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Your Wont,Ad Is Easy ta Place Phone 331-1 COO Published Weekly—^ufascplpuon Rate $5-00 a Yo..r «n Ad vfiitce—-Single Copies 16 cents N E W A R K , N. Y., THURSDAY,. FEBR U A R Y 8, 1968 I©---- - Do You Dl» ! T .> ' ' ,it fan - ii-> §c».'P-;v': ■Tis true. , 11 .at the h a m - .iU’c had Us ow n IX ».i* rtid- .><;J ,u Tlie F a irville .. 1 for 25 c e n t s 'a jfeterf- \ j wat u. Austin of 208 F e ir - .\ve. n.i* 4 -copy p r in ted in hcnl f i a .io e , 4 -page tab lo id I (larried aihcrtisem c n ts from ■Tfflfdtairts - «* N tuaxk.., f i l i f t q n Lvoli.v Zurich, B u f f a - ' and F a irville Entered as second class mail matter at Newark. N, Y. 14SD3'. Poat O&ico T W O S E C T IO N S — 2 4 P A O E S I Spnng^ jf,. MM'l-UM H E A D FIREM E N —-N ewly-elected officers q f the \V ayne C o u n ty V o lunteer Firem e n 's .^ssnciatm n are (t t o m j l e l t V ^ ^ ley of Lyons, second vice president; ‘John V e rH o w o f Sodus, treasurer; R e n e H illa- £ g _ e r o i J jg w a r k ,, j j r e s i d e n t R i c h a r d L a t- tcn'borger of Urtiop HiJL secretary.^ A b s e n t ' is D a v id W o o d , O n tario, vice- president. , C o n tracts for two phases of ; I the, im p rovem e n t project at i the sewage treatm e n t plant on ! M urray St. was aw a rded to |.| , Phelps a n d Utica. Hrms by ac-~ tion of the village board [ T u e sday riighL Sullivan- E lectric Co. of Phelps _ tw a s awarded, flic. b i d fop, th e [electrical- w o rk » ! o f. $139,772. J M e y e rs-Laine Corp.. of U tica won the c o n tr a c t for the h e a t ­ ing. and. ventilating w o rk with- its low figure of $38,200. 1 littept I UE •n.um. -.a T a p e r w a s ed L , - a -Hbiidi/d by th e Rev. e “ R.f'f'hy editor o f ’ the Methodrst- Church, if we in te r - oreted 4 story on the. Pan-- imericai: ExT^ition correctly. [t whs ' . -i.lv rluc as to who oubliahtd the Mhloid. , Tiro North lVard resid e n ts hive or u ill celebrate th e i r gOth birthdays. , ART MATTHEWS o r 133 D e ll St qbsmcd ats b ir th d a y o n , Mast-ErsteD- O fegor.jQ t _W .: Pearl St Mil reach th e m ile­ stone oil Minday w h e n h is' l it t le Mends at the Lincoln School jilt probably bake him a cake )t sing bur. i happy b ir th d a y j^Viteitme ~uv;, _ “ P r e s t” h a s ten aVhoni crossing' g u a r d there for mar.v years, Matthews has been .a vo lu n ­ teer fireman for 55 years a s a member of the New Y o rk C e n ­ tal Hose Co. He is still a n ac- iite member and h a s th e dis- linition of hiving sold a rec-: Ord number of C h ristm a s tree s Jisl December. » * * 1. EDWARD StOANE, fo r m e r ­ ly of the Mewark Players, is still receiving cood reviews in >tihe F t. fcuderdaie press. He played.-the ftpie of Wayne cf M orse in th e political sat-ire, “M a c B ird!” .the critic wrote th a t “I. Edirard Sloanc was a s t a n d ; out as Way ne of M orse who is made io look and a c t a s - a quavering, senile ag itato r .” i A«ac i recent fire h e r e ffited lii.uw if firem e n , w e re OT f;c!r:rc. fires w ith disposal tacks instead of fird tru c k s . '■ There were two disposal Imcks at the scene. And th e y jost have to be the only ones b* the world with blue fla s h e r lifbts, Stan Albiccht a n d D ick horsen. operators of th e dis- $®ai trucks, are tw o o f the-1 active m em b ers in our limtepa'Tfnient. gWAT . business . Stan \and p ; clt be doing in “Gar- t<K)>ty> Well, w h a t in ■ou calt New York lm thr earbage is piled ' a:!' wavs, on sidewalks 6ton<* ♦f'n curbs'* it «.iv _jaui a t th e - 'r e c e n t Mcthodm ( luirrh and w e h a v e ' J a h 13. from th e p e r k m s scnooi m a u e « *•»•«*« »\ — . . . . to u r o f fire h e a d q u a r ters. The p ital during D e c e m b e r a s com - ; a b andoned, m M t. M o r r is on I firemen-* hanqnet a t th e F ir s t I the notes.tn prove it.- / , Kkufon, al- E r TV ';,rcrt ,,f )ibes a t th e ' g r replied to one: “Y o u ’ll ny m '69.\ “What Village officials approved bid proposals on tin recom m e n - •• dation of 'W illiam Cosulieh, j c o n sulting engineer fo r th e vil­ lage on th e sewage p l a n t , p r o j- , get. Tlie Sullivan a n d M e y e rs- jta i n e bids were the second set ] Of. p roposals su b m i tt e d ' f o r the jwork.. T lie first tim e th e -Sulli- | v a n firm , e n te r e d a bid it was i for $129,694. and the first Mey- ers-L a ine figure was $41,956. \ ' ' . J T h e o th e r conti a c ts a r e lield A n n u a l m e e tin g o f th e W o m e n ’s A u x iliary of th e N e w a rk- B a n c k e r G o n s tructiom of , M a n liasset w ith a bid of $1,225,- u x u i a r y F r e e o f Ic e It hns b e r n an icy w inter . and salty. ! W a y n e .-Community H o s p ital will be held T h u r s d a y , F e b . 15, a t ---------- --------- , . . ' 7:3ft p .m . 'a t . t i i e hospital, if w a s announced! toy (Mrs., G r a n t P u iver, T h e V illage of N e w a rk h a s re- > p r e s id e n t. j ceived a eheek in the am o u n t of M rs. H a rold B u sh of M a r io n ' $6,ODD f o r u r b a n renew a l plan -1 „.in „ , . , ning,. bringing the to tal f u n d s |wiil serv e a s ^ ^ a n m a n of, received to $80,000, according to j m e e ting. N e w officers will M a y o r M ilton Elzufon. | b e elected and rep o r ts p r e s e n ted I T h e m a y o r said tne m o n ies.; b y the 11311008 co m m ittee an d - w o u ld be used for sa l a ^ e s in the , tw i £ ch a ir m e n . F o r e ig n e x - . u r b a n renew a l p r o g r a m a n d : ^ , , ‘ . .. o th e r expenses. .ch a n g e stu d e n ts in th e N e w a r k ( T h e U r b a n R e n e w a l A g e n c y a r e a will be p r e s e n t, I h a s requested th e board to e s - 1 ' A p p o intm e n t of M rs. S a n d y ; tab lish a housing au th o r ity in | g o e r m a n as new co - c h a ir m a n o f ! ch“t e » 000 for general constru c tio n an d L a g a n a Plum b ing o f . N e w a rk w ith a eici o f $14,985 i f o f . t h e plum b ing work, Every t h in g is ’all se t to go t n th e pro ject w h ich is scheduled’: ‘for com p letion in A u g u s t 19,69, according to C o suiich. W ork is M A S O N IC L E A D E R S — N e w a rk M asonic Lodge installed D a v e Sm ith ( front l e f t ) as new m a ster at cerem o n ie s held in M asonic H a ll. R o b e rt P u tnam (fro n t rig h t) is outgoing m a s ­ ter. Back from left are C h a rles W. Burgess, past district d e p ­ uty, and G e o rge C h a p m a n , past grand lodge Representative. E x - V incent L u k a s , su p e r in ten d e n t of public- w o rks, disclosed- at* T u e s d a y n ig h t's v illag e hoard.^ m e e ting th a t h is'd e p a r t r h e n t h a s a lr e a d y gone $3,400 o v e r the sa l t budget. — -jiL ’•It’s been’ an icy \y in f tr SO f a n ” said L u k a s i n brm g iiijfjthe •• b o a r d u p to d a te oii how WMieh ' it h a s cost the v illage to .k e e p * local s t r e e t s free of ice 'a n d ■ snow . • , ' • —lm k a s sa id—he ( h a d -fand g ^ g d r S : , $3,000 fo r sa lt and so f a r it h a s cost $6,398. -H e sa id the high*— w a y d e p a r t m e n t Has u s e d . 750 tons of salt a t $8.40 a -ton. T h e sa j t,.is,p u i - c h a s e d I h i e i - . L n a tional Salt M ines in R e tso f . L u k a s pointed o u t t h a t the fig­ ure does not re f l e c t tra n s p o r ta ­ tion co s ts o r - p e r s o n a l servicd,. Tlie village p r e s e n t l y h a s a s t o c k !; pile of sa l t in th e G r a c e A v e . . b a r n an d it should la s t through 'a “ c o u p le s t o r m s ,” accordtagC to - j L u k a s w h o -hopes it w o n 'i toe -necessary lq dig into the\ big, 'p i l e . - T sch e d u led - to start, th i s m o n th. T h e public w o rks superin- | tendent pointed o n t th a t w in ter ; is fa r 'from over and a s f a r as j the snovv-’rem o v a l p h a s e of the j-s e a s o n - i s c o n c e r n e d th o v illag e One of th e six m issionaries of th e C h r is tian an d Nhssionary is “ d o ing okay w ith Qur la b o r ty, like the U r b a n R e n e w a l! s i ° n w a s fe a d e a t th is w e e k 's Ag _ , thority o f the village board:. T h e j h o s p i t a l . M iss' M a r g u e r ite S h a f t -1 C h e s ter A. V a n D u sen, pub- A g e n cy, cannot a c t w ithout au-1 m e e ting of th e A u x iliary a t the lis h e r of th e Pennygavef u n til '' ' \ ' ' [h i s ' ................. •' iff m o tio n fo r th e - e s tab lish n ig n t {“ T h T o ^ n f * sno m ' a h o s p h a l in C lem ? .a 1 of a housing authority. P o lice Chief ..Donald B row n ask e d th e board for a resolution ■ s e n ted funds m a d e from the G i f t : an d ^ Van D u s e n m a d e to cover- the legality of stop j g h 0 p. b o a r d m o v e d to set the w h e e ls ' n e r ; treaS u r e r , p r e s e n ted a te r <iay 'tnornirig (F e h 7, u q f i th ^ o r f ih H s h m p n i. , . 1 m a hosp ital In C learw a t^ - , check m the a m o u n t o f $2,500 to l F l a > a f t e r -a ;shorj in p e 's s .' He th e ’a u x iliary . T h e 'c h e c k re p r e - tw a s 73 convention. He wa s the’ g u e s t of the Rev. and M rs. W illiam Moon fur four days. The m issio n a r ies w e r e sta ­ tio n e d a t th e L e p r o s a r iu m at ; B a n Me T h o u t in the c e n t r a l , I h ighlands. T h e L e p r o s a r iu m ] j c a r e d for 200 bed p a t i e n t s 'a n d : 3,000 out-patients. . . • .. j W hen 'th e la t e H e n r y H y m a n j T h e resig n a tio n o f a fo u r th - left his hom e on ColtShT’Ave. to | • t h ^ X t e T ^ i d e n ^ r n o r i d a ***** * the ^ o o ln \me local church fo r a parson- : : t h e i r w inter residence m I loria.i _ . .lr.PPntPrt h v ... th n - a i - r he did so w ith the thouaht AM ianrc '-wlro w m - k i l l c t l ‘h j ’T h e V iet'C o n g w a s a N e w a rk visitor J budget in good shapfcfn tw o --yetti:.s ago, . , . .”! , T h e R e v . E d w a r d T h o m p s o n , w a s ' h e r e tw o y e a r s a g o a s « tea tu r e d s p e a k e r a t th e n i t e s i o n a r y jfi \W in ter is n o t »over y e t,” he ^em p h a s ized. “ O u r slfeeTs are^ • c lean rig h t now .” signs erected . at.'W . M iller-P e n '- ■ I t w a s diSCioseci th a t 16 pa- an d m a i n t a i n e d 'a . s u m m e r hom e X ™ Ave M e i^eC tions6T h e tien ts used 52 p in ts of blood B luff R o a d in W o lcott. S h e r m a n Ave. m tersecuons. rn e . M r. V a n D u s e n w a s b o r n in req u e s t w a s approved. _ . D e c e m b e r . T b e b lo o d - b a n k re- P a ln ted Posti Aug 34 , 1895 the p o r t also noted th a t 275 resi- son 0f R,a h e n a n d L u c inda M ills ] H e n r y O. B u tton of S c h o o l w a s accep te d \ b y - \ t h e j:.age he d id so w ith th e thoug h t B o a rd o f Education a t T u e s d a y , th a t m issionaries -from all o v e r : om n . jgg» “ <*» “ “ di r in r! i r n,a-b 0 '““ a,\ea;wI4 _______ - ^ i - 2 s i - . den ts signed up foi r - t h e F e b. . 1 Va ail n Du ui sen.. He came e to N e w a rk [resigned as of J a n 31 to ente t I s a id ^ the. a ” d ^ * ‘ H«ian in 1966. according to Jo- ,the a r e a one rao re b l a s t th e -.-,,.. v ll- j. T h e - R e t s o f ^ a l t ; h o w e v e r , has— also caused a fu n by m o torists , td c a r w a s h estab lish m e n ts on I j the e a s te r n and w e s tern ap­ p r o a c h e s to th e village on .Union St., S t r e e t s Ipak a s if-fhey h a v e deen d a b b e d w ith a cd a t of w h itew a s h , b u t th is is te r th a n having a, c o S 'tih 'g D t'K f ^ on the s t r e e t su r f a c e s . W inter is still in pu r m id s t even if the ice sk a tin g rin k a t tite C o m m u n ity C e n ter lia s n o t been in use of la t e b e c a u s e o t w e a th e r conditions. : If K in g W inter d e c id e s tp -give A s s is tan t F ir e Chief H a rold G lerum , ap p e a r ing as, a com m it. rue m ts up iu ■ m e n o i v u c u .. n c ta m , u m o w r. -v. ™ — ----- * - — ----- j i i , . * . 111 iovu, ,avv.w!wiif, iu au- 1 4 tee of one for tlie F]ure i ^ e P^,r„ ! b tood p r o j e c t w ith 235 p r o c e s s e d 'i n 1.936 w h e n he p u r c h a s e d th e th e A rm e d Services. A f o u r t h ; ? V ietnam i n isejSh Bona{{'cl£’' m a n a g e r of the : o f .{ p b , _d sn o w . -------- ------- ----------- grade teacher, B u tto n w a s m fs m n t m issions m V ietnam i n , N e w a rk offit.e of thp. s t a t e o sa l t, sand an d a, new sn o w h is second y e a r as a m em b e r o f ! alj^ s ^ e la r g e s t force | pj0y m e n j gprVice I b low ei ju s t p u f f i n g - to get -into th e N e w a rk faculty. He wiU a t- 1 of m isbionaines n u m b e r in g 125., B^onefecip said a seasonal lo w ! a c llo n ' tend,-O fficers’ C a n d idate School, j J h e r e j . r e ^0 ch u r c h e s m Saigon, W£js rcactlPd ln April of 1967; “ W e T e re a d y ,” said L u k a s , m e n t, m a d e a plea for new pa- an d 19(j pm tsr-pf blood c o ll e c t e d : N e w a rk P e n n y s a i e r a n d biiilt it ra d e uniform s for volim teer fire- a t ^ a r k ’s E p iscopal C h u r c h ., u p to one o f tire la r g e s t i n th is f e n ’ K£ r? ™ ,reiL ^ d e lT o u tU 3 0 ! M iss F lorence Boyde w a s ^ p a r t of th p state. ’ l / a r\S advlsed t a t • n a m ,:ti a s co - c h a ir m a n of they H e w as a m e m b e r o f th e New- y e a r s agH H e j r a s a d v t s ^ t f t a t w igjam s o n -P u itneyvU le Tw ig of a r k Elks Lodge. N e w a rk Lions die ^ t h u d e e t ^ m r n e x t y e a r w h ich M rs. M a lcolm C h a r les is'C l u b an d th e N a tional A ssacia- thl neT. 6 ^ g ‘ c h a ir m a n . itio n of A d v e rtising P u b lishers. T h e b o a r d authorized th e in- Llul“ “ ut • ,1 c.„rvivino. hi° TOirinOT sta lla tio n of a street; light a t the M iss M a ry G r a n g e r announced nvo .intersection of M u rray S t. and a t the m e e ting th a t th e can c e r ble _ L e o n a r o ^ y a n ^ D m e m ^ two C o u n try Club R o a d n e a r the G e n e r a l D y n a m ics plant. Alarms During Month dressin g unit is d isbanding offi­ cia lly since it h a s receiv e d no calls fo r b a n d a g e s sin c e Ju ly 1966. __________________ M rs. C o rnelius 1 c h k ir m a n o f the H o s p ital B a ll, 31!? nephew s, th a t M rs. O s c a r-A n -1 F u n e r a l a r r a n g e m e n t s .are in the m o n thly re p o r t filed w ith th e t m a n n e x t y e a r w i t y M r s ._ J a m e s ^ sons, H a r o ld-of N e w a r k a n d Dr, L e o n a rd V a n D u sen o f -Sodus; tw o b r o thers, Jo h n o t O regon a n d F r e d o f O a k land, Galif.; ^ four\ grandsons; se v e r a l rupees t' village b o a r d toy Chief M artin, H y lkem a . E lev e n of the a la r m s w e re in the village and two in the Town F l a n a g a n a s c o - c h a ir m a n . She Stolen Car Found Abandoned in Mt. Morris' I b Pa are -V0U going ■\jun on. mayor?” asked karh n iarrcil as the tanWi -r ba(k an d fortH ’ Truste<> Dr, Edward w \\(1 to drop a liandful of “aslit8 potatoes. U? t * l& 7 arr‘ lrri' b tfd to:. K a r e n ,1r'c! ^ ,llu'y Bloomer- of L . , . - second tb'c‘p,’r:l{ihs. School afor nai-.k - y - 1 10tes in ap p r e - 'fontjiiurd on r a g e 12 ) Will h a v e a re p o r t on t h e F e b . 3 so c ial ev e n t re a d y fo r th e n e x t m e e ting. M rs. Sophie Z iegler, ^ThpTeciort'also* n o t- h o s p ital a d m i n i s t r a t o r ,- congra- e d ^ h l t th e ^ T o 5 p u m p e r w a s ■ tu lated the a u x iliary on the ball a . c a r ow n e d by E u g e n e A. sent to P e n n Y a n a loan on held a t the E lk s LOdge. | Schiltz, 229 W. M i l l * St.,\ WaS J a h 13 Tw e n ty-eight- pupils A to tal pf 227 volunteersi gave stolen f r o m in fro n t o f the resi- fm tn t h e 'P e r k i n s School m a d e a 3.493 hours of service a t the ho s- dence la s t S a tu r d a y and fo u n d H i H i l 1 TT n n A v n h a x r, n H o n r fr tr iorl Iti rWTf M n r r i s \rvTI a id division rep o rted six : p a r e d w ith the 4.102 h o u r s g i v e n , M o n d a y , according to police calis fo r equipm e n t and one fo r ; by 231 m e m b e r s in D e c e m b e r T h e 1962 c a r w a s ta k e n be- an autom o b ile accident. 1’1 9 6 6 . ______________________ k w e e n 8:30 a .m . a n d 10 a . m. T h a n k s t o R e d C r o s s f o r To Hod If Btr'tw. ’’ 3B ■Oliirci.f, ...................... Bea:i„ 8> 10 Duiir- ' 6 i- i pSf 0 - 1 le i t c r s t is ^ s s y s n * x - S v « d ” S a M a rine „ « .c c n » X J S l - 1st1 L ? 'W illiam EtoerhaVdtt, Jr.. folks are real proud o f you, as isSh: M t S ^ w r o t e .to D a v e, t o ' l know I would be ,f y o ^ w e r e th ? Red < > 0 s f'glfi hfcPr c m v e d i ^ T h e ^ M a r i n c officer said he tp d Red Cross gtfi h e re c e iv e u . ^ bp bapk w ith h js Wife k e M a r im ' is th e executive an d fam ily s o o n .and w o u ld like T h e M a rine is u m : t0 h e a r from Da've if he could hovdtzer baU e ry, S t a t i o n e d in W a s p a re m o m e n t fro m K h e Sahn, about V/2 m iles from , school. ^ th e DMZ and orfp ha’f . P fC p a ul K, D u rkin, a form e r from th e Laos f senior high t r o n u s T e t t e f ^ - h o o i faculty, w rote to th e Rev, iiinc P^Ctnrv -Editrir!., j, Marinii Sports nti I AcL . . , . 9B 5B 36 , 4B, 5B . SB, 9B 9B 11B could tell th e exact location of th e M a rine unit. . “ All th e m en in my b a tte r y received packages from th e W ayne C o u n ty C h a p ter o f th e B e d Cross/*’ w rote E b e r h a r d tt, “amd J know all of Them are w r itin g to th a n k th e people w h o se n t th e m . C h r is tm a s is really a H a r d tim e to be aw a y from J o h n Lew ien. p a s t o r of th e F i r s t M e thodist C h u fch, thank* in g h im fo r tlie servicem a n ’s p r a y e r book an d letter. D u rkjn singled o u t th e pass* age ab o u t g e ttin g along w ith o th e r s : “C reate w i t h in us a n in­ te r e s t in oth e r s , th e ab ility to g e t along—to see all .m en a s ob­ je c t s o f t h y love an d so ours.” .D u rkin -wrote th a t a b tim e s m a n y soldiers, specifically ser­ geants, seem very d if f ic u lt to get along w ith an d to u n d e r ­ stand, “However,! When I rem e m b e r th a t th e y , a r e h u m a n s created by God, th e situ a t i o n tak e s o n a new lig h t,\ ho w rote, D u rkim m e n t i o n e d . t h e chapel _ m o r n in g a t th e com p o u n d and th e B ibie stu d y class a f te r chapel, a hyrrtn-sing a n d .g g w i e in the' evening. “I fin d These a c t i v it i e s are refresh in g ” sp ir itu a l v itam in s ’ w h ich m a k e life m u c h sm o o th­ e r , ” he w rote. D u rkin’S o u tf it, th e 8 th Bn., -56th A r tillery H e a d q u a r ters, is located a b o u t five m iles jso u th - w e s t of B ien H o a . H e w o rks in th e a d m in istrativ e perso n n e l section a s a clerk - ty p ist. ■■ B u tton, w h o coached th e jayvee.! he said, witli em p loym ent rising steadily : soccer/ team last fall, once j S ix years ago th e L e p r o s a r i- through O c tober In D e c e m b e r ' And so arc/ th e ta u g h t a t a n overseas m i l i t a r y , u m w a s raid e d by the V iet Cong em p loym e n t starte d ijjs n o r m a l 1 w *th iee sk a tes, sleds, to b o g g a n s school in G e rm a n y . P h ilip T o n e r was g r a n ted A th r e e y e a r p r o b a tio n a r y -ap­ p o in tm e n t to replace B u tton. P a u l D. Caccam ise, h igh school m a t h and chem istry effective Feb. .1, 1968. T h e h o a r d rep o r ted that\? th e \ S a tu r d a y ' afte r n o o n recreatio n activities in th e ju n io r high school gym w a s weEt toeeived w ith 40 boys tu r n in g o u t for basketball gam e s. M e rle H e r r ington, a s s i s t a n t su p e r in teim d e r it Of schools, w a s au th o r ized by th e board to p r e ­ p a r e specifications an d receive ] With the m issionary d o c to r a n d ; s e a s o n a l decline! but it show ed f a a d sk h s . two assistan ts tak e n as captrves. ’ a n incrCa.s( of 300 over the Sno-inobile a d d icts are No word has e v e r b e e n h e a r d jje r . e m p ioyed in D e c e m b e r 196G, | re a d y - f o r m o r e snow , fro m them . ^ , a c c o rding to Bontofede. “ We a r e proud t o be a p a r t o f 1 T h e m o n th of A u g u st revealed a society d e d icated to b r in g the the g r e a t e s t activity by inanu- j G o spel of C h r is t to the w o rld a t facto r in g and nom m a n u factur- any Gost,’5! s a i d th e R e v . M oon, ( in g w h e n th e p e a k of em p loy-} alEw i m e n t w a s reach e d , , ^ . 1 T h e c u r r e n t 'l e v e l of em p loy- f-ment- 4s—expected - t o - cc-m ain.-ai the c u r r e n t level for the n e x t two to th r e e m o n ths a t which tim e it will begin an upw a r d sw ing in to ta l em p loym e n t, not­ ed B o n a fe$e. jo b le s s claim a n ts 99th Bidhday Feb. 2 M iss G e r t r u d e Sj,an s e H of 202 P r o s p e c t St. c e leb r a ted h e r 99th b irthday on F e b . 2. A n a tive of P h e lp s , M iss S tan- tfle ,P a s t1 totafed as ,-oii W I on, h L ^ . . o i rinrr,,- a g a in s t 1.258 th e previous w e ek. T h e B o a r d of E d u c a tio n h a s ' l seli had been, e m p lo y e d - a t tn I 1 “ L’ ui * « » --------------- , , „ t. , m e r c iai E n te r p r ise s for 50 y e a r s , i e* ^ s , pd ap n p c a a f / j a p p r o v e d a n educational- field bids fo r th e purchase o f three until her re ti r e m e n t in 1938. She teie s teq appnean i. . in, t t A lbany fo r a group o f - 1, still W good health. W M l , t e w > * » « * » * engage in co n v e r s a tions on p r a c - i m a e o p e n in g s ex,sl m r sipnog stu d e n ts. voters a t the a n n u a l d istrict jticaU y an y su b ject w ith frien d s p g P ^ i a i r i c “aM e s ,S'p a c k e r s \ artei ‘ ,'1> e n ty stu d e n ts, a l l 60-passenger school buses, s u b ­ je c t to th e approval o f the* meeting. who call a t h e r hom e. C L O S E F R I E N D S — P r e s t o i l G r e g o r o f 131 W . P e a r l St. a n d “ L a d d i e \ h a v e b e e n frie n d s f o r t h e p a s t 16 - y e a r s in th e ’ U n - co ln S c h o o l se c to r . T h e school c r o s s i n ^ g u a r d w ill b e 8 0 op F e b , 12 a n d “ L a d d i e \ , o w n e d b y K e n P e c k , ju s t t u r n e d 16. electrical assem b lers In tere s ted persons a r e asked to re p o r t to the em p lo y m e n t of­ fice a t 151 N, M ain St. betw e e n 8:30 a.m . and 12 noon and 1 to 5 p.m . Health O fficer: Sets Immtiiib Clinics in Schools p l a n to m a k e a 2-day field tr i p to A lbany w h e r e they will a t t e n d sessio n s of t h e S t a te L e g i s l a t u r e - , I Tw o te a c h e r s Will a c c o m p a n y th e c la s s in a school bus. T h e b o a r d took no positio n in | the p r o p o s e d p lan s o f IS s t u ­ d e n ts w h o a r e interested.1 ing an E a s t e r tr i p to L o n d o n 1ft ■ | A p ril u n d e r the su p e r v lsio ii of a would enp lan e from - N e w Y o r k C ity on A p ril 10 and re t u r n to * th is co u n tr y A p ril 2-5-. IT w a s D r. V U a in c s Palni.i'i'i. V illage I p,7 rded ou th a t th e stu d e n ts J h e a lth officer., has inform e d the I , b ° YS and ,18 g u l s l w o u ld v illa g e . b o a rd th a t im m u n ization i th i e e school d a y s . Climes will be held ln the local .T u e m b e r s said th e y schools late Tn M'arcii a n d A p ril. TrouIdn t , t ? k e ®. Posxtioiv o n th e ‘He a ls o |r e p o r t e d onl5thc' s m a ll L o n d o n tWP. b u t hoped th a t t h e sm o k e fira in the in c in e r a to r a t the N e w a rk-W a y n e C o m m u n ity H o s p ital w h e re he w a s a t th e scene. Dr. P a l m e r i said the in­ cident o c c u r r e d .while the m e a ls w e re being p r e p a r e d bu t empha.- sized th a t no d a m a g e w a s done to the food. T h e ’ ^ o a r d com m e n d e d Dr. P a lm e ri* for being a t the* scene an d also the firem e n who w e r e a t thq hospital from 1:04 to 7 ISO. p .m . to c o r r e c t the sm o k e sit­ u a tio n to th e - 4 a c in e r a to r - - T h e b o a r d appointed D r . E l ­ m e r D u B o is, a fo r m e r h e a lth of­ fice r , a s actin g h e a lth o f f icer d u r ing the period of F e b . 24- M ar.ch 11 w h e n D r. P a l m e r i will be o u t of tow n . stu d e n ts w o u ld h a v e a “ m o s t f | enjoyable tr i p . ” ■ ' Radio Station Affiliate Sf*. With ABC Network ^ W A C K ,‘local ra d io statio n , h a s 1 jlffiliafed w ittj th e ABC n e tw o r k [ effectiv e im f h e d iately ,* accoY d i ' l ing to J . Bud . S o v a , g e n e r a l I m a n a g e r . ------- -. I •Sbva said his statio n WiH now ,! -toe ab le- to - o f f e r its-1 re c t , on-the-spot new s c o v e r a g e | from all o v e r th e w o rld. W A C K n e w s c a s ts w ill b e h e a r d a t fiv e b e f o re the hour except a t 12 \ noon arid headlines a t 2 5 |) a s t th e ho u r . ‘ “

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