The Record from Hackensack, New Jersey on October 31, 1946 · 25
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The Record from Hackensack, New Jersey · 25

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Thursday, October 31, 1946
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THE BERGEN EVENING RECORD. THURSDAY. OCTOBER SI. 1948 FACE TWENTT-TOE Hackensack CENTRAL BERGEN Hackensack Air Mail Cachets Designed For Trip From Hackensack Classes To Be Dismissed Early; Youngsters Given Chance To natch Demonstration Here Special cachets which will be used tomorrow in a heli copter air mail demonstration flight from Hackensack to La Guardia Field, N. Y., are m neavy demand, Hackensack Post master Charles Orth said today. The stamped special en velopes, priced at 6 and 10 cents, depending on size, when received at Hackensack or branches in Bogota, Hasbrouck Heights, Leonia, Maywood, and Teterboro, will be held for the flight. EX-MACY TRACT ON RIVER STREET BACKONMARKET Philadelphia Purchaser Here Is Disclaimed By Land Broker BIDDING GOES ON USING SAME PILOT The use of the new City Airport near the Municipal Bus Terminal demonstration, according to Orth, is to publicize National Air Mail Week which began Sunday and the new 5-cent rate for domestic air will be the second, both by a heli-1 mail. copter. The plane will be piloted The helicopter is expected to land again By Henry tagie 01 uooiiage place, Hackensack. Purpose of the ll!s232fc fLAVOR at 1 P. M. when it will be loaded with its special mail cargo. Take off is scheduled for 3 P. M. on the LaGuardia Field, where the cachets wil be canceled Hackensack's school children will have an opportunity to watch the demonstration as the result of Board of Education decision to end classes at 2:15 P. M. Although police will be assigned to intersections between schools and the City Airport, pupils attending must have the consent of their parents, it was announced by Superintendent of Schools George A. Merrill. After the plane starts to New York a model airplane show will be presented by the American Society of Model Aero Engineers. The cachet, a collector's item, was drawn by Albert Edwards, Hasbrouck Heights artist. Feist & Feist, Newark real estate concern managing; the property op-! posite Hackensack's Municipal Bus Terminal, today reported the land was still on the market. The concern denied a report attributed to a member of the firm that the land was acquired for use as a business property by a Philadelphia concern. "We are completing a brochure advertising the land for development as a hotel oi stores or a the ater," a Feist & Feist spokesman declared today. "But you may say definitely today that the land is still on the mar ket. We have received a few bids, Club Members' Works Of Art To Go On Sale The Hackensack Art Club will sponsor a sale of antiques and art works, first in the Club's 7-year history, at the Hackensack Woman's Club, November Yi and 14 from 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. Five antique deaKrs will help. The Art Club was organized in 1939 by Miss Mary Bogan, who was head librarian at Johnson Public Library. Miss Celeste Slausson, present librarian, is guiding the Club now. The sale will include among articles for sale work of Art Club members. for trial Court. in Criminal Judicial and the offers are being submitted to the owners. ' The River Street property originally was acquired for R. H. Macy Company for use for a branch department store, according to Hackensack brokers. The New York concern was reported to have decided against the deal when Arnold Constable started construction of a department store at Main and Passaic Streets. ZOOMCATS WIS AT SOCCER The Longview Zoomcats, soccer team, won a contest this week with the Jackson Avenue School team, 21 to 14. Housewives Organized Unit Is Started For Hackensack Resident Calls For Members For Third Chapter Begun Last eek In Glen Rock Third chapter of American Housewives Organized, Inc., to make its appearance in Bergen County since the founding of the first group in Glen Rock, October 21, is being formpd In Hackensack. 1 " SERVICES OFFERED Mrs. Anna Demick of 413 River Street, announced today that she is prepared to serve as organizer of the group in the city, and that as soon as the number of women inter ested in the aims of the organize tion is large enough, she will call a meeting. The organization, nonpolitlcal nonsectarian. and nonproliteenng aims to better conditions of every thing effecting the American home, Mrs. Demick said. Organized by Mrs. William Bartlett of Glen Rock, the group seeks to build national membership so that the organization will be recognized in Washington, and its suggestions and opinions be felt by government representatives, t Mrs. Demick asked all interested women to call her at Hackensack 2-4874-J for additional information. BROWNIES GIVE A PARTY Hackensack Brownie Troop 11, under the leadership of Mrs. M Gallucci and Mrs. A. Kanzler. spon sored a mother and daughter Hal loween party at the Methodist Church Monday. Games were played, prizes awarded and refresh ments served. Mother-guests were Mrs. J. Stauble. Mrs. D. Gladstone, Mrs. F. Purcell, Mrs. F. E. Lewis Mrs. William Meuselbach, Mrs. H. ORlely, Mrs. E. Kardos, Mrs. F. Hlatt. Mrs. A. Swan, Mrs. J. Rhine-smith, and Mrs. C. Swenson. EAT HONET ANTS Australian aborigines satisfy their sweet tooth by digging honey ant out of the ground and eating them. IV? arcc Dessert far V Pom Make mr aoa him with Charge iha ongiotl ntaaua mia ml "cmndr " A wkctnoM xiaatiic iooa anlnul, Do go for ic Wmrfl m in lochia nicks. If a good tor the. Mha tw, sna, Daai. Vaiay 1 jf gam Hackensack Social Notes ARRESTED FOR ASSAULT James Kittrell, 32, of 213 Sussex Street, Hackensack. was arrested by Hackensack police this morning for assault and battery on Lula Kittrell and Frances Smith of the same ad dress. The 32-year-old Negro was apprehended by Patrolman William Murphy at 2:30 A. M. on a warrant signed by Captain Charles Hart-mann, acting chief of police. Kittrell was committed to County Jail Only a Few Cents for Delicious Tootsie Mrs. Anna E. Tulp of West Anderson Street had as her house guest Mrs. Perce Hearle of Marietta, Ga., for the past few days. Edna and Mary Juliano of Garfield, sisters of Mrs. Gerard L. Gobright of 125 East Magnolia Ave nue, Maywood, were guests of honor era LEGION AUXILIARY INITIATES 5 WOMEN Doremus Post tions To 3 Now! the better-than-ever germicide solution, DAZZLE, is TRIPLE-FILTERED for extra purity! It's a bleach spot-and-stain remover for the laundry. . . a deodorant for the ice-box, the garbage-pail , 1 , a sanitizer for the bathroom! Dazile quickly Helps dispel Every offensiet Kind of smell. BLEACHES FASTER THAN SUNLIGHT! Get this household cleanser with thered-and-white checkered label and "Dazzle" your house today! 76 YER$ IN BUSINESS I Til aafflffllilLlwA I Va" Read directions carefully! I J. L PRESCOTT CO., PASSAIC, NEW JERSEY " - PACKED GLASS jp(& A most important fact to fllll remember when you buy fjl Joo to ive yur abyv Unit Makes Dona-Different Funds Five women were initiated to membership in Captain Harry B. Doremus Post 55, American Legion Auxiliary, at a meeting at head quarters, Second Street and Amer ican Legion Drive, last night. They are Mrs. Arnold Hesselbeck of Ridgefield Park; Mrs. Edward DeMott, Mrs. Gordon DeMott, Mrs. Rosella Malfa, and Mrs. Beatrice Falato of Hackensack. During the session Mrs. W. J, Norton was ap pointed chairman of music. Mrs. Philip Seilheimer, rehabili tation chairman, reported that cigarettes and letters from the Auxil iary were sent to veteran-patients at Castle Point Hospital during the month. Mrs. Fred Matthews, post war activities chairman, reported that 11 members saved 47 pounds of fat during the month. Donations were voted for the Hackensack Community Chest, the County Unit's cigarette fund, and the County Unit's movie fund for hospitalized veterans. Mrs. Foster Kirk, president, thanked all members who attended or contrbiuted to the success of the art exhibit sponsored by the Auxiliary at the Woman's Club October 22. She announced that the County Auxiliary luncheon will be held at Charlie's Grill, Little Ferry, on November 7, and a County Auxiliary rneeting is set for November 12 at Hillsdale. A clam chowder supper will be held at the Hackensack Legion headquarters November 9 from 5 to 7:30 P. M., Mrs. Kirk said. Tickets may be procured from Miss Kafhryn Lord or any unit officer. The county pilgrimage to Castle Point Hospital is slated for December 4. at a luncheon given for them at the Oritani Field Club prior to their departure for California. Guests were Elizabeth Schoefield, Lucille Beck, Violet Kattak, and Ruth Bezuyen of Paterson. Mr. . and Mrs. Richard Palmer of 274 Summit Avenue are spending the winter at their home at Fort Myers, Fla. Mrs. W. L. Gilford of New York City was the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fitz Gerald of 144 Elm Avenue for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Bogert of 566 Summit Avenue have as their house guest Kenneth Wyatt of Morganton, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hunt of 265 Clinton Place are expecting Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Pitcher of Elmira, N. Y., as their week-end house guests to morrow. Mr. and Mrs. Otis T. Gregg of 369 Union Street entertained last evening at dinner at their home for visiting relatives and the bridal party of their niece, Miss Mary Anne de Clairmont, and her fiance, Rawleigh Warner of Winnetka, 111 Mr. and Mrs. Charles McClure of New York City and Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Jacod of 768 Oradell Ave nue, Oradell, formerly of Hackensack, are spending a few 'days at Skytop, Pa. Mrs. H. M. Meyer, chairman of the ways and means committee of the Hackensack Woman's Club which annually sponsors the club's turnover sale, has announced that initial plans for the 1947 sale will be made at a committee meeting at her home November 12 at 2 P. M. TO SEE PLAY Hackensack Hadassah To Hold Theater Party Jan. 15 Hackensack Hadassah Chapter is planning a theater party on Janu ary 15, to "Another Part of the Forest", which will be playing at the Fulton theater in New York City. Co-chairmen of the ticket com mittee are Mrs. Edward Isaacs and Mrs. Irving Warshawsky. Other members of the committee are Mrs Joseph Megibow and Mrs. Mark Jailer. Proceeds will go for Palestine work. do you SHRINK FROM WASHING SWEATERS? JL "I wash em better-faster than anything else! They look - fit just like new!" Grocery, Drue and Department Stores. 25 cent. Mad for Wool by a Wool Firm CHOCOLATE FLAVOR I Her R.ady-to-Malcel Even the SUGAR'S in HI Package give over 2 cup of frosting. Cook In 4 minutes! Smooth, creamy texture every time. i AM You Dos In double j W00LF0AM COUP., NIW YORK W. N.T. boiler, moaiure water and but- ' tar (or margarine) according I to direction on package. Add content of Tootiie Fudge pack ago, ttirrlng constantly 4 mln- J ute. 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