THE WESTFIELO <N. J.> USADER, , AFKIL 27, Wt e3 Members at large elected are as use vehicle-drawn trailers, follows: Frank Baiter, Charles B&rt- \&st Albert B$ogst<m, Fred Bellinger, 'Smokes' Smugglers rented trucks, private and personal automobiles and various types of Excitement Runs Elects, Installs Benhamin firagg, Gerald Brunn- queli, John Butder, Grant But- Smothered Hiding cargo carrying trucks. The most common use is the rented trailer. High for Junior termore, Joseph Cheechio, Emil Another way of smuggling cigar- Dariano, Rogers Desring, Kobert Denkewalter, Bryan Dimmiek, Bong NJ. Turnpike ettes is used by the motorists who tries to conceal his cargo by cover- Prom Goers At the last annual meUing of the DirBois, John Eggleston, Harold New Brunswick—Because the New ing the "hot" item on the back seat By SUSIE BOWDEN Coioniai District, Watchung Area Fazio, Meiv-m Fincke, Harold Glas- Jersey Turnpike is the most direct of the auto with a blanket or some Long hours of decorating, last Council, Frank Baker of Westfield, sey, John Graham, Richard Eruman, and fastest route to New York City other wearing apparel. minute corsage purchases, and 3 chairman of the nominating com- David Harvey, William Holt. KlKos~ from the South, it has become a One motorist traveling the pike p.m. hairdresser appointments are mittee, along with William Ho\t, Dr. ter, Eric Kulp, Henry Kurusz, John common corridor for shipment of went to the trouble of building a ail part of the excitement of the Francis Nelson and Ray Hyers, pre- Lafayette, Chris Laubenfoeimer, Wal- untaxed c'garettes. camouflage compartment m his Westfield High School Junior Pmmf > sented a. slate of officers and mem- ter B. Lewis, H Douglas Merrill, Stats Police assigned to the Turn- pand truck. But it failed. Trooper Which takes place tomorrow night bers at large to be elected by the George IMcMoran, Bert Worthing, pike, however, have intensified vigi- Philip Fink uncovered 8,099 cartons from 3 to 1 a.m. in the varsity gym. Robert* Wyatt, Robert ftJorley, Dr. Many unusual donations will help district committee, lance on illicit cigarette traffic and of cigarettes valued at $12,180. F. Raymond Stoveken of Scotch Francis Nelson, Buss Paitersoa, the results are told in these statis- In most cases, vehicles are stopped give the Prom a special charm. Plains was re-eleeted to serve as Steve Perry, Donald W. Hath, Ed- tics, released by Turnpike Executive for a routine check or a minor in- Eighteen benches and four iron vt>!- district chairman, Re-elected as mund Roberts, Lou Rubt William Director William J. Flanagan. fraction such as tail-light out of leyball net poles were borrowed from vlce-ohairman was Robert Denk- Huy3e, John Schaefer, Dr. Robert During me first three months of order. Then with a combination of the boys' gyro. The track team do- walter of Westfield, James Taylor of Siege), Edward Steel, Kobert Van- this year, 14,333 cartons of untaxed investigationt observation, and con-nated a long cardboard tube which We&iiield was newly elected to serve Voerhies, Rev. h. Keith Barlow, cigarettes, valued at $28,666, were versation with the motorists, one came with pole vault equipment, an vice chairman. Gene Martin of Rev. George E. Byrne, Rev. James seized by State Police during 26 dif- thing leads to another, and a suspi- and juniors donated stone t>en.£hes Scotch Plains was chosen to serve P. Cole, James Conlin, Francis De- ferent incidents on the Turnpike, By cion of untaxed cigarettes is con- and bird baths. A gold plaster cupid, garden hose, again as district commissioner. stortj Zelmer Gilbert, Harry Kaplan, comparison, during the same three- firmed- Officers were installed by Council Fred J. LaBerge, Rsv( Michael a small red carpet, and shrimp cock- tnoath period of 1966, there were President John M, Leavens at the Maseenik, George Matke, Dr. Paul tail glasses will also help decorate Annual District Recognition Dinner last night at Chi-Am Chateau Route W. Rossey, Rev. Stephen Ssabo, only five incidents involving a seiz- ure of 5,609 cartons, valued at $U,- Kinney Director the gym. One hoola hoop will be used. Parents and friends are in- 228. Howard Tontiinson, Edward Tripka. A review of 1966 reveals 76,7195 cartons of cigarettes were seized by Union Camp vited to visit the gym between 4:30 and 7 p,m, tomorrow to see how these items fit into the decorating r WINNERS—Frank Perier, president <f Uie Westfteld Lions Club Is shown congratulating ttie three teenage turnpike police. Value of the cigar- winners of the club's Peace Essay contest They are, left to rifcfti* Mr. Perier, Mary Bllen White, third place ettes was placed at $162,908, Samuel M. Kinney Jr., vice theme, which remains a closely president of Union Camp Corp.was guarded secret until that time, winner; Mary Jo Gredilt first, and John Nelson, wfco was second. Most of the untaxed cigarettes dected a director of the company come from North Carolina, a state Tuesday at the company's annual Frank Nair and his orchestra will which does not impose a tax. Re-meeting. portedly, a carton of cigarettes is provide the music. A group of soph- purchased anywhere from $1.85 to Mr. Kinney, a Westfield council- es, and hat check girls. MeDermott Fails omores will act as waiters, waitress- Lions Club Honors $1.90 and resold in New York for man joined Union Camp in 1982 as Guests will be greeted by Mrs. $3,50 to $4.00, a viae president and corporate Kathleen Stephens, Junior ciass ad- New York officials, according to secretary, Previously, he had beeft viser, and her husband; Barb Toddie, to Halt Peace Essayists one report, listed losses of $50 mil- vice president and general counsel general prom chairman, and her lion last year in taxes from illegal of Dayslrom, Inc.He is a graduate date, Beryl Taylor; Jeff Kahn, jun- of Pennsylvania Stale UniversHy ior class president and his datef Striker Three teenage students, winners in the Westfield Lions Club Peace cigarette operations, Essay Contest, were honored last Thursday night by theclub in the Moun* Troopers patrolling the turnpike and the Hutgers University School of Elyse NubeK Unemployment benefits, for strik- tainside Inn. have developed a "sixth sense'' Law, and is a director of New Committ<?e chairmen are Peggy ing workers becomes law in New Mary Jo Gredd, 16, daughter of Mr, aiid Mrs, Joseph A, Greek! of 744 when it comes to stopping suspicious Jersey Life Insurance Company and Kass, art: Rich Jasewski, band; •Jersey Jan. 3, IS6S, following an un- looking motorists suspected of haul- the Allied Container Corporation. John Petrucione, cleanup and tux-successful attempt Monday by Oak Ave., is the winner of the $200 first prise. Ha resides at 355 Wyehwood Rd, Mm Nelson, son' of Mr, and 'Mrs* Fred J* Nelson of 000 Kensington ing cigarettes, Flanagan said. edo rental; Shirley Cloyes, coat- Union County Assemblyman Frank Dr., WestHeld, was awarded the $100 second prixe and Mary Ellen White, Of the S3 incidents on the turn- room; Mary Jane Korn, correspond- X, McDermolt to have the measure daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Edward N. White Jr. of 925 Columbus Av«.» pike last year involving cigarette Boy Hurt in Altack ence ; Nancy Trimble and Ellen sent back io committee. , was awarded the $50 third seizure, Moorestown Station is cred- Quackenbos, decorations; Bill Hoi- Gov., Richard J. Hughes signed declared, "is invalid. We can't vote prize. ited with making 45 arrests. Trooper Patrolman Joseph Spoto Tuesday shuh, finance; Cathy Cake, flowers; the bill after it squeezed through on gross error," John Billiek, assigned to that station^ investigated an assault on a juvenile Diane Pearson, gifts; Betsy Herbcr- the House by a 32-2! margin. Thirty- Miss Gredd, a student at Holy The motion to recommit lost 26-17. made 17. by two other Edison Junior High ich, invitations; Gary Jacob, light- one votes were required for passage. A jammed gallery of latx>r pro- Trinity High School, will represent Of the 26 seizures during the first School youths. The victim suffered ing; Jeanne Howe and Jinny Zobel, Only two otner states, New York ponents broke into a cheer when the local Lions Club in Lions Inter* three months of this year, Billick a fractured elbow and facial cuts. ou£-otoown guests; Anita Madea, Pennsylvania, Louisiana, Tennessee the final vote was taken after an national's $50,000 peace essay con- •m Mr, ami Mr*, .lum.« tutin-y, tmmvriy «f ftpvrsrfa, aire n«w IB tli*lr B#w lntme n* ftitt .UruniiUttt ||fl, f NViKth riiitn*. is credited with 11 arrests. The Juvenile Bureau is continuing patrons; Sara Beth Overbay, pro- and Alaska had similar measures impassioned three-hour debate. The test which was Initiated to stimulate HIIHIC thi-^ilKli (lip ttilitv «f IV111tnm A, Clarfe, Ht>n]f«r, Motorists hauling illegal cigar- the probe. gram; Cindy Gieieh, publicity; Sue but repealed them. vote came about 20 minutes before and elicit tlie views of today's youth Nelson, refreshments, ami Pani Workers idled by an employers a 5:30 p.m. adjournment deadline on peace. She will proceed to the* Mayo. lockout would receive strike benfils that had been imposed because of district level -of the international immediately. Strikers would have the start of the Jewish holiday, contest and* if successful, her essay Mineralogists to Meet to wait seven weeks before being Passover. will bo judged in the rmilllpLe dls* eligible for benefits over a 20-weck MeDermolt argued in vain that trict contest and will have an oppor- The New Jersey Mineralogies! So- period. tbo bill was a battle between two tunity to be judged at the world dU ciety announces the May meeting The bill also increases the maxi- special interest groups—labor and vision level of the Society will be held May 2mum benefit from $50per week to business—with the blue collar worker The winning essay was selected by in the lecture halt of the Union Jun- about $C2. being denied a true voice in whether a panel ol judges cotisteuflg of Giles ior College, Springfield Ave,, Craft- McDcrmott demanded that the or not he wanted strike benefits. At wood, Gordon T\ Parry and Mrs. ford, at 8 pjn. The speaker of the measure be reviewed in committee The Westfield Bepublican pre- E. D. Seller, Tfvuy said herwork was evening will be Dr. Arthur Mont- because it does not define the word dicted that industry devolpment will a "thoughtful evaluation at peace," gomery of Lafayette College, Easton, "lockout"; at least 15 technical grind to a halt and create "a throw- The $50,000 In awards in the intur- Penna. His talk will be "The Min- errors in the text and the discrimin- back to the 30s when runaway shops natlonol contest includes a first prize erals of Pennsylvania." The program atory nature of the bill which Mc- moved to Pennsylvania and the of $25,000 in educational and/or ca- Is open to the public. Derrnott said permits strikers to South. reer-assistance grant, eight semi- receive strike pay from unions in "Think of the long range future finalist awards of $1,000 each asi4 addition to the state unemployment of our state," McDerrnptt implored, travel expenses to Chicago, III. in LEADER ADS benefits; "think of the biuo collar worker. 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