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LIII-NO. 46
WOODBRIDGE, N. J., THURSDAY. DECEMBER 14, 1961
'Ill
I..
oard of Education
eceives Wukovets
Succumbs at 57
Resignation Letter
WOODBRIDOE - With a little more than a week left
before Christmas, The Inrtepei\dentВ»Leader Christmas Fund
must raise an additional 51,619.05 if we are to be able to tnke
.'IDOK -The iesin- care of the 114 Township needy families recommended to
Krancis Wukovets, by local, county and stnte welfare aiiencies. The minimum
i: Mie Board of Ed- needed is $4,000. At press time we raised a total of $2,;i80.9B
... ;i:n\i'd from Ven- That sum was swelled by a
,1 u is understood;$500 donation from a Perth!
led to the Board as Amboy friend of Charles E.:
i MUCUS lart night. Gregory, editor and publisher!
.niton will be acted'of this paper, who died Sunday '
v, Wednesday nighty „ 8ufflclent m o n e y ta ^ j
rung of the Board. a n d t h e C n r l B t m i l s p ^ , s a))le ,
mnatlnn. Mr. Wuk- to take care of the 114 families;
|
It will be the largest number1
renret that because ever assisted by The Inde-'
, commitments I wlir pendent - Leader Christmas
n continue as a mem- Fund in the sixteen years of Its
W'xxibrtdВ«f Board of existence.
COLONIA - Eleven-ytwDonations received this wwk
old Eileen Wolf, Gaywond
in ilmnk all concern- were aВ« follows.
Avenue, knows the meaning
!ped in making my
,5M
. v|В»<r!e!ice In which I _
_
. . „ , . of pain and because she does,
many p l e w n t and F r o m ft P e l t h A m b В°y F r l c n d - she did the best for other
children who are 111
v nvmories.1'
,
WH
n understood that August P. Qrelner ln memory; , Eileen has had two opera• VW.PI, who was o' Charles E. Gregory.
| tions on her spine and will
have to wear a brace on her
p Town Committee
IM.00
| back until she is grown up.
eel will assume his Schwenwr Brothers.
i Despite her handicap, she
a*. First Ward repU5.06
rang doorbells in six blocks
.lanuary 1. will also Molnar Electrical Contrac- in her neighborhood, seeking
:i uВ»imtlon to the tors, Woodbridge Lions Club. collections for the Sister
•>!>• Dvcmber 20 Everett 0 . Reid, Dr. Sitfmund
J. dayman. Mr. and Mrs. John Kenny Drive.
Pappas.
Her efforts were brought to
i). ulliitr Sr4
the attention of Mayor Fred120.00
County Supertax
Schools Robert R Michael J. Amodlo in mem- erick M. Adams who wrote to
Eileen as follows:
,:;red that Thurs- ory of Charles E. Gregory.
JI5.M
"As honorary chairman of
• 4 at 4 P. M . Is
the Sister Kenny Drive, I
• i<)r persons who. From an Amboy Friend.
SIM*
was thrilled and inspired by
• r.ominatliiR uvtl-j
:::didHtes for the' Women'l Club of Iselin, Mr. the report I received of your
.(iiimUon. ThВ« an- and Mrs. Herbert B. Williams, outstanding work during our
.' Kducation elec- Mrs R. 8 KlllenberKer. Mr. recent drive.
Irs. Jack Laden, Mr. and
"I know about your two
1)
(Mrs. Frank Hirth. Mr. and Mrs. operation* and that you wear
jWilllam Johnson, Woodbridge! a brace and this is what
o В«IM, w vote
Junior High School. Room 28: makes your activities so com•ciNi must be *" Dr Joseph 3. Mark, Mrs. Pet- mendable.
•I 40 days prior to
er9On ., r l f l n O r a ( l e m aewaren
"Please accept my sincere
the Township S c n o o l l n 1 | e u o ( „ , exc hange personal thiuiks for your eflh(1 C o u n t y B o B r d of xlfu. Edward J. Gallagher,
forts, I hope and pray that
lit (1 on PRВ«e 2'
Dorothy McfCenna. Woodbridue in His merciful goodness AlCamera Club, Anonymous, Mr. mighty God will see fit to reand Mrs Carl Schmidt. Mr. ward your unselfish help for
and Mrs Norman R. Pape
other sick children by granting you relief from your own
illness.
Theta PI Sorority.
"May you have a Very
A Friend, Anonymous, from a' Merry Christmas and a Hap1
Prlend, Mr and Mrs. Louis P. py and Healthy New Year."
UX.1K — Efforts Kantor, Mr. and Mrs. A. W.'
•
"f home of the Re- Scheldt, Aufnista Jensen, A
•: the Town Com- Wend from Avenel, Mrs. Quig- I « f p l * C p r « | l f t f l
ure a job for Town'ley m memory of Hugh p , : l l l I C 1 O C ^ U U 1 1
r Carl P, Wheeler. Qutgley. an Avenel Friend. Car.ir have evidently oiyn Valentine Cohen, Joseph
A. Modreski, Harold J. Bailey,
•iei was appointed Mrs. Daniel Gibson, Daisy A
and his term runs Rusl1 ' u d i e f l A u x l l i R r ? В° r C o ' AVENEL - The dangerous
1 when the Demo- lВ° nl В» F t r e District 12, Anony- R o u t e i-Avenel street intersecV<T the admlntstra- mous, 8 Whitaker, Mr. and tioll t o o k a n o ther life Tuesday
Mrs. L. R. Potter. In memory >HfU,rnom,.
, of Charles E. Oregon', Mr. and T h ] s t i m e l h e VK:Um w a s 29| Mrs. Julius Blake in memory 'yettr-old J. C. DuRtiin. Avene
В«adv of Charles E Gregory.
Street, formerly of GermanWheelers term
WillilUI1
to Patrolmen Jo-
MayogLauds
11-Year-Old
For Charity
iicH
alld
it
CharleB
was attempting
ttM
Mrs. Ullian Rossiwr, ;tor . u . a ii eri o w a e d by Ryder
Naricy and Ellen Burk.W. Ko-; T a l l k L i n e s orcensooro, N. C,
walczyk. a Friend, Clyde and ! a n ( 1 drjVen by William Clifton
the
Conway, 27. Stoneville, N. C,
Frank RuUn
ll-i'll'Ct
crashed into the driver's sidi
^ A r i . u , u d , M rs. M В« . ^ e t Cat of the cur.
alano, Miss Peggy Cutalano.
Witnesses, including a *'В»ni
l..i:i:e
'
1(n who was stopped alongsid
PARTY TONIGHT
'.Uuifgln's cur waitiiw for the
WOODBRIDGE-The Atner- lislit to chuiwc and an off
'•d ^adisori was the en-lcus Chapter Order of DeMoluy duty patrolman trav^luiK tn
unjler the previous will have a Christmas party to- opposite way, gave
the liaht hud chanRi-d tc
Admlrustration. Heniglit, 8:00 at the Masonic that iContinued
on Pane i>
В»(i last yew.
|TvmpU\ 94 Green Street.
•
III'
.,f
PRICB TEN CENTS
Last Rites Held
For C. E.Gregory
Many At
Messages From All Over Editor's
/V./. Express Deep Sorrow Funeral
[\wl Vogel Christmas FundVshort
''lBoartl $1,619; Case Load Heavy
i
•ntnad M Ind CftMi IttU
At P. O.. Woodbridne, H. 1.
I
Farewell to Publisher:
W( x UJBRIDGE—Messages of tivity in the communities he Able and civic endeavors. His
und sympathy have served. He could write well loss will be keenly felt by me, W O O D B R I D G l ~ A t
i pouriiiK in from all over and without hestitancy and he personally, and I am sure by all s i m p l e but impreartv*
Jersey on the death of did not fear controversy. His my associates on the governing
iClmili-s Edwyn drogory, pUti- pen and hta voice will be missed. body. Our sincere condolences funeral services Tuesday
afternoon at The First
go out to "hid wMow, Lucy,,
:h.ili>-r of Tlw Ift4В«pВ«r
'Leader, Carteret Press, B nd| Assemblyman "i. E a w a r fl well as to me staff-*f his news- Congregational Churtto,
the municipality said faro! Edison Township-Fords Bea-|Crablel: The citizens of Mid- paper.
well to Charles Edwyn
con
dlesex County and Woodbridge Former Maybr August
in all cases they note MrJ.Tuwnshlp tb particular have
t h e Greiner: The death of Charles Gregory, publisher of The
CHARLES EDWYN GREGORY
, ^ . . , u . y s accomplishments
fI ao rrijSf в„ў d В»
, j
^
w people,accompiuunenu
not only in the comgH1f i n g of Charles E Gregory E. Gregory is Indeed a great Independent Leader, Carof though
thought loss to the aommunity and a teret Press and Edtopn
irrtinities his papers served, but ' " independence
to
ut
great personal low to me ToВ«jiahlp-Fords Beacon.
f
"^^
,,
P
,
throughout the county.
thoughts in writing will be Charles was devoted to his
The messages read as follows:
friends and had a sincere desire Rev. Boyd Johnson, who
missed
Governor Robert B. Meyner:
to aid at all times for the bet- officiated, read Mr, Gregew Jersey lost a good citizen Mayor Frederck M. Adams: terment of the community. He ory's favorite Psalms— the
m : will be sorely missed in the
23rd, 46th and 121st. Other
ind journalism a good man in j The death of Charles E. Greg- future.
readings from the New
,he death of Charles E. Greg- ory is a tragic loss to this com>ry. His career had followedjmunlty which he loved and Mayor-eleet Walter Zirpolo: Testament included Rom"Let each man think himself В»n act of God,
pattern that once was classic!served with his pen, his heart, The communty has suffered a ans 8, Second Corinthians,
n the trade— from a news and his labors so long and so great loss in the pausing of Chapter
His mind a thought, bis life a breath of God;
Ch
4
ti
4; Revelations,
iesk at the State Capital to:well. For years, both as a pri- Charles E. Gregory. He was
And let each try, by great thoughts and good deeds,
21 and John,
p
iwnership of his own papers.lvate citizen and the Editor of dedicated to his chosen pro- Chapter
To show the most of Heaven he hath in him."
C h t 14.
ts editor and publisher, he'our local newspaper, he has fession and he steadfastly and Chapter
;ave his work
almost
been in the
of those
iorption
and so
large total
was abhis working
for vanguard
any project
that courageously applied its prin- Men and women from all
:oncept of a newspaperman's; he felt was for the good of our cipal to his dedicated devotion over the State ^-were jreseat
A great man passed away Sunday.
calling that he was identified Township; he gave of himself to the many thousands who for the services. At tfie family's request there were no
with every aspect of civic ac- unstintingly to numerous chariThe light which had been so strong and
(Continued on Page 2)
flowers, except for a beautiful
which had shown the way to many, suddenly
blanket on the casket but doflickered . . . and died out.
nations to The IndependentLeader Christmas Fund or
But the strength that was his, the true
Perth Amboy General Hospital
charity that was an important part of him, and
Building Fund, in ilfri Gregall his efforts on behalf of o t h e r s j l j
ory's memory, will be'tytpreelated.
''!'/>/''
live on, For, it is said, it
Servurf as honorary . I '
we live, but how.
trier's cpnctlUon
r* is, natiu'&Uy beareet w*re thВ« Board of
j
^
p
lbiW K, To
T make mat Governors of Perth Amboy
to"be-jolly, the old
uneraplbyiWe
.Charles Edwyn
RT
aymp goes, but there is no
ters worse file children have General Hospital, the Board of
lical three score years and ten, but in the years cheer
been ill quite a bit the past few
of the First Bank and
which were his, he was a decided factor in all Mrs. X.in the home of Mr. and Donations to The Inde- months. The only income is Directors
Trust Company and staff
pendent-Leader Christmas
that was good for the community.
It seems Mr. X has been out 1'und may be sent to The from the Welfare Department. members of The IndependentLeader.
Disabled
Fearless and conscientious, with the welfare of work for quite some time andi I n d e p e n d e n t-Leader, 18
he bills have piled tip sky high. Green Street, Woodbridge.
Present at Rites
The head of the household in
of the Township always uppermost in his mind, There
are three pre-school
should be drawn in this case tU4) was recently re- Among those attending were
he was always a'true crusader—unafraid to children and Mrs. X is expect- Checks
the name of The Indepen- leased from the hospital with a Archibald Alexander. Secreng a fourth child next month. dennt-Leader C h r i s t i n a s permanent disability. Social tary of State Edward J. Patten,
speak out in defense of what he believed to be
This week Mr. X finally got a Fund.
right,
Security and County Welfare representing Governor Robert
ob, but the income is insuffiThe Independent - Lender applications are pending and B. Meyner, Warren Wilentz,
We, who were closest to him, often felt he cient to meet the day-by-day contributes
all costs of ad- meantime the Welfare Depart- Middlesex County Counsel, Assapped his strength by working hard and long expenses. The Independent- ministering the fund. Every ment is assisting. There are six semblyman Norman Tanzman,
hours for the many causes in which, he was in- Leader Christmas Fund will penny donated goes directly children in the family — three Freeholder George Otlowski,
out .... if sufficient funds to aid the needy In the form pre-school and three in school. Mayor Frederick M. Adams,
terested. Even though nature sent him several help
are donated. (Case 10P
of food baskets, clothing ln Because they are young the Mayor-elect Walter Zirpolo,
warnings to slow down, Mr, Gregory continued
Christmas can be a sad time sizes not donated and in ex- mother cannot leave them to Carteret Mayor Stephen Skiba
to give of his best—for somehow he could never for the old as well as the young, ceptional cases, some cash.
and members of the Medical
find work.
if there is no money. Case 103 Fruit baskets are also sent to
say no to those who sought his assistance.
Staff of Perth Amboy General
The Independent-Leader has Hospital.
is a widow, without family. She
Day after day, the meek and the proud, the has been ill for some time — Township patients in the set a goal of $4,000 — expecting Mr. Gregory, 57, who resided
of area hospitals. All to take care of approximately
rich and the poor, the ordinary citizen and top suffering from both diabetes wards
donations are acknowledged 100 fajnilles. But the list has at 129 Green Street, died Sunand
ulcers.
Because
of
her
illofficials called to seek advice—and the latch
in The Independent-Leader grown to 114. We can take care day at Perth Amboy General
ness she cannot work. We will unless otherwise requested.
string was always out.
of the additional cases, only If Hospital after a long illness.
do our best to make Christmas
additional contributions are re- He Is survived by his widow,
It is no wonder that Mr. Gregory was held more cherrful for her this year
Lucy, nee Ferguson; a sister,
ceived.
Mrs. Hilding L. Person and a
in high regard, respect and esteem by all who t h r o u g h The Independent- best to find cures, but meantime when mental illness strikes Checks should be drawn in m e M ) M i s s Suzanne Person,
Leader Christmas Fund.
had the opportunity to know him.
Mental Health is in the lime- a family, it becomes difficulty. the name of Independent- Holden, Mass.
As we write the symbol, 30,—the newspaper- light a great deal these days. There are five children in this Leader, 18 Green Street, Wood- Mr. Gregory was born ln
Winthrop, Mass., November 27(
man's way of indicating the end—somehow we The scientists are doing their family and because of the fa-'bridge.
1904. He was of old New Engdo not feel it is the end, but really just the
land ancestry. He received his
beginning.
bachelor's degree from Amherst
College, Amherst, Mass., and
We do not believe that a man's good works
his Master's degree from Harend with his passing. We feel the memory of
vard University.
Charles Edwyn Gregory—his faith in people, his
He worked on newspapers in
belief in spiritual existence, his humility, h i |
Boston and New York, before
kindness and his understanding will live on.
WOODBRIDGE — Exactly "Parent's should urge their ed space or equipment. Fitness coming to New Jersey in 1927,
8,836
and girls in grades children to participate in suiiu for living is something we can- when he became head of the
And as for us, here on the newspaper, Charles one toboys
six in Township schools sport such as hiking, skating not buy. No one can give it State House Associated Press
Edwyn Gregory has not passed on. He lives in were given the Kraus Weber cycling, swimming, rowing to us. Wt- must work for it. OurBureau In Trenton.
the hearts of each and-every one of us—a bright. Minimum Muscular Test — a tennia and golf. Children can bodies aie only as strong as we In Wondbridge 28 Yean
Mr. Gregory came to Wflodshining light urging us on to do bigger and bet- physical fitness test — and 44,8 do exercises at home. Push ups, make them. Our muscles can bridge
in January, 1934, as edlonly be madii strong as we make
per
cent
failed,
Ernest
Dubay.jsit
ups,
floor
touching
can
be
ter things.
(Continued on Page 2)
Physical Education Supervisor, conducted without much need- them through use."
-30—
announced today. The national
average of failures is 57.9 per
—30—
Charles rfdwyn Gregory
Christmas Case List for Township
Needy Continues to Grow^teadily
How to Give
44.8% of Students in First 6 Grades
Flunk inPhysical Fitness Examination
cent.
Mr. Dubuy noted that the
failurt rate Of European children, despite la relatively poor
standard of (living, is only 8.7
per cent.
PavsiiiR the test Here 4.881
pupils -•- 4,570 boys were tested, with 2.264 passing for an
juvn-iiiu' of 47.3 iwi1 cent. Also
Itcsled were 4.266 BH'ls. with
12.617 iJiissini* for an nverune of
l(il.;f per cent,.
j Mr. Dubiiy explained that the
ite.iiinn program revealed a
we:ikne.v, 111 the abdominal
muscle .sire IIB th IWct in the
•tlcMbilu.v i>l the lower buck
liaiseKs and lininstrliH' muscles
,1)1 I lie !'"'.x
I KI Much Sitting
'I'lil: amdltion, lie exiihuned,
i:, lirnip.'lit. about by "tou much
tiiil'i:^" Cm'teeUuu. the .silperviMii1 's;ilil, .sli'.iuld tiih* p'iti'e ut
In onl 'r to correct this couUluiim. I lie PMVMCHI education
jinijirfiin has been einphustanu
j i u u r e i:aHbtlit'iiicВ», walking,
rumiiim and jumping activities. TO HELP K1IHHK.S; Tlmmas Haurtth.nl, boys and girU chairman, Krewuts a check te
eiiUs can do much at $200 to fast I'resident Julm Molnar, who will present it to the Kiddie Keen Well C»»f,
STUDENT8 ATTEND SEMINAR
school honor itudent* В»t В»nirleiiib
В»r, Dorothy ScblHi GВ»il NtvrrauВ»lВ»y;
Cart! DobM; third row,
to a
grouii uf WoodbrldKf
Lift to right, first ruw: Juatiiie Baumgarten, Diane Dabul, Elisabeth
SUhl, Marjarle Oslraek, Mary Uw Smyth, Carol Siraun. Susan Marjwnaa,
Ollm Cooiwman, Andrew. Futey, Robert Brown and James Mehesy.
nomt; to encourage theh' child- duriiiv Tuetday ninht's meeting of the KiwauU Club. In the photo, from left to rujbt, a n
ren to be more active tn their UeorВ«e Kurica, nrt-sldent-de.t; Mr. lUiiralwn, Mr. Multisr, J*hu Sehwan, tmwurcc, M 4
Krank Ktenen, В»ke preikienU.
leisure hours," Mr. Dubay said.
THURSDAY. DECEMBER 14, 1W1
PAGE TWO
1
Messages Express Sorrow
Last Rites Held
helping hand. His low to the1
Imitation And the ever-present .sUmuUtlm Influence and
flower m :-.w lapel merely В« n - l a n В» hasbeen a ВЈ В» t help to community 1* Indeed tragic.
Catholic Mothers
development Agency. He resigned both posts lairt year due
to tailing health.
M FASHION
(Continued from Page 1)
tor of the old Woodbridgt Inbeautiful gifts
llmpact on our
i-li. Alexander: It was a shock toj
EilCCl U t l l C C r S dependent. In 1943. he became
'Continued from Page 1> tender and worn and a soli
that my great lovB;profound and of great
publisher of The IndependentThe very short <,f.
hear
of
the
passing
of
Charlie
looked to him for guidance and that sms too Renfrew and selfGregory through'Cfsnce.
8EWAREN—Membent of the
d Edl
Leader, Carteret Press and
Edi- 'Continued from Page l)
<* the girls „..•,'-.
iQretory. a very personal friend.
coun.tr 1. My family joins me less He. a man who had the
10 secret.;
son Townahip-FordВ» Beacoh'oreen when Duggin started or knock knees T
powrr to punish and
in mourninp hi* death
wear them a,
and president of the Wood-:across the highway.
m o , v*M««»ir., * learned munttr will mi« his wise coun-,""" *"°
—
alvisys used that jxnwr ~ В» . ..
meeting on
;n:i I
d to becomirtlfiiy I
Duggin, married and the do
heartfelt sorrow about the sel and hi* comforting words;**в„ў".
, . ih catholic bridge Publishing Company.
Nwman Tarn- g i w g n d build, and did tbte .combined
В°tner
7
all the
j j
^
He served as president of the I father of two children. i l l tan be worn m u c h I.;.
h l l suaaer, death of Mr. Gregory.^ encouragement. Mrs. A J n - ' J * в„ў ^
man; The trasfc death of j ^ , , , ,.hP j g c t that he
Welfare Bure u
m<M
we His death li a tragedy to thislander join* me In expressing
* '
Board of Oovernors of the; thrown from his car by the lm-tight ones.
ft
Charle? Edwyn Gregory is an o t understand or tolenU
^ahedI «*»• H e « » w o f h l n > i e U mre-isjuipnthy to Mr* Oreitory and Officers elected for 1962 were Perth Amboy General,' Hospital -pact and the body dragged 146
ftunnmg blow to all the people foimejs, much less dishonesty.,
'
- for everything good his family in their hour of named aВ» follows: prealdent, for 16 yean At the time of hls'fwt by the tank truck, Detec- Beautiful " g ^
of'the Raman Say area and a No> D M
tood for He will be bereawmmt
Mr*. Qeorge Polkowskl; vicedeath he was in the midst oljtlve Joseph Wildman Mid. TheВ«hoirn in the si
mined In Carteret.
[president. Mrs. Thomas Hen- plans for a second drive for!young father was pronounced holiday Knon t
: Grocery unselfishly de- m]Xh Of himself for his torn all died a
Uwii S. Jaertton: His ac- nessey: recording secretary, funds now beinc conducted tordead on the scene by Dr. Irv-fcВ«H lai nj colors
\o<fd ВЈ;< life to wrrinf hi* He was a priceless treasure to
of state Edward J.
the touch that a pa,.
;f>?T.i:: a: prat, sacrifice woodbridge and one of the ratten: In the death of Mr. AMemblrmaB-eleet GoMВ» J. complishmenU for and behalf Mr*. Robert Colgan; Corres- a second addition to the hoВ»-iing Zuckerberg.
of
end ir. complete disregard tr ^*nt<» j mtat precious posseodevoted Brifiani: "It is with deep regret the Perth Amboy General Hos- ponding secretary. Mrs. Robert pltal—construction of which is Detective Waldman said yes- ..jfoh",
we
lost
a
h:s {iriff.r.a; wli-brtng Hf wa?
friend whose example will re- that 1 notice the passing of pttal by his untiring efforts and Braian and treasurer, Mrs now going on t'nder his dlrec- terday that Duggin had been [-L I* в„ў o r f a r '
erIorlls!
traly R champion of the people,
he'mala В«n inspiration for all HUCharlei K. Gretory. In the years time, marks him as oni of the Joseph Segreto.
Uon. the institution gained holding t^p Jobs. He wnrltrd
''
hl, modest
cnrsntly FlrMnp to prrtMt
philantrophlati of our, A chrurtnua basket »ai given recognition all over the coun- for thr western Electric at H am bu~a~M •
wt;
- l n , I w n В» i . | e r f w В« t o Perth Amboy Oen-he ha* been publisher of
j
p
h l l f for;
f to Birter Mary.de Paull to
t dde-try as beintnne of the finest Clark during the night shift gift* may run '« •••'
:r.urp*t»«» we heart, tne c o w e w n e * , , ^ Uosm\
will be forever Independent-Leader he has time. He pave off hlnuelf
c^muntty and :t.В« in- the protector, th# guardian and
n U 1
l
(I
nH/VT
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U
4
earned the respect ot everyone this prat job. He will be missed Wer to Morrig Hall, Home for khospitals
In
\tir
nation.
and В«for *the
Acme
Mill andmtm o r c o l ! a ~ '",
!•:.<• Ki5 marf aceom- the real hope ot a better Woodfor hte " " for { o r• h l s" jeartoaroess, candid-to
•"
'
Uimber Company durlna the add glamour to
Honored
by
1
,. . r:T5 arc arkr, Pledge-bridge. And yet, he> was 10ft and n , ^ M , vВ«irl. CВ«mmltteВ«-^^ g n d mmeas. By his death pronounced qualities and dedonateB by the group. BOMS of
day. He was returning U> the oogtumt and a >,
m'-nu; hif 5jcc*f5 iv-rard this understanding — the PerfM^nun-etaet: It ' a s with deep woodbridge and this county serred distinction.
Christmas cards were also sent In 1956. the Woodbridge lumber
*""•>»«*» wiih far U wrvMr,
Township
Council
of
Civic
md. Al! tf us who had the priv-personification of his favortte w m ) W t t l a t j leirned В«f * ' h a r e lost a great force for good.
•
:to each Individual at the home
*
M
Clubs named Mr. Gregory the when the accident •eourred.
i>eВ« n| knoTinp Mr Gregory phrase. -Sweetness and Light."j degth 0 ( m gOod friend andM a y j tender to his family and' n 1
f
I
to
send
to
their
relatives
and
Members of the Detective Panw В»;P b ,:
'Man
of
the
Year"
for
"merlhad the Frpflt?5t admiration Hf was a most attractivei M i g h b o r Charles E. Gregory higjuffmy heartfelt sympathy | D O . 0 1
.friends.
torious'civic advancement." Hc|Bureau said yesterday that at some of the shopnr.d refpM for him. We have character in so many unusual to w t K ) m 1 o j w n looked for ta ^^ bereavement and loss.'-, , _ ..
. ^^, _
,.
I Final arrangement* w e r e
also received the Citizenship!least 40 per cent of all themlnded. with ;...
been enriched by his friendship and varied ways. His very 6P-guidance He wa* always ready:
., 'Continued rrom page v
made for preparing a Chlrstmas
Citation from Bnal Brlth and) traffic fatalities they cover bodice. For the ••
and-will sure!? miss his wise pearanoe at any tune, at any i y, i ^ j shaTid to those In need j Coaunltteeman thomas J.of Hections offlce, Perth A
'counsel and cuidanre.. His un-place, fas a strikirtg contradJc-'j^d gВ»ve of hi* time to fatiCitttio: With the death of boy.
'
^ ^ j o r % n r t ^y funlly in the "Heart of Oold Certificate occur at the Avenel Street- this creation mufrom Deborah Hospital uul Route 1 Intersection. tAcal po-linen and1
timely passing leaves a void it Uon of unpresBions. His severe-, wise counsel to many whOjCharles E. Gregory, a serious There is a great deal of con- W o w j b r i ( jв„ў Township
il
rarely cover turnpike and panto wit, ,
will be imposible to fill.
ly dignified manner, and bear-ijoug^t it. His death Is a. greatjyoid WUJ be felt by this oom-iJecture ts to who will run for At the close of the businew Sanitorlum because of hU
to help the *iek 'parkway accident* which are ing three quarts
ing. and clothes could not eon- \0$s t 0 our Township.
imunity for he was a courage- the five vacancies.
d voted efforu"
meeting the group wrapped
1
He was also prrsented a clta- handled umially by the State It may aluo ha
Qavid T. Wtlenta, former At- ceal the warmth and aflectlon
principled and out-j William Bihler. who was re
toUetries which will oe
ous
ll
h
'sasli.
toriry General: This fine, hum-of his soul His all embracing Mayor Stephen SkAa, Car-.spoken
^ _advocate of good gov- center appointed to the seat distributed to Infants at 8 t tton by thr Middlesei County:WВ»llee.
We,'simple, lovable human be-smile spired by that little tВ«et: This community reВ«rВ«*, e r n ment.
ent
HlВ» voice was the vacated by Ruth Kahree, will g n s a b e t h Maternity Home,
tog was. Just too good to live, touch of Kew England twang, the untimely passing of a most
R
of a fearless, knowledge- undoubtedly run for the full Yardvllle, N. J.
He had given too much 0.' a revealed a spirit and a spark, dedicated and inspiring per-able critic whose motives were r e i„J term The terms
_ of James j ^ t n e x t regular meeting of Mr. Gregory was a member b y T T " u ' t
heart that was already Uwanc! a personality that defied;sonal:ty._ His 'exceptionally ;>]y>Ts 0J) ^ h l ? h M l pi^e. Mullen",'Woodbrtdgeind'aydethe'poup'wlU
His counsel, whether It met Edrtngton, Cotonia, also expire u t r y 4 u 8 2 a t the Catholic ntsi B a n k a n dT r u s t n"rnn""
It was hf vho organlied tin
— - favor or disfavor. *as an In- m d as far u Is known n o v ^ p f f ^ Bureau, Fords.
Independent -Lender Christma.'
>"В» Ol S
valuable asset to us, who are tajthey will be candidates for re-^^
!
I'und 18 year* aco The Fund
public sen-ice, because JJ — - • - • now takes rare ef 100 family
forthright and fair Hi* pas$-H
lannually:rx is to be mourned by all of , 3 3 , ^ , to submit ft full
' during World War U. Mr
u.В« who knew him.
, r f flT( w u l U l m Brenner, of
;Orefoni wrvВ»d at head ot the
Ak - Rail - StnmaUp - Hotel
ifiВ«h
1
1
thsA
area,
has
obtained
five
pejMiddlrscx County Rationlnc
T В« Co lector
\T..1t
ti
tlttom.
A
single
petition
was
alland
Prlre
Control
Board
wlthTrainer: In the
TOUR AND CRUISE MВ»ER\ATI()sv
death o f . . o b t a t n f d ^ p ^ C a p o n i
;out comper-satlon. He was acCharles E. Qregory. Woodhrldge
Orand Avenue. Iselin. Julius E.,
THI WORLD OVT.R
tive in many war-Ume activiTovmsh:p has lost a mogt Izso, Fords. Bsked for and reZetuth Radio Corporation hat [ties and at the conclusion of
Phone VA M M I
announced itВ» imnllest and 'hostilities srn'ed as chairman
lightwt
bearind
aid—weigbinj
f
thf
welcome
home
celebrao
lerment of manlcina at all
only onВ«-ihird of an ouncВ» l l o n f o r Township veterans
Not .Ml On Key
time* I have always oonsidered
Th e inscription on the memori;-,im a true friend. He was a A quartft Is four people whe with battery.
al to the Township's war dead
very charitable person and at,think the other three can't
,
Ul Miplf MrВ»
In WoodbridRe Park was writall times ready to extend a sing.
rERTH AMB01 N J
ten by Mr. Gregory.
i Mr Greqory .vrved on thi'
WORID WIDE •:;
Towns::ip Planning Board for
MEN'S KINGS
SPBCTAUSTS F;v "
,R:X years and for a short tiiw
was a member of the Re-
Claims Victim
e S ^ STlВЈВЈl
^
В«^m^ake,! Uni,d^7.,,
ZENTFH tfffert
NEW SMALL
HEARING AID
WATCH
MART
BUSINESS
Travel Burvuu
$14-50 to $175-00
LADIES RINGS
from
S7.50 to $500-00
RON SCHOFIELD
MEN'S and LADIES'
/
• POWSETOAS
WATCHES
• CHRISTMAS TKEES
17 Jewel — Name Brands
• GRAVE BLANKETS
to
GENERAL ELECTRIC!
*В»
OFF!
• CENTERPIECES
• WREATHS - GREENS
• CORSAGES - err nowots
CULTURED PEARLS
The transistorized unit, the
"Signet" li »o small that micro• cupet are required in the
manufacture and asaemblv of
paru. Thij lВ«elundthe-ear type
В»id in available at vour Authorized Zenith Hearing Aid Denier.
Heater fitatnpk Dtiltrar
.MEN'S
JEWELRY SET
"We Delher Knnni Ua Corner *r ArMUd U>' World'
$6-oo to $35-00
RONALD SCHOFIELD Florist
Sterling and Silver
105 Lake Avenue, Colonia, >. J.
PLATED
HOLLOWARE
Power Shower
PERTH AMBOY
HEARING AID
CENTER
Cffl FU 8 ^ 1 1
Hi Smith St.. Perth Amboy
VA 6-4888
(Nrit to BojВ»l TheilrK
\Kt Hindlr Billrrlfi uid
Actrjwriri tor Mott Hurlni kit*
from $3-50
Cigarette and
Table Lighters
$3.50 to $22-00
BE A
Leather Wallets
from $4-50
Necklace and
Earring SETS
from $5-00
OMtwtutm AH Oriun
Hood
NВ«*d>
Scraptag
N*
. loll*
W l t M b . . . CWOM
tKNITI
Iss4 ssik,
d
CHRISTMAS
(HARMS
flnkss One
klai fin to" '
$4.00 to $3Q.oo
MMs4MsВ» MSMB|.
Plrtslis.KSSKINS to soi Uucti
tMSkbuttot
Hf Mtbl
kisdla-uit J
IВ»CI IKlt
REMINGTON
Electric Shavers
$1585
BELGIAN GLASS
VVM
JEWEL BOXES
BUT NOW
from $15-00
whila qvonfrfits lostf
40 CASH DOWN!
Sterling Flatware
CHILDREN'S
JEWELRY
F t n i . Pearl Drops
Necklaces - Medab
Watches - I D Bands
$2.00 to $7-00
TRANSISTOR RADIOS
$27-00
Complete
Kit from
LEATHER BOUND
Travel Clocks $6-00 up
RELIGIOUS
JEWELRY
LUGGAGE
CLOCK
RADIOS
GIFT CERTIFICATES
No Free Gifts... No Stamps . . . No Coupons
WATCH MART'S DISCOUNT PRICES GIVE YOU
FULL VALUE IN YOUR PURCHASES!
WATCH MART
The Discount Jewelry Store
h
A WEEK
Colonia Shopping Plaza
Route 2 7 , Colonia
OPEN TIL 9 P. M. EVERY NIGHT'TtL CHRISTMAS
Turn frowns to smiles!
Cut kifchen clean-up time!
A PORTABLE DISHWASHER CAN BE USED IN ANY KITCHEN
Q Simply roll to link and attach to fauat.
& Holds 12 place settings.
@ Pn-rinm, washes, rinmanddriu-automatuaUy.
^Dishesand glasses ame sparkling dean.
В« / r A DttHWAwnt AT row Mvownr t r o w i
PUBLIC SERVICE
ELECTRIC AND GAS COMPANY
TAXPAYIN* SERVANT OC A • 5 J Z T " - "
mol Eltctric Diihwathwi
ry a 1-yaar rtpair or rВ«MaMM warranty tiadudMrvk*, labor iMcawaryl
inn nanufodwlMg <MВ«cti
Mtirt dbhwaikw.
Sf U\
I* I, •iin.i,,
OPEN EVENINGS 'TIL 10 O'CLOCK
"HteAqtsarters for / o y Water Softe$ters'
AuUwriici Franchise Dealer G§ Salci uaA Service
I A
M A Y TELEVSIO
IN
L U I f l A A APPLA
INCES
51 MAIN STREET
WOODBK'11 (,l
PAGE T H R U
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1981
Held at
0
,(l
'resent
rol Story
Home'
"
Party Saturday
Education
mas dinner
termediate Girl Scout Troop
at the
CD Director
Addresses
Lions Club
Javcees Plan First
carols at the Danish Home lr ship Jayceei announnd 5 Improvement.
6:30 and dinner at 7. Mas
.[BRIDGE—Rev.
Catherine Mansiero Is chair- WOODBRIDGE — Mrs. Jo- Metuchen. Carol Chrtetensen Ineedy children h»ve been in
Among the gcmli for the
— . „,„„,,„ U l c , i ™ , . . „ . ,...,
,,„• Evangelical and man.
sfph Varey ways and means'senior scout tide, was narrator '«.-"' -....-——
,i;
church, announced
c o m m i t t e e chairman, an- and Joseph Van played several vlted to the JaycAi first Christ coming year, Mr. Mann, anjnounced at a meeting of Em- accordlan selections. Eileen mas party and Santa Clsus will nourvced is to establish a blood
ivjsit them from 1 to 4 P.M. donor service lor club members
.,,,.• will be told In the]
iiblpm
35) Monday
Monday night,
night,
HaVC
|blpm Club
p l u b 35)
ISatuntey at the Cotonla Civiclby Januarv 1. Details are bentures In carol* by the1
(several working events are be-'girls on the piano.
(improvement Club.
jing reviewed by Cy Bromberg.
, of the Youth Choir
lor
the
near
At
the
completion
of
the
pro,'lng planned
Transportation to being fur-jcommlttee chairman.
1
"rt'iy Scl' 00 ' members
liram Amy Airoe distributed ntahed by thВ» Jayeees. Refresh- , In the *plrii, of community:
•future.
l P.M. in the pariah
ments and gift* contributed by cooperation they plan to aid
, n auditorium.
many local businesses will be;the Woodbrldge Township Con' Leslie Egry will be the
dWtributed to all.
jcert Orchestra in obtaining
. soloists will be RwStanley Maun, president, ad-necessary musicians and asJoyce
vised the December moving ofislst*nce to srrВ»#< a series of
P
have the s p o m l
Debbie
the Jaycees ended an activeiconcfrU during the year
b y '& well-knowni
knon!
WOOtmRlDGE - Fallout
raciiiitioi; slu-itm, and survlvВ«; wnvr disrusised at
at the
thi rwu)nr mrc'inB ol the Woodoridge
.. _.
l.ion? cinh. StanleV Minn.
prngrum rhnlrraan. Introduced
'John M Cn;n. operational director of Civil Detense. wrw
M'olw in thr wavВ» Individuals f
cm best protect themselves
from iad.aiion and the hatard*
of nuclear WB!
Dr O n l 1 Hutner, chalrmRii nf the children's Chrtstmns tinrtv, rpquerted members
to attend the annual affair to
hp held December 23. 10 A.M.
. at the state Theater, Main
Street, for children of WoodibrttUe. Port fleadln?, and 8*-
Hospital Party
w 7 p r ^
,f jesus win
i n d l e l w at p
В« M. for the hos-;,, T h p В«
, charlotte ВЈuВ«het :
n at%
ard
PВ«*>Anyone
Interested In
at- l d o n В» U o n
:,]:rks. John
m
L eLeBder
Bder
nn ddl nl
>
^
t
r
t
J
h
John
K
Biidwsh, and
ferity to Head Rehearsal Set Dec. 26th
<?!«•»» ,f"
For Holly Debutante Ball
mimoers will parti- A Christmas donation was,
,i,rt use lighted eandflesmade to Our Lady of Mt. Car-]
mine the blesaed carols mel Church. Plans were made
,',(,„! the entire program, for a penny nale, January 10,
, Clmis will be portrayed 1882 with Mrs. Rose Kovacs
. ,,. Kovach who will and Miss Ann KOTO as co-chalr-: l
Sunday School mem- men. A donation was also made в„ў
<1 \taff with gifts.
[to two needy families fer
' ' • ,m.« wlll.be led by; Christmas Mrs. Andrew Fenyar
•U In charge of the project.
Independentp
nd
WOODBRIDG1 -
publTВ«herorThrin-! aerit J- *В»bw
vnrtn
Leon J
AVem
"'
Plain are progressing for the
next w m l evetrt which win be
Inclirs Nieht and Charter
.Night, February 17. according
to n report by Edward Ooulllon,
entertainment chairman.
Dr Isadore Rablnowite. prect>
dent, advised the board of directors approved donations to
]the March of Dimes and t h e
[Tuberculosis League.
; A five year perfect attendance pin was awarded to Robert Hirsdifleld and a one year
ipin to Andrew Muska. Francis
hH8
l
ier.
been appointed chairman of WOODBRIDGE — Final ar-.Sufcch. ticket chairman, o? Miss
s'made by Mrs the 1962 New March of Dimes rangements are being made byjRuth Wolk general chairman
jthe Woodbrldge Township Bus-| All reservations will close on
Chairman on,campaign. It was
, lness and P^esslonal Women'siMonday at 5 P. M. All those(
ltt8l
today by M.
•
' Club for the Holly Debutanteiwho have returns to make on
:<:ounty
ol The N a - B a l i to ^ held; December 28 at'tlckets are a&ked to do so a.s
,iв„ў
th.
since im flrTt
Scotch Plains Country Club. jsoon as possible.
ttonal Foundation
not
Debutantes who
is serving as Debutantes are requested to
for the third report at the Country Club
Mrs. William
jyear. will head a group of vol- Tuesday. December 26. prompt- Brennan at the Brennan Agenat
"6:30
P
.
M
.
lor
a
final
unteers who will seek funds
a a mg
u
wlth| gentM , to The Little Servant January "for fighting three rehearsal. They are asked tol6" > Main Street, Woodbrldge.
;Kti Carroll. Joyce SI-at
jMrs.
Prances
Nemeth
and
Miss"
j Unda
of the Immaculate Con- crippling' diseases: birth de- bring their escorts, If possible
'BOPP was installed as a new
The night of the Ball debs;
at St. Joseph's Convent Ifects, arthritis and polio.
imember, and Francis Champ*
Mrs
Ann
child with
;who do charitable work and Commenting on what can be anfl escorts are asked to be at
| was welcomed into the club.
igensen.
jnui'sing care In the area. Mrs done for those born with birth the Country Club no later than
otto Mayer, holiday dttrsur'
8 p. M. The debutantes will
(Stanley Berlnsteln, publiclty'defects Mr. Oerlty said:
requested members planntof to
receive the guests from 8:30 to
chairman, reported the nuns[ ,,^m,oVt
experience
attend the affair. December 27,
19 P.M.
were very appreciative.
.technique* perfected In
. . . . _ , . „ . * „ ticiteu rere- A V E N E L — Congregation
6 15 P M to contact Mm at
; Further plans were discussed
treatment and rehabilitation of
9-6000 not later than D i for a Membership tea to be
?
mbrr 20. Sons and daughters
held at the home of Mrs. severely crlppli
i
m
a
y
be
.cured
b,
Cling
any,*
^
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g
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*
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c
MRS TER J. TALMONT
members who are of high
[George Oerek, president, Sun-, The National .
munlty Center, according to
'day afternoon January U, In jhetped the medical profession
:hool or college ace wf& to
galn a vast reservoir of knowlannouncement today by Maruests
• •I.NFT. — A candlelight ments, under the guidance of |the hope of encouraging the
edge applicable 'to victims of
tin Lltinger.
- - FtraVMrs.
• ' - • Field
- ••• and Mrs. i wives of members of the Wood»;1! be held at the
Hartley
other erlpplen such M
Youth activities, under the
ibridge B.P.O.E. 2116 to become
• , -:nn Church. Sunday/Andrew Hunter
I defects.
j direction of Jules Isler, nclude
M. All five choirs. A Bell Choir from the second members.
'New and improved apa program as follows:
, direction of Vern (Presbyterian Church In Prince- The Initiation of a group of
relleve specific
t Fourth, fifth and sixth grade
Minister of Music, ton will sing before the Christ- new members will take place proaches
wlth music and mas pageant. Patricia Wight Is at the January. meeting, and | birth defects problems are be AVENEL — The purpose, students, under the supervision
installation of new officers will ing developed continuously In duties and responsibilities of j o f mUm j ^ . p r e -u.s,Y. group AVENEL — Saturday after-(brown accessories and a beige
rhristmai story as It the director.
Clinical Study Centers and
WOODBRIDGE — Mr. John
g^de
B n d eigm
... the Scriptures,
The service will conclude be March 12 with Mrs. John! Special Treatment Centers sup- being a member of a Lions club(for menib
at Kirkpatrlck Chapel.jcoat with mink trim.
r. Wilson. Supertatendent Ot
were heard by members of thel s t u d e n t S | up to Bar Mitzvah noon
Qraziano, supreme president,
Charles
8Macwith
the
lighting
of
candles.
Rutgers
University,
Miss
Eve-|
Mrs.
Talmont,
a
graduate
o
. Or
officiating. This will be a ported by the March of Dimes. Avenel Lion's Club at theiri age u n d e r ^ e leadership of lyn Fay Womelsdorf, daughter Woodbridgf High School, at the Transportation Department
,• . d s Scriptures, about singing of "Silent NiRht" and
.|Yale Abranu, will all meet of Mr. and Mrs. E. Guy Wom- tended Grove City College. Pa I at the American Smelting and
single event and not a joint af- And research has shown that meeting at Stanley's Diner.
•iiiicsy. Annunciation, Benedlcition by the pastor,
some conditions resulting from
Daniel Flanzbaum, first yiceiTuesdays from 7:30 to 9 P. M elsdorf, 370 Avenel Street, be- and Is employed at Rarltan iRefvnlng Company, was given a
:it Birth of Jesus, A- R*"v Bruce Larson, field sec- fair as originally planned.
birth defects may be prevented
testimonial dinner by the emat the center. The Ufl.Y. teenof Shepherds and the retary for Paith at Work, will In charge of hospitality was through early detection and president, presiding officer, inIcame the bride of Tek J. Tal- Valley Broadcasting Company ployees of the Perth Amboy
Mrs. Zoltan Mayer.
troduced
Lion
Governor
Arthur
agers
meet
Mondays
from
7:30
mont, son of Walter Talmont, New Brunswick, as a continuity |Plant, Tuesday at Coby's Restableaus will be preach at the 9 and 10 A. M
treatment."
• • • Jim
- to 9 P. M. with
their leader,
Lance and his coblnet,
1
Garden City, L. I,, and the late director.
i'1'picting the scenes, services. Dr. MacKenne will
taurant.
Mr.
Oerity
is
the
owner
of
Molbey, deputy governor; Ab-Harold Melti.
Mrs. Talmont.
taking part in the preach at 8 and U A. M oi the|
.v
В« ? f i B r ! < U ?I d Her husband, a graduate o
^Hungarian-A merican the Leon J. Oerity Funeral ner Peldman, gone chairman Regular services will be held Uv
Mr. Wilson will retire on
lAbemethy
officiated
at
the(
^
S
o
l
e
b
U
r
y
S
c
h
Q
N
e
w
H
o
p
f
i
i:>- from the Christian topic "JPSUS the
Home. Active uv civic and pro-and Dick Splvack, secretaryDecember 31, after 35Vj years
tomorrow
at
8:30
P,
M.
SponIdouble ring ceremony.
: and Drama Depart- Folk Who Toil."
Club Meets Tonight fessional
|Pa.. and Rutgers University, of service with the American
fessional affairs,
affas, he Is a mem- treasurer. All spoke on the sub-sors of the Oneg Shabbot after
The bride, given In marriage employed at the same place as i Smelting and Refining Comil
ber
of
the
Middlesex
Council
ject which was of great interest the services will be Mr. and Mrs. by her father, was attired In a a sports and newswnter.
WOODBRIDOE — The Hunpany. He started as a Weigher
Sol Slotnick; Mr. and Mrs. gown of rosepoint Chantilly
| nanan-Amertcan Citizens Club Knights of Columbus, Rev jto the men.
1
John J. Griffin Assembly 4th
I in the Baltimore Plant and
Charles
Goldberg
and
Mr.
and
5'will meet tonight 7:45 at the'
Degree, N. J. State Funeral Dl- Mr. Lance awarded five year Mrs. Herman Jutkowitz. AU lace with a sweetheart neckline
worked his way to his present
R! Hungarian Reformed Church,
pins to Nathan Temkin. Geoand long sleeves, and featuring
position as Superintendent of
IUIS no- W Keta(&berg, Daniel Flanz- will be celebrating their wed- tiers of lace over permanent
I the Transportation Departding
anniversaries.
baum,
W»»
y
,
Anclent
WВ«J|er Pry stock, Vince
pleated nylon tulle. Her fingerment:1 He has been In the Perth
Winter vacations for Hebrew
"
' Tveil
~ "-•-' "'•e u 0 of
I
Order of Hibernians. He Is a Ricciardont andВ«Beter ficciar school children has been set for U P len
i Amboy Plant since 194 W
*в„ў
"eucu umPlans are being made for a
Yachtjdone.
He tt past president of WM
December 24 to January 1. s l o n f e u from a crown of se"Ladies
| quins and pearls. Kid she car- AVENEL — The Woodbridge 10 and 25 Tear dubs and
The men
V4lt _ . _
School will resuKe January 2,
.
Woodried a cascade bouquet with;
waren O u t b o a r d Motorboat Night" at th
Mothers held a special treasurer ot the Salaried Credit
iSunday school will not be held
I Hall. Carteret,
lilies of the valley and white | meeting with Mrs. William Ber
February 21.
Ray
Maier
ibridge,
n.
nn.v
maun
В«
^
.
.
В«
.
.
W
J
lUnion.
I Krupftiich and Steven Kertesi
.
land Joseph
and December 31, [carnations.
p Winquist are chair- iDecember
nath, Harvard Avenue, to make Mr. Wilson reside* at 234
stated Sol24
Slotnick.
| as co-chairmen.
Music wiu
will ue,
be; w
Mr VGerity
if married and is an
•n. .YIUSK
JWJ —
Matron of honor was Mrs.final plans for the Kadets' North Park Drive, Woodbrldge.
men of the aflair.
S furnished by •'The Caravans", the father of lour children.
Robert M. Smith, Red Bank,
Christmas party which will be
Buiova is truly t r * gift qualand serving his brother as best
eld
SCOUTS YULE PAETY SET
man
was
Conrad
Talmont,,
La|n
Sunday,
ity waled . the *В»tcВ»i you
WOODBRIDGE—The Mothtan give with pride, wear
|| Plata, Md. Ushers were Robert Mrs. Robert MUler is chairers' Club ol Boy Scout Troop 37
with pride
. btituit
it's
M. Smith, Red Bank, and man of the aflair which Is will have a Christmas party tor
m*de with pridВ«.
Roger Womelsdorf, Avenel, scheduled from 2 to 4:30 P. M.the boys Wednesday, December
at the
the American
American L
Legion
Hall,
at
g
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brother of the bride.
20, at VTW Hall, Pearl Street.
bld
After a trip to the Pocono Berry Street. Woodbrldge.
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"DICSmall gifts will be distributed
The
mothers
group'*
next
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1961
PAOE FOUR
rority. She Is al*o a member of MA&tlAGF.
INITIATED
much confusion nuiroundtnf
Doctor: "Why
COXONIA - Miss Barbara the staff of the school paper.
the law at this time to give a
Prank, daughter of Mr. and
that A-B9J7 tatto,'.
definitive statement.
HOT, TASTY SANDWICH
Prank, 315 Chain When hungry guests show up, back?"
However, he added, something will be done to clarify the
into serve then corn bread and Patient: "ThB;,
O'-Hllls Road was
entire picture of why one group COfcONIA-Joseph Fennelly, Sigma Tau Delta, national obeese sandwiches.
That's В»),В«,
Bake corn
computing county taxw so ft:
It elldble when another is not ehatnnan of the March of English honorary fraternity, at ^reti ^ t n g . ^ ^ , 0 , ^ p ^ ran Into me whn< ;
NEW BRUNSWICK - The ^ ^ ^
n unfair and InHIW BRUNSWICK — Sen. eluded themselves from operatDime* Campaign announces Davla and Elklru College, El- using a mix. Bpltt bread hori- In the garage <i(,(,r
Middlesex County Board of ^,"u"|t,blp
fflun.j
John A. Lynch, D-Mlddlesex'ing games of chance at county
the appointment
of Vincent kms. W. Va.
Taxation has been asked by the
zontally and place bottom half
pp
win their said today It was not the tnten-land state attractions by voting: DeCosler Appointed
t in the ap- MLas Prank Is a 1959 gradu- on cooky sheet. Sprinkle gen- I HOPE SO
municipal assessors to give I (
Reni as coordinator
ueMson
would tВ»on of the legislature to ex-!for the referendum.
them a credit In excess of 1100,- p ^ t
To Heart Fund Po$t Iproach to blshessmen for funda ate of Woodbrldge High School erously with crisp cooked bacon Hungry custom*:
charitable organisations ( Lynch said he would take the
000 In county taxes that hsre gnni Uie munictpaMiej t'etatt
and special nlfU.
and is a junior at DavU and bits. Cover with thin, seasoned counter-"One
their 1962 county tax from conducting games oL qUfS tion to the attorney gen- WOODBRIDOK — Ctfunty Mr. Rent Is well-known In Elkins College, majoring In ele-jtomato slices. Top with second wlch."
been paid to the Board of Free. QTfiii
Treasurer
Joseph
C.
De
Coster,
eral's office for a ruling, and he
holders for the current year
mentary education. She Is a half of corn bread and heat Walter—"Will }-''j
b i l ] m the game manner that Ii'Chance
„ „
The assessor? estimate the gives credit* for reductions in He said it has come to hi* added, "if the
work. He has been chairman dean's list student, a member thortrughly In moderate oven. * talw it with j
source satisfactory 1 will take proper urer of the New Jersey Heart
credit at $111,600. but It may t*x appeal case*.
'
'attention
for several tunA raising cam- of the college choir, the SJJ - Serve cut in squares, with Customer _
fire action in the legislature to right Association, it m announced paigns
fro hidher when complete lists N o r t h Brunswick Mayor Fred of m e m
with the St. John Vian E.A. and the Chi Omega So- cheese sauce topping.
both."
by Dr. Arthur U Roth.
today
of allowances granted to elderly j H e r m a n n a n d o ther munlcl- companies, civic clubs, church the wrong,
В«** Middlesex ney Church. Presently he Is ascitizen? it reported to the ^ o m c i a i 8 t r f nrpportmt the groups and similar organlM-j Burled In the fine print of
islstlng as a coach In basketball!]
boar' Trier also want the tax ^^g^jf m their fttht for the t'0в„ў may be barred from hav-jthe Amusement Games JJcensthe county!' 01 the CYO.
board to (rrant a credit In 196J U x ^ ^
Ing concession' at fairs under mg Law Is the section that will]
h u beenj Mr. Reni formerly resided in
and subsequent years
Based on Incomplete report* *n amendment 'to the Consti- receive Lynch's attention.
j active for many years in bothiJersey City, and was
She'll love her gift.. if
The elderly cittern Uw On the total concessions grant- tution approved by iM voters I t s a y s . ,Vo ntaft
o f s m y ; ^ - ^ ™ a n d ' c o u n ^ " h w t " M - ' a i ' • leader In
froi
granting all property owner* 6S ^j to the elderly citlsens, the '**t month
| C ( a l affairs of that city,
k t n d m g y be conducted under jocj^yonj
years or older who reside in municipalities would neetve It is contended bv some
that
licenses
Issued
pursuant
to
this
..,---•
, - ,
,,.
A former vice-president of; Cardinal Cigonanl sent him a
their own dwellings a maximum these credit*:
the voters opened the midways ftCt where the applicants there- t ) w P i r M ^ ^ IUjA ^ ^ c jijtter for his enthusiasm and i
MOO cut In -assessment*. It cost carteret. $7,140; Cranbun1. of 20 New Jersey fairs to lnde-;fore are within a class of or-^j pwiil
A m b o y , n d c u r r e n U y : e f I o r t s l n heading a drive toP|
Assessors Seek
the reduction. The u s e u o n assert that It does not wem reasonable that It vat the Intent
Amusement Game Rule
Bar Charity Group
Renz Appointed
M. of D, Aide?*
pendent professional
operators,ganization
to whom licenses,,
p
gni
B n estimate $646 755 this year s)i.030: Dunellen, ISJ20: East p
Bank.'gatJier clothing for the poorl
of t h e
$ and closed them to firemen
fi
d may be issuedd nnder
d the
th raffles
ffl
and may reash iBBOOOO
OO.OOO next Bninnwick, ll.JM: Edison. $7.and
an active'and indigent people living In
rear
,
310; Relmetta, I2В«5: Highland other civic groups.
'licensing law."
imember of many county volun-'IUly.
In granting the reductions, p u t , 13,110: Jamesburg. 1905; volunteer firemen said they' Assistant Atty. Gen, Theo-;teer orsanixatlons Including; Mr. Rent Is employed for the f
no provision was made for tafc- Madison Tom&hip. $4,510: Me-< p r f ^ aw&rf ^
n a d n.,im
L g , , ^ ^^ there is too; the Americiui Cancer Society ofAmerican Can Co. of New T o r k |
ing a credit for the allowance tuehen, 13.150
'which he
he 'is
is a director, thejcity u supervisor of methodsji
[which
ln county taxes. The municipal Middlesex. В»2,50O: Milltown, _
tax collectort paid tht taiet as $2,02s: Monroe Township, 12,apportloned by the county 275: New Brunswick. $9,000; 1
board.
North Brunswick. $3,000: Perth;
It had this effect: the mun-Amboy, $10,100: Plscataway:
lelpalltiet paid about tl 11,В«W Township. $4,175; Plalnsboro,
tnore ln county taxes than itВ»j205: SayrevUle. %3!В»Sb.
was posВ«tbl< tВ« collect because south Amboy. 14.175: Bouth
of the tax concession.
iBrunswick. $2,725: South PlainThe law is mute as to how field, 11.430: South River, $8.ttch municipality Is to be re- 325: 8potswood, *6J0; WoodImbursed lrom the county for bridge, $21,800,
American Red Cross and the and research. The company re-"
Boy Scouts of America.
qulrei him to travel consider-!!
De Coster jrtth his wife re- ably throughout the country.'
sides at 225 Water Street, PerthlWhen he Is at the home office. 1
Amboy. He Is a former resi- he headed the United Fund |
dent and eВ»-mayor of High- Drive for New York City t o n
Hand Park
American Can.
,
"The March of Dimes
HU Proper Setting:
^
p r o u d to h a v e , m n
Warden — What Is your oc-]reeognliable esteem In theli
cupatlc!:'1
community to work on thli|j
Convict—Composer of popu- worthy project," said Fennelly^
lar song?.
!В»t a recent executive meeting.
Warden — Put him tn the: Mrs Renz Is chairman forji
copyfng department.
the Mothers March of Dimes.
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THURSDAY, MCBMBBR 14,
ln,lurtion Set
Church wind
in an attempt to discover the 1»«1 is estimated at 12.520.000.-
i'Club
Itotor Talk
ISEUN - • ThankB to
combined M fort s o l the
/,., m _ The Women's
A of the First Presbyterian
' , fh plpcted officers for 1962
pTwntedTrom oeeunnВ« in the to the same situation as thel
first place. But m t.hp mean-British, "_the welfare stawj
time
„hM
that
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•»•*s v«w>-~ •" «• — — -
uiuot
billion dollars a year.
s t r e 5 s e d t i m P bodyetAbe
Betn Sholom, fleers was held at the veaular
1 urge all readers of this'
l! /
30.290 glasses o[l milk
l will be •meeting of the Mothers Club;iW_ _.gg.n i n thiscolumn that early
column to secure this Issue of
7»—'-.,_. n f . , _..„._ The Reader's Digest and read
,,.,v1(ipnt. Mrs. S t a n l e y distributed by the United Na- of Troop 47 at the First Pres-!all adults should have at least,
Children's byterian Church on Monday* В«ood general physical cheek- In Doctor Talk o .... В»eek
. ,„. secretary - treasurer,
carefully and
up yearly by their family phy-the troubles with thr
Donnfrlo; promm Emergency Fund 'UNICEFi, vp j
very existChlldm:
from
the
First
'
.
_ _
sleian—In this way any ab-lState and socialised
„,„,., Mrs. Roger Sldmer:
upon the conr e : PreMdet t M r s
Presbyterian
Church
who
col
iВ«mu
^*
*'
normalities found can be work-itn England was
,.lilp chairman. Mrs. jay
AmerlWorld Service lerted nn Halloween for UN1- William Doerr and treasurer.^ o u t a n dl f treatment ts since writing this column ..._
Bnc .
U
.necessary this can be liisti- :writjf r h u -been privileged to
„,,,,,, Mr*. John VUale CEF, a total of $60.58 were Mrs Thomas Bowen.
Attending were Mrs. Russell tuted. This preventive practice r_,_l an article appearing In
,,,«• slate will be Installed SStiflin S'vartz, Fred Hanna.
Htrray
crrpmnny. r>- Chailrs Hanna, Gail Kauf- Ecltcn8berger, Mrs, Edward jof medicine is what all physi- •_•_„> Reader's Digest entitled
mann. Marine Wood. Peter R •«•« Mrs. Stephen
stepnen Mihallk.clans
MinaiiK.clans hope for. not the type so "America-Beware
wei- Sunday Scnool T e a c h e r ,.
"America—Beware ol the Weil.'iflllAt*, QlnAir \f...
ill.
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Mckhay. Ann Conlorno. KaBlack. Mrs. TRoboften
seen in
which
the disease. f.a r e state"
by Qrahain
Hutton
"Now children you must never I
lve that Wilt Not Let ihy Tmpenny. Kann Siden- Mrs
en
Ackrrman.
Mrs.
Bowen,
process
has
advanced
beyond
t n this article it is stated that do anything in privaw wВ»i p
was the ordor of vor- rr, Jpannp Sidener, Peggy
and Mrs. Doerr.
the point of cure or arrest.
the cost of, British Nattonal you wouldn't do in puonc
d for * ""'C1*' thanks Kmley Colette Olvivi. John 1
It was announced that the A recent article in The Jour-;Health S e W l n 1950 was II.- Sammy: Hurray, no more.
f from thr Rose Karen Groch, Nancy
Scout who sold the largest n В»i o f the American Medical 324.d00.000 and the total forbatns.
number of Christmas cards Association illustrates this need;
will be given a prize Quail- for complete examinations, in
lying for the prize is
is Edward t_n nj_s 6 Ccase
in women
women rpatients.
aВ«e in
В»..
the church's mlsstoft
Barrett, son of Mr and Mrs. Dr J H Ferguson of Miami,
, ,ran. for Christmas,
nrocritm
w,vn „
g d w d Barrett. OВ»k Tree ;F i a . hM msUtuted >< program
procram oonimura
continued w|th
;,k Pr?vlpw by MrВ«. Stanley Doarom
Seeh Hflp
*Mi- w h 0 xв„ў " ,^В«> В° m'В°l performing a complete pel
Any scoul w h 0 sold chrl8tmM
n "Yankee 81" by Ed-1 v
u
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Of helin ВҐellow$hip
to assist the patients
tl.60 of the
being in women who were IB
— The Senior High In playing bingo. The patient* D« id
n
t u u !
years ol age or less.
of the First Presby- •nfnv tVil. r»«i,a««A«
..-—. _ . . . v >"""
hip of the First Presbyjenjoy this recreaton very much . , , , „ „ . _ „ .
In the past It has been the
rs tm
Church hM beВ«i vfry;.nd up until the present time . V ^ r , " P
22
common practice to Omit the
od
r the r
during
the
last
month,
t
h
m
w
u
a
good
response.
In
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^ e First Presbyterian;
ion for cancer mm,
with i worth, wo]В«t
" *W 0 " n y P r o ] e c l '
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examtaat
-,,T with a blind couple. Mr. have dwindled to the same few C h u r c h m e e t l n g h a l 1 '
in the younger female patients,
A vfrs CoateHo u fruestsjpeople.
I T h e n e ) ( t meeting of the'rather examining completely
o t h e r s CTub w W b e
J L rostelk) played the planoi If there are any men or worn- M
Febmary those women in the age group
| V i Co*tel!o
works
a full Bible.ien
eightlevening,
likeTuesday!
tahelp r26o 'o m f* l l h e. c h u r c h meetlnghaving the highest prevalence
read from
a Braille
who who
havewould
a free
|vn,,1r _jBy tnd travels back andthe •deacons
on
this
project,!
•
•
] of cercival cancer. With the
jr,rf'h to work on the bus.
[pleaie. call Mrs. Frank Fennea. COSTLY FARE
finding of early preinvasive
cancer in these young women
must be concluded that If the
of #rvie*i
rate of practically
too badly in need of repair they came down the hill from the manent cure these
Irins cake.
'may be brought to the church. hotel to the station, the cab 100 per cent, are to be found
All high school students are
driver suddenly skidded at high then a complete pelvic examitivi'fd lo Jow.
speed
a vuxv
steep cuivc
curve and
must be
done uu
on •»••
all feUICK CURE
sprea around
annum В»
n u uii nation
n a n o n muai
up uuuc
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QUICK
I
i _ rrn. .
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III MOST
I Woman• to
~ Psychiatrist—I'm
* -/•»«-- ••"—* "»shouted, "The brakes are gone.;males. The only limitation that
Ithe patient is old enough to
Bachelor to newlywed: "Howlalways forgetting things. Doc- I cannot stop the car!"
... What
„..». v-..
j MacPherson,.terribly excited.jhave such an examination.
tor.
can .I -v,
do?
vnu like married life?"
1
sВ»wlywe<l: "Juit great It's Psychiatrist-Pay me Hi ad- called out, "Well, at least man. We must all remember that
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THITHSDAY. DECEMBER 14.
_,
PAGE SIX
PhilipSaldutti
JifВ» Fire Chief
rrnx. c—
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banning
Installation
^"lm'al
.
.,
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SaVUl2S ACCOUIlt i«m « * • are t»aita
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out charge, Mi win,.
i Gift Suggestion i ' S E
PORT READING -- Funeral
of JnPirti Women. Cert-,
CC
services for Peter C Reynolds
t n f colonia Country
MothSection, held a, ^ Q O D B R I D G E - A unique nrini Jowpti f x n-.
75 Blair Rnnd В»hn died last
Rarftan Bay W00D*RnX3E-PВ»*nВ» * m
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"Thursday, we---- held Monday
"
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m* meetinf lti L i n " jflej jOr a Christmas (lft fo^Ir. OSulllvan is s
l lttilo n off .offletrs
"""7 f ^ В» imade lor I n f l a
.....
.
.morning at th< Orrinrr FunerKEIJN-PhUip Saldutti wВ»l;
Jmw l n^
g
women of the e o " " " ' ^ , , , , •jpeclal" penom on Ui ,he Federal Hnm
, meeting
meeting of
of ; i n w J^
^ h l l I , f fnr children,
forth Bank Board
Home,
B, a
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Grrrr, Street. n R n w d c h l f f Of isehnFlrr Com-j
^ j Sunday
, ^
Th-lma* party.
at 2.30 P J t n u w 7 i, 11 >> 66 22 at
EEICK WATFRHOISF
turn RI M Nicholas Church.lal
hall* for c h l l d m l irhrt*tIM!i lls
wa- in St. James 1 Woodbridff
1
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White
Church
Guild
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in. Ira U e C a b * . ^ , a n d R a m P S Mrs Lawrence If f g l S a v l n R f ^ j Loa n AJiocl-(CounВ»el to
62 fiP Wi'Sn Street, for- Born ir. A;;<:vm-Hun*ary. the ~f^cn
latlon, who suggested oВ»enln* a;Loan BВ»nk 0! N
ant I
Monday, • P V at Hill Unes, M r s W ( U K . , Thompaon, and ^ ^ ^ , 5 p r M tded.
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resident ond assistant
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William n.li^riton
Bawemon. Mtt
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aocount
in UM
Un n
name^f
Dlreclors
Route I, the mother*
will alio ,M„ r. .i . William
A ^ j ^ ^ s BIVPII on В« В«
•P1,-, and- WB? a com-i The tewasrd
wai elected captain and
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ntwiitmoc
UMn*th
a
Chnntmas nartT
party at the A• l**»•»
ieth and
and Mrs
Mrs Donald
Donaia United
united Nations
NaUons meeting wnicn
В«' n i r a ;| t h e
or peraom ВЈb'-iВ»lwin WiUey w r e Jciim
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have
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in charte
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.t*В»_ii><i by
KВ»rMrs.
MmMichMlj
Michael h • tft u t 0
n f the
giver and pre-lham A MeGoiri
of
rwrular meettnc Exchange
" Officer*- elected inclufle
ram.
l / r a n r n n m ,,MnВ«
mif ™ |ui — - ~~— jsenunp in^ iwfinfi book for'^tfrn. l^jnrst W o<
^ ^ tephnned
Ott, president for his fourth
_
M l В» Bman
Kruirer was v e l - В« r . and Mrs. Gerald Sandak, i C h r l l t m M
t , r j , w o r k ! В»n,
w
u^
or st
vearF Oeorge Chambers vice
^ o e h l l f r n l l l a n "^ j ^ . w i i r t e d ; , . ^ ^ ,'VeV'mefflbeT
" and
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; A В« v i n e s account mwndrt Walter Mmun
, ] ( J o w , president Leonard Feuer_ re- ^ M r | H f n r v Q u ( . n t n , r MrB. ]Mrl g ^ t j P l i e n and Mm
u a Chnstma* gift may be Hl.-clnrdcnu'. .lr
Marparet
M—VHIB
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daughter cordini
secretary : *"""в„ў- 8 t W ) l e y c j uula
^ Mrs Peter
K o v - ! H w w d ^^imtn
u piejUi.
Peter K
f.,,ri b-rn Vivitir p..- lr . Ambo?. anfi Mrs ^ A ^ h M , M l i r r B
"••*.' • ' "
opened with any amount de- and Dr Eutene A
. M n Poreda. 1в„ўв„ў\*}_в„ўв„ўВЈ
^is. Mn.Oor^e
C*or*e Harrli
Harris.Mrs.
Mrs. Kmg[)f t h f c n g u , , . . doi>, .Show
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si-.r. mrvviriF I-в„ў, straaier. Newark, a w . . rranK.
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and
maybtbein the name
KathlPfr.
8 : r ( m l t . B MВ»I
WUiam
and
M r s
••Family Fa*hiOM":of an individual. « jointly tn Humphrey 1
•tknu voted by the Guild was
OBITUARIES
boy. and Joieph. Cartcret.
William Knou. reuruw В«.В»^'reported a total of Zi fire calb
H o / > S*1/
floJ^
110 to each of thf church homeilwU] ^ , theme of the annual the name$ of two p«ramu w e " ^ ^ . „ I
at Haddonfleld and Belrldere
tuhim
to be aponMMfl' • ^ ^ r r . . . - - - « - - ' - " " 1
tar the pleaiure of their fl**4*^y cw LВ«d>- of Peace
WOODBRIDGE
PUBLISHING
CO
durirtf
uring the
t e holiday!
'March 21, 1962. according to
18 GBEEM STREET
WOODBRIDGE. N J.
Q Encloied pieaВ»e find $4 00 tot 0: v(
subicriptioD to:
• INDEPENDENT-LEADER
• CARTERET PRESS
Q EDISON TOWNSHIP-FORDS BEAC
• The annual Chriatmas party . , „ announcemen! by Mrs John
was held in Pellowihtp Hall and Oaalewslcl. president Mrs CteM
p^terron
led MВ«tlieaacakjiy
and Mrs Steve VeJmM ( J_ M
e aa ll on rr tt t,
tlВ«kВ« A total of "65 fire calif
FORDS — A holiday hop M
^
i c n m , iru
(twcluly l n o H n o В« .
•f^th> entif vear surtrng'last will be Held a; School 25 Satmedttation on thr ja iek ate co-chairmen
to
rlimJ'l
urtUy
•
" t o * by
t h r RaB0t
ftatlTltr and tn ainirtni Chriat-
Cmnmlttee chairmen are MrВ«
To be lent to
MrT1Jrme;"^e-:Mr8".R.lph;Mr. Eleanor Daltna. h o ^ K b u n . Mr, WВ«ler HelВ«l- ity: MВ«r Anr, L В« в„ў . mata-
•"- Phea«e?. up, and Mr« Tcre&a
publktty
NAME
eijc*.
ADDRESS —
^
s t e of ;he home
t,-o daugh--aВ«vdВ« Mago
GREEN
STAMPS
Church, he had membership in S 1 5 t e r s
Dayton !
M r s
A m v
Mi Holy Name Society.
Elizabeth arid Miss Agness
Surviving are his widow. .McEwer.. Plainlield
Clara; four children. Joseph.
I. ANN R. JARDOT
John, Clara and Jo-Ann, all at
home: his mother. Mrs. Mary
WOODBRIDGE Funeral
Uplnski. Cranford, and two (services for Mrs Ann R. Jardot.
fcnrthm. Alex. Cliff wood Beach, 192. 309 Main Street, who died
• n d Walter. Clark.
jMonday at Perth Amboy Geniera! Hospital, will be held this
CHAEUES A. FFEIFFER
morning. 8:30 at the Greiner
FORDS—Funeral services for iFuneral Home. 44 Green Street.
Charles A. Pfeiffer. 127 Horns- with a solemn high Mass of
fcy Avenue, formerly of ВЈeas- |requiem at 9:00 in St. James
fcey. who died last Thursday. Church. Buria! will be in the
cemetery.
Son Funeral
the Plynn
The deceased was the widow
of Lucien Jardot and a lifelong resident of Woodbridge.
She was a communicant of St.
Cemetery.
James' Church. .
BonrivinK axe a daughter.
Surviving are a daughter.
Mrs. Charles Schuster, and &
Mrs. Leo Mandel; two sons.
""n, Charles A., Jr.: three sisJames D. and Edward G. all
Palmer. Mrs.
of Woodbridge: eight grandand Mrs.
and two children and ten great-grandchildren: also a brother, Mi-
fcothers.
Gift of Love...
Her CHRISTMAS
IF YOU PUtCHASf $10 OK MORE G(
i o l | Enrv<lopВ«di<i ond Coupsn G В« 100
t < 0 r«rm»M 01 IOC litre J K H I • » J •
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8 si
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(
S&H GREEN STAMPS <
Vegamato Cocktail 3 1.00 iWith SI0.00 Purchase
I
5
1.00
Fruit Cocktail —
Bumble Bee Tuna
Allsweet Margarine 2z 49В° OR
Chock Full 0'Huts Coffee :69c
FRB! 200
GREEN STAMPS ,
Asco Instant Coffee
4 9 ' WHhS&H$15.00
Purchase .
Ideal Coffee
^^ *В«59'
Very fine Apple Sauce 11 ~: $1
Princess Margarine - ' 1 5 '
FREE! 3 0
Ideal Shortening
3 - 69В« S&H GREEN STAMPS
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MBS. MARY MESZAROS
HOPELAWN — Funeral servtes jor Mrs. Mary Meszaros,
116 Weat Pond Road, who died
last Thursday in Perth Amboy
Oeneral Hospital, were held
Honday morning at Kain Mortaaries Inc., 424 State Street,
fertti Amboy, with Divine Li-
in oddtliO* I* vow rВ»gВ«4w itainpt
i
I
Addrni
CHRISTMAS GIFT
ROBERTS
for
Father - Mother
Slater - Brother
Gift Booklet o[
IQI.II> Lip.'ii Sol, DM. i in,
Qucdity Jeuelert
88 SMITH ST.
PERTH AMBOY
m SC
WASHES 0
omnnlng an OLDВ» F381
ml*r В«.W) Value1,
Up Toon Today В»i
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g
*NB THIS COUfW
The Ideal
4
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U H C I K N STAMPS P I H WITH THIS CO ' j
Every engine an eight
Tomatoes ^^0^**
. . . every inch an OLDS
Enjoy up to 185-h.p. action from a lull eight-cylinder engine I
1
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ENCYCLOPEDIA
4«-• 1 Tomato Sovp
Aluminum Foil ^ 3 * 85 C Toilet Tiss* ^ **
Tang
Orange
Dn«« I I and you'll d i t c o m r . . .there's nothing to match the
*
tmocthnsce and zip ot proved V-8 action I And it's yourt in
every fabulous, tun-to-dnve new F-851 Daihinrj new Cutlass models
feature the ultri high-compression Cutlai* 185 Engine—an
aluminum V-8 that putt 115 horsepower at the tip of your
toel And every F-85—ied»n, station wagon.
•WDM WITH TBIDE Vi
A CLEAN CAB"
M l Rahway Avenue
WOODBRIDGE
'•'*
ВЈ ' ^
' '
+-O1 jor
7-oz.jor
LANCASTER BRAND OVEN READY
LANCASTER BRAND OVEN READY
LANCASTER HAND
convertible or low-priced club coupe—ha*
smartness to match tt* liveliness . . .
plus Olds quality and reliability I
,
SHOUIВ«
RlВ»
Lamb Chops -59> '
ROAST
TEL. HE 4.4SU
Higher
COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS
Ib.
59
FtUITS 4 VKETAiLES
— leiwln
fc
c
Leg Lamb *55В« 63 Chuck Roast
Combination,—too*, Chop*, Stew
Chucks Lamb
Lawumw
fc
Iranei
29В« Chuck Steqk
69=
Lamb h W* 25В« h 23В« Ground Chuck
Fir**
1
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MhW
•
Sliced Bacon *"* 49 Corned Beef
DAMY SPfCUli
FtOZtN FOOO SKTION
AND INSURE THEM
ThAnksgiviug it d 11
'*• thankt, for the
euinKi and poMcitora
acquired over the yean.
lt'В» altu nectttary to
iafeguaid theic potictaioiu with adequate miurtact. Special coniideratMS ihould be given to
tlkt homВ« which ii con
i l
thrВ«tenВ«(t by
В«nli M wia4, fir*
eft See u< todiy
ANDY BOY
Broccoli 25<
Apples 3:25
ВЈ
Green Beans
MclNlOSH
•ttMtavd tqutpIMM in tht tmoM
^77.
nadtl. lhВ» utt-nni
Citrus Salad
Hallowi Dates
*-*•
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39В«
475 Rahway Ave.
TV
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K T S^
Woodbrld^, N. J.
vew « * • • * ttawtt
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Swiss Cheese
'
Muffins
•*• 33« **
White Breod
Do nuts
"ВЈ*ВЈ
lu
IAKMY
Manicotti
*T YOU* LOCAl aUTHOIIIZtD OtDSMOBia QUALITY O U L В» 1
WOODBR.DGE AUTO SALES
Gfeam Cheese
A
Waffles
Corn Muffins
6 Jl 1
VMВ»MelH
Pooch Pit
2
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PAGE S E W
THURSDAY. DECEMBER 14, 1961
THF SII.VFB
The familiar itrm of ns:'В»iicy 5
sinre 1878, known M the silver 1
LiTicat* will dlsappff from |
rircuUtlon if Congress approves |
Prcsidfnt Kennedy'* w * iilver =
police.
The President tuw
В»'i lmmrdlat* end to T
sHifs of stiver at art
loi* prices.
All II and $2 bills ar
rertlf icates. as are untlf $5 and g
$10 hills. These would V r e - •
placed In the next 25 K 30 |
years by Federal- Re*er <• notes f
which are backed by go.rt
ISELIN PERSOXALS
STMT
aturday m n l n i . Mr. Murr M . ' A n y o n e
Theodore Citendo.; joining „ ! „ * £ ,
Place emtertalned 0036 or U 8-3881
TVh
cainnoa. J r , MI*J
.
fcund.T
mrniwick and Vincent
.S <*"T h e m m h f r s
..
Newark; Mr. and
. ..[T.nn Mlnieri. Rtrltan
Mr and Mn. Waller II1' ' and wll the
and children. Carol f d A. Coloia is in charge, assistoy Mrs C
r- and Mr. and Mrs
i,- irido. Iielln.
•: l d Mrs. Walter Brady. «
m
choir of the helm AsChurch irtll held
rehearsal tomorrow
M at th
^
of Mr. mnd Mm. Jo)Ci*H'lc Trenton.
^
Monday. John /Under- "to SUfet, Tliited Mr
C. Beink
C
t
'*В°mВ«'
U8
4-rt
Monroe
the fiert ol ' в„ў i r * * l
> a ns. a.. the
Harold MMSI',
and
Jin'i*
l Iwhn AВ»
h(
Clmrtn
«»"»«. The «,-
В» * enterumnwnr
l h e chlWrfn
*i" * held
•t the
. received awards at
Mrs. Sc*nk and her
R
cirty of
Church
; Park were
Mrv OforВ«e Max-
The Aduit Inquiry Class of
_
_
8t. Cecelia's will me*t tonight
: Mr^ Harry Evam. a t , t n R o o m m g t t h ( , ^ ^
p.ace had M jvietti A continuation of the discussion
i- Mr В« w l В« r t . W o t . M ihe "Uaig'citl be nmiijaed 1
bfruon and chil- b y R e T j ^ . , M l y f r m o d .
В«:d and Majamn n%U)r
catholic as wВ»;: as
non-Catholics, are Invited
THRITEENTH BABT I.tVF,В«
BOUTHW1CK. Maw.
first baby to survive of '
him to Mrs. Ernest F
he me from the hoiptta'
The baby, a flrl, '
i-TO-DO FRfTT CAKE It's tru'.v as simplp u or.p- only 22 ounces when y:>> wВ»,
two-tnrff putting toiPthrr
Light Fruit Cikr ' for the bom prematurely. Th* mother
Chrirmas season
W M permitted to toke :• home
F;:sr, prepare trie coi.tenU ot a package of pound take mix. when her weijht rose to a
Thpr. tow together crunchy slivered В»lmondВ«. xrhole caijdied healthy five and a half ;munds.
chernes, ihced fresh dates, blti or candied pineapple, grated Mrs. Hosier's first, twelve
lemon rind and flour Finally, fold the mixture Into the batter children were stillborn >: died
- a n let the oven do the real!
goon after birth.
Qvlek
fYВ»HCВ»kВ«
package • 17 or. > pound
1 cup illced frrah California
cake mix
dates
cup Wanelwl illvered
2 tlleei candled pineapple, cut
almondi
up
L
cup wholt ctndied
; cup lilted all-purpoif flour
cherrlei
3 teatpoon fitted lemon rind
Prepare pound cake mix according to package directions. Toss
together remaining ingredient* and loM Into batter. Turn into
"• e « « e d and floured 9-inch flute* tube pan or kugelhoff pan
Bftk
* ^ 325-degree 'moderately ilowi oven 1 hour and 15 minutes. Let cool in pan 10 minutei, then turn out onto wire rack
to cool. Cake may be used at once, or wrap in cheeieeloth soaked
In brand? and store In tightly dosed tin.
Makes 1' large fruit cake.
tmtmrmmmamwiamimmkmn
1895
CHRIST^NSEN'S
"The
INCLUDING SATURDAYS!
Lingerie and Housecoats by..
Kavser - Scamprufe - Barbizon - Lyfl Delle - Schrank
Lovely Hosiery b y . . .
Gotham Gold Stripe - Berkshire - Hanes
Etlendwell and Loclrwood
Sarah Ann's Cooking
Beautiful
Warm Jackets and Car Coats
Blouses - Skirts - Dresses - Pajamas • Bags •
Gloves • Hankies • Raincoats - Luggage •
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Belts • Hats - Socks • Shoes
Jewelry • Wallets • Slippers - Sweaters
Underwear - Slacks - Pajamas
Raincoats - Umbrellas • Luggage
, Handkerchief! • Robes
FQI MtR • • • i Of WOMfl
Glaied Sweet Potauei
4 lame *weet poutoes,
i cup brawn s'Jgar
FOR BOYS and GIRLS
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Rotary Blade Shavers!
Health-Tex Stantogs
Gnderella Dresses
Fur Muff and Hat Set
Kaynee Boys Wear - Leroi and Bonnie
Doon Socks • Snow Suits j Jackets
Raincoats • House Coats - Pajamas
Underwear • Robes - Slippers • Sweaters
Margaretten Travel
Breaks the Price
Barrier with the
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FEAST
•
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3 IAYS 19 I M S 3 MYS 3 BAYS -
YOUR
GIFTS FOR BABY
Health-Tex Stantogs
Quilt Sets • Blankets - Pram Robes
Sweaters - Sweater Sets'- Novelties
Nannette Dresses
Socks • Underwear - Carter's Infant Wear
Hants Christinas Sleeper Sets
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10 NIGHTS IN EXOTIC HAWAII
2 NIGHTS IN FASCINATING SAN FRANCISCO
2 NIGHTS IN FABULOUS US VEGAS
Including
ALL TRANSPORTATION - ALL HOTELS MANY MEALS
SIGHTSEEING - EVEN TIPS AND TAXES
A FANTASTIC 3-WEEK TRAVEL HOLIDAY
Gifts for theHOME
Ntw NoreJco 'Floating-Head' SpВ«edshavtr
• 'flooting-headi' hug every curve of your face!
Blankets - Bedspreads
Comforters • Table Cloths
Novelty Gift Sets - Towel Sets
Sheets and Pillow Cases
• Adjust automatically to beard density!
• Rotary Nadei tok» * • pindi-and-pull out of shaving!
• Give the world's most comfortable shaves!
Nortlco's
othВ«r gifts of
shaving comfort i
Wonderful Selection of Slippers e
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BEAUTIFULLY^ GIFT WRAPPED
For
FOR ONLY
EVE^Y MEMBER of the FAMILY!
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Departure •Jaiuary 27,1962 • Return February 17
NEW SportMtion
OpВ«rulВ« 0#2
liGihhghtfaattcrict.
lop cleaning.
Limited Amount of Reservations Still Amiable
f
TALI. OK WBI'I'K 1MMKD1ATELV
Margaretten & Co., Inc.
'
bv.,.
Helen Harper and Cole Brook
KEEP UPWITH YOUF
HOMETOWN NEWS
I AN
Friendly Store'
OPEN EVERY NIGHT
TILL 9 O'CLOCK
The iiteel potato, one of. the Salt
:•.' Christian Family rim Presbvtenan Church Meld
mo6t typically southern foods. 'i cup butter
^
8t Cecelia's , w t n n u < ] Chnstmas panv on
oflerВ» a wide variety in the l i cup hot water
•• Sunday withi Mr Saturday A 50-cent grab Dag
menu.
Boll potatoes until partially
Robert Matthew*. W M ne i,j pMtures of the -ve• > The Sanieviere \r_g w f r f c a r o ! s m j n r i | a n c ; - F . Sweet FoUtoei with Roast Park done. Peel and cut in quarters
Place raw. peeled sweet pota- lengthwise. pia c e in В» buttered THIS SHIMMERING theater
up which was to frwhmems
toes around pork roast in the baking dish. Make a syrup of ensemble is an award i-.nner J[
r December 15. at
*
o n man
> counts. The ',,a;. s o *
: the rectory will The s;:ts of a:i enem' are roastme pan. during the Uit the sugar, butter, water and
hour of co«lcing the roast, salt. Pour over the potatoes. I fashion wise, is straig:.- with „
,,;) December 20 with ]u.В«t!y to be dreaded
Basic them once in a while Bake in an oven 350 degrees all-in-one sleeves. Thr side ft
'.:-•. William Burk- There :s no little enemy
until potatoes are brown, bast- swept skirt with soft flattery |
.•:•:. Street, and the
-Benjamin Pra::thn with the mea: drippipngs.
ing frequently with the syrup.'and the fitted bodice with ap- w
Swert Potato Saairie
If desired, when ready to serve peBling bare yoke and straps В«
: cups masned sweet potato sprinkle with chopped pecan* we held in perfect harmony |
with Talon's 16" Magic Zip.
hot milk
praise-worthy zipper with sewJ tablespoons sugar
Sweet F * В» U Biscuit
d line
l
h side
d of
fI
2 cups cooked mashed sweet ^^ guide
on each
: teaspoon sail
the chain for easy application g
1 lablespoorts butter
potatoes
It' M
d R
h pattern
tt
N
It's
Modes
RoyaJe
No
i eggs
>2 cups flour
1 teaspoon nutmeg
2 tablespoons sugar
; cup raisins
4 tablespoons shortening
I IP * \ l > MAIL THIS COITON TODAY
'.В» cap chopped pecans
'j cup buttermilk
smooth. Sift and measure Sour. I
Marshmallows
'< teaspoon soda '
add sugar, spices and soda Sift |
l
•< DBR1DGE PUBLISHING CO
again. Add to sweet potato*
Add sugar, sail and butter to t teaspoon cinnamon
arrins until 44 teaspoon nutmeg
mixture. Make into a soft |
thf hot milk, stirring
JKEES STREIT
melted Add to the mashed! Add the shortening to the-dough. Roll and cat,, into b i s - 1
KDRRIDGE. N J
sweet potatoes Beat until light hot mashed potatoes. Mix well.• cults. Bake in an oven 400 de- j
and fluffy. Beat eВ«g yolks and Add buttermilk and mix until grees for about 25 minutes.
5
; ВЈr,:.O5ed please find $4 00 tor one-year
add :o mixture. Add nutmeg. •
suDscrtptloD to:
raim*. and auu Beat at
•; INDEPENDENT-LEADER
whites stiff Fold qto poВ»w
] CAixTERET PRESS
mixture. Pour into 1 buttered
bak:r.g dis:1.
Arrange the
:, EDISON TeWNSHTP-FORns W %COS
marshmnllows or. top Bake m
an oven 350 degrees until the'
IT " sent to:
souffle is .В«et and the marshmallows roasted a delicate
browr.. Serve at once.
A DRESS
1961
f O l THE LADIES...
Perth Amboy
HI 2-0900
Gift Certificate
Select your gats from
our host of famous
brands tor ill the
FREE GIFT BOXES
mitty pink and gray, with
The recipient will then have the opportunity
to make his or her personal selection.
Plenty of
FREE
PARKING
In Our Newly
PAVED • LIGHTED
PARKING LOT
TbВ« U i y NwВ«lc*. Two-lww
tliopwl. Pwtty, puk,
p**m*t. (AC/OO.
TRAVEL DEFT
276 Holwrt Street
Shop at Home, where
you always receive
Prompt, Courteous
Service.
PtMIH COMMNY, I K .
Enjoy C h r i s t m a s
carols wfcile you shop
i s m store
, Htm ВҐВ«*. N M b M
t
at
Bear Entrance to
Stow
HFrKMRKB H. 19В«1
Foundation
$L900,000 Scholarsh
PAOE EIGHT
Township to Get Largest
Share of Education Aid
A
WOODBRIDGE — Wood- been set asiU* for lUtc lid for
bridec Township. Middlesex ne* school iwlWlng in MiddleCounty s largest school district, not County, hit the ahares for
will r'TPivp IM8T.7M in nut* each dirtrlet will depend on
•Id for operational expenies their buikUnj profrap*. The
during the 1962-63 school rear, planned progrmmi muat be far-!
compared with В»1,140.227 Oil* warded to Mr. Blunt before;
jra:
ertiMMei MВ» b* determined.
Thf
the largThf ctal
ctal rrepresent*
pr
7011753 in
i FUte
rs? tfcar* of 17.011753
aid to: operational exprnw* in
school district*
m
v
P
ijfri
Ttir ^ r * Jersey acbooU rerpiv.ii!! jranij< sir Bloomfleld
Cn!W" BlrXimflPld. Collf?' Of
SR:V F1i?alvth, Convrnt Siato
;in:
Drr* University. Med'air Fa-rifiiih D'rtinron Uni,
I? F'Vr Vi-,;\f:>.!v t'T-incrion^ Seton AIDNJJ1. rho ftHВ»!l t'r.ivrnitv South Orangf. Wni 11 houK.
Sir^:is !ii'tltui." of Technology K*M**T »rr» !.•
H<-^k'-;; and l"p.В«alВ» College her. xas arra-.er".
F.,v' i"Va:-,:'f
titrate B*n-aT •
F'' ;r>: r! th<- 37" total grant,' yesterday
gn -^ Nn\ .Jrr^rv CollfB'is *nd T h ' Amb/ji,: .
U: ; I T ' : : I "
Pr'^n^pton and to breaking »-•'
Srnrrs rr'Mvcd capital Urtnte f n y Wit pVad"!
P:;:;'-ion »>o r»>cfl»ed a «pe- the amo-.uii 0' #:»] eront for Near Eittem ttoi said h<- •! .
«:t•:riif« .'vi a <hfir.twl en<ti- H» van h'lrt •
nfrrlii.- f--!V*.'hip All of thВ« i u n and hm :;.
>r!-i'»li> receivMl unre-was • contirrjtr! ;
or-.Mrir'.d irant* and Falrlel^h reprfsentrd b> » •
ir.'tiiv-n rTrired a sewmfl «<J itt*n«T JfH-. ••:,•!".! fo: (he purchafe of laSi>r(it vi "Mjulpmfnt
'
n • . The Foundation, wtablu'hed • TWCimi
\Un
,r. 19?S "i> Sr«nd»rd Oil Cnm•wiv NPW Jerwr of which
C OL O N I A
Driver in Hotpitid
.;->•/.•-,.4u,
TO WFD VFXT MONTH
Mr and Mr* John Wexan-
'*k#C*
CВ«tona. inttotinr? the enticement of tbrir fcwhtrr,
thtf
Of $4*7.067
Jan* \lexmndri. u Richard
rear and amount? to an aver- SISTERHOOD SPONSORS
Michael Fwnrnko WB of Mr.
aer of approximately m In aid yoRDS-^Thf Sisterhood of
and Mrt. Michael Famrnko
per p-jpil Tbe cost of edti- parkway jfTish Center spon;; Chanukah party FJITTIW ATejior CMВ«HIВ».
eannr a child in Middlesex M ^ m
Tbf r^nВ»W *rf В«ra4aatВ«
Cmirty :< ruinated at over jor a,В» nrВ«-lj formed eflcpror
WeaArMfr Htrb WВ»ool
WM
-jrttioR last week at School X
An additional II.322,34?. hag Mrt Lionel Wolpen.rtcВ«p m i - * 4
Mb* F w В» WUPJOTH fry
dent, directed the program
|
В»|
inih the assistance of Mrs Opprnbetn Coihw of Mrnlo
i
T
WO JUVCIUieS
Ct
after
Theodor* Sanderi. wilt of the p . *C
. .S
Mr.
.S. Foment
R p В« mr
;BPintual
ifacen.
U * I iВ»>planned.
N I T iWin
weMinc
,
and
Hebrew School in* ta
Children of the Sunday tfcr r.S.S. RinOolph A, J I M
clauec entertained with festive
- Two jure- g ^ j l n d 4 ^ ^ Toys and re-
Itf/tr/
twwn
!**'В«.ore
There
of
M
n
and onf attempted robbery
Menlo Park.
Pelt, head
er
liveinCTIfWnny
TUev es^ped from the Center
October 31 and were picked up
by Jersey d t f police this p u t
grand
Mr
* n d^ ^ A n t i W n y
' S * * * i n d Mr- ^
^
(Dewtr B BMM. and her aunts
and uncles. The children preI sent were
were Kerin
KerinPa
Parcel]: DonSgt. Van Pelt said the rob- 5 0 N B B O ' ! '
I sent
D
beries occurred October 31 and ^K08—Announcement hai na Pagano, Andrea Lynn Dom
b e e n r celT d
toUl o f
durmg
the
first
wee*
of
No*
*
В°*
***
••init.
Viola
De
Palco.
and
Carol
durmg the first
aro Ann Piccln
N o Ann Picclni all of Newark;
vember
He said
said money
money waa
waa the
the K" to M r " ^ Mr В»- Harold
vember. He
* Cynthia Knapp, Totoira and
Lieb
24 V
N
**nd
only thing taken, although
the
L
* ***'vender 27 at Muhlenberg Hos-ijogeph Saph^e. T
Lynn Marie
Marie
b
exact amount* have not been
^ j ^ y e t e g u ^ fonner saphire and Debra Ann's da-
" T S PeJt added the ar- в„ў В»*^
V ' ^n_aU^5ewaren
rest leaves only a few robbertes u ^ J^J K A IВЈSSO!J
in the toiraship nnacemmted gEWABEN — Mrs. Margaret
for and "ire expect to haw ga^ga, Charles Street, informthem solved within В» Ie*e( j police Monday that her
weeks."
was entered through an
CHRISTMAS AITAIE
ISELIN"-The annual Christmas party of the Ladies AuxGreen Street Firehouse
the firemen as guests.
Now
Modern Student!
that schools
out for
) outh nil
ON LEAVE
,„(,
to tbr r-v,-.
;
Bv (or: rrir Bro/tim ^
Party in
in Menlo Park
being Tnteing r<В»
been
' В«
NEW YORK — Eight New .Mr. Rathbonr u.
Jersey college* and unlveraitleslalK Kiipported n
arc among Uv 295 privately-1tic affiligtp.v nj
supported educational instltu- ard: Humbl" n
tloTin *nd organizations sharing Company. EВ«V.
the fl.WKi.000 Fwo Education Inc. E^o Rev;,
Foundation imВ»nts announced tlnr-crine c-irr.;.
trKiav tn M J Rathbonf. chair Pipe Line O m ^
mn:i "f DIP Foundation.
"~"J" "'
' j
AVENEX -- NmeteeO-yMir-- % y . - ^ old oВ»^BВ»*KhU:. Mttnrt. F t a r
•
wr.d f boВ»r-1ini on Avertel
Stn-n «»n «ertmwt]>. 4njur«d
Sunday nitht whrti he waa M1В«I M. f
BAGS BIG ONFS: Robert ShilUnf k m m f in rnvicd tanntrr durinc thr pan «ffk by <th«ottnt t«« d m out in
bv a car operated by
rania IIHJ the ether in Nrv Imrr. On lhf left. Mr. Stullinc disphls tht ^rrrn-yoint, U5-pound buck hr dropped In Prtinioo"i'(i
KucWe.- 4*. L f h W j ^
*rh-ania while with t hahtinit part; which indadrd Zoltm Miyn Joe Rjan and J w Mltko. On thr ritbi. fhf u m r gf^ ,
a
mu
Decemy- "3 '
Mr. Shillinr ftands with hi* ri<ht-point 165-pound derr shot tbf firВ»t dВ»r of the New Ira*? seaMm In Voorhen SUU Avenue.
"
'oti-Avfnel Street
Beeghly *aВ» walking on th* . j , f N l i : o r i S " K .
Park. Al Seaoaaitiek aod M Seaminxk. Jr. arraKpanied the Hoodbridxr hnntcr inU tbe HВ»nunlo r ( auntr В»MdВ».
south side of Arenel Street
eon'f r>
when the accident occurred. He
n l 0^
Edna Ma,-a:gai and Mrs EI chanukah Celebrated Civic Club's Yule
_
WM
wrn
w
r
r
u
j
w
mr
wit tВ«ten to Perth Amboy Oen-
SEWAREN HOIK
^r:-ВЈ\в„ўrr
B>-Mi,**,school
Wilson. Mf.uchen.
- T h e Birjioay Club cele-
p^u*<«***^«$%*££«£
FORDS - A Chanuian cele- SEWAREN - T h e Sewaren
^
3n ,iion wa* held Sunday by Democratic and Civic Club uiu ^ ^
# ,f r K .
lacerattona o( the
lm anUami
H G««ge Street. Arenel
with a lun-heon at Koos Broth school where an assembly pro- day, 7 3 0 P M with Mrs. John 0 N HONOR EOIX
m a iun neon »i iww» uium- acjiuoi wnnr u MOCUUIV H»« —*• — - —
—
i j Rihuay
—.
.. foUowed
*.nВ«-.^ by
krcarch
^or-^c ^i^
.-•_ .•««
. . . . Riven
„„.... for
inr the
tKВ» stuttn- Surick
Rnrirk as
В»s chairman
chairman AU
Au mem-^
mem-i WOODBRIDGE
a j r v m H B m o F — Harvey
ME t-MSl
, = 1 Kn-.at'tbe "home of Mrs. F J dent* A Chanuiah party was bers have been assigned to a C o n e n „ , ] i t h grader atteiw!_ T h e Gufld of bt. J o n n A r i . m . W e M A v e n ue. Prize held later for all of the young-committee
' m g Montclair Academy, haa
will meet this evening '
•
. - ^
tmjj^ dinnej
n. be ^ h ^ ^ j
n
i] distinction
v?
a nas ucru В«
A
*"«» *"«»• ? i I U
, ^ «w » » —
vU!
wi
hO
p
hear add
Part in CВ«/i
Or ro
"*exch*Il!!S-1'В»r ^ * r o n ( 1
markmg
^ ^ В«
h *T
R
TYank AnizelHat T 30 o'clock. There will be
^
, ^ j ^? l v e n w each and entertainment provided.. H s m y ^ ^ t ^ n (,f M r . and f P h A Hr
" L France wfflino ch01r rehearsal at church
^
K
E
D
child.
'
Musk for dancing will be to-,Mrs J o s f p n cohen. 226 North ^emif.^В«i,
R AC
*30-d*r
В« e* Contract
В»
^
в„ў D ^ ^ L e u l s TraUn.ted 8 a
e t В°*OODBRUJUb-uВ«Ha
;Park „ „ .
hto DaVents
Mrfcmltlus
andi - TВ« n
Club mmet
* ' - - On * e samer day Mrs
^ Uegh
j ^ iii^hed by 'The Galahads
DefinHin
IHOt'SE ENTEEED
In Eggf" *M:
K
S
^ i n g | M o n d a y evenly a: the home ^ ^ ^ ^ " ^ S
held open hoВ»e for the parenU
Hollvwood: Where the girls WOODBRIDGE - A thief foj a three-.!*
and to make prepare- of
' e streets carefully and entered the home of A Joanuin, enburg Cone:that someone had WIFE MISSING
•s recklessly - T h e Bee- Pine Tree Drive, Colonia. Sun- Mr Rusza*
haye riage to Miss
j ind ransacked the A V E N 1 K L - - Peter
: broker.
hive, Kodiak. Alaska.
|dw. through an unlocked win- Muh.enheK
and evidently fail- T _ „ _ , vTfpOr\*l his wile,
do* and Etole a quart of Scotch Woodbndc^ ;-..
Mis? Preemar.. Other? plant c
to map Antfrom home
and then make Boehm.
Chicago,
THURSDAY, DECEMBER
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15th
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11th
GOLONIA DRUGS
566 INMAN AVENUE
COLONIA
Corner of Jordan Road
Slop! Look! Read! Then hurry-burn-hurry to the greatest, most exciting Grand Opening you've
ever attended! Every modern facility for your convenience! Everything bright and ahining . . .
including our face* as we welcome you. (.onie see what we've done to make your shopping most
pleasant... and also MOST REWARDING, value-wise!
GRAND OPENING SUPER SPECIALS
FOP* DAYS ONLY, THIKSDAY, FRIDAY, 8ATCMAY AXD SUNDAY
MIIK
CANDY DISH
WITH A.NY II M ri'RtHASt OK
While
FREE
DIXIE CUPS Mi BALLOONS
HOURS
8 В» JL M TO II P. H.
DAILY
Colonia Drugs for Prescriptions
Time •
c - * » - r«rri*tai ««k » * • - « - * — • •
FВ»ir rricВ« on All Your Mfiieation*.
Call FC 1-liM
to tbВ« kiMkc* wkeВ«
WE'RE PROUD
COLONIA DRUGS
CHAR6E ACCOUNTS INVITED
WE FEATURE FANNY FARMER CANDIES
LABGE seizonos or cawantAB own
•Hie ntanwey With Uw DRIVE IN Proaiption
566 INMAN AVENUE
Comer J В« d В« Road
CoM*, NВ«r Jmey
P h o n e . . . FU 1-340C
PAOI mn
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1961
SILVER WALLS
BIRDS
.<-^r--<-^o-o-c^' asked for suggestions from a
l m
.
-
i"wt<wВ»T. The suggestion w M
\\r and Mrs Jowpn Por-(to line the wall with silver dol-
Worth Street, entertained lar* and the customer handed
'i-d Mrs. Vincent D'Amato, over a silver dollar.
,.,,,,' L. I,, for Sunday,
Armeneau drill* a hole In the
wall, the customer pound* the
Mn. Anthony coin Into the wall and Mn. Ar
,, jersey City, were weefc-jmeneau puU a small plaque
r ,,, s ts of Mr. and Mrs under the coin with the donor's
Beverldge. Worth name.
rJc
IN YOUR
ACKYARD
* Additional Hours
Set by PoВ»tm(titer
tact a one-day affair. Some the greatest rmnber of these
clubs spend thВ« entire preced-j Impressive winter Tlgitan from
Ing month, or ewn months, the Arctic In ant a decade
combine every acre in their of- This Snowl Owl fllpht dipped
ficial circle to determine where tnto New England, some evenj
birds are wneentratmg; where appearing as far vmth as
some vagrant or rare bird visi- Pennsylvania, Maryland. Dels-',
.ware and the District o! Co-i
tor is lingering.
ilumhla. One of tne.v maimlflThis Interest and enthusiasm
ISELIN - William T. Reedy,
postmaster of M l n Post Ofllee,
Rnnminced additional servwC
iri'.i V1 efvprt bpftnntng tomorroir as fnllowj
Tomorrow and Saturday 1:30
A M to В« P M . Sunday. DeC!r.b"r 17. noon until 4 P M.;
Me-dqT. TKrВ»mbВ»T 18. В»:M A.
M •:r.1il« P. M : Twsday, Wednp"lav, a?d Thursrtny. Decnnb»r 19. :o. and 21. 8:J0 until I
P M snd Priday and BahirduT, iv-omber 12 В»nВ«1 W b o a
R 30 A M until 6 P. M.
f" south M Diton,
f
more public support essential,
rorwrvatlon laws and l*Rlsla-nOly
H o l y Hntir L WLuted
tton will receive. The objective
" „
в„ў
of the National Awlubon So-i
B y Rotary
Society
y
•eiety are not only to create!
I Taylor Is 3S milei iwrtliwttt
Gertrude Haasett, Jer-.of Dawson Creek on the Alaska
{• ty was a weekend guest Highway.
y
y
! XSEUH
St. C<*<lias RosM , Rnd Mrs. William Has\ SITIVIVAI. PLAN
more Interest In the world of ^y Society win h В» . " n Holy
W'pstbury R В« d .
THE EASY KIND
K Cn!lf"mta sctentW Wfnature, but to Insure the c o n - i H o u r m preparation !ir ChristA modern mother and her
N ;.,ClВ»ra Porter Newman,
eerts that the DmtВ«l BUtes
scrv&tion and wise use of o u r , , ^ Monday, f n В» f 30 to 9 30
, .,. . street, attended the De- young son were shopping In a
natural
rrwmrcM
ernrcn
build UT> a "national food
t l
'i p M in the
h
' ,; chivalry of trie Odd Fe'.-jsuper-market. The child, trying
: But the Christmas
8 J . rPRftit of,
csche" Food enongh for two
and ftebekahs, Rose Lodge to help, picked up a packate
^ C o u n t s
are useful In marВ«r
FordT
vpitrs ahoiild n<> ataitabie
BT A U A N D
. Hackensack
High
School
and
brought
It
to
her.
"No.
no,
k t n i u k High Schol snd brought It to her. No. no,
- CВ«n(KSHANK o t h w n j t r b n M t t , rough
wii: officiate.
• within easy walking distance
1
.В«, protested
a ~-^В« the
vm. mother.
uiumu, The
uic annual
В»IUJUВ»L Christmas
v^ni ,>uiiiui Bird
DUU annual
KIIIIUAI inventory
uivenwjry of
01 the
LOe birds
uirusi j^ sJiOTt business rv^tiHE will
Attending wah Mrs honey,"
of every American in event of
*-as
Mrs.
Jar.e
put ft
It back
back. You have to Count sponsored b
by th
the N
Na- ffound
North
America
a r o ud
n d ^ n e y a fte r thp Holy H^ur.
.... u , . T.r.. w i i . Ko put
d IIn N
rth A
i
nuclear war."
..,.,MetuChen.
cook that."
tiona.1 Audubon Society started Christmas time. They ofteniRefreshments will b' " r v d .
Dr Perry R. Stout, tt Uw
in 1900 and has developed into reveal sharp declines or In-!
Univrslty of California, mad*
the greatest cooperative bird- creases in the numbers of * F A S H I O N S FOB ANIMALS
this statement to t component
watching activity in the entire species. Some game officials, N E W YORK—PeM are going
I institute of the National Reworld. Ln.В«t year 629 reports carefully study the Christmas to ^ b e l t w d r e s s p d , h a n m o s t ALMOST AS PROID M the ofricen and dlrwton of Axi* Sitlnrt and L*В»n AMotUtlm search Council and further
*"v published, more than 10.- Bird Count reports before Is-' oplft RCCor dlng to a recent Is Mayor Kotwrt F.. Hrndrnon, IUhwВ»j whoВ»r city beneflti trrnn the handsome nrw | U M ! stated that a В»15.000,OM*W
nnn people participated These miinz hunting regulations 'orVshion by the National Asso- and marble fronted Alls bnildint for which Iw happily mt the official riblwn. Hrlplnj him emergency food mpply sbould
with his QfflcUl daties at 1591 Irvine Street are director* Harry Pressman, A. H. Schaefer, be widely distributed. He added,
rts totaled more than 52 the following years.
Irtntlim of the Pet Ir.durtrf.
million- birds representing 50В« Chriitmas Brrd CounU often]""~itemВ»"lnciuded a mink coat D. R. Minh, Fresident Hddolph J, Saaer, Bnildim Chairman A. V, CaraM, Mayor Hen- that agriculture in Uw TJnlled
derson. Execntlre Vlfr President N. W. Morris, directors t. T. Kttne and. back row. Fred States could not be restored undifferent spwlffl.
.reveal the extension of wlnter-t for (tLn\nMf
w u n iming to
......Ing grounds for some species, l i n a U , n i p r l c e j i M В» cocktail Voorhles, A. H. LeWr, E. E. Horrn, EL B. Herman, J. F. Oeyer, Cwnuel, C. A. War*. til It ((Industrial base. В« H "reIT. * M rbot* Servte, Inc.) established "
the purpose of theselor widespread invasions of a c - ^ g j w l t h r hlnestonc coUar, a
niir's What do they proTe? cidental visitors from the far v e l v e j lounge coat trimmed
Of what use are they? If the? north, and other data wanted
gabardine trench
•*r. I'd no other purpose than in biological research. A recent
terry cloth bath;•) arcuw more interest and loology bulletin issued by Yale
unequivocally y^ n^
rT.th'jy.vm in bird
bird wavhmK.
wavhmK. University
University states
states unequivocally,"
a v ereryng{ h
cats (that
have
erery- have increased during the third
Uiat the rate Russia early next year for a may go even
•:.- National Audubon Society that no scientist studying a n l - ( t h l n g _ m 0 U ntcd scratching
become even settlement of the Berlin criВ»iВ». Army is increased W w o
8imual 0,
*<;•!'.& feel they were fully jus- mal populations can afford U ) ^ ^ 0 ( n a tural logs or covered
final Thej wiil be designed to ulВ»r dl^tslons.
'.'.-(! Ti:e .scores of letters rei-overlook the Christmas Birdj m c a r p etlng to match a decor.
strenthen UВ» security of West Pentagon sources В» M
reived annually praising the'Counts sponsored by the Na;Berlln agalnat Communist pres-;Whit* House
fhrx.mas Bird Court, and tlonal Audubon Society.
jBESERVISTS 7B0BLEMS
ieconomic advisers
FtrglreUi O K DtVU
'WreВ» and to ww^e f r e e access agreed wtth
unequivocally that it Last year's Cliiiitmas Bird, In a recent M f В« c o n f e r e n w . j ^ В»"*>"' ' w o p e i j c ^ t 0 J " ; n f Running into debt Isn't so to Uie city from West Germany, fense
more club ir.t.-r, s- than Counts dearly indicated a ma-!President Kennedy sought to' r В» t e <>В« April, MaF, and June.
- _ - - .
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stion
I* h ; . . . • an:v:tv durlni? the jor flight of snowy owU acrofsllmprea OB reservists who have!
Ordm for factory Roods rose Sad. K В» ninntag into " ^ ' u в„ў .
Ford Foundation offers new be lncrpasea Irotn
ar iustliies its con-the eastern half of southernjbeen called into uniforms that in September to their hlghert that hurts.-The Tribune, cni- grants to-musicians.
sixteen divisions.
To many it ^ not Canada. Some areas reported he understands their problems, level in two years, to >15.700- cago. 111.
Ion.'
, , , i l t r o \ HOLIDAY AMBROSIA > i .rier* ;
fruit
; -, :hr light, refreshing de'.er.?.b;i'-.v .-if i:.e !:
. • called Ambrosia—scrvrd a"; a f!l'::.^ f.t.ale to:. often_
• , hra\7 holiday meals. Eu:nv»ear..s have always a -xiated
,;,-< with Christma.', too. ar.d thfrp is no better s'ason for
' c up this luscious, sweet dessert than now, when the
;;cy oranges and grapefruit F!ortd* sends us e&ch year
./plentiful.
• ,»t picture a big sparkling brand? snifter filled to the
•i -h plump, mouth-wateruu orange and grapefmt seeBesides their lovely appearance, these ettrus sections
i bonus In good ealing because of their abundance of
•: Ml viumlh C and their low caloric content.
- claw Ambrosia, sprinkle the top of the terring bowl,
dividual compotes, with the clean white of flaked coconut
i canned or frozen strawberries, purple grapes or other
s of your choice will add appetizing color. Some version*
' - toasted marshmallowj and pecans.
FWrtta AmbrofU
:-"jndВ» rrapefruit
3 tablespoons fujar.
•; F.or'.da oranges
optional
l
. jp В»trawbeirW's, sliced
4 cup flaked coconut
• cranifs and grapefruit beror* preparing. Cut slice
then cut off peel in strips from top to bottom, cut•••'•• enough to remove white membrane Then cut slice
• . •iirn. Or, cut off pe*l round and round. »ptral fashion.
!ru;t again, removing any remaining white membrane.
,rap*fmit and two of the oranges by cutting alon«• cAch dividing mfmbrme from outside to middle o!
. : :;•. •-,<• sectior. by section, over bowl, to retain juice
ir.В»:r.!r,s orВ»:-.gf crosswise. Vir.ch ir.ick. Combine
;>!„.•, otangei and itrawbemesi « » r i n » wtth «war if
' • ' * Turn Into ser-ing bowl o; individual dunes snd
•. i . ' w'.Di coconut. Y^ld; 6
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THURSDAY,
PAGE TEN
MAKING GOOD AS PRO - By Alan Mover
'itchen
•wise
Hollywoojt News
by LVDIA
"DauEhte: of Silence" Is the
Richard
p*odurutm
by
By Altar CatlibertMB
MM Oak Tree
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Richard,iMary MartJr. does not perform.
; Harwell Wood Avenue, enterPayne has been signed
—Mis* Nancy Kwiat. Closter. talned several people for Sun-;
Was В« weekend guest of Mr'day d;nne; Quests were Mr.j ,j 0 hi* 'first rote since- his1
and Mrs, Robert FiUsimmoni, and Mrs Phillip Albert! В«nd
m N w York He will
jpp^j.
Bemel Avrnur. On Sunday, sons. Larry And Phillip.
tri( General Electric'
..Mitt Kriat and Robert Fitz- Mr and Mrs Sal De BobUe
production of "The;
"(atamans Jr., attended the the- grandson. Joe Casimirt,
Hours"
j
•tei In New York, where they and Richard Kennedy, Newark j
.
В«njoy"ed Dhrrin McGavin in
i The Kingston Trio will make
"Blood. Sweat, and Stanley , , . \ - „ _ _ . , _ _
itheir aattng debut in an eplroo\r-
f
ItnW I oungner
-Mr and MrВ« waiter KJOner. and cniWfcCEwo! and
Grand
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1 it Ch#dfi3> c•il
"В« m y other В«
1 brq» r m • v a
U c S PВ»rTmt *
Gltltf c h c t i
j^p of В«Mr6i G. Goes to Col-
riatwl
Winner^
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Priie
P'-'««
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Walter, Wood Avenur. В» e r e n , . f .
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guesU Saturday of Mr and
•
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TODATS FILM *rVTJE I
Mrs Joseph Grodeck Trenton
^ W M t h e mn&
Bachelor In Paradiee
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prla>!
While there they alВ«> в„ў " В« T m n a r o f | 2 500 ir, the Beauti-: The plot to this movie sets
ltr. and Mrs, Larry Martin.
. Ju , ^ ^ C o n t < a r t n e W by the Bob Hop* down m a tiuge Cali-j
—On Saturday afternoon, JJ P V York News,
. fornia housin* development
Mr and Mrs Walter Kronen Richard was ffted at a din- tnown as Paradise It is a
* i d son, Walter, visited M rn e r m the N e w building and;funny satire on community
> n d Mr*. Ralph Caliendo. Sr.,W M honored at own house held living m a development.
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•Kewark. on their Mth wedding b > hii family Sunday, fie has BOb working under an alias,
Anniversary.
ltWD brothers Albert. Jr.. who ^ iomf
a book on the Ameri« —Mr. and Mr*. Alexanderjis 19 and Robert, 16
i Can scene, particularly the!
•CBthbertwjc and wn and'
•
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' 'typical American housewife.i
Richard and Mau-j The g u industry's most spec- The fact that he is a bachelor j
Oak Tree Road, wweiucuiar hole — a Texat well wof'fclng in a community occu«unday guests of Mr. and Mr».,nearly five milei (Jeep—his pied solely by husbands, wives!
louis Schmitt. Rahway.
;been abandoned by its drillers and uncounted little ehildrenj
^ —Mrs Anastasia MiLskiewia. u a "duster after failing to addf to the comedy
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<lKKcln. Poland, who has been;produce either natural gas or one oJ the outstanding
jWUnp Mr. and Mrs Stanley,oil. The world's deepest man- gcenes is the woman traffic 01Jllukiewici, Oak Tree Road.imadf hole—one of thousands ftcer handling the children as
Jeft Saturday to visit In Cali-:of "dry" wells abandoned last they get on and ofl the school
•fomia with relatives Mrs Ma*-year—cost some $3 million and'bus Another is the one in the
Ifewia. who Ir the mother of required more than two years' ;super-market during thehouseBteniey MaDdewtcz. arriwl
taidrffllr*.
|wife's day
The veteran actor iiandleg
littl* fOBICintH
Oth
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tВ»rd nt pic
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quantity :t.
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THВЈ CIU0 fiacoRP OF fS.
MORFT U K I f S \ F W WOODBKIPr.r SIORf.: Tnmlnf Uir ker h> the Jw* ««r
offlrial openint of Morey URur't nrw -Xart at 1M Main S t m t It frank Srott. Jr.. pr
dfВ«t of the firm. Looking on. left to rirht. В»r* LeВ«tВ«- H. Wrlfht, rtt frmMent tn fh
of adverttoint and В»lrВ» pnmwtkm. and HareW B. Cneaal. rtorr ait* manater.
THE TWIST AND HEALTH
Alabama Ch'ropractk A«oci«- wa« opposed to it morally beiruvrevnXJL. Ala—A chlro- uon th»t the new dance l t d is cauae he wm« a parent and
praetor who it alio a dance l n - l t yteВ»Hh ruaard. and ia tot nhjratcmily be/auВ»e of the etstriictor В«ays th# "Twiat" I* lot
,ftcU.cn the sptne Um
the birds
|mQna
Dr W H Plimpton toM the! The chiropractor said that heifad cВ»n cause
MAKE iTAMUJJCALCHRKTMAS
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MINUET!
Low Down Payment
Bank Financing
Firft European fairs ia
the Middle Ages started
becaute tarwerj and ON
tisens were afraid to
travel oiont to get ts
market tosr.:, Tfc ; В«*В«i
and highwaymen w В« n a
constant p e n a c t . Fair
Days were designated —
one peopn liuvcteu to
town in large groups for
safety's sake—to gooip,
barter and seek
nent
CRASHING COURTSHIP
look around i n M h r n com* ki and aM tin tuptrfa
Minuet that givti you mart ti everything yon want in •
horn* organ-man briliianot and depth of tone, morВ»
venatility, more choict at dВ«sisn...ind mart of all, raw*
enjoyment for tvtrv member of the family. Tht Minuet
it В«uy to own and it b Miy to play-cvm for begame*
Conn's "Initant Muse" method sees to that! Coma in toon
Firtf fairs in America were held
at harvttt time wncn merrymakers, then as now, celebrated
bountiful crops with good food,
good fun ond taTO'ift drinks
made with Antique Kentucky
Straight Bovrboa.
-set, hear, play tht Minuet. f * O N N
Take that fiat itep toward ^ * ^ i , v L ^ r _ k i
tliletimeo{plea(uii...tbda7t
O R Q A N
JARDOT
Piano Company
448 Rahway Avenue, Woodbridge
Expert Piano Tuning and
CONN ORGANS and KIMBALL PIANOS
Op«n Brery Night Till 9 — Tri. ML 4-54M
iBMrncOou «• PnadKi hr QulUke*
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CONN ORGANS FROM $995.00
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First fain were held in. Ancierrt Egypt!
* CONFUSED
I Each year, when rhe waters o* the NBe
I Stranger — When doe* the flooded the lowlonds, tormers crowded
j;five-fifteen leave?
, trie large citwi wfiere merchanh В»c4d
rheir w a r e s . . . otrobch and jugglen
I' Trainman—At a quaner past
entertained.
5 flv*
I Stranger—Thanks I get all
1. mixed up over this changing
niof time.
Incomparable
stmas
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a hit weil-knowfT personal t p • peaiinces*LanaTtinwr i» the
I bachelor girl in the community.
I Much credit should go to Jim
ВЈ Hutton and Paula Prentiss In
• their youthful roles. Their en-j
I thusiasm showf a great capac1 ity for comedy.
!
Gmtfae
Put chВ»
p^:' ol doufci.
Luxury and kwprice were never blended so beautifully
first a* of tix wort) "Dannytrook" re'r-'ed to tht foir
held each year ir Donnybrook, Ireland! k i i known
ior tr,В« lighting that took
piace there, the Dor.nybrook
fair a t v source of tne word
corinyhrook"—meaning nny
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twira U wnb a car hundwla o! puunda
lighter than t-he bit; j<ibe—and. ;>artnel,
you'vt gut yuuneil some reai Ou.'
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u U be wi (w a leatiic teaaoo I
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N t w M o n o - P i a t e rear
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multi-leaf springs. Big and
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they help give you & nde that
puts you in mind of the big
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and
ALBEA
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torium. A Chrtatmas party
,
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;. •• interest in the businra?. the St. «.ftdre*'i Church rK'«vr
(M w BMIM Setsl
roouw ! PВ»'.rv
.—
-• ."'•; oung clerk confidwl to the Holy Cnnununicm in a body »t
t Hr,,,«i..- ~-m '--..i' _ M I r> O»k T T « Dni».-..—
- „ IT irettj -tenoitrapber
the 10 A.M Maw Sunday
R»~i,-S! 500-".H(l-2H—«02. D, BT»difT
'*'.!r. SilOP P-!T'
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"He did?" she asked in sur- Their monthly metung is
3t. J, Kdpl IIS. J. Ba'.io :"•• r' r^r««-»
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scheduled for Monday В«t 7:45
••» D Anrt^rwn 307, « Jtuko!* 2B4. «Th!'f Blr:» inn .
•
*>'• Yeah" the voung man re-'P.M. In tRe new church ' ""
fi Llrflk 103. C Pimuro '-K. G P - n - n n " ?hartr.В»cT
.
, illed reflectively. "He uii i f - \ -Sunday the WoodbrMsr
hon't tak? an Interest In the Kadets will have v:es •Cnrwt
fouslnes pretty soon hell fire mas part? at the American
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Church u-ill
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LIQUOR STORE
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Route 27. (x)lonia *
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P:"-
Salon
l.'i.'^ A\В»'iirl Street
Ir. thr Proiissionjl Buildinc
.WhNELVJ.
WINES
I
LIQUORS
(ilFT
DECANTER*
SAVE TIME--Shop for the Entire Family
IMPORTED
ind DOMESTIC
(HAMPAGM1*
GIFT
BASKETS
Mad? To Your
Ordrr
UNDER ONE ROOF AT
"The tpparel Cmler В« / I m<"> ""I MiddlfSM tounliM^
"( oldrini: a Specialty'
Full Linf of
liuvnumkip
v c for v a . . ~ - . f •'
.• C h n J t m i i ,.•:., '.:••
'.- f o l i o * O i - * J '
Beautv Culture
9 V. M. to 10 P. H.
MARKS HARRIS of Rahway
(В»PIA n VII.V В» \ M TO 6 F M
n.ootn \VEDNF>D.*YS
ME 4-7U5
• 'fi :
:- c
! i . : ... v . r y
:,,-,
x-nl u-
For Christmas Cheer .
• tor'
.:.:; :';-jr. the
mc.rts ih*
. JS i at IK t
and Comfort All Year!
;. f i r В»irrr.!h, *.
, j - tr.ica unUt-r UJ
. ^-J:J" fun В»hi.r.
• ptcul!\ isorcs »nd
: sjciery В» o m a ire
. ciaffliaedfor «:!':. - •! Shop hi><
.
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if lurmcn: tnd in
- •: -h ire nol reiJi!»
Evans
jr. depth,' ami '.: s i p UuJ 1 coal h "
HAND TURNED
-,:sr.cJ. Vital poinn
В»a\a,
pocketi, batk
: -x ;;ucrv—all whjeci to
;,ouid h В» В« thick'
u: t-r.Jcr tur.
1 jr.'I aJwW /1
•
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Six Big Departments
To Serve You!
SLIPPERS
Lach I-air
Boy's Dept.
Men's Shop
Thrifty Fashions
Youth Outer
linen Closet
107 Vtt*
'.,, l o r i , N. Y for
t! or mil dim $Olt't M
. • wop m to ut ut
.. ' j - . r В»uiy | В« r c y
•-.•:!- I*i«m »i«A J*'-'"
•:tm to mi far <W
Your duide to ye bed in Mm Slippm
Available in Anv Amount
Shop
In
Wood bridge
OPEN EVERY
NITE 'TIL 9
FREE!
ONLY
Beautiful Christmas Gift
8
B o u t With Purchase
SHOPPING DAYS 'TIL CHRISTMAS
GIFTS SAY
"Open me
^first!"
OPEN EVERY NIGHT T H
Schwartz Shoes
All KITS
13', O H !
One of
PUBLIX
PHARMACY
'idui Mrret,
t r f , tvtSil^uВ» TUX M
"CI > u x IUV
liiu,ma.,,, chmuuu
OPEN EVERY EVENING TILL 9 THRU DECEMBER J3
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1519
STREET
RAHWAY, N. J.
MARKS HARRIS
rhrutmas
Gift HeadquarUn for hamtly Apparel Sim* 1907"
(X)NVEMENT
M41IS STREET
In Ufibted Muuicip*l Let at
(*t the beai)
Wnt Eatnacc to Ow В» w r
IAHWAY. N. J.
THTJRSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1W1
PAGE TWELVE
pttlent* saved while In 1982, U O | M
If,,
one out of every three cancer
patient* will live. "With our * В«
..
present knowledge we could when dusting „,,,,
save an additional 87,000 pec- iraRlle Christ mhs . :
pie who will probably die o f " * в„ў ,
NEW BRUNSWICK - "Ap- cancer In 19W." Bpauldlng said,
1
Drooptnn froth,-,
proximately 1.500 new cancer "If they would get • routine
canes will occur In Mlddlewx Unnual physical examination, a ^ ' e e l like new ,r rt:
County In 1962/ warned M - and if they would .we their automatic dryc,•„.,,,
physicians when »ny of can- 'Make sure thei e „,-,
iwln B, BpauldlnR, President
aeven danger signals l a s t s f o r t n e fathers t,, i,, ( ,
I the Middlesex Chapter of the
\tm fro week* or more." These ^ f . * " В»veraВ«e s17l, ;
American Cancer Society,
County Reports
On Cancer Cases
GLAMOR GIRLS
Christmas Recipe Tops
With All the Small Fry
Thf CrowN
Have you tu-r met, the ChristmВ«s snmvmrin? He i.В« a bit'
rr;;x'd ^p, o! course, and a
•tnfl'- nuttv Olistoninir whit*.
vi iy frlendr*: he often wears
n 'vown of "purpst" gold paper
• Ai. a riessfii centerpiece for
I thf festive table he is a deliffhl! Halr-colorln* Id and ha* В»1-;
!—litprally sweet enough to eat.: wa >'s been a subject for feml-;
jrarcfully packed as a gift toinlrie experiment, Henna Is older!
wrs and friends, w h a t t n a n the Sphinx and the ladles
be R more original and of ancient Rome sat in the sun!
of your.by th* hour wearing bleaches
made of alum, black sulphur
igoori will greetings'1
*and honey to change the color I
Snowman t"В»kf
:of their crowntaR glory. Today;
|
iSerm 161
we have hundreds and hundreds
Anthony (Juinn and
| « r«»
of shades, rinses, and tints to
in a В«<rnp from Carl Fore- |
coconut
choose from.
man's "The Guns of NВ»vi- |
rnnc." a new (nlombU re- |
p
leaВ»f also starring Grttfory
Pinch
m
Mtwied
Prrk and David N'ivtn in !'•
iВ«
vou
are
not
В«Urfied
with;
Cinema Srnpr and Eastman
n
women;
Color, <<UrtinK December 17
HEALTH aid BEAUTY
At the Typewriter:
It if difficult to wnti a
column uh<'n your heart \t
breaklns T'nr pasting of our
publisher. C h a r I f * Edwyn
Gregory. В»a,c. a grfnt sha-k to
Us pvpn though В« T knew В»ny
down d"rp that ho had ovc:Veorked lhat great big hrari of
hte Hf was more than an employer tn u.>v—and even mnre
than a friend—'hf was more
like a big brother, somfone you
tc when the join, beroush.' Now he is no
JW ,. Bl ,' with lit,- but wf \\:\] continue to work hard nnri do our
level bPft m bfhalf nf the community for Wf arr sure he
would want it that way, . . . I
worked fo v Gre^ for a good
many years. AUhough I met
him for the first time when
the 800,000 Americans who will
be under medical care for
cancer." 8 p a u l * i В« oonUnwd,
'275,000 will die of the diaewe,
about one every two minutes.
However, this note of pessimism
-*=F can be tempered by the fact!
that deatfi rates in general w e ;
leveling and in some
cue*
dropping off." Spaulding В» l d . |
According to the figures of the;
American Cimctr Society. 1937j
sa* only one In seven cancer 1
•Meat Packer Oeto Divorce;
from taWfrfng Wife." In other;
When choosing the new color worts lie canned the tongue, j
—Clyde Moore in the
dependent-Leader ddi I really ter to Mr. and Mrs. Charles
mature face than a mopfor your hair It Is best not to
(mixing
Ohio State Journal
i e t to know him. Larry Cam- Kurta. 21 Grace Street:
ixing bowls.
MI*.
В» briVhtiv colored hhair
i tthat
h tU
is be drastic The best guide Is a
ninn
from^ Port
Reading,
a daugnshade lighter or a shade darker,
-neaiea 350
JSU deaeВ»,.-В«i
Bake in a pre-heated
В±в„ў*в„ўL
plon was
was kind
W n j henough
e n j ^to brine
^ ^
^ Rnd
^ CorneliU8
20 m
minutes for not natural.
from the ter to Mr. ana MIS. ^orueuuoig,.^ r OTen _ 20
d make any
Hair-cclorin,
* - modern
* В» Work from there aand
"!methods,
Hair-coloring
!d I became,e a
a staff
staff Grondin,
Grondin, 15
15 Second
Second Street;
Street; a
t ^ ^ j n c a n 45 to 51
under the dlrecHonoi more changes necesaary, alowly.
of the new paper. So,daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Juan for c a ^ e 6 ^ bowls. or
fWin V P S r S
II worked
BUI В» I U toros.
В«. | V d , *W
I c g ^ P S W st done. Cool 10 to 15|В» professional,
135 rrB Street: —
a daugh-|
Our Speedj Aft
U
out on
wTth 0re(i - c r u s a d i n g whenter tosMr. and Mrs. Charles;
Mowed
NewВ» from^JIoUywood. via
from
the need arose and trying to re-.Fleck. 85 Blair Road: . . . from
m e nrea <w*«^ •»"- » * — - -[Life:
Mrs.
. . ., .._ as
. . .lselta
.,_ v _
^0 Mr.
jjj. and
g n( j jjjg
part the news as obiecUv§Jy,
Is very little different* "Once m a lifetime" has
crosswise.
Put
TODAY, DEC. 14
mmrfble He taught me never Emest jjarotr, , Trieste
imr»« 0Street;
. . ^ . ,icake
, ^ ^ in
, n nhalf
,
crosswise,
rui
"
"
"
"
::"•
.
j
,
t
)
81
Bl
been purchased for production.
, suacepan mdjbetween a dye and • ttnt.
E anything for g r a n t e d - a son to Mr. and Mrs. T h e o - | c o r n ^ p
tato
The title has been changed to
eck double check and dore Ruschak,
1046 Oreen; b r i n g to a m
Beat reserved|are liquid and a r e r
"Twice a Day."
aaain to make sure my Street;
. from Colonia. a s o n i e g g w h l t e s a n d fflit u n t u theyiperotide to
w*в„ў?
FORDS
V
ntTDOISE
*^re right. He taught me
neer to criticize without suffident and good reason and I
learned true humility
umility and charcha
to Mr and Mrs. John 8 a n e h e s . [ g t a n d i n s o f t ^HULI,. GraduallyjBoth color by oem
770 Wood Avenue; . . . from ^ j ^ the hot syrup and con-|the hair &
Woodbridge. a daughter to Mr. t l n u e y^ung
until frostlng;on. Many
and
and Mrs.
M Francis Caro. 71 Cut- n o l d s i t s ^p. Beat in vanilla." 8 a temporary
Cirtwtt, W 1.
««
from him. It was Greg who ters Lane; a son to Mr. and
upp wwith
The
Sme u
i t h tthe
h e idea of T
h e Mrs. Edward
E d w a d Sesko 585 Rah- "
Independent-Leader
m Hope
Hoped Christmas
Chitmas way Avenue,
A u . f r ofrom
a
RITZ Theatre
b w
,
j
cgkes
M
are two
together
M^SE/s s Ct -as *
iv has brought happiness and
bope to many a needy family, street.
Because I was close to him.
TRICKS WITH DRIED BEEF
jj Dried beef 1 sometimes cajledj T U R N P I K E
DRIVE-IN THEATRE
, .
n I M shipped bfteft makes a hearty ]
t.
tntf Irrail cases the recipient
Q I f l , r ; . f m a В« J Y e e g main dish out of a baked mar-1
r i . w from where the " ' ^ '
aroni and cheese casserole. If
n
TODAY THRU SATURDAY
hehv came. Greg's greatest A few simple precautioniscan j p j a n n i n g t o serve creamed dried
Measure was in helping others, help keep holiday accidents L j o y e r toast { o r l u n c h ^. "Journey To The Center
And now as Greg looks | from happening. The following1
Of The Earth"
down uoon us we want him to suggestions are offered by thecheese sauce rather than a regPit Boost - iimrs MUOD
know that w will doo our level!Connecticut State Departmentular white sauce.
- Plus best to continue in his foot-i of Health.
"SINK THE
us
icicles:
\I
J
flame-resistant icicles: SUBSTITUTE FOR BEEF
1 Use
В« Iiame-resasiam
BISMARCK"
:»-*•*, ^ . ^
j When preparing spaghetti
Kfnnfth MoiВ« - Dam Wyntn
Here U There:
'•"••on
f,AM n
ItrrLo irttriOrV O1
Marine
_.
for the
.^r, nof
f \ff
Mrs.
,.
.
. ,
_,
Isubstitute s a l a m i for
Wheeler, son
Mr. Bnrt
and Mrs.;
b J Lbefore,
befo" l s u Qb sutni tdu t e^ js a !Qar jmn di half the
base
B. W. Wheeler, Grove A v e n u e ^, ' ajc r ^o s s u p
salami and cut the other half
Woodbridge. is undergoing six j holder
holder containing water
watr and in narrow strips. Sliced mushweek? of instruction at the fill'' daily.
l Remove the dry tree
Naval School of Pre-Plight at [immediately after the holidays. rooms are always a delightful
„ , ''addition to a spaghetti sauce
t ,
Ppnsacola, Fla. . . We received]
to The Do not attacn too many Ught' too
an annual
annual ccontribution
nt
Independent-Leader Christmas 1 strings to one outlet and he
m " CarT/n
l VV lat i= • « R a t i o n is not worn or|I fuses
fund Z
from
Caroy
1
are the right size. Never
sockets lose.
Cohen, formerly of Woodbridge
use a penny in a fuse socket
Do
not
put
candles
on
or
1
•nd now of Tavernier, Fla
Do not hang
metal-foi
Carolyn writes "Makes me fee jnear the tree.
sure the
good to be even a tiny partt of! Be
-- —
— "snow"
the hometown observance, and the tree base will not burn,
!
your fund is surely a fine ac""
*
' "
tivity. To all'of you a Merry,
Merry Christmas and a New
Year filled with all good
things"
. Ronald MacKenzie,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
MacKenzie, Alden Road, AveFRIDAY THRU TUESDAY
SPECIAL RATES TO
nel, has been designated a reGROUPS
John Wayne in
cipient of a Merit Award from
Grove City College, Grove City Every Night
I i |C
Pa. MacKenzie is a junior Except Monday
majoring to history...
7;30 to 11 P. M.
Also
Momd
ISELIN
85'
Matmw, Saturday,
Sundays & Holidays
Z:M P.M. to 5 P.M.
50'
Pfc. Ronald R. Marsh, 24
son of Henry Marsh, Worth
Street, Iselin, recently achieved
ppbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb Dbxb vx
Stevens & 6th, South Amboy
recognition as a top Arm
•marksman by qualifying for
the expert marksmanship badge 1
during range.Ilring with the!
Army's new M-l4 rifle in Germany. Marsh is a 1950 graduTODAV THRl1 SATURDAY
ate of Seton Hall University.
Paul Newman
He has been overseas since last
Joanne Woodward
Sidney Poilifr
February. . . . Pvt. Gloria J.
Casterline, 19, whose parent*.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. DiFabbi, live
on Falmouth Road, Iselin j e eently completed eight weeks of
Frank Blnatra - Tony Curtib
basic military training at the
Women's Army Corps Center,
"KINGS GO FORfH
Fort McClellan, Ala. She is a
1961 graduate of Woodbridge BUNDAV, MONDAY. TUESDAY
p i g h School. . . . Airman Basic
Paul S l u m s
C'laudettt Stvms
Elbur H. Richards, Jr., Adelaide
Avenue. Woodbridge, is being j
assigned to the United States
Air Force, technical training
- В»fd course fqr communications center equipment specialists at
"WORLD BY NIGHT
Sheppard AFB, Texas. He comIH-CAI MIIIH WWII* " В« "
• pleted his basic military train- OUTCABRIOCE 'TO P ^ £ K U "
In* at Lackland AFB Te^as.
; JBtman Richards is a WjHS
jfraduate.
'
— Uld —
Bill WlUUlr.
"— HA'tenon
"A Dog's Best Friead"
KIDDIE
SAT. AND SL-N.2.P. * •
WtbWsDAV THВ»lTMO!fD*Y
Dart* Udd . Arthur OConnfU
PUB Smith
"MISTY"
- and Stuut Whitnun • JuUtl PTOW«
EXTRA! KOLOR KARTOON
KARNIVAL FRIDAY NIGHT
"THE FIERCEST HEART"
SPKCIAL KIDDIE MATTNKE
SAT. t SUS. AT \M T. M.
"THE PIT AND
THE PENDULM"
CHATEAU
LOMAINC
"CQMANCNEROS"
With John W n
SATURDAY MATINEE
"THE PIT AND THE
PENDULUM"—2:00
DAY OF THRILLERS AND
I
AMERICAN
SPA.RKUNG
Bottled In
SCOTLAND
Pitk
86.8 Proof
Every Drop
8 Years Old
LAUGHTERWEDNESDAY, DEC. 20
Sparkling
Burgundy
.49 $1.79
4 1
"Hiigariai Show"
Full
4/5 Ot
"MIDNIGHT LACE"
Darts DВ»j . tott Hitrlson
Csmini Krdotsd
"THE MASK11
Boi Officf Oftm 5:30 P. M.
Show s u n s 7:15 P. M.
KLU DAMt В»lВ«kbВ«TВ»
MAMOY - fill 70 PnВ«< 4 SO*
WITTY'S Sxprenn
WHISKT 4 S ftt.
OUMIARTON UNADiAN
WHISKT 4 5 В« .
—
WITTY'S Undo* 1
GIN 4 SQI.
'3.49
6UWAT MIST IRISH
BANKER'S
VODKA 4 S В« .
WHS
I KY - 4 i
uai
ROD t GUN
VODKA-100 r r M < 4 / S В« .
ROD I SUN LM4*В«
» . —
$
IIВ»
I
M9
SCOTCH WHISKY 4 5 В« t .
NOW THRl SATVRDAV
M i SfВ«W
M
*n
Paul Newman
Joanne Woodward
Ernie Kovics - Cjd Charisse
No Shows W>d, and Thur§
. BLENDED
WHISKY
SUNDAY - TUESDAY
DEC. 17 - 1 9
Rock Hudson - Jtin Simmoru
- Plw -
By Popular Request
SPECIAL KIDDIE SHOWS
NFW YORK STAn
SCOTCH
With Vtownt P r t o
SOUTH RIVER
CL 7-1198
WHITE'S
DAY OF THRILLERS AND
LAIGHTER"
"This Earth Is Miie"
"PARIS BLUES"
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
RAHWAY • FU1-6T1I
LIQUOR BAR
PERTH AMBOY
HI MSS0
SINDAY THRV TrtSDAY
"THE COMANCHEROS"
i GOLDEN HOURS"
SOUTH AMBOY ARENA
STARTS SUNDAY
CKLWB
EXCLUSIVE at PUTTS!
24-HOUR SERVICE
UK
mot
fHnntcalm
(WAfilW UVSMV
AWBD
BARGAIN MATINEE
KRIIIAY THRV
"PARIS BLUES"
THIRS
•;-*"•t
MON THKU f'RI. TUX
CHRISTMAS: "5c TO 3 P. M.
Laurence Hirve)
•THE LONG A.ND THl.
GALA HOLIDAY SHOW
SHORT AM) THt TALL'
STARTS FRIDAY, DEC. M
NOW THRl
"THE MASK"
, fnnf Hm Sot Leatt:
'THt YOUNG SAVAGES"
453 St.fitorgtsAvt. I I Haia Street
Com*'
FRIDAY AND SATIUDAY
DEC. 15 - It
i S ? " o v e r в„ў es or tree
ROLLER SKATING
In the MaSbag;
M I-5W
NOW THRU MONDAY
DEr. i) - u
Bqrt Liacjsirr • ShrUy V l o U n
Unusual bleeding or diВ«
jfor the last 30 mi1;
dlachwge.
^rlor Is from drying .
A lump or tiUckenlng In en.
the b r e n t or В«JВ»ewhere.
A sore that floeВ» not heal.
Cellar steps <•»,
Change tn bowel or Wad- В» ' В« " by painting ti
der hablU,
: w h l t * o r • v e r y brie!
Hoarsene* or oough.
vtvti\ paint odn( s
Indigestion or difficulty In! If you put a tables;,,
swallowing.
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Edison Township and Fords Beacon
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and
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1961
o b'
Bailey
Raise
WOODBRIDGE — P»-dinRnd Kath. who will t 90
\ivirs old Saturday, w; i be
feted during an open mise
n Irbralion tit the Ami ican
U-eton Post home, B vrv
Htifft. on thai date ft m 2
to 10 p.m.
His son. Thomas, w.,1 tx>
host for the occasion.
,HHUlCiF,-Health Of.;,) ,) Bailey, known
.',. his many fripndВ«
,, ..iiary boost of
.,-„- bnard of Health I
T>ii'.-(!В«y n i g h t
...
В«;><j Ma* b"Pii a n
. ••;, n '.iid l o r t h e
. •.;',) -I-m rCrt'ive
;
.FanwoodMan
Hurt in Crash
Friend* to Honor
Ferdinand Kath. 90
WOODBRIDOE - A FВ»nwivid man sufffTfd fadal lacrin:;ons.rrfiUirins? 33 sutures,
pwiMf head tnjurif 5. frr.ctured
':irm Hiid abrasions of the (cneВ«
m a four-vehicle
accident
Tiic-rtav nluht on Route 1.
THken bv Woodbndjte Emer•tiny Squad to Penh Amboy
OIVTAI Hospital where'he ii
p a r t e d ;n fair condition WM
H .-v.ifri H Wheaton. 32.
J'.itioimen OfofRP McCabe
and .Fotir, Kiimclt reported the
a••• id-T.t w i r e d when Wfh«a'or-, ri'-.vnia fouth In the north
Vmr.d Line of Route 1, near
Riune В» intersection collided
uth a car driven by William
Shaffer. 21, Woodruff 8treet,
l,<plin Wheaton's car continued
ii for approximately 90 feet
:\nd then collided with a Me- '
ond ear operated by Ronald D.
Yule Program
Set for Sunday
,.-. alvo includes
1
i- '.iii-.ittirmn a n d
,, !(,]-. T1'.'1 viilse 1
.- ••(!'•{] by Mir S t a w
, i' MnMiivUni.
WOODBRIDGE ..--Th' Kins
H.i* C'umr" m the th<;n* of;
tli" Clinstniiis piouram •» be'
iM-i'-i'nicrl by the Sunday School
P'lpiN of thp Woodbridgi Gos•,»•! nr.irc!'. at the Sund:r. eve'niiu srrvicrs beeinning m 7:00
unrii-r the direction of T 'nmas'
Uiirn^. senior toucher. Pi rents
and friends are invited in atpud
Toniaht a! 6:30 the sixth annuni banquet of the Men's Association will be held in the
lower auditorium of the church.
Guest speaker jiWill be Rev
...In raise was Mrs.
, , ••m.irit. chief dertt
• nffiiT. Her salary
, rrt from I3.P09 to
",iВ« hffn an *m:
r David T MilMiiIng on M r .
,• tiud UP " h a s
'.firs of vrvirt"
of
in
on
•i;:1 ,.i1r & q | r v e x * P»* (.rtmt Kntrhi Prirr M H inn n.ninn M,r
i' :hc "department В» m d danof.. Shownn rirhaniMnE
u u n e r.i\H
n ; В« | a r c led to
.i.jalt to purchase
Rrx. (',. ROOT. A n d r r w J*o«»ny.
: t it thii time. Res) nrr.plftlnpd of odors
'mm the Biiunhall
Santa. IB. Almon Avenue,
Woodbrtdw.
The officers said the which
continued on'further for another 300 feet and then careened into a truck owned
• T S n a c l f ' X ' ^ C h u r c h . i M™ FROM CRUISE Mr.
Womlhridtr
Mrs.
.it t testimonial dinnrr South Rlvfer
ight Robert Muchanic,
Saturday 230 P M
and McCann.
.
r r * rMltly в„ў'uв„ўed from a cruisr .iboard thr 1TSS ^arim-uth, Thry
Thomas Vlnton, 39, Or-tam,
N. C.
Police said the three othВ«
drivers escaped injury.
the n i * h t sightseeing, swimmlnf and shopping In colorful NMMU. Mrs.
Miss ( a
f
Mln
Ichoir of the Sunday School willj
P »°'meet for a final rehearsal for;
the Christmas program. At 3
R sh
P.M. the other pupils partici"
Woman t Club Plan*
pating in the program will
\ gather for a combined re
Yule Entertainment
WOODBR1DGE Exttt
MoA
Slum
hearsal.
' service
service hours
hours for
for the
the C
Christmas ISELIN — At a meeting of
Tuesday, 6:30 P.M., the Pilrush at Woodbridge Poet Offi
Office lthe Chain OHllls Woman'i
. - The children of
.grins « 5 Colonist, of the Pl- COLONIA — DisUict Cap-Mrs. John Flemm. Mrs. L. De- are as follows:
Club, plans were made to visit
Hamilton's third WOODBRtDGE
„„„_.„...„.
- Faith in tached to Morey LaRue's main oneer Girls will hold a Christ- itains for the Sister Elizabeth!reck, Miss Lynne Brusaw. Miss Saturday, 8:30 A.M., to 6
the Roosevelt Hospital Monday
* grade class at School 22. pie- t h e (futt l l r e off woodbridRC
wodbridR and
and Linden
Linden headquarters.
headquarters
mas "Pal Qal" tea.
and conduct Christmas enter|Kenny
Fund
Appeal
made
11-Nancie
Brusaw
Miss
Gail
MUes.
P.M.
1
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s**nted
an
" *"' •—•
~m its Mam Street
.In
.
. .murey
. . „ _ LaRue's'
William
tainment for the patients from
ncui,™ an m»,i"»'j ••"•
Street shopping
snoppmg
in charge
cnarge of
oi Morey
uanuca, Captain
captain Uli
wuimju Butters
BUIIHI of
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Colonia Gives $804.44
{To Sister Kenny Fund
'Children Have Grand Opening Features
I, Meeting
^
Half Price Sale, Gifts
Held bv Club;.
'
Mrs. Marion Lee, captain; Sunday. 10 A. M., to 3 P. M.
until 8:30 P.M.
The Sotaren n e ws pronrtm. The lesson was a r ( . a w a s v ( n c e d t n i s ^ i by retail store outlets is Harold B. Battalion 1090 of the Christian nal returns lor the
aoor to
( Co-Chairman jMrs. Irene Amsel, Mrs. Dorothy' Next Monday through Friday
drive
last Wednes- p i В» n n e d to stimulate, interest in p ^ , ^ ^ , o t t j r p r e a ident ef Cucual. well known in his pro-(service Brigade announced the door drive toE.
Co-Chairman
SWhite.
;8 JO AAI... to 1 P i t . , December A donation of flO was made
Wisnlewski,
lute.
Janlna
he recent
recent natureiMrs.
natu
to The Independent-Leader
-n Frw Public rfadinj through a mock pro- t n e M o r f y LaRUe Laundercrs fession for the Quality achieve-jwinner of the
which amounted to 1804.44. , Mrs. Ruth Stebbins, captain: 123, 8:30 A.M., until noon,
: Christmas Fund for the needy
eonteSt
IsRnhprt.
Robert
m.^tln* was gram in tune with modern liv- a n d cleaners,
В»aners. as
a she
u eofficially
u i n t i i i n j ments
U В« . H M he
^ has
'••— made
••—*•- in the dry
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jfamliies of the Township.
his firms new store at cleanlni? field over the pastiReid, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Mayor Frederick M. Adams JMrs. Gail Jones, Mrs. Florence
The next meeting will be held
-----Ham Reid, 328 DeSota Avenue is honorary chairman and Mrs.| Jacques.
•Tc5i« ^.^^"^.^^''""'^WMalnawt."
"'three decades.
Alyce Moody
lAlyce
Mooay is Chairman
^imuiuaii for
w Mrs. Elinore Todt, captain
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a i. ..n.suna* pray- mA vegetables in order to e r e - . , . , . . .
,
January 13, 1962 at the firethe Woodbridge township drlve.jMrs. Oleta Hair. Mrs. R. Peni tiy M i s . C l a r m c e a t e t h e i r o w n K r | D t
A half price dry cleaning sale
house and installation of ofa w tneir o * n script.
^f.^^ 3 0 p l u s
n o w lhml%h
The district
t i s anfll™^ M r s J ' I * r r t o n e : *"• £
ficers will take place. The anPawlMU were. Kathy Sul»«a, f r e e g i f t s a r e highlwhting.
inual Christmas party was held
Fire Auxiliary
O c ^ в„ў - M o r e , URue, "Get AcquaintMrienne Kafka. Jo-Ann Stan-; ed W l t h cjuallty" grand open-,
' - Patricia GВ»bnel, Debbie!itl(I ce ie br ation.
Troop
Conducts
Unit Planning
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I PORT READING—The board (after the business meeting and
jof directors of the Ladies Aux-jgifts were exchanged. EnterDorothy Clpperly. Mrs. Alyce Moody, captain; ilary of the Port Reading Fire tainment was provided by a
COLONIA — Troop 44 B.S.A.
meet- tain:
Mrs Alyce Mooay, cHpumi.'uary oi tne con ncuumis t u M i u u n ™ »«• p.«.~™ -., already owned
Mr Russel Moody, Miss Carol Company will meet this evening'commlttee of club members
under the direction
Mailas. Miss
Mailas
Miss Diane
Diane Oambo.at
Gambo.'at 8
8 oclock
o'clock at
at the
the home
home of
ol Mrs.
Mrs, under the direction of Mrs.
Miss Carol Poloskl, Miss Marl- p a u y taRusso. Clumbus Ave- John Williams with the assistMr..
lloot Scout being added to
unit
Chandler, Clifford Newman
!
nue, Woodbridge. New elected ance of Mrs. George Kacfeinko,
roster.
| Trinity Episcopal Church will bara Garfingel, Mrs. Yetta lyn Moody.
John
now total
and route sales
belber. Mrs. Dorothy Herits,
"officers are invited to attend. | program chairman.
Ebner. chairf
h
i
h
1
Mrs. Mary IdeU, Mrs. Patricia
•::are Opartmeiu A * « * <W B o o k " ^ '?„.»«».
, KKaua
„
Ladies Auxiliary will hold itsj
SCOUTS HELP NEEDT
yKashmeier,. Mrs. Marie Ken••• -.•ick»«c» sent ou-.childi*n of all a«e» was held: Ir_ c o m m ei,ting on bi» ' r n n s l T e n d e r f o o t
and
w w k B o o l t 6 w e r e K]e d
FORDS — Girl Scouts of
Mrs, Marion Lamont,
mv at8
•;•'•• • w U T i u a and b*
T
rtfВ«.В«ons for coming to W o o d - i g ^ j n ,
ief to Glfen
Troop 179, sponsored by School
Mary Malley, Mrs. Joan
Clark dranu ehair-*»• t h ( > Educational Reading b n d f , p t h , M o r P y L a R * p r e s i - K e a m y w n i l . o Scoutmaster
tuuuuu
r
House, A Christinasand
social
will 7, at a meeting Monday, worked
Mlllroy, Mrs. Mary Radler, Mrs.
$2 gifts
" , i ' sic has a piav Service from hsw wcommenaea d e n t w ,; d . . W p f i r m i y believe i H e r s c h e i T a r v e r welcomed
The ^sjiouow
or January 1TV1962, 7:30 P. M. Virginia Thall, Mrs. Frances WQODBRIDGE
WmJUBKiuut —
- inc
me metmie wiu •-. s " » |on a crepe-paper wreath and
ular
nreeting
of
School
i-il
m
be
exchanged.
Mrs.
Joseph
. -l- Must Tali" toby the Ubrary Journal and the t h a t t h i s c o m m u n i t y is stand- nK e. w >В»
^ UiВ»^ В»
^ В»^ l h e - i
w
Mrs. Michael Parrell reported
ular nreeting of School i-il i w m be exchanged. Mrs. Joseph on a crepe-paper wreath an
Weiss.
PTA
_ ndd M
Kalina paper Christmas tree orna••ri t.i the club late- Children's Catalog. They in-. i n g o n t h e threshold of a re- During an impressive candleM r s J o n n Kalina
Society are sellTA will
ill be
b held
h l d Tuesday
Tuesday aftera f t e |NeviSi
rNi
r s Jonn
Mrs.
Hedy
Ott,
captain;
Mrs.
^ uhospitality
chairmen, to beiments which they wU donate
U ' s o n who »» 5 eluded old favorites as well as n P W e d e r a o f p r0S pe r ity "
noon at 1:30 in School 11 a u d i -,! M
u o 4Mi
i calendars.
1
il
...man of'the btztar the b** oflmngs of numer- .. W( , m t h e M o ,. p y L a R u e or- w ; s c o m m e n d e d by Scoutmas-i .ft
torium. A check for $5 will bela^igt^^M^rFTank'Batbato" to a needy family. The girls
distob- Helen
also worked on their "badge
presented to Miss Caroline ^
ciardello. Mrs'.
N-.-..-mwr M. an-ouВ» PuWtahen.
intend to do even- Ut T a r v e r f o rh i s effort In; .
rani/В»tlon
t e n b e d r i d d e r l WoodJames
Edrington, Mrs. Ann Bianco, a fourth grade student, J o g e p h C o v i n o a n dM r , AnHi _ sheets" which are used for their
...: ,i * M a success: MrВ«. Florence Augustine, thing possible to help makertis e a r a i n g W s star Badge. Mr
^ . ^ b y M r s w i l Roberta
.
e
own reference.
Gronski, Mrs. Ida Qillam, Mrs who wrote the winning —•— >
-—._.
' ;. CВ«Midv m В» r t В« i nrincip-1 stated the fair was f j r m conviction a reality, he S p e n c e r presented the Star
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date | T n 15 very successful and the school declared
Badge to his son, and Billy save"?"
il.-i*4 with all the will be able to secure science Many of the important un-; hta m( В«her' a miniature Star| u h
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Miss Bianco Winner LJEr" ВЈ%ВЈ ВЈВЈ?ВЈ
Of PTA hll ContestT
v™- & «» ™*
porothy Hahl, Mrs. Florence \
Mrs. Helen Mason Mrs;
t h e m e o f the |Korte,
^
p r i n ted
_-Hetprul TeUer."I
newspaper belng
thepTA
vs^T^^s^^-r^sTre^^^
^ ^ ^ Cnrlstffias|
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the children
childr at the
o rthe"
chairman, Mrs.jRue.s main Linden p.ant -Jnimsters John Cody and Gus t
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c < m t r i b u t i o n to s t . JAis^ _ J ^ , _ ^ \ f В« ^ ^
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h
hild
t theffi
to (^'Anne's memories was a Christmas skit.
.younger children.
Mrs. John Byoris was pro- iTundermann.
uВ»..^w mv._ performed ...
•••'..i:. aiff Road. Co- M r , fo Ro»enth«l.
gram
chairman
assisted
by
Mrs.
Mrs.
Evelyn
Stehnach,
cap[Troop's
dance
team.
A
film
of
'ods
mia.
Bll.ljВ»
MB,., •• , „ ,
^
<ili be Mrs. Harry
,
jr i
Wat Denny,
y Mrs. _..
In addition to Its laundering previous camping trips was Farrell, Mrs. Joseph Sipos, Mrs.tain; Mrs. Walter
Mr- Clark and Mrs
_,„
James Bennett, Mrs. Stephen Derby
Denson
Mrs.
A.
Boyter,
SlSternooa
Elects
Mrs.
A.
Boyter,
Derby
Denson,
mrs.
A.
w
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m
,
'and
dry
cleaning
*>
and
tacinues, shown.
Shaffer Mrs Allan Stewart
• A ' ;rxb , rg .
RALE HELD
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Mrs.
Jean
Corrigan,
Mrs.
W
gl
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f
Officer* ВЈ
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i . v m i U U r A n a ••——
MUirji u " » > '•"" - - - " . . .
Macfie, Mrs. Jean Judd, Mrs,
В° " " e O}u'Jlcers |
the Troop's Mothers' Circle.
i: \ HASH TARTY
iA white elephВ»nt В»ale was Utf j n ga n d renovating plant which
C. Ammann, Mrs, Mimi Fried- T e-FORDS
— The Sisterhood of $
BRIDGE - Plant ire highlight of 1 meeting of the i s e n t e r e d to be among the In place of the regular scout Wolny, and Mrs. William land,
land, Mrs.
Mrs. J.
J. Karpa,
Karpa, Mrs.
Mrs. AA.
. m P l e Emanu-El electeda reIts S
5
meeting
tonight
at
1:30
the
Wedemeyer,
I
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r
s
by the Woodbridge'Americin Jewish Congress, ( l n p s t l nt n e nation >Its huge
Mrs. A. E. Kiel played the Bengston,
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Dr f ho 7,
m\n. first' slate of officers at a re- S
Mrs. u
Bertha
Zurla,
C
r
Sidney,R
c
Troop
will
hold
a
Christmas
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meeting.
Mrs.
Sidney,1
n t
carol
music.
Hostesses
were
M
A
Haley
В«it
l d ssiuiagc
t o r a ge vaults
forr •• Chrtstmw
Chnstmw Middlesex
Middlesex County
u n u m Chapter,
V.MВ»KВ»-. at
— cCooia
. . ^ have
. . . , , .a
- ca- party planned
piannea by
Dy the
me Mothers'
muuicis carol musc
O в„ў*;t-lt^
l Beth
B t h Sholom
Sholom last
last nUht.
night pftcjtij t off .60,000
.6o000 garments.
garments
Strain was named president.|
21 Dr Walter Temple
[Circle. Scouts are urged to Mrs. David Hair, Mrs. C. O.
IMrs. H
Other officers
officers are: Mrs.'S
enlist w u В»c.'MrВ». Nathan Boydman was in R t , f ; e c t l n r Morey URues (bring clothing and toys inDupree. Mrs. Joseph McGook- Mrs. R a u g
Olive Wolf, captain; Marvin Rosmarini
in, and
and Mrs
Mrs. Prank
Frank Meszaros.
Meszaros. Mrs. Gloria
. member . i a meet-charge. Refreshments were r e c o r d o f steft dy progress over .good condition to the meeting in
J first vice
Wojcik, Mrs. Marithe past 75 years was the ror- for The Independent-Leader
lyn Lane, Miss Eileen Wolf. [president; Mrs. Richard Ellner.
d d t L a d e r ROBBERY REPORTED
second vice president; Mrs
imation two and a half years Christmas Fund.
OPEN EVERY
WOODBRIDGE - Mrs. Lil- Mrs, Evelyn Artz, captain; Norman Rolband, treasurer;
ago of the Morey LaRue InMrs
Winifred
Drrutia,
Mrs,
~
dustnal Supply Company, a!"'
lian Rossner, School Street, reNIGHT UNTIL
Helen Breese, Mrs. Wendy Doll, Mrs. Milton Saltzman, financlsubsidiary of the main firm.
SWECT
TOCloverMEET ported the theft of a leather iMrs. Emrich Artz, Mrs. Paul secretary; Mrs. Irving Patch
9 O'CLOCK
ISELINADELINES
- The Iselin
Mrs. Emrich Artz, Mrs. riuiiiiKUEiiuj,
^ _
Morey LaRue's Industrial
.^af Chapter of Sweet Adelines case containing $90; a pay en- lUUtLlWtutut,
Duesterdick,
Mrs.
D
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h
y
en,
corresponding
secretary,if
_
_
Company is
entertained the PTA of Port velope containing $125 and* a IRonge, Mrs Elizabeth Bartlet- and Mrs. Samuel Arons, re..„ more than 50 of the1
Reading School 9, Tuesday yellow gold wrist watch with ti, Mrs. Norma Donchevsky, cording secretary.
•st industries in the area
[evening.
The group is planning [diamond studded band valued Mrs. Ann Craft, Mrs. Marge1 Trustees are Mis. Sheldon
В»i.n uniforms, cuats. towels
Christmas
party Monday I at $750 from her apartment. Miller, Mrs. Eleanor Nesbitt. Schiffman, Mrs. Meyer Friedii :id allied items. Its operations
8:30
P.
M.
at
St.
Cecelia's for !There was no sign of forced Mrs. Thelma Miles, captain man and Mrs. Herbert Pine,
conducted in a recently
the d l s - f T В° U * h V
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SS ^ 5ВЈВ°Sci Knopf, Mrs^H. A
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Gift Wrapoin*
Watched
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Handl-ChMfe ;
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Silverware
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Woodbridge
Ml 4-UJ3
Rings
For Gifts
for
anil Decorations
EVERY MEMBER
CM UirME 4-8U0
Hell Deliver
of the *
I Aromatic Evergreens and
• Ottjer Holiday Greenery
WRfeAT
POTTED P
BEAUTIFUL BOUQUETS
Member •
PLANTERS
FLORISTS'
CORSAGES
TELEGRAPH
DELIVERY
and fpr those departed
Attractive Grave Covers
FLOWERS WIRED EVERYWHERE
Somert
Slower
Slower Jfoude
"The Living
60 FREEMAN STREET t
WOODBRIDGE
t HfR
HIW
FAMILY!
CHOPERS I
81 MAIN STREW
WOODBR11MJE
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OPEN [ m HIGH! TIL CHRISTMAS |'
FREE l'AKKINC • HATSDUJiARGE
Tailored and
Dress Bags
from
fi .as to $25.
100 MABV STRt:ET
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(Eartpret
CHARLES EDWYN GBEOORT
November 27, 1904 — December II, 1961
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WOODBRIDGE PrBLISHINQ COMPANY
Lawrence F. Campion.
Vice President В«nd Treawrer
Bj Currier, It Centi Pir Copy
Ralnchptlon r u n fcy null, Inda'dlnf poitife,
one y*В»r, В«4.nO; slВ« monthi, $2,JJ; tMw roontti,
|l.!s[ !lnile roplfi by null, IS В«*ntВ«. AU PВ»JiblВ»
la tdvtnce.
enough to offset this aid outflow and
the results is that the dollar's stability
is seriously threatened. The drain An
our gold and the dollar's weakening
position in the world of finance has
now continued at a fast pace for some
three years. The trend must be arrest
ed and rather quickly, or the Kennedy
Administration will be forced to take
forceful action.
Whfle the U, S. dollar has been
sound for so many years that we do
not think of the possibility of a loss of
confidence in it, nevertheless the dollar is today the subject of much nervous speculation in various financial
centers all over the world. There has
been speculation of a readjustment, or
devaluation, but this is not contemplated. But such an eventuality could
occur, if the inbalance continues very
long at a rate of three billion dollars
a year, and our gold reserves continue
to shrink,
Reportjrom Washington
CHINAMAN'S CHANCE
\
'
88 Patricia Avenue
Colonla, N. J.
December 9, 1961
Editor
The Independent-Leader
Wopdbrldge, N. J.
Deaf BIT:
One thing which has pleaaed
me regarding the "yes" vote for
the school referendum last week
la that apparently many parochial school folks have voted for
a public school pxpendlture.
Of course, vfr nil have a right
to school our children publicly
or privately a* we Individually
see It, However, wouldn't this
be ft wonderful time fof all of
us to re-evaluate the possible
Pentagon Reveals Shelter Plans
For Safeguarding Metropolitan ftd
river, since he already ln:
GOP conference - n
would have to give up
WASHINGTON, D. C. -Cities ,_ hlRh-rankltu; mem i
By EDWARD H, SIMS
and WES HAVIHN
w i t h carefully - mapped and W V P V ,i important cm,,,,,
elaboraU mas* evacuation plane if galtonstBll r.tnv, n,,,
may as well Junk them and'a battle could well sin;,,
start thinking more In terms tween liberal bnrk"
of providing some sort of near- OeorKe Aiken n[ Wriu.i
by shelters if they are going conservatives who \y*m\
to stay In line with current fer either Bourlce Hi:-!;,.
Civil Defense theories for pro- I of Iowa or John Wim,
tection against nuclear ittaclt.jDelaware
Pentagon authorities now!
charged with the Job of safe
guarding the country's popuj
lntton against a possible atomic
assault have now come around
JUST PARAGRAF,
and actual blessings of a public'to the views first advanced
school education.
Inome three or four years ago byj
•«•'<
That our children can and,then-Civil Defense' Director,
t!iai f.
should be taiiRht religion by the Leo Heough-that In moiit e
1 rfnfd.i
areas the popula-:" '" "
pl
churches and secular education metropolitan
by the public schools ls suggest- tion couldn't escape far enough - T h e
ed In the following statement and fast enough to avoid an;
by Horace Mann In a discussion Initial major blast or Its subI>*flnitli n
fallout.
of the Massachusetts School, sequent
.
Romance1 OCM •>
(„;
Elementary School Curriculum
Law In 1846:
FВ° r that reason. CD people t U m 8 , u n ., 1 l i n ( , r r t by
The Pllsrlm Pathers con-j here are currently working on l t
eeived the mapnlflcent Idea, not'a general plan to guide munlI
only of a universal, but of a legalities in revampmj their;
8,.n Ui U.I
free education for the whole respective programs to take unA R ll At
people
, . Two divine UUasJto account practical shelter ar Hollywood
is Hie ,. ;
filled their great hearts - their; rangenifnts -even while conthe world
duty to Ood and to posterity, ceding there will have to be
For the one, th-y built the specific variations of it for each beautiful frames in ,
church: for' the'other, they area concerned.
j
..-n,
opened the school . .:" >
! Meanwhile, they expect
to!
NonLet all who love awl pay for earmark a sizeable chuni of]
. _ "
- Ihp public school system con<В«he Civil Defense biidjtet for;
rВ»MtMw
itlnup to work to make I! n olace fiscal 1961 for provision of pub- Matt Amor;m<; ,,.
to whlrh the general public will lie shelters in new federal.Mweajed in thr i-:
be encournsed to send their buildings planned for early,В«P<iВ« proabirs
children for a secular education construction and In KIW В«ucni<В»rklnf! and elc, i
second to none.
j buildings constructed within1
—™ Fwnv, P.:,-;
Very truly yours,
'lie past two or three years.
T I
WARREN L, WELLER Such ft move would, of cotin*
•Quotation from Mann is fo-nd .cqulrc Congressional approval. .._
tin oВ«"7e 305 of Emily Davles' >ut even ln the plnnnln? stages1 J \ , "
Profile-of America.)
Indicates which way the C D ' S . „
wind Is bluwini?.
.,,
A practicing scientists has some advice for elementary school teachers.
In the True Spirit of Christmas He is Dr. A. R. Hibbs, Director of the
As this Is being written, donations Division of Space Sciences at the Jet
to The Independent-Leader Christmas Propulson Laboratories of the CaliFund^are but a little over the half-way fornia Institute of Technology.
mark. Even the generous, annual con- - Dft Hibbs states that the four items
tribution of $500 from a Perth Amboy necessary In the elementary school
friend leaves us a long way to go to- education, if a student is eventually
raise the $4,000 needed to assist over to develop into an effective member of
100 needy Township families, some of a technological society, are reading,
them with as many as nine or ten writing, mathematics and a scholarly
attitude. What the student is taught
children in the family.
about
science is unimportant. What
If the goal is not reached, it will
mean that Christmas will be cheerless matters is that teachers inspire in
in several homes—perhaps in a home their students enthusiasm for intellecof one of your neighbors. Santa Claus tual exploration and learning.
57 Cypress Drive
- l l l e Tr:bune- C u
By I Joseph Grlbbiis
Colonla N. J.
T"6 c n t n * e u P a r t v C 0 I В»Ntw \\'
will just have to eliminate some of his Beading is important to a future
December 8, 1861 - n a n d coming up a* the result. If a United Si.,'.:
scientist,
because
to
the
extent
that
of
House
Speaker
Earn
Raycalls—and who can face a child who
TRENTON — Governor-elect cratic candidate for Congress.vatlon and Economic Develop- Editor
. „.
jburn's death may not be the „
feels Kris Kringle has forgotten him? reading is done quickly, easily, and Richard J. Hughes is about n В« t November, may be reap-lmeiiL. c;.i:f of Staff, State De-,The IndcpendnU-Lead-nly squabble marking the start'.
.?
— t:) (
pointed until he announces hls'partrnent of Defense Statt^O Green Street
to callo a c s n w u t
Each year the Fund sends fruit bas- with understanding, then to that ex- ready to announce his two most candidacy
!of
the
second
session
of
the
f,
"
f
-'
next spring. Under Highway Commissioner. State Wond*rirt?e, N. J.
ll)nc c a
a n advOr!ls
Important appointments to his
37th Congress.
"
kets to lonely folks who are ward pa- tent will the individual quickly, easily, cabinet
in preparation for his 1961 law, Middlesex County Commissioner of Health, State ""<"" Sir:
n
vl
wВ»s been designated
asS the
Commissioner of
В°
has'been"de
the fiffif-lc.mmlssioner
of Labor
Ubor and
and InI n 1- . II".
vHv
of your very n V , - 1 , 0 ^ p u p b J ^ s t o В°- g ^ . ^ C h W a S 1 '
tients in area hospitals. These, too, and with understanding assimilate inaugural on January 16.
Signated"a
teenth
congressional
district
of!dustry;
State
Treasurer,
and
leading
bold
type headline in
Under the provisions of the
will have to be curtailed if funds are scientific information which he needs State
our
Clever At Lfast
issue of December 7. accessor to tile late Sen;
Constitution, a new Gov-New Jersey and Patten Intends1 President ot the State Board of'>'
not available, It's hard enough to be to develop.
ernor must first appoint an to run for the congressional Public Utility Commissioners. !statin* "Mvndy LВ»9("ership styles Bridges of New Hamp-! Architects cover tli.
sick and friendless, but we haye found
Writing, according to Dr. Hibbs, Is Attorney General and a Secreipp.mtvcnu. n , В» В«.В«.,-HIM Gnins. etc.", I frel morally oh-'s" 1 " as Republican Policy u k e 5 w l t h i v y AacU).
tary of State upon taking ofthe fruit baskets perk up these pa- also essential, because the effective- fice. Other cabinet posts may
of Attorney;at New Jersey's nenal institu-'[«« tc J *« ^
the
I ot A Taceful1 t h i t i o n
tients who feel exceptionally alone at ness of a scientist is limited too often be filled later after he is safe- are the only two top posts proportion*.
Woodbrid'se will r,^-examinp the *'ould be likely if Sen.
facts and question the validity iSaltonstall (R-Mass) is wlUlng
—
Christmas time.
by his inability to communicate his ly seated in the Qovernor's'which must be filled uDon a'
chair.
Qovernorswhlch must be Itliea upon a, T h e Wew J m c > Supreme of „,, R , a , " t
!to accept the Job, since he
Will fmtr"
The Independent-Leader pays for all ideas and discoveries to his colleagues. For Attorney General the new i ^ e ™ j i _ t ^ « . « » 1 ? j - i 0 o u r t took official cognizance; „ „ ,' J,. , . ' . _ , „
/would br Hcce.ptable to both One man to will
ano:i.' expenses so that every penny donated
Elementary students must be taught choice will probably be Arthur of Education, extends to July [ |
•
-v-uv,.—^JI..
i.,,
.uВ»
„—1_
wholeheartedly by
3f cers
of Metuchen, a memTi • S.
He is frid to be reluctant to give up
goes directly to assist the needy.
the pleasure and ease of mathematical J. Sills,the
law firm of former
akc on that
Tiie
population
of
Annandale
T,he $4,000 we ask. of the people of manipulation, rather than having Attorney General David T. WiInstitutions andiReformatory nas reached 735;honestly-, stafr that he has
the municipality we- ask as an offer- them leave the elementary school with lente, Perth Ariiboy, who ls now •Agencies =*w selected
by their which represents 40 per cent'achieree- a "moral victor}'"
the Democratic leader of Mid.ing of thanks for the blessings which a fear of mathematics.
''over-crowding while the Re-,when tlwse sam4 people turned
dlesex County. SUls Is a close respective boards.
are theirs. We ask it in behalf of fel- In discussing the importance of personal friend of the new All other cabinet posts ire formatory at Bordeiuo'An isiovrrwhrlrrin"!:: asninst him by
129 Years of Service
for grabs when the newjhousiiig 83S iumates which ru-voting in tbe poslMve for the
low Township residents who by a quirk an elementary student developing a Governor and recently accom- up
Hughes on a post-elec- Governor takes office. They In-] fleets 33 per cent above normal rcfer-idum he В»o vigorously o^to our Customers
of fate—illness, desertion, old a g e - scholarly attitude, the Science Direc- panied
clude State Commissioner ol | population.
pofВ°d? Couldn't we more hontion Carlbbeah cruise.
Reformator> p s ' l v pxnl ' )l " n>В° "В»"" ,vot'"s
need their assistance.
a
tor pointed out that this included curi- Secretary of State Edward J. Banking Si Insurance, Presi-] A ll Annandale
f r o m th n h p r d i s t r i c t s
of Perth Amboy. who dent of Civil Service Commis.-'liti n a s Deen n В« ; ^ a r to con" '
We ask it In the name of the true osity, the courage of one's conviction: Patten,
of same
ibec"as" t n e
is""expected to be the 'Demo-'sion, ComaiUsiooer of Conser-; verL U o w ; i l | s 0{ „„
f the
spirit of Christmas. We ask it in the to stand against a host of criticism
building into dJUble-decked wln n o t b" rt>cl P'" llts oof
iormuoi-les
and
at
Bordeniown
benefits
of
this
referendum,
but
1
name of faith, hope and charity.
Intellectual competitiveness, and the
.irge numuLrs of inmates are ""'er-theJess must s i i n r e thВ»
183.'
Will you respond?
Know Your Representatives
attitude of doubt (for the scientific
.oused in the cjrrWon oi tne f i n i i n c l B l burdf>n? T h l s s e p m s '
,-injj
by far. the most logical exnlan;
scholar).
ation for t'v slim margin of apTht oeВ«t citapn is an active citizen one В«no is В»ien
Sapreu • Court pointed proval, aand
n d {I sseriously
3rlo
question
During recent years, we have gone and goes to the source to secure the oesi oossiDle in- jutTnethai
Renting Status
while mow severe t h , rfe , of M r
v's pres1
formation
The
best
representative
is
one
who
cooperates
RfMd-nl Parlnrr
through
a
period
of
history
when
the
jver^rowdins
u
found
ui
tne
Unfortunately, many of us try to apse in view of the fact that his
with hi.< constituents and is ready and eager to reeelv<
.wo
nia,e
American
public
has
demanded
of
its
former
backers
not
only
withpear to be something other than what
MtMBbR NtW YORK AND
theii views
aK
jj the other
'drew their support, but fought
AMERICAN STOCR
Herewith are the names of your representatives Keep
il*В» teeing Uie prepare o l
•we are. We fail to realize that status, in schools more emphasis on science.
a g a j I . , t h i m CQ ( m . p n t l y .
llie btaw; !„„„»„ m(1 bewildered to
any field of endeavor must be earned. There has also been pressure in the in touch with them
'i-iaon U
erth Ambay Natloaal Bank
; that you would have
Many people attempt to impress field of education during recent times
I). S. Congress
ess challenging had it
Al (hf 5 Cornrri
Ml *••!*•»
.,100; t h , State Home lor Boy.
others with the fact that their family for greater emphasis ' on foreign
SENATE
presented as per Mr.
a?
popul 10n
11
Jt VKARS IN KfcRTH
languages, even in the elementary 8enator Harrison A Williams Jr <Q> SenaU Office
" \
"
Mund>- in "separate questions ,
Income is much higher than it is.
uftft ,
jt B
OO in quurMn designed loi w n ? n U i e ^mU,s 5 t u l
M
Building. Washington. D C Home— Westfleld
schools.
Quite
frankly,
we
ate
happy'
There are many examples of this.
>00. and tne Reiormaiu;y lot
.continued on Page 18)
Senatoi Clifford P Case 'R1 Senaw Office Building
at Clinton i.s liouiin,,
Some years back, it was fashionable to learn that some one else believes'
Washington 25 D C Home—345 Elm Avenue Rahway
/14, winlc its normal capacity
among many people who did not even that the emphasis in the elementary,
HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES
•
j 169.
have adequate plumbing facilities and schools should be on the three R's —' Representative Petei Prelinghuysep JT >R' fifth "on
Tue court recuaunendwd lun
pessionai District House offiВ« Building. Wasmng
JX Oi prooaiion 10 iivoid mu
electrical power to buy big new cars. Reading, Writing and Arithmetic.
too 25. D. C Home—Morrlstown
..emendouti COM of • uuilaum
They were trying to buy status.
nd mainialning HCA pLnal mState Legislature
In many big cities, such as New
High School English
STATE 8ENATO&
:— With 105 onkt>
York, it is no longer necessary to buy According to Dr Albert R. KitzhaJohn A Lynch New Brunwlc*
4 the 37tt-mile inierstate road
status—you can rent it. If you want ber, Dartmouth College Research Pro.onstructioi. yio 0 raiu uU'eady
MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY
opВ«n to uiВ»[uc, New Jersey b
to impress someone, you can rent a fessor, the nation's high school English
Norman Tanzman Woodbndge
ls ahead oi
J Edward Crable) Mill town
$27 thousand automobile with chauf- program has become more of a reINftREST
Joseph Doren Dunrtlen
Prepare now to be financially
feuer for about $9 an hour. The ,wife ceptacle than a curriculum. He com-;
K, ti. Falmer reporu>
Paid On
nat Mil Jera-y approacheu
ready for next Christmas
can rent a $5 thousand chinchilla plains that among the studies dumped
Board ot Cbosei Freeifllders
uie probiem iruai u realis
thru our 1962 Christmas
stole, or even a full length cjmt for into the program are literature, rheto- Karl; E Mewger President Rutgers University Ne" jtaiiupoiiit by wcil.ug tht
Club now forming.
Brunswick
.oughest parw fUsl, nu>^ad ui
$35 to $40 a day. You tan everi rent a ric, grammar, career advice, telephone
George L Burton. Jr.. 19 &gate Road. Uawrence Brook
xtimg to build mile* ui nighswanky business address, which would technique, group dynamics, choral
With the added
Village New Brunswick
i
A'ays wnere tne need u. no t imperative ln UK eany sut|jeВ« pi
good cheer of
include an elegant office, secretary, reading, placement tests, business cor- BdyttM 8 McAndrewt New Bmnswick^
.nВ« program. In many utact*
Joaepb R Costa 123 Hlllcrest Avenue Edison
ready holiday
telephone listing and mailing address respondence, and propaganda analysis
the State focused on coiwtrucThomu ft Lee. 140 Front Street South PlainfHd
money it pays to
— and Just for the day!
.oa
ul
AX.
eigut
ana
iveu
i
Oeorge
OUowskl
841
Kennedy
Street
Perth
Amboj
Dr. Kitzhaber says that the high
BEOIXAK
uine highways in heavily popuВ«ay a year ahead
William J Warren S7S Main Street Fords
BANKING
HOI Itschool English program is further;
.ated areas.
. . . every year.
Woodbrldge
Township
Committee
hampered by a Jack of continuity inj
Trade Balance Dips
Monday Thru
All of the major rouuВ» u
There's a plan
j u w i a r m *ui OK tmuintwd
MA^YOR—Predertcl M Adams Colonia
The drain on U. S. gold^and |ft| dgl- study, the absence of a ВЈore of good!
jy 1965-66, Palmer rei>om
to fit your purse.
FIRST WARJJ—Charles Molnar Woodbndw
M
lar, has speeded up again in the third library works to be read, and repeti*
t A. M. to 1
.veil ahead of the 1072 t'edtra
Maynard Winston Woodbrldge
Jovenunent's
deadline
for.
coinquarter of the year, after what had tion of the same old writing topics year
You
may
open
your
ChrUtSECOND WARD—Joseph Nemyo, Hopelawn
Friday
pietiou of the enure system
mai Club and duke weekly
Leon Blanchard. Pordi
hopefully appeared to be an easing of after year.
I
A.
M.
to 6 r M
ile
states
the
remainmii
mile
payment! at both our
THIRD WARD—Rooert Jacks Avenel
a serious situation.
age will not pre&ent any piuuWhjk admitting that some progress
Woodbrldge
offlcr
and
our
John Hughes Woodbndge
leai, either in terms of time or
Uelln Branch Office.
Figures for the third quarter, just ls being made, the Professor believes;
FOURTH WARp—Thomas J CoateUo l6eUn
the tremendous costs involved
David
Nicola.
Iielln
In, show that the Inbalance is running that the following steps should also be
,in construction of urban super
rUTTH WARD—John Evanko Colonla
j Highways.
fit an annual rate of three billion dol- taken: recognition by school adminiDavid T Miller Colonla.
fEACEMAKEB: — Governor
lars. This is not quite as high as was strators that only qualified persons
elect Richard J. Hughes uluu
Boroigb of Carteret
the rate during the last years of the ibpuld teach Englkh,- reduction of
to becoms a peacemaker be
aUyOR^Ittphti)
8kU>В»
tveen N»* J«§#j and New
Eisenhower Administration but it is teaching loads (so that teachers, can
President of Borouih Council—Walter Sullivan
York even before ne a&sume
disturbing.
assign more writing and correct It
COUNCILMiilN
the office of Governor ln Jttnu
Thomu Deverin
Walur auuivan
arr.
The fact ls that actual trade leaves carefully), assumption of a more reJohn Rutntck
John D^urilla
For several years, peaceful
the dollar in a strong position, As far sponsible attitude by college English
Alexander Such
Adam Symborikl
rftlationi between the two states
teachers
toward
the
problem
of
lower
as the value of exports and imports
have been stained alonu many
TiwnbH if U\m
goes, the Unitsd States sells more thaA schools (including a willingneu to
fronti. U В» t year when th
MATOR-Anthow U YeltDoalci
Port of New York Authority
MAW OFFICE
it buys. The trouble comes because of work with high school colleagues as
PreHdent ot Council-Nell A. UcDonald
ornci
lUggettfd that New Jersey
Cor. Moort Avc. and Berry St.
(>ur large aid programs — which send •quals), and maintenance of standCODMCTUOtN
UtllUe a ilx square mile area
H i t Oak tnt UU
WOODMUDQE, N. j .
wmum r. Aihtoo
rnwk J. rum
of prime ruidential land in
some four or tlu billions of dollar* out .ardifil good EnfMi byteacher*of all
IBEUN, N. J.
tmm i DW7В«
or. wmiajn Tott>
Morrli County tor a huge air
subjects to establish an excellence of
• Into the foraign market every year.
Member: Peiwal Btmn* l r t t « i a M ft««al D*»«it I U W M M Corporation
pert to relieve Idlewlld Airpon
wuuan N Itonoiu
Waltw H. Wood
"
(Continued on Paft II)
Our exports surplus is not large. performance.
Under the Capitol Dome
L. WATSON & CO.
MONROE A. WMAM
Stay a
Year Ahead
RAVINGS
ACCOUNTS
Woodbridge
National Bank
PAGE FtFTEBW
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1961
)ol,lh
Units
Miller Elected
Holy Name HeaJ
New Slate
Is Elected
By Auxiliary
Mrs. Paul Ablonczy New
I load of Hospital Branch
COIONIA
-
New offlceri
were elected at a meeting ot
,81. John Vlanney Holy Nam*
Society Monday night. They
!nre: Dnvtd Miller, president;
,Fred Nowosad, first vice preslIdent: OeorRf White, second
(vice president: Vlto S a p i e n s
jrecordliiK secretary: Stanley
iSMlmnch, corresponding seeiretary; James McNtChol, vmp
isuier; and William Kllgallon,
imcrnhal.
COU)NIA - Mrs. Paul At a meeting at the home of
;Ahlnnozy. newly elected prcai- Mrs. Zirpolo a large group atidi'iit, was in charge of the De- ;ended to fill and wrap tollMrs. Martin
A\
cember meeting of the Colonla Jtrles kits to be distributed to
COI.ONIA—The l*d(es Auxc y chairman,
branch of the Perth Amboy ward patients the day- before
iliary of the First Aid Squad of
, ||, P Youth Oroups
uewrai Hospital Guild. Mrs. Christmas and to cardiac paColonla. District 12 held I
,,,,,1 n f Temple Beth
blonczy Is successor to Mrsrents during the month.
chrstmfts party and election o:
,, i,,n of activity.
Zirpolo who WAS presl- The next meeting will be In
officer!; Monday night. Hostess
,,l ;,,id sixth groups
lent of the volunteer group for the form of a membership tea
es wore 1961 officers including
.,,. tickets for the
w<> years. Mrs, Zirpolo will re- In February. Members will reMrs. Cornelius Oberdlck, pres"The Crying
plliy,
main on the executive board ceive Invitations when the date
ident; Mrs Anthony Baslle, vice
ll() the Golden Ooose"
Is set.
president: Mrs.GDuB DiBella,
program chairman.
| Retiring officers are: Thorn- 1
. ,.ntrd Sunday, 1:30
treasurer; Mrs. Rudolf Orewe
Mrs. Peter Siderls, nominatias McCann, president; KUger*
I.1IP Temple. The TAKINO COURSE: Airman
secretary.
;Helser, first vice president: AnfSY uroup will par- Basic Prtrr Wplchhan, ,on of ing committee chairman, preNcwiv elected officers are
'drew Horvath. second vice prtt- >
,v serving refresh- Mr. and Mrs, Rolf Welch- sented a slate of officers which
was approved as follows: Mrs
xs. Orewe, president; Mrs
jldent; Charles RuSclano, treahan, 30 Broadway Avenue,
Le3 Chlodlni, first vice presl
Alex Boli, vice president; Mr
surer; O e o r В» e Evans, eorreand
crafts
and
Colnnla,
Is
feint
iMiined
to
KISS MARTANN HOFFMAN Baslle, secretary; Mrs, DiBella
arts
Isponding secretary; Q e o r g e
future activities are the United States Air Force dent; Mrs. Charles Baksa 1
BETROTHED:
Announce- treasurer: Mrs. Belt, chaplain
second vice president; Mrs. ,
j Schwab, recording secretary, '
(.nch meeting and technical training course for
ment has been made n( theMrs. Oberdlck, liaison officer
ind James Brennan. marshal.
Charles
Parks,
treasurer;
Mrs.
HONORED
BY
SAFETY
GROUP:
A.
Oeorje
<Tex)
Perry
nested In Joining aircraft maintenance specialencatement of MlfS Maryann Mrs. Melvln Lane and Mrs. Ed
A report was made on the
Daniel Plcaro, corresponding
Was presented with i plaque for his work In the safety
rt Mrs. Hanen Isaac Is at Sheppard AFB, Texas.
Loralne Hoffman, dauВ«hter ward Wolfe, trustees; Mrs. Cal
secretory; and Mrs. Edward
Held at the first Christmas party held by the Iselln Safety recent spaghetti dinner With
Airman
Weichhan,
who
has
Welnsteln,
,,,,,-ny
,ny W e n
of Mrs, Florlan Hefftnin, vln Donnelly, publicity; Mrs
Nadler, recording secretary,
Club at Fireside Building Sunday. With Mr. Perry, left. 600 In attendance. A report wai
,kah show was held completed bis basic military
also given on the recent musiCommittee chairmen report-, ISELIN — Members of St559 West Side Avenue, Perth Nicholas Krletz and Mrs. Be
Is Harold II. Burns, safety organizer of the club.
tralrilni
at
Uckrand
AIB,
.,i n y and a kitchen
cal review given by Robert
ed on the activities of the past Cecelia's Holy Name Society Amboy, and the late Mr. sold cross; Mrs. Baslle and Mr
Tmii,
was
selected
for
the
I
s charged as adHoffman, to Rojw H. Thaiss, Wolfe, alternates,
Wllms. The a f f a i r В« В« very well
year.
Just
slightly
less
thanl
CLUB
AIDS
LIBRARY
paid tribute to the men who
\irfi. Murray Heller. advanced tralnlnx on the
1,100 hours were devoted to sened at presidents since the ton of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Named as chairmen weje Mrs.
COLONIA — Announcement accepted and by popular debasis
of
hlg
Interests
and
president, an
Thaiss. 35 Archanrel* Ave- Lane, trip club; Mrs. Oberdick,
x\cr
[Various hospital volunteer work parish was organized,
has been made the Federated mand a repeat performance
,„,, ,how, "Calendar aptitudes.
nue, Colonla.
and $638,36 was raised for hosproperties; and Mrs. Krletz,
Woman's Club Of Colonla has will be held at the Woodbrldge
was directed by
The airman Is a graduate pital equipment. Next year the Among those present to re- Miss Hoffman attended the membership.
M,h
chosen as one of its major proj- High School, February 10,1982.
,,, fnl d Brody. 8aul of Middlesex County Voca- group plans to make bibs and ceive the society's recognition Barbixon School for ModelMany future plans were dlsects this year "trie raising of Charles Parks announced the
and
thanks
were
Leo
Parley,
tional
and
Technical
High
,,,!)(ieKatlonal
hospital gownB for adults and
Ing, New York, and Is pres- Icussed. Mrs. Oberdlck is arfunds for the Colonla Public annual communion breakfast
Qeorge
Emery,
Francis
C.
Fo8ehool, Perth Amboy.
, i he narration which
I children.
ently attending school for ranging for a card tmrty at the ISEUN—Children who were Library. The club recently held will be held at The Pines, Meley,
Robert
Deerln
and
William
.,,rrrt by Mrs. Jack
lucky winners of silver dollars a raffle for the benefit of thetuchen, after the 1:45 A. M.
3ihler. TJiose who also held beauty culture In Wood- First Aid building late In FebruNt, K Franclne Bergbrldge, Her fiance jraduated ary. The installation dinner of In a grabbag at the chrlstmaBj... r a r y
'Mass, January 28, 1962.
the
top
office
but
were
unable
' piiinist, Mrs. Charle
party of the Iselln Safety Club""
to attend were Patrick A. Boy- from Middlesex County Vo- the squad and auxiliary is also
. doreographer, Mrs
were Gary Ballschneider, HarIan, William E. O'Neill, Ray- cational and Technical Hleh scheduled fot February. Mrs.
.,|'.,i\rd handled the
[old Burns, Jr., and VIcKe
mond Caffery, Kenneth Beck- School, Perth Amboy. He IsLane reported the group will go
R
,,„! Mrs. W«lnit«ln
a graduate of the V. S. N.I to New York City during March. Burns.
er and Robert Peterson.
„ ,,.,,ii the scenes.
The auxiliary is Interested In I Dance winners doing t h e |
Radar
School,
Norfolk,
VirEach man received a small
... В»f the cast were
Increasing membership and
gift as a token of the members' ginia, and Is a non-commis- Mrs. Krlete announced prospec- "twist" included Mark Brachen 8
,!•. Charles Bobkler. COLONIA — Mrs. John Ya- mental In organizing a Library
Harold Burns, Jr., Michelle &
sioned officer aboard the
appreciation.
tive members are Invited to at-t i, n,- r. Saul Straus, tublk, 65 Stratford Drive, hasStudy Group within the CoThe occasion was the regular U.S.S. Valley Forge, long tend two meetings as guests and Caravella, Pattie Burns, Andrla В«
.,: .-lit. Monroe Berger, Seen appointed to the Com- lonla Branch of the American
jRfcepinskl, and Qarr^erry. jjj
Beach, Calif[monthly Communion Breakfast
if Interested they may become A. Oaorgt (Tex) Perry, new- $
"\v,-;*b'rot. Leo Price, mittee
mmee for
ror National
National Library
Library Association of University WomWorn- matting bald on Sunday, In
a
Member
at
the
third,
meeting
„ ; Albert Ooldmin, peek lnltew
In Hew Jamy
Jamy 1%
lВ«jflttВ«,В«i whtoh^bi )IM serve* *s Our I*dy-of Lourde* Rail. Joly eleeted ohalrnftn
ohairnftn • of the
then
[,,vin, Ralph
Anyone wishing further Infor- Wnodbrldge Safety Council andjg
p Lttser, Announcement of Mrs. Yaku- president for the p u t year and seph Shields, president, made
mation concerning the organiz- member of the board 01 dlrec-'|
Arnold Flatt, bile's appointment was made at a half. This study group has the presentations.
, man.
ation Is urged to contact Mrs. i tors of the Iselln Safety Club 8
man. Arthur Ber-an organization meeting erf the.prepared a list of 125 basic ref- Guest speaker was Rev. An
Krelte, PU 1-9105.
i .Steven Qlisser.
committee at Princeton earlier! erence books and plans are nowjgelus NeUer, O.F.M., Conv
(was presented with a plaque ВЈ
.•»(« were served by this week.
for his "outstanding service in R
| In progress to survey the vari- member of the faculty of Tren
.shwnberg, hospt- Mrs. Yakubtk has served M O U S libraries In Woodbrldge ton Catholic Boy's High School ISELIN - The Board mem- faffa I f o r o
Engaged
safety to his community". Har-iJ(
ninii, find her coin
T o h l
bers of Sisterhood Congrega_ n
.,D
•
old H. Burns, safety organizer ;s
nearly
* see how
h
l who spoke on "Life of St.
a member of the Board of Township to
tlon
tion Beth
Beth Bholom
Sholom met
met Monday
Monday
I O Uavi(l "Ptry, Jr. of the club, made the presen- X
Trustees of the Colonla Public they come to providing these Francis of Aslssl."
R
essential research
volumes.
Bert
Murray,
chairman Vof. evening, with Mrs. H. B. Din- COLONIA—The engagement tation.
ItOCMtill
VV1UU1CS.
XJC1 t
WUilJft/,
bll(MlUUВ»ll
Library for the past two years |VВ«fblttMl
r
gott, Grand Avenue, with Mrs.0 { Miss Cella M. Moro to David The children
Several
fund
raising
projects
the
Decent
Literature
commitand recently completed a fiveDavid Weissman presiding.
E . Perry, Jr., son of Mr. andsafety cartoons, were shown;
tee
reported
that
with
the
exare
planned
by
the
Colonla
week seminar tor New Jersey
Mr. and Mm. Hy Gllckman Mrs. David Perry, 60 Mldwood were served, andrefreshments
dancing en-;
Library Trustees at the New-Branch to support this project. |ceptlon of one local merchant,
Invited Sisterhood to attend Way, has been announced by iJoyed.
the
storekeepers'
are
cooperatServing
as
co-chairmen
of
!В«
ark Public Library. The semithe
Bar
Mitzvah
of
their
son,
her
parents,
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Jose
ing
with
his
group
to
rid
the
Victoria Burns, president, an-jg Our Low Prices Cut Even Deeper During This
nar, was sponsored by the Li-the Library Study Group are
Moro,
49
Mornlngslde
Road.
fnounced the next meeting ofjS
\:A A meeting of th brary Trustees Association ofMrs. George Marks, Colonla magazine stands of Indecent Stephen, January 13.
Discount Sale! Check and Compare^—
Mrs.
Laurence Steinberg, Miss Moro graduated from
and Mrs. Harry F. Burke, [and
ana Immoral
unmoral books
OOOKB and
ana magainuga- M r s . uuueuce uw-muoiB, wuao B » » S " " " 1 ^ . •"•"" the group will be January 23,i"
: vAay lodge of B'nal •New Jersey and the Public and
Yakubl
!
1962,
10
A.M.
at
the
Chamberj
.: be held tonight ml
lines. He suggested members fund raising chairman, was un- w^dbridge High School and
••..' Rahway Temple iDlvlslon of the New Jersey!
look for the shield displayed by able to "attend due to illness^ att .nded Rutgers University Hall, Fireside Building. Cherie
Barby, secretary, announced
"We are Indeed fortunate in cooperating merchants.
'
and best wishes were sent for College. She Is employed by
.-•rect. Rahway. Jules I State Library.
ina
very specuj
speedy rrecovery.
8he 10
is uuiuiauu
Johnson ouu
and ./wmi*в„ў*,,
Johnson, New
nor. Shields
oiilPiaA paid
paiu tribute
bruiuw; ui
g very
e w r c u . owe
*.*... there will be no further dueslj*
will conduct the
'having as co-chairmen and Mr.
memory of Joseph Zllczewski a patient at Perth Amboy Gen- Brunswick, as a secretary to collected this year.
•:,<-nmt
the director of sales service,
women who have had academic who died last week after a heart eral Hospital.
• i ill bo given by eom- National Library Week
attack.
Mrs, Ira Welser, handbag Her fiance, a graduate of the
i:men as follows:
•
cWalrman stated she still has same high school, is serving in
],mmerman, treuurs o m e evenlng bftgsttvall ab ei h
s avy
tatl0
at
,::.nd Haftel, fund!
Rugged,
Mah Jong tournament chair- Lakehurst Navai Air Station.
i:.<l bowling touroa- the shortage of properly trained! School and Mrs. Burke _ „
All-Steel
He attended the Naval Avia- ISELIN — Total membershipjS
man,
Mrs.
Seymour
Klepner,
: vrt Kaye, antl-defa- personnel It is also stressing brarlan at Iselln Junior High
Frame
tion
Electronics
School
in
In
the
St.
Cecelia's
Free
Catho"
advised play is in M l swing
-iiTi.-iel Sagan. mem- the need for "academic" li- School. Others In the study
Construction
Jacksonville,
Fla.,
and
has
i
lie
Library
reached
4,067
with
and will end after IS weeks,
iii.ii Morris Pecker- braries which can provide the group are: Mrs. Richard RoseFoolproof Steering
served 14 months overseas.
the addition of 80 new mem.with
a
dinner
and
show.
Mah
man, Colonla, who Is a former ISELTN — The monthlyl
bers during November, Rev.
necessary research facilities for
[jong
rules
for
next
year
will
be
short | the nation's mushrooming atu- librarian and research editor meeting of the Iselln First Aid
,.-ram,
CYO SESSION
Robert E. Mayer, parish assistfor Encyclopedia Americana, Squad was held Sunday at sold at the next meeting.
experiences m jdent population.
ISELIN — A general CYO ant and library moderator, anMrs. Peter Kravint,
Kravita, dress club
CIUQI
—
—
=
Mrs.
John
Casteras,
also
of
Cobe Irving Jacobsquad headquarters, Lincoln
nounced today.
"Pioneer Flyer"
tonla. Mrs. Bruce N. Reed, Ave- Highway. Captain Edward Bar chairman, announced the club meeting for all the members
Detroit In commenting on her apnit for the
—
will be held tonight at 7. inCirculat
Circulation records
show an
is
in
its
tenth
week.
Three
e
pointment.
Mn.
Yakubik
said
' nel,
nel, Mrs. R A. Pad and Mrs. Irett announced 51 calls were
J.ike Wood, MMld
drawings will be held the next Our Lady of Lourdes Hall. Re- increase over October. Of the
THIS IS IT!!
.ports, refreshments and plans
•(: the Detroit Tilers; she was gratified to have tht John McLellan, Iselin and Miss made in November, 683 miles
4.394 books available, 2,517
meeting. Mrs. H. A. Selig,
opportunity
to
serve
on
the
The lift every boy wants!
Dorothy
Garls,
Woodbridge.
;•!.: Williams, ; National
covered and 121 man hours cookie chairman, announced I are to be discussed. All CYO
,
were borrowed andd 2,347
Set has locomotive reefer
used. John Bobak was selected that two pound cookie canls- members are urged to attend
n-.pire. A film hlgh- committee in this particular
were returned. During NovemI year because of IU Interest In
car, gondola, caboose, transso
they
can
be*advised
of
the
chairman
of
the
annual
fund
•. :!:i events of Uw 19M
19110',*™ ""-•"•* « •» •<>«'"> —;
ber,
140
books
were
added
to
Iters
are
still
available.
former, etc.
schedule of events. There will
drive for the coming year.
will be shown andi llbrw y research facilities. With f o u r New Iff ember $
the shelves.
Mrs.
Belle Klein, Oneg1
will answer quet- several yean of teaching ex
Election of officers for 1962Shabbot chairman, notified the be no "CYO Nite" this week be- The prize-winning film, "The
ipertence In Woodbridge Towncause of conflicting affairs.
was held and named were
ROYALE CHORD
Miracle of Marcellino," will be1
l«hlp Public Schools, Including I8ELIN—The Junior Choir of [Captain, Charles Carew; as- Board that ther^ are still dates
held a
shown
to
thechildren
of
St.
open
for
January
and
Febru1
8 nlor
families
moving
into
the
area.
t C Church
h h sistant captain, Charles Dough
••••ikfait
Sandu at
HIthe
в„ў ""В«""'"В« *
Klgh.the First Presbyterian
;t k r 1 1 1 8und*y
Cecelia's Grammar School durii'iai-Jacob AtenS m i 8 c h o 0 1 ' M r > - Y » k u b l k »«W|of Iselln has welcomed four new [erty; first lieutenant, Pau ary. Anyone wishing to cele- The UNICEF Drive In con- ing school hours today and toMusic Book Ittchided
•i with the Ttmolti1*1* *» w e l 1 • * * " ° ' h o w dUH'imembers, Jane Musstlmen, Kvalkauskas; second lieutenant brate an anniversary or birth- junction with the First Pres- morrow. Public school children
'-•:••> Philip L u »1 the c u t t it Is U> prepare senior Barbara Mlsodoulakls, SuzanneHarry Van Buskirk; president, day is asked to contact her. byterian Church was very suc- (attending religious Instructions
Mrs. Bernard Llllien, sabbath cessful. Mrs. Louis Lewis, chair,
Aa Advertlied
Daniel Cole; vice president,
New Jersey Councll' hl * n • c n o ° l s t u d e n t * t o r col -|Ellis and Dorothy Miller.
will' be. able to see it Saturday
On TV!
B'rith was guest >**' f""1' w o r k w n t n t h ' yd O i T n e members have been prac Frank Rosol; corresponding luncheon chairman, advised the man expressed the appreciation morning. Adults and preBoard
that
the
children
are
ento parents for their cooperation
[not
jnot have proper research
resmen ticing and will Join with
witn the
ine secretary, Gary Kraft; recordschoolers
are
invited
to
attend
joying the lunches. In order to and the children "for the wonResonant chords at the touch of i infer
ivolumes available to them In1 gentorChoir Sunday at both ing secretary, William White;
the
tomor2 full chromatic ocUvet. E u j to ltsrn
child's birthday ' j^errul job
the CYO
C O presentation
p
job they did."
did.
••;i!i* for home re-!thelr public libraries
treasurer, Donald Eberhardt; celebrate a c
d
ill
b
sponsoring a Sabbath luncheon xjjg n e x t meeting of Sister- row, 7 P. M. Proceeds will be
S
years,
Larry
PearI Because of her Interest In' Plans have been completed [trustee
trustee - a years, miry r e m - -••
. . . .
ihood will be December 18, atused to purchase new books for
this particular phase of library 'or the Christmas party Saturson: trustee - 2 years. Edward members are asked to make: ar[the Temple.
the library.
service. В«he h В« been instru-day
Barrett; sergeant-at-arms, j.rangements with Mrs. Lilllen
y, liHlbbell; chaplain, Ray West orms.
Sylvia
Mrs. Milton
MAM
Attaches to waU or
and historian, John Barby.
brarian, advises than many
itands on counter.
books of Jewish interest are
YULE PARTY
Optni any size or shape
ISELIN — A combined available for adults as well as
un. Bottle opener inrKU CITY AND SIBl'RBAN D1UVBRY
Christmas party and pack children. Books may be kept
cluded.
out
as
long
as
needed.
meeting will be held tonight
AN ESTIMATE ANYWHEKE
Mrs.
S.
A.
Jacobs,
good
cheer
for Cub Pack 48 at School IS,
Pershlng Avenue at 7:30. As chairman, requested names of
usual the families of the Cubs persons who are on the sick list
• Bulldlui Materials
• Doors * Windows
Mrs. Arthur Frelrman, memOnly o pttfttt diamond
are asked to attend, and anj
• Mlllwort
• WaUboard
can r»«Mt full beauty
exchange of 50c gifts will be bership chairman, requested
• Kootini
^
k •Nwrin*
held as part of the festivities. 'members to advise her of new
and brilllancf . . .
Holy Name
Fetes Past
Presidents
Children's Yule
Party Success
Mrs. Yakubik Appointed
To Library Week Group
;
,
•
;
,
•
:
•
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DISCOUNTS
LIGGETTS
Program Readied
By Sisterhood
.
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PAGE SIXTEEN
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i! tk-e that, there It a wide variety,re>aВ»e-~Tlcl Tl-Tlci To-TIci
8 of (.elections and mention a f e w ^ " в„ў Ta and 0 Mlo Papa..
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« with a couple of good numbers; „ , . . . _ _ . „ ., .....
will Rive
Jlmmj's Song and Wrong The Army say it
many
Christmas
leave
to
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four
Phone Co,. Names Hone Insurance Fin
Manager of Local Office To Open ()(|
WOODBRIDQE
] ,
ropolltan Life Insuinh
WOODBRIDOE - The New
pany announced it mi]
Jersey Bell Telephone Companew office, at 541 Ruin ,
ny today announced the apnue on or about IVI, ,
pointment of Oliver W. Hone
to service Metropolis.
as manager of Its Woodbrldge
holders in WoodbrkUv :
business office.
ship, Carteret and p,,,.
Mr. Home, who lives In New
Rahway and Forth AIM ,
Market, has been an assistant
The attractive brick >,'•
ntaff Ruporvlfor In the general
will be of Colonial am,.•,'
^commercial supervisor's office
provide approximate]'.
of the company in Newark.
square feet of usm,;,
He Joined New Jersey Bell In
apace and lncorporntj. i
1957 as a customer sales repremodern construction •,,sentative In New Brunswick,
siRii features Then- .
land held various commercial
parking facilities fnr 5(i,
I department posts until his
The pernonnel of ovn •,
| Newark assignment In Pebru
people and clerks win ,,,
ary, 1981.
aged by Benjamin Fui,
i Mr. Hone was graduated
of Colonla, who lias t)>,
В» Once Around The Block and 16000 draftee* ordered to re'from Metuchen High School
the company 27 yen is H
S The Seine—«l»o a Capitol re- Port for processing within Uie
Did yi'U know that you n««l nrrir I n m n liirfcci- again? That's and attended Rutgers Univerbe assisted by MiWr^i
8 lease.
first fifteen day* of December. ^ thf very finost plump, juicy frown turkeys are marketed sity before earning a bachelor's
(.lerlcRl supervlnor,B ! ,|
8 The Hollyrldge Strings and Tlie Marine, Navy, and Air wTui't^ .Immstioks tucked in't-i a В»IU of skin nt the base of the degree In economics from BowasKlslant managers, .
Bchorus offer therrie* from two Force has not issued definite body cavity. The drumstick* cnn J* slipped quickly out and into doln College In 1957.
Robert Morton of Isr'.j
He I* active in Bowdoln
- f f l ^ U o.n favor!,, recipe you alumni
Stephen Purdy of WnJ
programs, and was a
^ ^ y k t u r k * y t h t l j( r i B d y . t 0 . g t l ) f f . After thВ»winB th. turktr,
" ""
slip thr drumsticks out of the tuck. Remove; the neck whith m former member of the Me-|в„ў
BIOHT PET-THE\ imp
picked inside the body cavity iind fill the turkey loosely with ituf- tuchen First Aid Squad, the E 0 G S E U , S F 0 R $30,»»0
VENICE, Fla.-Tlir i
Snt. V\*e? the drumsticks into thВ« tuck once more and thВ« bird iВ» Westfleld Rod and Oun Club
LONDON — An Eaater egg ney family has a pet
rtcdy for the oven.
and the Metuchen Coin Club.
auction named Posle. He was f...
Did you know that you need nol bothtr nil* making ifM^litf He Is currently president ofj WM "M • '
•when prrparinir. turkey? How handy it is to buy the froxtn turkey Metuchen Junior Chamber oiirooms for 130.100. Dealer's summer while Juit »n
that is n!rii>dy stuffed with a Usty old-fashioned brВ«ad itufTinir.
Potle's defense mechu,,
The froftn ntuffed turkey may pi into thВ« ovm without pre- Commerce and a Charter menvj 4 g r e e d ^ w l l probably the removed by operation.
thawinc I* many homemaken store the bird in th* refrigerator ber of Plscataway Townshlp'^iQfjd record price for an egg
Recently Posle CMH;В»
orerniffht bВ«forВ« routing to cut the roasting time. Complete Junior Chamber of Commerce! ^ ? g g ft , l u l e m o r e ^ ,
the family has been ..
He is married and hat three
directions for storing and roasting are. given on the wrapper of
Inches from end to end, w u for It ever since. Finn
children.
ButUrball Swift's Premium Frozen AlreВ»dy-В«tuffed Turkeyi.
made of
turned up The fntti.,
When buying turVey allow 14 poundВ» per person of reidyloWoodbrldg. bua^a. of
d 1H
2p
dp
th already-stuffed
l d t f f d flee serves telephone company"enamel,.ornamented with gold to put a collar on him 1'
i stuff turkey
key and
d
Hto 2
pounds
perpperson off the
turkey. This allows for generous extra servings later.
Posle.
They now havi
ship ana Ctrteret.
TUBKEY ALMOND DELIGHT
It w u made for the Dowager skunk. Before ventur
YWd. 1M cup*
Aboot 11:M r.M.
Empresa Marie Feodorovna u clou the family f-r
p diced toartd taikВ«r
y, nip maroona!**
She: My father take* thlngi i n Easter season present from ang« thi* one—at * (|i"
1 hard-cooked В»qg chopped
1 tablMpooa lВ»(|oe |uleВ»
apart to tee why they don't the Ruwian Cur Nicholas II to be sure.
'/i cup chopped [oa*t*d unfalandwd
% ttoipooh prapaitd hotwroditk
go.
Nasser, Nehru and Tito Congolese resist mnv
He/SowhatJ
Combine LngTtdimU wilk lork. Isliiaq until vtU bltodcd. Urn m •
pledge efforts for peace.
qulry.
She: So you'd better go.
tilling, wlad. M appВ«ti*В« ipraadL
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Unusual Entertainer*—Th«y climb,
they play, T h e n sturdy birds make
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to train.
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The 23-year-old brothers are
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Fairly new to the beauty doctor about your diet, tor
scene U the scented bath oil. In diet deficiency often causes dry, w
any number of scents, it ls a cracking skin. He will probably IR
recommend a vitamin suppleblendinR of rich Imported oil*
ment В»in' i medicated cream,
to soothe and pamper the akin
There arc some cues where
and give a fragrance that lasts
batting is prohibited and an oil
to the whole body.
bath is recommended. Baby oil
Bath oil was designed for is usually an excellent choice, to
luxurious living, a bath prepar- be applied with sterile cotton.
ation that leaves a delightful Houses that are too hot or
aftermath of scent to comple- too cold will aggravate this conment the well groomed woman's
f h
final touch of perfume. It U a ^ ^
a type ^ a t
real aid to skin care during U i e ^ n a t u r a , m o l s t u r e ( r o m n
cold winter months as it helps , _ ^ a n o u t e t a n d l n g offend-1
to combat Bkln drynes*.
i er in this condition.
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r because of the warmth of United States packs military
the staam. If chapping still per- power В»econd Vo none in the
slid, y * *hottld smooth a body M
lotion W f all affected areas w o " a >
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THURSDAY, DBCiMBHR M, 1WH
Tin1 (irrat H(MВ»ks
SjВ»ak to Today
Duckling Can Make Fineli
Dinner on Christmas Day
The Cowboy Typf
AH these people do not live
circumscribed territories
;in
California desiKncis go to
'many CHUWH of strife Rrlae bei
length
on
thr
blouse
docs
not
meter
I)tirklin
t)e
|,u
R
XP
, 1 Ui l l ' '
tween them; they quarrel about
front. The newest blouse.* 1n1
(,,r A holiday meal. Even 4 3 -. to 4 pound ducklinВ«s
wn.sle Ifliid a* wertoabout InHud the torso tickler - - and;
duck is the i cup berf consomme
Iherltiincefi. Thus they find
Ihr
tall
tails
The
elonaated'
>
•fluent, owaRions (m war. In
iii m " Rn y. Uinlngoutln ft
cup orange
tnpninRS rrnch to hl)i mid thigh1,
n, irtnuranlon Thanks- ,
disputps in relation either to
level.
i
Jcftsnoon
salt
I found four or five
thcii Imntinn, their fishing
m v
, i , V entree Choices, In- ' loВ»M)oon lemon Juice
and pasture for their rattle.
For the woman who I ravels, I
-Charles de Montesquieu
diickllnp. One of otir
Orjiv<e slices
tlif stole Is Indispensable. A-i
,, questing the duck * a s
p m n mjm
vailnble In everything from mo I
|В«891755
'irtlr to chiffon. II pucks flВ«t
Fimrh polltlcnl philosopher!
ia i Rn m a w Pttroiw had R i l | ) d
nnd provides R handy wrap Bt a
The Scythians of every age
f o r it the supply was ex- w i l h l r m n n w *
I
it —
"•
have been celebrated as bold
(1 M O n though
on nrk 5,.
nnd skillful riders, mid con
allnwlnn '.10-30 inlnuti
pci When you shop for clothed.
stunt, practice has seated them CLASS PRESIDENT: Mr
n t.Mtdei. delicious and pound. Fifteen minutes ... . .. .,.
„
.,
_
io firmly on horseback that Richard Napoll, of 139 Inmwi
' ,IllC, it is alВ«o econom (l cklinl< i s d n l l r
1
i
. В«в„ў.^ "
' Win В»f Hinut (it easily and feel comfortable.
hey were supposed by strang- Avenue, Avrncl, has been
primps
L v
Is not s e m d it.
Blond in The very loose silhouette and MISS SILVIA ANDRKCH1CK ,T8 to perform the ordinary tt**U4 president of the
C U p drippings,
,i iiortic because
- • . , . home.. ... SRUW
••«'•»''- t>«n will, (nmsommc, or- the skinny skirt are both out. ' N,ANS .lANl'ARV WED- duties of civil life, to eat, toChum of 1965 at Monmouth
DING Mr. and Mm.
mlstakenly think It dif- m^ U l l f r ,„„ a n ( | ]rmm
drink, and even to sleep, with- Collfff, WMt Lone Branch.
, pn'pare. Tnls lВ« not j u | w Thickrn slightlv if de- l l r w p ' n o l e : ^ p a l ' ft '""cklace Andrrchtck. 1042 Kin
out dismounting from their Mb-. Napoli. В» I960 Woodbridre High School graduate,
sired Place birds on bed of ' werod with the samp fabric as Road, Ford*, have announced [steeds,
the sppronchlnn marriage of
It majoring In pollttokl
-Edward Oibbon '1134-11941
Y '" host bet lВ« the smaller orange or wild rice, serve at votir costume. The idea come
aclmce, and Plan* to study
'В«'m Pauline TrlRere..the de- thflr daughter, MIM SUvIa
i i.'klitiK- about S',4 pounds, once witli hot smice.
English historian
law.
siicculent and tender,
Instant Oranee Rice
slnnef, who for spring showed S. Andrechlbk to Robert J.
rst of nil. require abso- 2 ^iipp-ninnRf tuirВ«
В« -^rles of necklaces so made. Leiko. non of Mr. and Mri.I INTERFACING 8I< RET
Hear the Ear Trumpet
,in carving. At serving"., cup butter
AH the "beads" were chunky in Frank Usko, 527 (iarden Ave- Select Interfacing with
Mrs. Songster — I sing ennur,
Woodhridgf.
The
wedmuch
care
u
the
itarment
ma<•'">'•
. •
im ply cut duckling In *,\ teaspoon suit
ding will take place January terial Itself. It mutt be as wash- tirely .by ear.
jheatl, allowing j 1 cups Instant rice
o n r i c
MA1^>n,,R(,F
l t K M AI
able as the garment itself, and Mln Swwt—I hardly thought
27, 1962.
per serving. Porj Comblnp oranВ«e Juice with " '
. * c"llKSt
such
Cl elimed h a m ovei
celeiy
MIM Andrechlck Id В« trad' suitable In weight to the t - [that one could make
1
but В«uiy andbutter nnrl salt in sauce pan.
'
carrot corn bread squares
| frightful noises with one's
mount
of
ftlffneM
or
softness
try DuckuaU
of
Woodbrldfe
High
a boil, stir In
uate o
i
Itnouth.
that you want.
School and Barbiion School
nt MndeHnf, New York. She
h presently ewplojed M a
OPEN EVERY NITE 1
before preparing batter. Bake secretary at Kramer Brother!
'
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according to direction!!, cut Into Frtliht Lines, Inc., MetuchTILL CHRISTMAS
squares, split and top with en. Her fiance, a graduate of
Woodbtidie
High
School,
Is
creamed ham.
at present a student at the
Supermarkets make big gains University of Bridgeport,
Bridgeport, Conn.
'u Europe.
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at the vote breakdown ,
have been as heavy as it was
illusions. I miRht add this and district poInU out ftfy so that the rtrurfg negative vote
jdearly
that
the
slim
manln
included Civil
i t t m u l d t r o . H« *««• i K S T t K l ^ K<> by thP;25; Ne
, ^
was not causВ«d by trie, leader- of the other areas would have
qualities »•
of »•
Mr. Mundy. In
M d feed customers into Man- boards, five were to deal with! failed to pay attention,
snip IUHIHC.
-•'&****
the PrВ°PВ°S81my opinion. It Is more logical to} Neither Mr. Mundy nor any
conclude that hla leadership lio l h e r ^fo o f f l c i a i i s to be
to th*? Mnin
•
„
|7-45 p. M. did not begin until
for supporting
r e . crltlclMd
i t e for an airport.
was » »P" .m -."•
- - - _
. h
utation icontinued from Edit Page> ' g ; 3 0 p M nfir
rPRS0!1 for
New York State lias also gram.
. . X f L ^ H k Attorney
lone, of
of course,
course, wns
wns Imlty to the controversial Pree-icerely believes that his stana is
7•G e n - h ( l v ( , r(imi,jneti in this area, I .«-a]tlna thisj lone,
ttrved notice on New Jersey it New operator,• o l ^ ^ ^ / " eral
S S Dnvid
S . ' D.
K F\nman
m . n В«warns.
increase
g m n O t con dernnlng nor con- "l n
n e ff
ort t 0to
lng an
effort
increasetheir man Estates alte on which a
l n l n e be,t Interests of the
County Judges and probation d o n l n | t h |g typ< of voting, but a l t e n ( j a n 0 . Frankly, this is
senior high school lВ» to be built.
, b U f , t | g e v e n nicely
[officers have been ordered By J u | t o f , e r l r ,g m , personal m- -dflmned r l | h f mde to the few
1
New
n
•><<«•• nt T» Mrronnell Admin- t*t<nr»titlAn for the small m a r - i , , j i , , | j . , « t i « h n tint to the meet-
of
their
TJZ2SSLSZ-
- «• -
1
"
-:'CLASSIFIED:RATES - INFORMATION
|1.0В» for IS words
te each additional "В«rd
Payable In advance
De.dlln* for adi: Tue*В«h,
10 A. M for the unit
pnblleatlon
NOTE NO CIA8SIFIED ADS TAKEN OVER PHONF
MUST BE RENT IN.
MErenry 4-1111
MlRCKM-ANEOtS
EMPL6YMENT WANTED •
roit mi*
'for Better Schools" were direct-'Mr. Mundy honestly believed OENERAL OFFICE WORK'
:
ed to
of Colonia. tnc
thatcommon
the Bondnouu
Issuenwas
not for part-time ln Certoret or vi- 1947 BU1CK. Excellent rum,,
ov?r the new siaiion.
*»««" ^ — • » • • - . . . . . , quew. i n s m c i u a r ™ « ™ « » g»» . - u « « ~ » » » " \ „„, Yet
It the
was people
the overwneiming
« .«*—F Y J I G S A H : - A further 8tate Edward J.Pattm has re-,
.fflrmatlve slon common
Is had. however,
all cinlty Call KI i-6868,
Yet It was the overwhelmm&'the
good. Thefrom
Impresn m U o(
M r . Mundy. unrealistic movios were shown. В»
' condition-, Rood body. В«,
•'the propoifd sale reived an "Ouwandlng C\ti- ftamfly , h f m r i o{ MUC&-several minutes later aftw ^ - ,
J , M f ^ u n d y . , o w n C o . o f h |* actions since being elect12.14Vradio and tire*. 140 on c
buy the packace deal.
extension on ,fthe
proposru
»».r
Rariun Arsenal wnship Award
Horr T h e - ^ flUr p T A 8 n d P.T.6 tening to aome "dry ""'"tua
'.
iME 4-0104.
c a u | e d h ) |d e , M l l e d ^ ^
8 c h O 0 | Board, that
ii r...f». "..« ••-•-•im,;.»
~ — •••• --•
I , _ . I I lonia wnicn causea n В» m i n i .
f New YorR State• Mftrtata are ^ ^ - - ^ ^ 1 ^ ^ ^ : A m e r i c a n Heritage
U
Mr Mundy la not as much In- • FEMALE HELP W A N T E D ^
rl n
ltate ei l
m
ftlso being charged with work- has Deen requ
В« В«.
В»*^
P ^ ?lf-.
T lf «« "-«.-i^ .hntlilThis showing can acarcely be terested ln what is rJght or
v procedu
procedure for S t a t e ^ r h u r cour
hfs
A n d 1ot h<. r inter-leaning" -CD official*, about
ARE
TOO
HOME
PURNISHINOS
a*v
tug hard to kidnap New Jersey's Rooert B
.
of secondary schools
in*vtrtiialВ« tno nnmerous В«ix neoDle walked out. Including deemet! even a moral victory wrong for the people of Wood- Fixing your play worn? Redec- tlr>', four-poster bed n,
only television station, WNTA. a w a e y ^ u n l n p ^ h M have
for him. aa was atatВ«d ln your bridge a* he Is In opposing the
orating a room? Bam 130-150 slonal tables, lamps, hi';Channel 13. which changedI paper
What did cause the vote to other Board members regard H week with AVON COS- brae, settee, wing chair.-. hands last Friday. The comturn out so close was the clear- leu of the intrinsic merit* of IMETIC8. TOUi CREDIT PLAN tlques, professtonnl drum n•;••
В»uter tax fight between New
cut evidence of "aectlonal self-the Issues,
with AVON. Call MrВ«. Lewis, MI baby tender, 10 rooms of fi,
v6urs very truly, tahness" In the final tally. The! fills Is not a healthy sltutand New Jersey also white and
2-5146 for home Interview.
'ture. Call MB 4-1257.
I'"
••
•
. . . muiivro ui wit o w n .,.^..В«.
j I. PIRTEL
voters of Woodbrldte proper,] tlon and can seriously Impede
>;Fair, is the new manager of t n lg" ^lp!^ j CB
12 14
12
c a n onU' accuse them
Its liquor law . . . John R. Trainn. Moores-'New Jersey State Fair at Tren- !°! '' ' " °"»» « « " "
";48 Cypreaa Drive Sewaren, Port Reading andjthe steady progress ln educato
HOUSE
CLEANER
WANTED.
DOLL
COACHETTE,
na\v
:,
the drinking age town, and Fred H. Totten. Rin-ton.; . Penalties totaling HO,-1в„ў I17'1"* f 0 I o s t ^ r " " J f e d u "
Fords ,whlch В«re relatively dls-jtlonal matters which has been
Colonia, N. 1.
<"»t h«vp been re-elected to,075 have been assessed "0 e s - i C a l °" • n °
Apply
KI
1-7830.
i
originally
$30
00,
no*
ti<<
•
tant
from
Colonlt
voted
against;
clearly
evident
in
this
TownDecember 7, 161
01
12.14-12/21 Caaco baby Jumper chair I
'tMrs.i
the propo*al, w they wouldshlR during the paВ«t five years
rankled New Jersey offlciala ln the _S ate boH t
.|pharmacists
by
the
State
Board
,Dear
Sir:
lraf
,—_
_ - « - •-'-- — 7 iTtylor-tot walker 43 on i i , , .
_
In tht 'interest of the public have without Mr. Mundy'siWhlle Mr. Mundy may have •
the mut.
.ComlnВ« В«
; ; e * J a f c r ВЈd 717'of Pharmacy for violattoni of:
1 yp
WANTKDTOSUY
• jng atool 12.00. Wmitrei,
the educational and business
Iteroeful campaigning, whereas "
164
Cypress
Drive
d th
welfare,
would
you
please
prlnf
TELEVISION:- G o v e r n o r В« " В» ^ J ) [ в„ў ^ J J ?he New Jersey Pharmacy Act
Colonia, N. J.
..~——.;tin>tr<c roturter mdbroilers
background n
needed for a 8chool
of
i
N
J
the
following
in
your
"Letter.
Colonia,
the,
site
of
the
,the following n y
w e e k l y television thus far t h i В« ' " ' h e J M ^ i C A P I T O L C A P E R S : - Oover-.xhe Independent-Leader
'ANTED - Oood used lВ«r " ^ b l n e l 115 00 Phont LI M r
til
Board member, this entirely
E
i
ti
f
the
man
EsUUs
and
nearby
EsUUs,
Iselin
'to the Editor' section of the
Vi--,
t
voted overwhelmingly in favor negative and Incisive attitude 24-lnch bicycle Call KI 1I Independent-Leader:
dependent
of
It despite all of hU efforts to,to thr other Board membert |7695.
f
l
l
h
The following headline ap ,the contrary. It would seem completely nullifies his Inherent
12 14 •
„ . D-jpeared on Page 1 of the ttde
Md'
ti
le potential The public should be
IHI
'"S?!!"', " • - S . I . W S S S S w S i ^
Pharmacy or
7:" 3 H 3 s : 'rs3S ^KSSSTT
HivicM~
FOR RENT
Adding Machines -
39
RAYMOND
i.5O
up
NOW!
SMITH • CORONA
Typewriters
WOODBRIDGE
BUSINESS MACHINE
CO., LTD.
Guaranteed Lehigh
250 Amboy Ave., V'oodbrldge
(Nfit to Turnpike)
SALES & SERVICE
Tel. ME 6-0010
(for 2 rooms and bath)
plus 6* Insulation Also construct dormers, rec room*
extensions, porches, garages
LOWEST PRICES
and SON
NUI OR
STOVE
PEA
OAL
BUCK
COAL
PIANO - ORGAN
ACCORDION
We Will FRAME ATTIC
JACKSON
Authorized^ Agent
for
Druggists
Nothing Down—
Pirn Pijment t UODUH
88 Main Street
CaL Now — FU 8-3373
THALER INSULATION
& ROOFING CO.
Woodbridge, N. J.
Telephone MErcurj 4-0554
1859 Church S i
FrrraU Instrnetlona by
Qualified Teacher*.
Bcrinnen and Adfaneed
Students Accepted.
Call ME 4-5446
Authoriifd
Sales & Service
CONN ORGANS
KIMBALL PIANOS
Rahwai
Mobilheat
MMITHEOR
FUEL OIL
826 Rahway Avenue
Avenel
HU 6-2726
HU 6-0059
C
R n
Q
r ft
\J T\
U O
Funeral Homes
C0KL
ld
" co
LUMBRR
FUEL OIL
PROMPT DELIVERY
fC"
AutomtUc "KKP Filled" Itrrlet
ELECTRIC OFFICE
TYPING A T -
m
FULLY GUARANTEED!
FU 8-1667
ME 4-0012
LINDEN. N. J.
23 Ford Avenue
Forda, N. J.
OIL
(.OAL • LUMBER
BUILDING MATERIAL
rDMRAL
BOMII
EsUbUthed 1900
424 East AveDue
Perth Amboy, N. J.
HEAT
3
fВ»[oy tkВ» n i l , ipMd ind Konomf of
«lKlrlc typing il tht coit of • maiml
Mdilna. King Silt I?" Ct.ritgt, Full
Shi Kiyboatd. Full Width K.yboird Tib•btlon. Choict ol iiKutix typ« itylik
EASY TERMS
Trade-In Accepted
olFvllValm
LIMBER CO
LET US
Phone
Bring Results
HEATIH6 PROBLEM
K & O HEATING
from
Service to Complete
Heating Installations
4-1400
AVENEL
COAL i OIL CO.
Dellcatessea
*klU Cbuich)
• SALAUI »l Tnd* ft*«J
• SODA FOUNTAIN
• nun BAttsr OOODI
Hj
WARM Alfi or HOT WAIEK
ВҐnt
Kbllmalti - Time Payment!
Call
{Opt
- В» HtlnMr &fc. AttntL N. i
HE 4115ft
OIL - ELECTRIC
MErcurj
III Rabwai Avenue
Woadbridic
Beauty Salon
GAS
KEROSENE
TREAT SHOPPE
"it;
QUALITY HEATING
& AIR CONDITIONING
bj
124 Ruhwaj Avenue, Avenel
Beautician
Heating-Air Conditioning
Solve Your
250 Amboy Avenue
Wuodbridje, N. J.
Phone: MErcury 6-OOK
Directory Ads
84 Eut Chern SUcet
Opra U H K II:M r N
Omtt
All Dw
Rooflig & SMIig - •
Hone Improvement MODERNIZE '
YOUR HOME
Partial or Complete
Bath Rooms, Kitchens
Ceramic Tile, Vanities,
Bars, Etc.
Older Homes pur
Specialty
Quality Work
ME 4-0952
CUSTOM
CRAFTSMEN
Henry Jansen & Son
Ttnnlnf and
Rooflnr MeUl Cellini
and FnnuM Wwk
JANUARY SALE
IN DECEMBER
T. R. STEVENS
Reoftnf iBd SbMt MeUl Woik
Telephone MErcorj 4-1819
MS ST. GEORGE AVE.
WOODBRIDGE
374 AMBOY AVENUE
WOODBRIDGE, N, J.
WAMPADS
CTWG-H0ME
BACON
Glte a I'imcn or suppliti for
CMtUBu
Buy now it oВ«f low pricn, В»nd
toin our LВ»y-AwВ»y Plu. Ttmt
ilk I'I About Our Frti f i l a run
Riptrt DtTtlopini * M n U a i
ItrTltp on 4^1 TypВ« ol rtb*i
Quick LimlntUon * PhotaiUt
acrrlcti
AlrtoBdlUonlm
Wtnn Air Hnt
Induitrti] Kihauit i
Motor Guinli
roi r u n MTIMATEH
MI 4-Z14S or HE I-UH
Service Statimt
r. BERENC8I (Colonia)
Phene
FU 1-9306
Moving & Tricking
ME 4-J651
485 AMBOY AVENUE
Woodbridge
Plmblng & HeaUig
We'rВ» SpecUUiti In
• BEAR WHEEL AXlGN
MENT and BAUNCB
• BRAKE SERVICE
more
GLAMOR GIRLS
Woodbridii
i
Water Softeners
SALES
SERVICE
RENTALS
SERVISOFT
OP WOODBRIDGE
121 8L G M T I * A В» t n В«
Wo**dkrld<e
ME 4-1815
FOR QUALITY
"lt'% wet <mt-В»eir your mbben."
PRINTING FOR BUSINESSIS
OUR BUSINESS
14-1111-2-3
DIAL
FRtYS
WTRE CRAFTSMEN O F 1
THE HIGHEST CLASS,
A N D AMY
>PlUMBIN6TESr
Sewing Machines
SEWING MACHINES
Sales & Service
CALL TODAY
Special Chrtftmaa Oder
No Job loo large
or loo Small
30% Off Our Regular
Low Prices On All New
Machines
Call FU 1-4M1
ALLIED
Phone FU 8-3914
~AG!NT"NATIONAL VAN
Sewing Machine Co.
LINES
LOCAL MOVKS
1 Men i n * TuU't, 114 Hour
SCUBALAND
Johnson urgei
medical aid.
J. t. Gardner A Son
547 Amboy Avenue
Woodbridge, N. J.
Move "IDEAL WAY"
1286 St. Georce Ave., Avrnrl
SPECIAL WINTER RATES
ithe REEF
W'*
that a,.
J ^ dconstruction dunn,; ,:
for
Sixties. Forecasts Indira:*- •
Industry will operate Hi b.;
worth of facilities In 1969 n :
U. S .ipared with less than $20 b:'.!>
lat the end of 1959.
GALLARD'S PHOTO T O M GARAGE
- Mason Contractor
Repairs of All Types
Uae Oar Lar-Awar Flao
Call ME 4-0071
rllllon cubic feet ln reaerve for
winter d e m ^ d ^ n m i g h
.. meet the nation's gas need<
d
(or the two coldest months ol
the year.
Prilling
Monday tbni Friday 1 0 - 1
Saturlar 10 - 6
MErcurj 4-1544
> Brick
f Stone • Concrete
• Stucco Work
t Waterproofing
for the
SKIN DIVER
Water Softenei Salt
Soft Water Soap
BhrimjalBf Pool Supplies
WE DELIVER!
Complete Stock of Domeitlc
and Imported Winei
Been and Liquon
Skin Diving
Woodbridge, N. J.
Telephone HErenry 4-1246
Liquor Stores
KI 1-9187
588 Alden Street
Discount
Prictt
922 KING GEORGE KD., rORDI
Sales & Service
WOODBRIDGE
BuslnessMachineCo.,LtfJ.
COAL and
COAL
Rthwij'i Oldest EiUbUihed
Jewclti
VAlley 6-0358
HI 2-0180
n c
GOLDBLATT'S
Photography
WOODBRIDGE
Liquor Store, Inc.
RYNNandSON
Frfd
Oil Burner
Bertie* to Out
Cuitomtrs
Tir Rtdloi Strvicti) Fromptl;
Sheet Metal Work
Over 25 Years of
Friendly Service
S1M0NE BROS.
169 Arenel Street, Avenel
Repair Eitlmitea Fret!
intoaou LuUUH
tiMt »«ted rtM tt om ai*rf
OPIN DAILl M-» - * * 1 . >•••
ALL WORK
COMPACT
SALES and SERVICE
448 Kahwiy Avenoe
Woodbrldcc
1 Mobil I
For Fast Service
Just OivВ« I s a Call
HOVANEC
Sewing Machiie Service
PIANO COMPANY
JOHN J . BITTING
eoow a problem, Aicoho;
SEWAREN — Attractive unfur-Anonymou* can help you c»
nlshed studio apartment.BI 2-lВ»U or writ* P. 0 H i
Three roomi and bath. Imme- 253, Woodbrldge
Hate occupancy for couple. ME
1 2 V . * ~1-1923.
13-7 tf
HAVINO TROUBLE with yo ::
• RIAL tSTATt WANTED • ! leweraget Electric Seweroo:• " •
er removei root*, filth. «»r/i
ONCt AOAIM
and stoppage from cloggy
WJ ARK ALMOST
^ i n , В»nd aВ«werВ» No
Dipel
BOLD OUT OF BOM18I digging, no damages - rap:i
Nt tiave many protpecU and l n j
efficient. Call Tonyi
rour property may bВ« lust what pmmbtng and Heating. ME 4they art looking for. We will 8Oo7.
iladly look over your home and
i : M : :j
Vit REPAIR
Slnftr - Pbtff • Whin . Ntechi glvt you a ruggtited sale price
No ObUgation JACKO REAL t
ANTIQUES
•
tn* Wtittn(houM • New Homi
Kldrich • Domntlc • »nd i l l ESTATE AOENCT. 1013 Bute
I. CAMEO SHOP, 200 Freenun
r*Rltd Mtk* Macblnti
I Street, Woodbrldge. Fine n1631
12/7-U/28 lwt' o n <'' old furniture, sp1.: •
|nlng whtels, desks, cradle, p The gaa utility and pipeline tu«»,
p , china and f '
tures, lamps,
FRANK HOVANEC
industry has Increased 1U un (flaw. We buy and sell C O T 657 Roosevelt Avenue iderground natural gas storage>nd browie. ME 4-1022^
12
CARTERET. N. J. capacity 11-fold since 1947.
when 70 storage reservoirs ln
H states had a combined ca-^
.
..,., J: 1
>acity of only 260 bUlion c u b i c i 1 0 " , " " . *"*" u " " t y
teet. Today's 217_ i t o r a * poolsjPВ»PВ«llne lndu .В« tr l r ' w h l c h
some $14 billion to expand
n
20 SMWS
states o
cВ»nn nom
hold UP
upto
CHRISTMAS GIFTS
n 2U
W 24
Sewiig Machlie Service
ARTS RADIO
& TELEVISION
JARDOT
Jewelers
Fuel Oil
Set Need
REfAIR
Call
ME 4-43M
Learn To Play The
8AVB MONEY
with a local contractor
IT'S WISE TO ORDER
J
Mule listrnctioi • Radio & TV Service
- Home Improvement -
Dregs
Coal & Fuel Oil
iKlTCHKN cfiAIR8 RE( I
; ERED. Easy-to-clean |ii>
AVENEL — Five room apart- or durable leatherette. FH<->.
ment. Available January lit. l P r | C ei. U 0-2B6& after s on :
Sincerely.
{Supply own utilities IM.0O. M.
Maurice 0 . Miglione [Call ME 4-5251.
12 14 ;
12' 14
— .
. • — (IRONINQ done at my :<•
APARTMENT - ThrВ« or four! dence. $1 SO per hour, m r.
rooms;runft|rnl*hed. inquire fANT CARE. KI 1-565?.
at Miriam 8hopp*,' i r ' S a l n '
•
l i - ;t
Istreet, WoodbrldW.
-j---—-^- ^ ^
SERVICE DIRECTORY
BUSINESS
В«
CLASSIFIED
ADS
BRING
1
RESULTS
Whether It's a form to
expedite your office operations or a booklet to
itlmuiate your « ! « •
we'll design and print it
to your best advantage
Our deliveries will w
right on the dot В» n d
our prices will make
arise, tool
FREE ESTIMATES
PRESS
THE WOODBRIDGE
rUBUIHINO CO.
lHOGmnltrMt
MHJDLEStX PRESS
Pr*ti
on В»n;UUn| anj
Umt, Juat call
u OKUN aTurr
WOODBRIDUl
PAGE NINETEEN
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, ,1961
Lesson-Sermon to (M heard .the heart: the commandment
at Christian Sdeneejof the Lord Is pure, enlightening the eye*"
churches.
Also pointing up the wprem*
Rtr. (Won ft. •*»»•
Opening the Scriptural read
OriMMi: Hdl* JactfeHn В»nВ«
are corretatlTe
of
Inw
will
be
thl§
ptMU*
from!
power
MJM BwUra rttUcbi
from "Science tod _*,.
- passages
passa
Psalm IB: "The heavens deMatin Service 1:15 A. M.
with Key to the Scripclare the (lory of Ood; ind the Health
Main Service 10:45
tures1 uy Mary Baker tddy •",
firmament
iheweth
His
handyHoly Communion
work. Day unto day uttereth which Include <p. 273); "Ood First Sunday 10:45
speech, and night unto night Is the divine Principle ol all
Third Sunday 8:15
that represents Him and o f , . ,
FtRST PRESBYTERIAN
Sunday School and Bible aheweth knowledge. There Is all that really exists."
no speech nor language, where
5
CHURCH
OF
ISEUN
Classes
9:30
A.
M.
, Wednesday: Junior Choir,
'30 P M.. Junior InfrinedlHoly Day*
[their voice Is not heard. . . The
Oak Tre* Rial
10.00 A, M., Holy Com-:3:15
law of the Lord Is perfect, con- Oldest pitcher on the rotter
KM. K«i«r D, ll««B«r, HtUit
ST. JOHN'S
1
Wedntsday: Adult Choir. 7:30
munlon.
verting the soul: the testimony of the Los Angeles Angela H
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Sunday flmtets
! Friday Brownie Troop, 7:00
of the Lord Is sure, making Art Fowler. 38. from Convene. ,Z>
Orianliatlons
Stwsm
<^(ornint
Worship:
1:48
A.
M
CONGREGATION ADATH
wise the simple. The statutes 8. C HВ« WM 5*1 with On
Trinity Vrttry. third Mon- Friday: Girl ScouU, 7:00
В»:30 A. M. Bvmltr School
and
11:11
A.
M.
ISRAEL
Saturday: Confirmation class
day, 7>30 P.M.
of the Lord are rifrht, rfjoiclng Angel* in 1981.
Church School: N u r s e r y Bundaj School 8:45 A. M.
Amboj Avtnm, Woodbrldgt
St. Anne's Unit, (Irtt MonRev. William F. Forrest
RВ»lii)l Summl N(wbВ»r|В«r
through third grade, S:45 A. M
day. 8:00 P.M.
celebrant of Hoi; Communion.
Kindergarten
through
sixth
COLONIA GOSPEL CHAPEL
8 M P M.. Friday Sabbath
Choir Rehearsal, В«:30 P. M
St. Margaret's Unit, (Irst
Servloes
4S6 Inman Avenue at West grade, 10:00 A. M. Junior High each Thursday.
Wednesday, 8:00 P.M.
Fellowship,
10:00
A.
M.
to
12
»30 A M. Saturday Servlcet, -«„,*,„,. v
Street, Colonla
ftrttj
M l 8tlUrd y Jun or
iBd B fcnoon; Adult Bible Study, 10:00
WORSHIP
TOGETHER
THIS WEEK
nd the strengti
for your life...
TKMPLt
. riXFSBVTERlAN
,,. ,, OF AVINBL
B
ftHlttt
*PTI8T CIH'RCH
Boulevard and
c i «"««<n»
2/,|
".; • — | "Tsrtjsr
*'
Con
:
' iMonZ
T:00 P. M.
|__TrinliT AlUr Guild,
oSfruSuf
lot each month at 1:00 P. M. I
Thursday
! Female Choir Rehearsal. 8:00!
P. M.
Confessions
Every Saturday 11 A. M. until noon 4 to В« P M. and 7 to
9 P. M. and tometlmet on days
before Holy Dayi of Obligation.
OIH REDEEMER
LUTHERAN CHURCH
ZВ« Fourth Street. Fordi
* |r5tSteB5i5>uStS-
Bt. ftВ«f. MMr. ChtrUi 0
Oospel Service Sunday. 7:30; W ^ ^ P . 7 : M P M * B : l В°
MtCWTtlJln, Putor
[P.M.
|P-M-.!
R*t. Wllllim Hooi,
Young
People's
Fel''''В«"
......
AuliUnt Ptilor
Women's Home
—
every
Sunday,
7:00
ilOWShlp. ^
,v., w
. . . V •! CbrUtian
U..U.,,
..,, , BonhiB, Th.M
RВ«f.
Donald J. Rrlllr,
TEMPLE EMANUEL
p. M
Bible Class Thursday. 1 30 PM
sundiv
AIMiUBt P*itor
j Trinity OlrlВ»' Friendly So- Voun? People's Meeting Fri 129 Pleasant Avenue, Edison
•,i,-,,v«itilp. 8. », 10 »nd|Oontmu«ilon Service
Sunday Masses: 6:45. 7:45.
KM. William Kitty. Pntor
SUbW MВ»nhill Hnnrlti
dety. second and fourth Hies- day 7:*5 P.M. t
|8:45, 10:00 and 11:00 A. M.
| rtursery open 10-12 lor clillSunday Services:
Sabbath Service—
•,,;CKii t, 10 and llidren biith through 3
Novena services every Tues9 45 A M., 8uhday School ly. В«:46 P M.
Filday. 4:30 P, M.
Trinity Cub Scout Pack 34: ST. ANDREW'B CHURCH
day, 7:30 P. M. *
I 1:00 P M . Evening Woishlp for all ages.
Avenel
Weekday Masses. 7:00 and
8 P M. v
'
11:00 A M. Morning worahlp. Den Meetings, Thursday; 6:30
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
RВ»T. John U | В« n , Putor
Fellowship, 1 FIRST BAPTI8T CM Rill Junior Church conducted l n iP.
M,:
Pack
Meetings,
fourth
7:30 A. M.
.
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w
V/eelcdmr
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s
7:30
A.
M
lower auditorium by Mrs WU- M t , u D l ,
Market and High Mtrtrt
Sunday Masses, 1:00. 9 0 0 Rahwar Avenue anoVCarteret ;
JEWlStt COMMUNITY
Trlnlt
Fellowship, T
Ham KiriJy
> 3*n'В«" Choir Pfae- 10:00, 11:00, and 12 noon
Road. Woodbrldce
i
Penh Amboj
CENTER OF COLONIA
1
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Confessions
Saturday. 4-5. JiiriM Mirth, Mlntiter AntiUnt i
• I t " fwer Rowilchuk, . ...„,
l i t Inman Avrmir
Sftturdayi, 3:00 P. M.
7:30-8:30 P. M.
R*Dbi DiTld SchtlnftM
TВ«rr7 L. HВ»*l, Oriullt
!
11:00 A. M..Morning Worship I v ' "
Prac1
lrlnuy
Jumor
Trinity
Junior
Choir
elll'RCII OF
• CotUM
Services Friday night at 8:30
В»:45 VM Sunday School
* w
Sunday
M s CHRIST
• t 0 l w » e | U c e , Saturdays,,9:00 A. M.
CONGREGATION
Sunday School 10:30 to 12
S;l! P.M.. Baptist Youtti
8:30 A M.. Church School
Junior Services Saturdays WASSAIL! WASSAIL! WASSAIL!: Why do we sty ttW
M Wednesday: Bible
B'NAI JACOB
d,.
*
Pfllowsnlp.
11:00
A.
M.
Morning
WorST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL
Lord Street. Avenel
from 10.30 te 12
IKiprliwn
"wassails"? On Twelfth NIRIU. back In the reign of CngitBd's
7:30 P M Evening Gospel Study,
ship
CHURCH
SUbbi PhlUp Brand
a 00 P M , First Monday ol
Hebrew School Tuesdays and Henry VII. the king's steward cried "was**il" three time* U
Service
8:00
P
M.,
Junior
Christian
nroli. Orsanlit
8:30 P M. Friday
I Thursdays 3:30 to 5, and 5 to he entered bearing the steaming wassail bowl.
2 "
^ " ^
u n - !^ ?! h, ' в„ў c h " s a n d W o r k e В« ! " " " * ^ Ford*
ning Worahlp H 00 AM.Commanlon SSun10:00 A. M. Saturday, Junior Endeavor
8:30 P. M.
The word is a combination of two old English vorfli:
day first Sunday of each C o n f n e n В« '
8:00
P.
M,
Junior
High
Ktr WMIlB B. rarot, VkВ«r
Congregation
y
cn
"waes" meaning "be" and "hal" meaning "well." WamtttO*.
month
*
8:00
P
M.,
Second
Monday
United Presbyterian Youth.
Holy
Communion,
8:00
A
M
GRACE
EVANGELICAL
,oi. 9 15 A M.
B o a r d Mtetln
an ancient form of toasting, dates back to the middle aces
Wednrtday. 8 P M
\t . Praye:
OUR LADI OF PEACE
7:00 P. M., 8enior High
na>e: 6 3 0 p M В«2 nLUTHERAN CHURCH
2nd and ,4 th Mon- MOrmng Prayer and Sermon.
when, according to custom, the host would hand his ChriatBMa
CHURCH
i United Presbyterian Youth
11
A.M.
600 New Brunswick Avenue
days. Misstonettes under direcguest a cup of spiced beer or nle with the greeting "Waaa
Perth Amboj
New
Brunswick Avenut^fordi!
Meeting*
ew Brunswick
Aven,
i,,,,inr High
tion of Mrs J. Waldheim at Church School, 9:45 A.M.
hal!" or literally "Be well!", and the guest, holding his UBkaift
R«r. jMtph •nttawtkl, Putor
|Rev,
HВ«Tbert
V.
A.
Heeht,
pastor
Seafioo.
first
TuestUr
4
P
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M
her home, 184 Cooper Avenue
aloft, rВ«plied, "Drink tn good health!"Tfassamng *ax M maeh
CHtRQI
j KoMoat, AllUtUI.
Sunday
Masses,
8:00.
9:00.1
Board
of
Finance,
second
WORSHIP
SERVICES
EVANGELICAL
AND
.Iwlln.
a custom In the monasteries as In laymen's houMS and DOUeruin
10:00
and
11:00
A.
M.
and
12'Tuesday
Cetnrr Protpert Avenue and
9:30
and
11:00
A.
M.
REFORMED CHURCH
aoo P M , first 'Friday ol
men's castles In Chaucer's time, The term waa later applied
,.. nfld at the Conoon.
Junior Choir, Fridays, 4-5 'Nursery during both services)
Ridcrdale AВ»fnuf
94 Jtmei Street
Month Women's Missionary
to the feasting and general revelries of the Chriitmt* season.
il, jn School every
, Ptttor
Weekday Masses, 6:45 and IP. M.
Woodbridgc
ME 4.1751
and particularly to the bowl ot spiced beer or ale which t a t
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
,vc»» 45. T : « . » : « , | •:« •rSrs^fcTsThoo. council under directions Mr»
8
A
M.;
Friday,
6:45,
8:00
and
Superintendent*,
last
TuesIn, lull* В«irj, Mlnltter
an Important part of the celebrations.
CHURCH
,nd 13:1ft. Confes* for all agea. Ernest Barbas R W o r l t m В» n
8 45 A
day.
10:00 A. M.( Sunday Services: The custom of the wassail bowl continued and WM
Masonic Temple
, i vri before maatei. Buperlntrndtnt. Adult Bible
Church
school,
2nd
WednesOrder of Sunday Services !
Monday
NEW DOVER
extended. For example, the townsfolk of many small B
1548
Irving
Street,
Railway
. -v 7 30 and 8:00 Class at name hour, teaoher
day
"
10:00 A.M.. Sunday School ; Novena, 7:30 P. M.
METHODIST CHURCH
hamlets would go Into the orchards and drink a "wuaaa
Sunday at 11:00 A. M.
Runyon Ernst
10.00 A. M., EnglUh Service | Male Choir ReheattaJ 8:00| White church Guild, second Sunday School 9:30 A. M.
(90
New
Dover
Road,
to the apple trees to assure their future abundance. Thus II
c olcndile Road
;and
fourth
Mondays
11:00 A M , Morning worship
Alktrt R. IwMt, Putor
I 11:00 A. M., Hungarian Ser-P'M.
has become customary to decorate the wassail bowl write
Wednesday,
testimony
meetLadies
Aid
Society,
second
iservlce. Nursery is provided.
J'VOA'M'; Early Church 'andineV
' Altar-Rosary Sodiety. first
apples.
Ing
at
8
00
P.
M.
, 8:00 P. M, Senior youth K a r l y 8 u n d a y gchoo,.
' 700 P M Youth Fellowship j Monday after first Sunday atand fourth Wednesdays
The wassail bowl makes an unusual and inexpensive hot
Reading R o o m Tuesday
\sTHONV8 R. C.
Association,
first
Woman's
8:00
P
M.
10 A. M., Church School and First Sunday of the month.
Thursday, 2 to 3 P. M.; Wed- punch for holiday parties: each serving costs approxtmttclir
( llfRCK
- 7 : W p M , Evening Gospel
second!
Thursday
11:30 A. M., Sunday School 2:30 P. M, Udles Aid Society Holy Name Society,
nesday 6 to 7:30 P. M.; Friday thirteen cents. What t delightful way to ladle out cheer alter
i-.rt Reading
Service.
7:00 P M. Youth Group
an evening of Christmas caroling, or to celebrate New Tear's
Monday: Religious Training. Monday after second Sundayj Cancer Dressings, first and 7 to 9 P. M.
third Wednesdays
.
utui MlloВ«. PMUr
M.
2:30
Eve!
Westfield
Boy Scouts, Friday*, 7:30
M^.Mts. 7:04, 8:00. ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST
TRINITY KK18COPAL
.
Tuesday
i noy
Tuesday: (First) Lorantffy
WaasaUBowl
422 East Broad Street ,
В»:,d 13:00 noon.
ORTHODOX GREEK
CHURCH
lOulld, 7:30
I PTA meeting third Tuesday P. M.
(Hot Spiced Beer)
Sunday
9:30
and
11
A.
M.
:wvВ« at 8:00 A M
CATHOLIC CHl'RHI
Woodbridfe. N. J.
Tuesday: 'Second) Officers,
12 small apples
Va teaspoon etch, (Infer
Sunday School 11 A. M.
honor Of 8t An- Broad and DIviiinn Strreti
RM, Wllllim H. SchBial, l i В« , and Elders 7:30
12 teaspoon* brown sugar,
and nutmeg
Wednesday, 8:15 P. M.
Rmtor
lursday at 1:15
Pfrlh Amboy
i Tuesday: (Fourth)
1 cup sugar
iv 2 cups orange Juice
Alton Brindti, Urtkhiit
Reading Rooms, 116 Qulmby
l
•ft. Itcphrn Utat. Puttr
hood. 7.30
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 k cups cranberry Jukf
Street 10 to 4:30 weekdays; 7
Sunday Services
Sunday Matin*. r00 A M
2 quarts beer or ale
to 9 P M. Mondays.
(Ul'RCH Early English Mau. 8:00 A M 8:00 A M, Holy Communion
Core apples and fill each with 1 teaspoon brown sugar.
9:30 A M., Family 8ervlce
Church Pchool. 9.00 A. M.
ADD CHURCH CALENDAR
Place in baking pan and cover bottom with VR inch water.
, Wllul. PlltW
VeВ«pВ«fs Saturday nights and a n d В° ^ * ^
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Bake In a moderate oven (350* F) 30 minutes, or until tender.
,, M.V 6.30, 8.00 -ilore hulidays at 7.00 P M.
LESSON - SERMON
"'
|.Combine sugar and spices in a 4-quart saucepan. Add oranft
10
10. 10:00. 10:14
10:l& childretM
Communio ' n d
"Is the Universe, Including juice, cranberry Juice and beer or ale. Heat, but do not boil,
Chlldrpii^ Holy
Holy Communion,
Morning
Prayer
and
30 and 12 noon n r i l 8 u n ( U , 0 , f V f r y m o m h
|iMan, Evolved by Atomic 15 minutes. To serve, pour mixture Into punch bowl and float
(Second and fourth
\iiMH, 7:00 and
Force?" is the subject Of the baked apples on top. Yield: 12 servings.
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ning 8.00
nnrCh
So Sure
Saturday Mommi Service
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1961
PAGE TWENTY
YOUR GARDEN
THIS WEEK
Ciittinfn to Dtcoratc
There's an extra satisfaction
in decorating your home (or
Clirlstmas when you can cut
the greens from your own yard.
Many owners of holly trees
wait until n o * to shape and
prune them, urtng the cutting!
to make the traditional decorations.
Yow trimmings also come. In
handy at Christmas..
Both these plants can be cut
back rather severely withou
harming them becauie dormant buds remain on the old
wood and you can expect favorable growth next spring.
That's the word from Donald B. Lacey, extension home
; grounds specialist at Rutgers
But If you want to use cuttings from hemlock, pine or
arborvittte it's better to take
just the tips, to avoid spoiling
the shape.
Some Better Outdoor*
Hemlock i a d gpnio* *r* better for outdoor decorations
than for Indoors because they
am apt to drop their needles
in warm, dry rooms, An srborvitae table arrangement will
4a6t longer if you can keep the
stems In water.
If your holly didn't come
through with a satisfying crop
of berries you can add touches
of color Irom dome of the other
berried plants.
„, Thereof wlnterberry, for Instance—Ilex veftlcillata. It's a
" deciduous holly and be found
growing wikL But don't cut tt
bectfuse it's one of the plants
protected by conservation laws.
Lacey recommends winterberry for the home landscapesomething to keep in mind next
spring when you go shopping
for new shrubs.
Bittersweet it a handsome
addition to an arrangement,
too, and you're lucky if you
have some of your own. It's another of our native shrubs that
can be expensive if John Law
catches you helping yourself to
some in the woods.
And how about honeysuckle
berries? The specialist says the
ones from Mac's honeysuckle
are especially pleasing.
Tree From Own TardT
You may even cut your
Christmas tree in your own
yard. It's been done, you know.
It happens like this:
Someone buys a little Christmas tree In a tub, enjoys it
until after Christmas, then
plants it.
Years pass, and the little
tree has more ambition than
. anyone expected.
It grows tall enough to become unpleasing in the landscape scheme, so the best
thing is to saw out the top for
a Christmas tree and see the
nurseryman about a replacement that will be more at home
in the yard.
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The condition a man is in
can best be judged from what
he takes two at a time—stairs
or pills.—The Bluejacket, Memphis, Tenn.
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CHUCK STEAK
i ib
pkg.
NESTLES
CHOCOLATE BARS
Milk Chocolate or Almond
pound uit
lВ«miry bar
59
FINAST
STUFFED OLIVES
Jumble Pack
4 1.00
PEM HAlVtS
Richmond fxtra Dtlkiou*
21
16 oi
un
KRAFT
CHEEZ WHIZ
Rich Cifinny
PAOB TWENTY-0N1
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1061
weather.
I.EOAI. NOTICES
Kroup
ABOUT YOUR HOME
I-EOAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
LEOAI. NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
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LEOAL NOTICES
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' BoiithMMerlji ,| rtl ol В» 7.00 foot! The within described property V Bltuste. iylng В»nd twine In the 52.VR nf Woo<1nrlrtВ«i> Township Tai operative then In any of fuel)
.„. said day. at the BhirtlTt CMm
NOTICE
i Assessment, MВ»p, whlrh miip Is events, title shall automatically re- Take notice thit NHL J. CRANE. in the City of New Brunswlak, В» . J.
upon the expressed condt- Township of WoodhrliiKf. In the
file In thr MldrtleseK County vert to the Township of Woodbrldgs t/a Oreen Street Liquors, has ap- All those certain lots of land safl
. ._ ..._J thВ» sume В»hВ»H he used County ot Mlddlewx, in nil- State
office, belli* part of the same without sny further notice or de.plied to the Township Committee of premises herein and after p*rtleufor the purpose of constructing s of New Jerney;
(J) Northwesterly
the Township of Woodbrldne for alarly described, situate, lying and
llel witti hospltsl, nnd that failure to use the BROlNNiNO s i ft
point on thejprpmtws rnnvcvecl to Stephen De mnnd whatsoever.
, ,„, HIT a "do it yourself"
8lith Strut a w (MV t h e n c (
Instructions.
/\vi-nni>, saldltrtclc В»nrt Helen Detrlck, his wlfВ«, Upon spreptarioe of the minimum Plenory Retail Distribution license being In the Township of Wood*
property herein described for the
westerly side of
(J) Northen.terly pВ»rВ»lld with purpone dedicated by virtue of this polpt Mini dUtont 7.00.40 feet also known as Stephen Liiclna snd bid. or bid above minimum, by thefor premises situated at 1161 Oreen bridge ln the County nf MlddlMW,
,,,,, su-r- of the tendency to Another often made mistake
fltate of N. J Being known MM
provision, ahull emiw the said prop- nTjrtlrtrly from the intersection Helen Luctns. his wife, by
y Deed Township Committee snd the natStreet, Iselln, New Jersey.
....ihiiiRSln the belief that " the painting department"
ment. thereof rjy the purchaser ac- Objectlona, If any, should be made described on the WoodbTtdg. TW
erty to revert to the Township of formed by the suld wi-slrrly side of from Andrew I.iidna. also knnwn
;
thfnro
In
overdoing
the
use
of
the
q i,-suit In better worfcEllli Avenue В»nd the northerly side Andrew I,В«7,lnn. dated May 18. 10S5.cording to the manner of purchase Immediately tn writing to B J Assessment Map as lots 123* to 3JM
14) Southeasterly and slonn the Upon nri>eptnnce of the minimum of
Hyatt Street and from suld point rworded July 15, I9M, In the Mld-In accordance with terms nf salt Dunlgan, Township Clerk, Wood- Inclusive In Block 478C.
iii one example of overSouthwesterly side of Binh Rtnil hid, or bid above minimum, by the
Being the premises conunontf
rupnitif thtnc* (1) North M dutreei
County Clerk'a oOlre In Book (in Me the Township will deliver bridge, New JerMy.
,, work U often found tn
Of
WilmoatlkI
tnown and deslunated as No. 141
(Signed)
a bargain and sale deed for Mid
5
TQВ»nВ«hlp Commute, ind the pВ»y- minutes SO wcontls West 100.0 1833. pВ»ne 5.
last deorge Place, Woodbrlctgs, H. J.
NEIL
J.
CRANK
ntem!В«#a
Belnn
the
premises
commonly
t
theno
|2)
North
n-diiiR wood surfaces. uв„ў a oiush too small for thr
thereof by the purchaser »(••
t/a Qreen Street Liquor: The approximate amount of t M
nt В« point, the folВ» ment
Kconda known and designated as No. IS? DATBD: December В«th. I9S1
cording to tha mnnner of purchase
g
,,[ snnding lВ« necfigary in work Involved. This result* t n
Judgment to be satisfied by said Ml*
Ptrawberry Avenue, Wnoodhrldne
I.-Ii 1J/7. H/В«l
B J. DUNIOAN,
Is the sum of One ThousВ»nd On*
M0 ftet to a pnlnt: Ilienco 13) N. J.
Townahlp Clerk
'. nil manner of reflnlsh- •n, uneven surface. The mP"
Hundred and sixty-eight (11,118.00)
The
approximate
amount
of
the
JUDGMENT
To bВ» advertised December 1th,
" " I f f " * ** brushes blK
;,,;,., hut over-sanding can
Judgment to be satisfied by said nale 1981, and December iВ«th, lMl, in It Is on this Sth day of December, Dollars, more or leas, together wtth
It
them.
Their
idea
she ccwta of this sMe,
the sum of Fife Hundred and
. liu(p things to the ap
I.-L. J1T7,
1M1, on MCitlon of 8. HERBERT Together wllh nil and slDIUlS*
Twenty-eight (1328.00) Dollars, more
,,„,. nf wood. All wood l«
JAFFI,
Attorney
for
said
Plaintiff:
the rights, prlvllegps, heredltВ«iiiВ«M
NOTICE
mlnutti 90 fMOBdl Went
i n n feet or l»»«. tAretrier with the eoets of
OrUnmm) and ADJUDOSD, tn«t and nppMrtennnces tUere«»*» •••»
. (I The darker veins are
Take notice that ANTHONY
andd plВ»r" of BKOIN- this sale.
WaLIAM JOHN McORATH be au-lonrlnK or In anywise appertalnls*
Together with all and singular CBRAM1 has applied to the Town thorluid to assume the name of
; ,u,d the lighter wood U
Tho subscriber reserves th* right to
BIlrTO »1«O known »« Part ot Lots the rlKhtfi. privileges, hereditament* »hlp Committee of the Township of WILLIAM JOHN BEARS, from and adjourn said sale from tlm» to l!fl»#
i )Vi r-sandtng results in
. / } l 7
purmiel with ndependent'Letder
T
and
appurtenances thereunto be- Woodbrldgs for a Plenary Retail after the 9th day of January next:
14 snd 75 In Block in В«s ihown on
00
f
Tappen
Rtrwt
50
00
fret
nlong
the
longing or In anywise
mid rippled flirfaoe which
Distribution License for premises and thai within ten days from this nibtcct only to such limitations Of
the WoodMldge Tsi MВ»p.
South.В»,terly .Id.
Id of
f
The subscriber reserves the right to •Hunted at 1388 OfUt Tree Road. Hate, the said Plaintiff rtor<i cnnae •eslrlcttons upon the exercise ot
the final blow of the hamBIIMO commonly known M #281
SUPERIOR COURT OF
hcnime* mow pronounced
meb power
u msy
bВ« specially
p
y
p proy
adjourn said sale from time to time Iselln. New Jersey.
a copy of this Judgment to be pubKlls Avenue, ATenel, Woodbrldge, subject
NEW JERSEY
ttnleh sinks the nail-head nf which havliis hrrpiofore been
C
or rules of Court.
., prntfd efforts to smooth
only to such limitations or Objections, U any. should be made llahed ln The Independent-Leader, •Ided by Inw or
w t ht h e
vacated;
thence
CHANCERY
DIVISION
n. 3.
ROBERT H. JAMTBOH,
.,
' '
wrface 1, just
restrictions
upon
the
exerclee
of
Immediately
In
writing
to
B.
J.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY
|a<<d premises Include s tmh power as may nВ« specially propublic newspaper printed in said
<}' "orthweateriv parallel with
Bherlff.
The moftgiMd
right and usually a light blow at Sixth
Dunigan, Townihtp CWft, Wood- County of Middlesex, and that withDOCKET NO. M-1S35-I1
Wlncroft
bulit-tii
8-reet 6.00 feet; thenre
ullt-li wall oven В»nd 4vided by law or mien of Court.
JKRALD W KOLBA. Attorney.
>,nMv the most overdone
brldg., New JerstT.
0 0 I t e n th
ID
twenty
dВ»yВ«
from
thin
date,
he
JOAN
ANH
POYUIS,
table
top
cook
units.
(3)
Northtaateriy
pnrallcl
with
В« enthusias- TВ»ppВ«n Street 60.M f t; thence
ntn
ROHTOT H. JAMISON,
Sinned:
homeowners' efforts Is MВ«c o 7 В°
shall file and record the Complaint, .-L. ii/3o: ij/7, ii, H/8I
Plaintiff,
BCINu the sims premises conM
ANTHONY J. CIRAM1 Judgment and Affidavit of Publica()
v>.
(4) 1oiithВ«aВ«terlyy p >ro
veyed to Cdws.fi J. Wyzykowtkl and •VANS. HAND, KVANS,
| В« | with
r o ii|В«|
n Many people who are" Saturday carpenter not on- SlВ«th
NOTICE
t.-L.
la/7-14/81
lВ«th
HtfMt
JOO
f
tion with the County Clerk of MidJAMKS TURNER BOTLI8.
ly drives the nail Into the wood
Arllne WyiykOWiM, hlВ« wife, by deed
J.OO feet to the point
in experience Insist on but leaves the Impression of the or p!В»oВ« of Beflnnlnu
dleasi County and that twenty days Take notice thit LOUTB D1CTBUS
Defendant. from Shore Contrsctlnn Co., Inc., a ALI.ABOUC1H & AMORieAin).
eflnl
Attorneys
jWOmiNO В»V В» ,, 0 | n t m the
from this date a certified copy of В«s applied to the Township ComCivil Action
NOTICE
eorpomtlon of the State of New Jer- I.-L. 12/7. 14, 21, JJ/B1
nniim the paint they hammer there as well.
150,77
mittee of the Township of WoodIknithwesterlj side of Fifth Street NOTICK TO ABSENT DEFENDANT В«ey. dsted. MВ»reh I, mi, and reTake notice that WILLIAM A. this Judgment be filed with the brldge for a Plenary Re* Ml Distribui his i.i usually done to Many a Well-meanlne gar- sjld point beln* therein distant OP OJIDER POR PUBLICATION corded March 13, 1В»S9. In the Office
Secretary of State ot New Jersey
QiJLltTEY
T and ELIZABETH
tion License for premises situated
Refsr
To:
W-811;
W-2M
WOO
feet
Northwesterly
from
the
HTATS
OP
NBW
JBRflEY:
provision
ot
the
according
to
the
of the Clerk of Middlesex County In
• .,!• paint spread better. dener has killed hl» prize plants
LimrY partners T/a Tlie Alibi hs*e statute ln such cases made and at the corner of Rahway Aftnu*
Intersection of stld MdВ» of Fifth TO: JAMBS TURN1R BOYLBB,
Book 30*1 of Deeds for •nlfl county
NOTICE OK PUBLIC В»ALB
anplled to the Township Committee protided,
, : think that the thicker ? ' o m - , f e ' t В« k l n i t them. Ajnln Street
and
NellВ«on Street, AvВ«nВ»l, Mew
snd the Northwesterly slds • DEPENDANT
at p*ge 373.
of the Townshln of Woodhrldge for
Ts,ppen Street and ninnlnii By virtue of an Order of the Sir The approilmate amount of theTO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
,. - t l ' V .
8/ MITCHELL H. COHEN, Jersey.
this could be avolled if the di- of
a
transfer
of
Plenarv
Retail
ConAl
a
regular
meeting
of
the
TownObjection*,
If any, should bemВ»de
perfor Court of New Jeriey. Chan- Judgment to be satisfied by said
J.C.C
first croup wonders why rections on the container were thence:
Committee of the Township of sumption llcenae #C-50 for premises On Motion by
Immediately ln writing to B. J.
(II Southwesterly pursllel with cery Division, made 6n the JBth day Sals Is the sum of Fifteen Thousand ship
Woodbrldge, held Wednesday. De- situated at 780 V. 8. Highway # 1 , S.
Dunlgan,
Township
Clerk, wood,: Tit lacks gloss or wean followed tfe the letter. This way Tapper. Street 73.00 i,,t along the of November. 19SI, In R dull action Nine
HBRBERT JAFTJ, Attorney
Hundred and Seventy-four
6th. lOfll. I was directed to Iselln, New Jersey.
New Jersey.
I.-L. 12/14/J bridge.Signed:
when exposed to you will not only save time and Southeasterly side of В« TOO foot wherein Joan Ann Bayles, la the1(19,974.00) Dollars, more or less, to- cember
h
advertlne
the
fact
that
on
Tuesday
Take
lurther
notice
that
WIL•
wide slleywsy, the public rlirhts plaintiff and you art the defendant,
evening. December 19th, 1W1, the
LIAM A, OELBTHY and ELIZABETH
LOUIS DECTBUB
money but have a more beauti- of which having heretofore been you are hereby required to answer gether with the costs of this sale.
SHERIFFS SALE
Together with all and MnRulnr the Township Committee will meet at 8KELETKY partners T/a The . Alibi,
I.-L. 12/14. Jl/81
vacated; thence
the complaint of the plaintiff on orrights,
lUrKRIOR COURT
ful garden to boot.
privilege*,
hereditaments
and
P.
M.
(E8TI
ln
the
Committee
Chamthe
present
holders
of
Plenary
ReOr NEW JERSEY
121 Northwesterly purnllel with before the 30th day of January, appurtenance* thereunto, belonging bers. Memorial Municipal Building, tail Consumption license #0-59 have
NOTIOl
IM3, by Hiring an muwtr of L*on- В« in anywise sppertalnlnu. The WoodbrldRe, New Jeraey, and eipoВ«i> made application for permission for
riflh BtrВ«#t t.OO d ( t ; thenoe
LAW DIVISION
plalntltl'i subucriber reaerrea the right to ad-and sell at public sale and to thean addition to the present building,
ESSEX COUNTY
THERE 8 ALWAYS ONE
(3| Northeasterly parallel with nrd
•••- Flnkelateln,
_..,...,..., Esquire,
,.JM...... .....
Take Notice that JOHH PAFPA8,
Docket
No.
J-411I-80
L-462<l-<В»
pp
eet 75,00
75,00 feet
feet to
to thelnttorney,
the
t/В» Port Reading Liquor Stow, h u
y, whose В»ddreis Is 32S Hlgh- journ said sale from time to time highest bidder according to term* of Including first floor premises, apartBtf>et
Leaving the plush Stork Club! Tappen
Southwesterly tide of Fifth Street; way 18, Old Bridge, New Jersey, and subject only to such limitations or sale on file with the Real Estate De- ment to rear and excluding barber Qenersl Investment Corp, a cor-applied to the Township OommlMM
poration nf New Jersey, Is Plaintiff of the Township of Woqdbrldge for
nrie night, a miserly gentleman1
In
default
thereof
w
h
Judgment
restrictions
upon
the
eternise
of
partment
and
Township
Clerk'open
shop
for
premises
situated
at
7B0
8ollt
he«»terly along the shall be rendered against you as thesuch power as may be specially pro- to Inspection nnd to be publicly read U. S. Highway # 1 , Iselln, New and Edward L. Turek and Lillian Y a Plenary Retail DMtrnHRHni "It*
stalked right past the doorman! . ' * '
Turek, are Defendants, Writ of Exe-cense for premises situated at SOS
itj Court
shall
C t
h l think
h k equitable
i t b l and
d vided by law or rules of Court.
prior to sale, l o t s 1 and 2 In Block Jersey,
without tipping him. Neverthecution for the sale of mortgaged Wojdbrldgo Avenue, Port Reading,
Junt. You shall file your answer and
ROBIRT H. JAMISON, 590, on the Woodbrldge Townnhlp Objections, If any, should be premises dated October list, 1961
proof
of
service
in
duplicate
with
less,
the
doorman
helped
t
h
e
,
Woodbrldge Township, N. J.
Assessment Map.
i.EE MlLtAH
Sheriff.
made
Immediately
ln
writing
to
B.
the Clerk of the Superior Court,
<
Objections, If sny, mould M nude
Take further notice that the J. Dunlgsn, Township Clerk, Wood- By virtue of th* above stated Immediately
man Into the car with a flour-;iT ^ Tв„ў7 g n . WHundred
C * 8 state House Annex, Trenton, New McCARTOR * JfflOLISH.
In writing to B. J.
Writ, to me directed and dellverei
Attorneys.
Ish
Township Committee has, by reso- bridge, New Jersey
Model Railroading
said pleasantly, "In (В»ioo.ooВ» noiiars, in cmh, to be pВ«id Jersey, ln accordance with the rules
D
u
n l i n , Township Clttfc, WOOdI
will
expose
to
sale
at
public
ven
lution and pursuant to low fixed a
Signed:
Cft
h u
f
В»ew.8s
,,
ii/a,
so;
an,
u/В«i
case
on WEDNESDAY, THE 27TP brldge, New Jersey.
: railroadlni: it a y*ir «« you happen to ioRe" your , nl J ' ™ ° <i«»"rv ot The"
minimum price at which said lots
WILLIAM A. OaXTTBY due
The object of said action lВ« to
0 7 DECEMBER, A. D. 1H1, si
Signed:
In said block will be sold together
ELIZABETH OH.KTEY DAT
l,hy, But for many; buffs, pallet on trie way home, sir, WHIRBAS, the Township Com- obtain a Judgment of divorce be
anxKirrs IALE
the hour of two o'clock by the thet
JOHN PAPPAB
hM
with
all
other
details
pertinent.
В»I<1
T/a
The
Alibi
•nson provide* aiiust remember that you didn't!""!*'
"•'•rniined thit said tween the mid plaintiff and you.
prevailing
(Standard
or
Dayllgh
•VnsBIOR COURT OP
T/a Port Madlni Uqoor M e n
minimum price being $500.00 plus T..-L. 12/7-14/(1
lands, owned by It, are not needed Dated:
String)
time,
ln
the
afternoon
IOW JERSEY
I.-L.
13/14,
21/411
rlunlty to add newipull It out here."
co«t» of preparing deed and adver• " public use s,nd should be sold December 4, 1MI
LAW DIVISION
tising
this
sale.
^,-e scenic effects, and '
upon certain condltl
therefore. 9..
NOTICB
LKONARD DWOtte
J H l O D U I f k COUNTY
Said lot* ln В«Ald block must br
Bl IT
• pniCB up the pike, j h l W T TRIP
the TownAttorney for Plaintiff
DOCXB1 I S . J-9,M-59
Take notice that BVBLYN MOR-II
paid for ln cash on night
g of sale.
ship Committee ot the Townihlp ofi t.-L. 12/7 14 21 28/81
fthO (
r
n
A smft!I lr
T/a The Post Store has apCom'
Fair
Lawn-IUdbum
Trust
Subject to the condition tha-t the RI8ON
"
w m^? u:. ;
В« I went to church Woodbrldge, In the County of Mid-'
plied
to the Township Committee of I
pany, a banking corporation of Newherein conveyed premise! be used by
graridmoth(,r
SHERIFF1!) BALE
the Township of Woodbrldge for e l
Jersey,
Plaintiff,
and
Stephen
LUworked histor- | ^ e
a
non-profit
organization
Incorpor|on December 8, JOfll, as follows:
SUPERIOR COURT OF
clna snd Helen Ludna, Defendants. ated under the laws of the Stnte Plenary Retail Distribution license
В»as
ic battle icenn
1. The offer made by Joseph Orso
NEW JERSEY
Writ of ftecuflon for the sale of of New Jersey for the construction for premises situated at 1 Railroad I
«»»d at the a«the same hereby ls, apinto their layCHANCERY DIVISION
mortgaged premises dated October and use of recreational facilities Avenue, Colonla, New Jersey.
subject to final approyal at!
MIDDLESEX COUNTY
out., .making l * В° r t m e n t ot *>llli В»nd change proved
20th,
1M1.
Only. Ssld recreational facilities to Objections, It any, Bhould be made I
the neit Regular Meeting of thlsl
DOCKET NO. F-2M5-W
l ln
l writing
iti to
t B.
B J J.I
||
By virtue of the above stated Writ, be constructed within three yenrs Immediately
pigtt (if and then quietly deposited her Oovsrnlng Body which 1В« scheduled
anv
a
cor
/
Kg
pauy,
cur
me directed, and delivered, I will and completed within five years DtmlRan, Township Clerk, Wood-||
history tome dime. When they arrived home lor, and will be hВ«ld on December! p o r a l i o n o f t n , 8 t a t 6 o t N e wJ e r to
expose
to
sale
at
public
vendue
on
brlrtue,
New
Jersey.
f
h
d
f
th
ithi
deed
from the date of the within deed.
•live fur school she remarked ln bewilderment, It. 1M1.
Is Plaintiff, and Edward J. WEDNESDAY, THE 3RD DAY OF In the event nny or all of Hie
8lgned
2. That the salt be made upon sey,
Wyzykowskt, and Alice Wyzykow
EVELYN MORRISON ||
young;itВ«ri.
A, D. 1992
aforementioned conditions are lint
"I don't know why gome people
. . — , „ condition that the property b« con-ski, his wife. New Jersey Bank st theJANUARY,
T/a The Post Store
hour of two o'clock by the
met or ln the event that the grantee
Whether it's had to pay a dollar ln ChurchJJJ*,'^ ^ t h e •dJolnlnj property
and Trust Company, a corporation, then prevailing (Standard or Daycorporation censes to exist or beI.-L. 12/7-14/61
West, .modern indu«- ;j n a d , ROOd M t t f o r , d l m e „
Knaucr's Fur Shop. Inc., a New Jer- light Saving) time, In the afternoon
1
That
KoUce
of
said
further
• i-ur rail traffic through
corporation, Lake Food Service, of the said day, В»t the Sheriff's Ofmeeting of the Oorernlng Body, sey
a New Jersey corporation, First fice In the City of New Brunswick,
ak.. musill baВ«t, thВ« raw
contalnlnt u l d offer of puchaie Inc.,
The 8lmplВ« Uh
Savings & Loan Association, N. J.
with a description of the aforesaid Capitol
, for realiim art at
and
l m Walter I . Black, Jr., Ancillary
Is that
BEOINNINO at a point on
to be
thВ« nrlrn (hВ«rВ»nf *
"В»"
« *• imaci,
, Ancillary
, y.,ur local hobby shop.
R
i
ip t jlr .S
i & westerly side of Stmwherry Hllll
1
g
all you have
.aid
ВЈ ?be
hВ°>В«"" f
for F
Firstt C
Cpltol
Saving.
& Avenue, said point being distant 364
said Sft
sale, .shall
AFTER 60 YEARS
Loan Association, Inc., are De' .i n,
published
In
the
WoodbrldKe
Indeweight I.i to bathe—The pendent-Leader, a newspaper pub- fendants.
feet north of the corner formed by
•lil railroad? A carnival
the westerly side of Strawberry Hill
Scoop,
Winter
HarWrit
of
Execution
for
the
tale
of
llahed
and
circulating
In
the
TownAmiliUrybandtAiplit
side of
shlp of WoodbrlclВ«e on December 14, mortgaged premises dated October Avenue and the northerly running
k i l ? N b
Benjamin Street: thencs
1M1. which IJ not leas than two days 23r<l, 1961.
;
westerly
: i-arc j u s t a f e w o f hunnor more than ten (10) days before By virtue of the above stated Writ, 11) northerly along the
LEGAL NOTICES
to me directed and delivered, I will side of Strawberry Hill Avenue 40
uld further meeting.
•ilra* nlready d«vt!op#d'
to a point; thence (2) westerly
4. That at ,wld further meeting, expose to sale at public vendue on feet
'•! railroad fani.
and parallel with Benjamin Street
NOTICI
WEDNESDAY, THE 20TH DAY
|bВ«relnataovo
scheduled ^and desig;i farm landi, woodloti
____
^
_
101.87
feet to a point; thence (3)
aiSOI.l'TION
Of
DECEMBER,
AD.
1M1,
u
u
c
[
nated, the said offer to purchase!
i ijinit in your own town. WHEREAS, Joseph Urw has msdi|iriJ"p'ro'p7rty~В»'hВ«ir'bVcmisld'e're'dmbsu t t h e h o u r o f l w o В°' c l o c l c b? t B e southerly and parallel with the first
course 40 feet to a point; thence
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« « - » . «« amended,.then reject the same, or may con-light Saving) time, ln the afternoon ond
course 101.87 feet to the point
said —>•
day, "•
atВ»в„ў
the Sheriff's
.,1 aauailT J t « tne-y re p r o p , r l y , n t h , Township or Wood-orm and ratify .aid ule under said -of the—
"
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flce l n t n e c l t
ot New
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lamp
post
in
bridn*
mown
ind
deierlbed
sitermtaniJ
conditions
provided
thst
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loUo
Wonderful idea (or a "difBeing known and designated
Hii k'В»uKВ» station!
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,
Ino higher price shall then bВ« paid
BK11NNINO at a point in thilfor said property by any otbei All that tract or parcel of land, Lots Nos. 130 B and 131 A, ln Block
ferent" gift—a Savings Ac...• u *ip from this old model
tide of Slith StrNt.lptrson
• ' ' ' ' '
'
! f:m, and look for new SouthweiUily
count here in the name of
ssld point bring therein distant) j . That at said further meeting
• i,.lil life to that track of
•4 00 feet Norihweuerly from thi'thlt Oovernlng Body shall, It It apyour favorite parson (or
intersection of uld Ude of Sixth prove, the aale, authorize the proper
i v n holiday action. Gtt
persons). Make it for any
i ni.il !vi into thВ« act, too. 8trt*t and the Northwe.terly В«ldВ«'offlcВ«s to make a Deed of Conveyof
Tappen 8trw. and runnlnj i n c e to the aforeaalrt offeror. or to
amount you wish. We'll
lh
',! in, I them mighty handy
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i the purchaser or nald lands.
e turnery dtpartnwntl
enclose the Savings BooR in
Ill Southwnter.y parailel wtthi BE IT FUBTBEREESOLVED,that
Tappen swttt MOO feet along the( certified copy of this Resolution
a handsome gift-card with
thai! be published In the said
Woodhridge Independent-Leader on
space for your own perthe day above designated which
sonal greeting.
I shall constitute the Notice required
M by the quoted section of the Rett
vlHd Statutes.of
A Saving! Account dtrt Ii Id* gift that "poyi c/ivWtnrf
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held Wednesda-y, Dtcem-;
Mount Airy; also bedding by Sealy, Restonic,
Englander; Carpet by Gulistan, Firth & Artloom
Throughout
btr В«th, 1M1. I was directed to В»dXvertlse the fact that on Tuesday evefining, r>cember 19th, 1SM1, the Town-j
1 ihlp Committee will mfft at K P M j
2 IEST) In the Commlf.H! Chambers.i
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m\\ <it public sale anil lo the highest
uibldder according to termi of sal<|
S o n file with the Real EВ«tate Dupartyj ment and Township Clerk open to
J Inspwtlon and to be publicly read
• •prior to mile, LyU 29 and 30 In
3) nio-i 529 UH on the Woodbrldge
Township AsMismeni Map.
Tane further notice that the
j) TownВ»hip Committm has by reso* lutl.in and pur.uant to lawflВ«edВ»
i iniiiMiium price at which slid lots
S |H .aid block will ue sold togethei
B with all other details pertinent, said
J mlni:nuin price being *100 piuВ»
B n)iij of prcparlns deed and sdverS ilaliig this В«a!e. Said lots ln said
I ii:,n-k must be paid for In cash on
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PAGE TWENTY-TWO
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NOW
HEAR
THIS
Department to Hold
Free Basketball Clinic
WOODBRIDOE—The Town
ship Recreation Department in
conjunction with Leisure Un-i
limited will sponsor a free bgs[ketball clinic, featuring the
world-famous Harold Bunny
В»;Levltt on December 22 at the
JjWoodbridge HiKh School nym.1
Levitt, i n outstanding figure i
in basketball and handball,!
holds the worlds free throw j
Fourteen years ago I was summoned to the In- championship—499 consecutive,
free throws without a mlAs.1
dependent-Leader's second floor office by Mr. This
a m a z i n g performance
Charles Gregory, a man I had admired for his landed him In Ripleys "Believe
versatility as a writer but had never met formally. It or Not." In a later exhibiBunny shot free throw
I did not know exactly what he had in mind, and tion,
seven and one-half solid h6urs,
the unknown made me nervous. As I climbed the missing only two out of 8711
stairs to his office, my knees began to tremble and tries.
He has demonstrated his skill
-by the time I reached the. door I couldn't decide before audiences totaling over
whether to knock or run Courage and curiosity 250,000 basketball players and
coaches at clinics, coaching
finally overtook my fear and I g&ve the paneling schools
and at innumerable
two short taps arid immediately received a soft Army and Narcy posts. In many
of his exhibitions throughout
response, "Come on in."
the country, Bunny has travOnce inside his domain, I walked toward his desk eled as a main attraction with
professional basketball
Irtiere he greeted me with a firm handshake and leading
teams.
the request to be seated. Mr. Gregory then asked . The sole purpose of this exme if I was the St, James football coach and au-Ihibltlon is to promote more inin basketball—to amplify
thor of the team's weekly press releases. He also terest
teaching methods so that
"inquired if I was the same Johnnie Royle who .younger players as well as seaedited the All-Hi News a few years back, I replied Isoned veterans can derive the'
most out of the game. Bunnyi
'to all questions in the affirmative. Without batting •tides
to,fundamentals, aijd in
an eye, he asked, "How would you like to be the no way does be disrupt or Interfere .with any coaching
iports editor of this- newepaJJw?" II someone hftd, system.'
asked if I wanted to be a member of an AU-Ameri- Bunny demonstrates and excan football team I could not have been more plains basketball shooting in
as well as passing, dribstunned. After locating my tongue, which seemed detail
bling, pivoting, offense and de
to have disappeared from my mouth, I replied, fense. He also gives a valuable
discourse on rules and answer
"Yes."
questions on rule interprets
He proceeded to tell me what my duties would tlons.
At part of the exhibition
be and informed me that the staff would be of there will be shown sound mov
assistance to help me get started on my new job. ies of the season's major cham
iplonship basketball games
#
B
v
Host to Bomb
fry Johnnie ftoyU
Tonigh
A
Amboy 5
Garners
Yictorv
Hoop Season
Plans Begun
WOODBRIDOE—John Zullo. .,_
Township Recreation Supeiin- f
tendent, stated earlier this week| *''
thnt. plans for the 1962 b ^ k " '
bull season are still being fi
mulated and interested tefim&j
are requested to contact his
office fet 5 Main Street.
once attain four leagues are
scheduled to function throughout the township. The Junior
Division will Include boys from
nine to 12 years old, Babe Ruth
I from 13. to 15, Light Senior
from 16 to 18, while the Heavy
Senior, ns usual, has unlimited
'age restriction*.
| A -set of rule.1! and regulations
can DP obtained at any time bf
request from members -<Sf the
.present Recreation staff.
WOODBRIDGE
l)is,, ;; .
pointed with Ills chili's r>n- ,f|
defeat nt the hands nl Pi: 11,
Amboy In t h e home upi;,. ;•
earlii'r this week. WoocllHiri.e
coach Jim Iiake Is honlni< t! ••
ithe Bartons will improve MI::..
'cli'ntly to hnndle R:vvir. •'.••,•
Hwh toniKht. In a game *lm-| •
scheduled to be played w <•,
4oe:tl gym
.
fl
i Thi> Bomtwin, u n d n i •
ieoach John Dftntix dmp,,,
jthelr Initial MWne of ^he sen В«
to P r r t h Amboy St. M В« n В«
n 55-41 score. The enrlv smt,;,.
can be attributed to \w\\f
'ence due to t h e urnduatHi
key players last J u n e
Tony Rolls
A 668 Set
TEAM STANDINGS
W
iFoodtown-Witting .. 27
Ryan's Plumbing ... 25's
Sisko & Fedor
25
However. Dana, n sine •
jeoach from Pennsylvania, i> •.
pectcd to have his club up •
j tonight's encounter with <:
•Barrens. He has a n except;••:•
ally tall starting five mid u ,
|a lull court press t o hanus < •,
ponents. His leadlna point p-,
duccr Is Joe Oemetskl. n s.:
'ho consistently drives fni <\
loops.
L
12
As I walked toward the door beaming from head to
13'i
foot, he called out, "Hey, Johnnie, aren't you in14
terested in your weekly salary?," With one foot
WUURC. OMsmobile .. 24 15
Mauro Motors
20 19
over the threshold and a big grin on my face, I
Lake is well aware that \ s
jMayer's Tavern
19 20
1
,wo
former football stars, w ;t
replied, "Nope." My answer made him smile and
,Burke Insurance l? ^
lurzeja and George Fair i.,
State-Tobak's
....
shake his head.
Saturday afternoon a t the St.,
Team Standings:
binding the transition from \u:
_ 17^ 20Vi
W L James court. St. Peter's meets Metro Motors
Once out on the sidewalk, I stood in front of the Team Standings:
gridiron to the floorboard dif: •
O'Boston College in the first con-Wdbge. Liquors
16 23
.. 1
iult. Since they are key mwnCollege
building and it looked as tremendous as the Em0
test
at
one
o'clock,
Belmont
Bomers
12
27
.. 1
jers of the present Barron cl,u,
0
Abbey
clashes
with
Niagara
atjCollege
Inn
12
27
pire State Building. I could hardly believe that I seton Hail
2
Lake will have to wait patini'h
•!
1 two, and St, Joseph's tangles WOODBRIDOE — The pins
mtll the pair regain the fn::n
St. Peter's
—
В°
was going to work for Mr. Gregory. And little did Iona ;
-2
1 with St. Francis in the finale! | really flew in the Woodbridge ISELIN — The Iselin Boysjseason. In order to register ihat made them import i n
Belmont Abbey . _
0
I know at the time that I was starting a fourteen- M a r S a V ' Z Z Z ' r . 1
ijat three.
JKnlghts of Columbus Bowling League Is offering a Winter each applicant must be accom- sompeltors on last years wSt. Joseph's
В°
year association with one of the finest men I have Holy cross ........ZZI. 1
League as Tony Czajkow&ki pet llinic for boys who will be panied by a parent, furnish ilty.
e
arae
WOODBRIDGE — B o s t o n
a season's high series of 668 to :lght or nine years old before proof of age, and pay the regis- When Jack Burke, a sop!"
ever met, He never at any time questioned my ^ htt ^
~
J
Jollege upended St. Joseph's
lead Ryan's Plumbing on past August 1, 1962. The Clinic will tration fee of $2.50. I t will not |more, gave a demonstration В»'.
47-40 in the St. James Big
methods or my policies. He never failed to grant vftianova "ZZZZZ 0
Sisko & Pedor Transportation x held each Saturday morning be necessary for a parent to His all around ability in u.
Basketball League as David
into second place. Czajkowsk from 10 A. M. to noon begin- aocompany a boy after regis lВ»ayvee game, Lake inuneHiut...
a request or hesitated to finance a proeram which wwDBRnxjE^seton
Bixel starred in final minutes
rolled his record series on ning January 6 through and tration.
might assist my sports department.
His
true
|james
Grammar
"school
Little
|beckoned him to the varsitv am!
•
• ™ - L-_._ made it two straight in the St. of the game with a timely scorgames of 234, 227 and 207.
I including
;he ,young
scored *
cluding February 24, 1962.^ All
....boys
. must wear sneaker
„ . . , .eager
_
(
friendship, however, asserted itself whenever I was - — • „_ ing spurt which produced vic, Czajkowskl was aided by Joe lach of the two-hour sessions
their own baseball points against the Panthe:
Seton Hall Bixel Produces Victory
Wins 15-12 For BC in Final Minutes
Iselin Boys League Plans
Winter Clinic Sessions
Tournament
Tomorrow
. . . . . . . .
I
, L »-•
m
. .
t a n 15-12 a t t h e local Amboy
tory In the season's opener.
PRINCETON—Lawrenceville i Ryan's 212 and 202, and Prank will be held in the gymnasium;
;an(1 n a v e
|w>ll no doubt be heard fron i> -
past The Boston College quintet School will play host to seven Rudolph's 209 and 200 in the of the Iselin Junior High j gloves. Additional equipmen
unjustly criticized. I never went to him for assist- Avenue
the close of the season
two
will be supplied by the Iselir
held the upper hand until mid other secondary schools repre- Plumbers' triple win over iSchool.
Tuesday night's Rame v ^
ance whenever an unpleasant situation arose, but with only two weeks
way through the fourth quar- senting six states in the 14th .Woodbridge Liquors. Sisko & The season's registration fee Boys League. For further in far from a superior peri u s somehow or other he would always find out about %ВЈ\ВЈS%
^ Iona
with ter when Dan Stanclk's field jannual Invitation Hockey Tour- Fedor slipped into third ptac of $2.50 includes participation1 formation call: D. Essex a' ance by either team. Tin- lull
are tied for first place
2-0 records.
goal balanced the score and Inament at "Baker Rink here after wrapping two games tc In the Winter Clinic as well as Fulton 8-09d7 or C. Jenkins a handling by the Woodiim!
it and get into the game. He did the same for every identical
Richie Smith, the Pirates' seconds later Ed Golden hit and Lavino Park in Lawrence- Van Tassel's and George Kar the regular 1962 Boys League Liberty 8-7061.
and Perth Amboy clubs •.*
member
eager, was high man with another accurate shot to ville this weekend.
dos' 222, also Pete Bltwinski'
mediocre and more >i
amily. of the staff, which helped make us a close versatile
on the floorboards with fonr give th
the scrappy St. Joseph's All four of last year's seml- 203. Tonny Russo's 211 was top
family.
bounced off the hoops tii
His Ability to make everyone feel at ease in his field goals and a foul for nine give
team a 36-34 lead.
flnalisLs will be on hand again, for the Truckers.
dropped through the nets
presence was one of his many attributes. Three points, while Jimmy'Parr and With his team trailing, Bixel including Deerfleld, Mass. Acad- Al's Footown and Wlttln
Warren Luhrs hit the scВ»:
I Jim Lafchinsky each tossed in found the range and hit with emy, the defending Robert Piel Tools held onto first place
column first for the Barmi.
years ago, he accompanied a few members of the I four for the Jaspers.
tosses from the floor to Memorial Trophy winner. Nich- the league with a double wlr
the opening period with A :
Heard* Square Syndicate on a skiing trip to Split Iona gave a demonstration of two
send Boston College ahead 38- olas School of Buffalo, the 1960 over Harry Burke Insurance
shot, but the slim inkm,1.
all around strength by
of the Insurance
Rock Lodge, and a few of the fellows were a little its
was soon erased when I'
36. The margin failed to hold runner-up; Choate School ofDick„ Ungvary
„ # „
trouncing Forewarn by a one(games to one. Gene Farley
up, however, as Stancik and Wellington, Conn., and Taft team had a 614 with games
Amboy's Jerry Convery hit
TEAM STANDINGS
nervous about his presence on such an informal sided 20-4 count.
Golden once again dumped School of Watertown, Conn., 221 and 201 and Steve Poo
for the Druggists and two accurate Jump slim
W
trip. Mr. Gregory left a little earlier in the day, The big gun from a scoring field goals into the nejts to move round out the top quartet,
added 209, but the Foodtowners
Harold Scheubek a 210 for
make it 4-1. From this
25V4
for the Rams was St. Joseph's to the front, 40-38. A l s o participating are Phil- got a 237 from Nick Ballo, 222 Cross Keys
Wlshbow, '
the Panthers steadily
and I, along with two companions, was scheduled standpoint
Qulgley
Esso
25
17
Jim Snyder, who hit the nets Bixel took charge for the
Andover Academy. And201 from Jim Vash and a 203 Duerscheidt Ins
Oak Tree Claaners hit top
ahead and with a
25 17
to meet him and Ed Kruetzberg, our circulation for 10 counters. His teammate second time during the fourth oUvpesr i M a s s . Burrillvllle (R.I.) an
from Tom Steinbach to win the Oak Tree Drugs
24'A 17% form by shooting a 2847 set,, mahilng in the session
Bob
Toryak
was
next
down
the
two
manager, at a restaurant for dinner. Before arriv- line in the scoring column with period with a
the Hill School match.
24 18 high for the night, to take two 17-11 advantage. Secoim
Majestic Lanes
pointers, which sent Boston ot p o ttstown, Pa., and the host Mauro Motors, behind Bill Petco Plating
19'i games from Iselin Lumber. fore the conclusion of tin
ing at the designated site, one of my friends, who eight markers.
k
Mik D
Mike
Dryer College roaring to the topside gchoo], xhe two-day tourha- Roberts1 232 and Frank Zeny
20 George Sedlak finally found ter. PВ»ir hit with a Un>v
22
Preside
Realty
racked
up
,
Fordham's
point
had never met the Boss, was reluctant to stop. He
l 42-40,
4240 After
Aft Bixel's
Blxel's m e n t
of the tally,
c a u s for a _ . narico's 204 and 200. climbed a Olivers Tavern
22 20 the range with a 211 and 203 play to close it up, n - H:
production of four.
Each team will few notches into fifth place Ciccone Welding .... 22 20 for the Cleaners.
very waВ« high man !"
gave me the excuse that he was not dressed prop- Paced by the accurate shoot- splash, the Saints fell behind Of j 2
and were seven points off the p j a y
ies each.
with a triple win over Metro 8t. George Ph'm'cy . 21 21
Mauro Motors took the odd Panthers during the em l>
erly arid was not at all hungry. An empty stomach ing of Dan Hutnick, St. John's pace at the whistle
First-round contests will be Motors.
21 21 [game from Mlele Excavating with nine points, whil,
Shop-Rite
finally conquered his fear and we walked into the manipulated a 13-10 decision Mark Plisko was the most held at 10 A. M. and 3 P. M Mayer's Tayern, behind John Iselin
20 22 A 202 by John Ciajkowskl was'towed In five for the
over Holy Cross in a well played consistent point producer for Friday. The semi-finals will Einhorn's 906 series with' games Mauro Motors
1
[needed to salvage prВ»e game for' BotnteamВ»
*
<->"**
dining room. The sensitive Mr. Gregory immedi- game.
Mlele Excavating . 19 *,.
Boston College with 16, while start 7:30 A. M. Saturday with of 224 and 201, won three from Wlshbow Bros
Items durlm the В«rl>_
\t Excavators,
194 23>,4jthe
Excavators. i
ately recognized my friend's symptoms and to put Hutnick scored 11 points by his teammates, Dennis Monte- the consolation final at 11:15 State J(ewelers. Woodbridge
f
Walter Frank, Ahooting hUl the lecond quarter
.
18 24
of five field goals and one calvo and Bixel, each tossed to The championship contest, will Oldsmobile whitewashed 8om- Duffy's TV
my friend entirely at ease, he said,' "Royle, where way
• h
first
600
В§et
of
the
year,
a
nett
visitors
increased
St.
Cecelia
No.
1
17'
j
24'i
free throw. Jim Healy and Anh
ers Flower "House
Ed Golden paced the St. be held 2:30 P. M.
" • " 'in
" *the
" fina} i Iselin Lumber ..
the heck have you been? Can't you drive more than drew Ahmovlc flipped In four 10
16 26 601, v. as-still not enough u IВ«- Ito a 30-20 count В»t.<Joseph attack with 14 points First-round pairings will send contest.
Oak
Tree
Cleaners
..
13
29 elln Shop-Rite tost two gВ»meВ»JMВ»nwI. Larry Kovaci
counters
each
for
the
Crusadtwo miles away from Woodbridge without getting
with Ronnie Witkowski and Andover against Lawrenceville
to Ciccone Welding. Q. Ange- ConverySunk field K<В»
er
. . M I Dan Stancik close on his heels Burrillville against Taft on the
ISEI4N — After losing con- lina's Ml and P^Je Cttternlc- time running OM be!
lost?" Everyone started to laugh; the ice had been l ; ^ r,
Notre Dame reached the win "collecting
* " В°в„ў" c11
* each.
„„„,,
Lavinn
T?inir В«nd
Lavino PВ»rir
Park Rink,
and rhcВ».t*
Choate
siderable ground
prevlous ^ t o i -m for u,e Welders were half, Woodbridge
"broken and from that moment on, all of us had a column
for the first time this Niagara made its season's de- against Nichols and Deerfleld
week. Otk Tree Drugs com- more than enough to offset 34.26 only to have
season
after
hanging
a
15-12
•terrific time.,
bute a most successful one by against Hill on Baker Rink.
pleted a three game sweep over Frank s big set.
Convery sink IMA
reversal on Villanova..
Fireside Realty to take a major Petco Plating, with a 201 crease the PantheiV l<-a
Mr. Gregory's overwhelming desire to help oth The big scorers for the Irish romping to a 32'22 victory over nl s e r a o f a r
Peter's.
* ^'
* ranging
step in
—„
_.closing„ the gap fn> tint ggme from Angelo Barbato, it the period t*rmtii"t'
ers became apparent one Sunday afternoon as we were Bill Szabo and Ed Fitz- St.johnny
Fuery was the big football players, the Colorado
place to a game and one-half downed Olivers Tavern two The third period \ugerald with clusters of six and
1
watched a baseball game together. I asked him four, respectively. George Van man on the floor for Niagara State College team is somein the St. Cecelia Knights ofi ( a m i
(Continued on Pato
with eight counters, while thing of an oddity, Only four winter carnival w l
Columbus Bowling League
Vhy he didn't relax and make things easier for Tassel, the sharp Wildcat shoot- Bruce
Ferraro and John Zim- of its 36 players are from out- the year old Berlin Mountain The week being bumper j TWO members of Coach Bowwas high man in the game
• himself. His answer jwas, "If I can't live the way Ier,
merman each accounted for side Colorado. By contrast, of Ski Area1 February 2-8, Ski night,
..„..., Quigley Esso continued|den Wyatt's football staff atll VILLAGE INN
with eight points.
seven. St. Peter's offensive star the 70 players listed on the
to close In on Cross Keys Res- Tennessee a n former headj
want to, there is no place for me on this earth," The
Coach
Ralph
Townaend
an
schedule
resumes
SatTe
d
Tom Delaney, who ran his University of Colorado roster at nounced this week.
taurant by taking
Bob Woodruff, line II Bar & Rettaanmt
- the odd ,Kame ,poaches. —
•At first I did not get the full meaning of his quote, urday morning at the- Amboy was
the season's start, only 18 were The ski area, completed lastr during their recent
individual total to 10.
match fcoaeh. ,ls a former head coach
Aveune
gym
with
four
games
I Green St., Woodbrldr
in
their
home
State,
•but later I learned what he actually meant. He had listed for the day's court ac- A well balanced St. Francis
|year,"wiU be the site of the Also remaining within sUlk-'&t Florida and Baylor. Harvey
club
took
on
Belmont
Abbey
in
(Cor. IWiwij »"•'
ing
distance,
the
Duerscheidt
Robinson,
offensive
backfleld
grown so accustomed to helping others that he did tivities. Fordham engages Notre
downhill slalom and Jumping
t round of games \n the Back In 1924, Ernest E events of the Friday-Saturday Insurancemen took two games coach, was Wyatt'i predeceuor
not know how to stop, and above all, he derived a JDame in the first game at 8:30Jleague and encountered little (Clabber* Williams made Au- carnival. It Is located less than from Majestc Lanes, using KUU head coach t t Tennessee.
Hone Cooked
Iona faces Villanova a
difficulty chalking UP a 37-19 burn football history when he five mllei trora WiUiamstown. Canevarl'g 222 game, high for
certain amount of satisfaction from being in a po- o'clock,
9: JO, Holy Cross takes on Mankicked two field goals totaling
UKIWOIS aul Dinners
Cross • country competition the night, and Mike Lakomski's
'" sition to offer his hand. Perhaps his philosophy hattan at 10:30 anB St. John's triumph.
The most outstanding per- 96 yards in one game. The kick will take place at nearby Savoy 201 to pood advantage. Mike Tod Sloan, America's greatjest
Jockey
before
the
turn
of
battles
undefeated
Seton
Hall
Served Daily
former in the game was Dennis of 51 and 45 yards enabled Au State Forest. The dates mark Wachter's 209 helped stave'off
was brought about by his association with restric- at 11:30
the century, rode five winners
1
Mlnkler,
who
sank
11
field
burn
to
defeat
Clemson.
They
a
shutout
lor
the
AUeymen.
II
A,
H.
till Ctoiioi, liAi
tion before becoming one of the best newspapertwo scheduling changes. In the
on six race cardj three times in
goals
and
one
foul
for
23
points,
bettered
the
modern
record
of
Duffy's
TV,
after
a
long
p
,
Bill Harper, slippery quarterSunday from 3:00 I*. :
' men in the business.
Dyas. Wil- past, Dartmouth had held its dump, bounced back with Ray! 1889.
ttotal
t l which was high in
83 yards set by Ed Dyas
in the
the 83
back for the Cameron, Okl
was
Cloiinf (Midnlfbi
Sparkler's 201 game to takctl Rookie Jake Wood! of the
He was- known as Charlie and Greg to a lot of
police. The
seven city chief.
j
li
Rose fiowl player of the year zar came through
[three
from
Slf.
Cecelia's
No.
1.
Detroit
Tigers
made
fives.hits
Authentic
host tty second. This year
.people, but I could never call him anything else for his part'in the Aggies' 28- counters to top the Belmont who held' the ball was Dean been
St. George Pharmacy defeat-Sin a game against the Chicago
the
schools
agreed
to
revert*
now a city commlsWishbow Brothers two!White Sox last August 8.
but Mr. Gregory—he commanded that much re- [20 upset victory over Bakers- Abbey scorers. are slated for Peterson,
the order.
sioner.
Three games
,
California.
spect in our long association' as friends and coworkers. Yet, on the other hand, Silent Pete, the
BIG CAR COMFORT AT COMPACT PRICES
former Main Street custodian, always took pride
BOWL-MOR LANES
V to calling the Boss "Charlie/1 and Mr. Gregory
It sounds ridiculous, BUT A SWIMMING POOL
Ii Now Located At
loved it. He had a certain affection for Pete and
FOR CHRISTMAS MAKES SENSE. A |25 de346 Main Street, Woodbridge
. when Pete's wife was in the hospital, he asked me
posit will hold your pool, and WE'LL pay tor the
T&I1-OUT
(Actun Krum Breu Butktt)
if the senior member of the Heards Square Syndiexcavation when you want it installed. Get a
Complete Witb
LEAGUE
CAU. ME •*««
COCKTAH LOUNGE
ani
beautiful Gift Certificate to put under the tree.
cate was in any financial difficulties. Mr. Gregory
ENDURANCE-BUILT
В»nd
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Thrill your family thi* year.
BREAKFAST.
worried about everyone; he put everyone else's
SNACK BAK
BOWUNO
LUNCH,
DINNKB
ANDHKW V. HOSPODJW, Pro>riВ«Wr-MВ»imer
problems above his own health. If ever a man gave
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his life for his fellow citizens, it's our own Mr.
49 Tennyson Street
Cutaret
i'411
363 WviiioB Street
Perth Aiuboy
KI l-MM
Gregory. His memory and work will never vanish
on Page tt)
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, lfl
PAGE TWINTY-THKOJ
Winter Activities at Woodbridge Sr. High)
Evening:'
Sessions
Enjoyed
WOODBRIDGK-Tlit gTzn(ly rnlnrjrd program of cbrripptitivr sports at WoodbrMfe
Senior High School has В«rВ«tdir
icd the faculties of the school
!almost to the breaking poiuj..
JTiip pictures on thlj rage sho*L
|the extremes to •1ll(5h Vft
building Is put to hOUH On*
evening's activities.
A BcenВ» from the senior play,
which takes nearly
tbne
months of prattle* to product
has the vise of the auditoritw. ,
stner, dressing and music
rooms.
y
Wrestling practice undВ«r the
rection of Jerry Delanty, ft
Ivld in a CPfrterla room.- Thte
area, normally a study hill and
ja liomrroom, contains300 t a t t t t
arm chnirs which must Ba
moved and stacked for eveВ©
practlvc.'Then the matg art Wd
out and corned with a speettl
material that enable a floito
couples to exercise their arts i t
r:
one time.
In the long corridor, ten ftBt ^
wlrtp mid 485 feet long, the
trunk u>&m gets Into condition.
This is not a particularly Ideal
situation, inasmuch as 20 or
morr doors open upon it an<I
another corridor intersect* a t
rlsht RIIRIR near the gymnislum. Herbert Hollowell coaches these- boys.
The large gym at the. end of
Ihri building can be divided
Into three rooms, each containing a regulation basketball
"iurt. The varsity, Junior varsity, and soohomore s n " ^
hold forth on two of them
under head coach Jame* T-fikr
and his two assistants, Robert
JBtsler anil Hnri""1 M"ho<i.
The third gym room is used
by th" fl"M rmi of t1"* track
squad nnd hurdlers. M r HP11<V
well Is r-soonKN" f">r this
group. ' 0 .
On tbВ° ovrninqs when on" r"
more of 1 ITв„ў fon^l'iir
nrp, pinvin? aw&" trop\
v <:
?"W"i
ll v
' v\
11
Hi"
^i '
orf ""
PIT'----.
When n' 4 '-'" 1 "'"'] t'™p <<i *' • ' - ;
ed. onf of the In)'1"1.. sl^om,
for tpr1""' " r "
n-.r.,i.-
;
' -''•••'
f В« 0 <> r M-,-
1,-*
_
tliВ«s w " , d .
Not s h o " n in Mr i l - ' ' r "S "
the cii"n-lnp'l"vs "'id t-ir 1 "- ,
fort" a!lr>""thBr, T V ' f nrT 1 '""
on tiie s'aT1; or in R vn»-nt. t*—i)
ro^Mi v,h"'icv"r "0В«ll)iH.tl'"j permit.
Tim overall arrangements for
|thВ« snores program is the duty
jof Jc^in Tomc9!iik. athletic d>
rector nf thn school. Dr John P.
lozo. Principal, by virtu 9 of his
iposltion, is responsible for thВ»
{entire athletic program of the'
Institution.
Assistant' V$k
Principal Louis Gabriel Is llsagg
man between the adrnlniВ«traj
tlon and thR personnel of ttte
sports program.
>В«
Soccer Team
Plays Sunday
>9
WOODBRIDGE—After spend.
jlng three weeks on the rOaВ«lt
the Woodbridge Hungarian so&r
er team is scheduled to return
to the local high school stadium Sunday afternoon to eri*
gage the Linden 8. C. In a Ne^
Jersey State League gams
SOME OF THE ACTIVITIES can be seen in the photos on this pase. On tlif top left, ;i group of youngsters practice which will begin a t 2:30 P. M.
wrestling in the school cafeteria. Keluw this k a scene, of arliery prucliiT in the hallway. The spacious hallway Is shown The Hungarians got oft to В»
used for track practice in the photo below. I'lio bolluiu photo left shows the three men responsible for the activities, poor start when the nucleus of
with the gym in the background, They are, left to tight, Lo lis (ialniel, assistant vice principal; Dr. John P. Lozo, princl- the team quit flve days before
and John Tomczuk, athletic director of the school. The next three photos show the three courts of the gym, all being the season's Inaugural. The r(N
put into use at the same time. Top photo shows the court on the north side being used for basketball. In the center court building job by manager John
Herczeg was a tremendous one
unother game is In progress and the southern court is being used for loth high nnd low hurdles, and shotput.
with a lot of new faces appearing on the club for the first
time with | little league experience.
nijed truni sjpor!
Continued from Sports Pagei
! After being shellacked 12-0
I
!
After being shenacKet
frame with neither
The
Woodbine
Junior
Varfrom
Ot)r
local
ScenEf—hp
has
become
ai\
important
In
a one-sided opening game
team hitting the hoop, consis- ^
saved the, evening from
aiiunst the Royal Lions, the
,
.,
. . complete fnt uerlby sinking the part of our history. All oi YOU can thank Heaven Hungarians continued to Imtently. Tha Panthers went out p o r l h A n l b o y J a y v e e s 3 9 . 3 6 .
for leading him to Woodbridge where he gave us prove, and last week hit their
front 40-37 before two free J i u . k B w t o
,t
0,erl o r
stride for thВ« first time by
the best years of his life,
throws by Luhrs and a jump u y o
^
l t h lfl
conquering the Sparta club,
shot by Jim Floresch narrowed , t
As I reach the end of this page I find it difficult 8-1.
the gui) 40-31. When'the score
. v n m m l M n r K ....
to express my true feeling, I feel a certain alone- On December 24, the Hunreached 44-35 late in the- (marWOODBBID&E ( a 0)
sarlan team will meet the Oar-,
ter. the Amboyant r a t t * ^ off CaiiUU, t ..........
-I have lost the helping hand, the encourag- field
B squad In a minor Hgue
sevm straight counters to ease K-wzeja I
ing word—the true friend.
9 19
|ol«mh slated for 12:30 P. M. •
ahead 51-35 Luhrs' two baskets U i m s - r
-
A on? llvar This
Play Host to Bombers
uu^n
51-39 as the session
g ^ ; - — • ; ;
2
1
2 0
3 0
0
4
1
4
6-
Sports Notes
Ploresch, g
At the start of thefinal
,
frunie, Manuel made It 53""'Burke, g
Linebacker Bill George of
for tlie Panthers, then Luhrs,i Covlna ' s
the Chicago Bears Is playing
Burke, and Carlisle found th>
his 10th National Football
18 U 5'0League camnalgn! He Is from
e( with perfect shots to,
,
clost' it up 53-47. Kpvacs con-'
В«*EP'l'H AMEjOV (56)
Wr.ke ForeВЈ(
1 C
. .
nected with a good shot from;Manuel, f
;
7
2 Tackle Bubby Jack Oliver of
the floor and Bernstein, a fouliKoehler, f
1
4 the Montreal Alouettes was
tow, to make 1W 66-48^ With Bhapinetz, c
1
•limed tlft most valuable play(time miming 6^, (tonveryi tank Convcry, g
1
a free throw and Luhrs hi*-В»ith|Sachs, g
........:.' 0 2 j;*r In the Eastern Pooiball Cona one-hander to freeze the final'Kovachs, g
5 4 ^iference this past veek.
tally at 56-60.
Any of the foxhound breeds,
and effectively control.
Ion toys .and children's
Warren Luhrs and Kurt Car-!
21 14 66can be easily tralnjed as dperforethought can prevent
ture may, if unawed by todd- Christmas is a feast of de-lisle were high men on the Score by periods:
hounds. The coonhound breeds,
j attain this end, care should
lers, produce ltad poisoning; light for children. It Is the re- <*>urt for Woodbridge with clus- Woodbridne.... 14 13 13 11-50 and even beagles can also be
, MtrclMd In the iwlw""" В«
sponslblllty
of
adults
to
make
ters
of
19
and
14,
respectively
Jp.
Ainboy
17 21 13 5-56
and snmll objeata may bВ« swalused with success.
children, tu be sure
luwed with serious, even tragic, certain, therefore, that Christ- convery matched Luhrs' total!
ttiay are not potential
results. All electrical coiujec- mas' posea no threat for chil- for Perth Amboy with seven Exterminator was the only When defenseman Jack (Tex)
of Injury or Illness. We
dren's health or tafey. Keep field goals and five free throws, race horse to score a triple in Evans scored a goal for Chitlons oft equipment and "
remember
l
Christmas mm by keeping It while his teammates, Walt|stakes races at Plmllco. He won cago against Detroit on October
• »toproperly •
i points
Manuel and. Larry Kovacks, ac- ;fhe Plmllco'gup In 1918-2831 15, it was his first goal in 195
and of gaiety.
Incto'rs."An'moblle toys should safe.
Michael S. Newjohn, MD. counted for totals of 15 and 14. at the Maryland track.
should be preserved
games.
as the child can easily
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THURSDAY, DBUEMUJjll H,
PAGE TWENTY-FOUR
1
They include recordings. s l l d e s . U u
C/it/>
any andGwynne dances with Uw 5 W 1C . . - J , , . , ^#>linfll
film strips, motion pictures
; Later In the evening flurry
7
Moor*
Snarl
at
a
"Brotherhood
Club
O
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n
Q
d
y
lUJIOUl
•and such common nldes as MakeChrirtmm i,
Carol В»re on the Garry
\.
isk. who
at the station
house. . . I _^_ J
blackboards charts, maps,
Show
Diana Trask,
-.— dance
—
ISE1JN - Thr 4-H i m
ers. models, and printed pic- Club of Iselin met MondnirecenU, signed a five-year con- 20th Century-Fox * " ' • " *
Blanchard
iitract with NBC, will leaveВ«eriesln the test-scrlpt-prepaMrs.
nlng with the leader. Mr
ilSing Along With Mitch to take ration stage. Three of the title*
Kummler.
on more Burst roles. . . . Pral-are Dateline. San
fturim.
STEVE AU.EN MENTIONmCommunist China to an upLawford'В« The Great American Family
i,
^'IchrWaw^CompBnri* preparing and The Commuters.
as a po*siblr
Jack
"Fireprooflng ChrlsttniK
comedy srrles to star Keelej fourth Is still n » m e ™ • ; ^according to a recent report.
J;ifk Paar on
Work
was
complct.
show It was Jack who
Each department of the Christmas glfU and tin
Strvf In the .vame spot ...
ii
planning
speattempt to unheads the Droduction.... feature films on the TV market.
y>ars ago Others mentioned
The bers RISO worked on
•.. . . Singer
clal
,--.
suprruiicuuciiwv
<
i n ; projects.
{or the show are Johnny CВ»rВ»rtment
will
have,
five pianist*, a generalsuperin- Nursery Department will have
Thursday.
Decem-!
Canned gooda were tu
tendent, attendance secretary. ' lt(p p
. M.; klndergar-|for the ba*ett for th.
^
2
1
[tteaaurer
and
librarian,
and
hypnosis
off c.nВ«l_tKm
l
4
^for Ci
your
T V
Progr
— TOIW AM TOHMIIOW
department,
Saturday Ito
Xi
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YrrlViY
M<
IKVIK CAKf
F - rifiJciOU5
j t : ;;*t
Mocha
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Dntf
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rounr r 4
< n;i?.]':<
.ip|)f-t!7ii'.E
in t h . -
cried.
,-,lr>r _.„,«..>,
- - the first nighttime versionCm 54 s h w in
Thf Corniptorf takes a poke at of the show on January 2 oomes whfii lh_''_"__'oot-
U ' i i v t s 8ii(i
<<• and either will
a-'"r.;.-hmt: spp-'ri or.rc i: ^ !HH P O
diSBP;-:')
Pnrk,n:> (1 pound eflkp n n \ s-impUfiw thf preparation Pitted;
frefh C'I';,! 'viiia c!;it<s are arothor timc-.-aM: fo: the rook They
are iii>В« or, p m e v y shelu-? in pound and half-pound packages
to HUi.'i]]f"it f]v.<ih.dat-fs found in producf sections of storef
'•Mocl.a Date- C'B'•:<•', e. true holiday treat combining luscious
chopiВ» d dates, cocoa, instant cottee powder:nuts and olhfr festive fortdf. is certain to make this Vuletidr a memorable one
for family and friends alike.
Mochi Date CUr
j
1 package '17-oz1 poundcake.
y, ciip powdered cocoa
mix or 2 package* 9-oeJ
2 tablespoons powdered
each1
fucar
15 cup evaporated milk
2 tablespoons instant
>i cup water
colfe* powder
3 egge
i-^cups pitted fresh
2 teaspoons rum extract
* California dates
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 cup nuU, chopped
i.j cup sifted all-purpose
BS
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SUNDAY TIL 9
1-lb.
W\
Hrease and flow a loaf pan ' 515 X 3 Irenes' atid a coTfee
can il lb>. Blend cocoa, sugar and coffee ptwdei together inj
small bowl. Chop dates Add dates, nuts and flour to cocoa mix-1
ture. Prrpare pound cake as directed on package, except sub-j
stitut* evaporate milk and water for liquid called for and use;
3 eggs. Fold in cocoa-date mixture and flavorings, pour into;
pan and can, filling about half full. Bake in 325-dfgree |mod-j
erately slowi oven about 70 to 80 minutes or until cakes test<
done. Remove from pans and cool. Wrap well and .'tore 2 to 3>
days. If desired, top cakes with a thm frosting of powdered
sugar blended with milk or orance juice in spreading consistency. Garnish with date slivers. Makes 1 loaf and 1 round cake.
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REMEMBER-
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GROUND CHUCK
Every food item purchased on Wednesday, is
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Guys' FOOD STAMPS. With over a hundred
thouwnd gifts to choose Irom, why not get the
Wednesday shopping habit and, (id your stomp
books falter than ever before. Each K I M book b
worth
SWIFTS SOLD CREST 60VT. INSPECTED
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Winter menus invite piping hot soup, and nothing warms and
Bi/urisb-s more quickly. Even though time is short, a good soup
can ra-ily be prepared. Use canned bouillon, or stock made with
bouillon cubes, as a base.
QUICK FRENCH ONION SOUP
4 large onions, sliced
2 tip. talt
'/4 cup butler, melted
Vj tВ«p. paprika
6 cupt beef bouillon
% tsp. pepper
1 Tbsp. Lea & Pentai
2 hard rolls
Worcestershire sauce
dated P a n n m chaw*
Peel onions and slice thin. Add to melted butter and cook slowly until
tender but not brown. Add bouillon, Lea & Ferrini Woicwtershire, salt,
paprika and pepper. Bring to boiling point, cover and simmer gently for
20 to 30 minutes, until onions are leader. Serve in deep bow'a, each
lopped with a slice of hard roll sprinkled with checn. II pottible, place
individual servings is heat-prooi soup bowls and slide them under the
btpiler to melt cheese just beiora serving, Jhii soup develop* tlavor an
ttttands, and u eiceUeot when reheated.
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