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I f | Newark,N.Y. Courier-Gazette Thursday^ July 11, 1968 AppOii'./ inut]. ol M a m Cooke .and Ken. Hi bar as m e m ­ bers of tlie B o a rd of D irectors of S a r a h U u v e n t.y. Inc., -were announced th is week by R e x Wood, p r e s i d e n t .1 , Cooke,, a vice * p resident, is cu r r e n tly in charue of all for-! eign -operrtfilons iwi the p a r e n t com p a n y . R o b a r is a., lelativ m j’ new addition t o ' t h e N e w a rk firm s, w ith n wide background of accounting, ah d fin a n e e ,r - s ' C W S 'u n r t , m.m.-.ying d l r e t ,! to r o f S a h i h , C o v e n try Ltd..i ••U n ited \ K ii n g d :’i l a L < o n n - n o t ir c e d th e afp. intuu id of. R o b .ir ahd Exccui.v.i Vice P r e s - , ident A! W infrey to th e U .K a, B o a r d - W infrey K _ a lready i m e m b e r - of; th e B o a r d ; in Car: -. a d a ah d th e U n ited S tates. His -first qfliei d act as a hew board m e m b e r Wdl be to hold a press p a r ty in Lundoii today T h is will- be th e first m a jo r p u b ­ licity event for th e U n ited K ingdom , operation. IC E CREAM SOCIAL “I.ike water pollution and air pollution, we don't want it but \mr technology keeps turning it out \ ^ _ ■ ‘ , s L-derlnros tlie r y newscas -1 ter: the \ i f ’ in his sentence j :retcrs, of course., to ‘‘sound pol­ lution'' or excessive nbiSe. And as though to underscore the ! point,, his appearance on the 1 screen is followed by the sudden surprise 'bellow of a pitchman plugging th e sta tio n ’s ‘‘co m in g 1 e v e n ts.” ' aided b y sc r e a m in g I sound effects, crash in g m u s i c , ’ I y e lping voices,, and psychedelic S a c red H e a r t Mission, Society ■ v isuhl p a tte r n s . -of St. M ichael’.' ,C h u r c h w ill] M a y b e it’s an old ptory by- bold its annual icc- cream social now-'the story in the school au idtorium . , gl-e fo r h e a lth a n d sanfty^tffi-- - --------- — - ! d e m i t by his passion for gad- j C lassified W a n t Ads B ring R e - getry. RaueoU s e 1 e c t r o su its. . sounds' m a k e exciting sales pitches, w h ich g e n e r a te h ig h e r turnover, w h ic h produce m o re prosperity., w h ich req u ir e s still m o re violent sounds to produce s t i l l .m o re pro s p e r ity . S im ilarly, w h e th e r in m a n u ­ factu r in g , construction o r tra n s ­ portation. m a x im u m ach iev e ­ m e n t often se e m s to m e a n m a x ­ im u m noise. O r ^ i s one psychol­ ogist ironically sum m e d it. up. \H a p p in e s s is sek-m U icted -mi­ grain e . ■ . . M e a n w h ile sp e c ialists, p sychologists ad n effiency ex­ p e r t s keep noticing the side ef- 'fects. S teady supersound, they w a r n , can cause ‘'h e a r in g ' dairi- lygh blood p r e s s u r e , indi­ gestion^ «• f a tig u e , and in c r e a s e d National Medical Group Re-plecis Newark Doctor T h e N a tional .P o s tal F o r u m w i l l , be h e ld in W a s h ington. r> C f ’artim r Jutv 24. i t w n s > a n ­ nounced by P o d m a s te r F r a n c is Leahy. 1 Several ineuifcirr. of th e W ayne Comity M a il U s e rS Council pl.,i: to- r.ttond. tlie for • u-m. . C lassified ^W ant Ads B ring Re­ sults. accidents due to d i s t r a c t io n ..E v ­ erybody aitrep.y, while things g e t nuisicr.i -LuoniliiB iii- the n e a r distance a r e th e sonic book an d a fu r t h e r eresc e n d o elec­ tronic m e r c h a n d isin g . B u t th e p ictu r e isn’t alto g e th ­ e r b leak . N o is e control _ p r o ­ g r a m s exist in a num b e r of. c i t ­ ies,. and so m e hjoye m a d e a little h e a d w a y . W h a t we can all do is to te l l c-pngressm a n F r a n k H o rton to g e t behind -.one of The 'm a n y fe d e r a l control bills now languishing for lack of t a c tiv e support. . . Thp special gifts division Qf ‘ . the $1 ’ m illam .second . c e n tury ‘building fund of th e - Clifto.n , Springs H o spital and Clinic held . 'its kickoff m eeting, W ednesday 1 i e v e n ing m tiie hosp ital's dining ro a m .' .E . KCnneth H a r ter, g e n e r a l ’ “ c h a i r m a n df tlie cam p aign-, p r e : v sided with, over 60 . m e n a n d w o m e n in altendanfce. C a m p a ign resu lts to d a te , so - - ’; llieitatio n plan s an d the u r g e n t \ ., n e e d fo r new, facilities w e re dis- ~ c u s s e d . Pledge c a r d s .for 700 •• '■prospects w ithin the ho s p ital’s .1 im m e d iate service a r e ’a^ were, , ,als,j distributed, i ' C-onuryttee c h a ir m a n include -M r. an d M rs. John L. Brow n of ' Chf-tjn S w in g s , Jo h n II, .'Davis | of M a n c h e s ter,. M r. an d M rs. ,'j Jo h n S. R ichardson uf P h e lps; an d M rs. R. Leslie H y i^bcrt a n d \ G e o rge B. M e G u rk ot Shorts- vilie. . . T h e d r iv e thus far- h a s real- u u d j.usi over $700,000 tow a rd its . m illion goal. The special gifts division has accepted a- quota I Of $75,000. | ELKS CONVENTION , | Mr. a n d M rs- U p w a rd H, \Bui’- ' . gess of P o r t G ibson will leave y( Ju ly i4 fo r th e Elks N a tional C o n v e n tion in New Y o rk City. B u r g e s s is exalted ru ler :of th e N e w a rk Lodge.’ T h is is th e cen­ ten n ia l convention of th e fin ­ te r n a l order. . .1 *-L y \ i r i R0TA$IANS W IN —- t i j e Newark Rotary Clob defeated the Newark Lions Club, 25 to 21 , in donor-recmitment ^contest in. recent blood program. Duane McCue, Gliim Slell and Roger DeMeyers (from . left) of the Lions were surprised with gift from the winners (Bob, Goodman :and Tom Morrison of Lions) in bit of by-, play. In lower p h o to “Red” Sawyer' of the Lions presents “sandwich” to Goodman. Jumbo, cultivated New jersey \Tru-Blu 15 Motorists m F.f'i-en m o torists answ e red various t r a f f i c law charges in vil- >*• -if :n the past week. All ap p e a r e d 'before Village Ju s tic e I:, rr> \V Biddle. J-rr-id E Collins. 37; o f 428 Eas.t Ave., received a n u n c o n d i- : .i rgf. f o r in s u f f icien t i.-'!.*' n h.s car. N I> Hi’rh.mek, 40, W a l- H- I’..hr, -ra, w a s fined .: :'.li- ■ d charge of not W • ' rc k e r on plate. I. Bu’.lofk. 21-, of 87 Ljons, p a id a , ....... fine. N .Ft P. 1-.: th e public schools l o r n e x t y e a r -have been ad o p ted tjy tlie B o a r d of \ E d u c a tion of ^ N ew ark C e n tra l School D istrict No. 1. E lem e n tary pupils will p a y 25 cents, th e ju n io r s a n d seniqr h ig h school stu d e n ts 35 cen ts | a n d faeu llty meii.l> ;s 50 cents ! T h e board also m o v ed th a t 1 t h e d i s t r ic t provide bus tra n s - • p o r t a t i o n for t h e G . d Bcput D a y (C a m p P r o g r a m th i s sum m e r. , T h e m o tion jpas su b ject to th e j a v a ilab ility of bus d r iv e r s for th e Ju ly 22-Aug. 2 c a m p period. I T h e organizing g r o u p will p a y was, h e ld ' a m in im u m o f $15\ a day for recently with 300 in a t t e n d a n c e .’ e a c b b u s d r iv e r aiid $5 p e r day k ‘0 of 89 s m i t h w ith 300 in a ttex dance. fo r busf o p e r a tion a n d th e pro- u io L S25 ^ i n e M rs. A r t h u r Her? o f R o c h e s - , m ium for an y ad d itio n a l insur- - urii.censed o p e r - t e i ^ cq - c h a ir m a u of Volunteers j a n c e: l a t th e M o n roe C.ounty -A.RXL f;LUiakx_NL_-Ql_122 lEx- ■' U.-iieva, &as fixxed- l- <'■■■ L i- H. Poyingtpn, 59, ib . 1, was find $10 On - -i t itiifact-ion. T h e recognition b a n q u e t hon I tvaaldorf, 50, of 138. oring th e v o lu n teers a t th e Av~ . w n v f i n e d '^ t O T ti i f tv New a tfe ^Ita te ''\ 1J infraction. F S , n ford, 25, R o u te merrtber of th e B o a r d of D iree paid a $20 tors, c h a i r m a n of th® ‘R a y ipi-d.' _- i.-.,- ' ' Training. P r o g r a m . _a p d - '’a u l h b r Br.ui m G.-reVtt 23 of 116 ‘ o f a novel p u b lish e d in R e d ■-bv p- 1-,,1-fnjtcd $5 ’bail R t Book a b o u t h e r ic t a r d e d d a u g h - 1 rear v.tw m irror on ter- Evf'- was ^ g u e s t sPSak 6 r - : , D r. F r a n k R . H e n n e V director, 3' r- • > j R - p c r t lg o f ' welcomed- -the guests:. T h e Rev. i .■. -*.rt,.r“ ‘Ro8d L a rgo E - C h a r le s B a u e r, R o m a n C a th - pmKiiii; n x ; fntfeiteT T T o load : olic ! . I\ • ci.ntf charge. ■ tion and\ th e Rgv. P r e s c o t t L.- 3 ' t Mark. 17, of 22 K a t - h - ! T a u n d r ia, P r o t e s t a n t ch a p lain , A.. I’t.f u s , p a id n - ff>n th e . b e n e d ictio n .. M rs. Jo h n ID -1 P^-Dir p.- :ne. Yan, p a id a $25 / ' f t H BUmptis, 56, of 507 4 PRd a $10 fin e fo r a violation.. bnhulance Fund Tops H,048 in Arcadia ^ Twvn. of A rcadia A m b u - ar _ ;>r,e - '■ G ifford d f N e w a rk p r o v id e d th e - L Keenan, 59, P h e lps m u s ic d u r in g th e dixTtSR, ’ iw.'-d SH) on li charge Q u e s ts in c lu d e d D r. Ja m e s • yi-.-ld rig h t of w a y . . M u rphy, - assistant- co m m f e s io n - T Ms c r u d e r ' 37 C h a u c l e r ‘ D e p a r t m e n t o f M e n tal H y - • s..u'’ii H a d lev M ass Siene, A lbany: Mr. and M rs - mo for p a s s in g a re d .^ Y m o p d M p th. M rs. W illiam N o o n a n a n d M rs. F r a n k H e n n e , F Malcolm. -20, C r e s c e n t ! N e w a rk; M r K a r l D . W a rner, R o c h e s ter; M r . an d M rs. Ed­ w a r d Colm ey of C a n a n d a ig u a ; M r s . G e r t r u d e B r o w n , S u p e r- viscm °f V o lunteers a t W iilard S t a t e H o s p ital. c Also p r e s e n t w e e r D r . E d w a rd: p . Stevenson, a s s i s t a n t director,\ M rs. F r a n c e s , G r e e n , chief su ­ p e r v isin g n u r s e r M r s . E le a n o r H a r t , a c t i n g su p e r v i s o r of ^0’ci,al w o r k ; W illiam V e r b r id g e , h e a d re c r e a t i o n su p e r v iso r ; C h e s ter F e l is, su p e r v iso r of o c c u p a tion­ a l th e r a p y ; J o h n . T h o m a s , di­ re c t o r o f ed u c a tion; arid B r u c e M a y ; - s e n ior p e r s o n n e l adm iriis- trd t o r t ; t ' ' ' ’ ’ , M rs. P e a r l p e e r s , , s u p e r v iso r of vo lu n teers, p f a ise p t h e volun­ te e r s for th e i r v a r i e t y of com ­ m e n d a b le se r v ic e s to. the re s i ­ d e n t s a n d a w a r d e d pins and b a r s to th e m . M rs. C o ra D iehl o f R o c h e s ter w a s a w a r d e d a 25Q0-ho’Ur:i pin- 'and, M r s , R n th C r a ig of R o c h e s te r -a 1500-hour pin. Volunteers receffipjp'tfflW * ; h o u r b a r s included Mrs. D o ro­ thy SoVa, M iss D o ris C relliu, ’ Wnf-irk t i . 5 T 'T' Neivarfc; .M r s , Lilliaxi D e ltor- !* h L t i o n e r y S tore . g a u x , C lifton S p r in g s ; M rs. N e l­ lie ..C a ttanach, M a c e d p ri; M rs. M a r ie C a n n e , Pffepfcs, an d .M rs- A r th u r N a s h o f P a j m y r a . 500- h o u r p in s , w e r e aw a rdfkfeta w a r - rerj 'Meajcer, P a l m y r a ; F r e d S a n ford, M rs. Josephine • R u s- E. Lookup. >nce Fun .1 has soared to $11,- o 2 : s to ^ ,rc;: 513 boo. ^.T-r.outmns ip . th e p a s t ofutt-- r<‘e?ived from th e C. D. Reeves, -‘•Ppello, T h o m a s Joseph r ' lle I' cv- an<i Mrs. Launcfrie. B u c k s’ -Ap- ri *c'- Mauriqe Strobridge • ■ - t d M r, K a r l ’-De M ay. hi ,Ce iHvesiigafe Entry I ^dionery Store h f v/'l'ie'''gated an entry PM t Bff’f ' ^ ,JS s a m cd in th e . g e c - tore 'h'. u Ver lb e dow n tow n ;:;n, b,;\n .a W indow, lI'e n o r t h Window x-h s - '- ronf 0!2 • the. .Wool- ^ fflU”ri‘ on °L*hlOPd I ,u. “ t °n the Window naxie 1 the ,D T h ‘e- m e m o rial g i f ts’ p r o g r a m of . t h e ' W a y n e - C o u n ty U n it, \A m e rican C a n c e r Society, -vfas ex p lain e d h e r e by-D r. Jo s e p h J, K a u f m a n o f N e w a rk, u n it p r e s i­ dent. \S u c h a- trib u te to som e o n e loved m e a n s others a r e h e lp e d ,” sa id D r. K a u f m a n . M S n y individuals; o r g a n iza­ tions, business a n d in d u s t r ia l firm s ; A n d . o t h e r g r o u p s praetici ’ m e p ioriai giv in g xegplajrly. Thesi g i f t s su p p o r t . a n in c r e a s in g ly larg e r proportion o f thp A m e r­ ic a n '.C a n c e r Society’s p r o g r a in s ’' .of research,, education’ a n d serv ibe to e a n c e r p a tie n ts. ., . i n th e Society's jpexnorial Rfp- gpam, a dignified m e m o r ial e a t d N se n t to th e fam ily o f -j;he p e ; ceas.ed, bearing th e n a m e of t h e p e r s o n b e ing m e m o rialized a n d th e nam e , of the donor. T h e a m o u n t o f t h e . g ifT-is n o t indi­ c a t e d o h t h e card. T h e donor r e ­ ceives a receipt. M e ipdrial g if ts to t h e Society are deductible by indixdgualS a n d firm s f o r - t a x purposes. . . Sharon Cheeseman Earns Deanls List Honors _ M i s s S h a ron X - a E h e p s e H ian ,- P a t te r s o n R o a d ,'\M s n a m e d to: th e d e a n ’s second honors list a t J u n i a t a Cqliegd fo r th e sp r in g sem e s ter, . ’ v • D a u g h ter of M rs. M a rion C h e e s e m a n , she lias been ,dh t h e d e a n ’s list fo u r term s . S h e is m a jo r in g in Spanish. ‘ VCTHUtS ASSEMBLY The Supermarkets of Integrity se a , a h ^ N(rs, M a r y ivibrrison of . J ? - ^ 1 ’ - 1 ' ” R e d e e m e r L u th e r a n C h u r c h w ill h o ld a m e e ting T u e s d a y a t 7:30 p .m ,,a t t h e ch u r c h . ■ N e w a r k ; M rs.' H a rold M iller.’ o f R o e h p N e r; !*apd M r s .- M ildred Jaxnpbeil' o f M a e e d o n , ‘ 1 Wegmans fre s h ..- HOME STYLE BREAD Birds Eye ifrozeh ' 8 OZ. ONION Stottffer .-Jij 'dif.-iFYcfzen MAOAR;ONi & CHEESE Stouffer 11 oz. frozen POTAfOES” AU GRATIN Margarine, reg. quarters. BLUE BONNET Fleischmann’s.- ’< DIET MARGARINE El Dorado, j a r o d a , or Nubiana FRESH CALIF. Beautiful California NECTARINES— IJipit 1 sack, pjease STAFF PURE CANE, 5 LB. GRANULATED Crown frozen POLAR BARS 33 stra in e d variefies BEECH-NUI .BABY FOODS. L im it 4, p lea s e CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP L in d t 4 ; p lease 5COT TISSUE, ALL COLORS- E im it l , please OT. OF MIRACLE WHIP ^ L im it 1, please - HERMANN'S MIAYONNAISE _ L im it 1, please 5 LB. GOLD MEDAL FLOUR _ L im it 1 , please CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE. L im it 1 , please 3 POUND CRISCO __ -Ja r qt. lb. can 2 9 . 3 9 ' 3 9 ' 4 9 ' «•*? . 'M l VTt'? -

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