Personnel for Big Plant In Port Reading Named By President Blahe

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1 Frst Wth The News! Krrp Astrde All The Actvtes Of Th«Town Wth Your Home-ToWn Paper Xeaber For Value-Shop The Ad The Largest And Bet Shops And S«rvce n The Are* Are Our Advertsers. Patronse Them V< H.. XXXX. No. KnllTcl :n Sf-oml U MnllT nl tlm nnt (ffl-p. WoltrllKn, N... WOODBUlKK, N.... TntSDAV. JTNK?A\.!)-7 nlllhrl K.tv Thrluy t» <!r««n Strmt, Wnmlhrldtc N..». Years )l<l,church Mans Fete rlllv lo wlor n Stales- - Preparaton., rsfoh annversary of the,.- KpMopal Chureh are now,,,,, ;nd, arrordlnc to the, ],,.,,. Wllam H. Schmaus,... nverm a perod of mlh.s, are beng planned,, urouram s scheduled n)ef and others wll fol-,p:(zl of.the chureh,-m" ;r. awl t.le communty,?,,r wll be lnvlccl U) parlm the varous cvpnts. ev.,,,. hts nvted nl lvnf nc.s to preach sermons,,, n, church duh: l.hr (,[ the celebraton., ]:,,o. varous repars and,mr-nls arr bejng made n r church and the rectory ;-,. ness. The rectory wll...uned and the fence also.,,,-ve a new coat, of pant,.., mlt s plannng to erect,",..blet bearng He names,; Kclns who have served ;;rh snce 68., \n\m~ peopled group s, ;,, to mbed the old mll- " ;, - crclc and place a mar-.. ;,, Mn Th. mllslonc has,,l,(., a hack door..tcp at,,,!. fn years and was part. ;;,l;a Dunham.s Grst Mlt,d m tlc rectory ste m (.umuee n Msh-r. senor warden,,, ruman of the celobraantee and he s brng : >v the tollowng: Hls-,;HT, Melvm F. Church;,.bnes S. Wght, Dr. C.,;.,S, Allen Bennett and :,,, H. Davs; publcty, Ere. ),., James A Complon;,.ud buldngs, Wllam,,,l Mercer Brunn, Wllam, :r;ury of Trnty Church.,n,tlhan Dunhams home,;r was bult t was cm or fnest home n Wood- ); v,-, H.story of Wood,.(ll nl n B7, comment.^ M.lulnu two years ago, :,,k-d M werd and strange lne vee glad lo see the ; T-nnsructnK t. whle Afe.sad when they saw,.,.fln<rk dsappear. t was :,,! nmructed of bvck,,.vc been brought from,,:: v vessels salng hther,- a,-, a uala.l on the., MH resdence of the great. Woodbrdgc. became the,:,n ST.! at whch lme t :,MH,,dueled and conslder-,!,,r.:ed. But the beautrul,:ub]r black walnut wood : v,,ues the nteror of the lvlward Portlock, who serv- vtor from s.-, uh brm: he frst Eps- lu n Woodbndge. After ftlock departed from the!, nl New Jersey, there s :! nl any. servces at, Wood-.-, jnt He comng of ev. : Keth m 7. t her Sprtual leaders m.-.mmanes and rectors, M dr.e of the churchs, WHdbmhp were: John M A., non-7 (reputed John Sharp. 7; 79-77; Hallday, 77-78;,V;ham Sknner, -7; llrdbdry Chandler, D. P.. obert McKcan, M. A.,.V. John Preston, 767 Am.lam Beach. DD hn Hamlton owlaftt; r.nv. ceorge Harwell Sper- "m-7jo; Henry Vm l V!) l-l 7f>: chard Char- MMUC, 79-8; later be H hop of Vrgna; Uzdal u. ) u., elected Bshop of n,ev. never consecrated, -llhm:jsper Davd Jones. - Mll; James Clupmun, 89- H;!l, John Crocs, D. D., Frst "l> nl New Jersey, 89-8;.;:t; lo^r., 88; John C > ). BU-8, 8-89; lnhbee, 8-8; Lews ;<rd. 8; George Y. More- * las-ab; Samuel C. Strat- [7-88; Francs H. Cumng, VlHl; Clarkson Dunn, 8bm^-89; John M. Wa d, 8U-; obert B. CrotH, John Crocs, Jr., 8, 8- (lmrles Smth, H; Benjft- Holmes, 8-8; Wllam. *>. 8-B8; Frederck 8^8-8-; Humble James»k, 8-8; James ChapH:-7 Henry N. Pelrce, ; Wllam. Earle, 87-86; " AKUbtus Hoffman, O. D., L.D ; Peter L... HS-8B9; obcvt C, Mc- Jl>. 8«9-87; J. A. Pennlnwn, -87. l-t!wls Bannster, 87a-87; Edward ngle, ; Hullttm, ; Howard. unp.son, 88-88; Lews "B- tlp, M. A., ; ftu- Bre.tejl, D. D., 9cott B ; Henry Hale» n., PhD, 9-97;. Harwood Thomas, &B; jtr Herbert Slowe, B. D. 9- lwan Harld Vogt, 9-. J Benjamn Myers, B. A., tml; Kdward andolph Wel- P l B., M. A.. -9; " «owurd Klen, B. B., otkpag$) Effcent Guardans at School Crossngxstffew Fun Our lnlrnl am j ulnr ynkftlrrv all \ members of the.lun- lor nllr Patrnl. repxwntlb all puhlr cntmmnr.dmk n the Townshp ;ntl St. James School, atlemlrrt tle annual prnlr ;t lal<tarr<> Hk arrangrl lv C ; t. n Benjamn arsonn,., Tr»n< nrtrd by bus, the chldren enjoyed ;ll tlr rrfrs. and <tr la\ nrhnns On tle way home they wrrr MM vnl rr rrnm nl s(»rt;t al «w nf (he r<mn\<lr sluds. M the loft of Ur pctnrr s Utarlrs Mc- (rtllc.u jantor of Port tradne School, anl <a lnln urxns. Al (he -llt s Marln raun. nrlpal of Port Hctdnu School, anl James Catano. j.n (r of Srwurrn School. AA Beacon ofhope for Addcts Truck Splls Tarj September, f 8 Forecast as Date Of Lquor-Plans for Unt Here Traffc s Stalled For Completon of P. S. Staton Whch MevlS Each a cood man and has a nce famly.-. Hs people and frends just cant " understand hm. Durnu Durng hs 9; L o c a Help days at the workhouse where he ; s fed prson fare he has a chance j nesauy n Am buy Provde WOODBDGE Would you lltreat a sck man? Would you throw hm nto Jal? Would you feed hm ndfferently Hardly! You would call a doctor, who would prescrbe medcne, nourshng food and rest. Lets take, the case of John Doe, however. He docs not receve treatment we would accord what we call an ll man. For n the opnon of most of us John Doe s what s to work up resentment ananst those "who put hm n jal." esult, he takes a few on hs release. John ddnt mean to (jet drunk acan but he ddnt realzed that the frst drnk awakened the old cravns for alcohol. Frst thne (Contnued on Page 6) commonly called a "drunk" and June* DaVK May br Fne he usually wnds up n the county.. workhouse. Hut Accdrnl Toll Alcoholcs Anonymous, a nonproft organatlon made up of men Nol So rclty and women who were once "hopeless alcoholcs" and have recovered from ther malady, contend that an alcoholc s a "sck man" and should be treated as such. A Perth Amboy group has been formed whch meets each Tuesday nght at 8: oclock, at St, Peters Parsh House and t s nterested n formng a Woodbrdge croup. Alcoholcs Anonymous or "AA" as t s pppularly called, has but. one purpose: "To help the sck alcoholc recover f he wshes. Al cohofcs Anonymous has no opnon on any controversal subject, nor does t oppose anyone." Gets 9 Days But lets Bet back to the case of John Doe, who mght appear before our own ecorder Arthur Brown. Joe s charged wth beng drunk and dsorderly. Because he has appeared n court so many tmes on the same complant he s sentenced to the County Workhouse for clays. John, n, most cases, used to be What s So are-? What s so rare as a day n June-when at least 9 Amercan;; a-c klled., njured, n hghway accdents? June s the frst month, of crowded holday traffc long bunper-lo-bumper lnes of cars on the move lr the mountans, the beaches, the lakes. t s a month when daytme smashups ncrease sharply. Natonal Conservaton Bureau safety specalsts say one out of every fve happens when a drver pets tred of looknc at the same old jalopy ll front of hm and pulls out of lne to make a dash for the frst free space he can fnd up ahead. Too often le slams head-on nto another oul-ot-tuer; or n try- l to squeeze by, he sdeswpes the car ahead. The center lne, of a hghway s a safety lne; crossng or straddlng t, except when the road s clear am straght, muy be coulnu dsaster. CALENDA OF COMNG EVENTS ( 7!) NOTK: Contrbutons to ths column must he n ths oflce H>- lakw U*au CTKSDAOQ ^ t p here are broadcast daly from 7;f> to 7:<l ṛ > A. M. 9 the Mddle- srx Bulletn" program over New jbru:,wrk radqj staton WCTC, m your dal. JUNE -MratnK ol Uoantof Fn: Comnu.ssonM:;. C.ulom, ll::(), M., at Coloa Fr chouse. nstallaton of oflccrs of otary Club at Colona Counlr. Club.,, Mystery rde sponsored by Nuncy Lncoln Councl. Bus leaves School Street Audtorum at 7: P. M. -"CreuT-ankn" Day Sponsored by "Sewaren epublcan Club. ClfT oad, Scwaren. Bullet su> Vr nl l P. M, JULY j -nstallaton of offlctrs of Avcncl ljlcmortf Post, VFW. a. post headquartcr Mcetln«of Bulders Crcle ofmethodst Chtlrch, W^odbrd(!, Pcnc sponsored by Grl Scout Treop. No., Cplonla, at. ahway Park. -..-,,. Meetng of Sewarenl Mens Club at St. Johns Parsh House. -Square dance sponsored by Scwaren Grls Club a(, Sewaren epublcan Club clubhouse, Clff oad, Sewaren. --nstallaton dnner sponsored by Woodbrdgc Local No. 8, Patrolmens Benevolent Assocaton, tt Franks Tavern, Bus de to Seasde Heghts, sponsored by Lades Ad Socety of Frst Church of seln. Ms. GeoBe Bennett, -Beach party sponsored by Junor Womans Club,of Avenol. Fords Lons Club, Commttees organzaton dnner meetng, 6 P. M\, Scandnavan Grll, Fords. Varety Show at seln Theatre, sponsored by seln Free Publc Lbrary, Bpard of Trustees, for the beneft of the Lbrary Buldng Fund. -Meetng of Lades! Auxlary of Colonu Fre Company at Sutler Home, Atnherst Avenue. pcnc sponsored by Alumn Chrstan Endeavor of Frst Congregatonal Church. -pcnc sponsored by Ladles Auxlary. Colona Fre Company at Vesperlnos Grove, nman Avenue, Colona. -Meetlntf of Colona Cvc mprovement Club at Vespernos Hull, nman Avenue, Colona, 9 P. M. AUGUST Pcnc sponsored by Colona Cvc mprovement Club. SEPTEMBE -Ouen meetng or the Evenng epublcan Club of seln, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph apacou. Tank Traler OverturH On oute ; Drver Suffers Mnor Hurts WOODBDGE obert Burrows, 7, Frances Avenue, wa:; njured Tuesday, when the car n whch he was rdng, drven by Howard W. Pcndcr, 7, 6 WoodbrldKC Avenue, Sewaren, fgured n a collson. Patrolmen Joseph Dalton and Charles Wacnhoffe reported the accdent occurred near the ntersecton of Amboy Avenue and Convery Boulevard and that the other car nvolved was operated by John Yencllck, 6, 7 E. Lnden Avenue, Lnden. Burrows ws taken to the offlce of Dr. C.. Hutncr and treated fo double laceraton of the scalp requrn eght sutures and shock. Both cars were badly damaged. A.s the result of another accdent Sunday, the State Hghway Department workers were kopt busy clearng, gallons of tar fltrx off oute whch was dumped off a tank traler owned by the Tar and Asphalt Co., Jersey Cty. The drver of the truck. Lesle Demclt,, 6 Montgomery Street, Jersey Cty, told Patrolman Henry Dunham that he was travelng south on oute and was attemptng to make a rght turn off tle road on the west ramp of the Clover Leaf Brdge when he was cut off by a car. Demck sad he swerved to the rght and when he tred tc straghten out flc tank traler overturned. Demck was njured and was treated by Dr. Meyer, Avenol for spraned shoulder. n another report on the polce blotter Sunday, Wllam Heselbere, Market Street, Perth Amboy, nformed Desk Sergeant Car! Sunclqusl that whle hs car was parked on Mddlesex Avenue, Coona. someone stole tools valued at $ out of the trunk and broke the lock ou the glove,compartment. ed dross Asks for Ad WOODBDGE; Have you any extra lme you would care tp sve to worthy cause ths summer? Due to summer vacatons, WoodbrlclKC Chapter, Amercan od Cross s short of volunteer, oflce help and drvers for the staton, wagon; f you arc wllng to- volunteer some of your tme, please call.mrs, Mayfred Loveland, executve secretary, at Woodbrdge ^ Church Pluns Funnly Pcnc WOODBDGt! A famly church pcnc wll be held Sunday by the Frst Congregatonal Church mmedately after the oclock servce. Cars wll leave from n front of the church to go to oosevelt Park and tables have been reserved n ow, Secton D. Pamjles are asked to brns box lunches and the speclaj guests wll be the new members accepted snce December. The commttee n charge s Mss Anna Johnson, Lloyd Smth, Mrs. Wllam Laurtsen, W. H. Voorheeg, Jr, QUZ SHOW WNNE WOODBDOE Mrs. Madelne Toth, of 88 Smth Street, was the wnner of an electrc ron on a rado quz show. Tle sponsors presented Mrs. Toth wth the ron through the Woodbrldue Hardware Company. WNS DVOClf WO.ODB.DGE Mrs. Grace Holland, New Brunswck Avenue, Perth Aroboy, wts granted a dvorce from Wlfred Holland, Man Strut, Frday n KUubtt. Personnel for Bg Plant n Port eadng Named By Presdent Blahe POT EADNG Announcement of the personnel who wll have charge of the new $8,, generatng staton now beng bult lere, effectve July. was made today by George H. Blake, presdent of he Publc Servce Electrc nd Gas Company. The new plant s expected lo be placed n operaton late n 98 and John A, nwrght who was uperntendenl of the Burlngton generaton staton wll be superntendent of the Sewaren plant. Others to be transferred to the TAvnshp plant are Earl C. Mc- Mahon. chef engneer, from Perth Amboy plant: odney P. Gbson, from boler room engneer, Essex,eneratnp staton to master mechanc here; Harry E. Carpenter, test engneer, transferred from the Keafny plant. Mr. nwrght, after beng eradated from New York Unversty n 96 wth a B. S, degree n mechancal ensneerng. started vth Publc Servce as a cadet engneer n June of that year. He ;aw servce n tle Army n World War from February 98 to Aprl, 99. When he returned lo the ;mploy of Publc Servce on May Jl, 9, he was assgned to Essex veneratng staton as frst assstant engneer, und on June 7, 9, to Maron generatng staton, a.s test ngneer. He became chef engneer at Kearny generatng staton January, 9 and was promoted,o superntendent, Burlngton gen< eratng staton, June, 9. Mr tnwrlght lves at Chester J^e :ue, Mooreslown. Graduate of M., T. Mr. McMahon, Faucsco Avenue, West Caldwell, was graduated from Massachusetts nsttute of Technology wth a B. S. degree ; n electrcal engneerng n 9 nd started wth Publc Servce a; nc. The followng year, he started penter was made a cadet engneer and two years later, was promoted to assstant test engneer at Burlngton generatng staton.n 9, he was made lest engneer Kearny Beneratng.stlton. Canada Press Tour Dccrbcd to Club! at Jons Hear eport From Publsher Member of U. S. Newspaper Parly WOODBDOE "Ten Thousand Mles Across Canada" was he subject of a talk gven by Charles E. Gregory, edtor and publsher of The NDEPENDBNT-.EADE, before members of the Woodbrdgc Lons Club at a dnner meetng Tuesday n the Mddlesex Hotel. Mr. Gregory was one of newspapermen from eght states wljo toured Canada early ths month at the nvtaton of the Canadan Government. Mnes, vacaton lands, shrnes and other prncpal. spots of nterest were vsted, and all manner of conveyances wax used, ncludng horse and carrage, bus, tran, automoble, boat and Freworks Stll Banned, urn$ Merchants WOODBnQOE answer lo a number of nqures al polce hrtdquavtc. Townshp shop keepers. Polce Chef Oenrce E. Keatme warned that the wle of freworks s prohbted under State law Merchants found.dlng fre wnks of afv dccrptn! wll K arrested and fned, he pol< head declared. / Ultmatum Goes ToCabnOwners Town s Determned lo Prosecute All f ho Permt mmoralty WoOnHKlDOK nvf f» pt-r Tlll nf the rabm owner-, n he Tmv..hn> have coopaled n adhenn: to Tr.vn.shp and Hlatr laws, Polce Chef len -,( K Kent n., told ;l)n owcs ll fmt held Tu-.slny at polce headqalers. At.sa t-ndnu the sesson wen; Ftahce Commssoner Herbert B. auk. Townshp Al- torney Leon E MrElroy, ecorder Arthur Brown mul Jame.s S. Wht. attorney for he <:ljh owners. The polce head sad he would nsst on propev regstraton of!.u\sl,s and that each uuesl. remster hs true name. t wll be the responsblty of the cabn owners to secure proper dentfcaton. All the owners present promsed whole-hearted cooperaton. ads conducted. clfe. mostly undr the leadershp of Detectve Sergeant Fred Lnn, have been held. Chef Keatng sad, "by my orders." "These orders reman.standng," the Chef declared. Meanwhle persons wore arrested over the week-end n rads on the Green Shutters Cabns. Garden State Cabns and a prvate home n the Unman Avenue secton of COOH. Arrested wth Mlmr. As the result of the Garden Slatr rad. Joseph Cblrell,. ( Amty Street, Elzabeth, was held for the grand jury after beng arrested by But. Lnn and Patrolman Mchael fjasso when he wa.s found wth a mnor grl. The latter was held for.the juvenle M.hn-l?--. Fne;! $Qr.Ch a;: dls orderly persons were Wllam C. Duma to,, G Frost Street, Brooklyn and Elzabeth euy/, 78 -Junper Valley oad, Mddle Vllage.,- Mrs. JenneTdarno. operator of the Garden.State Cabns, oute, Avenel, was booked fur falure to keep a proper regster. Two rads were made on the Green Shutters, by Sgl. Lnn, one on Frday and the other the followng nght. n the frst rad the attendant. Herbert Paley,,f, 77 Walton Avenue, Bronx, was fned $. Fne;, of $ each was mposed upon Ethel Sherman,. Hll Street, Newark, and Walter Pasko, 8, Murray Street, as dsorderly persons, The owner of the cabns, Sol Smla., Conunpaw Avenue. Jersey Cty, wll plead before ecorder Arthur (Contnued on Page ( arplanes. Durng ther tour the!/...,... newspapermen started out daly <<«nll?w lt l.onlwle.) at 7 A.*M., wndng up at mdnght. The speaker slated that one of the outsttmdl! features of the average Canadan s hs loyalty to hs government, of whch the kng s the syftbol, At.present, he sad, the Canadans are greatly concerned wth two major problems ; the feedng of Europe and the ngh aganst Communsm. cadet engneer n July of la A neckte, desgned wth the.j year. Upon completon of tha map of GGjmany,.whlcj was ulj-.. pttcct to members of the oyal Mal on was apponted asssuu est engneer at Kearny general Canadan Ar force durlf? the lt! staton. On January. 9J war, was dsplayed by Mr. Gregory. f mostened, the neckte de- >e was. transferred to the general ffce, Newark, as engneer-loads sgn reveals the headquarters of n 9, he was assgned to Kcarnj the varous underground groups tnd Maron generatng statons as whch operated to ad alled flyers. assstant engneer. On July. thr followng year, he was made engneer at Pcrtj Amboy great generatng staton, and chef engneer at that slatpn n 9. After beng graduated from utgers Unversty wlh a B. S. degree n mechancal engneerng n 98. Mr. Gbson started wth Publc Servce as a cadet engneer n July! rf that year. n 9, he was mude assstant test engneer at Essex generatng staton, and, n 9, was promoted to assstant boler room engneer, the followng year becomng boler room engneer. He lves at Ellery Avenue, rvngton. Mr. Carpenter who lves at Hghland Avenue, Montdar, was graduated from Stevens nsttute of Technology n 9 wth a B. S. degree n mechancal cnhlneer- Legon Meetng Tonght Urgent for All Members WOODBDGE Anton Larson, commander of Woorbrldgc Post No.- 87, The Amercan Legon urges all members of the post tc attend tonghts meetng at 8: oclock n the Muncpal Buldng, Two mportant matters of busness wll be dscussed. Tomorrow evenng, the Lades Auxlary of the post wll, sppnsor a publc card party n the Legon rooms, (or the beneft of the posts buldng fnd, Tckets jnay be obtaned at the door. Playng wll twn at B oclock. Dr. C,. Hutner, charman of Je Boys and Grls Week, anwunced that a tentatve date has >een set for the week of October and that a meetng of the comttec would be called soon to set p prelmnary plans. The follow- WOODBDGK- The annual carnval of Woodbrdge Vuv Company No., whch got olf to s^ow start due lo the weather, wll br contnued tonght, tomorrow and Saturday. Specal matnees for the chldren wll br held ths afternoon begnnng at oclock and agan tomorrow and Saturday. All the amusement rdes wll be open an- well -jw--tte stands. Fre Chef John Prekp agan asks resdents nf Woodbrdge to support tlc sarnval ths year because the company plans to celebrate ts th annversary n September and funds arc.sorely needed to llnancc the bs parade. HVOKC: (KANTKU SELN Chules G. Leary, f? Green Street, has been granted a dvorce from Mrs. uth M. Leary, 79 Edson Avenue. Nutley, on the mounds of nfdelty. The decree ng members were apponted to WH. S (, mnfa,, v AdvsoryMaster (Contnued on Page ) \Grossman n Newark Our P&pers Enlst n Natonal Campagn to Cut Auto Accdents WOODBDGE Startng loday : problem. Knunrers, for example. and wndng up n the mddle of; showed how safer hghways could September, the Woodbdge Pub- be bult. Lawyers stressed the mlshng Company, whch publshes! portanc. of unform traffc regultthe NDEPENDENT LEADE, tons. Judges and polce offcals CATEET PESS and A- TAN TOWNSHP-FODS BEA- CON wll, partcpate n the Natonal Hgljway Safety Program of the State Press and Publsher Assocatons. The campagn s a result of the Presdents Hghway Safety Conference held n Washngton -early n May. Alarmed by the senseless drew up a lst of the best tecln-" ques for trafl: law enforcement, Educators drafted a program for teachng safety n the schools;. The, delegates to the Conference took-theacton Program to ther hoe Stales and as a result the press campagn was born. lo ((-oprmte wth Polce The Woodbrdge Publshng wll and nexcusable slaughter, Presdent co-operate wth Polce Chef Truman called together the Governors of the State* mayors oj tre larger, ctes, legslators, engneers, Ge.ortse E. Keatlnc of Woodbrdge Polce. Department; Chef George Sherdan, of the Carteret Polce judges, educators and other Department and Chef Charles outstandng? ctzens to see f some means could not be devsed to put an end to t, An Acton Program was adopted Grandjean, of the Earltan Townshp Polce Department, n brngng before the publc all cases n whch neglgence or v^lful ds- whlcl contaned reqom,raend»tlons ot expert* on vulomptuuu of Uu obedence of Uflmc rules and r»gu- (Cwtmtd on Paqr ) PCE FVE CENTS N.JLXopntv Sewer Use Bll Argued TraHT KlTorlnj^o Get. *K.7OO Hllml; Say/ Tlr-lu Unauthorzed WOODHHXW - Tax Collfftt>>r M-hm-l J. Talner l.s rtftoruned l> rolrrl. B.7O $,6 frum the Cuny and a lke amount rom tn S:tt.p--whch hr clams due Townshp for naulor- zel fumk-ps lo the lsdn trunk sewer Tn-.-.rln sewer wa.s bult hack n l!;(),ul t was assessed a^aln.l the.sdtut.s of the dlslel wlb boneflled hv t,s conntruchon. Meanwhle the County connected nto the newer for oosevelt Hos- pltal and Kddle Keep Well Camp and the Sute for the Veterans Home at Menlo Pm-k, Thf use of he sewer bv these nsttutons lmts n- -allonage rosdents of the Tuwslp can use n the al- WHV Valley.Jont Sewer On June, Mr. Traner.sent the follwt;: letter to the Board of Freeholders: "There appears on he book,, of ths Department a chan.e of $, aganst the Coun- y of Mddlesex eoncernnc connecton of oosevelt Hospal and the Kdde Keep Well C.mp wth the selm Trunk Sewer. "nu.snufh as there s but a small lmlancf oustaklns aganst ths account, and due to He fact that the above named nsttutons are enjoyng the benefts of the sewer, t would be apprecated f you would make whatever anannem*t s neee.s.sary for the payment of le Countys share." Wrnrd to lavrs The letter, Mr. Traner wa.s nformed, was referred to Edmund A. Hayes, County Counsel. A smlar letter was sent to Eugene T. Urbanak, Deputy Attorney General, Department of nsttuton and Agences. n reply Mr. Urbanak wrote: "We have had consderable correspondence on ths nt.se and regret to advse you thll, we are unable to pay the amount demanded for several reasons. n he frst place, no speflc appropraton has ever beep, mac!! by the Lcs::,lr,turc lo cover ths tem, and secondly, t would appear to be-an assessment by A muncpalty aganst the State (Contnued on Pane-6) Graduate Courses Attract Teachers Knv Educators (otlnc Stnlrs, Whle Other T<a<ln> Fnd Jobs WOODBDGE - Wth, the trend decdedly toward addtonal educaton for teachers, t was learned ths week that a number of Townshp teachers are takng summer courses at the. varous colleges n Urn vcnty, The majorty are workng toward masters decrees. Although most of the teachers who are laku courses are motvated by a desre "to keep up wth the lmes" the addtonal study and expense "pays oft" under the now system nsttuted by the Board of Educaton, A musters degree means an addtonal $ n the yearly salary, Whle many are plannng further study, a lal-gev number <>! ffcchers has already segued.summer employment to augment ther ncome. Somejuc workng local TactoresTormTn "SOTcsTsohe" lt olfces and a few are employed n supervsory capactes n summer camps. A stll smaller number ms alreudy left on trps that wll take them through the western part of the Unted States and Mexco. Offces n the Hgh School, ncludng the prncpals oflce, dstrct, clerks and supervsng prncpals ollces wll reman open durum the slmmer months. Mrs. (flsen s Nomnated As. L. ll nl Presdent WOODBDOE - Mrs. Carolyn osen was nomnated presdent of the Lades Auxlary Unt No. 87. Amercan Legon, to succeed Mrs. Wllam. Ptapatrck, Other offcers nomnated were Mrs. Mary Brown, frst vce presdent; Mrs. John Elnhorn, second vce presdent; Mrs. Betty Derck, treasurer; Mrs. Francs Concan non, chaplan; Mrs. Ccla Hunt: secretary; Mrs, Dawnc Gardnef, hstoran,.and Mrs. Frcda Baldwn, sergeaut-at-arms. Electon of offcers wll lake place July. Fords Navy Man s Hojne After Voyajjf to Brazl FODS George KQzel, freman, second class, USN,. son of Mrs. Mchuul Kozel, of Beech Street, has returned to tle Unted States aboard b d the d a ecqrt OSS Spargenberg, g g, attr carryng carryng a group of scentsts tt to Brazlan t t b th to, observe the recent Solar eclpse. Whle on the cruse, the SWfenberg vuhhto fe<l MMlJUcth.BmlL

2 !.\,K TWO l l l. l t;7 Woodbrldge Notes t: n-; A Wnnll Glrnfotl. N v.., :.f - fk-en. v; o M:.. : ", Eleen* M-MmHb.. A, emt- V: H,] Mb h WlHlttlll D, >.:..,!. (ut SneeJ. (,:lte.... : \! V:-m Mclltyrf! :,! - V.-Hml«,. N. Y OV.- "! f. -Md. V.: K.r Wales!! flu! k "n.m ;:.n.! M\ HcSer. Sllll : Y. N Y, w lf week cue. > / M;.Hd Mv- T w rv- ;:!!. A, nne!),-\anny Jr. rulmv A r. <,t - end the «llllnu. M.!, ; f,ake Fores; (*!;r.(; " e<: M.. TXlev Alden stff.,, ;.,. - n a! her horrl" ;l;e: u. <r! performed. n!:!. A r-( H.f-pnu. New Yc:k C,": fc -prlm"!.p- werlc n s.t *" :.t- ; c.;., where hev..; m!;:,!!<,,: l:l rrtona..". t!... :.t:- w \\n r., :""... :......: v C!;b,v..,). -.! : f.um. tl! :l :< u l (.. r.;: \ : ll : rl p.: - ;,? : :."!:» ^ ;, j.] j ;. r. v >>. Ft.nl v Epl-vopu.".,;,.<,..!!..n:. jv S; Am- - n,,: \u- W.n. AuxHv ; nbult MuHlr. at tle lultlt of M- K(!v..! M Sa:t;<-;. AllllKv Health THE MPOKTANCK Ol PST Allt rr men n.n-, fn:r>np n- wm Wfe...vt-n trmnr.j ll (lt ad, Tley marf n understand Hnt Beaujy ; ]! s - ; h \ C C ]. \!, j ft...! ln;:.^ ; p ll ; the.llul.l. t. :..., \ ["> S "Hd v>u»t! - l vm have no blhke,.-. r.c;.ml under hm :u keep lrn v.! n anrl n M: n The New Books.-.!!.! :,;v.; "r,[!f(! : nd haj \" ml M: *. Fred C:m t ;.].>(:!, T;. lfletvc-; hat! tolmb, nsect a stck and ws the M L :; M lre. sft ther r:!,".";;( U t "; lvflh.pl" rll lrnpnvsecl tornqupt tlult eny^h Llnt he voj fare b.ttpr f le!::- :..,.ul-ffcuyhtp, v.:n n mop the foltdnu. You nus vafd for h, ambnhtnre whrl >.;... <> - -. Olov Avr- : S( t.amhl ). STK V. ltkc rare tn lwst t now nl arrn-tl after a.hurt wat.hs compound t:nu;.e of the pjt wns at-project were generally known as The scentsts on tle Manhattan M: \ }{ Bn\u s. HKH\.f)Nl) V. \V!:!r rjcv then to prevent repk»blp n.huy to tle nerves and tssue.--.!"nlet; o by :.skllful suum and the longhars, says Mr. Hecht. One A -. a UPS of her.-.on-n-, : : " J l l. l l, l.!. l l e:..!, t h e f t. tlc b<y e;(vced. consultant for the atomc bomb :,.\,;...; n{!.h;,). Mr. am MK. h, -.tjn l;;",( M) ln/rh runs ;U The men n the r.r forces pmctklly ppcformett mracles n lfr Bny.-.. vou hrl better jon n tomake rern^ar vsts to the H..-,,,: MrF.vny Bnvsde. N Y. lv nlflfe. The -r.nt was ) V/,l.m 7. Bavclt ant! MeAvhat srraml)lcd for a whle savlnu through ther Knowledne ot Houts. A world of tun awats you Mr,,:;( M - Wllam Boftc. fr. Mn;, nave rtmnfcl lunc NOTCE! MAM W<( luhuxlh - A (u,- b... Md.J \< M:..ld M > lu K.. n : 7 ("n.y SrtM al V: \\: An!)>v rr-c.r!!<-]>:! KMW \<> KUOKTS Sf.An.F W.! AVul DCP rr-,ve v!: - :: t t. tc nn:r>;-.:: : - v : -n):" v ->;(( ;s. lcy "! p.,; :..": hrl: a llllnr out - Our pstablahmot wll UP clowd l?rnenl)n tlul Ctud- «nr;l :.- u - lh.t "!!lf hlnd s the,r " Une des n ; \<\\ «hor tme -,f. hn ; H who :>.VK tn pmu awfly frort, th V. m st: m lurdpn; v.-:m ^ blrrdnk. apply, prt-ssurc ll t )f s )(>t <> to the urtery. from whch the )o<tl ^ romnn n sonc Csn.s. t :> m am m let and vou {.)nt upply prossm e. then te H banrkertlff Hound the bn he flee rnjjj; v.<n hs mnn, frst ad nd ther courake and nhn no hm month;, n l. skll n Hpply t from Monday, July 7, 97, through Saturday, July,97, Telephone 8-7 K MAN STF.F.T K, N..!..m,, nee -sny ;o -.ft an m-, ed.c:.,(n DD of H burnnk car. )! us fte ;v ]nsblp. O(*t hplp ; uny H M be hud nl;;h handlllj m.v >"a; ln< dnm. Buv Sro Mtue been knowrf^.n stand nt! the cr<;\vd wo v.erc exrued Much of the book s the dramatc ttnu dlcmned to mab thpnar "#tve of each stow dscovery. nvuel and :;f ntf wth hem Together they make recent experments n tlc nrav-l lt spta One Mls«-.s.ppl Boy Smut, when only half wth the atom a logcal step n human progress, to be faced, accmrdn! to Mr. Hccht. wth respect ("nsnos, relnsed n nllflw a mar t>) d th-- to hm because he knew but not wth panc. m tn- camp.", n the forests, the akc.v the s-pans, The -scouts Your furnace, lke your car or your house, needs regular attenton to be at ts best, And after a hard heatng season s the best tme to put thngs n shape for another. Why hot let us check your heater for effcency? Well clean t, examne grates and damp, trs, make necessary repars. ts a good tme, too, to fll your bn wth Old Companys Lehgh premum anthracte. Get these thngs done now and youll save heat next Wnter. EAST JESEY LUMBE CO. OTCK, SAWMLL AND VAtl) METUCHEN, N. J. Phone: G-76 Month Club has selected a specal Mr. Hccht shows that the ds-boocovery of the.prncple of atomc for vacaton readng. t s "The as» "md-summer" choce enersy and fnally of the bomb Moneyman," a hstorcal novel by have, arsen frorf the combned Tftbmas B. Cosjan. and t be operaton of scentfc mnds n mnny natons, sthrthk, actually, wth thp Oeek theores of matter. make the fnest knd of men. They begn ther tranng early. They learn early to become gentlemen. Be penle wth accdent vctms so as to spare them all the pan possble. Pan wy cause shock, sc wll bleedng. No se to KO rushng at breakneck speed down the hghway wth your horn screechng You are apt to cause another accdent and wll probably njure the patent anyway. - Carry a flashlght and a blanket m your c%r. A lttle nstructon n frst ad and a small kt ftted wth a few artcles for use n case of an accdent, may save lves. Never forset STOP BLEEDNG AND DONT MOVE THE VCTM FEE DELVEY NO MATTE WHAT THE WEATHEH MAYBE Jut call. FODS LQUO STOE For Tour Favorlt* Wlna» Llquo ft Beet P. A. -6 Hplus short treatse. "Ex- barber apd to tke them very lnn: ;he Mom," s a leal tnas serously. He explaned that as a pece of pxpofrttnn. t unfolds profp.ssor hs har made lttle df- he."(pts of atomc energy wth: ference to hmself oc hs colleagues, ll the suspense of mystery story. but when he had to deal wth Army And t s so clfnly wrtten that : men, he nssted that at least the my wth.smatterng of hgh ply.slc.al excuse for belns called s t-hool physcs nnd chemstry wll longhar should be absent. leave t wjth a defnte knowledge of what atomc enry s and how l Wth dstoverftll. Ths year Ue Boek-of-thp- dstrbuted -mdway between the July and Amust books-of-themonth. Calumet. owa, says Homer Croy n "Corn Country," has a unque holday, Pancake Day. t s held n September and t s sponsored by companes who manufacture pancake flour. They send cooks *vho Mve ther art everythng they have There are great golden mounds of cakes and besde them, ptchers of thck syrup, all served free of charge. Once a man ute Lwenty-ono plates of cak«. He s stll lvng. New Great Books Foundaton eeks to reach., adults. DAY CALL AND DELVEY SEVCE FO YOU SECTON CONSULT US - y r, TNlN<; KLLS WOMAN nnd klllrrl by n holt,,f BEBNO. Fn, -Whle taklm: Hnr body was,f U, M her wnshns (ft the lno. Mr.;, t.ho tnlt. stnck n-, ( Onrvy,..nml). f. vvns struck Mrs Tom Slvn-s SUPEB JEWELY l CEATONS Weddng HlfM; eknl, ntonlks n COSTUME AND EJfHWS JEWE.KV Mrt \V:lch, Clock, and Jewelry Ucpa SHA Jewelers VrSO S. SA.LS, POP. 7 Fulton Street WoodbrW WOODBKDOE 8- Authorsed ulnva Dealer Dol delay! Have your «, Mtn. HT wanrol»* cleaned.m,!... reudy>for len,;,, r vaeulo. On* scentfc el ols ;d expert >re«hn»: keeps clotcs lookng lke nrw. \ work hnc on (le prtns v, Phone P. A. -66 We urgently request, to nsure prompt servce, to phone us the day Lr. fore. We Pck Up am Delver Tuesdays and Frdays MLTONS Qualty Dry Cleaners 7 MAKET ST. PETH AMBOY, N. ll l{u. h, " To the church J well twfty sfeal Then our weddng bells wll peal... EXCELLENCE ecause Cadllacs objectve s qualty-frst and always t s not necessary to compromse wth any element of Cdllac goodness. "There a t notestnctons xtn thouc who desgn arfd byld Cadllacssave to provde the fnest personal j transportaton t s. practcal to produce. Consequently, Cadllac excels n all the thngs whch make a motor car a joy to possess and a pleasure to drve, Heres a tune thats perfret fur June... am las a»[f<al NlPfln fur the hnneymnnnn^ cmjlc. S art n jr nut lfe n a Merry Oldmnnllr, llall fnd snootl jnyj: aleml. No»ear hlftnf; tn worry about. Tlut all <lone alnnnlhlly w\\\ <JM llylra-matc Drve*. No ehtrl to \m» ctlwr not even a elntel pedal n (be rar. And talk about style! - Oldeumhles smootlly tulorel lw^n fomplfnfllthe >m«rlrst trousseau, Ths s lle ear that started jeoplc saynjr,... "ts SMAT \<) O»n an, OB! One l<mk means love ;t lrst dgbt, anrl our* you slp LK-M, the vbfcl uf \tr MU new Olllmuble, yull drve happly *v«. aflw! "You can goas far as you lke wth me / tf \ff.. * s!*pt * l)tklffpntt fght uwtn. bf pmrmnm ot *UH M. Yt,!»>». k uw ->" // you are watng fur a new Cat!llm flease be astunj that every effort s beng made u> fulltr prnunlun. Denuntl «.v «great, towevttt, tha vomt delay n delvery- s stlt nevtable. Hut luld tu yom ptpvse! Then n /v jtt(./u/«fur a Cadllac. BOLAND. BOTHES," NC. ST. GEOGE & WEST MLTON AVENUES AHWAY, N..J, WTH YOU NEAEST OlDSMOBLE DEALE WOODBKD(;E AUTO SALES 78»hw*y Av»., Ph un. V/o. uooo.w* "Opton" ul **"

3 NDEPENDENT LEAUft THUSDAY, JUNE 6, 7 PAGE THfB,-CHC Leonard Church Brde A vend GOP Holds Successful Party,>!, Mrs, Flnrenoo Vlr- AVENK;- Tho Avene epublcan ^UH. damle of Mrs..,,]!T nnl tle lute Mr. Mrnw Sted, became.,nf Wllam C. Snjfdef,,, Mr. and Mrs. Wllam rurul Avenue, Car- Cljb. nc.. lem -H-l party Tuesday n the homo of Mr. and Mrs..lumps OBren. hwy Avrnup, wth Mrs, Freda Orole us charman. Specal award was Elven to Mrs. ev. C. A. Gal,l,)]nr(l Ut double-rnp HC who was ven n Koch, Mrs. Charles Slessol. The her brother, Burnett! non-phym were Mrs. Sart Ol- Avenel, wore a whltlf brcht, Mrs. John Anacker, Ms.,,,. leneth vel Herbert ankn, Mrs. Lllan Elster,,, fon pearlzed coronet.,, nrt : bouquet of whte Mrs. Mary Bell, Mrs. Craw- ford, Mrs. James OBren. Mrs. Edward, ll( babys breath. nro of honor, Mrs. EaT..j.trr nf the brde, wore a,, own anrl carred p tt,,., Grodc Jr., Mrs. Joseph U, :;Kl(us(\s. The brdes- M,S. Wllam L. Harned,,n jcl:f. wore pnk net and nl-,.((a bouquet of pnk roses. ;,lnlses. Barry Lee Smth,n; bearer and Gal Jean :,, ( down Krl., no Andres, Carter^., served.,,, anl tht: ushers were, Snll, Avenel and obert,., Hnnd Brook.,,; T )t urn [or Kuestawas \; he German Hall, Carteret.,,u her return from a wed- Mr.,.]r Cur D tle New Em-land l Mrs. Snyder wll home on 6 Hcald et. Volk, DHKJGE - Wllam Volk:, led presdent of the YouK, Kcllnvslup of the Trnty,,,.l church at ts meetn;. hers named were James.,,l, vce presdent; Lor- M,H,.secretary and Mul- >.,,:r. rensurer...., Mvae- Baley, formerly :.;l!.-. now of Perth Am-.-, members of the FelJow- ;,.,th,v.lellrevs, Carol Jones,,n Ualn, art; attendng,, Peoples Conference, ths.:. Hurlmnlon. ;,!::. tme lost because pf :,;!:ement dsputes n lmply n Aprl to 7.6,-.-dys. ftceordnk to he n Labor Statstcs. Ths nmtcs monthly loss from.nd lockouts snce May, ;:r Aprl loss, however, was,.,e than half He total for were Mrs. Heln M/.erak, Mrs Spencer Green, Mss Mary Hley. Mrs, Jack Glestcr. Mrs, Oustnvc Chpponer, Mrs. Betty Lower. Door prj/es were presented to Mrs. Edna Hansen. James OBren. Mrs, Hull, Mrs. J. Herman, Mrs Ernest WlUpbcrt, Mrs. Oanschow, Mrs. John Mklus, Mrs. Wlson, Mrs. Joseph Boka. Olhpn present were Mrs. Jula jclner, Mrs, Edward Brady. Mrs. Fred Kdla, Mrs, Edward Tros,. Mrs. Ots Sears, Mrs, Ella Lartte.! Spencer Green. Mvs..lames j OBren, Mn. -Wllam Gery, Mrs. ) Edward Parker, Mrs. Jack Gard ner, Mrs. Wayne Hller, Herbert B. ankn. Francs ONell, Davd Duvald, Frank cpnsburc, Mrs. Emauel Novak, Mrs. Helen Hannock, Mrs. Mary KoW), Mrs.. Shabhsk, Mrs. Anna Uemer, V. W. Man, Ned Wttnebert; Mrs. John Louckock. Dorothy Glestcr. Norman Lower. Joseph Chpperonl. Jean Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Alvn Shaffer, chard Cavaller, Vn- cent W. McDonnell, John Omcn- hser, Mrs. Sophe DOpolto. Mrs. Mke Hsso. Mrs. Anna Solck, Mrs. Lee Dossena, Mrs, Sylva Dns-! sem, Charles Sessel Mrs. Ella Lnn. r()( SA.-SHKPHE).WOODBDGE-Mr. and Mrs. Edwnrd Shepherd, 9 Amboy Avenue, announce the enwmement of! ther (amhter. ebecca P., to John. Ppcsaj, son of Mrs. Mary Poc- : ssj, New Street Both Mss Shepherd and her fancee attended WoortbrdKe Hfjh School. He served three and onehalf years n the Marne Corps, and spent 8 months overseas. TOldH BOY LAWTON. Okla. Dartng out on the h.lway, Kenneth ay Mc- Clam,. was knocked twenty feet by an auto. He was unhurt except lor he loss of a lttle skn but the "fender ol the car was knocked loose and badly dented. BEE BY THE CASE OZ. QUATS We Specalze " Home Delvery MACS LQUO STOE Amboy Ave. Woodbrdge WOODBDGL 8-88 (warded College Degree Mothers Club Holds Venr Despte un KAl.lH ltllson AVKMK, Mr. Peterson, sun of Mrs. John K. Peterson, 8 Manhattan Avenue, was awarded tle decree of Daehrlnr of Scence n Busness Admnstraton Sunday h.v NnUtasUl Unversty n Boston. Admral chard v Hyrd was cmmrcament speaker. The Avenel man s a graduate of Woodbrder lcb Sehonl and Mddlesex Junor College. le served n the Ordnanre Department of the Army from!)z to 9 as a Techncan, ffth cr.ulc. At college he was a member of the Socety for the Advancement of Manaecment and dd cooperatve work wth the New Haven alroad. Newlywcds Make Home n Golona SELN Mss Edth Watts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs., L. Watts, Bloomflcld Avenue, became the brde of Wllam J. Barbour. Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Wllam J. j Barbour. West Street, Colona. Saturday at St. Cecelas Church, j ev. Julan uck performed the ceromony. The brde, who was gjven n marrage by he- father, wore a whte embossed talleta. own made n prncess style. Her fnuer-tp lenkth vel of lluson fell uracefully from a coronet embrodered n seed pearls. She earned an arm bouquet of whte roses. Mss Beverly Barbour, sster of the brdegroom, as mad of honor and the brdes only attendant, wore a yellow tatleta KOW, also made n prncess style wth a matchnx scquned vel headdress. She carred a bouquet of yellow roses. After a weddnu trp to the shore Mr. and Mrs. Barbour wll resde temporarly at the West Street address. Fov travellng the brde wore a ^rcy sut and whte accessores. Patrca Owens s Pretty Brde WOODBDOE - Despte a rany dy the Mothers club hold Us Denle Tuesday at Chcesequnke! WOODBDGE Mss Patrca rk us planned Owrns, daughter ot Mr.»nd Mrs.,.,,,......,, obert Owens, New Street, was marred Saturday to chldren; Mrs..-Lootborrow and Bnard. Jr., son of Mr and Mrs. Edward Pcnuanrd. Patterson sou. Mrs K. Crompton and son, t, Pprth Amboy, n St. James M Jones and son. Mrs.. S. Ernest and daughter, Mrs. H. Sommers and chldren, Mrs. E. Klman and son, Mrs. D. Wescott and son, and Geoe McCan, Mrs. Cnukshnk was n charge. Vrtor Kttvn PCPWOH lh>f(rop from Fordhum SELN Vctor O, Kalcn, son of Kamel Katen, Green Street, receved hs Bachelor of Law desrec at commencement exercses held at Fordlam Unversty. Mr. Katen s a Graduate of Woodbrldfe Hnh School and receved hs Bachelor of Arts deprree from Albrght College, eadng. perfoucd Ht nony. The brde wore a whte gabur dne sut, whte accessores and cotmkc of whle roses and babys breath. Mss Elzabeth Owens, us her ssters mad of honor, WAS attred n nn aqua abardnc sut, whte accessores and a corsage ol whte carnatons and roses. Lester Stahon. Perth Amboy, served as best man. Upon ther return from a wedtl-p to Quebec, Canada, Mr. and Mrs. PcnKaard wll resde at 8 New Street. The brde s a graduate nl St Marys Hnh School, Perth Amboy and s employed by Merck St. Co. nhway^mr. Penpaard nduntc from Perth Amboy H School and served three years n the Navy n the Pacfc theatre. He s em Pa.. n 9. He served-four years n (he Army and WHS dscharged ployed n the draftnn departmen as captan n the 9th nfakry, of the artnn Copper Works 7th Dvson. Perth Amboy. New, Lberal Vacaton GEOGE BUCK, M jr. LOAN Polcy for resdents of Woolbrdcc and neghborng towns! Open to both men and women. F YOU HAVE NEED OF * to SEE US TODAY! New. streamlned loan plan. One vst same clay servce, mmedate acton 9 out of accommodated on sgnature, auto, furnture or salary. Any amount for any purpose! epay n months, or less, n small, even-monthly payments. PHONE WO-8-88, ASK FO M. BUCK, or just stop n... tell hm how much you want... hell take care of you at once! EMPLOYEES PESONAL LOAN CO. 87 MAN STEET, WOODBDGE (nd Floor) PAAMOUNT The Corset Center of Perth Aw boy (ll llthl.\ k THE WONDE BA HS MSTAKK nstead of nbrylnk the sun-mnnsrevolver She fked three tmes «t UAHY. nd - Thr yonnn M order to open tlr rash drawer, she tle youth *hd was robbng her of who attempted to burln/.c thr dsappeared thrmmh the vurtaus 8 He stagtrred out and hallfd fecloney of Mrs. Maude Mn eovennb the entrance to tn lvtnt! a pamnt moturlst. «lvlng htm W(f Harrson, 6. evdently ddnt know, qttnrters nl the rear and ve-ap- to take hm to a hosptal. He Had that Mas hobby s Urget-shoollnn. peared armed wth her target two bullet wounds n hs body The Leadng JWOJQ^BJDGE STOES Wll Be, OPEN THUSDAY NGHT JULY D UNTL <). M. " Closed All D^y Frday July th OlKN WEDNESDAY. JULY ND, UNTL (> \ M. AM) SATUDAY, JULY TH AS USUAL. E-KErVE JULY «)TL STOKES WLL CLOSE WEDNESDAY NOON DUNG JULY AND AlXUST. WOODBDGE BUSSNESSMENS ASSOCATON r PCES MENS STOE Good news nvcls last, tha s \\\\\ llc whole lown^ talkng about our clotlcs for men and hoys! Y<\s, for Cool, Comfortable ClolluH for r Sports vst PrceV. Gel The th of July Swm wth a Bang! P.: JEWELY GFTS dumonl «than a u utt. ntt. t W wll M ^hv u of joy and prde.through all -UL ydrs ahead. Choow t h-: from our selecton ol guaranteed damond rngs, OBETS c;n S O! GUADDATES QUALFY JEWELES 88 SMTH STEET, PETH AMBOY, N. J. -mnus "SKNNE" Nylon l-ljnc - Absolutely ^arantr;^ auansl fhyllc, breakng at sean^. ljkhtweaht - - comfortable - - prrn ^.^^rbnlflcenl. Wonder Bra U^oulo /ftj esults from sclenlllcally constructabpldrabunal SLASH" - - bnnshob pressure and splllnk over ujder arms, elmmtes aloulder draw - - also n "SKNNE" satn and cotton fabrc. Two-nch band. n pnk and whte. COTTON,SATN.9.7 NYLON All Gwmcnls Ptted and Allcved Free of Clwjo The Corset Center of Perth Atfhwy flakahclnt 8 SMTH STEET MCGEGO SWM TUNKS, SPOT SHKS Long and Short Jjleevcs BASQUE SHTS By Manhattan and Jayon Cool Arct c Breeze SUMME SUTS STAW HATS PCES MENS STOE "The Metropoltan Area* Mott Modern and Up-to-Date Men * and Boy»* Store. WE SPECALZE;. N COMPLETELY OUTFTTNG MEN AND BOYS l Washngton Avenue r Carteret «! < :!,.

4 ds PAGE Ethel E. ehrens Local Mans Brde WOODBDOK Al a loublerng ceremony performed bv ev Murce P. Grffn m S Jumps Church, Satuday, Mss Krhel poarrlly wth the brelp,: parents Fm travellng the brde ylrfter a whle SHbtlne Mt. nnvy blue sc fssor-s and a cnsnae nf led roses Our Papers Enlst Tn urn,\v escue of Dsabled Ctaft Part Of Servce outne of UStCA {Contnued jrom Page ) d by t denote Sftfptv home from an acute heart attack, Cns> farf. ;s -t; p,- leanor Behrenv daushln.f Mr. -.ns r.nsp^ nujps. fataltes and lo <ffec: rescues > and Mrs. Chrstan Belwens. n poperfv lnmane nnd over were held Sunday afternoon frorft the llfh sens nnd hs boat was towed to Poughkeepsp where ee M Mr. Eldrlde receved a efonned Church. Perth Amboy. James StTPt. bprame the jde navgable hs Home and at the Hungaran!n ore :h«: ths cnopfn not watev" of os.s CapUa. Jr.. son nf Mr for (on-klfrl a bref "spasm" tremendous ovaton from and Mrs. o.v\ CmlPtt. Perh Ths plrturcttne wordng meht. the ev.. Dr. Charles Vneze offcated. Bural was n the church.npbnn for traffc safety, the crowds watchng the races. Strept. j n some mnds suggest huh adve).r,f- and romance. Arunllv.»«W< KUKBC Publshng Compnny. Another h cemetery. Gven n nmhkp by her fathef. ::J >:! l : f :!:. three rt*>papn.v memoprt of the SeWmen.,..^,,n the brdp wore a uown nf whle *:l >»l>#»t7"">rw"whtwal jveokly Have dscovered. Up worknk out of satn.styled Wth a tmlt-rtted ;hnp:: September polntm uut lp rpscle of another vetean racer ths dctum nvolves- notln^ more bodep, an lluson necklne how accdents are causpd anl how by the Barbddor, whch was on two sons, Lous, Jr., and Dr. Wllam Toth. all of Fords; a brother tlan t\ pnclra applcaton of trmmed wth lace nnd n bouffant they tarj be prevented. n addton hoop skrt extrudng n:o a ons n box tory. r:!rd "Safety Tp of! hsh :re;ls and uood rannk to Emery, Keas&ey and a brother and tran. Her fngertp lpn«;h vu ;P Week" wll be publshed n H sudden stunlon (cmandna three ssters n Hungary. was rranaed from n crown of j rmr.dltw throughout the < Bnton. Am many H.small crah nav- JOHN DOCTO quck, ntellgent houph fnd ac- seed )ra;s nnd she cmtm a bou-pnll. : Kttnv. *ho. havnc been.>s.sterl quet (f spn: roses. T:e Pdtnjas nnd box stores. Mss Patrca.esen.ft*m;fl of ; wtlrr Wtj; advertsements nj v"rted by local merchants from honor, wore gown of Amercan beauty uy laffeta. tatfrta. The Tlc brdesmads. j lme to tme, wl! be amed to Mss Edna Pnrh and Mss M<tk a Pnsch..on» sland Ct.v. ; An on Program nto elfert to SVP : ftlu.ftr ;h(- publc n puttng thf cousns of the brde, wore uown.s ; lves. of pnk and blue starched murqus- e.tte, respectvely,. All the ttend- fcnt SKS SKWAFN O One fof the dutes of the Unted Slates f Auvthy. as cxprps n tme by a vessel flyu: the Auxlluy ensgn, fu.cjs falelul that ths voluneer adju:; of the Coast Ouald take, \;:J assgned dutes so serousy. Herently (llu> he revval of he Albany-New York Outboard Motor races. Auxlary vesss, n cludn: those from Sew«rcn. were nrd and helplr.s.s bpneau hs boat. He was taken aboard the Cass V where he was made comfortable. Temporary repars wtfre made and patrol, passng Haverstraw. Vsblty.was poor and n close wateh wa.s b<nk kept when Skpper Lo;an sghted the V-, a 8-foot open racng craft, dsabled and drftng helplessly. t had been fouled by drftwood. The stran of le race and hs futle efforts lo make repnhs and, refll hs gas OBTUAES at Perth Amboy General Hosptal. He s survved by hs wdow. Eva; rank ntel exhausted the drver. tow brothers, Alex, Butler, Pa., and who WHS taken aboard the Bar-Georgbardnr. After consderable water ces were held Monday afternoon n Hungary,. Funeral serv- and several gallons of gasolne at. the Orpne,] Funeral Hofne.; had been baled from the blge, Bural wns n thp Clovprlpaf Pa-k! the boat WHS fxed up for the tme Cemetery. belnn.ntl towed eght mles to Tanylown. Later, thp drver remarked: " ants wore wreaths of roses n ther talr and carred bouquets of roses. j a ld lords wll be nllowpfl to! asskned (o,patrol the course. Chrstan H. Brhren.v Jr.. ochester. N, Y.. brother of the brde, fo each S.oon spent on dwellng logs of these vessels, the Class V. WOODBDGE Funeral serv-, rase rents hereafter $ ft month Prom tle bref, matter-of-facl DT. JAMES,T. COLLNS sreved a.s be.st man and oy Stark. mprovements, accordng* <n the Bayonnp am He B&rb.rdnr, S( - was. nm thst there would be a ces for Dr. James J. Collns. 7,! Kenllworth and Frederck B. San e. offce of Kent Control. The Allowance prevously was $. a of two lpscues. They nre a matter today, but so far. t havat seen Edga Hll Nursng Home, were ; waren. come to lht he stores KH of Auxlary boats crn duty who ded last Thursday at the Unon, ushered. Upon ther return from a weddng trp to he Adrondack.. Mr. J materal- for repars was ven sam, 7 owland Place, and at j month per $,.- sng cost of of Const " held Monday from the home of h.s j daughter, Ms. Wllam J. Orat- and Mrs CnrVtla wll resde lem as the bds< for the ncrease. St. James Church. Bural was n ] Pennes Food Market G AHWAY AVENUE AT AVENEL STEET *ENKl,.,\. J. WOOD. ^WE DEJVK WE FEATUE SPECALS EVEY DAY! BUDGET-WSE SHOPPNG HEE! TOP QUALTY FOODS AT LOW PCES AE AVALLE AT PEN- NES EVEY DAY. Town;;;r^:;^,r^fled sp. by. the Auxlary flas whch s al.<.» of t of Educaton. Plotng the Barbardor, an Auxlary cruser owned Canada PrVss Tonr! Atl (Contnued jrom Pntfe ).OS TOTH the commttee: Edwn Casey. Dr. FODS--Funeral servces for Lous Toth, 8, 97 Ford Avenue, who ded Thursday nght at hs dentcal wth that of the OWst by John Kruno. Flotlla Se-Ouatwarcn, was Maxwell LoKfn, Mar- Many an Auxlary skpper can ber o/ the Mddlesex County Med- tool Drve, WoodbrdKe. commander,,,., of me the flotlla notua and vce llflv(>r Deen tell of rescues and asssts whch caj - Assocaton and the Holy."" have never been reported to the Name Socety u, of St l,. jame.s, presdent of the Woodbrdne Pub-! P >(. but. the lucky marners who Church. He served as Townshp j llsln- tlshm. Comnnnv Compnny. >"" h.-,--.,... njc.-t WU have bpen "" ""- aded " n - ther dstress. " physcan durng the admnlstra Accordng to the on, the Cass V. whle on patrol at the races, sghted one of the racng boats pllfd up on the rocks at Mnes Pont, near Pouhkeepse. Thp drver, Marshal Eldnde. East Brdscwatfr. Muss., trophy wnner n the 97 races, wa.s found pn- DODGE DEPENDLTY HTmore expansve n recountng ther experences. They do not fal to prase the fathful manner n whch the Coast Guard-traned Auxlary performs ts dutes. Brtsh wll seek ar laurels wth luxury ocpan planes. FO THE BEST N (AH WASHNG AND SMONZNG VST GES BOS. GULF SEVCE AMBOY AVENUE AND GEEN STEET WOODBDGE, N. J. /, r Phone WooH>r<l8« j r FEE Pck-up and Delvery Servce ft JACK - BLL - FANK t.._. vnut, YMCU r lutly the church cemetery. Dr. Collns, who retred from actve practce a number of years: ago due to ll health, was a mem- j - * t" Pocket-sze, table model or console there snt a sze o make of rado that we cant make work better nt lttle cost to you. Telephone Wood. 8-8 Wootlhrdge ado Sales and Servce Joseph P. KocSk 7 MAN STEET WOdbfeDE JTSHdorp abnowtz, John Tetley, pv Maurce Grffn, Detectve Serjeant Fred Lnn. Lawrence F C6mpton, Dr. Wllam Schmnus ard Jaftes Keatng. begnnng July. when the Kddle ke«*p Well Camp opens. the local club wll rntcraln the ypunsters one pvenlnchv WPPV Dlscavage are n charge, The membershp commttee approved thp applcatons of Carl DelttJch and Nathan Tlmkln. eports of the conventon n Besdes hs daughter, Dr. Collns s survved by two randchldren. NDEPEVD/fcv.Jantlr Cty last weekend were VVO h,, made by Dr. Henry A. BelaTsky, ",Mr. Campon. Clement tanck Ur.ted nnr ev. Schmaus. Th«? latter p-n- nf thp nouncpd the nvocaton al the conventon bpnquet. XNK Treasury drve s forcng form- f o u l e r ""T r^^euheyaden. (o pay. lal f unr) ^ ^ ft ll ) BUN A GENEAL MOTOS QDU AVENEL S.S* 86 AHWAY AVE. " ll n nw, D H L C AVENF; The Guest-of-HonorBrew Amerca Gracous Mellow us moonlght...!,, loded ns the rch-rpe j!r,. from whch t ca,,,,. smoothly flavorful, wtl dfferent t.slosperllysh fyng.,. Ambassador. loers. O. kmtr«r Br** nro,, Newark s H^lll;^. WHEftE CAN YOU BEAT A "BUY" LKE THS? % MOE MLEAGE AT A % LOWE PCE WHEE YOU SEE YES ncreased Mleage! GOOD/YEA TES The Sensatonal NEW GOOD YEA S SK;N ( o YES Lowered Prce! Add up ts qualtes and features andv then compare. Nowhere else do you get Flud-Drve as Dodge supples t. Nowhere else ts full lst of performance features. Nowhere else the smoothness of ts bower. t Your turn s comng wth ths of drvng experence. THE LOWEST PCED WTH FLVlD-DklVt FftANK VAN SYCKLE SN WJUN$W CKAVE. " PETH AMBOY, N.J. Amercas Greatest Tre Value Gves You % More Non-Skd Mleage! Stronger CM Body! Wder, Flatter Tread! mproved Shoulder Desgn! 6x6 unw. WAS $6. P U W MS TAX Prce* Cut V % on All Popular S^g, LBEAL TADE- Other Sue, AUo at New Low Prces. TEMS

5 \-DEPENDENT-LEAL^, Avenel tems mm^ PAGE FVE n- Womans Club of Avenel daughter, Jersey Cty, were guests. hr MX n ls scres of sum-jof Mr. and Mrs, Charles Peua,,!K partes at the home of! Lvngston Avenue, Sunday. Nrholns Plrnnerl, Lvngston : _Mr. and Mrs. Edward Parker.,., wth Mrs George Leyon- an d son and grands<n. Park Avek n.s co-hostess. The door, nue spent Monday at Asbury.,... \UMT won by Mrs. Wllam Park.,. nfj non-players przes were ; Mss Helen Wallace has re-,y y Mrs George Mro» and eently flown from Olasgow, Scoll Kuzmak. k Pte Prtes att t m, < m^p j,,.,. home w t h Mr wllam, :,bj» were,wra fy JlfnJjtf V BlUlrr rl-,,l Pnrker, k Mlsf Mlf Ana t "TSnlstrtet.,, Mrs James Crawford, Mrs. _M«. Wllam Fakenstern and,,,k m-ecka, Mr* Frank Cenegy, so n, Wtllfam, Woodbrldge Avenue, K:rl Palmer, Mrs. ubn j are spendng several days wth.,.,. JK Mrs. Samuel Albrecht, Mr, and Mrs. Judson Palmer at t ters present, were: Mrs. Wll- Stockbrdge, Mass. lkrn.stern, Mfs. Carl Mrs. Wllard Francs, Harrs-,h. Mrs. John Qunttt, Mrs. j burg, s the guest of Mr. and Mrs.,.,n.d Grbjjle, Mrs. Alex l Frederck Beckey, George Street.,,;- Mrs James McHh, Mrs.: Mr. and Mrs. Wllam yan ; Vn Note. Mrs. Walter Oren- land son. Chase Avenue, vsted Ms. Frederck Ascouh, relatves n Elzabeth Sunday. Humd Amy, Mrs. Mchael j Mr,. Fred Sprng,.Elzabeth; hh", M Walter Meyer,! Mrs. Howard Knapp and Mrs. Ted c. N. VnnXeer, Mrs. Frank Lews, ahway, are nuests at cards.m:. Mrs. John Ettershank, Mrs. today of Mrs. aymond Orlbble,,,<", Pca, Ms. Harold Han-j George Street.. Mrs. Charles Koza, Mrs. Jo- : EdWard Orode Jr., utland,.;, Mr-Clue, Mrs. Walter Cook. Heght, Mass.. s spendng two Atluf Perante. Mrs. Wl- weeks wth hs mnl.her. Mrs. Frlern.:n,:l(r(, r c, and Mrs.. G. Orode,. Jensen Avenue. Mrs, Ett-!(] The seventh party wll be ; ward Qrode, Jv, and daughter, Bar-,-.- (ho home of Mrs. Wllam bara Jean, ara spendng a month me Clnton Place, wth Mrs.! wth Mrs - Orode.,, as co-hostess, June. Mr - and Mls obert Marsh..,,,.,., ; m anf son obert., have l-eurn-d to n,< Lades Auxlary of Fre lnwl. home, Md(Mown N. Y_ wll naugurate a seres of llfter spendln, seve. al days wltn.^jut card partes next Wednes-, Mr. and Mrs. James OBren,. the Lvngston home of Avenue. Mrs. Harold Homestead Avenue. M. and Mrs. Mchael Conlon. Woodbrldge Mr. and Mrs. Avenue, Arvld are Wnqulsl, parent:; on. were uests of Mr. and of a daughter. Laure Eln, born Smon Broknw, Alden ood. Tu Mday at Perth Amboy General The Brokaws and ther Hosptal. hen vsted Sster Cotv Mr. and Mrs. John Kutter, of the Notre Dame Order J * nse " " ^ " parents * son, Barry Allan, born at Elza- "" both General Hosptal. l:; Crawford, las returned! Mr. and Mrs. Jack Detrch, home n Seboes, Mane, j Woodbrdtre Avenue, are parents of Mnt; hs son and daugh- a daughter born Saturday at law. Mr. and Mrs. Sewell! Muhlenbntt Hosptal, Planfleld. ord. Ffth Avenue. j Mr. md Mrs. Mchael Dunyak, ss Judy Perer has returned J " nsen Avenlle Bre Parents of a ^^ » ara-srahss. Pml Mss,Jc;n Ollls. The- Avenel PresbyteHnn,...,,, u., Church wll hold Sunday School nc S. K. C. club celebrated ts! ( U, nf, thn summe. mnnths al :: brthday al the home of A. M. and mommy worshp at Carl FUke, Colona. Present A. M. On September 7. servces.mrs. Stephen Arway. Mrs. wll be held at. A. M. * l": Klen. Mrs. Edward Trost. The Lades Ad Socety wll t)-(lf»er Mrs. Joseph Se- sponsor a tea and bake sale at the k;, Mrs. Norman Taylor, ah- Benjamn Clark home, Woodbrctae Mrs. M. J. Ftzke, Mrs. Wl- ; Avenue, wth Mrs. Wllam Falken Jensen, Perth Amboy; Mss stem as charman, July 6. Ftzke, Colona- Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Grm-,.T Clne. Mrs Jay Herman lpy and ctllc - Lj nda and Ar-..: Mrs. Wayne Hlller." Avenel, J " Av nel f Sree^ have returned Mr. and Mrs. Albert Llvsey, K,% a k spmdme " WMk m : (V Cty, were gwsla of Mr, *... Mrs. Fred Buers. Chase MEDAN NCOME LP "" About one-thrd of the natons Ms J.G.Francs has returned,7, famly unts h#d n- :.T home n Lebanon after vs-! creases between $, and $,, her son-n-law and daugh- ; n 9, accordng to the Census dr. and Mrs. Frededck Beck- Bureau. About one n ten Kot $,- conc Street. to $, and only out of Mrs, Katherne Schele. uth- J t t more than that, The : :l, was ; KP-st of Mr and medan ncome fo Amercan famfnuk Benson, Avenel Street lf s lvnk uncler one roof ose by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Vnn? 69 durnk 9 l aotal of $ Avon-by-the-Sea, were Sun- 78 nests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Year n Palestne for all theo-. >fote. Chase Avenue. )[cn\ scnnafy graduates urged. Mr. and Mrs. Danel Pega and lter. Jean, Unon Cty, and Spokesmen,for fuel ndustry and Mrs. C. J. Parantn and walm of shortafe next wnter. y V "lur A&P has all tlc c:t> that lcal the loat - am Uvtt the lunl for V.H, on. Weve plump clu-krs fne for fryng am eulf v d. Wcvn the roul, csp makngs of suntnpf weather salads... evnrylts for-real n**al-tno teltslnet. And every prce n a pavng prrt rvrry day at A&P. Are you pretty partcular about the meat you my? Youll fnd \m can my all your meats wth confdence at ASPs Super-ght Meat Dppatment. Theres only one standard hgh. Only out? prce low. Leg or ump of Veal»>.77u of Lamb Ga Pt; Pork Lons who Whole = < or ^"»»»*> 9c Brolng and Fryng Under b. b c Fowl For Fneasee, SaUds- b. and Over b. f>c oastng Chckens * b, «nd Over b. «DllcklllgS tong slands Fnest b. c Veal Shoulder oast Bone«b. 9e. Breast or Neck of Veal... h c b Veal Chops b. 9c Pork CllOpS End Cull b 9c Plate &*Wavel eef Fresh or Corned b. c Smoked eef Tongues... b. «Smoked Pork Shoulders Pcn«t. 7«, Stowng L^nb ret and Shtnk, b 9n Sknless Frankfurters... b 9<- Slced Hologna or Meat Loaf. b. 9«Fresh Mackerel..» «,, Jbl«Fresh Flounders «* t c Fresh Whtng fc 7c Fresh Porges... *. 7«P«ltrpe frut*.., crep, l vf ft«j>lf» hrl green* hu «ll the cool fnng* hut Methcr menu, tred, y Waermelon Fresh Tomttoes,, ceberg Lrtluro.... Crsp Cucumbers **«> ^>m <«9c New Cabbage Fre^h Beets Garden ubars Florda Oranges H Grown HO. Grown M.«crown « Crsp Carrots f w. lt mf m. Fresh adshes Hom,G,ow n c 8 9r m bch (V Wh»n AvtlbU.., Yellow Bananas. Take «<lvaltge of Af trenpmlos grocery assntment, Youll fnd your favorte* t- am get sonw new lean, u.«wr\l, fur many lght lelgltful htr. Lhhys Corned Beef Hash... «oc«n6< Lbbys Deep Brown Beans Ann Page Beans.,. u or cm c s can for c Clardge Hamburgers b cm " ed-meat, Spam, Treet,.,. <«. c.n c Beacdsleys CodfUh Cakes Beardsleys Shredded Codfsl... o c.nl9m.. ^o.pkglf^, cy Pont ed Salmon... «8.cn * Devled Crabmeat Harr 7 can 9c Beardsleya Peanut Butter.. b>r.{«beardsleys Mustard 8 o «9 f Lang8 Dll Pckles. «t.*r«plan OHvefl Sut.n. wo.rc FO THE BEST TNKA. PECES, rotted l.ants, COSAGES AND BOUQUETS hnc Woodbrdge -CG WALSHECKS<.O\V; SHOP 98 MAN STEET WOODBDGE, N. J. Wr Delver ud TeleKTuph Flowers DSTNCTVE FLOAL DESGNS COSAGES, BOUQUETS AND POTTED PLANTS Phone, Woodbrdge 8- WOODBDGE FLOWE SHOPPE JOHN (". SCHWAZ, Prou. ) AWAY -AVENUE WOODmDGE, N. J. Sandwch weathers here to stay. And A&P las every sort of cheese for temptng luncheon snacks. And lots of ce-cold mlk.,. fresh egge and fne butter, (.(, n <wr thrfty Dary Department, Pckled BeetS Horn. Style oz. can for 7c Socal Tea Bscuts N»b,«> Pk«c Burrys Cookes Hom«pun Anonmen b. pj. 9<= Molls Jelles. A»n»d Fl.von to «rl9» Tangerne Juce Hord. s«. an for 9< HS.BUKE Hreetart :»66 STATE STEET JKTH AMBOY, N. J. V. Cotello, Mgr. \ :s AN Av-: ull! M.KTOLV nllllt > ur huh. T :-:: MHUK TMTCrt!.VX! TlTnw " ::.-..WUK..,.,[ s.ln, MrK nmr Km,, u l ll hll,-, hn.", ll.mlu, V. U T f. M l.!:.\m:k. KJ M M M,.-. Waln H-t [htntn -f+ntr. ns ntl- [Ull-, llluy\>. \. nt \.lnl^. K Tt t-:n -- n-,.^n«t ( >H* K< lo.-^, ft--sn lu, Al:...-^ u $ Cheese * Process Amercan Me-o-nt b. c Cheddar Cheese Food Ched-o-Bt b.bax79c GldN ch Cheese T.n fly v b.9* Cream Cheese plan or flavored 6o. cut c Fresh Cottage Cheese Bordm Be.cuplc Snappy Cheese. r. J<w-pta8c Bord^yrs Chateau... Mb.pkg.c Swss Cheese P S b«!)«blue Cheese sh O r P T»n gy b c CheCSe N BaCOn A Bordens Spre»d oz. ar " P a l)s t-e t t Praanlo or Standard 6M. pkg. c Lederkranz lordw * oz. pg 9«KraftsVelveeta. ^ A, Ab.pkj.c Cream.... v wm««* ^«Mlk Homoaenzed ql- conls. 9«Broken Grapefrut Sectons.»««.c»nor$«- AHpleSaUPe A&P Br»nd-F«rny o. tan lor 9c Prune Juce.. Gold S«. q». c Sumwwt q. c CcaperutJuce r^rd* Wo.canorc Orange Juce flord* so.cn(or9«lhbya Tomato Juce ««CM C 6 oz. en 7c Lemon Juce y*row fw snoz.bot.c Tomato Sauce Hunf 8«. CM fpr 9c s X> s lor Surke Hrrvlce" Ths s The LAST CALL! your car now whle le prces are stll h^h. louorruw may be too ACT NOW! rng your car to us today. The entre tvanswll take just SPEEDWAY AUTO SALES CO. THE SUPSE STOE -. tov (ST. K lnjll 7-M-ll rrr SltM-HKr wc MfllKry lrl<l.v uml *JT<M> Mttm M Srll Srmratrly - t-!..:;l.-.l ol lu Hll, u j>sh the ust nfllcr M ctuf U> tue SAPOLN SPBSD ENAMEL - ONE COAT COVEH! NO BUSH MAKS SAfOUN QUALUY PANTS SlMCE W SEVCE HADWAE CO. 87 MAN STEET WOODBDGE, N. J, rthves.., sweet am uokes all ruslel from nur own ovens straghttoyur, A&*. Jane Parker Jelly <fll,...«ch ;. C Sandwch Bread M»rve «t: w l"c Marvel olls Fnhtfurl or Sandwch pkg ol86c Potfl^d Cajve Gold, Marbl* or nd Slv«r too. cut9c Dessert Layers» M : etwo "«>»w*e UQUUU Jn* Parker-Sugwcd, Plan or Gnomon B» «Pneapple Coffee Cake TEAS ; and COFFEES Flavor favortes that make your oe tea or colf-e tojs n true l Our Own obust and Thrfty vb.pka. Jl. vb.pka.tte A Natonal Favorla A Luxury Blend lgutouutk t.7:. Mld and Mellow Cotlee ch «nd Full-loded Cbffee Y flokar.. JJbttlc Vgorout nd Wln*y Code* lon.rtnd 9 oz. canl7<! Cut Sp*»n-*«;rl*U \K%t,. cm 9c Pure Prnt Lard V. - * be Lux Soap Flakes v. * ««P^;.«Krkman Flakes or Granule. \v-m-l«* vory Flakes or Saow *. <««pa a Duzornso * U«jkfl.o * * Krkman Borax Soap. «>>*9«Cama^or Lava Soap p «*«7«Lux or W fel)uoy Soap» «* > c»k«7a Scoop * N*w»m» tfl*fov*< ] o. pg 9p Hersheya tocoa Butter Soap d:..k^c::v^ //! u : -:,:. :^<-MdM^M^^ ;M MM -A: >K.J

6 TAGE SX Fred Snrn-m.,v:;t<n plot llrst class. USNH. Hnnm Avc. mr has rrfkct tlc noll wrm^! of ft Naval nuo] at the Nnval Ar Trulnlnc B(w. Prns;coln. Flu... Mabrl Tcn has returned lrom Wlson. N c \vhr;r she wen. for an rxnmat by Ur doctor»ho (rcatrcl P aftf ut tnndbjlc accdent slr was n : rv months KH. Mbel Jets ummcl pretty well nnv wth hc sld o( n Crutch.... osalne Kanfttn Schtllman. Amtxy Avenue, wll l>e "Marred Saudflv nd m Nrf Yorlf.... Dm Parson-- md. l Jttlllor Pnhor l;ul l >u "llc^;u tme at ther nulm: Monday... Nevgpttvs: Major tv ; Anfc.,)n m-. cabled ns famly h.t le cxtccn U> leave, Km hr wc-k of July 7 and should bp wnh them beforn, thf. end of Julv... Cnj) Cowav. summer camp of the nrtan Councl. Boy Hcout\ opened ts BWson Sunday,.. Acd Court Krnes: A Port eadng younc ld.v, evdently very murh n Jove Wth one of the defendants who appeared before reo-tler Brown recently, proved she meant t when she sad she would stand by her Bd... And Mrs. Arthur Brown. e of the recorder, expects her er and famly from Czechoslovaka on June, aboard the prlpsholm. Mrs. Drown hasnt seen Sster snce she was a lttle.... Attenton: Boatera: The Sewaren Motor, Boat Club $ Beng redecorated for the stm- ler boatnk season. Last Sunday ^S members, ncludng Mlton tontbomery, Avenel. as char- jhan, panted the man club room *; V. A new walk, provdng access from the buldng to the sx boats jpaoored at the club, was fnshed recently. The Coast Guard Aux- HaT wll hold a rcvde/.vous at Wards Pont, at the tp of Statcn sland. Sunday, startng at A. M. efreshments wll be served on the beaeh. The days actvtes wll be drected by Joseph McAndrews, captan of the Northern New Jersey area of the Coast Guard Aux- Ulary, from hs boat, "John Smth." All nterested boatmen are nvted.... lust But Not Least: pf Mr. and Mrs. Mclvael Markuln. 877-B Washngton Avenue, celebrated her thrd brthday yesterday and made a proud lttle hostess t a party held to celebrate the Occason... The kds sure are bavn.f a swellcgant tme on all fose rdes at the fremens carnl- yal on School Street. And there.s plenty of fun for adults, too... f; bg welcome to alph Blls, now o» the edtoral staft of ths paper. ph wll cover Fords news... lear "Wndy" Laks, our plo- [rapher, tell t, the Fords Lons tftnly are excellent hosts...,ew Melvn Qhurd s on the sck tt f but stll workng on plans "" eth unntvekary celebra- PO of the Trnty Epscopal _h.urck,.. Congnttratens to Mr. JM Mrs. obert Vneyard. Mddle- JftX Avenue, seln, wo are.proud Srenla of a sun and her... And " Cls a daughter foj Mr. aud Mrs, " erclf J. Lenler, chmond, _. She s the forper Elzabeth Setnak, ^cst Avenue. Sewnre... fkctnor Me Ells, formerly ol toodbrldke and now of Plscat- _tvay, was nurrel here n the Wethodlst Church by ev. Ped- «rck W. Poppy, to Clwles Vncent Stevens, also of Pscathway..,. Dont Leave Me, Joe! llhtr h, JL- a.ul ul,.. k c n l T..M..k.l l u u k all llkll- lll.... Wll m> \ ull, lrw spml sllut THUSDAY..tNE 6, >7 N. J, County Ultmatum hn ol mraculous. He founded!,! Mets Club and Women» unts. Muney was rased for a new nrun; (Contnutd from Pag* V (Contnued lrom atc )., new Sunday school wns organ- and whj(, h s wlt))ou, wan. an, j n ( Brown next Wednesday on a com- ;/,,! by DHP Demarest: a pulpt lhe lflw, am frank] unablf to plhlnl ol falu. e l kct. p a p. opm..h.t!! $6 WHS WS DTPSPtum presented by DV Flunk. Valentne and hs sster, [ any method whereby ths rester. Mr. c. H Brown. n memory of n be pad now or n the More Nabbed,n father. The ood-screen was future by ths department or the The next nght, fotr persons.;. ru by Mrs M. D. Valentne n tosttutlon.". were arrested and also fned $ Nn n.v (f her husband. St. Mar- Traner s Adamant each as dsorderly persons. They ;. unt bought new bell; Mr. Traner then answered M were booked as follows: James Swartz.. 7th Street, North unt fnshed off the j Urbanaks communcaton n past n < mem of lhe church md n- as follows: " apprecate there hft. Mld a furnace; the Sex ton«; been cotsderable correspondence, n r WHS repared and a t\nt n ths matter. However, the fact ; u fence erected around the s^ll remans that the State ol New -huch property n memory, Jersey lfts taken the lberty of p y ftrm Menlo ermnwhvp ts s the membershp trcmen- Park, located n artan Townshp..ly and when he left, leavlna wth a sewer already constructed ramy mpruved church, there! and located n the Townshp of only a debt of $, out of Woodbrldge. whch has been assesr $, worth of permanent; sort aganst and pad for by prop- mprovements. erty owners n the Townshp of Woodbrdne. n other words, these Parsh Orowln Today. Trnty Church has one property owners were compelled to nf the lamest. conurceauon.s n j pny for the constructon of..wld r Townshp due n pan to the sewer and. n my opnon, are en- fnally.de of acute alcoholsm Bcrgcn; Eleen Johnson,, 6 As one of thc members of the Payonla Avente. Jersey Cty: Sam Perth Amboy sroup, who resdes Pollno,, 7 Columba Avenue, n Woodbrdge, sad ths week Jersey cty and Dorothy Kunz,. 6 Cty. "Many nf our leadls plfvsc.lans «d*y-teax «!- cotollsrn as a dsease. Alcoholcs Stff fnes were also mposed as Anonymous could have helped the result of a rad made by Leut. Detectve George Balnt on an nman Avenue home. Mary nuram. West nman Avenue, Colona. owner of the house was fned $ and ordered to stop a restaurant busness she was keepnk n vo- John f he had known about them and had \tv honest desre to stop. We arc n roup of men md women ron) all walks of lfe. Busness> men. professonal men, mechancs and laborers who have one common wound. We cannot drnk alcoholc beverages of any knd. laton of the Zonlnc law. Fned each as dsorderly prsons BcaOOll of l )C n l,r\n>nt Dnnnu At Dtman AA ^ not a jrolbtton or a temperance socety, ft s not» relgon Tlllv ( lllllll popularty nf the present rector.. ttled to nqure what rcht the were Edward Smth,, E. " ". uu,. V. Srhmaus. State of New Jersey had to con- Second Street, Planflelr and Mary or a btsnew. Wlkenon.. 6 West Fourth asrd on Experence fcontnued rnm Paqt \) Amotts the famous men oflnect wth a project that was n- Do«n \A t r!:h-.! and Hr v.shn.,, :-fj Trnty Church, was Howard E.j stalled by and pad for by the j m."our npj)a:l to alcoholsm s ^^tmcld..loan Hcmcll Ml Knhrrt n prc.eul tme.- Ulf Thompson ^V^Zfl^J^WnHh,^,^ T WnSlP O TSscd upon our own drnkng cxpcce. what wr have learned yn n "lln- WMn cm the Church, Fords. n 88: 8. Mark, s Woodbrtfse. Mcnlo, Park nsttuton connecl,-tl Frst Bult n 7K Uf. m / a ma t n nuuw u ^ Hcch" tnl llrmsrlm". rn)- from medcne and psychatry, and Church, Carteret, n 89 and St. "Had not ths Srwor been con- lm. ln Woodbrde Townshp wlth- The-H,< durrh of he CODKCuaton was bult n 7, wlcr to fll creeds. By combne these cnplcalrl l.v < l.rlrs lk- upon sprtual prncples common tohlly lln dved, Mlllllll Joln s Church, Sewaron. n 89. structcd the Slate State would hnvr have out cnnspnls t, om thc Townshp He WBK also actve n cvc affars been compelled to expend mones Benjamn Dunham was a promnent layman. The second church authortes. Ths.s the frst tme and, wan one of, the charter, mem j f h * d- - l f - uuuunes. ns s me nrs Lme resources, the recovery rate amou fnnl, l:.v Mvs llrnn-lts alcoholcs who want to sttop ha> husband. Tn- Hm arr nstarrod. and was one of the charter mem- for the proper dsposal May of sewage lhal fa h mgum hfts been bruhl was constructed n 7ft6 and destroyed by fre n 88. The thrd not dsclose that we made the thnk of alcoholsm as an llness; to my attenton and our been very Hcatly ncreased. Wr- and ben,muscal of the Socety, Salmagund the Utery oldest j authorty from Mcnlo the Park. State May had. ask to what consrmlp of ts knd n the Townshp, j ncct wth ths Sewer? t mv attenllon am U. fllc does connecton wthout frst securnk an obsesson of the mnd coupled hurch or present.structure was Frank Dean Olfford s the presentj "Ths may ay be. be. as as stated stated by by you.] you. Y conslnttd n 86 and consecraed tn* followng year by Bshop School n Phladelpha; Walter H. dean of the Phladelpha Dvnty nc Townshp approval. t s myto an alen;! of the body. t s a ONSMFK ( lldm an assessment by.a muncpalty understandng that ths transacagalnst the State, and whch s (, on too k place many years ago and emotonal an dsprtual. How to ro.se \A the n -- H m lr lory, shatlnrn sckness physcal, Tle, volull! r l. :c rrrdll : Odrnhcmcr. All the furnture, n- wthout warrant n the law. How- j j- am wondcr why { t h, ls nol bcrn expel teh obsesson that compels at tlfe (-n<l l.\\nr. ac- du t; "HOME N "OKLAHOMA" SAT. MAT. CATOONS SUN., MON., TUES., WE). onald eagan, Alexs Smth, Zachary Scott "STALLON OAD",:ek (arson - Martha Vckcrs "LOVE AND LEAN" NEXT WKKK THUS., Fll.,.SAT. AlBBOTT and COSTELLO "BUCK PVATES COME HOME" o (-orne Sanders - tanle Lamls "CANDAL N PAS" COMNG! Stowe s \now hstorographer of the Epscopal Church; Edward. : Welles, s dean of the Cathedral of Wth Dud Abbott and Lou (Jostcllo and "SUN VALLEY SEENADE" Wth Sonja Henc and John Payne TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY "COWBOY AND THE LADY", Wth Gary Cooper and Merle Obcron and "THE BUTE MAN" Wth Tom Ncal and Jane Aduns Also, Dshes lo the Lades Startng Saturday xtra. Cartoon Hour fur Chldtep : P. M.. COMNG! H»M) JKOTEUS TKANK) AMM/U> CCUS AND WLD WtSl AUSPCES FE COMPANY FODS Afternoon And Nght And 8: OClock Ont; Day Only Thurs., July Grounds Opposte Fre House STATE THEATE ^.WOODBDGE, N. J. "THE TODAY TK! SATl Dck POWKLL - (vly KEYES a, "JOHNNY OCLOCK" plus.l.mtt, DUNN - Mona FEEMAN n "THAT BftENNAN GL" SUNDAY THU TUESDAY Hay MLLANP - Teresa WGHT n "THE MPEFECT LADY" plus alph BY H) "DCK TACYS DLEMMA BULDNG MATEALS 8" # Perfecton ed Cedar Shngles " # oyal ed Cedar Shngles CONE CHNA CNET N6. 9 GLAZED UPK DOOS ONAMENTAL TO. SEE SAMPLE N OU STOE WNDOW GADEN E.Q.UlM NT FOKS - HOCK - AKES - CVLTVATOS WKEDES - TOWELS - LAUN OLLHl (.\):N BAOWS - SHEAS - HOSE srtavs lprcelau Wall-Fold Ktchen Table " x " Whte $.7 eg. $7. - Now D Garden Trvllg un<l Pergolas WE STLL HAVE A JEW LEFT STOP N AND MAKE YOU SELECTONS NOW. _^ * Overhead Garage )oorn Un-oll AH Wood $CQ-D 8/x7/ Du Berry Alumnum Specal >r, MM) w.s, nvv lkt llnjt Ux ll MolKK.M MMNH.;> Mull rtlfcl ftuml-.- WOODBDGE LUMBE CO. BULDNG MATEAL STOE WOODBKDGE, N. J. TtLEPllONE WOODBKDGt 8( rmn Paqt \) Jofn knew he was bark n the workhouse agan. ecords kept n Woodbrdue polce headquarters show some of the alcoholcs have been arrested to tmes. Ths s repeated all over the country. Some of the.se "old customers" One of the most Er>pl,,~,., rnstk nftcrlngs of thr vc» r n.-", Ua.hosThe Woman on, He;tel" made ts appearane-,!" lenlay at. the Dltmas Thea..lmn Bennett, obert Hy ar u Charles Blckforc are c.o-»ur PC, hs nbrorblnc story of conflct human emotons set n thr b,, nf a lonely coast, The Atory follows H um V pattern. Lovely Peacy Butn m," ed to a noted artst who nc, K nmc blnd, attracts Lt.Scot! J nee, n commana"ff tvco"" rmrd staton. Althomh hr \-.. love wth Kve Geddes who m,, boat yard, hs nfatuaton for p.-" «> s sn stro he s helplessly nn nwre that she has nspredmrlcr»ns hate n hm for Tod, husband. HOVS, BDS. FK TOH. THUON, Mch.,,.,. nrt of the brds," a M-yrar-nv Knnball townshp wlnn-^ rlropped a lghted match n,., stm-lnks nest n a shed on, school grounds. Flnmrs xm.,. n, hr shed walls and hr flr,,, parl.ment, Who put ml hr ;-,,, charged thn school dlstnr t;. SPECAL STAMPS Followlne the ssuance «.j, commflnjoratvc stamp lun-nv doctors on June 8th. H F ; stamp wll be ssued m.;., comnetqpratc the arrvnl m [, of the Mormpns and annhn ;,.,! wll honor the Nero vcr,, Genrge Washlncton Carvn rludn: the class, bell and font ew, the fact stll remans that dsposed of before ths. us drnk aganst our wll s thnfcdrr.l CMTV llnant ll" loal man. When shown hs record card was presented by ndvduals. A the people of the ToWnshp of * on whch was recorded some S beautful slver paten for Holy ( St. Paul. Buffalo, N. Y. " wll refer the matter to Comproblem of every alcoholc. outstandu!: jumrl Woodbrdge should no have to mls8, oncr Bates and ask hm to "The only requrement of AA durng the mon, cuyn arrests, nolmllrm bgamy. n ommunon was presented on the Woodbrldae nlone. slc sad she Jay of the churchs consecraton. pay the bll for an nstt.uton j consdcr thb po^buty of correctwhch the people of the whole ;,, ;,,,,;,,,,,,., BUYS OWN MOTO membershp s an honest desre to $,.(.. - SHJ.dOll.llOO SELN THEATE "ddnt beleve t."... nscrbnd: "The Gft of Chrst ALHAMBA. Calf. - Whle ns any njustce that may have stop drnklnun. We feel that each above He prvm. rrcnl ;tl.uccl State can take advantage of.. Church, Elzabeth. N. J., to Trnty everyone was out for collce, a occurred." mans relgous vews, f any, are Oak Tree Jtod srlln. N J on thfvcof m! ll.ubr n. "f an appropraton s necessary hurch, Woodbrde. N. J. Whtsun-Monday, 86," a xlft whch machne n an applance store. motor was stolen from a washng That s how the matter stands hs own affar. Whle every shade The total was more than double Met. 6-7!) by the Legslature same should be. Around the Townshp: gl hfe [M B M T t of opnon s found nmong us wethe $.8r>,. MstandnK at Lttle Lon Joan Tafart. contnues to be used regularly. Later, two men entered the store he s determned once and take no poston, as a croup, upon ru. M SAT.,.l M: :; - H the wrtu low-pom: ol Vbnry. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wllam and offered a motor for $, t, ^..?~ P!!-?M- e J? l r^*-! fw"all" t clow"hclce^nt/on conrve:sal questons. No par- "THE LOCKKT 9. Of thc Sl.(:!,(( MK MCPM:. The church membershp declned durk and lay of Woodbrde alone. bt, lh c d h" g Jersey and not the people of the U lk TfcBHVt. Broad Street, Seware.n. seemed a good buy and was purchased. Then the owner of the,...., nt uuuw nnd he wll keep after UculHf pont of vew s demanded snce the lntlom n,rk. V. (..- dhlllc >J - llolrrl Ml.,,,,,,. Who has been vstng relatves n of anyone. Our sole am s to.show readers ncludng Professor John May we hear from you further n, y or morr tl.n lalf--la.s taken M»P d Qlenboc, Scotland for the past J store dscovered that the motor sck alcoholcs who want to et r H. Love, funnel supervsng prncpal of publc schools and senor connecton therewth?, % place n the last yen fear, havng made the np by j was the one whch had been stolen well how they may cto so.. "OLL ON TKXAS MOON \V l j lny Hcltfra mna Tflug jme, s fcat.uretl m artcle n a shortly before, but the men had eferred to Bates Navy has vast Calforna desert "Perhaps you would lke to wrte s\y, t MON.,, Mo :n VM ( warden and Jvns Browne took t cotlnnd mafjnzme. "The llust atcd " Her pcture WHS also pub- t las been recorded that on more dsappeared. Mr. Urbanlak then repled on arca t tcsl rocketss. msses. us for assstance. f you do not. KAUAV "THE MGHTY McOTK charge and kept the church gong. June 9: " have your letter of know any AA members wrte us at Emp, Wth Wwllm-r llrrrr K. TO Sl\, Shed n connecton wth the Hum one occason, Prnf.Love, as Tcker-tape shower erects return of Wlle Turnesa, golf hero. June 6, advsng that the State J Forrcstal urges a stronk naton P. O. Box 97. WoodbrldKc and a "SHEFF OF EDWOOD of New Jersey on behalf of the to bar chslavns of the world. representatve wll call at your VALLEY t rtlele... The Al Coleys celebrated ay leader, "conducted mornng home to talk over your problem. "LADV CASKK" Wlll jelr th weddk annversary Wld Hll.lllult - tl.k M,r. prayer wth only one person n the unday. Conatulntons... Pay-for-athletes ssue put oft Maybe we can help." Kohert l.nwr.v Tl S.. W l-.l)., Jl,V \\\l.ongregatlon. untl after the 98 Olympcs. "SECOND CHOlS" But n 99. ev. Walter Herbert Stowp took charge of the SAGS OLD COAL J NO KFLE WEDDNG! "LAtCKNV N U HKAlt Mlk hey Tell Ma CAMBDGE. Jlass.-Wheh a Mehart Hlaync, Detectve Vlll.ntnlrr - l*hulrttt,ul,lnr,l Tlat Marty GreKasko and Dr. church and the result was a lttle prospectve brde appled for a "BEHND THE MASK p Deutsch, who attended the Man Street at oute, Woodbrdge, N. J. Sun. Mlt. ( rtus * manase lcense and a lcense to ons Club conventon n Atlantc ose Anna Pea ce. seln, wll become the brde of Phlp Leon POUDLY PESENTS * Kul lllrlllllthl * llnrhnrn carry a rfle at the same tme, Cty last week-end, wll never forget (lons the "boomps-a-dasy" elnhnrdt. Jr., New Brunswck, FODS, N. J. - P. A. -8 explaned that she and her future eyebrows were rased untl she Wth the Murphy Jesters, -who July, at St. Cecelas Church. ) husband were fond of target weghed a total of 9 pounds... seln.... THUSDAY, FDAY AM) ANDY NELSON ) shootng. Amarrage lcense WHS That t s not every puppy that SATUDAY > ssued but no cense was requred ALWAYS gets a rde home n a taxcab. The AT THE NEW "QUEEN OF THE t ) for the rfle. former Penny Cnncnnnon And her PETH AMBOY husband arrved at the staton n /jlahway AMAZONS" J BG HTS! lonc.. -llj:.?. HAMMOND OGAN a cab the other day; only to fnd Wth obert Lowcry and H,n n\>s (M V - KDW A SATUDAV, JUNK f. > ^.-. that ther pooch had followed Patrca Morson NGHTLY EXCEPT MONDAY llav", (rlr.tr ll.ln Paul Kelly - Osa Mas^ct them there. So there was nothnk to do but send the CO back home Mat. P. M. lve. 7. M. and "( \lt\n \l N COSTA. UCA" n D the cab.... Saturdays. Sundays, Holdays "CALCUTTA" n Tnllor "STANUE JOUNEY Contnuous lrom *. M. Wth Alan ludd, Gal ussell Best n Lquors, Wnes and Beer, Lunches, SNDW AND MONDAY, UNE 9 AND JO K fl Gossp oute: and Wllam Bendlx..One thne you must, add to your NOW T; SATl-KDAV Dnners and Sandwches Ccor.r K;fl - Clare Trevor - Dck Foran n "lungs must hear".lst, Joe Yvonne DcCarlo. Bran Dulcvy SUNDAY AND MONDAY All: snow Svl STOLE A MLUQN" bnohucs rendton of "f had "SONG OF "BUCK PVATES NOW PLAYNG -Also y lfe to lve over."... amon, SCHEHEAZADE" COME HOME" W. < ^l<k - ldjrar Hcreen - Charle McCarthy n rater of Mrs. Charles Flynn, Avelel, ^has returned from France Tchnrolur n Techncolor VOl ( AN CHEAT AN HONEST MAN" jjur a years vst n her natve OY OGES "Tlly Peck.n no Wyn&n (hml- Jarmah tkadks MONTE CAHLO POOL AM M n Asbury Park on tlday. JNK > n ;S»/\V. U:DM:S)AV, THUSDAY, JULY,, Tracy Warner Baxter Katharn-...,,,,... --, < > -v > Wllam Frawley - Fr»nk Sulv tbct Uullc. Mclvvn l)uj;hs n " "CUMC JOCtO S MAN "!; S A <»! (ltass" HUNT" DTMAf TODAY Thru Wednc»d»y, July ru HE UPS POMSE LOVE... HE HEAT HABOS The foe* of an angel mak» th* heart of a dtvl n ths brazsn woman! -BG NTES- TONGHT TOMOOW - SATUDAY V FKKOSK (,K()l;M)S, SCHOOL STUEET, WOO)HH )( * WOODBDGE FE COMPANY No. DES - EFESHMENTS - SOOTHS E&vtF" ferlmlt&ffl

7 NDEPENDENT-LEADE FODS NEWS Clubwomen Km Season old" <»(» ) llk Dnner \ml KKC; (Jarmun, Mrs. llownl Madson! HPS ldlu- an aclvc.se;-,:... a «<v party, the Worn-.. lull " nds lfld dnner,,,r. t),\\. Mll:, Manor Tues-. nrh M. All " (^Vrj".;;)r(l, ) ()sj-. H ll" clul, spfkr n joru- >.c n mcnl.s md :, fr whch he. club prayer n.lrd n unrr. -.; dmr-l. Mrs. Howard Mal-.-..: t-nsll. ntul charman : p. ly. [mposed l.oast. n :M nl :» wn;:, to Mrs. Ovor-.. f :.n.. Mll!: D le lme :> l l Cnuvj Around He.r.. lrl led by Mrs, Al- ;. sv..s ; n f yr (. ;: (l flt lp w o r k m ll lc HH.l year. -,,-MJ hanked he n.s- -.Hl.oposcd her lul Mr ".,s, n tn; form...nl. m,., sunn lo Ur l.nl llnun JUH." bclf,r t, w-nnc and wshed Descrbes Tour M...: m h ntroduced An T Carder. Folds nusl. :,,;.n clubwoman, who spoke : -ccl our of Nevada. n Nvtfla. Mrs. Gardner, m :(!! md vewed the- spee-, L Pyramd Luke,,.- MVUS concluded wth WuKhs Club smn, fu! n.- present were Mr..]!. Nchot; Elku. Mr. and (ll v.c Frrdmuuhcn, Mr. \l, Fnrk Dck, Jr.. Mr. r. l)!; S, Ms; Laverne ;-l: an..v * Howard Mud- M..m M, Hdljc Weary. :!!!> Dell. Mr. and Mrs.! DurJ.m, Mr. and Mrs. ; nn. Mr. am Mrs,. l!u lln. Mr. dd Mrs. M M.Hd Mrs. James..n. M and Mrs. Stephen M:. K-e Ksh. Mr, and.,,n,m Wan rn, Dr. and Mrs.. Drll:,c Mr. and Mrs. Jolner. and Mrs. John Pel- Other:, lrsel - (Ml v/.-re Mss uth V. and Mrs. Edward Jo- MA A Kwmkowsk, Mr. M.-.. Wllam Scully. Mr. and :, Zupkn. Mr. and Mrs. Allardn-., MJ.JUJU Mrs. Hans n. Mr. and Mrs. Edward All Tt-n-M Mller, Mr. M.- (!.:--, l.clnan. Mr. and \V::n Hlwelcr, Mr. and,. Tlnpsoll, Mr. K Ma: (t. Mr. and Mrs. n T!,,n; M. Mr, :nrl Mrs. [,!.. Mr Hd Mrs..Joseph.... Mr..,hl Mrs Kms Kr..:., l H-,m Mr, and Mrs...-\\.\.-.l M, and Mrs. \MV CrlWcds lomas kalh, Jr.. : > >!.!(UOH Mss Lllan., da..hr of Mrs. M- /.Mrl, vv; LM;: Laure Street, Xrnv. n.s marred re-, ma.-. Kath, Jr., spn of. Mr., Thmu.s Kalh, Grove. s James rectory. ev. ] (rlln perlorucd the -M. t J s chard was the n.-m and Mss Helen,\ AH, (n brdesmad. The man v.a> Wllam Kath, u ML l)(lc[uoom, and Kam was tle usher. ll uy le father, the, ;>.. Lt Lrr n a whte hccr mwn styled wth : # yoke tllmetl Wth a. "A n rysepolllt lace, A M-length vrtl was arranged lan Dl unue blossoms n (alled a prayer book [ l \wl an orchd and nl swjetc/lka... rdul lattendants wore -. -u- Ljows fashoned wth ndces and full skrls. They cam-udcs of yellow roses uuor OWTS, Ms ch- "M ml Mre, ard Mss "/ \urv yulluw. ncwlyweds left on a wed lo n Mnnesota and on rn wll resde at the l l lt parents. The brde- " vcd wth the u. S. Navy mnhs..wsn KTK) ;l)! The and Club " Mr:;. Mlton Hunsen, "" Avenue, wth a brthday Ajtn^;.; luj.st present were eler Kt.-nussen, Mrs. ; AkMton, Mrs. Walter ""» Ms. John Sullvan, "n Juhl, and Mrs. Joln t s O(S FKOM MASS. " ) ; l«mr. and Ms. Joln ) J.. ul Ffth Street, ths " furrtunng Jofn Hutul y-d\h Elver, n MBa,»«.V WHSKKY SHU v? KW just a. "". at sett from Lverpool : " M - u "- Lberty Shp Paul -sluvwtd and wobbled K" -, tons of Suotcl wasnt the cause. ; The shps pvppeller had THUSDAY. JUNE K. 7 nbepenbent - leaber Gay Party Marks Fords Lons Club nstallaton, Lades Nght Mrs. Albert Larsen s Hostess To G. O.P. Women of Second Ward Plans Art Launched /orj Also, )rescu wcre Mrs. Hc ell vnc n Jllly Mrs. Chnstenscn, Mrs. Vernon Chrstenscn, Mrs. Martha Dodge, Mrs. Andersen s Honored FODS The Second Ward Womans epublcan Club met at he home of Mrs. Albert Larsen on Summt Avenue. Mrs. Mac Laubach presded. Follownc the formulaton of plans to hold a plcn c at Fords Park n July, a surprse farewell party was ven Mrs, Karen Andersen, who s leavn soon to spend throe months wth relatves n Dcntnark. Mrs. Maron Dunhara Mrs. Agnes Hanson, Mrs. Mary Larsen, and Mrs. Johanna Andersen were hostesses. Present wcre: Mrs. Lena Walts, Mrs, rene Watts, Mrs. Helen szso, Mrs. Hose Morrcll, Mrs. Margaret Homsack, Mrs.,Mac Laubach, Mrs. Else Boos, Mrs. Florence Baumn, Mrs. Anton Lund, S\, Ms. Kahcru Lucka, Mrs. Charles Ncary. Mrs. da McCallen, Mrs. Helen Jermane, Mrs, Eleanor Batot, Mrs. James Selaffrck, Mrs. Margaret Pnell, Mrs. rene Hesn, Mrs, Eleanor Smnk, Mss ranc Smnk, Mrs. Elzabeth o s M sabel Toth, Mrs. Dora DefTler, Mrs. Anna Senune, and Mrs. Walter Shcatnan. Lousa Hatscn, Mrs. Ellen Baley, Mrs. Grace E>cucl, Mrs. Sorcn Peterson, Mrs. Pntra Lund, Mrs. Ella Lehman, Mss Betty Jane Macec, and Mrs. Grace Kovacs. all of Fords. Mrs. Mary Johnson, Mrs, Margaret Mcars, of Perth Amboy, and Mrs. Lousa Jensen, of Newark, were guests. A partng ft was presented, to Mrs. Andersen by the club. Mrs Anderscn also won the dark horse prze. Ann M. Muzur, Metuchen Ex-Army Man to Marry FODS Mr. and Mrs. J. M,! Massur, Jr., of Woodbrdgc; Avenue, have announced thej engagement of ther daughter, Ann Mj., to Clarence V. Slover, of ose Street, Metuchen. Mss Mazur, a graduate of Perth Amboy Hgh School, attended the Jersey Cty Medcal Center School of Nursng. She s now employed at the Metucho} Natonal Bank. Mr. Slover, atctcran of two and a-half years n the U. S. Army, also attended Perth Amboy H(?h School. Ex-Chefs of Fords Fre Co. Feted at st Post-War Banquet Kxchefs u the lords re (ommuy luxnel.u annual l.n urt were, Nlt to rght, /. llurvh,. Duflham, ; " A. Hlnt, A..Sndet. FODS--lor the frst lme n fve years, the Fords Fre Compaly held ts annual ex-chefs banquet at "The Pnes," An excellent dnner was followed by a seres of short speeches, durb whch, banquet charman chard Krauss presented ex-chef badges to the men beng feud, After We welcome address, nveu by C. Uladu, toastnfa.ster Beralmdt Jensen ntroduced guwt speakers, anong whom were the New Jersey State Fremen^ Assocaton presdent, Chrs H. Hasseljuhn, and Mayor August p. Qrelnef. The evenng was cllhaxed by a fve-act entertanment,. ancty Photo, tup, shows members recovk perfect buttons from Dstrct Governor-elect A. Clayton Hollander. John Hawkns, dstrct governor, s seated far rght. At left, outcome Presdent (eorgp E. Kovar s shown presentng new Presdent Samuel 8, KuU wth presdents button. At rght buve, photo shows lades recr.vk Kfts from members, From left to rlt, Mr. Esner s shown presentng gft to Mrs. Hanson: Mr. tlansen to Mrs, Lund. (Photos by Laks.l loto above, taken at lons Club tnmuct, slunvs Presdent Kovac handng certfcates to lour men who have dstngushed themselves by ther works n the past year, From left to rcbt they arc Stme.l. Fre Co.-Crrus to Have >) Shmm-Toduv POpS For one day- -enty today tltc Bond Bros. Crcus wll ptch ts tents on CqTlelle Street, opposte the Fords Frehouse. A matnee and evenng performance wll be gven. The show s sponsored by the Fords Fre Company. Fords Church. Sodalty Sponsors Dunce Sunday FODS The Blessed Vrgn Mary Sodalty of Our Lajly of Peace Church held a belated May Dance Sunday nght at the church audtorum. The room was decorated n a May theme wth whte streamers and garlands of pnk flowers. On ; tn- commttee were Maron Schmdt, charman; rene Cl eh, ; cu-churman, and Marjory ock, decoratons charman. Musc was suppled by Baron Bobck and. hs orchestra. Presented to For Work at St. k FODS For Ue/outatahdng work they have done for both the church and the church school for the past year," Mss Joan Elko and Warren Perdlnandsen were presented, wth yold crosses at St. Johns Eposeopal Church. ThfCVoKses, gven by Mrs. Cath Mne, Baloh n memory of wr father, JV Henry Jago, were, presented to Mss Elko and M?, Ferdlnandse by the ev. F. New ton Howden, vcar, ^ ta Benzer Brde Of Fords esdent Pttsburgh Grl, Arthur Gloff".Well n Ktes At St. Bonface FODS. Announcement has been made of the marrage of Mss ta Benzer, daughter of MrJ and Mrs. John Gerl of Pttsburgh] Pa., to Arthur Glff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lous Oloff, 8 Ffth Avenue. The double rng ceremony was performed by the ev. Allen Meyer at St. Bonface Church n Pttsburgh. The brde was escorted by her father, wth her sster, Mss Mldred Gerl actng as mad of honor. Mss Maron Kocak of Pttsburgh, was the brdesmad. The best mfrn was obert Han L derhan of Fords, and obert Gloll of Pttsburgh, brother of the brdegroom, was the usher. The newlywcds, after returnng from a wedduu trp to Nagara Falls and Atlantc Cty, wll resde temporarly at the home of hs parents. Oloff, a graduate of St. Marys Hgh School, Perth Amboy, served four years wth the U. S. Army, ncludng a two and a-half year tour of duty n the Aleutans. Ha s at present employed by the Calforna Ol eflnnu Co. n Perth Amboy. FODS NEWS PAGE Bvat; Fords Lons nstall Slate He mpressve Ceremones Mark Annual nducton; Mert Awards Presented For Attendance; Gfts Gven to Lades KOUDS -Tho Kurds Lons Chl held ts annual banquet.m"nlay ntflt at Manns Class Bar n Metuchen. A bg cvon n the busy your of tho dub, tn purpose of the mclntf s tn nstall new OHHTTS, nduct now members and honor the wves and sweethearts of the men n the club. The ovpn started nva patrotc note, wth tlp s\ngnj[ of "Amerca," and pledgng ahpnance to the flar. After ths, the assemblage rected the Lons prayer and drank (ho Lons toast, gven n- Jt>hn Hawkns, Dstrct Governor. Presdent KUVHC then pad trbur n the women, thnnklnc them,,,,,,,.,,., f», he evalnes (hey had spen. dn,:_ Jowph G-clnn. nd Vcelu- whle he members wre rnuaued n Mns Club work. Durng M, KO<KS addtsx. each lady A;S uven jewelled brooch, and hnnks were exlended by Mrs. Wlhrd Dunham roevr CrrtMe»tfx Presdent; Wllnrd Dunham, rd Vce-Prpsldet; Edward Stern,.nn Tamer; and Chules luenberne. Tal Twster. Drectors lor wo years arc Jacob Boeref, and Cpt. EH. Charcps New Offlcere. Sppaknu to eael new offcer n Movm he lenftthy promw turn. Mr Hwknj outlned ther lonu lhroh dnner, Preslden. new,,<., dutes,, md,, m, ull charged Un, lue them ww wth Kovr presented CerUflcute.s of performng them conscentously Mm D Joseph Dambach. Stephen and well. Frost. Hluer asmussen, Samuel Mr Hjuvkns spoke of Uonlsm? Kau. ;ud John Green. These eer-, n NfW Jers(. yf SHyn(! u, tt the tlflfutrs uere awarded n recog- Llnns lead flu Qthe,. Mty[ce c, ubs nton of he ou-swndlnu servces j n, he sute One of lhe b^d,^ these men ht»d done, ther club! n,, sad s p ordj)- Hf also vn[se( and ther communty. Unfortun- Bob Mulvaney for the splendd Job to receve hs certfcate. Km her splendd work n deco- MK the Lons Club float whch ted for frst place n the "Welcome Home" parade, Mrs. Edth snu.ssen was also presented wth. a cprtflcale of mertorous servce. eceve New Mtmbers UHf the Lons bell. Mr. Kov- C then turned the meetlnu over u Dstrct Governor John Hawkns, who nducted new members Mchael Volosn, Dr. Davd Deutsch, and Dr. Mchael Hodes. n.solemn ceremony, the fledslnn members were presented wth the consttuton, by-laws, and button of the Lons. Mr. Hawkns exhorted them to mantan the fne standards of the Lons, and to! perform to the best of ther ablty such cvc servces as would be assgned them, A. Clayton Hollander, dstrct Bovernor-elect, then called twenty- ; sx members to the head table to present them wth perfect atten- dance buttons. The buttons were ; presented to those men who had not mssed a meetng for the past,! year. The men lauded by Mr, Hollander for ther attenton to duty were: Mr. Dambarh, Henry Dambeck, Lous Cyktor, John E«an, Capt. John E. Eaan, Wllard ] Dunham, Martn Gertasko, Stf- phen Frost, Joseph Grelncr, Phllp : Gokenler, Fred Hanscn, Samuel Kt?,, Anton Lund, George E. Kovac, Charles LeucnbeKer, Charles j Mro.s Jr., Dr. alph Deutsch.. llnberl P. Mulvmey, Alex Nasy. Alyn Pelersnn, Adolph Quadt, Harry Prtrojovsky. Holnr asmussru. Peter Sonderuaard, Edward Stem, and Martn Wess. ^ j Followng the presentaton Mr. Hollander made a short spcccl tlankk the Fords club for ts.support the recent electon, and prask Mr, Hawkns, whom hf s replacng as dstrct uovcrnor, for the splendd work Mr. Hawkns ; has dune whle ll oflcc. Mr. Hollander then called obert Mulvaney, Joseph Dunbach, man of the 8ereeant-at-Arms commttee at the recent Lons Club conventon at Atlantc Cty. Mr Mulvaneys group, he went on to say, had done one of the most effcent jobs he has ever seen. Speakng of what Lonlsm means to the Unted.State* and the world. Mr, Hawkns ponted out the?ood work Lons Clubs luve done n such faraway places as Caracas. The concluson and hlfth spot of the evenm conssted n the ceremony n whch Mr. Katz took over as the new resdent. After recelvu the presdents button from and Dr. alph Deutsch, to receve ; chevrons for ten years servce. Mr. Kovt; ntroduced those at among whom were S. K;t/., DKC lusnuss, Juseph Danhscl, and j Parella, pesdent of the Steplton A. Frost A lftl number of the Kro >. also Martn OHara, artan Townshp; Perth Amboy Lons Club, and Mrs. nmorrd, Jont ( ltc, was not present to receve j and Mr. and Mrs. George Slelo, the.nv.rd. Fords. CUUH SOCAL FODS A socal sponsored by St. Johns Church, was lel last h t & t» l l Parella; Georee L. Toms, Pres- dent of the Dunellen Lons Club. land Mrs. Toms; and John >f T. (f fffll.s Waste j Zanowlc, Secretary of the Dunellen L)s Club Paper; Your Help Urged FODS A waste paper collecton for the beneft of the Fords Lons Club cvc mprovement fund wll take place Sunda,y. Bet»nnn at VM?. "M.,, paper, cardboard and magaznes. ted u secure bundles, wll be pcked ap from n front of your home, n the nvent rff ran, the collecton wll take, place the followng Sunday. Helen Hrabk Funcee Of Woodbrdge Veteran FODS MrTand Mrs. Mchael Hrabk, of -} Gordon Avenue, have announced the engagement of ther daughter, Helen Madelne, to John McClelland Van Decker, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Van Decker, Man Street, Wood- Mss Hrabk s employed by the Paramount Specalty Shop n Perth Amboy. Mr. Van Decker, now employed by Ue Shell Ol Company n Sewaren, spent three years n the U. S. Navy, ncludng duty n the South Pacfc. Both are graduates of Woudbrdjje School, club. Kovac Thanks Members n hs farewell speech foownn the ntroductpn, Mr. Kovac thanked tthe members for ther cooperaton, and asked them to gve ht, successor Sj.mucl KaU all the support they had ven hm. Mr. Kovac stressed the fact that he was proud to have been the head of an organzaton whch had dstngushed tself by ts great servce to ts communty. Joseph Greer talked brefly, prasng Mr. Kovac as a "splendd cller and an untlrlntt worker." Mr. Grener spoke for the club when he sad that they were glad to have been led by a man whose unflaggng zeal had enabled them to make great progress durng the past year. Presdent Kovac. after expressng hs grattude for. the trbute, thanked Mrs. oyal S. PredmSre, wfe oflle late oyal 8. Predmore, for the Thlmted support she tad gven hm and hs club. As hs last move n the offce of presdent Mr. Kovac turned the meetng over to Dstrct Governor Hawkns, who nstalled the new offcers. They were Samuel Katz, Presdent; obert P. Mulvaney, Secretary: Stephen A. Frost.Trmurer; Fred Hansen, st Vlce-Pres- Atteton Fords esdents! ecent addtons to our tdltoral staff, ud a slght ncrease n vur jllotment of newsprnt, wll henceforul enable, us to, handle Fords news more fully. We shall try our best to prnt all unnjmncements of engagements, weddub, brths, and other tems of nterest f phoned n by Tuesday of the yeek n whch they are vto be publlshtd. Call the NUEPENP^NT-LEADE offce, Woodbrdfe 8-7, between and U A. M.. «td ssk for ttalph Blls. -,o,v Mr. Kovac, and presentng the latter wth A past-presdents certfcate, Mr. Katz made a very mpressve speech, the theme of whch was the skhlfcance of thp name Lons. The lon, Mr. Katz began, s a symbol of courage, strength, and fdelty. But the name Lons, he went on to say, means much more. He ponted out that each letter n the name of the club has a specal sgnfcance. "Lberty, ntellgence, Our Natonal Safety.", Tp Mr. Katz, lberty means a meat deal. He told n hs speech of benp arrested as a boy of fourteen for nsultng the Emporer of Austro-Hungary. Hs offence had been to menton that he wasgont; to Amerca where "everyone s called mster," and where no one has to bow and scrape and adopt menal atttude. Gong on to the other letters. Mr. KaU exhorted everyone to relan and use hs ntellgence n order to preserve Amerca as t s. Amercas Concern Our natons safety, he sad,.should be the. concern of every wood Lon and every ood ctzen. Thus, begnnng and endng on a patrotc note, the meetnb was concluded. Present at the banquet as guests were: Mr. and Mrs, Gerald Pawlla. Metuchen; Mr. and Mrs. A. Clayton Hollander, Melucen; John Hawkns. ed Bank; Mr. and Mv Geow Toms, Dunellen; John Zanowc, Duncller; Mr. ad Mrs. Gene Blau, Perth Amboy; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Waverezak, Perth Amboy; John Hossler, Sellersvlle, Pa.: utgers, N. J. C. Students Are Wed WOODBDDE-Ar smple but mpressve servces Monday l«l( n Hlton Methodst Church, Maplewood, Mss Conne Harrman, daughter of Mrs. Jesse Harrmar, Seafoam Avenue, Lnden and the late Horace M. Harrman, became the brde of Arthur P. Locker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Percy H. Locker, 7 Church Street. ev. Homer W. Hendprson, pastor, former mnster of the Woodbrldge Methodst Churuh, performed the ceremony: The brde was attred n a black bengalne sut wth pleated peplum Jacket. She wore whte accessores and a corsage of wwue oses and bouvarda. Mrs. Cecela Ollnes. New Brunswck, sfter of the brde, as matron of honar, wore a black and wlute checked sut and Mack accessores. Charle H. Gllne$, brother-n-law of the brde, served as bct man. Mr. and Mrs. Locker wll make ther home at Thym Off on the ancpcas n Ewansvlle. Upon ther return they wll go to New Brunswck to resumt ther college studes. The brde graduated from.ahway HK -School and, s a senor, a ), the New Jersey College lor Women. A graduate of Wood brdge Hgh Schooh Mr. Locker served as a leutenant bombarder for three yeura n the Array Ar Carps- He s a senor at utgera Uuvetsty. SON AVES "*"" FODS-Mr. and Mm. Aathony : Pap; announce the nrrwal of»sou bora Prldtty.>t th,e Perth km\

8 FT.HT nbepenfcent-leader \alotmlhghmn Safety ( am pagp W«r *. Natonal»a:. WNG AND A PWK" r-y : and * Sdmethnf to br Proml of w<>.. ha- >>*>: rchly umtd amp! f "f ;, Th for on? < t ha am -nv-ct \ *!;.- alert V thfr r<" ;pon VX*V<.rerat r>: to -ay they h;:vf r; to < plft *- a:;y ta*k hty hav» Hll dd whether t hf to - ; ;»p:. Xpf!,-lVf Fr-. -!(«l,."..r ;)"«* v jre to f/:u.< -n.t Ad :,.deal r.,*- -l.t/. t- L- (".\h - untlj.-^ "rn"-r (vt -(-pnv- a< t alters.; t:f < n.murtv a r thousands of neet>- falce- to a. the F^rd* Lbrary or.<. p. eo.npmrt for the f-v ;»<". r;<] j St. ^ < Jh \V< e<! lfe or elmnat* *.rhft( accdent-* whcn u :- -.. orr.v..>". person. v «((,<( T" r.tre<t> and h jr h A a a onomc (.*.* <<( over *.v - r.-- ked, <?> th<#e ost lves, tht pa p ;r;»r r.».le newspapers fotrtjuto:; *o -, r. ;<:! the economc o<* jn<. realzatonthat, wth prop < vnjr), thpj could have bt«\",,- j,re«u! of tte Presdent.- Mpr.,-J,;.V dr.-fvrenee last year a.h The..r»..t r*.-.tjf of the Conference la.-t k. ;!,::<-:,^r.e effort s foe.n^ made v* ; r.-.ff: acder.j n the future. -\. /;;-.-.lrcady been accomplshed ;r.,;.-. of traffc enforcement and er,-. *.,.;/. TV Natonal Hghway Safety > J:. atona! phase of accdent prever.- ; ;,:. ha- tt-en sgnfcantly ponted out Ma. cr. fhlp U. Flemng, general n f. d da;. j,;t ;*< number-, a;*.- n.her attanment. th*- men. <.rrtv "ff the Presdervts Hghway go < ;>tly toward ther goal. To u-,. thv : S;»v oft-rence. that bref, spasmodc repn--nt the dtrnocratc sprt n t< true.-* ; ;r jpa/."* wll not brng lastng results. n hs language and n hs actons n a.-hot, "dragged and put underground wth, frutless and bewlderng thrust to prevent quck-lme. ; enactment of the law. le has called t; Tn- Unted States s concerned because "unworkable" and "vcous" and t s hardthe naton has a $,,, lvestock to magne Mr. Truman obtanng from hs! jndu-try whch wll be n jeopardy Hnt! assocates n the government any earnest j the danger of dsease s defntely removed, - durng the ralroad Htrkehe offered to go cucs power shovels, bulldozers, jeeps, F far beyond any of the h provsons of the Harttey k«t n at *fort k* wwtkth^.strke, but snce then has muntaned a sgnfcant slence. n addton t.j lack of t.. (tl (. mauy s s jray unts and dsnfectants. C()ntnues but experts beleve that.ans wll have to be burned or torn dent, Congretw a^v faled to receve an.\: : K lh th pg lq wlh the campagn to lqudate n-!k help from the leaded of the largest unons, j feru, (, nt, rt,; t my be dffcult to persuade The«e latter were unyvllng, even n tht them to hn ^her buldngs. face of the scourge oj recent-years strfe between employer and employea; to make a sngle concesson toward peace. We thnk, however, that despte the at- ttude of ther leaders, tht rank and fle J.- of labor wll lt vjllng to ^cept the regumposed upon ther orgunzatous y the Taft-Hartley law n the.same manp,er they expected employers to accept the ulatoks pf the Norrs-LaGuurda anl ner A^ts. Thf$, lke the rest.of us who sents Mmot twce the number of Amercans ff full producton as the only escape from who lost ther lves ll battle durng jft aeous derjesso), need not accept the World War. Death from (these dseases Jabor-Munagement Act us the fnal word le says, are three tfnes as JuKb as cancer for even ts ajathorj) clum no such per-sfecton tmes as hgh as) accdents, eght tmes n ther work. a* hgh ap pneumona, eleven tmes as hgh As n all mportant undertakngs, a heas tuberculoss and at le»at fve hundred _ nnng must be mad«? toward the ultmate goal. n our9p,npn, the Taft-Hnrtley Ad,s only a begnnng ^nd nothng murethat experence and aceje practce of the Golden ule wjl suggest mftty mprow. -. penta fnd refnements. We ea/nestly hope that both partes nvolved wll act lke tmes t* hgfe p*xjya. u democratc Amerauw n ther of the law, j»nd not UH and To Study d fhtrt l).h,eaht.s of trt<" heart and blood vessels look the lves of more than 87, men Women and chldren n thrf country durng 9, accordng to Prof. Arle. Barnes, of the May^rJFoundaton for Mvdcal Educaton and esearch. The doctor ponts Out that ths repre- Tht* fgures cted should mpress every Amercan wth the necessty, foj prompt aluu to pjqvde adequate research funds n the lght aganst dsease of the heart and blood vessels. The dsease s often attrjbuft;d to the stress and stran of.so-called modern cvlzaton, but ths Jacks a great deal (f beng an exftct dagnoss. The mportant thng U to Wt pome research program pder fr e board &r.d :e! Her.!» Of put oj". of r.e church he d;dr.: mend f: ^ays. There.e.dry no exn.-e for euna - ->,d h,ur.dn :p=e: your wo:- p and rwkf.!-.j:<: to keep a } LOUSA. he w:o;p of three > cablframand latkf chfcx H<and narrv rurr. r When he came h<-n< r.» *;.. qute a ot an a f",r...- fore hf left )-, a;:! -.-,-. jnkne *av atton?»;.;:,. rr but d.dn"; u\\t a.*;> (-.: - a.«. was hurt ar.c ur.-.f-,. vanted m^ to gw* up rr.v - s,ad he would flr.ar.t- rr/, ur. he coud come b?r> *:/, ;ng me no: ;D fo out -<.;;.. -,. \ ddn t accept -the rr.^;>-. thought :t *».< better ;-, ;... as had been dont-. )>,_ nuure. Snce he aftemoor. t ;. have neve had a sn?!e *r ; eeven year-. hm. kept wnt;r.s :r «! a man r.,-..r mgh; be sck or hnt.»; npd out unu a year a.-n :» a nsy letter from a v..^,-.:- -. ;ng lo be h<. wfe. He had always adcrev-;-; : hs nf* and asked me -. rwmp nd jo* an^ry t,:\hr. [ do so. have some bant-:.-.. out to hm and me :.-. thny can do. ve.net: to forget all ths but a - t:n. on :t sets worse. ca:. j-auht. When he wa; a: : at homf, gave hm mr:>-. Car. do anythng r.. bonds o; ;:e way ;-.<. eavr.^ me fat wo-.;;-. know f he W.- unnj rr-.- famly.ncome nur. ; o Educaton, predct. Answer: Snce January 9.8 pack- There are so many thlr..- rtenw- for ther oly mcasurv n accept^g a. h Te - need for ntensve effort on the agev of fra- and vegetables have/ your caw of whch arr., r. oeen sold at New Jerseys protfql»»s U * ere rec, Bnzed *:.-. re.p.-:.-blty - ts worthness for the com-;!>;>rt of f-very man, woman and chld. jaucuon marker for $ lv?d a? hs wfe, there a:- mon good. Tn-, certanly,.«the hghest "Kac-h one of us. as drver or pedestran." Mlk prves wll be boosted from =taes that recognze tn; one c«at to a ctf; and a quarter; mon law marnage and yu; typ* (.f,servce that anyone can gv. and say-- ff-u-ral Flemng, "must accept n per Quart n all jeetons of Ne* cenanly have no trouble.r. an th<- Fords Club enters upon a new ve-ar yf>\ fath our own ndvdual respowwe w sh to congratulate t for ts succejw rly. Kach man, woman and chld must Under The State House Dome Jersey totaled $ durny!"^son r - leurn an > :: - a Jersey next week..., Unemploy-! :ng the bond>. Cwtasn.y.: mert nsurance payments n New j advanced h:m money ::-: of the past and wsh for t all good thng j c<.pt n hs own conscence, as before the May "a decrease of 86. or, vou. Jus: accept t as p,r.:y, By J. Joseph GrWnns per cent under Aprl, the what you loanea hm. n the future.! ;t.-, t hf n->j)onsblty for the can.seuence.- State Unemployment Compensa- You could p-obaby SM* :..: lt^ state and natonal of h- own acts." on can TENTON-Vacaton day, are the State. Senate Presdent Charles lon Commsson anonunces.... breach of promse bu;.;: months to prevent hem from gettng chlled. An ounce of pre- Emuloyment n the manufactur- f he ha? sone away ar.d ; nearly here or a; Stau- ofl-a..- K. Barton, of Paerson. a! bewell le proud of the Ford Lons (luh j That can mean only one thng. We mls; but lho.se partrpdu ;n the mportant task of :tv:.-;nt New Jer-Jersey. The 6-year-old whte- no cure, they clam. "ome Acung Governor of New cauton a prceless when there s ndustres n New Jersey de- flat, there s not much ;; We cfrtarhv arc! ;ll, by our own ndvdual efforts, strve creased, du-ng Aprl, brng- strrns; uo a commoton a:/ seys -yea-od State Consttuon. Whle tn- redrafted of tru- accordng to the State Department brngng all ths before,:.- ; constantly for the mprovement of the pub- thatched Passalc County Senator $o&. - Synthetc "soapless n(! the total employed to 78.. : ably hurtnj your ch:.::--, m\ ked because of hs «uck Soaps- are provng a boon to Stale le- atttude toward safety. The result wll Stale Charter are workng a*ay of Labor.,.. are books and : unless you are forced "o. w: and outstandng ablty to nsttuton* because of decreased Let# (fve t A har Chance! n New BUP^V/-!; HS s.mnnr be lhe sjlarng of our own lves or those nmvrf remedes for the most n- a bor "lower ens; and more hortrcate problems. Hs bref regn Documents valued a: $, and ; most pollt-ul >adf." M :l bo relaxng on dstant aches and <: as Actng Governor of New Jer- Bureau of the Dvson of Purchase Now that the hystera of Presdent Tru Ug" n cleanng the State Testng ncludng em. publshed as early Addrfss your lett<r«n- of the ones near and dear to us. a.s 7P have been receved by ut- "Lousa," P.. B«\ :.: mans bout wth Congress over the so-called j much cook-: areas. (Contnued nn Paqe 9) * Oran«eBurg. S. < sey s beng awated wth much ^^ Property has found Governor Alfred E. Dvsco pleasure by hs frends, labor-management bll s subsdng, t c;«n j AS real.soap and soap powders plans to start hs summer vaca- are ^ ^ and expensve, deteronly be hoped that both partes "whch vvl (. S, Helps Mexco on by attendng the Councl of PO O: The spectre of nfan- g en!s w hch are on the market v. affected by the new law and tht The "one-world" dea gets a boost by "Jovernoh to be held n Salt Lake lle ralyss whch hovers over now have found the answer to Cty from July H to 6. Follow- New Jersey dunna the summer! th e soap p-oblem whch has been emnent, a* well wll address them-ch:f.s Atn-.rcan nterests n the Oght that Mexco onj the tlrre h.w of work, the months thus far has pulled K*a ggantc one n State nsttutons assduously to the task of promotng peace - wakhk aganst the dread hoof-andand mutual understhdnf. pnouth dnease that s ravagng lvestock not sure whether he wll get as Snce January la.st only thr- cal whch ads water n ts cleans- [.-. D;.-to.:,: plan yuncnes ana State health offcals durnk the days of the real soap a trp wf-l. Te l.e executve s report there s no cause for alarm, shortage. A detergent s any clnm- Q" S FO DUALTY L t f»rtun»tely--a(l n ths respect Mr." tll( ""thfrn part of our nekhbornu far sva.st a.-. Hawa, w not, Upon teen cases of the dreaded dsease j n g act;j on tun:w he G/.H-nw wll spend. have been reported wthn Ne.v ; Trumans responsblty sbroad and grave! < " u lf. v Atter athorotfgh study of the... Buy Qualty not queston marks - few day? n MH- and Jeturn to Jersey, whch s sllghmy less than new det.er rj en-s the Sute" Testng the S. HOUM: ;n late July, novmal. Durng 96 a total of Bm. Pflll L ", m m l,, n j, H. when you purchase your fre and casualty the Congressonal attempt at tryng t<>! Tn- e.vppctaton s that the Admnstrah" balance the -power between employer and j tnn wll ask Congress for $6,, fo grnd uf ben^ Govrnor has th-ed the.. State. most of whch. occursd "soapess soaps." Many varetes that BK-HU-C le 8-lou-a-day 7 cases was reported throughout, pubjc""nstltutontu7out new nsurance polces. Years of skll and experence do count n gvng our polcy holdert he labor unons faces a most dtlcult contnung the battle. Already,, head hm. Dscol plan,, to akan re- durng the summer months. are Qn lhe market n facl over a turn to hs..umme rottage on a Durn; the years? and 9 lhousand. The Testng Bureau of Qualty nsurance protecton. ] future. The Presdent threw all cauton toof nfected or exposed cattle, hogs,goats ako ntn- t:«- Canadum br.cle- n nfantle paralyss epcemc^ of ^e State Purchase Dvson wtjl the,wnds and, ndeed, bccann hystercal; and.-lnfp have been bought by the herd, August w-e!<; :c -.vll tomnue the larse proportons struck New Jer- ald pub l C m^uutons select ther., r,,..., detergents f the offcals so desre, who have,-een the Governo bum- years the number of polo cases ng the mdnvht nl at t.c rftate n the State-exceeded the nne Captol tht after n.fh. arc b.undred mark. unanmous acre-tun;* that he Xlast of the vctms of nfan- POLLUTON: Wth New Jerseys rvets and streams polluted,.,.,.... n ndustral wastes n nearly all deserves a uood vacauon. tle paralyss are chldren under sect ons Sute offca!s are watch. epublcan Sute Charman ten years of age. Despte a wde- lng wth nu. rest a n. and eosuv Lloyd B. Marslj. of Hawthorne, spread popular mpresson that program ntated bv the Natonal also pla^ to spend much tme at. the dsease strkes the ctes and Lead-Companv dspose of sulhs summer cabn at Greenwood (congested areas only, n some u- Dh U rr ar ; r wjmte frnm n Kavro and sncere effort at makng ths new ap-:the Mexcan Government moved quckly ourf,,r, Lake durng,,.,o,,,,manth, the hot months. Ot!;e rm..,-.vnhnth explaned manner mar, - t a.«also XPnuncdC.Q Hts waste rom ts bayevlle plant n proach to u long problem workable.. \ to quarantne the area affected but requres State offcals and jursts wll chldren on farms all over the The program costng mllons travel to favortevacaton spot* country. of dollars, contemplates the dumpng of the waste n the sea at a The Taft-Hartley bll has been gven! Amercan help n order to elmnate the tto relax and et away from the State Health offcals warn parents to keep a close watch on ther months of thought and consderaton bythreat entrely. humdrum of poltcs and owtk. When Governor- Dlscol! leave. pont over the rocky Hudson ver chldren durng the vacaton Gorge, thrteen mles south- southeast of Scotland Lght Shp; ten the representatves of the people, who: Amercan heavy equpment s movng nvotc-d overwhelmngly to.rebuke, the res- tho plague spots and Amercan experts mles from the New Jersey coast, and about fve mles from the dents atttude on a subject to whch he av beng sent nto Mexco to help n the OU DEMOCACY nearest extreme lmt of the fshng grounds known as the "Mud- has gven merely lp-servce. t s true Hat battle. K( ujpnent from ths country nhole." :/(. BEAD-MAKESWBEAO-WNNES*^ WOMANS PLACg WAS N THE HOME -ONLY TH MAN WENT FOTH TO WDK, TODAY, MAMY THOUSANDS OF AMECAN WOMEN SUCPESSFULLV COMBNE HOMEMAKNG WLTHCA CW A* WOMENS VOCATONAL HOZONS HAVE WDHNfOJHU.fr ESPONSBLTES HAVE 6KQWN TOD. WOME-MAKMS *TL, THVAl CAYNG THB SHAK OF THt FAMLY* SUPPOT AND OF THE FAMLY? SECUTY THV6H LCE NSUANCE, $AV N6S AMD THE OF A 6-foot wase-dsposal barge has been constructed to transport the waste from the producton of mantnm pgment "far out to sea The company clams that despte the protests of sportsmen, the njury to marne lfe, f any, wll b a»j mul a*> w> b^ nsgnfcant, - State offcals who are much concerned about the polluton ol.-.t-ams. consder the venture a fne precedent vtucl cousd bt followed by otoer manufacturng concerns who carelessly dump ther *a.->:*-s ;no rvers and streams Ath no consderaton whusoeve. fo:- the nhabtants lvng down- New Jerseys rany.-.jjnf months wll result n a flvt ;»: ctnt reducton ln truck crops, ;l.t- Crop eyotn! Servce of Ut Unted States Department ol AL: ujtue predcts. rht- afgrtate producton of t-tv; of Ntw Jersey sprng and t-any summer truck crops for the fr. maket s estmated at J,- 7<) tons UJ) year compared wth M> ton.-, larvesttd n 96 Aujdn; to June estmates pclucju of asparagus, *ummer M.P tjtj,. beets, summtr cabbj.t. onons peas and srawbernt-. wll be below Uat ol last year Au uta.td producton of sumt- celery, nn-umbtrs, sprng lettut- and ;-,Jmn spnach s predcted. n tne :a.ea tle changes from last waun ae due tu shfts n autaee. but the department clmnt n most acea Uv reductons at- due to lghtt yelds pj; a bausr of ttfavoube weuther The Stale Department of HealU rewrls that,, persons WM* vaucuatcd n New St^y dunt tlu: recent «caf A l j dogs ruj<)nx at fff frm Wn placd nu tht northern MC,m K *dow :.!-. )! M.ddlesex County a> preerr. the s-pread of rabes. Fdrr.:..e<, of -New Jersey veterans ;,>.;t;.;:-ed more than a mllon and «jlf dolla:.- AO"." of household.j;::.ntj durng the past year : hrouur. Sute guaranteed loan--.he Sute Department of Ecor.- oac Development announces.. ; Electrc rales of the Jersey Cen- t:al Po»-e: and Lght Ccmpftnv, have been reduced *7.OO annually through the efforts of the Bate Board / Publc Utlty Commssoners.... Facltes for hgrt- er educaton n New Jersey, unless supplemented by temporary bud- ngs, wll not meet the needs! young men and women ths fal John HJBoshart. State Comm.s- E.. FNN * CO. ealtors 9 Man Stretl WoodbrMge, N. J POTECT YOUSELF Pay by ttecfc others make mstakes«jwu wont be tne loser, f you pay by check. You havevajecprd of your expend; tures, and legal recept* whch you can produce a:; evdence any tme. Best of all, there s no work k.r you to do; the bank does the bookkeepng work for you. <orp. jf Payng by check t a *enble, tme s<r. ng, numpwy-av^way to protect yeu:st- W# ^^ to d checkng AC cu.>: Wth thj# t. UfEN HUOAVS :) U:U >. M. J. BANK!

9 ,.,A,^L^:\ A PEPENDENT -LEADE STATON W(T(, BUNSWCK LEGAL NOTCKK FGU, NOTCES THVfcSPAY, JUNE MM. NOTCES t.r.c.m. NOTKtS.FCA. NOTCTS llffrr n: M Mll MTK (- l*n,l( lal.lt "..- ^ > )tn.-» nf Tn WHns T M A \V:;\ M.. H «-r. > h- r!.,<".» T, nl l ;,- T, «!", *,.rnr*ep.*.<: n.-.-t At n rp(rul:r MC.K uf th# nl.tlrr.t!! v ll -nrnf t^«* a! l!«p»vrrh:.-r m ljnhcl *, M. n r.< Mrnll t ". M (-T n Un> C( ln! l ^> TMvnnllp flnnt.f nf m Tonn-m h n lt l.v HP p knj a,. H: Mull n,«wt. l.;,l*.. V.t l.rj.-v ml- ll. ll.,...,nr... t,., ",,,,. :- J.t- Slljtl ln ( *v!u trrrn^ uf ^.le on.ll.l (".WP^**.n. fl;,! At (M t,^ f ^t p mlrnrlae the t:\l t lnt nl M,[- rl..-; f wl on fn«. w relulre lll*. >h» T..W tulp wll, rl V r n t>n *. t. t,» tr!-«! l>, l(>r nr.ltm ;> Mlnt..tl.l. s;.,,., n p,r. nr nn, le.l- K«ln nn.!#.lffl for»»l,l r(m,t». h> tertj u( H-e on rtte rtth He n* T«WP» nn pe wn meet anr.f.ur. y tr- prjll n m.hum 7L, ;?, TvMhP < Lok,p*n > l»(,<..h(t.l S M. l(.t n * nnnnlt- ;.n:l Mv"tt- (..!; l lm..nf«<( $, KMlW. T>H»tl.(lerk Cllmhors, n r a l Mmth tnl :.lun l.tfm an,l llsr Kru pro t..? :. ; -. ; r.,n me, k ; - H T....,l\..rtstl nn-. UnllrllnK. Wn(H.rlr r». N*w. BPWV. v». for n,. mwt Of *<»l<>. T,K» furmor nntl TntnllP.tnltt»> :l,.l, nn.l,nu.nl t mm tn«, l>v rntv- ^, \\r\\ ft \ l V T u ^ V n A^M-yrn. tll,,.],,n, r n., n_nry nrlect. lte At a retl:r m t f t l n o the wth r., nl m l u r,lrlnlu n-rnent, fl,t M. "r t -. m ;, :, n. «,^ *. t* r, f > r t n s, (n.v Htl<l n t - l b l l «l ft ll m *.*.lf.l..v n,n(-, n "tln Tle- rnl.er n"l,r Hnt at»j,.,»r.n\.ut*. (» * y h t m. v <C Ulltur t«d. l,«t">wt*rtt fon ll»»* mwvn ll* rlnlt,u H l>«.. t- Ml - ( n.., > t..,, k r* nt.lt tlddm > t rtay <<rtert. (tup flnl,t-lk lvcn to trrm unt mte r<nu Ma «l ; ),<> r» T m t n! m n ll a Uar H. l M,\N. T, : *M:t l» \-\ f.t n Ptnlht Purfoh Hou*e flfwalen Thr H.Johns!. - v\ n " H, fc. m - k^" (J^ff./* E V \ \% L L U * ^ \ J M P T» k e T u r t M r null-c thul. the nn>r..f pnynctt, n cne one "! f Uno.l, ;.K<,.!.. ll >l,n..-. <*< < nf prrhrln;.trml uul *tl.-t jjuut lmr.-., -.\,.n^-r a ""tl d l l n U. n nf $(W t W H r d - * Towtllp fnmltlf. tnd, ly rr-<o-.f n m e mntnn M l *lml lp r"-.n,. M, M., «,«:..... H B H K!,,M M, S, M tt n «u,l c.n-.nn to,*. M H «>.,- pur.-m nv h f puf.mu nf h- P ; n s h. u P. ml "» M n-l sell at M-.a. Ta,. furrp notlot tfat t salt., ;, -lnt, lu,, :lt.l "M~,,*" J M*l><-t l.l.l-l«ur.r.llrk,,:,!,,,vr,,,,v,,afp\o,,.,., n.lrprnlen LMlM Jo term* nr s;lc nn Me wth tn \,f ml lornf l tle TWUp Cnn- " lwnnlp lcrk n»*n tn n t."llun. mltl«r r.prvm Mm Hjrlt n ts l]»- ln-hr < : «.«><» rtml tn le mlllhv n-ml nrnr.,. r, tr.n t rct (nf or m lll< StrTC or MBr A,lt "" "" "" l> " - l! "l> - >-" ~. mll >,. -.. r*r r <ul.l ^ T l),. n n n n r H:U, L lln.-lf TO WHOM k ^ * A* A T L MAY k%m f v CONOKKN- VWV*A V \. n l j,.,,. 7 Mr* mm t< n PAGfE *T HP \f^ at made fnv ".n- annual ha?n;.pnns*!«< by t t B. j, l l n s churrh. % Adrlmlf- CrowlBjr^.ml M> Cla.a NeH sv.s n lfts preumj " K» f"*" Mm. v Mr.- H.TV HtlMjr,.m. MK Wnm.w. D.uuc rstnp. Mr*. T.r:,f M. F N-vtUJl.u;l Mr \V PrDk Bumf, t* :.-.;,on WCTC. on tle dal, ww Brunswck lms nunnuncerl, fnllmvh! specal prornms,; he of pttlcul ntfrpst to rm-s n ths nnfl. [,,r,l» B: oclock, a de-,,,l bmntlcnst. wll feature thp,,,.tsp.v Gunlpt Clubs award, rnuton t.r> Johnson and Johur s fur HP most, attractve fnc-,,., n he States hghways. A 7: the younf people of,m! ver wll pre.sr-nt another,,;n n thpr ftertftnn!;..,., of spot ran tern.shows. l\n!uy marks lfp second ann-,,,ry of Unted Natons. At 8: \!h> rtzens of t.hc Grpal.pr mud Dook communp.s demon tl - md reafflm ther fath n, -rct nt.prnatonal body by.u ths date as Unted lfa< n, nay. Ther clrbratlon wll -tnaxod by a prosm LO be,,j(rn.st drpctly from the Bound..,,k Hlph School and wll n- :,l. vtal addp.sses by Dr. John,,v UunnB, leader n the feld :,nr of Columba Unversty..nnc research and scentfc ;,l Hurendranath Sen, secre-,:v general t«tho ndan dele- [,H to De Unted Natons. [nmotow n«ht wll be hghcd by le broadcast of the ;.,., mportant meetn; of the New,:.,ey Boys State Wpek delpgatps n:()(l P. M. At ths tme the,< n]y elected Boy Governor of the ::,Lte wll be gven the oath of of and Governor Drwoll s ex-,,! :cd to address the H.s.semblaue. Saturday wll see the frst flvn.tnlfs settle n ther new homes, the Veterans Housng Conpera- ;,v n Hamlton Street n New Brunswck and WCTC wll brnn,,n a delayed wre recorded ac-.,nt of ths event al 8: P. M. Sunday at. : A. M., the veku,u Sabbath servce wll be ared lh the ev. Charles A. Sheltgn ndnett; the.servces from NYw Brun.swck.-( Ebtezcr Baptst Cmrch. lle populu and entertanng :;,ul ver Varety Hour wll be ;...d n ts usual Sunday spot at ; no J. M. The Famly Home Hour at : M. offers deal Sunday after- :,,, lstenng for all.», The Communty of Dunellen s,lghted Sunday afternoon at f n» by a fnt movng, ear pleasng.mcal prouam ttled lle Dun- - rn Varsty Show. Monday. June, al : P. }f..,m exeellent lme for housewves,,:,d amuleur Karcleners lo make u of tle tmely and helpful hnts "tred by nenal Anna. LOKS on : n-- regular home servce program. orley Bowen, popular Mddlesex ((unty Af.ent.- returns to the mcrophone Tuesday at : P. M, wth another nformatve ed- tn of the Daly Farm Bulletn. Tuesday eventf? offers provoca-!.( lstenng at 8: wth the rewnvenns; of the utgers Forum o e Ar dscussn; New Jerseys Consttuton and ts contemplated ; rvson. Former servcemen wll be luoukht. up to date a.s John Mc- Kcnna of the Veterans Admns-. nn ars hs " Veterans News.ml Vews" Wednesday al 7:. State House (Contnued Worn Edtoral Pape crs Unversty lbrary from the otalc of Gabrel Wells.... Vet- : ans of World War purchased ) typewrters, bnoculars and one-man lfe rafts at the Trenton War Assets Admnstraton Veterans "set-asde sale".whch baled un June 6 CAPfTO. CAKBS: The New lersey Cornmttee for Consttuonal evson has, announced upport of a "slorl and sweef, Slate Consttuton under whcl e.sdents may >lve for the next century.... TTeState-BepBrt-- uent of Heulth s begnnng to approve muncpal resolutons regulatng the sale and dstrbuton ".oats mlk locally..,, Tle lfe uards havp (-one on duty on the Atlantc Cty beaches (ad sun and nl bathers are makng ther daly appearances, Wendell Bege urqes real comto cure busness lls. The only food your dog needs. Look for t osst on t! * OPEN FDAY NGHT UNTL t P.M. Enrched Supreme Bread o af c Why pay c more per loaf? New mproved texture, stays fresh longer. Try t! Apple Juce ^ M. quort 7 fr * L\Jl jrfl OlnwBDd J 8-. ~j C - 6-o. Q. JUlVv Grapefrut J cant tjl can 7L Lemon Juce" :::;c V-8 Cocktal rcr9c Sunrse Tomato Juce t" c Grape Juce AC Fanty,,, ^ c J-o.. q Welch Grape Juce botllt JJ\> Graham Crackers ""T pl, 6c ASC fonty Peanut Butler b. \at Prune Juce Tomato Juce deal Tea Balls ronfl ;:t.o fm c Whole Kernel Corn ",. c Farmdale Peas (!r c Asco Cut Beets c Hunts Tomato Sauce Kosher Dll Pckles Walbeck Pckles D " obford Fancy ce HY-GEE DOG FOOD r c VxYDOL padggt - O C Medum Package* c VOY FLAKES Medum Package c *!r c Gold Seal Quart Bottle < *7c or c c pta Wllow Brook 9c 9c Pe Apples c Zt Apple Sauce z.td Bartlett Pears MHl L::;. k». M.«c Choce Frut Cocktal "«r 8c Aprcots X Cheezt Jr. Crackers SUN rw c Nabsco tz Crackers. 9c Uneeda Bscuts N<bltw r c Evaporated Mlk "Sf r. c Sunweet Quart Bottle 8.-ex. cam Hormels Spam Pork & Beans ASC Orsd* A D " pb cwn c c n - c c Lhbys Beans D " pb cwn,., «B J c ^nanhptl <old Seal Pr """ d ""* c C- /thrll on( *^* a * Aflll ^OZ. *7/«jPdynell Ch«f Bay-Ar-Du can L Penn-ad Motor O r j $.9.. Shoe Whte w r r b 8c a c Blu - Suds trctr ^ 9c Palmolve Bath Soap Mt deal Coffee H c ch, mellow, dsfncfve. Vacuum packed for reshnes*. asco Coffee 9c ) ntt Suull Amercan coffees expertly blended. Try t! Wn-CrestCoffee-7c 7: Mld, satsfyng flavor. DAY CEST CE CEAM Pnt frlyrator Puckays n m«lt«proof bag k»pl (nn V: hpurtl Medum Package* c SPC & SPAN pould * 9 r the WlDnder vory Soapr."cS6c Ground fresh to your order. DEFT New Low Prce ( **» 9c CAMAY Tolet Soap 7c 7c Slug for Bugs Klls lyfjj, nsects, Flw, Etc. 9c! cms you Acme keep your MEAT BLL DOWN by gvng you the lowest possble prces. Acme olo gves you the added advantage of U. S. Government Gradng and Sav-U-Trm. The mpartal, rgd standards of the U. S, Department of Agrculture are your guarantee of top-qualty meat always at Acme. Sav-U-Trm removes surplus fat and bone before weghng, whch s as mportant as the prce. Get Acme -way meat satsfacton today? GOVENMENT GADED "U. S. GOOD" Chuck oast * 7c : Surplus fat and bone removed by Sav-U-Trm! N! - r : Fresh Ground Beef Cut from government graded "U. S. GOOD" beef. Why pay mone? Featured at all Acmes}! / Srlon or Porterhouse Steak; Zh». Smoked Tongues Long sland Ducks Beet Lver Sknless Franks THE.Slab Bacon." PECE Slced Bologna FSH " c k c * 9c * 9c * 9c * 9c Fresh Fllet of Haddock b c Codfsh Steaks lb - 7c Mackerel f F l h n * ) C DAY DEfT. FfATUMS Colored Amercan Process Cheese lb.c A feature n ell Acme dary depts. All-Sweet Margarne,*,.c Parkay Margarne.c Best Pure Lard J,. c Mld Colored Cheese * 9c, Cheddar* 9 ;!! ;:" * 6c Kraft Amercan LV c GENDAE CLUB Cheese Food t k Pabsfett Srr c Swss Cheese»* f c Bleu Cheese *. c OwnvJauj Operated By Fresh Klled "Grade AA" FYNG Chckens b Economcal, quckly and easly prepared. A real treat! b. Pork Lons» Whole or ether half. / J!. ; t

10 ^ ;. -. \ ;. ;. V\,K TF.N" JVt NDBPBNDENT-LEADF." Sewaren Personals A (Jr<;<: -J..t : j):tj].:t. C tcr.- ar." hrl^ C" : ;..M A.»:;? be -. Clfl ^T. feorrr.? o: n fr/ JTf jjtaru l fv an r : ter an"! t o;. rearr.d y<-.»:»). re;»;;v«the *»?. Spon.fjr a V) nthp flub*-,- rpubcan C caller and h lush the cnv " TheLat: Churcr. prr.*: band* at kt. faturdav or. )v, -",.> :,..jt\ Carle M-r.cav,r.r. L r.dn <>t Mr and Mr*= Ar*:. Sof>!d, Brewster Place There *<:». present and cards were enjoyed durns th«evenng wtu U.e prf.f!! The Stwaren Men s Club lrh. ;r. :):»:>.<. "?orfd a baseball vctory over ".he WH-S reac U "fr, Sewaren Boy Scout team n a holly We! Carr.r f: H cm tested ctnr Sunday on trt Mr* T;.r>m*.«> O:d oad Held The M-ore was 9-7 thf GKx Cr.f*r»:;h Hurry Hasev a.s umpre and Jopn H. Thomson *A rs for the Mens Cub werr ban W f Bums Joseph Mron Kjbrka B;.; Burn* John Kuma. Fe<l Porevh. Georse obnson Bs Brd ur Bl! Trfder Th» f COLONA NEWS BT M«rf«r*t Scoft MKM-S Catherne Den Bleyke: and Lucy esker. The brthdays of Anne Sk;bnsky, Nancy Dumas and Wnfred olle were celebrated ja Gay Nnetes evur was estu. featurnc Wnfred oe. Caole r,; A t;; f:om noon, place Mr and Mrs Wllam Farr Scott. Beverly Thass. Mary Anne H..:. c* tr.no r.red ater Mrs ;and daughter. Jesse. New Dover Me j( and Mrs Den Beyker Lfwothy s charman of oad, vsted Mr. and Mrs. J. j watresses were Shrley asssted by Mrs Johnson, ftye Park. L. Sundayy. Anne Sltbnsky and Carole K<*r- Fenau. and others assst- Mrs, Margaret Scott. nmanlscott Other scout* pre«ent were \th-\ r,» nclude Joseph FranoUch Avenue. Entertaned at dnner on! j Teresa and Antonette Leuo. Clarrportet; Tnoma.-, Leworthy. obert Mor-, Sunday her brothers, Wllam and lotte Menee?. Carol Hoaaland. n«hart :.-(- Ernest Lnk Otw osen- James Hoffman. Jersey Gty. Quaplarello. Mauvlne Den Bley- da SPENCE SUPPOTS and STYLE A r-p-f :( - r;.cns on non-resdent tat bj;d;nc where non-crtcal ma-.<!:a!s al! be used The next : co^: ^ert rfpr?wr.t*d by Skppy Yea: Bvk CVmmTn m<--:nc wll be July 8. 9 P. M Pavxzak Todd amm. Jm abtvj. hal own colevtw >, Tlf women of Colona CCun- -Mrs Mary Brady. Oaywood,. Hflv,thorne Avenue Bu*ns. Bob Peter«)n Sarce M»»- far T!",r ;."l>«:r.e rm m-rr.:xr ::y Cub played the second round Avenne. entertaned the followng yar. ch Hadsch J A Lorflnj >r:r acceptf Mr und Mr Jarn of mtda; play Tuesday mornng. members of the Card Club Frday: The Lades Auxlary to the Colona Fre Company wll sponsor ;t::d Bob Msrr.son. j Bayard Jacd Balard, Jr Frar,k followed by luncheon and brdge Mrs. Helen Kujawsk Mrs Emma a publc pcnc July 7. from Broxn. Karl F;wM*. Hrnry Halc- Wnners n o!f were: Class A low Morrlaey, Mrs Edna Skbnsky, P M. at Vespernos Grove. The B GLA-ALAM STOLEN!mar. Mrs Grate Hackmar. M-vand Mrs,.. C Bauer. Class B low Chrstna Taggart. Mrs. Edna Sk- zross M:- E. Stevens: low net, cortmttee n charge nclude.? Mrs. LONG BEACH C%;f - Amo?. Marae Hack man. Cannne H-r.^M-. C..v forrman. rpsod, Mary Lfjnarv M? and Mr-.lo.n cmw Mr». T. H. Ohlweler and bmsky, Mrs Loretta Llcas. Mr. ; up» bufslar alarm for hs home Po!?!. Terrrnc Satkry. Mr ar.( Mrs. J. Sauer. low net. Mrs. Mare, Polhamus Mrs Geneveve af^p besne bothtcd by prowlers j Mrs C.o S);-ln, tr,t)--ep. Polhamu.s. Mr.. Marcaret Hushes.;! conssted A a -Utlt from hs re- jturylnk. M Fr.m,;. ;. ;S;>MV<V fncerawr and an electrc bell Hes ;.)* ook.ftc for a burglar-proof aam bec»,w -orneone slt» >f:een and stole )u< shelf and the GAMENTS ( AM, O WTE KOK.TATE O HOME APPONTMENT P. A. --J ANNA B. FOST > NKW Bd NSVVH K AVENlE FODS, N. J. A ^*v Qt Al 8 s \T: s Free Kllng.- ml < c.nnt (Lt - JTY All tllll-..en N POULTY BOS. PKTl AMBOV, N.. or Weldnss :md Partes [NOTCE Free Delvery <»ll P. A. -;(l7 V : Our offces wll be closed Saturdays startng June 8th untl further notce met HOUS 8 A. M. ro \ M. MONDAY FDAY NCLUSVE Perth Amboy Gas Lght Co.! pctures of q^nv-. bj:.rh>. and Mrs Mr- M lerected a^ ; ;t p Frrar; :- rrt.-rr:: h e a t n p ->* < P..-.M.:]..: alc PETH AMBOY, N. J. Tl.f bers, Mr Lev.orthy. charman ol the blrns commttee, reported ;;.( CPA had sad thert are no Mark. Class C low cross, Harold Leonard, lo** net. John Mostnan. Wnners n Mrs Joseph Donohue and Mr«. Walter,Ganong. Mr and Mrs. Harold Chamberan. Jr.. and aauhter. Peggy /)j. were the (juesu Bunday of M: and Mrs. Frtz Lauxman. o- M:s Elzabeth Auto. nman.v.r.uf entertaned at luncheon F:;r:ay Mrs Matthew Oarofolo. M; Lju:- Mele and daughter. Fno-s. Clark Townshp. M:; Jane B. Crane. Colona Bv>vard. spent a few days ths : wth Mrs. Frederck Van ):-r)n. Pfmt Pleasant. >*ss Beatrce Black. Patrca A<, - was the guest on Sunday Mr. nd Mrs. Martn Menke, tv Park M and Mrs. chard Br- :;]>,: Mdfleld oad, enlertaned,,(.! aunt. Mss Bena Gunther. :.nr.ton. Sunday. Mr and Mrs. August Frazer t.f son, George, and Mss Bea- ;-f Poamus. Arthur Avenue, " rt th< guests on Sunday of Mrs..-nt Johnson, Kearney. M. MOH COAL CO..JAMES PLACE, METUCHEN, N. J..M.H( llt.n t - 7 :t tth AMBOV -88 CONVENENT ODE COUPON NAME STEET CTY.. CO. D. CEDT STOVE TONS PEA.-. TONS NUT TONS CE MAll, ( OTON N TODAY. TAK: TWXV: MONTHS TO TAV. NOTHNG^ CHANOE NOTHNG utllt USCO COMBNATON SCEEN AND STOM SASH TO STOE! TONS Mrs. Wllam Loesch. Enfleld k*r. Patty Sutherland, and B*;ty pflfl t a patent al ^t Mchaels Johnson. Plans have been made Hosptal. Newark.! ^ a Pcnc to be held at ahway Mr and Ms Donald. Devon oad, arc the Mrj Chrstna Taggart. Mrs. Erna WeU. and Mrs. Margaret Scott. Mr and Mrs Domnck. Auto, nman Avenue, and Walter Brzezowskl. Lake Avenue, :,pent Saturday at Oceanport The ev Edward McLaushln has been transfcred from the pastorate of the New Dover Methodst Church to the Methodst Church n Mldvalr Pajwar Cmnty. ev. George A Hll wll be the new pastor. Plans have been made by the Young Peoples Group for a pcnc supper and Harness to be held Saturday. 6 P. M.. at the church erounds for the beneft ol the Sunday Scjoo The Lades Ad met Tuesday at the church and a weddng shower was gven for Mss Mldred Laul. Plans were made for a pcnc to be held n July at oosevelt Park. Chldren of Colona Schol enjoyed a pcnc last Tuesday at oosevelt Park, sponsored by the Parent-Teacher Assocaton, wth Mrs. Montgomery Kmball n charge of arrangements. A large delegaton of mothers served as chaperons. Grl Scout Troop held a shpwreck party Frday evenng at the home of Scout Shrley Meyers, nukes Lane. Scout leader Mrs Jane Den Beyker. was n charge of arrangements, asssted by the OSE BUSHES WLL BLOOM THS SMME c - for $ POTTEOOSTBUSHES $. EVEGEENS WE GOW THEM $ Each and Up MftT.E & FLOWE PLANTS c doz. Perennals. Geranums Pot. Strawberres... Pot. Dahlas Clmbng vy ed.maples Pnk Dogwood Bleedf Hearts. c c c. c 6c $... MANALAPAN PLANT MAKET 7 ST. GEOGE AVE. AHWAY, N. J. NSPECTON NVTED Mrs. Martha ead, and Mrs. Mar- Scott. The commttee wl meet Juy 8, 8 P. M, pt Mrs Skbnskys lone. Ha*;home Avenue to make further pans. Mr. and Mrs. obert Wu.emuncl and son. nbert, Clover Avenue, spent the week-end wth Mr. and Mrs. Werner Turpe. Jamaca. L.. Mr. and Mrs. Wllam ebv nwooc! Avenue, entertaned or. Sunday Mrs. Charles Burhhoz an. daughters. Charlotte Audrey and Carol Ann, Cranford and Mr. and Mrs. aymond ubs and daughter, Joan. Elzabeth. \ Mrs. egnald Brady. Gav- ftood Avenue, entertaned Mr^. uth Olsen, WAC. fomery of Colona. for a fe*v days ths week Mr. and Mrs. Martn Den Beyker and daughter, Chrstne. Chan OHlls oad enjoyed a pcnc Sunday at Watchuns Lake. T PAYS TO GET THE BEST! SUMME COAL PCES N EFFECT NOW FLL YOU COAL BN NOW WTH FAMOUS EADNG COAL WA COAL & SUPPLY CO. Tel. Woodbrdge 8-7 ST. GEOGE AVENUE WOODBDGE, N. J. Many Wn Przes At darty Party Dr. Lo/o Speaker At Qass eunon SEWAEN-Mr. WAENM and Ms. Wl-j WfXDBDGE j U am J B B.ran n we hosts h t at He!, Wr_, h,:.., card party sponsored J Lero -. * QWlbrl(l «e H B n by.he Sewaren epublfsn Clb Club. prncpal, was.the wasth,,,,. nc. Frday at us rbhouse There at the reujon dnner of ; (l, were nne tables m play and spe- of 96 at The PB»-S P %J. Townshp. cal awards were pven to Mrs. W. S Wooten. Mrs. W. C Ecker and Mss Volet Nelson H\;< wm. onm master of ceremones Hs!-,.core; wrrr made bv Mrs Slacy was charman Anna WyckofT. W. Fank Burns, Mrs. Benjamn Trr.der. Mrs. S L Sountertnan Mrs Jeanette an- awarded to Mrs. J/nny Bod, \ son. frst member of the r;,r, be marred: Mss Maran M dolpl n pnochle. Mrs. M. L. Stol- changed most dunns de ><--,,, arsk. Mrs. Joseph Paul. Mrs. Mss rene Vertes. the fnv ; Brony Krysko n bunco: Mrs cla.ss to be chard Edwards. W. S Wooten, Gues^ ncluded Mv. A ^s. Scheldt. Mrs Ecker and Mrs. s]ylf, Mj_ MarKa,. el Mx, H. B. ankr.! Mr. and Mrs. Thoma, Df Yeld of Flat The natonal average jeld for flax n JD6, ; favorable J«tr, wa S bush-l an acre. They were the reccn. uunsts of Mr. and Mrs. JonlBe.-cy. Lnden Mr. and Mrs. Chalo- Scot. M. and Mr.-,, Hy Uomojan, and chlden. Juc.U and Hary. Enfleld oad, vsteo Mr. And Mrs var Sharpe. Mer:,k,, Sunday and Mrs Low. N ATTC CHAON. Oho.-A^ 7. was amply lepak for attc-cleannc wr.cn. v,p<r. a nn small, moldy su: statc of old-style lt^f»ou&, The money -.va.-, ::. r of Hll"; brothe-n-law * shortly before Thf ^..u,:,, totaled me sum of $ljno OL BUNES AT NKW KOW lkkks MMEDATE NSTALLATON Call s TODAY For An Estmate 6 Mols To Pay Thru HA Complete Burner Servce Fuel Ol Suppled CESCENT ELECTC APPLANCE CO. STATE STEET PETH AMBOY P. A, - YOU NEW JESEY STATE EMPLOYMEV SEVCE HAS JOB OPPOTUNTES AVALLE Accountant:) Brcklayers Carpenters Chemsts Clerks C;;;r Packers Cullcctor.s Cutters DrssnTS Daftsmcn Electrcans Engne Lahc Op. Freman Statonary Floor Assemblers Here Arc Some Of Them Floor Grls Form Bulders, Laborers Layout Men Lead Burners Masseuse Messengers Nurses Pharmacsts Pressers Talors Telephone Operators Typsts-Stenogr^pher. Sewng Mach. Op, Welders APLY AT NEW JESEY STATE EMPLOYMENT SEVCE Afflated wth LMTE) STATES EMPLOYMENT SEVK K 7 MAPLE STEET PETH AMBOY, NEW JESEY Opr S:l A. M. to : P. M. Mondays Throueh Frdays No Fees Charged Ether Employer or Applcant Tn ONCE AGAN Frst Savngs & Loan Assocaton of Perth Amboy h jdtumd to announce that a dvdend has been declared as of June, 97 At the pate of ANNUM Why not open a savngs account wth us and receve these better than average earnngs... accounts opened on or before July th wll start earnng from July st. Accounts up to $, Federally nsured. Frst Savngs & Loan Assocaton of Perth Amboy, N. J. STATE STEET PETH AMBOY, N. J. Savltf and Loan nsurance Corporaton federal Home xnu Bank U S C O annln;s screen, storm sash, wcathcrstrppne and -ll-orafc: n one permanent unt. Just slp slorm sash nto pbx- n vmuh n wnter-slde nto storef poston n Mmmtr KtJSCO ends forever puttng up, u(tog down, torng am reparng screens and storm sash! Enjoy these Comforts, Convenences, Economes: fngertp Ventlaton Control operates from nsde the houje anl permts you to leave wndows opeq summer or wnter, yet protects aganst damage from ran or norm. nserts easly removed for ckanog msd the home, P»teutcl Scep-llole Dranage protects slls,. Controls steamng and frostng of nsde wndow!--permtnk constant, healthful humdty. USCO cuts fuel hlls up to %-psy for ttelf n» few seasons. Fts Hush wth wndow frame. Shuts out Drt, Nose, Prowlers keeps home nteror and furnshng! fr cleaner. w s wndows can be nstalled n new or old borne wtluut.lteraton n exstng wndows. nvestgate USCO today Free O-onstraton Lberal Payment Plan on,«,;,: tl.,:>l,>..) T A \ ) JA^. Sm- (Ml MOM:. * r,; \s-j-:.!, PHONE P. A. DAMOND 6 New Brunswtk Aveoue Perth Amboy, N. J- -8 Ths s Our Own Edton ts really al old story wth The Brefs Store. For years, weve prded ourstlvus. on our sport cloth-!ng, for we uwed the formula "sport clothes for thebest spols-ll town." And Bres sport clothes have always been the talk of the town. Many men have been buyng here for years because our qualty branded sport needs are prced for the best dollar value. Fne. Worsted Gabardne Slacks $ and $., / Sweaters $.9 to $. BEGS STQ&E CO.KN PETH AMBO\ OPEN DALY TO 6 P. M, FDAY 9 P. M.. TS FAN TME Any day may brng a heat wave, and almost every day for some tme at least you want to cool off.your rooms by blowng fresh ar through them so have your electrc fawdy. Electrc fans and ardr-,/qulators are stll hard to get^take care of the one you have. Tghten screws and all lapse parts, correct any faulty connectons and clean tne blades. Apply ol or grease f needed. By takng these few precautons, you may avod a bg repar job.- V

11 .PS NDEPENDENT-LEADE THtTSDAY,.TUNE 6, 7 PAGB M M u:r Ml...r., " V " " SllltV K [, k" r.-- red. ep; c.l..;, nh re,,,..,",,.mnmlhhl. lentl! : "lp tll Street, lll. m. - l>..; - H MlFS t KP\l Jl > YK-K TDr :ml l"ll»t Knurs.," Wll W:l -r-p fr<l.,.,, ;>KNU AN MDTA.,. \,, MrnHW kk A vo..rtl Anly. N. J.,,.,,,M rr.t ur,an\< - Alllmj Mll:MtH",,,,,.; t.lulltnl. Cnll-d nr :,M> U, mnol!-, ;,") tl,.«m:llt.,. U V-, h.. \\ > < v,. EAL ESTATE AVALALK days; - room brck duplex wth ol boat, tled bath, oak doors and furnture f desred. Non-G.. may purchase wh about $ cash, unfurnshed. nqure 6B Smth Street, Avencl, or Jersey Mortgage Co., 8 North Broad Street, Elzabeth. Phone KYr. -9. Brokers cooperate. 6- tf Products Co. -.m KOOSKVK.T AVK. CATEET HT, LOST AM Kll Ml Tl!«J >J< /ST. Hrmv -n.l. ;?l. N lll,., vlrllltv of SPUNKY OLD LADV, "OAt NOTCKS, NEW YOK-AlthouBl struck j T^n«. >l V,,!,;mmT! n!!)(t r y p** down by a bus on tle flr.u day ot t,,rnt her...",. t" j.u. m^-r..,.her vst to New York. Mrs. da ">"HH n u.r mnnr.,r put, n.. predar. 8, who rn.de the trp,:, *;»>* U n U T m "U"~ LKGAL NOTCt >(her fur h*»r Unt. *- l h *t at»,, h m.,st* " T\->. h.> LEGAL NOTK-F.S run: M J* r r t! n <:M tlt> k Wll M JKn. rol WnJhll.lKc. from Dccotto, Calforna by bus a.,r««n m <a» for nur STun; WTH KHMS nr run,r wth a fractured splnr and broken rr JJ\lJl,, r.vr Stlthlt fur n n v l y p e of.lnn- :, l»;. t» h*mcr wrst, the lttle old lady had been ( j, hnln,...! f u n fnrtfl,>,-<; V.VUAN. ]-«n«l > tltrk n a hosptal snce May but, To y... M rlsnl.lln-.htl. n MP mf July r.l, wth the help of hosptal attaches ^;; "j^,!,,. ". >" llltnut ttntl T Tr l TO v\mm T MAY to: nnd a.heavy spne brace, she made j ".. n^ nf lt* mnmum, " llrlrlv ven tl t» a delayed tour of the cty by auto, n P f rr <, ml, >f ltun. hy tl- m! T rr: -nh lr fur uny dchs An nmate of the Masonc Homr or fn.r <hrr-..( h^ ll* pr.mjtt ltlt r:l, led,,r l.v nnv ulcr than tl> self. for the Aued. she earned the $ " ^ ^ ^ T n r * ^ " ^ ^ th,"""»." t.lnn,, " tle n.nrr " pur. ths Jlrl lny.r.lu fl (7. v..f.,-rownhp Cftmmlt -"-- " "" "" l l """ l"s*,rl V AM»KU>. ll nf Wnmlhrlll Jm, Ujh, MT vh Hr^lc ; aa, n \ ; n:r: J,,,f LEGAL NOTCES ;h ; " r K " tjulyt.tlul.ta? AJ tlm.o" *>."!. H. J. H-NHAN, T.*n-Ulp cl A HTM K NT W %K XOTK V. th» Townhlp CorhmlllM wttl m««m,,m, t,,,,,,,,,: P. T.kr nut n- Htu lr.mmha.,l S, lf*tl n llu- C.nnulff B... -nlmh-u«. fr n slurbs lv"lunfl. llnne. A. NC. lltrll.h to :pl>ly tn llm l"\v l < Chtmbrr, Hrmor MunUlfl _ r.. «hl C)mm)M., uf tn. Tnwnlp,. Wuo;br ;r [nr t fl.tmv lclnl llrfrr llt «-(.M-r.l.l) n *. f fl l.m; t,n,»,m pn whchjheued to fnance her trp.; Town.Mp;«.,^of J ^ ^ f l ^ h ^. w ^ ^; ^ ^ ^ ^ ^;: ^ ^ ^ ^ *«L, tntsn >lln H-ruse nr prrtnln flllntcl lt K ultor^ l.nn*. ^<,.t lrlg. Tuwnhp of WHHH.K, N. U arl an, n.l n...}< tt.. ),,- >H T«mn p«nl-rcm ht.rc^t m, utto t-rnn m, lr.l r»r n...tm.l of x»f T.»kf- f.rthpr tl lnt ; <A\>) *ftlr. or n tl.t.. t,» w. t t M>.f ml,<rn»., hr T,*t«ln > nw nltt...- tpwtn hf rltttl " n <J<- LFOAL NOTCES rt M M r» :» W.odlHdlte. --. nt.j nl nt D-.r.t,tlfF» >< nt.f nn * wth r Crr* " rt tn nnw t»» prlnf < n,, k»j. A urttff n.n t,r. r n p«pl l<" k n thl tm # mv\ n a lot! oeelh«t ld ;..l(m,r All M. * lk! v. -;. S.u. l.t n MM t,.... k....k. t,,.t,, rrnn, wll reqtlfft t. f.n-,.. n.., nl llu", ttll- b»rr(rm, trlm gv^n n l(trm< *ml Mt*-,! ;mr> HPC trl.f \o h^ D& A nnnrf (,r pn) n-rt. n HP uny tlal H.HH rt«(f,(6 ur nrnr* mlnlnum > <]< nhll l,«tf pum n.rv.-t Ht, th»r tfrm pt& U>l. llr.) for n.ntmrt of Ml*. pon nn--ttm--,f lf mltlmtm Tnk> [rtlrr not r* tnt at «M M.l, nr M. HH.V* nlnfmun,.!).»»».»r nnv ^(tt.- n wh-h may Buldng, Wonrtbrlrtt, N»w J»ry. "Mlmt! tpr nn! thf bf t!:n».. j jhc Tuwrwlup p Com-fll tnd p6x nd acll t puhllo»lt MTH L- UU MH u#n t).r"of h tt- ptrrlmrr nr mm^, He rl«m n t) fl- "or^lnlf th* nmntrr ^f prrhj»r rrl..- nnv on^ or nl bltv m*«ln of th» "»! frdsnr* wltl -rnn nf «.lt m nml t. Tnwnnhlp Clerk open tn npertlfn Townnhlp nttmllln nf h* Town- *l<-. "-..l lot* n ld Mock Sl"t;. >,,,(,^s.n»l HulMK, -K. S PN MC:\V«Ml) ^lu.l Shrrls, Wn, l, -rll Anl..y, N., :,J..Ml mll *f9.», TVloy llchllllt lrll.., Tlmruft t" Mrs. Mar- Klrrl llllr..j AV., AM WKKS STATONKHK Snltlt St.. rrl Allllmv. Kvurl. :!M S u- H. crll Anhoy l-r,:,:t r./!>-"/: LEGAL NOTCES nl Y.nr l h New thl Nl)W <>n SM.K m tlrtu m \\-.->77l l>\ :7J r,,",o.t. ntl prl-o hlnn $T..n.>l pn -,»nl tn tn- llul.nl lb,»r Kr-nnlltf TO wtlv>m"lt"vav"<nokkn" "* "" "" * wl l rma "«l* ".!,,, \, the em v nf your O«B of preparng cl*»rt uml nlvfr- n trnm nf HHP nn flc wltl -Sr x t r»«l«r m«*lln of tn«"* "" T " w n * l l»ll»uv»r «bfl.-n; U H.HB-. S.hl hu s.. Tnvnsllp <l»rk npfn tn nnp-rtlun tftwtuhln VtnmlUff nf tjt«town- """ a " c * nlf - l " f " r "" ll l"»nlh*. M» <l7t tll."b,.,,,) m- lstlmal (nl ll; MX, n Vl-ry ul. nlllltllll. NOTCE OK UH.C KAt.K Tlk- tll-- lla rl/ma <r.s-!,,-k, fun,,n t*rm», wll r-^ tlr" to hf nullt-lv r-rl >rt>r» m\r.,,,>,,f Wuntrlrc h»ll Momhr ;t, ll! vmhty -..M.-W Sllll Avrmr-, WnllrHK, TO WHOM T MAY flonjbn;» TKV l. ll. ;.,t. SAlK, Tenur r.,,, r,«n l-lll, Jt r, < K-).r»7.". nn. n,.. h,(.!." n v. ;,:; n, uh>. m n,,- k,,;,,,,,. \.,t, ^ ",,,,.,r,.,,,;,( J > * >, H»A N nwn-hlp At A r^kulhf mtdlnk of th«hl.dn n apply n tn- Sftlr n- n.t n( purrlm««prr,, tn n- j, l s. - w Hlhlt^ Tn» nshlp A^. T,. tl lmt-l- lll-, t thll Ol Mlll.,.h. n, Townshp Ountnltpfl of he T>wn- lshcmer of Alroullr M-v-r r< [ n ouml nnnllly n^tlln-t of -..tnl M.p. slllll HMtlllS.l l.n Mllll,. V :\, \\*\.-.nl. :.. r»; llm \>T;D. ;\,;»lll> >f \V.T<K<! lc tl Mmdy, c.lr.l. Nowrk, N..!., for n lr- J ;, m plus Jnt-ml..ml,,lln-r.nl-. T«k* furlhpr notlr-* ll»t tn h Twtnl.l- nllt\,tll»p wll llfl. m.- l.p T. U«llrr.,r<l trv Krlnll nsn]<tl) ln-nsr fur! provhlnl Tor n runtrut nf salv Town»lK tlommlttpp ln», by rp»n at v M, (l.st. n th«umulllrtmmt.»r*. M <- tn.» r > a p *M!l l-nt ltlrt X«-.V; A :.lm ;T H STA. l/ alvfl.f. th f,r( hnt m, M.n-.AD.S. pn-lss.lluucd n Clunl, Town- T«k«ftrth»r nnlc-n hut»t nl: vt"n mll pur»umt n l»w. (lt.) a, lay CV.MK.,lu \ Tl,, HUT,!., mll.th. T; thn Townhllp Cnnmltlr* wll meet Sm. or wo.,,n.rdk.-. N...,, e, or, ny,, t,!,, m.rjrlt: :,,!^"-,,, ^";.:,.":!...!! Bll^lrn. Wnn. hr. f». Now.Ur»»». NDTCK or PtBLC KAL n > r H m- mukl ;pplnl- nt.m. (>ST n tl> cttnmtm»ntl npo url.-*««pnm* Ml* TO WHOM T MAT CONCKN: V M \-M;VS SHST sum mns lu N>«Vnrk Mufn.U t; MJTN. Mr mo nl MmrlpHl urn] to hf hm.f. M..Ur ^;;fl»«at r,rm..r m«mln««( th* rnlnllcl MMK Hlllr. Wnndhrllgp, NPW.lorspy, to t^rnn of np on H* wll ll» TBwmMn rmnmlttm nf ^t To«s>, ^ Vrtl Alllmv -Sl(j7 am rxpob- anl Hell lt publc.ml* Tnwnhp tlrrl n cn lo nspurtlnn sll., hrl.l,. lu-t.l M...*), /j-7/n Snlnry ml UOUH BH n h* nttlrh- n*»,l trlor lo jllu lo llm tllput hlllrr H-rortlng M;. «:- hr-ctmt -.<.M ; n; m,, : nl",.: < nl U...(Mrlllf- K-MJ rrnu or ~!lp on lle wth the "..h. -.,-,.-. Hm,n Mont\t-.\Tn HKTW-lUN AN ll; wmhp Clprk ojen tn lspellt ud : n :,. k.,.-!.. W.M.. p v J>. K. J.- ;. * 7, T>«n-l As f.- n, nt M.p All Klnlf nr., AM l T. M. (.N.V ntul to lp puhllrlv rpl pror to salr, l..ln 7S,, vj n.lslvr n HKk H: n ul nolhly n-lfllltnnts nf tl* T" wn np ("nmnlttp* wll n*«lrl Ull M,. v Mftl *, vukntkt! WlK nl > nt-re-t md utlt rrnt n K M STJ n H*.omnlltvt ml l..t :, :tml : ml -y, n pon aoceptnct \ \:-.s dt: skf.m.tv p of the mnmum, 7 plyv - [nr n ontrm-t of.-*nle. " Chamtora,, U «m o r * Muncpal uncpa.am SMCOS n n W :.. A A t s \n nrlllmlvr llnk «r,-.\, Wlllltl>rl.l(; TWN ASSL-KKMP Mup. nnd prh-nt to law, lked bd, nr hd tbovt mnmum, hy th» Tnk«. further nnln- hut «t md lllllllltlln l al V \\n< Kt nls lm. Wo"trldl«, Nw JarMff, v. MH: s-ntj, r WAMKll,-, Townshp fommltte*»nd th* payment thereof by the pyrchn.er»c- he Hdjurned, the TnwnftU om-»l l. nl mle, nr nv d«le to whl h nv and epone pe and d «at publc p (U* l V l.l.r M;knr AltltMrls for Takn furl her notl.-e that th» C OK MLC <ALK «H n and d to Mu hlhet bdder d trrordt Nv VoU Mamf^rhrln; Furrer. Townshp Cnmmllt><> lan. by re»ohlthll am punmnnl tn law. flucf» At a TKUlar mpuk nf tn-n arcnrdnct wtth t«rm» of aat -rellon l lo e l uny ny one e or nl l tld n,, ml,. Mm J" " 7 Trnwmlp l Ck Clt-rl open to n«p«etlo lm (nl YV.nllrllK- H-tl( -.!l nlnn > jt %v - M M Trwnsllp (nmlllcp nf He Town- TO WHOM T MAV CONKN: h.r det. )» pprnen.."ad rdtltf ur.n HAM>rs: ltm SA.K.» rnrdlng tn Ht manner of pure-hat*.( rherve t no rlkht K n ts dm- to ttrm t of f nalt nn H* vlth h th* Sjllary H Hnnns H u,s l,nvjl"ry lasl., ll> on Alt, th< Townsblj wll dell»«and n Mll mld..s n mld hlwk h U,V l,"! Ml l,,t n k*l f ntl l h * P» l " y re»d pror n Ml*, l.twkkn ^ AN <K n md hlnrk^ mll h «,h loctlcr shp of \Vnnllnl, (r,- dold Homny, *., r l rl", lll.lllh lllll-t, buraln ml d deed for aald Lo?llrh tldder n* l uy selel. due :. AM ( P. M. NLV wltl nl nll-r lnttlla pf-rtlncnt, sad.hm- Bh, (u;, was lun--l,!,,, k,..,., -n,, tun,.mr. (:" ". " ll - ll - " l-t. JM, prpml«*. r.rnl d ln-ln? ll rlvrn t n tfrm *ml d!lnllnn snk. co <- T«pl, hlk J,tH.lll plhh to ndvorllne h<- fnct that on M.nlay* fv.-k,.flly Tlh, llt. r lcnt-e.rl.n lo or pnnl n p..... n«pll lelll...,.,.,,.,..., ; u hn.t;..»n«p A..Mnenl AT -: > nn, Wh!H ma n UP r nf mymt.nl, n M«- on«>r -nsls ol nrpmrlna; lecd and dverl H l l l K t l l s M u l e, S l l. l o t S K l l l l l Uu l H,.. l)n.,«m,.wn-.npttk """ ^llmum ll.u shall h«re- KK. -",!", ". T<wu«ht> (ummlheo wll nn-- l nnolt) H.:, > ". Take further notlr* that k* pp. Hl AlllMK foul htf lor JMT,, km, r M...n ternh, wll r- ulro at «To n Hht-rts-.l.nn. "" emd.. M. lwt n UH rommltt.rhamber., M e n n r \ Munhlpnl m ntrht and other terms [rnhl-, for n <on(r» t uf rnl". Men and p pursuant to law, l, flx*d * To*n«hlp Cntnmlta* htt, hy r**ol«. K fullors. S ron ller v; ln.ly, n M.- m;, m.].nly :nl. l:u;, pon pn arel>tnne l (f the mnmum,,. -MtD.TH Hnp>y Klvr vvrrk. A ly n llnl hd, «r hd above b mnmum, ty tnllldnk. Wnodbrlde, N«w Jtrney, ndent mlfnt-leader. T»kn (rhrr nnl.e dml nt»nm mnmum p prl, l o t t whk- hk! nal nal l Kl Kll. s.rnd St., orl Atnloy, Vrtlm. UlVK KllHW. HKl, ll. llvl of purnhasf to Townshp Cnmnltten und tlu payment thereof hy the purchaser n- and expose am sell st pbllr sulc ale. or any dur to whhh ma} n l_n pqunl all dt-lallk. n Hrxl T; ulsn rlopn,n. nlcr. Wrlf, N. run.l provlled Tnr n contr.ol nf.sale. terms of sale on fle wltl hr MHK C.- l H, *. mlllee reserves Ht rltlt n lt«dl»- Mnn,m m,,.,k :; m (lm l monthly nstallments of lad d blork blk wll b. n d to(«tbmtb ;nd lo.the bljrhet bdder rordlk tcfcr lot W-r^W, ;V>: Hunbu b» nd.konrd. the To*<lp Com- wth tl other detnll pertnent, (Ud * [hs ntrresl H (tlcr l-rnm ronllnn to h manner pf purchase n arrrdanre wltl termn of Hnle K-P WANTED ths ll«st,l lrr.!>-«t h urrl;j<-r rhlltl ^ nsltlp ClerK open lo napc-tlnn Vd WHOM T MAY ONCKUN: fo rflrt Bn mm nr.ll llrn lnts of prephrng deed and adtr h unt. Sll ht n lad on lle, the Towmhtp wll delver n my >ru y th nnntlly uy nnd t" n- pulllrlv rend prnr lo sno, At rpuhr tneetlng of the Mn lull n.;!l hm a nrgaln und «,tlr deed (or nald ll la >l u j u nl u hlu k s -.H CUM, M n nn" ana* l rot sv.- nots ll.u n (le rmrht nf «nl: Lt.",;r, and :,7T n Ulu-k Ml. Townshp Cmnlltce. of the Tnwn- prenl*^*,.;,,..:;,, dder»,;;,.,:,y H,^..«. {*»>*»-" :»», "-^» ««" nn ;tll nf hn lots l-ll.l n tnanl T rdkc Tu\vn.ll AHsennnl.shp of WoolhrldKe held Monhv, > AT : >:.lnn- Wll. m;. rerd lelnk Kvrn lo ternn (ml ""J MMM. nt ""» " He u*!- WATES FOD». no l.lult whl- Map,.lue nlh. M,. W* lrer.l nnner of payment, ln,n«one»" of p»rel,»!.e prlr. to b. p»l» l» n Mch ps>"nts, nr uny purl Tuko further noth.e tlat the advertse the furl that on.vonln.v Vlu;,.lly 7th, lllt, To n- ndv-rth.-d hll.- -.lth, eflv-. P lu > nterrat and oth«r term! (ro-. J. tnuan. TewnKhlf ClerU. or more mnmum hhh fhall h«re- ", lll " llv umall, MM of U,nn tlrr-ul, tn tn- hc ur r) cnt fur Town-<llp Commttee has, by resoluton and pursuant to law, fxe* «Twmhlp tonnltee wll ne-t!mt, ml.lfly ;rd, l:;. n tn- of Urn mnmum» lll < r " r n contract of )(. WATESSES lllll STAKK TllCK lllll, lll HllKNl slllll ho lltllllll mnmum nrl-c lt wb-h»hld lots nl, M. (l>stl n ho Cnnnlltee hd, nr hd «lnv«mlnlaum, ty (n j Take furth«r node* ttt at U) n rljv H harkln anl sal, lul n s,ld hlork wll be sold tnfelhpv runhcra, Memoral Mnlrlpl Townhlp p Connlltee am lh«pay- *«l«, or any ; dat«to_ whch a t may SODA DSPENSEUS CAPPEL MOTOS nr any m- lot n n; sl(-r t:l lpn wth all oler detal* pertnent, sad WoolhrllKc, New.fcsoy, tcfrr m x\-:w; ;y: ment tht-rof hy the mrchah-r apcordnk to he manner of plrrhaat ml tre reserve! the rfht n - bt adjourned tha Townshp Con ; lurl llr;l rr lll pynen nl an llltlmhl.fl-"*" mnmum p-hr beltf J>.l plus and expose mnl sell ll puhll slc CASHE Jl Mhs.l Av... lll Anh} n; - m tk-lh «- h r."nublv rosth of prmrlns deed and advertsng ths snp Sad lots n sad lems of.snp on lle wth tn- TO WHOM T MAY CONlr.ltN: Ale, the ml to the!jun st mlle crortln;.\otc: ut r n.f sat.r. n a-rordnre ^lh ternv n sale on cretlon tn r«)evt any on«nr all bl Tt Tor l)n> l.rllt U>n ol th lrtll. -, A. -;:.-,H wll delver A bar- and d t lo sell l m.l l OM n <ald blotk o t s s,lllly unlrrhml t»h blorlt. f sot on trnns, ull rpqur lnn-»lll l Clerk pcll lo nspertloll At a rekuhr n»tlnk of thetan al HOSTESSES l-6 l-ed for nnld prenl9«). to mch hldlrr us t may n-trct, du«upon he."l- of tlr properly lmvo down.vnn:nt of $j, r.n, tn- halnf purclhs- prre to bo pfd..t. - n :l Mr >-. vc n ll... Nl!.\S, T»-n»hl rerk, manner of payment, n <-««on* or nml tn he. plll.lv lead pror t. Townshp lnmltlee»f the Towashp of WoodhrldK leld.sfondv. > AT l-;l l;l > hull- M, M HlV regard tenk rven to urmt Ma.l.-slunlrl, llh T.unshp.f Wnol- :, wam, Ml: POUTES tr.l;. wll ml lr --MHHHW nr -ual l Monthly n.stlln.nts t l l t f H...ll. hll. l; u.r..,. c-. Wndhrldfc. TnMlshlp p AS Tn n- ldllsll lllr. -J! mnmum bld hall bt reelve, nprvlk an> jl nr snct, la-lnt,- d alvttls the fmt tha on Mo plus nk-csl and uher torm H-nl Map. MM;, and.lllv ltd, MM;, n lr dn tvrtlnn. July Th, :> 7. sal lots: Unt my rrparn or m DSH WASHES provded d for f n rnnt-acl of sftle. Tkf rther nolrr Unt thr he Tnwnwlh rounnlte..v.m:l[s hct en- tn- SMK uf Tkc further nol Hnt nt nall T(Wllshl ollnm ha-, hy vsn CHEMCAL nlpendentlahder. von aec«ptnet of th«mnmum wll m >-. tld, or hd ahnv* mnmum, by \h% t S, M. (*Tl n the fnunlto. l r.sl,-< nulr tn- hklnvy s;le, or any dale to whch t my lul.u nndpn rsn n l;\v, M llrfer lol Townshp Commttee and th«p/- WOMEN BAKES.) r^ of xrnvatt Co *urv(-ts shall he done- a tn mlllec reserves the lfrht n F; ds- l sad MUlnK. U.nnlhrlKf, New.U-rwey, he djourn-tf, lp Townshp Oom-, lanln-rs. M n o r k Mlnl.t.nl nnlnn prlrc at ulu ment thereof by th* purchmtr»eontlhn; Uordlnr to th* manner of purchmt OPEATOS ny ol" suld llnk wll nnntnnn wltl ll!l other n- detals ol" txphsl- Ol" WEEKENDS AND ]r<hjh- wth creton to reject any one or all hh ld \poe and sell nl p TO WlljM T MAY punl- HT Wllllfv t ml t ;«ltln, a.lulnl base nnd to sell s;ld lots n suld to the n-rl nr, K t bdder arrordlnft At» rrruhu meetlwt of th» n aroordnnv ^th tornn of aal* on n-ht; JJ.",.Ul plus of sale on lle wth the Tnnmllp Cnmmll>e of the Trtwn-! Kn, th» Townsll wll delver a burshp of Woo.ll.rtdjte held Mondy, (aln and for pr«m(»a STEAD? POSTONS A Metraf., wth» or ol and lo such hhldcr as t may *8loc rusts of d.-.l.ml.lv-r- Tp TuwHlp lerk open p lo pe,.ply rl-orl llrpt. r-nrl lln; ven to trus and Unt uny SH.struct nr mal furlnb lls sale. Suld lols n M;t> and lo he puhlely ren! pror Jlllle lllll. Ul. U.l- dlreelt.l \TKh.nn..l., ;n.\ l!. be over B years of ;KC. Wcstvaco Chlorne ol tn llhtuor of pt>rnt, n cuae one or almvc nmtlol OH hlork, f sold on term-", wll vsr p l.olh. n l> lrlll^lvr to advorne thn fa.-t tl<u on Anuhv vlu. Julv VU, M?. l... ltnl.vn, Ton more mnmum hlrl.s slutll he re- l lp Clerk. shll.. r.parl, nlll"!.ll down pynl of JL.r.n, Uv hnljnnre of ]urlmsr nce n le pad n he TnwNl onunuee wll m e r l : >,. nd SJl, WKdll-ldKc To«- l.- nr.,;. (.- VUll. nrll Map. nu., n tlm Upon epunce of he, mlmun "ual nohly USU-. ol }l»."n Jake rarner uolee Uml he Cmltlce!..! S. M. (DMT) n h. l«dp-!dr [pja.sant WOKNG CON- ONS. APPLY AT ONCE. HOWAD o JOHNSONS oute Woodbrflge, N. J. KUATOS WANTED \[ ns Mll S.M.. ; COME TO ELZETH! K() A GOOD BUY A Vmsls Yun^Vv " ! Chrysler oyal, lke new $9 r<> work on Chldrens Dresses. :- Chevrolet, very clean $9 dj work; one week vacaton j Fod.t&H, Sucr Deluxe py; good pay. Apply, Car- $ Novelty Dress Company, Al Ford, Super Deluxe $»9J clt Avenue Carteret. \8 Oldsmoblc, -door. &H $6J.-: f. j 8 Dbde, -door COO) JOBS WTH KUTUK FO KUnc Lathu {lands.mllng Machne Hands cncl & Floor Assembles Second Shft SVNCO MAONE COMPANY (l L Say re Avcfuc cru Amboy, N. j, P. A. -DOO K E L B E A l J T g A L E S llw. lrapl lll.-fl. Th u,,,. Tl All :«>.U.^ Tall W ll> on s.v.l-: :-!n:(, l. ll, N.. Ttt nl. Sl/.K MA.K AJV CK S - J.",. n. Jlf.no. Clrsc.UK Avunr, Avul, Nf«! l.a h J.". N H". ll \ am 7x-. s-l 7 7- U. *K-: * NSlll (TH.N * MS. G. M. FANKL! V, S UP. T-- MK m.-t v ; jn, lss,,,,,,o lr msl. «Hll,,.,,,lulls, ln^nn^ nj al. ; lnk Avv Ml.ln-.-lj. l_. :A, KSTATK FO SA,K HOUSES SALE CATEET MMEDATE OCCUPANCY Two-famly house, nsde completely redecorated. Threo rooms, bath, and»un porch, frst floor; three rooms, bath, second floor; one room fnshed off n attc. Steam heat, Taxes about $9.. EDUCED TO $9. SELN - Benjamn Avenue Fve oom Bungalow, expanson attc, steam heat, all mprovements, one-car garage. OCCUPANCY upon transfer of ^tle. PCE $8, -,l.. H the L\ cnc of hf pur- -llllml. Tnk- frtlcr nollce tlmt at s&ld M;!C, or any dale to whlrh t may he adjourned, he Townshp Comnltee reserves thp rght n Ha dlsrllon lo rejert any one. or all tlls.ull O Sll :. < [ S ll >., l l l l r U s tn sj.l hlhlpr as t my select, u«fnrl M-K gven lo terms and nannrr of pnympnl, n case one or nre mnmum hs shall be re- -vel. Upon crpplanrp of the mnmum d, ur hd lmv- mnmum, hy he ovsll lnlttr- mn the pay lenl lcrpof by the pun-hater tv nlk lo the manner of purcnose.onlnre wth ternn (f sale n Olp, he TnwHllp wll delver hnb, HM xale leed for sad rennp^. H.\T-;:.hm 7l. HUT. «.,J. HNKAN, Tffwnnllp Clerk, " he HlvcrUs.l.H- -h T. lnl.lul> :.nl,!mt, n ho ml epelent- Leader. (;K,S WANTED Kxcrcn^ed operators on (.shrts. Grls to loam a trootl trade on r Sewng Machnes Vacatons and holdays wth pay. nsurance Benefts. CATEET SHTS NC C Hooscvclt Avenue Carteret, N. J. OPKKA^OUS WANTED SKcr Sewng Mchnu.s lght.work Good Pay Compensaton and Other Benefts. Apply Between 8 A. M. and P. M, s. s. SPOTSWEAU Cutters Lane WoodbrdKc, New Jersey Phone VfO-8-6 MEN WANTED FEMEN N. J, State Lcense elnked) MASON MACHNE OPEATOS LOES For* $hftwork All.V, KlvSUNNKL HKlT. MUNHAY THU ntlkav 8: A. M. TO ":U«. M. MUGGS AND SKEETE } WELL, GOOD-BYE, M.CHMLYOU \NlNDW WLL BE EAED TOWOOW!)VEY EFFCENT \Tf> ALL PGHT, SON.,: YOUVE BEEN Y YOU WEE W*ND COUTEOUS! NCONVENENCED!. FELX THE CAT TUFFY YOU JEALOUS BY G Q, jw twt OYOU TY MAKE MlM JEALOUS BY TO BOY? THE FLOP FAMLY,THANK YOU, A PLEASUE DONG BUSNESS > WTH YOU,S! GOOD-BYE!! WHY \ > HE )O C^OO TO ME lf... A NCE,BGHT BOY!! 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12 .AGE TWELVE THUSDAY,,TH,T fl, 7 lndettcnmnt-leadf. A. A. Mt. Carmel CY.O. Gadek Announces ** Unn*^r^ Captures Wns Tourney Schedule; ny Hard Httng 8 earns fltered On uesrav WOODBDCJE Lashng wl un assortment of base Ennatnl n Stale Tour» \ on Sunday l»y Curlml n Twn Hll FODS-Wth he New Jersey nls, the Mt. Carmel CY.O. Stale Sem-Pro Baseball Tournst- bull team breezed to two rtsy men names out of the way. the -.ns over the week-end by down- Fords A. A humball team wll cvr njr the Bluejays. 9-7, and the ts attenton now to the second Eagles half of the ntnboo League Ernest Deak and Masa k each schedule whch col underway hst went the route for the wnners week. nr allowed four hts apece n Tomorrow the Fordsmen travel the double vn. to New Bruswkk for an enpaf)-- Awanst the Eagles, the CYO. ment wth the HAACs and on nne sewed up the contest as early Tuesday the local nne wll be seen ; as the second nnng wth sx runs n ts frst srcoud-half home ap- < and then followed up "" l * ll/ Trounce Blmjays and;sunday Kaghs by Bg Margn; At Waters Stadum, hhrr* Allow HJK * A. to MaA Openng PETH AM BOY The th annual New Jersey Sem-Pro Baseball Tornament wll K6 unde Wny Sunday Perth wth sx AccordnK to an announcement commssoner, and Prancsetaon released by Charles. Gadek, state commssoner, and Franrls Heenan, state drector, were drawn, the Lttle nne wll A. A. p n ts pearance when t opposes the Mac-! more n the nekt frame to turnp L Klnney Olers of Hmhlaml Park. the tlt mo m, easy rout. t, tr,.art Dunham, former BarrM, n the Bluejuy trumph, the Ml. \ w "*\ mound ace. and Frank Kamlnsky Carmel combne jumped nto a s^ a wll be the ttr.sl-fme ptchers at! - lead n.the frst nnng, scored " Manager Chu-k Farrells dsposal, two n the second and thrd " UU j m n d menly romped a!an K to? F a nk n wll P,h the Wat Hardy Peterson, lormer al-slute nhfe catcher, who dd the bulwark of ts second wn of the week. the catchn! durk tn be behnd the plate frst, wll ^T XZl wth four hts n fve trp*. Other Before a knur Sunday crowd at heavy uckmen were Masark, W. l ".?."^/ "V" ~X~ *"" ^ x..., M.<h M «.,>, on mu! Eghteen teams are entered n Waters Stadum. Perth Amboy. Nasy ard Nehart Vho all col the Fords A, A. was elmnated; lee led three hts apece. fro mthe tournument when t lost The box.scones: tow games to the Carleret Oroles., MT. CAMEL CY.O. Teh Borough nne took the frst. 8. and the nghtcap, -. abar. ss Orlqh went the route n he Nolan, lb opener and WHS tasted wth the E. Dcak, p loss wrten Crterrt pushed across Mawuk, b four runs n the tenth nnng to J. Nagy, c Kan the derson. :W. Nagy, f The second same was settled n Peterson, b the frst nnnt when the Oroles Neharl. t:( hopped on Frank Kamnsky for! Shame, rf sx runs. Tn Fordstnen cut the lead wth three n the thrd and a snnleton n the fourth, blt Car- teret forged ahead wth three n ; Celtcs. Monday. The Uncle Sam Bluejays combne wll meet the Kearney Varsty Club Tuesday. 7 BLUEJAYS the tournament, and ten of the states countes are represented Surroundng area teams conss of Kovacs Assocaton and A. J Lance B, C, Perth Amboy; the Carteret Oroles. Camp Klme Eagles. 9 state champons, tb HAACs of New Brunswck and Hercules Powder of Parln. j Gadek stated the Lons Clu band wll be on hand n Sunday] j opener to provde the entertan ment. Many local poltcal an 9 9 the ffth to ce the name. The box.scores.: CATEET Mckcs, b 6 Jn, Kendzorsk;. b omanowsk,. ef Jo Kendzersk, lb Brechka, cf, f DZurlla, rf.. Staubach, ss esko, o TerebeUkl, f,,. Haduk, p..., FODS A. A. Parrel], cf, b... Dunfee, b Antonldes, ss ( Peterson, c... Mlk, lb... v!> Demko, rf Smonson, rf, cf Murdock, f Boos, lb... Turkus, rf Ach, p "Kamnsky... Cook, rf...! J. Cooke, lb! Jake Lake, p H ebncky, b Luck,- c Hall, f. Wrfsht, b... Walters, cf JDMS, ss... cvc leaders are expected to par tcpate n a pre-garne ceremony Major league baseball.scouts an also expected to be on hand. Captan Jack Egan of th Woodbrdge Townshp Polce De partment wll act as charman o the arbtraton and award com mttee. Score by nnngs: Mt. Carmel Bluejays Neary, p Kurtz, b Hutter, c Dobos, lb 7 EAGLES l uodlph. cf! Freeman, ss Blsler, f... OJSkay, b Smon, rf. Holy Name» Nne Loses 7 Game Jun nto Wnless Snap Durng Past Week; J. Grynrft HUtg.6 POST EADNO-HPor the frst me ths season, the St. Anthonys loly Name baseball team found he gong a lttle rough n ther treek of scheduled games. n two d-county League tlts, the ants dropped a $ to decson o the Keasbey Eagles and played - te wth the Metuchen Stars. n an ndependent tussle Sunlay, the Dunellen Ajneroan Legon jaseball combne upset the Holy tame pne, 7-, at the wnners eld, even though the latter outlls the local team to. York and Wenael were the openmrlers. Both ptched ar-tght jal for fve nnngs, But n the sxth nnng the Legonnares broke trc ce wth two runsand Held the.- lead tll the top of he eghth. The Sants chopped the lead wth a lone tally n that frame, but Dunellen got to onne Loeak, who releved York, for three hts and coupled wth four passes, pushed across fve funs to ce the ame. A last nnng rally, whch featured nne men gong to bat, netted the Sants three runs, Wth the baste loaded ard a chance to wn the game, Herb Vahaly fled out to deep eft to end the contest. n Mondays Md-County loop seljn ubs Play mportant League Game on Sunday Whp Mrtuchen 7-, for th Straght H< > M»M«U Wn SELN The weeks attracton n the Md-County Lea- Kue schedule wll take place Sunday at Kennedy Feld where the laelln Cubs wll hook up wth the Perth Amboy. Meadowbrooks A. C. n a contest whch s expected to determne second place h the mp. The frst ptch wll be thrown»t : oclock. Last Sunday, the Cubs, swept to ther fourth straght wn n ndependent crcles by whppng the stubborn Meuchen Sagles combne. 7-, at the local damond. Jack Mastrange,lo went the route for the selntes and gave Up nne hts. Wth the excepton of the fourth nnng n whch he gave up three runs, the Cubs hurler scattered the remanng base knocks and held the Eagles at bay. Grant started on the mound for the Metuchen nne but was chased n the sxth frame when the Cubs pushed across four runs to jump nto the lead. Bg guns rf the assault were Mke Mastrangelo, Tom Comsuds and Sonny Bahr. The box score: METUCHEN Behen, f nn Team Splts n Four Tlts Joe McLaghldn Through wkh -Basr Ht«n WH H. Ss Archtry Team Places Ffth n Natonal Tournament Cecela Artym Am,nl t., CoX Vw PuHot Team Schedule* lra Practce WOODBDGE Saturday, at oclock at, the Carteret rfle range Slver Pn for /;,,,, n ndvdual S< TOWNSHP ECEATON,KAf-l)E SCHEDULES Junor Baseball Tonght Hellcats vs. Eagles, at Stadum Batter for Boos n 9th. Score by nnngs: Carteret.? Tflnls J. - 8, & MT. CAMEL CY.O. % Peterson, b Murdock, f Parrell, f Dunfee, b Antondes, ss Peterson, c T. Kamnsky, c Mlk, lb Demko, cf SUaonson, cf Turkus, rf Boos, b F. Kamnsky, p Anderson, p... FODS A. A.., Zznkota, lb % Nagy, f. Smon, c J. Nagy, cf... Kljula, b... Shame, rf. Pochek, ss.. Score by nnjngs: 9 6 Eagles -8 Annex, : P. M. Colona ajns vs. Hoboes, at Colona. Blue Brds vs. St. James CYO, at Stadum Annex, 6: P. M.. Junor BaScball Frday, June 7 Gaels A. C. vs. Hopelawn Braves, j at Hopelawn. >, Hopelawn Bears Junors vs. seln Emanons, at seln. Hopelawn ndans vs. Bulldogs, at Stadum Annex, Woodbrdge. Senor Baseball Monday, June Hopelawn ed Sox vs. "Fords eserves, at Hopelawn. Slverstreaks vs. Keasbey Eagles, at-forts Park. Catholc War Vets vs. Legon 87, at Sewaren, ntermedate Baseball Tuesday, July Keasbey Oroles vs. St. Andrews, at Keasbey. St. James CYO vs. Hll Blles, tussle wth the Metuchen AJ- Stars, both teams battled to a - te that was halted n the flfth nnng on account of darkness and due to the fact that Metuchen delayed the game mnutes. Joe Qeynes, who belted a home run aganst Dunellen, contnued to show good form at the plate by bashne out two hts to boost hs battng average up to a cool.6 level, Frank Syre started on the hll but was yanked n the fourth n favor of Joe Geynes who fnshed up the game. n the other league tlt, ptcher Anthony of the Eagles just mssed a no-ht performance on a sngle ht that was knocked out by thrd baseman Smeone. The box scores: KEASBEY EAGLES DeLorenzl, b Osborne, cf Pennng ton. rf Bole, lb Wallace. b Hoffman, b ck, c Tomcsk, c Grant, p. Murk; p SELN J. OConnor, cf W. Breen, lb T. Comsuds, b J. Yakulch,.ss C. Bahr, b G. Comsuds, c M. Mastrangelo. f M, emeta, f J. Mastrangelo, p CATE-ET Mckcs, b Jn. Kendzersk, b omanowsk, cf Terebetsk, rf Jo Kendzersk, c,,hayduk.,b : Staubach, ss,.. Berchku, f Makosk, >, ( H... 9 Ml." Carmel X- DES N FEY PLE JOHNSTOWN, Fa. John Smatlak, Jr., a World War veteran, a steel worker, plunged to # Aery death from the ron-lke crust of a -foot slag ple n what one offcal descrbed as "the most horrble accdent" n the hstory of the Bethlehem Steel Company, " Slag ples, contanng refuse from steel mlls, are usually used as the roadbed of a.slag tran. The nteror burns from spontaneous combuston often for years J WOODBDOE As the old adage goes, "All good thngs must come to an end." so t went wth the College nn sofbball teams wnnng streak of nne straght. t took a strong Nlel J. Lucey Post team to turn the trck wth a to trumph n a tlt played,at the No. School Held, Earler n the week the local nne edged otlt the Avenel Fre Department team, -, to hang up ts th wn of the season. Joe McLaughln emerged as the hero of the contest. He releved Albertson n the seventh nnng and won hs own ball game on a trple to rght feld n the last frame McLaUKhln scored on the ht, as the result of an overthrow from the outfelder. n a double header Sunday, the nnmen splt wth the Borclens Assocaton combne, droppng the frst contest, 9-8, and wnnng the nghtcap, -. Strangely enough, the nnmen were out ht to n ther wnnng game but both hts came at an opportune tme, the thng nnng, when three runs were pushed across. Agan Joe McLaughln fgured promnently n the scorng. After Jardot sngled and Carney and Hoade drew walks to load the sacks, the young "copper" came WODOBDOE ~-Arron the newly formed pstol team Of W announcement released the Townshp Polce Departmmf N_atlonl Archery wll hold to frst practce shoot n preparaton for a slate»of matches whch s beng sought wth other polce teams throughout the State. Patrol Drver Clostndo Z<rcearo s the team captan and manager, and the squad conssts of the followng: Desk Sergeant Carl Sundqust, Detectve Sergeant Fred Lnn, Jr., and Patrolmen Elmer Krysko, John Facsak, Joseph Casale, Joseph Spos, Martn Thullesen, Stephen Petras, Mchael Sasso, Albert Martn and Patrol Drver Stephen Frelertan. Woodbrdge Hgh School A.-, team fnshea n ffth > Uf,,. Eghth Annual nm-,., Tournament. Htgl; school, fnshed n frst, second.nn, planes. Eastern Hd s,-. Baltmore. Mr., fmshpd frm The local toam ronsstpc.. cela Artym. Jean Davs V, N through wth a lusty trple to drve n all three runs. Schcker hurled n ths contest and gave up four hts, t was the th wn of the season tor the College nn team as aganst four losses. Tonght n a twlght contest, the nnmen wll meet the strong Perth Amboy Hubs at Sewaren feld. The box scores: BODEN ASSOCATON H Vadlovsk, ss b Cardnals Down Amboy ed Brds WOODBlUUt; A scratch sngle n the ffth nnng spoled Larsons bd for a no-htter as the Woodbrdge Cardnals downed the Perth Amboy ed Brds. 7-, n a tussle played at Perth Amboy ths week. Polansk hurled for the losers and gave up seven hts. Stockel and Lmutsen were the leadng batters wth two hts apece, The box score: CADNALS. H Stockel. f Svak, cf Brown, ss Burns, b Calvn, c Larson, p Olsen, tb Laurtsen. b... Lev, rf Lakatos, Norma Wukmun thy BUnchard and Gen,: way. Scores were taken rh shootng perod of May n... at the respectve schools u., tn honor system, the un,, maled lo the Assocu: quarters at Boston when- ( ; nvsvages were compled n ths event the team, j shot the Junor Cnnm>!< nnd the leums of boys, w Amercan ound, each f,.: stmg of sx archers M:ss Artym wlo rerr, hghest ndvdual M-on ctwe a slve. pr. A p:;, at? yards AV from;., LNvs. The wnnng grls \. BloomneM regstered pef< every one of the arrou. the members of the team n the target. The Wu archers fell short of feet mark. Perfect ends at,».> scored by Betty Jensen Ouenther. Elsa Shnak,.: DeHart of Blomfleld n.u yder and Joyous yder and Joyous J Marlboro School. 7 Salaman, b Bartos, lb Palmer, b Deyak, ss... Juraska, cf Stetsko, f Kulck, rf. Straube, c Anthony, p 6 ST. ANTHONYS q o Score by nnngs: Metuchen. seln x 7 Urban, cf " gewe -by mrtfnts: -Ferds Carteret. O. Q fl 6 X BY SHOT N HEAD MEMPHS, Tenn. Wtyle beng rocked n hs grandfathers arms, a -moth-old baby w&s struck n the head by a stray bullet, whch apparently rchochetted out of the nearby rver bottoms and mbedded tself n the chlds bran. The hhy FrpMjjwk Adkns, son of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Adkns, wll reat Edgar Hll. Jo Jos vs. F. Y. A., at Stadum Annex, Woodbrdsje. Woodbrdge Cards vs. Carragher B. C, at Colona. - Wednesday, July Hopelawn Bears vs, St. Anthony CYO, at Hopelawn. Senor Softball Wednesday, July Woodbrdge Veterans Assn. vs. seln V. F. W., at seln. Fords avens vs. ed Onons, at School #, Woodbrdge, St. Anthony CYO vs. Frat Club, at Port eadng. :. College nn vs. Golden Bears, at Stadum Annex. H. Vahaly, b... Wasler, ss Lozak, Lb Smeone, b, P. Geynes, c Konc, f F. Zullo, rf F. Syre Daprle v Creshuk.. 9 Score by nnngs: St. Anthonys.. Keasbey x 6 ST. ANTHONYS H. N. S, Urban, f Konc, f, cover. Junor Baseball Thursday, July Eagles vs. Bluebrds. < Game has been played. > Hellcats vs. St. James CYO, at Stadum Annex. Hoboes "vs. St. Anthony JV, at Port H, Vahaly, b Joe Geynes, ef. Lozak, b, p Scutt, lb P. Geynes, c... A. Vahaly, ss. J. Syre, rf Varshany, p.. York, p Townshp ec league Game Box Scores.. ST..JAMES CVO H! Dlleo, cf Qaul, b,;;" Almas, f Unvary, p, ss """"ctrady, lb, p udolph, c Ahnes, ss, b Oasey, lb, b K ; frekop, rf omko; rf Q \««bb*r, % cf cf udolph, c, b Jordan, f James CYO S Krumm, f... Genovese, cf Mestc, rf Leahy, b enngs, lb oyle, b Wnston, v as Hutterman, b Karlak, cf Bahr, p v Mastrangelo, f Poygeno, b.. r Ells, lb pdonnell." c Breen, rf SELN V. F. W ; A* * : <. 8. a.- ft a o Score by nnngs: H Oroles... Bears...:.. DeJoy, c Ferraro, rf Gels, ss Mesok, b J. DeJoy, lb....!<* Score "by nnngs: peats seln V. F. W... * M OQLH6 Hodw, as *»«)«, b Soros, c-... Homtl, \t J % cf BUM, tt -,«., # 8 «- o o o o o- Enhorrj, f eese, ST. JAMES CYO (,b 8. DUNELLEN,.,;., _j" Fuchs,-b, Dllon, f Goldberg, cf ;... j Hadeler, lb Es.trn, rf Bowden, b Hannon. c Wenzel, p U. Newark Bears Play Yankees Tuesday NEWAK Baseball fans n ths area are n for a treat Tuesday nght, when the New York Yan kees, currently leadng the way n the Amercan League pennant race, meet ther nternatonal League cousns, the Newark Bears, at uppert Stadum. tl wll be ths. Yankees frst appearance n Newark snce Judy, 9. The team they presented on thta date, however, was a far cry from ether of the pre-war champons or the present day front runners. Two-thrds of the 97 Yankee squad are Bear "alumn." Spud Chandler, Tommy Henrch, George McQunn, Bll Johnson, Aaron obnson, Yog Berra, Bobby Brown, Frank Colm&n and Charle Keller are Just a few of the many Newark graduates who wll be on hand to play.agan n the park where they earned ther major league opportuntes, The Bears return from ther northern rqad trp Sunday, playng host to the Baltmore "Oroles n a doubleheader scheduled for : P. M. They play Baltmore agan Monday nght at 8: and, followng Tuesday nghts exhbton wth the Yanks also an 8: game they complete the seres wth Baltmore Wednsday nght. The Bruns then move to oosevelt Stadum, Jersey Cty, to meet \\e Lttle Gants Thursday nght and Frday afternoon n a bg Fourth of July doubleheader. WOODBDGE TOWNSHP ECEATON LEAGUE Standngs as of June Snklewcz, cf Saratowlcz, lb Obdznsk, c Patonns, f Peslnsk, p DeArtgelo, rf. DeMaruo, b COLLEGE NN Pocklembo, rf Hoade, ss McLaughln, lb Schckel, p Lada, 6 J..Ptzpatrlck, t Berry, cf Jardot, b Carney, f ED BDS 6 7 Ananla, b Slverman, c... hodes, lb... Kocss. cf Polansk, p. Hutter, b Smon, ss,s.kn.znsk, f ubnolf, rf H St. James C.Y.). Loses to Avenel j COLONA After dropp:. n; 6 Townshp League wm n St. James CY.O. team M, the week, the Carratshe «; Club combne ran nto n Sunday losng out to a SUM, nnel Panthers nne, -. n n j dependent tussle. _ n He league loss, a )...,. : nnng outburst, whch _ : : CY.O. men tush across srv.-. spelled dsaster for the c S. Cecelas Scores j te*^ hur]ed fw Ul(,,,, 7- Wn Over ebels] gave up nne hts and ;.. J opposed by eese who \v; SELN n a free-httng game! for fve. played Sunday atburgers Feld,! Aganst the Panthers : the St, Cecela A. C. scored a 7- rashers jot otf to a flv;, 8 wn over the ebel B. C. Scorng at least one run n every nnng but the fourth, the wlung when they talled two frst nnng and led - the bottom half of tn nne collected a total of 8 hts j that frame however.- A> Score by nnngs: Bordens... College nn x otf the delveres of three oppos- < stckmen knotted the ( UK: ng hurlers. j went ahead, -, wth tv.. Negra started on the mound for j j n theflfth. A sngleton v:.. St. Cecelas but gave way to n the seventh to ncrease: Ecksen n the thrd and got;t o -. credt or the wn. Jm Boland w t ent the M J "onell, Negra and Erlcksen were the leadng htters for the seln nne wth three hts apece. J. NEL J. LUCY POST... A... Gladysz, c Kerwln, ss Muska, b J. Glasset, cf Segune, cf... Jacques, f Buchan, lb Devern.,b. Glasset, rf Garnoak, p Berry, rf Score by nnnts: 8 St. Anthonys. ) ST. ANTHONYS H. N. 8. Senor Baseball Catholc War Vets glverstreaks Keasbey Eagles eserves Hopelawn ed Sox Fords,A. A, eserves 87,.- Senor Softball 6 COLLEGE NN Pocklembo, rf Hoade. ss Burster, cf Mclaughlln, cf. C. Fuspatrck, lb Lada,, b DeJoy, c Boyle,!f J. Ftzpatrck, f Jardot, b Schcker, p the Panther and allow hts. Breese started for the (>>: nne and ptched fve f.:a H V«Chrstensen led the ebel attack Mowng all eght hts, wth four. [ mopped up H» the last hrf wthout ssung a ht. The box scores: CAAGHES The box score: EBEL B. C.. Blls, cf N. Morrs, ss C. Kenan, c, p, Bower, b J. ChrsLehsen, rf ch. Blls, cf. Corcoran, lb. p F. Taylor, b A. Belchert. p, lomaso, cf, lb... Vlexander. c 7 W Score by nnngs: tuceys -::,: :V*-fr-«- "Collegenn. AVENEL: P. D. t & fl o CAAGHE B. C. Deros, c, b Wllams, 8b Pteke, P, Wesn«, f, p...: rf Patterson, ss Vgl, cf Score by fhnnp: ;. James CYO 7 arratsher BC 6 LBQON "87" a Ww*»...; J o Tnune, c M Pup ) Wasllek, rf, c Smeone, b A. V&haJy, as J. Geynes, cf, p P. Geynes, c J. Zullo, rf F.Syre, p ;..:.*..., Urban, rf Konc, f H.VahWy,,b... Losak, lb D ed Onons Essg, \b Greco, b,... McClue, ss Lada, p \. Jaenev, b Palazza, cf Evelett, t PelAson, f H. Seylw, f. Locke, v. *? COLLEGE NN Boyle, b C. Wtzpatrlck, lb J. Fltzpatrvk, c METUCKEN 8TA*8 KB, a Johnson, b Boyd, b K«eton, ff J). Smth, Holmes, o H Younger, b Bmanuel, b,. Qlekson. p C. jjtahth, p...; Carragher, B. C Keasbey Oroles St. Junes CVO WoodbrldKe Cwds St. Anthonys CYO Jo Jos St. AndrewB... P. Y. A. «Haoelawn Bttts, JgnJor 8w?W! Oftete A. C Woodbrdge Carda Pprd OflkkB HopvlawB ravet Ho?eU*u Jndtaju (A«erc«) W % :» B**rs Junors. «Emwo»«o McUughln, cf, p Hurster, f ; DeJoy, c, lb... Berry, rf Javdot, b Schcker, b... Albertson, p, of Soere by n Avenej f. O. College nn T - M»ss. - Wh t& the cemete M WES N PTT8FELD. drvng the for a une.»l, Mark V. ftmeal drector, suddenly fell ll dfov«to the curb «ud rlendt *sten«d to hs ad. A doctor n tlje,proc#s»on declared hm dead of a wart ttack 6. J ST. CECELA A. C. Funk, f rcksen, ss. p.6. Jepson, b. 6. Mnchell, c. Blas, lb ruhe, rf, b,,. Woodward c DNell. b, ss B. Negra, p, rf H Morrs, lb j Carragher, b! Wllams, c \ ;FUke, b l Wlssng, ss, p hode, f \ ODeroc, cf Patterson, rf, ss ] Breese. P -,BuKlan, f r Hartman, rf H, AVENEL PANTHF! UP A.f ;B. Peterson, c! Johanson, ss ;] Boland, p ; Ace Peterson,,b * Jaeger, b ] : P. Pavell. f Chrstenson, 7 8 Obropta, cf Pttvell, rf Score Tfytnrrlngsr ebels t> Dflt -l» HSewe by St. Cecela X l» Carraghers u u MONEY-BAG UNl*K TAN DOAVLLE, Ga. When a mal-bag contanng $, n currency fell under the wheels of a speedng ejeprdss tran, MM money was scattered along four mles of ralroad tracks. The bag fell tner tlw t)un as; tb* mal clerk tossed t toward the 8T. JAMES statlor, platform. Most of money w^s re^overwl by Offce nspectors. the Untsvary. b B. DeJoy, c Ferr«ld, t Ges, ss Messck. b J. DeJpy. " Powers, cl Benhorn, f ente, P LOSES ACE FO LFE WOODSTOCK, Va. Caught on a rulroad brdge, Douvl*«Mltchedl Mumay, 7, lost hs race to reach sold ground and frghtened made a 7-foot leap to bs death n the face of an oncomng passenger tjnn. Hs was de$d when hs tjw older brothers tad Uvo ssters reached h s sde n the gully bekwf a ttk ta BEAS EAT BOYS FJSH ST. ED8, Mootr-Afttr C«tcbng hs lmt of trout, Buddy James, U, peunred to fo * only to be chased by a nwtber bear and two cubs. The boy tossed the fsh to the bears and whw the anjmalb stopped to eat the fl^h Buddy yot uwuy. KJlrtMl «f Of TWNS. MEW YOK - M*rrl«J ten y«urs, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cunmo have had eleven cfowrta, noe ot whom are lvng. ncluded are (pur sets of twns, the frst wkm whlth ded, *w thrtw angl cbl dw. AH CAAGHEH.^ Dorocl; c Carragher, b Wllams,,b, P n, f U Morrs, rf AH df Score by nnngs St. 7 «Stassen aks " n

13 ! NDENT -LEADE PAGE THTEEN Accountants!!<: Amountng VS NSTALLED,;l MNf SKKVCE M -]( KTY TAXES m Mr lt Servce (,t. (. ; (rll, n.rro 8-n::. r ) WootlbrWgt Auto Stores t l<ne v J. //(7a Home and Auto Dealer Store Vf-H Avenue rel, N. J Curt. 8 ldng Contractors les ; ns K:MOM:LK> <;AK,\<;KS.;,( UNS - BATHS,,,; S(; AM SDNG,p S( NSl.ATON,,, < TTV (ven,,u MnvDomdd ;,l U<\, Wrslfcll, N... nl T A. Jensen,..m nn<l Buldng Contractor l ll).man STEET, HlmtllH:. N. J. r!< >l>!r 8-HK Bulders Supples «um: UMBE MM; MATEALS C<>. COMPLETE SHOPPN and O ] GUDE [CTOY Drug Stores Lquor Stores Ol Burners oofng & Sdng Jackson Fords L(jUOP^fe K»tMJl)J6E OL SEVCE Henry Jansen &-SS& & Son [Ol Burners nstalled and Servced DUGGST 88 Man Street Woodbrdge, N. J. Telephone: 8: Prescrpton* Cosmetc* - Hallmark Cards Publx Drug Store 9 Man Street Woodbrdge, N. J. - Telephone Jasper & Son % Man Street, Woodbrdge, N. J. Thone 8- Funeral Drectors Synoweck Funeral Home 6 Atlantc Street Carteret, N.. Telephone Carteret 8-7 F - - Furnture. v T SAVE l ON POCH AND Avenct, N. J., A W N njnmje v...t.n.krh.xh SPECALS LSTED BELOW lllk KK K-.H sru\. MAS: s.:. vm T.nr. ST::, < AS uw AVALLE!, tn \(,: m, NOLECM. NGOLE M HUGS OXGOWALL lall) n al/.r n Cnhlnet Tops ttnmgttruwrs ) t A SlllLY COKP. -;,u!r Curteret 8-fHM :: KANUOLP STEET ( MtTEKKT, N. J, Caterng (AT-JUNG A!. OCCASONS ECEPTONS A SlECALTV «. lun* Kks. lrujm.. ^..t; h. Ml..,. S f " -^ p - P. M. rp- -,tv v /,. ; ;.r -.-. u r n. l ;.. -,v.. r relt, CATENG SEKVC :Utl AMBOV U U s. r,. MUtOl MSS-VV Cnder Blocks KTH AMBOY hcete PODUCTS CO., nc. BLOCKS Delvery, n-: Ml.tll K \ v< T en V, a.«s n: v t MlDt.,» ;.«,-.. H M v vv..vv... ;.ur> Other tems Low Prces f nter Brothers KMVV VV -T, \\ :\K,, \..!. pr Dully A. V. <<> N *... rur s-tt» Furs WOODBDGE FU SHOP Modern Cold Storage ON PEMSES Manufacturng & eparng Woodbrdge 8-77, Amboy Avenue Woolbrdee, N. J. Hardware & Pants Complete lne of Domestc and mported Wnes - Lquors - Beers New Brunswck Ave. Ford*. N.,!. f you arc holdng a party, weddng, outng, etc., phone P. A. -6 Telephone Woodbrdge Woodbrdge Lquor Store JOS, ANDASCK, Prop. No Guess Work tckets Punched On Meter. ; Day and NUcht Servce tl Man St., Woodbrldre. N. J.! Telephone 8-9-J 6-M V:T,,< n.nsm Pant ng-paper Hangng E. Nelsen Complete Stock of Domestc and mported Wne., Beers! PANTNG AND PAPEand Lquors. 7 AMBOY AVENUE WOODBDGE, N. J. Locksmth HANGNG Avenel Street, Avenel Wodbrdxe 8-6 SEVNG AHWAY AND j Pantng & tocfltjttyg VCNTY FO YEAS j lhttb mvr Hurr, Kr«lrn ljkru, MKN, m \\ n, Km*, lmr, {> N rrkrfh, He. J «/MK m r s*- r > tw tt.ny* ltf <*tt f T ; Nft H.M*»^ mrk n our MH>!! Anthonys Sport & Key Shop MHM.!. Mold JVC, rull..7 rvng Street, alway, N,,, Kahway 7-98 _ # Lumber & Mllwork ; BE UMBE & BULDNG MATEALS CO. Avenel Street lly lll Mndn Ktchen Cabnets Avenel, N. J, hrldm H-:tlM! Cabnet Cambnaton Snk & Tub Lnoleum Tops & Formca Tops Mllwork of All Types ALL WOK GUAANTEED Acme Mllng & Lumber Company j Avenel Street, Near School Woodbrdge Lumber Co. Woodbrdge, N. J. TeUphane Woodbrdge 8- Movng HALLS WAEHOUSE ATLANTC STEET CATEET, N. J. FUNTUE MOVNG STOAGE AND GENEAL TUCKNG UNCLAMED FUNTUE FO SALE CATEET 8- BULDES HADWAE PANTS & PANTES 8UPPJJES! Movng & Storage Co.! ELECTCAL APPLANCES Local and Lone Dstance Movng STOVES - KTCHEN CNETS ADOS - LAMPS John Pazur, Prop. OFFJCE, 78 HOBAT STEET PETH AMBOY Baungartners* BULDE & SUPPLY COP. Plume Carteret ANDOLPH.STEET ( ATEET. N, J, H- S. P. A., nsurance Apartment Stores h, Menj, Chldrens and Clothng [>/»rs Deph Store street, Wundbrdge, N. llj HOSEOM) TEMS WEANG APPAEL. VST OfJ ^c and Up Counters * V >j>lcs und Macunes <r\s Dept. Store ASHNOTON AVENUE jcatekt, N. J, Dry ET Cleaners «</ Tudor Shop MKULAS, lt.stoage arng WENEL STEET, N. J. Arthur F. Gds Age^cy r«md Cwualty Jn.suralte 8 Green Street Woodbrdge, N. J. Keu fur pn- nl vrlms t Hnllr nr y unt (rull lallty n.llv njury ur * ruh {f; Anlnntlvt lmura l.l "H "llj.- uf cvlf Vm. Call ur llum W.lhltu Mortgage Loans Apprasals Stern & Dragoset <J7 Man Street, Woodhrdge, N. J, ealtors & nurort Ttleohlne 8-8 Jewelry WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWEJtY tljalwno (jol) ANJO SLVE PLATNC Shar 7 FULTON ST., WQDBDUE A(HueJ[<«t JUJVT MA, LOADS NSUED Leppers Phone -8 Evenngs and Holdays Call # Muscal Woudbrdee 8- nstruments Hw»A artets for Quattty Mustcatt.;.. nstruments and Accessores TUMPETS, CLANETS, # SAXOPHONES, ACCODONS, " VOLlKS.! ~ Eddes Musc Center and School of Musc 7 State Street Perth Amboy, N, J.! T«eDhon» P. A. -J9O! Musc Shop Espostos MUSK! AND ECODS «NEW BUNSWCK AVENUE \ FODS, N. J. Perth Amboy -t!)8 ru(okru.j)ls and ado Combnatons Amjlters ^mjjlters Chldrens Albums Drum nslructul.s Ol Burners OL BUNES NEW LOW PCES MMEDATE NSTALLATON CALL US TODAY FO AN ESTMATE JUwOw tfl*w Haul, U A. Conulete Burner Servce * Fuel Ol Suppled. a?. fv f j j CQ. PAPE HANGNG All Latest Desgn Papers Estmates Cheerfully Gven H. Westberg Thorn- Woodbrdge 8-C-W f BUCKNELL AVENUE WOODBDGE, N. J. > Pet Shop FESH DALY U. S. GOVT NSPECTED HOSE MEAT lbs. $. JOES PET SJOP 8 VNG STEET AHWAY, N. J. ahway 7-? eal Estate-nsurance Donald T. Majuon NSUANCE epresentng Boynton Brother) & Co, Over 7 Years Tel. Woodbrdg. 8U.J epars SEWNG MACHNES VACUUM CLEANES WASHNG MACHNES EXPETLY EPAED Carteret Sewng Center 6 HUDSON STEET Carteret 8-6* LAWN MOWEHS Hand & Power epared and Precson Ground PATS N STOCK Average Charge for Sharpenng Hand Mower $. A. E. Larson Tel. Woodbrdge 8-?<ll-J FFTH AVENUE AVENEL, N. J. -HOU SEVCE Lawn Mower* Sharpened and epared. Saw* Across ftam nd Gae of St. Gertrudes Cemetery NMAN AVENUE AHWAY, N. J. Phone A-7-7gg.-jy. estaurants Gypsy Camp Most Popular ftendmouj n New Jersey MCHAEL DEMETE, Prof. Dancng Saturdays 9 to A. M. Sundays 7 to. Kal Kedvcs - Emery Hwk and Orchestra Essex ptreet Carteret, N. J. oofng & Sdng HJNES OOFNG. Qutten - Leaders - Slate and Asphalt oots ubberod Sbnflct Unes wfng &>. S6 Scho.t Straot, TvUphoa* 8-77 TNSMTH f oofng apd g Save «l«m«a VlooMf Why pay $. for $. Job 7 Nothng a p»y «lt» fw and Sh««t Mttal Work, Matal Ctlaf a> Fur»«c War* SM) Alden Start, N. J. Cleanng UPHOLSTEED FUNTUE, UGS & TAjCKX) DOWN CAPETS.CLEANED N YOU HOME wth our safe scentfc process by EXPETS uts wrapped for lumr storage f preferred. For Free Estmates Call STAHLEY BOYES South Amboy Augusta St.. South Amboy Sa^-Plrt-FH # E, F. Davs TESTED TOP SOL,M PE LOAD SAND $. PE TON GAVEL }. PE TON SPEA ST. METUCHEN. N. J. Phone Metuchen C-J John F, yan, Jr. Sand and Drt Fll F.hon. F. Ter/wy SAND 8-6S-J $. PE TON GAYEJL $. PE TON Woodbrdge 8-8-W Servce Statons Esso Servkentejr E. QJEHS "DJTCB," Manager GAS, OL, LUBCATON. TE EPAS Battery Chargng, Truck and Car epars -Hour Towng Servce Woodbrdge 8-9 AVENEL, N. J. OUTE Clarkons ESSO SEVCE Amboy Ann* ^n( J»me«Street Woodbrdg., N. J. W-BU AUTO BODY EPAS At easonable Prces Fords Body Works 6 New Brunswck Ave. * -FWJU.... Perth Amboy -6 Gels Bros., SEVCE STATON JACK, WLL, (FANK, POPS. WASHNG, GEASNG TflftES EPAED AMBOY AVENUE AN ( GEEN STEET WOODBDGE, N. J. Woodbrdge Hololwn Brothers GAAGE *>o Product* Plooe a-ob «nd 8-SM Car, Aflboy Avenue»nd Second Street Tre»nd( Tubct Woodbrjdge. N. J. SHOE EPA AE YOU SHOES OUT OF SHAPE? TOO SMALL? - TOO BO? We t. flultcr h nklnj ulujr lr«r, nmullrr. uurrunrr, -"-- lut-l^la u. -ehbuptutf tlell. NVS.K MK-S..M. AM : UA t;s (VM U\: wn : tut w.vr on snot* Amercan Shoe,ud Orth«p«JlD Servce e Wree Perth Amboy Table Glenwjod Columban Florence Mono»r»m Oll A Cts We Atsn lvr Purtan, Perfert. and Florence COOK STOVES B. Mkrut & Song «Smth St., Perth Amboy, N. J. A. -6 Tax WOODBDGE TAX 8- DAY AND NKT SEVCE MKTKD HATES Frst <- Mle e Each Addtonul > Mle.. c OFFCE: PEAL STEET WOODBDGE, N. J. TP TOP TAX C SEVCE, NC -HOU SEVCE Phon. WO-8- GEEN STEET WOODBDGE MaUred aut c Frst > Mle c Ea. Add U Ml. Truckng J eterans Truckng 6 Amboy Avenue Perth Amboy, N. J. P. A. -9 Now Under New Ownershp. PELCAN and,vv. PUJP* Movng and General Haulng "Anythng - Anytme - Anywhere" : t Vacuum Cleaners t MMEDATE DELVEY HOOVE VACUUMS WTH ATTACHMENTS. HADWAE and PANTS fords Hardware Co., nc. New Brunswck Avenue Fords, N. J. P. A. - Venetan Blnds UP YOU HOME Wth VENETAN BLNDS Clopay from $.* Metal frpm $.88 WNDOW SHADES Lntex sde hemmed 9c Washable shades complete 9c and 69c each FES GFT SHOP Smth St. Perth Amboy.-S96 Wearng Apparel COMPLETE LNE OF LADES & CHLDENS WEA GETUDES SPECALTY & YOUTH SHOP 8 WASHNGTON AVENUE CATEET 8-6 Weldng - Brazng Clarks Weldng Portable Equpment Wndow Guards Made Traler Htches Made Works 69 New Brunswck Avenue Fords, N. J. Telephone Perth Amboy -8 Lous Durnya, Prop. 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AUJK XHTK: S llfltkhy fllvkn llttt l l.lhwn^ tnupsl ollna - rtun n- lu.lllrfll lll. pu.s.fll ) lllkt lellltlk ut a nr-tk nl A * TowHJ- mlle- H thf Tnw^llp of \kul- h.l^, n tlw County HE.MlltleHex, N:W JrM-y, lrld U tn- HM tly, tn,f, n mt-thttr: tmnt nrtm - - wll n: lk m fn lrln- -,..... :.ll.m n<t n -. -.:. l"lx n - hu.k m rl mller may ne-, du* n-: H K. V fl n l U. Ufll " lunncr ^t pynu, n rfts,t 9 or - llllllllm l.l.ls..;h,r!.,, r^* J Arrtptftn! or thp mnlnuv bd, ur lld utu-c mnmum ly tb» Tuwnshlp DuncH and n p»jtlerfof by tle Dur-h:trr»* corjutf tu tje nann# uf purcht^ D ncl-ulanc! vlh ttrns of tl» On flp, the Tou.tllp wll - bargan gn anl nalo l«e.l r.,r brpmlpc. T MT... : l n -,. MM,. [lnsxn (wnll flk. lllvl.llh.llll, l lul\ - u h,. l l J llrrrr <\nvv..7 NOTC: UK ru.c,. rt» WHOM T MAY CONCKHN: At u reflur m-tlk uf lh» Townshp Commttee o( tls Town- MJ nl W(nnll>rllo h»ld M«n(ll»y,. Jlll«. lllll, l:n;, w.s lvlnl to AlVflH^ thf fu. that n Mon- v.-nnn, Jllv,, l!ll?^ T"\vmn. <", n L» - % ll mee nt N. M. lustl n tn-.n tlr«chumdur", Memoral -M. J telpaj BnlllllK, WuftdlrllKf. New Jeruoy,»nJ ex,use nd.sell nt publc atl* nj to th hghest l.lllrr acsordlnt to ttrma of.tale on e vtjl tl\«wnallp Clerk op-n to UKltutloU»n to he nhllrly r.l pror to a»l»,,nt n Hm k ;,M;:, W n <K<vn^lnp A.s.Sf.sNurl M.], lhm KHJTC, K AXV, AllS-! Take funhtr notlle that tn M hjldm Tll-: LJNATDN!" Townshp Commttee tum. hy rtsolu. K.ZAUKT AVKNll. N M-: tlon am purnutnt!o law, fl«d k A VKNK. SKTUN <>V ll!: TrtW,Nl l l l l l l l H r < l l W l l l l l ^ a l l l l t S" OK UHM^ltl:, HNTY n saul l)l» k wll sull together o M>>,:S:\ AN STATO n. Wth all (llwr (ttnlla n rllnent. Hald MlW.KrlCY. lllmlllllllll l -f> ltl^ $7lH K HK T UM»AN-:L ty T.; s.s nl njlf; l m l,. juw-rll.nk lll» -H S.l..: sa Ul T W N S M -OA.M Tll: (K lc TllVVNHllll UK WllllltHllllK, N Mook, f sull m terns, wll regurv Tll-: rllnty OK MTtlH.lSKX: lvv tl> n ft ul $l*,.m>. Mc t):tlnco of puclune prce to bemld n. ullr rx", T :l<, XK rulu : d ll. :l.nl ll M/.llllrLll h( la! nhtllv lhtvllenls or ]O.DD AVfu. A *.Hat ^l/lllmlt A\**llll plus nor-m unj other term* provldpl lor n tntrat uf SAH. *.ml lwn un a lmp -ll.h. "MU Nn., Sht-lh tnalty olluj v, Take further ncr. thxt at uu WunlhrlB Tuwnll*, Mhlll-srs lalt, ur any date to wllm t luy nt., N.\v.lTKry, Orlln ", HH, be ajj(urnp..l the Townshp Com-!! anl u Mar..h, Snrv.ynr, l!:lvv:>, Dltlee rmerves the rltflt n ts (Jlcr»tlon to rejprt any hue or all bll Nf ).l-rs-y," ht> K ll Kaur, llv l.ukl and t.vt!tku.hll.s l m l t u sll K nl.-.ll M u r k to such bdder nu t muy.hclfot, dut rogarj belnff gh-cn tn term Wta wanner nt puyment, n case on* of more mnmum bds ahall b* r#- celvdd. Upon acceptance of the mltlmun bd, or bd above mnmum, by th» Townnhlp Comnltte! and the pay- (nent thereof by the purhaer accordng to tht manner of purohmt n a-r>nl:net wth terms of sale OB fllt», the Townshp wll llver bar- Hln und HUt! deed for sull prenla*!, T l. V T K : Mn.. H, H T. H,.. DtNCAft, TownahlpClMk. l, n. nv.tx.d lnn lll, KHT.ml.nly ll, M, n tn: hull l.r.l...,.., :: rr.r tn w.r.u NOTCK l»l lh/m TO WHOM Jt.WAV CMMOtt ln; At u rular leutlnk of the Tuwnslp l.ltln of he Town- hp r Womllrtt- n-ll Alonluy, Jr,- hll, :M,, u.-. hrc.tfll *«-«*rrrtl _-t*n --f^r-t- TJffX mr *hm» v day VW..llv Tll, HT, ywln uuujktt. lv lnk nf ll ToH.slp (nnllo le ln:l, H mt-lng r Chunl.s, M e J o r a Al Alunu-lpal, ut s p. M. M(KS n" ll- ro n -nn Muncpal luldlk n Uoo,lhUlKe, New k-rney, on Ln- 7ll hy and,.x n-:t and»vll at puhlh- sale Bnldllf, l Wuodbrldee, Wdbld New Jersey, "Jly, lj7, nt «/lwk ".... and tu tle hlkln^t llddrr attordlnr ur us.lmn thermflf as.mdto lefa ot mle on He wlthtlo n- rtuled, ut wlled llnuand pl;ue all ]>->O H who UKy lt- and to he phlh- rl pror to sale, Tuwn.hlp Clerk open to nspecton lrlcvhtel theren wll le MV-, l.n?:; n Hm k 7x. WoJrhKC o n>rnlly lo n- hsu-t -uuvrnrk Town>l - Ads-jsn-t Ml p. tle Mane. Tke further nul.-e that the U. J. JlUNUAN. Townshp Commttee hus, hy reolutn und pnraal to law. fned a. Tl WMHllf- ClTl, AN ntnnajsc; TO VA<ATO t:- hnnn u-r at wll"h sad lot JUASK ANl) KSTNdllS T n -wll hlok wll he sohl g-etrpr tll other t-tollh.lkl.nt, mll MUJUJ: tltlllw N ot: AKSJtffl nllnl j.rl., lr-lnt flmll plus.., K^>M Tll-: nun/ OK A ckl;- voxljl ol lrpa-lk de-d und Hdvarr, h(.smth Ajy Trmt Cupf y TAN JjJA KNTT.;> HU.ONA t.flflk tll-j, wle Sal, lot n skl Trlu utpy, lnlh, Vn Jlll.US, UJ.^.SA, NKW JJSKV, lloujc, l( sold on terms, wll requre rst A. Mcl*n fllln. lafenlant JltOllltTV Ol T<: (MKlMKA a down pyul ul JK..H, tn- l.alanoe of purchme p-ce to b«pad (l-kltt N. ~<-n~l\), lml Tn Woltl TO^ Anhuy T lst Cmly, l nkt -umpany, lllfl, v,t, lleog. A, MeMA fll.oll Jllu. ltcr^l mll ollur lruns ll< n ental notlly nstallnenttf of l,;,u;lll mll l.rl.l ). M-.l>uuf{>lltl JfA] >rovd:u for n tontruct of.sale. (also lnwj as M M- NKK Take further notre that at sad «ut;hl), ) lefendntm, l l ll>okbt No. \<Ht.K, WKl MA U.W ale, or uny dute to wll-h t may.so 7, _, D, N Tll; MJJ.D.K- (OUNTY cl.kkkw (JhFUK AW mltte* reserves the,xght n Ha dl- h«adjourned, the Townshp Com- TVM rr.j-ln wrts of P. Vd. forfkx l.. s:lt l ]:nlsk la d Muy ll MAP #r,d;. Ma: #s:," UMNu N oretlon to rejet lny one or nl bd* THJ-: (j:owna KUCTKN UK TllO am tu :...H >.n. lu n. hlnk Hy vrtue of the ulv: staled TrtWNBHF (l WOHBllllK;, to mull bdder us t may select, dut Wtls, lt me,ll>. l. ;unl dellvrd, {dtnfv tv ( l Hll.L.S.VHH.BSX. regard beng KMH <> terms and wll \ S to sule ut pah l vel MJ T UllUAJUK.manner uf payment, n case one or lu un WltDNKSPAY, TK «H(!- TOWNSHP «rtmjlttkb"jtk w. more mnmum bds shall be rardve.. ) HN HAY OK JU,Y, A. >. -7, at TOW.NS Ol" WOolllld X! N- ovlork Slandurd lul* md twotk CUl!,\TY OK po arrfpan r ul llu- mnmum \\ «u :KK t Kmern Daylght HuvljJ bd, or bldjabove mnmum, by the Tlnu: M tn: ull- nul vt the MM Tovnshlp (Jomnlttee and the payment thereof by the purchaser c- (lay, t the HhulrTH CJrtlce n the Cty ul New Unswlk, N... vurdlnk tu the nunner of purohae n accordance wth tenn of sale All lc -«l,«llll.- and nurett. an fle, the Tuwn*bl{> «Jl delver of lc da(j, <suj[e A. Jjtjujt- M, Hlnohan MUSt ttttd Tuuher, C bargan and sale deed far al) n and T.ea P. J.f.utnfl lllso L>andbU e AfhlteTlH anl Hlltflneer.t, &: llro^dway, Nvw York." premses, known UH MM. len. M.aj fhllu) uf,. md to all the tllowlng- lesrrlle.l Wll "Ul vvja lutd M«,rcl>!, VOd, ATK.. J Wll, SU. plenlma, tf) wt: the Mddle^")! County GltfUks Or- B. J DONOAN. Townahlo Cerk. (!(«lnlup #rll, Tlla #S8, le und ffu K- aherlned.lne Slth, All that Ku rut or parcel of the Hne are hereby vuaetl wth S-, am.nly :trd,!m7, n llu land lunjaftor mrt^ulmly dea.-l-d,.u.-. yn({ md bos n tnt,,.. - ldt-ptnlrt l.utde. e\( Lo of St. Avethe tle Towsh of Woodlldue, <«uujnd Htute of NewUn»jMnl on- K(tlO \M\\ hl and Chan (V)lllj, H ly «l WAX S EALLY OVC Jersey. C) Thec,vucalu. u( he l^lftnnln; un a polnt on tle Jtflta, f any. n lfe nup mt PADSNA, Cal.--Polceman suulmly ulu nf UK Oe n.a-jkru l t ot (lb k Craven knows oad ut tle urtl-eauterlyy x uhall uhtll not n wywlne Ws s teh war w s ol properly l to th th» (!f«nlhl dnlll. ""..»«.. " tjtfoes or OJS tudl-twjon over -lor sr«. ecently he came un ll

14 PAGE FOUTEEN TTTTSTJAY..TTNF., MY NDEPENDENT LEA, Box (Contnued from Sports Page) L. Nana.,v>. p Laymen, p, ss Oodcn, f McDermcth. b Janer. lb J. McDfrmott. f Kennedy, cf Jf. * KEA8BEY EAGLES ESEVES, H Belko. b - l: ; Bhrtos. lb Kulck. ss kune. lb Boros. f Toth, cf Bart ha. f Oomon, p Frasher-Tracy Marrage tes Performed n dgewood Church WOODBDGE A:, double- Phllp Srtzer. WoodhrdKe, served SEWAEN Ftrr-, AnrK ceremony performed at the BS best man, derso. dnuhte nf M and Mr-;. Weslsde Pv.;;ytern Chnch. Upon ther return from a wedk trp. Mr. and Mrs. Frashe Edward Atde-son. Old oad, became the bl df of Gerald J Slo- :dkcw<«od. Saturday, Mrvs uth lacv. ; tc.u m hf publc,,, naker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob school system here, became the wll make ther home on St Slonaker. alway. Saturday. The brde of Charles H. Fashe. New ; Avenue. Colonla. They wll be 8 weodnk was solemnzed at a nuptal mass at St. Marys Chutvh York Cty, son of J. F. Frashe, St home to ther frends after July. PetersbuTK. Fla. Dr. Arthur M. Tha brde, who was on the fat- ahway. wth the ev. A. J. Sherdan offcatng. Hunhe.. pa.sor. offcated. ukyo School No.. was ftppont- The brde wore an aqua after-ed specal p musc teacher" n the lhe brde, gven n, mpjwe! noon ftwk. whte accessores nnr a school system by the Board of Edu- her father, wore a nown of wnlf corsacc of whte orchds. M.* Alce. caton at ts last meetln. She wll lace and marqusette fashoned Tray, Tracy, a as her ssters st mad d ofbcstn ofbcstn her new dutes n Septem- honor and only attendant, wore a j b«r. Mr. Frasher s connected wth! beuc dress, matchng accessores the Amercan Publc Health Asso-! and a me of talsman roses, catlon n New York C.y. O seln Personaltes 7 f, H Score by nn;..: Legon 87 ff o o n ( o n n; Eaules fl.) x G ; Mss Joan Mohr, Hllcrest than Corbn, Marge Dangell, Eve- AvenOe. daughter of Mr. and Ms. lyn McCory, Nancy Whttan. Joan SCOES OF OTEK GAMKS Senor Baseball ( CWholc War Vets B. Hopelawn ed Sox. Senor Soflball. College nn. Woodbrduc Vets j Assocaton. ntermedate lascbsll 8t-Anthony CYO a. F. Y. A. O. Jorfet. Woodbndcc Curds 9, Jo Jos. Hllblles 8. St. Andrews. Junor Baseball Hellcats, Hoboes. St. Anthony Junors, Colonm forfet*. Herculean Task Awats Polynesan Saturday MONMOUTH PAK. LONG BANCH Asked to travel a dstance of ground under the heavy j mpost of 9 pounds, the Elmen- dorf Stable Farms great sprnt-! Andrew Mohr, vsted relatve* n Bennett, Shrley Mueller, Hlor- Trentrtn.»nce Puott, Maron Taylor, Volet The Tuesday Ncht Crcle held Sorenson, Mary-Lou Stockman, a dnner and theatre party last Dolores Hjunby, Mss Slva Neary week. They attended a perform- and Mss Helen Lord. ance ol "Fortune Teller" at the The closng meetng of the Paper Mll Playhouse. Mllburn. : Evennc epublcan Club wa.s held j Present were Mrs. ose etkwa, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mrs. Llly Poke,.Mrs. Mabel Gale, Walker. The specal prze went to Mrs. amry Bennett, Mrs. Bess Ba- Mrs. Fanny Johnston. Others preslavere, Mrs. Betty uckbel. Mrs. ent were Mr. and Mrs. John Cwe- Carrlc Muk, Mrs. Barbara Ba- kalo, Mr. and Mrs, George Wood, lbvere and Mss Betty Bennett. Mr and Mrs. Adolph Peterson. Mrs. Lena Jordan, Penh Am- Mrs. Clare Mattenson, Mrs. Henry boy. was the [ruest of her son and Frees. Mrs, ussell Furze, Mrs. daufhter-n-law, Mr. and Mrs. Al- Mary Mtzler, Mrs. George Benfred P. Jordan. Fumc Street, Sun- nctt. The next meetng wll be. day. -^The Junor Chor of the Frst Church of seln. Presbyteran, held a pcnc to alway Park Saturday. Present were Betty and Ber- Shps from seln Port n Ar Show on Sunday SELN A group of planes from ng star, Polynesan, faces a hur- j He Shnn-Woodbrlde Arport, Culean task at Monmouth Park n j Oak Tree oad, wth members of Saturdays frst runnng of the : lhc Cv Ar Palro at lhe controls,, Long Branch Handcap. : wu Partcpate n the ar show The son of Unbreakable tops a ; Sunday at Hunterdon Arport, feld of 6 nomnees n weghts Just released by acng Secretary The Plots wll be Eugene au, Jr.. Arthur A, Hertel, obert Grmlcy and Wllam Kessler..John Turner, Jr. Polynesan, acknowledged sprnt champon of the day, seldom has been sent after mddle dstance events uch as the Lons Branch, a mle and a sxteenth race, al- more, he galloped to a.smashns score n the hstorc Preakness at a mle and three-sxteenths, Snce that tme hs prncpal scores have been acheved among the short dstance runners. Thus far Polynesan has graced the wnners crcle tmes n 8 starts, runnng up total earnngs of $7,- 78. Turbne, who outnamed Polynesan n last years Trenton Handcap, s second lopweght of the party wth pounds. Greentree Stables Concdence appears well teed at pounds, whle T P. Morgans consstent Thwarted ttcts n wth an mpost of 6 pouuls. Polyncslan and many of hs adversares n the Long Branch are ODE BY CHCKS NOW! AEONAUTCS GADUATE WOODBDGE Albert H. Dcmchak, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Demchak, Grove Avenue, was graduated from the Ar- Academy of Aeronautcs. La Guarrlla Feld, New York. Dem- clnk s also a graduate of Perth Amboy Hgh School. among leadng elgbles for Monmouth Parks $, Monmouth < Handcap. The Oceanport s n the nature of a prevew for that rcher and longer fxture, to be renewed ;on July6. September 7 at the home of Mr.-. Joseph apacol. The Colona-scln Newman Club wll meet totntht at 8 oclock n St. Cecelas Church audtorum. The Senor Chor of the Frst Church of seln, Presbyteran, wll rehearse tomorrow nght at 8 oclock n the Sunday School rooms wth chor drector, Mr.s. hodella Cummnss n chne. Ludwgson-Menko Weddng s Held WOODBDGE Announcement has been made of the marrage of Mss Helen Mary Mcnko daughter of Joseph Menko, Frst Street, Perth Amboy, to Erwn Staton Ludwlgson, son of Chrs tan Ludwgson, Alce Place. Saturday at the Frst Presbyterar Church manse. The ceremony wa; performed by ev. Earl Hannum Devanny. Mss Eleanor Ludwgson, sster of the brdegroom, was mad of honor and Lenhardt Ludwgson sewed as hs brothers best man. Upon ther return from a weddng trp. Mr. and Mrs. Ludwgson wll make ther home at 7 Alce Place. -: PE CENT DSCOUNT! :- CHLDENS OOKS EDUCATONAL TOYS FOM c ADU/r BOOKS " c WTNG PAKK " 9c AUTOGA, PHOTOGAPH, SCAP, BTHDAY, ADDESS, TELEPHONE AND ENGAGEMENT BOOKS GAMES DOLLS BEACH BALLS CONE BOOK SHOP 6 SMTH STEET PETH AMBOY, N. J. Motchen f-omow Next to deal Cteancm Estmates Cheerfully Gven Frances Anderson s Marred Woodbrdge Grl At St Marys Church, ahway Weds Westerner wth a ons tran. H«r vel of French lluson fell frhk a ponted coronet of seed pearrs and she carred a whte prayer book holdnn a whte orchd wth streamers of bouvarda. The Msses Clara and Louse Anderson, ssters of the brde, as jndesmads were attred n gowns of blue and pn^ styed lke the brdal gown. They curred colonal bouquets t»f pnk rases and delphnum. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED WOODBDGE Mr. and Mrs. Frank csko, 8 Woodbrdee Avenue, have announced the en pavement of ther daughter, Mss Mary Fosa.s. to Wllam Brodnak. son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brodnak. Grove Avenue. Oysters Prolfc An ndvdual oyster can product S mllon to mllon eggs durng U lfetme. 89 CHSTENSENS 97 HOOVE and GENEAL ELECTC Vacuum Cleaners From $.9 to $QQ- Tank Type Or Uprghts mmedate delvery Let us Demonstrate these Modern Cleanng Devces n your Home The best man was Kyen Kelly and the usher was Edward Hoffman, both of ahwny. A recepton for Kuests was held n the Amercan Leson Hall.,ahwny. Upon ther return om a weddng trp to Washngton, U.l C, Mr. and Mrs. Slonaker wll f-j lde at Elzabeth Avenue, Mrs. Morrson Chrste Hostess to Brdge (Hub SEWAEN Mr.s. Morrson Chrste, West Avenue, was hostess to the Scwaren Brdge Club at ts fnal sesson of the season,, Wednesday. There were four tables tn play an<l hcl scores were made by Mrs. John F. yrrn. Wood- brdge; Mrs. Herbert Eyflrkus. Perth Amboy; Mrs.. G. Crane and Mrs. Foltt T. Howcll. town Others present were Mrs. James. WOODBDOE - Our Savors Lutheran Church. Perth Amboy. was the scene of the weddng of Mss Prsr.lla Chancy, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Stephen Chaney, 6 ahuny Avenue, and obert E. Lee. son of ev. Clarence L. Lee. Caledona. Mnn., Saturday. ev. Lee offcaed at the ccre- Gven n A.UPH^UW Wtler, the brde wore a whte georgette own wth a ruffled lnce tran. Her flnnertp-lenmh vel was arranged from a crown of orange blossoms and she carred a whte satn hymn book marked wth whte roses. Mrs. Jula Basa, sster of the brde, as matron of honor, wore a sown of salmon nylon, made wth a ftted bodce and pephm. She carred an arm bouquet of blue! carnatons and a matchng hend band Walter D. Lee, brother of the brdckoom,.served as best man. After a weddng trp to Mane Noel, Plalnfleld; Mr.s. Olve Van! derslne, arun Townshp;.Mrs. j Mr. and Mrs. Lee wll resde ft Samuel J, Henry, Mrs. Thomas] Mnneapols. Mnn. For travelns: Vncent, Mrs. A. W, Scheldt, Mrs., the brde selected a crcy pebble W. C. Eckel, Mrs. F. Newton How-: crepe de.ss sut, wth black acces den, Mrs, H. B. ankm :r.d MrO sores and :\ whte corsage Wllam A. Vncent, town The brde s a graduate of Be A Beautcan M;W CLASSES FOMNG MFN AM WOMEN VETHHANS ACCEPTED UNDE G BLL lan now to rarn a Proluson. ts Well PtynK roltona Assured Easy PaymHU Arrtned Free lnstrumtnt* M:\V JESEY BEAUTY CULTUE ACADEMY Eleanor J. Bowers, Wean th Floor Perth Arnboj Natonal Bank Buldnf At the Fve Corners Perth Amboj, N. J. f You Cant Call Personally Phone P. A. - STUDENTS--ATTENTON!! TEEN-AGE SEWNG CLASSES Start JUNE 8, 97 All grls ages -7 year* admtted. Com plete course n Home Dressmakng. ndvdual zed nstructon. SPECAL ATES -HOU LESSONS ACT NOW! Summer s the tme to start on your Back-to-School Wardrobe! SNGE SEWNG CENTE 7 SMTH STEET PETH AMBOY, N. J T. A. -7 OPKN FDAY EVENNGS TLL 9 Keep Trucks Servced Ths WoodbrldBe Hgh School and attended Drake Busness (,olle«e and ^ Northeastern Secretaral nsttute. Newark. She was employed at the headquarters. 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