tile Fellows League Lower Boom Gospel Church
gistration onSunday OnDeveloper Elects Officers
Registration for Cal Donnelly and Al San oia- WOOnHRIDOE - • Tlitfe of-
WOODBRIDQE — OrderR to
Fellows League of! como. stop developers from using ficers were elected nt the 12th
ill take place this New members, especially the nioomflcld Avenue for their :i ii ii nn I congregational meeting
v ( l - o m 2 to 5 P. M. at fathers of Little Leaguers, are equipment until RUch time as
• lv l € improvement Club, requested to call A. j . Qonzalcs, t.ho Woodhrldtw Qospel
they repair the road and make ''lunch, Krnest Barabas atid
on the two succeeding membership chairman, at FU It jmsRahlr, were Issued yester-
ys , February 21 and M 8-4947. Much adult help is day as promised by thn Town Jensen were elected to
the ages of I andneeded, as a registration Committee) Tuesday nlR Hie hoard of trustees, and
want to play league more than 400 boys is expected. Kenneth Barber to the board of
^ 1 this summer mult be
l10 However, some of the real
rculster. Registration dents, on learning that the or •lders. Rev. Peter H. Burgess
,.e $i.5O for boys between
l 12, and $3 for boys be- K of C to Hold der might halt the developers
work and the road remain In
an Impassable condition much
welcomed new members and
reviewed the history of the
ll! and 15. (Munch.
s urRfntly hoped that the!
i,.nKufi field at Penneyl
Dance Feb. 20th longer, urged that the develop
er keep working and "get It
Henry Hopke, chairman of
Avenue will be ready for W O O D B R I D O E — The tho trustees, presented the ,
-)is season1, The field com- Knights of Columbus Ritual- Township Attorney Nathan •t for 1960 which was ap-
\. tt-iiich inspected the site istic team, Wlliam arausam, Duff went to Bloomfleld Ave proved by the membership.;
ijv includes Om Sobon, chairman, «lll «o to C'nrUret ime yesterday with members of Mrs. tludolph Frey presented
to exemplify the order of the the Police Department and Is- the proposed revision of the
First Degree Monday. sued the stop order. As soon as constitution. Mr. Barabas, Sun- •
anil Wukovets Township cars appeared, day school superintendent, an-
Members of Middlesex Coun- people came out of ffheir houses nounced the election ot two
\l>rsed by CrOUplcW Will participate thc Bl and Joined In the discussion. new staff members; MrB. Car-'
M )i>BliIDQE — Prank shop's Spiritual Bouquet rie Bunting, registrar, and Mrs,
February 14. The developer complained he
, vt ts and Robert Vogel was "doing the best he can" Robert Cocanougher, treasurer.
endorsed for reelection to The bus for the trip to under the circumstances. Fin- Tonight at 6:30 P.M. the
j,,:,rd nf Education by the Sportsman's Show February young people will assemble at
ally an agreement was reached
Ward, Sixth District Will leaVe at 9:30 a.m. It was the church to leave for a roller
whereby the developer promised
m,,iir club Monday night announced by Bertrand Mosen- to take some positive action to HONORARY MEMBKR: UnnarA s h f n O i p r o p r i p t o r o f „„ skating rally In Plainfield. The
thlne and Peter Hindi*, co- Avenel gas station, above, was honored by the "Slow Christian Service Boys' Brigade
)(. VFW Post Home, Pearl relieve the situation. Road De-
chairmen. partment cars will patrol the Pokes" of Avenel for outstanding services to the club. Mr. has shifted Its meeting to Sat-
A square dance will be held area dally to teee, to it that Sheno, In acceptine the honorary membership plaque, urday at 9 A.M. in the church
»\e Holcli, president and on February 20 with Robert
'n xokarskl, financial sec- Jardot and John Egan co- IT'S AN ORANGE JOB NOW: Commute*man John Evanko, chairman of administra- promises are kept, Mayor Fred- commended the club on Us progress "toward safety on rooms. Hereafter, It will meet
tion, Is shown Inspecting one of the Townjhlp cam which has town painted a bright erick M. Adams said. the roads." Fridays at 7:30 PJU. under the
•v spoke briefly on the chairmen. Prtxes will be given
Board of Education for various danoes and cos- orange on hli orden. The order was subject of controversy at Township meeting At Tuesday's session resi- direction of William Butters. .
ion, February 8. Rooco tumes. Tuesday a t the Municipal Bulldlnr. !
dents said while the ground ls 2 to Face Trials
Darts Acrots Road, Next Thursday the Women's
a. Democratic C o u n t y William DeJoy, first vice frozen "It Is not too bad" but as Association will meet at the
mitteeman and a member president, and Nicholas Ballo, Tanzmnn Renamed soon as It thaws or rains "It Is At Tipsy Drivers Tot, 10; Hit by Carhome of Mrs. John D'EHa, 48
he rlub. on the ac- treasurer, reported on the pro-
plishmcnU of Mr. WuiWtsj gress being made on the drive
Dr. Partenope to Head a sea of mud." Complaints were1 WOODBRIDOE — Two drl FORDS — Ten-year-old Taylor Terrace, Colonia. The
As Plan Board Head made that manholes were left
vcra are scheduled to appear Suzanne Pisco, 132 Mary Ave Colonists, teen-age group of
Mr Vofjfl. After a dts- purchase a pulmlnary cir- WCX5DBRIDGE — Norman uncovered, creating a hazard.
to before Magistrate Benjamin I nue, was critically Injured yes- girls sponsored by the Associ-
lon, the memberrtlp culatory cardlagraph machlna
isiy voted to support UM at a coet of 138. This machine
Heart Fund in Colonia Tanzman, Woodbridge, was re- In reply to Committeeman R.
Kantor to answer to complaints terday afternoon when she ation, held a progressive duiner
elected chairman of the Plan- Richard Krauss' suggestion that of drunken driving.
darted across thestreet Into recently, meeting at the homes
mm for reelection. will be housed at St. Peters COLONIA — A veteran Heart ning Board at a re-organlzatlon the building permits be revok- of Mrs. James Sabatlno, Mrs.
meeting last night at the Mu- Mr. Duff warned It would, Stanlslaw Elndela, Division a moving car.
Hospital, N«w Brunswick, and Fund campaign leader who has
nicipal Building. Street, Perth Amboy, Is sched- According to police, Suzanne,Runyon Ernst, and Mrs. Co-
>RA1. (iKOlT PBOOBAM made available to all in need also done research in heart '45* Club Installs leave the Township open to uled to appear February 23 at canougher. Pern and Caryl
Also reelected was Donald civil suit. a pupil at School 14, had just
DIX)NIA - Mn. Lawrence of heart surgery. disease will h»ad the February 8:30 a.m. and Henry Smith, left the school. A car driven Simpson were chairmen.
dland, Cypress Drlw. will1 Harold Mortenson w u wel campaign for funds In Colonia, DeWrosso President Barnlckel, Iselin, secretary. "As long as the developer Spotewood, will appear Monday
ct a performance of the coined to the Council. WOODBRIDOE — The Thomas Molyneux, Fords, was by Charles E. Markhoff, 40 The Pilgrims', a younger
the Middlesex County Heart 11 *
builds homes properly", he said, at T p.m. Huntlngton, Fa., stopped tol group of girls aged 8 to 12,
ncii Choral Group at a Association announced today. "45 Club of Woodbrldge held named vice chairman. "we cannot revoke his permlfc
tint; Monday of the Cen- Its Installation of officers re- Both Kindela and Smith ask directions from Patrolman meet under the leadership at
Dr, Edward A. Partenope, cently at the Dugout on School But we do have police powers Mrs. George Simpson and Mrs.
n il of Jewish Women, at Hadassah Tells
p li: ic v.iy section, National
Middlesex Avenue, will lead the Street, with Andrew D. Des- An
Scotch Humor we can use them to force the were Involved in accidents. James Egan and police said, he
American visiting Eng- developer to repair the road Smith hit a car driven by Earl had started up again when the Vernon JenBen.
Anshe Chevd flynasogue, drive here for the fourth con mond, former Magistrate, as land decided It would be fun to and make It passable." Grimm, Berry Street, Wood- jchlld ran Into the car.
Ie:i. The Kroup will present
ballad, 'Free and iQual
Future Plans seouUve year. A member of th» Installing officer. go for a walking tour In Scot-
Oeorge Dtl Orosso Is presi- land at Christmas,
bridge, on Main SJtreet, Mon- Suzanne was taken to Perthl** ?*
Amboy General Hospital by St. WOODBRIDGE — Two carfc
(is Tuo other Colonia W O O D B R I D O E — The
board of trustees of both the Tor once winter was living GIKL 16, GONE day, Kindela hit two parked John's First Aid Squad and I s o n e o w n e d ^ Margaret L. Pas-
dent; Frank Boda, vice presi- FORDS — Mrs. William Post, can on Main Street, owned by
Bhtrs of the chonM are Mrs. Woo4br1dfe Chapter of Hadas- |Mldd)eaex and Union County dent; Robert Taylor, treasur- up to Its name. The snow was being treated for a possible tor, 34 Worden Avenue and the
Bid sandak and Mrs. Irving sah held a board meeting on Heart Associations, Dr. Part- coming down hard, and the fractured skull. other owned by Jdln SzllagyL
B. Mrs. Sidney Lewnson. Monday night at UM local Jew- enope will b* assisted In organ- er; Edwin C. Haas, secretary; American was struggling along]
^ p S l o c a son, 259 Main Street. 124 Howard Avenue, both of
her 16-year-old, daughter who Hopelawn, were sprayed with
m . Place, will be program ish Community Center with izing the volunteer workers by Joseph Nagy, sergeant-at-arms. what had once been a village been missing from home Steel makers working hard Seoul orders alert on Koreans b l a c l £ p a i n t WhUe they were
Irman of the erenlng. Mrs. Joseph Schleshlnger pre* nil Wlta, Rose. Mr. Del Oroaso appointed the lane. It was not long before he
following committee chairmen: w u completely lost. to keep up with orders. leaving Japan. Iparked on Route 440, Sunday.
f/i Anniversary Husband! are Invited to a t Jamet Vandervetr of South membership, Thomas FiUpa- fortunately, however, he
land UM n o t meeting whan a Amboy, county campaign ehalr- trlck; good and welfare, John came up with an oM Scot.
eli'brated by Dunni Youth Forum, "Open Mind", man. cited Dr. EarUnope's Shafranskl; refreshment, WU- "Say. friend," began the
roODBRIDOE — will be held with Harriet Bern- "outiUndlng record In three liam Forstner; entertainment,' American, "I guess I'm lost."
stein. Ellen Levlne. Martin prevtotu campaigns" u evl< William Van Taaiel; publicity "Is theer a reward cot for
SUum and Gary Schonwald dene* that the area will again Oeorga Van T M M L ye?" asked the Scot cautiously.
1895 CHRISTENSEN'S 1960
participating. M m I r v i n g contribute gtnerouilj to* the 'Nope," laid the American "The Friendly Store"
Ooodtteln will be moderator. fight against heart disease. Co- The Adolph* Menjous have|shonly. "What does that mat-
"Motet Mendelssohn" will be lgate resident* gave $3380 to been celebrating the birth of ter7"
UM topic o/ dlacuaslon at the drive last year. UMlr first grandchild, named "Weel," came the slow reply,
next study group meeting Ftb-i Or. Partenope Is a number of tfchael Peter. •ye're »tUl lost."
ruary 10 at the borne ot MxgUfer iinxt and medical staff at
with M l i p r f c c h a e l ' s , Hoapltal. New-
David Outman and Mrt. Erndtflrt, I*ftmember of UM stall at
Lichtman leading the discus-'Rtiiwv Memorial HosptUI,
Won. and one of UM founders of the
An Educational Bemlnar wlllfNew Jersey chapter of UM
be held JolnUy wlUi Metuchen. American Federation for CU
carter* and Perth Amboy nlcal RMeareh. The Colonia
Chapters at the Woodbridge physklan u also a member of
J e w i s h Community Center, the reeearch committee of UM
March >, with M n . Fred Kauf- New Jersey Heart Attoclatlon
man onaifman. and U onatrman of the speakers
All pledge* for the Donor bureau of the Union County
Luncheon which will be held ofganliaUon.
at UM I M O House In Newark Dr. Partenope U a graduate
March 16 must be paid by Feb-of Rahway High School, corn-
ruary 28 Mrs. Abe Cooper, fund pieted his pre-medlcal training
rtUlng vice president, announ-j»t Georgetown College and was
I graduated with honors from
will hold an OnegjOeorgetown University's School
Drastic Reductions in All Departments!
March 11, the,theme]of Medicine. He collaborated
of whkh wlU be UM Centennial L i f e r*. M w a r d Prels and Dr
of UM Birth of Theodore Hert-1 uwrence LUlen-fleld In re-
search on the treatment of high
PLAYTEX GIRDLES Girdles and Bras
A nominating committee blood pressure. Together with (Diseontlnoed Style*) (Discontinued Btjlei)
composed of Mrs. Herbert Wi- Dr. Nicholas Antontus, Dr.
nograd. Mrs. Irwin Hundert, Partenope was Instrumental In
Mrs. David Gutman, Mrs. starting a clinic for the trtat-
Now $ 3
RE(3. B 9 5 REO. 8.69 Now 5 5 Ladies' Lingerie
Jack Gottdenker and Mrs. I n - m e l n of high blood pressure
uif Mazur w u approved by Uie'»I1(j chronic kidney disease at
Mrs Waiter S h l m a n s t l ,
library representative for Ha-
The Partenopea have be«n
FOR A CAREFREE REO Now $ 4 REO. 9.9S TO 1O»S NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS
[ N T NEW BEAUTY Irell'a book "It His Come to five children.
A Hebrew lesson was gtren to
residents of Colonia for nine
years and are the parents of
CHRISTMAS IN '60 Boys' PREP SUCKS
ENTIRE STOCK OF
ON YOUR FLOOR lithe board by Mrs. Fred Keasel- JOYS OF FATHERHOOD Values
IN ONE DAY
man and Mrs. Herbert Wlno-
[jgrad ipoke on the Important
daus In UM months of Klslev,
» wonderful change Tevet. and Snevet giving their
Fremont, Ohio — When
Donnle Stadler, three, fell on
the pporch steps and cut his
chin, his father really suffered
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB
(Sixes 27 to 31)
meanings and origins. most.
btlUr OUT r»f elcao-
THAT EARNS DIVIDENDS
Brichteiu • • the
room! C«tU s* 1UU*,
Start Planning Your Wedding at NOW AND SAVE REGULARLY BIG SAVINGS NOW ON
1.00 2 3.00
• ««n be cleaned per- You decide how much to save!
' Hint on the floor. Call
for i tut.
We da ln-»laat ekaa-
TED'S We send you a check next November!
It's easy . . . it's a happy Club. Join now.
For the entire family!
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