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ROCKAWAY, N. J., THURSDAY, APRIL 7, ll>r>r>
Year .$2.50—(Out of County $3.00) —Copy 5 Cents
Township Candidates Air Urges Unit as
Civic Problems for NDCA Base in Sewer
Assessments
The Northern IMsti'iel '^ivii- AH,
socliition wus host Tuesday night
to one of the liveliest ur.d most
informative meetings over held in
Koekaway Township, in spite of
the fact that only two of tho llvo
Invited township committee candidates attended.
The two were Kus;-ll Howi'll.
Assessments fur the DeHart
incumbent, v.wl Christian Chtistoi-**>**
fersen. candidates for Republican sewer project should be rtmde on
noniination in the Primniy Klec- the utiil basis rather than by front
tion Al>ril 1!*. Sigmiuid Goytcl. footage und valuations, according
chairman. .'•aid Klim r Kinney to John Kumpinait of 23 Mt. ProsiPemocraU was prevented from pect avenue, in the sewer district.
Kuiiipnmn was Rockaway Townattending because of hi.-, wife's
illness. Kinney arrived sifter tho ship mayor when the sewers were
program. No word bad been re- being planned, and was a sanitary
ceived from thc other two, Geurg<> engineer in New York City for
,tr
Decker, Republican, ami Gear^o many years, .so feels he is qualified lo speak on tho subject of
Reduce unto speeds in the neigh- George, Democrat.
.sower assessments.
borhood of schools; bo watchful
Also nttendiiif; won' Republican
"It is my belief that the easiest
for children running1' "TTHo tho Freeholder candidates Gerald B
method
of calculation is a simple
street, and don't drive onto school Coursen of Morris Plains and Vinplnygrounds, superintendent Char- cent .1. Wemlingor of Kirinolon. form of mathematics, one that is
fair, equitable, and not misleading.
les L. Curtis asked parents of
IВ»letl({В«' Independence
Since the DeHurt sower question
Rockaway school children and
Both Howoll and ChristofiVi^en is based on sewers and not land
others in a statement this week. emphasized their independence of values, it shoulu be treated as
"The next child injured may ~oaany pres.-iiro j;ruups. Hc,wo;l said .such," Kumpman said.
yours," he pointed out, adding that he has been lighting such groups
Only I'nitH Count
"Unfortunately, at the present all along, mentioning Magistrate
"We in the DeHart section Tiau
time our teachers on their way to George Pifor, whom ho said he
park must sometimes cross tho had removed from ihv soliool at the beginning 100 units to be
playgrounds. There is no need, board. He also tried to have Pifor, connected into the sewer system.
During the procedure the Garden
E A LOX« STORY SHORT—Carrier Jack Long of the however, for parents simply dis- a layman, replaced as nv.ic
Apartments came into being, addpost office gets a jjrln out of delivering mail to n very charging pupils to enter upon the bv an attornev, Howell sak..
,.
,.
. Receiving the mornir.g's mail in his private office at 185 playground."
•
.,
. .', ,
. • i ,
, nig 110 units, making a grand total
of
270
units,
note> counting
Invoiuio Is John Francis Short III, with kis mother looking
saultohetak"
lms tried
get b
e>
theHowell
county
over tomore
whatever
increase
there
may have
towns'np road mileage, some of
ss strenuous mail carrying than Jack l ^ n g used to do
been in the original 160.
which
was
accomplished
this
year
19-lO's when he was worse than a bad dream to coaches
"Therefore, the fairest and most
with the tnkirg ovor of tli.- Rockat played against tho Rocktfftay Rams and Iron Dukes.
equitable method of assessing is
awny-Mt.
Hope
road
and
the
road
s called him the *'Mt. Hope Express," and with good
past the Navy reservation. In, unit basis. The true
, facts
... are that
ly enough, Jaek himself preferred baseball, where ho was
oVler. Now an ex.Marlnc, he Is married and the father
earlier venrs ho was told by the Ia 1 1 u n l t s o r s i n S l e dwellings d u .
, Pomn\ Lynn, aged 6 months. He lives at 39 Brake
Freeholders that he was the only charge about thc same amount of
kaway.
township committeman who asked sewerage. Foot frontage and empty lots do not discharge any sewbrts moved to Rockaway from West Orange about three
The need for an addition to for transfer of roads, he said.
. Mr. Short is In the advertising department of P. Ballanage, therefore should not be asMorris Hills Regional High School
Competitive bidding is another sessed.
Jte—Our thanks to Eddie Brice, tho genial mailman who will bo the subject for the eve-of his pet projects, Howell said,
Apartments Puy More
out.Seroogo Scrooge, for thВ© idea for this picture, and ning when members of the Re-accusing pnst administrations of
"From a basic figure of 270 unfa J. "Butt" Spalding for the help in arranging- it, even gional Board act as host at a "not wanting" competitive bid- its at a cost of $98,000 (the amspecial dinner Monday at 7 p.m.ding. He said competitive bids
efuswl to get in the act himself.)
ount of the final bond issue., inin the Regional cafeteria.
resulted in saving about 51,800 on eluding laterals to the curb in orGuests will be given information the price of a road machine, and der to avoid heavy expense for
on the growth of the Regional dis- that a new police car was bought continual repairing of the streets")
trict and will be asked to dis-for less than the cost of repairing brings the unit cost to $363 per
cuss possible ways of solving dis- the old one of a more expensive unit and the Garden Apartments
trict problems stemming from make.
share as S3P.930 and not $27,000
this growth—ways that will be in He would like to see the town- as the commission has figured.
t Troop 240 is planning
the best interest of students and ship
government
modernized,
"It is absolutely a must that be•Statue of Liberty, May era of the Brownies are the Mines, taxpayers alike.
Howell said.
fore
building a home in this townregular annual outing. Louis Esposito, Steven Masuryk,
Would Push Planning
Boards of education and governship
you must take out a permit.
ure now working for U. S, Berger, Alfred Scott. Wal- ing bodies from each of the four
Chris toff ersen stressed need for Therefore, that house, if in the
ter
Van
Atta
and
John
Klusick.
he of the badge netlvmunicipalities composing thc Re-anticipating future growth and itssewer district, should be assessed
lo with homemaking,
At a meeting March 31 a t St. gional District will attend, along needs through planning, and tryin t h osamo m a n n c r a s a n t h e Un.
safety, agriculture. Cecilia's Hall, Brownie Troop 97 with n committee from the lay \ing to attract industry to redue
its. Therefore this typo of assess|1U\\ arts and crafts, separated the palms that were advisory group and a committee tho tax burden on homos.
ing is without a doubt the finest
lancing. Lenders of the distributed on Palm Sunday. They from the group of parents workCiting his reeonl as traffic man- method.""
Vlrs. Annabel!В© Estell wereTvelped by Karen Utter. Shar- ing on n Regional High School ager at E. F. Drew & Co. in Boonpbert Lanterman.
on Stratford, Susan Scoftpld and P.T.A.
ton, Christoffersen said ho would
party was held Sa- Rosemarie Marino, all of Girl
apply the samo methodical reasonAlso
invited
are
superintendents
inp by CM Scout Scout Troop 97, nnd eight of St.
Thomas Bnliman of Rockaway ing ho uses thoro to the problems
I the Roekuway Alleys. Cecilia's altar boys,
Township. C. L. Curtis, Rockaway of township government.
r e Le\vetto Esposito,
Asked by W, A. Lawrence of
Mother-Daughtcr
Supper
Following the Noonday MomWilliam
Davenport,
YweВ». Jo Ann Fletcher, Girls Scout Troop 147 will hold a Borough;
Meriden Manor about how homes onts of Meditation on Good FriDenville,
and
John
J.
Mullen,
id Carol Hottinger, Mother-Daughter buffet supper,
would be safeguarded against in- day the Women's Missionary SoPeggy Berper. Alice April 19 at St. Cecilia's Church. principal of Wharton schools.
dustry, Christoffersen said he re-ciety of the First Presbyterian
Special
gusts
will
include
Wilhnla and Cathy Beg- Mrs. John Tarr is the leader and
cently
Warned that Warner Hud- Church will servo hotcross buns
the adults present her committee is composed of tho liam H. Mason, county superin- nut, parent of Chilcott Labora- and coffee. Their monthly meetingtendent,
and
William
Siedal,
' Mrs. E. J. Hottinger. Mmes. Rino RastellL Michael Estories in Morris Plains was looking will begin at 2 p.m. with devotions
B
В«g*r and Mrs. Wil-posito, A. J. Donahue and Patrick representative of Alexander Mer- for a site for a new Richard Hvulby Mrs. Josiah Spalding. The
chant Associates, architects.
nut factory. He tried to contact study of India will continue with
Langan, Tho women are helping
the township industrial develop- Miss Gretohen Hollstein reviewing
the Scouts prepare the menu and
wr Patients
ment committee through town a chapter, "Old Tajiks in a New
decorations.
Alt.
Hope
PTA
Schedules
Ion Easter favors for After the supper there will be
hall, but could not got tho infor- Setting" from "Under Three
<* St. ciarw-a Hospl- badge awards and the ne\v scouts Kitchen Benefit Dance
mation at once. By tho tune he Flags" by Stephen Ne:ll.
The
Mt.
Hope
PTA
meting
will
eout Troop j ^ , T h e
will be invested into the troop arid be held in the school, April 19. did, ho was two days too late, and Introducing thc Good Friday
g their work at St
receive their Tenderfoot rank. Mrs. when the nominating committee is the Hudnut people had leased 125 theme , Mrs. Hope Kinkade will
hope to pi a c o a l l l y
I Walked Where Jesus
Anthony Ippoltto was the consul- to present a slate for next year. acres in Litit;:, Pa., for plant to sing
cheon tray Sunday.
Walked."
employ 1.000 persons.
tant
a
t
the
troop
meeting
on
TuesJenn
Leffingwell
is
chairman
of
В«nc troop a r c t h c
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Lloyd
Spend Little, lie! Little
day evening. She demonstrated
TВ«rr. A. j . Donahue setting the hair in pin curls and the committee, with Helen James.
Van Keuren. a recent visitor to
Howoll
said
the
industrial
comRebecca Brulant), Clara Privalle.
on
other requirements for the Good Lillian Warren and Florence Web- mittee is appointed by tho Mayor. the Holy Land, giving an illustratChristoffersen asked why a $;В»t000 ed report of her VJS;:.
21 will have a Grooming Badge. The troop is er.
Hostesses for April are Mrs.
at Beaverbrook making Easter lilies a s tray favors
The PTA is sponsoring a Spring appropriation for advertising tho Stacey Moore. Miss Ethel FreeP win m c c t a l t h c for Easter Sunday a t St. Clare'."
township
to
industry
was
cut
out
Dance April 23 at the White Meaman. Mrs. Bemamin Gela and Mrs.
|ytВ«rton Church a t Hospital.
dow Clubhouse to raise funds for of the budget. Howoll said a real
e
estate man connected with Rock- Goggonbach
f to tho farm. Lead.
V O Y T A C ' S BASTEn FLOWER improving thc kitchen facilities at
(Continued on Page 12 >
rilOTO PRINT? of nonrly all plcSHOW closes Friday at 10 P.M.tho school. Mrs. 5Ia>y Derkash
tuvos appearing in tho Herald &
Your friends were here, now we are will head a committee composed
UtfOAird
can ho bought, singly or at
NS — A, F. SHIO
waiting for you. Route *«, t»«nviUe.
KO.
—Adv quantity discounts. Call RO. 9-0400.
of Mildred Nelson, Alice Bldgodd
A4
—A«lvt.
Some of the most interesting
THREE fi'S CLEANERS, dry and Myrtle Kehoe. Tickets will be
nowa In this issue ls< In
tho
Want
cletnlngt done on tho premUos. 103 sent home with the children.
I
n TREWARTHA'S Old EnRllsh Black
k It a wookly
k hhabit to
Mako
Rock candy now at Torry Druprs.
Main street (opp. Fir* lloucp), DВ«nE.
M.
road thorn.
SIA Bwny, Pcnville. RO 9-1122,-Adv
vllle. — Adv.
V
^
Urges Auto Care
For Child Safty
Will Describe
MH Needsto
Civic Leaders
*, Badge Work among
rities of Girl Scouts
Churchwomen to
Meet Tomorrow
Page 2
ROCKAWAY RECORD, Thursday, April 7, 1055
Extend Water Mains in
Lake Parsippany Area
The Par-Troy council acted favorably Tuesday on a request by
Alex Eckstein for water main extensions In Lake Parsippany. The
following extensions will be made:
635 feet on Marcella road; 750 feet
on Farmtngdale drive (from Haloey road to Allentown road) and
350 feet on Lawrence road.
In accordance with existing
procedure Eckstein will pay for
the moving of the shovel from
RANFT'S
T V & RADIO SERVICi
AUTO RADIOS
Toys. Greeting Cards. Stationery, Country Club Ice Cream
Phonograph Records
Alt Major Companies
Call RO 9-1156
35 Hlnekman Ave., BВ«nvitki
COAL and FU1L OIL
24 HOUR
OIL BURNER SERVICi
Printed Merer Ticket*
garage to location and back, and
the costs of all pipe, hydrants,
Valves and other material necessary. The township will supply
all the labor. The work will be
scheduled by the Public Works Department and probably will start
the later part of May,
TV & RADIO SERVICE
Home & Auto Repairs
We Service All Mokes TV Cr Radio
Antenna Installations
DENVILLE TV SERVICE
I I BLOOMFIELD AVE.
DENVILLE
ROCK. 9-0991
UNITED
CIGAR STORE
MAURICE GOLD. AGENT
Broadway
Rock. 9-!В».25
Old Company's Premium C««l
Insurance of all hinds
— Since 1903 —
AN1HKAM
Matthews Agency
Strait & Freeman
Coal Company
BEACH ST.
ROCKAWAY
ROCK. $-0012-0329
General Insurance
N. M. FASTIGE
Ttl. RO 9-1990-J
no.
with Every Conversion
Job we will givo you
FRED J. KRELL
100 Gal. of
Fuel Oil
Moil—RD I Costerlino Rd, Dover
Home—Union Hill, Denville
SERVICE
U Broadway
RO 9-0144
REAL ESTATE
(covering ad of Morris County)
AUTO RADIOS
5 : 0 0 - 9 Weekdays
Sot., Sun. & Holidays, all day
DENVILLE
CAMERA SHOP
ROCKAWAY
Adeline Dodd
TV
BLUEPRINTS
and docutneatii rtprodureili
copying for engineer*,
hltt
For A Limited TimВ©
Only
40 Weir Main St.
TV & RADIO REPAIRS
DOver 6-0784
Rt. 46 — Mt, Lakes
20 UppВ«r Roinbow Trail
Rainbow Lakea
DINVILLI
RO 9-1294
OZALID
PROFESSIONAL
TEACHERS
Private lessons on oil
musical Instruments
SHEET MUSIC — INSTRUMENTS
PIANOS
SHAPIRO'S
MUSIC CENTER
Paul Shopiro, director
24 E. Bloekwell St.
Dovei
DO 6-2987
FREE
CONVERSION
BURNER
275 GAL. TANK
3 G.E. CONTROLS
Oil Burner
F0R
$295-00
No Money Down
3 Years To Pay
Only $9.51 per mo.
Call
HUB HEATING CO.
Rock. 9-0012
or DEerfield 4-2034
FREE SURVEY
ANTIQUE RESTORING
FURNITURE
REFINISHED & REPAIRED
CHAIRS (SLUED
CANE AND RUSH SEATS
WATCH
REPAIRS —
Complete Overhaul
Includes cleaning, oiling, electronically
adjusted and one year guarantee.
DENVILLE JEWELERS
49 B'way
RO 9-0494
_
В§k
*»•
Donvillo
Call
E. Jorgensen
RO 9-1855
28 Sitco Road
Denvillo
TIUtEE B'S
l>ry Cleaning done on premises
102 Main St. Opp. Flro House
HO 8-1021
Dcuvllle
FUR REMODELING
TAILORING
CLEANING
FREE PICKUP AND
DELIVERY
RO 9-1613
HALLMARK CARDS EXCLUSIVELY— BUXTON WALLETS
SOCIAL, SCHOOL & COMMERCIAL STATIONERY
NEWSPAPERS—MAGAZINES
STATIONERY ft GIFT SHOPPE
9 Main St., RO 9-9418, Donvillo
Hours 6:45 A.M. — 7 P.M., Friday to 9
GIFTS PIPES. TOBACCO, ICE CREAM, FILM
TOYS GAMES, CHILDREN'S BOOKS & RECORDS, NOVELTIES
KAR'S
NICK'S
TAILOR SHOP
70 Main St.
DmwilU
They'll All S e e -
YOUR AD
HERE
Call
R0.9-0400
L. K. ALLEN
Custom Mode Slip Covers & Drapes
All seams overlapped.
Upholstering
RO. 9-1088
Denville, N. J.
72 Main St.
Complete Car Service
TUNE UP — BRAKES — INSPECTION SERVICE
WHEEL BALANCE — FRONT END SERVICE
ROAD SERVICE
OPEN 7 to 11
ATLANTIC TOTTEN & YOGEL
ATLANTIC SERVICE STATION
Route 48
RO. 9-8536
Denvllle
'. . . We almost convinced them that I got tf
:ar in the Herald - Record Want Ads—didn't we!
in
Worn* Mil
Mrs. Lois Brannin and her
French II class arc planning a
visit on April 16 to the New York
City Center to see the "Tnles of
Hoffman." Students making the
trip will be Shelly Adler, James
Brown, Raymond Freeman, Lenore Koch, John Moran, Joyce
Sanders, Linda Schroeder, Betty
Shauger and Anita Wilde.
Shorthand Speedsters
Awards were presented this
week to Shorthand II students who
have tr.ken Gregg speed testa for
February and March and trans,
crlbcd with 959J accuracy. Those
testa, with time limitations for
various speeds, show that the students arc meeting tho standards
as prescribed by experts for students at* this level of learning.
Shorthand instructor Mrs. Elleen Brown announced the following awards:
For taking 100 words n minute
for five minutes: Marilyn Couglo,
Barbara Elko, Joan Gomez and
Estello Klein.
Taking 80 words a minute for
flev minutes were: Marjorle Balr,
Carol Conahnn. Mary Ann Do.
bonoy, Virginia Durr, Barbara
Habctz, Ruth Harder, KatTSeTTTTe
Hlpwell, Marcla Johnson, Doruth
Lowerre, Margaret Ohlinger, Deloros Rcmlskevlch, Norma Rlczko,
Lorraine Sevret, Catherine Stopa,
Carol Wick and Maria Zorlas.
Barbara Novak qualified with 60
words a minute for five minutes.
Justice at Work
The Student Council met last
week to decide the fate of four
students who had received sum.
monses for rulo violations. All the
violators pleaded guilty and re.
ceived demerits In accordance with
tho severity of their offenses. Ben
Reed, president, acted as judge
and other student council members
as jurists with Mrs. Earl Moran
counselling.
Grease pits are being con.
structed In the auto shop addition
of the school. When completed
tho pits will enable the students
to maintain school buses.
Girls on both the Scarlet and
White teams have been hard at
work preparing for the forthcoming "Sporto Night." Tho progress
of the ticket sales can be determined by tho "thermometer" in
the showcase. Barbara Bragg
and Carol Hull aro ticket chairmen
for the Whites and Cathy Bcgbte
and Marcla, Lcnky for the Scorlet
team.
Librarians Celebrate
School librarian Mrs. Estello
Marks treated the library squad
to a surprise party Friday to celebrate the processing of the l.BOOth
book. Miss Charlotte SI
home economic cliissc
freahments.
Pleasant mommies
muscles aro nil that an
the senlor.sponsorod ska!
held nt the Floi-lumi P
Tucsdny night. Tho stud
exceptionally \v< 11 btk
Arthur Regalia, mamp
inontcd faculty mom
tended the party.
Industrial arts instnn
En8lee has been nppa
Morris County rep
a committee coiulik
wide survey of industrt
New Jersey schools. II
will nttompt to dctra
stntus o/ "industrial irt
cation.
Denville Roto
Nominates Sli
The Denvllle 1-Maty
for lunch Thurs<!:ty at
away River "Country Cti
inate new offk-evs MI
speech by Dr. Monroe
the medical aspects of
orgy.
The prospective r.ews
Bob Thano, presid!
Sprccher, vico presi*
Meyers, secretary;
git, treasurer; uml CВ«i
Mike Forraluolo, Charles
Dick Squires a::'. 1
members of the bo
tors.
Cards for LL
Mrs. Nellie He!lmВ»i
chairman of the Mo*
ary of the RorKuvay
gue, will spor..--''i- ;i |
May 6 at Morns W
money for Little l.<m'J
Mrs. Hellmuth ^ 1 ^ ' "
people to atteml FВ«i
mation call Ro. U:iВ«-В»y
N O T N ; K TO
Publicp notlro
onlort
p
tho slto of tho i s •
incntiiry ochool :
(ho Township •
of Morris,
N*. •'
l^y t>nN llonrrt i '
Mnln Str.-ct Pel;
at plKht (8:001
April 18, l!>r.R.
hldR wlH bo pВ»'
nulldlnRT Coinmi''
Rdurntlon nnВ«l '
. •: I'
Blda will W
I I
tost borlnns: TВ»
ly forty (<0> '•
(S) ni>proxlmnt<
deep.
The Bonrd res'
reject nny /or n •'
Specifications •'
bo procured from
T. Kftblo, R Rnot
lll
N. J.
^.
(305)
8r. Agnella to Attend
Bister M, Agnella will represent
St. CIUIVH Hospital ttt tho Blood
IJutik Refresher Course of the
Catholic Hospital Association at
Withl Heulth Center, St. Louis,
Mi)., April 25-21).
Salesman
Minn:
K m t
I l i t>В«tiilii u f 1'YniiU W i n ri'ii
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u f M m ,
J HCHWI'd,
t i l IU'1'HI'lll
IllВ»' K l l t n ! ' ,
riiliT
until
t . f uli'li - m u t loii
t o
t h e
1
mi'illici
on or lirfuru
[William
llulll
Illl'
I'li'l'll
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lii.ipi'i II o n
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AinlMiliincn
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7:iMI
I'.M. iiml
!i:(KI
P.M.
Momlny
ilc.i Kx.vulivo Clubs.
Is K, rivalry, ]>n'.Mklrnt of
I p i ' i ' i a l l.auiiilry, salil,
[ has boon "ii'1 cf tin1 top
hiv company ami luis boon
J rnnkiiin salrsiiiim in his
|fur tin' last live years. Iliroiiuli Kl'lday, AjU'll J t h t o A | i r l l
Mh. liu'lnnlvt>, lit t i n ' I W i c i n l u V\v%i
to w that ho iwelved l I l l t l H l \ l i l l ' i ' H l ' l l l l i l K o h l l , H l l l I ' V l l I l l ,
N'i'W
EASTER FINERY
from ARNOLD'S
ARNOLD'S
Atlcil'iH'Vii,
111 " \ V n n h l i m t o u
Stri'i'l,
A l n n i i . l i ' W i i , N i ' W .Ii'i';;i'y.
has o complete
selection of
Shirt s, Sport Coots,
Jackets, Sweaters,
Shoe ',,
Sport
Shirts
and Accessories for
M e n and Boys.
:В»oo>
FRANK R.
McCAULEY
MAKE YOUR CHOICE WHILE SELECTIONS ARE GOOD
c4rnold 3
Real Estate & insurance
Mortgages
Main St.
Denvitlc
23A B'way
Denville
RO 9-1624-J
.t*THvy,
Ird."
Till'. T o W N S I I i r UK IKH-KAWAY,
has boon omployod with IN T1IK I ' u i ' S T Y nl'' MUKKIS A M '
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it is almost impossible to determ- highest residential zone but will
ine where prospective employees be reaoned when the right Induswill live and just where their try comes along. This use of
children will attend school.
"fluid" zones enables the township
Morrison said the administration committee to hold desirable areas
is interested in attracting suitable open for the most attractive inIndustry and that some areas, the dustries and to exclude those
one behind Reaction Motors for which would be of doubtful beneexample, have been placed in thefit to the township.
ROCKAWAY RECORD, Thursday, April 7, 1955
Democrats Want Manager
Plan Adopted in Denville
The non-partisan League of
Women Voters listened to a very is coming to Denville. Williams
partisan aiul at times heated dis- said the Republicans are concussion Friday at the Denville structing a sewer system for the
Memorial Library, when candi- new building free of charge. Mordates for Township Committee rison pointed out that the sewer
nomination from both parties met will cost Denville about $11,000
face to face ostensibly to discuss a year for 10 years while the
their qualifications for tho com-township will collect approximately $21,000 a year in taxes from
mittee posts.
Before an audience of 15 Dem- N. J. P. & L.
ocratic candidates Maurice \V.
Drcacta School Costs
Williams and Hubert M. Palrym- Williams answered that $13,000
ple faced Republican incumbent looks like clear profit but that it
Kenneth Morrison, questioning at probably won't cover additional
every occasion the Republican ad- expenses to the school system. He
ministration's ability to govern, said that all incoming industry
and in turn showing what seems a should be carefully studied before
luck of familiarity with the prob- being allowed to build in Denville.
lems, principles and most of the Morrison pointed out that indusfacts concerning the governing of try in general has no difficulty in
Denville.
finding places to build, in fact, I
there is a wild competition forl
FВ»r City Manager
Williams and Dalrymple started industries between communities all j
off by declaring themselves for a over the nation. He also said that I
City Manager form of government,
a modernizing of the police department with, among other
things: a radio hook-up with the
Morris County police system, a
"do-something" about the teenage
problem and a change to a Democratic administration.
Morrison answered that a City
Manager system would be too expensive, and that once one was
voted into existence it would be
difficult to change should it prove
unsatisfactory. He also pointed out
that many of the townships that
have a city manager form of government are less than satisfied and
that changing the general form
of government would not by itsell
take care of any particular problems. He said there is really nc
need to join the Morris County
system as the Denville police al
ready are affiliated with the Dover system. The Morris County system is too expensive and most
calls affecting Denville come over
the Dover radio, he said.
The teenage problem is a nationwide one, Morrison said, and
the Recreation Commission is using all of its resources trying to
cope with it.
Unbossed Primaries
Williams then accused a certain
clique in the Republican party as
handpicking and backing a fewfavored ' candidates. Morrision
asked whether Williams was talk. ing about the primary or the general election, saying that anyone
can and does run in a primary
election. Mrs. C. T. Cryer, chairman, interrupted with the observation that at the last primary
seven Republicans vied for two
seats on the committee.
A question about the present
sewer system led to a discussion
concerning the proposed new N. J.
Power and Light Co. building that
The meeting ended with i
Democrats still Democrat)
Republicans atill Republican*
excellent coffee and
Nothing unworthy or
Ity should be transmitted'to i
dren.--Mary Baker Eddy
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.GREAT TV, FORP THEATRE; CHANNEL 4,9:30 THURSDAY
Denville,
Religious Play Scheduled
At 1st Methodist Church
"The Terrible Meek," a one act
play by Charles Kami Kennedy,
will be presented in the Junior
Department room of the First,
Methodist Church of Koclmwuy on
Saturday ut 8 p.m. The scene of
the play is at the foot of the
Crbas on which Jesus was crucified, and the time ia immediately
following- the Crucifixion.
There uro three characters in
the play, the Peasant Woman,
played by Leah Kemp; the Soldier,
played by Harry 090k; and the
Captain, played by Wesley Kemp
Seta were designed and built by
William Clayton, Samuel Post and
Joseph Vicuritas. Sound effects
are produced by Ivan Baker and
Horace Hiler. Lighting effects
. OH" V. Sliute
were arranged by James Kanouse.
>lin Y. Shule of 268 Helen Metz will present the ProMorristown. super- logue, and Judith Thompson will
the Western District be prompter.
•k Methodist ConfcrThere is no charge for seeing the
f two district super-,
play, although an offering will be
the United States
received to defray expense of cositablisli a Christian
tume rental, stage curtain, and
in next Summer. He
the cost of play books.
tied in a community
The public is Invited, but the
[stian work has been
play la not recommended for small
iccompnnied by Mrs. children.
11 work with women
They will be assisted
: pastor, a theologiid interpreters.
tore Started
>r 10 Christian cenAfter the regular meeting of
iblished after 88,520
Rebekah
Lodge 86 IOOF at the
the Christian gospel
140 public services. Odd Fellows Hall on Church
i centers are now street Friday night, Mrs. Marilyn
Devlin, district deputy president of
own churches,
in which Mr. and Morris 2 and her staff of officers
ill work will follow publicly installed the new memern in an effort to bers of the local lodges.
The
officers include, noble
to areas where
grand, Mrs. Shirley Peer; vice
ve never been.
rick Newell of the grand, Mrs. Ann Grace; recording
;a said today that secretary, Mrs. Helen Hannon; fi'istrict will finance nancial secretary, Mrs. Naomi
v. Wesley A. Kemp James; treasurer, Mrs. Shirley
district missionary Szymanski; warden, Miss Beth
Lloyd L. Nesbitt of Brush; conductor, Mrs. Rosemary
it lay leader, are in Safro; color bearer, Miss Betty
icial appeals to the Lou Dickerson; musician, Mrs.
Rebekah Lodge
Installs Officers
Canada
. J to New Jersey
I Newfoundland and
jof Embury MethoTaterson. He served
fclain in 1911-15 and
the Methodist
Page 5
ROCKAWAY RECORD, Thursday, April 7, 1955
Red Cross Drive
Receives $1,500
Sally Dankel; inside guardian,
Mrs. Victoria Wlttenbrcder; outside guardian, Mrs. Marge ftowe
R3NC3; Miss Lucille Dlckerwm,
LSNG; Mrs. Loul.se Beatty, HSVG;
Mrs. Evelyn Holland, LSVU; Mra.
Ethel Van Hlse, Jr., "PNG and
trustee for three years, Mra. Joyce
Schafer.
Remarka were made by Mra.
Anna Pace, past president and
secretary of Hebekuh State Assembly and fraternal mother of
the local lodge, Mrs. Ann Steihlcr
outside guardian, RSA, and Mra
Devlin.
Mrs. C. P. Jenny, chairman of
the Donvillo Kc<i Cross drive, aays
that more than $l,r><X) litm been
collected toward the J9M goal of
$2,200. The drive ha.s bВ«'cn extunded until April IfВ». Mra, Jenny
feels sure Denvilh-'H final contribution will exceed all expectations*.
Auxiliary Treats Retired
Firemen to It in go* Music
String Bund; Ed Broderick, Ed
GroBiUck, Bid Mason and Frank
Porter who В«ang as a flrehoune
quartette, and Robert Keith, who
played selections on the trombone.
Mrs. Edward Broderick was chairman of the committee that included, arnoiiK others, the Mines, Willium Conklin and Sid Mutton.
Look Out, I-IHII!
George Her/.og and Ed Lash of
Denville will go Jl.shing .Saturday
itround Htg Indian, near Phoenicia
in the Cntskllla of New York,
The Huinbow Lalten Fireinen'H
No NcluKil till 18(li
Auxiliary held an entertainment
and bingo party for retired fireEfister vacation of Rockaway
men at the Boonton Kiremi'ii'H public .schools begun today 'it 1
Home March 30. Entertainment p.m. and will continue to the.
was provided by the Denville morning of April 18.
Bock. Rotarians Hear
Story of Reaction Motors
Walter Oberti of Reaction
Motors
addressed
yesterday's
meeting of the Rockaway Rotary
Club at the White Meadow Country Club. Oberti traced the history of Reaction Motors from its
beginning at Pompton Lakes to
its present location in Denville.
The Rotariana also saw a film
by the Glenn L. Martin Co. on the
devolopment and uses of rockets.
The
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ROCKAWAY, N. J.
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DENVILLE SPORT SHOP
ROUTE 46
Denville
RO 9-2131
Open Daily till 9 p.m.
Sunday till 4:30 p.m.
ARCHERY — SPORTING GOODS — BOATS — MOTORS
Simian FLOOR COVERINGS
3 E. MAIN ST.
DENVILLE
churches in Tranquility and Somervtlle before his appointment as
district superintendent In 1950".
The Shutes will fly from Chicago June 20 and arrive in Japan
June 22 after spending 12 Hours in
Anchorage, Alaska.
ROckaway 9-1102
If It Is For Your Floor,
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We Have It
CONSULT US!
SMETIC GIFTS
We have a complete collection of Easter Cosmetic
gifts, perfumes and toiletries.
Stop in and see
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ROCK A WAY RECORD, TlHUBday, April 7, 1055
Meastyour eyes
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CHOCOLATl
Tomato Soup «"»«
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Dole's Pineapple I'zh*
Apricot Nectar B7i 2
cans
Easter Egg Cake
.olden Cake enrobed
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Decorated with Candy
Rabbits.
each
20 oz.
can
46 oz.
cans
Betty Crocker—Yellow, Devils Food, Honey Spice
Cake Mixes
Nabisco—Plain or Honey
2 , 59c Graham Crackers
All Purpose Detergent
Sunshine
Easter
Sail
Layer
More Outstanding Grocery Buys!
La Rosa Elbow Macaroni 2 ;k9В°;: 39В° Armour's Corned Beef
Brill's Spaghetti Sauce
Cudahy Roast Beef Hash
Crispo Card Party Cookies X19В° Tato Mix
Burnett's Vanilla Extract
Gravymaster F В» ' - ^ ^ - River Brand White Rice
Fresh California Dates 2 ; ,
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Imported Gruyere Cheese
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Paas Egg Dye
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Libby's Lima Beans ВЈ ! & 2
Libby's Golden Cut Corn 2
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Kippered Snacks En t;[S
Norway Sardines
Treat or Pram
Underwood's Deviled Ham
tiverwurst Spread st<hi"^
Rock Lobster
Medium Shrimp
Libby's Ripe Olives
Bread & Butter Pickles ^
Sweet Pickles
Stuffed Olives
Red Raspbe
itty's
2 ion
Ideal lor Dessert
BOONTOI
110 WASHINGTON 1
Open T h u n . & Fri. NigMВ«J
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ROCKAWAY RECORD, Thursday, April 7, 1955
like luscious eating at low cost? don't miss
\skrlh
AAP'S
features!
in A&P Easter Ham or Turkey
iday. Every tender pink slice of
famous "Super-Right" Brand
reclaims its selection from corn-fed
. . . And every young, plump, full1 A&P Turkey is specially bred to
a more eating enjoyment. Buy "SuperBrand Ham or A&P Turkey with
. and save!
T
Perfect Psrtnr for Easter Turkey!
OCEAN SPRAY
CRANBERRY SAUCE
3 LE 26-
2 'ВЈВЈ 35c
ace
EASTER WEEK!
Our Lowest Ham Prices in 8 Years
A&P Super Markets and Self-Service Stores
OKED HAMS
OPEN til 9 P. m.
Thursday & Friday
WlofoorHttor
Half Fall Cut
Ann Page Fine Foods!
eady-to-Eat Hams
dyook
*31c JSL В»43c
A M Page Sparkle
51c
TURKEYS
42
52
Sizes
4 to 16 Ibo... Ib.
(Includes Beltsville Variety)
A n n f><9
C
IVfhole Oomnstie
tanned 7 to 10 tbj.
Festive Fruits and Vegetables!
,
liflower
Farm,
* nb.
4
C
haaJ
NVILLE
Assorted Shelled Nuts
6 ox. M o
Almond Meats
eВ»Ho bag * '
Cashew Meats
В«a)lo bag
66 as.
Mixed Nuts w**^•altoT
bag39В°
jbag""
Pecaa Meats
eallo bag
Walsmt Meats
oaBВ«bag
DOVER
FIRST AVENUE
HH 9
Or Boston t r y l .
24 E. CLINTON ST.
Optn Thur. and Fri. Night* Mil 9
4 16 01.
* cant
Tomato Ketchup A
Chili Sauce A-p^
Ann
^ a 9*
Can. andMapl.
Vanilla Extract *»**•*•
Whole Cloves
3101.
can
14 01.
boHl.
l2<
12 ox.
bottlei
19C
19"
" 4Q C
2
l 2 0I
boHle
boHl.
bottle '
Ann
pig.
HIRE'S W H Y FRESH COFFEE
Freshly Ground... Freshly Made
REALLY TASTES
LIKE COFFEE!
В»27<
Florida Oranges vj.ncu,_MwcroP 5 ^ 3 5 В°
В° * Egg!
N Rabbits в„ўв„ў$
N Mix
[Cream Eggs
* 9 u l В« r В°r SВ«Ud style
Custom Ground A&P Coffee is
Fresh Tomatoes «•* *>• «•••>«« 28
lb
Fresh Mushrooms
*"»*"*•
49 c
Grapefruit s^—.*nM»«****•* 5b'J;S5c
,
e.Uob.91
Worthmor*
6ot.4f0
R
premium-quality coffee . . . always. It's roasted to perfection...
kept in the nature-sealed bean
until you buy . . . then Custom
Ground for your coffeemaker.
And it's guaranteed to please
you, or you get your money back!
*• catto bags
Wastern farm*
haad
mВ»d.
rt.ll
stalk
'ster Candies
* ~
Pork in tomato tauca
More Meat Department Money-Savers!
c
Beef
::>w
::
Legs of Lamb S S S b 59c *• 5 3 C |
::
cut
lb
89C |
Smoked Ham Slices
Sirloin ">• 8 3
Boneless Veal Roast
В»> 55 e |
Mind Roast or Steak
Sliced Bacon »»-w*i ^ b 3 0 c
M.*««.II.
lc I
Fancy Shrimp
rloin Roast or Steak D ,r
Fried Smelts
Chuck Pot Roast .
Imported
Fried Scallops Jurt heat В«nd tervВ«
7 to 10 lbs.
Fresh Asparagus
Fresh Broccoli
pks
В°" 5 *- 2 7 c
C
120^950
Strawberry Preserves ;j*35 0 "."
65
glau " " "
I6oz. O*ie
Currant Jelly
glav
pint^
quar
Orange Marmalade
jar В«
jar
pint
Mayonnaise
jar
I"
9
8
Salad
Dressing
French Dressing R . gu ,* o ;? n ;, ty ,. b OHu178
Top-Grade
Young
Sizes
8 to 22 lbs. I D -
sFruit FUV
Gcldtin
Mild В« M.f/ow
EIGHT O'CLOCK .o 7 9
Rich < Full-Bodied
ullBodied
Vigoroul I Winty
RED CIRCLE
*-Lb. Bog-
BOKAR
$2.43
3
fl
$2.49
Far Those Who Prefer Vacuum Packed Coffee
AMftlCA'S FODEMOSt FOOD klTAUER . . SINCE 1159
THE C M M fctlANTIC I PACIFIC ISA
Price* eHective thru Saturday, April 9th, ia)
i M*rkВ«tt Mid SВ«lf-SВ«ffvica В»torei only.
BOONTON
110 WASHINGTON ST.
Open Thurs. & Fri. Nights Till 9
ROCKAWAY RECORD, Thursday, April 7, 1055
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Cub* Studying Forestry
The next mooting ot the Mt.
Tabor Cub Pack will tuko place
April 15 In the MethodUt Church.
As Mayor of the Township of The dwn" theme this month la
Denvillu, 1 John V. -Hogan, hereby "Koreatry."
Proclamation
BILL'S
STOREBOARD
proclaim the week of April 18th,
Ponville Uttlo League Week,
What the best und wisest purThe IVnville Kittle Keague in uit wants fur hlB own child that
providing ii very line and construe must thВ« community want for all
tive activity for the l)oys of tlii.s itu children. John I>ewt>y
By Hill t'tv/l<В», Atlv.-rlli.lnj; Mgr. town. This your it will provide
В» well organUi'il and well maimed
PROMOTIONS CALENDAR
KU't'UHl
baseball program for about 200 N u t k i t
April 7-H
h e r e b y iflvoii thut Uio l>iaV
l i l t i Kuiii'tla
l i>ff i uKt r y
tuul l<!luaNational Modol Building Wool: boy.s between the HJ;< K of 8 ami tlnii
w i l l Hit In II ml fur t h o T u w n \2 years, -lnolu.stvo, Every boy "hl|В» of l t o c k a w f t } ' in Urn i>iiu.<В«#
to April If*.
t ^
^ n l
bВ«t\vt>uil t h e
ClnssilW Hnuul N;n\>os Wook. who applies, for admission to the l l f t f mvi>n
A.M. u m l u l u h t I'.M.
Uij; Loa^uo B:isob;iH Season League will bo accepted. No boy on Titetiriiiy, A|>rll U
66 f o r t h v
iriWHn of ooiitiuotliiK a
will be excluded. The boys who
Opons April 11.
It'i'tlon for tlm iiomtiiuUoet of can
Nntionrtl Suiul:\y School Week do not make t.ie first teams will
iliuim for:
piny on organized farm tennni
Two Mi'inLioi'M of Out (lenernl Aeto April 14.
mbly (for Two Yvuru)
Brand Numos Pay April 13.
Thia will require, in lt>.pi!>, the
Two Moiubcra of the Hoard of
I'loohuldors
(for
Tlireo
HISTORY—PAST m»d l'KKSk'.N I coordinated efforts of about >>!>
Franklin L>. Koosovolt died Aprl adults who will act as league of. oronvr (for Three Yonrv)
wtiil Olio 1'Vmttlo Mem12, ip-tr>.
lloials, I'Oiiehes, munagerti, um- ber of Mule
the Hepublli-iiu County ComHarry S. Truman boeame o-tul pires, fund misers, etc. and n sub- •nllteo1 for each Kieotlon Plstrlet.
Mule uiul One Keiualo Mtinbov
President of I', S.
stantial fund to purchase equip- >fCni
the nomoi'iiitlo County CommitWinston ChutvhiU rosi^us us ment, uniforms, Little League too
for OHI'II lolflt'tloii District.
Ou« Mainbur of tho To\v»»U\n
Prime Minister April t>, itВ»55.
.lues, IUUI for other operating \?Kiniiitlttoo (for Three Years)
penses.
rorwons may reKlBtor with tho
BEN SAID IT
(<|В«<rka oxeopt
In tlu>
lMiring Little League Week 1 Munliljml
Town of MorrUtown ut any tltnc
"Little strokes toll jjreat Oa':s,"
lifter
0n>
l'llinur.v,
mill
forty
urge
everyone
to
give
his
moral
according to IVnjanun Franklin.
IIH.VM
before
tho lienerttl 101oc>
Even n small ;ul consistently, poi- and tlnancial support to the Den- lion iSeittembor SlUh) to bo hold
<n November
8th, VMi(t, In Out
sistently repeated, can brmj, in ville Little League. Contributions -..'ounty
8ont (Tuwn of Morrlatown),
can be mailed to the Denville Lit- votorn In MorrlMtown or from any
some big orders.
Mirt of tho County nuiy reKiater at
tle League, Denville.
It pays to advertise.
the Hull of itecordH, Morrlatown.
JOHN P, HOGAN, Mayor
Have you seen the beautiful,
IVI'HUIIH who ilnslro to itiglator
or
Illo notlott of
eye-catching EASTEU Mower disTownsh'n of Denville. IM'invaimntly
•hiiiiKo of roHldotioo may <lo so at
play In TINY TOWNE'S window:
my ottloA ut tho muiiU'lpul bulldliiK
Gorgeous hyacinths in their re- MARKET, Main Street, Denville, >n any duy butwoen tho hours of
A.M. nml C:00 l'.M. (!>:0O A.M.
splendent coats of color. A breathe is sponsoring t\ teenage boys' base- it:00
to U;i)o noon on HaturduyH). Afof spring In technicolor. They are ball team, THE DENVILLE COU- ter the Primary Kleetlon when 1
UKdlu Hx tl>o houra for IOKIUMr. Woodruff's pride and joy. \ GARS. Only one thing is missing will
rutlon nnd vhnnifo of rcmldeneo noNext time in town be sure to take '. . . They don't have a set place too from April 19th to
a look at TINY TOWNE'S win- • to play. Won't someone come to
Uiulor tint law votora onunot roKdow. They are at 20 Broadway, 'their aid? See Fred or call me В»ter
with tho local Hoards of
KoKlatiy
and Uloetlun cither on
across from the Denvllle Theatre. | at RO. 0-0100 and I'll follow
PrJmnry
of Uonoral Kloctlon day
Fred, the proprietor of FRED'S through.
or ut imy other time, mid there la
VENISON DINNER
Sponsored by
THE FRIENDSHIP CLUB OF ROCKAWAY TOWNSHIP
Kossurh Hall
Kossuth Avenue, Whorton, N. J.
I , (: I j h I I I I
III
Slip Cover & Upholstery
Oevar'i
BUlil
tnio Coroner (for Thrcy
Olio Mointutr of tlui
l
Committee (for ThrВ«a Yoni'i)
1'OUIIIK l'liui-ii of tho lOluutton
li|HtrlctВ» aro aВ» follow*:
Western
lMatrlct - Municipal
HulUiliiKi baHeniont lloor, Mt, Hope
Hoiul. Horkaway To\viiВ«hlii,
Southern lMnti'lit • Kaeo Truiii
Office, Itoilto <6, ltuclcaWAy TowilВ«hl|>.
Northern n t s t r t e t - H l h e r n l a
Fire
lloviHo, (irven I'ond ltoad, Ilookuw ny Townnhlp.
MA1K1.MIKT UOKl.KHAN,
Clerk of Township of HookВ«wsy.
(878)
absolutely no way for thoeo not
l>ormnnВ«>ntly roulatorcd to voto at
tho 1'rlimiry unloas thoy are rofilsterod on or boforo March 10. 18S6.
and persons who tiro not permanently roKlatcrod by Soptomber 89
nnnot vote at tho Ooncral Election.
\ otors who aro pormanontly roeistored but havo moved to another
election district alnco tho last General Kloctlon or fllnoo tho Jnst
oloctlon at which th«y voted m\»»t
mo a. notice of elmiiKO. of roefdonoo
olthor with tho County Board of
blectlona. Hall of Records. Morrlatown, N. J., or with tholr municipal
clerk at ic»»t forty days boforo the
Primary Eloction In order to vote
•l«tkw(«lt,
Do vВ», (
DOVER
STORES
OPEN
DO YOUHAVM!
more money \
or ALL of THiSEl
To BUY
for tn# hems, form В«
(a molt* living rnoti
vtnlcnl, (Mtetant, <
er la rneli* your w t
To
PAY tax., !„!„,
IntuTOrtt*. tulllon, doctor. 4
lilt, hoipllal, lunarul aidik
lur ii|В»ni<i
,,,,
To CONSOl.in.m,
din bllli and tlm> p0) g |
until. W* pay limit (DIM
CONSOLIDATE thВ»n.|><iВ«iC
W * and QIV* you ONt it
paymanlt InilnuJ ol
thai you <
To kEPINASauii
•nc* <lu» on your car, IV ^
nouxhold applluncn, U
lurВ«, fur coot or othir i
purthout. V/В» pny tl,В« b
dua and olvt ytm <
much imaltor niontMy ^
Add up th* amount ygn
PhontВ«<
Olv* requlrtd credit
In by cppolnlmnnt
PHONE
• WRITll
EQUITABLEI
THURS. and FRI.
APRIL 7-8
CORPORA'10
9 MAIN ST. • MK<\
UNTIL 9 P.M.
TEUPHONt ROtk,
Ofr*lcВ» Mourn Alon. I
Dover I hamber of Commerce
Dover, N. J.
LOANS MADE IN AllN
Friday (a 8
Frm Delivery OK
-Tuesday, Thursdoy or Sohi
POWELL'S MARKEI
Diamond Spring ltoad, Dcnvlllo
Open 8-1 end 2-6 dolly
OPIN FRIDAY EVENING TILL 9
$2.50
Quality Repairs
Saves Dollars!
Let our expert craftsmen keep your shoes
in shape.
HATS BLOCKED
DENVILLE SHOE REPAIR
Main St., at Traffic Light
APRIL PIANO SALEl
Every Spring all pianos taken in trodo and oil those which
have come back to us from rental, as well as all floor
samples are reduced in price to afford
Substantial Savings
Denvilfe
PETITE SPINET
WURLITZER SPINET, Ebony, 73-Note
WURLITZ>:n. SPINET, Mahogany, 88-Note ....
WURLITZift SPINET, Blonde Maple, 88-Noto
WURLITZER SPINET, French Provincial .......
A Merry Easter
KIRBY SPINET,
AND A
LEO HOCKSTEIN
Prop.
ANCHOR SUPPLY CO.
Homt of more than 2C.000 hardware Ittnu
Rock. 9-2370
Dcnvills
WAS
$445
$464
$607
$674
$795
NOW
$289
$296
$545
$574
$725
Mahogany
88-Note An outstanding buy for only
Wurlitzer Butterfly Grand,
A Happy Passover
Route 46
|>1-1 M i l l t l l ' l l t l y
OUH'IIOII dlHli'ii't f r o m В« hlolt t l w y
inovvd.
i t o f o i o VOIIIIK, thtВ«y mtiKl
nlf',11 tin nlt'lditvlt i>r vutvr for (iulii-i'ul mid I ' l i i m u y lOlorttoti.
Thu»«
MlTlltllVitH Will |H> oil lllO With Ull
Uw vlwi'tum lioHVdk »f UH» C«tt«»ty.
After KIHUIHK t h e alTUIuvtt (Hid v o t liu;, tlio DtridHVItH w i l l lie Illod by
thti vli'i-tloii IВ».В»II(IB w i t h t h o C o u n t y
linnt'tl of lOliHtloiiB В«u<l naId jiorHOIIH w i l l bo uutoiiiHtUiiUy
roi'iytorotl hy t h u C o u n t y l l o u i d In t h e
illuti Irt tu w h i c h thoy lusvi. uuivod.
.Snlil MonlilM \\M11 UIHO tilt o n T u i В« itay, N o v t u i b o r K, C.ifiU l i o t w o o n t h p
IHHIIH of Mi'Vi'ii A.M. unit oUiht l'.M,
for t h e i>urpВ«Hi> of i-onductlnK w
(ii'imial l J l i ' i t l u n f o r :
T w o Moinliera of thu ( l o n o l a l A В» minbly (for T w o Yoara)
T w o Momboi'M of t h v H o a r d of
Choaou
KiooJiolilore
(for
Tlirav
v DO 6-2745
90 N. Sussex St. Dover
Served from 7:00 to 9:00 P. M.
FRANCINE:
oaii bВ«< d o n * by tiny w r i t t e n n o t l c В«
to Itui niuiiU'liiul cltM'U o r t h e C o u n ty lioiint of EltH'Uoim, l ' e r a o n a w h o
iimvo f r o m onВ«t 1'Un'tUin (ttRtrtct t o
nnutlivr uftt'i' f o i l y iluyn licfuiti t l m
P r i m a r y or U o i i r t n l lUUutlon htivn
tlio l l n h t iinilov t h В» l В« w tu vottj lr>
iho olrot Inn tllnUU-t
fmin
which
tho>' UIOVIM! jHttvltitius tlu^y
wor*'
Michael Simeth
SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 16, 1955
DONATION
at tho r'rlmnry, or l\>r<y dayt b*forВ«
thВ« Uoiieiul Ulltfutlon In order to
voln at the tli'iioriil lCliu-tlon, unlflaa
thВ«y IJUVU Hlruudy done ao. T h l i
Antique Reed Organ,
Ebony, 73-Note
Priced for April Hale
Only
Solid Walnut Caao
NO MONEY DOWN
THREE YEARS TO PAY!
Bach piano h u bВ«en
pert piano technicians awl I'"
performance la uncondlti<В»<nlly
teed.
Craftsman Piano Shop at The
ROUTE 10, MORRIS PLAINS, NEW JERSEY
TELEPHONE M0
ROCKAWAY RECORD, Thursday," April 7, 1055
\tudent
Sketched
page 9
Reddy Kilowatt
Reports on 1954
,,i .iiviul June," В»ald
„ i;;iyiiiniKl, "because
L Ai ,, in .him' utnl that
i that i n |,ilVl> to loiwv MorC,,,1,1.' N"t un ordlnhlllH I" 1
|. ;i ,:|II.II'II1 t o w i y , b u t
fliliu: <"
lhВ« I'll" ,,. ii;,nit, A n i t a 1H n o t
rillniny
1,1,1 !>r M r . H I K \ M r s .
111 V . Ki.ynuiml <>f WllltO MoilA,,,I,I MI'I'IIIM t o h a v e
t
Biuiy '
n honor Ntullont,
I he ;<tutl(<nt ooun,n of Hllltonpar,
i lu> yВ«arbiВ»ok an
l,o uliiif
i In1 ohorus (oho
,n,l,lM.
iu>uc,h tlmo for
)n'l HiВ»
likes ilunolng and
,i Al
,i to road pootry
oh,.
novels, В«lu> ill"'" to write und
jiron ,1.1
Eii"
MI'
nil iiiii.'iii';
lilllbilly, t l i a t
nil
uiimto
ox-
Is.
September Anita will-enroll
lew Jcriu-.v I'nlU'KO for Womft'lu'rc M1U> IIOJ>OH to major In
uiujWi In1'1 I11'1 ••"'bjocts. Spanimi Kreiuii arc her favor|tos,
j loiiven lier i'olil.
Is Htlll tun ojirly for her to
|o any ili'ilnlto plans rogardi curocr, tiho suy.s, but Bug
tlmt siu> mlВ«ht Jlko to travel.
oven HIHM u thrill from a trip
!o\v Vmiv,
lilta woi'Ka wookonds a t tho
T IUHI i.s wiving hor money
[college tuition, She modestly
I t s to beiuu popular and has
otible flmllnj,' ilutcs. Occasion.
I she K"''."* to I ho movies but
|cid t<neiulliiK her lol.suro time
or .skating.
, homo Anltu likes to BOW or
1
tl „> plHiio, She has t\vo brok ono slater, und a dog named
Iky;"
to la reluctant In giving advice
•i but says that sho usually
UK-thing well only after
nlng to like wliul sho'a doing
iurch to Raise
55,000 Plus"
\'M por.sons attondod e
or last week at tho RockHiver roimtry Club to hear
ft tho plans for tho now "The
of KHIK'N" huthoran Church
built in rorsippiiny.
(ie now elnii'ch will houso the
of tho present St. Paul's
Jeran ciuireh of Boonton and
llty I.utherun Church of Lako
pippiuiy.
iii; ftnul chairman
jeof Moimtiiin Lakes, the Rev
Menlinyun und others
)A В«iitwi\ssi>rs to w o r k ^ a r d totho Kn.ii ,,f "$35,000 plus.'
(1 on Kouio -lo in Paratppany
|mlor optimi,
inance Forum"
kC'lubwomen
В»'В«' forum Hnonaorod Jointtho Now jВ«raoy Stato FodJ (В» Wonmn's Clubs and tho
•wjioy Hankors AasocluHon
* li'-ltl April >M at tho Moun.
krtli'l|mti,,K- In the forum aro
[\\onm,,'., cuibs of Denvillo,
T>tВ»n, Towtu'u, Viwslppnny and
WВ«ln Union, Talks will cover
'
*a l " ninn.cy mnnagoment
and n>.
ui
В» who В«ro mtorostod
'Wolcomc Wagon
wd in Accident
> WttRon" nerving
H t o M
Saturm.,mWhen It woa
o hit by
L'.."' Ull> '"'no'1 of RoynoMs
l
|8n\l\h lmul.M,
l i Kuntao of R5
Mountain Lakes, had
1W Htatton wagon on
tho road wh"n the
i,,to it. v lett ftont
to avoid a third car,
ELECTRIC SALES AT ALL-TIME HIGH
The letei of electricity In 1954 were at an all-time high, amounting to 586,000,000 kilowatt hours, a gain of four
per cent over fte preceding year. Operating revenues were $13,500,000, also the highest In the Company's history,
and were nine per cent above last year. The higher revenues reflected the first full calendar yeer of i h ; rMe in:rcto
which became effective on June I, 1953.
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PAYROLL COSTS REACH NEW HIGH MARK
Payroll costs, Including employes benefits, were the highest in Company history. Higher woge rates and added
personnel required to take care of continued business growth accounted for the increased costs. LIfo insurance coverage for employees amounted to $6,000,000 and trusteed funds of $2,100,000 had been accumulated for employeo
pensions.
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TAXES CONTINUE TO MOUNT
Federal Income and other taxes amounted to $2,500,000, an increase of 34 per cent over 1953 В«-J w:'o equivalent to nearly 19 cents of each dollar of total operating revenues.
INCREASED ELECTRIC USAGE NECESSITATES NEW FACILITIES
The addition of 3,346 new customers during 1954 and the continued increased usage of electricity by existing
Customer* mad* necessary Company expenditures of $3,900,000 for additions to and improvements In ifs plant facili*
ties. Customer demand rose to 146,100 kilowatts, 16 per cent higher than in 1953.
HURRICANE HAZEL CAUSED HAVOC
On October 15, I9S4 Hurricane Hatel caused widespread disruption of electric service leaving 70,000 of our
Customers without power. The cost to tho Company was approximately $200,000. Prompt repair of damage and
restoration of service was carried out under the Company's Emergency Procedure by our employees and additional
line and tree trimming crews from other sections of New Jersey as well as from Connecticut, Massachusetts, Ohio
•nd Pennsylvania.
EMPLOYEES WORK SAFELY
The enthusiastic cooperation of our employees In strictly adhering to Company safety rules mado It possible to
win several awards during the past year. For the seventh H me In the past ten years tho Company had the best accident
prevention record among affiliated companies and also won second place among utilities of its own sixe in the annual
contest of the National Safety Council.
LOOKING AHEAD IN 1955
With full confidence that our customers will continue t o accept new applications of electricity in industry, the
home, and on the farm, the Company plans to continue Its expansion of facilities in 1955. A total of $4,400,000 has
been allotted for new construction Including new substations and lines and onlarging and modernizing existing substations and lines. To accommodate our growing family of employees and facilitate giving even boftcr service to cust e m m a new office and service building will be erected In Denvillo with occupancy expected in tho Spring of 1956.
Owr annual report to tro<khoMert for 1954 includes derailed financial stare.
nttitis and etlitr pertinent data. Copies may be obtained at any Company offico.
NEW JERSEY POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
Pace 10
KOi'KAWAV RECOUP, Thursday, April 7,
By Arthur kuplan
lWinn' a Now Yorker, tho livst
things to attract my :ittotilion on
arriving; m Morris County wore
the pre\ aler.ee of mountains ami
lakes in a State whoso frontiers,
1 had bee-i led to believe, om
braced only r.ch, tortile, mosquito
bearing swamp, and such names
as rarsippav.y, Wh'.pp.vny. Stiocasuna and Totawa, obviously lvini-.ats of a past Indian occupation.
The surrounding
topography
speaks for itself: the area aKnmd.in mountains and lulls whose
boauty car,n,>: easily bo surpassed
ami contains numerous sticams.
laKes and rivulets whoso waters
are too cole, and fast t'oi- tlio breed
ing of any -r.ioso,u.to larvae.
Nanio* Are llimler
Tho above mentioned names presented quite another problem. At
tor quesV.or.i'.-.s; long t.mo res.dev.ts
of tho aroa tsomo of whom I'm
sure remembered tho last Indian^
1 was unable to find anyone who
really could translate or jj-ivo tho
moaning of Parsippany, Whippany. Stiooasuna and Totawa, and
I decided to do my own research.
Mav.y of tho books dealinp with
Indians do not give translations
and most libraries do not have
bo-oks which translate. It was a
difficult task and after many calls
to Rutgers and New Jersey Collep? lor Women I camo up with
the following ir.forma'.ion.
Tho Indians who inhabited this
aroa before tho colonists called
themselves I.er.ni Lenape. Tho
Lonni Ler.apo wore b.ngo playing
India:.s who miizratod from Canada alvut ir>00 A.D.. when strict
ar.ti-b.rco log'.slaiion was passed.
Before choof.r.g a permanent
hotv.esito they surveyed ir.osT of
the non'-.o.isu:''. part of what is
now the United States before deciding that Xew .Tersey was the
perfect spot for their bingo
games.
Individual and (iroup
Frizes \\ on at Regional
Tc;> aw.iid.s m i , ' ^ivon four
Morns H:lls mechanical drawing
pupils iiml four industrial arts
pupils at tho State Industrial Arts
and Vocational Convention last
month m Ashury Talk.
1'our second place awards were
also gi\or, to IUo industrial avts
department and the total d .-play
won a certificate of merit for Unties! educational exhibit, represent ira; a high dogreo of originality, attractiveness and oraftsman-
1'o'owa on Thursday. It was quite
.in ingenious system. One could toll
r.ist when a game was being held
without having to send smoke signals.
Tho I.enapo declined rapidly after tho arrival of the colonists.
Some say it was duo to new diseases and liquor but there is a
strong suspicion among those who
know that the Indians got wind of
an anti-bingo faction being formei*
in the legislature and they point
out that the Lenape would rather
die than miss a bingo game.
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Applications will be received until April lfi by the director of ad
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Rutgers
University,
from candidates for the William
t \ W'ollhofer Memorial scholarship
iworth JI.SOO to the winter).
which is sponsored by the Unit
Licensed liowvago Association
Xew Jersey. Applicants will
considered on die basis of llnaiu
lal need, indication of aculeiw
promise and oYuienco of ohm act c
and citi/enslnp in high scho.d
comniunitv.
you can find someone '
to fix anything
As sure as God is pood, so
j surely there is no such thing as
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Complete and official figures show
that again In 1954 -for the 19™straight year—
Split hv TVJH>S
MORE PEOPLE BOUGHT CH EVROLETS
THAN ANY OTHER CAR
The tribe split up according to
the type o: bingo played. A group
who playt\3 diagonally moved to
Asbiiry Park, perpendiculars went
to the Jersey C:ty area and the
across players stayed in Morris
County. Every year, around harv.
cst time, they ::.et and had a
vhing-ding. piayi.-.g diagonally,
perpendicularly a.-.d across, all at
the same tune. On such occasions
clay pots were given aВ».\y.
Now about the nair.es. It seems
there was a further break up of
the Ler.ni Lanape into smaller
groups, this being according to
the days 6r. which gair.es wer<
held. Thus we get the name Par.
sippany, ir.ear.ing bingo every
Monday: \Vh:ppany. tir.go orTuesday: the Suecasunr.a hc-lo
theirs on Wednesdavs at:d tho
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The Denville Woman's Club will
DenvlUe Community Church
hold a dance for the benefit of 1U<
Methodlat
Easter worship services at 8, 0 Scholarship Fund, April 15, at the
Kockawity Itlver Country Club.
at and 11 a.m. The- sermon will be
This ycur the women iВ»ro offerDaybreak All Over tho World."
ing
a $250 repayable Ht'Iiolarship
Church school at 0:30 and 11 a.m.
^•vuv
:md
Sunday
to ft Denville student. Those InThe
Denville
Community
Youth
.,
„ „,, S . T I I I I I I I b y t h e
and tho Mt. Tabor Youth will hold terested should contact MIH. HenMotin.
un EaBter I'uwa (service ut r>:30 Jusnin Hnivcly, 18 Myern avenue,
a.m. at the Mt. Tabor Country Denville, before April 22.
The lnHt winner of the scholarClub. l>iu*io Vk'illng, Nancy
!0untalii l.В«KfH
ship wits Connie L-lndenmayer of
1111 H
Uom
joxild
and
Huth
Ann
Hums
will
Idnv nt - I
• "
"
Union Hill, who will graduate
,m •Thv S e v e n Lust. tmd tho aervlce, whose theme will
1
Itunv В»" ' liii'ilitatlon u t l>В« "The Living Christ." The Mt. from tho Newark College of PharTabor group will furniuh tho macy thin year.
luiul'iv I'hoi'.-il K u c l m r i s t ushers and the Intermediates of
' t . h oi,. b i r a k f a s t a t t); tho Dcnville Church Youth Group
To S n ' Hh<*-|i
will lead the Hinging. The gueat
This MOITIH County 4-H Sheep
,ull<y Srlin.il at I p.m. speaker will be Dr. Lawrence Club will rnoet April 16 at 10:30
,,, (I,,, story of Ka.stor Toombs of Drew Unlveraity. Af- a.m. at the home of Merton Sirns
ter the sorvlco both youth groups on Hill road, Union Hill. The club
lahlfniix,
will have Easter breakfast at the will hear a lecture and IIIHCUHS the
of Christ,
Donvillo Community Church.
Hheep on the Sims farm.
nlon JIH' В«"
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i0
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! nt i' :;o, worship
,mony meeting VVodnesuiul riHlcmptivo
i^iiiphii.sizoii i n t h o
entitlcil " A r e S i n ,
nd Deatli Heal?" at
Science services this
>minatUВ»iuil ( luir<l\
Di>nvlUo
ichool convenes at 0:30
hip nt 7:ir> p.m. Tho
t WiUlmaii will preach.
etiny of Ladies'
vill be held Monday at
ladies will have a three
go sale beginning April
rmon for the sale are
Stephen R. Scoflold
1 W. Mooney.
n'shyterlan Church
Rockavvay
it 7:15 the Union Serv
held nt the Methodist
r, MeElwee will preach
the Loving Disciple-,'
:rament of Holy Com
be observed.
Good Friday, the
noonday moments ol
will be held in thi
Jwith scripture, praye'
•meditation in prepare
ister Sumliiy. The Un
will be held at thi
I Mr. Kemp will preach
the Betraying Dis
urch School including
McEluiy's Women's
I Mr Mi'Elwee's Men's
5 a.m. Worship serv
er. McElwoe will preach
i*n Christ." Assisting
!
ting- the congregation
nice will be Sterling
Rudolph May, David
rs. Alfred Johnson
CLIENTS W A I T I N G ;
ANYWHERE IN MORRIS COUNTY
FRANK R McGAULEY
1 M A I N ST.
Easter Dawn Service at 7. Guest
pastor Lawrence Kichards of fno
First Methodist Church of Dover
will apeak on "Destination Please.'1
Eaater Service at 11. Junior and
Senior Choirs will wing. Pastor's
meditation will be on "Eternal Redemption." Nursery classes will
bo in session during services.
Tho annual Easter program of
the WSCS will be held Tuesday
at 7:45 p.m. Mrs. William Beckerleg will bo chairman and Mrs. Edward Menig will direct the program, whoso theme Is "Young
People on the Move." A film from
the American Biblo Society will
bo shown. The Prayer Group meets
at 7:30 immediately preceding tho
meeting.
Tho Commission on Education
will meet Wednesday at 7 p.m. and
tho Official Board at 8.
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ROCKAWAY RECORD, Thursday, April 7, 1&.V5
> Editor's Notebook
White Meadow
Briefs
liink iu>t as highly of t h e local Leagues of Women
when writing a recent editorial, and for
It V Mildred KIOI/IM rg
I'.ul we can't say the same about the LWV
One of the lovlii'.it affairs it haji
•uc level. l'l> there in t h e h i g h e r echelons the ladies been my good fortune to attend
i ,Vc UVM infiltraled by t h e professional sujjfur-coated was the Bennett Silver.shein-Mariadvanced t h i n k e r s " who have managed to lyn WolfMon wedding at the Hotel
typi1 0]
KooHeveR in New York on Sun'„, .,,;.. •-,'. i l l . > ' A l l l g V i i r ilay night. What made the Kpint
,,, ,. p m e f . i m s a n d
Drinjj federal funds for housing MO uniiMially gay wu.s the tact
o ','. ;>•,,'-, '•,'..'uliln't h a w (more socialism and penalizing of that
not only was rveryllnng
'H-III a '•!;••>• w e r e p r e - thi'
many for the benefit of. the planned right down to the laHt
F o r i В» - fl'W.l
l h ( ,... (,,,,. i , . m i .
detail, bill also .so many of the
,|., .,• i l.e.is:ii«' m e m b e r
guests Were friends ol both the
We
see
by
the
papers
(this
one,
<" to ... •• tiie >'>Kht l o com** to think of it) that a would- bride's ami groom's .-"inly. On
,'u-'-er.-!'.a' •''' property be township committeeman seems Monday the young r*^...,- n-ft foj
lv not, but the to question the wisdom of putting plane for a lioneyiuoon m Mexico.
V, reports that in a sewer for NJP&L office The Irving Wolfsons, pit rents of
.,,•1,1 k i M \ l t a x off i n - building.
And then that General the bride, are off for a trip to
< ;\w i;KAI>l'ATED Baking Co., leaving Dover, will Florida and the Hill Silvershein.s
',.,,,,.,, •is." (Capitals build in Penville, but wouldn't if will return to their home at the
Hew iv.iny League it weren't for availability of sewer. Lake.
...:eВ« t!-.:it the graduated Why should Denvillc taxpayers
Lillian Ueley has been named
tr.iv:v.e tax is one of the spend $11 to recover $2-1? All it campaign chairman of the Cancer
of Karl M.iix' program does is br'ng in still more ratables! Drive at the Lake this year. Her
i pnv.ite property? Then That man Hogan, he's exasperat- assistant^ are Sylvia Hubman,
•t:vi:y f.ivoring ""a State iiig. Always wanting to spend on Ruth Mor.se, Florence Kueklcy,
of iiernuinent low-rent improvements—and some of 'em Pepie Scialese, Clara Privalle,
ithat is. socialized hous- pay off big.
Mary Spameni, Gloria Kruchter
and Nathalie Tannen.
:oh the incompetent and
A. F. Slro's for Prescriptions
Carole Amster ceVbrated her
avorites live at the ex44 W. Main St., Rockaway
ninth birthday wltn a party for
the rest of us) and fav!'!•>
t
her Brownie friendM, Roberta 1'rivalle, Diane Dvorln, Jill Traei-y,
JoВ»ephliВ»: Kparncni, SuHiin <J*>В«>j>В«:r,
Suaan Welt, Meredith Nickle.M, Ari.
itu fJoldHtein, Stifiron Luthi r u/i'l
Leslie Ktaloff. Hrnthi-r Itobi-it V,-,IK
grauiouKly p e r m i t t e d to inviii.- his
little frieml, lcobin .SaiidH.
13
(Hib'-rnia »• d :i {• t V-i.ii<:'i a t n
I d i n n e r p u n y .Saturday ij-gh'. 'h's
|L>JU llohei.Kti;',i.В», Marry i i ' l t a gi.ru,
I^iU Dohri.'i, Jy<u M<-y< rВ». lie/i D.r.k.
man*, I r v i n g Kifk.;..s, K 'Jr'-en.
•A'ljJidh, A. L a s h e r s sir.d Uy Kr. g a s e s . Jiei, wi»:> in . ' a r e forii, t h a t
evej,.rig pUiy;r.g til] tur.В«-В», iood'-rn,
j a z z ari'J cla.ssif.Ml on tnH t r u s t y old
liddle a t ur.yoM-'K rВ«-'^'i* .st
C o n g r a t u l a t i o n s and hВ«-M wi.-hes
to the A] i'!В«-.s.stniui.s who ti-ii'Imitei] Uieir 2H'Ji iinii.vr.'-aiy.
I'rojut I'ndiT May
'1'raveltTs I t - l u r n
Monday В«;vi-ri;t:g t h e dir<-'.torВ»
Welcijine home to
Die
Ir'.jj.|,' J of t h e Lion.s riijrj, В«-ori.s!.stirig of
FeldmatiK, Moe IscribcrgH ai.d Ir;i Hill i T i V i i l l e , A l l'T<hHi:.ht:.
lyi'l
lihuiK-nthal.s
ujion
their
r e t u r n | D o l . n . lihtt HeJ'.zer, I5.I) S . l v - r s h ' r i r i ,
from a .%'a.ssau cruise, and to ' hi- j L e o r . a r d ' i r e В« - r , e . A ' J ' l l i e r r ^ i n ' j e z ,
Joseph
Storehe.M
from
*.h -.i
Norman Kra.sr.y ar.'i Si'l Arn.ster.
S o u t h e r n ( rui;.<-,
met at Hob Sl<-lzer's home with
Shirley Sann is inuking e>:r.-l- .Joe Stonh a;,'] Al *>ar'ia to di.s.
h-iit p r o g r e s s ;i\ St. f."lure's H o s . ciInH Ul<: buildll.g of Die JjJIVllliOn
jiital, w h e r e .she underwent s u r g - a I the Miiri'-lla Camp for Klin'l
ery last F r i d a y . At this r a t e sh • Children. Mr. .S!or< h ha.s gener•should be a t h m n e with George in ously offered to ob'.a:n a!! \Y, •
time to c e l e b r a t e their wi-d'l.r.y steel at cost, and Nan:.a ;.s doa n n i v e r s a r y on Die 11'.h.
nating his s<-rvir-(..В« as a builder
Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs:. at a r:on,ir.al cost. Based on the
Kosenstein of West Lake Shore j success of the recer.t fu:.d raising
drive on the birth of tlio;r soil. efforts, thi.s project '• wejl or. its
A warm welcome to two new way to becoming a reality.
The Young People's League will
families, the Strausberg.s of Jackson avenue and the Heppenheimers hold its dance at the Clubhouse
next Wednesday. Ticket* rr.ay be
of Kaw avenue.
iContinued on Page JSi
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!!iVKA\V.\Y RECORD, Thursday, April 7, 1W5
u
Former Editor Wins Top
Cash Award at Picatinny
stration day, and supporting the
International Farm Youth ExCounty t-HVrs change.
Morris County i-H Council
Hold Sale for is The
made up of two representatives John J. Hadder of 3* Weat
from many of the 4-H Clubs in Shore road, lndlnn Lake, n Public for
Morns County. The officers of tlie Information Upeeiuhxt at lMcaCamp Benefit county
organization are: Presi- tinny Arsenal, yesterday received
The Morris County -l-H Council dent, Koger Omr*, Lake TelehoUl a tvuofU sate last week in mark; vice president, Howard
Morr.stowri. Proceeds will b<? do-Squire, Union Hill; secretary,
nated to the New Jersey State Karen Roggenkamp, Union Hill;
treasurer, Kobert Nutarelli, Luke
4-H Camp Fund.
The Council has finished a Telemark; Advisor, Miss Matty
county.wide. J-H cookie sale, with Schroeder, County 4-H Agent.
tho proceed* no ing to the State 4H Camp Fund to help erase the
IVIe Kennedy l'leВ«l|j;o<4
ikvrvasHijr deficit.
Peter J. Kennedy of Hi Cedar
AiM^r-j: projects "of thv County Lake West, Penvtlle, has been
t-H Cou-v;! are supporting and pledged to Kappa Sigma, national
workir.g it State ) H Camp at social fraternity at Lohigh UmStake's State Forest, planning for versity.
and runm.vg County Awards night,
sponsoring the county window disHe who is afraid of being too
play contort. pLummg for andpenerous has lost the power of
work'.ng u t!ie Morns County being magnanimous, Mary Baker
Fa •' n.-is *'.::•; a*. *.ountv demon- Kldv
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Closed Monday & Tuesday
W A R N E R
LAST 2 DAYS — THURS., FRI.
a $300 cash award
ado un outstanding contribution
utl iiiltl l i i ' l u m i i l jmuiiu!.-.
to the government in the Held of
Miuie the l'oot
public relation!*. It wits the tlrnt
He wan puitu'uliu'ly iiti-il fur
ch award made .Nitu't> govern- having pt'otiu^ti-il tht> publu'atinn
ment regulations were revised !o if two feature arUclo.-i ili'itliiif;
rmit vip to $;UH> cash uwuiiU to with I'icntinny Arst'iiul In The
be- made fur uim.stml lieueilcial lutui'ility KviMiinc l'oВ»t. The limt,
ntnbuUoiiH or .suggestion.1*.
How We Uot the A-Shell," \VВ»M
Hudder was commended for hav.writti-n by ICtlwiu IHi-lil of TiВ»wueo,
g developed an Iinproveil Ar- The other, "Life in u WmUien
senal public relation** program and l'eath Factciry," was liuthnred liy
Stunloy KrtuiU of New York,
l'rior to joining the Ariiouul's
P-T Council Asked for
Utilii' Int'onimtion utalt in Sep
Constable Appointment tenibtT 1050, lltidder WUH aMsucl
Jerry KoHiMibUnnn of Lake Hta ate eilltor t>f the l'envillo Herultl
wivtha petttioixed the I'lU'-Ti'oy ;iiul the Hockaway Hccniil for MevCouncil Tuosvliiy for an appoint eral yearn, Jlt- previously hut)
tiu.*ut as a Tovvuslup C'ou.stuble. worked on tiovoral New York and
the AMERICANO
Klwanls S*H> Film on Europe
The Denville Ktwani.s Club mot
Tuesilay night at Klinpor'a He.s
taurant and saw motion picture.takon by school euHto<lli\n Henr>
Peth on his recent visit to Europe
The films were mostly of school
near Frankfort, Germany,
The New
PLAYHOUSE
THEATRE
Dover
DO 6-0564
Two Shows Nightly
7 . 0 P.M. (appro*.)
Continuous Sat. ВЈ Sun.
From 3 P.M.
•
Doors Open 1 ;30 P. M-
ThurВ«>, Fri., Sot., Sun.
April 7, 8. 9, 10
U M 5 MOOKHUO .
ion IIKKSN
ami in ii',.
Ryan Photo, Box|
CHATHAM, N.|
Thurs.. Fri.. Sat.. April 7, 8, 9
TECHNICOLOR
CINEMASCOPE
The Grandest Family Pun Hineo
"7 Rrides For 7 Brothers"
" M A N Y RIVERS
TO CROSS"
Robert Taylor - Eleanor Parker
(Excellent Outdoor Adventure) '
Now Showing (hit!
YEAR'S BlOCfMUSICAL. ROMA
Slippt
COLOR
SUN., MON,, TV
"CATTLE QUEEN"
Barbara Stanwyck
Ronald Reagan
Sun., Mon, Tue., Apr. 10. 11, 12
TECHNICOLOR
CINEMASCOPE
"SIGN OF THE PAGAN"
Jeff Chandler • Jack Palanco
(Plus Max Brand's Immortal
Rlanchtm)
"BATTLE CRY"
•NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
CARTON AUTO'TWiiiMi
CAR
OKVEHB THEftTflE
UDCEWOOD CIRCLE
MONDAY APRIL 11
through
FRIDAY, APRIL 15th
ITllNiWlTHEmiSI
PUUHEASVEtmiRE
STOW EVER
FUMED I N
CINIMASCO?!!
k
Kvery KvВ« n nВ« From 7 p.m.
In
COLOR •ROBERT
HIT TA11OI • COXHII
AJOIIWM
WED., THUR , F
April 13, 14,
PtCTURr
Fri., Sal., Apr. 7,ft,9
Technicolor - Cinemasonpu
"WHITE FEATHER"
Robert WaRner - Ifehni Pa^et
and JetT Hunter
(plus thrillinp treasure hunt
in the Caribbean^
"THE GOLDEN MISTRESS"
%
V:
John Apar • Jan Stirling
Sun.. MВ«n.. Tue.. Apr. 10-H.12
11w FinВ«-.-it Family Ranter
Holiday Show In
Morrifi County!
In Oloriou.t Technicolor
"YOUNG AT HEART"
Doria I>«y • Frank S nntra
(plus Elroy Hirsch In A
Wonderful St^ry)
"UNCHAINED"
I In thВ« wwtlli ot
I В« V W W В« W В« SWHO
STARTING WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13th
TYRONCPOWER
MAUREEN O'HARA
KVKRY WKONBSUAV IS
HAВ«(;V1N NITE!
IIRINCi A OARFirt. , . . AND
AT SUCH A SMALL TOST!
IN JOHN rOMD'S
THE
Every Evening From 7 p.m.
\si'IX'lAL MATINKK
E\'ERVl>AY DURING
KASTEU VACATION
Al'KIL U to 15—2 p.m.
Audie Murphy-Mnri
COMING
TYRONE POWER
SUSAN HAYWARD
RICHARD EGAN
Wrlto for
Wrd. В«o Sue. April 13.14-1S-16
Showing At: 2 - 7 and 9:30
;0tti CENtURY-FOX prtsants
Color by OE LUXE sUrrlng
MUe
"DESTRY"
i',CAD
tAMMtRSUIS
C|NEMASCOPВЈ
UNTAMED
sif KВ»t>ii Ux
STA
4 Days - Saturday - Sun., Mon., Tues.
AFRICOLOSSAL!
fibs Devi
H I'ApttiM'd KtilN
out' В«iltiВ«'.\
It was stated that the towiwhlp New Jersey paper* and with n
h:is tuithonty to appoint four con- New York public relations firm.
atablc.t, but there was uncertainty
Haildfr and hln wife, (Jrace,
us to the duties and tenure of that have two .sons, Jackie, 12, ami
particular office. The council put Klchanl, 8, both of whom attend
off action on Rose-nbloom's peti- IVnvillo public
tion until more information is aBoВ«nton, N . J,, BO
viulable.
Continuous I Vrki
SPACIOUS FRKK PARKING
Itiilnlxnv OlrLs to Sell l'osicВ«
Sat., Sun, uivi H
The Boonton Rainbow Girls will
2:30 to 1! P\\
t 1 ^Ly.
hi>KI their annual flower sale to.
Weekdoy
l-Acni
morrow and Saturday in Denville
D E N VI L L E
Boonton ami Lake Hiawatha,
at
7:00
and
9
«OCKAWAY •* l i . N l
GLENN FORD/'n
TECHNICOLOR
on i
Troy 1'lunnlu)'.
night liy the '! .'s\!ls||V
havingj ;
f
ti l'tcutlnny
y to
Mol'I'lH i!i Uljin n n
greater public uttentUm t)u'oii);li f.В»uВ»ity 1-liMiiiui,-. n,,,m:
the publU'ttliiisi of fi'dture utot'U-M
' the plticr Ii U Vitl
for having In popular iiiaca/iueH ami in pin
"1 • i Ifh.
T H E A T R t -
i DOVER
6-1200
Morris Apj
To Planning,
Morn.-, ,,|
I.ONC GRAY LINE
i
lUrilm
COLOR •lOilHTMIWTOM
I I I 1MkO« • COMMn OltQtltSI
A NXWM ItMIDUH f W H
"BEND OF THE RIVER"
nnd
"BEDTIME FOR BONZQ"
C!J
New Home Agent
Income,
uics Itise
,li:il
,III;,'III
• ' ' I
pir
i,,m
M I T I I I ;
On IВ»HII<-<' ('oiiiniltt<it
MIMH JOIIIIIIO M. HcrfiiH, d u u g h t e r
of Mr. mul Mr*, l'inil H. HOII'UH nf
'•I'l'll'll'
. i m l \\В«'l't
lil.-l ,1
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Page 15
Bt. Mary'a C.Y.O. will uponaor
w i l l nffpr fur mii*> nt nuhll>: В» u c *
n Purentu' Night Monday ut 8, tho committee of the Berkeley Itlon
a n d t e l l t o Ih.. hin--.it Mdd'tr
MIMH Mury Mnhttu will j)icHldo over Hchool of Secretarial Training rtin- tor r u t h In h a m l Ih<: ( . • I I U V . I I . K ( l r « i
rllii->l
p r o t n T t y , tn W i t :
tho actlvittPH, whk:h will feature ni>r tlnnre net for April 30 ut the
Oim I960 Kuril V a n , KSOO, S tvat
HIXM'CIIOS, K'tninH, В«!itiu:lng und Wonmn'H t.'lub of
w l d . . . L'H lt>t
l o i n . ' , l В» ' i n x l i - n , H>-rla.l
•VJJ.
iiTHT.iL'L'ili,
In Hiitlefy
n
liftn
plcnly of food, All nrВ«* wi'lc:В«)int>.
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ROCKAWAY RECORD, Thursday, April 7, 1056
Plan Parents' Night
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t i : H H i , i :
I llfif^r 'I'lir tlt^iiiiirni^ti'n !>l**ti Ai't
N u l l ' , ' In I n n h y
nlvi'ti Unit o n
L' I wt Mn> nf A |il i
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1111
liullli'll
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v l u l i n f u r ri'iinlrliivr find R t n r i n i f t h o
H i n i i ' ' , | > i i i ' H U n i i i \<i A i t l i - l f 3 . C h a p t e r
M
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(if I I I " S t U . t . U t В« B O f
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MOTOH8 INC.,
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100
o f 11,-
ANNIVIKSAKV
V""1 "'',1'
i:ll/ulMtli
M\HH lOllKitlictli WlllliiinMon Curton of l'hilmli'lplilu ta t)u> now
C o u n t y Imnio ii|;ont,
|l!t;lliT tllMll I l l l l l
|,\ l i n l U ' l l l l i ' l M U l l l l l l f
,v i . v i ' i tU<- [ c n y o u r
He! I M V r M l W ' I l t III
I'ltV ll.ii'il t o H l l p j l l y
C u n l r u IIIIM lici'ii IIPIIII IIU
of
Ktilt'iiiounV
KIVMU in
!Millii(li<l|i)ilti
HIJH-O
Aummt t t ' M .
CHECKING ACCOUNTS
1 ' i w l m i n l y HIIO VVUH itxHlHltint ttU'tl-
lidtrt i l l l i l l i l N i ' S ( ' O i l HUH tuul lutor thortipoutlv vliotltlun
tlu' luUi-v, in jini".
In .IclTor.Mnn Honpltul, IMilliulolphlu.
|(J nil HH'IVilNO Of
MIHH Dai'ilon IUIN III.HO boon illotlyear, S u i h tuxon
tlnn ut CroKor Hospltnl, t'hontor,
t to i\i'iuly Hi ooutM
I'ti.,
itlotitltin
anil
Hlio rooolvoil lior U.S. tlogrw
from Mury Waaliln^'ton
Vii., in lt>!U>.
11'.
of
the Iron Bonk opened in 1855. But, along with the
then, today there is o type of checking account available
at the Iron Bank to suit everyone's needs. Doing without
a checking account nowodoys is no more necessary than
lltuiv.s v( JII.IHIO,.
tl It IS !IHtH'l|ifltВ«'(l
$l,KKi,ooo w i l l b\<
R. Liikes Legion
Planning Dance
fill',
lo lU'lil nl iU'i'UU'Ut
,i-mi>ii.'.lMt<-i| Uy
m i l whlrll w o n
n,'i,'il,itunt
development of every other modern convenience since
,1 , inmv H u m t h e
; 1 i'i|nurim'iit.-i
unit
Few people in Morris County mointoined occounts when
A Hlmwlntj of ltitowt В«prlii(( timl
tmnuuor fnnhlonH for wonion will
bo a ft'Hturo of tho. nprlnK1 Uanro
to
bo glvon
by Itulnbow
getting along with candle light. Stop in and ask about
a checking account at any one of the Iron Bank's three
offices.
IM\WВ»
APRIL 2.
1'ii.st 451, Amoiinui ho^lun, ut tho
l.iiltoH ChibhoUMv on
April Ifl from U to 1,
John Orcto IN ohnlriuan, usnlfitoil
i-d hy thv by Harry Muohw, MlUard Dwuon,
I'lUllll-ll,
Robert WtuUUm mul William Con"iniiii'iui t h n n n o t kiln.
-'iiiii|i|;,ihnii<nt, b u t
Johnny Boeout mul MK
•<• t'i>i>|>,-iiitiuii U t t r - tru will play.
P'litHllr lo|' Illl- bt'.St
ui'hi- I ' t i ) .
jil.uo fur
i/'' Ill I |U<
i'i'>(i'r.itioii o f
i i i . t a i u - HiiJseJ,
J. liosenkrans writes from Fish
Kill that ho bought a lottery ticket
here some time last May from a man
he doesnt know, but who entered
the name and number of his ticket.
Mr. Kosonknuis since has lost the
ticket in tho siejw of Fort Montgomery and urges that no one be
paid but himself, if his ticket should
be so fortunate as to draw a purse,
he fearing that someone else already
may have drawn on his lost ticket.
Manager to Address CCM
At Lake Fiarsippany Club
Kt^В«n I n a l l
for
Oll
lM
will meet В«t tho Luko l'nrttlpimny
Club on April '21 В»t S p.m. Kolluw.
lnВ»r u ro.sunio of CCM by O, Frwl
BВ«nnВ«T, tlw miitn tiilli will bo ВЈ\\n by tovviiHhlp mitniiKor Jobn l\
i),U'liel(lor, Tlu> townahlp ooiuioilnon will bo introvluvoa. ThlВ» will
bo un opportunity to obtain n II ruthniul nocount of tho niunlol|ial tiff«lr»< from tlio n\«n ol«s»«st to
IViivillo
(,,wn.shln them. In kocpliw with i V M ulm
J
th,. !,,,,,,. h l of oniinВ»raf;<niijj citlson lutrtlolpnlion in jjovornmont ouoh mouibor
IH urgoit to bring H nolKhbor.
Tho Hp<"itl<or.H will bo followoil by
1
"" 'M'l'i 1, ii>.v\
ontortalnniont fouturliyj Arthur
KofretthmontN
will ho
1778
ike Board
r
1
MAIN OFTICi, 3 2 South St., M o - r t ' t c w n
N. J
fUNJ IN SII.JIU 1WI'В» iMofiom " V i v f Aw IV>.|>tr ' TIUIM ^ -1^ AM
N'rwvtM ,\ton , VVd , I'll ' 00 AM WMIR
I .'Ml on vout Jul
South*
v'C.iВ«JV.
N
В»'> Us- ,-h.iir-
You can Save up to
on vacation or business trips with your choice *•->
[_
1-1
'
">-В»t l r o В» В« . i
7 ; " -N В»...! ro.
<1{
ot these 3 LACKAWANNA Bargain Fare Plans I
"\-iii> H e r .
В» ' " Mill Town.
Your choice off
ВЈJ
1OW PAR! Mld-WeeV Coach: Plan nml-wtvk
round trips. Monday through Thursday U's<vpt
Holldayi) for tavinge up to 40%. Tickets ВЈin>d
for SO days.
IOW PAU Family Round Trip: Husband and wifo
c u t buy round trip railroad tickets- in conohos
or Pullman—for trip* over 120 miles nt u naving
of approximately S6%. rullmnn accon\in<\lations wttriv. Even greater reduction* for children agoa 5 to 21, when traveling with om> or
both parents. No charge for children under f>.
IOW FARI Oroup Travel: Three or more mhiits
traveling together in coaches can raeJi savr L';> •';•
of regular round trip farol <Trip lon^th over
ISO mile*.)
В»-l..o r i b .
G*t ecmpltt* ii\fortnation /> >>ni you r
-.! by t h l ,
... |p| r l u b
in \ V M t .
/.aeJUiwonna 7VcA<f
UckawannsRailroad
'
ROCKAWAY RECORD, Thursday, April 7,
County Art Ass*n. to Hear
Lecture on Mexican Art
The Morris County Art Association will hear a talk by Dr. Guillermo Ponce of the Mexican Consulate Tuesday at 8:30 p.m., at the
Woman's Club in Morristown.
Dr. Ponce will speak on "The
Romance and History of Mexican
Art," describing how superstition,
religion, turmoil and revolution resulted in fhe exciting works of
Rivera, Orozco and Tamayo and
why this art is unique.
Colored slides of the work of
the above artists and of the new
university will be shown.
A. P . 8iro'В»
44 W
Florence M
REAL E STATE,
"Spttii
Select^ |
Indlulj
DKXVB
DENVILLB
For Yo
Everyday Enjoj
I F THESE GIRL SCOUTS seem to be beaming
with unusual pride, they have a right to, because
they're wearing skirts they made themselves In
earning their seamstress badges. In the front row
are Maryanne DiGiacomo. Kathryn LaMont, Joanne
Whitehead, Joy Spieker and Janice Hoover. Second
row, Martha Burns, Monene Price, Sharon Keyes,
Virginia Vrana and Mrs. William Burns, leader.
Top TOW, Mrs. Norman Feller, co-leader, Linda
Smith, Carol Davenport, Roberta Getch and Rosemary Feller. (It would suit us fine if more Girl,
Brownie, Boy and Cub Scouts would take pictures
of their'activities and bring- us a print and negative
of those they think might be usable—those which
are in sharp focus and show most everyone's face
clearly. This one was taken by Ruth Ann Burns.
—Ed.)
Girl Scouts Occupied with
Easter and Camping Plans
meeting of the Pequannock Council. Mrs". Leon Rose Is leader of
the Mariner troop.
On Tuesday the Brownies of
Troop 357 entertained their mothers at a tea. Songs and recitations
were given by troop members.
Cookies baked by Mrs. Leonard
Wunderly and Mrs. Raymond Mitchell were enjoyed by all.
A meeting of all the mothers
of the troop will be held at the
home of Mrs. Anthony Montecuollo
on'April 18 at 8 p.m.
Mrs. John Wrigh presided a t the
tea in the absence of Mr. Thomas
Wilson.
by Helen Hlggins
The Executive Board of the unable to go.
Wish I Could Go
Denville Girl Scout Town Associa- !
tion will meet on Wednesday at i The dates for the Mariner canoe
9:30 a.m. a f the Community trip have been set for May 28
' and 29. The girls require several
Church.
Troop 90 will not meet this eve- j adults with the Senior Life Savning because of the Communion : ing badge to accompany them.
service at the Community Church. I On April 19 four Seniors, CaroMrs. J. H. Aldridge, leader, re- | lyn Daly, Marilyn Kelly, P a t Gee
ports the girls are progressing i and Anita Howell, will attend a
with their plans for an overnight
and a cook-out. A troop committee meeting will be called next
BE A GOOD
week to expedite camping pTans.
Troop 90 have completed the
EASTER BUNNY
Dancer badge. One patrol knВ»wn
as the DoDadas are now working
on My Community madge. With
AND
the permission of the principal,
the girls have placed signs in the
Have Easter Dinner
Main Street school enlisting the
cooperation of the students in
AT THE
keeping the building and property
neat and in grxxl ordfrr.
I h e Happy Wanderers patrol of
the same troop have chosen May
13 and 14 for their overnight
Reserve St.
Boonfon
camping to complete the Back
Yard Camper badge. Mrs. Nicholas
Santora is their leader.
Make Your Reservations Early
Plants for Mothers
Call DEerfield 4-0391
Troop 302 used their troop funds
DINNER
SERVED 12 to 8
to purchase begonia plants which
they will give to their mothers
Complete Dinner Only
for Easter. Mrs. Betty Kerr and
Mrs. Herbert Hull will accompany
the troop to Alderney Farms
within the next two weeks.
ALAN E. HENN, PROP.
Troop 228 have made an Easter
egg tree which ia on display in
Use This" Easy Woy to the Padding Stone Inn
the library. Mrs. Joseph Reed Is
leader.
Troop 121, led by Mrs. Jean
Hulme, are still knitting and have
added two squares to their afghan.
The girls have also planted gladiolus bulbs for Eaater.
At thft Mother and Daughter
meeting, which the Mariners held
on March 30, reports on various
Senior activities were given by the
following' troop members: Ruth
Gizowa, planning board; Marilyn
Kelly, camp; Susan Miller, canoe
trip; Anita HoMrell, fly-up plans;
Carolyn Daly, service. Patricia
Gee, Bu.tan Miller, Anita Howell
and Ruth and Dorothy Glzows are
planning to attend the Senior
Weekend a t Mogtaca on April 18
and 17. Two of the Senior*, previously reported as going will be
We Suggest:
• COOKING WITH WINE
• DINING AND ENTERTAININ
WITH A SUPERB LIQUOR
OR CHAMPAGNE
Denville's Most Convenient Liquor!
Parking on Premises
Use Our Side DootJ
43 BROADWAY
RO 9-1976
A PICTURE OF A NEW LOOK ...
Pudding Stone Inn
3.00
Inventory Slipcover
SAVE
8 pieces. Sofa, 2 chain*, S cushion*. Prices Include labor and
fabric complete with best sip.
porn. All raw •earns overlooked
at NO EXTRA charge. Also—
No Extra charge for outaldo
city limit*.
^
NOW
All the extras that have matK HAR
DECORATORS so popular aro yours 1
value packed sale. Exacting WO
exquisite details, original stylim: •
divine collection of luxury fabrics
with HARMONY DECORATORS.
BUDGET PAYMENTS
ARRANGED
PAT AS LITTLE AS 1.25
PER WEEK
••si i or <
Open dally 0 to 0 pjnv—Friday* * ° "
DECORATOR
27 IROADWAY
DINVILLI
l|.'\(il'IO tryouts brought t h e group shown above to
l'l.K
1 Saturday morning. (Make your own estimate
Firemen'-*
in the picture.) About 40 positions are to be
iiiinv Hi''''
i i i tlu'si' are the'boyn for the new Lions team. Positions
are to bo filled after this Sututtlny'.s tryout, to be held ut Kircrniii'H
Field again. The other boys will be aHHignod to farm tennis. Fred
Krell asks everyone to remember to eome to the Little League benefit
show ut the Denvillft Theatre on April 20.
li'l
LL Mothers
Jfzzu A K^orner
Plan Benefit
by Jerry Izenberg
n the late (Jus Dorais and Knute Jtockne "passed"
Movie on 20th
)amo into the public eye one wintry Saturday on the
Hockey Tomorrow
Varsity Squad
Almost Heady
For Big Season
A hockey team composed <>|
players from the Lake Tclcniurlt
Varsity baseball iiuiiih Gone
Comets and the Indian Lake
Itamblers will go to the Bmoldyi, Kelly nan unnounciMl that i!0 boys
Palladium tomorrow night to play have been chosen fur R^gional'ii
a Metropolitan League team. Tho first tt.-ani.
Mrs. Edward Schullc, president game is expected to start around
Kelly Haiti the boys ure working
at West Point, they created an interesting problem of the Mother^ Auxiliary of the! 1 * P-m.
hard and looking forward to their
omo in South Bend, Indiana. The Irish campus just Dcnvillo Little League, appointed
first game ngninst Dover on April
ready i"or big" time football. Their modem 56,000 ticket chairmen for the April 20
15.
Definite positions have not yet
v stadium was a thing of the distant future and the movie at Saturday's meeting.
Those chosen wero" the Mmes.
been assigned. The contestants
ridders wore forced to travel all over the country to Russell Lash, for adults; Lewis
and tho positions are: first base,
Bataille, for school No. 1; Eskil
oth ends moot financially.
Due to unfavorable trnck fuell- Sam Hon and Chris IVdersen;
y covered so many miles for so many years that some Danielson Jr., for school No. 2 ties all 15 of Morris Hills' truck second base, Fritz Hnla.s and Andy
and Harold Qulnn, for school No. meets will be held away from tin- Krall; Shortstop, Kay Sullivan,
editors dropped the Irish handle and dubbed them 3.
school, couch Prank Fox an. Bob Ho-ssborger and Bill Tyne;
mblers. No one in his wildest moment would infer The benefit movie win be shown nounced as he released the .spring third ba.se, Jim Horn ami Jim
spectators are beating down the turnstiles to watch through the courtesy of William schedule. Tho squad now holds it* Sammon; catcher, Joe Kehoo and
of the Dcnvillc Theatre. A practice sessions at the Mountain Bob Zleger; OutiMdors, Frank
gional Hitfh track squad perform but a paradoxical Smith
matinee for children will begin at Lakes High School track.
Talmadgo, Hurry Talnnulgo, Roger
|ty exists in the traveling department with the Notre 4 and will bo followed by a session Assisting Fox this year nr< Omre, Bill Uronnan, 1 '.ive llolstory. The Knights' nomadic thinclads will run on at 7 and again at 9:15. "Angela Patrick Caruso and John Kwlat- tackers and Ronald HotTman; Pitin the Outfield" and "Tho Little kosti, with the latter in chargi chers, John Habuda, Alan Kiely,
|in all parts of the state—except Rockaway.
Leaguers" will be shown,
KonaM Powell, Pave Holtnckers
of field events.
Jcli Frank Fox' club has seven dual meets, the county Mrs. Harold Reeves, vice presi- The spring schedule follows:
and Darrel Fleming.
I county championships," Newark Board of Education dent of the Mothers' Auxiliary and
At an inter-squad game Friday
April
chairman of ways and means, Is
team "A" defeated team "B" 2-0.
State Title meets—and nary a one at home.
20—Dover,
Away
also general chairman for the cake
Alan Kiely went three innings for
speaking of home, Fox' determined youngsters will sale which will be held in the 23—Bridgeton Relays, Away
the win and Ronnie Powell was
26—Morristown,
Away
; there are homes and then there are homes. The run- lobby of the theatre on tho same
credited
with the loss, Joe Kohoe,
29—Penn Relays
Harry Talmadge nnd Fritz Halas
example will practice every afternoon at the Moun- day.
May
kes IIioli,School track. But the boys in the field events All subsequent meetings of the 4—Morris County Relays, Dover all connected for extra ba.'e hits.
Auxiliary will be held at the
rk out at Regional. So where do they get together bleachers of the athletic field fol- 7—Newark Invitiation
le day of the meet? Why, Dover or Bridgeton, of lowing games, beginning May 26, 0—MHR-Boonton-Mt. Lakes, at
Mt. Lakes
11—Long Brancn
16—Morris County Novices, at
ifficulty seems to be t h e
by Jim Hyun
Morristown
a track that was promCohn Baw freWhat is tho story about Sam
ark-Rutgers
17-Caldwel!
this season will be lucky quent duty with Coach Steve SenProvost going fishing and coming
10- Thomas Edison Vocational
it for next year—at the ko's Bombers before hts service
homo with a duck? Move details
by
Al
Corklll
21—County
Championships
at
ate work is progressing. and returns to action with some.
next week after I talk with Sam's
Morristown
Well, Vanderhoof'H team had Its
i down at Mountain Lakes
wife,
good service ball experience be chance to upset the league lenders, 24—Seton Hall Prep
nerons enough to offer
George Yrecsko was in Newj hind him . . . Mountain Lakes' but couldn't do it. CorklU'a team 27--Butler
ager•practice facilities t o R o n Y
W M s c h e d u l c d t o team
York
State on his Bowling night
Juno
took 2 out of 3. They are now r>'
,»«. /-.„>..
.ni.s
, but you don't
„ produce
P r ° d u ? e „__.,„
Monday with
Gary »».„„„„
Mlppes „#
of »»„Mor- games out in front and only threea 1 -State Championships at Rut- duo to the death of his wife's
mother.
loams ,.n an "off" track. r i s t o w n P a t o c n t e r the doubles
gers
more nights in the season. Looks
Pete Knothe's WHO presented
the k.n.l of nightmare flnajg o f t h e u n d e r 1 5 d l v , s l o n ot
like a comfortable margin, but
him with A daughter. VThere aro
rum everything n r u n - l t h e N a t l o n a , J u n l o r Badminton
arjuMi about pace. The C n a m p l o n 8 h i p S i n n d t o team with time will tell.
we going to got bowlers from if
|track
Cliff Knapp got a new high ser•Hit IS 1 ,> of a mile tr«»^«
In
all our bowlers' wives have daughKaren mlAllnn
Gilfillan r>t
of \*l»i««i>nr>Un
Minneapolis in
I opposed to the standard the mixed doubles-finals, but meas- ies fpr himself with 513 ami Ted
ters?
les interfered. (Another argument Welch knocked over 172 for his
Wo aro gel ting nice weather
ox •- a « ronB nucleus f o r toU, k u j 8 c a t c h « c W W r e n 8 . beat game so far.
Three trophies wore pvesented now. I'll hot some of the teams
uld in
Tho Blue Caps entered two flve- to Miss Ouylo Scouold of lVnyillo wish thoy had bowled according
"«»<- his all-losing, d l s o a a e s b e f o r e their teens and get
mnn teams in the county tourna- at the Lakeland Women's Basket to schedule. Thoy have unite a tow
over wlth.-Ed.)
First ment at O'Dowd's Alloys Sunday
I of whom ,,, n ..!r Iв„ў m f t ijВ° r gKВ°lf tournament at a local afternoon and will have five two- ball League's animal Ivuuiuot matches to make up.
Tuestlny evening at Dover Farms.
never course takes placo May 20, N. J.
.loo iirow, a substitute on Rockth.fi state's top
man teams rolling in the tournaIn addition to being honored at away Liquor team, has almost
pro-amateur
at
Rockaway
River
! lias
ВЈ o u n t r y CC ll uu bb . . . TTho
ho Newark
Newark ment on April 17th at 1:30 p.m a member of the championship completed his now shop and beaurued
'IV n in
K
Good Hoinokeepmg team, Miss ty parlor, .loo invites all bowlers
AC
will
hold
the
first
big
tourney Team Cni'tuln
Won l.o.it
UVi'llli p i ' .
Soofleld rocelvod trophies for bo to come down and see his now sot
It
Pork 111
hard ("iicrvenelk and tti
C
Viimlerluxif
41
411
Ing the "most valuable forward" up. Everything completely new,
.
.
.
Can
someone
tel
us
why
:t!>>.j
<:It
Wlittv
PHttfi- in J ' m ( M O 0 8 0 )
and for "high scorer." Miss Sco- Including a television.
:ir.
if,
l.Mimnt
semi-pro baseball, onco a flourish- A
Hoi
sonic no can. ing pastime no longer holda such
III.IT. 4'Al'S
lleld won the Individual point
With a little help from a motorTrnm II
in itself IH e n c o u r a g ist. Low Spagnolo hud :i drive in
magnetic appeal in this area . . ?
N l t r r n * 1 3 1 . 1 3 1 . 13-I; l . i i f T V r t y 1.14 scoring title for the second eon
Wonder if Regional will have B I K , 1 7 0 : 1.. S j i l . L . r 17:1, U . I , 1:1 li secutive year by accumulating a'Liquor store tor a lev, hours last
*r'v<1"r'l SKutka had a dln- football Held by September?
total of 170 points ii\ 1\ games, wook. Maybe tho car wanted some
Trnm C
|g Indoor HDuson. Ho failed
)• f.K, !>.r>, !i">: l l i ' l n r . o 1 7 1 . 1 7 0 an average of ir> t per gamo. She alcohol in tho radiator
1
11 : i . K i
~
"
l.uoo yiirder ho w a s
," ' also U'tl the loaguo in total Hold, I hoar Lew, armed to the tooth,
I n . o f IK
"""1 -V"M one of tho t w o '
' I goals w:th IUВ» and in foul shot con- kept viRil all night over his store.
10.
1'i'tu.veii tho J l n c a n
versions with :>!!.
I
U'ontinued on 1'ar.e L'l! i
Team A
1)0
tlu- turning point
OlllllllH- l l l l . H i , i;i!l; W S p l i ' k r r
O
\'.,'i,
,108,
''N;
ItiHK*
120,
Uil,
l;Ml
bmm, y.niiKstPr'a career. J The majority of the 50 boys who
l.i-lllellt 121, H ' l . 1<!3.
'In- national title'| tried out for the Rockaway Uttlo В«
Trnm II
1
10H: l i r e o n
14H.
'"it won tho atato L o f t g u o Saturday wero under 12 1 7 0W, i >1l3e1l 1i ; l llrr- ll il .i - r 171V
I IrВ». I N , U ' t f ;
Wliu,.
Ami O
' Mt of all ho y o n r f l o l d B 0 t h c m a n agora and M i l , H I . I 0 H : l l i i n i l l < i i | > L>, :'. L>.
•
llllnil
In spito of i\ oold drlr.i-lo S\m of J e r s e y City third w i t h a sooro
! P'H-c I I , ,
*'" В«"В»<*<* В«ro looking forward to
1(
day whloh foil during most of tho of M>2.
15 Away Dates on
MHR Track List
Ryan Checking on
The Duck Mystery
Corkill's Team
A Sure Winner?
Scoring Honors
For Miss Seofield
MSM =E
Last Chance for
R ck.
y
Corbys Still Smashing Records
! ' "''in lur „
Pice
thiit
m i
|
P r
thla Saturday for some of the
carried Landy older boyn. Playcrn must report
four mlnuto for at least one of tho tryouts In
to bo eligible for
Booatcr Day, when thoro will bo a
lingo cake aalo at the NBC
nH
the potential and
Cloancrs In Rockaway. Opening
do it.
day of play will bo on April 30.
"f t'onville returns
! l0
bid for В« front.
A. V. Biro's for Protorlptlon*
»«%nment at New44 W. Main St., Rockaway
I n>В«Uf Tom
Rockaway Valley Riders
To Hunt for Easter Eggs
contest, Lloyd and A in Corbv of, Mrs, l\>rhy also br\>ko tho
Kockuwav Valley continued their course vooord w i t h .'• >O and was
The Ilockitwny Valfey Itu'ing winning ways by taking 1st placo. followed by Mrs Klo Seliuton of
Club Will hold Us annual Master , I" both men's and women's archery Mmo Hill with ;>i'."> and Mrs Julio
Sunday at L' p.m. at ovonts at tho Watohung opon moot Henry (>t ls-uvil\e wltti ;В»;itv
bunt
Stables on Old ' at Wostllold.
At tho weolily indoor compoti.
Lloyd broke the course roconl lion In flifton, SucUtisumiy's unroad, DrnvUle.
Open to nil invnibern and tholr by bettor than 100 points with hlВ» dot'oatoil team triumphed ovov \\\>.
guests, re.MervatloiiH may bo made 7ft0 nnd also net n now state roc- P o N В» by >\ :u>o point margin. Inwith Mrs. Swaute Bwenson, A oВ»tl. In the Held of over 100 mon dividual .scores wore Lloyd I'orby
prlso Will bo awarded to tho per. Dick Blocum of Roil Hank finished 4tK, \'ob Henry l'-Y<, Ann I'orhy
son with tho moat points.
[HCCOIUI with 021 and John Holland ,;itH> and Walt (.'oss 3TS,
18
ROCK AW AY RECORD, Thursday, April 7, 1955
Vub'.ished everv Thursday at Rookaway, New Jersey
Kr.tervJ as ,<tvondВ«iass matter in 1SSS at the Post Office
at Rockaway, N. J., under the Act of March 3, 1S79
ROckaway iВ»-U72
Office, a Wall S:
ROckaway 9-0400
ВЈ4:tor:;ti and Bu
James S. Whiton, Editor
E!ise E. Whiton, Associate Editor
William E. Ktvxko. Advertising Manager
Mrs M.Kirvd Stolrberg. Wh:t > Moadow Lake. HO 9-l74o-J
Mrs, D.uid a Moran, Kockaway Township, DOver 6-5827
Barbara Berger Wins 1st
In Legion Essay Contest
Legion Egg Hunt
A Huge Success
dy,
Den
4.
HDWI \ , f
Bruce Hardy and Uavijj'
Wick received the \Vtb4.
at this ineetin;:, t|K.
achievement in Oiitiij
now eligible to be, .in, II
Accordingly, Den 1
placed with a new ^
stera, of which Mrs. C.I
Den Mother.
The egg hunt sponsored Sunday
by the Kocluiway Township American Legion ut the Mt. Hope
school was u complete success
w-hen 120 youngsters, in spite of
inclement weather, "took the lull"
searching for eggs.
Geraldine Duda ol Mt. Pleasant
Robert Malcslii, lie,,
avenue was awarded u live angora
rabbit for Jirst prize and Gregory the new Den 4, was m
Moran of Mt. Hope avenue re- Den Chief cord. He hascou
ceived a huge chocolate bunny as the company of Arthur
Mullcr and David \\
second prize.
Evelyn Theresa Moran found Chiefs of the other thrw
Stuart Warren and Hoberj
only one egg during the scramble
received the wolf
but it was a "lucky" one
Chester Olivo of Middletown re- DerHash and Walter Wills
ceived a prize for the largest num- badge. Bruce Chesney waj
ed gold and silver
ber of eggs found.
Other winners who were pre- Peter Muller was prcsi
sented with chocolate buniites a gold arrowpoint and tuj
were Lorraine Nicholasson of KM. ones for additional achl
Hope road; Anna Turko, iTTT. TTope The costumes of the yi
avenue; Jean Hollis, Middletown; were simply terrific and
Michael Talmadge, Richard road; mothers are to be conn
Tommy Cole, Mt. Vleasant ave- their patience and inge
nue; Wayne Stuscavage, Mt. carrying out the tb
Pleasant avenue; Raymond Case, "Knights of the Round
Mt. Hope avenue, and Candy Jes- The only ones missing
bevy were Elaine and
mer of Mt. Pleasant avenue.
John Hollis was chairman of After strutting around s
the committee which boiled, col- one could admire the
th doughty knights nj
ored and hid the eggs.
The Legion hopes to add this jousting contest. Winner
event to its two other annua; 8-year-old group was Ricte!
children's activities, the Christmas of Den 4; of the 9-yearc!
Lowrie of Den 3; and th*
and Hallowe'en parties.
olds, Peter Hopler of Den ij
E. M.
COMICS AND CENSORSHIP
What to do about newsstand sale of undesirable publications i* :omporanly engaging the interest of many lay and
yrotV-sior.a.l groups. And like many other questions requiring
Smith lo decide what Rivun's morals and standards should
lx\ this one is all tangk-d up in problems of individual judgment and en.o*ions, which is a notoriously wobbly basis for
pass::...: laws.
Our i wn tYeiing. which we freely admit is supported by
Barbara Burger
no "surveys"' and reinforced by no high-sounding resolutions, Winners of the 1955 American
is that no mentally healthy person is likely to be harmed by Legion annual essay contest on
conducted among the sevanything offered for sale on a newsstand, and that unhealthy I'safety
enth and eighth grade pupils in
persons are likely to get into trouble regardless of censorship the Lincoln School were announced
today by Lawrence August, servlaws.
That's not a condemnation of those who honestly feel ice officer of Rockden Post 175.
First place honors were won by
that some comics, magazines and books are undesirable. \\ e Barbara Berger, a seventh grade
respect their opinions and urge them to work for what they pupil; second place, by Karolann
also in the seventh grade;
consider the public good, provided they don't burn down the Gloss,
and third place, Christine Hotbam to get rid of the rats.
tinger, a member of the 1955
Kor example, wo think it's perfectly right and proper graduating class.
for them to begin by setting a personal example, through re- The awards will be presented at
the commencement exercises in
fraining fivm purchase of what they think is objectionable June.
literature. And to let the vendors know that's how they feel,
Miss Yurecsko in Charge
individually and in groups. In this connection it would be The contest locally was under
quite :n order to circulate lists of approved or non-approved the supervision of Miss Margaret
Yurecsko, teacher of language arts
publications, and to urge others to observe them.
in the upper grades in the Lin- White Meadow
iJut we hope they won't ask Government to wield the club coln School.
I
(Continued from Page~I3)
!
of censorship. That "cure" is far worse than the disease, as During the first week of March, purchased at the door from coMiss Yurecsko had each pupil in chairmen Lorraine Luther and
has been pi\>ven so many times in history. No effective official the seventh and eighth grades i Tony
Hoffman.
censorship can operate for long without running into so many write a composition on safety as ! Dr. Szeming Sze, the eminent
contradictions and excesses that it does more harm than part of their class work in Eng- Chinese physician, who is director
lish to determine those who posthe United Nations Public
good. For instance, shall we suppress details of crime? We'll sessed originality, ability to ex- of
Health Service, will lecture at the
have to delete the assassination of Abraham Lincoln from our press ideas, knowledge of the sub- Clubhouse next Thursday at 8 p.
history books. Is sex to be forbidden in the printed word'.' ject, and over-all arrangement, m. Both his work and his fascjnwhich are the basic essentials for
We'll have to expurgate the Old Testament. Should all draw- competing with other pupils with- ating experiences should provide
a most interesting evening.
ings, painting and photographs be purified? It would require in the county and throughout the
Sisterhood to Lunch
On Monday at noon the Sistertouching up many works of art in the best museums and state.
From the assignment, she found will have its first Passover lunchgalleries.
14 writers who showed possibilities eon at the newly decorated TemKidiCulou.sV Of course. Censorship always winds up that They were encouraged to familiar- ple. Summer residents who have
ize themselves with the rules of not seen the new floor, new paint
way, no mailer how wisely it seems to begin.
the contest, and to study the sub job. tiled kitchen and exquisite fixUy contrast, neither of the two greatest codes of con- ject,
which included the causes ano,' tures are in for a pleasant sur.
duct ever uttered say anything about telling the other fellow prevention of accidents.
j prise. Sylvia Rubman and Ethel
what to do. Both the Ten Commandments and the Golden In addition to the winners, the •Dickman are co-chairmen.
group included Thomas Colaard, I A short business meeting, a
Rule sav -THOU shalt ...* "
HISTORY OlTWEIGrLS THEORY
There are two schools >.f thought on price and wage controls in Washington. One is that a freeze of wages and
prices would .stabilize the economy. The other is that wage
and price controls disrupt the economy rather than stabilize
it Ix'cau.-e as soon as controls are imposed black markets
develop.
AdvMate.- of controls blindfold themselves to history.
Kvery nation, starting with Abyssinia and coming down
through koine, Fiance, England, and a host of other nations,
a.s well as the exi*.'rience in this country in World War II
and in the Korean conflict, has found that controls promote
black market.- and that black markets promote inflation,
and that actually what you have is a form of legal control
and a very active inflationary spiral.
'Hi*.' opi-jnents of controls are of the opinion that there
could \>c no rnoiv unfortunate time than the present to re;addle the nation with price-wage and possibly rent freeze.
it would Lock the nation's <conomy which within the last
12 moj,th:s has stood up strongly against three severe jolts.
Despite loud cries of "wolf," there was no depression
within th<- last y<ar. The three economic jolts survived were
(1) tii.- annual rate of federal spending was cut about $0
billion; (2) inventories which had been building up at an
,'innual rate of $.'} 1>illion went in the opposite direction, dropping to an annual rate of about $1 billion; and (3) net outi'andiiij' )n?t;>!lni'nt cnidit, which hail been gaining at an
annual rate of about $5 billion, levelled off. This all totals to
about $16 billion.
trlct pow-wow and
there.
New !>,>„
The pack consists 0(
Lillian Warren ami
Mothers of Den 1; Mary
and Barbara Wills, vj(l,
Lowrie, Den 3; and
meeting Mrs. Wui; ,ul(j
Martin Connor, Edward Hart, little surprise -lunch, followed by
Alice Klinesmith, James Lynn, card playing, is the order of the
Robert Nichols, Newton Schott, day.
James Smith, Barbara Stone, > Don't forget the Easter Dance
Jeanette Thompson, and Carolee on April 16 at the clubhouse,
VanStrander.
sponsored by St. Clares Auxiliary.
The five best compositions in ihe . At tie Cub Scout Pack 12 meetopinion of Miss Yurecsko were ing Tuesday Ta\ Wardlaw, - Digsent to Rockden Post, where the trict Commissioner of Cub Scouts,
presented their charter to Kenneth
winners were selected.
The judges were able to identify Howell, institutional representaeach entry only by a number, a.s tive of the sponsoring irganizathe names of the writers were tion, the Mt. Hope PTA. Howell introduced Lou Meyera, committee
withheld.
chairman; Jack Lowrie, Cubmaster; and Robert Blaney, Dr. HtolzSurvivor OmJttВ«l
Omitted from the list of sur- berg and Clarence Hopler, inemvivors In the obituary of Mrs. berH of the committee. Two :icroll8
Helen Shay last wertt was hef son, i were awarded to the pack because
| of their participation in the disJames D. Shay.
In a weaker economy, a downward trend might have set
in and continued. Traditionally, both business and personal
spending would have dropped sharply. Prices and profits
would have skidded downhill and the stock market would
have joined the debacle. But, instead, the economy showed
jjreat stability. More—something almost wilhout precedent
—inflation was stopped without deflation resulting. Black
markets resulting from controls would quickly change this
mtisfactory situation into an inflationary trend.
Instead of freezing prices and wages, the economy could
l
je adjusted by controlling interest rates, credit, and the
like. Also, the nation, unlike at the outset of Korea, has
ample supplies of practically everything on hand, which in
itself would tend to allay panic buying.
was awarded a prize.
To See Manhattu
On May-7th the cubs |
take a boat trip around K
tan, leaving Denville at i.
train and returning in IS
afternoon.
The teen-age dancing ti
have its final $iuty at ill
house on April 15 at 8 fs
boys are providing the jai
corsages, while the girls 1
viding the cup cakes and
Parents of the young
invited.
Next Dennis O'Brien PT1:
ing will be Iwld on April
will feature a Scotch
Don't forget to bring
you wish to contribute.
Baster Values!
NEW SHOK|
For The FarM
NUNN
For Men
SUNDIAL
For Family
EDWARDS
For Children
POLLY PREST<
For Women
Family Shoe S*
16 Broadway
Denville, N.
Open FrJ. till 9; h
ROCKAWAY RECOKD, Thurnday, April 7, 19.VJ
Norma Rivera, both of Ted Service were hia mother, Mrs.
Page
Brooklyn.
Margaret Service, and Mr. George
In the health department, Mark Fyfe, both of Brooklyn.
is out on bail awaiting
(Jrund
Perry
came down with the
Mr. and Mrs. James Costa had
Jury action on a rnantiliiughter
measles on Sunday, and Larry hia brother, Robert, of the Bronx
charge.
Danz has Just recovered from as a weekend guest.
chickenpox.
Edward Steven* Sr W M giv-n
Mr, and Mrs. Hank GoldHworthy
Mr. and Mrs. William Arffman of Dover visited Bill and June Van
The driver of thВ«; car involved a suapendeiJ Hentence and fined i t
and family of John street visited Riper la.st Friday ni^ht.
in the "Death Curve" u<<i<ient on costa on a dinorderly coriduct
his mother, Mrs. Sophia Arffman
March
20, Julian Kiffm-roa OjВ»o.sto charge.
Miss Pat Surace of Kelsey street
of New York City, over the week- entertained Miss Joyce Nazzaro | of Dover, was fined u total of J13 Violators of the dog ordinarc:.
end,
Michael Hnyder and l.'oi.ard b e .
and Miss Eleanor Beach, both of in Ilockaway Muniotrjal court
Joanne and Michael Miller attend- Dover, over the weekend.
Tuesday
ni^ht
by Mapi.' f- '
'!raw, were fined $•'• each ai.'J $i
ed Billy Elder's 7th birthday party
Thomas T-iunnon.
Ofjcsto
w;, I ;--t. The cruiifilfiiriunt В« s 'Jeorge
at his home in Dover la.st Sunday.
charged with pu.s.iing on it ' Ui •. < i Sai.imon, Deir.ille dog warden
A. F. Hire's for Prescriptions
Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. 44 W. Main St., Rockaway
and exceeding the speed liin t. !.'( i substituting for Kred Adi r.
Miss
Rock
jdo
Socials
smith. Ko. » - « » • «
... niKl.t visitors to the
%r and Mrs. Ed Hudak
*" M l r ,,, w.-re Mr. and
t , ; „ „ , , , „ ! and «»f Clifton.
te
'Atb.-rt. :i happy birth"1
Hivem h a d
llis
moth >r
' nd
Garboias, am 1 hi.s sister,
UTY CULTURE
tl OIL PERMANENT
"Death Curve"
Driver Fined$43
Business Services
ELECTRICAL. CONTRACTING
House wlplnff
K Crome .Shampoo and
Styled Sotting
FOR ONLY J7.95
jry day — Eve. by Appt.
I.ES BEAUTY SALON
ckwell St. DOv.r В«-0618
1STEN HAIRDRESSER
no E.
nville.
ENT w\VKS. hair styling
j ' ANTHONY'S BEAUT"?
3'Jackson Ave., Rockaway,
I.
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iville
HO. 9-1985
Want Ads have Buch a big
in because they do ao much
such lime cost. Try one—
t. 9-0400.
unwanted Rooda Into cash
Herald and Record Want
siness Services
IAIKDRESSBR wishes to
his many patrons who
en requesting EVENING
WESTS that THURSDAY
ill be resumed aa of this
MICH 10. CALL, EARTHY,
3, Denvlllo opposite Thea
good
Idea!
Electrical repairs
P. F. SODANO
ROckway 9-0307
ALL DIG BUSINESS starts small.
An ad In this column remind*
hundreds of local prospects ovary
-ei-k that you are In business to
ervc them. Costs little, too. Call
XO. 9-0400 for rates.
EXPERT SANITARY
CESSPOOL SERVICE
Tanks
Cesspools and Septic
Cleaned—Built—Repaired
CARL GULICK
Whippany Rd., Whippany
P. O. Box—Morristown 538 '
Phone MO 4-2082
this Easter...get together by phone
eaders In the civic, political and
business life of this community
rend this newspaper every week,
because It Is THE local paper. Get
your copy every wcolc, by newsboy,
newsstand or mall subscription.
$400 MONTHLY SPARE TIME
You can have a family reunion, eivn if the folks arc widely scattered.
Simply ask Long Distance to give you the "Conference Operator"
—she can arrange simultaneous calls to several distant points.
And you can all talk together
at the same time.
Refilling' and collecting money
'rom our live cent HIKR Grade Nut
machines In thin area. No Selling!
To qualify for work you must have
car, references, $G40 ensh, secured
by Inventory. Devoting li hours a
to business, your end on perSt.. Tel HOokaway 9-1915 week
entage collections will net up to
attention Riven to blank- $400
monthly with very good posspreads, slipcovers, diapers. slbllltles
of taking over full time.
drying service.
Income IncreaslnR accordingly. For
Interview, Include phone In application. Write Box 319, Denvllle Her0 A.M. to 6 P.M. Every Day ald.
Except Friday
, 7:30 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
away Self-Service
'LAUNDRY
RATES ARE L O W
ALL PAY EASTER
Boston from Newark SOo
Detroit from Phllllpsburg B6o
Montreal from Montclolr 7Bo
ick Up and Deliver
R. & L.
i OIL AND KEROSENE
MORE CLASSIFIEDS
NEXT PACE
3 mln. station call, after 6 PM and all
Sunday. Plus reduced tax of 1 0 " .
NEW JERSEY BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY
J( HOVI? SEHVICE
IIO. 9-3080
PE. 4-25G0
11
HAM
TER—rti-palm, alteration*
MID F. MAOUIRH. Hock
>ke. Denvllle. RO. 9-19SB.
I ami tyiiniK fur smalt bun
• Harnlil K Snundern, Jr.—
Bnt. mul Anne Klrnw,, MO.
H
В«rvlrВ«. Lot, cleaned from
!
to a whole forcat. Uoa
it<K Fr,^ pstlmatcB. P. Di
INDSCAPING
d. Uoonton
rrttmovMi
tt
wooa
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• Bnonton.
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P
1. fin • *' _•"' ItOfj 0 1
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j
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5 5 ^ ID.
Oven Ready Young Hen 10-12 Ib.
6 5 / Ib*
Large Selection of Potted Plants
PiВ» - Sand - Stone
DO.
Oven Ready ,16 Ib. Average
EASTER CALLS FOR FLOWERS
nanent Driveways
E. E. ZEEK
59c in
TURKEYS
R1CAI, WORK: House wlr
fPPllanro repairs.
H. R.
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|"rvВ»le K
Whole or
String Half
DICKERSON'S Market
RT. 5 3
MT. TABOR
TEL R0 9-0456
Pace 20
KOCKAVVAY RECORD, Thursday, April 7, i9t>B
CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
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riwll liililllloiutt w u t i l , M i n i m u m I'tuu^r tiltr f*(tc c u h l t ) . U U i i H i i l l
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Help Wanted Female
FOR SALE
CASH SUPPLY CO.
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Mttn u r W u i i i a u w i t h r n r f o r H | U V I H
work;
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on l . l l t l . ' t o n n l , t l i t , 3 0 3 ) , N o ,73
loiti Htoii 1 0 0 f o n t n w u y ,
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ATTENTION ! !
Hoftd This Advortisoittont
ROXBURY MILL KNDS
V\vВ»t Annivorsury Snlo
M i w t n t l n K t t v , 'JfВ»" l^oi' y n v d ; l i m i u u n i l l l IIIIIHII ot'HHlHly, 4 ? o |u>l' ytil'tl;
tnffoitni*.
4!U< I H T y u r d ;
tiiyonn,
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ilir.ns
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N o w ufforlnut n enmpMi« udili'c»»ln«
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mid mitlllnu n e i v l i e to liuulm
yiud;
vnlvnt
tloi'Ui-d
ixipor
ttxltottnn,
tli'iii* for fuel. lU'i'iii'iiU' f c i v U o ! roii\b lin'hi'i* wlilo, liflo n yivrd: nitoclnl
KOiiHtiln rivtim. Cull lit i. t> - -1*71>.
lulio.i on ni'W wuoloiirt for Mimti'i';
svicivy nilntu <f> inPht^H wlrto, fiBr
H > IIlil; I'llarto. 50 imttoliui, ;t;'i- |\i-r
ytii'il, Sltullivi' t>ivvli\KВ« o n iiiUM\vdlni>,
riiyon nnltliiKti, nylon, llnon, oorduroy, liii-on, diii|"M'y fulirli'ii, hrldnl
IUO11 SCHOOL K\T\ nvtUlnWa В«ive- mid KuatiTii Slur fiilnlra, l'ull lliii.
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AVI1I t'tui for dinnU I'liiltl In my o w n
lit, 10, oornor Utllsldn A v t \ ,
homВ«, KurU KKIKO I.iiki', Cull KO
i't'iiNvinnn oii|>oВ»lt*> T o w n Hall.
P-OMIS-M.
JviHtlro 4-U374
loiiin !> A.M. to !l P.M, dully.
"While nuttlit'i'n KI> i n worU nil ilny;
.Sundivy !' A M , to t! l'.M,
1 wwti'h their i-)\l\iliin> В»i* tht^y j ^
Plonty of Proo 1'iiiUlim
Cull Mr*. IViiirtiill, W\ lВ«-OitlT.
SITUATION WANTED
CHILD CARE
Sewing Machines
J . K T A S l N t l K I l fixiВ«i'it t u n e up y o u r
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HINUKU 8KWINU OUNTKn
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B A 11 N K Y ' S B I G
BARGAIN BOMBSHELL
8 DAYS ONLY
THUR8. - l-'Hl. - SAT.
WAKKHOUSK
(LKAHANCIO
AITLIANCES
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Itico pow'i'i' liiwn mowi'i', )fooi) i o n
illtlun, f u l l liO, !>.lli!ll!..I.
ROQF CHEVROLET,
"OK' Used Cars and Trucks"
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our MIK>> iH'Xt t o
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ovory i i t i i
In tho i'lvU\ iiolitu-nl nnd
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rotul t h i s i\i'\v.-<imiВ»>r В«<vВ«<ry wook, h e w u w e It Is TU1C looid impor. Oet
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ANNOUNCEMENT
APPOINTMENT OF RAY STKriIANll
AS
USED CAR MANAGER
II. & M. CHEVROLET & OLDSMOBILE]
121 Myrtle Ave.
B
LAURIE - FORD
off
ll.ftO II wook,
Account No. 8013
H'u ROOIIWH w i t h Snfiv Hod, In LlvInK Ronm, Bedroom, Kttolion with
ClllllllOtH,
DlttllOH,
OIllHNOR, OtC.
$180, 1'ny tt uff $l,7u a wook.
Real Estate For!
Used Cars For Sale
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DOWN
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Cllli'.VUOIiKT nodnit
KOItn noilun
ItOCKAW.W" TH\V\,.||I
lltlil lilltll III liiunl nil
pi i>x iimiti'ly (i iiori' vf
500, Tvi'inx.
I'lllllll llUIIIO,
oil hoiU, full
Int. > l l , t i В« 0 .
l''()ltl> HIMIUII
IIUU'K HOiliit)
( ' H M V n o l . K T HOtlun
KA1KKU KtMiixn
1>O|В«1M
MIMIIIII
1IO1K1M run!В»n
A - l ( l U A H A N T K i a n CAH8
WIM.YM Htmtloti
LINCOLN BOilivil
H Hoonia fonnoiiy owned by pro- HIM HTHPKHAKKU 4 (lr, P
I!В»M
tfllKVUOLKT club oolipe
foHtilonnl roupln: DeLuxe furnlturo
Konn Tudor
l
with HofrlKorntor & WiiHhor, betVLYMOl'TII
tor noooHHorloH, JU77 . Pny It off
ID.'.I MKItt'tTUY Hi
KOUO rinu'h
J3 n woolc.
1IILLMAN MINX
To rooolvo any of the above ottt.
KOUI> Tuilor
HtВ« until yon enn como down,
K
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Konn tiim-M WIIKO.II
phono MU. -1-3100, Ext. 8,
\n$
Konn om-ortlble
Moro OuttltH on hiind.
1 !>f>4
KOHI>
t
««d«n,
Kt
ny
i
aOOD LIVING ROOM SETS
IВ»fi4 V'Oltn omivertlble
$45
$81
?K10
ll>m KOIU) Vlotorln
Qunmntoixl worth Double.
F I N E I1EDH00M
SELKCTP.1) AUTOMOBILES
IВ»fi4 rilKVHOLWT 210, a dr, H&ll
GROUPINGS
H$
IUUCK
Utvi\В»li\.
Dyimdow,
$20
$fiO
$80
powor Htooi'liiB', power hrukon,
itMI
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Every perlotl presented, nl) In
l!В»RS I'ONTIAO Cutivllnn, hytlramaoxoollont oonrtltion,
tlo, jiowor tttoorliiMT. H&ll
1!>5S VH>lm iMirttomllno, 4 dv, H ^ l l
STURDY DININO UOOMS
1!>IU MIOUCIMIY 4 dr., Morcanmtlc,
0 Pleecs nnd 10 Plccoa
UAH
ISO
$80
$110
Hint I'ONTIAC Oliloftnln 8. H A H
UiRO l U H f K f<U|ioi', roiivortlblo
LВ«to Styles* . Ltlto Now,
'
l!>4!> MIOIUM.'UY 4 dr.
11)40 OLNMO1ULW convortlMo (|>,
A MOUNTAIN OP
1В«4D KOUn cimtom 4 dr., U ^ l l
FAMOUS INN1CUSPRINO
l'.MO KilltP iMiHtDtn 4 dr. Hoilui), H
MATTHKSaiGS
\'J4В« HUU'K BIMllVIV^ttH
Account No. 93(50
leal istatВ® lorSalВ®
"ADAMS TILLAGE"
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v c l l i u . >-.
F. G. LOWKKKK,,
It 10 A I , ' I ' u | ;
M I ' L T I I ' L M L I S T I M i SKIH
3 4 5 M. M u l l ) Hlri" ', 1
U o o U n w i v y ;В»-0
O p e n 9 - 0 M o m l t i y tin mi
Huixdny t-1
ACHKAOK WANTKl' n В« l
action Motor* I'lmi, llВ«l
Bultnhlo for ronlil> niinl
m i n i m u m it ivcrcx, i ^ t
318 D c n v l l l o Moral.I
FRED S. rHANS
Realtor & I
Member Mori
Multlplo LlHtii
Henvllle
Real Estate Wa
Wnntoil llntlinu'
KHtnto,
nivrtloxdnvs
K t t
tl
w i t h Iimd. 1 luvvo iiiiiny W
torocUnl In thlВ« tu< <
FLOKKNCK K. WAND
t4|>ociMiiiiВ«m in nci>-''iВ«i w
5N liullnn Itoivd
,f
m
LtvUo, Donvill'-
For Rent
RRINKRTSKN MOTORS
MntohliiK Hox Springs too.
Mixln St. nnO Vox Hill 1U1..
lit). D-OtllO
MONEY - MONEY
Sofn Hod; Chnlr Bods
$10.05
The iiuuiey uwoil y o u on ncwiei'tei
TV Convertible
$08
|iionilneti, oivn now lif> nvovori>tl
Ki'cnltn or tin eont to yВ»ivi, Cull i n ) - Odd BEDS, till Nir.es - ntylea . . $5
Kitchen or Wiling Chixlra . . . . $5
StudentH Kneoholo Dcskn . • $10.05 ~~ GRORGE H. SQUIRE
.M.ia AI'OTION
(I ltd
Linoleum RUOS
$5
Realtor & Insurance
CKN'TKIl
t>'.\!2' Texture RUOS
$18 In luminous thin section eluoc 10.19
KVl'JUV S I ' N P A Y 12 - tl r.M,
Member Mnrrln County
1ft inllort north of
ThloU Menttor RURS
$1,00
Multlplo LUtlnir Horvloo*
The Nett'oim Truffle t'llelo
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N K L I N U1V INDIAN I.A.KK
Nleo Plnstio IlasHocka . . . . $1,7В©
HO. 0-0S09
KK1JK I'AltKINO
fl-IV. UrldRo Sf>t
$15
OPKN ALL YKAH
OIANT Closet Wnrdroben
$24,00 I.ondorn In tho civic, polUlonl nntl
Inmlnonn l i f e o( thin coinmunlty
(>i.lВ» TOWN CANOH: Ifl ft,, "В«o
Spneo Snver lCltohen Cftblnota | 1 5
rond till* miwHpnvor ovpry w#oh,
itidltliiu, Jin, d i l l Hi), !>-lii2,s.
fl.Pe. C11ROMK DlnettoH . . $30.00 Uocnuao It In T i l l ) loonl ptxl>or. Got
your copy ovory woolt, by nowaboy,
lunovm ronvwod
IIVK JV'o! T w o nowly riH'nmiod tl
t l
or mnll nubMorlptlon,
(full i i i l i i l , liOtKIti, JK> vii.'lv or
RKKRiaRRATOR
$35
if tl\ii imlf, KIH'U, {i.tlO.l'v,
Rniif<o or WtiHher , , . , $20.50
h<ivifl(>. oil
MT, TAHOIll-3
UOMK VUKVMKW,
l R ' i <>u, ft,, itlNKW RnUy CnrrlivRes . , $0,05
poroh, H
В»toivn\ lvont, noroi
inoat n o w ; lio.st nfl'or, t'lxll 1UV !>iivliMiton
wnlk
from
I.Aoiiawnnn
Combination RANOKS
$50
rt?iU iiftor t! I'.M.
U.U, Htiklton. В»7,r.0fl. UO. В»-16В«7-Jkt.
Cooktnll or Lninp Tnblon , , . , $5
THOMI'SON 11OAT; 111 ft,, itorfoot
Fonm Rubber Sootlaiuxln
$fto
ooiullttou Oull 1UV 1>-1,;,VJ-,I,
Perloil SofnH . Lovo Sontn $20,05
Cimtom Uvillt UnnohoR,
MOTOH8,
ltowlndltm
Capo Oodtt nnil Hpllt Lovola
iint) roniih'rt; n o w ninl rohvillt nvoHAHNEY'S
loi'M In HiooU, YVnltor M, I t h
10, K APAM8
KKSALB WAREHOUSE
V , I5t>. !>-attiO-Y\', If no
of Ilotto-r llomoa"
nil MO. 4-0313.
(17 River St., Pntoraon, N, .?.
R O o U c i y 0-tOia
nrtvo rlKht In В«ml Pnrlt Hliop
APK1OAN v i o i . K T S ; lВ»on\t\ Ki'own:
rarlta m l , At Tabor Btntlon
I'lwht from your car,
innny vnrlotlo.t to oUoodo from for
PWNVILLR. N. J.
Open
Thtii'it. N'IKIIIH until 0 P.M.
v lovoly Kiisttor tilft. MrВ», iM
ilinhiK* thlti mvlo,
Koi'Molvnor.
t.iSA
Wllnon
VlQMtLY UVSTIC OAIUN. В« Mlitt
VHVlY) 1U51.1VKHY wVNYWUMKKI
В»oonton, N, J, P R
Street, oppoHlto Ulto. 7 rooms;
Hownro of Iniltivtorn, MnhВ« HIIUW
Imth; full oonvent oollnrs hot nlr
yovi'rp In lUHNKY'H
HOT AIU Pl'UNAOW, ptpr* nnd rPttbout; a oar uarhHo. O, Uowltt, 170
Horo'H В« ltcpntt on .tlvo
UnrrlKon Avo., Jcrupy City, N. J.,
lutora; hot \vnt<^r BUR tnnk, ftlno
AIM>ltK.SH unit IMtONK NO,
liot atovo, roimontvlilo, Otxll UO, Ji>io a?8flfi
KARNKY'S
: R\4 В«crВ«*: 100
100 ft,
ft
d b
frontftRP! on Mt.
Mt. lllopo ltd,,
boraIt.\l>l(>l'HoNOt)UAIMI; tnldP onmRKSALE WAREHOUSE
d
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on
White
MВ«Adow
ImkВ«
proplniitlnnH, wood oondltlon, olioion 67 Hivor St., Patoraon, N. J.
r>t U.O.A, or Konlth, В»35 PВ«ol>, liovor
Phone MUlborry 4-2400 for
Purnlturo Co,, opiioRlto Jlnltor TIVPIVW
of lot. ITIce, 11,800. CM>
or
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WANTED TO BUY
Ford, (iti*vroli<t, ,n> r i y m u i i l h for
nliout $TS, W'liiit ilo you l\uvo t o
offor? 0»>l i v n v l l l K Hi-mill, U«», \\
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HT. 40, DOVKR,
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t'lil'i'V
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Only 1 to II I'liMtomm'.
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81 "x HO" MiiMlin .Mhootn
All Mot ill Kllfhi'ii Htmil
. Shoot lllunUot
.Sturdy ICml THWON, OH
В«y liir
VAIUOUS OTIlKlt MAKIВ« AND M<H>KL$i
(J.M.A.O. FINANCING IF 1>KS1K1-:I>
littrin^'N bSi'iiH I';\'6';HV
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mill
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ROCKAWAY RECORD, Thursday, April 7, 1855
Best Short Stories to be
Published by Students
A. F. Siro'a for Pre icriptions
44 W. Main St., R. ckaway
Headed by English teacher Mra.
Ruth Hortk'in, a group of Regionul students will compile a
booklet of the best short stories
written by English III classes.
Art work und layout will be
done by Torn Heggle and The
editorial board will be composed
of James Leith, Joyce Sanders,
KoHclyn Seltzer, Richard Shohan,
Carolyn Whitchead and Anita
Wilde.
L**"
It pay* to advertise
Page 21
DOVER
STORES
OPEN
T H U R S . and FRI.
A P R I L
7-8
UNTIL 9 P.M.
I>over Chamber of Commerce
l>over, N. J.
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN
SELLING YOUR PROPERTY?
This is the season when buyers start to come
into the area looking for property of every
description. The influx has already started.
Make sure your property is among the first to
be shown.
,• MM momboru of tho DonIMI I'lnii'ch woro tho young
jrV. In tlio front row uro, from loft,
jiimll, Alice Suzimno Poarsall, RobBi, Ktntly Joanne Whltuhead and
fii'mii. soVoml row, Mrs. Mabel RodIM ctluratUm and In charge
Wry Joint MoCnllum, Monono Price,
Its Greece
|<>co wns iniulo by
class Loron D.
bn of Mr. and Mrs.
J
ut 1 IS Codur
vlllo. rii'klujr. who
tlu> ITSS KvorMlHllti'l'I'lltH'lUl,
IS
urn to tho U.S. In
M
by
KIVIMI
Hint
tho
lPKiMry i\ml lOlcct for ll\i> T u w n t!11• pIlU'KIt
llOlO-
& In'twoon tho
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ll li>, nir.5 fВ»r t h e
Uhy u I'llnmry
hi' iM'iuimilUni of
the
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r with tho
id
In tho
•town ut uny time
Vy. В«ml forty dnys
"ml Kii-vtiiui (Sophvltl nil November
Umnty Sont (Town
Hi
MOITIM-
В»ny imrt of tho
PВ»(i'V ill the 1IMI of
lint lev of cltunitc
' tlo so m ni.v olYleo
hours of II A . M .
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win
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Kathryn Penrl Kaaten, Martha Burns and Barbara
Jean Schlomcr. Third row, Barbara Bush, Marjorle
Ann Noafic, Patricia Joan Mlchaelson, William
Randolph Hctsor, Rogor Emmett Taylor, Roberta
(iull McCullum, Margaret Linda Calame, Janet
Helen Oonsler, Robert Douglas Rood and the Rev.
Warren P. Sheen, pastor. Back row, Dallls Burns
and David Wayne Lecher.
LIST IT WITH US NOW FOR FAST ACTION
33B'WAY
RO 9-1315
DENVILLE
they nrc registered on or boforo Marcl) 10, lVtiR, nni pornons
who mo not pormnnontly rcnlntercd
by Soptomltor 21* ennnnt voto at tho
Ut'iuU'ul
lOliM-tlon.
VotorH who HI'O iiorinnuoiitly r*KlВ«
ntpri'd but hnvo moved to Another
ohn-tlon dlntrlrt HIIK'O tho livnt Oencntl lOliM'tlun or Htnro tlm lnut olВ«otinn ut which thoy voto* must flU
a mittrp of I'liniiKo of rosldonc* В«lthcr with tho County Hoard of KlectlonH, llivll of HorortlH, Morrlatown,
N, ,1,, or with tholr nuinlolpal clerk
ut K<nitt forty dnyn boforo the Prlinnry In oriior to votp At thВ» Primary, or forty days boforo the
flnnt'riil Rloctlon In order to vote
nt tho ncnoral Klcotlon, unloni thВ»y
hnve Already dono no. This can bВ«
dono by В»ny written notlao to the
munlolpnl clerk or tho County IJoArd
of Klorllon*. rorHonn who move
from olio Plcctlon dint riot to nnothor
В«ftpr forty tinyn boforo tho Primary
or< (lenernl Kleotlon hnvo tho rlnht
under tho law to vote In tho election dlHtrlrt from whloh thoy moved providing they wore permanently rpH'lntorcd In HUOII election district from whloh thoy moved. Before votlntt, thoy muHt Mirn an afflilnvlt of voter for Oonernl and
rrlmnry Klootlon, Thene afftdavlta
will Uo on flip with all the election
honrdn of the County. After ilRnlng
tho iifflduvlt nnd vctlnur. the afflwill be filed by tho election
with the County Hoard of
imtl В«uld pernoiiii will be
nutomntlrally reKlntered fly the
County Hoard In tne (flstrlct ' to
which they have moved.
Bnld HOIIKI will nlttn nit on Tueidny, November 8. IOCS between the
huurti of ueven wV.M, nnd otKht P.M.
for the pvirpoito of conducting •
General lDlartlon for:
Two MomborM of (he Ocneral AВ«Membly (for Two Years)
Two Momborn of tho Hoard of Choson Freeholder (for Three Years)
One Coroner (for Three Years)
Two Minborn of the Township Commlttoo (for Three Years)
1'ollliiK pluces of tho Election
IslrlotB are aВ» follows;
1st District--New l>uhltc Library,
liunond HprlitK itOAd.
l!nd nistrlot—School—Houto RS.
V
8rd PlRtrlot— Plro House— Route
4th District—Union Hill School—
Onenakl Hoad.
Mh Plstrlot — Ponvllle Public
Behool No. 3, Bt. Mary's Place.
6th District—School—Route 83.
CI,AmK It. KI'II.I'Y. Clerk,
TOWNSHIP OF DBNVIbLB.
Safety Hints To Help Make Kite
Flying Free From Danger
Don't fly kites near electric wires
Don't use metal on kites—use string
Don't climb poles or towers to retrieve kites
IPJete Hardware Supplies
Don't climb trees near electric wires
* Household Supplies
f t s
^ Gardei| T o o U
he Supp|ics • House Furnishings
•Udders
* Power Mowers
* Seeds * Fertilizers
Don't pick up fallen electric wires
Don't throw stones or shoot at street lights
or insulators.
JIUВЈ HRRDUJflRE
'Mr*f thirty to/ fh^Honrr
"ROADWAY
OPPOSITE
MOCKWAY
THВЈAINC
9 - 1 ? T7
,
NEW JERSEY POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
J. H. Miller — Division Manager
Page 22
ROCKAWAY RECORD, Thursday, April 7, 1DG5
Denville "Ham"Operator
Turned Hobby into Cash
Anyone can got in touch with I
Francis E. Ladd of Mowers place, I
Denville, by calling W2IDZ; unyone that is, who happens to have
a short wave transmitter. Anc
chances arc that those with transmitters (io nut need us to tol
them where they <.-an locate Kranl
Ladd.
One of the more than 10.000
"hams" in the state, LacUl has
been an amateur radio enthusiast
for the past 21 years. Horn in New
Hampshire, he sot tied in New Jersey after marrying a Newark girl
They have two sons, Everett, 17
and Harold, 16, and hnve lived iv
Denville for four years.
Article Won I'rUo
Recently Ladd won a $200 prize
for an article lie wrote for QST
the radio amateur's monthly magazine. He works at the Bell Laboratories as an electronic technician,
Francis E.
and has thousands of dollars of
radio equipment in his home, in- vania flood victims to their relacluding a two way mobile trans- tives all over the country.
What about the future of "hammitting and receiving set which
ming?" There's a future nil right;
can be carried in n car.
Ladd is a member and past so loner as people like to tinker
communications director of tho and fool with parts and wires
Morris Radio Club, which meets there will always bo the building
once a month in the Morristown of short wave sets.
Trust Co. in Morristown. AlNOTION TO
though he has u miniature railItOAKH (IF K1HVATION OK
road in his homo, keeps a garden, THK
WNSHIP OK 1>1>K.\VII,I,K.
T1IK TOWNSHIP
OU'NTY. MOW
and is interested in fishing and MOKUIS
1'ubllo
Notion Is hoicUy j?ivt>n
ul
j?ivt>n
hunting, his first love has always tluit scaled |>ro|H<DHlt>
for tho oonstmvtlon
and
s
t
m
t
l
d
l
,
of
driveways
been radio.
t
ay
В»iyl
y iimrkliii? IU'OII for KKlonwntsuy
lnwntsuy
"It's difficult to explain," he SSchool
h l
N
No 3, st. M
Mary's
Plnco, lii
'
Pl
li
ll of IVnvllle. Morris
said, "There's something about it tho Ti.
i ouiity,
\ j , , w i n i, 0 1 0 C e i V ( H i j.y
that gets you." And he went on tho liourri of Kduoatlon lit Its Off Ion
to tell about the thrill he gets in tho Miiln Stioot Sohool. Ka.ft
Xliiln Street, To\vinslil|> ,,f Denville,
when he speaks to other hams in Morris
I'ounty, Now Jersey, until
this country or abroad or even elk-tit o'clock (8:(un lf,M. V.nstcrn
Standard
on the L'L'nd day of
behind the Iron Curtain. He has April. i;i55.Time
at which time and jilnco
found that most foreign hams all bids will be publicly opened ami
speak English and ho has no rotul aloud,
under this
Tho work
to b<thodone
Ultra,
t Includes
trouble conversing with them.
ffurnishing and
const
met
Ion
of
S,H0
S<i,
Yds., of
Long Play, Very
Mncndutn Huso Course with n Type
What do they talk about? Oh, SM-2-Top surface (2(50 tons) and
appurtenances necessary In nemost anything; their families, tin'rilmn'o
with the plans and specifitheir ambitions, their cars, their cation*.
gardens, their jobs, their equip- All bids .shall bo presented to tho
by tho parties bidding, or tholr
ment,, and some even play chess ltonnl
nKonts, at the tlmo utul pluoo dealt;imtod, when culled for by tho Presior checkers over the air waves.
dent of the.Hoard. Xo bids will bo
During the war Ladd installed l-ecelvoil
previous tu tho tltnO В«tc8tВ«electronics equipment at the Fed- natod and none will bo received
thereafter.
eral Ship Yards, in Kearny. In
No proposals will bo considered
1936 he stayed awake for -18 hours unless accompanied by n cortlllod
hook,
on an Incorporated
relaying messages from rennsyl- bnnk orilniwn
trust company mado pa.y-
Faraday - Bailey
Miss Joan Ann Bailey of 303
Morris avenue, Denville, was married Saturday afternoon to Richard Wilson Faraday of 110 Lafayette street, Hackettstown in the
Full Gospel Church of Mt. Tabor.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick Bailey. Mrs.
Bessie Silsbee of the Hackettstown address' is the groom's mother.
The Rev. A. S. Emery performed
the double ring rites. Mrs. J. Scribner of Mt. Tabor was the organist
and Mrs. Bertha Rosen of Boonton sang. A reception followed at
the Bailey residence.
The bride was given in marriage
by her father and wore a white
satin gown, with laco bodice and
white net crown trimmed with
seedpearls. Her veil was fingertip
length anfl she carried a white
Bible with white orchids.
Matron of honor was Mrs. LeRoy Bailey of 129 Maple avenuo,
Rockaway, sister-in-law of We
bride. Bonnie Lynn Bailey %vas
flower girl and David A. Scrlbner,
ring bearer.
LeRoy Bailey, the brido's brother, was best man. Ushers were
Jesse Scribner of Mt. Tabor and
A2/c Richard H. Bailey, stationed
at Caswell AFB, Fort Worth,
Texas.
The bride attended Morris Hills
High School and is employed at
Epstein's in Morristown. Het husband attended Hackettstown High
School and works at Standard
Container Co. in Rockaway.
The couple will live at 41 Evergreen avenue, Morristown.
ublo to tho order of "Tho Hoard ot
Education of tho Township 1of Donvlllo. Morris County, N, J.' * In tin
amount of not losa than ton porcont (lO^c) of tho Iinao Bid, not
Including nny alternates,
binding
tho bidder to execute u contract and
furnish tho required bond within
ton days after not mention of nocoptanco of Ills bid. Hid Konds are not
acceptable In place of tl\oВ»<* cortlflod checks.
I'pon failure of the
successful
bidder to execute tho
nooossnry
contract mid furnls)) u proper bond,
this deposit shall be applied on neount of the Hoard's claim for <ttimatiiB, and In no case shall It bo
considered ns llquldatod OnmnKOS.
The successful bidder will bo required to furnish n bond for the
faithful performance of tho contract In a sum of not loss than on"
hundred per cent (lOO^r) of the
total price bid for the complotcd
work, paid bond to bo that of an
approved surety company
authorised to transact business In the
State of Now Jersey.
A copy of tho drawings and specifications, forma of bid and specimen contract to bo executed by the
successful bidder. If nny. for the
proposed work, will bo oi\ fllo, nt
tho office of Hobert P. Jenkins, Jr.,
Engineer, 8!> Hroadwny,
DenvUlo,
N. J., for examination of the bldders.
Appllentlnn for Instructions to
Bidders. Form of Proposal, Gonornl
Conditions. Plans and Specifications
i\n<l other contract documents may
be obtained from Hobert F. Jenkins,
Jr., Engineer, 85 Broadway, Den-
"O.P.'SEZ
ly wait to go to ileep in one. We
are rather proud alao ft* O. P,
IHekorMon Electric Co. did tho
electric wiring.
Next week the New Jenwy Power & Light Co. will hold an ehВ»ctrioul nppUimoe, dhow ivt St. CtВ».
cilia's Hall, You bettor plan to attend, InrtlMi, it will be very Internnd Infornmtivt1,
O. 1'. Dlrlt.Thon Khslrlc Co.
Hoover i 'i,,,,
A(lv
SOMEBODY GOOFED —• Laat
week we sent out over 2,000 copies
of a letter to Denville n ildenta in
which we enclosed a card for your
convienetice with the numbers of
the Denville Hospltul, Police, and
B place for you to Mil in your
own Doctor's number. Now my
ANI>
face is red awl I'm all covered
with confusion ami stuff: Homelt.r.A. riot-k Uuillo only ^3-1.00
how or another the plume number
of the Denville Police- wits lusted wan .f 12. lВ»f).
.Sentinel
I'orttiblc ltuititi
only
as Hock 0-1172
The photic num355
ber O. I1. l*>irkt:r.snii Khitrlr Co. $»»'.<><) WII.N $:tl>.ll,'i. .
Mt. Ij
So I hope you will kindly write In
Cinslcy HlDiitl T.V. nnly |UKВ».the correct number, which m Kuck !tf> wan Jf2TO. Of).
•lilllS
IMt-IM). Now 1 will have to kot>|
my .fin^cl'M ITOH.MIHI that I ilon'l >;et
a call sonic murniiif-; about ;i a,in
from .some irate- wife who want.s
tins police to pick up her wayward
husband, 1 hnve made a deal with
Chief Jenkins that I will relay till
Much culls to him anil if he gct.N a
cull for television Hervn-o lie it to
refer them to me, Chief .lenkinn
tells me something like tin* hup
Standard BroitjJ
pened to the Police Dopt. ycura
ttgo when ti locul guruge printed
bu.slne.sa cards with the Police
number and tho Dcpt. WHS iinmedititcly bcHlcRcd by calls for
towing, etc,
Rout* 46
Mogul
Joe Grow is about reiuly to nuivo
into his new Barber Shop nml
Beauty Salon on Hank St. nt tho
rear of the Rockaway Bunk, Joo is
proud of this new whop itiul he has
a right to be. VVnlt till you .MOO
tho new barber chairs, I can hnrd-
ROGER P,
Ro. 9-
The
RAINBO
Liquor Ston
LIQUOR
, N, .!,, on or after tho Sth day
April, l'.>r>R.
No application for plans or spcclllcatlona will be received after the
IM.-U day ot April, lOTif..
Tins Hoard of Kduoatlon reserves
the rltfht to waive minor defects:
and Informalities In tiny bid, and to
reject any or (til bids that are not
In tho betit Interests of the Hoard.
No bidder may withdraw his hid
within forty-live Hfi) diiytt after tint
actual ditto of opening of the bids.
I'omplctlon time Is of the essence,
Hy Order of:
TllH IIOAUD OF KVU'CATION OK
T1I10 TOWNSHIP OK HKNVIU.K IN
TIIK
COUNTY OF MO.UHlf, NEW
I
JERSEY.
S. R. VAN
Secretary
(В«07)
P-nt.-d: AprU B, 9&R
ANY FINISH IN W
of
=
i
S e e t h e '•••; , - - ^
J. H. Jackson Lumber Co.
Rt. 46, RO 9-0225, Denville
mi
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HOME REPAIR!
I
ATTIC conversion
KITCHENS
PAINTING
HEATING
ROOFING
SIDING
CELLARS
Stone-Brick FRONTS
CARPENTRY
MODERNIZING '
ENCLOSURES
The
Welcome Wagod
Hostess
Will Knook on Your
with Gifts & Gr««tlntft
from Friendly BuiinoM
Neighbors and You*
Civio and Social
Welfare Leaden
WELCOME
WAGON
Phone
DEerfield 4-0253
DOver 6-2224
am ^jwitmu pmxt
MAIN STREET AND KELLAR AVENUE
FROM ATTIC
TO CELLAR
as little as $10 month
**• ,*•
NO
Money
Down
Phono Anytime
Rockaway 9-0075
DOvor 6-1"
J. H. JACKSON
LUMBER GO.
RT. 46
DENVILLE
SOPHIA E. WHITHAM — GUSTAV STOBER, JR.
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PRE-CUT'
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on Army toBuy Eddy's Hall on Bowling
from Page 17)
6, Dover,asNew Headquarters hoyI (Continued
hope tho bowlers know why
havon't been getting the В»crthe Memorial Preabytorlan Church, ei In tho paper. I want to thank
which him mudc qwtrtvra avail- overyonu for their klndntsnH and
able for the Army'В» day-to-tliiy oxpruftnloiiM of ayinputhy, and Ht.
HI:
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MUHH card In motnory of our
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liiK Mien, extending from Boon ton d i ' | ) i t r t i i ( | m o t h e r .
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if
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ll'lU'-l III
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llniil
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H I n i l
I'WII M i ' l l l l l l ' I H ( i f O i l ' f i i - n i - r r l
,\ . ]
c | | AS T .S'lcllni.H.
HI-inlily (Cur T i v n V ••
I ' I I I U
u f l i n n , m i l
u l j ; u ,l i n n n y ,
,.! i l l '
)
Two
M'-IIITIITII
uf
Ih - ' l l u ' H l
Noenia to bo getting hotter, with
top twiniH dropping Hotmwlmt and
tin ptnvhiuic of t h o
Niicicd
Heart
II.N.N.
tho lower place teams coming1 up
'oponiky
1 4 4 , 10(1, 1 1 2 ;
Knvnllc
ll llll'Ci'l' llollilqUIU'tol'H
111',
IBS. Ill3; AliHunt
U T i , 1 lift, 1 2 f i ;
in
a
hurry.
It fur .siilviitiini A r m y
toimiiioiiHld 104, 1U4, 1 3 2 ; J. H u c l i o y
Dlvy'fl IH Htlll out In front, but 1 1 ) 1 , l t l t i , 1 1 1 7 .
VllllllilllN l l o K I
only by l\% points over Itooknwny
iiniiiiuiM'oil
Hutu
I S O , 1 8 1 , 1 3 3 ;J u i ' i l i m 1 0 H ,
Uwiviitlon,
CongnitvilntlonH
horo
••, • • • ; V . ( I r a n i
iiifi, 1 2 0 , 1 3 8 ; K u l i r.t ii volunteer group
,;n for luldl- to Tholnm EIIIUTHOH (Hoelcnwuy 1i1 i1 7n;i c y| i ' o 1l i7> (y 1 . —1 7, 31,( 1K21, 2l t;i . 'Cl .O I ' I I I I M 1 2 0 , 1 . 1 1 ,
Roo.) for lior fiOU HOHOH; 181, 221,
n I'oinpli'ti' i l i o (.ruiiH101. It HoomH .Unit everyone on
V . V. A V .
II, | i i - M l n t o K ' 7 , K , 8 , l ! l ; | ;
I . Kliotll*<
tho
Jolly
Joltors
tonni
had
a
good
I Is r o | ; i i l Z ! U i t ( i f t l l P
1 3 1 , 1 2 * . , l l f l : M , T I j v U o 1111, 1 4 8 , 1 4 3 ;
night
limt
woeli.
They
took
four
I'. H o H i n d i
1 4 3 , 1 4 7 . I f (I; I , , K c o l i to I'Mnhli.'ih t h o H l l l I m r i l t 1 8 1 , 1 7 2 . lfiiill.
in lln own porninnpnt from Ijpavcrbrook,
K . o f V.
ARIK'.M
Spoclmk
(H
&
L)
nlfio
V,
Modiuio
Ki; i r > 8 ,
1 0 2 . HIIII'I-IHUI
y npprot'liitive
1
3
f
i
,
1
7
8
,
1
7
2
;
<
\
Hrciit, J r . 1(12, i r , 4 .
hurt ft good night. Hor 484 HOI'ICH
cny I'Xtciiili'il b y t h o
fiS; A l m r i i t
1 2 5 , 1 2 1 , 12Ti; l t l l o y
helped hor town take nil but ono R'.l, 1 9 7 , 1 4 7 .
, in j u ' n n l u i i i j v t o r n from Forrlero'H,
if i t s l i i r i l i i i i M , a n d
IKM'KAWAV WOMIiN'K I.HM1VH
A. T. Slro'n for ProHrrlption*
W o n I,out
'• 44 XV. Main St., Uwlmway
hlvy'H Tavern
(18\4 42\4
ho i i u i i i r y
ROCKAWAY RECOKD, Thursday, April 7,
C^dtuard oUoland
OPTOMETRIST
Hour* 8 A. M. to 7 :ВЈ0 P. M
50 W. MAIN ST.
ROclcaway 9-0090
FiOCKAWAY, N. J.
ROCKAWAY 9-2394
RE-ROOF & RE-SIDE NOW
JVL M. SEAMAN
ROOFING & SIDING CO.
Siding — Gutters — Shingle Seal
Combination Storm Windows, Awnings
85 UPPER RAINBOW TRAIL
DENVILLE, N. J.
1
with
Pop Spot
Itockiiwnv K.ooroHtlon
It * I- I'loiinoi'H
Forrloro Motor*
•lolly .Joltorn
(111
(ilS
R4
81
4(1
fiS
64
B7
KI.1CIT1ON
NOTICIQ
N O I I I P In lii'ioby irlvon tlmt the
Ainu 1 W i i y n o Hhoppn
10
DlfUi'lrt
llumdn of RcK Ihtr.v and
llttt.V l'lhlu-r
H u b Hui'dwul'o
44
(!4
I'iltMMIon will nit in nrul for tho
py tho nivy Tavern
'IVniu H r a i i l t a
HornuKli <if Itiicluiwiiy In tho plncon
It A It 3, V o r r l e r o 1: n i v y ' * 2, hi'iolnaftci' ilpulKnntiul l>otw(В»i*n tho
tho Brunt)
H u b 2; J n l t c m 4, n u a v c r h r o o l t 0{ hiiiirn of dovoii A,M, uml clKht I'M.
|bled Dl\'y to move U o c k a w n y Hor, 3, A n n o W a y n o 1. on Tuomlny, April ID, Hjfifi for t h i
I m l l v l i t u n l Illfflm
tlo wll.W tho
purpono of rondnotliiff ft 1'rlnmry
T l i f l n m lOlnni'Hon 181, 1121, 1 0 1 : lOloclliui for tliii noiiilniitUui of ennC, Tlx' A C took o ICIIi'u
Umillntf 17(1; AKII^H Kpoeltnk ill<Jiiti>n for:
UiS, Ki.i, I M : l l o l i h y i H i n t h o r i i llltl; T w o MoDiliorn of tho (li-ni'i/il A H I Cllfili'ii Too] Co.
i l l u i d 10(1.
Homlily (for T w o Yrurn)
wore I'ovtM'doU by MiitKii I l i II
>t Ii < lВ«-nnrrВ«
T w o Mrluhi'lM of (h(l llolll'll of
Murray tonni ovor
A KoiH'Imli lfiN, HIS, IC.S; A. lli'OUK
I'hoiu'ii
Krvi'luiUli't'c
(for Thvvv
Hotel, tho Shosn l'.'tt, 101), 1 5 4 ; I. I.Oitollo 131, 107, Yon IM)
121: I, HnydKi' Kill, 10S, 118; V. & P U K no
I'oiniifr
(for
T
h
i
c
o
Yi'iira)
|В»vor tho Rncluuvay l\olu 14K, 1 ti<>, 1 \\
OIII> Main nixl d i n ' li'i'iunlo Moinlii'i
IVrrlt-ni M o t o r *
1 tho Condit Truckof th<- Iti'tuililUati Coiinty Cum
K, OIXIIIIIIV I'll, 1 4 1 , 149; 1. I l n n r y
mllti'i' for ciu'li KliM'tinii
iMnrkot.
IK.
tU, i : i l ;
U COIIIIIN 105. 711, 11.1:
lino
Mnli> and Olio 1'iMiwil,'
li'ii'iuli ltlft, 12:i, HO; A, '
Wee Stiuulnrd Con- .1.
l u i ' i h t 1C0, 137, 134.
liilttoo
for onrh I'Hocllon lilnll'lit
1 tho odd gunio from
A n n o WВ«>'iiВ«< MiiK<>rlo Nhoppc
Mnyor <for T w o Y(<В«rВ«)
It. <MivuN \V>, 15S, 12ft; M. W|Hiri
T w o Mouilioi'fl o f tlit* I'luinoll ( f o r
lllli. 108. 04; H, 1'i.i'klll 104, 8B. 113; Thi't'o Y C I I M )
for tho week wore В» , \M\W 112, 128. 1 3 2 ; M. Vi\rlВ«.y 143,
1'orHonn w h o IIUNIIO t o l o n l d t n
530, Nnto Normnn n o , lfKi.
' r i n a n o n t l y o r lllo n o t i o n of eluiin?В«
llni'kntvn}'
I
t
r
r
r
r
n
t
l
n
n
of
I'^HlOonro n m y d o NO nt m y offlrn
plo 523, Sum Currier
A. Flori'llo 1.14. 122, 13(1; ,T. Ilodoll nt t h o niiinl<l|>nl h u l l d l i m o n В» n >
plcrno ,M7, Jim Kor.1.1.1: M. lliilliinl lilf., 134. 131: T,
d a y l u ' t w o o n tlio hourw of 9 A,M,
(Hul>) 82, 82, 7(5; IX ltopil 101, 153,to * I'.M,, a f t e r tlu> r i l m a r y W o o i Doming fts.|, j t m nvn.'li
181, 221, H'l.
l l u n ivhi'N I w i l l aK'tlii llx t h o ho urn
'Chnpmnu ,M3, Wai.
Hub llnriivrnto
for roiilHtrutloii n o d CIIMIKO of rosl
U. n i i i i t b o r n liili, llii, 1.1!>: ,T.
0, Hcrm C'nmlit 5,12,
'liro n o t l o r f r o m April l!Hh t o
ili'iii HI), 12,1, 102; II. K n n p p 90, 1B8, ipti'iiilxn' 21>th.
Herb MoUugh 570, 10!i; M. Illiuiehiiril 111, U ' l . 104; (),
I'lidcr tin' l a w voli'iii i-aiinnt
KUKIIIIH
11.1, n i t ,
143.
Ktvr w i t h t!u< lin-iil Uouviln of . , . „ • Dlry'n T n v r r n
Htry a nil K l o o t l o n i l t l i o r on P r i m a r y
K, lli-ln 1.1.1, 14.1, 1411: l \ Srotlold
Won
I x m t !»«, U 2 . Rft: M. I,i->Knn 133, 111, 1 4 4 ;or U o n o r n l Klootloii d a y , o r ut u n y
o t h o r tliiir a n d thoro IN a h x t i l u t o b
i''i
L':I
V. Khi-r I,IS, 124, 110; II, D u n h a m n o w a y f o r UIOHI. not pi'i'inani'iULN'
|il
2.1
132. 114, lf,.1.
orod to v o l r at t h o I ' r l i n n o
HIT
l l e n v r r t i r n o k Onlr.v
n (hoy HIT 1'i'HlMtcrod on or Imlllriiy
.It"
I-. l'onto 1.17, lf,n, 1S2; <1. ISnnonlto . , . , . Mitroh 10. lflfifi, and pornoiu
i
SI, 77, ION; T. K o h o o (Hull) 11(1, 102,w h o itrti not pi'iniantcly rВ«>B'iВ»tort'i!
aa
I2!l; (I. i l r o w 127. 117. 14(1; J. C o n
l>y Soiitomhor 2y cititiiot vi>tt> a( tin
II
dlt ir>4, 137, Urt.
"oin'ial Klri'tlon,
42
Jolly .loltrrn
Votn'H w h o arc porinnnrntly roВ«l47
1.. ZHbilHklo U 3 , 124, 1S8; 1 \ Hopf c o r e d l>ut hnvti movod to anothor
L'l'i
131, 117, 1214 M. O o n o f l l o 104, IM, olot'tlon dlHtrlct nliu-В»> the lant Oi'liВ»*t Slio
l.if.; 8. M»»ton 140, 128, 121; J. i m r
oral Mlootlon or iilnco thi> IIINI rloo77
ni'ivu l.'lii, IM, ll'.r.,
lion at w h i c h tlu>y votvd IIIUKI lllo
u notion of t'luu\uv> of 1'vnUlonoo olttii>r w i t h t h o r o u n t y Hoard of Klootlonii, Hall of llooonlK, MorrlHtown
N'. J., or w i t h their munlotpal clorli
at loiiwt forty d a y s lioforo the l'rl
mnry In order to voto a l the l'rl
mary, or forty dayВ« b e f o i o the
UonN'ul Klootloii In ordoi" t o v o t i
at t h o Uonoral Klortlon, IIIIIONH they
liuvt- alrotttly doiio В«o. T h U c a n l>В«
dono liy uny w r i t t e n n o t i c e to th<
immlclpnl olerU or the County Hoard
of Klret limn, VCIHOIIH w h o inovo
from one election tllMrlot to nnothor
nfter forty duyn liofore tlio l'i'linary
or <icnerВ«l Klot-llon h a v e the r U h t
unilor t h f law to vote In t h e eloo
FROM
tlon dlntiict irom w h i c h tlioy IDOVIM
iirovldlniv they w e r e
pormunontb
"oKlKloreil In nuoli clectUm dlntvlc
from wlilch
they
movi-d.
Hcfoii
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Page 21
ROCKAWAY RECORD, Thursday, April 7, 1955
Officers Elected
At Lake Telemark
Regional Fresh
Have Work
Announcing
Election of officers was held Sa- Mr. and Miss
turday at the Luke Telemark
Country Club, as follows:
Arne Hendrieksen, president; Morris Hills
Morris Hills
Lelth and Paul
work at the ,\
Arts. Convent inn j,,
on A p r i l 26 iiiihi.siiin^
Charles Barth, vice president;
Richard Smith, secretary; Erling
Thorsen, treasurer; Kdvvurd Beebe, assistant treasurer; l)e Laet,
business iigent and trustees, Waldemur Sedal and Lou Stephuny.
Tlie installation was conducted
by Seldal, who spoke about plans
for the coming year. About $10,000 has been spent lor ('leaning
the lake and the construction of
a daw and $1,000 will be spent
for a new beach and the construction of a parking lot. The
improvements are expected to be
finished before the season begins.
The new officers hope to continue
work on further improvements.
AIX TIIK HONORS that could be won by individual players in
the Lakeland Women's Basketball League were handed to Miss
Gayle SoohVkl of Denville at the League banquet Tuesday night at
Dover Farms. Here she's receiving one of the trophies from Phil
Grassia, the talent studio man.
(Photo courtesy of Dover Advance)
Expert Advice
Obtained for
Babe Ruth'ers
George Appointed
Rec. League Head
George George of Mt. Hope has
been appointed director of the
Rockaway Township Recreation
baseball league. George will be assisted by Bill Sopchak, Art James
and Jake Vandermarit.
The league is comprised of four
teams: the Mt. Hope team directed
by George; Hibernia. guided by
Sopchak; Stoney Brook, managed
by Enrico Standori, and Richard
Mine Jed by Henry Dietrich. Opening day is May 2 and the games
will be played on the Hibernia
flats field.
The program is for the benefit
of elementary school boys, those
interested contact George.
Tryouts will be held May 1 at
the field. April 23 has been designated as the day for preparing the
field. There is no age limit for
helpers.
E. M.
Former major leaguer Dins Makosky of Boonton will help his
brother Joe in training the Penville Babe Ruth League team, it
was announced today by Stanley
Slavinski, Denville's representative in the League and chief umpire.
Dins Makosky formerly
pitched for the Newark Bears and
the Yankees. Joe Makosky is the
team manager.
First tryouts were held Saturday afternoon with about -15 boys
attending. This group, Slavinski
expects, will be sorted to make up
the 15-nian squad of the official
team plus two farm teams, all of
which will play home and away
games. That is, they will if the
adult help continues as strong in
numbers and interest as it was
last Saturday.
The DenviTJe PAL wlil sponsor Mrs. Catherine Mayberry
Funeral services were held Tuesthe teams, providing full uniforms
for the regulars, and caps and jer- day at the Fairmont Cemetery
seys for the farm boys. Eligibles for Mrs. Katherine May Mayberry
are between the ages of Ki and of East Orange, who died Sunday
16-by.July.29th.
in Dover General Hospital.
Mrs. Mayberry had resided for
No Conflict Seen
Babe Ruth ball won't interfere the past few months with her siswith the games of the Denville ter Mrs. Floyd J. Crans. in ROCKRecreation League, directed by A. away.
R, Spinola and Joe Sabatini, acA widow of the late George B.
cording to Slavinski. There Will be Mayberry, she leaves two sons,
no restriction on the Babe Ruth John of North Plainfield and
boys to prevent them from playing George of East Orange; a brother,
on other teams. _
Harry Nixon of Succasunna, and
With Little ceague providing three grandchildren.
supervised ball for the sub-teen
boys, and Babe Ruth for the under
16's, the next older group is turn- Moses O. Sanders
The Rockaway Fire Department
ing to the Denville Cougars for
will hold a funeral service tonight
organized baseball.
Those who tried out Saturday at 8 for Moses O. Sanders, of 105
for Babe Ruth spots include Teddy Jackson avenue, Rockaway, at the
Purdy, Arthur Gary Barnes, Will- Whitham Funeral Home. Religious
ard Endicott, Denis Wengland, services will be held tomorrow at
Robert M. Beneshan, Bob Tonero, 2 p.m. The Rev. Andrew McElwee
Billy Bullwinkel, Arthur G. Rose- of the First Presbyterian Church
berry, Farrell B. Fleming, Fred will officiate. Burial will be in the
Vogel, Richard D. VanOrden, Bill Marceilla Cemetery.
and George Jenney, Jeffery AuMr. Sanders died Tuesday night
gust Barg, Warner Gronemann, aftgjva long illness.
Michael and John Kopas, Roger
Born in Rockaway, Mr. Sand
Blair, Don Barra, Bill Eichelsdoer. ers had been president of the ExfeiyBill Tyrie, Harold Quinn, Bill empt Firemen of Rockaway and
Prester, Micke Costic and Tcke was a member of the Redmen of
Graves.
Rockaway and the First Presbyterian Church. He had worked as
The Marcella Community Club a machinist for the Stapling Mawill meet tomorrow at 8 p.m. at chine Co., but had retired a few
lyears ago.
the clubhoua*.
At the "Go Hridgeton Ball" Sa- t o r D a v i d Kiujp,. lu
turday evening at Morris Hills, week.
John Habuda was crowned "Mr.
The metal wuru
Morris Hills" and Judy Harris,
1
"Miss Morris Hills," by last year's fishlanding nrt by J ,
place set by .lulu,, ^M
winner, Nancy Horsefiekl.
tention of John .1, s.wi'm
John and Judy will be entered sey State Supcrvislir^J
in the competition for Mr. and Arts, a t the rrcotu '
Miss New Jersey High Sihuol" at Industrial Arts Comw.
the National Youth Day Martli bury Park, WIUTC
Gros, May 7, at Brldgeton. Last certificates ot HKyear, Birger Vigsnes, who won the
crown with Miss Horsefield, was
chosen" Mr. New Jersey High
Rock. Rotarianst
School.
The school band, under the di- Panel on Youth]
The Rockaway RotaJ
rection of Herman Dash, is putting
the finishing touches on the in- be host Wednesday, i ; |
tricate maneuvers designed to daz- of the Family Living [
To Endorse Candidates
ile the judges at Hridgeton. The of Morris Hills
The Non-Partisan Citizens As- band and its twirlers are sure School at a luncheon ill
ociation of Kockaway Township they'll bring home a basketfull of Meadow Lake Country!
two groups will pa:
will meet tonight nt the Odd Fel-prizes from the competition.
roun,d-table. discussion K|
lows Hall in Roekaway to select
of "What Problems
candidates they will support in
Federal Windfall for 5H1R
Youth of Today?"
the Primary, April 19.
Morris Hills Regional High
School is certified to receive $8,956 Students taking pitt||
Mr. Sanders leaves a wife, Jen- in Federal school aid money, Sen. cusslon will be Cnthttl
nie L, Sanders; a son. William of Clifford Case announced yesterday. Karen Roggenknmp,
and Carl Geisik. Jtti|
Rockaway; a daughter, Mrs. Edna
Parnell of Fort Monmouth, and
A. F. Silo's for Prescriptions Dunn, family livinpinaj
be moderator.
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