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. .am.. Vs. THE COUKicrf-NcWS ploinf ield. N. J. Saturday, June 23, 1966 Mrs. C. A. Carlson HIGH BRIDGE Mrs. Alice G. Carlson, 63, of 24 Church St., died yesterday (June 24, 1966) in Hunterdon Medical Center, Flemington. ; Mrs. Carlson was born March 5. 1903, in Dunkirk, a daughter of the late William and Mary Murphy Wolfe. She is survived by her husband, C. Algot Carlson; three brothers, William, Jack and Louis Wolfe, all of Dunkirk, and two sisters, Mrs. Mabel Mc-Mahon and Miss Lea Wolfe, both also of Dunkirk. Funeral arrangements have not been completed.. Burial .will take dace Tuesday in Dunkirk, N Y Friends mav :all at the Naughright - Bright Funeral Home tonight. 5 Mrs. Benjamin Cole TOMS RIVER Mrs. Emma S. Cole, 71, of 7 : Grove Rd., Shelter Island, died yesterday Uune 24, 1966) in Community Memorial Hospital. Prior to . movine to Shelter Island 12 years ago she had resided in North Plainfield for 30 years. She was a member of the Senior Citizens of Toms River. ; She is survived by her husband, Benjamin; a sister, Mrs. "William Giles of New Bruns wick; a brother Ralph Bossert of Dunellen; and a grandson. I Funeral services will be held Monday at 1 p.m.. in the Car-mona Funeral Home, 412 Main St. Interment will be in Hillside Cemetery, Plainfield. Friends may call at the funeral home today and tomorrow from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. ' ' SCARPA FUNERAL HOME HOWARD SCARPA . Director 22 Craig Place " North Plainfield, N.J. Tel. 75S-2693 TOMORROWS i k DECISION IWLii'l " Your selection of a family monument should be made now while all are here to participate in the choice and " oive it the careful : thought it deserves. fBARRE ; We will be happy to ICUILD work with you In this ' important purchase. -Monument! L. L. MANNING & SON Established 1861 PL 6-0706 BRUCE M. BURNER, Owner 405 WEST FRONT STREET1 5th ANNIVERSARY V' EUGENE FIORAVANTI " June 23, 1961 Wt miss you now. our hearts are sore. At time goes by, we miss you more. Your loving smile, your gentle face. No one can fill your vacant place. Sadly Missed by FATHER and MOTHER. SISTERS, BROTHERS. NIECE and NEPHEWS 28 X 0 ITS A GOOD IDEA to select a family plot' before it is needed All Lots Sold in Fully Developed Areas 2 GRAVE P OTS With Perpetual Care 8350 and up Payment Term Arranged Send for Descriptive Booklet Tel. PL 6-1729 , HILLSIDE CEMETERY WOODLAND AVE., PLAINFIELD Joseph Kupetz WESTFIELD -The funeral of Joseph Kupetz, 52. of 600 Grace-land PL, who died of an appar ent heart attack yesterday morn ing (June 24, 1966) will be on Tuesday. Mr. Kupetz was employed in the construction of the McGinn School in Trenton Ave., Scotch Plains, and collapsed and died there at 9:15 a.m. The funeral will be at 9:30 a.m. from Gray's Funeral Home here. A High Mass of Requiem will be offered at 10 a.m. in Holy Trinity Church. Interment will be in St. Gertrude s Cemetery, Woodbridge. Born in Macungie. Pa., Mr. Kupetz had lived in Westfield 20 years. ' - ::. He was a communicant of Holy Trinity Church, a member of Westfield Council, 1711, Knights of Columbus, and the Carpenter's Union, 715, Eliza beth. ! Surviving are his widow, Mrs Thelma Simoson Kunetz; a daughter, Miss Alice Ann Ku Detz, at home; his mother, Mrs. Mary Kupetz of Watchung: five sisters, Mrs. Mary Lutchko of Garwood, Mrs. Ann Mislik of Watchung, Mrs. Irene Genetti of Parsippany, Mrs. Barbara Pace of New York and Mrs. Margaret Boyce of Kearny. ' Relatives and friends may visit Gray's Funeral Home, to day from 2-10 p.m. and tomorrow and Monday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Mrs. J. C. Sheild WESTFIELD The funeral of Mrs. Florence M. Sheild, of 262 Clark St. who . died Thursday (June 23, 1966) in St. John's Hospital, Yonkers, N.Y.1. after a long jllness will be on Monday. She was the widow of John C. Sheild. , . , . ; The funeral will be at 9 a:m. from Gray's Funeral Home. A High Mass of Requiem will be offered at 9:30 a.m. in Holy Trinity Church. Interment will be in the family plot. Mrs. Sheild had been a communicant of Holy Trinity Church. . Surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Julia A. Pears of New York City, Mrs. Mabel Crane of San ' Mateo, Calif., and Mrs. Daisy Herb of Del Ray Beach. Fla., and several nieces and nephews. Friends may visit Gray's Funeral Home today from 4-10 p.m. and tomorrow from 10 a.m.-lO P-m-. Mrs. L. G. Delmonico OLDWICK - Mrs. Edith W. Delmonico. 67, of Church St., died Thursday (June 23, 1966) in the Little Brook Nursing Home, Califon, where she had been a patient 12 weeks. Her husband, Lorenzo C. Delmonico, died in 1947. She was born in Whippany July 28, 1898, the daughter of the late William and Mary Wilson.- She was an antique dealer in Oldwick. , She is survived by two sons, Crist Delmonico and Carnot Ward, both of Califon; one daughter, Mrs. Edith Delker of Califon; six grandchildren, and a brother, William Wilson of Florida.- Funeral services will be Mon day at the Coughlin Funeral Home at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Russell Gromest of the Oldwick Lutheran Church officiating. Interment will, be in Fair-mount Presbyterian Cemetery. Friends may' call today from 7-9 p.m. and tomorrow from 5-9 p.m. at the funeral home. Luigi Sorrentino WESTFIELD Luigi Sorrentino, 67, of 605 Central Ave. died unexpectedly ' yesterday (June 24, 1966) at his home from an apparent heart attack. Born m Italy, Mr. Sorrentino I had lived here 40 years. He had i been a postal employe at the j Westfield Post Office until his ; retirement last Dec. 1. He was a communicant of Holy Trinity Church. j - Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Josephine Iovino Sorrentino; a daughter, Mrs.- Kenneth R. Cre-ran of Mountainside; a son, Frank L. Sorrentino of West-field; two grandchildren, two brothers and a sister in Italy. The funeral will be on Monday at 10:30 a.m. from the Dooley Colonial Home, Westfield. A Solemn High Mass of Requiem will be offered at 11 a.m. in Holy Trinity Church. Interment will be in the family plot. Relatives and friends may visit the Dooley Colonial Home today and tomorrow . from 2-5 and 7-10 p.m. John Hellebrand SCOTCH PLAINS-John Helle brand, 67, of 63 E. Railroad Ave., Jamesburg, formerly of this place, died yesterday (June 24, 1966) at St. Peter's Hospital, New Brunswick. Mr. Heilebrar.d was a retired building contractor. Born in Germany; he came to this area as a child and spent most of his adult life in Scotch Plains He moved to Jamesburg about seven years ago. Surviving are his widow", Mrs. Elizabeth Kaminski Hellebrand; a daughter, Mrs. Howard Mar-ski of North Plainfield; three brothers, Joseph of North Ridge, Calif., George of . 920 Raritan Rd., Michael of 980 Raritan Rd.; a sister, Mrs. John - Woerner of 1520 Rahway Rd., and six grand children. - The funeral will be from the Higgins Home for Funerals, Plainfield, at 9:30 a.m. Monday. A Requiem High Mass will be offered at St. Bartholomew the Apostle Church at 10 a.m., and interment will be in. the family clot. V Friends may call today from 7-10 n.m. and tomorrow from 2-5 and 7-10 p.m. . Joseph E.. Cash WEST MILLINGTON Joseph E. Cash, 82, of King George Rd., died yesterday (June 24, 1966) in All Souls Hospital, Mor- ristown, after a brief illness.: Mr. Cash was born in Jersey City and retired 12 years ago from the Transportation Depart ment of Public Service in Newark where he had . worked for 54 years. He came here two years ago from Wheaton, 111. where he had lived 10 . years. Prior to that he ' had lived in Morris Plains. He was a communicant of St. James Catholic Church in Basking Ridge. He leaves a daughter, Mrs George Burnett, with whom he resided; a sister, Mrs. Harry Perkins of California, four grandchildren and one great grandchild. . The funeral.will be Monday at 9:15 a.m. from the Gallaway and Crane Funeral Home, Basking Ridge. A High Mass of Re quiem will be offered at 10 a.m. at St. James Church, and inter ment will be in Wheaton, 111., on Tuesday. Friends may call at the fu neral home today from 7 to 9 p.m: and tomorrow frofn 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m.- DEATHS HELLEBRAND John, beloved husband of Elizabeth (Kaminski) Hellebrand, ot 63 E. Railroad Ave., Jamesburg, N. J., on Friday, June 2, 1966, at 5t. Peter s Hospital, New Brunswick, father of Mrs. Howard Marski, brother of Joseph, George, and Michael Hellebrand, also Mrs. John Woerner. Funeral from the Higgins "Home for Funerals," 209 W. Eighth St., Plainfield, N. J., on Monday, June 27, 1966, 9:30 a.m. Requiem Migh Mass, St. Bartholomew the Apostle Church, 10 a.m. Interment, family plot. Friends may call Saturday 7-10 p nv, Sunday 2-5 and 7-10 p.m., 25 NERO Pasquale S. (Pat), of 816 W. Front St., Plainfield, N. J., on Thursday, June 23, 1966, at the Muhlenberg Hospital. ' .- Funeral from the Higgins "Home for Funerals," 209 W. Eighth St., Plainfield, on Monday, June 27, 1966, 8:30 a.m; Requiem High Mass, St. Mary's Church, 9 a.m. Interment, St. Mary's Cemetery. Friends mav call Saturday 7-10 p.m. and Sunday 2-5 and 7-10 P.m. - 25 SALVATORE Balbina (Bella) Diodo-ardo, on Friday, June 24, 1966. Residence 60 Netherwood Ave., Plainfield, N.- J. Beloved wife of Angela saivatore, mother of Mrs. Rose Prentiss, Anita Salvatore and Frank Salvatore. Funeral from the Scarpa Funeral Home, 22 Craig PI., No. Plainfield, N.J., Tuesday, 8:30 a.m. Requiem High Mass St. Bernard's R. C. Church,- a.m. Interment Holy Redeemer Cemetery, So. Plainfield, N. J. Friends may call at the funeral home Saturday 7-10 p.m. and Sunday and Monday 2-5, 7-10 p.m. 27 iULLIVAN Margaret Mary, on. June 23, 1966, beloved daughter of Beatrice Heath, sister of Mrs. William Kaeding and the late Mary C. Sullivan. Repos ing at The Abby, Lexington Ave. at 66tn St. NYC. Requiem Mass, Church of St. Vincent Ferrer, 66th St. and Lexington Ave., Monday June 27, at 11 a.m. Interment Holy Redeemer cemetery, South Plainfield, N.J. 25 THATCHER On Wednesday, June 22, 1966, John Stites, In his 38th year. Husband of ' Jacquelyn Scott Thatcher. Father of Duke S. and Rex S. Thatcher, and Mrs. Richard F. Heacock. Brother of Charles B. Thatcher, Jr. Residence 312 Warrenville Rd., Green Brook. Services will be announced by the Me morial Funeral Home, 400 Franklin PI. at E. Seventh St., Plainfield. If friend dpsire. in lieu of flowers. donations in memory of John S. Thatcher may be made to the Raritan. Valley Hos 25 pital Memorial Puna. , tbivicno Angelina, on Thursday June 23. 1964. age 73 years, or ivav Pulton Rd.. Union, formerly of Scotch plain., n I . wife of the late Peter Tri viono. devoted mother of Mrs. Isabel Trivigno, also survived by 3 srandchil Hr.n anri 1 arpat-arandchi Idren. Relatives and friends, also members of the Rosary Society of St. Bartholomew's Church, scoicn riains, are inuiy mniiu to attend the funeral from "Haeberle and Barth Colonial Home." 1100 Pine Ave. cor. Vauxhall Rd., Union, on Monday, June 27, at 8:30 a.m., thence to Holy Spirit Church, Union for a Solemn Hiah Mass of Requiem at 9:30 a.m. Interment in Calvary Cemetery, Long Island City, N. Y. Friends may call anytime after 7 p.m. on Friday.' f5 VAN SANT Eileen M. (nee McShane) on Thurs., June u, itoo. joj ruicsi Rd., Scotch Plains, formerly of Plain- field, wife of Frank U., mother ot wrs. Carol Zarnowski, Mrs. tneen raui. Theresa. Susan, Frank J. and Nen van Sanl, daughter of Mrs. Ann ivtcsnane. sister of Mrs. (Catherine Keny, Mrs. Maroarat Gilambus. Mrs. Florence Kom- Kmr. Mr Barbara Marlinetti, cnaries. James, Neil, Frank, Daniel, George, and Joseph. Also 6 grandchildren. Funeral on Mon., June 27, 1966, at 9 a.m. from the "Rossi" Funeral Home, 1937 Westfield Ave., Scotch Plains. Mass of Reauiem at St. . Bartholomew the Aoostle Church at 9:30 a.m. inlprmfnt fnmilv Dlot. Visitation Sat. & Sun. 2-S. 7-10 p.m. 25 IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of a dear daughter and sister, Lena Bengivenga who passed away 34 years ago looay. The evening star shines on the grave. Of one we loved, but could not save; God took her home, it was His will. But in our hearts, we love her still. Mother, father, sisters and brothers 25 In loving memory of our dearly beloved ! husband and father, Frank M. Krewson. !who passed away eight years ago, June 26. 1958. A cruel, untimely fate befell you, We had no chance to say good-bye; We cannot understand the reason. No matter how we try. No one less deserved such suffering. So God took you Home to ease your , pain. Now our aching hearts await the day. i When He shall ioin us once again. Your loving Wife and i Daughter ?5 In Iovino memory of my dearly beloved father, my Guiding Angel. Frank M. Krewson, who passed away eight years ago, June 26. 195. A Heart pure gold; A Soul pure white, A mind that thouoht only of right; A gentle Hand, with a loving touch, i A kindly Word that meant so much; These were You. Beloved Dad!, Our tragic loss was God's great gain; Oh would that I could have borne your pini . Oh Perfect Dad. and Grandoa, too. , Our aching hearts still bleed tor you! j Your loving Dauohter, Son-in-law. i and Grandchildren 25 Mrs. Abel Hansen " METUCHEN - Mrs. Caroline B. Hansen, 94, of 39 Woodbridge Ave., died yesterday (June 24, 1966) at a nursing home. She was the widow of Abel Hansen, founder of the Fords Porcelain Company of Perth Amboy., Surviving are a son, Irving A of South Plainfield; two daugh ters, . Mrs. Sidney Talbot of isoumport, (jonn., ana Airs Everett Reid of Plainfield; five grandchildren and six greatgrandchildren. A memorial service will be conducted Monday at 2:30 p.m. at the Presbyterian Church Chapel. Interment will be private, under the direction of the Koyen Funeral Home. There will be no viewing. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Perth Am-boy General Hospital Building Fund. Mrs. Henry Sneenk WHITEHOUSE STATION Mrs. Edith Richter Sneenk, 49, of Route 22, RD, died at her home yesterday (June 24, 1966) after a long illness. A native of Germany, she had been a resident here and in Green Brook for 18 years. She was employed in tHe meat departments of Acme Markets in Clinton and Somerville for 10 years and was a member of Saenger Halle Club in North Plainfield. . . .. Survivors include her husband, Henry Sneenk; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Klein Richter, Germany; a daughter, Mrs. David W. Buchola, here; and a sister, Mrs. Margot Shulz, in Germany. Private funeral services will be held from the Robert Hauck Funeral Home in Whitehouse on Monday with the Rev. William Poynter of Whitehouse Method ist Church officiating. Interment will be at Rural Hills Cemetery, Whitehouse. Friends may call at the funeral home from 4 to 9 p.m., tomor row. Mrs. Samuel Hall FLEMINGTON Funeral serv ices for Mrs. Eva J. Hall, 86, of 6 Main St., who died yesterday will be held at 2 p.m. Monday in the Holcombe Funeral Home here. The Rev. Edward C. Dun bar, retired pastor of the Flemington Baptist Church, will offi ciate and interment will be . in Prospect Hill Cemetery here. She was the widow of the late Hunterdon County Sheriff Sam uel C. Hall. Surviving are two sons, Stanley D. Hall of Elwood Ave. and George J. Hall of RD 5 Flemington; seven grandchil dren; five great-grandchildren and a brother, Louis Jordy of Melbourne, Fla. Born in Flemington, she had lived here all her life. Mrs. Hall was a member of-the Fleming-ton Baptist Church ; Darcy Chapter 138, Order of the Eastern Star of Flemington; Hunterdon County Democratic Women's Club;, Grandview Range of Flemington and the Community Garden Club. Friends may call at the fu- neral home tomorrow from 7-9 p.m. Emil Gretgutsch WHITEHOUSE Emil Gret gutsch, 78, of Route 22, RD 3, Somerville, died yesterday (June 24, 1966) in Hunterdon Medical Center, Flemington, where he had been a patient for two days. A native of Germany, he op erated a shoemaker's center in Flemington from 1926 to 1940 and farmed at Copper Hill from 1940 untu nis retirement in 1945. Survivors include his . wife, Frances;, a stepson, "Thomas Etnan of Flemington; and two brothers in Germany. Services will be held at 11 a.m., on Monday from the Robert B. Hauck Funeral Home, Whitehouse, with the Rev. I. L. Wilson officiating. Interment will be at Rural Hills Cemetery, here. Friends may call from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m., tomorrow. John Zwolennic HILLSBOROUGH TOWNSHIP John Zwolennic, 60, of Mill stone Rd., died yesterday (June 24, 1966 in Somerset Hospital. Somerville.' He was the husband of Mrs. Mary Zabrycki Zwolen nic. : Born in Mapleridge, Pa., Mr. Zwolennic moved here 15 years ago from Manville. He was an employe of Johns-Manville Cor poration. Manville, where he worked for 36 years as a laboratory technician in the research department. He was a member of the J-M Quarter Century Club. Besides his widow, Mr. Zwo lennic leaves a stepbrother, Joseph Kozoh of Manville; and five sisters, Mrs. Lenore Fran-cek of Somerville, Mrs. Mary Mellen of Lincoln Park, Mrs. Anna Jacarusso of Spring Valley, N.Y., Mrs. Julia Spivanelli and Mrs. . Catherine Chester, both of Manville. Funeral will be from the Fu- cillo and Warren Funeral Home, Manville, Monday at 8:30 a.m., followed by a Requiem Mass at 9 a.m. in Sacred Heart Church. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home today from 7-10 n.m., and tomorrow from 2-5 and 7-10 Mrs. Angelo Salvatore Mrs. Balbina (Bella) Diodoar-do Salvatore, 57, of 16 Nether-wood Ave. died unexpectedly yesterday (June 24. 1966) at home." Born in Lupara, Italy, she had lived in the Plainfield area 55 years. She was a communicant of St. Bernard's Church and a member of its Rosary Society, She was membership chairman of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Italian-American Club of North Plainfield and a trustee of St. Anthony Society of North Plain-field. Surviving are her husband, Angelo Salvatore; two daugh ters, Mrs. Rose Prentiss of 1302 South End Pkwy. and Miss Anita T. Salvatore, at home; one son, Frank A. Salvatore, at home; one sister, Mrs. Alex Cavaliere Sr. of Long Branch and two grandchildren. The funeral at 8:30 a. m. Tues day from the Scarpa Funeral Home, North Plainfield, will be followed by a Requiem High Mass at 9 a. m. at St. Bernard's unurcn. interment win ne m Holy Redeemer Cemetery, South Plainfield. Friends may call at the funeral home today from 7- 10 p. m. and tomorrow and Mon day from 2-5 and 7-10 p. m. , Daniel J. Lilly SOMERVILLE Daniel J Lilly, 76, of 120 N. Gaston Ave Somerville, died yesterday (June 24, 1966) at Somerset Hos pital. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Dorothy Richardson Lilly; a son, Robert of Phillipsburg; three daughters, Mrs. William Rader of Branchburg, Mrs. Paul Hub of Alpha and Mrs. Robert Grainda of Bound Brook; a brother, Joseph of Phillipsburg; two sisters, Mrs. Lena Crafty of Sandusky, Ohio, and Miss Irene Lilly of Trenton, and 11 grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are being made at the Finegan Funeral Home, Phillipsburg. Mrs. W. Skillman CALIFON Mrs. Clara Skill-man, 51, Middle Valley, died yesterday (June 24, 1966) in Morris View Nursing Home, Morris Plains, after a long illness. . Mrs. Skillman was born in Whippany. She was a psychiatric technician in Greystone State Hospital, Morris Plains, before her illness. She is survived by her husband, William, and a brother, John Cortwright of Whippany. Funeral services will be held today at 2:30 p.m. at the Coughlin Funeral Home, with the Rev. C. Richard Stults of the Lower Valley Presbyterian Church officiating. Interment will be in Fair- mount Presbyterian Cemetery. John S. Thatcher GREEN BROOK Funeral ar rangements for John S. Thatcher, 37, of Warrenville Rd., a Scotch Plains attorney who was killed Wednesday night in an automobile accident in Hawthorne, Califs will be announced by the Memorial Funeral Home, Plainfield. Mr. Thatcher's survivors include his widow, Mrs. Jacque-lyn Scott Thatcher; two sons, Duke S. and Rex S., at home; a daughter, Mrs. Richard F. Heacock of Cookstown; a grandson, David Heacock, and a brother, Charles B. Thatcher Jr. of Pitts-town, who is a partner, in the law firm of Thatcher and Thatcher at 328 Park Ave., Scotch Plains In lieu, of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to the Raritan Valley Hospital Building Fund. Charles R. Lund Jr. MORRIS TOWNSHIP Charles R. Lilhd Jr., 42, of 5 Lindabury Lane, was found dead Thursday in a wooded area outside the grounds of Greystone Park State Hospital. Authorities at the hos pital said a missing persons alarm had been issued for him earlier in the day. A shotgun was found by his body. The Morris County Medical Exam iner's Office ruled the incident a suicide. He was due to be discharged from the hospital today. He had been an instructor at the Somerset County Technical Institute, Somerville. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 5 p.m. in the Mor-ristown Unitarian Institute. Leonard Lipari Leonard Lipari, 44. of 1122 Worth Dr., South Plainfield, died early today (June 25, 1966) at Muhlenberg Hospital. He was the husband of Mrs. Mary Ann Lipari. Funeral arrangements have not yet been announced. Marv Apfel FLEMINGTON Mary Apfel, 12, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Apfel of 63 Mine St., died early today (June 25, 1966) at Hunterdon Medical Center after a lengthy illness. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Robert L. Ford Funeral Home. Joseph Sandonato j Joseph Sandonato, 83. of 829 j North Ave., died last night' fJune 24, 1956) at Muhlenberg Hospital. Funeral arrangements. have not yet been announced. Mrs. Abner Gingrich, 59, Former Westfield Teacher WESTFIELD Mrs. MartrarPt r.incrrifh no irrin loft Wficf . ; field last summer to go to Nigeria to develop an improved nu - trition and general health program, died there vesterdav (June zi, lytxjj irom complications resulting from an automobile acci aent two. weeks ago. Mrs. Gingrich was nutrition consultant of the Boston-based Unitarian Universalist Service Committee at its Ilewo, Western Nigeria, project since early September. The program she conducted in Ilewo served as a training center for 12 other villages in the Abeokuta region of the country. In a relatively short time, Mrs. Gingrich was able to open a nutrition clinic for Nigerian mothers emphasizing hygiene, sanitation, modification of food habits and education. She also assisted elementary schools in the area to improve ineir standards in food preparation, hygiene and sanitation. Before going to Nigeria, Mrs Gingrich had served in the Westfield public school system as director of cafeterias and a teacher of foods and nutrition She joined the Westfield schools in 1945 as director of cafeterias, and switched to teaching in 1958. She retired from the teach ing staff of Edison Junior High School m 1964. Prior to that she taught home economics at the West Lampeter High School and Manheim Township Junior-Senior High School in Pennsylvania, and for several summers was head dietician at Aloha Camps in Ely, Vt. She also worked with high school dropouts at the LaGuar-dia Memorial House in East Harlem, New York, under the Department of Manpower and Training. A native of Westfield, Mrs. Gingrich was the widow of Ab ner N. Gingrich who died in 1941. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. David Van Savage of 243 Hazel Ave.; a brother, Harry Brian of Riderwood, Md., and two grand children. Area Teams to Vie In River Marathon ALBANY, N.Y. The brother team of Robert Daniels of Cam bridge, Mass., and Roger Daniels of Westfield, N.J., are among entries for the 24th running of the Hudson River Marathon from Albany to Edgewater, N.J. Also entered are William Meyer and Ronald Davis, both of Westfield, N.J. The 135-mile event is scheduled for tomorrow. New Providence Pastors List Sunday Schedules NEW PROVIDENCE The festival of the Nativity of St. John, the Baptist, will be celebrated in Faith Lutheran Church tomorrow at 9:15 and 11 a.m. Harmony, associate pastor, will Youth and Intermediate choirs the services. Methodist "Buy Now, Beat the Tax" will be the topic of the Rev. Mathias S. Torgersen, pastor of the Methodist Church, at the 9:30 and 11 a.m. services tomorrow. Church School will meet at 9:30 a.m. and adult classes at 11 a.m. Presbyterian The Rev. Gerald S. Mills will be the guest preacher at the 9:15 and 11 a.m. services tomorrow in the Presbyterian Church. Summer Sunday sessions will begin at 10 a.m. Episcopal Communion will be offered at 8 a.m. tomorrow in St. Andrew's Episcopal Church by the Re C. A. Shreve, rector. Worship service will be at 10 a.m. in the church. Reformed Episcopal Sunday School for nursery through adult Bible class will meet at 9:45 a.m. tomorrow in St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. The Rev. David S. Babkiow, pastor, will conduct the 11 a.m. morning services. Catholic Masses will be celebrated tomorrow at 7, 8, 9, 10, 11:15 a.m. and at 12:15 p.m. tomorrow in Our Lady of Peace Church. Family Communion Sunday will be observed at the 10 a.m. Mass. Sermon Topic Told BRADLEY GARDENS "Be Careful How You Hear" will be the sermon topic of ithe Rev. Robert A. Perry tomorrow in the Reformed Church at both 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. services. Mrs. Emma Matthews HIGH BRIDGE Mrs. Emma; Taylor Matthews, 77, of 22! Church St., died this 'morning (June -25, 1966) at. her home. Among her survivors is a daughter, Mrs. Anne Germain of the same, address. Funeral arrangements will be i announced by the Trimmer Me morial Funeral Home, Clinton. I Fred A. Hummel ,Bt Ptumbint Heating Kitchens Appliance Over 44 Years Continuous Service PI 6-1400 SOt Arlington OPEN THURS. Tll s 3- v f '.X iff 1 1 ?! I t Mrs. Abner N. Gingrich 1 Daily Weather Almanac Morning Hiqhest Low Temperature Philadelphia Vicinity 70 Atlantic City 60s New York City... 60s Poconos 60s Asbury Park 60s Plainfield Area Weather Facts Precipitation this month 0.53 inches, normal 3.46 inches Temperature this date, 1965 Max. 82 Min. 53 Ocean Temperatures, 8 a.m. today Coast Guard Station, Ambrose, Sandy Hook 63 Coast Guard Station, Barnegat 64 For latest Marine weather and forecasts U. S. Weather Bureau Ship-to-Shore Shorts Wave Station KWO 35, 162.5 megacycles daily 5:30 a.m.-10:3Q p.m. continuous broadcast. High Tides at Sandy Hook (Eastern Standard Time) a.m. p.m. Sunday, June 26 - 2:42 3:30 Monday, June 27 3:47 ?:30 For high tides at Long Branch subtract 34 minutes, for Shark River subtract 18 minutes and for Manasquan Inlet subtract 12 minutes. JERSEY SKIES TODAY Sunset today 8:33 p.m sunrise tomorrow ... 5:28 a.m. Moonset tomorrow .. 1:28 a.m. Full Moon July 2 Aldebaran, brightest star in the constellation, Taurus, now rises in the morning twilight. Early in July, the planet Venus, will pass to the north of Aldebaran. Satellites in the Sky Echo II today at 9:43 P.M., 26 above the western horizon, moving N. to S. Satellites may be seen a few minutes before or after times quoted. services. The Rev. Eugene C. preach on "Let Light In." The will provide special music for Municipal Court North Plainfield The following fines were paid to the Violations Bureau of North Plainfield Municipal Court: Clifford B. Underwood, South Haven, Mich., red light, S10. Antonio Montearo, Elizabeth, following too close, $10. Allen Stratton, Kingston, Pa., red light, SIS. Thomas E. Godfrey, New York, red light, S15. Peter A. Hallam, 1731 Boulevard, West-field, red light, $15. Harry Stridacchlo, 351 North Dr., North Plainfield, red light, $15. Frank Dalnis, 1325 Boulevard,, Westfield, passed on riqht, $15. wLee C. Martinson, Fort Lee, Improper r- $15. dict Maulbeck, Summit, stop sign, $10. Jam?E. Hanson, Cheyney, Pa., red light, $lF Leslie D. Pape, 83 Mountain Blvd., Watchung, stop siQfc $10. Joseph CourVV.275 Duer St., North Plainfield, stopV $10. John Colonies, Bizabeth, red light, $15. Richard H. Askins-, Newark, speeding, $15. Georqe E. Cook Jr., Unioo. light traffic street, $10. m Thomas V. McLaughlin, H9 .Tillotston Rd., Fanwood, stop sign, $10. Theodore Brown, 422 Spooner Ave., passed on right, $70. PLAINFIELD The following fines were paid to the Violations Bureau of the Plainfield Municipal Court: James J. Walters, 354 W. Sixth St., loud muffler, $10. Westfield The following report was taken from the records of the Police Department: Friday 5:30 p.m. Steve Miller Ely. J3, of Newark was arrested for soliciting without a permit and operating a vehicle without a license. He was released in $50 bail tor a court appearance on June 30 4:15 p.m. David Nichols, 22, of 719 Fairacres Ave. was arrested on a disorderly person charge involving indecent exposure. He was released in his own custody for a court appearance on June 30. MAKE THIS BEAUTIFUL NEW BATHROOM TOURS! Available in "lifetime" colon and white SEE OUR NEW HOME DECORATOR SHOWROOM AT FRED A. HUMMEL, Inc. Phimbinq, Heatinq, Air Conditioning, Meehnmeil Contractor ( EASY rERVS UP TO J YEARi tO PAY J4-MOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE FREE PARKING 506 ARLINGTON AVENUE PL 6-1400 OPEN THURS. Tit 9 PIPE CUT AND THREADED 41 YEARS OF CONTINUOUS SERVICE Boro Lions Win Golf Outing Cup WATCHUNG The North Plainfilrl T.inns team TVmrc- jday on the Governor's Cup at the annual coif outine of the 16th District Lions at Twin Brooks. District Gov. Douglas Calsetta presented the trophy to Howard Scarpa, Fritz Ciarfello, Vernon Bogart and Francis Vitelli. The team's total was 362. The South River team won low net with 292. Ed Zilenski of North Brunswick had 84 to win low gross and George Bucno of North Brunswick won low net with 69. Leon Chando of South River put his tee shot 16 inches from the pin to win closest to the hole on the ninth green. H. Eric Stamer, past presi dent of the North Plainfield Lions, was chairman. Tomorrow'! Weather Forecast fair, hot 90 80s ' 80s 90 80s mostly sunny, warm fair, warm fair, warm mostly sunny, warm Sunny, Hol Day Ahead Another sunny, hot day, with temperatures around 90, is headed for the Plainfield area tomorrow, according to Mrs. Vivian J. Scherer, area weather observer. Tonight v will be mostly fair, with the low in the upper 60s, Mrs. Scherer said.; Yesterday's high of 93, which previewed the first summer weekend of the year, was the warmest day of 1966. The overnight low was 65. . Rock -'n Roll Competition Due METUCHEN-The first major event of the Recreation Commission's summer season will be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. when a rock 'n roll contest will be staged under the lights at the Franklin Junior School Field. The winning combos will be hired to play at commission sponsored dances later in the summer. Competition will be . held in two categories, junior high and senior high. Groups wishing to compete may register at Borough Hall. Truck Driver Stricken, Dies ANNANDALE - Driving a truck load of gravel to a local plant yesterday, a 57-year-old Alpha man "stopped in Hunter St., clambered from the cab, and collapsed and died. Clinton Police Chief William Brown said after an autopsy that the driver, Steve Ehasz, apparently died from severe internal bleeding. An autopsy was conducted in High Bridge by Hunterdon County Physician Dr. John B. Fuhrmann. Brown said the load of gravel Ehasz had been driving was being taken to the Houdaille Construction company plant here. Hihle School Set BRADLEY GARDENS The Reformed Church will begin daily vacation Bible School Mon day at 9:30 a.m. The topic theme will be "My Saviour and II." Mrs. Tunis Hall is general i superintendent. FRED A. HUMMFL, INC. MODERNIZATION SPECIALISTS II' Mew . . . IV AiEBlCAN-c$tattc!arI p.m.

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