» R e p u b l ic a n s A n d M e a d o w la n d s Tba Republicans of Bergen County have estimable alertness in seising upo,..»s 11 Oa tbe meadowland. aa an im portant phase of tbeir latest policy The Democrats, particularly in Bergen CouMy, stand at a tremendous deficit bocause of tbe meadows. Orderly, profitable development of tba acreage has boon balk ed by an inoa plirahla Trenton policy. J Although Gov. Richard J. Hughe, ba. been perfectly willing to allow (be queatioo of g^panding harness racing go on t b Kajlota in a November referendum, he bto abied away from letting tbe people decide on ownership of tbe meadaws. Tbe governor had two bills on bi. desk, (too w m to expend harness racing if tbe vatont approve. Governor Hughes signed tbat bul bfce other bill would have permitted tbe vptara to decide whether tbe question of (nradow * anou w WM* -. lm d. CKHIKS L t-j B f MtflCC in favor of tbe mu itim in w hich tbe land ia located. That bin tbe governor vetoed. Tbe Bergen Republkauae, under tbe leadership of tbe new chairman, Nelson Cro.., were quick to s e a t upon tbe They hopefully will exploit it in the eral election campaign. Tbe Republican policy statement attach - ed the idea of permitting a racetrack ia Secaucus. That baa been g goal of tbe Democrats for 20 years. Only Republicans have fought the move. With the Democrats in control of tbe M nate and assembly they are now m oving to put a ruinoua racetrack in Secaucus. The Bergen Republican, w e to be commended fo r mounting tbe figbt to bait tbe racetrack and, at the aame tim e, moving to settle the qumtion of meadowland ownership R e v i e w i n g T h e P o l i c e Our big neighbor across tba Hudson is having a tremendous campaign on tbe js*ue of a civilian dominated police review U seams incredible that there should be Mtf <t*estion about whether a review board bould be stationed somewhere outside the polio* department. Since when w m it an American principal to allow tha accuaed to Inveetigate himself? Tbe position taken by the Patrolmen s Benevolent Association ia silly on its face. Tbe idea that a policeman will refrain from doing hia duty because of foar of the consequences is ridiculous. A policeman who would heeitate over that question would hesitate over anything involving integrity because he just doesn t know what integrity is au about. If there is going to be a review board t ahouid be by all means dominated and ran by civilians. Otherwise it ia a farce that isn t worth tbe name. ^ the other hand, the whole sticky taane of police status may be helped by the otherwise useless campaign in New York. Anything that causes us to think more of what a policeman is and should bo ia helpful It is likely to come m a shock to most folks to know that even in so advanced a city m New York tbe police department isn t ISO years old. For many, many years tbe city got by without a paid police department. When eventually a regulated department was voted a big quarrel aroae over whether the policemen ahouid wear uniforms. The policemen didn't see why they should have to wear em and many of them complained that they didn't want to be confuaed with uniformed handymen. A police department in a democratic society haa a recognised place today- But it naeda content revving up. Tbe old concept of a policeman, a club and a blackjack and gun doesn t fit modern conditions. The present policeman must be a psychologist, a lawyer, physical speciman of No. 1 rank, a politician and a baby titter. Thus a policeman has to be a lot of mao. You don t get that type of man or keep that type of man on the peanut-sised salaries policemen are paid today. In Uiis material old world you get what you pay fora If you want a policeman who is rugged hut Mnsitive, righteous but aggressive, kind but firm, quick-drawing but alow-shooting, you ve got-to pay for him. That type of policeman won t complain about review boards. He'll welcome their help. $ 4 S h o e s : W h y N o t? Time waa when tbe handwork that went into a pair of ahoea, beginning with the tanning of the hidea, waa long and com- Iws * But DuPont haa now come out with a aynthetic leather called Corfam that oema to be the answer to the high cost e f shoes. Our witnem tells us that he has had a pair of Corfam shoes for six months. The the wetness, became soaked, 1 ut the shoes dried out m supple ss they,i were before tbe dousing. The shom have not scuffed. They haven't had a smidgin of poliah put on them. Tbe shoes have gone through a mighty hot summer: other witnesses say that the ahoea perform well in cold weather, too. Corfam is a plastic. It can be turned out by the mile at low coat. Since most shoes today are made in mechanised shops why the high cost? Why shouldn t a pair of man s shoes, with Corfam, sell for $4 a pair? C o u r s e s G o in g, Going... The newspapers had two stories this 'weak. The Bergen County Community College Board of Trustees has decided to.buy Orchard Hills Golf and Country Club S3 million. This means that the golf coerae will go although a nine-holer probably will operate for a couple of years. In the congmtion of Bergen County tbara is little room for golf courses. There ta going: to bo less. Fortunately the other story in the newspapars was that the Bergen County Park Commission s new course in Overpeck County Park in the Teaneck-Englewood area is near the opening point and should he available next year. Golf happens to.be a sport dear to thousands. But the fate of Orchard Hill is quickly overtaking many privately owned courses. The Knolls, long a favorite in North Jersey, has been purchased by Bloomifeld College and will soon be gone. The meadowlands offer the only adequate location for a course in South Bergen. The Bergen Park Commission might well be examining tracts. One site that.could be atudied is tbe perimeter of Teterboro Airport where over 100 acrea of unuaed land could make a splendid public course. It would not affect the airport in any way. I '. T h e T r u t h A b o u t D o p e W hat society refuses to recognise about the dope evil is that addiction ia infectious. The addict infecta thoae around him: partly he does it because misery likes company but most of all because he spreads hia illness to establish a ring of users to whom he can sell the dope and satisfy ' ' own addiction. - yphoid fever was a far greater evil dope addiction. B ut it was wiped out. curative w m eliminating sources of on. Doctors had to hunt down vieaf the disease to see that they did others. The story of Typhoid Mary, the innocent carrier of the disease, is well known. If society began to treat all addicts like Typhoid Mary the problem would soon be curbed and then eliminated. When a narcotics addict is picked up one certain thing is known about him : he must get his drugs somewhere. It is also known that the circle in which he moves has been infected. Society need only wipe out the supplier and rout out the circle in which the addict moved to bring a quick halt to the spread of the disease. T IT E C O M M F.ltCfAJL I.E A D E B \NT» S O U T H B E R G E N R E V IE W U u c a t i M u n i jtmtv museum utrfrs Wide Assortment Of Free Events Tto New J n w Stale M» \>dttarture Is lr#e aad itctota eum'a tali aad wtotor tetod.re available at the d>«r on ute offers a wttr range of «te.i «nne. nm a e rvd tests, public w n ts. planned hi inter..e-half tour tofar* prugram. est visitor. ai all a ee PtsaMM- vg tti Auditorium program. Mi hy the Museum to Trenton aa are prepared and trhtrtiiitd by a A ib to torvtos, tots year's Hay J. Howe. Chairman ot the calendar include. exbthtitana Museum's Bureau ui Education filma, lecturse. euncerta, poetry Sky-watctew who mlaaed reading. play. aad Planetar afuma famous rings Will will ItM demonstration* have an opportunity to aee a A special program Ireturtnc epeat performance oi this phe tto toudurv ot the American t» menus to tto Museum Plant-. mum On April 2. Saturn pre Muarum Audi tor turn cm Saturday. October I at 10-M AM»lewon on earth to aee with.mted her rings on edge tar the * r*m. a nr im m legenai ml of their trlaer ripaa Tto ings will reappear on edge an (Motor» and December IV. The laat time three edge ito Morning,' Born a Chteka aaw Indian. Te Ata la uniquely view* of Saturn's rings w#r* equipped to interpret the foil i-uaalme to any one year wa* In tore ot A metre's Indiana. Shr tto nest time will to 1MB attended the Theatre School et A -omptote explanation of how Camegte to Pittsburg and snd why this event tatoa place hw appeared to reettal per will be tto subject ol "Specformances all over tto United lacle of ia& m," tto Muaeum States and Europe Planetarium drmonetr a lie n On Sunday. October 0 at 3 <lurtng October P.M. tto Muaeum will cttn Planetarium demonstrations three films loruaang on tto art are )>reeented at 1, 1 and t late of Laltn-Antertca Painter- P M. every Saturday snd Sun- David Mansur of Columbia an day. Special programs will to shown painting ptrteree-lron Riven on OotumtHia Day. Oeto- Ito IniUai stroke* on the canva* ber 12- Admission to tto Plane- to tto completion ot th* works larlum is free, children under Tto fierand Latln-American Bi seven years of age art not adennial to Cordova, Argentina h mltted. the auhject of one of tto (Um-. scheduled The program au$< [tiements an exhibition ot IN ColU ge Graduate! work of Argenltoa'a Antoni Berni to the Museum s Main Plan C ocktail Dance Oalienae. The Singles' College Gradu- "In the Beginning" «... moyi- I *ica Oub Invites MagM men ab<* women ISetovan dto tto eerllest geokfrfc er, *** 21 and» who are colthrough tto recent Ic# Ages w und*r graduates to a aawill to ahown to the Mueeun lu* to Graduates and Auditorium on Wednesday. Or Academic Award Winners Gocfctotor 13 at lo:so A.M and I u u D,r>cc to be told on Friday P.M The camera explores the «*M ag October 14 from 8 30 markings an Ihe ancient rork P m to 1:00 a.m at tto Oub on tto aides ot Ihe Grand C»n- Dl*n». **» Springfield A v e. yon, which have recortk.t Unk>n. N. J. Live muaic will be counties* centuries before man P rid e d for dancing. Thia la a ADVERTISEMENT B ock s Column By MAX 1UGCK stag party a i * rf all Club events A great maay personal Invitations have been sent to people who hav# attained advanced degrees auch aa: LLB, DDS, CPA. MD, PhD. and Mm tors Degrees and to a number who received such academic awards during their college years at a fellowship. Scholarship, Summa Cum Laude, Cum Laude or Magna Cum Laude. although all other college grads and Undergrads arc also invited to attend. The S.C.G. Club fulfills the need here in New Jersey for a means through which the young professional people of the area can become acquainted on a social level. Represented are 159 different communities, over 53 different professions and more than 70 different universities and colleges. Other events planned for the near future are: New Faces Cocktail Party- All the major manufacturers Dance * ** held St.) of color TV sets except Msg- on ^tober 21, 1966, Friday, navox have raised their prices *rom 8:30 pm to *2:S0 * m- recently, one company twice. 'Pussycat Ball, Friday. The result is that Magnavox 0ctober 28 fr 8:30 p.m. to color TV sets are presently J2:-i0 *-m- * l Holiday Inn. your test buy. This Is true not Holland Tunnel Plaza. J«isay only from the price but alao N- J - from the viewpoint of quality Nocturn Cocktail Dance Parand features. The Crystal Lske Ca- You may have read in laat sin0, E«gle Rock Ave., West week s newspapers, that the rnnkp November I, Friday manufacturers of color TV sets even'n8 81 P-m. to 12:30 have been called to Washing- a m ' 'n *** Rp*ency R om, ton for a "leoture." The Admin- anfi B c -ock**h Dance to i Mra tion has been concerned held rw^nn-.g o _sionfr^ o# about the rises, and wanted to ** held 0,1 Frlda>' evening. Noknow why. Just about every- vtn,ber 11, from 8:30 to 12:30 body knows that ths price of, m' at the Suburban Caterers, copper has gone up sharply. ^oute Paramus, N.J. Live Certainly wages have not come music wu1 ^ Provided for down and in addition the man- <iancin* an<1 there * amp c ufacturers stated that the lack room for free parking. of Jabor, mainly skilled labor and much absenteeism contrlb- Deborah Hospital r y s r u v - s Sroup plan, s*le have had to explain this to the The Sixth Annual Awards administration Is a mystery Dinner of the Golden Heart The talk is that they have been Chapter of Deborah Hospital told to be good boys now and took (dace Sunday evening, Ocnot to raise the prices any tober 9 in Casino de Charles, more. This is too silly for Union Boulevard, TotowA. words. All a manufacturer has Many different awards were to do Is make minor change*, presented by the President, tor instance put different knobs Mrs. Seymour Rosenfeld OEast or slightly different trim on the Rutherford), who says, "Our cabinet, change the model num- Awards Dinner gives us the opber and the price. This way the pontunity to honor our very previous model is simply hard working members and our dropped from the line and re- patient and understanding husplaced by a different model bands, for without either there number which really is the would be no Golden Heart same as the previous one. Chapter of Deborah. Much as it is being denied or The top award of a Crown played down by the Administra-, Bar went to Mrs. James tion, we are in a vicious cycle Shaughnessy. The three Merof inflation. As wages, prices itorious awards went to Mrs. ifbr raw material and taxes John Attardo, Mrs. Hank Bagrlse, so will the prices for the dan, and Mr*. Aaron Midler, finished product. Production Wortcer Pins were awarded to economies can offset only a rel- Miss Irene Duckworth and Mr. atively spiatl amount of the Marc Rosenfeld. Many others cost, and no amount of "lectur- received well earned awards of ing by Washington will Medallions, Diamonds, D change these economic facts,. Disks and Weekends at the Con- We service what we sell. cord Hotel. Tree of Life awards Beck s Radio TV Hi-Fi Nuttfy were also presented by Mrs. Jo ' seph Zatlcow (Lyndhurst), Tree Ol Lite Chatman Mrt Zaitow i l N M i wentefui job ss <w Awards Imam Chairman I V timmt Speaker al tl* VMitng was Mn Mm Kurt* Kurts <Jm#y O tyl. Rsgkmal Chair Chalr- man Musi< wa*.upplm-l Hy hy Joarjih Zalrwski tlyndhuriil, M W lm M. and former I each t of the Kearny Onawnalsry of M M t. Saced Hparf School O p*n For Insptction Cto Wednesday evening. Oct. IMh. Sacred Heart High School of Religion will open Ito doors lor inapectton by thr parents df tto students of L*nrihurst High School At thia meeting, thr paiwt* will receive sa opportunity to moot the teaching stall, examine the textbook and listen to Mnnalgiior Berk and Dr Levee A* added feature will be tto "tinging Meters" of tto Benedictine Academy who have agreed to entertain tto group wtth ttoir marvelous singing The subject of Dr. levee's tstk will he the "Role of tto patent to ito edncatton of tto Teenager " Dr. Levee la presently working with the Ml Carmel Guidance dlviaton in Newark and la seell known as a auditorium of tto actoot on Valley Brook Ave. at > o'clock sharp. It la the hope of F Brennan and Ms staff that every parent ID make an smart to attend un that evening not only to hear th* excellent speaker* god meet the qualified faculty but stso to learn what they can do to assist to tto Important task of leeching heir audento. Bowlinng League For G'iris i Opens The Lyndhurst G irls Tti a 8th grade Bowling League opened Saturday with many fine individual performances hl-llghting tto days action. Suaan CVbrawaki topped tto bowler* with a 208 aeries on games of 105 end 101 and Pat Leppln fired tto high game of the day with a big IM game. Tto other top score* were Patty Harte 105, JoAnn DeLomuo 114. Claire Angelo lp3. Joan Ducan 102 and Karen Daly 106. The reaults of league play found Mrs, Scsrpa s Champa taking three points from Mrs. Prlmerano * Go Go Girl*. Mrs, Lorent. panthers swept Mrs. Benedict s Jesters ln three. Mrs. Vcndola's Starlets took three from Mrs. mgrasaia's Good Guy*, Mrs. Hanley s Swinger* won three from Mrs. Harte'* Beatles. Mrs. Rafferty's Rolling Pins tock two point* from Mr*. Mile* Rolling Stone* and Mr*. Wr1ght«on'< Alley O t* won the odd point from Mr*. Davl* Playgirl*. Mrs. Max announced that there will be no bowling thi* Saturday due to High School football game being played at 11:00 a.m. The Monday afternoon league will open their season this week at 3:30. The program is sponsored by Commissioner Joseph Carucd s Dept, of Parks. Adoniram Holds A Rummage Sale Adoniram Court N a 22, Order of the Amaranth will hold a Rummage Sale Monday and Tuesday, October 17 and 18 at the Masonic Club House. 316 Riverside Avenue, Lyndhurst. ROSE C U T O N E Insurance Counaaling 464 Rutherford Ave. Lyndhurst, N. I office hotna Representing Tbe Lincoln National Life Insurance Co. "People Who Need People" Are Depending Upon Each Other For Places To Live - For Services - For Merchandise To Buy and Sell! THE WANT ADS Bring More People Together Than Any Other Media. SO Join The Thousands Who Use and Read Leader Classified Ads MB. Md MUM. V. HA.HIMSKI Mr. and Mm Victor Baaintrt. US* New Jersey Av#, celebrated their Golden Wedding annt- veraary with an Anniversary Masa at St Mioha#l t R. C. Qwrch on Saturday tt 8 a.m A breakfast lor the ImmecSate family followed at tto home of their aon and daughter-inlaw. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Baalnakl, Jr.. of Fuurth Street., In the evening. Mr. and Mra. Basinaki. with their children and grandchildren, had a dinner party xt-tto Bow im Arrow Manor In Weat Orange Their guests were Mr and Mrs Victor Baslmki. Jr., and son*. Victor and Kenneth of Lyndhunt. Mr and Mrs Joseph Daley, daughters, Irene. Jean. Elaine and Kathryn, of Mendham. Mra. Basinaki ia tto former Mlaa Josephine Mazurklewiu The couple were married at St. Michael'* R. C Church, October 8, 1«S, and have lived In Lyndhurat ever since. Until Ma retirement from active business In 1962, Mr. Baalnskl waa owner of Victor's Meat Company, Newark. He la a member of the Poliah American Citizens Club of Lyndhurst and the Son* erf Poland. Mr*. Basinski belongs to- the Circle of Poliah Women, 781, in Lyndhurst. Victor Baiinski, Jr.. I* a patrolman In the Lyndhurst Police Department. Until her marriage. Mrs. Daley, the former Miss Josephine Basinaki. was a teacher In the * Washington School, Lyndhurst. THURSDAY, O CTO BER IS, 1966 Mrt Jamas ICngeton la Chair- John IMrett*. toa af Mr and lady, assisted by Mrs Orate Mrs. Michael M rsth, U De* Van Witt Ave, BetlevtUe Cto Tuesday. Novemtor i, toe Th prospective krtdc waa Court will sponsor a Fsahkm graduated bon* Labonitory In- Stow and Card Party ay the stitute ot Merduwdlalng New Maaank Hub Houae Refresh- York City aad la eurrefitly env metos wtil be served si I S Stayed as an AastaMSMhver pm with Mercantile Stores. New York Oty Hatr naaee la tm alumnus ot Setoa Hall Uelverait* Md M currently teaching mentally and emotionally dtoturtod children at CMkbwaa VlUag#, Dufcta F m y, It. Y. A family dinner eelebratad the orcaaton A D#c*mtor ISth wedding la planned Jackkie Alonzo's Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jerome Alonzo, 241 Van Buren St., Lyndhurst, have announced the engagement of their daughter Jacqueline Maria to Patrick Comedian* Star InD.O.E.R. Program Cnmedlam' Martin and Roaal w ill toad a MS of itor par-, fomwn at tto Bergen County Republican Orgaai* a 11 o a D O E R Night program at tto Stan*,* Earner Theater. Routs 4. un Oo-idr U, Dunvita *** aungtlreas, recording star and television performer wql to taaturrd vocallet Tto fin a ticket affair will be prnkded By a cocktall-buffet supper at the Suburban Restaurant, Route 4 to honor Sen. Clifford P Caae, Rep William B WldnaB and former Congressman Frank C. Owner*. Tto assir. a fund raisin* event by the OOP. will Include a fwo-hour ahow wtth WtUtam B Williams aa master of cerela 11 hour. N* political ap#eche* will be presented. Kaminski Serving Vietnam Brigade TAY NINH. 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