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i FOUR NEWARK UNION-GAZETTE AND MARION ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY,- NOVEMBER 21, 1940 TELEPHONE-? T O P R Y L I D IN O P E N E R O N F R I D A Y {C o n tinued from Page One) brace. It is probable lie and. i . P e tey Mimtt-olo will sh a r e th e fo r w a r d posts, w ith lnisky .-George Quinlin- a*n expected 'S tarter a t cen ter an d tall Kay Lyon his_ alte r n a te. S u m n e r M u n n h a s virtually clinched a ■guard b e r th and th e o th e r backcourt .spot will be a lt e r n a t e d betw e e n V inm e Velesenti. sm a ll b u t sm o o th ball h a n d ler, an d K e n H u e b e lfr. scrappy ball haw k . R e a d y to go if these boys Should falter are Ted Phelps, c e n t e r or forw a rd; Ai K e tcham . speedy guard; Dick C h ittenden a n d Bill. Porter, guard.'; and H a r r y Inm a n , center. S ix-footers ■ a r e H a r t. Quinlin.. Lvon. Inm a n . and» Phelps, with Ke-tc.ham. M u n n , a n d P o r ter all n e a r th a t m a r k . • R e d s Play M a n - to-.Wan T h e W a terloo team , -which finished fo u r t h in the F inger la k e s League i a 't year, is known to be m uch, s tr o n g e r th is .-eascn W ith at least five experienced m e n from the 1939-40 club S p a r k - p lu g s are R a lph Buflon?. C h a rlie K u m k ie. Bill Wilson. F r a S k Bonacc;. an d Jo h n K in vie. all footbdli m en. anc Ken ATaia n a tio n a l schoidrt.c -naredrum playing finanst. and I red M a r­ shall. Coach H a tse.; v hi ;st;ck to his preference for n fit e - m a n '’ d e ­ fense, w h ile W ate.rio > em p h w - th e zone defem a . i, do mi-rt o t h e r a r e a sch o o l' The Red- offense will s e t up w ith Mum: a n d V e le senti o: H u ebeler ;n the b a c k c o u r t to .Work the ball along th e sidelines, trying to draw the defenders out of pc-i;.on r.r.d W aiting for the urcak.' Q u in.m h a s enjoyed .'onte accurate bas­ k e t tossing :n d r . 11' an d .should ; h i t th e r,ct» wt'.i ;n m *...i .hi rt distance, while M u..:: !' best a: ta k i n g th e leath e r .u under the lo o p fo r layup- Bath M m u tr tr a n d V e lrsent; p o '- t s s -• -ad eye. ‘fo r 'the bucket fr.vu i d.-t. While H a r t car, tfr.p m : .r. nearly an y nr.-.- Seven Teams Open, Play This Week in! Wayne-FL League < Seven of th e a .n e court team s i in th e W a y n e - F in s e r L a k e s j L e a g u e w ill roil in to action th is | w e ek,.fol'ow ins p o 'tp - r .e m t r.t tw o scheduled openers Ir.'t w r tk 1 In s t e a d of ( h r c.nf* rt-ncf \ pi. r. a a d o p ted las: year Ir. w h ich o. ; one sa m e betw een a r v r v<- schools counted :.u .-.ic tne r , . j . , fereftce title, the r,i.r.e club* vtiii , p l a y on a h o n u - a n d - 1 . »n;e ija,.- th i s year an d a.; gam t ■ will be , cdyrded In addition the f.ear j Way :■ .'Chuo!' Wil; play to; the ! e,oU;.i.. e r w a aw irm a i ar.d 'T h e \ five F inger Lak>..' catb . will tn th e sam e for the :;ght ta entt.r th e sectionals T o n ig h t tT a e s d n j • Clyde invade W a te rloo and G e n eva w ill play a t Lyons Tomofiow S i g h t Myndar-ie Academ y of iseneca ta l i s ^ u l open g t P a l ­ m y r a an d o n F r iday th e W a ter­ lo o q u in t gets its second tf -I at N e w a rk C a n a n d a ig u a and P e n n Yar, draw b y e ' O r Nov 23 eig h t team s are slated to piay P e h n Y a n a t N e w a rk M y n d erse a t G e n e v a . Lyons a t Clyde, and C a n a n d a ig u a at W aterloo — -------- o — '■ -------- M o tion an d prom o tion are a n a t u r a l sequence By DON BIRD FRIDAY is a Red-letter day on the calendar at Newark High School, A good: many “firsts\ are on tap for that evening whejftthe Reds plays their first cage encounter in the new gym . | opposing Waterloo; when many people will aet their first look I a t the m o d e rn lights an d folding -— ----- - — ------ “— ‘ ------------- ~ ~~ bleachers: When th e r e will be a | up on pro ball, b u t a ll of.the- lodge |'C r a m b le for th e ho n o r of sink- i h e a d s deny th a t a decision Iias t ' ing th e first basket in the. ini- . b een reached. Dissatisfied w ith | tia l gam e : an d w n e n th e b o y s ' £ « * * * * ? of P t a y m s i n th e t . , „ , brokent-dowu old &rm. they have will be out, to cap tu r e th e i r first j „ ee.n try}lJ t0 \ g ft thp new , c o n test m th e second cam p a ign , SC)100j em p o rium , and thereby, to le t a j n th e W ayne-Fing-ei | w? m u le i-stand, hangs th e fate Lakes League title. And alpng, f 0 f th e A rttlei-team ‘ w ith th e s e inaugurals. It will b e 1 ‘ „ , '* i t h e first tim e in history th e press . h a s been accom m o d a ted w ith a . SPEAKING of antlers, two lo- speeial' table' on th e sidelines. ; cai m en have set th e i r clocks for for w h ich we heartily th a n k the 1 *942 to repay a visit th e y h a d E L £ B o ® a g * HOLLOWAYS I Slate Here Sunday IN 8 local officials. AS T O th e team , itself; weH, We w ere favorably im p ressed w h e n we last saw t h e boys work o u t Friday. T h e key, of course, is f h e condition of J im m y H a r t's t w ith a deer last week. Bill Tel- ! h e r an d S tan Allen, while t r a n s - - p o rting th e ir bundle of N ew ark * A d v e rtisers to W illiam son on T h u rsday, nearly ran sm a c k in- Du a p r e tty fawn about to cross ; the road cn th e Mill's farm at Antlers Win 7 Out of Points to Boost Edge Over Bilottas Newark Elks proved- t h a t th e y are n o t only t-he- W ayne C o u n ty cham p ionship team , b u t also top village quint, w h e n they slugged out a 3-point victory S u n d a y over Newark Holloways in th e feature m a tch of th e p a s t week in th e loop. T h is triu m p h , plus a clean sweep Friday over Sodus B&P. pushed th e A n tlers fa r t h e r ahead in th e circuit and they; now boa’st a lead of 101 points. Capt. T e d - B e a les personally engineered the Eikm en to th e ir , win over hom e -tow n rivals, witfi: a freak but highly effective per-: fonnance. A fter sta r tin g w ith: '.an insignificant 15fi Ted fbund h is s tr ide to bom b blit gam e s of. 244 an d 224 for high total, of knee, w h ich is slowly m e n d i n g . ' Sand Hill. It was about the size I B u t also Coach H a tsell h a s som e uf an aduit gont. they report. : u e o p h ites who-wili do th e enemv a-ncl oh th e ir approach fled into -no “ond ' w o rds at ihe n o r th . . -College, . Vim d e' Velesenti, who. two j f u . ' -here m e ,t.il wonck-r- 62.7 M e a n w h ile Ed F a rrell held years ago provoked laughs, as- > R \h e r e S th a t \greate't - team .up- th e club w ith an opening, • t h e varsitv's \cute little m a scot\ i\ N-’t-’v Dame lii'to r j . . . C o r - 221. follow ed by 21 1 and th e n well ye.'terriay was forced in- ■ a low 141. b u t the com b ined to singing the sam e tune, but , p e rform a n c e overcam e Hollo- we have a hunch th e n a t n ’w j .way's han d icap s of 63. 63, a n d , 48 defea't Will put th e Red> in ,'ta clinch two gam e s and totki enouali of a- fighting mood tirtpirw . Bob Huusmaiv h i t 186-162- stop P e n n 's R e a g a n th:.' T h u r - - | 19* fo r - 545 to- lead the losers. Carr Snavciy will shoot th e works, you m a y be -ure, si-nee he loses exactly 20 varsity m en next Ju n e Coriieiliar.s will I F in a l scheduled 1940 event at th e W ayne C o u n ty M o torcycle -Club will be staged here th is S u n d a y w ith th e a n n u a l Turkey- R u n , a W e s tern New Y o rk cham p ionship event san c tio n e d by th e A m e rican M o torcycle A s­ sociation. T h e ru n Will s t a r t at 12 n o o n a t t h e clubhouse o n t h e N e w a rk-Lyons ro a d a n d m o re th a n 25-riders from Newark, B a ­ tav ia, M e d ina, R o c h e s ter, O s­ wego, Syracuse, a n d .Seneca F a lls are expected to com p ete. R iders will be sen t off a t One- m inute intervals- a n d .must a v e r ­ age 24 to 30 m iles an h o u r over th e 76-m ile m a r k e d course. High., p o i n t scorer will be aw a rded .an inscribed brow n jug a n d a cash prize, while th e n e x t th r e e f i n ­ ishers will be given A.M.A. m e d ­ als. M e rchandise aw a r d s will go to t h e w inning th r e e - m a n team , prize novice rideiyfbftjt girl p a s ­ senger. and low e st*coi'e. L u n c h will be served a f te r th e 'r u n . ., U n c le Ab says d o n 't depry In re c e n t Turkey ru n s lo c a l p o l i t i c a l p a r tisa n s h ip ; it helps to riddrs fared well. O n Nov.. 10 in j form unified opinion, a Monroe County Club ru n Don | Cole placed second and G e r a l d , -------------------^ f ‘ “ R e iter fifth. On Nov, 17 in a ru n 1 STO M ^ ^ H RELIEF sponsored by R o c h e s ter S p o r ts j OR MONEY BACK R iders, despite rain and snow,.;| AlU„ TaI>fet„ Uri,.:in-mK «ni»k re- S p e n c e r Ry n e a rson, G e rald R e i- JJ |r f from on neeid stomnrli, M i n l*r- m o rn mi-nls, in(ll»os»lon ojol lieori- ter, Don a n d P h y llis Cole com - bum ' <h» to «**«*»- m «<»«. . „ I j-iiur moiu-v I s i-ofumH-il. A t jour pe.^(?Cl. ,, «1 triiju; store. lias suddenly tom e into his own an d bids fair to become one of th e school's s t a r oagers;OnIy a soph, h e already show s finesse in handling, th e ball, s m a r t pass- work, a n d a good bucket eye. PPtev M inutoio, an o th e r sopho- ; ^tav • m o re, displays a cooperative spirit th a t stam p s him as a valuable team m a n . a n d ha.s footw o rk poise an d a « h a r p eye from all angles. A s e t of juniors, , S tunner M u n n . flashy u n d e r th e hoop, K e n H u e b c ier, h a r d ball aw a y from O n tario P a r tr idges an d th e i r 22 handicap, on som e good rolling by H a u s m a n and J o h n DeDolder. H a u s m a n h it 557' an d DeD o ldar 513. w h ile M a rsh L ivingston C o n tributed' a 220 single gent. T h is F r iday’s m a tch e s show Elks rolling Lyons Holloways i a n d M a s o n ’s m e e ting Lyons Niks, DeM ott's 617 Sparks B ilottas [both here while B ilo ttas invade M eanw h ile Bilottas. who h a d A tlantics a n d N e w a rk hweDt a. four-mar.keT from Q n - Clyde Shells a t ta n o G o lf Club on Friday, were h a w k ,'a n d Al K e tcham , scrappy |B o h n -nan player, a ls o show promise’. Lyons. S tandings of th e .first w.-irg th e ir h a n d ' w h en they bid jsplitting w ith Sodus NQi’to n s - R 'x ^00P c*ubs are.. geodbye th is year to H a i- M c - j a n d , although th e y retain e d se c - '. j t . , Cifliough. W ait Scholl. W alt ond, lost one point in th e ir drive fN e w a ik Elks ... . . . . M a tuszczak. Mike Ruddy. Sw ifty > to catch Elks. Rolling ag a in s t IN e w a ik B ilottas .. SALIENT fact cf th:s group -.r.t-r.*; >:.f d. except.ng H a rt. th a t none has h a d any vprMtv exper-?nce In a n o th e r y e a r tin y . :v.i; nk b e m u ch im p roved, arc! m far; by tho c-uti of th is > m , -... they ,'ha.iid prove a ciickm a r ;--.b. nation But d\:':'* look for ir.i.;: .-u r t - fi by b o n iuig over '-.:<v, v-rteraa ri-.-.t'' a< G e n e v a . C.-.-.ar.daiu;-.: M v .;dir«e. and W a'cr:, -■ I v , . ’ expt-r.encec 1 bo>'. G eorge Q u a ; a r . d R tv Lya-n should :hc,;- peuX th.s year Quin.-, I..- .'.a- shew n >L-:r.r ai od -iux-t- .*.;r. Lyon has ,'o k e d ui«.ci p:rk..M 3 th r a u t h e r off ’.lie o c a r d ' IF H o - k n d b . - ca : be . kept cond.t.on. and IF no other injuries pin ,ue the sq u a d ., the P.-dv shouid cap tu r e a t h a s t 10 of th e ir 16 le-ague con- te.su th is cam p a ign. “Jce’’ H a t - seU, now in h is 10 th year here, h a s in th e p a s t nine seasons *..r,:ed «*ut five clu b ' vh.-.h V'-n vVayv.e \hanTp-.ir.ch;p and fm r kick ;ur< rur.r.er -up T h .- r . t ■ c i.- i i L a n d 'b e iy K eiicy. J;m Schm u c k , shr.v. Ka- Hipou.t. N;ci: -Drahos. W 33 27 24 24 26 24 L P ts. 6 46 Bill M urphy. M ert ' a 47 hundienp. B ilottas took th e i '^ Y 0 , « Vrnee E :ch!:r. Ah a h 1 first two lines by 51 an d 40 phis. ’•JJfYar£ N °fiow ays Kirk H e r - ; but dropped th e finale by 121 ! W °lco ti> M a r teps m a p les and th u s lost m a tch to- ! Ey 0110 Elks ........... D u n b a r. Lou Conti, Jerry Cohn. d t o ^ ^ s t e r l h i g T o b ^ w i t h l Elks W2’ L1’ 3 ,,E,ts and Bud F m n e r a n . W h eu ' 1200-201-216 for high tq t a f o f ^ l 7 , r e^ les ......... 159 244 224 but his m a tes-w e re off form . AI T h o m a s led th e N o rton five w ith a 245 single an d 604 total. ■ Clyde Shells took six p o in ts in 12 15 15 13 15 Even Yal-» w.a- n-’t so iiard h:t J as the 1911 B ’.g Reds w ;’’. be 1 On.h- Lan B u falino. H a n k Dr.a- I eon. and Phi!.G o ldenberg wil! be I bark l • lead th e Ith a c a n s next i tu ___ , . . . , year. .,:,d the ath letic officials i \ f e k s two m a tcheg to creep played -m a rt ;:i scheduling 110 ! 0 tkuci- h single p o in t ah e a d m e e ting : Perduyn Reeves F a r r e ll B a y lard 1-80 148 221 177. 155 176 217 163 170 153 141 158 627 505 477 579 498 T o tals iiu e r - f - :;i a ;,:! gam es, only -uc-h :< i-ghies qs Syracuse, H a rvard Navy Ciugat,.. C o lum ­ bia. Yale. D a rtm o u th, and Penn Dutch. D e h n e rt. fam iliar here With O r .a u u i Celtics who played Elk.- the past two w a r s an d originator of the pi.vot play, will coach D e troit Eagle- in 't h e N a tional P ro B a sketball League th is w inter Junior Jottings of Newark Holloways. R e sults :»T S u n d a y m a tch e s w e re not all I Goossen ‘ reported yesterday so sta n d in g s ’! L ivingston I of only th e leaders could be fig- ITobey .. ured. N e w a rk M asons, a f t e r los- ! P e D o lder iin g 3 to G a u d inos Friday, sp lit H a u sm a n w ith Sodus A tlantics on S u n d a y I Follette in a close encounter. T h e y won ; E nff t th e firs t two lines by 5 a n d 8 ! 1 pins, despite A tlantics’ 29 handle i 'cap , but dropped the th ir d ' by |H e p , 23 an d lost o u t in m a tch to ta l I by only 10 points. O a k D o u g las j .Totals ... 1 sparked th e locals With, 210-148H -------- -- 885 955 846 2686 Holloways—W I, L2, 1 Ft. - 147 141 136 154 186 764 63 177 157 115 174 162 785 63 .185 131 197 188 146 509 429 251 328 545 lar 146 847 2396 48 174 B F * A S c l t i n e ^JUea i ^ e a 1 n i x i T v i i ^ L i l r ” l ■ w M W L , r i l l HU • TUESi - WED. - - NOV. 19-20 2 — GREAT HITS — 2 i GINGER ROGERS DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS — in-rt —in— , “ Lucky Partners” ‘Angels Over Broadway’ EXTRA! — Plus— EXTRA! ON OUR STAGE TUE. EVE. ONLY — MONTGOMERY WARD’S FUR STYLE* SHOW — (Don’t M iss T h is E x tra A ttraction) THURS. Nov. 21 FRIDAY Nov. 22 DEM!?A GIVIS THE BOV % & d - 7 M u 4 t SOtofCBMHDfGS •MBCMAiJBl. — Plus E x tr a Added F e a tu r e tt c — “CAVALCADE OF ACADEMY AWARDS” (Alt of Hollywood’s G r e a t in O n e P ictu r e ) Sal., N o v . ? 3 Also Sport Reel anti - C artoon One Day Only SUN. - M O N . - - N O V . 2 4 - 2 5 TYRONE POWER r„ THEM ARfcOF HOLIDAY PROGRAM THANKSGIVING DAY THUR,, FRI., Nov. 2 I -‘>2 “STRIKE UP THE BAND” JUDY’S BACK AGAIN' . - , SWELL AGAIN' JUDY GARLAND in “LITTLE NELLIE KELLY” W ith Geo. M urphy - c h a r l j W inm n g e r - Douglas Mcl'hai| STARTS SUN? -NOV. 24 Also — Comedy , with LINDA DAIiNEtL\{ BASIL PATHBONE G a rtoan - a n d News E v e n ts 827 848 895 2570 ■ Tuesday and Wednesday Nov. 26-27 iVIacMURR-AY I Dick Powell - Ellen Drew ,, —in — . — in — R a n g e r s o f f o r t u n e * I “ C h r i s t m a s i n j i j l y ” Comuig — FRED I 2 LOVE STORIES] * * * * *1 GEORGE BAHCROH A L L IN CECILS. DiMIUE'S N O R T H W E H M O U N T E D . \ w u c E ^ y IllSYOiUl Of 'PvOUtl S I,'. • \ yq j *<ro h a w / f,) hum . «»•... following poi.mliir ^ > I n t . - ;Wc* K \ V . :»»«► - 'T a x i m l ' n l o t l . r h l l d r c n uu* tinn*. r>r. Suutiaj . : inch I d .-hon'd a--u r e th e , :•> w th a n econd ir.-ty t'r.u v iar. w ith ar.d a,! Aouici b^ c m - j THERE are no m a jo r changes , in th e scholastic conrt_nji£s Ihig. ‘ v e a r .’ alTKough several technical I sh if ts have been m a d e . F o r in- j sta n c e , if a W a te rloo m a n passed j : a n d th e ball h i t a Newark m a n I 1 on th e boundary line a n d bounc- j 1 ed o u t. w h o se ball, will it be? ! You would probably say W a ter- | loo. an d you’d be correct—this E the.yn Huff of W est M aple A v enue c-tUertamed .sev­ e r a l of lier little frie n d ' on M o n d ay afternoon of th is week in ceP b r a tam of h e r .'.x tn o ir tn c a y am u v -jisaiy. D o n ald Cvow’.ey of G race A v enue spent . the w e e k -end w ith h-- m i*'h“r. M rs D o n s Crow’.ev R-r.-.e.-tcr I _ _ . Howairi Franklin, J r . of Peirson A.v<:-.u.- wi’.i 1 celebrate h is th ir teen th b ir thday ar.ni- ver-ary t- rrnw 1 W ednesday Nov 2n year. B u t i a s t y e a r th e rule g a v e .jtetate. a n quot' d on th it to th e m a n struck an d this 1 lias been Shifted on th e theory - t h a t he causes th e sphere to bound out . . . We still h e a r ru- I m o rs th a t th e Elks thave given Ff.-n. a p p le - . 3 . -lo - l ; 20 v a n e t.e s oi Nt a York Y o rk City m a rket. 1 195 fOlf 553. - Baylard Paces Friday Sweep In Friday m a tches Roy Bay- laid was the Elits’ b ig gun, p a c - i ing th e A n tlers to a clean tri--> nm p h over B& P ,and th e i r m a r ­ gin of 50. Roy socked gam e s of 198-191-204 for 593-; .w h ile F a r ­ rell contributed a big 245 single and 568 total. ' C h u b \ Perduyn opened w ith a 211, but_feil off. A o - - t o ta f - 4 9 4 . M i k e ' Colacino staged a brief com e b ack to lead B ilottas to a fo u r - tim e r over O n tario Golf Club, blasting thd woods fo r 215-205-209 an d his best t o ta l of th e year, a 629. T h e locals rolled u p a 406-pin edge in m a tch total, w inning out f-U't’y d e - p ite an opposing 54 New handicap. New-ark Holloways took th r e e l-i ~ A LYONS m v Thutrs. - Fri. Nov. 21-22 C o n tinuous Show T h a n k s g iv­ ing -r- S t a r ts 3 o'clock. DRIVE BY NIGHT” GEORGE R A F T . HUMPHREY BOGART ANN SHERIDAN IDA LUPINO L a test News C'artoon Football T h r ills of 1939 Saturday . Nov, 23 M a tinee a t 2.30 “GAMBLING ON THE HIGH SEAS” WAYNE M ORRIS JANE WYMAN —A n d ^- “The Ranger a n d th e Lady” Roy Rogers, G eorge. G a b b y Hayes Sun, - Mon. Nov. 24-25 C o n tinuous Show Sunday S t a r t s 3 o'clock “KNUTE ROCKNE, ALL-AMERICAN” PA T O’BRIEN ...... .......... RONALD REAGAN L a t e s t News, L a t e s t Disney C a rtoon tue*. - Wed. Nov. 26-27 “ T H E R A M P A R T S W E W A T C H ” .With The Baptism of Fire . Benefit Bert G. Collins Pest, American Lefio'n PAUWYRA Tues. - Wed. Nov. 19-20 T h e L a test an d th e Best “DR. KILDARE GOES HOME” w ith LEW AYRES LIONEL BARRYMORE Thur. - Fri. - Nov. 21-22 SPECIAL THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY SHOW C o n tinuous Perforrnanr-. “WYOMING” with WALLACE BEERY LEO CARRILLO ANN RUTHERFORD News Novelties Saturday Nov. 23 2 - G r e a t F e a tures - 2 “SKY MURDER” with WALTER PIDGEON JOYCE COMPTON —Plu- “SANDY IS A LADY” w ith Baby Sandy., M ischa Auer. N a n Grey, Tom Browu Sun. - M o n . N o v . 2 4 - 2 5 GEORGE RAFT ANN SHERIDAN - i n - “THEY DRIVE BY „ ..... NIGHT” _______ w ith Ida Lupine. H u m p h rey B o g a rt The thrill picturt of the year News Noveltv Tues. - Wed. Nov. 26-27 “HAUNTED H O N E Y M O O N ” w ith R o b e rt M o n tgom ery, C o n s tance C u m m ings i ' o m o t o C h o p H o u s e FO R Y O l’R CHOICE; TURKEY C H I C K E N ^ ! ' DUCK 6 Courses — F.xrcllently prr-pared 'f-n<irj and good serv­ ice. [’Ian to -h-'i.yc your Holiday Dinner here. On-The e R o U g h , Served Any Time 111 East Union Street PHONE 683 NEWARK For Your Convenience - - the UPSTATE PERSONAL LOAN CORPORATION has Opened an office in a real to the Newark/ to give Money Service people of Wayne County Q U I C K , E A S Y , P E R S O N A L L O A N S ’ 3 0 3 0 0 Loans up tp $300 will be made to people of good reputation who have a regular income. Loans made on Household Furniture, Automobiles or with co­ makers. Up to 20 months to repay. A loan plan to fit every income, No embarrassing investigations. Loan usually made in 24 hours. Investigate without Obligation 1 2 2 S . 9 2 1 S t r e e t , N E W A R K , N . Y . Phone N E W A R K Over JFishman’s 5c to $ 1.00 Store Open Daily 9 to 5 Saturdays 9 ! to 1 I b w [jute a Iven. Ijnio!'.'.: Senjaihti ftmK. Itocki-. (eaao;- irror. ear-u- llor.a G.oat, ine: ?.!-'. 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