Troop 178 awards badges
y Feptto TUera, JefN3owa
and Andrew trodden.
Thursday, February 5,1917
Troop 178 .held a communion
breakfast and court of honor Jan, 2V Tenderfoot rank was
Ricky Darling and Ray
Jane Kluge i
Merit badges were awarded to David A funeral wfll be held system for U years.
Durand for mamimfot Tun Elliott Second-class rank was awarded to
fif fttofci ' Jc
for~citiz«nshipin the nation ^
ivairy church women to community, Chris Garrison, mam-
mals, Mike Magee, pioneering, and
yi «t II a.n!1nffi9 First
Presiding over the awards , Church. Friends, may visit today
ceremony were^Al tSaUfi advance* fcjora 1 to 4 pjn. and 7 to » pjn. at the
Jim Sauer, personal management
old pre-Lenten retreat Skill awards were given to Ricky
Darling and Steve Buraczynski. The
ment chairman, Jim Magee, senior Gray Memorial Funeral Home, Blrs. the PWMusorority and the
parents committee chairman, P.T. Kluge died suddenly Monday at Women's Club of cranford.
Gallagher, scoutmaster. Ken-Mager, Rahway HospitaL also a. member of the First
i Rev. Gladys G. Moore pastor sylvania and New Jersey. Her song, rank of scout was awarded to Tom She was born in Newark and lived Presbyterian Church and sang in its
.^Bethany Lutheran Church in "God's People Puzzle", was the Bell. Matt Sullivan, Ed Billson, Tun Howie Garrison. Bob Shramek Sr., Thursday. February 5,1987
Jersey City, will speak at the pre- theme song for the 1985 Fortress Reilly, Chris Dorsett, William assistant scoutmasters, and Rev. in Elizabeth before moving to Cran- Chance) Choir. ;
Lewis Papera, chaplain. ford in 1956.' She worked as a legal Surviving are her husband, Carl A.
Lenten • retreat conducted by the Vacation Church School Series. Billson. Kevin Callahan, Brian secretary forCbamberlln and Hob- Kluge Jr.; two daughters, J3etsy A.
Lutheran Church Women (LCWL of Another of her songs, "Sing. Sister, ble, Ejq*., for the past five Kluge of Morristown and Cynthia L.
Calvary Lutheran Church, beginning
^t^eaO^sn7-Saterdayri?eb. 14, at
Stag" was written for the 15th an-
niversary celebration of the ordinal
Scouts place 3rd in winter carnival at l>bme,-and n e r - t i
teacher in the Cranfbrd public school evinney of Cranford.
Calvary. tion of women in the Lutheran Boy Scout Troop 79 was third-place ing, flag semaphore signaling and
Rev. Moore has been pastor at
Bethany for more than two years. As
Church in America, held at Stony- winner in the winter carnival spon-
point Center, N. Y. in October 1985. sored by the Watchung Council,
pole-lashing. Total time was also con-
sidered. - Harry Chapman Jr.
part of her ministry, she serves as Rev. Moore was a Bible study Lenape District of the Boy Scouts of Representing TroopJTO were Scott Harry G. Chapman Jr., 46, died Garwood. He was a communicant of
delegate to the Interfaith Community leader at the LCW Trienniel Conven- America. Competition took place Aschmies, Ted BerryjJgToin Berry, Monday at his home in Cranford S t Anne Church, where a funeral
Organization, an ecumenical tion in Chicago last July, and was Saturday at Rahway River Park in Steve DeLazarro, Phil Tqorin, Eric after a brief illness. He was a life- Mass was offered Wednesday. '
association of churches and church- chaplain and a featured speaker at Clark. Ponczek and Jon Wichmann. long resident of Cranford.
related agencies committed to the LCW State Convention at Ocean Scouts worked as a team to push or _ All boys age 11 and older are in- . Mr. Chapman was a project --'Surviving are his wife, Lorraine
change and social Justice through the City in November. pull a six-foot long wooden "Yukon" vited to join Troop 79 which meet s manager for Ciba-Gcigy Corp. in Kenney Chapman; two sons, Donald
empowerment of people. She is also She also has written curriculum for style sledge, between six "cities." Tuesday at 7:30 at Bates Hall of the Summit for. 22 years. He was a S. and Douglas H.. both at home; his
chaplain of the Lutheran Parochial church-related activities. She is a Judging took * place in compass First Presbyterian Church. Scout- graduateoOf Middlesex County Col- mother, Emily Gurska Chapman of
School of Jersey City. graduate of West Chester State Col- reading, first aid; cooking, axe handl- master is Henry Wichmann. lege and Newark College of Cranford. Memorial donations to the
4; singer and songwriter, Rev. lege, Temple University and The Engineering in 1976 with a degree in Deborah Hospital in Brown* Mills
Mojire has given concerts at various
congregations throughout Penn-
Lutheran Theological Seminary at
Philadelphia. The public is invited: Merit badge workshop at UCC industrial engineering. He was a would be appreciated. Arrangements
member of the Msgr. John Walsh were completed by the Dooley
Union County College and the Wat- struction and special equipment not Council 5437, Knights of Columbus of Funeral Home.
Film series fof parents chung Area Council of the Boy Scouts
of America will conduct a merit
badge workshop oh Saturday.
readily accessible to boys ages 12 to
to be shown at Alliance The woricshop will offer numerous For details call James Kane or 1
Ralph. F. Morrison, 78, died Jan. 27 sons, James F. McAvoy of Fairfax,
merit badge subjects and provide in- Catherine Ryan at 276-2600, ext. 285. at his home in Cranford after a brief Va., and Robert F. Jr. of Flanders;
A one-hour film, "A Father Looks purpose of human life, and love for illness. He was born in Milford, two daughters, Margaret Britton
Back," will be shown-*t Cranford God and mankind, beginning with the Maine, and lived here the past. 25 Norris of Chatham and Susan M.
years. Sprague of Commack, N.Y.; two Building at 225 South Ave. was the site of an
Alliance Church Wednesday at 7:30
p.m. as the first in a six-part series of
films on parenting_produced by Dr.
i in keeping with its renewed com-, Obituaries Mr. Morrison Was an electrical brothers, Edward of Providence,
engineer for various companies until R.I., and Frank of Fort Lauderdale,
undercover county prosecutors operation the
past five months which Tuesday night netted
owner of No. 225 and adjacent Norco Awards
Co., Norman Greenhouse of Fords, was sur-
prised yesterday to-discover that his 'tenant,'
mitment to minister to families, retiring in 1980. He was a member; Fla.; four* sisters, Margaret Westcott
James Dobson and his wife, Shirley. Alliance Church has also scheduled a 87. car theft suspects Irr the largest operation Transfer Auto Exports, was actually the coun- Enjoying the results of their labors are scouts Sharp and ^Gregory Rybeck; standing, Billy
The theme of the'series is ''Turn deacon, usher and trustee of the and Alice Oakes, both of Old Town, of its kind In the state. The site formerly was enjoying tne results OT tneir labors are scouts bnarp and Gregory Rytjeck; standing, Billy
ty prosecutor staff. Story on Page 1. Photo by
Your Heart Toward Home" and will
film series for parents of teenagers.
The four-part series, "How to Really Pauline Lindsay Cranford First PresbyterianChurch, Maine; Betty- Clark of Milford,
where a funeral service was offered Maine; and Anna Meade of
occupied by the Hirsch Construction Co. and _ ureg Price. of webelos Troop 75 who prepared pancake Browne, Glen Evans, Anthony Goodell and-
breakfast Sunday at St. Anne School. Seated, ^....pavld Spera.___ •
feature a different film each Wednes- Love Your Teenager," wiUbeshown Medrecoh medical supply company. The
day, evening from Feb 11 to March Mrs. Pauline Moody Lindsay, 80, menuWtf the Ilderan Outing Club in Sa . Buqksport, Maine: 12 grandchildren "Tro#le1t7arei Danny Saad7J3rlairVVag7ieTr6ffan
May 6,13, 20 and Rahway. " He vfas a member of the Cranford and six^reat-grandchildren.
The first film, "A Father Ltoks
Back," reflects on the meaning and
died Monday at Rahway Hospital
is invited to view both after a brief -illness. She was born in
series. Admission is free. Cranford and moved to Rahway 53
Her husband, Brainerd D. Lindsay, Old Guard as well as the Masonic -"Memorial contributions to the
died in 1944., Surviving nro a .ann^R- Lodflg of Maine, St. John's Comman- -American HeaTi Association or
Thefts Increase 6*8% over previous year Zone board denies
-years-agti * i u T o f C h a p e l Hill, N.C.; a
daughter, Constance Lindsay Bangor, Maine.
in Maine,' and the Shrine in Deborah Hospital in Browns Mills
would be appreciated. Arrangements
The total number of thefts hi Gar-
wood during 1906 increased by 6.8
were entries in to busil
-The total number of/larcenies
reported in 1986 includes: assaults,
33, the same as 1985; narcotics of-
The Board of Adjustment
Methodist-women to hold meeting Mrs. Lindsay was an assistant at
the Rahway, Public Library for 12
Watkins of Manasquan; a brother, His wife, Helen Klase Morrison, were completed by Gray Memorial
Elliott E. Moody of Cranford; a died last year. Surviving are two Home.
percent over 1985. There were 221
thefts in all categories last year com-
stayed about the same with 173
reported in 1986 and 175 the year
fenses, 10, an increase of 5; liquor
law violations, 31, an increase of 18;
unanimously denied the continued'
Laura Shub, director of volunteer on Tuesday at l p.m. She will address, years until retiring in 1980. She was a pared with 207 the year before when use of a non-conforming two-family
sister, Constance Moody Hodges of before. The major incidence of driving under the influence of dwelling at 301 Center St. owned by
resources of the Interfaith Council the problems of the homeless in member and deacon of the Second
for> the Homeless in Union County general and congregational hospitali- Presbyterian Church, and was a
Santa Fe, N.M.; six grandchildren
and a great-grandchild.
_ Mary Ann Cassidy thefts had risen by 11 percent.
The figures are contained in the an-
larceny was Shoplifting. Fifty-eight
cases were reported in 1986 com-
alcohol, 15, an increase of 2, and
disorderly conduct, 41, an increase of
Stanley and Dolores Dombrowski.
The applicants, who are renting out
will speak at the monthly meeting of ty. nual police report, compiled by pared With 40 in 1985. Thefts from 5.
the United Methodist Women of the The public is invited. Mrs. Mary Ann Cassidy, 76, of Club of Kenilworth. Her husband, a first floor apartment, sought to
Kenilworth, died Jan. 22 at the George W. pass idy died in 1986. Ar- Thomas Colwell, chief autos increased from 13 to 25 and the There was a slight decrease in the
Cranford United Methodist Church The most significant area of in- change the use from a "mother/
theft of auto parts declined from 35 to number of traffic accidents from 283
Gudruri Pedersen Jersey Shore Medical Center. She rangements were completed by the
" crease was in robbery. There were 25 J i c y d e thefts were down from 15 in 1985 to 278 in 1986. Of these 175
daughter" house .to a two-family
Archbishop's appeal begins Mrs. Gudrun Mathisen Pedersen, member of St. Mark Lutheran
was a member of the Republican Kenilworth Funeral Home.
nine, reported in 1986 compared with
none the previous year. Of these,
to six last year. were major accidents compared to
house in a one-family zone, The zon-
ing violation was uncovered during
The number of stolen cars increas- 183. There were 104 accident injuries,
The, Archdiocese of Newark will
begin its 1987 archbishop's annual ap-
grams including Catholic Communi-
ty Services, Campus Ministry, Youth
89, died Sunday at the Delaire Nurs-
ing Home in Linden after a brief il-
Church in Linden. George Volkmann seven involved "strong arm" tactics ed sharply, up from 14 in 1985 to 24 an increase of 23.
revaluation inspections. The ap-
plicants can either appeal the deci-
Her husband, Otto B. Pedersen, and one robbery'was committed with last year. - Police also report 401 ambulance
peal with a pledge Sunday Feb 8 in Ministry Services, Ministry of lness. She was born in Norway and George W. Volkmann, 67, died Edison for 39 years until retiring 10 a gun. sion or return the house to one-family
came to the United States in 1944 set- died in 1970. Surviving are a son, Qtto years ago. Mr. Volkmann was a Vandalism showed a slight calls, an increase of 3. Policemen use.
parishes throughout Bergen, Essex, Catechesis and Education and Tuesday at Elizabeth General The number of burglaries decreas- decrease from 93 cases in 1985 to 85 compiled a total of 113,073 miles on
Hudson and Union counties. Seminarian tuition Program. tling in Linden. She lived in B. Jr. of Jackson; six grandchildren Medical Center after a brief illness. member, of the Congregation of
. The archbishop's annual appeal This year's goal is $4.6 million, a Kenilworth the past 35lyears.
Mrs. Pedersen was a saleswoman
and- four great-grandchildren. A
funeral service was held- at
He was born in Union City and lived Jehovah's Witnesses Kingdom Hall
ed from 18 In 1985 to IS last year. Of
these, five involved residences and 10
cases last year.
A summary of other crimes
five squad cars, an increase of 1,148
miles on three cars in 1985.
provides nearly one-third of the goal Archbishop Theodore McCar- in Cranford for 33 years. ,_v in Cranford. He was an Army
necessary, operating"" revenues for rick believes is realistic if "everyone for Bamberger's in Newark for many Mastapeter . Suburban in Roselle He was a warehouse foreman for
« • : - ; . ' • • . * ! • • - • • • •
Park on Wednesday. veteran of Werld War II.
most parish'service program*. Dona- can give something". years until retiring in 1962. She Was a the Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. in Surviving are his wife, .Constance I^fu^r^'^ii^-^;'^'''",': •' '.'"
tions help make, possible many pro- For information call 596-3723. Winger Volkmann; two sons, Robert Frank Spera was elected chairman
Carrie Giordano Overlook mai^ke— • W: of Cr*af«*£*itd Thomu, C of - of the Garwood Planning Board at its
reorganization meeting last week. He
-Edison; W o daughters, Lynne
Mrs. Carrie I. Giordano, 91, died Surviving are two daughters, Mendes of Brick Township and Gale -succeeds Richard Beyerl whose term
Saturday at the Ocean Point Health Elena Kozair of Cranford and Gloria one millionth CT Volkmann of Ormond Beach, Fla.; on'the board expired in December.
Spera was appointed to a four-year
jCare Center in Sojners Point. She Westoh of Orinda, Calif; a son, seven grandchildren and a great-
was born in Irving ton and lived in Overlook Hospital recently produc- grandchild. Arrangements were Chefs at Boy Scout pancake breakfast Sunday were Doug Marel, term Jan. 1 and had served on the
A personally Robert of Hammonton; a brother, ed its one-millionth computed completedby Mastapeter Suburban. board previously. He was chairman
Orange for many years and Union for front, and John Stoj. Photos by Greg Price.
challenging film 18 years. Edward S. Minnerly of Union; a tomography (CT)' scan on their in 1979 and 1980.
series that every She was the widow of Ralph E, sister, Mrs. Charles Anthony of Siemens Somatom system. Overlook atta^-waa-elected vice-
Giordano, an attorney whu served as" is the 13th hospitaMn the U.S. chairman and Mario Gurrieri was
Jackson; IS grandchildren and 12 achieve this level of performance reappointed board attorney.'
city .commissioner in Orange for 24 great-grandchildren.
years. with a single Siemens computed
Dr. James Korsten, director of
"TURN YOUR HEART TOWARD HONE" John MuUaly radiology at Overlook, said that the
Somatom computed tomography on liquor charge
features Dr. James Dobson. a renowned Christian
psychologist, and his wife, Shirley. All films begin at
John Mullaly, 90, a.resident of
Cranford Hall Nursing Home for the
former Turco Products Co. in
Newark for 22 years until retiring in
(CT) scanner, engineered by
Siemens Medical Systems, Inc., has
INSURANCE Garwood resident Jerry Conlin,
owner of B ft B Liquors, 109 Center
7:30 PM on Wednesdays In the church sanctuary. past 10 years died there Friday after 1958. Surviving are two sisters, Bar- operated at a very high efficiency Auto • Home * Yacht St., was found not guilty in Garwood
ADMISSION IS FREE. CHILD CARE PROVIDED
a long illness. He was bom in New-
foundland. Canada, and lived for 50
years in Newark.
bara Humphries and Catherine
McNanara, and 15 nieces and
Chuck Corogenes, the Cranford-
based sales representative for
272-4770 Municipal Court Jan. 26 of violating
the borough's liquor law of serving
alcohol to an underage person.
"A Father Looks Back" FEB. 11 He worked as a custodian for the Siemens, participated in a ceremony Conlin, 30, was charged with the of-
recognizing the millionth CT along Insurance Agency, Inc.
fense on Sept. 20 after John Haydu,
"' "Power in Parenting: The Young Child" • FEB. 18 with Peter Weiss of the company. 20, of 317 Hazel Ave. was arrested
ASH WEDNESDAY EFFECTIVE LIVING SEMINAR
"Power in Parenting: The Adolescent" FEB. 23 An Ash Wednesday evening of The "Effective Living I" seminar and charged with purchasing alcohol
"The Family Under Fire" MAR. 4 prayer will be held Wednesday, will be held at the Cenacle Retreat Medicare signup_ Congressman James Plorio, second from elected councilmen, from left, Michael Crin-
from B & B along with other offenses.
March 4 at 6 p.m. at the Cenacle House, 411 River Road, Highland
"Overcoming a Painful GWJdhood'J MAR." 11 Retreat House, 411 River Road, Park on the Feb. 27 to March 1, 1987 through March
right, addressed the Garwood Democrats'
victory dinner Friday on the importance ot
coli, Dennis McCarthy, Charles Lombardo and
Georgians Gurrlerl, mayor, Photo by Greg
"The+leritage" MAR. 18 Highland Park. It includes con- weekend and is designed to Increase local government. He's posing with newly
ferences, quiet time, supper and sense of. self-worttf~HM personal The general enrollment period for
liturgy. For reservations call
power. Call 249-8100. "7 the medical Insurance part of
Florio : local government most important 1 I Registration for the Garwood Little
THE CRANFORD ALLIANCE Medicare runs from now through the
end, of March. ALLISON -League-wiU-tak
7 to 9 p.m. at the baseball field. Boys
rtttmcti ; —:_ People who passed up the chance
for this protection or who had it and
By PATRICIA VAN ARNUM
fought effort," Florio addressed the
significance of local government by
local officials "a great challenge"
. due to the combination of increased and girls in the first grade through
Retford at Cherry St. Cranfotfd dropped out can again enroll. Protec- James Florio (D-lst District) ad- calling it the "the most Important ""responsibilities for local govern- the age of 13 are eligible to register.
tion for those who sign up during the dressed a group of 150 Democratic level of government." He added that ments coupled with reductions in
276-1617 Local Moving the handling of local concerns, such revenue sharing monies. He also urg- AUXILIARY TAKES BREAK
general enrollment perold will start supporters at a victory dinner honor-
July l. The Federal Government & Storage ing Georgians Gurrieri, mayor, and as snow removal, public safety, ed citizens to become "apostles of the There is no meeting of the Ladies
pays about three-fourths' of the newly seated Borough Council pothole repair, and garbage collec- system" by participating in the Winners in recent free throw basketball contest sponsored by Auxiliary of the Garwood Fire
fngt3 from gftngrnl members Michael Crincoli, Charles tion, can either help formulate a governmental process. ' - Knfghts of Columbus were, standing, from left, Matt Dolly, An- Department in February. The next
revenues. Enrolled pay the rest. 213 SOUTH AVE E Lombardo and Dennis McCarthy at a positive view of government or "sour thOnyGaldi, Kim Eagan, Jill Malkowski; kneeling, Billy Rogakos, meeting is March 5.
Medical insurance complements the CRANFORD celebration Friday at the Westwood. the concept of government.'' Florio was follwed in the program Patrick DISarro.
Four generations _ hospital Insurance part of Medicare. Congratulating the mayor and He also called the task facing the by Crincoli, Lombardo, McCarthy
new Garwood officials, and other and Gurrieri, who each thanked their Winners named in A KEN GORDON PRODUCTION • OUR I T U . YEAR • 425* VENDORS
FUNERAL of service provided
in a facility of
Hospital insurance helps pay for
medically necessary tnpatient
hospital care and certain follow up
care in a skilled nursing facility or at
council members on their J!hud
Young trio nabbed iri stolen
supporters. Crincoli added that he
"waited a long time to help" the peo-
ple of Garwood and was looking for-
basketball contest COMPUTER
A morning of renewal for women
Three Garwood police officers
worked together Sunday to ap-
prehend three juveniles who were In
juveniles were apprehended in the ward to working^or "the betterment
immediate area. of Garwood." Lombardo extended
his thanks as well and McCarthy add-
Two of the boys were 14-yeara-old ed that if he could do just a little what
The local Knights of Columbus
recently sponsored council and
district basketball free throw com-
petitions at St. Anne School.
SHOW. SALE &
will be held Tuesday, .Feb. 11, from
9:30 a.m. to noon -at the Cenacle
"Retreat House, 411 River Road,
possession of a stolen car. Ptl. Paul
Sakelaredies attempted to stop a 1978
Ofdsmoblle at about 10:30 p.m.,
and one was 16-years-old. All were his father did as mayor, "I'll be hap-
residents of Elizabeth and all were, py-" , ....'
The winners in the boys' groups
were: Matt Dolly, 14 years old; An-
thony Galdi,-13-years old- Patrick
released to their parents. Juvenile
ORTH AVR/WEST, CRANFORD PHONE 276-0255 driven by one of the three youths,
after he saw the car going/In the complaints have been filed against Gurrieri (iddedlhat she naTsfa lot DiSarrd, 12, and Billy Rogakos, 11.
Winners in the girls' event were Jill
Saturday Feb. 7 -^9 AM to 4 PM
Francis J . Dooley Jr. Manager ~*~ -wrong direction on the 300-block of all three for possession of the stolen of hope for the borough of Garwood."
car, ~ ' filed Other Garwood officials attending Malkowski, 14, and Kim Eagan, 13 Wm. Paterson College - REC CENTER
Willow-Avenue, which is a one-way. '" Tte~Wulners are 'eHgibTeTb cotiv-
DOOLEY COLONIAL HOME DEDICATED TO DIGNIFIED When he signalled the car to pul) against the driver for being an included: Frank Spera, Democratic pete in the regional contest at St. Wayne, Now Jersey
over, the three juveniles got out and ^unlicensed driver and for driving, in municipal chairman; George Mary Church, Bayonne, on Feb. 7. TAKE INT. 80 OR RTE 46 TO ROUTE 23 NORTH - EXIT R I Q H F
556 VC'cstfleld Ave.. AXeStfkUl
Joseph V. Dooley Manager SERVICE SiNCE 1897. fled. Sakelaredies chased Uiem, the wrong direction on a one-way Casabona, John McCarthy and Ed They will be honored by the Garwood AT RATZER ROAD, - STAY ON RATZER RD. APPROX. 4 MILES
assisted by Ptl. Robert McCarrick street. All charges have been refer- Tripka, former mayors: John Knight)! of Columbus at a communion
red to Family Court. Banyasz, former councilman and TO COLLEGE ENTRANCE - FOLLOW REC. CENTER SIGNS
and Ptl. Ronald Givens, and all three undersheriff; John Gallagher, breakfast biter this year.-
• For IBM Ac Clones, Apple, Commodore^et&
Resident fined on three offenses former councilman; Bob Renaud,
borough-attorney; Mario Gurrieri, Hospital honors • Hardware, Software, Book*. Supplies
Warren Ousterman, 23, of 413 hypodermlc syringe. He pleaded planning board attorney; Doris
Center St., pleaded guilty In Garwood guilty to the possession Monday and Polidore, borough clerk;'Richard junior volunteers • Printers, Monitors, Modems, Parts A More
wain fined an additional $180.
Municipal Court Monday to three
charges. He was arrested Aug. 6 at
Polidore, school board member;
John Masterson, retired postmaster; Susan McDonald and Jeanine
• New, Used, Surplus, Cloieouts - save UHMM*
Warm, cozy and secure... FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Pathmarklby Ptl. Dennis Lesak after Ronald Blackshear, 36, of Roselle Eileen Masterson, former tax collec- Rybeck of Garwood received awards • Over 2,000 Free Parking Spaces nearby
Thanks Reel-Strong. FRED II. GRAY. JH.
• _DAV!D B. CRAWEI, be stole a black leather purse from a was convicted of assisting in a tor; John Conlin, Garwood represen- from Rahway Hospital for working • NEW LOCATION - Hald a»—iawhr mt A M M IMMUW
WILLIAM A. DOYLE shopping cart there. He was charged shoplifting at The Leather tative to the regional school board; 100 or more hours as junior
RBEL-STR0NQ with the theft and with possession of Warehouse, W Center St., on Dec. 17. and Mike Hajduk, school board. volunteers. They were among 70 • Our Largest Show - 425 Vendor Tables
-stolen property, and pleaded guilty to Blackshear pleaded not guilty but Also attending were: Anne Conti, teen-age volunteers who received the
Hearting «f Air Conditioning both charges Monday. Judge James was found-guilty of helping Richard county surrogate; Joanne Raloppi, awards. . ADMISSION : Adarts $7.00 - Child (S-12) $4.00
549 Lexington Ave » Cranford Leonard YEwf Oustennan a total of Cook steal two pairs of leather pants county registrar: Dan Aschenbaeh,
-worth |240. Cook was ajlso charged, Oanford committeeman; Barbara
MNg BMJ SAVE $1.00 PER ADULTt ?
276-0900 WESTFIELD; 318 East Broad St., Fred H. Gray, Jr Mar 1310.
In a separate incident, Ousterman fined $150 and given« Jail sentence Brando, former Cranford mayor; SELZAM INSTALLED INFO CALL (101) 297-2526
fftiftntttm.*!. S p r i n g ^ Ave.) William A. & £ l E f t i for time served fa Union County Jail Mike DeMartino, former Elisabeth Dolores Selzam of Garwood was
was airrested Aug. 21 by Ptl. Robert SHOW HELD REGARDLESS OP WEATHER, CONDITIONS,
McCarrick on a warrant and was after being found guilty in Municipal councilman, and Pat O'Donnell, installed financial secretary of the
Court. Blackshear was fined $180. former Rahway city chairman. ' — Plalnfield Gesang-und Turn-Verein. SNOW OB SUN - ITS ALL INDOORS, 30,000 8 a FIET1
found to be in posseftaion of a
• i J -tJ,-^..^.