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1 J L y n d h u r s t F u b l i c L i b r a r y SAMPLE V alley Brook Ave. L y n d h u rst, N. J. 0707,1 D octors a ll oyer the country have given up the sm oking habit. They have found it lo be just that a habit, not an addiction. To give up sm oking is a sim ple.matter. M erely stop. The idea of reducing on e s cigarette d iet gradually is for th e bii'ds. The w ay to stop is to stop. It is being done every day. D octors are leading the parade. If doctors, w orking under pressure d ay and night, can give up sm oking you can too. With greater ease. D o it.»d SOUTH BERGEN REVIEW LYNDHURST. N. J.. OCTOBER 12, I% 7 Second-class postage paid at R utherford, N. J T E L E P H O N E G E N E V A Officers Are Neighbors Blake Ehrlich's Article W eaves Spell O f History An evocatfon of parly Amor;: Hip fact. 4 h U- eountry \vas -a 11 can history that is overlooked by ing the Statue of Liberty. Iialtoo m any today is contained in lowed though its name was in a recent article by Blake Ehr history books, to fall into tii.-re Lich, Lyndhurst High School's pair. That article awakefied tho writing alum nus for the mag- country's conscience, Out of azine Fqinily Circle:... T h r w aw of re b o rn " re s p fc rrrr Blake, tho son of Mrand Mrs. tho great h a rb.r monumer:! William Ehrlieh of Ricige Road, cam e plans Tor the museum and Lyndhurst, wrote, his article other improvements which are with the title, My Love Affair now taking place on the island Mille-wMr ThF Help of a Mayan technical advisor." There is anothen City Hall under construction. Wr,jtp K;irl jeh : 'T h e new the visitor can still sample the Ijst'ji tradition upheld by the late Ifancy Fit?' Fitzgerald i JF K 's m aternal grandfather! and ho late Jam es Michael Curley, the old city machine mauni',]!>\ second cousins and itdige.it! : i hers-in-law. T h e With Boston, Mass. that supports tho statue. In the article Ehrlieh pointed Ehrlich's article about P, >sout that Boston, generally t h e ton in no way covers up the subject of critical appraisal thal scandals which a succession of is not flattering, has historical had governments have foisted old City Hall on School Street, references that make it essen- upon the city, is a m arveljus Victorian doveti.d for anybody,..studying the However,. it does remind u< ri!. redolent of cheap cigars roots of American progress. that we owe much to Boston and anti e -.-pensive labor. In its old Boston is unique amon; it: heritage. chamber, decorated with portrays, f hirsuite predecessors, American cities," wrote Ehr 1The prospect of Boston from the y council still convenes, lich. Although it is a northeri the railway bridge from Cam- the drawings. borough of Megalopolis that bridge," wrote Ehrlieh, "p ie and their uninhibited wrangles alarming urban exereseenci sents a steepled skyline not va ry constitute tto those whose taxes lhat coflts the East Coast down much different from the ancient aren't paying for it) "some of the best entertainment in town." t<; Washington it retains its it view of the Cityshield True. dividuality. hoth physically and (hero are some high-rise!>:,,! I 'm* paying his respects spiritually." ings poking here and there. And! i the i.li a'ians,who have rifled In effect. Ehrlich s article is a la ely there have been other the treasury and riddled the enltto arm s for those who rher- changes r J.Lit Lii ti._ul_uiil-jdty, Ehrlieh ish the evidences of the begin- But there is still the old City nings of this country s Kroat Hall, described thus by Ehr-' history It is not thc first rescue -lich: mission Which Ehrlieh h a * This structure, rising on launched bluffs of brick lo a granite sum- It was a trenchant Ehrlieh mit, looks like Solomon's article that ealled attention to pie as designed hy Cecil 1 Htiqfces Coming To Lyndhurst Sacred Heart N. A. Fire Contest -Winner chandise is first quality, a n d rent the air with cheers for Rutherfords McDonough. Hag- : ed along the ground, bravely m an. would grace any home. their favorites. el, Pefotti, Foil, and Wolf with chased firemen around the field, North Arlingtonites roared As usual, tihere will he the ail- Scott Pack and Ladder Climb, n score of 1 min. 21 sec. North squirting them from his o w n their approval. 50 raffle, hu this year there w ill first event of the day, was won Arlington firemen McCabe. Fla- m ake all the fires. Now get out A jovial Mavor William Meh< three drawings a session, in- H the Lyndhurst team of Le- dung. Godfrey. Roan and Gar- when they turned on him. dump- Dowell of North Arlington eonstead of the usual two. This will mese, Holzherr, Castlehurry, gano. the swiftest with a time of ing Shorty Ditnler into a wa- nod his fire commissioner T heo give more chances to win. and and Drozdowski, with a time of 1 min V sec., again got knocked tor barrel. (Continued On Page 5) reduce the waiting time between As H iursdav is Columbus O.iv, the Bazaar will start a1 12 noon, the same as onsaturdav. F i- d sv. the Bazaar will star' at Rev. Lindner A t St. Matthews The Rev. Ernest G. Lindner will be installed as Pastor of St. M atthew's Evangelical Lutheran Church. Valley Brook Avenue, and Travers Place at a special Vesper service on Sunday, Oct. 15, at 4 p.m. F 00 n.m -So Come One. Come AM tn the new edition o f the 5-'c'-rsi H eart Annual Fall Bator during the vacancy of the came pastor of Peace Lutheran p ast year. Church, Aleester. S I) in The Rev. Lindner comes to August Lyndhurst from Peace Lutheran Pastor Lindner is the eldest of Church. Aleester. S. p.,. where his parents three.wins. He is he has served since August, unmarried. His family now lives i» Massapequa, L.I,, Ernest G. Lindner is >f the New York Met- riflr D PASTOR FOR ST MATTHEW'S Pastor Lindner will become Ihe third resident pastor of St. Percy Captures South Bergen HEARTY H A N D SH A K E Gov. Richard H ughes shakes hand of Theodore E. Mafcowski ol 191 JU verview A venue at th e annual P ulaski Day Parade h eld October 1 in New York C ity. M akouski, w h o served as aide to the grand m arshal, is m an ig r r o f the technical and services departm ent i t the B ayonne plant of H um ble Oil and Refining Com pany. He is a past president of P A IL, the Hudson County organisation form ed to prom ote P olistia m erican activities in Use State of New Jeney. 5ye Oefsets Discovered Amcng 50% Of Children runs for P teii inri alolt (imt. I can't 'wu,\ to vote for him.' Sarsano told him, publican, As the Senator posed with he was butchers tn the m eat cutting >w breed loom * womao charge,) h*. A hatta va g )*, celehritie*?*' i>sg Mrs «.e asked. "S!:r> it mce and lorth Ar- thin, Nick," she iid to a hutc*t lo Percy i r, passing o v et 3 package, i.. Os- the wav oat. peer tg cu»- ring h*nr tim er* looked at the ent0u.-v.4e ked into ssking Which one wa* rtf re hun- The little shor *ugp*> santi. one.said*. "Handso.-= isn t h tf *

2 v-4' PAGE TWO I HE C()MALI ill 1'.' \ \ n m i i; ;i;(. ;a KEULiW THURSDAY. OCTOBER 12, 1967 a iujc.ii.rr- ta M O V g i l g a t h n t i i t u r n s S h t* s p o t lit <pbs t h e staff's Spccial To The Leader NEW YORK-'AJi over" this vast city there is a crying n vil for1 good theater that isn't l... expensive. Its an almost irjjj:... sibility to find. There arc shews which are jam m ed into the nff- Broadway theaters that dtp: the spirit even before the actors come onstage. The indention* in such theaters are good. But the audiences soon.find that it takes more than good intentions to relieve the agony- of sitting on a hard seat with one's knees pressed against the chin. T hat is why-"otf-brca.-ftvey" buffs eagerly s-ean the presentation at the Theater D cl.y: m Christopher Street, a few sti ps east of the PATH sta ion. Tie DeLys is an old theater house, roomy, comfortable, yet intim ate. And it is a pleasure to report tfiat on the venerable boards at the m oment is a musical calle I "Now Is The Time for All Good Men" and it is w ell attention and the $5 or so that it costs to-see it. A young couple, David and Gretchen Cryer, not too long out of DePauw College, Indiana, are the people behind the music-el and for thoso who- wonder what ty p e o f peopie'pul Th otf-braedway shows the answer is right onstage. They leading roles. also lake. tho HOOSLER FOLKS The Cryers met in Dr Pa: v. And the day Dave graduated he found Gretchen waiting f o r - te n on the college steps. She had been graduated the year beofre. For their honeymoon they i-inie fj New York a id they ve been B :. II. -vis. bf.;aii lo figure, out ways and meays j»**iti.ls i. on- "?Ta ;e.,\nd that pre.'tilem teemed easily seiiled. Why. Hot do it themselves? ~~tn this cliy it t s -customary for producers- to- present street-* clothes, versions of.their opuses.for the. edification of prospective investors.' The m oney hags are im ited t an apartm ent, a re fed a cocktail and tidbits and then are invited to listen to a runthrough. -*vf..is The Tim e" hail s >me built-in advanta.: TFr -*ial--j?'irv " U I- the- xpenencc necessary to proi e a..a a - ^ ir t8 H tiir.k iust yix auditions to raise th> necessary S nnd when all the checks had hi. en counted it was found the doughty trio had - SID.OOO fnor than enough. That, was r.,ad. d hack with regrets. It took four weeks of rehearsals to.-.hake down the cast. Just as tho sh ;v was ready to one-i T-rrrling'TTtan fo'oml 1it trmi- another com m itm ent a,. kind way : ^ saying he didn't. D ;*e took ov the t ole. After a week the grrl lead also found she had 3 noth c r conimitme.it. Gretch: n stepped into the part. And Ma ry? She backs up all the women in th"1 cash Let one of them sh -v uh with a tum m y ache ami 'M ary,w prepared to step in. THE BIG DIFFERENCE Tiie differenc. between an nf>towii. musical-xind. an ofi'-rrm d- way musical is usually t.dd in figures. I c e upward of S100, 000 tn b rin : n musical into a ' oy theater. Off-Broadhere ever since. wav oti can do it on $-40:003. Gretchen is a lovely gal with Th- lows lu- a it. t m, The soena-soft, sweet smijf awi-a erju ie sixes rf the casts, the mined chin and BUI it one of thej rs themselves show t h c dream s. Settling down in a west si.ic difference. A;td the cr; ies. aero?d to apartm ent they began tc storm the theater heights. They did it awful arri'. off-br adw ay musicals. with hatchets.sharpened. the hard way but fcecomin-; pa rents of two Children, a'.mg way. Thc Cryers have had slice - ; after a fashion. Gr.rrette ; > peared in a couple of Broadway shows, winning kind ootiee-. Dave last year helped put a cast ol "The Fantasticcs" on tie road and was pleased to fee ;! do wonderfully well. However, there was anotlier DePauw girl arour.d Mar.- Ford with whom Gictot.i i l-. l written shews in c e, h e had her eyes on thc theater. So the two girls sat d /.\ n and Iregn to write- ar.otti : -»ha-v.- Gretchen doir.g thp hook m-i That's how "Now I, T h e T im e'' came into bcin;. MONEY NO PROBLEM Once the book a r I lv;-:**-.*>4 music had been hatched th? The daily critics were not kind "X -w Is The Tlhip." Thi? maga/in.; w riters, however, fottrd ii a spier did eff.rt and Em ory Lewis of Ct'e calletl it ne of tho best of th? season a id wyihin I V*. a : How Playing at the All New Rivoli T he gronp of bank ri west durint; the l»fpre O en^ H^efcn- n. E-'. l w ay anti!i: iccl J ol ClCil UBiS,i, due ed bv W an on H lease, film ed in Technii i th at te,risy th e whale South ruck lo'ti,-. a re 'left to right! as, War: en B eat tv Fave Duna P. m ie and < l*de." th e storv -ot..if In \iibur P m n and pro r Warn?:- i' ov S 'can A rt rc. We have all the knou n? n n d i o f L iq u o r $, ( f i n e.' and been. We serve hoi u n r h e s. L a d ie s I n v ite d Double Barrel s Tavern Hat Soap and ail kinds of Cold Cut-, sandwich** f la t all kinds o f B everages, Coffee aad Cik* JOE DOBKOW OLSKL Prop M t LXWAM1H)WSK1 STREET, LY N D H U R ST, N. J WEbstor ( M il E N T E R T A I N M E N T D I N I N G Up With People Q. of P. Show The North Hudson Chapter of "UP WITH PEOPLE" vyihsirg Ineir support for the future oi this country at Queen of Peace Gymnasium on Sunday evening, Get. 2S, at 8:00 p.m. The. -L'p' With People" singers are a group of sixty youths. "It is not just a show," Julio Ber.avidcs of North Bergen, president of the group, said. "All l.'le kids believe in what they sing." This is one of 200 singing groups throughout the y n i t e d States. "There are four things we remind ourselves of before each, show," Benavides said: "Absolute honesty, purity, unselfishness and love." This'gi-oup is sponsored by the Moral R earm am ent movement who say their purposes are to give youth a goal for their lives and to m ake them rftsoniiblo and patriotic citizens. The "Up With People" theme song and others such as "Free* dom Isn't Free" were composed by the national group's writers. thc Colwell Brothers. The singout movement began in\ 1965 at a youth conference on MeadowlandL To Be Topic The future of the Hackensack bill were held this sum m er, and Meadows. will be one of the Sen. Kiefer is expected to push chic; topics of discussion at the for its passage as soon as the Mackinac Island, Michigan. Admission at the door $1.00. Don t miss an-opportunity to hear those rem arkable youths. They will give you a sense of confidence in the future leadership in this country. All creeds and all nationalities are represented in this group. a specialist on the question of ti- by William L. Brach, city couiv tie claims as they relate to mea- sel cf East Orange. A cocktail ckwlaads property, and Richard hour nnd dinner will follow thc Passaic Valley"Conferenep-tErUir -A, Ginman, ihe p lanner in panel spssinn,s hrld Tuesday, Oct. 17, at t h e be.'-. charge cf the meadowlands land Rutherford Campus of Fairjeigh Also, oil Uje. panel will be Fair- use study conducted by the Bu- Passaic Valley Conference nickinscn University. The con- leigh S. Dickinson Jr.. who is rt au of State and ' Regional ** altansed Uw planning as ference, sponsored b y -the Pas- opposing Sen. Kiefer in the up- Planning, N. J. Department of sociauon each y ear to provide saic Valley Citizen-j Planning coming election. Dickinson is a Community > Affairs»«-> an opportunity for local offi- Association, is expected-to at former member of the M eyner Delegates will be able to select cials and interested civic leaders to exchange ideas about t.'act a large number o ' mimici-. Commission which m ade pre- one of several panels including pal officials, planning board vious recommendations for air pollution, planning, zoning, area planning problems. This m em bers and aerea businessmen meadowlands development. Ho uiban renewal and the use of y ear's theme is devoted to inter interested in planning. a!so served as chairm an of the computers in municipal operations. The panel session will run The public is invited. Rescrva- municipal co-operation. - One of the panel sessions Meadowlands Regional Planning planned fer->the afternoon will feaid, the first regional,plan- from 4 p.m. to 5:30 and will be tions may be m ade by calling be devoted to, "'Ere Meadow- board in New Jersey which preceded by a keynote address th? Association office i.i Clifton. lands: An Inter-Municipal Pmb- prepared a comprehensive plan lem proposed Legislation fo; for the development of the meaan InterMunieipal Solution." riewlands of Carlstadt, East The proposed legislation is Senate Ruthcrfoi'd. Lyndhurst, North Bill 518 introduced at t h e Closing session of the last legis- Arlington and Rutherford. Two other meadowlands au- Iflture, TO?"l5t!fT -^Ti5nrr-Stmr-HhocU^X-iyUl.- ai!lrl^.jth3_j a>_ Alfred W. Kiefer of B«rgen r): Alfred A. Porro Jr., counsel County will Ire a member of the nnd consultant for the N. J. runel. -Several hearings on tlie Meadowlands Institute, who is Lyndhurst Artist Hess Showing fn NutSey Museum Miss Mildred Montillo of Milton Avenue will have an art show consisting of six paintings;. The Nun, Snow Fantasy. Autumn Haze. Venezia, The W. -Van Win'tte-.Buiidins-IK O.- a -tyi-' Paterson Falls. They will he held- for the entire month of October at the Xutley Museum. 65 Chuich St., Nutley. M i's Montillo is a m em ber of the Rutherford and Nutley Art Associations. She has had solo exhibits, at various organizations including Eairloigh Dickinson University, the Nutley Art Group, Param us. Mayflower -Sa vin g r il Lrjac Asjn. in Ruthir.gston. and the Boiling Springs SaVigs ad Loa Assn. in Rutherford. -Many of her commissioned paintings are hanging throughout private homes and establishments. ft* The Lincoln Theatre p laying thru T uesday at the L incoln Theatre, Arlington :y H er hut n and that "Tom.Innes fellsw Albert Finnev * >tar h( nors in 20th C entu y Kox's "Two for the Road. AFTKIt T in : v is il l l i c FAIIT MM S COPPERHOOD 1 Park Avenue, Lyndhurst TIIK S I 'A I I K I J M. I K I S II ItKSTAI K A \T S O C IA L SECURITY Question B o x,,c, If H ose social security hehfits because of m y earnings, will my bonefit rate be increased? Your benefit rate m ay be increased depending upon the amount of your earnings. Ofdinarlly, If the amount of your last year's earnings was higher than other than other years used in fig ur hg your benefit rate, it may result in a benefit increase. The Socta> Secuurity Admini*traUon will do :h:s automatically. I receive a railroad am uity and need help in completing my claim for doctor bill insurance. Do I have to see a. Railroad' Retirement representative for this help? No, you ean visit your Social Security office fo r help in completing your claim. Xou wdl be shown how to fill out th? claim form and be shown what type of information is needed from your doctor. Remember. any time you need assistance er have questions about medicare. visit o r call your so- ~c!at recunty office.; I am 65 years old an d have beer, drawing social security benefits since I retired a year ago. How do I go aoout s- ming up for medicare? Since you are a social security beneficiary you will have m edice-e h-aspifal insurance automatically'-whan vou reach 65. You w ill have to sign ud for medical insurance since this part is volun- CHEZ PERRY Intimate Cocktail Lounge 288 River Road, North Arlington P r o u d ly P r e s e n t s T lie S w in g in g Joe Rocco Duo F e a tu r in g T lie I K n iiin ie V o ie e Oi* Ann Robbins Thursday - Friday - Saturday - Sunday V o u r H o s t s Chet & Perry Change the setting with our fine custom made slipcovers and draperies, suited to your budget. S H O P A T H O M E V I S I T U S C A L L U S W e C a n R e -U p h o lste r Y o u r Furniture S o T h a t it W ill L o o k and W e a r B e tte r T han N e w the ACKERSONS 410 H A C K E N S A C K S T. C A R L S T A D T, N. J. # o r 2 U «H J.I.D. MEMBER NATIONAL SOCIET1 IN T E R IO R D E S IG N E R S tary and 'costs $3,00 a month Because you are on the social security rolls, you will be m ailed un application which you can fill oul and retui.i ii you want medical insurance. Be sure to return the application before t«h e month or your 65th birthday to ge; timely coverage. Mrs. Salvatore LaVecchia, litil Copeland Ave,, is home from Clara Maass Memorial Hospital, where sh«-underwent surgery. Am plr Parking Lope Smoking B B B in sn ra* Main Street East O range O R A N G E E xclu sive W inner of Two Cannes F estival Awards. P T n te r it Hos- JDi.k B ogarde Jackie Sassard "ACCIDENT" A F ascinating F ilm in C olor!" Judith Crist. Great for A dults Arlington 998-4W4 NOW TH RU TUESDAY _ A L L TECHNICOLOR SHOW W ARREN FAYF BEATTY DUNAW AY B O N N IE A N D CLYDE" ALSO JA C K IE M M O N LUV" SAT. & S U N. MATINEES ONLY ALL NEW!! IN COLOR "TOM TH UM B ALSO 3 Stooges & Cartoon To Hold Card Party The Lyndhurst Em blem Club will hold a card p arty at the Ejks Lodge, Park Avenue, next Tuesday evening. Tickets m ay be secured from Miss Patricia Le Chapelle or Mrs. John Senese, or any member of the executive board. 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3 MRS. KENNKTH OXFURTH The wedctitig Ixiuise Kirsoh, daughter of M r, und Mrs. Fred K. Kirsch Jr. of 9 Maplewood Drive, Livinsgton, to Kenneth Daniel Oxfurth, son of Mrs. Alvin R. Oxfurth of 746 Forest St., Arlington, and the late Mr. Oxfur.h took place Sept. 16 in St, Raphael's Church, Livingston. Rev. M artin Sherry officiated. A reception was hold at Slash s, Orange. Mrs. B. Kipp Harrington, sis-, ter of the bride, w as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were M isses Jeanne M. Kirsch. sister of the bride; B arbara Stol/, Mrs. r.tu l J. Woehle, and Mrs. Thomas S. Harrington. Robert K. 0.\fu.rih served as his brother's best man. Ushering w ere B. Kipp Harrington, Robert Schinder, Anthony Marchiano, and R ussell Helms. The bride Wore a floor IniR'h train. Her elbow' length silk illusion veil fell ftym il crown ol seed pearls and crystals. S h e carried a cascade of pompons and orchids. All Of hr.- att.-ndants wore floor length yellow linen gowns with matching coats. The maid of honor c a r ried an arrangem ent of brown, yellow and gold pompons. T h e bridem aids carried bronze and golt' pompons, The couple who ave returned from a wedding trii to the Vir gin Islands, are residing in West Caldwell...Mrs,. Oxfurth, a graduate ci Livingston Hig.i School, is with Mierolab-FXR, Livingston. Her husband, an alumnus of N or' i Arlington High School, is em ployed by Bobsi Champlain, Rtsstrlttnd. ; Janice Gulliford Weds O'Hara Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Guui- gree in Secondary E d u cath.t. lord of Clark announce the m ar- and has been studying at Seton riage o t Itieu- daughter Jan- Hall University toward her Mas ie#; fcr Ffobf-rt O'-Hsra, degree. Presently site. >4s. Mi s H arry Starkey 209 Valley teaching newly h.i.ided adul s in Brbok Ave., Lyndhurst, and the B.ooklyn and Queens, for the fate Mr. O Hai.*, on August 5 in ndustrial Home fo r the Bl-r.i. New York City, Mr O'Hara attended Newton Mrs. O Hara is a graduate of Street School in Newark for the Overbrook School for the eight years and the Maryland Hiind in Philadelphia, She School for the H in d tor hjif was graduated from Monmouth years. He does m essenger nnd College in 19H2 with a B.S. ue salesm an work. M R S. D., R A I M O N D O O ur la d y Queen of Peace Upon their return from a mo- CTureir io T ''llii..selling F riday tor trip through the- New Kng: for the wedding of Miss Virginia Und states, the couple Will re- M ary Heller, daughter -of Mr. s;a,, North Arlington, and Mrs. Kenneth Heller of 24 Abbott Place, North Arlington, to Dominick Anthony Raimondo, son oj Mr. and Mrs. Carl Raimondo of 44 Bryant Ave., Je r sey City. Rev. N. John Lombar di officiated at the ceremony and Nuptial Mass. A reception was held at Wayne Manor in Wayne. Miss Jean Heller was her sister's maid of honor. Bridesm aids were another sister, Miss Arlen Heller; Miss Joann Principe and Miss Sally McErlean. Patsy Juno, cousin of the groom was-test-nwmr-usfoorb were Dan. if! Raimondo, brother of the groom ;. Kenneth. Capron and John Raimondo, cousin of the. groom. T h e bride wore a peau de soie - gown wi th -Empire- waist, scoop, neckline, tier-on-tier lace sleeves, and seed pearl and sere in trim m ed bodice; A chapel length train appliqued with seed pearls and lac fll from th w aist of the A-line skirt. An elbow length bouffant French itkr sion veil i n J> la c e by petal headpiece. She oairied a cascade of lillies. Her attend ants wore gold chiffon gowns with seoop neckline and. A-line skirt with full back. The m aid of.honor carried a cascade of.aqua and gold fugi mums. Each of, the other attendants carried n cascade of sea mist green mums. ^ M i, l* s f c e r a n G f r f Is G i f ' D e m t n i e k Miss Hilda d a rk, daughter 'of, Sgh Major KdtViu C'liVrR' and Tehoi Douglas Sinopoli, son of Mr. and M rs. Dominick Sinopoli, 255 Post Ave./Xyi.dh~ursi, on Thtfiaffay'. Sept. 28. The ceremony w as perform ad a 4 a" Nuptial Mass at Sacred Heart R. C. Church. The hr,ide was given in m arriage by Dominick Sinopoli, ihe groom's father. A r< rc;>r::,n. u as held at ttie SlriOp:Jl! bvtd'-. Miss M ary I[': arn. >:i. r.[ Ha worth, whom M.O a >. n r t i.i Tehrran, was nr!id '< ' h'vor. and Dennis Denise was hest mar. The coi»*).s -sjww their honovrnoan i.l the Pocor. js. They are.vv'r.ue, I.yil'1- hurst. Sgt. M ajor Clark has his.fam - Caldwell College For W men and is a teacher in the sixth rrad e at Jefferson School, North Arlington. Mr. Yerirvati is a graduate of MISS MARGARET RESTIA Mr. and Mrs. John F. Rustia thur Jam es Yerman, son of Mr. NQKWARK College of Engineer! and is presently employed by Sun Chemical Co., East Ruth'-rnf Forest Si. announce the and Mrs. August -«X rman ford, engagement of their daughter, Clinton ve., ~.v-mm Fiaiirfieid. X~ MSifaref Elizabeth to M r. Ar Miss R ustia is a graduate'of nerf. ii'% 3 e p i. ily with, him in Teheran and that is where Spec. 4 Douyias Sinopol met his bride. Dot:4ias Sinopoli.'was graduated fr.m Lyndhurst l l i 'h School. in June, He enlisted in'the 1. Si Arrriy ar.,1' is T ttfs S V training at Fort Dix. was sent to Vietnam as Pic.' Si.iopali. He served there for 15 months and came him e as Spei.i alrst- 4, After his leave with his parents, hrr'tvis sen: lo Teheran, Iran, as an.'advisor.* There he met.mi^s Clark. And now. that his tour or duty is over, the couple v.cre in ':\> ':i.i I are resid in g.in Lyr.'lhurst 'Mr,.Snip-, poli is with Trubek in i'-' J liutherford. from a vis ii wit! r,t. Philip I. 1/ Air Force Base. 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4 PAGE FOUR TTTE COMMERCIAL I F \I>FR WT> <5f>T^rn RF.nr.FN REVIEW THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1967 A s k f h e P i l g r i m s, w h o b r a v e d t h e o c e a n a n d t h e w i l d e r n e s s a n d d e a t h t o s e c u r e i t. A s k f h e p e o p l e o f t h e t h i r t e e n o rig in al s t a t e s w h o r e f u s e d t o r a t i f y t h e C o n s t i t u t i o n unitl i t w a s g u a r a n t e e d i n a n a d d e d Bill o f R i g h t s. A s k f h e s o l d i e r s w h o f o u g h t in b o t h W o r l d W a r s t h a t i t m i g h t b e e s t a b l i s h e d e v e r y w h e r e a s o n e o f f o u r f r e e d o m s e s s e n t i a l t o m a n. A s k f h e f r a m e r s o f t h e U n ite d N a t i o n s C h a r t e r w h o p l a c e d i t h ig h in th e D e c la r a tio n o f H u m a n R i g h t s. T h e n a s k y o u r s e l f ' ' I s r e l i g i o u s f r e e d o m w o r t h e n o u g h t o y o u s o t h a t y o u g u a r d i t b y u s i n g i t? A r e y o u a m o n g t h e A m e r i c a n s w h o w o r s h i p r e g u la r ly... e a c h i n h i s o w n c h u r c h a c c o r d i n g t o h i s o w n c o n s c i e n c e... y e t all u n i t e d b y a c o m m o n f a i t h i n t h e b r o t h e r h o o d o f m a n u n d e r t h e F a t h e r h o o d o f G o d? M u c h d e p e n d s u p o n y o u r a n s w e r, f o r i n t h i s c o m m o n f a ith o u r n a tio n w a s f o u n d e d a n d u p o n i t a l l o u r f r e e d o m s r e s t. I f e n o u g h o f us s h o u ld l e t i t r u s t a w a y, a l l t h a t w e m e a n b y A m e r i c a w o u l d c r u m b l e w ith it. A s k f h e m i l l i o n s o f p e o p l e in o t h e r la n d s w h o e v e n n o w s t r u g g l e a n d s u f f e r t o w r e s t i t f r o m t h e i r r u l e r s. D «k CvM gfc: "I spent several year* writing book oo How to Stop Worrying and Start Living. After years o f reiearch, I am convinced that the best possible method for conquering worry i> prayer and religioui fiith. r This educational endeavor i* made possible by the cooperatioa of the following public-spirited ritiie** who ftre4 always in the fort striving to make our community a finer and better place in which to live. Ho r a c e» 0 < ;l e JR. A ttorney Al Law H o w a r d r;. c l a i i b e r g, President Milea M rrtury Corp. W. K. H O U PT, Prr.id.-ni M ajor C leaners & Launderer* R P D O L P II Ml I ONE, P re.id en t I fit San C arlos Restaurant, Inc. FR A N K p e z z o l l a ( ir n r r il M ni»rs T ruck Sales ( Servic# JAM ES P. TIJOHY, P resident Am erican Truck Leaiing Carp, JAMKS A BKKM.IN Atlorucy at Law F. H. D ICKINSON J R, P re.id en t Beetssn, Drckitw m ft C am pinv w i l l i a m p. k i m ;. P r c,id.nt H»ilin«> jjrrig, S', ft L V--n HAROLD- A. PARKTI Hftronfh ot 1 *ri.1 *4t. N. I, Al I RKD A. PO R R O, I t. Attorney at L av D. P. M W MARCO, P resident W m k K ari.a S. ft L IsM ftarim PAT C A R O C C I, President JOSETH CARUCCI J R, S eej. ft Tran* J. C arvrei ft Sons. Inc. ARNOlY l \ I Ir M \ " l, JK V P re, tic M,i*.i i < <*, l u. *. I CRAW FORD, I Sum dtd X»«l ft Mi* fe, jl J SOL DIAMOND, President Diamnnd Boning C»rj. R H H\RD F M rl A tt.h L IN P r... U cl T u la A * tn cj, In c. STANLEY C PEPWACCH10 T h r l.jn U h m n ilo rim. PAUL PRIMER ANO Builski W B. ZJEM AK» h. U ta f l«mo ntai Cn,

5 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1067 Russo, Hollenbeck Again Attack Democratic Claims HACKENSACK "Kvon 'he continued. "1-t calls-lor a fair re Democrats in Bergen Counly!>c- turn of tax dollars based.mainly lieve the county has been slwrt- on population and the a rn ounl changed -by 'h e administration in Trenton, P eter J. ftu.iso ai.d IIfU'ul.ti C, Hollenbeck declared lust nighl. The Republican Assembly eanijidaies revealed Hut a recent survey revealed Hi) per cent of Democrats polled expressed contributed, not on distribution as political rew ards or attempts buy voles in areas wherein the administration m ight feel weak. Hollenbeck and Russo repeal1 ed their charge that it is compublican this agreement with Remon knowledge anjpng Demo claims. The opposition is confused," the two candidates declare,. Karlr DcnloWwt- candi ditto is running on his own, each con corned with his own surviva1 anil evidencing a coniple e tyoi; ol any coordinated effort or program. "We are proud to bo part ;d a loam," Hbllentii eft'arid Ti n s i o said. "The Republican organi/a tiim has a sound program and the plans for ils im'ilemerilali m. Kvery candidate is in accord vith this platform and each is pledged to work together to brine (he plans Vi reality. The underlying principal of our program is an end tf; Dcm-a crat bureaucracy and demorogary In Trenton, the* two men Doris Mahalick Cites Crime Drive Freeholder Doris Mahalick, Democratic Assembly Candidate in lhe South Bergen District, today called upon her Republican opponents to support their view's concerning violence in the streets with deeds rather than political statem ents designed to mislead tho public. Mrs. Mahalick said: "N o one in public office has demons',rated m ore effectively th eir desire to provide adequate law s and enforcement of these law s than Governor Hughes and the Democratic legislature. "While the Republican candidates in South Bergen publicly display shock, their colleagues in the New Jersey Assembly dis- - - played com plete -disreg ard for positive ac ion by unanimously voting against the Gun Control Bill sponsored by Governor Hughes. "The problem of violence is not a political problem; il is one that faces all of us and one Ihat requires co-aperatife action on a bi-partisan basjs. It is fai Jo., serious a m n ter lo be tossed around lightly. "The attempt by the Repuhli can Assomlilv candidates in That Feeling of Assurance... WHEN YOU EARN THE TOP SAVINGS RATE erats that their own leadership has "shortchanged Bergen Counly and ihcm selves. They declared the Democrats are as ' unhappy with payroll padding as is everyone' else. Isnll It strange ihat a majority of the Democrat candidates are not oidy unknown but cannot discuss a single plan or proi t'atn," Hollenbeck and Ros Sij ask. "Tliose.low in olijee.aic bilsy telling everyone how much more homo rule' ihey have taken from municipalities and vest oil in ho state. Tho~< running for the first time are keeping slrangely silen: " Coneludin ; their statem ents THE COMMERCIAL LEADER AND SOUTH BERGEN REVIEW Fire Contest Spell Of History (Out)tinned From Page One) (Continued from I'age One) dore Lapinski into, entering the ment was a Commercial comfilny by throwing, down the pally.with sovereign right,s gauntlet with the words, "L et's whose governor tound domoc gvi Commissioner. You say you racy abhorrent and even sacrirtiake all tho firo.m Now get out legious. When the first sparks there and gel; wet. Lapinski bravely ventured forth and became the only casualty of the day when his eye son,ii how. ran into the thumb of one of the opposing players. Time judges for the various e-. ent wnl-o Mayor McDowell, I- ire Commissioner Lapinski, and Councilmen Matthew Makaus, Andrew Cerco, Ernest Ce-.tifne, and Robert McCrea. Standing by a s' equipment of revolution began to fly 150 years later, and a jeering, bricktossing crowd provoked a British patrol into the Boston Mas sacre (the spot where five men, one a free Negro, were slain is marked on the pavem ent cf State S treeti, John Adams and Josiah Qyincy,.Jr.. two patriot leaders, defended the British against m urder charges and got them off. At P ark Street Church William Lloyd Garrison preached judges were Fire Chiefs Charles against slavery 30 years before Hopf of Lyndhurst, I/?n Gum-,he civii War- Yet in th e city -man- of Rutherford, fi'nnley Were m any wool and cotton mer- Stryoski of North Arlington, rh;in,s who defended the slave Norman Gray of Fast Rather- system to the last, ford, a,id ex-chiofs Fred Di Graz o ol I.odi arid Kdward Mey er>- of Wood-Ridge.. Jtule infractions were noted by Assistant Chiefs E dgar Jarvis and Bob Shepherd of North Arthe two' men m god every voter lirrd.jn. Vick Lindsay and Con- "lo read, study, compare a n d '.rad Petrilio of Lyndhurst, decide," before November 7th. Charles V''ether-ajld Joe Soroko... - Ri i erfoi-d. :ir.tl Henry llt^m i IV c r Goodbart and Bob Evers of East Rutherford. South Bergen to place responsibility for violermo on Democrats is a cruel hoax designed to confuse and mislead thc public. "I would be inclined to base Judgement on this question o n the swif: and positive action by Governor Hu dies in the Newark and Plainfield incidents and thc Democratic Legislature's continued efforts to introduee and past Anti-Rio and Anti-Violenci legislation over continued Republican protests. Junior Women Make Hallowe'en Plans Trophies were presented to tbe North Arlington winners of the 18'ii lire safely poster contest, during a break in the activities. P etly good shape. So keep a Democratic m ajority which had 'kindly thought /tor Boston, asked for minority resolutions in ' Mass. areas of mutual agreement se- Ehrlich has lived abroad for lected Zwe'ig instead, several years. He has written Prior l o coming to Bergen books on the resistance move- County, Zweig had been city ment in France during World m anager of Bristol, Penn. - \Vai«II and a photographic guide «ti, Paris Bergen County Gets Manager Rider College Gets $$$ Grant Rider College of Trenton has received a $17,626 grant from the U. S. Department Justice Bergen County has a new acting counly manages, albeit a fa Office of Law Enforcement Assistance to operate its new promiliar face. gram in police administration. Ronald Zweig, County Executive Rider received a $6,309 grant Administrator until Wednes from the Department of Justice day's Board oi Freeholders last year to ihaugurale a twomeeting, was named to the post y ear program leading to an associate hy a five-to-two Vbtc. One Free in arts degree in police holder from each political parly administration. The program had left to keep other appoint began this fall on Rider's cam ments. < pus and at i.s extension centers in Willingboro and Mount Holly. Zweig, who was sworn in as Courses in the police administration curriculum include crim And alongside the Park Strict executive adm inistrator last Church is the Old G ranary Bury- year, 1'eeefved tlie nod as a result of a resolution creating the inal law', patrol administration, ing Ground where lie tho dust of principles of law enforcement such men as John Hancock, post until such time as the County Charter Study Committee and criminology. Tho offerings S a m Adams, Robert Treat will be expanded next year. Paine, Ben Franklin s pa r e n ts makes its recommendations on There are 47 representatives and Paul Revere. County government revision. from 19 different law' enforce Now hurtling traffic blazes by The "hew title first in the ment agencies in New Jersey such nam es as Concord, Lexington. State of New Jersey would give currently enrolled in Ihe progeiful Walden. Cambridge, for- _the acting.m anager a number gram at Rider that they m ark groat mo- 0 administrative.responsibilities th e program 'is offered hy the mrats in American history, of now held by the Board itself. Rider Evening School, under the American thought, of American The Board would concentrate -on direction of Dean Sherman V. vitality. "One can go to Boston to policy making instead. Republican minority members on the Board called for immediate es'ablishment of a c o u n f y m anager, too, but submitted the breathe history, to breath e, tra dition or just to breathe." wrote Named as 'Chief of the Bor- Ehrlich. It will probably never ough" for he best entry w as a train be so great as it once was name, of assistant executive ad- R o i? e r Whitham of. Wilson but for the shape it's in, it s in m inistrator Ricfiard Nelson The School. Assis*ant Chiefs included Charles Slater -of Jefferson School. Jam es Holahan of Washington School. Colleen Meehan of Roosevelt School, Lauri Ho! - m ark of Wilson School, a n d J a r e. Socienski of Queen of Peace Gram mar School. The program also included the singing v t several fire songs by The executive Board of thc the N,-rth V Lr.'ion Fire P revention Junior Worn-in's Club o; Lyndhurst me on Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Alfred Por- Riverside- Avc.r w hea-f i n a-1- Glee Club conducted by.miss Peisc C iiiins. a sixth grade teacher at Wilson School, North I _, rlans were m ade lai theii Hal Ex-chief Mo - Moore, who ariowe'en card party and fashion ranged the entire agenda, said show to be hold on Monday eve- that, the contest will be corn inring. Oct. 23, at Adoniram TenY d as an annual affair for Zone Ice, SJl Second Av. Mis Ml- ' 1 cliae! Guarino, president, was j To this, Mayor McDowell in chi: :e. Clau&hingiy pointed out that it Miss Lyndhurst and others who iw a s the host team who emerged were' ir Ihe Miss Lvndhurst liiie victor. contest, will be m odel' S m d -l " I have a feeling that if, it's wichcs. coffee and cake will b e jh cld ' in Tyndfitrt^T^' ftext year, served. Mrs. John -Morreale is lit'll be Lyndhurst who wins," he chairman. "g rin n ed. f NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH WEEK OCTOBER *-l«coffee E N L E R S e r B E E C H N U T,. ^ C U l X. AU METHOD QENERAU M u X S -^ U S LtS. W H I S T L E S or D A IS IE S 3 *1 SIRICA NtUTOSM APPLESAUCE KlTCKN.AIB 3 9 ' SUGAR WAFERS 2 mtluis A 8 9 n o o d l e s 2 BUTNAX0LA IMITATION a 4 9 MARGARINE U l Bathroom Tissue f r n ' v o ' IHSTART f COFrEE MATE 6 9 irnciikker a S100 Trostinc Mixes J ir'iyciocketlatcr M S 00 * CAKE MIXES 3 NAIISC0 COOKIES ' ^. 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The following a re our- n e w Board: Patricia Sinopoli- President Theresa Wierginski- Vice President Annojte-Stine Secretary... Cathy Zylinsky Treasurer Linda M arie Kowalski - -Spiritual Committee Charles Warczakuwski, Jr. Athletic Commi'toe Christine De Pasquale PAGE FTW. Social Committee Lomtine Garofola - Cultural Committee Fill her Anlhony Bogdziewicz Moderator This coming Friday, October Kith, will be activities night au^l on the 20th of October there wik be a dance to a live hand, a d mission $1.00, and refreshm ents will be served. All teen yautj are inviled to this dance an< should come in "school dress. New members are always wetcorned to join any Friday night. -Both events -will ho ihield- affflfc Friday evening devotions at the Old Hall on Page Avenue. f Shop Locally FREE This Coupon Good For FREE 100 Bonus Triple-S Blue Stamps P L U S Y O U R R E G U L A R S T A M P S w h en p r e sen te d to LYNF0RD ESSO SERVICENTER 45 Ridge Rd., Lyndhurst, N. J. 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6 Osmers Heads Dickinson Unit Frank C. Osmeis, Jr., fori'iei j ;-, U istrict congressman,»v il Lead a Friends ol Dickisisot. R e ception scheduled for' Wednesday, Ocl. 25,' at Tzmmy Brook Country Ciub, Cross.'iill. Thc informal reception, p'.i-v n ;! ior 8 to 1,0 p jn., will Ir* '! honor of F air t'i;4,i S. 15; vc,.'. Jr., R -iubiican S' >' S.eh candidate. Trt, selection of O m e r off f n ijly / i-i T v.nt v'.i.-' ::i. ;un<'t'd hy St I I'd t i' v.t, chairman of l!v Diekr.i.-on i: r ; <naie Commit:*' >. v. 'ia l." he sa d "and m ust ft,«our educational system deserves lavcted toward! 'ping eac'ito as much attention and dignia c; cater degree of self-awa-?- ty as general education. iu v. and thus f-fulfiilme.:; " A review of, tin? regulations Vovard this end, lie called far 'greater involvement o ' citiz which sharply restrict the re ceiving, of. sum m er school cred?ehs at every 1<-v--?l of socioiy, Its, and a revision of The sumard a coopera ivc effort witu tn c-ducational establishment ip mit the. student who wishes o-ifotsing and m -'ling the neejs. of )i.e future. Lyndhurst Recreation Department News The Lyndhurst Women's Vol- John White, Sal Guzzo and Bert loyball League opened on a m is- Perry, got back on the winning m er school curriculum to per- nrable rainy, windy night last side..as they defeated the Bears to Thursday but it did net dampen 15 to 0. T ne standings are Fugiaecelcrate to o j ^'o if his ability "t-ie spirits of the 203 women tives 3-0, Jaycees.2-1, San Car- tion. he signed up for duty in Viet- that he had been wounded in aic- Last August, while in Germaoy, and program permit. lo's 1-1, Bears,0-3 and Trylon Sgt. Rolf H. Beyer, 22, sustains nam. He arrived there w ith the Railing 0-2. This weeks sched ed multiple fragm ent wounds Air Calvary Division just - A program of tuition grants nle is: 10:30 a.m. Trylon vs. San from a hostile hooby trap while three weeks after his father's for students at private colleges, both instate and out-ot-stato,!te urged tha: task forces or.i,!v.(ic.v boards, comprisilig, a < is-oection, Oi. communit;-. hi? vstablished 1~iouighout tho I districts a rd f-ounttes of with each -jrant correlated to f,- (Hi SlnTe. Thesr* groups eo't.1. r a c i a l nto.l, as an a.fjrnative.i - ' I cards of -.'luxation in art I', state subsidization o.' prlva.e ii'ty c;ip.i<;ii*> ;heir resp n* higlui' cuueatioa. who registered 'for the competitio.i. The tw eny-seven teams participated in a practice round.with league play beginning this wee!:. S e v e n ty 'new play ors Joined the league this year. The names of the new girls and the team s they are playing on a re : A divisian, Shindigs, Laura Safar, Kdna Tuiano, Eleanor Del Core, Dol-oies J 'Hauf: Fir.ks, Mary Carlo's, 11:30 a.m. Fugitives vs. Hears > ' Sergeant Beyer Wounded In Vietnam, Injuries "Miner" A widow whose only son w as On February 26, Following sent to Vietnam just th ree basic and advanced training at weeks a'.'ler the death of his fa- Fort Dix, he was assigned to thc Sher received word Saturday Berlin Brigade in Germany, engaged in combat on September 29. Tffe telegram informing his mother of her son s injuries emphasized that they were mitv'. Recuperating at the 67th Eva- Uution Hospital in Vie:nam, Sgt. Beyer expected to be returned here for further medicat treat- death. His mother, Mrs. Jnkol) lleyei of 24 Noel Drive, said she lias not lieen told whether ;he will be sm t back to Vietnam. "H e's m y only child, so I.hope not," she said. "I know it's very toi gh over there even though be dcesn t oomplnin." Right n->w site's countin'; I,he UOCCI The two man Bocci league was thrown into a thro? way tie'after Sundays competition was finished Bill Stelzen- ;iiy would be i Vas and.r.iutikd li i -ivop'i is ---Effective use of the average vi:. ns in educaii;-i Their fu i: muuei" and Mike Gassizzi defeated Tuceino F.o rim and Jinim y l.vir.j planned as a Irib* V to annual 3,000.vacancies at private institutions in New J e r tion would be to plan, discuss, Dickinson for his m any accomplishments in educiit?n, coin- sey through contractual arrange e\.uate_and investigate n e w Cieealese in two 11-1, 11-8 and 9- te.'l niejues in cdu ation. Nelson, Jeanette Ni.ti, A ;nes men; 11 to even both earns records nt tiiuiiily service, and culfiir.il r.r fnonts between the state and ihe Kenyon; Swingers, M ario Cur- Sgt. Beyer, a graduate of davs un,il her boy is home tv ities 0.1 the lo* S' III-' ;.:ul As potential s u 'v e t m atter lo: 7 and 2. Vince Rizzo and Alex institutions to secure space ior cio; Unknowns, Ann UUan.% North Arlington High School, national levels. jjudj y these task torces, D'< k- Paluzzi joined the crowd on top students unable to be taken at Slick Chicks, Mildred Carlas, was employed by th e New Jer- " oi raised a number o ' pen;- by defeating Sam Palumbo nnd Fairleigh S. Dlokirreon, Jr., public colleges. Students would raiinjj questions eor.reniir ; :lie cio, Pat M orreale, Josopiii ie sey Bell Telephone Co., Newark, 6 Junior Girl F rank Picone in two 11-3, Republican cbrktjaie I it he pay the norm al tuition at state Slllftte; Fugitives, Annette prior to his entrance th o service $ c o u + s ^ C am p to e s present r-eiucational system ; nd proposed a series of Mastriano, Joanne Bencivenga, Tito Villane defeated Frank P e and Mario DambriSe and f.'i w Jersey &M e Sena'.!..st colleges and would, receive r. degree, not from the private insti- c'aroj j>m arco; Gemini Sixes Sixleen Junior Girl Scouts night called upon New Jersey to v. deranging roeommendaticr'.- sile and Dave Gilmore in three become ir.vol''ed in "a m al sive, tut.oh. but from c state u.iiver 3 a r L>&ra Lenesak, Joyce CuniMj, The opening day found five of camped,in i ^ - t o s this weekfor Ihe future. Among thc highlight of his recommendations: do s blanked Jim Castiglia and , 11-6 and the Mustarc perative edtcaticrffil venture sity o; New Jersey. C a ro ls Callahan. tlte six m atches ending in thm> end al Camp LynUwood. T h,, y f*t r.very level of so.-:.eiy-to : e- point sweeps. Ih e five winning v/ere.accompanied by Mrs. John corne a leader in<te.;d of a follower in education.' A massive ore-khool education program urn erlaken by M-.o state aid to education trom the W o 1 f, Chickie DeFilippis, and U-6. over the Bowling Buddies, t h e Bulger, aide and Mrs. Frank Ar increase ir the minimum The B. division: Bunnies, Sis Bob Felline in three 11-7, team s were: the Five Stri k es assistant leader, Cuthryn -Jojg-thm ugh tfaj.establish.r..vil present $7E pei student t; S150 Dehs: Barbara Rogers. Mary MENIS VOLLEYBALL- T h e Pink Panthers over the Devil p, fgw i^adtt Troop Speaking at a symposium en of sm all neighborhood _ pre- per studenl. The additional $45.4 Ann Buoges, Theresa Bendel, Education at the NepMne Inn. Jesters led by Frank Gee and Dolls, the Five Tops over tho Guests on the trip were Linda school ^enters, particularly in million required statewide, said Marilyn Callahan; M am a's: J nramus, Dickinson said hat Victor (Bud) Thorne defeated Charlie Browns, the Butterfin- Rogers, Troop 6 and Joyce Boslum areas. E ach b u i 1 dirvg, Dickinson, is available from the Gloria Woertz, Ronnie Stopper, "the state of New Jors?.- in the San Carlo's in two games 15-10, gers over the Sole Survivors and gnenko, Troop 18. P which would be eithet purchased JKi million surplus from the nev< Santa Prince, Evelyn Pezzoia, fitlil of educa'.in as in othe 1G-1S and 16 to 10 to m aintain tht Unpredlctables over the HI- C a rd Landells. Donna Marir or rented, would be run by an sale:, tax. Bunny " Wilmore, " Jean T ' Porra. v ' areas o f. public riioonsibiiity their leael in the men's volley- Lo's. The Gutter Balls took two no, and Diana Bulger were has a tradition of reacting to fvisory board of people on its _ A eonsldtralion 0; a pr0- Dolores Marinello; M ustangs: ball league. The defending points from the Good Guys in inducted into the Campfire Cou.i- Jane Biondi, Marj'.ann Biondi, ciisis is* ret her tha a of planning b0ck anf woud»» a schod; for am Qf con:oli;lation o{ sctlooi champien Eagles moved back the rem aining match. oil Friday evening. its own im m ediate commuuty. d.stricts ^ S;ate currently Louise Contey, B arbara Peters, ahead* back into contention by defeating I,ou's Tavern in three games in the finest individual perform- erdella, Carol McWilliams. Gail Mary Ellen McHugh turned M aureen Burke, Rosemarie C;- Joan McKenna, Carole Pezzoha; D.ckinsan m ai-' oublic a 33 - A study to find better ways has 590 districts, only 198 of r, _,. of providing individualized in- u1lich provido instructk.n from ^ rua;, ^ _ K 16-7, 15-6 and 15 to 10. Joe Kelly, page comprehendv: report «n- ance of the day with a big 249 Landells and Colleen Clank were struction. with emphasis on the en Candia, Joan Hild, Alice So tilled Planning for Progress n kindergar.en through high W alter Neriick, Jim Lafoon and series on gam es of 135 and 113. honored wits a surprise birthre-evaluation of: law.: prohibit lo:a; Gum Drops: Marion Cve Education," eutl'ning his pro school. Dickinson said m any Peter Pignatore's fine play paced the winners. This week s Ly.ine Cusack K Diane Bonelli O h e r oustanding scores w ere: day celebration at Saturdays posalf for educatij'i in Bergen ing the teaching of reading in now find it impossible to suplick. Celeste Linsalato and Julie kindergarten; thc standardized port an adequate educations' Rtfuccl schedule is 10:30 a.m.. Eakles vs.o u n tj, N..J.. and t h e m n.n, 89, Susan Still 99, Jane Pacente The C division; Gangbusters: The fbrum was sporr. red by the. f time prescribed for programi iet alone explore new San Carlo s, 11:30 a.m. Jesters 89, Monica Wisniewski 105, B a r. - *he study of a given subjee by reehniques Consolidation on a Jean Kochenash, Playgirls, Liz E: ig«n County Republican O r vs Lou s Tavern. bara Ratkowski 100, Lynn Kohli each child each wee.<; building kinelergai'te n-to-12th Trade basis, Ferraro, Marion Hopper; Pioneers: Fran Fuzio, Kathleen ganization. RECREATION SENIORS 116, 102, Linda Bonelli 93, F ra n. codes which discourage thc in hc said %vu1 g0 a iotig way to Ri- c o u ^ " hemesaid " B ^ i L ^ s of ncw w ard ^p ro v in g The educati'onal o j ^ D oto^s Roccuberton, Cek the p r e rent sy3tt,m wlthout causing an add cll a Vendola; Hippie Dipp.es: rum culae which arbitrarily di- ed burden fo,. the taxpayer, why net education? Let us think vides education'into"eigh years cu Du,uen IO lm Joan * Florre, Kathy M enta, Ron- - hie Mema, R u,h Bilczewski; ten, fifteen, even twenty-five of elementary school and f o u r Dickinson recommended that C rackerjacks: Pat Weinberger, years ahead. Let us considei the years of secondary school; class fhe State subsidize the creation, Misfits: B arbara Montone, Pftilchild who is born today, and siz(?i and methods of reporting construction and development i;s Delaney; Shivarees: Jackie plan for his educational needs on a chud's performance to par- el pilot or demonstration schools Calabrese, Kay Purvin, Pat Casover two and a half decades. in which innovations and n e w j]e jane! Connor; Midgets: Ro- "We must begin to prepare _ aji end t0 artificial separa-!cehniques in education could be sac DeBrito. Susan De P ar :o. film for roles in industries,ion of secondary level curricu-,es'ed E ach such school, he Loujse Ruggieri, Bernice Yanwhicji have not even been es ^ into college prep, general, said, should be affiliated with a ash and Ann Hovaniak. awished yet," said Dickinscn. business and vocational, on the ; ou( ge or university, and should Eteine Korzenioivski. Eileen We must avoid training him theory that once a student has ** conducted cooperatively by W ishart and Ann Zelinsky, CLUB-Seventy tw-o senior residents filled the Depts. two buses to enjoy the trip to the Brother hood Winery in WashinjjtonviUe, N. V. The group toured the winery and sampled various wines at the tours conclusion. There are still seats available for the trip to Sterling Forest G,nnlens, tf you would like to a t tend please stop at the Dept, of ci? McMutlln 107, Carol Petrillo 104, Michelle Lorentz 86 a n l Debbie ChixUlmki 116. Mrs. Jessie Alberti will again htindle the secretarial chores. The team captains, who will work with the girls each Week, are the Mmes. J. Scarpa, Kay Pawlowicz, Jean Wrightson, Doris Bond, Ronnie Chudzinski, P. Scarpa, Dorothy Farm er, Jean LOWEST PRICES IN TOWH ON COLOR TVs ' ', *> I xi L H O U A 1. \ <1. I U 1 JL U I. KH )t Parks and register. The regis- Lorentz, Thum iq Hanley. Jeanie tration fee is $1.50 and you may Giordano and Miss Beverley bring a boxed lunch or eat at a Hansen and Linda Rose. See for jobs which will disappear committed himself to <ne tract the sta!e' fhe county and t h e have joined the UiS.V.B. league, snack bar or restaurant on the grounds., e u n bwore his training is m m usually in the middle uf his 8th 1ol]e^ - Eventually, one should This week'? schedule is 7:30 Miles F-eted. We mtw help him. to grade, it becomes virtually im- he established at every college p m g division, 8:20 p.m, C di- G IR L S BOWLING Thc De- U am new values, ar.d findhiore possible for him to change his in thp s!a e whieh trains teac;' vision, 9:10- A division. The U.S.- pat tments Girls 7:h and 8th MUSICAL In stru m e n ts»t L o w mrclrnn ways Of teaching hi m mind. The proposed alternative trs- other state5 have taken *hts m le8igue starts at 8:30 pm. f rade lcaeue s ta r te d C o st Mercury the ola ones. is,a-, open curri<;u]um educa. step, said Dickinson, and the re- c a p ^,, Jop Sceis*-, frne»pe- ; st SatLB'day morning at t h e N o D o w n P a ym e n t D:cfiinson s ipssed that implic- tion. search and experimentation re c5aj Poiice force was re present-lyndhursi* in assessing t.v? re q u ire ro etr - G re a te r emphasis on techni suiting from it have contributed ed jjy 9am p aiumbo_ \icivjias Christiana, league president, re M USIC T IM E inc. 626 R id g e R d., L y n d h u rst Lanes. Mrs. Bella oi tomorrow's et'j^ation is thc cal and vocational education t0 a substan ial upgrading of Garofoio and June Hilderports that sixty girls will particbrand. The Special Police, who IPat<> m a W elve team '*agu«- call need to help people find rew ard- through widening, the curricu- ^heir educational systems, ing use of Ii-.* tim e helping lum. Business and industry do a tremendous job for t he each mem to lear i to live w tli should help to insure that t h e t i L a 4. community, will have representatives at the gym each week. ' h ' -Tiself, and u!!. ijthers. "T he programs offered are those with A m v e T S ctiphasis must on thc io j career potential. This part of CLEAN-UP WEEK You C2n buv several hundred different MUTUAL FUND shares Some em pha^ze m v th. others in-ome. There FUND fo r alm ost every Investm ent need. For.P.o sferfu s a id fuh hor inform ation w rite or phone is a Albcrt-Duetschler H asbrouck H eights Resident Since Bell Ave. Phone Registerad R epresentative for Dewey, Johnson & Co., W all Street, New York. N. Y Mothers Club of Pack 88 FLAG FOOTBALL Captain wishes to express sincere thanks Joe DiLascio's Fugitives re - to Ehe Amvets Post No. 20 for m ained the only undefeated (lie use c i their facilities for our team in the F lag Football cosnigivnese Auction held on Tues- petition as they, nipped the poeday, Oct. 3rd, Our ap(: reication viously undefeated Jayeee s 26 car-not he fully expressed. We J 1 13 in a groat gaame; John i are suro that a most enjoyable Maddeipne s Jaycees slipped in- ever.ing was had by all who at- tn second place with a two and tended;, cne record. San Carlo's, led by campfire. The g irls a I terated churches in Branchiville Suindaiy morning and returned to Lyndhurst by c a i' in the acternoon. U n p tizeil Kim Ann.. Inlindc'a, ir.'an! dau.'iter of Mr. nd Mrs. John Intindola, 25:1 Lafayette Avenue, was bapfized on-sunday at SI. Michael's Church. M rs. Edward Golembiewski and an uncle Joseph Intindok, w ere godpatw i's, There ivas a fam ily dinre i at the home of the child's gia.idmothor, Mrs. Ida Goworek. S a lo n»1 Hair Fashions Hair Stylists Hair Colorists Beauty & Economy 223 Stuyvesant A ve. L yndhurst, N. J A MAN O F ACTION! ELECT Mayor Vincent P, RIGOLOSI STATE ASSEMBLY Election Day Nov. 7, 1967 Pd. for by C. Mathe, Mgr. Wood-Ridge, N. J. OCT. 23 through OCT. 28 For Next Yezr s Perfect Lawn SC0TTS TURF BUILDER No. 2 SC0TTS TURF BUILDER No. 2 SCO ns TURF BUILDER No. 2 S chaefer s Hardware 602 Pidge Road Lyndhurst 93 9*5761 A Clean Beautiful \ Lyndhurst Is Up To You!! Premium Fresh Mined Coal None B elter at Any Price T ea ' t * Nut or Stove $23.00 Pea Coal $22.00 Buckwheat or Rice $20.00 GUARANTEED SATISFACTION. M O It R IS D E M E L E a t U U 615 E S S E X S T. ~ H U H A R R IS O N M A 2.7(00 Pick-up will be made on regular garbage collection days. Extra trucks will be provided to take away all rubbish and waste material during this clean-up drive. P E T E R J. R U S S O D i r w t w o f Public A ffa ire ^

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Heading l h 2 group are in erualional t e n n is great, Cal MacCracken and Al Del Greco, Records Sports Editor. Serving with them are Tom Della Toite. Ha ekcnsaclc'-high Scb 1; Gerry Mallory, sports w riter lor ihe New York Times; Jim Lee Howell, professional football 3 r e a t ; Ben Carnevale, N-»- York University Athletic Director: and M arucsn Orcutt, ed. G o r a b Reports RoaHv Uosv/inq Kdward Gorab. Chairman of the Multiple Listing System cf the South Bergen Board ^ R e a l tors, reported today an upswing in tlie local teal es ate m arket. Mr. Gorab stated that his Boat [I made sales to ailing $5,- 413, tp -date and for the a m p period Ja&t yeai ^ Ifae.yair. Corner On Sports I t ' h a s lie c n a lu n g f i n e s b i c o l.w u l l i u r n l w e n t in tii a g u n i e w i t h C lif to n a s t h e la v u J - lle. l i n t w h e n t h e M u s t a n g s e n t e r t a i n t l i e H e a r n o n S a t u r d a y, s t a r t i n g M in e I :'M> p. m., th e v i s i to r * w ill h a v e t h e e d g e. H i i r e c v s tv e v i c t o r i e s ( m r L o d i, L a s * s id e o f P u te rh o n tukl H a c k e n s a c k t u n e N la n i ie il O ils l. ' i i d H i r d t e - m a ; o n e o. I h e b e s t c o m e n u t o f I h e l l o n i i - o r C h a m p io n * in m a n y y e a r s. T h e l i- a n i in lilt;. I t is e x M r lu H e e d. A n d!t ha,'* n a v v y. T h e f a r t t h a t T e il K lin e - l i r l d ( e, 11 lilt;, 2011-poiim l n i \ f o o t e r w lin tin s s p e e d to s p a r e, r o m p s i n tin - lin e k f ie h l is a h ilt n lu d. B u t. t li c r i - t s e v e r v I n d ic a tio n H in t t h e t e a m w h i c h is d o i n g M» w e l l o n th e fo o H m ll f ie l d I Kid K o n u i o f its r o u g h s p o t s e.h i i i e d o f r o n t lie lu tise lia ll d i n m o n d. S h u e h r l d g e, L a rr.v S p a r t a a n d m a n v o f tlie o t h e r L j i n d i i u r s t l a d s a l l n l a v e d o n t l i e L v n d h u r s t f i l c h S c h o o l a n d A m e r i c a n L e g io n b a s e b u l t c h a m p i o n t e a m s. a n y w a y. E v e n i r t h e l e a g u e tio l o n g e r e x i s t s t h e y w a u l flic t i t l e. T l i ( J e n e r a 's p l a y t l i e l r h o m e g a m e r a t I h e W a ll T o w n s h i p l i n i n g h o w l o f f U n i t e 3 1. I t i s a c h il l y n l a c e e v e n d u r i n g ( h e s w e l t e r i n g s 11 m m c r m o n t h s. R u t il l i a s p r o v e d a n a t t r a c t i v e n l a c e f o r f o o tb a l l t a r, a n d w h i l e t h e r e s t o f t h e l e a g u e w a s l o s i n g m o n e y tin ; ( i e n e r a l s s a i d t h e v w e r e d o i n g q u i t e n i c e l y, t h a n k y o u. I n d e e d, w h e n th e ( i e n e r a l s b e a t d o w n t h e H u d s o n V a l le y V i k i n g s in t o 7 l a n t F r i d a y n i g h t th e y c l a i m e d u>i a t t e n d a n c e o f o v e r 4,0 0 0 t h e b i g g e s t c r o w d o f tlie s e a s o n. W A N T N E W I.K A G l J i ; T h e ( i e n e r a l s a r c a i m i n g h i g h. T h e y w a n t to g e t i n t o llio A t l a n t i c C o a s t L e a g u e w h e r e -th i' c o m p e t i t i o n w ill b e t o u g h e r b u t w J i e r e t h e r e is n i m e s t a b i l i t y. T h e r e s e e m s l i t t l e, d o rifit t h e A t l a n t i c C o a s t L e a g u e w ill s u r v i v e t h e s e a s o n w h i c h l a k e s s o m e d o i n g t h e s e d a v s. T h e A t l a n t i c C o a s t L e a g u e H c n t a d e l e g a t i o n to t h e F r i- Lyndhurst Points For Clifton A fter Downing Hackensack B rin; on Clifto.i, 1 chanted Lyndhurst Hkgh School's Sears Saturday. They defv:' I lh:.i< ensack, an indep: ndent i. e,,21.' to 0 and cleared (ihe,decks foi their invasion of Clift-jit Satur-: day. Cllt'on is. still sfi anting cvei Ihe television licking, handed them by the Bears last ja M - t was one of the big qpse*; of ihe season and catnnilted I.vnd- hursl to the vei'y top of N ; v. Jersey's football teams. Ly-idhurst, uni)'at ti.' unfed and ur.kc: rod.upon in three frames, is n-jw favored 1 ; Jiek Clifton. ; Lyndhurst never looked Ir1 tor Chan it did against ll ickenia^k. The team, which is beginnin >to jell slowly, has preal size and quickness '.his year and now the speed is beginning to fit in wilh the power and the team is bc- the best in Lyndhurst history. Hackensack could do nothin? with Lyndhurst s defense as 21 running plays gained 57 yards, lest 46 for a net gain of.1!,. Th? On il i first play, Lyndhurst ssi:d i! uo sp.ib/c [c lioux l; from, George Wallace to T d Shoebridge. Wallace, operating out of the Tquarterback slot, on a rollout around his right e n d went 19 yards to pay dirt at the 7 59 marie of the first quarter. Marcello's Lajterm an's first ')[.' it was ;,93d and LyndhurJt led, 7-0. Fitii a little o v er,th ree min- uli's left in the first half, the C/olden Bears were forced to pun' from their 25 but Phil Fuce- trw a s boot was hobbled by Dell- ris Thompson arid Jim Savino 1. t lyereil fer the ome side at Haskensack s SHOEBRIDGE SCORES Shoebridge, u<cd on running plays spat i.gty, took over m tho quariorhack, and immediately connected Jo Mike Olkowski fer 16 yards to the 27. Shoe bridge l.hen carried twice, got- tin ; 15 yards around the left s de and goir-; the final 12 yards onr roll-outs for the touchdown wi 'i 1:47 left in 'he half. This Dennis Sparta made a specia.tu- lai dver-lheshoulder catch ToV a touchdown. The point after b'jot was good and Lyndhurst led, 2 0, with G:55 left in th e quar c:v 8- YARDS FOR TD A m inute ;,pf the fourth quarter went by wifh lvndhurst taking ovcr pry, the 20 on an end zpr.2 punt by Harris. With W allen doing mosi of Ihe carrying, the Bears moved to Haickensack's 4-1. From this paint Shoobrirlre teamed with Olkowski on a picture pa-5 play lor a touchdown. Shoebridger broke rig;ht, appeared tvar(:ed, scrambi. d lo n e and ri versed lo the left and_ bhhed a ret pass t-j Olkowhi.;:n ;.he 10 with the rangy end ginning unmolested into Ihe end zoe fer the final touchdown. Dwight the finafl touchdown. Dwight Medley of Hackensack b r o k e tbroegh and blocked the attempted placement on the point after try. Deepile' running' from scrim mage in onfy six-carried out cf 42 plays. Sharbrjdge picked up Se'.- Pe - 1 YNDHt RST I2lii Ends: Oiiiowski, Liscio Tackles: Bonelli, Lorenz 1 C ards: DePisa, Barnasltas Center: Calleja Ba- its: Shoebridge, Wall ace Spr:!" S-.il:s 'lutes: Heffern, Fonseca, S.',.v 1<.Vui,nu, M. Ltyiceman, P'>e:iti;-.v.i,.Vlatcra, Bar'.jioma J;, T,-ioiie, S bill 1, De Lcllis, (.1 1 Vanarelli, J, tcmbrin, 'i n'nas, Savino. truzziele I1ACKK3SA( V 10:i Ends: Manning, Cooke Tnekles: Del.au::, Gan Guards: l iw ly. DMMa4le> Center: D elhi' Backs: Harri "...-mpson, Vi.nWettering, G)r i-o Subilituties.- Hunt, Gassner, Meeks, Womark, Stankowrtz, Medley, Francis, Klaus, Fraset- to, Daurio, Caruso, Robins: 1, S evens, Mason L yrd't fi 26 Hack'k Touchdowns: Wallace, Shoe- djridge, Sparta, Oltowski - Besi ot Staf To S p e a k At YM CA George " Mikan, the "Mister PitritotlwiH'' ;>f bftth the eolle^e..- rd the ^ri).f «si jn-il Sport,-tind i.yjy eoiriniissioner of the r.tw American Basketball Assoe-n- tlon. will be the keynote sp.aajca:- a. thc Second Annual Athletic Achievement Awards Banquet of the Y.M.C.A. of Greater Bergen County. The event will be held Tuesday, Nov. 28 at Tamm'y Brook Country Club in Cresskill, starting with a reception for the honored athletes at 6 p.m. Mika::, who -el r. r.nerous si 'ji-in it- o rd ; a ])> Paul Ulli- versity in Chicago, later made the Minneapolis Lakers a byw ord in the early days of professional basketball. He will-have aa all-star cast of spoils celebrities, as recognition ia given lo the Dergen C o u n ty Athlete of the Year in four categ o ries: High Schc_l. College, W jman. and Profes ;ionui. Touchdowns, Bk gel, Johnson, Byron STATISTICS N.A. W-lt 8 First downs Yards gained rushing Passes Yards gained passing ^ C o m p e t it i o n Is t h e b e s t w a y i u t l i e w o r i d to s h a r p e n s k i l l s l u t d t o d e v e l o p r e t i ll le n e y. T h e L y n d h u r s t. t e a m h a s t h e e h a m - p t o n r h l i i lo o k a b o u t It b e c a u s e a l o t o r t h e k id s h a v e b e c o m e a c c u s t o m e d <0 c h a m p i o n s h i p s. T h e y h a v e b e e n t h r o u g h t b e f i r e s b e f o r e : t h e y k n o w w h a t U ie h e a t n i e a n s. A n d t h e y k t i o w h o w lo w i t h s t a n d it. N O R T H A K L I.N E T O N 'S W IN N o r t h A r l i n g t o n is g o in g to w i n p l e n t y o f f o o tb a l l g a m e s m s i t s t w w i j d a n c e d o w n t h e v o te* o f l if e. B u t n o tie w ill b e m u c h. s w e e t e r t h a n t h e 12 t o 6 V i c t o r y p c o r e d b y t h e V i k i n g s t o s t S a t u r d a y o v e r W o o d - B U 'e e. N io r th A r l i n g t o n s m is f o r t u n e w a s t o h a v e H a s b r o u c k H e i g h t s a n d ( il e n R i d g e c o n n 1 a( 1 t >n t h e f i r s t tw o g a m e s. B o t li a r e t o u g h o n e s, p r o b a b l y a s t o u c h a s a n y t e a m N o r t h A r l i n g t o n w o u ld h a v e t o f a c e all.>ear W o o d - R id g e f i g u r e d a l s o to b ^ to u ;d i. J a c k K a e l in, th o V i k i n g C o a c h, d i d n t h a v e t h e t i m e lo i r o n o u t t h e r o u g h s p o ts in p r a c t i c e t e n s i o n s. T h is h a d to t # d o n e b i t h e g a m e i. B u t N o r t h A r l in g t o n u n S a t u r d a y w a s e v e r y tilin g a c o a c h c o u l d 'Y* t. 1 H i e V i k i n g s ifo t o u t In f r o n t, W a tc h e d W o o d -R id g e c a t c h u p a n d t h e n w i ti o n ly m i n u t e s t o p l a y J i m m y J o h n s o n p u t t h e b a l l in R i c k y B r y a n 's a r m s f o r th e w i n n i n g to u c h - t o w n. T h e v i c t o r y w a s a n i n s e t. I t w a s t h e k i n d o f v i c t o r y t h a t c a n m a k e a t e a m g o f r o m now - o n. A n d t o m a k e t h e v i c t o r y e v e n s w e e t e r N o r t h A r l i u g v I o n s o l d n e m e s i s, f llc n R i d g e, f e l l b e f o r e M o u n ta in L a k e s 3* t o 13, t h u s e n d in g a lo n g s i r i n g o f r e c o r d s. I t w a s th c f i r s t t i m e ( i l e n R i d g e h a d b e e n I 'e u t e n in 37 g a m e s In t lie N o r t h e r n N e w J e r s e y C o n f e r e n c e. A n d i* w a s t h e f ir s t!<*«s u f f e r e d b y ( l i e u R i d g e i n 18 g a m e s. A ll, w e l l, e v e r y t h i n g h a s t o ' e n d. T h e o n l y t il in g t h a t c o u l d h u v e m a d e th e ( i l e n R i d g e d e b a c l e >w e c t e r i. if N o r t h A t- i iu g t o n h a d d o n e I t. IRISH HEARTBREAKK.il M L C e c e l i a 's b i g, e x p e r i e n c e d t r n u i n r o v c l t o 1 t o u g h f o r Q u e e n o f r e i v e r -ti, e x p e r t r d S n t n r i t n y n lg tn In I t n r r l s n n. l h '> v i s i t o r s l l l ' l K a y C l o tf i a n d h e w a s e n o u g h. A f t e r b a t h l e n a i o lu td b e e n t i e d u p s c ir e l e s s In t h e f ir s t b u ll Q u e e n o f P e a c e s e e m e d *i>. b e o n I h e w a y. B a t T o n y R l n n t a ' s r u n f o r a O u r e n e f I e a e e to u c h - d o w n p - c i n e d l o I n f u r iu t c S t. ( W e l i n, A n d th e u n t le a te o v i s i t o r s n u t o \ e r t h r e e to u e h - tlu v m s t o n u t t h e g a m e o u t o f r e a c h. H o w o v e r, r \ r n lf th e I r l s l i f ti n jh U I e r s l o it t li e i r f i r s t o f t l i e s e a s o n (lie b a r r i e r s p e r f o r m e d n o b ly I11 th i- a f t e r n o o n I n E llm tw etli. I j c d b v ( j r e g M i e i h e r d A h o l i n l s h e d I b l n l. I h e O iie e it o! I e a c e r u n n e r s l i n l s h e d s«*eond l o I 'n i i m i n t h e V a r s i t y v e r u s s c o u n t r y r u n. C h a r le y K o n n e tiiia n fin - I - e l ' e \ e " i a u - l '. a r r y M e ( i s i i r k I ' t h f o r Q u e e n o f I e a c e. IIO W T O S I C C E K D T h e J e r s e y C e i ie m ls, b o a s t i n g a w i n -M re a k ' o l l iv e s t r a i g h t, h a v e c h it m e d t h e c l 'a n i p i i H i s l i p o l d i r N o r t h A t I n n t i r t h a " s n i r r, b a b y. M n t w h e r e Is t h e \ u r t h A t l a n t i c K o O tb ill I. e a g ^ r? H r r i a t lie ih ittih ii o f t h e s e a. s t -. T h e I ra - :in - c o l l a p s e d In n M ' e ' l n n ( i s l l n p l n r m n l- iin lrilitim - *-,n i*tl i n th e r i t w o f t h e n e w l e a g u e, b * a \ i n g t t h i g h u i s t drv. T t» * C e n e r a K. H o w e v e r. «e # -i- no* S b e d e o r t \ e s l o f t l e i r t i t l e t h e y e W m r i l it da.ynighigiim e'tot <K ikffilngs o v e r. T h e v m u s t h a v e l ik e d w h a t t h e v s a w. T h e c r o w d o f d i d n t fill t h e s t a d i u m. A n o t h e r 2,0 0 0 c o u l d lie j a m m e d. i n. A n d, if c o n d i t i o n s b e c a m e b e t t e r, t h e f i e l d s t a n d s c o u l d h e e x p a n d e d. I t t a k e s l i m e t o b u i l d u p a t e a m, ^ m d a f o l l o w i n g. T li e G e n e r a l s, l ik e t h e r e s t ( o f t h e i l l - f a t e d l e a g u e, w e r e a n i n s t a n t t e a m. O n e d a y t h y e w e r e w e r e 40 h u s k y g u y s w i t h s o m e f o o t b a l l e x p e r i e n c e. T h e n e x t d a y t h e y h a d n e w u n i f o r m s a n d a n e m o. T h e f i r s t c o u p l e o f p r e - s e a s o n r a m e s w e r e d i s a s t e r s. T h c ( i e n e r a l s lo s t b o t h o f t h e m. T h e y a l s o l o s t t h e i r f i r s t r e g u l a r g a m e o f th e s e a s o n. T h e n t h e i r c o a c h. B u t c h H o n g in, w h o h a s p l a y e d w ith t h e b e s t o f t h e p r o t e a m s, g o t h i s t e a m r o l l i n g a n d a t t h i s s t a g e o f t h e s e a s o n t h e y a r e a f o o tb a l l t e a m w o r t h s e e i n g. T h e y 'v e g o t a f e w l o c a l h ig h s c h o o l t e a c h e r s p l a y i n g a n d d r a w i n g h i g h s c h o o l f a n s. H o w a r d V a n d e r.s e a, a t e a c h e r n t L o n g B r a n c h H ig h, i s l i n e b a c k e r f o r t h e ( i e n e r a l s. H e s f s i x f e e t f t m r, p o u n d e r w h o w a s g i v e n a l o n g i n s p e c t i o n b y t n e C f ifc a g o R e a r s t h i s y e a r. Pack 88 Meets The Mothers Club cf Cub Pack 88 met on Wednesday evening pi the home of Mrs. Salvati on Stuyvesant Avenue. T heir officers for the y ear. are, M r s. Gc.-ge Kehoe, prcsiden ; Mrs. Ben Hill, vice p re.id en t; Mrs. Jan-ues Ryan, treasu rer: Mrs. Vincent Salvati, secretary; and Mrs. Frank Savino, hospitality chairman. A report was givelt on the Cht- n( sc auction, which proved a bit; success. Plans w ere made foe a Hallowe'en ra-ety to tie given fer cubs and their fam i lies on Oct. 20. Refreshment.-, w ere served during a social hour after the m rcting. Comets of Coach Tommy Delhi T o fri tried going to the aid and had five completions in 16 attem pts for 72 yards but three wayward aerials were plucked off by the alert Bears and two possessions were changed 01: fumbles. The visitors were hurt by a pair of penalties in their initial set of downs and- were forced to kick with Darryl H arris' punt brought back 26 yard? by Frank Srrvidco to the Comet;' 30. time I.ajterman.'s point after 'at- ti mpt was partially blocked to five Lyndhurst a ' 13-0 lead, at ha If time. P e n a lty hurt Lyndhurst in the. early goitjg in the third quarter but the third goalwavd m arch was set up when Sb:e- I rii -e ihiercepted a H a m s pa-.s at midfield ar.d went to the Carne s' 32. Jim Fonseca. Wal- It ee -?nd Sheebridge carried 1o the 15 from where Shoebridge passed into the end zone wtiere 3'. yards, pftsscd for two touch- downs, intercepted two Comet aerials arid V oke up many Comet plays.'w allace, a junim\ spelled Shoebridge in the ball- carrvirig depaj'fment and picked up 89 yards in. 13 carries. Wallace al o sna-ed an opponent pass fer an interception. Ciach Jo e Cipolla '~f Lynd- httrsf w-as without tv s services o ' hi? regular center, Nick De- Grc 'orio, wl>o is h im e recover- ir g from an illness. Points after TD: Marcello, L ajlerm an 2 lolacementsi Officials: Bell, Kolin. Garvey, Murray STATISTICS!.. II. 14 First.downs Yards gained rushing Passes Yds gained passing 72 3 Passes intercepted by 1 0 Fumbles lost 2 57." Penaltie Passes intercepted by 2 ume amounted to $3,8-17,500.00: 1 Fum bles lost 1. roughly a million and one-half 2-KO Penalties 1-15 or 40 -per sent, advance. North Arlington Scores First Win, Now Invades Park Ridge North Arlington goes after its!y. Jim Johnson passed for 19 WOOD-RIDGE (6) second victory of the season Sat yards to Rich Byron and after a EndS: Biegfcl, Heins urday with Park Ridge the ho^t running play lost three, JohnSon and the prospective victim. jessed, again to Byron fee four The Vikings won, their first of yards. Johnson then hit tackle the -season..sa.turdax.by. dump- for 11. yards to the 'four and af- ing a favored Wood-Ridge team- ter an - incomplete pass, John- 12 to 6. The gam e was in doubt son pitched to Byron for t h e until the last moment but touchdown. Bjb Shir.der's kic.t Ccach Johnny Kaelin'* b jy s v.asn't go-.-d but it didn't matte:-, were nob to be thwaned.. They... The Vikings had taken a 6-0 played hard, '.ough fo.itball and lead in'the first period when, Taiicles: Coco, M arie G uards: Carl F errara, Groll Center: Regante Backs: Firsco, Romano, Tuc- ci, & aig Ferrara Substitutes: Fleming, DeStena Graber, Ulme:', Coi^vin, Nordahl Murphy. Strelchert NORTfl ARLINGTON (12) Ends: Mucha-, Calabra Tackles: Mu teller, Rud G uards: Ervelli Saam Cen cf: Olsen ' Backs: Johnson, Byron, Slvin- de:, Gcrrian Substitutes: Cooper-. Hendor- s<.n, Lord, DaO^sta, Sikora, Cas- tagna, Avery WR N.A ' 6 12,\U I IHM r.mmrs. *v'bivjl (men l>«iiy 7-K- - Sa> N e w Brunswick Ave, Pr>rtb A m b o v N.J kept Wood-Ridge olf balan most of the game. W ien It c >,iritc l Ni-rth Arlington had the stuff. While North Arlington was bea ing Wood-Ridge P ark Ridge Mas absorbing a lickng 26 to 14 at the hands -of WaUingion. The Vikings, scoring a tou.-h- tnwn in tlie final period, chalked up a 12-6 conference triumph Saturday "ofer--the Wood-Rid; Blue Devils. It was the see md. loss in three games for the Blue Devils and they face tough-r uxiuble this Saturday when th y h:>st Mountain l akes SCORE ON PASS Nerih Arlj;.:ton sc >:ed ' h o first and last teflchdewns of- the game. The winning scar c cam e after a punt by Ray Gra- b e r. from the cad zone.curried out to the Blue Devils' 35. I: took the Vikings six plays to tal- In U rlays, also helped along hy a pass interference call. On a f urth down play, Johns o.i swept tnd on a bootleg play for the TD from the six-yard-line. Schir.der s kick was wide. W jjd-rjdge tied thc score in ti:e second quarter when it m arched 45 yards after receiy ing a pun*. It took tight plays v ith the big play being a 29- y itd j:a - to C e 27 fr :r, Dennis I-'-. -1 i i C trl Rctiiano. Rorna:.sen gained.nine a id C rai; F errara six to the 12. Frisco then I;.1: Ken Birgel wilh a U y a n! TD pass, the Biue Devil end r;.a': rg a fhte ratch. Craig- Fer- lara 's r j.t for the extra jint was s lipped. After a scoreless ;hi- d period th? V ikircs 'hen pushed,ove: the -w inning TD in the last quar-1 W e are p ro u d to an n o an ce th a t o u r n e w 1968 G M C p ick u p comes w it h features y o u c a n 't even o rder o n m o st p ic kup s. Dt*iblo-wall cab construction with ft thick slice of insulation sandwiched tw*tw****n. w Four hea iliihts. Most pickups come with only two. ^ A flection of seven «*ngine^. V6*», In-Line Sixo.' an<i V 8 a. C«>lof4k*'.v«>(2 interiors. A wide choice of consignation* you d only expect to find in passenger cars. B e g in n in g at t ills l o w pricc: $1, FRANK S CARACE (. > 1 1 DKAI.EU Ridge Road Lyndhurst, N. J IO USED C A R BONUS FALL BUYS! SWfciAl 1963 PONTIAC S O Q C 1W5 CHIVY IISCATNt 4 Or ic»! AJIO RAMBLER *1295 CLASSIC * Ot W ijtt IMS HAMtUR tossie 770 ^Dr, ; y i r s - ( C * A fh 1963 RAMILER, _ a. *%? $595 '61 OLDS " 9 8 ' E L M R A M B L E R N e w J e r s e y ' s l a r g e s t R a m b le r D e a le r 2 3 Kearny A v e

8 PAGE EIGDT TTIE COMMERCIAL LEADER AN1) SOUTH BERGEN REVIEW THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1967 Commercial leader AND THE SOUTH BERGEN REVIEW i\% W * W eekly "The LEADER \ SPEAKS for / SOUTH BERGEN Lyndhurst'sOffical Newspaper Sin ce 1921 Publication Office 251 R id g e Road, Lyndhurst, N. J. Telephone G E n e v a 8* Editor Lymllmrst, N. J., October 12,1967 John Savino Second C la ss P o s ta g e P a id A t Rutherford, N. J. i Subscrip tion $3.00 P e r Year T e n C e n ts P e r C o p y Some High School! T h * Lead er p rin ts today excerpts fro m a F a m ily C ircle article w ritte n by B la k e Ehrlieh, L y n d h u rst H ig h Sch o o l s w ritin g alum nus. E h rlie h is a gra ce fu l w rite r w ho once blazed *o ind ign an t he caused a natio n 's tra n sfo rm a tio n in its m aintenance o f the Statue of Liberty. E h rlic h s n am e appears at a tim e w hen there is question over the lo w cost of education in Lyndhurst. S ta tistic s presented b y the N e w Jersey S ta te T a x p a y e rs A s s o ciation sh o w that L y n d h u rst is on the low end of th e totem pole so far a s educational expenses are concerned. It is notew orth y to point ou t that L y n d - h u rst s m u n icipal co sts are a lso a m o n g the low est in Bergen and in the state. Y o u can read o ver L y n d h u rst s p ro vidential contract w ith its ga rb a g e collector to understand w h y such costs are low- B u t that isn t the point of these observations. T h e fact is that in spite o f low cost education in L y n d h u rst the school system has turned o u t in its tw o score years som e h igh ly creditable figures. O n ou r front p age s recently w as the sto ry of B ill Shad e l a h igh school boy, w ho gave a clarinet recital at C arn e gie H all, tak in g tim e off fro m his duties at M o n t clair Sta te C o lle ge to do so. It rem inded us that the high school also produced Charles G iga n te and R o cco Pesile, tw o h igh ly sk illed and p roductive m usicians, com posers and conductors. In public service today are such gradu ates as C arm in e S a v in o Jr., a judge o f the N e w Jersey State C o u rt o f Tax Appeals and Col. F ran k Gerard, the state s com m issio ner o f aviation, a cabinet p o st in the go ve rnor s adm inistration. A s fo r the ju diciary there are such judges a s W illia m W o o d s and, m o re recently, R o g e r Breslin. R a lp h P o lito is an assistan t prosecutor. F ro m the school sy ste m have flow ed a long, proud stream o f businessmen, law yers, doctors, newspapermen, teachers, nurses, public figu res, and, of course, athletes. A ll five m em bers of the B o ard of C o m m issio ners a rt pro ducts o f the system s as is its council, Jam e s Breslin. A ll but one of the m em bers of the B o a rd o f Education are products of the system as is its principal, Joseph Polito, its assistan t superintendent, John M a c L e a n and its district clerk, P a tsy Restaino. T h e record o f the L y n d h u rst school system is adequate refutation of the argum ent y o u ve g o t to spend, spend, spend to get quality- En e rgy, am bition and vitality, of which a ll are found in L y n d hurst in abundance, are m ore essential than the dollar sign. Who Are The Fences? In a survey of N o rth Jersey police departm en ts N e w a rk N e w s Reporter T h o m as H ooper found a situation w hich is com m on to a ll com m u n ities these days. B u t w hat stick s in the craw is the assertion of Police Chief B y ro n F. F itz sim m o n s of S o u th O ra n g e w h o said that h is com m u n ity h a s been hit by am ateur b u rg la rs gu y s w h o need a f ix (n arcotics) and som e g ra b a n y th in g they see. T h is a m a z in g statem ent presents n o th in g new. T h ere h a s been a drain on tele-, visio n sets in su bu rban hom es. In this a re a there have been m any such b u rga la r- ies and it is n o t coincidental that w ith the arrest of one kno w n addict the reduction in such bu rglarie s has been sta rtling. B u t Chief F itz sim m o n s statem ent deserves furth er scrutiny. It is true the addicts pick up anyth in g, inclu d in g television sets. T h is m eans that the addict has a w ay o f d isp o sin g o f the set quickly and fo r a price., Nobody has yet come forward to tell The New G. 0. P. T h e appearance of Sen ato r C h arle s P e rcy o f Illin o is in South B e rgen last F rid ay w as fortuitous. It ga v e the populace a chance to see a new breed of R e publican. Y o u n g, handsom e, articulate, P e rcy is the k in d of g u y ypu like to have around. L ik e John L in d sa y o f N e w Y o r k and Senator H atfie ld of O re gon, Percy represents a Republican that is com pelling and interesting. A U three m en have m ade their ow n w ay. A11 three men have gone far. how the addict disposes.of the television sets. W h o are the fen ces? H a s one of them been apprehended y e t? A re the police try in g to find out w hat becomes of the T V se ts? A n addict is not a hardened crim inal. H e is a frightened hum an being w h o is a prisoner o f a dreadful habit. H e w ill talk. H e w ill tell police a n y th in g they w an t to know. H a s n o policeman yet thought o f askin g an addict w here he se lls his stolen T V se ts? Once the fence has been apprehended a real in ve stig atio n can be made. I f the fence b u y s stolen T V sets one m o tel lost 10 of them in a couple of w eeks he ll buy anything. T h is m eans that the fence is an active partner o f a theft ring. It w o u ld appear that discovery and UTest o f the fences is a s im p ortant as rounding up the addicts. A d d ic ts m ake stcj, h a n d y in fo rm an ts it is a w onder the jails sure n o t filled w ith the cheap cro o ks w ho encourage others to steal fo r their profits! Look A U three show prom ise of go in g even farther. It is the old, old sto ry of conditions rig h tin g them selves. In the past it w as the D em ocrats w h o came up w ith the vital y o u n g men. Jack K e n nedy w a s the model of such Dem ocrats. B u t in the last five y e a rs Republicans w ho have the easy flo w in g style that captures the im agination and votes have com e along. T h u s is the v ita lity o f the tw o-party system preserved. The Irony O f People In Rep. H e n rv H e ls to s k i s questionnaire to his constituents he asked som e questions w hich point up tho irrtionality o f our thinking. ~ - Q u e stio n 7 w a s : D o you approve of, social security increases to b rin g benefits in line w ith the cost of liv in g?, W o w. 67J percent said yes, indeedy. B u t w hen q u e 'tio n 14 asked i f the p ro posed budget deficit sh ou ld be cu t w ith a rise in the incom e tax I S i v o ted an indign ant no! In other words, pass the gravy daddy, but don t charge m e for the dinner! A nd w hen the questionnaire asked w here spending cuts m igh t be m ade to avoid the itr t a x there didnts appear to he m any b rig h t ideas- T w e n ty -tw o percent su ggested anti-poverty funds The range went all the w ay down to 4.9 percent. T aken a s a w hole D istric t Nine peopls are like people sdl over they don t like taxes ' \ Rigolosi Says H e ll Oppose N Meadowland Plan Mayor Vincent P. Rigolosi of Garfield today said he will o > pose any Meadowlands developm ent plan which does not ((ire the people-of South Berg ii a dominant voice in deciding tlio future ol their m arshlands. K i. ilosi said he cannot sup port program s which would give a State or 2-count.v authority the right to impose its, will on South Bergen s e I e e i od governments. "Foi' 200 years people f i- u ill other areas of the State and County wanted no part w the Meadowlands," Rigolosi said, "They thought of them as use less swamps. "Now it has become 'apparent that tlie Meadowlands ean be immensely valuable. Suddenly the experts from Trenton a n d the big businessmen from New York City have arrived lo tell us what to do with this great resource," M ayor Rigolosi stated. Rigolosi said he cannot agree with those who think the right way to Meadowlands developm ent is for the StatP government"of~a~ Slate authority io tak e over all of the thousands of acres of land in the Meadows. "Private owners have paidtaxes on this land for years," he said./'s o m e tracts have been in the' same family for genera tions. In o th er cases municipalities have improved or sold Meadowlands to gain badlyneeded tax ratables. "Now the State is seeking to extend its claim to acres it neve r laid claim to before. It does not seem right. Rigolosi also warned that a massive State authority with full control of the Meadows is not compatible with democratic, local government as South Bergen citizens now know it. "Any agency which controls to 20,000 acres of Meadowland could overpower our local and even County governments if the men who run it are so mind- edr te concluded: ~ ~ ADVERTISEMENT Beck s Column By MAX BECK Some tim e ago one company asked permission from the Town o ' Nutley to make a survey about TV reception, in order la find out whether it would pay them to install a CATV Community Antenna TV system. Nothing m ore has been heard a b o u t this since. In New York they are busy working on this. Th^ee firms have been authorized to go ahead, each one in a certain section of the city. Condi- IftW tfi1w ^ 'T S H ra it v a il^ a ff-'' f e r e n t th an in this vicinity. In some sections of New York City reception is very poor. The large steel and gl&ss buildings all but obliterate a TV signal. As a rule we have good signal strength in this vicinity. O u r main problem is ghost- (reflections!, usually on one or two stations, and in mast cases they a re not too bad either. Of course one-of the modern; reflection reducing antennas helps a lot. There seem to be some sections in every town where recep tion is not quite as good than in other parts. This is often due to large buildines. church towers, high tension wires or similar obstructions. Fortunately there seem to be at, least several stations everywhere that come in good, although they may not always he those thal one wants mostly, It is questionable that it»ould pay to install» CAT systi*m under these circumstances, because' there would hardly be enough subscribers. If Vou are plftgir d with ghosts and still have an old antenna, probably you can improve receptions-^nsiderablv bv Mterinslallation of a m»lem antenna. Your sei vii err,an' should foe able to advise vou. We sw vse at n t ell open daily 9-G, Mon. Fri. 9-9 too. Beck^ R adio T V H i- F i edu N u tley ( no >.,1 News O f Our Fighting Men * Lt. Ruat k To Coordinate Training FT. BENNING, Ga.- Second Lieutenant Roger:. B. R'uark, 2-, husband of the form er Joan J. Mikolitch, of 349 Oriental PI., Lyndhurst, has been assigned to the U. S. Army Training Center, Infantry tusatci). Lt. Ruark will serve as training officer with Company II 3rd Battalion. 1st Brigade. As a training officer in a US- ATCI company, Lt. R uark will coordinate the in stru ctio n ^ fundam ental m ilitary skills and act as liaison between staff sections and the individual soldier in his command. The Training Center was established at Fort Benning Sept. 15, 19i>5. Highly-trained person nel teach fundamental military skills to the individual soldier trainee. Since December more ttiifn m en, h a v e been graduated from basic com bat training. Fort Benning has other functions; hosts other units. Yet. its "Haste mission- making better combat infantrymen still dominates L - R uark i«the son of Mr. ar.d Mrs Bill T. Ruark S. Custer, Wichita. Kan., w as graduated from Altus High School. Altus. Ok'.i.. in 1962 and attended Southweste rn State Teachers College. Weatherford, Okla. Private Robertson Completes Training FT. JA KSON, S. C. A r m y Private David' W. Robertson, 21, son of M r, and Mrs, John Robertson, 234 Chestnut St., Kearny, completed nine weeks of ad- \anced infantry training Sept. 29 <at Ft. Jackson, S. C. He received specialized instruction in sm all unit tactics and in firing such weapons as the M-14 rifle, th e M-tiO machine gun and the 3.5 inch launcher. Private Drofiak Wins Promotion rocket FT. DIX, N. J. Peter G. Drofiak, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stefan Drofiak. 319 Davis Ave., Kearny, was promoted to Army private pay grade E-2 upon completion o f basic combat training a; Ft. Dix Sept. 23. Tlie prom otion was awarded two m onths earlier titan is customary under an Army policy providing incentive for outstand ing trainees. As m an y as h alf the trainees in each training cycle a re eligible for the early promotion, based on scores. attained during ran e firinc, high score on the physical combat proficiency test military bearing and leadership potential. An$i»Strike Benefit Law Repeal Campaign Is Growing The statewide citizens' movement to bring about repeal of the new law giving unemployment benefiis to strikers-.4s400) is entering a new phase the "grass roots" level of. organized community action. This was announced today by Hans Traulsen of Montclair, chairm an of the member New Jerseyaiu.,to Protect L'n- em ployment- -Benefits- 4PUBi, which has spearheaded a state wide protest aga'nst the contro- \ c.-sial strikers benefits law; Traulsen reveal'd that PUB is retting up a Community Ac ion Division to formalize repeal etfads, on the local level. 7 Two working women. have been named.' o-cbairmen of the new division. They are Mrs. P. L, Brown of Madison, a dentat nurse, nn 1 Mrs. Barbara Taylor of N -.vark, a secretary to a lu'-in- s> consult int. The DH-i«:on is assembling kits cf h a 'k -ound m aterial Snd membership blanks for use by interested communi y volunteers in w g ariii'iij local PUB committees. Among th e plan red steps are circulation of peti tions and the s isolation of individual letter-w riting to legislators dem anding the repeal of S 40ft. Since our organization start id last spring, w ith a handful of interested citizens as a nucleus, our attack on this obnoxious special-interest law has been on a statewide basis, Traulsen ex plained. "However, among the thousands of letters and names received, m any urged PUB to provide tools for a more localized effort. Traulsen pointed out that even with such spontaneous support, it will be an up-hill battle to force repeal of S400. He cited published statements by leaders of the AFL-CIO promising To raise a w ar chest of $150,000 to support candidates who promise 16 keep the new law. Traulsen revealed that PUB s "fan m ail" includes m any let ters from individual union members supporting the repeal drive. M ost of these w riters ask that th eir names not ibe published. S-40G, which became Chapter 30 of th e Laws of 1967 when Governor Hughes signed it last spring is supposed to become ef Launches Attack O* "Contrived Papoonery" The party platforms of the Democrats and Republicans alike have come under^attack of Senator Ned J. Parsekian, Democrat of Bergen County. Senator Parsekian said that the inclusion of a plank on compulsory driver education in the platforms of both state parties represented "con rived papoonery." He defined thc term as a meaningless conglomeration of sound without substance. If the parties were sincerely interest- Parsekian asked, why didn t the leadership of both parties get behind the bills he had put in the last two years. Sen. Parsekian has been fighting for a compulsory driver ed ucation bill for eight years, starting when he was Director of Motor Vechiles in All during lhat time', he noted, the bills could have been passed if both partiis w ere tnily interest-, ed. Now, he said, the Legislature had a chance lo prove it was sincerely interested in saving the lives A youth on the highways by agreeing to the passage of the driver education bill in November. H<< asserted, how ever, that (the perform ance v-ould probably flbt m atch the promise because he had been unsuccessful in It's pleas to have fhe driver education bill put to a.vote a t the last session, ot the legislature in the spring. Despite his assurance that the m easure could he passed if it w ere put to a vote. Sen, Parsekian w as unable to persuade the leadership to.m ove tht* hill. Instead it was referred back to Sen Parsekian'* Law 'a n d Pt»h lie Safetv Committee. The same fate was decreed f->r bill hat had oh'-'tnat- d in tt, A«.,mJ) v Sen p-trs,*>-m Its hill, t driver, er than "It is clear from examining the platform s, Sen. Parsekian said, " th a t the mandatory driver education program advocated is covered by m y bill. If the parties really want driver education the ' bill ean be passed next month and we can get started on our task of making our highways safer and reducing the toll of accidents." Sen. Parsekian asserted that both tbe leadership of the Democratic party and the leadership of the Republican party had fatt~ed the people Jjy refusing to press fo r the passage of the driver education bill last spring. He declared that the flow o f oratory that springs forth a t campaign tim e would not cover up this failure. "To insert as a campaign plat form a plank that advocates a program that has been studiously ignored by the leadership of both parties is an indignity; the Senator said. "I challenge both the leadership of the Democrats and the leadership of the Republicans to prove the sincerity ol their platform planks by agreeing to have this most necessary bill passed next month. Buffet Dance For Commissioner Russo Tlie Lyndhurst County - Committee will hold a Buffet-d.ince Saturday, Nov. 4 at Ihe Knights of Columbus Hall, New York Avenue, to honor Peter J. Russo, candidate for the New Je r sey assem bly Herbert Perry and P a u l Haggerty are in charge o f arrangem ents. Tick ets are lim ited to,300 and may be purchased by calling Call th is number, also if you wish to volunteer for campaigning. W orkers are needed to make phone calls next TTturs day nkrht. Oet. 19 from? to 10 p m. a t Republican Headquarters, 314 Main St., Hadceatack. Dennis Johnson Assigned Tq 160th U. S. ARMY, V ietnam -A rm y Private First Class Dennis D. Johnston, 20, son of Mrs. Evelyn Johnston, 50 Hulstead St., Kearny, was assigned to the 160th Signal Group in Vietnam, Sept. 17. Pvt. Johnston, a jeep driver in the group s Headquarters D e tachment, entered the Army in September, 1966, and was last stationed at Ft- Hood, Texas, jf\l Ie is a 1966 graduate of K earny High School. The private s father, Robert Johnston, lives at 44 A Jam es St., Kearny.... Airman Galiger In Air Force Training WITH U. S. COMBAT A T H FORCES, Vietnam -Airman Third Class Joseph Galiger, son o ' Mr. and Mrs. John Galiger of 445 Willow Ave., Lyndhurst, is nam. Airman Galiger, an aircraft mechanic, is a m em ber of the Pacific Air Forces. Before h i s arrival in Southeast Asia, be was assigned to Seymour Johnson AFB, N. C. The airm an is a graduate of Lyndhurst High School. fective January 1. Under the act, union m embers who volun i:iiily go on strike will start.collecting unemployment checks after a sixweek waiting pe- *. iod. The unfairness of this law, t.aid Traulsen, lies in the fact that 2,2 million workers pay into the fund, but there are only 700,- 000 union members, and the great majority' of them never go on strike. Thus, the m ajority of* working taxpayers are forced to pay for a minority on strike. "Prolonged s n k c s will result nnd. im peril the compensation fund w'hich was originally devised to give financial aid to persons who lost their jobs through no fault of their own, said Traulsen. Traulsen urged persons in any community who are interested iif organizing a local drive for iepeal of S400 to contact his Iiradquarters for m aterials. Such inquiries should be directed to Commtii' y Action Division, PUB, Suite D, Robert Treat Hotel, Newark. Materials o r. also be requested by tele ;ihone, and the num ber Is (201)' Private Marck In 5th Brigade Army Private Harold B., Marck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold M arck of 65 Union PI., ffe has been assigned to Company D., 10th Battalion, 5th Brigade', at (tie United States Army Training Center, Armor, Fort Knox, Ky. Following the completion of basic training, Pfc. M arck will i" receive at least an additional S weeks of either advanced instruction o r on-the-job training lo qualify him in a specialized military skill. Private Theobald Wins Expert Rating FT. KNX, Ky. Army Private George F. Theobald Jr., 22, son of Mrs. Ethel Therfbnld, 9 Ninth r.l North Arlington, fired expert with the M-14 rifle near the completion of basic c o m but training at Ft. Knox. Ky., Sept. 22. est m ark a soldier can achieve, cn his weapons qualification test. His father. George F. Theobald lives at 6800 E. Tropical Way, Plantation, Fla. His wife. Sally Ann, lives at 43 Laurel Ave.. Kearny. ±. Zukatus Honor Man John J. Zukatus Jr., U.S.N.R., was graduated honor m an in his class at Fire Control Technician Class A School in M are Island, Calif. He has been assigned to ship repair facilities in Subic Bay, Philippine Islands. Zukatus, whose parents reside at 9 Roosevelt St., is an alumnus of North Arlington High School and RCA Institute. Mr. and Mrs. Edw ard Di Camilla of Sanford Ave. have had as their guests for the weekend Mrs. Di Camillo s brother and siste rw law, Mr. and MrS. Nick Violet of New Bedford, Mass. 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9 ... r THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12,1967 THE COMMERCIAL LEADER AND SorTTT RERCEN REVIEW PAGE NINE Youngsters Helping Soldiers A fund o f. $ has been Spurred on by his succcs*. i4isod by four youngsters in llaroljl joined forces with anotjj^ Lyndhurst dotermindd to do cr big hearted youngsle. Donna something lor the Vietnam w ar Kost;<r, 7, of 636 loth.st., and soldiers. > t llioy IxSgan a door to door collec- II all began when Harold tion which netted them $20. It, Bender, 8, of th St., paint- too, was.given to Mrs. Croll. ed some seashells and sold them L ater they returned with nearly to som e neighbors.'h e ihad over $104), but vowed to majtc it an heard Mrs. Wilbur Croll, 385 even hundred, -only to return Copeland Ave., discussing her with $120 collected mainly in organization, Women in Support fron: of the local Grand Union ol Our Troaps in Vietnam, and store, young Harold knew tiho group POLICE GET COMPLAINTS needed money to send packages The bright scene was clouded to the fighting men. Thus,.he briefly m hrn poltw nt l ived at turned over to Mrs. Croll Ihe lo-^mrs. Croll s home, asking if she tal profit of the sale, 65 cents, 1'iad obtained a permit for the money collections. Poliee h a d been plagued with calls fronv many who were visited by the children. -They questioned the legitimacy of the solicitations. Mis. Croll then went to poliee headquarters, told her story and received a permit. By thfs time, the youngsters were joined by Donna's sister, Karen, 11, and Jam es Fitzpatrick, 9, of 112 Park Place. Their final clay's collection brought^ ttie"1otal lo $145 whiilh will be used to purchase canned finds. Tilt1 youbgstws are currenlly writing notes saying, "We care about you. M erry' Christmas ir. October," which will be included in the packages. Also to b'- included will be letters explaining how Ihe money wais collid e d, plus the addresses of the youngsters. The children are also collect ing toys and clothing for the Sou'll Vietnamese children and will continue money collections. Mrs. Croll is also seeking t h e names of local boys stationed in Vietnam. One of the girls told Mrs. oil, I feel good all over. I guess it's because t knjw we will be making those servicemen happy. Queen of Peace, St. Marys In Big Came Next Sunday South Bergen's first biig showdown territory. game arrives S u n day A fire-up Queen of Peace learn w hen Queen of Peace m arches ot St. Mary s in Rutherford. Two powerful team s are to collide and St. Mary's is still Queen of P eace-w as tumbled broke the scoring ice at the outset of the second halt. Following a 11-yaird kickoff return by Bob B arrett, the Queensmen went into high gear. Don-.: IIolzhiMT rip St. Cecelia of Englewood by 20 pod off 11 yards in three carries to 7. At the sam e tim e St. to get the drive moving and 'lien M ary's was crowning Bayley-El- 1-ard 27 to (b Queen of Peace could not do Saturday what St. M ary's hopes to do Nov. 5 when the Rutherford an a fourth down play from the victors* 39. he rambled 17 yards off right tackle lo the St. Cecelia 22. Sophomore quarterback T iny club faces St. Cecelia. Riposta scored for Queen of The Sunday contest will put Peace on the next play.- After a Johnny Kelly & Ca. against the fake hand-off. he rolled ari'ind big,.strong Queen of P e a c e team. The Irish are looking for revenge for the licking they took lost year. And they say they will get it. St. Mary's has som e fam iliar nam es. Farrell Sheridan is the quarterback. K elly is the fullback. Sheridans and Kellys have been on St. M ary's teams f o r m any years. Jim m y Kelly, fre^h out of Notre D am e, is assistant coaieh of Ihe Rutherford club. Although neither team c o u Id score, the first half w as well played and featured som e rugrigh' end, and aided by a Holzherr block, sidestepped several tacklers to go tbe necessary 22 yards for a touchdown. Holzherr sm ash up the middle. Queen of Peace was able to added the extra point on a keep St. Cecilia at bav after the kickoff, but the Sain's came sm ash up the middle. Queen of Peace was able to keep St. Cecilia at bay after the kickoff, but th" Saints ceme the next lime they gained possession. A 15-yard punt fetur.i by ha!,- ged defensive play on both sides. Tial<' Bippolito^jagyed the Queen of P eace had a drive ball to QP's 42, A 13-yard pass stopped at the St. Cecilia three from Al Hehre to Tom McKenna yard line, while the Saints w ere advanced to the Que- n of P ;e > halted twice inside Queensmen 25 before half-bacfc-ross Saiitort. broke loose for a 19 yard gainer lo the six yard line. Cioffi, a 185 pounder who gained 122 yards in 16 carries, scored the six.points on a six-yard Slant off left tackle, Th'- score remained 7-6 as Al Borys block- Roque Lun/q 's -place riietrt+ry for thc paint after. ST. CECILIA (201 E nds: McKenna,.lennerich Tackles: OaseyTTioto- ^ G u ard s: Bachman, Cosgrove Center: Arevalo Backs': Hehre, Santoro, Ciofli, Feddoek Substitutes: FiorHIa,, Simons, Conlon, Dippolito, Tansey, Guittian, Martueci. AKerque. Krampe, Lanza, Rooney, Finn, Hart nett, O'Neill QUEEN OF PEACE <7» E n d s: Bone/kbwski Rarrott Tackles: Borgess^ Edmistoh Guards: Paterno. Illis Center: Flannery Backs: Riposta. Bellucci. Pauelke, Holzherr Substitutes: Adams, Mecla. Bruno, Borvs. Cahill-, Dames. Maresca, R ilek, Meehan,^Connolly. F. Kin?. J. King. Berman, Wolowltz, Gou tre St! C Q.P TuichduwiKt-fSMUi 3,.R irosta. Points af-.er TD: Lanza 2. Hobherr O fficials: McN'i iy, Nicosia. If you re over 30 years old you should be thinking about retiring Burns, Toohey STATISTICS St. C. Q P. 18 First dawns Yards gained rushing Pa ssis Yards gained passing Fum bles lost Penalties Deborah 7th Hospital Annual Dinner Our 7th Annual Awards Dinner was held at San Carlos R estaurant on Stuyvesant A venue,, Lyndhurst, on Sept. 23rd. M usic nas furnished by the "D r i f t- woods. Awards were presented to thc following m em bers: A meritorious award was p resented by Golden Heart Chapter and Deliorah Hospital to the peeplc they felt worthy of this honor: Mrs. Jam es Shaughnessy. Mrs. John Goebel, Mrs. Sam Jacobs and Mrs. Joseph Salata. Service pins were given to Mrs. Lil ian Ambry and 'Mrs. A riel Prado. Presentations were m ade by Chairman M rs. Seymour P.osenfeld, 0 : chairman Mrs. C. Shappman, a n d Mrs. John Attardo, President, t Russo and May End - A big shakeup in South Bergen officialdom is expected if the Republicans score in the apfiicaching November elections. Anthony J. Statile, cam paign n.anager for t'he Republican ticket, declared that all Republicans will honor the rule that an elected official should hold one job. Those, holding public office now would surrender tiyjs? posts at the conclusion of their term s, Statile f aid. T? nil"*" would affect Mayor V ilt'vn V Dowell of North Arlington whose term as m ayor expires next year. He is a candidate for the Board of Freeholde r1 th;s y r and is given a }. <*'1 chance >win. Others w' jt would be affected are Commissioner Peter J, Russo of Lynd. ji st and Councilman Harold Hollenbeck of East Ruth crford. According to-a Bergen R -cord story last,ii:.'ht jla y ',r e ti-.vfell has assented to the plan while Russo and Hollenbeck Could not be reached for com n en t : McDowell Local Tenure cans say, it assures the electo rate that tbe man seeking their support for one job will not be dividing his attention to two or more. There have been exceptions. Mayor Richard Vanderpiaat of Fairlawn has served in th e as sembly while serving as m ayor. Vander Plaat has not yet made any statement on his intentions should,he be elected to the assembly.post he is seeking. Vander Plaat is a power house in the western part of tlie w unty. S'ctile made a firm statement on the subject and used thc opportunity to attack Democratic practices. SCORES FOES Freeholder candidate Austin N. Volk is stepping down as.mayor of Englew ood January 1, as are State Senate candidate Garrett W. Hagedorn as Mayor of Midland Park and incumbent Freeholder Henry L. Hoebel as Mayor of Fort Lee. "Sometimes it is disruptive for a local m ayor to resign in m idterm," said" ~Statile: "For Over the years the Ropuhli- this reason, it is important that cans have established the p'rac- m ayors do everything in their tic- of a, man holding one job', power to avoid disturbing the 1> They~msTst that this avoids the c t' affairs of their towns. possibility of a conflict Of inter But he said the Dem ocrats -had e.-t. Furtherm ore, the Republi- been talking out o f both sides of their mouths about dual jobholding. Freeholder Eugene E. Walsh (D.) would still be a dual jobholder if public opinion had not forced him off the Sales Tax Bureau payroll, said Statile. And East Paterson Mayor Albert St. George and Northvale M ayor John L. Hogan are both seeking reelection wthile officials of the Sales Tax Bureau. "G erald A. Calabrese is classic among Democrats in that he seeks to become a triple jobholder, added Statile. "He seeks re-election as M ayor at Cliffside Park while a lso running for State Senate and hold ing a public position w ith the State Public U tilities'c om m ission. Several other G.O.P. candidates also hold municipal office. The other Freeholder candidate is Saddle Brook Com m itteem an Benjamin Walenczyk. The Assem bly ticket boasts Teaneok Mayor Thomas J. p a s ta. People s Pharmacy Under New Management JUST ARRIVED!! Whitman's Sampler New 2 Identical Layers Miniatures, Cordial Cherries, Double Dip Mints Starting A t $1.19 Lb. Visit Our Wine Department For Your Holiday Needs Manischewitz and Mo gen Wines» Best Humidor In Town A n th o n y L a V e rg h e tfa ' A n th o n y R u b in o R e g. P h a rm acists O p en M o n d a y to S a tu rd a y 9 to 10 Sunday 9 to 1 C a ll Free D e liv e ry & P ic k -U p 298 R id g e R d. L y n d h u rst S i n c e t h e D e m o c r a t s t o o k o v e r, 1 0, S t a t e e m p l o y e e s h a v e b e e n a d d e d ( p r o n o u n c e d p a d d e d ) t o t h e p a y r o l l. A n d t h e w o r d i s t h e y h a v e n t r u n o u t o f r e l a t i v e s y e t! AMOUNT SAVED WKKKLY Br^in Savin* at Age $1 $2 S3 S21I , K8036 8I 40' B <89*! * K M Why? * At w hat age you start to save tow ard your reti e.ucnt m akes a big difference. If you are now in your 30*s you can com fortably save a reason able am ount from current earnings and have an exciting n o t egg put aside by thc tim e you re 65. A s indicated by the chart how ever, the longer you wait the m ore difficult it becom es so start planning for your retirem ent years m ake a date to stop at Equity w h ere you can get the «ound and h elpful advice that w ill launch you on the road to a secure and happy retirem ent. E Q U I T Y S A V I N G S A N D L O A N A S S O C I A T I O N 583 K e a r n y A ve n u e (C orn er M id la n d A ve.) K e arn y. N e w Jersey H O U R S : D a ily 9 to 3; T h u rsd a y s to 7 P.M. * ' * # r V o t e R e p u b l i c a n -L v jio LM w o r s e

10 PAGE TEN T ill, COiVlfclKKCI Al I.KAIIKK AINU SOUTH HliKCKN IIKVIKW THURSDAY, OCTOUKR 12, 1967 L y n d liiirsl High School D i a r y By FRANCINE G EN TILE After three games, the Lynd- H or.cr Society, liie party is tlie liui &i Golden Bcai vj-rtball i.am M ift ssc te l affair al tjv? year remains unbeaten, untied, and planned only fo r the F resh m en, unscored upon. The first Hire? KnterjaUmen: vvas' provided by oncounters against Lodi (21-0>, the NHS, and consisted of the Eastside* (27-0) ad Hackensti'-k V au lty -cheerleaders, P at defeat for the oppoii.ion. Tlie team neck e and Lucrelia Rubinetti, looks furward to Ihe ja n ie, tliij Co-Captains, und Senior* R m Saturday c-gainst Ciifto.i with I.a Corle, C hris De Ceceo, Pat apprehension and confidence in Siberry, J t.iif c r Galli, I!- ' liieir record. T"..ey will be dcvot S m i I h, and Juniors L au ra in j all their efforts Ut Beating Mitchell, Roe Vondo.1, Judy C^if'.-ii in Ihat g ime and beconi- Palm e:', D ebbie Rubinic i; two inj the first 'e a t u ^ J b e a t that team four years in a row., On Friday, October G, an assembly prograiti was presented for the Juniors and. Seniors while Ihe Freshm en and Soplvjmores had a guidance program in hoinerqom. The assembly was ano"ier installment of cultural.program set up by the Board of Education in o rd er to bring music appreciation into the schools. The program was a drass quintet, of Which only four pieces arrived on time to perform. Ttejr each gave a brief explanation of their instruments ar.d piayed a shor: piece as toe t they could wfth their fifth pl.'ce rrtissin* Tlie Senior Magazine Drive has come to an end. Ths,y fell sl >rt of their goal of $6,500, netting only about $4,80C. This fftlksingers. Jar.? A ulenbac'i. a Junior, a n d M ary Pini ies, a friend of one of ihe NHS mom-- b ers. T here w ere also two bands - th e R eactions, and the Down- B cats. Dou-* Aldrige, P resident of the Society, also spoke. Th^' p ro g ram was draw.i up by F ra n Gent 11. GIRL SCOUT News A big welcom e back to a!l our Girl- Scouts a n d Brownies. Wo hene you had an enjoyable summ er and we are sure you and your lenders are bubbling over w ith ideas fcr your troop activities for the coming year. Our Lyadtaksrst Scouts bad quite an active sum m er -campwise. Approxim ately 156 girls (which is' aipoulit will be used to supple- over 05 per cent of our memberment WHAT A MAN Rudolph Valentino will star in a special showing of Son cf the Sheik" to be presented by the Chan cel Choir of the First Presbyterian Church of North Arlington tomorrow night in Fellowship Hall of the church. the dues collected t,his ship) attended Camp Happy y w r and the money already in Hour Tho Lyndhurst Girl Scout An evening of nostalgia will be Vilma Bauky in Son o l the titled "Good Old D ays. F eatur reel featuri.ig fails h i. I foibles the treasury for graduation and Day Camp. 109 girls worked on presented by the Chancel Choir Sheik" and a series of old-time ed in scenes from the past will of the Gay Nineties will be be Lionel Barrymore, Charlie shown. Senior Week. bad-es -of which 107 completed of «* First Presbyterian Church films Personal information forms their requirements. The Ca- o North Arlmgton tomorrow at Jean Allen, president of Chaplin, Fatty Arbuckle, Lon Tickets m ay be purchased from choir m em bers or at tlie far the yearbook should have Art,*, w rn -w on rtam nrroft nnd 8 p.m. in Fellowship-Hall of lhe tho Paseack Hustarical Sosiety, Chaney, Mary Piekford. T am i,miorc Tnntt 1 : ih been fil.ed out by all Seniors by w nr, nutiim r «uuww»> eliurch when it sponsors a show- ha3 compiled a series of films of.. r Rudolph i_i_ Valen.ino it.i (r, and starring old-time,1 i,mn fnitapitar favorites en- Mix, Shirley Temple, and o h. rs. doc door on the evening of the per Tn In addition, an on old-time Al/l.timA nm news- t C. formar.ee. Proceeds will go, to th Organ Memorial Fund. / this time. No forms will be accepted after Wednesday, Oct. 18. Anyone who has not handed in his or h e r form by that time will have no say in what is put into the yearbook about them, Folklore, Active Citizen. Although rain was a bug at times, w e understand the girls are all to be congratulated on on it, it was quite hilarious is qne of the main items and actheir excellent behavior while watching two Juniors hold tin tivities. Thought you might be having to curtail their activities foil over the chicken which w as interes ed in a sample menu: and may find tljis information to inside the Scout House. cooking o n the open fire, but ' Breakfast: juice, French toast, omitted. The Brownies did quite a bit ent came dwn hisll-drnvaterory bacon and cocoa. The Art Club Dance, the Pap of handcraft deecrated shoes clenly and the charcoal and... w hllnnu t Op Hop, on Friday night, Oct. 6, with m acaroni ar.d gold paint so chicken went floating away. _... C J ca ke and wfe a great success. The seen- they could be used as a olanter,. The Juniors also held a treasure ', _... rry, made by the Art Club, con- m ade clothespin bags out of sa- hunt on h e camp grounds. The ^ sisted of tracings painted in nitas and a banger, m ade pin hidden treasure being a gold D inner: hot dogs and rolls, many different colors, with cushions out of tuna fish cans, stone. pickles, potato chips. w:atermelflashing lights shining on them m ap holders out of sanitas, etc. The Cadetles from Troops 1, 4. on %nd milk. In case you plan from all a gles. A band, the T^e Fly-ups and Juniors w h o p an(j jg Qg Cadettes with 9 Sen- i1- final camping trip or outdoor 1 1 pon What Four, played for m ost of worked on Outdoor Cor.k made jo r s ) w e n _ fmm August 29th to cookout before winter cohies. the evening, w ith a little help dunking bags to be jised, for n h^gohalt here is their recipe for blashbg from the Goldtones. A group washing their dishes and also gam e with the Cadetles on one ounny: cofnposed of four junior -girls, learned how to make emergency sjcjc an[j seniors and leaders oh 2 j tablespoon- butter or m argarine Liada Borowski. Gloria Bubblo, [uel. (he ott,er They also..eld Sum- El une Paul, and Jane Aulon- The Juniors and Cadettes also m er Chsistmas, decorating a 2l«tablespoon- flour bach, sang and Pat Sturges sang held a cam ping trip to Camp tree, caroling, performing 3 10'»-ounce cans concentrated alxjne. The dance was a unique Wendy. Girl? from Junior troops Christmas skits, candy and gifts tcmat'i soun type of entertainment, and was 5, 6, 7, 8, 12, 19, 21, 22 and 24 (72 foi- all. In fact the Chris: m as enjoyed by all. in all) w ent from August 26th lo tree was brought home on the 1-3 oour.d cheese, cul in small The Freshm an Party w as held 29th. Once again ihat old Mr. bus ard is new dscoratlng the piecc: l.iat Fridav n H it. Scot. 29. Spon- Rain had to be an unwelcomed Scout House. One thing for sure 13 cliccs toast sored by the PTA and National visitor. Although lootong back when our girls go camping, food ASSETS Cash and Investments T a tes Assesamant*. Lien and Utility Charges Receivable Property Acquired for Tax«s Assessed Value Accounts Receivable Fine# Capital Utility Deferred Charges to Future Taxation-General Capital Deferred Charges tc Revenue of Succeeding Years TOTAL ASSETS TOW NSHIP OF LYNOHUF.'3T SUMMARY OF AUDIT REPORT FOR 1»G8 COMBINED COMPARATIVE BALANCE SHEET LIABILITIES, RESERVES AND SURPLUS Notes *... Improvement Authorizations Other Liabilities and Special Funds Amortization of Dsbt for Fixed Capital Accrued or Authorized Reoerye for Certain Asset* Receivable Sufpfus TOTAL LIABILITIES RESERVES AND SURPLUS B A L A N C E S Dec. 31, 1966 Dec * 915, $ 808, J ,5<>9.0CO.OO COO.OO 4, , *3,181,290^ , S , , , , ~ i3, " 77,668.6* 2S6.5OO.C0 24, , ,^ $1,665, , , , , , ,685, Melt butter slowly, ble.iri with flour and mix un il all lumps are gone, add soup just as it comes in can, when thoroughly healed add cheese and stir genily until melted, season, serve Refined Products Tops Midget League Football Action continues hot,}, heavy and fast in Lyndhurst s Midget Football League. l^ist week the Per.icks bea; the Knights 6 to 0 when Tucker drove over from the one-yard line. He made his score in the Refined Produc -s had an easier time of it by defeating the p..lice team 26 to 0. Frank Vuono- scored on a 1 yard run to put the R etinal team out in front. The.i Billy Billy P erry on a 2 yarder and Billy Russell on a 3-yarder. When all the shooting had stopped it was found that the Refined team lops the leagu w ith two victories and no defeats. - : The crushing defeat suffered by the Police dropped them out M r.,and M rs. Raymond Hasten on toast. This makes enough for 0f sum m er Avenue have had as 8 servings. Iheir guests tor ten days their Well, ^irls, if you/missed last son-in-law and daughter, Mr. y ear s camping trips, hope you can make one of them next y w Shop Locally und Mrs. Barney Van Teglen of Three Rivers, Mich. While here tney also visited Mrs. Van Teg lo n s sisters, Mrs. Arthur Sla-jel of Livingston and Mr. and Mrs. Fancoast and ch Idren in Cedar Grove. of first place to a tie for second wit h the Penicks. each having 'won one and lost one. i The Knights -of puh up in the rear with no victories and a pair of defeats. ^Action will continue this week end. Some folks say the Midget League play this y ear is better, than ever before and that many your, jsters of real talent are ex* h!t)ttiri their wares. S U P E R IO R C O U R T OF N E W J E R S E Y C H A N C E R Y D IV ISIO N B F R G F.N C O U N T y D O C K E T NO. F B etw een!?lm O R A S - W in C S A N D L O A N A S S O C IA T IO N, a ctrp orat on c f the S t^ t- r f N ew Je r-e v, plaintiff, and M U R R A Y S I L R E R. M A N and A N N A S I L B E R M A N. I^i-, wifa. P E O P L E D T R U S T r O M P A N Y O F B E R G E N C O U N - T Y. a Ne<* Je rs e y c^rnor-*4ion a r d N A T IO N A L C O M M U N IT Y B A N K OT R U T H E R F O R D, forraeriy known a f T H E N O R T H N E W S O U N D Recording Studio Stereo and Mono Recordings Bands, Singers, Etc. Call F or Inform ation JERSEY TRUST COMPANY OF RIDGEWOOD. NEW JERSEY, defendant*;. Civil Action-^xnci'- inn. Returnable, Decertiber 6, 19C7. RICHARD R. O CONNOR, A turn-'y. 3 y virtue of th«? above stated w rit to me d rected t>nd del ver cl..n v e lev id upon ard will expore fvr m l* at put! c vei'ciu* 't, e S h e r iffs OTJice i:i tl'.e Ci'.y I H at k e n,o e!, on M O N D A Y, O J T O B K R 23, -1CC7, it two o'clock in tiie anerno»m, pre. o linrj tim e; All the f'llr w in c tract or p ar.tl f land and prem i es bare n «i I'H c u la rly d e tc r ib r d,, :i u.ic, ying nnd be.n ; in the Tow nsh p of Lyndlun St, C tu n ty of B^r^en ind S»tn-e of N ew.lerse : eec lin IM N G at a p ink «n t c Scuthtasterly line of P e a b c d / Av - lue d.j'tant therein f f t nort^- <*»-,ste-iy f-om 4^e c j m e r formed by the intersection r f the to d t uiiie isterly line o* Peal ody A v e nue wi*h tie N orth easterly Ime of ront.ne Avenue and runn ng ti ence (I)' South 42 cfnprei'^ ') im nuit* East and parallel w ith Ton»ine A enue ifluhfeet to a p in i; thence (2) Nor^h 74 degrees 00 nrnut"^ East f ot to a point: thenre (3) North 24 degrees 5!. irinuua 30 seconds W est 90.r C f e e f to t e said N rrthea terly line of Peabod^ A'-enu ; thence (4) Sou th w esterly and ong the t outheasterly I ne of Peabody A ven u e ) fee* ti t «joint and place cf BEGINNING. F x c 'p t i n j- f r o m the above described prem ises so m uch thereof ;»s w as previously conveyed to Michael Eufem io by the gran tors as recorded in D?ed B cci page 111. It b 'in g t e intention hereby to convey all of the reina n nn pr?rertv orated.it 232 Peabody Avenue title to which is still vested in the grantors. Being com m on ly know n as 232 Peabody A venue. Together w ith all and' singular the rights, liberties, privilege?, hereditam ents and appurten ances thereunto belonging c r in anyw i e appertaining an d ti e reversion m d rem ainders, ren ts, h su e * and pro fits, thereof, and rlso the estate, right, title, in terest, use, property, c aim and d em an d of «a»d rin fendants of, in. to and out ot m sam e, be sold to p.iy and satisfy in the first place unto the saic* pi-unjt.lm, th«*u tn of $22*918.33, with lawful * in terest thereon fr-m the 1st dav of A ugust, 1967, until t e s i me be paid and satisfied ind also the costs of the said plaintiff w hich ha''e been duly cax»*d at the su m of 5S65.12: And in the seccnd place unto the id defendant, Peoples T ru st Company of B ergen County, the sum of: ^5,982 25, w ith law ful intere t thereon from th e 9th d ay of Aunust until 4he sam e be pnid and satisfied and alsc the co6ts of the said defendant which have been duly taxed at the sum of The Sheriff reserves the right to- adjourn this sale from time to time as provided by law. JOSEPH F. JOB, Sheriff SBF Dated: Seot. 28, Oct. 5, 12, 19, 1967 FEES: $91.20 Creditors of Rose Mangini, deceased, are by order of G I L L C. JOB. Surrogate of Bergen County, dated Sept. 13, 1967 upon application o* th subscriber notified to bring ir their debts, demands and claims a t tinst her estate undar oath, w «rn six nom ha from above date. ich a n o r M»nuini Cliiri 2 Bridle Way Palira(*n P. 0., Fort Lee, N.J. EXECUTRIX P I A -'erloijette, Enqn. 11 Cim Avenue H t ensack. N. J. A i T O R N E Y D a t'd : S e p em ber , 'V *ober 5 12, 19, 1907 F E E S : # ELEC T To N. J. Assembly FR EEH O LD ER DORIS MAHALICK Proven Ability And Integrity Pd. By C. Mathe TASTEFUL,CORRECTLY TAILORED 3 r& tm a lrfy /vti F O R H I R E Lyndhurst Men s Shop COMMUNITY Valleybrook and Stuyvesant Ave. A 4 Lyndhurst COMPARATIVE STA TFM p n t OPERATION AND SURPLU3 CURRENT FUND Revenue (Cash Basis) &ui*bkis Bo^si Mnfeelhitweus From Other Than Local Property Tax Levies Collecton of Delinquent and Tax Title Liens Collecttcn of Current Tax Levy Total Funds Expenditures (Accrual Basis) Budget Expenditures: Municipal Purposes County Tax Lcc^l District School Taxes Refund Prior Year Taxes Less: Expenditures to be Raised by Future Taxes Tctal Adjusted Expenditures Surplus Balance December 31 Year 1966 I UMM U ~ 512,411. If _ 2, 991, ,851, ,439.Si# 503, JS , M.I90.47 $ 495, Y e a r 1965 ^19,366.46^ ^5 2,745, ,6 11, ,140, ^ ,455, , ' 9, ,054, , D O N ' T R U N F O R WATER UTILITY FUND Revenue (Cash Basis) Operating Surplus Balance January 1 35, Collection of Water Rents ** 8*4* Miscellaneous - From O ther Than W at fcr Rent 15, Total Funds * * 255, Expenditures (Accrual Basis) BuSMt;. - Csjital Improvements * «% Charges and Statutory Expenditures Surplus t^jbenerai Revenue Tc 1st t x;'*n iiture j Operating Su> pits Balance Oie;ember , ,5r* , fi $ 53^9.11 RECOMMENDATIONS <A) Repeated from Prior Audit;, 47, , _ 14, , , , _ 40, ,850 00» 35, True* Fun# Deposits be reviewed to detsrm.no present statue and proper action taken as JScancelllanon of those not required to be retained <B) 1966 Recommendations: That the, w.s l School Taxes be fully paid by June 30, followm0 the year cf levy. That a physical tnven i Department Matenale, and supplies should be t?: en at least once» year That e*penrecurring items, new charged to the C ontmgent apprcpnation, be made the subject of? * J r/. n c Ludf a '5! nj> Departmental appropnat.one covermg the rurpose That f th* 5***^ c **rk 1or c,v l Oefense sec-etar.al services be budgeted unpejr Salaries and»? included hi th e payroll and th a t ether expenditures tresently rfe mbursed be billed.md patp in tne sormai course of processing payment*, w here r^c tica b le Thai certain book»*eepira pr ceauroe in the Municipal Court be reviewed to effect improvement. That if Police Department Secretarial p*r*fnn5 continue to perform duties as Violations Clerk, approval of the Administrator cf the Courts be Obtained. A. M HART AND COMPANY T B E P H O m Just reach for an extension. A M. HART Registered M umopsl Accountant 1 cert*f.e<i''publ*c Accountant The above Su m m ary of synopsis w as prep-*red from the report of au d it of the Tow nsh of L yn d h u rst, Couiflly of Bergen, for the calendar y e a r 196*. T h is report, subm itted by A. M H art, R.I#*A. C P A. is on flto at the Township Clerk's O ffice and m a y be inspected b y a n y m tereeted person. FRED o: TAUB Township Clerk D ated: O ctober *7 F E E S : $64 : E X T E N S I O N P H O N E S T A K E T H E R U N O U T O F R U N N I N G A H O M E. A n d c o s t o n l y 9 0 t a m o n t h. T o o r d e r, c a l l y o q r T e l e p h o n e B u s i n e s s O f f i c e. New Jeney Belt

11 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12J967 GIFTS FOR GI'S Packing Kill boxes foi* local servicemen stationed in Vietnam are members of the Ln lies Auxiliary oi Calo Sass VFW Post In the usual orjer are Mrs. Rose Madison, Mrs. Fay Reiman, Mrs. Jeanne Lewandowski, auxiliary president; and Mrs. Lillian Principato, r oject chairman. Patricia Vigilante Married To John H. Richmond Sat. Miss Patricia Ann Vigilant, daughter of Mrs. Anthony J. Vigilant, 284 p v ngston Avenue,! vndhurst, and the late Mr. Vigilant, became tfte bride on Sal Oct. 7, of John H. Richmond, son of Mr. and Mrs. William II. Richmond, 1155 Idlewild Ave., Sarasota, Fla. The ceremony was performed at the First Presbyterian Church in Rutherford by the Rev. Dr. Fred Masters IIolLoway at 5:30 p.m. The bride was given in m arriage by her brother Paul Vigilant. The reception Writers Seminar Planned By Trust The second annual Northern New Jersey Financial Planning Seminar sponsored by Peoples Trust Co. of Bergen County and the Passaic-Bergen Assn. of Life Underwriters will be held or Ocl. 27 at the Marriott-Motor Hotel, Saddle Brook. The Seminar is open tc al) Life Underwriters, Attorneys, Accountants and Trust Officers in Bergen and Passaic County areas. It is scheduled to begin at "9:00 a.m. and to conclude at about 4 :30 p.m. _ Ttie program will feature six weitkhown speakers, each experienced and knowledgeable in the many facets of financial planning. George Byron Gordon, Director of Advanced Underwriting Services for M utual Penefit Life Insurance Co., will discus?! The Buy-Sell Agree ment in Corporate Planning. He will he followed by Harold Kamens, Newark Tax Attorney, who will speak on "New. Ap ^roaches to Employee Benefit Plans." Ralph M. Leeser. ad- \anced underwriter consultant for Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.. will talk on "HR-10 and Tax Sheltered Annuities." Porter E. Harttnan. p artn er in the law firm of Harrison, Hartman X- MaeDonald of Ridgewood. will discuss "Personal Estate Planning." LaVerne L. Brill. Assistant Vice President and Trust Of ficer of Peoples Trust Co.. will speak on 'Unter Vivos Trusts Revocable or Irrevocable?" The program will be concluded with a discussion on "V aluation of Business Assets for E s tate Tax Purposes," presented hy John A. Becht. CPA and m em ber of Hie accounting firm o' Edwin T-. Boyle of Haeken sack. The group will he welcomed by Edw ard A. Jesscr. J r. President of Peoples Trust, and John A. Duncan, Jr., President. Paioic-B ergen Association»f Life Underwriters. followed al the Rutherford Woman's Club. Continental The bri(l,.'>sister, M rs..larry Hoffman, was m atron of honor. The groom s gisi-r, Miss Shared Richmond, was bridesmaid. William H. Richmond, fathw of the groom, w l* best rnu'i, Urfierg were Ut brides brother, Robert A. Vigilant, and i i ' 1(other-in-law, Larry Hoffm i i The bride linen tian lace with a mantilla. She carried a c asca d of white Pompoms. Bridal attendants wore co ordinated gowns, in peach 'color for the matron of green for the bridesmaid. Th;y.vore m atching headpieces and carried bouquets of matchi:).; pompoms, ' The couple, are on a wedding tiip to Florida. They will live in Sarasota. Mrs. Richmand was employed by Jam es E. Wordiev, inc.. P ark Ave.. Rutherford. Mr Richmond is with the Florid i Power and Light Co at Sara Sola. LUCILLE RUSSELLO SURROGATE B E R G E N C O U N T Y Vote Dem ocratic N ov. 7 Travel Aftcney W e a dvise early reservations for n*w 39,ui tan Arleno C astles!s SHower G uest Miss Arlene Castles, daughter o! M,i -and Mr Charles Cast! ' - of r-1 '1 K.;: ' A- w'i. jut-st honor oir Saturday eveqir.'?.-at a. surprise' bridal shower jiven ijy her forthcoming bridal at tfflfnlanls a the home of M > s. Michael Hianrulli ol Forest Ave. lfostessei weir- Mi 3 l.ucillr C.!- fill o Carlstadt, who will lie maul of honor 1at th<- wedding, Miss Jam-. ki/olo ol Tot,;wa a p i K f f r ntf(ne.it11i. both cousins if the hridi, who will I)'* bridesmaids, Miss' Cables will he'-rimfv'tw' bride ol Carinen Covelio, won-of M i. and Mrs. Joseph Cov llo ol Montclair, on Oeior-r -1st:,'»: a cerem ony to be porlornvd at Our Lady ol Mt. Carmel Church in M jiitelah. The rei-m'pti. n w ill lie held at the Cotta,;': Inn, Lodi. Anthony Core)}*? will be best man for his brother. Two other bro hrs, Nunzio and.salvatore Cdvello, will lie ushers. Tho couple plan a honeymoon at Miami Hfcich, Fla. They v.ill live in Nutley. Miss Castles i.-, a graduate of Lyndhurst: High School and att -ndfld- Fairleigh Dickinson UJuvSFSTiy Sir? IS rtu. Internal tonal Telephone T13E COMMERCIAL LEADER AND SOUTH RERGEN REVIEW tended Union' Junior College- ai Mr. aivl Mrs. Karl Schellenberg Ctanl'ord. He is With '.he M ont- "!' xi -I)ivi'i,,ij. AVe., Garfield, clair Post Office,. J v " T h. -! ik M, s"'1 ot M r- / nd Other guests at, the shower in-f M.rs- V».sley 'Ih o rn, HS him St., eluded Mrs. Charles Moare. ;!.yrdlutrst. C edar Grove- Mrs. Nunzio IX'-* KolW.uiu' a honeymoon in yl!o, Morristown; Mrs. An- I V ega* Nev.r afid Phoenix, th. ny Covelio, Bloomfield: Mrs. Atix., I fey will reside in, Gnr- Fi ank, Pace, Montclair, Mrs. k. v.-ivatisiv Coycllo, East Pater 1in Mrs. ^auis Sznopek. Kear- C o u r i" C o c e l i d nv; Mrs. M iry Schmwcek, Rochelle Park; Mrs. Helen Rizol?, Totowa; h- M sses C atrii:n W c - ii.-.c] Is H eld I h annual Communion Mass Diamond o! Brlleville and Glor.i Dir.icr oi :he Cath'jli,o ii. Koenig i.: Newank: and Miss Diug-hters of America, Court Susan Castles, Mrs. C h a rle s f.iri N i: M l' -ot Keany, will a sties. Mrs. Harry Albrecht and Mrs. J.oh. t Rubertone of 1 yndhurifi W ill'am Thorn : i' i id on Tuesday evening, Oc- ' l>e.i' 17. Co-chairmen of the af lair are- Mis. Louis. Ccnti and Mrs. Leonard Balducci, Jr. Tho*-eVenin-; Mass will be cel f hrated at 7 :'10 o'clock at Saint lion Seminary in Darlington. Faiiie r Sh.ul/ki's motliei' w ill' be presrm at ill". MS anit-diimer Hf.id is a very -SW ive m em ber Of th e' Ca Malic Caught ers'of Amerjca, 0>ur Cecilia No A mu.ical pi-ogram will be presrnk tl iiy. tlic guest Solois for - t'v evenin ', Mrs. Joseph Battisla,. of Kearny, who studied a: Carnegie ami Stenway Halls..New Yrrk City. Mrs. Bu tistn h as'p erfo rm ed o.i rad'.';, done c'ub wof.c< in New Y:: : an, New Je rse y ' and n- e-enuy <n- ;< rtains at m any local church club, hospital arul social fu.u fiofts. Father John Tracy, the Courl M oderator and Chaplain, wil celebrate the mass and attenc the dinner. Various members and repre s e n la t iv e s of hr State Court w il Tatas Bride Stephen Church, Kearny Ave., also be in. attendance at hot. ' M rs.'' PeaiT*Vere'f>esr"Sf' Gai*- Kcjirny, with dinner immediato- (he mass and dinner. field and William G. Thom of 1» following a; the Club-Marconi, Lyndhurst, were m arried on 151 Midland Ave., Kearhy. Mrs., r S a t u r d a y Saturday, Oct. 7th, a t'a c i v 'il Conley is in charge of '- a K e ia ie ^ a T U r a a y ceremony performed by M ayor, the dinner arrangements. The North Arlington.Junior Vincent Rigolosi of Garfieid al The guest speaker will be Fa- Woman s Club will hold a cake the home of Mr. Thom 's par- tiier Heinrich Sohulzki. S.T.B., t-alc Saturday beginning at ID erts, r! Saint Luke Church, Hohokus. a.m. at Green's Acme, Ridge Mrs. Roy Salley, sister of the Father Schldzki. son of Mr. and Road. Proceeds "ill aid all groom, w as matron of honor Mrs. A. J. Schulzki, Devon St., club departments in their individual and Miss Kim Salley, niece of Kearny, is a form er parishioner diarities. tbr '/room was flower girl. War- n Saint Stephen Chujrch. He is a ren Hoick was best man. A re- j/radufrte of Seton Hall Prepara-. -ptioti was held at The" Holster, i ry Schof'h Seton Hall Univer- and Ti-li-gj a )b Co. >; Niilley. Her fiance is a graduate of Wayne. sity with a Bachelor of Arts de- Montclair High School and at Mrs. Thom is the daughter df grete and Im maculate Concep Shop Locally PAGE ELEVEN G overnor R ich ari Hughes greets Lucille Russello, N orth A rlington attorney, candiriadte for surrogate of B ergen Coijlity., New Baby In Town. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Sailer of Roxbury are the parents of a hew son, Daniel, born Sept. 18 a. St. M ary's Hospital, Passaic. They h a re two other s o n s. Dale ' and David. PERSONAL "Single? Widowedt D'vorced? ' Find happiness by meeting someone new For a FREE confidential interview call INTRODUCTIONS UNLIMITED 33 Ridfle Rd. Mo, Arlington, I9er«use h*r il?«, sr>«*d *nd lavish fat i h t make her to ideal foi w m tei tru ism g in the Caribbean, there will be great dem and for sp ace on the tith m mid awignod x clu tiv ely for cr ji* "» e The e a r liir you «e«ill, the surer you will be o f enjoying * mem orable vacation on thit g reat ship! i built in 1965 WINTER CRUISES TOTHE WEST INDIES &SOUTH AMERICA the only ship with retractable Magrodome roof over Lido Deck! to Easier; SAFETY INFORMATION: Tl Oceanic, regi'.tcied in Fanarr meets International Safety ards for new ships developed m o. 227 Stuyvesant Ave. 10 Ridge Rd. Lyndhurst Ho. Arlington

12 #r W$e(l Fer Safety Course RUTHERFORD N. Oc,. 2 o'.jo air-conditioned 1968 Plyntou h which'will bp u e d far Drivsr Edueation classes was prcsmmod. to Lyndhurst 11 fai School today by Park Motors. 1 ( 0 Orient Way. Rittherford. as part of Chrysler Corporation's pri. rratr. to provide Driver Edi)- ca-'.n cars at no cost 'to quali N E W s By the Navigator Staff Membersihip Chaiitriim Rich ard Caslcf w^s well pleased out at our Council last night, tt+itn oilr "Open House" program was helil under his direc tion. Many of t^e State Officers u c re in attendance, and thc program, which featured " th e Papal Chailcnge" film was well re ccived. P.G.^. Jam es Gallagher was M aster of Ceremonies and pgrfonned" this usual fine job. Following the program, a Buffet was served to all in attendance. Thia coming Saturday, our A nnual, Columbus Day Dinnerwill be hphl, and "PJS&. P at Mizeski and Corporation President Dan Coronato will be honored. Chairman. Richard Mnrsch announced that t l c ket sales have closed, and the affair will prove to be a fine social and financial success. On October 22nd, our Council will engage dis local Masonic Order in the 3rd meeting of the Mason-knighfs Softball gam e, to be field at Bergen County Park, Valley Brook Avenue and River Road. Following. tihe game, v hich takes place at 2:00 p.m., nl> are invited to the Masonic Club for an afternoon of congenial conversation and fine fgod. Recorder Sta Golembc.-tki is the Chairman of this softball Kamo. Inside Guard Richard Albeeker is well ot) the way tow;i: ts putting finishing touches on the Quarterly Corporate Cpmrnimion, to be M d on Sunday, Oc;. 26th,- at Sacred H eart Church, at. the 7:30 a.m. \fciss, Following the Mass, all brother K.lights and their families and friends are onyeci to-ret urn to tthf Council H a i, for a breakfast o f ham and eggs, rolls and, coffee, all for only 50 cents per perso.i. Hill he Served any style. This is Upj^irst; i(8»eouj- Council has lisa Mich a breakfast for 8 Cwpurata Com niuniori, and V O U trturn-out will determine M o * Organ iig Sound of Today Lcprqst Brices Anywhert MUSIC TIME inc. Call Rent o NfrW Olympia precision-built portable 3 #9r only <7,tl pe^qonut tnin. 3 months) JWl lhe 3 months reetat tifrfee applied to purchase ph ~t If ftou should decide te buy! Convenient terms arranged... tdeaf for heme, school or office B E R G E N \ TYrptv PEW R ITER SERVICE Stationary New Used Tj pewnlere Adtfina Ma:!-.,rn Sale, - Service. Renta I a 253 Mata S t. Hackeaack, H. J. Oi * 53eo fied schools. sters reach driving age, all-out The car w as delivered to the corporation is needed to supply schcol by Ted Fcrfrecy, President of Park Motors, and keys continue arid expand this train- the growing needs for cars to w ere presented to. Mr. Jirown. In making the presentation. Mr. if future Corporate Communion' breakfast will be held in a simi-j lar manner. Holy Xante X e w s Forhecy said. Driver Education is one of the best investm ents 'M s nation can make in highway safety. As m ore youngtrg. We at Park Motors a r e proud to be participating in such a worthwhile program. Students will drive a 19K8 Plymouth equipped with all standard safety features. ' Mr. Mark Binstein gave (tie background of the new league and the New Jersey Amcriiears, and'all in attendance were well pleased with the talk. Mr. Jam es P. Gallagher was Master of Ceremonies, and is also the coordinator for the N. J. Americans. President Charles Adamo, announced that there will be a program every month, following the monthly meeting of the Holy Name, which meets on the sec end Sunday of every month, fallowing the 7:30 a.m. Mass. All many w ays that the men of this [mil take ah effective part in the many char ;cs now Uv'4ns place. co, mai V f s lime undtial' now - secor,d Sunday of every month, following th? 7.30 a.m. Mass, the Holy Name will m eet ii the eafetcria, for a light! roa'c^ast (no change I followed by a fcfrief but interesting program. G old en Age G lub The Lyndhurst Golden Age Ch. o will hold a meeting on O -- tofcer lslii al the Ma :nic Club iin.icp cn n v r Hind. The but; will, make its uju :1 stop; io tik e folks to thc meeting.. Charles F o r1 ir president. ' Leader C lassified A d s Bring Results TOWNSHIP OF LYNDHURST NOTICE TO WATER MAIN CONTRACTOR'S Sealed bids will b» r'eceived by the Board of Commissioners of the Tewnship of Lyndhurst, New J e r sey, in the Councff Reom, Town Hall, Valley Brook Ave., Lyndhurst, Nfew Jersey until 8:00 p.m. rrevailing tim*, Monday, November 6, 1967 fftr th* installation of water mains and appurtenances to. be la d ir (1) Orient W.»y 'r o n lust south of Marin Avenue to Page Avenue; thence along Pane Avenue southeasterly to Schuvl'r Avenue;.- thecife alono Schuyler Avenue southerly 1305 feet, m ^re or less, and (2) beginning at the intersection of Jauncey Ave. and Riverside Avenue and running southeasterly in Jauftcfy Avenue. 80 feet, more or less, and (3) b e ginning at the intersection of Jauncey" Avenue and S xth Street and running southeasterly in Jiiuncey Avenue, 410 feet, more or less, to the intersection of Fifth Street, all in the Township of Lyndhurst, New Jersey. A Surety statement shall alsc accompany" each bid. Bids must be submitted in a properly sealed envelope bearing on the outside front the name of bidder and nature of bid contained therein and accompanied by a c e r tified chock in 10% of the bid total, drawn to the order of the Township of Lyndhurst. By ROBERT F. FRANK L ast Sunday, the Sacred Heart Holy Name held its annual monthly meeting. The guest speaker was Mark Binstein, Executive General Business Mana g e r for the New Jersey Americans, one of the team s in the new American Basketball Asso before 5:00 P.M., Friday, Ncvemprograms, will be of interest to ber 3, 1967.,.. Thu The Rnn Board 1 of Commissioners re the men, and while our meettrigs have been m ore interesting formalities or to re;ect anv or all serves the right to waive any in bids and to accept that one which of late, and our turnout improv- in its Judgment, best serves its interestciation, now housed at the Tea- -jjing, there a re still m any men By Order of the tieck Armary. Along with Mr. S who do not make these monthly BOARD OF COMMISSIONER'S. Fred O. Taub Einstein were two of the play- meetings. President Adamo advised that this is- only one of FEES: Township Clerk ers, Walt Simon and Ja y Neary. Dated: October 12, 1967 $12.00 ELECTRIC We re As Near As Your Telephone R e a d y - R e fe r e n c e B u s in e s s D ir e c to r y For Goods and Services You Need When You Need Them! V S A A A / V V V W V V V V W V V A lterations # V W A / \ A A # W W S ^ W W V V A. TURIELLO & SON Complete Home I mprovertients Additions - Dormers Oarages - Finished Basemsnti and Attics Kitchens Modernized Aluminum Siding A Roofing Aluminum Do'crs Windows 414 Forest Ave. Lyndhurst G E n eva LaCORTE BROS. SIDING - ALTERATIONS ADDITIONS ALL TYPES OF PORCH ENCLOSURES WINDOWS & DOORS WE INSTALL DuPont Vinyt Coated Aluminum Siding Lifetime Guarantee CALL WE WE Estim ates Given Arthur Heller, Jr., 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. A rthur Heller, Sr.,.30, Riverside Ave-j Lyndhurst, enlisted in the Navy in September to serve for four y ears. He is undergoing basic training at U. S.. Naval Training Center, G reat Lakes, 111. He graduated from Lyndhurst High Specifications are obtainable i t School in June, the office of the Township Engineer, Michael Neglia, 46 Chestnut Street, Rutherford, New Jersey, upon paym ent of the cost cf p re paration, during office hours on or Michael C. M urray, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. M urray, 619 Chase Ave., Lyndhurst, enlisted ir the Navy in September to serve for four years. He is undergoing basic training at U. S. Naval Training Center. Great Lakes, 111. He graduated from Lyndhurst High School in June, IF Y O U A R E P L A N N IN G T O BU ILD, B U Y O R R EM O D EL, C A L L A N Y O N E O F T H E C O N LIVING GUIDE "BUT I WOULDN'T WANT TO LIVE HERE "Harold took the picture... "And that's me waving from tlie turret,.. wish we could have stayed another week. Sure would hate to be there in the winter, though. Yes. castles in Bavaria a re nice to look at...but comes the cold weather, this American couple demands the kind of really royal living they can only find a t hotrs? in their electrically heated Cape Cod. For Americans m ay take comfort for granted, but they don t take it lightly. A utility man explains it this way: Once we find somethin;; better is on th e market, none of us is going to pay just a s much for something lesser that costs the same. And electric heating is competiviely priced operation-wise. And often lower cost to install than, Qtdcr type systems. "In the long run, of coifrse, a n fleetsic boating system w ill really prove itself the greater bargain for it outlfcsts thc olde r types by a long shot. And, J O N E S E L E C T R IC C O M P A N Y Lie. * E. Rutherford GE A. C H A S A R & SO N lectrleal Contractor L y a i iv s t Lie. #1SI. tss GE 8-4SS5 you know, there s good chance it m ay never need servicing. "But the main thing is the pleasant, even, dependable heat. Back in the early days of electric heating when it was luxury priced the demand for it outstripped every predietiu:t those qf us closer to the industry had m ade." According to the Livjj Better Electrically Program of the Edison Electric Institute, there were approximately 300,- 000 electrically heated homes in the United States eight years ago. By now. it appears that the figure by 1980 will be 29 million. How did it happen? According to the Institute: "The demand can be traced to the chain reaction, star led by each homeowner who discovers the cleanliness and com fort o. an electrically heated hom?... he makes his satisfaction known to friends, relatives, all who visit his house. One visit is usually enough t o convince' anyone he is missing a lot without electrical healing." D EV O N E L E C T R IC IN C. lactrtcal engineer* Lla. «t «B elleville 7 S IM 4 4 S. J. P A L U M B O Metrical Ceatrartf, GE s-asu T R A C T O R S LISTED B E LO W. H E 'L L G IV E Y O U A L L TH E F A C T S O N T O T A L E L E C T R is H O M E H E A T IN G. QUESTION BOX Q. I ve heard a great deil of insulation is necessary with an electrically heated house. Can you give me some idea how much greater the percentage is than ffor a house heated some other way A. Well, let s get something straight right away. The insulation ia for your comfort you're not going to affect the poor insulation, You re Just going to waste some perfectly "rod heat that yeu could be enjoying. And «lectric svstems deliver more heat than any of the older types. The maximum, in fact, 100%. AS a matter of fact, with poor insulaticn you d be wasting some of the output of any Kind of heating system. The reasoh you h«*r insulation in connection with electric heating is that th«industry is interested in your getting the most comfort and long range economy from your efectric heating tyiifm. So they undtrtoo a long rangs consumer information program... A t to how much insulation your house should have, th at s tn individual affair, and daponds on how deficient it might be now. Could be a lot or a little. But of course, the sooner it s upgraded the better you are in the long nm. ftuitding ecats escalate, so the sooner you do the work, the less the cost D O N W IL G U S Metrical Centr«gtee.. u*. «io « No. Arlington HU 2-878S B A U ER E L E C T R IC K a «y CC0 Volt Installed. Bonded Lla. ««WY MS* _ L A R S O N 'S E L E C T R IC S E R V IC E Residential Commercial Industrial Wiring Electric Heating Insured - Bonded 24 Hr. Service Lie. #599 BeDevQl* PL 9-92S2 M Y LES E L E C T R IC 4 H aur fm e.»enoy Sarelea Ktaray Lie #TSO-7S1 WY 1-U7< E A R L E E L E C T R IC a i trtaal Centraater No. Arlington G R O S S O E L E C T R IC imtrlul Centraater Lfe. M i s Ljrndhnrst GE B E L L O E L E C T R IC S E R V IC E Lie. Nutley NO A T O M E L E C T R IC llectrkel Centraater i Henry nackue a Pete rilleeane LI*. *1MT E. Rutherford 9JJ-I752 9S8-4S99 A s p h a l t P a v in g to r Estimates On Guaranteed Hot Asphalt Driveways, Parking Areas, Playgrounds, etc. Call NO 7-UOJ Joesph L. Petreha Nutley Contractor (Since 1929) C A R D & G IF T y V W V W S A A A A /W S A A A A Medallion 17 Schuyler Avenue No. Arlington, N. J. ILL Hallmark Cards Crystal Ikors Milk Glass AA/SAAAAAA<VW VSAAAA Carpenters & Builders S O P K O BROS. C O N S T. C O. Alteration* and Repairs Dormers and Additions Roofing and Siding DAYS EVES Hom e-owners Repairs On Roofing, Siding, Gutters and Leaders Our Specialty Twenty Years Experience. For Prompt Service Call Day or Night V W V W V W W ^ V S A A /V W D ecorator In a dilemma about your WALL ARRANGEMENT? cait o r see W H O NALD for your ANTIQUES and DECORATING ADVICE 33 Ridge Rd., N. Arlington Electricians AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi G i.f M I X # # 0 M S I'-1 * «I I I 1! ' CA LL FO R A FR L fcsfdlate ON A NKW i v o l t 3 w i r e SERVICE TODAY GE A. C h a s a r & s o n ELECTRICIANS M3 Siuvvcvdfil \,,iutibu>*4 a a a a a a a / v w w s a ^ Floor Service CARPET LINOLEUM WALL COVERING Tiles - L Y N D H U R ST F L O O R C O V ERIN G ED SUDOL 656 RIDGE RD GE Phone J. FER R IE I SO N FLOOR WAXING INDUSTRIAL A HOMES Janitorial Service 308 Watson Avenue Lyndhurst, N. J. Music Instruction A A A A A *» ««> A - C -»V U \A. Piano - Organ Accordion A unique m ethod crested for yonr enjoym ent by VICTOR 'FRANGIPANE Composer and Arranger for Cleff - Century - Herttarf* and Schubert Music Co. of New York City. ADULTS may also apply fet occasional lessens st CAU O il Burners i'lto n e W Ytnaii Weltz Fuel Oil 'It. B U R N ER S F U E L O il Complete Automatic Oil Heating Installations Oil Burner Efficiency Our Specialty S*1 Prospect Ave, No. Arlington Painting A-ONE PAINTERS DUTCH BOY SHERWIN WILLIAMS & DUPONT Extesrior Specialists In terior Specialists UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES For Quality Work Sign lip Now and Save Money 1 Fam ily $150 2 Fam ily $250 3 Fam ily $350 ALSO ALUMINUM SIDING (ALCOA) ROOFING, GUTTERS & LEADERS A t Reasonable Prices FU LLY INSURED Satisfaction Guaranteed Licensed Contractor,. No Down Payment. Time Payments Available Lyndhurst Decorators Interior - Exterior No Job Too SmaU Fully Insured Free Estimates CALL W E B ER N IE H U G H E S Painting Paper Hanging and D ecoratina FREE ESTIMATES Beech Street Kearny, N. J. Photographers COLOR CANDID WEDDING 875. Over NHe K Chrome Processing by Kodak, 6 hr. BfcW Film Service Passport Photos Photostats While UWait Direct Pboto, 21 Kearny Ave, / w w v w w w v w w w \ a a I Plumbing D o -It-Y o u rs e lf Plumbing Heating Electrical Supplies Sinks, Bath Tubs, Toilets, Basins, Gas Ranges, A Electrical Supplies. Bathroom Vanities made to order. Pipes Cut A Threaded To Order East Rutherford Supply Company Psterson Ave. E. Kstherford WS 3-1M0-14 Refrigerator Service ^ W N A A /W V A A A A A A A A / O N A L L M A K ES T. J. N a u lty 10 A m es A venue _ R u th e rfo rd, N ; Jf. P hone: W Ebntcr 9-6^22 T. V. Service JOHN'S Radio & T.V, Service ' C o lo r & B. A W. 309 Chare A ve, L yndhurst j T V SERVICE A A A A ^ A A A A A A ^ W V ^ A Television Service A D M and S eie s I R M Color Portables Fristilc - D egerdon 269 Ridge Rd. North Arlington Statewide TV 311 Kearnv Ave., Kearny COLOR SPECIALISTS WY HOUR SERVICE Seven Days a W ees TV RENTAL* SERVICE CALLS PFEIFER S RADIO - TV SERVICE Color & B & W Call Anytime Tile C o n tracto r W A ^ V W ^ A A A / V ^ ^ A / V Modernizing & Repairs Neat, Efficient & Guaranteed Also Shower Enclosures Free Estimate 25 Years in Business John Forto A nytim e NO 7-0Z53 Vacuum Service «AAA/NAAAAAAAArVSAA<V\ V a c uum * W ashing M achine B R I G H T O N Vacuum Exchange 555 Valley Brook Ave. GE Vacuum - Washing Machine Repair end Service Authorized Maytag Sales & Service ~ >W E U ^ R ^ N G V% W A T E R Lower Price* Financing WELL DRILLING N. J. State Licensed For Best Results! The LEADER Classifieds ARMYRESERVE

13 m U H S D A Y,.O C T D U K tt 1 2, l Ji6.7 1'liE LOMMKKII Al. - I.. I I V I I GK SALE: 19,-, TV.ii.lt Wildcat. I ilr.hiar.uo i, Low ntl!oago,4inniartilulc,.!)..!) i t,7 ). A n, tint--. MM> loi.'o o liis m o d ile : <ir. ii<ju>i>. Ah $ n x waimiii. to 12 I OR SALE: 19.',11 < li;v. station Wilgllli, 9 "tn,. Automatic, HI10 W lircs. Very (MMi I condition. Extra wheels. ( ill»;i9-ii«9ll tiller 5 P.M. NVi fi Mi; Mitlv.'! Roadster, N ew pn'llt, Inn, cvct-hclil imtlulon. I toll»tl9.4»8t! between ti mill H I '.M. io n r r Al t o p a r t s I Olt SAM), I setl Parts fur 19, (1 Chevrolet, Battery Carlin- ".lor, ITres itioiuitffl on wheels, fir. Call H K!> S!SINK S R P P O R T I;\rni.s kpa r e t im e i N ( w ; liefilling anil col Sect In money from NEW TYPE liitjli quality coin o icrtted dispensers in this area. No s.- llin;;. Tu quality vim iiiiisi have ear, refercnees, $<i!m to '!,1)0(1 cash. Sevfii to twelve hours weekly can Bei excellent monthly income. MORE FELL TIME. For >er gonal Interview write P.O. BOX 4185, PITl'SBI BGII, PA Include t'hoiie nunilier. INCOME SPARE TIME S c selling. Beiill and collect Konev from New Type coin up- wated dispensers in this area. Kast iiavn car, references, $550 to $850 cash. Ten hours weekly etui net exceilem incojne. More time van result a moro m jney. i o r personal Interview, write CO-REP., INC., 10 CALI FORNIA AVE., PITTSBURGH, PA Include phone nuinte*. SPARK TIME INCOME Refilling and <allotting money from NEW TYPE high quality coin operated dispensers ill tlils area. No selling. To qualify you must have car, references, $600 to $2,9011 cash. Seven tn twelve hours weekly can net excellent monthly income. More full time. -For - nermtnnt -interview write P.O. BOX -IiSj, PITTSBURGH, PA Include phone number CHILD CARE LOI.LY pop nursery, ages 3-5, full or part time. Individual care, supervised rec. Open all year. Licensed FOR lir.nt NORTH ARLINGTON, office pace, on Ridge Road. Call GE I-X7IMI. XF LY XDHURST: Ijarge Basement apt. rooms furnished. All utilities. * Call afler 5 I'.M APARTMENT FOR KENT NORTH ARLINGTON: 5 room apiirlnieiit, lint ll'.ior, heat sttp. plied, $135 Call 991-3(15: FITRNISIIKD room with private btllli and entrance, (ientlemnn preferred, ( ail tiller (I P.M. WE.2 I3tw NORTH fr U M iw R i l,nvely I room aiiiirtioenl. Just painted. -AvaH i -Nm-.-tt H i'jt t Hot wttn»r siippli, il, $105. Adults only.!i9i 45*^ l.ynlhhijst: Four roumt. Iiim* > Iml wiilcr. Motion! kif«*h«mi \ Im»*H. WE M275I iifii'r! V M I VNmit ltsl hmiislitml room. l-iirj;«* uilh private tmilrmh***. 4 m;i 11 (inly. ('onveniont. ConvenNtl. Call TK IVMMHIiST: '» rixxiis, Anil itlile lor offli*<*. Ileut mi >»lic<l. s.ih-wm ): m ititiro K«i. i ti t f NORTH AlilJNOtON: A toom * -Jml floor ailtdln preferred. Near IruriM. and slor«*«. Available im* iiiuiualelv. Newlv decorated. No H*ls. \X\ 8H I»7. Ml-1? tllllf F room ant. 2 aireontfl* Il'HtfiN. HillW supplied Near all hits fnms..na' & "Newark. N>%v. \\ ailable Nov. 1W9-I«7» 10-.%TF ii k l p ~w \ h r r i r r w \ u i ~ LABORATORY TECHNICIAN Qprpr fl Jab work. Oil Jfiaf tl hr «p tai exner ence nec^isary. Ftifi r>rod taliiry and e*tceh^nt j nefits. Contact P*^r*nnnel Ofpt, W e s t H u d s o n HOSPITAL STENOS TYPSSTS WITH C R WITHOUT EXPERIENCE You nre invitfd to investigate t e..e fine opportun.tien in wur: In'emationaf Dept, in Newark Textile Dept, irr.harc-fion S;ii.p:no A Rer.eivnn Dept, in North Arlington Administrative Dept, in Carlstadt Salaries are according to experience and we offer all major benefits. CALL MR. J. W. BRYANT 4E Ext. 338 NOPCO CHEMICAL COMPANY Division of Diamond Alkali Co. 60 Park Place, Newark, N. J. An equal opportunity employer {m /i) DOES BACK TO SCHOOL MEAN BACK TO WORK? Register now for TEMPOR ARY office work with WESTERN GIRL, the area s finest temporary office help scrvice. TYPISTS BOOKKEEPER KEYPUNCH STENOS SEC VS N PBX Assignments can often be arranged to suit yonr own schedule, in offices close to your home. Recent experience is not essential. NO FEE CAR HELPFUL WESTERN GIRL 20 Banta PI. Hackensack Park PI. Newark Ridge Rd. No. Arlington MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTIONS IN YOUR HOME: TYPE medical reports from dictating machine. Must be experienced. Work brought to your home daily. Send resume using your typewriter to Commercial Leader 251 Ridge Rd., lyndhurst, N. J. Box WAITRESSES,7 no experience necessary. Day and evening shifts available. Meals 4 uniforms provided. Fringe benefits include paid vacation & hospitalization. Apply Howard Johnson, 875 Paterson Plank Road, (Route 3), Secaueus, N. J YOUNG women wanted for light factory work, m> experience necessary. Bollenbacli Knitting.Mill, 10 Park Ave.. Lyndhurst AVON SALES: II O I S E W I V E S NEEDED, MARETIMK. N o experience required, big commissions, free beauty class, easy dignified work near home, selling popular Rift cosmetics by AVON. DI z z r to-lt SUBSTITUTE.Grandmother to live witli family and help mother cure lor children. Own rosmi, salary. 9»8-3« TF I OI NTKR Kiri wanted. Full r part 11 inc. Apply Kingsland Din er, 750 Page Aye., Lyndhtirst HOLIDAY EXPENSES COMING UP! It's time to start thinking about eanrinf extra monev. LET S 60! GO! Stenos, Typists, Clerks, Machine Operators, Bookkeepers, Dictaphone Operators, etc. R egister Now No Fee Good Rates THE JONES GIRLS 232 Belleville Pike Keanry, New Jersey X0 Ask About Our Bonus Plan ' WAITRESS or grlu girl, (iood Horn*. (Iood pay. Call or phone. («E Terry s Coiy Corner, 2M Kltlge Roatl, Lyndhurst HELP WANTED MALE PLL'MJBER MECHANIC. Ml time. Call TF PART lime porter handy man wanted by small plant. Fir viable hours Musi have own ear. Write TWO men retired, Iml active to collate, stamp, tie new.paper-, every Thursday afternoon. ( all # TK AU, round nrln'er an.i pressmall. Steady. Cali -JSH-H.o). 9 2 Tl YOUNG men, machine 0 tcrotors,.midnight to 8 A.M. No ex. perlence necessary, clean light work. Complete benefits. Apply Gar ray Plasties, 307 Bergen Ave., Kearny, N..1. io-5 HANDYMAN for reliable trucking terminal, drivers licen *e, il to II P.M. Full benefits. C a l l Mr. Bcckllusen _...'T YOlJNIi men wanted for light factory work, no experience noeessary. Bollenback Knitting Mill, 40 Park Ave., Lyndhurst IMMEDIATE openings for news paper routes in Kulherford, E. Rutherford, Wellington, Carl-, stadt, Moonaehie, Hasbrouck Heights. Weekly profits. Cash prizes, trips and prizes. Call , , , WATCHMEN for oil company, North Newark. 1 2 hours, 6 P.M. t«0 A.M. Every other night. Home telephone work. Perm a nent position with good working conditions and benefits, Send eneame to Q, Petroleum, 101 Riverside Ave., Newark, N. i. DRUG CUQRN: Part-time week- <lajs. Must drive. Eitz Pharmacy PARKING CASHIERS $1.70 PER HOUR I'ART TIME for first class inside parking operation In downtown Newark. Monday through f*iday. 7:80 A.M. to 1* No«n. Must drive, be neat In appearaiiee. All benefits paid. Send phone number and resume to Box 254, Commercial Leader, 251 Ridge Rd., Lyndhurst, N. J. COOK Experience required. Full time. Good salary and excellent benefit*. C o n ta ct P e rso n n el P cp t WEST HUDSON HOSPITAL 206 Bergen Ave., Kearny, N. J. UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITIES HOMELITE has vacancies for these fulltime positions. SHIPPING CLERK Varied responsibilities in both receiving and sliipping. Experienced or beginner considered. CLERK For taking orders over the telephone. Male or female. Must have good telephone personality. Call for interview. i UNSKI1LED labor over 18 vrs. of age. 40 hour week. Nighls, Sundays, hnudays. High hourly rate. High enmiminy benefits..newark urea. Commercial Lcadfr^ B a x KhWe Knntl. Lyndhursi, N. j, DELIVERY stock d erk, 5 days. No mites or weekends. Must Ihreliable. Levy * Pharmacy ALUMINUM Hilling helper. E \ perlencetl. Steady work. bewfilk after S P.M ~FOK~SALE (IIAIRS RECOVERED from 1.M (while U wait) 334 Essex Street, Lodi, near Route 17 and aext to Texaco Station. Call Mt * *9 *7. BA1JJW1N PIANOS ft Organs, new and used, bought and sold. Mr. Music, Ml Washington PI., ra -s a ^. Open Monday and F riday minings. Free parking TF VAOBTM c l e a n e r s, s s.oo and up. Hoover, G.E., Wrstlnghoune, ate. thal are conditioned ">d gaaraateed. Uprights, can nlrters, aad tanks. Come in today for wide selection. West Es- iwx Vscuiun, 3» Kearny Ave., Kearny. WY TF FOR SAIJC: Ixm-pry portable organ, model T 2 2 Itto key boards, bans pedalu Has m n 5* Box 240 Commercial Leader, l.jmlhurst,, N. 3. wall 2 speaker amplifier Five BOYS wasted Morning or af- months old, miisf sell. Oont teraoon paper route*. Call OE. *1300 want $M8.M. Call 4M2S0I i iiis. T r * 24 TF Macs Brcs. 2D Kitchen Sets EVERY SET MUST* GO TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW STOCK. PRICES DRAS TICALLY REDUCED. 5 PC. SET $39.95 Other Terrific Buys 512 KEARNY AVENUE Ask for Georgia ASSISTANT BUYER IHMl'TY IX.Mi T 1 ;ir< cptiug ci'.iidreu a«years. Rc;;i.lered tin I l)av or ii< 51 SB. SEWING MACHINE repairs and service on alt domestic and imported machines. 18 years experience repairing all makes. Call today for free estimate. Dan Sofman, Kearny ~ 8-10 Tl1' Safely G.E. AUTOMATIC Hashing ma chine. GimkI cond., 8 years old MANTEL, electric logs. Antiirons 4 fire set $ NEW 6fi in. while cabinc) sink, double drain lm>ards, double tuhs 1? In. table saw with 20 assorted blades. 8 squares red cedar shingles with backer course MALE FEMALE FEM ALE NO FEE Clerk Typist Secretary 106 Teletype to 110 ekly rales? MUSIC LESSONS.*eG6 RMON musi:' lessons given III HIV home, ('all INTERIOR, exterior painting. First class work. Fully insured. Cull t f PAINTING S DECORATING* INTERIOR & Exterior. Also wi pcr-hanging. Pattern b o o k s mailnlile TF PERSONAL l.osk WEIGHT With Dex-A-Dief Tablets ONLY 98c At EDI.I.N'S PHARMACY 559 Ridge Road, N. Arlington ft i-. ~ ~ SEAGLE PUPPIES LITTLE beauties, AKC. Ed Johnson, filo Riverside Avenue, Lyndhurst, N. J. GE TF FREE FREE FREE FREE I5EAITIIT L kittens, (i weeks old, hntkiiig for loving homes, SANDERS FULL BRED Beagles. 6 weeks old. Call between 0 ft 8 P.M PO d o g o b e d ie n c e c l a sse s OTHER OPENINGS DO(i obedience and show han to 115 1,11,1 K <la* ses. Thursday nights. ' < Ul* f r inr nnatlon be- 75 tivpen 9 and Bookkeeper, FC File Clerk, part time PBX -701 Receptionist Secretary, Exec. 115 Secretary, legal to 12C Sritno-Stcretarv <2 MALE NO FEE Collection Man Chief nspector Accountant Accounting Clerk * Lab Tech, coatings 150 Abrasives Er.aineer r. Design Draftsman, mtl. ftfand! nq QftMtfOliir OTHER OPENINGS iq-* Draftsman, mech 11Q Office Mgr., acctg. b' grnd. 1«fl Typists -100 Technical O erk io i Cashier. 4*12,05 Pronrammpr MORE JOBS Oear Cutter J.bo Heliarc Weld Pipefitter, 3.S1 Blue Print Boy E*> fee pd. Electrician 3.68 Multilith Opr. 110 fee pd. Loaders 2.43 Machinist 3.! 1C - B uses A t C orner - 10 NEW JOB LISTINGS EVERY HOUR DEE OE KEARNY Employment Agency Open Monday Evenings Till 232 Belleville Pike W Y M ALE FEE P A ID Assembly Prod. Fareman Credit Clerk Trainee Draftsman, electro-mech '{ i. &»E«<ar Shipping S^pvar ^e talu rg ist Trnee Prnqram m.r, IBM or Univac,, S.M«yngercQver investigator... Other Positions Dispatcher or Trnee: Airfre.ght Floor W,ixer Trnee (5-Midl po Sales Trnee f,h! roni c Tech Instruments *135 5 PM 2:30 AM Tvp st Trnee 2.50 FEM ALE FEE P A ID Credit Clerk, trn e e no t.en I. O fice PBX Tnee R? F.ictory Trainee i S5 Receptionist: Phone: Tvoe IlC 20 + Secy, Sates Off: nc steno S'lGy, to VP or Leo.'t Maid; Sleer in t Out MORE JOBS Asst to Off. Mgr. t>pe One Gal Office, ro steno Bockkeeper, F* c File or Assembly Clerks Keypunch F T or P T Factory.Pac::^r - 40' * RONALD PIPER *r»rv; r»nert TUI 7 pm S3 Ridge Rd., No. Arlington INSTRCCTItlN MRS. DCNN. gifted reader and adviser. Advice on all problems of life card reading. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Call , I r r w i City, established S years. TF LOST ANI> FOt Nl) PARAKEET, blue ( hipp. r Chlhrs nr*. Rpunrtl. Wril, I*; fjold HI.. North Arlington. H \ K»l.1. in I he Leader will publish Rummage Sale items 2 weeks w ithout r Y.it a p. If you do not sell, you owe nothing. If you sell, you owe u s $1.50. All items must be written by you and received in our offices by Monday noon week of publication. L im it 2 item s, value under $100. No a u to motive, boat o r pets. P lease give name and address with releases. ' PAINTING PAINTING no jobs too small (IIAIRS, dishes, fans, sewing free estimates. W. Carr. titj.2 machine, gas healer, ; rfect XF c'-ulition, 311 Valle Ave. nner), 2 family..wise, 1 st floor REAL ESTATE FOK SALE CON FE( TION ERY Prime location. Call S T O R E. Reasonable TF ' rtrtii ARLINGTON: Cape ( 0 1!. >Iot!ern kitchen and bath. Built-in garti"e r. \ im lav. In basetneiij. SiToctu-d in palio. I'xtras. Asking ' i.i,r,(hi. ( ail 991- lilt SERVICES ROOFING and siding. Aluminum work a specialty., Esti mates cheerfully given.. C a l l 9M8.(VH9 nr TF \ A fll's I CLEANER repairs, S'.'.O.'i plus parts, all makes. Vacuum cleaner naner bai's, 88c per package, Hoses for ail vacuum ir stock. Brushes, belts, attachments, cords, etc. We pick up ami deliver. Wesl Essex Vat uum..159 Kearny Ave., Kearny, WY TF KIRBY VACUUM (leaner re >airs and jarts. (ieneral over haul $2.95 plus parts. Free pickup ami delivery. IS years experience rcoulring Kirby vacuums. Phone WY TF OLD lawns, -gardens, turned over with heavy-duty Rololillcr. ' our peat moss, etc.. luixetl in free. 1,200 set. ft. area (SO' by 40') $ TI- N I \\ SOUND RECORDING «Tl l)io Itiinds, Singers Cali \nvliine. for Information lilt.ii SCHOOL girl ivish^s bcg.'nner oiano students. Call af. ter I P.M JIMMY S BARBER SHOP Stuyvesant Avenue, Lvndhurst 2 TV sels, l portable plus one radio. Phonograph console. $15. each item. Call, after 0 P.M. Fred Helmich, 271 Castle Ter. race WELBUILT gas range 38 (iood condition. Very reasmchle Plione Hollywood lied Ctiinplete With tufted iieadhoard. (iood eondiuon, box spring and trame I year old. Very reasonalile, M DEL MONICO freezer 1.9 cubic leet. Ideal for (Inrden Apt. Call between 0 and 8 P.M LAWN MOWER, Clemfon, 18" it- Needs sharpening and adjusting. $ii.00 Toastmaster sptice heater, thermostatic control, like new. $9.91. Phone, after «P.M LIVING room tables. Light col. oretl formica. WE ONE BUNDY flute, 1 Bundy Clarinet, Reasonable. (Sill after 5 P.M , BILTRITE Coach carriage^' Mcili play oe 11, also other baby items. Ail items are like new VARDS Sateen Ecru never list'd, sti.oo. Zenith comb, TV 19 Phono, I'M Ai AM radio * Needs adjustment. Call WE I'R B A R B E L L an d dnm b- In-o wright.t { u ilh vinyl covere,l tda(o. like- new $]& 2 pair (*Itlt latnn^ snitahie Tor living room and bedroom. S21. for both pair BEDROOM set, very rea«onable (all after 1:00 P.M. 9: KITCHEN set, 4 chairs porcelain top table $15. (toll MODERN walnut double dress- Pi with mlmrr. $ P. T.A. A f e w s WASHINGTON Vickie Holde.i A get-acquaintcd social was h.-lcl Oclobor 4 for new kinder gar ten mothers ftnd mothers vho recently moved into the community. T.ic PTA Slate Convention was held October 1S-20 in Atlantic City'. Delegates reprssentin^ our unit wore Mrs. Ellen Jensen, president; Mrs. Louise Zintel, Mrs. Marie Sabek, and Mrs. Irene Ingram. JEFFERSON Lillian OUkenson Our unit held its annual 1cache 1's' Tea on Monday. Decorations were in keeping with the fail season an arrangement of gold, orange, and rust pompons intermingled with fall leaves ad stalks of wheat. A s. p e c i a 1 lhanks to Lorraine Tremble, hospitality chairman, who served the tea, e-yffeo, and d a i n t y Danish pastry. Our thanks a'io to Dorothy Cedrone, who assisted Mrs. Tremble, and to our school custodians. The tea.was attended by Supt. o; S r taols Paul W. Jones, other s c h o o l administrators, our teachers, class mothers, PTA executives, committee chair- ierijii 'aiid members q [ the B ^ n i ' of Ht'aith. : ; An ex'cutive meet ing w a s iicld October 31 ai 94 Hidden Ter r::ce to complete jilans for upcoming PTA.activities. NORliE Refrlgerulor ui'h Ireczcr. (.001I enndilion. (ie !. The mem bership drive is now 1019 in full swing. Mrs. Barbara Minnelli, 3, AXG! S 0 3 with lealher m embership chairm an, ease, atix. wide tingle lens and reports returns are coming in. finder, toric. No. c filters and Dues are 75 c?nts p?r person c r shade, light meter. $15. Afte- I $1.50 per family. As m em bers of 6:00 P.M H! PTA you w til be doing your bet'jvten parents a:-.:l t)id school Jjtuity. You may nt.v! you: GO cents dircctly ja Mrs. Kslsdft cr tive il to y ear child to brir ; to j school. Help u ; btake Site y ear ttttlj successful one. On October 5, we h?ld our first me; tlr g of the jeisal yvar. Our topic was Our IK tt Sehoat Ca.Vieria and our speaker was Miss Hiddle, who is in charge of the S tater System Whii 1 op: ates the cafetcris ti our se ts >1. This system pperates Hiroughout New* Jersey and has been very successful In thrir business. They plan the tasty menus and keep the prices low. W a l l learned a great deal about a subject we k.tew little aboil. Our thanks to Miss Hemsw.txr h in charge of our cafeteria. The programs have rwt returned on time from the printers so they will be gent home together with the report cards later this month. Please circle this date o.i your calendar Nov. 2 - as this is our Open House Night as v.hi as our meeting. OorgTatulatiom to vjr team on ihex fine victory over Wood- Ridge With only minutes left, Jitn Johnson 1hr<nv a shr:rt pass to Richard Bryan in the end zone for the winning tally. A perfect ending to a beautiful fall day. Bafs 'N Bows By IREN E GAYNOR A* the fall season Ls now upon us, we are still looking far volunteers to assist in the m anaging of the variousteanvi.mothers you are needed and wanted by the girls. Please call M arie Chletsos, , or Fran Vacca, , to volunteer your services. Our meeling is tom orrow in the Club room of K earny Federal Savings Loan As sociation, Ridge Road. Please attend. Our profile this week is the, newest member on Melrose, Ami Sirftonelii. Ann is an 8th grade studet at North Arlington High and excetls in scholastic and she was ^elected as Squad Leader of her team. She ca play a'most any position in both softball and bff%ctbah and Is a rtx luisly Ttwaiting the opening of th(> basketball season. Besides sports, Ann Is a member of the Newark Boys Club mixed swim team, where her specially is the breast stroke. Ann i., alsj i, Cadette GUI Seoul of Tr..,p 103 that recently v ent to l.xpo 67. She lives e>n Moore Piaae with her you-yger sister and tirothcr. Her m oher is a teacher ui Rooeevelt School and her father is a terminal mauatjor for a trucking concern Duri tg th? surmnei-, she assists her uncle in running ms motel m Wildwood. Another uficle, a member of Ihe f a m e d share through local, state, and latlonal membership to Green strength Berets, just retiu-ned MOVING, from duty in Vietnam where h e furniture, en the Parent-Teacher program. was thereby promoted increasing to the educational rank of tintl ends. \'ery reasi.nablt 991- Major. facilities and community re after II A.M " S scurces After for graduation all children. from Jhigh oin TWO heavy needlepoint draperies, custom made of upholstery and we wish her every success.. 'the PTA today! school Ann is going to college, m e t sell bedroom 1 0 u r firjt m m ir.2 of th3 tlesk anti many otitis m ll he held October 17 at 8 p.m. material. Ligh1 grey back grountl. 118 in. wide by 82 inchns at the school. Dr. Clair Romlong &.90" wide bv 82 long. _ mee.chim-psych.ologist,- will -bathe guest speaker. Do you find Drive Carefully Bo'h for $21, it hard to be Hie kind of parent DUNCAN PIIYFE mahogany you w>3*jid like to lie all tho de«m t a w tethlr. (iood eonrtl- tim e? Would you like to talk tion Sll.Ml." over puzzling problems with other parents? Would you like to < ELECTRIC Rflf*ors Tn RoOfl condition. Will sell for S4.VI e;t O.'tOftVt:, OFEICIAI. Cuh Scont onifottli, like neii. Slip 12. shirt, pants, handkerchief, hat, licit. Best Offer S0 after 4 P.M VNOW J1IRES x13 anti single tubelcv* t're same slip. SITUATION WANTED WANTED TO BUT ATTENTION: WE PAY TtlP prices for papers. Brass, Lead. No. I Copper, Bags. Cast Iron, Delivered. Also buyers of steel, hallerles nnd junk cars. J. Res ciniti. 80 (linton Street, Belle vili< Slfl takes nil Ridge Road,..... ^»ri North \riington, ! or Sperializinff in Mens A Boys 7««, Haircuts Razor Cut ST. ( ItCILIA's liif.li s-hinil uniform, otic blouse included, $15. S ite 18. W hite and black saddle shoe's, 19 m edium. 80.INI. Both Pl.y mouth , TF b r in g r r in l'i.jwr*,.im* tier htirnir#*fl, runs aluiiiinm iim. brass, ropper, lead. hallfrlfi, am! Iroo. hkarnv S4 UAP MKT\I. ITS Si-ImiV«*r \ \ *.. Kr.^rny. J. UI.T! llll.ll school girl will liabysil new evenings or weekends. Expe 2 BK VM) new Mnrvollanc auditorium I.,lk guitars with c a rry rienceil. **i\lvfivc cent, ;ut hour. Call TF ing luitt, olns a eom olctc selftent hlng record course. IM» 1* r i o r * Wind Instruments there! it-nm how children stow and de hvelop? iq h s acome io o :, to the PTA meet- Iree, Yo»li Gavnor I gain ft-rah ths'igllt in how A short to rai.ee review ohildmri of events with prior wisdom our an l October anfi/'i'standi.t).2, meeting See.will biirg you up to date regarding to our activities. Our Teachers' Tea was held Sept. 28 in the high school cafeteria Among the h o n o r e d guests were Mrs. Mary Dnvidson, fonper principal: Mrs. Isabel Copwvll, guidance counselor; and Chailes Kientz, Health Officer, a pleasant afternoon was had by ah. M n. Chriitine Kelsch, our memliership chairman, h a s opened the membership drive Tlie cost is only 60 cents per p e r s x m very small sum to pey for having tie privilege of belonging to an orgartaaiion vuicft Turthers ffie relationship SERMCES We l. n u i s l v. I ' a s l u r u Music Teacher Conservatory Prep Courses 349 Milburn Avenue Lyndhurst RENTALS Apartments Wanted, 4 5 room*. We hive clients waiting. New 3 Bedroom apart* OKtil Ultra modern, make own heat $ FOR SALE NORTH ARLINGTON Beautiful 7 room house, 3 bathroom*, finished basement, 2 car garage. Cen trafly air ^ * BoautifuHy CaH a* to Me. LYNDHURST Stucco houae, I rooms game room, fimahad basement, beautifully landscaped, 2 car garage call us today. RUTHERFORD S rooms, raerafttkm room in basement. Illness necessitates this sale. This house offers feature*. See it now and make your offer.-1 SAVINO AGENCY 2S1 Ridge Road Lyndhurst, N. J

14 PAGE FOURTEEN THE GOMMFRCTAT LEADER ANT) SOTTTH RFRGEN REVIEW THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1967 Keep Your Faith, Go To Church Every Sunday And Holy Days f i i C h u r c h S e r v i c e s SACRED HEART R. O. CHURCH Ridge Rd. t New Jersey Ave. Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry O. J. Reck, Pastor Masses: 6:30, 7:30, 9:00, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00 in church 9:00, U:S0 ln school Daily Masses: 7:00, 7:30, 8:00, 8:30 MOUNT CARMEL CHURCH Copeland Aven., Lyndhurst Rt. Rev. Fitzpatrick Sunday Masses: 8:00, 9:00, 10:30, 11:30 Dally Masses: 7:15 ST. MICHAEL S R. a CHURCH Ridge Road and Page Avenue Pastor Rov. Ladislaus J. Wilczewsld : 7:00, 8:00, 0:00, 10:00 aad 11:30 a.m. l REED MEMORIAL UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH m Stuyvesant Aveoae The Rev. David L. Barrett, Pastor Church telephone: Mans* telephone: SUNDAY, Oct. 15 9:45 AM Bible School classes tor all ages 11:00 AM Morning Worship Topic: The God" Yearning of 7 KX) PM Youth Fellowship Groups THURSDAY. Oct, 12 :0 0 PM Choir rehearsal Tu e s d a y, Oct n 8:00 PM Bible School teachers and staff meeting WEDNESDAY, Oet. 18 8:00 PM Mid-Week Service THURSDAY, Oct :00 Noon Women s Association LYNDHURST METHODIST CHURCH Stuyvesant and Tontine Aves. Rev. Robert Olya Bryant. Pastor 807 Tontine Avenue GEneva 8-69S8 SUNDAY, Oct. 16 9:00 AM Early Church service 9:45 AM Church School with classes for all Ages. Discussion of timely topics for adults. 11:00 AM Public Church service Sermon by the pastor, "Faith Until the End" Loyalty Sunday lowship 7:00 PM Senior-Hi Yoifth Fel- MONDAY The Epworth Circle will meet at the home of Mi s. Albert Van Horn, Second Ave., S p.m. WEDNESDAY Rum m age sale, Oct Circle Five will meet at thc hem e of Mrs. Clarence Smith, F ern Ave., 8 p.m. THURSDAY 7 p.m.. Junior Youth Fellowship, Circle One meets at the Church. SATURDAY Three F's, Hallowe'en p arty. A w&leome aw aits you a t tlie church on the corner of S.uyvesant a.id Tontine Avenues. ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL CHURCH Stuyvesant and Forest Aves. Church Office: Church School Building, Forest Ave. Phone: Christian Science healing are given Readinq Room at b Si<4,.ui a.,,..,, open Monday throufcti Saturday. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., ana on Friday evenings from 7:30 to t*:30 oclock. Closed legal holidays. Nursery care provided during Sunday Service. Herein is love, n >t lhat vyo loved God, but that he loved us. and sent his Sea to be the p i o pitialion foi1 our sin s. tl John 4:101 This is the Golden Text from this week's Bible Lesson on the RUTHERFORD BAPTIST CHURCH Oaily Morning and Evening Pastor John Dexter Greenleaf Prayer 7 a.m. and 1 p-m. _ THE LORD S DAY Sunday Services: : U a.m. Bible School 8:00 a.m. Holy Communion n :00 a.m. M ornir; Worship 9:30 a.m. Morning Prayer, Vouth Fellowship Holy Communion & Church T;oo p.m. Evangelistic Service Funeral For Mrs, John Breslin K urrral services were held.gc if~ County lu o 'd iv for Mrs. Marie K. m it tec. I.' -lin. wife of John J. Breslin, Jr., m 'm bor. of the Lyndiurst Blos'in family. Mi s.! t islin died Sa'.urday after a lors* illness. Mr. Bvejlin was bora in l,yndhiirst, became a lawyer while a " Doctrine of Aontemont to b<; Lyndhurst resident and for It! read in wil Christian Science years was local m agistrate. Latchurches on Sunday. er he became prosecutor of th.- county and chairm an of tho Ber- School, and 11:15 a.m. Morn- WEDNESDAY Ing Prayer. 8:00 p.m. Hour of Blessing SUNDAY, October 15 Phone GE :00 AM Holy Communion The Church of the 9:30 AM Morning Prayer, Holy Royal Welcome Communion, Church 'School 11:15 AM Morning Prayer, Holy Communion At all services: Fall Ingathering of United Thank Offering THURSDAY, October 19 1 :30 PM Episcopal C h u rchwomen meeting ST. MATTHEWS EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN Corner Valley Brook Ave. and Travers Place, Lyndhurst 895 Travers Place, Lyndhunt THURSDAY, October 12 8 :00 PM The Ladies' Aid Society SUNDAY, October 15 9:15 AM Sunday School 9:15 AM Morning Worship without Communion 10:30 AM Morning Worship with Holy Communion The Sermon:, "Building For God" Rev. Rudolph H. Haim, MST Luther College, Teaneck 4:00 PM Vewers ww)-service of Installation The Reverend Ernest G. Lindner will bo installed as the third LYNDHURST /HEBREW CENTER 333 Valley Brook Avenne Between Ridge Road and Stuyvesant Avenue, Lyndhurst le v. David S. Barbalatt, Rabbi Study: OE Home: WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Ridge Rd. and Page Ave. Lyndhurst, New Jersey Telephone: SUNDAY SERVICES LATTER DAY SAINTS OF JESUS CHRIST A. E. STARKS, Pastor Services Every Sunday at the Adoniram Masonic Temple - S21 Second Ave., Lyndhurst Church School, 10 a.m. Preaching Service, 11 a.m. UNITARIAN SOCIETY 70,Home and Ames Avenu6a Sunday Service, ll :00 a.m. Church School and Nursery 10:50 &.m. Phone: Frank Testa Frank Testa, 125 Delafield Ave., died oil Monday at his home after a brief illness. He was 61, was bom in Jersey City Democratic Coin- Mr. B reslins livothcr Jam es is touashi,p counsel for Lyndhurst. Anglic: T to u e r, R ajor, former Lyndhurst High SchW teacher, recently was m ade a judge by appointment of Gov. Richard J. Hushes. Mrs. Brelin was born in Brooklyn Snd'was formerly a gradu* ale nurse at Mountainside Hospital in Montclair. thc past 44 years. She was a member of Mt. Carmel R. C. Church. She loaves her husband, Walter A. Davies; two sons, Walter G. Davies of Btidd Lake, and She was a member of thc grandchildren. Hackensack Women s club; the A requiem mass was offered Hackensack Red Cross, lihe Ar- at the Church of the Annunciacola Women s Golf Association, tion, Midland Avenue, Param us, the N. J. State Women s Golf Wednesday al 9:JO a.m. Inter* Associaion, flnd the U n ited nie.it was at Mairyrest Ceme- Statcs senior,.women's Golf As- tcny, Darlington. sociation. Mrs. Bi-eslin is survived, in addition to her husband, by a daughter, Mrs. Sheila Lee of Maywood; a sister, Mrs. Harry Smith of Fort Lee; and four Visiting.hours w ere at the C.C r Van Envburgih M ortuary, 306 E. Ridgewood Ave., Ridgewood. Ctoittributions in her memory to Ihe Holy Nam e Hospital would be appreciated. tion of Mr. Ted Lewiindows-ki.' children w ere given an explana- Congratulations, to this young tion of all brass instruments, and talented group. The follow- There was also a m usical prosing participated in the musical entation. group of the Fife and D ru m : Henry Koziol, President of the M erle; Vivian Machcinski; Polish American Citizens Club Bozza; Gail Golembesiki: Beatrice CnrlsJon: Diane Rokasaak; announced that the club is spon M ary Swibinski; Janet Wolnier; Florence Carlson; Bernadette Barsjsewski; Barbara Barszew- Beck and tihe clergy of Sacred Heart R. C. Churoh for their v\ ords of condolences, our Doctor Vincent G. Fietti, the officers and members of tlx.' Lynd hurst Police Dept, and FLrst. Aid Squad, also the staff of the Nazare Memorial Home, Ir»c. ^Bereaved Wife and Children CARD OF THANKS. CASTIGLJONE We take this m eans of expressing our sincere and heartfelt thanks to all our relatives and friends for their kind sympathy, many spiritual bouquets and beautiful floral arrangem ents at the dealih oif our beloved husband and father Graziano Castigllone. Special tihanks to the clergy of Sacred Heart R. C. Oliurch and to the staff of the N azare Me- and had moved from there to Richard C. Davies of Lyndhurst, Lyndhurst 12 years ago. two daughters. Mrs. Daniel soring a "Swinging Polka morial Home, Inc. He was a self-employed general (Gladys) Fonty of Paterson, and Night" dance on Saturday, O c Bereaved Wife and Children contractor. He was a Mrs. William (June) Wackwitz tober 21 at 9 p.m. in the Parish m em ber of Sacred H e art Hcley of West Hartford, Conn.; Hall. Tickets are $3.00, beer and WOJNARSKI For the many Church and of its Holy Name sisier. Mrs. Anthony (Ger sk i; Donald Paschburg; William refreshm ents will be served, kind attentions and condolences Society. trude! Dondaro. of Hoboken; Szymialowicz; Stephen Rokos- Committee m em bers for the of our relatives, friends, tlie He is survived by Ihis wife, and eight grandchildren. z a k ; Vincent Tedesehi; M artin dance are: Joe Buraszewski; clengy of St. Mi(ihaol,s R. C. Antionette La Rosa T esta: a The funeral will be tomorrow Szymialowicz; Raymond Barto. Chairman; Anthony Machcinski, Church, and the staff of the Nason, Angelo, and a daughter, a' 10 a.m. from the Waldo J. Ip- St. Michael's is proud of all Arrangements; John Rogers, znre Memorial Home, Inc.; wiho Mrs. Ernest (Philomenai Donato, polito Funeral Home, 425 Ridge these youngsters. Bar; Teddy. Machcinski; Rie- were a great source of comfort both of Lyndrurst, a broth- Road, with a High Mass of The Holy Name Society month- fresihments; Frank Yaselewicz; and encouragement during our er. Nicholas, of Secaucus; a n d Requiem at U a.m. at Sacred ly meeting will be held on Tickets. recent loss, and for the expressive nine grandchildren. Heart R. C. Church. Interment Thursday evening, Oct. 12 at floral tributes, and m any T h funeral will be tomorrow at will be in the family plot p.m. on the Old Church CARD OF THANKS spiritual bouquels we extend the 9 a.m. from the Waldo J. Ippo Hall. m ost heartfelt thanks. ' lito Funeral Home, 425 Ridge CARD OF THANKS Reserve November 11th for a Bereaved Fam ily of Road, to Sacred Heart Church, DE GISI -Deeming it impossi- m ost unusual form entertain- Anna Wojnarski where a 10 a.m. High Mass of hie to thank all in person we Requiem will be offered. Inter- wish to take this means of exm ent will be in Holy Cross Cemetery, North Arlington. Nunzio A ld e a Nunzio Addea, 117 Court Ave., died on Sunday at the West Hud son Hospital, Keamy. He was 77, was bom in Italy, cam e to the United States in 1903, living first in West Virginia Until 1910, then to Jersey City until he movec' to Lyndhurst 4'a years ago. He was a mem ber of Sacred H eart Church and of its Holy Name Society. pressing our m ost sincere and hear'felt thanks to all our relatives and friends far their words of consolation, spiritual bou uets and m any floral tributes at the funeral of our beloved mother and sister Minnie M. De Gisi. Special thanks to the clergy of St. Stephen's R. C, Church for their words of comfort and to the staff of t'he Nazare Memo rial Home. Inc.. far their efficient service?. Bereaved Fam ily Sister M ary Felicia and M r s. CARD OF THANKS Jean Szymialowicz, President, Survivors arc his wife Mrs. MUGAVERO We wish to thank served a dinner to five m usicians from the Manhattan Mary Villante Addea; three all our relatives and friends for IN MEMORIAM daughters, Mrs. Michael (Rose) their kind expressions of sym School of Music. Their names Pastor of St. Matthew's by the FEITZDJGER -In,oving m env Kovacs. and Mrs. Frank (Marie I Voli, of Lyndhurst, and and floral tributes to the funeral pathv, many spiiitual bouquets a re : Casimir Kosakowski; Rev. Ewald H. Mueller, Vice- President of 'the Atlantic Dis : o ry of my Beloved Husband and Mrs WUliam (Carmellai Posey Z<-chary Schnek; Jerry Warsaw ; David Hoffman and Thom of our beloved mother and sister Frances N. Mugavero. F ather, Arthur L., who passed tiict of the Lutheran Church of Atopaka. Fla. and eight aw ay October 9, as Walsh. On Tuesday and Wednesday, October 3 and 4 these Missouri Synod. grandchildren. Special thanks to the clergy of A happy home vce once enjoyed The Sermon: "T he Way of Success" will be preached by the from the Nazare Memorial tc tbe staff of the Nazare Me The funeral was yesterday Sacred Heart R. C. Church and How sweet the m em ory still, Mmes. prepared and served the B ut death has left a loneliness dinner: Janet Zwolinski; Julie Rev. Rudolph H. Harm, MST Home. 403 R idge Road, ro Sacred Heart Church, whre a High kindness. morial Home. Inc., for their T he world can never fill. Brennan; Jean Szymialowicz; of Luther College. Teaneck. P arting comes and hearts are Ann Lemaowrcz: Iree Corf:eld; and Mae Olejarczyk. Fol The service will be conducted Mass of Requiem was offered. Bereaved Fam ily broken by the Rev. Paul K. Koopchen, Interment was in Holy N a m e Loved ones go with words unspoken Mmes. served as guides: Angie lowing the dinner, the following Calvary Lutheran Church, Verona. and the R ev. Rudolpih Cemetery, Jersey City. P. Bium, Im manuel Church. East Rutherford. WEDNESDAY, O ct :00 PM The Children's Choir 8 :00 PM The Church Choir FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST K. Pierrepont ft Lincoln Aves., Rutherford. New Jersey ranch of the M other Chcreh, The Pirat Church of Christ fcr. of Boston, Mats Sunday Services at 11:00 A.M. 11:00 a.m. Sunday School Wednesday Evening Meeting at 8:15 o clock at w hich testimonies of S T E E V E R FU N ER A L HOM E Steever Funer#l Home SUCCESSOR T O CO LLIN S M EM O RIA L Air Conditioned For Your Comfort 939 3fXXK D e p e n d a b l e S e r v i c e S in c e * FOR B E T T E R SERV ICE So th a t we may re n d e r iw finr^t type of s e n ire. wc k eep ab reast of th e scientific advancem ent;, o f o u r profession. N A / A I I K M E M O IIU L H O M E In r. JOSEPH M. NAZARE, Mgr R I D G E R O A D - L Y N D H U R S T, N. J. * * \ l r I u n d i l i u n e d f «r 1 o u r 4 o m l o r l Prompt, E fficie n t, D ependable Service 52 Ridge R o a d, L y n d h u rst W Ebater (co rn e r 5th Ave.) A ir conditioned year round Jersey C ity Office P alisad e Ave. A Si. Michaels m ent an old Minstrel S h o w - Live and Funny As Ever. Proceeds from this affair go to supplementing the Retreat Fund of any Male Adult in the parish who desires to spend three full days with the Lord over Thanksgiving weekend (Friday p.m. through Sunday) in Loyola Retreat House. Sam Qiimento and Ed Nowel are in charge ofthis activity. The Keamy Irisih- American Group will present tfus Minstrel. Mothers of St. Michael's Parent's Club under the direction of D e Marco; Pat Stelmack; Lutheran Life goes on we know that true. M rs. W a lte r A. Davies By ANTHONY T. MACHCINSKI Marge Van Derbeek; Beroa- B ut not the same since losing Classen for all ages dettc Pieluc; Stephanie Reszcyou. MMs. Anna Helen Davies, 169 St. Michael's Holy Nam e So- zynski. The musical group was No verse can say, no w ealth Page Ave.. died on Tuesday cie:y had one of the langcst escarted to each class and the repay morning at St. Barnabas Modigroups in attendance at the Bergen County Holy Name Day Pa What I ve lost lour years today cal Center at Livingston. She Bereaved wife, E lla, v a s 66, w as born in Hoboken rade. Present were: Father Anthony Bogdziewicz, with all Daughter and Son and had lived in Lyndhurst for Holy Name Officers, Walter Bogdziewicz, Parade Chairman, Peter Szymialowicz, coordinator Burk Funeral Home Chester Domanski, Marshal and p. large membership of Holy Name men. D irectors One of the reasons the parade John L. B urk P aul K onarski was a success, was due to our Urrific Fife and Drum Cn>-ps. which was lead under the direc- New Larger Facilities Accuse we care WALDO J. IPPOLITO FUNERAL HOME 42.1 Ridge Rd. LfndliurMi 43V Pleasantly A ir Conditioned On P rem ise Parkins* A MINISTRY OF SCRIPTURE EXPOSITION The Carlstadt Baptist Church Broad aad Madison Street* Carlstadt Anderson Fraser, Pastor < SUNDAY SERVICES 1:44 A. M. Sunday School Clmaact foe au afm. 11:04 A. M. Worship S e n ic. and Junior Ckarth T. M. Baptist Youth Fellowship. MIDWEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY S:04 P. M. Praise, prayer aad Bible atady. V American Baptist Convention LOOK SMOOTH; N ow You Can Have UNWANTED HAIR REMOVED Instantly Safely permanently by the Sennetional RadinmaHr Electrolysis By OINA Of AGATA BEAUTY SALON Coma In Today for Free Consultation G ina s Electrolysis W Y nian Midland Ave. Arlington, N.J. IMPORTED HOLLAND TULIP DULDS SPINA 221 Stuyvesant Avenue Lyndhurst, N. i. 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