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BONDS OR NOTES ,OF T H E
• * % • . ,
right lo rolect any or air bids if such lawfully acquire or make as. a general
action will-best serve the interests of the BOROUGH QF K t N I L W O R T H improvement and no part of the cost .
erians -t Letters td the Editor Campaign Township.
'FOR F I N A N C I N G SUCH AP
. BE IT ORDAINED by the Borough
Council of the Borough of Kenilworth, In
thereof has been or shall, be specially.,
•assessed ' o n property . specially ~
benefited thereby. " - ' •• .
(b) The period ot usefulness of
• * : •. Continued Irom Ppge 4 • , Was driven back by the intense
Set Investiture Service L.L. CKurch iciating. •,'/• Dated: September ?8, 1972 .
Vohkere, N.Y., and lived 40 the County of Union, New Jersey, as
Activity Tee: SI2.48 . purpose, within the llmitatipns. of
Born iq Staten Island, Mrs. years in Cranford before smoke r Thanks Tony.. follows: . Local Bond Law and according loathe
pletely off base and without By 2:45 p.m. the fire was out "• lOWNSHIPOF CRANFORD • SECTION 1. The Improvement or reasonable life thereof is 5 yejirV t ••
Funeral services jfbr Mulheron lived in Westfield, moving po Toms River 18 foundation: and the firemen were leaving, QRANFORD,NEWJERSEV; - . purpose described in Section 3 of this
bond ordinance is hereby authorized as a
(c) The supplemental debKstflternent
required by said law has been diAy made
Middletown and Kolmciel years ago. He retired in 1954
Rev: Frank G.- Goodlake, Theological'Seminary. He is Anthe^fews
Investiture services for new president,, announced 0 the Mrs. James Daubert and Mm.
n»en»bere-;of- St.—Michael1*- M o w i n g board memheraJoc. Aloyalus Kelly; sunshine,
aosary Society will be . . in u » year i97MW3:Altaf, Mrs. Mrs; Victor Mason and Mr«;-
Leonard L. Churchy 51, of 44
-Princeton Rd W
Saturday at Gray Memorial ago^She was a member a
Mayor Jack McVeyT
N.Yv,where he^nad been a Gomrn i?st<»ner*rttenry—Er
Hinsenkatnp and Irwin, Kent,
after having done such an
so little damage to either the
Planned ORDINANCE NO 72 2) general improvement to be made or
AN-OBDINANCeAUTHORIZiNG^THE acaulred by the Borouoh ot Kenilworth.
REPLACEMENT'OF THE EXISTING in the Countyof Union, New Jersey. For
Ihe said imorovempnt'.nrniirpmp in sairt
and filed in the Offic-e'ol the/Borough
Cleric and a complete executed duplicate.
original has beert tiled In the Of flee of «ie
fiiMnrnl fin nrnpnt in trw>
Funeral Home> 12 Springfield past president of thp: RFD v i p p nt*i>giHpnt n n H
uneal Seventeen steering com- K AT THF fD
' th'ft rinai hand nf staff of the currently undertaking ad- church, Monday at 0 p.m. George Kecnan, Mrs never made any comments to inside or the outside of our mittee members of Cranford C O M M U N I T Y CENTER A N D AP Section 3, there is hereby appropriated Department ol me Treasury of the State
P i n t Presbyterian Church, ditional theological studies Blessed roses will be Lejihy, Mrs. William Peters Raymond Stine, Mrs. Eugene Ave,, by Rev. Gordon L. Huff fGarden Qub of Red Bank and
b R G d L Hf He was a member of Christ either the Daily Journal, or home. , Citizens for McGovern met at
PROPRIATlNp /MONIES THEREFOR
appropriated the sum of 110,000 00, said
sum being inclusive of all appropriations
of New Jersey and such statement shows
that the gross debt of the Borough as
•- i '
and Mrs. James Walsh; dohn, $ r s . Edward Quinn and of Calvary Lutheran Church. life judge of-the National Episcopal Church, Toms heretofore made therefor and including, defined in said Law is increased hy tnte
will begin bis work here' this toward a.doctorate. Before distributed. ' ^ your newspaper - nor were Thanks lo. men who were McGovern headquarters, 1 The' foregoing ordinance was finally
Sunday, October 1. He will and during his college career Following the Investiture, auditor, Mrs. Patrick Mcs. Frank Powers; ways and Mr. Church died last Wed- Council of Garden Clubs. She River, the Echo Lake Country any comments. -made_ by careful and -swift. and wlhoLspringfield Ave. la^t Tuesday
passed at a meeting ol the Township the sum of 51,000.00 as the down payment
for said improvement or purpose
bond Ordinance by 19,000 00 and that
said obligations authorized by this bond
lead the congregation in he- -was associated with a the first of a series of parish Callaghan; calendar, Mrs. means, Mrs. Edward Obie and • nesday at home of an apparent also was a member of Trinity Qtib. Westjield, and was past former mayors .Malcolm were trained to do their jobs so to help Barbara Brande. vtce-
Committee of the Township of Cranford,
N.J. on Tuesday; September 26, 1972. '
required by l a w and now, available ordinance will be., within alt*.debt,
Episcopal Church, Red Bank. president of the' Arkwright therefor In the capital imprpvement limitations prescribed by law.
worship and communion at heating contractor and sub- seminars will be presented. At Joseph Burd; civic, Mrs. Mrs. Theodore Chamberlain; heart attack. Pringle or Ed Gill or I, as efficiently - God Bless You All. cTiairman, develop-plans to
. WESLEY N. PHILO
fund by virtue of provisions In a budget (d) The. aggregate amount' of > not
Born in Plainfield, he lived She w a s the widow of Club, New York, a textile
the 9 o'clock and 11 o'clock sequently owned a decorating* the conclusion there will be a Arthur Venneri and Mrs.marshall. Mrs. Frank chairman of the Republican Mr. and MrS. E : L. Semple Jr. step up local McGovern Oated: September 28.1V72 ,1
jor budgets of the Borough of Kenilworth exceeding S500.00 lor items of expense
in Westfield and Cranford the William Mulheron. - organization. ' previously adopted. • .
with Thonqas G a l l a g h e r ; DeJianne and Mrs.-Frank permitted by. Section 40a:2 20 of said
services. " •'" service firm in Chicago before business meeting Surviving are a .soih William •286BurnsideAve. campaign activity. Fee: H.32 • SECTION 7. f o r the financing of said Law has, been included in the toregoing
Mr. Goodlake was called to making the decision to enter refreshments served in thehospitality, Mrs. Francis O'Brien. ^ •..••*• past 12 years. An independent Mr> Nagle loaves his wife,
In fact, at our Monday, • Lester Goldberg, chairman ORDINANCE NO. 72 20 improvement or purpose and to meet the estimated cost ot said improvement or
the Cranford church by vote of the ministry. Mr. Goodlake is Sloan,'Mrs. Edward Schmidt
school. Slides of "A Night and Mrs. John Wrhel. « - Tickets for the November 5 investment broker, he built of lndialantic, F l a . ; t w o Mrs. Ethel L. Nagle; three
September 11, regular - « . Press Box of the McGovern group, urged AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE part of said 110.000.00 appropriation not
provided by .application hereundcr ot
SECTION S. The full faith i n d credit
the congregation last July: At also " chaplain in the U.S. Under the Stars" will be communion breakfast will be the,. Normandy Shores daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth M. sons, William G. of Red Bank,
monthly Republican ajl volunteers to continue
FOR THE PURCHASE OF QNE ,.
FRONT. MOUNTED 1.EAF ". said down payment, negotiable bonds of of Ihe Borough are hereby pledged lo the
that time he was presented Naval Reserve.
Also, interfaith relations,
shown by Mrs. Edward M. Mrs. David Montgomery, available at the October development in Normandy Boyette of Cranford and Mrs. Jack W. of Chatham and Municipal Committee of meeting on Saturday and LOADER COMPLETE WITH B.OX r the .Borough, each to be known as. "Back'
Hoe Bond," are hereby authorised.
punctual payment of the principal and of
interest on said obligations authorised
and introduced to t h e The final days of- the Jewish It is a holiday dedicated scrolls as they pass while Coe. - . . ' • / ; . ~ t f ••..•• . meeting of the society, Beach. Earlier, he had been a Jean Robinette of Dallas, Robert E. of Rumson; two
Cranford meeting, this" To the Editor; Sunday, at 11 a.m. a t , the
AND MAKING ^PP.ROPRIWION
FOR THE NEEDED FUNDS:. pursuant to be. issued in,;«the principal by this bond ordinance. Sajd obligation
The Goodlakes live m the Jtew,J¥ear period will-be-ob-- 4o~4he-greatest of Hebrew wishing the bearer goo things
ishing good fc and Mrs. -car salesman for Lang Tex,, ejght grandchildren and h h -Al«X8^dier C. ofd amount of S9.000.00 pursuant to the Local'shall be direct, unlimited obligations of
congregation' by the pulpit
for the year that has begun.
Mrsr- —John—-—Pfanne, column and arlicTe~~ was 1 would iike to -take this j h efadquarTers-'to help bring STATEMENT . Oond Law ot New Jersey. In anticipation the Borough and the Borough shall be
committee. Hie church is also church manse on Hampton served by services al Temple books, the Torah (the Five or James Hill; Mt/Carmel Guild, Motors, Plainfield, and six great-grandchildren. Scarsdale, N.Y., and Braxton
discussed at great length. opportunity to express my J Senator McGovern's message Take notice H>aime abote Ordinance of the issuance oj said bonds and to obligated tojevy advalorenUaxes upon
The procession - marches Interment was in Fairview K. of Pompano. F l a ; three j*as_Eftise«!-P/> final reading a!t»rpybl>cl tefnpofaftty-ftnance said'improvement
planning a formal installation
for him on Sunday evening,
Rev. Frank G. Goodlake Beth-El this week. They are: Books of Moses). Oif this day
Hoshana Rabbah tomorrow the last secUonsjfLtheJBi^ around seven Jirnes.. Each
Mrs. Mildred O'Donnell and
Mrs. James Donovan; NCCW, HAROLD F. Elizabeth Motors, Elizabeth.
Mr. Church served in theCemetery ,1 WestfieldT
•' The entire-Republican thanks to the citizens of the to every voter in Cranford:
sisters, "Mrs. Charlotte Smith
Municipal Committee offered Borough of Kenilworth, .New- lie announced the next
hearing at a regular meeting of The or purpose, negotiable notes of the
governing body of' the Borough of Borough of Kenilworth in. Ihe principal
all the taxaoTe" properly wTfftTn Ihe
Borough for the payment of said
obligations and interest Iherebn without
b at 8:30 p.nnr.^Sheimihi'Alzeret are read, and when the time new people are h(
with-the privilege nf radung
Mrs. Thomas Dooley and Mrs.
BfNNER, INC. Pacific theater of operations
of Maplewood, Mrs. Janet
the following resolution: ' Jersey who have recently steering committee meeting
Kenilworth ana wa.s approved bv the amount not. exceeding £9,000.00 are.
Mayor on the J6lh day of Sept. 1972. hereby authroized to be issued pursuant
limitation of rate or amount. ••
SECTION 6. This bond ordinance shall
Mr. Goodlake comes to
Cranford from La Crosse, Wis.
where he has been head of
Temple ip MolcT on Saturday at 9:30 a.m., and reading IS cviu^letcJ, -the
Simchat Torah on Saturday at story of creation of the world
7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 10 is once again begun. . -
the scrolls. After each
procession there are songs,
George Keenan; newsletter,
Raymond Eilbacher, Mrs. H. BODY A N D FENDER
with the Navy .during World
Hallack of Yakima, Wash.,
"That the Cranford presented the Press Box at the will be held Tuesday, October
Republican Municipal David Brearley Regional High
and. Mrs. Irene Nelson of Las
Vegas. Nev.; seven grand- Committee unanimously andSchool athletic field (Ward 3 at his home at 208 High St. at
8 p.m. .
Borough'Clerk of the by said Law.
Borough of Kenilworth. N.J
Dated: September 28. 1972'
to and within the limitations prescribed
SECTION 3. (a) The Improvement or
purpose hereby authorized and the
take effect twenty (20) days after the
first t publication" Ihcroot alter final
passaqe, as provided oy said Local. Bond
Law. - •
staff at the First Presbyterian a . m . .•••••• Throughout the year, in the and even dances. The circling Rev; Janies'Tiirro.S.S.D., J. Bapst, Mrs. J. J. O'Leary STRAIGHTENING Shirley P. Church, he leaves Sachek Lesak, 75, of 427 children ancT fully endorses all Republican :HeM) to uur hcliooh
d to uui hchoorr; Vb !6>11t^Hr7~6T~TiT"i fiptlCE
Church there for the past five
years. Prior to that time, he Harvest Festival During the seven . days of.
was associate pastor at House- Temple Beth-El again will lew's live in grass tents called Sukkoth, a special prayer is
prescribed ritual in the of the synagogue is called
synagogue, the five books of "Hakafoth."
Moses are read consecutively An innovation in the
professor of sacred scripture and Mrs. T - J . Holiaji; •~—ANDTOWINQ
at Immaculate Conception nominations, Mrs. Eugene
Seminary, Darlington, will Walsh; parliamentarian, Mrs.
[laughters. ih» MISSPS Fourth Ai|ft> "HipH <!i|r)Hny i n
Karla Ann and Heidi Erika Overlook Hospital, Summit,
Church, both at home;. his after a long illness. A funeral Thomas Kmg
While this gift in itself is a
election. Furthermore, t h e wonderful gesture, it takes on CRANFORD. NEW JERSEY
article in the Elizabeth added significance when we AN ORDINANCE TO REGULATE,
OROrNANCENO. 72 23
SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY
CHANCERY DIVISION: UNION
' . ' ". ' .•
DOCKET NO M 15550 7* arid
obligations are to be issued is the
dtuimiiiuM uv pun-tusB ui J new VJLK
Hoe for the purpose of using the same by
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
troduccd at a meeting ol the Governing
the Department of Public Works of the Body-ot .the Borough ol Kenilworth on
Borough of, Kenilworth all as shown on the 26th day of .September, 1972. Jt was
of-Hope Presbyterian Church be the scene of the annual Succoth as a reminder of the read daily at the morning as the weekly lesson from the celebratioh will tak^ place this present & series of lectures Phil Henehan, Mrs. Harvey 276-1111 276-1127 parents, Mr. and Mrs. mass was celebrated Journal in the People & realize it was the .citizens "of CONTROL AND SUPERVISE THE in accordance with the then road (or tne first time and was
specifications therefor on file in. the passed on its fir,.t reading. The said
in St. PaiuVMinn. •Community H a r v e s t way in which their ancestors service, called ' "Hoshanot"- Bible. This cycle of reading year, it was announced by Mel during October at St. Bingham and Mrs. Oluf Olseni 606 SOUTH AVE., E. Leonard - Church of Boca yesterday in the Church of St. A funeral mass was Politics column is inaccurate.' Kenilworth- themselves who CONSTRUCTION. ALTERATION AND STATE OF NEW JERSEY: Otfice'of* the BoraugtvClerk-and hereby Ordinance will be further considered for
Rev. Mr. Goodlake was born Festival" dance to be held on lived during their wanderings (pray). On the fifth day theends and begins over again on Feld, Temple Beth-El Michael's Church. The lec- Also, public relations, Mrs. Raton, Fla., and a sister, Mrs. Anne by Rev. Raymond D. celebrated Tuesday in St. Since none of the Com- donated their lime and REPAIR OF ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
IN BUILDINGS IN THE TOWNSHIP OF TO: CLARENCE GLENN MILLER. approved. . final passage by the Governing Body ol '
religious chairman. CRANFORD, M.J. Defendant
mjtteemen nor former Mayors energies (in constructing this CRANFORD. Statement
the Borough' of. Kenilworth at the ••
tures will be presented each Thomas , Eurell; spiritual
. (b) TW estimated maximum amount
in Chicago where he spent his Saturday*evening, October 7, n the wilderness. prayer is much longer than on Simchat Torah. Nancy Hageman of Kennett Waldrbn, assistant pastor of -4gnes Church, Clark, for^ ot bonds or notes to be issued for sdid Borough Hall, Boulevard Kenilworth,
youth. His wife, Christine, was at 9 p.m. the other days.. This day is The evening service of The Hakofoth service will, Monday at 8:30 p.m. begin- activities,* Mrs. John Tuttle, Square, Pa. St. Michael's Church, Union. Thomas A. Krug, 73, of 10 or any member of the Press Box. It is a gesture of The foregoing ordinance was finally
8v virtue of an Order ot Ihe Superior purpose is S9.000.00. New Jersey, at eight o'clock in the
Court of New Jersey, Chancery Division,
born in Scotland. They have It is also a joyous holiday of Hoshana Rabah. Little willow Simchat Torah ' is lake place outside the ning October 2. . Interment was in Fairview Interment was in St. Gertrude Cayuga Rd., who di«d Municipal Committee has. this kind that demonstrates to. ommitiee of the Townshipthe Cranfordt
passed at a meeting of Township made on this 6th day of September, 1972,
Ac) The estimated cost of said purpose evening (prevailing time) on the 10th
issio.000.00. the excess thereof over said - day of October, W 2 . At such time and
also- called distinguished by two unique synagogue on its parking lot at
three children. Robin, 11, and There will'be no admission thanksgiving'. Jewish people branches, Cemetery. Westfield. Cemetery, Woodbridge. Saturday in Rahway Hospital been contacted by the everyone the close bonds of N.J. on Tuesday September 26, 1972. in a civil action wherein ^Lula Daisy estimated maximum amount of bonds or place or-at any time and place to which
Watson Miller is the plaintiff and you are notes to'ibe issued therefor being.the such meeting may lie adjourned, all
Susan, 9, in Geveland School, charge tothe-dance. Refresh- remember God's grace by the "Hoshanot" a r e held and ceremonies. At the close of the 7:30 p.m. Saturday. The Tickets are available for the- Mrs. Lesak was born in after a brief illness. • columnists, therefore the support and oooperalion
and Adam, who is 4 and en- ments- will, be available, if use of Lulabs (palm branches, beaten during the morning evening prayer of "Maariv," celebrants will then return to church's Centennial Dance KENILWORTH FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Mulheron Haverstraw, NY., and lived Mr. Krug, a native of
• j .
Municipal Committee asks which are fell by the faculty Dated: September 28,. W2,
the defendant, you arehej-eby required
to answer the complainiof the plaintiff
amount ot said Sl.000.00 down payment
lor. said purpose.
persons interested will be given an • *
opportunity to be1 heard concerning such
tered in the Weekday Nursery desired, for a nominal Etrogs (citrons), and myrtle service at the synagogue, thus the ark is opened and all the the temple building for which will be held October 21 and students of >the David I ce': U.3? ,on:'or before the eth day of November, SECTION 4. The following matters are ordinance. -
Conrad J. Wozniak, Mgr in Garwood 40 years, where Newark, lived in Cranford a that a retraction of this .. 1972. by serving an answer on HILTON
symbolically ridding the scrolls of the .Torah are taken refreshments arranged by at the Winfietd Scott Hotel,
hereby determined, declared, recited • I(BV Order ot the Governing Body.
School at the-church. donation. and willow branches. Mrs. Mabel Sears Mulheron, she was a communicant of the year, after previously residing statement' be made im- Brearley. Regional High DAVIS; Esquire, plaintiff's attorney, -and stated: Margaret McGevna ••
, out. Various individuals'are Joseph Schecter, a member of Elizabeth. -^Tickets may be School and the citizens of the whose address is 60'Park Place, Suite
Mr. Goodlake received his The orchestra for the dance people of all their sins." 81, of 8 English Village died Church of" St. Anne and a <in West Orange and Clark. mediately." • TOWNSHIPOF CRANFORD
916, Newark, New JerseV, and in default*
(a) The purpose described in Section 3 Borough Clerk
Murray. Rose, and Philip, . 511 Washington A v e n u e . CRANFORD. NEW JERSEY • ' . . of this bond ordinance is not a current
bachelor of divinity degree wil^be "The Music Makers' Leen, vice presidents of the . The eighth day of Sukkoth is •called to the pulpit tocarry the. : the Yeligipus committee. purcbafled at the parish desk - The resolution was carried Borough of Kenilworth/' ;
Dated:, September,-.?8. 197?.-—^
Saturday at home after a brief "memBer of its Rosary Society. Before retiring, he was -em- thereof such ludgmtnt shall be-fe'ndered
against you as the Court shall think 1
expense and is a property or im fee: 137. A4
from Dubuque Theolttgical- Big Band," a. 16-piece band temple, are assisted in stalled Shemini Atzeret,. the scrolls, and then a procession On this holiday, the Jewish ,flnSunday or from onefitthe illness. The funeral was onShe also was a member of the ployed 20 years as a crafts- unanimously. In times such as these when ORDINANCE NO. 72 74 provement which the Borough may
Kenilworrh, N. J. equitable and- lust. You shall Ille your
Serninary and a . master of featuring the. sounds - of organizing this dance by Mrs. eighth day of convocation. Al js formed, which winds its way people express thanks and toy.following ticket committee
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING
In vjew of the above, a crime, community dif-
(Cor. N. 21st St.) "
Tuesday in St; Paul's Royal Neighbors of America-, man by the Woerner and ORDINANCE NO. n 7
answer^and proof of service In duplicate
• for the many bounties' members: Ann tuttle, Bar- with the Clerk ol the Superior'CodfTr-
sacred theology degree was yesterday, in the style of $he George Sussman, social the service, the congregant around the synagogue. It is led Episcopal Church, Westfield, Camp, No. 7882, Jersey City. Taeger Co., Newark. He was a retraction of Mr. Boyd's letter ficulties, strife and social ESTABLISHING A SALARY State House -Annex, Trenton,", New
awarded by Luther (ate Glenn Miller and Tommy committee chairman, and once again offers by the cantor singing special showered upon them by the bara. Hammerl, Bea Bah Air Conditioned Chapels Telephone with Canon Charles Best of She was recording secretary communicant of St: Agnes and this article is most discord are highlighted in the SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND
POLICY FOR AND FIXING THE
, Jersey. 08625. in accordance with the
Eternal, through their ac- Bergen, Phyllis Ryan; Ruth news an.event which reveals
Dorsey. Soloists "wjll7l& Ed Eric RoHma'n.' program thanksgiving and praise to hymns. , • rules of civil practice and procedure.
Ample'Off-Street Parking 272-5112 Trinity Episcopal Church, of the organization for more Church. r assuredly in order.' • MfcMftERSOF THE POLICE AND
> The obiect of said action is to obtain a
ceptance, and constant study Burke a'nd Kathleen Jenkins.
Plans Exhibit Finkel on tenor sax. Alchairman,
Liebowitz on trumpet and Ron respectrive committees.
"God. for all his blessings.
The final day is Simchat
Old and young m\\ freely on ran
(his evening, and each puts of T° - which stands far
Red Bank, arid Rev.- Hugh than 35 years. . Survivors include two sons,
Livengood of St. Paul's of- Surviving are her husband. Gerard T. of Elizabeth and
John Pfeiffer community
ration sho Id b e
Republican Municipal ) ° ° P ?
school f IRE CfET^AW.IMFNTSOF THE
TOWNSHIP OF CRANFORD FOR
^ Known THE YEAR 197?. . .
judgment of divorce between the, said
plaintiff and you. .
116 North Ave; W. Cranford
p Dickinson onTTrondboner :!~ -ToVah -the 4tejoicing-in- lh& iorth-his~hand-to-touch__tha . ,geace_and contentment. John J. Lesak;_a_.san».Police. i i ^ l ^ gr -Chairman—-of-—Cranford-
On BehaTf of the students, Ttifc—**~ O « D A t N E 1 > t 5OF THE Y
DATED September 20, J972
Greek artists will be. held at Lt. James J. Lesak of'Gar- ol I he ' Redemplorist COAAMlTfEE Attorney for. Plaintiff
Good News faculty and ; Board of TOWNSHIP OF CRANFORD, NEW
Osceola Beginning New Program
'-- : 60 Park Place, Suite! 916
the Holy Trinity Greek- Or The music for this occasion wood; • a' daughter, Mrs. Missionaries in Miranda. Many Thanks TOWNSHIP STRAW FLOWER-BOUQUETS $1.00
thodox Church, ;25Q Gallows is provided by' a grant from
Hill Rd., Westfietd, from the Music Performance Trust
DEDICATED TO DIGNIFIED . > For Everyone Walter M. Pawowitz, of Brazil: a daughter, Mrs. Mary
Cranford: Iwo brothers. I^Giudice, with whom he
Education, I would" like to lEHSEY I. That >vction -i ot Ordinance p<ited Sept. 28. 72
publicly thank the citizens of
Newark, Nc.w Jersey, 07102
• Fee: S9.34, HEARTY CHRYSANTHEMUM PLANTS
No matter who yon are or whut On September 16, at aboul 2 Kenilworth for their efforts No. /3 7 establishing a salary policyand
<ind fixing thc'salarics of officers
• " $1-98
Friday through Sunday. Fund, a public service full Cbirrch School
organization created . and The Osceola Presbyterian bee for the first time a.new wjll^be available ' program Uuth Lenzing, Mr. and Mrs.
SERVICE SINCE 1897. you have done. Cud loves you and Joseph and Frank Sachek of lived; three brothers, John of
otletH yo(l over|lnMiiiK l' f «- This is Jersey City, and seven I'nion, Anthony 6f Irvinglon
p.m. our home on 286 Burnside and fine support of our school. m c m l w r i ol the- Police and f ire
Ave. was damaged by fire. D t p a r t f n e n l s ol Ihe Township ot
OHDINANCE NO- 72 22
BOUOUGHOF K E N I L W O R T H '
(all colors) this week
financed by the recording Church will begin a new- communion table, designed family. On October 1, parents Michael Olestn, Mrs. Carol the **(;ood news" fioni Christianity grandchildren^ and (Jeorge of Toms River, The main part of the fire
Dr. Dpnald Merachhik same hereby the year IW? be, and the-
is, amended tiy adding Kenilworth. New Jersey
SWEETHEART ROSES ; doz.$1.50
Roofing-Siding industries, under agreement program , of worship ex- and constructed by one of the Soucek, Mrs, Robert Spero, to all people. Christians will bo The funeral was from'the Superintendent (hereto the following paragraphs to- be BOND ORDINANCE PROVIDING
damage was localized in our Union County Regional High designated as paragraphs'(c) and ( d ) ,
with the American Federation perience and study on Sunday, church members, Harold .will llave the worship service Misses Joan DeMatteo, fuvorocl ovor (kthei;, and will be a Dooley. .Colonial' Home and a sister, Mrs. Molly fOH THE PURCHASE OF A
October l. •Syvertsen,, The table is at' its. conclusion and .ac- Bonnie George, Nancy Kroell, purl of God's invisible and visible McCoobery of Union; and'fourdaughter's- room, -due to theS c h o o l . . . : ' • • ' • - ' respectively. 1
of Musicians. The grant supernatural K^vernmeiu in the now Westfield.
; HACK" •• HOE-BV T.H6 BOROUGH
Open 9 A.M. to 6 P.M, D a i l y — Closed
Gutters-Leaders obtained with the cooperation designed to be- compatible company their children to Linda Schauer, Cheryl Severs
"'Coming Together Time"- with the newly renovated their Church School classes, ;ihd Laurie Syvertsen were world to C0IU0--J1 paradise on earth
grandchildren. quick thinking of pur son
Charles, who -shut the
.(c) t h e annual salary rate l o r the
Detective Sergeants for the* calendar
Vfmr 1972 shall be thcsalary as shown lor
COUNTY OF UNION. NEW JER
of Local 151. A.F.M. will stSft at 10 a.m. Sunday*. Sanctuary. FUNERAL DIRECTORS for itII people' to enjoy. Send for
W. Naglejr. Ik'droom door. sergeants. in Section .. 3, as above SEY. APPROPRIATING 5,10.000.00
nieet the teachers, and received into the membership
The new family, worship ex- JSach Sunday worship will receive a brief orientation to of. the Osceola Church by the
The Temple extends an perience will begin with the1 be at 10 a.m. The 9:30 and 11 the new David C. Cook session on Sunday, September
FRED H. GRAY. JR.
resident and General Manager
more free Bible news to The Bible
Standard. Chester SprinKS, Pa.
'19425. William Nagle' Jr. of Toms
Azure Chapter 87,'OES." will
The firemen arrived in a
very short time after the
described, plus two Hundred Dollars
(S700.00) per annum Said tornpensaiion
to be applied to the base prior *o ap
plying incentive program percentage.
THEREFOR AND AUTHORIZING
. I H K -ISSUANCE OF S9.000.00
invitation to the-community to celebration of World-Wide a.m. services will be curriculum^ Classesjorjadults \7 and Tlwere- ,.puhlicly_ 1
JJl«lioJimla_ilonsroi^hU_now world River,' . formerly of Cranford hold its fall rummagt* telephone call was made. A Continued from Page 1 10) The annual salary r a t e . f o r the
John J. Di Fabio attend this:event? Communion. A secttonof each" discontinued. 'Child-care will will begin October 8. Child" recognized at the worship
The Festival of Succoth worship experience^ will be be available thro.ugh Kin- care for pre;school children1 is "service on Sunday, September
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Executive Viqe-President are being laid riplu now. and wlien diedTridayatiiohierHe vias October A and 5 al the Masonic runner was'p'ardowh^oveTTng" "discussions"between~(
the pruscnt groat ''time of trouble" 85. The funeral was on Mon- calendar year IV72 shall be the salary as
denotes the end of the harvest designed lor ^children's par- dergarten age each Sunday at available at 11 a.m. Church 24. A reception honoring these
C.FREDERICK POPPY described in the Bible unds, luun-
Temple, South Ave. and rug so that no damage was and ^consultant had been held 'above described, plus. Four Hundred
shown for serge^ints in Section 3, as
Ise^son in- the. Holy Land ticipation. The congregation 10 a.m.
. - Vice-President kind will "rejoico with exceeding day' in Christ Episcopal Thomas St. Hours will be 10done to the rug, and still they and the town was awaiting a Dollars (S400 0O) p i r annum. Said
worked sd quickly that we specific prop6saL.,from the compensation to be applietT'lo the base
276-)1O5 • School concludes at noon. new members was held in great joy". A paid insertion. Church," Toms River. a.m. to 4 p.m.
Come to our
During^ this holiday, devout will have the opportunity lo At n a.m. every Sunday a WESTFIELD: $ 1 8 East Broad St., William A . D o y l e , manager 233-0143
Mr. and Mrs. James Fellowship Hall following the Mr. Nagle was born m were amazed. consultant. Mrs. Nagle said prior to applying incentive program,
Bradley, William Clark, Miss service on September 24. • • CRANFORD: 12 Springfield Ave., Fred H.<5ray, Jr.; manager 276-0092 Goorgiann's' room was she has been hearing this for a Section ?. T h j i ordinance shall .take
GOAST-TO-COAST MOVERS- Plan Poster Contest FUEL 16 cpmpletelv burned out. long time and encouraged the el fee I urjon publication after f i n a l
-K very thing—she- owned—was committee to do airit could to _pas\f«j<vas .provided lay- lawc k C —
damaged by smoke or flames. get the project underway.
•- • Ja
Chairman ol Township Cominiitee
> Announce Fair
Anywhere in the U.S.or Canada
Safe. Reasonable and OIL QVer 150 Gal.
Although we cannot use the Public ATTtST
Safety Com- WtSleV N. Philo
upstairs ot our Ihouse for "mitteeman Burton S. Good- t\)wnship Ctcrk
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Immediate"Service Sr.^Michael's Church is After that date the posters will several months, we are so man said the town has written The .foregoing ordinance w a s - in NOTICE
By Van - Rail —Boat - Air
sponsoring-^ poster contest to be displayed in town through Premium Oil. National Brand. thankful to God that no lives letters to-' its three Iroduced and passed on f i r s t r e a d i n g at a
announce its~x*oming "'Happy the courtesy of the local
Holiday Fair~ whieh^ will-be mHI-chants.---- ,' -.--.- ,..-•, 24-Hr. Service oni All Makes of Burners. were lost. representatives asking for meetingi iot j the Township, Co/n,mittee of
' b ^ T o w i h p o f C r a n l o r d N^J. qn_Tucs.,
HENRY K TOWMSIND, Agent held Friday, November 24, The. "Happy Holiday Fair" BUY FROM A LEADING COMPANY OUR, 34 YEARS OF EX
• Cranford has to have ;the their* help' in locating the St-pV 26, l v / 2 , a n d w i j l be considered for
l i n a l passage. <iijet_J>ubllc h e a r i n g , e t
neatest fire, department, in the proper postal officials to another m e e t i n g o( said Township
ALLIED VAN LINES. Inc. and Saturday, November 25.^ will have games and refresh- state not even a window was provide a status report on the Co n n i i it tee ,af AAunicipal D u i l d l n o ,
PERIENCE WILL GIVE YOU MORE COMFORT AND SAVE YOU
Fireproof. Storage Packing & Crating A Specialty The contest is open to all the ments and many booths with Cr.inford, New
broken. We are grateful to lurking and traffic problem OCT 10, W}, Jersey, 3on T U E S P .AM ., D Y
children of the parish grades hanbVrnade afghans, baby M0NEV CA L FOR at H : 0 o'clock
for Commercial and
Estimates Given Freely ,
Call 232-4464 • • 'two through eight. Posters tiothingandjjonchos. Another \ FREE BTIMATIS ON: <|!6d lor such a.smooth running, the town fears will arise when ( p r e v a i l i n g t i m e ) .
lire department.-where eVery' the renovation is complete. He WESLEY N. PHILO
'may be done in any medium booth will contain boutique Township Clerk
and on any size paper or items: There wilMHva quaint NEW BOILER - BURNER & CONTROLS , man knew his job and how' to said the town has noU yet Diitcd: September 78, W7?
do it. ; received any substantial in- r cc- $16 3?
'BIRTH DEFECTS' C A N BE HEALED" poster board not to exceed 22 Christmas shop and a country . /. CONVERSION OR ONLY A BURNER. The people of Cranford formation.
inches by 28 inches. Cash store with a variety of items to should bo very p'roud of their
Township o(C ran lord
Radio, stations WVNJ and WERA will broadcast this
prizes will.be awarded, to the help till a Christmas list. Of Service Contract Metered Delivery In another matter, Com-
Fire Department. We have mittceman Henry K:.-Bin-
•<r<)n'ord, New Jersey
lop entries and the contest NOTICE TOhlDDEKS
Sunday a program entitled "Birth Defects Can be. will be judged by prominent special interest to children is Automatic Delivery .;• . Radio Dispatched H
lived in this house 2 years;and senkamp revealed that the Proposal tor Hire ol Snow Removal
"Just For Kids" room \t+(ere
Healed! This program is part of the series of Christian- Cranford artists. . . only children under 12 may
this-'was.our first, and [ hope town ' beliov.es the Cerebral Sealed llids will bo received by the '
Surprise #1: the most dashing Sine
Science prograrrts entitled "The Truth That Heals."-
Another Christian Science program may be heard this- The 'contest ddSes Friday, shop for their family. ," « / • •
DON'T WAI7,tAU NOW our last fire. . . Palsy Center,on Holly St. will Township Coitvt»iitK>t: <»r ,t V'roular
VVo'want/to also thank the relocate its facility to property nueting on October 10, )97? in the MQh
Sunday. OcioberJ3. and will be judged
on SaturdayTOctobeFf47Alfof Uoht*=4B64ICI5SUfly- •many—c-<wc<»rmvd-»wtghhftFfr- -m—thump "-fnwnship" Mv
who" offered KoTj), and. sent Hinsenkarnp Hid"f"prim Specifications
acknowledged Agreenu.-nt may be obt<»i<it.-d and. form ice ol (
the posters submitted will be Mrs.1 V"\\\\ Henehan are co- blanket^ and food. <it the olf
Surprise # 2 : a full-blast savings
on (Uiplay_io . the_schooL
'cafeteria Sunday, October 1 > Raymond W, Stine is coor-
from tt-'ui ,xm. until 1 p.m.
dinator of the poster contest.
SIMONE BROS. that. Cranford has 'been' o( the Township tingineef during any
Our s|H'cial thanks to Tony seeking the property and had husiiit-s>d.iy b«'tw(.-(!n the hours of 8:30
Gcill, our next door neighbor, 'offered .1 o trade land at the end A M ,uid .1,00 P M ,
The purpo^o-ol rvcuiylrvj'th^se bids is
sale right from day # 1
LINDEN, N.J. a retired fireman, who tried to ol Cranford Ave. in exchange lo toniract tor the hire'ol v,noW removal
ttquipmenl oil ,tn fiourly b.i^j-j, such' < s • >
help us put out the lire, but for the Holly St. property. 1
• wheel thrive "|eep" Of t-quiv^lent
Tuesday night Mr. Hin- '1 cuhit v<ird trucks -tl' snow plow .ttt.jcheJ
Broadcast over many stations Including:
WVNJ - 620 - KC 9:45 A.M."
CDA Court Instituted senk'amp said it appeared the - single iixle miniiTUim Iw.iter level)
Cerebral Palsy Center was no plow. .itToched
trucks V T 10' snow
longor/'Hiileresled in the • H to IU cubic y.ird lw;»terjevet) 10'
Were Wasting no time to let
—WERA- V590- KG 8^5 A . M . - —Court -St—Michadhthe Ar- insl ttuted-on.-Saturday-jit--c»i. larger, t.mdi'in ,ixle Trucks with
('rantord Av'o:—^roporty and or \,\r<n-c. *.now plow^- tilt.iche(i everyone know that this is definitely
changel 2062, Catholic Michael'ii parish in Cranford. ihcr T'on'ter'"' 'probably would level) tandem «iule Hump trucks for
S u n d a y , O c t o b e r 1,1972
A Christian Science radio series Daughters of America, 'was iVlsgr. John Davis, pastor ol move to,Union. Ho said a MVOW tutulino
16 tut) Is V'i'd minimum (water
; the place to save on Chevy. We're
St.. .Michael's., is- chaplain.DI
the new court and the newly
letter had l>een- ^ent to the , All Uid-i muut bt- uubmiltud in .j L.ujlcd
center's executive director envelope cte,illy Removal (iquipuu-nr" '
marked 'Piopo->.»] iof
not letting up on the momentum of
fleeted officers are: Mrs.
Elizabeth Coodman, regent;
Hire oi Snow
requesting, their intentions. Snow Si'.tson.lvV'.' 19/3' und the bufdefs our famous reputation forsavings...
The committecman said .the
Mrs. Irene Mingoia, first vice- idder-. / e p .iced to en
town' v desired to obtain the .m Agree ment or Co ntr.i1L"t W ith ihe
not even during our announcement
regent; Mrs. Marge Sheehan,.
second vice-regent; Miss I-le has a mac
pro|H r(y so that it could the 1 ovvir•attnt.-diailely
hip C mil iniitte.- .UUi
maintain control oi the .ert itiC.it,- : oi msur tiOC e .is rrciu Hn'nch
ii|)on ,<w'.ti'd by
secretary; Miss Barbara
•development or the area. \C I Ow .tt.'e - Tt n;,hip t oi1m m ce'.i-r'ves the
Orniand, treasurer; Miss 'First, without picking up surprised. With Touch- li^s available on all tele- but you get the presents. Famous
Kcrnadi'tte Pongon, recording the receiver, time yourself Tone i")iishhn 11 ons'you phone styles. Wallace savings. Right from day #1.
secretary, Mrs.- Deborah .conserve vour And ask about ou%
Corrigan, >noi\itor; Mrs. Clara as you di';i,l your own can tap a call twice as last
Come see our surprising
Venneri, lecturer. Miss'Doris
Haddad,. organist"; and Mrs.
Rudy is Senior Manager in our Data Processing Department. He num,ber on your, present as you can dial. And asypu Residence Packaoc1 which :$k cars and prices. •
Ann Curh-y,. Mrs. Mary and his round-the-clock crews oporate the'modem 1 computers tap, musical notes ihjf^er oives you three or more
(Jalvin. Mrs. tVU.jry, Vo^el, we use to screen, record and store-data', process enrollments phone.
trustees. ' •, vft • and .issue checks for the more than $515 million.worth of eligi- T h e n , t a p y o u r num- ele'c^ronic impulses, to Touch-Tone phones at a
'" 'Thin 'l)i4n(.',sHiK- total;lo luiz ble clairps we pay every year • ' • '*• speed your'connection. • pncc. •
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local courts in New .Jersey ber on the Touelii- Tone
with'a membership < l over > Rudy knows how to keqp operating expenses to a bare-hone p.uslihiittonsshown here. , You can put T ueh-
minimum. Recently hu. began usincj i\ now, und hirjhly-ufficiont T o n e service on f
computer that will literally porformJS jobs concurrently. The
result is considerable savings in time and-operating expenses"
home p h o n e an
fH) New Jersey Be8l LWK
tfiisions lor only
Thanks to people like Rudy and our other dollar stretchers, the
per m o n t h alter
A operatin() expenses for New Jersey Blue Cross'and Blue .Shield
bre only a few pennies, of each membership dollar. About one SERVING ALL VOUiU SUILDlING
third the operating expenses of commercial health-insurers.
Rudy Rus.so It's your dollar he's stretching. Met; another one SlEt OURCOlVIPLETt.LINH Ol : , '
of" thn mnny reason?-Nnw Jersey Hluo "Cross- nnd' Btuo Shield WS-?;
218"NORTO~AVE.7 W. G>" 276^55" MATERIALS Ki SUPPLIES : . V.
deliver more health ca're for your health-caie dollar. y
No Job Too Small '
^ air voiuliluyned, nfjalrenl jtarkh'J-H 'jiU'HUu
T WEW JlcHSEV BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHJELD* 'u r"\,,c: NO
S>OQLKV COLONJ[ilL or; YOU INTWE st I IC:TIOI\J
!l y o u " l:\stcr • O I : MAT TRIALS,. '•. •
voii.il>kl<'i si'\'\'\c< H ) \ \ <> ( i i l i D i n c .
Cuntonni^l Aw. * 27f^flSOS Cr^nf^rd, M. J. . 55 East Linden Ave -linden
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