The Daily Journal from Vineland, New Jersey on December 1, 1973 · 12
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2-Vineand Timtt ournal Sat., Dec. , 1973 Both Motorists 1 8-Year-0ld Vinelander Sent Rationing Israeli Artillery Beats Back cited in Crash Egyptian Attempts By The Associated Press Egyptian troops tried to advance in three positions on the west bank of the Suez Canal Friday, but were beaten back after exchanges of artillery and mortar fire, the Israeli military command said. No casualties were reported. The Israelis said two of the exchanges were near Little Bitter Lake and one was near the Kilometer 147 post in the Sinai area occupied by Egypt's 3rd Army. The firing followed an outbreak of fighting Thursday within earshot of Israeli and Egyptian negotiators at Kilometer 101 on the Cairo-Suez highway. Finnish Gen. Ensio Siilasvuo, the United Nations com mander and supervisor of the negotiations on the ceasefire line, was trying to get the meeting going again. He met Egyptian War Minister Ahmed Ismail in Cairo for one hour, then flew to U.N. headquarters in Jerusalem. But a U.N. spokesman said a meeting with Israeli Moshe Dayan would be held only on Sunday. In the meantime Siilasvuo would confer with U.N. officers and see no other Israeli officials. U.N. officials said Siilasvuo and Ismail worked toward a mutual pullback of the two armies in the eastern desert and heading off a major resumption of hostilities along the Suez front. Keeping Up With the Times (Continued from Page I) practice as long as the practice from Sussex to Cape May is to give property tax exemptions to the fraternal lodges. Inaction Made it Inevitable Speaking in Detroit early this week, U.S. Comptroller Elmer B. Staats noted that this country had a petroleum surplus until about two years ago, when we began importing oil from the Mideast. "We imported about 4 percent of our oil from there last year and about 6 percent this year, and we had projected reaching 20 percent by 1980," he said. ''We went from a surplus energy situation to the need to import not because we had a reduction in our supply but because we had an increase in consumption." As a result, Staats contends that the United States is "lucky" to be facing the, energy crisis now instead of five years from now. For if the problem hadn't surfaced until near the end of the 1970's, "we could be in the same situation as Europe which is so dependent on the Middle East for oil." Being dependent on any other country for energy, says the federal comptroller, is "like cutting off your bloodstream." One of the reasons why the gradually-worsening problem wasn't tackled decisively before this is that there are 14 different federal agencies dealing with energy. They include the Federal Power Commission, which is concerned with electricity and natural gas; the Atomic Energy Commission, whose jurisdiction is somew ; obvious ; and the Department of Interior, concerned with minerals and metals. The President has proposed the $10 Worth of Change Stolen at Glass Firm Approximately $10 in change was reported stolen yesterday from Hess Glass Co. at 601 north Orchard rd. Police said that the money was taken from the office area. About $10 in chash, two electric can openers valued at $10 each and two cans of coffee valued at $6.60 was reported stolen yesterday from Glastron Corporation at 510 north West Boulevard. creation of a Department of Energy and Natural Resources, and the Senate has proposed a Council on National Energy. However it's done, the fact is that it was inaction by the federal government endless procrastination in the face of ever-increasing consumption of petroleum products which has brought us to this state. Incidentally, there's a negative angle to the proposed 30-cent-a-gallon tax on gasoline which we hadn't previously realized. In addition to putting an unfair burden on the low-income driver (as contrasted to the wealthy person who wouldn't be bothered that much by the cost), the tax would have a serious inflationary effect. According to a report in the Wall Street Journal,, such a tax imposed on Jan. 1 would balloon the consumer price index for the first quarter to a 19.3 per cent annual rate, it's calculated. Administration economists are said to be worrying that this spectacular increase would flow right through into a wage-rate spiral as a result of union cost-of-living escalator clauses. -BENLEUCHTER Daily Lottery Winner TRENTON (AP) The winning number in the New Jersey Daily Lottery for Friday is 51307. Mrs. Gussie Levenson, Kin of Vinelanders Mrs. Gussie Levenson of Seagate, N.Y., 90, died suddenly yesterday. Born in Poland, she came to this country at the age of 10 and resided in Brotman-ville until she was married when she moved to Brooklyn. She was involved in Mizrachi Women, Hadassah, community activities and synagogue work in Brooklyn. She is survived by four sons, Martin of Miami Beach, Fla., Louis of Westchester County, N.Y. and Nat and Robert of Tuscon, Ariz., one daughter, Molly Newman of South Orange, three brothers, Benjamin Greenblatt of Hallendale, Fla., M. Joseph Greenblatt of Vineland and Dr. Gilbert Greenblatt of Philadelphia, Pa. Also three sisters, Mrs. Mollie Kravitz of Vineland, Mrs. Bessie Greenblatt of Pater-son, Mrs. Lillian Braun of Vineland, and eleven grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Sunday in New York with graveside services at Alliance Cemetery, Norma, at approximately 3:30 p.m. when the funeral party arrives from New York. Rabbi Murray J. Kohn will officiate and burial will be in Alliance cemetery. Landowner Slain On British Isle CHARLOTTE AMALIE, V.I. (AP)-A British landowner was found stabbed to death Friday in the latest in a series of violent killings in the Virgin Islands, police said. On the neighboring island of St. Croix. 19 persons have been slain in the past 18 months. The dead man was identified as Ian Victor Major, 54, who served as an officer in the British marines during World War II and is also known for yachting exploits. His widow, the former Lady Hore-Belisha, reported that she heard a noise, investigated and found Ma jor sprawled on the gallery floor of their St. Thomas home. Mrs. Major, whose first husband was Lord Hore-Belisha, Britain's minister of war during World War II, then called an ambulance. Police declined to give further details and would say only that they were investigating. Major cruised across the Atlantic Ocean several times in a small sailboat. His widow was also a member of the British branch of the Lorillard family, tobacco manufacturers. Major had large land holdings in the U.S. -owned Virgin Islands. Area Weather Sunny today and tomorrow. High both days in the upper 40s to low 50s. Clear tonight. Low in the upper 20s to mid 30s. Precipitation probability near zero per cent through tonight. Winds west to northwest 10 to 20 mph today. Delaware Bay Small craft advisory in effect. Winds west to northwest at the same speeds today becoming variable 10 knots or less late tonight. Weather fair. Visibility 5 miles or more. Average wave height 2 to 4 feet. Funeral Notice In Memoriam BERTONAZZI: In memory of Jackie Bertonazzl on her 27th birthday, December 2nd. As we whisper we love you On thli your birthday tl Just won't be the same Since you werecalled away Hut as we say our prayer o( thanks To God wayiipabove We thank HJm for the happier days When we all shared your love. Sadly missed and loved by Mother and brother Nonnle Poppop Naprava, Aunt Dolores, Uncle Johnny Madkiff BKUNOZZI: In loving memory of husband and father Leo Brunozzl, who passed away 15 years ago tomorrow. Nothing can ever ta ke away 111 clove a heart holds dear. Fond memories linger everyday Remembrance keeps him near. Sadlv missed by Wife, Conceit ; Sons Domlnlck, Sam and Leo Jr. In Memoriam VANNINI: In sad and loving memory of Dpno, son and brother, who passed awayoneyearagotoday, Dec. 1st. Ou r me mory of you Is a keepsa ke For which we will never part Though God has you In his keeping We will always have you In our hearts. Sadly missed by Mother, sisters and brothers. VANNINI: In loving memory of our dear husband and father Deno Vanning who passed away one year ago today, Dec. 1st. Remembrance Is a golden chain Death tried to break, but all in vain To have, to love, and then to part Is t he greatest sorrow In on i heart Theyear may wipe out manhlngs But this they wipe out never The memory of those happy days When we were all together. Sadly missed by Wife Irene Daughter and family BONONCINI: of 625 Cherry st. on Thursday. November 29. 1973. Ned ttononclm In his 76th year. Relatives and frlens of the family are invited to attend the funeral services on Monday, Dec. 3 at 11 a.m. at the Walnwrlght Funeral Home, Landls ave. at north State st. Interment Slloam Cemetery. No vls-ltlnghours. SINCERE THANKS We would like to express our sincere thanks to all relatives, friends, and neighbors for beautiful floral offerings, the loan of cars, contributions to the Heart Fund, and the kind expressions of sympathy extended during our recent bereavement The) f artisfy of Frank A. Irby Roy Hammerstedt of Harding rd. and Geraldine Troxell of 558 north West ave. were both charged with careless driving yesterday after their cars collided at Third st. and Landis ave. Police said the Hammerstedt vehicle was traveling west on Landis ave. and was turning left when it collided with the east bound Troxell car. Cars driven by Florence Griffith of 568 west Weymouth rd. and Mathew Bringer of Hammonton collided yesterday on Wheat rd. and East ave. Ptl. Harvey Shaw, of Vineland police reported that Griffith was traveling east on south on East ave. and Bringer was going east on Wheat rd. when the mishap occured. Griffith was ticketed for a stop street violation. To Yardville for Abduction Vinelander Held William Hess of 2089 north Delsea dr. was arrested yesterday on a charge of embezzlement and held in $500 bail pending a hearing. Hess was arrested on a complaint signed by Carol Travinsky of 2310 south Orchard rd. who charged Hess with failure to return a color television set after repairs. (Continued from Page I ) women to indeterminate terms while some men were given sentences with specific lengths. Judge Gallner vacated the previous indeterminate term for Francine M. Ge-lula, 22, who was convicted of a 1972 armed robbery in Millville. Judge Gallner sentenced the woman to a suspended three-to-five year term at Clinton Reformatory and fined her $750. Mrs. Gelula was placed on probation for three years. Mrs. Gelula and her boyfriend, George Zane, 21, of Atlantic City, were convicted on charges of robbery and robbery while armed in connection with a holdup of William Witoshynski's Modern Tower Luncheonette in Millville. Zane was sentenced to 7-to-10 years in Trenton State Prison. A 22-year-old Bridgeton man who pleaded guilty to cashing three checks stolen from Landis Terrace Apts. in Vineland was sentenced to an indeterminate term at Yardville. Nathaniel Butler Jr. was charged with breaking and entering, larceny of $4,659 worth of checks, and passing the checks at three Bridgeton banks. Robert Guth, 51, whose address was given as Earl Garden Apts., Vineland, was sentenced to nine months in the county jail for embezzling $995 from the apartments while he was working there. Guth, who was given credit for time already served in jail, previously pleaded guilty to the charges. Extra Holiday (Continued from Page 1 ) events. The commissioner said weekend use of school buildings should be eliminated and the use of schools for educational and community purposes at night should be reduced by 50 per cent without sacrificing major programs for vocational and adult high school education. His recommendations also urged administrators to revoke student parking privileges, encourage employes to form car pools and evaluate student transportation. (Coiilinued from Paget) Local fuel dealer George Rossi says rationing dealers would also cut back gas use, and rationing during the war was aided by fuel allocations. "Even with the coupons, sometimes there was no gas available," he explained. "We got only so much gas a week, and when that was gone, that was it." Rossi said Shell stations have been 15 per cent under previous gas allotments since June on a voluntary basis, but that gas consumption has increased every month in spite of this fact. Other companies will probably be forced to take mandatory cuts now, he said. Although many people believe rationing is not necessary and that no crisis really exists, Rossi says it is very real. According to his statistics, gas consumption in New Jersey from 1967 to 1972 increased at a rate of 75 million gallons a month. During the same time period, no new pipelines, deep water ports or off-shore drilling operations were started, and only two new refineries were constructed in the country. . "It will be four to six years before the crisis condition is alleviated and the country is self-sustaining in energy needs," Rossi predicts. PUBLIC NOTICE ORDINANCE NO. Sit AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 278 ESTABLISHING RATES, RULES, AND REGULATIONS FOR THE WATER SEWER UTILITY OF THE CITY OF VINELAND. Be it ordained by the Council of the City of Vineland that Ordinance No. 278, an Ordinance entitled "An Ordinance Establishing Rates, Rules, and Regulations for the Water-Sewer Utility of the City of Vineland" be amended as follows: 1. That Section 12 be and the same Is hereby amended to read as follows: 12. In case of the temporary vacancyby the owner or occupant of any premises the water will be turned off upon written request of the owner or his authorized agent with a $5.00 charge. In addition there will also be a $5.00 charge made by the Water -Sewer Utility when requested to turn water on again. Said requests or orders must be in writing, but the shutting off of the water upon the request of theowner shall not in any way impair the contract then exis ting between the City and the owner. 2. That Section 27 be and the same is hereby amended to read as follows: 27. Meters will be read quarterly for water services rendered, and bills shall be due quarterly at the end of each quarterly period, to wit, on the first business day of the month following said quarterly period. Should the water rent or any bill for meter repairs, or for water shop material furnished or work done remain unpaid for 30-days from the date of bill, the City reserves the right to shut off the water without further notice, but no such cutting off shall deprive the City of the right before the water is again turned on to demand and require pavment of all water rents or other charges accrued. 3. That Section 29 be and the same Is hereby amended to read as follows: 29. In order to comply with official order of the Department of Conservation and Economic Development of the State of New Jersey, Division of Water Policy and Supply, dated November 8, 1956, water service shall be supplied only on metered basis except for temporary service for building, construction and other purposes, fire hydrant and sprinkler service. Charges for such non-metered service shall be in accordance with schedule est abllshed herein for such service or, where such schedule of charges does not apply, the charge for the service shall be on any other basis agreed upon between the Utility and the applicant or consumer based upon estimated consumption of water, said charge to be not less than one and one half times the mini mum charge for applicable metered service. Bills for such special services and for fire hydrant and sprinkler service shall be rendered semiannually and sprinkler service shall be rendered first of each half yearly period, to wit, on the first business day of January and July. Should the water rent or any bill for water shop material furnished or work done remain unpaid thirty days from the date of bill the City reserves the right to shut off the water without further notice, but no such cutting off shall deprive the City of the right before the water Is again turned on to demand and require payment of all water rents or other charges accrued. . i nat section 44 be and the same is hereby amended to read as follows: 44. The following rates shall be charged ana paid for water service: SCHEDULE OF WATER RATES PER ANNUM - FLAT RATES FIRE HYDRANT SERVICE For the use of hydrants for fire purposes only on private property. $50.00 For t he use of hydrants for fire purposes only on public highways by the municipality. $25.00. AUTOMATIC FIRE SPRINKLER SERVICE For service connection to automatic fire sprinkler system used for fire purposes only. $50.00. BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION PURPOSES Where possible water supplied for building and construction operations sha U be metered and charged for at the regular rates. The Water-Sewer Utility, however, shall have the option of making charge for this service on any applicant, but in no case where meter Is not Installed, shall thecharge be less than the following. Residential Building $ 5.00 Non-Residential Building 20.00 METERED RATES The following rates shall be hereafter charged quarterly where water Is supplied by metered measurement to consumers. The following rates apply on the consumption as registered by one meter only. The consu mptlon of t wo or more meters is not to be totaled In submitting statement of charges quarterly. METERED SERVICE RATES First 10,000 cubic feet perquarter $ .31perlOOCu. Ft. Next 20,000 cubic feel perquarter 20perlOOCu. Ft. Next 20,000 cubic feet perquarter 17perlOOCu. Ft. Next 50,000 cubic feet per quarter 13 per lOOCu. Ft. Over lOO.OOOcubic feet per quarter 10 per 100 Cu. Ft. SERVICE CHARGE A service charge of 25 cents per quarter shall be made on all meters up to 3 4" in size : on all meters 1" or larger In size the service charge shall be . 50 cents per quarter. This fixed charge Is" made to cover maintenance of meter sand is in lieu of any repair or maintenance charges on meters except iui repairs made necessary by gross neglect of the consumer as mentioned heretofore. MINIMUM CHARGES After meters are attached no bill will be rendered or payment accepted for less than the following minimum rates for each meter quarterly: Through V Meter Quarterly $ 5.00 Through V' Meter Quarterly 7.50 Through 1" Meter Quarterly 10.00 Through 1" Meter Quarterly 18.00 Through 2" Meter Quarterly 25.00 Through 3" Meter Quarterly 35.00 Through 4" Meter Quarterly 60.00 Through 6" Meter Quarterly 125.00 TAPPING FEES 1 Inch $100.00 (Piping to Curb Line Complete) 1', Inch Tap 120.00 (Piping to Curb Line Complete) 14 Inch Tap 150.00 (Plplngto Curb Line Complete) 2 Inch Tap 180.00 (Piping to Curb Line Complete) Taps larger than 2 Inches in size are to be made only on special arrangement with the Water-Sewer Utility, applicant to pay the full and actual cost of the Installation. All charges Incident to tap applications shall be due and payable in advance. STREET OPENING FEES A street opening fee in such amount as may be determined by Ordinance or Resolution of City Council shall be charged in addition to the above tap charges. METER BOX OR VAULT FEES Inch Meter $ 75.00 y4 Inch Meter 75.00 1 Inch Meter 85.00 Vh Inch Meter 200.00 JIM BERNS Aluminum Siding White Aluminum Guttering Roofing Phone 692 7628 Vinelind. N.J. Hartley's Garage 411 Elmer St. 692-8438 WHEEL ALIGNMENT Dynamometer Tune-Up BRAKES STRAUSS BROTHERS ALIGNMENT CENTER Complete Front End Shop Car & Truck Alignment Electronic Wheel Balancing TuneUps Brake Work 787 No. Delsea Dr. Vineland KOERNER'S PAINT STRIPPING SERVICE Using Houck s Process MAIN RD. & BUTLER AVE. 691-8520 DON'T JUST WISH for that different gift. Find exciting items in "Miscellaneous" in the Classified section today! The New Company" THEATER GROUP AUDITIONS for three one-act plays SUNDAY, DEC. 2,1973 2-4 PM 7-9 PM WALNUT PARK APT. 98 WALNUT RD.. VINELAND 696-0042 692 0425 SENSATIONAL SOUND In music! Check the Want Ads DANCING T0N10HT! LIVE MUSIC By The "ISLANDERS" featuring Sammie Fireside SUNDAY FAMILY DAY -4 pm to 9 pm Over 30 different dishes. It's CHINESE If 8 POLYNESIAN It's a LUAU it's a FEASTI Egg roils. Fantail Shrimps. Won Ton Soup. Egg Foo Yung. Pepper Steak. Chicken Chow Main, Sweet and Sour Pork. Just a few of the e citing taste treats at PACI Fl C ISLAN D. ADULTS 4.75 KIDS 2.75 Pacific Island 1146 South Delsea Drive, Vineland (at Walnut Road) KIDDIE MATINEE Sat. 1 P.M. Only Sun. 2 P.M. Only Al Seats $1.00 HUTT& JEFF AND BUGOFF ELEC. IN-CAR HEATERS NOW THRU TUES. Show Starts 7:15 Children Under 12 fm "lbs Italian Connection" SB Sift lil-a .1L jI n a. ny- AND -BLOODY MAMA" ALSO 1 PRETTY BOY FLOYD LANDIS AVE. VINELAND NOW THRU TUES. Sat. 6 8:00-10 Sun. 5-7:10-9:15 2 Inch Meter 225.0(1 Meter boxes and vaults for meters larger than 2 Inch in size will be installed only on special arrangement wtlh the Water-Sewer Utility, applicant to pay the full and actual cost of the installation. All charges Incident to the Ins tallat Ion of meter boxes and vaults shall be due and payable in advance. 5. That Section 45.4 be and the ame Is hereby amended to read as follows: 45.4 Sewer rent shall be paid quarterly In advance, bills being rendered on the first business day of the month following quarterly reading for metered water service. The City will look to the property supplied in whosoever the ownership may be, for all delinquent accounts for sewer services. 6. That Section 45.5 be and the same Is hereby amended to read as follows: 45.5 CLASS "J" Disposal of Cesspool Effluent and Sludge. The dumping of cesspool effluent and sludge In specially prepared areas at the sewage disposal plant will be permitted for only licensed cesspool cleaners operating within the limits of the City of Vineland. Dumping will be permitted only at times specified by and In accordance with regulations established by the Superintendent of the Water Sewer Utility. Fees for said disposal service shall be In accordance with the following schedule according to truck tank size and shall be payable in the manner and In accordance with regulations established by the Superintendent of the Water-Sewer Utility and City Comptroller: Ta nk Size Up to 1,500 gaUons $3.00 per load Tank Size Over 1,500 gallons 5.00 per load 7. This ordinance shall take effect as of January 1, 1974, the rates herein amended to be applicable to all bills rendered under said rates after said date. 8. All ordinances and provisions thereof Inconsistent with provisions of this ordinance arehereby repealed to the extent of such inconsistencies. NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at a meeting of the Council of the City of Vineland, held on November 29, 1973, the Ordinance published herewith was Introduced and passed on first reading and notice Is hereby given that It will be further considered for final passage after public hearing at a meeting of the said Council to be held at City Hall, Seventh and Wood Streets, In said City of Vneland, on December 11, 1973 at 8 P.M. prevailing time. By Order of the Council of the Cty of Vineland ANNA CASTELLINI, City Clerk December 1, 1973 Printer's Fee: $82.50 11 J. IJa. "WALKING TALL" I Color (A) Toniti k Sunday 7:05 & I 9:20 I Special Kiddie Matinees I Today & Sun. 1&3 -Comic Feature H "MUTT AMD JEFF" SBHHalHHaHBHaaHaaBH - fflfl THE PICTURE EVERYONE IS TALKING ABOUT "BILLY JACK TODAY & SUN 1 3:05 5: 1 5-7:25 9:35 PHOUt S99 ' 4331 MAT. WseONgSMArfM. COUNTRY HOUSE D'ANGELO'S White Horse Pike & Garfield Ave. Chesilhurst, N.J. Phone 767-7788 Famous For ... ITALIAN CUISINE AND OTHER CONTINENTAL DISHES Featuring Our Famous Chef "TONY PINTO" For Lunches and Dinners Proudly Presenting The Well Known ... "BILLY DUKE'S GROUP" Every Wed, Fri., Sat. & Sun. For Your Dancing and Listening Pleasure "it's hit entertainment, and maybe euen memorable entertainment!' -PAUUMMLNIW Yoikut 0 "" W: i TOGETHER! THE I'.'AY Vic tVERE 0 m ill : cm inwt return 5 w msiw wjouchow turn rM mt m i w w m - w m 1 m m kWM HUM lUUHlKU 0 N II i ., IK (MIS M Hi .' Mil WM) I . HELD OVER 3RD WEEK! Sat. 5:60-8-10:10 Sunday 1-3:05-5: 10-7:18-9:20

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