The Daily Journal from Vineland, New Jersey on June 21, 1978 · 24
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The Daily Journal from Vineland, New Jersey · 24

Vineland, New Jersey
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Wednesday, June 21, 1978
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24-Vineland Timet Journal WeiL, June 21, 1978 Giampietro Park Band Concert Set for Sunday The Red, White and Blue Band will continue its series of concerts Sunday, June 25, in Giampietro Park at 7:30 p.m. Carmen Galzerano, director, has announced the following program: "Salute to the U.S. March" by W. Bower; "Cha Cha For Band" by G. Osser; "Cavalleria Rusticana" by P. Mascagni; "Melodies That Were Broadway" by J. Ployhar; "Pom-poso", a tuba solo; "The Masterpiece" by P. Barnes. The intermission guest soloist will be Michele Galzerano who will present a program of popular music. For the second half the band has chosen an Italian March "Pinto del Lario" by R. Beltrami; "I Could Have Danced All Night" by Lerner and Loewe; "Praludium and Gavotte" by A. Corielli; "Stardust" by Hoagy Carmichael, and "March of the Majorettes" by F. Simon. The program is sponsored by the Vineland Recreation Commission in cooperation with Local 595 of the American Federation of Musicians. The admission is free and the rain date for the concert will be Monday, June 26. Wildwood Re-instates Dress Code WILDWOOD, N.J. (AP) -Officials of the American Civil Liberties Union said they would renew their challenge of a reinstated dress code which prohibits persons over the age of 12 from wearing Just bathing suits in public except at the beach. The ordinance was passed Tuesday by city officials here who said they were responding to complaints of scanty dressers from residents and tourists in this shore community. City Clerk Peter Yecco said the ordinance, identical to one rescinded last winter, becomes effective June 30. The ordinance had been rescinded after the local chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union claimed it violated an individual's civil rights. Mayor Guy Muziani said the ordinance was reinstated as a result of complaints of local residents and tourists. "We feel it's important. We go out of our way to protect the family image," Muziani said. Violators probably would receive a warning or a summons, the mayor said. The ordinance says "all persons over the age of 12 years are prohibited from traveling or being upon the streets, avenues, highways, public ways, public parks or boardwalk or any other public place except the beach in the city of Wildwood in bathing suits, or other scanty attire unless they are clothed with a cloak or other suitable outer garment extending from the neck or top of the shoulder to within 10 inches above the knee which cloak or outer wrap or garment shall be fastened with buttons, snaps, zippers, lacing, frogs or other suitable fasteners." ACLU chapter director Jack Barense said the group plans to challenge the ordinance. He said the ordinance has to "relate to a legitimate interest and protect the public welfare" if it is to be valid. "Shirts on or off doesn't have anything to do with the welfare or safety of the population," he said. Barense said the ACLU probably would challenge the ordinance in Superior Court. 1 i 1 1 V v A?.$ AWARD WINNERS - Cleary School principal Rae Daniels (right) presents scholarship award to Eda Cleveland (left) and citizenship award to Natalie Redka during recent graduation exercises. Top Cleary Scholars Honored at Assembly Students at Dr. J.P. Cleary School received awards for academic achievement during an award assembly held at the school. Medals were presented to Millie Collazo for outstanding achievement in home economics, Kenneth Farrell, industrial arts, Steven Bachinsky, instrumental music, Ida Cleveland, music and Linda Bowners, art. The Cleary Award for highest scholastic achievement was presented to Ida Cleveland and Natalie Redka won the outstanding citizenship award. Jan Anderson, Steven Bachinsky, David Copestick, Damon Palmer, Kristen Rainear and Natalie Redka all received medals for maintaining a 90 or better average in each grade while attending Cleary. Students recognized for being on the honor list during the four marking periods in the eighth grade were Steven Bachinsky, FOR HOME DELIVERY OF THE VINELAND TIMES JOURNAL CALL 691-5000 EXT. 55 DEBORAH Heart 4to Eju C E 1 T E R The DEBORAH HOSPITAL will gratefully accept donations for honoring or in memo-riam of a person. Send to DEBORAH 110 N. 6th Street, Vineland, N.J. 08360. Acknowledgement will be sent to the family. FINAL2 NIGHTS FREE KIDDIES PLAYGROUND CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE SHOW OPEN 7:30 STARTS DUSK and the ARGONAUTS UcauueuPCTURfSRimwst ustuancoior r "SEA GYPSIES" G GSIUr-RAL CinHMATHEATftS THE INCREDIBLE SEARCH THAT BECAME THE MOST EXCITING LEGEND OF ALL. JASON AND THE ARGONAUTS LAST 2 DAYS Show Timet Daily 2J-i-7;15UJ FROM THE MAKERS OF SINBAD IN SPECTACULAR DYNARAMA L-enJ'fff invw&&1fm rfrrmv or capacity O istheword " JOHN TRAVOLTA OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN m Dale Beckett, Ida Cleveland, Damon Palmer, Kristen Rainear, Natalie Redka, Jan Anderson, Domenic Caprice, Rita Casadia, David Copestick, Diana Donnelly, Leigh Griffith and Glenn Lolli. Honor students in the seventh grade included Arlene Anderson, Katherine Coats, Darlene Frank, Susan Price and Louis Raciti. Sixth grade honor students recognized were Amy Entwistle, Debra Lombardi, Steven Anderson, Gina Casadia, Lisa Coia, Michael DeMarco, Kimberly Franiaccio, Kimberly Farrell, Sandra Frank, Laura Mastrangelo, Michelle Meyer, Marilyn Mielke, Laurie Randall and Keith Smaniotto. Completes Police Course Sgt. Charles K. Adams of Vineland Police, was among 15 municipal and state police officers who successfully completed an instructor training course at the state Police Training Center in Sea Girt. The two week session required those attending to pass both academic and practical tests designed to measure ability to effectively teach police courses. The program was developed by state police in cooperation with the State Association of Chiefs of Police and funded by a federal grant through the State Law Enforcement Planning Agency. ii mm GLASSBORO STATE COLLEGE PRESENTS MANOFLAMANCHA WILSON CONCERT 23,24 If MALL 8 P.M. 3.50 JUNE A WORLD PREMIERE SHOWDOWN AT THE SUGAR CANE SALOON JUNE24, JULY 1 10:30 AM, 1PM 125 SEASON TICKETS -9.00 FOR MORE INFORMATION 445-5288 Just uhen you thought it was sole to go back in (he water... A UNIVERSAL PICTURE TECHNICOI(lRPMVISIONlPGj mm-1 iwi mm H KNOISWE LANOISAVE AT CAST AVE 6910"' TwiMtTM'w MS 9:25 P.M. ENJOY OUR SPECIAL LUNCHEONS Served Monday thru Saturday W. LANDIS AVE. at RT. 55 VINELAND, NEW JERSEY 696-1010 1 1 -.7m: ft a mm mt i. mumm UP F ' BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNERS $095 SHRIMP i 2369 So. Main Road, Vineland Next to Qar Wash) 692-51 11 We deeply apologize for the recent inconvenience caused when we did not offer you the service you deserve. Our management problem has now been corrected and we would like you to meet our new manager. We invite you to try our Specials: 2 Eggs, 2 Bacon, Hash Browns, Toast, Jelly. ' Burger, French Fries, Sods. Chickenor Veal Cutlet Hot ROAST BEEF 99c 89' $275 4J95 All Dinners With French Fries & Vegetable $100 DINNERS with v I FREE Reg. Soda BURGERS-HOAGIES, BAR-B-Q, SHAKES Open7A.M.-10 P.M. 7 DaysA Week Prices Eff. until July 1st OFF 2nd Victim ofMixup After Car Crash Dies AKRON, Ohio ( AP) - Nineteen-year-old Steve Koval died today in Akron's St. Thomas Hospital, ending an ordeal for his family which was told he was killed, only to learn later that he was still clinging to life. Koval initially had been mistaken for another victim of a Sunday automobile crash. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Koval Jr., had faced friends beside his closed casket and were preparing for a funeral Mass on Tuesday when they discovered Steve was alive and In critical condition. A spokeswoman for the hospital said Koval died at 6: 34 a.m. today. "You hear about these things, but it is really a traumatic situation," said Jim Johnson, vice president of Hummel Funeral Home, where the first body was taken. Authorities identified the other victim as Christopher Anfang, 19, also of Silver Lake. Koval was a passenger in Anfang's car which struck a tree in Silver Lake, a suburb of Akron. The Koval and Anfang families have refused to talk to reporters about the mixup. Both young men, who were described as tall and having blond hair and blue eyes, suffered facial damage in the accident. Both were alive at the scene and were rushed to Green Cross Hospital in Cuyahoga Falls. James Crano, chief investigator for the coroner's office, said this is the first time such a thing has happened in the office. Crano said tentative identification of the men was made at the scene by a friend who was nearby at the time. When the man believed to be Koval died, his father and a priest were called to the hospital. The body believed to be Koval's was taken for an autopsy and then to the funeral home. The surviving man was transferred to St. Thomas Hospital. The Koval family began to have doubts when they were given the dead man's belongings at the funeral home. Koval's sister apparently said the personal items belonged to Anfang, not her brother. Announcement For TEENAGERS SPECIAL SUMMER CLASSES For HUSTLE and DISCO DANCERS Serving two separate Age G roups: -12 years and including 14 year olds -15 years and including 17 year olds. Call 451-7917 Rifnshnwnti will be included and served For information. Reservations Must Be Made. RUDY CARNEGIE DANCE STUDIO ALSO SUMMER CLASSES for 18 YEARS & up with HUSTLE & DISCO Feinstein Building, Bridgeton WILLIAM LEE HOLDEN GRANT TMn I OMEN I The first time was only a warning. Toniu & Tm'w 7:15 & 9:30 PM It'll blow your mind! BURT REYNOLDS "THEE ii Taniti k Toa'w 7:30 t fr.20 PM A SWINGING SAFARI OF LAUGHS! I miiTniMiruM Criwi llHLI uidnti d Vjy IFunglecjBcoKj I .Yd I IJ U Ml VI I II Mmfti 1 1 uiu tin ii u, - - n r WALT DISNEY'S i "T17-DELSEA DRIVE 692 51 J I SlltWI M Dtflfc GtNDUUAUtHOKQ CkU 112. $1 Undw I FtM f

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