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Drive Cautiously Everywhere — Roads Are Still Slippery III i t h Y E A R - ^ N o . Published W eeMi—-SubaLTip’aoa Rate l-SS.tfb a lear m Advance-~-Single Copies 16 ,oenta W h a t '-.•-•N E W A R K , 'N. Y., TH U R S D A Y , JA N U A R Y 11 , 1968 , Eiiten?<i a s second , o ia s s m a il m a t t e r a t Newar&r*N. Yi 1 4 6 1 8 , P o s t O f f ice TWO SECTIONS— 18 wafTi. |ft?, - ^ 4 ' “ L. f kf> I • ^ 'W, By Charley Ross - \ r tl. J.u k.-.uu & P e r k in s Co . for- aii added at-frtic- I .. •- > ’h\ ’ . I ■ loTf.nl ro s e uarden 1 .1 n d'.rort ' t h e firm ! y 'tinir la d ? w h o 1 : ., ■ ■■ I I l f ! \ \ f C i d i l n ' 1 :;u r;< >s«*s - 1 > , | i ; h . i > . 's e t J u n e 3 9 a s h e r J ■ -till.us -in(1 \ \ “ li! ter\ >,• iik t e . . l i f e r , vows.'! .n \(hr fimmi'i rose garden. I IX a. ..id' :t>e a hr* I for the t I f i s a e n T h e bride - to-be is deter- -. I mi Tied lb beeotnd a June bride I 1 ia a park, according to her; | parents. j J W E 1 >nrt th i n k of a m o rel Iji.a.vitiJiif .setting for a n outdoor , l e a d i n g than the rose garden | n-lte-n the roses'' a r e a t 'f u l l Bloom, i * * * I X 'red Sanford, m e m b e r of the I [ R o s e City Ensem b le, sto p p e d in J th*' otlur day just long enough i m e e s m p o r tr a y ing t h e role of I Sa nta llaus a t the P l a z a ,o v e r J t h e holidays. ^ . O M little g i r l , he s a i d , left 10 J>«fces’ \h what- .she' w a n ted, for iir-iatiim* F r e d - always- took. tlie. -.• r s .* \iK- w i t h him a n d read [Ir.i r n 1 1 '< r in the evening He •,:d .vrr.'’ rif , lie letter writers ■•.:.”u t;h tf u l\ a n d some 1 r i f 1 1 r.'iiodJ ’ , O n e d.i> a rowdy g r o u p of j u u ths approached F r e d and s t a r t e d to g iv e “Santa” a rough tim e . Santa f.orgpt his p a r t and in s tead of g r e e tin g th e m with a **Ho„ ho\ hre gave tfaem the o l d \hoitvc-ho” . O H , . 'Fi.i cl p called tlie En- - •.■-Li. p; . . it.i[i -■ o j; W ajne oirn::, D.iy a t . the N e w York Itvcjrlds i.ur. N o t one c e n t was p e t - 1 veil iiom tlie c o u n ty , sard (Fred. i • » 'T h a t's a tb - o u g h tful gesture t h e local V F W Port i s making j to honor f l a y K o e rner with a j testim o n ial d i n n e r - d a n c e on j F e b . 24. | Pg'tare tong-been disctos-'j ng f>ui’b an a f f a i r for t h e popu- ■ r veicrms’ counselor who is • he vets.best friend a n d if you ; .•in't'iiiink so just ask any one ; w o -has gone t o him w i t h prob- ] llcm s nr for assistance in vet- ! [fr i n > a’fairs. T h e trb. 24- -affair, however, s bc.ne held to recognize Ray as a lounsclor and a s >com- ni.c n di r of th e 8 th District, V F W . Sinre d i n in g h a ll space is l.rrvitod the reservation list sh o u ld lie e x h a u s ted b e f o r e the cad - oi Hie-m o n th. • • • * - * ■ViSMST.VNT F ire C h ief. Harold i.yrrum neni_ roller sk a t in g re- [ -tvJ.lv and h a s regretted it ever i n r r Hcinok ,a tumble. a n d suf- •d ., Ira. t n r e d wrist. He lias t e n laiune a ribbing fro m fire- |tre n at the f i r e house and we pe sn jp r is e d if they frva.rde(| hinrt. a 'RUiplg_J]&ailI T A ll e m p lo y e e s of the' T o w n i of Ar£ach«i H ighw ay,. D e p a rt* .j m e n t started the new year w ith (a higher figure m their p a y ) checks. _ Thi TY'.Ui Bo a a -.-IwiiU tl h m irlv r, v ,, . h . • mrrtm\ \\ 'dnesu.iy input in u»c lire held • tuv. n R F T 1 R F S :-\'ic t n r DeN^ cover ( cloik a,uit ) hoi retired frorh R i e c r l P a p e r C o t p . ..after .lengthy ‘.ctvt,,- O il hntVcl to w ish him a happy retirem e n t on last d a y tvere (fro m left) Bill M cM iilin, H a r r y - V a iide- I M o , tel and Jack Ayer. They’re standing next to oyster pail machine which w a s. used over 45 • years ago when. QeW eaver first went to work at the Norton St. b o x factory^ Jifictiolas C ritelli w.us re - a p - pomteH cii.uiinaii jl tlie B o a rd t of Assessors for ijto years an d 'ap p o in ted assessors for one y e a r ■ te rm s were H. W C lark an d T. , R, Beales. M rs. Irrna G. S tr o u p Avus appointed tow n I h isto r ian : for two m o re years and Ja m e s Jenkins w a s re-nam e d re g istra r of v ital statistics .for 1968. ■ H a rold J. Stiles, Jr. w as re- ] appointed tow n atto r n e y for on? ; y e a r and P b ter J. F ish e r w a s ; n a m e d d e p u ty supervisor. M rs. ' K a rl S e h a n tz w a s reap p o in ted . . b d o k k eeper for th e tow n for ‘ 1668 an d G e r r y G a v in and F r e d ‘ ] Ltlmfcira/.o w e re appointed d e p u - -y~* It's co ld in Newark a t j d . vicinity! T m n p e ratureS d r o p p e d to 3S low as m inus 8 in the village an d , m inus 16 outside as re s i­ d e n ts shivered from the first m id; blast of th e seaso n .' All \ ill. 14 c and tpw ii sniyw*- figl.'insy .f ;i V 5 were - c a lled. Cjlk: S .iiaiii r, .m u Sunday to fight an R'-im-’i m u »wfall h e r e and sis o f x e s t c r d a y ev e r y th in g \ d e r -contfol except th e p l u n g i n g . .tU e n n b m e ters. .... Fiie -3,007 puoils in ' all pubtti? an d parochial schools in New?tik- C e n tr a l School D istrict No. l . c n k ' ’ .joyed a hoiiday M o ifday whfeii'. . the Qveriiight snowfall forced‘i, shutdown of 'he educatfonal * facilities. - ............ • __ _______ . PRETTY. TRIO — Three pert girls wait for first bell at the St, Michael School on Tuesday morning w h e n aiiercury dipped to four below zero. When a m a c h ine needed re p a ir s In the old paper m ill or in tlie t y v ^ n ^ ^ i w n clerk for ( folding cart on plant ,u toss th e ro a d they would alw a y s c a l l - o n the Issuiuice of conservation ,li- \V ic” to m a k e the p r o p e r a d ju s tm e n ts a n d keep th e production censes for th e year. All line officer.; of the F a ir • lm c hioviiig w ith practically little loss of tim e , 'ville Volunteer F ire D e p a rtm e n t „.,n , O l t the roth ai.n p a i m e e t.n.; ■Ries;el P a p e ,. Co,.p lQ a n s w e r , ; a n d election of nf.ficers M o n d ay ; n ight .at . th e fire hall. ; Reelected wot >. Harold Jor- , don. chief; Euu -r.e Wcimer. a s ­ sistant chief. a n d R ichard ■ R ampli. seecind .i.sxj.stant chief i, Henry ..Kufvis w a s reelected I com p any president. Also re- , elected were Jam e s K o n im er Vice president. E a rl W a rren, .secretary New i.ifu c r s elected tlie calls for a m a c h inist \Vie \ c a lled it a c a r e e r in ills tra d e at th e turn of th e New Y e a r after a- lengthy c a r e e r w ith tlie paper-m a k ing firm He was first etnpl fved at tlie N o rton St. p l a n t in 1818 w h e n it Was owned a n d operated by th e B loom e r lam ily He ‘i out,itrct boxes \ an d la t e r were L a rry Bast .an. tre a s u r e T r a n a n pld -plunger type dgg box I a n d David M aekry, IruVoC m a c h in e “ Vie\ quit-h.Ls.ioh a f te r T!u de\.irtn.e-V \ ‘-d • • h Id several years only to re tu r n six iti ar.r.in'l baVqu\* M • - h 16 ,♦' m o n t h s , Japer to work on th e York Inn. east. <.f Phelps, and m a c h ine. H ie Newark native ’ selected Ju n e 6-7 8 as the d a t e s - f b e was born in a house at th e for the annual carnival c o m e r of Fillm o re an d Cooper broken ; The a n n u a l m e e ting w as pre- S ts., .just a hop and 'Step from Sldes , ceded by a ham dinner pre - ' * e p“pPr b* th e d u l t 5Ult Jo n M o o n - 17’ 01 306-C p l t o n , payed an d served to over 50 ag a in - b e e s u s e of th e d u s t. AvCi pje a d e d g u i lt y to th e ! j m em b ers by the Ladies A u x i l - ; H e went t o work for t h e S t a te , c h a r g e w h e n a r r a i g n e d b e f o r e ! I iary. of Nevy York as; a \D isin f e c tan t”, , Vimge Jm ic? rh o a m 'W. B id - 1 fnon called his jo b in th e , S a t u r d a y ^ H e w a s re - 1 • 1925 era. H is d u ties were• to d i s - j j ea§.efl on a conditional dis- ! ^ in f e c t dairy b a r n s i n th e a r e a : c h a r g C f o r one y e a r 'W ith t h e ! a t a time w h e n TB w a s Prev- ^ s tip u la t io n s th a t h e stay aw a y l alen t- in c a t t le herds. from th e \Cosgrove property on ; Spr.iyini:. di.sinfectant in cow --- - - — \A fo u r th youth h a s - 'b e e n 'a r ­ rested by police an d ch a r g e d witiv- tiu r d degree crim inal tici. pass stem m ing fro m a rasli o f windows o n the south O rie D e cker w a s ap p o in ted town custodian. T h e ' Lincoln R o c h e s ter T r u s t Co. an d M a rine M idland b a n k s were designated as depositories for all town and-highw a y m o n ies: and tlie C o u rier - G a z e tte w a s dc.Mcimtcd US tlie official new s- 1 paper for th e Town of A rcadia. | Rpuular m e e tings of th e tow n ;1 board were set for the s e c o n d ! Tuesday of each m o n th a t 7:30 j p 111. a t City H all. I Tow n em p loyees were allow e d | eig h t cents a m ile on o f f icial j tow n business an d all tow n o f f i - j .; cere were au th o r ized to a t t e n d j; '•:ie A ssociation of Tow n s con- ' '„ vent.i.iin 111 ^ew _ j 5, 6 an d 7. J » VFW Post Moves To Eighth Place As State's Largest i* .innq . . . , • . / XJ1C 111 i t J1 il l tt V HJ11 UfiCWilDU LHC !*'*«*•* ................................. -w- 1 P a s t J 8 8 3 a , th e paper m ill as a m a c h inist Ne^ rk C c n tr a l School se h w r ; 10th annual Hospital bhll t0 eretcn V .f-s !,is first love sta te d th a t Moon entered an d presen ted a t the N e w a rk E l i l t GOING T O SCHOOL — Three- ■'Perkins School\ pupils are w ell bundled for sub-zero weather as they are escorted across street by Miss Dorothy Altman. School crossing guard. The school clo s in g ' was th e first in t)he . d i s t r ic t sin c e This \“Big B lizzard of 1966” w lien |t(I schools 'w e r e sh u t dow n \the w e ek of j a n . 31-Fc-b. 4, ^ ^ Schools resumed at the regu­ lar time Thursday bjut the pupils at the Lincoln School got ’atf- ■'other day off when a boiifer ■failure sent them home for the ! day. Four grades at St, fytlcHgtSl | I Parochial School were dismtss^d > Tuesday because of instifficleitt' 1 1 h eat in the rooms. Sister Mary Thbmasine r«- ■ ported that a frozen pipe left the four rooms without heal. ■■ . Six classes wetv without heal. Two of the six classes were as­ signed to other tooms and the others sent home at noon. .7 I H was, cpid everywhere . In :, •^•Newark -and vicinity* ? . 7 d)J- : i pending in whtc.i nelghborhofki ; you l)vedl ' - j Mast Pahjiyrans reportecl-4-4 ininii'- tempera i uies Tuesday 'a n d m Fairville it was 12 beipw. 'Thermometers in the Brantling 7 i Hill area, hignest point. In I Wayne \County registered IS be­ low at .6:30 a.m. A Brantjing Hill resident, said it got as cold as 20 below 12 years ago. Don M a r ten s , G -G prin ter,- , advertising aide, sa i d I t got l 4 below in “M e tr o p o litan Z'ur- j ich ” on T u e s d a y a t 6 a.m . ; - W. M aple Ave. a n d th a t he be sta ll s ' w a sn’t. “Vic'S\ idea of a ; h o m e by 9 p.m. u n less there's a ! ... job wrttli a fut tire a n d .chucked-It school, c h u r c h o r fam ily ac- i T h e W omen 'a A u x iliary of the. fo r th a t of a n e lectrician. Six : tivity. | N e w a rk-W a y n e C o m m u n ity Hos- i. m o n th s l a t e r <19261 he w a s back i^ , c in f o r m a tio n ag a in s t th e i P i t a l « coinplcting plans for its .................................. be ! stated t l i a t Moon entered a n d . p r e s e n te d a t tlie N e w a rk E lks rem a in e d unlaw fully upon tlie ,L o d g e on F e b 3 prem ises Of C. J. Cosgrove a t 502 , M r?, t\ J C o sgrove is g e n e r a l W. M aple Ave. on Sepv, e p t. 29, 1967 ; c h a ir m a n if the season's n tajo r a t 11.30 R o b e rt Bellew, . . . ________ _ _____ Tlje inform a tion fu r t h e r sta le d i by Johnny D u n lap s o r c h e s tr a Arcadia M ej.jona' of tl'.c Y e teraos of p' has m oved from th e position DeW.oaver spent m o st of his 10th :.,rg‘ p \ 't m the stiH e 'to yoivrs a' th e m ill where h r m ade the eighth hr.ce-a. aecording to p;ir -s ,et u p m a c h inery and word received h e r e from the m a d e repairs when one Of th e State D e p a rtm e n t <>f the VFW in t n r a t c p a p e r - m a k in g m n c h - ; post C o m n :.inder W illiam ' C mps broke dow n He also sh u t- M a jiCrcgor end .th e m c m Her- u< d across th e road to the pa te itve. o n a aao i ; u » u u < « » p.m . in th e com p a n y of j social event in N e w a rk v 3ellew , 17 B lossoiii Roa d . M u sic again will b e .f u r n ish e d S f * > pship total on w h ich the ra tin g p c r 71arton w as based was 566 The N e w a rk ’tim e ,- j post is the largest in th e 8th old foundry n e a r th e g o lf links. ( District which- e m b r a c e s W ayne. w h a t are ills plans for th e I Monroe. Seneca. O n tario and fu tu r e I Yates C o u n t ie s : ...... 77 The larg e s t post 111 the state (IVe m is in the Bronx w ith a m e m b e r- pt t h e departm e n t's a n n u a l ban- nuet, on Jan 2 5 . You're welcome, H a rold. * * * tF h e young m a n c a m e rush- |i n s into t h e office t o report |th ia .t someone bad s t o l e n his I car-. “FVE.cot both sets o f keys,” ■ r a d .is t ie reached for the Fdephonc t0 re p o r t th e th e f t to ol*ce. , . \ . T,5 vcr4l m itxutcs L a ter lie re-- loerv e d a c a l l from h i s girl | trr*°s!T$ \ho rem inded fafin th a t' Vhr' 11:1I ( d r iv e n the c a r to her W * m o r n in g . T h e r e just IHsfeti to he a t h i r d set o f keys as In u r young m a n finally learned so r - r o n fully. doiUinued\ on l’a g c 8) : g I An.rials; I p r r t h i .,.3. | r , '- 'u r a .f , 7 ■ D- . 1 \ V;S |p .n it:s . . . I |M .i.rte!' ■ S p r |Th.«'’ afrrs ■ W a n t Ads\ e To If -v , . . r - r j , - t h a t Mooiv w-as Uvere w h e n t-wo b drvtsmh an d a t one : windwvs w e re b r o k e n by ..rocks. ■ hemed pour castin g s at t h e „ T h e b a s e of B e llew was a d ­ jo u r n e d to th is S a tu r d a y . He has been ch a r g e d w ith th ird degree ■Vic\V W h o n v as long b e e t t . a e Y ; allegedly Newark Council, K n ig h ts ' th r o w m e rocks at a windovv at th e C o sgrove residence on Sept. ship, of 968 (C o n tinued on P a g e 8) 29. to New Minister on rj\ 4 The Rev. W a lter J. Kovac will be iiistalled as p a s to r of the R edeem er L u th e r a n C h u rch on Sunday, Jam . 14. a t 3:30 p.m . j The R e v . Eldor P- K u e h n e rt, pastor ■ o f St. Jo h n 's L u th e r a n , Ghurch of M acedoii. will be the liturgist an d the Rev. O s w a ld ,; -VoU. p a s to r i<f St. Paul's . L u ’h - ; - eran C h u rch of Clyde wiU be | the p r e a c h e r . T h e rite of in-| stallatron will be conducted by j the Rev1. Paul B e r th: p a s to r of N a zareth L u th e jan C h u rch 0 . Buffalo. He is counselor in the Buffalo circu it of the^ E n g lish Distfiet. He will be assisted by area, pastors. Mrs. W illiam Schectz w ill be th f organist. The R e d e e m e r L u th e r a n C h u rch h a s h a d e - p a s t o r a l va­ cancy sin c e Sept. 1. 1967 ,vitn ( the Rev. M r. K u e h n e rt serv in g , as i n t ^ m pastor. _ a J r . ‘C o llege hi Ft. W ayne, A n a ti v e of E ^ P 01^ J a “ | i n d .. in 1954. , jREV. WALTER KOVAC m r thc R e v M r Kovac is the I M r. Kovac cont.nued h i s s t u - son of t h e Rev. J o h n and A n n a , d ies a t C o n c o rdia Sem inary in thf> O d e s' of five c h i l - |S t . Louis, Mo,, g r a d u a tin g m ? r e n H e liv ^ m Akrom Ohio,: J u n e 1961. D u r in g » m o p th s of T.si.V o thor .had a D a stor- stu d e n t m in istry (1959-601, he where h is fa th e r h a d a .pastor­ a te for 13 years u n t i l he began Studies fo r t h e m in istry a t Con­ served congregations in S c r a n ­ to n , Pa. a n d Chicago, HI. F rom th e sem in a r y , Mr. K o ­ vac w a s called to th e A u rora, .O n tario. C a n a d a , \as“ m ission­ a r y p a s to r , D u ring h i s m inistry m . A u r o r a ,- -C h rist..- L u th e r a n C h u r c h w a s drtftblished T h e c o n g r e g itio n d e d icated its firs t ' house of w o rship a n d parsonage\ m D e c e m b e r 1965. W h ile in A u rora, Mr. K o v a c serv e d n e ighboring sister co n ­ g r e g a tio n s d u r ipg pas.t.orijl va-, cancies a n d was also active in th e A u r o r a .M inisterial A ssocia­ tio n . F o r four y e a r s he served a s a m e m b e r of th e B o a rd of S t e w a r d s h i p and E v a n g e lism ' o f th e Synod of E v a n g e lical L u th - e r a p , C h u rches, ar. a f filiate of th e L u th e r a n C h u rch-M issduri Synod. ‘ 1 A b r o th e r , GeraVd, is p a s to r o f P e n teco s t L u th e r a n ck iifch , R a ­ cine, W is. T h e ir fa t h e r is p r e s i ­ d e n t of t h e & E X .C. and p a s to r o f St. L u c a s - L u t h e r a n C h u r c h in St. Louis. P a s to r K o v a c w a s m a r r ied to H ild a H. P h ilipp of N e w m a r k e t, O n t a r i o , . i n .April r 1963. .T h e y h a v e tw o \children K im b e rly A n n 3, a n d Piaul m o n ths. doivnstaa.: ar.3 by th e . H a rold M iller Trio up s tairs. D a n c ing cm both floors will be from 10 p m . to 2 a nt R e tr e s n m e n ts will be serv e d . T h e m e for this y e a r 's ev e n t is \T h e O riental B a ll.” T h is is the \ o n ly i u n d - r a t s i n g . p r o ject of tlie auxiliary with pro­ ceeds to be used tow a rd the p u r ­ ch a s e of a n im a g e intensifier w ith TV system w h ich costs a p ­ p r o x im a tely $7,000. An im a g e , in ten s if ier is a unit w h ich m a g ­ nifies the im a g e seen on fluoro-. copy and intensifies th e lik e n e s s of th a t im a g e by a b o u t 1,500 tim e s . - 1 W h e n co m p a r e d w ith th e con­ ventional fluoroscopic exam ,, w h ich is done in a totally d a r k ­ ened ro o m , the ex a m . w ith im a g e intensified is done trr sub- du e d light w ith the im a g e , o r p ictu r e c a s t on the TV scree n . V a r i o u s item s pu r c h a s e d w ith proceeds froni previoffs b a ll s P David, e ig h t I C O LD Two hoys paused long enough for photogra- ier to take their picture in front of Perkins school Tuesday ijorning. ■ — ................. - ........ - - — WayneHighwayToll in 1 list .and Tw e n ty-jH iree-pcrsons lost tliete-H-ves-tm Wtiynt- -CVnmly iiigii- h a v T l n c l u d e d a h e a r t 'p r e s s u r e | ways in 1967 as aRainst 30 highw a y fata litie s a year ago m a c h ine, a ' cflctaphone. for\ th e 7 “ ‘T h e h i g h w a y toirinV ludcd seven p e d e s 'tru in '-hie hi. pathologist, urological .equip- the other L5 mini\ drivers, six passengers; killed in vioUi m C nt, a liuniidjfier. a ir c p n d i-1 W ayne yountv s highw a y toll tioner and o th e r equipm e n t for ' ... w -,R rf,rh p e d iatric 'w i n g , m icroscope, r m 1965 and “6 slide cab in e t and other' la b o r a - , y e a r . 'H ighw a y accidents eiaim - tory equipm e n t: t* \ eom p lete C(j 24 lives in 1950, 13 in 1961. “ | 4ton Of 1963 aud W li 1964 U^ie-,, | George Cooper, also a Q -G j p r in ter, c a m e back -w ith - a- H • m in u s - r e a d in g m ’ to ! East. Paim y c o .\ “ ' . Y. 1 T h e m e r c u r y d r o p p e d ter 14 I u n d e r a t th e .H a r o ld G leiruni \ re.sidehee o n th e N e w a r k - i'a i r - ; v ille Road a n d the in d o o r th c r * : m o m e ter a t City H a ll registered- - ! a m inus 12 read in g a t 9:30 a (m . wink- the C o lum b ia B a n k 's cluck-therm o m e ter to w e r fla s h ­ ed a 4-below figure 1 It was e v e n too \cold for icp\ fisherm e ft over the p a s t th r e e j d a y s. ' * j “ I w o u ldn't go icc' fishing 1 f o r an y th in g ,” said Jo e DcPoio, | a veteran fish e r m a n , J Titc -traffic Ave m fro n t of th e P e r k in s School succum b e d to th e frig id W eather. I t failed - 4 d t nnc “ d u r i n g th e 4-below te m p e r a t •Pedestadai»-''i»« ^ i y ' “w a lk” sig n a l a t th e F o u r C o f - n e r s co m p lain e d .th a t ' i t W a s _ “to o cold to w a it fo r th e . l i g h t to change\ a s th e y d a s h e d across- th e stre e t w h e n th e y saw it was c le a r to go. ; > h Police r e p o r te d 8-below T0&P. '] inim T u e s d a y m o m m y on flw I Cbliiinhia th e r m o m e t e r a n d 1 6 . below; on th e City H a ll i n s i r k - m e n t W hich records b o t h 4ni- .d o o r and outdoor t e m p e r a tu T h e cold w e a th e r a lso r e s u l te d in a wave o f Illness w h ich r e - cr.ishcs. i s u ited \ In 87 stu d e n ts_BeIng a b - jse n t at th e senior h i g h school, 1 iso re 5? a t th ? parochial se h o o l 85 a t \ ' r- 4M xvv'* 4VI*V4 4« w* u v s *vvuiv-p a n d an eteetrodyne dardjo- a n d i04 again led the other m a d e by those who d o no t c a r e to atten d the ball. scope an ’4 controller assistor-^for7 fboJ;oUgilfa r e i m the county with h.o lu r c jclis’t w a s killed wheii the o p e r a tin g room . F u n d s fro m i seVgn an(j s jx fatalities,' ire,spec-, h is m a c h iiie stru c k a cow. la s t g e a r 's affair w e r e u s e d to t i v e l y ROUtc 31. the e a s t- w e s t , E leven petsoiis w e re killed,be- p u r c h a s e a d ietary cart. , thuroughfare in tlie southern.-tw e e n th e hours of ’ 12 noon and C b n tfibuflons m a y also be tier, .led for the -.ccpnd straig h t 6 p m . , eight d u r in g the h o u r s y e a r wijh seven deaths. of 6 p .n i. to m idnight a d d fotir T h e fataU ties included -,15 from m idnight to 6 a.m. _ m a les and eig h t, f e m a les whose | T h e re were a ls o - e i g h t o t h e r C o m m u n ity C e n f&r P lan s ages ranged from two .to 79 The . violent deaths - in .the\ county . y . , v •. .m o n th of M a y was a costly one ' with one person killed in an - in - M i a - Y e g r le e n D a n c e .W ith six d e a th s resulting from j d u s tr ial accident (service sta- ■ T h e N e w a rk C o m m u n ity C e n - .c r a s h e s followed \by ,A u 'g u st,w ith ( tioh accidfeiit':. one by drow n ing, te r will hold a m id - y e a r d a n c e , fotir, Septem b e r and Ju ly w ith one by fire, one in a gyrocopter- for seventh, eig h th a n d n i n t h , th r e e each; Ja n u a r y an d June j c r a s h in a P a lm y r a c o r n field g r a d e r s in th e gym on J a n . 13 w ith two efich and o f l^.each ^ in and fo u r hom icides 48. 3» ark cm u r ir r - G a z e tte also ^ - j t h e juhte h i g h s c h ^ F s e v e n a t vealed th a t nine persons diet) as th e _ E a s t P a lm y r a sc h o o l whlCte the re s u l t of tw 'i 'I' th r e e .carjh a s ~ T 0 4 p u p ils in th e fo u r fifth , | 1 ulh.sjon - ai.jl f.'.e '.la ii:.sult .grade 'sessjotis, ,M a t ^ iR 0 ^ - , llj of e.irs sir.'asiiuig into .tr e e s . 'A 'veR ' ^ h o o l Ja n a $L At from 7:30 t o 11 p.m. A lex E ligh, dtteefcor, said .m u ­ sic will be provided by tlie k a o m b y tth e io n from W illianf- son. A d m ission is 50 cents. F e b r u a r y , N o v e m b e r J'Snd D e - ! d e a ths from g u n shot w o u n d s ' cum b e r . . ! a n d one from k n if e w o u n d s i. T h e r e w e re three accidents ! In 1966 there w e r e 11 p e r s o n s th a t claim e d two v ictim s each, who m e t violent deaths other A re p o r t com p iled by the N e w - 1 th a n in highw a y accid e n ts. k in s School, American Legion Post Seis .Membership Dlhr The Am u s t M a u e r P o s t o f thue A m e r ican L e g ion w ill h o ld flat I a n n u a l p a id up m e m b e rsb#» d i n n e r on S a t u r d a y J a n 20 at) P-P.- J h th e P o s t- H o m e On S . U n ion S t. i t wqs an n o im c e d iqf ' ■Paul B e a d e r . co m m a n d e r . AI R e n z j a n d h i s orchestxK wUl jplay fo r d a n c in g D H u S ^ : re s e r v a t i e n s m u s t be m a d e ; fo r e J a n . 15 w i t h t h e stew a r d - A t ’ th e hom e . T h e d i n n e r is o p e n to i Wives or ? g i r l fn e n d s o t U w m e m b e rs, .... / /

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