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.o EYo . T The Franklin" E~ery

WANT ADS

1

RA 5.8500

Thursday

Enrollment Policy

Endangering Building Program

, Vet I0. No. SS SOP~HSST, N. J. ’r~sEESD.’+E, M&~ ~, 1~4 ~ PER OOP, Y

Kp ~WAHU NASH

Because the Eo,~ of Educe. MOVING INTO NEW AREAS:

glen l~st month revised Its nelSh.

~o~ oo~11~+ ~,~.. Spedal Cl

i+e+o+ d~+lsion . +e e+ assesf or Brain-hj ured

’ mu~lty’s Lh.i~kths about the need

for twa 2l.room elementary

s++ + .oo~,os ~o~O.s~n, And the Potential H. S. Drop-outs

ly apparent.

SchOOl board member# a r e Ffanklth is abot~t to e/~ter into operated in the enSr+ State,

worried that the eontlnuir~g con- two retotJvely ne~’ areas or the A class for edueoble edtldren

troversy ove~ the revised policy

acedam~ie wortd, both of them is eo~l~eted in EamiBon Street

will be prntested by a vote to considered experimental. School, he noted, but these stureject

the bend issue. There ~ f~cSl1.tes a~ q~ ~.~- den~ are but m few of those

were others in ++he audience at

cbors ar~ mad~ avaLinbte,

who require special help. These

~bo~t 150 people Monday night

special classes /or b~athdnjured

ehitdren are getttag "the best

:~’, Pk~¢~ G~o’+~ 1~tanoe ~boot

children will be conducted bore h~9 we ea~ give ttm~." H~

who expressed the same fear. starting Jn Septe~aber,

noted that n~v teaching ~kilLs

It was the regular monthly TJ~k~ program was ~u~ariz. are being agplied to handlcal~

meeting of tho boa~, and R was I sd by ~s Board of Eduea.peal ~Sdrev.

the setting for the ~econd at. lion at it~ regular meeting l~on-

The superintendent explained

te~npt withth h~r weeks to ra.

verse a policy adopted on A~rt] duy night tn plv~ (Irene Ms~oc; that should staff and facilities

~boof.

h~ome each ehlld available, to. be clasSes determlned of six

~0 by a ~-4 vote.

h

The second step, an el/or to ~ seven students wilt be pro-

IStaf! 1~otol A special election will be san, hr.+tall hteh sd~ool drop-outs, ~rammed, tea#b of elates tsr

¯ s

AFTEE THE RRSCUE. ,Iosepb F . Q ~Inn dr, , rl I+ kt recot~nts

I o

ducted

a $ 390,00o

ffune

bOnd

1~ to

issue

decide

for

the will late be ..... taken in con#un~txon wlth

t

how deep Into the Rarltan Efver he and Ms ~rlend~ &iehard R,

’ Buyers ~n!vereitY and he New

some ~tur¢ time, He added t at

Kerr, lv~h went to help rescue five pe r SO ns.

the northeastern sector of the

] eonatr~cY ~ Of twe ~I~C~ts In

Brt~nswiek pub] c schOOl s~s e P,.

several Parents and seh~l st~df

members have been work ng to-

+ munlclpalRy.

~e Bral= IvJttred

getho~ to effeot a ~++r+ ~o~

They Saw People in Danger

And Went to the Rescue wa++o e+O+ .nee+ ~e+ is°dent of Scboots Sampson B. edebiLdr~n

Ing thai continued for more than Smith dec ared t hat been accorded tw ~4 students

o

¢ourBgeo~s

re.+ ~o.rs. and the lids+ +.-io the ++boo, +.,o~ h.+e hr+n’ ,np:~? +~,,~:e;"~b;~s°’

Praise and adm~ea~on bare rosined unchanged¯ ’

, AS several board members ex-

-

Hobort LBPlante moved thlk

i

t plaXl~ed had been though bat nt] Dr Smlth d ..... d "I

Is Elizabeth !sell_ariel

~

Who. wi~b it

0

eorlcel~ the ~prl[ 2dth policy be rescind- ’ ee y ¯ ,

ant llve su.’~ students +ere +m- ’

for their own safety, went to the ed and the b o a ~" d resume i~ Y 1 s ’ can answer that with a positive

aid OP five persor}s WhO were Io].mer posit]uP,

rO e~ here the~ bei.ng tr.~;1-i, ,.

School Up +.~ o, ~ ......+o+ +a+ +~.,++tin+ ++,h ~t+ +ere boa+ ~+,~ de+ too pr,+ s++ "+

coded tn the trasi+ dro~’ning v J e e-president ~ugene Howe, for handicapped m Plainfield, The Dr+pests

Sale ? o, ~r. + .re. +a+,a ~iode~a.

~,ehael p,aoaa a+ A+od,r +’ O+’th ’++’°+’he’’her ~° +ele to .s,.hgsh ,hes .

For

diagnose+ were made by neu-+els~.q~

in the Bertram River on May 10. IqariJLB 3r, It took boa~ prof-

s

was unanimous, but no

Richard Kep

r

Jr, and J’osepb dent Robert MeCredie+a vote ts

rologist~ end not members of :fiscal information was provided.

the school staff, [ r~e othe

What h~s long been mare.or’el Quthn, both 18+ are buddies and cause a tie and thus defeat Mr.

r

experimental area

.

L’P’’nt ’

’+The time haacome"’ he satd.+dtd no draw a unanimous vote.

1 ; a~e

==~+~o

outdoor sports enthusiasts who

...... the ~+~"+ a

became an accredited possJbllJ-

?::+ +++

eoPf ~e~l

3~ #::;+ : +

ty .end+ n,ght. a~3=+ :+

m

+e. +o b++++o+ on~ ++++~+ s

S, houid the right oiler, come friends for five years, the boys and Dr. Oscar StStrunk who Jr,, e ober he noted on y I (Cm~tinued on pyre 4:

+glen+, +e Board of P.


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overs

the two no..h.to o..ed. ", wl. never, spoor voto fur th0

He firmly urged the public to ,mass bussing from one area to

"We are at a tragic moment,"

~lall"lINaliIWiu6~Aui6~i~#lalilINilIMnn" 8~|~--vll-PillgiO~ mlpport the relererlddm, and !’In another," he de,yl~d, .addlng he predicted. One group should

am February ycu can e I e e t mere. that the p~ohlcm here has been be on its knees rather than op.

bets to the bcsrd who will make ,biovm up c~t ot pro~la~ be- posi~ the school cooulruetlon

getting hack at the beard, but st student p}acement the way you e a us ¯ It only attests smae program, he said, and while he

(0om~fuuefl t~ord’Pagg 1)

the children." he concluded, Willlt." areas.

did not meotlon any group "by

%

April 20, With Eric Rhodes sO-

?ros{de~t’~th~tod Dr. Slulruch announced his re- "I s~ willing to ~it down and name the reference appeared th

sent Dr. ~gc@re~4e c~st w hal. Mr, Naruth immediately took sheet "for Dr. ~ldwe’s appeal, trot reward it to eve{’yofle’s sail°toe- be d i r e c l e d at members ol

pLEA in the audience.

let to create deadlock end defeat Jgsuo, he.was standing on his decll~lon tieR,’" he said¯

by porllamentary rule. ¯ PLEA has forced policy on to support th~ new policy be- The vote on the I~Ple~to ~ Only the Somerset Eomeow~

Nevertheless, fuom beth sides the b o a r d, he deelai"ed. ’*You cause t s Ju~tlf ed o~ moral, motion to rescthd the eulsithgl era sad the League of Women

of the vote came declarations of e~n*t a i n g ’DLxie’ s th the

ed~,0atkmot ~ so0thlngieul , potter and r~thsthte the 61d bee ’ Voters have p u b I I c I y deetorintent

to reulew attd rewrite the schools any thnger, he nothd ~- g~0ursis, wen down ~bon Dr MeCr~die I ed support for the referendum,

~{ulruch resolution Io egechttoe ferrthg to complathth about an Those who disagreed with hl~ c~st the e I g h t h sad heelslve he said.

s~sston in an effort to allay elementary s ob o o ] minstrel could eatabUsh their opinions in

vole.

whatever fears It may have show which was revised Last the February election, he aald, , , . n

"We most decide how bad ~" we [ The president said the board, ~l~’r~00D .4~j~

caused within the commt~ti¢, plula~. year beeausoo~PLEAcemo ,, ~" woU’d ~eVE~u~ ’the ’~pHI "~Oth ......

’~eed th~ ,,eo~E. He oo.el.d. I re~o~ ~d~ ~ ~0~,,,ath~, !OFFI~,~RS JUNE 9

The $ PULl@toe

He refuted the preside0t’s ed with the declaration that he He excreted ~tie hope that Th~TempleB~thElSister-

The Sistrudk ~esolutlsn direeth claim ~ot PLeA member~ do bad n’mde his last sthtmbent du I ,, . .. __ I "

that pupils be

the hmue we can corse up w~t ~¢m~e-[ hood wgl i~sta ~s new ey etoul-

not get ~ a c0neid~PatLt~ .

¯ thin~. ,,

assigned to schools close to thulr from the chair at meetings. Dr. McCre~Je pohtted out that A s eulkl me,tiff et the board

I~d

I

oftice~s

L on gtme

at s

at

dthner

? 30

to

m ’hl

be

homes, with detthtie cor~idera- " u

d ! g ve~ 9 . P, .

E o w e v e r, he ~ot~d yo Ih Franklin tits pulley on place- I LS ~oboduled P 4or June 8 in Pine

tion to all sound principles, insrvilto

Ion

didn’t recognize the 750 names" men s no a age prob em but[ ,~m Mn~ ~-he I to tt~ ’~ ] ~

cl~t~ vorrection of unwtmt _._re ............. o ._ a__.or __ Officers eicote d reeentl were

on a petitio~t protedtthg the new rather a ~0rgl one. Once again , ~ mm~t of bl Is sUbmltthd Ior

Y

r,dthl t both ee." polio, f ed w th the be,edbe decared th, th, new procaine: ,ucti o, he ,ch p ,E

The pl’eulot{s policy, a mot~e month by the TaxpaYera of’~o11~ - dttre does not v~o]ais the ne I hg

- addition but there was

e~

no in dent. Mrs. ~eonara-lom~s lsi

’ ~

specific detinltisn nf fl~e neigh, erset, a petition now reportedly

- -* ""

berhood policy, I dida lea’the hoard would h~e a ~ vtee-p rest a ¯ n t; Mrs. ~enrLy

borhood ~,sfern, dec]steal that

earryth 1 ~00 signatures

¯ ~olls a~ M~B, ~arry ~sa¢-

"This scho~ beaed thtio.s the P , ’ YOU pan make your choice in rewritten policy to preseot to the th k 2*rod and grd Vice- r~ -

The Sistrunk resolution _. had F0bru~ ,~ I’ be u pfur teeec I pubtic at ~hat dme, The ne~tl,.~,..~e,~

c , P

]leighberhoed school pulfuy. AU

helm rejected hy the boar~ ]o ion bu~ r~ now we need two ......

r~ ~ ,

students are assigned to the

gh ,, regular meeting hf the boat*d ls SJeurelia, secretary; Mrs. Syl.

executive se~ on be fors ES Ln schools urgently, he dgld. I~cbegu ed for Monday, dune 5, van ¯~huster, treasurer; MrS.

school ¢]~st to their homes, troduetion on April 20 and as-

!/rovidthg there is r~om in that

,Net~|gfft~kqkle, [ one day before the special alessigned

for furthez; study, Mr

Raymond Fern, corresponding

bullring."

Naruta claimed, and as for the Mr. ’H i r s c h was the next[ tins. secretory; Mrs. do~eph Yarchs

eake’r One group dee ared 118 sup-

The Spark advisory committee, DL J~’m over tJnsn¢ a seers ary"

g ,, . , .

The debate was 18filthd by a Anderson, a former board mem- He d~clared flatly that the port for the bend lss~te during Also Mrs. ~Bernard Rubln mul .

lengthy iettor f~m Mrs, Geor{~e bar, voted agab~t the ~eom- neig~berilo~d policy is the the meeting, A spokesmen for Mrs. l~ris K~pl~io, ~retarles

best" tic "bt~ no rule he receo y organized Somerset

~4tdelEfe, wife of the f~er mendation to correct ulleged de po y, for way~ and ir~ Imtm" ~lrs , ~r .

coencil~ml, gbe strongly pro- facto segregul~on. :say8 we can’t he l~lxthto,"

Eomeowners Assocth Ion read a thtlr Btlrach, mgmb~rsEip sec-

~es~ed the beard’s adoption ot "But he aign0d the report," A.yone wi~o claims the board I prepared statement announcing retary Mrs, ~bph e R a s k ’n.

what its adherents ~sil a "flex, Dr. MeCredls retorted, - is trying to destroy" the neigh-lib0 group’s endorsement. [good wig officer; Mrs¯ A 1 a n

lbIe" posJt{0n nod crRlciz~{d fi~ Mr. Naruto then chsrded that berhaed procedure is guilW of I ’Oup~rintendeet of Sobs°is I Weinberg, p,~blicity chairmen.

nlSJoEtY

TM

as only "representing rdost members of the advisory -the

Parents League for Educe. group we~-e member° of PLEA¯

tiona] Adv~netment, s 8 rou9 ’/Weulz~qst, too?" the presiwhich

clfiims de facfu’segrega, dent’ashed, referring’~o Codneil-

{.Jan exists in the school system, man Arthur S, We°in°at dr.,

Adoptio~ of the new procedure former beard, president¯

a

on April 20 was "very unwise,"

she said, for it destroys the

"He could he a tnember ol

anything." Mr, Nar~ta replied¯

~elghborhoed s c h o o ] policy,

hJhere is nothing uoequul sbnut

~ rundown of the committee’s

membership indicated that ouly

the edueationsi opportunities th bad.had been a PLEA member

F~ankLin, she meinthined, w3d ~t I~e tIme the advisory g~oup

the beard koejorJty has bowed ~Vms set up,

to PLEA’s railroading and ram. Tbrnthg to Dr. McC’redis’s

mind. She also charged the or. saEtor claim that there is no

ganization"~ members receive intention of disruptin~ neighborundue

recognition at the board’s hoed enroUmenL Mr. Naruta

public meetings,

challenged the p~esident to pal

A D~nthI

it in simple forms¯

"If you don’t mean to change

"Dr. McCredls denied Mrs.

R~deliffc’s c h a r g c s about

the policy, say so," he said.

PLEA’s influence and recogni.

The sd~ool be~ has lost faith

ties, contending it WaS but one ~Jlet this i s

s ~Pogre~ive c~mof

the preg.suI~ groups in ~e reunify, and nOW the eommuaily

munleipnlRy, hut that the board

is being "chastised," he con.

represents the *3ntire co~.

eluded.

reunify, Court Deel"l~

The president stated tha~ the The board agreed {n agenda

A p r i l £0 resolution was not session not to bring enrollment

adopted impulsivuly or because policy into the referendum

of PLEA pressure, and that a arena, Mr, La Plante noted, but

board advisory committee and a "Dr. Sistrunk couldn’t agree¯"

committee o~ the New Bruns- Pointing out that ~.he O S. Suwick

Presbyterian Church rec- preme Court has upheld neigho

m m e n d e d that ~acthl is- borhood districting+, hh called fur

be}ante in the schools be care , vote to r~scind the revised

¯

reeled.

eSoluHon ~nd reif~ulale its pred-

Going to one of the 9ore spots eegsor.

In the controversy, Dr. Me- It was some time before the

Cr(~dls msJnthined t~l’ilo j~.m-

8e~g Weinborg, who has blterl blind |or the past several years, own~

and rilarl~es Trails Tratl~t, fllc.,’af 19~6 8pd.gfil~td Ai/ontle irl

JMIt pTewogd.in h~t~tJ~ld~ld he tt~l~t0~JBe tile |gleph~lg g~oe@dP~d.

i. ~. I=~ & =.=~1[’~=l’~| Mea--

"

LaP]ante fflOtion werlt tO yoti SWrx auuut an u.~,.a,

: bor of tho beard h. any Isto.-call.

A’truo

ltlil~ lille W¯’" teloph

tins cf aulborlsthg the

transportation Of

lbenewpolle lop°divided oombln l I|h41 one

v I s ¯ g Until recently 8eltll Weinberg had trouble trying to rernember the

serve racial ratios, going t’o buk chlldrdt~ mar4y,’h’~r~’-boSlRPss phone numbers thiit he flails fretldent]y. It

~ Issne

Then "came "his first note

concern tibeut the fate of

bow long you talk. Eoththg says

you can’t take Kingston kids to

Eilicreul."

WdS thproblem that he mentioned to Jack 61atte~;0ne ¢I our Cue.

~le].~g~oprp~rl~t~v~~.’

. SlattetThadenldea;comblneBraiilewlththeCardDia[erphono~

issue. " ROWe Rim ’the telppho, ne the~u~a~l~ally’d[i~l~ li mJ~bdr’when a punched

.rs ~r~.~

Perhaps the board could It was Dr, Howe’s thr~* azd it

phrase the St°trunk ~es~lUtloe wks One of his rare speeches,

because people have expressed Rising from his chair, resUmg

concern, ;lo said, He claimed he oak foot o~ the seat at’~ toa~g

is concerned w i t h the public’s towards the a e d I e n e e, he

mtsundersthndthg ot the policy, crltiul~ed his COlleagues for In~

because Jn his view It does not d"lgthp lo irrelevancies,

;¢ar~ slhse?td@Jfi~’~’~t.’/,

~

, ~.J’ /

, Onsp~ldl ta[~e ~r~{{b’!4y:~ndhW~o~tln.[lm{{le’the ~}{~os’end

! ~ddPdssesofthe~ott fr~uentiycalled numbers.~hen heattached ,

: ~ tapWs’fo tlfe b=icks ~’ttte Cal~Ol~l~v Catlts, Ittlt~’ll sllllpte’10ut

~|fill0til0U4HllglIJtion, .

These punohed dg~dtlaren0wetMr. W~n~qg!eTtl~erillmS~T,~k.

s ~a a breakdown of ¢~e oel~h-I T h ¯ placement of studeo~

bothoed enrollment polioy, I ~ould have no ~ne’dtion Wits

¯ "It Js very sad," bo g~d,.that{the retereddah~, he kuld, al-

|n~ It possible for hlm,te,telepho~ r~co~ven~ntiy. And,mer~

tlmdg’the cards thtr~pl~o edrve.il~mi~de~’~’~ne~edck~r to

,

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the fade cd ~e t~fe~¢,dum a~- though he is an e¢[vocath 0f the

I~ars to be rid ¯to ~e ’revlsed t .d~arded .n~lghff0rhe~od policy,

em’ollmonl’potiey,

".n .. ,his .d 0,g ,0 ’ .e,t:h..0,tgb,

/ .’t~Jrthhr, be th.tohtish.s adEed, this ~ooard

bach at tbo slhbol,board .is not’ fot the ~0 boaz~L, llh’/’~’b is

Worklnll out fndl01~lL/llPlf)ltlff0~kT0rffdliltt~alT~dplioni:p~ll~i~g ’

bd b~,peRof what~ved~;at~Ne~JefseY"~eID " :,i "

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SOMERVILLE - MADISON AVENUE

Attracttve 4-roeau h~ne. Des heat, Staten vrw,~lowo. On finished

street withc~ e~ gcttten. Lo~ g+xll3.

an~ at,milmmx aiidiug, Pl’t~ lot~. Walking dt~t+¢e to hl~t ~dtool. t’naitogma¥ credenza, Ca~ RAfi-+

A r.~l J~v M m,s0o. ~ t* ~.

~ between $4 p.m.

New" l~meh House, $15,900 i C r~,

~p]e, ~"~. ~ 0~

$12,~00 ’I%ree bedrooms. Complete kitchen. LlvS~g teem, ~ buem,mt, eor.~tten. Csli R~, g.+~l~.

~’ow ~lor cottstructim, A d@oeli v,’I/I mahsN urethra, ++ 0

MANVILLE ... +++ ..... "Re=

~ily e~o home, st..< roor~ and Seth clm.minirs, three Weston Ranch Bay 13euo~e ~om+, twin hs& ~tth

roam and bath .~ta~-s, Two g~s iterating systems. One-ear Tl~ree +lee bed~coms, complete kitchen with sm range, b~ pr~vefe bath TelePhmm in en

garago. ~ lrft~chec[ ~reet "tv[th ~ttr~ ~ ~tfters. tat’has tg0 living "morn, tile hath. Full ~oat, with gas hot .~wi*r he~t. meal. B~+ stop for all pleats

feet of ~mntage. 7~XIOO plot .Nicely ]aa~e..*q~d wtif.t 4tre.lmr oyctone ~el~e. Ot~ at door+ IZ~-~ Weekly per pe~son rate per $24. week, gust

~i6,~00 tO,See, T~S to qualified bupert

Hotel Somerset, Mann St.t~,

MANVILLE - BUILDING LoTs Good Six Room Buy Somrvm,, iv+.

Btttlders have ePo~ Loll Ja town. Wlil ~ home ~ 3*aM’ One hi~t off Main 8treat. T~ree be


PAGE 13 THE FI~LIN N~WS.RP, CORD THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1964

They Saw People in Danger I Bank Ap ints

torn of the river, and a week

~ t~ Fu.e , + yo=ord, Fr~.k.. C+cli INew----- cer

single*engthe plane In a search The Franklin Stale Bank inls

r::t

h

~t:.2tg ::;: m.n effort J. Leoaard over the Vliet river. piteted In the ob- a week named Raymond H. C~0{e-

Moli3~r~s Day--was a good day server’s seat wa~ Patrolman .T~ We Haw Both Sere|ca a~d Bel~lervlce Meat D0partmentl

men as assistant rtee.preslder, t

for damns, and aff they went seph Juzwthk. in charge Of q.he installment loan ~EP~IC ~00~ ~


alOeS t&e ~arltan River. Fate,

Mrs. Linderr~n’s bed

s

was department. He formerly served

however, had leas then p~aeuro lifted from the "mud by Edlson ~ assJ~ant vlee-prealde~t ~nd

in 8tore for the day, and th9 Rescue 6quad merdbei*a. Work- THURS., FRI,, SAT., MAY 21 . 22 & 23

FEHKH KILLED ¯ READY (t~O COOK

asslsthM treasurer of the Corn.

yomh, were equal to the chal- men from the Hermol Prnduofs m~Sy Batik In Ltndem

lense when It came. Co+ an Meadow Road ~otmd the ARer~attending achaia In MJH-

They were readying te~kle at body after ’the tide had receded, burn. Mr, Coleman attended

Five-Mile Lock, 400 yards west One of lho men, Peter Cover- t~

~|b

FRYING


Pennsylvania Mlitthry College

of ,nlerstate Highway 287 ss it nale, wasUr.t to ref*Uzethat the wh .... he was edito

r

of The

crosses the Raritnn River+ when expo-~ed object was a human CHICKENS

BAre¯ WHOLE ¯

I~e LB,

ARMOUR STAR- BONELESS

Cross - Rib Roast "v" S0e LR.

¯

’~

FRESR LEAN

She,re’

r ~

K4.VE POe LB. 39 b¯

8EGAE CURED

Dome, the college weekly. An

Richard spotted one of the ill.

body, and he oa~led th~ police.

English major, he continued his

,ned hoao. +tooe+the sthttho +dnd+oo at st. d--

"I~ok at ~e ennoesl" he inen to the Jaqui Funeral Home th Annapolis, Md.. Harvard Uni-

.~tm~ed to Joe, He had. seen in Highland Park, the body was versRy, and the New SChOOl of

trouble, idet~tlfled by Mr. "Trkb~s. tteclal Ro~eprch in New Y o r k

The boys raa ¢o the scene,

City. He aL~o att~n4ed the Ne~

waded into the river, and within BPA~$ Final MeetS,iS [ Jersey B a n k e r s Association

tO minutes they had" helped

five other persons avoid death. 0~ SenSOR On Mo~idsy ! Princeton. School of Public ReteBons In

demth records and lath expect fop the Franklin High School live# In Westfleld.

to go to college, Richard indtha~- Ba~d parents AssoCiation will

thg a desire to become a pilot, be held Monday at 8 p,m+ ~, the

Joseph is the son of Mr, & hldh sch~] e~foterla.

Mrs. dosePh--,ofleU].e~ Alat~gndththoreg~arbunl- PUCILLO .

Road. Rieberd’s p~rents are Mr. nees, election of officers viii be

& M~. R t c h ~ r d Kerr~ of 3,

~LORIST

held. Nominated for president

Ulyss~s Road.

and

are Vincent Bosoy and Robert GREENHOUSES

According to the police report, Swanton. Nomteatnd fur vicethe

mlahap occured while the prssident are Mrs. R o b e r t

Sliced Bacon

~VH

Linde., .....o+ and a groop of~,~pholh..Iva~reArg.i+oed

14c LR.

frlend~ were ean6elag in t w o Edwin Bailey, Mrs+ S, d. De

45~b ¯ canoes ~hove the thek. Mr. Salva kas b~er~ nomina~ for

Mrs. Lindeman were riding In secretary, Mrs. Hllilavd

LINDEN HOUSE we eeparate ea~oas" and police

~ ~

, pouucey for treasurer.

said that Mrs. Lindeman could[

not mwlm. Others in the group .......... , -incl

art’s ~ tided the drowned m . i a pttDJt¢ rla~ee Ill cite alga schOOl

today from 8:30 to 11:80 p.m.

brother, Arthur Jr., 23 M L S S

I’d a the

Joyea Ka~egra~de, and Mr.&

Cn ~atu ay, JU~ tl, fla-

TALL M re , Robert-Tvidus wl d th ~ ir ~oetetten will fete the high

MILK

HAN ,8-month-old son, Robert Jr+, all

subs] band end its . affiliated

-- -- of St land

g I+ ~ u p s 8t a pxcnic on Duke

,stnnd Park. Dr. Paul Christof

After both ce~oes were taken ferson is tn charge el arrange-

Sctt Ti

,.0 w+,.’e ,o+, WeXoh .aS delta.

O Sstle ~o~ ..d ,e,te.fed .i . s~o+ bo~o+ ~t+th ,.+.teg m~.

+ the fa]ls~ Robert Trlhus felt, as

TRIDE OF TlIE FARM

he told police later, that

canoe wi~J~ h~ wife aw3 ~lid

his YO~EN WINS SALES P~E

Green P,as

’.’RHE ll’+++’~--++’+++°’°’--"--

lg OR. CAN

tO rever’~e dE’e~’ti~n, Mrs. tin- a sates contest conducted

demart becae~e en~u~sed, ar.d the E~ecLroI~x CoraraIion+

VALVEETA YELLOW CLING i~siead ,pad~ded lowa.rd ~ falq- prize Is a o~e-week stay at ~e

SlicedPeaches + o,.-o+ 23 ° +++

l~s ehUd by t~raw~ng hh-n d~w-

LIND~

~REGULAR,

D

@C

~g F

HI

d

CKEN@

O~ @LIVER.

--

ENDICO - SLICES

FULL

LB. CAN

7C

the C~ild+ Trythg to reso~e his

wife, Mr. LLndeman w~e pulled

dow’~ by the ueder~ow, aN li~

_..Sw:s, __Cheese I,,R.H

D° ........-

for thei

The youths, commended last

OZ. PKG. week by the Township Cotmeil __ ~"~’,~

r braverE~ Were not the

Collard Greens

L,R.E

J ng and community splril. The

:it firmt .id +q~uds or tlxm 5th

mobilized and aummoned Iv the

~~~,~

60% RE~

LINDEN FARMS FROZEN - e,:el,e of the ac~de~. They

Oo,,e

|0 ..... +,li++,ed their ,a+k with

Turnip Greem L,ROE c .,.+f.thg +a,+," aeo0r+,o,

o0++ 10CZ. PKG.

to Lowell W. ~vae~, captain ol

the Sovth Bound I~rook Sqtmd. gardens

.

,

,into this operation shows the

+’

B ~/~ 5th District Squads ~s ~n el+

Round B~Ook Rd, (RL P~) Middlesex, N. d,

8nsna~

POUND$

flelent and well trained group." 4 and 5-ROOM APARTMENTS

.... te to the dl.tri+t mere- with PRIVATE SWIM POOL!

bershJp this week.

FIRM RED RIPE

~

t

The hody of Mr+. Liedeman

Each apt, has Indlvldually-eontroSed

C was found Tharsday on the mud ~

T

flats of Meadnw Road, Edison,

Feathrtes KvlVinathr Re,E*lgeraterBI

2 29

~ " omatoes NOW renting for Spring r~c-apartcy iuxtwlo1~l

CARTONS s e v e r a t miles downstream

from the accident, This came in 1

convenience

and 2 bedmm~

praetteally

e, par~nents

at your

with

d~or~le

ever~

the wake of efforts made last Orade school aero~s the sire’el; btmes at ~e

pro rty; shopping and hlsh school wRhlr*

l WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES week ,to locate the body, wa~r~g distance ,50% parking private

8a,m+tODp.m, Ssm.tg a:m. fo 8p,m, Scuba dlveraaearched the bar " Bwmm~g POOl for re~flden~; large dine-in

kltehen~ plus separate dthinS r~rnsl

E.m+¢ CHEER CaSmNO sxmvfvE

~ 4+ ROOMS (1 Bedroom’ $] ]2 (~

A. BESSENYEI & SON xJ]’ 5 ROOMS (2 Bed~oms) 8] 3~

You Save When You Patronize O,l ..~.~ ,.,.,,ed

Advertisers in This + Newspaper

+ -’+ I

,,.~.=.....t, ~,.~=..~., ...~,

I

ql


i~,~ ,,,~ t.~.~, ,,....., ..., t~ ~ ..’ The. Franklin


Let~ ~e Aprii 2~aN Q~uual ~ues~ lhnl w h o n ~aJd

holiday in New Jers~y~ bonds wiU have matn~

Aprit ~ WaD the day when ed i|~2J~ the S~te wiil

Senate Bill No~ 15~ QS a~ended

f~l ~aw ~ughee

~eceIve a~u~tl¯ f ~ ~ m

~ ce~d~t~o~ai ~a~ s~Id t~rnplhe ~lin

~e~e~ w~s adored ~nd thoh the ~g,~0,~ ~ $4~0~000

force ~I ~aw~

after ali nodal oper~t.

Th~s ~ che Turnpike ~pI~

Ing ~s~ have bea~

~easu~ ~s new~a~ has P~id~

bee~ ma~tJo~n~ so ire~uent~ ~ ~A~ we~e ~d a ~w k~S~

recent ~o~ Th~s ~ ~e ~n- t~m~s ~ the paui~ ~ ¯

~Ike S~I~

s

~ve ~en ~o

~S and so~a~S ~ s~e ~

~T~k~ ~ u ~ p I ~ s ~ for

Sc~col~l

~

~,d,o ....... 0

Finding oil s few feet behind

Star-spcmgled savings-pl~.

your back porch is ~nv~v candy

It must have been -- as the

stuff compared with this benan- cors~spondertte 1"epotted -- one

za, thls Motbe~ Lode, this De- of the most unusual days to re-

Beers d~amond vein. this lake of cent U. S. Senate history, when

cultivated pearls -- this sweet two of the mildest mannered

and tovely ’round-the-clock mint

men

Leader

in the

Mike

chamber

Mansfield

-- MaJorit¯

of Manoperatinn,

thna and Cltttord Case of New

This is the great horde of Jersey~elasbedwlthflerytom-

money many skeptics said was a pars and tongues,

myth, or that It was unconstitu-

M~nsCeId, Democrat, was tr¯tlonal

to tap, or was J~t plain ins to stop Case, Sepubltoa~,

peStical hootenanny,

from broadening the B o b b y

It’s no myth and its n~ pelitl- Baker inquiry.

cal boot. It’s a constant stream C a s e lost ~ but when the

of fresh monay--snd It soon will votes were ootmted one of thee

be inading the ~tate Treasury¯ who had v~o t e d with him was

And It’s coming to the puhSe New Jersey’s Junior senator,

after 1972 -- only eight years Democrat Harrison Williams,

The GaP, angling to tie Wit-

~ar years it could, ]Jams to the ~aber boy, now

s~te m. l~pensored J~thds lts~ll fl~ug with ~ery

steered by senale BSI Ozza~I as little line or bait,

Most of" ul think Ibout the future IH

.r~’e e¢~ to bu~/~¢v~t~ B~ ~ ff~ ’

~k*’ms of peytn O~ the mort4~gge. Pe¢~-o~ Pkm *ei4a~ .1~o~ .~ .A¯ #~o

odue~tI~ the e~IdrOth provldBII a ~ Bo~ $I&F11,

:retirement income. ~nd ~ .e~ ~ I~ ~ "~¢~ ¯

:But with the World the W~p it II ~o~¢~ d~rs~pcS~41a Oe6s~.

t~l~., it’s almo~ imposslbin to ~e them ~M at c~ bamb* .Yo ~ I

p]l~s

eonsi~erinlftbe£utu~o~0u~e.0un

for ¯ou~ own future witheu~ /oe~

t~y, too. Buy Jisd44 !1 14md~ ~w

When you blty ~. ~, f~ving~ ktHm H fit" g~mm! Immm~

BoU dl~ ~’ou~ m t~kes on b~11 ¯.,~ .

~ob~,.t tffowe ~o~ulld yoltr ~------ Ika~t nim thins ~

~’~ltgth ~I S Ioad¢

At the le tlme, It helps Ua~ie

~ wl~, OVUle qll~ pages itltd w~m~ ¯ matm~ t’

Ioet~tlW, ¯ malgtedtht~----e~

y~ eaa d~ th~oa I | s

W~0tgive~four strings dolinta

Ira mhed

t~ doubl’e ~ss~men~? You’ll be ¯ Ycm am

~o nJn~ mtlUons of American famtlins ou need ~ ~ If ~" I

wh~. are inve~tlni in their cour*tr3’s ¯ ~l Send# Ire re,diced ~ ff[

~uture- au~ u’ll grobeblp ~sel leth d~xnyed, era teSta

~ ~o~ it.

I

~$p.freodo~ [M y0~r future wi~h

be p,ooised to d asso.es ...am.’ ot. ouet be.bbod

¯ ,er.oya~ ths, ,he i~ ~ewas on. ~. shr..d.t ~oves

Jersey Turnpike will remain a in many seasOns. He has torn a

~

U ¯ S ¯ _SAVINGS’

BONDS

r~

, ,,,se o.,.,

toil road after the East bond pay- huge gap in Bernard S~anley’s merits are made la 1972. senuiorinl aapJratloh.

:

le~[~8 ~’~0~i~#t*l~akd ~ded~llIWd~ ~tO6g~p

~pa[~

¯ [k~l~t~ldlq~dm~M..dt~jMj

~P

PiP

0~t.

I/t~t

~d~M~"

~f d~tltte~ .~q#t ~ 4q~

’ "

Ozzard atlputoted in his orig-

Inal measure that the Highway

Department should

trot of the ’Pike lmmedintely

after the last couPOns are re-

Camptoln Bd.

Above

Qlad¯s Ave.

WAREHOUSE

Open daily & 8at., °’.30 to ~:80; Ittt. night ’tit

OUTLET Tke Way, A Let.

9 p.m, "Lesi to Pay.

deemed, The Highway Uepart-

~ent Cguredlt e°’td cutT ....

pike COsts by s quarter milHon

a ¯ear, and if this provisisn had

remained Intact it would have

I . I III

m

MAY STORE WiDE SA !!

.

F~ne Fy~P~rB ot~

Down.to.Eart~t Priees~

meant that in 197S we would

have had one less monarobial

authority in our midst. The GOVernor

considered it would be

~[VING ROOM ~

SALll pRICK

REDKOOM"

SAL] PnlCl~ ]gag. ~1~,00

BEDDING

pR~C~

SALI~ ~1~

pre~a*ure -- ~Pe. ~,M ~, 15~" ~*"s°°"~s’=

.o,~ MA~BZSS

On-or

transfer of ’Pike operations, Oz-

I MA~INO CI][AIgB, Eyloi ~dPC. EEDROOM OR BOX tPEING

zard agreed to delete this Eubber Bet..9.96 Or.o Type

ti .... d th .... nded version ]tog. ,1,9.. R0Ck Mapth ,4.. 1KA~TRE88 OR BOX SpREqG 24" ,

o, tbo h,I .so, though tho ~.. ~.i....o.~ 12~

~FA I Poam Seat and DK~ER, 1WIKROR, ,,- :Bug, $~9,0~ Complete

Legislature. --"

’Bark

~HEST, POB~ER BED

ROLLYWOOD

Then,I~matouimafthislugis- ,~s..s...,,o.~Beb. 189~ ~.BOOM, Do.~.E...,

intive march is to put new funds

Se,.,,s..,~,o.

where they are needed most--in.

to the school d~stricts, to relieve

3-PC ~LBCTIONAL

Be.. IBiS JR F.m ]5~ched 4M9,

Cheat & Bookcase

Ee*, t~49.9~

~

~1.~1~

BOX SPRING ~ MAgPIe:EBB

&B B~es

the stooped and .... ¯ h ......

owner. Senate Bill No, 15

~I~TCHINON Ion SOFA CILtIRS&S

I77

MODERN =BROOM

~EPI~ER BeE SPKIN~h8

OR MATTRESS~ Sl~ ONLY

s ....that ,oil...l oon,ouo Ses ,,.0, Bel.,. SOFA, ~mg~ug."." ’~oo",-. ,,,.- ¢~"

with this language: S CEAIR8 moalSed backs, foam~,

TRIPLE DRESSER, UHEST s.. SOPA BI~I~

"At any time that tolls are ~lot

~’nshinB¯d [BB ~mel~l~lLtl lq~l~ & BaObAbS BED

r e q u i r e d for t~e purpose of Beg.

~]~ ¯ TABLES ~}~carrying

out and performing tho DI~ETTF~

i ~E~UINE THER-A-PEDIC

BOX 8PBINO OR MATTRESS

terms and provisions of any con-

OD~ ~LPB C2]AIR~ ~6 , ,

Beg. $~9.96

~

tract with or tar the benefit Of

SeE.

P~o. m a’. ROOM SIZE RUGS

e a U s e tolls for the use Of the

turnpike projects to be charged

Beg. m,9~

TABLE ~ 4 CHAIRS 4~

PLATFORM RO~KRR~ 3~ Re

S.

f~9.00

9~

¢~omb. with "Nl~ton k Rnither Th~e~l.~bbor Back

and collected at th ...... etes

Ozl~ RUGlt -- AR Oelor,

as w e r ¯ last charged and collecind

by 1be auihorBy ~ . , a~d

~o change or rev[stoF, shall Se

Beg. ~,00

TABLE & .S CRAIK8

Peg. KI60.@0

"

LOUNGERS

8TRA~OLOUNOERReg" |I0~.9~ ’

4f

7~

Beg. $79,~

9.10 WOOL RUG~

m,d. in s.c~ rate..*~pt .s ~. s~.,.~E 89"

’--" Be"""

shall be speciflcaSy authorized

by law."

~.nd how much will the

plus be? Just like we’ve been

8 a y I n g ~ about 40 million a

& 8 01~J[~8

I~O 8UPI~I

STEp

All

COCKTAIL TABLES

~es

TERMS TO SUIT

~ ..... LABGE YARIE’Iw.~ OF OAKP~G

Pz~m 1~,8~ Sq. FL

If the skeptics have any doubt s ,

¯ about "*’ the surplus pile, we urge ~ Warehouse Furniture ! , i 0

them in do~ Dte he~Wy ]~lstee--- , , ¯

nnd rend thin ])art of the "~isoni ....

65

~oin in se~ato, ,o..~.’~d.*.~ __

March 6, 1~41 ....

r’II Is estimated, bas- OPEN DAILy & ~a_T. 9I~ ~M, TO:dE~0¯P,M I. I~ 5q[~ 0 T,M, ¯

ed upon L euerent ~9o- -

/~J"


IISXI~UTIVE SEKVICE’C~ORI~ executives and arrange for ~olr

The agency for In~ornaUonal placement overseas, Vobmtsers

Irunge for experienced American paniss, Prlma~ly~ the prograr~l

~w~ise~men to work far vary- will be financed bY ~o ovvr~as

Lag perlods in ~eveloping eoun- firm paythg its American execu.

r¢corame~d Jb espeots]ly Shlee V~]ui~te¢.r*s pareflt g]rnl th this

tl0n of ¯ mnjor problem eneou.t- Income with a sainry contrthu-

, the Executive aerviee Crops Will

The greatest stsg]e obstacle to be met by contrinutions t r o m

eeollomi¢ developmenl is not B corPoration~ and fotmdations; it

t a c k of money" but the almost ! llecessary~ AfD Is prepared to

B~Iule absence of ezperlen~d . make supp]emen~aIT grants.

~echnical and ~’,anagerial par-I CtLr~tly, a "committee oombonne]

Jn de~tsptsg ]ands. posed of six business leaders is

ForeLgn aid money is misused, I working on plans to estab]iBh the

~f not wasted, when It Is not. ~xeeutive ~rvlee ~rps. Prehmldled

by skilled executives.. ]lrrdnary studies b~llcate I h a t

although a developing ce~- I m a n y Arner]c~ bt~glne~men

t r y may have ~remelldot~s would Want t0 votsnther for dt~ty

k~ J n e r a I resot;rees, aF41p]e with this Corps. Developtsg

~apit~l and aU the necessary countries have al~o expressed

eagerness to participate in such

~qulpment. it will not profitably

mine and market its ore unless

a program.

~apable engineers ¯ n d ex- i I fav0r the creation of an Ex-

:, C00L COUPLg.--In pest Springs, fl wee swalIowlug goid0sh, ~ufflng phone booths

,~d ~hthg pinnv~. Nowadays, it’s dancL~g with the eouple~ holding an ice cube "

~eutives are available to operate ~cutive Servtoe C~rps. 1 thtsk it

~le new industry, "Phe E~ecuUve. O~ers an excellent opportunity

~e~t ~.~¢1~ ~o~e~qd[~. ~ h0Me~’~ ,shove ~tenti DeP~tIW ~1~ G~eeB~t~e~ ll~d.

i;ervlCe Corps would provide the ~or American businessmen and ~

bxperisnced manttgement so ~orporattsns to contribute to

badlY neededthtbenon-Westem

|me world.

economic progress in the de-

[vetsplag nations. This program

YOU’P~ ~NV~dD "TO SEE

A~other adv~thge Of this pro* blcorpora~s ~y o~ the sd-

l __o. the--.e, o, th. ,_ oo,.,

~growth of prts~ buaine~ in de- [ without creat~ a r, ew gov¢l~-

Veloping n a t t o n s. Inevttably~ ~tent buremu and without uddl-

~oreign aid grits or Isa~s pans t J o n a I large govenarnent ex-

,tom our ,ore--eat to annther

pea~;e. Lastly. it WOLl]d m,ke ~8.

~governmentl r a r ¯ ly does this

of the great wealth of skilled

t~oney trickle 0~wn to the e~- m a n d g ~r t a 1 "and t~hnieal

bernie level ~vhere In our court-" ~ersonnel avalinble in this O0un.

~ry prJvgte enterPrise satisfies try and eo badly needed In debasic

cvnsumer and Industrial, veloplng lands.

~eeds. TO show thst our free en- [ -- --

~erprl~e system can effectively[ JUDGE SNAPPED .RANK

~nd rapidly promote economic’ . .

~evetopment, American bus

A Londoner

.

was

.

la ed or con.

. . t e ]n p t in a divorce court for

e s s mJghl well a~st firms snapping his fingers at a ~udge’s

~verseas.

order not to bother his estranged

Appropr ate y, the Exeeut vs ’ wile,

Service Corps would not be a

" .

"~

i, overnmen~ operation. A private After e lO-year siege. Troy ,

orgnnlzation will lucale volun-fell to the Greeks in I184’

reefs among American businessaccording to Homer. I

1963 CHEVROLET hnpala Cony. V-8

Automatic ¯ Power Steering

- Absolutiy Like New -

1962 VOLKSWAGON~ 2Dr. Radio &

Heater .

CHRYS R:

PLYMOUTH

~~T

a.C.~ CHRYSLER

PLYMOUTH

1959 CI~EVROLET Impala; 4Dr. Sedan

’, V.8, AuL~m.dc ¯ Powder Steeq~nR:& Brak~ ~: :, ’/

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i with children = aad yo~/ng

people) ’~ she SQAgS. °I meet eBeh

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I I can. Camden Street $ e hoe I

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usn rOuraferouraetivli

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’ Geneva has laudht Sunday

at Rut-. Sehuol al Mt Ca vary Baptist

gers In Newark Is grt~dtJ~tthg Io Church in Newark a11d served aa

June and the uolversity’s’ rampus

~ere will be just a little

oeenh’ ~ext September.

le~ vice-p?esident o/ the y o u n g

: odul4s Profe~lonal of the ~legl’0 Women’s Businems Club. & ¯

~cn~¥a S t r e e l e r of 30d Boih ae~lvi¢ies resulted in ~chof

C n m d e t~ Street, Newark. has

held as many dil~rellt heeuty

~(]es ~$ moat students Sold sum.

mer jobs, told her photo .has

graceO the cover af two nattona]

m~gaz]iaes, Jet and El)any,

arahips, which have 8t~pplement-

ed a t~Brt-t 1 m e Job as a dentraJ

a~slstant.

Gez~,va a]so woo scholarship~

from the Jlmior Leagxtere ia

N e w O r k al~d in the reee111

girl to he elected c’amp~s queen at B~’~Inch Break Park in Bellent

Rxttgers in Newark. , vii]e, Ill which ~he placed third.

In between beauty Conlests, At ~,u~gers, Genev~ ’~as a

however, the p r e t t y history cheerleader ahd a r~ember qt

major has engaged Jn a dizzyin~ lhe I~ i ~ ~ o r ~, Club, the Mi×a¢l

~und el activities in aBd out of. el]diP, the student hral)eh of the

school.

Of these, her mo~t set’lous and

prehaptl mo~t ~lgllific~nt, is her

veLunteet’ work wlth underprh,b

NAAGP and Del~a ~gma Chl

Sorority¯

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career began at

age 1, w h e I1 she was earned

COI.INSEL PROM A OOVEIt OIBL ~ Geneva Streeter~ center, a selSor a| the Nukgers Newark

College c[ Arts &. ~ie~ees~ i~$pects ~tprons made ~y a grnup el g~rls II~ Newark wlth wh~tt she 0uil-

~u©ta an I~ormai eo-imsellny ami aetlvRy ~rogr~.m In Gamden Street School.

leged glrls ~t a Newark elemen- Miss NAACP in Moniel~ir, Some Purity" of the "Purity, B o d y ~ naSonal contesL Geneva whiles [ " The graduate of Ne~

tary si~hoo I, Geneva spends

several hours u week with a

time inter P. Baliamine & Sans and Ftsvor" theme,

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. hl?ne~s o n Two years ago, ",he lecal Shrln-! i

away "spare" hours swimmthg~

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n , e’s p~eked O~neva as t h e 1 r (she plaeod seeoad once lit a career 8tnr [ng In Pall, ,A,hea she

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of interesl in the sreo, where she vppenred ~s"M [ 9

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RU~rGERS PRESENTS nin~ New . " ". ,.

O. ~aekman ot

HONORARY DEGREE: ~.Y. a zg2? i

who Is general ~ewB editor of the

Rcmalo Belaneourt, rnilrto Associated Fre~s~ Dr. Jerome

president of Venezuela W[]l W, (~onn., a 1924i Rt~gera gradamong

10 reeiplenLn 6t honorary uato, director of the Department

degrees at Ruigers University’s o! gndoertooingy mid Metabof

LaboratorY at the University of

"lane univc~,stty also will hoc~oz Michigan, and Gordon M. Fair,

3ohn T. Conner of SarnralL pres. ,rrdessor o~ sanitarY engineer

fldent of Merck & Ca. Inc. thg at Harvard University.

N clio]as daB. Katzenbaeh, De. At Its mortd~t commencement

puty Attorney-General of the exc~cises. Dm~ass CoUoge Will

United States; A’. Philip Ran. award the honorary degree of

do ph , vce president of the AFLi

Doctor of Let era to art histof

CIO and an organizer of the Inn Mary Batlett Cowdrey of

Brotherhood of Sleeping C~r Passaic, a 1938 gaduate of the

Porters; Frederic W. Smith of college, and Marjorie HeRe Nb

M a d i s e n. Newark attorney,! cnison, former dean ol Smith

member of the State University College and Easllsh Department

Board of Governors, and a 1902 ebaJ r man in the Graduate

graduate of Rutgers; James E.

BrYan of Newark,- librarian of

School o! Columbia University

who s now a member af the In-

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the Newark Pttblie Library; Ben]stituin for Advanced Study at

Shabn of ~on~wl~ n.l~p ~. Princeton.

SUMMER -’ CAPITAL

DRIVING

CHAOS -- Tbere’s always a bit or ’ehae~H ~apl~l Hill but a m~Jor p~b~m pogped

FUN BEGINS

for the first tenants

Ticks A

th-tks new laybttrB ~lald ing, thJr¢l ~iT~ sthtloture ol the House. ~ Pro,

the ings ot trOusers or slacks in M0tmtai~. Spotted Fever Virus.

l a mosquito repellent such aa In. Dogs are not susceptible to this

,at "HOAGLAND’S PONTIAC"

with the FABULOUS

¯ ¯ dnione. Sl~kssponldbed-rybe-di~ease, huth ..... e.

For Plckmckers th~ wearing, I You may protect your dog .by

Examinu your clothing fPe- dLpptog him weekly in a soLution

iT ou are anntn g a Ionic p .... .... ooninto .....

in the wo~s, going fishing or ine ~e body caretotiy .~ar- rotenone and g ounce~ at good

working In the wood lot, you can tlcniarty the back ot the head, soap in I gallon of water. Dust-

PONTIAC odd BOk~ to ~.o,= li.t o~ h=~,-~s, p s~r.~thg or d,,~ing a to,=- th~ tw~ee a ".eek with ~ ~r~nt

FOR ’64

~ong fevoflte haunts of’tlcksl foot band along roadsides ~xd

are abandoned innde grown up’pains] wai L~.ni~ eonlrol tthks

lnbrush’and w~oda. Newde-lfor about two weeks. DD~ at

rotenone la also effective

destroys O,as too.

FormoreintormatloaenGnicL

and

Yelopmente in former heavily ] ra~e ot 2 patmds per acre th dust

wood areas have reported heavy, or spray form Is r~rnm~nd~d.

write to Agricultural Extension

Service, Somerset County Ad-

Infestations, Ticks feed on theI DoSs running freely raay ~lck ~thistra~[o~ B~lding, fiomer~

blood of smell animals living in ~ Up several hundred "Lie.ks in a yL~]e.

". " al/ch . places.

To protect yoarseH whi}e th’

! day and bring them Some, ~’~e e e i

are ~armth] to the vitality ~nd Gn the average, one in every

tick tolestnd areas, wear trou- dl~ositlon of the dog.and also eight persons probably wilt be.

or slacks pushed into the may be dangerous as~he Amer- ~oms ah capital pattee~ this

19~4 SPI~IA¢ OI=A~tD P~x ~Fe~ ¢0.F* =k tal~ of socks. It Will help to soak to~m dog tick carries the Balky Fear,

2-year ~amnomtee

3/uU years to pry

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