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LtHDHURCT \A fp ÿ VALLEY «ROO". A VF. 1ST..N J / * i wwi>t.*w^apTt * ,-.V,..-«W. JU l L eader AD6 . THAT PAT ;:c VOL M il. No. '# AU of the Newt Impartially Told Entered »* Second CUa* Matter, Au^usi I'. 1921. .1 the Po« (M k t.ii R«ù eriuij, N,w Jiiuv, uiukr the Act of, Marvh 1, 1*7» 1 IVNDHIRST. N. J, FRIDAY, f! HKl'Xiv’1'. l'»J'* Prw Pt»* V COLLINS, FAHY AND POLLARA ARE ELECTED SCHOOL BD. CALLS JESSE R.FIFER c a b in b u il t b y t r o o p t h r e e TAXPAYERS TO TASK FOR SLUR ON MEMBERS m , ni,a m ill ■ ACCEPT TEN new members In Reporting of M r. Fifer* Talk At the Taxpayers As sosiation, A Newspaper Misquoted H im —M r. Fifer Corrected Stateme.it At the Special Meeting To Which He Was Invited. ■o- Motion Carried Closed The Incident ■** Howard S. Bridgman, president n, ¿ailed a sped.il'meeting ‘>1 the ., tRe".alleged remarks made h> , 1 ,vp.,yers Association, at a meeting in a daily paper circulating in 1> udhurst Mr. l ifer was quoted as having hUvtU the need for new ¡.th'iols in Lyndhurst to be urgent, ud.iing, however, the School Board, j i. n-tituted-as it is now, “cannot In- truded with the handling of the . „building funds.” Intent- upon forcing a retraction from Mr. Fifer and desirous “pu»-j ting a stop to the current wave of ; indiscriminate attacks on the integ- rity of the School Board.” Howard —S Bridgman, president of the hoard, called a special meeting when it *as “ ,|,.( idH To" request Mr. Fifer tfr-ap- * Viam n Kldredge, a member of the board, advised that body Thursday that Mr. Fifer had denied making ' the statements accredited to him in the account of the taxpayers' meet ul the Lyndhurst B-virtI of bdu.a Hoard on Thursday evening to »¡Us lesse R .Fifer, viee president of the held by that iirgamiation oil lanu A BOV F IS I'M <>F THF i AU1V< tum 1 I H AT U \.s 4 U H. r JiX-Jt Tax budget IS EXPLAINED TO INQUIRERS Only Four Pernona Attends The Hearing of the Tiii Budget On Thursday livening Taxpayer*’ Ah- aociation Committee Interview ('ommi>»8»oners on Mondav Before Budget Paired On Final Heading. AT THK SOlTH HKK«.+A SCOI T IvVViWUW TKOOI IMPKOVKMKNTS KKCOMMKNI>EI> The ' Jtoard <>f Commissioner* held a meeting <>n Thur>day ..evening at the Town Hall to hear protests if LlKAL SO iLTJtM U llH . ________ TO H W E K VI.I.V FKIOU Tr»*op \o . 1, of I.yndhurjt*., undvr the direction t*f Mr. John M. \iW>on as M-outmaster. ha> » alfenged Troop S » i of Ka>t „Rutherford t.» a rally t«> heJd at the l.tr.-oln SeiuaU udì •orium in Ka>t Ku’ .h* rfo r i, «•» I j «lay -veningv February ! Mh, at t*M “ The troops ail! n\f**t for .* fru'iull) mnpctitioR in scouting «divjtks. There is no pru* offered lo «ìther troop this bring merely an incentive t«» finer scout work on the part of each troop. r LOCAL SCOUT CAMPAIGN IS UNDERWAY Wt.dk ih being arti\rl> •«tarte*! t« *atti raising th« iHvr-'.ary fu«d* with which to Jimmcr Hoy Srmrt a« Uvitie> in Lyndhuiat, during the year U»29. Mr Frank Curt»»« t* in direct. iharge of Ur «uiiìiM giL am l.i: I IV Itadgrl «lui v Ihw I Hod*rt l ie re \l Uwgih and « < lt>tl « « • W If ' i- I« I «•*•*’ Will» th** » » ihwii*wo» m t* «*» !•**< M.mdav . «»I HI- K VI v il IH m- t n >U! Mr Strven* of heart»), «h*' **» to havr »pOken toef.-rv th» I >tfdhur*t Ta'p**)***^ i * l K * n 4 .>n Iríuir»»!«» r?\ « ning«. tlA^apt» itU nl '• ivV ltho\|t st mjling hi** nevi*i thele»«* th r mt-mt»* an*l - hrt* p?r* ent virre ent* rtainett t»> l-nai r t ** d r nt** «H«' ifi«-* th*- .naiTr.Tr ¡t. t.)iidhur«t tn regar-»I T» the hu*|g«*l and «*ther matter* «»f imjavrtaiue t." taxj»ayer> Thtona» U Kahy, wh> « i‘th* piv vi*»u* uvt4'tu«|[ iti th* ,a>mh (at|«*n .f*~ jK*rted that he n*«t a <«n»tulalr fof th* M h**o| «4» J«l* ^«*»il ami a*kvd that h* h«s* th. pnvùrg» xif-Ätirm\rm;Trtg- -+rr*—t - n»wf ntat«nl III' r r a - o n ► “ T o “ T h a i V g i i <tf >« ■ mind, and afte-e-*tf*t ***# Io* p la tt *»»♦>» ^¡mmI that h«- *» **uM I**’ ‘ujifn'fti't by all present At a me**t»ng held >*) the *»*•*»<* {t—hmrnmk -------------- bft^ ONLY 2,000 VOTERS EXFuESS TKEir OPINIONS AT SCHOOL ELECTION Cicor^r lUilKsk. \m cruan I j .«*.* M rrn ,i K 4i> 4 ourth, Jtf> \«>tr» Hr hi ml i o’-»-,' ''r * 'V- \<> B ritU tt i^l I litre v *' NX rft I nmol Harvey, Eldridge and Ruggiero Retiring W ..Hum r t'.JJin*. V Si%th Stfvct auj I *•» I «**» * * Ai th* * Us t»» 'i K * y y» l v k íí.w - '» -j vV M id -*tf I * j A - VV iiiuflff U 11,- .< r wH*MWk U « m * * * j aj v*J ln^rf** llulhnk **f Sta M* \ 1-r n h .l •« *t I t.« *»«s .«»to < ’■ > «»Hint« F*ivM*tion M ith rig h t « «itaiulal«-* m tbe iwúl thr *- r. and it *a« hai»l to tel! wMtl th« *ft> w |«t -oil Fit*). «14.1 Sm. im<á Ouliú l» < t e l in .liJNfW** ^ aii,l t .il'tM* . urerti ttorO *f4sI \ * « l H *t'*o*. < ».hr!« r«-Uaf* *-• « ' * *«»«•*#• * iti-tri.t* *t th* M»gh \K * m| t>* U $ - * l»l t * * r-.i * *.# r * H«. i i*: r . ^ lTftii.1 "~«17T"t i r r y - i i t r » ' im "" n.te.1 ut Ik* th* ^ir'-iitr'. - - ............. - - . ............ Ill tS* total. ,» 1.-*h4 M Ml i Ail*! M >» t... h., .mtlit \ti »I » • iK . I-.«» -1 > t *i I ,1...,. la lhir.1 ».Ik » t , . t r . -1 Kit .U ... ft. . It,I _U +, -------------.« » • __ 1_-1 % r».- • the account oi me laxpayt-«» ............ 4 . . iiiK and it was expected Mr. Fifer any on the budget as presented by - ». 1L _...U ..I t. Ill U11,1 r . i 1 A a À L ! . . è ! ... I it tllftl would “smoolh the whole matter over” last night in the presence of the board. the board. At this meeting with the exception of four women every seat annlv in the council chamber was vacant Mr. Fifer's unwillingness to apply ,,il to the troubled waters came as a No one even came to hear the budget surprise to many. ^ read or make any protests. "1 am surprised, “Mr. ^fer said, Mavor Wood* airreed last week DDCCTAU A T tlU rK E olU N AC»AIN IN COURT, TOLD TO LEAVF. TOWN Com plaints By Nriglihtir» of \ udenl Family \rgumrnt!» t au»e* Judge To Order Family From the Town-r* \pp«-at«'d in Couil T»*i W rrb \go WIFE NOW I.IVES l\ NEW \K h . • 1*1 . ;*» mb Mi 2 4t Î4** ' Mr. tifer Mavor Woods agreed .................... “that 1 was not dragged m chains t ^ wou,d p0illp<)ne having the < hapte. t».. of the comedy I re* liefore this august-body. I had no bu( untlJ- Mon(iay night to ton and l're,ton «•* pres, nt«t at „lea of my unpardonable breach oi th(, Taxpayers' Association to the loe«l police e..,ivt on Mon,lay af I...,, majeste would be so leniently ,,r u w a r ¡n a temoon, when Wash ■> ....... . , . .. manie the laxpayers Associaiieni « ......................... r -- --, «te would be so leniently representatives or appear in a temoon, when Washington reston. treat.«.! by this exalted assemblage. ' . di^ Ult(l lhe budget and to cole.r*-.» of 2t«'Coprt.n.1 Avenue, and Imagine the magnitude of my crime > fare(1 t(J ,,0 so Th„ his wile Ida, .*» years old. of New 1 . ;l humble citizen, dared to criticize P with the as- »rk, appeamt » •«*•« this mus-rious board ” sociation, and on Monday night- the «** pre<ente,l by * *** 1** Mr, I slVr. said he did not think ne assigned hv Preaident (*W* , ... k t e exact words attributed R f th< Taxpay(,rs’ Association The -tone- of Washington and hi the , the newspaper account, ‘ ‘,‘, f W e-sel Oroenendyke, wife do not -eem to connect verv red .to repeat from memory V *s ^ a n k ’ and Carmine Sa- well, hut it i< known that two week arks at the taxpayers meet- I intPn,iPwe,r the commissioners ago W .shm ftm , w ., ant-Me. - h> th. , , before the meeting was called : to « a j h s i « ^ made h>; hi- -f. * Fifer oril<‘r to have them e*l’!ain items as they appeared in the bud- get had ust t'i _hi.m hlS M'lll ~i"ir- , . ••Ucgar^leas of what ‘ u ,i at that meeting,” Mr. Mu-1, "this is what 1 meant and this I- Wl.at J now wetm: We id} kr,«*t The Commissioners were waiting l.yn.liiurst needs. ne* - 0j for the committee and explained ev- .. 11^ ..also, ktniw that th ^ ' ery detail, to the satisfaction of th.- ' r j 't is at present committee. The sums of $48.668.8«, n, tu. .hoard, as it 1 which was a suruluf», was a savmg> t "i;: tituted,. to ^ * t j money ^ ^ thrnu)fh th(. ()a>.in(i ,,f the .building of ^ was m(.nts pr„mptly by the taxpayers, prop!. S opinion of your ability ^ interest and legal-« eloquently expressed some ago at the election held bring ahi y" assisted by Mi C. J ^ t ' i H g u p t r \%.»» rM.I«»»'«^! b> th* u»ent‘iri » ¡it \ | r il *»F«a 4 prt*»«|r^l 'w * l r \ , C hairm an of th r I vn«lhur*»t Ht* f^r |h,» an*| it wk* h* b'« -«»tii !*• t ** t rifr-i’- tnct I 'ommittee. amt nirtnltrf" of ih r Ä(frisp,| (hat at Ttie meet li. g Hr Ut r . f-nir -« * m*»H— AmericanXegion.^ , Ihur^ta) evenmg two **thrr hmmI i Might it again be »,atrti that the li^tr- Mould'I h* >r4e< te»t an«l r*nL t •*•>! Ml. .1 1 plan» for the premtnt . .impaign ex Mi;h Mi Neulu» »-* 1 l*fc« *nl« » t \i | { l j «»• K iludr all who gave during thr fall of thui H. I\r«gh .«pi> ii.o .a • mu «tl Cm | I INS la^t year. There w«r* »* numbti who tc , on»i»tmg of J*-*#« Fifer, Alphr r«H»Kl contrilwite<i fr**ely at that time, l»> um S Frank, and William iiuthei!, t.* I UO nw'et the dettnency in the budget of U«Hide a ***) t'* **rl#H‘t th r I«.“ ' * #W \ | I IOI. ‘»I K .tí*¿h. Their numea have, been rare «lidatr?», to tw rn*l**t»r«t * ‘th Mr f t »I I U M fully taken from th* UatJ* of pr*»»|a*t* \»*uha»a»« Ihr »> ànimi ter «Intdfl'VOljlM \N f,.r the I‘ .»21» c a m p u i g n , it In’tn g frit to t »ke ¡* d u w vV.»1*1■ , Hu pr« (*rt* >t that t hear wh«» n o||»»t*r ly g a\*•only I that thr aa^** latHm tak* n»> aito»n 1 | l, H IM K X I ’K! la»t fall, should net t»e approached. m an «p4«*n*euirni again for »“a litiiiaUiM. _ -] Calmil»«» • SaMno madr a nt'lioi* Scouting e«i«ta *»nÌy thru voluntary that no *«*ndnlatr I** nntorawl ami contribution*. SroiÄtng is for every Chi»,motion Ma- sr%-**n*ie*l h) It »ra«» la»> and girl of l.yndhurst any par Boglr, Mnd unanitnou«!) iart»e*t Mi ♦»nt ih vitally conflr'ord Mi having Frank c «H«mI th* a***nntli**n’# aUen their bo> U » ' v f NT !•#- ttaf »o*th. UH .that Mr, v.uw .v - »Ihle, «m? th* fÉwr »T l*f every’ gWl had hr*‘n rnvfnra*it ;*n.l th »n igl«» MIKÌ Al rHMMN « . »i t f ■' I i-ton ina»h n» t i .1 tha ¿tr'"' w i t h ’’"The f i Tÿpr'" of'" d*»r*¿:'iïm ïX “of 'M'r NViíh a u Ä ~îw ___ jJJj 4x.\. Therefore, evrryonr Is loiuern clndrd •iraUrr \ -A tM * ! U i a« *1? 14 * t i.'i O t«**U • * I 1 . *; * lawi NKS \i I UFI M MS \ FS , ' MO mi Ki l l \» I Ml \ » *a in «I I* ï %t for heating and ahu !t.g her witfr foul language*. Hr wa« arratgrnnl the following Monday afternoon, hut his wife fail*1*! t*» l»*‘ pi’e w n t a»)<t press the charge. At that tinie hr gu'* hi- a g» ed iii the srout v "Trf 1 thr~ w iiilf Wt»rk n»« a>urrd l»y Ihr til ' t ouncti 1^» limiti* ^ - They • ha -!:. uhi »*• adr<|uatel ':*n:...t I h .A|.rrt.it h .111# lw -t p.^>|lll. I \* » I thr f t* I »*< motion w a* . . rtli.i to Thin rk Thr duofM thr a«»otlati' I nlv hr— 4-v— Htimr)—rr» ' r— - ^“ Tr- rrMmrcei* of the Irn I¡H* * i' vo I' ii M*»rk ih« I moat itiember hrp *s »« » " .4 -field ,ah»eh utemtMriy a.-^fc**! I ; . \ <ml i - f hr*j ' „ t n o in ln r » Ml j¿<.*mI their v*..rk Uariiiil that th.r* u^in* », if t íi* y tfnrpi«--l no- 1 -î..t »«.1 - ihr' i.ait,« • "t 1 " in i -d *»> IA l N IM . >« M« h i| lllK ^IM U i .N 1 h a ' < «l night h*- ha»l eacurted hi> Mift to N* w ark‘to buy her a drink, a* th^y dwt not know where to get any m tynrt hurst. After Ida hiwl her drink <»i itrinks at her sisters home m \rM ark, she walked *>ut oil W ashington. i-TTTt - t i re-T t (II.» J I .1_!U «jam« «h.tM )if"I - u-L- lüü ÜL— - : i.. ai~iiumlwr •t«lMl Hg, It I I . mnrt > f •At th»» no * 11 t i -^iuoe f H r rTiTli I. ,p i N I months thereby saving interest and legal-ex on the penses. . _____ ^ V oT new schools, when your T h e po o r account which was quoted „„.j aftrr waiting f..r some time, he «piestion decisively defeat- at $0,000 and which was questnmed h„mt. tl, |.y,„|hur>t where he propos . " . w*as explained that $2,470 had been fOUnd hts children asleep. .. *k“ ’ The next morning the wi'e retum- ptwi, -— ... ed and Washington upbraidetl her for charges; $1,24C, for rents and more him She knew that could .not trad an*F-~dl«t ’i**t . knov; which <ai to take t,. return t.» I.ynd hurst, and he had to p.t> a man fifty cents t» put him on the right car. Since ttuit first epiwide, Mis. I’res- ed marshals. - »«* has left he, « To the question if it would ^ V .T m T o u rt.n Moml. e lockers cheaper, to employ an engineer at , - 4>< , have never been ^lary. it was answered that * «v.-kev a well locks did not fit and f thj, improwments were made ^ * Bri.lgmsn «• Fifer of “introducing personal bias poor; »426,000 tor pn> in '''T rtstee'T rlc1 Austin movetl that th a ^ $8.000’for groynes and coal the “eiltire incident be considered closed.w The motion was earned unanimously. e communications hy 'U istriet Clerk Danton was on. fn.m Hacker and Hacker,' architects .The reason for the increase in the police department is for the salaries lammously. a for the extra police t(» be appointed Among the communications read jR ^ e township and recently appoint * i .• . . i q.._l, nimlnn WÎIS one ...I mndiikiili ■*o lne ar<m in the township, and that .1 wouiu , - Wrhu.,,.n.l. on tat.,1 that they had commum«. ^ he more expensive than to pay him (H.c, , iulls. „„1 had at«, left w-mcn ii.sw.1 nereentage. , ... i \v>.hinrton with the company ........ them and" they would *en«J »*£.*• Foster out from Newark to repair them. He has not done so to date. Resignations were received from Miss Marion Dehn, and Miss Doro- thy Wintersmuth. Misses Mary a percentage. t>11 „-veral times The W ater deficit -^a« explained . , that the only remedy would I»*' to raise the rates, and the commission- ers were advised to such a move. Washington hai spent «everaf term* in jad for being drunk, and from the »torie. toln by both parties. Judge Itie.lin did not a .... J ------ _ ---------- think that they were any credit to The committee after questioning lynrthur-.t, although it was prove. ..^^L.initara lit hi» T itrills >L-< U . .kiniH .»tl nra Ofl appointed in their places The communication from the lax - 1 . '1‘Irnera were the commissioners on other items th'B, Waahington. prayed on hi« knee» Bossit and Helen U Lem discussed at the Taxpayers1 Assocta- oft(,„ Thr thouirht that I.ynd , l#A. tion. were satisfied that the budget burat would not m at them, and ¡n „ . which is correct, and made no protest All f, rt w„uld be t«-tter ..(* without the pers ass,Ration wju. reM ^ tion, »ere satisfacUtnly answer- ,t<m f, ml|y. Chief Undeir. .U stated that the .. { th(1 e,l and explained by the Board. ted that the neighbor, «ere afraid same ,n regard to the boiler of » * J . ’^ t in g bids were also re- that there would be a muntereom Lincoln School, and that tt s At in w t sn<1 Com- mitted in the 1‘reston family, and the not have been accepted until It had Ce.ved from Weyersberg ^ mit^ ^ , h, l»-en on tnal, and Aat Oh pan> o yn H>ck^niiack. (; , rrltKrn mur, i „ ha.l better be committed in should not pay for the " p*‘r , ,7 r,?mn»nv of I^xii; Naples and ».me other city. Judge Hr«l»n ord Another communication was "a W d ^ ™ p‘ y'[, l(j Spinello Con- ere,I Preston to leave Ly^dhurat this from Hacker and Hacker, architect*. Company oi 0rmn_*. ja. u an,j ,f ^ had not fone at «hich requeaUd the Board to pay s^irtion '>mpa „n(1 ’„ .„ y the end of the week, hewould W -a il for drawing* made at the time « cob Jacques, a contract to Hackensack for ninety day» was contemplated improving the other companies ^ ^ WMWn||fa. ,te to w d that it would High School ground*, at a cort of conatruct the ** * t<) Ri v, r co,t him -even dollar« to move and $113,000, which work w ai not done, (liscuaaed for m y ^ ^ Kklt no m(mr> Chief 1 .an. tel I. They also requeued the hoard to ride Avenue. oromiaMl U. r»« him th* nece.saf) , pay $507.90 for drawing, made for T h , bid* wereonv»rio«a tttntJi b«t P«* Frrston jumped at the improvement of the walk* and n0 („(in were received for the chance of getting mone> In s»ick property, which ha. been completed W|irk w a. submitted All propo«l* way, and a*ked “W*hen d,. in frt>nt of the Hiffh School buildin#- werT referred,to tta « g , get the money ?** Among the bill» rendered waa one ^ y ^ tio n , and a report will be pre ^ to^ u, get room* for Hi» f r $22,58 from Fred Saum for m- at the meeUng to f«*airting *f three boy*. Ru. Murancr on g\.aaa in Columbus School. Commissioner* next Monday w ^ #^ v, n IWxk I««. hi.ne a « 4 Ho*. Trustee Harvey, chairman of the nlnj trt, six year« of age, litla wife pe- cnmmittee on improving the bane- Commissioner Smith recommended to return to him and himaelf. ment of - the High School had no re- prrn Avenue, 'between W'eari ^ »hen he wa* ready to move, the ports, neither did any of the chair- Ridge Road be improved, and c^irf would giire him th* *r»en dol men of the different «chool*. forest Avenue be improved, between <■ Trustee- Austin reported that he Weart Avenue, and Ridge Road be1 ; -------------- --- had received a long list of want* for i _ pruve<j ; iml Jaunrey Avenue. Thu-1 Mitor. I .sii.wr- 1*.Ie»l^r the manual training departments, but Str^ , Cnion Avenue. Summit A t* (W.a r Sir I wouldlike tohavethe R-the requests gave him no price*, and Avenue, all be improved. nf1tnle»* of erpret«Sf. thr* If y ti>— ,\* .u;.| ’a.; (7 to have lw-Mr f a« <rf*tr*t .■ g i . . » . b r t t f r ~br>j , • ’ . . gU I tlOfl M i III UI * I ' \ O ,• . trail M ill Ml j . M I riln !•» tl* llov Scout fun.l It uin* a- .a m m iti*-r <*f th* ►.li*** • tatilv d»»*« pa> t*«Hutld llrttrr bi.T^rd Ma* „invited I*» to**» 'I* Sir» it. ysrsilh* i than ’> Mend M*n #*n» ’'‘“K- .»»».>' * m h---U. ah fatli*d tu mak* «»|*|*« »lain * tin* of thr iÌm-IUÌm I » Miggridrd (hat th* la*ti »a an^ptrst into mrosb*r«htp hu thr lad»r.\%h*fM r*| n«» iiw l i n a t l “ *- I.» Im . -on« oo ft.Inf' I i* *1*1* nt Kr*tftt »m.».un*Ul that ’thr l idi«-* M*»uld t- »me at allein»..* t.. attriid thr nurting* of thr Falpayfr» mw- i « tion. Ju»t la for* thr n o * tl» if »a.« ^ I Sag* I. •ii... Valli-.>- fûsi»îfc K *' *• 1 ■*‘i ^ • . ‘n— r . f n M *t—•< l n r n»r I»jr. •i l*r- *—**• mi»»toner* t" • |» r a ir * -\à » ■ > :■- I.^Wlhufnt l i i — al i i t r .it t i -JLi lixt t M 1-1 uhlp d e riv rd »»*< ta»*i* ff'-r*» th» * at** now Mt*eratr*l in I )twihur*t, ai»*» hr aliMi ilaim nl that thr preaetil laii *r i \ i< * «o# m ! u*t*«t hjf I i vrili * I rll'iW Ta*i t «mpany, M«i » m*»i*«»|»»dy. •»* thr lenii» Mr <alir»«J that l*y having mote than on» t« » i .*‘.o»|*a* > nprrating. thr • rraidrM* »*-uld I*» befirftl#»! ~jO »r of tl*r m niiU t* ••• an i loua that ;tl*r a»«**iaUi»« takr a» tion r*ff> 4-he m atter, ahllr »M h»f mrntl *rt •v|f«,*ta4 that a W t*i t m ritten the M*n»»»iaai«**er*, th**m le»* a |*ri»*ai «te*iring t*. «p ».»hip may TRUCK, WAGON LOCAL STORE TROLLEY AND BROKEN INTO AUTO COLLIDE ON SATURI) AV JOHN SENESE DIED TUESDAY IN HOSPITAL r«»itett V»»* Vile. Sftond Operation To Kettel V ili ok en Itone W«» H it B* Aul» »hi H,d|r Hoail t.*»l Iteremher ».id » » tpparentlj Hr f ver in g . Itwlfc-* Ii•* a* i M «■ ”*«»wr-' o ( v M » d I «gft* l i n a f i ji 4 '■ist* H *.* I i.n(M»M«it W hi «th* In*»*» t*l - I » ( . « *4 Ht fV«* *•-* I V** ' I iiwl'O I in< Ii Mil a. I’.aW u '»*•*»«* 14 hm« ii »i #a*l t «•«ai. «i ’l rotte » * >ot IK.n I <«»a*d Imi»» * *»*«•« • a*#* Maar*- k««4 M«i oalt n«ikagi it «gtifi I i tgki«(*«d II»***« 112 TI »• «*•* a t, I 4«»4 ll<*. k * d " •!<»•' tal» I’atkral I I » M I \ I t< ' M .N Il !•» aft Ilk 1*111« llllf IN I # > I Ir, i i i \ *, \ lu» .a I roll» ) au* K. •r.* tg. **|f* ir. a»**l ai *a*v-ov **»I i ,-t •- «ftfa*' it on I utmU i *g Wolg . . ii.«, .4?, j«*!. -, mark..- aa* . « haf fe» It . 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He also ^innnwodaliocu n w refertfd paper, my «uwef* »iiprmMwii for _Stated that he would like similar re- ^ ^ law,,department and engineer» lh, ^Uedid v,*e of i .tnfnl»«ine gtvan port- presented to him before the prepare ordinances. me by my friend« in the re.-ent ejee evening <if the meeting of the board _„,,„« „f the»e streets have tn,« f..r Sch.-d Truatee I wtah. *o to enable him to investigate them . lhry he improve.) give further ***wr»-.-.e that it t* m\ A comn onication - o read from a alt re«^e»»W _taat ^ ^ ^ * v„ a— . .*« a - ' ’her resnfaag on Ore*. Ae*w*. ^ work oB lSrm ^ the term m atno to m-rvt ttaa {Continaad m laat pa**) weather permit*. 7" ' , . . rratr a ta*l in th» t Sene«, hl» only living parent, and ^ to hin an hi.*lhrr» and «latera ' ' ». - ta u A rrtM.ift wa» ma*lr %> He wa- imjMovmg in health ever, f ^ ^ ..................... d*> at the h-.pital. ar»d *«* th a i^ miyv-r had *».gn-l - ;¡f a*k»al. Mhri. it »•* fouftd that !«• Jh# r. l(r,** 4 l ,uti*a. at tra*r tHine. in his le»I. had not knit cot. na.I ai» Ka<t »«»'I** t»."«**1 Hrtly. whether he .i.hH t o e hajK* ^ ^ )lw ...... an operate* that w««,M «ve him ^.lertriar... ^aroi at« that from .life ». » crippe. hr brav.l, ^ tKa. al. ,-*,» ^ i ^ n ^ -.per.t^ He ^ ,Z r « F operate,! on at » «elork andi-dsed ^ ^ f • w a— nearly two h.^rs lator. The death ^ lh, KuH^rf .r.l Se-.r» tfd attr.liute.; t« ».*>«:> H» the ho* i;- , ytt< ; ----- —= r ~ - 'T 'il'tT id to help the large Carnuz ,w . . « .i.-t the ...» b~M. ,o..— . to,.»' .^ d to .a i I . 1ML h wa, while go ti.ai * the .«anrtolHm to ’ to toy».» " ‘■•»I1 '*•* '' , * i « . >rk that he wa. Inlure.t l.^>l(ei a. ,.re.ee!~l > , the H-tartj ,.f Hèh— I aarf » « . Wal». Z « totoX» S .M I"..— * 1-. - taU «. a ><-.> He *, »urvi.-edüv hi. fa.h*r. three l^lge, «.«Id to • ». *•*»■ V , ,a I .r ...ter. Kuth <>.arl.4te and »tor*. I»e th«wgM l»a. 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C O LLIN S, F A H Y A N D P O L L A R A A R E E L E C T E DSCHOOL BD. CALLS JESSE R .FIFER c a b i n b u i l t b y t r o o p t h r e e TAXPAYERS

TO TASK FOR SLUR ON MEMBERS m , n i,a m i l l ACCEPT TEN n ew m em ber s

In R ep o rtin g of M r. Fifer* Talk A t the T ax p ay e rs A s so sia tion , A N ew sp ap e r Misquoted H i m M r. F ife r C o rre c te d S ta tem e .it At th e Special M eeting T o W h ic h H e W a s Invited.

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Motion Carried Closed The Incident**

Howard S. Bridgman, president n, ailed a sped.il'meeting >1 the ., tRe".alleged remarks made h> ,1 ,vp.,yers Association, at a meeting

i n a d a ily p a p e r c irc u la t in g in1> udh u rs t M r. l ife r w as q u o te d a s hav ing hU vtU th e need fo r new .th 'iols in L y n d h u rs t to be u rg e n t, ud.iing, however, the School B oard , j i. n - t i tu te d - a s i t is now , can n o t Int r u d e d w ith th e h an d lin g o f th e

. b u ild in g fu n d s .In te n t- u p o n fo rc in g a re tra c tio n

from M r. F i f e r and d e s iro u s p u -j tin g a s to p to th e c u rre n t w ave o f ; in d isc rim in a te a tta c k s on th e in te g r i ty o f th e School B o ard . H ow ard

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* Vi a m n K ld red g e , a m e m b er o f th e b o a rd , a d v ised th a t body T h u rsd a y th a t M r. F i f e r had den ied m ak in g

' th e s ta te m e n ts a cc red ited to him in th e acco u n t o f th e ta x p a y e r s ' m eet

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Ta x bu d g etIS EXPLAINED TO INQUIRERS

Only Four Pernona A tten d s The Hearing of the T iii Budget On Thursday livening Taxpayer* Ah- aociation Committee Interview ('ommi>8oners on Mondav Before Budget Paired On Final Heading.

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L lK A L S O i L T J t M U l l H . ________T O H W E K V I .I .V F K I O U

Tr*op \ o . 1, o f I.yndhurjt*., u n d v r the d ire c tio n t*f Mr. J o h n M. \iW > on as M -ou tm aster. ha> a lfenged T roop S i o f Ka>t R u th e r fo rd t. a ra lly t> heJd a t th e l.tr.-o ln SeiuaU ud o rium in Ka>t K u.h* r f o r i, I j lay -v en in g v F e b ru a ry ! M h, a t t*M

T h e tro o p s a i l ! n\f**t fo r .* f ru 'iu ll) m n p c ti t io R in s c o u tin g d i v j t k s . T h ere is no p ru* o ffered lo th e r tro o p th is b r in g m ere ly an in ce n tiv e t fin e r scou t w ork on th e p a r t of each t ro o p . r

LOCAL SCOUT CAMPAIGN IS

UNDERWAYWt.dk ih being a r t i \ r l> tarte*! t

* a t t i ra is in g th iH vr- '.ary fud* w ith w h ich to Jim m cr Hoy Srm rt a U vitie> in L y n d h u ia t, d u rin g the y ea r o U29. Mr F ra n k Curt t* in d ire c t. ih a r g e of Ur uiiiM giL a m l.i :

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I HI- K VI v i l I H m - t n > U !

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- . . 1 L _ . . . U . . I t . I l l U 1 1 ,1 r . i 1 A a L ! . . ! . . . I i t t l lf tlw ould sm oo lh th e w hole m a tte r o v e r la s t n ig h t in th e p resen ce o f th e b oa rd .

th e b o a rd . At th is m e e tin g w ith th e ex c e p tio n o f fo u r w o m en e v e ry s ea t

a n n lv in th e council c h a m b e r w as v a c a n t M r. F i f e r 's u n w illin g n ess to ap p ly,,il to th e tro u b le d w a te rs cam e a s a N o one even cam e to h e a r th e b u d g e tsu rp ris e to m an y . ^ re a d o r m ake an y p ro te s ts .

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IN COURT, TOLD TO LEAVF. TOWN

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treat..! by th is e x a lted a sse m b la g e . ' . d i^ Ult(l l h e b u d g e t a n d to cole.r*-. o f 2 t 'C o p r t .n .1 A venue, andIm agine th e m ag n itu d e o f m y c rim e > fare(1 t(J ,,0 so T h his w ile Id a , .* y e a r s old. o f New1 . ;l hum ble c itizen , d a re d to c r itic iz e P w ith th e a s - rk , a p p e a m t * th is m u s-rio u s board so c ia tio n , and on M onday n ig h t- th e ** p re< en te ,l by * * * * 1 * *

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, th e n e w sp a p e r a cco u n t, ,,f W e-se l O ro en en d y k e , w ife do not -eem to connect vervred .to re p e a t fro m m em ory V *s ^ a n k an d C arm in e Sa- well, h u t it i< know n th a t tw o week a rk s a t th e ta x p a y e r s m ee t- I in tP n ,iPw e ,r th e c o m m iss io n e rs ago W .s h m f tm , w . , an t-M e. - h> th .

, , b e fo re th e m ee tin g w as ca lled : to a j h s i ^ m ad e h>; hi- - f .

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n ig h t h*- h al e a c u r t e d h i> M ift t o N * w a r k t o b u y h e r a d r i n k , a * th ^ y dwt n o t k n o w w h e r e t o g e t a n y m t y n r t h u r s t . A f t e r I d a hiwl h e r d r i n k ut o il W a s h in g t o n .

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m o n th s th e re b y sav in g in te re s t and le g a l-e xon th e p e n se s . . _____

^ V o T new schoo ls , w hen y o u r T h e p o o r account w hich w as q u o te d .j a f t r r w a itin g f . .r som e tim e , he piestion d ecisive ly d e fe a t- a t $0,000 and w h ich w as q u e s tn m ed h mt. t l , | . y , |h u r> t w h e re hep ro p o s . " . w*a s ex p la in ed th a t $2,470 had been fOUnd h ts ch ild ren a s le e p .

.. *k T h e next m orning the w i'e re tu m -p tw i, - . . . ed a n d W ash in g to n u p b ra id e tl h e r forc h a r g e s ; $1,24C, f o r re n ts and m o re him She knew th a t 1

c o u ld .n o t t r a d an*F-~dlt i**t . k n ov ; w hich a m an fifty cen ts t p u t him on th e r ig h t c a r .

S in ce ttu it f irs t ep iw ide, M is. I res- ed m a rs h a ls . - * h a s le ft he ,

T o th e question i f it would ^ V . T m T o u r t . n M o m l.e lockers c h e a p e r , to em ploy a n e n g in e e r a t , - 4>< ,have n e v e r been ^ l a r y . it w as an sw ered th a t * v .-k ev a w elllocks did no t fit a n d f th j, im p ro w m e n ts w ere m ade ^ *

B ri.lg m sn F ife r o f in tro d u c in g p e rs o n a l b ia s p o o r; 426,000 to r pn> i n

' ' 'T r t s t e e 'T r l c 1 A ustin m ovetl th a t t h a ^ $8 .0 0 0 fo r g r o y n e s and coal th e e iltire inc iden t be co n sid e red closed.w T h e m otion w as e a r n e dunanim ously .

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hy 'U is t r i e t C lerk D an to n w as on . fn .m H ack e r and H a c k e r , ' a rc h ite c ts

.T h e reason fo r th e increase in the police d e p a r tm e n t is fo r th e s a la r ie s

lam m ously . a fo r th e e x tra po lice t( be ap p o in te dA m ong th e com m u n ica tio n s re a d jR ^ e to w n sh ip an d recen tly a p p o in t * i . . . i q.._l, n im ln n WIS one ...I m ndiik iili * o

ln e ar .h in r to nw ith th e com pany ........them a n d " th e y w ould *enJ * .* F o s te r o u t from N ew ark to re p a ir them . He h a s no t d o n e so to d a te .

Resignations w ere received from Miss M arion D ehn, an d M iss D oro thy W in te rsm u th . M isses M ary

a p e rc en tag e . t>11 -v e ra l tim e sT h e W a te r defic it -^a e x p la in ed . ,

th a t th e only re m ed y w ould I*' to ra is e th e ra te s , an d th e co m m issio n e rs w e re advised to such a m ove .

W ashingtonh a i s p e n t everaf te rm * in ja d fo r b e in g d ru n k , and fro m th e to r ie . toln by b o th p a rtie s . J u d g e I t ie . l in d id not

a . . . . J------ _ ---------- th in k th a t th e y w e re any c r e d i t toT h e com m itte e a f te r q u e s tio n in g ly n r th u r - . t , a lth o u g h it w as p ro v e .

. .^ ^ L . in i t a r a lit hi T i trills >L-< U . .kiniH .tl n ra Ofl

appoin ted in their placesT h e c o m m u n ic a t io n f r o m t h e l a x

- 1 . '1Irnera were the commissioners on other items th'B, Waahington. prayed on hi kneeBossit and Helen U Lem discussed at the Taxpayers1 Assocta- oft(, Thr thouirht that I.ynd

, l#A. tion. were satisfied that the budget burat would not m a t them, and n . which is correct, and made no protest All f, rt wuld be t-tter ..(* without the

pers ass,R ation wju. reM ^ tion , ere satisfacUtnly answer- , tck^niiack. (; , rrltKrn mur, i ha.l better be committed inshould not pay for the " p*r , ,7 r,?mnnv of I^xii; Naples and .m e other city. Judge Hrln ord

Another communication was " a W d ^ p y '[, l ( j Spinello Con- ere,I Preston to leave Ly^dhurat this fro m H a c k e r a n d H a c k e r , a r c h i t e c t * . C o m p a n y o i 0 r m n _ * . j a . u a n ,j , f ^ h a d n ot f o n e athich requeaUd the Board to pay s^ ir tio n '>mpa n(1 . y the end of the week, he would W - a i lfor drawing* made at the time cob Jacques, a contract to Hackensack for ninety daywas c o n te m p la te d improving the o t h e r c o m p a n ie s ^ ^ W M W n || fa . ,t e t o w d that it wouldHigh School ground*, at a cort of conatruct the ** * t Chief 1 .an. tel I.They also requeued the hoard to ride Avenue. oromiaMl U. r him th* n ece .sa f)

, pay $507.90 for draw ing, made for T h , bid* were on vrioa tttntJi bt P * Frrston jumped atthe improvement o f the walk* and n0 ((in were received for the chance of getting mone> In sickproperty, which h a . been completed W|irk w a . submitted All propol* way, and a*ked W*hen d,.in frt>nt of the Hiffh School buildin#- werT referred,to tta g - , get the money ?**

A m o n g the bill rendered waa one ^ y ^ t i o n , and a report will be pre ^ t o ^ u , get room* for Hi f r $22,58 from Fred Saum for m- at the meeUng to f *airting *f three boy*. Ru.M urancr o n g\.aaa in Columbus School. Commissioner* next Monday w ^ #^ v, n IWx k I . hi.ne a4 Ho*.

Trustee Harvey, chairman of the nlnj tr t , six year o f age, litla w ife pe-cnmmittee on improving the bane- Commissioner Smith recommended to return to him and himaelf.ment of - the High School had no re- p rrn Avenue, 'between W'eari ^ hen he wa* ready to move, theports, neither did any of the chair- Ridge Road be improved, and c^irf would giire him th* *ren dolmen of the different chool*. fo r e st Avenue be improved, between

M en d M * n #*n 'K - . .> ' *m h ---U . a hfa t l i *d tu m a k * |*|* la in * t in * o f t h r im-IUm I M ig g r id r d ( h a t th * l a* t i a a n ^ p t r s t in to m r o s b * r h t p hu t h r la d r .\% h *fM r * | n iiw l i n a t l *- I. Im . -on o o ft.I n f ' I i * *1*1* n t K r * t f t t m . .u n *U l th a t th r l id i-* M *uld t -

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JOHN SENESE DIED TUESDAY

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it was moat indefinite. He also ^ innnw odaliocu n w refertfd paper, my uwef* iiprm M wii for_Stated that he would like similar re- ^ ^ law,,department and engineer lh, ^ U ed id v,*e o f i .tnfnline gtvan

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TH E COMMERCIAL LEADER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15,1929

RUTHERFORD REPUBUCAN CLUB PAYS TRIBUTE TO ABE

, , , power. M usic! E n te r ta in m e n tAbraham Lincoln, the founder and first President of the Republican wQrk V u pnded God Musif w | | diapenlied during the

Party, was immortalized once more by the members and friends of the without notice or warn;ng , tof,k him d in n e r by the Lambert. Trio w hichRutherford Republican Club Tuesday evening at the annual dinner field ,unto go we can say he called forth much applause. Thein the Woman s' Club m FairvieW Avenue, The great statesman and rose fro m sh ad o w and w e n t in m is t, n e r w a s served by W illiam W h it-true American was paid a sterling tribute by the speakers Who gave And in y e a r s to com e, no d ra m a , ta k e r , steward of the U nion C lub,a word picture of ,his inimitable personality. no tragedy, w ill be filled w ith g r e a t j h e room was a t t r a c t iv e ly d eco ra ted

4n Impressive Affair .and every year, so th a t a local e r w onder, or be fo llow ed by man* ln A m erican colors and th e p ic tu reM ore than one hundred and fifty | coQnty man such as 1 am can hone k ind w ith d e e p e r fe e lin g th a n th a t 0f Lincoln artistically d ra p e d w ith

m en and women gathered members t0 3,1,1 l iu le fo r >o u r ed ifica tion . In j w hich te lls ; th e s to ry o f h is life and the American F la* s to o d on a ped-and friends o f the R epub lican C lub it ma> b'- that what is sai S * i5 7 5T he Dictator * 0 0 0 0 0 1265 it >395T he Erakiac Six t t t 60 it 045

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IRUK q u a n t i t i e s o f a s p e c ia l g r a d e o f o il are re q u ire d ln th e o p e ra t io n o f e v e ry s w i tc h in g s t a t i o n o f P u b lic

S S e rv ic e E le c t r ic a n d G a s C o m p a n y . Thin o il Is u sedwitches, for

double p u rp o se of I n s u la t in g a n d cooling the appara- th e h u g e quantities o f electrical

through the station. 1vast q u a n t i ty of oil necessary at a large switching

station Is shown by the fact that the new Roseland station of Public Service Electric and Uaa Company will require when completed approximately 1,000,000 gallons.

The above picture shows four of the ultimate six storage tanks of 20,000 gallons capacity each which form part

of the oil cleaning and storage system at Roseland. Two of these shown above hold the oil before It is purllled. After the oil la passed through the purification system, which la composed of centrifugal purifiers and Alter presses. It is put In the remaining tanka for storage. When tests show that the oil in any switch or transformer needs changing. It is pumped directly by pipe line to the Impure oil tank, being replaced by oil from the tasks hoJdlag clean oil.

In order to cut down on the amount ot oil kept la storage, and In order to savs time, the oil from the transformers Is usually piped directly to the purifiers and back Into the transformer tank.

T H E S T U D E B A K E R C O M M A N D E R C O N V E R T I B L E C A B R I O L E T with ha open H id doaed car advantages, strikingly exrmpttfie the martnaaa a t the entire new Studebaker fine. M anyJ T i r T L i 1 del 00 * * pl*y t New Y ork autom obile show.* J * hydr,uhc l6ock *b* 3r bera, ball bearing spring hactrfca. non-shatterable w m fetueld and

* rin wbeel- 1* available w ith (n igh t eight m otor a t *164S o r u cylinder 1110 pncea a t the factory, including n x wire wheda and luggage rack. T he new C om m ander to a w orthy heir to its gallant predeceaaor w hich traveled 25,000 m tka in k aa than 23 0M minute; a record excelled only by th e Studebaker President

Local V m Attend M e e tk f A t Y .W .C A .

TH E COMMERC IA L L E A PS *. FRIDAY. FEBHUAKY IV I W

A*hSt. T hom a* Spiaeopai Church an Wednesday with Holy communion at 10 o'clock in the moraine, and evenni p r a m . * 7 . * ennon t

night h r th* radar, h t . I M i G. Faber Member* ai SL Marya Guild attended the morning aeroce and remained for the m l of the day at the Pariah Hall to anr.

Mia. Inaila Tra*, f Laag 1aland haa been a Ih* h aaa a l M n. Sndae Park A n w

Nach. n atter a t Ornea of

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t s s e t r s

N S c MTakes

The Dangerous Physical Strain of Abstinence from M eat

Out of the Lenten Fast

SCOUT NOTES

Y OU cant settle down to the Lenten F u t today without inviting a run down condition, lot o f time from business and a big doctor bill to boot.

Intelligent house wive meet the need of a nourish-

W r i f to yaur naaratl Jmmum Branch fo r

"AffatUdmf V tm f r C * II* # * C k n .

in g m eat su bstitu te for Lent w ith JANSSEN S r p v im r n COTTAGE CHEESE. They doubled our ales o f it last Lent and everybody was satisfied.

"SATISFIED w e M i d a n d m e an it! Y o u b i le In to o u r c re a m e d c o t ta g e e h e e s e ^ i th th e sam e aenae o f rea l e a tin g th a t m a rk s th e m a a tica tio n o f a go o d ju ie y a leak a n d wedont mean maybe, / ______ ._____ _

T h e p o s itiv e p ro te in c o n te n t o f g o o d c o lla g e eh e ea e lik e JANSSENS m a k e s it a g e n u in e " s u b s ta n c e food .

AND THEN THERES THE CREAM. N o t ju a t a d a b to g ive th e p ro d u c t a n a m e b u t g o b s o f i t to aa au re th a t c re a m y ta s te th a t m a k e s y o u th in k o f s u m m e r fie ld s a n d co w i ch e w in g b u t te r c u p s a n d d a is ie a .

JANSSENS CREAMED COTTAGE CHEESE is a n a c h ie v e m e n t in m o d e rn d a iry p ro d u c tio n th a t r e a c h e s i ts p in n a c le o f u se fu ln e s s in L e n t aa a p le a s in g a n d n o u r is h in g subati- tu te fo r m e a t. G ive th e J a n s s e n M an y o u r s ta n d in g o r d e r f o r i t n o w , a t th e b e g in n in g o f th e L e n te n p e r io d .

. J A N S S E N SC A L L R U T H E R F O R D 2 150

Authorized Distributers in Bergen County for Walker Gordon Products.

' o ; _Mr*. Krnest U w r i t , pm i h a l of

th * Ljrndhayat l > n of the S n Jar- aey Women' Republican i"lub. Mr> W illiam H. M o m , aecretary, of the l_a it ; Mr*. Cheater H. F n tu n y .

at th e local Hoard of E daca d Mrm. A S. Frank,

o f th e I'a it, and a a t th e N n Jeraey S U te

W omen' Republican Hub, atten d ed th e n a f e m n on Im proving lb* Prim ary Kick' wa* held under I ho. auaptcee o f th e New Jeravy I m | W o f W omeii Voter* in the Y W. C. A. on Friday afternoon Mr* Frank w aa one o f th e *ponn and t e n n l on th e com m ittee for the conference Mr. Charlea StnikUm ami Mr*. Hen r ie t t* Jiawea. u t RitiKritoud-were *lo m em ber* o f th e committee.

One of the interesting Improvement* uggeoted ere having, the candidate*' name on the balloU 'ar ranged in alphabetical order, and de-J"

j void of alogan* Thu-w ill top th*l practice of forming bracket* Thi bill it being introduced in the l.egi* lature by Senator Wolber for Com miaaioned governed citie under the Waloh Art.

Thi* act would effect the township of l.yndhurat, which i |o v e m n l under the Commiaaion form of govern ment.

W om ens Missionary Society Hold Social | M eeting on Thursday

The Woman' Mtmionary Society o f the Reed Memorial I'm ted Ire* byterian Church held * octal meet ing on Thuraday evening at the, home of Mra. Joaeph Aldndgr of Jay Avenue, with about twenty member* preaent.

While the ladie> planned activities for the next few month*, their needl lea (lew on article to be Id at the b a u ar to be held by'the society in the fall. Th. member* of the committee appointed for the twiner are Mr*,. Joaeph Aldridge, chair man; Mr*. Kmntun and Mr Schmlch. 7

When the ladle* jhml tired o f then aewing, Mm. Aldndge. leeryed'. dainty, refreshment* and all enjoyed a social time.

The regular devotional meeting will be held at the church ult^Thur* day afternoon, February 21 at twop : m

The member* of the Society will attend the World'* I)) of Prayer to be held at the Methodut Church on Friday afternoon, at 2.So I M when all church meniber&.and other in I.yndhumt will unite with the world in prayer on the dy set aside aa the World'* Day of Prayer.

By IhU MaadayLast Fnday int end o f having I k n r

regular Boy Scout meeting Troop Three )*a taeyad to the Rutherford Haytut Church to wvtneaa the doing* at a magician with quite a few year* aiperiaa ce Thu magvtan. Charlea K*Uy aa hi* name waa I kept ev ery areal that araa preaont la a high de gree of piang amaeem.nt H u antic* were numero* aad of an agreeable aatare. A number o f the tncka th a t.b e performed were qu ite perplexing 1 and when be had com pleted hi performance the crie for

Y. M. C A IS TO BE ESTABLISHED

IN RUTHERFORD

A Young Mam's < hnrttsn Aie-nta turn Will be established tn Kulhrr M , i no an aaaured fart, after evrral yrar* of work on the pr*H*ct by many prominent Usen* of Hull erford

The actual o f t on tKe aaaoatation ill beffin thi Knday, Km lieraM Tamblyn, former *vretar) of the American Near l-wat Relief t'omrwii 1er in lm *. Kgyp*. ami who haa been cluaely connected with Y oung Men's I'hrtstian AaattrlaUo a o r i in Philaaielphia, and New Yort. la U brgm hi duUaa aa communit ) ierre tary of the Rutherford Rran*h

S e v e n w Meyer ia fw era l Ksir man of the committee irran ftn f fut a drtv* to obtain I#.** to hr f in the acUviUea O lhefi oft the roiamute^ are FYedeilck W. 1 ightfout. John A Kehlnbeck, leorfv K Call*)a, and William Mckensie

The committee ha maaie a urvey of the facilities *arti aquiprnm t avail able in Rutherford, ami have nveiVni the mpjmrt of all of the vhurvhea in the btihiuih The litmnl of Ktu a tkm han al.* oifrtr%\ It * aMtBtanrr-. amt thr une of .Srni**r Mifh. an1 I'nion Junior High Sch*l gymna luma.

Thr committre ha ala. ft*uni tK*at there nr*- about tr>ri hunM an H JOth "X-.^lego gradi a te U ..a i t h e ir re ro rv l m a n y tt*tte* h ot yow m u .t b y e y o u r r e c o r d 4 * * * , " * . I>r M on

l>r M wrv announced that of tKe H I M men paroled, .oily I M l have had to be returned for l>!ek!i| their wrote, or lee than twelve pet owl Man) of the men paroled ha CopsUnd

Avenue, waa found guilty o f reck Ira driving on W ashington Avenue, Nut ley, and was found guilty and flned tw'enty-five dollar hy Recorder William .Smith, in the Nutley , |Mlicr court on Monday night.

I)e Lrllih did not have thr monry with him, and the court gave him until thr following day to pay.

T.a l k b o a tB A R G A I N S !

E L E C T R I C I T Y

adT O U R E Y E S

P ROGRESS h s [yeen m ade, during the last few years, in the science o f illu m in ation . T h e

im portance o f conserving eyesight has led to a better understanding o f the way in w hich correct hom e ligh tin g guards against ey e strain and its en su in g evils.

There is no reason why you nhould not have in your home lighting which meets all the requirements of modern optical science.

There is no reason why you should subject yourself, or your children, to the risk of injuries to eyes which result from incorrect illumination. '

There is no reason why you should not enjoy, when you read, when you perform your household duties and on every other occasion, good lighting.

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C orrect w iring o f your h om e is o n e essentia l; another is the use c ' th e right size an d quality o f electric lam p. In regard to both o f th e m atters, the advice o f ou r trained experts is alway* at your service.

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RUii ServiccElectrk adGasCoi*any

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The low eel prier* **W lor p**h qualit tire*.

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to* la la the forra ml a real a be fo lU ad. Aat

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GEO. H. HOLDENRoofing and Sheet Metal

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THE COMMERCIAL LEADER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY . 1929

P 0 RBT GUT SA VINO

LOUIS CRUPI TRANSFERS TO RUTH. H.S.

THE SET-UPBy J o se p h M a r c h

LYNDHURST COURT TEAM LOSES TWO MORE GAMES DURING WEEK

SPORT COMMENTime faith futa some columns hack, otfce Since then we have added

d in n e rs Bring on any sort of aPEACE PACTS, V e notified our ,irc tile ere.mi in this reporter- .inothcMike Bring on your (ooth...

' , r , t iomcT to that But football cfrmwfs yum, yuia- Wc wereiMthered= in Odd Fellows Hall the other sun down paying e Hn-h School gridderc W e had no sooner stepped into ic iou 'hall th..t i ' the O d d Fellow, place, when immediately

tb.ill dinners wa- born. ' Decoration#,, music, -peeche

dinner, one t those hom i'jc t h the alni *t ip:- that likin-t' !*' and cal.. 4+4 as wc .wouUol hoppin^ ujurging

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ngs al(.nc.ciij,,.not hit the pot Just ng nicely, a rotund gentleman made a habitgesticulating wildly with a song program and. about there being a long, lone trail winding:' any body cared!

s o r t o f co in-I here is. about stu b a banquet a pleasant r id ,ire A sort of hail. hail! and that stuff. Things are a little cold at thi beginning, to be sure. M utual g re e tin g and stiff , u k 1 s . But about the time we started chasing the chicken legs around the table things had arm ed up considerably, l o Iks cast side glances and shouted greetings to friends three tables

.wav. L w n the singing began to .b e enjoyed.

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Mr IiaKinett it is whom wc dnt k \ *1 w-* v c rt 1 >'.la ir Hut after, the elw overy

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tijw away a . set ut up m his W est finger. You know,

column arrives a. day 01 susinning p,i"ion ol both, ol us ,is an intense desire t O l inn's, knuckles suc-h as only -Clin- HocUer c l Fortieth Street, New York, place, 'we were liiigct regular Damons and Pythiases.

Mr (icorgc Holden sal close by us Mr H football onceWith the old Ijnions, Mr Holden \*,h,Ike Aaron's Lyndhurst A C . baskctballer- ol a

just ahont the snappiest ol loeal ball outfits,. ..._ sat Harvey Hartemann's-pop. M r 'Harteniaiiu ptoud and indignant over the. fact that this author's penchant was leaving ter or two or three out of the lanuly name, shxed, Mr 'sfixed. Down the table a bit Mr William Harvey joined in the singing-vwttj nis-h i-n t it?.. Mr. Harvey's feelings were as a prolessi

flock of .amateurs, xfcfc being quite snooty over the ,lacl

"Larropin Lou Will Strive To (on- tillin' Hi Excellent Itfo in l < m piled Her*- On th e B lue and W h ite Athletic Team. *

W O N D E R !-' ! ' ! . L IN E H L I 'M .E K

L a rro p in ' Lou" C rup i has h is Ifist a th le tic (fame fo r L y n d h u rst H ig h Sell!. H e conclud e d h is studie .- a t th e local school in F e b ru a ry a n d will c o n tin u e in R u th e rfo rd H igh.

No d e fin ite reason f o r h is t r a n s fe ra l has been g iven , h u t it is well known th a t th e y o u n g s te r w ho co m pile.!' h w o n d e rfu l re c o rd in local .-.ports and w a - , a lw ay s a co lo rfu l f ig u re on a n y field, w as c o n te m p la tin g a ch an g e fo r som e tim e ,

1 jiywill h av e com ple ted th e tw e n ty w eek s tu o y a t th e R u th e rfo rd ..hool m i . .try be fo re a s tu d en t

c a n co in |)e te in open a th le tic s by th e tim e n e x t foo tball .-eason ro lls a round. O v e r in the B lue a n d W hite c ity they a re hop ing to see C rup i hold up th e score he m a d e here .

On th e b a se b a ll field he had an u n excelled re c o rd in th.* field and he w ie th e t e a m d h e a v ie s t h itte r . F o o & ja tl, w a i h is diVh, th o u g h . '

EX pected to S ta r A backfie l.l m an from th e day he

st a rti-.l To tn y a ro u n d witli.. .it 1 tig-

T hc author o f the W I L D P A R T Y takes the readers o f his recent com tribution to th e .p octry sh e lf behind the scen es o f fistiana If we desired to get i t th is review w ithout too much ado w e m ig h t write that Mr. M arch paints a sharp accurate picture o f boxing It leav es the game p ro esSWo. it is, you w ill agree a f te r re a d in g the Set U p s naked, s h o rn o f th e gla_ m our golden penned n e w sp a p e r p e o p le have throw n about It, an a , l b o x in g i ^ aj all sensitive, .a b a sh e d

Poetry lovers, m o re e x p e r ie n c e d and m ore d o t in g th a n th e w r ite r , playe*f w ho takes his poetry o r leav es it and d o e s m u ch o f th e la t te r say th a t

the w ork is nothing m o re th a n so m e tim es rh y m in g , so m etim es ry th m ic pose. -----

W e w ont argue th e p o in t W e a rc m o re c o n c e rn e d w ith th e s p ir it i t saps f ro m boxing Less w ith : " I s it a r t 1

N e v e r fo r a m o m e n t a re w e led to b e lie v e b y th e a u th o r th a t h e is t a k in g us into th a t b e je w e lle d pa lace t h a t / h . luses th e to lle rs o f th e g loves. T h e M adison Square G a rd e n T h e "Sterie o f M a r c h s fistic a ffa irs is a reform ed horse s h e d . 1 '< -< t M a rc h s to r ie s o f a d u s k y b a t t le r w h o se c a r eer is strangely similar in som e re s p e c ts to th o se of H arry W ills and jack j J o h n s o n , tw o m en of c o lo r, w h o h a v e m ad e b o x in g h is to ry

P any is a c o lo re d fig h te r . P a n s y is good H e w as su p p le o f b u ild ,G ra c e fu l,T r im : -...H e a v y ab o v e ,W ith legs slim.Compact ,N e a t

1 V 'C n b e d b y M a r c h he is: ,

D u m o n t and C lo ste r B oth Take M easu re O f B lue an d G o ld B asketeers D u m o n t S w am ps Locals C lo ste r G am e H a rd F o u g h t and D ecided In Last M in u te O f P lay L y n d h u rs t G ym nasium . S cene of C lo s te r B a ttle.

Idefi who use whimpered that ouple ot years Next to Mr

i toMrlack

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sk in , ( 'ru p i shorn* on L y n d h u rs t H igh te a m s a s a n offensive t h r e a t a n d a m an on th e defunge to liscourage any o p p o s in g a t ta c k s .

W h eth e r hi* will g a in a back fie ld p o st in R u th e rfo rd re m a in s tff f^t, i lie picks his holes witi

' " M e a n as a p a n th e r .C r a f ty a fox H e c .m id h it tik e a m u te A nd h e k n e w h o w to box

He rises to th e e s ta te o f fo re m o s t c o n te n d e r f o r th e m id d le w e ig h t c ro w n He raps u p o n th e d o o r o f th e c h a m p io n B u t th e c h a m p o inh e ed s not to those a n d su c c e ed in g ra p s .

U nable to keep h im s e lf a lo n g th e s t ra ig h t a n d n a r ro w p a th , P a n s y is J w on, 10-4, a r ts e n t to ja il. m ont scored a

" A d is se c tio n o f h is p r iv a te life , --------------- R c v.-n h Hj t r e h a d -a n -e j t t r a w tfc ,------------------ ------- -------

A n d th re e s c ra w n y b r a t s L iv in g like sew e r r a ts .

Olsenites Show Inability to Finish Strong p-------

H e m i^ h t n o t be w o r th a k in g d o m , b u t a ba.k u u a r d w o u ld c o m e in d a rn h a n d y to L y n d h u r s t Hith s d rib b lv a r t i s t ' n g h t6n o w .

T w o J an ie s w e n t th e w a y - o f a ^>d n ia n y previouis f r a y s a t th e en d in g o t la^t w eek a n d th e b e y in iiif tn ***! th is >even day' e ra . D u m o n t w h ip p e d tin- B lue a n d (i()lder> at Ih im o n t , h rid a \T > ^> 1 , a n d C l o s e r c o p p e d a w arm .itfu ir a t th e local ^ y m n a -ru m , 2 2 -Z 1, M o n d a y e v e n in g

In each ^ a m e L y n d h u rs t show ed ish . T ra i l in g fo r th re e quarters and an a la rm in g need fo r a back ^ u a rd . w ell in to th e fo u r th , C lo s te r cam e A g u a rd who w ould s ta y back u n d er up from now here to p u sh in to th e h is own b ask e t. T im e a f t e r tim e op- lead and h*>ld it up to th e final posing- fo rw a rd s d a sh e d f r e e to fint w h istle , th e B lue an d Gold hoop u n g u ard ed .P a r tic u la r ly tru e w as th is in the C lo ste r ffam e, w hen one hand sho ts from u n d e r L y n d h u rs ts b a sk e t Kave the gam e aw ay .

H irm an F o re s ts M o\ed To describe th e D um ont vrame one

m u s t f irs t p o in t o u t th e s a lien t f e a tu re s o f the D um ont g ym nasium . It is a low a ffa ir , w ith wooden beam s in th e . m iddle of th e ce iling , ham p er- in g loiijg sh o ts. M ore th a n onc^ J*Iutand Gold passes became tangled with th*- st w h e th e r o r n o t the L a rru p in g p i ty in

th e g ird e rs .

T h a t, how ever, w as expec ted . The d e fe a t w asn t. T hose w ho saw th e f irs t D um ont g am e w hich ly n d h u r s t

s till m ystified . Du- lingle b a sk e t in th a t

iiiim e, th a t long a f te r th e f irs t h a lfhad. fiasse

H ere is A uslander's picture:

Sullen and sudden through thc dark flat air; T h ^ ^ ^ ^ C Q U g f t t r p fategm retched ev erywehcrct T he belching; and somewhere the splashing of stinking Tobacco juice, somewhere the smell of men drinking."

Victtnis, vilc, ^ n o r a n t all th ree th ink of the crowds who watch prizeT hc same spirit is evident in Masefields spectators:

T h a t's thc style Bill, give him hell!

T h e fo o tb a ll > sa t b ack s to th e >i th a t e a r b c lm ^ > to th e s h o w w ith h is s in g in g ,

. f r o m th e v an tag e ot th e "H .im d e tti N T T in ja d d iru ^ ia w

T H A I L E A C il E

quad w asherded together at one table. The player^ ludience. It was: That s Iron Mike neck And Mr ( '.ivipi Mr Motorcycle ('op Peters almost stoic

W alter Mitchell sneered down on the folks rchestras platfortn Mr County Detective and order To"the occiisu>n

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t.iIt give>' us sincere drsplcaMir pact which wa> recently pcr.pcrtr.it Army Navy o r . Princeton Harvard. Alter . helped cement friendship, gnd sport.Mnan> ball season-, Nutlcy decided that next yea Belleville No reason (eemed to he breaking in th e right d irec tio n . N utley applied to local au tho rities for a p lace on next y e a rs schedule. Cautiously, Coach O lsen , wrote hack th a t next y ea r is already filled up, h u t in 1

THE COMMERCIAL LEADER, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1% 1 W

- * 4Miss A nn ette S a tin o WOMEN TO HOLD

Entertained Friends D AY O F PRAYERA t V alen tin e P arty AT M. E. CHURCH

M iss Annette Snvino, daughter of*M r. an d Mrs. Carmine S av ino , o f Hiiige R oad , e n te r ta in e d a t a Valen

Friday i l l be obnerved a s a w orld H idee R oad, e n te r ta in e d a t a .'a ien - d a y a t th e h o sp ita l, an d hen he a s t in e p a r ty a t her hom e on F r id a y t h i s a n n u a l e v e n t is sp o n so red by evening. Tfte guests were members the C ouncil of Women for H om e Mis- o f th e Girl S c o u t P n tro l , o f T ro o p sions and the Federation of Women's Tw o, L y n d h u rs t Girl S cou ts . B o ard s o f F o re ig n M ission*.

Th h o u se was p re t t i ly d e c o ra te d jt w |j| ^ a union serv ice to bewith red hearts an d red and w h ite a l ^ M eth o d ist C hurch . Thestreamers and dainty white cu p id s , p ro g ra m w ill inc lude meditation who were sh o o tin g d a r t s a t th e ,(narty is n o t q u ite c o m p le te y rs J a m e s T a i t . 1 ro te s ta n t B f i - w ith o u t a few bo y s . R o b ert C o llin s , ', r h u p r h . M rs. T h o m as H. W illiam F ly n n , W tllu u n l aw fe , > W a lsh , p re s id e n t o f W o m an 's

Christian Temperance Vnion.

a a a D a o a g a a a a D ftCHa i ^

Higgins and W alter Uow invited und were present0 t t f i O t t O C 8 D O D O O D O D i

w ere a lso

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Tfefe U n t 1 * 0 M . * * jS u n d a y s C o n t in u o u s ^

S U N D A Y , M O N D A Y . F E B R U A R Y 1" - 1 SINGAPORE MUTINY

with Estelle Taylor

Rex Bell in TAKING A CHANCE

T U E S D A Y , W E D N E S D A Y , F E B R U A T * ~CORINNE GRIFFITH in OUTCASI

LADIES OF THE NIGHT CLUB -r-------------with Ricardo Cxirtez

Mr. a w l Mrs. T . D o b Entertained G uests On Saturday Evening

M r. a n ti M r . T h o m a s D u n n , o f P a r k P l a t e , e n t e r t a in e d a g r o u p o f f r ie n d s a t t h e t r h o m e o n S a t u r d a y e v e n in g , tri h o n o r o f M r * . P u n *

b ir th d a y

T h e d e c o r a t io n a c r e s u it a b le f o r th r V a le n t in s e a v m . w i t h re d a n d w h ite d r e a m e r ? , ik e f a v o r m e re re d h d th e b ir th d a y c a k e w a s art.* t i c a l ly d e c o r a t e d w ith m i k i n * a n d tin y red c a n d le .. T h e evening; v a s p le a s a n tly p e n t

w ith d a n c in g , ungtng a n d g a m e .H aro ld D unn e n te r ta in e d w ith e a -

h ib ition dancinff. A t m n in ig h ; a d r - liffh tfu l su p p er w as .-erved

The ' guet s w ere M r am i Mt * J F o rsh e e a n d J u liu s and t e a t n e e K r shee, o f !U*lievilie, M r a n d Mr>. F ra n k

~ A i r ien , n f N u tiry ; Mi* frJsie t vf*-r. C h arle s an d E dw in H ender> on . l i a r old D unn . M rs. E lu a tw th P e t> r ^ Mi e s Jo se p h in e H ill. C ath erin - D unn, Mr. Alicia R eilly . tie < rg v D unn, of L y n d h u rs t.

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Mr. and Mrs. Lydiate Entertained G uests

Mr. anI Mr*. t e o rg e L y d ia te , o f S um ftie r Av enue , e n te r ta in e d : n u m ber \f th e i r fr ien d s a t th e ir hom e. Dancinff, m usic and g a m e - w ith a su p p e r a t m id n ig h t, w e re the f e a t u r e ' o f l i f ti n ing* j . 'Vir--

T he jfuesLa we re ; M r. and M rs. E . H oughton , M rs. M ary O V onftrtr, Mr. and M rs. J o h n H tffffins, Mr. and M iV Jo sep h (m tTan, Mr a n d M rs. t ie o rg e L y d ia te , J r . , Blisses A nna , ( a th e r in e and Rose lrafT an , a n d J a n ie ' t 'a r - m an, J r . all of ly n d h u r s t ; . Mi.vT F lo rence M ead, o f R u th e r fo rd ; Mi* and M+- R oland K H am m ond, an d laughter. M iss A u d rey H am m om tT o f B rooklyn. an d Jo h n J C h am b e rs , o f New Y ork .

Bergen Co. Council O f U nits T o Hold

FSATERSJTT CttVt*TKRS l i m T K A . FKB. I*TH

Fraternity Chapter, Outer f ta*- t*m Star will hnld a Stiver Ten at the Mawmi. t'lnb. |>n..red by tj*eSeven l i s t e r s , on H V in w rfsy a f te r noon. February .#Mli K w tjsa * I n i M f in v ited . kJaW rw i* plan* have hern made by the Seven Staters.

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KEARNY TRACKMAN SHOW ING SPLENDID

FORM AT MEETSTrndmasi of S c w l i l T r*n . HU

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M. L CHURCHT h e toy i&* t h e * * n u n g

a t th e M etl*w tl t e t r f c .thi* Sunday. Hr the p*t*e ihm )**+ iir* * rg e T m s n ta s a . wiii .he- 'A t - ry AU th e W a y ,* w h ile th * U ih Ke ;w**ors II W er. l*Aw*ard H ayer, am i th e h*st and hoft Mr anl Mr-* S c h m ketistew i. nnd d a u g h te r , Mi^* HHa S chnrcketis t- and > *n A r th u r , Jr

K e arn y , th a t ha* de*edof*rd a> p a ti te fo r un'^ful I r V i tMtin *

* 7 ' be ing fuU ) *atisfW d by th r ont> *ne A vanue, ^ H a ro ld -J a r d in e I mWr thea n n iv e rsa ry *'f mA|f1t A ngers o f th e .C a rd in a l d i r ^hom e on Tue#^ 0 f ru n n in g a g re e n i*utftt o%et

w hich fo lk s WMWirnod ta*t >a t sh ow ing all w r ta o f fo rm and p*>* ibtlitie^

A t thi. a lm o it early d m aU a iv b r ng fav o rind igo tat* nvetH* L a t w eek they ra n aw ay w ith th r L incoln rnee t a .t* th e ir vtt*t-m In

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William K. Ft Fyck avenue, I y> service t*f H. Hr-Hn|f now -connected * i t l

-o u r of V44 T enth u rs t , has le ft th e

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Mr. Iron Mike DeRenxis Will Stay In Lyndhurst

P e te rs* 11 j S t y \ t Aunt avenue . I .y n d h u rs t.

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J a m e s A t i r a d y , M rs. J a m e s tirady vvT lwi> x a ^ n a Im* .*t th e H a e k rn ia c k H

mi o f Mr and t R idge R oad,

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T h e follow ing films will be shown at the Ritz Theatre

Sunday and M onday, F e b ru a ry 17 fa ir w ith th e re s u lt th a t h e r d au*h - and 18 S in g ap o re M u tin y . F . B. j te r h a s a_serious n e rv o u s b reak d o w n - 0 . p roduction . P re s e n tin g E s te lle b u t F a te and th e docto r Taylor in th e re le o f an ad v en tu ress whose presence on th e 't r a m p ' f r e ig h te r , bound fo r S in g a p o re , in vo lves th e officers an d crew in a dead ly feud th a t leads to m u tin y and sh ipw reck a s th e s to ry develops.A d u lt en te r ta in m e n t.

T a k in g A C hance." F ox productio n , fe a tu r in g Lola T odd and Hex Bell. F ro m th e novel, " T h & ^ m t o f C a lam ity G ulch ," by R ichard H ret H a r te . A co lo rfu l s to ry o f the W est C upid ta k e s a hand w hen a cow- p u n ch er and a m issio n ary com bine to m ake bad m en g o < ^ A dult e n te r ta in m e n t. F ox N ews.

T u esd ay anil W ednesday, F eb ru a ry 39 and 20 "O u tc a s t. F ir s t N a tio n a l p roduction , fe a tu r in g C o rrin e G riffith. A m odernized film version of th e s tag e p lay in w hich '~E lsie F e r guson s ta r re d ten o r tw e lve y e a rs a(fo excep t th a t th e loca le h a s been changed fro m London to San F r a n cisco. T he s to ry d e a ls w ith th e . ro m ance o f a young w om an of th e te n derlo in and an id le r w hom she re g e n era tes . A d u lt, e n te r ta in m e n t.

L ad ies o f th e N ig h t C lub .

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Th a c tin g is good. E ndorsed a s a - selected p ic tu re by T he N a tio n a l B oard o f Review an d recom m ended fo r th e fam ily aud ience, includ ing young people o f h ig h school age.

C onfessions o f a W ife . F ro m th e E xce llen t S tud ios, f e a tu r in g H elene Chadw ick. F rom th e s ta g e p la y by Owen D avis. T he s to ry o f a socie ty w om an 's pass io n fo r ^ IT n b H n i a t '

i b ridge and th e d ire difficu lties h e r I u n re s tra in e d p lay le ad s hfcr into .

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b idden H o u r. M etro -G oldw yn-M ay- e r p ro d u c tio n w ith Rene A doree. R am on N o v a rro , .to o , is a t h is b est a s th e p rin c e -a t-p la y . T he s to ry o f a k in g who g ave u p h is th ro n e fo r love. V e ry e n te r ta in in g . F o r th e m a tu re aud ience.

T h e H e ro o f th e C ircu s. A U n iv e rsa l th r i l l f e a tu re m ade by th e P i t ta tu g a F ilm Co. o f I ta ly . Ma-

tained fifteen young people from Newburgh, two from Philadelphiaand one from Ohio. ____ .__

Work on the play is progressing and a rehearsal will be held on Thursday eVMiitlg. Early in the Spring the Society expects to put on one of the beat plays ever presented in Lyndhurst.

St. M arys Guild T o H old Sham rock Lunch

Sacred H eart 16th Annual Card M edley

D raw s Large Crowd

More than five hundred persons attended the sixteenth annual card parly held on Friday evening at the Franklin School by the Sacred Heart parish. The card players came from ]Lyndhurst, Rutherford, Hasbrouck |Heights, Hackensack, and o th e r , towns in the northern part of the j county.

Mrs. J. J. Breslin, sr., was chair-1 man of the committee, which was made up of members of the parish who have served on the committee for the entire sixteen years. The committee serving this year included,

R M rs BT k B ^ , i n MM re .ward" h 5 e s , J M r s .V i l ia m " k e h . The rpPrt the card party heldMrs. Thomas Landells, Mrs. Ida at the church on Tuesday ,vem ng Kennedy. Mrs. Jam es Harris, Mrs. ",o st ^ fa c to r y to all present W. B. Kelly, Mrs. Peter Stinson and About seventy-five guests attended Miss Mary Rogers. the party The committee m cK&rge

T h e attendance was so large that J * th e auditorium soon overflowed, and

Mrs. William C. Schweigert, of Watson Avenue, was hostess last Wednesday evening to the members of the St. Mary* Guild of St. Thomas Episcopal Church, when plans were made for a Shamrock Luncheon to be held at the Parish Hall, Forest

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Walter J. Rowe, of 172 Valley Brook Avenue, lodged a complaint against Frank Fleming, o f 53 Orient W ay, Rutherford, who conducts a taxi business, on charges o f tealing eight-hundred dollars from his per- son. j

In making the complaint, Rowe stated that he had one thousand dollars when he and a friend of his had gone out riding with Flem ing in his j taxi, last Sunday, and that he had i spent two hundred of the one thous- and dollars, and that Flem ing had ' stolen the eight hundred dollars.

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on h is p e rso n . He is b e in g held fo r a h e a r in g b e fo re J u d g e L eyden in H ackensack .

th e ha lls and class rooms were filled with players. The prizes were many and expensive and beautiful.

Among the local officials present were Mayor John F. Woods, Commiss io n e r Alfred H. Crankshaw, Com-

Smith, Mrs. William Schweigert, Mrs. Edward Bussing, and Mrs. H. Hol- linger. *

Mrs. Helen R. Smith, president of the Guild, presided at the meeting on Wednesday evening. Others present were: Rev. and Mrs. Franklin G. Faber, Mrs. H. R- Chankalian, Mrs . m issioned George Smith, School

ciste, Italian strong man and screen Trustee W illiam Harvey, Recorder Harry Miller, Mrs. Henrietta Hol-ldol, is the star. The story concerns John J. Breslin, jr., School Trustee linger, Mrs. W. G. Fisher, Mrs. H.

. . . the affairs of the Pommer Circus, Maurice Murphy, and Howard Bridg- H. Aston, Mrs Andrew Mullet, Mrs.fanv-Stahl production, featuring Ri- playing during the indoor season in man, president o f the Board of Edu- ^ haile* C*/}e n cardo Cortez and Barbara Leonard, a large Roman opera house. It is cation. Mrs. t . J. Pfug;

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A Y E R S G A R A G E(Frank Coscia, Prop.)

D ont take chances. Ilf your hrake* w on't hold, let us reline them with Rayhestos.

Flat cash rate You know in advance what you will have to pay. Let us quote you.

155 PARK AVE. LYNDHURST, N. J.Phone 1381 Rutherford

THERE IS NO PAIN *N ot even discomfort when W E produce your permanent wave for $9.00 in I1/* hours. Expert attendants and the patent Super-

curline process accomplished.

THE FRANKLIN SHOPPETH E SH O P O F M ODERN BEAUTY EQUIPM ENT

7-9 Franklin Place Telephone AppointmentsRutherford, N. J. Rutherford 26J5

T h a t this ordinance shall take rffect as provided by law C E R T IF IC A T IO N

^ T h is is to certify th a t the foregoing ordinance relating to taxes for 1929 and constituting the budget of the Township of LynJhjjrst for [he year aforesaid was given Public H ean n g on Thursday, February 7th, and finally adopted by th e Board of Commissioners of the Township of Lyndhurst, at a Regular m eeting held in the Town H all on Monday, February 1 1 th , 1929.

D O M IN IC K J L1VELLI,d Township Clerk

JO H N F W OODS ALFRED H CRANKSHAW GEORGE T SMITH

Commissioners

G. DEPKEN 8C SON K l e e n K o a l

54 PARK AVE.

next door to F. \V. Woolworth's 5c and 10c StoreJ

Rutherford, N .J. Phone Ruth. 2094

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W ith the appointm ent of Judge G uy L. Fake to a Federal bench in N ew Jersey, Bergen County comes in or its share of honor. Even those in New ark who be' rudged the Rutherfordian the position have failed to

ittack his integrity or uprightness, for Mr. Fake is a man 3f independent thought, a Republican by party, but syn- :honously broad-minded and well able to see both sides 3t any question.

He has often been called a " bug on taxation, when 3nel analyzes the basis of his propaganda on the park mestion or county roads, one finds that his statements are only too true, and tha t the taxes of the nation, state or county can stand watching.

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T H E R E SU L T S O F C O M P U L S O R Y IN S U R A N C E

In 1928, according to N orton L. Dods, executive secretary of the A utom otive U nderw riters Service Bureau, bills for some form of compulsory automobile liability insurance were proposed in the legislatures of -5 states, but were, in all cases, either defeated or tabled for future consideration. During the coming year it is expected that such bills will be submitted in a t least 33 of the states, though there is no reason for believing any more success in' passing them will be attained than in the past. Massachusetts is the single commonwealth where compulsory insurance has actually become law. A nd the resuk of its application there, in the opinion of M r. Dods, is hardlye n c o u r a g i n g . ........ . " _ ..... -

The law has failed to promote safety. Accidents appreciably increased, rather than decreased. M r. Dods eives as the reason for this that where carelessness or in-

A welcome hom e party was tendered to Robert Sla.S W ooby. x*n of R obert and C arry W ooby of 201 larlt Avenue on Saturday evening February Vth.

R obert has been away for the last five years, an enlisted man in the U nited States N avy

M r W ooby and his wile were met at the H udson T uk- Statioi by a large party o f friends and relatives J l 'e y were escorted to Lynd hurst w ith a flock of decorated autom obilei. M r an.) M is Th0ina* W alsh of W eart A venue presented the couple with a beautiful basket of flower*.

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O ne of M ajor P ra tts main statements is open to question. H e estimated that the Hackensack W ater Com pany's supply would be exhausted by 1933. wouidpresent five years as a maximum limit, whereas the com- 0rvaL uraa,, w w . w

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