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WEST BERGEN BERGEN EVENING RECORD, THURSDAY. APRIL 12, 1A56 Population Figures Given By Planners Consultants Report Maximum v Will Be 40,000 With Present Zoning Law ' Fair Lawn Community Planning' Associates, the Borough's planning counselors, released a report torjgy predicting that the population of the Borough would ultirtiajoly reach 40,000. TOTAL REPORTED The consultants said that the current estimated population is 33,-500. The prediction of increase was DRsed on existing zoning standards. The Planning Association cautioned that any major zoning changes would necessitate a revision of the estimate. The report puts the date of final development for the Borough at 1970. The planning group, which is in the process of drawing up a master plan for the Borough, said the median age of the population Is 31.3 years. There are approximately 4,500 children of pre-school age. The estimates of present and future population are Used as a yardstick to test the adequacy of Borough services and facilities. The predictions, the Planners said, will determine the Borough's needs and the growth of its services. REZONING PLAN Council Will Release Details Shortly Ramsey Only minor changes must be made before final release of the rezoning plan for Route 17, Councilman John S. Elliot said yesterday. Elliot said the Council planned to release details of the ordinance to the public for discussion and criticism before it is formally introduced. Such an arrangement will allow the public a chance to participate in the planning, and no one can feel the Council is trying to ram the change down their throats, he said. It was learned, however, that the zone on both sides would be changed from commercial to light Industrial to allow light manufacturing, processing, and similar types of industry to locate there. Details of the plan will be released before the next meeting of the Council, April 24, Elliot said. CLAPP TO PERFORM FOR H. S. PROGRAM Ramsey High School Junior Will Leave Tonight For St. Louis Ramsey Stephen H. Clapp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Clapp of 196 Arch Street, will leave tonight for St. Louis to play with the Golden Anniversary High School Orchestra at the Musical Educa tors' National Conference. The High School junior has played his violin with the All State Orchestra during each of his High School years. He is one of 12d students from all over the na tion picked for the orchestra to perform before the conference Monday night. His trip is being sponsored by three Ramsey High School organizations, the Student Council, General Organization, and the Band. Clapp will return Wednesday night. ABOARD DESTROYER Ridgewood Navy Lieutenant (jg) John P. McQuillin of 663 Wyndcmere Avenue is serving aboard the radar picket destroyer U. S. S. Leary in the Mediterranean. QUALIFIED AS CARRIER PILOT Allendale Navy Ensign Stephen P. McNally, son of Mrs. N. H. Hagedorn of 896 .Franklin Turnpike, has qualified as a carrier pilot. A graduate of the U. S. Naval Academy, he is undergoing Instrument flying instruction at Pensacola, Fla. ChuYch Of The Atonement To Erect Larger Building Structure To Accommodate Entire Congregation, School, Recreation Facilities Fair Lawn The executive committee of the Church of the Atonement announced plans today for the construction of a new church suitable to accommodate the entire congregation, with adequate facilities for school and recreational functions. DRIVE IN OCTOBER The committee announced that the services of a noted architectural firm had been retained to plan the building. The new church will be on the property at Thirtieth and Rosalie Streets. A building fund campaign, to be Initiated in October, will be directed toward Ihe collection of enough money for the new church, the committee said. A professional fund-raising concern, the Wells Organization, has been hired to direct the drive. The committee said that the bishops and the Diocese had given their approval to the project. A special group from the Board of Missions of the Diocese was present when the final decision was made, according to the committee. LEASE and SAVE! A NEW CAR EVERY YEAR ' FOR AS LITTLE AS $85 Ptr Month No capita) Investment Nt depreeJaUoa losses N maintenance easts N lt snlnutt Mesas latei to purchase No hiddea taxes to say- Call ... EN 4-9000 TODAYS GENERAL CAR LEASING C. I Grd Ava. Cniltwaod. N. i. BOARD MEETING IS POSTPONED Subdivision Approvals Are Released East Peterson Last night's reg ular scheduled meeting of the Plan' ning Boird was cancelled at i P. M. after a quorum had failed to arrive. Peter N. Ciolino, secretary. was called out of town at the last minute, it was announced. However, a list of subdivision ap plications which were approved as minor subdivisions at a meeting of the subdivision committee was released. Approvals included: Joseph Cur-lee, two lots on the north side of Miller Avenue; Sa.so J. Cokinos two lots on the south side of Rive' Road; Alfred H. Brower, two lots on the north side of Locust Street; Joseph and Mary E. Kerestes, two lots on the north side of Miller Avenue. Also, Alfred J. Merlino. two lots on the north side of Summit Ave nue; Max and Josephine Gellis, five and a half lots on the southeast corner of Martha Street and River Drive: John Slefanic, two lots on the west side of Chestnut Street, and two lots on the northeast cor ner of Phillip Avenue and Elm Street. . PUPILS TO PRESENT SPECIAL PROGRAM Fifth Grade Class To Demonstrcte Science Experiments Glen Rock The gymnasium at Central School is being transformed into a science laboratory for to day: Mrs. Janice Hammond's fifth grade class will demonstrate sci ence experiments to the fourth fifth, and sixth, grades. The purpose of the program, en titled "How Heat Affects Solids and Gasses" is to further student interest in the elementary school science fair at Coleman School on May 10 and 11. Today's experiments will consist of the expansion and contraction of solids, Andrea Kjiecht and Gloria Holley; rate of expansion, Bonnie Decker and Douglas McKean; con duction of heat in solids, Patty Mac- Millan and Samuel Rosenblum how heat affects gasses, Ellen Turner and Lloyd Rock and McKean. C. I). PROBLEMS HEARD BY UNIT Hunter, Colonel Koenig Address P.-T. A.; Film Shown East Paterson Civil Defense problems were outlined at last night's meeting of the Sixteenth Avenue School P.-T. A., which featured speakers Jay D. Hunter and Colonel Carl Koenig. Hunter, local director of Civilian Defense, spoke of the needs and prob'.ems of the Borough. Koenig, director of Civilian Defense In Bergen County and also a member of the New Jersey-New York Board of Civilian Defense, outlined the problem in broader terms, A film entitled ' Duck and Cover supplemented the talks and a dis cussion period on home safety was cdnducted. HAS NO SUPERSTITIONS Allendale Friday the thirteenth holds no forboding to the Woman's Evening Club which will have its annual spring dance at 8:30 P. M. tomorrow in the Crescent Terrace Inn, under chairmanship of Mrs Carlcton B. Hutchinson. Tickets will be available at the door. OFFICERS SEATED Dr. Oggel Installs Treasurer And Corresponding Secretary Glen Rock Dr. M. Verne Oggel, pastor, installed two new officers at Tuesday s meeting of the Commu nity Church Guild. Mrs. William Leyshon took over as treasurer and Mrs. Harry B. Long as corresponding secretary. rreseni at me meeting were eight past presidents of the Guild. Mrs. William Tuttle, Mrs. Walter Vandenburg, Mrs. A. T. Hub-schmitt, Mrs. Edward Tyrell, Mrs Joseph Taylor, Mrs. Theodore Kemp, Mrs. Robert Vehling, and Mrs. Theodore Torrent all nnst presidents, were introduced by Mrs. o. rorrest Uhl, president. JOB IS NEW PRESIDENT Allendale Gill C. Job is the new president of Guardian Anael Holy Name Society, succeeding Jo- sepn JUicntenberger. . . Elected with Job were: Alfred Hart, vice-president; Edward Cur- tui, treasurer; Charles Walsh, sec rctary; and George Wehner Jr., marsnai. Cloister Art Studios 70 Grand Ave., Englewood, N.J. Tel. ENglewood S-8274 Stained and Leaded Glass Windows for Churches Mausoleums and Residences Expert Repairing Today In August M. Traulmann of 2 Marion Avenue, Cliffside Park, a mechanic in the station construction and shops department of Consolidated Edison Company of New York, has retired from the company with 45 years of service, All of those years were in customer service and mechanical construction jobs, most recently at the Hunts Po'nt plant in the Bronx, where he's been adjusting Industrial appliances for the use of natural gas, Trautmann and his wife plan to move to Riviera Beach, at Point Pleasant where he's building an all- year-around home. They've lived for 25 years in Cliffside Park where Trautmann has been a member of the Police Reserve The Trautmanns have two sons, two daughters, and six grandchil-dien. Trautmann is a member of Tiffany Council, Junior Order of American Mechanics. NEW DIRECTOR Appointment of Harry W. McNey as director of sales for the Lcderlc Laboratories Division of the Amen can Cyanamid r I. .. - a&W-- been announced 1 11 by L. C. Dun "J can, general manager. Mc Ney, who took over his duties on April 1, re places Henry Wendt Jr., who will become vice' president and general manager of Cyana mid s Davis & Geek Division. Formerly Sales Promotion Man ager, McNey joined Lederle as a salesman in 1940. Prior to his appointment as Sales Promotion Man ager in 1952, he was Regional Manager for the Northeast region, with headquarters in Boston. McNey is a resident of Ho-Ho-Kus. LV NEW POST Henry H. Fiestal, Harris Fiestal and Son, New York, has been appointed to an important committee post with the Institute of Scrap Iron & Steel Inc., the national trade association of the iron and steel scrap industry. Leonard H Krieger, president of the Institute, has named Fiestal to serve as a regional vice chairman of the Brokers committee for 1956. Fiestal, who is president of his firm, Is a graduate of the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania He has been m the scrap iron business since 1935, when he joined Grace Iron & Steel Co., a New York brokerage firm. In 1937 he became associated with the Charles Dreifus Company of Phil adelphia. In 1941 he started the Paterson Slecl Baling Co., a scrap iron yard in Paterson, and eon tinued to represent the Dreifus firm in North Jersey. In December 19o2 he entered the scrap broker age business as a partner with his father under the name of Har ris Fiestal and Son and sold Pat erson Steel Baling Co. A resident of Teaneck for the past ten years, Fiestal is vice- president and member of the Board of Trustees of the Teaneck Jewish Community Center. He Is a mem ber of the Greenwood Country Club of N. J. and he has served on the Board of that organization. He is married and has three children. GETS PROMOTION The promotion of Harold Saks of Ilackcnsark to hosiery buyer was announced recently by Harry D Adnmy, president of Quackenbush s Department Store, Paterson. Saks, a 1950 graduate of Rutgers University, came to the store In 1953. Prior to this, he was a sales man with M. J. Saks Shoe Corp and an infantry sergeant for two years with the army. Afier completion of the executive training program at Quacken bush s, a program which has been in effect several years giving se lected personnel specialized train ing in oil phases of retailing, he held a variety of positions with the company. Saks, who lives at 74 Ross Ave nue, was assistant to the general merchandise manager until recent ly. During his career with the store, he has been head of the toy stock in the Christmas season, as sistant to the lamps and china buy er, and assistant in the men's furnishing department. - NAMED TO COUNCIL A. C, Huffman of Huffman & Boyle Co., Inc.. North Hackcnsack home furnishing store, has been named to the newly-formed Retail Advisory Council for the Carpet Institute, it was announced here today by Paul M. Jones, President of the Institute. The Council is composed of 16 leading carpet retailers from across the nation. In announcing the appointment, Jones stated that the board Of prominent retailers was created to afford the carpet manufacturing' industry a key source of advice on problems that pertain to the retail distribution of carpets. Huffman will attend the first meeting of the Retail Advisory Council will be held in New York on May 23 in the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. Major industry problems will be discussed with executives representing the 20 member com panies of the Institute. The all-day meeting will be preceded by a dinner honoring the Council on May 22. Named Manager Robert . Mitchell of 102 Central Avenue, Hasbrouck Heights, has been promoted by the Okonite Company, Passaic, to the position of Manage of Employee Relations. In his new post Mitchell will con duct over-all employee policy and will consult each plant management on Union relations, including con tract negotiations. He has been with the concern since he gradu ated from Hasbrouck Heights High School in 1936. A native of the Borough, he holds a Eachelor's degree from Fairliegh Dickinson College and is now studying at Columbia University for his Master's degree. He is the son of Mrs. Emily I. Mitchell, Deputy Borough Clerk, his wife is, LM Business the former Miss Dorothy Frederick. They have two children, Ruth and Robert . Mitchell, who 'served with the U. S. Air Force in the C. B. 1. Theater during World War II, is a former member and president of the Board of Education, HILTON TO MANAGE The promotion of Paul A. Hilton to the post of manager of the sub' sidlary distributing corporations of Allen B, DuMont Laboratories, Inc is announced by William C. Scales, sales manager of Du Mont's Television Receiver Division. Immediately prior to his new appointment ' Hilton had been assistant to the controller. Ltatoi In his new position Hilton will be responsible for administration and sales of the wholly-owned Du Mont subsidiaries that distribute' Du Mont television receivers, hi-fi units, and radios in New York and Florida. He will make his offices at the company's television receiver plant in East Paterson. Before his association with Du Mont Hilton was general manager of Servel Distributing Corporation in New York and had served as general manager of Audio and Video Products Corp., -and assis tant general manager of Crosley Distributing Corp. in New York. Hilton holds a Bachelor f Commercial Science degree from New York University and lives in Mah-wah, at 97 Armour Road, with his wife Helen, daughter Mary Louise and son Alan. RECEIVES AWARD Federal Telephone and Radio Company, a division of Interna tional Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, has awarded a serv ice pin and certificate to Mrs. Josephine Domino, in recognition of 5 years of service. Mrs. Domino, a radio stamper in radio assembly department, lives at 640 Eighth Street, Lynd-hurst. JOINS FIRM Richard L. Head of Park Ridge has joined Robert H. Gamble and Associates, Teaneck, as an account executive in the public relations field. Head is a former regional editor for the Bergen Evening Kecora ana more recently was as sociated with the McGraw-Hill Publishing Co., and Charles Scrib-ner's Sons, both in New York. DRIVER FINED $25 FOR LEAVING SCENE Woman Says She Was Nervous Lost In A Strange Town Palisades Park Miss Nancy Quackenbush, 24, of 42 Beech Street, Westwood, paid a $25 fine and $5 costs in Municipal Court last night after pleading guilty to a charge of leaving the scene of an accident. The reason she didn't stop after hitting a car parked on East Pali sades Boulevard early on the morning of April 2, Miss Quarken bush told Magistrate William Scan-Ion: She was nervous, lost in a strange town, and assured by the owner of the car she was driving, who was a passenger that he would report the accident to police later Counter complaints of careless driving, signed by Mrs. Marjorie Bolt?, of 383 Main Street, Ridgefield Park, and Palmo Geressl of 25 Elizabeth Street, Secaucus. were dismissed for lack of evidence. CUB SCOUT PACK STUDIES SEA LIFE Dm Mothers Direct Sketches At Emerson School Session Teaneck A Cub Scout Pack 92 program In the Emerson School auditorium Tuesday night was based on life along the bottom of the sea. Cub Dens, directed by their den mothers, presented sketches on sea life as seen through the famous Dr. Beetle's balhasphcre, and showed photos and collections of shells. A movie on the same subject was shown. Cub awards were presented to Richard Owens, Robert Dolahant, Richard Rovegno, David Durkin. Phillip Pollack, Steven Auerbach, William SChaeffer, William Fox, Robert Solomon, George Sherman, Joseph Taggart, Bruce Saamund- sen, David Shebses, and Richard Bruno. A new member of the Pack, James Deaver, was inducted by Cubmaster Thomas Wansleben. C. Y. O. WINNER St. Elizabeths, Wyckoff, Survives Play Eliminations Maywood St. Elizabeth's C. Y. O. of Wyckoff was named winner in the 1-act play contest elimina tions at Our Lady Queen of Peace auditorium last night. The winning play was entitled "Junior' Buys a Car". Other en tries were St. Catharine's and Our Lady Queen of Peace C. Y. O. junior groups. The local entry was Now That April s Here' . The senior finals of -the County C. Y. 0.:sponsored contest will be conducted Saturday night at Our Lady Queen of Peace. The pro gram wul begin at 7:30. The local seniors will present "The Dear Departed", The cast includes Virginia Shine, Lorraine! Gaeta, Carole Stannard, John nines, John Ashe, and Robert Wat son. Other groups competing are tt. Matthews of Ridgefield and at. Francis of Ridgefield Park. GIVES LAWN TIPS Speaker Advises Lions Club How To Maintain Grounds Harrington Park How to make and maintain a good lawn was explained to the Lions Club in Tuesday at the Edelweis House River Vale. Daniel Brogan, representative of an agricultural chemical company, showed a film and spoke on the care of flowers, lawns, shrubs, and trees. Fred H. Quantmeyer arranged the program, which was attended by wives of members. Student Newspaper Backs Stand On Hiss Says Cancellation Of University Was Being Browbeaten Princeton, Apr. 12 (?) The student newspaper at Prince ton University said today that by Alger Iliss'would mean that by outside pressure groups. FLOOD OF WIRES The editorial in the "Dailv Princelonian" was the latest com ment in a controversy which has developed since the convicted per jurer was invited to address Princeton's Whig-Cliosophic Society April 26. A university spokesman said yes terday that a flood of telegrams and letters has poured in since the campus debating society issued the Invitation but that the bid does not mean the university endorses Hiss. And on the floor of Congress, Representative T. James Tumulty ID., N. J.I said the invitation sue egsts there's a little poison ivy creeping Into the Ivy League. The campus newspaper said Princeton is not condoning or sane tioning the actions of Hiss. "We are a university, not a su preme court," the editorial said But it added that Princeton's reputation will suffer more if the bid is rescinded than if Hiss comes here as scheduled. "It would Imply that Princeton is an institution which can be brow-beaten by outside pressure groups, the daily said. ; "We believe that this stigma would be too great a price to pay merely to pacify the people who object to Alger Hiss "... "If Hiss appears here, many will feel that Princeton is defending a perjurer at least, a traitor at worst. If the bid is retracted, even more will feel that Princeton is a university without the courage of her convictions." Hiss was sentenced to a term in federal prison for perjury on charges that he falsely denied passing secret government documents to Whittaker Chambers. He was a State Department official during the Franklin D. Roosevelt administration and is Scheduled to talk here on the subject of the Yalta and Geneva Conferences. Representative Tumulty said it might be more appropriate for Hiss to speak on how he betrayed the Princeton alumni and other Americans who died for their country. The Congressman added: "Perhaps they should go a step further and have a department of treachery at the university, manned by Hiss himself." Representative Frank Thompson Jr. (D., N. J.) said that .if he had been a member of the Whlg-Clio-sophic Society he would have voted against the Hiss invitation. But Thompson, whose district includes Princeton, said: "The university has every right, and the students have every right whether their judgment is good, or as I think it was in this instance, bad to invite any one they like." Edgar M. Gemmell, administrative secretary of the university, said the letters and telegrams received by Princeton either were highly emotional or thoughtful. "Thoughtful writers make no suggestion that the university rc-trni't Its stand." Gemmell said. "The thoughtful people, who In most cases have misinterpreted the facts, are trying to be helpful. Quile a few question Hiss's qualifications to speak on Yalta or Geneva." RALLY IS SLATED AT FI REHOUSE 1 Democrats To Hear Mayor lllshon, Council (anilidnles Iiiiitinttt- Democrats In the Bor ough will Rather tomorrow for a primary election rally in Hrciumsc . accord ne to John iinikiran, niu- iiiicipal chairman. M.ivnr Jnscni J. Hishnn will stress the Importance of backitiK t;ovnrnur Robert B. Mevner to In sure an unpledged committee at the national convention. Council incumbents Charles Schmidt and Vincent Terraciano. seekiiiK re election, also will be present. EDUCATORS DINE Oil Industry Committee To Open Scholarship Program Hackenscak The Bergen County Oil Industry Information Committee will hold its third annual educators dinner Wednesday at the Red Lion Inn. The dinner will serve to kick off the O. I. I. C. scholarship program whereby five 1-year college scholarships are awarded for the teaching profession. All Bergen County school superintendents, principals and guidance teachers have been invited as well as recently retired Bergen County Superintendent of Schools Roy Zimmerman and new Superintendent of Schools Archie Hay. Miss Elinor McAddam will be guest speaker. LOUISE MORELLI Teaneck Widow Succumbs At Hos pitalServices Set Tomorrow Teaneck Mrs. Louise Morelli, 66, of 220 Hillside Avenue died Tuesday in Holy Name Hospital, Wife of the late Frank, she leaves one son, Salvatore of Leonia; one daughter, Mrs. Louise Ryan of Teaneck; two sisters, Mrs. Jose phine Russo and Mrs. Augustine Maresca of Jersey City; and four grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at the Volk Colonial Home, 101 East Main Street, Bogota, tomorrow at 9:30 A. M. A solemn high mass will be offered at 10 A. M. at St. Joseph's R. C. Church, Bogota. Interment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery, North Arlington. CANDIDATES TO APPEAR Bergenficld Local candidates for political office in the November election will be guests of the Bergen Manor Civic Association at the group's annual spring dance Saturday at 9 P. M. at the Antler's Hotel, Haworth. Austin Byron is chairman of the affair. Talk Would Mean cancellation of a campus talk Princeton can be browbeaten ISABEL MARCUS IN CLOSE LOSS Beaten In Oratory Test On Second Ballot Middletown, N. Y Apr. 12 Conrad Gill, 17, of Penn Yan, N. Y., High School, today in ex tremely close voting won the Re gion 2 finals of the American Re gion National Oratorical contest Gill competed with Isabel Mar cus. 17. Teaneck, N. J.. High School; Sandra Hart, 16, Paw- tucket. R. I West High School, ant Daniel Horowitz, 18, Hillhouse High School, New Haven. Conn. Their subject was "The Constitution". On the first balloting, Gill and Miss Marcus tied for first, and Miss Hart and Horowitz tied for second. On the second ballot. Gill was declared the winner. Details of the voting were not announced, and the tie between Miss Hart and Horowitz was permitted to stand, as only a first-place winner was to be selected. Gill will represent the region at the Section 2 contest Friday at Teaneck High School. Section 2 embraces the New England and Middle Atlantic States and the District of Columbia. Gill, a senior, plans to enter a theological seminary after his graduation in June. He is active in track and basketball and is a singer. ALICE E. GODDEN SUCCUMBS AT 87 Saturday Services Are Scheduled For Former Nurse Park Rs'dge Miss Alice Esther Godden of 60 Colony Avenue, a nurse, died yesterday after a lengthy illness. She was born 87 years ago at Jersey City Heights but lived most of her life in Park Ridge. Miss Godden' had been a nurse in Park Ridge and New York City for many years. When she retired, she returned to Park Ridge to live with her sister, the late Mrs. Grace G. Heale. After her sister's death, Miss Godden continued to make her home with her nieces. Miss Doris Heale and Miss Bessie Heale. She was a member of the Sons and Daughters of Liberty, and had been a member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Montvale since its inception. Miss Godden also is survived by three nephews and four oilier nieces. The Rev. A. Wayne Schwab of St. Paul's Church will officiate Saturday 2 P, M. at services in the Robert Spearing Funeral Home on Kinderkamack Road. Burial will follow in Pascack Cemetery. JOHANNA BRENNAN Services For Criinford Woman Will Be Held Saturday (Special to the Return Evening Rccmd) Cranford, Apr. 12 Mrs. Johanna A, Biennan, 84, of 23 Adams Avenue, formerly of Cailstadl. died yesterday at her home after a lung illness. Born in Ireland, she lived in Jersey City 4(1 years, moved to Carl-sladl where slio lived 7 years, and canic here 6 years ago to live with her (laughter, Mrs. John Rowan. Mrs. Hrennnn was a communicant of St. Michael's It C. Church and a member of its Rosary Society. She was a elmiicr member of the Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, Lodge 130, Jersey City, and also was a member of the Auxiliary of Lodge 823, Elizabeth. Her husband Patrick J. died in 1!)25. Surviving are a son, Martin P. of Jersey City; five daughters, Mrs. Rowan, Miss Cecelia Bren-nan of Carlstndt, Mrs. Marie Kche-veria of New York City. Mrs. Eliz abeth Drews of trails Church, Va., and Mrs. Irene Fallon of Pittsburgh; 19 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be Satur day at 9:30 A. M. at the Dooley Funeral Home, 218 North Avenue West, Cranford, followed by a mass at 10 A. M. at St. Michael's R. C. Church here. Interment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery, North Arlington. KARRASCII RITES Services Planned This Afternoon For Westwood Woman Westwood Service's were to be held this afternoon at the Lyons Funeral Home for Mrs. Florence Craft Karrasch, 37, of 430 Kinderkamack Road, who died Monday at Hackensack Hospital. Burial was to be at Roslyn Cemetery in New York. Surviving are her husband Otto, two sons, Richard and Robert; a stepdaughter Barbara; her father, Mortimer Craft and a sister, Mrs. Virginia C. Sessler, both of Glen Head, N. Y. I liner al 1 ACTS r of Impressive Beauty doesn't require an ex pensive outlay of money when we are called. Our wide range of prices meets every need or wish. TRINM afwrj 5c5nCO "MAYWOOD B mmm m I iP,30W- r c 1 i I VANDERBECK RITES SLATED TOMORROW Former Glen Rock Councilman Dies At Lake George Home (Special to tha Boigen Evening Record) Lake George, N. Y Apr. 12 Cornelius Vanderbeck, former Glen Rock, N. J Borough Councilman, died here yesterday. Mr. Vanderbeck had been a Glen Rock real estate broker and served on the Planning Board from 1937 until his election as Councilman in 1941. He remained on the Coun cil until moving here in 1952 and also served on the Glen Rock Ra tion Board during World War II. Services will be at 8 P. M. tomorrow In the C. C. Van Emburgh funeral home, Ridgewood, N. J. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Fannie Wiseman Vanderbeck; three sons, Leonard C. and James G. of Glen Rock and Robert J. of Montclair; a brother John of Oradcll; a sister, Miss Donna Vanderbeck of Glen Rock; and eight grandchildren. SERVICES TODAY Mrs. Catherine MacDougall Of Bogota Succumbed At 81 Bogota Mrs. Catherine B MacDougall, 81, of 231 Beechwood Avenue died Sunday. Funeral services were to have been held DEATHS COLOMBO On Wednesday. Apr. 11. 1956. Leopold, at Old Tappan, NT. J , formerly of Hudson County, and Miami. Florida in his 75lh year, beloved husband of Minnie l nee Ahrens), devoted father of Mrs. Olga Colombo. dear brother of Antonio, Marie and Atillio Relatives and friends are re spectfully invited to attend funeral on Saturday. April 14 at 9 A. M. from the Leber Funeral Home, Boulevard corner of 20th Street, Union City Thence to St. Matthews R. C. Church Ridgefield. at 10 A M where High Mass will be offered for the happy repose of his soul. DAIII.ANDkR Helen L, formerly of Maple Avenue. Hackensack. on April 8. 1956, at St. Petersburg, Florida Wife of the late Gerald W Dahlander and mother of Mrs William Trimble, and Ward Dahlander. Funeral aerv-li-e will be held at Hill and Steward Funeral Home, 74 Central Avenue. Hackensack, on Friday. April 13, at 1 P. M. DRF.CIIS1.ER Of 34 Home Place. Ber-genfield, on Tuesday. April 10. 1956. Frederick, beloved husband of the late Selmj and devoted father of Alma Stephen Services at H G. VVokal Funeral Home. 241 Union St.. comer Central Avpnue, Hackensack. on Friday. H A. M. Interment Maple Grove Park. COOUEX Alice E on April 11. 1956 of tiO Colony Avenue. Park Ridge. N. J., dear Aunt of Doris E. Heaie. H. Bessie Heaie. Funeral service 2 P M. Saturday at the Robert Spearing Funeral Home. 155 Kinderkamack Koad, Park Ridee. Interment, Pascack Cemetery, Park Ridge. N. J. HALL Charles S. of Pomona Country Club. Suffern. N Y. on Tuesday. April 10, 1956. beloved husband of fcthel B. Brother of Lawrence J Funeral services at the Quirk Funeral Home. 89 Enele Street. Enelewood. N I Thursday. 8:30 P. M. The family wiU receive their friends Wednesday, 7 to 9 P M. Thursday. i u a ana 7 to p. M. KRAIISE On April 11, 1958 of 120 houtn leswmg Avenue. Saddle Brook N. J.. Carl. Beloved husband of Louise and father of Norma, Yvonne, and Gerhard Krause in his 52nd year Service at the Vander Plaat Memorial Home. S-ll:i Farview Avenue, Pa- ramus. on Fndav at 2 P. M Inter ment George Washington Memorial Park. Family will receive their friends on Thursday 7-10 P M. LINSTROM Bernard Carl, of River Val on Tuesday, April lu, 1951. Beloved husband of M tneola G . Rpbcrjze Devoted father of Matiene K Scherer and Audrey M. Eitimonl. Brother of Catherine Murray, Aim survived by two Kiandchildren. Services at Lyons Funeral Home, Westwood. Thursday evening at 8 o'clork. MOREI.I.I Louise, on April 10, 1956. cf 22i) Hilttririe Avenue. Teanerk, Devoted wife nt the iate frank and beiove- mother Louute Ryan, Salvatore Moreili, Sisler o( Josephine Russo, A.f- irnsune Maiesea and beloved Grand mother of Louise Ran. Jo Ann Mm Lou, and Frank Motrin, Jr. Funei ai from .hr Volk Colonial Home of Bo-KOta, U1 East Main Street. Frldav at 9 30 A M thrnce to St Joseph Chureh. Rojdnta whrre a mass will oe offered nl 10 A. M. Interment. Holy irofts l ernetery, North Arlington. 1)W'i;HS Alvin, on April 10. ipifl, age yearn hi loved nusnand of Helen father of Mis. Eva McEntee. brother of deot'iie H and Mis Marv Jones Services at Heus Funeral Home. :m Mam St i ret, Fort I ee. Thui jtdav. P M tttv. Alex Poriii offlnatiiiR M;isnir seivieea by Whitehead Lodke i m , r and a xi ai 8 ;m p m Funeral Frldav y .30 A M interment Jeffetiun Kural Cemetery, CitskiU. IM.Tm.R Ruth on April 11. 19!W. of Jw itrtKKN Avenue, reanei-k. devoted wife of Chtl.i and Ulster of Florence mi!h and Isabel Pet tit Service at the Volk Colonial Home. 789 Teaneck Hnart. Teanrek. Fi iriav at 8 P M Pionrer Chapter S127. O E 3 wiv-ke will follow. PALOMINO Lllla de CaMro at River F.de, N J on April 11. lflM. Beloved mother or Mrs William H Mnffatt Funeral Private. Kindly omit flowers RK'CO Ahdort A . on April 10. 1956 of AS Lawrence Avenue. XJumont, N J , beloved husband of Anna and devoted Father of Abrion H . John G . Blanche and Gloria. Hear Brother of Maurice and Reno Funeral Frtdav. April 13. 9 30 A. M at the Arthur G. Norman Funeral Home. 2i"8 Kinderkamack Road, Oradell. N J Requiem Hth Mass. St. Mary's R C Church. Wash-injiton Avenue. Dumont. 10 A M Intel ment. Holy Cross Cemetery. North Arlington. N J. ROMANO Of 9058 Palisade Plaia. North Bersen. on April 10. 1936. Rose C ince Caparsoi. Beloved wife of Angelo and devoted mother of Mrs. Marv Fet-raio, Mrs. Antoinette Ferrante. Mrs. Rose lvm Mrs Concetta Caccioppoli. Mrs Josephine Huss, Mrs. Ann Maresca. Lawrence and George Romano. Funeral from McCorrv Bros. Funeral Home, 780 Anderson Avenue. Cliffside Park, on Saturdav. April 14, at 9 A. M. Requiem mass at Sacred Heart R C Church. Hudson Heights, at 8 30 A. M. VOLK COLONIAL HOME of, (Bogota Funeral Service since 1865 At 101 E. Main Street, cor. Palisade Avenue Easily reached by Bus or Car Bogota HU 9-2202 today at the East Rldgelawn Cemetery, Delawana. Mrs. MacDougall, who was born in Germany, lived here 35 years. tor 50 years she was employed by Cushman Sons Inc. in New York City. She leaves one niece, Miss Kathryn Bernhardt of the same address. LEOPOLD COLOMBO Saturday Mass Is Scheduled For Furniture Importer, 74 Old Tappan Leopold Colombo, 74, of Orangeburg Road and North Miami Beach, Fla., died yesterday at his home here after a 2-year illness. He owned Leopold Brothers of Thirty-fourth Street, New York City, importers and manufacturers of Italian furniture. Mr. Colombo was born in Italy and came to the United States 52 years ago. In Old Tappan for the past 3 months, he had lived previously in Hudson County. Surviving are his wife, Minnie Ahrens Colombo; a daughter, Mrs. Olga Colombo; two brothers, Atil- ho and Antonio; and a sister, Miss Marie Colombo. The funeral will be from the Leber Funeral Home, 2000 Hudson Boulevard, Union City. Saturday at 9 A. M., followed at 10 A. M. by a requiem mass in SL Matthew's R. C. Church, Ridgefield. DEATHS SCHM1TTER Frank W. of 408 Jeffer. son Street. Car 1st ad t, N. J., on April 10. 1936, beloved husband oi Jtann ette SchmiUer. devoted father of Jen-ette New and Lester His gang. Funeral ervices at the Ricatdo Memoiial Home. Union and Passaic Street. Hackensack, on Friday, April 13th. at 10 A M. Interment Cedar Lawn Cemetery. ST!-RUNG Clarence !. on April 10, 19ob, of 39 Ridtfe Avenue Pa k Ridue. N. J. Beloved hushand of Hattte Gom-pert Sterling: father of Clarence I. Sterling Jr. Fraternal service bv Veterans of the 71st Regiment National Guard of New York Cltv 8 PM. Thursday. Religious sen ice to folio at 8:30 P M. at the Robert Spearing Funeral Home ins Kinderkamark Road. Park Ridee, N J Funeral 10 A M Friday. Interment Hackensack Cemetery. WILLIAMS On April 10 at Lak Worth. Florida Formerly of McKm-lev Avenue, Dumont. N. J . at Englewood Hospital. Martha B Wife of the late Edward F, Williams. Mother of Mrs Eva May Seitz. Homer R., and Harold B Stoughton. Sister of Mrs. Martan Diehl Funeral service at Riewerts Memorial 110x711, 187 South Washington Avenue. Bernen-field. N J.. Fndav. April 13. at 2 P. M. Interment George Washington Memorial Park. Paramus. The family will receive friends Wednesday between 7 and 10 P. M and Thursday between 3 and 5 P. M. and 7 and 10 P. M. WILI.IC Adelaide H . on April 10, 195S, of 995 Teaneck Road. Teaneck. . J., beloved daughter of Edward and Ann Willig. Funeral on Saturdav, April 14. at 10 A. M. from the C. H. Peinecka Funeral Home. 1321 Teaneck Road, West Enelewood Requiem Hirh Mass. St. Anastasia s R. C Church at 10 30 A. M. Interment, Madonna Cemetery, Fort Lee, N. J. CARD OF THANKS BARONF We wish to express our sincere thanks to the many friends, neighbors and relatives for their kindness, sympathy and floral offerings shown at the recent death of our beloved mother and grandmother, Georgia Baione. THE BAR ONE FAMILY Dl'R AND-C ANTON I wish to express my sincere thanks to the many friends, neighbors and relatives for their kindness, sympathy, and beautiful floral offerings shown at the death of my beloved hus and. John Durand-Canton. Special thanks to Halsev Funeral Home and Rev. Alfred J ana ve 11 f or his eonsolins wordy MRS. JOHN DUHAND-C ANTON IN MEMORIAM SCFPKA In lovinc memory of our beloved Mother Anna, who passed away 5 years ao today. She is fondly remembered. Forever in our hearts. LOVING CHILDREN Florist ond Floral Designs 4 BRODERICK'S FLOWERS " M No Wuntnirton An . Berf.ndtid Dl'mont-lR16 CEDAR LANE FLOWER SHOPPi 9 Odar Lane TTaneck 8-7100 Funeral Directors 5 GORMLEY COMMUNITY FUNERAL HOME 32S Union Strret Hackcnuck HUBBARD 7-1010 GREENLEAF FUNERAL HOMg Non-Srrtrln Rrt 15 10 VI Paluniii. Ave F.njlfwood 3-041 RICARDO MEMORIAL HOME William F Rlcaxtlo A Son funeral directors corner Union and Passat? Street. Haeken-aai-k N J Parlors alwaya opt-n (or visitation. Lady attendant Ttre FUNERAL HOMT J STEWARD P. STEWARD HILL It STEWARD LVC. 74 Central Ave Hackemark Phone HUhliard 7-0uo Lady Attendant ".Service to the Livirur" H G WOKAL FUNERAL HOME 118 Hudson St S41 Union St. Hackensack N J Diamond 2-2158 Monuments-Cemetery Plots 6 cTvrit'.Vf Location" Geoff e Wainlnc-ton Memorial Park CaU Gilbert 5-BH81. 4 GRAVE cemeterv plots. George Washington Memorial Park Sacrifice, moving to Florida. GI 9-0122. QUIRK Funeral Home Homes in ENGLEWOOD TENAFLY CRESSKILL LO 7 011 Teaneck TE 6-0202

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