Area September 30, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES II • Page 9 FDR interpreter to appear in Waldwick As 32nd president of the United States, Franklin Delano Roosevelt led the United States through its worst depression and, arguably, its worst war. On Saturday, Oct. 10 at 2 p.m., the Waldwick Public Library will present “FDR: A New Deal for America.” Professional actor Neill Hartley, of the American Historical Theater, will appear as FDR in this captivating one-man show set against the background of the Great Depression and the New Deal of the 1930s. The program recalls FDR’s famous “fireside chats” that reassured the nation and his extraordinary and far-reaching programs designed to help make America prosperous. Hartley is a professional actor who has performed with many local and regional theaters and is on the theater faculty of the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Hartley previously appeared at the Waldwick Library in the roles of Ichabod Crane, Autumn Craft Street Fair comes to borough The Glen Rock Autumn Craft Street Fair will be held downtown on Rock Road, on Sunday, Oct. 4, from 11a.m. to 4 p.m. This year, the fair will be organized by P.J.’s Promotions and sponsored by the Glen Rock Chamber of Commerce. Street fair attendees will be able to stroll along Rock Road and view handmade crafts and art including florals, handcrafted silver, stone and estate jewelry, American Girl doll clothes, fine art, soft sculpture, handmade handbags and totes, framed sports items, pottery, tie dye, fused and stained glass, handmade soaps and candles, intarsia, origami, fiber, folk art, apparel, fine photography, hand painted glassware, pottery, wood, Halloween items, and more. Glen Rock residents Karin Speizer and Susan Goodstadt-Levin will be joining the show. Potter Mary Mahon of Hawthorne will also have a booth and Vicky Fallon of Ridgewood will be displaying gourmet pet treats. Children are invited to enjoy pony rides, face painting, sand art, a magician and a petting zoo in a specially marked children’s area. A variety of great festival foods, including funnel cakes and kettle korn, will also be available. The show will be held rain or shine. For further information call P.J.’s Promotions at (201) 666-1340. Neill Hartley as FDR. Sherlock Holmes, P.T. Barnum, and Charles Lindbergh. The program is free and open to the public; however space is limited and pre-registration is required. The library is located at 19 East Prospect Street in Waldwick. Call (201) 652-5104. Salary amendment under consideration An ordinance scheduled for probable adoption at the Oct. 14 public meeting of the Ridgewood Village Council will provide for a salary range of $65,000 to $126,345 for the court administrator, while deleting the part time salary of $62,003 to $82,230. At present, the salary range for the village manager is $115,815 to $186,008, and the range for the chief financial officer is $92,419 to $162,610. The police chief’s salary is $165,014, and the police captain’s salary is $159,123. The salary range for the director of planning and developmental services is $102,752 to $124,384, and the range for the director of building inspections is $73,702 to $126,345. The range for the director of emergency services is $20,800 to $41,600. The part time director of emergency services receives a salary in the range of $5,200 to $16,600, and the deputy director of receives a salary of $1,040 to $4,160. J. KOSTER Ichabod Antiques 20% Off Clearance Sale Furniture China Silver Mirrors Prints Collectibles 11 Paterson Ave. • Midland Park, NJ • (201)652-5585 Tues-Sat • 10:30-5 • Major Credit Cards Accepted All Items • September 22 - October 3 Brownstone Mill Antique Center 9-23-09 ester/janine