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THE RARITAN VALLEY'S LEADING INWSPAPER The Daily Home News SOMERSET COUNTY COMMUNITY NEWS NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J., MONDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 13, 1960. 13 l' V ! i ' 1 i ' ' i:,i,if Jwcr.,..,ia! win .mm i n a Mtx-JS.mtiX . I in i -f i 'i' in, iii i i WELL DONE Gilbert Yawgtr, second from left, it congratulated by Arthur Meredith, Somerset County prosecutor, at a testimonial dinner in Yawger's honor Saturday night at the Somerville Elks Clubrooms on Route'M in Bridgewater. Looking on are Thomas Connell, left, chairman of the dinner; Somerville Mayor Walter F. Scott, center; and Kenneth McCor-mick, dinner vice chairman. Yawger recently retired after 27 years on the Somerville Police Department. (Story on Page One HONOR SENIORS AT PRINCETON PRINCETON Robert W. Tel-lander and John W. McCarter Jr. today were given the highest hon-rs which Princeton seniors can confer upon their classmates in Class Day exercises at Alexander Hall. Tellander, a native of North Hollywood, Calif., received the Class of 1901 Medal, an annual prize awarded to the graduating senior who has done the most for Princeton. McCarter of Oak Park, Inn., won W. Sanderson Detwiler 1903 Prize, given yearly to the senior who has done the most for his class. Both men are students in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. Alban K. Forcione of Chevy Chase, Md., received the Harold Willis Dodds Achievement award. This prize is given to a senior of high academic standing who shows a "devotion to the welfare of the university and to the life of the mind." Multiple prize winner. at the opening exercises included Boris J. Kayser of Lakewood, Paul E. Oppenheimer of New York City, David V. . Forrest of Rockville Center, N.Y., and Donald K. Em-merson of Nigeria, West Africa. One hundred and twenty-two awards were presented at the ceremonies. Twenty-one of them went to New Jersey residents. F.D.RS YACHT TO SAIL AGAIN WILMINGTON, Del. (AP)-The Potomac, the presidential yacht used by Franklin D. Roosevelt, today is undergoing extensive refitting work at a marine repair terminal for nightly commercial cruises. Three New Jersey businessmen have bought the Potomac from the State of Maryland which had purchased it for official use. The businessmen are having k refitted for nightly cruises into the Atlantic Ocean and Chesapeake Bay. The men paid $57,000 for the Potomac but they estimated conversion costs will run to about 1250,000. The businessmen are 'Warren G. Toone of Westmont, flobert F. Johnson of Bellmawr, and Earl Goekeler of Merchant-Ville. . Harry Lieberman, I Mercer Freeholder ' TRENTON Mercer County Freeholder Harry Lieberman died yesterday after his second heart Attack within two months. Stricken at his home, the 63-year-old official was rushed to Mercer Hospital, where he was pronounced dead on arrival at 8:25 p.m. A veteran of 15 years on the Freeholder Board, he would have been seeking his sixth consecutive term this November. Services will be held at 8 a.m. Wednesday from the John A. Hartmann and Sons Funeral Home, 539 Center St. Solemn requiem mass will be celebrated in Holy Angels Church at 9 a.m. Armand Tokatyan, Met Tenor, Dies PASADENA, Calif. (AP -Former Metropolitan Opera tenor Armand Tokatyan is dead at 64 of a heart attack. He died Sunday. Since his re tirement several years ago, To katyan had been living in Pasa dena, coaching young singers. While with the Metropolitan, he sang many of the roles made famous by Enrico Caruso. Tokatyan, born in Egypt, made his opera debut in 1921 in Milan, Italy. FINAL MEETING . METUCHEN The Metuchen Taxpayers Assn. will hold the last meeting of the season at 8 tonight at the Franklin School. A board of governors will be elected and a synopsis will be given of pending subjects of interest to local taxpayers. A review of tie past year's activities will be given also. Honor 3 Students For Scholarship BOUND BROOK-Three awards for outstanding scholarship were presented at graduation exer cises of St. Josephs Parochial School last night in the church. Cited for scholastic achieve ment were Eugene Edward Wy- chunas, Patricia Ann Ryan and Lorraine F. Manning. A prize for general excellence was awarded to Jeanne Elizabeth Morrow. Lorraine Manning also received a prize for excellence in religion. A spelling prize was won by Paul Francis Thompson. Run-ners-up were Elizabeth Ann Serbia and Dolores Buszko. Boys who received awards for school 33 GRADUATE AT ST. MARY'S BOUND BROOK - Diplomas were presented to 33 graduates of St. Mary's School at exercises yesterday afternoon in the church following a mass at noon. The Rev. John Nowak. new pas tor of the church, delivered the commencement address and dis tributed diplomas. - . Prizes had been awarded earlier in anticipation of a recent trip by the class to Washington, D. C. The graduates are: Margaret Casciello, Marcella Clapp, Diane Czaja, Rose Horbo- towicz, Anthony DiGiovanni, John Inglot, Elaine Kaleda, John Kar- penski, Mary Kepczynski, Robert Kolba, Gerald Kowalski, Elaine Krzystow. Constance Lecoskey, Roberta Marish, Carol Ann Mon-itsky, Richard Niemczyk, Ber-nice Paprzycka, Thomas Pastor and Lucille Radwanski. William Rickvalsky, George Sheehy, James Stanislaski, Jo anne Stys, Edward Thompson, Barbara Toth, Robert Wasniew-ski, Anna Wielgosz. Robert Wis- niewski. Rosalie Wrobel, John Yarashas, Joanne Yarka and Edward Zuromski. COMMUNION FETE BRIDGEWATER - The annual father and son breakfast of the Holy Name Society of the Holy Trinity Church of Bradley Gardens was held yesterday at the Bradley Manor Inn, with the Rev. Earl Gannon of St. Jo seph's Church, Bound Brook, as speaker. Members received holy communion in a body at the 8 m. mass in the church. CHURCH PICNIC SOMERVILLE The primary department of the North Brancn Reformed Church Sunday School will hold the annual picnic Saturday. Members are to meet at the church at 10:50 a.m. IK'"'' , 'L.-iC Sf ) f I 1 xf V t 4 , .,?. c , i ; wo i rh V-,' ',. WSL. ., .-::,:.: . ,::. K- I . . v. ii i Tfiimur T Turn-irn-iin-iTi 1 Vi"toiniiini i ti xrni ii nirwr-" nimiilii PERUSING THE PROGRAM Checking over the program before Saturday's all-sports dance of the Slue jays Boosters, supporters of Middlesex High School athletes, at the Somerville Inn, Bridgewater, are, left to right, Joseph Podhoka, athletic star; William Leckonby, head football coach at Lehigh University, who spoke; John W. Sylvia, president of the group; Joseph ' Barile, basketball coach at Bound, Brook High, School; and Joseph Zelasny, all-state wrestling champion. spirit were Anthony Kostecki and John William Murphy. The girl cited for school spirit was Maria Parisi. '. ' The Rev. Edmund W. Kreger, pastor, presented the prizes and conferred diplomas upon 55 eighth-grade students. The commencement, address was delivered by the Rev. Augustine Sei-denberg of St. Joseph's Church, Camden. The students sang several hymns, and the program closed with Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. The graduates are: Glenn T. Benson, Barbara E Bettinger, Dolores Buszko, Judith Capolupa. James F. Collins, Ml chael Collins, Susan I. Connelly, Woodrow W. Connelly, Catherine Corigliano, Roseann M. Demato, Margaret A. Edmonds. Mary J. Eledge, Brian Eshleman and Mary A. Galluccio. Henry J. Giammello. Peter M. Golka, Patricia A. Gonda, Girard J. Haley. Michael J. Harchetts, Edward J. Hauber, William Hipo- lit, Alexis V. Izzo, Michele M. Jannone, Cathleen M. Juronics, Gloria J. Kendzulac, Anthony C. Kostecki and Margaret A. Kuhn. David V. Lippincott, Dennis L. Lynch, Michael G. Mancino, Lor raine F. Manning, Alfred C. Ma- thieu, Frederick K. Matthews, Mary McGuire, Jeanne E. Morrow, Howard J. Mundy, John W. Murphy, Harold L. Myers, Maria Parisi. Francis T. Paternoster and Brian Pintenich. Patricia A. Ryan, Elizabeth A. Serbin, John S. Smith, Robert A. Stolt, Valerie S. Sullivan, Joseph L. Tarentino, Paul F. Thompson, Zsolt C. Vargo, Joanne R, Waida, Gerald Waverka, Eugene E. Wy-chunas, Thomas P. Yadvish and Ruth C. Zabczyk. Family Dinner Marks Anniversary BOUND BROOK - Mr. and Mrs. Casper Fidacaro Sr., 560 Marion St., observed the 28th an niversary of their marriage with a family dinner yesterday. The former Miss Marie Ann Matteis, daughter of Mr. and! Mrs. James V. Matteis, 20 1st Ave., Raritan, and Fidacaro werei4 married ir. St. Ann's Church, Rar itan, by the late Rev. Amedeo Russo, June 12, 1932. They have three children, Cas per F. Jr., now in his second year at Union Junior College; James, graduating this year from Bound Brook High School; and Barbara Ann, a seventh-grader at Wash ington School. Mr. and Mrs. Fidacaro have been borough residents for 39 years. Fidacaro is violations clerk and assistant borough engineer, j Common Problems Unite Two Groups BRIDGEWATER Common problems brought the leaders of the Finderne and Bradley Gar dens taxpayers associations to gether yesterday with the result that the two groups will work to gether on such matters in the future. The Bradley Gardens group. represented by John Niece, presi dent, and member Joseph Rai- mondo, invited the Finderne unit, represented by Paul Pierson, president, and John Proscura, vice president, to the conference. After the two-hour session, the four felt both groups had much in common, such as complaints against the methods of sewer installation, the high cost of the school expansion program, high township and school budgets, and the "skyrocketing taxes" levied on township taxpayers. Also discussed critically was tne ordinance introduced at last Monday's Township Committee meeting concerning wages to be paid to township employes. The leaders decided that they would compare the increases in salaries with those on county and slate levels and determine whether the hikes are within the current township budget before the ordinance is approved. A public hearing on the ordi nance is scheduled before the Township Committee June 20. While the Finderne group previously had been quite vocal in its objections to treatment, by the GIVE TROPHIES FOR BOWLING BOUND BROOK - Trophies were awarded before Saturday's first Blue Star District Explorer Bowling League Dance at the American Legion Home. "The Untouchables" of Post 85, sponsored by the North Branch First Reformed Church, received the first-place award. They also received the W. O. Langille Tro phy, donated by Langille, the president of Diehl Manufacturing Co. Receiving the second-place tro phy Were the "Alley Cats" of Post 200 of Bound Brook, spon sored by American Cyanamid Co., while the "Royal Fins" of Ship 190, sponsored by the Manville VFW post, got the third-place award. The Somerset Bowlerama, Roc co Miele manager, presented tro phies to 26 boys who bowled 175 or better and eight trophies who rolled 200 or higher. George Seip, treasurer of the league, and John Danko, secretary, served as masters of cere monies, while Ralph Christ ensen, coach, presented the Langille tro phy. The other trophies were also donated by merchants in the Bound Brook area. Bible School Starts Next Week SOMERVILLE - The Vacation Bible School of the First Metho dist Church will start next Monday, the Rev. Harold B. Wright, pastor, has announced. Sessions will continue daily from 8 to 11:30 a. m. to July 1. A "Parents Night" Program has been set for June 30 at 7. Miss Suzanne McNutt will be the superintendent. Parents are to contact her for information and enrollment of children. The pastor also announced several meetings of the WSCS of the phnrrh fnr thie minth Tomorrow night at 8 Circle No. will meet at the home of Mrs. J. A. Dogherty, New Center Rd, Thursday night, Circle No. 1 will meet at the home of Mrs. George Taylor, Arthur Rd. On June 21, three meetings are slated. Circle No. 2 will meet at the home of Mrs. Harold B. Wright, N. Doughty Ave., at 6:15 p. m.;Circle No. 3 will meet at the home of Mrs. C. E. Baer, 47 Madison St. and Circle No. 6 will meet at the home of Mrs. H. R. Baines, 219 W. Summit St., both at 8. township fathers with the possible secession of that ratable-rich sec tion from the municipality discussed, the Bradley Gardens group has been relatively quiet Trunk sewer systems, which are being installed in both sec tions, have drawn numerous complaints from citizens, complaints, which have at times been recog nized as valid by the governing body. There is a good possibility of a meeting soon of Mayor David H. Conroy and the Borough Council of Bound Brook with leaders of the Finderne association on Con-roy's invitation to Finderne to join that municipality. Somerset Deaths ERNEST "ED" SORENSEN BRIDGEWATER Ernest "Ed" Sorensen of Rte 206, died sudden ly Thursday at bis home. He was 57. Born in Norway, he came here about 41 years ago. He had been employed as a cook at the Far Hills Inn for about three years. He is survived by a stepmother, Mrs. Rose Sorensen. of Charles ton, S.I., a sister, Mrs. Gertrude Weiss, of Brooklyn; and two brothers, Henry of Bobylon, L.I., and William, of Baltick, Conn. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow at the Bongiovi Funeral Home, 31 W. Somerset St., Raritan, with the Rev. Arthur M. Lan-don, of the Third Reformed Church, officiating. Interment will be in New Cemetery, Somerville. BARTOLOMEO JAMES OE STEFANO BRIDGEWATER - Bartolomeo James DeStephano, 82, of 20 Ivy Lane, Bradley Gardens, died suddenly at his home yesterday. Born in Messina, Italy, he came to the United States 66 years ago and for the past 29 years had been a resident of Bradley Gar dens. He was a retired carpenter. In addition to his wife. Anna, he is survived by two daughters,' Mrs. Joseph Giovannelli, of Gras- sey Key, Fla., and Mrs, Ferdi nand Strangio, Glen Ridge, N.J.; two sons, Frederick of Bradley Gardens and James, of Palisades Park; a brother, Louis, of Union City; a sister Bartolomeo Picone, of Easton, Pa., nine grandchildren and 14 great grandcihldren. Funeral services will be at 9 a.m. Thursday at the Bongiovi Funeral Home, 31 W. Somerset St., Raritan, and at 9:30 a.m. at St. Anne's Church, Raritan, with the Rev. Charles LaCavera as celebrant of the mass. Interment will be in St. Bernard's Cemetery, Bridgewater. MRS. NORMAN ANDERSON SOMERVILLE The funeral of Mrs. Clara E. Anderson, 50, who died suddenly Saturday at her home, 344 Union Ave., will be held tomorrow at 8:30 a.m. from the Cusick Funeral Home, 80 Mountain Ave. a requiem mass at 9 a.m. in Immaculate Conception R. C. Church, said by the Rev. Eugene B. Kelley, will precede interment in the church cemetery. Mrs. Anderson leaves her hus band, Norman; four daughters, Mrs. Sheila Rayvm of Annandale, Norma Jean, Gail and Carol, at borne, and a son, Wayne, also at home; two brothers, Edward and Jack Haley of Somerville; a sis ter, Mrs. Margaret Cambina of Springfield; and one grandchild. JOHN RAABE SOMERVILLE John Raabe died yesterday, at the age of 92, in his home, 51 Central Ave. Mr. Raabe was sexton of the Fourth Reformed Church for many years. He is survived by a daughter. Mrs. John Fiedler of this bor ough; and a sister, Mrs. Augusta senroeder of Hollis, L. I. The Rev. David Boyce. pastor of the Fourth Reformed Church, will officiate at the funeral, to morrow at 2 p.m. in the Speer Funeral Home. 10 W. End Ave. Interment will follow in New Cemetery. Mother of Five Reported Missing BOUND BROOK - A 29-year- old mother of five was being sought today by borough police after being reported missing from her 366. W. 2nd Ave., home by her husband since 10 a.m. Saturday. Donato Natalizio told police he went to work at about 8:50 a.m. on Saturday, leaving his wife at home with their five children. At 4 p.m., he told police, he received a call from his sister-in-law, Mrs. Frances Zenatelli of W. Union Ave., saying her sister, Mrs. Theresa Natalizio, had left four of the children there at about 10 a.m. with the understanding that the children would be picked up at 2 p.m. . Police later found the car Mrs. Natalizio was driving near the freight station abandoned. Police described the missing woman as 5 feet, 4 inches tall; weighing about 140 pounds; with blonde hair and hazel eyes. STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL SOUTH BOUND BROOK The Auxiliary of the First Aid Squad will hold a strawberry festival from 6 to 9 p. m. tomorrow at the squad building. WRECKED Crumpled front end of this new car shews feree of impact of collision on Stelton Road, Plscataway Township, Saturday night in which three persons were injured. Pe lice said the accident occurred when a car operated fay Erby McCall Jr. of Edison crossed Into the left lane and smashed into the car shown, operated by George Wielichoski of Middlesex. Diplomas Presented At Parochial School RARITAN The Rev. Joseph G Olsovsky, pastor of St Joseph's land Valentine Casey. jsjoiI stelton M Church, presided at the com- Perfect attendance awards went1 .... . . , mencement exercises of St. Jo-to Otto Gsell, Herbert Lindner, near ,h New D"m Road In-seph's Parochial School ye ster- Patricia Andreychak, Teresa tersection. day in the school auditorium. Campana, Carol Ann Kelly,) AH were released after treat-He conferred diplomas on 35! Catherine Krug and Carol Annjment for multiple bruises and graduates and distributed the nonor awaras. xne commence- ment address was delivered by the Rev. Eugene B. Kelly, pastor of the Church of Immaculate Conception, Somerville. Awards for general excellence, donated by the PTA and Auxiliary of the Raritan Lions Club, went to: Mary Jane Zan Grando, Daria Matiyew, Francis Carri and Carol Ann Kelly. Elizabeth Ann Melnyk was awarded top honors for effort and application and Miss Zan Grando took the top honors in the diocesan religion contest. Awards for school 'spirit and cooperation went to Patricia Andreychak, Teresa Campana, Rita Gerard, Raymonde Thuot, Olga Landwijt and Joan Frangelli. The mission activity awards swent to Phyllis Russo.Winners in the poetry contest sponsored by the Catholic Daughters were SERVICE HELD FOR GRADUATES SOMERVILLUE - The Rev. Harold B. Wright, pastor of the First Methodist Church, was in charge of the baccalaureate services yesterday for 29 young people of the church who will be graduated from Somerville high school this week. World is a Stage" and told the graduates of their responsibilities in the future and the important parts they may be called upon to play in the world. Wearing caps and gowns, stu dents entered the church in academic procession. During the service, each graduate was intro duced by Miss Suzanne McNutt, director of Christian education for the church. Harvey Whitten, superintendent of the church school, presented each graduate with an inscribed Methodist book of worship. Receiving the awards were: Earl Pomrinca, Randolph Ruck- er, Jeanne Runge, Robert Schnei der, John Seibert, Ruth Shanley, Robert Stevenson, Theodore Tre lin, Carol Vorvoort, Caroline Wil cox, Wayne Winkels, Harold B. Wright III, Robert Baines, John Moore, Frank Leslie, Lester Curtis, Samuel Englehart, Albert Everett Jr., Kenneth Fredericks, Joan Grantham, George Hall, Her bert Hall, James Heywood, Alfred Jorgensen and William Krause Jr. Hold Breakfast For Drive Workers SOMERVILLUE An orientation breakfast for solicitors of the United Jewish Appeal was held yesterday in the Jewish Community Center, Park Ave. Speaker was Ira Feinberg. Chairman of the fund drive is Abe Schumer. He will be assisted by Edward Allen. Paul Fleischer, Harry Gulka, Albert Lapan, Gil bert Pelovitzt Dr. Benjamin Rabin and Harry Robinovitz. Participating organizations In clude: Congregation, Anshe Che sed, Golden Age Group, Hadas- sah Chapter, Hebrew Ladies Aid Society, Jewish Community Center Assn. and Women's Auxiliary, Orshon Post JWV; National Council of Jewish Women, National Jewish Appeal, Temple Beth El and Sisterhood, Temple I Beth Israel and the Zionist Or- ganizattion of Americans. COULDN'T HELP IT SOMERVILLE An Ann Arbor, Mich, man was charged with careless driving after the car he was operating struck another ve hicle at Union and Gaston Ave nues at about 3:40 p. m. yester day, borough police reported. Evangelos Koragiams, 28,- of Ann Arbor told police he saw the vehicle driven by Robert H. Duffy, 23, of 61 Brookside Ave., stop in front of his car, but couldn't avoid skidding imo the rear of the Duffy vehicle. .: . .It . Susan Gilmore, Herbert Lindner; Lipoma. ine Daccaiaureale Mass was held in the morning in St. Joseph's Church at the 9 o'clock mass and was celebrated by the pastor. Students receiving diplomas were: Paul Barrett, Francis Cam, Valentine Casey, Donald Coury, Anthony D'Ambola, Vin cent Demasi, Robert Gecik, Otto Gsell, Nicholas Hahn, Edward Harcarik, Herbert Lindner, Jo seph Mattoe, Robert Morella David Piendel, Michael Sadowski. Patricia Andreychak, Annette Bedner, Teresa Campana, Carol-lyn Ciancuilli, Joan Frangelli, Rita Gerard, Susan Gilmore, Carol Ann Kelly, Catherine Krue. Olga Landwijt, Rita Langon, Carol Ann Lipoma. Doria Matiyew, Elizabeth Melnyk, Phyllis Russo, Joan Skorny, Heather Stiponavic, Raymonde Thuot, Agnes Vittelli and Mary Ann Zan Grando. UNION NAMES ITS COMMITTEES MANVILLE Committees for the year have been appointed for Local 800, AFL-CIO, Papermak- ers and Papermakers Union In ternational, which represents workers in the Johns-Manville plant, by President Kowalski. They are: Job evaluation and sf Anla rfa ITMisalclrt Bjf i ieVi nil Charneski, Stanley Wisniewski, John Gazo; contract. Smith. Krass, James Burt. Charles Charneski, Albert Paleski, Andrew Getsie. Sick and death donation. John Bezek, Peter Herinko. Frank Da-lesandro, Thomas Medash, Thel-ma Zelinski, Anthony Dorsa and Jack Burt; publicity, Krass, Ko- "VTi.Z i . , w walski, Smith; safety, Frank Fi- ?r M w.u t ed as president of the temple and duk. Joseph Mondrone, James r. m,..o cu..ii u c-r.aun Hrr tk- .M": MmW Skydell, the Sister- C tt, r..i j ZT:' - i'awrence wina Bylaws and constitution. Harrv Weeks, Michael Koroly. John Lo- yack, Paul Zagarski, Frank Da- lesandro, Steve Pankowski. Wal lace Kroll; entertainment, Albert Zabawa, John Loyack, James Shur, John Malik, Ted Slaby. Ralph Garguilo, Julia Warness. Thelma Zelinski, Bernard Stack, Wilbert Smikle, Joseph Soberick, Joseph Reimer, Guy Freeman, Frank Gill, Anthony Dorsa, Leo Michno and Vincent Zabonya. St. Francis Graduates 77 METUCHEN Some 77 gradu ates received diplomas from the Rev. John J. Foley and the Rev. Thomas J. O'Connor at the graduation exercises yesterday of St. Francis School. The address to the graduates was given by the Rev. Walter A. Radziwon of SU John Vianney Church, Colonia. Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament was celebrated by the Rev. Francis A. Crine. A program of hymns was sung by the Girls' Choir, directed by Sister Mary Corelita and accompanied by Mrs. James Minter. Mlchicl Berrtn. Thomu Bcrrinfer. Willlim Bornhclmtr, Joseph Bowa, Stephen Campbell, Richard Cann, Howard Col(rove. James Crownover, John Dalley, Joseph Decker, Francu Demary Kenneth Clneen. Aobert Doherty. jonn none, Anarew u .uro, Jimei rarnall, Thomas Fitzgerald. Daniel Fltzpatrick, Lawrence Clrard, Curtis Gutld. William Hackett, Francis Hee-nan, John Hlnton, Robert Hoey, Al oe n parson Thomas Little. John Looiccolo. John Lynch. James Minter, Roger Morin Terence Murphy. John Nolsn, Andre Suagliariello, Albert Sslomone, eorie Sawickl. Charles Schwalje. Richard ShuDDer. Edward Smoke. William Storts, Em II Swltzer, Michael waraer,. Constance Alexander. Nancy Bailey. Roberta Caito. Carole Checke, Cath-!l rMaplr Uk.. r- L. T . .. Degnan. Ma'ryann Dentyan, Margaret fer, Mr. and MrS.- Walter Schoen- Gir Don r"ck' IUMb"hjfeld. Norman Landis, Mrs. Rich, Mary Healy. Barbara Herbst. Kith- icsT'i rv iiijuii, nii;ii avi , nun; Lynn, Sheila Martines, Virginia Naw- rockl, jantce rauimenn, Janet per-rino, Kathleen Posndl, Eileen Potter, siary nooun nanaau Cheryl Richie. Kathleen Rogers. Phyllis Sanu Maria, Haldt Sardone. i ana airs. Jiuwdiu nuciuom. Judy Scott suan shea, cynthiaj General chairman are Mrt. Smith, Monica Smith, Rosemary Ter-'. ... r i . , entt. Susan Tomalin. Phyllis Toth. ! KlevanS and Mrs. Robert COit- iKathleen Whlttaker and Kay William - ' -', 'it ; THREE INJURED IN COLLISION PISCATAWAY TOWNSHIP Two 18-year-old Middlesex girls and 24-year-old Edison man were in hired Saturday nicht in lacerations of the face and body from St. Peter's General Hospital, where they were taken by the Arbor Rescue Squad. They were, Georgene H Wieli choski of 301 Lincoln Rd. and Mary Theresa Conrad of 418 Clinton Ave., both of Middlesex, and Erby McCall Jr. of 3rd St., Edison. Police said two witnesses t the accident told them that Mc- Cal, driving south on Stelton Rd., had swerved over into the north bound lane. One of the witnesses, William Kaplar of Nixon, said he was driving north on the highway, in front of the car occupied by the two girls, when he saw McCall's auto coming straight towards him, police said. He said he swerved over into the left lane to avoid collision with the on-coming car and then heard the impact of the crash with the car behind him. Miss Wielichoski said she rounded a slight curve near New Durham Road and saw the McCall auto loom in front of her, police said. They added that McCall told them on questioning. "I must have fallen asleep." The investigation is not yet complete, police said. TEMPLE UNITS SEAT OFFICERS SOMERVILLE Officers of Temple Beth Israel and its Sisterhood were installed at a dinner meeting last night in the Tern- pie by Fred Pelovitz. The Tem ple Choir, directed by Michael. lUUUU. Other Temple officers seated were: First vice president, Dr. Simon Goldweber; second vice president, Ernest Fuerso; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Ed-ward Zell; recording secretary, Mrs. Richard Goldsmith; treasurer, Mrs. Mollie Kahn; financial secretary, Morton Turner. Trustees, Mrs. Eugene Cohen, Jack Greenwald, Judge Joseph Halpern, Mrs. Maurice 'Robinovitz, Mrs. Alan J. Stolow, Milton Weiss, Mrs. Julius Yasgur, Samuel Kline and Pelovitz. Other Sisterhood officers seated were Mrs. David Gerb and Mrs. Sidney Granitz, vice presidents; Mrs. Donald Hartfield, treasurer; Mrs. Irving Agin, recording sec retary; Mrs. Bernard Indeck, corresponding secretary. Board members invested were: Mrs. Leonard Fox, Mrs. Harold Weiner, Mrs. Leonard Farness, Mrs. Martin Katz, Mrs. Joseph Katz, Mrs. David Segal, Mrs. Edward Adler, Mrs. Morton Turner, Mrs. Herman Ehrlich, Mrs. Harry Abramson, Mrs. Don ale Pantel, Mrs. Leonard Winkler, Mrs. Edward Wasser, Mrs. Simon Gold weber and Mrs. Al Rogut. List Names Of Performers SOUTH BRUNSWICK - Mrs. Sidney Smith and Mrs. Jerry Fegan, directors of the show to , , . . & presented at the paid-up mem- bership affair of the Jewish Community Center, Kendall Park, Saturday, at 9 p.m., have listed those who will participate. The performance will be based on the music of "My Fair Lady." Music will be played by Robert Cohen, and the performers will be: Aaron Rosloff, Marvin Schlaf- arrl Rnrion Mr. Sevmnur DansKT. Mrs. Edward Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Glickman. Mrs. Stephen Klevans. Mrs. William Winick. j n -j t u..v !,.

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