The Herald-News from Passaic, New Jersey on October 22, 1959 · 43
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X Ptiildc-Clifton, N. J. THE HERALD-NEWS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1959 Fair Lawn Girl Gives College Assist NEW BRUNSWICK Douelats College didnt know it, but two years ago, they got the kind cf help that money cant buy if you haven't got the money along with a Fair Lawn freshman. Evelyn Leopold, daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. Alex Leopold, 17-22 Eberlin Drive, with fellow student Susan Braff and Sharin Linde nfield, of Newark, and Nancy Kasdin, of Morristown, attended a tea at the home cf Dean Mary I. Bunting to discuss conditions at the college. Gradually, it became evident that professors were kept needlessly busy with routine clerical work, correcting papers, and tutoring. , We felt, said Miss Leopold, that as students, we were more aware than anyone else of the importance of time for faculty members' for conferences with ; students and doing jobs which only they could do. A letter to the student newspaper at. Douglass brought 100 replies, and the new Student Aid to Faculty and Administration project was presented to the colleges Government Association. The association approved. The volunteers prepared biographical material for professors to refer to for specific tasks. Weve already had requests, said Miss Leopold, "for filing, typing, assisting in the setting up of laboratory equipment, library research, and running psychological tests." Tha . plan has a double advantage, from the students view. In addition to helping solve a major problem which can hinder their own education, the volunteers are gaining experience in fields which relate to their own future! Warren H. Allen, Employe Of Phone Company30Years, Dies COLLEGE AIDES Susan Braff, of Newark, left, and Evelyn Leopold, of Fair Lawn, two chief organizers of a professors-aid plan at Douglass College, help with office work to relieve educators of routine paper work. Fair Lawn Man Sues UnitecJ Engineers, Inc. HACKENSACK James Buc-ciarelli, of Fair Lawn, is suing United Engineers, Inc., for injuries he suffered on his job at the Public Service generating riant in Ridgefield, January 28, 958. He says that he was employed as an ironworker by the Marine Concrete Corporation when he was hit by a crane. He Is asking $19,000. Teaneck Couple Gets Hackensack Divorce HACKENSACK Mrs. Dora Schlick Gentiluomo, 935 River Road, Teaneck, divorced her husband, Louis, 49-year-old bartender, of the same address, at an uncontested hearing Tuesday before Judge William A. Hegarty. Married June 13, 1944, she said her husband deserted her in November 1956. They have no children. Fair Lawp Woman Sues for Injuries HACKENSACK Mrs. Aileen R. Brody, 15-08 Radburn Road, Fair Lawn, has filed suit for $25,000 against Richard Proot, for injuries suffered in an auto accident She says Proofs car hit her auto in Morlot Avenue, Fair Lawn, October 6, 1958. John M. De Mol Dies at 68; Former Clifton Councilman CLIFTON John M. De Mol,"j was chairman of the City Coun-68, of 1057 Van Houten Avenue, cil in 1930. . . died yesterday in St Marvs Mr. De Mol served as a county u , , M y committeeman in the second dis- trict of the fifth ward from 1912 to 1928. He was, for many years, 1 ' PASSAIC Warren Herbert 1 Allen, 48, of 502 Howard Avenue, an employe of the New Jersey Bell Telephone Company for more than 30 years, died this morning in Passaic General Hospital, following a long illness Born in Paterson, Mr. Allen had lived in Passaic 30 years. He started with the telephone com- ' pany as a clerk and then served as test bureau foreman, staff as- ? sistant, installation foreman and i district assignment supervisor. 5 Mr. Allen was then made a staff . supervisor in the company a s plant department in Newark, be- L fore becoming staff supervisor in the northern plant in Clifton. He was honored September 9, last year, at a luncheon observing his completion pf 80 years with the company. Mr. Allen was active with Aheka Council, Boy Scouts of America, and had served as chairman of the Scout Troop Committee, Troop 6, Passaic. He was also a member of H. G. Me-Cully Chapter. Telephone Pioneers of America. Surviving are ' his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Kendall Alien, a kindergarten teacher at Thomas Jefferson School No. 1 Passaic; one son, Richard K, a student at Princeton University; a daughter. Miss Susan Anne, at home; his parents, Herbert and Elizabeth Nolan Allen, of Tampa, Fla., and one brother, James E., of Fair Lawn. Mr. Allen was also a trustee of the First Congregational Church of Passaic. Funeral Notices ALLKN Warren H , of Soft Howard Are . Paaeale, n October S3 199. beloved husband el KUaabeth Kendal Allan. Relative and friends art Invited to Hand tha lunar I Saturday. 1 90 p m. at Tha ficarpe Colonial Homs, 124 Lexington Ave , Paaaate. Informant at East Rid fa-lawn Friend may call Thursday 1 to ft, Friday ft te ft and 1 to ft BALZtft Ewald R, of KutharferdL 5J . an October XI, 1964, lather of udolph H unaral service at Tha John T Collins Inc Funarsl Homa. It Lincoln Ava . ft ut her ford. Friday afttmoon. ft ? o clock Informant. FaatRidfeiawn Game'S tary, F AA M. aarvkaa Thursday IN pm X f 5 a. 1 LIGAl CITY OF PASAJ C MW JERSEY HOTJCf OF II ooo BONO ftALl SEALED PROPOSAL wiU b ra-oaivad by tha Board el Commit flonaro ol tha City of Paaaajc. County of Paasalc, Haw Jaraay. at tha CUy Halt, Paasatc Naw Jaraey, an Novamber 10, 1954, untU loft a clock PM at whim tlma thay will b publicly opanad and an nounrad for the purchaaa of l. 490 000 School Bnnda of ask! City. Ilia bond wiU be datad December 1. Its, and will mature (without option of prior redemption) in tha principal amount of ftmOOO on Da. tODGI NOTICE Boilinf Spring Ledga slit ISAM will con yen a tn tha Masonic Taraple Rutharford, os Thursday evening. De-to bar XX, ifSft at ft clock to pay our last tribute to our 1st Brother Ewald Balter. Masonic servicaa at tha John Collins Funeral Home. 14 Lincoln Rutherford at I 90 o clock. HARRY K MACHEJL Master Oscar Q. Telechow, Secretary. B19CARDI -On October tt. 1469. at Rt Mary a Hoapttal, PasMtc. Oimtima (Jean) fnee Marsala), of ID Ridgewood Avenue, Gie lUdft. Aa ftft camber 1 in to 194 both inclusive, f&oooo on December l In each ef tha years years ne Vgrrrn H. Allen Active In Boy Scouts eiatives and friends art invited to attend tha funarsl from tht Man-ore Memorial Home, 46 Passaic Avenue, Pas-ic. an Monday at t am and from 8t Thomas a RC Church Bloomfield 10 s m Interment Immaculate Conception Cemetery Friends may call Saturday and Sunday X-l and 7-14 p m. CftFSPO In Paaeaie on October 14th Florence, beloved daughter of Mr and Mrs Domenico Gtnrgi and devoted mother of Robert, Rita Ann, Loretta Jean, in her 10th year. Relatives and friends are invited to attend tha funeral from the John J Lebaah Funeral Home 40 Monroe Street, Passaic, on Friday at 1 90 pm. later-mnt St. Peter a Cemetery. DE MOL In Passaic. October 1 of Gi John M , beloved husband of Gertrude C (nee p Koven and loving father a t Mrs Jun Smith, of 1687 Van Houten Avenue, Clifton Aga ftl year. Relatives and friends art Invited to fund the funeral from the Quinlan runeral Home. X7-XI Harding Avenue Clifton. Saturday i pm Interment at East Ridgelawn Cemetery. Friends mav call T-10 p m. Thursday, X-l and 7-10 pjn. Friday. KHDSFS Herman J , of 107 Madison St . Wood-Ridge, on October 90 19S9, he-loved huaband of Lorraine Pfaff. father of Mrs. Lorraine Blauvett and Raymond. Funeral from Tha Shorter Funeral Home. 4X9 Broad fit . Carlstadt, on Friday at ft 80 am. High mass. Church of following a short 1 illness. He was a! former Clifton! councilman, bus? inspector and su-1 perintendent of;! weights andt measures. Born in Pater son, Mr. De Mol had lived in Clif ton 50 years. In 1922, he was , . , named the citys Ju Be Mol first bus inspector and became superintendent of weights and measures two years later. He served in those posts until 1927 when he was elected councilman for the fifth ward. Mr. De Mol standard-bearer of the Fifth J; Ward Civic Club, In 1950, Mr. De Mol again ran unsuccessfully for the city coun- i cil. - la recent years, Mr. De Mol had worked for Aircraft Engineering Products, Inc., Clifton. He was .retired. At one time he was a . foreman for the Passaic County toad department. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Gertrude C. De Koyer De Mol; one daughter, Mrs. Frederic P. (June) Smith, Jr., of Little Falls; a brother, William, of Clifton, and a sister, Mrs.' Bernard (Nellie) Vender Snow, of Clif' ton. Frank T. Varada WANAQUE A funeral service will be held Saturday for Frank T. Varada, 75, of Ring-wood Avenue, Upper Midvale, who died yesterday 1 St. Josephs Hospital, Paterson, after a long illness. A professional musician, he was a member of the New York Seventh Regiment Band. He was bom in Czechoslovakia and had lived in Midvale many years. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mary Stettin Varada; a son, Theodore, of Midvale; a daughter, Mrs. Adele Rhinesmith, of Dade City, Fla.; a sister, Mrs. Anna Fuhrman, of Midvale; three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Jesse Voriek, 82 HALEDON Jesse Varick, 82, died yesterday in his home at 51 East Barbour Street. Bom in Warwick, N.Y., he had lived in Haledon 46 years and was a retired employe of the Weight Aeronautical Division, , Wood-Ridge, jftnd W. B. Gray Company, mena wear store, Paterson. Surviving are two daughters. Mrs. Edythe Risser, of Falls Church, Va., and Mrs. Carol Meuser, of Paterson; two sons, Vivian J., of Paterson, and Lawrence, of Haledon; a sister, Mrs. Mary Snider, of Detroit; eight grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. His wife, Mrs. Lillian Smith Varick, predeceased him.' fl a This little fellow adds only one digit to the population figure of this growing nation of oun. But to his proud parents hes far and away the most important one. Hes also the meet important reason they know of for peace. Actually, peace means pretty much the same thing to all Americana. Think of your own . family. Arent they your best reasons for wanting peace? Wouldnt you do anything in you power to protect them? Fortunately, you can do Something. You can buy U.S. Savings Bonds. Buy them regularly. Because peace cost money. Money for military and industrial strength, and science. And money saved by people like you helps keep our economy sound. " You have your own reasons for peace. And every one is another reason for buying U.S. Savings Bonds. Are you buying as many as you might? ViceAdm.FrankBaldwin, Naval Fiscal Officer 1 WASHINGTON (JP) Vice Adm. Frank Baldwin, 79, who spent more than 50 year on active duty in the Navy, died yesterday in Bethesda Naval Hospital after a long illness. Bom in Pennington, N. J- he began his duty in Washington as an ensign in the pay officers school. He served In both world wars. He retired in December', 1944, but continued to serve as director of the Naval Cost Inspection Service until June, 1950, when he was relieved from active duty. However, in April 1951 he re-, turned to serve as chairman of the Navy Contract Adjustment Board and the Navy Emergency Facilities Depreciation Board. He served in that capacity until June, 1957. ' Services Tomorrow For Texas Quintuplets SAN ANTONIO, Tex. VP) Funeral rites will be held tomorrow for the Hannan quintuplets, but their mother apparently will not be able to attend. The services are to be in Taylor, Tex., hometown of the father, Air Force Lt. Charles G. Hannan. Hannans pretty wife, Cecelia, remained In the hospital where the babies were born. All died within 18 hours. Joseph Zifa LYNDHURST Joseph Zita, 51, of 244 Clinton Terrace, died in St Marys Hospital, Passaic, last night He was taken ill on Monday. Mr. Zita was bom in Rutherford and had resided here the past 30 years. He was a maintenance man for the Grand Union Company, where he had been employed the past 14 years. He wa$ a parishioner of Sacred Heart R. C. Church, Lyndhurst Surviving are his wife, the former Frances Benedetto; two sons, George, of Kearny, and Michael, of Lyndhurst; one daughter, Mrs. -James (Anna Mae) Wright of Lyndhurst; five grandsons; two brothers, Anthony, of Carlstadt and Nicholas, of East Rutherford, and one sister, MfS. Carmine (Josephine) DeFeo, of Carlstadt.' Sister Agnes Vincentia PATERSON A solemn requiem mass will be offered at Convent Station tomorrow for Sister Agnes Vincentia, 76, who died Tuesday in St. Anne Villa, Convent Station. Bom in Paterson, she entered the Sisters of Charity Order in 1901 and formerly was a teacher at St. Agnes Parochial School, Paterson. Sister Agnes Vincentia also served at Sacred Heart School, Bloomfield, St, Columbia School, Newark, St Cecelias School, Kearny, St. Josephs School, Oradell, and St. Aloysius, Newark, where she had been principal and superior. Mrs. Edward J. Talbot MAYWOOD Mrs. Florence Ernest Mulle Talbot, 50, of 476 Latham Street, died in Bergen Pines Hospital, Paramus, last night after a long illness. Bom in Jersey City, Mrs. Talbot has been a resident here nine years. She is survived by her husband, Edward J. Talbot; a son, Charles R. Mulle, of Teaneck; a daughter, Mrs. George (Joan) Williams, of Lodi; three grandchil dren, and a brother, Edward Ernest, and a sister, Mrs. Helen Motherwell, both of Jersey City. Help Strengthen 'America's Peace Power wO TV VS. Gortramt iam t ? KJ Trtuurf Dnirtmtt tiimtkg, far thar fatnoOt 4tmUim,TkaAiftrtmaiCaamtaaad Ewald R. Balzer, 92, In Rutherford 50 Years RUTHERFORD Ewald R. Balzer, 92, of 1 Garfield Place, died yesterday In Hackensack Hospital. Bom in Germany, Mr. Balzer had been in this country for 85 years, and had lived in the borough 50 years. He was formerly manager of a produce business in New York City and retired in 1937. He was a member of Rutherford Methodist Church, Boiling Springs Lodge, F&AM, Rutherford; Lebanon Chapter, Lafayette Command-ery, and a former vice-president of the New York Mercantile Exchange. Surviving are one son, Rudolph H., .of Rutherford; one grandson; five great-grandsons, and a sister, Mrs. Lena Ludin, of Charlotte, N. C. His wife, the former Elizabeth Bailey, died many years ago. Vincent Benjamin, 79, Former Church Deacon FAIR LAWN Vincent Benjamin, 79, of 8 -Albert Avenue, died in his home last night. He was a retired silk worker. Born in Southfield, N.Y., Mr. Benjamin had resided In Fair Lawn 35 years. He retired in 1947. He was a former deacon of the Columbia Heights Community Church and was a member of the Paterson Golden Age Club. His wife, Mrs. Ethel Hall Benjamin, died in 1947. Surviving are two sons, Vincent, of Hawthorne, and James, of Fair Lawn; three grandchildren; three brothers, Egbert, of Monroe, N.Y.; Fred, of Hawthorne, and Roy, of Central Valley, N.Y., and a sister, Mrs, Lena Lawrence, of Hawthorne. Services Tomorrow For Mrs. Florence Crespo PASSAIC Services will be held tomorrow afternoon for Mrs. Florence Crespo, 20, who died Monday night in her home at 1 Vreeland Avenue. Surviving are her parents, Domenico and Florence Homan Giorgi, of Passaic; three children, Robert, Jr., Rita Ann and Loretta Jean; a sister, Mrs. Rita Gentile, of Passaic, and two brothers, Edward Georgi, of Barrington, R I., and Donald Georgi, with the Army stationed in Washington, Joseph L. Rhodes PATERSON Joseph L. Rhodes, 55, of 1095 Madison Avenue, died yesterday in St. Josephs Hospital. A lifelong resident of this city, he was a retired confectionery store operator. Mr. Rhodes retired in August because of ill health. He was a member of St. Georges R.C. Church. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Julia W. Quinn Rhodes; three sons. Joseph, Jr., and Robert E., both at home, and Frederick A., with the Navy at Newport, R.I.; one brother, Edward R., of Paterson, and a sister, Mrs. Austin (Cecelia) de Groat, of Cedar Grove. . Mrs. Samuel Neinktn, 82 PATERSON Mrs. Clara Neinken, 82, who came to Pat erson from her native Russia over 60 years ago, died yesterday in the Daughters of Miriami Home, Clifton, where she had 194? to 1970, boUi inrlusivt, 8116 oo oo Dfrtmbtf 1. 1971 and 4iS0 on on Decsmtxr 1 in sack ol the yr 171 to 1979, both tnciuslvs with inters payable Jtms 1 and D esmbsr 1 in each year, Tha bonds will b Inued In bosrsr tom with coupon and will bs of tha denomination ol II 900 rh, and Will ba raftflsr bla as to principal only r a ta both principal and in tars raron-J la at Th n bonds . ... . -It of PftiMfc and Clifton, In tha Clip vartib inta ooui tha Assumption, 10 a m Interment. Holy Cross Cemetery, North Arlington Friends, may call and 1-10 p m. FLOWER Suddenly, October 10, Herbert J. ol 1X44 Main Ava, Clifton, beloved huaband of Elsa Hofvtsdt Flower, end devoted lather elf Edwin A. Flower end Mrs Joseph (Elsa I Daviea The funeral will be held on Fridav at ') a m. from The Mason Xs Porter unaral Home, 474 Clifton Ava . at Third St , Clifton. Interment Cedar Lawn rienda may viait at the funeral homa Thursday 28, 7-10 p m. LODGE NOTICE An Emergent Communication of Passaic Lodge 67, F AA M will be held at the Masonic Temple, Passaic, N. J . on Thursday evening . Oct. Xlnd, 146ft at 1 90 o clock for the purpose of paying Our last respects to Brother Herbert J Flower. Service at Mason 6c Porter Funeral Home, Clifton Ava . Clifton, at p m' JOSKPH r KAURIS, HI. Worshipful Master HUMPHREY William F. X. age ft, of XU Willow Ave , Lyndhurst. suddenly n October 1ft. 1999, huaband of Mar- Xaret C. (nee Ford), son of Mrs Mollv mrein, stepbrother of Mrs Gertrude Pchnalder, Mrs Edna Mat Pharo, and Mrs Dorothy Blaut Relatives and friends also GuMettl Rogaltkt-Wase Post 3649 and Barringer-Walker Post 139. are invited to attend th funeral from Steever Funeral Home 2S3 Btuvvesant Ave , Lyndhurst. an Fri day. October 13 at 9 a m Thence to Sacred Heart Church. Ridge Road. Lvnd hurst, where a eolemn high mast of requiem will be offered at 16 a.m Interment. St Raymond a Cemetery, Bronx N Y The family will receive their friends from X to I and I to 10 pin Wednesday and Thursday. MATASSA Of IX Lincoln PI . Garfield on October 19. 1499, Michael. beloved husband ol tha lata Antoinette, in his 54th year. Relatives and friend ara Invited to attend the funeral from The Alois Fu neral Homa. 180 Harrison Ava , Garfield on Friday at ft SO am. and from Mt Virgin R C. Church at ft 94 a m Interment. Calvary Cemetery. Paterson Frlendft may call 1 to 19 p m ODONNELL In Pequannock, October 20, 1959, Mary Veronica, of 106 Blvd , daughter of the late Patrick and Anna Glvans O'Donnell. Relative and friande are Invited to the funeral from th heme on Saturday October 94. ft 36 a m High requiem mass Hotv Spirit R. C Church 19 a m Interment Holy Cross Cemetery, North Arlington. PASTOR Andrew A, fir, on October 10. 105ft, of 14 Hackensack fit , East Rutherford, husband of the late Anita L Pastor, in hla 14th yasr Services at The Vander Plaat Memorial Home, S 113 Farviaw Ava., Paramus. on Fridav, 10 a m Interment. Lodi Cemetery The family will receivs their friends on Thursday 9-lft pm. RHODF8 Tn Paterson, Ortober IT. Hrtft Joeaph L., beloved huaband ef Julia W. (nse Quinn), loving father of Joseph. Jr., Robert . and Frederick A . of 1 04ft Madison Avenue, Paterson. Age 85 years Relative and friends are Invited to attend the funeral from th Quinlan Funeral Home, 17-14 Harding Avenue. Clifton. Saturday ' 90 am and at fit Interment Friend may call 7-id pm. Thursday, X-l and 1-19 pm. Friday. TALBOT Florence of 47ft Latham Bt , Maywood, on October 21. 1959. age 80 years. Beloved wife of Edward J . mother of Mr. George William and Chaiie 11 Mulle Strvicee at The Shorter Funeral Home. 418 Broad Street, Carlstadt. on Saturday at 1 90 pm. Interment George Washington Memorial Park Friend may call Thursday 7-10 pm. Friday l-l and 1-10 pm, ETTA Of Lyndhurst. euddenly nn October 21, 1$39, Joseph, beloved huaband of France (nee Benedrtto). dear father of George. Michael. Anna Mse Wright, and brother of Anthony, Nicholas and Josephine De Feo. Funeral from The Thoms J . wjlh Funeral Home. 41 Ame Ave , Futher ford, on Saturday at 1 18 a m Thence ta Bacred Heart Church. tAmdhurvt. where solemn requiem mass will be offered at t am Interment at St. Joseph Cemetery, Lyndhurst Friend mav call X-l and 7-16 p m. Thursday and Friday IH be Bank ... thi of Passaic, New Jersey Eh proposal must specify in a multiple or i ft or I K) of l a single rate of interest not acceding per annum which tha bonds art to bear, and no proposal will ba considered which enectfiae a rate higher than the lowest rate stated in any legally acceptable proposal Fach proposal must state the amount bid for the bond which ehall be not leas than 11,960 000 nor more than ftl 491 non As between legallv acceptable prop la specifying the same rate of Interest, the bond will be sold to the bidder complying with tha terms ol sal and offering to accept for tb amount bid fha least amount of bond the bond to be accepted being those first maturing, and if two or more bidders offer to accept the same least amount then to th bidder offering to pav therefor tha highest price. The purchaser must also pay an amount equal to the interest on th bonds accrued to the date ol payment f the purchase price The risht ia reserved to-re) act el) bids and any bid not complying with the term eft thJs notice WUJ be rejected AM bidder are required to deposit a certified or cashier's check pBvabi to tha order of the City of Parnate, New Jersey, for 139 800. drawn upon an Incorporated bank or trust company. Tb check of the successful bidder will ba retained to be applied In part payment for the bonds or tn secure the City from any loss resulting from the failure ef the bidder to comply with the terms of hie bid The successful bidder may t hi option refuse to accept tha bond If prior to their delivery any tn-coma tax lew of th United State of America shall provide that th interest on such bonds ta taxable, or shall be txab1 at future date, for federal Income tax purposes. Place Your Want Adi, "- At Regular Rate I if Albion ri.Ai.It Aaron Phjov macy, IM V allay hood ALL MOOD - Ic C-TOUMt M M.rket St ATULNtA Ernie' Conlectioa ery Ml Van HuuKo Av. Btn LFR Bullet Nwa Co LM Main Strut , CARLkT AD 1 Kon)C tKrUV - ' 311 H.rkenuck Strut . - , OELAWANNA ButurD.n Mar. 1 ket, 261 D,l.w,nns - j ' CAST r ATfcRSON Caul! Bro. 240 McrkM At ; CAST RLTHkKFURO t Sllv2w.. m.n, 123 Park, ' Park Vic- Stationery E ih Park ; CARMkLl - CJoMy w Shoppy. W Panne Strut . ; HAnHRoLCR BtlOltl - r' Brown.ton, Swaat ShotWRi ZOO Terrtc, Avcnu, . , LAK. VILA Harry Ptiarm.ry, p' 256 Tranton Avanu coy. Crook, Avenu, "r-.rfW LODI Warn Luncb-on,tt, -II., Main St LTNDHLKitT - Pvoplu PhW 'iS. mcy, 386 Ridge Road, Sbrr. man Confectionery. J&t Stuyvuent Avenu, MAV WOOD - Kreg.teln2. Ut d Maywood Avanu, loppout,-, 3 Station) NVTLLV - Lout, r inlet. IUT 4 Wuhingtos Ava. loot Nut-ley Av,.) ' PAsSAlc Lincoln Drug Co. 174 Puulo St ; Joe, Com Center, 373 Monro- SL. Pu- MtO PAtkAlC CENTER -Ron, Tuval Service. 633 Main Av. PASSAIC PARK Arden Co-. fectionery. 61 Main Av PATERSON Lou Confection. ery. 378 Mam 6L rOMPTON LAKES PomptufN Stationery. U6 W a o a g Avenue t. lived the past six years. Mrs. Neinken was a member of Temple Emanuel and the Barnert Memorial Hospital Association. The widow of Samuel Neinken, former clothing store owner and PATERSON John J. Bums, 76, died yesterday in his homo, 416 Pacific Street Born . in Brooklyn, he had lived in Paterson 40 years and was custodian with the First National Bank of founder of the D.ughter. of that, Mr. Bums had been with the American Railway Express Agency for 22 years. He was a member of St. Georges R.C. Church and the Holy Name Society of that church. Surviving are one son, John B.t and a daughter, Mrs. Russell (Edith) Ratzer, both of Paterson, and wife, pre- HERALD-NEWS, Passdic-Clifton, N. J.. You roly on her for that particular under-standing aad perception which helpc mold the characters and Bunds of your most treasured poasesaona Count on u$,foo for that professional perception and understanding 1 which will help you at a challenging time. Love, devotion and dedication all serve to provide sympathetic asst stance at your tune of need. r . QUINLAII FUNERAL HOME 27-29 Herding Ave. Clifton FR. 7-3002 Miriam Home, she is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Harry L. (Evelyn) Schneider, wife of a Paterson lawyer, and one granddaughter. Mrs. Frank Biscardi GLEN RIDGE Mrs. Girolama (Jean) Marsala Biscardi, $6, of 585 Ridgewood Avenue, died this morning in St. Marys Hospital, Passaic, after a short illness. Bom in Italy, she came to this country in 1922 and had lived in Brooklyn 10 years and then In Passaic 23 years before coming to Glen Ridge three years ago. Mrs. Biscardi was a member of St. Thomas R. C. Church, Bloomfield. Surviving are her husband, Frank; one son, Salvatore, in Italy; a brother, Salvatore Marsala, and three sisters, Vincenza, Mary and Lena, all in Italy, and two grandchildren. Mrs. James Hennessey PATERSON Mrs. Elizabeth Barrett Grieder Hennessey, 235 Arlington Avenue, died Tuesday. A native of this city, she was a parishioner of St. Johns Ca thedral. The widow of James Hennessey, she is survived by one sister, Mrs. Loretta McCabe, of Paterson; two brothers, William Barrett, of Irvington, and Leo Barrett, of Paterson, and two grandchildren. A son, Leo Grieder, predeceased her. . ' 1 1 1 4 IJ a ibiHiU XVLZCr UVLil ujl i BWIOVM, one granddaughter. His Mrs. Mary Bracken Burns,' deceased him.' George Koxawy PATERSON George Kazawy, 68, of 113 Marshall Street, died yesterday in St. Josephs Hospital. Born in Syria, he was a retired silk weaver. Surviving is his wife, Mrs. Josephine Je-hamy Kazawy, (Other obttuortes and death notices appear an Pago Z) LEGAL NOTICE . , , 0ele4 vropl will be jeeelve4 fey the Townehip Committee e the Town, hip ol Littlo rails, Passaie County. New Jersey, at a meeuns to be held In the Municipal Build-lne at 6 30 f M, Prtvailm Time. Nov amber 2. 1S, tor the construction ol sew era in Highland Ava., Paterson Ave . Viewmont Tar race, Brookhlll Place ond Fourth Ave. Proposals are to fee accompanied by a certified check payable to the Township of Little Falla for at least ten percent ef tht amount bid. and also a certificate er atatement of a surety company, authorized to do bualneaa tn New Jeiyey, that it will furnish the contractor submitting the proposal a construction bond aa required fey the specifications if tha contract ia awarded ta fcim Plant, specification, proposal and information for biddm prepared by John I. SUuvelt. Township Engineer, may be obtained at ft t Main Street, LHtle Fall. New Jersey upon payment of cost el preparation and ia not returnable Tli Township Committee reserve th right to reject any or all bid if it Is dmed in the Interest ol the Townhi to do o . TOWNSHIP OF LITTLE FALLS. SUB STFWART, Township Cleric. Ft. Fee, fiftftft Oct 23-lt End in such ease th depent made v him will be returned and be will he rUvd 1 his contractual posed be obi work are on . Index Announcement Business Directory Employment Boarding Instruction Business Opportu&lu Mdse For Sal Financial Beal Estate Automotive and may obtained upon application to th Director. Division of Purchase and Property. State Houae. Tranton 85 New Jersey, on deposit ol twenty-five dollar (838 00) lor each set. this amount to be refunded to th bidder upon return ol such documents in food condition within 86 dava after th award ol tha con- t -rait DIVISION OF PURCHASE AND PBOPERTY - CHARLES r- 6&AcW PU. Tm. 622 26 Oct. 12,22-22 Tile, notice th Tl .ppllcHon hap been mod. to Jto.rd of Commia. gion.n, of City of Punuir, to trn-fr to Club Louna, ( corporation) trading aa Club Lounga. for pram-iaca located at 22 Garden Street, Pasaalc, N. J. th Platwry Retail Consumption Llcona No. C-M, harttofora laauod to Milton J. Paah-man. Receiver, tha Lounge, Inc , Bankrupt, tor the premises located t 21 Garden Strt, Paasalc, N J. Roily Beskin, to Marilyn Place, Clifton, Naw Jersey. Emma Beskin, to Marilyn Place, Clifton, New Jersey. Charles O Smith. 72 RM Avenue Pasaalc. New Jersey Objections, any. should ba made Immediately in writlmf to Anthony C. Martini, City Clerk, ef Passaic. N, J , club Lounge jno Frelinehuyaen Avenue, Newark, Naw Jersey Ptg Fees, 112 TS Oct. 22,2-2t NOTICE OP BALE Please Uke netica that T will sell at public auction on November u, lw at 10 o a m. at Ul Main Avanua Avenue, Paasalc, N J . one 1224 Ford Crestline 4 Dr A4ST 106047. under default of conditional aalea contract executed by Pedro Carraaqulllo to Petrucel Ford, Inc . and duly aaaiened to Universal C I T Credit Corporation. tor breach ef condition thereof. Tuiuff UNIVERSAL C T T CREDIT CORPORATION Ptg Feta. 22 26 Oct 22-lt Want Ads LINE KATE PER DAT 24 Consecutive Days 27 cents per Hne a Consecutive Days to cents per tine Consecutive Days S2 cent per line 1 Day 42 cents par hne Non-consecution insert! oca pns-tlma rata. Minimum advertising eharge three Hnet par day Count flvo words of average length to B line 'Count Initials and numbers aa words: unusually long words aa two words. Above rates tor 6 point tight fact, upper and lower eaao. 2 point cap. 10 point and 18 point charged for apses used. Contract Advertising Katas 00 request The Herald-Newt will b responiibld for only on incorrect insertion. Want Ad Phone PRescott 7-6000 I Offlr hour tern to 30 p m, Monday through Friday: Saturday am to 4 30 p m. Tha above closing ttm ala applies to cancellation Want Ada lor publication Tut day through Saturday accepted up to I pm. of day prior to day ol publication. Want Ad for Mondava acosptrd up to 13 noon oa Saturday prior to publication 16- ftft ftO-HX 160-169 170-174 160-184 X0Q-201 120-237 90.267 370-316 Xft0-3a4 BOX REPLIES Replica to th following pumper are now await in call: , 261, 846 857. 35ft. No rapliea aio ave? 86 dava Best result ar obtained by railing1 lor them promptly. Avanuft 4 . POMPTOh PLAIN Rot Mlc lhg Confectionery, BIB Newark. Pompton Turnpike: Buns-d Delicatessen, 383 Newark--Pompton Turnpike ROCHELLE PARK Julius Goldstein. 136 Rochelle Av.- RUIHARTORD WaidmiasT dC Park Ava ; M, Coffin fit y Son, 64 park A.,, Gerald Denver, 11 Orient Way: Arch Gibbons Wat End Printery. 530 Union Ava WALLIN GTON-Jay-B iwt Shop. 61 Union Blvd. VMk! hncton, N. J 'I WEST PAIEB SON Town fiwt-n' Shoppe. 104ft McB.rid Av ? WOOD-R1DGB Morria Ztiknr TA Goldra Stationary. 1-'J Hackensack St . ; 0 obligation arising from tha ac-ccpuno of hla proposal, Proposal should ba addrtd to Mr Anthony C Martini. City Clerk. Cltv Hall. Parnate. New Jar-v and enclosed in a sealed envelope marked n tha ' ouUlda 'Propoaal for Bond Th successful bidder wilt be fumlhd. without cost, with the approving opinion of Hawkins. Delafltld A Wood to tha affect that the bond ar valid and legally binding obligations of said City, all the taxable property within which will be aubiect to tha levy of ad valorem txaa to pay said bonds and Interest thereon, without limitation ol rat or amount. ANTHONY C, MAPTINT. City Clerk. Dated October 6, 1954. Ptg Fee 825 86 Oct 99-lt PROPOSAL Notice la hereby given that staled bids will be received In th Be-caption Room of th office of th Director, Division ol Purchase and Property. 2nd floor, rear, fttet Houae, Trenton 26, New Jersey, oa October 39. 1954 at ft 06 M , and will be opened and reed immediately thereafter, for the following: GFNKRAL CONSTRUCTION PAINTING de CARPENTRY WORJC MOTOR VEHICLE fiTATION MILLVILLE. NEW JFRSEY, Bids must be 1) made on the Standard proposal form. (2) enclosed in tha special addressed envelope. (8) accompanied by either cash, or a certified check drawn to the order ol the Treasurer of the State of New Jersey, or a bid bond any ol which shall be in tha amount of 8 of tha bid, and (4) delivered at tha above place on or before the hour named as no bid will be accepted after the hour specified Bids not to submitted will be considered informal and will be rejected The Direct reserve the right to reject any and 11 bid anf to award contract in part or whole If deemed to the best interest of the State to do so. Tht auccsssfu! bidder will be re- Sulred to furnish surety bond in ia full amount of the contract, ol a company authorized to do business in the State ol New Jersey. Plans and specifications, form of bid. contract and bond for the profile LOST FOUND LOFTRIng, in Capitol Theater. tlacfc onyx diamond chip cent? award, woman a rinfi. PR. ?-92&4i FOUND Vicinity Wood-Ridge, rid- white young male cat, pmk collar, CallGEneva 8-362ft. LOST White, small wedding alburn. Vicinity Clifton. Passaic, Garfield or Walltngtoa,M Cali PR. DOST 4-month-old brown, female dog, vicinity 6S. Peter Jr Paul i Cemetery. Childrens pet. GRegpry 1-705448 Grand St . ' Garfield . PROFESSIONAL SERVICES50 lecture, apatritas. GHOST wrttini report reaearci ay, sociology rg, lecture, epeecnaa cn. history, psvchol-education. PR. X-70O4. IMPLOTMENT 140 Hlp Wanttd Fgmal - 161 in ACCT . re , bkkpr. fKKPRS , mvu.1 i ECRETARIk.8, many , BTENOS. Ruthr)ord RECEPTIONIST, typikt, B 1 NCR Op.n , ivri STATISTICAL typUl TYPIST, pronnl . fALES analyst, StatlaMeal B M k.ypunch opera. SWITCH BOARD epara. COMPTOMETER opar. CLERK-typirt, X RuthTd CLERICAL, ne iypa, 72 1 120 me f 13 Huh Open ' 7ft to lift to , 178 u ; j7 fa Ruth f 6. l Rutherford Emp. Agy. 12 Orient War WE. 6-Mil ATTRACTIVE Fashion rnlodei woman part-lima, avanln work. No InvMimtnt. Elam while laarn. ing. GEnava 2-2820. . BOOKKEEPER Eap-nence en Bur rougba Sanalmatic Machine. Standard Blr .rhery M Printing Ce. Carlton Hill, N. J. BOOKKEEPER, ganaral oUict work. Muat hava axperlanre .Apply in paraon, Mira Piaatica. 20 Xiiinoig Ava . Pateiaon. CLERICAL halpi aom typing. Marriad. Full time. Box 376, llarale-Nawa. CLERK Typlat; age 21to 14 weak to itart. Apply 790 Patafio Ava . Eait Ruthcrlord, N. J. EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER Su 11 charga through trial baiailra. mall offTca, mature woman pia far red. PRaacott 6-2462. EXPERIENCED tn general Infur. anca, ateno required, aeierp open. Cell WE. 6-2721 alter 6 30. EXPERIENCED waitreaa. part time or lull tlma Kuzikl a Luncheon-atta. 10 Market Bt., Paaa. PR. 6-8614. FEMALE ASSEMBLERS tor fluorescent lighting lixturet. Apply Robert Mfg. Co . 66 DeJ Glen Ave . Lodi. GRegory 6-2002 Garland Emp. Agency 83ft CLIFTON AYR CLIFTON GIRL For fountain; May week. Gxxl iiry. Driver llrenM. Apply Drug City, I Ent Rutherford. GIRG light homework; cere rhl Sleep m or out Good ealary; wl Box 273. Herald-Newa. GIHL'FRIDAY .1 Typing and ateno nooeer. Good at llgurea with ability laarn and develop In growing bualneaa. 6-2. Modern plant Allwood Section of Clifton, N 3. Send complete reaume to Bek 274. Hereld-Newa. . j GIRLS, full end pert time fog aelea work In our domeatie department See manager, Netlonel Family moral, 22 fieddlo Blver Drive. Garfield GIRL to mark end check work, part time in dry cleaning PUpt. Fiah Cleaner,, 43 Meadow Road. Rutherford 1 IMMEDIATE Opening, for quililUd clerk-typlau. credit Interviewer and Information clerk. Full time poeitiong. Apply at Bergen Ptjea County Hospital. Paramua, N J. Paraonnel Office. JOIN US W A FORWARD BTfR , . . AVON, world a largeit Ce-metic Co will pave the way to enable you to earn 626 In ygur apere time. Exe. opp'ty. CM1 qfl. 2-2803. axt. 63. or OL. 33603. - LAUNDRY WORKERS Full time, good pay. Apply between 4 and i, Bergen-Ovfnrd Cleanera and Laun-derera. 450 Pateraon Av., E. Buthd. MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST Registered, experienced; dsva 'og evening,; good working conditldna hackensack nosrn,AL "J Backenaeck Apply Personed NIGHT SHIFT Ehcporlenced .Mir. row and ilg tag operator, Hokra 4-6 20 p m Apply Charlet Under-garment Corp . 122 th St- Pawa- OFFICE OPPORTUNITIES i progressive Emp. Agency 166 Proapect Street OFFICE WORKERS 5 TEMPORARY , I fitenos. typjsta, clerical end ri ral office workers needed for temporary Job lasting week or lonjcr. FuU day H&h hourly ratea No fa charged. MANPOWXR, INC 4 1SS Broadway 899 Main St. PaterM Hacker-sark PAPER box, floor enced or learners. Pleasant ing ondltions, orertime. Ton How Papar Box Co . HI Mt. Prospect AveH CbiUM, (Take Atheni bus) -4- POCKFT MAKYRS, mtitenm dfr-Stitchers. Experienced on men ft tits only Jirentwood Neckwear, 701 33&d 6L. Unioa City. Unload 1701. t RECEPTIONIST and Rwttchbori Operator Monitor. Some knowledge of typing Apply Fder lm Rrnzler, 494 Main Ave. Paasaic j RECEPTIONIST j FOR CREDIT OFFICE f Knowledge of typing required. 6-day. 40-hour week. Free hotpi-taltzation plan after ft month Drij count on store purchases. Fin n efi et low cost in our employee esu APPLY EMPLOYMENT OFFICE MEYER BROTHERS PATERSON. W. J j 4 7 Experienced in fine table and bad linens for THE McCUTCHEON SHOP AT . Wechslers In Passaic APPLY H. ROSENBZRa GK. M26I

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