The Central New Jersey Home News from New Brunswick, New Jersey on May 28, 1963 · 8
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The Central New Jersey Home News from New Brunswick, New Jersey · 8

New Brunswick, New Jersey
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Tuesday, May 28, 1963
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THE DAILY HOME NEWS NKW BRUNSWICK, N 1 , TI F..SDAY, MAY 2. 11M NKW BRUNSWICK, N 1, TI F..SDAY. MAY 23. 11M 41 Georges Rd., New Brunswick I FAMOUS BRAND 1 ni n nirTiiiiDAi rural eii ii iuir i nn.oi r iui e Iw tab? ill km uunuumi nL.j.j im.:.i,.. 1 B .1 ' M I FULL rV W O I quart ""CX ri - nil fULL I .L-J V QUART I a i ' - - - u yJi-iti'r-ss COLLEGE OQ 8 hi . I n u r IjlfJ Vii 1 . Will FULL QUART 1 CHARKA Ir.itnicb'ii'iiisi.ri' VODKA ' .a,.- ! FULL QUART RUiVl nJ FULL QUART M Shoe Store Manager to Retire, Converses in Five Languages Albert Papouchado, for Hip past 1!) years manager of the Thorn McAn Shoe Store at 337 George St., will retire June 1. He had worked for Thorn McAn for 30 years, Papouchado began his shoe re tailing care er as a part-time sales man at $12 a week in 1933. A native of Cairo, Kgypt, he can speak French. Italian, Spanish, Arabic and some Greek and often conversed with customers in their native languages. The Papnuchados own a home in Itoss Hall Blvd. Caring for the house and grounds will, according to Papouchado, take up much of his new spare time. His plans also call for occasional dcep-ca fishing, excursions and cooking his favor ite hobby. Mrs. Papouchado Is a member of the New Brunswick Art Center anil has participated in many local exhibits. Stepping up into the manager's position at the George St. store is Walter Kolrba of fiffl) Wood Ave., assistant manager of the stmet for the past 12 years. if , A X ' si ALBERT PAPOUCHADO Motorists to Get Traffic Reports T It K N T 0 N ' AP)-Motorists Motorists traveling in New Jersey during the summer weekends will be able to keep track of traffic ticups by turning on their radios the New Jersey State Police an nounced today. The state police will operate a special traffic reporting service during the summer to keep track of all main roads into the shore and mountain resort areas. The reports will be made available to radio itations in New Jersey, New York City and Kastcrn Pennsylvania. Broadcasts will be made at 3:30, 7:30 and 9:30 on Friday and Sunday evenings and at 10:30 a.m. and 9:30 p.m. on Saturdays, according to Col. Dominick R. Cappcllo, superintendent of state police. The night before Memorial Day and July 4 there will also be the three evening advisories, he said. Service Scheduled For Anniversaries EDISON Wide response in I registration for the special program honoring couples who are celebrating their golden or silver wedding anniversaries during 1903 is reported by Mr. and Mrs. Wiiliam Leahy of Wood-bridge, who are in charge of the affair, which will be held at St Mary's Cathedral, Trenton, at 4 p.m. June 30. Almost 100 couples from more than 35 parishes have already registered, the Lcahys told the Rev. Edmund W. Krcger, pastor of St. Joseph's parish in Bound Brook and director of the Family Life Bureau of the Trenton Diocese, sponsor of the event, at the bureau here Sunday. Bishop George W. Ahr will officiate in the holy hour ceremonies, which will include the presentations of the scrolls and tbe papal blessing at the cathedral altar. Following the service, a brief reception will be held in the calhedral dining hall. RECEIVE SCOUT PINS METL'CHEN Nine members of Mr and Mr. Rene.: Missir of Brownie iiuuh " Edison, central office couple for the bureau, reported that the bureau plans to make this an annual affair in the Trenton diocese. Dried milk in colors 'red, green, yellow and blue) is being marketed in Japan. cis Neighborhood received Jiieir scout pins in a fly-up ceremony Thursday at the home of Mrs. William Boardman. They were Donna Boardman, Susan Henderson. Doreen Graham, Maureen Dempsey, Gwen O'Connor, Pamela Scharwath, Karen Tagliabos-chi, Amanda Tomalin and Deborah Tomchak. IANCAR CHAMPAGNE NEW YORK STATE WHITE SJ 99 PINK QT. COLLEGE CLUB COCKTAILS S'l 99 MANHATTAN MARTINI OT. C "ALL ABOVE BODNAR'S EXCLUSIVESI' CHARTER 9-4200 PARKING Oil OUR LOT!! Yarosz Installed as League President Edward Yarns was in.' tailed ns president of The Home News Bowling League last night at the eague's second annual banquet at the Flagpost Inn, South Bruns wick. He succeeds William Wa. ner. Olhrr officers for the IW.W4 season arc Mrs. Barbara Tal- uto, vice president, and James McGraw, secretary-treasurer. Filtv-five bowlers and guests attended the banquet and danced to the music of the Aimsonics. County Detective To lleeeive Decree From Seton Hall County Detective George J. Soriano will be graduated from Seton Hull University, Newark, on June 8, with an associate in arts degree. Soriano, 41, who lives at 2G Claremont Ave, North Brunswick, has been a member of the Prosecutor's (Mike staff since 1954 and his primary duty is handling cases involving motor vehicle fatalities in Middlesex County. He joined the Prosecutor's Office after six years' service as a N.J. state trwprr. A native of Raritan, Soriana attcmll schools there and was graduated from Somervillc High School. Soriano, named to the dean's list at Seton Hall, studied at Washington State University College and has received certificates from Rutgers University for traffic administration, public speaking and Soriano holds an inslructor's certificate from the N. J. Police Training Commission and teaches at the Middlesex County Police Training School. He and his wife, Audrey, have two daughters, Patti, 6. and Donna. 3'j. fen y In rf n til hpy CUSTOM CUT FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE Stanley Jacobs says: "Why pay more for your favorite cuts of meats when you can buy them at your nearest pan at? o UUULsL-U U MARKET AT REASONABLE PRICES! : IMS WGSES FEATURES : CEfiUCEI SEACS . . . 39c lb. CHUCK ROAST (bonc-in) 39c lb. READY-TO EAT SMOKED HAMS ITLL-CUT OQc I I ILL-CUT SHANK HALF 03 lb. r.LTT HALF 49c ib. LEAN BEEF CHOPPED MEAT SIRL0I?J SH" CUT BONELESS STEflKS roast ROAST 691 BL Wl ic HVGRABE FRAWEIS 59c lb. RIB STEAK .... 69c lb. is Port erhouso SteaEi 75c lb. SHOP THE GARDEN STATE QUALITY MEAT MARKET NEAR YOU! 1123 GEORGES ROAD, CORNER ELMWOOD PLACE NORTH BRUNSWICK (ACROSS FROM NORTH BRUNSWICK SHOPPING CENTER) ROUTE -27, EDISON (NEXT TO BELL'S DRUG STORE) 203 SOUTH MAIN STREET, CORNER HIGH STREET, METUCHEN 970 AMBOY AVENUI, CORNER STH STREET, (Clara Barton) FORDS YOUNG ADULT MEETING On Sunday. Catholic Young Adult Club will hold its monthly nieetina at St. Joseph's Church in Hound lirook. The Kosary will he said at 7:30 p.m. at a holy hour followed by the meeting. A Ret-together will follow in the church hall. LumlKT consumption in the U.S. during 12 totaled 37.4 billion board feet. DOWNTOWN NEW BRUNSWICK STORES WILL BE OPEN WEDNESDAY NITE 'TIL 9 P.M. the NORTH BRUNSVICK TOWNSHIP RESIDENTS ATTENTION On May 30 directly after the parade at 2:30 p.m. Recreation Commission is sponsoring a series of athletic events at Babbage Park. 30 yard dash end sack race for boys and girls ages 6 to 9, 10-11, 121 3. Winners will receive awards at the speakers stand. Each participant in any event including all bicycle riders in the parade will be given refreshments or ride tickets. Also awards will be made to the best male and female dancers. Winners of the Bocci game, and to the winners of ball game between firemen.. Presentation of awards will be made by Harry C. Burns, chairman. Competitive activities are limited solely to the rest-dents of North Brunswick Township. Come out and enjoy the afternoon at Babbage Park. HARRY C. BURNS, Chairman JJZnAULIl imsajLi Sf( I mil I m :fvV- 0 ii 15KAM) NEW TIHE (Miarantrnl for l." Months. .. y4 I f ) f I Na.ionMi.Ic l Ml U Full l-Fly Trcx Conl 13 FKEK 5IOUM1XC nX" t, Cr Tir. E,Krt. V J AM) OLD TIUE - Vtml I"" 1,M jlgg Vor OI, TlVc fis: i ..i . Ou,i "nW,,--J ard, , . SEARS NEW BRUNSWICK 101 ALRANY STKEET CH 9-1230 TucMtay, Wednttday. I Fridny I t p.m. PERTH AMBOY. Mon. and Fri. 'til 9 p m 27$ Hobirl Strtft SOMERVILLE Mon. and Fri. Hil 9 p.m. Somtritf City Shopping Ctnttr ) SatUf action (uarantreil Or Your Money Hark

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