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1 %»USlJlC LBRAR OTT^ THE WESTFELD LEADER T*«LenUnf and Mot Wdely Crculated Weekly Naupaper n Unon County Town Councl Meett Tuesday At 8;30 P.M. HGHTY-SBCOND YEAR No. 37 'Rce Bowl 9 Permt Dened Protesters To Agnew Vst t» Board of Educaton has wthdrawn ts permsson for use of Edton Junor Hgh School for S cents a plate "poor people's" rce doner SMuntey wwch WM expected to cttmas ant-war groups' protests to the appearance here of Vce Presdent Spro T. Agnew. The "rce bowl" fare was expected to be served at the tchool located my a few Mock* from the Westfletd Naton* Guard Armory where,300 Republcan Mpporter wll bear Vce Pmdent Ajnow followng a cocktal party and a *250 a plate fuet mcro dnner. Tfce board, wntct orgnally had granted permuon to the WeUeld Unon County SANG organzaton to W> Edaon Saturday evenng, wth' Publshed Btrarr Thuradtr WESTFELD, NEW JERSEY, THURSDAY, APRL 20, 072 ond Clu Fo>U» We.tn.d,T.}. Pt* WHS Elmnates Perod Studes An the rasult of the successful elmnaton of eghth perod study halls at WesUfeld Hgh School, frst perod studes wll be ended at the drew ts permsson yesterday bet feels toll dsclosure for school begnnng Monday when»tuwhkh the buldng was to be uted dents return after sprng vacaton, and the affar's sponsors faled to Students who do have classes durng Perod wll report drectly to accompany the applcaton. A apokaunan for the board sad the ther frst perod class at 8:3S a.m. annt waa revoked "n the best Homeroom wll be elmnated. All lataraat of all ctttens." pupls wll report to second perod A number of resdents have ex- classes at»:ll a.m. and those who pressed ther opposton to the use arrve at school later than».3o a.nt of the school for tn ant - war must report to Offce A. groups' affar. Lsted as sponsors on Both frst and second perods leaflets wdely ckkslrted n the have been extended by three mmarea are a coalton of peace tea wth thrd perod begnnng at groups, students and communty 0:06 am groups and New Jersey SANG head- Students who wsh to arrve early quartered n Montelar. to study are asked to use the park- Members of these organzatons ng lot entrance and go drectly to are expected to pcket the appear- the cafetera; those who want to ance of Vce Presdent Agnew at use the lbrary may use the Doran the Armory Saturday. Rd. entrance. Specal supervsed "Confront the war-maker," reads teacher assstance also wll be me poster wdely dsplayed at Rut- avalable durng the frst perod n fers Unversty n Newark by an Room 935, Spansh; Room 243, undentfed group plannng a pro- French; Room MB, Englsh; and test at 5:30 p.m. at the Westfeld Room 04, 'mathematcs. Armory Saturday. "As the shrap-. flh pellets of Honeywell Corpora-...,>>, ~T~ t«'a* ant-pemoftml guava bombs rp Bte the fla* atjmpfc n JndocMU Aflnew wll address the corporate and poltcal elte (otherwse knows aa the rulng class) at a *W> a plate dnner... to protest ther nterests and nflct on us four more years, of war, poverty, represson, nflaton and msery" reads the statement. ' Protests n Scout Unequal Westfeld Unted Fund allocatons whch provde; more than Westfeld Polce Chef James F. $B per year for each Westfeld Boy Moran sad specal arrangements Scout, and only 48 per Grl Scout are beng prepared for Vce Pree-» ere protested today. dent Agnew's vst by members of mmedate and substantal narha department who wll work wth rowng of'the gap was urged "to Secret Servce personnel and New restore the confdence of contrbu- Jersey State Polce troopers. Spe- to" to the Fund." (Contnued on page 4) The "unexplaned" nequty was uncovered n a sx-month-long nvestgaton by the Unon County chapter Mayor to Speak of the Natonal Organzaton for Women (NOW). At Earth Week "Grl' Scouts last year receved Semnar Tonght $,000 for,42 regstered Grl Scouts," ponted out Mrs. Jean Am- Mayor Donn Snyder and several brose, n her protest to UP Execurther Westfeld offcals wll speak tve Drector Robert Fuller, tonght on "Past, Present and Fu- "Boy Scouts receved $8,000 for hre Problems and Solutons of 979 regstered Scouts;" 'Mrs. Am- Ecologcal Nature for Westfeld," brose heads NOW's educaton com-, He semnar, sponsored by Follu- mttee, whch conducted the study, too - Envronmental Problems "Although the actual dollar ds- (PEP), s scheduled for 8 p.m. n party s offset by the Unon County the westfeld Hgh School audtor-, turn n observance of Earth Week. Counclman Patrck D. Mnogue, head of the sold waste commttee, wll dscuss santaton waste and recyclng. Charles Van Benschoten, town engneer, wll lead a talk on the Westfeld Conservaton Center and Rutlh Hll, recreaton drector, wll talk about prospects for recreaton. Mayor snyder wll address He audence on accomplshments the town has made towards allevatng polluton problems. He also wll speak on how le beleves future ecologcal problems facng Westfeld should be handled. A queston-answer perod, a dsplay on the conservaton center and booths on recyclng and membershp n PEP wll be ncluded. Paper, Glass Collecton Saturday The recyclng center n llc South Ave. ralroad staton purkng lot wll be open from 9 a.m. to p.m. Saturday for the collecton of gluss and papers. The Westfeld Recyclng Center has ncorporated wth Warren C. tordcn of 35 Euglccroft Rd. as presdent, Wnltor T. Jackson of 824 Dorlm Rd., vce presdent; Mrs. Jerry Jurrctt of 94 Woodmcrc Dr., reu»- urcr, and Ocllc Jones of 320 Rnymoml St,, secrolry. Trustees lre ThMHloro S. lelner of.'7 S. Mrk Avc, l''nml( lollso or 5H Downer h. and John H. Ffe of 448 Ollsto Dr. ROBERT E. OHAUS RCHARD E. GRGGS Ohaus, Grggs Named to Key Posts n Westfeld YMCA n a move to buld contnuty whle makng long-range plans for ta future, the Westfeld YMOA board of drectors feesday nujbt named Hs leadershp for the next two yean, Robert E. Ohaus, 58, presdent of Ohaus Scale Corporaton, was voted a thrd term as presdent of the Y board. (Rchard E. Grggs, 34, a certfed lfe underwrter, was elected to the newly-created post of presdent-elect. Elected vce presdents of the board were Albert Danker, Dr. Rchard B. Maxwell Jr., and Lem Roberson. Charles T. Farrow was re-elected secretary and Edmund T. Roberts, treasurer. Sad Ohaus n explanng the namng of the frst presdent-elect: "n 972 our YMCA wll embark on long-rang studes to determne the needs and nterests' of our comrnu- Fundng Unted Fund, whch dstrbuted ts money more equtably between the two groups, NOW objects to the lne of thnkng that permts a per capta allocaton of $8 per Grl Scout and a per capta allocaton of $8 per Boy Scout," the protest asserted. (Contnued on page 4) nty, and how the YMCA can best serve them over the lone term. "Certanly, the characterstc of our tme* whch stands out above all others s the acceleraton of the rate of change, and the need to be open to meet t. Y Drector* and cun beleve plannng for that change s our most mportant responsblty at ths tme." Both the staff and the board wll (Contnued on pa««4) To Sell Used Books Saturday A number of reference books and encyclopedas wll 0 on sale Saturday when Westfeld Memoral Lbrary's sale of used and donated books s hem n the Wateunk room Entry to dren's Department, s from Bread St. The sale opeas at 9 a.m. aad contnues untl s prn., no matter what the weather. The "World Book" encyclopedas, copyrghts 9W and M7. wu be offered, together wth a 966 "nternatonal Encyclopeda," a 966 "Encyclopeda Brtannca" and a on'e-vol. "WoWmark Eneyctopeda," copyrght 960. Mscellaneous reference books to be sold nclude a "Museums Drec- (Contnued on page 4) Fund Offcal Clams NOW Data "naccurate" Representatves of both the Boy Scouts and Grl Scouts have asked to appear before the budget revew commttee of the Unted Fund of Westfeld for the frst tme snce the county Fund was formed n 989, Robert G. Fuller, executve drector of the local Fund sad today, GRL SCOUTS OF CADETTE Troop 697 of Edson Junor Hgh School wtness sgnng of Arbor Day proclamaton n whch Mayer Donn A, Snyder urges ctzens of Weatflcld to partcpate n publc, hstorcal and ndvdual observances of the 00th annversary of Arbor Day. Shown wth Mayor Snyder arc Susan Arthur, Sharon Hcdborg, Robn Lawyer, Robert Plcnlnger and Holly llt-dborg, Plantngs at Elementary Schools To Mark 00th Arbor Day A varety of trees, Hlrubs and julffs wll,bc dcdcntcd at vn'lous schools l'>ldy, Apr. 28, n honor of the 00th unnlvursury of Arbor Day, Locl clomenlry schools luvo obscrvad tlo ovonl for seven yonrs. 'Momha'fl of varous (wrdon elulm wll spol k at he.schools. These wll nclude 'M'.s. Edwurd h, Coffcy ol tho Gordon Club of Wualflcltl nnd cuo'dlnutur o[ llo pruurum, Colun- bus; Mrs. Wltcr J. <Moos, Garden Club of Wcsrcld, Elm St.; Mrs. Wornun A. luonsull. Gardcmrcs, 'Frankln; Joseph Nelson, Men's Gnrdcn Club, Grunt; Mrs. h. J. Me- 'Hnd Jr., Knrclcn (cuu'lmcnl of 'Womm'N Club of Wcslflold,.cfl'cr-.son. Also Mv Hugh Trlljllu, lluko ud lloo, Lncoln; Mrs. A, B, Smull, (Conlluuod oa puge 4) Ths acton follows crtcsm by (NOW (Natonal Organzaton of Women).whch clams nequtes exst n funds allocated to male and female' Scoutng organzatons, "'NOW s naccurate la ts fgures," Mr. Fuller contends, "and ts local educaton commttee s n no poston to analyse the total stuaton as studed by our budget revew commttee." The Fund executve hastened to add that allocatons to each agency are publczed pror to and durng the annual fall campagn, both n news releases on the general campagn, feature stores on ndvdual agences and other campagn lterature. "Munareds of volunteers n each campagn the majorty of whom aro women arc knowledgeable about Unted Fund agancles and ther budget 'requrements and allocatons," Mr. Fuller added, "Eased on budget studes made by (Contnued on page 4) Are You Regstered? Extended perods for regstraton for the June 8 Prmary Electon have been scheduled, hy the Town Clerk's offce. Resdents may regster through Apr. 27. The followng evenng hours for regstraton have been set: Apr. 20, 2-27 nc. from a.m. to p.m. Concert Tomorrow A rock concert ot Wcslflcld Hgh School tomorrow wll beneft Unon Couty'H retarded chldren. To bo bold from 7:4 to :5 p.m. under tll!»[ohorfhl> of llu WcHtflold.luycuu.s, tlo ovent wll fcttru u V'O'OHHOU MM ml.vhtom md lght.slunv. tny bo purchased n udvnncu or at tn tloor, Offcals GOP Pcks Full Slate Oppose Cables At the request of WetfleM offdas, as well n those of other towns affected by a proposal by Publc Servce Electrc and Gaa Co. te erect overhead hgh voltage cables throufh ther muncpaltes, the New Jersey Board of Publc Utltes has been asked by de Unon County freeholders to postpone hearngs and delay fnal acton of the utlty'! request. n a letter Thursday to the Freeholdert, Mayor Donn A. Snyder sad: 'Ths s to urge your consderaton of the followng ponts at you revew the matter of PSEfcG Company, proposed nstallaton of overhead hgh tenson towers for ts Dean^Mdene transmsson system n Unon County. "The Mayor and Town Councl of WesUeld have consdered Publc Servce'* proposal n terms of ta effects on the one-famly resdental area of Westfeld where t would be bult, on tkt/town of Westfeld aa a whole and oa the other affected muncpaltes both wthn and outsde of Unon County. We have unanmously concluded that the Publc Servce proposal s most undesrable n terms of ts effects on the health and safety, the envronment, property values and the conng plan of Westfeld. "Consequently, the Mayor and Town Councl of Westfeld have, by resoluton advsed the Board of Puble (Utlty Commssoners of our opposton to the proposal and to any approval of Publc Servce's petton ( Westfeld Cultural Day May 20 The Westfeld Art Assocaton wll agan sponsor a Westfeld Cultural Day, wth the cooperaton of the WestfeM Recreaton Commsson, May 20 n conjuncton wth the WAA Annual Sdewalk Show n Mndowaskn Park. The art show wll be held on the Broad St sde. Ran date wll be June 3. The audo-vsual events wll be scheduled at the band-stand, n the center of the park, on the same date. Ths WesUeld Cultural Way has also been endorsed by the Mayor's Cultural and Beautfkaton Commsson, chared by H. Emerson Thomas, and the Recreaton Commsson whose drector s Mrs. Ruth Hll. Denzl Bush s presdent of the Art Assocaton. The Westfeld Art Assocaton (Contnued on page 4) For June 6 Prmary DONN A. SNYDER Trnty to Name School Board A specal meetng of the executve board of the Parents Guld of Holy Trnty Hgh School was held Thursday when major changes for the academc year were dscussed and adopted. The school wll open the fall semester n September wth "renewed vgor and an nnovatve program nvolvng a more ntmate partcpaton of parents n determnng and carryng out polces," t was stated. Monsgnor Charles B. Murphy, pastor of Holy Trnty, welcomed the suggestons and cooperaton of the executve board n effectng economes on all levels of operaton. Of partcular sgnfcance s a new reg-. (Contnued on page 4) 9 Resdents Seek Delegate Spots n Democratc Prmary Electon Nne Westfeld resdents were selected to run on delegate slates on the June 6 (Prmary Electon ballot at the Democratc mn-conventon Saturday, Runnng under the hendng of ndvdual Presdental canddates wll be: McGovern, Rchard Samuel and Joan Kennclly; Humphrey, Maran Kesclcnko and alternates Sue Gallagher and Harry Foskey; Wuskle, Jance fred and alternates Else Shlmonls and Patrck Kcaly; and Chsholm, Debra Dcncr, Senator Georgo McGovern attracted the largest number of supporters to Unon County's frst Democratc nln-convcntlon, 3 Fne-Free Days Reman at Lbrary There tro three days left to return overdue books flno-frce at Westfeld Memoral Lbrary, accordng to Mrs. Sylva Johunsen, drector. Ths fne-free week s part of (ho local lbrary's celebraton' of Natonal Llbrm-y Week. Mrs. Johanscn emphaszes that Uo person relumng overdue books need malto no explanaton but may Just cnvc them on tho desk or n tlo book drop at nght, "'llho pont s, we'd lku to have any book belongng to llc lbrary rcuruxl and t surans Unt. Ntloul Lbrary Wcolc n the ld l tmu for mlkng such returns JMMHJC wthout lnen," she wyfl. Tlo flno-froo porlod wtls Saturday ul S n,m, Of tlc approxmately 400 Democrats who turned up at Unon College n Cranford Saturday, more than 235 mot to pck McGovern-commtted delegates to ther party's natonal conventon n Mam n July. From nne n the mornng through late afternoon, partsans for Congrcsswoman Shrley Chsholm, Senator Henry Jackson, Senator Edmund Muskc and Senator Hubert Humphrey as well as McGovern mot n separate caucuses to pck delegate slates that wll appear on the 'New Jersey June prmary ballot under the ndvdual 'banners of tho fve Democratc presdental hope- (Contnued on page 4) ClnMlc Studo ALEXANDER 8. WLLAMS. Classc attldlo DAVD LUEUMN WLLAM STEELE 4 Wn N.J. Scholarshps Fourteen Westfeld students are among the more than 5,000 New Jersey 'hgh school senors who have qualfed lor New Jersey State scholarshp awards of up to $500 a year durng ther college careers. Tl-.^y arc Annette L. Bongarzouc of 54 Mohawk Tr., Norecn Carroll of (l( Kensngton Dr., Jance L. Clark of 077 Lawrence Ave., Ncholas D Sarro of 632 Central Ave., Eugene M. Clark of 33 Park St, Catherne W* of 428 Letox Ave., Rubn G. Hudson of 22 Lvngston St., Barbara A. Hunton of (Contnued on page 4) Westfeld Publc Schools Elementary School Programs Am' PROGHAMS Elm Street Frankln Grant MAY DAY Jefferson McKlnloy Wlson MUSC 'HOGllAMS Lncoln TtunuqKu May 3 7 P.M. Aprl 20 7:S0 P.M. May 0 7:30 P.M. May P.M. Muy 0 P.M. Muy 25 P.M. May 7 P.M. Muy U 7:-5 P.M. May 24 7:45 P.M. Al Holowa, charman at the We«tfeld Town Republcan Commttee, has announced that fve petton wll be fled on the R«pufoUc«n tcket (or Mayor and Councl n the upcomng prmary electon. Mayor Donn A. Soyder, wn to seekng a gecond term, he*d» tht tcket locally wth Alex Wllam* from Ward ; Jay Rochln, Ward ; Davd Luerssen, Ward 3; and Wllam Steele, Ward 4. Durng Mayor Snyder'* term of offce, Westfeld has eem the ntaton of the Conservaton Center and the Youth Servces Councl. Mayor Snyder has also nvolved more and more people n the work of the town through the creaton of varous task fences (.e. parkng and traffc, Weat/eU athletc facltes); many of ther recommendatons have been mplemented by the Town Councl, Addtonally, flood problems are beng nvestgated and the councl s pressng forward n the area of drug atftue. Pror to beng elected Mayor, Snyder was a frst ward counclman and actve n the Westteld Jaycees, Y's Men, charman of the Westfeld Town Republcan Commttee and served as Deacon of the Frst Baptst Church, Wllams, who s charman of the fnance commtttec, s seekng a (Contnued oa page 4) Cleveland Ave. Resdents Protest floodng Polluton Floodng and polluton problems on Cleveland Ave, are beng protested by a dozen resdents of the area, wo clam that a Scotch Plans parkn; lot elmnates normal ranfall run-off and that a glen s "beng turned nto a swamp" when t rans. \rfchur F. Devne of 922 Cteve- md Ave and of hs neghbors are pemonng the Town Councl to CJ attenton to "a deplorable coodtkn that has been steadly worttnng n (le past several yeass," Accordng to the petton: There s a small tract of forest huated on Cleveland Ave., opposlt (Contnued on past 4) Memoral Day, Commttee to Meet Commander Ruth Barrett of the Martn Wallberg Post No. 3, Amercan Legon, has been named charman of the Memoral Day program. The parade wll take place on Monday, May 29. Commander Barrett has called the frst meetng of tle commttee for Monday evenng at 8:30 p.m. at the local Post Home. Trnty Schedules Regstraton Regstraton for frst through 8th grades lor new and present students wll lake place at Holy Trnty Elementary School Apr. 24 through 2(. Students now n the school wll take home forms whch should be flled n and rclurncd. Parents of new students may regster them at any tme between ) and 2 noon and between and 3 p.m. n he sdleol offce. "Our faculty s workng oa a revson of Uo currculum for ho school year whch wll gve moro attenton to personal needs and development," accordng to Sr. Mchael Mare, prncpal. She added: "Tlt; school wll le reorganzed (n a unt or group hasls n place of tlo tradtonal grades one tl'dug' eljlt. n (le new currculum, ndvdual talents untl sklls wll roeclvq more attenton. Students wll be able to p'ogtss more at thuu own ruto md level of capablty," ndex Busness Drectory,, Sec, 3 4 Church News Hoc. 3 6 Edtorals Sec. 3 a Obllmrlcs See. 4 Socll Sec.!t, Spul'ts.,.,,,.,, Sec. 4 4, a Tleutu',, god. 4-4

2 A CHAT WTH atove wekemfatf ftem trp to fhe-wkff*numn.l.> LEAMft, flfcmbay, AMlt», fff EftNDft-CtovenMr WWaM CaUD s ctoel ffth f rafe sltfthu M helr recwtf Cahll Chats Wth Tamaques Students Early ths month, Tamaquet School ffth graders vsted Trenton. (Among the places of nterest they toured were the Old Barrack, tht State Museum and the State House. Students were mpressed wth the antques n the Old Barracks and (he Strng Concert n the State Museum. Two of the ffth graders played and conducted the quartet. The hghlght of the day was when they vsted the State House and Temple to Host Lecture Seres Temple Emanu-El of present "The Jewsh Famly- Help or Hndrance," a Mres of three lectures on Sunday evenngs at 8 p.m. on Apr. 23, 30, and May 7. Dr. Wlbert Syke, psychatrst, wll dscuss the problems of adolescence and college students on Apr. 23 and the problems of marrage on Apr, 30. He s a teachng psychatrst at the Amercan Foundaton of Relgon and Psychatry and medcal drector of the youth resdency center of the Jewsh Chld Care Assocaton. On May 7, Rabb Charles Kroloff wll dscuss 'llness, Death and Mournng.",. At 8 p.m. Monday, May 5, there wll be a roundtable dscusson on the ssues led by Rabb Kroloff and Dr. A. E. Shapro. "WE WATCH WHAT WE EAT - WE EAT AT ARNOLD'S" A quote from our customers. Evwyow says: "Th# Ckanttt Plan n Town* Support the MlfUr-Cory Fund. + RMJfS LUNCH TAKE OUT SBtVC Hmsf Charcoal Broled Food Brng the Kds 0 CENTRAL AVE.; WESTFELD were ntroduced to Governor Wllam Cahll, Senator Francs Me- Dermott and Jack Meeker, legslatve ade to Senator McOemott. Student* saw the Senate n scmdoa and vsted Governor Cahll n hs of nee. The governor spoke to the class about the chldren of New Jersey beng tomorrow's voters. He told them that the "welfare of ths great State shall be n ther hands." 49 Youths Attend NJNC Program Approxmately 40 Westfleld youth vsted the Amercan Museum of Natural Hstory n New York Saturday as part of the Governor's Youth Program of the 5th Squadron, 7th Calvalry, NJNG. Guardsmen accompaned them as gudes. The trp was sponsored as part of a new communty-mnded program at the Westfeld Armory desgned to provde the localty's youth wth a new and dfferent exposure and understandng of the unpmes and hopes of the New Jersey Natonal Guard. The Westfeld Armory s one of several armores n the state partcpatng n the statewde program under the drecton of General Sharp. Mchael Lombard, spokesman for the Westfeld program, expressed the hope that the contnuance of the program would afford the communty wth servce to ts youth aa well as enhance the mage of the Natonal Guard by dsplayng ts socal awareness. The program presently operates at the Westfeld Armory under the command of the new personnel offcer, Leutenant Lska. The program runs compettve sfcorts, swmmng, arts and crafts aa well as feld trps, and also partcpates n the state recreatonal program at Sea Grt every summer, where the Natonal Guard hosts hundreds of New Jersey chldren at the shore. Leprechauns Vst Tamaques Classroom Three leprechauns popped nto Mrs. Cecls Red's specal educaton class at Tamaques School whle the chldren were gvng a gong away party for ther student teacher, Mss Peggy Ann Raftery. Students had learned about leprechauns and were anxous to catch one so that, accordng to rsh folk lore, all ther wshes would be granted. The lttle elves led a merry chase around the classroom shoutng "Ern-go-brae!" The leprechauns, courtesy of the thrd grade class of Mrs. Helene Douress, were Phlp Conturo, Stan ley Hubble and Lnda Thbault. Resdent Vews Apollo Launch Donna van de Sande of Westfeld, a major n marne bology at Florda nsttute of Technology, wtnessed Sunday's Apoll* launch. DescrMtf the moeq Shot, 6he wofte the LeaeW: "Amplfed sounds of 'awe' arse from the m,m spectators of the gant Apollo 6 lft off at 2:54 p.m. "The nght.before the launch was llumnated by the multtude of stars that flled the skes. As one looked across the water he could see the glowng 36 story, 3,000 ton rocket, wth ts many flood lghts, standng tall and strong amongst de stars: "On lookng tap nto the sky, «oe could see the rocket's desgnaton, just a slvery slver stowng snkng n the sky, "By the next mornng every space along the hghway was occuped by a car, traler, camper, or tent. n a stretch of ffty feet there were cars from thrty-seven dfferent states, ncludng some from Brtsh CohmbU, Ontaro, the Bahamas, the Vrgn slands and even one from the Netherlands! And, of course, there were several from New Jersey. "A the spectators awated the launch they took up varous actvtes: frsbees, kte flyng, swmmng, salng, or sleepng. There were even people wahrag around tellng souvenrs. "!A the lft off tme approached, the anxous spectators were hurredly makng last mnute adjustments on ther cameras: At T-mnu 5 seconds everyone started callng out the count down. "Suddenly there was a burst of flame from beneath the rocket and for several seconds the rocket was hdden by a huge cloud of smoke. TlJtn t shot 9 above the smoke wth a stream of fre behnd t. After approxmately a mnute the frst stage shut down, dsembarked, and the second stage gnted, shootng the. remanng stages of Apollo 6 out of one's sght." Donna s a 07 graduate of Westfeld Hgh School SAR Meetng At 8 Tonght Two charter members of the West Felds chapter, Sons of the Amercan Revoluton, Robert T, Messer and Walter Van Hoesen, and nne past presdents wll be among those attendng the 5lst annual meetng of the SAR at 8 p.m. tonght at the Woman's Club of Wesftejjd. SAR members, ther wves^and DAJ members also wll attend." Two young muscans. Mss Martha Mutz and Jonathan Detch, wll perform operatc and gypsy selectons. Guest speaker wll be Byron Stuart, whose topc wll.be "The Frst Amercans the Lenn-Lenape ndans." Frankln Art Show Apr. 26 The Frankln School's Art Show, to be held n the Audtorum on Wednesday, wll be open to parents at 7:30 p.m. t s a comprehensve show of all materals used n class ths year and work of every pupl wll be represented. Demonstraton of projects done n class durng the year wll be gven by Beth Donnelly and Davd Crag of 4-, Anthony Pellcano and Laure Smth of 4-2, Patty deweever and John Evans of 4-3, Loure Jaczko and Chrs Auda of 4-4, Jane Murphy and Curts Troeger of 4-5 and Renee Black and Davd deblass of 4-6. There wll be a short busness meetng of ;the PTA at whch tune nomnatons wll be accepted and votng wll follow. OB. STlGLANO, Cfcstfea Ctttud, Jaefc BPcaaw tm JScfeaage Csafe's frst aaaaal aaa«hs*j frwn mm wtfu 7 *J*. Mar at Etaoa JasOsr flfcfc Edson PTA Elects Slate He annual meetng of the Edson Junor Hgh School PTA was held Wed. evenng when the Grl's Athletc Assocaton presented a gymnastc show. The show, drected by the physcal educaton nstructors, Mss Sally Reynolds and Mrs. Judth Gorsk, featured tumblng, vaultng, balance beam and uneven parallel bar demonstraton*. Mrs. Wllam Mueller, presdent, announced that $400 would be donated to the school for purchase of cassettes flm projector. Mrs. Bruce Ctoughly, charman of the nomnatng commttee presented a alate of offcers for electon for the school year. A letter requestng wthdrawal from the slate from the proposed offce of recordng secretary necesstated a nomnaton from the floor. Mrs. Wllam Rough's name was placed n nomnaton and accepted. On the approval of the membershp present, the secretary pro-tern, Mrs. Stewart Clark, cast the unanmous vote of acceptance for the entre slate as follows; presdent, Mrs. Donald Klages;' vce presdent, Mrs. Saul Harrson; recordng secretary, Mrs. Wllam Rough; correspondng secertary, Mrs. Wllam Bowers; treasurer, Henry Banta. Samuel Soprano, prncpal, expressed hs gratfcaton for the cooperaton of the PTA offcers and board durng the current year. Assstng Mrs. Cloughly on the nomnatng commtte were Mrs. rvng Kuntz, Mrs. Henry Banta, Mrs. Gerald Glasser, Mrs. Thomas Cory, and Mr. Soprano, advsor. t -.-' " - a - Wlson Clauses Vst Museum Thrd grade classes at Wlson. School vsted the Newark Museum on a recent feld trp.. The chldren vewed the plane tarum and the programs on reptles, Afrcan art, ndans, and the 800 House. Students were accompaned by ther teachers, Mrs Maree French. Mrs, Gale Boothe and Mrs. Eleen Grgg, together wth room mothers Mrs. John Solomne, Mrs. Faban McCarthy Sr., Mrs. John W. Patterson, Mrs. C. Burton Kellogg, Mrs. Harold A. Kamnetzky and Mrs, Erne Gannaks. HOMERCA, NC. wll help you ffnd your next home dnywhere n the Unted States WTHOUT CHARGE. ^ OBJECTVES* to help you fnd your next home wth a mnmum of effort, tme and expene. f you plan to move to an unfamlar cty, or just to relocate near your present home, HOMERCA, NC. wll help you fnd the rght house. n the rght neghborhood. n the new area tofee M "Battle" to Ad School Buldng The fltudent Councl «f Roosevelt Junor Hgh School wll be the apon. or of a 'Battle of the Bands" on Frday, Apr. m Proceeds wll go towards purchasng buldng materals for a school n a developng naton through the Peace Corps. putnerstup Proaram. t»>«r» wtth ortrlutkw schools from over.7w J "Battle of the Bands" s the frst n a seres of fund rasng planned. Other projects wll a car wash and a poster sale. - Three rock bands wll be n competton for a $30 cash prw. The wnnng band wll be selected by a panel of students and facutly, A Dxeland band also wll provde entertanment, ne rock bands are Shbone wth Tom Mullen, lead gutar; Marty Lnder, rhythm gutar; Alek KfseHca, bass; and Mke Dermtty, drums; Psychotran, wth (Rchard Bodmer, lead gutar; Jon Ehly, rhythm gutar; Drew DeBlass, drums; and Evans Dtman, organ; Cayuga Lake dxeland band, Pat Mullen, drums; Bde Treut, gutar; Bob Schwarc, pano; and Rob Peterson on the clarnet. The "battle" wu be open to RJHS students only. *,. ~ -t Troxell Heads PS Dvson Clarence G. Troxell of 850 Faracres Ave. has.been named head of the newly created personnel department as general manager-personnel by Publc Servce Electrc and Gas Co Ṁr. Troxell started wth Publc Servce as a cadet engnreer n 946 after graduatng from Yale Unversty wth a bachelor of engneerng degree. He receved a master of scence degree n 955 from Stevens nsttute of Technology. Me subsequently has hek postons of dvson substaton engneer n the Elzabeth dvson and dvson superntendent n New Brunswck Dvson, pror to beng promoted to dvson superntendent n Essex Dvson n 979. Mr, Troxell s a past-prerdent of the West Felds Chapter of the Sons of the Amercan Revoluton. He a member of the Unon County Republcan Commttee and the executve commttee of the Republcan Party of Westfeld. - k CLARENCE G. TROXELL Bakery Robbed 4 About $26 n cash was taken n a break-n Thursday nght at the Colonal Pastry Shop, 407 South Ave., propretor Henry Vegla told polce. \. 4 h ETown Gas Company to Lmt New Home Heatng nstallatons ElaJabethtown Gas today announced that t was placng lmtatons on addtonal resdental gas heatng nstallatons effectve May 5 and untl further notce. Those of ts customer presently heatng ther homes wth natural gas wll not be affected, but customers now heatng wth some other fuel and plannng converson to natural gas come under ths restrcton as well u new homes, accord-! to Henry Refers, the company's executve vce presdent fee lmtaton was blamed by Dhrs an the nausral gas shortage. "We regret havng to mpose ths restrcton but t s necessary do so n order that we can eonue to B m* prasvet needs of our exstng customers," he sad. He natural gas shortage s not lmted to tftfs are* but s a natonde program. "E&abethtown GM dong everythng,wutn ts contl to help allevate the stuaton ts customers. Our sster company, Natonal Exploraton, s ex- _ wng for fat to Texas and Lousana. We wen (te frst New Jersey s utlty to JwUU a lquefed na- al gas (LNG) faclty, and were the frst n the entre naton to nstall a Sun-Therm* unt," he atat-. Both u»u provde supplemental gas at perods of hgh use Arng.JJ cold wnter weather. Rohrs noted that tfoese and other measures are costly and offer only a.partal soluton. "We are workng on (De problem, as s the gas ndustry n general, and wll nform our customers when we are able to agan accept house heatng nstallatons," he sad. A notce drected to Elzabethtown Gas customers read, n part, "As of May S, 073 and untl further notce we wll not be able to accept any addtonal gas heatng nstallatons on our lnes. Equpment must be n place and connected by May 5, 972 to be accepted. Ths lmtaton supersedes any S THS HOUH foft YOU? BEAUTFUL D+V rooms, condtonng, room, and! a > toon Place, Westfeld pror commtments whch may have been made." The company serves 83,000 customers n Unon, Mddlesex, Hunterdon, Sussex, Warren, Morrs and Mercer countes. Chor to Sng At Nursng Home Harry Gunther, organst at Holy Trnty Church has planned a rectal by hs chor of 20 grls from Holy Trnty School, at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Westfeld Convalescent Home on Lambert's Mll Rd. Uv«l baths central rectaton onclotod pato. Must apprecated, Saturday.for her, CLEARANCE SPRNG - SUMMER COATS-RANWEAR OUR FAMOUS LABEL - " N OUR BARN" SPORTSWEAR NOW REDUCED 20% TO 33% OPEN THURSDAY EVENNG UNTL 9 P.M. rt. J'4- t SCOPE: Operaton throughout the Unted State enables Homerca to furnsh you wth detaled nformaton on houses whch ft your requrements even before your frst vst to the new areal REMEMBER: Homerca works only for YOU All of ther efforts research, reports and advce aro exclusvely on behalf of the prospectve buyer. They have no con nee ton wth the seller. t s ther responsblty to guard YOUR nterests. For further detals, please call aur Local representatve, Pearsall and Frankonbach, nc., 5 Elm St., Westfeld, or call us drect. HCKEY-FREEMAN CLOTHES COmfort O mnd DOOy Hdkey-Fneman's mqprb bmd-uoorg don more than endow clothes wth satsfyng comfort and flawless ft. t confers on your appearance an fk of dstncton, taste and qualty. There's nothng fner than the feelng of confdence you get when wearng our metculously hand-talored Hckey-Freeman Clothes. Tha new sutngs n lghter colors and patterns handsomely accent the superor workmanshp that goes nto every Hckey-Freeman garment. Stop n and try on a few of the new arrvals. nqure About John Franks Charg* Plans n 207 E. BROAD ST., WESTFELD OPEN THURSDAY UNTL 9 P.M Broad Westfeld 00 PARK AVf., N.Y.C

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4 John R. Mulreany John R. Mulreany, 82, of 224 Prospect St. ded yusterday mornng at the Westfeld Convalescent Center after a month's llness. He was the father of former Mayor Rohel. Mulreany ol Norgale. Mr. Mulruay, who had been retred from busness for a number of years, also s survved by hs wfe, Mrs. Klfrede J. Mulreany; a daughter, Mrs. James G. McElroy of Summt Ave.; and fve grandchldren. Born n Broeklyn, he lved there untl movng to Westfeld two years ago. He was a member of the Frst Baptst.Church of Westfeld. Pror to hs retrement, he was superntendent of Trnty Bag and Paper Co. wth whom he had been assocated 50 years. He and hs wfe han been marred for 57 years. Funeral servces wll be conducted at 3 o'clock tomorrow at Gray's Funeral Home, 38 East Broad St., by the Rev. Wllam K. Cober, mnster of the Frst Baptst Church. nterment wll be n Farvew Cemetery. n leu of flowers, the famly requests contrbutons to the Memoral Fund of the Frst Baptst Church or the Westfeld Rescue Squad. Ars. MM le Gwathney Funeral servces were conducted Monday afternoon at the Bethel Baptst Church by the pastor, the R«y., Jerome Brown, for M's. Matte Gwathney of 52 West Broad S., who det Frday at the Palmer Nursng Home n Summt. nterment was n Farvew Cemetery. Mrs. Gwathney was born n Westfeld and attended the New Jersey State Normal School, Vrgna Unon Unversty n Rchmond, 'Morgan Slate College n Baltmore, the Unversty of MaryJand, Columba, Unversty and Rutgers Unversty. She taught for 42 years n the Central Consoldated School Dstrct n Bel Are, Md., and retred n 965. She was a member of the Natonal Teachers Assocaton and tjhe Natonal Educaton Assocaton and a lfe member of the Natonal Negro Busness and Professonal Women's Clubs. She s survved by a nephew, Jack Gwathney, and an aunt, Mrs. Lena Jones of Cranford, The Plnton Funeral Home was n charge of arrangements. James R. Dowd James R. Dowd, 66, of 7 Lamberts -Mll. Rd. ded Saturday at home after a long llness. Born n Elzabeth, Mr. Dowd Uv- ' ed 32 years n Westfeld. He retred n 967 as metropoltan area clams manager for the St. Paul Fre and Marne nsurance Co. of New York Cty, where he was employed 35 years. Mr. Dowd then joned Amercan Home Assurance Co. of New York Cty as a clams consultant. He was a communcant of Holy Trnty R.C. Church. Survvng are hs wdow, Mrs. Marjore Alpaugh Dowd; a daughter, Mrs. Marca-Ann Kelly of Westfeld, hs mother, Mrs. Ellen Dowd of Rcselle; and two brothers, Alfred J. of Wayne and Fre Chef Rchard W. Dowd of Roselle. The funeral was held Tuesday at the Dooley Colonal Home, 556 Westfeld Ave. at 9:30 a.m. and at Holy Trnty Church whore at 0 o'clock a funeral mass was offered.wth the Rev. Thomas E. Daly, assstant pastor, as the celebrant. nterment took place n St. Gertrude's Cemetery, Woodbrdge. THE WEfFlCLB (N.J.) LEADEft, OBTUARES Harold E. Walworth Harold E. Walworth, 89, who formerly lved n Westfeld for 50 years, ded Tuesday at the home of 'hs daughter, Mrs. BNonne Andrea of 903 rvng St., South PlanfeW. Born n Brooklyn, he had made h's Jome wth hs daughter for 2 years. He retred 4 years ago after 35 years as a salesman wth the Fuller Brush Co. He was a member of,sl. Paul's Epscopal Church hero. Also survvng are another daughter, Mrs. Ruth W. McGough of Elzabeth; a son, Harold E. Jr. of Rd^e Manor, Fla.; and two grandchldren. Hs wfe, Mrs. Mavy T. WalworLh, ded n ma. Funeral servces wll be conducted nt a.m. tomorrow at Gray's Funeral Home, 38 East Broad St., by the Rev. Canon Hclmrd J. Hardman of St. Paul's Church. nterment wll he n Farvew Cemetery. Frends may call nt Hu funeral s from 2"! and 7-9 p.m. today. STEP WESTFELD: CRANFORDt Mss Cecla Apeseche Mss Cecla S. Apeseche ded suddenly Sunday. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Apeseche of 993 Woodmere Dr.. she was born July 9, 945, n Argentna. Prvate funeral servces were arranged by Gray's Funeral Home, 338 East Broad St. Fund Offcal (Contnued from page ) ether the Unted Way of Unon County, the Unted Fond of Westfeld, or both, we have consstently tred throughout the years to (brng the greatest good to the greatest number of Westfeld resdents at the least cost through the annual Fund campagn," Mr. Fuller sad. "Dsparagng remarks based on naccurate data not only may be damagng, to all of the 3 agences to whom the Unted Fund lends support, but cannot help but dscredt some of the justfable causes whch these crtcal organzatons espouse. " have no way of knowng what NOW would have sad f the fgures on whch t based U protest had ndcated that Grl Scouts were perhaps recevng more than ther brothers," the Unted Fund executve remarked, "but be assured we don't dscrmnate aganst any group or sex." 9 Resdents (Contnued from page ) fuls runnng n New Jersey. The Muske caucus drew 40, Humphrey 35, Chsholm, 5, and Jackaon 6. Voters came from all 2 muncpaltes wthn 'Unon County to choose delegate slates of eght delegates and fve alternates each-- Unon County's allotment Of the state's delegaton of 09 delegates and 63 alternates. 'New Jersey Wll have the eghth largest delaton at the Mam conventon. Although organzed and sponsored by the Democratc County Commttee of Unon County, an mportant factor n the rmn-conventlttt Was the pror pledge of County Charman James Knneally that no offcal slate would be entered by the party n the June prmary thus assurng a truly open prmary for delegate seats. Ths pledge was renterated by Mr. Knneally n hs greetng at the openng sesson of the Cranford conventon. 'Rce fowl' (Contnued from page ) cfc detals were not released by Chef Moran. Flags wll be flown n downtown Westfeld Saturday n homtr of Vce Presdent Agnew's Vst here, although securty reasons have precluded any publc announcement of hs tme or mode of arrval, or the route he and hs party wll take through the town. The flags wll be erected by Morrs Kamler, charman of the flag commttee of the Westfeld Area Chamber of Commerce, aded by members of the Amercan Legon post and Boy Scouts. To Sell Used (Contnued from page ) tory," "Foundaton Drectory," "Mddle Market Drectory/' "Mllon Dollar 'Drectory," "Encyclopeda of Assocatons," "Who's Who of Amercan Women," and a 97 "Thomas' Regster." A nunober of fne copes of Hertage Press classcs and of Lmted Edtons books, all beautfully bound, Avll be for sale, These have been contrbuted to the lbrary and arc n excellent condton. Chldren's books nclude a mscellaneous assortment of pcture books, fcton and non-fcton, dscarded from the chldren's collecton. Protests (Contnued from page ) "Surely the grls and ther paronts must queston the reason for such dscrmnaton by ther own local Fund. "ntervews wth UF offcals, Boy Scout and Grl Scout personnel turned up no one who could suggest a-reason for such a dfference n (ho allocalons of funds to two organzatons whch serve the com- APRt S», lfr muntjr n essentally the same way. "Even more dsturbng," wrote Mrs. Ambrose, "s the fact that no one connected wth ether the town fund or the county fund had any dea of the number of Boy Scouts or Grl Scouts regstered n Westfeld or n Unon County. "Many resdents are under the mpresson that the Unted 'Fund researches ts member agences and allocates ts money on the bass of a carefully worked-out set of crtera but ths s not so n the case of the Scouts (and qute possbly not for any of the varous member agences)," she contnued. n order to mantan "and to some extent restore the confdence of contrbutors to the Unted Fund, NOW made the followng recommendatons:. that the Westfeld Unted fund mmedately and substantally narrow the gap between the allocatons to Grl 6couts and Boy Scouts. 2. That both the town fund and t}te county fund develop some vald crtera by whch to measure the need* of the member agences though these crtera wll vary dependng on the nature of the agency and tt servce to the communty. 5. that the actual dollar allocatons to all organzatons v be publshed more wdely eo contrbutors would have a better Mea how ther money U toeng spent. 'WOW reterates that ths acton was undertaken to ascertan facts and not to pt the fcj> Scouts aganst the Grl Scouts," Mrs. Ambrose emphaszed. "NOW takes no poston on the Scoutng movement." GOP Pcks (Contnued from page V thrd term on the Town Councl. He has been fn actve partcpant on the mayor's study commttee Oh housng for the elderly and also serves on the buldng and town property and publc safety commttees. Rochln, who s seekng a second term, s charman of the admnstratve polcy commttee, s the lason to the (Recreaton Commsson and the drug abuse commttee, and serves on the Youth Gudance Councl, the lcense and the publc works commttees. He also s charman of the admnstraton board of Camp Speers and 'Eljabar. A natve WesUeMer, Lauerssen was apponted by Mayor Snyder to complete John Merkl's unexpred term. He worked on publc works and was the councl lason to the Recreaton Commsson. He s presently the mayor's representatve to the Unon/County Board of Freeholders and s vce presdent of the board of deacons at the Presbyteran Church. ' Steele, a natonal accounts manager for Eaton Paper Co. n New York, has been actve n CYO, Scoutng, PTA and church actvtes. He also was vce presdent of the PttsJeld (Mass.) Jaycees and served on several town commttees whle lvng n PttsHeld. All Westfeld resdents who are not regstered to vote are urged by Molowa to regster n the town Clerk's offce toy Apr. 27. He also asks all voters to support the canddates of ther choce by votng n the June 6 prmary. Ohaus, Grggs (Contnued from page l) be nvolved n the effort. "Staff members wll be attendng conferences and meetngs to broaden ther exposure and thnkng On the Y's future. "n addton, we'll be drawng on the knowledge and judgment of all our board members, who represent dverse backgrounds, professons and expertse. "To nsure that the ncomng presdent wll be nformed on all actvtes, we have acted to make hm an ntegral part of our work ths year, nsurng the smooth passng of the rens n 973." Sad Grggs: "'m lookng forward to the challenge, partcularly n the area of workng wth young people, whch s the man area of my nterest. 'The Y must be crtcally concerned afoout junor hgh age boys, for t s n ths perod that boys begn to formulate a lfestyle, and when the opportunty s greatest to mold them through enlghtened nstructonal programs. We beleve we can help make lfe worthwhle for a lot df boys by workng actvely wth those n ths age bracket." Mr. Ohaus, whose Florham Pnrk corporaton manufactures precson laboratory balances and weghts, has headed the Y snce 970. A former member of the Westfeld [Board of DRECTORS PRED M. CRAY, JR, 'foscjunt and Gunor.! Mnnayur DAVD ). CKAJL Kxoutlvo Vleo-'mslcUnt Vlrcl'rusllet 38 East Broad 5t., Frod H. Gray, Jr., manager Sprngfeld Ave., Wllam A, Doyle, manager Educaton and Recreaton son, he s also a past presdent tf the Unon Rotary Club, and «member of the Echo Lake Country Chb. A graduate of Cornell Unversty, be and hs wfe, Blar, have {our chldren, Deborah, John, James and Thomas. A lfe-tang r**dent of WestfeM, Mr. Grm s employed ll the tab of lfe nsurance, and the taga and mplementaton of employee beneft programs. An alumnus of Dartmouth, he a past presdent of the Tr-County Dartmouth Club, a lfe member of the Mllon Dollar Rwutf Tatote tf the {Natonal Assocaton of Lfe Underwrters, treasurer of the Greater Newark Chapter of the Amercan Socety of Chartered Underwrters, and a member of the North Jersey fotate Councl. He and hs wfe, Lots, hav*t*o daughters, Dewh %M and Blythe. Trnty to (Contnued and ttllttf Mfttodule, tk ponted out that 66.7 per cent or two4tfnda of tte rturtul body were already rtgfferal Mr September Wth a rtftttantal pnfrad actvates dad tuton fee. The Mm system was nsttuted All part of a forwm Unkng opera* tfohll ptan durng tttlkft tuton wll Hot be ncreased, ft Was a radcal danke, he emphftutt, from prevous yeam when adty ft nomnal regstraton fee was requred. A notable nnovnum wu be the estammtthg of a fcfebol Board for hgh school affars. t was left to the decson of the pastor to effect an mmedate mplementaton of a recent recommendaton of the Newark Archdtocesan Board of Educaton and of the ArcJhdocesan l#cr» htendent of schools that sttafe a board be establshed. The' new board wll be actvely nvolved n polcy makng, fnances, and regulatons. Members of the board wll be announced wthn the week. Another major change Wtt nvolve the executve board more ttmmately n the bllng and bbtfcc ton of tuton mones. The. board wll assume sgnfcantly ncreased responsblty for rasng money to augment tuton funds n the ttfthcomng budget. A spokesman tor the board pledged to releve, to a ma)9r degree, the burden of szeable defctes whch have been absorbed by the persh n the past. Sster Mercedta, -prncpal, ndcated there wll be cumcttfum and faculty changes, but these lutve flat been formalzed. Specal attenton wu be gven fc» athletc Actvtes and student clubs and publcatons wll be reorgansed. Sster Marcedtta emphassed that the" school'! posture wll "defntely not datsjev' Holy Trnty Hgh School wtu flhr phasze a strong college preparatory program exclusvely, fc prncpal ponted but that shee 99 percent of Trnty graduates fo on to college, t would be "a dsservce to do otherwse." The prncpal and the pastor pledged to the parents that Holy Matty wll contnue to gve wtness to ts fundamental charmer n whch the "centralty of Chrst s the key to ts academc, relgous and socal lfe." Offcals Oppose (Contnued from page ) by that board, n that such approval would provde Publc Servce relef from the requrements of all local zonng ordnances and regulatons. We have 'requested and receved, along wth the other affected muncpaltes, the provson by the Board of Publc Utlty Commssoners, of addtonal hearng dates fdr the presentaton of opposng argu ments by the Town of Westfeld and other affected muncpaltes. "Westfeld s beng actvely represented by our Town Attorney n the ongong hearngs beng conducted by the Board of Publc Utlty Commssoners and n the cross-examnaton of Publc Servce's wtnesses. "We are actvely partcpatng n the exploraton, wth the other affected muncpaltes, of jont efforts to effectvely develop and present the case n opposton to the Publc Servce proposal before the board, "A large number of Westfeld ct zens are actvely partcpatng n the efforts of NOW (No Overhead Wres) to oppose the constructon of the proposed overhead hgh tenson wres. NOW s brngng together, at the ctzen level, the opposton effort from the varous afefcted munc palltes. Addtonally, we are n recept of a 'petton contanng the sgnatures of some,200 Westfeld ctzens opposng the Publc Servce, proposal. Many of these same ctzens are ndvdually regsterng ther support of tho two blls recently n traduced by As.somblyman Garbald and Senator Rlnaldo n the New Jersey Legslature whch would prohbt such constructon, "As Mayor of Wuslflold, J have come to vew tho Publle Sorvlco proposal as much more than a Westfeld neghborhood tfrttllbh or even.- a town-wde* problem, but one n whch tlo nuksnblo dfocu notod nbovo wll mpnul n vory broad woa ot Unon County md the other countes through.whch tho uroposud ovurhul trjmnnlflh!on HM would run. have concluded, n vlow of l.ho ronl need for Pul> lc Servco to mkmonl U ronamlsslon jld dla rlbullon L'n'nnbllty, that the only VNG Klftfa. /charman of!*<** Jr. Ht*fc lefcm, orkttla w*ttfk«te f, Mttmeattl ttmtte dteeetet,! B*+*r, rcaotter. Mrs. Wllam Nollow Edson Parents Honor ScMosberg A certfcate of apprecaton has eea tftttenteo to Theodore K. by the nstrumental»r«ms of Thomas A. Edkson Jtltfh School n.westfeld, where dtolsberg u nstrumental musc drector. ' smon.,te vaa-afrarm a letter, "wfech he ha* earttd wth honor and dstnct** through the txcellent tranng oc our tuand development of our ut^trumenul rtusc program/' accordng to Mrs. rvng rman of MP. who made answer s underground constructon of the lne. We plan to reman force* futly engaged tl cooperatve efforts wth tte oth«r affected muncpatlm «chevfe ths objectve, " Urge that the UttOtt County BoaM of Chose* Freeholders coh< Ader strongly Wettfeftd'fc oppoetat, along Wth the owoshldn of other munwpaltea affected n Unon Cultural Day (Contnued from oaga ) atoo wll hold ts thrd annual teenart show, open to att Westfeld young people 3-8 years old, W.A.A. Junor members, and teen chldren of W.A.A. members. Ths event wll be held n the Wateunk Room of the Muncpal BWg., a.m. to 5 p.tn*. also tto May 0. The Recreaton OommaaJon's annual show n the wawmt Mbn on Frday, Stay 9. provmttg h ral two day cultural event for Westfeld,youth. All Senor and Junor hgh acfebols n Westfeld and all youth groups have receved specal entry forma. PTA or parent groups are requested to entourage partcpaton, ftjfabohs, przes and certfcates of partcpaton wll be awarded 4-fn.N.J. (Contnued from pose ) 404 Boulevard, Carol L. Jackson of 45 Cuttbfefland St:, Lorrane M. Kolbas of S4S Doran Rd., Roberta' C. May of 9 Marlon Ave,, Nandy McKAttl rf JMf Westfeld Ave./ Jane E. Moloczndk of 68 Summt Ave. and Gregory E. Morrson of 207 North Scotch Plans Ave, One ertudent from Mountansde, Glenn Wlks c* 356 Wood Valley Rd.» also s a scholarshp recpent. Cleveland Ave. (Contnued from page l) the houses numbered 922 and 926, that belongs to the Town of Westfeld; the glen also contans a small stream whch goes underground at (he edge of Cleveland Ave, opposte 922. ^Orgnally ths stand of trees was approxmately double the present sze, but the Town of Scotch Plans allowed ther half to be destroyed and used for commercal buldng. Mow the ScoWh Plans area has a large parkng tot The result s a destructon of the normal ranfall run-off causng the stream to overflow durng even a moderate ran atd engulfng the forest n water hree to four ndes deep, the latter because the water from the park- ng lot has been pped nto Ue foreat. t mght bo noted also that the ppe nto tho forest from Slotch Plans s a larger ppe than the runoff ppe gong underground at Cleveland Ave, Any really heavy ranfall, especally dutflng a concentrated wet season causes tto forest overflow to run down the avenue, and numerous basoments are beng flooded by the overflow of t h o stream whch cannot carry off tho excess. The water tnfole \n the area Ls just a few nches under tho ground, nnd ths nonnully drans nto the tftrentn, hut when tho water»vh Ylteh m mm nr) off, tlhero lt no pluce for the water to go but to set ]) nto hnnwutta vl'm llrough tho fomulntwns. "Honuv* hnv* never hml ths problem untl tho t'colo^lal olungo was wrought. However, durng tho pnst two yours tlcro hn» boon aocpago am nclal floodng n flovernl of Uo homoo n ho flroa, "Wlnt wns onoo u doll^hlful syl- the presentatons at the concluson W the WHal sprng concert Thun dsy evenng. Mrs. KUhtz, tttotntf from the c«r Uflcate futed tat t was an ettpr* on of trtttuovto Mf. SchWssfg 'H recognton of hs feenerottl ftttd tntrlnl efforts 5 bewf of ttrtrtttowntal musc elucatlou. Hs «ttoutlasm md snce** Mrest has best) ft constant and Mttung tnsjjlrttlon to ht students, ther p«r«ba, and ht «Uleagues." : fr. flchlosbtrg s also dfwfcr ot the PlanfeW School of Musc. van glade s now beng turned nto a, swamp every tme there U a ntevy ranfam. "The Tow* ftqtftterfcg De**Hrfent has ol ttuhterm occason* of sle helped to clear the stream of tfsbrs at the pont wtow t enters We underground ppe. Mr O'Bren of the EngtneeHng Department vsts the st* on Marth * and g*v«hs assurahte that the tream wouw be cleaned out. bot ttdy at the pdtot where t nters the p*pe, but all the way back, the upper reaches <*ths stream are badly clogged wth debrs, both natural and man-rtafc, and posstoly somewhat polloted. Certanly there s a health mehsjce exstent unless strngent measuro are taken toward mosquto control. The fore.* ts&f should also be cleaned out, snce n a dry season a fre hazard wll exst. "To stun up: some measure* must be taken to dvert some of tt»e water so that floodng does not blebme mmnent durng even moderate storms, and the stream must be cleaned out for the length of ts run n Westfeld at regular ntervals," PlantngS (Contnued from page ) Garden Club of Westfeld, MbKnley; Mrs. AUtert Roche, Garden Club of, TamaQues; (Mrs. Robert Koler, Club of Lttle Gardens, Washngton; and Mrs. Carl Wnanf, Mountansde Garden Club, Wlson. All programs are scheduled for «:30 am. Plantngs selected for each school are: Elm St., rhododendron; Frankln, rhododendron; Wlson, whte tlarbunda; Washngton, Kwanzan; Grant, dogwood; Columbus, geranums; Jefferson, flowerng tree; Tamaquea, crabapple; Lncoln, evergreen; and McKnley, pne tree. n a proclamaton, Mayor Donn A. Snyder has declared: "WHEREAS, the legslature of the State of New Jersey has adopted an act desgnatng Arbor Day and by that act has desgnated the last Frday n Aprl as Arbor Day; and, 'WHEREAS, t s the purpose of the desgnaton of ths day throughout the naton to encourage the plantlag of tm* and shrubs, to encourage conservaton of natve plant materal; to foster the educaton of our young people n the ways of and conservaton; and, the elementary grades of the publc school system of Westfeld cooperate n havng exercwes pertanng to Arbor Day and plantng trees on the school grounds, whch are gfts of the members of the varous Garden Clubs of Westfeldn, : ' WHEROA through the cooperaton of nttnfttod resdents of ths Town of WeetfeW wth the Axtoor Day coouttttee memoral plantngs are ms4le m varous areas of our Town Met "WlMlBAS. the benefcal offecu <sf tree plantngs wll enrch our t**m, and we can pass on an enduhng herrtge to succeedng gentratonft;, s# "WHEHE2AS, the Grl Scouts ol ths area, Washngton Rock Councl, as part of ther preparaton for observances of out naton's 300th brth- day are workng extensvely on a Conservaton Badge, whch nvolves communty tree plantng; and "WHEREAS, Troop No. 607 of the Grl Scouts are partcpatng n ths observance by plantng of junper trees along the wall of the Revolutonary Cemetery on Mountan Ave. n Westfeld; and "WHEREAS, ths s the 00th annversary of Amor Day celebraton, "NOW, THEREFORE., Donn A. Snyder, Mayor do hereby proclam Frday, Apr. 28, as Arbor Day n the Town of Westfeld, and urge everyone to observe ths day by the plantng of one or more trees cuk uy partcpatng n the programs that the Arbor Day Commttee may provde." To Dscuss mage Of Women n Press Evelyn Kpness, general newa reporter on the Daly Journal wu dscuss "The mage of the Woman AS Projected n The Meda" at the monthly meetng of the Women's Poltcal Caucus of Unon County At p.m. Saturday afternoon, at the Suburban Trust Co., Park Ave. and att Second St., Scotch Plans.. Mss Xpness has been on the staff of the Journal for the past four years. n her presentaton to the Womeo'^aueu the wll «t*au affrmatve acton. Mrs. Rae Slverman, lnden real* tor, who heads the froup, has extended a cordal nvtaton to all women, from hgh school age on afe of all poltcal persuasons, who rah to partcpate n the poltcal sphere and work for ssues of partcular concern to women, to attetf tat ff, 22 meetng. She announced that a coffee hour wll precede the busness meetng, at whch Mks Kpness wll be the featured speaker. The coffee hour wll begn at p.m. MEAT SPECALS Brsket Pot Roast macto Smoked Tongues ftttotn Voal Stocks fttfth Cut Chcken Legs Green Cabbage Pforda Juct Orangts PRODUCE 743 MOUNTAN AVE. SPRNGFELD $.09 b. 95c $.09 b. MR ATS 45c b. 9c b. 69c do. 0,000 TREES, SHRUBS ANDE Hemlock, 6 to 8 ft. Taxus Yews, 5 to 6 ft. Whte ClUmfr Brch, 3 to 4 Clomps, 0 to 2 ft. Weepng Cherry and Flowerng Cherry, 0 to 2 ft. Douglas Frs, Whte Pnes, 6 to 8 ft. Azaleas, Rhododendrons, 3 to 4 ft. AND MANY MORE! Most all are B & B Drum Laced 5; ft POTTED PATENT ROSES Over 50 Varetes, Values to $5.00 ea.specal 5 for $0.00 GARDEN SUPPLES 5-0-5,50 lbs. $ 29 # Granulated Lme, 50 lbs. 3 for $.00 Peat Moss, Large 6 co. ft. Bale, Reg. $5.45 SALE $3.99 Marble Chps, 50 b. Bag 89c Calforna Redwood Pne Bark, Large Nuggets Reg $4.50 Bag SALE $2.89 Scoffs Fertlzers and Seed On Sale Agrco For A Greener Lawn Moron Blue Sod ALL NEEDS TO FEED AND TREAT YOUR LAWN COLLEGE HEGHTS GARDEN CENTER 707 SAMPTON AVE., SO. PLANFELD, N. j. DRVE AND SAVE MORE THAN HALF

5 * " RECEVNG PN FOE FVB ke KM** tf cferty tf rtgfct *re; Mto. Caarn lufctaty* Cmrm ttatft*. uft ft* Mf. t. J. Mw, A, J. aaght «Mw, tttffcm a**, al*» fly* MMftg *fc«the tfefcut wn token wtft Mra. to, K> tfc XWMp»;fcb»We y w»l» fret* Concert Ass'n. Opens Headquarters Campagn hm*juart«rj lor the Comnttty Conokt* Drve wu open Monday, at Applance Btdro, us Ea* Broad accordng to Mrs. DoOald Way, membershp campagn charman, The headquarter*. wll be obon. from 9 to 4 daly except for Saturday when H wll dom at 2 tuton Auster's wll serve as the central tfftce for campalfa worken. The followng people are current' f workng on manterthp. rtntm all as well as seekng ae# roemttt tar he Assodkoa James Adar, John Allen, AV. An dersot, R H. Anderson, QMMRSB E. Artfter, Leland K. Bench, Alce Beatty, Donald R. Belt**, Earl Aeleher, WltVam B*rt, Robert Boy er, Peter Branton, Wllam Cant. B. Cassdy, Worth D. C«6fe,C. Ward Crampon, Donald Crosby, Peter Culwr, Ptrct De Grosa, B. Detrch, John J. Donofeue, E. E. F«terc, John J. Feeley Jr., Lawrence Ford, Flemng Glles- Achard C- Grggs, George Gross, George Grow, Ralph Hall, CharJes Hans, H. L. Harrel, J. C. Ha slam, Don J. Ho and Charles E. Holder. Also Mesdames K. Elzabeth n gals, S. J. psen, M. Louse Jewett, Davd A. Krk wood, John B. Kuttler, Stanley J. Lefer, E. B. Mayor, Jr., E. F. McBrde, H D. Merrll, Rchard S. Mlter, K. Robert Moyse, Jcfeh Newsomc, Jr., J. M Otthtucfaamy, R. M L. Pat- not, W. ffeu Perce, Arthur Petyfc, W«ftM PrebmU, B L. KeMer, 0M ftfer, G.Rsch, Mm SaUnd, R.W. ftodensn,' Joseph. Scbembre, Walter SckesWer, Hssvy 0 tehne- *r, John Scott, Hertmt M Stork, Kenneth Strker, D. F. &veet P Warrsn wec«t. A. Tce, Geotfe J T»eaes t Marg«t VaUntn*. Frederck D. Walters, Donsld D. Way, tt*rhet E. Wtutafcer, and J. L. Whttford. M v a Prfot s also on ths catn^mugh commttee., Atthe^canvalgn hea&arters a staff Wll be on duty to assst workers and to answer calls requestng nformaton about the concert seres'. M tetepltfhe number s TO- Ml. ndvduals nterested n jonng, who have not been contacted by. a campagn worker may call ths, number or vst the headquarter*! at Auster's: Of specal appeal to the youth»u be Stephane Chase, M-rear-okl volnst. She has fretf talent and s, nomentaly,. encouraged by her pet parakeet that say "Practce! Stupd' Other concerts n the lfftt-73 season wll feature cellst Zara Nrsova and panst Grant Johanneseh n a Jont concert; Frances Bble, meno-soprano; and VM Afettcunt Orchestra of Mlan conducted by Bruno MartnoU. THfe tvelt LST was very Mpresslv* at * %mm*h beft n Mrs. EleaMr WasUce' ffth grade class s4 WasUNgt** ctest U Mtustn- rat* tte m4r$rw4r*r* «f be 3 arlgteal nlswln. Asmm»Wt«arrlrlug la esleaal *ess mrm Hnmmt AASM^S <Krrfa BcUrw). Jslu HM»* neh (Mlcswel Ma ny), AUgsl Asfestt (Mary Wrs«art). fubf PUcher (Sttsan tarragfcer), MSM MASMB tk^ht W* rjrt), *** Washngton Students Ho«t, After studyng the Revolutonary War perod, ffth grade students of Mrs. Eleanor Wallace at Washngton School prepared a banquet. nvted tfueats (portrayed by students) were characters out of the perod. 'Each gueft appeared n authentc costume. When ntroduced, he ndented an autobography of Ms lfe. ; Students made the decoratons whch conssted of flags of the 3 orgnal colones, colorful place mats -and place cards, A commttee provded refreshments complete wth corn muffns and punch. FX-UP. MNT-UP. MODERNZE mm A LNCOLN Home ement HndftJeffPTA. At the Jefferson School PTA meetng last toee*. the followng offcers for the year were elected: Presdent, Mrs, Lous Carrocca; frst vce-presdent, Mrs. Frank Cardlo; second vce-presdent, Geerge Ackertnan; recordng secretary, Mrs, Edward <P. Ellott; correspondng secretary, Mrs. Wllam Noonan; and treasurer, Thomas Sullvan. After a short meetng, Mrs. Wllam Bolfler, vce charman of the CUsens ttee to Preserve the Mller-Cory House, gave D talk on Westfleld s frst <tes*nat«d hstorc ftte-~tfce Mller-Cory House. Delve nto Sea fr VtMVttUl Amateur Astronomer*, nc., Wll dvert ts attenton from the stars and drect t toward the earth, another astronomcal thjfot, at ts [Aprl meetng whch wll focus on deep sea research, t was announced by Anthony Paone of W*stfed, publc relatons drector of AA. *n*e p.m. meetng wll te held tomorrow Vettng, lt th* Osfltpus Center theatre on the Cranttrd Campos of Unon Cdlefe. Davd kenyofl, M «M f wttk Unon Carbde Co.; wul l tfred speaker. H» 4»o» #oean dvng wll oentsr so tht lenu <d aquamuu stsaunpg the lade of okjrm $M trsmts4su water pressure wlstpff st the 4sVttM now beng rssssn^ad. Mr. Keny* wul frmtr** hk se* ture wth sudes «f Sfrav msctsntoal ovvtcvs (ht have kma sstgft to cornfct these M*Mm Mr. Paohe expuned thm researd nto tnehsds «f operatng n ss«oe and n the ocean defetn are pro*rhng smuttaneesly spee the survval problems nvolved bav» certan cwnnwn eleme&u. Beth tbvronhbts are hostle And requre the provuh» of a sdphlsuwtm WMUPpert system. Just as the Mtnkwut must operate under condtons vttot* there s less okygen than n the best vacuum that csn be produced on earth, so also the aqusaut requres smlar protecton. Mr. Kenyon, who receved «bachelor's degree n mochsncsl engneerng from frensseuer ftrytechnc 'nsttute, Troy, N.V-., k Mnplsyed n the deportment of deep ocean research at <Unkm Carbde, where he s nvolved prmarly wrtb problems connected wth lurnshul lfesustanng oxygen for bfsathng and provklog approprate mxtures of gases to overcome the physjotoglcel effects of decomprepslofs after each dve. Amateur Astronomer*; nc.. operates the Wllam fller Sperry Observatory, located bo the Craftford Campus of Jnlon Couoge, jontly wth the college, lfce frojup conducts weekly vewng sessons and ha? been nstrdmental n developng educatonal p'rogratt* for New -Jersey resdents. The publc s nvted 0 attend Mr. Kenyon'js lecture, sad Mr. Paone. Admsson s free. Plans Orentaton J Safe Plot" Honor* Presdent A. Rufus Applegartfr of the Natonal Plate Assocaton has presented to Stanley J. Lefer of AMML t Page S hours or more as ptot-n-command "wchout major accdent nvolvng damage to property or njury lo person." Letter, wcwse plot career began 446 Beechwood P., NPA's n 87, accumulated a total of 620 award, the Safe Plot Certfcate accdent-free hours to qualfy for granted to ts members by the naton's largest non-proft plot organzaton n recognton of skll and flyng afcatty represented by 500 the coveted NPA recognton. He currently owns and fles a twn- Pper The Cusne The Staff The Hosptalty T'S THE LOAM THAT'S MADE TO YOUR SPECFCATONS... Decde how much money you'll need to repar, repant, fx-up or enlarge your home. Then vst dry offce of Lncoln Federal to arrange a convenent Home Modernzaton Loan. You can borrow for 4 both labor costs and materals. Lncoln Federal wll fnance almost any Outsde or nsde home'mprovement project. WltTFBLD Broad at PrcapUCfc STOP HAPPY TO SERVE YOU CHtbK VOUR HOME NEEDS Ftembdel Ktchen Hemodel Bathroom D Fnsh Attc D fantng... G Decoratng Fteraofng D Screen's Garage D drveway Plumbng Wrng.. O Landscapng (H Awnng rtesdng \A/aterHdater Other Needs s CO EDERAL 5A V/NG PUMWLO 27 Park Avenue SCOTCH PLANS Park Avenue Tho FrM baptst Chrch Nursery School. announces an orentaton meetng lor the mothers of fall students on May J6 at :90 p.m. n the lades parlor of the church bulldlhtf. Mrs. Rchard flchutte, toad te*cber and the n*w drector of the school, wll ntroduce the teacbtrs lor next year's seskon. Ah explanaton of the phlosophy of the school wll be presented emphaszng the ndvdual chw's needs. Health requracnehts wll be explaned and the- daly schedule wll be dscussed, A tour of the classrooms wll dose the meetng., Ah accredted nursery school functonng under the authorty ot the N.J. Department of EducaUon,; t s modeled altar a cooperatve 'Mbobl; the mothers assst approdraatey 6ftCe a month n the (!tu^ whch meet both three and fve mornngs a week from S to :30 a.m. Regstraton for the UM term s beng taken through the church offce. Chldren who have reached ether ther thrd or fourth brthday [>y Dec. are elgble. Anyone- desrng furher nform a on Wll be wdcofe at ths meetng. Resdent Ads ' ' ' " May Semnar De New Jersey ' Conservatve -. ' *, Unon wll sponsor a communcatons semnar on Saturday, S^ay 6, at the Clark Amercan Leson Post Rooms #32B> 78.Westfeld Ave., Cark. Members of patrotc and veterans organzatons are among groups that are beng nvted to attend the program, ntended to atttat-partcpants n gettng messages of ther programs across to the publc effectvely. ndvduals not afflated wth organzatons wll be able to attend also. The program wll begn wth a box luncheon at 2:30 p.m., to be followed by an address by newspaper executve. Workshlps n seven areas of communcatons wll begu at 2:30 p.m. and wll be conducted by pro* lesslonalfl n cact feld. Each partcpant wll be ablo to regster tor one.workshop. Topcs wll nclude preparaton of news releases; publcaton of newsletters; sottng Up of Speakers Bureaus; preparaton orf brochure* nnd other promotonal materals; utlsaton of rado and televson; wrtng effectve "letters to the edtor"; and detcrtlng and cop- ng wth bas n nows. Regstratons for the progrnm nre beng taken by Dr. ltelnz P. Maokensol, NJCU clmlnnon, Box 06, Hflckonanck, or Mrs. Cnthorluo Portnnn, NJOU vce chft l nwn nnd communlcnllons clulrcun, UO Elln St., 'Dluorllckl. M-H. Julu Wnchto' of tkjo Clurk St., Wo«tfl*W, drector of m rtjou Sponkers Bureau, wll dfrfttt 0 workshop (foalng wth settng ur a Sp&ukors flurwu, ','?; ).$. ROUTE 22 HOUSE Motttr Famly MOUNTANSDE, N.J RESERVATONS ( PRVATE PARTES LUNCHEON* COCKTALS DNNER Pano fnlb/fajnm*nt, Eyenfgs.Monday thru Saturday FOR BOYS FOR FOR GRLS Make an appontment wth Warren at 233- and one hour of your tme wll satsfy all your campng requrements. We have the clothng, unforms, emblems, accessores, and plenty of experence n outfttng campers.. MOAD ST. WESTFELD AD 30 OPEN THURSDAY NGHTS 'TL 9

6 THE WEJTftELD (NX) LEAPM HAL f STAT Ml SAl AMUL M, Wt HAL STATf KM AU HAL ESTAT HM SAU HAL STAT FOt SAU NFRA ClOOO tl Yes, ndeed, we really are on CJOUD 9 whenever there s a partcularly wde selecton of temptng l«unga n the market... and that's just what we have now. Ho whether you prefer large, small or medum.., Colonal, splt, ranch. Cape Cod or Vctoran,.. whether the preferred prce range ff $35,000 or $200,000,..(to let UB tell you what we have to As a begnnng:, menton,.. WYCHWOOD wo would "Whle brchen and a wde lot frame tlls pcturesque home. The frst flour Han lvng room wth flrcplnre, famly dllnff room, janelled Aon ana u ktthen wth new Applances; There nro 3 poorl bedroom** on the second floor, (one wll take n Kng sze bed). Hflnemcnt wth playroom am n freplace too! Cull us to nspect. THE OWNERS SAY We asked these Mountansde owners to loll us why they lked ther home so much that they arc* reluctant to cavft ft, now that A transfer eljfl them. So, thuy eavo us these 5 reasons:. Excellent Schools \ Quet; sffe for chldren a«avoochsd urea away from congeston 4, Kuay access to ar and ral transportaton., 6. Adjacent to Watchung Reservaton "When can you BCC t? Do call us! The prce?... J79,a00. WESTFELD $39,900 You'll want to BCC ths newly l«td(, 3 bedroom home. Separate dnng room. Older and very comfortublc. T HAS SO MUCH! "We scarcely know where to bc- Kl HO we'll stnrt by tellng you the prce.. $Gl>.500. And worth t! A a-levcl wth 3 buthn uncl *l bedroorm plus tn cxtm room for wtudy, <len, or bedroom, Rec room of course. Am the lot... Just rght for chldren and grownup** who love the outdoors A beautful area of Scotch Plans wth a bt of elevaton. YOU CHOOSE Yes, you can pck tho colors for the decoratons for thla brand now Weatfleld Colonal wth part atone front, 4 bedrooms 2 baths* 2 cur guruee- $(!0,QO0, - 45' FRONTAGE - TREES, TOO t's n WcBtflcld. t rumbles prettly. The <len tlmt opens* uff He lvng room la a most tlef^htftl feutupp. There nro bedrooms, 2 blthe. Hotter sec t! $U!,300. BUSNESS PROPERTY Very desrable. Umsunlly attractve wth offces und one upftrlmcnt. Cxceptoml onpor. tnnlty to own your own occleo unl have an nuomu, tool NANCY F. REYNOLDS ASSOCATES, NC. 302 East Broad Street Weff led, N. J Nancy F. Reynolds Olcja Graf Mare Elcte Joan Thomas Alce Ffe Mytlo Jertklns Carol Mo mot Mrmltrr Pant unt MH M l lutn-my llflochm "HWJ (JAWl* HMVUU" PEAtSAU AND FRANKENBACH OW HffttTH YUt M«ltl»4c F»r ROMBftlCA. Tfc» USTD TODAY OMOEOUS MCK-AND-HUM N TONHNO JU" $7f,f00 m* «lw»>» «o vmtr v M y Ntal»talM*4 r afrt nlr «u«4l(l«a-!«,.. Httnlvat Vamr WB bedroom* three UlrJ hath* tled oht room.. > Cm wtohr lt»tf burn nn; flrr»lacr H the Unte llvln* mom (ftth flr«htarter «*«p r««m... Hlt modrrn kltvhrh wth tmmf N H*e for th» nhnlr fttmfly <l on Mr oven nlh rntl«ht-rlr. 4uuwnk\, etc,),,,!hm>' ArMlntbl^ rxtrfm... The brttrr tha % nrr«plut n r«plctv wth m»* arrldmohh tret* hrafc (»!!»: fl*w*r- MK cmaun*f rhtrry) bran <.. W*»««<»( NH early ral thl» racl- ANOTHER NEW LSTNG (FRST TME AD) $39,900 n <Mr r» >t!tr o nce bel* My; JlnlfC room u n the tltch+n Famly t ml flnmfr Nreb *.. Attnvltrd (ffrnkr. r * To the rrnr rnlrlnft hr yard M «r owe-* M! t e flmftkel hy lovely HtM <f fhwrv frecm... NC*4*M tv «> tfcte Home wll nuve k SFAC!0U.-O*ACl0US MlCK-FRAMf $69,00 Modem ttmtcr hall coloalal N vvela '" o««* our beat arena..» Central ar roaaltlunlbk... Fuur bcarutntm (tbree or whch are twn Mne).». Twu-n*a-ahnlf bbth«plm a pwwrter ra<un,,. Lurwc pntlle* JTanll>- root and h u R e Hvrcenetl porch... The bff lvng rmn hna a lugr barn- HK flreplrfe... Modrnt tu-hem wth faully rntbk urea.., Two car nttmhct. C'omfnrtable for (he medum to RANCH N THE FOOTHUS $55,900 Yen. one floor llvtan* wth three nrdronnh nna two prt'tty tled bath*... Hw- *!luun HvlfK room, formal room,. Ktchen wth cutn* unaue... Bnaement Slayrofw... On n f«nl«g y-muy n Mountnlnslde. Vo call to let un tell yon mure. NEWLY LSTED FVE BEDROOM COLONAL $58,000 'lt* fne older hnmr Uvvu m-llt'l very flly.. < K"r lunljn^ M a trrlftl n'u mml l n klt- Th! Nvlm urnl O H n T tvt'r'-nlm* N fl'nhlm* ''lr llut M U lj- lato tvrl ttrjt ml Ht' r.mr M tvo cur nju> hmlnr PEARSALL AND FRANKENBACH MMUUK 5 elm Qvenlnw nn\j M llrnr Tmln MM. AUlld W, h Mm. M, x-mr l. ma a 'JMU-TtM :n -47no... Mm, Wlll- Mm. HO t. JH4<k \V. (fnrfnlrr MNN,,> Qvrmu K. 'rurnnll B7«H JOY MOWN, NC EALTO 233-5SSS rtcsm AS %nmo 3 bedrooms* 2 bathe, lvng room t dnng room, modern k\tchen, famly room, W/W oarpet; bultfna, -Lovoly. lot., CluBe o to B, Park (Lennltt courts), buu, Scotch Plans. APPllOX. 0% D O W N TO A QUALJFKD BUVER S86ftft Perfect for the youn^ executve thta delghtful Fan wood Colonal «n perfect condton both nsde and out. Kurauo hall, attractve llvnk room wth buy wndow and flreplact, formal dlnlnff room, 2lH'xlS^' famly room wth bult n bockwhelvee and cahln«l8 K nto ktchen and powder room. Second floor hae three good Plsed bedrooms (mahter bedroom S X and tled buth. Luxurlouv On a qul^t street convenent to transportaton and schoolh, A UKEAT BUY at 4,900! PRETTY AS A PCTURE Charm and symmetry. Thn true Center Hall Colonal has a large gracoua entrance hall ana a 25' ltvrur room wth wood burnt nu- freplace- The ktchen has all new applances plug a separate breakfast room; the formal dnng: room fl a generouh 5'xl3' and the 9' flrtt floor den la panelled. There are * twln-el*e<l bedroom«, 3 full baths, For «ummer pleasures there n a de* Ugltful rpdwood deck. W«Btleld. A truly good buy at $55,900, JUST LSTED YOUR OWN "PARK" FOR A YARD and 5 bedrooms (one n 35'x 3')! Perfect fur a large famly! * vlter room 25%'xl3%', full gtxed dnng room, 6' den off llvlnff room, «crecnet porch. Modern ktchen wth eatng apace and wall oven. 2 butha. 2 car garage. Property approxmatelr 7O'x22O'! wonderful Westfl«ld locaton. $58,000. JAFANSE ROCK OARON Good lookng 0 year old home n WeBtflelcTa Humbley Hlls. At tho Krade level entrance foyer, Urge handsome famly room, laundry and hulf bath, Sunuy lvng room, charmng dnng room, roomy ktchen wth dshwualer, counter top rantt'l* nul wall ovon. Three hcdroonu (the nanter bedroom hut* ts own (retthlne room), boneutl tho starb s a uoconrl famly room (panelled and "^M sha]>q4l) t A rfed brck pato am JLpuncm* rock grdon enhance the ncoly HLrulwtapod yard. All ths and tho house «centrally ar condtoned too!! STONEHfNO Extremely»pacou» Brck and Frame four to fve bedroom Splt Level on a large lot n choce Weatfleld locuton. Grade level 20' recreaton room PUB large addton uted aa a 5th bedorom and powder room, 2f' recreaton room n basement. Frm floor center hall, lovely lvng ro6m wth flretface, dn. ng room and eat-n ktchen; large screened porch off the Uvlnr room- Three bedrooms* tnd two bnthn on the flccond level und another large bedroom on the thrd. New Lst* $68,900. DREAMS DO COME TRUE You've always yenrned for a young, roomy, 4 bedroom. 2% bath Colonal? Well hvre t n, tucked away on the sde of the Watchunr Mountan* n Scotch PllnH. ThM delghtful 8 room home offers all the amenltew you could wsh for central ar condtonng, lovely swmmng pool, half an acre of land, And everythng s newly decorated! Can you auk for more? $6E»,5OO. Call us now. MOST EXQUSTLY LAND- SCAPED ACRE AND A 24x4 SWMMNG POOL TOO Ths home has everythng one can wsh for: 4 lareo bedrooms, beautfully carpeted lvng room and dnng" room, modern ktchen. BrcenPd porch, central ar condtonng and a famly room wth bult-n bookfholyeh and Blclngr elans door H'udns to tho mont exquste garden, enclosng tho 24'xU' nwlmmlng pool wth fountan and wadng pool too. AVe would love to show t to you. Shnll we set m appontment? $70,000. MN ESTATE Srt amnfr attuly trees n the Hout Sde of SouLuh Plans, thlh clmrmlnk Dutch Colon n ts (vorythlnp you could k for. A totcr entrance hull nurnullvo lvfjs room, t'umnt llnlnr- room, a lur^o modern ktchen wth Hcpurtc hrokf(ht urm and Hljplnun famly rnnn wth frcplhrc For tn growng famly tl ld Boflroonw md 3 full bathn. TH trlaome mmo H Hlluatort on upprxnntfly un aero of beautfully vooddd propnrty a delght to own at *79)0 MOUNTAN GREENERY The WulchutK HcHcrvuLlcm HT fn LUH mulmnt h ret JNM ttfl CAULUUM Hunch, Knur nvnly ludroonh, luvptt* fumlly roommk'lk-tl den am thron fll LlH f ]?ftfhtrul lvng room formal htnsr room, romcmloh morlorn ktchen und lunrry room. Two flrc )luc<.% Two cur ultuclurl K»nm\ On n m OH t vltmhlc prnporty (upprux. J su0b') t Vvlvwy tunnluul! $77,800, JOY BROWN, NC. rn. n 'N* REALTOR Member Of The Multple Lltng System N,. 'M. N, <»lrl MMln.t 2 ELM St WESTFELD, N Any \mm y llrom.,, r. UnrmU llruwn > * *» 74«.<U4 BARREn & CRAN t t MMTOl f t t UMRTV CORNM (MUtHO MOO) t NEW WESTFELD LSTNGS Thr«* utt lsted Club or«a. t SSMtM 44747M n the North CK^tnut - T#nnf» $52,900 F Four socond floor bedroom and two tled bath. A groclouft frst floor plan wth tof blue carpetng n the lvng room, den, dnng room Qt\4 up the tafrt. Unuualty spacous pne panelled country ktchen kulto con ll ng of 3 separate areas (work* ng ktchen breakfast nook famly room). Roof ust 3 years old... Dshwasher and selfcleanng electrc oven just % years old V 00 Amp electrc servce... Many other work savng features. $58, A lttle bt larger wth four bedrooms - 2 baths on 2nd floor plus a 35' teenage dorm on 3rd floor and deep deep (220') yard. Ktchen has bult n range, oven, dshwasher and ample eatng space. deal for 4 or 5 chldren. $64, * t Stll larger wth fve bedrooms - 3ft baths. 26' thru center hall dvdes lvng room and dnng room and loads drectly to ktchen wth butler's pantry and ad olnng breakfast room or laundry. Agan the boauttful deep yard, largo enough for prvate tenns court or pooh JAPANESE GARDEN VELVET LAWN $6/ * ) A most attractve new lstng n the Humbley Hlls secton. A gem of a home n mmaculate condton and fust the rght sze for a small famly or oven a couple. Perfectonst housekeeper has everythng sparklng. 25' rear grade level famly room looks out on brck walled pato, Japanese rock garden and expansve velvety lawn. 3 bodrooms V baths, and master bderoom has ts own dressng room and vanty, Gakoned dnng room,a few steps up from the lvng room s the perfect sottng for ntmate candlelt dnner partes. Control ar condtonng. Much more to tell, may we? A NEW MOUNTANSDE LSTNG $68, Our frst Leader ad. Unque custom-butt contemporary two-level ranch near the top of Mountansde's pcturttque Watchung slopes. Huge (28x8) famly room wth stone freplace Opons to luxurous 27x7 poto. Cathedral celng lvng room... deluxe ktchen... 3 famly bedrooms 3 baths... beautful, deep (300') wooded lot. We hope you'll not delay. MOUNTANSDE RENTAL Sx rooms (2 bedrooms) Vh baths and famly room, perfectly suted for a couple. Part of a larger estate on wooded knoll wth lovely grounds and vew. mmedate possesson. $475 per month. Appontment please. ''ROSES AND A BROOK' $56,900 Ths sparklng home s located on over an acre n Baskng Rdge that's ncely shrubbed wth many trees and a rose garden overlookng the nearby brook. The strkng nteror ncludes a magnfcent famly room wth rased hearth freplace, wet bar and bult-n cabnets... a cheerful ktchen wth bult-n refrgerator-freexer... wall-to-wall carpetng and 2!4 baths. For full detals and appontment to nspect we suggest a call today to our Lberty Corner (Baskng Rdge) offce WESTFELD BARREn & CRAN 'ht Colonal Offlm" 23M0O Pnfrlrk H.-Mlont»«Sft>*44Hl M. W. Ntm% Jn Stt»MMl lnsrl R. Wmtt,,...<. A 3ft3*K*]a Mff»«Mtnrtmwb <,, v OT»Nat G<rare O* Orna UUMlfllf Orurffa r* Rfch«f40..*Sft-7M KlcbntU - (Jo4dult... VM-Wa MOUNTANSDE (Mr O. Mllforrt SAtt-TWltf Hfftr ), ttojt. fr.....2u-tww lerbttrt J, rltn SWMMO ltlvhnrd M, Otrhtt... BM-8SB8 At O«HogCMf Jr. «*«*.UUMWM H* t. Barrett t* OFM LBERTY CORNER (BASKNG RDO) MMBERS WTDBTFELD MOtTNTANfllDB BO. PLANS FAKWOOD BOMDnBlflT COUNTT MuHlple Utlna 5ystem JAMES J. MVWSON NC* TO MAM VU4TM" nl utnva MAMD NW AND CHAMNO Located n tho frendly neghborhood of Fanwood th brand new 2 story has everythng * center hall, large modern ktchen, famly room, laundry room, powder room and 4 padou bedrooms and 2 bath* on the 2nd floor. Lovely to look at -prce-only $48,500 May we tell you more? AND Spacous colonal oca* ted on wndng. Crescent Parkway n Westfeld and complete wth 5 bedrooms, 2 baths and an excellent st floor den and porch. All on tho st floor s and entrance foyer, 25' lvng room and fre* place* dnng room, modern ktchen and dnng space, den and porch, whle upstars on. the 2nd, 3rd-floor ore 5 bedrooms and 2 baths. Bg and beautful and prced to sell $58,000* Do call for more nformaton. RENTAL Unfurnshed one famly home avalable mmedately. or 2 year lease at $375 per month. Located close to town we have the key, so do coll and let us show you. MANY MORE USTNOS $38,500-Scotch Plans. 3 bedroom. Cape Coddl^r avalable n just 30 days. $39,900 Scotch Plans. 5 bedroom expanded ranch. Top condton. July st possesson. $40,900 - Wettfeld, 3 bedroom b-level bult n 969. Lke new. $54,800 - Westfeld. new, 4 bedrooms, V/t baths, famly room. Just perfect. JAMES J. DAVDSON NC. usaf/rou S0 K. Jtrmtrl Street "KEXT '0 HALTO Tl MATH B" Kre.'m Onlr Wllllnm AHln Nnnlrn tlrnn,.. lnth JMvldMOH OANKM A DANKER, w 7M 4f futtvstml n «f N»l«lpto largo Mr U* CttCA 7M Short walk t# town, Horary end MNUWM P«HL At $47,000 WDOPN PACB Ths year ou splt, y emmc FMHM MM Mtrfffulfy landm^ed 2O7x pwt. n-fround p#ol undefwater Rumlna- Hon f brck pato wth fovntaln, 39' famly room wth custom bult bookshelves nd powder room. Lvng room wth freplace, dnng room, large modern ktchen nd hooted g «t d screened perch on st tvol. Four bedrooms, 2 fuh baths en 2nd level and «H ths h centrally alrkondttened. Two car attached garage. Owner transferred evertoas. A buy at $70,000 STONHNO Ths scrumptuous, front to back splt, hot a 3x24 now ktchen/famly room. Abo a 33' grade level recreaton room./don, powder room, laundry room and extra ktchen on flrado level. Throe excellent bedrooms and t baths wth balcony on fop level. Tho cathedral type lvng room wth freplace s approxmately 5x24. Flno dnncj room for entertanng. Control ar condtonng and extras too numerous to fst. A 20x50 lot Ustod at $t2,900 DANKER * DANKER, nc 49 tutft Oaly A. Ctefcrela V Dnkn AJfcert G. Daakev 9SS-BS7S 4e tt4t ATWOOD REALTY O«B K. Atwood, Realtor Ucemed snce 9S2 $44,200 Wostffeld RAMBLNG SHOOK to Dunham "Wootw and runn bruuk. tmltlftt rear f, ono ut thu most attractve n Wwftflchl, a-hudroon COLONAL wth freplace, HHMo porcl f pecky- (*y rr«h buhpnmt rocr'atnn room wth outnljo entrance, atu^rago, lult hy Sam Cap n, THS HOUSE S NOT AVAL- ABLE UNTL MD-OCTOBER 972. Thla n M "Mn ml" H wll rvo tho purchuhtmh tme lo HCll tholr own home tntl onjoy hu ATWOOD REALTY Memfcera of MaHfple Umttmm A Tm nl the onrnrr from * Poal HvpnnrN ltllt U'l-k, llrokr, ::2- nnll rnu'h. N«wly l d r a hmlrntntt! clou* % buhn. full rllnk rrnun, Hlny VK P>nu wll nrrhtrr, ' 4-jr K RUM lcnt, how -U'H, Cn al OJJ, Owmr, ^LJ- HAM,) on ov*r j WMlr] n. ; llt* -fllm, M'M f Ml m. nmvly hno*l. - r»nl U only. Many U\U trl- T'H'H.n vl lnt-ul \ wnll n r nl l GLEAMNG WHTE COLONAL KDROOMS - H kuths 2-ft. FAMLY ROOM WUAM A. CLARK 4*4 ft** Av#. 2H-S00 rmes Weet fervle* ftrral* f«r (Arwfctft m the /..A.) m f t's an attractve Colonal' mnt USTH) Home you're lookng for, Jjook 3 MOtOOMS - latht no Further untl you see ths 24 year old youngster! The]w«hav«luat Hated a newer llvln«room j 8 very PleMlnj CotoDlVHtn"32 top co'nd"- wth,!. a full. bay..,- wndow, -- - m _ and,«««ton throughout tfaroufhout wth rear yard?fl^ bjfr n *^5 flr^bl K?l. ft?j!»chor ho?kln* fence. There J. *««* dl "*»«: room'wth corner A nvnr room-dlnln» room, kt- SS P S25* ^S? 0 **.? /5Arj«l>«w » w«l oven, table top yround Th?«"^ch a D Mtt» h M»n»e»n«ample dnng gpace. '""n! floor famly Room la AmUy m m plus basement and panelled and has bult-n l«m» tm Fanwood at 4 MO helve* and cabnet. (Great fkdy to."pplng and*trans^ chvn and powder room complete the st floor, UpaUre youml eeo 3 real chterful b«d- AlfllA rooms and bath. mportant BAHNO vtructual features nclude; m ftmmaaac _ BA*AM year old roof p year old hot WUMMWm* Z Allft water heater and the exteror Att r SAO was Juttt panted, A beautful w ' f r tree lned street n Fanwood. *# B -^H«* & a»^k Art & MA.» o* We thnk t'h a fne home- Own- *fs^rtf'sss*^*? ns# a K ArM Qflknf 4 flao acre or around n a quet area ersaskn* ««a «vu. t h$lnf y to route 78( too The home s only years old. There s a lrnt floor famly room n llcntal ttrtdtfpn to the lvng room, dnlns room a-nd large ktchen f_jtfnr ramv nt Two- 2nr flortr [ w 'th self-cleanng double oven. fn MM* * Cult 'MKl, Tut *! mr- Uln rtwh rw'\ p Hrh-fH' dlrtk'll, -- M r pool an'! mm urlll. 'M n (f phl hn *tu!)-u4!l. Uwnnr, fu) acreened and glass porch roo! ' off ktchen, car garage. Occupancy May Utn poaslbty sooner. 275 per mo. OTHER HOME RENTALS FROM $325 to 560 Chorts W. Rokotny, Rtoltor Control Avo.* Wotf lom Gc«rse F. Hall... sa**f4t LEE K. WARNG UMTOft 5 E. BROAD STREET 5 YEAR OLD COONAL WE HAV3 JUST UflTED THS SPACOUS COLONAL. WTH 4 BBDHOOMS AND 2»^ BATHS?C WK8TFKLD. LAKOK FAM- LY HOOM WTH FHEPLACE. MAGNFCENT KTCHEN WTH FNE MATNG AREA. BEAUTFUL SLATH FOYER. CENTRAL/ AR CONDTON- NG. LEE K. WARNG RATO* 5 E. BROAD STREET ltlpe LMtaf BVBNNG Ta «*»lfh7. MMWATH 4 UOtOOMS - 3 BATHS On J4 acres 2 year old Colonal Splt Level wth famly room and ktchen wth 2 ovens, 2 brolers and rotsoerle, 2 car garage. NtAft WAWUNVm 5 MDtOOMS - a BATHS $S7,S0O p * H«aH wth square feet of lvng space on over an acre of deal property. n addton to the & bedrooms, 3 baths, large lvng room, dnng room, bg ktchen wth eat, ng space, there s a famly room wth freplace, musc room* 23x0 work shop, all on one floor 2 car overflled at* tached garage. Located near the border of Warren and Green Brook Townshp. WATCHUNO MCK RANCH Only % mle to nchool and church on 00x)00 wooded lot, 3 bedroom*, 2 baths porch garage. May we tell you wore? f you are lookng for a pry country home wth a llttlo acreage, why not let us try to help you! WLLAM A. CLARK REALTORS M South Av*. Went. WntflM 9* Cole ll Baeoa MeB...aaa-«s Wllam A. Clmk..333-r48e MARY PALMER *'. O\K OF THR FtKRST HOMK8!V NTKl- ON COUNTV, Ponted Stold Colonal. Crca 775. BlHgnlfclontly reatored, delghtful famly home. Lbrary, den, 4 bedrooms 3% batha, wlno cellar, 6 atone freplaces. Htnctaome smdo trce«t elegantly fltulacftpou, Swmmng pool bath hou&e, tenns court, 4+ acres. {40,000 > Must be to be beleved. MARY PALMER S334S0O 250 North Avonuo W W«tf«ld, N. J. «D«wm fcy the tatloa** Mattlpl* THE JOHNSON AGENCY, NC. REALTORS NSURORS K^ vory nrgo am juht rlpht fnr that growng famly. Four boelroomw, y% btlh, tho fourth belroom thrd levol wth dormer Overalzod fumlly room jtltb a «cml-flh3hc< buhemcut room, trtneflotfl kfu:ton. breezy sde Burecjncd porch. On lovoly throo lned Nancy Way. JtlS.OOO, AME) L*XCH only two yenr«old, ucnt n«a pn. Soven room«j W butjm, Ono flor>r VUK toj> U\v] wth mnny lvng- room, full JTxy* tunng room, up lo (ho nlnutu ktolum. eatng- aron, tlrco bt'droon^ Clrado level famly ruum und fourth budroom ur ffk Attuclod surag. -O.UO(. A n prutty Vuwuul notrhhoruofl. Ttrmtlful now wlclo Cnlly ruom, llvlnj? room flnm>lm' ( for HM dnng room* co act ktchc lavatory* Thruu twn azod betfrountf. A lovoly flrnt homo. J4 f!hhf, FVB HDHOO.H colonlfl wtl nlno larro roomh, two Pour Hooontl floor bodroomn, a ffth hmlroom ucrohh tho entre bonne knotty pned. Shn den, NpLblmH modern ftt-n kltchon: 25' lvlntf room wth flr<!>hro. Two vnr dehtcltod K^^K^ Around (he corner from nnrth sldo Wutaflolrt ffrndu tdool ^ WATCHUNC» Tucked flown a quet lutu H noutlod thn much on l fl q t uurn lot, l ld l l h l roonh, two but.hu noludny rlon wlll flro- phuc, ntr wlll full tron K bfhcment, hwm aluma, nvcndztul plua d a two uldo unr rhllns Kur»K''. rlnu Outbulld- lor b l ho humo uthumjuttt. $07,900, COUMT-V LlVMf nt ttw brut n Wnrrcn Tnwtuhln, t,onp, J t*cv'u runn run'h wth fuur MlnouH, llrm luthh (ur offft, ntfl'w room, H.JAV'H nltt) wth tm own Mt-tm'n and bnth), Tnt nr'hlccth, t>uc n K* llvluy ronn, (hn «Klu*r n n t doh hhoh-nt rum Hy HH, \\*a cwv Kantfo, n-wro framo mrtj HpucluH urnnrnfh, Twrty VVVH J all wth (n twt ruulh. A lrotk ^UUU*M llrturh Uu property, THE JOHNSON AGENCY, NC 26 Propect Street Leue B, J eh men , Dean Jehnwn, Jr< tnrbfr U* Hymn Helm *, CttbM'kl Mnrlo Mcmlrr of multple Mot n*»r»tm

7 fal KTAT K» SAU MA KTAT FOt Ml AL fstat - S All * -**,.# # REAL f STATE - SAU WB luswbttt (ff».f.) tjeamek, r, APUL M, rrt HUP WANTED TMTMNOM" Compact, spot lean, cheerful! partal ly dprcrbeu ths wx room (3 bedroom) home. Freplace n the ltvln* room, front screened porch, on«car B^nfr*?, young furnace, modern batl. newly decorated ktchen, 220' electrc lne AND more Tall u** for an mmedate t.nnpec.'ton we don't K at many of these AND n WESTFELD too. Slt MOADST 'wrewwootr $st r «oo Channlnff frame and brck, three foaaroom lome. Snclaufl lvng roo n f formal dtnntf room both wth bay wndow*. Frst floor Cherry panelled den tfm lurke ktchen. Basement "ree" room wth fjrcplace attached garage, fenced h yard and many other "extra" feature. Transferred owners can gve early occupancy loo. CHAMJS 0. MRHtDftCK, Jfe. ax #M MB M.AMT n Jofnsotb, nc. 'REALTOR ** Alt P»HT«BttLOCATOH MAGNE; A'3 bedroom splt-level on ths morthwlde ( uf -Wefltfleld; thu AGNK a spacous lvng room wth. bay wndow*, a. formal dnng room, a pne-panelled den ou a modern eat-n kltcten; MAGNE two flagstone pntoe and a screened' porch and Hundeck all on a boautlful- ]y landscaped extra large lot- Now close your even and magne how fast ths house B gong to ll! ft ANOOtPH-W«OMAH CO fmkt TM AOVnnttO UNWUAUT U N COONUU SPUT At the dead-end of Scotch Pltn»' prestteou* ndan Run, on an acre of ground, ths home bult 0 yearu ae;o and mpruved then Ts a large, weu-plnmet), cotfortate house for a 'e famly wth many J t t locks lke a Colonal, Am a splt, but the three tlt second level are only the utmal 6 Or 7 ttepft abov* t\e frst level and the master bedroom sute of rooms B only two eteps above the second level. c entrance hall: lvng room 2f 0x3,0 wth a hearth freplace; behnd t a ecreened m4 fflflfmd porch 3,0; panelled famly room 7,Gx2.2; dnhff, room 38x.7; ktchen 3-3x.7 wth eatng- pace r wall oven, counter top range p dsh washer: powder room; laundry room, AH thn on tbe flrnt floor. (Tbe 2-car attached jr&rffe, sde entrnca, s 26,6' wde and thus ha 8 a large storage space). Three bedrooms an^ one bath on the second level good szed bedrooms, good-slsert clunets. Two fltepe up, a master bedroom sute comprsng fc 2x4 Htudy, an 8.0x6:9 dregang room, a full batt and the master bedroom 4.8x n the basement a panelled roc room 24x3,8 wth a dry bar Extras are central ar condtonng; an attc ran; a gret deal of good carpetng thruout. The bouse * avalable August let whch gves you all ths tme to sell your**, HTY L THE GALLERY OF F \ *.' ' ' T OJRCNAL, CARRTAfJE HOUSE CRCA 774, 3 JKDKOOMS. 2 UATHS. HUCE, VNO RQO3& CHRAT CONDTON FA2f- WOOt> *88,000. BEDROOaJ COTJONAJ N FRANKLN SCfOOU AREA, WNLNU TtpOH NKWT KT- CHKN, BATH. UTLTES COMPLKTKA' R3DKCORAT- D 4 BEDROOM SPOT ALL. ROOMS.AHOR LOVELY AREA, LARGE ^OT. NKW W/W CARPET. OWNERS TRANSFEKKED,»3!>, BEDROOM SPLT LKVEL PJAT8H CAHPETED LVNG. DNNG ROOM, AR COND. CORNER PROPERTY,.COK. VENCNT TO EVERYTHNG, SKNGFELD, $4, BEDROOM TAMAQTES SCHOOL 8K.T LSVBL, KAM- TLY ROOM WTH.FREPLACE, REC.BOOM, AUJM SPNfl, BEAUTFUL FENCED LOT, $«r,soo. t YEAR OLD RASED RANCH, «BEDROOMS 2W BATHS. 2 CAH OAKAQE, CENTRAL. AR JfCFFERJftDN SCHOOL, OWN- ERS TRANSFERRED, $48,900. SWACKAMAXON RANCH S BEDROOMS, 3 BATHB, LV- NO ROOM WTH PRRP-ACE, PNNG ROOM,, H0.OO& PLUS AREA. ONLY $64,500. NKW CONSTRUCTON -r 4 DKDROOM RAHK) HANCH OW TAXES, GAR WOOD, 38.S00. NSW CONSTRUCTOW CEN- TER HALL COLONALS, 4 UE3D ROOMS, TERRFC NORTH BDB LOCATONS, AND 64,»0O. TH "NOT A MEMBER OF MULTPLE LSTNG * AGENCY 7 Etm Strot, W«tf t«td a... : :., VACATON PACE5 THt KtHCT JUST U$TfO HOM Unbelevable Ja tho word. Co], trk'k and Stone on l h Ac. h Warren. 5 BJt 3U Baths/ Mads Km. J«. LH, DH, Tea U[, Musc KM. Kfltr. A rear. 3 Fre Fl. 2 ft Bar, 2 CompK Kt, talan MbLe. floors n some rooma, W/W carp, n others, 50x25 Flagstone Pato Swm, Pool Cabana L./M DR wth hot showere and bath. Prof, «L + a.ped t Lje, Stone Many extra*.»s6,000.00, Worth dbl more. V 475 ( Mock 9 WoldHhf_ north of K O**Ur ) TSMOM Ucmbtr of Som»rt»t Conatf Mult p* LUtlnf S«rvo* OfTOKFOtlfNT S «. ft. MALE ft FEMALE, FULL-TME FfMAANENT POSTONS. h b h The Pru. Your Frst Job. And You. Tour, frst pofton thouldn't be juet a job, but tle flnt ftep n your career That'6 why wlen you thlhk of your future, you would be wse to thnk about Prudental, Yea, at the Pru w* offer yood pay, even whle tran- ng....we frr«vld«.txoellent benefts -, we have a plearant atmosphere wtf frendly workers. But, at thu pont n your lfe, your well-earned hgh achool dploma, should ptjr ofr wth even more... a brght and rewardng career at The Pru. Jua look at ths lst of career opportuntes we have valable: 4 COMfUT* OKRATORS CUtM EXAMNERS SECtETAMES AND TYPSTS KEYPUNCH OPERATORS CACUtATOW GENERAL CLERCAL f you qualfy for a tralne* poston n our Specal Tralnlnc VtowrUn, you'll receve an exceptonal startng lary, plus raster advancement. Bo corns to tl* Pru wher* your benefts nclude a TUTON REFUND PLAN, pad vacatons and holdays, and a Company cafetera. For postons n our Newark Home Offces, apply at out employment burtau any tme between 8 a,m, and 2:30 p.m. Monday throufh Frday (Except Holdays). Pmdenbal (Ahnlohmoh, nc. 'REALTOR 534 Route Mountansde Mentor Mallc LUtl»«Patrca Wyke, M3-3MS Caryl Lews. 2SS-A3M Alna J>h»»t4M Tolmnt'l, 2;K-4tft BaUcr, CM lawlt Serve, M T«Henry L. Brmlerl** 32.4ST S, ArtkHr Ga>»r4* 3HH-USU0 PETERSON-RNGU AOtNCY 4JWJ "" 'REALTORS 950 Park Av«nuo, Scotch RANCH. '. ( trows* through our Futt Color Dsplay of Homos WESTFELD ON A QUET STREET On a qut* tr«o lr*d stro«t convontontly noar grado, Junor Hgh and tht Hgh Schoots s a most doslromt 4 btdroom, VA bath homo wth oxclhng docor. nfranco hall; largo lvng room wth antquo mrror wall; formal dnng room; khchor wth task spaco and dlshwoshorj scroonod porch overlookng ploosant frounds. Hadsomo panolkd famly room wth bar and sldng doors to pato. Full ba**m«nt; ncludes panoltsd rocroaton! room. 2 car garog»f j Ar condttoron and attc faf ncludod. Florda bound ownors askng $35,000. $36,500 A FRST HOME "OMFTON, VT.' Charm ns early Amercan farmhouse, ntnnl) pond... on outskrts of quet, pcturesque vtluffe... n«*r trout streun, Msutlful wanted hlu,.. other recreaton facltes & mle* away... $400 per mo. for July and August. Owner wll consder leasng for shorter perods llss/wk.) for other months (famles only). Call and ask far Mss GaUlgan,, 4-20-tf ROOMS FOR RENT ^ ~ ^ NCK comfortable room for a gentleman, convenent northsde locatlon. Call , ' 3-lfl-tf S REAL ESTATE - WANTED 4 BEDHOOM HO ^K. n or near WeHtflolL. $35,000 to $40,000. llequred July. Prncpal only. Call after G:30, LEADER PHON Ht mo wasmbld ProfMaloaftl offle* for rent ldetl locaton. C«U U-!»>«Ult-tt Wth MCMUrU tul > at fot MM r«p. or AD «-!7tl. S mooms» 200 per month. Busness sone, off street park nc. Central ar condlttonns:, carpetng, and half-bath. MMEDATE POSSES- SON. Call J. J. DAVDSON, Realtor, for more detals. 3-2-tf KOH HRNT n ]>rofe»slonnl hukltlr Weatfleld. Frofessonal sute, ar condtoned. Approxmately 700 m\. ft. Presently occuped by phyhlclau, nternst. Conalatlng- of wult-nlff room, malnenh- orrce, prlvftto offce, '2 treatment rooms, laboratory and lavatory. Avalable June - July. For detals phono lus-sfo or 2;2-3lGS. M ROOMft for profehfltonnl offce opposte Mlndowaskn Park. Wrte, Dox 72, c/o The WeatCleld leader, SO Elm Street t MOTORCYCLES :«ftxt-ellpnl condl tlttn, Teasonftble. Call 233-7U9. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Town and Country ^ * LEGAL SBCmBTAHY experenced, sklls must be excellent; general law) experence mortgages, estates^ etc., salary loo; yearly bonus on mert; 5 day week, excellent worknr condtons, summer vacaton. Reply Box 67, c/o The Westfeld Leader, SO Elm Street, Wentfeld. 4-6-tf GARDENER for local prvate home. Man full tme, exp. preferred but not essental. Por ntervew apply n person, 37 Central Ave,, West. Mr, St. John. 4-3-tf OPFCE WORK, genera] buuy medcal offce. Good startng: salary wth chance for advancement. Wrte Rox ( 69, c/o Westfeld Leader, 50 Elm St. SALB HELP WANTED full tme. Apply n *peron, Arthur Stevens. ZW E. Broad S.t, Weatfleld. 3-6-tt DRNTAL chntraldo experenced Hstant part or full tme. No Saturdays Bond resume n jconfrtence, e/d " The Westfl^lU" r»atler; 3ox 70; GO Km St., Weatfeld t HJllTttt SAKWOMN Full 'tme poston** open n our FOUNDATON, ROBE,- MEN'S FURNSHNG DEPARTMENTS for qualfed mature women, Experl. ence desrable but not nece&uary. Attractve workng condtons, lberal Htore dscount am other em# ployee benefts avalable, APPLY Personnel Offce Mozcanlne TEPKft'S PL.ANFELD RCPTONtST Top spot wth top company we enn't be more emphatc! Our clent company rfcfurns polhtn wall groomed ndvdual wth pleaalnff per* sonallty plus knaelc for hundlng people, Some typng. Fee pad, SUM EMPLOYMENT ttkhvcb South Ave. ( W. Wfld CA\ YOU HK AS KXTRA or more every week? Many Avon KepreacntutlveB earn an estmated }40 a week Hellnff famoua Avon products n ther Bpare tme. Our otep-by-htep proj?run Reta you Rtartetl fast. Call now for detals: For nortltlde of Westfleld, a7fl- 0702; far Houthnlde of Wcstfleld, Garwood ; Fa n w o ol Scotch Plalnfl, Plalnfleld, 75C-C828; MountflltHlrlG call Custom bult ranch on wndng Pleasnnt Avenue n young Fanwootl neghborlood. Exceptonally large ktchen dnnk combnaton n the front, well planned lvng room wth freplace, openng to Florda room overlookng well cared for prvate yard. Three twn alzel bedrooms and bnth; and an uttaohed "«-«completes the pcture. Realstcally llbted at $40,900 COUNTRY COLONAL On beautfully shrubbed (2 frut trees) lot 27x550, soulh sro Scotch FlulH. Prld: of ownerhhp «reflected throughout. Connotng- of 7 rooms, % baths, freplace, brand new ktchen, % car garage. Comfort enhanced by central ar condtonng; convenence through electrc garape door opener plus wall to wall carpetng, alumnum combnaton utorma and screens- and much more. Great value at $48,900 PARK AYR R««hC.T«tc PETERSON-RNGLE AGENCY Makers Call any flm«mhtrc* Duffy...,,,,,,.,..«...». Murlc W*llberff Dorothea B»a RnMell Joa«Hcarr M. Craae SCOTCH PLAN!, T, A < ELSE BETZ, NC., Realtor (Member of the Multple Mnloff TOMORROW n tho he«t renunn tn «np TODAY ror Hnt homo you LhOUtflt nbout YCHTKKDAY 2KS SS"2!S S-5?!fJ aa-5»«lot UH Mnw you n fnvr.rllf* llhtlk of ntrn nnt a ronl t'hrp on rnntntlc Far Vtuv Drve, Wo Hxy "fnthll-" h''uhn tlo mnorumk! vlow from Movvral rnmm n thn l l l t r wfth hnnc H nht-jlf HltuHcl nn M> of h» cnblnrn ulnpe of ho WUU'UHKH H Sca'h VHH (Mnnllmll mnlllk (dlrchh) H thn U-m-ono-Mx) ( nmn Cl hulfnonh am '2 hut h mblnn lullt home, Tm lvng rttdtt md Uyt'r un* l'^nmlnh, Ktchen H whlu uul J'H, ulj'nl to a (nrtu'u Jldon. T-O H U (N'mcnlnH funmy rnon, ul uul lulu of Hlnrft Hmc' on tn! the nun- uf LH ml nct lnmu. ThlH tfultl h! your cut) 'T ton. ELSE BETZ, nc 203 Mountan Avsnu* Telephone Hun Any* trntl MH HONN Hnrlon KN«NM DmM BS 0 DOfX,,,... < lty rnnm l"'v'l lo Kl7),nK Hm-MOT N FANW A wondtrful homt to own as your frst 2' lvng room, separate dnng room, beautful ktchen wth cherry cabnets and breakfast space, st floor bedroom and don, plus S more bedrooms upstars. n soorloss condton, wth much carpetng ncluded, ths homo s a real buy. HGHLAND AVENUE FVE BEDROOMS W BATHS Certanly a wonderful addross, and truly * wonderful home. Ths graceful center hall colonal offers a 25' lvng room wth freplace and bay wndow seat, formal dnng room wth corner cupboards, largo ktchen wth laundry, plus don and famly room on tho frst floor. The master bedroom has a largo dressng room and the other bedrooms aro exceptonally good te. Tho screened porch wll be [enjoyable ths summer, and tho playroom all year round. A very charmng home just watng for a warm and gracous famly. $70,500. H. CLAY FREDRCHS, nc. REALTORS WEKTFR.D 3U North ATrnae, PAN WOOD 386 South AT«MW AMPLE PARKNG BOTH OFFCES S3TM. Ml? Kar Baotaa Bettr Hampton,, Lola WMa Hath Taylor Jaltk E»e Marra Mlllwat»r nla FrlHl klrlar Mel«laa«a S THS HOUSE FOR YOU? BEAUTFUL splt level, 4 large bedrooms, 2V bath, central ar condtonng, large recreaton room, 20 ft, enclosed pato. Must be seen to be apprecated. 56 Tce Place, Westfeld. $59,500. Prncpals only. Call Weekdays or all day Saturday and Sunday. TK-MJH G 3M-44* MS-MW na-um 29S-M5S ' > Westfeld b - t's TmeFor Report Cards! And for "top (Trades/ near the head of the CHB, we are.uleawed to offer thlh ^ranoh Colonal home wth center hall, 2G' lvng room, freplace, panelled len, dnng room, larffe panelled ktchen, 3 bntlm. 4.bedrooms, Hcreetted porch am.attached ffhnffe, ThlH home han (been newly decorated tnd the bl»? propurty fl very pretty wth many treen. Prced v\\ \\t at SGM00, KVC'H: 757-H4S. n Westfeld Just Arrved At $42,000! on tlc* nurket am " nn u dnlhy" H UH tt Dutrh Polnnn) n ( ftlot nnat r»hlrmtlal m'l Thoro P an entrance foyer, llvlnu room wth fplncm', Odh, full dlnhw ronn, w lrlrtlt kltrhon, l\, tled htth, attumhm \\Kv utul ulcjoly Al'lbnrt orty, Tu*r«lre many extran ton, CUUK rnrpothk! dmpnh, WRHT juul flrytu*. <'nn«lrntvm* wth UK jnrl wen snw ttlct\ at'ckl. Westfeld "Mt. Vernon" $89,900! As you drve n the crcular drve behold here s a magnfcent true "Mt. Vernon Colonal junt 2 years old and very lmpretwvg n one of our fnest areaa- From the center hall there n a apfcoun lvng room, den, freplace, dnng room, wall-to.wal carpetlk, nuperb bl^ ktchen, 2% baths, 4 bolr o o m», panelled recreaton room, bur, Z-ur KanRe and terraced pato wth abundant flowerng alruba. Ths luxury home may ohly be t d by callng. KVC'M; Brand New rt Westfeld $66,900! Wo aro proud to proucnl thltt Htatoly m'w brck front Co. lonlul tl^at HH bh*n con»truutud wltl tho fluent of mnturlulh workmnnahp- deally Joon a K pronerty^ t u. fuler hlllk HV-K* fmlly rontn utl Treu, (llnlk rnnn, blt Muxo tchen, )>nu-(]f*r r<»>n F lundry. 4 hmlnuth,! tht '! but m uul (hero n H\ ynr own fltrraund( v fnrl lmn lo ehotnn (H7- At $39>500 4 Bedrooms F 2 Baths! n a gently rollng area of wndng HtreetH, and pretty r«8llentlnl surroundng^ here fl a fne home wth comfortable lvng roam, falmly room. bg deluxe ktchen, ' batht, A bedrooms < two on ench floor), full bahemont.attached K-aru^e, barbecue pntlo and pretty property wth tree*. All thn n the lovely Crestwood are of Hootch l awats your l 233-2)7. Mountansde The Pcture Of Elegance! "Superb/ "Mnrrnlflnuc." or JV "Blnvly Smaahlnrr Whlnhuver adjectve you cnoom*, t may aptly apply to thn rjmhlluk and ftthtnljc tomb huh ulatk ho Mountunnldr rlko n t wry leturoma^^ HPttlnu:. Tlere H L NpuclnuH K' R room,! rreplu'oh, flltk' room, lrlux< UltOnn, full mthn.t» ^rlrontnh, central vacuum, "- par fffnfro. hljv properly nn4 uumnrnth luxury nxtnh,.tunt HH(>( Ht $7(,^0( nnrt no MHy to j l l' l^rtun *.&: my ''V.' m m P* 8 >.::* ^>:l H md d! \y experenced n specalty Btoro of fne qualty women's HULX nul coats. Excellent -.., coudltlonh -0 hour week no nght work, Apply only you lre sncerely JntercHtoU n a (food jtrmanent mslon. Call Mrs. Kurth for up>>lntn.ent :?0-l!^0. H n trw twor!!» Mlllbtru Avenue MHburn, N. J, FMV (or WeatCkld retal utor^. Alert type Clooul and Slock work. Mature typo, lourn to «ut both, 0 days. Stuto all detalla n wrtng to lox 7, c/o -Wostfeld, 50 Km St. N MT AHSS- TAXT must type. Call , ftkchktahy for modern Sprmfleld lnw *»rflc-e. Levul experence preferrol. (oocl salnry a ml flt». PPRJO call 4(7-776, SECRETARY nterentlng: dve-alfled spot wthout drect fupervslon, Mancllc everythng far busy Dvsonal Salrs JlnnatfL-r o loeul otflup, 5^5. Feo pad, SUM Vr SKKVCJ 2*7 South Ave., W. Wefltrelcl MAHK WOMAN N'TKR for well nmerml 0 yenr old l>oy. MoHtly ovtmkh, Hnu-tlneH dyn or weck- H. Call )u4-s0f)2, "REAL ESTATE SALESMAN" UnuKUU opportunty for y>un&* man to cum (UM-SSRA wth uctve, re- HpLuaed HtM Kutulo frm... prtfor m>n-hmol(lm* marred renlrtont of Wc^Htfrll, Scotch J^laln.^ Mountan- HU\V t-r l* nmv»ckl v Zf.ltf* aff<* braokot wth real fktate *mu ft H t'xpcrtonuu or HelllR nn'kr^rrhnd. ^UMHM sold rfflmnc tn U t H. Warrctt, Jr., c/f larrutl *t Orah, nc.. lcallnrrj 2 N-w ProvU-nce Hd u Mounthflldc, X. J tf AUTOS FOR SAE PARTS/ACCESSORES for MPORS/SFORTS WK fllvk YOU PLAD STAMPS New Joraey'B largo et/o d e»t/nloe nup>tlar. M'OllTHD AlfTO CEONTBR l*hoae A39-5S9 fl-8-tf MYMOUT 'fll Uoadnnop, cunv't, V9, m lo M % AM-FM rado. Phone 7 ld-! UJ. STATON w Tfwn uul ruuury, * Mumo!t»:-HH!t. 4-H-lt WtH VALANT, 4 tlm' H!, l ^nrr, ^f> MHM', nutnlrn nn^nhmnn,»m* mvmr. u full :^-7r>:.r>. H- M. ~ run -:tu-7mf. HACK TAM Mll rlkvv fn lfh' l-hh OKU'. AUH. H ** tn K *, * -ft JTP p.m. ^ru4t>:l. ATN'M, 4j\ HKflau # Uflnr U-.TOD ml. MnrH-Wnror untf- nn:- nhln, ('ul J.tj-H;:: (wo>ud[y[ mall CVNM'lll N'cu- Vn'Krr Ntll U'H WHHul. All' conlllulm. Mum tlrdh, wood 'nllllm, $ tro. Cull -j:; (7lfl, t>«l.w«on 4 tu 7 J.M. MORE CLASSFEDS ON PAGE 8

8 WANTB> *w SET* m t 5 portable 23" and Color, T Call lh «Used Books -ranted Hghest prlcee pad Phone collect and whte 8 months old SS^CT * 6 349*04*0 to 9:80 P.m. spayed, female ktten. Dsappeared, Old Tork Book Uhop.68 E as ton ve. Tuesday, March, vcnty Wlson Kew Brunswck, N. J. l-t-tf School, Westfteld. Call OATS ~ Gardener Treework Remove trash and ap- Charle Vncent, t'z'tt» * H BOAT SALB n Green brook M one of New Jersey's largest full servce boat dealers, on the hltftway snce 956. Before you buy, come out and pet our quote on a '72 Sea Ray or SUverllne Fber*!*** plance movng. boat. D & R Boats, Route 22, Greenbrook, N. J. V Open 7 days. 447-S2U. JSd4t ANTQU AYHK HONRTBAD Glass covers for clocks and ff nea, bowls and ptchers, Crocks and juge, much glass, also Castor»ete, glass shades, brass hardware, ron hardware, wafme rons, cast ron deal for Boy Scouts campng; cop- er pots, mfrrors, furnture, dshes [usser, Coalport, Dreesen and Mnton, freplace equpment, pantngs and prnts, clocks chars n luaorud woods, pne cabnet (lar&e 2 door), easel 6' hfghj chest of drawers. Also nursery stock. Modern marble-zed freplace wth bult-n mantel, made by y^lllkm Jackeon, N, Y. Drectons: Afthwood Xve., to Jtffereon School, turn rght alone sde school uphll to end of road, 3rd house past mal boxes. Also much nursery stock, you dts and save. 4-ft-tf (NJ.) LEAKS, fwudlt, AMU LOST AND FOUND # LOCTf Perhaps could be of help to you wth your nteror Desgn problem. Dane O'Connor, t LMT lady'a Omega, wrst watch. Whte gold wth damond chps and whte fold mesh band. Call JUHMtSS tftvtch HOVM call, 6 nclude! floor plan, furnture arrangements, color uss««tlom and plannng: advce. Amercan and European desgn EX- PERENCE. Furnture and acceuorles handpalnted and decorated to sut your decor. Mrs. Hert.org Prchard, Tel. ZSS-Z66 4OK Wychwood Rd. Westfleld t *d collecton* or»»- M to deplar n Barrett * Cran, tnc. Realtors (4 Bn «t> offce wndows. Plea** call or wrt* Mr. Oeorc* Rchards, 4t!«*U Westfltld. SS-S**. BUSNESS OPPORTUNTES NO SUUNO... KS» VOW MOBNT JOl WHOLESALE DSTRBUTOR WANTED Smply servce company establshed all cash accounts n ths area. Ths s not a con operated vendng route. Fne Nete's products sold n locatons such as offces, employee lounges n retal atorea fnancal nfltttutlons, small manufacturng plants, warehouses and small nsttutonal accounts. The dstrbutor w«select wll be responsble for mantanng these locatons and restocktns; nventory. All locatons are establshed by our. company, We need a. dependable dstrbutor, male or female, n ths area wth 906.0ft mnmum to nvest n equpment and nventory whch can turn over up to two tmes monthly. Earnng* can grow to $25,000 annually ana Up. We wll consder part-tme applcants. Wrte for complete nformaton, ncludng phone number and Area. Code. Alt nqures strctly confdental. -.. CONSOUDATD CMfMCAl COtFOKATlON rmh Dred Pr*daets Dflvf*f*a MS N«tMH Blvd., Balte tm HewstM* Teas* TT«M : t Mpr lbcr hollow tvks*, 4" o«c*b3*t«r. t- lnsld«4saa*ur,»osm :»", a«an«t" on* Could» vs*4 «roller*, or aa cores for turn rol- Unc. or aream up your own YUM. to* can kt. * S» u z *JW! for only fl.«0 «aca at tk«w«sju«m Leader,«Elm St., whle U«rl»*t, Olm to fa*t* ro«coat look at (ham. cmrnu whle yo» wat tmow c»r»rr SO Elner Street Westfleld NS-U SXOLUV t»utu«b«from desgners lke Dor at wholesale cost and *»! Rt. J. N. PlatafUld TM-OU OUM B4- BvCVCMB. PM and weekends call St Chan Lnk Weed Fcncna* portable Dog Runs Complete lne ncludng estate, alumnum psnels. etc. For Free Estmate Phons xrr-oo, «^,«TWN HE HRADBOAKP bookcase type. Ethan Allen Nutmeg - P VOV are self employed, or partnershp, and have need of a lke new 40. Call S3. L*ta*t»«ta»4a, CUss ma smple bookkeepng system, someone to reconcle your monthly bank ANNfftl' AWTftUB* BHttW, AMD M. Wtttlal, CcJl AO MjH lar. LescM fa»o«r kona, CM statements and rle your state and ALB. Ssterhood of Temple srael, UT»Bn«ANDPXTCHU federal returns, please call , Cllffwood Street and Martlne Avenue, Scotch Plans, New Jersey, Sun. MCfQD rlcam. DAT OR LBSfON TAfJOVT BT SBafter 6 p.m. Reasonable rates. CAUTT. ALL TTPM U0NB 4-20-lt day, Aprl 23, 972, 0:30 a.m. to 8 wo clattm. rorm un> BBFUfttwro. BLT BHp.m. Dealers featurng- furnture, OR NMH, BBCMf P4>TBD AND XNUBAD. AD t-mlt CLTfTOM-MAPB CLOTHES for La-slvedes, specalsng n Mother-of-the- ROOM PRBB FABKNO Do- Jewelry, cut ara's, chna. TEA Brlde. Call , naton.0 wth ths notce.00 M;» TlNfRAV, 20 nch grls bcycle, good condton. Call POOL. TABXE wth accessores, 25 Call PMtA MARKBT. MA M Damond Hll Methodst Church, Berkeley Her MB. Housewves, dealer*, handcraft er* reserve your space now. Call or 4««-88«3. MOTOR HOME 970 Dodge, 7200 mtes, ktchen, bath hemted t ar condtoned, eytra gam tank, Call , 0 to noon. KURJVrrvRB dnnff room table, 6 char*. Hcrver cherry colonal denffn, ffood condton* TV> sngle bed, wng chalr t hookca»e», w draperl, mlc, temb. Call S FOSAlf 26. Call OVHO Frffldare gas dryer, 2% yearn old, excellent condton, Call «rlndtnff wtoeel M, mantel, oak tea wanron flf, ron planten $* lony 8, mahoffcnr dre*snp table 938. butlers dtek $95, oak tablet arm desk 4, several rood seta of golf cluos, ornate chna clonet M8, foot lockers S0. 8-drawer oak che«t wht mrror 938, emal oak rocker 8, for the tall man 2 tone CUB torn made rdng: boots nearly new 40, wcker arm char 24 Zephyr lawn mower 36, l wooden ce box 25, AftCHtt** BSSAM3 renvflll*,, s. 4. Open FrL, Bat. and Sun, Frwn 0 to 6 OAKAOB SALB Odd0 and ends and some antque*), Baturdajr, Aprl %Z t from» to at U» Brhtwood msnucfon OWTA lt-tt LEARNNG S FUN Comblntd sotlvatlonal t«clalfs«t of «lsctronla tsachlns; statbraa, proaramosd lsarntss; and kosaa tutorng- achltvs rtsuts. READNG PBLUNO MATH rr«s Plavnostle Testlas; Ooarants«d Rssttlta Call llt-4 BBONZ LSARrra osvnvm UM Avs^ W««tfltU U-ll-tt LEADER PHONE MrlOY, WAHTH) Exhbts FoCUS 6VTTHU cnd leaders cleaned; wndows washed and storm wndows taken down- Exteror pantng; small jobs. Fully nsured COMPLETE LA.WV MAtf. TENAWCE. Call t UCHT HOSKWORK and B o m e ronng. Wn furnsh references. Call OTHEW'S HE>PBt young ^r wshes poston part or full tme durlns summer eeabon- Sxteen year Wentfleld resdent. Please call , after sx. COOK experenced wshes housekeepng, general cleanng and ronlnff. 4 days weekly. Sleep n 2 nlgrhtfl, Salary- $68, beat references. Call Servces Need., CONTtACTNO MOOtNZNO T»U SUHOONS SCNMHM TRBJ DCPSXT CO, 0ta«LOAL NOTCES On Lncoln Death Plannng Board for recommendaton. Appeal of Basl H. Bourque for PHUC NOTCE permsson to. extend a one-famly Notce s hereby gven that the twplhng at 239 Massachuettr followng acton was taken on ap- Street Dened, peals heard by the Board of Adjustment on Aprl 7, 872: Appeal of Nomahesr&n Swm Club for nermslon to erect a pcnc pavlon at 5(tf Sprngfeld Avenue Recommended approval to the Town Councl. Apoeal of Pn-Temp Co. for permlhston to extend & varance erant- Last week, on the annversary the day Presdent Lncoln w» ssnated a group ct younc hstorans placed n WestfeH Memoral Ltrary an exwbt, whd, wth. photographs, <&oramn and a rcpmca of the gun used, teh th«saory <d the amamaatom Af^r. M, Vm. The pctoral story» arraagad k sx sequenoes, begnuntt wattl tme tte oeoapraun b_ plannng and endng wth aoroe of the rnytferet M«btotha lay awround the evaot. Use Junssr Hatosy dub vfakh mounted the exhbt compraea former EtudeqM of Elm Street School, where thegroup was formed laat year. Paul Hekfer * preadea and Robert SulMMrger, vce preatdeot fetratay and trtaaurar are Date Prtchett and Chrstopher lugaa. respectvely. Other members nclude Grn BarUe, Mark Kuhn and Bran Swden. te hoy formod the club because a l are nterestedn hstory and through ther organsaton have carred on ndependent fltuddes of hstorcal perod! and event*. t waa through ther study LEGAL NOTCS ed by the Board of Adjustment o March B. &7 to permt tte «e r % lot at 308 K. Chestnut Street as s buldng lot Granted, Appeal of Anthony- A. n-na Ch' p fltal P. Qarson for permsson to erect a one-famly dwelllna; at 2? 28 rvlnjr Avenue Referred to Appeal of Vllane ft Sons, nc. for permlshlon to erect a one-famly dwellng at 782 B. Broad Street Referred to Plannng Board for recommendaton. Eleanor E. Sanfora Secretary,. _ a Board of Adjustment _ of Unoolm that ther decded t» docurng a 3*tar Unted States a pcture study of the aswubnaton for use at the hstorc and otter ttothe tbrary. (Because at ther nterest n hstory lte dub members, n junor hgh the boys n the club have been chosentoserve as color guard am rase cbool, have been workng wth Mrs. Wllam G. Bolger and the Mller-Oory bouse oammttee n each and lower the Hag at the house day. FHA-VA FRST HOME NVESTMENT CORPORATON Off KANSAS, MC. Bonkers MB^BBBBBWBBlBBBBBBBBBB«VSB«lBBBBB«VBaS*M OFFERNG Face Amount Certfcates AND Ownershp Shares :. for nvestors seekng posbu growth of captal and ncome all nvotrmnts mad* n mortgages nsured or guaranteed by agences of the Unted States Government JOEL H. BERNSTEN CHESTER MOROZE RA M. PULVER State ManaejtTS for New Jeney WRTE OF PHONE TODAY FOR FREE PROSPECTUS FRST HOME NVESTMENT CORP. 75 Park Avenue Eot Orange, N. J Phonet (20) Name - - f Address»«W*' - * % - * T - T-*/ W» J«Value.,':#:/ r ' ' - * L '.. - As advertsed for a lmted tme only. The Van - Heusen Company s offerng a selecton of ther famous short sleeve Century Shrts at an out- 4 standng value. 4 We are pleased to pass ths excellent savngs r on to you. 4- * Please drop n and see our fne selecton of short sleeve Century shrts. szes 4'/ to 7 SPECAL PRCE $ ;! '.-s**'* y. '. " ' " '. ". :... - {..!:.".';:<:?-. < ~... >\--'>'?!?-:syr. - :. <,, (. ' : -. ^ :., V, - >. -. : %m ' - ' J ' " ' " L r - ' ***! - r,- tl. ~ '' v' - ',." '. V-^ V:- ; V..T : - Open Thurs. 'tl 9 Jl»^^^^ 264 EAST BROAD STREET - WESTFELD AD

9 Socal And Club News of the Week... «r n the OM.) LBAftEl. TKVSDAT, AML M, MM Sac t/ptfe Westfeld Area " MS. THOMAS CHARLES MBE, (Katharne Butara Crttewfen) Mss Crttenden Wed n Vrgna To Thomas Mee The marrage of Mss Katharne Berbers Crtttenden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dudley Crttenden of 63 Hardng St., and Thomas Charles Mee, took place on Saturday. Aprl 6. The four o'clock ceremony was held n The Eastern Shore Chapel, Vrgna Beach, Va. Offcatng was the Rev. Charles Morton Rddle. lra. Mee s a graduate of Vrgna Wesleyan College. She teaches n an elementary school n Norfolk, Va. Mr. Mee, alumnus of East Carolna Unversty, s wth Bnswanger Glass Company. He s the son of lra. John Thomas Mee of Halegh, N;C and the late Mr. Mee. After a weddng trp to the. Carbbean, the couple wll resde n Vrgna Beach. Vst Wyeth Exhbt Members of the" art department of the Woman's Club of Westfeld toll red the Brandywne Museum n Chadds Ford, Pa. yesterday for an exhbt of Andrew Wyeth. Mrs. Henry Bogaatko cbred the trp. * ««. * Harold Shll Becomes Engaged The engagement of Harold B. Shtt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Shll Jr. of 46 Boulevard, to Mss Carla nga Ludwgsen has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ham J. Ludwgsen of Bartow, FU. The future brde, an alumna of Bartow Hgh School, attended Queen's College, Charlotte, N C and was graduated from Florda State Unversty wth a degreft n specal educaton. After teachng for two years n the Fort Lauderdate, Fla. publc schools, sbe receved a Federal traneeebp to further her educaton. She s now at the Unversty o North Carolna where he expects LO receve her master's degree n May. Mr. Shll, a former sports edtor of the H's Eye at Westfeld Hgh School, was graduated wth honors rom Rutgers Unversty where he served as sports edtor of the Daly Targum and was a member of Scabbard and Blade. He receved an N.D EA. FeUowshp to study poltcal scence at the Unversty of North Carolna. Mr. Shll s now an assstant professor of poltcal scence at North Georga College, Dahtooega, Ga. He expects to complete work on hs Ph.D. dssertaton ths summer. * _ Thomas R. Qumby. - ' Former Resdent, 4 s Marred Thomas Reynolds Qumby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ells S. Qumby Jr., formerly of Westfeld, now lvng n Vero Beach, Florda, was marred Saturday, (Aprl 6. n Charleston,, S.C., to Mss Chrstne Ellen Smth of Framngham, Mass. The brde s an alumna of Massachusetts Bay Communty College; Watertown, Mass; Her husband attended The Ctadel and was graduated from Baptst College, Charleston, S.C. He s now teachng physcal educaton n the Charleston Publc School' System and has been offered an assstantshp at Morehead State College n Kentucky where he. wll pursue grad uate study. ' TO SU> OR SELL, USE LEADER CLASSFED - - *-tf*f J *. - HELEN SOHEDE Helen Schedecker Sets Weddng Date Mr. and Mrs. Charles. Schedecker of 255 Hckory Une, Mountansde,, have announced the engagement of ther daughter, Hss Helen Hardy Schedecker, to Theodore Martn Klehle, son of Mrs. Stunner RukwuMller Jr. of New York Cty andof Mr. Rehle Jr. of Burlngton, Vt. The weddng planned for Sept. 9. Mss Schedecker wll be graduated n May from the Unversty of Vermont where she J* presdent of the Delta Delta Delta sororty chapter. Ths semester she s workng on a specal teachng project wth the Offce of Educaton n Rochester, N.Y. Her father s a consultng engneer wth offces n WesfeW. Mr. Rehle wa graduated from Trnty-Pawlng School and, n JOTO, from the Unversty of Vermont. A member of Sgma Alpha Epallon fraternty, fee s now a teacher at (Mount Mansfeld Unon Hgh School, Stowe, Vt. Box Socal Scheduled By Newcomers Club A Box Socal wll be gven by Newcomers Cluf? Saturday, Aprl 22, at the Rescue Squad Buldng. The evenng of food, games and musc wll start at 8:30 p.m. Wves are to brng a box supper to be exchanged wth ther husbands. Homemade pes and coffee wll be provded for dessert Tckets may be obtaned through Mrs. James Dskn or Mrs. Mchael Butler.. - *» *. 'J'-U* f n Bermuda For Week Among the nearly 900 Katharne Gbbs atudents who flew to Bermuda durng ther sprng vacaton for the annual College Week there were 'Mss Patrca (Denns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert P. Denns Jr. of 82 Ramapo Way, and Kathleen 'Mary Heeger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Heeger of 905 rvng Ave. The grls are takng the one year secretaral course at the Gbbs School tu'montclalr. Marjor* Mahr To Wed n July Mr. and Mrs. rwn G. Mahr of 24 Barehester Way, announce the en-, gagement of ther daughter, Mar-! jore, to Arthur D. LcTourneau, son of frs. Alce LcTourneau of N«w Hartford, Conn., and the late Joseph LeTMroeau. The brde elect was graduated from Wethersfeld Ctan.) Hgh School, and attended Eastern Connectcut State College. Both M*s Mahr and her fanoe- are employed by Travelers Data Center, 'Hartford, Coon. : Mr. LeTourneau was graduated from Northwestern Regonal Hgh School,. Torrngton,. Conn, and attended Ward School of Busness. He served wth the U.S. Army Reserve. A July weddng s planned. MAJUORE MAHR M - Boro Club to Gve.. '- * Play at Festval The Mountansde Woman's Club drama group' wll appear at the Sev* enth Dstrct Drama Festval Apr. 24 at' the Upper Montclar Clubhouse. A play "Phone Phases of the Female," wrtten by a member. Mrs. C, Gordon Green, wll be presented n competton. n tthe cast are Mesdames Edward Russell, George DeCarla, Harold Gnn, Kenneth Van Pelt, Donald Hancock, Phlp Cavano, Ralph Ullrch and Gerald Slav n. Mrs. Walter Rley s drector. Proceeds wll go to Douglass CoUege. The lterature group wll meet Aprl 2faf "Mrs. Robert Thompson's, 42 Greenwood Rd. Mrs. Herbert L. FrapweU of Westfeld wll gve a sesson- on creatve wrtng. The group wll attend the Walt Whtman Museum n Camden on May 25. The Amercan home department wll meet at noon May at the home of Mrs. Max Wess, 97 Rdge Dr., to make straw flower pctures. The garden department made seashell pctures Tuesday under the drecton of Mrs. Edward Hay. Wllam McUtchle MRS. DO.VAU) WLLAMS (Betty Ellen Fekh). Betty Ellen Felch Becomes Brde Of Donald Wllams Mss Betty Ellen Felch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Felch of S65 Boulevard, and Donald Wllams were marred Saturday at Grace Orthodox Presbyteran Church. Both are teachers at Scotch Plans-Fanwood Hgh School. The ceremony was led by the Rev. Robert Atwell and the Rev. Ron Lesmann. The brde had Mss Mary. Strow of Baltmore, Md. as her mad of honor. Brdesmad was Mss Lauren Meer of Parsppany.. Ken Sodergrn of Fredercksburg, Va. served as best man. The brdegroom's brcther, Bruce Wllams, ushered. Mrs. Wllams s an alumna of Westfeld Hgh School and Wheaton (H.) College. Her husband, son of Mrs. Paulne Wllams of Monroe, Mch, and the late Mr. Wllams, s a graduate oe Mchgan State Unversty. - After a honeymoon n Vrgna, the newlvweds wll lve n P a n fe d, y Named To Who's Who Mary. Breslaufr, daughter_of Mr and Mrs. Robert J. Brcslauer "of 657 Shadow]<wn Dr., and Patrca Hardman, daughter of the Rev. Canon and Mrs. Rchard Hardman of 600 Hghland Ave., were among 6 Elmra College students selected for ncluson n the edton of "Who's Who Among Students n Amercan Colleges and Unverstes. Mary has been managng edtor of Ootagon, student newspaper. Pat, a junor, s a member of the Campus Center Commttee, Judcal Board, College Advsory Board, Student Lason Commttee and s a Resdent Advsor, Both grls are graduates of Westfeld Hgh School. Douglas Jones Engaged To Wed The betrothal of Mss Barbara Ann?^rkoff to Douglas Jones of Eucld, Oho, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund 0. Jones of 33 Whppoorwll W«y, Mountansde, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. SUrtoff of Beachwood, Oho. 'he brde to be attended Harcum Junor College. She U aa assstant edtor at the Chemcal Rubber Co, Her fance attended Rftseoke Colleg* and served n the VS. Marne turps. He s a feld representatve for the Atlas Supply Co. A June 25 weddng s planned. BARBARA ANN STARKOfP Choral Socety Readyng Concert Choral Art Socety members have receved tckets to be sold for ther concert May 3 at the Frst Baptst Church. The chorus s completng rdhearsals for ts performance of Brahms A German Requem and Bruckner's Psalm 60. Evelyn Bleeke wll conduct. Solosts wll be Dtty* Jows Smth, soprano, and Jay Thompson, bartone. _'. _. Furtve r nformaton about tckets s avalable from Mrs. Robert. Ryerson or Mrs. James Kane.. Car Wash, Bake Sale The.SuWuor WonehVChb'.of Westfeld s sponsorng a Car Wash and Bake Sale Saturday, Aprl 28, from o a.tn. to \ p,v\, at J«'s Amoco Staton. South Avenue. Proceeds wll *o to the Ruth Gottcho Kdney Foundaton. Cakes marge'g Jennfer Taff s Fancee of Kevn Wheatley Mr. and Mrs. Wlfred O. Taff of 0 Barchester Way have announced the engagement of ther daughter, Jennfer Anne, to Kevn P. Wheatley son of Mr«. John P. Wheatley c J40 Hallway Ave., and the late Mr. Wheatley. MUs Taff attended Westfeld schools and was graduated from Chapel Hll School n Walt ham, Mass. She s employed at the Damondhead Corporaton, Mountansde. Mr. Wheatley, an alumnus of Westfeld Hgh School, served n the Unted States Ar force. He s employed by he New Jersey Bell Telephone Company n Plan feld. An Augutt weddng U planned. Elected To Honorary Two Westfeld resdents are among 25 Unon College sophomores who have been elected to ota X Chapter of tph Theta Kappa, natonal two-year college honorary scholastc socety. They are JUrth K. Bernten, a 0 Golf Edge, and Mrs. Grace E. Henry, MS Hardwck St. PROTECT YOUP / FURS/ \ ' 'JW\ VV M /- MAM U' l^uw MNMUM RATES MAXMUM CARE FULLY NSUftED tfmoduno - CUSTOM CUANN0 TRED OLD FURS TRANSFORMED NTO HGH STYlf SHRUGS OR PONCHOS P.' -J v! HK/.h SALUTE TO SPRNG WSTFUO 2*9433 BUY 4 PECES OF STEFF STERLNG SLVER FLATWARE, GET ONE FREE Purchase any four dentcal plac* peces n the same Steff pattern, and receve a ffth pece absolutely free! t's the perfect opportunty to add to your own slver servce, * - or gve some very specal gfts. But don't delayl Take advantageof Steff's "Salute to Sprng" sale now. Offer good from Aprl B through Jm 9. Left: 8Kwhteorycllowgold. cht: 8Kwhtcoryclowgold. $650. MDAL GOWNS, NC. Brdes - Brdasmad MoHtrs TURN-STYLE cake T55-53 Plalatel* jane sntch Central Avenue OPEN EVERY THURSDAY Tl 9 P.M. Westfteld THE FDUONTOPERSON JEWBTU 206 E. Broad St., Westfeld, N. J.. Flowtr Grls Promt and Formats Antques and Second Hand Furnture Bought & Sold 233*0529 Thursday even no untl 9 ALSO RUTHERFORD, HACKENSACK, RDGEWOOD MON. & THURS. U A.M. TO 9 P.M. TUES. V FR. 0 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M. SAT. A.M. TO 4 P. M. - CLOSED WED. 772 CENTRAL AVE. PHONE WESTFELD, N. J. Estate SaU Managed 72. SwMd S. Scotch Plans Op«n 930 A.M. to 5 P.M. Protect HEADNG Unless you wsor your furs year-round you'll want to store them n the safest place ths summer. G. O. Keller's cold storage vaults offer complete protecton from theft, moths and humdty domag», Yaur fur* wll be cared for n one of the fnest facltes avalable. For complete convenence call today. Furs stored $4.50 ($00.00 valuaton) Only $3.50 f cleaned. <. o k; s HMBlBB^Bal 894 WfSTPBLD, N. J.-l E. BROAD ST. PLANFELD, N. J, t COR. SOUTH & LELAND COR, W. 7th & CLNTON 306 SOMERSET 63) PARK AVE. Our ben u$he$ to you We wont to help the brde chersh the mol memorable moment n her lfe. Ws> have all those papor tom that you wll need and love. 76 tm Street, Wetfeld O ton 9 A moment aglow wth enchant ment and alve wth vvacty.. feelngs that escape verbal expresson... a message that requres the settng of a jewel to convey your nuptal news. Let t bo engraved on the chocest of papers made for the memory book by CRANE. Our staff wll help wth your selecton and aslst you n completng your paper frousseaj.

10 Provsonal* End Jr. League Course Th* aeventee provsonal members of ttte Junor League ef Planteld have completed ther coum n commuerty study. Durng ther counc they vated NeajHbwfKQd Heuse and tt fcbrary At CMyHaU they heard talks en ety CtaNHMnMt by the MA* Ffak H. tets aad the Hea. MM A. ftyete*, mayar ef WestfeM. taly abe attended a meetng s the UBM Ctftfy JVahdu ta EnnHH, tewed Drake Hmm ad atte*m a Npt etf EdueattoB «toere they heard Da Vd Reche* of the Planfeld Board of Educaton. Those who have taken the course are Mettdamtt H. GttnfeUe Bunker, nebett S. Hooenrse, Bradford W. Ketchum Jr., Slevea A. Kroll, Robert F. McFerand, Andrew Montgomery, Davd Nchols, Paul J O'Kecfe, Robert t Oegood, Francs Raudekua*, Lan* Recfamem; Gerald E. Rupp, Atte G. TenBroek, Wtlsm B Wtfcn. ' Also, the Msses Cyntha (keen, Penetope Davs and Deborah Lea. The object of the Junor League l to tran ts members for actve parttoftpttett la the communty through a program of educaton and voluateer servce. HEATNG USAMBB/ fmmrmf/ APMU tf, STORK Mrs. and Mrs. Donald Qurn announce the brth of ther frst chld, A eon, Donald Patrck, Aprl 2 at Fort Sanders Hosptal, Knoxvlle, Term. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Karl. Qurn of 2M Snclar P. # * * Bryan Homa«s the name Mr. and Mra. Wllam H Broullard of Pcataway have gven to ther second chld who w«born Aprl 3 atyoverlook Hotptal. Paternal grandparent* are Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Broullard of Cedar Rapds, owa, formerly of Westfeld. * * * A baby boy was bom Aprl B at Muhlenbe'g Hosptal to Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Perrne of 84 Overhll St. AK CONDTONNG PUl Oft 7 NORTH AV. - WOTTELD ADejns Mtlt EetaUahed by P. B. McDoweU - 92* OPEN FOR THE SEASON - Every Stfnday 4 to 8 P.m. Adulls - fl.m. ChMren t/nfcf t $3.25 BJH* STANDNG STEAMSHP BOUND OF ROAST BEEF FSH CHCKEN CLAMS SHRMP * OTHER DELCACES * L 'V' Honored on Golden Weddng Garweef +- n observance of ther 50th weddng annversary, Mr. and Mrs. fathas Hrsch of 464 Thrd Ave. were honored at a recepton Aprl 9 at Th«Westwood. Mrs,. Hrsch, the former Mss Magdalena Marx of New York, and her.husband were marred -Aprl 8, 932, n tfew York Cty. Hs parents settled n Garwood after arrvng n ths country n 94., and hs father founded M. Hrsch 4 Sons, mason contractng frm. He party was gven by the couple's chldren, Mathew Hnd Jr., Prank Hrsch, both of Garwood, and M'. Nls W. Peterson of Scotch Plans. There are fve grandchhdrtn. Mn, Hrsch s a member of the Order of the Eastern Star, Arure Chapter T, Order of the Amaranth, Cranford Court 94, and the Lades Ad fcctoty af the Unted Church of Chrst, tarwoed. Her hutbaad l a member af Aaure M«Mtc U*> m, the #M. Conautoty svt8 f ttftd degree, sad the Gwwt+d Aquare Club. Ha holds a goldtfl mmberamp card from the Brcklayera Unon #«. Wn* Tottng Party The latest knd of patty to travel at, Mlovng tha popularty of the "fondue" party, la the wne Tattng Party, The nmr favorte t at home on a patto, the lvng roam or famly room. A table or two, wnes and are the bascs, keynote s nformalty, the wnes are to to tasted, drunk and enjoyed. f there s any competton, ts among the guests n tastng games,-ndeed of the wnes. The tartfg tfarty often precedes or follows "0 meal, or s accompaned by."fnger foods.".a Mw booklet on- how to gve a Wne Tastng Party s how avalable free for the askng at 'Unted Rent All, 7te Central Ave. AT ALLAMUCHY LODGE PANTHER VALLEY t PANTHER VALLEY ROUT 57 s AlUMUCHY, N, J, Tn* mu$t N*M* «/ Hmt (20) _. F. ', ^ l'llkl Area Resdents Wll Sng Major Roles n 'Travota When the curtan opens Hay 6 on the Mddlesex Opera Company producton of "La Travata" n the Metuchen Hgh School audtorum, sngng the leadng rote wll be Westfeld's Sally Schmalenberger. Mm. Schmaleflberger has sung major roles n past productons of the Opera Theatre of New Jersey and has appeared wth the Chatham Opera Players, the Newark Symphony and the Choral Arts Socety af N.J. A professonal church solo- st, she s currently helpng to prodke a rock-folk opera, "The Ballad of rerdnand," wrtten by Noel Uaton of WestfekL Mrs. Bchmalenberger's performance «the ll-fated Voletta n the Verd opera wll mark her frst appearance wth the Mddlesex Opera Company. Lous Sffrro, basso wth the Metropoltan Opera Company for 8 Jrears, s drectng stagng. Muscal conductor s Davd Aurelus, of New Vork. n other major roles are Rchard Bump, whose opera afflatons nclude the Muscal Club of Westfeld, Actors Opera of N.Y.C., and the Cty Theatre of Manz, Germany; Jeanette Braam and Bernard Acker man, both of Metuchen, Ralph Brown of Helmetta and Theodore Kyak of Wetfeld. There wll be one performance only.. Tcketa may be reserved by callng tcket charwoman, Mrs. Jacke Frechtman. A dress rehearsal performance wll be gven May 4 for students. ' To Exhbt Scrapboolc The ntermedate Woman's Club of Westeld was awarded thrd place for ts scrapbook jn the State Federaton Arts and Crafts Contest at the Sprng Conference n March. Mrs. Kenneth (Prodo s n Charge of the book whch wll be on.dsplay at the annual conventon May n Atlantc Cty, MRS. FREDERCK E. CHHStAN Mrs. Chrstan To Address Church F " Women Unted Church Women Unted n Westfeld and vcnty wlu celebrate May Fellowshp Day, Frday, May 5, wth a sacrfcal luncheon at the Baptst Church on Elm Street at p.m., to explore the theme, "Behold the Woman.". (Mrs. H. J, Tucker, charman for the day, has announced ttt Mrs; Frederck E, Chrstan wll be the speaker. Mrs. Chrstan frow up n Afrca where her father wa head of Adanu College Semnary n Natal. She attended Oberln College and has a musc degree from Westmnster Chor College. n 900 Dr. and Mrs. Chrstan traveled extensvely n Asa vstng churches, schools ard hosptals and observng the work of Church World Servce among refugees. n 960 they were sent, as representatves of the Unted Presbyteran Church U.S.A., to South Afrca where they ntervewed many outstandng leaders. They also vsted other Afrcan countres ncludng Ethopa, Kenya and Zamba. n order to do somethng to help the 25 mllon refugees n the world, Colonal Hll Learnng Center Certfed by N, J. State Dept. of Educaton e ColUffe Traned Faculty e Specal Alt And Musc Teachers Morn ng and Afternoo. Sessona NURSERY SCHOOL KNDERGARTEN A.M. and P.M. Snacks P.T.A. Meetngs Well Equpped Playground! Drected Program Lmted Enrollment TRANSKMTATON MOV DD NOW ACCPTNO 973 PALL REGSTRATONS Scotch Plal, Mountansde, Fan wood, Westfeld. Clark Summer Comp, Ages 3-7 WESTFELD Mrs. Chrstan started an nternatonal Gft Shop n her faome of artcles made by refugees and msson projects, n order to help people help. themselves. The money from te sale of these artcles goes back to the country of orgn. Mrs. Chrstan has taught at summer conferences and Synod Tranng nsttutes. She s a member of Women's Plannng Commtte* o nternatonal Chrstan Unversty of Japan, P.E O., a sororty whch provdes scholarshps for graduate students from overseas, who wsh to study n ths country, and Planned Parvftltoed, where *he s a volunteer worker at the clnc n PlanffceM Snce the frst Hay reuawshp Day observances n law, church wsmeft have used ths 4*y to explore socal noeds n the communty. n recent years ths <tay haa hela*4 to promat* the Waatfeld Oar Care Center ard the CtcdeU MM* Project. Tcket* for tto lumhaoa mar b» obtaned from the lstener breach member church or Mrs. Kurt Wenke, Baby sttng wll be provded, but chldren should be fed before comng or come wth a sack lunch. Prnceton Alumn Gve Prvate Art 4 For Exhbton An mportant exhbton of pantngs ard other art ran collecton* of Prnceton Unversty alumn wll open May 7 n the unversty's Art Museum and wll contnue through June.. Many of the work* have never been publcly shown n the Unted States. One of these s Rembrandt's "Portrat of a Man." There wll be 37 Eurpoean and Amercan works ncludng 32 pant- ngs and 22 peces of sculpture. The man concentraton s n works of the 9th and 00th centures. Panters represented nclude Rubens, Rom* ney, Peale, West, Turner, Corot, Manet, Monet, Gaugn, Cezanne, Renor, Degas, Bonnard, Chagall, Matsse, Pcasso, Rouault, de Kan* dsky, Pollack, Wyeth. Selectons were made by a panel of art specalsts from both serous, wdely known collectors and from those wth only an amateur nterest n art. The exhbton s dedcated to the outgong presdent of the Unversty, Dr. Robert F, Goheen and hs wfe Fddler Receves Standng Ovaton "Fddler on the Roof" opened last week for a three-month >mn at the Paper Mll Playhouse wth a standng ovaton for Jerry Jarrett as "Tevye," Dolores Wlson as "Golde" and a frst-rate (supportng cast. The muscal, based on the Shalom A le c hem stores, s excellently cast, well staged aod performed wkh exuberance and senstvty. from 'Tradton/' sung by Tevye and the whole company, the pace of the show fathers momentum. "To Lfe/' Tevye and Lacar Wolf, played forcefully by Pyv Fnke, toast each other as Tevye premses ht daughter to Laaar Wolf. The danot, durttgrapbed by Bll Bugt, cwtar both Jewsh and Russan ethnc characterstcs, ftobet T. Wllams' settnff are magnatve wth sold boose, whch wngs open to reveal GoWe ktchen, capable of tufwtn* "the fddler," play* by Mchael -Potfwal; who fddles OR ttw roof. Stanley oble^ fracton gvw the bow * sawuwty «ttfeh to tfcncteu nd «fmb! today. Vsually *"* voelly, tt* company sparkles Jerry Jarrett U most Tevye n the scenes where he speaks to God about hu problems. When peakng to hs dauhters, who are ntent on bretkm down eld "tradtons," he s a papa whe putt hs foot down. But he knows tha the daughter* and a changng tmes have bestad hm! Dolores Wlson, wth yearn of opera rotes behhd htr, undersundably comes through wth vocal honors and s a mott convncttg actress. A second to those honors' s Efrteltf Munson who plays "Hodel/ the second of teye'f daughters. Cornne Kason as "Tzetel," Martn Vdnovc as "Perchk/* Lee Golden as "Motel" and Elzabeth Hale as "Chava" also turn n exctng actng and sngng -performances, Fddler" promses to be one of the great hts of Paper Mll's 44 year hstory. t s unjaded n spte of beng the longest-runnng muscal of all tme. t s an evenng of musc and humor wth an element of pathos that wll be remembered for a long tme, Performance* are on Tuesdays- Frdays at 8:30; Saturdays at 5 and 9:30; Sundays at 7:30; Thursday matnees at 2 p.m. Luncheon* Socal Ev«nft MlkeMoM, Route Promt MMttnot Creatve Arts Day Wnners Are Named Eleven members of the Woman's Ckb of Westfeld receved awards Thursday at the Sxth Dstrct Creatve Arts Day at Ztm Lutheran Church, Clark. Entres demonstrated a revval of early Amercan art and crafts: 4cle ware, pantng on w«od, dry flower arrangements and gold leaf work, n three classes, amateur, advanced and professonal. Frst place wnners nclude Mrs, Adethe Hopkns for a slver chest, foldlel on wood; Mrs, 'Wllam Oakley for dred flower arrangement and for professonal ok; Mrs. Wllam E. Bettg n he amateur muted meda and Mrs. J. R. Wess n mxed meda professonal and tll. Also Mrs, Danel Bass, advanced sculpture; Mrs. Henry J. Bogatko, water color; Mrs. F. Hed Slocum, advanced water color. Mrs. Harold Brennftft won n professonal chna pantng and receved a thrd place n ols. (Mrs. Frederck Grffn was ftvm honorable menton n advanced ols. Wnners wll fee judged n May at the New Jersey State Federaton conventon n Atlantc Cty. The Choraleers of the musc department were awarded a certfcate for ther rendton of the Club Song. t was wrtten <and drected by Mrs. Roy Segrft. Davd Hatfeld Exhbtng Art Davd Hatfeld, son of Mrs, Rchard HaUeld of 34 Cowperthwalte P. s exhbtng hs pantngs ths weekend n,a specal show at the Upstars Ar Gallery, m Bergen Ave., Jerwy Cty. Exhbtng wth hm s 'Margaret Colavto. Both are members of th WestfleM Art Assocaton. The art. fets wll be on hand to receve Sat urday and Sunday front -6 p.m. Mr. Hatfeld, a graduate of Scotcl Plans-Fan wood Hgh School, receved a 'B/F.A. degree at Mam Unversty of Oho. A full tme artst, le s a member of the Salmagund Club, A'APL, Knckerl>ocker Art Assocaton and Hudson Valley Art Assocaton. Hatfeld pants landscapes, stll lfe and portrats wth equal mastery n a bold mpressonstc manner, lsted n Who's Who tn Amerca, he has won many przes ncludng two frsts n, the..washngton Square Outdoor Art Exhbt. -, 'Mss ; Cfelavto s drector of the Upstars Art Studo and Gallery where she has been teachng ol pantng for the past fve years. She U noted for her use of color creatng atmosphere and sparkle n a varety of subject matter. ' \ Audtons Slated By Muscal Club \ * - t! \ F * Put t ot the cuff! You feet free and * secure n your easy famlar jeans.«but. a lttle bt of change never hurt a grt. so catch the fa 4» - cuffs roluups lned... Navy chno wth red $8,00 Seersucker shrts n Sold colors wth long sleeves $8*06 Puckered shrnks n red or navy $5.50 Audtons for actve membershp n the Muscal Club of WesUeld wll be held Wednesday, June 7. Applcaton forms and further nformaton may be obtaned from Mrs. Charles Holder, 530 Parkvew Avenue. Woman resdents of Westfeld, Cranford, Garwood,. Scotch Plans, Fan wood and Clark- are ehgble, The Junor Club, open to young musc students, boys and gvls, grades 8-, wll hold audtons Monday, May 22, at 7:30 p.m., n the home of Mrs. Frederck Walters, 404 Everson Place. Applcants may call Mrs. Walters for more nformaton. Solosts, accompansts, composers, ensemble and chorus applcants may audton, Solosts must perform from memory. Requrements for actve membershp are:. nstrumental solosts must play one number from the Classc perod, up to and ncludng Beethoven, and one number from the Romantc or Modern perod. 2. Vocal solosts must sng one song from each of the same perods and must provde ther own accompanst unless otherwse arranged, 3. Accompansts shall be prepared to play, at 24-hour notce, accompanments for any SODS the presdent may suggest. 4. Composers must submt and perform two compostons whch the audtons commttee shnl consder sutable for uso on a club -program, 5. Ensemble applcants shall audton as a unt n accordance wth the requrements for solosts. 6. Chorus npplcojls must rend musc at sght to the satsfacton of the Choral Drector and prove ablty to carry an ndependent voce n port-sngng, one sm 37 CENlTRAL AVENUE^ WESTFELD, N.] WDDlNO RECEPTONS SOCAL FUNCTONS PANO RECTAS MEETNGS Woman's Club FREE CUSTOMER PARKNG AT 32 ELMER STREET OPEN THURSDAY EVENNGS PHONE: or S, EUCLD AVB

11 Rake-Hoe Preparng For Plant Sale Plane for the Rake and Hoe Garden Club's plant sale wll be fnalzed at a full commttee meetng Aprl 36 at p.m. n the home of Mr*. James G. MoEkoy. All charmen wll report on progress for the May 2 event to be held at the home of Mrs. Peter J. Hydock, 06 Lawrence Ave. from tt a.m.-4 p.m. Ran date wll be May from 9 30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mr. EMM J. Westrlch, n charge of home grown plants, requests all members growng hortculture to transplant and groom specmens the week pror to the sale. Orders may (be placed by callng Mrc. Hydocfc or Mrs. MeElroy. Mrs. Law Ad** AAUW Chapter Beneft Mrs. Jane Law has desgned the posters for the gala game nght and card party of the Unon College chapter of AATW. t wll be held n the college cafetera on the Cranford campus at 8 p.m. Aprl * Proceeds wll go to the AAUW Scholarshp Fund. Mrs. Betty Ehrgott of Mountansde s newly elected presdent of the chapter. To Vst Centenary Wettfekl grls, matrculated members of the 974 class, who have been nvted to attend Centenary College for Women'* conference for ncomng students on the campu, Aprl 29, are Ann Smth, 7B Summt Aye.; Cyntha Stlwell,» Farhll Road, and Caren M*c3tnnon, Scuder Road. -! Sprng wouldn't be the same wthout new Strde Rtes. Especally Strde Rtes.thattook lke thfe!tve have all the latest styles. We also have the professonalsm to make doubly sure these shoes lt the same way they look. Strde Rle. The most trusted name n chldren's shoes. M TRDERTE ^m fthoc mffmmm A BLUE AND WHTE QULT, mate at qultng bee ttru the wlater by members M the Wcmu' Fell*wfMp, WU be ftr sale at the Frst CMgregaUtsJ Clwrd' A»th»e SMW whch *** TatWar DMrsOac at a.m. t wll r» hravgh Tfcuvdajr when cletuf htur s *m. «bmm w«rkl*«ok the gnecr-m-tle quu are Mrs. Deu Chmtagtta, left, ** Mrs. Etwartf Sdwtt. Chldren's Art Day n Park s Scheduled Chldren's Art (Day has been scheduled for Aprl 39 n Mndowaskn Park by the Junor Woman's Club of Wfttfteld from -5 p.m. Ran date s May 6. A puppet shew, "Pnnochlo Goes To School," wll be presented at 2 p.m. and agan at 4 p.m. Chldren representng all of Westfleld's elementary schools, Kndergartens through sxth grades wll be partcpatng. Donaton $.00 Tours Wth Glee Club Elzabeth M, 'Mack s a member of -the Salve Begns College Glee Chb whch gave concerts for fve days n Washngton, D.C. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mack, 829 North Ave. Awarded Bronze Key Wley Wllam Souba has been awarded a bronze key for rankng n te upper fve percent of the freshman class at Muskngum College. WESTFELD ANTQUES SHOW Slver Annversary Show FRST CONGREGATONAL CHURCH PARSH HOUSE 25 Elmtr Street, Wettfleld, N. J. TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY Aprl 25, 26, and 27 a.m. to 0 p.m. daly except Thursday ^closng 6.p.m. Lucheon :30 to :30 - $2.00 Country Store to 0 p.m. Eyecatchers Slver s Theme For Church's Antques Show Aprl To fajfhlfht the slver anversry theme of ths r«w't Antques Skew at the Frat Ceftfretatwaal Church, a number «f dealer* wll brng apecal collectons of alver. Among them wll to an st* century Sheffeld cfcamtoertk* wth snuffer, a collecton of Muvenlr spoons ad antque vaaea. The gleam of alver, the patna of Chppendale tablet and jewel tanea of Colonal tae pestng, au the sghts that act aa antque* lever's pulse racng, are beng assembled for ths popular event, one of the beat known antques ahow n New Jersey. t* wll be held for the tth year Aprl %, * and V at the church on Elmer St. Twenty-two dealers wll set up booths dsplayng old furnture, glass, chna, slver, and other mementoes of the peat on two floors of the parsh house. Women of the church fellowshp, who sponsor the ahow, have been buy for months dovetalng detals of ths slver annversary exhbt. Hundreds of tondcrafted and homebaked tems have been made to sell n a country atone, whch wll be adjacent to the antques. Many hours have been spent, too, testng and tastng the luncheons whch the women wll eetve n the cfeurth dnng room each day durng the show, from :30 p.m.-l p.m.: Reservatons wh be accepted for Wednesday and Thursday only. Furnture to be dsplayed wll nclude a Pennsylvana corner cupboard and dry snk, a pne Jam cupboard, a country Chppendale tavern table, a set of sx newly caned Htchcock chars end a 4th century Pre De (prayer bench for the home). '..... ' One dealer wll dsplay a freplace Attendng LWV Councl Today + Mrs. George h. Walker and Mrs. Robert Kerwn are representng the Westfeld Area at the Seventh Bennal Councl meetng of the League of Women Voters of New Jersey. Mrs. Walker s presdent and Mrs. Kerwn second vce presdent of the local organzaton. The meetng today at the Holday nn, North Brunswck, brngs together representatves from the 98 leagues to dscuss program focus and drecton for the conng year. Study and acton tems on the state level nclude educaton, legslatve structure ard procedures, tax reform, votng rghts, use of human resource*, and envronmental qualty. ** Report* wll be gven on the budget and voters servce actvtes. + mantel wth ron utensl once ued for cookng and a collecton of pewtor, whch «he calls "the poor man's slver." Other objects nclude jewelry, dolls. Orental scrolls, lamps wth handmade hades, handpantal chna and sandwch glass. Featured at the country store wll be a queen bed se blue and whte qult whch eleven women n the congregaton made durng the wnter at weekly qultng bees. Two artsts wll be on hand to cut slhouettes,, Ludy Ferrera of Mddlesex Tuesday and Wednesday from noun-* p.m. and Ruth Grabner of PtetfeM Thursday from 34 p.m. A demonstraton of rug hookng wll be gven each day by Mrs. Alce Beatty of Palnfeld. To celebrate ths annversary, a Slver Tea wll be gven at the church Wednesday, Aprl 36, for members and dealers. Guests of honor wu be past show charmen, Hours of the show are a.m.-0 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, and a,m.-4 p.m Thursday. Admsson s a one dollar donaton. Oo-charmen of ths year's show are Mrs. Randall Kun and Mrs. Wallace Gage. Photo Experts To Gve Travelogue A travelogue wth color sldes wll be presented by Dr. and Mrs. Lorrrrer Armstrong at 8 p.m. Apr. as at the Tcrrtt Junor Hgh School Scotch Plans. The event s sponsored by the travel department of the Woman's Club of Westfeld. Tfcte Armstrongs began ther photographc nterest wth l* mm moves n whch they specalzed for 30 years before dscoverng 36 mm color shdes and became actve n organzed photography. Dr. Armstrong now specalzes n moves and s an all-around equpment expert. Hs wfe specalzes n 35 mm exhbton work. doth enthusastcally record ther j photographc mpressons durng ther extensve travels. They have vsted 05 countres to date. Featured n ther travelogues are numerous candd portrats of people. n nature photography, they have specalzed n Afrcan anmals and brds, the wldlfe of the Galapagos slands, Antarctc puffns and the brds of the Everglades. The Armstrongs are members of the N.Y. Color Slde Club and the Planfeld Camera Club of whch ^Catherne Armstrong s past presdent, She has been tlhe wnner, at least once, of every trophy presented n both clubs to ther members. Tckets may be obtaned from any member of the travel department. Mrs. Russell Elsener, charman, s asssted by Mrs. Clarence Yoder, tckets; Mrs. Robert fymger. treasurer, -and Mrs. J. Russell Freeman, publcty. THE VESfUXD (N.J.) LEADER, TBUBSDAY, APRL», UTS Golfers TM Off Golfng outfts were, modeled at the annual luncheon meetng last week of the Eghteen Hole Woman's Golf Assocaton at Echo Lake Country Club. Models were Mesdames Walter Eckhart, Hunter Grant, Glenn Klnefelter and Rchard Pearce. (Dck Pearce announced that there wll be golf clnc Aprl 2 and Openng day of play was Tuesday. m ft/.- VS& tradtonal through ChooM as-. #.ft l Formng Sewng Clossts Creatve sewng classes for begnners, ntermedate and advanced students are beng formed hy Mrs. Sylva Nulman. An award wnnng graduate of Parsons School of Desgn, New York, she conducts the classes n her studo, 93 Brownng Ave., Elzabeth, durng the day and evenng to accommodate men and women wth dfferent tme schedules, VtX- beautful practcal m -v. 2 KM ST. Randal's Complete lne of Orthopedc Shoot DOCTOrS MUSCWPTONS ACCURATLY PLUD Wo Koop ACCUBAT MCOROS «f All RtttofT Mal RNUNDHt CAWS Frevldo FMSZ CHCKUM HANDCHflHCE "Moke RohdoKs a Famly Affar" Open Thursday Evenngs by RHR. Jaunty earrngs. Sprted pendants. Dauntless brooches. Spunky bracelets. All accents that capture complments. And add dmenson to your wardrobe. Masterfully executed by frfar. At rresstable prces) ' ELM & QUMBY STS. Open Dally ' 9 to 5:30 Thursday 9 to 9 ;>: Master Charge, Handl- Charge, Personal Charge, Budget and Lay-A-Way Plans toss m S vs: WESTFELD Alto Cranford 2 North Ave. W. Of The New Mountansde Pastry Shop,V '* S..!::>.:» Thursday Aprl 27th Come Vst Us and Enjoy Free Coffee and Goodes mm Brthday and Weddng Cakes Our Specalty OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK Tuesday through Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday and Holdays 8 a.m. to p.m. All Bakng Done On The Premses, ncludng Bread and Rolls Mountansde Pastry Shop 897 Mountan Ave. 232*9258 \ : t PEO Delegates For Conventon WesUeld chapters of P.E.O. nternatonal, a phlanthropc and educatonal organzaton for women, have chosen delegates for the 30th annual N.J. State Chapter Conventon Apr. 27 and 28 at the Nassau nn, Prnceton. Mrs. S. S. Anderson and Mrs. F. L. Feely, Jr. are representng Chapter E; Mrs. Robert Traxler and Mrs. C. H. Mul lend ore Jr., Chapter >N; and Mrs. T. C. Cory Jr. and Mrs. Donald C. Anderson, Chapter U. Mrs. M. H. Leonard of Chapter N, s recordng secretary of the state group whch represents over,200 members from 39 chapters. Mrs. R.A. 'Marshall of Chapter E, s conventon charman. Reports wll foe gven on the tlhree P.E.O. phlanthropc and educatonal projects. For the frst toennum of P.E.O.'s second century, the Educatonal Fund 'has granted over 7,600 loans. Through the P.E.O. nternatonal Peace Scholarshp over V/z mllon dollars have been allotted to,026 students attendng 245 schools >and representng 78 countres. These scholarshps arc awarded for graduate sludy n the Unted States and Canada wth the provson that the recpent wll return to her own country to work n the feld of her choce. 'Mss lannc Smpson of Golden, Colo,, feld representatve of Cottey Junor College for Women n Nevada, Mo., owned and supported by (he entre P.E.O. rombershlp, wll brng a progress report. Quests of Chapter l N. Thursday w)jl bo the Msses Tcdl Mullendorc, a senor; Pamela Hock and Vctora Hagcrman, junors at West- 'feld Hgh School. Mss Smpson wll be avalable Apr. 27 for conferences wth llgh school grls ntorostcd n Cottey Junor Collage. Senor Earns Honors Mary June Ko' of JMO Shadowhwn Dr. \R m honor roll student ul tlu Unversty or 'Florda n (unobvlllo. She s a.senlot n the Collogo of 'Educaton..* When you tee a carpet as lovely and elegant as Chateau, you mght not expect practcal performance too, But that's the bonus Karastan gves you n ths chevron textured plush beauty by weavng the ple of 00% Antron nylon. The 23 skendyed colors wll retan ther vvd clarty for years to come n a surface bult to resst wear, solng and crushng. t's stan-resstant, too. Ths s the knd of carpet value smart shoppers apprecate. sq. yd. CARPET CRAFTSMEN SNCE 986 TLE VNYL 234 East Broad St., Westfeld , Open Thursday 'tl 9 p.m. 333 North Broad St., Elzabeth , Open Mon. and Thun. 'll 9 p.m.

12 Nght Tours Added At Duke Gardens nght tours, featurng atotc lghtng, started last week at the Duke Gardens outsde of Somervlle. They wl be held Wednesdays and Thursdays. The nght tours are desgned to make -vstors forget tlhey are n a greenhouse and to make them beleve they are n a garden. They are an extenson of the daytme tours held durng the week. The lghtng gves a three dmensonal effect, sometmes romantc as jn the Froach Garden and sometmes «*r*e and mystcal as n the Tropcal Garden. Tle 3 gant greenhouses, buk n the arjy WQO's by James B. Duke, <b» tobacco magnate, were orgnally for use only n. commercal Motor growng and to supply the need of hs estate. Hs daughter, Mss Dors Duke, renovated them nto nternatonally famous ndoor European and Orental gardens and opened them to the publc. bey feature flowers one season of nature The gardens are open seven days a week. Advance reservatons are SP-F Recyclng Ste Moved To R.R. Staton The Scotch Plans-Fanwood Jaycees have announced that Aprl 29's (Recyclng Drve for paper, glass and cans has been moved from the Wllow Grove Swm Club, used for the last several drves. WUh tfle as s stance of Fanwood's mayor Theodore Trumpp, the Fanwood Ralroad Staton, south sde parkng lot, has been selected as the new temporary ste. Collecton hours are from 9 a.m. to p.m. on the day of collecton only. Although Jayceee wll be at Wllow Grove Apr. 29 to re-drect the unnformed to the Tran Staton, a word to eat'* acgfefcor. from the reader mght save a few steps all around. The Dav s the same, but the ste s the tran! Senor Clas* Presdent Grant Myers Butter more Jr. has been elected vce presdent of next year's aeaor class at Wcrt Vrgna Wesleyan College, fha aon of Mr. and Mrs. Butter mow,» Farmont Avenue, was a meqojmr ths year of the communty councl and served on the campus governng body's traffc commttee. A psychology major, he s a member of the swm team. 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To Char Conventon Mrs. Harold Kahn of Orenda Crcle s servng as charman of the 39th bennal conventon of the New Jersey Federaton of Temple Ssterhoods, Dstrct #4 of He Natonal Federaton of Temple Ssterhoods. The group wll convene Apr n Aabury Park. Rabb Charles A. Kroloff, sprtual leader of Temple Emanu-El, Westfeld, wll partcpate n a dscus- tot, "Are You Beng Educated For Jewsh Lvng." He wu dsuss "Who Comes Fn* Ssterhood n The Communty How Far?" Hghlght of Sunday evenng'* program wll be an orgnal show produced and acted by members of the SfetcrhMd of Temple Emanu-El. "Ply Me T The Moon" was wrtten by Mrs. Arthur Sommerfeld and d rectud by Mm. Rchard Good«on. The cast ncludes Mefdames George Saltman. Paul Rackback, Harry Schldhau, Stanley Corwn, Lee Stem and Warren Vctor, accom* panut. (Local women wrvng on the con ventoo commttee nclude Mn. Lawrence Fredland, Mrs. Lou KM«kr and llrs. Rackback. Mn. Kahn, n former presdent of the Ssterhood of Temple Emau-E, s a trustee of the Jewsh Federaton of Eastern Unon County and secretary of the board of trustees of Temple Emanu-El. Long actve n local affars, she s specal events charman for Westfeld Grl Scouts and s a delegate to the Washngton flock Councl, Grl Scout* of Amer ca. Mrs. Kahn s also past matron and past dstrct deputy of the Order of The Golden Chan. Antques Show Sunday At Temple srael The sxth annual antques show and sale staged by the Ssterhood of Temple srael of Scotch Plans and Fanwood wll be held Sunday from 0:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the temple on Martne Ave. The newly enlarged show wll feature antques to satsfy vared tastes of collectors. There wll be dsplays of art glass, porcelans, slver, prmtves, Jewelry, furnture, clocks, tns, pantngs, and collectbles. Luncheon, tea, and dnner wll be served. Managers of the show are Mrs. Berton Burros, Mrs. rvng Kaplan and Mrs. Sdney Cheser. Program Antcpates Poltcal Conventons Antcpatng the poltcal conventons, the lterature and drama dea partment of the 'Woman's Club-ol Wesfeld wll hear a program at :30 p.m. Monday dscussng the book, "The Glorous Burden, The Amer can Presdency" (by Stefan Lorant. Mrs. J. Russell Freeman, charman, wll'toe asssted by Mrs. Harrson Cory and Mrs. Jay B. Tomlnson. Tea wll toe served by Mrs. Robert Barbour, Mrs. Wllam R, Bagger and Mrs. Harold H. Bracher. Secretares Week s Aprl The 2st annual Secretares Week wll be observed Aprl accord ng to Mss Donna Ayers of Scotch Plans, presdent of the "Unon County Chapter of the Natonal Secretares Assocaton (nternatonal). Members of the chapter wll be honored at a buffet Sunday by the management of the Wnfeld Scott Hotel, 'Elzabeth. Secretares and ther bosses wll be feted at the executve luncheon Aprl 27 at Colona Country Club. v ft CHAN to *«s«s4l«f tte wsdc «Mrs. Gccrge hartf (Pat) * M7 Lavrettee Av#., la mm * brr wtosws. Pat 0he»kartf s tfftsftorsf h*r s M esllmttan mmute* la wasal smlag. Exasaales «f s>»aaaage #s4 ertwell work arc ahawa «laa«wttt atruag maa>ls af tfecaraletf a*4 cave«4 wwte aasheu. Pat Saephart wffl aecea rsswwslsa far jtlmlur wark.» Keel s Superb Man of La Mancha At Meadowbrook Howard Keel makes a mafvelous Don Quxote wth hs magnfcent voce and physcal stature n "Man of La Maretta" now playng at the Meadowbrook, Cedar Grove. ' Whle hs heght sad buld (he s sx loot four) domnate the scene, hs actng s always related to those about hm..hs TKH Quxote ranges the gamut of the romantc knght's fantases. Keel has a dstngushed supportng cast. The fery strumpet, Aldanza, s played by Gay lea Byrne who dsplays an endurng strength ttrough extremely rough and tum ble man-handlng She has played the role on Board way as has Lous Crscuolo as Sancho, devoted to hs master and hs msadventures because " lke hm. really lke hm." The Padre s played by Harold Brown wth splendd voce. Hs rendton of The Psalm s outstandng. Jack Dabdoub as governor and nnkeeper, s also a man of sze and voce. Another beautful voce belongs to flenato Cbell cast as the Duke and Dr. Carasco. The muscal opens wth a 30 foot starcase from the upper level of the dnner theatre to the stage n <the round below where prsoners, ncludng Cervantes, awat the call of the nquston. Cervantes defends hmself n a mock tral before the other prsoners by actng out the stores he had wrtten about Don Quxote fnd Sancho. "Man of La Mancha" s an ntellectual, concert muscal wth thoughts to carry home and to lve by n the quest for the mpossble dream of lfe. Ths producton s makng theatrcal hstory at the Meadowbrook. Peddlers' Far Saturday To Ad Two Worlds The Peddlers' (Far of the Two Worlds Servce Commttee wll be held Saturday from 0 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Fanwood Tran Staton, north sde parkng lot. (Ran date s Sunday, -5 p.m.) The browser s sure to fnd many a temptaton for a "spendng spree" n the dverse selecton of crafts, antques, art works, boutque tems, culnary delghts and hand sewn or knt goods. n addton to organzng the event, women of the commttee, war.t to accommodate a publc desrng to spend a lesurely day. There wll be a refreshment stand wth hero sandwches, franks, soft drnks and cotfee. Dessert tems arc beng baked by members of the Jaycee-ettes, (Newcomers, former Newcomers and tlhe commttee's own "sustanng" members. Moderately prced gfts wll be featured at the commttee's own booth, -ncludng damask pllows and pllow slps. Several teenagers have made unusual candles and another wll present an orgnal assortment of hand panted statonary, Mother's Day cards, brth announcements, recpe cards. Proceeds of the Peddlers' Far wll go toward the purchase of a 'Renassance House for emotonally deprved chldren n He Unon County area, Ugon Auxlary Rummage Sob. A rummage sale.wll be held n«tt Frday, Aprl 2B, from 9 a.m.-9 p.m. at the Amercan Legon Port Home* 003 W. Nortt Ave. Mrs. Ruth ' Barrett, sale 'charman; has announced that all proceeds wll go nto lte Auxlary presdent's project for ths year. There wh be many tems tor sale, ncludng a large selecton- of clothes, furnture, dshes and. whte ejephants..,.. Anyone wshng to.donate sale tems may delver them to the Post Home Thursday evenng, Aprl 27, after 7 p.m. on, '*'* re backless ; season lters Bras Jose FerrarTo Stage Gann Schcch, Paglcc Opera Theatre of New Jersey wll close ts opera season at Symphony Hall, Newark, Sunday, Aprl 30, at 6 p.m. wth the presentaton of two one-act operas: Puccn's comedy, "Gann Schoch" and Leoncavallo's verstc tragedy " Paglacc." Jose Ferrar wll be featured n the lead role of Gann Schcch. He wll also stage Abe opera. Jerome ples necks fash others stock made wth the that they LAST Francsco Opera tenor, James Mc- Cray, as Cano. Leadng bartone of La Scala, Mlan, Peno Franca, wll sng Tono, markng hs Amercan debut Jose Ferrer wll stage Paglacc as well, whle sets and Lo Monaco, leadng tenor of the costumes for both productons are by Deutscheoper am 'Rben (Dusseldorf, Sorman of Mlan, taly. Germany) wll sng the role of Alfreo SUpgn, musc drector of Rjuucco. The Austran soprano, Opera Theatre, wll conduct bolh Ute de Vargas, wll make her debut operas. Hubert L. Fessenden s producer. wth Opera Theatre of New Jersey as Lauretta. Summt's Anton a Remanng tckets are avalable Ktsopouos s cast as Zta, matrach at Opera Theatre of New Jersey, of the Donat famly. 08 Broad Street, Newark, New " Paglacc" wll feature Unon's Jersey 0702, Telephone reservatons Lnda Hemall as Nedda and Sanare accepted, 33rd ANNVERSARY 4 DAYS! CELEBRATON Mwty n durng tht lent 3 doyt of Mock n Amerca's 33rd Annlvtrtory Cdtbrotten. offerng top valuot at ntvtr btfo*. Thank You for 33 ytors of loyal potronago and makng Mod* n Afnorca tho Loadng. '. ' ' Compltto HovtowarH Ctntor n tht arta. MADE N AMERCA Of EN THURSDAY fjlqhts 'Tl 9 P.M. FREE PARKNG AFTER 6 P.M A HAND CHARGE MASTER CHARGE BANKAMERCARD Unt of Orthopedc Shoot DOCTOR'S PRESCRPTONS ACCURATRY HUB) Whotovor Amount of TME, SKLL and PATNC t requred wo glvo t gladly and courteously Bunny Wttenberg Junor Elsn Gall Halm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. T. Holm, 95 Slerwood.Plewy,, a Junor at Wttenberg Unversty, has been named to the dean's lst for the wnter term. Fashon Show To Ad County Cancer Unt LLYETTE'S BRA - Converts to halter. Featurng low sdes, plunge front and low, low back to accommodate the latest n fashon. Black or whte. $7.00 CHAta 63 E. BROAD ST. AD OPEN THURSDAY NGHTS UNTL 9 w. "Tf.nuw.M-l A "Bon Voyngo" fashon.show and cocktal.pnrty wll he hold Wednesday evennfcvmny 'A,nl Slnckmwxon Country Club as n.beneft for the Unon County Unt, Awc-lem Cunccr Socety. Tckets wll not be nvnllnble nt UK- door. 'Kurller nformllon ntcl tcket* nny le ohtnlnwl hy cullng the Amercan 'Ctmecr ftoclrly Offce, WoBlmlnaler Avenue, Elzabeth. MLADY SHOP 67 E. Broad St., Westfeld OPEN THURSDAYS UNTL 9 P.M. MKAMHCA

13 mnmr. Semnary Students Collegan Named To Post Weekend Guests Four graduate students from Prnceton deologcal Semnary wll be guems ths weekepd of the Presbyteran Church. Tfoey are Dat Jn Park from Korea, Peter C.S. Matovu from Uganda, Hlaro M. Gomez Jr., from the Phlppnes and Gladstone K. Donalds from Jamaca. All four are leaders n Chrstan work n ther home countres and hope to return there after completng advanced work at tte semnary. They wll speak to varous church groups Sunday. Saturday nght they wll meet wth members nfth e homes of Mr. and Mrs. F. Eugene Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Haase. 'Mr. and Mrs. E. W. LaOue and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schundler wll be ther hosts. ' Cathy Corcoran, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Corcoran of 28 Cof Edge Road has been named the charman of socal commttee at Randolph-Macon Woman's College. FoTnerly of Lma, Peru, she s a junor socology and anthropology major. Socal Structure Topc Of Panel Talk How present male/female socal Structure destroys many potentally beautful relatonshps and the role of the black woman n the femnst movement were among the major ponts presented n a women's panelforum Frday at the Planfeld Campus of Unon College by members of the Natonal Organzaton of Women, college nstructors, and studenu. Speakers ncluded Mm Gladstone, presdent of the Unon County Chapter of NOW. r. - *.<lt fe: V * *^F' mm * - ' - s t^v K'S*! C/, 'J^;^ ^v^: ^f '<r> p^ W vp^w j&f - '*)->'> ^ *J!-r,,.. ';, s v ^f :^ ^ X LoCoste Knt "Allgator" Shrt M whle Cooks shows you the scenc grandeur of our Great West..n style! Tral, dtyg, Mlf-drhrt etr from L M AsffclM. SM. Tfc. OW WN, 4 <Uy,Mcortod, tnm Dtnvtr.Fwu *40. rnfu* U A*r*, «cortc4, nm Fntlud. tto. «T Ktrthwct, 6 dayf, «cart«4 fm Y«UwrtM. Wtm j 6 day, escorted, from Santa Ft. «*. Cnfe Wwt, va tmng 6 <Uy#, wortcd. FMM CMo** Vnm ft*. Bttf *" WM. VU tnln, 2 dy», Meorttd. From Cklctfo. tram»«t.» AlMfeu, «dtp, ueortod, plna cnlw. Tnm rl COOKS ALWAYS c«mv TUVL COOKS CHQUU Trave 22 ELM ST., WHTFHW :HATHAM SUMMT MUTOWN r" There Great NC UEAKTH Names Sandals thnk more one; BERNARDO -J. And Bernardo's "Bg Sur" s a whole new way for sandals to look. n supple leather, rchly colored and contrast sttched wth whle. Small, medum, large and extra-large szes, $5.00 «*. «5«' *. * QUMBY t CENTRAL, WESTFELD YOUNG ENGLSH actresf S U M Georf* * *t a M* career boot from ter rale n the grm am, "The Straw p«c." Her problem BOW aot to be too cesf! or fbe fear he wll lose out oa love. Nurse Afflaton Program Dscussed Mrs. Jean Hanun, assstant drector of the School of Nursng at Muhlenberg Hosptal spoke before the Auxlary board Monday at the hosptal, Mrs. Hamm noted that ths year was the frst tme scholarshp mones have been used for the new afflaton program wth Unon College, Cranford. The Auxlary scholarshp a war dee, Mss Patrca Marcman, of sln has avaled herself of ths program. Mrs. Hamm stated that students have had to make major adjustments carryng a heavy academc schedule ths frst year. Besdes ths, the nursng student {has tme n the clncal area. There are G9 students n ths year's class, 87 students have been recruted for the fall. Twgs that have presented funds for use n the Cobalt Buldng are: Cypress, $200; Bayberry, $50; Forsytha, $25; Hosptal, $35; Lnden; $75: Wllow. $50. The next meetng of the auxlary board wll be at 0 a.m. May 5. GOT A GKPET WHTE THE KDTOR dozen n*'-".",.-;-:. p -^ L" >: «:.» '-..-,' :.- 4-^ 'V- ' Open Dnllr *fll Thuratnr NHe 'tl 0 Us«your Mater-Chargo or Hand-Charga Student Nurse Capped Seventy-two student nurses were capped Aprl 9 n tradtonal Florence Nghtngale ceremones at Lankenau Hosptal, Phladelpha. Among them was Cha/lcne Ma ths, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Kenneth Math s of 64 Hanford PL, Westfeld. The. program marked completon of the sx-month pre-clncal perod of the 33-month nursng course. Lankenau, whch marks ts 2th annversary ths year, was one of the frst hosptals n the country to feature a professonally traned nursng servce. n 884 t establshed a professonal nursng corps wth the mportng from Germany of.seven -Lutheran Deaconesses who had traned at the Kaserwerth Motherhouse, an nsttuton whch also lsts Florence Nghtngale among ts alumnae. Under the drecton of the Deaconesses, a nursng school was launched n School Fnancng Topc Tonght For AAUW The Mountansde lacauw wll have Dr. -Edward W. Klpatrck as ts speaker ths evenng at 8 p.m. n the Mountansde Lbrary. He s assstant commssoner of educaton for the State of New Jersey. Hs topc wll encompass the recent decson of Judge Bolter con cernng school fnance and the proposal of the State Tax Polcy Commttee as t relates to school fnance. Guests are welcome, The Artst's n 'Resdence seres wll contnue at 0 a.m. Aprl 24 at 449 Deer Path,.Mountansde, to vew jewelry crafts by the Rev. Elmer Talcott. Members and frends are nvted. New members wll be welcomed to a" "Cheese and Chal," event at 8:30 pn. Apr. 27 n the home of Mrs. Rchard Wenzler. Those nterested are asked to contact Mrs. Julan Lewtlt. Frendshp Guld Members of the Frendshp Guld of the Frst Baptst Church wll vst the Baptst Home n Newark Tuesday, Aprl 25, leavng from the church at 6:30 p.m. The program wll be musc by the church tro, Mrs. Harold Hammar, Mrs. Harold Shll, and 'Mrs, Jack Apaugh, Mrs. Robert Thatcher s n charge of refreshments. tyourchud s buyng tots off model arplane glueask lo see the arplanes. Clue mffng U ducuued on pag«26 of tht Federal»otrc«bookt "Answers lo he mol frequently ked qucllon about drug abue.". For your fret copy tend n Ht coupon below* Drug Abua Quttlon nd Anwm Ntloml CUrnghouM for Dn Abu. nformtlon lox mo, Wuhlnlon, o.c 3N Nm AddttNr Cty Stlt 2!pt dvtrttln t* Urn»nhll M4 Status symbol for sportsmen ol over the world. The mported French cotton knt shrt that's so comfortable even status-haters love t. Whte, blue, brown, red, yellow, navy.-m XL.00 Men's Shop, Tepper's Street Floor Planfeld and Short Hlls Mall...'»!'; j. \ - * Desert Classc by Hathaway Sero.us golfers apprecate the freedom of ths soft cotton lsle knt shrt... neat placket front', handy button flgp pocket. Washable, n whte, navy, yellow, brown and champagne. S,M,L,XL 5.00 w Men's Shop, Tepper's Street Floor Planfeld and Short Hlls Mall W L >..) V ' / London Fog Golf Jacket ' Great for cool mornngs on the lnks... protecton from wnd and ran.., comfortable acton dacron/cotton, nylon lnng. Tan, navy, lght green, yellow Men's Shop, Tepper's Street Floor PlanfltTdW Short Hlls. r ' Arnold Palmer Golf Slacks * Play lke a champon n doubleknt slacks of 00% >olyester... beltless, straght eg model,,. red, eagle blue, navy, chestnut brown, canyon gold Men's Shop, Tepper's Street Floor Planfeld and Short Hlls Mall

14 Twns Earn Honors Sharon and Cheryl Mll, twn daughters of Mr. and Mrs Robert C. Mll of 873 Vllage Green, have attaned dean's lst standng at Oho Unversty where they are junors. Sharon s studyng n the College of Communcaton and Cheryl n the Colkge of Educaton. Eorns Sem«fr#r Honors Mchael Kamns has been named to the dean's lst for the frst semester by Junata College, Huntngdon, Pa. A graduate of Westfeld Hgh School, he e the son of Mr. and Mra. Ncholas T. Kamns. f«e WSTTTCtD (N.J.) LEADEE, THWDAT, S TME HUNNNO OUT FOR YOUR CHLD N SCHOOL? Tha Khool yaqr U mora than half oy#r and that learnng problem ddn't go away, dd t? Floa Marfctf Openng At HazUt Drv«-ln He Route 35 Drve n Theatre, Hazlet, wll hort: a Flea Market every Saturday and Sunday begnnng Aprl 22 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. t wll be sort of a somethng for everyone atmosphere, wth antques <rf all knds at bargans galore. One may fnd the unusual long sought for that corner n the home. Or one can sell that old chest n the basement. Admsson s by the car load for buyers and by the space for sellers. There s a free playground for chldren. Refreshments.are avalable. Your chld can Mrth us wth prafatranal tram MONX t Talng pnponts where help t needed. A program t desgned for your chld* TUTORNG S N YOUR HOME, Learnng t accelerated. Progress t montored closely and coordnated wth the schools. Ovaranteed mprovement n road ng, moth and tootlng for grades -2. Call now for testng wthout fee. Before underachevng becomes a way of lfel 22 LNOX AV WtSTrlltD, N. J. West feld * R«d Bank Metuehen Mlllburn - Eflt Brumwlclc - Nut ley Brdes Welcome Gfts from The Garden of Pape Everythng you noed for Brdal Showers, ncludng umbrella rentals. Cards Chna Party Goods Gfts Glassware Decoratons 4 The Garden of Paper CLASKTON SHOPPNG CENTER CLARK, N. J _. J *» j -» < - '., ' Fra* Parkng e Preo 0 ft Wrappng 930 to 830 Men. thru Sot. MASTER CHARGE UN-CARD HANO CHARGE HELCOPTER PLOT AT ELM STREET SCHOOL Geerge Meet, traffc warer ** WOR Ratfto a«t m ««Uee areseatetm mkmt n>- Utg at Etm Street flefceal recently. The shees were m cemeteellea ef juaay very vm tgms «f New Yerk «* New Jersey aat teme ateture» ef jremwn traffc UwNtns, all ef wfckfc were sakea by Mr* twer ke BreeslaUee Mr. Meet COMNG EVENTS APRL 20-<Earth Day Semnar, Wcttleld Hgh School, 7:30 p.m. 20 Home and School Assn. of Holy Trnty Elementary School, 8:5 OPEN THURS. NTES 'Tl 9 rt halter dmtts.,. a bare majorty The bg favorte of most sophstcated, junors,th^ ' season are long halter dresses. Our ore super n on endless varety of halter tops. Sze* 5 to 3. $20 to 44 en nouse 08 OUMBY STREET Most credt cards accepted SPECAL Shrts & Tops reg. x QQ* zes 5-5 $9 - $3?«S/ Mr L knt tops, stretch lace, gngham checks, solds; shrts and blouses. Currently sellng n stores for to $3. a «wfttlea eat p.m. 30 Carnval fponwed by Sub Jr. Woman's Club, Westfeld Communty Center, a.m.-a p.m. 2 Welcome Wagon luncheon, Rods 890 Ranch House, Convent Staton, 2 Antque* department, Woman! ClUb, prr 22 Foothll Club dnner dance, Florbam Park Country Club, 7:30 p.m. 22 Recyclng Center for glut, paper. South Ave. ralroad acton parkng lot, 9 a.m.4 p.m. 22 GOP State Fnance Commttee dnner, WestfeW Armory, 7 p.m. 22 (Newcomers Club Box Socal, Rescue Squad Buldng, 8:90 p.m. 23 Puppet show sponsored by ORT, We&tfeld Hgh School, 2 p.m. 4 duterature and drama department, Woman's Club, :30 p.m. ^5 New members department, Woman's Club, -3 p.m. 25,26,37-WeuteM Antques Show, Frst Congregatonal Church, U a.m.-o p.m. Hours Thursday a.m.-2 p.m Sprng partes, Senor Auxlary to Chldren's Specalzed Hosptal Shaokatnaxon Country Club. 26 TYavelogue, oenettt lor Woman's t Club of Westfeh, Terrll Junor Hgh School, Scotch Plans, 8 p.m. 25 Homemakers' Day program, Ex-. tenson Councl, The Westwood, Garwood, 0-2:30 p.m. 26 Slver Tea annversary of Antques Show, Frst Congregatonal Church, church parlors, 26-Martn Wallberg Auxlary, post! tdme, 8:30 p.m. 27 Modern Dance program, Westfeld Hgh School, 8:5 p.m. 27 Garden department, Woman's Club, 9:30 a.m. 28 Westfeld Republcan Commttee, annual dnner dance, Mountan sde nn, 7:30 p.m. 28 Rummage sale, Martn Walberg Auxlary, Amercan Legon post home, 9 a.m.-9-p.m; 29 Westfeld Assembly dance, Shorl Htfc CM»,» ogaoert, WaatfaU Mart Gke Club, Weatfed Hgh ja Car wash, bake sale sponsored by Sub Jre. Woman's Club, Joe's Amoco Staton, South Ave., 0 a.m.-4 p.m.» Chldren * Art >ay sponsored by Junor Woman's Club, Mndowaskn Park, -5 p.m. Ran date s May 6. aur 2 Annual dnner and scholarshp awrd, College Woman's Club, Wally's. 5 May Fellowshp D*y, Church Women Unted, Baptat Church, p.m. a Flower 8hov, Junor Garden CM* of Area 4, VWCA M p.m. l~poot CoocMt, WettfttW Hgh School, :5 p.m. 7-Spaghett Dnner, Westfeld Exchange Club, Edson Junor Hgh School, 2 noon-7 p.m. 8 Planned Parenthood Tr County League dnner, annual meetng, home of Mrs. Alden Loosl, 927 Rahway Aye., Planfeld. Dnner 7 p.m., meetng 8 p.m. 9,0 Annual dessert brdge-fashon show, Rosary Altar Socety of Our Lady of Lourdes Church, 6 p.m. Welcome Wagon coffee for prospectve members, S Annual Plant Sale, Rake and Hoe Garden CWb, at Mrs. Peter Hydock's, 06 Lawrence Ave., 0 ajn.-4 p.m. Ran date: May 3, 9:30 am.-a p.m. l-garag Sale for Westfeld Day Care Center, 330 HUkde Ave. Ran date May Chorale Arts Socety, Brahms' Requem, Frst Baptst Church. 3 Recyclng Center, glass and paper, South Ave. ralroad staton, 9 a.m.-4 pjn. 3-Far. Holy Trnty Elementary School, a.m. e Home and School Atra. Holy Trnty Elementary Scfaeol :5 p.m. 6 Mountansde Garden Club, standard flower show, Westmnster Hall of Presbyteran Church, -8 p.m., 20 Westfeld Art Assocaton Sdewalk Art Show, Mndowaskn Park. Ran date June Westfeld Art Assocaton Cultural Day teen-art exhbt, Wateunk Room, Muncpal Buldng. 22 Audtons, Junor Muscal Club, home of 'Mrs. Frederck Walters, 404 Everson P., 7:30 p.m. 27 Recyclng Center, glass and paper, South Ave. ralroad staton, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. JUNE Westfeld Hstorcal Socety, Wateunk Room, Muncpal Buld ng, 8?p.m.» ;.. 3-< ( Fe*dmand The Bull" rock opera, Methodst Church, Beneft of Westfeld Day Care Center. 3 Westfeld Servce League pcnc. 7 Audtons, Muscal Club of Westfeld. 0 Recyclng Center for glass and paper, South Ave., ralroad staton, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 8 Baccalaureate servce for Westfeld Hgh School senors, 6 p.m. Wcetfeld ffat School, «p.m 2ft-We*fed publc **ook dosefor summer,, 24 Recyclng Center for glass and paper, South Ave., ralroad staton, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Honor Student* Vctora. Mller of «? Doran Hd. and Dorothy T. Burke td Mountansde have been cted Cor superor academc achevement for the fall semester at the Unversty of New Hampshre. Cted At Rd*)r Rder College students who attaned the past semester dean's lst nclude Eleen Harwood, «Wllow Grove Ave., School of Educaton, and Madelne Guroan, as Summt O., School of Lberal Avs. AL RUDDY, yrtdew at "The Ge4fta*r r " t 4 down'bds af betk lllen to wrtte kt ef hary pramem ov<4ve4 la the mobf afthe nmk. He'll to utttm wttk pvsv k acclam, maaty tm, ktfdally, seme Acawny Awards. cverustnqly by A EXQUSTE SOllTARE FROM d UNUMTEC DESOMEflS AMD MANUFACTURERS OF PRECOUS JEWELRY SNCE 02 open Mon. Thurs. Frl. tl 9 2» N optn Thursday and Frday 9 Rtdftwood Paramut MorrW«m s Dalkatessan AMDWC LOCATED trvtwnt ltatt«tt AT 092 Popular Demand Commencng at A nuw oltoroton for tho gonoral publc. You can now brng your alteraton problems to our now oxpandod department. Wo have added new equpment, experencd seamftretses, all at your tervce. Fast servce f requested. Satsfacton guaranteed Mademoselle Each Adler damond graded for color, cut. prefect on, proporton. Come n for your FREE copy of our nformatve boo Wet, Let's Talk Damonds l V SB 05 Qumby St. Wetfeld, N. j. & Cf l me TAL SRV '72 fashons by Lord West a advertsed n "Modern Brde," "Brtlcs," etc. Vast YareLy o shrts and accessores wo wlt clean and prcorve tlo brdes weddng gown (mnmum 6 null rentals) ROUTE 27 (Cor. S. GeorgtVg Ave.) At R.R. OVERPASS, RAHWAY Open Dully 0 A.M.-9 P.M. Snlurduy o 6 P Sprngfeld Avenue Westfeld,N.J.

15 V: ROCK HCMOPT ftmwe M r the Parlle to m*k AMrM M teck to!/* fr wr wntcts flmte, *l*«r D*r," ww P#M Mwtta, He'll N k fall to NK' MoMU* ulkt m Mytory Mrr COUPON tlllf Chtta? Tht Wth Wtt Ceremones Today For Nursng Students Fnnng and cappng ceremones or 50 Practcal Nursng students wll be conducted today at Unon County Techncal nsttute, Scotch Plans. A pn wll be awa-ded to Dens* Ruotolo of 839 Knollwood Terr, who has completed academc requrements of the program and wll begn clncal nstructon. Students to be capped, markng the half way mark n the one year program nclude Beth Juntla of 754 Castleman Dr. and Helen Smth of 525 Trnty PL On Honor's lst More than 2,000 of Bowlng Green (Oho) State Unversty's ttjm USdergraduate students have been named to the wnter quarter honor's lst, Those from WestfeM are Roger Hens, «B4 Doran Rd. t and Pamela Gatoreath, 5M N. Chestnut St. Maryknoll Guld Brdge Tne Maryknoll Ssters Gtrld of New Jersey wll bold U 3th amal brdge on Saturday, May 3, at Mayfar Farms, West Orange, wth a luncheon rather than an evenng party. Proceeds wll go to tte Schol- vbp Fund. CALL COLLECT "SUM eusss (20) 7*77 ORMArON FROM AdltR ARAlUUd DESGNERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF PRECOUS JEWELAY SNCE W. St. BMfys Avt** LMN open Mon. Thurs, Fr. tl 9 29 N. AVMK m%t t WttfftM open Thursday and Frday 'tl 9 Rldtwood Paramu Merrlttown fa omethng New For 72 * Am For your convenence our Nursery and Garden Center has expanded ts facltes to accommodate the growng need for qualty plant materals and home gardenng supples. Our new hours for Sprng are as follows: Thursday and Frday open'tll 8:00 KM. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday 8:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Sunday 9:30 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. &J* THE WE8TFELD AREA CHAMBER «f Cwaen* to brt.g «U p$u preftftfeats 4*rl»f Chamfer «l CmMfct Week, A#r. 2ttl... «f Cwmr;fto»»*!»«* MenkmUp chalnm el «heclumber «n*alfa w» *e bem feraf *f a tme. The WeatfleM Afea CtaWfctr el Cwfrw term flv«t v, Clark, Garweed, *Uv*»m4e PtelM, «* WertAeM. At h»l*» trtttntam pewt M a»4 tafertrfm k ttew mu are urge* U Hn totaf (Ms tmneljr C*MT»UM. la H U CfcMfctr ef CMtuntft* Week t f the 0* MaJversary ef Che Chanher;,. : -" - mmm her* M MM jmmm «f the Ctamher «l Cemmerce C R. Wewafe <lf *7l, Rehert Lee (MS- «), ftatt* Mller <N»>, HerM* K. CotUa Jr, UW7). McfcaH TMrale? (MS44) # Wllam flhefbenl (W), Arthur WMttt <M7> ajtf RMMU Wy«ff <tm», Mwlag from the attar* arc E4w«rt Wa * UN), H. K«elh Malhb (Ml), (Wet At««a* <Mft>', «U*u> RM. <!««> a*4 lutry GaUMU U«8). The lae Retaa MarM mea^ramtm M lho a* the late Hevy P«nen la MM. Chamber of Commerce to Mark ] " ' ". '. 29th Year of Communty Sen ce Twenty years.ol servce totbas* natftry and the communty Wll be observed the week of Apr. 24 when the WestffcM Area Chamber of Commerce marks ts 20th annversary. Robert Segel, presdent of the Westleld Chamber, descrbed the organzaton as "the focus for commerce and communty, unted n a common effort of progress, progress, prosperty and servce." The Westfeld Area Chamber of Commerce was organzed on Apr. 27. MB, as the Wetf/eld Busneu Aasodaton whjh 25 pad members. t was ncorporated as a Chamber of w* { -* Commerce on Dec. 7, 957. t has snce ts ncepton supported t h e busness ard professonal nterests Of the communty wthout losng sght of the specfc needs of the Tedenu t serves, Mr. Segel sad. Wth *he 20th annversty sgnallng a membershp drve, the presdent cted specfc advantages of a Chamber of Commerce to the communty. t "To the busnessman," he sad, "the Chamber represents a sngle voce, a powerful voce, n makng known to the publc offcals the needs of the busness communty. "t also serves hm as a watchdog of federal, state and local legslaton that may effect hm. The legslatve commttee wll report on all legslaton affectng busness and ndustry gvng the ndvdual an opportunty to regster hs personal support qr opposton to these meaures. "Busness nterest are also served n the solctaton control polcy and *he. alarm system. The solctatons control polcy lmts the burden placed on ndvdual retalers by the more than 300 cvc and communty organzatons seekng contrbutons, whle' stll permttng them ^partcpate n support of these organzatons.. ''The.solctaton control polcy requres all those seekng support from retalers n gfts or monetary contrbutons to reguster wth the Chamber. Gft certfcates are ssued to those organzatons on a rotatng bass, placng an equal and modfed burden on each retaler. "The alarm alerts all retaners to bad or stolen checks that may be crculatng n the area. t llustrates. Mr. Segel ponts out, the close cooperaton between the local polce departments and the Chamber. Close tes wth the Fre Department are llustrated n last year's Fre Preventon Week Program when the Chamber and the Fre Department cooperatvely dstrbuted place mats and napkns to local eatng establshment* llustratng the doe's and don'ts of fre preventon. '."He ndustral communty s also served through legslatve commttee, alertng ndustry to lgslatlon,. v **t ' - J- fhb WE8TFTCLO (N.J.) LEADER, THURSDAV, APRL 2#, Pag«7 * r. that mght affect t. Prmarly, however f t s an.avenue through whch ndustry can etfpress ts support of the communtes whch they call "home." New tflts year, Mr. Segel contnued, s "Focus," a Chamber of Commerce publcaton, whch aerves the retal and ndustral metnof the communty by brngng to the attenton of a wde audence d busness, ndustral, communty and cvc leaders reports of ther professonal and cvc 'actvtes. n focusng on the ndvdual communtes serverd by the Chamber, Focus also serves to promote each communty. "Whle the local resdent s not offcally a member of the Chamber of Commerce, those who resde n Westfeld, Clark, Gar wood, Mountansde, and Scotch Plans, the communtes served by the Chamber, also beneft from programs the Chamberh developed over the past 20 years," Mr, Segal sad. "The consumer complant department s probably the most useful consumer tool. Complants made to the Chamber are referred to the busness nvolved and every effort s made to resolve the complant. When all else fals, the matter s referred to a consumer complant board, whose membershp ncludes a consumer as wdl as busness members.. "Emphass on ethcs n busness pressed by the Chamber also servthe consumer as does, overall efforts to mprove the shoppng and busness clmate of the area served by the Westfeld Area Chamber of Commerce, "General efforts to mprove local parkng condtons, specal sales events and holoday decoratons are geared, not.only to ncrease sales, tout to make t more comfortable for resdents to shop locally." Opposton to the extenson of tolls on the Garden State Parkway, sup- LEARN ELECTROLYSS ths KREE tranent nalr nmavtfk AM no b*trtr. Full or purt tme or Bra. Man, WooMNk vrl o or phono nr UB00LHB. am ^ am am ^ KmfF JLd&AA ^ELECTROLYSS port of volunteer and pad employment opportuntes for dstrbutve educaton students n area frglh schools, and the establshment of an envronmental control commttee are further evdence, Mr. Segel stated, of the Chamber's basc commtment to make the communtes t serves better places n whch to lve, work and suop. Got m Grpe? Wrte the Edtor Pra Bach Her Fact Wl$e prmm Sylva Nulman gnnevnc*t and v^nng ClauM n FASHON SEWNG for *9nner*, ntermedates and Advanced Regster Now for Aprl Groups or Man Behnd Sotvrdoy m+mmtm for the fnest far servce... anywhere! Your valuable furs deserve the best.of car -the knd of care you get from the fur, experts atflemngton Furs, the world's largest specalst n fne furs. Flenngton wll work wonders wth your old fur ^magnatve "redesgn to the latest fashon lengths and cuts, careful "KancTcfaftsrhanshD n re-talorng, All at the lowest " mmm fur storag* and cleanng The Flemngton Fur experts store your precous furs n the world's most modern, scentfcally-controlled freproof, theftproof, fully nsured, spacous cold storage vaults rght on the premses. But before they do, the Remngton experts thoroughly nspect your furs and revtalze them wth Flemngton's exclusve sterlzaton prces anywhere! A fashon evaluaton and an estmate of. how much t wll cost to gve your fur the fresh, new look of 972 s FREE. At Flemngton. m &.* and fumgaton process. And Flemngton also offers ther exclusve "Sa-Furzng"^ cleanng process to restore natural softness, lustre and beauty lo your furs... for as lttle as S5.50. no ncrease n rates! Yes, Flemngton stll offers the fnes! storage facltes at the lowest rates anywhere-only 2 percent of valuaton for complete nsured storage servce. Mnmum rates: $4 lor most furs, $3 for cloth coats, $2.50 for fur hats ncludng specal hat box. ;.. mm 240 SPRNGFELD AVE., WESTFELD K On 7te Westfleld Oanford Lne «!.*>, OPEN SUNDAY A EVERYDAY TO 6 P.M..., WEDNESDAY A FRDAY TO 0 P.M. flemnffton fur company NO. S SPRNG ST. FLEMNQTON, NEW JERSEY One of tho World's Largest Specalsts n Fne Furs.

16 AlWAYf teaot \ FATMMT FUEL THE WlftratD 0>U.) LEADBB, WUMDAY, AWL», UK OCA AUTHMUO tssohtat ' ' ' ' * AVM* The hghest rate of return n New Jersey form of Mvfno wtth QtMrantfjcd M cloj* of mcturlty from fnontho (mfnlmum account orrfy $600.). ptrymrlnterot from d«y-of-dopo»lt reman* on dopoalt dmt ww portod ntormt por yoar pottttmaoto nteract from ofquater). rta^nrhalt teok b«foro tftt> 0th After tho) 0th* dopoelt Fro# ranefer H your Jnaurod to 20,000. Mora About V M SAVNGS AND U>AN ASSOCATON 4 (pravmko otttft 4 Nwmrfc, E. Orate* & Oranot, Matffton, Phntfptbwg. OmdtJ Carter* «Waft *nd Loan Awodatlot Man Offce: W B/oad St* NtWartc N J <20) D Endowl la $ $S0O> mln.)fora 6% paryaaf month (24 tb 00) Savng* CorUfcato Account* Opon Specal fnvaatort P«atbook Account at 5% par year. Enclcaedto " Q Encloted t % -npan «Ragular Paatbook 8t> ktgs Account as 5% hatlw 4 eutt Zp Haw Jaaa/alavat vrth tfapoalaavtr 0,000,000. o. maman T«v Henry P. Townsend Feted By WestBeld Rotary Club Henry P. Towwend was honored wth a teatmonal and plaque at the WesUeld RoUry Chb' annual Proatdtnta Daoct, Saturday Apr., t the Cotona Country Club. WAtdnff the preaentaton were 4CTB. Tmraaend and 8 of the Townsend famly plus 0 Rotaraa and ther wv«awl ffuhu. Mr*. Myrtle Garbe,.*#e «l the lte Wllam Garfae, former Wettfted BoUty presdent add put datrct governor, wf surprse fu««t, We«tHMd Rotary Pre«Mmt Weymu 0. Sleenfr«fe fve U» nvocaton and tte ntroduced Fred A. Ty*bHcy, f»«t dttrct governor, who proposed the tout to Mr. : AlAtcustlne was maater of ceremonof *aa gave a bref name <* Mr. Townand U/e. Mr. Augufne related. numerous anecdotes concernng Mr. Townond' Horato Alferc career, among them the fact mat at : 9 yean <* age n»7, he bortowed aoa from a frend n order to go nto busness. Wllam Townsend. "ffth from tfte top and sxth from Ute bottom/' as he explaned h* place n tle Townsend chldren'* herarchy, gave the testmonal address n honor of hs father. He prased both of hs parents for all of ther accompshnrents and thanked tlhe Westfeld Rotary Club for gvng hm the publc opportunty to acknowledge hs gratefulness to and extol hjs father. The ceremonal part of the dnner concluded wth Presdent Steengrafe nformng the gatherng that Mr. Townsend had represented the W^stfelcl Rotary Ch to at cwventops all over the world, pu ng all cf the charter nght U<ms v new Rotary Cube n Ds trct -5. He presented Mr. Town send wth a plaque for dsltagushed servce to Rotary, whch read ''Presented to Henry P. townsend, past presdent Rotary Club of Westfeld, n recognton of hs years of outstandng servce as unoffcal ambassador-amarge, buldng 'brdges of frendshp' wth Clabaf at goodwll for hs club." The Rotarlans and ther guarts danced untl one a.m. to the musc of tle Ray Barton orchestra. Dr. Clarence Chdayl and Jack Cohen were cck&armen for the evenng's alfar. College Men's Dnner May 24 A meetng of the offcers and trotees of the College Men's Ctob of Wetfeld was recently held at the home of Charles E. Brown of 7» Forest Av*. when Anthony P. 'Loaro, charman of the scholarshp commttee, announced that the recpents for the scholarshp! had been lefected by hs commtteeand were approved by the trustees. Robert E. Savage, charman of the scholarshp awards dnner, stated that fnal arrangements had been completed for the affar to be held May 24 at 7:90 p.m. at the Mountansde nn. Mayor Donn A, Snyder wll be the guest speaker. All club members and ther frends are nvted to attend. 7AA Studonts Students named to the honors lst at the Florham-Madson campus of Farlegh Dcknson Unversty for the fall semester nclude Roger Medford, 2 Hawatha Dr.; Nancy Regan, 40 Barchester Way; George T. Frrantello, 24 Sussex Street, and Los Hopkns, *Wycbwood Bead. Twg Adds M«mb«r Th«Senor Auxlary Twg of the Chldren's Specalzed Hosptal welcomed Mrs. Robert H Needham as a new member at ts recent meetng n the home of Mrs. Helmuth Peters. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Wllam Lohn and Mrs. M K Walton. Anyone wshng to jon ths Twg may contact Mrs. Lohn. Pap#r Weght* Program A program on Paper Weghts wll be gven at the Aprl 2 meetng of the antques department of the Woman's Club of Westfeld. Followng refreshments and the busness meetng n the clubhouse at p.m. members wll vst Mrs. J. B. Tomlnson's home for the lecture. Adler Plans New Branch be held Wednesday evenng, May 0 Adler Jewelry, one of New Jer-asey's largest jewelry chans, wlt the Rescue Squad. open a 3.8W sq ft. branch store n md-973 at Lvngston Mall, the new Scott Completes,079 sq. ft. enclosed mau shoppng Course at Ft. Knox center now neardng completon n Lvngston, t was announced today by Bruce Jacob, executve vce of James A. Scott of 22 La Grande Army Fvt. James T. Scott, 23, son presdent of N.K. Wnston Corp, Ave., Famvood, recently completed developer and operator of the new EMAC center. Adler, headquartered n Westfeld, operates fve stores n New Jersey. Th«frm's vngston Mall branch wll be located on the upper level of the two-story center between. Epsten's and Bamberger's. The unt wll feature fne jewelry, sterlng, flatware, crystal, andqualty boutque tems. DONOR CALL YOUR RB CROSS PUBLCK NOTCE Ye nnkaeper Begt To nform All Y«Are Welcome F W j J Jon Us For Dary Luncheon Dnner Tl Nfne Cocktal Hour Famly Dnng Chldren's Menu CRCA Specal Noonday Executve Menu Prvare Parr/ Facltes 94 MAN STREET CHATHAM, N. J. n Hstorc Wllam Ptt Colonal Vllage, CLOSED MONDAYS SALES SRVCH FARTS vacuum cleaners HANDY CHAM! MASTSR CHARM sewng machnes lardlyt.kflrsen 244NOMHAV.. oppo*n* wrom atauan Westfeld Democratc Women Meet Campagn coordnators representng three potental Presdental Canddates presented bographcal nformaton about ther canddates, ozred summares of legslatve accomplshments and programs for change at a meetng of the Westfeld Democratc Women's Organzaton last we«k at the Rescue Squad Buldng. The three potental canddates, Representatve Shrely Ohsolm «ad Senators Henry Jackscn and George McGovern wll appear on the Prmary Ballot n New Jerrey on June tth. The program was preceded by an ntroducton of commttee charmen and commttee reports. Charmen apponted were: ssues commttee, Mrs. John M. Gotsch; educaton. Mrs. Robert Loder: program, Mrs. John Perry; publcty comrotte, Mrs. Robert 'Rerenson; membershp, Mrs. Taffy B&wes; fnance, Mrs. Joseph Lambert; youth partcpaton, Nancy Nounan; voter regstraton, Mrs. Km Segel; canddate selecton, Mrs. Rchard Samuel and campagn, Mra. Howard Kronck. 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17 ^._ Weutfleld Studos OFFCERS CONFER N ««r «f the mtw panelled efflees created slur. taf the gr M remodellng «l Te Central Jersey BUk and Tmft Ceatpsmjr n WesttfeM. Vce Presdent Rchard PlsueH, Use lsa Usjrafect, (left) jmd Vce PmMeat uud MaMfer C. Hmnwa, Jr., peln «wt Uut tae expat*** has ywmu wwttjr estnfertame faellmles fsr cutuoure. Tae MUMM area vaa than desmed; * scv astd Kpurate trat tfefartsneat, astd mu^rmyt' cwuereme rmn», were pvsvmed; ; eatraacca were ncreased * fl (ardes was added. To Dedcate Wldlfe Sanctuary n Honor of Borote's Late Husband Mrs. Betty Jewel Benfcert Knorr of New Shrewsbury, one orf Amerca'* foremost woman naturalsts, wll be the guest peaker at the dedcaton of the eght-acre Fables Memoral Wldlfe Sanctuary- on the Cranford Campus of Unon College, on Sunday, May 7, at 2:90 p.m., t was announced today by Jame B. Hawley of Summt, charman of the Fables Memoral Commttee. Mrs. Knorr, who U lfted n "Who* Who of Amercan Women," t a lcensed brd bander and has banded over 43.QM brds at 70 speces. KM a conservatonst, she s credted wth savng a threatened wlderness»rv*a. now preserved as part of Chessequake State Park. Mrs. Knorr has also done specal ornthologcal research on shorebrds, hummngbrds, owls and blackbrds and s a volunteer teacher, consultant and wrter on conservaton and nature study. By avocaton, he s a hortculturst and an authorty on wldflowers, ferns and rhododendrons and propagates natve wldflowers for donaton to publc aborteums, preserves and sanctuares. n addton to her lstng n "Who's Who of Amercan Women/* Mr*. Knorr s lsted n "Who's Who n the East," "Communty leaden'of Amerca," "Dctonary of nternatonal Bography," and "Two Thousand Women of Achevement," publshed n' 970 n London. Ths Fables Wldlfe sanctuary s dedcated to the memory of the late Prof. Davd G. Fables Jr., an alumnus of Unon College and charman of the bology department at the tme of hs dearth n 962. Pro. Fables was reput:d to be one of New Jersey's outstandng naturalsts and conservatonsts. He was presdent of the New Jersey Feld Naturalsts and charman of The Pne Barrens Conservaton Commttee, a ctzen's group concerned wth'preservng the Wharton Tract n ts natural state. He was also the author of a monthly column, "Afeld n New Jersey/' whch appeared n more than 30 New Jersey newspapers, and of the book, "Annotated Lst of New Jersey Brds.'* "The wldlfe sanctuary memoralzes not only Prof. Fables' contrbutons to conservaton and concern for the envronment, but the nspraton he gave as a human beog to all who came n contact wth hm," Dr. Kenneth W. versea, presdent of Unon College, stated' n announcng dedcaton plans. Servng on the dedcaton commttee are Mrs. Ned Horner of 68 Summt Lane, Mountansde, wdow of Prof. Fables, Mrs. Edward Coffey of S» Charles St., Estl Green of Short Mlls, Dr. Paul Shubeck of Elzabeth, Dr. John Small of 'Frank- Hn Park, Roderck W. Smth of wnrrnxd <N.J.> LEADER, THURSDAY, ANUL n, vm SM. «, rut Cranford, asd Prof. John Sxrn of 0W rvng Ave. 35 Attend Guard Meetng n spte of the heavy rans 35 Old Guard members were present at Thursday's meetng at t h e YBfCA. Drector Clarence Yoder greeted guests Lawrence Mann, 'Raymond P. Lews, Frank G. Heras, Edmund O. Allen and Harry J. Flagg. He also presented members>hp credentals to Charles E. Burfeld, Wllam C. Root, Sr., Edwn C. Wolf and George P. Axto. Communty slngnf was led by Paul Sutton wth musc by Dr. E.P. Starke and Conrad Meer. l%e < '»rus sang "Blue Skes" wth Wtlard Leggett sngng fclte solo part A muscal brthday greetng was e»endedo Raymond E. Hall. The flm vewed by the group group was "Snowmobles Yea: of the Cat" by courtesy of Arte Enterprses. T. Hagstrom, Recreaton charman announced the honor roll for the week n brdge, Wllam Chld, tope wth a three way te for second Adam P ret, Jacob Maran and dares Mayne. n bowlng Affayne, Hugo Gold, Pad Urban, WHdlam Gray, Andrew Gresham, Anton Holgerson, Huma* CaUanan, Clarence Yoder and Earl Rosecran. Montcla Newark Westfeld,«T W«tfeld Studo* WLUAMSBURG NSPRED THE elegant cotoauu occur «me re- 8-motth renovaton of The Central Jersey Bank Md py ces n WetfcM. Tellers smle from ther exjaaded secton n the ^eart of the buldng. t features a snque elfelcal WHWter of panellng and fne nurtoe set off by a wall of antque smoked glass mrrors and walnut-staned plasters. Teller statons have been ncreased to J«, ncludng the new walk-up wndow stalled J>y tw» tellers tfcat s; completely protected from the weather...- Unon County Heart Assocaton Warns on Cholesterol ntake Many Amercans are aware that f: they*eat foods low n cholesterol they may retard the process of hardenng of the arteres and reduce ther rsk of heart attack and stroke. But few know what cholesterol s and what t docs. Cholesterol s not all bad. n proper amounts, t s n fact nvolved n a number of functons vtal to body health, says the Unon County Chapter of the Amercan Heart Assocaton. A fat-lke chemcal substance, cholesterol s found n every lvng anmal cell, reachng ls hghest concentraton n the cells o the ' central nervous system. Not all of ts roles are clear, but ths chemcal s known to be essental to the propper archtecture of the cell membrane. As such t presumably plays a key role n regulatng what gets n and out of the cell. t s also the forerunner of a number of other agents ncludng the sex and adrenal hormones. What makes cholesterol such a potental bo-logcal bugaboo, says the local Heart Assocaton unt, s fch-at an excess amount of t n the blood may ncrease susceptblty r k to heart attack. There's a lot of evdence that when there s an excess of cholesterol t ples up n the coronary arteres (along wth other fat ty substances) and can reduce or shut off blood flow to the heart muscle. Result: Heart Attack. Cholesterol s present a varyng amounts n foods of anmal orgn (eggs, meat, poultry and dary products) and n sea food. Egg yolks, tsh roe, shellfsh (lobster, shrmp, crabs, clams and oysters) and organ meats (brans, sweetbreads, kdney and lver) are partcularly rch n cholesterol. The body also makes cholesterol and the amount made apparently depends on the knds of fat we eat. Anmal or saturated fats tend to ncrease cholesterol levels n the blood. Presumably they spur the lver to manufacture more of t. Poly unsutura ted fats (such as those lound n corn ol, cottonseed ol. soybean ol and sunflower ol) tend to decrease cholesterol levels. The Unon County Chapter of the Amercan Heant Assocaton suggests that dets be modfed to keep the ntake of cholesterol wthn due bounds. /J V.:...;"-.'..-. th.>.':..";< "Seasonal Sam" Warned to Watch Heart Durng Sprng Actvtes t's that tme of year for Seasonal Sam to appear on the empty lots playng baseball and workng out n the neghborhood gym. Seasonal Sams come n many varetes, accordng to t h o Unon County Chapter of t h e Amercan Heart Assocaton. Most are mddleaged, overweght and workng at sedentary jobs. They lke to exercse, but get the urge only a few tmes a yeur, usually when the weather changes. Thu frst warm Suturday of sprng compels Seasonal Sum to become that hgh school track star once agan. Alter he's done, Sam feels grctt. But n a few days he gets a t a and pnlna. FOP the next few Hnlurdnys he relx-ea n front of the TV set, Hut he'll bo ready to exorcse ngnln 'Whc-n He frst snw'lj'ko Hlls, Actually, Sum's frst movu should K; to lls doctor to luurn what typo of exercse- and how much ofjl s nundert lo on ls ;lenr muscle, suys the Unon County ScJ.sonnl Sans h;v«ho problem MK lhu Hulkng HOH who work out wlll wt'lults ovewy day, buldng ther UM: % bll, nothng for Uolr lwns fnd Hot! know tlxl. vvcrhsf s 'M helr lenllh, VVlml. Mry dm' n Hnt tllu tnmv w'tn knd ol' p dnuy munlly hv. lunnrl. ' y n(h bolter ol, [lnmv.l, lmn He ]>oo ou LluUu^b Lou,4 whu gut nu Slump, (,oa Uournc n ForlLrc Apr. 30 ose at nl. Only a physcan con determne what s best to help one guard hs heart and mprove crculaton. A doctor can gve a tost to see what exorcses a person s capable of dong. Ths test s a "must" for folks over 35, the Heart Assoca ton says. Other suggestons for good heart healh nclude avodng cgarette snckng, keepng body weght at proper levels and controllng He amount and type of fat cnten. Persona wth sedentary jobs should start hclr exorcsng programs gradually, the Unon County Chapter of the Amercan Heart AssoclUlu rumlnck Exercse- should bo avoded by those wlt mnor llnesses, nfecton or emotonal stress. t's nlsn n good dea to "conl off" boforo lnung.shower followng oxer- Then nmko t a lukewarm, rawor tlmn a Jot ono, tho Hort ABHOL'UUO ' Tho New.lomey SUmp and Con ''s A.sHochllon he. wll spolam \ JOW'N! W NOW Jo'aoy'H e/mvmp nrnf v.{t\n cdllcctors on Suntlny, A]))', HO, nl. ('lron-nher VKW NM Z\'Yl. 250 'Mnlt S,, For Luc. Tho bortu wll run from u.m. the cool, open look for summe Fancy-free sandals by Avantque... easy styles for sprng and summer... made for us n taly. Bege or whte leather strplng sandal set on a low heel, T-strap desgn n whte leather, 8,00. Pale bege suede wedge, A four-slrap style n whte or camel leather, And, a""broad whte leather strap on a stacked heel, w«fm open a nghts Mon., Wed, FrL, 9*30 a.m. lo 9;00 p.m, Montclalr, N»wqrk opon 2 nghts Wed,, h, 9:30 a.m. lo 900 p.m. Other days 9:30 o &30

18 THE WESTFELD VEfTTTEU* <N.J.) LEADER, THUMDAT, APRL 9, lf» LEADER AffHAT MMH NATONAl NfWtfAffft ASSOCATON Clua pott*** P»»«at WwtSeld, N. J. T»«rad*7«*t W«tfleld, New Jarer. >r the W **4«r Prntng* and PublUhD* Company. An ndependent Offcal P**«f lot tb«tow» of Weftfeld and Borough of UllSS*. Subscrpton:.M B«r rar (n ltamm*! M : H SB Btreet, We*tfeld N. J. C7*tl T«L B-449T -M9 MeaUr B»lltr Weekles of New Jerttr w Jnur P-CM P AMA t t l OAL W. TRMBLE 8 r llul MftorUl AwocUUra THURSDAY, APRL 20, 972 We Support The Fremen! r Publsher. Ed tot Eght years ago voters of West feld, by an almost three to one margn, agreed through a referendum that local fremen should be granted a 42-hour work week. Cost of mplementaton at that tme was estmated at $95,000. Because of the cost factor, and the necessary tranng of addtonal manpower to acheve the shorter work week, t became apparent that ths reducton from a 56 to a 42- hour week must be a gradual procedure, so t was suggested that the programfoeaccomplshed over a three year perod, Phase one of the mplementaton was nsttuted n 965, when fremen went on a 5-hour week, and there the stuaton remans. Durng these same eght years, rght or wrong, much of the labor force n ths country has won not only hgher pay, but shorter hours wth many companes now workng 35 or 37% hour weeks. We don't blame Westfeld fremen from becomng dsenchanted, partcularly when a majorty of ther brother departments n the area are enjoyng more lesure tme. Whle the cost of reducton of hours and the subsequent hrng of eght new men now s estmated at $20,- 000 because of pay hkes, etc., granted through these years, we beleve that eght men should be hred to mantan Westfeld's -man platoon system and fre ratng so Westfeld property owners may contnue to receve the benefts of lower nsurance costs. f the fre ratng can be mantaned by splttng the eght new employees between four professonal fremen and four cvlan dspatchers, as the Fremen's Mutual Benevolent Assocaton has suggested, so much the better for savngs to the taxpayers, offerng jobs perhaps to dsabled veterans, and full utlzaton of the tranng and talents of the pad Fre Depart- ment personnel. t seems to many of us that the lfe of a freman s an easy one, and many queston how productve on-duty hours can be durng ther assgned shfts. But t must be remembered that, for every 5-hour work week spent at the staton house/ the fremen are requred to be on call for emergences for another 5 hours and how many resdents can truthfully say that they are "avalable for duty" for 02 hours a week, day or nght? Whle no one antcpates needng the servces of the fre department, those who have been so unfortunate have prased the competency and courtesy of the Westfeld department. We thnk they have earned the respect of all resdents. Eght years s long enough to wat for the thanks of a communty through the award of a 42-hour week, and we urge that t be adopted as soon as adequate personnel can be traned for these postons. A Lfe-Savng Test Thousands of women n ths country are alve and well today because of a smple, quck and panless cancer test. Wth less trouble or dscomfort than gettng a harset, a woman can have a Pap test. The Pap test, dscovered and developed by a brllant Greek mmgrant scentst, Dr. Papancolaou, can detect uterne cancer n a very early stage. Cancer s a dsease whch n many cases can be cured f caught before the cancer cells spread. t s therefore a terrble and unacceptable tragedy that about 3,000 Amercan women ded from uterne cancer last year. The fact s that the death rate from ths form of cancer has been cut by more than half n the last 30 years. And now the Amercan Cancer Socety has set tself a goal to have all Amercan adult women take the Pap test by 976. Qute lterally ths can practcally wpe out deaths from uterne cancer. Ths Aprl hundreds of thousands of volunteers wll be vstng Amercan homes. These Cancer Crusaders wll be delverng a leaflet tellng about the Pap test and how t can save your lfe as a woman or the lves of the women n your lfe. When the volunteer comes to your home, heed ths message. And help spread t far and wde by contrbutng generously to the cancer Crusade. * # *. War Of The Roads Late auto accdent fgures tell the story of "... the war of the roads n 97." And war t s! n the sngle year of 97, the death toll on U.S. hghways surpassed total G,r, fataltes n nne years of Vet Nam combat. Durng 97, an estmated 55,000 Amercans ded n traffc accdents nearly fve mllon were njured. There were some 22 mllon accdents wth a total economc loss estmated at a stunnng $0.3 bllon. Anyone pausng to reflect on those fgures should have no trouble understandng why auto nsurance costs have rsen, nor why nsurance companes urge hgher standards for drvers and seek the development of earn that are less costly to repar. fa t s a sad commentary on human RtnsltlvoncsB to tragedy that whle u groat many persons wll gnore commonsose rules of cauton on the hghway untl t N too lalo they are extmnoly waro of brulncs on tlolr poekelbookh, Thus, the pockutbook ncunllvu \n l powerful ally of llnsu «uoldng mfor hltfhwnyh, safer drvers and curs that do not bocomu fjnanclul dlmsters whun fomluro am bont, r Ufe n The Suburb* npnnnnnn * WELL 'VE WASTED THE WHOLE DAY-- l DDM'T DO A T*lf4G TME WFE ASKED ME TO DO/ LETTERS TO THE EDTOR AM tottsn te Oe Mlsr bear a slgutm* s*4 a street flprlng FEVER Ns ktten wul be yabutfce*. Letts* mu*4 o* wrttel Ml? M eae *M» of payer a*4 prstsr- Wy trtewrttea. All letters mnt to la tto **Leadtr** efflee by FtMa? f ttoj a n toapaear la tto fauawlaf faaae, tte "Laate" reserves tto rght to reject at attt ssy totter to taalatm to "Lesosr** aaafla. Apprecatve Edtor, leader;. The YWOA wshes to thank you for the excellent news stores you carred on our recent SwnvAlong. We feel the Swm-Along was success* ul from both a "fun and funds" pont of vew.,we should lke to thank all those who partcpated as swmmers, workers and/or sponsors for ther generosty. t s an extra satsfacton to know that soune swmmers have dscovered the joy of a dp n our "Y" pools and that they wll contnue to enjoy swmmng n the (future. Agan, for all the board and staff of the YWOA, thanks. ROSE K.KNAST Presdent, YWCA Board of Drectors Sprng Cleanup Edtor, Leader; dstnctly rerneml>er that at least one of the new town counclmen promsed there would be a sprng cleanup ths year. t has been a long tme snce Westfeld resdents enjoyed the prvlege of unburdenng themselves of unwanted possessons n such a town-wde collecton. Wth the many restrctons we lve under, t s ncreasngly costly and dffcult to dspose of clutter. Now that toe annual sprng roadsde leaf and debrs cjo!lecton has been dspensed wth, t would seem even more plausble to renstate the sprng cleanup. CHARLES A. JONES 400 Wychwood Rd. "Sdrry" Contract Edtor, Leader; n spte of ts customary hyperbole, the contract "acheved" by the WBAs a sorry one. Some teachers who have taught n Westfeld many years receved less than tjhe cost of lvng rase last year, and even that was subsequently frozen by the moral zero n the Whte House. n ths new "model" contract, many teachers, ncludng those on maxmum, wll agan receve less than a cost of lvng rase. f the NJEk s usng ths as a model, God help ts members. Our model s the Amercan Medcal Assocaton and the West Coast stevedores. J0MN HURLEY Presdent, Westfeld Federaton of Teachers Thanks Youths Kdtcr,!Lo. All of us nvolved wth the WestfJold 'Day Cure <Cenler would lke to publcly thnnk nl the youn^ pcoplo emnehchl wth thuuo'k Concert on Mmx'J 7th nt tle WesLfuld Hgh School. Aln Orte n momlwr of "AHylum," pre.stmlcd the Concr wllh $200, Ht; proft Vom Llu Con- As mmy mlulta know, Jl Ls n slze-! mdtuklk to book the lluh Sclrool Audtorum, orgnnlzn nnrj prnd.'u n jmtfnnn, publcze Ht; ovonl. md sell fclel.', Mmy, nmy people (l^-rv! ol.- l.'uks. We wsh HMJ),: much mrrt'j;^ n. tny oler MR- 'V( nl<; tlry n'lt VllUMMA H v. Uldnnl) l, W'Krh'ltl lh\y Corn hnnrd of L J0 Mudlsot Avo. A MAN CAN'T BE EXPECTS D TO WORK EVER/ DAY---THB MAKES UP FOR THE DAV5 WORKED My FNGERS TO TME <* Admres Luersen Edtor, Leader; read wth a snkng heart n your Apr. 6Ph ssue the letter of the junor counclman from the 4th Ward, Tucker. He personal nvectve drected aganst Counclman Uer&sen s uncalled for, and as far as am concerned, underlnes the reasons why, though a regstered Democrat, was and am forced to dsassocate myself from the local "offcal" Democrats. was nterested to see that half way through the dscourse the Counclman sad, "Now for some observatons of my own." Whose deas proceeded? served wth Counclman Luerssen durng hs term and found hm (o be qute competent, well nformed and courageous, and admred that, unlke some ottos, he wated to learn and then spoke hs mnd. hope that the.972 local electons don't contnue on the track, on whch they have started. PATRCK D. MNOGUE Counclman 4th Ward 5S5 Frst St. Too Few Edtor, Leader; Perhaps due to nadequate publcty, too few Westfelders attended the sprng concert of tfter senor hgh school orchestra last Thursday evenng. n scarcely two years, Joseph Ragno, the drector, has transformed a ptfully weak organzaton nto a truly fne ensemble. $ [Thursday's program conssted entrely- of muscad selectons played n tther orgnal versons, exactly as wrtten by the composers, and not the usual smplfed and abbrevated arrangements played by school orchestras. The solo strng performances deserve specal menton. The musc, a strng quartet and a cello concerto, conssted of sophstcated, dffcult works commonly ncluded n formal concerts, and t!he solosts, hgh school' senors, dsplayed techncal and muscal skll rarely found outsde of the professonal crcut or the musc conservatory. Ther playng was competent and, more mportant, enthusastc. Too bad, n ths age of blatant crtcsm of our young people, Chat there were not more Westfdelders present to applaud the accomplshments of these fne young muscans. ALAN R SCOTT 5 North Cottage P. TAKE FVE By FRED W. KOKE OUBOJES SpWn? cleanng of a one-room flat, Tju-.s but mnutes and that's that; The bg job of the caper, s throwng out last nght's paper. * * # My frend, Moronca Mary nssts that her new water bed s just not her bag. She added, "n fact t turned out to be a bed of oroses. can't sleep nghts, all do s Lvvst and turn." * * * She fnally dropped n on her frendly neghborhood psychatrst and nter several sessons wth tle couch-man, he came up wth the soluton. The good doctor sad, " lavvo been n consultaton wth a professor of geology and from new on you wll have to add a softener to your watt.r bed, for accordng tu lls chnrl.s, the 'H-O n your ureu s hard, und do mean h;ml." * * * You know n tlo past lve years, l^y'lntry corlanly hns made great Kl'ldc-n. Lucky for Sfc'y 'Freud.bung ton nwny bnck n JJ, r >(} \V3 (boro;o walur buds) ho never had to lauklo such n problem, * * * (NCWK lmn: "Nf\v Yorkur.s need KCfllV C.'ll'C.S lo lolbw lll )l' nl ll'r Mte." FUN CTY KUWvJO 'K KH Sld, WOH Sde, Kv'M on out' block j Only hlntf not HhkltM n otr old jmrlor clock, By Al Smth THS WOULD BE A GREAT DAY, EXCEPT FOR TMB FACT THAT HAVE T^EGULXOT FEELNG TflAT DDN " ttt, ''LEAGUE LNES" Remember the "good ole' days" of the 950*8 and 960's when there were only two subjects to be avoded at socal gatherngs relgon and poltcs? Add one more for the 970's -^BUSNG. The New York Tmes n a edtoral of March 6,972 sad: "Wdespread fear of busng s an undenable fact throughout the country. rratonal anxetes have been renforced by occasonal abuses of busng, wthout suffcent regard for educatonal and socal realtes." Both branches of Congress have provded a forum for ant-busng sentments ths year, servng as a focus for proposals whch go far beyond the busng queston. n response to pressures often generated by msnformaton back home; more. and more publc offcals, n and out of offce, both n Congress and n the Admnstraton, are jumpng on the ant-busng bandwagon. TTe most nfluental effort made to date was fpresdent Nxon's natonally televsed address drectly followng the Florda prmary. Presdent Nxon proposes a moratorum on all new court-ordered busng. Hs proposed legslaton would also termnate all new or exstng busng orders fve years from entry of the order or from passage of the law, whchever ' s later; and would termnate all desegregaton orders ten years from entry of the order or from passage mmmmmmmmm >.':: r of the law, wmohever s later. Furthermore, dstrct lnes may not be altered unless t s establshed that the lnes -were drawn -wth a segregatonst purpose -and effect. Though supposedly supportng desegregaton, the legslaton effectvely pulls the rug out from under those communtes whch have made an honest effort to ntegrate and removes an effectve threat to recalctrant school systems whch mght otherwse not consder any other, more popular, methods of desegregaton. The League of Women Voters of the U.S. rejects all proposed consttutonal amendments whch would prohbt the use of busng as a tool for school ntegraton. n testmony before a House Judcary Subcommttee League Presdent Lucy Wlson Benson urged Congress to react wth reason nstead of emoton to ant-busng pressures. "The League," Mr*. Benson stated "s deeply concerned over the hystera developng around the queston of busng school chldren. Both the Admnstraton and Congress have responded to ths hystera wth equvalent emoton rather than wth the responsble leadershp one would hope for n vew of the need to heal the dvsons among Amercan*. "He proposed amendments offer only a nonsohton to a very real educatonal problem, Mrs. Beruon contended. "We have faled to provde qualty educaton to all chldren regardless of resdence, race, class, creed, sex or natonal orgn. Antbusng amendments do not address the problem, they propose to roadblock attempts to solve t." Mrs. Benson contnued, "Now \a the tme for our naton to take a step backwards. At bottom, t s qualty educaton for all that s the real natonal ssue not 'busng." "Upopular though busng may be, t s the only alternatve wthn the means of some communtes to acheve a measure of ntegraton for ths generaton. The queston s, Mrs. Benson sad, "Wll we become mred nto the busng ssue or do we turn our energes toward rasng the level of publc educaton offered to every chld n Amerca? "Leadershp must be exercsed by our elected publc offcals to gude the present dscusson along ratonal lnes. To act favorably on ant-busng amendments could only mply wthdrawal of congressonal support... tor efforts undertaken already to ntegrate our schools. The Leagueof Women Voters urges the members of ths commttee and of the entre Congress not to be party to such a dsaster." Conventon Charman Kuttar Sngh of Westfeld s servng as a commttee charman for the 97<2 New York-Tulane Unversty Educatonal Conference beng held today at tne Bltmore Hotel n New York. REPORT A few nwwt affo, retfdcou of ttw anerefrao araa were aborted to hear of the death of a par «f New York teenwent n a drve-n move theatre. t pfwars Oast they were overcome by cafaua maraude fume» wfcue watahag a ahem wth ter car eage runnng and tte wndows ctaed. tbe saddest aptct «l tjbp ttajedy s that these d*atjh«mf* fuw# been avoded f te gpwator* qt the drve-n theatre had been requred to check the car before leavng the premses at the close of the show. Ths case, n my opnon, ponts up bhe need for an effectve law that would requre the owners and operatorsof drve-n ttteatret to polce tber premses and be FROM TRENTON Kt : t for the safety and well-beng of cummers whose money they are acceptng. As ttng stand now, drve4n move operators appear to have no responsblty outode of how^t a 0km, cfarn* the nhttbmw* tfaad, tumof out tfwfe UtfhU and gong hom* Assetnbb Judcary Cwnmttse, to flj*? mt» of alt wet Co towhch Uw Uk wea rsf«rr«d, and to dry<mtt ttkatra durng tto.ootyer all mertws of tte Unqa moott* «f ft* y»ar, tfaey «faoy have up* affuruct thatt*operator tfl do mqre tb» oowct srvsttm asd JWSUt ql to WU bsst «*r money and Wtve tmra «a tt*tr own abttm aa «nwc««ocy dmop. t* bll hayt fltraftmd n tf* ftale Seaatt w«td rtquw dvnn theatre operators to maw aure au motor vehklh art otf tfer «wthn 30 mlj*jt«alur p the fnal pertemaoe. 3uw* hm ecnu lklle lkelhood at ruurnf moton cautcg 4e«tfa by catoo mopnxlda mapotf n tbt wafner monthf, the provson «f m$ Wl would be apptam* ony between Oddwr aw Aprl *>. Operators fatthg to comply wkh any provmon of the act would be vufcjedu> a f Uw of up to 0Q. do not beleve that th^ measure would knpoce an undue hardshp on a drve-sn theatre operator. t svould, however, gve thepatron some assurance that someone wll be responsble and concerned about hs welfare. n tjhe New York tragedy, ths lack of concern made t a vrtual certanty that the two youths would have no chance of survval. The angush of ther parents and ther frends cannot be dmnshed bythe knowledge that the fatal ncdent mght frave been avoded f only someone had bothered to check tje premses after the staflnr had ended. nstead, the bodes.of the two teenagers were found, hej»xt, day, slumped nto lfelessness by the nvsble, odorless and deadly fumes of carbon monoxde. your make the trp worthwhle! 6% FEDERAL SAVNGS, SAVNGS CERTFCATES PER $0,000 mnmum- ANNUM Ouorantssd for two your* PER $5,000 mnmum ANNUM Guaranteed for one year PER $2,000 mnmum ANNUM Guaranteed for sx month PER ANNUM ON PASSBOOK SAVNGS DEPOST BY THE 0th EARN FROM THE st a worthwhle savngs nsttuton FRST FEDERAL SAVNGS WESTFELD MOUNTANSDE WOODBRDGE GRANT CTY/CLARK MENLO PARK SHOPPNG MALL Fortunately, «h$ )as not happened New Jersey. However, we can't afford to press our feck. The prevertave measure enotatfed wthn my bll would remove the potental for dsaster Chatnow Apponted Status Leaves Hm Cold Unon County Clerk Walter G. Halpln made knowtt today that a bll recently ntroduced by Awemblyman Perske (D), Atlantc County, to amend the New Jersey Consttuton by referendum and a flow for the appontment of county clerks and surrogates by the Board of Ohosea Freeholders to ther respectve cououe 'leaves Wm com." The opposton voced by Halpn vat *sttt to Wllam X Uckey (B), Camdeo County, cbamun of the ql tbe j&c and w«w f Offces df couqty cmc and surro- ( $#$ *ppvk harrs' 0m. Hs jm aocused Perske o bayag ^UfldMltas' PttMee n bk g tatton as t e^cudss AerWsand regster! of de*d». ttsyte be' loafcua* lor jasfcrhs c*n(*gn manager and ftnanoe chsrmsa at the expeose of stated, tsgrteaced offcals ' Haton further sstf, "'m a great belever n accent*!!!*? >*«t oomes to ptakc lervce and feel the electorate should hay* 9m fnal say n retanng* or turnng out of c*fce any county perlc or surrogate who fals to carry out Ms etectrye and statutory dttes. f ths bll was ever enacted nto low the countes would wnd up wtth 'ward heelers* and 'poltcal hacks' aa county clercs and surrogates and ther offces would become 00 per cent poltcal n nature, at & ds«advantage to the ctzens of tn county. Abo, everytane the poltk cal make-up of a Freeholder Board changed new faces would appear on the horzon lookng for these ap* pojntmeots." n concludng hs attack on ths legslaton, Halpn sad hsthnkng s consstent wth fca past feelng nasmuch as he opposedtenurefor county clerks, sherffs, surrogates and regsters, whomust be held accountable to the electorate for ther conduct n offce.

19 County ntates A Voluntary Acton Center for Unon County s beng contnued wth a grant of $33,600 from the Natonal Center for Voluntary Acton, t was announced today by the Unted Way of Unon County. The Unon County center wll recrut, place and tran volunteers to work n varous publc and prvate agences durng the comng year. The grant wn also be used to fnance the grantsman program at matchng avalable federal, Mate and foundaton money wth approprate socal servce agences. The natonal VAC grant allows the program orgnally set up through Unted Way to contnue. t was begun last year wth assstance from the Junor Leagues of Unon County and tbree foundatons. Some 5 volunteers have already been traned and a $30,00 grant to ad Day Care Centers has been receved. Mm. W.- Putnam Uvn*fen tf Summt hw been elected presdent <rf the VAC board of trurtee*. An offuutobal meetng s atfaeduled for Apr. 90toelect a fol slate of trustee* representng a broad vectmm of pdbhc and prvate agences, busness and ndustry, publc offcals, volunteer*, trade unons, edpcatonal nsttutons to equal total dommunfoy partcpaton. Also planned s hrng of an executve drector and admnstratve assstant to staff the VAC whch wll share offce space wth Unted Way at GM Bayway Ave., Elsabeth. Satellte offces wll be set Acton Center up throughout Unon County. Mrs Lvngston emphaszed that the natonal grant s ntended as a demonstraton to show that, "We can recrut, tran and place great numbers of volunteers and then have the olunbeers tran each other n an area-wde stuaton." Results of the project wll be made avalable natonwde through the Natonal Center. Goal for the year s the tranng of 500 volunteers drawn from student.groups, the mddle aged and retred and mnorty groups. Headng ths part of VAC s Mls. D. Kenneth Sae, executve drec jtor of the Amercan Red Cross, Plamfeld. John Cataltan, assstant Unon County prosecutor s charman of the grantaman secton. Charman of (he nomnatng commttee for the VAC trustees s Barry Shandler, executve drector <rf the VM-VWHA, Unon. The Natonal Center for Voluntary Acton s a non-governmental organzaton that s channelng funds provded by ACTON, the federal volunteer agency whch combne! Vsta, Peace Cons and other cttlxen servce programs to sane 3 communtttec natonwde. Purpose of the Unon County grant f to "organze a volunteer recrutment and screenng process whch wll place ctzens nto volunteer capactes whch may have career potental; and to tran volunteer teams n government and foundaton granttmw- Wp" Sharks May Hold Key to Hgh Blood Pressure, Says Resdent A Westfeld heart scentst ask-strctong sharks how they control ther causng an ncrease h Mood pres- of the small arteres, blood pressure so we can better sure. understand why man develops hgh He small arteres play a major blood pressure. part n controllng Wood pressure, Dr. Davd F. Opdyke has recently returned from hs marne laborcome constrcted for several rea- contnued the doctor. They may beatory n Mane where he spends several months each year searchng n body chemstry, When ths hapsons ncludng tenson and changes for the cause of one of the greatest pens blood pressure goes up n He contrbutors to dsease and death larger arteres behnd them, n n ths country hgh blood pressure. Funded by a grant from the sure rses n a garden hose when much tfe same way as water pres- Amercan Heart Assocaton, New the nozzle s closed down." Jersey Afflate and several of ts "Man has a control-center located chapters, Dr. Opdyke thnks the low n the bran comparable to a shark may offer clues to the cause computer-programmer, only far Agreement was reached last week of hypertenson or hgh blood pressurely keeps blood pressure wthn lm- Commsson and the Department more sophstcated whch normal- between the Unon County Park "n ther sea envronment, constantly exposed to hgh concentraments of thu control system and for, the constructon of nterstate ts. The shark has only the rud- of Transportaton clearng the.way tonsof salt, the shark s able to n a more prmtve way must control ts blood pressure. Unlke other ervaton, Unon Counjty. employee,., Route V8 through the Watcbung Resthey also s a former Motor Club adjust ts blood to the salnty of the sea, accordng to the doctor. sea Cre&tutes,' the' shark has developed specal mechansm* for ex-agreement was ssued followng the A jont announcement of the n man, ponts out Dr. Opdyke, t s known that ffeekdney retans cretng lorgq quanttes of salt meetng n the Department's head- Tre memorandum of un- an excessve- amount of salt, t whch they routnely absorb n thequarters. ROBBNS causea the retenton of water, and process of eatng and resprng. n ncreases blood pressure. However, ths way, the shark does not ac- large quanttes of salt t s not known f excessve salt ncretng the blood contrbutes to the con-n ts body. How the shark s able Establshed For a Complete Dnner Or a Snack.. Famly Dnngs A Pleasure Here Brng the chldren here and see how pleasant famly dnng can be. We've all ther favortes. A CRUSHNG BURDEN to control ts blood pressure out a cotttrotoenter such as n man wth large quanttes of salt n ta body may supply us some bac knowledge as to the cause of hypertenson," concluded Dr. Opdyfce. Tfe Amercan Heart Assocaton, New Jersey Afflate and ts chapters and dvsons, through publc contrbutons, provded more than $200,000 n 97 for 2 research projects n New Jersey related to heart and blood vessel dsease. An addtonal 50,000 s sent from New Jersey to the Amercan Heart Assocaton Dor heart research. Dr. Opdyke s professor of physology and charman of the department at thecollege of Medcne and Dentstry of New Jersey at Newark. He and hs wfe, Betty, resde at 8 Far Hll Rd. Agree on Rt 78 Algnment derstandng was the result of many prevous meetngs on constructon of the (hghway through the park lands. n today's sesson t was agreed that, recognzng the need for the completon of nterstate Route 78, reasonable steps are beng taken to protect the natural envronment and mnmze the mpact of the roadway on the reservaton. These steps nclude provsons for specal dranage facltes, eroson control, and unnterrupted use of the rdng stable and brdle paths durng constructon. The rdng stable s to be relocated and new brdle paths are to be constructed. The agreement outlnes the varous steps to be taken so that a constructon contract can be awarded for the 3-mle secton of the hghway through the park. Followng approval by the Federal Hghway Admnstraton, constructon could begn next year wth completon by 976. Navy Fre Fghter Marne Frst Leut. Erc C. >enkewalter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Denkewalter of 620 Standsh Ave, has completed fre fghtng sdhool at the Naval Base, Mayport, Fla., where he studed the bascs of shpboard fre fghtng. He s a 968 graduate of Marquette Unversty, Mlwaukee. GOT A GRPE? WRTE THE EDTOR JVanthey Named To MCA Board Edward G. Mantbey of WetffteM has been named to the advwy board of Motor Club of Amerca Companes, wth natonal headquarters n Newark, A natve of Jersey Cty, Manthey joned MCA n MB and apent fve years n the South Jersey area when Motor Club opened several branches there. He later came to the home clams department, where he s now supervsor of subrogaton-lfe-persotal accdent polcy and dsablty clams both n New Jersey and out-of-state, Durng World War, he served as a frst sergeant n the dvsonal headquarters of the U.S. Army's 7th Armored Dvson. He s actve n the U.S. Gymnastc Socety, the Amercan. Legon of WastfeW, and the Redeemer Lutheran Church. Manthey lves wth hs wfe, Betty, at 750 Frst St. 'TOey have ttree marred chldren, all of them former employees: Marlyn, 28; Phylls, 25, and Rchard, 2. Mrs. Man- South -.-rf *** '_» '_ *?>< %m M \X..f-'-V 7;. J 'r* > F:^:^?V'-??r --:/.-..v- W-, *-.'^--'^-..s.-. E #;/<«Federal Grants Lsted Federal grants n ad aggregatng Day, has been approved by the Sensey n the 97 fscal year report of The measure, already passed by $823 mllon are lsted for New Jer-ate. the U.S. Secretary of Treasury. the House was dentcal to the one Toppng the prevous year's dstrbuton by more than $208 mllon, Senator Harrson A, Wllams Jr. ntroduced n the Senate -by U.S. they range n sze from 2,000 pad of Westfeld, (O-N.J.). t declares by the U.S. Department of nteror that, "the Presdent s hereby authorzed and re<uefted to ssue a for preservaton of hstorc propertes to nearly MM mllon n publc proclamaton desgnatng the last assstance grants from the Department of Health, Educaton and Wel-Arbor Frday of Aprl, 972, "Natonal Day.'" fare. Thrteen major Federal Depart* meats and agences are nvolved n the grants dstrbuton to New Jersey state and local governments coverng actvtes rangng from research and development under the Natonal Oceanc and Atmospherc Admnstraton to publc broadcast- noc WEtrrnxo <MX> LEAPHK, THCBMUT, ATML», vm Paul Somers, drector oftoeper-mayoh Arts School of New Jersey Mfck> Coseerts Week ss AsesesttM PresNeat, George C. Grew, DONN SNVDEft SMcsau tae Macent** WestfleU «** ng, hghway constructon and edu-formncaton. at M Elm St., has announced two Jr. sw4 MewSrrfcls* Camtwlav Clulrmn, Mrs. DMU* Waj CMCW, addtons to the school'* faculty. He Mayor Dssw A. ayder sf WevtfleM lea* hs s«ss«rt * the **- lstng *5 tems, the Treasurer'! named Lous Gompertz as the new HuOy Caaecrts Mesa*c»aJt> Camswg* MW u»*tr*»y. He dettgaatod report combnes varous programs clarnet and saxophone nstructor, Asr. STtt *» WwtffeU CsausNuttr Csaeerts Week a tae Mtewfa* for reportng purpose!, ft was explaned. Ttus the number of ndvd- and Casmer, KouakmM as the new trumtmt teacher. ual program* n whch New Jersey WHEREAS mute s a unversal laafaage expresslag nun's deep* partcpate! eceeds ths total. Mr. Ctonpert! was graduated from est feettsgs; aad geea* naseal catertalamebt s a aeeesshy la a ma* The breakdown of Federal grants, the Mannes College of Musc n New representng cash allocatons wthn York Cty and appeared wth He the fscal years 97and lra, were Garden Btate Opera and (he Colorado Mnc Festval. reported by the New Jersey Tarnpayers Assocaton as part of an annual survey. Based upon calcula- the Manhattan School of Musc, t Sr. Kossakowsj, a graduateof tons prepared by The Tax Foundaton, these estmated that New Jer-secton of the New Jersey a current member of the trumpet Symphony ey taxpayer! pad HM n Federal taxes for each dollar receved from the m bllon natonal grant* d* trbuuoa last year. Ths rato was down from $l.n recorded n fscal 970 and placed the State fourth from the top of the Ht of states payng most for a Federal ad dollar. Untl recently. New Jersey topped the lst of "payng" stetet. Whle Federal grant-tn-ad programs are not desgned to return ad equalng the tax cost to each state, NUTA sad. New Jersey benefted from a slghtly larger proporton of the natonal dstrbuton and ncreased grants n varous <wetfare and educatonal programs last year. The Assocaton expressed concern at the sharp ncreases n the Federal grant-n-ad program natonally from an esmated 30 bllon ths year to more than $43 bllon n fscal 973 when the Federal budget s expected to show a deftt n excess of $25 bllon. Completes Esso Course Carles W. Freeman of 30C2 Edgewood Ave. has completed a fveweek course n servce staton management at He Humble Ol k Refnng Co. dealer tranng school n HaJnfled. ALLSON */-;..- «"' t- Kg MOVNG STORAO PACKNO 0STANC 2764)898 Grotfora SEAT COVERS A. VNYL-TRM ARWEVE ' Dre» up your c«r> Custom llt Whab», Lowat-prc* anyw FULL SET FOR MOST CABS B. ALL CLEAR PLASTC 00%Cltor, h«avy, No clolh Gugrds, rtval upholsttry Custom lt> Lowvt prct *v«rl PUUL SET FOR MOST CAHS M STALL ED FBEE Wffllu»' Arbor Day Legslaton Approved A resoluton to permt the Presdent to proclam "Natonal Arbor Two Jon Arts School Faculty Orchestra. Mr. Somers noted mat Mr. Kossafcowat jons three other members of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra who are presently on the faculty of the Performng Arts School of New Jersey. y He lstedd them as Dr. Malcolm Smth, oboe; Beth Schwartz, harp; and Mary Wotrech, cello. The new faculty members, Mr. Somers stated, commenced ther actvtes at the school on Apr.. m m mm "WHEREAS Ue Wellleltf Cemmwtjr Ceaccrts Awecatea a«s te the cvltare ** eukamnt af late ctmmwulty fcy yrwuug the ettjaeafl of Weetftel «a* MartaaHy to sear mudc perermc* fty werm amew fhms, as* WHEREAS Use WeetfleU Cemraaattjr CeauerU Aesecaltoa s fceuta* Urn amul memtenu) empalga, "New, THEREFORE,, Dett Snyer, Mayer of WeslfleM, 4e hereby proclam the week ef Apr. tt-0, WW, as WctfleM Cemmudty Ceaeert* Week Mad avlle the cfttem ef *Mt town to recefklse taw m ftaace laf the eeaeert eere* to tae cultural lfe ef WetfkU, by saaparttag the Asssetattea' campalga * ,,.,.,,...-.(,,..''. *> S&S % sm-$*y^ m$ \<<v<<:< mmm <^^&; tt:*#totf;*:tttttk.v.] &. r ---,:e>-s. WESTFELD GLEE CLUB Undtr the Drecton of EDGAR. WALLACE PRESENTS TS 47th SPRNG CONCERT FEATURED SOLOST - Karen Kmble of New York Cty - Soprano wnner of the Amercan Opera Audtons Lyrc TME - Saturday, Aprl 29 at 8:30 P.M. n the Westfeld Senor Hgh School STUDENT AND GENERAL ADMSSON TCKETS AVALABLE FROM THE MUSC STAFF, ELM ST. OR BANDSTAND, BROAD ST. OR AT THE DOOR OR CALL FOR THE SAFETY, COMFORT & BEAUTY OF YOUR CAR CONVERTBLE TOPS VNYL CAN'T LEAK TOPS Electroncally w«othtr «W cuftle* ft* Lowe«t prce any wh«r«* ncludvt new f full vew wndow. PLASTC WNDOWS REPLACED FOR MOST CARS NSTALLATON FUEC NSTALLED SHOCK ABSORBERS ^. Fnest Qualty -Double Acton AS LOW AS APAB NSTALLED MUFFLERS & TALPPES HAVE YOURS NSpECTEJD FREE MOW) SLENT MUFFLERS Ouu Ltt Lon >f Emro lfwf, All (! Tmx Quet 6pwr«lw A L«nt«r LJ(«. mlalud hy «p«fl whll y«u wal, S MNUTE NSTALLATON WHtLE YOU WAT BRAKE JOB ON ALL* WHEELS FNEST QUALTY BONDED BRAKES AS LOW AS All Drus R»hll4 All Whwl M»»l«c* Frtnt Vhttl' Arfjust ft Blt*4 All Un««. 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21 Mffftfftft frf./.v A C T V T E S N T H E C H U R C H E S O F W E S T F E L D A N D V C N T Y Jll^fll ftt, emmem CHURCH SERVCES faeteff fue catmouc ammm na sour tmrr SECTOftT: ll Fnl St. -OMlfT CONVENT) ll THeJr H* MMJ - m-th t «:«,, M ll;tf a.m., l p.m. ymmt ffme&f, 9:4, e.n. H* MM Mm (fmek Man). mm, ** p m at 7, *\ 9:,: t f m $ 9, 7,, 9 MTMBHB leftw Nova* ttd Mare? at 9 p.m. : BeaedtoUeB dart* the actual jm Fzdey at :39 p.m. 00 Sunday at 2 pm by CWtaaw. Every Saturday and vat of Holy Day* and Frat Frday, from 4 to 5 and Cram 7:# Ho :0. p.m. 9T. HELEN'S B.C. CHURCH aw. ThaaMfl B. Meaavy, Pastor awr. Eflvaf S. Matkknrto, AHUtaat tot. Am P. G«(ttr»t, *r»*afem» Mtu^ty; Ull Bakway Ave., WcetfteM, N.J.. m-uu Sunday Haaaea at Edson Junor feh School Audtorum at 8, 9:5, 0:99 and :45, Saturday ftrennft Maaa at 9:90 m. at Bdtooc Junor Hgh School. Weekday Mass at Holy Crow Chapel, Lamberts MH Road and latoray Avenue, 9 ant THE MOUNTANSDE UNON CHAPEL Hghway _._ MoutaauMe, N. J. He*. Roaald S. B6»ce. Paatar 99 Sherweo Parkway H»me Paww; M-SSM Study: ttt-ms Sunday, 9:46 a.m., Sunday school lor all ages; a.m., mornng wortflp acrvke (nursery and chldren's church provded); 5:45 p.m., Junor Pd senor youth groups; 7 p.m., ronng worshp servce. Monday, 7 p.m.. Poneer Grk. for grls, grades 2-2. Wednesday, 8 p.m., md-week frayer servce. ETHCAL SOCETY Jeffrey Mntz of Newark wll speak on "A Sensory Celebraton at the Essex County Ethcal Culture Socety on Sunday at a.m. Mr. Mntz s an attorney for NAACP Legal Fund n Ne\* York Cty, n addton, he s the leader of an Encounter group and half been studyng encounter group technques under Glenn Boles, a promnent New York Cty psychologst. T TWWTT Sunday: M a.m., Orthoa; M:»m. t aaaa^ay chaal; 9:Sw te : ttrtae Ukw«r FlfaTt CttnMaf OV CflUvf TM. Sunday, U a.m., church servce, Sunday School, nursery, lesson-sermon: Probaton After leath; Golden text: The Lord wll perfect that whch concerneth me: thy mercy, O Lord, enduretl for ever." Psalms 39:8. Wednesday, 8:5 p.m., testmony meetng. FVT tllllleu MaTTMOWtT At fls*?. Clark W. Heat Htm C. Wt*efce? Pallaft.EHeturlca bavtt r. Rarwea James A. Jehasea Sunday, 9:30 and! U a.m., all departments of the church school meet; 9:30 and a.m., worshp wvcea n the sanctuary, Dr. Clark W. Hunt, senor mnster, wll preach; 3 p.m., councl on youth mnstry, Fellowshp (Room; 4:30 a.m., marrage enrchment councl, Room 38. Monday, 7:90 p.m., the Fshermen wll meet n Room 209. Tuesday, 6:45 p.m., Men's Club dnner-meetng, socal hall; 8 p.m., the urban mnstry, Room 209. Wednesday, f p.m., adult educaton sprng seres, led by Dr. Mchael Ryan, of Drew Unversty, n the chor room; 8 p.m ; Worshp commsson, {Room 209; 8 p.m., fnance commsson, Room 04. Thursday, 8 p.m., busness management commsson, 'Room 06. Frday, 6:30 p.m., "Cluster" group. Room 28; Youth Adult retreat through Sunday, Camp Lnwood. T. PAUL'S EPSCOPAL CHURCB 44 East Br«ad M. Westfleld, N. j. ftrrev. canwr Btetwrd J.nardmaa >. Tht JR^r<- Hagh Llvengood He'* Rev. D. Thomas Andrews The Rev. Charles A. Cesartttl tkt Her. Herbert AmnateffBt 7 a.m., holy communon daly except Sunday. Thursday, 9:30 a.m., Chrstan healng servce; 6 p.m., Godspell theater trp. Frday, 5 p.m., S.E.YJC, Camp Out; no J.E.Y.C. meetng. Sunday, 7:45 a.m., holy communon; 8:45 a.m. and 0 a.m., holy communon and sermon; :30 a.m., mornng prayer and sernon; 2:45 p.m., holy baptsm, Monday, 0 a.m., ecclesastcal embrodery class; 6 p.m., adult confrmaton class. Tuesday, (St. Mark), 9:30 a.m., holy communon; 0 a.m., holy communon and dstrct meetng of Epscopal Church Women; 8 p.m., vestry meetng; 8 p.m., aduk con lrmaton class. Wednesday, 9:30 a.m., holy communon; 8 p.m., trustees meetng; 8 p.m., Cosmopoltan Club. et. Jestft.AHett Sunday,» a.m., wwsfe* aervfee (nnovatve) " fceltve, ft* Hy Unbelef," guest see*** are GHAston* R DoMUb from Jamaca M Peter C.8. latovu from Uganda: a.m., worshpservjee-dr. ChrttM preachng onftetheme, "from Hoa- «t DoubttoFrm Fath" from the seres, 'lvng Ths Sde of Easter";»;«a.m., Men's Trangle Bble Class; o a.m., enrchment ebases; 0 a.m., Elzabeth Norton Bble Class; 9, 0, a.m., church school classes.. Tuesday, p.m., Elzabeth Norton Bble Class luncheon. Wednesday, p.m., nomnatng commttee. Frday, Apr. 2B, 7 p.m.. Junor Hgh fellowshp; 8:M p.m., A.A. Saturday, Apr.», 8 p.m., Drta coffee house. CONOftKfcATMNU m WeatfteM# Nsw L.B. M. E. Mc «ls«gfc Sunday, 9:45 a.m., church schodl n the Center; o a.m., mornng worshp n the Meetng House; a.m., actvtes hour n Coe Fellowshp Room, hostesses for the coffee hour wll be Mrs. Emma Hege and Mrs. Arthur Klng Sr. of 866 Faracres Ave.; 6 p.m., Serendpty Lab n Coe Fellowshp Room;? p.m., Senor Hgh Fellowshp n the lounge. Tuesday, 25th Annual Antques Show; 7:45 a.m., Alateen n Coe Fellowshp Room; 8 p.m., Al Anon n Coe Fellowshp Room;ftp.m., Al Anon Famly Group n Coe Fellowshp Room. Wednesday, 25th annual Antques Show; 3 p.m. 5 p.m., Slver Annversary Tea, Coe Fellowshp Room. Thursday, 25th annual Antques Show. TOWT BAPTST CHURCB 7t Elm Street Ker. Wllam E. Cstor. Ret. Rabett W. HutdMr» Assocate Paster Thursday, 6:90 p.m., Chancel Chor pothck supper; 8 pm, board of Chrstan educaton. Frday, p.m., Senor Ct&enfl' trp to Duke Gardens. Saturday, 8:30 a.m,-4 p.m., glass recyclng center. Sunday, 8:45 and a.m., mornng worshp, sermon by the pastor, the Rev. Wllam K. Cober, on the subject, "The Mark of Forgveness"; 8:45 a.m., church school for preschool chldren; 9:5 a.m., church school for chldren through grade 6; 0 a.m., church school classes fro 7th through 2th grades and adults; 3 p.m., recepton: for the Rev. and (Mrs. Wllam K. Cober; 6 p.m., Junor Hgh Fellowshp; 6 p.m.. Senor Hgh Fellowshp. Monday, 7:45 p.m., adult commttee dessert meetng at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rdbert R. Heckman, 5 South Wckom Dr. Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., Choral Art Socety; 8:5 p.m., Frendshp Guld; p.m., prayer group. Wednesday, 9:45 a.m., mothers' study group; 0:39 a.m., nursery school mothers. Fuel Ol and Burner Servce ^ * *,? ', - ^. ^ «- n wth are' lsesrested a atflatag Cmaan-n or wst to heat tlm temple faewtfa t aa* to eat Mrs. Cvelya Cohen, ff*. Mto KsmbtnUp servces, :t5 p.m.; lunm ftmsff wltt Apeak on "The Rchest Chapter n the Bble." fluaday, adult educaton lecture eefef, f p'm.; XM. UfUfcert Syke, fsyenatrst, ' AdoWeeenee and Cot- * Monday, confrmaton class, 4:o Tuesday, Men's Club brdge, GRACE ORT80Q0X Ktr, Ktfesrl L. AtweS worshp servest at a.m. and 7 p.m., Sunday school add Bble study for alt gaes at «:X a.rrt., a nursery s provded both morntg am* evenng; Jr., nter., and «r. Hachen Leagues meat at the church at 6 p.m.; older youth meet at :30 p.m.. Wednesday, tev. Atwel's das n saah at 0 s.m, wth restarwnts served pror to class, a nursery s provded. Prayer meetng and Bble study at 7:45 p.m. FHday, Fun Nght for grades through 6 at 7 p.m. Saturday, The flm, "'m Seven teen and Pregnant and Don't Know What To Do" wll be shown at 8 p.m. The flm, s presented by Bethany Chrstan Home of North Haledon. - BEDMMKR LUtHKEAN CHURCH ttt Ctrterttwaltt Place WestfleM, New Jetsey mm The Rev. Etgeat A. Bhwafca Vkar Davd ZcrM HMS7 Snkty fletael am Bble ClastMt t:3f a.m. at l#:ll a.m. Famly WersWp serrleest a amll:ua.n. Sunday, 9 a.m., Matn's servce; 9:30 a.m. and 0:0 a.m., Chrstan nurture hours; :5 a.m., holy com munon wll be celebrated at tha servce, at both, servces the sermon wll be delvered by the Rev. Eugene A. Rabwlnkel.- Wednesday, 8:50 a.m., Pay School Chapel; 8 p.m., voter's assembly. UNTARAN KETXQ OF WESTFELD WestfleM YMCA lt Ferrs P. Sunday Sendees e:3f A.M. "Socal and Cultural Effects of Technology" wll be the topc for Larry Brdwell on Sunday. He wll express hs opnons from the vewpont of a" young man of 26 years makng the transton to adulthood. Mr. Brdwell was born and grew up n Orange County, Southern Calforna. He majored n hstory at Calforna State College at Fullerton where he earned a B.A. n 9*7. He worked one summer for the Offce of Educaton n O.C. He came to New York Ctf n 99 and taught 5th grade n Harlem for two years. He s presently workng towards a PhJD. n busness at Cty Unversty of New York n the felds of management and publc polcy and busness, and he s em ployed n the nternatonal dvson of a major Amercan corporaton. (Dscusson and coffee after the talk. Relgous educaton for Undergarten through 8th grade. Nursery for pre-schoolers. ECHO LAKE CHURCH OF CHRST Eatt Broad St. at Seragfleld AT*. Westfleld, New Jersey Mnsters: ThomM Traylor Jerry Danel Sunday mornng servces: Bble study, 9:30 a.m.; worshp, 0:30' p.m. a.m.; evenng servces: worshp, 5 Wednesday evenng: Bble study, 7:80 p.m. Thursday mornng: Lades' Bble class, 0 a.m. Thursday, p.m., deacons meetng. Sunday, 9:5 a.m./ Bble study, church school: Grades $-*Xh; - lt;m a.m., mornftg worshp, cradle roll through 4th grade; U;5 a.m., congregatoosl meetng; 7 p.m., confrmaton class and fellowshp. Wednesday, 0 g.m. t Jfothers' and CMbets* meetng. W L, emmem Sunday, :» and o'clock worsnp servces, Or. Hunt wll preach on the topc "f Then s A Holy Sprt"; Nursery care a provded; :fc> and a.m., church school through 0th trade, ncludng confrmaton clam: a.m.. lft and mh grade clauet-faawood Communty House. Tuesday, * p.m., «Ute4 meetng* Elsabeth Presbytery, Crescent Avenue Prestyteran Chutfe, Plalnfteld; Elders Celvlle, Bluhm and Dtaon wll attend. Wednesday. 0 a.m.,, md-week servce of ntercessory prayer n the chancel ledfaymrs. Margarette Totten; 6 p.m., nomnatng commttee OOCURoom. Saturday, Apr. 39, 6 p.m., Handbell Festval dnner Westmnster Hall and Fellowshp Hall. Sunday, Apr. 30, famly servces at 9:30 and, no church school; 3:30 p.m., organ rectal; 4 p.m., Handbell Festval n the sanctuary. WLLOW GROVE PRESSYTMAN CHURCH M Barttaa R*e, Sestck Plats fter. Jaltat Alexatfler, Dr. SM Oreetfme Re«4 SettehPlalts. Thursday, 0 a.m., studes n the Prophets led by the Rev. JlWan Alexander; p.m., Care^Rmg prayer staff meetng. Frday, e p.m., "The Beam" coffeehouse for youth. Sunday, 9:30 a.m, and U a.m., worshp servces, the Rev. Julan Alexander Jr. wll speak; church school fth through 0th grades ot 9:» a.m.; th and 2tt grades and three year olds through 4th grade at a.m.; crb room and playpen opett at both sefvlces; 6:90 p.m., Junor, Mddle? and Senor Fellowshps; S p.m., Church and Socety meetng. Monday, 0 a.m to 2 p.m., women's Assocaton servce day, sewng and nursng home workshop; 8 p.m., "What s Chrstanty?" a dscusson seres of the Chrstan fath and lfe. Tuesday, 9 a.m., mornng prayer. Wednesday, 7:30 p m, Senor Fellowshp prayer; 8 p.m., studes n the Prophets led by. the Rev. -Alexander. CALVARY LUTHERAN CHURCH Kaatna S, Cnafart Ae **r. Am* J. t The B*r. Ger4*tf L. Hatf Tte regular church servce wll be held at 6:30 a.m; and U a.m. Babysttng for chldren under three years of age s provded durng ths later servce. Sunday church school s held; from 9:4S to 0:45 a.m. and s open for all departments from nursery through senor hlfth. The adult forum meets at the' same tme n the lounge. Last Sunday, (Meredth Legh Davs, nfant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Davs of Weatfeld, was baptsed at the a.m, servce. Saturday, Jr. Teens bus trp, 8:45 a.m. Tuesday, steerng commttee*, 8 CHURCH NEWS DEADLNE FRDAY R AND HUM 0ONM A, RNYDER, tftw R*r. atd Mrs. WHUm Ctbtr, Dr.»n Mra., aa «M Me*. ««lre. bftcrt Thatcher at toaer Tk*n*y aeaertag the Rev. Cober, Clergy, Communty Leaders Honor Rev. Cober, Soon to Leave Westfeld The Wettfeld^fountanslde Mnsterom held a testrnansj dnner at Redeemer Lutheran Church of WestfeM n honor of the Aev. Wllam Cober, pastor of the Frat; Bsfttst Church. Thursday. The clergy, ther wves, members of agences n the communty, ar»4 Mayor Donn A. Snyder were among those who attended. Gvng sprtual leadershp at the Frst Baptst Church for the past 2 years, as well as beng a trade; n the communty, the Rev. Wllam K. Cober has resgned hs pastorate here as of May 5 to assume a new responsblty n the Amercan Baj>tlat Church as executve mnster of the Kansas Baptst Conventon, wth headquarters n Topeka, Kan. {Featured speaker for the evenng was the Rev. Dr. Joseph H. Heartberg, executve mnster of the Amercan Baptst Churches of New Jersey. Dr. (Hearfoerg stressed, "that St. Luke's Plans Women's Day Rally Rev. Mra Clauda La Garde, wfe of the late Rev. F. A. La Garde, wll be the guest speaker at the a.m. servce Sunday, n honor of De flth annual Women's Day Rally. lev. La Garde s an ordaned mnster, afflated wth the communty Baptst Church of Love n (Paterson. She s drector and organst of the Gospel Chorus and Youth Chor of Communty Baptst Church ot Love, where her son s mnster. Later n the day, at 4 p.m., a muscal program wll be presented. Mrs. Ernestne Perry of St. Luke A.ME. Zon Church s Women's Day charman. The publc s nvted. ALL SANTS' EPSCOPAL CHURCB 59 Park Ave., Scotch PUla The Revere* Mmft.Neltota. The Key. Carl B. Gnteely, Aut. Sunday, Fourth Sunday of Easter, fl a.m., the Holy Eucharst; 0 a.m., mornng prayer; 0 a.m., church school, nursery -9. Tuesday, 0 a.m., the Holy Eucharst, Planfeld Dstrct ECW, St. Paul's, Westfeld; 8:30 p.m., The A.A, young people's group. Wednesday, 9 a.m., the Holy Eu- Thursday, Apr; 27, l p.m., Al-Anon meetng; 7 p.m., Jayceettes meetng. '-. - there are three major concerns whch face every pastor today, frst, to be a lover of God, a lover of your fellowtnan, and a lstener to the needs of people." Speakng generally on the topc, "The Mnstry of the Church Today," Dr. Heartberg mentoned "the Gospsl of Chrst s only effectvely mnstered as a pastor Ls aware of and addresses hmself to the needs of people n the communty n whch they resde. Ths Pastor Caber has demonstrated tme and agan n hs mnstry at the Frst Baptst Church and n the communty of Westfeld." Mayor Donn A. Snyder, speakng n behalf of the communty and also as a member of the frst Baptst Church, sad ''you have had a marrage relatonshp wth your communty and the church you served as pastor whch never was dvorced n terms of beng senstve to the needs of people n both areas of Church Honors Wllam Cober The Frst Baptst Church has an nounced plans for a feceptkm'at the church at 3 p.m. Sunday n honor and apprecaton of the Rev. and Mrs. Wllam K. Cober. Mr. Cober has accented the poston of executve mnster of the Amercan Baptst Churches of Kansas and wll begn hs mnstry there startng May. Mrs. Cober and ther son, Gregory, wll reman n Westfeld untl the end of the school year. At that tme they, and ther oldest son, Peter, a sophomore at Rockjord College, wlt jon Mr. Cober n ther new home n Topeka.. n the 2 years of the Rev. Mr. Cober's mnstry n Westfeld, both he and Mrs. Cober have been actve n many communty programs as well as n denomnatonal work at both the state,and natonal levels. For the past few years, Mr. Cober has been charman of the boavd of managers of the Amercan Baptst Home Msson Socetes. A short servce of apprecaton wll be -held n the sanctuary begnnng at 3:45 p.m. At ths tme, James A. Chrstson, executve secrtary of the Amercan Baptst Home Msson Socetes, 'Dr.' Homer Tufcker^fr^m the Amercan- Baptst Churches of New Jersey, and Rabb Charles Kroloff from the Westfeld Mnsterum, together wth a representatve from lvng." n hs closng remark, Mayor Snyder stated "you are a credt to your professon, your leaderstp n your professon s respected, and we all hope you develop a new marrage relatonshp n your new role as a turcman n Kansas, 3s an executve leader tor many people." Others to speak words of trbute at the testmonal dnner,for the Rev. Cober were Msgr. Charles Murphy, pastor of Holy Trnty Roman Catho* le Church of W-estfdd, the Rev. r. Clark Hunt, pastor of frst Methodst Church of Westfeld; Rabb Charles Kroloff of Temple Emanu* El of Westfeld, the Rev. Dr. Bandolph Jones, (chaplan at Overlook Hosptal, Summt, and the Rev. Eugene A. Rehwnkel, pastor of Redeemer Lutheran Church. The evenng was summed up n the words of Mayor Snyder when he stated, ths human relatonshp, respect for the dgnty for our fellow man, ths knd of gatherng tlls evenng, tells us what we all should be dong together as people who beleve n God, and translate ths belef nto practce n everyday lvng wth one another," the local church, wll speak brefly to the assembled group. nvtatons have been extended to the churches and to muncpal and servce organzatons of Westfeld. The communty s welcome to attend. N Mot m Church New* Page 8 Ths See, Perfect God Perfect Chld-A Healng Prayer An understandng of ths Sprtual concept heated three people of the effects of tuberculoss, menngts/ and physcal assault. 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22 THE WESTFELD (N.J.) LEADK, THWDAT, APML», l#7t UGAL NOTCES SHERFFS SALE Superor Court at New Jersey, Chancery Dvson, Unon County, Docket N-\ F-5OP-7 LARSON MORTGAGE COMPANY, a corporaton of the Slate of Nc*w Jersey, Plantff, vs. JOHN T. BKOWN et ux., Defendants. CVL ACTON WRT OF EXE- CUTON l-'or SALE OF MOVT- GAGED PREMSES. ly vrtue of the above-stated wr ol executon to me drected shall expose for ea)e by publc vcndue, n room B-8, n the Court House, n the Cty of Elsabeth, N\ J,, on Wednesday, the 26h day of Aprl A.D.,»72 at two o'clock n the afternoon of sad day. ALL the followng' trapt or parcel of land and premers herenafter partcularly descrbed, stuated, lyng and beng n the Cty of Plalnfleld, n the County of Unon. n the State of New Jersey; BEGNNNG at a pont n the outheaaterly sdelne of West Ffth Street lad pont beng dstant feet along ad sdelne on a course of north 49 degrees 6 mnutes east from ts ntersecton wth the northeasterly sdelne of Monroe Avenue; thenc* from sad begnnng: pont and runnng: along- the southeasterly Bldelne of West Ffth Street north 49 degrees 64 mnutes east a dstance of feet to a pont and corner; thence south 43 degrees 6 mnute* east a dstance of 5,84 feet to a pont and corner; thence Month 47 degree* 4 mnutes -west a dstance of &) feet to a pont and corner; thence north 43 decree* 6 mnute* west a dlattncfl of 7.74 feet to the pont and place of BE- GNNNG. BENG also known and descrbed ae tot n block 326 of the Offcal Cty of Plalnfleld, N, J. Tax Map a Ujpresently exflts. The descrpton s n accordance wth a purvey made t>y Frederck H, Snger, *g. and C.E, dated November 9. &70. w ALSO KNOWN AS 9J7-M& Wes Ffth Street, Planfleld, New Jersey- There l» due approxmately 2B t - 7.BB wth nterest from February l t 972 and costs. The Sherff reserves the rght to adjourn ths Bale. UALPH OR8CELLO, Sherff Hark Ncholases. Atty. DJ t WL CX ^nf%nn t Pees $72.00 SHERFF'S SALE Superor Court of New Jersey, Law Dvson, Fas- Bale County, Docket # L 892-7, J NEW JERSEY BANK (N*A.>> a Natonal Bankng Assocaton, Plantff, vs, JANE H. PA8SO and JOSEPH J. FASSO, JR., Dec\^!ACTJON WRT OF EXE- CUTON FOR SALE OF PKEM- JSBS,, A ^ By vrtue of tlft above-btnted wrt of executon to me drected shall expose for pale by publc vendue, n room B-B, n the Court House, n the Cty of Elzabeth, N, J., on Wednesday, the 26t day of Aprl A*l>- 972, at two o'clock n the Rfternoon of eald day, all the rght, ttle am nterest of the defendants Jane H, Pasao and Joa«ph J. Fnaso, Jr. n and to the followng property, to wt: ALL that certan tract or pnrcel vt land and premses, herenafter f tartlcularly descrbed, stuate, lyngr and beng n the Town of "Weetfeld n the County of Unon and State of Naw Jeraey. BEGNNNG at a pont n the Southwesterly sde of Dakota ft. whch pont B dstant 70 feet Southeasterly measured along* sad sde lne of DaKotn Street from the dvdng lne between lands now or formerly owned t>y John H. Fraaee and land formerly owned by Dakota Bulders, a corporaton of New Jersey* whch lne s the most North webterly lne of A. ReHubdvtbn of Floral Gardens, Secton Number 3 as herenafter descrbed and from sad begnnng pont runnng thence () along: the Southwesterly sde of Dakota Street South 43 degree* 3 mnutes Bast 75 feet to a pont; thence (2) South 46 degrees 47 mnutes West 40 feet to a pont: thence (3) North 43 degrees 3 mnutes West 75 feet to a pont; thence* (4) North 46 degreee 47 mnutes Kant 4 0 feet to the pont and place of BEGNNNG, KNOWN AND DESGNATED na Lot U, Block 692 on a certan map enttled "Reeubllvlalon of Lots 57 to 6 and63 and 83 on ''Map of Floral Gardens, Secton Number 3, stuate n the Town of Wcettleld and the Townshp of Clark, Unon County, Scale l"-50\ dated May 6, 95&, revsed June 22. W59" made toy Harry * Fofff, Professonal Engneer, and Hed n the Unon County Regster's Offce on May, 960, as Map Number 528-F, Promsee commonly know*n aa No, 746 Dakota. Street, Westfeld, Now Jersey. There B due approxmately 3,- 670,84 and cobtb. The Sherff reserves the rlfft to adjourn ths sale, RALPH ORSCELLA Sherff JEROME ALPER AND AkPER, Attyfl. DJ ft Afrj CL (Mt Fees $86.40 A" O TCK Sealed proposals wll be receved by the Mayor and Councl of the Town of Weetfeld at the Muncpal Buldng;, 42S East Broad Street, Westfeld, New Jeraey on Monday, Aprl 24, 972 tt 2:00 P.M. prevalng tme, for the clearance of Bhoalng from approxmately 4000 lneal fc&t of that porton of tobnson'a Branch of tho Rahway Fver between Wllow Grovo Road and Lamberts Mll Road, WcatfelU, New Jersey, Proposals must be accompaned by a certfed check payable to tho order of the Treasurer of tho Town of Westfleld, n an amount mun to ten percent (D%) of the amount of tho bd. Sad proposals muat alsobe accompaned by t surety company certfcate fltatlne that sad Burety company -wll provde the bdder wth the requred bond, and muat ho delvered lt the place and before the hour above mentoned. Plans and specfcatons may be pcen or procured at the offce of Charles Van Bfrtnchotcn, Tx>wn Engneer, Publc Workfl Center, 920 North Avenue, "WeBtflcld, Nc>v Jcry, Tlo Sfayor nnrt Councl re serve tho rlgrht to reject any and all blls, f, n tho nterest of {he Town, t ]s d Gm«d advsable to do so, Charles Van Bennchoton. Town Engneer 4-3-2t Fee* $0.30 J3y wrt due f H LEGAL NOTCES SHERFF'S SALE Superor Court of XPW Jersey, Maneery Dvson* Unon Cwuny, Dvket No. F-H5-7. THR FEUKRAL NATONAL MO3TT- OAOE ASSOCATON', a corporaton, Plantff, vs. SAMUEL J. KNGHT, vt ak t Uefentlunts- C3V, ACTON WRT OF RXE- PUTOV FUR SALE OF MOKT]) PREMSES, vrtue vt the tbove eta ted of ex-cuton to me drected expuoe for sale by publc venf n ruom B-8, n the Court House, n the Cty of Elzabeth. N, J M on WeUnewday, the 26th day of Aprl A.D,, 972, at two o'clock n he afternoon of sad day. A.LL that tract or parcel of land, ntuate, lyng and btlngr n the Cty of planfleld, County of Unon and State of New Jersey; BEGNNNG at a pont n the southwesterly lne of Terrlll Road, whch pont a dstant feet southeasterly 'heren from ts ntersecton wth the Boutheueterly ne of Summer Avenue, and runnng:; thence () Alone the south westerly lne of TenlT Roafl, South 42 degrees 30 mnutes east 40,Q0 feet; thence (2) South 47 degrees 30 mnutes West 20,00 feet; thence (3) North 42 degrees 30 mnutes West 4-0,00 feet; thence (4) North 47 decrees 30 mnutes East feet to the SouthweeterJy lne of Terrll Road, the pont or place of BEGNNNG. Sad pr^mlees tl so beng known an 9 TerrU Road, Plalnfleld, N. X Also ncluded heren an part of the mortgaged premeep above descrbed are range, S comb. stm. dre, and all comb, stmyeaeh. t s ntended to descrbe the same premses conveyed to Samuel J. Knght and Frances M. Knght, he wfe, by Deed dated July, 969 and recorded July 4, 9G9 n Book 2865 of Deed6 for unon County pagre 847, There [H due approxmately 25; *lth nterftsr from March, 972 and coatb. The Sherff reserve* the rlsrht to adjourn ths Bale, ULP ORSCB^LO.Sh^rlff DEUBEL AND ESTRN, ATTYS, DJ & WL CX S0-4t Teem $70.05 SHERFF'S SALE Superor Court of New Jersey, Chancery Dvson, Unon County, Docket No, F THE SAVNGS HANK OP CENTRAL JERSEY, a New Jersey corporaton, Plantff, VB. PDEUCK A. N2L- SON, also known as Dlderlck A. NUlfton, also known as Dlderch A. Melson, and RENE M. NELSON, also known as rene Nelyon, he wfe* Defendants, CVL* ACTON WRT OP EXR^ CUTON FO SALE OP MOK- GAGED PREMSES- Hy vrtue of the above-stntel wrt of executon to me drected shall expose for sale by publc vundue, n room 3-8, n tle CouVt Houne, n the Olty.of ELsabelhp N. J., on \Velnenlay, the 2tth day of Aprl A,D. t 972. at two o'clock n tho afternoon of Bald day, AW o the land nnt premses herenafter partcularly descrbed and stuate n the Cty ot Planfeld, n the Conny of Unon and tle State of Now.lereey: BEGNNNG at a pont n the Northeasterly fldo lne of celand Avenue a dlbtance of Forty-two ) feet on a magnetc course of 43 8'W. along aald sde lne from ta ntersecton wth the Northwesterly sde lne nf Radclfff Place: Thenco runnng from sad beennlne pont N< 43 r 8'W, Hlong Bald Bkle lne of Leland Avenue Porty-ono (4') feet: Thence parallel wth he aforesad Hde lne of Radcllff Place N, 47 0'E, a dlatance of One Hundred Twenty-Fve (25'> feet: Thence parallel wth the aforesad sde lne of Leland Avenue S, 43* 8'E, a dstance of Forty-one (4') feet to a nolnt for a new corner: Thence a. t* 0'W. a dstance of One Hundred Twentylve <25') feet to the place of BE- GNNNG. ALSO KNOWN aa 69 Leland Avenue. Planfleld, New Jersey. There to due approxmately >2 ( wth nterest from February 25, 972 and cost* The Sherff reserves the rffht to adjourn thla sale, RALPH ORSCBLLO, Sherff Ralph J- Smalley. Jr BJ Atty, DJ ft WL CX-46-0S SHKRPP'S SALE Superor Court of Now Jersey, Chancery Dvson, Unon County. Docket No, F ELZABETH SAVNGS BANK, A Backng* Corporaton of the State af Mew Jersey* Plantff, VB. JOHN J- SABN, et ux, t et al, Defendants. CVL ACTON EXECUTON FOR SALE OF MORTGAGED PREMSES. By vrtue of the above-stated wrt of executon to me drected shall expose for.sale by publc vendue t n room B-8, n the Ccurt House, n the' Cty oc Elzabeth, N, J. t on Wednesday, the 2fth day of Aprl A.D., 972, at two o'clock n the afternoon of sad day, ALL that certan lot, tract or parcel of land, herenafter partcularly descrbed, stuate, lyng and beng n the Cty of Planfeld, County of Unon am State of New Jersey; BEGNNNG at the corner formed by the nterhectton of the Northvc&terly Hrtc lne of George Street wth the Southwesterly ade lne of Emerson Avenue and thence runnng <) from sad begnnng: pont South 59 degrees 39 mnutes west and along the eald Hde lne of Georg-Q Street a dstance of feet to a pont and corner theren; thence (2) North 30 degrees 2 mnutes West nnd at rght angles to sad George Street a dstance of U.46 feet to a pont and corner; thenct <3) North 44 degrees 35 mlnutea East a dletknce of 60.4 feet to a pont nnrl corner n tha aforementoned Rde lne of Emerson A-venuo; thenco (4) South 45 degrees f6 mnutes East and alontfhho snld Mrle lne of Emcr/jon Avenue a dstance of 3D.D2 feet to tho pont nc place of BEGNNNG. HENC also known as 2R George Street, Plalnflolrl, New Jersey, Thore a due approxmately $25,- 832,03 wth ntorest from February 23, 972 nncl $7,4.66 wth nterest from October!), 37 fnd cowth, The Sherff reserves the rght to Adjourn ths eflle, RALPH OnSCELT^O, Sherff STEN, STEN afl HUGHES, AttyB. DJ & WL CX46DB f OAL NOTCES LEOAL NOTCES S SHERFF'S SA>K Superor Court uf New Jersey, Chanoery DV:BO\ Unon Cuuny # Dodcet Na F-S34-7. THE FKOSRA^ KATONAJ> MOHT- GACf ASSOCATON", a corporht!an t Plantff, vs. BOOKER T. KRK- LAN > t et als,. T>efervant», CVL ACTON WRT OF EXTC- CJTKJN VOn SALE OV MORT- GAGED PREMSES. L-ly vfrluf uf the nbovc-s 4 ated ^vrlt of executon to me drected ahall expoeo far talo by publc vtndue, n room B-8 t n the Court House n the Cty of Elzabeth, N, J._ on Wednesday, the 0th day of May A.D, k 972. nt two o'clock n the afternoon of sad day. ALL that tract or parcel of land, stuate. yn«" and benjr n the CUy of Planfeld, n the County of Unon, n the St*te of New Jersey: BEGNNNG at a pont" n the center lne of Eat Second Street sad pont beny dstant two hundred thrty (230') feet n a Northeasterly drecton Alone sad renter Jne from ts ntersecton wth the center lne of Eerckman Street; thence runnng <) along sad center lne of Ea*t Second Street, North thrty-aeven degrees fftytwo mnutes* East (N, 37* 62' E,). a dbtance of thrty-nne and sxtyfve hundredth* <39.66') feet to a pont and corner of property now or formerly belongng to Matteo Speno; thence runnng (2) along sad Speno' property, North ffty degrees twenty-three mnutes west (N ' W.) a dstance of on«hundred thrty and two hundredth** (30.02), feet to an angle pont n sad Speno's lne; thence runnng (3) along another lne of sad Hpeno's property. North forty-one decrees ffty-one mnutee West, a dstance of sxty-four and seventy-four hundredtnn (6*.74') feet to a pont and corner of sad Speno'e property; thence runnng (4) along another lne of sad Spemo's property, para- ]el) wth aforeead Hne of East Second Street lotn. South thrtye^ven deftrees flftv-tw^ mnutes West (S. 37* 62' W.) a (Uetance of twenty-four and nnety-four hundredtha (Z.94' feet to another corner of sad Bpeno'g property; thence runnng* (6) parallel wth the aforesad lln of Berckman Street South forty-three degrees ffteen mnute* East (B. 43 C 5' B.) a dlktfnce of one hundred nfnotyfllx (!#r>'> feet to the place of BE- GNNNG. THE aboce descrpton «n accordanre wth a survey prepared hy C. H. Flrntbrook Sons, C.E,, Planfeld, N. J. ( whch survey s dated June 20, 9*59. BENG alflo Known as Lot No, 25, n Block No, 27 as shown on the off leal tax mnp of the Cty of Planflelrt Unon County, New Jeraey. HKN(J ABO known af No. 77 Kat*t Second Street, Plantleld, New Jersey. SURTEOT to atd toother wth any rghts to any party drveway for tle beneft of the premses n queston nnr prontues adjonng the Hume on the "West, and more partculnrly set forth n an Agreement rntor May 3 t 900; made by and between tavlno p. Lamastra and TSlsa D, Lftmnstra, hs wfe^ And Pomenco T^amAstra and Hsose LamaRtra, hs wlfg, and Carolyn A, Ntah, wlch AK^ooment was recorded n tho Unon County Re*rUter'B Offce n Book 24BS of Deeds for sad county, on page 330 Ac. T S ntended to descrbe the game premses conveyed to Booker T. Klrkland and Estelle Krkland, hfb wfe, by deed dated July 0, 9S9 recorded July 4, 9«9 n Book 28SB of Deeds for Unon County, Page 866. There n due approxmately $3,*- 77*.09 wth nterest from February 25, 972 and coats. The Sherff reserved the rght to adjourn thle pale. RALPH ORlSCEt^La Sherff DEUBEL AND ESTRN, Attys, DJ ft Wh CX *3-4t Fee $24,80 SHERFF'S SAW3 Superor Court of New Jftmey, Chancery Dvson, Unon County, Docket No. F-922-7, THS HOWARD SAVNGS NSTTU- TON, a corporaton of New Jersey. Plantff, vfl, PUMTVO ACBVEDO, et als, Defendants. CVL ACTON WRT OF EXE- CUTON FOB SALE OF MORT- GAGED PREMSES. By vrtue of the above-stated wrt of executon to me drected shall expose for sale by publc vendue. n room B-B, n the Court House, n the Cty of Elzabeth, N. J,, on Wednesday, the 7th day of May A.D., 972, at two o'clock n ffte afternoon of sad day. ALL that tract or parcol of land, stuate, lynr ftnd bene n thp Olty of Plunfleld n thd County of Unon n the State of New Jeraeyj BEGNNNG at a pont n the northwesterly sde lne of West Front Street dstant feet southwesterly from the ntersecton nf the south westerly sdelne of Went End Avenue wth the northwesterly Bdelne of Went Front Street; thence, North 30- degrees 26 mlnuteo west for a dstance of feet to a pont; thence 2, North 69 degrees 34 mnutefl east for a rtstanco of 85 feet to a pont; thenco 3. South 30 degrees 26 mnutes east 264 feet, plus or mntb. to a pont n tho northwesterly sdelne of Weal Front Street; thence 4. Southwesterly alontf the northwesterly Hdellne of West Front Street 86,0 feet plus or mnus, to the pont and place of BEGNNNG, Together wth the land n front of tho sumo to the mddle of Went Front Street, to bo used AB a publc street. n conformnnce wth a survey prenarort by C. H. Frstbrook & Sons, C3. and *8-, 240 West Front Street, Flanrem, N, J. ( dated May 4, 970, Beng the aame premses conveyed to the Mortggor! heren by deed of Rslen Realty nc. to bo recorder! smultuneoutly wth the mortgnere n the Offce of the ReplMter of Unon Comty, New Jersey, Thla n a purehaao money frst mortgage pvcn to Hecuro a pnrt of the purchukc prce pad for tho premlsea bove lbr SHERFF'S SAT^E Superor Court of New Jersey, Chancery Dvson* rnlun County, Docket Xo. F-3-7. FfHSTNW JWHSEY BANK, tt N. J, Ourp., Wttlntlff, vn- A. J, COSTAN- ZO, lnt:. t a N, J, Corp., et als., L>e- 'ulunts. Cvle ACTON WRT OF EXK- CUTON TORSAL OK MOKT- GAO-:J PREMSES. By vrtue of the tbove-atated wrt of executon to me drected shall expose for sale by publc vendue, n roam B-8. n the Court Houae n the Cty of Elzabeth. N, J, t on Wedneglay, tbe 0th day of May A.D M at two o'clock n the afternoon of ttad day. All that tract or parcel of land and premse*, herenafter partcularly deacrbed, ntuate, lyng and beng > the Cty of Kllabeth, n the County of Unon and State of New Jersey, UKGNNNQ at A pont (6,00 feet southerly from the corner formed bv the ntersecton of the outherly sde of Garden Street wth the ea»t- \svly bde of Maple Avenue foet; tlcnce southerly parallel wth Maple Avenue 65,00 ft j et; thence vvtsterly at rght angles wth Ma* pe Avenue &O.00 to sad lne of Maple Avenue; thence northerly along Maple Avenue 6&.00 feel to the place of BEGNNNG, Exceptng" therefrom that part whch was conveyed to the State of New Jeraey tn Beed Bonk 86 page 85; recorded n the Unon County Replstera Ofrce, And more partcularly descrbed aft follows; BEGNNNG at a pont formed by the ntersecton of the dvdng lne between lands of the jrranton heren on the nouth and lands now or formerly of Frank Svoboda and wfe on the north wth the easterly sde lne of Maple Avenue and runnng thence H) easterly alone lad dvdng Hne a dstance of S.0G feet to the outherly rtght-of-way lne of New Jer«ey State Hghway dstant feet radally from the center lne of the aforeaatd State Hghway: thneee <2) along sad southerly rght-of-way Hne of sad State Hghway. n a Bouthwe*terly drecton concentrc wth and 70,00 faet dstant from the aforesad center lne of the State Hfghway along the arc of a curve to the rght wth a rartue of 270,00 feet, a dstance of 3.B feet more or lets to the easterly sde lne of Maple Avenue; thence (3) northerly alone fald easterly sde lne of Maple Avenue, a dstance of.60 feet mere or les to the pont or place of BEGN- NNG., The street address of the property whch js beng foreclosed s #50 Maple Avenue, Elsabeth, N. J, 7& re ) du ltl 7&? re )X d, u? approklmatelf»68 t - 06,94 wth ntfrrest from February, 972 and coats. The Sherff reserves the rght to adjourn thn sale. RALPH ORSCEJLO, ^ M Sherff Durand A. M^frlone, Atty, DJ & WL CX «"3-lt Fees 9.20 SHERFF'S SALE Superor Court of New Jersey, Chancery Dvson, Unon County. Docket No, F-U48-7. THE FEDERAL NATONAL MORT- GAGE ASSOCATON, a corporaton. Plantff, VB. AARON W. WL- LAMS, et ale., Defendants. CVL ACTON WRT OF EXE- CUTON FOR SALE OF MORT- OAOED PREMSES. By vrtue of the above-stated wrt of executon to me drected shall expose for sale by publc vendue, n room B-8, n the Court House, n the Cty of Elsabeth, N. J. ( on Wednesduy, the leth day of May A.D., 972. at two o'clock n the afternoon of sad day. ALL/ that tract or parcel of land, Bltuate, lyns-and beng n the Cty ot Flalnfeld, County of Unon and State of New Jersey: BEGNNNG n the southeasterly sde of Bant Second Street, feet northeasterly theren from ts ntersecton wth the northeasterly sde of Wley Avenue thence () along the southeasterly sde of Bast Second Street North 44 degrees mnutes Bat, feet; thenco (2) Bouth 44 degrees 09 mnutes Bant, 50 feet; thence () south 44 degrees mnutes "West, feet;, - ttonce <4> north 44 degree* 00 mnutes West, 50 feet to the southeasterly sde, of East Second Street and the pont of BEGNNNG. The foregong descrpton s made n accordance wth a survey made by Roger M. Carroll and Company dated October 23, 969. Sad premses also beng known at 446 East Second Street, Planfeld, New Jersey. Also ncluded heren as part of the mortgaged premses above descrbed B a range. t s ntended to descrbe the mme premses convoyed to Aaron W. Wllams, marred, by Deed dated December 0, 969 am recorded n Book 2878 of Deeds for Unon County page 792, on December There s due approxmately 8, wth ntorest from February *., 972 and costs. The Sherff reserves the rght to adjourn thftt sale, HALPH ORSCBLLO. Sherff DEUBBL AND ESTHN, Attys. DJ & Vt CX Pecs Surl uremlftoh nlho belncr knrnrn na 902 Woat Front Street, Plalnflold, N T There \H duo approxmfttfly J3, 24,70 wth nterest from March 5, )72 and cohts, Tho Sherff rnservea tlo rght to adjourn thla gale. Sherff CHANAblS, LYNCH ^ AtLys Fees JS3.5 NOTCE TO PENON8 TV MLTARY SERVCE OR PATBNTl V VUTERANS* HOSPTAL** AKU TO THER RKLVTVKS AND FRENDS f you are n the mltary aervlc or are a patent n a veterans* hosptal and desre to vote, or Jf you arc a relatve or frend of a peron who s n the mltary servce or la a patent n Et veteran**' hoanltal who, you beleve, wll de«r«to vote n the Prmary Electon to bo hold on June, 932, kndl3 wrte to the umleralyned at onct makng applcaton for a mltary am vce ballot to be voted n bald electon to bo forwarded to you atutnt? your name, age, seral number, home adctreae and the al drees nt whch you are statoned or onn bo found, or f you desre the mltary servce ballot for a relatve o frend then make an applcaton under oath for a mltary aerrlco ballut tu ho forwarder! to hm, Mtatng- n your applcaton that ho t ov j r tho %go ot 8 year«and fltatlrt hs nane, aeral number, home ad- (lresju. and tho ntldr^aft ut whch h( \H Htutloued or can be found, Formn of uppllcatton utn J# nb< taned from tho undersgned, JOY C, VJK5JAND» Town Clerk $20.( electrc tractor A new concopl tn honu* (jmtmfs hy G E N E R A L ^ ELECTRC FELTUZER LME TURF SUPPLES Storr Tractor Company The Turf People 469 SOUTH AVENUE, EAST WESTFELD, N. J Ar» Program Tonght For Lvngston PTA Professor Spends Almost Three Years On Redesgn of N. ]. Penal Code D CU8UNG THE LAW Pnf. luher E. Urnmltm ef the Rutftfs Law &**!, ctoftraum «f theafaw memwmc* hat pteyred a Mew pawl code fer New Jersey, ck*u wth utfrnj-ftmetaw *«- Uvta M4 BU Fetter ef Eatt Oraage. New Jersey Crmnal Law Revaon Commsson say that hs work wth the commsson typfy bs approach to lfe he s an optmst who beleves that "f we work at problems they can be solved." Descrbed often as a pllor of the Rutgers law School, Prof. Knowtton, hs wfe, the former Nadne Fscher, also of Decorah, owa, and ther 3 chldren make ther home n Madson. Students note that he s ncredbly wtty, but added ttat he makes them work hard and does not stand for any nonsense, That s all very easy to beleve. The sx-foot-four former Marne was once a drll nstructor at Parrs sland. Optmsm plus plan old fashoned hard work geu the Job done, more often than not, accordng to one of the most dstngushed members of the Rutgers Unversty faculty. He Professor Robert E. Knowlton, a man who knows whereof he speaks. Hs ] atest notable accomplshment was to gude the nnemember New Jersey Crmnal Law Revson Commsson through a seemngly mpossble -assgnment the preparaton of a complete new penal code for New Jersey, For two and one half years, startng n March, 969, the panel ncludng a retred appellate court judge, a prosecutor and other equally dstngushed members worked on what Prof. Knowlton descrbed as "the frst attempt to completely overhaul he penal law n the hstory of the atae." Ther work resulted n the completon of a two-volume, 6 page report, the frst volume coverng a draft of a new state penal code and the second, termed a "Commentary," explanng precsely the changes recommended. The proposed code wll be submtted to the Legslature for enactment nto law. Earler ths year the commsson submtted a report on sx-member jures. When then Governor Rchard J. Hughes named the owa-born law professor to the commsson he was makng an obvously emnently qualfed choce. Ths past fall Prof. Knowlton began hs 2st year at Rutgers, frst at Rutgers-Camden, then Rutgers-Newark as a teacher of crmnal law and ts admnstraton. n addton, Prof. Knowlton had served as a consultant to the Amercan Law nsttute n an eght-year study leadng to development of a Model Penal Code. Snce 953 he has been a member of the New Jersey Supreme Court Commttee on Crmnal Procedure and currently s dts senor member. Other adornments to Prof. Knowlton's record nclude servce as a consultant on crmnal law n Burma and Pakstan, co-authorshp of "The Eavesdroppers," a study of the extent of wre-tappng n the Unted States and co-edtorshp af a casebook on admnstraton of crmnal law. A veteran of some of the bloodest battles o the Central Pacfc n the Marne Corps durng World War, Prof. Knowlton returned to graduate after the war from the owa Unver sty Law School wth hghest dstnc ton and went on to earn a Master of Law degree at the Unversty of Pennsylvana on a Bcentennal Fellowshp. Lookng back, colleagues on the Spec. Rtter Assgned To Duly n Korea Army Spec./4 Stephen P. Rtter Jr., whose parents lve at 466 La <3rande Ave., Fanwood, recently waa assgned to the 38th Artllery Brgade a Korea. Spec. Rtter s a radar mantenance specalst n Battery F, 4th Battalon of the Brgade's 44th Ar Defense Artllery. He entered the Army n December 970, completed basc tranng at Ft. Dx, and was last statoned at 'Ft. Blss, Tex. A 966 graduate of Unon Catholc Hgh School, Scotch Plans, he receved a B.A. degree n 970 from Bloom feld College. The 22-year-old solder's wfe Chrstne, lves at 65 Lorane Ave. Pla nfeld. Students wll present a program of dramatc skte and demon atrate ther gymnastc abltes at a meetng at 8 p.m. tonght at the Gov. Lvngston PTA.. AJSO scheduled are nstallaton of offcers and dramatc presentatons drected by Mr. Norman Snyder. The gymnastcs show wll he suppsrvsed by Mrs. Mary Plant and dsplays of students' talents wll be exhbted n the senor cafetera. Departments and drectors nvolved are: Home economcs, Mr*, Artene Church; fne arts, Mrs. Susan Hebe and Mrs. Paula Ehrch; ndustral arts, Danel Gorula and Wllam Ballerak. Refreshment* wll be served. &* <-'- w. v.> p S-TS -<*=*!? y^ n-f.- ***** ^ : f: f\- - s. CaLotfe OLD VRGNA TNTS* TroubU-frM Fnsh** for Shak«f, Shngfo, Hardboard, Rough* sown sdng. A unform flat fnsh for «xteror wood developed specally for strated, rough-sawn, or smooth surface*. Excellent hdng power, easy to apply and mantan. Cabot's Old Vrgna Tnts preserve and proper tho wood; cholco of 62 unque colon (matchng tans avalable), PANT and WALLPAPER CO. 56 E. FRONT ST., PLANFELD 'tr \ V To answer your questons promptly... e nstalled one of the most advanced telephone systems n the world. 'Provdng fast, effcent, and... at the same tme.. 'economcal servce far our more than 3.5 mllon members s a dally chal lenge for New Jersey Bl ue Cross and Clue Sheld. t's mportant that as we grow... more than one hundred thousand new members last year 'alone.. we retan the confdence of our members that we are sth personally nterested n ther welfare. To accomplsh ths we've nstalled one of the most.advanced telephone answerng systems n tho world... a specally-desgned Automatc Call Dstrbutor (ACD). ACD does ust what Us name mples... electroncally swtches your call untl t fnds an open lne. t all tappens automatcally and nstantly., You are connected wth one of more lhan 60 tralnod nqury specalsts, each o whom can quckly got computer-stored clams or enrollment nformaton for yotfj f your questons requre detaled checkng, she wll ntate steps to get you a reply as quckly as possble. Today, more than ever, tme s money. ACD lets us save tme and, therefore, money...our subscrbers' money... n provdng ths valuable telephone servce. There are tmes, though, when even the most modern equpment c^n't keep pace wlh the number of calls w (receve... an average of 3,000 each day. That's why, at tmes, you may get a busy sgnal, ff go, wo ask your understandng, and trust that you'j! gve ACD another opportunty to show how well t works. ACD: t's stll another mportant program from tha dollar-srelcher plans Now Jersoy Blua Cross and Blue Sheld. f you have occason lo calf our Nownrk ofllco abotl Bluo Shlold clnlmo nvolvng corvcoa by physcans or domfsto, call 20) All othor colls ~ noltdnn Bluo Cross culrus for hooplu.l ;arvlcos or gonoral nformaton about olthor Plan - should bo mado o (20) NEW JERSEY BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHELD Hoopltol Garveo Plan o Now Jorooy / Modlcul-Smolcol Plan ol Now Jorcay

23 MAl NOTCS SHERFF'S SALE Superor Court of New Jersey, Chancery Dvson, pnou County. Pocket # F J.. KSL-AK MORTGAGE COR- PORATON (a N. J. Corp.) Plantff. Va.. RONALD FOREMAN, et UX.. et al»., Defendants. CVL ACTON EXECUTON' P JP"J$ SALE OP MORTO AGED Pftffr By vrtue of the abov#-stated wrt of executon to ne drected shall expose for sala by publc vendue, n room B-S, n the Court House, n the Cty of Elsabeth, N. J., on, Wednesday, the 7th day of May A.D., l»72, at two o'clock n the afternoon of»ald day. AX that tract or parcel of land, stuate. lyln*r and beng n the Cty of Plalnfleld, n the County of Unon, n the State of New Jersey: BENG known and desgnated as Lota #39 and 40. Block "J" an khorn on a certan map enttled "Map of Hghland' Park, Planflfld. f J. SOf" aa fled n the Offce of the H*tr later of Unon County, New Jersey on July 6, 937 aa Map #2«-k BENG the aarne premses conveyed to the MortRBtfora heren by deed of saac H. Watson and Anne ft. Wfttaon, hs wfe, of «ven date Herewth and recorded slmultaneoualy wth the mortgage n the Off««of the Regster of Unon County, New Jersey. Ths s a purchase money frst rven to secure a part of the tt^rchase prce pad for the S n foe* d b d ad; psca d premlaea above descrbed. alao beng known aa Hllcreat Avenue, Plan - feld, New Jersey, Also ncluded heren * part of the mortgaged premlsea above deacrlbad are rang* There la due approxmately 2*.- 7»T. 2 wth nterest from February 0. 72»nd costs. The Sherff rtsrvas the rght to adjourn ths tftla. RALPH OfUSCELLO, Sherff WAU.ET AND WA^BY, Attya. DJ ft WL CX-&4-O5 ' ' Fees SHERFFS SALE Superor Court of New Jersey, Chancery Dvson, Unon County, Docket # F, 4S42-7O. J. t, KJULAaC sfortoaqb COK- PORATQlf U N.. Corn.) Plantff, vs. PXVh H. THOMAS et Ux. et ale., Defendants, CVL ACTON EXECUTON FOR SALE OF MORTGAGED PBBMSES. By vrtue of the above-stated wrt of executon to me drected ntall expose for vale by publc vendue, n room B-8, n the Court House, n the Cty of Eltabeth, N. J., on Wednesday, the 7th day of May A.D..»72. at two o'clock n the afternoon of ad day., *.. ALL that tract or parcel of land, stuate, lyng and belnff n the Cty of Plalnflefd, n the County of Unon. n the State of New Jersey: BEGNNNG at a pont n the Northerly sde of Mlton Place, dlstant feet Southwesterly theren, from Ha ntersecton wth the Southwesterly sde of Academy Street: thence. Along the Northerly Bde of Mlton Place, South 49 decrees 8 mnutah West, feet: thence S. North 39 degrees 6 mnutes "West feet; thence 3. North 50 degrees 44 mnutes East, 76 feet; thence 4. South 3D decrees 0 mlnuten East 0.88 feet to the Northerly ade of Mlton Place, the pont or place of BEGNNNG. COMMONL-T known an 303 Mlton Place. Plnlnfeld, Unon County, New Jersey. Beng the same premses conveyed to the Mortfragor heren by deed of Alvtn Heater and Kay Heater, hs wfe, of even date herewth, and recorded Bmultaneoualy wth the mortg-affe.ln the Offlco of the Regster of Unon County, New jersey. Thn s n. purchase money frst (nortsapre gven to secure a part of the purchase prce nad for the premses above descrbed. Also ncluded heren aa part of the mortpag'etl promses above debsrbed are Frlslrtalre elec. range. T comb. alum, storm wndows, 9. comb, alum, storm doors and comb.'word door. There s due annroxmately $7, f wth ' nterest from January and costs. The Sherff reserves the rght to adjourn ths. sale. RALPH OBTRCEl*LO ( " ShBrlff WA,LV,T and WALLBY, Attya. D.T A WL CX t Fees $76.80 PUBLC nrotcm Notce H hereby gven that the Plnnnns Board of Westfleld, New Jersey wll meet n the Muncpal Buldng, 425 Bast Broad Street on Monday, May, 972 at 9:00 P.M. to hear and consder the' followng request for approval of the prelmnary subdvson plat: Subdvson: Connectcut Street Block 5f>9; Lota. 2, Hlock 560, Lots 6, C, 7, 8,» Prospostl Lota 4 Copy of Hat subdvson plat has been fled wth the Town Clerk for publc nspecton, Charles Van Denschoten, Secretary TVeatfleld Planng Board l-20-2t Fees $2.00 LMAL MOTCS HOTCK OF PsUffABT ELECTON T»w» ClrHB's sjtfftee HuMN»««, WaatffleM, *. J. n conformty wth the prevsons of an act enttled "An Act to Regulate Electons." Ttle D. Revsed Statutes of New Jersey and the amendments and supplements thereto, fotee la hereby fflven that qua)- fle* votefs of sad Town of westfeld sot already regstered n sad Town tnder the laws or New Jersey Brovernn* permanent regstraton, nay reflater wth the Town Clerk of sad Town of Westfleld at the sad offce n the Muncpal buldng. WestfUld, Mew Jersey, at any tme up to and ncludng Thursday, Aprl 27, *72.'on < whch date the regstraton books wll be closed untl after the forthcomng; Prmary Electon to be held on Tuesday, Jun« Notce s hereby rven tfeftt ths Dstrct Board of Resjtstrr ># fltctlcpt n and for the vflm Blectlon MtrjcU of the TOTrB OF WKWTCTBM). wll meet n»«places herenafter desgnated on the dates and between the hours herantfttr **t forth, for the purpose of conduct ns; a PrJmar/ Electon for tht nomnaton and electon of peraona to the varous offces lsted below: Electors of a Presdent and Vce Presdent of the Un tstf butss. A Memb«r of the T. B. Bcnste. A Member ef the House of Hsnreaentatlvea. D«]es;aU-*t-Lar*;e and Alternate Pelesatea-at-Larf are to be chosen by tre Republcan Party»nd by the Democratc Pfcrty. ' Dstrct peusratts and Alternate Dstrct Delegates' are to bo chossn from each Conrrassenat Dlstrfst: Count* Delea-atea and Alternate County Delegates srs to be chosao from each county. Three Members of Board of Chosen freeholders. A Mayor for ths Town of Westfeld. ; One Counctlman from cacb of the Four Wards. Male and Psmtl«members of the County Commttee wll be elected by the Republcan and Democratc partes from each Electon Dstrct. Ths; places n tha Mvsrat dstrcts where the sad Boards of Res;etry and flecton wll.nmt are as follows: t ' ' r " frst Ward, rrat Dstrct Roosevelt Jttnlpr Hlh School Frst.WN. Second Dstrct RrtoneveU Junor f rh School FrstJward. Thrd Dltrlct Ben- Jaln Frankln School Frst Ward. Fourth Dstrct Mu> nulpal Bulldlnr Ffrst: Ward. Ffth Dstrct Benn rrsnkln School frst Ward. 8lxtb Dstrct Muncpal Budlng Second Ward, Frst Dstrct Grant School 8«cond Ward, S«cond Dstrct Grant School _Stcon<l Ward., Thrd Dstrct Wa^hlnfrton School Sacond Ward. Fourth Dstrct WUgon School ^ Second Ward, Ffth Dstrct Wlson School Thrd Ward, Frst Dstrct The Armory, B00 Rah way Ave. Thrd Ward, Second Dstrct Lncoln School Thrd Ward. Thrd Dstrct Columbus School Thrd Ward, Fourth DlHtrct Lncoln School Thrd Ward, Ffth Dstrct Jeffernon School Thrd Ward, Sxth Dstrct Columbus School Fourth Ward, Frst Dstrct Mc- Knley School Fourth Ward, Second Dstrct McKlnley School Fourth Ward. Thrd Dstrct Senor Hph School Fourth Ward, Fourth Dstrct Senor Hch School Fourth Ward, Ffth Dstrct Jefferson School, nformaton regardng pollng; nlaces may be obtaned from the Town Clerk's Offce. 42f East Broad. Street, m-*000. Monday through Frday B-5, Blectlon Day 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. JOT C VREELAD. Town Clerk 4-ll-tt...' Fees $f6.7fl BTOTCB OF AVALABLTY OF ANKDAL REPORT OF R0CHVT FOUNDATON To Whom t May Concern: TAKE NOTCE, that the Annual Report of - HOCHAT FOUNDATON - for the tax year endng November 30, 97, requred by Secton 6056 of the nter Dal Revenue Code, s aval able fot- nspecton at the prncpal offce of ROCHAT FOUNDATON 20 Orchard St., Westfleld. N. J. durng regular busness hours, by any cltlen who requests t wthn 80 days after the publcaton of ths notce of ts avalablty. Requests to nspect the.sad Annual Report should be made to the under«gned Prncpal Manager of ROCHAT FOUNDATON at ts prncpal offce au above HtRted, Dated; Aprl *. 972 Plerrs A. Roohat Prncpal Manager of Rocnat Foundaton Nchols, Thomson & Peek, Attya 20 Orchard Street Westfeld, New Jersey 4-20-lt Fes $8.B8 Montfssor Flm *.. \ :. Wednesday nght The Chrstopher Academy t ocng j ffcn, called "the Joy 8>arnnr," r whch demonstrates tome of U materal! and purpoaee, at 6:tt o'cjodc' W«dne»day evenng at TvMqMp School, Wttow Grove Rd. The publc nvted. The tratootur Academy, a Montessor actual, opened ta doors on Sept. H, 9fl8. H ha grown from 6 pre-school chldren to -94 students. Opened the same day as the Bede School n Englewood, t clams to be tbe odeat Montessor school n New Jersey by a half hour. Wth all the research whch has been done n De past several yearn, many psychologsts and psychatrsts beleve that the ctlld'e greatest learnng takes place between the ages of M. Mara Montesaor, the frst wonan doctor to graduate n taly, proclamed ths same fndng over SO years ago and devsed educatonal materals to best utlze the chld's ablty at Us tme. The Monte&nr system of educaton s a prepared envronment d vded nto four basc areas: sensoral, practcal lfe, math and language. The rgd learns at hs mm rate of speed, so that he can go as queddy as he s able or aa slowly as he must, dependng on (he ndvdual chld. Etnphass s put on the "self-dscovery" of the chld. Most of the specal materals used have a bult n control of error so that the chld may see for hmself f an exercse has been properly completed, ft* Chrstopher Academy s now a,qoefutf applcatons for $be school year. Further nformaton s avalable at the school between 0 a.m. and p.m. School s t Jftck Glford f kt heavlet role ckwwt for fptfng vacaton through Apr. 2..' AL LTTERS MUf T SE SGNED Mll^toDrfctPRWork n South for U.S. Steel Co. TW prmmm tf Ct*U» R. MHstead * m KMtfswd Terr, to the newly creatatf voakm <t drector tf pmufc asttr for Unted Steel CovaretoB n the SoutfaMtt, effectve A H*., ww aaawncesj today bf R. Heath Larry, vce charman of the board. n hs AW pattoa, Mr. Mlstead wll have wde respo«l)uty for the fatal range of pawc and communty affars, as veh m tbe pouc r^a t«u responsblty whch he formerly admattered by Earl W. Malldt, vk^ presdent-suth, before hk promoton and transfer to Pttsburgh U«t nwot. Mr. Mlstead wll maanun hs offces at Farfeld, Alabama. A natve af Alabama, Mr. MlsUad s well known throughout the South, hnvns; rapreatnted U.S. Steel M dstrct drector of publc rd* Uos n tbe aevea fautbeastern states pror to ht move to New Vork Cty n lft to haul the steel company'! pubttc rotatons program n the Northeast. "Because Af U contnung nterest n. and the mportance t attaches to, Brmngham and ths entre regon, US. Steel s fortunate n havng dnt Mfafead return to hu natv* South to represent the corporaton n matters of corporate and publc relatonshps and to drect ts actvtes n the mportant areas of wernmenta and cvc affars and and preas and communty relatons," Mr. Larry sad. A graduate of the Unversty of Alabama, wth a A.B. degree n CANADAN MtSKY-A BLEND 80 WOOF MPORTED 6V WTlOWl DlSTlLUtt PRODUCTS CO., NEW VCtt journalsm and a mnor n poltcal scence, Mr. Mlstead s also a graduate of ChUkotte College, n Mssour, where he studed busness admnstraton, and of the Pennsylvana State Unrveraty Executve Management Program. He entered the publc relatons feld n M0 when he joned the Assocated ndustres of Alabama n Brmngham \ae drector of publc relatons, and three and a half years later became assocated wth Unted Slates Steel as publc relatons Held representatve n the Corporatons Sortheast Dstrct. n «M. Mr. Mlstead was apponted assstant dstrct drector of ptfbbc relaton* at Farfed, advancng to the drectorshp n 967. Pror to enterng publc relatons practce, he held varous postons n the South- Durng hs college years, he worked as assstant to the audtor at the Unversty of Alabama, and at Central Foundry Company at Hold, Ala. Durng World War, he served n Naval ntellgence and was attached to Eghth Naval Dstrct Headquarters. Mr. Mlstead was actve n busness, cvc and communty affars durng the years he was located n Brmngham. He served a number of terms as charman of the publc nformaton commttee, Jefferson County Chapter of the Amercan Red Cross, and was a member of tbe board of the Brmngham Area Chapter. For several years he served as Volunteer State Charman of THE WNDSOR GUARDSMAN Wndsor la bom hgh n the Canadan Rockes.;;*. where pure glacal water, robust Canadan grans and _ crsp, mle-hgh ar create the smoothest whsky ever from Canada. ffve WEftmEtD (NX) LEADER, HtAfl>AV, AWL f*\ Wt Publc Relatons for Red Cross and as the State Volunteer Publc Relatons Consultant. He was charman of the publc nformaton and publcty campagn. for Jef^arson County's frst Unted Appeal, and held that poston for two subsequent years. Aso, whle n Brmngham, he served as vce presdent of the Brmngham Centennal Corporaton; charman of the publc relatons commttee, Brmngham Area Chamber of Commerce; State Publc Relatons Charman, Alabama Savngs Bonds Dvson; State Publc Relatons Commttee Charman, Assocated ndustres of Alabama, and Drector and Member of the Executve Commttee <d the Better Busness Bureau of Brmngham. He was also a member of the Alabama Governor'«Safety Coordnatng Commttee and of the executve board, Brmngham Area Councl, Boy Scouts of Amerca. n 970, he was selected as the Dstngushed Alumnus of the Unversty of Alabama's Department of Journahsm. A past pwufent of the Alabama Professon Chapter, Sgma Delta Ch Journalsm socety, hs current professonal and busness assocaton memberaape nclude tbe New York Cty, Breton and VS. Chambers of Commerce; Publc Relatons Councl of the Natonal Assocaton of Manufacturers; Publc Relatons Commttee of the Jont Councl on Economc Educaton; The Newcomen Socety m North Amerca; the New York Chapter of the Publc Relatons Socety of Amerca; and the New York Deadlne Club, wth assocate membershps n the New England, New Jersey and New York Press Assocatons. Open House Saturday Hgh school junors and senors and ther parents have been nvted to vst Unon College's Cranford Campus on Saturday from 6 a.m. to noon, t was announced today by George P. Lynes, drector of admssons. The sprng open house ha* been planned to gve hgh school students and ther, parents the opportunty to see frst hand the facltes and progfams avalable at Unon College, Members of the admssons! staff and student gudes wll be on 'hand to answer questons and to conduct tours of the campus. Passport Photos SECOND DAY SERVCE Westfeld Studos : SSMttt MPORTANT NOTCE! b Customers of EJzabethtown Gas UMWWM8 OH MPfflONH. RESDENT!* HOT LLATKMS 't As of Ma/5,972 and untl further notce we wll not bt abb to accept any adawowl gas hmtlng mt&matlont on pur HUM. Equpment must be n plaoe and connected by May &< 972 to be accepted, Ths lmtaton supersede* any pror commtments whch may have been made. ' We regret havng to mpose ths restrcton but t s necessary to do so n order that we can contnue to fll the present needs 6 our exstng customers. f you now heat your home wth natural gas, we do not antcpate any dffculty n supplyng your needs. However, f you now heat your home wth some other fuel and plan to convert your heatng system to natural gas, you wll be affected. The natural gas shortage s not lmted to ths area but s a natonwde problem. Elzabethtown Gas s dong everythng wthn ts control to help allevate the stuaton for ts customers. Our sster company, Natonal Exploraton, s explorng for gas n Texas and Lousana. We were the frst New Jersey gas utlty to nstall a lquefed natural gas (LNG) faclty, and were the frst n the entre naton to nstall a Sun-Thermal unt. Both unts provde supplemental gas at perods of hgh use durng cold wnter weather. These and other measures are costly and' offer only a partal soluton. WD are workng on the problem, as s the ga9 ndustry n general, and wll nform you when we are able to agan accept addtonal house heatng nstallatons. f you have any questons regardng ths notce, please call our Salsa Department durng normal workng hours at any of the followng numbers: (Unlon-MddltMX countes area) <Plt Hpsburg- Flemlngton area) (Washngton arta) (Ntwton area, 8:30 a. 2 noon only) A BLE The smoothest whsky ever to come out of Canada! lzabethtown Gas Conserve Natural Gas- t's Pure Enorgyl One Ellzabtthtown Plaza, Elzabeth, N. J r

24 not *Effrnu> <NJ.) UEADU, BUMDAT, ARL», un Church News Harp Concert Sunday, Apr. 3 The Paulson Harp Ensemble, under the drecton of Leone Paulson, wll gve a beneft performance n St. Paul's Epscopal Church, 80 Elm Avenue, Rahvay, on Sunday, Apr. JO at 4 o'clock n the afternoon. The performance s n ad of the Cnurcta'l Memoral Organ Fund. ars. Paulson U a graduate of the Jullard School of Musc and studed wth Carlos Salzedo. She also taught harp at the nterlochen Natonal (Musc Camp of (he Unversty of Mchgan, the School of Creatve Art on Martha's Vneyard and the Unversty of Vermont. Mrs. Paulson also appeared as solost wth many symphonc orchestras for the Brtgh Braodcastng Company n England. He Paulson Harp Ensemble has gven concerts at Johnson State College, Johnson, Vermont, the Cultural Art* Commsson of Metuchen, He New Jersey Symphony Orchestra and has appeared on OB&TV Phladelpha and NBC-TV New York. Ttex rsh Tour ncluded concerts at the U.S. Embassy n Dubln and the Royal rsh Academy of Musc, Dubln. Reservaton for tckets may be made by telephonng the parsh offce Monday, Wednesday, Frday mornngs from 9 a.m. to 2 noon. Tckets also wll be avalable at the church door on the day of the concert. Dr. Sant Dnner Guest Dr. Emanuele Sant of Naples, taly, wll be guest speaker at a famly pot-hck dnner at the Frst Unted Methodst Church tomorrow evenng. Dr. Sant last vsted Westfeld n 970 when he toured the (U.S. to report to some assstng churches of the progress at Casa M sterna, an orphanage and school founded by hs parents n 905. Now drected by Dr. Sant, pastor, and hs brother Telflo, doctor, Casa Materna has been home, church, and school for more than 0,000 boys and grls n Naples. The seven-acre locaton provdes park, play ground, and farm for an ncreasng number of chldren. Westfeld resdents who have vsted Casa Materna have been mpressed fcy the delghtful surroundngs, marvelous sprt, and Chrgtaa work of the Sant famly n provdng love and tranng to homeless youngsters. Anyone nterested n attendng the dnner may call tne church offce for nformaton. Local Wtnesses At Conventon Practcally all of Che local members of Jehovah's Wtnesses were n attendance at the three-day Bble Conventon held n Kenrworth durng the past weekend. They were among the audence of l.tn who were somewhat startled to hear Rus- «eu A. MacFbee, dstrct upcrvfeor and prncpal speaker, make the statement that "Because of gnorng God* pont of vew, man has come to be on a collson course wth Hm." After callng attenton to the world condtons afflctng manknd today. (Mr. MacPhee contnued, "The rghteous God s altogether Just n brngng an end to the polluters of the earth, and end to hunger, «n end to war! fee survval of the ndvdual depends on hs gettng God's vew on matters and reactng approprately. "The prophet EzeUel strese*, n the nnth chapter, verse four of the Holy Bble, that one mu*t be 'narked' to escape the rghteous destructon of ungodly men. These 'marked' one* are clearly observable" sad Mr -MacPhee. "They a?e dedcated Chrstan worshpers of Jehovah, the Almghty God, who lovngly offer sprtual ad to others. They are happly at work spreadng true Chrstanty." n concluson Mr. MacPhee stressed the need for becomng "one of the 'marked' ones' durng these f&t crtcal days of ths exstng system of thngs." Flm Saturday At Grace Church The flm, "'m Seventeen and Pregnant and Don't Know What to Do" s to be shown at Grace Orthodox Presbyteran Church, 00 Boulevard, at a p.m. on Saturday. He showng s sponsored by the Couples Club of Grace Church and s pre- 54 Elm Street S PARKNG A PROBLEM? CALL seated by Bethany Chrstan Home of North Haledon. There wll be opportunty for questons and dscusson at the close of the flm. The publc s nvted. Resdent Gves Books to Lbrary Two books on plastcs and ther uses have bees presented Westfeld Memoral lbrary by ther author, Harokt A. Sarvetakk, a local resdent. The books are "Poyvny Chlorde," publshed n MB, and "Plastgols and Organaots," publshed ths year. Mr. Sarvetnck has been a plastcs consultant U Between «C and 964 he served n that capacty n srael. For the hut two years he has operated hs own consumng frm for provdng techncal and economc servces to the plastcs feld n marketng and research. Recently He started Acrlex, nc., whch s a manufacturer of acrlc sheets to be used n sgns, dsplay lghtng, furnture! bouaewaw and gftwftres. A graduate of Newark CoUege of Engneerng wth an M.S. degree n chemcal engneerng, Mrs. Sarvet* nck lves wth hs wfe and three chldren at 0 Cambrdge HA Columbus School Students n Tune r t fo students of Columbus School presented a musc program last week n whch all of the performers demonstrated the development of musc educaton from kndergarten through fourth grade. lte program was under the drecton of Mst Marry Am Domnc, vocal musfc teacher, asssted by Mrs. Jean MoDermott, elementary musk department head, at the pano. He presentaton ncluded a combnaton of two new nnovatve deas n musc educaton; the Carl Orff prncple whch approaches musc through rhythm, and the Zoltan Kodaly prncple whch approaches musc through tone syllable sngng, A varety of actvtes took place on each grade level to renforce the musc concepts proceedng from beat and smple form through awareness of rhythm pattern and melody pattern. The actvtes ncluded folk songs and games whch are pertnent to the Amercan classroom and to the' Amercan culture. RCHARD CHAMBERLAN, m to ammtr Ktag Edward V l TV nftktfta ef "Fer ke Wmuut Leve," abed ds toutftmt Dr. Kltee mae la EMtad. He crtjttf Btakctpeartu reles aw lard weft fer Us grewtfc ste ta act*. "Cold then hot, H> a plot," says the Farmer's Almanac of Aprl 7th through llth, characterzng the battle the forces of summer wage aganst the meltng ramparts of wnter. Early n the. month, wnter seems to wn but ts retreat s nevtable. Tere are stll 35 degree nghts but the days, hover n the hgh 50's, a spread of 20 or degrees. Durng Aprl, summer and wnter n the salt marsh alternate wth the ;des. Low tde on a sunny day men mean that the surface of the mud reaches temperatures of about 80 degrees. Wth the comng of evenng's hgh tde, the mud s covered wth water that's below 40 degrees. Further cooled by evaporaton, the mud may drop below freezng, a wpg of SO degrees.' Many anmals are unaware of these vdent temperature changes. They're safely bured several nches under the mud's surface and won't venture forth untl the warmth of sprng penetrates deeper and deeper nto the ground and rouses them. Some of the tner nhabtants. however, may be actve on the surface of the mud. They, and the fsh that feed on them n turn, provde food for the osprey returnng from South Amerca, the snowy egret that wntered n Florda and te glossy bs lately arrved from the southern states. By the end of Apr, the longblled marsh wren wll be back buldng several nests wth whch to mpress a prospectve mate. Wtmer Stone, chroncler of brd lfe n old Cape May, wrtes of these tny fellows, "Every now and then one of the wrens wll launch forth n flght, just skmmng the top of the sedge lke a great bumble bee, wth wngs By ARRS. SWACnAMER bettng K> rapkuy that they almost make a blur; the slender bll held out n front and the closely appressed tal behnd make the brd appear dstnctly ponted at each end. The flght not long sustaned and the brd drops back nto the depths of the aedge. n the nestng season the male wll be seen to mount sx or eght feet n the ar, ascendng n a curve over the marsh wth head and tal held hgh and throat ds tended, pourng out the contnued bubblng medley of the flght song and then snkng slowly down on flutterng wngs nto the grass." Laughng gulls wth ther red velvet mouths and jet black heads call to one another above the edges of the marsh tellng of food washed n by sprng tdes. Soon they.wll be puttng together the ple of dred grass they call home for tny brown bundles that wll hatch, soon after the frst day of summer. Great blue herons wll be back n Aprl, Stone came to know the great blues as gray sentnels of the marsh, "standng rgd lke so many old plngs or weather worn stakes. More than once, ndeed, n sweepng the marsh wth my glass, have debated long and serously as to the nature of certan of these old posts and plngs untl a chance wement revealed them ** great Lue herons. On certan cloudy days hen dark skes deaden all color dstnctons an d when thck fog rolls n from the sea to obscure and dstrct one's vson, the lnes of great lues on the meadows have been all but blotted out, yet through the mst the whte area on the ade of the h*ad sande out wth uncanny dfnctness, an unfalng dentfcaton mark." Ebronx Adds New Servces The Ebronx Learur* Center bat expanded ts aervot* to nclude tutorng n al subject areas, acoordn«to K.D. UcCuttou**, ngtooal "n the pant one awl one hatf yean, wo have enramod over SM student* who have returned to the ctaooroom wth Croats sjcrssjsd tab n readng, all area* of matt, and openng. We have become recognzed by educator* a* havng one of the moot effectve lybemeoul program* n our *!*," state* afr. cououat. "Howovor, wo Hove receved many requests for n other subjects lnomng scence, language! and oompao* Uen. M ^ The normal Ebronx program Car basc subjects ackds* mtanove home tutorng by efltfausaatfc oolege student* and graduates who are ouuuntag Jr thor c area*. Programmed Warnng ma terals, utlsaton of* teachng machnes on Mleetto bojttt, motvaton system*, and *% orogrttss testng are ntegral to the hghly, developed «yrtenv Each students program s talored to h* need* wth progrett bom checked contnuously by quoted; teacher* employed by the canter. ; ; Tutorng n all other sufetjecfr wll have modfcatons' from the standard program ject area and degree of The Weetfleld center.f" located at 22 Lenox Awe. Other Nnr, Jersey centers are located n luburn, Metuchen, Bank, Nutley and East Brunswck, Red Rock Concert Nets 9290 for Day Care A rock concert featurng. a - number of young people - n. Wertfed held Mar, 7 n (he Wertfteld Senor Hgh School netted *& for the Westfeld Day Care Center. Alan Grgg, a member of the group "Asylum" presented the \ check to the center. Other members of "Asylum" nclude Frank Kaser, Jm Montalbano, Gary Mana. Two other folk groups performng Uftt evenng ncluded Phl Clayton, Kar Estrn, Leonard Nortfwvef, Chrs Szelga and Phneas and Bll Martn and Karen. -. A second appeal, made n the fund drve toward the goal of $3,- 000 has brought the total at ttle present tme to $5,250. The WomenTs Auxlary of the Day Care Center wll be conductng the ffth annual garage Sale May 3 at 330 Hllsde Aye. AH dona* tons wll be accepted and those wshng to have any.artcles pcked up may do so by callng Mrs. M.D. Maopherson of 4 Jefferson Ave. ^ Teacher to Study n Rome -rs. Gode Gluckman, a Latn teacher at Governor Lvngston Regonal Hgh School, has been awarded the New Jersey Classcal Assocaton Scholarshp for sx week* of study n Rome ths summer, accordng to the announcement made by the socety ths week. Tre scholarshp whch s made possble by the Classcal Assocaton's Edna Whte Rome Scholarshp fund to one teacher from New Jersey, ncludes tuton, lvng expense* and transportaton lor tn. Gluekman's studes at the Amercan Academy n Rome. Mr*. Gluekman has been * Latn teacher at Governor Lvngston snce M when the school opened. She receved her A.B. and MA. at the Unversty of Calforna n Das Angefe* where oho w«* elected Ph Beta Kappa. She also studed at Western Maryland Unversty and Montdar {Mate College. She has been actve n many communty servce organzatons, and teachng assocatons. Mrs. Gluekman s the past presdent of the New Jersey Classcal Assocaton and s currently servng on the executve board of the Foregn Language Assocaton. She s also past presdent of the Parents Councl of Jersey Cty and s presently presdent of the Guld for Chld Care n Unon County. On Honor Roll At Newark Academy A Westfeld student s on tbe ngh honor roll at Newark Academy, Lvngston, for mantanng an average of A or better durng the fourth martn* perod at the school. He t Fran R. Robns of 009 T«Pt. Two local students are on the honor roll for mantanng an average of B or better durng the fame markng perod. They are Bran, Kelly of KB St. Marks Ave. and H. Long of SS Wyandotte T. Terates Are Swamf! WSPECTtON!... DON'T TAK CHANCES WTH TH LAROST NVESTMNT Of YOU* UF... YftUft HOME! ttt TRANEO SPECALSTS DO THE JOB RGHT. HOW TO DSTNGUSH nmns... TERMTES. loos* Wngs 2. Sold Black Bodes 3. Swarm Usually Between 930o,m. and 3:00 p.m A WESTFELD t<mm NOT AN ANSWERNG SERVCE KENNETH E. WUAMS Formerly of Termltt Control nc. ANTS.. Retan Wngs 2. Wosp-Wasfed Brown or Black Bode 3, Swarm Anytme, Day or Nght WUAMS J TERMTE CONTROL 427 SOUTH AVE, WESTflElD, N J. ' / MERON BLUE GRASS Cabot V t HOUSE Stf= The perfect, easy way to have a beautful, nstant lawn, and for fllng bare spots. 75c for 5 Sq. Ft.... <,.<,* SPRUC BUS ; To brng out the best n wood aa Cabot's MEEKER'S RANCH HOUSE HUES 00 SOUTH AVE., WESTFELD These unque stans enhance the beauty of wood, gve years of protecton for any type of wood shngles, sdng and clapboards* Ranch House hues wll not mask the texture/ need no prmng or thnnng, go on smoothly, won't crack, peel or blster. Mtmb«r FDO FRST SNCE S2 mess** HELPS YOU SAL THROUGH BLL PAYNG. THE NATONAL STATE BANK WESTFELD OFFCE: Elm Street Other of floes located throughout Unon, MWdleaex, Huntordon and Mercer oounttae. WE DELVER LOADS OF ROOM TO PARK FREE Open Dally 9 to 6 Sunday 9 to 2 PANT and WALLPAPER CO. 56 E. FRONT ST., PLANFELD

25 r ' J >.. * L - -..V,,v-. l v.. V- * ' - P Ths handsome ramblng Colonal located on Wyandotte Tral (ndan Forest) was apprased, lsted and sold by uf to a respected young local executve and hs famly. V '- Now for sale (ML) s ths custom Wychwood Colonal - one of a vpry few homes borderng Echo Lake golf course. Beautfully restored nteror ncludes 5 bedrooms - 3V baths - den study playroom. May we elucdate? - ' e L > - ' - " ^ fa -.. ' ; ' - - ; ".,» ' ' >- " *-.''!-?. A.-->* : '/' «*L, > ' - * V ; *.U.v *.L. ". - ''!, * V - V # t './..- " : " P v - ; V ' A : *. ; - ' V '. 'V- -- r ' ' '" - _ * ". '- - * _ [,. - : * '.. ;. ".v h - v. -,..''-. r ^ '.. ".-.- The hstorc "Moses March" pre-revolutonary home now remodeled (pctured above) was apprased, lsted (ML) and sold (to a frendly neghbor) by our offce. -,. ' r ' ' -' ' ; ' l ' ' - - " " ' v ' ' - r. ' r '"^' J T ' * " : ' - ' '-'', ". ' -.. T 200 year old restored farm house wth barn and sprng house on rollng ground n Tewksbury Townshp (Hunterdon Co.) recently sold by our Lberty Corner offce ' r - - * ' L, ' /. ;l ^F - ' : " > - \ : ^ ' ' ' - / '. -., 'r'. '» F. ' ' ' ' - ' \ L. t : mpressve Englsh Tudor an spacous grounds n popular "Westfeld Gardens" area recently sold by us to executve transferee from Tennessee. L t - v r ( Ths "small estate" (manson, guest house, pool and 3 acres) n secluded "ndan Forest" area was apprased, lsted and sold by us to an executve and hs famly from Tennessee. ^-, ;. '. H ',» r x -. _ > - lr \, : - [ " ' ' " " ; ' F ' V V r - ;- FOR COMPETENT, DVERSFED Our own 00 year old farm house located on beautful % acre lot n Mountansdes desrable Wychwood area s now for sale ($49,800 needs work). May we answer your questons? REAL ESTATE SERVCE CONSULT n Grafton, Vermont, our charmng old (c.835) "hoolced-to-gether" vllage farm house awats a tenant.. Small pond, stream, pcturesque settng ($400 per mo.).'more to tell, may we? BARRETT CRAN nc. Realtors - -,;, y, "THREE COLONAL OFFCES" -sr,* "< - ' WESTFELD LBERTY CORNER (Baskng Rdge) MOUNTANSDE * -.'

26 mtmrm* <NX> UEADR, WMAT, AHA» Echo Tourney Opens Saturday Teata Semz, pro bowlng star from (Rver Edge who fnshed ffth n the recent Frestone Open n Oho, wll lead a powerful Bergen County team n the Echo Lanes-Cadllac Handcap Tournament whch starts Saturday at the Route 22 pn emporum. Swn, a 2»-average otfter vh» won the Ebonte Open at Echo Lanes ACADEMY AWAO WNNE A story of kj». RmedtyOwd baan Byart WNKOAYS SATMDAV Thun. cmdfr. M#tof#Offly p.m "WLLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY" W M t 0 7*0 f 00-7:0 -f:30 Sun. 3:30-5:0.7*0-9:30 3t CNtAAL AV. FMON CNEMA 4th SMASH WEEK! n 966 and was TUnnerut* n last year's U.S. Open, wll jon Ralph; Engan, another pro ace; Gene Vetrone of East Hanover, A! Fuscarno of Garfeld and Dan Whtehurst of Matawan on the Kerr Concrete Ppe team of East Pater son. The Kerr outft carres a,08 average, wth Vetrone and Fuscarno boastng averages of 90s and an n league acton. Jack Best, turnament manager, reported that the entry deadlne has bees extended to Frday for the 4th annual Echo Laoe-Cadllac tourney whch offers 3,tt» for the wnnng team. The bowler who turn* a the bsect throe-game handcap seres wll 4rv«m a W Cadllac Calas The Kerr Concrete team, formerly known aft At Red-Crete combne, won the Echo Lanes ttle fve year* ago and hat captured t team ttles over an eght-year perod. The Kerrman have won the strofg Paremus Classc s straght years and are now on ther way to No. 7. From Morrs County wll ewe an»u4rother tessn, the Modern Contractors of pover, sported by #- year-olj Buser Paneta, a **-#verage keftor who has rolled a hatfdoten m,mjv W«9**MK Supportng hm wll be brothers Frank, 55; Tony, #»; Reno, 64, and George, M. Tle PaaotUs form a tthwerage outft wth Fran*; the second best performer at l«. Two' other potent Morrs County sntres wu be th* Management team of KocfcawAy, ptcad by'^ohnxhsck, W, tad KWf Podato, «J, and the f«4* Aoot-toto. powered by Mor rstown's ^oha Welsh, a Jpo-ayerage rt young, a l$-avarage ke from Mojuat»n«lde wu lead the Steak Bortf teap, captaned by Carl Uaboro of SomenvUe. WALTER R;\DE TEATHFS Great Gorge, tom«rrow hrough Monday. Rchard Hughes, former Governor at New Jersey, wll be tfoe man speaker, Charles W. Pettengll, past presdent of Rotary nternatona], and Maxne Fel, author of Touch, a gude to palm readng and analyss, wll also address the assembled Rotarans. Flemngton Furs wll be on hand to dsplay ther latest fashons. Wth the current -wave of women's lberaton, a program headed by Rotaran -Matty Matthewson of Planfeld wll dscuss the vote of women's admsson nto an all male organzaton and nstruct a delegate at the Houston Conference. Governor McDowell wll honor W ftstarans wth the Paul Hams Award. The award t named n honor of the founder of Rotary and s acheved through a contrbuton W fl.ott each by the sponsorng dub. The BoUry 6tfnfcant Achevement Award, on behalf of Rotary Presdent Ernst Bretholtt wll go to the club whch has done the tnoet to promote and contrbute to an aternatoaal project. ' Rotaran Marco DGovannl of the Unon Club and charman of the 073 group study exchange program. wll present sx busness and professonal men from srael who are currently tourng Dstrct 75. Also on the busness agenda U the nstallaton of Dr. Wllam A. tbalogh of the Dunellen Club as ncomng dstrct governor. HU term of offce offcally begns July. Nomnaton for the OTM governor* shp wll Jbe conferred upon Rotaran Lous S. Van Zant of the Pont Pleasant Boro Club. Allergst to Speak Dr. Leon! N. daman, New York Conclave allergst who establshed an allergy clnc at New York nfrmary n 937, wll he speaker at a meetng Ths Weekend of the Central Jersey Chapter, Allergy foundaton of Amerca, at 8 p.m. tomorrow la the RarKaa Valley Rotary Dstrct-Conference 7W ofhosptal. Central jereey, headed by Dstrct Governor Bruce McDowell of Metucben, tea a reservaton sell-out for ther up-comng annual conference. Over 3M Hotarans and ther wves rom the Dstrct's 60 clubs wll meet at the Playboy Club, F THERE'S A RESEMBLANCE between Rofelltftl ad a cehala w«*ld-f amow aclres, K'a dertta«ume. f abella sttw <Ufbt«r of ffrm Berg maa aacl UBK drector JUberto R M M UaLTtMavtaf aer parcats lato a Am career, sabella H a fradaettml anltaat or pcture cwnently bele *****»7 # father la taly aad Algera; WcCareTW Famles n the Westfeld-Oranford area who are makng plans for summer now have an opportunty to share ther homes and famles wth Newark ghetto chldren, ages sx to ten. An organsaton meetng was held recently at the home of Mrs. George Zarnk of Westfeld, charman of the "We Care Too" program sponsored by the Cranford nterfath Socal Acton Group, Vstng chldren wl be ntervewed through the Humanty 'Baptst Church located n Newark's Central Ward. Host famles may choose between two sessons: July 5-29 and July 29- Aug. 3. Anyone who wshes to nvlto g ebud for thu, the ffth *nnuh program, or who wthes further: n formaton may contact: Mr. tad Mrs. Burton Schwat,' host famly charmen; Mr. and Mrs. Max Stut, Newark contacts; or Mm. Ztarnk. r WCOM mm m tnwtrun/unt nntttsuroolorlnktfun Tll;»W7M Poson Warnng: Watch Pocketbooks Daly almost 06 New Jersey dhldren under the age of fve are accdentally posoned. Htghon the lst of offendng drugs are tranqul;zers and brtt control puk, accordng to Overlook Hosptal, whch advses mothers to put ther pocketbooks out of reach as well as safeguardng ktchen cabnets a n d medcne chests. Other common types of posonng tot chldren nclude asprn, perfumes, berres (n sejfon), cough tals mantan over 5,000 poson syrup, and cteentag fluds warn-cardng: don't remove ceanng fluds or n ther control centers. These gardenng materals from the orgnal oonuaertop*ce nasodabot- Not* are ctotfdren the y& vctms -an cctmatod M,«0 New Jersey resdent* sr«vctms of accdenual posonng es* ytar, mostly from transquubers and barbtuates. These facts were emphaszed today by Overlook Hosptal, whch last year treated some 92 accdental poson vctms. Overlook mantans 24-hour emergency servce n ts Poson Control Center, one of 36 such lfe-savng unts n the state. Poson control s a problem whch grows wth lne ntroducton of every new household product. Many hosp- poson fles are consantly up-dated on the local and federal level. And, complete nformaton on every poson case treated must be reported to tbe Natonal Clearng House for Poson Control Centers, Food and (Drug Admnstraton n Washngton. 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27 MOM NOTCH SHERFF'S SALE Superor Court t>f JNew Jersey, Cbaucery Dvson, Tnon, County, Docket No, F-&47-7. ANTON A. DURKEHp 33T TTX. Plantffs, vs. JOSEPH J. HOFFNER ET AL/, Defendants. CV^ ACTON "WRT OF EXE- CUTON FOR SALE OF MORT- GAGED PREMSES, By vrtue of the above-btated wrt of executon to me drected shall expose for sale by publc vendue, n room B-8, n the Court House, Jn the Cty of Elzabeth, NT. J., on WedneKd»y. the 7th day of May A,5., 2972, at two o'clock n the afternoon of eald day. AJ the followng: tract or parrel of land and the premses herenafter partcularly descrbed, stuated, lyng and beng n the Cty of Elzabeth, n the County of Unon and State of New Jersey: Belne -otb 65 and 6G n Block G on "MU» OF 400 BULDNG LOTS OWNED BT WLLAM H. MOFFTT LOCATED AT NORTH PARK. N THE CTT Or ELZABETH, N. J M ERNEST U MEYER, CTY SUR- VEYOR. ELZABETH. 892/' whch m»]» was fled n Unon County on Aprl t t 892, and s now on fle n the Unon County Regster'* Offce Has No, 7-A BENG commonly Known as #020 Faft«? 8tr**t *nd #gfo Van Buren AvtntuL Elzabeth, New Jersey. THERE n due approxmately f> 6.2 wth nterest from March 27, B72 and costs* The Sherff reserves the rght to djourn ths tale. RALPH ORT0CE3XO, Sherff GD J. BAUER, Atty. r cx-n-05 4-«-4t Foes 52,80 NOTCE Tm CMOTMM Estate of H. FREDERCK MON- MSY, auo known as H. FRED MON- MCY. a/a FBKD H. MOVLEJY, and HOWARD >. MONLEY, Deceased. - Pumuant to th«order or MARY C. LANANKHurronte of the County of Unon, made on the.4th 4*T «f Aprl A.>.,»T3 upon the_an&tcatlon of the undersgned. a«bxeoutrlx of the estate afnatd retetmd, nt ce U hereby Rven to the credtors of sad deceased to «KhlMt to the subscrber under oath r a«lrm»ton th«lr clams and *ernands aganst the estate of sad deceased wthn.sx months from the date of. sad, order, or they wll fee forever barred from prosecutng or recoverng: the same agajnt the subscrber. Emly P. Monley * Kxccutrlx Whltlnr, Moore, Hunoval *..-Herman, Attorneys rusroftd at. Newark, N. 3, 4-20-lt Fees nolle* that feterson's M- AA:fWft M»«d to the Mayor w0me» ol the Town of West* '.;'er r«b«wal of the Plenary fl K«tel DUtrlbuton Ucenne D*7 for prmmlms stua^d at. 20 South -. ^r-7 w u WestfleM, New Jer- MMMfcera of ths corporaton, and the offce they hold respectvely»«^jrt F3. p«teraon. Jr., 07 Lynn!**, V*atf«ld, New Jersey, Presdent and, Treasurer and Vlrjlnla Peterson. 07 T^nn Lane, Westfeld, New JerBey, Secretory.... Objecton**. f any, should he made mmedately n wrtng to Joy C. Yrveland, Town Clerk of Vestfeld. New Jersey. flvned: Peterson's Lquors, nc. lo South Avenue, West Peterson's Lquors, nc. Westfeld, New.Torney 4-JO-St Fees $5.30 Nonas KOTCO JtMtKtTEB ALLOTS f you ore u qualfed and regstered voter of the State -who ex-, pecta to be absent ousde the State on June 45, *72. or ^L qualfed and regstered voter who wll be wthn the State on June C, 972, but because of llness or physcal dsablty, or becttuae of the observance of a relgous holday pursuant to the UteU of your relgon, or because of resdent attendance at a school, college or unversty, wll be unable to cast your ballot at the pollng place n your dstrct on Rad dale, and you desre to vote n the Prmary electon to be letd on June t, 872, kndly wrte or apply n person to the undersgned at once requestng- that a cvlan absentee ballot be forwarded to you. Such request must state your home address, and the address of whch Bald ballot should be #ent t and must be «fned wth your sgnature, and tate the reason why you wll not be able to vote at your usual pollng: place. No cvlan absentee ballot wll be furnshed or forwarded to any applcant unless request therefor s receved not leas ttan 8 days pror to the electon, and contans the foregong- nformaton. JOY C. VREELAND, Town Clerk 4-S-2t Fees 2.60 LKOK COUNTY COTflT - TO; enlth Constructon Co., nc., a Corporaton of the State of New Jersey; Gteorff*> P. Love, Marlon Jjov% and Amela Poet, Sole Survvng Drectors and Trustees n Dssoluton of Zenth Constructon Co,, nc., formerly a New Jersey Corporaton. Take Notce, that applcaton wll be mad* to hs Honor, Wllam FU Aore Wood, Judge of the County Court of Unon County, or such other judffft as shall hold sad Court at the Court House, n Elsabeth, New Jresey, on the 20th day of May, 972, at 9:00 o'clock n the forenoon of sad day or as soon thereafter a» ths matter can come on to be heard lor an Order to cancel of Record a certan. mortgage from Amtlnda Andrews and her late husband, Dorfley Andrews, to Zenth Constructon Co ( ne., a New Jersey Corporaton, dated July 0, 944 and recorded July 3, 94 4 n the offce af the Regster of Unon County, n Book 45 of Mortgages page 52;}. BEARD AND MC OAX Attorneys for Plantff, Amanda Andrews, Wdow t*t-ftt Fees $35,62 BOARD OF FOUCATOSf MS Elm Rtrtt W*»ttteld» N. J. -KGA, KOTCR Sealed bds for the exteror panttny of the Frankln School, Grant flchaol And Wlson School! Westfeld, New Jerjsey, wll be receved by the Board of Educaton of the Town of Wenttleld n the County of Unon, New Jeraey, n the Board Room, 306 Elm Street on May S, l»73 at 2;00 P.M. prevalng tme, and then opened and read. Specfcatons and condtons of bddng may be obtaned from the Buanefls Offce, 305 Elm Street, Westfleld, New Jersey, from 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M., Mondays through Frday*. The Board of Educaton resorvch the rght to reject nny or all bhlt* n whole or n part, to make awards tem by tem and to wave any nformal tlo» when deemed bfcbt for the nterest of the Board of Educaton, BrtH must be submtted on the forms furnlhhed by, the Board of Educaton and n accordance wth the condton** of bddng* By order oe the Board of Educa- Bowlng Results Fubettet w L Tffany Drugs 68 a The Jolly Trolley 6 55 Fugmann Ol Co «6ft Joe's Market 59* MVE Jarv* Drug Store W4«tttt Baron Drugs <M 7 Hgh Scores: Dot Rubctn*y, (5 200; Nonne Clark, 532; Dork He\n Jardt, 56." Smart Set w L Norrs Chevrolet SSVfc Pan Amercan Cleaners 64^ Rogers Speed Shop Jolly Trolley 45& ndustral Weld. * Sup. 44 Bongovann Ht. ft Cool. 36>4 Hgh Scores: G. Shaw, 200, 586; C. foefaen, 536. Moran Zmmerman Ress.. Hood Renhardt,.. Glassey ClaTk Goldmann * New Court House VfesorNo? Early Brd* w t...'..;;.. Conrad '..'. Seely.: Hgh Game: N. Clark, Seres; J. Davdson, 906. Church 66 S6 63 flo , 20; Hgh W L Baptst Men Baptst.; Scotch P. Methodst.. 70'A Madson..." Scotch PL Baptst 49ft Wtt St. Paul's 46 7B EGAL NOTCES ton, Town of West feld, County of Unon. Howard Tonllnson, Secretary Publshed n The Wetttfeld Lcuflcr Aprl 20, H Fees M.S8 When you elected me to the post of Unon County Freeholder last year promsed to be responsve to the nterests of the majorty of the voters. n a few months wll be votng on an ssue very mportant to all of us... the constructon of a new Hall of Justce. Snce ths project wll cost an estmated 25 to 30 mllon dollars ard you, the bll payer, wll not be gven an opportunty to vote on t, thought t prtdent to solct your opnons. ask each of you to arm yourselves wth the facts nvolved n ths ssue and then use the questonnare below to make your feelngs known to me. n ths way can servethe nterests of the majorty... and keep the promse made. HELP ME TO BETTER SERVE YOU Newman. Cran«)toa Baley... Sprndler. Barkdull.. Mulreany. Rchardson Morbeck.. Smth... Haon Freeman. Stoneheage Suga And W L 4 a? m Bach v. Labensk 69 Kun.z MerrU fraat, 47 James BuMo 36^4 f6v Hgh Games, Serffl: U\ N*- brugge, 202, 58; Ronne Sandonat*, «22. Trangle fflterrys M» tt 6 N<4* jfetmans «2 34 9* 2 33 B «2 Ut Sandbaggers Jolly Rogers 079 U Baldwns;,.. >» 77 Hgh ndvdual Game: Perry, 234, 42; Herrmann, 225,, 4; Jensen, n pse upener By Da* Brevter he Roosevelt baset#u team op* Hgh Scores: Alpaugh, 23; Ham-enemer, ts season on a low key, suf- 20. ferng a 4-3 -defeat at the hawk of an undefeated Roselle Catholc squad.. The Warrors drew frst Mood when, after two scoreless nnngs, Glen Kehler legged out an nfew ht. Whle defensve specalst Whtey Gonover was n the process of strkng out, the fleet-footed Kehler stole second, and on the very next ptch thrd base. Kehler scored when Jm Salnger sngled to left. Salnger (hmself swped second and *hrd. "Sal" was then drven home, when Phl Carragher unloaded a Wast-to deep center feld. Only a remarkable play by Smon France prevented the red-headed Carragher from a 4-bagger (he fttad a trple).. A Chrs Assman popup ended all Roosevelt threats n the:thrd stanza, ; Mke Trones forces aaxlarated ther lead n the next nnng. Chrs Booth started the fourth nnng Roosevelt raly, when he was ht by a Lenny Dolan curve. Rck Schadle smashed a sngle to rght, and the attempted peg of Booth at thrd ht the bespectled Rooseveltan, enablng 'Booth to go to thrd and Schadle to second. Booth, already ht by two thrown balls, completed tle hat trck of njures on a happy note, as, when he sld nto home to score the RJHS run, a rock was also there. Booth came out of t wth an njured leg but a smte on hs face. The ht whch allowed Booth to score was a grounder to deep thrd by John Kellogg the Warror backstop. Though Kellogg was out, hs RB dd gve the Warrors a 3-0 lead. Meanwhle, defensvely, t was purely a one-man show for Roosevelt, Bruce Jester beng the star. Jester, havng lmted support behnd hm was almost, sngle-handedly handlng the powerful R.C. batters, so much so, that they were wthout a ht through the frst four frames. But, luck ran out on the blue-eyed hurler, as hs team's mscues and hs own control problems could no longer be managed. Result the Eagles poured home a par of ffth nnng runs, severng the RJHS lead to 0-2. The bg Jt. C. blow n was a double, blasted by Dolan. Tha ht was the only decent shot whch Jester allowed the tome team. Dolan drove n one run wth that ht, and on a par of errors hmself also touched the platter safely. nnng «was also a detrmental one to the Warror cause as tfle ROOSEVELT AB R H Ktfaler ss 4 Cwover ob 3 Kowalcyk ab % Salnger as, c 4 2 t f 4 Awnamab 3 l Botth rf s SchacHe lb $ c t Total Ooney f,. 2 Wfber lb 2 Gule ctf 3 Santanfele f K f Totals Roostv R.C. Eagles agan had two talles. Errors, walks and a par of sngles by France, and Hedtor GegA pro the ngredents Cor tne Eagles acorng. -But, Roosevelt was not about to call t quts, and came on lke 'Wld Horses' n the top half tf the eventh, as they loaded thf va a duet of walks and an error, nt a strke out ewfed t «U for the Warrors, sendng them to ther frst defeat. Errors-RJHS -*.C. S Strke Outs-Jester 7; Dtlaa 4 l Base on Balls-Jester 4; Dolao ft Doubles A.C. Dolan Trples-RJHS arr«fhcr Wnner-Oontan (-0) Loser J«pt«r (#-) Earn runs allowed Dtlaa 3 jmter t AB R H Dugout Chatter-CHM KMkr, (r 4 team's leadng Utter» M7 agan off to a slow atar. JCetoer went for 4... stll, t la M as t t bad a» lam year'* for f rnencng.. Rkk cmut, the 0 0 Roosevelt frst baseftan» tf^ only 0 eghth grader on the startng "" 0,.. Bruce Jester threw lft ptch** 0 0 n ths.year's rwrlng 4«bUt for l hm... Jester as. art many the Warror damoddmen are warm weatther ball player* and wll rse 24 4 n good playng aloof wty (he tern, perature.., Roosevelt baseuu team has vowed that muto w the locker room fojtownr ther contest... What knd rf tumc ths reporter don not know! K WEStnELD <SJ.) LtABtt, v nm v,.* you l#t your NOW and rango t from fho stott fnsh* Export movtft moft ALLED '. *» < GLASSWARE RENTAL KEG BEER CE CUBES LARSEN'S FREE DELVERY V- "*-<: *:..;,:.: - - r - Come $ Our Wn* ScUcton - NGROWNG Snce tho 5th Century, the Veronese vneyards have been apprecated throughout the world. Sten t one of the most popular wnes that has come from these vneyards, STERZ VERONA Bardolno oz. $.99 5 oz. $3.49 Valpolcolla..24 oz. $.99 5 oz. $3.49 Rosato Soave e e 24 oz. $.99 5 oz. $ oz. $.99 5 oz. $3.49 Bankers' Club Scotch, 86 Proof - V gal. $ qt. $4.99-5th $3.99 > - F (Prce quoted art hot M frrtmft. 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28 race TOMD nternatonal Table Tenns Coach To Take on Westfeld Compettors nternatonal table tenns s comng to yestfeld, and the entre communty s nvted to take a hand n the competton. Ethopan natonal table tenns champon Jarso Qesta wll come to the Westfeld YMCA n May on a -tour to rase funds for World Servce. Darso, who also coached hs naton's team n the Afro-Asan Frendshp nvtatonal Tournament n Pekng last October, has agreed to play the Westfeld area's best players. To nsure hm top local competton, the Y plans a two nght-two day tournament. Frst matches wll be held Saturday, May 7 and Sunday, May 8 durng the day and evenng compettons are slated on Wednesday, May 0 and Thursday, May. Anyone of any age, male or female from any area communty s welcome to compete. Competton s dvded nto Junor and Senor Dvson and regstraton opens mmedately. n addt on to the trophes they wll wn, the champons n the Junor and Senor Dvsons wll each get a chance to play aganst Oesta when he vsts here on May 9. "Almost everybody who's ever soundly trounced neghbors, frends of famly n a game n hs own basement nurtures dreams of hmself as a secret nternatonal png pong ace," asserted Physcal Drector Earl Hulhan, who s drectng the tournament, 4 We ntend to gve everyone a chance to do just that. 'Some crtcs have asserted that Amerca has dropped to a second Tate png pong power now ranked 26th whle 20 years ago we stood 2nd nternatonally because wth our wealth we've confned table tenns to our basements nstead of gyms. "The Y s jonng the movement to brng png pong up out of the basement and boost our nternatonal rank." Desta, 3, who plays the Western handshake rather than the Orental penholder grp, won hs country's natonal ttle n 967. The team he coached n Pekng played the Chnese, as well as the ndan, Lebanese, Cambodan, Vet Nam and Tunsan teams. A V physcal educaton secretary n hs natve Adds Ababa, Desta has been n ths country for fve months tnder a World Servce exchange program wth the Dayton, Oho Y. YMOA World Servce helps start Y's n foregn countres, and provdes fnancal and staff support untl they arc able to operate ndependently. Among ts other projects are a hunger crusade n nda, work camps to spark communty development n Korea, modern management courses n Lebanon and Uganda. An entry fee of $2 for young people and $3 for adults wll be charged wth proceeds gong to the World Servce Fund. nterested persons may sgn up for a convenent match GRAB A FSTFUL OF REAL BOURBON FLAVOR Peterson's LQUORS 2*f &OVTM AVMC W. WtSTTJELD. MF JEXStY ft Dallvary tme and obtan further nformaton at the Front Desk of the Westfeld Y f 38 Ferrs Place, or by callng Devl Golfers Add to Wns. By Tucker Marr The WHS golf team won two home matches last week by toppng Summt 7&-& before ovepowerng Co- ona 2-«. Ther record U currently four wns and no losses. Aganst Summt, on a brsk, sunny day, all sx Westfeld purters played well. The match was hghlghted by two consecutve brdes by Westfeld's sxth player Bll Mann. After a three on the par four ffth hole, Mann was on the green la two «tt* long dog-leg left sxth hole. He then sunk a wndng 20 foot putt for a brde. Mann fnshed the front nne wth a 4 as dd second man John Red and Joel Farley playng n the fourth spot. All three blanked ther opponent*, 34. Farley, who usually play n the frst poston, was not feelng up to par and was dropped to fourth, Despte hs llness, hs game was extremely consstent as was Red's. Red fnshed wth sx pars ncludng a 30 foot putt on the nnth hole. WHS Lnks men Steve Lee and John rown also shut out ther opponents, Lee wth a 43 and Brown wth a 44 over the front nne. Brown could have turned a good performance nto an excellent one but msfred on several short putts. Sophomore Jm Bender scored a 46 despte a dsastrous ten on the sxth hole. Bender defeated hs opponent Vh-*k. The match aganst Colona was played n cold rany weather whch may account for some of the hgh scores. Low shots receved lttle roll on the soggy turf and many putts were decevng. Joel Farley played n the number one spot for WHS and shot a 43, However, hs opponent, Jeff Kechar, fred an excellent 4 and defeated Farley 2%-%. n the second poston, Devl John Brown blasted a 4 and beat Steve Alencwcz 2%-% n a closely fought contest. On the fourth hole, Alencwcz brded by holdng a short ptch shot whch helped earn hm hs half pont. (Bll Mann agan blanked hs opponent for WHS, shootngs a 42. Steve Lee. ffth Devl lnksman. fnshed rght behnd wth a 43 and won hs match 2 /2-,2, as dd fourth man Jm Gender who fnshed wth a 47. John Red, playng n the thrd poston, dropped hs match 2-, shootng a dsappontng 50. The Devl pasters wll play at 'Bloomfeld tomorrow at 3:45 and then contnue ther road stnt at Pngry on Monday Aprl 24, and Scotch Plans on Thursday the 27. 'Both matches are scheduled for 3:45 startng tmes. YOU RNG WE BRNG :.~ *) m M$m GRAA HSTFUL OF REAL MURON FLAVOR ROBERT TREAT LQUOR SHOP 5 QUMBY ST., GLENN WLSON Trampolne Champ to Help Teachers Make Most of Sport, Equpment Former natonal collegate and AAU trampolne champon Glenn Wlson wll conduct an nstructors workshop at the Westfeld YMCA Aprl 29. Wlson wll team up wth George Hery,.964 Bg Ten exercse champon, a professonal trampolne champon, on the workshop staff. Am of the tranng s to equp YMCA-YWCA and school nstructors throughout the (state to teach the most advanced' trampolne sklls wth safety. The workshop the second of two at the Y co-sponsored by the New Jersey AAU, the Unted Trampolne and Tumblng Assocaton and the Westfeld Y. Teachng technques, safety tps and practce n hand spottng wll be stressed n the workshop, whch wll be held from to 5 p.m. "Developng more nstructors wth Wffle Ball League Prepares for Opener Wld Bll Wlle Ball League has begun plans for ts. sxth season to begn May 4. The league &tll s acceptng teams for the comng season. f a team wshes to partcpate t should have a roster of between seven and 0 mem Fve wll play and be prepared to play on weekend afternoons and one or two nghts per week (not a necessty). He roster should be sent to 028 Hardng St. addressed to the league, by May. Any further questons concernng the league may be answered by callng John Ho well at Shack Pro Wns, So Does Team Babe Lchardus, pro at Shackamaxon Country Club, faced stff wnds n hs successful bd Frday to wn the frst New Jersey PGA tournament of the season wth a 37-3^-72 at Pke Brook Country Club n Belle Meade. Lchardus beat out Art Slvestrone, the host pro, and Pat Schwab of Playboy by one stroke. Xchardus eagled the 482-yard seventh hole wth a 5-foot putt. Lchardus teamed wth Warren Vctor of Plymouth Ed., Dr. Gene Herz and Don Berkowtz to wn the pro-am team'prze on a GOLFERS! NAME BRANDS Top Qualty Clubs Bags and Balls * *. AT A PRCE! Golfprde Grps nstalled Wood Unfnshed Golf Clubs Repared THE GOLF SHOP 2544 Planfeld Avenue Scotch Plans Tues, to Sat 8:30 A.M. 5 Pll, Cloned Sun. & Mon,, Eves, by annt N FLAVOR. You don't really get more bourbon n a bottle of J, W. Dant. t Just tastes that way. Taste J. W. Dant Olde Bourbon. Good honest bourbon at a good honest prce. Olde Bourbon the knowledge and self-confdence to teach safely beyond the basc* k am mportant Job for us," Md Robert Thurrton, New Jersey AAU trampolne charman who s coordnator of the workshop, "Most Y's and most schools have trampolnes but the majorty use them to teach only the vnost basc sklls. Our purpose s to help them get the most out of ther equpment pnd ther nstructors." Experenced trampolne teachers wll round out the staff, stressng somersaults, fcarans ( a sort of halftwstng somersault) and full-twstng back somersaults. Further nformaton may be obtaned from Harry Lcsher, drector of physcal educaton servces at the Westfeld YMCA, 38 Ferrs PL, or by phonng the YMCA. Resdents Form Soccer Club The formaton of Westfeld's frst soccer club has been announced by Keth Hert&ll, the organsaton's presdent. Called the "Westfeld Soccer Assocaton," the group represents the culmnaton of much plannng and dscusson. The assocaton has already put together two teams to represent Westfeld n the RarUm Valley Soccer League. The players are all We&tfeld boys between 9 and 8 years <d age. The younge boys are competng n the league's Junor dvson aganst seven other teams, whle the senor boys are faced wth nne opponents. Two games have been played thus far n each dvson. The senor Westfeld team s undefeated, havng trounced Metuchen 7-0 before holdng the powerful Edson club to a no-score te. The junor team lost ts frst contest to Edson, 3*0, and narrowly dropped the home opener to East Brunswck, 2-. Resdents are urged to attend the teams' home games, all of whch wll be played at (he Efan Street School Feld on Sundays at p.m. n addton to Mr. Herlell, offcers of the Westeld Soccer Assocaton are; Gerhardt Kurz, secretary-treasurer; and trustees Robert Peck a, Regnald Barley, Dan Senv els and Art Attenso. Mr. Hertell coaches the junor team, whle the senor entry s drected by Mr. Barley. ndduals desrng further nformaton about the assocaton should contact Mr. Hertell. SENOR SCHEDULE Apr. 23 Woodbrdge Away Aprl 3O-W. Edson Home May 6 'Edson Home May 4 Jtfetuchen Away May 2-S. Planfeld Away May 2& Woodbrdge Home June 4 N. Edson Alway JUNOR SCHEDULE Aprl 2»-{No Gam Aprl 3CMWoodbrdge Home May 7 Edson Home May 4 E. Brunswcgk Away May 3 Madson Home May 28 No Game June 3 AVoodbrdge Away '. t '- BLWSE Your Bourbon Headquarters for Oldee" &**" ^" GRAB A HSTfW OF REAL BOURBON FLAVOR Pfeffer Named MVP For Champ T*e ffth annual Westfeld Hgh School Basketball Parent* dnner, held Apr. at the hgh school cafetera and emceed by Art Novadhek, was hghlghted toy the namng of Tom Pfeffer as the Most Valuable Player. The award, an annual one n all sports, s gven fay the Westfeld School Boosters. Presdent Tom Mannno awarded the honor to Pfeffer, a stellar 6-2 performer to a standng ovaton from the attendees. Along wth honorng the Group 4 and Watchung Conference champon*, the Junor Varsty team whch captured Unon County laurel* was also feted. oact of the JVs, Bll Dunkel, recapped hs season and the Unon County champonshp game. Nel Home, tfe much publczed coach of the varsty, also had a quck play back of hs hghly successful rooke campagn and emphaszed the monumental part whch hs four departng senors played n t. Those senors wen Pfeffer, Larry Smmons Steve Betty and Steve Lee. Also speakng were town dgntares Mayor Donn Snyder, SuperentemKent of of Schools "Buck" Law. Prncpal of WHS At Bob*!, and drector of athletcs, John Lay. All emphatcally mentoned the determnaton and effort put forth by the Devls. JVs Hampered By Weather After playng only three out of eght cheduled games so far th* season, the We&tfeU Hgh School Junor Varsty baseball team has accumulated a -e record n the only game played last week, the Devls lost to a heavy hhtng Unon team 9-7. Because of the hgh scorng the gme was stow and was called because of darknecs after sx nnngs. Mke Kelly and Peter Kamna provded the httng for the Devls, each httng a home run and had two and three mns-batted-n, respectvely. t wasn't enough, though, as Unon had eleven hts. lte game was close untl the fourth nnng, when Unon scored sx men on fve hts, as men went to the plate. After that Unon was n control, behnd great ptchng. The only other real threat by the Devls was the three run homer by Pete Kamns. Through the frst three games Mke Kelly t the leadng htter havng a.429 battng average. Pete Kamns s second wkh a.375 average and Carre Crawford s thrd wth a.273 average. Kamns also has four runs batted n to lead the JVs. Both the Edson and Scotch Wans games were raned out and the game aganst St. Mary's Frday was postponed because of wet grounds. The game aganst Edson wll be made up tomorrow at Edson. Mutz Wns Award Donald Mutz of Westfeld has been presented an award for hs efforts wth the varsty swmmng team at tne Unversty of Connectcut. "972 MEMBERSHP" THE WESTFELD YWCA to4»y tea** «ff te gftrlt team to tftt YWCA wramnf and dvng cfcamptouhjm beu ths year a.wkftte Plata*, N.Y. DvJMff CMC* BH Cant U takng Maryl G«r*m, K»tay Kaufman, Dwftene UUMM antf Laure Cred*!* for the openng event, whk* Vmnnn Uw aenl«r AAU requre meat af 4lvc. Swmmrrg entered s the tfcree-dajr meet are etaefced by Mm. Brace CwltM and Mn. H. J. Kranara and nclude Rabn Sury. Beth Maker, Mare Perkawkl, Gall Bfeuczalc, Sarah Ward, Km Harvey, Kjrm BrcMsnaU, Jane Mter, Chary! Carey, Ann Krakora, Nancy GaUlffaa, Pam tawger, Mtrt Hugger, Chrs Hugger and Nancy Hufger. Kchrnlnf fram OUa to rehn ner ad team-mates k Conne Balmer, WettfleM' g«ld medalbt but year la the 2*» butterfly. La* year'* entry «T f«nr rb placed Wetfleld nnth a a feld of»» «a hane are hl#h far thl* team's cmta«eat to da even better. Memoral Shoot Ths Sunday The 9th annual memoral shoot at trap and skeet sponsored and conducted by TV Unon County Park Commsson, wll be held at the County Park trap and skeet grounds, located n <Lenape Park, off Kenlworth Boulevard, Cranford, on Sunday at 2 p.m. Ths event s held annually to honor those men who had won a specal event a-t the park trap and skeet grounds and are now deceased. The shoot wll be a 50-target event, 25 at skeet and 25 wth a dstance handcap at trap. He score at skeet wll determne the trap handcap. As an example, f a shooter breaks 25 targets at skeet, he wll shoot from 2 yards at trap; f hs score at skeet s 9 or less broken targets, the shooter wll shoot at trap from 6 yards. Those desrng to shoot only trap or skeet may shoot 50 targets of ther choce. A medal wll be awarded n skeet and another n trap. The wnner of the overall event wll also receve an award and have hs name engraved on the memoral trophy. ' More Sports Next Page PLAN FELD WATCHUNG LAKE CLUB STRLNG RD., WATCHUNG, N. J. A Prvate Famly Swm Club Open Tll Labor Day Husband, Wfe and Chld $25.00 ntaton fo f st y«ar $0.00 For addtonal nformaton call F John McDonough or Colonal Sports Center SPECAL COMPLETE BACK PACKNG FRAME and BAG From $9.95 to $29.95 THE BASEBALL SEASON S HERE All Mm n Popular Colors and Styles Scuba Equpment by U. S. Dvers NOW Sprng Sale on Sk Wear and Equpment r u 4 College Tennfe Champ Grove Cty College sophomore Steve Mease of Westfeld s playng at the number one poston on (be college's tenns team. Already started on hs second year, he has extended hs collegate wnnng streak to 2 vctores. - * +j *4! Devl BataKn Meet Cranford At 4 Today By Hern* Westfled varsty baseball team upped ts record to 3- last Frday by humlatng St. Mary'f 4-0. Earler n the week, the varsty nne took ts frst loss of the season at the hands of Unon by a 6-2 count. Ran contnues to wreak havoc the Devl schedule as two other contests last week were postponed. Today at 4 p.m. the Devl batsmen wll meet Cranford n an away contatt Westfeld lost to the Cougars n all three clashes between the two team n last year's campagn. Tomorrow afternoon the Devl damondmen wll be away agan when they lace Edsoa n a make-up fame. On Saturday, WeetteM wll play ts fourth game n fve days, when the team wll travel to Hllsde la another road contest, ftesday'a game wth Berkeley Heghts was ta late for Leader deadlne. n the M loss to Unon, the Devfl ran up aganst one of the pmmar ptchers of the state, Stan Jakubowafd. n hs two prevous outng tfelt year, Jakubow«k had spun a two* htter and a no-htter. The hard throwng Unon rghthander exhbted a blazng fastball, augmented by precson control. Although havng only four day! rett, Jakubowsk was preased nto - (Contnued on next EATN* 4 WANT BEEF STCK The All-Beef Hckory Smoked Summer Sausage EXCLUSVE AT 26 varetes domestc and mported cheese at hckory farms Bulk cheeses are cut fresh from natural wheels The best way to buy cheese. Sample frst just ask the clerk. Q> 2 A OF OHO AMSSBA'S LEABmt! SSSSSS ST»S O * ONV 4*5rfth tm mums W Wt OLDE BOURBON BLWSE LQUORS Whore Servce & Qualty Moot Cor. 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29 MORE SPORTS Devl Batmen (Contnued from prevous page) servce to face Weslfeld. n the early nnngs t appeared that the Blue Devls were gong to saddle Jakubowsk wth hs frst loss ever. 'Westfcld acqured a -0 lead after Sean Kelly jumped on a Jakubowsk fastball and sent t far down the left feld lne for a stand-up trple. Kelly put Westfeld on the scoreboard When he raced home on a passed ball. Rghthander Art Goldblatt throttled the Farmers n the frst two nnngs behnd a superb Devl defense. Wth the bases loaded n the openng nnng, secondbassman Nel Chamberln saved the day for West/eld. The.senor ranged to hs left <o snare a hard ht ground ball, then touched second and red on to frst for a run savng double ' Play. n the next frame, the (Devl defense agan came up wth the bg ' play as centerfelder 'Kelly pegged a perfect throw to Jeff Davs at thrd base to catch Unon'* Gene Laguna - tryng to stretch a double. Wth a 4-0 lead n the th?d, Westfeld fell apart n (he feld am Unon struck for three run*. Wth men at frst and second. Farmer Jerry Araneo X,. ht a soft lne drve just out of (he reach of Chamberln auto fght feld. Steve Tebbetts* subsequent throw to te plate went astray and the result was that another Unon run was scored. The Fanners pushed across ther thrd run of the nnng on a sngle by La gun a. n the bottom half of the ffth, Westfeld cut Unon's lead to one. Kurt Stefken reached second on a Farmer overthrow. Stefken moved to thrd on a Tom Anderson sacrfce and later scored when Unon's Jm Crosta booted John Hawas's nfeld grounder. n the next stanza. Unon ced the contest wth three runs off relever Tom Anderson. Anderson's cause was hurt by a costly Devl error, Westfeld's thrd mfceue of the game. {Possessng a four run lead, Jakubowsk was untouchable as he ptched a complete game effort. Last Frday, the Blue Devl damondmen looked lke a complete- \y dfferent team at they annhlated an uncharacterstcally weak ft. Mary's team by a 4-0 margn. Wectfeld pounded out 3 safetes whle playng flawlesaly n the feld. Rghthander Lwwood Hudson went all the way, allowng only four sngles and strkng out fve. Hudson was n complete control throughout the game as only one St. Mary's runner got past second. Hudson also was effectve at bat, httng two sngles and knockng an a par of runs. Junor Paul Pecka was the httng star of the game as he had a perfect 5-5 day at the plate. Pecka connected on a long trple to left, n addton to hs four sngles. The Devl leftfelder also knocked n two runs whle scorng three. Havas had anther mpressve day at bat wu a double and trple. Kelly scored three runs n three trps to the plate, whle Tebbetts had two RBU wth a clutch sngle. Jeff Davs contrbuted two tmley sngles whch accounted for four RBs Davs leads the team n that department wth seven. (Results: WESFELD AB B H Kelly, cl 4 Pecka, f 3 0 flavas, ss 4 t Chamberln, 9b 2 0 Yebbetts,' rf 3 Case, 6 0 Davs, 3b J 0 Stefken. c 3 GoWblatt, p 0 Anderson, p 0 0 Vllan.ph 0 0 Totals 27 (UNON Crosta, fs 3 Aront, 3b.3 Jakubowsk, p 3 Hand, c ;... 2 Vtolo, rf 4 Jahn, 2b a Arano, b...;... 3 Laguna, cf 3 Maurer 9 WESTFELD AB Kelly, cf Danker, cf 2 Pecka, f 5 Havas, ss 3 Snyder, rf t Chamberln, flb 2 Tebbetts, xl 2 Vllan, rf, 3b 0 Case, lb, Vejnoska, lb Davs, 3b 2 Anderson, 3b, ss Stefken, c 2 -Hudson, p R H R H o o oo Totals ST. MARY'S AB R H Lynch, f 2 0 Faclla, cf 2 0 Kwruls, 2b 0 0 Kerla, ss 3 0 SUroselec, p 0 Sezqeck; cf..;...;...; 2 r *0 Jaquard, 2b, p 3 0 McGowan, rf 2. 0 Perez, rf 0 Chory, lb 3 0 Sullvan, c Westrol, 3b :.'... 0 Fnnegan, Basl ftaurgue, Tony Lerard and Bob McNaly. ndans: Manager, Dave Englsh; ass't. mgr., Jack Fat sten; Davd O'Connor, Vncent Lucches, Chrs Braun, Douglas Fscter, Andrew Morse, Steven Farbsten, Jonathan Law, Tom Gllday, Frank Undlaw, Mke Nunzata, Nel Smenson, Pat Ferroveccho and Dave Englsh. Oroles: Manager Jasper Fuhrman; ass't mgr., Ray Burns; Carl Hormng, Matthew Ferguson. John Humslon, Davd Tfcba s, Steve Bender, Ken Roundtree, Ryan Bussey, Norman CfatnbHst, Peter tamas, Tom P*noa«, Tom Jacobs, Peter Drtm and Vnne Cauterutc. Red Sox: Manager. J. Bellew; ass't. mgr.. Clff HaU; Gary Tur, Douglas Neary, Dave Hall, Trpp thampon, Kevn Brennan, Keven BeUew, Dktom Pratt, Sean Dugan, Greg Vctor, Mchael Brennan, Davd ftoferk*, Greg Ofenga and Mark Otenga. fenators: Manager, V. Laty; aw't. ' mgr., M. Yatclla; G«ry Bootte, Wllam Gngerkst), John Pnto, John Horn. Andy Letwca, Mare Rowan, John Berry, Mchael Ruth, Jeff Yatdlla, Joseph Sexton, Davd Molowa, James Caratouolo and Rchard HaeUer. Tgers: Manager, Jm Doanoyc; ass't. mgr., Par Slnhlckl; Jack Clw*e, pktt Hrm, Gary Acfc«rman, Bot> Wbaleu, John Meeckcr, Jm Kontje, Phl Hemw, Tom CUsstr, BU Clarke, Chuc Clarke. Ed Hammer, Jm HqUUzeK and RpWnwn. Twns: Manager, Ed SWert; mgr., Geoe JEbehwnte; Peter Rehwlnkel, dhrs bten/mat Norman, 0 Davd Crag, Ho hrtae, Davd Mller, Tom Rokosny, Carl Stfert, Totals 20 Ralph Merrtt, Check VJttedon, Jut Unon RokosDy, Mchael Muth and Mark WesUeld f Herman. " \VhUe Sox: Manager, A. Burno; as't. mgr.. Al Musco; Gene Gareld, Floyd Burke; Phl Kwasek, John Stanze, Anthony Murawsk, Steven Musco, Denns Ftorno, Gerald Bmd, van Jenkns, Andy Turk, Patrck McGanc, and Gary" Blanteen and Arm and Busno. Yankees: Manager, R. Root; ass't mgr, Bll Coles; James Green, Mchael Fletcher, Fred Lutz, Bran Ashforth, Ray Snyder, Bruce Ashforth, Ray Snyder, Bruce Asfcfwth, Paul Jackson, Ron Fosyton, Jm Kay, Mark Coles, Steve Sbepparo, Robert Root and Jack Dagostdro. NATONAL LEAUGE Astros: Manager, Oes McCracken; ass't mgr., Bob Kerwn; Chrs Davs, Don Esele, Bob Clancy, Jack McCarthy, Kevn Kewn, James Tyler, Wllam Sutman, Edde Mrozek, John Pearson, Paul Davs, Jack Harley, Check Pope and Coa Kerwn. Braves: Manager, Bll McKUey; awt't. mgr., Joe Cordless; SooU Corless, Douglas Moore, Wllam Wek«r, John Bryne, Peter Decker, Bran Maddox, Wllam McKnUy, Doug Schlefer, Thomas 'Moore, John Mdkff, Dave rwn, Denns Gbhons and Emlo Uloro. Cards: Manager, Bruce Ellott; a»6 f t. mgr. Terry Mullen; Fred Kessler, Bob Mullen, Hck EUott, Erc Butentoff, Robert Fshben, Bruce Ellott, Robert Berckart, Robert Davs, Davd Nolan, Kurt Butenhoff, Wllam Davs, Jamee Freberg and Robert Seemon. CUbs: Manager, Bob Batt; aat't mgr., Eml Salomoae; Andrew Bggs, Davd Chtty, Dennb Kane, Cra Stock, Jeff ryon*eru, Jm Bloom, Kurt Stock, John Sldoraks, Bob BeU, James Belcher, Blly Kane, Jm Chtty and Hwma Bggs* Dodgers: Manager, C. Schrope; aulmgr., J. Spoto; Joseph Spoto, Steven S?hrope, Kevn Bantng, Gregory Cordatco; Tm Huff, Mke Casamento, CharJea Murray, Steven Wel, Rk± Sanpeon, Reely Clark, (Maro Gacone, Wllylam Ceslk and Bryan Brynldsen. Gants: Manager, Bob Baldwn; ass't mgr,, Don ClotU; Anthony Wetwter, Danel annascouo, Crag Plas* Paul McDoawugfa, K«nt Baldwn, Owen Brand, Mark Cotta, Mke Marooey, Andy Bedeman, Mchael Bgge, Paul Jenne, Matt McDonough and Steven Valj. Mete: Manager, Joe Tesntore; ass't mgr. Bob Smth; Tm Mondon, Gregg Smth, Edde Destofans, Crag Teestore, Peter Cneltt, Curts Jutz, Andrew WeHon, James Albrecht, Chrs Nelson, Rchard Voss, Joe Tesstore, Gregg Gehrfen and James FengoW. Phlles: Maager, Joe Wheatfey; ass't. mgr., Joe Dela Bada; Jeff Zmmer, Andrew C&fley, Mark Lavender, Tom Dela Bada, Todd Kehler, Chrs Comptaa, Jm Compton, Jm Pantosk, Paul Rotker, Mcah Kroloff, James Robert* f John Kralsora, Sean Morrssey and Jm MdCeon. Prates: Manager, Ron Carrol; ass't mgr., George Perce; Allen, Paul Reppe, Jm Perce, T«d Hazard, Bran Carroll, Bud Peroe, Matt Carragher, Jacke Alton, Jm Glmartn, John Forno, John gjar, Wllam Rppe and Davd SaUanan, Red Legs: Manager, Bob Faherty; ass't. mgr., Pete Gordano; Peter Bordano, Mchael Podd, Bran Wlson, Kenneth Shea, Davd Ggon, Peter Faherty, Keth Colooho, Tom Knott, Pat St*n*s. fum Knott, Pat Semeb, Tom Swnak, Todd Oney, Glenn Swmmer and Davd Kelly. PCC Nne Holer. Open Plan! eld County Oub pne hol«n opened ther seaaon laat WoMtday wth stroke t>lay, full handcap. The results of the two classes were: Clas A: l, Mrs. A. R. WattJat wth a 37; 2, Mrs. J.G. Bancroft wth a 39; 3, Mr a. Robert Newman wth a 4. Class B:, Mrs. Wllam Metn wth a 35; 2, Xlre. J. Farley wth a 42; ted for thrd place were -Mrs. H. «. Sampson and Mrs. R. Thor* bum wth 43,. THE WE0HLD <NJ.) teamft> THUlt AFft Page S Low putts lor the day: Class A, Mrs. AB. Walker, -lft; Mrs. R. Newman, 6; Class B, Mrs. Melln, 6. [Mrs. B. Thorbum had a chp n on the xd hole. The longest drve on the nnth hole was made by Mrs. *j. Newman. The longest drve on the lath hole was made by Mrs. C. K." Baseball Parade Plans have been completed for the Aprl 29 parade and openng day ceremones of the Mountansde Lttle League, t was announced by Harry Hede, charman of the Mountansde Lttle League baseball organzaton. Detals wll be made known next week. More Sports Next Page The Pderred Whskey makes de preferred drnks. 5 quart t,smood,90 proof, whskey value around Totals St. Mary's Westfeld. * * x 4 The Comng Counterange^efectrTc range s fantastc n conceptyet so practcal n yse.there sn't a burner n sght because the heatng unts arejldden.underneath. You cook wth precsely controlled heat, on a beautfully smooth surface, n specally desgned Cooknates cookware. For the frst tme you have a perfectly matched system that takes most of the guesswork out of cookng and even helps you cook better than ever before. Come n and see the Cornng range wth pyrolytc self-cleanng oven. t's bound to be love atfrstsght. Elm Rado & TV, nc. HOME APPLANCES 20 ELM STREET, WESTFELD WBBL Selects Major Leaguers Over 250 boys, aged 0, and 2, wll partcpate n the WBHL major leagues ths year. Each team selects 3 players. Regular season play begns Saturday, Team rosters for 972 are: AMERCAN LEAGUE Angels: Manager, Pete Paschal; assstant mgr; Dave Land ale; Clark Landale, Jay Hggns, Fred Murphy, Tom Bryant, Dck Teller, Todd Kellogg, Peter Paschal, Jeff Tavares, Jack Shelds, Jm Bader, Rchard Fanelll, Ben Oxnard and Jm Teller. Athletcs: Manager, Charles Cosenza; ass't mgr., C. Hearon; Harold Bourgue, Robert Ardrey, John Blaze, Jtm Lews, Mchael Snyder, Mark Clarrocca, Robert Hearon, Peter McCarthy, Tom Shelds, Jay for all worthwhle purposes at our Annversary Celebraton -\ conquerng some rf the tougbertdrv^ condtons n the world. But, unfortunately wlun most people thnk about buyng m Swedsh car, the one they thnk about usually sn't ours. (Even though ours doesn't cost any more.) Ours s the SAAB 99E* tt rtropg and durable. But ft also a lot dfferent from ther car. Our car has Front-Wheel Drve for better tracton, stablty and handlng. t has a.85 lter, fuel-njected, 4-cylnder, overhead cam engne as standard n every can 4-speed transmsson s standard too. Or you can get a 3-speed automatc (optonal). Our car also has four-wheel dsc brakes and a dual-dagonal brakng system so you stop straght and fast every tme. Test drve a SAAB 99E today at; t has a wde stance. (About 55 nches.) So t rdes and handles Bke a sports car. Outsde, our car s smaller than a lot of "small" cars.72" overall length, 67" overall wdth. " nsde, bur car has bucket seats up front and a full fve feet across n the back so you can easly accommodate fve adults. t also has more headroom tha) a Rolls Royce and more room from the brake pedal to the back seat than a Mercedes 280. And t has factory ar condtonng as an opton. There are a lot of other thngs that make our car dfferent from ther car. Lke roll cage constructon and a specal "hot seat" for cold wnter days. So before you buy ther car, stop by your nearest SAAB dealer and drve our car. The SAAB 99E. We thnk you'll buy t nstead of thers. 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30 MORE SPORTS Devl Trackmen Crush Cougars The Westeld Hgh trade team began to father momentum last week as they rolled over the Cranford Cougars Ths extended the Blue Devl's season record to 2-0 whle stretchng ther undefeated strng to 28 meets. Thngs appeared tght for the Devls n the early stages «two Cougar sweeps n the JaveUa and flhotput placed the Blue Devls down by 8 ponts. Westfeld'a hgh jump squad qtckly countered nne cf tte ponts as they swept ther event wth sophomore Jeff Levne leadng the attack at 5-2. Some jugglng of atftfetet by Coach Walt Clarkson wped out the other nne ponts as the dlftance team of Dave Gray, Glenn Larsen, and Steve Hatcher swept the two mle whle tyng for frst n 0:45.3, easly outleggng ther nearest opponent*. Joe Gamo had a smlar experence earler n the meet as be coasted to vctory n tfw mle TREE Don't n 4:5.2. The only close dstance race for the Devafc was the 880 as Mke Gabardne and Ted Kamn* were forced to hold off Cougar Bruce Lamberts kck to place -2 wth tmes of 2:07.5 and 2 0*. Daryl McMler contnued to establsh hmself as WestfeW's premere sprnter as be coasted to vctores n the 00 and 230 wth tmes of 05 and 3.. Alke Saunders completed the Bg Blue sprnt sweep by wnnng the 440 n Whle everythng appeared rosy for the Devls n the dstance and sprnt events the Cougars racked up 0 ponts n the hurdles ae Chuck Webb won both the hghs and lows defeatng West feld's number one hurdler Keth Davs. De fnal Cougar vctory came n the mle relay where Devl anchorman Saunders just couldn't cut down the Cranford lead as the Cougars won n 3:43.7. Other frst place performance* for the Devls came from Stew Tourteltotte's «* leap n the pole vault, Ed Johnson's *2* long Jump and Bob W*Uchen' ao-9 heave n the dsc. At fee Memoral Relay Carnval tost Saturday, WestfWd's only entry, the two mle re»lay of Gray, Gabardne, Thatcher and Kamns blew every one else off the track as they coasted home 00 yards ahead of second place DeJbartoo n 6:8,4. The Devls run up aganst two foes next week as they tangle wtfc a reft rval Scotch Plans on Tues* day and the Hllsde Comets on Thursday. The Blue Devl Rader confrontaton wll be a real dual n the dstance events as the oppostons attack wll be led by Voce Oarter, natonal schoolboy record bolder for the ndoor mle n 4:** 4.. Be suts; Hgh Hurdle*, Webb C lt; 2. Davs W; 3. Johnson W. 0ft l. McMler W 0.5;. Hardman, C; 3. Travares W. Mle. Gamo W. 4:5.2; 2. Murphy C; 9. Beck C. Low Hurdles. W«U> C UA; Davs W; 3. Mhktf W Saunden W MS; t Pror C; 3. Prngfe C. aeo-. Gabardne W 9:fTJ; X Kwnns W; 3. Lambert C McMUer W 23.; Me- Grath C; 3. Johnson W. 2 Mle-(te). Gray W; Lama W; Thatcher W 0:46.3. Mle Relay l. Cranlord»:4J.7. Shot put. Dow C 44-0; flkbgr C; 3. Mtoeur C. SPRAYNG 4 Worms & Gypsy Moth Caterpllars destroy your trees spray sched now ea TREE EXPERT CO Fnance your. Zstevmk C 744; S. Sbaw C; 3. Dow C. Dscus. Wadcbeo V. 3M; 2. Bass W; 3. Hardmaa C. Umg Jwnp-. -Jahoson W lt- %V\ 2. WehbC; 3. SbawC. Pole Vautt. TourteUotte W 2-3; 2. Fscher C; 3. Mason W. Hgh Jump. Levne W 5-4; 2. TourteUotte W; 3. Ftftusfa W. Devl Netsters n Good Start Weetfel* Hgh's tenns team got he team off to a rarng start by xushng all three a»h»nrf m mt, Jefferson, and Scotch Fsna *y perfect M thutouu. me Devls o«t only two aet whte wnnng a». Today WaatfMd facea dark at 4 p.m. Durng bat week, aophomore Buddy Rofauuws defeated au three ct hs opponents fay the combned aeon of n ha fowl varsty match whch was aganst Summt'a Kn Fsher, Robason won n three sets Both puyera had strong net games and durng one puy, they kept b bau off the p*ud far fve vouays untl BottfaaoB smashed a tu» ottve that raher could not reach. Ajgjnat Jefferaoa's Rofsr Davs, RobtaaoQWvo by W, sewn. n the flpvw match Rottaaos w ptted atfanat Harlaa Smth, «Robnaon used hs vkoue aerve wn n two MH$, H, el. PUyng aeoond douwe*, Mte Sandak and Dave Krtazman have ft to looe a act. Afaaat Summt the woe n two acts, although the second and decdng aat was a marathon WettfMd hold out and woo 04 Agan* flffbs, Sandak aad Krtn mwwonhh AKhough Sandak was returnng loha oonaateotly, h best return waa re^atered atar th end of the match. Playng near th net, Sandak returned one of 6PF3B' lobe Just over the net, puttng a spn on t. Tbe ball bounced on the SPVS sde and, because t had a terrtfk spn, t bounced back over the net onto the WHS sde, makng t mpos swc for the SPFHS players to return t. Larry Katz, who played aecond sngles for au three matches, has yet to lose a set, Aganet Pat Brady of Summt, K«tx combned hs opponent's bad luck.wth -some strong rwto trwfe deduvely. «-l, 44 Kvtx coasted through Jefferson and SPFHS by scores of 6-, 6-3, and 6-3, *2, respectvely. The frst doubles team of Crag Larsen and Don BeHer won n all three matches, ncludng a perfect ft-0, 6-0 score Aganst Jefferson. Thrd sngles player for all three matches was Dave Jester. Aganst Summt's Bob Salman, Jester woo n three sets, 6-3, 2-6, 64 Jester walloped Dave Bay-rock, hs Jefferson opponent 6-0, 6*. Aganst Grahm Swett of SPFHS, Jester breezed agan, -3, A-2. The Devls play Clark at home (t* WestAeld Tenns Club on North Chestnut Street) today at 4 p.m. t both teams play as expected, Westfeld should wn wth lttle dffculty. Tomorrow the netsters travel to Pngry, for one of the toughest battles of the season. Pngry sngles players Steve Johnson and Bob Cunnngham should pose a bg, but not unbeatable, threat to the Devls perfect Ml slate. Startng tme for all meets s 4 p.m. The Kahway meet held last Monday was too late for coverage n ths week's Leader. WHS vs. Scotch PUns-Faowood. Ut sngles: Buddy Robnson (W) defeated Hartoa Smth <S) «4, ft-2. 8nd tngles: Larry Katz (W> defeated John Knonaa (S) *, M 3rd sngles: Dave Jester CW> defeated Grahm Swett (6) *3, 8. st doubles: Crag Larsen and Don Better (W> defeated Gary Jeter and Fred Tlete <6) M, ft-3. Second doubles: MKch Saudak and Dave Krnzman (W) defeated Lous Rccardl and Phlp Kryxanak (S) «4, M. Fnal score of meet: WHS 5, SPFHS 0. WHS vs. Jefferson. st sngles: Buddy Robnson (W) defeated Roger Davs (J) M, «-0. lad sngles: Lsrry KaU (W) defeated Jon Roth <J) «-l, 64. 3rd stagles: Dave Jester (W) defeated Dave Bayrock (J) M>, 6-. st doubles: Don Reter and Crag Larsen (W) defeated Jm Nolman and Mke Harrs (J) t>0,64. 2nd doubles: Dave Krnzman and Mtch Sandak (W) defeated Paul Rubas and Dave Maurer Fnal score: WHS 5, Jefferson 0. West/eld vs. Summt st sngles: Buddy Robnson (W) defeated Km Fuher (S) M. 3-6, 6-. 2nd sngles: Larry Katz <W) defeated Pat Brady <S) 6-, rd sngles: Dave Jester <W> defeated Bob Sofman (S» , 6-4. st doubles: Don Reter and Crag Larsen <W> defeated Peter Markey and Tad Mnkler (S) 6-3, rd doubles: Mtch Sandak and Dave Krnzman (W) defeated Jm Stubmer and Sandy Dehl (S) 6-4, lo-e. Fnal score: Westfeld 5, Summt 0. Y Swmmers Compete at Lehgh The WestfeW YMCA swm team traveled to Lehgh Unversty n fethtehem, Pa. on Saturday to compete n the Mddle Atlantc YMCA Regonal Champonshp. Ths was the fnal competton of the season for the boys who qualfed for the events at «* sectwnes betd n Jersey Cty State College on Afar. 25, 972. The Westteklers dd not wn any frst places, but Rob Kng got a second place n fte M0 backstroke; and the 3-4 medley relay team of Jm Knsella, Jeff Renncks, (Mark Vejnoska and Sherb Naulty pkced second. Greg Cotten got thrd n tfe 9-A freestyle, and Todd Ruppert pefced up a thrd n the 5-7 backstroke. The 3-4 free relay team also fnshed thrd as Joe Perkowsk joned Jeff, Mark and Sherb for ths event. Fourth place fnshes were ganed by the 9-0 free relay Steve Mc- Manus, Tom Shetfds, Greg Cotten and Rob Kng), 6faerb Nouky n fee 50 free for tfce U-4 and Mark Vej noska n the U-4- lreaststrafce and Bob Lynes a seventh n tte W ndvdual medley. Remts; Medley Relay to Place, Tme of 8.9; Jm Boeted, Rob Kng, Greg otten, Tom Rokosay. ^0 60 Back-Snd mace. Tune of 34. Rcb Kng. 9-0 a» Free ReUy-4tn Place, Tme of Steve McMsnus, Tom Sheds, Greg Cotten, Rob Kng Medley Retoy-3nd P, Tme of W.0 Jm Kneella, Jeff Renncks, Hark Vejwsfct, Sherb Nauky rree-«u Place, Tme of 34.7 Sherb Naulty Free tth Place, Dm* of 54-7 Mark Vejnoska Free XMay-4rd Place, Tme of herb Naulty, Jeff Renncks, Mark Vejnoska, Joe Perkowsk. 5-7 QOO.M 7th Place Bob Lynes Tme loo Bacfc-ard Place, Tme of 0,3 Todd Burner*. C.A.A. Sectonals-Jersey Cty ^ate CoUege Saturday, U*x. *. Results: 0 ft U Medey rvlay-4tfe Place. Tme of 2.3 Jm Boaland, Tom Rokosny, Greg Gotten, Steve Mc- Manus. 9-0 SO Free 4th Place, tme of 29.8 Greg Gotten. wo so Butter-flnd Place, Wme Of 33.8 Rob Kng. 0 ft v 50 Back-$nd Place. Tme of 35.2 Rob Kng. 0 ft V Free (Relay st Place, Tme of 5.4 Rob Kng, Greg Cotten, Tom Sheds, Steve McManus. M2 200 Medley Relay-5th Place. Tme of 20.9 Chrs Gotten, Jm Rokosny, Trp Davs, Tom LaCosU. -2 Free 4th Place, Tme of 27.6 Paul Hcaly Free Relay 4th Place, Tme of Trp Davs, Ned Banta, Paul Healy, Tom LaCosta. 3-4 Medley Relay st Place, Tme of 5.4 Jm Kansella, Jeff Renncks, Mark Vejnoska, Sherb Naulty Free-lst Place. Tme of 20.0 Sherb Naulty. 3-4 loo Fly-a-d Place, Tme of 06.4 Ray McDanel Free st Place, Tme of 45.3 Mark Vejnoska OO Back 2nd Place, Tme of 04.3 Jm Knsella Free Relay 2nd Place, Tme of 38.7 Sher> Naulty, Jeff Renncks, Mark Vejnoska, Joe Perkowsk. S-7 Medley Relay-eft Place, Tme of 40f. Todd Ruppert, Greg Wedch, Keth Deen, Bob Lynes. 5-7 m -M.-6th -Place, Tme of 27.4 Bob Lynes Back-4tfc Place, Tme of 00.7 Todd Ruppert Breast 5th Place, Tme of 07.4 Keth Deen. Harvey to Captan Mane U«Grapplere Davd J. Harvey, a sophomore from Westfeld has 'been elected captan of the Unversty of Mane at Orano varsty wrestlng team. Ha-rvey, who won hs varsty letter at DMO as a freshman, wrestled ths past year n the 50-pound class and was the Black Bears' leadng Rag. $.59 NOXZEMA 0 OZ. JAR. $2.69 PT. SZE PHSOHEX wrestler, wnnng eght matches whle losng four and tyng one. He became one of the frst UMO wrestlers to place n the varsty dvson of the New England champonshps when ths season 'he took a fourth place n hs weght class. He s a graduate of Westfeld Hgh School. Reg. 98c SUN BONNET (For A Healthy Tan) Reg. $.50 DET SCALE Stare at Bucknell Capt. 'Mark Reddy of the Bucknell golf team carded a 78 to wn over Ptt last week. Another Westfelder at Bucknell, freshman John Me- Mangal captured fre number sngles match aganst Vlla novr Sport* Deadlne Tuesday A.M. f you dorrt want a newnfolkswagen well sell you a usea one. b fact, tht n«tf btt thng to o n*w VW b OM of our MMdorwt. t' patstd our 6-pont nsptctot And anythng that MMdtd fxng has ba«n fxed. 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