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					                                         SOUTH AMBOY, N . J.
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                                                                                    Adv»fti»ing U t i Than                     Thursday, November 10, 1960
                                                                                                                                                                                       Price 5c (Oirt of Town 7t




     Variance Case Taken                               CHARMELLO WINS SMASHING VICTORY                                                 DEMOCRATS WIN FUU CONTROL OF COUNCIL
      To Supreme Court                                 City Gets First Three-Term Mayor                                                Schuitz Leads All Candidates With 2816 Votes
                                                                                                                                                  The Republican Party'! and Henry Billemeyer otf
    One of the matter* taken                                                                                                                teplratlons In gaining a SayTevllle. Metzger obtain*
  up by the Board of Public                                                                                                                 foothold in the City Ooun* ed 2712 vow*; Lee received
  Works Monday wastihe no«-                                                                                                                 c*l w e r e dashed to the2686; Clark had 1402, and
                                                                                                                                            ground Election Day as all Billemeyer got 1412.
  approval given Voyvs Ru                                                                                                                   Democratic candidates won          Similarly, John T. Mc-
  Cleaning Co. for its vari-                                                                                                                handidly.                      Carthy, the JlepubBcan
  ance application will be                                                                                                                      Newcomer Fred Henry candidate for freeholder
  further contested in the                                                                                                                  won hi the Second Ward by seeking to fill an ufiexpirsd
  New Jersey Superior Court.                                                                                                                a vote of 494 to 294 for a term on the board, lost to
      Plaintiffs to the contro-                                                                                                             200-vote margin and a 5 Edythe S. McAndrew. Mc-
  ^iwny were listed as Harold                                                                                                               to 3 ratio and Incumbent Carthy received 1827 votes;
  PlMkov, Etta M. Fllskov.                                                                                                                  John Howley won the deci- McAndrew obtained 2490
  John 0. Pooling, Meta Doo-                                                                                                                sion In the Third, Ward votes.
  ttng, Michael J. Oolucci, Ed-                                                                                                             with a 549 to 335 count for      The local poiis recorded
  ward J. Xynn, Meta Lynn,                                                                                                                  a 214-vote difference and a one of the largest v o t e
  Anna J. Olpas, Victoria                                                                                                                   7 to 4 ratio.                  furrtout ever encouri'-fed
  Hamman, Edward Linden                                                                                                                       Richard Bchults, the Dem- in the dty. Much of the In-
  and KUen Linden.                                                                                                                          ocratic candidate for coun- terest In this year's elec-
       M
      A of the plaintiffs are                                                                                                               cUmtn-at-large, won thetion is attributed to the na-
  residents In the vicinity of                                                                                                              most decisive victory by tional presidential election
  the rug cleaning firm which                                                                                                               beating his Republican op- between Vice President
  Mtftai to enlarge Its plant                                                                                                               ponent, Mrs. Etoanor Ervln, Nixon and 8enator John
  m that area and to consoli-                                                                                                               by a vote of 2,816 to 1.487. Kennedy.
  date Its operratlon in one                                                                                                                      Bohutz's triumph repre-
  bttlldmg. They are repre-                                                                                                                  sents a margin of 1,329
  sented V H . E . and A. D.
  Watson of New Brunswick.
                                                                                                                                             voltes, believed to be the
                                                                                                                                             largest plurality ever regis-      Hurse's Aid Training
        Defendants in the suit
  are Stanley Boyes R u g
                                                                                                                                             tered In the history of the
                                                                                                                                             city. He lacked 158 votes in
                                                                                                                                                                                Planned at the S. A.
  Cleaning Co., Inc., Joseph
  Kudelka, building inspector
                                                                                                                                             making it a straight 2 to 1
                                                                                                                                             ratio.
                                                                                                                                                                                Memorial Hospital
  and •onlng officer of the                                                                                                                                                   The South Amboy Memo-
                                      TWO KISSES FOR THE THIRD TERM —.                    m*llo, tand his wife Ann.                              The d t y Council, begin- rial Hospital in cooperation
  dty, the Board of Adjust-                                                                                                                  ning New Year's Day, will with the American' Red
  ment which recommended               Mayor Joseph Charm«llo receives congra-              Mayor Charmello's victory makes him
                                       tulations from rwo of his foremost support-       the first third-term Mayor in the History of        have Schuitz, Henry, How- Cross will conduct a train-
  approval of the variance,                                                                                                                  ley and Fred Reese and Al ing course for volunteer
  tbe Board of Public Works            ers; i. • . , his mother Mrs. Angela Char-         5oyth Amboy.
                                                                                                                                             Janknwskl filling the coun- Nurse's Aides in the South
  and the mayor and city 1
  council membcte.                    It's all over but the shout- boy Gardens region helped                    However, the victory is t allmanlc seats with Mayor Amboy Memorial Hospital.
        The summons for the                                                                                  personal triumph for Ohar- Joseph CharmeUo the lone This course is designed to
   ctvll action which was ln-        the d t y of South Amboy as First Ward, a Democratic meUo. Not only has he im- Republican. It will be ex- prepare women to give vol-
                                                                                                                                             actly the same political ar- unteer assistance to regis-
  stttuted by the plaintiffs Incumbent Joseph Char- stronghold in the past proved his vote-gathering                                         my which was Inaugurated tered professional nurses In
   requires the defendants to mello set a new plurality years. In 1058, Democratic power by increasing his vic-                              last January 1st.
   acwwer thcflr complaint mark In his third bid for candidate Leon Wlsniewski tory margin, but he also be-                                                                 the hospital. Their assign-
                                                                                                                                                 Fred Henry won over his ments free the professional
  wfthin twenty days.                tae mayor's office. His mar- won that ward over Joseph                  comes the first candidate
     The Plaintiffs' Complaint       gin of victory over Demo- Oharmello by a 619 to 471 In the history of the city to Republican adversary, Wm. mimes to spend more time
                                                                                                                                              HanaeU. in the Becond on those services only s
        The plaintiffs contend cratic candidate James count, or a 58-vote differ- win the highest office In                                   Ward. He will fill the poet graduate nurse can give.
   tbat the Board of Adjutt- VanDerveer cascaded to a ence. This Democratic mar- three successive elections.                                  whrteh wiS be vacated by
^-SMn* and \ h e Board of lofty 824 voces.                                                                                                                                     At the present time there
                                                                        gin compared with the 129
                                         It was 2,018 to 1,892 In Charmello won with over                                                     the unsuccessful Democra- are several volunteer Nur-
   Nbite Works acted illegal-                                                                                                                 tic candidate for mayor, se's Aides already serving In
   ly, arbitrarily and In abuse Oharmello'e favor with all VanDerveer in this year's
   of their discretion Invested of the four wards except election, marks a 187-vote
                                                                                                             Local Residents       ,          James VanDerveer. Incum- the hoapletal but Mrs, Otto
                                                                                                                                              bent from the Third Ward, Miller, R. N., Superintend-
   In them In granting the va- the second going his way. change in the two elections.
   riance.                           Charmelto won the First There wasn't much of a
                                                                                                             Serving on Petit Jury            John Howley, won over ent .states that due to the
       Specifically, they main-         art by a 983 to 554 count, substantial voting change InPetit Jurors now serving Paul Farrell who lost his expansion program which
                                         difference of 129 votes. in the Fourth Ward, tradi- from Nov. 7and 18 are:
                                                                                                                 criminal      civil courts seconf! successive bid tor^     has now been completed it
   tain that their properties                                                                                              to                 that office to Howley.
   will be seriously affected jTThe tally In the Second tionally a Republican Ward.                                                                                         Is necessary for more help.
                                                                                                                Stanley Akackl, 216 Ce- d t y Voters Give a Finn                Anyone fiiterested, who
   and depreciated in value If Ward showed a tabulation The difference of 485 votes dar Street; Madeline M. "Yes" Vote en Referendum
   the enlargement of the            of 422 to 370, or 52 votes on In Onariffelli's favor, this Burns, 122 Pine Ave.; Rich-                                                 can give a few hours each
                                                                                                                                                 It was hardly a contest
   plant Is permitted.           ' ^,the plus side for VanDer- year compares favorably ard J. Kurowsky, 376 Rart- on the public Question of week during the day, may
       The plant, the complaint q veer.                                                                                                                                     contact the Chairman of
    states, Is a nonconforming
                                                                                        vote margin tAn
                                         The Third Ward register- WKh the 440 in the 1958 boy. Street; all of So. Am- whether certain aged peo- Volunteers- Mrs. C. Urban-
                                                                        he obtained                                                           ple over age 65 should have ski, 18 Central Avenue, Say-
   use. Its owners propose to ed the slimmest margin of election.                                              James J. Connors, 20 Dart- their tax exemption In- revUle, PArkwa.y 1-2617. or
•S purchase land adjacent to         all four wards, 477 to 435,
                                                                           Significant, nevertheless, mouth Road; Robert J. creased from $600 to $800.
    the present plant which is a 42-vote margin going to is the fact that 1,487 \otes Duffy, 166 Princeton Road; The exemption would be the New Brunswick Chap-
    approximately 80 feet on the victorious Republican were tallied this year in Adam Poglrnlcki, 3 Yale limited only for those per- ter of the Red Cross, CHar-
    Stevens Ave. and 100 feet In candidate. The F o u r t h that ward. In 1958 only 1,- Road; all of MadLson Town- sons whose income does not ter 7-9000 to obtain an ap-
    depth and erect an addition Ward* however, was tf land- 282 voters came to the polls                                                                                    Ucation blank. The course
                                     slide triumph for Chamello                                                 lp.                           exceed $5000.                 will begin after the first of
    to the existing plant 49 feet                                      to elect the mayor. These
    by 98 feet. The site is now who received a whopping figures represent an In-                                Harry Datley, 7*i Bor- The vote on this issue the year but the ap-
   .occupied by a home which 988 to 501 advantage to seal crease of 205 over 1958.                            dentown Ave.; George Els- was 1,848 to 606, or better plication* must be on file
    wlH be bought anft razed If the verdict for the Incum-                                                    enbarth, 160 North Street; than 3 to 1 It now awaits before the end of Novem-
                                                                            CharmelltVs SM-Vote               Arthur LaRaia, 49 Kendall the state legislature to act ber. The course requires a
    the variance gets final ap- bent.
    proval. Bounding the prop-             With the second and Margin In IMS Recalled                         Drive; Violet Lear, 440 So. upon it to make it official. 40 hour training which will
    erty an one side Is a 10-foot    third wards cancelling each            .The mayor's political Pine Ave.; Donald J. Letts,                   In other contests, Repub- be taught by a R. N., and all
    aBey.                            other out according to theolimfo since 1956 was a me^ 280 Vtneyeard Ave.; Marion lican U.S. Senate candidate applicants must file a re-
       AH of the plaintiffs Irve election results, It can beteoric one. In 1956, he bested Llenau, 224 Tyler St.; Wal- Clifford P. Case lost o» the cent physical examination
    k» that b l o c k which Is said that the first and the Wttttajfl CLeary by Just 15 ter O. Mader, 29 Kendall local level to Democratic statement from their physi-
                by Fourth Street, fourth wards decided the vdtes. In 1958. he submerg- Drive; Lawrence McCann, candidate Thorn Lord by cian indicating physical fit-
               Ave., Main St. and election. Charmelio'a mar- ed Leon Wlsniewski by a 190 Parker Street; John J. 2514 to 1735. This result, ness to perform the requir-
    Potter St. The area is zon- gin in those two wards, 614, 554-vote difference. This Twardos' Bright St.; Gall however, does not reflect ed duties. The 40 hours of
    ed as residential although eomp&res almost exactly year he skyrocketed even F. Whltson, 89 River Road; the state's results whlcr training Include 2 hours In-
    there are currently many with the' 624 votes Char- higher with his 624 margin. all of Sayrevllle.                                         have seen the Incumbeni troduction to the Red Cross,
    aoooonformlng business es- mello garnered over and                      S u c h pluralities are                                           Case twin by a comfortable 20 hours basic classroom In-
    tfthUshments in operation above his opponent in the proving embetrrassing to                                                              margto.                       struction, and 18 hours of
    to the vicinity.                 clty-^rtde voting.                 the Democratic Party since
                                                                        over three-fourths of the
                                                                                                             Hok-iniWall Project              .Inthe battle, for the House training and supervised
                                             Victory ;Margln                                                                                 vof Representatives, Repu- practice in the hospieal.
       Sores desires to eliminate
          of the nonconforming                Extracts Surprise         city's franohtsed voters are         Underway Since Monday             llcan James C. Auchlnclosa       To those persons who
           a garage and a sepa-          Just prior to the election, registered as Democrats. Its                Work on the widening of received 1614 votes to 2613 have had the Nurse's Aide
    rate edutoe across his plant leading politician* In the efforts to have a member of the Hole-in-the-Wall at for his Democratic oppon- Training and have not been
     utasoh he.now uses for stor- dty were predicting that Its party elected are prov- Brneton Road and Borden- ent jUtharijrfeJB^i WJUte.                                  active In the past jw»r part
     ing rugs.                       only about 100 votes would          ffig more frustrating wiith town Avenue was begun on                     "Tatfie contest for the   of this course will be open
   •---The plaintiff ft include in separate the candidates. each paiatnf election.                            Monday, November 7. The General Assembly seat left as a refresher couw. ThLs
     their complaint an excerpt Therefore, it is with some                  Deeptte bis victory, Mayor work Is being done by the vacant by William Kurtz, will then enable them to-
     of the Boning ordinance Interest that their surprise                Charmello faces no change Pennsylvania Railroad Co. Democrat Norman luoiz- become active again in the
                                                                                                              In conjunction w i t h the man won over Republican volunteer program.
     wtiioh states: "No bulldttwt and puzzlement are noted. |*in the politic**! structure of county and borough.
     sHaB be erected or altered         Some ventured to explain         the governing body begin-                                             Henry B. Perrtne by a vote The odurse will be cc
     M to extend beyond the          that voters In the Mechan- ning In January. The align-                       Mayor Popowskl asked         of 2546 to 1510.             duoted one evening a we
                                     lcsvUle section and the Am- ment is Identical to that motorltfts who use the in-                              Democratic candidates for approximately 15 we
                                                                         which hM been seated since tersection to be aware of                  Kferl Metzger and Thomas The class will be limited
                                                                         the last election: ft IOIM the toe work at the rail- Lee. running for th« Board 14 persons.
     Pttifioii Phtnpicj                                                  Democratic City Council road underpass, and to ot C h o s e n f reeholders
                                                                         representation. His will b# choose oher routes when membership, won • eatUy
          Tel. FArltwsjy t - » W                     aardian              the lone Republican voice possible rather -than cause over their Republican coun- BUY U . S . SAVIMJS BOWS
                                                                          just i s it has been ths patt traffic congestion. Harold ttffpaxts. Harman Clark, Jr.
                                                     aintenance                                              Boehm said that one-way
      OpM TMt Siwdiy                                                      two yen*.
                                                                                                              traffic will be permitted
                                                                                                             while construction lr in     Sayre-Wood Ford                          Main Liquor
                                                                       J. J. HarrigaJkC*., Inc.                                              Sales -' Parts and Service
                 't SUM) Arty's
                  fer the D«y        BRIGGS CHEVROLET                     ffeol Istote ft Imwroncs     Ths widening project is
                                                                                                    JtteaigMd to end tlaxups %w^
                                                                                                                                                  A-1 Used Cars
                                                                                                                                        I T , 9, MADISON TOWNSHIP
                                                                                                                                                                                    — WS»BL1V1
                                                                                                                                                                                    •SO MAIN
                                                                       (SoyrevHIe 4»op|ihra Center}
                           Celt      Service Oepr, Open to 9 p.m                                     traffic haurds at the nar-        ,l60 U. I . of Sayr«we«ri Shopplne Cl.
                  MetteHet NeipHel                                        •hone FArkwoy 1-7100      row underpass.                             PArkway 1-4600
                                                                                                                                                                                   Phone PArVwaf'
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Thursday, November 10, 1960
            • SOUTH A M I f Y CITIISN
               tase Taken        Board Meeting,Held                                                                                                                                                                           ABT OW DIBPLAT
              eme €oaft          by Hospital Auxiliary                                                                                  UTHiTO             2»W1TO                 JRDWATO        4W W R
                                                                                                                                                                                                     AD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           •As forth A » » O T Wew
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Art DepartaeBt wfll die-
          tinued from page 1)         The Board of Directors of                                                                                                                                                               the works of the dab
               setbfcck Tint ob- the Woman's Auxiliary of                                                                           1         2    |            I           2      1    2          1     2                        at the Flret Natioaa)
        ired by the presently ex- the South Amboy Memo-                    PRBSSaVT                                                         '                                                                                  dnrlnf the week af Nor-
              bulldlngig on the rial Hospital held their reg-                ttlion - Ud>e <*)                               „ . . . * * - • 71 • 1*2       76 186               iOX 12a         414 227         1450      he 14th.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           her                  *.
        tie side of the street at ular meeting at the Christ                 Kennedy - Johnson TJ»|"                                 255 377 2«t           256 283               411 250         500 3S4         2*82
   the time of the passage of Church Hall on Monday af-                    U.S. SHUT*                                                                                                        •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 17M
 ; this ordinance. Where no ternoon.                                           Cliff el* P. Oase (R)                              121 111 111              107 192               145 152         4o» 251
 ' average setback line exists* The board sanctioned the                       I W n tort (D)        ,                            209 314 247              216 246               352 221         401 30o         2514
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        U J . School Quota
   by reason of presently ex- purchase of an anesthesia                    Hcna or Rxpmsimnro                                                                                                                    1614
t isting buildings, the aver- machine for the local hos-                      Jams C. auohlneloaa (ft) . . .                      100 103 168               97 183               143 141         445 234         2613   bceeded by $15
    age setback line shall be 30 pital.                                       Katharine I . felts (D)                             a2B 316 2M               224 261               342 229         428 319                   The school division at the
    feet from the front lot           Mrs, Oeorge Tookec, Ways             CaUBRAL aSSMLT                                                                                                                        1510    6»yreTlll« United Fund has
    line."                                                                   Henry B. Perrtne (ft)                                 97 98 159                89 175                113 129       418 232          2546   exceeded, its $500 quota by
                                   and Means Chairman an-                    Noraan TanSaan (D)                                   210 313 2AJ              226 259                336 230       402 «307
       One of the contentions of nounced that plans were                  BOARD OF CH0OU| IUB»USRS                                                                                                               1412
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        #15.10, according to Dr. R.
    the plaintiffs Is that If the completed for a Christmas                  Billeewyer ( » )                                      90 73 147                76          161       103,, 126     408 228          2712   S. Pollack, chairman. Col-
    variance Is granted, It does Smorgasbord social in eon*                  Hettger (S)                                          222 339 2B1              242          268       362 238       443 317          1402   lected for the 1960-01 cam-
    not specify that other ftrpe neotlon with the regular                    Clark {RJ                                             89 69 149                76          157       107 125       406 524          2666   paign were $402.50 In castf
    of Industry might be start- meeting on December 5th,                     U « <D)                 ••,                          218 345 273              242          270       358 231       434 317                 and $112.60 in pledges.
    ed In the plant at a later at which time all regular                  BOARD. OF CHOSEN rRtlHOUKRS •                                                                                                          1527      The division achieved 90*
    date.                           auxiliary members are in-                John T. MeCarthy (R)                                 94 84 168 \               83          177       12* 130       434 234          2490   per cent participation of
                                                                             Idythe S. HoAttirew (D)                             205 316 255 /             225          246       333 224       397 289                 the 205 employees In the
         Members of, the board Wed to attend.                                Joaeph Ghaxsello (ft)                               194 211 278               1«6          224       2*1 216       635 351         2516
    voted to forward the sum- The resignation of Mrs.                                                                                                                                                           Iftfl2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        school system. The average
                                                                             Jaaea VanDervesr (fi)                               150 229 173               181          241       247 168       275 226                 gift was $5 and the per cap-
    mons to the City SoUeHer Gloria McDonald, executive                   CODWCIUUM-AT-UKa
    for his perusal and prepa- director of the branches                      Sle&nor C. Jrvln ( R ) . . . . . . .                117 53 150                 69 166                106 143       455 228         1467    ita- gift was $3.80.
    ration in representing the was received and accepted                     Riohard J . Sohults (D)                             228 389 292               250 283                385 230       433 326         2616       The largest gift was from
    board.                         with regrets. Mrs. O u y               COOHCIUUM 2nd WAR)                                                                                                                            employees at the n e, w
                                   Buck was named as her                    W U i a a Hansell (R)                                                           98 196                                                294   Samsel School, where 13 of
           Water Bate HlkM -       successor.                                rred Henry <D) . . . . . . . . : . . . .                                      225 269                                                494   the 22 employees gave $137.
               Disclosed               A financial report was             CODHCIUUN 3rd W R   AD                                                                                                                        00—an average of *1O60
        A new system of water given by M>rs. Edna Chase,                     Paul Tarrsll (R)                                                                                     185 150                         335   per gift or $0.25 per capita.
   rry.es will be put in' Op- chairman of the finance                        John Howley (»)                                                                                     3S6 229                          549
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Achieving 100 per cent
   eration In January, 1981. committee. The state re'                     STATI PUBLIC CDISnON                                                                                                                          participation was Lincoln
                                                                                                                                                                                                                1848.
   F\>r the first 2,000 cu. ft. qulrements on financial                      (yti)                                               147 1B0 188               139 195               203 168        385 243           606   school, where 11 employees
   per month, the rate will be matters was explained in                      (No)                                                 30 51 64                  32 45                  51 144       131 5B                  gave $14 or $1.27 per capita.
   $0.50; for the next.8,000 cu. detail by Mrs. Chase.
   ft., $0.40; for the next 90,-     Chairman of the Nomi-                                   How Local Yotm Voted Two Years Ago-Nov. 4,1958                                                                                The other schools repart-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ed as follows:
   ooo cu. ft., $0.30; and for nating Committee Mrs. Ed-                                                                               1ST WARD           2ND WARD                W D WARD       <T" WARD                  High School- withe IT per
   excess over 100,000 cu. ft., na Chase presented the                                                                                                                                                                  cent participation, gave $43.
   50.10. These rates are com* slate of candidates for the                                                                         1    2             3    1        2             1 2               1 2       TOTAL    This- was an average of
   puted for each 100 cu. ft. of annual election of officers              U.S. SENATOR
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        $4.77 per gift and 83 cents
   water and compare to the which will be held on De-                        Willises (O)                                        190 28* 1*7              216       235          30* 185       ?«5 280          2i68
                                                                             Kaan (R)                                             97 95 121               100       1«           117 133       «8«> 200                 per capita.
   presently established rates: cember 5.                                                                                                                                                                                  Arteth School gave $61.00.
   $0.40, $0.30, $0.20 and *0.30                                             Roberta                                               2 1 1                    -       1              -      * *     4    5           20
                                     The annual food drive for               Rqnls                                                 .   *   1                .       .              . .               i .            ?  Forty-one, per cent partici-
   respectively.                   the benefit of the local hos-                                                                   3   T   '                          «             7     -       6" £             30  pated, donating an average
      The minimum charge per pital will be held on No-                              y                               ••••••          -        -        -     -           -          -     -           _  .              of $4.$S per gift and $180
   three-month quarter per vember 22. Mrs. Joseph Ba-                       D'Addatta                                               -       -     -         .  .                   - .               - .               per capita.
   tenant will Increase from ranowsxl Is In charge.                         Wlnberry . , , , , . , . , . , , » , , , , , .          -       -     .         »t                     _ .               . .                  Roosevelet School achiev-
  $4.00 to $5.2& -for 1,000 cu. A silver tea followed the                 HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ed 89 per cent participation,
  ft. of water. On the three- business session. Mrs. Ben-                   Ou*hrU (D)                                           176 273 135              189 212               266 171        310 rti
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       second highest in the sys-
  quarter Inch meter, t h e jamin Swtetkowskl a n d                         Auchinciosa (R)                                      105 *<>* '33             " 6 /i05              135 i 4 «     *?7 *'7
                                                                          FReEHOlD€RS                                                                         V_                                                       tem. Employees gave '73.50,
  price will be $5.26; the oae- Mrs.. John Mullane poured                                                                                                                                                              and average of $4.60 per gift
  lnch meter $5.70; the one the tea. Assisting were Mrs.                    8alar (D)                                            183 28* 139              212 232               286 185       3?6 273
  and one-quarter meter, $10, Valeria data and Mrs. Mary                    Burton (D)                                          182 28i 1*2               211 *3Q               »87 i 8 j     3?7 2 ? *                and $410 per capita.
  and the one and one-half, Sohultz.                                        LEetO).../v                                         ,175 285 129              208 22*>              270 166       322 J f i        20*2         Selover School, with 13
                                                                            SwiatlMafr)                                          «          89 119         95 153               " 3 »*7       37' '90          '35?    per cent participation, gave
  $15.00.                            Mars. Donald Beam open-                Neaish In)                                           95         91 t i e       91 150               113 '25       37' ' 9 2        '3*6
       it has been calculated ed the meeting with prayer.                                                                                                                                                              $68, or an average of $3.60
                                                                            Ryan («}                                            i0«         90 12*         98 157               11* 13*       3»« 205                  per girt and $2.60 per cap-
   that at the rate of *5.25,                                             MAYOR
  each tenant will be assessed                                              Wiaittsveld (0)                                      153 278          98 - ' * 5        170         235 >05       2*3 178 - 1625           ita.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Washington "School gave
  but a little over five cents
   dally. Other corresponding    Congressman                                 Chara«Ho («)
                                                                          C0UNC1UIAN-AT-LARQE
                                                                                                                                 15* ' 3 * 1&5            167 2*9
                                                                                                                                                                            •
                                                                                                                                                                                *06 225       '535 326 - 2179
                                                                                                                                                                                                          r
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       $76 for an average of $4.22
                                                                                                                                                                                              34O ?68' - 2108          per gift and $3.17 per cap-
   costs are eleven cents and
   seventeen cents for larger
                                 Audbincloss Sets                           Harrloan (o]L
                                                                            FrttMn (»)
                                                                                                               fc              ISO 286 139
                                                                                                                             , 152 H * 136
                                                                                                                                                          20f 238
                                                                                                                                                          1t2 162
                                                                                                                                                                                303 t?9
                                                                                                                                                                                t30 1*5       «1« 217 - 1582           eta. Participation was 75 per
   volume usage.                 Wedding Date                             COUNCILMAN ?ND WARD
                                                                            VanDar«ar (D)                                                                 178 2ft                                 ,         '   *f7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       cent.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Administration employ-
                                       Congressman James C.                 P u r e t l l (R)                                                             155 '«»»                                              J3S    ees, with 21 per cent partic-
    Social Plannedby               Auchlncloss, Third District
                                  of New Jersey, who was re-
                                                                          COUNCILMAN 3RD WARD
                                                                            Ho-lty (D)                                                                                          ?88 1*3                         *31    ipation* contributed $42, or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       an- average of *U per'gift
 Library Council                   elected to his tenth term In             Farrtll M                                                                                           152 183                         335
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       and $3 per employee.
       The Library Council of the House of Representa-                                                                                                                                                                    It was the second year in
  Hoffman High School will tives on Tuesday, is happy                                                                                                                                                                  a row that the school sys-
 hold a social gathering Tor to announce his engage-
  the teachers on Monday, ment to Miss Vera Rogers
                                                                            BRIGGS CHEVROLET                                                                                           Fraokforter OouanvttoB          tem achieved Its United
                                                                                                                                                                                      pld you know that per capita Fund goal.
  November 14.                    Brown of New York City.                                   — PRESENTS IN PERSON —                                                                conaumption of frankfurters In
      In conjunction with the The ceremony, which will                                                                                                                            the United States last year was         In the local political campaign
 observance of National be restricted to the Immed-                                                                                                                                                                     there are so many varied cam-
 Book. Week (Nov. 13-19) iate members of their fam-
  there will be a display of ilies, will be held on Nov.
                                                                            FRI., NOV. 1 1 , 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.                                                                     6.2 p o u n d s ? This averages 56
                                                                                                                                                                                  frankfurters per person.              paign label* appearing on auto-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        mobile bumpers these days that
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        we sufepect many, private citi-
  the new books in the high 18 in t h \ Alexander Chapel                                                                                                                                                                zens are slyly publiclzinf them-
 school library.                  of the First Presbyterian                             IN OUR SERVICE DEPARTMENT                                                                                                         l
      The committee in charge Ohurch of New York City.
 of arrangements are: Doro-          Miss Brown Is the daugh-
  thy Flaga, chairman, as- ter of the late D>.\ and Mrs.
                                                                            FREE                           ALL WELCOME F R E E                                                            YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED
 sisted by "Patricia Letts, Ca- David T. Brown of Chicago,
  rol Zalewski, Joan Vachl- being one of six children.                                                                                                                                  TO CELEBRATE THE GRAND OPENING
  Us, Joyce Maxwell, Nancy Bhe and her sister, Ore-Ma,
  Wortley and Jan Dobrzyn- who lives In Chicago, are                                                                                                                                                 of our
  ski.                            the only ones now living.
                                     Miss Brown Is a graduate
                                  of the class of 1017 of the                                                                                                                               GALAXY BANQUET ROOM
                                  National College of Educa-
  CU         JULIE'S              tion in Evanston, 111., and                                                                                                                          Available for: Private) Parties, Showers, Banquets, Weddings
                                  in 1918-1920 did volunteer                                                                                                                                      (Accommodating up to 150 persons)
                                  service in France with the
    Beauty Parlor Children's Bureau of the                                                                                                                                              Wednesday and Thursday, November 16 £ 17
                                  American Red Cross. She
     EXPERT HAIR CUTTING          has been connected with
            Specialising in       the Presbyterian Board of                                                                                                                                             — Entertainment and Buffst —
     TINTING and 1 MINUTE         National Mlaleons; t h e
      PERMANENT WAVING            Court of Last Resort; the                                                                                                                             (Entertainment Every Fri. & Sat. Evenings)
                                  Paine Whitney Clinic of the
           (No Chemicali)
         118 So. St«v«na Are.
                                  New York Hospital, and has
                                  served as a private secre-
                                                                                                                                                                                       THUNDERBIRD I N N
     South Amboy, New JerMy       tary tOLbuslness executives.                                                                                                                              HWY. 35                SOUTH AMBOY, N. J.
  4
    Phone PArkway 1-0847                                                                                                                                                                                       PArkway 1-9060
  (Over 26 Y e a n Experience)        [TmorelKan jutt a^subsQVe
                                    td cool i rammer drink. It
                                  maybt•buildingmaterial. Scien-
      Closed WEDNESDAYS           tists ere developing •troog "Ice-
                                  elloys" and predict that large-
      JULIE DOWNS, Prop.          Male buildings will be nude of                                                                                                                                                  55
                                  these material*. The afaasechu-
                                  •etta Imtltute of Technology hae                                                                                                                                               —-or-            —
      GUS fOTTS'                  established an Ice Retearch Lab-
                                  oratory. Dr. W. David Klngery,
                                  IU head, taya that toe and mow,
                                                                                                                                                                                                             CONTINUOUS (SERVICE


                                  now among "the moat plentiful
                                  and ao far the least useful" sub-
                                  stance* on earth, may supply cheap
                                  building material for exploitation
                                  of Arctic end Antarctic regions.
                                     Sctentlita view ice as e sort of      Copt. Hans Nouman                                                                                            SWAN HILL I6E & COAL CO.
                                                                                                                                                                                                       O. Manvel Applsgmte and Sons
                                 metal that melts at about 12 de-
                                                                                          OF RINCLING CIRCUS FAME
                                 grees Fahrenheit. It la weak, has
                                 a tensile strength of only about
                                                                                            and his Thrilling Tiger Act
                                                                                                                                                                                            Fuel OU - Kerosene - Coal and Coke
                                 100 pounds per square inch. Hew-
       PArkway 14781             ever, by mining in a, small smeunt                                                                                                                               — DEGREE DAY8 DELIVJJRr —
 6.1.1 BORDENTOWN AVBMU1
       SOUTH AMRttY, N«J.
                                            llke{ fiber, ^experimenters
                                            an ice alloy that la ten
                                             strong. A stick of this
                                                                                  BRIGGS CHEVROLET                                                                                     OIL BURNERS VACUUM CLEANED * SERVICED
     (Near 8 . Amboy H j n               only a quarter of an Inch              Main Street                                      South Amboyt N. J.
      - Next t o Zimmerman's-    in diameter oen support the weight                                                                                                                    HCNRYeBTREET              PArkway 1-OT40      SOUTH AMBOY
                                 of a man.
                                                                                                                                                                              ThUf»<Joy, Nownber 10,
       T*e> SOUTH AMBOV CITIZEN




                                               I). P h i l l i p   Ctrr
                A Trip to the Newark Museum
     . The Newark Museum (not to be confused with the1
  New Jersey Historical Society Museum which we cover-
  ed a few weeks ago) Is an Interesting and educational
  spat for the entire family. Located at 45 Washington
  fit., It Is reasonably easy to get to (parking facUttiles
  pose a minor problem) and makes a pleasant place (or
  an 'afternoon's vtstt.
        We get to the museum, which Is situated on the
  west aide of Washington Park, by taking Route 9 over
  the Edison Bridge and northward. We continue in a
  northerly direction after Route 9 loins J$. 1 in Wood-
  brtdge and remain on the muttt-lane highway to near
  the Newark Airport where a neon sign beckons us right-
  wand down a ramp and over a long bridge which
  empties Into McCarter Highway. We follow this street
  to County Route 608 (Pulton St. or Saybrook PI.) on
  which we turn left. After several blocks, we make a
  slight jog at Broad St. and 508 becomes Central Ave.
  Two blocks beyond Broad St., we turn right on Wash-
  ington. St. (an arrow sign "Newark Museum" is found
  at this Intersection). The museum Is a large stone
                                                                                                                                                                                                        1
  building midway In the first block, on the left side oi
  the street, and facing the park.
        The thiree-floor museum covers many different
  subjects, and is diMded Into numerous halls. A floot
  plan is posted 'at the entrance whdch win guide tfce                                                             follows: Commodore Fecmen S. Strat-             sisted by Fferrcien E. 8tratton, Joseph
  visitor to the subjects which interest him. Some of the                  SOOT* AMfcOT BOAT CXTJB COM             ton, Vice-Commodore Thomas O'-                  Hogan and Norman Krdaner Musi;
  dQflplays and exhibits include > The Animal Kingdom,                     MODOBFS BALL—The South Amboy            Brien, and Fleet Captain Joseph Cos-            was produced by the Verstoneis
  Electricity, Science, Sculpture, Nature, Astronomy (a                    Bqiat d u b honored its out-going       tin.
                                                                          Commodore, Edward Smith at the                                                             Representative groups from neigh-
   small planetarium Is at the museum), and Painting.                                                                   Toastmaater Edward Powers In-              boring clubs of Sewaren and Keaabey
  Special displays are included at various times on timely                Fourth Annual Commodore's Ball Sat'
                                                                          Urday night at St. Bernadette's.Hall,    troduced the visiting guests Mayor              attended as well as the Commodore
  topics which are In the news. For example, at present                                                            Joseph Charmello; members of the                of the In.ter-Yaoht Club Assn.
   there are exhibit* related to the Olympic ONtmes, and                  Madison Park. Over 300 guests at-                                                         In photo: (standing) Fennan Strat-
                                                                          tended the affair. Mr. Smith was pre-    Ctty Council, James Harrigan. James
  to the parts 6t Africa which are currently la the world1                                                         VanDerveer, arid John Howley; and               ton, Jc, Mrs. Stratton, Mrs. Thomas
  ipotllght.                                                              sented a gold watch as a token of
                                                                          appreciation for his service, and the    William Kurtz, Deputy Director of               O'Brien, Mrs. Sullivan, Mrs. Joseph
        A special part of the galleries Is called the "Junior             flag of Past Commodore.                  Finance and Budget for the Legis-               Oostin, Joseph Coatln. Seated: 1. to r.
   Museum." Here, exhibits of special Interest to children                                                         lature. Each spoke briefly to the gath-         Mrs. Edward Smith, Edward Smith.
   are shown. There are colorful display tanks filled wifat                 Flags of office were presented to      ering of members and their guests.              Fertnan Stratum, Sr, and Mrs. Fer-
   ttve fish, snakes, turtles, and lUards—ail at th€ eytf-                the officers for the coming year ae         William Sullivan was chairman, as-           man atretton.
   Jevel of the Ismail fry. There' are displays at the many
   types of shells found on the Jersey Coast, a cage full
   of scurrying live racoons, and even a real rattlesnake's               Hoffman High School           Men's Club Hears
   rattle which Is activated by electricity when a button Is
   pressed. Ftcom time to time, special programs and class-
                                                                          Held Opm House                Baseball Star                                                        Officers Elected
  es are conducted for the children. For example, lest                       The Harold O. Hoffman
                                                                          High School held an Open         The guest speaker at the                                          By Polish Women
  Saturday a workshop In Art was held for the various                                                   regular monthly dinner-                                                  Mrs. Peter Iichenstein
   age levels. Bach Sunday afternoon at 2:45 and at 3:45                  House last Thursday, at 8     meeting of the C h r 1 « t
                                                                          p. m.                                                                                                    reelected president of
   P.M. a demonstration of Electricity Is held.                                                         Church Men's Club held oh                    si ftt                        p 81, Union of Polish
                                                                           The program demonstrat-      Wednesday evening Novem-
         The museum is open daily from noon to 5:30 P.M.                  ed the progress and work                                                           a               Wotnen in Amectoa at a
   end, on Sundays and HoUdays form 2 to 6 P.M. For                       being done in the physical    ber 9 was Hardy Peterson,          : THI •OkKOWUJl • ATLANTIC CtTl   meeting at Kraineki's HaH.
   those who might be taking a baby carriage or stroller,                 education program at the      player manager of the                            1
                                                                                                                                            4 I N I vttktM nutlM tf nrt          Other officers elected
   they w e allowed on the first floor, but not on the two                school.                       champion Pittsburgh Pi-             «d »l*r rlgfcr it A« KMB'I       were: Mrs. Edwin Ann-
   upper floors. Details about special exhibits, etc. may                                               rates chain. Also present           «tei. llMrttehlfti DM tuttm      strong, vice pfrealdent; Mrs.
                                                                             The program opened with    was Oene Thomas, scout
   be obtained by calling the museum at MI 2-0011.                        the Salute to the Flag, the                                       ill HM trtetngt, ivtnknst        Stanley Kielian, recording
         Perhaps, one of the most appealing things about                  Star Spangled Banner and1*     for the Pirates, who with C.       tir «llk t\umd                   secretary; Miss Helen Ar-
   the Newark Museum is that It Is all tree. There Is no                  the School song which was     Leslie Batchelor, program                                            cienowskl, fin- secretary;
   the smiling hat check girl who hangs your coat and hat                 sung by everyone. The Ju-     chairman of the group, ar-                                           tfra. Paul Zaleekl, treasucer
                                                                                                        ranged for the speaker.                              n
                                                                                                                                             lmt«, »l*ri«. a d let rM.
   admission charge or fee of any kind. You can't even tip                nior High School Girls then                                        0«u nftr hi tit kite. '•!•      and Mrs. Michael Qarbow-
   m the spacious cloak room.                                             did a Square Dance, follow-      Mrs. TlUle Mundy was the          MiviHikiiaftMilli.ei MW.        skl and Mrs. Stellas Oorka,
                                                                                                                                           l
                                                                          ed by a Free Hand Drill by    dinner chairman for the la-          tm_ u H ((f WUA ana ft i w .    trustees.
                                                                          the Junior High School        dles of St. Martha's Guild         Cdl AMaiiH* CHy S-UM                 Named to the sunshine
                                                                          Boys.                         who served the spaghetti           h N n Y n t M l MU 2-4M*          committee were Mrs. Frank
   LOTS        WANTEDf                Branch Auxiliaries                     The 10th grade girls of-   ttlrmer at 6:30 p. m. in the
                                                                                                        Parish Hall.
                                                                                                                                         fAAaUa*]
                                                                                                                                                                                      and Mrs. John Pru-
                                                                                                                                                                                  and death committee,
                                      Set Bazaar Date                     fered a Wand and Dumbell
                                                                          Drill and the Senior girls       OTraniklln English presi-                                         Mrs. Helen Bambola and
     KEY AGENCY —                    On Saturday, November                performed a Club Drill.       dent of the Men's Club was                                           Mis. Nellie Uuch.
                                  12th, from 12 noon to d                 The Senior boys completed     ticket chairman.                                                        Plans were made for the
     LOwcIl 6-5100                p. m., the Branch Auxilia-              the performance with ap-                                                                           a-naual Chrtotmas party to
                                  ries of the South Amboy                 paratus work.                                                                                      be hjeld on Dec. 5 at Krain-
                                  Memorial Hospital w i l l                                                                                                                  sKl's H*U. Mrs. Raymond
                                                                             Music was under the di-
   My Neighbors                   sponsor their annual bazaar
                                  at the Madison Park Fire-
                                  house, Bardentown Avenue
                                                                          rection of Mtas Kennedy,
                                                                          Music teacher. The pro-
                                                                                                                                                                             preanal was named general

                                  and Cheesequafce Road.                  gram was under the direc-
                                     The overall theme of the             tion of Mrs. D. Vogel and
                                                                          Mr. McCarthy, physical
                                                                                                                       PROCLAMATIION
                                  bazaar will be "Westward
                                  Ho," and individual booths              education teachers.                                                                                    Poof Employe«
                                  will be decorated in keep-
                                  ing with this theme.
                                                                                                          WHEREAS. Dwlght D. Elsentaower, President of                        OhsenreAniArersaries
                                                                          ST. MART'S ROSARY SOC.            the United States has Issued ft proclamation                         The following Du Pont
                                     Gome of the participating                                                                                                               Flnfcnes Partin Plant em-
                                  Auxiliary Chapters and                  TO HOLD CAKE SALE                 calling upon ill the cttiiens of JMs Nation-
                                                                            St. Mary's Rosary Society                                                                        ployees observed Service
                                  their booths will be:                                                     iS observe Friday, November 11, I960, as Vet-                    Anniversaries during the
                                     1. The Laurel Park Chap-             will hold a Bake Sale on
                                                                          Sunday, Nov. 13, after all        erans Day to eenfmemorste and to pay ap-                         month or October, i960:
                                  ter with a "Central Store"                                                                                                                    2o Tears—Warren E. Eb-
                                  featuring home-cooked va-               Masses in the High School         propriate homage to the veterans of all lite
                                                                          Foyer.                                                                                                fc. Alfred J. Klimek, Fred-
  "I'm hard-working , . . rieties. ,                                        Mrs. Max Kuthe and Mrs.         wars who have contributed so much to the                                W. Poetch — all or
thrifty . . . generous . . . good    3. The Madison Pork                                                                                                                             ill
                                  Chapter with a "Fishing                 Walter Dobrynekl are In           preservation of this Country; to remember
looking . . . kind — Come to                                              charge of the affair.                                                                                 25 Years—peter Siemons,
think about it, maybe I'm too Reserve/' "Chuck Wagon."                                                      the saerlflces of an those who fongat so vali-                          ; Oeorge P. Frohnert.
good for you ..."                    4. The Townee Tepee"                                                   antly on the seas, In the air and on the for-                    SayrevUle.
                                  featuring     miscellaneous                                                                                                                 30 Tears-Joseph A. Cross,
                                  items.                                       tucntc                       eign shores to preserve our heritage e t flfft*                    outh Amboy.
                                     5. The Spotswood Chap-                  THAWINO U t V i d              Asm, ana                                                             38 Years — Edward H.
                                  ter with a Rummage Buck-                                                                                                                   Apu        ^ a n d Bprtngel,
                                      txarg of Ptanty."                   Or«lns 4lsj*)it«rf wlthevt                                                                         Thomas J1. Phillips, John J.
                                            6. The Sayre Woods Chap-               «t leering vpi                                                                                        l of So. Arntooy-
                                           ter with a baked goods                                         WHEEEA8, Robert B. Meyner, bevernof 6f , the
                                                                                                                                                                                    M. Nieratko, sayre-
So. Amboy >*U<»hiwg Co., Inc ftpoth csaHe* the "Hitching                                                    liate «t New Jersey, by proclamlUon has
                           b     N 1       Post."                      KOLIMANN                             furihef requested aU dtlfMU of the State of
                                             7. ThCtf So^Amboy Wom-      Osewsn
                                           en s Auxiliary wixn a uooxn
       J, R. Woictechowikl
           Managing Editor
                                           featuring "Christmas Ou;
                                           West."
                                                                                                              1960, as Veterans Day, t resjaest all clttsens
                                                                                                              of Sooth Amboy, business enterprises, Yeter-                    Oomolkafs
                                             A special feature of the                                                                                                            AUTO BODY
    Fhont PArkwoy 1-0004
                                           bazaar this year win be                                            luis' Ofganlaatlons and otty offlelali to assist
         \                     at th»
                                           Pony Rides for the young-                                          that Stats Committee for the observance of                       Body S Fender Worl
       Amboy toil Ofllw Unclar th»
                                           stew. During the afternoon                                         Veterans Day to every way possible for the
                                           there will be a children's                                                                                                                    Spray - Glazing!
        Act oi March 3,                                                                                                    of November 11, lMf, with »p-
                     fat**
                                           riding exhibition.
                                               Mrs. Ames Thompson
                                           and Mrs. John Jensen are
                                                                          N. A. Nilsen & Sons
    $1.00 f          7c pm
                                           Qenexal Chairmen; Mrs.       Plumbing & Heating
                                           Richard Kahrmann, Raffle       Rvpalra • Installation
<M*»b*t of Ntw                 A«»)        Chairman; Mrs. Raymond                                                                1O8EFB' CBARMEUXO,
                                                                          Phnn« PArkw.y l-OSltr
                                           Bohmddit, Decorations, and                                                         Mayer of South A*»boy, N. J.
This n»w*p«*w *HI n*l b« Xabl* forl
                                           Mlsi Norm* Keeg&n, Pub-      WO-BORDENTOWN AVE.
«fr»r» ap|»«arJng In Ilia «rfvar*ftliil. |
                                           hclty.                        (Horn* at Your Plumber)
        lh« wit of i p a n o««>»l«l                                                                                                                                          V» nlla past 5.
                                                                             SOUTH AMBOY, W J.
            by trrvr.                                                                                                                                                        HIGHWAY 35
            The SOUTH AMBOY CITIZKN                                                                                                                                                                             Thursday, Novmbf 10, J

  Boro Bd. of Education
  Approves School Plans                                                                                                                                                                       INGRATITUDE...
     A t a s p e c i a l m e e t i n g of
  the Sayrevllle           Board of
  Education a resolution a p -
  p r o v i n g irevlsed p l a n s a n d                                                                                                                                           My sincere thanks to the voters of
  specifications         f o r Say re -
  vine's n e w W a r M e m o r i a l                                                                                                                                           South Amboy who have supported my-
  High School w a s adopted.
      The plans and speclflcatMuu sub-
                                                                                                                                                                               candidacy for the office of Councilman-
   mitted by Edwards and "Green,
   Camden architects were approved                                                                                                                                             at-Large, and to my friends and neigh*
   by the N. J. SUte Department
   Education.                                                                                                                                                                  bora who have worked in my behalf.
      S. J. Malik, board secretary, was
   authorized to advertise for sep-
   arate sealed proposals to be                                                                                                                                                                   (Mrs.) ELEANOR ERVIN
   opened at a meeting of the board
   on December 8 at 7:30 p.m.
      The proposed new high school
   will be built on the south side
   of Washington Road, west of Era-
   ston Road.
      proposal* wiU be received on                                                                                                                                                           GRATEFUL THANKS
   the six major divisions of the work
   as fallows: Contract 1, general
   construction; contract 2. struc-
   tural steel and miscellaneous and
   ornamental Iron work; contract 3.                                                                                                                                               I wish to thank all my friends and
   heating and ventilating; contract
   4. plumbing and drainage; con-
                                                                                                                                                                                voters who have supported my candi-
   tract 5, electrical work; and con-
   tract 6, kitchen equipment.
                                                                                                                                                                                dacy for Mayor oh Election Day.
      The board last night also award-
   ed contracts for drainage, paving                                                                                                                                              My special thanks to all who have
   and landscaping at various school!        AT THE WALDORF - - Four area residents                      In photo from left to rifjht are: T. Renda
   in the system. C. J. Parduo and           were among the I 200 persons who hove                    of Perth Amboy, Chester Zamorski, Gover-                                  worked in my behalf.
   Sons Inc. of North Brunswick, was         attended the annual Pulaskt Day Banquet                  nor Williams, Mrs. T. Renda, Stephen
   awarded the drainage contract on          at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York
   its tow bid of $3,280. The firm                                                                    Gronek, director of the Polka Party and
                                             City, where Governor G, Mennen Williams                  Adam I. Rzepka.
   also received the paving contract
                                             of Michigan wa» the principol speaker.
                                                                                                                                                                                                       JAMES VANDERVEER
   for the sum of J»,675.
      L. Lucas Co., of Keyport, was
   awarded the contract for land-
   scaping work for the sum of $1*>
   666.
      The regular meeting of the
                                                                                 MILE-SQUARE TALK
   board will be held nest Monday
                                                                                                                                                                                              THANK Y O U . . .
   night at 7:30 o'clock,                      Local political strategists           During the past month,
                                            once baffled by the past                                                         Sgt. Ed. McKeon, while
                                                                                   the number of dogs on t h i             in the line of 'duty of di-                          My heartfelt thanks to the local citi-
                                            three mayoralty       election
 Frank S.Kaboski Agency                     results are studying and
                                                                                   loose about town have been
                                                                                   on the Increase — and the
                                                                                                                           recting traffic was struck
                                                                                                                           by auto driven by Louis                           zenry for their expression of confidence
ItEAL ESTATE -                              comparing the election re-            -visits of the dog warden
                                            sults of the past three elec-                                                  Cerello of Plalnfleld. The                        in casting their votes for me in Tues*
          149 N. BROADWAY                                                         have diminished.                         incident occurred on Wash-
                                            tions—There is a definite
          Dial PArkway 1-0620               set pattern in the tabula-                                                     ington Ave. near Cedar St.                        day's General Election.
                                            tions—but in the interpre-                                  Something new on the
                                                                                                                           McKeon was treated by Dr.
                                            tation of the patterns Is                                poMce blotter—the Amboy
                                                                                                                           Hoffman.
                                                                                                     Sweet Shop called to police                                                         I greatly appreciate it, and will do
 S,m|itoms of Distress, Arl»lnrj from       where the answer lies.
                                                                                                     headquarters requesting as-                                                     everything within my power to live up
 STOMACH ULCERS Jdm VanDerveer, the de- sistance in quieting a dis- StreetHeggelund of 274 2nd                                               M.
                                                                                                                                                    reported to police
 DUE TO EXCESS ACID feated Democratic candi- turbance by a gang of girls. the theft of 2 hubcaps, of                                                                                 to your expectations.
 QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST date for Mayor deserves a                                                  Yes, girls will be girls.             his auto while parked in
                                                                        pat on the back for the                                           front of his home.
   A:k About 15-Day Trial Offer.'
                                                                        sportsmanlike manner in         Mrs. Joseph Coan of 257              Earl Murphy reported 3                                           RICHARD SCHULTZ
              • i >•.<•* iivi- million p a c k a g e i of i h e which he has taken his de-           David Street reported to full disc hubcaps stolen off
                                                                        feat. His wife, Mlgs, and police that while on the an auto parked overnight
 Wit LARD TREATMENT tiavc b«n wild
         •      i ( - ' i i i ' i . n i l . I <li«trcas arising from
  >i..math HI I Duod*nil Ulctre due lo b -
                                                                        the whole family have also phone the other day, she in his gas station.
                                                                        taken it with their chins thought she heard some-
 , ,-.iA i[» • Poor Dlftttlen, tour or Upaat
      t
 btomacli, Ciulniw, Heartburn, U**p-
 I n i n i i i i , i l c , din to Ciena Ac 14. A k for         «                                    one enter her home. She                  Mrs. Betty Warren Is a
   • W l l l a i d * M n u t i " wliich lulJy cipWnj                    up.
                                                                                                     called out, "who's there."                                                                     SINCERE THANKS
 • \ - ! i me tH'.iLitrVnl—frM—Bt
                                                                          It is a Known fact, that There was no answer. Then patient at the Middlesex
                                                                       you can tell the worth of a she finished her phone con- County Rehabilitation and
MORGAN PHARMACY                                                        man by the way he accepts versation and\went Into the Podlo Hospital in N o r t h
                                                                       defeat, more than the. way other room and discovered Brunswick.                                                   I'm very grateful to the voters and
                                                                       he accepts success — and that an Intruder entered
                                                                       Jim proved himself a top- and picked up $7.00 she had                                                         workers of *the third ward for their
                                                                       notcher all the way.                                 Member of Rosary Soc.
                                                                                                    laying on the table and left                                                     continued support and cooperation, and
      Z &H                                                                                                                  Describes Trip Abroad
                                                                                                    a brochure from a charita-
                                                                            The three Republican ble organisation.
                                                                                                                                             Mkss Frances Mataran-
                                                                                                                                                                                    especially for their expression of con-
                                                                       candidate*, Mm. Eleanor
     PIZZERIA                                                          Ervin, Bill Hansell and Paul
                                                                       Farrell, also proved them-
                                                                                                                                          glo, a member of the St.
                                                                                                       Accidents reported dux- Mary's Church Rosary So-
                                                                                                                                                                                    fidence in Tuesday'* Election.
                  former/? Abba f Mo't                                 selves to be good candidates ng the week:                          ciety, spoke before the
                                                                       and good sports, and paid       A hit and run (damaged group about her trip abroad                                                              JOHN HOWLEY
                   NOW OPEN                                            a visit to the Dem HKQ and car) was reported by Char- and her audience with Pope
      EVERY SUNDAY                                                     extended their hands In les Weber of 134 S. Stevens John. She also showed pic-
                                                                       friendship and congratula- Avenue. On Monday night ture slides of her trip.
        and WEEKDAYS 4.11 P.M.                                         tions to the victors.        someone struck his car and               The Msgr Francis Bulil-
                                                                                                    took off.                             van spoke briefly on the de-
                         iputmihfnt In - •
                                                                          The South Amboy Wom-         Another hit-and-run was- votion to the Sacred Heart
                 PIZZA. SPAGHETTI n i l                                                              reported by Ken Doukas of of Jesus.
                                                                       an's Club will, display the
                   MEATIULS • ITALIAN
                                                                       efforts of the local paint- 229 High Street, who re- A request for donations                                                A NOTE OF THANKS
                 SAUSAGE SANDWICHES
                                                                       ing talents on Monday at     ported his 1960 Cadillac was of bed l i n e n s and men's
                                                                                                    struck while parked on shirts was made by Mrs.
                                                                       the First National Bank. Rldgeway Avenue Sunday.
            123 SO. STEVENS AVE.                                      Don't miss It, it's really                                          Albert Helm, chairman of
                                                                                                       The vehicle of Henry Or- the cancer dressing unit.                                 I with to express my gratitude to the
           SOUTH AMBOY                                                 worth seeing.
                                                                                                    szulakd of 2 Stephen Street,
                    Phon* PA 1-2052                                                                                                          Mrs. Max Kutne and Mrs.
                                                                          Stanley Labenski and Sayrevllle, and Thomas Walter Dobrynski will be                                       voters and workers of the Second Ward
               MM. I . ZOANOWICZ pr*».                                 Walt Pazda of Ihe Thun- Shannon of Brooklyn were co-chairmen of the cake
                                                                                                    Involved In an accident on                                                       for their support and assistance in elect*
                                                                       derbird Inn, have christen- Bordentown Avenue, near sale to be held on Nov. 13.
                                                                       ed their new addition the Dayton Street.                           A Christmas party will be
                                                                       "Galaxy Banquet Roo.jp."                                           held on Dec. 8. Co-chair*-                 ing mYas councilman.
                                                                                                       The Board of P u b l i c men are Mrs. James O'*
 OBITUARY                                                              Before they had a chance
                                                                       to hold their grand open- Works truck and the truck Leary and Mrs. Woodrow
           Mirfferett* B. Dante*                                                                    owned by the Garbage con-
             Margeretta H. Danier Ing, they accommodated the racting firm collided on McCarthy.
 died Wednesday, November Exempt Firemen's banquet Stockton St. Damage was                                                                    The members received                                                       FRED HENRY
 9. She was the sister of Mrs.                                        last week, and thl« week,                                           Holy Communion In a body
                                                                                                    Mftht.
 Raymond MegUl of HO the Dems heid tneir Elec-                                                                                            at the 7 a. m. Mass on Sun*
  Branch Port Avenue, Long                                             tion Eve rally there. The                                          day.
 Branch.                                                               new banquet room has re-
       She was 78 year* of age ceived many favorable com-
 and was a native of South ments from Its patrons.
                                                                                     Sayre-Wood Ford
                                                                                                        Sold - Parti and S«tvic«
                                                                                                                                                    HUOI HCLI                 TUN                                    PickU Fancfers Nott
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Though pickles are generally
                                                                                                                                            Mount Everett, world's tallest
 Amboy and lived here for                                                                                     A 1 U««d C a n              peak, would fit Into the'Phllipplne                                        served today As a relish In com-
                                                                            Several dog-bite Inci-
 20 years.                                                                                            RT. 9, MADISON TOWNSHIP             Trench, off the eutern c o u t of     Fall Fashion Note: The styli- pany with other foods, in the
      She was the widow of Ar-                                         dents were reported during                                                                                                                    13th century they often were
                                                                                                    1100 ft. S. of Soyrawood Shopping Cl. Mindanao, and have room to spare.   of sweaters most popular with served as a main dish, report
 thur V. Danser, ami a mem*                                            the pact w«ek; . Adalbert                                          The submarine trench plunges «H
                                                                                                             PArhway 1-4600                                                   boys will still he those with girls Bond Pickle Go. home econo-
toer of the First Presbyiter- .Bzatmary, 437 Ferris Street                                                                                  il at Its greatest depth.         in them.                               mists.
Han Church.                                                   " * . was tidtten by a dog owned
                                                                  •
     Surviving are Benjamin by J. T. Roberts of 140 8.
F Schuyier and several FelttMsStreet.                                                    The same YOU RING — I BRING                                      VOW
                                                                      dog waV responsible for a
•ilecea and nephews.
      F'uneral services will be John Street resident frac-
                                                                                                               (PROMPT DELIVERY)
                                                                                                                                             Hvotm                                                            — Rf COVEWtt) - KPAIWO
 M«ld on Saturday, at 11 o -
    ock from the A. S. Cole
                                                                    1 turing her arm.
                                                                                      Parkway
                                                                         Dennis Cross, age 0, of
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Slot*, )lo«, Atpholt, TtU,
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Wattfprooflni, Sky1'ghtt, Uodwt a
 i inoral Home, Oranbury 148 David St., was WUen in                                                                                                                                                              (All Klndi «f Sh««l
   >vh th« Rev, David Muyt- the right hand by a dog
   'r.i officiating.
                                                                                         - Liquors
                                                                      owned by Mrs. Levandow-
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Hot Ali Hnrtlng * Air

       interment will be In the
    < d a r HU1 Cemetery,
                                                                      •kl of 117 Bertram Ave.
                                                                         Oeorge Point of 128 John               (Irpported Wines and Champagne)                        R. F. STACK, INC.
                                                                                                                                                                                Office- Hlliciwtt 2-2465 (24-Hour Artfwarlng S«rvfc«)
                                                                      Street was bitten by a dog
                                                                                                      467 $ 0 . PIN! AVE. * OROVE ST.                   MORGAN, N. 5.
                                                                      owned by Mrs. King of                                                                                            VIOILANT?       KATHERINE STACK         HAHOID
                                            Broadway.                                           For Free Delivery . PA 1-2122                                                                     HllknM 2-24A5            VAHay «.17°4
                                                                                                                                                                           94 JEFFERSON ST., PWTH AMBOV, NEW JUUIY
       Tfcej SOUTH AMBOV CITIZEN                                                                                                                                                               Thursday, November 10, I960


Mayor Assures Boro                      Local Doctor Receives                     VwaatUity aplenty in                                       .                                      «
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Two GnUi R u
Wtker Adequate                          License to Practice                       1961 Corvair Greenbrier Sports Wagon                                                                          On Tuesday, Nor«m!wr
For Industry                     Among the 28 state resid-
                                ents to be llceneed to prac-                                                                                                                                  Iftth, at 8:00 PM.. the St.
    Councilman      Harold H. tice medicine since July 20                                                                                                                                     Hilda's Alter Guild of Chctet
Boelun challenged a claim was Dr. Edward P. 8elalei\                                                                                                                                          Chruch, South Amboy, will
tha/t several     unidentified i member of the SayrevUle                                                                                                                                     meet* in the      Parish Hall.
              felled to seek   Medical Group, the State                                                                                                                                       MTfl. Eeinhold Dexhelmer,
boro elte« because of alleg- Board of Medical Examin-                                                                                                                                        Directress, will preside at
ed Inadequate water            er* announced.                                                                                                                                                 the meeting, and plans wtll
 U                                       A native of Reading. Pa., Seisler
                                                                                                                                                                                             be made for the Christinas
              rebuttal to comments                                                                                                                                                           services.
                                      received his BS, degree from
 b y Ceuneilman Raymond Presnal       Albright College in 1950 and his                                                                                                                          On Wednesday at 2:00
 came durinf • claih over a pro-                                                                                                                                                             P.M., the St. Helena's Mi«-
                                      medical degree In 1954 from
 poeed improvement to the bor-                                                                                                                                                               sfconary Guild will meet In
                                      Hahnemann Medical College, Phil-
 OUftt water system discussed at                                                                                                                                                             the up^Va4r« of the Parish
 hlat nlght't Borough Council         adelphia.
                                         Seisler Interned for one year                                                                                                                        Hall. Mrs. George Hanfe,
                                      at the Reading (Pa.) Hospital                                                                                                                          preakteirt, will preside and a
    Boehnt, who questioned the pro- and also served a year's residency
 posal and later c u t the only dis-                                                                                                                                                         color motion picture en-
                                      there in gynecology. He spent
 senting vote, did not name the       two years in obstetrics and gyne-                                                                                                                      titled "So Great the Light"
 Industries or five a reason for      cology at St. Elizabeth Hospital                                                                                                                       Will be/shown .ThT '"•",
                to ehooee local cltw. In Youngstown, Ohio. Seisler wax                                                                                                                       whEH'ls about blind people
     "I know why the industries       licensed to practice medicine in                                                                                                                       and the Braille Bibles that
  didn't want to come in." he said,   Pennsylvania in 1955.                                                                                                                                  they can read for them-
  "and it wasn't because of water        He recently completed two                                                                                                                           selves, commemorates the
 . . . . it was something else"       years with the Air Force. Seisler                                                                                                                       125th anniversary of the
     Boahm vigorously opposed con-    was chief of the obstetrics de-
                                      partment at the Francis Warren                                                                                                                         American Bible Society's
  sideration of the improvement, in-                                              Chevrolet will rainc the lid on a real burprise     Hion. The Greenbrier in certain to fit transporta-
  volving an $a,74» connection be-    Air Force Base, Cheyenne. Wyo.            package when they reveal the 1961 Greenbrier          tion needs from back woods camps to ttwank hotels.     work with the blind. Jt was
  twt«n a new well and the water         Seisler Is on the staffs at South      Sports Wagon. A promising addition to the Cor-        Seats may be reponitioned to fit specialized re-       filmed In six countries and
  treatment plant, and asked that     Amboy Memorial and St. Peter's            vair line is this 95-inch wheetbate vehicle with      quirements. There also ia a commercial coun-           tellfl the story of how the
  action be delayed until plans       General hospitals. H« U married           rear-installed engine and independent »u>pcn-         terpart-a delivery vehicle named the Corran.           Society provides Scriptures
  drawn by Charles Kupper, con-       and the father of three children.                                                                                                                      tor the sightless.
  •Ultinf engineer, could be studied  He expects to move his family;
  further.    '                       to this area from Reading.
                                         The medical group has offices
                                                                              15 Members Inducted                      Hoffman High School
     He safd that there was "no
  emergency" involved and Mayor
  Anthony J. Popowski agreed.
                                      at S3 Main St. here at the Madi-
                                       son Township Medical Center in
                                                                              In Cub Pack No. 63
                                                                                  At the first meeting of
                                                                                                                       Present Assembly                        Family Safety, Room for Car
  However. Popowski said that the
  wall was ready for lue and that
                                      Throckrr.orton Lane in Madison.
                                       There are six members to the           Cub Pack 63 fifteen mem-                 .Program
                                       group, two in each of the special-     bers were inducted at cere- ! The Harold O. Hoffman
 ."favorable" bids were received.
     Popowski said that based on       ties of obstetrics and gynecology,     monies in the Emma Arleth            High School held an assem-
                                       internal medicine, and pediatrics.     School. The pack is apon-           bly program on       Monday,
  costs of similar current projects
  in other towns, the local project                                           sored by tjw Robert E. Lee t ^November 7, at the audi-
  could be costlier If delayed. "It                                           Yacht Club.                          torium.
  would be a gamble." Popowski                                                                                        The program was opened
  •aid, " . . . perhaps of $2,000 to                                              They were John Belglo,Stephen
                                                                               Gillen; Peter McDade, Thomas        with a Bible     reading, by
  $1,000 in taxpayers' money."
                                                                               Malloy; Robert Chris; Frank        Carmen      Clinton followed
   Earlier in the meeting, Boehm                                               Biancomano; Thomas Holmes;         by the Lord's Prayer, Sa-
 disagreed with Councilman Ed-                                                 Jeoffrey Nuber; Edward Monaco;     lute to the Flag and the
 ward Fielek's request that an or-          Births recorded at the South
                                         Amboy Memorial Hospital were          Chris Cassidy; Joseph Gordon;      Star-Spangled     Banner by
'dinance amendment regulating                                                  Thomas Gavin; Joseph La Barre;      the Student Body.
                                         as follows:
  Presnal defended the borough's            Son to Mr. and Mrs. Harold         Gary Breyfuss and Louis Napoli-
                                                                               tano.                                   Gary MLhok presented
policy of water supply expansion         Bloodgood of 151 John Street,                                             Our    American     Heritage,
and said that the borough should         South Amboy.                             Den mothers appointed were:
be "congratulated and compli-               Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Rich-     Mrs. Mary Kucaba; Mrs. Ann and Shirley Bubleskl, "Who
mented" because of the program.         jard Holliday of 106 Princeton         Biancomano; Mrs. Mario Malloy;      Can Vote?" The Freshmen
  "We should keep right on going        IRoad, Parlin.                         Mrs. Perry LaBarre ana Mrs, Ed-    of Room 203 sang America,
(with the water program)," Pres-            Son to Mr, and Mrs. Peter Me-      na Mae Cassidy. Assistant den      the Beatutliul, and Law-
nal said. He then mentioned "in-         Dade of 20 Haven Terrace, Par-        mothers appointed were Mrs.        rence Schwartz explained
dustries" which "wanted to come          lin.                                  Gladys Pearce; Mrs. Marie Bel-     the Electoral Votea followed
into the borough" but were dis-             Son to Mr. and Mrs, George         gio; Mrs. JeanCroUy; Mrs. Marie
                                                                               Monaco and Mrs. Margaret           by Gloria Nowlckl with the
couraged by reports of an inad-          Bennethum of 188 State Street,
                                                                               Gillen.                            Popular Votes.
equate water supply.                     Perth Amboy.
  Councilman Joseph Zlemba,                 Son to, Mr. and Mrs. Sofil Failla     Louis Napolilano is den father      The Houee of Represen-
quoting information from an in-          of 42 Harvard Road, Parlin.           of the Weblos. The next pack        tatives and the Election* of
dustrial group, said that "com-              Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Rob-     meeting will be held Nov. IS at     the 1900'* were presented by
panies didn't want to come in            ert Fazekas'of Route 35, Morgan.      7:30 p. m. in the school. Cubs     Helen Nemeth and Thomas
because of the water."                       Son to Mr, and Mrs. Ralph          will distribute circulars urging  Jenkins respectively.
  Popowski said that he has been          Gottstine of Box 252, Cheese-         citizens to vote Nov. a.
                                          quake.                                                                      Learning la your Business
trying to end talk that there is                                                   The pack will tour the Nike     a skit for National Educa-
an Inadequate water supply for               Daughter to Mr. and Mrs, Jo- missile base in Madison Town-
                                          seph Creed of 356 Ferris Street,      ship Saturday. The cubs will meet  tion Week was presented by
industries.
                                          South Amboy,                          at 2 p. m. at home of Mrs. Wil- the following: Moderator,
  "We can produce In excess of
half a million gallons per day."             Son to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth        liam Geiler, Albert Drive.         Maryellen Lincoln;     First
                                          Walczak- of 440 Wihnont Street,                                          Speaker; Ann Abbatlello;
be said. "One of the nicest things
                                           South Amboy.                                                            Second Speaker, Peggy Sor-
that has happened in I960 is the
expansion of our water supply                                                                                      enson; Third Bpeaker, Jan
system."                                                                                                           Dobrzynskl; Fourth Speak-
  Boehm has been critical of                                                                                       er Kathy Logoda; Grammar
methods used in expanding the                                                                                                                                Once there was room for only one car in this double garage,
                                                                                                                  School Graduate, Fay Per-
system and particularly of* the                                                                                                                           simply because of the floor clatter, as shown in the lowes photo. The
                                                                                                                   Hnlo; High School Gradu-.
Kupper firm's participation in the                                                                                                                        home owner, determined to safeguard his family against accidents
                                                                                                                  ate, Sandra      Jaklmowlcz;
                                                                                                                                                          that might arise from the conglomeration on the floor, simply lined
            of wreckers in the bor-                                                                               College Graduate, Sharon
                                                                                                                                                          the w«lls with Masonite W Peg-BoardVwhich he nailed to the,
 ough be considered after a caucus                                                                                Boudlnot.
                                                                                                                                                          studs and furring strips, and then suspended the floor-clutterin|
 session.                                                                                                           Announcements, were made              objects on the walls. In the process he had made room for a new
    Fiekk felt that the number of                                                                                 by Gary Miiiok and God
 wrecker licenses should not be                                                                                                                           sports car, seen in the upper photo. The heavy-duty board, avail-
                                                                                                                  Bless America was sung by               able with matching metal futures at lumber dealers, will hold such
 restricted to IB, bu>that there be
 at Wast ' two "open" licenses                                                                                    the Freshmen of Boom 903                heavy objects • • lawn rollers, outboard motors, shelves of paint
 available. Boehm said that leav-                                                                                 with a Solo by Shirley Dub-             cans, lawnmowera, wheelbarrows, bicycln and extension ladders. -
 ing *!open" licenses (for any fu-                                                                                leski and Evelyn English
 ture wrecker operators) would                                                                                    the Pianist was Joyce>Max-
 present "difficulty."                                                                                            weil.
   He also said that he saw no
i w o n to delay a vote on the
 enendment until after a caucus.
 The amendment was passed aft-
                                                                                                                          In a year, your eyes move
                                                                                                                       up, down and sideways some
                                                                                                                       .16,000,000 Limes; .von blink
                                                                                                                                                             Pai4*en Aluminum
 er a brief caucus.
                                                                                                                       some 84,000,000 times.
   The measure limits the number
 Of wreckers to 16, lists police pro-
                                                                                                                                                                          Storm Fndows £ Doors
 cedure m summoning and Jn-
 structlnf wreckers at accidents
 and provides a "rotation" sys-
 tem for garages involved.
  \The council awarded a contract
                                              B. j . EXCAVATING                                                          JAN                                            Jalousies - Awnings*'• Siding
                                                      GRADING & CELLARS ETUG                                                                                                — Mf AIM Of M l TVm —
 fat- study of conditions at the
 AgUte division of the Sayre and
 Fisher Co. to Jersey Testing Lab-
                                                  TOP SOIL — MASON SAND — PILL DIRT                                           BROS.
 oratories, Newark, on a low bid
 of 1MB. The council wilt study
                                         2 DAYTON STREET                 SOUTH AMBOY „ N. J.                                   General                      1*1 t e . PIM AVINUI                     WUTH AMIOY, N. 1
                                                       Phona PArkjpay 1-2030
U|bjfjnjrt   and, dfcjlflf UBQO any,
                                                                                                                       Exiavating Contractors
                                                                                                                       Sewer & Water Lliwo Installed
                                                                                                                                                                    — f t w a i rAfkwiy 1-5054
   Vincent Modielewskl of Hone-
 •bee Road questioned a council                                                                                        Top Soil - Grading - Pill Dirt
                                         ment Association, said that his
 dedsion to file a letter from the
 Uth District Democratic Club
                                         group agreed with the adminis-            GOVERNMENT                            Mason Sand - Excavating
                                         tration's policy of industrial ex-       SURPLUS SALES
 protesting extension of N. Main
 Knot as an "industrial high-

                asked why the let-
 ter was not read and was told
                                         pansion.
                                            Bellan said the association fa-
                                         vored nutntatnlnj a "favorable"
                                         local tax rate and said that costs
                                                                             NOW onyon* con buy DIRECT from
                                                                             U: S. OOVHNMMT SUttlUS D l
                                                                             POTS, by mail for yswitlf or for
                                                                             ratal*. Camaroi, binoevlon,
                                                                                                                             Acphalt Driveways

                                                                                                                               — Phones —
                                                                                                                              Hlllcreat 2-4460
                                                                                                                                                             Frank's Market
                                         of local governmsnt and educa-       | p i , trucki, boal», h«rdwar«, »ff            PArkway 1-1668
 by Popowski that council mem-           tion would be a strain if Industri- machlrm and *qvtp*»*nt, t«nti, tools
 bers bad copies and that the\et-        al ratablts were lost or not en- and t»nt-oMhou«an<i« el olhir Kami                                                                        •' I, 'Where Quality Rules"
 Mr was available to the press.          courefed.                           al a fraction o* Ihalr original cott.
    the extension, from Roberts
                                                                                                                       ADAM LOVELY
                                                                             Many Ittnu brand n«w. For Nil of
                                            Herman Moselowitt, borough
 Oroesinf to Chevaliar Avenue,                                               hundred* el U. V Q*mtkm*rt 9urpWt
                                         engineer, was authorised to pre- 6«poU, tocaiod In ovary Stai* ort*                                                                                      Serving . . .
 WOttW increase favorable condi-         pare plans for correction of drain- ovwoat with pamphlet "How Gov-
 tions for Industry, according to        age problems at ten locations in    ernment Can Ifilp blracl To You."                      Plumbing                                               South Amboy & Vicinity
 borough officials, and has been         the borough.
 endorsed by the Garden State                                                plvi procodurn, HOW TO IUY end
 Parkway Authority.
                                            Received from the Planning       hew to g«l mt JUS.NUS, mall $1.00                     and Heating                                                  For 30 Years
                                         Board was a resolution approv-      fo SUftHUS SALES INFORMATION
    The dub'i fetter concludes by                                            MtVICM, f. O. I M N O . ISIS-                                GAB
                                         ing an ordinance amendment
 airing that the extension propos-                                           W«itilfi|lon 3, O. C.            j0j  [                    HEATING                   Free Parking — Checks Cashed Free
                                         which would prohibit open pit
 a l be tabled until a borough In-                                                                                                   Units Iiutallod
-dwtrlal Commission " . . . pro-         mining south of Washington Road                                                                                         (Open Thursday & Friday Evenlngi Until 9:30)
 •teds with careful preparation          from the Deep Cut Bridge to the         New York plants produce 92                        Sfifl H«nry Street
 and deliberation."                      South River Bridge. Final action                                                          SOUTH AMBOY           611 BOHDENTOWN AVINUI                      SOUTH AMBOY, N.
                                                                             per cent of all the fur coatB
                                         on the matter Is scheduled for
    Joseph 8*11*0. president of the                                          made I ^ h e U S.                                   Tel. PArkway 1-01 IK
 layreviUo Taxpayers Improve-
                                         Dec, 7.                                                                                                          Free Delivery — Tel. PArkway 1-0276 • 027
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Thunday, Noymbtr 10,
                      ••(/TH AMiaV ClTIIBN

                          ifonoK
                 . heraby riven that the
                 Ith Amboy. Nrw Jersey
              , •* nnhllc sale to the
               bidder on Monaay. Un-
              it. I960 at it 00 p. m.-urB-
                                                      Pair of Hew Youth Orga-
                                                      nizations Formed i t                                                                                                 Weekly Stock Market Round-I
                                                                                                                                                                              Prepared by the Investment Retearek Department of
              time. at it.-* usual place
           fat In th n i v Hall. South
            New JtTHcy. all rlirtits.
                                                      Christ Church                                                                                                         Hrmphill, Noyea A Co., 15 Brood Street, Ntw York 5, N. Y.
                                                                                                                                                                                  Member* of the New York Stock Exchange
            lnt*ri'st nf th<> clly In the.
        sea fully HIHI completely de-                 Two new youth organiza-                                                                                                                                           Novemt«r9,1W0
     Ibed In uii'HtiiT part ot thin                 tions at Chrtat Church will
                                                    hold tiielr itoitloJ meetings                                                                                                     What la The Outlook For Gold SIMICB?
 *KS(BirTION OF |*ANDS Or                                                                                                                                                    In the pant couple of weeks the price of gold has become an
   lUWTRIfTlON OF LANDS OF during this week. On Mon-
THE <ITV OF SOUTH AUBOV day, the opening meeting                                                                                                                          important item in the news. A speculative wave of buying took
      PROIMMiKD TO BR SOLD AT                                                                                                                                             place in London which forced th« price up to over >40 per ounce
                     Fl BMC AICTION                 of the Young Churchman's
      H i f i n n i F i K fll ft o o l n t In t h *
                                                    Choir WM held at 8 P.M.                                                                                              although it dropped back eloa« to I -                ; — - — _ , .. . ..
 N'iKtiw.'stiTly line of Main Street                                                                                                                                                   . of |36
                                                                                                                                                                         the V. S. price rtrL-. «n ounce in or an increase In the price of gold.
                                                                                                                                                                              --•_                         •-I bar^o, a devaluation of tha dollar
 vilni.' (he same t» lntpriect«l by                 Under the direction of Clin-                                                                                         a matter of a few d»ys, Thit in- The only other possible alternative
•in- nortrtt-aatfrly lln« o ' lands of                                                                                                                                                                        or an increase In the prlea of told.
 HrijjK.i Chevrolet Corp., and run- ton C. Keyer, organist and                                                                                                           to rest was caused primarily by the would be the payment of subsidies
    i                                                                                                                                                                     fear that the United States might
      il> Alonir the said northeasterly ohoSrmaater, this group wffll
 line of Brits'* Chevrolet Corp.. be open to all boys and girls                                                                                                          either devalue the dollar or raise to domestic gold mining companies
 North 48 degrees 38 minutes West.                                                                                                                                       the price of gold. There it also to increase gold production.
 264 30 reel to the northeasterly of high school age. One-                                                                                                               fear of « greater inflation In this     Gold stocks are speculative and
 pmilongstlon of the southeasterly hour rehearsals will be held
  me of Fourth Street; thence
 li                                                                                                                                                                      country as a result of govern- probably should not be included In
      (2) Alonf the said northeasterly earth Monday evening -at 8                                                                                                        mental spending proposals of one the small investor's portfolio, but
 prolongation of the southeasterly P.M. i n the Pariah Hall.                                                                                                             of the presidential candidates the sophisticated investor who
 line of Fourth Street. North «
 'legreea 43 minutes B u t . 1M7I                                                                                                                                        which could lead to an unbalanced looks to this group as a possible
 reet to a point In the southerly                      A newly-formed Junior               '   "The Dark a t the T\c*p of the Stairs," starring Rob-                     budget. There has probably been hedge, especially if h e h u j U j U B .
 11 n« of tanas of Jersey Centra Altar Guild will hold their                                                                                                             some se^iny jtf Amerlnan stoeks portfolio wliteir Is weirdJversifleoV
 Power and Ltfttt Co.. thence                                                             ert Preston and Dorothy McGulre and "Torpedo R
   (3) Alone the aatd southerly ii»»                                                                                                                              rw     ^j European investors who aremight buy them.
nf jfJids of Jers«r Control                                                                  " " — Wrtmn«&rtiatB«^ne^''^ "                                               fearful about the economic outlook
                                        on Tuesday evening- •Nov-                         tures that will be shown for 4 days starting Wednesday,                                                                Pome» Mine* and HomtMtake
       _ minute* fcast. KM.97 fiat                                                                                                                                       in the country at this time. Further Mining *re perhaps the least spec*
to a point In the southerly line of     ember 15th, at 7:00 P.M. In                       November 9th, at Loewto "35'\ Drive-In Theatre.                                liquidation is possible along with utative of the gold mining stocks,
lands now or formerly ot Arathore       the Sacristy of the church.                                                                                                      further withdrawal of gold if the but for the more venturesome In-
R^Mty rw. thence                                                                               "Where The Hot Wind Blows," starring Gina Lol-                            sentiment towards inflation con- vestor there might be greater op-
   (*) Aloln* the said southerly        This group Is open to all
line or lands of Amshore Realty                                                           labrlgida and Yves Montand and "Key Witness," etar-                            tinues. Finally, interest rates in portunities for capital gains (or
£n South 48 dgrees 39 minutes           high school girls who would
K»«< m os f « t io a nolnt tn the
                                                                                          rtng Jeffrey Hunter are the features that will be                              this country are lower creating a losses if the situation reversed
                                        be hftereated Iti assisting
northwesterly line of Main Street;                                                        shown Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, November 1% wide spread between the return itself) in Campbell Red Lake and
                                        with the work of prepara-                                                                                                        one can get from European bonds Giant Yelhwhtif*.
    id Alon* the aald northwesterly tion of the altar. Members                            14 and 15, at Loew's "35" Drive-In Theatre.                                    as compared to American bonds.
uni- of Main Street on a curve to                                                                                                                                                                                            • • *
rhe right havlnir a radius of 4J7 13 of a committee from the                                                                                                                There are so many uncertain-          Kor further Information or a com-
fpet. an arc distance of S10.ST feet
                                        Senior Altar OuUd who are                                                                                                        ties at the present time THat it plete report contact your Hsrnphlll,
t<> ft point: thencA                                                                                                                                                     would be very difficult to fore- N'oyci A Co. offlea in: Albany. N. T. i
    •6) smt i l o n e ^ e northweiterly In charge of forming the                                                                                                                                              Allentown. Pa.: Altaona. Pa.: Baverly
lino of Main -Street. South 41 de-'                                                                                                                                      cast the future outlook for gold Hills. Calif.; Boston. Mass.: Brockton,
«''•'« « minute* West. 141.49 feet      new group Include: Mar-                                                                                                          prici-s. The current Administra- Mass.. Chicago, 111.: Harrlaburc, Pa.:
 t" ihc point or place of Beginning                                                                                                                                      tion has assured the British Gov- IndkanaiKill*, ind.Mthaca, N. Y.; La-
    F.xcntina thereout and there- lone Qaiton, Francis Kirk,                                                                                                                                                  fayette, Ind.; Lancaster, Pa.; Loa An-
from the following described tract                     and Audrey                                                                                                        ernment they will maintain the $3K ireleii, Calif.; Lowell. Mass. : Newark.
<>r parrel of land.
   Rpjdnnln* at a point In the north-
«-<-»terly line of Main Street dis-
                                                                                             Drive In Theatre                                               DRIVE-IN
                                                                                                                                                             THEATRE
                                                                                                                                                                         price for gold, but if the outflow X. J.: I'hlladeliJhta, Pa. ; Pittsburgh.
                                                                                                                                                                         continues on the basis at which it Pa.; Provldenca, R. 1.; Raadinf, Pa.;
tant Northesatarlv along the same.                                                             rtiOAY aa« SATURDAY                       j OMN 6.10 WOVtfS *1 r 00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          N.
                                                                                                                                                                         has in the past year eventually Syracuse,N. J. :V. ; Tnunton. Wash- ;
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Trenton,         Tuenon, Aria.:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Haas.
"» «6 f»et fmm th* lnt-rse*tlnn nf                                                                                      UNDAYJ ONlT-OefN i )0 MOVIES At «00              sumc action might have to be         ington, D.c.; Worcester. Mass.; fork.
rhn said northwesterly line of Main                                                               4 n o imrrs 4         l [ | | l M i l l Hill HI III nl ,11 Mill {Ml UK
                                                                                                                                                                         tukt'n within the form of an em-Pa!                                  M«V
S'rer-t with th* northeasterly line
nt lands of Brlgffs Chevrolet Corp
iirift running
                                                      Two Honored at                                                                   r The Dank
      Mi On a curve to the left having
n rndiua of 60.00 feet, an are dls-
liiiirf of 76.39 fet to a point: t h e n c
                                                      Bridal Showers                          Cartoon Carnival
                                                                                           Alan ladd • Sidney PolMtr                   At The Top of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     HE grunto and groans at an
    ,'2i North 48 degree* 3* minutes
IV.'M. J99 19 feet to a point; thmce
     '•I' On a crave to the left hav-
'"<•* a radiu* of 15 feet, an arc
                                                         Mlas Carol Halaaz was
                                                      honored at a bridal shower
                                                      at Andy's Hall. The show-
                                                                                           "AU THE YOUNG MEN"

                                                                                                 g    Bardot
                                                                                                                                ST
                                                                                                                                       ' The Stairs '
                                                                                                                                 * ' 'ROKRTPRESION JJORniHY Md.'UIKf                                            T     sthleu actually enable him
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 to Improve his performance be-
• li.itance of 23.52 feet to a point In                                                                                                                                                                          cause they are a way of .
Hi- northeasterly prolongation of                     er waa given by her grand-          "BABCTTf GOES TO WAR"                       Glenn FORO Ernest BORGNINE                                                 the paychoki«ksal harrier.*'
'h.      *outh«asterly line of Fourth                 mother, Mrs. Helen Duliba
Sti.-.-t      (h»-nrt«
                                                      and aunt, Mrs. Joseph
                                                                                                       iCotor)                    TORPEDO BUN                                                                      Dr. Nidhio Ikal told the Pan
    ' 4) AloriR the aald northeajiterlv                                                                                                                                                                          Aittstftciui   Coft^rttsM off Bportl
 •I ..leneation of the mutheanterlv                                                                                                                                                                              Medicine that that* is oonstderahle
 ;!"•• nf Fourth Street. North 41 de-
 ••'••.- 42 minutes East. 80.00 feet                    Mlas HalasB will become
                                                                                              Late Horror Show                       GINALOUOBRIGIDA                                                             dllferenc* between an athlete's
                                                                                   "CttATUKi OF THE JUNGU"                                                                ( 1) The Hawaiian Islands, soon
                                                                                                                                m\  ms MONTAND
 '•' " pvilnt; thence                                                                                                                                                                                            total capacity of strength (his
    <5> On a curve to the left hav-                   the bride of Gerald Flana-                                                                                               to become our 50th state,
 |'L- a radfu* of 16 feet, an arc                     gan ,318 John Street on                                                                                                                                    "physiological limit") and the
  imnnrp of 23 81 feet to a point:
                                                      December 3, at 3:00 p. m. In
                                                                                           JUNDAY THIU TUESDAY                 i&\HNiME THE NOT                                were formerly called the:         amount h« Is abletogive out with
       *)i South 4S»deBree« 38 minutes
 i' MJ 197 29 feet to a point: thence                 Bt. Mary's Church, South       I A I I T H I D SHOW 5.30 p.".                 WIND BLOWS                                   Marshall Island*                at any on* time (his "psychologi-
     < i On a curve to the left having                                                           DoVJd Ladd                                                                      Sandwich Islands                cal limit"} A loud noise like a
                                                      Amboy.                                                                                                                                                     •tartar's psatol, shouts and grunts
  i rrtdlu" nf MOO feet, s n ar«- dia-                                                       "THI SAO H O t H "                                                                  Aleutian Islands
 '.-<'"•>• nt *3fiSfeet to * point in the                 Ml«i Patricia Norowutd                                                                                                                                 somehow nlax th* athlete's inhi-
 N:-'Ml)*eaierly line of stain Street
 i h i nr*»                                           daughter of Mrs. Ethel Nor-                                                    JEFFREYHUNTLR D                      (2) The first name of General           bitions, said the Tokyo physio-
    'M On « curve to the right hav-                   Owakl and the late John                    Th* Sfory of                                                                 DeGaulle, now beading the           logist. In experiments the noiat of
 ••M: i pacilux of 4*7)2 feel, an arc
  ii-iiiinrp of 43.89 feet to a point                 Norowakl, was honored at a                                                r i f K L U HHUftS I          Canlw Of-       government of Prance, Is:           a pistol resulted in an average m-
                                                      bridal shower at the Clov-                                                CHILDREN UNttR I? f K l /   m MT%"»             Eduard                            ereass of 10 percenttatIS subjects.
    ' i i 5-tl|l along the northwesterly                                                                                                                                                                          The amount of Inhibition verts* In
 :i»"' nf Main Street South 41 de-
 • i-•.•* 42 minutes West. l l l . M fe«>t
                                                      retvf Inn.                                 M 9 N I N lUSNrHSC
                                                                                                                                                                                Robert                            Individual athletes.
 "• ill.' point or place of Beginning.                  MLM Norowett will marry           "NUDE IN TtH WHITE CAI"               s>£O child! O new-born deniaen                  Charles
     T'Tmr 10 per cent In cash or                     John Fogarty, Jr. of Bell,*-                                                Of Ufe'a great city! On thy
 ••••iKflfrt rheck. payable   Immedl-                 vllle In Tfc" Mary's Church             (rV*« In Car Heattrt)                    head
 ..r.-iv neon acceptan''* of the bld-                                                 1
  n ilnnrp due whi>n de«1 haii b<>^n                  on November 12.                     . • Children Always Free -
 iTi-T'irml and ready for delivery
 i,- '•nrch»»er
     Th,. n t y of South 'Amboy re-                     The glory at th« morn la
 " • " " the rffrht to reject any or
 nil Mris.
    Hi order nf thp City Council of                   Uk« a c«I(wtUl beniMtil"
 S'liiih   Amb'iy
                         J O H V 1. T R I O r . 8 .
                                 City r t k


                                                          0REEN S (MEN'S SHOP        1902)

RUGS, uied-50, 9x12, 12x12]                                                      AdverMted Brandt —
11x13, 11x21. Many odd sizes.                               AHOW SHIRTS — McGREGOR — VAN HEUSEN
Runners, maple b«ds, ch«it«,                            FLORSHIEM SHOE — SWANK JEWELRY — RESISTOL HATS
dressers, lov« >eat, iobUf,
                                                                INTERWOVEN HOSE (and many othm)  \
anfiqu«. Open 9 to 9. Shot*
Furniture, Hwy. 35, Laurwic*
Harbor, U. J.                                           104 S. BROADWAY                          PArkway 1-0494




                                       —.        NOTICE
                                        RESIDENTS OF SAYREV1LLE
                             The Sayreville Water Department will undertake a
                      program of complete cleaning of Water Mains beginning
                      Mttday, 14th of November 1960.
                           ID order to minimize the inconvenience this will cause,                                                          Aluminum Siding                                NEW AlCOA StDJNQ 13 A WALL OF BEAUTYI
                                                                                                                                                                                           Amtzin, new Alcoa* Atumaturtfiniih over bonderind, palnl'
                      the program will be carried out between the hours of 8 P.                                                                                                            tripping turfaes (K»pirt(ion won't flakt w pstL Thh lonf*


                      M. and 3A. M.                                                                                                        Made Only by Alcoa!                             lasting txtsrfor finish (or youi horns a m you mousy on re-
                                                                                                                                                                                           painting. Available In whits tntf four beiutifiil putsj cofan
                                                                                                                                                                                           NEW ALCOA 8IDINQ 18 A WALL OF COMFORT!
                           It is estimated the program will take approximately one                                                                                                         Spactal, ftctory-ippJlstf polyKyrene foMi IrtwUtW WUf tttM

                      month and the following approximate schedule will be main*                                                             3 WONDERFUL                                   •UttW IDIWW h u t wlflhjr «M; nvet w up Is 34 par csrrt
                                                                                                                                                                                           en UML Mm Ahuninum Foil bscidng rvfMs fivMN hatt I *
                                                                                                                                                                                           KkM wrlnsA sain dWdm* in omfbrL
                                                                                                                                                                                           NEW ALCOA fllDINQ 18 A WALL OF PROTECTIONI

                              1st Week - tipper and Lower Sayreville, Pirlin                                                                  WALLS IN 1!                                  ftugffsd mw Aleoi Aluminum i % , ilclid «fth'rtMtsllurglei)|y
                                                                                                                                                                                           W J O ^ B ^ S ^ prohrtjpn, an'( wtrp. VIH orrot,r m J
                                                                                                                                                                                                    mebl-WI-totm amblnation iNkss A t e Mrm •
              /   •


                              2nd Week - Laurel Park, Parkway, Sayre Woods                                                           CAUTOMY        torn ntti KSTiMATir NO OILMMTIONI              riMlWH
                                                                                                                                                     CONVtNllMT riNaNCINai
                              3rd Week - President Park, Rose's Corner and
                                                                         Melrose
                              4th Week - Morgan Section
                                                            Raymond J. Prestul,
                                                              Water Department
                                  »
                                   4^
                                                          A«HooyJ.?opowski,
                                                                      Mayor
                                                                                                                                  RAY'S ALUMINUM PRODUCTS, Inc.
                                                                                                                                           Call PArinoy 1-5929 or Clifford 7 4 5 5 5
        Th* SOUTH A N M V                                                                                                                                                                            Thgndoy,                  )0, i<?40



The Right Food                                                                      Th« Typewriter Goti To School                                         South Amboy School
Hdp* Older Folks
  Tbe right food isn't gu*-»
mnieed to make the octo-
genMian feel like dianolng
                                          Stamps                                                                                                          Lists Honor Roll
                                                                                                                                                                Grade IA:
                                                                                                                                                            Mark Abbatiirllo. Andrew Biesia-
                                                                                                                                                           <la, Douglas Buekalew, Donna Lee
                                                                                                                                                                                                     iugene A. Morris
a ]lg, but It will help the                                                                                                                                 (otter, William       Covert, Gail        PalaU, OIU sad Varaiaiie*
                                                                                                                                                            <;awenun, Glenn Hisery, James
older person feel like grin-            An interesting philatelic note                                                                                      Ki-egan, Joan Krug, Dennis Mc-                     , Glaaa.
ning instead of vouching,            has been received from the                                                                                             <urthy, Lawrence Parsons, Pa-
•ayv Mr». Anne. Lewis Logg,          British Crown A ^ n t * in London                                                                                      wiiia Shaluha, Gerald Volosyn                Gold Lea/, SUtaa. Btc
                                     concerning the Brillsn tunic-
home agent of Middlesex              roons. They consist of two de-
                                                                                                                                                                tirade 1                                    WALL PAPER
Geuntr ftttenalon Service.           tached sections lying en the                                                                                               Grade 2.
                                     eastern border of Nigeria and are                                                                                      Karl Huickrood, Howard Connors.        |233 Flrat Straat, Booth AJhboy
  Although even the beet             "trust territories" under (he                                                                                          I i»nalri Ondlek, Leonard Hanaen,
tftoto In the later life may         United Nations       administered                                                                                      H ilivrt Hoffman, Frank Johnson,             Dial PArkway 1-0485
not meJte up lor p u t yean          jointly with Nigeria and Great                                                                                         Sdrtiud Mrtrrin, Paul Mundy, Wtr.
of wrong eating, lt'e never          Britain.                                                                                                               I'ltrioriH, David Roberts, Frank
too late to make changes                Since Nigeria achieved her In-                                                                                      Scilly, Michael TingU, ' Roger
                                     dependence on Oct. 1, 1060, Ni-                                                                                         WliiU;, Thomas Worttey, ftonald          Notice in a Baltimore doctor's
for the better, Mrs, Logg re-        gerian stamps ujed in the Brit-                                                                                        V.iloayn, Susan Dill, Benita For-      office: Happy a t u ' Succettjul Mtn
mind* older people.                  ish Camoroons are being over-                                                                                           innso. Maureen, Helton, Judith        Keep TKeir Mind* on Their Work
                                     printed In red "Cameroons
   Food needs of older peo-          U.K.T.T."    (United     Kingdom                                                                                       .1.mason, Christina. Kennedy.          But Not Thtir Work on Tktir
ple differ little from those         Trust Territory) until such time                                                                                        K;t nil Graf, Carol Michasky,         Mind*.
of younger adult*, except            ai • new definitive issue lor the                                                                                       f>'KKy Mundy, tinda Tice, Debtti                            —HaroMHelfcr
                                     Cameroon! is Introduced.                                                                                               Whitcomb, Debra Jean Prrter,
                                        WhHtt the future of the Trust                                                                                        Donald Freer, Teddy Huff, David                    OBDIHAMCB
 ffwSm^WeS&hi habit*                 Territory will not bo decided                                                                                         •Pillar. Billy Ward, James Zlola          BOABD Or rVBUC WOBKS
                                                                                                                                                                                                         AN ORDINANCE OF THE
of older folks show that             until after an expscted UN plth-
                                                                                                                                                                Grade 2B:                          BOARD Or PUBLIC              WORKH
they tend to have too Uttle                                                                                                                                                                        OFTHE CITY OT SOUTH AM-
                                                                                                                                                          , Louise Litts, Virginia Lee Loosen,     BOY AMENDING AN OR^i
milk. Their diets also fall                                                                                                                                 Cynthia Pillar, Janet Lee Shahika,     NANCE ENTITLED "AN ORDI-
                                                                                                                                                            Mary Susan Switzer, April Vi-          NANCE OF THE BOARD OF
short In the protein foods                                                                                                                                                                         PUBLIC WORKS TO PROVIDE
                                                                                                                                                            vian, Mary Helen Ward                  rOR A SUPPLY OF WATER
—meats, flah, poultry and                                                                                                                                       Grade 3A:                          THROUGHOUT THE CITY OF
egg*. Another weakness Is                                                                      >
                                                                                  rii.- IIHI- < t tin- portublf tyjH'wnU'r by Hi-m«-»tary school Ruth Bloodgood, Kathryn Bouc-                     Or 8OUTH AMBOY. AND E8-
                                                                                                                                                                                                   TABLMHINr; RULE8. REG'JJiA-
that the diets are often too                                                 ilnlil/.n i.s hi'lpin^ them improve work Imbilu. develop better hard, Sharon Dennis, Elizabeth                        TJONB AND RATES FOR THE
                                                                             .•'lulls m Kn^lish gmtiuimr. and increase the quantity of written Hammel, Kathleen Kubinak, Bon-                      USE Or BA1D WATER.' ain
Mghtln calories.                                                             work produced. To the surprise of many, it is also aiding children nie Lanjre, Cynthia F.ongch Pn-                    proved December 23. 1962
  Tea and tout, coffee and                                                   m both the speed and quality of their handwriting. Theae con- tricia Pillar, Jean Smith, Karen                            Be tt ordained by the Board «»
donutt—thia type of food                                                     clusions have been demonstrated in three independent, year-long White, Jo-Ann Michalsky                               Public Works of the City o* South
is high In calories, but low                                                 rest-arch projects conducted by Boston, Columbia and Illinois                      Grade 3B:                             Section 1. Section S3 of an Or
                                                                             Universities under research grants from Royal Mcfiee Corpora- David Arky, Thomas Brlnamen,                            Attune* of the Board of Publt.'-
In protein and milk nutri-      With the release on Oct. I                   tion, maker of Royal Typewriters.                                                                                     WorkM «Mia*d: An Onllnance of
                                                                                                                                                           Michael Conley, Harold Coyle,.          th« Board of Public Work* To
ent*.                         of the current NUerian stamp                                                                                                -John Freer, Thomas Krolik, Mic-         Provid* for a Supply of Watrr
  The home agent suggests Issue overprinlfd "Cameroon*.                                                                                                    hael Kulcsar, Sean Powers, Gary         ThrouchoiU The City of Sr-ulh
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Amboy and F«WM'«Jil"" "-V*
                              U.K.T.T.," a new
the following qulck-and- country appears stamp-insulin                      CD CONFERENCE IS
and easy, economical main national scene.
                                                on the Inter-
                                                                                                                       A Guide                             Read, David Render, John Sieke,
                                                                                                                                                           Ronald Sturgis.
                                                                                                                                                                                                   ResulatloiM and Rate* For The
                                                                                                                                                                                                   U«« of Said Water," approval
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       »
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Aufiut 31. 1930, 1 hereby am»i..l
dUh combining meat and                                                      SCHEDULED FOR                                                                      Grade 4A
                                                                                                                                                           John Bloodgood, Kim Dexheimer,
                                                                                                                                                                                                   ed U> read •* follow*:
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Section 33 (a) Whereve' m"'" —
vegetable for older folks iscite. philatelicstamps will create
who do their own cooking.    much
                                   the new
                                         > > >
                                              interest.
                                                                            FRIDAY & SATURDAY                          to HI-FI                            D o n a l d Ludlow, Michael Mac-
                                                                                                                                                           kenzie, Gary Rossman, J a m e s
                                                                                                                                                                                                   have been Installed for the pur-
                                                                                                                                                                                                   po*e of meaaurlns* the immint o'
                                                                                                                                                                                                    wmter      conaumed the follo*tn~
 Beef-Sptnaeh Main Dbb.        Japan has issued a new 10 yen                                                                                               Tingle, Casimir Volosyn, Jacqe-         •hall be the rate* for the u*e ai-»
                                                                                                                               -by CLIFF EDWARDS-1 line Coyle, Anne Marie Maxfield,                 eontumlna* thereof:
   Brown 1/3 pound ground of theto mark the establishment
                             *tamp                                                Several area civil defense and                                                                                       Conmirurtlon charce — rtor inn
                                                                                                                                                           Barbara Schackelton, Donna Mat          onblc feet per month'
                                     Okayama Astrophysical
beet In hot fat In. heavy Obsa*vati>ry. The stamp depicts                      disaster control officers      will        Introduction To Hi-Fi             Schmidt, Laura May Scully.                 or the flrtt 30Q0 cu. ft Mr
frytaff pan. Season with 2/3 tWobtervatory and surrounding                     take part in a two-day conference        We've had phonographs and               Grade 4B                                              O
                                                                                                                                                                                                      For the next W O cu ft 40r
                                                                                to be held Friday night and         records for half a century. The Donad Clayton, D a w n Dennis,                     For the turt 90000 ca tt. 30c
teaspoon salt and a dash Tcenery Also issued by Japan                                                               magnetic tape recording prin- William Gawenus, G a i l Kolb,                      b> Tor the exeeaa o»er*
                                                                                                                                                                                                      lOOflOO cu ft t<k
of pepper. Stir In 1/3 pack- were two 9 yen stamps showing
                             hurdle jumping and the other
                                                                               Saturday, Nov. 18 and 19, in Tren-   ciple wag discovered about 50 Gregory Kosovich, Paul Meyer,                        (e) There will be • mintnv~'
age froaen spinach and fencing.                                                ton.                                 years ago! Kadiu broadcasting Robert Morris, Linda Petersen,                   ehar|« of II €7 per rrv-<th '"
                                                                                                                    goes back some 30 years. But Raymond Pickard, Beverly Sam-                     eAddi tenant vutnaj water from the
cook Just enough to heat       Norway will soon Issue a new                       Sponsored by the New Jersey       when did hi-fi begin?                                                          Board'i water MiDoly «vrtrm
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     -
                                                                                                                                                                                                       (d> All rate* with refewnr.* t^
                             postage stamp in the
through. Add^ well-beaten 33 ore. King Olav V is value of
                                                        pictured               Civil Defense Association, the              ^w^y
                                                                                                                                                            uelson, Donna Stolte, Lee Strat-
                                                                                                                                            According to ton, Carol Whitcomb.                      the ate* of the meter «h*>|i * * "
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    •
egg and stir gently. Cook on the stamp and the color is                                                                t!- %     A      experts at the                                             aublect to the followlnn mlnlmu-'
                                                                               conference will be open to all                                                   Grade 5
over low heat about 3 min- brown-red.                                                                                  ;'•        .1     H e a t h Com- Stephen                                    For B/l" Meter—*
                                         > > /
                                                                               civil defense directors, either;                                                                 Ronald Denn'en,
                                                                                                                                         pany of Benton Frederick Cragg, Raymond Drost,             For (/4" Metee—»26 per
utes, Just until egg is set.                                                   members or non-members, and                               Harbor, Mieh-                   Dries,                    Tor 1" Meter—(8.7B o»i- nuart^"-
Make* 2 servdngs.              When ttre * 4=-cent Mexican                     their guests. The sessions will be                        i , a leading Gregory Havluach, Gary Lacouz-              For t-1/4" Meter—(10 00 per qunr-
                                                                                                                                                                                                        ter
                                      Independence      commemorative                                                                         equipment zi, Alexander, Jakimowicz, Rob-             Tor l-l/3*Meter—(16 00 per o»iar-
                                      stamp was first placed on sale           held in Trenton Junior High                                                 ert Keegan, Russell Krug, Robert
                                      September 16, 1990, there were
                                      380,297 first-day covers can-
                                                                                School., W. Stale Street and         ^ S M               "When "tile1 Read, Alfred S t Pullen,, Ernest
                                                                                                                                                            Kubinak, Larry
                                                                                                                                                                                 imm     Glenn
                                                                                                                                                                                                   For X' Meter—Vtf> •>•«" month 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Tat S" Meter—«iiN| Der mop' "
                                                                                Parkside Avenue.                    term 'hi-fi' was first used, in the                                            For 4" Meter^-*1a <» oer mw»h
                                      celed at Los Angeles, California.                                             '30's, its purpose was to identify White, Curtis Wood.                         For V Meter—»" W per mnntt-
                                         In all 754,733 stamps were                Heading the program commit-      home radio installations com-              Grade 6A                            For If' Met»r—tfiOOO ner rnnrfi
                                      jold that day, with a value of            tee for the affair is George W. L. prised of commercial equipment, Louis Grover, William Keegan;                    FUt Rate—(600 per quarter per
                                      930,189 32.                               Page of South PlainiteW, local      designed for use in broadcast Thomas Kennedy, Robert Krug,                        Section ? Nnthinr he'efti con-
                                         There were 360,848 ftrst-day           CDDC director and first       vice   stations. It was a relative term, George Point, Robert Rehn, An-               tained (hall be cotuitniert tn prr,.
                                      cover* canceled       at Seattle,         president of the NJCDA. He will      indicating reproduction more drew Rossman, Nancy Lindblad,                     hlbtt the ml* of water bv the
                                                                                                                                                                                                             >
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Board r f 'Public Wnrkr to rnn'wn.
                                      Washington, on August 29, 1960,           be assisted by a committee that      realistic and accurate than the Mary Radakovich, Kathleen Rai-                 em of lara-e amoanti of water over
                                      when th* 4-cent Fifth World               includes Fred Harke, CDDC di-       average radio. "                         hone, Shirley Rehfus.                  and above th» oiianl'tl*" *><"-»!•«-
                                      Forestry Congress Commemo-                                                         When used in that sense to-            Grade 6B                            to fnre mentioned x» ip-r-h r*t<-»
                                      rative stamp was initially sold.          rector of SpoUwood.                                                                                                 »• the. Board or **ubl(<" WorWs tn
                                                                                   Other area officers of«NJCDA     day, it's inaccurate. People think Clifford Connors, James Hubbs,              lie dlacertlon OHBII »et In «<re»-
                                      In this case 603,363 stamps were                                              they're enjoying hi-fi when play- John Lounsbury, William Luti,                ment with th» puf<*hm»erii thereof
                                      sold the first day with a value           are John Buckley, deputy direc-      ing LP albums on a table phono- Anthony Tremerco, Bruce Ware,                    Section X Upon the adontlon of
                                      of $26,542.32.                            tor. New Brunswick CDDC, Re-        graph. "High-fidelrty" on a rec- Donald Trout.                                 lhl« ordinance Section S of the or-
                                                                                                                                                                                                   dinance to which this ordlnanre if
                                                                                gion II vice president; and Miss    ord jacket, and a phonograph Janice Fenner, Elizabeth Haas,                    an amendment »hall be *nifnHM
  "It's rather sad tofindyour-                                                  Geraldine M. Kovacs, secretary      which has two 4-inch speakers Katherine Papp, Shirley Romer,                   by the addition thereto of the fol-
                                                                                                                                                                                                   towlnar clauae: "Each applicant
telf riving in a more expen-            After a quick look at his taxes,        o' the Woodbridge CDDC, sec-        instead of one make the amateur Karen . Saylor, Sherry Schmidt,                for mch water Bupoly or wervi'-e.
                                      the average citizen Isn't Inter-          retary.      ,                      hi-fieis happy.                                                                '•ommonlv called an application
sive apartment.., when you            ested in receiving a packet of
                                                                                                                                                            Sally Smith, Denise Tingle, Mar-
                                                                                                                         The way to tell the difference lane Zar.                                  for a water tap. »hill dero-'t wtih
haven't even moved/'                                                               National "and state CDDC offi-                                                                                  the Board of Public WorVs th"
                                      seeds from his government—he               cials will be among the speakers   between good and fair perform-              Special                            nun of (100.00 affllnat the cnol
                                      thinks he deserves a harvested                                                ance in a particular installation                                              thereof
                                      crop—at least.                             at the sessions whinh will review  is to compare it with others William Connors, Raymond Reh-                        Section 4. The minimum m'."
                                                                               problems ranging from federal        you've heard and with live con- fuss, James Spinola.                           nrorltlon* of 8«rtlnn 1 V ' o f ^nrt
                                                                               contributions for CDDC expenses'     cert music.                                                                    the proviaiotui of Section 2 hereof
                                                                                                                                                                                                   ahall not prohibit the making of

          SPORTS AFIELD                                                        to the topic "Continuity of Gov-
                                                                               ernment in Emergency," to be
                                                                               discussed by David Sati, chief
                                                                               deputy attorney general.
                                                                                                                         The more you listen, the more
                                                                                                                    you'll hear what you've missed.
                                                                                                                     What satisfies you today may
                                                                                                                     sound entirely inadequate six           Thomas ithadwkk
                                                                                                                                                                                                   nrre«jTifntB by the Board w«h
                                                                                                                                                                                                   «d loin In* or nelchborlnc munlct-
                                                                                                                                                                                                   nalltlen for a water tupp'v K th^
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Board on auch 'emu u t*<e Bnanl
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  v
                                                                                                                                                                                                   m*y prescribe In any such arrrr-
                        It Tit tod*                                                                                  months from now. You'll want to
                                                                                                                     udd or replace components.                  BLUE COAL • FUEL OIL
                                                                                                                                                                                                   ment.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Section 5. SecHon 1" of the w .
                                                                                                                                                                  Burner Sales and Serrle*         dtnance to which thin
                                                                                                                         Today, you'll notice that every-                                          ia amendatorv Ii h»r*hv
  * Those of.ua who can look back    ganic and associated with sedi-             Over one-third o f all the          one from dentists—who use it'to                148 Whitehead Avenue           by tnii addition of the M w l c
                                                                                                                     relieve patients' tension--to high                                            sentence thereto: The rates hem-
to whan channel basB of 30 and       ments, otherB are dissolved in         clothing produced in the U. S.                                                          Phone CLifford 7-2323          In prescribed for the . purchaeo
                                                                                                                     school freshmen share your hi-fi                                              and sale of water bv the Rnarc* o'
40 pounds were fairly common         water as organic and Inorganic         is frianufactured by firms in           enthusiasm.                                                                    Public Works shall become dm-
•long the East Coast, and croak-     phosphates and nitrates. A large       New" York State.                                                                                                       and effectire on and H"T t*
ers, large yellowfln and tide-       amount of this material is                                                                                                                                    first day of January In the v * v
                                                                                                                                                              BILL6 AVTBOBIEED TO BE               of Our Lord 1H1.
running weak fish were plentiful     washed over the marshes by                                                                                                                                       Section 6. 8»rt1on 26 of the or-
                                                                                                                                                               PAID BV THE CITY OF
in the bays and sounds, cannot
help but be somewhat saddened
by the current Ashing state of
                                     the rise and fall of the tidal
                                     action. This is an extremely val-
                                     uable nutrient for the growth
                                     of the plant life that inhabits
                                                                                                                       See                                        SOl'TH AMBOY. N. J.
                                                                                                                                                              Brtfn Chevrolet (29.80. Accl
                                                                                                                                                           No. 406: Brigs;* Chevrolet (380 00.
                                                                                                                                                           Car Rental: Bure*u of State Vtr.
                                                                                                                                                           Dept, of Instlt. and A»rnclej> (31 SI
                                                                                                                                                                                                   dinance to which thin ordinance
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Is ail amendment Is h«rehv «"mpi(.
                                                                                                                                                                                                   ed 1 by the addition of the follow-
                                                                                                                                                                                                   ing schedule for the servicing of
                                                                                                                                                                                                   iprlnklliur system*:.
affairs.           \                                                                                                                                                                                  For a 4" service—(3.76 per quar-
                                     the marshes, \and as the fall                                                                                         30 30, A cot. No 405; Royal Bta-
    The preservation of eatuary                                                                                                                            tloners (13.30. Acct. No. 406: Ml-      ter.
and tide marsh areas is recog-       season approaches and many of                                                                                         30.00. Acct. No 406: Royal Stn-            For a 6" service—(6 00 per quar-
                                                                                                                                                                                                   ter.
                                                                                                                                  •»••»•   '   "



                                     such plants die and decompose,                                                                                        chael Sherry (.126, Acct, No 406:
nised by many of our leading                                                                                          Mariners in ancient times            Jersey Sanitation 14,99186. Gar-           For an 8" service—(10.00 prr
biologists as vital to the sur-      this reserve supply of food is                                                  wnipped their bottles of wine         bage Contract: R. R. Bowkrr Co          quarter.
                                     then slowly fed back into the                                                   in flannel and hung them from         (foe. Acct. No. 710: Baker and             Section 7. Section 19 of the or-
vival and future growth of most                                                                                                                            Taylor Co. (83.15. Acct. No. 710        dinance to which thl* O'dlnanrn •«
marine fishes that inhabit our       bay waters which promote the                                                    their ship's rails. The combi-        Sadie Dowdell (15 36. Acct. No          an amendment ts hereby imcnH-
                                     existence of numerous kinds of                                                  nation of salt spray and wind           710: South Amboy Trust Com-           ed by the addition of the follow-
coastal waters during the spring,                                                                                    cooled the wine sufficiently to       pany (70.00, Acct No. 710: II W         ing;
summer and fall months, states       organisms that help much of                                                                                           Wilson Co. (SjSO. Acct. No. 710:            A customer questioning the cor-
                                     the young marine life that has                                                  satisfy the thirstiest sailor.        The Rosary Shop (.18 63, Acct. So.      rectness of a water meter mn •
Robert D. Hall, Salt-WaUr                                                                                                                                  710; Gaylord Broa. (44 06. Arrt         upon application to the Rnnr.l.
Fishing Editor of Sports Afield      been born in the waiters of the                                                                                       No. 710; Adeie Spin* (18 00, Acct       have said meter ttken nu) a t -
                                     bays. If sewage, industrial pol-                                                                                      No. 710; rrank'i Radio and Elec-        tested bv the Board. A char«»< nf
Magazine, These quiet waters                                                                                                                               tric (11.00. Acct. No. 710: Pruden-     (S.M ahall be made for thin --TV-
of the coves, bays and tidal         lutants, erosion, superinsecti-                                                                                       tial Insurance Co. (188.IS. Group-      ice If upon test belnc miitr It >.
                                     cides and radioactive wastes are                                                                                      Insurance:      William     Oelslnon.   found (fiat the metr-r rejflst^' .
marshes are habitats that fur-                                                                                                                             Agnt 1160 84, Acct. No. 137 : Wil-      more than 3 per cent over or un-
nish spawning, nursery, feeding      allowed to continue to encroach                                                                                       liam Qetsinon. Agent (73.46. Arct.      der. The test to comply with thr-
                                     upon clean coastal waters, then                                                                                       Na 177: Capital Ornamntal Con-          V. 8. Bureau of Standard Moi<*
and resting grounds for striped                                                                                                                            crete Spec. (128.00, Acct. No S10:      Test Specifications. Meters fmmil
bass, weak-fish, croakers, snap-     it may be too late to protect the                                                                                     Royal Btatlonera 17.56. Acct. No        to have more than the 3 prr cent
                                     spawning grounds for many                                                                                             S10: Public Service Electric and        above noted shall      be without
pers and many other marina                                                                                                                                 Gas Co. (J6.BB. Acct. No. 810: Cnrr     charge and the chanres for wa-
fishes. Damage or destruction        species of marine fishes that                                                                                                 : and Blind Co. (59.00. Af-     ter consumed shall be adjuntH
of tne streams and n a n h w t r     "VIBIV o u r "YmrvnVnT T^HTVTS^^^"^^
th rough     pollution,  draining,       The great coastwise move-                                                                                      I Arct No. 206: Bernard Macklrl             take afreet immediately upon ltn
dredging or filling-in, threatens     ment of flah that takes place                                                                                       Jin no. Chl«-r» Exp. Budget Item:         approval by the President of thr
                                                                                                                                                          Smith Amboy Publishing Ciraiw-            Board 'after its paaaaa-e In ac-
tha future of bay and inshore         each yeav along our eastern                                                                                          ny JS0 60. Arct. No. »B;MSouth           cordance with the law and it»
fishing.                              shores is controlled by the                                                                                          Amboy PuhfinhW Co, 134.00. Ac- ^         ptibircatluji av * TCQQlretf hy law.
                                                                                                                                                          r>unt Nn 1011 : Michael Shnrrv              Section 9. AH ordinances or S T -
    One may say, why worry            amount of food that is availa-                                                                                      ShrTP. J3 70. Acct No. 206; Wll-         tlons of ordinances. Inconsistent
                                      ble, and when this food supply                                                                                      ham Hannell 113.00. Acct. No 20IS:       herewith are hereby repealed.
about marshes or land that                                                                                                                                William Haiuell (12.00. Acct. No                         NOTICfc
bordeiH our bays, for we are          is traced to its source, one dis-                                                                                   206: Roval Stationers 11911. Ar-            The foreirolnir ordinance wn<
interested only in the fish that      covers it to be not the minnow,                                                                                     nmnt No. 10S: Royal Station1*™           Introduced at a meetln* of Hi'
                                                                                                                                                          » 4 6 Acct. No 106; Al Pavlch            Board of PuMIc Works of the riiv
we may catch. When w e atop           shrimp and shellfish life, but                                                                                      J10 00. Accl. No. B10: Melroie Tnv       of Couth Amboy. Counlv of Mill- I
and realize that the complete         instead the weakly swimming                                                                                          \nd Sport Center 1109.75, Accl.         dlaex, New Jrrsev hell) on llvej
                                                                                                                                                          No. 910: John J. Zdanowica *1M-          seventh day or November IBS
life of the sea is closely related    or paaaively floating* organism*                                                                                    nn Aect No B O Miller, Berrrt
                                                                                                                                                                           O:                      and It will he connldered for r.p
to the minute life that creates       called plankton. The importance                                                V»'ill liml yuur party drinks'       nnrt Welsh SW, Acct. No. 010;            ond reattinn and final pansm.'
                                                                                                                                                           Halka Brnn J87 50: Shade Tree           a remilar meetlnn of the Rnnu
the food that bait Ash, shrimp        of pollution-free streams and                                                  VMII \<\> t'M.inyt'd mure when       Commission:      John E. Mullun*         Public Works to be held at
and others feed upon, we can          rich marsh areas ia closely re-                                                V"ii keep II sufficient slipply       1150 00 Acct No. 136; J u n n Hir-      City Hall. South Ambov. New
                                      lated to good inshore spawning                                                < f in M u f net ured ice on
                                                                                                                      >      M                            klns 178 flO. Acct No. tlB; 8ou»h        sey on November 13nd. 194)
better understand that ona or                                                                                                                             Amboy Publlihlnp Co. 1344.41. Va-        1:00 p. m prevalllnic llmt
two broken links in nature's          grounds.                                                                       liutxi. Not hi rig d a m p e n s     rious Accounts- Rovat Stationers         which time all pprndnn
                                                                                                                     party fun quicker than luke-         (30.97, Acct. No 116; Roval Ru-          objections thereto are her.
chain of productivity causes dis-        To achieve tha desired results                                              warm drinkn. It's fun, too, to       tlnnen 111 $6. Account No. VK;           tltted to be present and to
                                                                                During the 17th century,                                                  Royal Btatlonen' n.K Bulldinjt           same
astrous results.                      where we can enjoy better fish-           pleasure-loving Parisians           tuke packaged ice with you            In»j>ector; Bnyl» Tree Surrerv c>,                           JOHN J .
    There is a large accumulation     ing along our coastal waters, we          dropped chips of ice into a         on picnics and beach out-             I1.1SS.OO,    Shade Tree Commln-                                    See
of phosphorus and nitrogen in         must rectify the damage that              Klass and then added their          ings. You can buy ice cubes           •loti: Jrnrv Central Power and
                                                                                                                                                          Light Co (184 19, Varlou* Acctn          Isaue of
sections of the bays during vari-     has been done over "a period of           beverage—thus making the            in clean paper bags at your           Junior c i w i HafTman H l h S h         South Amboy Cttlien
ous period* of the year, accord-      years and find some means of              first "highball." This inno-        corner vending machines,              (10 00. Acot. No. 1011; AHhur            November 10, laao
                                      creating fund! for scientific re-         vation soon became "the             local retail store or lucal km        •en 1S7 90. Acot. No. lOlij
ing to the •ctntttiti, tntf whH«                                                                                                                          BadowskT t70».,00, Aoot Ho
some of these nutrltnts «ve*or-      'saaroh for corrective controls.           toast of Paris."                    manufacturer.                  j(
                • SOUTH AMBOY CITIZEN                                                                                                                                                 - .H!iUfniuyrNgV»piBer TO,


                  AL SPORTS REVIEW -                                              BOWLING                   BAPTISMS                                                                       Opening in
                        By Ko/inie KukulsM
                                                                               MIDDLESEX COUNTY
                                                                                                            The Infant son of Mr. and
                                                                                                          Mrs. Edwin MactoJewsU of
                                                                                                                                                                                           Jersey Reserve
                                                                               / Southern Division                                                                           —An excellent opportunstx
                                 1                                                                        204 Liberty Street, Morgan,
                     AROUND TOWN                                               ' BOWLING LEAGUE
                                                                               Standings as of Nov. 6
                                                                                                          was christened James Stan-
                                                                                                                                                                             was announced by the V. 0.
                                                                                                                                                                             Army Reserve for young
            CREDIT WHERE CREDIT JS DUE: To the men el the                                                 ley at services in Bt. Mary's                                      men from the ages of 17 V4
                Hrart Mom and Dad> Club. The mate membership of             Team Results:                 Church, Soufch Amboy by
      the organitation ii currently in its fourth year as a coaching          St. Mary's No. 1, 3 games t,he Rev. James Russell.                                             and 26 who have a knowl-
      staff of the Sacred Heart Little League. The League was set          Clergy 0; Sac. Hearts, 8Q                                                                         edge of one of the Slavic
                                                                                                             Sponsors were Mr. and
      up four years ago, for Sacred Heart pupils of the fourth taroagh     Amboy 3- Clergy 0; Sacred Mrs. Stanley XurpiewakJ,                    "A great many people have languages.        •
      eighth grades. Th* League has two divisions, one for the Slhr         Heart, New llrunewick 3 both of Morgan. A family                   gotten Into debt by trying to     According to an Arfeji
      7th, and 8tb grades; and on* division for the «tk snd 6th grades.    Our Lady of Lourdes 0; St party followed at the M»-                 keep up with others who al- Reserve spokesman', an In-
      About .75 boy* take part in it* functions every Saturday mom-        Mary's No 2, 3, St. Stani- blejewski home.                          ready were."                  teresting and challenging
      ing, and th* results have ahown up in the school team the Isst                                                                                                         job wltto many benefits is
      two years. Today three boys who have placed in previous years        slous 0; St. Mary's No. 1
                                                                           3, Out Lady of Vte. 1.                                                                            available to those who qual-
      are now oophomorea, and varsity ballplayers. Quit* a ftw more
       hare made frtshuan snd jayvee teams* The Little League                 Bl*h scores of week: P                                                                         ify. Men with or without
       Father's Comatittee serve* in the capacity of coaches and of-                             3
                                                                           Kntytowiki Ida, 212, aB                                                                           prior service in the Arxntd
       ficials. They sre joined, also by youns men, college men,           616; O. Blasxka 205; F. Myt-                                                                      ForoM art eUgtbto. Those
                                                                                                                                                                             who have had no prior
       who know the value of early basketball knowledge, and who de-
       vote their time to helping the youngsters.
                                                                           nick 207; E. Nowicki 313, J
                                                                           Raves 200; T. Clpollft Jr. 804                             NOTICE                                 service may dlschs/rge their
             Before, during, and after every game, the youns; boys are     8. Susttvan 208, 182, 212—                                                                        entire active duty obllga-
       drilled on the fundamental* of basketball, showing special « • •    ty)3; J. Mutlkonds 203, 6                                                                         flon in only 6 month* r
       phasia on dribbling and Isyup*. One sUBdtag regulation Is Uiat      PawoIowsM 200; S. Petrua-                                                                         er than the two years re-
       every team member must play at least ens quarter of every
       game to give him some needed experience. Beside the physical
                                                                           k» 247, J, Barkalow 204 F
                                                                           Benaaki 221, A. SoboMeskl               Tffi DELINQUENT TAX LIST FOR                              quired by the draft. For full
                                                                                                                                                                             information without obMga-
       development benefit* of such a program, a spirit of fair play       202,182, 244—608.                                                                                 ttoo, applicants are re-
       and Bportsmanihip ia fostered through the capable direction of
       the coaches.
                                                                          Standing of Teams:
                                                                                                 ' W
                                                                                                                  1959 AND PRIOR YEARS WILL BE PUB-                          quested to telephone as
                                                                                                                                                                             soon as possible the V. 8.
             Maybe the youngsters who arc playing In the league today                                                                                                        Army Reserve        Training
       don't realise the value of the knowledge they sre gaining, but     See. R-, Bo. Amboy 16
       they will know somedsy, when they sre playing high school or
       college or even pro balL that they were once taught the game
                                                                          Bt. Mary's No. 1
                                                                             South River           18
                                                                                                                  LISHED SHORTLY:                                            Center in Lodi, telephone
                                                                                                                                                                             Diamond 2-3192 either durT
       by a "group of great guys."                                        Sac. Heart N. B.         15                                                                        ing the day or evenings aft-
             Track Notes: St. Mary'* varsity track team ran last Sat-     St. Mary's No. 1                                                                                   er 8 p. m.
       urday in the "Turkey Trot", held at Warinoco Park in Elisabeth.
        Although they did not win the turkey, three member* of the
       Eagles finished in the top fifty . . . The same day, Coach Joe
                                                                             South River
                                                                          Clergy
                                                                          St. Stanislaus
                                                                                                   14
                                                                                                    ?
                                                                                                    6
                                                                                                       .1                          FRAM A. GORDON,                                           Bright individuals hava Iha. baft
                                                                                                                                                                                           luck In love and marriags, says
       Keenen seat two Freshman teams to the Christian Brothers           Our Lady of Vie.          5 18                            T a Collector.                                         Paul C. Glkk, US. Bureau of
       Academy Meet. The "A" team placed fifth with two Member*           Our Lady of Lourdes 3 18                                                                                         Census sociologist Statistics show
       of the tesm breaking existing track record, Jim Carney and Jim     Season's Leaders:                                                                                                that those with mere education
       Jancola. The "8" team finished a hot aecond, with three of iU                                                                                                                       and higher intelligence hava lass
       member* taking home bronze medals. They were Ray Selover,             High individual game E.
                                                                          Lebetdz, 6a. Mary's No. 2,                                                                                       divorce, separation and other un-
        Kichie Bsrgloeki. and Pete Waters . . . Next Saturday, the var-                                                                                                                    pleasant tide-effecU of marriage-
       sity will run at Warinoco Park in the Seton Hall Spike Spike       257 pins; 2nd high. Ind. W.
       Shoe Race.                                                         Haehagen, OLV 248; 3rd, 8.
                                                                          Fetrueka, Bt. Mary's No. 2,
             ATTENTION ALL SENIOR BASKETBALL MANAGERS!                    247.
       A meeting has been called for tomorrow (Friday) of all mana-
       gers of men's Basketbsll teams in South Amboy. Anyone wish-           High Individual set, E.
       ing to enter a team in this year's Men's City League should have   Lebeldz, St. Mary's No. 2',
        their manager there. The time will be 7:00 P.M. In the City       665 pins; 2nd J. Racz, Sac.
        Hall.                                                             Heart, New Brunswick, 642.
             THE BASKETBALL TREAT OF THE YEAR comes to                       High team score (Indivi-
        South Amboy this Sunday. It is the annual visit of the Harlem     dual game), St. Mary's No.
        Magicians, who can do anything with the leather Casaba, but       1, So. River 998; high team
        eat it. Their opponents are the Middlesex County All Stars.       scone (set-, St. Mary's No.
       This game, and a pre-lim between the Meade Street Aces and         2, Bo. River 2670.
        the Sacred Heart A.C., is being sponsored by the S t Mary'*
       Athletic Association. Ticket* are on aale at Zall's Comer, Pra*-
        nal'* Confectionary, and Jag's Sporting Goods Center in Perth        SATEETILLE BOBO
        Amboy. Doors will open Sunday at 12:30 at the Monsignor              BOWLINti LEAGUE
       Griffin Gymnaiium.
                                                                             Results as of Nov. 4
                                                                                                   w   L
      VILLANOVA, DAYTON                                                   Supreme Bev.          19 6
            POST WINS
     Villanova posted a 27-16 win
                                         Melrose Band Takes               An/ton to
                                                                          Skrockl
                                                                                                16 8
                                                                                                 16 8
  »ver Seton Hall to remain un-
  defeated in the Sacred Heart'
                                         Top Honors Sunday                Midway Services        11 13
                                                                          Hilltop Shop Rite -If 14
  little Bigger League last Sat-    The Melrose Drum and
                                Bugle Corps won two tro-                  St. Joseph's            0 24
  urday. Bob McNeany, C a r l                                                 Honor roll: L. Csordos
 C hodkiewicz, and George Warga phies on Sunday at a Vet-
  were higrh for Seton Hal! witherans Day Parade In Mld-                  205, 238, 190—633; F. Llpo-
                                                                                                                                                                                                            w* navir driv«n i keMf
  four point* spfece; and Mike  dletown, N. J.                            sky 194, 226, 202—622; J.                                                                                                         •wiht thtt hindM
  (njrhello a n d Jimmy Zrebiec   One trophy wus for the                  Porcellana 234, 186. 183—                                                                                                             l!k« this MM!
  shared 20 points for Villanova.
                                best Junior Drum and Bu-                  603; F. Petner 217, B. Ad-
 Holy Cross, meanwhile, remain-                                           ams 212, C. Kamlndd 203,
                                gle Corps and one for the
 ed in aecond place with a 14-10
 victory over Fordham. M i k e
  Fabiszewski paced Holy Cross
 with two points, while Steve
 Stankowicz and Ed Nocek tal-
                                beet Color Guard.
                                  On Oct. 30th at a Hal-
                                lowe'en Parade in Gartered.
                                the Corps won two awards,
                                                                          J. Travis 209, 210; M. Sxabo
                                                                          210, J. Wanton 211, p. tfro-
                                                                          llk 201, S. CzemlkowsU—
                                                                          200, 209.
                                                                                                                      HERE!               ^ E A S I E R GOING FOR THE DRIVER AND
                                                                                                                                          THE LOAD,LONGER LIFE FOR THE TRUCK!
                                                                             Three-game winners: Su-

                                                                                                                      '61 TORSION-SPRING C H I T S
 lied four points apiece for Ford-
                                $100 for the best Junior
 ham.                           Drum and Bugle Corps and                  preme Bev. over Mldwfc,y
   In the Little League. Front- a large trophy for the beet               Setirvtees; Anton to Chuck's
 running Dayton romped Notre appearing corps.                             over. St. Joseph's; Skrockl
 name U-2. Larry Gigliello's 10                                           over Hilltop Shop Rite.                    K you don't think scrapping the front axle has made a world of difference, you
 pninta were high for Dayton,                                                                                        hsven't driven a Chevy In a while. A few minutes behind the wheel and you can
and Frank Mtodusiewski scored                                                                                        fee] why drivers are happier and breakable loads are better protected. But the
 the lone duce for Notre Dame.
 Duqtiesne turned back Louis-            Christmas Trees toHave              SOUTH AMBOY K of C
                                                                               BOWLING LEAGUE
                                                                                                                     biggest advantage of all, you'll realize, Is that the truck Itself (sheet metal, tires,
                                                                                                                     Chassis components, •vtrythfng) takes less abuse. With independent front sus-
 ville 22-14. AI Klimek, Richie
 Rufrula, and Gene Chodkiewicz           Strict Inspection                   Standings as of Nov. 8
                                                                                                 W L
                                                                                                                     pension soaking up road shock and vibration, the truck lasts longer, goes extra
                                                                                                                     thousands of miles before trade-In time. Add that to what everybody's always
threw in fl point! apiece for       The Agriculture Depart-                                                          known about Chevy dependability and you find yourself looking j g g f R M y i w
Duquesne, and John Opiola gar-    ment said today inspection               Gomolka's Auto B. 18 9
                                                                           Aatardta Florist      15 12               St the soundest truck investment you could bet your business on. J f c i | j j j | U e 7
nered 7 points for Louisville.    of outrof-atate Christmas
                                                                          Tom to Box's Bar       15 12

                                                                                                                                            REAR ENGINE CORVAIR 95s
          STANDINGS:              trees and other holiday
Little Bigger League              greenery will be Strieker                Heirloom              15) 12
                        W L       than ever thto year to pre-              Sptna's Aluminum      14 13
Villanova                4     0  vent gypsy moths from                    JacKln to dross Oar. 14 13
Holy Cross               3     1                                          Ses-Mar Sheetrock 13 14                    A panel and two pickups that put a thrifty air-cooled engine In the rear, the driver
Fordham                           sneaking into New Jersey.                                                          up front snd as much as 1,900 pounds of load space in between I That's more
                         1     3                                           Casey's Jokers        12 15
Seton Hall              0      4    The department said its                                                          capacity than a conventional halMonner. Yet these Corvalr 95's are nearly two
                                  surveys have failed to un-               KubkOak insurance 12 15
Little League                                                              Reed's Insurance      12 15               feet shorter from bumper to bumper. Highly maneuverable. Built to last and
                          W     L cover the destructive pest               J. J. Hftrtgan to Co. 11 16               bound to save on a busy schedule I
Dayton                    3     1 m New Jersey so far this
Duouesne                                                                   Buknan's Bsso         11 16
                          3     1 year, but there has been a
Louisville                2     2 marked build - up and                      Honor roil: V. Canata 226>
Notre Dame                0     4 spread of the gypsy moth                R. Hrankowskl 219,204; E.
                                  population In New York                  Zetiro 213, M. Rusaala 203,
                                  and New England.                        P. Jackln 203, J. Ourlo 201,
                                    "It is parttculary import-            J. epina 201, F. Kurzawa
   Authorities were asked to                                              200.
decide th* nationality of a       ant that every •precaution
babyA born In British waters      be taken to prevent the                    Three-game winners Oo-
aboard an Italian ship coming     entry of the peat into New              melkaVs over Heirloom; As*
from Canada under Panaman-        Jersey from infested areas"             taaita over /Casey's.
ian contract, to Caecnoslovakl.   the department added.                      Two-game winners: Tom
,an pannta married to Tuge-                                                   So*!* ever JfteWft ~*rrtt,
 alavla and residing In France.                                           Oroas; Splna's over Sea—
                                         moth feed on the leaves ot       Mar: KuhUnak over Herri-
                                         many common, forest and          fan; JReeds over Buhnan's.
                                         she4e trees.
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