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GAR WO CD
KENILWORTH
15 CENTS
CRANFORD, NEW JERSEY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1969
SECTION THREE
Eopne^Magnus Bldj
As SchoolBoard President
GARWOOD тАвтАФ Joseph %. McGARWOOT) 11 Thfi former nffion
Mahon. wa┬гrie┬л)RLl.eil for his tnird-Lamfa-iHg-wure trrose^ uf Jamea K.
term-as president of the-Boara oj;
building
of the Magnus Chemical
ri
as -the board held its Purick - and Edward -A. Sigety, Co. on South Ave. (which also
reorganization meeting Monday neither of whom aougfet-feeleetiefl- served previously as the office of
this year. Mrs. Guare was elected the Aluminum Co. of America die
night in Franklin SchoohX
Howard J. Troebej>^was named to a two-year unexpired term in casting plant here prior to its revice-president, succeeding Mrs. 1964 and a three-year term in 1966, moval to Edison in 1961) is now
James D. Guare, who did not seek
the property of "the Borough of
GARWOOD =^After_many years,
reelection to the board in last and Mr. Purick and Mr.. SigetyJboth
this borough may be permitted to
served threejfyear terms on the
week's school election.
'
FornTal closing in the sale of
*тАв .._... ^e,property to the borough by detain prisoners in its own jailтАФ
Board Secretary A. T> Mosca board.
if the proposal to renovate the
The Suburban Trust Co. was des- "Economics Laboratory, | n c , parent- 'former Magnus office building for
ignated official depository for company of Magnus, took place use as a municipal' building is
school funds, and the' Cranford Cit- Monday in the Plgfnfiqld office of carried out.
izen and Chronicle and theajjDaily Sachar, Sachar-anc
rnstein, atPolice Commissioner Harry E.
Journal of Elizabeth were named torneys for Economics Laboratory. Hartman reported at last week's
HEARING AID тАФ Anthony,V. Richel, principal.of Harding School,
official publications of the board.
t h e borough has now taken Borough Council meeting that the
Kenilworth, receives new audiometer for the schaaLfcom Mrs.
. The trustees voted ' to continue over Beating and maintenance of State Department тАв of Institutions
Anthony DeMarzo (left),-ways and means chairmanNpf the PTA,
regular meetings on the third Tues- the building pending fiscal decision and Agencies once again had found
and-Mrs, Paul ^itale, president. The gift, presented Bjr the PTA
day ^xjfSach month a t 8 p.m. in on whether or not to carry out the the jail cells in the local police
at its Founders' Day program last Wednesday, wilHre used to test
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Franklin School.
(Continued on Page 2) .
pupils' hearing capacity. Mr. Richel nofied that all pupils ar^ tested
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several times during, their elementary school years. .
-тАв. -KENILWORTHLтАФ Alfred WjQPd was reelected to his secondterm
-as-presidenit of the Board of Education jit the board's annual reorganization .meeting Monday night jn Harding School.
' Mr Wood, who was returned for a Jou.rth three-year term on the
board in the February 11 school election, is an engineer with Weston
Instrument Corp., Newark. A resent here 14 years, he resides at
n Dr.
ReelScted to a second term as
vice-president was John Kaisen ot
_211 N. 22nd St. Mr. Kaisen was
appointed to the board "in 1965 and
returned p office by-tiie voters in
1966 and in last weelrs election.
He is transportation coordinator
KENILWORTH тАФ Seventy-three
for. Public Service, Irvington.
students at David Brearley RegionWith the reelection of Mr. Wood,
* Mr. Kaisen and Frank Di Morris, al High School have been named
there will.be no new faces on the to the honor roll, for the. third
1969 board. Other members are marking period. They include 23T
Robert tfrepin, Dominick W. Chan- freshmen," 19 sophomores, 16 -jungb, Gabriel Pierre* C. Jqseph Ara- iors and 15 seniors. The list is as
gona, Dennis .A, Nolan and Mrs.
ollows:
Shirley Lb Bianco.
.
Ninth. Grade
President Wood made the following committee assignments, ; Fred Barren, Joan Barren, Keith
Buroughs, Denise Clemeriti, Mich-'
with the ohairmen listed firsti
Education тАФ LoBiancq, Kroepin ael Cioonan, Jairo Cortes, Kathi
and Pierro; finance тАФ Kaisen, Ara- Fian^ingo, Barbara Geisler, Karen
gona and'LoBianco; building and Hammer, Wendy -Harris, Joyce
Borough Attorney Earl : S. PoUaCk an*
.KENILWORTH
grounds тАФ Morris, Aragona and Hohrath,- Arthur
Marilyn Councilman Walter
Boright, Jr., chairman of public works, were
Nolans supplies тАФ Nolan, Kaisen Jacobi, ' Beverly Karlik,: Bruce among the officials/who
testified lasKS^hursday. in, Newark at a Public
/
and Chango; cafeteria-and healthтАФ Keene, Robert TjoBlanco, Timothy Utility Commission" hearing on the cost*of garbage collection.
Aragqna, Krepin
p and Morris; pub- McCracfcen, Richard Metzinger,
The hearing, according to commissip.n president Brendan T. Jjyrne,
tV
K i and
d Maria Pugliese, Diane Recknagel,
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rtinVvgn,
Krf.pin
lic
was.
"to gather ihformatipn~t<r"deMarilyn
Seelig,
Susan
Sylvester
-JOSEPHErittcMAH&NNolan; planning and development
termine "whether or not the PUC
тАФKrepin, Kaisen land LoBianco, and Robert. Tha'raldsen,.
JL^ctters to ike Oc/tfc presided- asтАФ the тАФ reorganization
and judicial тАФ' Pierro, LoBianco
should exercise any regulation of
Tenth' Grade
meeting opened and~swore in Vinand Kaisen.
Joan Basta, Gary Boos, Diane garbage collection- or disposal excent J. Budzeika, Anthony
Mrs. LoBianco was/ named as Bruce, Michael Burnett, Bradford
210 S. Michigan Ave. riero and Jules J. Lusardi for
' _...,
delegate to the Union County Dis- Bury, Joanne Guzevich, Elizabeth penses."
Kenilworth, N, J.
three-year terms as trustees. ./Most
61
the
officials
testified
that
trict Board of Education and the Irwin, Stephen Ke*ene, Rita KelleIn addition to Mrs .Guare, terms
February
12,
1969
State Federated Board of Educa- her, Jeanne Kincaid, Walter Korsfor annual scavenger collecDear
Sir:
1
-tion.
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тАвтАФтАФ - тАв - chek. Ellen yimone. Gamihte-MasuF ^*tjcofftractS7^n their communi- I would lilco tOn CQi
The board' designatea tne Na- H-e...тАФ X
T тАФ , Lois
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lo,' Susan
Noyes,
Poschner, I ties^we incresing at a rat
rate of 50 do's and don'ts of garbage disposal
tional State Bank as depository for Walter Pfusak, Donna Pyle, Susan ties^were increasing
to 80 percent. On a family "basis, pictured in the Citizen and Chrongeneral funds and the Union Sigety and Donna Whitjeigh/
the range was $3.50 per month per icle. J don't see the big fuss raised,
County Trust Co. as depository for
j t to
just
t get
t rid
id oT
T garbage,
b
^fh
Eleventh. Grade /
bonds.
family to as high as $8.50.
Kenilworth
citizen,
according
to
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Judith
Allgaier,
Denise
Barbella,
. The Cranford Citizen and Chroji"In Kenilworth where the bpr- the- new standards, will need a
icle and the Daily Journal, Eliza- Sherry Barr, Karyn B^nScher, Joowns its own collection tape measure and a scale just to
asтАФofficial MEL SMI┬зX┬л;~PJ9SM jK?9inJSi...^9r'a,
Haminer,
/Diane
Herbst,
Alfred
equipmertt
and hires its Qwn'"per-'f ┬зg "f^t^tT'gat^te n"
newspapers.
GA'RWOOD тАФ The m┬╗nth-long
Regular public meetings of the. Hohrath, Virginia'Kopf, Jacquelyn sonnel, the cost is less than $2 quirements.
1969
Heart Fund campaign will
Shown
in
the
picture
with
Police
board wiH< be held on th┬л second Landau, Donna^els,-Donald Patry- per month per family," Councilman Chief Edward S. Stupak, Superin- reach its high point this Sunday
low,
Christine,Small,
Joanne
Walsh
Monday df eaeh-month at 8
i
Btjri'ght testified; '^However; we tendent of-^Publur -Works -T\*BX -when -Heart Sunday, тАФvolunteers
ahd Janet ^
Harding School-.
must pay for a dumping site and Kuriawa, Councilman Walter E commence a canvass of residences
/Twelfth Grade
B.oright, Jr., and Sanitary Inspec- ]3ri Garwood, it' was' announced by
Elizabeth Bruce? Frank Chiap this tost has been increasing con- tor Michael E. "Iazzetta are two Thomas R. McNee, the local chairDeanna Dudzinski, Steven siderably in recent years. In fact,
aj(тВм r .cans. man. It. is anticipated that all resiboautiful тАв gorbaj|ty
Glpwinski, Carmehna lannelli, Lea- our most recent increase was from popfeotlyPut the same two cans on the
the street dential visits wil be completed and
nora Ilardo, Louise Keller, Chrisand
see
after
a
time
how
perfectly that kits will be turned in not. later
tine Koziol, Doris Linkletter, Joan $6,600 per ^ear/to $9,996 per year, straight they'll look. Before the than February 28, Mr. McNee said.
Mulligan, D'ebra Scheidegger, KatH- or an increase of nearly 50 percent. Public Works Department tells the . The residential canvas's will augтАв KENILWORTH тАФ Miss Lor- leen-Sohlenker, Carol Stashko, Ei
"If the PUC is going to regulate citizens how to dispose of his gar- ment the total already collected ill
тАвтАФraine Conover, music teacher at leen Walsh and Christine Weigel.
the
costs of contracted scavenger bage, Alex Kuriawa ought to in- the February campaign, which is
Harding School, received
an hon1
service,
then it should also under- struct his men how to handle the being conducted to "support and exтАв orary life membership certificate
take the regulation of the costs of perfectly new garbage cans pand research, education^ and c6m> to the National Congress of
People feel it a waste to use gar- munity service programs of t n e
Parents and Teacher^ at last Wedusing dumping sites."
bage cans if they become d'ented Union County Heart Association
nesday's PTA Founders' p,ay
Attorney Pollack testified that anH mist.rftflt.f'H T h p sanitary
1
It is oatt ofltheL American Hear!
program at the school.
"
i
n
'
Kenilworth
we
also
provide
do
suclTa__good
job
flinging
the
Association, the only national yolKENILWORTHтАФCourt
St.
TherA graduate of Trenton State ColтАФ - leger^Miss Conover Htas" taught -esaтАФ1781i_Catholic_Daughters ,ot-ouf residents with a special end- covers that I wouldn't- p u L J k t -untarjr health"agency_de.voted excovers on the cans at the curb., clusjvely to combating diseases"of
and instrumental rniiffifi -at, Americarwill hold its 12th a
They
can really. t>ang.tne 'cans gooa
A6bMb
S
20
p
** the
contracted
whicRDuring the past year "these disтАв
years. She-is^aBviser to the Hard- March 9, at. the Crahwood, Gar- usually only do for an additional agairist the t-rucjc. eases
were-respdnsible-for approxiI
can't
see
the
objection
to
neat
wood,
beginning^
at
9:30.
a.m.
At
ing^BancTlJoosters, whidLShe ormately
54 .percent ofVall deaths- in
ly
stacked
cardboard
boxss,.^
charge,
in
theirтАФ
cohtrac
a
a.m.
members
-will
attend
mass
g i S, d and also1 serves
e as p
presithe
pation.
S.inge
Mr.
Boright
is'so-concerned
.at
St.
Theresa's
Church.
~1L_ jient
of the -fcenilworth
Teachers'
fci
j
Ea^h._Heart volunteer
with mips nnd rpgMlflt'nPs, .partitGuest speakor at - the breakfast
A
i t i # t i P tite
l i f i l d
Association
~Kenilwbrlh
Servicemen:
ulary numbers 30, 20 and 75, mayat the iiomea of between"50 and 100
Business and Prof essional * Wom- will be Ralph Borgess, business
he ailopl/'a schedule teH- mighbpra, diati
administrator 5f KeaTTTyT Mlssr тАФAnthuny Fevola, son of -Mr. and
Along with, the Jiqnorary certi- Mary^C, . Kanane,тАФUnion County^ MrsT-Michael 'Fevola of
ing- the Gitizens__approximately formatioK abou
icale, th┬л luuslt" teacrfei"' receive?!
ftf
i l l ttJe~Tmr hhDnorapy htgrori Ave., was promoted-to Army
, ""will
street every week. Also' the sched- Heart Fund, McNee said.
an inscribed blue and gold pin of guest.
specialist four recently near Pleiku,
Mr. McNae pointed
"the state's pattern. The presentaCouncilwoman Mary KelljL_i![ "Vietnanrr-vdrertrhe ts serving with ule should" include the" htjlidays
wn eh garbage will not be collected. Heart Fund ^contributionsтАФgotion was made by Mrs, Adolph honorary chairman and Mrs. JoLeikauskas, local life membership seph Lisbona is co-chairman. The the Fourth Infantry Division as a A schedule will help the person fight a vast complex of diseases;
(Continued.on Page 2)-,
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fire direction control specialist.
theme is "Praying Hands."
chairman of the PTA.
I
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Honor \Roll
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CouldProvide^ .
Acceptable Mil
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Pollack, Bori^ht Testify
At PUG Garbage Hearing
HeartFund
Visits Begin
nday
Earns Honorary
Lite Membership
In PTA
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