The Record from Hackensack, New Jersey on May 5, 1949 · 5
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The Record from Hackensack, New Jersey · 5

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Thursday, May 5, 1949
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THE BFRGEN RTXIVG RECORD. THl1tSnT. MAT $. 14 pack mi Clif fade Park Fairriew Englewood Cliffs EAST BERGEN Fort Lee Palisadt Edgewater Cojtesville SOCIETY ADMITS 7 imwinf at Trimty Cathedral. New- ,ark. May 20. The Society is asfcine Hrlpinc Hand SwirlT Mrmbrrship for donations of flowers or 'able Drive Nets New Workers .decorations at this meeting. DeUver- Seven new members have been?? a? ' de before 10 A. M Cliffside Park, State Health Authorities To Confer On Health Officer Appointment Cliffside Park Health Commis sioner rrea v. Monah&n was in formed yesterday that the con ference which the Cliffside Board had requested with the State Board of Health will be held Tuesday in Trenton. Cliffside Park will confer with the State body in an effort to se cure a health officer for the Bor ough, and if that it is not possible to have the section of the State code requiring municipalities with population of over 10,000 to have a health officer changed or waived Cliffside will seek to have the law changed so that a sanitary inspector will suffice. According to an unofficial police CLIFFSIDE PARK CALENDAR TODAY Lmdr Farrstrrs. Moose Hall. I P. M. Bellciaua Clauses, Epiphany R. C. Church 7 30 p u Flr.t Baptist Church Prsytr Meettni. 1 P. M. First Baptist Charch. Bible Study Class. 9 aiaMt r.n(hran rharch Their. I P. M Trinity Evanielical Lutheran Church Cheir. P. M. . . , Grantwood Cent relational Church Cheir ' P- TOMORROW Rate Victoria Council. Daughters of Po-chantas. Moose Hall. I P. M Confirmatian Classes. Trinity Evaneelical Lutheran Church. 3:30 P. M. , Boy Scout Troop 99. Trinity Evansellca, Lutheran Church. 8 P. M. PolUh-Ameriean Democratic Club. C1UD- Vinili a P M Catholic Touth Oratnliatlon, Epiphany R. C. Church Hall. 8 P. M. Friendship Circle. Evangelical Lutheran k.iii...h nf Hi Arivent R 10 P. M. Guidinr Star Chanter. Order ot Eastern a... Il...n. TamnU ft P W ganare Dance, Trinity 'Episcopal Church Hall. 8.J0 Communion Service Trinity Episcopal Church, 9 A M. , , . , Service. Coogresational Sons ot Israel, 9 A. MJ FORT LEE CALENDAR TOD At Ladv Foresters XS, fame social, West Fort Lee Firehouse. 8 P. M. , . First Reformed Church, Girl Scout Troops 1 and 3. meeting, church hall. 7:30 P. M.: Consistory, parsonage. 8 P. M. TOMORROW Madonna R. C. Church, parish meeting. Main Stre et Hall. 8 P. M. , First Reformed Church, congregational dinner and meting. 6:30 P. M. Bt. Stephen's Episcopal Church. Ladles' Guild, card party, parish house. 8 P. M. Book and Ladder Company S. meeting. West Fort Lee Pirehouse. 8 P. M. Gospel Church, Italian service, 7:30 P. M Holy Trinity R. C. Church. Girl Scout Troop 3. Mother's Day tea. church hall. 2 P. M. , . Woman's Club, meeting, musical program. School 4, 3 P. M. SATURDAY Vest Fort Lee Girl Scout Troop 1. hike, leave John and Main Streets, 9.30 A. M.. to Allison Park. MTKDAY Madonna . C. Church, Holy Kame Society, communion breakfast. Main Street Hall, following 8 AM. mass at church. FAIRVIEW CALENDAR TODAY Local 1M, C. I. O., General Chemical Workers. V. P. W. Hall. 8 P. M. United Presbyterian Church Choir, 8 P. M. Midweek Service, Gospel Church ot Lower Falrview. I P. M. ; TOMORROW Social Club. V. P. w. Hall. 8 P. M. Boy firout Troop 121), Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church. 7:30 P. M. CORRESPONDENTS RDGEWATF.R Shane Conway. Back- enack 3-soon. CLIFFSIDE PARK Mrs. Terranr Corriston. Cliffside -I347i Richard Klfenbein, Fort Lee 8-540.1. COYTESVILLE Shane Conway. Bark- ensacb 2-80001 Sylvia Abbott, Fort Lee H-nm FAIRVIEW Richard Elfenbein. Fort Lee S-M05. FORT LEF Shane Conway, Darken- sack 3-80001 Sylvia Abbott. Fort Leo 8-0M7. census the population of the Bor-iing. motivated the Trenton con ough which was 16,692 to 1940 is ference. II Goeman does resign now atnost 20,000. and the Borough is unable to find The Cliffside Pars delegation will .a successor for him. willing to ac consist of in addition to Council- cept the salary of approximately man Monahan: Robert Houckel-! $2,400 which has been appropriated man, vice-president of the Board: for the post, the State would then of Health; Mayor William T. Mich- legally be empowered to appoint a aelsen and Borough Attorney health officer. A State appointed Bernard S. White. officer however, would noc'oe re- The resignation of Health Off leer! sponsible to the Board although Erwin Goeman, which the Board; the Borough would have to pay him refused to act on at its last meet-i whatever the State decreed. BOOKS DONATED TO UNIT'S SHELF Mrs. Keating In Report At Auxiliary Meeting Thirty-one new books have been placed on the Alan Nutt Auxiliary Memorial shelf since the book memoroial campaign was instituted in March, Mrs. Catherine Keating reported to a recent meeting of the Auxiliary held at Borough Hall. The books, which were donated by friends and families of deceased veterans of World War 1 and II, include educational works, fiction and historical volumes. Margaret Alagia, whom the Aux iliary will send to Girl's State in New Brunswick next month, was a guest of the women with Catherine Saltamach who attended the midwinter session held at Trenton. The Auxiliary voted to donate $10 to the Walter A. Matheney Institute for Cerebral Palsy. All of the patients in the home are children and the contribution was made under the auspices of the rehabilitation and child welfare committee under the chairmanship of Mrs. Emily Tonkin. Plans for a pilgrimage to the Castle Point Veterans' Hospital were made at the meeting. Members were urged to make reservations for the trip through Mrs. Tonkin. Two new members, Mrs. Miiareo Tonkin and Mrs. Catherine Szewe were welcomed Into the post. A dark horse prize 'was won by Mrs. Paula Bonatz. SQUARE DANCE PLANNED A real old-style country square dance will be held Friday night at the Trinity Episcopal Church Hall in Cliffside Park sponsored by the church's Men's Club and St. Mary's Guild. Prizes for the funniest and most original male and female costumes will be awarded. Arrangements for the dance are being made by Arthur Dyer of the Men's Club while Mrs. Gene Wellington of the Guild is attending to the refreshments. Plato, who was the first to draw the distinction between mind and body, can probably be called the father of psychology. GIVE MOTHER A Ml mm on Rayon hw In War, aqua, pink, navy all with hit print, 8li. It U 44 $M.95 GiVt Mothtr A Joan Kenley NYLON BLOUSE 5.95 Or o SWEATER ., 3.95 summer revery 223 MAIN ST. HACKENSACK trr.X TIU RmY and IR1HY I MIL SINGERS WANTED Palisade Choral Group Extends Its Membership Drive 2 Months Meryl Vaughn Choral has an. nounced that its membership drive is to continue throughout the months of May and June. Anyone interested in the choral is asked to contact the group's secretary. Miss Ursula Koch of 2208 Summit Ave nue, Union City at Union 6-8481 or call Cliffside 6-0290-J. Meryl V. Boyajian of Palisade, di rector of the choral, has announced that a 4-week preliminary course of training for choral singers will be given in the immediate future to encourage tentative members and to give them assurance when sing ing with the group. This procedure will run in accordance to the regulations of membership and no fees arc attached. Meetings have been held temporarily at 1049 Cumber- mede Road, Palisade, each Monday at 8 P. M. CLUB IS ORGANIZED Auxiliary of Coytesvllle Fire Com pany met at the Coytesvllle Fire- house Tuesday night when a lingerie. ciud was organizea. Mrs. josepn Spina, president, appointed Mrs. William Koehler and Mrs. William Leahey as cocaptains of the club. Plans were made to award $5 at the July 5 meeting. Mrs. Hsa Wood is in charge. Mrs. Mary Huber was welcomed as a new member. Mrs Koehler and Miss Anna Keller were hostesses. Harry E. Nutting and daughter Virginia have Joined Mrs. Nutting who is visiting her family in Macon, Ga. Miss Helen A. Turner, retired Cliffside Park High School music supervisor, has informed friends in town that she expects to spend the rest of the spring and the summer months with relatives in Fred-ricksviUe, Fla. Miss Turner spent the winter months in McAllen, Texas. Miss Martha Langdon and daugh ter Edna of Lincoln Avenue, returned home recently after a 10 day trip to Florida. Rev. Herbert S. Brown, rector of the Trinity Episcopal Church will leave soon for a 2 week tour of duty with the United States Naval Reserve. He will be temporarily replaced by the Rev. Joseph W. Zneimer. Former Cliffside Park resident Mrs. Henry Wohlieb who recently moved to a new home In New Mil- ford was given a linen shower at her new home by friends last week. Frederick C. Galda, son of Mrs. Frederick Galda of North Bergen, formerly of Cliffside Park, has been admitted to the New Jersey Bar. He was graduated from John Mar shall Law School, Jersey City, In February. Mr. Galda, an alumnus of Cliffside Park High School and Michigan State College, served for 5 years with the Navy, part of the time on Guam. He will serve his clerkship with Riemenschneider and Usher in Union City. He in the son of the late Frederick Galda. Wiezbiecky Not Forgotten By His World War Buddies It was a couple of months before Christmas In Grajewo, Poland, and Andrew Wiezbiecky, an American citizen and former Cliffside Park resident, was feeling kind of blue when he looked around his war devastated farm and realized that another yule season was about to by pass his six children, ranging in age from two to 12, without a single gift to remember it by. His thoughts1 wandered back to happier days, 19 yeas ago when he lived on Gorge Road, Cliffside Park, where he belonged to the Alan Nutt Post of the American Legion. In desperation he contacted his old World War I buddies in the Cliffside Legion in the hope that uiey might be able to help him. When his letter reached Cliff side Park it was turned over to Mrs. Emily Tonkin of the Post's Rehabilitation and Child Welfare Committee. She rushed a shipment out and it arrived in Grajewo short ly before Christmas. In a letter recently received by Mrs. Tonkin, Wiezbiecky told how glad he was that his friends and comrades in Cliffside still remembered him. He told them how happy the gifts had made his children. He also mentioned that he is attempting to bring his familv back to America but that the papers are being held up in Warsaw. admitted to the Helping Hand So ciety of the- Christian Orphan Home of Fort Lee in accordance with a memebrship drive recently announced by the new president. Mrs. P. Clancy. New members are Mrs. W. Waroefce. Mrs. E. Greiver. Mrs. L. Staudt. Mrs. Al MacRoberts, Mrs. D. Bush, Mrs. P. Bouiileite, and Mrs. Newman. May 19 to Mrs. J. McDermott or, if! notified, she will call for them. Blue boxes are to be returned no later than May 15. Mrs. Virginia Bendr, TJ. T. O. blue! box custodia. has announced an increase of from 13 to 33 boxes taken by members. The goal is to have every woman in the parish take one of these boxes. Members of Red Rose Girl Scout Troop 1 made shell pins at a meet ing held Tuesday at West Fort Lee: Elementary School. Plans were made for a hike to Allison Park! Saturday. Girls will leave from John and Main Streets at 9:30 A. M. ! Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tierney of Cross Street celebrated their wedd ing anniversary Tuesday with mem-1 bers of their family. Mrs. James Creegan and son, Den nis of Anderson Avenue attended the circus in New York City Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Walters of Lemoine Avenue are parents of a son, Gerard, born Monday at Englewood Hospital. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Walters Sr. of Coytesville and Mr. and Mrs. H. Gabriel of Palisade. Mrs. Gustave SpinelU is ticket chairman for the spring recital of Fort Lee Song Spinners to be held! at the high school May 27. Lucille Browning, contralto, now on tour with the Metropolitan Opera Co., and Miss Olgo Bolsch of Little' Ferry, pianist, will be guest artists on the program. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Abbott and children, Miss Jean Abbott and Charles Jr. of Cross Street were supper guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. David E. Riley of Hackensack. Mrs. Ethel Herlihy of Jackson Heights, L. I. has left after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Brown of Maple Street. Councilman and Mrs. Louis Hoe- bel of Jones Road have returned from several days at Seaside Heights. Mrs. Margaret Peterson of Le- onia was a guest Tuesday of Mrs. E. Melxner of Hafley's Lane. Mr. and Mrs. James McKinney of Forest Port, N. Y. have left after a 5 months' visit with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. McKinney of Washington Avenue. A congregational dinner will be held at the First Reformed Church tomorrow at 6:30 P. M. followed by a program and reports of all societies. Friendly Circle la In charge of the dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Robinette of Cressklll were guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Abbott Jr. of Center Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Home of Hoyt Avenue celebrated their wedding anniversary Tuesday with their family. Mary Ann Brautigan of Maple Street has returned from a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Fred West ervelt of Closter. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schelen of 5th Street were guests Tuesday of Mr, and Mrs. John Evers of Har rington Park. Mrs. Richard Davis of Casper Lane was a guest Tuesday of Mrs. Hilda Gurney of Teaneck. (paihadsL Miss Janet Johansen of Warren Avenue, a student at New Jersey College for Women, has been selected as a student house chairman to supervise one of the dormitory buildings of the college. Mrs. R. Varca of Tremont Avenue entertained at a household dem onstration at her home yesterday for Mrs. M. Vitale, Mrs. Merriman, Mrs. N. Basista, Mrs. M. Spitali Mrs. F. Ernest, Mrs. M. Wagner, Mrs. C. Raimondo, Mrs. B. Dom-brosi, Mrs. Owens, and Mrs. F. Shepperd. Mrs. Louis Villano of Central Boulevard is convalescing at her home from a recent operation performed at St. Albans Hospital. Mrs. Nicholas Basista of Oleri Terrace was a guest Tuesday of her sister, Mrs. Eleanor Latell of Richmond Hill, L. I, Mrs. Walter Kull of Falrview Lane was a guest Tuesday of Mrs. Marion Seidel of West New York. BABY Bt RT IN FALL Dr. Joseph Pedivill of Palisadea Park treated one-and-one-half-vear-o!d Ronald McMahon of 67 Probst Avenue, Fainiew, for cut forehead and nose and finger injuries. The child suffered the Injuries mhen he fell out of his baby .a mage. At the monthly meetinir held - . . at the home Tuesday, luncheon wasjMARINES TRAINING served to about 40 persons. Mrs George Kruge, of Palisade, and Mrs. George Simonson. of Cliffside, were hostesses. Plans were made for a white elephant sale on June 7 and for the annual June festival and dinner on June 11. Mrs. Simon- soi and Mrs. T. Russell of Leoma are in charge of the dinner. Mrs. S. Miller Is in charge of tickets. CHRISTENING HELD Daughter Of Fort Lee Residents Is Christened In Church Rites Joanne Dolores Sarapochillo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sarapochillo of 2039 Edwin Avenue, Fort Lee, has been christened at Madonna R. C. Church, Fort Lee by the Rev. Anthony Bryce. Sponsors were an uncle and aunt, Ralph Porrino of Fort Lee, and Mrs. Picinich of North Bergen. Following the ceremony a buffet supper for 30 persons was held at the home of the maternal grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Federico Porrino of 2044 Hudson Street, Fort Lee. Joanne was born March 5 at Englewood Hospital. Her mother is the former Miss Carmella Porrino. FUTURE OFFICERS College Students To Get Six-week Course At Quantico Quantico. Va. (INS) The Marine Corps recently began enrolling 1.000 students principally nonveterans ; I from 180 colleges and universities; for summer training preparatory foi reserve or regular commissions. The students, freshmen and sophomores, will be trained dunnf 6-week periods beginning July 4 in Platoon Leaders Class, Junior Course, Marine Corps Schools. Quantico. Virginia. In addition more than 800 junior course graduates will be returning to Quantico for their second and final year of summer training. PLAN CARD PARTY Coytesvllle Episcopal Guild Will tioifj rarish Bridge Tomorrow Ladies' Guild of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Coytesvllle, has uiaae unai plans for a card party to be held at the parish house to morrow night. A pressure cooker us io oe awaraea. Members will attend a TT. T. O. P.-T. A. SPEAKER Rev. George Howard, Hackensack, Will Address Edgewater Group The Rev. George Howard of; Hackensack will speak on "Adolescent Psychology" at the May 10 meeting of the George Washington P.-T. A., Edgewater, at the school. Annual election of officers will be conducted. ' , Entertainment will be provided by the Ridge City Four of TeBneck. The members are: Edward Timm, Edward Lieberman, Arthur Lindstrom and Joseph Krouse. Prior to the business meeting, the school will be open for Inspection by the parents from 7:15 to 8:15 P. M. Refreshments will be served. Thirty-six per cent of the people of Alabama are Negroes. The Ideal Gift FLOWERS FOR Mother On Her Day Red, Purple, Yellow, White, Pink AZALEAS or ROSE BUSHES 1.95 up Hundreds of other Flower A Plants at Reduced Prices, JOHN BUNNY FARMS ROUTE 6 LITTLE FERRY POOR BRAKES CAUSE CRASH Poor brakes were held respon sible by Falrview police yesterday for a 3-way traffic accident which occurred at the Intersection of Broad and Probst Avenues at 5 P. M. A car driven by John Abtrater, 38 Sunset Place, Bergenfield, was un able to stop after the officer on duty had given a whistle signal. He crashed into cars driven by Richard Pontello, 346 East Columbia Avenue, Palisades Park, and Edgar K. Holz-heimer, 208 East Harriet Avenue, Palisades Park. 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