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HAGUE MAY NAME REILLY COUNTY LEADER PIONEER ANALYST LISTS PARADE AS TOP-RANKING PAPER Popular Boro Chief Executive May Get Big Recognition Democrats from various parts of Bergen County ane planning to draft Mayor John J. Reilly, of Waldwick, as the Bergen County Democratic chieftain, according to reports from sources believed to be highly reliable. It is said that Mayor Reilly is the only Democratic chief ex­ ecutive in Bergen County who has served continuously for nearly two decades as the municipal ad..mroistration leader and that nei' ther County Democratic Chairman H. J. Hoffman nor former Pro­ secutor James J. Breslin nor Jack Doscher, who reside in strongly Republican strongholds, have ever tad the record-breaking honor of controlling any municipal go­ vernment such as Mayor Reilly of Waldwick has demonstrated. The Jersey Taxpayers and Rentpayer Association has pledged to support Mayor Reilly's economy program in Waldwick. A delega­ tion of Democrats, it is rumored, may visit Mayor Frank Hague soon to urge upon Mayor Frank Hague to designate Reilly as county leader in Bergen.

United Nations Receive Offer Of Waldwick Commerce Chamber To Build Skyscraper In State The United Nations Organization has received the proposal of the Walwick Cham­ ber of Commerce for considering the advisability of erecting its future home in form of a gigantic skyscraper in this borough. A month ago Editor M. Martin Turpanjian of the Jersey Parade, who is the secretary of the Chamber-Commerce made the suggestion. The following letter was received from the headquarters’ committee’s secretary, Glenn E. Bennett: OUR NEW MAYOR

■Q “ I am directed by the Secre-*®tary-General to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of December 14 in which you invited the United Nations to consider' Waldwick, New Jersey, as a possible site for headquarters. “I am directed to say that the S e c r e t a ry-General appreciated your interest and the spirit in which your invitation was exten­ ded.” The latter was addressed to M. Martin Turpanjian, secretary of the Waldwick Chamber of Commerce.

Waldwick Chamber of Commerce Will Install Officers

HAVE COURAGE If you think that you are beaten, you are. If you think that you dare dare not, you don’t. If you like to win, but think that you can’t It is almost a cinch that you won’t If you think you would lose, you have lost For out in the world we find, Success begins in a fellows will Its all in the state of mind. M l many race is lost, ere even a step is run Many a coward fails, ere even his work begun Think big, and your deeds will grow Think small, and you will fall behind Think that you can, and you will Its all in the state of mind. H you think that you are out­ classed, you are. You have to think high to raise You have got to be. sure of your­ self, if you want to win a prize hifes battles don’t always go to the stronger or faster man

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F. J. BURNETT of Allendale

GOING PLACES W IT H M A R TIN THE ROUNDERS, Route 17, (opposite the Skating Rink) Paramus, telephone Oradell 82108. Samuel Salnick is the pro­ prietor of this famous eating place where people from all parts of New York and New Jersey con­ gregate. For the best of food and finest assortment of liquors, wines and beers this place has no peer. The prices are always right. The food is delicious, the atmosphere is charming and once you visit this place you would become re­ gular patronizers.

Occhi’s Barbecue, Route 17, Paramus, telephone Oradell 82889. George Occhipinti is the pro­ prietor of this popular place. High school students from Ramsey, Ridgewood and other areas are frequent patronizers. Dancing is 3ut sooner or later the man who permitted at the eating place will win Is the man who thinks that where hot dogs, hamburgers and he CAN. ice cream are served.

The much-heralded instalation banquet of the Waldwick Cham­ ber of Commerce will take place Wednesday evening, January 8 at 8:30 o’clock in Stasny Ca­ sino, Franklin Turnpike. Sheriff Frank Livermore and Aaron Aljian, past president of Ridge­ wood Chamber of Commerce, will be among the guest spea­ kers.

H. D. ALBERT of Waldwick JERSEY PARADE EXTENDS SEASON’S GREETINGS

“White Way” Lighting System Advocated At Prospect Plaza Several members of the Walwick Chamber of Commerce are of the opinion that the business center of the borough should have “ white way” lighting system from Franklin Turnpike to the Erie Depot along Prospect Street. 7® The Chamber of Commerce are El-Cher Kennels, Route 17, Paramus, Telephone Oradell 8- also of the opinion that Prospect1733. This place is widely known Street should be widened. as chows of excellent type and Some members of the Chamber breeding. Puppies always on hand. are of the opinion that there The El-Cher Kennels is widely known throughout the states of should be a change of location for the Erie depot to enable the New York andNey Jersey. borough residents to pass along Ramsey Theatre, Ramsey, Tel. 9-0222. This place is one of the Prospect Street and that the trains finest and best showhouses in could stop in the vicinity of the the Garden State. If you want the freight house instead of at Proslatest attractions and most in- pest Street. tererting features this is the place In the meanwhile all members for you to visit and the place of the Chamber of Commerce are is open seven days. urged to make their reservations The J. O. Farm, Route 17, Lodi, for the installation banquet to has fine fruits and vegetables as take place Wednesday evening, well as turkeys. The prices are January 8 at Stasny Casino. T ic­ kets are $1.50 per person. most reasonable.

Authority Asserts . This Paper Has Makeup Excellence The readers of the Jersey Par­ ade would be delighted to know that in the opinion of one of the leading authorities in the world on newspaper makeup and lay­ out, this publication, which is widely known for going places and bringing double-barrelled effec­ tive results to our advertisers, has been clasified as a top-ranking weekly newspaper in America. Report of Survey Georke B. Atwood, of 37 Or­ chard St., Midland Park, who is 62 years of age, who has worked on the old New York World, and New York Reporter as well as other newspapers in various parts of America, has studied the week­ ly newspapers field for the past three decades and gives his un­ solicited, impartial views in a special analysis which is printed verbatim as a letter to the edi­ tor: Editor .Jersey Parade: Recently I chanced to buy a copy of the Jersey Parade on a newsstand. I was first impressed with the setup and the layout and the way you classify your news items. It reminded me more of a Metropoli­ tan daily than a community week­ ly. I also noticed the kind and type of your advertisers which speaks louder than words for a clean weekly. I am an old news­ paperman, having worked on the old New York World and New York Reporter, and for the past three decades having studied the weekly newspaper field as analyst, I have come to the conclusion that the Jersey Parade is one o f the top-ranking weekly newspapers in the United States.” Mr. Atwood is 62 years of age. He has studied law and is a gra­ duate of Princeton University and has also attended Columbia Un­ iversity. He has been a newspaper­ man for years. He was born in Hackensack and his ancestral background goes back to pre-civil war days.

Best New Year Gift In Ridg-ewood-House For Sum of $8,000 Thru Ace Realty Co. The best New Year gift any family in need of a house could have is the purchase of a beauti­ ful dwelling in a splendid section of Ridgewood Village. The sale price is $8,000. The Ace Realty Company of Waldwick, Telephone Allendale 1-3456, is the broker you should contact at your earli­ est possible convience.

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Friday, December 27, 1945

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Some 50 clubs, societies and organizations took part in the celebration. The embroidery and silk industries had huge floats, many pageants were staged. West Hoboken was then known as the largest town of its size in the entire United States. Dignitaries from far and near were at hand to witness the great celebration.

The Gajar organization decided to have the pageant of General Vartan, the greatest religious hero in the history of Armenia and as a matter of fact the greatest religious hero of the whole world. No one wanted the job of playing the role of Generay Vartan be­ cause it required riding a horse. Finally a gentleman member and compatriot, who looks a little bit like Napoleon Bonaparte and al­ ways desires to talk in loud and commanding voice to indicate his greatness and authority for he feels that he could be mistaken for Napoleon Bonaparte as a sheer reality, volunteered to tackle the job. Let is be also said that that gentleman is a photo-engraver and claims to be the author of dozens of dramas and is affectionately known as the “Armenian Shakespeare” is also interested in thea­ trical work as an actor. It was necessary that a well trained horse be hired for the auspicious occasion

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HOW WEST HOBOKEN MARKED ITS GOLDEN JUBILEE It was some 30 years ago that the Golden Jubilee celebration o f the old West Hoboken took place as a town. It is now known as Union City and Mayor Harry J. Thourot is its chief burgomaster.

Hudson County is widely known as having the largest ArmenianAmerican colony in New Jersey, and West Hoboken having the biggest bulk of the population. One of the leading social, athletic and theatrical organizations in the state in those days was the Gajar League, made up of Armenian-Americans of that community.

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Mr. X round a short cut by going to a neighborhood ArmenianAmeiican grocer, who was an elderly man and at the same time Walter E. Preater, Prop. highly religious type and was one of the founders of the Holy Cross Church of West Hoboken, and received permission to ride on the N. MAPLE A V E . HO-HO-KUS, N. J. grocer’s horse, which was used for delivering groceries in a horsedawn wagon. The stable of that horse was right behind the grocery store on the old Spring Street which is now known as Bergenline Avenue at the corner of the old Shippen Street now known as 24th Street. The grocer, who was aways an obliging type, warned Mr. X that animal had funny habits and unless he knew how to handle such a horse, Mr. X may fall on the pavement and injure himself. NEWS DEALER — STATIONERY — CANDY CIGARS — TOBACCO “ Don’t you worry a bit,, Pop” , assured Mr. X in an air of utter confi­ ICE CREAM MADE FRESH DAILY dence and pride and pointed out that he is an expert on riding horses. BEER — WINES — LIQUORS Some 75 male members of Gajar organization were in military Magazines Of All Kinds regalia as a unit of the great glorious Army of General Vartan and

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The parade started at the old Koch’s hardware corner where the Sears Roebucg & Co. department store now stands at Hudson Boulevard aand 32nd St. which was the beginning of the boundary line of the old West Hoboken and the destination was to have been at Transfer Station and Summit Avenue by way of Bergenline Ave The stable of the horse was in the rear of the grocery store at 24th St. and 22nd St. The march began with the bands playing “ Hail, Hail, the Gangs All Here,” and the special band of the Gajar organization then be­ gan to play the march of General Vartan and Mr. X was the hap­ piest man in the whole world, he was moving his sword up pand down in a proud and gentle manner to indicate his authority as the “great­ est religious hero in the world.” But lo and behold, alass and alack, the procession came to an abrupt ending and consternation reighned supreme when the horse of General Vartan arrived in the neighbordown Mr. X on the floor of the stable which was full of horse manure, hood of his stable and dashed right into his stable and knocked Karekin Proodian, the greatest humorist among the Armenian-Americahs in New Jersey, rushed to the rescue of Mr. X and shouted and wept by saying; O'h. Vartan, Oh, Chortan, I am sorry to find you

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Prisoners Realeased For Xmas Holidays

L E A R N DRAFTING Mechanical, Architectural, Aeronautical, Etc.

Seventeen hundred and sixty Army and Navy soldier-prisoners were able to spend the Christ­ as holidays with their families jjjjs week as a result of clemency ;Stended by the War and Navy Apartments. The Army released 1345 gengal prisoners on Dec.., 16, and Navy 425 on Dec. 17. All eiitences so commuted would ijve expired early in 1947. The Christmas clemency action is jn addition to post-war cle­ mency programs under which all prisoners serving sentences im-

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HINTS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Don’t gripe about the housing shortage — any roof over your head is better than an enemy bomber . . . --------- • ---------Don’t get all lit up toasting Lady Liberty because this is the first New Year’s Eve in many year’s that she’s been all lit up . . . --------- • ---------If you drive a car — drive as carefully as if your wife were going to have a baby. You might save somebody else’s baby that ■way . . . Don’t heckle the help. Your waiter today may be your land­ lord tomorrow . . .

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“ I saw it in a dream . . . An’ held o n ! ! ”

Legend insists every lad born Freedom- . . . in America has a chance to be And when you sing Auld Lang President — so before you be­ little Mr. Truman too much be Syne give a silent toast to Mother grateful the President isn’t you . .. and Dad for stamping you “Made In America” . . . Don’t be impatient with the UN delegates. Remember when NANCY you and your spouse scrap — you can always kiss and make up. They can’t — what would Winchell say?

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Don’t toss things around or . you may wind up as one of the things tossed . . .

------- • ------Don’t grumble about the res­ taurant service. Chances are the chap carrying a stack of dishes earned a Purple Heart while you were busy earning a stack of greenbacks . . .

------- • ------Half your fun is in the mind — but you don’t have to act half­ witted to prove it . . .

------- • ------Don't be misled by all the rab­ ble-rousers — pity them — they’re suffering from uranium in the cranium . . . --------- • ---------If you “ say it with flowers” and toss your girl a bouquet — remember first to remove the pot . . . Stop worrying about the ups and downs on the curb or you’ll wind up in one . . .

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Don’t envy current heroes or idols — remember Mons. Sheean’s observation that a halo need drop but a few inches to become a noose . . .

‘ — ----• ------Don't complain about the food— the stuff you turn down would be a lifesaver to a starving family in Europe . . . --------- • ---------If somebody accidently drops a platter in your lap. laugh it off. It’s better to kill a grouch than an evening . . .

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Extinguish cigarette and cigar butts. Lots of fires have been started because a dope, instead of a Christmas tree, was illu­ minated . . . Don’t try to feed a mounted cop’s horse a lump of sugar. Give it to the cop — he’ll appreciate it even more . . . New Year’s Eve is one night it’s permissable to toot your own horn — but not in your compan­ ion’s ear . . . D on’t grouse about Santa brought you . . . you’re enjoying one of precious gifts in the

the gifts remember the most world —

By Harry F. O’ Neill

BRONCHO BILL E n «O U T £ HOME WITH LITTLE TOMMY, BRONCHO BILL AND A RANGE PATROL­ MAN FIND O N E RANCHER STANDING OVER THE PROSTRATE FORM OF

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rriday. December 27, 1946

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N E W JERSEY MERRY-GO-ROUND CHANDLESS, WELLER & KRAM ER

To All Our Friends Counsellors-At-Law

By M . Martin Turpanjian

Season’s Greetings

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in such a predicament.” And the grocer also arrived on the scea> and admonished M. X by saying: “Didn’t I tell that it was a toug job to handle my horse. Chief of Police Angelo Stanton and rj4 squad of detectives rushed to the scene. Thousands and thousand! of men, women and children were witnessing the- incident. Mr y was extracted from the stable, and until the comotion subsided took exact one hour tand the parade then was resumed without % presence of Mr. X and his famous horse. The band then piayej “ Marching Through Georgia.” % DICK ALEXANDER

BILL ERVING

32 CHURCH STREET

Paterson, N. J.

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Richard Alexander, who now resides in Haledon, is one of the nicest men in America. He is generous and finds happiness in seeing

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so happy to be known as his followers and friends. He would give the shirt off his back to friends as long as they were on the leve with him. He invited as his guests all his followers to visit a Turkish bath in the Metropolitan area. They had plenty of drinks and sand-

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gong to their respective homes. And when Dick Alexander was read; to leave the turkish bath, he wanted to known the amout of

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known that the money was already collected from someone else. And it came to pass that Dick Alexander met his followers and began playing a game of cards with his followers. Later on when most of the boys got sobered up they began to express” Their H l f to someone else for treating them at the turkish bah and Dick Alexander then and_ there learned that he had been gypped by the turkish bath manager. He then asked all his followers to be in the same turkish bath the following Saturday night and instructed them all not to pay a penny as he was going to handle the situation. The; used the water perhaps three times more than the uSUal occasions they ordered three times more sandwiches and whiskey drinks, etc etc. and when they were ready to go home. Dick Alexander saw to il that everybody else was out and only he and the manaager weri left all alone and he asked politely: “ What is the damage, my dek sir?” and the manager nonchalantly stated: $62.75” and Dick Alexan­ der slapped the manager and spat in his face and shouted at bin that: “you can’t do that kind of monkey business with me by gyp­ ping my crowd double last week” and walked away. And the man ager then begged Dick Alexander not to tell that incident to any one else as it would ruin his business. IVVm H aVVH W UVIH H UH tVUtVVUUUtH UH M UUH UW II

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