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MRS. DC9SALD J. BAITR
PaNlafaar
The l i h i f News Eeeere* aad Oar* ratHet a n weekly newspapers atnriag tae bast irterssta af
their respective conuaum'ao. 1: is the endeiror of these journals to preasat the news la a l o u d ,
and tradiiioiui -.aimer, issisuinnig the rights of ill by accurate factual statement aai
measured reasonable opinion.
RB>« ter »*a lactodteg PvUH ««.»; Ostatte Cftta* aaa WiWaasi
C«tt&Ur»S!:.SO;S«caod C M Pastas* fahj at ftafaway. N#w 4ats>r
Soviet'dgents'
in many US agencies
By E. S»3nian
The frc^oest aonzsaikx the L'nitcJ States is ocncssrc* by *
"death *tsh" a ot^bert better wippooed than In the
Uisses-fajre sKttudt of ocr gsnvTRSteux and our people
toward Soviet espueage. Th» is K> o^deci ia Washington.
D.C
Consider the Ui secure^ pnx-tcluirs which penained. ia
August, ICTT^ third secmar\ of the 5ov»et Embassy,
suspected at Strict secret poboe coimecnoBs. to tun up at
Deck A of the library of Cocgres* aac* request as
p V
^ o r i ?«f T * xsi Sewz ctiitary strength.
A Soviet mflaary anaefce, s c r c ^ i s hkel* *n agent of the
i c m x . »asrctw«ecU} allowed to be an
a! aa uaporrasi defense *ppn>pn*tioc$
sab-cocv
i
b
carr* rpe= t? *^>r TC^*V **>y « the "pobKc" not
oed to exdode ooo-Axacrvxs* aaci acti-Americans?
In the "high-riss" category are the saadry cotmral,
sciensi&. consacrcia" azxi other Soviet exdusge groups.
»fesrn oftrs begin and end tbexr tocr* is Wuhingtca.
FroeatoJZ**ffi19~2- the naisber of Soviet and Sov»ct-bkc
vKizeas vising the L'-S. as participants nashrooraed to
tO.000 Us: year. Web deiec aaon racrabers haad-p*cied by
the $o«c; govrrniDcst at the instance of the Soviet
Cocancmsx Party, they ire inevcabk insxnaaesu of the
party's fcrtrgn mtrDi^racr operatioas, aw! every Soviet
scientific and cufcerai delegation ooctams trained secret
Aoocher Bsexal adjunct to Soviet tntdHgesce opabUmes,
in Wasbicgtsa and else* here xn oar country, ts the
SovSet-Amencan stndea: exdusge program. State Depc
official* are rriccumi to deny visas to any prospecmc Soviet
visitors, evtn those «Kk bown secret police links. Of the 400
Sov*e; "students'* mMaKrd in seen exchanges between 1964
and lQ~*. the Federal Bareaa of Investigation has identified
over 100 secret police and sslzarv istcSigcscc service
agcxts.
There is a cocsuat efion to plant secret police men oa the
suSs of represcntathres aad senators, and even more
taeaacjng is the shadovr coocngigy of secret police
"ilfegaH." »bo eater the U ^ ^ . with false idesmies and
_ focsed oe. stoics
SdS another hazard are the 33 Soviet journaSsts/'Wiib"are."
in effect. foD-Ocdged eaapkwrgs of the Soviet ConmnmtR
P*r?y. *fl mrah th«r press passes enjoy easr access to spoken
and •TJOen pofaical mtcShgencc. Fccr jocrnalisss have been
vpected on the lengthy Est of "Soviet Citizens Engaged ia
Qandescnc Operadoes Abroad" pob&shed by John Barren
m his recent booa. "KGB."
Aad, of course, eobasiy penonoel. jocmaHsts and others
froo stegire cocmiies are as much * aesace to oar
* !
icuifgy as aexoal Soviet operamrs.
Target* for Contzaantst nStrazioa are almost nntiamed oa
the baakaaf the POCOBUC «~-*"^g the Fcstagoo. the White
Hottse, the State Depc. the Njciocal Sccariry Coandl aad the
Depc of Drfesse. Po&kal parties *x*A mass orgaaxzatiotti
like the Aawricaa Federarioo of Labor, the National Assa. far
tS»c A&rvssssss* -f Cok»rrd Pr«r*f. tHr American Gvfl
liberties Unoo aad aab-gas lobbtei. also offer attractive
possibilities for penerration.
'*• the Crfitral
Ageacv, Bace the capBo) has been rife lince 19T8 with
rmson a secret pobce "mote" has woraed his way into a fop
spot there. Since the Brims. West German and rTTi*fiffi
tntd&geocc Krvioes have been seriously penetrated in the
past, there b. of coarse, BO reason to imagine the QA is
It is obvious oar internal security should be tight e n d op
aad the Hoose Coummtee on haemal Secahty should be
renored. Voters should query aQ presidential r*T4vitm an
to their views on the Soviet tnteQigence threat and how they
would handle it if ejected.
REPOIT
FtOM
WASHINGTON
Social Security pays oat about S10 billion monthly to 3S
* mflhoo ~ pcopjc ~~ m - rcnreniem -utueins, :ettsatnmy""- ana
Medicare payments. The money for benefit* is derived from
payroll Taxes paid equally by employes and their employers.
Rampant inflation has shriveled the Social Security trust
funds, with rising health-care costs aad burgeoning benefits
accounting tor much of the increased payout. The annual
cost-cf-tning adjustment, pegged to the rate of inflation, ha*
been a primary cause of the fiscal strain. To protect the
integrity of the system. Congress must act to bring income
and expenditures into line.
First, a substantial dram on the foods could be plugged by
paying for Medicare out of general revenues rather than from
Social Security payroll taxes. The underwriting of Medicare
with geoenl funds is reasonable aad justifiable in that
hospital benefits, txaHke Social Security pensions, are totafty
tmrdated to wages earned or taxes paid by beneficiaries.
By paying for Medicare out of general revenues, and by
redistributing * portion of the money used for Medicare to
the other tw« Social Security funds, the system would be
stabilized. In fact, economists predict, with that single
adjustment, a payroD-taa increase would not be repaired
until early m the next century to keep Soda] Security fiscally
tn balance.
Additionally. I have introduced legislation intended to
encourage workers to postpone their rciircjocnt aad to
remain in tbe labor force beyond the age of 65. One offl would
rescind the law requiring redrcmect at 70. aad another
mtxild eliminate Social Security payroll taxes for workers 65
and older. I have also spomoted a measure aSowiag Social
Security pensioners to have unfimned earnings without being
penalized by a loss of a portion of their benefits.
These proposals wonM aQ serve to bolster the integrity of
Secsrxry. as would
another
I sponsored
Social Security,
ould a
n o e Measure
mu
p
caQing for the termination of Social Security benefits for
prisoners.
lnddentaDy. some 940 mfllwn a year could be saved by
cutting off benefits to people in prison. The "Son of Sam"
case exposed this quirk in the law. aad h sboak) be
eliminated.
IZtts Si
SocM Security pint
umiutnwnm
ONMSrUT
la^tcbel BetgBT of 105 Acorn
Dr.. Clark. • m i l l at St.
C l o u d Uaberairy ta St.
OB paoBBay, aepi. t.
for ttaay ia tat aaaveniry's
toaaes Pro.
He w« s t a d y
batory, tbe ftae
MMfl tae eat* of April. The
ataaaat wftl be IHF<TT* in a
Vicaorioa boat la the Maida
Van: section of Loatfoa.
Don't M easy prey
TO
«D the
No itistTer bow the schesac ts describes sad
usual daims "it is pufculj legal." the
change tbe basic law of xeavtesaitxcs.
Some of the siift iriikms for cotm letters data they are
merer/ "rnarxenag" plaas becaase you are buying a
"proaact." Tbe "pradact" is esaslly s photocopied pnece of
paper oaBtsaasag a "report" oa how to get rich quickly which
yon are JBttracted to **rr-seD** to others along with s copy of
90DCHSDDtt - \JV CO*aVK«
tfleT
flVOOttCS
marketiag" is jaat a thai vea* dxxgaxiamg the real pBtaost of
the Mhiriii. To wcad vac xowciiarion letter to praspecxive
partKipsats. The ooaftdeace BHHI* the beasiji of the ess
chain-letter achesxe a* hit "avarks" do sfl the work.
The t*V*iT^ operaxor is soaasoac who jost gats the asfl
roDxag. sits hack, kts his Banks coa the si at IKS, aad thca
cMaaU h«a Aubcy. Tie data* ScOcr, &d IbeOef iMK- k k
disgsssed. is sadi s team. This herpt eiplan why
caaavlettcr acbeaMS coaruiBe to thffvc deaaae hesag
expoaed oaat aad agaia at fruiiiuUBr, aad illegal.
The lure of big riches for a relatively ssxsO sasosat of
money is dangerously attractive to auay utuph. The
might as well risk SIO or S20 whea I asve sdisace to xsskc
_
.
In tbe great majority of cases, those who part with S10 or
S20 in order to "boy into" the adaraat •baply cad ap SIO or
$20 poorer. Tbe oar; people who ever ssake aay ssoaty ia
these schemes are the minal proaHNers who pad ia a lot of
laws of amatheBMtica.
If yoar Dcsghbor is earatag more money thaa yoa. k iaa't
becaase be respond* to chain letters or wild get-rkh^axck
promotions. If yoo don't believe that, you re pnbabrv jsst
the kind of mark the confidence man is seeking.
OTSnMHnS
Y ELEMENTAKT SCHOOLS
May ooatala h*U plat of nUJk. laartaoM for tx«
n«»mi«r 1, ltao.
WOSDAY
Scaool «in t* doMd tod«j. Labor Oif,
TCZSDAY
VEZWESDAT
Laasawo No. 1: Om-rrtlW aaaavftr m bxa, taar Ma,
tAl mC Cnrtt rap.
So. 2: ptiast txmtr aaa t»Tif swtfwick, taar tats,
andfnot COB.
THURSDAY
So. 1: SpattetU wltb tMtt aaaot, toaoal salatf v »
drtaslnt aad chllart Jalee.
LuBctooa No. 2: cold submarlat laaiilca aai frwa tn*.
FRIDaY
Lunchtoft Jto. U P i u , carrot* mtk afetry aOcka* ajakaiaMB
aad fttA tmu *
LsacheenXo, SST&na salad sxsdvlck. carrot aafeawry atteas,
rftttu
The school i HIM tag guard
saxety patrol win shortly
tctara to acrioa for the
labway school system. It
was oraaaiaM assay years
ago to help dry students
craes fWTWt aaaag to and
froai school in safety.
The i n m ' t gmards are
aided by both patrol boys
aad girts who are students
g classes. They are
ifeytheir teachers and
Now that school will be
•aniag axes, lahway Safety
CoutcU pmiocnt. Herbert
H. Kieta, arsed all Bahway
stBdeajts to onak of ways
they caa help die student
patrol, as weU ts the cross*
tag gmaras who risk their
bves lor safety's sake.
fro* aaa* 1-CUrk)
'
y
j ;
of.
the Board of Directors of t h e
Natioaal State lank of Efizabota. a legsiar qaaneriy
atvidead of U ! per share
was declared oa the capital
stock of the bank.
The dhriirad to payable on
d
Sept. IS, to stock-
i2r*8 T. M. DISMISSAL
Rte. Nos. 42 and 43, 2:53 p. BU.
Dakota aad Florida S u , ; 2:53 p. m.,
Boyworr Aw. and Picton PL, and 3
p. m.. Woodland Dr. and Laurel Ave.
Bus No. L 3:57 p. m.. Valley Rd.
and Parkway Dr., 3:59 p. m., Durham
Dr. and ROM S I , aad 4 p . BU, Valtey
Rd. and Creatwood La.
Bus No. 2 / 3:57 p. m.. Lake Ave.
and Willow Way, 3:58 p. ro.# Lake
Ave. tad KUrof r Dr., and 4 p. » . ,
Lake and Hayes Area.
Bus No. 3, 3:49 p. m., Dakota and
ld St
?5? .
n ?;g A
and Plena~'PLY anS 3:5f pTm.7
Naval Air Station in San
Dieso. Calif. The ta^adroa b
attached to tbe aircraft carrier U.S.S. CbasteUatiott.
A1977 grsdaate of Afthar
L Johaxoa kUgkaal rfigfa
School in Clark, he joined the
Navy in October. 1979.
The has* has a braach
office ia Kakwty.
•w ia QMaty It* NMWf
Of all the possible combinations of the letters of the
alphabet, they desire only
one: The coveted sequence
"M.D." after their name. In
pursuit of this goal, nine
students arc spending the
summer months immersed in
research at Newark Beth
Israel Medical Center in
Newark - dose to the profession and the professionals
they roost admire.
Among the young men
participating in a comprehensive program are a biophysics major who likes to
paint, a skiing enthusiast
who
COJJ'I
».ul
lu
»Cc
4
complete operation and a
tennis buff who docs not
want to follow in his father**
footstcpi.
"The best part of the
program is tbe fact « e are
exposed to a wide range of
medical situations; »< have a
chance to see many different
things while working in a big
m e d i c a l center." said
Michael Tendler. 20. who is
tbe son of Mr. and Mrs.
Eueene Tendler of GarL.-r::.~
A 1978 graduate of Arthur
L. Johnson Regional High
School in Clark. Mr. Tendler
is conductt&g a review- of
ventricular anctxrysms.
As part of his research
assignment. Mr. Tendler is
reviewing the post-operative
history of patients w h o
underwent surgery to remove fibrous tissue formed
a\ a result of myocardial
infarction. The tissue most
be removed because it interferes whh the cfficieocy of
the heart, "1 am conpflmg
data on the progress of the
d»rs*e. the efficaey of the
operation and pott-operative
problems."* he explained.
A chemistry major at
Muhlcnbcrg C o l l e g e in
AUenlowTj. Pa.. Mr. Tendler
likes downhill skiing, soccer
and football on an intramural
level. And he's determined
to become a physician. "I've
always liked science, and
I've always been interested
UJ J .alec; in meaiCTnc.** p r
optometrist's son noted.
Mr. Tendter's. project is
•tpontorcd &y, IBM and the
Cardiac SOfSjery Research
Fund. i-'jpty
__JSV Jamcsr ^
sohofMr. and Mrs. Charles
J. Russo of 765 Union St.,
E-"v*sy. rcccstly ccs^cted
basic training at Fort Du.
During the training, students received instruction in
drill and ceremonies, weapons, map readhsg.' tactics.
military courtesy, anthary
justice, fast aid aBB* Armv
htstorv and traditions. *
man?
O iforour
Tumng*
g
S«naor • MOOCRN
STTLMO
tm.4«»i. Us to 30%
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a Toy Stare
fJTMR Going Beck to School
land Dr. and Laurel Ave.
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HIGH SCHOOL
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STARTING TIME 7:10 A. M.
FIRST STOP
Westfleld Ave. and Cutler PL
Central Ave. and Terminal Ave,
Valley Rd. and Liberty St.
Valley Rd. and Emerson Rd.
Valley Rd. and Ross St.
Liberty St. and Westfleld Ave.
Madison HUl Rd. and Mildred Terr.
Lake Ave. and Williams Su
The president of Railway's Golden Age Club,
Mrs. Josephine f a r r i s ,
held a planning meettogfor
activities during tbe coming year on Aug. 90 st die
R a b v a y Senior Citizens
Bttffldias at 1306 E s t e r brook Ave*
Other oSflcers present
were the vice president.
Freida
of Craalard died
ftdsy.
A«g- W . « Overlook Medical
Ceater in Sumnh.
Bora in Russia, she had
rceisd is Newark xor 25
years and then tn •vsagsBa
lor 35 years before awiag to
Oaaferd one year ago.
She owned Goloe'f Meat
Shop, a halx.t'iihiij m
for 43
tirstg 14 yean ago.
Navy Aviation Machinist's
Mate Atmwa Apprentice
Stephen L likins. the son of
Anthony W. Likms of 15
Acken Dr.. Clark, reported
for duty with Helicopter
Anti-Sabmanae S q a a dron Six based at 7«orth bland
JM-HM
tISt MAM St.
3:45 P. M. DISMISSAL
He h a s .
(eteooy. YoaixaayMDtrBCPgpwelMiat writ. BH xTyn* M n
to what he is really saymg. you'll know has: The coafifeace
man.
He's afive and wen and doatf bis beat to fifteen yoar
wallet.
For example, the latest in what n e m s to be a nceat wave
of gq
get-ricb-qaick scaams made In artfiai i as it sweat
N
Y
li this
hi s
New York
earlier
We have
ied chain-letter acfeenes which pop ap periodkafly. These
schemes are afl variations of the old
promoter proauats oaick aa> easy ncktes ai a
letter.. convaiCHiA aauafle xo ABB tasar BBBBES MO a aai aaa« ov
coarse, to scad anaey. The proawier CXMBH wbca yottt aaaae
reacaes tae too of a aar ov aaaieSa taoaxaaos oi otaer aanaxe
who are saax»any dcawa auo tbeaoacaK wal be
money aad the doflari wifl put xtagirtiry roB ia.
it u
for thcBx so caaoaae. Taey aa
of people wao participate • the adataat
assume the
After jsst a small ssamber of
will expaad
rounds, however, tae aaaaber of aeer people who anst add
to the bat woald have to eoasl the
their
KHrs
A CLEAR EXPLANATION . . . Michael Tendlcr of dark is
shown checking the tertbook description of the heart against
a complex model at part of his summer research project at
Newark Beth Israel Medical Center. His project it to review
the post-opcratrive history of patients who had muscle mass
removed as a result of myocardial infarction.
AlaaUlabia
•23 Harm Dr.
iahway
-
Canon it outs an and » arojumantt about whicn **XK*&*
mtoioa n
bast torwar became fl r o t them an. and man aoma
f
trol and pwiormanoa featirei youK have lowpenanc* to befcw*
AndacomoWehneotCanon'AScnesaccaaKinas- lor total gtaoIrancversaMOy
It you'w b M n lootune lor m» one camera that can do •wytfwnQ.
you v« be«n lootung lor trw tficred«ta new Canon a , i
a m C*>cttw«c TynioQ •
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MJBHlti WW flCBjBfi WC
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a. . •
tbe Ualvenay of
SCHOOL mam
slacks
oan.staitMact
Ave. and Picton PL. and 8.-03 a- m..
J3&SSSB**t . ._
An overhaul of die SlX-binim-a-year Social Security
system is being mapped by Congress to guarantee the
retirement and disability benefits of today's workers.
NcsstfTKH proposal* *r* usder consideratioa. bxiodrng
measures providbsg for tt*e financing »f Medicare from
general revenues aad incentives encouragmg workers to
delay their retirement.
While there is an obvious need to strengthen lfce fint&ciaf
condition of the program, there is knle baws for doomsday
predictions the Social Security system t* going to coOapae.
Contributors can expect to coQect every dollar to which
t h g y w entitled. Congress is not going to allow the program
to founder tn a sea of red ink, wiping out the benefits
promised to retired aad disabled Americans.
Psbbc concern about the frr«t«-t*l soundness of the system
stems from the realisation daring the first half of the 21 st
century there win be a relatively high number of Social
Security beneficiaries compared to the number of workingage people, and Social Security costs, per workers, win be
murtif i ably higher.
Today there are 3 J workers for each beneficiary. By the
year 2030. the ouio will shrink to 2 u 1. substantially
boosting thefinancialburden on workers unless the system b
revised.
store."
-Who authorized the reported aew
1 coagratslate Board neater*, Barry D
Louis G. Bach. sad. beJatedtv HaroU J. T<
the psboc ialuia>td oa this
I especially commend Mr
letters aad articles in tbe
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UM£ C&fttas^aVQCeT
Matt Sinaldo
I add my voice in protest agaatst Wuaaai
appoiatmeat as athletic
•
city schools. The action is an extsspar of ta*
happen in Booties, and politics certaimry does ast
educational policy.
There are seal a few unanswered qfetinas:
-How many applicants were tuiif kaud for Hat aoanaas?
-Why weren't the laid-off social
pnonty?
-Were the students considered tn
a teacher with little or no «nmank< lasassj af
experienced person?
-Why did the Board of Edaoatioe overrate tae
of schools m decidtag a
shoald not be required for tae athletic
-Did the city superiateadeat of schoxex ooacar *•
rrcoamracad tae appoiatxeeat?
~WhatctattopuMicdovohetptaosca)a*Ws*sskb*n
are protesting this action*
-Why ate there
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TriTgnffft* U=i Order of
Golden Chain. Hadssssh of
Irviagson s a d Efisabetfa
OftT.
She is survived by her
niece. Mrs. Vivian Leviac of
Craaford; two nephew*. Bernard Frcidberg of Clark aad
S e y m o u r Freidberg of
Sorn^Wd; six great sisots
great nephew.
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