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NYACK, N. Y., MONDAY, NOVEMBER II, 1963 THE ROCKLAND COUNTY JOURNAL-NEWS 9 Members Are JnsfaJed SPECIAL Armistice Day By Jayncees Orientation and installation Foot Mode Shoes TUES. - WED. - THURS. - FRI. ONLY 4 DAYS of new members was the main order of business Wednesday at the November meeting of the Nyack Jayncees in the home of Mrs. William Osgood, Sunset Dr West Nyack. Mi's. Herman Branath, Immediate past presi dent, was the installing officer. Those Installed were Mrs Richard Colgan. Mrs. Peter Al SALE j r '' V ii v1frf len and Mrs. Bruce Hull. As their first official activity as Jayncees, these new members will be responsible for the annual Christmas caroling party for Nyack Jaycees and Jayncees. Mre. James Beard and Mrs. R. Gaston Scott, who were guests, explained the function, activities and needs of the Elm-wood Club, a social organization ponsored by the Rockland Coun CHILDRENS SHOES $300 REG. to 7.99 CHILD SHOES 2 $700 Reg. to 8.49 ty Mental Health Association. Young Living Nine Score And Seven Years Ago The Gettysburg Address is 100 years old this week. I can recite it in my sleep the first paragraph, at least and so can you. That's just the trouble. The Gettysburg Address has become a string of words we chant, too often without thinking what they mean What a shame If ever it Joins the company of Richard Stans (Know that Joke aKnnf h I tn ? "Who is Richard Stans?" the schoolboy asked his mother. "He must be very important, because every morning we pledge allegiance to the flag and to the republic, for Richard Stans.") There's a Joke about the Gettysburg Address too "That's where to write to Mamie and Ike." But it seems to me that this year, if ever there was one, when-we should all reread the ottvsbure Address without a smile. We should read it seriously, not for its well-known rhythm and grace but for its content. The Gettysburg Address, 100 years old, is as topical as tomorrow's paper. Lincoln said, it". 18G3. "It is for us, the living, rather to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far o nobly advanced." I wonder how he'd feel If he knew that the work is still unfinished? Our time has seen "noble advance," but in 1963 we can hardly pretend that "the cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion" has gone forward with (in the language of the Supreme Court's 1955 order on school desegregation) "all deliberate speed." Five years before he delivered his two minute speech at Gettysburg, Lincoln said, "As I would not be a slave, so I would not be a master. This ex-resses my idea of democracy." What better motto for a modern youth who wants to help bring this nation the "new birth of freesom" Lincoln called for? I think that if you will go out of your way to support the belief that "all men are created equal" you will have an additional reward, one that money cannot buy, a kind of happiness that can come from self-respect alone. BRAILLE BOOKS BUILT Thanks to the current work of the Ramapo Woman's Club, blind students at the Blind Players' Club of Suffern will be able to read braille books, complete with ' Illustrations. The Woman's Club builds the books of cardboard and paper and illustrates them with textured fabrics. Shown above are. left to right: Mrs. Car-melo Raffacle, community service chairman; Mrs. Michael Adduce!, Jr., president; Mrs. Sonny Hershkowitz and Mrs. Bernard Stecher Staff Photo, Klein. Coming Events in Rockland ii fin Cm I Get slim ff ) around (( J) ths middle (Yt i health holiday it jj I DEAN'S I Nov. 12 card and mah Jongg party, Lieut. Walter Lipman Ladies Auxiliary, J.W.V.. Harvest House, Congers. Reservations Mrs. Milton Madans. Nov. 12 card party, sponsored By Willis Polhomius Aux. No. 9215, Upper Nyack, at Odd Fellows Hall, 138 Main St., Nyack, 8:30 p.m. Nov. 12 . U.C.P. meeting with Bernard Brooks, food decorator, as guest speaker. At Center for Physically Handicapped, New City. Nov. 12 card party, Lt. Walter Lipman Ladies Auxiliary No. 756, at Harvest House, Congers. Nov. 13 "Fashion Show and Tell", sponsored by Orange-berg PTA, at Western High way School. For Tickets Mrs. Ellsworth Kelser or Mr. Leonard Koall. 8:30 p.m. Nov. 13 Harvest Home, bene fit Nyack Hospital. Gift donations accepted and refreshments served. At the hospital, 2-4:30 p.m. Nov. 13 Cana Conference for engaged couples, at Sacred Heart School, Suffern. 8 p.m. Nov. 13 ham dinner and har vest fair, Ladles of the Round Table of Lutheran Church of the Cood Shepherd, Pearl River. Tickets Mrs. Victor Prezl-oso or Mrs. Dick Van Soostcn. 5 -7 p.m. Nov. 13, 14 Christmas sale, benefit building fund of Women's Group of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, New City. At the home of Mrs. John Sri-blch, 30 Crestwood Dr., off Congers Rd., New City. 10 a.m. 10 p.m. Nov. 14 "get acquainted" tea, League of Catholic Mothers of St. Joseph's School, Spring Valley, after the meeting which starts at 8 p.m. Nov. 14 theatre party, Fred Hecht Ladies Auxiliary No. 423 JWV, at Bergen Mall Playhouse. "Fantastlcks", with Tom Poston. Tickets Mrs. Larry Goldstein. 8:30 p.m. Nov. 15 card party, Mothers Guild of St. Paul's School. In the school auditorium, Valley Cottage, 8 p.m. Nov. 15 card party, Ladles Auxiliary of the John M. Per ry Post No. 1044, Sparklll, at post headquarters. 8:30 p.m. Nov. 15 barn dance, Conserva tive Club, at W. Pomona Cor.v munity Center, Rte. 306. Tick, ets at the door. 8:30 p.m. Nov. 15 rummage sale, Pearl River Jr. Woman's Club, at Hadeler's Corner Store, Pearl River. 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Nov. 15 rummage sale, La dies Guild of Lutheran Church of the Good Shephcrs Pearl River. At lower church hall, 9 a.m. 4 p.m. Nov. 15, 16-fall fair, WSCS of St. Paul's Methodist Church, Voorhls and Broadway, Nyack. Nov. 15, 16 Holiday fair. St. John's Parish House, Tompkins Cove. 2 5 p.m. Nov. 15 . Sale, Ladies Auxiliary, Empire Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1 at Upper Nyack Fire-house. 8 p.m. Nov. 15, 16 musical production, Sacred Heart parish, Suffern. Tickets at the door. Curtain 8:30 p.m. Nov. 16 annual book fair, spon sored by Upper Nyack PTA, In the all purpose room of the Upper Nyack school, 10 a.m.-4p.m. Nov. 16 - spaghetti dinner, spon sored by Halllday Nyack As sembly No-. 14, Order of Rain- AD VEBTISEMEN T 8 r? SAUNA Baths Whirlpool Tubs Steam Bsthi and Cabinet Swedish Mamie Stnqlt Trta ntnt 00 4 :35M Court t 10 Po 'or Appointment Ht River M011 Worth Knowing A friend gave us some interesting data on . V. .m Itfn ttiatl of man and r iha Itimr animals, which faC we thoughts we'd pass onLJfw&i to you. Fish JOHN MAI and reptiles live longer than birds. There is an ancient re cord (from the 13th century) of a pike that lived 267 years. Carps attain 150 years, as an example, and tortoises often live to 200 years. Parrots are known to live 100 years, crows to 70, geese to 80, and eagles to 110, while falcons are known to have lived to an age of 160. and storks to 100 years Horses rarely reach 50, camels up to 40, cattle to 30, dogs 17 years, cats 15 years, ana sneep to 1 years, mere are aumen tlcated records of men who have lived In times of record ed history (other than the bible) who reached the ages of 165, 152. 146, etc. Many more people than Is generally believed reach 100 years of age. Almost everything has definite life expectancy, but a business firm does not, because It depends upon so many things for Its continued life One of the most Important Is your good will, and we do ev pry1" possible at all time to strengthen our nonns wim you. MARSI MOTORS. INC. R.t 59, NANUET, NA 3 3811. bow for Girls. At Nanuct Jr.-Sr. High School, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Nov. 16 "Santa's Village", an nual bazaar of Tappan Reformed Church, at the Manse Barn, Tappan. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Nov. 16 dinner-dance, benefit St. John's building fund. Information Antonio Vilolo. At Hi-Ho Restaurant, Nyack, 8 p.m. Nov. 16 card party, Calvin Court, Order of Amaranth. Nyack Masonic Temple, Pier-mont Ave., 8:30 p.m. Nov 18 Rockland County Am erican Legion meeting, at Nan uet Ambulance Bldg. Hosts Nanuct and W. Nyack posts. 8 p.m. Nov. 16 food sale, Wesleyan Service Guild of Haverstraw ' Methodist Church. At Slack's Furniture Store, Broadway, Haverstraw. 10 a.m. Nov. 16 16th annual charity ball, Haverstraw Lodge UIK) Elks 877, at Harvest House, Congers. George Glassings band for dancing. 9 p.m.-2 a.m. Nov. 16 harvest dance, Ladies Auxiliary of Tappan Fire Assoc. at John M. Perry Post Legion Hall. Music by Jack Dalley. Nov. 16 harvest moon dance, Ladies Auxiliary of Nanuct Fire Engine Co. Music by Top Hats. At Ledcrlc Union Hall, 9 p.m. Nov. 17 book fair, Sacred Heart School, Suffern, 9:30 a.m.-2 p. m. Nov. 17 - Cana Conference for engaged couples, Sacred Heart School, Suffern, 2:30 p.m. Wecome Wagon Newcomers Hear Crosby On Wine The members of the Welcome Wagon Newcomers Club of New City heard Everett Crosby on the art of wine making recently. Mr. Crosby is owner of High Tor Vineyards, one the county's land marks, and his wine is stocked by New York's Four Seasons Restaurant and eating places all around Rockland County. He showed slides depicting the vineyards at various times of the year, explaining the Intri cacies of wine making as he we along. He also enlightened his listeners as to the mcalnlng of a vintage wine. The club held a square dance last week at Harvest House, attended by some 130 persons. A breakfast was served. A Christmas Dance, The Holly Hop, is planned for Dec. 6 at the Lodge in Haverstraw. Reser vations may be made through Mre. I.J. Langan or Mrs. Donald Corslg. The next regular meeting of the Newcomers Club will be Nov. 26 at the American Leg- Ion Hall, Now City. In present-day Athens, a fa vorite wedding gift from the bride's parents to the groom W quarter interest in a privately operated city bus. Selected Group 2 - $1000 Reg. to 10.99 Not All Sizes In All Shoes - - So . . . Get In Early CHILDRENS LINED LEATHER STORM BOOTS Reg. to 8.99 NOW $4.00 MENS REG. 10.99 to 18.99 DISCONTINUED STYLES .00 NOW 6" & 10' Ask About Joining Our Lucky Club 13 For Your Free Pair of shoes. FOOT MODE SHOES THE STORE FOR BETTER SHOES 88 N. MAIN ST. - SPRING VALLEY "Orlhodpedic Fitting Our Specialty' 'Dear Column! Last night my boss came to my home for dinner. He didn't even take off his coat and hat. Then he left before dinner was over. Should I ask 'for a raise?' INSECURE Dear Insecure! -- Not yet. Sound3 like your house is cold. Call Sinclair and let our expert service men Inspect your oil burner and put it in top condition. 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