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THE COURIER-NEWS Plainfield, N. J. Saturday, Sept. 17, 1966 Sunday Church Services - -t ...... - : . ' BAPTIST First-Park, 11 a.m.; "By Special Appointment," Rev. 4Glenn E. Hanneman.- ; ;J : Hydewood Park, North Plain- field, 8:30 and 11 a.m., "A Missionary Pioneer"; 7 p.iff, "The Church That Was Ready to Die," Kev. Norman Sweeting. Miracle,, 11 a.m., "How Can We Get Along With Other Churches'?" Rev. Isaiah Fowler. Shiloh. 10:45 a.m:. Dr. William .- - r w , A. Johnson, Chicago, 111. EPISCOPAL Grace, 8 a.m. Holy Eucharist, 11 a.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon, Rev. Harry J. Knickle Holy Cross, North Plainfield, 8 a.m.,Holy Eucharist; 9 a.m. Family Service; 11 a.m. Morn-ing Prayer and Sermon, Rev Robert F Beattie. St. Andrew's, 8 -a.m. Holy Eucharist. ' 9:15 -a.m. Moraine Prayer; 10:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist and Sermon, Rev. Ian , L: Bockus. . St. Mark's, 8 a.m. Holy Eu charist and Acaress, 8:.su a.m Church School reopening; 11 a.m. Sung Eucharist and Ser mon, riev. x. aieason omiui St. Stephen's, 8 a.m. Holy Eu charist, 9:15 a.m. Family. Mass 11 a.m. Sung Eucharist and Ser mon, Rev. Ronald C. Henstock. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES North Unit, 6 p.m., "Jehovah Is Ruler in the Kingdom of Man kind," Fence Espistco of Spring - field. .,0:.v-----' South Unit, 3 p.m., "Knowl edge of the Promised Land H - luminates'the Bible Record." ; LUTHERAN uetnsemane, :3U ana u:id a.m.." "Naturalized Citizens!" Rev. G. Milton Johnson. Messiah, x 8:30 and 11 a.m., Communion at 11; Rev. Donald Blume, - Lutheran chaplain at Clara Maas Hospital," Belleville. St. Peter's, North Plainfield, 9 and 11 ajn.. "The Cure for Wnrro Pew .T WrfwarH Cinn. ' zalez. St. Stephen's, South Plainfield, 11:15 a.m., Rev. -Charles :R " Mingle. - , . ; ' ' ! -1 METHODIST Faith, 11 t.m.,;Rev. John S. Tate; 3:30 p.m:, Rev. C H. Shel-ton. Ebenezer Baptist, New Brunswick. First, 11 a.m.; "Outdoor Religion," Rev. Kenneth E. Hamp- " son.:; : ".',' -- ; GrarA ".-.fl-an and ,11 a.m "Binding Love," Rev. Donald F. Derse. . Wesley, South Plainfield, 11 . a.m., "The Three Rs," Rev. Frederick D. Hoffman. PRESBYTERIAN Bethel, 11 a.m., "Take Time to Be Holy," Rev. George B. Chris- tian. - ' Crescent Avenue, 9:15-and 11 a.m., Dr. Charles L; Mead. First, 9:30 and 11 a.m., "Black Power Vs. White Power," Rev George Bonnell. Grant Avenue, 11 a.m!, "When Man Lives By " Bread Alone," Rev. Bruce L. Blackie. Watchung - Avenue, North Plainfield, 9:30 and 11 a.m. "When , We. Feel Swamped,' Rev. Richard W. Kahlenberg. 1 REFORMED First German, North Plain field, 10:45 a.m., in English, Rev. Frederick Miller. ; Netherwood, ;ll a.m.",-' "Mean ingful Worship'-Rev.? Richard V. UJIUU. - Trinity, North Prainfield, 11 1 a.m., "Divine Sympathy," Rev, Lorenz A. Proli. - ' NON-DENOMINATIONAL community cnurcn, 11 a.m., "What Shall I Cry?" Acting Pastor Edward Apgar; , 7:30 p.m., .William R. Knney. "... Terrill Road Bible Chapel, 11 a.m.,' 7:30 p.m., Robert Craw ford, evangelist and Bible teach er from Malverne, Pa.' OTHER DENOMINATIONS y First Church of Christ Scientist, 11 a.nr,:Matter." v First Church of Religious Science, II a.m., "Heaven and Earth," Dr., Marguerite Iwersen TTJt-cf fTnifatnan :Q-3A . - o m drama-sermon, "God and Gide A u am .uavm. .um, v.w u.411. on"; 11:15 a.m.y "Poetry Is for Life," John Ciardi. - Mormons, 9 a.m. Priesthood Meeting, 5:30 p.m. Sacrament Meeting, 140 White Oak Ridge Rd., Short Hills, Bishop J. D, Sonne.- . Rose of Sharon, 10 a.m.. "Amazing , Grace," Rev. Willie Ross. - ; -- - Spanish Speaking Evangelical Mission, 1 p.m., at First Presby terian Church. " - Society of Friends ? (Quakers), 11 a.m. Meeting for Worship. West End Chapel, 10:45 a.m., "The Person of God"; 7 p.m., "A Heavenly P r i e s t for a Heavenly! People"; . Rev. .Warren Hartway Jr.. ; . , , Congregational, 10 a.m. Serv ice -of Dedication,. "We Have Builded,'VRev. Willard 'Al Bick- et. -... -V-..'?- " PRESS UNIMPRESSED MOSCOW (AP) The .Soviet press yesterday, brushed off the American Gemini 11 flight as an achievement of no great importance, ...... . Catholic, Lutheran Clergy Conduct Joint College Rites ALLENTOWN, Pa. A milestone' in the relationship between Roman Catholics and Protestants was reached when a. Roman Catholic priest and a Lutheran clergyman began weekly chapel services- at-Muhlenberg College lege is affiliated with the Lutheran Church in America. , . Wilentz Raps : Rockv On Hudson ; TRENTON (AP) Warren W Wilentz; Democratic candidate for the U.S. : Senate,: accused New York Gov. Nelson Rockefeller yesterday, of thwarting bi-state efforts to-curb water pol lution in the Hudson River. ; Wilentz characterized as "un reasonable 1 and unthinkable" the Republican governor's oppo sition to the proposed Hudson River Basin Compact. ."This important legislation has cleared the House of Repre- sentativesfand Gov. . Rockefeller can redeem himself by speaking out in favor of this project,'; Wilentz said. - , : Rockefeller has opposed one version of the compact on the grounds that it would vest control of the pact with U.S. De partment of the Interior. But Wilentz said he considered Rockefeller's position confusing. "On the one hand," Wilentz said Rockefeller "hass high praise for the Delaware ' River Basin Commission,- a four-state agency working with the feder al government for the establishment of a great park and for the control of pollution in the Delaware River. "Yet, on the other hand," Wilentz continued, "Rockefeller has opposed a similar program the Hudson River Basin Compact which means so much to his own state as" well as to the people, of New Jersey." ' - Unemployment Down in Jersey TRENTON -(AP)Unemploy- ment in , New Jersey dropped last 'month as it usually does from, July to August, the state Labor Department announced yesterday. The estimated number unem ployed in August was 120,000, a drop of 6,900 from July and 12, 000 below August 1965, the de partment said. Increased employment in agri culture, construction and industries serving the summer resort trade accounted largely for the improvement, the department said. . . . , Rescue Squad Reports PLAINFIELD Robert Ponzio of 1116 E. Front St. was taken to. Muhlpnhpnr Hospital yesterday . morninff. where today he is listed in good John Staib of 1224 Radcliff PI. is in tair condition today at Muhlenberg Hospital, where he was taken yesterday morning: Nora Carey, 453 W. Third St.. who was taken to ' Muhlenber? nospnai yesterday afternoon, TT 'i .. 1 . ... .. O was not detained. Julia Kirtlenko of 323 Prosnent St., ., Westfield, yesterday after noon was taken from 149 E. b ront St. to Muhlenberff Hos pital, but was not detained. . Ovia Lattimore of 528 W. Sev enth St. was not detained yesterday afternoon when taken to Muhlenberg Hospital. . Frank Collins. 12 Walnut St:. Somerville, was taken from his physician's : office at 733 . Wat- chung Ave. to Muhlenberg Hos- piiaj yesterday afternoon where today he is in good condition. William Haworth of 225 E. Fifth St. is listed in fair condi tion today in Muhlenberg Hospital where he was i taken yes- teraay atternoon., . Ajrsf Teresa . Stern of 1055 Johnston Dr., North Plainfield, yesterday '.afternoon was taken from 34 Academy St. to Muhlenberg Hospital, where she is on the restricted visitors list to day. " ; . ' ; '', -1 ;.' Mrs. Josephine Smythe of 220 W. Clark Ave., South Plainfield, was taken from her physician's office ;at 1010 Park Ave. to Muh lenberg Hospital, where , today she, remains in the intensive dare unit.-: Mr; and Mrs. R. M. Lawton of 1215 Prospect Ave. were transported to Birchwood Nursing Home, Edison last eve ning. - : Frank- Mclntyre : of 448 W. Second St. was not detained at Muhlenberg Hospital where he was taken last night. .. v Wilbur Wade of Prescott Ave., South Plainfield, was taken . to Muhlenberg Hospital last night, but was not detained. - this week. The liberal arts col - The 15-minute precedent-mak ing service on Tuesday was conducted , by . the Rev. James E. Sweeney,' a priest at the Cathedral of St. Catharine of Siena here, and Dr. David H. Bremer, Muhlenberg's chaplain. A litany, prepared by the Na tional and the World Council of Churches and endorsed by the Roman Catholic Bishops' Commission: on Ecumenical Affairs, was, read. A 17th Century hymn of praise used by both Roman Catholics and Protestants was sung. The congregation recited the Apostles Creed, and listened to readings from the Revised Standard Version of , the Bible Man's Identity Still Sought WARREN State Police are still trying today, to determine the identity of a man found dead early yesterday morning on the side of King George Rd. near the Route 78 interchange, :; Troopers at the Scotch Plains Barracks have ruled the death the result of a hit and run accident but have' not found 1 the driver. The body was discovered by David S. Wyatt of Milhngton. Police described the victim as being white, about 5 feet 9 inches and weighing 150 pounds, with grey eyes and mixed grey and black hair; 40 years of age and wearing a grey sports jacket, white T-shirt, black corduroy trousers and black Italian style shoes. No identification was found. State Police said the victim died from internal injuries, ap parently caused by a motor vehicle running over him. All of his ribs were caved in. . Goldberg, 4 Others Named UN Delegates WASHINGTON (AP) The Senate yesterday confirmed the nominations , of Ambassador Ar thur J. Goldberg and four others as U. S. representatives to the 21st session of the United Na tions General Assembly. The others are Senators Frank Church, . D-Idaho, and Clifford P.; Case, R-N. J., and James M Nabrit Jr., Goldberg's deputy and William C. Foster, director of the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency. Police Reports Plainfield The following reports were taken from the records of the Plainfield Police Department: , YESTERDAY 11:06 a.m. Louis Mattox, bus driver for the Plainfield Hebrew Institute. 530 W. - Seventh St.. reported two reflectors ripped off the school bus, the glove compartment rifled and a fire ax stolen from the vehicle parked at the rear of the school. 1:06 p.m. Mrs. Sally Chromes of 42 Brookside PI. .reported her sranasons, David Hughes, 11, and Peter Stromboli, 11, same address, were punched, choked and robbed of a small amount of money and a - model airplane in front of 432 W. Front St. by five teenage youths. The youths were apprehended by police and turned over to their parents pendinu investigation by the Juvenile Bureau. 2:24 p.m. Charles N. Williams, 40, of 130 Johnson St., Scotch Plains, was arrested and freed under $2,500 bail on charges of possession of numbers lottery slips. He was apprehended at Roosevelt and E. Fifth Sts. by Detectives David G. Saunderson and Fred E. Stranzenbach Jr. of the police department's GambHng and Narcotics Squad. 2:40 p.m. Patrolman Thomas Cleveland reported he dispersed a group of 20 teenagers In the- 1300 block of Putnam Ave. and found four teenage youths and a teenage girl intoxicated. He confiscated a bottle of beer and turned the teenagers over to their parents pending further investigation by the Juvenile Bureau. 4 p.m. Pedro Roman of 5 Madison Ave. reported his apartment entered in an undetermined manner. A record player, valued at $150, and an undetermined amount of money were stolen. ? " . 8:30 p.m. Anthony Sarte, 1154 Dorsey PI., reported his iockey post ; light in front of his home was broken. 9:15 D.m. - Jeanette Cabbell, 116. Elm- wood Gardens, reported theft of the bat tery from her car parked at the rear of her apartment. ' ' - - a v -r- 9:50 p.m. William Freeman, 1 33, of 647Vi S. Second St., was iailed on an assault and battery charge lodged by Joseph White of New Brunswick... Hearing was set for Monday. TODAY " . , 1:45 a.m. Patrolman Anthony Merrill I reported he found a large number of glass bottles had been smashed against the wall and steps at Evergreen scnooi. 8:15 a.m. Ernestine Utley, an em- clove of House - of Styles, 146 Central Ave., reported tne rear door to tne esraD-lishment was forced ooen and a S325 color television set stolen. . North Plainfield The following reports were taken from the records of the North Plainfield Police Department: ' YESTERDAY : . 7:52 a.m. William Schavowitz,. 171 Rockvlew Ave., reported theft of his gaso line driven go-cart, valued at $150. from his garage. : It was recovered - by Plaln- fild police, who apprehended two boys using the vehicle at the rear of the Drake House In W. Front St. The boys were- turned over ta their parents and the matter referred to North; Plainfield detectives. ;;- , , . - , 4:15 p.m. Pamela Capperelli, 146 De- Lacv Ave., reported theft of her Dicvcie from the rack at St. Joseph's Parochial School In Westervelt Ave. : North Plain- field, - 1 Westfield WESTFIELD The following report was taken from the records of the Police Department: ! yesterday: 6:55 P.m. Rahway Hospital reported that Donna Rollerl, 2Vi. of 1414 Pine-grove Ave., had been bitten by dog be longing to Ronald Rhoade, 1418 Plnegrove Ave. Owner was notified to confine dog for 10 days. v.. Fire; Calls Plainfield The following . report taken from the records of the Plainfield Fire Department: YESTERDAY 3:55 p.m. Engine 1 used an Indian tank: to extinguish an awning fire at John Frank's Clothing Store, 131 Park Ave. Store is owned by William Seligson of 500 Fifth Ave., New York. Fire was. caused by a carelessly discarded cigaret. Daily WeatTwr Almanac Morning tow Philadelphia ' Vicinity. ... . . 50s Atlantic City 50s New York City... 50s Poconos , ............... 50s sbury Park ." 50s Plainfield Area. Weather Farts Precipitation this month 3.1? inches, normal 2.45 inches . Temperature this date, 1965 Max. 68 Min. 59 Ocean Temperatures, 8 a.m. today , Coast Guard Station, Ambrose, Sandy Hook 66 Coast Guard Station, Barnegat r 69 For latest Marine weather and forecasts U. S. Weather Bureau Ship-to-Shore Short Wave Station KWO 35, 162.5 megacycles daily 5:30 a.m.-10:30 p.m. continuous broadcast. High Tides at Sandy Hook (Eastern Standard Time) I - - a.m. p.m.'' . Sunday, Sept. 18.,...; 11:18 11:42 ' Monday, Sept. 19 ' . 12:12 For high tides at Long Branch subtract 34 minutes, for Shark River subtract 18 minutes and for Manasquan Inlet subtract 12 minutes. , . . , . . v . JERSEY SKIES TODAY Sunset today 7:04 p.m. Sunrise tomorrow .... 6:41 a.m. Moonset ; tonight .. . . 8:52 p.m. PROMINENT STARS ; Altair, high in south at moonset. Aldebaran, rises ... 11:05 p.m. VISIBLE PLANETS . Saturn, in southeast 10:39 p.m. Mars, rises ., 3:30 a.m. Jupiter, in the east 4:54 a.m. Venus, rises . . . . . . 5 : 49 a.m. REVIEW GRANTED FKAHLSRUHE, Germany (AP) Former , West German Counterintelligence: Chief Otto John, convicted 10 years ago of treasonable defection to Communist East Germany, has been granted a review of his case by the Federal Supreme Court. St. Bernard? s Priest Gets S. A merica Missionary Post The Rev. Donald J. McConnell, an assistant pastor' at St. Bernard's Church, today at 7 a.m. said his. last official Mass Gar Crashes Injure Five In Borough Two persons were taken to Muhlenberg Hospital, but not de tained, and three others pre ferred to see their own physi cians for treatment of in juries suffered yesterday in North Plainfield accidents. Taken to the tiospital by the North Plainfield Rescue Squad with a neck injury was Ross Moore of Harrisburg,' Pa., whose stopped car. was rammed at 11:04 a.m. in Route 22 and Mountain Ave., North Plainfield, by one : driven by Donald A Darrohn of Windgap, Pa. The latter ' was issued a careless driving summons. At 5:02 p.m. a 3-car accident occurred at Route 22 and Rock Ave., North Plainfield, in which Rocco L. Cardell of Montclair suffered acut mouth and was taken to the hospital by borough police. ' ' i Police, reported Cardell s car rammed a stopped vehicle driven by Casimir J. Drelick of 60 Sycamore Ave., which was pushed into another stopped car driven by Stern ' G. Samuelson of 543 E. Second St. No complaints were filed. Robert W. Wallace of 6 How ard St., North Plainfield, re fused immediate hospital at tention for head and left wrist injuries suffered at 12:50 p.m. when his car, and one driven by Violet Lamperti of 222 Brook Ave., North Plainfield, collided at Watchung and Fairview Aves., North Plainfield. The woman was charged with a stop sign violation. Richard Harrison, 4, son of Mrs. Beryl Harrison,. 261 N. Jackson Ave., was shaken up and bruised when a car driven by his mother and one driven by William E. Dunwoody of Bloom-field, collided at 3:27 p.m. at Manning- and Sandford Aves., North Plainfield. Mrs. Harrison preferred to have her son checked by her doctor and Dun- woody, who suffered bruises, reported likewise. The latter was charged with a stop sign violation. CAP Promotes Suburban Youth James W. Beach of 2344 Gales Ct, Scotch Plains, has been pro moted from CA1C to CSSGT. in the Plainfield Composite Squadron, Civil Air Patrol. Beach, who is 18 and a senior in Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School, is serving as the squadron's cadet executive officer; In the Civil Air Patrol 1 years, he previously was cadet flight leader. The new staff sergeant plans to . enter the Army after he graduates.- , . Recovery Plans Made For 12 Dead Airmen REYKJAVIK, Iceland .(AP) Recovery efforts are underway to retrieve the ; bodies of 12 American ; airmen i found on Kronborg glacier in Greenland by a British research expedition. Ihe airmen were believed to be from a Neptune P2V plane from Keflavik Airport, Iceland, which , disappeared on a flight Jan. 12, 1962, from Keflavik. ! Tomorrows weather Highest Ttmnrraturt -orecasT partly cloudy 70s 70s 70s 70s 70s increasing cloudiness increasing cloudiness increasing cloudiness increasing cloudiness - Weather To Be Mild Tonight will be fair but not as cool ' as last night with the temperature near 50. Tomorrow there will be increasing cloudiness and a mild temperature of around 75, according to Mrs. Vivian -( Scherer, area weather observer. . . The high yesterday was 70. The cool Canadian air continued to dominate this area producing an overnight low of 42, six degrees higher than the record low of Sept. 17, 1923. The pollen count today is 4.: as curate in the church. . The civic minded priest, who volunteered to become a missionary in South America, was granted 7 permission by Arch bishop of -Newark Thomas A Boland in June to join the Maryknoll Missionary move ment. "I was s motivated by ' Pope John and Pope Paul, who called for volunteer priests to help relieve the critical situation in South America, where there is one priest to administer to 100,000 - Catholics, and where poverty and illiteracy abound,' said Father McConnell. -,. "In the fields of civil rights and ecumenism, I feel there is leadership here in Plain-field, and I have been drawn for sometime to the missionary field. i J r "When Maryknoll Mission So ciety in Ossining, N.Y., this January came out with a new five-year program to take dio cesan priests who were interested in going to South. America to work in the poverty areas, I requested permission to , volun teer. I will return to the arch diocese after five years." , Father McConnell will go to Maryknoll Monday to be inter viewed and will then know more where and when he will be assigned. . "I expect to be in the country at least a month for immunization' shots before being assigned to a language school in South America for seven months," he said. Born in Newark, Father Mc Connell was graduated from Seton Hall Preparatory School and Seton Hall University, both in South Orange, and Immaculate Conception Seminary, Darlington. He also completed three years of psychology at Seton Hall Graduate School. He was ordained May 1956 in Sacred Heart Cathedral, Newark. . Father McConnell's first as signment was to Queen of Peace parish, and high school, North Arlington where he also coached football and baseball. He served in St. Brigid's, North Bergen for one year before coming to St. Bernard's five years ago. While in Plainfield, Father McConnell lias ,-. moderated the church's family life apostolate; was one of, the. diocesan marriage counselors, and last year worked in the clinic in Elizabeth under catholic charities. He was chaplain to the Christian Family Movement and ' to A Young Christian Students Group, he also conducted - the Knights of the Altar and was in charge of commentators and lectors. In Plainfield, Father McConnell was a member of the Human Rights'. Coordinating Committee; co-chairman of clergy concerned over Vietnam in New Jersey; - member of Plainfield Ministerial Fraternity; ' taught religion in Union Catholic High School, Scotch Plains and was chaplain of the Cursillo Movement here. - ' Replacing Father McConnell as an assistant pastor will be the Rev. Francis D. Testa of St. Mary's Parish, Rutherford. Date Corrected . The . 12th Division of the : Li censed Practical Nurse Association of New Jersey Inc. will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Plainfield .YWCA. It was incorrectly reported in yester day's Courier-News that the meeting was scheduled for today. , GOP Slate Opposes B or o Renewal Plan The North Plainfield Republican Council candidates last night pledged to oppose urban renewal and ' maintain and enhance the suburban residential -character of the borough. In a joint campaign statement, incumbent Lewis C. 5 Thomas, and Max Rosenbach and Joseph A. ' Kelly, council candidates, said, "The Republican Party is committed to orderly borough growth based on fact, not qualified wishful thinking." They -accused the present Democratic administration of "haphazard stop-gap measures which are plunging North Plain-field into a formless and inferior community." The Republican candidates ' said, "We urgently need calm, intelligent planning to forestall chaos and preserve the . borough's basic " suburban character." The urban renewal plank declares; 4'To date we fail to find any evidence where commercial urban , renewal has . been ef- tecuve , m any suourDan community comparable in size to North Plainfield. We cannot accept any financial commitment which imposes a burden of ap proximately ?750,000 on the bor ough taxpayers. Nor can we ac cept the loss of upwards of $52, 000 income per year from tax ratanies. we tneretore are op posed to commercial urban renewal since we see no benefit accruing to the borough." , The Republicans proposed an immediate halt to any, type of additional apartment construc tion and urged "a master plan which will cope' with today's pressing- problems of zoning, land .use and development which,. unchecked, will dictate a dreary future for North . Plain- field." . , ' The candidates said the rising cost of living demands econom ical local government. The plat form pledges to make no major expenditures without thorough community discussion and ''meaningful studies based - on realities." They called for, tighter traffic and safety controls on Route 22, the avoidance of "secrecy in government," and a .non-partisan citizens' committee to con duct studies in long range planning. - '.. The GOP platform declared that a citizens' committee "would supercede the present patchwork of so-called committees that only add to the con fusion" of local government. The candidates said a non-partisan committee will augment repre sentative government by pin pointing legitimate needs and stimulating public discussion and public debate. Frank E. MacDonald is mu nicipal - chairman! Councilman Richard M. Bailey, chairman of the platform committee, participated in. sessions with the com mittee in formulating the platform. Bardy Farm Trespassing Counts Filed MILLINGTON - A police in vestigation of reports that men had been seen looting vegetable crons at the Bardv Farm in Carlton Rd., has led to the ar rest of two Plainfielders. Police Chief Howard L. Run- yon said today that John Cop pola, 42, Of-1209 RadClltl KCL, and Anthony: Buccolo, 49, of 23 Sandford Ave., were, arrested Thursday "evening charged with trespassing, larceny of produce, and malicious damage of crops. They have been released on $50 bail each for arraignment on Sept. 29. -, Runyon said an investigation was made when Arthur fcmitn, an associate of Bardy Farms. reported at 7:30 p.m. Thursday that two men had oeen seen stealing vegetables. Officer Fred Parela kept watch on a car parked near the farm and arrested Coppola when he approached at 9:30 p.m. Buc-colo was arrested later the same evening in Central Ave. The Bardy farm, operated oy Philip Bardy of Union, has been the center of a legal battle over the use of a "thunderbird scare- away" cannon used to frighten wildlife from the crops. Neigh bors have complained about the cannon's noise. Passaic Township Health De partment has obtained a superior: court injunction restricting some use of the cannon. A hearing to . decide whether the ban should be continued ' is scheduled for Monday. Clinton C. Jones Funeral services and burial were conducted in Williamston, N. C, Wednesday for Clinton C. Jones, 70, -of Williamston. Mr. Jones, who died in Dur ham (N. C.) Hospital last Saturday (Sept. 10, 1966) was the brother of the Rev. Christine E. Bell of 233 Muhlenberg PI., and of Mrs. Katie - Hamm of 1632 Willever St. He was born in Williamston and was a farmer there. Train Rolls OverWoman - NEW BRUNSWICK (AP) - Police said a 45-year-old woman plunged into the path of an on coming train Friday, and 10 cars passed over her, but she suffered only minor abrasions Mrs. Mary Niebzielski of East Brunswick was 'treated for minor abrasions at Middlesex Gen eral Hospital and released. She later was admitted to Belle Mead Carrier Clinic. The clinic would not give any information on her condition. . Police said Mrs.. Niebzielski was standing on the platform at Pennsylvania station here when a New ; York-bound PRR passenger train came in, traveling at about 25 miles an hour. . She leaped into the path of the train, they said, and 10 cars passed over her before the express came to a stop. A rescue squad extricated her and took her to the hospital. . '.- .. '. Mrs. Andrew Repak Sr. v Funeral services for Mrs. Janice M. Repak - of 1031 W. Front St. ; will be , Monday ' at 10:30 a.m. from the Sheenan Funeral Home, Dunellen. The Rev. Henry W. . Heaps of the First Presbyterian Church will officiate.- Burial will be in Resurrection Cemetery, Piscataway. " Mrs. Repak, who died Thursday in Muhlenberg Hospital, was the wife of Andrew J. Repak Sr. Friends may call at the funeral home today from 7-9 and tomorrow from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. DEATHS AUSTIN Edward Grayson on Thunday, Sept. 15, 1964 In his 59th year. Brother of William W. Austin. Residence 40 Third St., Fanwood and also of Ortley Beach, N. J. Services at Memorial Funeral Home, 400 Franklin PI. at E. Seventh St., Plain-field, on . Sunday afternoon, Sept. ,18 at 3 P.m. - . Interment Bordentown Cemetery," Bor-dentown. " . " Friends may. call at tha funeral home Saturday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. 17 CARAVELLO Concetta (Jennie), wife of the late Michael Caravello, residence 801 East Sixth St., Plainfield, N. J., on Thursday, Sept. 15, 1964. Mother of Leonard V. and Angelo A. Caravello, sister of Mrs. Margaret Ceglia, : Mrs. Frank Rlccardo and Andrew Rizzt. Funeral from the Higgins "Home for Funerals," 209 W. Eighth St.. Plainfield, Monday, Sept. 19, 9:30 a.m. Solemn Requiem Mass St. Bernard's Church 10 a.m. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery, Plain-field. - .... Friends may call at the funeral home Friday, Saturday, Sunday 2-5, 7-10 p.m. REPAK On Thursday, Sept. 15, 196a, Janice-M. (Tyrrell), wife of Andrew J. Repak Sr., of 1031 W. Front St., Plain-field, mother of Mrs. John Gubernat and Andrew; J. Repak Jr., sister of Mrs. John Hedrtek, Mrs. Leonard Sommers, N. Hatfield Tyrrell and Chauncey Tyrrell. " Funeral services at the Sheenan Funeral Home, 233 Dunellen Ave., Dunellen, on Monday, Sept. 19, at 10:30 a.m. Interment Resurrection Cemetery, Piscataway. Friends may call et the 'funeral home Saturday 7-9, Sunday 2-4, 7-9 p.m. - 17 RUSSO Rose M., beloved wife of Louis J. Russo Jr., residence a Ard-more PI.,' Holmdel, N. J., formerly of Randolph . Rd., Plainfield, on Thursday, Sept. 15, "1966. Mother of Donna and Diane Russo and beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Leonette, Plain-field and sister of Michael Leonette, U.S. Army, Germany. Funeral from the Higgins "Home for Funerals," 209 W. Eighth St., Plainfield, Monday, Sept. 19, 8:30 a.m. Requiem High Mass St. Mary's Church 9 a.m. Interment St, Gertrude's Cemetery, Woodbridge. Friends may call at the funeral home Saturday and Sunday, 2-5 and 7-IO p.m. 17 SANDBERG Arvid F., of Sneider Rd., Martinsville on Sept. 16, 1966, husband of Doris Prahst sandberg, father ef Mrs. josepn G. Landin, judirn m., joy t., ana John - A. Sandberg. brother of victor A Milton T., and Clarence R. Sandberg; also survived by 2 grandchildren. Services at George Van Tassel's Community Funeral Home, 337 Belleville Ave., Bioomtieid on . Sunday even ing at o'clock. Interment Mt. Hebron Cemetery. Those who wish to send flowers are requested to make contributions Instead to the Amerlcsn - Cancer Society. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Saturday. ' j WATSON On Friday, Sept. 16, 1966, Christopher J., in his 86th year, husband of the late Cora E. Watson, brother of Mrs. Jane B. Thompson, Mrs. Alice Weston and Mathew E. Watson. Residence 303 W. 5th St., Plainfield, N. J. Services at "The Mundy Funeral Home," 142 Dunellen Ave., Dunellen, on Monday morning, Sept. 19, at 9 o'clock. Interment Hillside Cemetery, Plainfield. Friends may call at the' funeral home on Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to p.m. v -:. . .......... u WHITALL At Neptune, N.J., on Friday, Seot. 16, 1966, Miss Lillian Dickson, In her 80th year, formerly of 1127 Thornton Ave., Plainfield and Martinsville Rd., Mil ington, N. J., daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Whitall, sister of i.aurence C. Whitall of - Bradenton, Florida, also survived by 2 nieces and 3 nephews. - services at the A. M. Runvon & son Funeral Home, 900 Park Ave.. Plainfield, on Tuesday, Sept. 20 at 2:30 p.m. interment Hillside cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Monday evening 7-9 o'clock.! 19 IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Bruce E. Van Dunk, who passed away threa yean ago today. - ' . Your memory is as dear today, . ; As in the hours you passed away; For each day our thoughts go wandering To your grave not far away; Where live the sweetest memories. That shall never fade away. And we hope that you are happy In your heavenly borne above; Where all Is joyous pleasure. And ' everlasting love. - ' Sadly missed. Mother, Sisters and Brother 17 CARDS OF THANKS The family of the late Vincent J. Cata- pano wishes to thank relatives, friends and neighbors for their kindness shown at the time of his death. We also thank the oa bearers and Shee nan Funeral Home for their efficiency. The Catapano Family 17 ITS A GOOD IDEA , to select a family , plot ; before it is heeded All Lots Sold in Fully Developed Areas 2 GRAVE PLOTS .With Perpetual Care $350 and iip Payment Terms Arranged Send for Descriptive) Booklet Tel. PI 6-1729 HILLSIDE CEMETERV WOODLAND AVE., PLAINFIELD Somerville Marine Killed in Vietnam oumciiw marine waster Sgt. Bruce Jason, husband of Mrs. Barbara A. Jason of 180 Mercer St., . has been killed in Vietnam, the Defense Department announced yesterday. Sgt. Jason was a Marine veteran of 13 years. Mrs. Jason was notifiedof his death Wednesday. The Pentagon - 'announcement said he was killed "in Vietnam-connected hostilities," but gave no other details. . vv v. Miss Lillian Wliitall Miss Lillian Dickson Whitall, 79, formerly of 1127 Thornton Ave. and cf Martinsville Hd., Millington, died yesterday (Sept. 16, 1966) at Fitkin Memorial Hospital, Neptune. . k Born in New York, she . had lived mst of her life in this area. She retired in 1950 after many years as a kindergarten teacher in North Plainfield schools. She was a member of Grace Methodist Church of North Plainfield. Surviving are a brother, Laurence C. Whitall of Braden-ton, Fla.; two nieces, Mrs. Ana WhitairEbbs of Glendale, Ariz., and Mrs.'Veanette Rathbun of Atlanta GaM and three nephews. Laurence C Whitall Jr. of Bradenton, Charles W. Whitall of Alhambra, Calif., and Rich ard S. Whitall of Las Vegas, Nev. -X : Funeral services -will be held at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Aj M. Runyon i and Son Funeral Home. The Rev. Donald Derse of Grace Methodist Church will officiate , and interment will b in i Hillside . Cemetery. : Friends may . call . at . the funerals homa from 7-9 p.m. Monday. " v - Christopher Walspn i Christopher J.' Watson, 85, of 203 W. Fifth St., died yesterday (Aug. 16, 1966) at Muhlenberg Hospital after a short illness. ; Born in ' Dublin, Ireland, ha had lived in this" area "rnany years. , He retired about years ago as a pressman at Art Color Printing Co., Dunellen. Presbyterian Church . of Dunel len. ' His wife. 'Mrs. Cora E. Wat son, died , in July 196L Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Jane B. Thompson . and Mrs. Alice Weston, both of West ' Hemp stead, L.I. ; and a brother, Mat thew E. Watson of Brooklyn. Funeral services will be held at -9 a.m. Monday at the Mundy Funeral Home, Dunellen. The Rev. Henry W. Heaps, pastor of . . the y "First ' Presbyterian Church of Dunellen, will officiate and interment will be in Hillside Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home tomorrow from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m: -" SCARPA FUNERAL HOME HOWARD SCARPA . Director 22 Craig Place North Plainfield N. J. Tel. 75Q-2G03 y Positively ' No Obligation We advise you on cemetery requirements ... explain how your monument should be se lected to harmonize with the '. cemetery environment Call us. - There is no obligation what ' soever. We are specialists ia luiiy . ' fniafintlwl monuments.- ; IBARRE1 ' Monuments L. L. MANISIISG & SOX - Established 1861 PL 6-0706 BRUCE M. BURNER, Owner 405 WEST FRONT STREET rJ

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