The Record from Hackensack, New Jersey on February 2, 1953 · 12
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BERGEN EVENING RECORD. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 1953 Cliffside Park Palisades Park Fairview Ridgefield Palisade EAST BERGEN Edgewater Leonia Coytesville Fort Lee Englewood Cliffs 12 Dickerson, Jones, Cox Address 500 At Cliffside Victory Dinner Cliffside Park Republican high brass turned out in full force Saturday night to celebrate the sweeping 1,000-vote majority victory of the 4 Borough G. O. P. Councilmen last November. Congressman Frank C. Osmers, State G. O. P. Chairman John J. Dickerson, State Assemblyman Walter Jones, and Republican County Committee Chairman Howard J. Cox were on hand at the victory dinner to praise campaign manager Mayor Edward Ulrich and the four victorious candidates who fought to keep this Borough a stronghold of Republicanism. More than 500 persons packed Sauter's Waldschloss on Bergen Boulevard in Fairview to cheer the G. O. P. officials and Councilmen Julius Weissenborn, Fred F. Dyer Jr., George Dedrick, and - Herman Werner who ran successfully for reelection. For the first time in 25 years. Republican Tiu? vas challenged in this Borough last year with 4 Council seats open. Cliffside Park got $22,000 this year were going on throughout the from the County's $150,000 road re- County. pair budget. "Mayor Ulrich shows! After a 1-minute standing ovation, persistence for Cliffside Park." said; Ulrich stressed that the 4 Council-Dickerson. stressing that the Mayor j men not only dedicated themselves was responsible for the large allot-1 to the welfare of the Borough after ment. ! elections, but participated in town Dickerson congratulated the May- life all the years they lived In the or and four Councilmen for their ; community. -For 25 years we have uveiwneuiims . majuiuy uu ium kept cliffside Park a stronghold of nciiuuuaus 10 ucuau: inrmmi ""Republicanism, and have fought uuulJ "u """c "ut off invasions and intrusions." He CALLED FIGHTING MAYOR promised to keep up the fight for Jones also praised Ulrich and the Sd government. 4 candidates for their vigorous and Councilmen Dedrick thanked the successful campaign and said, -r crowd for their support and em-hope you will make possible another Phasazed that he would try to be victory dinner next year and re-elect ! worthy and do his job to the best your fighting Mayor, Edward Vl-ot.hli ablllty- Councilman Dyer rich." He said that Ulrich would be Polntd ut that the Mayor had in line for a State of County of-ir,un uth? campaign while he was in lice if he were re-elected next year.!1,11 heaIln and nad stlU runS P a Ulrich. who was the toastmaster.1'000"? majority. "If he had been of the affair, promised full support J" healtn- he uld have had to Jones who he predicted would l.he Democratic candidates voting land other G. O. P. officials said Dyer said THIESSEN' SPEAKS Councilman V'eissenborn thanked Ridgefield's King, Queen Reiffn At C. Y. 0. Function Dickerson. Dast Mavor of Pali- their visits to the local dinner had sades Park, and presently County to be brief because of a huge list his manv friends whom hi .airt Freeholder, told the gathering thatlof similar , victory dinners . which, ne had known through the years. He tnanked Ulrich for his part in the campaign. Councilman Werner also expressed gratitude for his election to office and promised to devote himself to the job. Republican Club President Lou Thiessen urged continued support of the principles of Republicanism. Ridgefield - King Harold Anton Heart of Jesus of Wallington, St. LhCan Par y Bergen Countv be" and Queen Gloria Pavlak. both ofjAnastasia of Teaneck. St. Michael's the ReoS this Borough, reigned over a court of Palisades Park, St. Cecilia's of he gte anoT nlon blMg to "he of 150guest.satthemardigrashcldEnglewood L St - Anns of Pair, Republican Party. Lefs keep It Friday evening in the auditorium of Lawn, and St. Andrews of West-: thee- said T-hiesseri St. Matthew's School The Inter-; wood Building Inspector Anthony GiJ parish affair, to which all Bergen! William Cotter of Maple Avenue t wno wa chairman 0 tne County C. Y. O. groups were in- was master of ceremonies. Mrs. Mar-affair , presented gifts of watches to vited, was sponsored by the Senior garet Watson, C. Y. O. adviser, wasstne Mayor and 4 councilmen He C. Y. O. of St. Matthew s R. C. present, as was the Rev. Thomasiwas sulpl.ised wnen he reCeived a! Church. ! Lynch, moderator of the group. On;glft himsel from alTangement com.j Main award of $20 was presented the committee for the event were,mjttee member Pat Avia to the group from St. Joseph's R. C J Eleanor Birchwale, Eleanor Boess- ; Flowers were presented to the Church ol East Rutherford, for the man, Margaret Watson. Gloria Pav-;wjves o tne candidates and the finest display of costumes. Fifty in-1 lak. Harold Anton. Jean Buday, , Mayor by Mrs .Charlotte Cox, chair-dividual prizes ;re given for cos- Barbara Buday. and Ann Flynn. man of Uie local County Committee. tumes of beauty, comedy, and orig- Present at Saturday's celebration inality. COLUMBIA RETIRES iwere Borough officials including A Valentine float in the center of, T FH1VI HPSIIIVYT Council President Frank Safiho, the hall was decorated in colors.! 1ljV," x v UfiJlUfiiX 1 former Police Commissioner Selmer and a little cafe was in the rear Designed Professor Emeritus- T- Nelson.. former Mayors William of the hall, where refreshments were Michaelsen and Frank J. Meyer. ,. . , School Board members. Health (Special to .he Bergen Evemnc Record) , , , , , ' , - , . '. 'Board members, Fire Chief James " xo.k, r eo. oiumoia uni-iMcGratn and otner Fire rjepart- served. Dancing was provided before and after the grand march. Other Bereen Countv C. Y. O. groups participating were St. John's, versity announced the retirements ment members. Police Captain John u. num w. weoo 01 wesi-ij. McEvoy, Police Lieutenant John view Avenue, Leonia, N. J., pro-Bruley Detective-Sergeant Michael fessor of physics, and Horace N.iHozer and otner Pollce Department Coryell of 10o9 Dearborn Road, ' members, past president Thomas Fort Lee, N. J., associate professor iRnmim th connhiin ri,,w of Hasbrouck Heights, St. Joseph's!of geology yesterday. The an- supervisor of Public Works Pat Ma-of Lodi, Queen of Peace of Mav-'ouncement was made b' Richard : honey, Tax Collector Alexander wood, St. Francis of Ridgefield Park, iHerpeis' se'etary of the Univer-jMeissner Borough Attorney Ber- of Bergenfield, St. John's of Cliffside, St. Joseph's of East Rutherford, Mount Virgin of Garfield, Our Lady of Sorrows of Garfield, Epiphany of Grantwood Corpus Christi Sacred Heart of Rochclle Park, St. FORT LEE CALENDAR Mary s of Rutherford, Most Sacred; . w aesignaiea -ro- residents, and well-wishers. . . fessor of Emeritus of Physics. The: Xne executive committee of the cuiua cuucaioi wasgraauaiea irom djnner arrangement committee con-Columbia Colleee in 1905 rereiv-! j u; n, ... int Hniv Trimly r. c. church, cub pack 194 ln tnc A- B- degree. In 1909, he ; uaul Tiotta, vice-chairman, Richard rommmee meeting 8 p m. was awarded the Ph. D. degree and srhi art? senetarv and Meissner Madonna R. t. ( htirch. Brownie Troop 6. ,v. tt i , T otnwarii, secieidr, dtiu meia&liei , meeting our i.ady of Fanma Parochial Jo'-a ne university s uistiuctoral treasurer Th 14 committee mem- r.S5h,'f.?i "J-hnrc. Boy Scout Troop iSta" the B?mny"r- He became IuU bers were Ho"zer. Joseph Battagha, 146. meeting. 7 p. M. j professor in 1929. Theodore Brandt. Thiessen, Avia, tomorrow In all, eight members of the Co-fi,. r-hw Mrr.mth .Tark- Kellv ,ms'rt'mbia faculty were retired' and Sch0oi Trustee Frank Cannizzaro, wayne McuuirK, Ens If u Odd Hospital Anxiliar home of is. Geoi ge Heus, Main Becker, and James Mahoney. 2 p m xive were eivcn emeritus dpsiena- ietv. vaiemme luncheon. 12 noon to i Frank Maurno, Vic Avon. Lawrence z lonowpn oy meeiing. Cith Pack 1 4?. committee meeting, home i of Mis. Bennv Dombkowski, 320 River-1 dale Drive. 8 P. M. Evnelicat L tit he run Church of the Ad -1 rhurrh haii i .io p m " ' , Way entertained fellow members BY SCHOOL GROUP Hol.v Trinit R. C. Church, minstrel piac-!f ,u o ri--.. , 1 x uvuvuu tues s p. m. ul nut nutKcues ana irienas (Onl'iAnrlo Miss Julia Smith of Ja AWARD NIGHT SET Song Spinners, Gnpel Church innar Alliance. Bible Club meetiniis. TVTicc Miim-Dor. nnr.vnn. 4 P. M and 7PM " "aw- iVldi mcS Vp MCOPa' -nurcn' Boaia' h'c t l 'rJ: u TDara-Club ol the Junior High School r.Tpacducanongrouo. com- is Levau. announccs that 'at the final Club iimh-h untune on., pmiri 'iimu.-muii. .mwo Ukiuail Virtlltr. iVl la IViitIV nHr- mceting. School l, 8 13 at a pajama uartv at her hotne i h s nrnmAtics riuh To Give Out f te t hrsitian and rnuaj nigni. Members present were : 'Oscars' To Best Performers meetings. Mice Minrocn rior.,nn. nr; r m and 7 p m ' ,,, ilo.- ciiftsiQe Park The dramatics meeting of the year, "Oscars" will be lelevision. Its Fiohlcms arid Fossibil- Tp,.t t c-..i : Mies School 1. 3 15 P M. oiciwiu ...rloH . il, ,. nrlnrs and LEADING FIGURES AT G. 0. P. VICTORY CELEBRATION l fa f.y,r Si, . ! I State G. O. P. Chairman John J. Dickerson of Palisades Park congratulates Cliffside Park Mayor Edward l lrlch and 4 Councilmen who swept to office by a 1.000-vote majority lust November. G. O. P. officialdom packed Sauter's Waldschloss in Fairview Saturday night at the Republican Victory Dinner. From left to right are Councilman Julius Weissenborn, Freholder Dickerson, Councilman Herman Werner, Councilmen Fred F. Dyer Jr., and George Dedrick. Ambulance Corps Installs Geerinck As New President Members Of Official Family Are On Hand To Witness Seating Of Staff; Watch Is Presented Ridgefield Installation of officers took place at a dinner held by the Ridgefield Ambulance Corps at Cavy's Restaurant Saturday night. Gerard J. Geerinck was invested with the duties of president; Milton Johnson, as vice-president; Raymond La Vecchio as secretary, and Edward Relph, as treasurer. Taking office as captain and lieutenant were, respectively, Joseph Lezak and James Dougherty. I REUNION PLANNED MEITER IS SPEAKER Among the guests were Mayor Fred Meuter, members of the Coun- Affair Wou,d Be First of class of cil, Borough Clerk Otto Erlicli, and: 1948 At Leonia High School their wives. Short speeches werej palisades Park Members of th made by Meuter and the Council-1 Class of 1946 of Leonia High School men. A moment of silence was ob-!" recently to make plans for the served in memory of the late Mayor first reunion of the class since grad-Paul (;. Carpenter, who made great a t'n effort to build the Corps into the! Serving on the reunion committee organization it now is. A watch was j are Ackley Carter, class president; presented to former Captain Henrv Joseph Cariddi. Mr. and Mrs. Rob-Relph in appreciation of his service. ! ert Costello. Robert Bucher, Ted A 4-piece band provided mu.,ic ; Berardicelli, Mrs. Gertrude Diss, for dancing for the approximately Miss Muriel Fordyce, Dave Harlow, 75 persons present. Serving on the and Peter S. Rotolo. committee for the dinner-dance Postcards have been sent to every were Dougherty, Johnson, and member or tne class m an enori to Charles Meyer. CTimriviTO Tim n r a i n j .. jllULMo I1ULD Lstuniuns JIUtllU UtUlCllUUIl- FORM 3 PATROLS NOVELTY DANCE Honoring Principal tind out how many members of the class would be interested and able to attend a reunion before further plans are made. Members of tha class are urged to send in their replies promptly so that further ar rangements can be made by the Funds Will Pay For Annual Washington Trip Ridgefield Approximately 150 persons attended the novelty dance in the gymnasium of the Ridgefield Junior High School on Friday night, held for the purpose of raising ...funds for the ninth grade to make its annual trip to Washington, Girl Scouts Of Troop 4 Add New Units, Elect Leaders Fort Lee Members of Poppy . mmmittpe Law, lioard Ol Education President. Commends . . , 1 . M.l Any member of tne class laiimg Miss Scott For Service To Community three patrols for which leaders have been elected. They are Buttercup, Elizabeth Talbot, leader, Larraine v.v,i , ' "u' Mary Beth Bowers, leader, Anne afternoon to honor their elementary schools long-time pnn-Bowling, assistant leader; Eagle, Cipal, Miss Anne C. Scott, on the Occasion Of the dedication, 'Barbara' Lesser, leader, Carol Rog-tO her, Of a new Wing Of the school. el'S, assistant leader. Mrs. E. Well- t lington of Main Street is a new as- to receive a postcard In reference to the proposed reunion should contact a member of the committee. LEONIA CALENDAR TODAY Girl Smuts. Grades ti-7. Little Hous. : 30 P. M : Senior Service Troop 2. 7:30 P M. Caltarv l.mhrraa Churrli, Instruction Class. 4 P M. i n-. c. 1. I). Basketball, rllitn scnool gym. Mr anH Mv TU-horA TPol !.., aw""", ci Ul liuup. ; - p Main sneaker Rirharri R Imv.'m ' Girls have been makine Valentine i ReerUn Commiasim clwt. Woodwork , oi nisi oueei. i . , . . , , D C presiaent oi tne Boara or JLaucation.i Mr ln( j,Jrs A Lawrence Eberle veieians nospuai. riairs Dancing to recorded music was j introduced guests and was himself iaud daughter Eloise of State High-!ha!'1e1.bfen nlade demonstrate a provided, and games were played, presented by Mrs. Ruth Bennett- way 5 yesterday attended the "Back !e , alanced meal a' the Borough Partners were shuffled twice by the! White, Board member and master of to God" program of the American 0 , Sco1"tlly at the high school musical came Reuhen and Rachel, ceremonies. . Teflon hoW at th rni.r Th..i.lm March. Gills Will attend a T. V. and Musical Arms. Piano music for, Law said that the free' American , New York. Mrs. Eberle is president b,road,cast in ?.ew Yor City Feb. 13 rJanfinc u-ns nlaved at times DVi riemnrratic xrav nf rinmp- thincrs uas m the Auxniarv of fh nntmtv nr.rWSUJ" Walter Getsmar and Mary Ann jac- exemplified in the new building. "We 1 ganization. obs. built it because we wanted it bor-1 Mrs. Frances Maedler and her TU,., .. U nla n tia. 1 .1 , I n .... ..11., ,,U , 1, - iuicc &mJ ufio auu-u .v Lut iuwcu iiiuuey we neeuea, piCKea a : ft1 auuuausuLci , raLiiuia ivia.xwcu ui i will be held School 1 tomorrow at 3 P. M. at CORRESPONDENTS liveliness of the evening. Refresh-: builder on a free con netitive basis." (Third street, have returned from ments were available, and door prizes awarded. Faculty members in charge of He continued. "We are dedicating'?, few, da?' visit Mis- Frank this building to a leader whom we love and respect for her character' Knowles of Vineland. Bruce Gardner. Airman 3 c sta- Reginnal Editor I I SOXI. SHIRAGIAN I 1 Fort Lee 8-1809 f the affair was Mrs. Anna Lorellz- and -ability tioned at Bedford, Mass., has been: The student committee was com- . .tatpti tnt ,rntr v.ari , transferred to Fort Devans, Mass.,! posedof Elaine Sulh Edward Wong,, faith ,n children seeil them as Ann Ferraia, and Gladys Mettler. rea wiUj ne emotlo Subcommittees handled publicity nQl b(Hmd soda, or r and re reshments. dice-and possessed of a burning de- Faculty guests were Pr ncrpal and sire t , and crea Mrs. Arthur Skewes, Philip Lockitt, nr a . . , Hnffmo . . and Miss June Levasscur, a former member of the faculty, Miss Teresa troduced Miss Scott, said the dedica- and will continue courses at Massa chusetts Institute of Technology. Mrs. Robert Little of East Edsall Boulevard and infant son, Robert1 Von Kram. has returned home from Holy Name Hospital. She is the former Mae Hemmings. Mrs. Neil Robertson of West Somerville and Miss Mary Adams. tion ?as honw of 'ole 40 Homestead Avenue was a dinner Credit was given to Lockit? for pro-' c tUdren t yesterday of Mr, and Mrs. curement of door prizes. MAYOR TO OFFER in this Borough. He characterized her as a Dioneer in develnnino the! whole child, and cited her early-efforts in behalf of physical educa- PLAN FOR BUDGET i vi'siiKl aid' and auention to'retarded children. Albert Schmidel of Cliffside Park. EDGtWATFR Shane Conway. Hub-hard 7-SI)(l: Mis bona Perry, t'lifrsiiie 6-0141!. C1.IKKSI11K PARK Mi Sonla Shiragiao. fort H-IXU9; lisa l.dna Perry. Cliffvide fi-OI4. COVTKSVILLK Shane ConnaT. Hub-hard 7-K1PU1I: Sylvia Abbott. Fort R-Oi;7 r.MRVIKW Mlsa Soma Shirajian, Kort -IS!ln ;Muj tdna Perry, Cliffside 6-D14S. FORT I tr Shane Conway. Hubtiarri 7- snnn: Svlvia Abbott. Fort Lea 8- :i77 L 1.0. MA Mrs. Margate! Lsrke. I.eonia 4-10K4. PALISADKS PARK lln. C. I. Par- ons. I.eonia 4-1119 RIDt.KFIH.I) Miss Snnia Shiraiiait Kort X-1SU: Mis. Peter Mc-tvoy. Morsrmere (1-6786. Doa Obedience TiainmE. Huplirali Biidce. Hmri School. 7::!o P. M ; Photography. SewinR. 8 P. M. Leonia Woman's Club, contemporary anrl music departments. Ciav on s Reyue, Methodist Church. 8 15 P M Holv Name Lutheran Church. Sunday School staff. 8 P M. Boroimh tounril. Bornuyh Hall. 8 P. M. TOMORROW Methodist Women's Society for Christian; Service, executive board, at the chuicn, o :m A M Women's Rowling I. ramie. Teaneck Recreation Allevs. 1 IS P. M Firsl Spiritualist Scieni-e Church, meeting, 27 1 Foit I.ep Road. 2 P M Rrounies r.rarie 3. Litltp House, rt 30 P T. Senior Basketball League, hinh school gMn, 7 15 P. M Boy Seoul Troop 37, Picsbvteiian Church, 7 30 P. M. Girl Scouts. Grade 8 and Mariner Troop, Little House. 7 30 P. M Recreation Commission classes. Rue Hooking. Woodwork. Hmh School. 7 3n P M. Holy Trinity Lutheran Church. Visitation Evaneelism Meeting, for instruction and planning of evangelism campaign, at the church. 8PM Methodist Neighborhood Representatives, meeting at the parsonage. 346 S Ivan Avenue. 8 P. M. . t. . . v. t..j... wiys Scott said she deeply ap- Report, hay llrich Will Introduce preciated the honor shown se DRIVER LOSES LICENSE Ridsefield Robert T. Rossum of I Grand Avenue has his driving license revoked for a period of 30 days, it was announced in Trenton by Director William J. Dearden of I ., . , ., ... .' triP fftyto rioio l-tmont rtf Ton, 1 maiiKea me many people wno nad: "'" cr llie Club plans to witness a per- ears Success W Coughs Jut to i I - Colds -M sideration 0f Keceiuiy ciecitu unia-ia aitr. nuu- Ipisropal Church of the Good Shepherd. MaZZOla Of tOW'll. GllCStS Were MisS fcvenins C.uild. meeting. R P. M. .... March of Dimes, tea and program. V. F. W. Aianon DHjaeiOIll, MISS KliOCla Ka- Hall, 2PM niin:lrv TLficc rtiotio Pqvnnai lit-e, St. Stephen's Fplscopal Church, Ladies' ,, ,, J , . ,,. n. ' . . fnrmiinre of the Richard Rodtei'S Guild, meeting, h p m Mildred Macii, Miss Simone D Hal- loimance on liib rticuctru gimigcia MTet,VacuiUMcda?Tpa M honor,luin, and Miss Doris Pfieffen. Au production, The King and I . To Biy TrtiV;" R.'T thuPch.8 rfosary Con- members of the club are in the 8et club ',ins and t0 chanse the tiaiernity. meeting, a p. m.- : iiminr plans nf Port too T-iioh sroup's name are items under con- i School. Mr. and Mrs Tsntizn fialir-p Tretnont Road entertained at din- ert Agresta. president; Herbert Mai mer Fiiday for Mr. and Mrs. Wil- akiff. vice-president; Angela capuz- liam Spitzer and children Gloria zi, treasurer; and Marcia Horowitz, iand Fred of Teaneck. entertainment secretary. Miss Dora Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Maisano Stolfi is adviser. and sons Jack and Joel of Elsmere Place visited the Museum of Na-j G. O. P. WILL MEET tural History and had dinner in1 " " New York City Saturday. 50 ATTEND DANCE Special Session Called To Discuss Plaqs For Primary Race TTnri Top Tlrivniioh Ponilhliron Ridgefield A dance on Saturday ,,, , hnr, a t,iQi ,,, ,n night sponsored by the C. Y O of . Athletic Club on Lemoine SL Matthew sR C. Church f or the tomorrow night to discuss Ridgefield Youth Recreation Com- , - ., ... , mittee attracted 50 high school .tu-.Pla? for U e TluT dents. Recorded music was provided AU 'egte .R' 'bl'c snf for dancing, refreshments were ae " ' "identified with iany of t he served, and prizes awarded. Chap- ubs have been lnvlted to attend erones present were Mr. and Mrs. meeting. Leo McHale, Mrs. Margaret Watson.1 CN" CM'B SEES FILM and Frank Cahill. Ridgefield "Foreign Correspond ent, a motion picture, was snown to members of the Cana Club of TOE WARMER Sun Valley. Idaho tPi If you '. ducto Soothes Throat Irritation C TV T ( K ..-. 13 i "li lii-nh n t n cr break your leg skiing, at least you i " can keep your toes warm You can 0f'' st; MVttheV-s Paro-get a fancy knitted little cap to a h .ish fit over the end of the cast, says."1 . . ,o,.,v .e,0H lias . , t-iv, i 1 i . . Cu.SSeu uy Hie giuup. rump Amy- iFred A. Picard. ski cxiert who a ski shop here. NECCHI CLEARANCE! 1052 Saving machines must go! to make room for THE NEW 1953 NECCHI Drastic reductions on all types Beautiful Consoles, Desk Models and Portables! Come in! Take your pick Don't miss this opportunity to get x Necchl. Never before reduced so much in price. Wintlh'op's Ine. 344 MAIN ST. np?. Arnold Cnnstahlr HACKEH5ACK bell represents the Cana Club on the parish committee for the aliair to be held Feb. 13. PALISADES PARK CALENDAR TODAY l..lhers irrlf . Bov ScOllt Tl OOD 161 home of Mis. Sidney Baum, West Edsall Boulevard. 8 P. M. Runnini Klk Council. Drgrte of Pnrahnn social hail Leonia Piesbytenan Cburrh. R P. M. Bralhprhoitff m-f ting. ociaI hall Fust Pies- bvtenan Chinch 8 P M TOMORROW IVamrn'i ?.vtnr irip. fJosocl Chapel home of Mis. Geo. Running. Washing-; Inn Place. Ill A. M . Lad ips Aid Smie I.V- First Pi e?h teriar f'hmch social hall. 1 :30 P M. TAwnlpy .Asrinhly. Older of Rainbow foi Lin IS. Masonic Trmple. i M r- M. Dora Schoeirter Silerhod. ConRiegation; Sons of Isiael. 8 P M Auxiliary In Anhhihup ThontM J. Walh toiinril. K. of ('., headquai tei s, 43 B; oad Avenue, 8 P M. WEDNESDAY Exrritiive Boarrt, Uoman'i Club, home of Mrs Rtt-haid W Steier. West Edsall Bnulevaid. 10 A M Townley Srwinr Cirrle, Masonic Temple l ;to to 4 so P. M. FrMnuhip Spf ire. First Presbyteria i rhurch 8 P. M VnlerV meeting. Grace Evangelical Luth eran Chuicn. 8 :to P M. fr rr me cling and Bible study Gospe Chapel. 7:4i P. M. Cliffside Pajk Mayor Edward worked for the school in various 1Pllblic Safety. Rossum received TTh-iMT nffpr a nlan tn rpvamn .u. -.!.. this DPlialtV for four silppHino pnn- u....... ..... .. - rnaja uvcl Lne jt'iirs. one particular- , .. r 1 -" IP 2J.1S.101 yCllUUl DUH1U UUUKLl! ir nVQienrt ll M ton. nr. .tnff ...twno. tonight when the municipal budget -But there is nowhere a school as is introduced, reliable sources re- goori as there might be in terms of ported yesterday. what we know a school should be," The $554,181 Board of Education Mlss Scott faid calIing on towns-budget skyrocketed $39,000 this year, pe0ple to do as well bv their chil-and will add about 40 points to the dren jn the future as "their knowl-tax rate if a $39,000 teachers salary ee permitted, increase referendum is approved by The Rev. Taylor Miller gave the voters at the Feb. 10 School Board prayer of dedication. The Rev. Dom-elections, it was estimated. Mindful inick Lickteig offered the benedic-of economy-minded residents, teach- tion. ei's slashed in half their original On the stage during the cere-request for a $78,000 referendum. mony were present and former AT I?U'C niWlIIV , nmbprs of the Board 01 Education Jl.AH.iVo JilK 1 ti LIA 1 who participated in preliminary planning of the addition, tepresen- Parents StaBe Parly At Firehouse tatives of the Home and School As-For Ridgefield Girl sociation. and members of the Bor- Ridgefield Miss Lorraine Schott, ough government. John Stenken, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray architect for the new building, was! Schott of 526 Bergen Boulevard ob- ill and unable to attend. He received served her sixteenth birthday Sat- special commendation for his serv-urday night with a party given in ices from several speakers, her honor at the Ridgefield Fire- Open house in the new building, house 3. which houses 2 kindergartens, 2 first Decorations 'were in pink and grades, and 2 second grades, in ad-white, with a large cake and, bouquet dition to an all-purpose room of flowers serving as table center- flanked by a kitchen, followed the pieces. Games and dancing were ' ceremony. Hostesses were present In-provided for entertainment. Imita- each room. ! tions were also performed by David Tire program was jointly ..pon-Barrett; Louis Sarno sang, and Ray sored by the Leonia Board of Ed-Schott played the ukelele. Refresh- ucation and the Home and School ments were served. Association. Serving as chaperones were Mrs. ! J. Diamond, Miss Sonya Wiegand.l "), . TiKt, and Mr. and Irs. Schott. Gusts (rtUL&UOJUL. IHuAJL if you appreciate INTELLIGENT SERVICE You're Sure To Find It At ROMAINE'S 158 Main St., Hackensack NEED MONEY? Second Mortgage Loans PAT BACK MONTHLY Market Associates 152 Market St., Paterson MUIberry 4-5543 were Joseph Fellhauer. Marilyn Berger. Joseph Borcellino, Joan Fitz. James Mahoney, Joan Risko, Harry Zochio, Virginia Riviere, Kenneth Barrett, Carol Mangan, 1 Allan Corcoran, Jo D'Elia. Philip Corbae, Gail Howard, Robert Vol-lender. Carol Pomella, James Tects, Audrey Kopp, Robert Fish, Bert Brown. Robert Whitacre, Sheila Mc-Clellan, David Barrett, Louis Sarno, and Herbert Haage. dUdqsfisJdL C. V. Hunt of Church Street, vacationing in Florida, has received word from bandleader Joe Basile that Life's Sunset, a composition with lyrics and music by Hunt, was played as a trumpet soio encore -at a Victor Herbert night recently. The number was so well received. , according to Basile, that he will play it again on a television program Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Tannenbaum of Maple Avenue, and their daughter. Gloria, have returned from a trip to Washington. D. C, and Philadelphia. Mrs. Tannenbaum attended a conference while in the. capital, and Miss Tannenbaum visited friends. Mr. Tannenbaum joined them in Philadelphia on Sat-, urday, w here they visited their other daughter, Mrs" Morgan Hunter and celebrated her birthday. Richard Fox of Ray Avenue re cently returned home from military service in Korea. Butch Selman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Selman of Bruce Street, celebrated his ninth birthday Saturday with a party at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. Thorn ton and their daughter Linda of Overpeck Avenue are presently at' Richard Stroem, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Stroem of Brinkerhoff Terrace who has just enlisted in the Army, left yesterday with Peter Chamalian of Leonia to spend a 3-week vacation in Florida and to visit Gordon Martin, former resident of Palisades Park. 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