The Central New Jersey Home News from New Brunswick, New Jersey on March 25, 1964 · 16
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New Brunswick, New Jersey
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Wednesday, March 25, 1964
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16 THE DAILY HOME XEWS NEW BR' NSWICK. NJ. WEDNtSDAY. MARCH SS. I DINNER MEETING riSCATAWAY TOWNSHIP A dinner meeting will be held April 20 by the Women's Ferni'i- NEW BROOK AMPLE IRIF. PARKIi NOW THRU SATURDAY Plus "DIME WITH A HAtO" SAT. -SI N. MATINKK (PM.I "PUSS 'N BOOTS" hr.m Club in the Ar!xr Mrs. Warren K. llrich, chairman, is arranging for a speaker from the United Nations. The club will be hostess April 15 at a meeting of the Women's GOP Club of Middlesex County in the River Read firehouse. Edison Resident Named Head SCHOLAR EARNS Of Neighborhood 7 Group KINK. Hi thru RATI KIIAlf KVK. ELVIS PRESLEY "KISSING COUSINS" SHOW N AT 1 A :; P M. C HII IRFN i SHOW SATI RDAY MATIM.K - P.M. "LADD, A DOG" STRAND CINEMA NEW BRUNSWICK CH 9-0198 POSITIVELY FOR ADULTS ONLY!! ! WMNHlttfclMTOMHmUN)- mi wf CA11 CONWAY JUL MARTIN ADVENTURE . ft Air jm W COLOR INTO I TERROR! 1 ggStfJaS Gnm&i&mnB 1 K OLSON' A township woman who first entered scouting in .New York City at a?e 9' 2 is the new Neighborhood 7 Chairman of Crossroads Girl Stout Council. She is Mrs. Kdna Poderson, who resides with her husband, Robert, their two youngsters, Elizabeth. 10. and Thomas, 9, and two boxer dogs, Kelly and Muggsy, at 18 Mary Ave. As Neighborhood Chairman, she directs activities in Fords. Clara Barton, Hopelawn and Keasby. She also is a leader for Junior Girl Scout Troop 204 at School 7, Fords, and is employed by the Reynolds Department Slore, Perth Amboy, where she is in charge of unit control for ladies' sportswear. In the past four years, she has served as Brownie Scout Leader in Perth Amboy; assistant leader to Intermediate Troop 237. Fords; Neighborhood Chairman for Fords Area 2 and of Hopelawn: publicity chairman for the Woodbridge Girl Scout Council and as a member of its board of directors. For thp past three years she also has been a member of the School 14 PTA, and attends Our Redeemer Lutheran Church. Fords. She also is a member of the Archeological Institute of America. Mrs. Pederson entered Intermediate Troop 310 in Manhattan as a youngster, later joined Senior-Mariner Troop 3"i3 of Manhattan and delved into boating, swimming and water safety. She was -assistant leader of Troop 310, specializing in camping and camp skills until age 19. A Manhattan native, she attended PS 116. Washington Irving High School and majored in chemistry at City College of New York. She was employed by the N. Y. Telephone Co. Mrs. Pederson has traveled extensively, including visits to the Carribbean, Europe, Mexico and Canada. Both she and her husband are "ham" radio operators. They operate a large station and can communicate with many parts of the world. Pederson, a former Marine drill sergeant during the Korean conflict, is a New Jersey native and graduated from Matawan High School and New York University. He is an electrical engineer and is employed by New Jersey Communications in Ken-ilworth. The Tedersons lived in Manhattan until 1057, when they moved to Perth Amhoy. They moved to Fords in lOfifl. OVERSEAS GRANT Francisco Pabon, of zoO Upson Lane, New Brunswick, has been selected for a fulbright-Hays scholarship by the state Department. Rep. Edward J. Patten, D-N'J, announced Tuesday. Patten, who represents the 15th District Middlesex County was informed of the grant in Washington by the State Department. Pabon, currently working Uxr a doctorate degree at Rutgers, wlil do graduate work in Spanish at the University of Madrid in Spain. He received a bachelor's degree in Spanish from Rutgers in 12. Pabon has been asked to notify the State Department within 21 days as to whether he can accept the one-year grant, which is valued at about $2,000. The scholarships are issued tunder the erducational and cultural exchange program of the State Department. They are made to the most highly qualified students, scholars, and teachers to enable them to continue their academic or profes- Rt. IS, E. Brunswick CL 7-5050 'Gregory Peck INDOOR-OUTDOOR THEATRE NOW SHOWING FIRST RUN 1 r m&zs TflrMV :W I TTUTTv COSTUMING Angie Dickinson-Bobby Darin ; plu$ "THE DREAM MAKER" Indnnr Thralre IUily 7::l Sl., Sun. A Hoi. Mat. t '!:!) NOW SHOWING 6 ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS Rt. 22 RA 2-0222 AM TTD PREMINEER FIUS1 NOW SHOWING Rt. 1, N. Brunswick CH 7-5483 A BOLD NEW LOOK IN SUSPENSE! M G-M piesenis NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK plus "ONE, TWO, THREE" FREE IN CAR HEATERS CHILDREN VNDER 11 FREE BOX OFFICE OPEN :.m IIRIVE-IX SHOWTIME AT DISK National Honor Society Inducts 57 Edison Members GIVE RKO GIFT TICKET BOOKS "FOR" EDLSO.V Fifty-seven members were inducted by the Edison Township High School chapter of the National Honor Society at the fifth annual ceremony yesterday hefore more than 1,-500 students and parents. The ceremony opened with a welcome by society president Michael Warder and an invocation by Rabbi David Leiter. Outlines History Richard Luebcke discussed the history and purpose of the society., Gayleatha Brown lighted candles of four colors whose symbolic meanings were explained by Patti Pavloff, secretary; Cathy Uscnko, treasurer; Geraldine Letinski, vice president; and Linda Redman. Each new member received a pin and card from Principal Charles Boyle and Joseph M. Ruggicri, superintendent of schools. After the ceremony, a luncheon reception prepared by the home economics department was held in the cafeteria for parents and new members. Adviser for the chapter is Peter Kaltenborn, puidance counselor. New members are; Seniors, Carol Bednarz, Shirley Bernath. Edith Brag- inton, Anne Brookj, Brown, Jean Clipper, Crosta, Susan Haggerty Jensen, Jade Jurissen, Keiser. Lois Martin. Arlene McDonald, Evelyn Meyer, John Nagy, Daryte 3Uzziello, Linda Silren, Valerie Tango, Susan Tomalin, Pat Twiss. Carol Welch. William Welsch and John Wendland. Juniors, Ron Recber. Wyatt Benner, Linda Bergen, Gail Bo-bal. Diane Bolduc, John Boles, April Cormaci, Kathleen Cu-trona, Fred DiRienzo, Linda Gandek, Margaret Gieber, Ruthi Goldberg. Linda Hall, Ruth Jensen, Oliver Kenen, j Nancy Langenohl, Leo Leise. I Mark Lybeck, Gloria Man- E AST E R cuso, Gene Minard. Glen Nel-rjn, Karen-Lee Nuber, Rita Numerof, Stephen Pastor, Jeff Pcake, Pat Pimball, Dorothy Prill. Mark Richman, Helene Turowski, Michael Urbanek, Calmon Voice, Karen Wilson, Beatrice Y'etman, and Barbara "aloga. Fredda , Tony .Judith Jeanne Scouters Attend Training Session EDISON The board of directors of the Crossroads Girl Scout Council this week took part in the first of a series of training sessions at the Girl Scout House in Rahway. The new board is studying the relationship of board action to political policy and legislature. Mrs. John Foster, volunteer national Girl Scout trainer of Mountainside, reviewed the policies of the moveemnt. Emphasis shall be placed on the adult education of the volunteer leadership. Open to all registered adults is a scries on various elements of Girl Scout program at the Simpson Methodist Education Center in Perth Amboy scheduled for consecutive Mondays during April. Sessions have been planned for others with impact relating to the leaders job according to the council training scheduled. Guidance in outdoor program will climax a course on leader training at the Knolltop Girl Scout Camp in Roosevelt Park May 13. In addition, progressive training in the outdoors for Brownie leaders will be held in Rahway River Park on April 30, for Junior leaders at Lake Surprise in Watchung, April 4 and 5, and for Cadette leaders at Camp Pammasey, Thompson Park, May 15, 16 and 17. ft'.? t if.'::-;:-: .-. . I r ) "From plumbers I expect sympathy -from Captain Newman I expect understanding l" K' 9 t If lilt GREGORY TONY O PECK CURTIS in the hilarious, heartwarming adventures of "Captain Newman astmanCOLQR Named Chairman Of Breakfast PERTH AMBOY Mrs. John Hansen of Carteret was named chairman of a forthcoming communion breakfast, at a meeting of the Holy Innocents Society, Monday at St. Mary's High School in Perth Amboy. The appointment was made by Nicholas Dudas of Metuchen who presided. J. J. Goceljak of Woodbridge, fund-raising chairman, announced that the society has received permission to conduct a fund-raising program at the Montgomery Ward Store in Men-lo Park and the Woodbridge Store of Two Guys from Harrison. Dudas reported to the group, w hich meets to aid the retarded, that Michael Haykal of Edison responded to a recent appeal for puzzles needed in the special class rooms. Haykal is providing the materials and volunteering his service for this special project. It was announced that St. Cecilia's Assembly 3K39, K. of C, of Iselin has provided a record player for the retarded class at 1 St. Cecilia's School and will continue to aid this group. The next meeting will be April 28 at 8 p.m. at St. Mary's High School here. Msgr. Thomas Frain, superintendent of schools of the Diocese of Trenton, will speak. sinna! studies in a foreign country for one year. The Fulbright-Hays act, which authorizes the program, is designed to promote mutual understanding and good will between the people of the United States and the people of other countries through educational and cultural exchanges. All candidates are selected by the Board of Foreign Scholarships, the members of which are appointed by the President. American student candidates are recommended by campus Fulbright-Hays committees, by state committees and by the Institute of International Education. PANCAKE BREAKFAST NORTH BRUNSWICK - The North Brunswick Junior Republican Club will hold a pancake breakfast Sunday, April 19, in Candito's Restaurant. Servings will be from 8 a. m. to noon. The club has endorsed Eer-nard Shanley as the Republican candidate for U. S. senator, Bernard Rodgers for Congress from the 15th District, and Isidore Chibbaro for Township Committee. Students Fined on Traffic Offenses; Face Other Charges METl'CI IEN Two Rider College students were fined $115 last night in Municipal Court for motor vehicle offenses, and face other charges of not giving a good account of themselves in the early morning hours of Jan. 29. Julius Toth, 23, of Milford. paid NEW HUSBAND SWAYS JUDGE HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) - A newspaper clipping and a Bible verse got a newlywed excused from a week's jury duty yesterday. Clyde Nathan Williams approached Judge Arnold Krich-amer and handed him two pieces of paper. One was a news clipping telling of his marriage to Miss Glenda Cone March 7. On the other piece of paper, Williams had copied the fifth verse of the 24th chapter of Deuteronomy: "When a man hath taken a wife, he shall not go out to war, neither shall lie Be charged with any business: but he shall be free at home one year, and shall cheer up his wife which he hath taken." The judge checked the passage in a Bible he keeps on his desk and sent Williams home. Elks Auxiliary Elects Officers METUCHEN Mrs. Michael Tomasko was elected president of the Woman's Auxiliary of Mctuchen-Edison Lodge 1914, BPOE, at a meeting at the lodge home. Others elected were Mrs. Walter Keifer, first vice president; Mrs. Harold Bates, second vice president; Mrs. John Schurko, recording secretary; Mrs. Paul Gretchyn, corrss-ponding secretary; Mrs. Michael DiSalvo, treasurer. Mrs. Neil Lamont, chaplain; Mrs. C. V. Tighe Jr., historian; Mrs. Louis Pavlik, guard; Mrs. Stanley Gronczewski, conductress; and Mrs. Arthur Hansen, flag bearer. Mrs. James Hamilton was elected a five year trustee and Mrs. J. A. Y'ovina a two year trustee. Officers will be installed on May 2 at 8 p.m. in the lodge home. Charles Wyse, exalted ruler of the lodge, and his team of officers will officiate. Mrs. Bates was named as chairman of a donor dinner to be held May 12 at the Meadow Brook in Cedar Grove. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Bates by April 16. $105 for driving on the revoked' list, and Clair D. Vanderschaaf, 21, of Trenton, was assessed $10 for not signing his license. Vanderschaaf was found innocent of allowing Toth, an unlicensed driver, to operate his vehicle. The pair, arrested near the Duchess Diner, also were charged with not giving a good account of themselves, when police discovered what they call "burglar tools" in the front seat floor of Vanderschaaf's car. The tools included a hacksaw, crowbar, knife, screwdriver" and flashlight. Hearings on these charges were postponed pending a motion to the county court for suppression of evidence on the grounds that the tools were found illegally. The students' attorney charged illegal search and seizure because police did not have a search warrant, even though they were able to observe the tools from outside the auto. In other cases, Robert G. Geczi, 17, of Hillside, paid $30 and lost his license for 30 days for speeding on Lake Avenue. Magistrate Martin Spritzer fined Howard H. Daves Jr., 22, of Plainfield, $15 for an expired license and $15 for delinquent inspection. Victor M. Borris, 22, of Freehold, paid $15 for not having a registration in his possession, and $15 for delinquent inspection. Others fined were Janellen Geggenheimer, 40, of 53 Christol St., $5, which was suspended, for failing to yield right of way to a pedestrian, and Mrs. Sally Carpenter, 22 Sylvan Ave., $5 for failing to send her son to school for a period of time. NOW THRU TUESDAY AT BOTH THEATRES SEEK MEMBERS , EDISON - Arthur Kwitter, president of the Edison Jewish Community Center, Congregation Beth-El, announced that the membership committee met and discussed the membership drive now being held by the center. A new building is planned and the center is trying to increase its membership. OPENS APRIL 2 Thru APRIL 26' nAllllin . COLLINS, Pirfo;nianci THliflS. thru SUN, f SHUW I CiH QUIT jl iuafi Sil.) SHOWS TODAY AT 2 5:20 - 8:30 THURSDAY 75c TIL 3 I MON.-THURS. 50c TIL 3 AT 1:30 4:50 S AT 2 - 5:20 - 8:30 k'; ) Lie 7 f'i- 6 ACADEMY AWARD L 1 1 11 NOMINATIONS H ( " 11 V M 11 U 11 11 J l ift c fVw,T?Tn.TTTri i mi it n i nt in i (Highest rating) N.Y, Daily New: "Magnificent Achievement" ' rnu. inquirer; "Superior' Detroit NewsV K4. AIM OTTO PREMINSER lllM THE CARDINAL t. TOM TRVON. ROMY SCHNEIDER. CAROL LYNLEY, JILL HAWORTH, RAF VALLONE. JOHN SAXON. JOSEF ME1NRAD, BURGESS MEREDITH, OSSIE DAVIS, DOROTHY GISH, TULLIO CARMINATI, MAGGIE McNAMARA, BILL HAYES, CECIL KELLAWAY mo JOHN HUSTON uGLENNON Also Bobby (Morse)and his Adora-Belhi GIVE RKO TICKET BOOKS STARTS J BOOKS TODAY -Bjj M 7 incredible J - M I VMr-Lirnp'CiL lO 1 1 Ki I'm the " jfi ,K t K ( incredible j -Vr-vvi? T 7if olcturo Thin tna J oe. you;, ever seon,n m incredible turned into a and became c Americas deadliest -o secret weapon' O V nnw WWII ! -ii,,i- KNOTTS . Carole cook Andrew duggan JACK WESTON LARRY KEATING "" ... rnl0 IN COLOR PLUS 2nd HIT THE STORY OF AMERICA'S FBI AS YOU'VE NEVER SEEN IT BEFORE! JACK KELLY- RAY DANTON ANDREW DUG6AN PHILIP CAREY mm CO-STARRING ANGIE DICKINSON EDDIE ALBERT JAMES GREGORY BETHEL LESLIE ROBERT DUVALL DICK SARGENT LARRY STORCH . gQBBY DARIN AS CORPORA JIM TOMPKINS M10VVV AT I2:S . VM :!- T:SJ - : Proclaims Tag Week for Hospital EDISOX Mayor Anthony Veloncsics has proclaimed today through April 4 as Asthmatic Children's Taj Drive Week for the Menlo Park Chapter of the Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital in Denver, Colo. The institute is dedicated to the free, non-sectarian, and nationwide treatment of children suffering from chronic intractable asthma and other allergic diseases. Funds will support institute facilities which are insufficient to provide for many of the asthmatic children now seeking admission and treatment, Kiwanis to Hear Talk on Mexico METUCHEN - "Mexico Today" will be discussed by Alfred J. Lippman, honorary consul of Mexico and president of the Mexican Chamber of Commerce of the United Slates, at a Me-tuchen-Edison Kiwanis Club meeting tonight at 7 o'clock at the Pines. Lippman is president of Fere-day & Meyer Co., Inc., Disposal Areas, Inc. and Alfred J. Lippman, Inc. He also is president of the New Jersey Slate Municipal Contractors Association and executive director of the Latin American Development and Operations Co. The program has been arranged by Charles B. Carman and is under the sponsorship of the international relations committee. GIVE RKO TICKET BOOKS FOR EASTER ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS 6 A TENSE DRAMA OF HUMAN EMOTIONS! EXCITING ADVENTURE AND SPECTACLE! Leaking Ammonia Kills Meat Packer HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) - Gas escaping at a broken connection in an ammonia line killed one man and overcame five others Tuesday at the Blue Ribbon Packing Co. Cordcll MeGee, 30, died before firemen wearing gas masks could carry him and a second worker from the loading area where the accident happened. The ammonia is used as a refrigerant at the plant and in the firm's trucks. Meet some of the people who give greatness to "The Cardinal" TOM TRYON in a scene of emotional conflict savs: "I'm a priest, Annemarie, but I'm also a man! ROMY SCHNEIDER in one of the highly dramatic moments says: "I cannot ask you to kiss me while you re stiu mar ried to the church! CAROL LYNLEY is faced with this problem. Should she renounce her religion to marry outside her faith.' JOHN HUSTON gives a memorable performance as a man who understands human temptations and weaknesses! 1 JL urn SHOWN AT 12-3-6 9 P.M. THE FLESH-AND-BLOOD BEST-SELLER IS NOW i AN ENTERTAINMENT OF FIRE AND GREATNESSI AM TT-D PREMINSER lltNl STARRING TOM TRYON. ROMY SCHNEIDER, CAROL LYNLEY, JILL HAWORTH. RAF VALLONE. JOHN SAXON, JOSEF MEINRAO, BURGESS MEREDITH, OSSIE OAVIS, DOROTHY 6ISH, TULLIO CARMINATI, MAGGIE McNAMARA BILL HAYES, CECIL HELLAWAY AND JOHN HUSTON AS GLENNON Also-. Bobby (Morse) ind bis Adon Belles I 4 i i

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