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1 ,, HOME NEWSPAPER Fordi, KnrnW, Port Rding,,,lin «i>h HopeUwn. COMPLETE COVERAGE in growin( territory havlnt 36,4 population. Laada tn f*n«ral nawt, porti, f«*tur«. NIL Graduation Exercises At High School Tues.; Baccalaureate Sunday :,. p. Dunigan, President M )f Srhool Board Will Prc-, Diplomas To One Of, rsl Graduating Classes. WO FINE PROGRAMS,,,.,,, wmnt exercises for one l,, r c-.t Ki'Biluating clasnes of 'l ',itf i schnnl will be held " ii.htorium of the Barror, ave- ''MI Ht ion Tuesday evening at,.,.,,. Maurice P. Uunigan,,,f the Board of Education tit..,.,,) diplomas. i.,, I'iiUureate sermon will be I, the graduates by the., C K. Mcllberg, new pastor Mi.thoilist Episcopal church,t,eet, in the church, Sun-,,iiu'»t 8 o'clock. Rev. Mcll,,, ( will be "What Is In Thy The seniors, attired in caps.. n< will march, as has been.".m'm for years, from the,,, the church. The program.,. baccalaureate service fol- "At Evening", Buck.,'.',(!""" Rev. W. V. D. Strong,,,f the First Congregational i,,,ve, of the Class of 933 M. A., supervisor of.-; of Welcome, George Goriil.nt of the Board of Trus-!]<(, Arthur C. Ferry, M. A., l f the high, school. in "Gr««t Peace Have! iiiure Reading, representative I i',.-!,yu'rian church. ;,,n'n,' "What Is In Thy Hand?" I; i. C. E. Mellberg. li'liuliction, Rev, E. R. Welles,,., if Trinity Episcopal church. I,.-hide, "Postlude", Loret. iaiiii,' to the size of the graduatii I'lii^s this year, admission to the :'umi.i ncement exercises will be by i:,,:.mly. ]!. following program has been,n 'KKI for the graduation: nvii-ture "Mazurka" and "Csaril,;." -Dt'libes. in.icssional, "Pomp and Clrcum- Miui", Edward Elgar, Woodbridge Ili^'li School Orchestra. lmipi-ation, Rev. Edward R. Wel-..- Ẇi Iconic, Craig T..Senft. Tin., "Liebestraum", Frani Liszt, vh.lm, Kenneth S. Morris; cello, Kliwlirth Trautwein; piano, Frank V. Fillora. Sr,,);. "Calm As The Night" Carl liihii). Senior Class. :iting Our Patience", Adolph A. WOODKRIDGE, N. J., FRIDAY, JUNE lfi, 93«CLASS OF 933, WOODBRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL The members of the ('hiss of ]\\:yx, Woodbridge high school, will be graduated at commencement exercises which will ho held in the auditorium of the school Tuesday evening. Due to the largp clnsa which will recoive diplomas this year, admission to the exercises will be by reserved seat tickets only. The membra of the senior class, pictured above, are: George H. Acton, Russell Anderson, Adolph A. Boehm, Carl A. Christonhersen, William J. Cooper, Howard A. Galbraith, William J. Haug, Henry S. Inselberfr, Pptpr I). Katt, John V. Lucas, Frank L. Mil- lson, Kaymonil A. CJuadt, Frank 'I'. Siiliifri, f, [> u,,l u. Sandorff, Craig T. SSenft. Sarah C. Barcellona, M. Beatrice Bookman, Clair ft. Bixel, MaiRaret T. Black, John.. Blair, Jr., Evelyn M. Clear, Arlene R. Dickaun, Marjorie V. Donegan, Charles M. Dube, Leona M. Eyerkusa, Hazel E. Fullerton, G. Rdbert Hamilton, Alexander Horowitz, Beatrice Howell, Raymond F. Jackson, Virgil Lanni, Virginia A. Leonard, Victor E. Lund, Ruth F. Madden, J. Ira Me Cabe, Harry. McClusky, JameR R. McDermott, Ruth E. Nelson, MarRaretha E. '- ler, Edward J. Nahass, Andrew L. I Brien, Dorothy 'F. Omenhiser, Vol- Methodist Episcopal Minister Gives Fine Talk On 'Communism' Rev. Carl C. E. Mellberg Voices Strong Disapproval Of Communistic Movements In Address At Rotary. "AFFECTS SOCIETY" Pointing out in a stirring talk at the weekly luncheon meeting of the Rotary Club yesterday noon in th Middlesex Hotel that Communism feeda on present conditions and because of them has been able to glow and flourish, the Rev. Carl C. E. Mellberg, new Methodist Episcopal minister here proceeded to give interesting highlights on the forces which he claims affects present society, particularly the workers. Rev. Mellberg declared six characteristics of Communism recently outlined by a prominent authority indicate that Communism holds a hatred for gods and worship yet it is H.n Hill. a religion itself, that it favors the The New College Girl", Florence destruction of private property, that it urges racial and social equality, Vivian. no solo, "Rustle of Spring" that it seeks a social revolution, :.: lan Sinding, -- - Edna -- M. Geigel. - that it will prompt the destruction I'r, M ntation of Class to Board of of representative government nnd i..i;iti<m, John H. Love, Supervis- that ultimately it would bring about :. ''liiu'ipal of Schools. a world revolution which would have Plantation of Diplomas, Maurice its central seat in Moscow. I' iiujjan, President, Board of Ed- "Communism threatens political ' -n. security," sakl the minister. "I believe in a variety of political parties i iid of Prizes, Arthur C, Ferry,!>nl of High School. us well as a variety of churches. As '.: ' Sang, Senior Class. i '.. well, Irma K. Deter. Army, I cannot' t:.- -.-iunal, "Huldigungsmarseh", (Jrieg; Woodbridge High ways. Orchestra. BOSTON CONFECTIONERY MOVES TO NEW HOME i Boston Confectionery, for i ': vrara an institution in Perth ' y moved this week to a new i in liume at 92 Smith street.! iiam and candy prices have i -lashed for the grand opening i- '- --till in progress. I' > ii ice cream is selling for 25 a quart. This is the lowest I ; ill which Neapolitan brick ice iin hus ever been sold. iitniti sodas, which formerly i i r li> cents, are now bigger ' "tur than ever and are fea- i.it this store at 5 cents. Banai Hits, a regular 2-tent dessert ;i ' mujority of confectionery > featured at the Boston Con- ' < inry at cents. in the large assortment being sold at greatly reduc- '.s. Adv. ney A. Peck, William H. Smith, Sal vatnre J. Virgillo, Margaret A, Zehrer Ṁ. Mildred Bowers, Florence E. Boylan, George N. Farer, Elizabeth C. Farrington, Frank W. Fedora, Edna M. Gcigcl, Joanna Mnrkow,,Iam«s B. Reid, Miriam B. Sermayan, Harriet I. Short, Marguerite M. Silhermann, Charles J. Terzella, Elizabeth Trautwein, Cesar A. Zullo. Joseph J. Bosze, Jr., Edward F. Casey, Thomas P. Currie, Irma E. Emerson, John W. Eppensteiner, Muriel A. Eriksen, Peter W. Ferioli, E. Eileen Fisher, Mary H. Guzsaly, Frank Hko, Helen L. Iveraen, Lil- Rotarians Will Provide Trained SupervisionForPlayground Here Civic Club Reaches Decision To Have Children Properly Supervised For Summer Following Plea By George R. Merrill At Dinner In Colonia Country Club Last Night Pearl Street Grounds Originally Rotary Affair. Trained supervision for the Woodbridge Park playground will be provided by the Woodbridge Rotary Club for July and August. This decision was reached following a plea by George R. Merrill at a dinner given to the Rotarians at the Colonia Safety Measures Asked At Meeting Gems Asks For Protection Where Child Was Drowned Railroad Mu<l Provide Watchman At Freeman St. Crossing. Various provisions for the safety of the public were suggested Monday at the meeting of the Township Committee by Committeeman Gems. He asked that white traffic lines be painted in Rahway avenue at the monument and Green street crossing to help keep traffic clear at those points. Mr. Gerns also asked that a a member of the Reserve Corps of j cj iec i t. up be made of. traffic at Sec- William utreets where there been Urictly against it. An-. is much traffic by transients who,, mv) not tolerate govern- seek to evade the traffic light. These ment and Communism agrees with Anarchism, It is interesting to note,' Rev. Mfllberg continued, "that in 928 Communism had 5, votes. These increased to, in 93 and to 35, last year. "The Communists have an interin the south, est in the Negroes These people, who contend they have always ' been mistreated, will naturally tru>t a leader and with this in mind, the Communists have set about to organize the Negroes. Then too, there has been a marked interest by the Communists in the farmers out West. There is a feeling that the farmers, not taken care of in Washington, will naturally align themselves with the Communistic forces. The tendency of farmers to share each other's labor, as in harvesting time, matches the share-labor principle of the Communiste. "Most of the leaders in the Com- Cuiilinutd on pagt 6. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS At a meeting of the Tovm&hip Committee held Thursday evening, June 8th, 933, the report of the t'tasurer and hrmnce committee concerning the amount <>f taxes received on 933 and prior year*' obligation* was discussed quite thoroughly. A full report of the money* received and their di»bursement will be available >t A meeting to be held on Monday, June 2th. In the "maritime, the Township Committee ia using every means within it» power to raise sufficient money to turn over to HL- Board of Educ*tion so that the school teachers may ''< paid in full at the conclusion of the school year. In addition thereto, «sum must be provided»uffi- ^'«nt to cover the interest requirements of the Board of Education and the maturing bonds which the Board "Lu»t meet on the first of July. To accomplish this result I he cooperation of the taxpayers will be necessary. The tawnahtp fomrofttee, therefore, urgw every taxpayer to make whatever payment can be afforded, no ">atter how small, at the tax collector's office at the earliest date. HELP WOODBRIDGE MAINTAIN ITS RECORD ^OR PAYING BONDS AND INTEREST ON BONDS PROMPTLY AND HELP PROVIDE SUFFICIENT MONEY TO THE TEACHERS WHO HAVE LOYALLY ^'AKRIED ON WITHOUT ANY PAY FOR QUITE A 'ERIOD OF TIME, By direction of the Township Committee. Dated J Jl B. J. DUNIGAN, matters were referred to the police committee. Mr, Gerns also called the attention of the committee to ttig langer existing at the Carteret road bridge over Woodbridge creek where a small boy recently fell off some pipes belonging to the water company and was drowned. The clerk was authorized to write to the water company requesting that protection be provided at the bridge. Robert L. Sattler, chairman of the finance committee submitted a report on money collected and expended since the first of the year. According to the report the total collected was 42, There was expended in cash i378,88.65 and $57,36 in bonds. The report further stated that 57 per cent of the funds for school purposes were collected so far thia year, and that the township has turned over to the school authorities a little more than that sixty per cent of the total amount due having been turned over to the custodian of school funds. A letter was received from the Board of Public Utilities Commissioners showing that the township had won its fight for protection of 'chooi children at the Freeman street crossing of the Pennsylvania Railroad. The Utility Commission has directed the railroad to maintain a watchman at the crossing from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. Permission was gtsnted to the St. Biagio Society of Port Reading to hold a carnival there June 9 to 24. The Hermann Realty Company, of Carteret, asked for an adjustment of valuation on a tract owned by the company in Woodbridge. The matter was referred to the finance committee, A request of Woodbridge Post No. 87 American Legion to hold a circus n the Grove street ball field June 2.n afternoon and evlening was granted. Lester Raphael was reappointed a constable for a term of one year. Mayor William A. Ryan was absent and Committeeman Joseph Gill presided at the meeting.. Senior Class Prom Will Be Held Tonight In H. S,. The Senior Clasa of Woodbridge high school will hold its Senior Ball tonight in the gymnasium. Music will be provided by the Midshipmen, of Asbury Park and Wwtfleld. The committees in charge follow: orchestra and program, Craig Senft, chairman, Charles Terzella, Herman Kosic, Venuato Ferrioli; decoration, Mildred Bowers, chairman, Florence Boylan, Harriet Short, Stanley Newman, Arnold Christopherson, Henry Admission ia by invitation only. TENNIS EQUIPMENT BALLS RACKETS JUUU8 Country club last night by August F. Greiner, incoming president of the club. About $25 will be needed to engage trained supervision for the summer. Most of this amount was pledged by members of the club last night. Hampton Cutter and John H. Love were appointed to arrange for the engaging of such supervision. The playground was originally a Rotary affair ami was known as the Gorham Boynton Memorial Playground. The RotaTians expended $2 for a fence around the Pearl street grounds and then spent $7 for equipment. Last night's dinner meeting was held to plan activities for the club for the ensuing year. It was planned to hold more debates on local affairs and to encourage mor«programs by the members. N«t week, there will be a discussion on the Recovery bill. Hampton Cuttec will be in charge of the meeting. All but two members of the club were present at the beefsteak dinner. Six Rotarians played golf at the Country club in the afternoon. James Dunne Assumes P.. Duties Today James J. Dunne, of Green street, will assume the position of acting postmaster in the Woodbridge Post Office today. He will be appointed to the post permanently on July. Mr. Dunne will succeed Stanley C. Potter, whose term expired December 3, 932. Mr. Dunne was born in Brooklyn May 3, 884. He was educated in the parochial and public schools of that city, later attending Erasmus Hall high school and Heffley Busi- ness College. He cams to Woodbridge about 25 _.. years.. ago.. and shortly afterward married Florence A. Dunigan. They have four children, James, J., a graduate of Georgetown University with an A. B. degree; Jane M., a graduate of N. J. C. with a B. S. degree; Eileen and Regina Mary, He has been a member of the Knights of. Columbus for 25 years, is a past president of the Lions Club, arid is president of the Coal Dealer's Association. Mr. Dunne has been, associated in the coal business with the Thomas F. Dunigan Company for many years and has been known for his honesty and integrity in hial business dealings. Mr. Potter, the retiring postmaster, has served his post efficiently and well for five years. During that time, the business of the office has increased considerably. The service given by the office has also improved due to his efforts. PRICE THREE CENTS Teachers Hire Lawyer In Effort To Get Pay; Board Makes Statement School Employees Empower Julius Ka»s To Start Investigation Immediately. Arriving at the conclusion that their somewhat patient, passive stand will ftet them neither long past due salaries nor definite information HS to why pay checks are bei withheld, a large number of members of the Woodbridge Township Teachers' Association, at an adjourned meeting in School, Tuesday, made a decisive move In the matter by unanimously voting in fa* vor of retaining Julius Kasa, Perth Amhoy lawyer, as their attorney and PHOTO- -WOODBRIDGE STUDIO immediately empowering him to tte- Itin an investigation.which they hope linn.t. Junes, Louis Kedves, Jr., John will result in thai prompt payment of Knox, Ann R. Korczowski, Herman salaries. F. Knsic, Mario L. Kowalezyk, Emma K. Kromer, Lawrence P. Larson, for the particular purpose of hear- The adjourned meeting WBB held James P. Lee, Joel W. Ueson, Teresa J. Leitner, Norman F. Lewis, tee wmen was appointed Monday to ing the jpport of a special commit- Mary Lltka, Mildred T. MacGarralt, interview the finance committee of Margaret g Mandy,, Dorothy y Me Elh henny, Kenneth h R. R Morris. Mi Stanley Stl attempt to determine to an extent the Township governing body in an E E. Newman,' N ' L the present financial status here. William J Andrew Orosz, Mae A Salaki I Patrick r Hl:r ck Boylan, Boyian, who, wno, with witn others Irene M. Simon, M. Alberta prvn Simon simnt," "elected to hib committee, conferred son, William A. Thurston, Jr., Helen with Township Attorney Henry Lavin and Robert Sattler,, chairman a of Ur, Mary A. Vahaly, Margaret H. Washburne, Margaret G- White, Anna E. Zilai. reported that since the beginning of the h Township's T h i ' finance committee, i the school year, July, 932 to Teaching Staff Will Crumble Due To Poor Financial Conditions Principal A. C. Ferry Of High School Tells Lions Best Teachers Are Taking New Positions. f "CHILDREN WILL PAY" Bearing out a prediction he made some time ago, Arthur C. Ferry, principal of Woodbridge high school, told the Woodbridge Lions, Monday night in the Lojr Cabin, that continued poor financial conditions in the township have, within the past few weeks, brought about definite moves by some of his best teachers to obtain positions elsewhere. To date, Mr. Ferry declared, a number of his "ace" teachers have been given contracts by other school systems, most of them at higher salaries and all have accepted. He said that Henry Beecher, mathematic teacher, has been offered and has accepted a contract to teach in Nutley high school at a substantial advance in salary. Kent Pease, head of the English department at the high school will hold the sama position in the high school at Rye, N. Y. next fall at a fancy increase in pay and with no threatening reductions. Axeli Nelson, head of the Barron avenue school's science department will fjo into the field of medicine. "And there are a great many more who have contacted with other school systems and who will undoubtedly, on the face of their merits, be iven positions." "The high school teaching staff is Succeeds Stanley C. Potter As drastically affected Head Of Post Office Potter Served Efficiently, Is Well Liked. by conditions here," he declared, "and I am of the opinion we will have to replace about 57" of the staff in the Barron avenue school between now and September. A prediction I made while addressing the Merchants' Association not long ago has come true. Many of my good teachers are going to leave. 'Folks seem to be forgetting about the boys and girls at & time when they should be more deeply concerned in their welfare, when they should be paying strict attention to conditions that affect school systems which the people themselves made possible. I am disgusted with the treatment teachers of the township are getting at the hands of people who ought to be with us. "The boys and girls are going to pay the bill," said Mr. Ferry, r 'for if there is anything wrong in a school system it most certainly is not the mother, father, taxpayer who pays. "Some of the teachers have not enough money to get out of town when school closes next week. I frankly don't know what they're going to do. Up until this week, they ve been passive, have played along, but now, something' has got to be done. Fine schools are an asset to a community. Why can't we get out of the hl?' f Mr. Ferry carefully outlined conditions which are facing the teachers, citing various cases which glaringly show the immediate need for fruitful action, others which reflect unjust treatment, He pleaded with the Lions, as a civic group, to lend CotUinutd on pagt 6. WHEREAS the first half-year's'ui*s for the year 933 were due and payable, June st mujl WHEREAS the Board of Education' of Woodbridge Township must rely for payraeqt of its obligations on receipt of tax monies, and WHEREAS the termination of the school term on June 2st.makes it imperatife that teachers and other employees receive compensation long past due, therefore be it RESOLVED That the Board of Education go on record requesting every individual, firm or corporation to cooperate with the Board by paying the taxes due this month, in full or in part, the Tax Collector being authorized to accept payment on account of taxes Also be it further RESOLVE!* That a copy of this resolution be inserted in all of di«local paper*. ^ June 8, 933, the Township has turned over to the Board of Education $336, of which approximately $8, has been paid In salaries to the teachers. During the period from July, 932 to December 3, 932, the figures presented by Mr. Boylan showed that the Board received $89,545. Between January, 933 to June 8, an additional $45,738 was turned over to the school authorities. It was pointed out that the figures indicate 6% of the allotment coming to the school board for the present school year has been received by it and that the teachers are, in the most part, in arrears in salaries since January. No one was able to clearly answer the question: "Why, after having received 6% of the monies due it, has the Board of Education been unable to pay its salaries since January?" > L*W7«r Kui SpwUti In an eloquently worded message, Mr. Kass, before he was chosen to represent the teachers, said: "We are being, faced with a tremendous problem. The teachers are being kidded. The politicians have the teachers at their mercy and are taking advantage of them, especially in the case of Woodbridge Township teachers. I don't know of any group getting a» dirty a deal as you are gettins here. "The suggestion* to meet with the Township Committee and the Board of Education," he continued, "will not get you anywhere. You may as well play bridge. Most of the politicians do not hold degrees but they are clever. They know their stuff. "Schools in the township will close Wednesday and you are interested in getting cash by that time. I am sorry your emotions only reached he boiling point so late. Conditions here are rotten on the face of things.nd while I have no real knowledge )f the 'inside' it looks to me as ihough there is being made an at empt to stall off the teachers until mmmer time. The morale is not so importantl then. The children are out of school. The politicians are interested in themselves, not you. "We have got to have the facts," declared Mr. Kass. "We don't know the obligations of the Township and Board, exactly how much has been received in taxes. But I feel the contract of a bond holder is no more lacred than the teachers' contracts." Port Reading Woman Hurt In Auto Crash John V. Decibus, of School street, Port Reading, and Ignatz Lust garten, of Main street, Woodbridge, figured in an accident Monday at p. m, at Main and William streets. Mrs. Samuel Moore, of School street, Port Reading, was riding with Decibus and was injured. She was taken to the office of Dr. C. H. Rothfuss where it was found that her left collar bone is broken. It was set and she was taken to her home. Decibue wa traveling eastward in Main street and Lustgarten was turning his car around at the inter section of William street when the cars came together. Decibus reported the case to the police. School Officials Present R*«, ceipts arid Disbursement* In Statement This Morning. Without comment on the.action taken by the Woodbridge Township Teachers' Association this week, the Board of Education, today, upon the request of the INDEPENDENT, issued the lollowinit statement regarding the receipt and disposition of, school monies (or the present school year: "Taxes ordered for tchool purposes for total 55, Anticipated receipts from autt funds total approximately $94,. "The amount required to mmt bonds which matured and interest due between July, 932 and Jan*' 3, 98S was $4,822.5 and $«, for the sinking fund require* ments. 'The custodian of school fu, has received only a small portion* (about f ll.oooi of the state funds., The Township has paid to the i todian $336, of the funds the Board of Education, $42,26. of which was in baby bonds. "The custodian has paid in BS> aries to teachers, principals, Janitor*, clerks and nurses, $22, t\pm, the opening of the school year. Ht haa also 'paid $74,5 of the amount due on bonds and interest, most Of which fell due July, 932 and January, 933. "A Urge portion of current expenses (repairs, supplies, etc.) fell _ j :j due during the summer months a"" year ago. Accordingly, they were paid promptly as funds were available during the period before salaries were due. A considerable portion of the sum. which has been paid for current expense involves no cash but was en exchange of checks offsetting some service rendered to the school system by taxes owed. "Thwe is a sum of $25,74.4 ^ due to the school system from th«township, also a balance of mem than $8, due from the state or county funds," Rev. Francis Langan Gives Diplomas Last NightM St. James' Twenty-One Graduated At Impressive Affair In School Auditorium Rev, John E.:. Larkin Speaker P r i i Winners. A cla9s of twenty-one was graduated from St. James' Parochial school lagt night at the commencement exercises held in the school auditorium. The diplomas were awarded by Rev. Francis X. Langan: Rev. John E. Larkin was the speaker of the evening. The program was opened with selections by the orchestra, followed by a recitation, "Our School", by Frances O'Brien. Rev. Langan then.- presented the diplomas and medals and Rev. Larkin gave his interestingand inspiring address. The program was closed with music by the orchestra and the singing of the "Star Spangled Banner. Music was by the Ellis and Catano "High Hatters" orchestra. Those who received diplomas were: Agnes Patricia Baumann, Ja-- cob Joseph Baumann, Josephine Marie Brasteter, Wijftiam Alcxysiua Crowe, Rita Mary DeJoy, Stephen James Ducsak, Elizabeth Margaret Ducsak, Elizabeth Ann Dunigan, Helen Marie Einhorn, Robert Anthony Fitzpaitrick, Bernard Joseph Keating, Dorothy Ann Lewis, Thomas Thornton O'Brion, Frances Mary O'Brien, Nora Mary O'Neill, Nathan. (Continued on Last Page) HARDIMAN'S PHARMACY Ed. L. Banjiman, formerly of Seaman's, Perth Amboy PRESCRIPTIONS Called For and Delivered Cor. Rahway Avenwe and Green Street Tel Woodbridge, N. J. SUMMER GARBAGE COLLECTION FOR JUNE, JULY, AUGUST and SEPTEMBER Monday and Thursday- North of Main Street, Woodbridge, Avenel and Iselin Tuesday and Friday South of Main Street, Woodbridge, Sewaren and Port Reading Wednesday and Saturday- All of Hopelawn and Fords JOSEPH L GILL,

2 f AGK TWO V.U. e! 858 Hair Dim* Thn mlnf of a half dim* rtntni!«from 5 to e*nt«. C.b.'t Ten per r^ot of Cabt'i rwridenu are found to be foreigner!.. -^_^..,.,. j For a LIMITED TIME a G-E WASHER and IRONER for only. i.5 SAVE money, time and energy, preserve yonr clothes with this modern C-E Home Laundry Equipment. Wash, dry, iron quickly, safely, economically! Washer hag full size porcelain enamel tub, modern designed agitator, trouble-fret motor, safety type wringer with balloon roils. The iron fits right on the wringer post, is operated by washer motor. Does fine work. Ea«y to attach, easy to operate. Well gladly demonstrate at our store or in your home. No obligation. Stop in or call us today. Dorsey Motors, Inc. 347 MAPLE ST. PERTH AMBOY FORD DEALER ibifa»ja*gjeakf^ PERTH AMBOY 4-3& GENERAL ELECTRIC FRTDAY, JUNE 6, To Demonstrate Electric Appliances Miu AlUe Wood TO DEMONSTRATE ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Three expert home economists from Philip H. Harrison & Co., northern New Jersey distributors, will pive demonstrations of electric cookery, dishwashing and home laundering at the opening of the General Electric Appliance department of Dorsey Motors, Inc., Perth Atnboy, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Helene T. Foster, specialist in electric refrigeration in the home, is widely known in New Jersey as a lecturer before women's clubs on home economics. She has been in the employ of the Harrison Company for six years, during which time she has talked to over ten thousand club women. She will demonstrate "Cold cookery", frozen desserts, the use of refrigeration accessories, and dishwashing by electricity on Saturday. Miss Alice Wood, Bachelor of Science, University ftf Cincinnati, formerly a teacher in home economics in the Cincinnati schools, and well-known for her electric cookery TOMORROW JUNE 7-2 to 5 P.M. Come To Our Opening Reception Mrt. lltlrn T. FoUtr schools held in v:ni'm= north Jersey towns during thr >«L t year, will pre- 'sent many new and intfrcsting facts about this modern'methnd of prepar- : ing food. She will demonstrate the simplicity,and tcuntrmy of electric cookery with the use of an electric range and other electric devices included in the complete General Electric Kitchen on, display at the showrooms of Dorsey Motors, Inc. Mrs. N, Osborne, expert in the use of electric home laundry equipment, will give practical demonstrations of the labor saving provided hy electric washing and ironing..she will feature the newly designed General Electric flat-plate ironer which represents a radical departure in ironer design. Invitations have been sent to local women's clubs to attend special demonstrations, according to Frank Dorsey, Jr., manager of the General Electric Division of Dorsey MoUrs, Inc. The public is invited to attend the opening activities which are scheduled to begin on Saturday at 2 p. m. and last throughout the evening. A cordial reception awaita the visitors and refreshments will be served. SEE ELECTRICITY WORK WONDERS IN THIS GENERAL ELECTRIC KITCHEN Electric Appliance Department To Open At Dorsey's Saturday DemnnMration* Will Be Given By Well-Known Home Economists.!» unu-ua! features will mark the <. ii-ninfr of (he (ieneral Electric appliance department of Dorsey M«- l.ii«, Inc. on Saturday, according to Frank Dorsey, Jr., manager. A complete (leneral Electric Kitchen inftalled in a unique automobile trailer which has been visited hy over Mi, residents of northern New- Jersey will be parked in front of the -how-room. In addition, demonstrations of electric cookery, refrigeration and dish-washing will be Riven by well-known home economists in an nt-ctrical kitchen in full operation within the showroom. "Progressive Perth Amboy homekeepers will not Want to miss thi.- fxhibition of what science has done tii make kitchen work a magic dreum," said Mr. Dorsey. "Foods preserved fresh and. full-flavored,- cooked with a!l the food values and savor sealed in; pots and pans clean on the bottom and requiring no scouring, washed electrically with the dishes which dry themselves without the necessity of placing hands in water. No smoke, no fumes or smothering heat in the kitchen; everything arranged to make for convenience by scientific planning; a p!»ce for everything in clean metal cabinets and everything in its place. Surely this is the most Fignificant forward step in homekeeping- that has been made in many a year. Not the least interesting feature of General Electric Kitchen is its wide adaptibility to a variety of room arrangement? and the beauty and value it adds to real estate incorporating in it an improvement." The sample display kitchen on the floor of Dorsey Motor?, Inc., is expected to attract many visitors. Thumbing Nose at Judge Gett Man Term in Jail Beaton. Because he "thumbed his nose" at Judge Charles S. Sullivan In Charleston Municipal court, James Dwytr was adjudged In contempt or coort aod given a ten day Jail sentence. The offensive gesture, made after the Judge had fliud Dwyer * for drunkenness, was detected bj an officer. 5-Year-Old Boy Start* Auto; Smiles at Wreck Vancouver, Wa#h, The Bve-yenr old; son of Mrs. C (i Moore had often watched his mother drive. When she left the car to make a purchase, he started the motor. The tar waa In reverse gear. It bucked wildly down the street, crossed the sidewalk and plunged through a huge display win dow Into a store. Bobby got out. smiling. Falie Teeth C»ui«Suit Kansas City. Among reasons for divorce, Lula Gooch alleged phe paid, with her OWD money, for three get* of false teeth for her husbadd. Chineio Chop Hornet in N, Y, New Tork city Is said to have some 6 Chinese restaurants. SUNDAY DINNER SUGGESTIONS Bf ANN PAOB S IMMER Sundsyi «pwd tor ^ wak* fi^ri. Why ihoud not ltw hou*rk»p.r have '»»t f "'»»*,,l,ant day «lio, «ven hough hwi to a Sunday job! H her family wille -,,,,,rate..he can plan and lerve ro«to which require a minimum of time to be spent In the kitchen. Food stores arc helping the h<mmvit e in thin matter "">" "': fnw foodi which can ami quickly prop"*. the Quaker MsJd Kitchen can be prepari-d with little trouble. P Fresh food, which will prov. temptin s this week-end are watermelon and cantaloupe, new cabbage, ipinach,,. peu and lettuce. I"* **"" for «lftd making and dreiilng ihoula nut bn forgotten by the shopper. Low Cost Dinner Pan-broiled Chuck Steak Creamed New Potatoel Scalloped Tomato** Bread and Butter Cantaloupe ; \,ff c - or Tea M"* Medium Cost Dinner Minute Bound Steak* Parsley Potatoe* Spinach *ith HarH-cooked Egg Graps Jelly Bread and Butter Tnpin Cream with Sliced Or&nwi Mllk Coffee Very Special Dinner Cant&loupo Roast Duckling or Roa»t Beef Baked Potato*! Buttered Asparagus on Toist or Green Bean«Rolls»"««Currant Jelly Chili Sauce Aspic on Lettuc* Spaniih Cream with Crushed Strawberrlei }tak Coffee English Girls Eagerly Seek Dangerous Work London. One of the occupations most eagerly sooght bj working girls In England (because It p&ys BO well and entails such short bonrs) Is one which If elaborate precautions were not taken would be among the most dangerous In the world. It In the filling of minute ptatlnnm or gold needles, tubes, or stainless steel plaques, with small quantities of precious radium salts. The tubes are for use In the treatment of cancer and other malignant complaints. Exposure to the radium emanations Is so haiardous that no girl Is allowed to work longer than six months, despite all the safeguards. Hours are short, with a break during the day for recreation. The best possible conditions are provided In the laboratories with plenty of light, mod ern ventilation and every convenience which would protect the girls' health. The workers wear heavy gloves and long aprons which are Imprecated wltb particles of lend to "Insulate" the wenrera from a high percentage of the Gamma ways. They also work behind lead treated glass plates when weighing the radium. Still Trim H.dge Among other old practices that survive on English farms is that of hedge trimming. Recently an open competition was held In Cheshire In connec- tlon with the annual plowing match. o WOODBRIDGE INPEFENDENI INSTRUCTION VARIED ART CRAFTS Individual Lemon 75,,. Cla8«6c PIANO, Lesson 75c VOCAL, Lesson $ Class of Six $5 New York Colleg«ORDERS TAKEN FOR GIFTS, BRIDGE PRIZES. Church Affair*, etc. ALL KINDS OF LEATHER GIFTS Sheeptkin Toys For Children MARGUERITE WRIGHT Harrell Ave. Edgar WOODBRIDGE LMANN & SON OPTOMETRISTS HOURS Daily, to 2, 2 to 6 and 7 to - Wednesday, to 2 only 89 Smith Street Tel PERTH AMBOY, N. J. MONEY! O» t This Family's Going to OWN A CAR! No wonder Dad makes up his mind, when he hears so!v gs^ many people say "OF COURSE IT'S A GOOD CAR ITS FROM FAYETTE USED CAR MART." He know, that he will get GUARANTEED VALUE. 932 FORD V-8 DE LUXE TUDOR NEVER EXPECTED SUCH WONDERFUL MILEAGE froma TIRE THAT'S PRICED AS LOW, "$ FORD V-8 DE LUXE SEDAN 932 FORD V-8 VICTORIA COUPE 932 FORD V-8 STD. COUPE Special Demonstrations By Home Economists Tomorrow, June 7th, we invite the homekeepers of Woodbridge Township and vicinity to our "open house". The occasion is the opening of our GeneraHjlectric Home Appliance Department. Come at any coavenient time between 2 and 5 p. m. See demonstrations in our beautiful new General Electric All-Electric Kitchen Electric Cookery by Miss Alice Wood Frozen and Chilled Salads and Desserts, a.nd Electric Dishwashing, by Mrs. Helen T. Foster. Also Electric Clothes Washing and Ironing using General Etectric's unique new Home Laundry Equipment. TW M MONITOR TOP HRICflATOR provides ifct world*! lownt cott refrigctiuon. Built to lut «lifetime, the Monitor Top nikhaalsm Ion* tmoog leading m«k««ia gusreaetcd 4 jut*. Tbwe u«tlto new G-E UM cop modtb with price* utowu*99.;oplutt*xtadd«ut«(7. TM NNMAL lucrtk dm famous C«lrod G- heating unit that atkti «k«ttlc cookcty tutrt and Hi mot* economical. There it a G«*rel Electric Rao«t aod«l for titty hoot. 932 CHEVROLET SEDAN 932 PLYMOUTH COUPE 93 CHEVROLET C^UPE 93 NASH 8 ^YL. SEDAN 929 BUICK SEDAN 93 FORD VICTORIA COUPE 93 FORD DE LUXE COUPE 93 FORD SPT. COUPE R. S. MANY OTHER CARS AND MAKE&- ALSO TRUCKS, DELIVERIES, TRACTORS ' Lowest Prices In History for AA QUALITY Nmr b<r*re haa AA Qunliir b«cii ollw*d II tuch ma rnmilni l srlc*. And nnumbu, thli K«Goodrich UiiUv U * bid, «"" tuidy tin... iixctilly procewu to tin unlxunably lonjl w»r. Stop bargain huntlnil and atand- rdha oa» KKAL»»lu«...» tin tlul will QU4 JPoil I(H la the b«4lnnlnt >nd» you more (a tbe cuj Canto In today uul IM It I Don't miss this program! Bring your husband and friends. Learn what electricity is doing to make kitchen work easier,! TM M IUCTHC DMNMSHfR dm diihci fot a penny»'day... tkx* it infii«miu- «Ut... and maay tiium cleaner than pomibl* by IMUML A liie and modol fot muj N^tlnowot. DORSEY MOTORS, Inc. 347 Maple Street PERTH AMBOY PERTH AMBOY 4-3SO GENERAL ELECTRIC LIBERAL TERMS TRADES One Week Exchange Privilege *********** FAYETTE USED CAR MART Divwion of Doney Motor., Inc. On New Brunswick Ave. above C. R, R. Phone P E R T H A M B Q Y N j Open 'till 8: P. M. Woodbridge Auto Sales 478 RAHWAY AVK Lucas Garage 24 AMBOY AVE. WOODBRIDGE, N. J fir.,*... "LiiS

3 , lv,imldge INDEPENDENT -j,, Omtor, Too,,,l rnnninlb" n l»ry, ro,,,,.,l(irlbl. lies In the <!< -..,,,, lnr i\,',. ;t,.ii If Coincd Ijy RuheUii TIIP \vnr<l, "KnrKflnlnnn" Is frnm thrwork of Hnliolnls. In wlilrti Cnrirnnhin Is n gldjinllc klni; lm\li>k nn cvtrnor illnnrv iimoltto, ANNOUNCEMENT take pleasure In announcing to the people of Carteret and vicinity The Appointment of DALTON BROS. 35 Cooke Avenue CARTERET as our official and exclusive sales agency for GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIG- ERATORS, RANGES AND DISHWASHERS Dorsey Motors, Inc. 347 Maple St., PERTH AMBOY, N. J. Factory Production For Old. Increased By 42%; May Sale* Set New High With May snips of the Oldsmohile.'!ix nml Straight Elfcht. hrtvinr renohc<l the highest point ainoe July of 3, the fnotory production schodiilp fnr June hn«been increased hy \2 per cent over the original projection, according to R. M. W. Shaw, sales manager. "Oldsmobile Bales last month exceeded April by slightly more than 23 per cent," said Mr. Shaw, "and exceeded May of 932 by 5 per cent. "Reports from the field on June snlos indicate a continuation of retail demand at a pace that in normal Noble Sissle To Play At Raritan Auditorium Sun. Noble Sisale and hia International Dance Orchestra is scheduled to appear at the Raritan Ballroom, Perth Amboy, Sunday, June 8. Sissle ha,* been a very regular and.'rcqucnt feature on the Columbia network for the past year from tha Park Central Hotel in New York, where he played the tunes while Soiety danced. This orchestra has seen service in.'aris, London and in all the large cities in Europe. It has played in night <!lubr and before royalty. FRTDAY, JUNRJ6, 93B Nearly 5, Worked i For Relief Projects Report Compiled From St»ti»- tics Submitted By 35 Municipalities. NEWARK, June Hi Nearly 5,- men worked on municipal and county "work-for-rolief" projects during the first 5 day* of May, according to a report issued by the State Emergency Relief AdministrHtto«. The report wan compiled from statistics submitted by JI5 municipalities in the State. In the city of Camden alone, more notktlng T»ble Tu icluovc indite made by tiot dishes from a table, Good Housekeeping institute says: "First rub the spot well with a good furniture imiibh or WHI, or with camphorated oil. Next remove the eicesa polish or oil with a denn, sort cloth. Wring a»oft cloth out ot clear lukewarm water and put three drops of ammonia on the cloth. Rub the spots carefully with this cloth and follow IniniroM&tely with another cleiin cloth, moistened with polish or wax." NOW OPEN! The Boston Confectionery IN ITS NEW HOME AT 92 SMITH ST. PERTH AMBOY DELICIOUS BANANA SPUT with Whipped Cream and Fruit Flavors The Boston Confectionery, established in Perth Aniboy back in 97 has always been recognized as leaders in quality and low prices. We open in- our new home with every new and sanitary device for the making of delicious home-made ice cream which you are invited to inspect. For pure, delicious, homemade ice cream and candy at lowest possible prices come to the "Boston". TRY OUR BIGGER AND BETTER PURE FRUIT FLAVOR ICE CREAM SODA 5 OPENING SPECIALS! 5 Lbs. MILK CHOCOLATE HERSHEYQ KISSES 3 MORE OPENING SPECIALS yearr ia expected only during the early Spring peak." than 9, hour* of service were given in return for the assistance extended families of the men working during this period. The State total of work-houra cannot be estimated since only scattered reports of this item were.recejved. The report was viewed as decided- ly encouraging by State Relief Director John Colt, who pointed out that despite hardships and long periods of going without gainful employment, New Jersey's needy citizens who are able to work are maintaining their morale and self respect through the State's plan,of doing useful work for the community in return for the aid they hove received.... In most municipalities of the State, except where the load is too small, the ''work-for-relief" plan operates through a card record of debits and credits for each family re- ^pivinp relief. The debit side shows how much aid has been extended in the way of grocery orders, etc., and on the credit side, each day's work of eight hours Is entered as an offset Ḃy counties, the number of men working during the 5-day period follows: Atlantic, 2,8; Bergen, 3,949; Burlington,,422; Camden, 4,9; Cape May, 235; Cumberland, 28; Essex, 4,88; Gloucester,,86; Hudson, 2,883; Hunterdon, 66; Mercer, 4,87; Middlesex, 5,838; Monmouth,,65; Morris,,32; Ocean,,86; Passaic,,252; Salem, 2; Somerset 87; Sussex, 77; Un ion, (;,282; Warren, 7(8. Why My Child Steals By the Late Edith D. Dixon Children have various motives for «>,.,,, imrk stealing, and the first step in cor- VAUDEVILLE AND recting the child who steals should PICTURE AT RITZ,, ELIZABETH be to discover the motive behind his acts. Herman Hyde, assisted by Miss Lena, 6 years old, was attending Mona, offer a very clever and unique kindergarten She persistently riff- mugica, act at y, e Riu Theatre in ed the pockets of the children s coats..,.. in the cloak room, stealing such ar- &IW»D««I. tides as beads, doll clothes, fruit, Hal Sands Hollywood Revue, feaand even money. Unsuspected by the turing Costello & Lee, Geraldine, teacher at first, Lena carried away Byrnes Sisters and Margie Green, many things. But one day she was provide a minature musical gorgcaught in the act of stuffing some ^u^y COstumed and replete with doll clothes In her coat pocket, and talented artists after that whenever anything disap- Murray Lane presents his Harpeared Lena was'trmfer-suspicion. moni ca Rascals. Two other acts! The time came when Lena had to compi e te this unusual five act bill.' be searched every night before she «Tjj e g tory of Temple Drake", went home, but even then she man- lfltest Paramount picture, which aged to secret some articles on her opend today at tne Ritz Theatre, for person. The fact that the children four d ay8i featuring Miriam Hopkins had branded her a thief, and wete and Jack LaRue.i contains one of the more than ready to lay at her door outstanding screen portrayals of the the responsibility for the disappear- current season ance of any toy omrticle did not Mies Hopkins delivers a perfect) seem to disturb Eftia particularly, interpretation of the role of this ' Her mother was unwilling to believe heroine of William Faulkner's Ben- Lenu capable of such deception, national novel with her curious comsincc she never brought home the bination of conventional traits and "i'?-,.,,.,,..,., reckless abandon. Why did she take things in the face of the teacher's scolding, the children's condemnation, and her mother's punishments, and what did she do with them? It took three months to find the answer. Then it was discovered that two grils, 9 and years of age, were the recipients of the stolen articles. These girls admired Lena. They commented on her pretty curls and rosy cheeks. They gave her candy, they played with her, and took her about with them. She in return, waa willing to play the thief to satisfy them. Lena was an only child. She had no playmates at home and her mother, who was busy working all day, had left her to her own devices. When the mother learned the truth she was able to substitute satisfying playmates for Lena' among children of her own age, and to give her. a. few jobs in the home in order to supply the attention and recognition that Lena ciaved. When the teacher saw to it that Lena made a place for hejself among the children of the kindergarten, and received recognition for legitimate behavior, the problem of stealing disappeared. Next week, "The Glib Child": Old College Fraternity Butii Thotn I! IVIIS the pioneer fraternity or the Middle West. It was estnhllahwl nt Miami university, * Cniil. olilu. In is:«> STARTS TODAY MOUNTING TIRES "AT THE P l i y UU5T MfORE THl START, THE TIRES MEYERS WON WITH AT INDIANAPOLIS WERE FIRESTONES HUGH TOMPKINS OF THE MUNICIPAL SERVICE STATION Has Been Selling Them Here For The Past 4 Years Get Yours Today! POTPOURRI Heaviest Substance Known The heaviest substance known Is the metal lrldlum. It Is almost twenty-three times heavier than water. The ores are found along the Pacific coast In both Canada and the United States, and in the Ural mountains. lrldlum Is a whitish metal found with platinum. It can be alloyed with platinum, gold and copper. t, &3S, Waatern Newspaper union. It you Cheap has been snld, "the only thing can get for nothing li advice." It's often worth It Old Southern SUpU t. Cotton cultivation In the SoutK~"$ beffto about itm. ANNOUNCEMENT GRAND OPENING HIRAM'S PARADISE State Highway No. 25 AVENEL SATURDAY, JUNE 7 8:3 P. M. DINE and DANCE WAGNER MARKET CO Oti SIZES JUAUry PER LB. r/ve POUND curs SIX PURE FRUIT FLAVORS- Home Made ICE CREAM 5 LB. JARS HARD CANDIES Formerly 49c Jar. Opening Special pint ON THE STAGE CHUCK Roast oast 23c I! W * HUMP Beef n25< FRESH FRUIT STRAWBERRY PINEAPPLE CHERRY CHOCOLATE VANILLA PER QUART HERMAN HYDE HAL SAND'S HOLLYWOOD REVUE MURRAY LANE * HIS RASCALS BERNARD & HENRY GAUTIER'S TOY SHOP 4U> Epitod* "3 MUSKETEERS" MAIN STREET, WOODBRIDGE 572 ROOSEVELT AVE., CARTERET "# M o N r v

4 PAGE FOUR YOUR WANTS CLASSIFIED RATE: 5 CENTS PER LINE All tmniirnt adi are payable in JTunrr Adi will b«fit"red by the nclunl number t>( LINES th* copy take*, imtpactit* of Ik* amber of wordi. In ettimatin( Ike colt of ad in advance allow FIVE average words to the line. Figure NINE liaei to the inch. Minimum ad accepted FIVE Une. No ad accepted for le««than 25 eentt. For adi cancelled be fora the anmber of inierttont originally ordered a REFUND will be made except in catei where contract! h*te been signed. CLASSIFIED ADS ACCEPTED UNTIL A. M. FRIDAY MORNING for public*, tion the same day. LOST LOST Bl.-i'k mule chow pup. Last seen nphr Avpnd street, Avenel. Reward. K. Peterson, 2 Thorn street, r W. I. 6-IB* WANTED WANTED Small Farms; in and round Woodbridge Township. A. H. De Young, Avenel, N. J. W. I. 2- tf. LP HELP WANTED BOYS WANTED After school; call at IX McKinley aveijur, Carter- et, New Jet-fey. Martin Coal and lee, Co. C. P. 6-. MALE HELP WANTED WIDE-AWAKE, experienced sales men wanted who arc willing; to work on a proposition in which there is money for a hustler. If you are not a plugger do not waste our time or yours. Call at Woodbridge Inde pendent, 8 Green Street at one o' clock Saturday. HELP WANTED FEMALE LUZIER SPECIAL Formula Laboratories have opening for repre entatives throughout Middlesex County territory. Write Josephine Y. Winfield, IK So. Second avenue, Highland Park, N. J. for appoint merit. W. I. G-9* vrttnt MENIf FURNISHED Apartment. Inquire 5f> Maple avenue, Woodbridge N. J. W. I. G-9 tf. ATTRACTIVE five-room apartment. All improvements. Steam heat. 639 Rahway avenue, Woodbridge, N. J. W. I. 2-7 tf. ROOMS FOR RENT TWO VERY ATTRACTIVE BED. ROOMS with private family, near High School, suitable for school teachers. Will accept Baby Bond. 5 in payment for rent. 55 Maplf avenue, Woodbridge, tines SEASHORE COTTAGE FOR RENT Has dining room, 2 bedrooms, living room, laundry and nice cool veranda. Is completely furnished. Reason able rent. Apply James McCollum 29 Irving street, Rahway. Phone Rahway FOR RENT Five and six room houses. All improvements. From $2 up. De Young, Avenel. Phone Woodbridge 8-22-J. W, I. 3- tf. FOR RENT 5Gfl Maple Avenue 6 rooms and bath, large living room, steam heat, garage, rent, $45. J. H. Concannon Real Estate 76 Main St. Tel FIVE-ROOM HOUSE ajl improvements. Inquire 7(5 JKew street, Woodbridge, N. J. W. I. 3-3tf STATIONERY Our complete array coraprue* cwttj neejerl item of l Announcement! Correspondence Card* Invitations «Envelope* Engraved Card* Stationery Coin* t> uutituptet out tampl* Our printing draw* attention. Gtv«i u* m otwnoa. to prov* ft IsfttK FOR..SALE Five room house with bath and all improvements in Rowland plar* Telephone Woodbridgt 8 7. FOR PROMPT SERVICE CALL Borup's Garage, Perth Amboy 4-3. All kinds of automotive re- HOUSE FOR SALE 6 rooms»nd bath; all improvement*; garage; porch screeiu tad» Wrung*, Apply Woodbridge Independent, Box A., pairing, Woodbridfe, N. J. HOUSE FOR SALE 525 CASH for x room brick house on Barron avenue. Owner to leave or Europe.by July st. Brokers not protected. Inquire 458 Amboy avenue, Woodbridge. W. I FARMS Belonging To FEDERAL LAND BANK OF SPRINGFIELD, acquired by foreclosure, FOR SALE, OH KENT. Will be sold for part cash, ana baiance financed by lung term first and second mortgages. For particulars, inquire of George J. Plechntr, National Bank of New Jersey Iiuilding, New Brunswick, N... FOR SALE or RENT RESTAURANT and Ll'NTH ROOM for sale nr rent. Good location on super-highway, Avenel. AH new equipment. $2 a week business, can,k' increased. Box K, Woodbridgp Independent. W. I. 6-9 tf. BUSINESS DIRECTORY FRANK BRECKA, 7 Park avenue, Avenel, N. J. Speciaiiees in furnace work, heating plants. Chimneys vacuum cleaned, wire-brushed top to bottom, soot removed, $4.5. Roofing, gutters, leader work, furnace parts, grates furnished, all makes. W. I. 6-6, 23, 3; 7-7* MOVING and STORAGE^ MOVING AND STORAGE Prompt service and careful handling. Jas. Me Collum, Inc., 29 Irving street, Rahway. Phone Rahway GAS STATION FOR SALE OR Kent and lunch rooms. Gas, electric and city water; reasonable. Frank l'riess, super-highway 2, corner Spring street, Bonhamtown, N. J. TRADE FOR USED CAR WILL TRADE two city lots in Fords for good used car. Write, giving year and make of car to Box CO, Woodbridge Independent. W. I. 3-. LAFAYETTE GARAdE _ AUTO service tn the minute, (inneral auto repairing. Day and night wrecker service. Gasolines, oils, ac-.'fmnries, storage. Paul Popnvitch, Prop. Super-Hiehway 25, Woodbridge TCwnship, M^tuchen, N. J. Phone Met W. I * wrecker service. 24 hour service. 88 Amboy avenue, Perth Amboy. W. I. 7-7* SPEEDOMETERS HAL'S SPEEDOMETER SERVICE 34 Madison avenue, Perth Am. boy. Phone Vacuum Tanks, Fuel Pumps, Windshield Wipers repaired. Also auto repairs. W. I * AUTO SUPPLIES USED. TIRES FOR ALL MAKE Cars. Also new and used replacement parts and accessories. 24 hour service. Borup's Auto Supplies, 88 Amboy avenue, Perth Amboy, Phone 4-3. W.. 7-7* NEW DEAL OIL CO., Wholesale and retail distributor? Pennsylvania Motor Oils, transmission, cup Ki-pfuen, nuto sonps. Rond stand pop'jsitf Steven's Club, Rahway avenue, Woodbridge. Phone Rahway 7-66-W. \V. I. G-9, 6, 23, 3. AUTOMOBILE PAINTING CARS PAINTED $2. COMplete job. Trucks $6. and up. Cars called for and delivered State Garage, Superhighway No. 25, 43 Edar road, Rahway. Phone V. I. 7-28* BATTERY SERVICE DALTON'S AUTO ELECTRIC AND Battery service. General automotive repairing. We specialize in generators and starters. Also Stromberg carburetors. 7-2 State street, Perth Amboy. Phone * LOCKSMITHS D. DEKOFF, LOCKSMITH-GUNsmith, general repairing, safes opened and repaired and combinations changed. Ice skates sharpened, saws filed. 54 New Brunswick avenue, Perth Amboy. Phone Garden Tractors, Fordpon Tractors tf Farm Machinery, New and Used Great Bargain. Apply CATERING Ellis Tiger Co., Gladstone, N. J. JOHN'S DINER CORNER OP Tel. Pcapack 32 Super Highway Route 26 and W. I. 5-5 to 6-3 Amboy avenue, Metuchen. Phone We cater to occasions of ajl types at prices fitting present day conditions. tf "RESTAURANTS MEET ME AT RAY'S HUT, Dining Room service, Toasted Sandwiches and good Beer. On Super-highway at Clover Leaf, Avenel. Tel. Woodbridge H-73M. SHOE REPAIRING IF YOU WANT economy and reliable work, call at Ideal Shoe Hepairing Shop, 77 Main street. Men's soles and heels,- $.. Ladies' heels. 2c. Work guaranteed, W. I. -4* tf TRUCKING TRUCKING, local or long distance j two trucks at your convenience. Phone Woodbridge 93. John Thomas, Oakland avenue, Sewaren. Innrr th^n- fir*i purr in ' " " IS'. I'll III' hieh r "tl'l HICIi Tl \ A' T HI " \\ rly Ml' \':.**tn LI i... nth S" I frnn, h" 'I <>\r Imf I" riv H'li. (In*"f nmnlnr H*ulk) <>t lf> f«>«l I" runniilk Su d 'p running N'irtI pnlnl In Ib* mi,.ii.,,.. "f r«... tlun '.f I Mill II.'- > I.-U il-ii ] j-i.t,.a rll."-,,i'l...rii't. 3'- * a.u.i! I >"in' :in'l ' crn"t. Ks»l Mm!" I l>ne "T r»fk..r -.ii-l H'<. lln I'! t In I", I I ml [ia m:i\,,< HK'M'.M l. ' i l ]^\l ^ V!. V, f... if I."I.',. '. I> \ " & H..i),..i...r,. l'i«i,... > " i i i. :-! ;TIIJ:K..f tin i hi iw Iir-. r«. f,,r Thirl TM.r...< II I'"' "! - i Hi..,f 'i (p.i Ii.. I' tli.. In lh< T"»"~»-»JII. nil II M' ujlicll i ari'l M.li. I -, I -. A I. \\ II. KM. Mi I HIM.I. ill. ( nii'l tl-.i I i ' i I., IliBll rldlil" Woodbridge Township Audit For 932 Honorable Mayor and Township Committee, Township of Wondbridge, Middlesex County, New Jersey. Dear Sirs: In accordance with our contract, we have made and completed an audit of the accounts and records nf the." TOWNSHIP OF WOODRRIDGE MIDDLESEX COt'NTV, NEW JERSEY, for the calendar year l c.i32. Our audit v.-,i- conducted in strict compliance with the requirement* of the State-Department of Municipal Accounts and the various Exhibit? required by the Commissioner were prepared and are attached hereto as a part of this report, * OuY audit doe- not contemplate the determination of the quantity or quality nf materials or labor represented by cluims paid during the period under review. We have accepted the approval and pa.^age of the claims as to these items. The fuiluwinn n-i.>'»-.ri"icr.daticsr sre re'^'"' fully submitted in connection with our audit.. Diligent effort should be made by the Collector's Department to locate difference^ in various control accounts. 2. That uninllertuble personal and poll taxes be investigated and disposed of. 3. That substantial provision be made for uncollectable taxes by annual budget appropriiitinn. 4. That at least a portion of outstanding taxes be verified by direct communication. 5. That efforts be made to collect unpaid accounts receivable. 6. That provision be made for protested check in the amount of $24.9 in the Treasurer's records. lu'.-nvory frnm tmunct bunk- triimre for WOODBRIDGE Sebastian l.inoli ,, (\«i,mm<-nt tn Township»f Smkinit fund Account in Defunct Han* Typewriter -KxchatiKc Si'nkinK I'' "" Commission Recovery frinn Defunct Hank Interest Reserve Tax Anticipation Bonds Tax Revenue Bonds Tax Title Lien Bonds Tax Overpayments Df'K Licence Fees Deputy Collector routs Collector's Over Account TOTAL RECEIPTS DEDl'CT: Township Bonds Applied to Above Collections: " Held by Treasurer Held by Collector 7. That the coupon account be reconciled currently. Payments to Special Sinking Funds (Net) get he 8. That included the balance in the 934 of deferred budget. items unprovided for in the M3 bud- Deputy Disbursed Collector Costs: by Collector 9. That stubs or duplicates be kept of nil licenses issued. Disbursed by Treasurer. That indin-ct or prospective assessments be reviewed to determine that all items so recorded will be included in future assessments. Taxes Remittances to Fire Districts A/C 93 '. That the balance of Keasbey Water deficit and "Meter" account be provided for in a subsequent budget. 2. That an analysis be made of deferred charges to future taxation. 3. That inti-ffund borrowings be liquidated at the earliest possible time. WE HEREBY CERTIFY: i That all delinquent taxes of 932 have been extended to the margins of the duplicate ;iml the detail is in agreement with the control figures made part of tviu report with the exception noted on page 3 of this report. That delinquent ledgers have been installed and all taxes up to and including 93 have been transferred thereto and the detail of such ledgers is in agreement with the control figures made part of this report with the exception noted on page 3 of this report. That tax title lii-ns and subsequent taxes have been transferred _to the i j a delinquent ledgers and the detail is in agreement with the control figures made part of this report with the exception noted on page 5 of this report. That unpaid assessments and assessment liens have been transferred to the delinquent ledgers and the detail is in agreement with the control figures made part of this report with the exception noted on page 6 of this report. That the foregoing report is, subject to the accompanying comments, in our opinion, a true and correct report of the Township of Woodbridga as obtained by the books and records presented to us, and we believe it to be a true and correct report of the financial condition of the Township of Woodbridge, as evidenced by the books, records and documents pre«sented for Our inspection. (Signed) H. BRAVERMAM & CO. Certified Public Accountants, (signed) B. FRANK GOMINGER, Registered Municipal Accountant. (signed) A. KRISSOFF, Registered Municipal Accountant. HENRY F. NICKENIG Trucking and Moving HACKETT'S SERVICE STATION Local and Long Distance On Super Highway No, 25, Avenel. "Standard Accounts Accepted Tel. Woodbridge East avenue, Sewaren Here." Open day and night. Standard agent. Phone Woodbridge SAW FILING N. CHR. HANSEN ALL KINDS W ; 6-2, 9, 6* of saw filing by machine. Re- CARTERET MOTOR SERVICE toothing or.change of teeth. Gen- CTal Automotive repairing - welding - machinist. Sewing machines - repaired. Razors sharpened, tool 93 Deficit Unexpended Balance Account 5,99.64 grinding, scissors ground. 45 Fay- 93 Deficit Unexpended Balance Account 4,26.3 Deferred Tax Abatements 7,32.77 gasolines _ oils - accessories. Radios installed in any make car. Roosevelt avenue between Carteret and Railway. Phone Carteret * ette street, Perth Amboy. W. I * UPHOLSTERING WHEN YOU BREAK DOWN CALL _ "Woodbridge Clover Leaf CHARLES SERMAYAN Upholster- Garage. Frank Lenches, Jr., prop ing and cabinet making; mattresses; chair caning; BIBO carpet clean- Expert auto repairing, Gasoline oils tires and tubes, Body and ing. Special price for this week. 28 fender work. Sijper Highway Route Main St. Phone Woodbridge , Avenel * A Classified Adv. Will Sell It News of All Woodbridgo Townthip in the Independent, the most widely read paper in Woodbridge RECEIVERS SALE IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY Between Asriel Deiuh and Bernard Minsky, complainants, and J. Weiner & Co., Inc., a New Jersey Corporation, and other defendants. We, the undersigned, Receivers of J. Weiner & Co., Inic., a New Jersey Corporation, shall axpose to sale at public vendue on MONDAY, JUNE NINETEENTH, NINETEEN HUN- DRED AND THIRTY-THREE, at 2:3 o'clock in the afternoon (Daylight Saving Time) of auid day, a' No. 2i>2 Smith street, Woodbridge, New Jersey, all the goods and chattels, rights, credits and effects of the said J. Weiner & Co., Inc., hereinafter mentioned, which are at said premises, in parcels or aa an entirety, which ever way shall appear for the best inwrest of said Estate, to the highest bidder for cash. The following goods and chattels, righu, credit* and effects will be exposed to sale: one Chevrolet Coupe, one Chevrolet Truck, one Mack Truck and all' accounts receivable which are due and owing to the said J. Weiner & Co., Inc. Inspection can be made of. said goods and chattels, rights, credit* und effects to be sold, on the premises at No. 292 Smith street, Woodbridge, New Jersey, beginning at o'clock (Daylight Saving Time), on MONDAY, JUNE NINETEENTH, NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIR- TY-THREE. Other terms and conditions of salt; will be announced at the time of the sale. The right to reject any und all bids is reserved, HERMAN H. ANEKSTEIN, ISIDORE DUBROW, 46 Puterson Street, New Brunswick, N. J, HHKKIFF'H HALE IN I'HANl'EKY <>V XlilV JEUSEY Bf- IWIHI I'l.AINFlKl.I) TITLE AND MOIITliAISU Ol'AHANTY COMPANY, Cullllilttdiiihl nni) UHNARD SC'HAAFSMA, et al.-.. [)i.[imiikiiil«fl Fu. '(or the aiinnf iiiiirtbhkml jiri-inlbes tluu-it May IN. 98. Ity virlut* nf Uie abuvo slated Writ, i'i mo diri'.'u'il ttii't lii-livi'n-il, will expose [i.»ah' nt puljllc v.'ndue on WKUXKSDAV, THE 'TWELFTH DAY OF jrl.y A». NINBTEEN Hl.'NDftED AND THIKTV-'l'HJtBE ul l«u ii't-liirk Imjliglil Saving Time 'Inle In tilt, afternoon of tha tiui'l ilay. at Ulerlfrs ofelco III the rity of New Brunswick. N. ^. All the following tratlb or pan-els»f IKIKI II nil prfinlbw hereinafter particularly ilom-rlbril. ultuatf, lying and being In the Horouiili of Middlesex, In the County uf Mtdilleie and State of New Jersey. FIKBT TltAC!T, HEGNNINU ttt a point marked liy an Iron pips In the Wenterly.-...It line of l'arker Street, aald point beliik distant 45 feet In a Northerly direollnn uliing Bald»llle line nf Parker Slpeet fi.iin lln lniitxi-rtlun with tlie Northerly nidi) Hue of Murtln Street; thenee runiillik N'ortli 3 5" Wvml and along the salii»ld«line of Purktr Street, a dlntsnue of 46 feet to an Iron Dlpe and I'Orner; tlience running South 8«4' Went, a distance ol lftlt feet to un Iron pipe und curner; thence running Soutli 3" Ii' Eaut ana parallel with the aforesaid side line of l'arker Street, u dlsunce o( it feet to an Iron pipe and corni«r; thenee running North 8ti ii' Uaat and limallol with the»««>n<l CIUIBO herein, a dlnt&nce of feet to the pnlnl ami plate'of BEGINNING. TOGETHER with all tlie ruiht, title and Interest of the parties of the flrot part tn and to tin land lyln* In front of the urero- IB.U above described to the center line of Parker Hlreet. ujlwect to the Ml-vitude of the public therein for use as» public highway. Decree for Flrat Tract»rat. to anprot. 4,«6.O. SECOND TRACT. BEGINNING at all Iron pl i«marking the Intersection of the inortherly tide line of Martin Street with the Westerly side line of/ Parker Street; thence running from nald (beginning, pojiil In a course of North S 4' West «"d along the Bald Westerly line of I'arker Street, a dlatancs of *E feet to «n Iron pipe»ud oornur; iheiue running Bouth s»" ii< West, a distance of feet to an Iron pipe aiid corner; tlieiu:e running South 8" H' East aud parallel with the aturesald side line of 'arker Street, a dl«lani:e ut 66.7 f»ol tu 'an Iron pipe anil curnor In tlm Nortlmrly side Hnu of Martin Htre«t ndirejald. Iliencu riiunluii riiunluis North»' 5»V Kant and along aald Hide line of Martin ASSETS Current Cash Special Sinking Tund TOWNSHIP OF WOODBRIDGE CURRENT DIVISION BALANCE SHEETS January, 932 $ 3,75.3 Gen. Taxes Receivable 974, Light Districts Taxes Receivable Garbage Taxes Receivable District No Fire District Taxes Assumed by Current 45,43.4 Tax Title Liens fi28,227.9 Accounts Receivable Miscellanous 3, Accounts Receivable Departmental Revenues 8,7. Protested Checks Due from Fire Districts 47,72. Due from Light Districts 2,8.48 Due from Garbage District? 9,699.4 Keasbey Water Due from Trust 4, Township Bonds held by Current Due from Captial Division Due from Coupon Account State Aid. Emergency Relief 4, DEFERRED ITEMS 93 Deficit Miscellaneous Revenues Anticipated 7, Revenues Anticipated 42, Overexpendituree 8, " " _.._ 8, "?.-.._.; 929 Deficit Unexpended Balance Account 4,953.3 A. E. Berry Short Account Bond Issue Expense 8,49.98; 932 Bond Issue Expense Interest Deficiency 86, Work ami Dependency (Relief 5,74.7, 932 Work Relief ' Emergency Revenues Chapter 272, Laws of 9UU - 7,77.46 Emergency Huvenues Chapter 387, Laws of 93, 22,548. Emergency Revenues Chapter 92, Laws of 97 25, ,5,83.27 CURRENT DIVISION BALANCE SHEETS LIABILITIES: January, 932 Tax Revenue Notes $,95,. Tax Title Lien Bonds \ 49,(. Interest Deficiency Note 39,2(. Emergency Notes 32,29.45 Due to Trust Division 5,867,55 Due to Coupon Account 43.5 Due to Local Schools State and County Taxes 93,3.76 Accounts Payuble,44.65 Collector's Over Account 8.35 Tax Over Payments f Due Deputy Collector tor Costa Reserve for Damage by I>ogs Due to Fire Districts Fire District Tax Collections... 5, Fire District Taxes Assumed by Current 3, Fire District Taxes Assumed by Curi rent Surplus Revenue 76, December 3, 932 $ 63.9S.38 22,58.5,76, , , ,876.2;) 2, ,58.2.'), ') 8,342.S3 4, ,., ,39.88,923.3 D,2 O7.56 6, ,674.6, ,27.c, , , ,38.4 December 3, 932 $ 838, ,. 3,8. 5, , , , ,7 3. 2, , , ,5.2 2,5,83.27 *2,497,966.8«,, STATEMENT OF TREASURER'S CURRENT CASH RECEIPTS I AND DISBURSEMENTS YEAR 932 RECEIPTS: Balance^ January, 932 Miscellaneous Revenues Anticipated $ 69, n.94 Miscellaneous R^venueB Not Anticipated Billboard Fees J37.5 Interestt on Bank Balances in Defunct Bank General Taxes _. 86, Fire District Taxes 39, Franchise Taxes * 69,.2 Gross Receipts Taxes 26, Tax Title Liena " 28,982. Protested Checks Redeemed 2,65.9 Afccounts Receivable Miscellaneous 8,778.3 Accounts Receivable Departmental Revenues _, 7, and Prior Years Fire Districts Tax Collections Retained Fire Districts Tax Collections,8.3 Received from Light Districts: v Repayment* 3,72^42 Bank Balances Assigned Light Diatiicta Cash Assumed By Currjnt 3,76 3G DISBURSEMENTS: Budget Appropriations Emergency Appropriations l'i;jl Budget Appropriation Reserves : l'.isl Emergency Appropriation Reserves Tax Refunds Checks Protested. Accounts Receivable- Miscellaneous I'XM Hond Issue Expense, Advances to Fire Districts: Audit Charge District Cash Suspense -' - Advances to Light District? Advances to Garbage Local Schools State nnd County Tuxes ;-,. - I'.iSI Denendency and Unemployment Relief,-,--. Payment to Sinking Fund Commission on Assigned Bank Account Payment for Checks Drawn on Defunct Bank Ta( Revenue Bonds Tax Title l.ien Bonds Inti'rMt Deficiency Notes Emergency Notes Coupon Account Overpayment to Coupon Account THX Overpayments Refunded x Year Prior to S ,25, 2,. 24,5. 356, , ,. 3,. TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS Balance in Treasurer's A/C December HI, 932? 53,269.6 Balance in Collector's A/C December 3, 932, 9, IMS mil) !)23 U TOWNSHIP OF WOODBRIDGE GENERAL TAXES RECEIVABLE YEAR 932 Balance 932 January Tax, 932 Levy, ,527.2G ,382.39,7.79 5,6.4 9,4.28 3,2.7 2, , , , : 23, , Tax Year Prior to , !I l'- )2 ' J!)3 Transferred To Tax Title Liens itsri.9' 3, ,.34 6, , , , , ,452.8 $ 974, Unexpended Balanec Account, ,895.,89,32.67 $,89,32,.67 $ Deferred Tax Abatements Account $ ' 5.4 $ , $2,669.52? 9,396.7 $ 6,5.88 TOWNSHIP OF WOODBRIDGE TRUST DIVISION BALANCE SHEETS ASSETS: Jan 932 Trust Cash $ '28, Assessments Receivable 866,24.92 Assessment Liens 363,75.65 Indirect Assessments 78,629.4 Accounts Receivable Street Vacating... 2^322'96 Due from Cm-rent Division '..'. 5'867.&5 Due from Capital Division Special Sinking Fund Deferred Items: Assessments Abated Protested Checks Z..Z.. Keasbey Water Accounts: Accrued. Accounts Receivable Accounts Receivable Deficit Account Prior to 929,57.99 $2,497,96.8!' LIABILITIES: 92 Deficit Account.. 93 Deficit Account... 9! Deficit Account 932 Deficit Account Meters...., , H.4,86.67 Temporary improvement Bonds $ Serial Assessment Bonds,;.' 69 Due to Canital Division ' Reserve for Indirect Assessments Ri'servi! for Premium on Tax Sale Assessment Reserve. Trust Surplus Keasbey Water Accounts: Accounts Payable Due to Current Division.' yapitai Canitkl Accounts " 3 732:8 2&. 6, ,889.27,4,86.57 OF DIVISION BALANCM"SHEET8 Jan,, 932 Receivable... T I'SKCMH Due from Trust Division Z" f Suspense ^ i 4 ong 4B Unapplied Budget "Appropriation'lor Bond!, Kedemption ' Unconfirmed Authori^yionaUn^pe^-7;;;;;;;;;;;;; Asseiisabie"improvements':" JiS'S&S Authorizations Overexpended 8887 ImprovemenU Unauthori.ed-CoBte"::::::.. - JTOTJO Oeneral Town«hip ImproyemenU- ' Authorizattoiw Unexpended, Authorizations Ovorexpended B 97*l2 tharges to Future Taxation,88, LIABILITIES: 2,45,887.9 Temporary General Improvement Bonda..,28,98.8 Temporary Improvement Bonds 8b M xerm Bonds OK AAA an Serial, Bonda -S^'XK'SS Reserve for Bond Redemptions ",8.25 Retained Percentages Payable Due to Current Divuion. Due to Trust Division Bond Issue Expense Reserve 2B.&3 Unconfirmed Assessable Improvements 7 "" Appropriations Unexpended 8, ^pji, oprifttionj 8,8.87 * Overexpended bt'msrul Township Improvements- ".T-"- 89.7JS Appropriations Unexpended Appropriations Overexpetttkd'".'.!".'.'.'.'."".938,787., i 9,(. 2,67,8:.; 9,42 7,73K. II. 2,H.V. 2,f,7l - 4on 3-.fit 45..'.7 4 F,',!7 >.; >K:! 64,28', 24,,, 9,2 ; 2,2:i. 4::n 7 8i>:>. 22.S- 'Jl J.i 5,8'JT.,. $l,994,r,i;i. Collected in 962 l. 334.J:i 532.:.-; 2,95:!.:;. 3,24',. 2 4, ,Hi2. iv, 2,9).-., 5,:',,".; 4fi,4iii'i ; 85, ;.: BuhiiK'o Decemt Ii 3, \:>; 9-lN.n 7:.. 24". ; 2,4!'.'.! 2,3.". 4,27,,3'. 7,-lf..> 53,9:;. 3, /riT. Dec. 3, lv :-' (5,54.!:; 7,4/ 467,5!.:.!- 78,6'J.Mi 7^..M 5O.8B7..'.."I 2,n, rl 'J ; 64 l.o^ 4,3M»--'' Dec. 3, i' 7 98,34 84,243.".' 32,)2.Hi 2,57.M,67,4: 85,(i,<"» 86,' "",4,M! l«u ; ' Si.W 82,'J--

5 INDEPBKDENT FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 933 PAGE McCOLLUM'S GREAT BRIDE SALE BEATS THE RISING MARKET A SMALL DEPOSIT HOLDS ANY ARTICLE UNTIL WANTED Inflation is here and prices are rising daily, but not at Me Collum's. We bought our stock when the market was at rock-bottom and now we pass these savings on to you in this great June Bride Furniture Sale. In our opinion this is your last chance to buynew furniture at depression prices for we believe the market will advance steadily. Why not then, take advantage of this great sale and SAVE? The prices on furniture listed here not only represents the low market hut also substantial reductions over the prices we were getting three months ago. WE'VE EVEN SLASHED OUR PROFITS TO MAKE THIS GREAT SALE ONE OF THE BIGGEST EVENTS RAH- WAY HAS SEEN IN A LONG WHILE. All Furniture offered in this sale is new and up-to-date Stock we purchased 2 month* ago. Sale Starts Saturday, June 7 DCLLAC WILL NEVEB BUY AS MUCH AGAIN-ACT NCWX Pillows I 3 PIECE LIVING ROOM SUITE further pilulwh Wilt vim niiiny» comfortnhlc K.<t. Anil you need not,.,.:,!;,. thinking nbout the i iilit-i, if y»u take «dvun-,,f :his sale and our pros- 89c each wmmmmm Smoking Stands Mine are made of wonil I,, others arc constructed!, -u-el. Mnny are in tnoil- -,\Xw designs with V>t«of pvciiicnt and clever attach-, nt- which make thnir use a, :l-iir,'. Our sale price. This metal bed is built of heavy rolled steel and will stand lots of hard usage. The link spring has our guarantee for durability, while the cotton mattress we know will please you. And the price think of it only $7! TWIN STUDIO COUCH It will hi' II luiitf lime bifuit' we are nblr to offer you :i studio couch again at this price. In many styles and colors. See them d> O95 today. SIS- BED, SPRING, MATTRESS 49c up ;B:;^Bimtnm BEAUTIFUL DINING ROOM SUITE jn.-. ami colors. ^ oil can't go wrong Sewing Machines I luluded in our assortment, White, Singer and Standid model?. All new and in I i f< ct running order. Wo :vr cut some in price 25 f i. :i"ro are u few demonstrators i can have for $5. Latest Radios If you haven't a radio, or ] i'id a new one, here is your inince. Our stock includes Kol ii is, Atwater-Kents and many ther models. You may have ii.linnet model for $29. while.' > table sizes sell for. up Boudoir Lamps We have a (treat variety of < lamps with beautifully j i"i"cd shades made of dur- ' ': materials, The wholesale ' <'> <>f these lamps today is ie than we are asking. Do tied say more? H;ile price 49c PIECE Dinner Set II-* M't has enough pieces l'i 'jpi'i'ly.serve 2 people. "i (i of strong material which I tuts excessive chipping I cracking, We positively u;iiiti'l* these dishes to serve i well. For quick disposal Floor Lamps If your floor lamps are beinaitig to look shabby why nol eplucc them during this sale. you wait you will pay more, 'iif stock has any number of limps that will please you. amp and shade complete $4.95 complete ill!'. -ii. The twn pieces I Club Chnir can be purchaied itparately. 29 CLUB CHAIRS We have any number of these beautiful chair* covered with the new style Prizett.; an,i (li-si^hed in a variety of colors. Get vuji, ti.dav at this low d»/\95 This Dining Room Suite includes buffet, china closet, server table and 5 chairs with one side chair. Is well constructed and guaranteed to give good service. The ten pieces complete. USE OUR CONVENIENT CLUB PLAN-ASK ABOUT TERMS ^^ ^-«3-PIECE WICKER SUITES FELT BASE Congoleum Check up on your floor covering. Replace the "Id, worn stuir which bus mure than done its duty with this lino felt base CONCiOLEUM. At this low price you will save a substantial sum of inflated dollars. 39c yd. mmmmm ICE BOXES This white enamel box Ims three doors and is built of the finest material obtainublb. It should Hunt a life-time with proper cure. It is so constructed that cleaning it is an easy task. The best part of this item is its prici* If you could buy this WICKER SUITE today lit prevailing wholesale prices you couldn't duplicate o u r price. We bought these suites on the low market and more -we got an exceptional buy. Yes we have them in a number of styles and colors. Above all things see our line of this furniture before buying. The three pieces $-95 9 Magazine Racks Well constructed and brightly finished in a variety of finely grained woods. Just the piece to fill some open corner in your living room, and then, they're convenient, too. Special sale price $4..5 ^ u Great RUG SALE! Space ilnpsn'r s\l!"\v us to tell yon all about our irorkt'ous selection of nikm which we have marked down in some instances i!i>'/['. Hut we want to make it clear that we never apain expect to offer values such as these. Imagine this: RuK H F -3"xl'-6". $ A-% 4 a Velvet GRASS THROW RUGS In all the brilliant Summer designs. Just the ticket for this time of the year. We have some 27".VI" we are clearing out at 5-PIECE BREAKFAST SETS This sturdy little Breakfast Set recently sold for nearly twice this price. But no more. Inflation is here so grab these quick. The supply is limited. In many modern designs and colors. Our price. $9.95 SEE THIS BEDROOM SUITE TODAY This finely constructed walnut suite includes large size dresser or vanity, bed, and chest of drawes. Extru pieces can be purchased separately. Here is our special sale price -compare it with others. INLAID Linoleum Made of the finest material and designed in any number of attractive and appealing color schemes. These lively new patterns will brighten up many a dreary room. Replace those old coverings now. 49c yd. and up Kitchen Cabinets What housewife would be without one'.' And at this price you can certainly afford one. Well constructed und cleverly assembled to give you plenty of storage and working space. Our low price. STORE OPEN EVENINGS James McCollum,^ 29-3 IRVING STREET RAHWAY, N. J. SUPER-SAFE REFRIGERATOR Wo suppose you have aril a great deal about is new GKUNUVY which is king the cuuiilry by storm, L us r-huw it to you and i many exceptional l'eatur-, we know you'll like it. i: also hale a limited mini, r of Zl'lKUZON'K boxes mil un Inner-Spring MATTRESS This sturdy mattress has 8 coils»nd is covered with a heavy sateen tick. We jjuarantw it to be «*tisfmctory. There are but a few left we can sell at this low price, "McColhim's Prices Are Right" 7.95 And Up

6 PAGR SIX FRIDAY, JUNE 6. SCHOOL DAYS By DWIG WOODBRIDGE INDEPENDENT THIS WEEK YEARS AGO Subscription $.5 Per Year PubUihed Ey«y Friday hy MIDDLESEX PRESS, 8-2 Green Street, Woodbridge Telephone, Woodbridge 8-7, 8-7 MAXWELL LOGAN _.._ Pnbli»b»T GRANT. COTTS Z~~ Advertising: Manager CHARLES H. BYRNE...*... Editor THOMAS J. BRENNAN - Associate Editor Entered as second-claw roatur March IS, 99, at th» Portoffice at Woodbridge, N. J., under the Act of March 8, 879. Nati<m>l AdT»rtf r run N«w J*»*j N«wi Mp«r*, lac. *"*N«w York Chicago PhiUd.lphia Nawark IS, PUBLICATION is committed to no political, raeial, relipious,, or social group or organization. Its aim is to allow in its news column* nothing" that it knows to be untruthful, biased, or of a nature to offend a proper sense of delicacy. The paper's opinion, insofar u a sincere endeavor can serve to prevent it, does not appear in the news, but is confined to the space set aside' for it the editorial column. In this column it is pledged to uphold such things as it considers worthy, and to condemn and fight against conditions in which it sees evidence of insincerity, injustice or prejudice of the public welfare. It* columns at all times are open to publication of communications on any subject, although no communication will be considered that is palpably bitter or malicious or which is nut kitfiietl by iu author. In case: where it i» requested, the name of the author of a communication will be withheld in publishing. TEACHERS' PAY Things are in a bad way between the school teachers anil the Board -of Education. The board is several months behind in paying salaries and the teachers naturally want their money. About ten days ago it was thought that the board would be able to pay something; a month's salary at least up to February. But somebody figured wrong and when the time came there was not enough money to pay up to that date. Instead, the teachers were paid up to January 2. - There was some reaction to that, perhaps, but the thing that is arousing the teachers is the fact that vacation is very near and they want money for vacation. Many of them take educational trips; others take summer courses to further fit themselves for their work. They are naturally particularly anxious to get their back salary at this time. They want, it all when school closes. They held meetings. They sent a committee to confer with the finance committee of the Township committee, and finally they engaged a lawyer to look after their interests. No one can blama the teachers for doing everything possible to obtain the money due them. They need it desperately and they have been patient. They have done their part in earning the money. The lawyer they have engaged is talking about a court fight. Will that do any good or will it mean a little extra expense for the teachers and the township, and some business for the lawyer? The trouble is the board has no money with which to pay the teachers, and no means of borrowing it in the usual way. All the lawyers in the country can not alter that fact unless they can find a way to make those who- can afford to pay their back taxes do so. The lawyer has been quoted as intimating that the boavd and those indefinite persons called collectively "Politicians" are deliberately holding out the teachers' salaries. Then, there are others who criticise the governing bodies for paying interodt and principal on bonds, and paying bills of contractors instead of paying salaries of teachers, police and other public employees. Most of the money paid in interest on bonds, was. paid last July before the salary question became acute; -a little was paid January this year. That is a matter of record. The Board of Education received about sixty per cent of the money due it and paid the money out again in salaries. That, too is a matter of record. The State ow.ed the Board of Education $94, and paid only about $,, another matter of record. What will the lawyer do about these things? The beginning and end of the whole situation is that the taxpayers have not been able to pay their taxes this year and last as they did in normal years. And that, most important of all, neither this township or any other municipality can borrow on delinquent taxes, unpaid assessments or any of. the usual collateral that has been, accepted for years in normal times. The financial condition of the country, the money market, is at the bottom of all the trouble. Let us grant that township administration^ may have made plenty of mistakes in the past in readily granting every request for improvements, financing same temporarily and trusting to the property owners to return the money in the form of assessments. It would have, been better if the requests had not been granted so readily. It might have been reasoned out that the flush times could not lasffthat the rush of prosperity must of necessity slow down. But since the depression set in, strict economy has been practised. There have been no improvements. Even repairs that are sadly needed have not been made. All effort has been concentrated upon the single job of trying to collect taxes. Some relief was given by the use of baby bonds which were due this month and were met as they had to be met in order to sustain the credit of the municipality. The situation is unquestionably desperate despite the efforts that have been made to prepare for it. But we fail to gee how, any court action can bring rejief. It is a situation that illustrates the old saying that one cannot get blood out of a turnip. ABOUT "KIDDIES" Mothers) of school children who have to cross the railroad tracks at Freeman street crossing will be grateful to the township authorities for making the fight they did to maintain protection for the kiddies at this point. The Public Utility Commssion in response to the appeals of the Township (Committee has directed the Pennsylvania Railroad Company to maintain a watchman at the crossing from 7 A. M. to 7 P. M. That will protect the school children. Adults who use the crossing at other times are protected by automatic signals. Children, might ignore the automatic signals. Adults will not. Some months ago the railroad company, as a measure of economy removed the watchman, (or woman in this case) because they said they could not afford to pay for such service and maintain automatic signals at the same time. It's really too bad about the poor railroad companies; they may yet have to cut down th& wilaries of some of their presidents, There is more good news about the Woodbridge kiddies. The Woobridge Rotary last night pledged to provide trained supervision for the Woodbride Park playground during July and August. The member* of the club were the guests of Aug- in the Colonia Country v r 4k*%w* Firemen Honor Dead At Services Sunday Woman Falls Off Bus Driver Not Disturbed WOODBRIDGE 57 YEARS AGO From The Independent Hour, June IB, 878 Suburban Residences (Editorial). It is ;in acknowledged fact that no town in this section of \ OV, wy has improved?o rapidly within the last five years as Woodbri< Rl. ',,, his improvement has been made in n majority of cases within tli,.',',, two years, Notwithstanding the severely hard times. The improver.,,.,, too, have been, of a substantial and permanent character, the streets,,., : laid out and graded, and in a majority of cases the side-walks f,, l;r! while the buildings constructed were not designed for sale or ten.i :,. 'purposes but of a style of architecture, and arrangement very, ci,, far permanent residences. In addition to the dwelling and busing,,,,. Viik and remodeled, Woodbridge can goon boost of a.public sqhnul!,, ; : mg equal to any in the county and now in the process of actual con i, tion. Soon fhe Barron Library building will be under way, and, when,. pitted, will as a public edifice be n credit to any city in the stai,., real cause for investments in the line of improvements being mad, ;.ug the present stringent times, is in the fact that real estate in \\, bridge never attained that fictitious value so prominently demons),. in her neighboring towns and cities, In Woodbridge a man with a ; ''thousand dollars was enabled to buy a lot of sufficient, dimension-,.,,. yet have money enough left to build him a home, which was not, not the'ease in any Jersey towns. Another cause might be assigned i,. 'tact that Woodhridge has never been burdened with corporation and salaried nuisances, Why should Woodbridge not improve,'and why should th<> not u favoritc'place for suburban residences? Her communication with tin- is econnmicul and expeditious, while her ircograiphfcai location is in,. way desirable, Her populutiun, looted at fr«m pithpr a social nr B li,,..,, point, has always maintained n high reputation. The churches are of air every denomination, the pulpits of which "are faithfully and ably fi., ' while her schools, public and private, hold a commendable rank with,,>: in the state. Added to this, we repent, that real estate can be hoin not in lots of 2n by feet, but in half acre and acre plots more,., J ably lucatt-il and at more omnomical- rates than in any other town w ' fifty miles of New York City.! We have no doubt of the future of Woodbridge as the place f»i urban residences, while her large clay and manufacturing interest- v. make this village a great business point. Let her citizens only contin, their past enterprise and energy, and In their close adherence to the t : > dple to "live and let live", and the old Revolutionary town of Woodl... will yet boast of her elegant mansions, her extensive manufacturie-. : gas-lighted avenues, and her increased populated thousands. that something be done about the supervision of the playground. *.HJ! Jersey's First Printing Press (Editorial). It; will cost about $25 to provide the trained supervision We reproduce the following editorial for this number of The H». and most of that amount was pledged at the dinner. Hampton which was printed in our first number on account of it* appropriate Cutter and John H. Love were delegated to secure a supervisor, They can be depended upon to make a wise selection. June 4, 933 "From the history of 'Woodbridge and Vicinity' by Rev. J,,-. V for the "Centennial Through Mail": To The Press: Dally, we e a are indebted for the information that New Jersey's y first y <.. A playground without supervision is a dangerous thing In spite of ; ll the ballyhoo about.. wascstabli=hed in Woodbridge, by Mr. James Parker, in for children. The secret of the great good that has been accomplished by playrounds is the supervision which directs the nancial crisis, when alt is said and of the State, da^^cbingufn^unr ' f ^ r preset?: upon which was printed the legislative proceedings and public docu energies of the youngsters into proper channels. In taking the done, the school teachers, h hthe police i n 758, Mr. Parker published upon his Woodbridge press the force, and others, who do honest labor for the municipality, are not, the first periodical in New Jersey a monthly m action they did last night the Rotarians have invested in the American Magazine >«. «'#«best stock in the world American boys and girls. b V Samuel Neville, of Perth Amboy. "In 7G, Mr. Parker printed on this press 'Nevilles Lawsof getting a square deal. It is absolutely unfair to continue paying interest and principal in full on bunds, obligations to contractors, i ti suppliers of materials, and other such creditors, while holding back j L, r s t J y', and in 7GJ, 'Conductor Generalis', intended as a guide to of the Peace. "In 7li5, the press, -was removed to Burlington, for the purpo-, printing the 'History of New Jersey', by Samuel Smith; after the conn, nterminably y salaries due these faith pg y y y ; ful ervants of the community.: tion o{ wmch, the press was again removed to Woodbridge. er^j,dxi^x«thiti: Hon. Harold Hoffman Pays Girl Says He Did Not Get Out so form essential the most to the arduous welfare labor of and the are mu-nicipality. "Since the above period, no attempt has been made to establi and lution. materials, which were destroyed by a band of Tories during the '. Fitting Tribute In Eloquently Delivered Talk In Park. When Her Companion Slip- Woodbridge Township bonds were To See What Happened taken generally by the bondholders printing office in Woodbridge. A few years ago, Mr. James E. Ben;, ped On Step And Injured The Woodbridge Exempt Firemen's Association and the township with the full knowledge that they ability, but which was printed in Rahway. at rates higher than the average,; ued the Woodbridge Gazette, a weekly journal of considerable vim firj; departments honored the memories of their deceased comrades at Public Service bus in Hopi'lawn, share the fate o{ the ''community' P A woman attempting to board a \Twhv ll shouldn't U luch in homerj " NoW aftet a period of one hund ' ied and twenty-seven yeai-, an impressive memorial service Sunday afternoon. her ankle, and the driver did notoo? It ' time ' for. Dim of " the ofli- lant the INDEPENDENT HOUR upon the same grounds to -whicli.\, slipped, fell off the step and injured and do sume waiting for their money j Jersey is indebted for her first printing- press." The parade, with 5 in line, in- take the trouble to get out and see cials to screw up their courage ancj eluding the American Legion Drum whal happened, according to a com- K'» to the mat with the bondholders WOODBRIDGE YEARS AGO and Bugle Corps, Iselin Y^ Drum _ i Corps T},,^!^ plaint *".» "" made..."..-» at r«..^s. police... " headquarters. M *...-. t)rl this issue. We shoulii have no From the Woodbridge Independent, June 5, 923 M S I T?}e ""^'"t.^pps"^.! 8:5,,m. of tlic cowardlv lm. t Make Your Summer Evenings Comfortable (Editorial). of the Park, where the services were Nagile> Ui of U 2 Catalpa avenue, <,f our teachers and polk-"men < uito. We will always have the heat science has found no way of iili held., - Perth Amboy. Her right ankle was ],j The program included community m t), e coupon clipper injured in the y fall and g she was tak l d h p i i and moneyt y : rng it, but we do not have to endure the mosquitoes. Right now a cani, singing led by Arthur Levi, and selection ' "" tv injured in the fall and she was tak- lenders who insist on their pound of i L, being started in Woodbridge Township to enable AowoBidontB to -;. ~ " "' IL-:J.,- Ti:.-l. b b,t- i en to the Perth Amboy General Hos- fi School L, s v, til's summer free from the annoyance of the nightly hordes of viciou Tlie same is true of bills, due local by the Woodbridge High j pita, en to hav(, an x.,. uy pk, tur[. tltk. Th contractors, suppliers of material and sects that, destroy sleep and rest. If the campaign fails it can be all: ofst James^ Band, Church, The invocation asftfeew was s en ed Miss to ascel. Sally tllin if Curran, a bonu C, is. fractuy- others who live off of the largesse of ; id to the neglect of some of us to coopevatel with our neighbors in IK diction by Kev. R. I, MacBride, pas- the community. They should not lw. Perth Ab Ambuy, was ««a *»n.i...i..-,^ \",i ^I.J.L. ( l. our premises of potential breeding places. paid ahead of these faithful employ- tor of the Avenel Presbyterian at the time of the acci dent an< i gave either. Mr. Miller, superintendent of Middlesex County Mosquito ExU'i:. church. Taps were sounded by the ] a report uf the?ccident to the police. She that the driver prominent position in your y widely, declares that the salt marshes in most parts of the Townhip have Please give this communication a Middlesex "Fife, Drum and Bugle! '' on Commission, by f hum a.survey of tht township has just been i: en by Mayor William A. Ryan and the bus, Augersbeek did not ri. a<i mm,; Prai, e rin, kind deed of the salt water mosquitoes and that our present problem is i the guest speaker was Hon. Harold leave his seat when Miss Najle fell, about those he in power are all right,,,,...,.,,,..., fresh water G. Hoffman, motor vehicle commissioner. Pitting tribute was pai«r* to Fellow Fries Egg In Lid ^hen criticism i is necessary. i in any receptacle that will hold water from eight to ten days. He :. in their place. But there are times* VBnct y whlch brec ' (ls ' n raln barrels, tubs, tin can-, the departed dead by both speakers. Very truly yours, On Barron Ave.; Eats It' that if everyone will see that no water is allowed to accumulate in n (signedj DIKK P. DeYOUNG. In order to inform the perspiring tacles on his premises we may look forward with confidence to a ui TEACHING STAFF WILL passers-by of the general where- decrease in the number of mosquitoes that are wont to hqver over CRUMBLE DUE TO POOR ' abouts of the temperature shortly bed and on the front porch at night. FINANCIAL CONDITIONSj before five Friday afternoon, some- Methodist Episcopal It is. worth while doing, and we earnestly solicit the cooperati i. (Continued from page one) one broke an egg into a colfee-pot their cooperation in the matter. lid and placed it on the torrid side- every person who has his own as well as his township's interest at! State Director Stephen Somogyi,, walk on Barron avenue. It soon refollowing introductions to the new I sponded to its fervid environment, mosquitoes may hatch out of your rain-barrel and make life miseruti Minister Gives Fine Don't put otf emptying out standing water. In ten days as many ;i- officers elected last week, gave a, and according to brave, uncringing you and your neighbors. brief talk on Lionism., eye-witnesses, the egg was thorough- Talk On 'Communism' Several members of the Wood- j ly fried after being exppsed to the bridge Club plan to attend the state heat just fifteen withering minutes, WOODBRIDGE FIVE YEARS AGO (Continued from page one) convention of New Jersey Lions' j Although it did not chirp its way From the.woodbridge Independent, June IS, 928 Clubs at Red Bank today. The Molly to fried perfection with the same munist parties," asserted the speaker, "have assumed William B. George Miller Is Killed. Pitcher hotel has been chosen as merriment and gayety that attends headquarters. the usual transforming process that A large circle of friends and acquaintances in Woodbridge ami C. Foster, their presidential candi- ity was shocked to learn of the tragic deuth of B. George Miller,,,f Announcement was made of in- takes place in the kitchen frying stallation of officers by the Perth ] pan, there is no denying that the eggdate is an escaped convict. Stalin is; West avenue, Sewaren, at : o'clock Monday night, when his ca: Amboy Lions' in the Elks Clubhouse, was cooked through. Thursday evening, July 6. That's nothing," panted one un- pedestrian. "So am I. named Brownstein. Communist's'seek avenue crossing in Cranford. Mr. Miller was instantly kill.-4 Wulllut Mr. Ferry was the guest of Ste-comfortablphen L. Hruska. I That looks like I feel." control by y education and at the e same, ms body wai * hurled lree..»f e the e ear r 25 feet from the spot when- h' time plan to undermine the present! hit. The wreckage of the Jordan car was taken from the spot ui ODD THINGS AND NEW-By Ume Bode FOG FOOD ARTICHOKE* AM COMMERCIALLY PRODUCED IN THE U.S. ONLY IN THE CALIFORNIA COAST F6 FOK LONGER, ITS CONDI- CITY- CAMEL LIMITS- THt CAMEL R»o ot JANEIRO, WITH BUT 4, PEOPLE IN 66, NOW HA A POPULATION OF MOM THAU ONt MILUOft CAN OMLY WITHOUT WATER THRU DAYS EASILY. I f FORCED TION RUNS DOWN RAPIDLY AND IT RETIRES AYS, SOMETIMES WEEKS, TO RfcCOVER ITS STRENGTH. dilferences were hidden in the common interests of both groups. How. Stanley C. Potter Is Named A» Acting Po.tma.ter Here. Uveen U^units U^'units" ' ll " relt ' nee bu " SUin^ c-?"**. <>«" Project street, will be acting p.,,i... Kev. Mellberg g told d of o the recent ' * lllv w " ot l )l ' i(l E'-' ^ Otti,,. it was learned yesterday through ousting ti of f Professor Pf Oakly Johnson I nouncement t made d by Congressman Harold Hoffman. Mr. Hoffman from <i New York college for ex- that Carl R. Chase who had taken the position for a time, hud de> i: in William and Mary College Soviet Russia has been lauded and praised while in another college tha* Russian form of government has been tanged ideal. "What is there in Communism in reality!" asked Rev. Mellberg. by the deeds, of the Corn- Ss.^elnt:eeker S didnt carry the colors but marched behind veterans. When the time* arrived for disbanding thej 'army' the veterans had left and it was the Communists who had lu be dispersed. "Many bank failures," Kev. Mellberg explained, "were caused by Communiatic paper instruction. Members uf the party were urged to refer to the Communist paper the l>aily Worker for bank failure news and then spread the reports. There was a plea to concert rumors on one bank, to c«ll out the small depositors and in this way precipitate the failure of an institution. Philadet- >hm bank failures have been definitely traced to the workings of the Communist party. "My plea to you is to unite and stand uguin^t Communist propaganda, to eliminate discontent. Communism can t Miat in good times. We should emphasise the better trend " Ihu speaker was introduced by I roiessiur John H. Love, who was in mei;t '" - r- f',' St!. tllc ' Hampton (mtter will I,,,, charge next week 'we membe.b of the ltotary Club HVi "" " U t l } r y 88. C t' i i office next week, Mr. Hoffman said. To Dedicate Bridge Next Wednesday. Although the Perth Amboy - Tottenville ljridge will not be open to the public until July, it will be formally dedicated on W..in of next week at ceremonies in which Gojf, A. Harry kpore, of New J.., of Perth Amboy, and other prominent person;^ take part. The Port of New York authority cooperating with the executive bration committee of New York and New Jersey has arranged -" programs to be held at different hours Wednesday at each end m Perth Amboy - TottenviUe bridge and the Goethals bridge extemlin twe'en Elizabeth and Howland Hook plaia, SUUsn Island. HELP WANTED Resident Salesmen for Woodbridge Carteret Av ' enel Iselin Metuchen - Ford* and South Arnboy to sell Ford Cars-~Trucks and other Ford Products,»» a to take care of business in the particular Zone assigns them. Apply in person to Mr. Power* at DORSET MOTORS, INC., Maple & Fayette St»., Perth Aroboy, N. J..

7 j!h; ;,c;e INDEPENDENT U Star Of, Below" At Majestic.-i!,,iid I'Mim hilililink <"fin-, imtr. tu nwhnniciil en ti ii.-vl ly I" "if screen, 'iinimiis for rules ranj;- :! initrny»l of Abraham.,, tin (rooked judge in, i l l ".,,,-(y lias therefore hern Wallrr Huston, who plays utiiiiiiiinc nimmandpr in HERE'S THE PLACE CUT EXPENSES l.-t ust itop»o thinv how mucli you can ( by waihing the Mayfcg W»y «nd ull start uiinj «May*«9 *h<» w««k. qu;^_, gentle with yogr delietu thti and it S'*" ysb < >«town! eort r waging of any waihcr on Iht mar- Hsvt you heard about our free trial An amaiidj offer «il about rt. $59.5 $29.8 Kelly & Me Alinden 7 Smith St., Perth Amboy 'limnc I'. A BELOW "- Helow", Mctro-Ooldwyn-Ma-.VIT'S sppctfiriilar thriller of the submarine sorvipp, currently plnyinr at the Majestic ' rl ' Marion Davies At Majestic Marion Davies will be seen starting next week at the Majeat.ii: Theatre in "Pf*c ' My Heart", screened friitn the famous play in which Uuret ft- Taylor created the title role on the stjikre twenty-one years aj<o ami iirukii iiuumluncu records on two continents. As the little Irish pirl who inherits mi ancestral estate in EnRlnml and falls in love with the young lawyer who arranged for her entrance inlo society, Miss Davies is considered tu huve given the,finest performance ot' her entire career. RIPE REMARKS There Is no worse robber than a tm<j bonk. Emotion " the spark plug that gets action. r.very winter la "a hard winter" to the poor. The ninn who Isn't self-made likes to brag, too. Wrnnirle nhmit an egg and let the. hens ftv away. No one Is so wise that he cannot become wiser. We do wlmt we must and call It by the bent names. Looking wise la often not a gift of those who nre wise. In a lnnd where you hnve plenty of lltierty, you crtn have too much. K very young man Js apt to lose his tl en rt run! liu liefld slinnltaneously. You cunt win people with praise who nre temperamentally hostile to you. To lie a ICIMR Is always tn encounlor si'iiielhtnit exciting, SfiinellmPH too Ull SO. Scold lite children all ilny and you nre worn»nt; while the children nri> ImlifT. rent. l'.rntliers nre seldom ns en rnpport fis two men \vlio hnven't the Jllsliteitt You would retiis* an upper tierth on nn iilr il:me becausp of "too much I draft," vnuldn't yu? There are sunn' hunks that are In "licnutifui" iniikiiuiri'. >mt still ilmi't seem t'i nii'ilti JHI,\tiling. Tin-re nre no seventh ftons of seventh sou* The avernc size (if the Air.ericrin fninllv settles tliilt. Lonj Slioet (or Nobility In incdieviil dnjs, drawing out the point (if'the shoe far beyond tlie demauds of necessity met with great approval and attained extravagant U'liRtlis. l'.iirnns nilght (Ion shoes with points two feet Ion;;; ordinary folk, even If they were rich, had tu limit the points to n foot. WHY PAY "HEAVY" PRICES FOR ORDINARY CLOTHES? WHEN VALUES ADVERTISED HERE HAVE EM LICKED TO A FRAZZLE!!! Pure Virgin Wool Taylor Made Suits FLANNEL TONE i.uakanteed SHRUNK. SI'OUTS <fc 9S KOUSERS V * FLANNEL TROUSERS I OR SPORT WEAR $ 95-$2.45-$2.95-$3.95 tirey - TA,N - WHITE To Your Individual Measure EXPERT,85 VALUE FITTING $3. PER CENT ALL WOOL BATHING SUITS SPEED, SUSPENDER BACK MODELS *M 29 V.I. $2. ALL-WOOL SLIPOVER SWEATERS $.O-$.27-$.67-$L95 ALL COLORS WITH OR WITHOUT SLEEVES- WE DOTLE 8 ISSUE 4 aft. nee H CUNNEEN WKKN STAMPS 8O3 FAMILIAR PROVERBS Ccinnrils nre cruel. Olenr monn, front soon. Charity heglns at home. Counsel Is no command. CiiRtom IR a second nature. Clienp Is dear In the long ran. Caution Is the parent of lafety. Content Is more than a kingdom. Cool words acald not the tongue. Change o( pasture mnkes fat cakes. Children and fools him merry lives. Cloudy mornings turn to cleflf evenings. Choose your love, rind then love your choice. Creditors linve bettef memories than debtorn. Coming events cast t!hr before them. Consider the lilies of the Held, how they grow; they toll not, 'neither do they upln. FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 9S3 The Blessed Virgin, Sodality of St..lumen' church will receive Holy Communion nt the 8 o'clock Mass Sunday morning. Large Eighth Grade To Be Promoted Tuesday Two hundred and fifty students will receive diplomas at the eighth grade graduation to be held Tuesday afternoon!at :8 o'clock in the high school auditorium. Diplomas will be presented by Roy Anrterson, vice-president of the Board of Education. Many Groups Unife To Help The Library Fund The fund for the reopening of the Contempt Is the sharpest reproof. Barron Library is gradually becoming larger, lira. Asher V. Randolph, chaifman of the fund, announced Consideration Is the parent of wisdom. this morning. The contributions re- SCRAPS BIR cities nre no longer us vain as they used to be. Own your home. Then you can raise niln about the taxes. Tact Is knowing whom to slap on the back nnd whom not to. When you realize that a mnn la a gentleman, It wnrros your heart Every time a mnn falls to make good, ho has another secret to keep. Almost ns many objects are Invented to divert mankind ns to be of uae to It. Make ft good new friend nnd yon forget to be as miserable as yon were before. Every big flower garden begnn with a single flower bed; one bed leads to another. When everybody can rendtly see U old you arc, ou begin jo brag about your age. - Cast thy advice on the waters and somebody will profit by It who will never let you know. up._tlielr faces not to look younger, lint to look more pleas- Ing; nnd tlmt Is a social virtue. BY WILLIAM PENN Only trust thyself nnd another shall uot betray thec. lie that has more knowledge than Judgment, Is ramie for another man's use more tlmn his own. The usefuk'st truths are plainest; anil while wo keep to them our differences cannot rise high, Inquiry Is humnn; blind obedience, brutal. Truth never loses by the one, but otter, suffers by the other.. Tliere nre some men like dictionaries; to be looked Into upon occasions, but have no connection, and are little entertaining. Floor of Ocean Level Tho floor of the ocean Is much more level than the surface of the land. PERTH AMBOY'S LEADING THEATRES RUTH CHATTERTON GEORGE BRENT NOW PLAYING HELL BELOW" with Robert Montgomery Jimmy Durante Walter Hu.ton COMING TO THE MAJESTIC JUNE 2 MARION DAVIES PEG O' MY HEART' ceived to date are: Rotary Club, *O per month frr" four months; Woman's (Hub, $7."i ($25 per month for three months I; \ Mother's Club, $2B for one month; I Merchant's Association $( for one! month; Ladies' Auxiliary, Conitre- gatinn Adath Israel, $"> for one I month; Young Woman's Hub, $2 ; for one month; Ordir of Kiistcm Star, $5 for one month. It i? hoped that the poal,m't, $( I per month for four months, will lie reached soon. Big Circus Comes To Woodbridge Wed. Show It Being Held Under Auspices Of Local Legion Post. Barnstt Bros. Big Three Ring Circus and Menagerie, with its host of funny clowns, many) cages of rare and wild animals and a array of men and women who daily laugh at death in their exploits to thrill and amuse, will exhibit in Woodbftilge. at Grove street baseball field under the auspices of the American Legion, Old time circus atmosphere will prevail in Woodbridge wh«n Barnett Bros, exhibit here tin thia show is one of the few remaining on the roiid today which still clings to the street parade. The parade in Woodbiidg^ will leave the show grounds promptly at noon for its trek over the business section of the city. In the line of march will be found elephants, camels, many open dens containing various species of wild animals, scores of men and women in brightly hued costumes, while the four bands will accompany with stirring marches. Aerialists, tumblers, acrobats, trapeze artists, wire walkers, bare-back riders, cowboys and cowgirls, besides the many train'ed elephants, horses, Jogs and ponies will perform in the three big rings under the circus le.nl in an almost unending procession of thrills and feats of daring. Two performances will be presented in Woodbridge. The afternoon show will start at 2 p. m. and the night show at 8 p. m. Doors to big show and menagerie will be open an hour previous to showing time. Kraft Papar (or Balldlaf i, fle*4hle terial conilsti i of kfvt krvt paper faced on each Bide with waterproofing compound and bright metal foil. It Is mid to Insulate to the same eitont a«2 to 4 Inches of concrete, to be fireretardant, wind and vermin proof. Blu*>t of BU» Lawa An old Massachusetts statute, enacted In 87 at lloston, forbids the throwing or cntchlng of bean bngi, M cept In designated plnees. A KavolmMMy Har* Vttltnrs to Sarannnh rartli overlook a visit to tht monument tft William Jasper, the hero whose dating exploit ID replacing the fallen colors of the Revolutionary force* at Fort Moultrlo In the face of a gulling tire has thrilled every American schoolboy. Jasper fell at Savnnntih with Pulaakl In th«siege of 779. It was from this nourishing seaport, U years ago, that the Savan nnh made the first successful transatlantic voyage In the history of steam ship navigation, the passage to Uvcr pool requiring 25 days. PAGfcl Two Kindt af FroaV Lap "" Ther ar«two kind! of frogi* «, *. neems: th«wild tnrt the tfrttlrtttfl* Tlie wild frogt are HttU dnften, It mny take «njwhere from 2 to 44 palrt of the leg* of ttim«wild » to mnka.i pound. Although Un l l t w W Mid tq> be quit* elegant, If ioiiwwhtt lamey. It In NWJ to lee tb»t t m*n would hiiva to work h»rd to m*k* *; mwt out of such tiny ullvwt of OMt> A» served In hotel) and club*, tbff* would he l. r i to 9 of those left W mftke»n nrdpr. CONTINUED DRASTIC PRICE CUTS BY KING "THE PRICE WRECKER" 258 Smith St. S-E Perth Amboy HE SEES ALL KNOWS ALL TELLS ALL! "** B 5 M 5. N?lJS?c * T?» RAJAH GAL c lb LEAN BONELESS POT ROAST BONELESS FORE. SPRING Legs of Lamb PEAR AT THIS STORE SATUR- MPNTAI ivicir! *** TiA.v trnn T* lir rwtpotain. WIZARD MENT OF PATRONS. ASK HIM ABOUT YOUR FUTURE] FRESH ROASTING PORK BRISKET OF BEEF ROASTING VEAL FRICASSEE or BOILING CHICKENS LEGS and RUMPS OF Milk Fed VEAL c lb Long Cut Sauer Kraut FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE WE WILL REMAIN OPEN TUX O'CLOCK ^ lb THE LEADERS OFFER YOU BARGAINS WHILE THEY LAST! OUT GO OUR FINEST RECONDITIONED,~~ CHEVROLET USED CARS AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES FREE! 25 GALLONS OF GASOLINE WITH EACH CAR SOLD 93 FORD SPORT COUPE YoU will be many dollars uheud if you buy this late model Ford. Run very little it is ;i tqqa beauty at «P OU 93 DE LUXE FORD SPORT ROADSTER Here is a real value. Finished in blue. Fully equipped. A rare buy d!occ 93 CHEVROLET ROADSTER New white wall Urea. Mechanically perfect. Ready to give many miles of carefree ser. * 7A vice. Price «P v 93 HUPMOBLE SEDAN Here's a car that can't be matched for performance and value. It is clean and attractive. See this car today at the greatly reduced price vi $365 TEL P. A To clear our stock immediately to turn our finest used cars into cash we offer during the next few days, the lowest prices in our history. While the bargains last, you can save up to $2. And in addition, we will give absolutely free, 25 gallons of gasoline with each used car purchased at this great sale. Read these prices. See these cars today. -BUY NOW -SAVE- 932 CHEVROLET SPORT ROADSTER This is without a doubt the finest used car in our stock. It is very clean and has been run but a very few miles. Thia car could be classed ns new. 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8 fage EIGHT FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 933 Gradoatkm Flowers From f.-:-cr.:fivr. of HER HER. h*rr.»nd - ^GRADUATION BOtHJC'ETS»-S Upnrf GRADUATION BASKETS OF FLOWERS *3.5 Upward This i= o df'ie v.:'u; T»J -cr pareste»ad friend? '.? = r..-' «thei 'vc.stkt. c-j HEF,.SUCCESS ana aecompli*b.trj*'nt. JOHN K. BAUMANN FLORIST 633 St. George Artnat, R»liw»y, N- J. Telephone* Railway To All June Brides We hope your married life will )>( happy and successful. A well managed home will go far toward making il.so. Follow your mother's Kood example. Serve Highest Quality Food and enjoy trie many advantages of shopping in the Stores. Quality Counts, Your Money Goes Furthest for 25c Vinegar,Asco rwer "S W 2 ' BaCOIl. 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Coffee, Victor Coffee, Acme Beechnut Coffee Calumet Baking Powder can 9c A mild blend of ; Santos. The new vacuum packed. 25 C 9 C 8 C Pkg 2 C lb 2 qt jar 5 C 2 cans 25 C jar 23c 3 Pk g3 7 e jar can ib 25 C IT O C 2V each 33 C can 5 C, G-oz jar "I /\c 5 8 C lb pt jar for -kg pkg lb 2 lb tin lb. tin 3c Minute Tapioca Underwood's Deviled Ham can $C, c, 8c EggS, Gold Sea!, doz 3lc Eggs, Selected \ l do* 8c DEUCiOUS FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES NEW POTATOES FRESH GREEN PEAS 2 lb*. 5c JERSEY COLOSSAL ASPARAGUS Bunch 5c FANCY SLICING TOMATOES 2 lbs, 28c c lb». 23c I i CRISP ICEBERG LETTUCE 2 head* 5c CALIFORNIA FINEST CANTALOUPES.Each c CALIFORNIA VALENCIA ORANGES Dozen 23c For more than Forty-two years we have served Ilomekeeperu "Quality At a Saving" May we serve you? Circus At Brunswick Features Lion Tamer Clyd«Beatty, Famou* For Animal Handling, One Of Headline In Great Ha*«nbeck Wallace Show. Cantankerous tigers, lions gifted' wiji marvelous b»»e voices, pertiicious p'jra»«. polar bear*, great herds', of performing «lephant«, and clowns, and rtaxs bespangled the*c j. tng-eth-, *r with band and calliopes, «idejfc-ow*. and hundred* of blwled rin», and u;i'k.-tn-i.-, an. coriinjr to New : I'run-'A-k k. f"i th<- tlrtnt Hagfnbcck-! Wallace firm-, is nh'/duk-d for perf.iiniar.'.i-- thi- afternoon and tonight. BY ROSS FARQUHAR The hu^f- ciitu5. secoml in size in Friday Joe Hi?: very mutch in- America, ha? always been known as curriged about -m'ss a going to one of th etw» leading shows Ofr'tm I';.k up mehby. Toad, and reports from various! II. was getting!fources are to the effect that thei in-iity wirryed he I performances are such that the appe- d and he told pa tites of WGodbridge Township pa-' j trons, for things of a cireub char- iif uther day that. acter, will be thoroughly satisfied if the depheshun i this sea.«on by the Highest Class Circus- On Earth. in n t r h Longer kep up very Hyde ReaHy, most f«.'ar!c.vs wild h> (! half to go animjil trainer of all time, ajrain, and get marryed. heads, in person, the list of "thrill- Saturday Ant Kminy prit near L'"'. her self in to nubble today. She»a- a tawking to Mis Plat about mi- Plats neace and Ant Emmy spoken of her as a Pan Handler and Mrs. Plat was about Vj sore intill Ant Emmy explaned whut she ment. She always thot a person witch wirks in a restuiant was called a Pan Handler, Sunday wilt- we was a leaving the chirch this morning I herd the preecher praiseing Mrs. Stoop for ers". Alone and single handed, he battles forty of the most vicious, and treacherous bea.sts on earth( a mixed group of male and female, jungle-bred lions and tigers.) It is declared the most dangerous, and thrilling display ever before presented. Oilier featured stars and displays will include the famous Hanneford family of bare-back riders, with, "Poodles" Hanneford, dean of riding clowns; the Picchiani Trotipe, sensational acrobats; the Canestrelly Family, unsupported-ladder* performers; "Bombayo", The Man (From India; the famous Billetti Troupe of high-wire performers, and over other daring and sensational acts from among the 5 men and women arenic performers with the huge circus this year. A mammoth double-menagerie, largest on tour in the world, features.scores of rare and costly animals, augmented/ by five herds of performing elephants, 3 camels, and a whole herd of zebras. The performances starting at 2 and 8 p. m., open with a gorgeous spectacle, "Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt", said to be a triumph in lyrical pageantry. POTPOURRI The Electrocuting FUh The torpedo, or electric- ray, 8 a fish found In warm waters. It discharges electricity from special organs in the head region, such charges ln-ing sufficient to kill unnll t!.sh for tinxl. A large flsh has sulliclent current to disable a man. S( Icni-p dues nut know how the I'livtric nr-miir l»-i-i>me charged. 6 JJ, Wmt.Tti N-wipaner Union. By ANN PACE OT weathpr F«err.«to be prevslent H through^ the country and hot, ln weather CHUB-' rbtmf* «PP«t:l» ' Md con»«ja*ntly lorn! change* in the menu. Baladn. fruit* and vegetables ha»e a ereat T appcl. rich»»uce» and gravlea j- srtinaily none Mssli. poujtrr. and fl!i are jmt a* attnetive u luual whe irrved Dimply cooked or cold. Hot weath brin««g»men«to early maturii ami»o the marketi throughout tl c-juntry are well «upr with D > s^mon&ble fruiu and plled vefetabln at a.yactive price«the Florida orange aesjon U practically over ("-a-llfornla Valenci* oranges will : a;>;e to replace them with no real nk In «upply. Tbe California V.--. ; ia. "? the navel orange p*>-l«i <!;;-.- and m lends itaelf to slicing anri rr'ioning for des»ert» and talads. I i a.so s good juice or «qu«iing ora ij,. for those wh'o like their breakta fnnt In liquid form. r.rapefruit w.: n"! be plentiful again for another r r!th or so. In it«ablo make the moat of sence it I* wfrontaloupe» :-. arc plentiful, feanoniibly price,. it. ar.'l unu.iual!y good Watermelon, h v.<- hurried along with the teuon ar! there li» plentiful ripply of thl= Biod and Inexpensive h'k fruit, H i 5i-<"!t pickle the rina you have anvj-c'.lrat reli«h for winter at low cost a>. both sugar and vinegar are plent:f'i: ani cheap focxj pre- Sf-n-ative! T>,»re axe many recipei fur v-aiiriiiici'. fsce'.lent one Maid Kitchen 4 fiurvib wn'-- m?! r.n riti.l 2 TUftrts sa!' \vatpr 5 q"-ir(i vir. t-ar ir i m off I h e y: i by the Quaker, in<)«sunar tat)>bp'>"n» r»'iii^ir'.'ini wli'.le al'spire?!m-h P>ces slirk cin-»'ati-rmelr>n rln- II an.! plp' f.f ' SLATS' DIARY her devoshun to her husband and hc sed he was elad to no her husbend was out of danger now and he thot she disserved a lot of Credit for her devoshun to her husbend. She thanked him and sed Well she loved him a grate deal and ennyway his ensurance policy had Lapsed and run out. Munday Ike Suman has envented a macheen witch will flote in the water if it jumps in to a river or a Lake or sum thing. He tryed it out last Saterday and it was not a inteire success. Pa says he thinks it will be a very very large Funeral perhaps. Tuesday Milt Schwambs left for Flouridy today becuz he got a telegraf message frum a frend down there yesterday that sum buddy had found land on the lots he boughten a few years ago., Wensday well I tuk a Xcus«to skool today hecuz I was absint yesterday and it wood of got by all rite oney it happened to be sined. My Father. I Xpeck that was mebby the reason I got kep in after skool was left out. Thir«lay Ant Emmy seen a bunch of policemen and uther foke3 STYLE LEADER! This spring, have mon than the joy of owning a new car. Have the thrill of driving the Stylt Umkrl... You can give youttelf this additional thrill without additional expend because Oldsmobik has provided Style Leadership at ijaoderate cost... And OMsmobile's brilliant perfornunie u just as far ahead of the common. plfce as Is its appearance. The 8-horsepower Six will do 75 to 8 miles an hour the 9-horsepower Bight will do 8 to 85 actual ttop-u/aub tpttd. And the manner of their performance is an equal thrill exactly the type of operation you expect from big, expensive cars.... Yet Oldsmobik prices are the lowest in ten years.... Come in today-and we'll apprsisa your car while you go for a ride in the Stfh Ltadtri otj-iu,»74s LDSMOBILE TIM Bfht, IMS * «r * ' " WOODBRIDGE AUTO SALES 475 RAHWAY AVE. WOODBMDGE fr* I ir. c>an. ho: ja"«mo.-', green vegetable! are in market though the asparagus ifijoa n drawing to a ciose except in north. There are good pew ana gteen beana available for the thin a> we!, the fat pocketbook. plenty of r.e* csobsge which is very rea-v.sr, e a.so plenty of spinach. Girden spinach.s M different from winter spinach as.o be almost another vegetable The basic ingredients for sa'.sdj are good, plentiful and cheap including head lettuce, tomatoes and cucumbers. Cabbage has already been mentioned. New potatoes have come within the reach of all purses and for inott purposes are at their best. New potatoes make better potato naiad. omu boiled and baked potntoe* than Old but they do not mash well. There i«good choice of meats u HI are In market in plentiful lupplj. Beef la always good, spring and amxly summer» seasonable for veal. "P *"*' bc*n lamb B just becoming p.entirui and inexpensive and th«re li> plenty of fresh porw. Smoked pork 'ham, e'.e. the various bolognas and sa\i»a? are considered summer meat«a«:» H -» corned beef There are plenty of fowl available». ^hi^y»n naiad and jellied ohicken while early summer U definitely tfl«season for brpiled and fried chicken. Summer is also th«season for fr«sh n»h Fish fllleti in a lemon flavored jellied broth are worth trying. Hardcooked eggb and pickles capers may be added to this typical surnmr 4i«t> Chili sauce is an excellent condiment with this fish dish as with most other Proxy Bride Travels Far Although she won married In P matla a year afro, Mrs. M. Millch Baw her husband for the first tlmp In 2 years when she arrived at Auckland, N. Z., on the liner Maunsanu! recently. At aborf eight years of R?e she was betrothwl to Clem Mlllch. who left Dalmntla for New Zealand when little more than a boy. Last year ha decided that It was time he married and, although his hriiie was on the other side of the- world, the ceremony was performed by proxy avthe town of Pod fora, In Dalmatla. Jrfie new brtde and" bridegroom met for the first time since their marriage In front of customs of flclals In tbe saloon of the Maunganul, and minor problems presented by the bride'* papers were satisfactorily solved. The marriage ceremony b; proxy Is legally binding In Dalmatla, but If they wish the parties can attend another church ceremony. Alaskan Spiders For two years F. W. Morand ha been combing Alaska In the vicinity of McKInley Park for Insects, such a plders, grasshoppers, etc. So far h hasn't found a single poisonous Insect In Alaska, but the past summer h found and sect to the Smithsonian In «t!tut!on some 6 specimens of spid He also found grasshoppers, gnats, butterflies, bumblebees, beetles an other forms of Insect life up ther where winters are winters. Pathfinder. walking around the vacant lots anshe ast I of them whut was the; looken for and he sed they was look en for a Dead horse and now sh> cant emagine whut they wood wan with a dead horse. WOODBWDGB Hot Weather Emphasizes the Need for Kelvinator Keivitiator elcctii"' refrigeration does not limit you to one temperature for storing your foods. It provides four. The ^nmiiftrt.iror. of tliii refrigerator realized that some foods require a tempeiatuie louer than that under fifty degree? which i- maintained in the p-neral *t<>rage compartment. They df'ipied lh<- Fro-t Chest and tdiut it off by a door of it- own. Here, fin/rn di-!i<-«or pame or fieh can be stored. Kelvin.I!I«I liih tray- for making ice cubes in about two hour- and a penal trav for making them in eighty minute'. The dilteietit lemjieratiire- function separately and automatically. You can even defrost the cabinet without interniptinp the refrigeration. There is a Kelvinator to suit, in size, tbe demands of nearly every household at a price to fit nearly ever)' budget. Prices begin al S99 the lowest priced Kelvinators do not have the Frost Chest, but have the otlwr Kelvinator conveniences. There is Kelvinator equipment fur every refrigeration purpose domestic or commercial. Pl/BLICtJSSEKVICE I7M ANNOUNCEMENT THE PINE TREE INN INVITES YOU TO A FREE SPAGHETTI DINNER AT ITS NEW LOCATION, FORMERLY THE RITZ BALL ROOM, RAHWAY AVE., AVENEL, N. J. On This SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 933 ENTERTAINMENT AND MUSIC BY PAUL CASINO'S ORCHESTRA DINING Phone: Woodbridge DANCING SUPPER WILL BE SERVED FROM 8: P. M. Until 2: P. M. Any* right-minded cow will have to admit OHE doesn't talk for publication, this Foster Mother of the ^ Race. But there's a world of wisdom behind those soft, brown eyes. She gives you and your children Nature's finest food. And then Sheffield steps in with modern machinery-<-to pasteurize and safeguard the milk, so that it will reach you In perfect condition. We've said many times that you can scrub fruits and vegetables, but "you can't wash milk." Therefore, it is important very important that you buy your milk and cream from a company you^ have known and trusted for years. Sheffield Farms have been at It for 92 years. What better background could you ask for such vital food? SHEFFIELD FARMS GRADE-A MILK Telephone Plainfield 6-36 town nmrhr CmawficM Iowa* & of

9 .E INDEPENDENT FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 933 PAOB Tiri - THE KELLY KIDS - TOM GOltflAIMT UNTIDY PUT rr IN OROCR AND STRAIGHTEN OLTt HIS WVPERS ^ ALL RIGHT, MR. &RUMP! STEP tright IN I MUST SEt Ali. THfc WPSW NONE THAT 5TAUING. PTOPUCE THOSE. PAPERS AT ONCt OR THERE'LL BE -, TKOLJBLt. THAT5 FUNNY. ihey AH ON MY MINUTES! :NT!W-'TC' BlJM>E"FfcOf IHI? PIACE UNili. «E FOUND! c* 5I6HTHEISEIS,s,r4 J"?,: ( OH!WP!HE7\ UOTTMCPAPBK) IWHISBACKr- - S POCKET! ) FRAME ME UP. HAY?, TO SNITCH MY) PWVATE PAPERS/EH? T AWFUlJ TAKE BACK YOUR DOCUMENTS AND (MOO RIDDANCE BUTTON BUTTON, HE HAS A TROUBLE MH3MINPT ' COME BACK HERE, YA CEAB, AND ILL RAM "EM DOWN "OfER THKOATi AKOUNPHEREANUON46R ON MY CHEST! Eicoption anil RuU '"' fumllliir ga^iug, "Tae exception "" ik'niifntiy does some condll""ni ],,it the few occasions '!"*'«not LMiiphnlM the fre- '') «f Us occurrence. " '" t( RtUln ' ^niihtu ure not wllhout hop*.. v are Hlwuy II,,. B luoklnj forward to y Hit* can say, "I told yon»o." S.lf SHERIFF'S SALE IN QHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY Between CITIZEN *../BUILD- ING AND L6AN ASSOCIATION of the City of Rahway, N. J., a corporation,. Complainant, and JULIA DRbSBY, now known aa JULIA DRUSBi DEAR, FRANK DEAR, her hustfand, et. als., Defendants. Fi. Fa. for the sale of mortgaged premiseg dated May to, By Virtue of the above stated writ, to m«directed and delivered, I will expose to *ale at public venat two o'clock Daylight Saying Time in the afternoon of the said day at the Sheriff's Office in the City of New Brunswick, N. J. All the following tract or parcel of lund and premises 'hereinafter particularly described, situate, lying and bejng in the Township of Wooabridge in the County of Middlesex and State of New Jersey. Being known as lota numbers six (6) and seven (7) in Block 29-D, as shown on a certain map entitled "Mac of Karkus Height* situated in the Township of Woodbridge, Middlesex County, N. J., June, 824," surveyed by Larson & Fox, Civil En-> " 76 Smith street, Perth AmfJrfjtiCWk' April 6th, 925,. in Box 62, Under th» number 76. Being, the same premises conveyed to the said Julia Drusby, widow, and Charles Badics, single, by deed from Karkus Heights Really Co., Inc., a New Jersey corporation, dated October 5th, 925, and recorded October 29th, 926, in Book 826 of De»ds for Middlesex County, on page 272. The approximate amount of the decree to be satisfied by said sale is the sum of One Thousand Six Hundred Fourteen. Dollars) and Eighty-nine Cents (.84.89), togetker with the costs of this Bale. Together with all'and singular the rljfhu, privlle; or in anywise appertaining. ALAN H. ELY, Sheriff. CHARLES J. STAMLER, $28.4 Solicitor. W. I. 6-9, 6, 28, 3. SHERIFF'S SALE IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY Between LOUIS W. FRANKE, Complainant, and HELGE CHRIS- TENSEN and INEZ CHRISTEN- ' SEN, his wife, et. als., Defendants. Fi. Fa. for the sale of mortgaged premises dated May 5, 933. By virtue of the above stated writ, to me directed and delivered, I will expose to sale at public vendue on WEDNESDAY, THE TWENTY- T M*>WgLA D Nl at two o'clock Daylight Saving Time in the afternoon of the said day at the Sheriff's Wfice in the City of Nefr Brunswick, N. J. All the following tract or parcel of land and premises hereinafter particularly described, situate, lying and being in the Township of Woodbridge in the Caunty of Middlesex and State of New Jersey. BEGINNING at a point twentyfive (25) feet easterly from the corner formed by the intersection of the easterly line of First Btreet with the southerly line of Fifth street, and running' th«n««easterly along the southerly aide of Fifth street, twanty-flve (2B) feet to a point; thence thence westerly, parallel with Fifth street, twenty-five (25) feet to * point; thence running northerly par* allel with First street, one hundred () feet to the point or place of BEGINNING. The approximate amount of the decree to be satisfied by said sal* is the sum of Three Thousand Piv«Hundred Seventy Dollars and Foreysewn Cents ($3,67.47), together with the costs of this sale. Together with all and singular th» rights, privileges, hereditaments and. appurtanances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining. ALAN H. ELY, Sheriff. MATTHEW F. MELKO, $24.78 SMH* W. I.

10 Dixmen Champions In Mike Karmon Fitches Eighth Grade League Senators To Victory Bawball Loop Sponsored By jturn* Back Newark Catholic "Rookie" Lund At School, Club, 6 to 4, Fan* Fourteen Com** To Clo*«All-Star In Splendid Exhibition. Nin«. Tht rtr p'i»7pt',-.r': bai!»»» coir, Mr* Oil's c^a * at,-.apr.! irh«n tfct <y.-fr npt-rm. %'rutt fr»* to Mui* Uf.'is ilavs won "W-.Tid?:«<-. P.-Kar.d «!»*< * <;, r.d ^p *hird af"*t!-.- tvifrh v».-.>--!', -* f. : " ; TV*-'- ar,' M-> ' irr.pv.r.' -lit..., thr** ' 'rv^kt srani'-*', TV.^ r*-rr.a.*.~ d*-r 'f ".?> ryj-,- '7".r!' vj ei 'V.r r.v/n «-x.<:p'. F':;lay L'-'twwn '2.'^ ar.d 2 ',*,. Tr..> vr»< o r.«- ;o».".» by ; '.' '<> part r.p»"» ir *.; : tilt". r<-».t *! 'hont..r..>.<- i'-ift-'*» r<^ ^* fr r --TT<i.r,'-»t'j *' : daily birt- g y pp vot* in ".'.? five cia»*s:.srr.:*.h, jx, [[nil; Lot-la, c. ili«o; Aqaiii, I-J. (list I ; Frey, Zb, (liitf; H>>rt<>n, -.., (L:%:i, Kuzma, 3b, <I>ixi; IMtr.tr, iff., i r ramptonj; Lorhbardi,!'. fdixt; fi':rtk, cf. ' Ti' lo; Msrcv, rf, (Lundl- Tre final - and.nsr <,'. 'h* '-ifa: W L Pet U«t "BUck.4 black itiam*b*i,»iri-* t>t ;.kc (U» IDOD4*, are corni)of'"t of i;jrii"ii. In more r*r«rnt sum tt.* t'-rm "Mark diamond" haj ^'ime '.'J I* aiiidm «l* to rartfonado, an opaque, varlet) of diiiniold found In Brtitll and chf*-ily "ir'-l In <ll»- mond T>.«I«*in S»njtf.-.»r-. *::':. M >* ".aruiin(f with ' L»v Ef**x ' :r - y - K»JI a;! >,»*i>. f»r.r. r.j? **-n ard»'..»-.n<f V/, «.x K. -.«r Seirark rr.i-i* thr** r^>.r. r.? frr'/fi!r. :i'* fr*". tiro ir.r- :r,jr». Karrr.ors :ra-'..:<-<i v*,t»h;p tr.e 'Ef!f..*i b : a' T:?*>!»- '. /*er<- ' r sr^ -af-' ««. W*_**R. Coii I..r. i! t. fc* L d n I-'.i r.. S-fiay»f:*rn^-vn'*'.-3 '.- r -'t- v, T'.* b-.-i *-'At / i iab E r! H. f Hapiten, 3b <rh*ra, < Jo-hiuton. I / 35 4 Settlors A- C. (6) AB R Baia*. 3b Whal^n, ft* Tandy, If Boltzar, cf Collins, 2b Dub«, rf (Cannon, p 2 H I Score by innintr*; Cathedral Club 2 Senator* A. C Oil 6 InUlliblc Tti«re'» only on» certain way to tall a wunjin'i age; n«k nn'i'hcr wom- '»n. I/<in<lon Tlt-IJIU. Winning the Bucksaw Championship MrB. Henry I'.iTKfcr ol I'ucono l.:ike, t'a., wliinlni! the bnrksaw rhamplon- Btilp In the nnnuctl wood rliopiilnji and sawing contest at Hkytop, Pa. She aaw'.-o through uu -i4fceh log In l!:'..n seconds. "Neddy" Remains Faithful Servant W..!. Nnrrniin, n R(ii]il"l'>n (Kri)'lninl) dinner, ling HOIUMI th«problem ot DailllliK power on his holding by tln^ cuiployaii'iit of a piirtiimilurl; willing donkey uhirli tims, during his ei^'ht years of Hervh.e, hitiiim; a must efficient nd ii.-.lnl Kcriani unit pru-lluulnrjy biilted to trie Jot> wln-re a hir^er animal would hu I'ut nf [iliu't*. rhulogrupli HIIOWI Neddy d'dlik the (lunkey work on his iiu-lrrs t'jii'iii. Newest Flying Field of the Army U«re Is an air view of lihuillton field ut the Marin county bombing base of th* army la Cullfurnla. diowlug It neiuly cijnipli'ted with paved itreetf, llghti lii&uiltmt nrul < imrl*rb r«ndy fur the olltcer*. The Uniiijar wtlj houie 6 OLD FAMILIAR FACES Ryan Falters In 6th And Fords Loses 6-3 Fort Monmouth Fathom* Town*hip Pitcher'* Delivery To Wipe Out Lead. Ryan blew a splendid mound exhibition in the sixth inning to permit the Fort Monraouth nine to come from behind to defeat the Fords Recs, 6 to 3, Sunday afternoon at the Liberty street grounds. Up until the sixth, Ryan had pitched no-hit, no-run ball for the townshippers but after that he was nkked for eight safeties which paved ths way to the winning tallies. He was opposed by Lewandowski and Ballyk who were found for nine hits. The box score: Fordi Recreation* <3) AB R H PO A ~ OUTFlEt-pER IKE O-PSCHOOL Sportsmen By Paul B. Silver Deputy Fish-Game Warden Wild Life wa, the ; M.dd.esex n lla L.lie '.-ri^trviiiion»aa tuc «.«u,..^ - theme of a ler.jrt- given recently to min =o^r ; the Perth Amb New Jersey T. vat ion Leagu len, an inteir.a thority on vermin control. The meeting and lecture were of great inter- high-brow and fishing clubs. In his talk, Rev. Allen. what could be accomplished by ver-,- sue Brilliant Stars Of Auto Racing World To Compete Sunday At Berka County Bull READING, ar< of the in racing clas-i. \t\ - Hnlliant Vaunt; world will. second automo-.,f the "-ason Sunwhtn an castnrn d lav afternoon. '.arr.ri'in = h!p program will hi- -tau-d. n -k magnific-nt fair grounds ["ii'ver* who have been prominent nan-.nal rhanfy.ionfhip (.-vent-" and, will add lu.'ter to the Sunday ',irrani include the popular hi Nedermen Smash lead To Upset Keys 43 lite Three Pitcher* Orgy At Grove Trail By 9- At Second. In Clov if a 9- load i r. icffc battle, the Woodl,. A. put the Keyport Man ;, the «pot at the Grove ft ro<i We«lne«day evening, 4 to ] of the wildest orgies < *». this Heanon. Trailinir, 3-, :,-.- close of the first half of t ( thing* looked mijrhty hail Brownieii hut Al Pocheck ii-(. n r up the tilt with a harddm,, L'* Anjrele?, winner of the with th«bases loaded. drar' ' -.".'""> pile race la>t ys-ar After Jimmy Mullen,v i a >-ad:nk contender to repeat Gprity were hammered f,, '..»' jn' '. a broken v»lv»; forced run.?, Jimmy Keating sti-p, the box and in the laat fom rarkir.r driver in the limited the Keys to two I,-,!'. ;- >v;;r. Ll.y.l Bro?hart trio i of f hurlers h l allowed thir...,-.,..... driver ties while their mate got. ';", ;V r<-c r'k'vmo Burdick of from Stan Carhart and.id.l'a.iimn-.v PaOr-'.n of Kansas ham, Jack Keating, Car;. v j.hnnv'm T-f.i of Pleasant- Dane topped the battinp w '.. Kf-fi» f'owi.-r -f Dayton and apiece.,rv he/- «ho?>. name* are close- In the Woodbridge SPVH: '-,.-d frith rccrd -ma^hinir per-lerrr.ance ' on the big t:me racing forced at second by Marsirar led off with ft single hv -jf.- of the country. ham doubted. John Joe Kra- Frame wa= arcionfr the «tart<>t«in p urposeiy. nam P'-' n t *P, n '^v»^v tr i '''ured ' oad * d \ P<*Wk shimmed -TrTa flying rock cashed his gog- l ^ n half-inning.' yg 7. > and inflicted severe cut? about WoodbrUf. Uf~wii_jj..i A.A. * * eve?. He is now under the care or K physician, but ha 5 wired Hankinson Q Gerjt 3b Spcc-rfway* that he wul be sufficient- Mul)en j b ;.v recovered to compete in the Keaa- Mari, c ano Jb 3 j, 3 :'nc c race^ Sunday.. Hi.«fa?t Hi.fa speedway p y Ounh " ^ 2 Miller machine ha- already arrived Jk Keatj rf 3 in Reading. Ravine been ^brought p o(,j, eek?b 4 n«rt o> in» = '. "i -"-- ' " J J. (iruy (ieruy, cfc mcchahics. chahics. ' Campion, Ci, c. 2 The Sunday races will wn m.» mwk».c the ^ ^, Jordorii lf f 4 f-r=t time this season that Frame has Jj m Kcatin(r p 3 v raced in the «ast and finally bring* _ to a realization the renewal of the pwd feud that has existed between j he and Billy Winn fur over three y*ar= Frame was scheduled to drive g Carhgrt cf p in the inaugural race meet» t, Re -. Walling M ' ne nn April 3 but mechanical,7 p*' ]t (f :; treble prevented his appearance. n.' Winn is now the east's outstand- "» ne > ing. driver.with four great "ctories, Mouni_ lb ^ 4 (Hi H! «"I ' 2 -; 2 I 3 3 n 9 > 6 r ; :. <- 2 (3) R H Pfi :, hi, credit. Last Sunday he trim- ^ " / % { f med the pick of title contenders in " <?' [' rt ' -L \ \ i. a. sensational». _.! race ^.4 at n~,, Doer. m, "- Larnan, AD Other drivers listed among the forty entrie? are Cy Yocum, N'orristown; Lloyd Broshart, Lloyd Vieaux, It California ace;,'ohnny Concannon, 37 «32! Philadelphia; Joe Miller, Philadel- Score by innings:. Keyport 36 phia; Don Moore, Washington; Don ""»" nsklit W.,i.x. Church, Drexel rv,.^, Hills: n:,i a. Don fl ftn rarr Carr,;. I Wpodbndge,-y-7.-;.-_ T...,-_;-. 6 ;=:." 32 Trenton; Ben Shaw, Al Smith, Bill 'Batted for Joalm in 8th. op. Howard Roser, Mack Wolf, j Blizzard, Chuck Tabor, Sid Ger-;, dergott, Tommy Hinnershitz, Cupie ' "" Johnny Thiele, Ted Kessler, been nom.nated. Card Of Race* Sunday Night At New Velodrome- 5 back in. the days 25-Mile Motor Paced Event. t wtlen >ou wenl fishin' for sunnies' min control As a- <»">i» ^" ""^ the carrion f'j»i, gists for the crow can see no wrc-.?. old mill pond down the road, Brave, Take RoyaU With Italian bicycle riders will play a.. lt big part in tne program of raci,»; _ L * rm r*** ^A Jt ^L]I.-^4/H /I rt^intl/^ I Ft Al* in his vandalistic activities. They you used an oid line, a few liuuka; Zick Pitching Good Ball the Nutiey Velodrome, Park av.:.:e, Toth, 2b 5 and a can of worms. Have you ever; 'between the River Road and W.,- J!! fail, however, to tell what real at : ist-heaki, cf... 3 qivice this predator performs for man thought that your son might like to. The Braves A. C. defeated the mgton avenue, in Nutiey, S;II..\ Kipperwatts, 4 2 I kind, wild life or birds. It is immune do the same thing?_maybe tue pond! R oya i A. A., of Perth Amboy, by night. Manager Harry llen'k: U is farther Massagli, lb. 2 fn n'zl «ie ^ and Ver«tu.U8 ** now than il u^d to ' the score >re of of to to 5, 5, in in a a seven seven, inn- inn- arranged for' a a big big card j:ard_ r'ullert/in, 3b 2?..?f t^-^mu«but that ^tif^thsrs'ta. CM y u h? ve - U *.»««n*»t th* Grove. street which" will " feature Ed " Barf, "u, the u t many Jago, 3b are LvTrafwavl of curtailing il In* y ponds ard st l eams ln Sounds Sunday afternoon. J. Zick, giant Kalian sprinter from l,,ly Perry, If?"!! V6 i howin? thh menace to no time - Give your son a chance to. twirling for the,-innlers, held the well as Edoardo Severgmn:. Sandorf, rf... learn to love fishinb the W8y >ou Suswal, c 3 %M%^$,hprV n< thestthe most dld - opposition to five hits while his crack Italian six-day rider ain Kyan, p X H rj, A.'.Wonin th7 rrnw- If y u sport-loving pads will make mate5 touched Keary for ten. Walsh vanni Manera, Italy's crack :r. Oltrap! Thland durtc and ion farmer of he -hoald egg=. or P ali a g "' l Ja- > " our we e WH 5 wlu f' " not *i ul v "" have «them M: t l " a """ > P J e two Bamered out of three four. out None of four of the arid losers who is lookeij Zick paced_rider. u P on i Miminite thw nest to the nolnt of about thf: comm S generation of Jer- ; hit more than a single time. the greatest atet sprinters pinter in the Ft. Monmouth (6)»^Tn?Hnn s *y =P^tsmen. This Sunday the Braves will meet today and an adonis on a bicjx; AB R H PO A '.",... ytmx.. ' ~~ the strong Perth Amboy F. C. at meet Bill Honeman, crack Am. Kiflly, rf 5 2 Another enemy of wild lifers tns Jaeger, Fan* _ Twelve While Grove street at 2:3. The Braves pprinter, in a mile mateh m. Martin, cf 4 cat. Sentimentalists and other we!!- Jaeger ran* iweive wniie ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ intentioned persons tell us that kittens and purring tabbies can do no Hluth, If 4 Sewaren Hammers Young Men R^ Score by innings: 'only a great sprinter but tlu Mack, lib 3 harm. Sportsmen, conservationists Royal A, A 23 S Italian is looked upon as one j Shaffer, ss 3 Playing errorless ball behind Jaed k b Braves 5 23 x outstanding contenders fin Adapis, 2bb.. and farmers know better. This [iro-.»er's twelve strikeout pitching, the I sprint championship of the ' L N.turt'. MiihiT Work States this year. Oakley, c "jlific producer of its kind is an m- Sewaren A. A. defeated the Young Jenkins, lb... " I atinctive killer and destroys raobiu, Men' 3 club, of Perth Amboy, 2 to, I>twandow»lri, 2 2 " I quail, partridge, pheasant, song birds j n a c \ ose duel at Sewaren. Jaeger Every y M r n.ar.v XMUm ^» '.^ntsto'«tdl" tt.'ill" Ballyk, p "and other forms of wildlife. Let us Umited the i oscr3 t four hits. He of water are evaporated fn.m the sur- wi]] meet Biu Griram of Mapi, "! pledge^ ourselves tj> destroy all stray - was oppose( j by Eskay, who yielded face of firent Ilrltain alone; nearly i cats. I fed proud to call "* attention X. J., in a medley match rat.-, six hits but who held the winner.- 2,, tons of water are discharged tint heat will be a one mile ; Score by innings: the "seventh. Jaeger, opon each square mile of Its surface 932, I made a plea, through this paper, to all sportsmen to destroy more the second heat an Austral:.-.: Ft. Monmouth two, was the only player to hit Fords Recs 3 th ad a single time", a quantity which gives 8, tons suit race while if a third an^ : stray cats. In December, and twice T), e ^^g j, y j nh i nks: per acre. ing heat is necessary, the sty: in January, I wrote in reference to " distance will be deemed by t:. Young Men's Club - CUaaifie4 Ads. Bring: BetulU crow.*. This paper was the first in of a coin. Sewaren A. A Tne motor-paced race S- night will be twenty-five mi;. OFAF&JCA AND AStA AS 7Xf ONIYAN/MAL m m 7 SC/ NC ThAT POSSES- BS PHYSICAL 4WMNTAL CHAfiACTE&ISriCS OF 9&tL7N DG ANDTHE CAT A CHAHCt? 'RAUCANAS, SOUTH AMERICA, ARE THE ONLY DOMESTIC BIROS TKATtAY SW IOCS T 888 MAKl A l/ttw $H IL THAT SELIX FOR. Otflf FVUK. GfiYKT. Can yo«"dig 'Em Up"? If so wm. them to iw, and if m^ptoblo, wt will publi»li with your n*mv. POSITIVE RELIEF FROM PILES Agouitinf rental pah ktanfad to ootbinf comfort tlmoit in- tanu r. That * th* relief AU, pile. luscrvi obfuin from HEMO. FREE. W«tupport tbit it>t«m«nt with mo&ey'back fuarftnlaa. If you are tortured by puu jayt h»»e probably tried many to-culled cur.,. Do M>«judf. HEMO-FREE by paat diiappoinlmcnu. lt> actioa ii po«iti»a, almost miraculout, in caiei of itobiu«, bleadidg, extemaj, protrudini, or internal pileg. Remembej- bow jqyow life wit before Tiolent pain Ubbad you into dull misery. I Regain that priceleti happineu by tendiof for and uiing HEMO-FREE. If Towifh, pay poitman upon dolwcry. Sepd tbe coupon today. NOW it tbe beat time. HEMO LAB RATORES ^ 4S2 Wett t J ico Blvd.,, LAJ< AngftUi, Calif. Enclo«ed it $. for full ilse tube of HEMO-FREE. Name _ Addreii " the field for this race will be < ed from Alfred Letourner, *! : Jaeger, Gerard Debaets, TrAtu. \<berg, Paul Croley, Predent n I. Jackie Sheehan, Louis Malu- > Vincent Markey. ' Port Reading Clover* In Shutout Win Over Giants; Cloven Booking Contents The Port Reading Clover.- ^ the Woodbridge Colored Cu:i to, Sunday. Pratter pitched winners until the eikh'j' " ' ' was relieved by Zuccaro "dui injury. The two allowed the ' three hits while the Port- t from Wilson and Barpes wh«> ; the mound assignment ( Giants. KoUar, Ru&so and < took batting laurels with tw.. The Cloven will battle.st. / SH'S Sunday afternoon at I'oi' Illg. G*Ub> with tit Port- : booked by calling Woodhr) : J. Ask for Louis K- Richard Zuccaro. The Clov. like to book the Woodbndt!>- v Score by innings: Giants Oou Clovers 2" ' ALTC CACE$ iii Sanctioned by the A.A.A. FEATURING JOHNNY HANNON LEADING CpNTENDKlt FOR 933 CHOWN AND A GALAXY OF STARS 6-BIG EVENTS-6 SUNDAY, JUNE 8 NATION'S GREATEST DRIVERS WOODBRIDGE SPEEDWAY WOODBRIDGE, N. J. ADMISSION INFIELD 55c 2, Grand Stand S**t» - - $. - T«x Included A.A.A. Sanctioned Auto Kacea Are Held At Woodbridge Speedway EVERY SUNDAY. -At* ll Ite KJ.&

11 CrK INDEPENDENT Wukovets Pitches Brilliant Ball Against South River tfannon Beats Hall After Trailing Thirty-two Lapsjn Feature Grind lvjini n Pilot Displays Remarkable Bit Of Driving To Haute "Terror" In Bitterest Duel Fought At,,,ll)riH K e Speedway Thu Sea«on_Ji»ck Dempsey and 7, Fans Thrill To Spectacular Driving. ^nu-ing the coolness characteristic of the man but will) a desperation born of the desire not only to win ( () j,,k sn to defeat an ftrch rival and at the same time lm,i s high standing in the battle for the 933 champ-,,.,i the Woodbridge speedway, Johnny Hannon, Con-!,, I'a. speed merchant gunned Gus Strupp'a hot Millh( most remarkable victory of the present racing aea-, l(. half-mile saucer here, Sunday. Trailing by a half-,. moie than half the race, Hannon exhibited a praise-,it of driving to cut down the distance, take the lead,, null, Terre Haute, Ind. and win the feature twenty- V,,,,-ind in 27:5 -B, bringing to a thrilling climax the.i rl v contested race run at the track thia year, H., Placei Second,,l, ni "I the very outset. Vi-ntHin's activities that IMI jiiih meant business and '..., i. love on each other. : vt' ncmiy 7, including '.,.> and Harold G. Hoffiii. (IminK pair of drivers.-.i'li^t lime trials and saw ',. iitm in separate qualify-,,,f which was indica-.,.' i,,., i tii> to follow. :., mined the half-mile in, drew the pole, start-,,f Hannon in the fifty-.lim Patterson, Sid l'er-,\ ;i I'ntU'rson, Chuck Tabor, I. Don Church and in. the field in that :hr green flag simultan-, thi- flying start, Hall and,.,!,. into the first turn so ;:,,t the screaming fans, : settling of the war be-!\mi, arosq as one and let..iiviniitf roar which for the.i'luwned the noise of the t- lining motors. Hall's.'. trnightcned as he gunned,!i,w into the turn at terri- : :,, take the lead....,ars thundered into the i. ;i» the completion of i-.. ;l howl of dismay went hmium's motor sputtered and.,, tn die. In a twinkling, the nnun was back in fourth jimmy Patterson and Peri'.:,,ihf* him. to trail the rock-,;i. Hut the trim Miller wu the occasion. Hannon blaxed ::t place on the fifth lap and k in second on the sixth. It point he began the long, iv futile attempt to overla'il who then held more than ip margin over the entire.irivinff at a pace which kept liui" (lerner's hand hover- ;lu' red (stop-race is halti' lapped every driver but. the seventh circuit. He. Vuv '.rick on the fourteenth bailing Hannon by a quar- : half-way mark, Hannon uii'il in cutting down Hall's,i i ii!irur-lap. Jim Patterson,,IM<I Tabor rode in that or- hind the Readers. At lap. Hannon was riding on, i, ihe Vance ifearly searing with its hot exhaust. Hall a man possessed to keep mi but Hannon swept by.> i a-t turn on the thirtyill and was not headed af- \\':\U the exception ** Hall, q pii! the field on the thir-. lap. Ik' won the race by Johnny Hannon a three-quarter lap margin over TTall whose motor threatened several times to hulk after its severe pushing. Pershouse placed third; Patterson, fourth. Tnere were no accidents. The Qualifying HeaU The nearest approach to tragedy came in the first la five-miler when Ha( ip of the opening ll, riding abreast of Hannon, went it into a wild skid, the Vance swinging completely around in front of the day's fastest field. Hall tooled the job into the apron while drivers who were trailing him rode high to avoid a collision. Waiter Francis, of Port Richmond, smashed head-on into the guard rail in the miss and out race but was uninjured. Following are the results of the first four races: - FIRST RACE (Five Miles) Won by Hannon; Jim Patterson, second; Cnuck Tabor, third. Time 5 minutes, seconds. SECOND RACE (Five Miles) Won by Ira Hall; Sid Pershouse, second; Don Church, third. Time 6 minutes, 24 seconds flat. THIRD RACE (Five Miles) Won by Will Putterson; Ted Kessler, second; Bob Riff, third. Time 5 minutes,,'(2 3-5 seconds. FOURTH RACE (Seven and one- SEEN FROM THE SIDELINES By THOMAS J. BRENNAN GET THIS STRAIGHT..hronic criers who are protesting against what they suppose n.nal expenditure of money for athletics at the High School, i.i' it definitely understood to you that the golf and tennis teams been developed under the wing of Lincoln Tamboer, of the lurutional department, are not costing the school enough to i stamps for an unsealed, empty letter. u h the generosity of Colonia Country Club officials, the golfers civen permission to use the links free of charge. Ea,ch boy on applies his own equipment, including balls and clubs. Tpe en-!. which is giving many students who are unable to make the ir-ity tennis a chance to participate In some form of athletics, in IT the school a thin. dime.! liki. position^ are situated- the tennis players. With the exception purchase of tennis balls early in the Bcason, the tennis team, played in the neighborhood of ten games, has not been a penny to the school. The boys supply their own rackets, tennis shoes ' 'tuipment and when playing away from home, use their own an: port the members of the squad. HIRSUn ADORNMENTS POPULARlfRACEMM] always say, it was part and parcel of tin- game to wear 'cm while you whizzed around the course in some Many of the boys who will compete at the Reading AAA auto races Sunday will have upper lip appendanges. This seems to be the "mustachio year' with the auto race drivwise the vogue, as per "Voo-de^oo- uncanny creation. Today it is likeerdoo" Vieaux, ole' Don Moore, smilin Ẇhile the season is on, the boys Wes Johnson, diabolical looking Lew will keep them in good trim, but as Smith, the uncome kid, Kenilworth Christmas nears some will let them Caullett, who will still be a comer j- grow to Santa Glaus proportions and and the go-to-town "I'm comin having taken rice as a diet may have around" 933 sensation of f fast mo- motion, Mr. Uoyd Broshart of little white Christmas balls on thetor soup strainers. New Jersey, Back in the good old days, as they Willie Wiedergott is getting one Errors Plus Failure To Hit Kosel Spells Waterloo For Ghosts Bift Bai*6ifcr Lose Till* To Maroon Nine 3-; Bad st Inning Costly Chasan Blanks Locals Until Eighth "Percy" Wukovets' brilliant twirling in the face of tha toughest odds he has faced this season enabled him to cop alv laurels even though he dropped Woodbridgfe high school's crucial tilt with South River at South River, Saturday, 3 to. By virtue of his five hit, eight strikeout performance against a club which won fifteen consecutive games this season and today stands out as New Jersey's best* in schoolboy circles, Wukoveta indelibly wrote his name in the annals with the Barron avenue school's athletic immortals. He closed the season with an exhibition which took nlost of the sting out of the defeat and one which was hia' crowning achievement for 938. One Bad Inning However, it must not be construed The Avenel boy had one bad innng, the first, in which South River entire game for the winners, did not that Steve Cha»an, who pitched the scored all its runs. After that, with earn a place in the sun. He in tarn the exception i of f the h fifth iig inmn limited Woodbridge. five hits, fanm down dn the Maroon butters flawless support, was able to close when four men faced him, "Percy ned six and with the aid of nearly mowed his team's season keeping its envi- with larity a which consistent, kept a methodical more than regu- pained expression on the face of Bill out goose-eggs until the eighth innablet record intact, Chaean dished Fitzgerald, KitzKprald, l d cross-river crossriver i coach, coch, h dri during'ing g when Woodbridge wored Us the remainder of the contest. Fluke on]y run. The victory was hib eighth hits and a bit of costly misjudgment successive triumph this year. by hib mates caused Wukovets to The Waterloo Frame lose hia fir»t (tame of the season, but Knoblock, first man. up in South even n in defeat he ptood head and River's Rivers half of the opening frame, shoulders above anyone who took lifted the pill l over Jim Zilai's Zili' hd head pttrt. in the game. f for a single, il Poij Pi oignonnec bunted bted safely then Shinn loaded the sack* too which makes him look like a college "prof" and Bill Winn has astar first Backer, grabbed a bi^. chunk Sunday. Eddie Kath, Field Club'B blonde something or other he uses of the limelight when he smashed a to hide a racing scar on his upper terrific line drive clear over the right lip. field fence with Pochek aboard. Besides thib, he added a pair of doubles Picture Fred Frame with some black handle bars, Park Culp with an and a single to his total for the afternoon, getting fout in five trips Emperor William strain or Ken Fowler sporting s misplaced eyebrow. If to the rubber. it comes to this Ralph Hankinson FiUpatrick relieved J. Lattanzio says he is going to petition Joe Dawson to call a moratorium on auto ter the Navy scored three runs. Be- on the mound in the first inning af- racing and send the boys to the barbers. eight hits. Woodbridge got toi tween the two, Amboy was allowed Rader Barrons Take Unexpected Pennsy Pilot Will Be Stacked Balog, Kurucza, F. Miller, Sczew- Gus Hutteman, Karnas and Against Formidable Pilots Beating At Hands Of Car-czykteret, 4 to 2 Balog And Sunday Afternoon Leads Sczewczyk in Box. Race For 933 Crown. JIM ZILAI STARS half niilea) Miss and Out Won by "Shorty" IJrexWr; Dan Olivo, second. Time 8 minutes, -I'.) 4-5 secan inability to hit the, offerings of a Three costly errors coupled with smart lad named Kosel left Woodbridge somewhat surprised and stun- (.. ned on the short end of its return Same with Curteret at Carteret, Friday afternoon, 4 to 2. Frank Mc- Carthy's Blues who never hit a strong stride all season and who lost a number of games, spelled Waterloo all over the borough lot with an exhibition of heady, clever baseball. Mr. Kosel, who relieved Thatcher in the first inning, paired a corking pitching exhibition with nice work at the plate to take any laurels which were handed out. Woodbridge got but four hits while Balog and Sczewczyk yielded eight between them. Kosel fanned seven. Carteret took an early lead with a run in the second and two in the third. After Comba filed out to short in the last half of the second frame, Kosel»nd Terebecki singled. Djxon and Markowitz, hit by the pitcher, forced In Kosel with the first run, Sloan ended the would-be rally by poking into a doublje play. In the third, after Thatcher grounded out, the box to first, Sosnowski and Galvanek singled. Comba forced Sosnowski at third but Kosel's timely double scored Galvanek" and Comba. It was at this point Eddie Balog, who started for Woodbridge, was lamboer haa worked hard and faithfully with both teams and Dench e d in favor of Sczewczyk. have been gratifying. The added clubs, as has been mention- Woodbridge scored its first run in - ivi-n many more boys opportunities to earn letters and engage " for which they are either better fitted or enjoy more than, ^VfliedYuY. Jimmy Zilai singled major sports. Tamboer's entire project is to be highly commend- t saore tne runner. the malicious tongue-waggers who are always tearing down, Shut up! DEMPSEY STILL THE IDOL ' all promises of the management, William HarriBon (Jack to. appeared at the Speedway Sunday afternoon. Promptly at the "Manassa Mauler", former heavyweight champion of thrf Hiu idol of millions, drove into the infield, shook hands with a ii'v,,s and officials. Then, as he walked TOos* the track in the "f Ancil Hoffman, Max Baer's manager, Dempsey acknowledged n 'i"us ovation with a wave of the right arm which earned him '"" Ritht'than most racing drivers will stow in the coffers after " «t the gams, n v attired in dark blue, hia black, curly hair obscured by a panai' ' y, who for years has baaked in the limelight of public favor, 'Kile, lithe and young as the days when he punched his way to in the equated ring. The man Who has long since been ranked ""mortals of'the boxintf game had a spring in his step^the same ' - Vil - infectious smile, One-could say "Walln. "Hello, Jack" Wukoveta, If... 4 and feel ; Jost, 3b 3 '' you have know* him for years. It's the magnetic personalityhuttemann, cf ' ' kept u fickle public "sold" on him. Miller, rf "'iwy posed with Harold G. Hoffman at the starter's box. The fans Balog, p Sczewcayk, p '"" to "take a ride" when he squirmed into the cockpit of Johnny ear for additional "shots" by the small army of photographers i""-*u«d him. The ex-champ was like a big kid. He peeped under 'wislud steering wheels, snapped switches, (pushed pumps and ran "ver notched fires. He was up with the crowd, every time a driver '-yes glued to the track during «v«ry raee deapite the small mob tuna who jammed his box most of the afternoon, seeking auto- '' 'ndshakes, a closeup view of ringrom'b greatest gjeat. '"I'sey's visit was a show In itself. A» has always been the case, the ' "' Mnnng crowd loved'it.. >t jocular reporter pulled the b«st one of the afternoon, WMie yelling to Dempsey to remove bis hat to they could g«t a him, thi, IVHMA WH pwuoting WinMtf * "" " WtifB -ill ui Haw! / Twelve Will Get Baseball Letters At Woodbridge Hi Twelve members of Frank Kirkleski's 933 baseball team at Woodhridge high^school will >be given varsity letters next week the coach announced this morning. They are: Jim Zilai, Joe Bosze, Frankie Jost, "Percy" Wukovets, Sam Virgillo, Ed Ray Jackson. This year's club, one of the best diamond outfits to represent the Barron avenue school since the advent of Charlie Boehm's county champs, won eight out of twelve games. Bill Hoar Shuts Out Plainlield Sox, 6- Johnny Hannon Ready To Meet Invaders At Woodbridge Speedway EXPECT BIG FIELD Give. BrownleTTong Awaited g f i ^ ^ >u? Mat Eddie Kath Sparkles As Field Club Wins Naval Reserve Nine Bows To Locals, 8 to 7 In Corking Game Dunellen Next. The Woodbridge Field] Club added another victim to its long string when it defeated the Perth Amboy Naval Reserve nine, 8 to 7, here, "Stop Johnny Hannon at Woodbridge!" That is the war-cry of allg. Molnar, rf T. Lattanzio, rf, If the nation's crack" drivers and a LattirVzlo, p, rf 2 flock of them will be. on hand at the Woodbrirdge Speedway, Sunday, to Merwin, rf, If...2 halt this daring Pennsylvania boy, if possible. Hannon has been walloping the daylights -out of all the crack Naval Re*erve> (7) stars as Bob AB R Vieaux, Mailessi, ss Revenge Over Queen City colm Fox, Billy Winn, Lloyd Brost, y, y Inbe Joe Campion Uets nart > Bob Bb Hahn Hh and d a long lg list of Two. thers here Joh nn y ia the sensation ' pf the 933 auto racing season and Bill Hoar obtained lon -awaited ' li *"" l * ke. a mi? ht y ( 8pe k«dy t P> and cu a pair of victories over the are rlckln S Brownies last year and the memory of them goadvd "B*itch" Nedier's ard lads to baseball heights to win the first engagement this season. Hoar let the Queen City outfit down with six hits while his mates got to Ellwood and Warrington for seven. Woodbridge scored a run in the KTfth" Z e ZTirirp. ln from al of the first Bob Sail, the Paterson wizwho * ave Hann n P lent Y o l will *, on hand and What a happens to either Hannon w the, wl» ^ Al The.sen, the f MllIw - : to ut»».>t a. ^ ton bov aay3 nls car ls ready TVio A A -ninwph orrnrip«tb hull h» and How Toe CamDion Wood- he promises to show both Hannon Etcher^ gottwtout of three * Sail some things about thi, busito le~ad the battfng. He was the only npss nf (inv "» auto race ears ' and player to hit more than a single Al Theisen, Speedway fans will see time. Woodbridge A. A. (6) Orenduff's Vance Special in better speed than it has ever been and AB R H PO A when that car is right all the boys D. Gerity, 3b Continued on lait page Jim Keating, 2b Mullen, lb 5 44 Carteret wound up its scoring in J. Gerity, cf... 5 the seventh. Galvanek singled. O'-jDnnhMB, «5 2 Donnell reached first on an error by»<*p*""*' rf 3 Avenel A. A. Battles Jost but FTankie Frankie attoned for the \*"";''"' ocne ' t ',{" * v 2 ' n i misplay by nailing Galvanek at third. Jordan, If 4 Ko/el walked. Terebecki reached first Campion, 4 2 Newark Webster Nine m on an error by Virgillo which per- Hottr. P ail mitted d O'Donnell O'Donnell to to score, score, giving giving I \ 38 6 ~ { PUiofield Rod Sox () AB R H PO A McDonough, 2b 3 H. Hartfelder, If 3 Bill Perna Picks Tough One For Sunday At Seco Diamond The Lineups. when Wukovets hit him with the ball. Dedrick dropped one down the first base line but Joo Bosze was out of position and the drive went for a single which scored Knohlock and Poignonnec whereas it should have culminated in a double play. Shinn was caught napping and nailed at third by Zilai after which Mojie forced Dedrick at second. Paprata's single to left Scored Wojie. After that there was no scoring until the eighth when Hutteman. safe on Sula's error, scored on EQ Ralog's single after Sczewczyk grounded out to short. Woodbrldrt had an opportunity to score in the seventh when Bosze tripled, also in the ninth when Jost opened with a single, but both men died on the paths. Joe Bosze, with two hits, was the only batter to connect more than, a single time. One of his went for three bases. Jost, Wukovets and Balog accounted for the remaining Woodbridge safeties. Crown To South Rhrar South River's triumph dispelled all doubt there might have been that Fitijpptrick's club was entitled to and Wagner for eleven safeties. the Central Jersey schoolboy crown. Wagner started - the show for tne The team compiled by far the best losers but was knocked out of therecord in, the county and by virtue box when the Field Club scored five of this alone stands high in the ranking for the state crown. runs in the eighth. The Field Club will meet the The box score: strong Dunellen A. A, at Dunellen, Woodbridge () Sunday.. Either Fitzpatrick, Lattanzio or Molnar will be the pitching Virgillo, 2b 3 AB R H PO A E choice. Kosci will be behind the Karnas, c 4 S plate. p J. Yuhase will pitch for thejost, 3b 4 A. A. Zilai, ss 4 3 Bosze, lb 4 2 H Wukovets, p Huttemann, cf.. 3 Miller, rf Balog, If 3 isczw'eczyk, rf... 2 Field Club (8) AB R Pochek, ss 4 2 F. Lattanzio, 3b... 5 Kosci, c 5 Kath, lb 5 2 Genoveae, 2b 4 Fitzpatrick, If, p... 5 Mackey, cf 5 Mohr, c Coryell, c... Rader, p, lb Clausen, 2b Seel, cf 4 Wagner, lb, p 4 lovacs, If 3 essen, rf Williams, rf Fraser, 3b Score by innings: W. F. C Naval Reserve Legion Gets Sixteen Hits To Nip Keyport "Lefty Bartos Limits Monmouth County Crew To Seven Hit* Victory One-Sid ed. Carteret the lead, 4-. Jim Zilai, ^who walked, was scored in the ninth, when Frankie Jost smashed a long double after Wukovets flied out. Kurntza, batting for Hutteman bt, Bill Perna's Avenel A. A. has ith Warr'gton, lb, p 4 in the last of the ninth was nipped in enough on the got paon but with runs picked a tough one for Sunday in ~ Hartf'd'r, a, rf, 2 Miller flied the out paths to second to tie and the Sczew score, booking the mighty Webster A. A. the bud. r Yuhase, ss 2 czyk fanned. t d ' d Sew of Newark, for a game at the Seco Dametch, Zilai and Murtagh top-p ', Rilling, 2b The box score: Sheppard, cf 3 "Ifield. The Newarkers have defeated ped Woodbridge at the plate while Woodbria«e_(2) Thompson, c... 4 the Fords Recs, Woodbridge A. A., Weisner led Keyport. Each of these AB R PO A Elwood, p, rf... 4 batters rapped out three hits, ; Iselin Senators, Millburn A. C, American Lection (ft) Lakewood Ramblers, East Orange Virgillo, 2b 3 AB V H Karnas, c A. A., Independents of Lyttdhurs Dametsch, 3b 5 32 Score by inniiigs: and the Union Blue Sox and wil Bosze, lb 4. Jost, lb.4 Red Sox 3 come to Avenel confident of bump Zilai, ss 3 Zili Zilai, ss._ 5 8 A. A. 4 OOx 6 the A. A. Summary: Three base hit, Thomp-I \^ wlbsters Websters have one of the Yap, 2b 4 son. Two babe hits J.C,erity and El- Wrongest Bemi-pro outfits in 4< Gerek, cf _... 5 wood. Stolen bases, ). Gerity, Po- ttate boasting plenty of hitting pow Delaney, If 5 3 check, McDonough McDunough. Struck Struct 6«t, by good d defense f and d brilliant illit pitch Murtagh, rf 4 nun*, pi by ug Elwood, mnwu, *] 4; by.warring-» ing lay Young and Macciolli, two Bodnar, c..* 2 ton,. Bases on balls, off Hoar, 7; youthful box stars. Both "Yfcnk Bartoa, p 4 off Elwood,. Umpires Lee and W. Kasciz, former Middle Atlantic Leafoe Stripp, Brooklyn star, and John Gerity. Scorer, Hughes. ue star and who was South with K«n>ort Mats BMX (3) Carteret AB PO A Six WUI Get Lettera In AB R H nie Woods, who twirled for the Pateruoii City Club and who was given 8. Carhart, cf, p Walling, ss Thatcher, p, If -.4 Tennis At Woodbridge Hi Soanowski, ss I a tryout with the Newark Bears, will Carhart, 8b Galvaneck, If, 3b 4 Six racket wjelders will be jriven be n the Webster lineup. The teams Van Pelt, l IIf...:.3.8 Comba, lb varsity letters in tennis at the High will lineup aa follows: SmitB, c Kosel, ab, p 3 School, according to an Announce- AVENEL A. A. < J. Petras, If; Mount, lb 4 Terebeckii rf. merit by Lincoln Tamboer, coach, Severock, iib; J. Wukovets., lb; Loothis morning. They are Captain kie, c; Kennedy, 3b; Stern, ss; Berescese, 2b _.. lieisner, rf -... Dixon, c Markowitz, cf Stanley Newman. Manager William Sheets, p or cf; Mack, rf; Perry or Y.. Urbanski, U, p U~.. Sloan, 2b Smith, Hurry Howell, Al Tyrrell,-, Thulleson, p. Robert BtfaithwaiU an*.ljwmj NBWARK H 2 3 Pounding the offerings of George Utbanski and Stan Carhart all over the lot, running up a total of sixteen hits, "Monk" Mesick's Ameri- :an Legion nine pasted the Keyport Mats Bears, 8 to 3, Sunday afternoon at Keyport. While thfis was going on, "Lefty" Banos, pitching steady ball and getting flawless support, let down tne Mats with seven safeties which were pretty well sprinkled. Leading 3- at the close of the seventh, the Legion sewed up the tilt with a five-run barrage in the eighth. A two-run rally by the Keys South River (3) AB R H PO A E Knoblock, ss... 4 Poienonnec, cf.4 Shinn, rf., 2 Dedrick, 3b Wojiechowiez, c Paprata, If Sula, lb Petrosky, 2b Chasan, p Score by innings: Woodbridge South River 3 Ox-~3 Avenel Wins Slugging Match With Elizabeth Seventh Warders Lose To Pernamen, 9 to 7 A. A. Want* Games Wi)h Browniee, Fords Recs. The Avenel A. A. won a free-slugging game from the 7th Ward Baseball Club, of Elizabeth, Sunday afternoon on the Seco field, 9 to 7. Bill Perna's players got to Salzman for twelve hits while the losers hammered Sheets and Perry for fourteen, The gamei was marred by nine errors, three by Avenel and six by Elizabeth. Sheets and Glavitsh topped the batting with three apiece. With the exception of Perna, every man on both rosters hit safely at least once. The Avenel A. A. would like to j meet the Woodbridge A. A. and tha Fords Recs in three game series to lecide the senior semi-pro championship of the Township. Ayenel's management would prefet to play the games later in the season but insists that the A. A. is entitled to tilts with the clubs mentioned. The Pemamen have not lost a game this year. The box score; Aveoel A. A. (9) AB R H PO A, E J. Petras, If... B ' I ' Severock, c, 2b J, Wukovets, lb 5 Lo«kie, c 4 4 Perna, 2b 2 Kennedy, 3b Stern, ss Sheets, p, cf... S Mack, rf M. Potw, rf... I. D. Perry, p, ~ th Ward B. B. C. (7) I&U*. cf,!, Schinel. lb C. B»eh, if..'. Wk, a..-. P. Bach, 3b R. Schiael, 2b Salzman, p... Kuielm, ss... Glavitsh, rf. AB R H PO A E «> Q 2 ft a \i

12 PAGE TWELVE WOODBRIDGEJNDEPR NI)FN SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES OF THE TOWNSHIP Complete PI ana For Benefit j Eighth Grade Students Have Big Party This Afternoon Card Party For Milk Fund Plans havp boon completed foi' the benefit curd party fur the milk fund to he hold on Wednesday afternoon at tho Sowaren Land and Water Club, under the auspicca of the Wei-] school. The decorations fare Department of Uiu Woman's ;ir.(! fern?., the punc!\ din Club. Mr«. A. T.. Huber, chfiirman of the department, is in charge. Assisting her arc: Mrs. E. II. Boynton, Mrs. H.,K. Brenniin, Mr?. Morris Chopflr, Mrs-. Ceorge Ilinbrow, Mrs. W;. H. (iriswold, Mrs. Joseph- Klein, Mrs, A. V. Rankin, Mrs. John J. Short and Mrs. Maurice. M. Troimun, Middletown Township Man Is Guett Speaker Sunday Frank' pupcrintandviit T h i h I.!"Y'l of the Middletown Thi' entire eighth grade, numbering!uio student*, enjoyed n rlmparty and <lanrc this afternoon in the auditorium of Number Eleven f flowers > hiiu and program were all planned by the general committee, composed of one representative from each of the home rooms. Those included were: p Township schools, was the guest speaker at the bnai Uet and prayer meeting held Sunday night in the Presbyterian church in honor of the members of the Sunday school and Christian Endeavor societies who are graduating froni school or college. The topic of Mr. Lloyd's talk, given during the church service, was "What Are We Going To Do With Our Education?" The leader of tho meeting was Andrew Ellis of the Hi-C. E. Trumpet solos, "At Dawning", by Cadman, anil "Onward Chrtstfon Soldit f s", were played by Roy Patem'an. Music was by the junior choir, accompanied by Miss Dorothy Terhune and under the direction of Mrs. A. G. Erb. Miss Sara Holland sang a soprano solo, "My Task". The supper, which preceded the church service, was in chnrjre of Mrs. A. H. Bowers and her assistants, Mrs, A. G. Erb, Mrs. William Gcnshaw and Mrs. Henry Holland. During- the supper, hymns were sung and a duet was ffiven by Miss Claire Pfciffer and Walter Levi. St. Cecelia's Woman's Club To Hold Festival Monday ISELIN The Woman's Club of St. Cecilia's church will hold a strawberry festival and card party Monday night in the Parish hall. All the usual games will be played and beautiful and useful prizes will be awarded. There will be non-players prizes and a special door award. The card party will start at 8:3 o'clock. RACESJUNDAY (Continued from page ) will hnve to watch themselves. Jim- Dominirk Ai uila, Anna liioglecki, Carol Gardner, Janet Howell, Jean Kicgi'i, Millicent Mar(>arrnh, Row Manko, Bette Saywell, Helen Senft, ilnrton WiUon. Music for the entertainment and dancing wan provided by the eighth grade orchestra, The program was opened with» Paul Jones, followed by a tap dance by Lucille Kreba. THongs by Carol Gardner and Gladys Madden Were enlliusiastiiiilly applauded. A ta"p dance by Anne Phillips and a song by Marion Leonard were the high spots of the program. A skit by Margaret vsoloman and "arol Gardner was followed by a song by Helen Loeuscn. The program was closed by a song by Ta-. Wtka Reddig and the dance finale. Breckenridge Auxiliary Closed Season Monday Nite The Breckenridge Auxiliary of the Presbyterian church closed its season Monday night with a party held In the Sunday school room with Miss Anna Hart as hostess. Refreshments were served and games were played. Those present were: Mrs. H. A. Tappen, Mrs. Williim Rowe, Miss Grace C. Huber, Miss. ASina Johnson, Mrs. John Mc- Creery\ Mrs. Leiand Reynolds, Mrs. F. Kath, Mis» Helen Lorch, Miss Georgia Beam, Mrs. Fred Baldwin, Mrs. Howard Reyder, Mrs. William Butters, Mm. Thomas Wandj MiB«Genevieve Keans,- Miss Louise Richardson, Miss Lou Woardell, Miss Louise Hubpr, Mrs. Charles JCuhlman, Mrs. J, E. Breckenridge, Miss Anna Hart " Viany At Land-Water Club Spring Dance In Sewaren SKWAREN The Spring dance of by Sewaren Land and Water Club ivas held Saturday night in the club,.vith Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tombs, of Cranford. aft host and hostess. Music for (lancing was provided by the Midshipmen, of Wcstfield. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. I. Campbell, of Tennessee; Mr. and Mrs. R, A>TCS, Mr. and Mrs. II. Mossman, Harry HoWell, Olga Barnekov, Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Adams, James Adams, Bertha f'onrad, Harper Sevan, Margaret Walker, Fred H. Turner, Dr. and Mrs. j. A. Mark, Mr. and Mrs. i. Alfred Compton, Mr. and Mrs, E. M. Williamson. Commodore and Mrt. D. Harry Ford, Mrs. F. F. Annesa, August F. Greiner, William GrH>i«n«i, Mildred Mooney, Joseph Ruddy, Dorothy Biddie, Mr. and Mrs. Noel Kittell, Mr. and Mrs. R,, Humphrey, Vice Commodore and Mrs. J. B. Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Seebach, Craig F. Senft, Loretta Kolb, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Van Sycklc, William Vincent, Bernice Weaver, Ira McCabe, Dorothy Farr, Mr. and Mrs. Harold P. Hayden, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bouchard, D. V. Rush, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Grow and Mr. and Mrs Rny Simm. LITTLE GIRLS GIVE SHOW, DONATE FUNDS TO RED CROSS UNIT Mn. Aiher F. Randolph, chairman of Ins local chapter of the Red Croat hat released for publication a letter which the received recently from three little girlt in Woodbridge. It i» an excellent example of the work that can be done by interfiled children. The letter followt. To MM. Aiher F. Randolph, President, American Red Croll, Woodbridge. Dear Mn. Randolph: We three tittle s'fl'. 9 7" old, gave a play a few week* ago nd earned enough money to buy two pain of children's overalli which we would like you to give to tome needy child. Signed, GLORIA POTTER, BARBARA BREGS. GWENDOLYN COMPTON. Eight Tables In Play At Sewaren Land-Water Club Mi*s Florence Nelson Is Engaged To Howard Sharp Mother's Club Food Sale I» Successful Affair Sat. The Mother's Club food sale which was conducted Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. James S. Wight, in Linden avenue, for the benefit of the Barron Librarry was a very successful affair. Of the amount realized, twentyfive dollars will he donated to the fund for reopening the Barron Library. Mrs. Stanley C. Potter, club president, wishes to thank all those who helped to make the sale a suc- Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Nelson, of Valentine place, announced the engagement of their daughter, Florence Esther, to Howard Sharp, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sharp, Sr., of Fords, Wednesday night «t a party held in the Nelson home. Th2 party also marked the twenty-second wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson. Miss Nelson is a supervisor on the nursing staff of Muhlenburg Hospital, Plainfleld. Mr. Sharp, Jr., is a well-known pharmacist. No date has been set for the wedding. Those present at the party were: Mrs. George McLaughlin, Mrs. Stephen Wyld, Mrs. Harry Baker, Sr., Mrs. Paul Kingberry, Mrs. Christine Christensen, Mrs. Stephen Hruska Mrs. Jack Carboy, Mrs. Fritz Jacob Miss Harriet Short, Miss A. Growny of Fords, Miss Dons Eyke, Mrs. William Baker of Perth Amboy, Miss Betty Barrett and Miss Virginia Stewart, of the nursing staff of Muhlenburg Hospital. During the evening, a linen table cloth was presented to Mrs. Nelson. Cards were played and refreshments were served. my and Willard Patterson, Bob Riff, I cess. Mrs. James Chalmers, chairman Sidney Pershouse and several other ] o f the Ways and Means committee, Eastern favorites will have to be was general chairman. Those assistreckoned with. Pershouss is especial-] ; n g her were: Mr. Leon Campbell, ly dangerous as he is keeping close Mrs. James S. Wight, Mrs. Harold to the leaders in every race and may Van Syckle, Mrs. D. Harry Ford, stage an upset this week. Mrs. Julian Grow. By winning at Woqdbridge last ^ _ Sunday a race that thrilled Jack Dempsey and a very large crowd - - Hannon now holds an undisputed lead for both the Woodbridge cham- Second Annual Strawberry I Festival Held In Sewaren By St. John's Guild Tues. pionship and the Eastern track title. Johnny has piled up 24 points at Woodbridge; Bob Sail is second with 54, Hob Hahn is close at his heels. with 49 and Ira Hall follows with strawberry festival given by St. 48. Sidney Pershouse jumps into John's Guild at the Land and Water Dth position ahead of Tee Linn, Mai-, Club Tuesday night was an enjoycolm Fox, Jimmy Patterson, Lloyd. able and entertaining affair, w th Broshart and Lloyd Vieaux. Bob two hundred people present. Hahn will not drive his usual No. 99 Mrs. Simon Larson headed the on Sunday but will have a new Am- committee on arrangements. She was bier Special, a job which promises assisted by Mrs. Lillian Morris, Mrs. plenty of trouble foil the Millers and J hn Ellems end Mrs. Henry ijmith. SEWAREN The. s&cond annual Vances. The Speedway is gradually becorii- Mrs. F, J. Adamsl was the hostess. The program was arranged by ing one of the finest tracks in the Miss Louise Morris and included a country und the engineers hope to' tap dance by Miss Lorna MacCrory, have the "kinks" out of the oval for of Woodbridge, And two group danc-.sunday's big race program. Wood-;es, "Dance of the Wood Nymphs bridge is the one track in the East and "Krazy Kat Parade". The latabsolutely free of any dust and spec-, ter number was as enthusiastically tators can sit in the stands without applauded this year as it was at last the worry of flying dirt. The driv- year's festival. It was repeated by ers are getting more speed out of popular request. Those taking part their jobs and several new records in the dances were: the Misses Lorna are looked for with the hot field -bat-' MacCrory, Patty Ann and Doris tling Hannon. I Burns, Norma Smith, Jane Van Special attractions are on the pro-] W«rstine, Lucille Kath, Mary Irene gram for each Sunday's races here,' Wiswall and Mary Constance Clark, the appearance of Jack Dempsey and Miss Pansy MacCrory provided the his party of celebrities last Sunday ' musical accompaniment for the being one of the high spots of the dances. day. The former heavyweight cham- Two poems, "Don't" and "A Little pion started one of the races, posed Boy's Prayer", were recited by Da Woodbridge Mrs. M. Burke, of Flemington, ha' returned to her home after a visi with her brother, Garret Brodhead of West Green street. Frank Lawson, of West Green street, has returned home after a visit with his brother, James Lawson, in Boston, Mass. Mrs. John Tetley and Miss Emma Moultoii, of Alden street, have returned home after a short visit with friends in Allentown, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. William Roeder, o: Radburn, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Breckenridge, of West Green street, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. 'George Battman, of Carteret road, have returned from Massachusetts, with their son George, who is a student at Tufti Dental College. Mrs. J. M. Coddington, of Clair avenue, visited relatives in Princeto over the week-end. in a car for the photopraghers, au tographed programs and shook hands all around. Commissioner of Motor yid Van Iderstine. A mixed quartette including Mrs. Asher P. Randolph, contralto; Mrs. Charles Wiswall, so- Vehicles Harold G. Hoffman occu- prano; P. William Lauritsen, tenor, pied another guest box Sunday and and Asher F. Randolph, bass, sang shared the day's celebrity honors < "Dawn", by Pearl Curran; "A Partwith Dempsey. ing Kiss", Pinsutti, and "A Rondel", Just what drivers are coming in by MacFarland, Miss Ruth Erb was from the West is not knqwn at the the accompanist. present writing although assurajwes have been given the Speedway management that many of them will be "Morning Mood" and "Country Dance" two piano duets, were played by Samuel J. Henry and Mrs. on hand Sunday. With such Eastern Olive Van Iderstine. favorites us Hannon,! Sail, Theison, r Refreshments were^ served by the Orenduff and the resj of the speed boys, auto racing fans can look for competition this week tome keen end. Plans are under way to have several other well known celebrities on hand June H and there is a possibility that Max Baer may be induced to come, back from New York state where he is appearing in an exhibition. Tho regular races Sunday start at 3 o'clock. Junior Happiness Girls, who cooperated with the Guild in order to make the affair a success. Dancing fallowed the entertainment. The winners of the elimination dance were Mr. an d Mrs. John Ellems. The dor prize, a ^ottedplant, donated by the Woodbridge Flower Snoppe, was awarded to Miss Goldie Derrick. Say "I saw your advertisement in the Woodbridge Independent." Ralph and Everett Ensign, of Nev York City, visited their parents Mr and Mrs. Everett C. Ensign, over th week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Peck, of Ti dale Place, were the week-end gues of friends at Perch Lake. Miss Bertha Ohlott, of Freemar street, spent the week-end with friends in New Brunswick, and at tended the Commencement exercise: at Rutgers University Saturda; morning and the reception for Presi son, son, dent and 'Mrs. Robert C. Clothier i the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Numbers, of Rahway avenue, entertained at dinner Sunday night in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Claude W. Decker, of Green street. The guestls were Mr. and Mrs. Claude W. Dacker, Misj Jean Decker, of town: Mrs. Carl Kurd, of Clayton, Del.; Mr. and Mrs. week with relatives in Trenton. High School Teacher Reviews Big Concert arl M. Metzger, German Instructor, Praises Work Of Orchestra And Glee Clubs. By Karl M. M.tig.r The orchestra and Glee Club conert of last Friday was an event of utstanding importance to me, peronally one of the most beautifu nd inspiring evenings ever spent in ur high school auditorium. It was something new to hear our oungsters with their clear and un trained voices sing the kind o' ongs they did and in the way they lid, for forget it not, good folks, they offered you no second or third rate numbers but songs by Bohm, Bach, Dvorak, Elgar and Beethoven and other minor composers. They rang these numbers in a way I shall not be able to forget very soon, that is, with enthusiasm, authority, and musical distinction. They seemed to love it, they felt he beauty of the music they were singing and made you feel it too. I saw our youngsters in a light I never had seen them in before, disclosing new capabilities, new attitudes, and to me it was a most satisfying and hrilling experience. I need not tell ou that both the Freshmen and the Upper Class Glee Clubs behaved splendidly, like the unified, well-seasoned organization they already are, although it was their first concert appearance. For all this of course the entire credit is due to the tireless efforts and organizing ability of heir director Miss Anna Frazer, who I think has by this single appearancel ushered in for Woodbridge nigh school a new artistic era. It proves to us all, that we may have economic depression indeed, but that given a vision and a will to achieve, it need not depress altogether our spiritual and artistic efforts. The audience seemed to feel this too, and greeted every number with salvos of spontaneous applause. They were genuinely enjoying themselves all through the concert, which included on its program, numbers by the orchestra, by the two male quarofts and solo numbers all of which were on par with the high standards attained by the two Glee Clubs. Space forbids to mention each number inlividually, except I must congratulate both the Junior and Senior Boys' quartets on the good start they have made, and urge them on to still better and higher achievements. It should encourage them to know that the audience was particularly interested in them, and for a good reason. The High School orchestra itself in the "Huldigungsmarsch" of Grieg outdid itself, giving a stirring, glowing performance, on an artistic level, to my mind never attained before. It would be a gross neglectnot to mention finally the solo numbers on their respective instruments of Venusto Ferrioli, Donald Leila, Arnold Christophersen and Edna Geigel, or the fine piano accompaniments of Miss Dorothy Terhune and Miss Ruth Erb, all of which added so much to the concert as a whole. Here at last we have had another proof, and we ought to rejoice over it, that our community is musical and alive to, as well as appreciative of the finer things possible to our boys nnd girls. Such an event makes Kinht tables of ranis were m jihiy at the first of H?vru-fi of cartl I mltics sponsored hy the UH>S ').' * iarv of the Sewaren Kind and "'J" ' flub Friday afternoon at Hi" clun. I) H. Ford ivns the WH'ss nsisted by Mrs. <' H. Kolhfu^, Mrs. Jeorgp U. Mtrrjll and Mrs. Julian»row.. Prizes in contract were award" o Mrs Ellwood R. Johnson, Jr. utiil Mrs Koy Simm. Prizes in auction. were won by Mr?. Howard Ji'rniv and Mn W. 'T. Jones, of Kahway. ' Those present wore: Mrs. Morgan ieiffcrt, Mix. R. T. HoRan, Mrs- 'I«wiK">.- flunur, Mm. George Merrill. Mrs. A. R. BerRen, Mrs. C. A. Phillips, Mrs. F. F. Anness, Mrs. Julian irmv, Mrs. James Chalnrers, Mr.' "edric II. Ostrom, Mrs. ('nrl R. others who manifested their interest 'hase. Mrs. ('.. E. Kent, Mrs. II. F. : hy their presence. lurtorc, Mr?, l/'on Campbell, Mr?. ' - toward Jernee, Mrs. W. T. Jones, i Mrs. Samuel.. Henry, Mrs. How Allen, Mrs. Noel Kittell, Mrs. D. II. Ford, Mrs. II. B. Rankin, Mrs. Frederick Brommann, Mrs. A. W. Scheidt, Me?. H. R. Demarest, Mrs. K J. Patrons And Patronesses At Concert Last Week Listed The list iif patrons and patrom'ss-,.* fur the Wondbriilge hirh school nrrlmstra nnd gvo d"hs rom-o.rt, which was Riven last Friday mgnt in tb» hi eh schol auditorium, fol- ] ;, «: Mr. and Mrs. James Koid Mr. and Mis. Oorgc R. Merrill, Mr. (Id Mrs. A. F. Randolph, Mr. and Mr* F. Kormundy, Mr. and Mrs, William L. Rnun, Mr. and Mrs. J... Donegan, Mr. and Mrs. K Peter- Mr. and Mrs. Whitney (. Loe- Mr and Mrs. Oscar M. Urge. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brodniak Mrs. Hampton I'uttor, Lions ( luh, K<>liirv Club Woman's Club ot Wood- Mr». James Chalmers Givo Tentative Program At A meeting of the execute, f the Woman's Club was him ay afternoon at the home,,.resident, Mrs. A. F. Randnl,,i Rahway avenue. A tentntiv.' gram for the coming year «:, rented by the program d,;,;, Mrs. James. ChalraerR. A van,- intertainment promising JJC,..,, oyment it in store for clui,', hers. Sections three, f ()l i r, ll( f the eighth article of the c,,, tion will be adhered to I In, Members are urged to heron-,, liar with these rules. Thanks are extended to all of the above people and oi-fhirmntions for their financial support and also to Young Woman's Club Will Hold June Dance Tomorrow Ada'ms/'Mrs. J. B. Zimmerman, Mrs. A. F. Randolph, Mrs. Clarence Zischkau, Mrs, L. J. Seebach.. Refreshments were served. The next card party, under the direction of Mrs. F. J. Adams, will be held Friday afternoon, June' 3. Miss LouUe Morris Ho»tes» To Buschman Guild Monday The Buschman Guild of the Presbyterian church was entertained Monday night at the home of Miss Louise Morris with a party, which marks the close of the Guild season. Games were played and refreshments were served. Those present The Young' Woman's Club of Woodbridge will hold its June dance at the Colonia Country Club tomorrow night. Reservations must b*> made by tonight with Miss Helen Kinghffrry, chairman. Music for dam-inx will be furnished by ths Manhattan Serennderi The PaUo and Patronesses' nre: Mr. and Mr J. M. McCrecry, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Newcomer, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Smith, Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Rethfuss. Frances H. Dickerson Is Holder Of Masters Degree In Fine Arts At Columbia Christian Endeavor Unit Closes Season With Su ppp The Christian Endeavor S,. of the First Congregational, (,,',, closed its season Sunday nijrh! '., a fellowship supper held n,,, church'dining room. Supper was nerved at fltfn,;,;,,, at tables prettily decorated with.,- kets of flowers. Hymns were ir by the assemblage. Miss Anna, i, son sang "The Old Rugged On. Those present were: Reverend,n,i Mrs. W. V. D. Strong, Mr*. Fn>, j, her, Mrs. Wayn«T. Cox, Mi Margaret Voorhees, Evelyn llii,,, Jane Cos, Harriet Killerb:,.,' Margnrpf Klek. Helen F.lek,> ' Baka, Elizabeth Baka. Helen Vargo, Anna Johnson, \ r ginia Raisen, Messrs. William j Voorhees, Jr., Julius Huber, ] ':..,] Linn, John Fleming and Fred ]. ij. er.... _. Among the students at Columbia were: Misses Lilley Greene, Mae Me-j University who received Masters de- Auslan, Florence Brown, Evelyn iprees in Fine Arts, recently, appears Baldwin, Myrtle Howard, Ruth Lorch, Jean Theigesen, Betty Copeland, Norma Chase, Rosalie Nash, Pansy MacCrory, Grace F. Huber, ;he name of Frances H. Dickerson, Winifred Florence Biennan, Grace Rankin, McAuslan, Louise Morris and Mrs. Clinton Kcnnaday. CHURCJTNOTES FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 9:4f> A. M. Sunday school. : A. M. Morning worship. Rev. Albert Cropp sermon. will preach the CHURCH NOTES,'E METHODIST EPISCOPAL Main Street Rev. C. C. E. Mellberg, Pastor Sunday 9:45 A. M. Church school, P. H Locker, superintendent. : A. M. Morning worship. Topic "How We Interpret Jesus". 8: P. M. Baccalaureate sermon. Monday Meeting of the Fortnightly Guild \t the home of Mrs. Russell Lorch, lahway avenue. BARNETT BROS. BIG 3-RING CIRCUS AND MENAGERIE WOODBRIDGE 2 STREET PARADE AT NOON WED., JUNE 25c 25c ADMISSION TO ALL TWICE DAILY P. M. * 8 P. M. Grove St. Baseball Field AUSWCES AMERICAN LEGION Miss Virginia Moll, of Rowland Place, has returned after spending a week with relativec in Trenton. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Stuart, of Westfield, were the Sunday guests of Mrs. William Howard, of West Green street. Announce Engagement Of Miss Rosemary Matthews To Coach Frank McCarthy Mr. and Mrs, Herbert K. Matthews, of Port Washington, L. I. announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Rosemary E. Matthews, to Francis C. McCarthy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCarthy, of South Amboy. Mias Matthews is the physical education instructor in the Woodbridge Township schools.' Mr. McCarthy is the athletic coach af Carteret high school. No date has been set for the wedding. Rajah Gal To Appear At Perth Amboy Store cut-rate meat and provision dealers have arranged for the exclusive appearance of Rajah Gal famous mental marvel to appear at the Perth Amboy store, located at 258 Smith street, all day Saturday for the entertainment of natron*. The Rajah will woduce hi» entire net doneutinb of hypnotism, mental t*up»thy *wl tf i H us hopeful for the future and eagerly anticipate next year's concert. Mora Than 225 At Flag Day Festival By Methodists ithe Flag Day strawberry festival fffven by the Methodist church Wednesday afternoon and evening o» the church lawn was a decided sucf cess. Over 225 guests were present. The decorations were American flags and strings of red, white and tlue electric lights. The table decor ations were flowers in red, whih and blue. George Gordon, general chairman, was assisted by Theodore Marsh, of the official board; Mrs. F. F. Anness and Mrs. John Gorton, of the Builder's Society; Miss Kathryn Spencer and Miss Lillian Burgeson, of the Fortnightly Guild; Miss Edna Geigle, of the Epworth League. The committee was assisted b other members of the societies. New* of All Woodbridge Town hip in the Independent, the most widely read paper in Woodbridge RHEUMATISM Can be conquered and we can prov it I Don't suffer another minute wit] these tortures. The Famous Q-623 Has done wonders for all sufferers and we guarantee every bottle to help you. Mr. Hardiman will gladly tell you all about it. Ask him! WARNING Don't b. mi.led by cb««p imitatiom. There it only on* Wcdnetda 2: P. M. The Builder's Society will visit plant. ilde Gorton's Ice Cream Friday former Avenel woman, well-known in the township. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loren G. Dickerson. After a summer at a camp in Maine a«an instructor and counselor in jewelry, pottery and weaving, Miss Dickerson will return and become a member of the faculty of East Side high school in Newark. Rev. Francis Langan Gives Diplomas Last Night At St. James' (Continued from Ptee One) Henry Patten, Joseph Anthony Quigley, David Joseph Schwartz, John James Sedlak, George Francis Somers, Marian Ann Turner. Following the presentation of the diplomas, Rev. Langan conferred special gold medals of beautiful design to two members of each of the eight grades in the school. One was for excellence in study and the other for religious attainment. The winners of the excellence medals were: The medals for general excellence were awarded as follows: Eighth grade, Francis O'Brien; seventh De Molay Sport Dance At Land-Water Club Next Fri. The annual Sport dance <if \} v > Americu3 Chapter, Order of ]» ><, lay will be held Friday evening,, un. 33, at thu Sewanm Land and \Yuv f Club. Music will be furnished ty the Greenwich Village orchestra.' ): f. freshments will be (served and si vi r. al novelty dances will be enjoyed. Bernard Bernstein ie Rimini chairman. The publicity chairman ; Robert Heller. Tickets may be in). cured from any of the member ur at the door. 4: P. M. Epworth League will; Bra(j e ; Rj ta Krock; sixth grade, Mary leave the; church for»n outing! Zilai; fifth grade, Madelyn Ernst; at Surprise Lake. Firat Congregational Church Barron and Grove Avenues ter. W. V. D. Strong, D.D., Paitor Sunday 9:45 A. M., Church school. : A. M., Church service. 7: P. M., C. E. meeting. CHURCH OF CHRIST Meetings each Sunday in the ome of John Heist, 72 Schoder avelue. : A. M. Bible Study. : A. M. Breaking of Bread. Tuetday 8: P. M. Bible Study. All are invited to attend the ser- 'ices. TRINITY EPISCOPAL Rev. Edward R. Wellet, Rector Rahway Ave. and Trinity Lane 8: A. M. Holy Eucharist and sermon. 9:45 A. M. Church school. : A, M. Holy Eucharist or morning Prayer and sermon. Friday 9 A, M. Holy Eucharist. Saturday 7:3 P. M. Rector in the church. Baptism by appointment. For the sick Baptism, Holy Communion or Holy Unction at any hour of day or night. ST. JAMES' R. C. CHURCH R«T. Francii X. Langan, Putor ReT. Cnmi. A. Sullon, Curate 8: A. M. Low Mass. 9: A. M. Children's Mass. : A. M. Low Mass followed by Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Colotwi B*ptUt A. U. Horning Strmoa. :3 P. M Sunday school 7: "Younj People's Baptist Union." Wednesday, 8 P. M. Prayer Meet. big. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Firit Church of Chriit, Scientist, Sewaren A Branch of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, m Boston, Mass. Sunday Service : A. M. Sunday School 9:3 A. M. Wednesday Testimonial Meeting 8: P.M. Thursday Reading Room 8: - 6: P. fourth grade, William Ryan; third grade, Philip Boyle; second grade, Eleanor Straiheska; first grade, Mar- garet Ryan. The medals for religious attainment were awarded as follows: j eighth grade, Nathan Patten; sev-; enth grade, Henry Lavin; sixth' rade, Jean Hooban; fifth grade, Mi- chael Crowe; fourth grade, Hcdwig Korpits; third grade, Catherine Koi- pits; second grade, Arlene Desmond; 'irstj grade, James Keating. The eighth grade medals for excellence and religious attainment : were donated by Rev. Francis X. I Langan. The seventh grade medal I for excellence was donated by Mrs. Mary C. Donohue and the religious medal by Anna I. Langan. Both of the sixth grade medals were gifts of the Holy Name Society. The fifth grade medals were donated by the Rosary Society and the fourth grade medals were the gifts of the senior Sodality of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The St. James' Parent-Teachers Association donated the third grade medals and the second grade medals were the gift of Middlesex Council No. 857, Knight of Columbus, and the first grade awards were given by Court jjercedes No. 769, Catholic Daughters of America. Christian Endeavor Groups Held Strawberry Festival About 5 people enjoyed the strawberry festival given by tho united Chrirstian Endeavor Societies of the First Presbyterian rhurrh last night on the Manse lawn. Strawberries, ice cream and cake wire served by girls from the Intermediate and Junior Societies. Those in charge were the Misses Claire Pf>iffer, Adele Warten and Mary Levi. Frtth Flih From Volga Fish that have been frozen In dry Ice may be shipped over long distance! and then completely and quickly revived upon plunging them Into tva'..-r. Sturgeon from the Volga mnj ba shipped to the United Stat«s and - r.- sumed as fresh neh and the roo i>rapared and made into cavlnr in imj country. Please mention this paper when buying from advert ser». EYE STRAIN?. IS DANGEROUS E YE strain, nervom-^ ne*s, headache*, las-i situde, all detract fromg your efficiency and are all^ results of impaired vision^ or improper glasses. Z COME IN TODAY % FOR EXAMINATION ALBREN, Inc. Pr Jewelert 33 Smith St. Optician! Perth Aniln DR. J. J. BROWN Optometritt jn Chtrgc GLASSES oncredlt e S p Q~«23 told by. HARDIMAN'5 PHARMACY Gr»e St. MONEY to LOAN For Every Family Need $5 to $3, without embarrassing investigation; to husbands and wives keeping house: loan payable in small monthly installments to suit present day income- 2H% monthly rate. C«lt Phono Writ* INDUSTRIAL LOAN SOCIETY, INC. Ovar RoMikfSterling'a 75 Smith St., PERTH AMBOY Tel lie. No. 78 You Are Invited.. To Attend the Opening of Our General Electric Appliance Department SATURDAY, JUNE 7 Electric Cookery and Home Laundry Demonstrations WELL-KNOWN HOME ECONOMISTS from GENERAL ELECTRIC See the Complete All-Electric Kitchen GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR GENERAL ELECTRIC DISHWASHER GENERAL ELECTRIC RANC. General Electric Home Laundry Equipment CONTINUOUS DEMONSTRATIONS TWO TO FIVE O'CLOCK P. M. Refre$hmentt Dorsey Motors, Inc. Canard EUctrlc DWithm FRANK G. DORSEY, MGR. Authoriiad Ganaral BU«trl«D«alar ' 347 Maple Street Perth Amboy, N. J TiP*

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