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which had the support of both Republi­ cans and Democrats w as evolved. Then Hughes, although in th e midst of the tricky presidential cam paign, got the bond issue going again. This time it was ap­ proved by a tw o-to-tw o margin. The bond issue may well be the m onu­ ment of the Hughes adm inistrations. P ro ­ perly controlled it can mean a dizzying improvement of our educational, tran s­ portation and institutional processes.

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Among re la te d passages to be re ad from the denominational textbook Is the following: 1'Know­ ing that Soul and its »tributes w «re lare v er m anifested through m an, the M aster healed the sick, gave sight to the Wind, hearing to the deaf, feet to the lam e, thud bringing to light the scientific action of the divine Mind on hu­ m an minds and bodies and giving « better understanding oi Soul and salvation." (Science and Health with K ey to the Scrip­ tures by M ary Baker E ddy).

Services begin at 11 a,jn. tQ Church of Christ Scientist, E. Pierrepont & Lincoln Aves., Ru­ therford. All are welcome. WESTMINSTER' UNITED..... P R ES B Y T E R IA N CHURCH The Rev. Lee R. Buadgus Ridge Road and Page Avcnus Telephone: 838-7920 Church going families are hap­ pier tamiiies. REG ULAR SER V IC ES H' Sunday Worship Services — 8:30 and 11 a.m. Sunday Ohurch chool — 9:30 a.m. Classes for all ages. Every Wednesday — 7 p.m. - Junior Choir 8 p.m. - Chancel Choir

Thursday, Nov. 14 — 8 p.m. Trustees Meeting Sunday, Nov. 17 — Youth Fellowship Alumni Din­ ner (time to be announced) Monday, Nov. 18 — 8 p.m. Deborah Circle Tuesday, Nov. 13 — 8 pm. Men’s Club 8 p.m. Council of Churchps 8 pm. P resbytery Meeting Wednesday, Nov. 20 — 9:30 a.m. Dorcas Circle Thursday, Nov. 21 — 8:30 p.m. League of Decent

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R E E D M EM O RIAL UN ITED P R ESB Y T E R IA N CHURCH 281 Stuyvesant Avenue The Rev. David L. Barrett, Pastor . Church telephone: 488-7087 Manse telephone: 088-8872

“ W hy aft thou c a s t down, 0 m y soul? and why a rt thou dis­ ST. THOMAS quieted within m e? hope thou in EPISC O PA L OHURCH G od: for I shall y e t praise tym, Stuyvesant & Forest Aves. w ho is the health of m y c o u n ts Lyndhurst, N. J. n ance, and m y God." Rev. Coval T. Grater, Rector T h is confident expression of Office Phone: 438-5888 fa ith from Psalm 42 is included in th e Bible Lesson-Sermon titled SUNDAY SER V IC ES 1st 3rd — “Soul and Body’’ to be re ad in 8 a.m. Morning Prayer, Holy a ll Christian Science churches Communion th is Sunday.

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Sunday School—0 a.m. ra u rr Service— • and I0:38'a-m. P R ESB Y T E R IA N CHURCH Lather League: 2nd and 4th day Ridge Road 8 Ilford Avena* of Montn, 7:00 p.m. Rev. Henry C. Kreutnar Alpha Omega: 4th Mooday of Pastor month, 8:80 p.m. 801-8404 Men’* Club: 1st Monday jf the CONGREGATION Worship Service*, 9 * n a.m. month, 8 :0 0 p.m. » B ’NAl IS R A E I _ Child Care at both service*. Church Council: 2nd Monday of 780 Kearny Avenue, Keamy Church School — month, 8:00 p.m. Sidney Bogner, Rabbi Nursery thru 8th Grade, 9 a.m. Church Bowling League: .E ve ry Synagogue : Phone 998-3818 In Parish House. Tuesday, 8:80 p.m. BILTM O RE PEN TECO STAL Junior High. Senior High and A>Ladies Guild: 3rd Wednesday ol 119 Blltmore Street duTt CUmes immediately follow- montn, h:uu p.m. Rev. Joseph V. Lattell, hig 9 a.m. Service. Pre-Oonfirmatiop Class Each Sunday, November 24 — Wednesday, 8:80 p.m. Q U EEN OF P E A C E CHURCH Thanksgiving Service a n d Bap- Thursday, 7:00 p.m. North Arlington. N. J . tisms — 11a.m . — — Senior Choir: Each Thursday at Very Rev. Msgr. Thomas J . Sermon: "Thankful Enough To Confirmation Class: Each Touhy, Pastor Dance” 8:00 p.m. Rev. Joseph M. Quinlan Child c a re at both services niurch Social Club: 3rd SaturRev. Joseph J. Laudati 10 a.m. Membership Orientation announced.

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ST. M ATTHEW’S EVA N G ELICA L LUTHERAN p.m. CHURCH , CONFESSIONS — • Valley Brook Avenue at Saturdays and Eves of Holi­ Travers Place days • 8-4, 7-8 Reverend Ernest Q. Lindner, ■Thursday before First FrldayPastor 8-4, 7 * O FFIC E : 295 Travers Place BA PTISM S — PH O N E: 9391134 Sunday at 2:00. Advance no­ Sunday Services — 9:15 and tice required 10:45 a.m. NOVENA — Sunday School — 9:16 a.m. Miraculous Medal Novena • Holy Communion — Sunday fcvery Monday night at 1:15 of month at 9:15 a.m. and 3rd Sunday at 10:45 a.m. Church Activities Calendar — ST. M IC H A EL'S R . C. CHURCH Voting Members Meeting: 1st Ridge Road and Page Avenue Monday at 8 p.m. Rev. Ladislaus J . WllczewaU, he Altar Guild; 1st Tuesday Pastor at 8 p.m. Rev. Martin Joseph Silver Ladies Aid Society: 2nd ThusSunday Masses: 7:00, 8:08, 8KM, day at 8 p.m. 10:00,11:80 Confirmation Class I: Tuesday Weekday Masses: 7:08, 7:80, at 4 p.m. 8 :0 0 Children’s Choir: Wednesday at 7 p.m. Rehearsal FIR ST OHURCH Church Choir: Wednesday at O F CHRIST SCIEN TIST 8 p.m. Rehearsal ft Pierrepont & Lincoln Aves.« Confirmation Class II: Thurs­ Rutherford, New Jersey day at 4 p.m. or

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Edith K. Tix T hiele, 72. late of 260 Forest Avenue, LyndhOrst. cKcd suddenly at Hackensack Hoa ST PA CL'» pital November 13. Bom in T e x ­ EPISC O PA L CHL’RCH a s, Mrs. Thiele lived in Hoboken and in Union City before com ­ Sunset Avenue aad York Road ' North Arlington, N. i. ing to Lyndhurst nine years ago. I I a.m. Morning Prayer She was predeceased by her The Rev. Frederick C. Fox. IH Mid-Week Services — Priest in (ftarge 10 am . Wednesday*, Morning husband, R ichard A. in 19a2 and Office phone: 8*1-7188 a daughter, E dith A. Ferguson, Prayer, Holy Communlo« Rectory phone: 881-3137 in 1967. 1st Monday of the month Survivors a re three daughters. 8 p.m. Vestry meeting FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. E lsie Nappi, Fairvtesr, 1st Tuesday the month — — OF ARIIN flTQ SI Mrs. V era Lagom arsino. F o r t ~ 8 p.m. Woman's Guild 650 Kearny Avenue Reading, N.J.; Mrs. Ek-a.iorr Every Thursday — Kearny, New Jersey Wilkersoa, Dover; and one son, 7;30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal The Rev. Robert E . Stetson, Richard C. of C arteret; 14 g ra n d ­ Minister children and two g r e a t - g r a n d ­ UNITARIAN SOCIETY children. 70 Home and Amet Avenues Services from Steever F u n eral Joseph Gesek Phone: 883-8738 Home were held November 16 a t 11:00 a.m. - Sunday Service Joseph Gesek, 15, 429 Post Ave­ 10 a.m. Interm eht w as in H oly nue, Lyndhurst, died suddenly 10:80 a.ra. - Church School Cross Cemetery, North Arlington. -aHSItr M ary's Hospital November and Nursery 12. He is. survived by his parents, LY N D H U R ST H EBR EW Mr. a.td Mrs. C asim er Gesek, Peter Burns v C EN T ER two sisters, Mi's. Rodger Agnoli P e ter Burns of 1(54 Bathurst of Clifton and Eliza'jeth, a t hi me 888 Valley Brook Avenue tivfflw y Ai'ting lan , ,rl i g tl Stuyvesant Avenue, Lyndhurst November 13 a t C lara Mastss Eva Kundracky, sam e address. Rev. David S. Barbaiatt, Rabbi Memorial Hospital, Belleville, of A High Mass of Requiem was a long illness. He w as 62. Study: 438-8088 said at' St; M ichael's B.C. Church Ppm ¡ft Scotland, Mr. B u r n s November 1&. Interm ent w as rrr Home: 939-3184_______ came to the United States som e Holy Cross Cemetery, N o r t h LYNDHURST UNITED 48 years ago. He lived in H a rri­ Arlington. Funeral arrangem ents M ETHODIST CHURCH son and Kpam y before moving to were by Waldo J. Ippolito Funer­ Stuyvesant and Tontine Aves. • N orth Arlington 2% years ago. al Home, r Rev. George Freed He was a m achine inspector Pastor for W ebern E lectric Com pany, Promotions Listed <07 T o n t i n e A V c . MX-HO*» Kearny. Sunday Services — He leaves h»s wi!S, Mrs. M ar­ A t Peoples Trust . 8:45 a.ra. Church Schoc! garet Howard B um s; two sons, The Board of D irectors of Peo­ 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship Jam es of K eam y and P e ter of ples Trust Company has approv­ 8:00 p.m. Youth Folk Choir North Arlington; two daughters, ed promotions of several officers Rehearsal ¡Mi's. P a tric ia Steinbrick of Haz- and appointments of staff mem­ 7:00 p.m. Jr.-Senior M YF let and Mrs. M argaret R obertson bers to official positions: 1st Monday - 8 p.m. Official o | Keam y; two brothers, Ja m es 'Robert W. Gleason, J r ., to vice Board Bum s of North Arlington ' a n d president. T rust Investm ent Dept Monday — R obert Bum s of Bricktown; two Eugene F. Crescentini, to nvarket 8:30 p.m. Aldersgate Youth sisters. Mrs. Isabel Jacobus asid research officer, Staff Services Choir Mrs. M argaret O’Neill, both of Division; William T. Dieffenbach Wednesday — K eam y; and U grandchildren. to assistant vice president, Busi­ " T lie fonerai w as SatuK tay-from ness DeVflspfflrat ^ D ep a n m m tr 4th Monday - 8 p.m. Men’s Club the Reid Home for Funerals, 585 Edward ^. Sheridan, Jr., to 3rd Saturday - 7:80 p.m., SF Belgrove drive, K eam y, with a branch m anager, Englewood Fa ll Festival — M ass of Requiem in O ur L a d y Ci'ffs; John E- Hem rick, to ,a s ­ Que«n*of P eace Church. B u rial sistant m anager, PaFamus; Rob­ RU TH ERFO RD w as in Holy Cross Cemetery. ert Tolle to assistant m anager, BA PTIST CHURCH 210 Main Street Office; Richard Pastor John Dexter Greenleal Mayer to assistant officer, Engle­ Phone: 438-879S wood Cliffs; Florence K. MacMrs. G ertrude E . ( T e g g ) Avay to assistant officer, Main “ The Church of Frankland, 84, of 300 Stuyvesant and Essex Office; and Paul W. the Royal Welcome” Ave., Lyndhurst, died Nov. 10 a t Welch, Jr., to assistan t officer, — TH E LO RD ’S DAY — her home following a short ill­ Palisades-Englewood Office, 9:45 a.m. - Bible School 11:00 a.m. • Morning Worship, ness. , Youth Fellowship Mrs. Frankland. bom in Fyler, N.Y., cam e to L yndhurst 40 Vets of W o rld W a r I 7:00 p.n). • Evangelistic Ser­ Kirigsland B arracks 3407 install vice years ago. _____ Sh? retired in 1955 ¡from ed Alfred F. Z m dlpr as Cam Wednesday * 8:00 p.m. • Hour of Blessing B am berger & Co. Newark. M rs. mander; Conrad Michaelson, Sr. F rankland was a hospital aide a t vice com m ander; T hom as MoniLA TTER DAT SAINTS both the P resbyterian Hospital in sero, Jr., vice comm ander. Jos­ Newark and the E a s t Orange Ve­ eph Ehrlick, judge advocate; OF JE S U S C H RIST A. E . Stark*. Pastor tera n ’s Hospital. She w as a m em ­ JohnK reig, chaplain; Dominick Services Every Sunday at the ber of the Rutherford Chapter of Morrone, adjutant; Stephen GoAdonlram Masonic Temple the Gold S tar Mothers and a t­ lembiewski, quarterm aster; Geo. 821 Second Ave., Lyndhurst tended W estm inster Presbyteri­ Liptak, sgt.-at-arm s, and J o h n Senna, Charles W alters and M. 10:00 a.m. - Church School an Church of Lyndhurst. 11:00 a.m. - Preaching Service She is survived by f i v e MJEarchem, trustees. Jchn Miller Dept: Quarterm asChristian B r o t h e r s Faculty daughters, Mi’s. Joseph Kist of H oum . 200 Ridge Road, W Y 1- Virginia Beach, Va., Mrs. Isa ­ ter and his sta ff did the instalia0235. belle Bellevue of Chester, Mrs. tion. Visiting guests were Com­ Orammar School, 81 Church PL, John Meinwiaser and Mrs. R ay­ missioner Carucci of Lyndhurst. Carueei welcomed both the B ar­ W Y 8-8222. mond Engesser of Gillette, Mrs. High School, Rutherford Place, Milton B ayer of Lyndhurst; three acks and Auxiliary. O ther guests W Y 8-8223. sons, David of L as Vegas. Nev.. were Anthciny Spinelli, 'adj. Vet. Donald of Wayne. Edward of Alliance VFW 3549, Rev. John Harold Jacom b Taylor Los Angeles, Calif.; one sister, Klipper, Dept. Chaplain, Charles H arold Jacom b Taylor, a form­ Mrs. Winifred Bruce of Kirkville, Nelson, Com. B arracks 1616. After the installation of the e r resident of L yndhurst, died N.Y.; 23 grandchildren and 23 Barracks the Ladles Auxiliary Nov. 12 in G arden City Haspi- g reat grandchildren. tall, Garden City, Mich., a fte r a Funeral services were f r o m officers w ere installed by Dept. Chief of Staff Florence DeBlieck: brief illness. Rev. George H. the Steever Funeral Home. Irene Bousquet, president, serv­ F reed Of United P resbyterian ing her third term ; Lillian Had­ Church, Lyndhurst, conducted services for Mr. T aylor before his Catherine Ann Burnett den, sr. vice president; AntoinCatherine Ann Burnett, 15; L36r_ e)te Morrine, jr. vice president; interm ent in Hillside Cemetery. Steever Funerail Home w as in Stuyvesant Avenue, LymJ'Piurst, Mrs. M ary Ehrlick, secretary; died suddenly November 12 aVilie Ms. W inifred Davis, ehajsfflW r charge of arrangem ents. M r. Taylor w a s 79 years old. scene of an accident. Surviving Ms. John Senna, conductress, He w a s a retired forem an of the a re her parents, Mr. and M rs. and M argaret Kriston, treasur­ United Cbrk Company w h i c h Robert Burnett; a brother Wiley; er; Guests were Dept. M ag B ear­ er Rose R utt, Mrs. Roessner, once occupied th e Pemick Chemi­ and four sisters; The funeral was on Friday, No­ Aux. 1761 olf Bloomfield; v i c e cal Co. site on New York AVenue. Mr. T aylor i§ survived by a vem ber 15 from Waldo J. Ippoli­ president Helen Wolf, Post 139 brother, Cecil of M assachusetts, to Funeral Home w ith a High American Legion. A luncheon was served, follow­ and a daughter, Mrs. Henry Mass of Requiem at Sacred Klein of W estland, Mich., where H eart R. C. Church. Interm ent ed by dancing and fellowship. The next m eeting will be Dec, he h a d lived alfter leaving Lynd­ w as in Holy Cross Cemetery, 8, 1968. North Ariington. hurst eight years ago.

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The last football gam e of the high school. It was announced seaSori was played o ver the week- that Rick B ryant w'K be the WB9-. end The score was Glen Ridge'S! 70 varsity captain.

T he Membership Dept, of the Lyndhurst Junior W oman's Club held a TTifne a s In th*. recent North Arlington la s t a t the hom e-otjic-tliairm aji..v'i. HaiTMfiiV'IKSCii"’gam e; SSOf M rs. Frank PczzaUa. Fern Ave.. buys «ere thi> victors by an 18-0 Lyndhurst, last F riday morning. score. Maity W W i!i.ti«atwas acT h e ( nlirc membership, plus claim ed the most valuable play­ new and prospective m em bers er in the game w ere alerted between 8 and 9 A. Wins and losses for the varsity, M. to "come as they w ere". F our junior varaily and Viking fresh, teen lpdies attended. Fines ■.ill be posteli on 'lie bulletin w< iv levied for applying m akeup, bonrtl in the main corridor. etc. before attending. The nion.'y Hm y >mii heard ' h a t T elry Gu ('otfrrted from violntonr w ilt h r 1¡nllis represented N.A.H.S at used to defray expenses of the the New Jersey Chem ical Coun­ Membership Departm ent. cil f .iHuan last ThtlVwiity in Al a meeting T hursday by Prr.ct;m n? This is in leed an the ■Membership and Internatim v. a] Relations D epartm ents at the Thi father-son football dinner home of Miss Arleen Morehou-.e was i:eid Tuesdav’ ight at t h e P a rk Avo-i fttam. discussed /o r an international Buffet Supp e r ,n January. New and pros- p a r e n h J Q H e a r pectivc mem bers will sj-onsor the Dr. John Seymour < affair.

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Lee Riffe of Upper S a d d l e 25 a t . 8:30 p.m. a t the Coronet, SINGLE +90 R iver was elected president of Irvington.' / Dr. Seymmir, Professor of Psy­ th e Builders Asso ¡at ion o f . N u rt.hci'n New Je rse y at the organi­ chology at Montclair State Coll­ 1 0 0 % D A C R O N P O L Y E S T E R Q U IL T S zation's meeting Nov. 6 . \ _ ege anil Assistant Clinical ProUnited Community Riffe, who is a p artn er in die Merged W it h T.A., construction firm of D urante & lessor-of Psychiatry at. the N.J. Riffe, Kamscy, succeeds Man- College nf Medicine, is president The United Community Fund Son To Hylands ueJ J. Gibbs of Lyndhurst. Gibbs oi the Essex County Ps-c.hologi$1,827,618 in Yuletide savings National Community Bank is and Council has announced that P A T C H W O R K C O V E R L E T Q U IL T S Mr, and Mrs. Richard Hyland beenmes chairm an of the Board da! .Association His topic will a rc being mailed to 32,212 Na- mailing out their Christm as Club the Travelers Aid Society was of Directors. be: "The Psychodynam ics of Ad- of Green Rmik announce t h e tional Community Bank Christ- checks early in November. m erged with the United CommuO thers elected were Esko J. justm ent to a change in Marital birth of their first child, Richard -------m as Club m em bers. 'M em bership clubs ra n g e from . . . A „ ‘ -^ trs.t^ rT m ’-T O R r p i^ - r tT a T lr li'r AVOID THE LAST M INUTE RUSH w i t a i n r s ^ i i r i ^ s s ™ r “ 5o J'. ident will conduct- ashort busi- set Hospital, Somerville. T h e slated that thus.year's Christm as week. National Community Bank ««»» * r f i r * ' vice president: Jam es LAY-AWAY NOW FOR TH E HOLIDAYS to which all mother is the fanner Patricia Club savings distribution w a s .Christmas -Club m em berships for , „ ^ ^ 0 ra. I eone of Teajieck, second v ie r ness meeting, Kelly of North Arlington. president; Aldo B arasi of F o rt single parents a re invited the g re atest sum ever mailed out 3969 are being offered now by all ^ in lie B ank's 73 y e ar history. 19 offices; in Rutherford, Ridge- » ^ ^ ^ 1%8 ^ in tl)e I es-.s, T reasurer; and R aym ond F a v a ro p t New Milford, s ecre^ « e h y e ar," Miv Staehle—saidr \vood. Midîaî® 'P ai'k , consolidation, the United Coiii- l ai y. Carl T. Buscher of N o r ­ "the im portance of regularly de- Teaneck, F a ir Lawn, Ridgefield, munity Fund Inform ation ' a n d wood Will continue as Executive posited or system atic savings Garfield, E ast Paterson, L y ti ’dReferral Service staff will ser­ D irector of the Association. seems to become m ore important, hurst, Carlstadt, E ast Rutherford vice people who have travelers Chosen for 3-year term s on the As is I lie custom each year.. North Arlington and WaJlington. P ro b le m s . B oard of D irectors were George Organized in 1920 and located A. Costa. Mauro C Greco, Rich-.. in Pennsylvania Railroad Station ^ rd T. Higgins, Peul I injur- mobile peo[)li‘ and ga've infornia- c t-'tt rnt?mbers, departm ent employees have been cd woman, in shock and bleeding tiori, direction and referral to awarded company citations f o r from head cuts, from the smash- <-ommunity resources for piwple A re a Students A t adm inistering first aid treatm ent ed vehicle to safety. After they in transit. Beneficiaries of their * V . ,t . . . .' -.- L___ ! to a woman injured in an auto- removed the front se a t of thé services were the aged^ the han­ Berkeley School mobile accident on Route 46 in car, they placed her on it, cov- dicapped, children traveling aAmong studenls of The BerkeLittle F erry. ered her with a blanket, and lone ami o ther ipersons wlio ex- ley Scliools of New York City The employees a re repairm an calm ed her while administering pcrienccd unforsecn difficulties and E ast Orange, participating William Chalmers. 26 of 3!K iirst aid. while traveling. in a recent dude ranch weekend Spring DeM Avenue, Rutherford, They helped the Little F e rry a t Roaring Brook Lodge at Lake SERVICES New travel patterns in the NewMusic Instruction Alterations and installer Kevin E. DeMarco, p a^e e D epartm ent place the. in-G eorge were : —-Miss Linda Mor­ ^ i 23, of 41-D Sycam ore Road, C!if-. jured woman in an ambulance, ark m etropolitan area however, elia of 424 Lake Ave.; Miss Carol A. TU R IELLO & SON ton. Both work in the company's an(j s he w as taken to Hacken- have influence the use of the Scelsa of 37 Jackson PI. both ¡if Comolor.e H om e im p ro v e m e n t! Newark Pcnnsylvaniar Railroad Lyndhurst, mid Miss B arbara ZiHackensack district plant depart- s l S i T l t o s W a T f o ^ A ddition« D o rm e rt “ D o - It- Y o u r s e lf! CkarftQ«« - F in is h e d B as*m enta Station for long distance travel mcnt. m e n t. oinskn, daughter of Mr. ¡and Mrs. and A t t i c * 'jpurposes. In contrast with 'a K itch e n s M od ernized The men were traveling west Deputy Chief A. J. Heubel Ifenry Ziemski, 40 Elm St., North WALL COVERING A lu m in u m S id in g A Roofing A unique method created P lu m b in g H e a tin g o r Route 46 last June 19 when the Little F e rry Police Depart­ num ber of y e ars ago. there has Arlington. All a re 1968 graduates A lu m in u m D o o rs 4 W in d o w s Lyn d h vrsi DeMarco saw ,a truck and c a r m ent commended the two tele­ been a trem endous increase in of Our Lady Queen of P eace High 414 F o re s t A ve. “ ' y | ¿ ”f o R GEneva 8-3663 collide a t the Little F e rry traffic phone men in ¿"’letter for their the number of people who travel School, North Arlington. E l e c t r i c a l S u p p lie s LYNDHURST FLOOR circle. T he right side of the car "very able assistance in a time in and ouf of Newark and. nor­ thern New Jersey by- automobile LaCORTE BROS. Sinks, Bath Tub», Toilet*, was sm ashed, and a woman sit­ o | em ergency." COVERING ftlL H N U . A L T E R A T I O N S and by air. T h e decrease in the Basin« A Electrical Supplies. ting on the passenger side had a Djit io n s ED SUDOL 65« RIDGE RD Composer and Arranger for Bathroom Vanities made to A! L T Y P E S OF Both Chalm ers and .DeMarco .num ber of long distance travelslumped over the front seat. PO RCH E N C L O S U R E ® a i d e r s using Pennsylvania Stafcb G E 8-0244 W IN C O W S A DOOR» Cleff » Century • Hentag* order. "" • ■ , DeMarco and .C halm ers park- have completed the first W E IN S T A L L by has sharply decreased the need ed their truck and run lo the training course sponsored and Schultert Music Co. oI D u Po n t V i n y l Coated Pipes Cut 4 rhreaded 4 A lu m in u m Sid in g for Travelers Aid Society servic­ sreiie with a first aid kit. The New Jersey Bell. New York City. L ife tim e ttuc*e***-ee To O tier es in the station.. C A IJL

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And there’s Susan Brown. She*s brought Mary Lou up all alone—her daddy was killed in the war. Susan’s a slight little thing, but a pillar o f ‘Strength. And if you ask her, she’i not at all ashamed to „ admit:-¿he leans all right —¡on the strength of God.

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SATURDAY; $t Joseph's At Queen 01 Peace Corner on Sports I

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Tom* River has a torment. The are tar from patrie* this yea Pfttemon O-ntrai It, the only high school team there probably Is the beit In Jersey. There other team — bettkit-K l.y iH lh u r n t are enough juniors on the squad — that i» tn lo « p a r . Ho th e to insure another championship Lvndhurst losne* are not as bad as they look when you look at tlw team next year. teams the Bears have Tom« River is growing l i k e kind d U'liiu.1 hua heen Inree.l L. enrolinter'— ... — mad. A i hern butt; And the powers that MONTCLAIR A’COMIN! Is- are busily engaged bi dividing Montclair Stale means to be­ lhe student body. There are cries of protest. Ov­ come a football power. Make no er 150 parents recently attended mistake about that. The varsity a meeting of the Board of Edu- this year showed signs of emer­ ration to express their horror ov­ ging from the status of the un­ er the iMHslbillty their lined «Hies derprivileged. And next year a may be transferred to the new frosh team of great promise will turn loose some real talent for school. It seems pretty _USUiy ! ° hear the varsity'. The frosh this year defeated fathers and muthers bemoan tfie fact their “ boys" may be forced Rutgers, Easj Sfroudsberg State, Central Connecticut State and t.i attend a strain», new sclw o l^ . are \ery g o o ft especially since the “ boys” are generally the huskiest, fastest teams — and beating liutgers and most aggrmstvr boys hi Among the frosh hopefuls are llio system. But the parents want their kids Bob Brewster and Ron tiara, lo stick hi the present school so from Westfield and Somerville, that they can play their beloved respectively. Larry Adams, an all-state tackle at Caldwell and timbal! next year. And that is the quandary Toms Bob litisignuolo of Bloomfield al so were standouts. River finds itself in this year.

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LYNDHURST'S SEASON Ranked among the 10 best of New Jersey Iasi year Lyndhurst this year has failed to win a game, has scored but a single touchdown and is experiencing one of its worst seasons. What happened? Well, Lyndhurst lost most of Its line and backfield. And there just wasn’t the good material on hand this year. A second misfortune that over­ look Lyndhurst was the quality of the opposition. The Passaic Valley Conference in which I.ynd hurst plays is tills year as strong as any league in New Jersey. It limy l>e stronger. On Saturday Clifton took over lhe Montclair eleven. It is true that Montclair is not up lo its usual standards, but it always plays the hardest and smartest football in New Jersey. Garfield, which probably will win the conference title, is as strong as any team in the state and would give Toms River a run for its money. East Paterson, Paterson East Side and Passaic, LOOK SMOOTH! N o w Y o u Can Have UNWANTED H A IR REM O VED

THOSE ANNOUNCERS! To hear the radio and television people tell it the only football players in the country are Brian Dowibig, the Yale quarterback, and O. .1 Simpson, the Southern California flash. Because he is just tremendous t ill Hill, the big Yale fullback, gets his name mentioned once hi a while. But nobody ever men­ tions tlie great line that does the work to spring Simpson loose. No doubt about it. Dowing is good. But how good would he be if he didn’t have Hill al his side. At six feet three and 228 pounds, Hill has a sprinter’s speed anil the power of a bull. He is big enough to take Dowl­ ing’s high passes and he is then strong enough and fust enough to take the passes in for touch-

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Howard C. Liddle, J r ., son o , touchdown. The Golden final .touchdown. Tht Bears went for a f i r s t down with.,, Police Chief atid Ml-*. Liddle o a fourth and short yardage a t Lyndhurst, won the Pebble C m * Open four ball championship in their 30 and failed team play for Saint Leo College, _ T hree running plays gave E ast St. Leo. Forida. The event took Paterson a 'first and 10 at the place at Pebble Creek C ounuy Lyndhurst 20. On fir it down, Rus Club in St. Petersburg on Oct. 25 cm spotted Nagle open near the to 27. Playing with Ja m es Dyer, Lyndhurst goal line fm 20 >«lils file winning scores for tfte three and a TD. rouiids were 70-65-65. Individual The loss was the Gulden Bears scores w ere 77-74 and 75 for a total of 227 for Dyer and 74-77 and eighth of the season 72 for a total 223 for Liddle. The young men won individual

Glen Ridge “Takes” Vikings In Final The Vikings had it all wrapped up. The game. A tie for the con­ ference title. AH nict and cozy. Unfortunately it was only the tnird q u a rte r and jibe fourth had » yet "to c o m e '“ ' .......... But North Arlington entered "hp -fourth -with 3 19-1$ lead ov*M Glen Ridge and the Vikings were determ ined to hold it.

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(LIKTO N R EFU SES Clifton has one of the biggest high schools In New Jersey pre­ cisely because the football-mind ed of that city do not want the playing strength of the boys ditI used. There Is no doubt the division of students damages the football quality of a high school. Rutherford, once a powerhouse jn New Jersey footbath began lo descend as Lyndhurst, East R " therford and Wood-Ridge got t-i.eir own higli schools. The decline in Rutherford be­ came even more* precipitous when SI. Mary’s opened and be­ gan to field a football team. Just _,epougli hoys were recruited from the ranks of the public high school to make both teams me­ diocre. Lyndluusl escaped complete disaster when Sacred H e a r t Church decided to confine Its pa­ rochial s c h o o l to elementary grades. Even at that Queen of Peace has managed to get some excel!( lid players from Lyndhurst. And, of course, Queen of Peace has stolen from North Arlington High School's Vikings some play­ ers who could make the differi nee between fair season and a spectacular one. Thus the Toms River problem, while comic in a grlsy kind of way, is not to be sniffed at. Foot­ ball means much' to a connmui fly and anything affecting the fortunes of the team Is nol to be taken lightly.

Rn*t Paterson c o w l oowj«»--urt iron) f*rntory to the ko their tt)dc JhMiitory th<; E ast P aterson ««cored o n c e j» # 4 JH each of the first two q uarters for Gohlen B ears’ goal This time a 14-0 halftime lead. The lim­ they began on their. 41 and iting of Nagle helped sustain hoth gr.mnfl oui 5i> yaitls in e i g h t plays. A Nagle inn of 12 a n d a Tt> drives. T he winners m arched S2 yards 14-yard |ia-s hy Ruscin g ave the oil 14 plays in th“ first period visiiiirs a first down at the Lynd­ with m il Pedhoirtzky getting the hurst 18. From there Ruscin onimr-frrinwir tm a one-YWd run A nivtod with Nagle for 18 yards 13-yaid run by Nagle was the and a touchdown, touol à scom pss third quartbig gainer. * T } * t J u s t before the end of the or. hast Paterson capitalized on halj the Crusaders ag ain march- a Lyndhurst gamble to score its

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But Glen Ridge (¡cored twice in the final quarter a n d walked off with a « to 1» trium ph. It w as an unbeaten season for Glen Ridge. And it m eant the North jr r s e y CwtferWK* .Titttv.... The Vikings, who finished third in -tiie - league with a 5*2 m ark, took the 19-18 lead when they m arched 68 yards in 13 plays af-

Paul Promoted Ralph E. P a u l, 21, son <>f Mis Kclith Paul, 138 Maple S t r e e t , K earny, was promoted -to Army specialist five Oct. 'Jo w hife serv i n g a s a technical controller witty lhe 2nd Signal Group, near Long Binh, Vietnam.

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Tom Oassolinl then falljs'd far solim went 73 yards with the sion against the visitors from Hudson Catholic after the kickoff return a fte r QP had Hudson County. But Pawelko, Riposta and Joe Quecnsmetn w ere home free. Cas- scored. _1_ Bruno got t‘he scoring done earlly enougil to make su re that Hud­ son Catholic would be way out 111 110 of contention by the tim e t li e third period rolled around. Paw elko scored the first anil fourth touchdowns on runs X «M ‘. k ! ! ot four and onc-yas-d, respectively, with R iposta going over from five y ard s out. while OUR LIQUOR DEPT. & PHARMACY D EPT. W ILL B n in o T a c e d lsy a rriff'to p a y rttrf. BE OPEN TILL 1 P.M. THANKSGIVING DAY Tom Noorue kicked th ree of four extra point efforts in the first P E O P L E ' S two sesstans. PHARMACY, inc. R iposta scored e arly in t h e fourth period op a 16-yard ryu. " ¿fix Ilidfc»* fill., corner Valley Brook Ave., I-viulhmsl, N. tor his second tally of the" gam e 1 WMtftg? and a 33-0 lead.

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specialist will be a tte s t Essex A LI. round machinist mod tool vacuum center in Kearny on Sat maker. Aero Precision, 105 Park iinlay to check and repair a 11 Ave Lyndhurst, N .J. 1-U TF model Hoover vacuums. He has PLU M BER MECHANIC, full a y**™ e*lK,r,ence rePalrlnK 20-" tlme. Call »S3 IS*» TF *• Hoovers. Free estimate, gen•_________________ :_____________ uine bags available. 991-1413, 359 E X P E R IE N C E P R E F . W ill con- Kearny Ave.. Kearny. 5-18TF s id e r t r a in e e . (' & J ( ¡ Ia n s Wrrfk*. — —• — -------- > — 1 — »B8 II51I 11-21 S M A IL appliance repairs: sew. / ing machines, toasters, Irons, ' ♦17,Ollfl PLU S R EG U LA R CASH fans, mixers and all other porBONl.'S foi- man over 40 in Soplh table appliances. Fast service. Bergen art«. Take short trios to free estimates. Guaranteed. W. contact customers. Air nvall B. Esse* Vacuum, 359 Kearny ave., A. IMnkerson, Pri*ldent, South l.earny. 991-1413. 813TF western Petrnlcufli Cdrporntlon, K IR B Y VACUUM Cleaner retort Worthy Texas -764,01. pairs and parts. General over Evening'. $14 weekly. Five open haul S2.95 plus parts. Free pickbigs 8:30 to 9:311 PM.Tcm|sirarj' bp and delivery. 13years expeuni.I (lirlstinuB. 795-0200 8 A\1 to rleiicerepairing Kirbyvacuums, * P-M. Phone WY 1-1413 8-10 T F

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rolled a plit with N. Hill J r. roll­ ing 01 for G&H. A PERSO N A L "'S in g le W id o w e d , D iv o r c e d ? " F in d happiness by m eeting someone new F o r a F F t E E c o n fid e n tia l In te rv ie w call I N T R O D U C T IO N S U N L IM IT E D 33 R id ge R d . No. A rlin g to n , 998.7902 V

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¡Private At Your Home Housebreaking, obedience Guard protection; M aster is trained with dog each lesson. German Shepherd our specialty. Results guaranteed. Free consul­ tation. 743-0492

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PlaV: Bears Lians Packere Raidefs Vlldngs Broncos Ram s up 175 W a reh o u e e T ra in e e «0 Chargers 'eia 4. . Trnoee . _____to 4.0 ... 0 Welders*Mechanic Colts 8:30-3 P M Gu.-.rd (O iv e “ ' “T rneo ‘ ‘ rrive. 1.90+ 49’ers ions Loaders 4 U n lo aders Pol,'tion9 2,M) 126

H e a t T r e a t S r o r M a in t W e ld e r 3t-p L a b T e c h / T ra in e e 100 M an agem en t T rn e e - B a n k in q 9) M anger T rn o e .M O ch . In c lin e d 175 N o on -6 P M (O n So cial Sec O K ) D ish w a sh e r A u to m atic M a c h 30 O rder P ic k e r or C h e cke r to 125 O rd er B il l e r . T y p e 135 M essenger D r iv e r 100 R oute D r iv e r __ 115+

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Alfred A. Porro, Jr., special advisor to the United States Comiriissw>n on Marine Science, En­ gineering and Resources appear­ ed with a panel of experts on Nov. 13' 14 and 15 a t WilliamsBoo'kkee0pekr 'p B c . 125 up bur^ ' Virginia. The panel w a s Bo okkeeper f . c . 1 -Oat O ff 1 M sponsored by and p art of, t h e Clerk T y p is t 80 1 Com panion 'Sleep m a r out to 75 program af the National Council C lerical N O T Y P I N G ,40 on Marine Resources and EnginE x e c u tiv e S e c y to V .P . F a c to ry ( W i l l T ra in 18 up) ^ |0 eering Developmemt, respecting ft a r r iio n i C le rica l- T y p e so the multiple use of the coastal Jr . S e c r e ta: r yGa((w,Fr|day ill tr a in ) , yndhurs, 95 , zone. B illin g C le r k - L ite StOno

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O)BF0 F !S A L iHOF°>n^pVR'/yJ W l i ,'£ i{}i» A Y M tN T OF T A X ES AND CH ARO kS F O R T H E Y E A I W t i i A f f e - 1*1110« V f i A R S C O L L E C T O R 'S N O T IC E O F S A L E O F R E A L E S T A T E IO H D E L IN Q U E N T T A X E S N o tic e i t hereby g iv e n that I. N e llie A. C a e ty , CtHe«»oe #f T ax es of the I j rough of E a s t R u th e rfo rd , C o u n ty o t Be rg e n , S ta te o f New Je r s e -. pu rsuant to th e a u th + rlty o f the S t S t u t * 1ft tuch c a te made a n a pro vid ed w ill rn M O N D A Y , D E C E M B E R f , IM S a t 10 o 'clock in the torenoon ot t h a t day, a t th e M u n icip a l B u ild in g , E v e r e t t Place, in th e said ta x iitg d letrlct, axpoee for sa le and tell the s v r r a l tra cts ?nel "« re e ls n f -land e r a ih e f fe r sparlfl^ H , a i of the f ir e t day of J u l y , 1M8, all a i com puted a n th a list on file in m y of I ice. together w ith additional i h t r r e it on t «•,« a m o u n u fro m Ju ly 1 , 1968 to the d a te of eale a n d th a ca s t a f eale. T h e la id lands w i l l be atruek o ff and sold ha redeem ed h afare the ta le by* the p a y m e n t of the am o u n t due tn e raa ft fa d a ta a aff euch red em ption , n r ln c in ç inter»-t a n d c o t t t to eu ch data. T h e follow ing it a description o f tha landa In and o w n e r’» nam ee as r o n .- in e h on the t i. t on f l u in m v we#lo, •--«•her w ith th a total a m o u n t due thareo n, aa com puted to J S I y 1, 1969. T h e nam es show n a re a t they a p p e a r m th a T a * O u p llca t« and do not n e c e tta r ily m ean th a t thaea partly p a r tl* a a ra tha preaent o ow w n e rs of the p r rp e rty , A F T E R T H E F I R S T P U B L I C A T I O N 0 * T »4 lg ‘ L IS T . T H E C O L L I S T CH* ^ Ig - ^ ^-lA.-AjJTJiOg U fcfc-JO...... *TV TO BE OrrCREO _ S A L 8 O N L Y U P O N RECEIPT BE r A S H Or- C E R T I P I B ED C CH ECK. Lo t B lo c k 0 » H » 4 iie n t In te re s t T otal Assessed Ti tr tn táaaa^ 7-1,88 ‘ M -tt 4 40 A. B in d t r 8.21 95.01 64 22 449.68 4448 r lf fls f M ®P r. o Q 69 PSa rk f . • C in ta r 1-5B 484.41 48.44 73 ss Tp * rrr. f. A p ta ts 47f.1t 37 P a rk H a p 418.97 |1Í.9^ 73 N op g iea TTaa rr. r r . AAp t , #94.00. 39 P a rk H p t« 768.44 a . a iiite s . ;. m rW 26 21.44 288.04 3 IA 1*7* 297.18 lì • 42.22 623.42 98 1-12 T r i. S t a t a P ro d u cta 34.22 339.72 105R 149-19P20A Trubek L a b a r a ta rla a 2,741.80 304i48 3,046. ’ 98 105B 2JA-24C , Ë .R . in v la t m a n t .csrp 1,810.00 17».11 1,789. 11 106 .44 106 4E . L ... . 106 8A 260.22 2,604.22 Barjen county___ f t 106 8B B e raaS C o u n ty A M a '4 Beraen 00 •2.00 »20.00 107 20A J . Z a n ca 0.00 28.78 265.87 107A 40A L. W . Kta o » loi 88.P8 11.42 96.47 1T» 3 C .D E J. A P M-.. T-elitro 1,071.82 101.24 1,173.06 H P f t 108 26NC a 2,576.00 288.23 2,B62.23 108 36A J. 128.80 14.22 143.02 108 37A J. A M. T e tro 220.80 24.44 245 24 108 B 26BO 291.11 2,913.11 ^ B 'r'- e n C o u n ty A eeo'e 2,822.00 N E L L I E A. c a r T y . T a * C o llecto r 0 »*a«l: N o vem ber 14, 2 1 , J«, ó » c , j , F E E S : *113.88 N O T IC E

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ture led by Cifelli’s 627; Forest Etolry over JoT S OpUt N liro*s Tailoring over D’Amoto’s; Falco over Kenworthy Movers.

$1 5 . K x e e lle n t c o n d itio n . 991*30iM.

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K N O W N A N D O W I O N A T E O ae it A venu e, L yn d h u re t, U S S u m m i1 N ew Je r s e y • ■ IN O t> J M sam e prem íese con. v e r e s té Je m e a R oes and Jo te phtne R o e s frs m L a w y e r e and H « m e - M s k s r« Bu lld ln g a Lo. n A a so tia tio n b y Deed d a ted Feb r u a ry I I , tS M and recordad In the Be rg e n C o u n fy C ierk’e O ffic e F eb . ru a r» 2S, la B o o k 1*72 of

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P aced by the passirtg of Mario n .jg 110+ Cino, the pass catching of B oU y -------~ ~ ~ r r ' 7r.~;r:~ - rr: : ........ iu Buses At Corner - Id Fitzpatrick and Toggy Williams, Brand new baby’s bathlnette, and a spectacular 65 y a rd return never used, $25. 998-7544. n-26 NEW JOB LISTINGS o; an intercepted pass by Jahii * — »— —;—: ' EVERY HOUR Jarvis, the Lions overwhelmed GIRL the R aiders by the score of 36 to 6 . Konnie Radomski and liihtoy Bordino excelled on defense. D O N 'T P U T T E R

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and sell to tho hig hest J J J f “ ?-e aand MHrigt0 w " in* ll the h t, th* title " and

of tne the ddeefen fenddan ant,t, D om inick OV- te^est of Domi R osa, a^k/a D o m in ic Rosa, in and to th e fo llow ing d e scribed premiaoo on M o n d i^ , the 26th d a y o f N o v Iw o o 'o lo tk In the Odd sam e wins w ere posted by ¡ u . r n o o n ..'V ^ m B time, thee -evTiting tim e, at a t th first place Dudley's over second S h e r i f f , o ffic e situ a te d in th e . . , _ _. B e rg e n - C o u n ty J a i l B u ild in g , C o u rt

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T he Packers held Do a 13-13 tife for three quarters exploded to Em ploym ent Agency Open Monday Evenings Till defeat a stubborn R am team 32 to 13. Bobby and Danny Lame232 Belleville Pike go, Richie Van Dion and Richie W V 1 -9 0 3 0 ... Bodner supplied the scoring punch. .MALE B ryant Keating threw touchdruvn passes to Don Walker and Bcb K earns and scored 1 w o touchdowns on passes f r o m Joe Graziano in leading t h e A cc o u n ta n t, J r . or A u d ito r 126 up A ssista n t Bo o k kee p er 1>5 Vikings past the Chargers 26 1o (i. tat. up t, . 3 Room * plu s u t il The standings after regular

L A W D IV IS IO N , BERO EN COUNTV O O C K B T NO. L-401S-S7 . J . 7141-87 W h e r e in People* T r u s t Com pany V » a r p e n Cawtty. .. P t a l n t l i r a n s

B auerlein

Mlntz

NO FEE

232 Belleville Pike Kearny, N. J. 991-9080

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ElJem Construction Com»any, fa«, , J 'Not. r M r 28 and 29 in Fiorisi and D o m in ick R o e *, are d e fe n ­ f f i i S ' o ’Y ?Ota Hi laid down on * cor* dant». w ith FaSfiO ld r o llin g B14 for th e Execution For Sale Of Mortgaaa# J 9*» file in the Bergen losers- S t a e e v ’s «Shoes o v e r M ill- Pr#mioo». C o u n ty C ltr H 'o pffjoe entitled - ¡J' S :wioes o v e r jac k J. Torkowitx, Attorney “ Map of Property of tho Estate jo< onoooUor fwsiwart,—dooooaod. a r F i eg.- Kxi b y F r e d W a s h e r m a n — - » r v iittfo - ef t he -abov st r N o — of w 1)c, eww, 0 __ o n '* r '* m e directed and doUvorod, KlnnalaMl, N. J.' e v a to r

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Would like good home for 2 3munth old kittens. One male A one female, black. 998-4117.

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LITTLE beantie«, AJKC.

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stenographers, Keypundh & A D1<* Tabtets- ° nl> 98 0<,,,ts at. P a in t Sp ra y e ri, Comptometer operators, Pw l|)le8 Pharmacy Sto ck C le rk T rn e e „ T ra ije r D r iv e r OT+ bookkeepers, for temporary T n k ik B o d y M an PET S Su nday O n ly 2-6 P M P a g e ■unday jobs in convenient locations -5*10 ,10 P M + S a t 9-5 9*5 L ib r a r y B E A G L E P U P P IE S * good rates • good hours. Register One Time Only

League

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s tre e t, H s e k e n s e c k , N e w Je rse y, th a t i i t p a a v t A L U T H A T C t R T A I N lot, tra ct t r » « re e l « t land, to g e th e r w ith the StiH ^lnas-.therson a n d appur tanancaa ttfai% ta , h e e s ln a fts r p a r, V a u ia r ly Ssse H b ed , s itu a te , lying «nd being Ip the T o w n s h ip ot L y s s h u r s t , C o u n ty of B e rg e n ans

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,, — Fun Profit in spare time selling AVON Gift cosmetics near homo. Big conuns., no exper. req., free instm. 472*2475, 991 55&i.

(And Make No Bones About It)

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The Leader will publish Rummage Sale items *2 weeks ■MINTING: Interior. Contact without charge. If you do n o t sell, you owe nothing. If K IR B Y vacoum cleaner wi t h n r. WM7SJ. EfaHmateA free. 11-M you sell, you owe us $1-50. All items must be w ritten by attachment», 139. Hoover aprite, you and received in our offices by Monday noon weeli of (M , Electrolux vacuum, no. Gua­ ____ Will _ _ _____ C LEA N ER repairs, publication. Limit 2 items, value under $100. No autoranteed. delver____ and ____VACUUM show. Wes! I'saei V a c u u m 358 Kearny ** #5 Plu® P“ rt*' *** mfckM- Vao- m otive, boat or pets. Please give nam e and address w ith Ave. Kearny. «11411 I T «»«" cleaner paper bags, . » per releases. .__________________________ package». Hones for Ail vacuums :< I f Modern bedroom set, good TWO end tables, one cocktail DINING ROOM net, > pe Pecan In stock. Brushes, belts, attachrnnd. reasonable. 133-7092 after 5. table, blond. Exce.ient cond. Very Mediterranean ('ontemporary like ments, cords, etc. We pick up U-*l reasonable. 939 9134. 112« *660. From Hohne ft Co. and deliver. West Essex VacPads f30. 485-3900, ext S2SS S am uum, MB Kearny Ave., Keara?. SKT OF mahogany living room TRAIN set including cars, k ip n . 11-14TF WV 1-1419 U-tt TP ubles hunps. (a ll 4S8-1544. transformers, lay-out, tracks 11-11 accessories. 124 piece. In ail. 998 M A LE - FEM A LE USED IC E SKATES» aU m ---------- — •-----».*&. Good cond. Ridge R d „ OLYM PIC console radio, TV, pbo Lyndhurst 11-2« “u” " evw i^ W r^ ^Bo« n8, KOod cond’ * “ • «S*-861*- 11‘*1 PROFESSIONAL type drafting . ~~.......*'**„*^ m — Wbte S*- * 4*. Pomes Wlttt a 3’ ETOS Hke new, so easy 2*0 Commercial Leader 2S1 Wdge re F R IG . gas range, good coo- K & E straight edge. In very goon»u iirt s with rtov., Fire«»m i F a c to ry 2.48 C le rk e 80.100 _ . , „____ . stone Town & Country, 7.75 x 14 AVe., Lyndhurst, N. i. 438-4361. A cctng C lk s to 100 Se x tio n FEM ALE Touchball All-Stars $20. 438-9083 after 6 PM or Sat. M an y LOST A FOUND U-26 To Play Tuesday T he Western Division of the ~+~ ~ " Orange ft white tom oat. Found North Arlington Touch Football f™ d er delux reverb amp.In good OB Ridge Road. 438-2793 after League completed regular se a con,l,t1,m 99, !‘76* « * * - * PM' 7 P.M . son play with the Lions arid P ack ________________ 1186 or negotiable MUSICAL INSTRUCTION A c c t’g C le rk m ers in a tie for seoond place. Tlie ,.lllh , hlLlr, av . . . . I. . .. . . . . D ata R e d u c tio n Tech. G irl F r id a y T yp e >'0 Playoff W ill b e h e ld Safurday. at CoIunib,a nrebal! bike, 26" wheel, MUSICAL INSTRUCTION

Clerical with come supply work care. Supervised rec. Hot lunch, involved. H.S. diploma not nee. Open alt year, licensed. 939-8340 T.F. Call First Nat’l Bank of J e r s e y _________ City, D E 3-1306, ««1 510. _

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Mod. 5-rm. apt. H A HW * cook­ ing gaii supplied. One half block to all transportation. Private GUITAR LESSONS: Jazz, Clas parking. Bwlness couple pre­ steal, Flamenco, Jam«« Wiltsin ferred. Avail. Jan. U , $160. 997■ion, 667-3078. Grad Manhattan 1040. School of Music. 3 nns. II & HW. Avail. Dèe. I. N U RSERY SCHOOL Adults only. $90 «38-882*1. HCM PTY DUM PTY nursery, accepting children agns 1 to 5 H E L P W AN TED ITCMALe " years. Open all year. Registered anil licensed. Day or weekly P A R I T IM E waitress needed. fates. Catering to the working 11-SO TF mother. Call U E 8-5158. 9-ltTF WE 6 9861. HARIUSON LOCALITY

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Housewives, here's a practical way to.us» your frw hours'and make it pay oif,,You can'woik.yrith us in '< ,. a temporaiy cterical poaition. hav» tho satisiactiaa i. o! aarr.tng ji- meet new people. We even offer two different types '$ oi ;pb opporlunities, v/;’th ypur assi^msnent depend- ¡i> ■ ' Ing. upon yo-ar quaiif:.cattons. Bolh pbsiticris'oSW-a KJ 6helpful. U For er I D v; v'

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T O W N R H 'P O F | V N D H U P R T C O L L E C T O R S N O T IC E O F 'S A L E O F R E A L E S T A T E F O R T A X E S A N D O T H E R L IB N S . X o t lc e Is hereby ¡siven that. I, P e te r A. ( Ir a w i n , C o llecto r of Tnxes hi the lo w n sh ip o f L y iid h u r s i- In th e C o u n ty v f Bergen. iiurH im nt to ilie a u t n o r lt y of the H tnlutes in sn e h rase m ak e and n ro vlde w ill on — T H U R S D A Y , D E C E M B E R 19, 1968 A T 2 O ’C L O C K in the afternoon of., th a t- d a y at th e o ffice .ci th e C o llecto r o f Taxes, le w n H a ll, In A t W tn x lu « d ls n iiH . expo«« fo r Hpveral tra c ts anti !,aiy o f ,und n e re ln n fte r s p e c i f i c o r ^ucn- p a rt c r i>sirt8 thereof ¡rs m .ty be s iu ric le n t to make the. amount«« changeable a g a in s t 8ttid l.ind.-« re sp e ctlve h on r*'e ,1 , F I R S T D A Y O F J U L Y , 1*68 and com puted in the Hat on file In m y Offlc* to g e th e r A^tih In te re s t on M lclL JWiUiLiiiiA trom duo dat*K to Decegrwbor iS>. J968 only:. T h e said In ad« w ill be M rU ck ,4it i and h<. Id to such persons a s w ill .pure.ha ko the sam e su h jec t to ee<§«inimJon a t th e lowest r a te orf in tw e - r, hut in no 1» excess o f 8 Pet- oAnt per annum . T h o uay* m ent to r name »h alt t*e made the ctftjelusion of the sule or the p ro p e rty tv l| lie rcso h l. rphls ?a fe is» m ade In pu rsu an ce o f the pro­ visio n s of. C h ap te r 230, P. L. 1918. a n d m jpiderftepts and am e n d m en ts thereto , • ¿t ’ = T ’’e follow ltiir is a description* o f Lawla a n d the o w n ers a s cont.iinenl ui the Um on file In my o f f U e to g e th er velth the to ta l am o un t due th e reo n a s com puted to D E C E M B E R ■19, 196« O N L Y B lo c k

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O w ner Amount E d w a rd ,4, L______ in a O.k u n a k 134.76 ' i nV^o 592.28 170 4 C a f^ L o .R e a lty C o rp o ra tio n , Inc. 1278.89 220 8 P e te r W . K e rp 41 N íc h o lá » K ero 745.73 224 36A -2 L a c k a w a n n a In d u è tr lil T e rm in a l, Ino. 6693.,17 A n y ot the a fo re s a id parcels o f land a n d r e a l estate maiy be re ­ deem ed b y p a ym en t to the co llecto r, beflore the sa le o f the a m o u n t due t h e r e in phis In tere st and a d v e r t i n g costa, In »‘fcsh or eertiflfcd ch ic k . I>ated a t T o w n H a ll, L y n d h u rs t, X e ^ Je r s e y , this \2J*t d a y of N o ve m b e r, 1968. O ffic e hours: D a lly 9 A.M. to 4 P .M . S a tu r d a y closed. F i r s t M o n d a y e v e n in g ot each m o n th open 7 to 8 oMooH. , ' »»WTKFt \ a P l S A F l , T a x C o lle cto r

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21, 28. December 5, 12, 1968

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L eo al S e c r e ta r y Mortgage Processing N .C .R Accts.- R eceivable O rder B ille r .T y o e •Sr. C lerk T y p is t 38 or 40 B u s : Se cy 1 Jr . Se cy N O S T E N O in o O th e r P o sitio n s 5-10 P M + S a t 9-5 L ib r a r y I-5 PM T y p is t II- 7 PM C le rk T y p is t F ile C le rk Ruthfdr S e c y or A /fteo or T j 38 or 40 B u s : Gen O ffice Su nday O n ly 2.6 P M P a g e P T 9-3 P M C lerk - T yp e 6 PM -2 A M K eyp u n u ch

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ij* wotid lavotwc « % tw o Q tta and ah adding machine. At the end oC the ihéeting the mayors held a shor session a i tiieir own, in which they decided to ask the Legislature to withhold voting until Monday of next week. They said too m any a reas Bill No. 477 will create.” Porro said he did not a n rw were disputed and unclear. At the meeting, the'legislators wiith the arrangem ent of the Moacicwland Commission. He attending urged aU due haste s o said while it is connected with the bill would be approved thiç a state departm ent, It is not re- year. Reifer said the MeadowsponsibUe to th e stae. He said lands hill is considered contre* i is tike h e Port otf New York versiai, and there Is lfitltle chance •< onitiwnl W arn Po*e <»■»>

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Cause of the difficulty is the iron Hips of the bridge. The m etal w hich extends fo r over 100 feet cm each side otf the draw, be­ com es a slippery menace when wet. When the d an g er first becam e apparent the s ta te attem pted o correc the faul by scarring h e m etal. • B ut the ridges h ave only added to the hazard. , Local motorists who use th e bridge oiten have learned th at f t they travel sllo
Route 3, ojie o f the m ost heaviUy traveled highways in tie country, has on the Passaic River bridge between LyndhurstRutherford and Clifton a driving hazard that has taken a dozen lives and has caused numerous accidents. It is a h azard that springs into being w ith every faH of rain. It becomes a double h azard when ice forms. The State Highway Depart­ erf its passage next year. Be- ment could correct the situation Authority—autonomous. Guarini contended that i t is ecause of the gubernatorial elec­ a t very little, cost. "only a bookkeeping agency in a tion in 1989, he said the legisYej the next tim e It rains or snows th^ lives of m otorists wifl be impperiled each tim e they P r ic e s Slashed - Men’s, Ladies Suits - Plain Dresses cross the bridge.

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"Help us give our boys the ers who leave the bridge a t the home life that most people take first Lyndhurst exit are also tra v ­ for gran ted ,” pleads F a th er Eeling at low speed. gan. Director of Boystown, Kear­ But m otorists who a re travel­ ny, In his anpual Christm as aping through and a re not .aw are pea 1 letter. It costs 1300,000 annually to cJ € w danger approach, the and that bridge a t full speed. Often, to operate Boystown, make room for the cars ap­ m eans cutting things to t h e proaching from Rutherford they b a ft minimum » h e re possible. swerve sharply. They g? into a T he appeal for funds is a little' ________ spin, endangering themselves and .o'her automobiles. A simple solution would ap­ pear to speckle the m etaj w ith an adhesive. It would have to be done regularly but most tralfk. experts say th at the danger would be eased considerably if an a fhesivo were applied to the metal.

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the ages of 21 and 39 to a Cock­ tail D ance 9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 22 , a t the Hotel Suburban, 141 South Harrison Street, E ast or­ ange. F eatures will be live en te r­ tainm ent by the University T rio and a dance contest. Music for dancing wi'l include society as well a s rock music. T h e objective of t ie Club is 'to aid the single professional in ex­ panding his social and cultural activities. A Thanksgiving weekend trip to Jam aica Montago Bay h a s been arranged by jet flight. Anyone interested is invited to "con+aet th e Clttb; fVG.-Box 436C. Newaric, by sending a self ad­ dressed, stam ped envelope. -

Christmas Decorations S h o p , Mrs. George Barhfnan and Mrs. Richard Van Nortwick; S n a k Bar, M artin Schoenig and family; Games, D avid Brown a n d a staff of the young people of th e church. Santa Claus will be here, with a gift for each child. A pot Roast Dinner will be served a t 5:30 p.m. T ickets are available a t $2 for ad u lts and $1 for children under 12 .

Practice Teachers From Lyndhurst Two Lyndhurst students a t RutU«tvon*i»y ape a m t m g 75 practice teaching this year.

Carol L. MacLean, 451 Jauncey ..venue., home economics trainee, Christmas Corner ir, in Edison Jr. High School, A t St. Thoma's Church West Orange, and P hyllis Milatello, 36 Kingsland Avenue, also T he Christm as Comer opens at homo e onomics aspirant, is ‘ca­ St. Thom as’ Episcopal Church ching in Belleville High Sch ol. on Saturday, Nov. 23, from 10 a.m . to 4 p.m.

T he Food Store will be m anned by Mrs. Herbert Truex and m em ­ The University Alumni C l u b bers of the W oman's Guild; Toy vc-lcortve-3 single men and single Shop, Mrs. Charles M arass and women who a re college gradu­ Miss Gertrude Kutzelman; Jew ­ ates o r college students, between elry Shop, Ann Kutzelman and Mrs, William Szekely; "F o r Chil­ dren Only” Shop, where children Unwanted m ay shop for their own gifts, H a ir Problems? Miss Patti P eake ;1 General Store, Remove Them Permanently M m es. Charles Hansen, M artin Be Hair Free and Carefree Schocnifr iUKi Wjllawi To&ea^ theElectrolysis Specialists Book Nook, Mrs. llarry Mason; Division of Am erican E lectrolysis In stitu te licensed by s ta te of New Notary 933-1174 Jersey now giving private treatment by appointm ent ROSE CU TPN E only, in R utherford area. Insurance Broker

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T am arack Council, Boy Scouts of Am erica, will hold its 33rd An­ nual Scouters banquet Thursday, Dec. 5 a t the Church Hall of the Presbyterian O iurch on the Green, Broad Street and Belle­ ville Ave., Bloomfield, a t 7 pan. Scouters and their wifres from the Council area will be present from C arlstadt, E ast Rutherford, L yndhurst Mocmachie, North Arlington, Rutherford and WooriRidge from Bergen and Bloom­ field and Nutley from Essex.

Others feel a sim ple coating of T h e big danger is that a sk id ­ macadam would do the trick. ding c a r will cross over into the oncoming lane, causing a headIn apy event as the .winter to-hhead collision. weather approaches m atorists F o r local m otorists the d an ge r realize th a t the bridge hazard is not great—e x c e p t from d riv ­ becomes worse. They a re de­ e r s who do not know the danger. U n ia t rmidorists. apprc&ctunfi the., manding th at some corrective ac­ T ickets ane available a t thQ bridge from Rutherford usually tion be taken before another Council office, 18 Donaldson Ave.. a r e traveling a t law sh?«J, Oth­ serious accident takes place. Rutherford, 438-3W6. ....... The presentation of the Silw er Beaver, the Council's highest a\vard, w ill be a featu re of the evening, plus recognition of vete­ rans and recipients of training aw ards.

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m ore urgent this y ear because a new dorm itory, all purpose build­ ing is under construction a t a cost of a , 200,000. This new stru c­ ture will replace the building no housing the boys and e re c t­ ed in 1892. P ractically every section of New Jersey is represented among the citizens of Boystown — ra c e or creed are no barrier to a d ­

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Daughter For Romanos M rT a fii M rsrW H Ter Rom ano” of 10 W illiam Street, North Ar­ lington, announce the birth of their fourth child, Deborah Jean, on October 1 in West H u d s o n Hospital, Keamy. Mrs. Rom ans if the form er Rose Sbarro of North Arlington.

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V S ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ W ^ /N A A A A A A /V A A A A A A ^ A A A A A A A A After a long weekend eu to the T eachers' Convention and Vet­ erans' Day, school got back into session in a still shortened week ol four days, {n just (me more week Thanksgiving vacation and the traditional Lyadhurst versus E ast R utherford football gam e will be upon us. On F rid a y evening the Nation­ a l Honor Society, sponsored by Mrs. Schw artz, held its annual dance, “G uru Groove.” The dec­ orations, u n d e r the direction of Cel «a. Ruskowski, „w er$ in ..Indian motif and cupcakes and punch were sold by the Refreshm ent Com m ittee, 1dtEtiit'tt"' by1* Sussnr JDlugasdv. E ntertainm ent w a s provided by "The Reasons WHy" cmd the M ystery Guru who held brief m editations and periodical­ ly uttered words of wisdom. In charge of this very Successful function was Ja n e Auirnbach, vice president (if the N.H.S. The Society's o ther o.ticers are J i h n Tabiason, president; Celia Rusfsowski, seoret'airy; and Ja n e t Paeelli, treasurer. The Ju n io r Red Cross, a servic organization, has been making Thanksgiving favors for cWldren in various hospitals in the area. The officers of the dub, whose sponsor is Mrs. Bivins, a re Susan Amorelli, president; Je a n Sollito, vice president; Janice Chapjlin, secretary ; and Carole Wemler, treasu rer. • • 'Always TtTesoM. rasw o r sw n er a t all entrances to the football games, a r e girls selling ifootball program s. They are m em bers of Theta K appa, an organization which serves the school a n d comm unity throughout the year. In addition to selling program s,

profist of which finance certain school activities, T heta Kappa, whose advisors are Miss P at Sabatino and Miss Mary Carlstnom. also collects for E aster Seals, and acts as ushers at school functions. Membership in the club, whose officers a re Elaine Paul, presi­ dent; Celia Ruskowski. v i e epresident; Carol Mileski, secre­ tary; Judie Alberti, treasiirer; and Judy Wo'ie, historian, is op­ en to-junior and senior giHs. T his y e a r's .second edition of JhP.. "LiSfllthousp," the./ school newspaper, jsvas sold Wednesday, Nov. 13. Contained in this issue nated by editors Linda Rose and R ichard Galik, which showed Mr, Nixon wish fifty per cen t e l the student body vote. Some m em bers of the Germ rn Club, which is sponsored by Mr. E . Petrel, are planning to study Germpin, in Europe this sum m er through the American Foreign Study Lr?.gue. These students, who will learn by the Aurval-Ora! method, a re Carcle W erner, Nao­ mi Tul’y, Jariet Hamm, Berndc Hilderbrandt, Ronald Milewski and M idaiel Bugeia.

Convr ,-ttion which w as held In At­ lantic Q ty Nov. 13-15. The folloing delegates attended: f i a n k l t i School — Mmes. War­ ren Bogle, Harold Slater, E lm er Conway, Thomas Reilly a n d Geopge Stevens; High Sehool — Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Paul. Mmes Lewis Aldridge, Charles Christ, Louis F errari, Ralph Gordon, Geoi'ge Janosik, W alter Leiyh, Carl Penney and Miss A.igela Wtsneskl; Jefferson S c h o o l — Mrs. Benjam in Hill; L i n c o l n School" — Mrs. W alter Frey; R oesevek Sehool — Mrs, Allen J .’ckert; Washington S c h o o l — Mmes. Matthew Brant ami Ben­ jam in DziezanowsTri. Mrs. Christ and Miss Wisneski attended the Life Membershp D inner on Wednesday evening At the Publications B reakfast oi) Friday, morning. M rs.. Carl Penney of the high school was chosen as a finalist in tiie hat

O rder forms fur the annual Pie Festival w i l l be sent home with the children am f delivery w i l l be made Wednesday m orning. November 'SI. . The next P arent and Fam ily Life meeting will be held D e o fiVtbcr 11 at 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Elm er Conway, 205 Post Ave. "Disciplining the ChUd" will be l h “ .subject with Mrs. Jam es O'Brien ¡is m oderator.

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" M l'- , JePry Conic, president ofColunibus School PTA. is proud to introduce class m others for the year. Mrs. Robert Drozdnow«H -and Mr*. -lam es Adams a ie chairmen. KmdergaVtèii : M r s. Anthony Capporrino, M iC 'B riton ■•Ritmsey . Mrs. VH*t i'-li+miff*; First Grade: Mrs. Raymond Rug­ giero, Mrs. Eugeni' Iteugtr; Sec­ ond Gradi'; Mrs. John Bidders-

Fi'ai[iJiJiD,School won fourth place. * Franklin, Jofferson, Roosevelt and the high sehool were given aw ards for the selling of publi­ cations.

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M ayors Form New M eadowland Unit

To i t k’b ra te their m ove to Carl PRH't r Industries, Tiv■ has p re p a id special luxury bw ed m atches in handy 4-pack cartons to give their m atchless friends.

Mayor John . Bell of Ridge­ field today announced that the M ayors' Meadowland Develop­ m ent C immittof" lonsiSTfftg of Mayors Haroid A. Pareti, C arl­ stadt; Thomas J. Jones, E ast R utherlard: Horace R. Bcn^e. Jr.. Lyndhut'st; John J. T’jt'ei. Moooachi.*; Angelo Sam bbi. Ncrth Bergen; Bell, RidgeLeld; William M. E h.'einhofrr, R uther­ ford; Paul Amlco, Seeaucus and Louis Montenegro, S o u t h Haekensad^, has called a m eet­ ing of all Assemblymen and Sen­ ators from Bergen and Hudson Counties, to present detailed pre­

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A1C Frank J. Vitale, J r . MeRomeo a white hoy and Juliet a and Joseph Bennett are seen as bers as "M aria", "T onight," and Puerto Rican. the heads of The Je ts and The “1 FeeT"Pretty’' plus the h ifc u ^ % c a ] Sèrvice Specialist, 20th TaT he turf is small but it's all Sharks. Also worthy ©f note are ous "A m erica" and "Gee 0£9- tical Hospital, is recommended tor Outstanding A irm an of t h e "they've got and Bic gangs' 'The the perform ances of Carmine fifc rer. K nipke." .. Though hd big nam es h a v e Q uarter for the perioi 1 July ricH as the hardboiled, prejudic Je ts and The Sharks, a re each been brought in for draw ing pow­ throagh 30 September, 1968. determ ined to be king of t h e cd policeman and Humphrey Da­ vis as the storeowner w here The er, it seem s likely th a t "West Airman Vitale ia selected Air­ hill. Sharks and The Je ts assem ble to Side Story,” directed b y N o e l m an of the 20th T actical Hospital Michael Harrison as the sensi­ make plans for their rumble. Schwartz and choreographed by for the following reasons: A i r ­ tive Tony who finds and dies for Though there's very few even Voight Kernjpan, will he playing m an Vitale is a proud a irm an ; his true love has an excellent fair singing voices In the large to capacityfdurm g its four week proud of his job, his appearance singing voice but tends to lapse cast of supporting actors one can run which ends December 1. and the Air Force. He has a Let's face it. A m usical like right to be ¡proud. He U one of into a nasal quality. Victoria Mal­ not deny they are indeed dynam ­ lory playing Juliet's counterpart ic when it comes to doing lull this doesn't come along th a t of­ tne most outstanding young a ir ­ i- quite go:>d ¡¿nd -high- ptaisfc- justice to fhe taut a:id racking ten and wiien it does sta rs aren 't m en who has been assigned to necessary. “West Skti> Story” is this m if. For his age and rank musl be given Giro! Hanzel as dances. The musi j s magnificent and more than capable of standing on he is more m ature and dignified the girl friend of the Puerto Ricwi+mwjpobie n u n t , , Barry* Preston -ttH m xoany num owviae, t o :, hint.

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The'Red-Eyed Veerer — Is he drunk or tired? You c a n 't be su r —. but this bird, usuaty spotted lane to lane in an erra tic man­ ner. He may be ti’aveling much b excess of or much below the posted s p t.d limit. A nodding head motion may be the tip o fl Appoint Elliot Simon When you approach him. Pass Hospital Administrator with care. Elliot Ja y Simon, Assistant E x­ The.G ray-Tufted Dowager — This dainty little birds is usually ecutive Director of the New York found perched in a huge ehrome- Polyclinic Medical . School a n d fcstooned- nest out of which she Hospital since February 1967 has can barely see through th e spokes been appointed Adm inistrator of i,f the'jSTfering wheel .“ She may - the 365 bed institution. It is a "t)e“ a c c o m ^ n iS rB y ”a"^splKies“a t i i w posiifonr Mr. Simon was Assistant Dithe Garbled Chatter which dis­ tracts her attention. From t h e roctor ¡^t the Jftospitai for Joint rear, these birds can be spotted Diseases prior to his association by rarisalfrt wing m otiens which with Polycfinic, He holds a B.S. accom pany their chirping and by degree from C.C.N.Y. and earned the w ay they constantly look at his M aster of Science degree in them for they may not be watch­ Hospital Adminisitration f r o m Columbia University’s School of ing out for-you. _ The Scarlet Teenager — Most Public Health and Administra­ youthful drivers accept the adult tive Medicine. A m em ber of the College of responsibility that driving entails, twt there a re a few who see ev- Hospital Administrators, Mr, Si­ eny o tn ar car on the road the mon lives with his wife and two way D in Quixote saw wind­ daughters in E ast Rutherford. mills: for some reason they have to prove their c a f and ffietr driv­ ing abilities are better. T h e y may react unpredk-tabiy to real or imagined slights from other drivers • tuining scarlet and stomping an the accelerator. (Note: May be accompanied by a Snuggling Chick which m a y give the appearance of « twoheaded bird due to her c l o s e roosting. If so, beware that the driver may not be aw are). The Great-Homed G r o u c h This bird sounds a blaring cadi as he perchas on your back bum ­ per. The best thing to do is ncrt to speed up (he will, too), but m aintain your speed, signal that you wiH pull over and let him fly by — hopefully into the arm s of the Gold-Crested Speeder-Oatcher. T he Dim-Bulbed Fender-Nicker

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pha Pi Omedga, Alpfva Sigma Mu, Gam m a Tota Alpha, and Pi Kappa Psi. V ita le Among ffvotc Who will partici­ firing j class for the dependent pate in the All-Star gam e is Abe D. L ajterm an of 5J8 T h ird aye* children on the base. His conduct, on and off duty, nue, Lyndhurst, a m em ber of the J. « f le e ts highly on the U n i t e. d Islanders squad. States Air Force. Although not active in any form al Anglo-Ame­ Joann Naviello rican organization, he has many Guest A t Shower friends in the comm unity. Miss JoAnri Naviello, 616 New T o recapitulate-, this man is proud of the Air Force, and those Jersey Avenue, Lyndhurst, was of us w ho know him a re proud to guest of honor at a su rp rise bri­ dal shower a t the home of Mrs. have him in the Air Force. Since receiving th is communi­ Joseph Argyelan, 611 M arin Avie., cation Vitale has been promoted Lyndhurst, on Saturday evening. The shower was attended by to the rank of Sergeant. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. over 60 relatives and friends. It Vitale of 9 Moore Place, North w as given by Mrs. R obert Piess,

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Governor Hughes said he will have a long session with the Army Corps of E n g in e e r before making a decision. T he fight on the floor of the assem bly was a Bergen County affair w ith Russo. who is also a Lyndhurst commissioner, battling down to rho wire with Assembly­ man T hom as Costa, also at Ber Kerb Costa was put in charge of shepherding the 'bill through. Russo called the bill “ the big t,< st Hand grab in the history ol New Je rse y ." Russo said that Governor Hughes and the s ta te were resyonsible for holding up develop­ ment of the meadowllatxis by reffusing riparian rights to wouldbe developers. " if the sta te didn't have its eye

tee 10 y ears ago the board had J c ’own there was a need. T in ste e Jam es Scotti said the board w as waiting for approval oi $40,000 in federal funds so test

dits for -rüt-oi-schso! - iinü, whfiî the pupil is instructed in t h e business. T he board approved the send­ ing of a boy to the vocational school in Wood-Ridge. Stanley Nocek was employed ais l custodian for 1968-69 school y e ar at a salary of $.'.,0 0 0 . a year, pro-rated, and will receive an additional $200 as 9 fjoater be■rween two public schools.

The board also approved a ci-ange in the credit* given for a cooperative education-distributive education course from 10 to 15 credits. This will give more ere-

The resignation of Philip Ciara seventh grade teâehcr at Washington School, was accepted ta: the B oard-til Education, „ e f­ fective Dec. 31. Mrs. Ann Con­ sent ino, a second grade teacher at Columbus School, was granted a leave of absence from Feb. 1 of next y ear until June, 1970 ca.

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on those a w » / Russo said, "we ccould today have millioix of dot Uars of ratables there." Russo read a telegrain from South Bergegn m ayors demand mg a delay off a week on the vote. . But Assemblym an William Crane of Bergen put in an oar. declaring that the m ayors are n< t altogether l)h»ppy "but they a re happier than they w ere.” Russo put his finger on the w eakness a£ argum ents for the m eadowand biH when he de­ manded to know,- when the munirfpaillties could count upon get­ ting all the benefits the develop­ m ent program would bring about. Nobody could answer the ques­ tion. However, it was noted that in­ cluded in the bill was provision

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Lyndhurst’s New School Plans Are Being Pressed By Education Board «m id Ge done in th em a L yndhurst's hew school plains a re -progressing ra p id ly T h ? rui Oval, and to hire e .r, .ultants Board of Education announced and an architect. He said a fte r the board decides whether to last Wednesday night. ■' build a high school o r a seconda­ School T rustee Anthony , S carry school there, a referendum dino said the need for the school will be held. II the referendum is haf been established. Now, h e defeated, the board need not re­ said, the board is determining pay th $40,000. tiie type of school to be built V . r>rt„fl «nauwilfwi .ft, IVUkI I, .1l aiid w here it will be buUt. — I 'TK. i tio n o a ra ap p i ov tn d ’ rrio iw w i tn provide home Instruction by Alfred Softima, a taxpayer, questioned the need foi the telephone hookup for twe pupils, Richard Holgate and Janice Duschool. P atsy Restatno, board secrcta- r.a. T he hoy is recuperating from ry-buKiness m anager , said even an operation and the girl is sufwhen he became a school tru s­ lc-ing from an illness.

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Rutherford and C arllstadt, but chi««y in S ecaucus-ttnd a broad ening o f the control! base to in­ clude m ore m eadowlands maiyora. Although the m ayors were still fuming a n d fussing Assembly man P e te r Moraites, the m a­ jority Header, put the bUl up for action and in fw iit moving se­ quences the senate and Mwrnbty approved. uab- 799 ETAO ETAOl ETAOI However, Governor Hughes a r ­ gued th a t the exclusion of nearly a tiiird of the proposed meadowland trac t, would discourage tiie Army Corps of Engineers from recommending a $300 million im­ provement program . The governor is now debating whether to veto th e bill o to be satisfied with w hat he has

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The am ended m eadavtand* W l was before Governor Hughes to­ day for a c tio n ..■"* " And nobody w as happy. T he m ayors who have been lighting run.it of the provisions of th e biJ4 w ere n o t happy. Gov­ ernor Hughes 'was not happy. As­ sem blym an P e ter Russo, svix> fought the bill to the end. w as not happy. But there it is. In a Hast minute m o w Senator Fairlcigh Dickinson Jt., y h o sponsored the bill, and Assembly­ man H arold Hollenbeck of E ast R utheriord, who h a d been very quiet about the biH, pinned on severall amendm ents. The am endm ents provided to r the exclusion oi 5,000 acres of m eadowlands — in Lyndhurst,' North Arlington, Rutherford, Has

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for the appointment of six judges —to be paid $17,000 each—win > will began hearings to determine ownership of the meadowlands Meantime the mayors were Hissing and fuming—along wirh Allfred Pori-o, counsel for a mea dowiand industrial organization The mayors said there would b;> more said about the -entire thing today when, they begin meeting by the waves in Atlantic City. Mayors of towns directly in volved in the Meadowlands Bill comprise the mayors' group. They helld a meeting wirh state legislators Satui'day in Ruther­ ford. The major paints of contention taised on the bill were, in order priority, financial structure, titlle considerations, and adm inistra­ tion and control. Mark Reifer. assistant research

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director of the state Legal Serv am endm ents (m ade by Assembly­ "ice Departm ent, said mmunici- man Harold Hollenbeck) change palities will not be financially J'e- it a lot. Amendments one through ponsiblle. Because m ayors
up. In addition , he disputed the a rea involved in the bill The attorney^ suggested a "problem a rea " around Kearny, w here the river often floods However, he said in m any areas, mun jrtp a h ae s have no problems and do not need federal funds Porro said a master plan in those a re a s would tn* benef-ritrl. " ' T i t l e consideration w e r e brought up briefly by Mayor Thom as Jones of Bast Rut her ford. However, the subject was quickly dropped when it appeared ti. Ire a m ajor ppoint of disagree m ertt.—.. State Senator Frank Guarihi (D-lludson) said the tlte ques­ tion will be cleared up- by court order in ’’almost summary pro­ ceedings." . Last night Porro showed [letters Irom the chlet titlle eompiinyy in the state, (('ontinued On Pnge Five)

Lyndhurst Loses Sun Bowl Contest

■ Lyndlmrst’s All Stars, pictured Despite the inclement w eather, bright sta rs coming up. scored all th e Lyndhurst p o i'tti ■ Conrad M*ni*era was appoint­ m as "im w l-o u r and ” One "hut Who tOTUBfft SUOftiioh p ^ t w eekfhe Dviidcr will pub" ed cross country and indoor traick Suunday but lost to the Nut ley cheered the youngsters on. Many w as Bob Wallace, Lyndhurst _ full coach for the 1968-69 y e a r a t $500. team 19 to 8 in their annual Son present watched with interest to youngster, who was a bear on ls more p" ,s ttn a Edwin liist barter wiU he said Bowl (¡ante " " " ~~— d e te r m l n e tf ttrnrF m r rmcny d rfe n s e a n d of feme. Indeed, f k k 1 nrrount of th e gamtv $500 for heading boys’ intram ur­ als, and Mrs. Elaine Savino will L Y N D H U R S T M iD G E T F O O T B A L L L E A G U E A LL-STARS receive $320 and Mrs. Rosemary Groszman, $220 for g irls’ intra­ m urals, P e ter Sum m ers will re­ ceive $230 as tennis coach. and Miss P a tric ia lflorm an, $160 tor directing girls’ bowling. Richard V artan was appointed assistant basketball coach for the 1988-69 year, and will receive $300. T he board purchased baseball equipm ent totaling $1,035.74 from the H. A. G reene Co., and $499.83 worth from Levy’s Inc. a n d track equipment totaling $390.29 from Greene and $231.29 f r o m Levy’s.

Lyndhurst Youth On Chemical Caravan R ichard George Rosa, son oi Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Rosa, 265 Ridge R a id , Lyndhurst, has been selected as the representative of Queen of P eace Boys H i g h School, North Arlington to t h e 1968 New Jersey Chemical', In ­ dustry Council Chemical C aravan a t Princeton Untverslty held la s t week. R osa is among the more th an 200 honor students selected from public , private a n d parochial schools throughout New Je rse y on the basis of scholastic achievom ent in science. They were all guests a t a day-long series of lecture-dem onstrations and plant tours, dram atizing career oppor­ tunities for youth in (he chem ical

industry: This w as the ninth annual Oatavan sponsored by the Chem ical Industry Council of New Je r;ey . R. J. Schoenenberger of Wyckoff, Works M anager of UOP Che­ mical Division is Bergen County Regional Chairm an. The Coun­ cil is com prised of 160 New J e r ­ sey chem ical companies w i t h more th an 100,000 employees a t 1,100 plants and laboratories tn the State. L ast y e a r’s C aravan was a t Rutgers University in New Bruns wick. At Princeton the program sta r­ ted a t 9 ai.m. with addresses of welcome by Professor Kurt MMislow, chairm an of the Dept, of

Chemistry, mid P ro ’cssor Joseph C. Elgin, dean of the School of Chi mieal Engineering. The m orning was devoted to sem inars conducted by Princeton profe .sors on chem ical engineer­ ing for nuclear and polymer stu­ dies a n d the autom atic chemical plaint of the future. Lunche,cn was on cam pus. In­ dustry speakers, introduced by Mr. Max A. Minnig, President of W'tco Chemical Corp and chair­ m an of the New Jersey Chemical Industry Council, were Frank M. Norton, chairm an of the 1968 Chemical Caravan and vice pre­ sident of operations, Allied Chemieal Corp.; and Raymoftd C. Tower, executive vice president

and m anager of the chcntical di­ vision of EMC Corp., formerly known a s Food Mach iner y -and Chemical Corp. During the aftem con, students w ere taken on guided tours of chem ical laboratories Ur the vici­ nity of Princeton. Rosa is a mem ber of th e Na­ tional Honor Society and partici­ pates in num erous clubs and ac­ tivities a t Queen of P eace Boys High School. He plans J o major in Chem istry in college following graduation. He is ¡sponsored for the 1968 Chemical Caravan by B e r g en County m em bers of the Chem­ ical Industry Council of New Jer ­ sey.

and build a one-family liome on the 30-foot lot. The Initial request to make the two lots 36.46 and 35.93 feet wide and to build two-family homes or both w a s turned down by the Zoning Board of Adjustment at the October m eeting. The P lan­ ning Boat'd will grant the subdi­ vision if the Zpning Board will grant variances to build a twofamily and one-family home on the two lots.

The board also heard the new suggestion of William Leione, 24Q Summit; Ave. in which he would divide his present garage on the border of a proposed subdivision in half and have sideyards of three feet from the requested sub division Mne. He was told to have ¡lie plans prepared for submis­ sion and then the board would rulp'nn itArt nur 'U va, chairm an of the board, reported he, Vincent Pat-

Helstoski Boomed For “Higher Congressm an Henry Helstoski’s successful bid for a third tem in office was a trium ph over the coat-tail philosphy ol politics, a c ­ cording to formee State Senator Mfetfhow Feklmair oi Teaneck, who rftShttged Heir/oski’s c a m ­ paign. .. Feldm an said Helstoski g a rn e r­ ed nearly 13,000 more vote® th an Vice P resident Humphrey .n the Ninth Congressional D istrict, while his GOP opponent, A ssem ­ blym an P eter Moraites, ran som e 11,600 votes b»>liirid P re sid e n t elect Nixon. Feldm an comm ented, “Con­ gressm an Helstoski’s victory is

clearly attrlbutab.e to the work indepen­ dents who operated *he Citizens for Helstoski movement, and the Dem ocratic Coalition ol Bergen Coimty. comprising former sup­ porters of Senator Eugene Mc­ Carthy. “ BUt what Should not be over­ looked is the fact that the Con­ gressm an g ave thes,) workers the m aterials with 'whirh to cam ­ paign for him, hy taking early defined positio.ts' on .the issues. Assemblyman Moraites, on the other hand, seemed to be content to cam paign as a m ember of the Nixon team .

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"Apparently, the independent voter — who seem s to be weild>ng the balance of power, in this Congressional district at least-* as more interested in the indi­ vidual candidates for Congress than in their relationship to the national ticket,” Feldman said.

D00 voes higher than the comeined Vote cast for Helstoski, Mo­ raites and the three independent candidates.

"T o me, this signifies a greatly increased awareness on the part of the voter of the men and the ¡¡-.sues a t the Congressional lev­ According tq the unofficial! re­ e l" Feldm an said. turns, Feldm an said, Vice P resi­ “By bucking a solid tide of Re­ dent Humphrey carried only five publicanism in Bergen County, of rive 36 communities in t h e Congressm an Helstoski has ferNinth. District, while Helstoski jairily achieved a position of im ­ carried 11 portance in State politics. H o '

Feldm an pointed out. that ' the has projected himself as a pros­ total vote foi President in the pective candidate for higher of­ Ninth D istric was only abou 7,- fice,” Feldm an concluded.

Daniel M arfino, B ernie H e fiern , H arold Flt7,p:ctrir!t, K eith Settem brlno, Daniel N o tte, W illiam Crupi. 4th Kow - L eft to R ig h t: E dw ard Polew acz, Michael I run ehlno, Jam es Gulda, Robert W allace, Joseph Barbalaco, M ichael O’Gorm an. 5th Row - Ja m es Gulda . Coach (Not In picture • Paul G aeelone and M ark Thorne).

Another Power Break Darkens Area

Mysterious power failures erated rum ors that a system atic effort to break down the power continue to plague the area supply of the pfitjlic is being con­ In CarLstadt and East Rutherducted. H on’d the street lights blacked out erno, chairm an of the Zoning Authorities, 'however, are m ak­ Board, and Commissioner John when a sm all transform er failed ing no continents at this time. Sunday night C. G arde, had spoken on their The problem was trac ed imme respective boards a t a Parent Ed Coming on top of the power_ uea'ion m eeting of the H i g h failure in Lyndhurst just before d lately to a sm all Piiblie Service School PT A Oct. 15. He also re­ the Nov. 5 election and the two transform er on T biid Street neai ported he and Alfred Lombard i, t>ombings that blew off the logs Hoboken Road. Lights in homes ice chairm an of th e Plahning of huge supports for high tension flickered twi e but di dnot go out Board and two membei-s of the wires the new failure has accel­ “ We had a transform er trhowB oard of Commissioners and two from tnc Zoning Board had met to discuss changes in the zoning ordinance,

Planning Board Reconsiders Case Last week the Lyndhurst P lan­ ning Board held for consideration a subdivision requent by Dorothy and Josephine Zarillo, 741 T hird Ave. a fte r first rejecting a p r e ­ vious request. T he new1 request was to tak e five feet from a plot of land 4S.93 feet wide, and add It to another plot presently 25 foot wide. It Ls planned to build a two-family . home on the 40 foot lot,after d e ­ molishing the present structure

LYNDHURST ALL STA RS 1968 — Ist Kow Lcft t«i U ight: P eter Rlzzuto, N orbert L ajternran, Koimltl W ein, (¡regory Gargano, Rotiert Spagnuolö, Paul Adam o, Joseph C utruzzuhi. 2ml Row - Left to R ight: John Toscano, Joseph C upak, P a tric k YValluce, F rank Vuono, William Smith. Srd Row Lift to Rlglit:

ing sparks," Carlstadt p o l i c e said this morning. Two policemen were assigned to the area olf the transform er to keep people away from the spark ing transform er around 7:30 p.m. th e y said. At nearby Turn Hall On Broad Street, w here an a ll­ d ry gym nastic competition w as draw ing to a close, a man who cam e to pick up his daughter said: "Someone bombed the transform er."

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Jim Vuono. 6 T ’, 237 lbs. vet­ ern Colorado College -in his own eran defensive end for Adams time. He has been timed in footS tate College is being boomed hall, tops at 4.7 in the forty-yard for All-American honors. T h e dash. native of Lyndhurst. has been a He has been a ccjol and poised fixture at defensive end for three playër since his arrival a t Adams years, and annually heads up th State College. He hiw„never been list ol top tackier on the A-State out one game with an injury. He team. Last year Vuono beat out w as a standout as a sophomore All-American Tom Bilotta for in the Mineral Water Bowl win the iscpt tackles in one season. over Southw est, Missouri State ,iv The savage rush put on quarCollege "held in Excelsior Springs, tc rbacks and running backs by Missouri. this fast moving dynamo h a s . Vuono has been a concsistent ■a m ade him at legend a t the suthperform er for thret years and (*sn Cnlrad CUninnrmnnnnniiiii thus has received the nod 1 the terbacks and running backs by this fast moving dynamo - h a s caching staff fr the pst sea m ade him a legend a t the south- sn kuds.