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I S T r f t r r rv -v V'"' v-'v rr j f k 1 I 16 THE HERALD-NEWS, HU DAY, AUGUST 3, 1982 f estate -Glfton. N. Social Activities in Allwood Tunlson Mark 20th Wdding 'Annivmary Mr. and Mrs. Herbert I Tunl on. 111 Merrill Road, marked their 0th wwdding anntvenary NVadnetdar. M rt. Tuntaon U the former hi tea Dorli Gordon of Itloomfteld. Her hueband marked hi birthday Tueiday. Th couple nd their thrwa children, Patricia, Lea and Marjorie, returned tvm m month' vacation early thli week, ipent at Hsrwichport, on Cape Cod, Mas, Mr. and Mr. TunUon celebrated their annlver aery at the Cape by dining out and attending a performance of Ftorello" at Melody Tent In Hyanni. After a month' vacation at Albion Place Social Notes Mr. and Mr. Warren Keller Jr. nd dauihter, Arlane, 54 Lambertl Ave., are home from OceanlBoyle'a Reitaurant, following tha Point Tleaeant, Mr. and Mr, Charles Lareon and oni, Don la i and Rocer, have returned tn their home, 75 Burlington Road. While at tha shore Doug, 11. raufht the blcfeat flih, a fluke, on a fishing boat with JO men aboard. Mr. end Mr. Charlei J. Juster Jr. and dauihter, Marianne, 57 Luiaser Rt, will drive out to Re aerve Officer Training Corp summer ramp at Indlantown Gap Military Reservation In Prnmyl vania tomorrow. They will bring home their eon, Robert Juster, who atlendi the University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Jnd He ha spent six weeks at the camp under tha ROTC program Ha ia a graduata of St. Benedict Preparatory School, Newark. Mrs. Charles Smith of rhoenlx vllle, r, Will be hoiteaa this evening at a dinner at Gene Peach, where they vacationed for a week. George Moalev, son of Mr. and Mr. Charles Mosley, 1(19 Livingston St., i tha guest for several days thia week of hi aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Charles D'Orsal of Allendale. Their 15th wedding annlver ary occurred yesterday for Mr. and Mrs. John Stocks, 170 Edison Ft. She Is the former June Eslava of Caldwell. They hive three children, Geoffrey, Carol and Keith. Mr. and Mr. John Kraus, 107 Warren St., pent a few days vs-ca ioning at Aabury Park. They also visited relatives in Small Pond, Ps. rehearsal of the bridal party of her son, William A. Smith, and hla bride-elect. Mis Anne Sommer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Wilbur G, Sommer, 12 Orchard Drive. The couple will be married tomorrow afternoon si 4 o'clock at Allwood Community Church, of which the bride's father is Sunday School superintendent. Mi Ruth Kuepfer will portray Martha Wanhlnglnn in the Passaic County American Legion convention parade tomorrow afternoon through Clifton, Her brother, Jrkie, will be a mln-uteman." They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Kuepfer, 68 Merrill Road. Kuepfer ia past commander of Quentin Ronse velt Post and county vice commander of the Ameriren Legion. FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE THE MYSTERIOUS PLANET-Part 5 L Ahotwa snuhc (uct asout t TWO MOOKS C0 MAM 15 THAT TKtV TMvU. IN OPFOd rm Dt tenons PNOftC TV.WI TlMCS A DAT 04 WAV, 0CMO5 OKI A Dyp OTVAAVuey. ftuuy TV4 1 A55T EOAAJWABLt (Kt or au. rc. txa m , pmdoo Ac DfMO SO urrut TnjtJ TKV MUtr M MKS4jr fcxtaf.on IVXKHOUOWl PHO&OS IAATMFjOCK, OF SAME . WEIGHT I A ROOC or SMLAX WUMT TO pvoeos.wKx to uiui as CXAMCPEA ,VJMJO BE CH.YAFCV HUNCAtO FtIT ACROSS Tt ONLY POii M EKAAMA3V7N Oe hMOMM.Amt nonua. suxv m Moscow, h THAj PVOBOS AM) POdOS AM AAAMDOSftO tPM, rewsowi, PVT wt TO 04,1 AKOUtO MAXJ tv 30MC AACt ues DOINCT OSt DC nJCTI0 TO CmA bhAT or THtlMVtUC T nrTTrrrnrrrrrrrrrrrrr Levy Brothers BEAUTY, SALE!; 4 Save to 50 NO IfTTIt THEORY HAS BEEN PUT fOKvtoAD TO ACCOUNT PO TK UKAMOX OT TV MYOTMOUl MOON OF MAM on It's the Humidity (CARMICHAEL 16 Million Tons of Wattr Are Drawn Up Into Atmosphtro Every Second in Dog Days gust Is caused by the brightest Sam Fogg WASHINGTON T Those summer doldrums known as the dog days r now upon us. Contrary to ancient belief, it isn't Siriu. Modern weather science long ago ha punctured the early Greek and Roman theory that the hot swelter of July and Au- Activities in Maple Valley Penhales Mark 28th Wadding Anniversary Marking their 2Ath wedding anniversary last Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. William Penhsle, 27 Rock Hill Road. Mrs. Penhsle la the former Stephanie Rzetka of Bloomfield, and they have a aon, Robert, who Is stationed with the Naval Air Material Service in Philadelphia. Robert ia airman apprentice end was home last weekend. On Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Penhsle spent the day at the shore and had dinner nd attended a show. Later they visited Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Abel-hauser of Berkley Shore Estate. Dining at Marioa In Paramus last Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. James Pussilano, 40 Elm Hill Road. They were accompanied by Mrs. Pussalino's mother, Mrs. K. Chllllngworth. .The occasion honored both Mra. Pussllanos and Mra. ChUlingrworth'a birthdays. Following dinner they attended a show. Sally Steenland, 53 Fair Hill Road, had a her guest last Saturday st Terrace Lake, Butler, Miss Edna Kuiken. Vacationing for the month of July at Forked River were Mr. and Mrs. William H. Morgan and children, Mary Ellen and William, 57 Cliff Hill Road. One weekend William had as his guests Wayne and Mlcheel Long. Mr. and Mra. James Manturl, 43 Blua Hill Road, entertained at a family gathering last Sun day. Among their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nigro and Miss Olga Nigro of West Orange. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hammel and sons, Charles and Richard, 32 Stevens Road, returned home Saturday after camping for a week at Stokes State Forest. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Johanthan Travis and daughters, Susan and Patty of Clifton. Gen. Cantwell to Speak At 114th Hospital Honor Review PATERSON MaJ. Gen. James F. Cantwell,' chief of staff of the New Jersey Army National Guard, will be the speaker for the military review tonight at (he Paterson Armory welcoming home the 114th Sur- of tha Mobile Long Island Lad Guest in Allwood CLIFTON Mr. and Mr. Richard Rohrman, 59 Surrey Lane, Allwood, have aa their guest for two weeks Rodney Hall, 6 years old, of Long Island City, N. Y., under the Friendly Town program sponsored by the New York Herald-Tribune. He arrived in town on Tuesday. The boy ia proving a good playmate for the Rohrmans 4-year-old son, Ricky. He is adjusting well lo the suburban way of life in Allwood, Mrs. Rohrman said. It la believed that Mr. and Mrs. Rohrman are the first couple in Allwood, and pbssibly in Clifton, to subscribe to the program. Mrs. Rohrman said she feel it is the Christian and American thing to do." Both she and her husband are glad of the opportunity to further the cause of brotherhood, she said. Allwood Community Church undertook the placement of underprivileged children's vacations in this area. Cuba Gets Twisted Story on Drug KEY WEST, Fla. ;P) Cubans are being told that the drug thalidomide is a U.S. product. Havana radio, in discussing the preparation which is suspected of deforming unborn babies, referred to it as a "tranquilizer of Yankee manufacture." The broadcast said expectant mothers in in Europe had not been warned of its possible dangers but that those in the United States had- been advised. The drug actually was developed in Germany. It was prevented from getting a licence for commercial distribution, in the- United States through the vigilance of a woman doctor with the Food and Drug Administration. gical Hospital Army. The full-dress review at 8:30 s.m. is being sponsored by Paterson area National Guard units of Combat Command C, commanded by Col. George Davis Seating will be provided for about 2,000 spectators. The 114th Hospital unit, called to active duty during the Berlin Crisis last Fall, returned to Paterson by military convoy Wednesday after aervlng 10 months at Fort Dix. Military and civilian leaders who will make brief welcoming addresses in addition to Maj Gen. Cantwell include: Col. Davis as host commander for the review; Rep. Charles Joel son; State Sen. Anthony J. Grossl; Mayor Frank X. Graves Jr., of Paterson. Over 600 National Guardsmen will march in review to honor the 83 enlisted men and 15 officers of tha 114th, commanded by Col. Richard N. Outwin, M.D., of Millbum. Participating in the review will be groups representing the following National Guard units stationed at the Paterson Armory: CCC Headquarters Company; the 2nd Armored Infantry Battalion, - 113th Infantry; the 4th Medium Tank Battalion and the 63rd New Jersey National Guard Army Band from Camden. The staff officers of Combat Command C. in charge of the review are Col. Davis, Lt. Col Robert C. Wilson, Maj. Howard Housel, Capt. Eugene O'Neill Cpt. Martin Donohue, Maj. William Noonan, Capt. Thomas Fenton, Chief Warrant Officer Herbert Lasher, Maj. Emery Pal Capt Gregory Howarth, Lt. Col. Francis Mari, and Maj. Charles Stewart. Social Notes Of Nutley Mr. and Mrs. George Juliano of Walnut Street were guest Wednesday evening at a aur prise parly in celebration their recent mariage and mov ing Into the neighborhood, the home of Mr. and Kirs. Gor don Downln of Walnut Street Guesta included Mr. and Mrs John Michaels, Mr. and Mrs, Hodge and Mr. and Mrs. Ber gamino all of Walnut Street. Mra. Steven Forgaeh of Beech Street was hostess at a farewell luncheon recently at her home in honor of Mr. and Mra, Maurice Peizer and daughter, Muni, who are moving to Rochester, N. Y. Mr. 'and Mrs. Brian Schutte of High School celebrated their third wedding anniversary at their home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rankl and son, Carl, and Mrs. William Poluckl and children, Barbara, Terry and Jimmie of Cliffwood Beach. James Barletto, of 16 Albany Ave., has been elected general chairman of the Newark 1962 Veterans Day parade committee. He Is commander of Chester F. Maltia Chapter 57, DAV. The parade will be held Nov. 11. 9 Nutley Students Attending Courses NUTLEY Nine Nutley students have been accepted as participants in the advanced,- . . aj astronautiral course which the ielt TO M Of nets IV6S T alar In the sky Sirius or Cants Major; the large dog." According to the National Geographic Society, ancient astron omeri held that Sirius, which rose with the sun In midsummer, Intensified the heat of th day Now they blame it on the humidity. The National Geographic re searcher report that the dog day mugginesa stems from the fact that 16 million tons of water are being drawn into the earths atmosphere every second. Every pond, stream, river and ocean contribute to discomfort. Surveys show, the national geographic reports, that sickness, death and crime Increase in humid weather. The dog day bring increased occurrence of heart and respiratory diseases as well as ulcers. For what comparative comfort it offers, the society offers this fart: the mercury in the little North African town of El Azizl soared to 136.4 degrees on one 1922 summer day the highest temperature ever recorded. As further bit of light Information, tha National Geo graphic people report that the dog dayi gave rise to a new word in the English language Posh." They relate that before the advent of air conditioning, ihlp passengers sailing through the Suez Canal and Red Sea found their only relief from a westerly breeze. To obtain it. they would bribe ticket agent for cabin on the mrt side going out and the starboard on return. In return, their tickets were stamped with the abbreviation of "port out, starboard home." It all boiled down to "posh." As a last desperate comment, the National Geographic recalls this advice from the ancient Greek poet, Hesiod: "When Sirius parches head and knees, and the body Is dried up by reason of the heat, then sit in the shade nd drink. 1 THIiJK m'4 LIKE me-- IVe seem promote To FRIPAV NlWflS Nutley Youngster Helps Newark Museum Planetarium-Observatory is sponsoring this summer. Those selected were Joseph Bergstein, Hillside Avenue: John H. Fikus, Carteret Place; Thomas Heldt, Holmes Street; Jeffrey Iuspa, Hickory Road; Joseph McCabe, Kingland Street; Anthony P. Pitucco, Adams Court; John Reilly, Franklin Avenue; Raphael Sonenshein, Edgewood Avenue, and Marguerite Stuhler of Ilford Avenue. A total of 105 science students are taking part in two monthlong tuition-free space science programs. It is the third consecutive summer the Newark Museum, in co-operation with the American Astronautical Society, is presenting the courses. NUTLEY A young collector who does not seem to be too discriminating Wednesday picked bad item to add to his holdings. Health Officer Joseph Day had placed in his car a branch holding a hornets nest he had just treated and was talking to the property owner. Somehow the nest disappeared. Fearing the chemical he had used would be harmful. Day and police began combing the neighborhood. On the next block Day found a 6-year-old boy who admitted he had taken the nest. It seems the boy has a nature collection. He already had toads and snakes and wanted to expand. Fafstrom,,Du Mont Ditcloso New Products Falstmm Co., Passaic, today announced a new air cooled "Controlled Angle" torch for tungsten inert gas arc welding to complement the line of water, cooled torches unveiled by Fal strom last year. The torch is said by Falstrom to be extremely light in weight, compact and maneuverable, and to be easily and' quickly adjustable Jo any angle permitting welding of re cessed areas and difficult ti reach corners . . . Allen B. Du Mont Laboratories, Clifton, have perfected an oscilloscope monitor system permitting the display of laboratory precision phenomena on a 17-inch screen,, for viewing at a distance by large audiences, The heart of the system is standard five-inch oscilloscope. The large jereen is said to be considerably clearer than commercial TV pictures, and to be bright enough to be displayed In a classroom, lecture hall, or large laboratory demonstration. One Applicant Qualifies For Nutley Appointmant Herald-News Trenton Bureau TRENTON Mildred Haight, 471 Chestnut St., Nutley, was the only qualifier for ap pointment as bookkeeping machine operator in Nutley, the State" Civil Service Department reported yesterday. The existing salary schedule will apply for the position. Record of Deeds, Mortgages Mortgage HELENA RUBINSTEIN "BEAUTY Ilf PAIRS" Revenue stamp ara affuad t dndi at ths rate of SS cent for each 400 or fraction Utareof of U tale prka.J Deeds ARCHITECT'S SKETCHBOOK PLANS AND IDEAS Build Your Own Music Center poison m A, relieve itching stop further spread I NOW yee me arvwaltT mrtSn (k etam wMk xncMki mew Zorns. ata dwiAnllv. m m mere ervw we" toawe caa. So ft. eruemr Zmh pimrrIM Ore to nxrtw MmOif imuCKM. md aant-ral hMintf. MS at rne Kent. ZOTOX fay Saaeafiatf Cum 2 Put On Probation For Morals Offenses PATERSON Two men Who hid pleaded guilty to unrelated morals offenses were put on probation yesterday. Woodrow J. Jeffrey, 18, of 199 Harrison St., Paterston, was put on probation for five years by Passaic County Judge Salvatore D. Viviano. Jeffrey had pleaded to a charge involving a 15-year-old girl in Paterson In May. Andrew Dinkins Jr., 29, of 366 Hamilton Ave., Paterson, was fined $150 and put on probation for two years on condition that he undergo psychiatric treatment by Judge Stanley P. Po-lack. Dinkins had pleaded to an offense with a 13-year-old girl In Paterson in March. "TIi a Nin Day" Topic At Canter Tomorrow CLIFTON Dr. Eugene Mark ovitz will discuss the topic, "The Nine Days," at the 9 a m. service tomorrow at the Clifton Jewish Center. Services also will be held at the center at R oclock tonight and tomorrow night An 8 30 m. Sunday service also wall be held. . By URSULA M. S. DADRAS Sooner or later, with the timing depending oa how quickly yoa begin expanding your record library, every lover of hi-fi music runs Into the problem of record storage. The music center which Is today's Sketchbook project solves that problem by putting the record storage spaoe right In the music center where It belongs. The six compartments of the storage shelf could handle more than 100 records. Dividers make It possible to group the records by artist or type of musk, making it easy to find the record you want while storing the discs upright In the proper position for long life. Sliding doors am used In front of the record section. The hinged door to the right covers the tarn-table compartment. Amplifier' and tuner go on n shallow shelf under the records. The unit rests on a broad modern base. Sound systems are placed In one or two separate speaker cabinets. Over-all dimensions of the main unit are 68 34 wide by 19 34 deep. Speaker cabinets are 19 12 wide by 16 deep. Total height of both music center and speaker cabinets is 35. The Sketchbook plan tells yon exactly what yon wlH need from your lumber dealer to build one or all three of the units and explains in easy-to-follow steps exactly how to proceed With construction. - -OTHER PROJECTS Otker SO-ctnl flans, wkicA map it vrdrrti tn the same mamuras this one, btchidt: Modern Secretary: S-61 Bedroom Vankyr S-55 Modern Bookcase and Coffee Table: S-45 Child s Desk: S 24 Free-winding room dlTidcn w 30 INCHES OF RECORD STORAGE: Thtrt't plenty of room for rocords. 1st this music confer, dosignad so any handy music lovor can build It himself. Turniablo goo behind hinged door at right, amplifier and tuner on thw shallow ihalf below focordt. Two soparafe cabinets ore provided for speakers. A single plan tolls you how to build alt To order Music Centor Plan S-71,?ill in tho blank below, cut out this coupon and mall with 50 conls to SKETCHBOOK, In cart of The Herald-New 911 Main Are., Posse le. NAME - ADD9ESS CITY AND STATE. OTHER FLAKS Y09 CAR ORDER ,(S-71) An. 1 1. H. J. Otrlaeh Co, to California Cnntempnrarlaa. Inc, Rlnfwood, I. aid of Mohawk Trail. I3S ft. from Cupamaw Art., , lrrssular tract. tamp J8S. 3. Leonard. Harrv to Herbert Tunic. ux, North Haledon, N. line of Leonard Bt. 42S ft. from Squaw Brook Rd. 13Sa7l ft. Stamp (13 10. 9. Mazrarlal, Vito, ux to Astee TII Bupplr Ine.. Clifton.' ooroer of W. line of Lexington Are. end N. aid of Bersen Are., 100x111 ft. Stamp 83 SO. 4. Xmellne Estate to Trella h Trail, el, Clifton. N. eld of Wil-man Are. StSq ft. W. from Hazel 8t. 100x110 ft- and tract, 4011 ft. Stamp 144. 8. T. tt B. Construction Co. to Chart J. Flaherty, ux. Pompton Lane. Lot I In Blk. 9S01 on Map of P. A B. Con. Co. Sump SIS 16 5. Home Land 6t Dev. Co. to Richard Conry, ux. Bloomlntdat. Lot IS In Blk. 35AC on Map of Olen-wild Helahte. Stamp 33 45. 7. Curth, Albert O.. ux to Oeore Breuer, ux, Wayne 8. line of a proposed 40 ft. street 300 ft. X. from Black Oak Rid Rd., Irretular tract. Stamp 17 40. 8. A and MD. Ine. to Robert 3. O'Hara, ux. West Milford. N. I line of H!h Crest Dr. 600 ft. from N. Una of Macopln Terrace, Irregular tract. Stamp $33 65. 0. Dykitra. Richard, ux to Boutin Authority of Paterson, Pater-eon, corner of S. line of Bleeker St. A W. line of X. 5th, St. 100x36 ft. Stamp 611. 10. Sttglln, Alice M, al to John Kokonky, ux. Wayne. S. line of North Road SIS ft. from prlrat Lake Road, Irregular tract. Stamp uses. 11. Perry, Huyler C., ux to Ralph MeClellan, ux. Wantque. Lou 10- in Blk. H on Map of Haskell Realty Corp. Stamp 16 50. 13 Nnrd, Hans H . ux to George Werner, ux. Little Falla. Lot 16 on Map of Chaa. R. Hopaon. Stamp 118 70. 13. Lae. Stephen, ux to Stephen Las, Clifton, N. E. aide of Daweon Ave. 300 ft. N. W. from Alfred St. 100x50 ft. 14. Hurtx, John J ., al to Richard C. Osborne, ux, Wayne, K. line of Lola Court 347 ft. 8. from powder Horn Dr Irregular tract. Stamp 37.40. 15. Tralno, John to Itbel Tralno, at. Paterson, W. line of 1. 27th St. 137 4 rt. N. from 11th Ave. 100X 3714 ft. Brewer. Archie H., ux to George Schauble. Paterson, K. line of E. 28th St. 200 ft. S. from Park Ave. 100x35 rt. Stamp $19.25. 17. Grasloso. Jane, el to Joseph Ruteckl. ux, Clifton, S. E. line of Valley Road at line of Wm. Hugo estate .056 scree. SUmp 823 65. 18. Gerhardt. Elfrtede, al to El-fried K, Gerhardt. al. Wanaque, 389 ft. S. I from E. eld of Townsend Rd. 3 338 acres. 19. Wendt, Otto, ux to Howard P. Ludwig, ux. Wayne. Lot 13 on. Map of Otto Wendt. Stamp 636 40. 20. California Contemporaries. Inc. to Alvaro Robert, ux. Rlngwood, X side of Cedar Rd., Irregular tract. Stamp 626 96. 21. Duffy, Ronald J. 8 . ux to Richard L. Doleckl. ux, Wanaque. Lota 23 and 24 In Blk. P on Map of Haskell Realty Corp. Stamp 814 30. 22. Kohl. Robert E ux to Gary A. Saage. ux, Clifton. N. X. line of Mac Lean Rd. 88 ft. 8. X. from Valley Rd. 114x60 rt. Stamp 81.85. 23. Catania. Anthony to Irena Catania, al, Wayne. Lot 2 In Blk. 59517 on X. side of Alp Rd. 24. Ro-Betta Enterprise. Inc. to Joseph Tateo, ux. Paterson, S. side of Van Houten St. 874 ft. X. from Summer St. 100x37 H ft. Stamp 9 35. 25. Bruaa, Max, ux to Frederick M. Miller. Paterson, W. lln of Jackson St. 150 ft. 8. from Clay St 100x25 ft.. 2nd tract 100x25 ft. Stamp 82 20. 28. Bruaa. Max. ux to Frederick M. Miller. Paterson, ft. lln of Harrison St 250 ft. X. from Carroll St. 100x25 ft. 27. Dlckenman, John, ux to Jerry Busko, ux, Wayne. Lot 10 Blk. 479B Map of property of Wayne Assoc! atea. Stamp 624 20. 28. Shaw, George, ux to Edna X. King. al. West Paterson, N. W. cor' ner of Lot 24 Map of Garrett Park Terrace. 60x50 ft. Stamp 55 cents. 29. Kimble, George, ux to Joseph Lobosco, ux, West Milford, X. aide of Ridge Road 200 ft. S. from Wll llam St. 3 tracts of land. Stamp 12 20. 30. Ruaaak, Morris, at. to Morris Ruasak. al. Paterson, N. line of Montgomery St. 100 ft. X. from Graham Ave. 100x35 ft. 31. De Rose. Joanne, a! to William Sayde, ux, Hawthorne, X. line of Prescott Ave. 50 ft. S from North Tenth St. 111x100 ft. Stamp 620.90. 33. Post. Henrietta, al, to Frank Postma, Pateraon, W. line of Madl-aon Ave. at N. lln of Park Ave, Irregular tract S3. Tost, Henrietta, al to Prank Postma, ux, Paterson. N. lln of Flf teenth Ave. 50 ft. from X. lln of East 18th 8t Irregular tract. 84. Morrow, Francis, ux to Gertrude McFarland. Clifton. Lot 84 Map of High View Terrace. Stamp 35 85. 35. Finer. Jacob, ux to Xllaas Rol-nlk, ux. Paterson, 295-297 Seventeenth Ave. Stamp 824 20. 38. Schofield. Margaret to Henrietta Poet. Paterson, ft lln of Sixteenth Ave. 175 ft. W. from Park Ave 37. Poet. Henrietta to Brogan Co.. Pateraon. N. line of Sixteenth Ave 175 ft. W. from Park Ave. Stamp 25 SO 38. W. S. Construction Co. Inc. to Ernest Wrenn Jr., ux. Wavna. Lot 1 Blk. 595K Map of subdivision Plat Alps Village See. 8. Stamp 36 95. 9. Gelok, Edward Jr, ux to Joseph Buck. ux. Paasale, ft. X line of Lafayette Ave. IOO ft. from ft. W lln of 6th Ave. 100x50 ft. SUmp 18 70. 40. Paulleon Holding Corp to Pxullaon Co, Passaic. S. W. aide of Paullaon Ava. with 8. X. side of Bloomfield Ave.. Irregular tract. 41. Holnaakl. Prank, ux to Holy Roaarv Catholic Church of Pax-sale, Paasale, 8. lln of Wall St with K aide of Ninth St. 100x35 ft. SUmp ITOtlM TRIP 15 50. Aeg. 1 1. Tunl Herbert, ux to Harry Leonard, Sama aa Deed 1. 6.000. 2. Astee Til Supply Ine. to Vito Maaaartd, ua. Sam a Deed I, 10. 00O. S. Astee Til Supply Ine. to Vltci Uaaaarlat, ux. Sam a Deed I. 70,- 000. 4. Flaherty, Charles, ux to Bolling Sprint S. A L. An. Bam ax Deed B. 13.200. 4. Conry, Richard, ui to Alexander Hamilton 8. A L. Aaxn. Same aa Deed S. 15,300. a. Bcalslttl. Oelardo, al. to Dor la Q. Lobaens. Pateraon, 138 SlaUr St. and 229-335 Totowa Ave. 52.000. 7. Wallace, Niles, ua to Naw Jersey Bank A Trust Co, Bloomlm-dal. W, side of Piehter St. las ft.) N. from Woodward Av. 100x50 ft.' to.eoo. 0. O'Hara, Robert, ux to First Federal S. 61 L. Aasn. Sama a Deed 1. 16.000. 8. A At MD Ine. to First Federal 8. A L. Aasn , Wast Milford, Lot 66 Blk. 638 Map of property Revised See. B High Crest Lake. S14.000. 10. Korlbanlcs, Mlcheel, ux to Center S. A L. Aeen., Clifton. Lot 135 P Blk. 334 Lynn Manor. $33 000. j 11. Kokonky. John, ux to Wye- knff 8. At L. Aasn. Sam as Deed 10. 013.000. 12. McClellan. Ralph, ux to Commonwealth Land Tttla Ins. Co. Sam as Deed 11. 13.950 13. Werner, George, ux to New Jersey Bank A Trust Co, Little Palls. Lot 16, Property of Charles R. Hopson, 115,200. 14. Oetrowe, Richard, ux to New Jersey Bank A Trust Co. Sam as Deed 14. $21,500. 15. Schauble, Georg to Pint 8. A L. Asan, Paterson, X. line of X. 38th St. 300 ft. S. from Park Ava. 9.500. 16. Schauble. Georf to Dorothy R. Brewer. Paterson. X. lln of X. 26th St. 300 ft. 8. from Park Av. 4.000. - 1 17. Ftsher, Barry, ut to Branch villa ( National Bank. Pompton Lakes, 236 Stiles Court. 9 900. 1 18. Ludwig. Howard, ux to First National Bank of Paaaale Co. Sam' as Deed 19. tfl.SOO. 19. Robert, Alvaro, ux to Wayne S. L. Aten. Same aa Deed 20. (19 500. 1 20. Doleckl, Richard, ux to New, Jersey Mortgage Ac Title Co. Same at Deed 22. 111.450. 21. Miller. Frederick, ux to Max Bruaa. ux. Pateraon. 170 and 172 Jackson St. City Map. (2.250. 22. Miller, Frederick, ux to Max Bruaa, ux, Paterson, N. lln of Harrison St. 250 ft. E. from Carroll St. 100x25 ft. 2 250. 23. Alflo Realty Co. to Paoptea Trust Co. of Bergen County, Hawthorne. N. lln of Minerva Ave. 130 ft. W. from Lincoln Ave, Irregular tract, S22.500. 24. Busko, Jerry, Uk to Pompton Federal S. Ac L. Assn, Wayne. Lot 10 1 Blk. 479B Map of property of Wayne Associates. 519,700. j 25. Mitchell, George, al to N. J.1 Mortgage Ac Investment Corp . Clifton. 181 Higbvlew Drive, (2.025. 26. Stark, William, al to N. J Mortgage Ac Investment Corp., Oak Ridge, Oold Lane. (5.832.12. 27. Perez, Joae, al to N. J. Mortgage Ac Investment Corp., Pateraon, 109 Fair St. 52,443.20. 27. Sehulster, Joseph, al to ft. J. Mortgage At Investment Corp., Oak Ridge, Circle Drive, 83,123.98. 28. Meyer, Peter, al to N. J. Mortgage As Investment Corp., Clifton, 65 Windsor Road. 86.671 60. 39. Spate ro, Joseph, al to N. J. Mortgage Ac Investment Corp., Clifton. 24 Bowdon St. $2,703.12. , 30. Hunter, David, al to ft. 3. Mort gage As Investment Corp., Clifton, 86 Hackbury Place, 83,323 04. 31. Gordon, Josephine to ft. J. Mortgage Ac Investment Corp.,, Wayne, 9 Maljlm Court. 82.420.88. 32. Sayda, William, ux to Prospect Park National Bank, Hawthorns, X. I line of Prescott Av. 8. 87.50 ft. 8.1 from ti. 10th St. 111x62.50 rt. $14.-400 33. Postma, Prank, ux to Henrietta Poat, Pateraon, N. lln of Fifteenth Ave. SO ft. X. of X. 18th St, 2 tracts of land. S9.500. 34. Sailer, William, ux to Panel Blit Inc. to Irving 8. A L. Aasn.. Rlngwood. Lot 1 Blk. 16X Map of West Carletondale. $18,100. 35. Wren, Ernest O. Jr., ux, to First National Bank of Paaaale County, Wayna, Lot 1 Blk. 898 subdivision Plat Alps Village See. 6, (16.000. 36. Takoublan. Arahag A. to Naw Jersey Bank A Trust Co., Paterson, j W. line of X. 29th St. 209.8S ft. S. from Broadway. (10.000. Buy ' Fhlon Stick twelve no bonne Coverfluid both 1.50 wattoa Buy Mancara-nutlc twelve hnnai Coverfluid both . . . 2.00 Buy ' Creameence receive at bonnt Covrrfluid both . . . 2.00 rtSSK . .tWW488MRJP-g ABH a Buy Blfxlrsr Medicated Cream receive a bonus Pore Lotion both . . 1.00 Buy Coverfluid receive bonnt Skin Dew both a 1.4d mmmemMtmmmm ' Buy Nudit receive a bonnt Skin Dew both . . 1.50 Buy Deep Cleanser receive ee bonu Skin Dew both . 1.50 mmm mmemmm AOVfUTISEVENT PAIN RELIEF HUIT8 ANNOX TABLETS for the temporary relief ef minor ache end pains jm nd pain of .d'ir,Hv a4 Only el Shell's Oru; Sffsrt, Ine. 19 Bane Ave I Pgasale. N J Call PS. 9-1IJI I Free Deliver Sneexin Seaton BLOOMFIELD, N.J. P8 To help weed out the troublesome illergen-tree, weed or grass pollen, a pharmaceutical firm here (Shering Corp.) has prepared a hay fever map of the United States. w The regional hay fever map)o show that when a Hoosier sneezes in August, it probably isnt for thg same reason a Texan ineezes the same month. A chart on the back of the map ahowa major offending seasonal mani fcatatlona by months. R S. EXPRESS DUSES EVERY r jh RAC,NG V ATLANTIC CITY RACE TRACK from Paterson Clifton o Passaic Leave roadway Tsns, Petersen with tope at Main A Clifton Ave.. Clifton: Mein Avo. A Paosoi Bt, Ptseale. ifoo ltv Petorsen 1600 A. M. aturdayt MS A. M. Buy Crowning Color receive aa bonne Special Cream Peroxide both . 1.50 Buy Color Lift receive a bonus Silk-sheen Cream Shampoo both . . . 1.50 Buy Coverinse receive at bonna Silk-sheen Cream Shampoo both . 1.3o Elizabeth Ardens once-a-year SOAP SALE Hand milled ief ... Slue Greu oe Ju n Geranium fragrance) , lather swiftly, keep fragrant to tha Ustt Reg. 2.2S .band six Reg. 2,50 bath sis 1.50 2.50 lvy Rrother World f Baouty Main Fleer ylus tax $4-50 phietax CHftons I 'wtyfwtn. HUtkwry 4-7006 CMdny Cs C. , 333 CllftM Am. Ptsttatt 7-6123 Rmis Trtval Sarvkt (33 Hale Am. - ntsacatt 7-2772 - tsrrtt Coatsttlsasiy 74 Us Av Sfry5l7M fvwic srevwr avpATtB Tnnvoer LXY 1SSS ABwoad Ctola, Clift' m i ill 1 1.U.ULIJH um S i Ml d M , A. bOAf . A A f A. B-i A A- ,

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