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W h e n auto inspections w e re introduced in N e w Je r s e y in 1935 the obvious w e a k ­ ness of the concept caused So u th B e rg e n residents to rise in th e ir w ra th . L e d by J a c k L ic it r a of L y n d h u rs t and sparked by T h e L e a d e r a citiz en s’ fig h t w as carried on fo r several years. r 'e* tu ally the b u rea cratic w e ig h t p re­ va iled and the S c u th B e rg e n opposition c rie d up. T w e n tv five yea rs and perhaps a q u arter bil.ion dollars later, the state is no w be­ ginning to perce-ve w h a t So u th Bergenites saw a long tim e ago. T h e auto inspections are a lim e-con­ su m in g , non-productive, co stly operation, ih e s e ue ects w e re apparent a long tim e ago. I t has been apparent that w h a t is need­ ed are inspectors on the h ig h w a y . Sp o t checks of vehicles is a possible a lte rn a tiv e — since it w ould include out-of-state

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T h e D e p a r t m e n t of E n v iro n m e n ta l P r o ­ tection, a n e w s l a t e agen cy, has gone into court to obtain a c e a s e a n d d e s is t order a gainst building con stru ctio n in the 29 com m unities using t h e Passa ic V a lle y S e w e r a g e Com m ission. T h is m ust strik e the a ve rag e citizen as an astound ng bit of g o vernm en tal sleight of hand. W h a t is the P a s s a i c V a lle y Se w e ra g e C o m m is s io n ?

T h is is an agency created b y tLe S ta te o f N e w Je r s e y to se rve com m unities in the P a rs a ic V a lle y . T h e com m unities pay th e costs. T h e state go vernm en t controls the a gen cy as an o p eratin g arm . T h e c o m m i s s i o n e r s a r e appointed by the state— w i t h o u t con su ltatio n o r approval of the m u n i i»'alitios. T h e v act as th ey see f it — a n d s e n d the b ills to the m u n icip alities T h e L e a d e r new spapers, w h ic h circu late in th e v a lle y , h a v e com plained dozens of t im e s t h a t t h e w o-k of the com m ission h^is b e c i u n b e a r a b ly inept. T h ese n e w s­ p a p e r s h a v e pointed o u t that conditions on the r i v e r r e t w o r?e not b etter. Th ese new spapers hav e u r r e d that the agency y - J p v i n l r g t h ? t*s k fo r w h ich it w a s ap ­ pointed— t o ciezn u p th e river. U n:*er p rocd’ of the fed eral g o ve rn ­ m ent the st^te has acted. A g a in rt the a g e n c y ? N ot at ell. A g a in st the m unicipalities. A l ’t tle h i s t o r y is in order. W h e n the a gen cy w a s u r d e r co n tro l of the R e p u b li­ c a n s *n e . a b o r a t e ? v s f e T i o* exoan*ion and im p ro vem en t w as outlined. Su d denly there w e re com olaints that certa in fin g ers w e re deep in the cookie ja r . A n investig atio n

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Wall Street West Picked In Meadows Wall Street West. New Je r sty's embryonic financial ceil tcr located in Lyndhurst Office Park. Routes 3 and» 17. Lynd hurst, was officially recognized May 21 when Lyndhurst Mayor street Peter Russo installed sign bearing that name.

Hudson, Anticipating the strong likelihood of such a trend, the Belle mead Development Corpora t'on is proceeding with plans for growth of a gigantic office park in the Hackensack mead owlands.

Said Mayor Russo. “ Today marks a mi'estone in Lvnd hurst's steadily increasing at traction to all types of business and industry."

Blair ar>d Company. Inc... the tuition's 12th largest brokerage house recently signed a 15 year U ase for occupancy of 52.000 square feet of office space in licllemead's Lyndhurst Office Hark, to house Blair's ‘‘back of fice” operations — the monu­ mental paperwork burden fac­ ing all major stock brokerage iiouses.

The new street was named in conjunction with the move of P la ir and Company. INC.'S ' back office" operations to the office Park, the first such move bj a financial house out of the traditional New York location. John I. Merritt, president of Bellemead Development Corporation, developers of the Office Park, speculated that the move bv B la ir to New Jersey may well be the beginning of an en tirely new. completely modern financial district west of the

The Wall Street company will occupy a comolete wing and one flirfir of an adjoining wing of the office park's first building, a un ir;ue three — wing, three story moc)ern offjce building, which, noaring completion is 79 percent ri ntec) Bellemead Development Corp.

Samuel H.. Woolley, chairman and chief executive officers of All are in need of added office The Bank of New Ydrk today space, at a premium on Wall announced the following new Street, to centralize and stream a|»pointments: Edward V. Flet line operations. Fo r these rea cher was appointed to the post sons, plus the high costs of op of assistant corporate trust erating in the city, Merritt fore officer; Ronald J Brown. Tho sees a mass movement to exur mas J . McCloskey. Jorge E. bia bv auxiliary operations of Ramos. Anthony R. Riotto and the Wall Street financial houses. Raymond L Romanski Jam es B. Ramsey, president named assistant operations or of B la ir and Company, cited ficers. substantial rental savings and a larger pool of potential employ Mr. Romanski joined the bank Merritt speculates that other ees as two of the biggest rea in 1963 and was named a dcbrokerage firms in addition to sons for the move to Lyndhurst partment head in the corporati' B la ir and Company will look at r i. /v*#* « . e Office Park. Initial recruiting agencies division in 1968 . He at Lyndhurst Office P a rk west of pfforts by K ]air aml Company tended Pace College from 1963 the Hudson forspace. Security pr(xjucr<1 2no job applicants in ti. 1965 and the American Insti brokers in general have been the first four days. tute of Banking Trom 1966 to overwhelmed with the in 1S68. Romanski served in the In venturing the opinion that cidental paper — work accom I ’ S. Army from 1960 to 1965. pan.ving stock and bond trans erf her brokerage firms would He is a member of the Knights actions, enough so that the New follow B la ir’s move, 'merritt re of Columbus. He, his wife. BaiYork Stock Exchange until re­ called that Lyndhurst was ser bara. and their two sons, live at cently had curtailed trading iouslv considered as a location 376 Wilson Ave.. Lyndhurst. hours to permit brokerages to for the New York Stock Ex catch up. Some have turned to change a few’ vears ago when a more modern alternated eoiro move out of the c'tv was con nirnt to handle nar>er — work, tt-molated to avoid additional Prom otion For others have added personnel taxes W illia m A n d e re r William D. Anderer rrf 62'J was recently promoted to engin curing plant supervisor in the T» r»*en Division. Electric Dis developed land in the nation, tribution Department of Public Period of Review cou’d best be accomplished on Service Electric and Gas Com Following announcement of a coordinated basis by one re pany. He was first employed by the final mas*er plan, a com gional agency rather than picce Public Service on June 1. 1962 m^tee of mayors from the 11 meal by 14 separate municipali­ Recently Mr. Anderer com meadowlands municipalit-eis ties. p'otod his service with tho Uni w ill have 120 days to review the ted States Marino Corps Re plan and either approve it o»* serves and is presently attend veto it. The mayors’ veto c^n ing Newark College of Engineer he overridden by five of the se iivg. von meadowlands corrmrss’on members, as was the case with Mr. and Mrs. Anderer have the first stage master plan.

Public Relations For Meadowlands The Hackensack MeadTwlards Development Commission, which is trying *o win friends p*>(i influence peoole. has dee d cd to hire a publ’C relations firm to he’p in the job. Judging from the negative re suon«e that has greeted the com mission since its inception* tho P R firm will have its work cut out for it. Anyway, the commission »'»vs it now is readv to make wiWic a master plan for the meadows.

com plished nothing. It m a y be u n fa ir to point this out. B u t the present com m issioner of E n v iro n m e n t­ a l P ro te c tio n is a gentlem an recru ited fro m past D e m o cra tic ad m inistrations. T in s m a y be the reason he seems blind* folded w h e re the fau lts o f om ission and com m ission of his erstw h ile D e m o cra tic colleagues on the P V S C a re concerned. A ffe cted by the state o rd er a-e K e a rn y , N o rth A rlin g to n , Ly n d h u rs t, R u th e rfo rd and E a s t R u th e rfo rd . T h e am ount of building these com m u n i­ ties plan to do on the w e st banks of th e ir com m unities— w h ich use the P V S C — is m inute. M o s t of these com m unities have separ­ ate treatm en t plants fo r th e ir eastern areas. B u t since m ost of the«e m unicip alities h ave been under orders to im p ro ve their eastern fa cilitie s thev m ay soon come un ­ der the state ban, too. It is in terestin g and so m ew h at tra g ic to see this stop-stoo o rd er a rriv e at a tim e w h en the need fo r housing, com m ercial and in d u stria l site^ is at an all-lim e high. I f the P S V C had done its job the area w o u ld be in a splendid p osition to meet the^e needs instead it is no w being forced to the w a ll.

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according to John I. Merritt, president, is in the process of completing plans for the next office building at the site, with a total floor space of 180.000 sfiuare feet. Merritt said he ex­ pects that this building will be occupied as soon as completed and that four more similar buildings will follow to create some one million square feet of rentable floor space.

The P R f’rm will try to make tlK work of the commission less funny. The commiss'on. the constitu* ‘:rnality of which still is under legal attack in Superior Court ir Hackensack, adopted a firststage master plan a month a.zo five months after it had been made puWic. The commission SH:d then that ‘he final master plan would he adapted within two years, and perhaps within a year.

Eiffht of the 14 Bergen and Hudson County municipalities That plan established interim are formally oooosed to the Tt is awaited w ;th interest. zoning and subdivision regu'a commission, claiming the ena Not long ago the planners of tions. as well as a building code bling legislation unconstitut'on the meadowland uplift and do for 8 000 acres of the meadow ally strfps the towns of their v i ’ooment were talking about lands which it declared develop power to zone. putting a city of 500 OOO *n *he The Hackensack Meadow g e C r is is swamps. Then they said 300.000 ment areas. lands Reclamation and Develop But the first stage plan dc w as begun. The laughs of the ecologists ment Act was signed into law T h e net resu lt w as the R epu b lcan s w ere who have questioned the wis­ furred any development of the by former Gov. Richard J. ousted. D e m o cra ts replaced them. dom of putting a city of 300. remaining 10.000 acres — re hughes in January 1969. Soon U n fo rtu n a te ly , the developm ent p ro ­ sors of the measure sa:d devel­ 000 alongside New York a n d furred to as planning areas g ram that w as so needed, th a t w o u ld by until adoption of the final mas opment of the meadowlands. Jersey City are still reverbera n o w be w e ll in effect, w as scrapped. considered the most valuable un ter plan. U n d e r D e m o c ra tic rule the P V S C a c­ tir.g around the country.

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C o n g ratu latio n s are in o rd er to the R e ­ cord of H ack en sack . O b serving its 75th v e t r , the new spaper has a rig h t to cele­ brate. Lo cate d in a cou n ty th at is rich in h is to ry and g ro w th p o tential the R e co rd has had an am azing g ro w th . F ro m the perch o f o u r ow n L e a d e r F r e e P re s s, w h ich , at 96 is the oldest n e w s­ paper in the county, w e can ap preciate the developm ent o f this b ra w lin g yo un gster. H o w e v e r, these are h ard ly the days fo r self-«'o*ir?ratu latio n. N e v e r has the fu tu re of the free press been m ore clouded. N e v e r h ave the pressures of society fallen m ore h e a v ily upon the new spapers of the n a ­ tion. Jo u r n a lis e in A m e ric a has had a rich, unbridled h is tc rv . T h e w ise m en w h o founded the nation understood the neces­ sity fo r a free pre«s. T h e y provided fo r it. T h e jo u rn a lists h av e fought the good b a ttle to m aintain it. T h a n k s to a e ro w th econom y jou rn alism h%s prosne-e^— despite the collapse of c o m p etiticn in most cities. T h e re are m any fa cto rs w h ich have Jed to the m or -poly press. T h e re are some w h o serio u sly ar
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vehicles w h ic h n o w are not screened. T h e p u ttin g o f 400 inspectors on the h ig h w a y s in m ark ed cars w o u ld h ave a m ost b en eficial effect. So m e of the c o w ­ boys w h o n o w m ake the h ig h w a y s so dangerous w o u ld be put back into the corral. W h a t has made the inspections an a b ­ su rd ity a re the studies conducted by the N e w Je r s e y S ta te D e p artm en t of M o to r V eh icles. T h ese studies point out th at the re al k ille r on th e h ig h w a y s is booze. H o w does an inspection once a y e a r curb th e d rin k in g d r iv e r ? In sp ecto rs on the h ig h w a y s could check them , how ever. I t is essential that the m oney N e w J e r ­ sey pours into inspections goes into real h ig h w a y sa fe ty — p atro llin g. D rin k in g d rive rs , fa u lty lig h ts and poor brakes can be detected b e tte r on the h ig h w a y than in an inspection station.

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also am ong the heaviest users of o u r nau ra l resources. F o r cen tu ries w e have gone into the fo rest and ripped down trees to m ake pulp and n ew sp rin t. W ith o u t thought the discarded papers have been th ro w n into the garbage heaps. T o d a y it is said that n e a rly 60 percent of the garbage that w e can 't dispose of consists o f paper. M u ch o f it, tra g ic a lly , is new sprin t. T h e m ost notable o ffen der in this ecolo­ g ical crisis happens to he o u r greatest new spaper, T h e N e w Y o r k T im e s. I t m a y not be, as M a y o r L in d s a y has said, fix pounds of solid w a ste. B u t it m ust be conceded th at th e Su n d a y T im e s is w a ste fu l to a d isgraceful extent. A s T h e L e a d e r pointed out w eeks ago: W h o Needs a F iv e - P o u n d N e w Y o rk T im e s ? W o u ld it n*>t be m ore reasonable fo r the T im e s to he sold in section*— a dime fo r n ew s, a dim e fo r sports, a dim e for real estate, a dim e fo r so cial and entertammjpnt ? » W e ll, those a re problem s of the futu re. B u t it can be seen th at co n tro l o f the press does not concern o nly the n ew s con­ ten t. I t can strik e at the paper supplies. Supoo^e the governm ent, a ll ecologvtau t, decided to ra tio n the w o rld ’s forests and a llo w o n lv so much n ew sp rin t to so m a n v n e w sp a n ers? I t is a shuddering thought. It is tim e fo r jo u rn alism to respond. T h e re is no reason w h y e v e ry scrap of r a p e r should not be ser>ar«f ed fro m o - j » r . h*»pe, collected, treated and reprocessed. T he n ew span ers m ust lead the w a y in the fig h t to w a rd th e ir o w n salvation. N o w a m a tu re 7?» T h e R e co rd m ight con­ sider doing som ething about it— rig h t aw ay.

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S U P E R IO R C O U R T OP O b je ctio n s, if a n y , sh o u ld b s N EW J E R S E Y m ad e im m e d ia te ly in w ritin g to C h a n c e r y D iv is io n — F r e d O. T a u b , M u n icip al C le r k of B e rg e n C o u n t» L y n d h u r s t , N. J. D o ck e t No. F 7*01 J O S E P H IN E C O R P O R A T IO N W h e r e in A rro w 'S a v in g s and A n th o n y C ia rd e lla , P re s. L o a n A s s o c ia t io n , a N ew J e rse y 262 R id g e Road. co rp o ra tio n a re d e fe n d a n ts and L y n d h u r s t . N. J M ay ? 8, J u n e 4, 1970 ►r a n c is A. A . V e n d o la ; P r is c iü a j D a te d H V e n d o la . h is w ife ; B e ll R .d g e F E E S : $'(¿.88 P lu m b in g S u p p ly C o rp ., n corp. oil M i T K ’ F. N . J .; E . W . B e r g e r A B ro . Co I <•* n o t i c e that The G a rd *< i a co rp . of N J .- Jo sep h R . P c lit o : R id g ew o o d P lu m b in g S u p p ly Co .1 HwU- >•. I n t . i i a d u i K a s IMte U u r d e ik a co rp . of N . J . ; V ig ila n t e P lu m b ­ ll.HIM • h a s ¡ i p p l U d t o tlu * B o o i d o f i ìk s ìi > n ^ r s o f t h e Towimhli* in g S u p p ly Co. In c ., a co rp . of •n d h t i r x t . N '- w J e r s e y . f o r a N . J . ; B a y s h o r e In d u sti is* . in c .. l y fC*-trill i ? o n H U t iip t lo n l . ic e n S a m u e l P a s h m a n ; R u th W .n sto n i>r ¡ » r e m ix e * s i i w aited a t 7ttS P e t e r M a ra ld o ; T h « F ir s t N a tio n a l e sau t Avenue, L yu d h u ra t, B a n k an d T r u s t C o m p a n y of K e a r ­ n y , a n a tio n a l b a n k in g a ss o c ia tio n ; | O F F IC E R S a nd A n c h o r Su p p ly C o m p a n y , in c. 1 F m n k < *;t < v ln n e , P re a .. S e c t . 401 a co rp ., Jo se p h M essin a Jen n y I ’n io n A v e . H e llc v ille J. M s s s in a , h is w ife , a re d efen d a n ts K d i v a r d L e i t e r n . T r e a s . , 23C O ld « C iv il A ctio n — W r it of E x e c u tio n i \ V < * h I s U o a d , F r a n k l i n L a 'k o * . N . J . Z U C K C R , O O L D B E R Q & W E I 6 S. A It a v im .rid W illia m s , V i * e. ATTVSP r e s . . IR U r o d e l a w n D r i v e , M o r r i s B y v ir t u e of toe above stated P l a i n s . N . J. D 'R F C T O R P w r it to me d ire cte d and d elivered , I s h a ll expose fo r sa le by public F r a n k ( i a c e f o n e , 4!*1 I ’n i o n A v e . , v e n d u e and sell to the h ig h est bid. U e lle v ille . N . .1 K d w a r d I. «M t« ro . 2.‘!R O l d s W o o d s d er on M ond ay, the 8 th day of J u n e , 1970 a t tw o o'cloc^ in the H o a d . F r a n k l i n l - t k » n , N . J K d w a r d L * * t t e r o , 2.‘I6 O ’d B W o o d a a fte rn o o n , p r e v a ilin g tim e , a t the Jiovitl, F r a n k l in L u k e s , A’ J. S h e r i f f s O ffice , situ a te d in the STO CKH O LD ER S B e rg e n C o u n ty J a il B u ild in g , C o u rt F r a n k (¡a c c U m e . 4ül U n io n A v e , S tr e e t, H a c k e n s a c k , th a t is to s a y : A L L the fo llo w in g t r a c t or p a r ­ lU ll.-v iIle. X . J. A . R a y m o n d W i l l i a m * , 16 B r o o t o cel of land and the p re m ise s h e r e ­ k « n D r i v e . M o r r i e P l a i n s , N . J . in a ft e r p a r t ic u la r ly d e scrib e d , sit il li a m * * , M roe -J;uated, lying and being in the m u n i- U w n I) r jv v n oM oWrris ‘ P la in a. N. J c ip a lit y of T o w r s h p of L y n d h u r .t , , t a n y , aftouid liM in th e C o u n ty of B e rg e n and S ta te n m e d la t e ly in w r it ln jr of N ew J e r s e y : d O . T i-u h . M u n icip a l ( ’l e r k o * B E IN G m ore p a r t ic u la r ly des Tow naJiij» o f L y u d h u r a t , N ew se y . crib ed as fo llo w s: T il« ? ( ¡ a r d e n H o u s e , In c . B E I N G k n o w n and d esig n ated as F m n k <» a lcio n e. P r e s . L o t s 68. 69 and 70 on a ce rta in Tttx t í t u y v e a a n t A v e n u e , m ap en title d "M a p of P ro p e rtv of L v n d lm r s t. N. J . W a lt e r V a n d e n b u rg h ( V a n W in kl« T r a c t ) s it u a t e S t T o w n sh ip of J » « « o d ’ M a y W, J u n * 4, I 8T« U n io n . B e rg e n C o ., N. J ." w h ich .n ap w a s filed in th e B erg en Coun N O T IC E ty C l e r k ’s O ffic e on N o vem b er 21. TAKE N O T IC E THAT B o n ’t 190# *» Map No 947 D e lic a te sse n In c. tra d in g a s B e n ’s C O M M O N L Y k n o w n as No. -.08 h a s ap p lied to the B o a rd of C o m ­ W ils o n A v e n u e , L y n d h u r s t , New m is s io n e r s of the T o w n sh ip of J e rs e y . L y n d h u r s t . N ew J e rs e y , fo r a R e ­ I T is in tend ed to d e scrib e the t a il D is tr ib u tio n L ic e n s e fo r p re m i­ sa m e p re m ise s co n vey ed to Joseph se s situ a te d a t 509 S t u y v e s a n t R . P o lito . sin g le by deed record ed A v e ., L y n d h u r s t , N ew J e r s e y . on N o vem b er 17, 1960 in Book *186 O F F IC E R S of D e e d s fo r B e rg e n C o u n ty , P a g e B en L e v in e , P r e s ., 181 R iv a r R d ., N u tle v . N J. »60. T o g e th e r w ith th e h e re d ita m e n ts F r ie d a L e v in e . S e c y . T r o a s ., 181 a n d a p p u rte n a n c e s th e re u n to b e ­ R iv » r R d .. N utley, N J. lo ng in g , a te. L ie n s and e n c u m ­ Abe L e v in e . V ic e P r e s ., S6 V a n b r a n c e s a g a in s t th e ab o ve d e s c r ib ­ B re e m a n C t ., M o n tcla ir, N . J . ed p re m is e s w ill be m ad e kno w n D IR E C T O R S B en L e v in e , 181 R iv a r R d ., N uta t th e tim e of th e sa le . A p p r o x i­ m a te a m o u n t due on t h is e x e c u ­ le y , N. J. F r ie d a L e v in e , 181 R iv a r R d ., tio n , T w e n t y O ne T h o u sa n d F o u r H u n d re d and F if t y D o lla rs, plus N u tle y , N. J . Abe L e v in e . 25 V a n B re e m a n S h e r iff's P e e s. T h e S h e r iff r e s e r v e s the rig h t to C t .. M o n tcla ir, N. J. N a m e a ll sto ck h o ld e rs hold in g a d jo u rn t h is sa le fro m tim e to tim e one or more p e r centum of tha a s pro vid e d by la w . s to ck of sa id co rp o ra tio n JO S E P H F. JO B . S H E R IF F B en L e v in e , 181 R iv e r R d ., N u t­ D a te d : M ay 14, 21, 28 J u n e 4, 970 le y, N. J. F E E S : $74.04 F re d a L e v in e , 181 R iv a r R d ., N u tle y , N . J. N O T IC E A be L e v in e . 25 V a n B re e m a n T a k e no tice th a t Jo se p h in e C o rC t .. M o n tclair. N. J. p o ra tio n tr a d in g as Ly n d h u rst O b je ctio n s, if a n y . shou ld b« R id g e L o u n g e h a s applied to the m ad e im m e d ia te ly in w r it in g to B o a rd of C o m m issio n e rs of the F r e d O. T a u b . M u n icip a l C le r k , T o w n sh ip of Lyndhurst N e w J e r* of L y n d h u r s t , N ew Jersey. se y , fo r a P le n a r y R e t a il C o n s u m p ­ B e n ’s D e lic a te sse n In c . tio n lice n se fo r p re m ise s situ a te d Ben L e v in e , P r e s . a t 262 R id g e R d .. L y n d h u r s t , N. J. 181 R iv e r Road O F F IC E R S N u tle y , N. J. A n th o n y C ia r d e lla . P r e s ., 257 D a te d : M ay 28 J u n e 4, 1970 K in g s la n d A v e ., L y n d h u r s t . N. J F E E : $22.54 Jo se p h in e C ia rd e lla T r e a s .. 257 K in g s la n d A v e ., L y n d h u r s t , N. J. A h th o n y C ia r d e lla , J r ., Secy . 25/ N O T IC E K in g s la n d A v e ., L y n d h u r s t , N. J. T a k e no tice th a t M ax W . W in k le r N am e of sto ck h o ld e rs holdinq tra d in g a s T h e C o rk Shop h a s aoone or m ore p e r ce n tu m of the plied to the B o a rd of C o m m is s io n ­ sto ck of sa id co rp o ra tio n . ers a s Issu in g A u t h o r it y of the A n th o n y C ia r d e lla , 257 K in g sla n d T o w n sh ip of L y n d h u r s t fo r a P le n ­ A v e ., L y n d h u r s t , n . J. a ry R » te il D ift ibu tion L ic e n s e for J o se p h in e C i a r d e l li . 257 K in g s ­ p re m ise s situ a te d a t 653 R id g e land A v e ., L y n d h u r s t . N. J. R d .. in t ’-e T o w n sh ip of L y n d h u r s t . A n th o n y C ia rd e lla J r . 257 K in g s ­ O b je ctio n s, if a n y , sh o u ld be land A v e ., L y n d h u r s t , N. J . m a d * im m e d ia te ly in w r it in g to

F r a d O. T a u b , M u n icip a l C la rk of the T o w n sh ip of L y n d h u r s t , New Je.*sey. M ax W . W in k le r D a te d : M ay 28, J u n a 4, 1970 r g t S : »11.27 N O T IC E T a k e no tice th a t A n th o n y Z eln a and F e lix M ik u lsk i tra d in g a s G a r den D e lic a t e s s s n h a s applied to the B o a rd of C o m m issio n e rs a s Issu ing A u th o r ity of the T o w n sh ip of L y n d h u r s t for a P le n a r y R e ta il D is tr ib u tio n L ic e n s e fo r p rem ises situ a te d at 418-42« P a g e A v e. in the T o w n sh ip of L y n d h u r s t . O b je c tio n s, if a n y , ih o u ld be m ade im m e d ia te ly in w r it in g to F r e d O. T a u b , M u n icip a l C le r k of th e T o w n sh ip of L y n d h u r s t . New Je rse y . A n th o n y Z eln a 711 L e w a n d o w s k i S t. L y n d h u r s t , N. J . F e lix M ik u isk i 634 SollJUl C t . L y n d h u rst, N I. D a te d : M ay 28, J u n e 4, 1970 F e e s . $12.88 N O T IC E Take n o tice te a t Fre d and L o t t i S c h u m a n n tra dlin in g a ass S c h u ­ m a n n 's D eli A L iq u o r•s s h a s a, applied to the B o a rd of C o m m issio n e rs a s Is su in g A u t h o r it y of the T o w n ­ sh ip of L y n d h u r s t fo r a P le n a iy R e t a il D is tr ib u tio n L ic e n s e fo r p re m is e s situ a te d a t 299 S tu y v e sa n t A v e . in the T o w n sh ip of L y n d h u r s t , N ew J e rs e y . O b je c tio n s, if a n y , shou ld be m ad e im m e d ia te ly in w r it in g to F r e d O . T a u b , M u n icip a l C le rk , of L y n d h u r s t , N e w J e rs e y . F r e d S cn u m a n n 25 Oakiey T e rr a c e N u tle « . N. J. D a te d : M ay 28. J u n e 4, 1970 F e e s : $11.26

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N a m e a ll sto c k h o ld e rs holding one or m ore p er cen tu m of the sto ck of sa id co rp ra tio n . A n n C e lia . 620 S ix t h A v e ., L y n d ­ h u rs t , N ew J e rs e y A n th o n y C e lia . 620 ’S ix t h A v e ­ nu e, L y n d h u r s t , N ew J e rr e v A ttilo D i S o rd i, 290 B u rth o ld A v e ., R a h w a y , N. J. O b je ctio n s, if a n y . should he m ad e im m e d ia te ly in w ritin g to i reri O. T a u h , M un cip a l C le rk of L y n d h u r s t , N ew J e rse y . A n n • ella , Fre a id e n t 620 S ix t h A vo., L y n r ^ u r s t . Nrv- Je rse y D a te d : M ay 28. Ju n e 4, 1970 F e e s : $24.16 N O T IC E O F IN T E N T IO N Take n o tice th a t A n th o n y F . P re sto A C a r m e n P reeto , 319 H a c k ­ e n s a c k S t.. C a r ls t a d t , N ew J e rs e y , tr a d in g a s P r e s t o 's T a v e r n , has a p p lied to the M ayor and C o u n cil oi C a r ls t a d t . N. J. fo r a P le n a ry R e t a il C o n su m p tio n L ic s n s e for p r e m ise s situ a te d a t 319 H a c k e n ­ s a c k S t ., C a r ls t a d t . N. J. O b je c tio n s, if a n y , should be m ad e im m e d ia te ly in w ritin g to F r a n c e s C o m e S , Borough C la r,: of C a r ls t a d t N J AN TH ON Y F. PR ESTO 38 M ille r -S*reet W e llin g to n , N. J. CA RM EN PR ESTO 319 H a c k e n s a c k S t.. C a i i sta d V N. J. D a te d : M ay 28, J u n e 4, 1970 F e e s : 18.64

T ? k e no tice th a t a p p licatio n h a s been m ade to the M ayor and C o u n cil of th e B orough of C a r lst^ dt, N ew J r se y , to renew P le n a r y R e t a il L ic e n s e of C a rm e la P o s l.llo , F e r u c c o V e rg a and B a r ­ ney L ib e r t i, tra d in g aa W h ite H o u se B a r an d R e s t a u ra n t , fo r p re m ise s lo cated a t 643 P a te rso n A v e n u e . C a r ls t a d t . S to c k h o ld e rs holding on * o r m ore t Ak e n o t *i c e * ^ & a t k o> c C o rp o ra tio n of L y n d h u r s t . N. J . p er c -n t u m of s to ck in sa id c o r ­ h a s applied to th e B o a rd of Com - p o ra tio n . C a r m e la PoaliM o, 272 R id g e R d ., m ia a io n ars of th e T o w n sh ip of L y n d h u r s t , N o w J e r s e y , fo r a re ­ R u th e rfo rd , N . J. F e ru c c u o V e r g a , 2 L a u r e l P la ce , n e w a l o f clu b lic e n s e fo r p re m ise s situ a te d a t , 310 N ew Y o r k A v e ., R u th e r fo r d . N . J . B a r n e y L ib e r t i, 470 S u sse x R d , Ly n d h u rst, N . J. W ood R id p e . N . J . O F F IC E R S AN D T R U S T E E S O b je c tio n s, if a n y , should be D a n ie l O o rano to , P r e s ., 231 W e b ­ m ad e im m e d ia te ly in w ritin g to ste r A v t., L y n d h u ra t '-a n ce s G o m ez, Bo ro u g h C io rk of Jo«eph H u r le y , T r e a s .. 158 V a l­ F r-< « a N I. le y B ro o k A v e ., L v n d h u r s L D a te d : M a y 28, Ju n e 4. 1870 R ic h a r d Q o g lia , S e c y ., 718 L in F E E S : $8.64 cr«n S t ., L y n d h u r s t , N . J. S a lv a t o r e G e n tile . T r u s t e e , 244 C lin to n T a r ., L y n d h u r s t . N J . N O T IC E R . C a la c w rc io , T r u s t e e . 759 T en T a k e n o tice th a t C a r if t a d t HideE y c k A v e ., L y n d h u r s t . N . J . * w t y . I n c .. a c«>r|>orat«en vf V inoent R o aa, T r u s t a a , W illo w S ta te of N e w J e rs e y , h a s applied A v e ., L y n d s u r s t , n . J . to th e M a y o r and C o u n cil of tlte O b je c tio n s, if any, aheu ld be Bo ro u g h of C a r ls t a d t . N J for a ad e im m e d ia te ly in w r it in g to P le n a r y P e * a il C o n su m p tio n L ic e n ­ F r o d O . T a u b , M u n ic ip a l c le r k . ce fo r p re m is e s situ a te d a t .^26 of L y n d h u r a t , N ow J e rse y Pa terso n tM.-.nk R d ., C a rlsta d t. K O f C C o rp o ra tio n N . J. O f L y n d h u ra t, N . J . »•"«"■ CFRS Daniel C o ra n o to P r o s. Ste p h e n Barbire, Jr ., 542 Lincoln R ic h a r d Q o g lia , *ve. D a te d : M a y 28. J u n e 4, 1970 O b je c tio n s. if a n y . should be F e e s : $19.32 « '' d e im m e d ia te ly m w ritin g ts F r a n c e s G o m e /. € »rough C le rk of C a r ls t a d t . N e w J e rs e y . N O T IC E C a r ls t a d t H id e w a y . In c . T a k e n o tice t h a t P a c ific o T a v e rn P a t e r s o n P la n k Rd . C o rp . tra d in g a a G old en A lib i h a s C.artat.-’ rtt. N. J ap p lied to th e B o a r d of C o m m is ­ D a te d : M a y 28, Ju n e 4, 1970 s io n e rs of th e T o w n s h ip of L y n d ­ F E E ’S : $8.64 h u rs t . N sw J e ra e y , fo r a R e ta il C o n su m p tio n L i c e n s e fo r p re m ise s situ a te d a t 202 R id g e R o a d , L y n d ­ N O T IC E O F IN T E N T IO N h u ra t, N ew Joro oy. T a k e n o tice th a t Jo sep h Lo r« , O F F IC E R « 117 M o o n a ch i* A v en u « , C a r ls t a d t . A n n C e lia . P r e s .. 820 S ix t h A v e ., N ew J e r s e y , h a s applied te the L y n d h u r s t , N ew J e r s e y M a y o r an d C o u n cil of C a r ls t a d t . A n th o n y C e lia , S e c y ., 620 6 th N ew J e r s e y fo r a P le n a r y R e ta il A v e ., L y n d h u r s t , N . J . C o n su m p tio n L ic e n s e , No. C-13. A t t ilo D i S a r d i. V ic e .P r e s ., 290 O b le n o n i i f a n y . should he B u rttio ld A v e ., R a h w a y , N . J. m ad e im m ediate+ y in w ritin g to D IR E C T O R S F r a n c e * G o m e * . Borou g h C*«rk. of A n n C e lia , 620 6 ix th A v e ., L y n d ­ C a r ls t a d t . N ew J e rse y . h u rs t , N. J . J o se p h L o re A ttilo Di S o rd i, 290 B u rth o ld 117 M oonachie A v enu e, A v e ., R a h w a y , W. J . C a r ls t a d t , N ew J e rse y A n th o n y C e lia , 620 S ix th A v e ., D a te d : M a y 28, J u n e 4. 1970 L y n d h u r s t , N. J. F E E S : $6.48

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Tamarack Coun cil Elects Slate Hendrik Tvedt of Bloomfiekl was elected president oi Tama rack Council, Boy Scouts of Am erica at the Council s 35th an­ nual business meeting. Tvedt, who served as treasurer last year, succeeds George Kotsen oi Rutherford who served as council president for the past

trree years. He will give leader shio in those niaki'u; senuting available to the youth of Bloom l t d . Carlstadt, h,ast Huther ford, Lyndhurst, Moonachie, Notih Arlington, Nutley. Ruther ford and Wood-Ridtfe, the area served by Tamarack Council. Other officers elected with

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P . T ./t. A feiv? ROOSEVELT Beatrice Dorner The Executive Committee of 0,o Roosevelt School P T A met at the home of Mrs. E Jw a rd l_Vt r>er last Tuesday to plan the 1!'70 71 calendar of activities. The theme for the coming year will be ''Interest. Involvement. Ii/luence — Tripod of the Fu ture." On June 3. the Executive Board and Committees will hold a reorganization meetiny at the Roosevelt School gym at 1.15 p. m.

dent of the PTA introduced Mi s Phillip Paul who officiated at tlie Installation of OPficers. Tho officers for the coming year. 1970 71, are: President. M rs. William Plumley: honorary vice president. Mrs. A. J . Dc Paul; first vice president, Mrs. Arne FendeJa; second vice president. Mrs. George Stevens; recording secretary'. Mrs. Robert B r a d ing: corresponding secretary. Mrs. William Esposito: treasu rer. Mrs. Jam es O'Brien, histo nan. Mrs. Theodore Schilling.

Tvedt were Vice Presidents William M. Einreinhofer. May Mayor of Rutherford, Thomas A. Johnson of Lyndhurst. Will­ iam C. Hettenbach and Robert Van Iderstinc of Bloomfield: Council Commissioner Thomas A. Walsh of Bloomfield: Treas urer Charles E. Clare of Ruth irrord: District Chairman for licrgcn, Robert Curry of Lynd­ hurst and District Chairman for Essex, Lester A. Harmon. Jr . (,f Bloomfield.

Walter W. Andrews, Carlstadt. Jam es M. Becker. North Arling ton. R. Edmund Bello. Carlst idt Frank Donovan. Lyndhurst. Frank Errico, Rutherford. Mor ton D. G<*]id North Arlington. Charles J . Halk. Lyndhurst. C-eorge A. Koteen, George Man dich, William B Mayrer. and Gavin R. McCoach. Rutherford. Jam es Miriana, Lyndhurst, E li wood S. New. Rutherford. Will I . Staehle. Rutherford. Jack J. Terkmrttz. Rutherford, and Howard Vanden Heuvel. Lynd­ hurst. Tamarack is a member ug ency of the Bergen County Uni ted Fund. Bloomfield United Fund. Rutherford Community Cliest and the United C imin unity Fund of Essex and West Hudson

T r mu rack's representatives lo the National Council will be President Tvedt. Vice President Iic'tenbach and Past President Ko'een. Honorary Vice Presi­ dents are Senator Fairleigh S. Dickinson and Barton L. Jenks. Local men elected to the Board in addition to the officers are

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Baseball Club Splits Pair The Lyndhurst Baseball Cluo ctpened its Metropolitan League baseball season b\ splitting .t pair of games over the holiday weekend. On Friday night. May 29. t lv I yndhurst nine defeated th Hewgenfield Teamsters by a score of 7 2. Tom Longo al though not at his best. survive! some rough going due to fine outfield play by Jim Gash and La rry Sparta. The Lyndhurst nine, led by

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Lyndhurst eked out a 3 to 2 win over Garfield Friday to gain at least a tie for the title of the Passaic Valley Confer ence. This gave Lyndhurst the title .«i\ years running. On Saturday night C o a c h Frank Ruggiero showed that Lyndhurst will be a power next year also when his junior ace. Tony Lembo. let Rutherford

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PRESS

F\GE THIRTEEN

Recreation News

Jam es Guida. faculty mem her of Lyndhurst High School, will direct the damp again this year. Camp will open Ju ly 6 and close August 14. Buses will pick up children at usual stops. Activities will include trips to the zoo. swimming and picnics

& Jim 's, won 1. lost 3; Cathe rine’s Beauty Shop, won 1. lost I and Hess, won 0. lost 4. The 4th of Jlly Committee will meet at the Parks Depart Still anotlter veteran has re incut office June 5 at 8 p.m. tired. Plans are underway for a full Police Captain Jam es Bogle day of fun on the 4th of J u 1y I.ce force on Monday. He had the Old Timers at Bergen Coun st rved 38 years. ty Park in the morning. Tlier*■ Appointed by his brother. M i will be track and field even's \or Horace R. Bogle Sr. on Jan. for boys and girls at the high II. 1932. he was elevated to lieu school field in the afternoon. \ tenant and captain on Jan. 10. professional circus will be at 1944. the high school field at 6 p.m. Bogle has been credited w ith and a fireworks display at Ma the slaying of Charles Hill. 715 rn Oval. Monroe St.. who had murdered Women's Summer Bowling Patrolman Thomas Albino on League started May 28 at Ar Aug. 5. 1949. when Albino and

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Day Camp Registration will be held Saturdays, 8 a.m. to noon, at the Parks Department. 250 Cleveland Avenue. Child ren must be 5 years of age on or bbefore June 30 In order to A total of 35 hits was realized. be eligible for camp. All 5-yearHackensack getting 20 hits and olds must bring their birth cer tificates when registering. Lyndhurst 15. There is a $1 registration fee to cover insurance costs.

A u g u st D eRosa A m ong Rutgers G ra d u a te s

G a r fie ld

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at Darlington Park, supervised. mini-bike riding, bowling, roll er skating, golf, sewing, arts ar.d crafts, softball, baseball, special days such as Christmas in July, annual staff ball game Parks Dept. vs. Day Camp Staff - and the closing musi cale starring the Day C a m p children. Registration forms will be given out in all Lynd­ hurst schools' this week. Girl s Softball League stand ir.gs to date are: Emd & Worn an s Club, won 4. lost 0 ; Prim e­ ra no Builders, won 3. lost 0: Parks Dept., won 4. lost 1; Em b.'em Club, won 2. lost 2: Mod cm Realty, won 1. lost 2; Nina

lington Lanes with 50 women participating. Identifiiatiion cards for L.vmi hurst Senior Citizens are avail able at the Parks Dept, office. 250 Cleveland Ave. To date 255 seniors have receiived cards

tU then Patrolmman Willia n Hrady were detailed to evict Hill by order of the cohstablc. Hill had refused to open t ie door and had killed Albino by snooting through the door a round 9:15 a.m. Police ringed the house ami Hill kept up a shooting duel with them from the house. It was Bogle who climbed up a ladder and shot Hill through the kitchen window.

Bogle, who lives at 308 Valley Brook Ave.. was graduated from Kearny High School. He and his wife have four sons. which allow them a discount in James. Robert., Artur and G i­ participating drug stores ' and rard. movie theaters. Dates of bus rides fo? Senior Bogle is an avid sportsman, Citizens will be announced in participating in both hunting this column at a later date. and fishing.

it and Mrs. August De Rosa of 633 5th Ave., Lyndhurst. gradu ates June 3 from Rutgers Uni versity with an A.B.. and a B.S. in Ceramic Science. On gradu at ion he w-as commissioned a second lieutenant in the U.S. A ir Force. De Rosa will study at the University of Florida for d Master's degree in Metallur gical and Materials Engineer in*.

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Little League by Tony Del Gaudio The North Arlington Major Little League officially started its second half oi the season with Rotary winning in the A American League and Forest H airy taking top position in the National League for the first

haJf. On May 11, the Senior L e a ­ gue officially opened its season with the Elks ball club leading as of M ay 29 with 4 wins and 1 k'ss. and in the National League the Kiwanis with a record of 3

wins and 1 loss. In the Minor League. P B A of the American is still maintain­ ing first place with 9 wins and 1 loss; in the National Minor League. Forest Dairy Is in top position with 8 wins and 2 loss­ es. As of May 29. in the Major League the top ten hitters, bas ed upon 20 or more times at bat, are: American L e a g u e (M ajor) — Tom Graziano. 625 Rotary: Jim O'Keefe. 567 Homelite: Jim McVey. 520 P HA: Joe Graziona, 500, Rotary:

LEADER

Lou' Chrome. 440 Ja ry 's Oil: R ib Haggan, 428, Douglas; Tom Degnan, 400. Homelite: Ken Foe. 393. Ja rv is Oil: Paul Lin del. 385. Ja rv is Oil and Greg Martin. 333. Green's.. In the National League (Maj or) the players are: Stringham. 571, Eagan's: Burke, 550. K of C; Drake, 533. Forest Dairy: Carr, 461, K of C: Gilson. 444, Forest Dairy; Dixon. 408. Grace Chargers; Hutchinson, 400, K of C ' Kocepeworiski. 387, Eag ans; Davies, 360. Lions, a n d Mattos. 350. Arlington Lanes.

PRESS

THURSDAY, JUNE 4,1970 N o rth A rlin g to n Ties For C o n fe re n c e

H. S. Baseball Team Overcomes When a high school baseball team embarks on an ambitious schedule that calls for almost daily games, it need a lot of pitcher. Or a coach with a lot of ima gination. Coach Frank Ruggiero of Lyndhurst has both imagination and resources. When he threw Ed Kraus a gainst Newton in the Section 2

title chase in New Jersey scho lastic baseball he threw h i s best. When Kraus failed Ruggie ro had to improvise. He called in Len DeRosa, a junior w h o had not pitched a game t h is year. DeRosa lasted seven innings. T.^en Ruggiero called in Russ Parkhurst. Parkhurst is a soph »more who had not pitched a game this year. °ark h urst survived the t e s t

and Lyndhurst won. How did the game go. Well, it was this kind of game. New­ ton scored eight runs in the second inning. Ruggiero got his heart back in place because Newton didn't score again. Lyndhurst scored one r^n in the first, put together seven in the seventh to tie it up and then put over the winning run in the eighth inning overtime. Ruggiero also pulls miracles.

Rich Carter pitched North Arlington: into a tie for th e North Jersey Conference title last Wednesday by two hitting Glen Ridge and striking out 16 in the process. The final score was North Ar 'ington 9. Glen Ridge 0. Ridgefield shared the top ho nors in the league with the Vik ings. Both teams finished with an 113 conference mark.

L IT T L E L E A G U E S T A N D IN G S

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by Dick Mirocco North Arlington Pharmacy Was knocked from the ranks of the unbeaten Sunday by vitue of a 9 5 loss to Global Tourist. They now have a record of 3-1. The Pharmacists got going in the first, getting two runs in that inning and two more in the third. The score was 4-3 into the fifth when Global got four to make it 7-4. They added two more in the seventh to put it out of reach, with the P h a r­ macists' final tally coming in the eighth. Will Celentano was the winning pitcher, and Ray Passanante took his first loss. ■Rie Magnificent Men pulled full game ahead of the Pharm a­ cy by trouncing the Campus, 207. Terry Gilmore was the big gun, poling his fifth home run of the season. He now has 1(7 in 22 games since the league's in­ ception. Jos Tosies and Rich Cody also had round trij|>pers and Nick DiGiamomi had 4 for 5 and three R B I's to help the at­

tack. Stan Krausse was the win­ ning pitcher. Graziano evened their record at 1-1. by downing Gallo's Meals, 9-7. Their attack was po­ tent, their defense tight, a n d their pitching good. Gallo's played well again in a losing cause. Bob Taylor had three hits and Pete Benedetto, A! Welker and Jim m y Benedetto each had two hits in a losing cause. Charlie Zarkos took the loss. The Jokers took on Tom and Sonny's and came out on top, 13 -11. John Kochenash and La rry Cross each had 4 for 5 and 2 R B I's and Nick Stepanenko had three hits to lead the attack. La rry Cross took the win. Next week: 11 a.m., Magnifi­ cent Men vs. Manzo, Gallo's Meats vs. The Campus. North Arlington Pharm acy vs. Fire Dept.; 1 p.m.. The Loners vs. The Jokers, Tom and Sonny's vs. Global Tourist.

Corner On Sports Times certainly change. The Kearny High School mile relay team of 1927, according to a fade^, yearbook which rests be­ neath these palsied hands, boasts about the 'world record' established by the Kardinal quartet. The time was 3:31 and two-fifths seconds. Jimmy Nolan, one of the best of the interscholastlc runners of the time, anchored that great relay team. But it is startling to realize that the champions of 1927 would have been beaten by about eight seconds by the Lin­ coln team that captured th e Group II relay in North Berg­ en last Saturday. Lincoln, of course, has one of ♦he best scholastic mile relay team s in the country. But in W27 the Kearny team was also considered one of the finest in the country. The fact is in the group III race Kearny's 1927 team would have finished eight seconds be­ hind Englewood's classy quar­ tet. And in the Group IV, t h e Kearny champions would have lost to Ridgewood by about three seconds. In the Parochial A mile re­ lay Seton Hall would have put earny away (1927) by six sec­ onds and in the Parochial B Paramus Catholic would have won by about two seconds. IS IT THE FOOD? Are Americans eating better, living differently, training un­ der new formula or what? On the college tracks th e times are so much better they are startling. Last Saturday, Marty Liquori ran under four minutes f or the mile which seemed great. Yet out west four runners coasted in under four minutes in a mile there. The answer probably lies in track preparation. The boys are running in many instances on plastic which gives t h e m greater lift and buoyancy. That doesn't explain the North Bergen results. The track there is of cinders. However, it is well kept. The mental attitude Is one big reason for the better per­ formances. Ahtletes know that ♦hey can do better and better and go out to try to do so. The mental barrier was one of the handicaps that kept the miler from breaking four minutes. Once it was accomplished doz­ ens began running under four minutes. The big mystery, however, is why the black athletes are dominating the-sprints. The Englewood team that set the new mile record for Group III was composed of four blacks. When Jimmy Nolan and his Kearny mates were smashing records there were but a scat­ tering of black competitors. DOTTIES All kinds of benefits in be­ ing a champ.... Willis Reed's basketbball camp in Cornwallon-the Hudson is filled up al­

ready.... Les Cason, the East Rutherford ace, has spent some summers at the camp.... Class will tell. Jimmy LaRusso, the Lyndhurst lad who was chosen an All-American while on the Monmouth College baseball team, went 1 for 20 in his first times at bat for the Class A Florida State League but within a short time, Jimmy, al­ ways noted as a hitter, had lift­ ed his average to .314.... The best of any Bergen County boy playing in professional ball.... And the strike out leader of the New Jerseyans remained Al Dawson of Lyndhurst, who struck out 69 while winning four gam es and losing one.... In 19 innings pitched Warren Bogle, another Lyndhurst lad, has struck out eight for Des Moines in the American Association.... Dick Zisk, the big boy f r o m Parsippany, is batting .247 for Waterbury in the E a s t e r n League but has five homers.... Larry Pyle of Mt. Tabor, try­ ing to make it with the Yanks, is batting only .232.... Talk about collapses.... George Tonner of Kearny qualified for th e finals of the Bergen County Golden Pins bowling tourna­ ment with a 641 — and in the finals he could only muster up 851. Got off to a 177 game and couldn't get untracked af­ ter that.... Ramsey followed Lyndhurst out of the Greater Newark Baseball Tournament by losing 4 to 1 to Seton Hall.... MORE DOTTIES Garrabrant Alyea, grandpop of Brant Alyea, outfielder for the Minnesota clouters, once managed the Criterion Theater, Rutherford.... That's right. Cri­ terion Theater — It was on Ames Avenue.... Ridgewood Jim Bouton's upcoming book "My Love Hate Affair with Baseball" is one of the hairiest bits of sports literature to show up in a long tim e.... Some of th e horsing around: the boys made I'ke pansies in their baseball un­ derwears.... Then they started fake kissing each other on the backs of their hands... T h e n they kissed on the lips.... T h e players had better start clipping those long locks or folks are really going to be suspicous.... The managers don't come off too well with Jim .... And h i s story of the way the Yankees spent their nights on hotel roof­ tops looking into windows of un­ suspecting guests will also shock some folks... His report on players' use of pills is also shocking.... Joey Abate of Lynd­ hurst has come into his own playing with Seton Hall in the College World Series... Lad has been batting feeroshushly.... Jo­ ey is accustomed to playing with the champions.... He was a star in Little League, in high school where Lyndhurst won title after title and with the Arrerican Legion.... Ownie Car­ roll, Seton Hall coach, is high on Abate who “h as been playing a whale of a game at second base.

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three in the fifth and two more in the seventh.. Three North Arlington players were selected for the N o r t h Jersey Conference Coaches’ all star team. First team selections f r o m North Arlington are Rich Cart­ er, Rich Bryan and Jim Cerminaro, a sophomore second base man. ' Also on the N JC dream team is outfielder Mike Wyka of Wall ington and pitcher Brian Met calfe of Wood-Ridge. Carter’s credentials are im ­ pressive. He has two no-hitters to his credit and owns a record of 8-3 through games played the past week. The big right hander, headed for Lafayette College in the fall, has an earn ed run average of 0.53.

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By GRACE STANTON The North Arlington Connie Mack Team opened the season Sunday, M ay 31. with a heart breaking 7 — 6 lose to Guttenberg. The game, plaved at Gut tenburg’s North Hudson Park was sparked by Bill Connolly and Glen Sage who delivered 3 out of Four hits. Dick Reid’s home run and the base hits of Kevin Lewis. Vinnie Russo, and J>ob Caswell gave North Arling ton a 2-run edge in the fifth inn ing. but the pitching and hitting of Guttenburg’s Bob Tholen proved too much to combat. North Arlington led the seventh inning with a score of 6-5. but a surprise hit by Gutten burg’s Jo e Potente brought in 2 runs and wrapped up the game with a m ere 1-run edge.

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Behind the pitching of Tony Riposta and the hitting of Vin Russo and B ill Patemo. Queen ot Peace High School ended its baseball season on a high note* last night, dumping Harrison. 6 A sad event occurred last 3. at Kennedy Stadium. week to Joan Qualtieri, mana­ Paterno’s double and Russo’s ger of Melrose. H er house pet. s-ngle drove in the first tw o a cat. was struck by a car, and Queensmen runs in the second. slie was unable to obtain the Russo drove in a run with a needed medical attention to sacrifice fly. and Paterno save her pet's life. She called doubled and later stole home for every nearby veterinarian, in­ cluding the emergency number listed by a local vet. with no answer. Even the police tried, and they. too. were unable to obtain a vet for her. Her pet. perhaps, with help could have lived. Are people so callous that a helpless animal means noth ing?

This year’s squad, under the management of Ed Czerminski and John Stanton, consists of Don Albanese. Jim Babai. John Babai, Bob Caswell. Jim Cer minaro. Fritz Cobb. B^ll Con nolly. Gary Costa. Ed Czermin ski. John Finnerty. Kevin Lewis Kevin McVey. Dick Reid. Vin nie Russo. Glen Sage. Bryan Smith, and H arry Walker. The team’s next games, sched uled for June 6th and 7th. will be played away with North Arl ington facing Fairview at 5:30 p. m. Saturday. Sunday’s opp onent will be Moonachie at 2 p. m Next week, this column will introduce a regular feature of profiles of North Arlington Con nie Mack players.

Just as it seemed Lyndhurst was to break the Greater New ark baseball tournament jinx last Wednesday the Bears flub bed an opportunity — and lost 6 to 5 to top-seeded Union. Although Lyndhurst outhit Umon 12 to 5 the locals had trou ble pushing across run§. In the final inning Lyndhurst really drove — but when the typing ran was thrown out at the plate Lyndhurst lost the heartbreaker. Lyndhurst (15-5) trailed 6 2 going into the bottom of the seventh inning before it erup led for three runs. A double by John Belinsky, a walk to Joe Intindola and a single by Tony Lembo filled the bases. Steve Thorne made the score

Un^on. outhit by Lyndhurst 12■i. took a 4ft lead in the third in­ ning on an error, two walks and a grand slam homer by Garv Collins, youngest son of former New York Yankee star Joe Col litis. Lyndhurst scored twice in the 4th on ran scoring hits by Thorne and Carlozzi. but Union added single tallies in the fifth and seventh innings.

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the two Queen of Peace fourth inning scores. Riposta went the distance to even his record at 44. The sen ior righthander struck out 11 and issued only one pass. All Harrison tallies came on home Brazzel was the North Arling l-uns as Joe Correnti blasted one ton only first placer. in the second and losing pitcher Glen Ridge ran away with the Ken Knudson cracked one with meet. n mate aboard in the fifth. Queen of Peace ended at 7 7. Brazzel chalked up a second Ssiurdav comoetina in the North Jersey games' at North Bergen Saturday in the Group D r iv e C a r e f u lly 11 competition.

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Rain and wet grounds forced the third week of the season for Pat Carucci's Town Softball League. The young Cobras proved 14 to 2 losers in their first encoun ter with 1969 pennant winning Valley Brook Liquors. B ill Messing and Pete Cagnacci di­ vided the pitching chores, hold ing the Cobras to 2 hits, while Messing chalked up the win. Bob Pecorado and Bob Goias .were victims of a 17-hit assault Jim Lafoon with 3 hits, Frank Mauro. M at Tamara, Jo e Rizzo, Pete Cagnacci and B ill Messing each a pair led the assault. Frank Spero hit for the circuit. Fo r the Cobras, Bob Goias drove in a run with a triple and scored the other marker on an errant toss to the plate. Gerrity's Lounge jumped off to one run lead in the first in­ ning on consecutive singles by Mike Lamprecht, Ken Larson and Hank Source. Dave Rickert took over the mound duties for Maschio’s in the 2nd, and held the 1969 town champs in check the rest of the way. Dan Rickeit singled Ron Segal across in the 4th to tie the count. All hell broke loose in the 5th when 4 its combined with 3 infield misplays sent 4 more runs scampering to pay dirt. Gerrity's pushed a runner acorss in the 7th, but Dave Rickert, with 2 runners on base, set the last 2 hitters down in easy fashion. Charlie Knitchel and Dave R ick­ ert held Gerrity’s to 6 hits, as Rickert turned in his 3rd win in 2 postponements in this,

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The only solution here that I have to offer is to have you go to a cut rate drug store with your prescription. You will find a vast difference between the two costs. A Patient To Whom it M ay Concern: I am writing this letter on be­ half of the American Legion Auxiliary Post 1139. Lyndhurst. On the past Sunday morning, one of our Post members was denied a space in front of a lo cal church because he didn't call that church for permission to stand with the poppy can of to American Legion. I realize that we should have talked to someone at this church about standing with the poppy contain er. but really, this is not nec essarv since we did obtain a permit from our local T o w n Hall and the sidewalk outside of this church does not belong to the pastor of the church. It does be long to the Town or by the parishioners who paid their fair share in the collection plate as I do. At this church the Sunday before it seems strange the pas tor let the students collecting for drug prevention to occupy the » m e center of the church doors that our Veteran member wanted to stand this past Sun­ day. Which is more importantour veterans in the East Or ange Hospital or the children who don't know any different on the Dope Problem? Being sis-a ter of a World W ar I I veteran. I think the veteran is more im portant as he is a patient at the V.A. Hospital, not by choice but by pride in serving his coun try. Please publish this letter to give some people food for thought about our veterans. .................... Auxiliary Member

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LETTERS™™ EDITOR l>ear Editor: Alas, we hear through t h e rudio that our Federal Govern rnent in Washington is about to crack down in Medicare costs. These include hospital and me dicai fees. Little wonder do we think why hospital insurance has been forced to increase the premium rates. It was only a few years ago when a person paid but $3 to visit their doctor and $5 for a doctor’s visit to the patient s house. but today this same patient must pay his or her doctor $8 for a visit to hit* office and $10 for a house vv is* provided you can get a doctor to come to your house. Doctors today want you to come to their office or visit you at your hospital. The writer is a senior citizen and had occa sion to use Medicare costs. His doctor, when visiting in th e morning, would just say hello and leave the hospital room within a few seconds. Who is responsible for these increased 2costs? The writer claims it i the American Medical Associa t:on who sets doctors fees and the public must thereby suffer. Drug store prescriptions a! ) so are at a high cost and in many cases prohibitive..

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"Everything You A l w a y s These and thousands of addi Wanted To Know About Sex." tional books arc at your dispo the current best seller by David sal M the Lyndhurst FREE Reuben is on the shelves of the F-ublic Library. To the Editor. At last police commissioner local library, according to an and Mayor Peter Russo unfcid announcement coday. M t. St. V incen t ed his new police program at This book attempts to capital A w a rd s R e c e iv e d the meeting of the town com i/e on the current rage abou*, missioncrs Tuesday evening. explicit sex. However, it is a Commencement E*ercjs«n M ay 27. 1970. As a sponsor for wee bit behind the times. When were held May 23 at the Coll civil service coverage for the Ja y Gould died they found in ege of Mount Saint Vincent on members of our Lyndhurst pol­ the- millionaire’s library a five Hudson in Riverdale. New York ice department and some other volume set on nymphomania. and the following local students n*un'c:pal departments. I would Probably could have taught Reu received their decrees: like to remind Mr. Russo and ben a thing or two. Monica Shultz, daughter of his three action commission Also among the new books is Mr. John Shultz. 74 Sunset Ave.. ers. namely Commissioners Ca rucci. Gash and Janowski. that "Tcm Seaver and the Mets" by North Arlington, a B.A. degree. the new appointments to the Seaver. "This Fabulous Centu Latin major. I'olice departmennt. as well as t y " by the editors of Tims Mrs. Judith Nash, daughter of s'nne promotions made in the Life: “ New Jersey Road Maps Mr. and Mrs . Edward O'Mara. police department, are subject of the 18th Century.'' 6;'4 Sixth Ave., Lyndhurst. f a competitive civil servic? examination should the voters Another non-fiction book stir decide at the General Election ring up comment is "U p The Nov. 3. 1970. to adoot civil ser­ Organization' by Robert Town vice coverage for their munici send. pal employees.

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It is apparent from the pro motions made by Mayor Russo that the detective bureau will be loaded with lieutenants and a captain. Furthermore. on June 1. 1970. when this tempor any program goes into effect, it will make the Lyndhurst P<* lice Dept, the most expensive to operate in its history. Little consideration was giv ( ii by Police Commissioner Rus so to the returning Vietnam war veterans when making his new police appointments. This prac lice of rewarding political fav oi ites or using the spoil system will be abolished should the von ers of Lyndhurst adopt civil ser v ce coverage as the petitions for the question of civil service were filed in March .1970 and Russo can only, under the civil service law. make temporary appointments subject to the adoption or rejection, of civil ser vice coverage at the General E lcction. Millard E . Vanner.

F e lic ia n C o lle g e C o e d s A t Sem inar Four coeds from Felician Col loge will participate in an anti subversive seminar in Washing ton. D. C.. June 12 15. Roseann Fargo. 46 Edstan Drive. Moonachie: Peggy Me Can. 58 Melody Hill Road. Clifton: Alice Osowiecky. 42 At k:ns Terrace. East Rutherford, ana Norma W ill*. 126 Washing ton Place, Hasbrouck Heights were awarded full scholarships by the Christian Anti-Comm ur.ism Crusade and Citizens Committee.

30th For R a v e ttin es Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ravettine. 81 Clinton place. East Ruther ford, will observe their 30th wedding anniversary Tuesday. They have a daughter. Mrs. Dobert (Patricia) Deleasa. par er* of Robert of Carlstadt; and four sons. Louis, teacher in Lin coin School. David. Peter and Edward. Mrs. Ravettine. the former Palm a Quaglieri. is a past president of the East Ruth erford High School Parents As sociation.

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Æ Church Services North Arlington QUEEN OF PEACE CHURCH North Arlington, N.J. Very Rev. Msgr. Thomas J. Touhy, Pastor Rev. Joseph M. Quinlan Rev. Joseph J. Laudati Rev. Jam es J. Brady Rectory — 10 Franklin Place, 991 7660 Convent — 18, Franklin Place, 997 2141 Christian Brothers Faculty House — 200 Ridge Road, 991 0235 MASSES — Saturday: 7:30 p.m. (those who attend fulfill Sunday obliga­ tion) BOSTON — The Christian Science Church Center now rifting in Boston's Bark Bay will provide a focal point 10:30 for new and existing church buildings surrounded by the changing metropolitan skyline. Thousands of Sunday: 6:30, 7:30, 9, a.m ., 12 noon, and 5:30 p.m., Christian Scientists from around the world are meeting this week at The Mother Church (left) while con­ traction moves forward on the project designed for The First Church of Christ, Scientist, by I. M. l*ei and in the church Partners. A new Sunday School (foreground i, a 26->tory Administration Building (under cranes at far right), 9, 10:30 a.m. and 12 noon i° and a five-story Colonnade Building adjoining The Christian Science Publishing Society headquarters (be­ the auditorium. yond church tower) will be reflected in a pool on the central plaza, which has been built over an underground garage. On the perimeter of the Church (.enter many high-rice apartments and office buiidiugs are planned Eve of Holy Days: 7:30 p.m. or are in progress under private development. (those attending fulfill Holy Day obligation) __ ______________________________________________ ____________________________________________ Baptisms — Every Sunday at 2 p.m. (Obtain form at Rec Schiffman of Brooklyn; two sis A retired mason. Mr. MauruIN M EM O R IA M tory one week in advance). ters. Mrs. Morris Sussman of shat was a life member of the D E F R IN O — Joseph Paul. Other times by appointment. Flushing. L. I. and Mrs. Abe Brick Layers Union. A native of died 8 years ago June 11. 1962 Marriages — Should be arrang Huzal of Brooklyn; a brother, Germany, he had lived in Carl- Our hearts do ache with sad ed with the Priest at least 2 Isadore Geisler of Philadelphia, stadt 15 years. He was the husness. months in advance. Penna. four grandchildren, sev- band of the late former Sophie (>|r eycs shed many a tear en great-chiklren and several Melchier. God akme knmvs how we miss CONFESSIONS — nephews and nieces. Services at Surviving are a daughter. you Saturdays and evening of 1 p. m. June 2 at the Louis Sub Mrs. Michael Foster of Carl’ . Holy Days and First Fri­ F As it dawns another year. urban Chapel, F a ir Lawn were stadt; a grandson and two great days, 4-5:30 p.m., and eve­ Sadly missed. conducted by Rabbi Stanley grandchildren. nings after Mass.

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William J . Shields of 94 Sun­ set avenue. North Arlington, died May 25 at West Hudson Hos pita). Kearny. He was 73. Born in Scotland. M r. Shields THR LORD'S DAY came to this country in 1928. ♦•45 a.m . MMa School He settled’in Kearny and lived 11 a.m . - Morning Warship, in Newark before moving to Youth Fellowship North Arlington 20 years ago. 7 p.m. Evangelistic Service He was employed as a steel Wednesday — worker for Driver Harris Co.. I p.m. Hour of Blessing Harrison for 33 years until he retired eight years ago. LYNDHURST HEBREW He leaves two brothers. Den­ CENTER nis of North Arlington and Dr. 333 Valley Brook Avenue, be­ thony Shields in Scotland: and tween Ridge Rd. & Stuyvesant two sisters, the Misses Winifred Ave., Lyndhurst and Catherine Shields, both in Rev. David Brown, Canter Scotland. The funeral was last Thurs Study: 43S-9H2 day from the John D. Crane and Home: 9350744 Sons Funeral Home. 241 K eam v avenue. Kearny, with a H i g h LATTER DAY SAINTS OF Mass of Requiem in Our Lady OUR LADY OF MT. CARMEL JESUS CHRIST Queen of Peace Church. InA. E. Starks, Pasfar PARISH terment was in Arlington Cem Church — 149 Copeland Avenue Services Every Sunday at the Adanlram Masonic Temple, etery. near Riverside Avenue

Rectory — 197 Kingsland Ave., at Willow Avenue Phone: 935-1177 Rev. Edward J. Hayes, Pastor Rev. Henry Naddeo, Aslstant MASSES Saturday: 7:30 p.m. (ttvne who attend fulfill Sunday obligalion) Sunday: 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12:00 Weekdays, 7:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. CONFESSIONS Saturdays and Evenings of Holydays, 3-4 and 7-8 p.m. -ru .i . . c ir .t FriFri Thursday before First day, 7 to 8 p.m. First Friday before Mass BAPTISMS — Sunday at 2 p.m. by appoint­ ment MARRIAGES At the Rectory as soon as possible NOVENAS— Miraculous Medal Monday 7:30 p.m. St. Anthony Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION Wednesday. 3:15 p.m.

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Mrs. Stella Kulish Winach. 74, of 528 Weart avenue. Lyndhurst. died M ay 29, at St. Vincent's * Travars PI Hospital. Montclair. Rev. Ernest G. Lindner, Paster Mrs. Winach would have cele­ Office: 295 Travers Place brated her 75th birthday the fol­ Phone: »39-2134 lowing day. Bom in Poland, she 9:15 & 11:45 Worship Services came to the United States as a 9:15 a.m. Sunday School child. She lived in Harrison before moving to Lyndhurst 10 years ago. She was a member LYNDHURST UNITED of St. Michael's R.. C. Church, METHODIST CHURCH Lyndhurst. and rTontineBAves. 'Stuyvesant ' Surviving are a son Bernard Rev. Norman Smith, Pastor Podsiad of Lyndhurst: two 307 Tontine Ave. 43M9J8 daughters. Mrs. Estelle McCor SUNDAY mick of Washington, D. C. and 9:15 a.m. Youth Choir Mrs. Rene Moeck of Upper 9:45 a.m. Church School Montclair: eight grand -children 11 a.m. Divine Worship (First Sunday — Holy Com­ a-’d five great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held munion) ye-sterday at the Piasecki Fun7 p.m. Senior UMYF eral Home. Harrison. ’ MONDAY — Mrs. Winach was a member 7:15 p.m. Junior High UMYF of the Polish National Alliance, 4th MONDAY — 8 p.m. Parents of Teenagers Group 2676. and the Polish Women's Political Club of Harri 1st TUESDAY -

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ST MICHAEL'S R.C. CHURCH Ridge Read A Page Avenue Rev. Ladislaus J. Wllciewskl, Pastor Fr. Anthony F. Bogdilewlci Fr. Martin Silver Sunday Masses: 7:M, 8:80, 9:88, 10:00, 11:3« Weekday Masses: 7:88, 7:38, 8:00

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST E. Pierrepont A Lincoln Avas. Rutherford, New Jersey B r a n c h of th a M o th er C h u r S h . T h a F ir a t C h u r c h of C h ir s t S c ie n t is t , of B o sto n . M ass. S u n d a y S e r v ic e s a t 11:00 A .M . W e d n e sd a y E v e n in g M eetin g a t » 1 5 o 'clo ck a t w ic h te stim o n ie a of C h r is t ia n S c ie n c e h e a lin g a r e g iven R e a d in g Room a t 5 S ta tio n S q u a re open e ffe c tiv e A p ril 1 . M onday th ro u g h S a t u r d a y , 11 a .m . ot 4 p .m . C lo sed legal h o lid a y s.

Man's search for a " f i r s t cause” leads to both scientific and spiritual answers included in the Lesson Sermon to be read in ail Christian Science church­ es this Sunday. Entitled "God the Only Cause and Creator," the Lesson-Sermon quotes from the pro phet Isaiah: "A s the earth bringeth forth her bud. and as the garden causeth the things that are sown in it to spring forth, so the Lord God w ill cause righteousness and praise to spring forth before all the ra tio n s" The words and healing works of Christ Jesus are cited in these words from Science and Health with K ey to the Scrip tures by M ary Baker Eddy: "Ph ysical causation was put aside from first to last by this original man. Jesus. He knew that the divine Principle. Love. creates and governs all that is real.” The public is invited to at­ tend services beginning at 11 a m. at First Church of Christ Scientist. E . Pierrpont L i ncoln Aves.. Rutherford. t

7:30 p.m. Council on Minis­ tries 2nd TUESDAY — 7:30 p.m. Church School Board WEDNESDAY — 7:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal 1st THURSDAY — Women's Society of Christian Service 2nd & 4th THURSDAY — 8 p.m. The Graduates 3rd THURSDAY — 1 p.m. Mothers & Pre-School Children 3rd SATURDAY 7 p.m. 3-F

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Floyd H. Van Nortwick. 63. Funeral services for Mrs. of 114 Court Ave.. Lyndhurst. M ary Louise Baker, 519 Eighth died June 1 at St. M ary’s Hos­ sireet. Carlstadt, were held pital. Passaic. June 1 at the Kohler Funeral Mr. Van Nortwick. a native Home. Wood-Ridge. Mrs. Baker of Rutherford, had lived in resident of Carlstadt for 29 I yndhurst 30 years. He «recent­ years,^Vas with Gimbles, Para ly retired as president of Van’s mus. She was a native of Nash Fuel Oil and Service and was ville, Tenn. active in sports in Rutherford Her survivors include her and Lyndhurst. husband, Joseph J. ; a son Jo ‘ Surviving are his wife. the seph M. at home; two daugh former Marie Hauck; two sons, ters. Christine, at home, and Richard of Clifton and Floyd W. ark previously. He was a real Mrs. W i n s t o n Bulmer of of Wayne; four grandchildren, estate operator until his retire­ Clifton; her mother, two sisters an
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son Lodge No. 42. Brith Abrar ()|( m u m o R IA M ham. Paterson. Funeral services were held Eileen Woelber Brown — He is survived by his wife. M ay 29 for Adolph Maurushat. j une 30. 1922 — June 10. 1963. the former Tessie Platt, two 85, of 332 Ninth street. Carlstadt Mother of Karen and Karla daughters, MMarjorie Liss o who died M ay 26 at St.. M ary's Iirejwn.. Lyndhurst High School Lyndhurst and Mrs. Samuel Hospital, Passaic. c |ass ()f January. 1940.

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BILTMORE PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE 119 Biltmore Street, North Arlington, N. J. Telephone 998 9019 SERVICES Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. Prayer, Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Mid week Service, Thursday 7:30 p.m. Rev. Joseph Lattell ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Sunset Avenue and York Road North Arlington, N.J. The Rev. Frederick C. Fox, III, Priest in Charge Office Phone: 991-7252 Rcctory Phone: 991-3137

tast Rutherford CHRIST Methodist Church The Rev. Hae-Jong Kim, Pastor THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF CARLSTADT 457 Division Ave. 438 5526 Rev. William G. Doxsey 9:15 a.m. Church School 11 a.m. Divine Worship Youth Meetings — Sunday Evening.

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GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH 233 Ridge Road, North Arlington Pastor, Charles M. L. Oberkehr 213 Ridge Road Church Phone: 991-2813 Parsonage: 998-7140. Sunday School — 9 a.m. Services — 9 and 10:31 a.m. Luther League: 2nd and 4th day of month, 7 p.m. Alpha Omega: 4th Monday o'. month, 8 p.m. Men's Club: 1st Monday of the month, 8 p.m. Church Council: 2nd Monday of the month, 8 p.m. Church Bowling League: Every Tuesday, 8:30 p.m. '.adies Guild: 3rd Wednesday c* the month, 8 p.m. Pre-Confirmation Class: E a c h Wednesday, 3:30 p.m. Confirmation Class: Each Thursday, 7 p.m. Senier Choir: Each Thursday at 8 p.m. Church Social Club: 3rd Satur day F IR S T P R E S B Y T E K l/ i* CHURCH O F NORTH ARLIN GTO N Henry C. Kreutzer, Pastor

Ridge Road & Ilford Avenue Phone: 991-3464

Herman Walter Single, son of Mrs. Herman A. (M arie) Single cf 540 Prospect Place. Lynd1urst. and the late Mr.. Single, received his A-B. degree from Ilutgcrs. the State University, New Brunswick, on June 3. Young Single majored in Ger­ man and studied Political Sci­ ence three years. He plans to cnnlinuc studies in International Law. An honor students at Lynd hr. st High School. Single also hmaintained high scholastic standing throughout is college Ci.reer. He was captain of te Putgers Fencing Team and a member of Delta Kappa Epsi Ion Fraternity.

SUND AY. JU N E 7 Worship Services 9 & 11 a.m. Communion Sunday C ite d For ! 5 Y ears Child Care at 9 a. m. only Mr. Walter H. Young of 580 Meditation: ‘Refreshment Ntw Jersey avenue. Lyndhurst. that Satisfies’ will be receiving the congratu­ Thursday. June 4 Choir rehearsals: Wesley 4:30 lations of the Managers, Offic­ ers and Staff of the Howard Sav p.m., Chancel 8 p.m.. ings Institution on June 7th, the Friday. June 5 — 7 p.m. Session meeting to re occasion of his 15th Anniversary uith the Institution. ceive new members. Mr. Young is an Administra­ Tuesday. June 9 — Douglas Kevin Berry, son of tive Assistant in the Mortgage 7:30 p.m. Deacons meeting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berry of 8 p.m. St warshipoOnmeetti Procurement Department. 258 River Road. North Arling ton. received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Rutgers Uni­ versity, New Brunswick. on B U R K June 3. He was not present to accept the award as he has already reported for Aviation F u n e ra l H o m e Officer Training at the N a v a 1 A ir Station in Pensacola. Flor ida. Douglas majored in Geo graphy and is a member of Del Jo h n L. Burk — Paul Konarski ta Kappa Epsilon fraternity. His training will be completed after 52 R id g e Road Lyndhurst, N . J . a four-year period and he hopes to become a commercial flight 939-0490 pilot.

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period to be observed at the yhlandt street. East Rutherford N ich o la s Palm a residence. 338 Valley Brook d,ed at his home M ay 30. " IC n O la s U e r a l m a avenue, Mr. Bishop was a retired em _ _ _ — ployee of the Sun Co. of East Rutherford. He worked at the company for 14 years before his Albert J . Nicol, 49, of 203 retirement in 1958. He and his Court Ave.. Lyndhurst. died sud wife, Mary, celebrated their dently M ay 25 at home. 49th wedding anniversary in Oct Bom in Jersey City, he had ofcer, 1969. lived in Lyndhurst for 35 In addition to his wife, he is years.. He was employed as a survived by two sons WiMiam dispatcher for the -Gemcraft Ringwood and Charles Jr .. who Corp.. Totowa. He was a vet is an assistant East Rutherford eran ° f the army, having serv fire chief; a daughter. Mrs. Jo ­ ed in World War I I and a mem seph Cronk of Boonton; two ber of the United Furniture stepsons. Joseph and George Workers Union of New York, Sjwift, both of East Rutherford; He is survived by his w i f e, a stepdaughter, Mrs. William the former Mildred Gravatt: Wybei of Wanaque and nine and his mother. Mrs. H e l e n grandchildren. Flam are Nicol of Lakewood, Funeral sen,-ices were held May 29 from the Burk Funeral Home. Lyndhurst. Mrs. Tillie Lesnowicz. 82, of Nicholas V. DePalma. Jr .. 505 Tenth street. Carlstadt. died son of Mrs. DePalma of 32 A at her home M ay 30. Riverview Gardens. Nortth Ar Bom in Poland, she came to the lington, and the late Mr. De Miss Henrietta Strangfeld. 171 m innq She Palm a, earned his A.B. from Fern avenue. Lyndhurst, died moved to Carlstadt 55 yeas ago Rutgers, the state University. May 30 at home after a year She was a parish oner of St. Jo ­ New Brunswick. Nicholas is long illness. Arlington seph's R. C. Church. East R u ­ graduate of North Bom in Lindenhurst. N. Y. therford. H er husband. Casyn. High School. she moved to Lyndhurst 49 died in 1965. years ago. She was a graduate Surviving are five daughters. D ouglas B e rry W in s of Ohio Wesleyan University Mrs. Carl Swanson of F a ir D eg ree A t Rutgers and Wellesley College. P rior to banks. Alaska. Mrs. Steve Barretirement in 1954, she was the bire and Mrs. Anthony Jiovenhead of the physical education etta. both of Carlstadt, Mrs. department of Packer colle Forest Webb of Des Moines, piate Institute. Brooklyn, for 40 ^ and Mrs years. of East Rutherford: two sons, She is survived by a sister. Michael at home and Edward J. Miss Christine Strangfeld of of Temple City, Calif..; 12 grand Lyndhurst.. children and 11 g r e a t - g r a n d ­ Funeral services were held children. Wednesday at the Steever Fun Funeral services were held crai Home. Burial was in Lin yesterday at Kohler Funeral den Hill Methodist Cemetery. Home. Wood-Ridge. Brooklyn.

Church. Lyndhurst. and a mem ber of the church's Rosary Society. Her husband. John, died in 1932. and a son Dr. Howard T. Mahoney died three years REED MEMORIAL UNITED ago. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Surviving are two daughters. 281 Stuyvesant Avenue Mrs. Frank Jeckel of Berkley Lyndhurst, N. J. Heights and Mrs. Leo Reilly of Church telephone: 438-7M7 Lyndhurst: two grandchildren: Sunday. June 7 — and a sister. Mrs. William Cant 9:45 a.m. Bible School classes weu
WESTMINSTER UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Tha Rev. Lee R. Bundgus Ridge Raad and Paga Avenue Telephone: 939-79» Church going families are hap plar families. SUNDAY SERVICES Worship Services 9:38 end 11 a.m. Church School, 9:38 a.m. far all ages t p.m. Youth Fellowship

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state’s sewage, about 200 mil lion gallons per day. In other action, Thomas Lit/, irio, PVSC chairman, said yes terday a meeting between the commissioners and represent!) tives of the 29 municipalities in the system has been called Tor 1 hursday. The meeting, at the Clifttn City Hall council chambers, will discuss the court action initiated bv the state, he said. He deferred any comment on the action until he receives eo pies of reports from commis sion personnel concerning the progress of work required on the system under a 196« court order. Lazzio said conferences with the Department of Environmen ta 1 Protection and the Federal Writer Policy Commission were also being arranged to work out long range plans.

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Golcen Heart Chapter of De­ borah will soonaor a bus rid«* to Deborah Hospital in Browns Mills on June 7. Chaoter irv'tnbcrs and friends will be taken cn a conducted tour of the hos n*al and its facilities to view the latest rniprwcments. Fu­ ture p'ans of the hospital will be made known. The bus will leave the A &P park're lot in R :d*e road. North Arlington, at 10 a.m. The round trip fare will be two dollars.

Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Whit man of 356 Second ave Lynd L. G . Raw l V eep ee hurst, the student's parents, at L. G. Hawl has been nain.'d tended the ceremonies. vice president in charge of mar keting (m; Humble Oil & Re B ab y C h risten ed filling Company, effective Ju ly Dr. and Mrs. Salvatore F . Vi 1. talc of 9 Eagle street. North A r­ Rawl was bom May 4. 1923. lington. entertained at a gala in Lyndhurst. and received his celebration for some 50 rela­ elementary and high school ed te es and friends Sunday follow ucation in Ridgewond. He serv mg the christening of their son. ed in the Marine Corps in 194f> Salvatore Francis, at Our Lady 47 and obtained a B.S. degree Queen of Peace Church. Th? in petroleum engineering from setting was the Calo Sass VFW the University of Oklahoma in Post 4897 1952. H u m b i* O il

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Brian M o o re T o T ry 75-Mile R a ce Brian Moore. 13. of 96 Hedcien terrace. North Arlington, will compete in the Essex Coun ty Pa rk Commission's 75 mile bike race this Sunday at Brool; dale Park. Bloomfield. He will represent the North Arlington Wheelman's Club, an organiza­ tion sponsored by the' North Ar Imgton Recreation Commission Last Sunday Brian, in h is first race of the year, placed se cond in the two-mile open at Brookdalc Park

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John I Merritt of Verona has e ^ 'e d P ”w d en t rf th** P*ellemead Development Corp.. Lyndhurst. He had be' O'» 'V Ro*l*r“ *ford ¡'nd T vnd'Mi^t Orf:crt P k ^Hiacent to the Rt. ^ »»'o’ P*. 17 interchange. A r '* r r>r P*-'*>crtoi Uni Mo'*” i't h.'ds a d0,Tre'‘ in architecture. Ho c ^ t th**'" 'ears as a ,♦ ard w»« a w a rd s *he D ‘'nc ui«hed Flvipg Cro^s M errtt is married and has . i xv italic i'Z p >unds. he can :»e hoii(>lit fo r $ 2 ’¿1». two children. He resides in Vo rona. ^ Th» l:i'»or..lorj- th a t buy* him is g o in g to m ak e th a t p a lp ita t.

i:ig ho !y r» up ail Hs s<*crr*ts. I lo u m uch e n d u ra n ce its S iH O L A R S T U P W I 'iN E I í — N an cy R osehow er, second fro m gh , is h* Ioc .1 sc h o L u sh p w in n er fo r th e M arch of D im rc ’i W o! F \ A / U ;+ n , n — :— p n » |)a ffi N.inr*)- in th e d m rh te r of M r. a n d M rs- E rn est Rotten o;ver of _No-‘.h A rlin g to n . O th e r in p lc * u r- a rt : left to rig h i, Tr.. F^warr’ Hi . s i.d nr.i*'*les have. How m u c h |Kiin it can trike- llo w ' for P e te r l \ Da! th o se new ly elected e h a irm a n fo r th e M arch of Dim a in lí>7‘ ; \V ndy L c n tin i of P a ra m u s , a n o th e r s ch o la rsh ip wino rg a n s e\pos(<| on th e \ \is e c tio n irih.l** fu:ii. isn ’t it? burst H. S. graduate reciev“ d a Ph. D. in eloctrical engineer P R O T E C T C U R P E T > A N D H O M E L E S S A N IM A L S Among the 15 ambulance c a ^ Kearny, who with a juven^e est Ave. when the ladder he ine Satu day frrm flic Univer were: For Groven Hatten, 24. passenger, were noted by C O M M IT T E E Ptl w: s us ng buckled ar.d he fell, sity of Maryland. Whitman :s of Newark, who fell from a McSweeney and taken to head breaking his leg. His tenant. Dear Sir. married to the former Kath (Continued Fro m Page Oae) We a re n r e t i n j ; w ith the C onguisN ioners on .lune 1970 at truck 1 p.m. M ay 27 while work c.uarters where alcoholic bever F»*ank Pope, who was helping ci ine Gaffney of Lyndhurst and p. M. When it gets warm, the Good li\es with her and their thrro stated that he would be ha’jov ing at Page & Schuyler Aves.. age was found in the car. (The him. was not on the ladder at u. go aiong with the beautifica a;*J injured his knee, left s de case of Carchidi and Len 'ox the same time as reported, and |:umo" man comes arr*i^d to children in Laurel. Maryland tion program in town but he felt and wrist and was conveyed o will be heard in municipal court is in gocd condition at home, sell his 'co cream to LH S stu a 7 i. corru'aiea steel fence ►:'c off;cc of Dr. Simms: Marge June 11.) The juvenile was re having sustained facial lacera fi. nts When you buv anything nould nci be as beautiful as O'Mara. 16. of Harrington Ave . leased to his parents. t’ons. We wish Mr. Carun'ci a fi*om h:m '-^u a»*o «<'ic,< w *h i ra*>rv*-. thorp the trees w’r ih arc no.v stand who was conveyed to the office And what of occultism hor?n speedy recovery. in i he gutter or on the !**wn of ing there. «/f' Dr. DiStasio by Ptl. Me bouts, evidenced when the home tla high school. Even o n e >s Bt Mir ficalo > Ch:r -nv t of a owner at 544 Forest cal'cd a \ li t''» Mbr'iit e’em in« tin eoh Bade, and on ■of h hnnd cut on a fence while shi bout a prowler., but none was A F a re w e ll C ^nc~r!' ! "••*•♦ hu- ho\\ e^n wo w«th this m ttcc nv nbe s. Com e v»is visiting friends at 419 found: and the woman who to’d By V in c e n t B o rirò fellow comuig around and «»Mchio. were present at Klngsland Ave.: and one that police her doorball rang but no Due to the recent atyxnu- ii u \ o c e a m but r*-»t providing meeting. had a tragic ending when oxy one was there when she went anvwh^re tn ♦hrow t Bader said he in.ends to r'rM ^dministred to Jo s e p h to answer? And some reported ment as Conductor of t^ie ^ ’r.»t " e can m Lvndhiirst. He stated. Mangano. 84. years old. of 716 d<»ors that were locked and yet Palm He^ch S\T»mhoay Orches­ (( ra«-'i) a wav! I feel that eitlv«* con this rrw»n should attach a tra=h “ I think th s eo nm inity had 2nd Ave.. was to no avail ac officers checking found several tra. Vincent lìorino will duct liés last All Schools B a n d basket to his truck or Lynd­ one of the finest e'e^n up weeks cording to Dr. Zott who a l s o unlocked? t h e hurst should kindly prov'de us it eve** 'l^e " p -d - C)i«?ra:n r'^-ponded to the call. Lt. John Calls were received on 7 sew Concert this eVening in la ed C ’intn > on:- WaUer S. Sealese conveyed John Konatt. er line backups: 6 car a <■ ' high school auditorium. The pro \\"tU>'VW Th’^ W»V T i n-tSiirc* Leave your home well-lighted whenever you leave. Keep an inside light Janowski f ir his v.ork in he’p- 40. to Hackensack Hosp;tal for denis. 13 escort several bur/lar gram will commence at 8 p.m High School's lawn will be cov­ a on through the night. Also keep an outside light burning bright 'iig ;hr- eomm,-n:tv pet r'd or treatment of his left hard in alarms set off by various All are welcome. Admission ered with grass, not trash. “ We h:ue mr«dc \)lo enn.do any­ Leading car reoorts was on;.Apologies to Patrick Carucci thing we wish^o & )." remarked resulting in a charge of reck At work, keep parking areas well-lighted through the night. Make sure on report of his acc:dem on bader. He alcf> c vtrn d ^ h i s less driving placed M ay 29 at ■ the interior of your office or business shows a light as well. May 1G. Mr. Carucci IS a rela­ ti’anks to the Garden C 1u b for H 30 om . against Robert Car tive of our ooou’ar Commiss;o'i their encoura?em^nt. Pre^ ^^nt chici. 18. of 188 Riverview Ave. er Joseph Carucci and he was Light is econom ical protection. You can keep of the Garden Club. Edward De North Arlington a n d J o h n attempting to install an air con a 100 watt bulb burning through the night for iu«* \tarr^Js. sa:d ‘hat h ° would is­ Lennox. 18. of 782 Devon St.. inner in h’s house at 386 Forabout 21. Fight crime. Light the Night. sue plaques for n’ce t garden, store and industry in the Lyndhurst High School au­ ditorium on Srotember 12. at LOU DE MASSI uh'ch t' t >r> t b w r r n e n of thi? T h e L ib r a r y T ru s te e s town are having a Power show. LJovd Reyno’ds. Chairman of C o rd ially In v ite Yon To A tte n d A n O pen H ouse To H onor t!>e Flcmer Show, said that the show will “ give everybody a feeling of belonging and a chance to participate in the communitv." Do M arrais a^ -'d for th e R etiring; D ire c to r Poard to co n sd e r setting a week aside each ve a r for the bcnut:f:rnt'on of Lvndhurst. S U N D A Y A F T E R N O O N , J U N E 7, 1970 Commissioner Janowski an B etw een T h re e an d F iv e O’Clock nounced that Mr. Fo r‘e from th( Health Dr*>arfment is cur­ L Y N D H U R S T P U B L IC L IB R A R Y rently wo1king on an air pollu­ tion control ordinance. which L yn d h u rst, N . J. v iU comply with the ordinance vh'ch is now in its early stages in Trenton. Another ordinance introduced S E L E C T E D Q U A L IT Y P R E - O W N E D C A R S N E W S F O R T H E L A D IE S ai the meeting concerned the in stallation of burglar and fir« 69 C H E V Y •67 O L D S C a m a ro 2 d r. hdtp., red alarms in the police sfation for R A H , p .s., v e ry w / b la c k v in y l top, rad io, B O - D I N G C O 'S cle a n h e a te r, p.b. p .s., a ir industries, stores and business $1495 O ne o w n er. co n d ., tin ted g la ss like es. A public hearing of this or­ new cond. First A n n al Sum m er S a le 68 F O R D dinance wMl be conducted on G a la x ie 500 2 d r. hdtp , '68 C A D I L L A C C O N V June 9 in the Council Chamber p .s., p.b .. ra d io , h*a *er. D a rk b ro w n , w h ite roof, U n b e lie v a b le V alues I V in y l roof, m u st be d irv n P b.. p•w ., a ir cond. Two freshmen fr^m L v n d T in te d g la ss. t en. L e a t h e r se a ts. hur5*t High School attended the J U S T A R R IV E D board meeting to question J i 1 66 P O N T I A C L a te st S ty le W ig s and O rien ta l S lip pers '68 O L D S C a t a lin ? S ta tio n W ag on , town on what it is doing to dean D e lm o n te , 2 dr. hd tp., p .s., p.b ., rad io, heat»*’ a u to ., t r a n s ., rad io, heat S h o rty S tr e tc h W ig up pollution in the Pas«aic Riv R e g . $14.00 n o w o n ly $9.00 p .w ., pow . t a ilo a t« , w / w er, p .s., p.b., a ir cond. tir e s ., a ir co n d ., tin ted re. Tvtad* Bor phi and Maureen L on g S tr e tc h W ig R e g . 19.95 n ow on ly $2295 15.50 g la ss, g re a t fa m ily c a r. McWilliams said that if th e E x . L o n g F u ll W ig n o w o n ly R eg . 21.00 15.50 '68 D O D G E If 66 P O N T I A C mayor doesn't do something R«S.H. p .s., w /w , nice G ra n d P r ix 2 d r. h t., S id e-P a rted S tr e tc h W ig R eg . 19.95 n ow o n ly secon d c a r. O ne ow ner. 15.50 R A H p.s.. p.b., C o rd ova they will take the matter up top. w w t ir e s . £ i / Q C F ro sted S tr etc h W ig n o w on ly R eg . 19.95 15.50 with the governor. $1750 M any e x t r a s . * I 0 7 3 B e a u tifu l O rien tal S lip pers J u st $3.50 pr. Commissioner Carucci r eM A N Y M O R E TO C H O O S E F R O M ! marked that the Veteran's Alli­ L IM IT E D T IM E O N LY 33 Y ea r, of Serving Pontiac Owner, ,1 Sam , local KM. ance will bring the town its an n'.ial Memorial Day ceremonies. B O - D I N C C O . 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MRS. RONALD KORINISKIE The marriage of Marie Lu cilie Lembo, daughter of Mrs. Anna Lembo of Bloomfield and the late Frank Lembo. to Ron aid Charles Koriniskie. son of M r. and Mrs. Kacm ir Koriniskie of North Arlington took place in April at St. Francis X avier Church in Newark. Rev. Charles Scanlon officiated at the double ring ceremony with a reception following at the Ro bin Hood Inn in Clifton. Given in marriage by her bro tber. Frank Lembo. Jr ., the bride wore a white satin peau de soie gow n appliqued w i t h Alencon lace with seed pearls, and crystal beading. The gown was fashioned with long point ed sleeves and a detachable train appliqued with the same lace and beading. Her matching hcadpiece was a cluster of pe tals attached to a three tiered shoulder-length veil. She car ried#a cascade of glamelias and stephanotis with a center or chid. Mrs. EmUia Campb?!’ af tended her sister as matron of honor. She wore a lavender E m ­ pire gc-wn with a pleated bod ice and long sleeves. The gown a>lso had an attached scarf which draped into a cowl neck­ line. Her headpiece was a clus­ ter of matching daisies. She carried a cascade of white gla melias. tipped in lavender, and white roses. The bridesmaids were Juith and Jan ice Wyck off. cousins of the bridegroom, and Lorraine Domaracki. Mary Aim Tino and G ail Lembo. sis­ ter in-law of the bride. Their gowns were identical to that of the matron of honor, but they carried cascades of lavender tipped glamelias and roses.

Debra Pickens, cousin of the l>i idegroom, was flower girl. and Gregory Rice, nephew of the bride was ring bearer, Richard Koriniskie served as best man for his brother. The ushers were Joseph Fiorillo. Ri chard Moody. Michael Murphy Kenneth Hay and Frank Lem bo. brother of the bride. The mother of the bride wore a Paris pink chiffon gown trimmed with silver and pink beading on the bodice and col­ lar. It had long bishop sleeves. She carried pink glamelias on her evening bag. The mother of the bridegroom wore a blue silk worsted gown trimmed with silver beading scattered down the front . She carried blue glamelias on her . The bride is a graduate

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The wedding of Miss Lilian cia and Denise Lynch, also sisLynch. daughter of Mr. & Mrs. U rs of the bride, and Mary Jrh n Lynch of 41 Whittingham Jean Miller, sister of the groom piace. West Orange, to Robert Nicholas Layton served as best Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. man. Ushering were Walter Henry Miller 78 Hedden ter- Baldowski. Buddy de Gorgue, race. North Arlington, took and Grant Pelley, cousin of the place Saturday at Sacred Heart groom. Church. Bloomfield. Msgr. The bride wore a silk organza Thomas Reardon officiated at Em pire style gown with peau the ceremony and Nuptial cl’ange lace bodice, rolled collar Mass. A reception was held in Bishop sleeves of lace with' fold San Carlo Restaurant, Lynd- up cuff, gathered skirt, and chapel length train accented hurst. Miss Bernadette Lynch was with appliques of peau d'ange her sister’s maid of honor, lace. A three tier imported ill bridesmaids were Misses Patri- usion veil fell from a crystal borealis tiara. She carried a cascade of roses and stephjno tis. Her attendants wore A line Fm pire illusion chiffon gown-, with rolled collar and cut-out back accented with pink cm broidered lace petal crown headpieces held their bnuffant veils in place. They carried pink roses and baby mums. Upon their return from wedding trip to Bermuda, :hcouole will reside in M o ^ r'a T The bride, a registered nurs-?. is on the staff of Sf . M ary’s Hospital, Orange. Her husband, who attends Uosala College, »s employed as a dispatcher fnr Moldcraft Corp.. Newark.

vancement of Science and Art, New York City. She is a p fessional artist for many photo graphy studios and has received recognition in numerous local statewide art shows.

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working toward a degree in electrical engineering. His bro ther Robert, 14, is completing his freshman year in Lyndhurst High School and their sister Ja net, 12, is in the eigth grade at Sacred Heart School. The sergeant is the grandson of Mrs. Jennie Siclari of Staten Island and the late Mr. A Sic­ lari, and also of the late M r and Mrs. Quillen of Paris, France.

Sgt. Charles A. Siclari. son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Siclari of 47? Roosevelt avenue, Lynd hurst, is returning home after fnur years of active service with the U. S. Air Foree. H? served in Taiwan. Thailand, and Japan. His home base is McClellan. in Sacramento. Califor­

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Mr. Kiesel attended Hofstra I'niversity. He is a design tech­ nician with the Columbia Broad­ casting System Television Stu dios in New York City. The wedding is planned for September 5. 1970.

Sgt. Siclari will resume studies in engineering at the Ru tberford Campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University, which were interrupted at the comple­ tion of his freshman year there. The sergeant’s brother W ill­ iam. 20. is a sophomore at New­ ark College of Engineering

Andrew J . Cefalo, a student at Bordentown M ilitary Inst, lias been named to the Head master's Honor Roll for out­ standing academic achievement at Bordentown M ilitary Institute according to announcement byJohn B. Hewett. headmaster of the school. Cefalo is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Pasquale Cefalo of 2 Ken­ nedy Court. Lyndhurst.

Those receiving degrees from Manhattan College at its 119th Commencement included from this area: Gene F. G>ppa. 211 Washington avenue, and La w rence R. Savage. 335 Hackensack street, both of Carlstadt. Miss M ary Ellen Fellini of 39 Stuyvesani avenue. Lyndhurst won the Outstanding Chemistry Major Award presented to a member of the American Chem ists Society by the Rutgers Newark College of Arts and*Sci­ ences at ceremonies on the eve ning of M ay 28.

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At the last session of the P e ­ ter Pan Club sponsored by the I ndhurst Junior Woman’s Club and directed by Mrs. Glen Sumpman and Mrs. Louis Colla tx l!a under the Literature and Education department, diplomas of Achievement were awarded to the thirty pre-schoolers attending. The youngsters then presented a short so n gfest for their mothers who also entertained during the hourlong program with a live flower arranging demonstration, Mrs. Lloyd Reynolds, a member of the Juniors and the Lynd hurst Garden Club fashioned a lovely centerpiece which wfas won by one of the mothers. <

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The annual Awards night for the senior class will be held Tuesday, June 9. At this tim j class wills and prophecies will be distributed along with awards for academic and athle tic prominence.

T he task of publishing C n ss mads. Q. P .’s monthly paper, has also been passed on to mem hers of the Class of '71. Under tlx- editorship of Joanne Scalo ello and Joanne Ferda the nnv staff will face the opportunity i bring Q. P. another Medalist rating in the Columbia Cnm-ie tit ion. New page editors ar>

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Marie Picrgrossi, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J . Picrgrossi of 45 Orient Way. Lyndhurst, re ceived her B.A. in English-Ed uccation from Douglass College orf June 3 in ceremonies on campus.

Debbie Sullivan, Deobie M ill?r, Rarbara Mischufc, ard A'ice Sleknach. Congratulations vo fcttner edllor M arjorie R'sulintis who was awarded a csrtificate for her photography in past issues, Congratulating to all ‘hoe!» who merited badges, medals tro ph i s, and plaques at the recent G.A.A. Awards Night. Special cons'deration is due Vera Di F'abritis who was named G irl of the Year..

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The engagement of Babette Joan, the daughter of Mrs. Russc! Ripp of 162 Riverside avenue. Lyndhurst, and the late Mr. Ripp. to Mr. Frederick Wil liam Kiesel of South Salem, New Yor and New York City has been announced. M r. Kiesel is the son of Mrs. William F. Kiesel of Floral Park, Long Is ­ land, N. Y. Miss Ripp attended Stephens College, Columbia. Missouri and The Cooper Union for the Ad

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With the fast — approach of the time for graduation and f npl gr ;dby:s many tributes V n s royMorrd for the senicr class. On M ay 21 the frerh c «ss a senior farewell which depicted many in' mtrpfc'e eve-is in the history (•t the C ass ‘70. This ?ven'ig the Mo1hers' Club will honosenic-s and their mothers at tup:r monthly meeting. Yesterday yearbooks were distributed. Some of the innov i tions introduced this year inclu ded the gold burlap cover r? placing the green leather of for mer years and the replacefnant of the studies section. The em­ phasis of this year's book was focused upon candid shots of students rather than upon stiff formal pictures. The Yearbook Dance will be held Frid ay at 8 p. m. Congratulations to the en tire staff of the ‘71 Peace Pact. Tile names of the new members were announced at a recent as sembly. Donna Bongiovanni and Rathy Petrillo will se rw e as ed ii or and assistant editor. Another publication recentlv released from the halls of Q. P. was Kind'ings. the annual liter ary magazine. Compiled by members of the creative writing class, this edition con tained poetry, short stories. anJ dramas submitted by prospec­ tive writers.

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DRIVERS ARE NEEDED — Tiain now to drive semi-truck through facii t)es of class-one carriers; local or over the road. For applicat'on rnd personal in­ r '■OWE9 SHOP, Hudson Cty. terview, call 315 458-2769, or Exc. loc. Good going busines. Reas. rent. Write Commercial wri e U t ted Systems, Inc./ Safe ly Dept., c-o Interstate Termin­ Leader, Box 9, 251 Ridge Rd., Lyndhurst NJ 07071 4-23lf al B'dg., 15 D ppold SI., Syra­ cuse, New York, 13211 5-21 FOR RENT YOUNG man to learn the gjazm V s TIC ISLE, Tucke7ton,~N.J~ Inc and store front trade. Gd. 4 rm. bungalow, rent by wk, 933- opp. Call for interview 8-9 a.m. 4-4 9173 or 609-296-958». Call before and 5 6 p.m. 939 8829. 11 a.m ., after 6 p.m. 6-4 2 FURND. RMS., H&HW, conv. to everything, 3rd fir. business people only. 99J-4135. 6-4 SEASIDE HEIGHTS—Bungalow sleeps 6, 3 blocks from beach. Avail. Aug. 22-Sept. 5. Also bungalow for Aug. 29-Sept. 5. S125 wk. fam. only 485-3956 6-4

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Grand Union is making a p-of t in every store — includ ng North Arlinfion’s boomirw? unit and :ntends Lo expand with at It Bst 24 more stores. Th;s was he re*vs last Wed no dav when Charles G. R o d ­ man e* R ?dsrpwo'*.d. pres’d? t. pnd Thomas C. But’er of Glen R.dcc. chairman o' the V H . rmoried to stockholders at the b > company’s annual mcctina in Paramus. Said Redman: “ In this present fiscal year, we o’an to a»o-»rox:m \y 24 new supermarkets, an in­ crease c? 50 D^r cent ever ‘he number opened last year. To h
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WOMEN — GIRLS. SUMMER jobs. Earn extra money work­ ing full time, part time or week­ ends, as chamber maids for mo­ dern motel. No exp. nec. Apply FOR SALE Housekeeping Dept., Holiday Inn, Rts. 3 & 17, Lyndhurst. 62 VACUUM cleaner repairs; $ 2 .« plus parts. All makes snd mod­ J O N E S G IR L S - J O N E S G fK LS els regardless of age or condi­ tion. Free estimate. Pick up and TEM PO RA RY W ORK delivery. W. Essex Vacuum. W1W O RK LO C A LLY 1413. 3-Ï0TF CLERKS T Y P IS T S

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MAHOG. dining rm., 6 chairs, breakfront, buffet, exc. cond. 933-2468 bet. 5:30 A 7 p.m. 6-4 AWNING, white, aluminum. S', $20. 991 3047 . 6-11 SERVICES ALL work guaranteed L y n d hurst Lawn Mowers and small motors repaired. Picked up and delivered. Day time, 939-3249; evenings 933-9592. 125 Delafield Ave., Lyndhurst, NJ. 07071 6 25

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trast to the work of these estab lished artists whose work was mostly done in traditional style, the High School art class, under the direction of Miss M ary Ann Cupo. pamcipat'.'d with their spring shewing of their years' school work. Most of the stu dints paintings were done in vi v d colors, and featured themes favorite with youth with much s.-mbolism included. Miss R >x annc Bonnelli's paintings in pas tcls of a boy and girl were pick ed as the favorite for the High School category work and will

drew a crowd of nearly 500 on May 24. The art exhibit was has tily transferred from the lawn of Lyndhurst Hifjh School to the school gym by art director M ar­ ti Harris when it became appa rent that the rain would persis ail day. Works gathered by Mrs. Har ris from the Rutherford Art As scciation and Lyndhurst resi dents, as well as those from surrounding communities, inr'udod watercolors, pastels, oils HELP WANTED M « F I tempera and scu’pture. In con M ALE

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ATTEN TIO N: W F PAV TO P p ric e s for p a p e rs p er hu n ­ D EE OF KEARNY d re d In bundles. B ras*. L ead, No. 1 C opper, R ag«, Cant Iron. D elivered. Also b u y e rs of «tool, e m p l o y m e n i /\g e u v y ba tte rle a and Junk c a rs. J . Re* Open M onday E ven In*» Till 1 232 B E L L E V IL L E PIKE ctnltf, M Clinton S tre e t, B e lle K E A R N Y , N. J. vtlle. P L ym outh 1-4408. TF

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The Lyndhurst Cultural Arts Festival sponsored by the Eve­ ning Membership Department of the Lyndhurst Women's Club

FISH TANK 20 gal!on, pump FINE jewelers caliper, antique, and filter, wrought iron stand, 116,50; oil painting, $29.50 Phone artificial plants and fluorescent 438 0395. 6-4 light cover, $25. Call 998-4175. KIDNEY-SHAPED cocktail ta­ M ble & others, $50. 438-3931 after HOLLYWOOD double bed with 6 p.m. 6-4 mattress and box spring, white BASS Amp. Jordan, 1 yr. old, head board, also lg. chest. Call like new, asking $100. 939-6941, 991-7992. 64 after 5:30 p.m. 6-11 COCKTAIL table, glass top and ELEC. Guitar with case, 1 pick wood frame, $55. Drapery rods, i
alum, siding, finished rec rm., separate heeatlng, mod. baths, HIGH «'oool ( t il will babysit and kits. Many extras. Priced evening* or weekends. Expe­ Eighty cents an m ld -W s. W* *497. 5 28 rienced. boor. Call Mi l * » . (-1 TF ---y « RUMMAGE SALE NURSERY SCHOOL F ir s t

M. Hall, dressed in cos tome of the period. Mrs. R. Ir­ win demonstrated weaving us'rg the loom. Both demonstra do if you purchase a $1.29 bot tions were provided by the Ru t'e in Grand Union. “W h i c h therford Museum. 6 Ames PI.. proves you don't pay for Rutherford. Mrs. Thcmas Scala, of Bay stamps.” quipped Rodman. -About 7 per cent of its em onne. The Woman's C lin E hui pl.oyees come from non wh' 3 Distr ct Art Chairman ar d Mrs. Earton. of Clifton, the g: oups. And if Puerto Ricans S were included, the figure would Woman's Chi') Eighth District be 11 per cent.. “ Our company Mus’c Chairman we»*e among is deeply committed to employ guests of the festival. M a y o r i” L>b'ack people.” Rodman sail Peter J.. Russo. P. Restaino. ' We new have 200 people in a Anthony Scardino and Joseph Carucci. as well as Fred Con special training program.” Some 5.7 nrllion of the 6.4 m;l si lo rf the Lvndhurst Board of 1 on vo‘es eligible to be cast Education, attended. ‘The Conceit Choir and “ Thir were voted in favor of reelect in " the present board of direc teen” under direction of Mr. ‘r:rs and reappointing Lybrand Con Covert were well received Foss Bros. & Montgomery as pi their concert. The Bergen independent auditors, a role Hudson Choral Society, directed by Mr. Jam es Davis sang ex they've played since 1926. And with that, the curtain de­ cerpts from Madame Butterfly. scended on the 1970 production, Miss Catherine Macula, a resi hopefully to rise again n e x t dent of Lyndhurst was warmly year — probably with the same rtceivved when she sang Bu‘ tor-fly opposite Mr. Charles cast of characters. Cooke. Included in the festival was a yam picture done by Lyndhurst Girl Scout TrooD No. 906 called "W here Have All the Flowers bo displayed at the Lyndhurst Gone?", portraits done while F ree Public Library from Mon­ you posed by Roy Pierham of day May 25 thru June 5. Hasbrouck Heights and a dis­ Viewers of the art exhib’ts en­ play of books on the arts court joyed hearing the High School esy of the Lyndhurst Free Pub Madrigal Singers who per lie Library. The Cultural Arts Festival formed 16th century music. This group features twelve sin­ w as under th<* direction of chair gers who perform without ac­ man Mrs. Phillip Paul and Mrs. companiment, costumed in 16th John D. McCrea. sponsored by century garb provided by the the Evening Membership De Rutherford Players, and super­ nartmcnt of the Lyndhurst vised by Marti Harris. Demon­ Woman's Club as a community strations of the past craft of service to stimulate interest in spinning was done by Mrs. the fine arts.

Community Festival Draws

LOST: Boy's Holy Comm, set in I he L eader w ill publish R u m m a g e S ale ite m s 2 w eek s white box. Lott by Q u e e n of v ith o u t ch a rg e. If you do n ot sell, you o w e n o th in g , i* Peace Church, May 22 . 991 2336. you se ll, y o u o w e u s $1.50. A ll item s m u st b e w r itte n by 6-4 von and rece iv e d in ou r o ffic e s by M on d ay n o o n w e e k of p u b lication . L im it 2 ite m s , 20 w orda, v a lu e u n d er $100. P r ic e a sk e d m u st appear in ad. N o a u to m o tiv e , b o a t or PETS p e ts. P le a se g iv e n a m e and ad d ress w ith r e le a s e s.

MRS. DUNN, gifted reader and adviser. Advice on all problems of life. Card and Palm readings. DRIVER with car for occasion­ 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Call 6S3-8470. WNATED~TO~RENT ai work. Cali 935-2491. 6-4 210 Sip Ava., Jersey City, NJ. Established 6 years. 12-4TF 3 ADULTS want 4V2-5 rm. apt. T A L I. M EN to le a rn silk in quiet neighborhood, 1st fir. screen p rin tin g . P aid holidays Aug. 1 or after, Lynd., Kearny, M R S . O M N IA sind v a c a tio n s . F ree h o sp lta . No. Arl., area. 778-9552. 64 G ifted R ead er & A d visor liz a tin n an d life Insurance3 ADULTS NEED 4 RMS., 2 A pply GseU T ex tile, .*51 If you have a n y P ro b lem c o n ­ c e rn in g Y o u r P a s t P r e s e n t , F u ­ bdrms. for Aug. 1 In Lynd.,' (■ rant A ve., E. N ew ark . t u re , L o v e , M a rria g e , B u s in e s s L a w s u it s , F in a n c e s . H e a lt h , Ruth., N.A. area. 933 5000. After H a p p in ss or W o rk in g P ro b le m s. P h o n e 182 2.>S3i 5.30, 473 2919. 6-11 D O N ’T F A I L T O S E E T H I S

4 5 RMS. for couple & 2 child ren. 935-3846 . 6 18

sn 'd th while r* iil s'ore sales in the U S. in April were 3 per ccnt above a year ago. G. U .’s sales (primarily because fend is a ncoeesitv) for the 12-\ve?k period ended May 23 were up 10 Bu ler’s remarks included the per cent. foVowing: Grand Union’s advertising “ U. S. Grocery store sales and promotion (including wr»e up 8 3 per cent to $82 bil ? lamps) runs a’:ou: 2 8 per lion in 1969. That’s qu'te a gain, ci nt of sales anrually. or $25 o.oii in a year that saw food at miiron. homo prices go up 4.8, per ccnt. - E v e ry G. U d:vision is op­ Again last year. Grand Un­ erating in the black. ion’s safes gain was Setter than O eriit card costs at th e the industry average. It was 9.1 Grand Way stores arc running per cent. This gave us a H ght ¿:t 2 ‘ - per cent. ]\ better edge than most retail­ - I)u to inf !c‘Jon. G U. c'iu’d ers in the race against infla­ not open or renovate seven tion.” stores that it had planned.. Butler said that food prices About 200 of its s'.ores are op have risen less than other con en on Sundays. sumcr items, such as hospital If you purchased a $1.29 bo* care which has jumped 60 per tie of Excedrin in Grand Way cent in the past decadc. He also you don’t get stamps, but you

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LOST: Fat cat, ♦ yrs. old, brwnIsh grey w-white. Missing since May 22, 325 Livingston Ave. (be­ tween Fern Valley Brook Av.) Lynd. 933 2S85. Reward. 6-4

FOR ADOPTION: Lively, thy, lovable kittens. Nine old. Pan-trained. Free to home and tender, loving Call 991-2404.

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SOLVE your No. 2 car problem SALESWOMAN exp. prefd. Ap­ KIRBY Vacuum c'eaner repairs *»th this 1965 stick shift LeMans ply Kuc'nskl's Bakery, 120 *7 *5 pHis part». Free estimates, A 1 cond., new rubber. $600. 438 Franklin Ave., Nutlcy. 6 11 pickup A delivery. One yr. g«u 4345. 3 5 TF ra tee. 18 yrs. exp. repairing Kirbys. We a so buy used Kir 1960 BUICK LeSabre, RAH, all F A S H IO N A P P A R E L by Vacuum c eaners. Essex power, 4 dr. hardLop, $150. Call Vacuum. 375 Forest St., Kearny 991 1839 3-12TF 991-1413. 11 6 TF M andee Shoo». L a d y '* a - p ’ rel 1963 RAMBLER 660 Classic, std n .t . I ’ t *b?.nt f u r r o u n d ir g i. BABY furniture, English Coach shift, $300. 939 7905. 5 21TF m — w rr " p i n b -n e fit*. C cn carriage, tlkfe n*w, crib, bassi­ ve n ien t b u t co n n ectio n s Apply in p«'“.o r.: nette and mattrosses. Many ex­ 1964 TOYOTA Land Cruiser, 4 tras. Call 933 4692. 64 wh dr., 15,000 nvles, runs weil. M an d ee Sh op s 933-1429. Price $1,000.00. 64 WRINGER type washinq ma­ 6> P a s s ic A ve. chine, Easy. Vtry good cond., 1967 VOLKSWAGEN sq. back., K ea rn y , N. J. $15. Call 998 0475 4-9TF perf. cond. in & out, 4 sp. radio white wall, covered by guaran POOKKEEPER — Heavy on GARAGE SALE: 159 F a i r tee, 675 6740 or 998 9092 after 5 payroll, 9 5, 35 hr. wk., $125 to view Ave., Rutherford, Satur., p.m. and weekends. 5-28 start. New air-cond. office In June 13. 9:30 a.m . - 5:30 p.m. 1963 CHEVY. Gd. running cond. Lyndhurst. 935 0721, 440 Ridge 6-11 6-4 $75. 997 1029. 6-4 Rd., Lyndhurst. BABY CARRIAGE, like new, WOMEN NEEDED (3). Earn $25; large window fan, $15. 939alTtosTw a n t e d " $4-6 an hr. p-t. Show S a r a h 3581. 6-4 Coventry's new spring & sum­ AUTOS W A NTED mer line of jewelry. No invest- WASHER, 2 yrs. old, gd. cond., Spot ( a sh F o r Y o u r ( 'a r o r rvent, interview call 991-3220 or 4 pc. kitchen set. Deep r o s e T ru c k , A ny Y ear, M ak e or 998-7003. 6-4 rug, nylon, lg., gd. cond. 939Mtfdel 5594 after 5. 6-4 EEAUTICIAN, expd. pt.-time, B E L L .P IK E M OTO RS COACH carriage, exc. c on d., ♦o work in friendly place. 991C or. B elleville P ik e an d 0888. 6-4 like new, $30. Between 4-6 p.m. R iv e r R d., N o rth A rlin g to n only, 933 4241. 6-4 998.436« WOMAN to clean once a week FISH TANKS, one 29 gal., one woman to clean once a week. 1? Laurel Ave., Lynd. 438-7201. 20 gal., two 10 gal., 2 pumps, BUSINESS OPPORTUN1T1 fish food, all accessories. 998 1069. 6-4 SCHOOLS HELP WANTED MALE I TRAIN for a good position GARAGE SA LE Ja» a aecretary. typist, cleri (cal worker or comptometer 14 F o rd M u sta n g S te e rin g i operator at low cost in the F A S H IO N A P P A R E L w h^el«, la rg e a s s o rtm e n t of {shortest possible tim e at Rutherford Secretarial s p ro k e ts, b e arin g s, sh aft* , School, an d chain. (G re a t fo r Go M andee Sho p s. L a d y 's a p p a re l Franklin Pl.. Rutherford c e n te r. P le a s a n t sur-o un d ngs. rartA.cxlfcuiAt fa n s.d u a l w heel M any co m p a n y ben efits. Co nPhone 93*7147 v en i« n t bus co n n ectio n s. 2 29 TF in sta llatio n s-m ac h in e s h o p s).

THURSDAY, JUNE 4.1970

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Charles P. Doyle.. Jr . son of form rr North Arlington resi( trr Pilot in Vietnam. \\ 01 P ' vle. an alimnus of Queen of Pe«ce H :eh S c h ; o 1 ( .ass or 1!)15. No'th Arlington. ; i^encVd the Co’le!?e of Santa Fe. New Mexico, then enlisted ir the Army W arrant Officer Flight Training Program on

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March 7. 1969. After completing basic training at F t. Polk. Lou is ana. Officers Training at Ft. V olters. Texas, and Flight Training at Ft. Tucker. A I a brma. iie was commissioned Vva t rant Officer 1 Helicfop ter Plot. He recieved his bars March 23. 1970rT*:Tined on by his fatherland his silver wings were pinned on by hhis He mother the following day. then had a 30 day leave until reporting to McGuire. Doyle is a member of New ark Knights of Columbus 1 ) and of Tau Kappa Epsilon fra­ ternity. The officer’s parents moved from North Arlington f o u r years ago when h;s father \\ is transferred to Kentucky by his c moanv. Cruc b!e Steel Co.. when the firm moved from H it • MMi. H s brother Kevin, is a m m ‘or at EMznb^thtown H :*ih s< *>o:)l. A’i aunt. Mi«s S t e l l a W ' k or North A rl;ngtnn. w is ’'V *n u. n the family f >’* tV ‘ r ' f e e r ’s ceremonies.

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Township of Lyndhurst wants to this ordinance on June 9. 1970 pass an ordinance which w mjM Gordon Di Savino impose a fee on any business or President. Alarm tv me owner who wishes to ^ervice. Inc. Ivave their fire or burglar alarm system notify the Police or Fire W e in s te in E le c te d Dept.,by the direct notification To Beth Israel Bd. method.

all ages to help tabulate an • swers to 50.0(H) questionnaires! returned Trom Bergen County | public and parochial secondary schools on drug u:e The forms, were sent out under tlie countv f'-ug coordinator George Gagel. S< venty five of seventy nine pa II this ord nance is oasrH Sidney M. Weinstein, vice pre­ rochial schools replied, and 60 I m s ire it will discourage the sident of Tanatex Chem’ca! ol 75 public schools sent re-i (Mn'ct system and came m j >y Corp.. P r ? e and Schuyler a\ ' turns out of a tola! cl 80.000 P'ople to rely on the o*d local nues. L> ndhu**st. was elected to ouestionnaires. Toe tabulation will take place 1 bt. if a*te'ei>hore is avai’ab'e. Townsh p of Lyndhurst Ordin leigh w o rk These precious minutes can a ice provide* for a $60 00 fir. * Shifts r>f wrorker*s will i"< an the s a M v of som° >er U r any dov? owner not purchas f’^om 9 to 12 nor>n and from 1 to son’s h')me or bus;ness. even \ ir.g a dog license. There is it •t p.m. Volunteers may come at « life. P ’fs^nt a house to house* d >£ any time convenient to them Ives. All help will be great'y fV’cct ne*if:cation s v ‘ *n ■ .*-c.Mivas be:ng conducted *o d'* appreciated by Prosecutor Ro b'cnornrws help to a te^nv^e the number of owne.s ' •rt Dilis’ e rf c'\ Co^-arv to a P /!ic'‘ I) ;)t. because a h » w w'thc’j* a dog license. statement in a daily newsoaiy'»* Dog licenses can be h-d (»:• bus’ne* s w Y r ’i use ; th < s\ >, i i typing skill is required. N> ■hi re::iKres litt'e ik>I ce snr ! *» Tow >Clerk’s O tfV* *nv 'av I.' p;writers are to be used. On \e n>’ne<‘ du''!n«r the Lnne lhat !('H Tc n vhe hours ef 9 a. m. 'y (ho ab'liiv to m »kf a c iec'-in. 'o 'e is •recent on tlie rv'MV fnd 4 p m. I/a^l years ' p rrd v,o* J v n . ' 3 M . of :’iis nr k w th a jxvncil is requir J M-s,||nd nlVvvs t‘^* no^ce o n • of vc'm'^o'ts. He’ ) is de? r*ra!' t'-<>| t o :*'» r ffr c t ’velv and m V.v \ ''a’*. ■y needed. Herr is an 3,>>o un (kfc* vo*»r l ee*'0« r^'v h '"> ' 1 1ndhu • t .i sitior town to live ily to do « c m i n ' * o n* |> n 'f:co”s ife’ a v vi ■ in. coc c y and to use leisu e . n i»n?Kr n rv? lie' nse f(‘(r is ^ 1.0*' ;n service to the c^mmin ty. N If the B n r d nr Convn;s«ion a?>pn niment i« necc^sary. Ju n i W i wants t. see c**;me c>n‘. *iue cem'' t ) 'he Teanrck C* * p o u * r an m w r d t-t-'d a ’\1 fenr end report for work anv da\ hiceme a part of our every ’a\ P rc ;c r. 't ''r h'eods >.fO d:ii' ’ru F r d a v Veu w ;l li!e. then they should aoorovi Sor-e Volunteers br m • happy >ou d 1. tins ordinance: if however tlv'y wish to make Lyndhu-st a tru T'ie prosecutor's e'f'ce has l\ safe community then delete sued a call for vohintc'ers

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N O T IC E T a k e n o tice th a t P o lish A m e ric a n C it iz e n s C lu b , In c. ha* applied to the B o a rd of C o m m issio n e rs of the T o w n sh ip of L y n d h u r s t , N ew J e r eey, fo r C lu b Lioen&e for p re m is es situ a te d a t 727 N ew J e rse y A v e., L y n d h u r s t . N ew J e rse y O F F IC E R S AND T R U S T F E S Jo h n G o w o r ;k , P r e s ., 226 V a n B u re n S t ., L y n d h u r s t , N. J. A d a m K w ia t k c w s k t . T r e a s u r e r , 353 P a g e A v e .. L y n d h u r s t . N. j . 'S ta n le y T . B a lu t, S e c r e t a r y . 534 O c "y'la P |.. • y n d h i f - t . N. .1. R ic h a r d W ilc z y n t k i, C h a ir m a n B o a rd of D ir e c t o r s , 670 T e n E y c k A v e ., L y n d h u r s t , N. J. F r a n * Y e s a la v ic h , D ir ., 712 T h ir d A v e ., L y n d h u r s t , N j . M ich a e l L is ie w s k i, D ir ., 103 S tu / V to sin t A v e . L y n d h u r s t , N .J . O o je c t io n s , if any bnouid be m ade im m e d ia te ly in w ritin g to Fre d O. T a u b . M u n icip a l C le r k , o’ L y n d h u r s t . New J e rs e y . P o lish A m e r ic a n C it iz e n s C lu b . Inc. Jo h n G o w o re k , P re s. S t a n le y T . B a lu t , Secy. 7*7 N ew J e rs e y A v e , Ly n d h u rjst. N J. D a te d : J u n e 4, 1 1 . 1970 F e s s : $19.32 N O T IC E T a k e n o tice th a t C h a r le s a n a E liz a b e t h B otto tra d in g as P a r k R e st B a r <&, G r ill h a s applied to the B o a rd o ’ C o m m issio n e rs of th* T ' w r ' s iB I n rth u r-t. N ew J e r my. for a R e t a il A lco h o lic B e v e ra o e (.•cen^e for p re m ise s situ a te d at 201 P a r k A v e n u e . L y n d h u r s t . New Je rse y . O b je c tio n s. if any should re m ade im m e d ia te ly in w ritin g tc F r e d O. T a u b . M u n icip a l C le r k , of L y n d n u r s t . N ew J e rs e y

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J u s t i n e M . M e lo n e , 304 C 6 p elan d ven ue. L v n d h u r t Nam e of S t o c k h o ld e r s h olding « ne or m o re p e r c e n t u m of the o c k o f s a id c o r p o r a tio n . Jane T. M e lo n e . 3 0 4 C o p e l a n d Avenue. L vn d h u rst J u s t i n e M . M e lo n e . 3 0 4 C o p e l a n d ve ., L y n d h u r c t , N . J. J o s e p h J. M c o n e , 2 0 4 C o p e l a n d •a v »., L y r d h u r s t , N . J. Josep h P a ssa ge , ¿4 9 Sa n fo rd A v e . , L > n d n u r s t , N . J. O b je c t io n s , if a n y , sh o u ld be la d e im m e d ia t e ly in w r i t i n g to re d O. T au b , M u n i c i p a l C le r k , f L yn d h u rst, New J e rse y .

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N O T IC E T i K j not^ e th a t H u b e rt T . Leon .ird tra d in g a s S ir l's T a v e r n nca ap plied to trie b o .ird of C o m m issio n e r s of the T o w n sh ip of L y n d h u r s t . N ew Jerse y, f c r a P le n a , y R e ta il C o n su m p tio n L ic e n e for p rem ises s it u a .e d .:t 162 P a r k A v e ., L y n d h u rt t , N. J. O b je c tio n s, if a n y should be m ad e im m e d ia te ly in w r it in g to F r e d O. T a u b . M u n icip a l C le r k , of L y n d h u r s t . N ew J e r s e y H u b e rt T . L e o n a rd 20fc V a lle y B ro o k A v e n u e L y n d h u rst. ^ D a te d : J u n e 4. 11, 1970 Fee*.: 59.68

N O T IC E T A K E N O T I C E T H A T A .W .W . L e w a n d o w s k i P o st ¿0 A m v e ts , 323 N ew Y o r k A v e , L y n d h u r s t , N . J . h a s ap p lied to the B o a rd of C o m ­ m is s io n e r s of the T o w n sh ip of L y n d h u r s t , New J e r s e y , fo r a C lu b L ic e n s e fo r p re m ise s situ a te d at 323 N ew Y o r k A v e n u e , L y n d h u r s t . N ew J e r s e y . O F F IC E R S AND T R U S T E E S Jo h n A . Rugqeir-), C o m m a n d e r, 323 F e r n A v e .. L y n d h u r s t , N. J. N O T IC E Jo sep h G u a s te lla , T r e a t ., 134 T a k e no tice th a t P e te r. Joseph R id n e R d ., L y n d h u r s t . A ., J u lia n J ., and A rth u r R. W a lt e r O rlo w s k y . S e c y ., 361 M u sta rd o , tra d in g as L y n d a le M anle S»., L y n d h u r s t . B e v e ra g e Co . h a s applied to the J a n « T . M elon e, P re s. J o h n A . F e r r ic , 1st V ic e C o m ­ D ire c to r of th e D iv is io n of A lco h o l­ 304 C o p e la n d A venu e m a n d e r, 308 W a tso r. A e , L y n d - ic B e v e ra g e C o n tro l fo r a sta te L y n d h u r s t , N . J. h u rs t , N. J. b evera g e d is t r ib u t o r 's lic e n se fo r > a t e d : J u n e 4, 11, 1970 F r a n k Ip p olito, 2nd V ic e C o m ­ the p re m ise s situ a te d a t 650 V a lle v e e s : $22 .54 m a n d e r, 145 C la re m o n t T e r r a c e , B ro o k A v e n u e , L y n d h u r s t , and t * W a y n e , N. J . m a in ta in a w a re h o u se a t 650 V a lle y Jo se p h P e tri'lo , 3rd V ic e C o m ­ B ro o k A v e n u e , L y n d h u r s t . r N O T IC E m an d e r, 7P.0 Second A v e ., L y n d * O b je ctio n s, if a n y , shou ld be T a k e no tice th a t N u n z ie P a te rn o m ad e im m e d ia te ly in w r it in g U ra d in g a s P a r k V ie w H o u se ha« h u rs t . N , J . O b je c tio n s, if a n y , shou M b t th e D ir e c t o r of th e D iv is io n of pplied to the B o a rd of C o m m ism ad e im m e d ia te ly m w r it in g to A lco h o lic B e v e ra g e C o n tro l, 1100 lo n e rs of the T o w n s h ip of L y n d F r e d O . T a u b . M u n ic ip a l C le r k , of R a y m o n d B o u le v a rd , N e w a rk , N ew u rst, N ew J e r s e y , fo r a P le n a r y Je rse y. detail C o n su m p tio n L ic e n s e fo ' L y n d h u r s t , N ew J e r s e y . A .W .W L e w a n d o w s k i P o st 20 L y n d a le B e v e ra g e Co. r e m ise s situ a te d a t 7 7 5 R iv e rA m v e ts 650 V a lle y B ro o k A v o . ide A v e n u e L y n d h u r s t , N ew Je rW a lt e r O r lo w s k y , S e cy . L y n d h u r s t , N. J . ey. 361 M aple A v e ., D a te d : J u n e 4, 11, 1970 O b je c tio n s, if a n y shou!d b% L y n d h u r s t , N. J. F e e s : $12.b8 ia d e im m e d ia te ly in w r it in g to red O. T a u b , M u n icip a l C le r k , ot D a te d : J u n e 4, 11, 1970 F e s : *20 9U e ^ y n d h u rst. N ew J e r s e y . N O T IC E N u n z ie P a te rn o T a k e n o t ic e th a t It a lia n A m e r i­ 193 P ro sp e c t A v e ., N O T IC E c a n C i r c l e P o l i t i c a l A s a 'n . I n c . h a s H a c k e n s a c k . N. J . T a k e n o tice t h a t G e r r it y 's In c ., a p p l i e d t o t h e B o a r d o f C c r r im iH .J a te d : J u n e 4, 11, 1970 t r a d in g a s G e r r it y ’s h a s applied s i o n e r » o f t h e T o w n s h i p o f L y n d ­ ' e s s : $ 9 77 to th e B o a rd of C o m m issio n e rs h u r s t. N e w J e r se y , fo r a C lu b l i ­ of th e T o w n sh ip of L y n d h u r s t , c e n s e f o r p t v m i s e s s i t u a t e d a t 1S*2 N ew J e r s e y , fo r a P le n a r y R e t a il C o j > e la n d A v e ., L yn d h u rst, New N O T IC E T a k e no tice th a t Jo h n M a n y k . C o n su m p tio n lice n se fo r p re m ise s J e r s e y . O F F IC E R S AND T R U S T FP « ; nc. tra d in g as L y n d h u r s t B a r •*. s itu a te d a t 136 S t u y v e s a n t A v e ., D o m < n ic k N o t l e , P r e s , 398 T ho­ L y n d h u r s t , N ew J e rs e y . G r ill h a s applied to th e B o a rd m a s A v e . . L v n d h u r s t , N . J. O F F IC E R S of C o m m issio n e rs of t h e T o w n sh ip M i c h a e l G r i l l o , T r e a s . , 244 C o p e ­ R o b e rt K e lly , P r e s ., 2 0 'South S t ., of L y n d h u r s t , N ew J e rs e y , fo r a l a n d A v e . , L y n d h u r s t , N . J. R id g e fie ld P a r k . N. J. R e t a il A lco h o lic B e v e ra g e L ic e n s e Thom as G e r r it y , T r e a s . - S e c y ., M o r r i s S c a r p a , S e c y . , 354 T h o ­ fo r p re m ise s situ a te d at 7 Ridge m a s Av-» , L y n d h u r s t . N . J. 2 94 S . W a sh in g to n A v e ., B e rg e n R o a d , L y n d h u r s t , N ew J e rs e y . fie ld . N. J. P a t R e s t a i n o . T r u s t e e , 3 l*0 S a n ­ OF F IC E R S N a m e of a ll sto ck h o ld e rs holding f o r d A v e . . L y n d h u r s t F lo re n c e P a g lia , P r e s ., 451 R id g e P o m e n ic k NV>tte. T ru ste e , 3 ‘J 0 one or m ore per ce n tu m of the Road, Lyn d h u rst T h o m a s A v e ., L y n d h u r s t . s to r k of s a id co rp o ra tio n . P e r r y D o u g la s, 2 1 7 T o n tin e A v e ., C h a r l e s G e n e c a r e l l i , T r u s t e e , 211 R o b e rt K e lly , 20 So u th S t ., L y n d h u r s t , N. J. C o p e la n d A v e ., L y n ^ h n r v t R id g e fie ld P a r k . N. J. P e r r y D o u g la s. S e c y ., 2 1 7 T o n . L o u is D u ra n te , T ru ste e . 229 T h o m a s G e r r it y , 294 S o . W a s h ­ t in e A v e ., L y n d h u r s t . T h m ia s A v e .. L y n d h u r s t , N . J in g to n A v e ., B e rg e n fie ld N . J. D IR E C T O R S O b je c t io n s , it any, s h o u ld I»«* M a rg a re t B a x t e r , 519 43rd S t. 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M ISS SUSAN D E L RUSSO Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Del Russo of 40 Schuyler Avenue North Arlington, announce the engagement of their daughter. Susan to Michael Ervelli. son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ervelli of 126 Stover Avenue. North Arlington. Both are graduates of North

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Arts Committee will plan for another Arts Festival and en large on the program.

A meeting for ali officers, committee chairman and cochairman of the Evening Mem bership Department of the Lynd hurst Woman's Club will be held Thursday June 4th at the B y The Navigator Staff home of Chairman Mrs. Horace Memorial Day Services chair Bogle. man Frank Jiosi announced the participation of the Council's members was the greatest ev er. After the marchers return ed to the K of C clubhouse, re freshments wen* served by fc’ob Frank and John Gallagher with the aid of the Den Mothers of the troops of Girl. Boy and Cub Scouts, who were guests of the Knights of Columbus. P G K Martin Rafferty, chair­ man o? neu^inations committee, presented a slat? to be votcJ cm Wednesday. June 10. GK. Richard Marsch request­ ed all members to contact their relatives and friends to be sure they fly the American Flag on Flag Day, Sunday. Ju n e 14.

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hold their regular m o n t h l y meeting i’t th*' Old Church Meeting Hall Friday. June 5. at j p.m. The main eVent of the * evening will be the installation of I'le r^w Teen Bo^rd by Mod orator Fr. Martin Silver. The Praix!: Patricia Kowalski, pre S'f.V'ot: Richard Breslin. vice p’cs:dcnt: Stephanie Kobilinski. sjcrc^arv: Ka**en Cross, trea>urv~. Adult Advisors arc: Mr. C*N?ev Evans, president: Mrs. M ary Percv. secretary treasu rer: Mr. Vincent Serzan. fniri tnal: Mrs. Florence Kowalski, cii’turfcl- Mr. Walter l^ciorvv. \t 'etc: M :sscs Genevieve Lend a. I. nda Marie Kowalski a” d Ka ‘h\ Zvlinski. social: artd Mrs r.-**n»d'ne Piekic. oublicity. Coaches a re - Messrs. Jo i George Joseph Jonn H a a-«, Bre-lio a nd J^hr» G poc,,i. bas son nf Mr. and Mrs Georg.' Wc'baP: Kenneth B a s:nski an1 17;>ag of M Kiver Road. North P Mil S^vmia’nwic*/. baseball: Arlington, received his A.B. de­ Mrs. Mandoline G^e^ko a"d cree in history from Rutgers U M-s. Mar^e Vanderbeek »»’•'•t i nxersity. Newark, in ceremon­ mar schorl cheerleaders: M i s s ies on the morning of June 3. Patricia Kowalski, te^n ch*»?rv George plans to continue s t u Voders. a H Mr. Dominic Men dies for a Masters degree in Ed aco. Ftx'cial assistant. ucation. While at Rutgers hi Last Sunday. Mav 31. ?6 CYO was inducted in Beta Slgmn members oarticipated in th'* Rho fraternity.. Annual CYO Track Meet held His parents, who recently cel at Winton White's Stadium. Encbrated their twenty fifth wed iflewood. They won six m e d a l s : ding anniversary, attended gra Edward Kowalski. 2nd nlace. c'uatkm exercises. 440 yard dash: E w a r Kowal­ ski. 2n D ia c e . Jr . CYO b r o a d j u m p : Robert Jones. 1st place, 220 yard dash: Robert Jones. 1st place. 100 yard dash. jr. div. Peter Galiato. 3rd p l a c e . 100 ;\ard ash: Vivian Machinski. ?r place. 75 yard dash: ( and Stephanie Kobilinski placed 5th in basketball competition. The Youth were directed by Mr. Ca s e y Evans, and ail are to be congratulated. On Saturday. June 6. th e CYO members will sponsor an­ other car wash at St. Michael’s church parkin«? lot from 9 a. m until 2 p. m. The donation of $1 will be for Activities Fund.

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A native of Hackensack. Mrs. She is the former Lucille Os Mrs. Joseph Verola of Pomp Verola is a former resident of ton Lakes, a mathematics tea Lyndhurst. She holds a B. A wald of Lyndhurst. cher at Pompton Lake High degree from Paterson State 'School, has been selected to at College. Before joining the t e n d t h e 1970 Summer Institute Pompton Lake High School fac for Secondary School Teachers uKy last fall, »he taught mathe

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C o m m itte e C h a irm e n F o r Even in a D ep t. Mrs. Horace Bogle newly in stalled Chairman of the Even inp Membership Department of the Lyndhurst Woman's Club announced the appointment of committee Chairman for 1970-71 as follows: American Home i Mrs. Walter Steever. Co-Chair man Mrs. George Lehmkuhl. Civics Mrs. Frank Donovan. Cultural Arts. Mrs. Phillip Paul Drama. Mrs. Salvatore DeJack mo. Co-Chairman Mrs. Jam es Hart, Hostess. Mrs. Haroldti Konzelman. Co-Chairman. Mrs. Jo h n Malczynski. Junior Advi sor. Mtrs. Paul Coache. News­ letter. Mrs. Thomas Hickey. Project. Mrs. Kenneth Ruzika, Co-Chairman Mrs. Ralph San tulli. Public Relations. Mrs. John D. McCrea Co-Chairman. Mrs. Benjamin Link. Social Ser­ vice Mrs. Michael Guarino. Mrs W alter Frey. W ays & Means Mrs. Anthony Kemps. Co-Chair­ man Mrs. Edward Molano and Mrs. Louis DeMassi. Y ear Book Miss M arj' Nata^e. Youth G>n servation, Mrs. John Sloan. Mrs. Bogle stated that several standard committees had been e\ aluated and changes been made. Work for Vineland pre viously under the Friendship committee had been assigned to Social Service. Due to the success of the first Lyndhurst Cultural Arts Festival a new committee was created for fu turc work within the area of fine arts under the direction of Mrs. Phillip Paul, the Cultural

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St. M ic h a e ls C ub s R e c e ive C ita tio n s Cub Pack 81 of St. Michael's Church held its monthly meet ir.fi Friday night. The meeting was opened with a flag ceremo uy given by Den 1. Michael Wag rar. Steven Moretti. Matthew \ an Glahn. Michael VanGlahn. and Rk'ky VanGlahn received t'leir bobcat pins. Wolf badges vere given to Joseph Kijewski with one gold and 2 silver ar rows and Paul Serzan with 1 t'<.ld and 4 silver arrows. Kevin Malwitz received 1 gold and 2 silver arrows, and John Mona
County Police attended th e meeting and gave a very infor mative talk on water safety and scuba diving. There was a ques tion and answer period a f t e r the talk. The boy's were able to examine, more closely, all scu­ ta gear after the meeting. The boys enjoyed a day at Shea Stadium last Saturday. However it was not a complete joy since the Mets engaged in a losting effort. The annual picnic will be held June 20 at Bergen C o u n t y Park. Hopefully, d e a r s k i e s w ill prevail and the turnout Will be big.

by Beverly Murphy Can an attractive, young, and very much in love couple live together on a platonic basis to test wheter their feelings are the real thing or the result of fermenting juices? The question is put to tlx- test in "Under the Yum Yum Tree.” a lightweight comedy now in a two-week run at Playhouse on the Mall, Paramus. Directed by Wallace Engle hardt. the show stars Robert Horton, known to millions thru his five year role in the tele­ vision series “ Wagon Train." He's cast as the landlord-occu pant of an apartment house in which the togethcr-but-not-together plan is put into action. Now

Thomas P . Goffredo of Tho­ mas Meloro & Son. 271 Ridge Road. North Arlington, has been appointed a member of the Barre Guild Advisory Board for a two-year term. Janet Kijewski was given a The Baare Guild is located in i i itrficate of appreciation for Barre, Vermont.

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this is no ordinary landlord. He lusts after all his female ten ants, and the guy has so much charm his ardor is -usually re­ turned in full with someone new around, he's about to try again. Horton, let it be noted, is first rate as the likeable teacher.

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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mottola, 520 Laurel avenue. Lyndhurst arc receiving congratulations on the birth of their second child, a daughter. Lisa Ann. born May 2! at Passaic General Hospital. The couple have a son. Frank. Jr . two years old. Mrs. Mottola is the former Marleen La Vecchia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore La Vecchia of I.yndhurst. The second set of proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A. Mottola. also of Lynhurst.

Debbie White is engaging as the young girl who wants to look before she leaps and Robert Tananis as her not al ways so understanding b o yfrierid, is both convincing and funny. Rounding out the cast is Hor ton's real-life wife, Marilyn, highly effective as the most re­ cent bedmate in his string of conquests. Robert Conley, the unusually

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High School Wins Accreditation Lyndhurst High School bask ed ui the sunlight of continued accreditation by the M i d d l e States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. TV. Joseph Polito. principal of the school proudly reported to the student b~dy that the as src;ation. whoce approval is necessary for students seeking to enter the better colleges and universities of the n?*ion. h-^s completed its revaluation of the school and found it good. There must be a special re port by May 1 of next year out lining what plans there are for ’•chevies soace shortages and Tor program developing and ii-pr>iprr>f»n‘ ;n2 study courses. But the big thing came in a

letter from 0. Meredith Parry, chairman of the committee. It said: “ We are happy to inform you that favorable action by t h e Commission on Secondary Schools has approved the con­ tinuance of your school on its Accredited Membershhp for a period of 10 vears, ending De­ cember 31. 1980. “ While the total accreditation period between evaluation visits is 10 years, in order to maintain your accreditation you are ask ed to send to this office a pro gress report by May 1. 1973. This report should reflect the action taken by the school sine? the visitation, re’ative to com mittee recommendations of all

areas. Continued accreditation will be determined by the Com mission on the basis of this re port." Dr. Polito said that all cf the recommendations are being carefully analyzed. "Nevertheless. I think Lynd hurst will be proud and happy to know that after a searc’v ing and comprehensive survey of our school has been found t;» meet the s'anda^ds of an asso­ ciation that is recognized as one or the most demanding in the nation." Dr. Polito ported out Lynd hurst is in the Middle States Association which is considered tike heart of American educa tion.

Cross Sweeps Lyndhurst Vote Ai a recent induction. 26 mem i . rs f f the J u ’vor class of Lynd hurst High School were inductcd into tin* National Honor Society. The Lyndhurst Chapter of th? National Honor Society w a s founded in 1929. and its mem bt vs aix chosen on tl»e basis o! scholarship, leadership, char a e ti r and service. Kacli >ear. 10 }x*r cent :T J ' ■Inner class and 5 per cent of tl.e Sen’or c lass are elected i i membership. To bo eligible, a student must maintain an aver *ge of 85 per cent or better in ail major subjects, plus a num b( r of service points, and a rat ing made by all members of the

It will be Nelson Gross. fo rn fices at stake, displayed the was Gross 232. Quaremba 106. On the Democratic side er Bergen County Republican typicel disinterest. Hudson chairman vs. Sen. Harrison Wil Only 962 voters took tin? trou State Sen. Guarini of County caught the eye of some, liams in November. hie to go to the polls. particularly since the local or of Mr. Don Covert, sang sever This was decided by the vot On the Republican side Gross ganizatien tried to give him al selections. Certificates and ers in a dull primary contest was given an overwhelming nod some help. pins were presented to the new Tuesday. The vote w h s : Williams 338 over his Bergen opponent members by Mr. Vincent Pater The vote Guarini 221. Lyndhurst. with no local of­ Jam es Quaremba. P chard Murray. Debra Nelson, no, assistant principal. Dr. Pci l*ereen Nelson. Nancy N o 11 e. rto addressed the assembly. Ai ] ' an Norwid. Barbara Pasch ter the ceremony, all members burg (vice president). Linda were served by the Letterman’s P otrowski. Lillian Polewacz. Ciub. Refreshments were made Carolyn Po r t e r Linda Rago by the Chef's Club under the A report on the B & E at An By AMY DIVINE I : and of a power saw from the Gcoree Safar (president). Sam direction of Miss Yanetelli. "And a little child shall lead window of Rex Hardware. 31 gclo's Restaurant on May 22 The new members elected ue! Scherzo, Carol S h a g a n. them” — came to mind as we P dgc Rd. after the taped up between 2:45 and 8 a.m. reveal Nancy Shemanski. Joyce Spar their officers on May 28: presi pi ruscd the police news t h i s cracked plate glass front wind ed an east window forced and tc. Charles Spina, Patricia Jzan dent. Michael Scarlatelli; vice, oh is week. The bright spot was af ow had been “ untaped” during a reported $650 in cash Sf.urges. Richard Szulewski. Lil president, Christine F a k o : sec­ f >rdod by the entry that a little the night and the Century paw money from a desk missing. ban Valenti. Dennis Weber.. Ca retary. Janet Kostula. and trea­ And who could have walked girl. Joyce Metcalf, who lives at er saw. valued at $65 removed: rcl Werner. Judy Wolff a n d surer. Joan Neville. 452 Second Ave.. had found a ar d of a cash box containing cut of the yard at 640 Stuyve­ / Deborah Young. Wtter while playing in the town 1*372.90 from the desk drawer in sant Ave. at 7:30 in the eve During the assembly. t h e Lyn d h u rst Resid ent park and noting two dollars en ♦he office of Sika Chemical Co. ning with a power mower and ' Thirteen,’* under the direction ringed ~in the envelope, had tak- o*i May 31 when a thief made not be detected. Stolen $2 a D ies A f t e r C ra sh it to police headquarters. The entry thru a window of the main local lady left in her milkbox to Miss Hazel Conklin. 19. who owner. Mrs. Malarkey of 286 Urvance office, ransacked sev pay her milkman? Meanies. Vandals were at work also: li\ed with Mr. ai>d Mrs. George ^.uyvesant Ave., was grateful e»*al desks and came upon the they broke three plate gla?°, D m ick of 311 Lake Avenue Lyn for the return of her property. box. at dhurst. died Tuesday in Chilton' Thank you. little Joyce, for your On May 26 a charge of Break windows in construction Plains, from the results of in fine example of honesty. & Entry was lodged against G a­ Bellcmeade Corp. area on June a variance application to erect juries she suffered when a In contrast, we must report rv ,A- Johnsen. 27. of Branch 11 and damaged several trucks 37 by 50-foot twobedroom a in motorcycle on w hich she w'as th ¡every: from two Cars — a Brook Dr.. Belleville, after a of Concrete Specialties Co partments to be built as a four r ding coll ded with an automo- tape deck stolen from the car call from Holiday Inn that a the same area, also removing family home on a plot 50 by f rom b'le in Route 23. B u le r. of Joseph La Co^e while it was man was in the laundry room of two fire extinguishers 200 feet.. He was granted a post W ill'am Hudak. 25, of 437 parked in the Elks Lodge lot. t ie hotel. Responding w e r e trucks. ponement until the June 24 Police responded to a call t > Lake Avenue, Lyndhurst. with a;id of a tape player valued at Officers Ca?f»iano. Giamme*ta. meeting. The postponement will whom she was riding was dis $95 from the locked car of An­ Pisano and McSweenev. Though the laundromat at 770 Ridge give him time to straighten out charged from the hospital after tonia Moretto of 542 3rd Ave.. the man was found in the vicini­ Road on the afternoon of Mav problems with the Bergen Coun w'hen Mrs. Helen Bond of treatment. Hudak and Mrs. E l ­ while parked in her driveway ty a witness sworo he saw John t.' Planning Board, and look in eanor Cizzi of West Orange, dr­ overnight: and of strollers and sen inside the premises. John­ North Arlington reported " a to the possibility of either gain iver of the automobile, arc be juvenile furniture from a tailer- sen was released in S2500 bail dcor of the dryer blew open and ing more side yard space b> ir;g charged with causing dea'h truck parked near Ricci’s Diner -nd will appear in local court struck her in the face." Anothnun-owing the building or ac­ (Continued On Page Eight) by accident. lot on Stuyvesant Ave. on June June 11. quiring several more feet from adjacent property. An old build ing on the property, at 239 Ori ent Way. would be demolished.

High Honor Society Inducts 26 Jos faculty w th whom he has had latelli.. Dennis Steel lato. eph Stine and Kenneth Wieland. contact. The previous members are: I hose ir duck'd include: Garv Susan Beckman. Michael Buge Ik m er. Gary Ciesla. Ann Cimi ia Michael Bonelli. Bernadette cata. Linda Coppola. Robert Dc Cag. Ro
Heartwarming: A Child’s Honesty

P A Club Building Plan Approved The Boaid cf Adjustment last weik approved the application rf the Polish-American Citizens Club. 727 New Jersey Ave., to demolish its old bu:!ding and e red a two story brick building. The approval was contingent r»n the cluo's having 92 off street I di king places, with ingress I rom Orient Way and egress on to New Jersey Avenue. Build ing plans must be approved. Adam Kwiatkowski. repre s n'¡n«r the chib, sa d that there would be 140 parking spaces, some on property owned by a

nearby ,-ervice stat on and eth­ er#. on business property adja cent to the club. The club has about 140 mmembers, he said, with about 40 per cent active. Their present building is 60 to 70 years old. in need of re pairs and inadequate, he piin; i'd out. The new building wou'i have a banquet hall upstairs and a bar on the first iloor. Th.' building plans will be submitted fot board approval, he assured the members.. He questioned how soon after approval the building must be erected. Phillip Paul, attorney fo r

tin. board, said that the build ir.g permit must be applied far within three months and the building started within a year, but an extension could be ob tained Proving this, the board gave an extension until the Septem her meeting to the Mt. Carmel Church, the Elks Lodge and Nnrmaze Inc.. all of whom had previously received variances for building. Frank Piscatella. assistant Bergen County counsel, repre sented Thomas SettGnnbrino on

Demand Bocci Co urts For Lyndhurst

A n Artist W ith Stained Glass: Gordon Henderson Learned From Dad When Douf’as Ustro. fomi'T president rf the Lyndhurst Board of Education, wanted to presen' Reed Memorial Pro; b\ tenan Church with a memorial for his late wife he telephon'd a former neighbor, to'd him what he wanted and then c-im missioned the work. Today behind the altar of Fieed Memorial are three glass panels emplaced by Gordon Henderson, one time Lyndhurst resident, who carries on in an i\o*.ic but disappearing art of creating stained glass windows. It is an art that has been our sued by Hendersons for three .(■negations — beginning in Scotland. Henderson, who new live« a"d carries on his business in Ruth crford. once was a neighbor of Mr. Litton who lives a-t 321 Ton t ne Avenue, close to R e e d

Memorial Church. The church to which Mr. Lis ton devotes much time today has always been close to tiii' Liston family. Dr. Reed, who was pastor of the church, w as Mrs. Liston’s father. One cf the panels asked for b\ Mr. Liston was to embody tho ora vine hands by Durer which had been a favorite of \Ii*s. Liston. After a discussion with Mr.. Liston. Henderson turned th< ideas over to his designer. F. W. Baker of Pomptcn Lakes. Baker, who studied his craft in England, prepared sketches which Mr. Liston approved. Then Henderson went to work in ins one man studio shoo at f;0 West Passaic Avenue. Ruth i 'ford. When the panels were com pleted and installed they gave

Sum m er D ay C a m p R e g istra tio n W i l l B e H eld A t he P a rk s D eo artm en t 250 C leveland A ve., L y n d h u rs t

E ve ry S a tu rd a y F o r C h ild re n 5 - 1 4 Y ears of A g e S ta rtin g Ju n e 6 — 8 A .M . to 2 N oon $1 R e g is tra tio n F e e 5 yr.-old» must bring B ir t h C ertifica te s

tne historic Lyndhurst church interior a rich glow. "it is the satisfaction of see ing a piece of work after it is finished that makes this yro worthwhile." said Henderson. "You feel that you have helped t.» create a little more joy. a littie more comfort in t h i s world.” Henderson learned his art aT the feet of his father, who. in turn, had learned it from h i s father. When Henderson was gradua­ ted from Lyndhurst High School he knew what he was go ing to,rfo. He was going into the s.>me business pursued by his lather. This meant that he wou'd be on call for work ail o\ er the country. "Bu t there have been l o c a l jobs.” said Henderson. He is pi oud of the Holy Fam Jy win

c1 w he created for Queen

of Pi ace Church. North Arlington I'c has done work in many ot the Lvndhurst churches. In New York lie has done windows for Grace Church. Churc of Thomas More and St. John the Divine. Henderson as done windows for St. M ary’s Church. Ruther ford. The ait is difficult to master. Blown glass, wire, soldering i rons. dexterous hands and ima ^’nation are needed. But most of all there must be the satisfaction the artist gets from the creation of something t* ai others will enjoy and ad mire and. perhaps, be the be* ter for aving witnessed an artist’s achievement. At 51. Henderson is filled with the .boundless enthusiasm of the f'rtist..

Firework Ban Strictly Enforced Police Chief Howard C. Liddle ei s” at any time, is to stop the of the Lyndhurst Police Depart practice immediately immediatelv. rnent has issued the following Anyone responsible for shoot notice to all citizens: mg off fireworks will be prose Fireworks are not to be shot cuted to the full extent of the of’f by any citizens in the Town law. ship of Lyndhurst, State of A controlled display of fire­ New Jersey. works. fur the Ju ly 4th celebra Any person, or persons, guil t’on. is permitted when this dist> of the violation of shooting p'ay is supervised by the Town off "firewords' or '‘firecrack ship's Officials

by Carolyn Soatucci Approximately fifteen repre­ sentatives of Lyndhurst’s Sen ior Citizen Organization were piesent at the Board of C o m m ssioners meeting Tuesday. May 26. They w'ere there to complain at the open hearing that they have no decent bocci courts to play on. According to their sjx>kesman Anthony Dclassio of 104 Kingsland Ave., the temporary courts which the town set up in place ol the old ones which stood where the new Pa tsy’s ShopRite parking lot now stands, can not be* used because t h e ground is nott level. Commissioner Joseph A. Ca rucci. Jr .. explained that the township of Lyndhurst now owns the land w'hich the bocci players had been using. Before they had only leased it. Con sequently. plans are now being made for a recreation area on that spot. Township Engineer Michael Neglia is currently working on

cost estimates w’hich will be put Jjefore the Board in two weeks. Ca rucci stated that it wrould take about three months fo r work on the recreation area to be started... He asked for the help of some of the senior citi zens in planning the bocci courts since they have "lots of knowledge about the right play ing terrain" and also tbere^are limited personnel in the Parks Department. Martin Carrig of 329 Weart Ave. questioned Mayor Peter J . Russo about the Police and Fire Departments using the front lawn outside the firehouse to park cars. Carrig remarked that over the past weekend a Chief of Police car was parked there. He said he .thought ar rangements had been made with Patsy’s Shop-Rite to help the parking situation. Mayor Russo said he would check into it. Carrig also questioned Com missioner Thomas J . Gash a bout granting terminal leave

with pay, which he thought was being done to Frederick Taub. township clerk. Gash explained that Taub. who will retire in October, was on "Advisory- ca pacify." Herbert Perry, deputy clerk, said that Taub doesn’t come in every day. He said Taub had been in about two days a week for the past three weeks. Terminal leave, according to Gash, is covered in the new or­ dinance which w?as introduced at this meeting. The ordinance, which will be the first classificetioon of town jobs, was ap­ proved unanimously by t he Board. Included in the ordinance is a statement of policy for full time employees, with the excep­ tion of police, the town attorn ey. engineer and assessor, the commissioners and all elected officials and members of the boards. Gash said that the ordinance should have been enacted 50 years ago. He declared the

night, "historic.” due to t h e major achievement of the ordi nance. Another ordinance regulating junkyards was put up for pub lie hearing. One of the owners of the junkyard on Riverside Avenue, was at the meeting to question the ordinance. A junkyard is defined by the ordinance to be a place where "two or more motor vehicles which are not fit for use wiil be stored." The owner of t he junkyard wanted to know if the members of the Board of Com­ missioners were qualified to recognize whether or not a ve lvcle was disabled.. The ordinance also called for the removal of gas from the tanks within 24 hours after the car is dumped. It also stated that a 7'ft. solid wall or fence was to surround the area in which tlie cars were dumped. No car should be positioned so that rain water can accumulate. The owner of the junkyard

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Couple's Case Goes To Grand Ju ry A Riverside Avenue couple a-rested in Lyndhurst for pos­ session of drugs will have a Grand Ju ry hearing, it was de­ cided last week by Judge Willi am Bivona. The couple are Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Conover. Tw'o men who pleaded guilty to having drug paraphernalia in their possession were given severe warnings and suspended sentences. Harry F Schneider. 322 For est. Ave.. w'ho admitted to re

centl.v finishing a one year jail sentence, was fined S30 and giv en a six-month suspended jail sentence on the stipulation that he stays away from known drug users and remains working. B i­ vona told the man. who said he w as on methadone and is 'on treatment at Bergen Pines Hos­ pital. that if he breaks the con ditions he will go to jail for a year. Charles Quartararo, 151 San ford Ave.. who received a sixmonth suspended jail sentence

a rid was placed on probation fot
John J . Ryan. 144 Riversid*» Ave.. had a partial preliminary hearing of a similar charge ex tended to a future date at the request of the town prosecutor Anthony Meola. when Meola f'Hind that records from T r en ton were missing from the files. Jesse Moskowitz of Jersey Ci ty. attorney, had requested that the charge be dropped be cause the detedives had n o t advised his client of his right to refuse them entrance to his apartment