The Herald-News from Passaic, New Jersey on July 1, 1983 · 20
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The Herald-News from Passaic, New Jersey · 20

Passaic, New Jersey
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Friday, July 1, 1983
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C-2 The Herald-News, Fridav, July 1, 1983 Serving North Jersey Date Bow n " AX r : rf """"' c .... ::" l-- A ill ! f i .' i - r 111 jW, s ? i The YM-YWHA of North Jersey recently held a Chai Ball as part of its 70th anniversary celebration in Wayne. Upper left, enjoying conversatiqn, seated, Ted and Ida Friedman and Fay Shlick, and, standing, Henry Goldberg, all of Paterson; lower left, are Dr. Herbert Cole, president of the Y, anxJ Leon Rosenbloom, executive vice president; above, Ruth and Herman Weiss enjoy a dance. Psychic fair scheduled at Bergen Mall BERGEN MALL JULY 6-9: Shirley Ann TabatnecR of Fairfield, a native of Hackensack and graduate of Lodi . High School, will coordinate the annual Psychic Fair from July 6 to 9, at the Bergen Mall. Paramus. Tabatneck will bring together about two dozen readers with an array of parapsychological skills. Paramus. Bergen Mall is on Route 4 in The Jedi Adventure Center, highlight ing the myth and magic of the Star Wars movies. The center, an authentic traveling showcase from that distant galaxy, will open" today. All three films of Star Wars saga, including the current adventure, The Return of the Jedi, are featured in the free-standing exhibit TODAY: The mall -will be the site of Visitors will get a behind the scenes At The Malls FASHION CENTER glimpse straight from 20th Century-Fox, the studio which made the legend. There is also a wrap-around photo display in The Jedi Photo Center where Star Wars enthusiasts can have their their picture taken and literally appear to become part of the Star Wars fantasy. The Fashion Center is on Route 17, Paramus. rAronamdl Towei vnr LSLA ft ii HELP AVOID n - M ! ft f t -1 --.1 I - .,,,..I Cathy Moran, distribution supervisor of the North Jersey Blood Cener, remtficls area residents that the center will be open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday and Monday. All healthy area residents between 17 and 6&are urged to come to the center to donate blood to help keep blood supplies adequate. Written permission from parent or guardian Is required for 17 year olds. Senior squadron TETERBORO The North Jersey Senior Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol, under the command of CapT. Harry Liming of Rutherford, recently searched for the source of an emergency locator transmitter signal (ELT) which was heard in the northern New Jersey area. Liming, flying his own aircraft, assisted by Maj. Henry Urtinowski of Little Ferry, also a pilot, located the emergency signal coming from a helicopter that was parked on private property adjacent to Cranberry Lake in North West Jersey. Photo contest WEST ORANGE - The Turtle Back Zoo summer photography contest is slated for Oct. 8 to 26. Open to all amateur photographers, the contest honors the zoo's 20th birthday.' The contest is sponsored by .the Livingston Camera Mart and will be judged by the Livingston Camera Club. The contest deadline is Sept. 6 and winning photos will be exhibited at the education center of the zoo. There are six categories: Mammals, blackwhite; mammals, color; birds, blackwhite; birds, color; reptiles, blackwhite; reptiles, color. All photos rhust be on one or ignore animals aV Turtle Back Zoo. For further information, call 731-5800. Annual convention The Fourth Armored Division Association will celebrate its 37th annual convention July 21 to 24, at the Marriott Hotel, Newton, Mass. All former members of the division and its attached units are invited to attend. For more information contact Emil zewczyk; 51 Homer St., Clifton, or call at 473-5842, or Ed Rapp at (212) 454-3876. The new address for the national headquarters is Route 2, Box 418-A. Lithia. Fla. h 33547. Held convention The New Jersey Grand Lodge, Order Sons of Italy in America, held its annual convention in Atlantic City and elected a full slate 6f officers for the year ahead. The organization has also mapped plans for the role it will play as August host for the national convention. Dante Sarubbi of Cherry , Hill was reelected as presidtetit of the New Jersey Grand Lodge. Also elected were Victor E. Pangia, Waterford, first vice president; Samuel Fumosa, West Orange, second vice president; the Rev. Angelo V. Palermo, SAC, state chaplain and John P. Marocci, esquire, orator both of Pennsauken. Other officers include Angelo Caruso, Riverside, executive secretary; Carmen Nocito, Gloucester Township, recording secretary; Loretta DiMedio, Haddonfield, financial secretary; Kenneth Tomasello, Hammonton, treasurer; Joseph Crescente, Wayne, insurance director and Joseph DeMarco, Delran, FUM, director. State trustees include Phil Bordi, Haddon Heights; Joseph Bucco, Vineland; Charles Catanosa, Wildwood; Fred Crescente, Bloomingdale; Michael D'Aries, West Orange; Joseph DeAngelo, Haddon Heights; Angelo DeClemente, Collingswood ' and Jacqueline DiLuzio, Delran. Joseph Donato, Gloucester Township; Genevieve Fiumara, Brigantine; Josephine Gerace, Haddonfield; Joseph Giambrone, Pennsauken; Astor Giovianazzi, Vineland; Anthony Ianuele, Montclair; Dominic Pondaco, Asbury Park and Vincent Sarno, Medford. Congressman James Florio was among the participants in the spring convention. Dancy re-elected Dr. North Barry Dancy was reelected president of the board of trustees of theWilliam Carlos Williams Center for the Performing Arts at the annual meeting June 8. Dr. Murray Elters Jr., Charles Ahrens and Paul Wentworth were elected first, second and third vice presidents, respectively. John Dollar was named secretary and Herbert Cutter, treasurer. Also elected to the board of trustees was Bernard J. Finnegan of Saddle River, publisher of the South Bergenite. Karen Hermey and Carolyn Smallwood were co-chairmen of the reception that followed the meeting. They represented the Friends of the Williams Center. Kathryn and Richard Poole Jr. of Rutherford were named co-directors, of the Williams Center summer festival. The festival will begin today, with an evening of jazz, followed by an "American Salute" Saturday, featuring the music of George M. Cohan and George and Ira Gershwin. Time management MONTCLAIR The Women's Center at Montclair State College will sponsor a program entitled "Time Management" from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., July 7, in the Student Center fourth floor conference room. Participants will be shown ways of working more effectively by resolving the time conflicts. The program will be led by Claudette D. Feier, president of Feier Associates. The fee for the program is $25 and pre-regis-tration' is requested. For further information, call 893-5106. Parade set The Bergen-Passaic Lung Association will be participating in the Fourth of July parade in Ridgewood and encourages smokers to join in the celebration by declaring their independence from the habit. Smokers are asked to stop at the headquarters, 55 Paramus Road, Paramus, for an informal free counseling session from 8:30 a.m. to noon and from 1 'to 4:30 p.m. Mondays to Fridays. For more information about the non-smokers program, call 843-4111. Items to be included in Around Town must be submitted in writing and must include the name of the sponsoring non-profit organization or institution plus the name and ihone number of the sender. The terns must be received two weeks in advance. Mail to Around Town, The Herald-News, Box 1019, 988 Main Ave., Passaic, N.J. 07055. ' For more information, call Lowe' Davis, community news editor, at 365-3133. Chinese auctions LODI July 1: Felician Sisters Chinese auction-nickel social at 6:15 p.m. at Immaculate Conception High School cafeteria, South Main Street Donation $1.50. ConcertsRecitals BLOOMFIELD July 11: Bloomfield Federation of Music "Outdoor Summer Band Concerts" by the Bloomfield Civic Band at 8:15 p.m. on the green. Bring blanket or chair. Rain place the auditorium of The Church oil the Green. BLOOMINGDALE July 7: Bloomingdale Cornet Band concert at 8:15 p.m. in Butler Park. Bring blanket or chair. Rain dates July 14, 28 and Aug. 11. CLIFTON July 24: "History of the Big Band" at 7:30 p.m. at 199 Scoles Ave. Co-sponsored by the Passaic-Clifton YM-YWHA and New Jersey Bank. Information by calling 779-2980. DOVER July 6: Masterwork Summer Sings1 at 8 p.m. Wednesdays at the Student Center, County College of Morris, Center Grove Road. Single tickets $3.50, series tickets $35 by calling 538-1860. FAIR LAWN July 3: Symphonic Concert Band at 8:30 p.m. at Memorial Park, Berdan Avenue. MADISON July 1: Chamber music concerts by the Waterloo School of Music faculty at 8 p.m. in Lenfell Hall, The Mansion, Fair-leigh Dickinson University, Florham Park-Madison campusy RUTHERFORD July 5: American Sunset Concert Series featuring Tom Juravich's "Songs of the Labor Tradition" at 6:30 p.m. on the commons lawn at Fairleigh Dickinson University, Montross Avenue. Bring chair or blanket WAYNE July 7: YM-YWHA of North Jersey summer concert series featuring Hal Jeff-rin at 8 p.m. in the Berman Atrium of the YM-YWHA, Pike Drive. DancesParties BUTLER ivAy 1: Parents Without Partners, Lakeland Chapter No. 890 at 8:30 p.m. at the VFW Hall, 69 Carey Ave. Admission $4 for members, information by calling 838-6944 or 835-5258. CEDAR GROVE July 8: Teen splash party with live music by "Sabotage" from 8 to 11 p.m. at the Cedar Grove Community Pool. Admission $1: GARFIELD J- July 1: Parents Without Partners Chapter 00002 dance at 8:30 p.m. every Friday at the Three Saints Cultural Center, Outwater Lane. Members $5, guests $6. Guest orientation at 8 p.m. Information by calling 340-2500. LYNDHURST July 1: Knights of Columbus dance every Friday at 8 p.m. at New York Avenue and Station Square. Donation $3. Information by calling 933-3397 or 933-2083. OAKLAND -r July 2: Parents Without Partners, Ramapo Chapter 552, dance-social at 8:30 p.m. at the American Legion Hall, Oak Street. Members $5. Guest orientation at 8:15. Information by calling 797-8363 or 891-5384. WAYNE July 5: Parents Without Partners Chapter 507 social-meeting at 8:30 p.m. every Tuesday at Samara's. Members $5, guests $6. Guest orientation at 8:15 p.m. Information by calling 942-8200. Entertainment CLIFTON July 13: Clifton-Passaic Chamber of Commerce "Evening at Summerfun Theater" at Montclair State College. Tickets $10 for performance of "Special Occasions" and wine and cheese party with the cast. Reservations by calling the chamber at 478-8300. FAIR LAWN July 4: Fireworks display at 8:30 p.m. at Memorial Park: Sponsored by the Fair Lawn Holiday Celebrations Committee. Information by calling 794-5368 or 794-5370. RUTHERFORD - July 4: Rutherford July Fourth celebration: Baby parade at 9:30 a.m. at Lincoln Park; field day events from 9:30 tO 11:30 a.m., flea market from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., big wheel race at 1 p.m., pony rides from 1 to 5 p.m., "The Generations". swing band concert from 7 to 9 p.m., and fireworks display at 9 p.m., all at Memorial Park. FairsFestivals WEST MILFORD - July 5-10: St Joseph Church "Bazaar '83" from 7 to 11 p.m. July 5-8 and 6 to 11 p.m. July 9-10 at the Newfoundland Fairgrounds, Route 23 and Greenpond Road. Health CALDWELL July 12: Blood pressure screenings for senior citizens by appointment only at the First Presbyterian Church, Bloomfield and Roseland avenues. Appointments by calling ?43-4400, ext. 357. LecturesDiscussions BLOOMINGDALE July 14: "Mything Links" series of talks'on mythology and folklore at 7:30 p.m. at the Bloomingdale Public Library. Information by calling 838-0077. Recycling CEDAR GROVE - July 9: Verona-Cedar Grove Kiwanis Club and the Key Club of Memorial High School recycling center from 8 a.m. to noon at the Memorial High School parking lot, Rugby Road. CLIFTON July 9: Boy Scout Troop 22 newspaper collection from 9 a.m. to noon at the Allwood Firehouse, Brighton Road. Sales CLIFTON July 1: St Mary Protectress Ukrainian Orthodox Church pirogi and stuffed cabbage sale from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the church, 73-81 Washington Ave. Order by callLng 546-2473 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursdays and 9 a.m. to noon Fridays. Items for Date Book must include the name of the non-profit sponsor plus name and phone number of sender. Items must be received TWO WEEKS in advance. Mail to Date Book, Boi 1019, The Herald-News, Passaic, NJ, 07055. For more information call Lowe Davis, community news editor, at 365-3133. V

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