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VOL. XXXI—No. 1601 HILLSIDE, N. J., T H U RSDAY, AUGUST

Adopt New License Law The Hillside B o a rd o f * — — Health Tuesday n ig h t a d o p te d I ner,1 the Board of r w hold, an ordinance re q u irin g pay- me state Director of o o n d mert of personal p r o p e r t y ;£Se;m,g a remedy Photos ' taxes before issuance o f an y taken to show the serious permit or license w ith th e ex -1 tion- Plumbing Inspector Benjaniiri ceptioti of a b urial p e r m it or] § | s J“nmer recommended in a letmirrijiD'p lifienRs h is 5i.ftMnn § thewlth state mwriage noense._ Taius ac tio n 1 be» adoptad one plumbing a ieti s code • m - taken m s p ite - o f a c tin g ____ - -

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Page 3 - THE HILLSIDE TIMES, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1955 the iParkway during the month. In the same time, three babies were reported* born on the superhighway. The Parkway has been open since July “l"'for ~ar continuous - drive of RED BANK—Toll revenue on the 164 miles between its northern Garden State Parkway exceeded terminus at R o u te17, Par^mus, and one million dollars during July as its southern 1 terminus near Cape the new s u p e r ~ 5 lg K w a y went TJTroiigK' its first iHonth“6f~lull op­ eration- with a record* traffic vol­ Trai iiiue have risen and ume, the New Jersey Highway' Au* steadily and sharply since the first khOrity rep.orted this week. . of,this year.-The monthly totals of Commissioner K a t h a r i n e E. Vehicle toll collections ' during the .White, vice -ehufrman-treastirer of first half Of 1955 were: January— the Authority, said the unaudited 1,165,141; -February- — 1,665,770; total of toll revenue during July March—2,013,928; April— 2,457,135; _y&s $1,456,440. It was the first time May—3,153,633; and*June—3,583,111. that monthly toll revenue bn the The record mothly toll, .revenue Parkway topped the mi-llion-dol'lkr before July was the. $867,833, in _ina-rk.._:__ Jdhe.::__ Starting with the opening of the During July, each succeeding fm ai^ma-j oibsec tion on July 1 which weekend . produced a new traffic put the Parkway in full operation, record. The first Frtday4hroughtraffic records were broken five Sunday weekend found 586,081 ve­ weekends -in a row. For the entire hicle tolT collections. Then on July liponth, a total of 5,969,814 toll-pay- 8-10, the boeal was 612,717. On. July rdng_z.v;ehmles--wa&L re c o rd e d -on, th e J-5£L:1 i Was 648.214. On July 22r24. Parkway. The’ previous monthly it was 653,800. The last weekend, high was the 3,585,111 fiT?Juhe. ^ July 29-31, if-was 662,978. Despite the heavy volume, there* -The all-time daily -high was set w as' only one traffic fatality on Saturday, .July 30. when 249,917 ve-

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I t ’s easy to g e t ahead financially when you know how. The secret is as simple, as this: ’do your saving BEFORE you do your spending. P ut the FIR ST dollars ou t of every pay envelope into your savings account, where th ey w ill go right to work for YOU . . . earning interest . . . building up, week after week, in to the kind o f m oney that w ill turn cherished dreams in to glorious realities. H aving begins w ith saving . . . regularly, The tim e to start is,, now I Open a savin g account here and keep it on-the-grow

THE HILLSIDE NATIONAL BANK O NE OFFICE — NO BR AN CH ES ASSETS OVER $27,000,000 Member Federal Reserve System Deposits Insured by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

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1 mole toll collections' were recorded on the. Parkway. The Parkway's outstanding safe­ ty record, continued to stand out through the ■record -traffic -volume during July. The lone traffic .fatali­ ty' "during July occurred early in the month when a tire blow-out. caused the death of an 82-year-old passenger. During the first six of—this ’ yfeaj, there only lour traffic fatalities' the

Sowers Will Head Red Feather Unit

three ; selections “Jazz Legato", i special arrangement. of- "O n the a ’changi side his “Saturday Rag" and “Learning the Mall’ as .the final selection.. one week after, the* change is made. Blues". The band included Stanley Further, a change of address may Courses At Rulers After the assembly the students Sloven* Hillside, saxaphonc. Awards were, made by Walter r e c e i ve d..-their certificates of also be recorded, if more conveni­ S i"W BRUNSWICK —Thi-w, Bork, Roselle,., to the_ winners of achievement, w h ic h had been ent, at one of the m otor vehicle Union-County residents one w agencies located throughout the JffllsWe,-are F The final assembly" of the year, the contests held at the annual'pic­ formally presented to their respec­ State. . . Rutgers School of Education dST completing the . 23rd consecutive nic. Awards were also made to the tive organizations at the final con­ Director Gassert is particularly ing the six-week Summer S e ,Z : of the tournaments held cert the evening’before.* summer session of the Uijion-Qeun- winners concerned at this time because It at the S tate University ~ , dtrniig the session by thc ’recreaty Band"and Orchestra School, was fioq department; is Jits "desire to facilitate quick this number are iji the teachifi handling of 2.500,000 driver's appli­ field ar.d they inoiude Miss R«r„ , held-Prida-y-- J-uly 297-The-advance^ —Mr-.' Bork, assistant director of cations .and over 2,000,000 registra­ Winstead, 844 Jerome avenue band under the .direction, of Casi- the school, thanked the. students tion applications at renewal time. mir Bork, Roselle, provided the for their cooperation-during the ses­ | music. As an entry they J played sion and wished them continued sue-“Salutation" March by Seitz. cess in their musical endeavprs and i TRENTON — Motor ’ Vehicle Di­ Featured on the program was a a happy vacation time. student dance, bgnd. They presented The advanced band presented! rector Frederick J.”1Gassert, Jr., re­ minds- .-.II drivers and jai* owners1 to. notify the Division o r Motor Ve-. hides of any change of .address, in .W e Are Headquarters For order to assure prompt delivery of PITTSBURGH PA IN T S applications and licenses mailed the. division under .the - new CONTRACTOR I from mail-order system, which becomes ) S ee the beautiful'colors of effective April 1, 1956. Masonry Work — Asphalt Paving In., making: this reminder,; pjrec- I Pittsburgh Decorative Paints tor Gassert pointed out that in too 1 ------ ASK FOB COT QB FQLDER many instances important corres" Estimates Cheerfully Given pondehce and licenses are delayed or not delivered because a driver or 1061 THOM AS ST. HILLSIDE, N. J. $ owner fails to send trchange-of ad­ dress to the Division. • Coal — lvoppers Coke — FirtH "OIL— Buildlng^iviaterlais " ^ Under the law* a .licensed driver | EL 3,6577 1374 Liberty A ve,, Hillside MU 6-224^ and a registered owner is required I to notify the director, in writing, of I

Orchestra School Final Assembly

Auto Licenses By i M ail Next April 1

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IRVIN P. SOWERS Irving P. Sowers, of 5il Conant ti'eet, retired high school chemist^ eacher., has again been appointe ,h airman of. residential solicitation or, the October Red Feather cam­ paign, it was announced this week iy Arnold -H; MeOlow. Hillside hairman. Sowers served * in the capa< A graduate of Bucknelt Universi­ ty. Sowers taught to the high school fronC IS21_tells®. . Be is. a former secretary of the Liberty Park Com-T • munity Association ar.d . former I treasurer—ofatlie Hillside Graduate Fund.

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IN AN 8-yfiAR STUDY OF M A N Y SCHOOLCHILDREN, NONE WITH NORMAL VISION FAILED THfflR STUDIES BUT 3 7 % OF THOSE WITH VISUAL TROUBLES FAILED SAYS TH E BETTER VISION IN S TITU T E .

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THE HILLSIDE TIMES, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1955 All were dressed In South Orange Girl •bridesmaids. pinkServing as best man for his was Joseph Siegel. Edward Weds Barry Siegel brother Dreskin, brother of the bride, Mal­

County. Park O o m m ls s io n an­ nounced. Nearly five -hundred boys—and j

Couple Celebrate 25th Anniversary A dinner in .honor of the 25th jedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs; 'William E: Rispoli, of 04 Madirig terrace, was held . Saturday, July 30 at The Flagship, Union, The couple Were married August 3, 1930, in St. Joseph’s Church, Maplewood. Among the guests were a daugh­ ter, Lucy, at home, and a son, Aj/C Vincent Rispoli, stationed at Pat* rick Air Force Base, Cocoa, Fla. Another son, Pfc. Samuel Rispoli, is stationed in Germany. - -Other - guests - were from -Bound ,1®rook,r Hillside, Liberty Comer, •L i n.vd e.,n, Livingston, Maplewood, Martinsville,' N e w a r k , Plainfield, ^RLuckomin,-JUmoiv-Vcronar-an d-For-tLauderdale, Fla.,

500 KidsSubmit E xhibit Entries Nature handcrafts by children of the County Park Commission’s su.pervised playgrounds will- be exhibi­ ted at the Trailside Museum in the nursery area of the Watchung, Reservation on Sunday, August 14 from 2 to 5 p.m. The program, ar­ ranged by Mr. Alfred E. Jawucs, supervisor of playground activities, is open to the public, The Union

grounds throughout the .county have .submitted works for this year’s “Annual 'Nature Handcraft ExhibThi i colorful .displays- have been ieel by playgrounds and feaworks t»f handcraft molded, ed, carve'd, sewn, hammered lasted from materials’found-In

Public Service Electric and Gas Company Monday filed, an applica­ tion with the Board-of fenhlio UtiljlyCommissioners of the State of New Jersey covering the proposed issuance and -sale -of—25QTQQQ-share& of Preferred Stock, having a par .value of $100 a share, and $35,000,COO^prtnctpal am aunt-of Debenture Bonds. The Debenture Bonds will be dated October 1. 1955 and are to mature October 1„ 1975. It is planned to sell the Preferred Stock' and the Debenture Bonds will be separate transactions and the

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girl whd entered the tournament | Chinese checker tournament this plate ill. front. Re had no registr was given five points. week. I tion or driver's license in his po A group of; boys knd girls from Friday afternoon, the bubble- i |session and told police that he had the playground were taken to Yan-1 blowing and balloon contests. were found the rear plate and. attached kee--St»4ium^.Wednesday, August held. Thirty girls and boys part-ici it to the parked truck of a man he 3rd, ajong with children from all of paled in the balloon blowing anc fk f p.. •..... s------------J Police the othe^]?Ikygrounds. Those child­ racing contest. The winners of the ren who saw tlie Cleveland Indians boys division were Ronald Podles, play the Hew York Yankees were: Anthony DiGiovanni and Thomas Hank Gqrdon, Phyllis Haefner, Al­ Domerski. The girl winners were ; Avenue • The children are still trying to de- len Bkupp, Kenneth Prank. .Jeffrey Katherine Liningu, Donna Yaduskyl Hillside sdftb'fiir .enthusiasts will Ilardi, Rosemary Lalevee, David and Jean DiGiovanni. ' .This competilion .for the I termine the.C arrpm Champion. Wally sec plenty of action, begin­ G.M.O. Truck 7, Edgcomb 0 Rad'zinski, Ronald Reiff, Robert The bubble gum contest had 46i [Senior o ndjnnlorpiaygrouiid] I C a r o 1 Kowals-ky and Walter Reiff, Steven Sterne* and Edwin I contenders. The girl winners were I ning next" Monday when the- play­ Bristol-Myers 12, Jiffy 2 |ohamp!otwMp ;!ihowed that the fol­ I.Ghmiel are leading in the Senior Moynihan. Roslyn Morris and Theresa Kostes. off winners of the Industrial ’League Cooper Alloy 7, Hatfield O' lowing are In contention;: Roland] division and Prances Ohmi el and With only-two weeks of the play­ Boys who won were John Frangione uill meet the best of. the Associated ASSOCIATED LEAGUE □eMartino, Vincent Mirandi, Ni-1 Jimmy Testa are leading in the ground ‘season lejlfc, the competition and Ronald Podles. jjPflgue to determine the best two Candy was distributed by Harold Playofls—lst Round Icholas Qotolt Vivian Josioff, Eileen] Junior Division for the playground for points is in its final stage. Rose­ out of three series. mary Lalevee holds more -points and Fred Berger. Weber and Brian Greenberg. The American Can and Knights American "Uffir g i£ JggJS' championship. than any other boy or girl on the ~ ■Final event of the season will be 2 The. AAU Physical Pltness Test of Columbus teams eliminated the Knights of-Columbus The feature event of the week a picnic luncheon on Friday, Au­ playground. She has 195 points, ang a t Coe Avenue playground was conpine Tavern and Maple Softball Maples----------- ——-- —-— 0 2 duet-ed for thfr troys and the follow^ was a watermelon feast which tapir Barbara Batailie, -who-ls in-second gust J2th, a t the—playground?— clubs respectively with both teams Pine T avern , 0 ing qualified tor ■•'certificates': Bob place, on Friday afternoon, August place among the girls' with 185 taking two straight in the best 2 point. Cynthia Mass is in third Sheara, Dennis McGinn, incent MlWeek'^Results oUt of 3 series in the Recreation -place—among—the—girls—witli—95---- —Galvin-Uoolidge—randL Frank Tortorello, Frank DeAmerican'Can 4, Pine' Taveri Commission's ? Associated .softball Checkers and chess were very points. Hank Gorden is leading the Martino, George Murphy and ReK nights oi- Col? 8„ Maples 0 League playoffs. The* American lland Torsieilo, popular at the Calvin Coolliige boys with 190- points, and Joseph BABE RUTH LEAGUE Can and Knights * of Columbus I A Hobby Show was held Thurs-] playground this week. There was Lavook is in second place with 175 Standings of Teams tea-ms^dll meet, in a "best 2 ’out of duy-and EiLeen.Weber-.-whO brought also interest shown in thfe piaster points. Thomas Muliery, who has Lories J o decide WhlOh team will Hillside -Elk-s a pictyre of flowers .and birds won of paris figurines and m -linger :110“points is ta'jjiird. placer Those ::rTwo Hillsider* -and a former resi­ play the Industrial ’League winners Maxon PpijtiaC licensed to practice children jvho at the-end^of the sea­ dent have. first - p j-tz e -jb d y * :M ie r;:: latha pain ting. ' championship of Hillside. Merkle Hudson brought China dolls was picked lor I On Priday, July 29th, all the son have the greatest' number of dentistry it was announced this • incidentally the playoffs in the,- Eagle O il § second; and Patty Conlin, ..who children- were treated- to -^ w a te r­ points will be awarded trophies by •week by the New Jersey State Industrial Softball Tjeague got un- Plash Cleaners Board of Registration and .Exami­ the Recreation Commission. brought foreign coins was third; melon feast and on that hot day it der way this week. The playoffs Two special events have been nation in. Dentistry. and-Lorraine Querros w hn'h e j a I was thoroughly enjoyed. Week’s Results ibis year will involve the first 8. The local residents are Stanley vast collection of coins was fouf|h-| . The last softball game of the sea­ planned for next week.. A pickup Hudson 8, Plash 5 teams in the standings and win be Merkle Kandel, son of Dr. and Mrs. Otto son was to have been played on sticks tournament will be held on .George Washington conducted k>n a single less elimina- Hillside Elks 7, Plash 0 | The blffo. point of the week at Thursday against George Washing­ Wednesday, August 10th and a wa­ A. Kandel. of 1042 North Broad George Washington playground was ton., b u t-it was forfeited. The boys termelon festival on Thursday, Au­ street', and Miles Lazerwitz, son of INDUSTRIAL SOFTBALL Mr. and Mrs. Max Lazerwitz,' of [a checker tournament on Tuesday. ars now anxiously awaiting the gust 11th. Final Standings The Hillside Avenue playground 1509 Morris place. Those participating and receiving W L A-former Hillsider. now residing -... D..... pgints~were:. Hhim-r Becker, Jerry On Wednesday some of the boys is very busy finishing their arts and 'AmcrsiT GoT ~ n M Becker, Pete JluthaMk, Richard were treated to the Yankee-Cleve- crafts for Playground Day exhibi­ in South Orange, who received his Cooper Alloy 8 • 2 MJnkQff, Andy Petriok, Michael land game at Yankee Stadium, and tion. Scrabble game is getting to be license is Thomas H. Newmann, son ,Bristol-Myers' 7 '2 ! ~ , I Hryda and Ira Bailey. Stuart enjoyed the outing very much. The one of the most popular games this of Mr. and Mrs. Max Lazerwitz, of G.M.C. Truok 1509 Morris place. 10 4 ARK—Lariy Hamilton,- giant | Seeker was the final winner. He re-.I boys who attended the game were: Hatfield W ire. 5 8 ruffian from St, Joseph, Mo. elve _Jbpy$ attended the . A former Hillsider, now residing | d a total Of 40 points. Frank Halter,- Gene Parochniak 8 t&ke Oh ftn cfliiii’Ily. wild man-whe | ( gPlaster Baker & Taylor , 3 Of paris molds were made Ra-V Courage, Don Williams, Joe Yankee-tSleveland game on Wed­ in South Orange, who received his § Edgcomb steel. license is Thomas H. Newmann, 9 iVicClaugliiin. Bobbie Paroohnlak, nesday. August 3rd. Showers were Pral® e DaUO Tri file lop I durihg the week with some ... Jiffy Mfg. -G©:------.3 ... -TOi wrestling bout' at L aurel 'Garden . products being turned out by „„„„ Joi pStolTre Weber. JOhH rClnfk. Bill on for those children Who were at Soft of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel New_____ ______ „ ................. Matt-Rest Products Bun Tubex 1 B the playground, Friday night. T h e bout-will Stellar,Ira' Bailey, Mary Roden- p a r r y and Phil Jubert. “Your Toy Sc Juvenile The latest contest is “Team Pad­ ae0n e - fall -10.a-:inish . baugh, Carol Ann Gearhart, Glndy Conant Street Hamilton ..has -been here three I Becker-and- Joel Soivak. -- - Because1of an exeursion to Yan- dle Ball,” The winners so far are weeks a n d is undefeated. His vie- j i>ue -•“to--* the extremely hot; ^ee Stadium on Wednesday. Ati- the teams of Joel Greenberg and toriea however, weren't, the kind to ‘ weather, showers were tuttiea on I *“st 2nd. only one of the planned Barry Stadlin.-----James Spa Loro won the boys make t h e fans Uk» him. Hamilton ie-very day. Those who took advan-1SIWcial events at the Conant Street is a believer o f winning the best tage of this opportunity found it to Playground for that week was held. . whether it be rough j be the next best thing to swimming This was a Chinese checker tourna| Billing, 61, of 131 Elizabeth ofHei'fir, pool-1 meat which wae held on Thursday H ILLSID E'S ONLY LOCKSMITH’ RvetiUe. Newark, wgs held for The alwa |P0Bijat__tag team will • Central Avenue ; afternoon August 4th. There were | vestigation by polcie last Thuridny have Frankie f f l S o a c o Tony 38 BROAD ST., ELIZABETH ^ ■ W in n ers of the Oarrom Tourna-j 1**° tournaments, one for the boys [night following his arrest at 7:30 ilarMaeULbittlJiiig, Ma-n Mountain Style Shop of Union County ent held on August i;t. 1955 at ; and one for rhe gtrb. Joseph La­ j p.m. by Patrolman Leonard VlsotDean arid Buddy Gilbert-oyer the The Finest Selection Of te -Oentral Avenue Playground vock took first plaoe In the Boys’ sky. for throe motor vehicle vlola-l hesgot three Ialls route Clothing Anywhere Bill Shields, first; and Frank division ..with -Kenneth Frank .and 1188 LIBERTY AVE. MU 6-248? 1 ubns ^ ■ j K Thomas Muliery in second and Rouning out thsbill a re half>-houi'7Tappersecond^n« SUITS, TOP COATS, Pa trolman Vlsotoky took . Billing time lim it events involving Aldo • tenders. I; third plaee. Barbara Batailie was H A N D and POWER LAW N M OWERS 1 SPOET GOATS, SLACKS into .custody at North Broad stre Yenturi ana Hoiaier Barry ant I In a Peanut Hunt: held on Thurs-1 Lhe first place contender in and Mertz avenue when he noticed i HABERDASHERY Fritz Zigfried and F ran k NeBSA day, Marty Fancera found, the red I Kiris’ division, and Rosemary In the Latest Fashions and Colors The' show- -wiff- open a t 8:80. *'- l peanut to win first prize; Mary Lou | vee ant* Oynthis Mass were the Robertozzi found the blue peanut }°nd and third pi USE OUR [to win second prize and Richard j winning ohUilfSn were awarctecl CONVENIENT BUDGET PLAN Miss Newark Guest Koretz who found- the! orange pea- points for their victories. Twenty FOR YOUR NEEDS [nut came In third I points weu awarded to those in Of Junior Chamber EL 2-4290 Local champs from rten tm l Avp first place, fifteen points to those Miss Mimi Leinwand. 59 Mertz [ playground Who will compbte ln the Iln Second place, and ton points to. avenue, recently named “Miss Now- j Union 'GbUftty Tournament on AuarkM, w as guest of honor at the first gust 10th are: Tether Tennis for lueetlng held by the Newark Junior girls, Lucille Robertozzi Hopscotch.] Chamber or Commerce since award- Pam McNamara; Foul Shooting] ing h e r the title at th eir annual Mary Valerile; Horseshoes, Lester “Miss Newark" pageant in June, j Kaplan; Tether Tennis for boysj Miss Leinwand was runner up Tor Dan Valenle. TWPCO, toe, . ■ -------------the “Miss. New Jersey” designation : IIurden-Looker the pageant held at Wildwood on |_ Table games arc still the highB ^ M A rk et3 - 0 2 2 2 light at Hurden-Looker playgrwind.

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telligence, any.. m ore than b ein g trained in' medicine or en­ gineering, for example. Reasoning, logic, comprehension and understanding are more important, although embellished w ith tra in in g along particular, lin es they become more valuable. T h e qualities that make fo r a good administrator can be u nd in almost, an v field, and legal training m ay as often as not b e a disadvantage as well as an advantage. T h a t so many l awyers go into" government is very often due the fact that th ey see la i t a means to an end. The greatly desirable end, from the average lawyer’s viewpoint, is the juiicia ry , although some people w ill never be able to understand why. Failing that, there are th e numerous possibilities in poli­ tics. Lawyer? seem to have a special penchant fo r ' politics, w hich a'good-m any of their neighbors, often-successful in their town fields, shun lik e the plague. I t jnay be concluded th at more lawyers than others go in to governm ent and related -fieHS, regardless of the motive. I t is I also important th a t the rest o f the community get into govem nient so"tbat it is properly rounded out.

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If the Democratic’ Township Committee has been worried that there will not be enough lawyers in. the coming generation to take their places when they are gone, they need worry no I longer. • Three of th e present five, committeemen are members of the bar and organization of the Hillside Y oung Democratic Club would seem to indicate that the line of succession will continue in the same direction. One member of the newly-organized Young Democratic Club just received his degree in law and another will enter law school next m onth. We don’t know how many others are pros­ pective lawyers, but it wouldn't surprise us if there were several. This raises an interesting question. Are lawyers better qualified by training to administer government than those in other lines of endeavor or do lawyers find that government has . a tendency to better advance their car From what w e have observed, the answer is composed o f both elements. Training in the law-seem s to g iv e th e municipal ad­ ministrator some advantage over the non-lawyer in many of the details Uf government, He can mojgj easily spot a ftefieiency th at m ight lead to leg a l complications. On the other hand, the tendency of lawyers, also due to their training, to look for minute discrepancies frequently brings about extensive discussion over comparatively minor matters whioh sometimes obscures the more important objec­ tive. The lawyer who can get to the kernel of a Situation with­ out taking all day to tell about it is a rarity. Being trained in the law is no guarantee of superior in-

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THIS IS POLIO SEASON The battle agaisst this scourge hsr not yet been won, despite scien­ tific advancements. Polio is stiU With us. U. S. Health officers state the. it will take quite a while to defeat polio, even, with the present preventive vaccine, of which supply is still limited. Experts say it may be several years before the effect of the mass vaccination program is substantially reflected in the nation’s polio rates. The rate this year Is reported.as running somewhat higher than the average for the last five years, which were the highest In United States history. - other experts say the present vaccine does mot have the double action features of some others, such as smallpox vaccine. It reduces the severity of polio but evidence indicates it dees not prevent the infection, so that the vaccinated person still can pass the disease on to someone else. The Kenny treatment, available free t o ’polio victims through the facilities of the Sister Elizabeth Kenny Polio Foundation, offers to those brippled by the disease every chance to resume a normal life. The Kennv Foundation stands ready not only to treat new victims but also to rehabilitate those crippled in the p a s t.. Public contributions support entirely this great work. The Kenny Foundation will-hold Its annual fund appeal In August. Help to pravent polio crippling. Send your contribution.to Sister Kenny Institute, . Medical Center, Jersey City, N. J. ” “

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P a g e 's - THE HILLSIDE TIMES, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1955 be permanently discontinued. Apartm ent W anted Mi1. Grotta-said the decision was Four oi’ five rooms or bungalow, I brought about by the excessive cost quiet responsible faihily, 1of operation at the East Newark A $20 bill for selling 30' bobbles of Write I3ox H 32, *Hillside Times, altogether fitting .and proper • shampoo. £hon,0' E L ^ r8477, 8:30e $50,000 Uavalcade of Golf 10, 4-5 P.M. Write 1$2 Jefferson L ost ^Championship set for the Shacks .Ave., Elizabeth.j 8-25-5$ Scotch Plains, Sept. rakeet, vicinity Williamson Women, 2, for general office work. DD O L6-11 si 8 between M,unn and Maple Some typing, full or part-time. A- good; partr2p& the Phone WAverly 3-6437f Aug, 4, tf rvenues. \ Says ’“Bobby*’. _ “Fretty SioB6yif aricl "“Bambi”, etc. Reward. .........•... 1 LINDEN—A“ HillsW m an, Sey­ Miscellaneous For SsUe WA 3 ^ I(i2- - ' mour Winter, shared k casff award porter, the late Hal Sharkey of the DUNRITE, SALES 0 0 -^ ‘ j iwith a fellow-employee for an idea ALBERT ROTHBARD accepted-by" the Coin-Your-Idcas Back in the late 1820s there were Home Improvement -Specialists1-4 suggestion system of th e ; Esso* •Re­ Ijust a lew "touring pros. One was Church of Christ the King, Re search *and Engineering- (pompahy, Walter Hagen, The other, the only . Aluminum combination arm windows and .doors, jalousie ■erry G, DeWitt, Pastor; Re Mr. Winter, -who lives at 1432 Li- other the golf veterans can recall, P. Bagley, Assistant Pastors. proved -method, of storing a n d using dry ice in the laboratories. BUILDING MATERIALS, lumber team with Hagen the straight m.an, mason material, trim , hardware ] Kirkwood the funny fellow (with a pa.nts. Builders' • General Supply golf_club.-that Is). Company, 336i Centennial Avenue The other big shots had Jobs on rranfnrd. N. J. CR 6-0505.____ they could rely for suslen"When winter came, the club BOY'S BICYCLE. “ English racer 'ere perfectly .willing.to go out [■ type by. Hercules, with handlebar.} •Loii excursions for money. But there brakes and 3-speed- gears; beautiful nicely scheduled tour on maroon and white, almost new, EL a.«grlm bu safety vhich the pros could dgPgnd upon -3-025L-------- — ------------------------- fcfi TeatuTTng weekly work. They . could get a h-w hich - five young pen Diece of work at Los Angeles, for killed and a sixth cri1 icf\ s e r v ic e s " ~ in a head-on collision June Francisco. If things wer YOU NEED Somerville. Agua daliente, Just- south i stark display, "sponspred"~bjr| border might" add to the ki the State Department of Law and Dress Matting Alterations Layoffs Costly Public Safety with the New Jersey i there -would ’ be lo Motor Truck Association boojrentlrDr ^making and alterations.- Amyl fve""layglfs. Until the Yeager." 213 HollywoOdAvl:, Hill-1 improved* the Unldn municipal!bids bn " Tuesdny side. EL 3-5521. chaumburg, pastor. rcou .were ready for i: (Aug.- 1 6 ' Mounted on a flat-bed in all, Flof-ida was tl trailer, this -object lesson in.-safety place. ^ a.v and Saturday 7:; foresay the possibility Hobby Shop

Water Co, Will Seek Further Grants

Cavalcade Of Golf’s $50,000 Open Is A “Natural” For New Jersey

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Suggestion Brings ' ' 2 Award To Winner

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Somerville Wreck For Local Display jj

Member operators of- the NJMTA are supplying the tra ctors and drivers- to haul-the exhibit through its itinerary. In .Union County, this transportation phase will be Tri charge of Barclay W. Fox, head of the Anchor Motor Freight Corp. of

Hillside Hobby and Sport Shop, 1303 -—-Liberty—-Avehue "Hobby - Craft, Sporting Goods and, Accessories. Jackets aiid ^Uniforms made to^ “Order.'WA 3-3895. ' . ' tf"

Iron Railings entitled “So . in Christ! SuMdy.

Mattresses Renovated iU WAverly 8-4280 for FREE estl- , m ate to renovate (rebvhld) your ' attres6 like new, (SAME DAY | . ERVICE). MATT-REST PRODUCTS • 1275 Liberia? Ave.

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E S S Work & Driveways! . But rather th< CONCRETE SIDEWALKS. Asphalt Driveways: Estimates Cheerfully dom of God;' and all these things Given. Joseph A. Policastro, General shall IM l added unto (m il v (Luke Contractor. Tel. WA 3-7853. 1309 12-29-31). Also emphasizing the ^importance White street. of looking to Soul, God father than ASPHALT driveways, parking areas, to mammon for happiness, a cor­ alterations and masonry work; relative passage to be ' lead from time payments. M. Cod§lla,' 1111 •^Science—and Health with Key to Woodruff Ave., Hillside, EL 2-5961, !he Scriptures’’ by Mary. Baker .Ed-J dy states (60:29*31) :'^6oul has in* finite resources With/which to bless mankind, and happiness would be Moving & Trucking more’ readily •'‘’“attained and -would Moving & Trucking, 422 Yale be .mote: secure in _dur:keeping, if | m J W m . No job too small songhtJiuSoul.”____ large. Shore' trips a specialty. % . Elizabeth A v e n u e Presbyterian Pet Shops Church, Rev, Dr. Arthur Northwood, pastor* ENJOY a. m th e Tropio&l Fish • Sunday morning service .10 a.m„ Center of Hillside. A great assort­ ment of fancy tropicals, Aquariums, Accessories, Bird Dept. Boxer Pup­ pies, Fresh horsemeat. Free Deliveiy, Hollywood P et and Supply Co., 1279 Liberty Ave. Opp. Prince­ The topic of Mr. Ossmann’s ser­ ton Ave. WA 3-2991'. mon on Sunday morning a t 10:00 £ Puppet Entertainment ;aJhV®Tlt be.C-Jph Small Begin­ nings’’. Morning Worship through Puppet entertainment provided for Sunday, September- 4th, will be All occasions. W rite 155 Virginia from 10:00 a.ni.-ll :00 a.m., and S t, Hillside, N. J. Church School .from -9-9 :45 a u n ._,

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The exhibit *-is accompanied by state "safety education aides, .who broadcast" accident-prevention tips view spectators to test their aware­ ness mi-safety principles and-dfsfr& bute literature. Much of their work

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[history and far-reaching ap^___Iand exhibitions, El orado wasn’t discovered until the] H__ons of .injection plastics was ar yeai prosperity hit us. discussed at a meeting of -the Hill The ...honor .n f providing—the— f-irst ,jiM^JRotaiy-£llub---Tuesday-At -the f the money. tournaments seems Wmfielcl „Scott Hotel by Albert Hoelzl, president of the Eagle- Tool a n ? Machine Co., of Evans Termi­ n a l Starting with the invention-of

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the start of injecting thermoplastic and Live campaign sponsored by That was way back in the early the Governors of the 48 statesa _ 1900s introduction of the proness to the 1-TheGUnion-lthwm^y-fblI®ws:— •• I- ■The--teas-t—a^vyinner- earr pickrupH United States~m 1932( .and the big T u e s d a y a m to 11these days“ ir"$1500-^nd~Tfl wolit "spui I ii this type of liianufactm c p m ; Rahway: 1 to 2. Linden; 2 to have to go the full championship in 1946 3. Roselle: 3 fgtTf, Roselle Park. | four rounds at that. The first $1,- [ Hoelzl show cd the audience what Wednesday—KT^a.rn. to Hrf4br-Hill-+000-fifst-prize-ever won-dropped"hri side; 11:30 to 1, -Elizabeth; 1 to 2,1Walter Hagen’s lap “when he won over shotr a ’complete battery Union; 2 15 to 4, .Kenilworth. r the San Francisco Pan-American j cjjpie ^'typ e i n s railed 6HT ike Thursday—IQ- a.m. to 11.30, | championship in 1916. - That _was a powered submarine,- the Nau■Laggering sum. And it remained. Injection molding grew rapidH j h e - high for another -decade—until I til now more than. 5fip,_ punces1 Friday—10 arm, to--11, Fanwood; -11 j the fjos Angeles open- put up all of HI molded in one operation, Flaim^eldk-Kto 2, Springfield, $5,000 in purses about- 1925 and La overs^gif^y types of applica2:30 to 3:30,- Submit-.-- | :— TTifd Gorce, in Miami Beach,, came along i Police departments in each^miiH Vith Ta $18,000 open. And that, by The speakerSfqld of .the early^^benicipality will- - select the ' place kthe way, was won by another New l Yintilngyvof plastics in the Newark where the exhibtfrivlll be parkod, Jerseyite, J^ h n f^ Farr ell, ~ Hal- area. His firm•stai-ted-in this sec­ From Bummft^tSI display. will go tusrol pro. tion -hf--40i$7- The business needs East- Brunswick qh Saturday. The Thrill .For Sarazen people to visualize parts in the •thirst to-the Middlesex County-Fair-ilsL^For virtua|l^the next 15 years, -dimension-and then be able to see following week it wllKtour Passaic the biggest -pot in-all golf was-the the-results in reverse. Hoelzl told: of County^ . i | -------1------ -------------14929 Agua-~Galiente- open^-Ther-e-l the shortage of—skilled-help -——

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HOOFING,- siding,- alteration, Au­ thorized,. Johns-Manville. applica­ tors. Convenient Terms. Up .to 5 -years—to—payr—Menrber—of~Betterr' Business Men’s Bureau of Union ’-Mr, L_,W. Gxotta,-Vice-President pearse Construction Co., 1394 Stuy- of the Hatfield Wire & Cable Divi­ vesant AVenue, Union. MU 8-2781. sion of Continental Copper & steel Industries, Inc., today announced BUY AN D HOLD that effective. August 12 1955, the U . S. SAVINGS BONDS manufacture Company’s JSast l

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To Vote Sept. 12 ForNe\V Officers

^ Robert W.' Kean, Jr., president jqf *—7—■ th.e Elizabethtown Water Company i view of. the obligation, to consumers Consolidated,. Elizabeth, r-last week I vested In our legislative franchise, -notified- the Water .Policv and Su£-1 and the now so apparent threat.-to .ply Council' of the Mflt.e. P^®-.riij^Q^h,uire-.suppIles,-we-J!ind-iLhe=. m m ttBattle, Mrs. Frank m i Lunaoi uullon- "and- Eco>much further sits ^ 5 ran g te® a, Charles Nloket: •Development that his edmsoft, Mr. Qolfiberg, U ania tJh! and lbadhLends ter apply for addjtionrefreshment. Atthw “We consider .this, action tnls of water. Kean’s letter vitallyE^ecessary-if we ara.ti Kreszl, Edwh-. -Vroom, Mrs. Msflli, P.elff.. ffiwerfi Bayno, Joseph im p adequately/.To served tj quirements" of our-* consumer ibi5dwloz ar.S Harold Tehkln- era pbre d its $50,000 in prize money foi* grata, Mr. ’Wlnsteatj, William s&nl. to make possible”healthy gfo1 the parade of golf stgrs at Shackathe territories for which. w y/oo&, Oarnien. j, .Ferrigno and’Jo­ maxon: nekt monthr big 'money tends shortly. file responsible.” seph Madab; and tickets, waiiam" eyents in all ’ the East were- few Newman.. Mrs. Ponald Haley Ar. w& may proceed with our plans for I thuc Chase, Edward Jo! years like 1934-35-36-37 when** fel- j development of the Raritan' River seph Lavoai. Fred Sekley, Albert low like Sarazen earned all of $2966 watershed. ‘ A .K E I T - E A S Y SchSen and M. J, Fruehter.’ ‘ _ in prize money one year and W ild! “Grants of -water approved' by special plhs also are planned to Bilt Mehlhonv was a big shot with, your Council, have in the past made n R iv ^ i^ rT o r be presented to 12 year olds. * something over $3,000-/ ■' , "possible the healthy existence and! The pros, from ail' around, played growth of th e ‘industries and c o m -! for $5,000 lb a bitter .cold rand ■snow | munities^served-by-U3. rWe ha-ve-al-1 W A L K IN G w ant ads • in the., Lannin Memorial at Salis- ways believed th a t basic water sup-1 WAverly 3-B20? bury-'oneFall, -an-^I^ng-Isiand-.And ad-qf__The largest purse in these parts, zaheth Avenue Presbyterian Church was ‘the $15,000 Palm Beach round robin. ELIZABETH AVENUE A T CHANGELLOB —But, as .duly, noted- times have changed. The touring | pros now A RTH U R NORTH W OO D , Pastor chase ’Over $1,000,000 a year. And .the “Service nf WorsMp und C hurdi School.*SerfiSbhnby Robert G. .Longaker, of Cranford, N. J.

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