Courier-Post from Camden, New Jersey on February 15, 1962 · Page 23
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Courier-Post from Camden, New Jersey · Page 23

Camden, New Jersey
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Thursday, February 15, 1962
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i THURSDAY in Soutli Jersey CAMDEN COUNTY Oloueeater Cinle 18. Lady Foreetore joreatere Hall, lilmireeter. e pm. Delawaretowne kiwauu Club, San limci. SO p m. Colllnipiwood I.loni Club, American Lesion Home, 6:30 p m. Haddonfield Board of Education, Lincoln Avrnue School, t p m. Hunmne Peer Cnunril. Degree of pocahonua, roreiten Hall, Gloui-eater, ' Haddon Township Planning Board, municipal building. I p m. fcast Camden Columbian Squire Clr-cla 71. 2?lh and Saiindi'ra alt., 7 pm. Mount fcphraim Mr Co. 1, flrehouae, P. Haddnn Height! Rotary House. 8 15 p m. Cpl Methewa-Purnell P vtif Haven ave.. ft D.m. East Camden Post 705, VFW, federal t . 11:30 pm. Tenth Ward Democratic dub, Hall. BIS Pearl at.. 8 D m. Runnemedo Lione Club, Are hall, Club, Friend- Poat lit, VFW, J80S Hua- 7 Kast Merchantyllle Fire Co., Wilbur ave, merry iiiu, a p.m. Deer Park Klre Co, lire hall. Ism. Laurel Spring! Chapter 237, OKS, Ha sniuc Temple, 7:30 p.m. Alco Kiwani Club. Atco Dining Room. '30 P m Alcoholics Anonymoui. Lakeland Hoi-Biml. 8 pm. Kirkwond Fire Co. 1. flrehouae. 8 p m. Rlaik Hone Pike VKW. Bunnemede, ' Ikterchantvllle Llont Club, Holly Hmise. C30 p m. New Jersey IMn 1, IOOF, 52$ Ben-inn St.. 8 30 p m HaddonHeld Liont Club, Hi men Hraise. 30 p.m. Kane Arctic Lodge lit, Maennerchor Bill. 27th at., D.m. Clementon AA Fire Co., flrehouse, I.M.P-ni , ... ,. .. . Asnianu nrw v,u., nr nun. 8 p m. .v.'TudVn'. ? pmA- m Z- AtUnl,C Per:,.HOill.,nt'?ukPe0n,,, l7fVrW' ,Ki ri7..f?.3 ." d Bl HLINtJTON COUNTY ciKITOMiM'' Club- Poreh and darlteld avea., palmyra. 8 p in. H,m'.'!!r!! ' " ''' Club. Manor nouae. e. 30 p m. i-evinown Board of Education, erset Park School. 8 D.m. Mount Holly AA lirmip, St. Andrew! Fpiacopal Church, High and Garden aia,, p m. , (il.OUCESTER COCNTY Woodbury AA Uiuiip, Presbyterian Church, Broad and Center its., 8: 30 p.m. Pitman Kiwinia Club. Hotel Pitman. 1.30 pill. Went neptford Township Committee, municipal building. 8 pm m CUMBERLAND COUNTY Millyllle AA Croup. Presbyterian Church. 2nd and Pine sta . 8.30 p ni KAI.KM COUNTY Salem AA Group, Court Houae. I.M p m. Som- fiellmawr Post 7410, hill. P m. Camden Housing Authority. City Hall VFW, borough and Redevelonln I. e. p.m Young Men! Catholic Beneficial Sn- y. K oi loucesiei j rehouse, 8 pm. elety. K of c nnme. (.lomeMer, a p m. (iioucesier rire to. , nigmana ram united Neiihbnrint Republican Club of Pine Hill. Legion Home. 8 pm. CnlhngsKood GOP Club, borough hall. I SO P m. Philadelphia Produce Trading and truck receipt! were light en the Philadelphia wholesale produce market Wednesday, according to the Federal-State Market News Service. All nearby commoditlea dull and about unchanged in price with the exception of mushroom which were alightly higher. Potatoes: 50-lb sack Katahdma Pa. mostly 2 Inc h minimum fair to good IT4-.M. moatly .75-0. few best I tin: Long Island 2-mch nun. kv 5. mostly ,to. Maine JNi inch nun. 1. 00-1.10. APPies: lanuna iraypaca ua fancy Pa. Hed NT Red 4 SO: Staymani 72 88! 2 75. cartons him bat u .v no $1,072,000 Romls Found on Three NEWARK (UPI)-Police arrested three men and charced them with possessing $1,072,000 in fraudulent General Motors Ac ceptance Corp. bonds. Detectives said the men had rented a room in a New York City hotel and had planned to sell the bonds for $2,500 Wednesday The name of the potential buyer was not revealed. Arrested were Frank Miceli Jr., 27; Frank Capizzi, 27, and Louis Viscito, 40, all Newark. All were charged with possession of fraudulent bonds. Miceli also was charged with possession of obscene films. l tf - "mm i Delicious 88a 4 50; 100-U3S 4 0O: I ll I la. V.Wt .tlarkPt Red Delicious 72-8xa i.ou: loo-nisl fin a u tut! 173, canons nimi Demand continued fair on ample offer- af IIS. ISO. 1! Z'4 men UD Pa. 12 4- hSilnus nf larxe and milled nlfrtnirs nl peliciou! fair to good 2 50 J 00, Red He- smaller sies Wednesday: although haz- llcioui mans .?r7si. Wtlfin? tTlrTlJrAiy was sentenced to three months Smith, 19, of the 500 block Chest-Newton aves. after an IT'Tw U I. ! .III, .1 . in.i.n, w..,,,..,.,,,,..,,,. 't ' i?-6' ' j 1 J"'''''9sp K Iw II. ess A tit mlm$ i -i5!" ' ' BLlBtl - - -v- lilHll COURIER-POST, Camden, N. J., Tfiuridoy, February IS, 1962 23 16 Divorces Awarded by Jurist Here Courler-Pot Photo DEBRIS LEFT BY THE BLAST of two safe doors is scattered over floor of Heim Pure Food Co. office at 422 Hudson st., Gloucester City. PtI. Kirby Sherman is shown examining empty safes, from which burglars got only $30. Police said the robbery was the work of "pros." City Court Scene Man Is Jailed 3 Months as Tipsy Driver 1 : , u . . ... ; 1.1 An East Camden man Wednes-iblock Vine st., and AgustineiTortorelll Dec. 30, at Haddon and'. . nafinn ,ho , -ft nnn Superior Court Judge William R. J. Burton Wednesday granted 18 divorces. Divorces granted on grounds of desertion were to Thomas A. Bo-daiski of 718 Hunter St., Gloucester City, from Alice M 410 N. 40th st.; Bernice Brown of 417 Stevens st. from James E., address unknown; Lillian B. Camp bell of 10 Haddon ave., Haddon Township from Joseph W, of Baltimore, Md. Antonelte R. Dee of 1523 Gross ave., Pennsauken, from William H., address unknown; Aldewin R. Lake of 3 Pancoast blvd., River- 3 Million in U.S. k jUnnblo lo Rciid WASHINGTON (UP1 ) - Nearly three million American adults cannot read the label on a medicine bottle or a help wanted ad in the newspaper, according to the Administration; This was a key statistic presented Wednesday when the Kennedy Administration asked Congress for a program to combat adult illiteracy. Labor Secretary Goldberg, testifying in support of the program, said there were eight million men and women over 25 who have not gone beyond the fifth grade. Wilbur J. Cohen, assistant secretary of health, education and welfare, earlier told the subcom- side, from Anna M. S. of 1228 N.from Thomas B. Jr. of 323 Mount 19th st.; Theresa M. Lennox of .Vernon st 111 E. Buck st., Paulsboro, from Harry T. of 706 S. 5th st.; Natalie A. Nelson of 805 Florence st. from Samuel G., address unknown. Jean J. Tancredi of 219 Bergen Marie J. Pampel of 1512 Oak ave., Haddon Heights, from Rich ard G of 528 6th ave., Linden-wold; Ruby I. Roane of 7515 Boulevard ave.. Delalr, from James E. of 158 W. Hortter st, st., Gloucester, from Joseph A. of I Philadelphia, and Cliieko Rode of 4405 Cottman at, Philadelphia; 13372-D Nelson St., Fort Dix, from Klinore A, Van Duyne of 110 Howard of Seattle, Wash. Avondale ave., Haddonfield, from Raymond C. of 12 Parkside ave., Trenton, and Marie M. Waters of New York City from Eugene L. of University blvd., Wenonah. Divorces granted on grounds of extreme cruelty were, Rita C. Albig of Berlin from Leonard F. of 136 E. Walnut ave., Linden-wold; Dorothy L. Carpenter of 672 Farview st. from George of 452 Burke ave., Westville; Janet S. Johnson of 521 4th st., Palmyra iSORE THROAT DUE TO COLDS TRY Ml ri staymane and Hed Rome j 75 i'. vaniavama area particularly wnrre new'jn the conty jail and his driver's-nut st., were sent to jail for 10,Dr. Benjamin Cooperman exam- was suspended for rninl J JO; Kea ueiicioua ISO, Bomei to and from egg grading planla wrre about license 1 sirwt potatoes nj bu orange s oo-s so. (Kid? AnSTsI Lrade HeriS years following his second convio- They were arrested Feb. wtute yami: rair 10 goou t w-a w. i.wiwntie 4't3. mostly Wj-so'y ft. Musnrooms: 4-qt ba fair to good; mostly JK-41 Cradp anfcials 135-15. fancy and extra fancy i brown 43'3-4. mostly 4.T3 4.S 1:5-1 SO lurnips; nj du 1 w. 1 at uncnangea prices. fifty mlto 1 10 1 days in default of $30 fine each, ined Burnett after the arrest and 3 at found him unfit to drive. Broadway and Kaighns ave. by George Zapach. 50, of N. 21st' PtI.' Donald Still on charges of1 . T Butter storks ample for fair demand st. near Federal, was arrested using fictitious auto tags. miruidr indsion "' .facing the nation was the 2.850,000 accident. ... . . i or write. now on display MERCEDES-BENZ 220-3 4-DOOR SEDAN Equipped wilh 'automatic transmission end POWER STEERING All Mercedes-Benz Models Available For Delivery Immediately Route 130 & Drexel Ave., Camden 5 (Pennsauken) NO 3-2200 imi --- " R Targe white and on Feb. 2 at Marlton ave. and Berwick st. by PtI. Joseph Tor-torelli and Charles Voll after his car struck a parked vehicle. Zapach told the court his car Neil J. Mortman, 27, of South Hampton dr., Levittown, was fined $115 on charges of failing to have his car inspected and - Hnvtntr UMthnttt e rtrivpr lirAncA was forced to the side of trie " " ne was arresiea rea. j, oy ru. and River rd. John H. Kelly? 31, of the 1200 hi irliii-a,f l"r o cnAtvtinn cr U'lion .ut n,A ti, voll at 26tn st inc ii-iuuii in.imini. nimi tci , Robert Wiemer, of 33 Marlton ave., owner of the parked car block Van Hook st.. was fined 830 wnicn was sirucK, lesuneu ne saw:on charges of driving without a Zapach drive into his car and ,ijCense. He was arrested Jan. 18 that there was no other car involved. Zapach was examined, following his arrest, by Dr. Ben jamin Cooperman. His first con Nets $10,000 Loot Six cases of cough syrup and vaporizers, valued at . $10,000, were taken from Terminal Carl age Co., a warehouse at Broad way and Jefferson St., it was reported to Det. John Opfer Wednesday. The theft, which occurred between 6 p.m. Tuesday and 10 a.m. Wednesday, was discovered by an employe, George Bell. Opfer said a side door was forced. Hiss that special someone? Don't dress up. Just hold her tpellbound with a phone call right now. nw Jiisn ttu at 4th and Wilson sts. by PtI. William Guidotti. Elmer Burnett, 60, of the 500 viction for drunken driving was. block Haddon ave., was fined $225. "' "- in Cherry Hill in 1957, police'and his driver's license was ST. PETERSBURG. Fla. Po-said. (suspended for two years onjlice in St. Petersburg patrol the charges of drunken driving. He downtown area on bicycles at Lynwood Nichols, 22, of the 300. was arrested by PtI. Voll and 'night. I .Yv. . rt7dV VYflrvU iYv'LvW!i1wivJV BUY fir n mr' S jAifciv.. ELLISBURO fit IHlrflP 1 wrfi & 1 I Kl ft I 1 tim k w M s4 4 Ik 1 M'lUmwa) wmmmm 'iTfaFn"T aL- T1, ,iii,i.iii mimi Me Sale! Than Initalltd for only 79c of lifi-tllitburg. Open daily till 9 p.m., Safurdoy fill 5:30 p.m. (o) is) O NOW! NO DOWN PAYMENT AT LITSI INSTALLED AT NO CHARGE WHILE YOU WAIT IN OUR TIRE CENTERS EVERY TIRE GUARANTEED PERFECT QUALITY! NO SECONDS! NO RETREADS! DRIVE IN SAFETY! iii,eiaiiwiia i mmmmmmmmmmmmmiv u. i.tia.ji..ue.a,uaia.j ji.wiauaaw.i.wwiwwwaw n(n. w inff fnji,,-. - T rrffiw" 1 iLXJ j Flut Federal Tax and any old tir off your car regardless of condition. SIZE 640x15 or 670x15 BLACK TUBE TYPE 640x15 or 760x15 or m 670x15 Black tube type IO 800x14 Black tube type 710x15 or 800x15 or fife 750x14 Black tube type 850x14 Black tube type Tubeleie 2 M more Whitewalla 2 88 more Just tell us the make and model car you drive, and leave the rest to us . . . it's that simple. Every tire in this sale it brand new, perfect quality featuring the latest advances in manufacturing, and design. All prices above for black tube type, plus Federal Tax and any old tire off your car regardless of condition. NO DOWN PAYMENT FREE PARKING! Yes, even at these low prices, there is no down payment. You get up to 2 years to pay with Lits Letter of Credit. And you get free parking too! INSTALLED IN MINUTES! SIZES TO PIT MOST ALL CARS. FROM FORDS TO CADILLACS1! ulck Cadillac Cheroltt Chryiler Corvatte DtSoto Kaiaer Rambler Dedge Editl Ford Frater Henrjr J. Hudson Jfep Studebakar Lark Mercury Ni.h Oldsmobile Packard Plymouth Pontiac Thunderbird WUlyl Tlrei (!MJ fllflkurf Circle (ree'ief ifemet Ne mail er eaeef GUARANTEED 3-WATS IT LITS 1 Every tin In Inn talc la guaranteed aa lndl-" cated acalnat atone brul.ieR aldi-wall punclurei. blrwoun. udewall acraplnr and rim cuti. 2 Ewy tire la luaranteed (or tne lift at the tire tirad acalnat drtecti in materlala and workmanship 9 Complete customer satlifactlnn Upon reium " of the tire, you receive a replacement allow-anfe baae on the resular price p'un federal excise tsi. lest trade-ins. prn-rated over the luaranteed period for the time usd. 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