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Ave Boonton through a connection at vital installations as the air Deaths in right away and funeral 120 and 75mm recoilless rocket launchers and OR THE CONVENIENCE OUR State both as measured in terns was for a pro basketball game guns CUSTOMERS 2 SHOP RITES IN BAYONNE NOW OPEN TOWARDS THE PURCHASE I In Memorlam 20 Memorial Glfta lorist A I SHOP RITE SHOP RITE of BAYONNE Mourning Drouet 436 B'WAY Bet 19th 21st Sts Try a Times Want Ad 654 AVE Cor 29th ST the officers andtrusteesbefore I rY a a decision is reached I Phono 9 420Q COUPON SAVINGS COUPON SAVINGS A not new If your relatives feel you the expected of mourners I WHEN YOU DRIVE DRIVE CAREULLY! COUPON LIMIT: ONE PER AMILY Coupon Good Only Sunday eb 28th Coupon redeemed only on purchase of Item listed Resident Is Arrested As Disorderly Person Dennis Dugan 30 of 210 Broadway was arrested as a disorderly person at 10:30 pm yesterday when he allegedly was i loud arid abusive and created 8 disturbance in a diner at Sth Street and BtoadW zx James and Ed ward Mikulski made the arrest at the request of the restaurant management Dugan appeared to be under the influence of alcohol the police report said Paper Ballots Due or PBA Elections Paper ballots 'may replace voting machines if Bayonne Local 7 of the1 Benevolent Association holds its election of officers in June as scheduled William MacPhail Hudson County Superintendent of Elec tions notified the PBA in a letter that because of the June 1 primary election and several May and June municipal elec tions in Hudson County the PBA could not be provided withrating The letter suggested that the PBA schedule the election in March or April if machines are to be obtained'ffom thecounty James Carroll PBA presi dent said that the problem will be discussed at a meeting of Mrs John Onuschak Mrs John Onuschak of 69 53rd St died Thursday at her home after a brief illness She was bom in Austria 73 years ago and was a Bayonne resident for 55 years The widow of John she is the farmer Anna Doshna She is survived by six daughters Mrs Marian Moroch Mrs Sandra Stanlew and Mrs Helen Ca trone all of Bayonne Mrs Anne Uotlnen of West Orange Mrs Martha Rocca of Colonia and Mrs Agnes Silbermann of Plainfield a sister Mrs John Sokol of Bayonne and 11 grand children Parastas services will be held at the Gpprge Koch uneral Avenufe' tonight and Sunday night at 7:30 The funeral will be from the funeral home at 8 Monday morn ing for a requiem mass in Sts Peter and Paul Russian Ortho dox Greek Catholic Church at 9:30 Burial will be in Bay View Cemetery Jersey City VANDALS STRIKE Vandals at 11 pm yesterday used an' empty bottle to smash the plate glass window" of the 2 Bergen Point Pharmaa' 4th St "store was secured by the owner John Gattuso of 35 Edwards Ct THIS COUPON WORTH others confiscated the Bayonne Man Jailed or airview Robbery William Wright 32 of 15 Lexington Ave yesterday was sentenced to a three to five year term in state prison for his part in a Jan 25 1964 holdup of a airview dairy The armed robbery netted Wright and 'two accomplices $1400 Sentence was imposed in Hackensack by Bergen County Judge Arthur Seats Available Resident Is Accused rZ buc niu Of Nudity Disorder IVI DflJ riUy A 31 year old Bayonne Two troop Nam which stantly since numbers 23500 Its expansion may be necessary for two main reasons McNamara cited training of expanded Vietnamese forces Another is the guarding of such Although the Bayonne High School auditorium was filled to capacity riday morning for the premiere of My there will be plenty of seatsavailable tonlghtand to morrow Drama Clubofficials said the general public is Invited to the performances tonight at 8:15 and Sunday matinee at 2:30 The show an annual 'is a three act musical comedy by ay direct ed Miss Ethel Students accounted for the sellout yesterday The remain ing two performances are aimed at the alumni and adult trade fields from which jet strikes against Red guerrilla forces now are being launched Some military officials have been advocating that Americans take over command of forces guarding key facilities now a Vietnamese responsibility and that the guard be expanded Their urgings followed the guerrilla mortar and small arms raids on the Bien Hoa airfield where B57 bombers are based and on Pleiku and Qui Nhon where 32 Americans were killed and more than wounded Bayonne is unique in having its own representative to the Miss New Jersey pageant in preliminary step bo the Miss America pageant in Atlantic City said Eugene Gal lagher Gallagher Is the chairman of the annual Miss Bayonne pa geant sponsored by the Bay onne Junior Chamber of Com fficreerlirprevicnu yars Bay onne has been represented by June Cody 1957 Peggy Barnes 1958 Maureen Maher 1959 Carolyn Wyres 1960 Mary Wil son 1961 Peggy Hassett 1962 Peggy Hassett 1962 Nellie Cruz 1963 Miss Bayonne of 1964 is Mary Ann Squitieri In an interview the pageant winners and participants stated that the pageant was a high point in their lives and some thing to be remembered al ways Every winner felt she could never become Miss Bayonne a thought common1 to most pa geant entrants seemingly universal Said Chairman Gal lagher: heart girls of Bayonne That first feeling of no con fl dence is friends or have the qualifications get i your entry are all aware of the pageant but we should not take it for granted In choosing a Miss Bayonne we may be choos ing a Miss several years ago The Coli seum used much anymore There at the other end of the 11 rdntAnrrrt nnl CUuScULU WM uxv uiauiviiii auu to the rear of the platform was I the podium The Negro guards surrounded it The women in white banked the platform to the rear and sides To the rear of the platform was a picture of Elijah Mu hammad and beneath it was a sign asking for support for Mu three year program Enthusiastic Crowd arose to speak and the crowd called out They applauded they stood they shouted almost ceaselessly Then Elijah Muhammad arose arid the crowd burst into shouts or two hours he spoke and for two hours they kept shout ing Often his voice cracked Of ten he coughed But tlse audi ence grasped for every word I had difficulty understanding his voice through the loudspeak er which boomed In the noisy auditorium Once I turned and asked a Muslim guard what Muhammad had said His hands beat together fur iously But be said not a word SOLOSKY Stanley 393 Leon Ave Perth Amboy NJ on ebruary 26 1965 Beloved husband of the late Helen (nee Servllla) Dear father of Edward and rank Devoted brother ofMfs'Anna Walchffk 'Mrs? Victoria Smbyak Stephen William and Joseph Solosky Also survived by five grand children uneral services Monday morning 8:30 THE ZYLKA NERAL HOME 513 State St Perth Amboy9 o'clock St Stephen's Churcn Interment Barberton Ohio Visiting hours 2 5 and 7 10 pm 9 AM to 6 PM GOOD ONLY! Mrs 0 KosakowskI Mrs Mary KosakowskI of 43 32nd St owner of the Casa Bianca tavcrn died riday at Bayonne Hospital 'after a long illness She was the widow of Chester Kasokowski standard bearer of the KosakowskI As sociation Mrs KosakowskI the former Mary Gorczyca was bom in Poland and had been a Bayonne resident for 55 years Surviving 'are two sons Bruno a member and a former secretary of the Zoning Board and Edmund two nephews and four nieces Henry rank and Miss Jean Drogon Mrs Domi nick Spozdzial Mrs Victor Pet lick and Mrs Jeanette Drogon all of Bayonne a sister Mrs Lola Pluczynski in Poland and four grandchildren The funeral will be held Tues day from the 32nd Street ad dress A requiem mass will be offered at 9 am at Mount Car mel Church Interment will fol i at Cross Cemetery North Arlington Arrangements are by the I Stanley ryczynski and Son uneral Home 32 34 22nd St SUNDAYS CLIP THESE COUPONS and SAVE 40c TOMORROW SUNDAY EBRUARY 28th COON Anna (net lnen) on Thurs day ebruary 25 1965 Late resi dence 190 Orient Street Wife of Roy Coon Devoted mother of Mrs Maryann Harakson Mrs Rita Bruce Mrs Rena Cohen Mrs Doris Col lins John and James Loving sister of John lnen Abo survived by 15 grandchildren uneral' from the WILLIAM KOHOOT UNERAL HOME 86 West 14th Street on Mon day March 1st Solemn requiem mass at St Andrew's RC Church at 9 a Interment Holy Name Cemetery riends may caU evening after 7 Sundays 2 5 and 7 10 pm U5 to Bolster (Continued) Nam every possible to increase its armed forces by about 100000 men This would increase military manpower including regional and village militia na tional police and other elements to close to 700000 men Its reg ular land sea and air forces now total more than 240000 Reasons strength in Viet has grown con early 1064 now man was taken to the Lyons Veter ans Administration Hospital last night after he allegedly ran nude through the streets and tossed furniture and house hold articles from a second floor window in his home At 11:05 pm Potls George Oshurt and Richard Quinn were dispatched to 37th Street and Avenue to investigate a tele phone 'complaint that the 'man was seen in the neighborhood As the officersjirriyed they saw furniture being tKrowri from a window at 94 37th St The entered the home and found Richard Cizon tossing items out the window He" was nude According to the police re port Cizon is a former patient at Lyons where major policy changes could 1 reduce Hudson County costs by ve ry substantial Murphy thanked the ree I holders fop launching a salary survey and asked that his em association be consulted on any matters related to civil service laws Knowledge of statutes could save trouble and money for sides Murphy said Lewis said the CSA had been consulted in the past and ha would continue this policy Pagliocoo protested a 110000 cut in grave markers but was as sured that nd veteran or their faffiilierwotlld cause it was learned that re quests for markers had been put in over and above the need In other business the ree holders authorized until June continuation of an agreement with the New Jersey Markets Commission on support of $800 000 in bonds John Lucas John Lucas a retired Bayonne fireman died at Bayonne Hos pital lastnighLafter abriefill ness He resided at 36 28th St Mr Lucas was born in Bay onne 73 years ago and was edu cated in local schools He re tired from the Bayonne ire De partment 1953 after 30 years of service He was a member of ire Mutual Benevolent Asso ciation and the Kijights of Co lumbus Council 371 Survivors include his the former Anna Hricko a son Edward Lukac of Bayonne a daughter Mrs Doris Carlesimo of Newfoundland) two sisters Mrs James McNamara and Mrs John Mahon 4otii of Bayotine a brother Joseph of Cranford and two grandchildren There will be a recitation of the rosary at the George Koch Iuneral Home 691 Avenue aionaay ai pm A requiem mass will be of fered in St Church Monday at 10 am Mr Lucas will be buried in the Holy Cross Cemetery North Arlington Mrs May Hennessey 75 of 80 36th St a longtime Bayonne resident died riday in Ppllak Hospital Jersey City following a brief illness She wa the widow of Daniel Hennessey Born In Buffalo NY Mrs Hennessey was brought to Bay onne as an infant She was a member of the Rosary Society of St Church Surviving are two sons Rev Edward Hennessey chaplain at Jersey City Medical Center and Rev rancis A Hennessey pat tor of St Paul of the Cross Church Jersey City a daughter Mrs Gertrude Klein of Bay onne two sisters Mrs Margaret Canion of Staten Island and Mrs Lillian Morrissey of Jersey City She was the sister of the late rank Barrett Mrs nephew Rev John Hennessey of St Church Nutley will of fer a requiem mass Tuesday at 10 am in St Church Burial will be In Gate of Heaven Cemetery Hanover uneral ar rangements are under the direc tion of Thomas and Sons uneral Home 984 nue Beauty Contest Entrants Sought By Gallagher Daniel Hennessey DRAELK1ND OPTOMETRIST 893 Broadway Cor 42nd Si 9 9071 Moo hiun ri JO AH PM Tus Wd St AJU 4 PM StaMrld alfts gratefully ackaowl adaad Hudape County Heart Aasoc MeM Center' JC DE 2 1800 IRS Agents Nab (Continued) suspects and confiscated more than $1000 in cash and various gambling equipment The alleged violators were ar rested in candy stores a laun dromat luncheonette' a dry cleaning store a home and a grocery Six of the arrests were made in Jersey City two in Newark and one in North Bergen US Atty David Satz Jr whose office is in Newark said the raids were aimed at strik ing at the heart of the viola main source of income All of the suspects were re leased in bail ranging from $500 to $1500 following arraignment before US Commissioner Lester Lynch here They were: Alfred Liquori of North Berg en Benjamin Spatz of Irving ton Sidney Berger of Newark Muriel Mumford Daniel Staub Romaine McMillan Louie Dra kas Daniel Mazzille and Doro thy Branch all of Jersey City Suddenly I (Continued) noticed the signs advertising "South Park Bak Grocery and and others of self helo inally we were permitted inside for the frisking We were told to out everything in our hats I pulled out my check book my identification packet my lead pencil my notebook and a book of matches A small Negro in a suit like the matches He made me take off my rubbers He told me to lift one foot then the other while he examined the soles and heels He examined my ltie pin tireful acing me his hands glided over my body under my arm pits and behind my neck He slapped between his hands every part of my topcoat and suit jacket I wished he wouid ha ve said something anything But he I walked down the aisles and onto the floor of the 7500 seat and I remembered the last time I had been there COX In loving memory of our be loved father and grandfather red erick Cox who passed away eb ruary 27 1960 but not Daughter and Grandson ONUSCHAK Anna (nee Doshna) on Thursday ebruary 25 1M5 Be loved wire of the late John Loving mother of Mrs Marian Moroch Mrs Sandra Stanlaw Mrs Helen Cotrone Mrs Annie Uotinen Mrs Martha Rocca Mrs Agnes Silbermann Dear sister of Mrs John Sokol Also sur vived by 11 grandchildren Late residence 69 53rd Street Rela tives and friends are Invited to at tend thefuneralfrom the GEORGE KOCH UNERAL HOME 691 Avenue corner 31st Street on Monday March 1st at 9 a Sol emn divine liturgy at Ss Peter and Paul Russian Orthodox Greek Cath olic Church at 9:30 am Interment In Bay View Cemetery Jersey City Requiem services (Parastas) Satur day and Sunday evening at 7:30 Rev Michael Chanda will officials Visiting hours after 7 tonight there after 2 5 and 7 10 pm Mrs John Stefko Mrs Veronica (itzsimmons) Stefko died yesterday at her home 19 25th St She was the wife of the late John "Mrs Stefkio was a lifelong resident of Bayonne She was a member of St Henry's Rosary Society Surviving are two daughters Veronica and rances three brothers rancis and Peter itzsimmons and Thomas two sisters Mrs Del la Clark and Mrs Margaret Hoffman both of Jersey City requiem inass will be cof fered Monday at 10 am in St Henry's Church Interment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery North Arlington Arrangements 'are by the Augustus Hoppe uneral Home 845 Avenue Higher Budget i (Continued) hearing while it is in litigation I Connors retorted he objects to i the increase in rental costs Concerning the Boulevard i Connors said a city official I even seen a i He asked where motor vehicle i fines in courts went and was advised it supports roads and bridges Deplore Road the state money been put into asphalting and paving the Boulevard be in the state it is Connors declared He urged the reeholders to intervene in the dispute said Mayor itz patrick who always attends the county budget hearings was bedded with flu The business administrator briefly outlined tax woes saying that $5 million worth of assessed valuations were shaved are using available means and I mean every available means to remedy matters the other side Bayonne in the past two and one half years has experienced the largest Industrial and residen tial expansion than it has in 30 years It appear as though it will as serted i He said Bayonne seeks sta bility and "we urge you to pur sue economy so the Bayonne I tax rate can be Lewis pledged the reehold ers would all we can to hold the Speaking for the HCTRC Doherty hit first one way then another He said: our opinion the budget being discussed today repre sents a serious attempt on the part of Hudson County officials to stabilize the County tax levy given the mandatory items of increase and working within present policies of Countyoperatitutessfer noteworthy that in the long range view Hudson County has in the last six years increased its tax levy a total of 4 per' cent (includ ing three annual tax cuts) while all other counties in the State have increased thear taxes jy i several times this i having recognized I this it is also necessary to i recognize another fact thehard fact that County govern ment taxes in Hudson con tinued to be the highest in the SUERS HEAD INJURIES Mrs Sally Johnson 52of 6 Island View CtBwas admitted to the Jersey City Medical Cen ter for observation last night after being struck in the head by a whiskey bottle reportedly tossed through a Boulevard bus window by juveniles Her con dition is listed as satisfactory She was treated for cuts over the nose and right eye (n ltilmmon) on riday ebruary 26 1965 Belovedwife of the late John Mother of Veronica and rancea Slater of rancis and Peter itzsimmons Thomas O'Rourke Mrs Della Clark and Mrs Margaret Hoffman and the late James Late residence 19 East 25th St uneral will be held from the AUGUSTUS HOPPE UNERAL HOME 854 Avenue on Monday March 1st Solemn high mass at St RC? Church at 10 am In terment Holy Cross Cemetery Visit ing hours 2 5 and 7 10 pm Mary (nsa Gorczyca) Late residence 43 32nd St Be loved wife of the lata Chester Lov ing mother 'of Bruno and Edmund Also survived by 4 grandchildren Sister of Mrs Lola Pluczynska Lov ing aunt of Henry rank Miss Jean Drogon Mrs Dominick Spozdzial Mrs Victor Petlick Mrs Jeanette Drogon Relatives and friends are Invited to attend funeral from the late residence 43 32nd St on Tuesday March 2nd Solemn High Requiem mass Our Lady of Mt Carmel RC Church at 9 am In terment family plot Holy Croee Cemetery North Arlington under the direction of RYCZYNSKI and SON UNERAL HOME Newspaper Hoax (Continued) Cornell upset loser to Penn sylvania A Good Job' The forged paper was a good replica of the real thing did a good job of admitted Peter Sandman associate editor of the Princetonlan The hoax was a week in the makinR or days five Cornell students were visiting the 1 Princeton campus just roaming I around Sandman said they ap parently were the place i to learn about oiir circulation operation Then on riday about 15 or 20 of the Ithaca NY college boys followed the Daily Prince circulation man swiped 1200 copies of jhe real paper from campus newsstands and left their own version was said student Bill Lehr of St Louis Mo I soon figured it was a To Sandman the thing that tipped off the paper as being a fake was the printing The Daily Princetonian uses letter press and the phony was in on set Explain Change The Cornell pranksters appar ently aware of this difference tried to get around this with a box at the bottom of the front page It explained that the pa per was experimental and ask ed: do you like the new The lead story in the fake edition also was make believe It said Princeton President Rob ert Goheen had been named to a special advisory committee on foreign affairs by President Johnson Coincidentally Goheen was in Ithaca riday to address stu denits from 60 of the world's major colleges and universities at Cornell Other items in the forged pa per said: Corps Applications for cultural advisers for St Tropez and Cannes will be ac cented tomorrow at the latest Bradley Cult bring your copies of the New Yorker 7:30 tonight in the Elysian OBITUARIES a 1 Recent Rains Help to Boost Wanaque Level WANAQUE NJ (UPI) The water shortage at Wanaque Res 7 ervoir isstill serious but cent heavy rains have helped' to boost the water level Harold Gunther chief engi neer of the North Jersey Dis trict Water Supply Commission said riday the recent rains have raised the water level IQ per cent to 10:38 or 358 per cent of capacity But the situation still is seri eus Commission Chairman Joseph Brumale said storage is now coming up fast enough We are four months behind normal for the He said indications point to further shortages next summer and fall The commission met with Harold Ohland chief engineer for the Jersey City Water De partment and made tentative plafts for diverting water from tha Boonton Reservoir to Wana que and Boon tori overflows as expected "next month Twice during critical short ages at Wanaque water was pumped to the reservoir from Bayonne TTrrie Saltirayr ebruary 7 14 HUGHES In loving memory of Kathleen (Grade) Hughes who passed away ebruary 29 1960 The days months years go by But memories of a loved one never die Daughters KATHLEEN COLLEEN and MAUREEN and MOM and DAD of ratables and in terms of population being served This i unhappy situation needless to has the double effect of major taxpayers out of the Counity and discouraging new industries from entering I thus compounding the bur I den of those taxpayers who i for one reason or another Chose to remain and bear the burden of its I The HCTRC spokesman stipu lated those two elements pre sented a challenge for the year ahead particularly this year He added: i the first place since the present budget includes sub stantial reductions from 1964 levels in several areas it will be necessary to the economies re lated to these reductions faith fully and immediately and I must emphasize the word imme The Tax Council which has been requested by your of ficials to assist stands ready to Ido so to the limit of its capa bility beyond merely living within its present budget the county is faced with a second challenge which is to adapt its services to its resources in spite of future increases which are mandatary or inescapable will mean hard real istic reviews of certain services and operations which while in herited from the past are of du bious value in present and future The Tax Council by itscharter pledged'to preserve arid support essential county serv ices but also is obliged by that same charter to question whether all present services are essential plan therefore in the next several months to discuss with appropriate county offici als several areas of operations Stanley Solosky Stanley Solosky 5pf 393 Leon Ave Perth Amboy died riday in Perth Amboy Hi survivors include two brothers Bay onne Stephen and William So losky A native of Perth Amboy Mr Solosky was a member of St Stephen's Church there He was the husband of the late Helen Servilla Solosky In addition tQ the two broth ers Mr Solosky is survived by two sons Edward of Barberton Ohio and rank of Huntington Beacon Calif two sisters Mrs Anna Walchak and Mrs Victoria Smoyak both of Perth Amboy Matawan and five grandchil dren A requiem mass will be of fered Monday at 9 am in St Stephen's Church Burial will be in Barberton uneral arrange ments are under the direction of the Zylka uneral Home 513 State Street US Says China (Continued) aggression coming from North Viet Viet Gong guerrillas who once relied largely on locally captured firms now are receiv ing and increasing quan Of military supplies from North Viet Nam much of it Originallyrtioming from Commu nistChina and other Commu nist countries the report An increasing number of weapons from Commu nist sources have been seized in South Viet Nam They include 57mm rifles dual purpose machine guns large motors a anti tank mines Many of the new weap ons cannot be used with cap tured a in munition arid depend on outside supply Modern Weapon One captured Viet Cong sol dier reported that his entire company had been supplied with modern Chinese Commu nist weapons More recent matic was the capture on the South Vietnamese coast of a cargo ship carrying th ou sands of weapons and more than a million rounds of ammu nition largely from Communist China Czechoslovakia and North Viet Nam The cargo and a cache of arms found nearby on shore in cluded alstmrorerthan one thou sand stick grenades 500 pounds of TNT 500 anti tank grenades more than 1500 rounds of vari ous recoilless rifle ammunition 2000 mauser rifles more than 100 carbines 1000 submachine and 15 Jjght machine guns Large quantities of chem ical components for explosives including red phosphorus made in Red China have also been ri 1 1 ran The Communists have made efforts to disguise the origins of the arms the report said It said a captured document or dered forces to remove mark ings if necessary by chiseling that the enemy can not use it as a propaganda Cite Cae Hittori The report presented case his tories "of North Vietnamese 'of ficers technicians soldiers and intelligence agents who either were captured or defected and described their training in the North and their entry into South Viet Nam usually through Laos It said North Viet Nam main tains an intelligence unit it calls the Central Research Bu reau in Hanoi which infiltrates agents into the South Since 1959 the report said nearly 20000 Viet Cong officers soldiers and technicians are known to have entered South Viet Nam under orders from Hanoi It said there was evidence but no proof that an additional 17000 crossed over and that there were probably many more who infiltrated but were not detected During 1964 a minimum num ber of 4400 infiltrators entered the South and more than 3000 others entered an increase over previous years MAY'S 2MhSkA B'way MQURN1NQ fiRESSXM John (Retired ireman) on riday ebruary 261965BeIoved huaband of Anna (nee Hricko) Lov ing father of Edward and Mr DoriaCarlestnTOr Dear 7 brother Mr "Tames Ste NamaYs Mfi Jams Mahon and Joseph Also aurvived by 2 grandchildren Late residence 3 East 28th St Relatives and friend are invited to attend the funeral from the GEORGE KOCH NERAL HOME 691 Avenue cor ner 31st Street on Tuesday March 2nd Solemn high requiem mats at St Joseph's Church 10 a g'iSCemetery Arlington Recitation of the rosary Monday evening 8 pm hour after 7 pm tonight and 2 3 and 7 10 pm thereafter TOWARDS THE PURCHASE 5 LB BAG SUGAR HENNESSEY May Tnee Barrett) on riday ebruary 26 1965 of 80 J6th Beloved wile of th late Daniel Loving mother of Rev Ed ward Rev rancis A Mr Gert rude Klein Loving lter of Mr Margaret Canlon Mrs Lillian Mor rissev and the lite rink uneral from the THOMAS SONS UNERAL HOME 984 Avenue on Tuesday March 2nd Solemn high mass at St Henry' RC Church lo a Interment Gate erf Heaven Cemetery Hanover NJ The Roaary Society will meet at the funeral home Monday evening at 8 Visitation 2 and 7 10 pm Pushed Down Local Woman Reports 7 7 MIss GeraiairieTMulrTl of 91 25th St was treated at Bay onne Hospital yesterday for multiple bruises after she al legedly was pushed down a flight of stairs her home by a vtomart who has an apartment in: the same building Miss Muir identified her at tacker and listed two other women as witnesses to tthe al leged assault police said A of press time no complaint had beeh made WORTH TUIC COUPON Illi 0 MArA Ac Appetizer Dept COUPON LIMIT: one per family Coupon Good only sunaay reoxorn Great Notch Costs of the proposed water transfer will be discussed March 8 at a ipecial meeting of officials from cities served by Wanaque and from Jersey City Heavy Security (Continued) barricades for overflow crowd and the curious While oolice home attendants made last min ute preparations for the serv ices detectives were searching the Harlem area for the third triggerman whose identity they were believed to know Police riday arrested their second suspect Norman 3X But ler 26 a Black Muslim and karate expert Po lice said it was job as one of the six top New York to dis cipline by violence if neces sary defectors and opponents of the cult Malcolm was a mortal enemy of the Muslim since he was ousted from theect last year Another alleged assassin Tai nudge Hayer 22 was appre hended outside the auditorium minutes after Malcolm was killed by volleys of pistol and shotgun fire BAYONNE LORIST 1083 Av 81t 52nd St 9 3731NewRose Bud 403 9 3563 9 3564 I 1 Vu 7M I in 8 ifiii itfj Mr Sa A A HE Wi Hg shi I 1.

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