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Three Alarms in Two ■iJ’R - W — V o l u n t e e r firem a n p lay s , h ,rn l ire a t th e P o r t j u n k y a r d on St laM T h u r s d a y -m o rning. It w a s c o l d b u t f i r e m e n c o n f i n e d b l a z e to b a r n H y m a n R o r t , o w n e r , a t t r i b u t e d c a u s e to d e f e c t i v e w i r i n g . F irem e n answ e red th r e e oalfS; -been tlie scene of .a previous in two d a y s last week w ith tli?i fire. Billowing ctowds- of -sm o k e estim a te d dam a g e a t tvyo scenes .c.nilu ue seen fur several miles ru n n in g in to several th o u s a n d s , nf rtnitnrc ■ ' village and fire police blocked -a-, f n- ‘ -j, ’ o ff Uni°n a n d .Miller Sts. to all. The first. ,can Was answ e red traftk- w inch was re - t o u t e d : aro u n d 8:45 a m . T h u r s d a y , a r o u n d th e fire suene .w h en fire ap p a r a tu s -m a d e - a . . . run. to H y m a n P o r t's ju n k y a r d ! N?. “ * » \ » w? re re l)ortefl on W. Union St. V o lunteers laid 'pl\'t said he was unable try lines m U u iyh .uid M iller Sts. , give .n; estim a te on hi- loss He to fig h t th e barn., fife in .frigid ’ said- the roof m as destroyed and w e a th e r . . ' .... ... . —^except for th e loss of m a terial F ir e m e n confined the b j a z e . th e loss to th e m e tal w a s neg-li- to the building w h ich co n tain e d ! gtble. He attri.bute^ thgr cause m o s tly rnetal. T h e b a r n h a d , of th e fire to defective wiring. P o rt said h r ;>b.uinr.d to replace tn e building. T h e second alarm o f th e day was sounded a t 11:18 p.m ..w liefi firem e n rushed; .to 400 W M iller St. ito r m c r S ta te School Colony House-' to extinguish a r ij h v t .i - p p r t fire in- th e ap a f f in e ttt o f Miss M y rtle B e n n e t t .' F irem e n said tire tire apparently k . i s cau s e d by a c ig a r e tte. * * * * - F irem e n w e re called t o th e N e w a rk - W a y n e C o m m u n ity H o s p ital on F r id a y a t 4 p.m.. t o traee. flip cuu„e of sm o k r th a r . , idled th e k itc h e n 'a r e a ' T h ree\ smoke e je c to r s w ere used in, t h e kitchen A s s is tant . tare C h ief H a r o l d , Ole rum . sa i d , th e sm o k e w a s ’ caused by .it crack a r o u n d th e \ cliirrippy w h ich cau s e d th e h e a t to work its way th r o u g h an d -burned the insulation betw e e n the ine.incr.itor room an d a larg e w a lk - in cooler in th e • k itchen. | F irem e n .ripped out a section ; of a cem e n t -wall in t h c inciner-, ja t p r room a n d tlie w a lk - in cool- ‘ e r to co r r e c t th e problem . S e v e r ­ a l celling bl-ocks in the- k i tc h e n area, .were also rem o v e d in a h e f f o r t to trace th e source of t h e sm o k e , \. . - G iertim .said th e cu s to d ial sta if , had been bu r n in g re c o r d s in th e in c in e r a to r fo r 24 hours. Firem e n an d village' em ­ ployees w e re at the h o s p ital Un­ til 7;30 p m . before th e sm o k e w a s b r o u g h t u n d e r control. No . p a tie n ts were - d istu r b e d duriftg th e com m o tion, a c c o r d - , ing to G lerum . ‘ Everyone is Going To the Oriental Ball Saturday Evening Drive Cautiously , In SelidoHEones— We Love Our Children IIth YEAR— \No. 5 Published W eeklyrT-SubacriDtion Rate'. $6.00 a - Year in ^A d v ance— S ingle C o p ie s 1:6 cen ts N E W A R K , N . Y . , , T H U R S D A Y , F E B R U A R Y I , 1 9 6 8 (fettered a s second elali mail'* matter Newark; N. Y. 14^13, Post Office - — T W O SEQ T 1 0 N $ — 20- P A G E S Do You B\ Charley Ross ^II.YNK” IVYKISLS. is co m in g 1 SS f.ulht . ■ No mu for gomk New Y o rk . . . . , ,, , _. ™ . . . . ” iu)Ss traffic com m ission- a c c o r d in g to the annual re p o r t m a d e public b y r i r e C h ief M a.rtin Fire loss in the village in 1967 was estim ated at $146,245, Oil*. > i1\-\ li \- * tr i m .u c p t e d an invitatiofi r-lylkem a . trom t ot\ Hoste to b e t h e \ —‘ - - - - ipeakrr at .the annual m e e tin g of the Wa' no County m e m b e r ­ ship nf the l inger Lake A sso - 1 nation In re <>\n April 25. lKJSTt.7 m em b e rship eoorth-, istor nf.-. mil i i<ir-at-large, a n d lames Marshall, d ir e c to r , a r e i n.clurj'- “ f th«- m eeting ’w h ich | Mil Dr held a t 6:30 p.m . ati leckfr.; P.irl;' I Hrnrv .'■fill Hazel Batn.cs a r e [ currently on a w o rld to u r w h ich] calls for him to p r e s e n t a p a - ' 1 T h e loss w a s on p r o p e rty : w h ich h a d a n e * m m t e d .v a l u e , 1 of $1,023,500. The only m a j o r , ' ;fite in th e village w as - th e - one j th a t - b r o k e o u t al M a rgrove’s ; D a iry on E. U n ion St. on ‘A p rii *2.; t E s tim a ted loss outside of t h e , village w a s $2,759 w ith th e esti- . m a t e d value o f p r o p e r t y listed I a t $13,250. ■j C h ief H y lk e m a ’s re p o r t also n o ted th a t th e d e p a r t m e n t log- j • yed 166 a la r m s d u r in g th e y e a r , ; w ith 126- s o u n d e d inside\ t h e vil -1 . 1 \ R E D H E A R T S ” — F i r e t C h ief M a r ty H y l k e m a p in s .“.te d h e a r t s ” o n R icE a rd C o lacin o an d Ja c o b G r a y b i ll a t an n u a l fire- t men’s banquet at First Methodist Church. / The awards, presented in a humorous vein, arc annually a banquet highlight. By CKarley Ross •j N e w a r k 's tee n a g e set w ill no w be^rible.,^0 spfeod th e n e x t ^ f o u r Satui’d a y ' a l t i rn'tioiis p lay in g b a s k e tb a ll , Y o lloyball o r eli- - g a g in g iii o th e r fom i/V p f r.< < rt .ilion in tin- ju n io r high school gyrri jron \V. M ilb-i St* an a re s u lt o f a d e c isio n m a d e by’ D o h ftM H e ss, - I supc-ur, EeTuJeiii Ttif jj ill Hit schools. “ \ ‘ ---- ---- H e ss rev e a led th a t th c Ju n - i ....„ lage an d 40 outside. . . . .. - . , Tlie first class in a babysitting I “ .. ; per at a highway m c e tm g m | c linic wm be held m d a y a t 7:30 u T h e m o n th of A p ril w a s th e , Sydner. Australia, and a con-, ( r h u r c h , b u siest w ith 28 calls re p o r te d ., teem r witir ~ g o v e n n u e n tr ’tbEfi-t^\ d * . - j-m o stly f o r g r a s s a h d - b r u s h 'f i r e s , t cqls in Tokyo, Jap a n . | SponsQred by th e ja y N c e e s . 1 followed by M a r c h w ith. 20' a n d T h e lightesi nine Fiijfiixien used I It* UXUU lillllg uu,vju»uw v iv, t t tr.in.sportation prob- M rs. R ichard P h illips will be : sm o k e e je c tibns on \HANK\ probably; d e v o t e ' t h e b a b y s itting class w ill-be the 1 '•= ‘ - talk oT rT O ~ w ,orld; t h h d clinic for P,e r f onsiiint5re s t ' ! ^ . n s a ^ e r p d liF ,ikn h a s a d a te e d to becom ing bab y s itters. Kirts our ems .ri Punto m e tw l.tlttlu * o casions Rico at the re- toeV1in s tm m o r a t ^ h ^ h r s r c L a s I | a n d S c o tt a ir paks a t 14 fifes. T h e \O r d e r of the Red H e a r t\ , aw a rded for a h u m o r o u s ln c i- Hat--.! ti:^ - v r n n r of PR . „ - ' — mr a n d a r a p a r e n t w h a t p a r e n t s , the squad c a r m a d e js % e m e r - . *—• \ 7 ” P r e s e n t a t i o n of th e p o p u lar , M o u /rtrl M n n tn R»r'*lvt* hh. res. It was on O c t. 14 eXp e c t of b a b y s itters an d e n t e r - . gency^ r u n s d u r ing th e y e a r a n d | new - intei'nauonal h e a d q u a r te r s , a w a rci tQ th e flre . { lghters w a s • N ^ w9 rk Mxtn tO R e c e i v e lhat our \H ank\ received a ta i n i n g th e child. She is a 1960, included four calls to rem o v e j of S a r a h g e n t r y . ^ k ^ oute ;one o f th e h ig h lig h ts of the J 5 0 - Y e a r C a r p e n t e r ’s P in ton asking »m>ri>tnto nt thp rotiPBP of EJdu- nationts - to th e h o s m tal. e i e h t i 88 S o u tn, o v e r tn e w e e a e n a . ______ , • __________________________________________ ~ th e d e p a r tm e n t by Ja c o b G ray- | b ill! 'chief in s p e c to r . ' ior High gym will be opcnTrom 2 to ft p.m. for boys\ In gratHss ' 9 through-12 on Feb.'3, 10, IT I and 24. | • - T h e S a tu r d a y aftern o o n rec- ; r e a tio n p r o g r a m w ill be tindbr the supervision of G a r y M iller | a n d H a rold H o u p t o f th e physi­ c a l education staff in th e public [ School sygtem . ...... . T h e high school boys a r e ad» j vised! to use th e south o f r e [en tr a n c e to th e building. I t - w a s ’ e m p h a s i z e d th a t th e S a t u r d a y - I a fternoon p r o g r a m is re s t r ic te d to N e w a r k boys in g r a d e s ; 9 1 through 12 . J H e ss also disclosed that other. tall from U a sh.ncto n askin g g r a d u a t e of th e .C o lleg e of E d u - ; p a tien ts to t h e h o s p ita l, e i g h t ; ™ w u i . . , -evening ’s p r o g r a m w h ich . w a s , dm if he tsould like to go to catio n at PlattsburglT a n d - t a u g h t - i o r -oxygen ta n k s tw o to a u to - P o lice receiv e d a re p o r t Mon - 1 a tl e n d e d by 150 tlrom e n , guests .•tehJlia. Henry an d h is H a zel fo r tw o y e a r s in the K e r s e y i’.le m o b iles a c c id e n ts a n d 20 m iscel- -day t h a t tools. —■* 1 acre mid they i-nuld trav e l a n y , p Ubhc school systein. M rs. P h i l - . laneous calls. T h c em e rgency vvaiutra a lued a t $165 My they wanted. j lips c a n ie to N e w a rk in 1962 and SqUa d also rep o rted various IF n-f ,u ,re,i the h a s been substitute te a c h e r t o ' calls for various pieces o f first fc f - r . V i h \ ; J r e n ^ l n B ' t h e -Newark ffhools for s i x : aid equipm e n t. -^.e e.-n,,t - -j~--- husB3nd. .ninth 1 ftt 4 e--« JdU h -^tudtoi-:-T h £ y , a r ^ a boy and a girl. , j Ghn T h o m a s , edu c a tio n direc- activities -may—be made—i Graybill reportrd that 20 vio? able according to tlie interest ' ' shown by those partioipating to the Saturday afternoon pro'- m the east trav e lin g . Europe tt-.e M iddle E a s . y e a r 5 ff-Jr V- - Jikii.i and B a n g k o k FY- t ?y 1 nry „ back north H F m rdvw .: TvTa in Ta Honolulu a n d la t e r 1 trw-n: n i* b - i The F i r e P rev e n tio n B u r e a u ! d e n t en c o u n tered by volunteer firem e n m th e p a s t year, w a s , ^ = p r e s e n t e d to Jaco b G r a y b ill a n d R ich a r d C o lacino a t the an n u a l , p u b lic piaces m 1967 , according , E q u ip m e n t valued a t nearly | b a n q u e t of tire N e w a r k 'F ir e D e p a r tm e n t held T h u r s d a y n ig h t in to the annual re p o r t filed w ith , . - , . , _ , , $500 w a s tak e n fro m a constpuc - 1 th e M e th o d ist C h u r c h d in in g I . S h e w ill d i s c u s s both as. a teach - ; T h e re p o r t also show e d t h a t -! 7 . ^ w tUa Irnnin. I a n d a S 'a p a r e n t w h a t p a r e n ts ( th e squa d c a r , latio n s w e re co r r e c ted The bu­ re a u inspected one ch ild r e n 's ! n u r s e r y ,\ th r e e nursing h o m e s 1 . g r a m —a firs t irre th c public . W infred L. Schinsing of 3 5 6 ’ a n d t h e local h o s p ital a s well as schools o f N e w a rk. and e q u ip m e n i; a jld m e inberg ^ tlie W o m en’s ,.W^ U n ion St will receiv e a 50- a ll 'p u b l ic and p a r o c h ial schools. ------ up » iw w e re reip o v e a • A'nx<itnry. p>lre chief M a r tin y e a r pin a s a m e m b e r o f io c i i l ‘ T h e insp c e to r also rev e a led t h d t 1 T h e B o a rd of E d u c a tio n dis- frorn tw o tra i l e r s ow n e d by tne ; j j jejtetn a a n d jytayor M ilton , 1508, C a r p e n ters’ Union, on 12 com p laints w e re received on cussed th e p o s s ibility of opening E . G . S n y d e r Co., Inc., R o c h e s- E J z u l o r i i flre com m issioner 'F e b . 10. 1 fire h a z a f d s , including th r e e vi- up e it h e r th e ju n io r o r -senior ke r - \ im a d e th e aw a r d s to G raybill ' P r e s e n tatio n will be m a d e b y lo la t io n s , and reco m m e n d a tio n s I h igh school g y m s - f o r S a tu r d a y A p o r tab le g e n e r a to r a n d | ^ n d c o la c in o w h o a r e tw o of h is son, D o n a ld, w iio h a s b e e n w e r e m a d e Hn two buildings' fpr 1 afternoon recreatio n a n d left t h e - eq u ip m e n t valu e d a t $300 w e re ^ active iircm e n in th e - a m e m b e r foy 15 years Thc 50- fire safety and fire prevention. I d e c ision to H e s s 011 W hich s;chooi\ tak e n from a tra i l e r ow n e d ^ d e p a r t m e n t - ~ ' • y e a r pin is -beU -ved to be th e * F o r ty-tw o bnijdtngs m the b u s i - . g y to to use. B o a rd m e m b e r s . _ ^ the W. E . B o u ley Co. of A u b u rn. | narH n n H „ PheleV, c h a ir m a n H irst ever p r e s e n ted in th c ness a r e a also w e re'rnspecT e tt. t w e r e - ^ r f r r p a iP H y t- le^ o - a ^ - s u g g o s - - ^ ; tor a t th e N e w a r k S ta te School, g e n e r a l c o n tr a c to r on th e $3?k 0f th e Ju n i o r F ir e m a n 's p r o - i a r e a f 'G e o r g e Hur'st of L y o n s is ; , tiori m a d e b y a p a r e n t a t a ' ' * *’•\ *- ‘ gram , aw a r d e d essay prizes to 'p r e s i d e n t o f t h e C a rpenters' L o - M ike Cowles, B r i a n O lenych a n d ; c al. CTHLD D E V E L O P M E N T TOW N TO BUY R O L L E R ! h a s acce p te d an to v itatio n to j n iillion p r o ject. » ; ' T h e -Town B o a r d of A rcadia 1 discuss th e p r o g r a m of N e w a r k J , P o lice sa i d e n tr y to th e trail- ______________ . Wouldn't it be s o m e iliing if 1 will receive sealed bids fo r a ! S tate School w ith stu d e n ts in a t e r s w a s g a ined by b r e a k in g th e R i c h a r d ' H e a ly a n d th e Eddie Mr. and Airs. B a rnes cro s s e d one-tajxiem 8 to 12-ton roller a t , c o u rse o n child d e v e lo p m e n t a t j window in one and forcing a R a s c h A w a rd to N o rm a n H u g h - paths with T o m m y ' ( B a r b e r ) 1 c i t y - l a u 'o n F e b . 13 a t 7:30 p.m . 1 H o b a rt C o llege. ttfecnm and E a r l (P o s t Office) ------------ — - --------- — ------ [VarrP|i who finally g o t aw a y I yrstcntav m o rning oil th e i r - around-thr-Korld trip oil the Dutch freighter Musi L loyd? T0MM1 Fiarl w e re two ’«*s atr .n h a v in g N e w Y o r k aronr ., Thrsi had heen infonrred th a t leir s,ulmc d a te would be Ja i l . S S N o t one bpok was disturbed »n Feh. j, n t e y took orf for! by 311 unexpected visitor a t th e lorida and for spvprai d a y s no * N e w a rk Public L ib r a r y e it h e r ruilti locate them- — ™ o door to th e o th e r . Cliff poon fm ■hi M i l i hiyd-would ■■ - ip. .un n o r on. J a il. 31. 1 ( ontmiicd on Page 42) . YourC-G Wh Ar ■B.--: Cl.i- , b'u-:',' D'.r.ir, { S > ‘iy 'hr;-:- Spnr'. V, Theaters ’^ h t Ads e x c e p t F r id a y n i g h t of e a rly S a tu r d a y : m o rning. , 1 w.iriviffs ju s t ! A . c a s h draw er, however, was o e c a u s e w o rd : touehed w ith approxim a tely $50 •a line s office , by ti,c n i a h t calier. PalTnlnian J.u'kson Burm said. Vim iiii'ftider sm a shed a window f on th e lower p a r t of the east side <d tjlHr- tnnW-mg t o a a i h Ctt- ' try. He said it wSs th e sam e m o d e nf operation used in fe - cen t en tr ies at St. M ichael s parochial school. Agway, P e n n y - sav e r office, B lair Studio, E d n e tt - B u rnham , senior h ig h School arid tw o achurches. T lie police officer said all son. M rs. H e r b e r t Petty, p r e s i- GU E S T . S P E A K E R Ltowood D ietz of M arion w i l lj m isslo n e r s tion F E B R U A R Y CONVO ! P T.A . rrieetlng on the JosSIbll- The W ayne C o u n ty B o a r d 0f ; of m a k tog the stotool pool o r S u p e r v i s o r s h a s au th o r ized a v a l l a b f e t o - ^ f e w a t r g m e m b e r s of th c E lection Com - ! y o u ths o n S a tu r d a y afteriloohS. office to a tten d th e ! S e v e r a l p r o b lem s , including de n t of th e W o m e n 's Auxiliary* r b e speake r a t Sunday's- 10 a .m . a n d '7 p .m . s e r v i c e s at • the A r c a d ia R e form e d Ciuirch. C o m m i s s i o n e r s . Assp-1 p o sts- a n d supervision, w e f e c l a t t m M g y g m “ »S jy g L » g ; G r o s s to g e r 's , F e b . 6-9. J i m L e n n o n e f e To fM J It ... 3B 2 5, 7. 8 . . . 10 6 B , SB . . . 3B . . . 4B . . . 6 B ' . . . 6 B . . . 7B p r e s e n ted a $100 check o n be h a l f o f h e r org a n izatio n to th e d e p a r tm e n t. T h e d o n a tio n will h e lp d e f ray th e cost o f th e f i r e - . m e n ’s m a r c h in g b a n d 5 d a r t n r r th e su m m e r parades. R e n e H illageer, new ly-elected p r e s id e n t of the W ayrie C o u n ty F ir e m e n ’s-A ssociation* w a s p r e ­ se n ted w ith a 25-year p i n a t th e a f f a i r . M a y o r E lzuon an d Tow n Supervisor G e o rge E . 1 Lookup spoke briefly 'a n d 1 w o r k - in k e e D i n ^ H r \ losses ^ a ' a former Newark stu d e n t was w o u n d ed in V ietn a m o n J a n . . 23 . If the refBpohse is o f s t S b , S n u m d u r in g the p a s t year, i w h e n th e tru c k in w h ich lie was rid in g struck a m ine, according stre n g th In t h e ju n io r high g y n i , f E d B e n d e r of Pcnfield,- presi- ! to word, r e c e iv e d 'h e r e t h i s week, t ' ! P r o g r a ir i' a m o v e m e n t - m a y b e i n in,g on th e sug g e s tio n th a t p d o l . p a r ti e s an d d a n c e s in th e -cafe­ te r i a be scheduled for th e te e n ­ ag e set. , In initiating -the ' Mimmniiil; \project of opening the juiiibr ;\ high school. gym for Saturday “afternoon, recreation, the school \hoard may iiave-takenrdhe^fifSt step in making school facilities ^accessible to Newark’s high . school studentsr-—— — d e n t o f th e -N o rthern C e n tr a l Volunteer* F ir e m e n ’s A ssociation, an d H a rold At'w-vi- o f Newark, presid e n t o f th \ Way n o C o u n ty C h iefs A.ssOCi,i.:ii)ii-, .w c ic ai:»o • introduced. - , roi«?is in th e library wore e n ­ tered w ith only tlie cash tak e n from th e cash draw e r. “ N o thing else w a s disturbed, he said. “T h e o t h e r b r e a k s fol­ low the sam e p a tt e r n as th e li­ b r a r y burglary:’’ s t S ^ e S S p W is keeping it to S S S hike was further evidence C H E C K S W I N D O W -— P a t r o l m a n Ja c k s o n B u r r # checks ..-broken .w indow a t pu b lic l i b r a r y w h e r e i n t r u d e r t o o k a p p r o x i- m a t e ly $ 5 0 fro m a c a s h 'd r a w e r o v e r F r i d a y n ig h t. . ■that all tlie-atorem e n t-ioned en- .J t r i e s w e r e co m m itted b y 'the sam e person, o r persons. • f k e Chiefs / zAssoc/a/fpffi Reelects Atw o o d H e a d H a r o ld Atwood- of N e w a rk w a t re-elected president of th e W a y n e C o u n ty Fire C h iefs’ As- !SQCiation a t th a t o n n u n l m e e tin g h e ld a t \C ity Hail. \ * Also elected w ere R o b e r t R e n ­ n e r of S a v a n n a h ,, vice p r e s i ­ d e n t; D o n a ld W iddourn o f E a s t (W illiam son, secretary , and C a r l­ to n H u e b e ler of Newark, tre a s ­ urer. . ■. . .... . . . . -■ . i WOOiiS, ____ M a ry, b o th e n liste d f o r service • TRQOP M E E T IN G i j u n e 1997 . she e n listed In. tite Boy scout Troop 138 will m e e t, WAVES and was recently dis- Monday at 7 .p.m. at the Park(fttfiarScd. Presbyterian Church. »- | The Leiinons formerly resided Pfo Ja m e s Edward Lennon. 18. so n of Mr. a n d 'M r s . E d w a rd ’ lau n c h e d by p a r e n ts to ' ertoahd,' 1 the re c r e a t i o n p r o g r a m to sw im - - nitng an d d a n c in g p r o g r a m s , at.. , the senior h ig h school. . ' ’ The y o u n g e r se t h a s to e use of the C o m m u n ity C e n ter oruSafe'*; u r d a y m o r n in g s and aftem o o jis ! ' 11 w ith special ev e n ts sch e d u led ,'liv ! ; th e evenirtes hv Alex FtiYh Lon tion of Yellow Mills T railer j P a rk, P a lm .'ra. -is rc c v r r i n g from hlirapnel wounds in a M a - , rlne hospital- in P h u B a i, n o r t h ­ ern tip ol South V ietnam . H r suffered shrapnel wounds on th e S h o u l d e r 'a h d ''right s t r # • in th e m ine explosion. The M a rine p r iv a te, in. a l e t t e r to his fam ily, said lie and his ■ u n it Amoved ou t e a r ly jam . 23 on a m ine sw e e p to clear a road, , T h e .truck su-ur.k„a m ine. O n e <b f . .L e n n o n 's buddies, w h o v/as w a lking b e h in d th e truck, was killed. - ^ Lepnon, a g r a d u a t e o f the Pal-\ m y ra-M a c e d o n C e n tr a l School, : h a d ' b e e n in V ietnam only tvtg j week s, H e and, h i s sister. Ja n e th e evening s by Alex EU g h , di­ recto r , o n e of th e ' a r g u m e n t 1 ] r a ised in th e discussion on whaJt i to offer the tee n a g e r s in t h e line ' ; o f re c r e a t i o n - w a s th a t the o ld e r ; s tu d e n ts d id , not freq u e n t t^ e 1 youth e e i i te r on S a tu r d a y s . ’ ' 1 I It's now up to -the te e n a g e r s \ ’ o n w liat th e y w a n t t o do S a t u r ­ d a y aftern o o n s . _ . '•' The co m m u n ity p r o j e c t c o u ld . po’sslbly expand to sp lash e s in. th e pool or the \ s w i m '’ o n th e d a n c e floor. ■ • - JAMES hENNON on V ie n n a S t . before m o v ing to the P a lm y r a area . BEC O M E S p<) rttlD A Y Mrs. N. la. B o y s t of 109 B u r n ­ h a m S t . w ill e e i e b r a t e her~ll b ir th d a y on F r i d a y F e b a

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