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In fa ilu re man m any tim es has found his greatest success. Such w as the case w ith T h o m as Ed iso n and his a d ven tu re in the iron m ines in Sussex C o un ty. A ft e r several y ea rs of dedicated w o rk and the investm ent of much of his fo rtu n e Ed iso n fin a lly gave up. Y e t w h at Ed iso n discovered in the S u s ­ sex m ine has made w o rld reserves of iron ore alm ost inexhaustible. Steel, the sk ele­ ton upon w h ich w o rld econom y is b u ilt, should n ever be in short supply, as a re ­ sult. Ed iso n s theo ry seems sim ple enough. B y m ixing high grade iron o re w ith low grade he felt that it w ould be possible to m ake use of all iro n ore, probably th e most n redom inant of all ores, eco n om ically feasible. A t O gdensburg, in N ew Je r s e y ’s upper reaches, Ed iso n found the kind of ore he w an ted and con stru cted his plant. T w o problem s had to be conquered. O ne w as the q u a n it:es to b ° used in the m ix. T h e oth er w as the p rep aratio n of ore fo r the m ixing. Ed iso n needed huge grinders to chop up the ore. H e bu ilt then*. Then he needed a m ethod of com b :n ing the lo w grade w ith the hinrh grade. H e developed the b riqu ette — sim ila r to the charcoal briquettes that all p icn ick ers k n o w today. T h e great in ven tive mind of Ed iso n found no problem too form idable. It w as n ecessary to haul t h ° ore fro m the mine to the g rin d in g m achines. A vo u ng man nam ed R o b in w a s developing a belt system

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Approximately 1200 voung wo nu n from New Jersey attended ‘Oriental Paradise, the 43rd annual spring convention of Ui • New Jersey State Federation of Woman’s Clubs. Junior Member ship D e p t , held theirs at ( ’hai feme Haddon Hall, Atlantic Ci ty. May 15. 16 and 17 Mrs. David Smith of the Hawthorne .Iim or Woman's Cub served h s convention chairman. The Lyndtjurst Junior Worn * 's Club was represetned bv Mrs. A’fred Porro. outgo;ne p*e s'den*: Mrs. Frank Pezzola Jr . i'coming president, and dele pates Mmes. Anthony Becker. Kenneth Koppenjan. Vincent Purpura. Edward Maguire. John Senese. Bernard P a rs i, Rocco Con7o. Robert McCarthy. Michael Guarino. A. Magrini. Vval‘er Frey and Miss Anna Marie Amorelli. Awards were presented to Junior clubs in recognition of outstanding "work accomplished in the fields of welfare work, education and civic participa­ tion. The Lyndhurst Junior Wo­ man's Club was honored to re ecive 2nd place in the state for a two year Community Im nrov? nient Project sponsored by the Sears Roebuck Foundation for stneHor skill in renewin'? the ruaiity of Community Living. Tr.e Lyndhurst C u b accomplish ed this bv establishing t he Soirh Bergen Mental Health Center, servicing nine communities in South Bergen County , a population of anoroxi rnately 140 000. The National Foundation of March of Dimes presented them vv’th an Award I» Merit Merit for for their theircreative and < ■ creative and effective promotion of the pre vent ion of birth defects. The Club held educational programs t thelocal library' foryoung was women. The Braille Dept awarded a certificate for t h e

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A broad based group of Democrats throughout Bergen Cruntv today announced the es labiisbment of "Democrats Fo r Williams ". This group will be devoted to the re-election of Senator Harrison A. Williams J r . in the upcoming Prim ary cn June 2nd.

ship in legislative areas con cerning senior citizens, mass transportation. model ctic > and migrant worker reform Andora. who is former County Chairman, and Mrs. Feingold who is currently State Commit tc ( woman, called on all Demo ciats to unite behind Senator Anthony D. Andora. Chairman Williamsand to contact them to work for his election on June ! of "Democrats for William s", made public a list of elected of f’<«als and Party officials who C am p isi W in n e r O f endorse Senator William s’ can A G O Traineeship fiidacv. John A. Campisi son of Mr In a letter to all County Committeemen. Municipal and Mrs. Joseph Campisi of 33!» Chairmen, and other Democra­ High street. North Ari in • has received an Atomic Kn-tic officials. Andora and Mrs. Audrey Feingold called on them Commission traineeship *u tnl

!r S ‘200 K I C H E R — Lyndhurst Ju n io r Women walked off w ith a S200 second place achievement aw ard for organizing the South llergen Mental H ealth ( ’enter. A w a rd was accepted by Mrs. F ra n k fvzzolla, J r . president of the juniors and M rs. Anthony R. Becker, chairm an of the com m unity improvement committee.

Health Center, The Newsletter placed second in the State and their Literature and Education and Membership Depts. placed 3rd for Best All Around Work. Individual a wards were made to Mrs. John Senese for an artide submitted to Ted A Junior, a state Club newspaper, and to Mrs. Lloyd Reynolds for the American Horne Contest in stitchery. The Junior Membership Do partment of theNew J e r s e y Slate Federation of Women’s C'ubs announced $31.345.26 has been raised for Ranch Hope, a

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ing A u th o rity overlo o ks the fact that it has no rig h ts w h atso ever in this situation. M a y o r P lo s ia and the council w e re elected by the vo ters of E a s t R u th e rfo rd . T h e y collect the taxes fro m E a s t R u th e rfo rd tax p ayers. T h e y a re charged w ith p ro te ct­ ing the taxes. T h e v m ust account to the ve ters of E a s t R u th e rfo rd . W h a t is the resp o nsib ility of the B e rg e n C oun ty H o u sin g A u t h o r it y ? W h o in E a s t R u th e rfo rd kn o w s th e m ? I f redress is la te r sought by the tax p a yers of E a s t R u th e rfo rd w ill they go to the B o ro u g h H a ll o r to the B e rg e n C o u n ty H ou sin g A u th o rity w h o eve r th e y a re and w h e re ve r th e v a r e ? M a y o r P lo s ia rig h tfu lly w a n ts to set up an E a s t R u th e rfo rd H o u sin g A u th o rity . T h e B e rg e n C o un ty a gen cy should help, guide and cooperate. It should see that E a s t R u th e rfo rd gets the a u th o ritv. It should see that the fed eral g ran t fo r hous­ ing goe 8 to E a s t R u th e rfo rd , w h ich rich ly deserves it. T h e re is no reason w h y E a s t R u th e rfo rd cannot build its ow n housing and run it. T h e B e rg e n C o un ty a u th o rity should o n ly serve in a n 'a d v is o ry rcle. F o r this should be rem em berer!: it is Ea ~ t R u th e rfo rd tax p ayers w ho have.p aid in^o t h ° fed eral tre‘*»surv. N o w h e re in the fed eral books w ill there be found one pennv of ta x p a y e r m oney tro m “ b e rg e n C o u n ­

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*o suoport Senator Williams for his service to the people of New Jersey. They pointed out that, for the first time. New Jersey has an opportunity to have the Chairman of a major Sena4e Commttee. Williams is in line to become Chairman of the powerful Senate Labor and Pu blic Welfare Committee w’rch is responsible for all legislation on labor, welfare and education. They also point out his leader

to be both obvious and pressing. T h e y w ill have to be answ ered. T h e tw o - p arty system is under trem en ­ dous pressure at this tim e. T h e v ia b ility of the tw o -p arty system is questioned deeply not on ly in cam puses but in livin g room s across the nation. O n ce a p rim a ry ejectio n is o ve r the vo ters seldom have reco u rse except to vo te fo r the candidates w h o vtm erpe fro m the o rim a ry elections. T h is m akes it essential that the p a rty leaders have a coGe as c!ear and high as that dem anded of t^e candidates. T h is is w h y a candidate must be w eighed not o nly o r the me-its he possesses— but upon the m erits of those w ho a re sponsoring his c a n d iJa cv . T b flt is w h y this nonsense about the pa ty leadershin must refuse to take sides ;n a p rim a ry election should be ended. T h e D e m o cra tic p a rty is faced w ith a tough p rim a ry e!e~tion. T h e p a rty lead er­ ship, w h ’ch should have conducted a deep ir*ve ;tig a t'o n into the qualities of its can¿ H e te s , should bv this tim e h ave spoken. '''h a t is the*e in the background of Sen. W illia m s ' ‘/bi^h prom otes or w'orks against h ’s c an d id a c y ? H o w a b o rt State ^en. F »a n k G u a rin i of Je r s e y C i t y ? W h » t does the p a rty lead er­ ship k n o w about h im ? C '»rtain ly the p a rty leadership owes the p uM ic a •~o»-ecard. Sen. W illia m s “ p rob lem ” m akes this all the m ore m andatory.

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T h e B e rg e n C o un ty H ou sin g A u th o rity w a s created to get housing fo r B e rg e n C o un ty. U n fo rtu n a te ly , B e rg e n C o u n ty is only a geo grap h ical en tity . H a v in g no taxing p ow ers, it exists o n ly because it is an arm o f the state governm ent. O u r counties w e re established in ru ra l days because of the d iffic u lty of tran sp o rtatio n problems. 1 hey w e re intended to help not replace m u n icip alities w h ich are the tru e g o ve rn ­ ing agencies of the state. T h u s the a ttitu d e of the B e rg e n C o un ty H o u sin g A u th o rity to E a s t R u th e rfo rd ’s predicam ent is startlin g . W h e n M a y o r Ja m e s P lc s ia and the R e ­ publican c cu .icil m em bers took co n tro l in E a s t R u th e rfo rd they found the con tract into w hich the previous a d m in istra tio n had en tered w ith the county h ig h ly vu lnerable ro fa r as the rig h ts of E a s t R u th e rfo rd we-e concerned. T h e co n tract called fo r spending a b a r­ rel of m o n ey— $2.7 nrvllion— in E a s t R u t h ­ erfo rd . C u t it did not provide the safety m easures the council thought necessary. E v e r y e rfo»-t o ' P lo s ’.a and t^e council to w in a he'tc** ^eal fo r C ast R u th e rfo rd has been resisted. Th^ F e 'g e n C o u it y a u th o rity fp rgets th at it exists or*!-/ be^au^e F a s t Rutherf o H is a tax p a yin g com m u n ity th at con­ trib u te t o the cou n ty governm ent fa r m ore than it receives. T h e B e rg e n C o u n ty H o u s ­

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of tra n sp o rtin g m aterials. Ed iso n drafted the youn g m an's talents and the firs t great c o n ve yo r belt in the c o u n try w as built in the N o rth Je r s e y H ills . W h a t E d iso n could not foresee w as that the M e ra b i range w ould be discovered, that iro n o re of such q u a lity seemed in such g re at quantities that no one ever thought th at low grade iro n ore w ould have value. j u t as Ed iso n began to ship his b ri­ quettes to steel foundries in P e n n sy lv a n ia the M esab i ran ge began sending out its high q u a lity ore. Nobody w an ted E d is o n ’s briquettes. H e understood and folded up his big adventure. B u t before he closed d o w n and accepted his loss of $2 m illi o n , Ed iso n got in tough w ith the cem ent m a n u fa ctu re rs and told them about Robin and the c o n ve yo r belt. T h e c o n ve yo r belt w as utilized, of course, and today is a m onum ent to the inven tiveness of R o b in and Edison. A nd the b riq u e tte s? A lm o st e v e ry steel com pany uses briqu^ttes today. T h e Mesafci iron range ran outstanding casefinding p r o c ry . It is reb u ’ld:ng tod ay because the lo w it'd of 1969-70 by the E y e Health q u ality ores that Ed iso n made useful a re Service Division of the N J still present there and are breath in g n ew State Commission for the Blind. !if» into the m ining ind u stry. C anada, Tne Youth Cooperation De?t. w hich has untold m ountains of lo w grade received a first place award for a ‘Project X ’ entry on the ore, is using the Ed iso n system . Mental E d is o n ’s ow n com pany today builds establishing of their e k c t- ic sm eltin g m ach in ery that gobble up b riqu ettes— and the w o rld is steelrich e r as a result.

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A lco h o lism is no longer a d irty word. It is one of the m any diseases to w hich the hum an being is subject. I hus ?t cam e as no great shock to learn th at ben. Y V iJia m s, our ju n io r re p rese n ­ ta tiv e in the U n ite d S ta te s Sen a te, had a d rin k in g problem . T h is w as a fact that was w e ll k n o w n in p olitical circles for years. It is a happy note that he ap paren tly has licked the problem and has not had a drink since 1968. In these "tell a ll” days the long sto ry prince 1 last T h u rsd a y on the subject by "ih e N e »/ Y o r k T im e s w as interestin g rc.ther thi-n *e ¡sational. A s Sen. W illia m s r’e la r t a Fe lias ie eived only c o n g ra tu la ­ tions and best wishes since the lim e s sto ry w a 3 printed. U n fo rtu n a te ly , the Sen. W illia m s sto ry, how eve-, has o p c e d the door to m any n ew qufc. lions— quest’ons w h ich m a y be­ come param ount in the general election should he s u rvive the p rim a ry election. T h e fact is Sen. W 11 am s w as not only o u r senator fro m 1968. H e has been vo tin g **9 one of tw o N e w J e r s e y s senators since 1948. T h e problem s that faced this nation in that period of tim e have been some of the m ost cru cial in the n atio n ’s h isto ry. W a s it fa ir fo r a man w ith a “ prob lem ” to he o u r vo tin g re p re se n ta tive ? W a s it f a ir fo r the D e m o cratic p arty to put up a m an w ith a “ problem ” ? T h ese are questions w hich w ould seem

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THE End Saving s Stam p S-'les B y Ju n e 30

The Post Office Department will discontinue the sale of U.S. Savings Stamps after June 30th. The Treasury Denar'.mont had announced in February that tW\v were ending the sa’e of the se stamps by the end of the fiscal year. Postmaster Blisard urges stu dents and others to cemnlete their unfilled stamp albums pri or to June 3Pih. and exchange them for U. S. Savings B:>nds. “ There is no better way for y* urg people to save." he said, "than buying and ho'ding U. S. Savings Bonds." The stamps can also be redeemed for cash at any post office. The stamps rang ng in value f r o m 10 c n . t s to $5 — were D a r t c r the Postal Savings proeram n- or io l'M4 wfhen they "jcined" t h ? W ar Bond drive. In addition to selling s t a m o s MR. & MR3. A. SO REN SEN directly to customers, post o 'f The wedding cf Mis* V.in::.e cuffs, and neckline. Each car- ices have also supplied schools Bousquet. daughter cf Mr. and red a bouquet of ponpoms. a n d other groups sponso? n g Mrs. Eduard Bousquel ¡if 61 babies breath and m nature «pvines programs Noel drive. .North Arlington. t o mses in white, yellow, avocado with floor Anthony Sorensen, sun e.. Mrs and lime tones, George Lahm of Teaneck and length ribbon streamers. Edward Sorensen of Hae!\ctts The mother of the bride wore town, took place Max 2 in Our . r, ice blue semi-fitted silk wor Lady Queen of Peace Church slid gown with accordian plea Rev. Joseph Laudati officiated. ti d chiffon sleeves, seed pearl A reception was held at The and crystal trimmed neckline Hasbrouek House in Hasbrouek end cuffs, and matching sleev It ss coat and head bow. The 1-'eights. ■other of the bridegroom wore Miss Mary Aon C \v!lo w i maid of honor. Bridesmaid' .* flowing aquamarine etiiffon »wn with a sequin and crystal were Misses Denise Bousquet. «ister of the bride. Marion Tom t, mimed bodice, matching pill kiewicz. Kathleen CT: 11;e^. and b<>\ headpiece, and silver ac Lmda Pizzuro. Michael Saren i essories. The coup’e have returned sen served as his br iliier's best man. Ushering were Wayiu tiom a wedding trip to Pocono Adams. Philip Bologna. Thomas Cardens and are residing in Longo. and Joseph Rodrigues I dgefidd Park. The bride, a graduate of J \ The bride wore a tradi. noa! Queen of Peace High School, is gown with Venice lace bodice, with Mintz. Girgan & Haitlon. I c. of Kearny. Her husband sleeves, and scallop'd Venice lace detachable train. Her el- a ' alumnus of Teaneck High b.»v\ length veil fell to m a S
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no the bulk rf the trrmcnr!r»n reserves of savings th*-’* have peurrd t ’lions and billions of dollars into tiie moi pa .\e mar il cally. m o r t w e ra es and a t*ra- u iiv I I ure these funds, ke t. About 10 per ccnt ‘ o'"* tremendous backlog of munici­ in that nr n. l e . savings accounts make u ) 50 pal and state financing. Look at be ava,l?b’9 . ' ' op--- • ... ir ?'»v’r*?,fj r ■is n New Jersey alone with the re With this kind r . 'p ’etu'c. 1 If these large depos'ts are sy­ ftrendum approval of $990 bill just don’t see how Congress phoned orf into the equ'ty mar ion ooi.d issue and the new*y cou’d stand on the s de lines Ve*. ‘t wi’l be a c^lem ' r*»r and water referendum. The and deny adequate housing, t».c mortgage banker and the capital panning committee cr .particularly to the ill-housed or In me buyer. As with n vn s‘.a«v New Jersey said two years ago the young people of the country. policy, once again we are the that by 1975, we in New Jersey Long term rates, as we know P ’-nc >al victim of inflation, for uould need $28 billion of new them today, could generally be who wants a 5 per ccnt savings finance for plants, dwellings, the pattern of the decade of the account when the dollar is shopping center. housing. 1070’s. “ Mr. Jesser said. los *'•£ its value at the same “ The third problem is the »•«•‘o? The matter of adequate sch 'o's. etc." "There are 1.600.000 deferred great demand for equities." savings is perhaps more serious housing units across the nation Mr. Jesser continued. The fact ‘Man at first thought, for with that were not built because o: is that fixed income invest ij ; substantial savings, the t °h t money, and during the ments have to a considerable ’ oi!4 ng industry, as we know' 1870's twenty six million units extent lost their appeal. 1 e m • cannot exist. And remember. will have to be build to keep remember ten years ago. when I.e:‘d;ng is our largest industry, pace w'ith family formation and our trust customers wou’d ... * ri truly the backbone of our e.uite happy to lnve <0 per c e il to rebuild the ghettos. r my," Mr. Jesser con Lo: '< ng i. r o^d i am afra. i in fixed income securit cs. Now chided. ¿hat there is going to be a ■they want 100 per cent in equ; world wide capital sho^t i*fo ties. I am sure that w sba". Our money center banks continue to have the small drained Europe of 22 billion of ‘ rainy d ay" savings accounts Eurodollars, and I don’t think but these accounts do not make'

Jesser Lists Bankers’ Problems Edward A Jesser Jr .. presi­ dent of the Pcc C3 Trust 0 ; n f,;.ny. outlined three major proo k rm facing «jankers „oday when as pres dent cf the New Jersey Bankers Assac at on. he he’d a p conference in Atlantic City. “ We new face the h:ome lx»rrowing rates have increased 50 per cent to 100 per cent, is the banker, just as the house wife blames the butcher when meat prices rise. “ The culmination of this re sctitment is manifest in the One Bank Holding comoanv b’ll

which h»s p«s ed the 11' i n end on which the Senate Bank ing ai d Cu’Te ;cy C< n n tt°e is now holding public hearings. This bill narrowly defines whai. a bank may do and what it may not do. It is ve y dangerous to narrowly def’ne the scope of an industry." " If this had been done to b; n'c:^
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Tc\a~. r,r' 'o ‘ ■1 " W e V e A s C’a a v os pf-1•*o”*au1-’ dcc:S;rn t > road ‘ li< :!o. : > • . i.e-.v 's A'dr dc;e and W al­ Bible from he:r soacocraft. Th ter Leyh. Wa.slrngton P T A — mothers cT the th:rd and eigh N e a r A s Y o u r Mr. and Mrs. R chard Bledsoe. “ 2” dasses supplied and served Lrft t<» rijjh t: J a m e s XV- T iiulall, p re sid en t of th e C ouncil of S o aial A g en cies of E ssex and W est H udson, p re s e n ts plaque to August Verdi, refreshments. Jo h n M itRiilllan, c en ter, fo r d istin g u ish ed service d u rin g h is tw o y e a rs a s p re s id e n t of th e W est H udson C o m m u n ity Council, Bi-.'i t and Grover Estes. while T h o m a s C ifeîli, new C ouncil p residili ooks on. P re s e n ta tio n vas m ud * a t a n n u a l m e e tin g of th e Council. T e l e p h o n e '' FraViklin PTA Mmes. William N . J . Sym phony To Piu m k y . Robert Schilling. R ü ban .aad Robcrl ile a Te\ orrack T ’ p three concert ser Under the sponsorsh ip of tho V. IIE IIE A S . a s th e l/ o n s C lub of L y n d h u rst, X. J . is a m e m | A I R C O ^ D i I i O i N I N G ica wall bo hold at tha 0 ” r :'' Lynchurst Recreation De;wrt b;*r of th e rnatioiu'.l A sso c ia tio n of Lions C lubs, an d RC C SEVELT Noover Auditorium on Nov^m rncnt the game. Which is to be W T IE R E A S, th e Lions C lub of L y n d h u rst, N . J . h a s scheduled ^ ir jn o - O r q a n 1 Bp^'rirp Downer her 1. February 7 and April 18. piaycei under the lights at Lia th e E y e M obile of th e V is:on C ru sa d e to be in L v n d h n rst, N . J . The I to isevelt School P T A AM concerts are on Sundays stadium in county park, is on M onday an d T u e sd ay , J u n e 1st a n d 2nd, 1970, fo r th e purpose ? final regular meetinti i«rd beein at 7:30 p.m. he’d A c c o r d io n scheduled to be one of the high of s c re e n !« " th e vision of th o se re sid en ts of L y n d h u rst W J . Invitation have bean mailed L .: * Thursday. Agenda for the w ho d e sir? t l f s service. lights of the summer season. S E R V I C E CO. % um ijijr m** of J u n e 1. 1970 and J u n e The King has gone all over the U r fn a i enjoyment S ile s & S e rv ic e s’.allation of officers for the 1070 friends of the symphony far a countiy and has startled and *î, 1970 a s S ig h t C o n se rv a tio n D ays. C e n t r a l A ir Cond tioning "1 :■ an Mrs. Warren Bogle in cocktail party on Saturday P E T E R J . R I SSO, M avor an-usod s ' rtball fans. He is one W in d o w U n its Englewood süiiled the new officers: Mrs. M ay 16. at the of the most versatile players A ll M a k e s S ■ i\ < are DcCar’o. Pro-’dent. Wc man's Clu’o. ever to trod the softball dia­ Frtd Hofmeister. F irs t Henry Lewis. Music Director M: s. Co m m ercial re frig e ra tio n . mond and has won acclaim Mrs.Donald of the New Jersey Symononv v ce p/e? dent. Rus^e’l C ,:partili. son cf Mr. wherever he has gone. 2.‘»7 I*ark A ve., N u t ley, N . J . ConipiM**rf «iriO Arrbniier t »r Second Vice Pres- Oichcstra. has been invited to and Mrs. Peter N. Caiparelli. Link. I N D U S T R IA L H A U L A G E CORP. The team was founded in 19 la C le ff C e n tu ry K en tan« Mrs. Edward E>or- speak to the guests about the 56 Clinton Place. East Ruther­ anti has played hundreds of ii.crt. 667-19 Ij3^ m r. Recording Secretary. sa'oists and programs t h a t ford. is one of more than 730 gLmes since then. Through the *na -»fhuher* M u«ir Cc* *f Industrial Waste Removal Mrs. Dona’d Sousa. Treasurer. have been selected for the Hack C adets in this year’s U. S. Air years the court has won over A ^ e r ^ + io n s New York C ity Mrs. Edward Cotugno. Corres e^srok concerts. Force Aeadcmy graduating 4.500 games and has lost 10 per A U L L T > rriji\ « lw ip u lv V 1 U K I E L L O A SO N fx nding Secretary. Mr. Alex La Two of the talented soloists ciass. cent ef that number. trr»«ioi»il Irmnni ni * sw . n m n l » ! ! H orn*» I tt p r c v e m p n » * tronica was installed as His who will perform with the orMini \ *nan. chestra are pauiists G ary Graft ef science degree and commis­ the best softball leagues in the » n g n F in is h e d B a s s m s n t » • A ll *M* T ;u' seventh and eighth grade man and William Masselos. sion as an A ir Force office June area, will pits its best against •n ô A t t i c s K lt c n e n « W o d **rn ;e o : r!s. under the direction of Both artists have received out­ 3. Feigner and company. Tickets p iu in b m q M . T t m u m S 'r t i n g 4 R o o f i n u M s E ’canor Wisniewski, pre- standing acclaim from the criThis is the 12th graduating for the big game are to go on A lu rn m u m D o o r s 4 W in d o w s scntcd a fash’ion show. Under t’cs. The New York T i m e s class in the 15-year history of s<;!e shortly. • r o r«*t A w s L yn d h w ^ sl t‘,< direction of Mr. Jam es Sed cie cribed Graffman as “ p u r e ti.e air academy. More than 70 (» E n e v a 8 -.Wx^ ¿t\\'ck. the seventh and eightii geld” and Messelos as "a su per cent of the graduating sen­ L*C O K T E BRO S. gi-.’dc boys offered a display nT pcrb pianist." The third soloist iors are going on to ni’a. or na­ . •IN O AL r |R A T lO N | item ; produced in tlie school will be announced at a later vigator trraining and 15 percent 4 Û JI riONS Al I T Y P E S 0^ v : kshep. v ¡11 pursue graduate studies at date. UH-viH ENCLOSURei Ont'Toing president. Mrs. throughout the v NCOWS A OOO«» Tickets will be hand’ed uoive/it’cs •A/f I N Ç T 4 L I h n Jeckert. announced that the country. The others will bo as l>uPonf V in y l C o a tse S in k s, B ath Tub», Tos'j-r.-. through the Women's Commit A lu m in jm S id in g l % y 70 publicity book for Roose signed to operational Air Force B asin* & E lectrfcal üuppn-a. tee. Subscription prices fo r iiM dm i Ou«^«'*«« \<’t School received the highest O A IX B a th ro o m V anitien m «di to the three concerts are $15. $12. units. p at accumulation in Bergan Cadet Carparclli majored in f-r »-mo w r » a m order $10 and $6 for students. Furth­ C-am’v and will be on dismay international affairs and was er information may bp obfainPipnes Cut & Thre*cieo 1i"i Atlantic City at the PTA named to the Dean’s List for his fd by calling Mrs. Kulik a* 947S'ute Cwvention. -h ademic excellence. To Order C o n tra c to rs O'i-iO. R e rreshments were served af He a loo received special re tea- the meeting by the Hospital i ,mition at the Academy by it\ Committee. Mrs. Thomas N . A . In terfaith h> appo ntmcnt as an element Cameron. Chairman. 1'aoe r with the cadet rank of K c ld Spring Prog ram 511 Schuyle»- A.ve. \ reorganization meeting will first lieutenant. K e a rn y , N . J . On Thursday evening. May 21 W l 2 > r « lr r s « u «ove ♦*«:[» N e w J e r s e y by Fifth grade students Terri LOr-.n A 's o c i a t i o n , d e fe n d a n t*-, a rd F or All M skey Of Stnv»* A L L S E R V IC E S D O N E rp o ra tio n are Hea!y. Gail V;o!pe. Michele C ’o Our Moderator will be a weM- co F r a n c is A. A. V e n d o la ; P r i s c i l l a U N D ER O N E ROOF Ä303 Berjfenlinp A * r. «/if e ; D e ll R i d g e niento, Christine Conte and De known Bergen County resident. V e n d o l" \ h is i corp. cf W e5t N ew Y ork, h . J. t7?HJ n ‘ u De’l under the guidance of Alfred W. Kiefer, immediate pN l u mJ.:b i n Eg. SWu p. p lBye r Cg oe rrp ..<5 B ro . C o ., P c lit o ; Mrs. Peter Clemente at the con past president of the New Je r ­ 3 c o rp . o f N . J.- J o s e p P b o n e 868-ard of N. J .; B a y 3 hore In r.u stn e . In .. OFT FITL P >g!e. Lyndliurst Council of the Bergen County Council of S a m u tl P a st-, m a n ; R u th W in sto n : P e te r M a ra ld o ; T h e F .r s t N a ticn -.l I ’TAs President, perfonned the Churches iiim s u - i* u tv v r B a n k and T r u s t C o m p a n y of T elevisio r S^'^ice n y, a n a tio n a l b ankir.g a s s o c ia t io n ; CALL FOR A FREE installation ceremonies for the and A n c h o r ^uoply C o m p in y . in c. Principal speakers will be LSTEVIATE ON’ A MW + Ai ♦ newly elected orficers. Presi a co rp ., Jo '^ p h ..'lessina a^1 Jenn> Executive M essin a , h is w ife , a re d e fe n d a n ts 22G volt — 3 wîie di.nt. Mrs. Domonick De Luca; Gerard Donoboue. A II M 1 IU I SERVICE TODAY Secretary. Citizens for Educa­ C iv il A ctio n - W rit of E x e c u tio n 1st vice president. Mrs. AnthoZ U C K E R . G O L D B E R G & W E IS S , A T T Y '3 . i’v Celia. 2nd vice president. tional Freedom and Albert Bur Color — Por «M»* u e of t e above sta te d stein. American Jewish Commit w rBi iy tov irtme d irected and d e liv e r d. M rs. Joseph Maida. Recording tee. I sh a ll expose fo r sale by P u ': l 'c D t G t R D O N S T.v S c.: Mrs. Patrick Burke. Cor ven d ue and sell to the h ig h e st b d. M ond ay, tne 3 i;i d a y of vi send ing Sec.: Mrs. Gordon D F o rm e rly A .C h a s a r& s o n As an in*c?ra] part of the Fo­ dJue nr e .on1970 at two o'c'ock m t.-.e S ;.\: o. Treasurer: Mrs. Frank rum, representatives from over a ftern o o n , p re v a ilin g tim e , a t the Fri*tiW - DftferiloB ELECTRIC1AN S M; Sluyvesknt A v ., LjodLux.« Voipc. and Historian: Mrs. Je r 20 groups and organizations will S h e r if .’s O' f e e , s it u ile d m tc.R id e e £io Berg en C o u n ty J a il B u ild in g , C o u rt r; .Conte. Mrs. DeLuca. gave a form a Reaction Panel direct S tre e t. H a c k e n s a c k , th a t is to s a y : N o rth A rllr <7>-n . A L L ti.e follow ng t r a c t or p a r ­ rt port on the meeting she at ir.g questions to the speakers. W L 4ite* e d of land and the p re m ise s heret( r.ded as a member of the Cit The program, open to all in in a f t r r p a r t ic u la r ly d e s c r ie d , s i t ­ M aso n ry u ated . ly in g and being in the m u n i­ ivrn’s Committee for Future the Southwest Bergen. W e s t c ip a lit y of T o w n sh -p of L y r d n u r s t J O H N 'S Si hool Expansion Programs Hudson, E a 't Essex Areas, will in the C o u n ty of Berg en and S ta te Je rse y : T . V . Se rvic e & Sales M & M a:a! assured the membership tr-ke place in Queen of P e a c e of BNEew IN G m ore p a r t ic u la rly d e s ­ M ason A: Itric k W ork t !iat she wou'd give continuous S- nior Hi|fh School Auditorium. crib ed a s fo llo w s: 438-912'B E I N G kno w n ->nd d ec-gnr»ed ?s P o rch e s — B ric k V eneer — reports on all meetings since Rutherford P'.ace. North Arling- L o t s 6°. *9 and 70 on a ce rta in - Z en ith - H ita ch i W iills — I’a tio s — S id ew alk s — R C A rra p «»ntitled " M m of P rn p e rtv of this is of vital concern to all ton. W.'lt<*r V in ^ '- n h ir g 1' 'V a n W i n ­ A lte ra tio n s F re e E stim a te * R Ä W . & Color T .V . parents and teachers. kle T r a r t ’i s it u ? t c a* T o w n r h in of C'all A n y tim e D iscount Prices U n ion , D**rren C-' . N . J ." w h ich m -n >*•■»«» f ! l**H n the P e ro - n r - u ^ L \ ND VS. R U T H E R F O R D 309 Chase Ave-, Lyn d h u rtt 759-2572 tv Cferk'-« C f f r e N o vem b er 21, One of the most exciting high -No 947. r O M M O N I . V know n ? s Mo school games of the bbaseball Mrs. Arthur Aubm was in season will take place Saturday W l - n n A v e n u e , L y n d h u r s t , N ew G la s s C o n tr a c to r tV ' s A L E S ~&~~SE R VI C E s a ile d as President of the Lin night when^Lyndhurst faces Ru­ I T is int»nd ed to H^*cribe t 1-« CO’"'^V**d to JoMOh coin Schoa-1 P T \ at the last re therford uader the lights at R. P o lito . nin«*- Hv on M o y » n ih -r *7. lOfiO 1n P^ok 4 86 gu’ar meeting. County Stadium, Lyndhurst. o* D eed s fo r B erg en C o u n ty . P a g e 511 S c h u y le r A ve. Mrs. Phiilin Paul was inF^pll K e a rn y , N. J . T o v ^ t h the It will be the first meeting of ir < > . off eer. Also seated with ' . IC '.Ü O .l.

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Jo e Graziano finally made his r'lier way lias been the d'Tfsrdebut last Sunday. He used ma < cp be'we en a 3 anti 1 season ny of the men who made up a t * 0 and 4 Global Tourist made it two in Manzo E ’ectric s team l a s » 0 1 or * e,r Pu rPoses--" C obras year. There were a few new fa a row by outlasting the Camp Paterson are class II teams. Liquori runs for love. That is • oner^ Outhit 13 to 7. Imperial Plio- Hr« the winners to 8 safeties, cos. too. They showed a lot of us. 15 14. This was a wild one, All the others are Class IV . a'l. . „ .. . . com t" Copy eked out a 6 (i draw in lioth hurlers exhibited well n>igh punch. getting runs easily e w !h the outcome uncertain avail, right dr.wn to the wire. The loss On the other hand. North Ar He is willing to do it. And he #f things to cook their struggle with Gerrity's perfect control as neither iss- nough. It was all to no lington is Class One — and fight does If. oyer Lounge. Bo'-bv-Dohmycr was urd a base on balls. Smith and though. They had only two real was the Campus’ first against ing for the title of the Northern Somehow this New Je rs e y ^ Sirab e|r s m0,,nd cho'ce. P a rry singled in the 5th and ly rough innings, which were ef'e win. No; ill AHjn^ton Pharmacy New Je rse y Conference. youngster has never received remendous rise of inter- while slow pitch artist Tony Val- Charlie Kvtehel hit between alx>ut two too many. The Jokers wn-i the:r th:rd in a row. com W e ll, in their bio hook up at the acclaim that has gone to ^ outdoors.... More and lerim worked for Gerrity's. Jim lird and short, driving in Srrvth pot five runs in the sixth inninr? the County P a rk Stadium , the other great m i'ers. He is f a r jindinn it Hurley tripled 2 ninners across with P a rry erasing to puy dirt end six runs in the seventh. ir 2 frr'm behind to defeat Th.' better looking than most ath- more fam ll es are finding O rarano made a good run for toners. 9 7. They erupted for se V'kings took the cake. fun to go aw ay weekends to and scored on a throwing error on Bartlett's infield out. K-rtchThe Vik'ngs did it with pitch­ Irles. Liquori could make the in the last inning to put TmDer- el led the stickers for Maschio's it but tbeir ninth inivng rally veil runs in that inning, and bv Nick Pap with"a pair''rf 'h;tS. Bob Donde” wns cut short. The final score - then held on as the Loners goina. And they d:dn't even use orarf, in the movies. He Is arti- camping sites for a » • " «■»»* late. When he talks he makes of outdoor living 12. Graziano. 11. 11. Nick Nick three more in in the the e eighth their ace, R ;ch Carter. Instead, N ally has put out a guide " o r Mickey Lamprecht and ro and Pete Cagnacci divided Jokers. * * « . 1 2- Gra.iano, three more ghth and Lapaninko and a man named ninth. Ray Passanante pitched the Vikinns used R ich B ryan sense and his sentences parse. o m p sites and it is selling like Al Ksporin loaded the sacks, on those 2 hits for Valley, Vince had four hits apiece, and well, getting out of three set>a Y et the sportswrlter a v o i d and he d:d we'l until the fourth. Kenny Larson for Gerrity's some of the hotcakes the cooks -V to have Dohmver issue a free Larry Cross had three runs bat nite jams when it looked like But when J ;m Bab ai came in Ivm , the people who run t h e are turning out over the o w n tkket to Hank Sorce to tie the Lounge and veteran John Czar he proved effective. track business accent him only files.... One of Ihe interesting Is county. Al Esporin with 3 hits, necki for Valley Brook Liquors ted in to lead the Jokers to the l.cners would blow the lid their first victory after one de off the game in the m ddle in Lyndhurst, r ch with p tche>-s. because he is a champion, S a n iv 's Island, loaded on L a rry Venancio and John Mor- hooked no in an e\it'ng mound feat. n’ngs. A il Sullivan had t h ?> went a'l th® wav with Ed Fortunate'y. Liquori seems to Route 553 three miles south of roll 2 hits apiece, provided most ¿up] wh!ch ended when C?nr Gatto’s Meats made it two in Pharmacists stymied until the Krause, one of its best. Lynd- have the courage of a champ C-iasshoro.... It is a 30 acre of the punch for Gerrity's. John nrc'Kj hit Tonv Vallerini in the hurst discovered a new ace in ion — and he doesn't need th< park that offers swimming, fish Kosk-i and Richie Warlick paced bottom of the 7th and bases load a row. Thev took on Tom and seventh, as he used the a r c Sonny’s on Wednesday and took P ’tCn very effectively. B nt h Lembo, who has won two key approval of the half-baked, ing, boating and a playoro’jnd .. the Imperial attack with two ed to force the winning tally atheir first victory by a score teams looked good in a w e l l games for the B e ars late in the G. W A S H IN G T O N eress. Mike Lamprecht doubled Toll is 53 a night and w ater is base hits each. season. Thus, although Lynd Are we wasting too m u c h in the f:rct. hitting pay d-irt on ci! 9 6. Then on Sunday they gott P'aved contest »»'ajlable a * each campsite.... now in its Lyndhurst Diner romnH to a League hurst is involved in the Passaic tim e sending kids throuqh e'eto bv the Fire Department, this The sanitary facilities are re- 15 to 2 decision over the Cobras, Ken Larson's sold smash ! :me bv 7 4. Their record now is third season, and competition nme of 'hem refuse to pnd Frank Clements each had is we’l played and there’s al says a word about the outdoor coasted along, allowing 6 hits, C/arnecki opened the 6th with a Krau'hiP"*on woo'd rns to beat. W 1t h runs, as the disaooointed Eddie was 16— Lived off the land for talked when Ja ck Torpey drop with a trip to the pokey?.... and proved victims of a 17 hit They’ve played well all season, everyone else out to get them, K rause d'scovered. a mon'h, flaM ina storm, foods pod Dennis Ensrlich's fly to W hat sa y ? Let's all chip in a barrage. Ronnie Kist hit for the but just couldn’t put it togeth . this is going to be an interesting L IQ U O R I'S C R IT IC S and ic e ... B v the time B ig few bucks to make T am arack circuit to open for the Diner, light, leaving the bases still Tt appears they are putting season, It is hard to see how anybody Georne was 21 he was the own loaded. Larson got the next 2 or Council's drive for a measly while Kist. Roo Ruzzo and Den can miss narrvnq M a rtv Liquo- er of 3 500 acres of Virg inia land it together now. and that could Next week’s schedule: 11 a.m. .......... $160,000 for a bigger, better, nis _ Sparta _ ^ led Diner ^ s attack hatters on a pop;up and a strike rl, the Cedar G rove m iler, as was an accomplished surveyor, be trouble for the remainder of North Arlington Pharmacy vs. more tnodern campinq s!te for with 3 h’ts. Bob Boias contribu cut. C/arneeki loc‘ his control the league. Global Tourist: Jokers vs. Tom the country's outstanding ath was adjutant qeneral of t h e our scouts go over the top.... ted 2 hits and Chuck Lanzerotti in the 7th inning, filling the bas­ lete. Not just being the greatest Southern D istrict of Virginia The Magnificent Men did it »rid Sonny's: Campus vs. Mag And how about a campaign to singled both runs home for the es on 2 w'a'ks and John Mor m iler but the greatest athlete, with the rank of m aior and was 55a,,'>’ rell’s safe bunt, setting t h e again, this time [jMnmoling n’ficcnt Mpn: 1 .R,m;• double the Boy Scout member Cobras. Liguori runs the mile. The receiving 150 pounds annually stage where the h;t bntsman Tem and Sonny's by a score of Meats vs. Graziano s. F ire De ship? And G irl Scout member mile is the classic test of all .... The fact that Biq George ne­ 3 .1 9. They are now 3 and 0. Tom partment vs. The Loners. Dave Rickert was in r a r e ended hostilities. Ken Larson al ships as well! time. Anybody who can soin a ver had formal education did for*m. setting 15 batters down lowed 6 hit;; for Gorritv’s while and Sonny’s as now 0 and 4. Tom mile under four minutes Is a not seem to handicap h:m.... He v ij the strikeout route. a n d C/arncoki held the winners to and Sonny's have been in all r 'a r v e l. Liquori can go under was one of the wisest men this ho’ding last season’s pennant 4 hits, but 6 walks and 2 hit bat- games they’ve played, exceptfour minutes when necessary. country ever pr'ort’iced because w inning Valley Brook Liquors trrs spelled the difference. ing this one. and a, break the To do this he must rem ain in condition 12 months a year. If requires back-breaking practice every day. It requires dedication that only one man can pro-

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&KofC NOTES A class of 17 candidates took their First Degree Wednesday night at the home of Lyndhurst K of C. Chancellor Richard A1 becker led the degree team in the exemplification. Nominations for officer of th 197071 term were made. Elec­ tions will be held Wednesday. June 10. Frank Jiosi. chairman of the Memorial Day services, announ ced that Mass at 9 a.m. will be held at Sacred Heart R . C. Church. After Mass, the march­ ers will assemble at Town Hall at 10:30 a.m. The Council is second in line of march. Invitatons have been extended to the Ladies Auxiliary. Squires C ir­ cle and Boy Scouts to partici­ pate After all the marchers are back at the club, refreshments will be served by Bob F r a n k and Jim Gallagher. Joseph Navatta. chairman of the annual Retreat at San A! fonso, the weekend of Sept. 18, 19, 20, announced that applica tions and down payments are being accepted.

Miss Linda Jeanne Natiello. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E . Natiello. was initiaN A H O N A L C O M M U N ITY B A N K ’S V ie e .P re s id »nt, H e n ry N. N eg lia, hold in g 1 st p riz e tro p h y ted into the Alpha X i Cha/pter of a w a rd e d to b a n k a t T e te rb o ro A ir Show fo r b e s t d isp la y in its field prom oting; flying. L o o k in g on Alpha Gamma Delta at the Una n d s h a rin g ho n o rs a re (c e n te r) G eorge K ru se, p re s id e n t o f P o r ta D isp lay s of E a s t R u th e rfo rd , iversity of Maryland. bu ild er an d d e sig n e r of d isp la y booth, a n d (r ig h t) J a m e s P e te rs , pilot, an d a s s is ta n t c a s h ie r o f ______ __________________ ______ N a tio n a l C o m m u n ity B an k .

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Jersey’s Finest Golfers Qualify New Je rse y’s five finest play­ ing professionals, based on cur­ rent performances, will be qual­ ified automatically for the Dow Jones Open Invitational to be played at the Upper Montclair Country Club, August 27 30* Edgar A. Roll, general chair­ man of the Dow Jones Open John Cafone, president of the New Jersey P G A section, yesterday spelled out the way the five would be included as part (if the starting field of 144 for the world's richest golf tour namenl. Winners of the following tour­ naments will qualify automati­ cally: The Dodge Dealers Open of New Jersey. May 19 21 at the Rockaway R iver Country Club in DenviUe, providing he is a member of the N. J . P G A sec­ tion. The New Jersey P G A cham­ pion, to be determined at the Hendricks Field Golf Course in Belleville, June 24-26. The New Jersey State Open champion, to be determined at the Echo Lake Country Club in Westfield, Ju ly 15-17. Also to be qualified will be the respective Performance Point leaders, other than the above champions, based on a contin uing tally during tournaments prior to, and including a p r o amateur event at the Panther Valley Country Club in Allamuchy, August 20..

Two or three qualifiers will be realized on the basis of P e r­ formance Points, depending on the outcome of the Dodge Open. If the winner of the Dodge Open is not a member of the New Jersey P G A section, the three professionals with the highest point total will be qualified. If the Dodge Open champion is a New Jersey P G A member, then only the two point leaders will qualify. The Performance Point sys­ tem is a method of tournament performance evaluation which awards points for outstanding play in all open tournaments conducted by, or sanctioned by the New Jersey PG A . It is the method by which the New Je r ­ sey PG A annually determines the section's "P la y e r of the ^ ear."

Tne field for this qualifying also will include regular play ers on the national P G A tour who do not fall within the re­ quirements of 13 exempt cate­ gories whereby a golfer is eligi ble to compete in the Dow Jones Open without qualifying. Both events are under the aus­ pices of the T P D of the PGA.

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Kenneth Stewart, president of the Lyndhurst Masonic organi­ zation, requests Masons to meet at 9:30 a.m. Saturday at Heart Avenue and Valleybrook, next to Lyndhurst Paint Store to march in the Memorial Day Parade. After the march they will proceed to the Masonic Club for Camel's milk and 'eats' Besides the three titleholders fcr open house. ar.d the top performance play­ ers. other New Jersey profess­ ionals — and amateurs — will have one other local way of qualifying for the Dow Jones tournament.

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Bergen PTA Has Installation The installation ».! Mrs. Au/i list SUinbauer of iiasVenuek he gilts, as President of'the Ber ¿;en County Council of Parent Teacher Association iiighiigh*. ed ill * S->” ing C i i y Ce.uncil Meeting Wednesdav cenin«* at the Hackensack Iliuii S i.o il. Mr-. \'-,r ./ii Op' " V.ve pres'de*t b 'ou . il g” -el mr frr.m t!.e state a id .nstaiied tils' ofi.eers.

mthy Walter. North Arlington Seliool system, and Mrs. Nancy Geyer. Paramus. The h i g ii school teachers receiving Fellowships were Mrs. Audrey W il­ cn\. F a ir Lawn and Mr. Arnold Perrone. Lyndhurst.

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The annual Spring Music Fes tival almost wasn’t. The Seniors in «the concert suffered from food poisoning! Only by sheer dc termination did they put on a tumendous show. The Madri Pomp Squad tryouts were gals were a great success, and held last Wednesday, old mem their authentic 16th century cos bers didn't have to try-out tomes very effective. The finale

i band and olio us e i n V r ’liin of the Battle Hymn ol the He public b r o u y hi the I i o i i s i - to its feet. Where did the Seniors gel the food poisoning? On their class trip which was Tuesday ¿it Fernwood. Pennsylvania. Sup posedly. the dressing which many of them ate for supper was tainted. Other than tiie food poisoning all said thc\v had a (..bilious time.

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The Hackensack High Scie - ’ S\ mphonic Band, under t he direction of Anthony Gillio. op­ ened the meeting with two scl ections. Mrs. Mikon Berk, pres Also installed were t h r e e iriont. introduced Carl Padova Robert no. Superintendent cf Hacken vice presidents: Mrs. ■Ciamer. Oakland. Mrs Robert seek Schools, and Harold Bloom Van leÎC-.'Stine. Lodi: Mrs. Hon principal of Hackensack H i g h alci li? -V Westwood and Mrs. School. Mrs. Stephen Kupcisik. corre -ending secretary. junior president of Hackensack The Mis •s Linda R ibbert o R ci 4c ! e'd and Ga;l Driza m! Ne -thva’e. r; coivi d '•’00 sehol arshins or:s whn p’an a teaching career Beth girls plan to attend Jersey C'it> Slate College.

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Keep Your Faith, Go To Church E v e ry Sunday And Holy Days

ill Church Services Lyndhurst S A C R E D H E A R T R C. CHURCH Ridge Rd. A New Je rse y Ave. Rt. R ev. Msgr. Henry G. J. Beck, Pastor M A SSES D A IL Y 7:00. 1:00, 9 00, 6:31 p m Sat. - 7:00, 8:00, 1:30, 9 0« F I R S T F R ID A Y 4:00, 7:00, 7:31, I 00, 9 M, 4:30 p.m. HO LY D A YS — 4:00, 7:00, 8:00 9:00, 10:00, *2 Noon, 6:30, 8:0# Evening SUN D A Y — 4:30, 7:30, 1:45, 11:00, 11:15, 12:30, 5 p.m. 1:45, 11:30 Auditorium B A P T IS M S E v e ry Sunday, 2 00 p.m. D E V O T IO N S Monday evenings at 7:30 p.m. M iraculous Medal Novena C O N F E S S IO N S Saturd ays; eves of Holy Days ■nd of First Frid a y s - 3:00 to 5:00 p.m .; 7:00 to 9:80 p m. Monday evenin.gs after Nove na Devotions. O U R L A D Y O F MT. C A R M E L P A R IS H Church — 149 Copeland Avenue near R iverside Avenue Rectory — 197 Kingsland Ave., at W illow Avenue Phone: 935-1177 Nev. Ed w ard J . Hayes, Pastor R e v. Henry Naddeo, Asistant M A SSES Saturday: 7:30 p.m. (those who attend fulfill Sunday obliga tion) Sunday: 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12:00 W eekdays, 7:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. C O N F E S S IO N S — Saturdays and Evenings of Holydays, 3 4 and 7 8 p.m. Thursday before First F r i­ day, 7 to 8 p.m. F irst F rid a y before Mass B A P T IS M S Sunday at 2 p.m. by appoint­ ment M A R R IA G E S — At the Rectory as soon as possible N O VEN AS — Miraculous Medal Monday 7:30 p.m. St. Anthony Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. R E L IG I O U S IN S T R U C T IO N Wednesday, 3:15 p.m.

service. Thursday, May 2ft 7:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal Tuesday. June 2 8 p.m. Session meeting 8 p.m. Women's Association. Circle II

ft Church Services North Arlington

Mrs. Ferd in and Mazza Bible citations point out that

belief in evil forces has exist»(' i!trough the ages, under va i ■(•us names. The subject of th-.* anct Modern Necromancy, alias \h smerism and Hypnotism. De 'iniineed.’ One of the citations from Sci ecee .ind Health with Key to t: i Se: ntures by Mary Baker l\V(i.\. states: “Christian S c ie tv reveals Truth and Love as : . motive powers of man. Will blind, stubborn, and head loeg cooperates with appe till and passion. From this co i peratio i arises its evil, From this ¿tIso e me- its powerless i t ' s , since all power belongs it God. good.” The public is invited to at tend services starting at 11 a.m. at First Church of Christ S. entist. E. Pierrepont & Lin < I1:' Avis Rutherford.

Q U E E N OF P E A C E CHURCH North Arlington, N .J. Very Rev. Msgr. Thomas J. Tnuhy, Pastor R ev. Joseph M. Quinlan Rev. Joseph J . Laudati R ev. Ja m e s J . B rad y R ectory — 10 Franklin Place, 991 7660 Convent — 18 Franklin Place, 997 2141 Christian Brothers Facu lty House — 200 Ridge Road, 991 0235 M A SSES Saturd ay: 7:30 p.m. (those who attend fulfill Sunday obliga­ tion) Sunday: 6:30, 7:30, 9, 10:30 a.m ., 12 noon, and 5:30 p.m., in the church 9, 10:30 a.m. and 12 noon in the auditorium. E v e of Holy D ays: 7:30 p.m. (those attending fulfill Holy D ay obligation)

Mi's. Josephine Mazza. 44. of 320 Laurel Place. East Ruther­ ford. died May 22 at Bergen Pines Hospital. Paramus. She was a lifelong resident of this community and a parishbn er of St. Joseph's R. C. Church. She is survived by her hus band. Ferdinand: one son. Frederick of C'fton: a daugh ter. Adrianne. at home; her p i rents. Frank Perora of Clifton and Mrs. Gertrude Perera of East Rutherford: brother. Thomas Perea of Carlsiadt. and two sisters. Mrs. Joseph Scopoletti of Roselle Park and Mis. Jam es Chboanian of Carl stadt.

Jo s e p h W h it e

Joseph White of 19 Roosev elt street. North Arlington, d i e d May 22 at West Hudson Hospi ST. T H O M A S E P IS C O P A L tal. Keam y. after suffering a CHUPCH heart attack. He was 54. Stuyvesant & Forest Aves. Born in Keamy. Mr. W h i t e Lyndhurst, N .J. lived in Neptune City t>efore R ev. Coval T. G rate r, Rector moving to North Arlington sev Office Phone: 4315441 en years ago. He was employ ixl as a machinist with Reuther R U T H E R F O R D BAPTIST Engineering Co., Newark, for CHURCH the past eight years. Pestor John Dexter Greenleaf He leaves his wife. Mrs. Hel P h o n e : 438 6795 en Evtush White: three broth "T h e Church of the R o yal W el­ ers. W’illiam White of Keamy. com e" B im a rd Wfifte of Washington T H E L O R D 'S DAY — Township, and William Karas $*45 a.m. B ib le School of Newark: three sisters. Mrs 11 a.m . - Morning Worship, Josephine Stankewicz of K ear Youth Fellowship ny, Mrs. Veronica Levin, and I p.m. Evan g elistic Service Mrs. Josephine Lee. Wednesday — The funeral was Tuesday 8 p.m. Hour of Ble ssin f from Shaw Funeral Home. 138 Davis avenue. Keam y., with a L Y N D H U R S T HEBREW High Mass of Requiem m Our C EN TER Lady Queen of Peace Church. 333 V a l l e y Brook Avenue, be­ Interment was in Holy Cross tween Ridge Rd. & Stuyvesant Cemetery.

ClM 'fri.aidi's of th e W est H udson H osp ital w ill a id tio n a l H osp ital W eek by soliciting in all fo u r com K aufhold, D ire c to r of V o lu n te e rs h a n d s th e fir s t d a u g h te r of Mr. and M rs. E u g e n e K elly, 343 Be

• th»* h o s p ita l’s Building; F u n d D rive d u rin g N a ­ n u llities on S a tu rd a y . P ic tu r e d above, M rs. E d n a c o n ta in e r to C heerl-A ide, M iss P a tr ic ia Kelly, eh S tre e t, K e am y .

Masons To Honor Longtime Members

Tuesday. June 2 — 8 p.m. New. New Adult Group Wednesday. June 3 — Ciicles Meet B IL T M O R E P E N T E C O S T A L TABERN ACLE 119 Biltm ore Street, North Arlington, N. J . Telephone 998 9019 S E R V IC E S Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Sunday W orship 10:30 a.m. P ra y e r, Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Mid week Service, Thursday 7:30 p.m. R ev. Joseph Lattell ST. P A U L 'S E P IS C O P A L CHURCH Sunset Avenue and York Road North Arlington, N .J. The R ev. Fred erick C. Fox, I II , Priest In Charge Office Phone: 991 7252 R ectory Phone: 991 3137

Baptism s — E v e r y Sunday at 2 p.m. (Obtain form at R e c­ tory one week in advance). Other times by appointment. M arriages — Should be arrang ed with the Prie st at least 2 months in advance. C O N F E S S IO N S The R ev. Hae Jong Kim , Pastor Saturdays and evening of Sunday, M ay 31 — Holy D ays and First F r i ­ 9:45 a.m. Worship days, 4-5:30 p.m., and eve­ Rev. Hae Jong Kim preaching nings after Mass.

tast Rutherford CHRIST Methodist Church

Sermon: ‘Blessed are Those Who Mourn” : Anthem. ‘‘This F I R S T B A P T IS T C H U R C H O F Is My Song” , soloist Mrs. Mi A R L IN G T O N ep VanBochove. Worship As 650 K earny A ve., Kearny, N .J. sistant. Miss Fran Stidworthy The R e v. Robert E . Stetson. and Robert Murden. M inister 11 a.m. Church School M rs. Robert Haff, Minister of Acolytes, Barbara Stidworthy Music. and Robert Murden. 9:45 *.m . - Church School for all Monday. June 1 — eyes. 8 p.m. Administrative Board 11 a.m . - Morning VTurship Thursday. June 4 — 6 p.m. - J r . and Sr. Baptist 7 p.m. Junior choir rehearsal Youth Fellowship 8 p.m. Senior choir rehearsal All are welcome. Friday. June 5 — 7:30 p.m. Strawberry Festival with entertainment G R A C E LU T H ER A N CHURCH Ticket donations $1 for adults. 233 Ridge Road, North Arlington 75 cents for children. Pastor, Charles M. L. Oberkehr

On Wednesday evening. June bruch and Rudolph Nordbruch. listed above will be honored. 3. at 8 o'clock, at the Adoniram both of Cozy Lake. Oak Ridge. Ennis states that Joseph Rob­ Masonic Temple. 321 Second ertson of Maywood. District De The consolidation of H i g hAvenue, Lyndhurst. the follow puly Grand Master for the 25th land Lodge No. 80 and Adonir­ ing members of the newly Masonic Distrkft, will be pres­ am Lodge No. 236 of Free and formed Adoniram- Highland ent to assist in presenting the Accepted Masons into the new Lodge No. 80 F&AM . will be 50-year gold tokens and will re lodge, named Adoniram-H i g h honored and presented with a present Edward Rainey of Wyc land Lodge No. 80 F^ A M , was wards commemorating t h e i r koff. the presefit Grand Master approved at. the Annual Meet­ long continuous service to Free of Masons of the State of New ing of the Grand Lodge of Ma masonry: Jersey. s -ns held April 29 and 30 in At Charles A. Eisenfelder of Nut 60-Year tokens: Henry Albeit Ave., Lyndhurst lantic City. Highland Lodge was Jaeger.. John Henry Ruby and ley. the immediate Past Grand Rev. David Brow n, Cantor 103 years old and met in Jersey Master of the State, is expected Robert Edward Ruby. The Ru Study: 438-9582 M rs. Je a n n e tte Topp City, and Adoniram Lodge, al to join in the festivities and will by brothers were formerly Je r Home: 935 0744 most 50 years old. met in Lynd Mrs. Jeanette Vandervliet sey City residents but only John assist in presenting the 60-year burst. The new Lodge now Topp. 75. died May 21 at her new lives there. Robert R u b y tokens to the three members L A T T E R D A Y S A IN T S O F home. 274 Park Avenue. Lynd presently resides in Westwood. meets on the first and third who became Master Masons in J E S U S C H R IS T 213 Ridge Road Wednesday at the Adoniram hurst. T H E F IR S T P R E S B Y T E R I A N 1910. Jaeger lives in Fort Lauderdale. A. E . Starks, Pastor Church Phone: 991-2813 Masonic Temple. 321 Second Born in Passa-ic. Mrs. Topp C HURC H O F C A R LST A D T Guests of honor will be enter Florida. Services E v e ry Sunday at the Parsonage: 99B-7140. Avenue. Lyndhurst. The present had resided in Wallington and tained at a pre-meeting dinner Sunday School — 9 a.m. 457 Division Ave. Adoniram Masonic Temple, 50-Year tokens: John A. Ast master of the new lodge. W i 1- and refreshments will also fol Rutherford before moving to 438 5524 321 Second A ve., Lyndhurst S ervices — 9 and 10:31 a.m. l yndhurst 24 years ago. Until cti. William E . Kacmpf. Irving liam C. Ennis. Jr.. expects to low the meeting at the Mason Luther League: 2nd and 4th day Rev. W illia m G. Doxsey 10 a.m. - Church School F. Pharo. all Lyndhurst resi fill the Lodge Room on June 3. hei retirement in 1968, she was '(■ Temple. All Masons are cor 9:15 a.m. Church School I I a .n. - Preaching Service of month, 7 p.m. a stock and sales clerk at Levy dents, and Ludwig C. Nord at which lime those members dially invited to attend. 11 a.m. Divine Worship Alpha Om^ga: 4th Monday oi Brothers Department Store in Youth Meetings — Sunday ST M A T T H E W 'S E V A N G E L I ­ month, 8 p.m. Clifton for 10 years. She was a Evening. C AL LU T H ER A N CHURCH Men's Club: 1st Monday of the from the Waldo J. Ippolito M rs. Jo s e p h F e c c i V alley Brook Ave. & Travers PI member of the Lyndhurst Meth Rosa nans M e e t month, 8 p.m. ST. M IC H A E L 'S P .C . C H U R C H Funeral Home, followed by a R ev. Ern est G. Lindner, Pastor odist Church. Her husband. An Church Council: 2nd Monday of Ridge Road & Page Avenue Klatski Speaks Mrs. Clementine Fecci. &4. of Mass at Sacred Heart Church. The Sacred Heart Rosary So drew, died in 1967. Office: 295 T rave rs Place the month, 8 p.m. R ev. Ladislaus J . Wilczewsfcl, 649 New Jersey avenue. Lynd ciety will meet and recite the A t F D U Sem inar Phone: 939 2134 Church Bowling League: E v e ry Surviving are three daugh hurst died suddenly M ay 19 in Pastor rosary in the school cafeteria Tuesday, 8:30 p.m. 9:15 & 10:45 W orship Services Louis lula ters. Miss Jeanette, at home, New York City. F r . Anthony F. Bogdziewlci Charles Klatskin of East R u ­ on Thursday. June 4 at 8 p. m. lad ie s G uild: 3rd Wednesday o* 9:15 a.m. Sunday School Mrs. Everett Bever of Houston. F r . M artin Silver therford will be one of th e Louis lula. 75. of 57 Ridge The past president. Mrs. Fred Born in Palm a, Italy. Mrs. the month, 8 p.m. Texas, and Mrs. Elizabeth Bent Fecci came to this country in R;;ad Lyndhurst died May 24 at erick Blum will install the new Sunday Masses: 7:•#, 8:M 9:##, speakers at a seminar on the L Y N D H U R S T U N IT E D Pre-Confirmation Class: E a c h zirn of Bellevue. Wash.: six 1930 and settled in New York Cit ra Maass Hospital, 10:00, 11:30 meadowlands at Fairleigh Dick Bclle- ( fficers. M E T H O D IS T C H U R C H Wednesday, 3:30 p.m. grandchildren, three sisters. City. She moved to Lyndhurst v Me. W eekday Masses: 7:##, 7:3#, in son University in Teaneck on Mrs. Walter Pcdgorski will Confirmation Class: E ac h Stuyvesant and Tontine Aves. Mrs. Elizabeth Dynes of Gar 1:00 June 5. The seminar is sponsor­ three years ago. She was a Mr. Iula had been a salesman succeed Mrs. Philip Harris as Thursday, 7 p.m. R ev. N o r m a n Sm ith, Pastor field. Mrs. Irene McRwrath "f member of Local 32J. Building for tiie Scnnette Y a m Co., the president wit Miss Rose Cut ed by the Meadowlands Insti 307 T o n tin e Ave. 438 6928 Senior Choir: E ac h Thursday at Madison and Mrs. Gertrude W i tute, the Fairleigh Dickinson A W E S T M IN S T E R U N IT E D Service Employees. Bronx, until his retirement 10 one vvice president. Mrs. Frank 8 p.m. SUN D AY liam s of Clifton, and three bro P R E S B Y T E R IA N CHURCH She is survived by her hus vcars ago. Bom in New York J . King treasurer. Mrs. Domin Church Social Club: 3rd Satur­ lumni Association and the Ber 9:15 a .m . Youth Choir thers, Cornelius A. Vandervliet band. Joseph: three sons. Guer City, had had lived in Lynd ick Sousa Financial secretary, gen-Passaic Chapter of the Inde The R e v. Lee R. Bundgus 9:45 a .m . Church School day of Lakewood. Marinus Vartder ir.o of Miami. Fla.. Romeo of burst for the last 45 years. pendent Fee Appraisers Asso Ridge Road and Page Avenue and Mrs. Edward Klepp as re 11 a.m. Divine Worship vliet of Paterson and John Van Lyndhurst and Albert of Lincoln dation. Telephone: 939-7920 Surviving are his wife, the cording secretary. ( F i r s t Sunday — Holy Com­ F IR S T P R E S B Y T E K lA * clervliet of Grafton. Vt. Church going fam ilies »re hap Park; and six grandchildren. former Marie Rubertone; a munion) Jam es Sutphen. chairman of CHURCH pier fam ilies. laughter. Mrs. Edward Gior­ W in s Spanish Prize 7 p .m . S e n io r U M Y F Funeral services were held at She is also survived by her mo the Bergen County Planning OF NORTH A RLIN G TO N SU N D A Y S E R V IC E S — tr.er and four sisters, all :n Italy dano of Clifton: a sen. Victor of Henry C. Kreutzer, Pastor tl-c Steever Funeral Home. MONDAY — Board, will also be among the W orship Services 9:30 and 11 Funeral services were held Lyndhurst: three grandchildren Carole J . La Rose of Lynd Ridge Road & Ilford Avenue 7:15 p .m . J u n i o r H ig h U M Y F speakers. Representatives of a.m. M ay 23 at the Nazare Memorial and one great grandchild, and hurst, a student at Colby Coll­ Phone: 991-3444 4th M O N D A Y — the Federal Government. the Church School, 9:30 a.m. for Thomas E. Su llivan Hi-me Inc.. with a Mass at Sa .i sister. Mrs. Irene Sposato of ege. W atenille. Maine, h a s Sunday. May 31 8 p .m . P a r e n t s o f T e e n a g e r s state, financial institutions, the all ages cred Heart R. C. Church follow Brooklyn. been named a recipient of a Services 9 & 11 a.m. 1st T U E S D A Y — title industry and the engineer Thomas E . Sullivan of 154 6 p.m. Youth Fellowship ing. Spanish Book Prize. Baptisms at 1 1 a.m. 7:30 p .m . C o u n c il on M i n i s ­ ing profession also will be on Bergen Avenue. North Arlington Funeral services were held Week of May 28 Child Care at 9 a.m. only the panel. t r ie s died M ay 22 in Wrest Hudson Miss LaRose, the daughter of May 27 at the Nazare Memorial Thursday Sermon: ‘What Really Defiles' M rs. T. M a g a r e lli 2nd T U E S D A Y Hospital. Keamy. He was 66 .'feme, followed by a Mass at Mr. and Mrs. Vincent La Rose 9:30 12. Office Hours The meadowlands seminar is Thursday. May 28 7:30 p .m . C h u r c h S c h o o l of 731 Third St.. is a freshman. Funeral services were held Sacred Heart Church. open to the public with the pro­ Monday Born in Jersey City. Mr. Sul­ Choir rehearsals: Wesley, B o a rd She prepared for college at gram scheduled to start at 7:30 3:05 p.m. Brownies livan lived in North Arlington May. 26 for Mrs. Angelina Sen 4:30 p.m.. Chancel. 8 p.m. W ED N ESD AY Lyndhurst High School. IN M EM ORIAM Wednesday 38 years. He was employed as reelcoore Magarelli. 72. cf 612 7:30 p.m. Parents of children p.m. A question and answer pc 7:30 p .m . C h o ir r e h e a r s a l PIP1. OTTO D. 3 years ago 9:30 a.m. Dorcas C'::<•! a trainman for Lehigh Valley Third Ave.. Lyndhurst. whu to be baptized meet in Past nod will allow the audience to 1st T H U R S D A Y May 30 1967. participate in the discussions. 8 p.m. Vacation Bible .Seim.;! Kurtz In F ra te rn ity Railroad for 47 years before re died May 23 at home. or's Study W o m e n 's S o c ie t y of C h r is t ia n Dearest Dad. you are not for Planning Program. tiring a year ago. A native of Italy. Mrs. Ma Saturday. May 30 — S e rv ic e Warren H. Kurtz of 761 Ridge Coming Attraction: June 11 garelli came to the United gotten that on earth you arc no 9 a.m. Interfaith Memorial 2nd & 4th T H U R S D A Y — He leaves his wife. Mrs. Mae road, Lyndhurst who attends t p.m. Lasagne Dinner States 50 years ago. settling in more. In memory you arc al Service at Biltmore Pentecost 8 p .m . T h e G r a d u a t e s K nney Sullivan: four sons. Ro the Newark campus of Rutgers ways with us. Hoboken. She had reisded in ai Church 3rd T H U R S D A Y bert of East Brunswick. Thom University was elected to mem­ Love. Lyndhurst for the last four 1 p .m . M o t h e r s & P r e - S c h o o l as and William, both of North bership \n Ph i Beta Kappa, one Daughter & Sons years. She was a parishioner of F IR S T C H U R C H O F C H R IS T C h ild r e n Arlington, and Richard of St. of the highest scholastic honors Sacred Heart R.C. Church. S C IE N T IS T 3 rd S A T U R D A Y Louis: a daughter, M rs Edward accorded to undergraduate stu­ E . Pierrepont & Lincoln Aves. B U R K 7 p .m . 3 F McCabe of North Arlington: a Surviving are her husband. W E ST M IN ST R S P R E S D IN N E R dents. Rutherford, New Je rs e y The Women’s Association of sister. Mrs. Agnes Branev of Thomas: two sons. Corrado of B r a n c h of th e M o t h e r C h u r S h . T h e P resbyt eri an F irs t C h u rc h o f C h ir s t S c ie n tis t, North Arlington: and eight New Milford and Leo of Par Wes t mi nster R E E D M E M O R IA L U N IT E D F u n e ra l H o m e of B o sto n . M ass grandchildren. sippanv: three daughters, Mrs. Church, is sponsoring an App's P R E S B Y T E R IA N CHURCH S u n d a y S e r v i c e s a t 11 :0 0 A M W ednesday E v e n in g M e e t in g at Lasagne Dinner Thursday. June Rose Trombetta- of Hoboken. 281 Stuyvesant Avenye 8 .1 5 o 'c l o c k a t w i c h t e s t i m o n i e s of The funeral was Tuesday 11 ¡1 6 p.m. Reservations are C h r is t ia n S c ie n c e h e a lin g a r e g iv e n Mrs. Rita Detrizio cf Lvnd’iu Lyndhurst, N. J . R e a d in g R o o m at 5 S t a t io n S q u a re from Parow Funeral H o m e . and Miss Vincen'Ja Magarelli bruited to 100 so please make Church telephone: 431-7417 open e ff e c tiv e A p ril 1, M onday Jo h n L. Burk — Paul Konarski 185 Ridge road. North Arling th ro u gh Sa tu rd a y. 11 a m . ot 4 The Execuive. Board of the ai home; seven grandchildren yours early. Call the Church Of Sunday. M ay 31 pm C lo s e d le g a l h o lid a y s . ton, with a High Mass of Requi Woman's Club of Lyndhurst will f.:ie. 939 7920. on Frid ay morn and a sister. Mrs. Maryann 9:45 a.m. Bible School classes Lyndhurst, N. J . Will-power, hypnotism. and 52 R id g e Road em in Our Lady Queen of P e a c i ing. or Mrs. Robert Schmidt. meet Wednesday. June 3rd. at Abbitista cf Italy. for all ages occult practices are the oppO Church. Interment was in Holy the’ home of Mrs. John Roes. 5452 by Tuesday . June J 939-0490 li a.m. Morning W’orship site of control through spiritual Cross Cemetery. Funeral services were held Tickets are $1.75. 532 Sixth avenue, at one o’clock. Guest Minister: The Rev. Don explained in understanding, aid P. Smith. the Lesson-Sermon to be read Nursery and infant care is iii all Christian Science church D e p e n d a b le S e rv ic e Sin ce 1929 provided during the morning is this Sunday. P A R O W

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of All applications should be in by M rs Adrian Van Leeuven Farmingdale. Paternal grand parents are Mr. and Mrs. Pits quale Vitale of North Arlington

Life Sa vin g C ourse MoiTflay. To Begin A t N ew ark Y

N ew Com pany Takes P ro p e rly In E a st Rutherford M eadow s

A new Red Cross Senior Life M aso n ic C lu b M e e ts Vincent Puitf and Company. buildings since last fall. The Saving Course, given byy Essex The Masonic Club of L y n d Inc.. has leased 34.000 square company expects to have more Chapter of the .American Red hurst meets twice a month on feet of space in the Metro Indus than 200.000 square feet occu Cross, will begin next Tuesday th< second and fourth Wednes trial Centre ontfPaterson Plank p'ed by next year. ai the West Side Unit of the day. At their next meeting they Metro Industrial Centre is Road dn East Rutherford. N. Boys' Club of Newark. 161 Lit will make final plans for the arising in the shadow of New J . George A. Costa, president cr tleton avenue. Memorial Day parade in which skyscrapers on land The school prepares m e n Costa Development Corporation York The course is being offered ‘they will march joined by sev academically, militarily, and the developers, reports that the leased from the Borough of free of charge to persons 15 era! units of Salaam Temple. physically for entrance into the lease covers 15 years and calls East Rutherford. The 66-year years of age or older who are I'. S. Naval Academy at Anna for aggregate rentals o f ap lease to Costa Development in sound physical condition and A square dance will be the marks a pioneer departure in who can pass preliminary swim next scheduled affair at polis. Bruno will report to An proximately $750.000. th e ntipolis June 29. club on June 20. For tickets con The Puig Company, now de velopment for a New Jersey ming requirements. meadowlands community. tact John Woods or any mem Midsh'pnran Bruno, a 1969 located in the Bronx, is a major Classes will be held M ay 26. ber of the Masonic Club. 933 graduate of Queen of Peace dstributor of Soaoish lar^ua^e June 2. 9, 16. 18. 23. 25 and JO. 1330. Tickets are $3.00 each newspapers, and periodicals. Fello w ship W o n By H:gh School, entered the Naval from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. A fee of Prepara*ory School last An i The new bu lding. which will b;' M rs. D o ro th y W a t t e r five dollars for use of the facili ready for occupancy in •a’e ust. A varsity baseball and foot ties will be charged non mem Son To S a l V itales Mrs. Dorothy Watter, Learn bers of the Bovs' Club. bn 11 plaver at Queen of Peace, soring, will be used as a distri Dr. and Mrs. Salvatore F. T.g Disabilities Specialist in the ho also played varsityv football tion center and warehouse. National Red Cross certifi L ke all the other buildings in North Arlington public school c;.tes will be awarded students Vitale of 9 Eagle street. North while attending the preparato the Metro Industrial Centre, the system, has been awarded a who successfully complete the Arlington, announce the birth of re school. a son. Salvatore Francis Jr., 7 new building will be of one-storv teacher fellowship bv the Ber training requirements. lbs.. 8 ozs.. on April 25 at Moun b rc k and masonry desgn. gen County Council of PTAs. Son To R o b e rt G ra n ts There will be executive Montclair, To obtain enrollment applies- tainside Hospital. e presentation of the award t'ons or further information, con He joins a sister. Deborah Ann. A son. Steven K enne'Y 9 in the front of the building and was made atvthe Coouncii's an­ tact the Newark District Red 2. Mrs. Vitale is the"former Em lbs., 2 ozs.. was born to Mr. fuM sprinkler service throughout nual spring meeting held last H i g h Cross Safety Services office at ma Cascotie of Passaic, Mater Costa Development has df? night at Hackensack ( . .i r - n l II. CoyiivHi. H .ninr (ru st« * «>f th e B r e e n < nm itv H n n k rrs and Mrs. Robert Grant of Ja c k 710 High street, or call tM2 2888. nal grandparents are M r and \s s n ( s la m in e le fl), w ith th e n e w ly .e le eted IrUHlee, .lam i's sor.vrlle. Fla., on Ap” i 1 2 at the I'xered two 30.000 square foot School. W . w 'I hoii , (Htandhi^) at the oreanlziitlon'» .V>th annual Imnqurt, Naval Air Station Hospital in Also w ith th e ir Jacksonville The couple also I ininiv lim o li « I.iinlrv Club, Cressklll, M a y n w a s s o d a te an*, » e a litl tro m left, Trustee** J a m e s F . T ig h e. lv-s a son. Robert Donald Jr.. Tli m n IV l'a n te rio ri an d K aynm nd H. B ro w e r D avidson, is \ lee 2*2 . pii -id i**, N:i(.oit:il C o m m u n ity B an k , C o y m an Is sen io r v irt Mr. Grant, who has been »or pn-si lehf, IVopI s I ru st of New J e rse y . T ljfhe is a s s is ta n t vlee lin t T he l u lled N a tio n a l B ank. 1‘a u erso n , a sen io r vlee vi'vg aboard the USS ( ’oral Sen p. ,\a to n a l B ank. B row er, is p resid en t, B ergen somewhere in the Pacific since p re sid e n t C it/e I , ■September. will arrive* S ta te B ank. b-tk in this country in mid June when he will see Steven One arrest was made in each Kenneth for the first time. An Nsrco+ ics Arrests ej the following communities: ,!\ :a'.;on flyer control technician R dgofield. Leonia. Little For first class, his duty station is R'so In C o u n ty ry Allendale. Glen Rock. M.d .it f’ecil Field in Jacksonville. The Börsen Prosecutor's of !: nd Pa>k. Now Milford. *\trl Mrs. Grant is the former 1 1 > pio.Ki tiUU .1 100 per ce.'t stad!. North Arlington and Wood Kathleen Helms, daughter of iüt : v . i i n narcotics arrests R li^e. ba«cd «’il an arrest report io ­ The figures, according to Rfbcrt He’tns or Riverview ave ti. ( t'Jr * ! ; . I r niohths of 1970. Ai mers’ rt^ort. d«> not include nue. North Arlington. The pat arrests made in the county s <0 ernal grandparents are Mr. and to a reoort i" W Accord. Mrs. Fred J . Bien of D e v o n Narcotics Division municipalities and processed P at street. North Arlington. : beri Allmcrs. 600 through local emits. d ! .* I* i-suii- \>ere arreted for viola t .--i of narcotics law since the bi “ inning of this year. I pie f:" 11: ‘■ .ncli'.t'd 151 juv* n'U's. The rejMirt points out A N D TRU ST C O M P A N Y O F K E A R N Y t 1:11 the higher number of ar it « m in e d diuiittg April 165. P a rt T im e ( M a l e o r F e m a le ) ; <1 c ■-!!>;'t - < t h e t.e.al with Ju h o X . Bruno Jr .. son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruno of 118 Bathurst avenue. North Arlington, was graduated last Friday from the Naval Academy Preparato ry School at Bainbridge. Md.

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of as part of the application and and terminating at 4:30 p.m. date of adoption of this Ordin­ tion leave if leave without pay rector in writing at leftst one its duties and responsibilities to the proper administration ORDINANCE NO. 1467 AN ORDINANCE ESTAB advise the appointing authority All other employees of the ance, shall be entitled to addi is requested for reasons other week prior to the date set for the end that all positions in the thil ordinance. 10. The Municipal Adminis­ same classification shall be sufLISHING PERSONNEL POLI­ by confidential memorandum of Township governed by this Or­ tional sick leave credit of one- than illness. Written request for the Hearing, (c) Determination ficiently alike to permit the use trator shall cause this ordinance The dinance shall work a minimum half (Va) day for every month leave without pay must be ini­ CY, PRACTICES AND REGU any prior police record. The Director of the Depart- of a single descriptive title, the to be prepared in pamphlet LATIONS OF THE TOWNSHIP applicant may be rejected for of forty (40) hours per week, of service exceeding ten years. tiated by the employee, favorform and distributed to each OF LYNDHURST, BERGEN employment, if in the opinion of commencing no earlier than An employee absent on s i c k ab y endorsed by the Director ment shall, after comp’etion of sam e tests of competence and the same salary range, thus employee, together with a n y COUNTY, NEW JERSEY, TO the appointing authority, t h e 7:30 a.m. and terminating no leave for five (5) days shall be of the department and approved the Hearing make a determina­ carrying out the basic principle amendments or rules to be pro­ BE DESIGNATED AS SEC applicants police record dis­ later than 5:00 p.m., which required to file a certificate by the Board of Commissioners tion in writing, within thirty of classification which is equal mulgated by the Municipal Ad TION 2, SUBSECTION 4, OF closes a conviction of a crime hours of employment shall be from the employees physician before becoming effective. Such (30) days after the completion pay for equal work. A job class­ ministrator. of the Hearing. The action tak­ leave, except for military leave with the Municipal Administra determined by departmental di­ which may be detrimental to THE REVISED ORDINANCE 11. The Municipal Administra ification may contain one posi­ er by the Director of the De­ without pay, shall not be ap tor. An emp'oyee absent on sick rective. The Director of each the welfare of the Township. OF LYNDHURST. tion or a number of positions. tor shall cause every employee partment shall be in accordance leave for a perU>d of thirty (30) proved for a period longer than Department shall schedule the (d) The Township shall re­ The Board of Commissioners Municipal Administrator to sign a statement acknowled with the provisions of 2:4 20 (a) The of the Township of Lyndhurst, quire all applicants for employ lunch period for each employ­ days, may at the discretion of six (6) months at one t i m e . shall from time to time review ging receipt of said ordinance, County ef Bergen and State of ment prior to employment, to ee of the Department by a writ­ the Board of Commissioners be The Board of Commissioners and the Director of the Depart ment shall notify the employee the job classifications and sub­ together with rules promulgat New Jersey do ordain as fol­ successfully pass a physical ex­ ten directive filed with the Mu­ requested to submit to an ex may extend such leave for an ed by the Municipal Administra amination to assure that the nicipal Administrator and dis­ amination by a physician desig­ additional six months or any in writing of said action. The Di­ mit a report thereof to the lows: tor. rector shall inform the Munici­ Board of Commissioners. work required to be performed tributed to each employee of nated by the Board of Commis- portion thereof. 2:4-1 Title — 2:4-24 Imp'ementation by Re­ (c) Change in Classification 2:4-19 Requests for Leave — pal Administrator of the deter­ This Ordinance shall be will not cause Injury to the em the Department, provided that siones, at the expense of t h e solution — P'an: A request for any type of mination and instruct the Mun known as the "Personnel Poli­ ployee and that the person is Sôid lunch period shall not ex­ Township. An employee shall be The Board of Commissioners 1. The classification p l a n icipal Administrator of the ac cy, Practices and Regulations physically fit to meet the re­ ceed one hour during the busi entitled to credit for sick leave leave except sick leave or all tion to be taken against said may be amended from time to shall adopt by Resolution of the Township of Lyndhurst." quirements of the employment. ness day, and further provided time for prior service, if the death leave, shall be made on time by the Board of Commis­ matters necessary to properly The appointing authority may that the schedule sha!l be ar­ employee's service to the Town a form prescribed by the Muni­ emoloyee. 2*4-2 Declaration of Policy 2:4-21 Grievance Procedures— sioners. Such changes may re­ administer this ordinance pro cipal Administrator. Such re­ The personnel policies and require periodic physical exam­ ranged in a manner that will ship has been interrupted. An sult from the need of creating vided that said Resolution shall (a) General Policy: practices contained herein are inations for employees to deter­ require every office of the employee shall be entitled to quest, whenever possible. sha'I 1. It is the policy of the new positions, changes In org­ not be in conflict with the pro­ intended to protect the rights mine said emp'oyees ability to Township to be open to t h e credit for one ha f (Va) of un­ be made far enough in advance to permit approva', and, at the Township of Lyndhurst that ev- anization or changes in assign­ visions of this ordinance. and interests of every citizen of perform the duties of employ public continuously from 9:00 used accumulated sick leave 2:4-25 Departmental Rules, same time, to permit coverage ery emp'oyee at a'l times be ed duties and responsibilities. time at the time of retirement, a.m. until 4:30 p.m. ment satisfactorily. All physical the Township of Lyndhurst, whe Regulations and Directives — 2. The Municipal Administra­ ovided no employee shall be for the particular employment treated fairly, courteously, and 2:4-11 Holidays — pr ther Township employee or tax- examinations shall be by a phy(a) The Director of the Dc The following official holidays given credit for accumu ated so that municipal services shall with respect. Converse'y. each tor shall review all requests for payer. It is the intent and pur­ sician designated by the Board employee is exoected to accord creation of new positions, the purtment may establish, amend pose of the Township to attract of Commissioners, at the ex­ with pay shall be observed *by sick leave time beyond one hun not suffer. In the case of sick leave, the emoloyee shall notify the same treatment to his asso­ abo'ition or consolidation of pre­ and supplement rules, regu'athe Township: New Years Day, dred twenty (120) days. the best qualified persons to the pense of the Township. 2:4 14 Leave of Absence as a his department supervisor im ciates, supervisors and to the sent positions, reclassification tions and directives for govern­ Lincoln's Birthday, Washing­ 2:4 6 Tenure — service of the Township and to of positions to different j o b ing the internal operations of mediately if he is unable to re­ public. Result of Injury in Line of An employee subject to the ton's Birthday, Good F r i d a y , prov’d® effect:ve leade-ship, su­ classes or the reallocation or the department and the conduct (b) Verbal Grievance: port for work. Djty — Day, Indepen­ pervision, gu'dance and work­ provisions off this ordinance Memorial 1. Whenever an emoloyee positions to new salary ranges. and decorum of its personnel. 2 4 20 D'sciolinary Action — (a) When a full-time Town ing conditions for every Town­ shall, upon the completion of dence Day, Labor Day, Columhas a grievancè. he should first In such review, he shall study Such departmental rules, regu(a) Application: ship emo'ovee, so that he or she two (2) years of satisfactory bus Day, General E ection Day, ship employee is injured in the An emnloyee may be subject presen* it verbally to his super- the current duties and responsi­ 'ations and directives shall not the service of Veterans Day, Thanksgiving line of duty, the Boa’-d of Com may consistentlv perform with employment v 5«or. It is Ifhe responsibility of bilities of the position concerned be inconsistent or in confTct effectiveness and with personal the Township, be granted ten­ Day, Christmas Day, and any rt.iss'O^ers shall, pursuant to to disciplinary action for any the suoervisor to arrange a and recommended to the Board with the provisions of any sta satisfaction. The Board of Com­ ure of office or position during day declared to be a legal holi­ the R.S. 40:11 8, pass a resolu of the causes set forth herein­ satisfactory settle­ of Commissioners appropriate tute of this state, this chanter missioners by the adootion of his employment unless said of­ day by the State or Federal Go­ tion giving the employee up to after. An emp’oyee shal be «»ih- mutually action necessary to insure the or other ordinance of the Town­ this Ordinance declares it to be fice or position shall have a vernment. In the event that a one year's leave of absence ¡ected to the following disciplin­ ment of the grievance with!n correct classification and allo­ ship. forty-e'aht (48) hours of the ary act»on: with pay. When such action is holiday occurs on a Sunday, it term of office fixed by statute the policy of the Township of (b) The ru'es, regulations and cation of the position. time when it was fir
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F T a‘u b , _________ M u n ic ip at ¿ i 7 W e b ter A v e., i y n u h u rb i, F r e d O T a u b , M unie p u C le r k , of T a K e noti-.e th e t A n th o n y Z e ln a rse y, ‘L y n d h u r s t , N ew J' eu^ev, L y n d h u r s t , N ew Jer> «y. N ew J e rt e y . and F e lix M ik u lrk l tra d in g a s O a rE d w a rd W . D elan e la n e y ..iu um Cit'b « u r ' t in c. ? r » r tH S AND T R U S T E E S den D e lic a te sse n h a * appi ed to u e r' vm nd ' l- r k . P r s. D om inifik V a le n tin o , C m d r ., 3C2 B o a rd of C o m m issio n e rs a s Is s u L y n a ..u - n , N. . . T h ir d S t., L y n d h u r s t , N. J. S tu irt B O ’ R e illy . 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J r ., 649 New f o r p r e m i s e ^ s i t u a t e d a t 4 r»ô F re d S - u in a n n LY N D H U R ST, N EW J E R S E Y , A v e . , P a t e r s o n . N .1. W a it e r j T t a c z , S e c v ., 366 D u ..J e r s e y A v e n u e , L y n d h u r s t , N. J. V a lle y B ro o k A v e ., Ly rfH h u rst. 25 O a k l r y T e r r a c e B e v e r ly F ic c n , Se c y., T r e a s , SC I P 'a r e , r ie n R^ ck. N J. h cn y b c a r c in o . S r . 621 New N u t l e v . N . J. Ntv.' Jersey 1968. A * te e T r a i l . I > n n k l 1 n I a l e s E d w a rd B u rg , 15 C lu b Road, Je rse y A venu e, L y n d h u rst. 0 ’i.1«}< t i o n s T if any. sh o u ld h** D a te d : M ay 23, J u n e 4, 1970 R o b e r t G r a n it o , V i c e P r e s id e n t , U p p er M o n tclair, N. J. M a ry S c a rd in o 621 .N. .ew J e rs e y N O T IC E m - d e I m m e d 'n t e l y in w r l 'i n * : t * F e e s : $11.26 58 H a v e r h i l l R d ., I ^ i t e r s o n , N . 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J. j w h e rr th e g rav e* e o v rr »Ite w hole ra n g e fro m In fan c y to old x □ IRCr- Tr,„ aire, th is c e m e te ry w a s filled w ith th e n tu tila te d re m a in s of '' r a n k C a n - l o n e , 491 I ’n l o n A v e . , B e lle v ille . N J. T a k e no tice th a t P a c ific o T a v e r n L yn d h u rst. N e w Je rse y . *to ck of said co rp ra tio n . L y n d h u r s t . N ew J e rs e y , fo r a C lu b yo u n g m en w hose a d u lt lives h a d ended before th e y really h a d E d w a r d I>*tter«>. 236 O l d s W oods C o rp . tr a d in g a s Golden A l i b i h a s O b je c t io n * if any. s h o u ld be E r c o le M a sch io . 116 O r ie n t w a y , L ic e n s e fo r p re m ise s situ a te d a t 3 1 6 R iv e r s id e A v e ., L y n d h u r s t , N ew o p i. e d to t n e B o a r d of C o m m i j m d e i n n n e d i a t e l y in w r i t i n g to R u th e r fo r d , N ._J.^ _ liefun . a young men’» .-envtery, R Bdw«Prt " “ iff. m « l Old. Woods sa io F io r.n d o M a sch io , ?85 W a r r e n Je rse y . n e rs of the T o w n r h i p of L y n d - F r e d O . T a u b , M u n i c i p a l C l e r k , of t '- F ^ S A N D T R U S T E E S S t ., L y n d h u r s t . N. J A few y e a r s ag o I h e ard B e n jan tin B r itte n ’s “ W a r R eq u iem ” 'H o « d . F m n k l i h U L k e s , N J h u rs t , New J e r s e y , fo r a R e ta il L y n d h u r s t . N . .1. K e n n e th S t e w a r t . P r e s ., 153 P a r k STOC J o * t |.h M a sch io , 23 C la r k S t., C o n su m p tio n L ic e n s e fo r p re m ise s W a r r e n H o ic k w hich Brit?<*n based on a poem th a t h ad l»een w ritte n by W ilfred A v e ., L y n d h u r s t , N . J. F’r a n k G a c c l o n e , 491 T’ n i o n A v e . R u th e rfo rd , N. J. situ a te d a t 2"? R H g e Road , t_ynd131 F o r e s t A v e n u e John A . H . R u c k s t u h l, T r e a s .. 44 O b je ctio n s, if a n y , shou ld be . N . .1 h u rst. N ew J e r s e y . 1 v n **'u ~ 't. J. O w en a B ritish poet w ho w a s killed in a ctio n on N o v e m b er i , B eAl .le vRi all ye m H ig h fie ld L a n e , R u th e rfo rd , N .J . m ad e im m e d ia te ly in w ritin g to o n d W i l l i a m s , 16 B r o o k O p F IL E R S D a t e d : M a y 21, 28, 1970 S t u a r t B. O 'R e illy , S e c y ., 109 F r e d O. T a u b , M u n icip a l C le r k of l a w n D r i v e , M o r r i s P l a i n s , . V J. 1918, seven d a y s befo re th e A rm istic e . A n n C e lia . P r e s ., 620 S ix th A v e ., F e e s $11.27 M o u n ta in W a y , R u th e rfo rd , N. J. A . R a y m o n d W il li a n r v . |6 B r o L y n d h u r s t . N ew J e r s e y . L y n d ^ u r« t, N ew J e rs e y --------------------- -----------------------------O u t of th e tw o e x p erie n ce s cited above grew th e id ea fo r m y l a w n D r i v e , M o r r i s P l a i n « , N . J. Raym ond F le c k , T ru ste e , 230 M a sch io B r o s ., in c. A n th o n y C e lia . S e c y ., 620 6th N O T IC E G r a n k A v e .. R u th e rfo rd . N. J. i 123 R id g e Road . O b je c t io n s , if any, » n o u id ue A v e .. L y n d h u r s t , N. J . Take no tice th a t R u th R eid “ M em orial To O u r I'n k o w n S rv lce D ead” . F lo y d H o w a rd . T r u s t e e , Ç6 M e l­ m a d e im m e d ia t e ly in w r i t i n g m A t t ilo Di S o rd i. V ic e .P r e s ., 290 tra d in g a s T o w n T a v e r n h a * ap „ 4 , . L y-n d „ h u r„e t , N. J . rose A v e .. N. A r lin g to n , N. J. 1-r e d (>. T a u b , M u n i c i p a l C l e r k c * B u rth o ld A v e ., R a h w a y , N. J . p lied to the B o a rd of C o m m issio n * D a te d : M ay 21, 28, 1970 Jo h n L i c it r a , T ru ste e .5 2 -4 th S t .. . th e T o w n s h ip o f L y n d h u r s t , N e w D IR E C T O R S er3 o1 the T o w n th ip of L y n d h u r s t . F e e s : $24.15 Je rse y . A n n C e lia , 620 S ix th A v e ., L y n d - N ew J e r s e y , fo r a P le n a r y R e t a il bute to you, as citizens and as T h e G a r d e n H o u s e , In c . h u rs t , N. J . C o n su m p tio n L ic e n s e fo r p r e m i s e s -------------------F r a n k G a c c io n e , P r e s . A ttilo Di S o rd i, 290 B u rth o ld situ a te d at 131-137 S tu y v e sa n t human beings, that you have w «D O »M O C O SC C O CO & KO O C O M C O Sr 768 S t u y v e s a n t A v e n u e , A v e ., R a h w a y , N. J. A v «- L y r d .iu r s t , N ew J e r- e y . st A n t h c n y C e lia . C20 S ix t h A v e , O b je ctio n s if a n y shou ld be tr.ken the time from your busy D n 'e d M a y 2* Ju n .' 1970 .L y n d h u r s t . N. J. m a r e im m e d ia te ly in w r it in g to lives to help those who seek as­ F F E S : $22.54 N a m e a ll s to c k 'ic ld rs holding f red ° T * " * ' M u n icip a l C le r k , of Andrea B>rke of East Ruthone or m ore per ce n tu m of the L y n d h ^r ' ft : Pl 5 w - J ^ se ysistance at the center. I thank N O T IC E sto rk of sa id --orpration. R e»d eríord was one ~bf 25 vo’unteer T a k “ no " ^ a t J '-se p 1* 1" sou, not only on behalf of the A n n C e lia . «20 S i x t h A v e ., L y n d 7 i* iy ! *. e<’ nurses honored last .wec'k b> p o ra tio n trad L y n d h u r s t h u rs t . N ew J e rs e y n .» .« m - N, . i ap p lied to tn e A n th n n y C e lia f 2 0 S 'x th A ve ’ th e 'B o a rd of Freeholders for board but for the addicts you Rid«-e Lou rtce ■ Cutaways B o a rd of C o m m ir» ic n e rs of‘ the " nue. L y n ^ , , r - * Mev- '«»r— « f-ees: T9 65 T o w n sh ip of L y n d h u r s t , N ew Je rthe time they arc devoting to are h'fipmg. 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3 WOOD cornices with elegant gold & white leaf pattern. May be cut to size, complete with COCKTAIL table, glass topand of the TcwnsSip o* l.yndtrurct A t'T O S W A N T E D M a n d e e S h o p s . L a d y 's a p p a re l c e n te r. P le a s a n t s u r r o u n d n g >. rods and brackets, 1V8", 8 6", wood frame, $55. Drapery rods, Bergen Countv, New Spot C ash F o r Y o u r C a r or M any co m p a n y b en efi*s. C o n ­ 5 2", $50. 991 1457 after 6 p.m. a&sortd sizes, extras, $15. 438 he’d on Tuesday, May 26, 1970, v e n a n t b u s co n n e ctio n s. T ru c k , A ny Y ear, .Make A y c rig g A venue, P a ssa ic , fo rm e rly of c a l w o r k e r o r c o m p to m e te r w r i‘e U:i:ted System s, Inc., Safe BABY carriage, med. s i z e o p e r a to r a t lo w c o st in th e ty Dept., c-o Interstate Termincoach, exc. cond. $20. Diaper of the Township of Lyndhurst, q;Vftn an opportunity to be L y n d h u rst. F r a n k X ivon, A d m in is tra tiv e D ire c to r, D e p a rtm e n t of Law and P u b lic S a fe ty , c en ter, I s h o r te s t p o ssib le tim e a t County of Bergen and State of heard concerning th« same. a! B dg., 15 D ppold St., S y ra ­ held the B ible fo r th e o a th .ta k in g . dressing table, colonia!. 991-8021 R u th e rfo rd S e c re ta ria l New Jersey do ordain as fol­ cuse, New York, 13211 5-21 Board of Cofnmtssioffers after 3 p.m. 6-4 Sch o o l, lows: of the Township of Lyndhurst 4Attorney General George F. zure, 28. of 300 Parsippany Rd.. Passaic. 2 Franklin Pl., Rutherford Blazure was graduated from SECTION (1) DEFINITION— ATTEST: MAHOG. dining rm., 6 chairs, Kugler. Jr . today ad ninistered Parsippany. M A LE FEM A LE Phone 939 7147 •fcVV: A graduate of Lyndhurst High Rucknell University in 1964. He Burglar A'arm Equipment Herbert W. fierry breakfront, buffet, exc. cond. 2 29 T r the oath of office as deputy at­ D R ’V E R with car for occasion­ 933 2468 bet. 5:30 & 7 p.m. School. Chertcoff received a received a Ju ris Doct >r dc^rej 6-4 shall be defined as any and all Deputy Township Clerk torney general to Jacob H. Cert Bachelor of Arts degree, cum from Rutgers Law School in al work. Call 935 2491. 5-28 equipment installed in the Lynd Lyndhurst, New Jersey FINE jewelers caliper antique, hurJ, po||ce Headquarters for coff. 31. of 285 Aycrigg Avenue. laude. froan Fairleigh Dickinson 1%7 and was admitted to the III SI N E S S O P P O R T U N IT Y FO R SA LE $16,50; oil painting, $29.50 Phone , he tran£mi„¡ a Dated: May 2S, 1970 In s u ra n c e A gency W an ted Piissaic, and G. Frederick B!a in 19G0. He received a Bachelor New Jersey bar the same year, Fees: $48.20 438 0395. 6-4 cf Law's degree from Rutgers Hi* served in the Army from signal or alarm to the attention O ffice o r hom e all in fo rm a ­ V A C U U M cleaner repairs; $2.95 La w School in 1963 and has February.. 1968. until recently, tion c o n fid e n tia l an d q u irk plus parts. All m akes and mod­ KIDNEY-SHAPED cocktail ta­ of the Police Department f*-om been in private practice in Blazure is marred to theformre su lts. Box 8 C o m m ercial els reqard'ess of age or condi­ bic & others, $50. 438 3931 after a focat'nn in the Township out­ t^assaic since. He is married to B ’azure is married to the f >rm L e a d e r 251 R id g e Rd. L ynd. tion. Free estimate. Pick up and 6 p.m. 6-4 side of the Po’ice Hadquarters fe- the ouroose of obtaining pothe former Susan Lynn B err of Riclge. delivery. W E s s e x Vacuum. 991 h u rs t. ’ice r e s ^ n 'e t’-*er®»o. 1413 3-20TF PERSONAL FV» A'arm Eou’oment «h^ll F ! O W E ® SH O P, Hudson Cty. t O O V E R Vacuum c'eanr.r re­ ba defined a* any and all equ;oM R S . O M N IA E x c. loc. Good going busines. pairs $2.95 pins parts Free es­ inctaWed In the LyndG ifte d R e a d e r & A d viso r Reas. rent. W rite Com m ercial timates, pickup and delivery hur*f Po,:ce Headquarters If you h a ve a n y P ro b lem conex­ One year guarantee. 18 yrs. Leader, Box 9, 251 Ridge k u .f for the purpose of transmitting c e rn in q Y o u r P a s t P r e s e n t , F u ­ Hoovers. Lyndhurst N J 07071 4 23.f perience repairing tu re , L o v e , M a rria g e . B u -in e s s a signal o*" alarm to the atten­ L a w s u it s , F in a n c e s , H e a lth , Trained at Hoover Co. W e also tion of the Fire Deoartment H a p p in ss o r W o rk in g P ro b lem . S P A R E T IM E IN C O M E buy used Hoover Vacuum clean D O N ’T F A I L T O S E E T H I S from a location in »he Town*Mo R efil ing and collecting mousy G IF T E D LA D Y ers. W . Essex V.icuum , 375 Fo r rf Lvndhurst outside of the Firs Sh e in S u p e rio r to a n y R e a d e r from N E W T Y P E high qua ty est St.. K earny 991 1413. 7 20TF A IR C O N D I T I O N I N G vo u ’ve e v e r C o n su lte d . Never Headquarters for the ouroose coin operated dispensers in fa il» to R e u n ite the S e p a ra te d . W IN D O W U N IT S — C E N T R A L of "Maininq r^soonse thereto. m a­ C a u se Sp eed y , H a p p y M a rn . your area. No selling. To queli- Vv’R IN G E R - ty p e washing ag es. A U T O A I R C O N D I T IO N I N G Contracting Party shall be de­ fy you must have car, referen­ chine, E a sy . V e ry good cond., M R S . O M N IA G U A RA N TEES fined as any per«on, firm or T E L E V IS IO N TO RESTO RE YOUR LO ST 4 9TF ces, $600 to $2900 cash. Seven to $15 Call 998 0475. N ATU RE. ccroorat'on «nter’no into an ar o i- O R _ R - W — A N T E N N A S — ST E R E O tw elve hours w kly can net exc. 461-9894 BEA UTY parlor equipment, nrcement with the Township of 257 P a r k A ve., N u tle y 667-1918 monthly income. More full 5-7TF 932 0358 Lyndhurst for the ¡nsta'lation of tim e. Fo r personal inter, write REAL ESIA JE FOR SALE Hura*»- a'arm equ!oment in thé United Distributing Co., Dept. V A C U U M C LEAN ER paper Lyn^hur«t Po'ice He^nuarter* A, 6 N. Balph A ve., Pittsburgh, begs $2 90 a dozen to fill all No! ARLINGTON: 2 fam. 6 &5 a ^ -o r Fire Alarm Equipment Pa . 15202. Include phone num kinds of cleaners F re e delivery alum, siding, finished ree rm., R E A L ES T A T E FO R S A L E ber. 4-30 K irb y and Hoover belts Hoses separate heeating, mod. baths, in the Lyndhurst Police Head­ N E W L IS T IN G S B Y and attachments m echanical ana M any extras. Priced quarters. M A N OR W O M A N — Reliable SFCTION CONTRACT D A V EY - W A R D A G EN C Y parts for all cleaners Phone mid-$40's. 998 8497. 5 28 person from this area to service AGREEMENT — N O R T H A R L IN G T O N your order from 9 am to 9 pm and co'lect from automatic dis­ SERVICES No person, firm, or corpora­ daily West Essex Vacuum 991pensers. No experience needed tion shall be permitted to install M A N O R S E C T I ON 1413 or 997 1525 2 5TF DO YOU need a new lawn or . we establish accounts for you. anv burglar alarm equipment D e lig L tfu l w h ite colonial hom e on 50 ft. x 118 ft. lawn repaired? Yards, cellars, C ar, references and $985.00 to K I P . B Y Vacuum cleaner repairs in Police Headquarters or Fire corn er lot. L iv in g room has real firep lace, m odern attics also cleaned. 998 2685. 785.00 cash capital ncc. 4 to 12 S2.S5 plus parts. Fre e estimates, Alarm Equipment in P o l i c e k itch en w ith nook, fu ll dining room , sun p arlo r. T h re e 5 28 hours wkly nets excellent month pickup & delivery. One yr. guaHeadquarters without f i r s t b rig h t ch e erfu l bedrooms. Gas heat. A ttach ed qarage. ly income. Full time more. For ra itee. 18 yrs. exp. repairing MOTHER willing to babysit for havinq entered into a contract M a n y e* tras included. A sk in g $42,990., but F lo r i Jalocal interview, write, include Kirbys. We also buy used Kir- working mother in my home, with the Township of Lyndhurst to u n d o w n e r w ill consider serious, rea?o n able offer. JOHN J. McAULIFFE, JR. telephone nmbr., Eag le Indus- by Vacuum e'eaners. W . Essex P»efer pre-schoolers. 997-0240. so to do. Lo o k it o v e r at y o u r convenience and subm it offer. tries, 3938 Meadowbrook Rood, Vacuum j 3 7 5 Fo res, st # Kearny SECTION m CONTRACT 5-14 John J . McAuliffe, Jr .. lias munity Chest and Council to the St. Louis P a rk , Minnesota 55426. ^ ^ 3 ^ ^ yp PROVISIONS — been appointed executive direc- status of a county wide United LYN D H U RST 5-23 1_________________________ Said contract shall provide: tor of the United Community Fund. Also during this time the B ric k - fro n t b u n g a lo w typ e hom e on excellent resid en ­ K IT C H E N set, pink rug, misc. L IG H T H A U L IN G (a) That for each InstaUation Fund and Council of Essex and number of member health. retia l R o o se ve lt A ve n u e location. F ir ? t flo o r has L iv in g pcs. of carpet, Danish chairs, there shall be paid to the Town­ FO R R E N T WUl A lso C lean A ttics, West Hudson, it has been an- creation and welfare agencies R o o m , D in in g R o o m , T ile B a th , T w o (2 ) bedrooms, misc. items. 939 5594 after 5. ship of Lvndhurst a fee of Fifty C ellars, A G a ra g es. r.cunced by Pete Cartmell. incrcasccfrom 15 to 39 and an* m odem kitchen . Second le ve l has one finished room , M Y S T IC I S L E , Tuckerton, N .J., 5-28 ($50 00) Do'lars. president. He succeeds Edward nual fund raising from $300.000. and fra m e d out fo r possible second room and bath. 4 rm. bunfldkjw, rent by wk, 933 F .M .G . (b) In addition thereto there A. Kirk, who has resigned to to over a million dollars. T a x e s o n jy $636.00. Inspect a n y tim e - w e have the 9173 or 609-296 9588. Call before D IN IN G R M set, French Prov., C afl 933-6634 s**ai| be paid to the Township take a position in Washington. k ey. G ood va lu e at $34,900.00 w ith extras included. 11 a.m ., after 6 p.m. 6-4 fruilwood table, 6 chairs and Prior to his association with cf Lyndhurst an amount equal breakfront, $100.00. 998 8863. A graduate of Boston College, the Morris County United Fund. E X C L U S IV E L Y W IT H NO. A R L IN G T O N : Mod, 4 rm. to ten (10) oer cent of the o^oss \jcAui!iffe also .holds a master’s 5 28 SITUATION WANTED D A V E Y - W A R D A G EN C Y apt., H & H W , avail Ju n e 1. $158 annual service charges paid by c|cgree from summons Ccfleg? McAuliffe was associate execu „f Work Boston tive vice president of the Dela mo. Call 971-0459 after 5:30 3 R M S . F U R N I T U R E , r e a s . HIGH scnool girl will bab>»li the person, firm or coloration 649 R id g e R o a d L y n d h u rs t p.m. 5-28 M o v .n g . 997-2438 after 5 p.m. evenlnei» or weekends. Expe in whose behalf the said install­ McAuliffe has served as ex­ ware Valley United Fund of C all 438-3030 o r 998-1600 5-28 ation has been made. Trenton, and executive direc­ ecutive director of the United rienced. Eighty cents an (c) Permission shall be grant- Fund of Morris County, New tor of the West Hudson. Ne>v APT. W AN TED 9-7 TF H O U S E H O L D goods, furniture hour. Gall 991-188». ed to representatives of t h e j crsey since 1961, during which Jersey. Community Chest and lo bric a-brac. Mon., T u e s. 4-5 R M S . for couple & 2 child MATURE Woman will babysit Township of Lyndhurst to in­ time it has grown from a Com- Council. June 1 & 2, 11-3:00, 26 IIford ren. 935 3846. 6-18 any time. *39-*221. 5-28 spect and examine the books Ave., North Arlington. 5 28 LYN D H U RST: and records of the contractinq W N A T É D ~ T O ~ R ÌN T NURSERY* SCHOOL T w o fa m ily , alm o»t new . T h re e bedrooms, colored F iA B Y furniture, English Coach party upon forty-eight (48) tile bath, m o d em science kitch e n on each flo o r. F ro n t M ID D L E A G E D couple urgent carriage, like new, crib, bassi­ hV m ^ y "d u m p t y "n u r s e S y hours' notice in writing. and re a r staircase to second flo o r. One flo o r rented ly needs 4 rms. by Ju ne 1 in nette and m attresses. Many ex­ accepting children ages 1 to 5 (d) Copies of all bills forward­ fo r $2700 per yea r. A sk to see this stellar hom e today. " 5-28 years. Open all year. Registered ed by the contractinq party to South Bergen area. Reas. rent. tras. Call 933 4692. C all 642 4784. 5 28 and licensed. Day or weekly its customers shall be sent to L a r g e fa c to ry building located in cen ter of tow n. LO ST & FO U N D rates. Catering to the working the Townshio Clerk simultane H E L P W AN TED F E M A L E U sed at present as lin g erie m an u factu rin g . Second flo o r oils'y therewith: molner. Call GE.8 5156. LOST: Fat cat, 9 yrs. old, brwnhas tw o b ea u tifu l ap artm ents. One three and one fo u r (e) The obligation for t h o A Luxury N e w H o m e (9 months o ld ) th a t had W O M E N — G IR L S . S U M M E R ish grey w-white. Missing since rooms. T w o car g arage in re a r w ith a room o ve r it. WANTEQ f o BUY maintenance and upkeep of ail jubs. E a rn extra money woike x cellen t c a re with 2 larg e bedroom s, living May 22, 325 Livingston Ave. (be­ O w n e r w a n ts to deal. A sk about this prize today. burglar and fire alarm equip­ ing full time, part time or week iw N o T r ni tween Fern Valley Brook Av.) & dining room s all e le c tric kitchen with loads ment so installed shall be the ends, as chamber maids for mo­ 6-4 Papers, $.60 per hundred, rags, Lynd. 933 2885. Reward. B E L L E V IL L E : dern motel. No exp. nec. Apply c f form ide cab in ets, dish washer, 2 speed Aluminum, brass, copper, le a d , sole responsibility of the con­ A SSU M E FH A M O RTG A G E: tra ctée party. Housekeeping Dept., Holiday PETS batteries, and Iron. G o lf course section, 6 b eau tiful room s, fin-'shed base­ hood, glass doors to open p atio, w all to w all *FCTiON W REQUIRE Inn, Rts. 3 & 17, Lyndhurst. KEARNY SCRAP METAL ment, ex tra enclosed jalo usie patio room. O w n e rs must MENT TO ENTER INTO c e le ry c a rp e fj new d rap eries, tile ro of and 6 2 F R E E K IT T E N S , 7 wks old, ve­ 478 Sehnjler Ave.. Kearny, N. J. sell, ask to see it now. ry gentle, all female. 998-8497. CONTRACT — 991 -948? under ground w a te r sprinkler, d eep w ell WOMEN to work part time, 2 3 5 28 All persons, firms or corpor­ eves, making $50 60 wkly. Free — • several fru it trees. For qick sale $22,000. ATTENTION: WE P A Y T O P ations having installed burglar wardrobe for those who qual f y . ________ P E RSONALS — pri ces for papers per hun- and fire alarm equipment in Full G a r a g e . Car nec. Call for interview, 939 M R S . DUNN, gifted reader and dred la bandies. Brass, Letad, the Lyndhurst Police Headquar­ W R IT E : 5813, 939 9526 or 3 3 3 0844. 5 14 adviser. Advice on all problems No. 1 Copper, Rags, Oast Iron, ters prior to the effective date Z51 R I D G E R O A D . L Y N D H U R S T , N. J R. E . W I N A N S G I R L wntd for gen. factory wrk. of life. Card and P a lm readings, delivered. Also buyers of steel, of this ordinance shall within 11555 - 63rd A ve . N R E A L O R S — IN S U R O R S i full t*me. Apply at Vanity Opti­ 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Call 653 8470. batteries and junk cars. 4. Ren sixty (60) days from the effec­ Sim ino le, F lo rid a 438-3120— T.21 210 Sip Ave., Jersey City, NJ. elnlO, 89 Clinton 8treet. Belle tive date hereof, enter into a cal Mfg., 730 Fifth St., Lynd . N e a r S t. P e te 12 4TF vllle. PLyraooth »-4408. TF contract with the Township of 4?8-7117. 5 28 Established 6 years. AUTOS W A N T ED

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T ill RSI) \Y. M \ï 28. 1070 ased by the Township of Lynd h'irst One (1) A«p'undh Fo estry Body Model LR 45 Line Lift rr.ounfed on a 1970 G M.C. Cbas sis for the sum of $26,500.00, in­ cluding accessories and equip n>e it or its equivalent, at a cost rot to exceed $26,500 00.

O R D IN A N C E NO. 1464 AN O R D IN A N C E A U T H O R ! 7 NO TH E PU RC H ASE O f ( H E ( 1) A G P L U N D H F 0 .7 E S T Pf BODY M O DEL L R 45 l nh' l if t , m o u n t e d on 1=»70 G .M .C C H A S S IS FO R T H E Sl«M O F $26.500 00 F O R T H E T O W N S H IP O F L Y M D H U R s T , COUNTY O F B E R G E N AMD S T A T E O F N E W J E R S E Y AND M A X IN G THE N EC ESSA RY A P P R O P R IA T IO N O F $1,325 00 FO R T H E S A M E A ND O T H E R N EC ESSA RY EXPEN SES IN C O N N E C T IO N T H E R E W IT H A *D P R O V ID IN G THE M E A N S BY WHICH FUNDS FO R T H E P A Y M E N T T H E R E C- S H A L L B E R A IS E D .

pHal Improvement Fund. That thr further sum of S25,175.00 is hereby appropriated for , s a I
4. That in order to temporari­ ly finance the purpose as des­ cribed in Paragraph 1 of this O.d’nance, "bond anticipation notes'' are hereby autho-ized pursuant to {he provisions of the Revised Statutes of T i t 1 c 4*)A, Chapter 2, in an amount not to exceed the sum of $25,175 00 Said notes shall state in general terms, the purposes for which they are issued and rha'l be Issued in such amounts and at such times as may be H*»ot the Township of Lv'd h u rst. teinvned by Resolutions to be Ccunty of Bergen and State of 3. There is hereby appropria­ hereafter adopted. t.ew Je rs e y do ordain as fol­ ted to sa.'d purpose as • ow ■nay lows: 5. It is hereby determined ment the sum of $1,325 00 which 1. That there shall be purch- sum is to be charged to the Ca- that the period of usefulness of 2 It is hereby determined that said expense is not a cur­ rent expense of the Township of Lyndhurst and it is necessary that the Township of Lyndhurst, in the County of Bergen a n d Siate of New Jersey, s h a l l raise money for the purpose stated in Paragraph 1 of this Oidinance and the estimaled maximum amount of money ne­ cessary to be raised from all sources for the aforesa d pur­ The Board of Commiss!one*-s pose is $26,500.00.

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hurst are hereby authorized to enter inio a contract for t h e purchase of One (1) Asplundh Forestry BoHy Model l.R 45 L ne Lift, mounted on a 1970 G.M.C. Chassis for the sum in cioding accessories and equip­ ment or Its equivalent, not to exceed $26 500.CO. 8 Anything not covered by this Ordinaries shall be deter­ mined and provided for by Re solution.

said Ordinance shall he taken up for further consideration for final passage &t a regular meet inq of the board of Commis sioners to be held on Tuesday June 9, 1970 at 1:00 o'clock in the eve -ng, prevailing t»m or as soon thereafter as sai' matter can be reached, i v h c.h lime c-nd place alt pe «ons who m«sy be intereste therein shall be gtfen an oppo tunity to oc heard concernii 9. This O dinance sha'I be­ the same. come effective after publication BOARD OF COMMISSIONER ATTEST: as provided by Law. Herbert W. Perry * ’J C t 1C N O T IC E Deputy Township Clerk P U B L IC N O T IC E is here Lyndhurst, New Jersey y civen *htt at a r*'iul**r meet Dated: May 28, 1970 inrj of t^e Board of Commis Fees: <35.42 oners nf IS. Townshio of Lynd

6. That it is hereby determin cd and declared that the supple »'•en'al debt statement required by ihe local bond law of New Jersey has been du y made and filed In the office of the Town ship Clerk of the Township of Lyndhurst, and that such state ment so filed shows that t h e gross debt of said Townsip as defined in Revised Sfatu4e< 40V. 2 40 is increased by this Oidin ance by $75 175 00 and that the insurance of said obligations authorized by this Ord na-*ce are within ail t limitations P’escribed by Revised Statutes hurst, B e r io i Co»n*v N^w ’**'•of New Jersey, Title 40A, Chap­ sey, he’d on Tuesdav. May ter 2. 12, 1970, the above Ordinance R evalu atio n Begins 7. The Board of Commission- was im ro,4e _* i anH nas«*d on In N o rth A rlin g to n ers of the Township of L y n d - its first readinq and that the

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ry. in the event he shall sur­ vive me; otherwise to his wife. To my employee. Donald Loi (Continued From Page 1) nes. in the event he shall sur­ To my friend. Harold J. Cam vive me; otherwise to his wife. To St. M ary's Catholic Church plot, in the event he shall sur Vive me; otherwise to his wife. ol Rutherford. N.J. To my employee. Edward La stly:— I hereby nominate, Holden. in the event he s h a l l constitute and appoint my niece survive me; otherwise to his Ruth Kelly, and my friend. Do minick Sammarco. to be the Ex wife. To my employee. Stephen Bur ccutors of this my Last Will and r.ardo, in the event he shall sur­ Testament.

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vive me; otherwise to his wife. To my employee. Charles Honhard. in the event he shall survive me; otherwise to his wife. To my employee. Jam es Napoliello. in the event he s h a l l survive me; otherwise to his wife. To my employee, Conrad J. Latfuardi. in the event he shall survive me; otherwise to h i s wife.

fic Control & Parking Lots: Cap tain Joseph Caggiano. Street signs. Lights & Crosswalks. Captain Joseph FreymuUer. Bu rr-au of Investigation. Chief Howard Liddle has bee'i instructed by Mayor Russo to designate a Lieutenant to as sist each of the Captains in the performance of their assigned administrative duties to insure continuity in the administrative program.

The Mayor said that in view of the* gorwing deve’opment of the Lyndhurst Meadowlands the expansion of the Police Force (Continued From Page 1) shall be necessary to insure th'1 tour of duty. safety of persons who will b * Mayor Russo further di^clos employed in the various com rd that he has designated the mercial and industrial activities in f
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ed a more vigilant program of enforcement and education in the field of narcotics. Mr. Russo also stated t h a t the demands of the citizens oi the community for more prtiUv tion erf private property has re quired that more police p e r sonnel be out on the streets for the protection of the citizens ct tlie community and in part it n larduring the night time hours between 6 :(X) p.m. and 3:00 p.m. He stated that it is the inter; tion of the Police Department to develop a program to place the maximum amount of pro tietion to the citizens of t h e Township.

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T u riello O n C a r rie r Navy Seaman Apprentice Charles C. Turiello. son of Mi. ai d Mrs. Casey Turiello of li.! Ubland St . East Rutherford, l as returned to San Diego .i board the aircraft, carrier USS Constellation after a nine mon? i combat deployment in the Wes tern Pacific.

Named to Fraternity Patrick Cerchio of North A.1liegton has been naiftcd to Pui Omega Epsilon, scholastic hon­ or society at. Fairleigh Dickin son University. Teancck.

Boo ster Backers M e e t The North Arlington Booster Hackers will hold its final mec*. ing of the season Wednesday. .Tune 3. at an installation d m< ; in Lyle’s. Kearny. The dinner will begin at 7 pm . All members are request ed to attend.

T h e a n n u a l c ak e s ale l»y th e L y n d h u rst E m b lem C lu h w a s re c e n tly held a t th e S to p & Shop M ar. k e t in ('¡Ifto n . Show n left to rig h t a re C h airm a n M rs. P a tr ic k C a rrin o a n d C o -c h airm a n M rs. P a u l L a C h ap clle. P roceed* w ill go to v a rio u s ch irlta b le o rg a n iz a tio n s.

NORTH A R LIN G T O N P U B L IC L IB R A R Y Monday through Thursday, 11 a.m. 8 8 p.m. Friday. 11 a.m. 8 6 p.m. Saturday. 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Closed All Holidays Overdue Book Fine — Adults — 5 cents fb r day. vie theaters will allow a dis including Sunday count to Senior Citizens with Children — 1 cent per day in Identification cards. 243 cards eluding Sunday have been given out to date. 991 9335

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Recreation News The Women’s Summer Bowl­ ing Lengu^ op('"s Thursday. M ay 28th. 8 : P.M. at the A r­ lington Lanes. Ten teams are participating in the league which will run throug te end of July. The 4th of Ju ly Committee held it’s first meeting at the Parks Department Office F r i ­ day evening. Plans are being made for a circus with profes­ sional acts, the annual ball game between the Legion and the Old Timers, and a fireworks display. The Summer Day Camp un­ der the direction of Mr. Jam es Guada. will open Ju ly 6th. Reg istration forms will be given out in all local schools during the first week in June. They must be returned to the Parks Dept., signed and with $1.00 registra­ tion fee on the following dates only: June 30th. Ju ly 1st. 2nd and 3rd. between 9:00 A.M. and 4 30 P.M . All five year olds must bring their birth certifi­ cates when registering. In or­ der to attend Day Camp chil­ dren must be 5 years of age by June 30th. Children under five will not be accepted. The Newr Jersey Association for Retarded Children Fund Drive for 1969-70 has ended. The total amount collected in the “ pass the envelope" drive for this year is $2,225.50. Commis­ sioner Joseph Carucci. Jr ., Chairman, thanks all those who were so generous again this yea rin contributing to this worthy organization.

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MRS. ANTHONY LA NZER OTT I Miss Patricia Cc:cb’o. d.iugh U t of Mr. and Mrs. Jam es Cer chio. 48 Stuyvesant a vn u e . Lyndhurst. bccame the bride cf Anthony Lanzerc:ti. son of Mr. a.id Mrs. Gerard Lanzerotti. 55 Marginal road. Ru'.hcrford, at a Nuptial Mass at Sacred Heart Church. Lyncihurst on May 16. Rev. Donald De Pasquale offi­ ciated at the ceremony. The bride wore a white organ ..a gown with an empire waist and a cathedral train. Her floor length veil was held in place by a cabbage rose, which was ap pliqucd with c rystal and seed p.arls. She carried white car­ nations and roses, with a'white orchid in the center. The bridal attendents were Mrs. Thom-.is Kricger. Mrs. Fred Mazza. Mrs. Charles Lanzerotti. Miss Rose Nrpolitana. Mrs. Bernadette Dudik. Miss Rose Marie Lanzrrotti. M ss Maureen Yeager. Miss Mary Ellen O'Connor; maid of honor was Miss Rosa

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l'n Cerchio. sister of the bride; flower girl was Miss Lu Ann Lanzerotti. The attendents wore powder blue empire waist, floor length gowns with puff sleeves. The maid of honor and the flow­ er girl were attired in orchid gowns identical to those of the attendants. They all carried daisies and carnations. Charles Lanzerotti. brother of the groom was best man. Ush­ ers were Patrick Cerchio. Louis Ferrara. Edward Botto, John La Nene. Ralph DeSimone .An thc-ny Lanzerotti. and James Franchino; ring bearer was Jam es Schmidt; junior ushers were Charles LaNene and Je rry Lanzerotti. Mrs. Lanzerotti is a legal sec­ retary with Sisselman & Nrtti in Newark. Mr. Lanzerotti is the proprietor of the Lyndhurst Pastry Shop. Lyndhurst. After a honeymoon in Hawaii the couple will reside in Lynd Kurst.

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The wedding of Miss Arlene Nelson, daughter of Mrs. R a y ­ mond Nelson, of Octavia place. Lyndhurst. and the late Mr. Nel­ son. to M. Charles Trenton, of Hasbrouck Heights took place Saturday at the First Presbyter­ ian Church of Rutherford. Given in marriage by her bro­ ther. Gary, the bride had Mrs. Nunzi Luzzi as matron of honor. Miss Karen Wei derman. cousin ot the bride. Miss Carol Fuchs of Florida. Mrs. Raymond Ol­ sen. and Mrs. Ja c k Phillips, as honor attendants. Mr. Albert Trenton, brother cf the groom, served as best man. with Jack Phillips. Carl Santonicitz. La rry Boorujian. and George Butkus as ushers. Her bridal gown is of organza and venice lace and pink satin ribbon trim fashioned with a high standing neckline, long sleeves, a hi rise waistline and an A line skirt. The train is de­ tachable. chapel length edged in venice lace and pink satin rib­ rich. 609 Seventh street. Car! stadt; Rcbert Kutscher Jr.. 136 Page avenue. Lyndhurst; Ken ncth Wyka. 138 Carlton avenue. East Rutherford: Arthur York. 4C1 Eighth street. Carlstadt; E l

Area students were among 50 at the Rutherford Campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University who have been named honor graduates. Those who received the awards Saturday of summa len Dell, 637 New York avenue. Lyndhurst: Philip Ianaro. 10 cum laude are: Washington place. East Ruther Paul Barbire. 616 Eighth ford: Marie Mion. 54 Kearny street. Carlstadt; Karin Emme street. Lyndhurst:

bon trim. Her headpiece is a cameflot type cap of white or ganza. with venice lace and pink trim. Her honor attendant and bridesmaids wore floor length gowns of lime gr een chif fon. Fashoned with a high ruf­ fled neckline, long full ruffle edged sleeves, empire waist line, and a softly gathered full ’a line skirt. The bride, a graduate of Lynd hurst H :gh School also attended Paterson State College, is a Platform Assistant with Peoples Trust of New Jersey in Rut’ner fcrd. Mr. Trenton, a graduate of Kasbrouck Heights High School and Fairleigh Dickinson Univer sity with a Bachelor of Science &nd a Master of Business Ad ministration, is a Production Supervisor, with General Mo­ tors. Assembly Division. North Tarreytown. New York. After a honeymoon in B er­ muda the couple will live in Ru therford.

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Miss Linda Carol Novack of Gat field and Mr. Peter Joseph Cerracchio of Lyndhurst were united in marriage on Saturday afternoon in Saint Stanislaus Kostka Church, Garfield. A reception for 150 guests fol lowed at the Royal Hawaiian Palms. Lyndhurst. The bride, daughter of Mrs. Frank Novack. 118 Banta Ave.. Garfield, and the late Mr. No­ vack. was escorted by her bro­ ther Je rry . She wore an heir loom lace gown with a train of silk worsted. A pearl and crys ml Camekrt cap held her floor length veil and she carried ros es. carnations and stophanotis. Miss Roscann Slonsky of Gar field was maid of honor. The groom's sister. Mrs Thomas Meola of Bloomfield was a bridesmaid along with Miss Kathleen Bakay of Garfield, ar.d Mrs. Fred Szabo of YVallington. The bride’s n ie c e .

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Detective and Mrs. Arthur Schreckenstein celebrated their 29th wedding anniversary’ Sun­ day. The couple were married May $4. 1941 in a ceremony at Dear Sir: Si. jJ&atthews Evangelierad Lu As co chairmen of the braille t.heran Church. Lyndhurst. per e'epartment cf the North Arling foimed by the Rev. George ton Junior Wr,man's Club, we w' uld like to thank all those who donated old eye glasses to 104 lenses, and 67 sunglasses our eye glass campaign this were sent to the New Jersey year. Commission for the Elir.d and A total of 274 glasses. 158 bro •o New Eyes for the Needy. ken frames, 251 spectacle cases. Containers for the deposit of

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T ’.icrese Hipkins of Verona was flower girl. Thomas Meola was best man. Ushers were the groom's cous ip John Valentino of Brooklyn. N.Y.. William Wasik of Saddle Brook and Thaddeus Wasek of Garfield. The groom's nephew. Louis Mastriano of Lyndhurst. was ring bearer. Mrs. Cerracchio. a graduate of the School of Business Mach­ ines. Paterson, is an NCR opcr a tor with the L. Prescott Co.. Passaic. Mr. Cerracchio, son of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Peter Cerracchio. 314 Kingsland Ave., Lyndhurst. is a sheet metal mechantc with Ser vice Sheet Metal Products, Clif­ ton. and attends evening class­ es at I^rgen Technical and Vocational School. Hackensack. The couple are honeymoon­ ing in Saint Thomas and Puerto Rico. After their return t h e y v\ill live in Garfield.

M ISS M A R Y ANN C A R R IG Miss Maryann J . Carrig of Lyndhurst was feted at a dinner ai>d shower for fifty guests at San Carlo Restaurant. Lynd­ hurst. Hostesses were her bridal at tendants. Mrs. Allen Drozdow ski. her sister, who will be ma­ tron of honor; Mrs. Louis Fal zarano and Miss Linda Bechtluft. who wiH be bridesmaids. Miss Carrig was also honored b\ her fellow teachcrs at Sac ted Heart School with a party ¿•nd bridal shower. Miss Carrig and Ralph Rizzo !o of Belleville will exchange vows Saturday. June 27. at a 5 o’clock Nuptial Mass in Sacred Heart R. C. Church. Lyndhurst. with the Rev R Brennan offi

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Muller. Mrs. Schreckenstein is the former Edna Bcllenbach cf Lyndhurst. The ccuple have two sons, Arthur, a Vietnam veter pii. married and the father of u seven month-cld daughter. Pamela, and Mark, at heme.

s|>eetacles w :ll remain in the lo­ cai Food F a ir and Grand Union during the summer months. Mrs. Themas Ryan Mrs. David Sullivan

dating. A reception for 175 guests will follow at the Wayne Manor. Wayne. Mr. Rizzolo will have Louis Falzamo as best man. his bro ther. Ronald Rizzolo. will ush er with Allen Drozdow ski. Miss Carrig. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Carrig. 329 Weart Avenue. Lyndhurst. is a graduate of Newark State Coll­ ege. Union, and a second grade teacher at Sacred Heart School. Lyndhurst. Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J . Rizzolo oi Belleville, attended Essex County Community College and Fairleigh Dickinson University. He is a Navy veteran and is em ployed by Hauzer Fum ity Com pany, in the sales department.

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" W a i t U n til D a rk " N o w A t H a lfp e n n y By BEVERLY MURPHY Until Dark” opened last Thursday at Halfpenny Playhouse in Kearny. Examined closely, the plot is full of holes, but it st'TI adds up to a play with plenty of suspense. " W a it

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"T h e W a y w a r d W a y " • The Wayward Way. based up on the original- book by William A t The M e a d o w b ro o k H. S. Smith, has a record breaking history of over 10.000 performances a t the Theatre M art in Hold.wood. Cal., from 1933 to 1959. A production in New York in 1934 was the big

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In the Ha’ipenny production. Iris Braun portrays the key role jf Susy Hendrix, a blind woman who is terrorized by two small thugs who take over h?r apart ment while her husband is away on a business trip. Her perfor­ mance on opening night lacked conviction through as the even mg progressed she became more believeable. Director Terrs’ Schreiber would have done better in keeping a tight­ er rein on Miss Braun who dur ing the first two scenes moved about at a faster pace than could many a sighted oerse-i. The extremely attractive act­ ress is usually cast in parts that call for more personal gla niour and at times she tended to let tihis sl!p into her perfor­ mance. Hopefully these minor fUiWS have now been corrected. An outstanding job is turned in by Patricia McGann who makes her professional debut as a sullen. 12 year old neighbor of the Hendrix couple. Miss Me Gann, who is all of 18. gives the performance of a seasoned vet­ eran. Also excellent are Ja c k m e n t, prettentH M rs. M arie S icilia of th e N ew J e r s e y A ssociation Rtm m e as H arry Roat Jr .. T h is check re p re s e n ts th e to ta l a m o u n t c o n trib u te d l>y I.yiidhurst mastermind of the evil doings, fro m house to house in th is c a m p aig n fo r th e ch ild re n . and Jo e Jam rog and Lawrence Brogiio as his two criminal pawns. A special note of praise through drink and the devil. In L E T T E R TO E D IT O R is in order for Mike Marsh as the present century, the musical the husband who is determined v( rsion has turned it into a fun Dear Sir: The East Rutherford High to teach Susy to rise above her burlesque of Victorian naivete, Parents Association handicap. with audiences encouraged to School would like to express its thanks get into the feeling of the 19th Because of the physical limit for your excellent coverage of century style by hissing the vilatlons of the theatre, the dram­ ali our activities this year. Uan and speaking up with ad atic impact of the play's high vice to the hero whenever temp­ A special thank you goes to point suffers. However, the gen­ ted to do so. Mrs. Rose Bastian. who was eral mood of terror in the Greenwich Village basement In keeping with the spirit of most helpful with publicity de apartment is sustained well. the show, the Meadowbrook will tails. be additionally decorated in the "W a it Until D ark" is set for a Yours very truly. splendour of the Gay ‘90s and three week run with the next at­ (Mrs. A.) Dorothy Frank. traction. " I Do! I D o!" making v:Ilians’ mustaches will be sup^ Secretary its bow June 9. pLied to male patrons

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Lyndhurst W o m e n Installation of officers for the Kvening Membership Depart ment of the Lyndhurst Woman's Club was held Thursday, May 20. at George's Restaurant. Moomacb’e. Mrs. Russell Teach man. State Evening Member fchip Department Chairman was installing officer. Miss M ary Natale was dinner chair man. The theme for the dinner was Americanism and Unity. Mrs. Horace Bogle headed.th? s!ate to be installed as Chair man. first vice chairman, Mrs. Walter Leyh. second vice chair man. Mrs. Henry Frank, re cording secretary Mrs. Marie Spina, corresponding secretary Mrs. Robert Schmitt, financial secretary, Mrs. Walter Freder ichs. federation secretary Mrs Norman Thompson

M ans Best Friend Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leroy E . M c­ Williams. St. Michael's Church. Jorsey City. Quote: “ Although man is the high priest of crea tion and all other creatures were made for his service, it were to be devoutly wished that the far reaching, all embracing sympathy of St. Frances would return and make of all men the tender friend and protector of animals as he was... To achieve knowledge through the unutter ¡'Ij’c agonies of those Who trust

Lewis Carrol] — "Forbid the oay when vivisection shall be practiced in every college and school, and when the man of science, looking forth over a world which will then own no other sway than his. shall exult in the thought that he has made this fair earth, if not a eaven for man. at least a hell for animals.”

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,M iss Gertrude Annette. A U people w h o w a n t a H um an e P ro t e c tiv e A n im al Eighth District vice chairman C o n tro l P ro g ra m fo r Ly n d h u rs t, M a il coupon to Rose extended greetings and an pounced that the Evening Mem Cu to n e 464 R u th e rfo rd A ve. o r call 933-1174. borship Department of the Lynd hurst Woman's Club had re­ ceived second place honors for NAME Community Service throughout the state in the division 'if mem bership one to fifty and third A D D RESS place award for their press book. She announced a total of 532.646.76 had been raised by T E L . NO. the Evening Membership Clubs in the state for the state pro joct. Ranch Hope. Gue-ts inc'uded Mrs. Alexander Mazur, ^ .iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM iiiiiiiiiiiK iin iiiiii« * : Lyndhurst Woman's Club presi dent, Mrs. Willard Janes, Lynd ! H U E T T E M A N N ' S | hurst Woman's Club advisor to Evening Department, Mrs. Frank Pizola. president Lynd I D e lic a t e s s e n & G ro c e ry i Junior Woman’s €lub. = 2 26 IW T E K SO N A V E. G E 8-74X8 E A S T R I T IIE R F O K d H Following the installation an nual reports were read. The re organization meeting for the Cold B ev erag es by M odern R e frig e ra to r a lw a y s on H and ^ Evening Membership Depart­ ment of the Lyndhurst Woman's A L L K IN D S O F G E R M A N S T Y L E B O L O G N A S | Club will be held at the home of the chairman Mrs. Horace Im p o rte d & D o m estic T a b le L u x u rie s & Sp e c ia litie s^ Bogle. Thursday June 4, at 8:15 p. m. for all chairman and cochairman and officers were in­ T h e Best In F o o d s vited to attend.

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Gross Opposed By Quaremba In Tuesday’s Primary Election Vote Guarini and Senator Harrison Quaremba declared his posi Williams on the same ballot t on is paying off. What he is l:oe. along witn Rep. H e n r y trying to do is to attract the Hclstoski and other candidates largest possible vote to guaranf;>r office. tee a future political career. Thus, while Gross has a d:s- And he is doing it by insisting t i c t ballot advantage. S e n . that he Is the only real Repub Williams has none. I'can in the race. Nonetheless, from every indi­ “ My opponent. Mr. G r o s s , cation it will be Williams a- and Senator Williams think agamst Gross in the general e- like on this issue, talk aHHe arid lection. will vote alike." saidd Quarem­ The plov executed by Quar- ba. Quaremba has also declared ( mba is of deep interest. He is «11 obscure one time commis- ‘ie would go along with the pre amner in R :dmvood. Qua rem­ siuent’s policies in the mideast ha. lacking funds and organiza- and act there only when it t*on. shows how far free televi­ seemed in the best interests of sion t me can bring one. the country. How does this affect the race? A'thousrh Quaremba has not spent money on television the It adds a shade of interest, various channels that cover this Were President Nixon to state a area have given him free time preference there is no doubt as the law demands. that he w’ould back Gross. It And Quaremba has done his was Gross who worked to get utmost to make an impression, the Republican presidential noQuaremba has done this by mination for Nixon. And. as the defending President Nixon’s ex presidennt well knows, if Gross edition of the war plan. He is unsuccessful in running for s:sts that Gross, with w h o m the senate he will still be a po the president is on friendly wer when it comes to pledging terms, has deserted the presi New Je rse y’s presidential dele­ dent. gation in fast approaching 1972. Thus the vote that Quaremiba While Gross has declared he i> against spread of the wrar in pets will be almost completed Cambodia and wants a quick non-political. It will be an indi withdrawal from Vietnam. Qua cation of how' deeply some Re romba has insisted that he publicansfeel about the w a r backs the president's program, situation.

William J . Burke, oik» of Fiss. Jr.. in equal shares. To my nephew. Robert L Lyndhurst’s most noted figures. prerved as generous in deatb as Fiss Jr .. 10 per cent thereof in the event he shall survive me. he was in life. The will of Mr. Burke, \tfji ch otherwise to his wife. To my nephew. Robert B. has been fried in Mackenzie k showed that he remembered! re­ K elly. 2 per cent thereof in the event he shall survive me; oth latives and friends. Mr. Burke was the sot^ of erwise to his wife. To my friend. Dominick Sam John Burke, one of South Bor gen’s political activists w h o marco. 20 per cent thereof in served on the old town^b’o com­ the event he shall survive me; mittee and in other civil offi otherwise to his wife. Annette Sommarco. ces. To my friend. Annette S a m Taking up as a builder in a firm started by his father. Mr. marco. 5 per cent thereof in Burke erected many homes in the event she shall survive me South Bergen. He was a’so\he otherwise to her husband. Dorn builder of Sacred Heart Church, iniek Sammarco. To my sister. Mary W o o d s Lyndhurst. which TU many believe to be one or the county's county’s most i per cent thereof in the event she shall survive me: otherwise beautiful edifices. Two of Mr. Burke's sisters to her son. William J Woods. To my nephew. William J married bro'hers — John F. Woods, mayor of Lyndhurst. Woods. 5 per cent thereof in tht and William J. Woods, whose event he shall survive me oth sen. now living in Passaic, is a envise to his wife. To my employee. Eleanor Or county judge, Mrs. Arthur F. McMahon, a Vkowski. 2 per cent thereof in t< >cher in Lvndhurst's Lincoln the »vent she shall survive me: School, was a niece of Mr. otherwise to her surviving chil Burke ri-on in equal share. Amone the friends remember To my employee. Florence bv Mr. Burke, were former Black. I 12 per cent thereof in Commissioner Georse H. Ho'd the event she shaH survive: o*li­ en. who now lives in Lons 1- *™riae to her sister. M a r y lard. and Harold J Camelet. fo B'ack. To my employee. Beil: Milli many years a realtor and mcason. 3 per cent thereof in the de'wiand commissioner. Edward Holden, for many event he shall survive me: oth years a plumbing inspector for erwise to his mother. To my employee Michael Ma Lvndhurst. was also remember chere. m per cent thereof in ed in the will. Mr. and Mrs. Dominick Sam ­ the event he shall survive me. marco of Wvckoff received 25 otherwise to his wife. To my cousin. Helen Fraser, per cent cf the estate. Mr. Sam marco is president of South i) per cent thereof in the event

Police Promotions By Russo Mayor Peter J . Russo. Direc­ tor of the Department of Pub lie Safety, announces the ap­ pointment to Captain of the foi lowing men and also the ap|x;intment of the following jiam ed patrolmen to thè rank t of Lieutenant: Captain — William B r a d y , T ;mothy Regan. Joseph Caggia no and Roebert Frevmuller. Lieutenant: John Scalese. Art'm r Schreckenstein. Robert Mulheisen and Edward Golem bieski. Mayor Russo also promoted John Carrig and Thomas Gea­ ry. bexth uniformed policemen, t > detectives. At the same time. Mayor Rus s i appointed the following citi zens to new police officers for the Township of Lyndhurst: Jam es Harrison Hittinger. Pe-

ter John Isold. Jam es Edward Mileski. Jerome E. Onembo and Robert M. TiTricone. In keeping with the policy of expanding the Police Depart ment to give the citizens of Lyndhurst full apd adequate protection due to the growth of the community and in particular the Board of Commissioners has expanded the present com ple^merit of the Police Depart ent to forty-one men. All pro motions and appointments will be effective June 1st and all new superior officers and pat ro’men will be sworn in at 11:00 a.m. at the Town Hall on that day. Mayor Russo stated that with the appointment of the addition al officers it wHl be the polier/ of the Police Department to have a Captain on duty at all

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VO TE TU ESD A Y The polls open Tuesday at 7 P.M. They close at 8 P.M. It is one of Ihe most important elec­ tions of the year. Every elec­ tion is important — so, please, make plans to vote on Tuesday.

CZ aa rr 'W A a s h Postponed Due to inclement weather, the car wash for Baby Michael Gul lone will be postponed for the second week. The new date set is for Sunday. May 31 at Sene?e's Texaco Station on P a r k to 3p.m. We cannot postpone again on fOCOUDI of bad weather. If it rains, anyone wishing to donate can send a donation to: Baby Michael Gullone Fund P. O. Box 1182 Wayne. New Jersey 07470. Donations may also be dropperi off at Valley Brook Liquors with Anthony Scardino. Jr.. committee co chairman, or contact Frank Chierico at 933 5845.

Bergen Savings and Loan As s«*iation Wood Ridge. Bert MHlison. an employee, was bequeathed all of the con­ struction tools and equipment, including a truck. St. M a ry ’s Church of Ruther ford, of w'hich Mr. Burke be­ came a communicant when h-: moved to Rutherford, received 1 Der cent of the estate. The bequests follow: To my niece. Ruth Kelly. 20 per cent thereof in the event she shall survive me: other wise to her son. Robert B. Kel!>'•

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Semi-professional baseball comes to Lyndhurst with a bang this week-end. The Lyndhurst Baseball Club, opening its second year of com petition, takes on opponents in the Metropolitan Baseball lea gue. The big omening game is Mon day when Parks Commiss’oner Joseph Carucci throws out the first ball at 8 P.M . when Lynd hurst takes on the Amerson Westwood team. The game will take place un der the lights at Counity Sta dium. Lyndhurst. Al Gaul, the unbeaten Keamv Kurier for Upsala, probably will pitch for Lyndhurst. Lyndhurst will swing into ae tion this Frid ay night at the County Park. also. However, in that game the visitors. Berg°n field, will be the open team. The game will start at 8 P.M . Manager Mike Marrone said that the Lyndhurst team shapes up much stronger than ever. Gaul gives the team an oeit standing pHcher. Lvndhurst has a new coach, too. He is Pete Romagnino. who has had long exDerience in semi-pro baseball. He has been a featured manager in the Ber Ken League for years, Some well known Lyndhurst faces will be in the pin strioes of the local club. Ron Kist. TeH Snoebnd'ae. La rry Sparta and Nob Fladung. all of whom have made their mark on toca! dia moods, are to plav.. Don Penny. Frank Servideo . nd Pat Se‘rvide?o are other we*ll knowT»s who have been prac ticing with the team, Lynelhurst fans supported the U am strongly last year and are expected to turn out in gexxl numbers again this season.

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F L O T IL L A A U X IL IA R Y — F ro m le ft to rig h t: M r. W m . S c h o rl. 1er. F a s t D istric t C om m odore; .Mrs. C o let W a tts ; M r Hoy W a tta , F lo tilla C o u rte sy E x a m in e r O ffic e r; M r. ii. S ch o en b erg , Division Vice C ap tain . Flotilla 36. USCG Aux. of Ver- Colet of 25 E Garden Ter r.. No. ona. in cooperation with Sears. Arlington. Mr. John Lutz. Past Roebuck Co.. Willowbrook. -F’otilla Commander and wife, Wayne, presented a Safe Boat Carol, of 216 Jackson Ave.. Ru ing Show May 18-23. The show t.crford. and G. Sc hoe neberg. included safe boating equip Division Vice Captain of East ment plus several small boats. Rutherford were on duty at the 12 ft. to 16 ft., equipped to pass show throughout the week. The the Courtesv Motorboat Exami Auxiliarists felt this week at nation. The display was manned WillowbrookShopping Center to evenings by Auxiliarists who be more than just‘another boat answwered questions, distribut show’ and the interest and ide ed literature, and generally un concerning boating as a dermined reckless boating on snort and as a way of life made our waters this summer, Rov Watts. Flotilla Courtesv this week a pre summer hap Examiner Officer., and his wife. pen ing'.

Flags A t Half Mast For Memorial Day All Lyndhurst flags will flv a half mast for Memorial Day services as ordered by Presi­ dent Nixon as a salute to the war dead. The men who have lost their I’ves in Vietnam will be parti cularly honored. Lyndhurst w'ill have its cust omary Memorial Day parade, beginning at 11 a. m. Brief ex orcises will open the services at Livingston and Valley Brook avenues at 10:30 a. m. when Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry Beck, rector of Sacred Heart Catholic Church will deliver the invoca tion. Mrs. Em il Blasko w ll srng the NationalAnthem andMayor

Pe*er Russo will deliver the w'el come. Wreaths wi’l be placed at the World War 11 Monument at the Town Hall after which there will be volley and taps. Former Mayor William F. Gallagher will deliver the main address. Jam es E. Ferriero will be grand marshall of the parade. aided bv Fred GabrieHe. Charles Kings’ey. Edward J. De Andrea. John A. Serina and Jiunes Gibbons. In the first division will be the h'gh school band, the grand marshal and his a;des. the pol:ce department. Board of Com miss-oners and the Board of Ed ucation. The fire department.

its auxiliary and apparatus, children and the First Aid will also be in the division as Corps. win the Gold Star mothers and The parade will go east on World W ar I veterans. Valley Brook to Ridge Road. Neglias Marching Band will lead a contingent of American Legion. Catholic War Veterans. Veterans of the Foreign Wars. World War I Widows.

™ rth to Second avenue, west to Stuyvesant avenue. Court avenue and thence to Memorial Park where services will be held.

In the second division with field music by the Salaam Tem pie. will be the Masonic Club. B.P.O .E. Elks. Emblem Club. Knights of Columbus. Civil De­ fense and Disaster Control Unit. Junior Women’£ Club. Lyr.a hurst Twirlers, and the Boy and Girl Scouts. St. Peter's Piep Band. Unico.community

Edward Maher is officer of the day. As&isting in the cere monies will be Anthony J . Spin alii, Dominick Valentino. John Ruggiero Jr.. Conrad Michaelsen. Jam es Gibbons and An­ thony Celia. Rev. Ernest Lindner of St. Matthews Evangelical Church will pronounce benedictio

Lincoln School Is Vandalized During the past week the most violent spate of vandalism in recent weeks was perpet rated at Lincoln School when te 11 windlAVS were broken in one n;ght. On May 13 at 12:25 a.m. two w'omen were frightened when accosted by a man exposing himself on Stuyvesant avenue, On M ay 16 two men attempting to repair the roof on the

house in which they both are tenants slipped off the ladder they were using and were conve.ved by police to Hackensack Hospital. Patrick Carucci. not related to our commissioner. sustained a broken leg and lac erations of the mouth, while his partner. Frank Pope, received lacerations. „ k The manager of a servvice sta tion at 555 Riverside Avenue re

ported at 6:30 a.m. May 13 Police and first aid personnel that the oil rack and contents -were kept busy however w ith hi d been stolen after he liad many calls of a lesser nature closed up at 10 p.m. the pre There were 12 ambulance calls, ceding night. nine auto accidents inves­ E a rly Friday morning police tigated: 11 burglar alarms and were busy investigating a rob two dog bite cases. bery during the night of Patrolmen checking doors < >l Angelo's Restaurant on Ridge business found four unlocked. Road at Freeman Street, the Calls were responded to for only B & E reported during that one brush fire, and garbage week. burning on Polito road.

Proclamation ^ V S ^ V W W W V W W V W V W ^ A A / V W W W S A rfV W V W W V * W H E R E A S , c re a tiv e e x p re ssio n re p re s e n ts th e lw*st im pulses in o u r h e rita g e and in o u r c o n te m p o ra ry w orld. T h ro u g h th e cul. tu ra l a r t s w e com e to u n d e sta n d nuin and n a tio n s, fo r it is the o u tw a rd reflectio n of th e ir hopes am i h e a rta c h e s . W H E R E A S , th e c u ltu ra l e x p erie n ce is*ftf tw o k inds. The q u a li­ ty of living is en rich ed a s a p a rtic ip a n t and a s a s p e c ta to r. Being a s p a c a ta to r leads to a p p re c ia tio n an d e n jo y m e n t, h u t being a p a rtic ip a n t m ean s self-involvem ent ■ a m uch m ore e x citin g g ro w ­ ing ex p erien ce. W H E R E A S , w hen a «-enter of p o p u la tio n a tta in s a d e g re e off c iv iliz a tio n , develops a pros|»erous econom y, fo s te rs an a d eq u a te e d u c a tio n a l s y ste m and p ro d u c e s a n u m b e r of ta le n te d persons, a c u ltu ra l c im a te occurs. W H E R E A S , th e E v en in g M eml>ership D e p a rtm e n t of th e W o­ m a n ’s C lub is sp o n so rin g th e first L y n d h u rst C u ltu ra l A rts F e stivh ! ihi Sunday, May 24th, 1970. N O W , T H E R E F O R E , a s M ay o r I p ro claim th e w eek of M ay 24th th ro u g h M ay 30th a s C u ltu ra l A rts W eek. T o w n sh ip of L y n d h u rst P E T E R J . R U SSO M ayor S u b m itte d by: C u ltu ra l A rts F e s tiv a l ^ C o-C hairm en, H a rrie t P a u l ►lean Me C rea

M rs. G enevieve H alk of 844 R u th e rfo rd A venue, L y n d h u rst, D ire c to r off P lacem ent a t the R u th e rfo rd c am p u s of F a irle ig h D ickinson U n iv e rsity , received a silv e r bow l S u n d a y fro m Dr. B yron C. I