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Leader-Press Wednesday, May 15,1968 MOB J Church Seeks Adwards Wonby Sixteen ajd Joseph of Clark; two stoters, Mrs. Mary Hnat of Port Read- ing and Mrs. Anna Plucinskj of, Obituaries Woodbrldge. Charles Kaihora, Sgt. John of Volunteers For Scouts on 'Canoe Hike9 the Carteret Police Department SAMUEL Ti:PP KORDS — Thp funeral nf Sam- The funeral lors, Mr?!. Catherine IliMrhrandl from the Bizub was conducted of Iselin, Mrs. Emily Handle 54 Wheeler Avenue on Tuesday Funeral Home, Baby-Sitting FORDS — The Delaware- opportunity to drift with the flow Rarltan Canal and its shores of the water. Wl Topp, 58. nf 4 Tulip Drive, and Mrs. Grace HildcbTandt of morning followed by a requiem ISELIN — V*ry Rev. Mon- provided 16 Scouts and eight Those completing the trip will who died May n at Mt. Sinai Flushing, N. Y., and Mrs. Dor- Mass in St. Etias Church with signor John M. Wilus, pastor of adults of Troop 52 with the receive neckerchief, slides and Hospital. New York City, was othy Finley of Lanoka Harhor. the Rev. Augustine Medvigy as St. Cecelia's Church, announced opportunity to earn the "50 Mile patches from the National hold Friday at. the main sanc- Funeral services were held celebrant. Interment was in masses for the remainder of this Canoe Hike," award as set forth Council of Boy Scouts at New tuary of Temple Sholom, Plain- Monday at 8:30 A. M. at the Rosehill Cemetery, Linden. week as follows: Thursday, 6:30 by the National Council of Boy Brunswick. field, with burial in Mt. Leba- Synowiecki Funeral Home, 56 The active h e a r e r s were non Cemetery, Iseltn, un-der the Carteret Avenue followed at 9 James, Robert, Kenneth Kahora, A.M., convent chapel, 8 and 9 Scouts, and to become one of the Adult leadership was supplied direction of Higgins Home for A. M. by a high requiem Mass Charles Kahora, Peter Kahora A.M., church; Friday, 6:30 few troops in the Raritan by Raymond Smlnk, Scout- Funerals, Plainficld. at St. Joseph's Church, Inter- Jr., and Edward Romatowski. A.M., chapel, 8, 8:30, and 9 A.. challenge. master; Raymond Hinsen and Born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Mr. ment was in National Cemetery, church; and Saturday, 7 A.M, Included in the requirements Donald Finan. Aisistant scout- Tcpp resided in the Metuchen- Long Island. chapel, 8 and 9 A.M church. The F;>rds area 14 years. He was a MRS. MARGARETHA YOUNG novena to Our Lady of Fatjina for the honorary award, in master, Edwin Shuster, Joseph CARTERET — Mrs. Margt addition to traveling 50 miles by Knautz, William Karmazski manufacturers' representative with the Samuel Tepp Co., Edi- CLIFFORD L. CUTTER retha Otten Young, 83, of 62 will take place after the nine canoe, are a total of five days Harkay and Carter. o'clock mass Saturday. traveling time to include over- Scouts Included Stephen Baux son. He was a member of the CARTERET — Clifford L. Cut- Marion Street died Sunday American Society of Heating, ter, of Pinellas Park, Florida, at Elizabeth General Hospital. Confirmation class for public night camping, p o r t a g e s , Gary Smink, Edwin Shuster, Jr. Refrigeration and Air-Condition- formerly of Carteret died May Born in Germany, she had re- school children of the parish is carrying of all equipment and Donald Finan, Jr., Leste ing Engineers. He was also a 8 at home. sided in Carteret 10 years. scheduled for Saturday, 9:30 personal needs, as well as Varga, Michael Antol, Barry member of the Peddie Golf Mr. Cutter had resided In Car- Surviving are her husband, A..M, at the school. All must conservation projects to be Club, Hightstown. He had wor- teret for 70 years and owned William H. Young, Sr., a daugm- attend, with no exceptions. completed enroute. Bittler, DanfcU Harkay, Franci shipped at Temple Sholom, and operated Cutter's Amoco er, Mrs. Grace Lathrop of Car- Confessions will be heard The canal was chosen by Knautz, William Karmazsln Plainfield. Service Station here. He was a teret; two sons John Young Saturday, 3:30 to 5:30 ."P.M and Herbert Carter, chairman, as it Barry Andrechick, Denni Surviving are his widow, Miri- member of the American Legion and William IL Young, Jr both 7 to 9 .PM. offered the least resistance to Moles, Michael Daly, William am (Farbstein); a son, Barry, Post 263 of Carteret and the of Carteret; five grandchildren Myle, John Carter and Le Fords; a daughter, Carol at World War I Veterans Pinellas and three great-grandchildren. Thirteen masses ha*e been Ihe novice canoer, despite the Hansen. home; a sister, Mrs. Charles Park, barracks. Funeral services were held scheduled for Sunday, May 19: fact that there would be no Hanerman, Newark; two broth- Ha is survied by his wife; Wednesday at 9 A. M. at the 6:30, 7:15, 8, 8:45, 9:45, 10:30, ers, Leo, Newark and Morris, Mrs. Ida Casaleggi Cutter; a Synowiecki Funeral Home, 56 and 11:15 A..M and 12 noon in Irving ton. Carteret Avenue. Interment was son, Clifford of Largo, Fla.; in Lutheran Cemetery, Jamaica, the upper, or main, church; three daughters, Mrs. Eileen L .L, N. Y. also, 915, 10, 10:45, and 11:30 Couple Exchanged Vows MAKING PLANS: For their program are Fred Snyrler, left and Tex Perry, right, public relations chairman and execu- Hughes of Birmingham, Mich.; A..M and 12:15 .PM. in the lower EMRY MARSEK WOODBRIDGE • The funeral Ohio, and Mrs. Anne Marie Lima, Mrs. Irm.a Schmersal of church, Lourdes and Farima" On Saturday Afternoon tive director, respectively, of the Iselin Citixeni Committee, which Is now engaged in compiling a history of the I«elln of Emry Marsek, 345 Green man of Fords; and two sisters, Street, who died May 9 at Edi- Mrs. Florence Miller of Astoria, Free- BarMitzvahSet Halls. The sacrament of baptism will be administered at 1 .P.M COLONIA — Marriage vows Flower girl was Pamela Jean section of Woodbridge Township. The organization It asking that if any resident of the Township bag photographs or old son Lodge Nursing Home, Edi- L. I., N. Y., and .Mrs. Violet stories of Iselin based on fact to get in tonch with Mr. fcnyder son, was held Monday morning Hoerrner of Lake Placid, Fla. at the Iieon J. Gerity Funeral and 18 grandchildren. At Beth Sholom Girls of the C.Y.O. will pro- were exchanged Saturday after- Spruill. vide babysitting services dujlng noon between Miss Dolores Ca Joseph Kovalick, brother all masses for sail children In roline Nemeth, daughter of Mrs. the bridegroom, served as bes' or Mr. Perry. The history will be part of the "Community Pride Program." Home, 411 Amboy Avenue, with ISELIN — Rabbi Harold a high Mass «f requiem at St. Funeral services were conduc- Richtman of Congregation Beth Room 296. More volunteers are. Marjorie Nempth, Rahway, for man. Ushers were Edward Ko- merly of Colonia, and John Ste- valick and Leonard T. SpruiM John Nepomiciene Church, New ted Saturday from the Osgood Sholom, 90 Cooper Avenue, will needed. Any girl willing to give phen Kovalick, son of Mr. and RUigbearer was Leonard G York City. Burial was in Cal- Funeral Home, Pinellas Park, conduct services on Friday at UP vary Cemetery, Queens, L. I. Florida. few hours on Sunday Mrs. Stephen W. Kovalick, Spruill. Deb Screening Mrs.EngIert. 8:00 P.M. assisted by Cantor mornings to permit mothers of Clark. The Rev. Dennis Whalen Mrs. Hovalick attended Wood- The deceased was the husband of the late Mrs. Rose Orsak ANDREW JOHNSON # Lawrence, Tuckinsky. The Oneg infants to attend mass is performed the ceremony at St. bridge Senior High School. Hei Shabbot will be sponsored by requested to see, Monsignor Agnes Roman Catholic Church, husband attended St. Mary Croup To Meet Heads Auxiliary Marsek. Clark. High School, Elizabeth, serve* WOODBRIDGE — A meeting AVENEL — Mrs. John COLONIA — The funeral of Mr. and Mrs. William Cohen, Wilus in the church office on Mrs. Leonard Spruill, sister of two years at West Point, N. Y. Surviving are two sons, Milo Andrew Johnson, 73, of New Do- Iselin, in honor of the Bar Sunday. of the screening committee for inglert was elected president of and Theodore of New York a ver Road, who died Monday the bride, was matron of honor. and is the owner of Kovalicl daughter, Mrs. Violet Vidal with morning, was held this morning 1968 Debutante Ball sponsor- Mitzvah of their son, Robert. Masses, services and activities Mrs. Joseph Kovalick and Miss Brothers Sunoco Station, Cran the h,y the Woodbridge Township venel Memorial Posjt 7164, ed Robert will chant a portion of for the remainder of the week of Janet Buhl were attendants. ford. .F.W. Auxiliary. Other officers whom he lived; nine grandchil- at The Leihrer-Crabiel Funeral Business and Professional Wom- amed for 1968-69 are'i Mrs. dren; one great-grandchild; a Home, 275 W. Milton Avenue, the Haftorah at Sabbath the 19th include: Monday, 7 en's Club will be held Monday, brother in Czechoslovakia. Rahway, with services at Zion morning services May 18 at 9:00 P.M., High School of Religion, May 27, at the home of tihe chair- Charles Sicssel, senior tici RUDOLPH FRANCIY Lutheran Church, Rahway, and A..M Junior Congregation Confraternity the Rev. Frederick Fairclough, Services will be held in the Doctrine, groups one and two;' of Miss Roni Sue Rabinowit Christian man, Miss Ruth Wolk, Wood- resident; Mrs. H e,x:b • r t bridge. This yenr the ball wffl outhard junior vice president; be held at the Brunswick Inn, rlrs. Paul Zellner, treasurer. lower auditorium at 10:30 A.M. Tuesday, 7:30 .P.M, Mass for ISELIN — Funeral services pastor, officiating. fcr Rudolph Franciy, 36, of 186 Born In Sweden, Mr. Johnson under the leadership ,pf Miss Peace; Wednesday, 7:30 .PM., Ridgeley Avenue, who died Fri- came to the United States as a Elissa Jacobs, Fords. A daily the continuous novena to St. Weds H. Robert Duboff Friday, December 27. Mrs. so, Mrs. George WWtley, Jlr*. Elizabeth V. Novak, Villiam Swirsky and Mrt John BPW president, will lead a large ehany, district delegates; Mrs, day at Perth Amboy General young man and resided in Co- Minyan Service is held at 7:30 Jude, patron of hopeless cases Hospital, were held Monday af- lonia 42 years. He was the P.M. and at 8:30 A.M. on and the novena to Our Lady of WOODBRIDGE — In The Cot- received her B.S. from Ne delegation to the convention of Villiam McLaughlin, Mrs. tage of the Hampshire House York University. Her father Ihe New Jersey Federation of obert Frolich and Mrs. ternoon at the Thomas J. Cos- son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Sundays. the Miraculous Medal, with Sunday at noon, Miss Roni Sue president of the B & B Mi Business and Professional Wom- tello Funeral Home, Green Johan (Christina Simonson) Bingo games are held every benediction of the Most Blessed Rabinowitz, daughter of Mr and Supply Co., Per.th Amboy. s Clubs, Inc., at the Hotel Southard, alternate delegates. Street and Cooper Avenue, with Johnson. Thursday at 7:30 P..M in Sacrament The county delegates include: burial in Cloverleaf Cemetery, Surviving are Ms widow, Edith the main auditorium. The afterward; and Mrs. Benjamin Rabinowitz, 107 Mr. Duboff, a mortgage in- ejutis, Atlantic City, over the Thursday, 3:15 .PM. special Green St., was married to H. vestment analyst with Metro- 'eckend. Mrs. Novak will attend rs. John Fallet, Mrs. William Woodbridge. (Hanson); two sons, John S., Weight Watchers meet Wednes- s a member of the State Board, Cvans with Mrs. Donald Ruffer, A native of Newark, Mr. Fran- Menlo Park; Kenneth, Edison; a day night at 7:30 P.M. also in religion class for retarded Robert Duboff, son of Mr. and politan Life Insurance Company, lelegates are Mrs. Bernadetle lternate. Department ciy resided here the past 24 daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Mur- children, in Room 109. Mrs. Louis Duboff Brooklyn, Manhattan, graduated cum cierno and Mrs. Rosalie Kin •onvention delegates are Mrs. years. He was employed as a ray, Los Angeles, Calif.; two th« main auditorium. • • . N.Y. laude from Brooklyn College and y and alternates are Mrs iellner and Mrs, John McGann. roofer with Watts Bros., Perth brothers, Carl and John, and Anyon# , ( interested Jn Dr. Alan W. Miller of the So- received his roasters degree atherlne Kadash, Miss Ruth Mrs. George, Schnepf was Amboy, and served with the U. two sisters, Mrs. Hannah Neil- S. Army during the Korean con- son and Mrs. Margit Nkhalson, HefifeU'br Sunday Scnobl'iJ flict. all in Sweden. to call Mrs. Eudica George Be tor oik, Mrs. Helen Hugelmeyer ciety f6r the Advancement of from the University of Pennsyl- :nd Mrs. Marie Schott. Wood ppointed secretary. Committee Judaism in Manhattan, offi- vania's Whartrm School of Fi- iridge Club has submitted en hairmen named by Mrs. Surviving are hij parents, Mr. Rosenblatt at 283-1495. ciated. nance and Commerce. His ries for several awards. Inglert arei Mrs. Zellner, and Mrs. Samuel Franciy. MRS. ROSE COSTELLO David C o n v i s s o r , XJ.S.Y. advisor, announced that the Annonrices The bride was Branded" by father is a vice president of The Metuchen BPW, which membership; Miss Ilene Rabinowitz, her sis- Manufacturers Hanover Trust 'as sponsored recently by the Stewart, Mrs. , Robert historian; M?s. CARTERET — Mrs. Rose E. U.S.Y. Installation Service will ter- Gerald T. Stiliman was bast Company. /oodbridffe Club, will hold its Bnhany, patriotic instructor; FRANK J. STOPKIE Costello, 22 Koster Blvd., Me be held on Friday, May 31st at FORDS — Funeral services tuchen died on Monday at the for Frank J. Stopkie, 83, of 9 John F. Kennedy Hospital, Ed- 8:00 P.M. Honor Roll man. After a trio to Hawaii, the 'barter Night and installation o Mrs. Mrs. Duboff gradurted from couple will reside at 420 E. 55th 'ficers on June 21 at tine Brims ehabilitation and hospital; Mrs. rick inn. Woodbridge C l u b Charles Schuerman, Ryan Street, who died May 9 at ison. Born in Carteret, Mrs. Cos- The next scheduled AVENEL — George J. Betor, Rutgers Prepara'ory School and St., New York City. nembers have received an in- Dorothy Clouatre, v6ite of his home, were held Monday tello was employed at the Vene- congregation board mee.ting will principal of Aveiml Junior High itation to attend. Miss W"-lk democracy and Americanism; morning at the Flynn and Son zia Beauty Supply Co., Perth be held Tuesday, May 28 at 8:30 fho was chairman of the spun- Jrs. Frolich, ways and Means; Funeral Home, 23 Ford Avenue, Amboy. She was a member of P.M. with a requiem Mass at Our St. Paul's Church, Rahway and I School, announced the academic honor roll for the third marking period as follows: Cannella - Nagy Nuptials orirtg committee, will serve as Mrs. Sehnepf, publicity; Mrs. jastmaster at the community service; Lady of Peace Church. held membership in the Ladies' A native of Poland, Mr. Stwp- Auxiliary of VFW Post 2314. kie resided here 48 years and Surviving are her husband, Pickwick Club 7th Grade: Annette Base, Paul Boris, Susan Caporsaso, Donna Performed On Saturday Woodbridge BPW will hold it Mrs. Zellner, flag bearej; 3th installation dinner Thurs anner bearer, Mrs. Schuerman lay, March 23, at Howard John and color bearers, Mrs. Ruffer, was a retired mechanic with Edward J. Costello; one son, Ed- the Fords Foundry. He was a ward W. Costello, at home; two member of the Holy Name So- daughters, Mrs. Patricia Ku- Honors Mothers Catrone, Rosemary Falco, Gary Ginsberg, Michael Helman, COLONIA — S a t u r d a y morning at St. John Vianney on's Chez Pierre, Route 1. T rtrs. Charles Veres, Mri. e < > inducted into office are: Mrs William Evans and Mrs. William ciety of Our Lady of Peace bilis of Fort Dix and Mrs. Lynn WOODBRIDGE — Mother's Anthony Hogrebe, Kathleen Church, Miss Janice Sophie Church. MeKe of Woodbridge; one broth- Day was observed at the Jaeger, JoAnn Krupey, Linda Worship Services ovak, president; Mrs, Actenw, R. Keifridw. irst vice president; Mrs. Kin ley, second vice president; Mrs. Installation of officers will bo Surviving are his widow, He- er, Louis Fezza; three sisters, meeting of Pickwick Club held Landaetta, Suzanne Malone, Nagy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. len (Schultz); two daughters, Mrs. Julia Alban of Carteret, at the home of Mrs. Clyde JoAnn May, Frank Merenda, John Nagy Jr., 80 Harrow Drive, Mrs. Philip Jagodowski and Mrs Mrs. Elizabeth Simons of Nut- Williams, 3 Stiles Street, Deborah Plisko, R e n e e became the bride of Ronald Listed by Church 'orothy Foti, recording secre- held May 25 at the post halL 60 tary; Mrs. Schott, correspon- Park Ave. ding secretary and Mrs. Eileen The ladles won first place Peter Gill, both of Fords; a son ley, Mrs. Helen Bunda of Perth Sewaren, with Mrs. William Reszutek, Deborah .Roman, Cannella, son of Mr. and Mrs. AVENEL—Sunday at the First Salsano, treasurer. Miss Claire trophy for the best performance Bernard S., Hazlet; four grand- Amboy. Kalbhenn as co-hostess. The Terry Lynn Rossi, Thomas Peter Cannella, 51 James Street, Presbyterian Church of Avenel, children; four great-grandcb.il. the Rev. Walter W. Feigner, !utch is dinner chairman; as for marching In the Loyalty Day dren. Funeral services will be con- meeting opened with the reading Ryan, Deborah Saunders, Lori Hopelawn, pastor, will conduct worship ser- sisted by Miss Janet Fofrich, co parade April 28, announced Mr*, ducted art the Bizub Funeral of "A Pledge For Parents" by Semak, Carole Stawlnski, Mrs. Stephen Rysarchyk, vices at 9:30 and 11 a.m. Sun chairman; Miss Irene Onody anc Englert. Home, 54 Wheeler Avenue on Mrs. Alex Toke. Mothers of Monica Strebel, Joseph Votek, sister of the bride, served as Mrs. Aida Breiman. EDWARD J. MARSHALL Thursday at 10 A. M. The Rev. members who were guests were David Watt, Carol Waverczak, day school is held for nursery At the June 6 meeting, a Roar- CARTERET — Edward J. Joseph H. Gauvin will officiate. presented with corsages. Judy West, Deborah Zoba. matron of honor. Miss Peggy through junior high at both ser- Jig Twenties party will be held Senate bars cut in funds for Marshall, 45, of 71 Hudson Interment will be in Cloverleaf Mrs. Heintz, Miss Candace and Miss vices. Senior high meets at 11 a conjunction with the Shell Oi summer Jobs. Williams, program 8th Grade: George Allen. only. Baby and toddler care ii Company which is awarding Street died May 8 at Perth Am- Memorial Park Woodbridge. chairman, distributed year Carol Bamburak, Carol Ann Kathy Nagy, were bridesmaids. available during both services boy General Hospital. He was rizes for the best costumes a resident of Carteret for the MICHAEL KAHORA books and conducted a "brag Brown; Cynthia Byank, Suzanne Serving his brother as best The Senior High Fellowship Members are urged to invite man was Peter Cannella. Ushers last six years and had been em- CARTERET - Michael Ka- hour" for mothers. Each one Cabassa, Patricia Cialino, Diane meets each Sunday at 6:45 p.m (respective members. ployed as a bartender at the hora, of 88 Randolph Street died present was encouraged to, Christofferson, HelSri Davis, were Kenneth Pardee and and on Wednesday at 7 p.m. Gypsy Camp for the last two on May 9 at the Perth Amboy display plc'ures of her children Nancy Deerey, N a n c y Stephen Pysarchyk. Ringbearer Junion High Fellowship, Friday, years. General Hospital. Born in Min- and grandchildren and tell of Derzawiec, Maryanne De Santis, was Jobn Stephen Pysarchyk. 7:30 p.m. terns Sought to Aid Mr. Marshall served in the ersville, Pa., be was a resident their progress. Maureen Donahue, S u s a n Both the bride and bridegroom The deacons will meet Mon Neivark Fire Victims TJ. S. Army in World War II. of Carteret since 1929. He was The June 3 meeting will feature Dritschel, Karen D u c s a k , attended Woodbridga Senior day 8 p.m. in room S. He was a parishioner of Sf formerly associated with the U. a dessert picnic at the home of Michele ISELIN — The Women1: Evanello, L i s a High School. Mrs. Cannella is Registration forms have been A s s o c i a t i o n of Firsi Joseph's R. C. Church. S. Metals Refining Co., and was Mrs. William Wright, 511 Falkenstern, Laura Federico, e m p l o y e d Hazel mailed out for1 fall Sunday resbyterian Church will meel by Surviving are his wife, Mrs. a parishioner of St. Elias Greek Midwood Terrace, Rahway. Deborah Feigner, Judy Ferioli, Nora Cummins Marshall; a son, Catholic Church. His parents, Mrs. John Petrocy and Mrs. F.idney Fernandes, Lucy Fisco, Hairdressers. Iselin, and her school classes. Parents are Tuesday, M.ay 21, 8 p.m.. Seaman 1/c Edward Marshall, Andrew and Pauline Kahora, Toke husband is employed by Pete's asked to fill them out and re Room 6. U. S. Navy; a brother, Richard, predeceased him. will collect t h e Sharon Fry, Sandra Fyke, Joan Atlantic, Woodbridge. turn by May 26. ticket money for the theater Gasper, Diane Gebhardt, Gary Mejnbers will mend clothe of Flushing, N. Y.; four sis Surviving are six brothers, New members of the "66 received in the Clothing Drivi party scheduled for October at Guarino, Stanley Gutowski, Club" are George Bunk, Elaine For World Service. This Sprini the picnic. Robert Hendrickson, Kenneth CHURCH SERVICES Sabados, Wayne Dubin, Joy Lu- ;he clothing is being collects ENJOY GAS H€A T NOW! G. S. Planning Holda. EDISON — Sunday, 9:30 and cas. Jayne Elgort and Lydia for the families who wer> Also, Linda Kolb, Mira 11:00 A.M. at New Dover United Kulcsar have memorized 1 Cor- recently burned out of thei Kostak, Jeffrey K u c b a r , Methodist Church, the, Rev inthian-Chapter 13. homes in Newark. As so man Kathleen Laggner, Lynn Lebeda Donald T. Baggs will deliver his The softball team will play people have lost all thei Winter ran b« * pleasant : if you h i v e completely auto- matic K" heating Vt'liy DOC Court of Awards David Liss, John Lofstrora, sermon on "My Words — Your the Woodbridge Presbyterian belongings, housthold items ar< Beverly Lowery, William Mahr, Mouth." The installation of Church team, Monday, 6:30 p.m. also needed. ISELIN — Nine Junior Girl Frances Marino, W i l l i a m officers for Women's Society o at the Avenel Junior High Packages may ba, left in th< modernize n o w with a Scout Troops of Iselin Area McHale, Joan Miranda, Gail Christian Service will also be School field. On May 22, they front vestibule of tha church. Association, sponsored by St. Moreau, Eileen O'Brien, Eva Held. Coffee hour take place will meet the First Congrega WEIL-flic LAIN Cecelia's PTA, will hold Court of Pease, Karen Pinoci, Stephanie between services in Fellowship tional Church of Woodbridgf annual party to be given at th Awards, Wednesday, May 29 at Porter, Robert Reilly, Susan Hall. Church School for all ages team, 6:30 at the .same field. Gifts will also be tirade for th Belvidere Home for the, GAS BOILER the school, Sutton Street. Rokose, Steven Samansky, is held at 8:30 and 11:00 A.M. HAYDEN TO RETIRE The awards of merit badges Robert Simovich, Barbara with nursery for pre-schoolers at Ninety-year-old Senator Car: CHECK THtSt MATURES and other presentations will be Smith, Susan Staffin, Elizabeth both times. I layden said be plans to retire CUJI iron for long lif« * held at 7 P..M in the individual Stirk, Karen Stitt, Margaret early next year. The Arizona Water-backed, finned flums classrooms, with parents as Democrat has served 57 years For greater heat absorption guests. At 8 P.M., a social will Stuppiello, Dale Swindlahurst, in Congress, longer than any • thorough insulation pr«- held in Lourdes Hall for Kathleen Ternay, S u s a n Thieu signs order extending o>ther man. vanti rmar I o n • com- scouts and parents. The Wardlow, Eileen Weberlist, draft age to 40. pUtely automatic, p r o - Sunburst ^Dancers, featuring Al Mary Ellen Wykretowicz. Now In Our 53rd Year tected controls * easily Fink and his tribal dancers, will 9th Grade: Betty Ann Over Half Century tl»oned • jacket attractive- ly flnithed in blue h a m - entertain. Refreshments will be served. Abratnson, Joseph Aiuto, Lois Battersby, Mitzie lender, MODERNIZE with SIDING Of Personal Service To All Faiths marloid • AGA approved. Troops, and their respective Maryann Camarata, Cynthia nn, uibeiloi or intu- leaders are: 101, Mrs. Walter Clark, Linda Cyr, Karen Throughout Middlesex County i naw colon. Eliminutai EASY TERMS Jurusz and Mrs. Lillian Ziemba; Derzawiec, Carmin Doles* I |wl>> lieepi hou>« coolor AUGUST F. GREINER II, Manager 141, Mrs. Jejry Petti and Mrs Kathy Fyke, Debra Gahr, Joann unmiar — cull fual billl In Mary Koss; 162, Mrs. Jean Gibson, Betty Gugliemetti, Reliable Installations of GAS FIRED BOILERS . . . 381- DiTomasso and Mrs. Jerry Cathy Hofman, Donna Hrabik, Miragliotta; 174, Mrs. Henry George Holt, Sharon Kochik, and Mrs. Margaret Nancy Layne, Janice Lebe,da, HailXat id mi A tull ln*ut(HUB Coverag* Greiner Funeral Home GAS WATER HEATERS . . . 9326 Farley; 186, Mrs. L. .P Siwak Debra LebowiU, and Mrs. J.E. Zipfel; 228, Mrs. Masarik, Gordon M i n c h , Elizabeth For FHtE E»}imul« NO JOB TOO BIO Plumbing of All Types Ann Ten-egino.uud Mrs. Churl* 'KTenzmann; 294, Mrs. Frank Catherine McManus, Dejbra Miller, Marilyn • Muraau, .Janet 353-1700 Cull ColUtt Day, Niyht, Sunduy •r TOO SMAU DIRECTOR August F. Greiner II NICK SCARPITTO Stan.ski, Mrs. John Boyle, Jr., Muha, Karen Plesher,' Jtkkey and Mrs. Michael ModrU'k; 300, Kothman, Margaret Sasso, MICHAEL J. 44 Green St., Woodbridge, ME 4-0264 1738 Eisex Street, Rahway . . . Lie. Matter Plumber Mrs. J.A. Scsta; and 51'J,, Mrs. Cathlt'eu Scale, John liiyson and Mrs. William Sullivan, Sari Tunko, Wmilioil lieinadetlr 645 New Poh Member thumbti ui ( u m m e i n . i Cimklm.
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