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Sunday, March 8, 1964
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THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH 8, 1964 a SPRING PirK in Three Parts Superbly shaped by Handmacfier, this 100 wool suit has ways of looking "TC fresh - and crisp around the clock. "10? Olte Count lAJcu 218 cherry hill mall no 2"3234 '.-w a and ELLISBURG SHOPPING CENTER HA 9-044 3 MJ3ta?QnrIDG "RANCHERS, 2-ST0RIES, SPLIT LEVELS, OR YOUR PLANS THE ONLY HOME C?) WITH A BUILT-IH YRAnJarrainiw ( AFFORD ) V HOT TO LOOK? FREE BROCHURE! Mail to: Vir-Mac Construction Co. Rt. 1 30, Bridgeport, N. J. NAME... ADDRESS .... ...... ........ ...... CITY DO YOU OWN YOUR LOT? . . ....... STATE . m tiifii'H'hUidw i 137 Of Social Interest ... Weddings and Engagements MISS JUDITH GAIL JOHN- . , SON, daughter of Mr. and r , - Mrs. Hubert W. Johnson, of 31 Pine Grove ave., Lindenwold, be came the ' bride ; Saturday of Christian H. Harch, Jr., U. S. N son of Mr. and Mrs. Harch, of Indian Branch Park, Hammon- ton, at a 4 P. M. ceremony in Laurel Springs Baptist Church. The - Rev. Edward Peterson pastor of Linden Baptist Church Camden, performed the cere mony The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was attended by her sister, Linda, as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mary Ann Price, of Lin denwold; Diane Matson, also of Lindenwold,- and Mrs. Joseph Bamford, of Philadelphia, the bridegroom's sister. Thomas Weiss, tf Lindenwold was best man. Ushers included Richard Busch, of Clementon; Charles Shaw, of Haddonfield, and Joseph Bamford, his brother-in-law. .-' Ruth June Tomlinson, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. William D Tomlinson, of 83 Manor ave Oaklyn, and Warren Harry Phillips, son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Phillips, of 140 E. 9th ave., Pine Hill, were married Saturday, in St. Mark's Lutheran Church Oaklyn. The Rev. Dr. C. Donald Heft performed the 6 P. M. cere mony. A reception followed. The couple left for a honeymoon trip to Florida. - Announcement has been made of the marriage of Marcia Mae Jacobs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Jacobs, of 21 Center st., Westville, to John Adley Ottinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Ottinger, of Gibbsboro rd., Kirkwood, which took place on Friday, Feb. 14 The Rev. Edwin E. Wisser, Jr., performed the 7 P. M. ceremony in St. John's Luther an Church, Westville. A reception at Moffa's Farms, Blenheim, followed. : The marriage of Lynne Eck- man, daughter of Mr. and Mrs H. Leonard Eckman, of 302 Montgomery ave., Pitman, and Arthur Richmond Henry, Jr., of Baltimore, Md., son of Mr and Mrs. Henry, of 111 S. Jerome ave., Margate, took place Saturday afternoon at the Baptist Church of Pitmin The Rev. Reese Mahoney, 'pastor of Lakewood Baptist Church, and former pastor of the Pitman church, performed the ceremony.. Mrs. Robert C. Haythorn, of Perth Amboy, was matron of honor for her sister, who also was attended by Susan G Piper, of Reading, Pa.; Karen E. Nielsen, of Glen Cove, Long Island, N. Y., and Carole H. Perry, of Pitman. " The bridegroom's brother Ralph, of Margate, was best man. Meredith Henry, of Mar gate; Bruce K. Eckman and Leonard B. Eckman, both of Pitman, were ushers. Announcement has been made of the engagement of . Maro Rita Cavallo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Cavallo, of 254 Memorial ave., Haddon township, to John Walter Chojnacki, son of Mrs. John Chojnacki, of 1159 Thurman st., .gmv 1111 $ . Nancy Elizabeth, to Edward John McGettigan, son of , Mr and Mrs. Anthony J. McGetti gan, of 159 New Jersey ave., Collingswood. No date has been set for the wedding. The engagement of Patricia Palencsar to Mr. J. Robert Lodge, son of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Lodge, of 114 Rockingham rd., Cherry Hill, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Palencsar. of Nanty-Glo, Pa. . The wedding is planned for October. Owners Seek Aircraft Fee WILDWOOD, March 7. Aircraft owners and airport operators have proposed an annual State registration fee: on airplanes. Proponents believe the levies, similar to those paid by owners of motor vehicles and boats, would forestall a rash of local property taxes which, they contend, may cripple aviation in the State. Local taxes are imposed at only a few of the State's 77 airports. - Assessments have been levied on a building used for aircraft at the Cape May County Airport, in Lower township. 'IMPUHTANT NUTIUL! TO ALL NEW JERSEY FARMERS: Top Quality BLUEBERRY HARVESTING EQUIPMENT PLAN AHEAD! For June Delivery ORDER NOW! Mechanical Picking Unit Cleaners Sixers (Grodert) Blueberry and Orchard Air Pruntr Alto Bud-Air Equipment For further Information Contact: WILLIAM HAGERTHEY 216 MAIN ST. VINCENTOWN, N. J. 463-3113 MRS. ARTHUR the HENRY "late Mr. Camden, and Chojnacki. The wedding is planned for September. Mr. and Mds. William J. Shore, of 239 Emerald -ve., Westmont, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Barbara, of New York City, to Larry Christian Rodenbeck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. 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' i The Inquirer brings you ALL the news with complete background information, analyses and forecasts by America's leading columnists. Read ALL about it every day in The Philadelphia Inquirer. N. J. Movie Timetable (Features and time (abject to chance by : management) CAMDEN ARLO "Mutiny, on the Bounty" cont 1. MIDWAY "The Quick and the Dead' and "Airbourne" and "The Vikins Women" and "Sea Serpent cont. 1:30 SAVAR 'The Miaadventuret of Merlin Jones' cont. 2. WALT WHITMAN "McLintock and ine caretakers cont. 2:45. SUBURBAN ABSECON (DriTe-in) "Dead Ringer" and "Crawlin Hand" and "Slime People' cont. 7. ATLANTIC CITT (Ceater)-"A Global Affair" cont. l. (Hollywood) "A Comedy of Terror" cont l. (Shore) "Not Tonight Henry" and "The f ruit is Ripe cont. 1. AUDUBON (Century) "Man in the Middle" cont. 2:45. BLACKWOOD (Blackwood)-"The Car- dinar 5. . BORDENTOWN (Dix Drlye-in)-"The Terror" 6, 10. "Dementia 13" 7:30. "Battle Beyond the Sun'-:4S. BRIDGETON (Drive-in) "Man's Favor ite Sport" and "A New Kind of Love" cont. 7. - CHERRY BILL (Cinema) "Man's Fa vorite Sport cont. 2. (Community) "Secret Passions" 7. CLEMENTON (ClmeBton)-"L.ove With the Proper stranger" and All in a Night's Work" cont. 2. EGG HARBOR (Colonial) "Children of the Damned 7. . GLASSBORO (Glassbro)-"Tha Cardi nal" 8 P. M. only. GLOUCESTER CITY (King)-"Under the Yum Yum Tree and Bye Bye Birdie"-2. 7. :30. (Starlite Drive-in) "Four for Texas" and "Cash McCall cont. t. HAMMONTON (Circus Drive-in) "The Misadventures of Merlin Jones' and "Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed" cont. 7. MAPLE SHADE (Circle Drive-in) "Soldier in the Rain" and "Play It Cool" cont. 7. MOUNT EPHRATM (Mount Enhralm) "Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed" cont. 5. MOUNT HOLLY (Mount Holiy)-"The Wheeler Dealers"-2, 7. . OAKLYN (Rits)-The Small World of Sammy Lee" cont. 3. PALMYRA (Broadway) "Love With the Proper Stranger 7. y:15. PENNS GROVE (Grove) "Lassie's Great Adventure "2. 4. he Prize -7. :20. 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