The Central New Jersey Home News from New Brunswick, New Jersey on November 16, 1963 · 5
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TEACHERS TO MEET METUCHF.N - Si.tcr Mary Borgia, RSM, of St. Francis Solwol will be host to thi teachers of religion to the mentally NEW DIMENSIONS IN EATING ENJOYMENT!! i( Excellent Choice of Menu i( New Speciolty Items frVery Reasonable Prices ir Pleasant Surroundings Plenty of Parking if Children Always Welcome Delicious Dinners Served DAILY INCLUDING SUNDAY 12 NOON 'TIL 9 P.M. ART DANA'S LE Routt 4 at Livingston Avt. North Brunswick Phones: Kl 5-9554 and CH 7-9665 TRIANG INN S00 SAN CHINESE RESTAURANT ORDERS TO TAKE OUT FAMILY DINNERS OPEN EVERY DAY 43S MAIN ST., METUCHEN 'AJ V I - VS PA1340O-GAIDIN STATF WY' f.rfT r.WWilll'lM.H I wnrtm-snn n-JY? JJ Z 1 1 ' V MIDNIGHT BONUS For the liest in "Doitie & Bennie" PIANO 4 DRUM 111 O THURS, FRI. SAT. RICHIE MOORE TRIO SATURDAY NIGHT Continuous Eaucinr and Entertainment Saturday RIVOLI TODAY - "20,000 LEAGUES IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC'S STEAMING JUNGLES THEY FOUGHT AND LOVED BY THEIR OWN RULES! 1 W VAN ' RITA HEFLIN MORENO t TT7 CHIIDREM "if The nigM Joe caught II pave went wild v.!ien fie IPinang alone... rouna joe trying ra BKe u " t m shamed her S,sa by force! Ji there was , ; &t;, b' ! Wi A ii .df 8 -PIUS- 42afaSk-'-: - 1 'wnr fiin Mtyr n rvffiY R111IFT . BUT OlDfT J0! SI! DlCP I !r'r,I rx'mi n-a4r7ii d .i s. -w 1 UfldBEtVP s retarded in tlw Trenton Diocese at a meeting at the school at 2.30 p m. ne.t Saturday. Anyone interested in teaching religion to the mentally retarded in the Diocese of Trenton is invited to attend this session. I.aal Time Today "MONDO CANE' Start Tnninrrnw Rouen Lisa Jack liciii MariM Hawkins Stir.piai Of Huctnl I hull j") mHfit Hitf'S D.rM 6 Ml KAfilSON t SEVEN MTS PHOOUCIIOK TECHMICOlOft Prewnltd h( WARNEN BROS y Produced b WtLUAM fsfclUII plus "THE CASTILLIAN" Sunday EARLY BIRD Show I Boxofrire S:.M Show P.M. Daily: Boaoffice open $:'Mt show Mlarts 1 P.M. JOHK MAUREEN, "McLIOTOCK! ess RflMJijM(gKrija n TECHNICOLOR- PNVtSI0r I. ..... '.HtUl-!Fl plus '13 FRIGHTENED GIRLS" Sunday: Early Bird Show Boxoffice S::ill. Show l P.M. Dally: Boxoffice ::tv Shaw Sla.ll 7 P.M. LI 9-0095 fXIT 'H7 IfT T, II IPKt till II IU HI 1 HI iMAMCIirMlM pKCbugksC tumor miUI oajiiui ( t; 'SECRET FILE HOLLYWOOD' Entertainment Hie Gazebo Lounge at Carofi icr X a ncs Hwy. Zl VI -S4 No. Hruns. WALT DISNEY'S UNDER THE SEA' AMES UBR DEINER TO TAKE OATH THURSDAY Frank M. Deincr Jr. who was elected to the Board of Freeholders Nov. 5 wil take hjs seat Thursday after he is administered the oath of office by County Clerk Frank Schatz-mnn. Deiner who was elected for the unexpired term of the lato Freeholder Edythe McAndrew will be assigned to the finance and administration department, the department presided over by the late freeholder. The induction ceremonies will be held at 10 a.m. in the meeting chambers of the Board of Freeholders in the County Records Building. They will be open to the public. Deiner who is making his debut as a public official has been meeting with the freeholders since early in October when he was selected by Democratic leaders for the freeholder nomination. An industrialist, Deiner is a graduate of Rutgers University and received his masters degree from the Wharton School of Finance and Commerce, University of Pennsylvania. The 33-year-old freeholder will be the youngest member of the board. Picket Lodges Suit for Damages Claiming that he was maliciously injured while doing picket duty during a strike at the Personal Products plant in North Brunswick, an Edison man yesterday started suit for damages. Edward J. Surawski of 1999 Woodbridge Ave. named two defendants in his Superior Court action, the Personal Products Division of Johnson and Johnson and an employe, Thomas B. Batey. Surawski's complaint said that Batey, a company driver, intentionally struck him with a Personal Products-owned vehicle on June 18. STRAND CINEMA NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. ( H 9-11 1 US FOR ADULTS ONLY "SUMMERSKIN" "THE MIRACLE WORKER" mmw -Him Children's Show Today 2 P.M. "TALES OF TERROR" & "TOWER OF LONDON" LAST TIMES TONIGHT PAUL NEWMAN JOANNE WOODWARD MAURICE CHEVALIER "A NEW KIND OF LOVE" TECHNICOLOR Shown at 7 00 At 9:17 P.M. FINAL 4 MAYS SHOWN TODAY AT 1:15 5 8:45 P.M SUNDAY 12:40-4:30 -8:15 IMRENCE OF ARABIA. TECHNICOLORSUPER PANAVISION 7C THE MOST HONORED i PICTURE OF ALL! WINNER OF 7 ACADEMY AWARDS! I mm Mahaa rm&Gom i For 361 days a year Palm Springs is just a and everything goes! it ?"7 i 1 aWaksaiaaiMiukai TfiOY DONAHUE C0X!IE POWERS ROBERT CGNRAQ p.i . , - ...s . mm II i u pii i .a il i1 1. us i ii i. m ii mi ss i ni ii .'i.iin. ii,. i.. . si. r , ... . -. - -' ... . . - ' -. -. . , :. .. I;"" j 'S, a, ' v ETU .tWa IT FLOATS Longest floating structure ever built is the newly opened Second Lake Washington Floating Bridge, seen above, in a view looking east past the stadium of the University of Washington in northern Seattle. The span, which took three years to build and cost $34 million, crosses more than three miles of water on special pontoons. An earlier floating bridge was built across the southern part of the lake in 1940 and held the world's length record until the new bridge was completed. SENIOR PLAY TO BE COMEDY EDlSON-"My Sister Eileen," a comedy, will be presented by Edison High School's senior class Thursday and Friday. Featured in the play will be Susan Tomalin, a veteran from the junior play, as Eileen, and Daryle Petruzziello as Ruth. Other cast members include Norene Domino as Mrs. Appolini the landlady, Richard Conway, Len Tylka, John Nemeth, Cynthia O'Neal, Rich Luebcke, Rich Faro, Sophia Moskowitz and Mike Warder. Also, Paul Berman, Marie Lor-ini, Kathy Cherry, Larry Larson, Sue Ballou, Barb Johnson, Les Kramer, Kathy Morgan, Barb Kilroy, Fredda Brown, Lorraine Yannacci and Kathy Mizenko. Others include Clark Sheppard, Bob Vreeland, George Sawicki, Bill Clausen, Larry Girard, and Roy DiTosti. Chris Goedde is student director and Jade Jurissen stage manager. Bertrum Katz, a first-year speech and drama teacher at Edison, is director of the play-Tickets may be obtained from Jackie Wolski or any member of the cast. They will also be sold at the door. flENIO THE WORLD'S FINEST EATIN' CHICKEN Joe's Barn Newest Specialty If You Like Chicken You'll Love BROASTED CHICKEN! By the Order or by the Tub Full . . . It's ready In Just Six Minutes JOE'S BARN 305 JERSEY AVENUE CH 7-9502 swanky playground. But oh that vacation weekend when all youth busts loose T ! STEVENS TY HARDIN STEFAN1E JACK WESTGN JEBfiY VAN DYKE fot Menlo Pork Shopping Certt Today 1:30 - S:ifl :0 S::0 - lll:;l(l 1 I .lohn Wavne I I Maureen O'Hara M "MCIINT0CK" Sun. 1:110 - 4:o0 7:00 . :30 i t J n Judge Cancels Jail Sentence But Raises Fine A Piscataway Township driver escaped spending 60 days in the Middlesex County workhouse yesterday on a driving offense, but County Court Judge Samuel V. Convery made him pay for his freedom. The judge upheld a Piscataway Township Municipal Court conviction against Michael J. Miele, 22, of Randolphville Road but eliminated part of the sentence two months in the workhouse. Miele, after being found guilty of driving after his license was revoked on Sept. 8, was sentenced to the workhouse term and ordered to pay a $100 fine and $5 costs. In dropping the jail sentence, Convery upped Miele's fine to $250 and $5 costs. The judge also upheld a conviction against 19-year-old Barbara A. Koehler of Rahway. She was arrested with Miele on Sept. 8 and charged with allowing an unlicensed driver to operate her car. Her fine was $25 and $5 costs. Assistant Prosecutor Edward A. Podoleski presented the state's case and Walter Romer of Dunellen appeared for Miele and Miss Koehler. Christmas Party Planned by Club SOUTH RIVER - Sixty-two members attended a meeting of the South River Senior Citizen's Club Thursday night at the PNA Home. Plans were made for a Christmas dinner party at the PNA Home on Dec. 19. Edward Gregory is chairman and will select a committee at that time. Nine new members were welcomed into the organization. They are Mrs. Stephen Sebastian, Edward Joziak, Carmen Iaria, Charles Roselli and Alex Szabo Of South River, Mrs. Edward Bright of New Brunswick, Mrs. C. J. Ordes of Sayreville, and Mrs. L. J. McMannan and Mrs. Kalherine Soden of Old Bridge. TEEN HOOTENANNY OLD BRIDGE - A teen-age hootenanny, featuring Joe Finn, is being co-sponsored by VFW Post 7508 and auxiliary Saturday, Nov. 23 from 7 to 11 p.m. in the post home, Bordentown Ave. Tickets may be obtained at the door and refreshments will be available. W-LMI -T-l -1 ELIZABETH TAYLOR RICHARD BURTON "THE VIP's" 'squarF 6fvTolence" Starts Sundav "JOHNNY COOL" plus "OCEAN'S 11" Free Parking Smoking Section LAST DAY - 2 BIG HITS "A New Kind of Love" "Breakfast at Tiffany's" STARTS TOMORROW Continuous from 2:00 p.m. 2 BIG ACTION HITS "THE RAT PACK" ir FRANK SINATRA "SERGEANTS 3" - PLUS - TONY CURTIS & YUL BRYNNER TARAS BULBA" Starts Wed. JOHN WAYNE as "MCLINTOCK" Remember Today at 1:00 p.m. and Every Saturday Gala Kiddie Show CHAPTER 9 OF "BATMAN AND ROBIN" - PLUS -"SAMSON AND THE 7 MIRACLES" LOSES APPEAL, GOES TO JAIL Because he lost an appeal on a second offense drunken driving conviction, a 68-year-old Union man yesterday began a 90-day term in the Middlesex County Jail. Superior Court Judge Edward V. Martino imposed the mandatory workhouse sentence on John Zimowski. Zimowski was arrested by state police in the Woodbridge section of the Garden State Parkway on July 1. 1962, and charged with driving while intoxicated. Twenty-nine days later Zimowski appeared before Wood-bridge magistrate Andrew D. Desmond and pleaded guilty. Because he had two previous drunken driving convictions, he drew a 90-day jail term. However, after serving 10 days Zimowski decided to retract his plea. He won permission to do so and went before Desmond again. On Feb. 4 Desmond found him guilty after a hearing. Zimowski then filed an appeal with the County Court. Martino heard the case and on April 4 upheld Desmond's findings. Then Zimowski appealed Martino's decision to the Appellate Division of Superior Court. The state's second highest court rejected the appeal. Martino in yesterday's hearing imposed the 90-day sentence but directed that Zimowski be given credit for the time he had already served. Post to Hold Veterans Appeal St. Sebastian Post 405. Catholic War Veterans, will hold its annual Catholic War Veterans Appeal tomorrow at St. Mary of Mt. Virgin R.C. Church, following all masses. The money raised will be used for the hospital program of the CWV which holds parties and distributes gifts to the more than 3.000 veterans in Lyons and East Orange Veterans Administration Hospitals, orphans and persons in homes for the aged, and those in other state institutions. J. Robert Carlucci. welfare officer, is being assisted by Commander Joseph Catalano, Otto Felger, hospital chairman! and Joseph Catanesc, county CWV commander. Junction PTA Meets Tuesday SOUTH BRUNSWICK - The Monmouth Junction PTA will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the school's all-purpose room to confer with faculty staff members in a program entitled "Introducing the special services personnel." Discussing their respective programs, objectives and duties will be Joseph Bicl. school librarian; Dr. John Crawford, school psychologist; Mrs. Marjory Haggett. music instructor; Santo Bonfilo, physical education instructor and Partick Garzillo, speech therapist. If A T'" ami n nagy., VW1 ! f ' UW'y - JT Xmo"SEAJ lND00R ) THEATER rTZ C.J )lfi-"tKmm4't tr- ---"'"-i'"1 wvadutitJt- aalT iiiMalliatasaaaaaaawaaajJi THE DAILY HOME NEWS KEW BRUNSWICK. N.J.. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 1. Recount Fails to Change Madison Election Results A recount yesterday of the Madison Township vote in the Nov. 5 elections for two council candidates failed to alter the original results of the balloting in which the Republicans captured five of the seven seats up for election. Ironically, t h e recount, requested by defeated Democratic candidates John Keating and Joseph Pandozzi. actually showed each had three votes less than originally reported. The recount showed that Pandozzi actually polled only 4,163 votes, instead of 4.166 as originally reported. And Keating polled 4,093 votes, instead of 4.101 as originally reported. The three-vote difference occurred in the recount of the absentee ballots. Ballots Voided Of the 21 absentee ballots counted in the original tally election day, tiiree were found to be void on the recount yesterday because they were improperly prepared. There was no difference between the recount of the machine vote for Keating and Pandozzi and the original tally of the machine vote on election day. The recount, presided over by Mrs. Mary Payson, president of the Middlesex County Board of Elections, and Walter Waver-czak. secretary, dealt only with the vote cast for Pandozzi and Keating. The board held that the court order authorizing the recount required that only votes for these two candidates be tallied. But Madison Township Attorney Harold G. Smith, who represented the two Democratic candidates, said the order also permitted a recount of the vote of all candidates in the race for councilmen. He did not insist, however, when the board held firm to its claim the order only authorized a recount of the Keating and Pandozzi vote. And after the recount of the absentee ballots showed his clients had actually lost three votes, Smith conceded he was "satisfied with the results." Pandozzi and Keating lost the election to Richard J. Dealy, who polled 4,177 votes, and Vin HEATING OIL PEOPLES COAL & OIL CO. NEW BRUNSWICK Kl 5-3035 ' WaaiaaaasiaaaaaiaaaaEaBaaKalaaaaaa I ROUTE 18, EAST BRUNSWICK OPEN 7 DAYS: SUNDAY - MONDAY Swift's Selected Tender CHUCK STEAK 39c lb. tjfi nalaal IpCJJTCEl PORK CHOP RIOT! COMPARE j rautieiti. rib end i fti GUT akC CKCPS Ibs1! folOPS Wlb. Tps 39c ,b.j Homemade Hot or Sweet I Italian Sausage 59c lb. Prices effective thru Sal.. Nov. quantities. Not responsible NOW! THE TURNPIKE ROUTE SIS-NEW BRUNSWICK New Jerseys FIRST all-weather Indoor-Outdoor Theater! II cent Cancelled, who polled 4.199 votes. GOP Control The victory gave the GOP control of the township administration, i Attorney benjamin Kleinberg of South River reprsented the GOP in yesterday's recount. Also present was Donald Borst, Madison Township GOP municipal chairman. The other members of the Board of Elections who participated were Mrs. Mary Main and Peter Biro. Next Tuesday, the board is scheduled to re-count the Sayreville vote for defeated GOP mayoralty candidate Henry Bille-meyer, who lost to Democrat Edward F. Fielek by 80 votes. Next Thursday a recount is scheduled of the Middlesex Borough vote, which gave GOP Charles S. Judson a one-vote victory over his Democratic opponent. George Gould. On the following day, Friday, all votes for local candidates in the Dunellen election will be recounted. The Democrats lost this by pluralities of 19 to 27 votes. TWO TAX LIENS Notices of two federal tax liens were filed yesterday aC the Middlesex County Clerk's Office. The liens were against: South River Brickface Co., Inc., of Causeway, South River, $2,965 on 1963 taxes, and Joseph H. Wendclken of 16 S. Main St.. Metuchen, $338 on 1961 income. Automatic Overhead Garage Door Controls e Sales Installation Service Call CH 7-8383 For Tree Tria". No Obligation :- Convenient Credit Terrai - RUTGERS OVEROOOK OPERATOR CO. ;H!HI Woodbridge Ave. Edison SEY'S RADIO" & TV SERVICE TV REPAIF NO SERVICE CHARGE (if anv repairs are done) Tel. CH 545-4041 Eves. ELECTROLUX THE BEST GIFT EARLY CHRISTMAS SPECIAL Call Collect for a Showing or Service and Repairs CL 4-5300 293 Hwy. 18, East Brunswick MEAT CITY CENTER Open 'Til 9:00 P.M. MON. thru SAT. 9 to 9 SUNDAY 9 to 6 - TUESDAY SPECIALS Lean Boneless Brisket CORNED BEEF 39c lb. Snowhite Loin or Rib Veal Chops 2 lbs. 89c 3. We reserve the richt to limit for typographical errors. HE GALA GRAND OPENING IS Wednesday Evening, November 20th, 6; 30 P.M. . . . and your u hole family is cordially invited to enjoy the most unusual and exciting motion picture center in the state! Nothing has been spared to make your pleasure complete. For the first time you have a cAoice of indoor or outdoor viewing, depending on the weather and your mood. Spitiiui Dili Cimltrt Salts . Ulln Nodiri Stunt mi Lifhtinf . Ytu Riund Timittitun Contnl . Call-tnii and Snack tar . Nuistry and 'lanraund Caildill Undar 12 Adnittad Fru Eve Performance! AUDIE MURPHY 1

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