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patt pott commander; and John Reilly, vice commender. J.N P, Parkhurtt. Dominic Cervadoro, left, of Nyack being presented with a life membership in Rockland Unico at the organization's sixth annual Columbus Day dinner dance held Saturday evening at the Venice Restaurant in Upper Nyack. The presentation it being made by John Gallucci, of Piermont, president of Rockland Unico. Looking on is Mrs. Eugene Cavallo of Haverttraw. J-N P, Maurer. DEMOCRATS (Continued from Page One) take such action as the facts require. I request and sincerely hope that you will give the matter your immediate attention so that proper action can be taken before the election." Late last week Mr. Prendergaat, was quoted as having advised local Jersey Man Held For Blast at Cops William J. Rowland, 56. of .262 Seventh Street, Palisades Park, will get a hearing on disorderly conduct charges In Clarkstown police court as tVie result of an early morning Incident during which he allegedly was abusive to Claiks- ,-... police oflieers when they .UBht ,,, determine If h nofrin'.l UNICO (Continued from Page One) on tha words from tho 133rd Psalm which Rabbi ZlotowiU had u-d in the invocation: "How good and pleasant it is for brethren to dwell in unity." ALio introduced were Jack Lig-gcra of Pouhkeepsie, national vice-president nf Unico; Mrs. Dos-oher, Mrs. Zlotowltz, Mrs. Cavallo, Mrs. Llggeri, District Attorney John F. Skahen, County Treasurer S J. Cinncimlno, Supervisor Edwin Wallace of Ramapo, Justice of the Peace Philip J. Rotella of Hawrstraw, Judno William E. Miele of Sufforn, John Dow, Democratic candidate for the Assembly, Daniel Houlihan, Democratic candidate for district . attorney, William Mauldin, Democratic candidate for Congress, and Mrs. Mary Bianchini, practical nurse of the year. Also Introduced were the following pust presidents of Unico who were present: Anthony Cucolo, first president. Dr. Frank Clnnci- mino, Sal Conicliuro, Sr., Michael DiTore, Anthony Linguanti, and Chief of Police Joseph Vilord of Suffern, Immediate pant president. Kiit4rtainment I'rogrnm There was entertainment by Ruth and Bruce Robinson of Upper Nyack. Ginny Gibson of Grand View, well-known recording star, was another who entertained. She was atxwnpanled by Mrs, Gloria Reg-ney, who sang a duct with her. Lister Noel Regney end Miss Gibson sang a Christmas song which the Regneys wrote. Mr. Cavallo extended thanks to Michavl DiTore as chairman of the Journal committee. It it through the Journal that Unico raises money for Its work. He also extended thanks to the dinner committee and to Harry Fisher and Jack Kurland of Nyack who gavo the birthday cake which was cut at the dinner.