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CARTERET, N. J., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1050
Saik clinic Council Gets 8 Bids
o Register
or Adult
ducation
Expanded
T1
o
n
•
*
By Board f o r hewer Project;
,||iinnt is Fixed for
l,,,,,|;iv and Tuesday
t High School
Sliols Will be Offered to
High School Students
Next Wednesday
-.\KTKRET — Registration for
. ;it the Carteret School of
Kiinratlon will be heldMonIKI Tuesday evenings, Sep; 24 and 25, at the local
hool from 7 to 9 P. M.
i (\s offered by the school
i air as follows: Industrial
[:•:, landscaping and Gar, Golf. Public Speaking,
Blueprint Reading, Sew,i iit'sinners, Advanced Sew,i:iirntry, Hobby Painting,
,i<>r Steno,
Switchboard
; urn, Ballroom Dancing,
.Singing, First Aid and
B.
the Most Out of Your
CARTERET — Carteret's free
Sulk vaccine program will be revived nnri expanded to offer inoculations to Individuals of Hleh
School BRC.
This was decided by the Board
of Health after Health Officer
Michael Yarcheski has received
formal notice that the State Department of Health will make free
vaccine available.
Yarcheski has set, up the new
schedule and consequently a Salk
nntl-polio clinic for High School
students
will
be
held
at
the High School next Wednesday
beginning at 10 A. M.
The health officer said that
students will be given a month
later.
At the same time Yarcheski announced that trie board will resume an Immunization clinic for
pre-school children next month.
Beginning October 2 and continuing until the end of May, the
clinic will be held the first and
third Tuesday of each month at
2 P. M. Inoculations will be given
for smallpox, dlptheria, whooping
cough, tetanus and anti-polio.
Lowest Is $1,314,655
Legality of Bids iiif
Borough Has 210 *
Voters on Registry Books Questioned by
Woodbridge Firm
CARTERET —There are 210
"missing" voters from Carteret,
according to a list published In
the Carteret Press during the
past two weeks by the Middlesex County Board of Elections,
in an attempt to locate these
residents whose primary ballots
were returned by the post office
last April as undellverable.
post card was sent to each person whose ballot could not be
delivered. If this also was returned by the post office, two
follow-up letters were sent out.
The number of "missing"
voters orglnally was much
larger. The post cards and letters succeeded In locating many
residents.
In the first district, the list
shows 22 names, In the second,
'27; In the third. 23, while the
largest number, 43, is listed for
the fourth district.
Fifth district has 31; sixth,
22; seventh, 5; eighth. 16;
ninth, 10; tenth, 7, and eleventh, 4.
CARTERET- Borough Council
last night received eight bids foi
the storm-trunk sewer, but action
on awarding the contract was
postponed until the next regular
meeting, October 4.
The lowest bid of $1,3H,655.6B
was submittel by the Verona Con«
struction Company, Verona. Other
Most have moved and left no
bidders: LaFerra
Construction
forwarding
address.
The
board
nurses are scheduled for
Company, Newark, $1,341,607; •$£
vfants their new addresses or
week period from October
J. Groves Company, Woodbridge,
([...,:..: 1 I December. Classes will
definite Information that they
$1,423,326; Shoreland Construction
conducted once a week, on
moved out of Middlesex County.
Company, Red Bank, $1,471,453^
tnt: .iv or Tuesday evening, from
Villa
Construction
Company,
The election board has made
|u :n 9:30 P. M.
Westfield, $1,659,763.35; A. Cwseveral efforts to locate the
ji-,i- carteret School tl Adult
tone, Glen Ridge, $1,681,129.35}
"missing" votars. First a return
[mation Is sponsored Jointly by
Tlbbets Construction Company,
s. Metals Refining ComYonkers, $1,615,352 and Berlant)
A HELPING HAND: Mayor Frank I. Bareford buys first tan from the team of the Mrn's Club of
Construction Company, $1,667,^
r,v and the Carteret Board of
the Majfyar Reformed Church. Frank Ver»fRi hands the mayor the lac. Looking on, from left to
640.35.
•
juc.ition as a permanent comright, are James Maklary, Ronald Pross, Richard Kusnak and Stephen Markus. In charge of the
(i:i;!v project for all residents'
Questions Legality
'
team arc Frank Zsamba and Set. Andrew Pross. The t;iK days will he held today and tomorrow.
tiir borough of Carteret and
The legality of bids was quea*
pioifs of the U. S. Metato Retioned by the Middlesex Concrete;
Products & Excavation Corpi,'
[ii-..: Company.
CARTERET — The fall elecCARTERET — Plans for weekly Woodbridge. The company did no*
Tic Board of Trustees contion campaign tempo i£ increasing
For November Election
meetings, group rallies and other submit, because the advertisement
f Miss Dagn||r Koed, Mrs
as leaders of parties became
for bids excluded firms who have
|y, Sheridan, Adam Szymborski,
busy with plans for meetings, gatherings are being made by pending legislation against the
CARTERET — Plea to unregi:.k Haury, Edwin S. Quln and
the Carteret Democratic Organl- borough or other municipalities.
rallies and party pow wows.
istered voters: Do it now!
:.i:d A. Wetzel. Mr. Quln.Is
The Carteret Republican Or- atlon as the >party stepped up The Woodbridge firms letter In
CARTERET — Sgt. Edward
CARTERET
—
The
ColumbusThe
deadline
for
registering
director of the adult school. Czajkowskl made public today the
ganization has arranged for a rrangements for the November part follows: "We are not submitto vote In the November 6 Gen- Cleveland P.T.A. held Its opening
rally tonight in Fire Hall 1, when ampaign, according to Douglas ting a bid because It prejudged the
membership roll of the Junior eral Election Is September 27. meeting of the season, Tuesday
CARTERET — A regular meet- plans will be advanced for the enobia.
Safety Patrols in the different
matteV against us and decided In
evening, at the Cleveland School
There will be extra evening
ing of the Carteret High School campaign.
schools who will function for the
with more than 250 parents and P.T.A. was held Wednesday eveThe weekly leadership meetings advance to reject our bid without
hours
from
Monday
through
1956-57 school year and assist
consideration.
The group has arranged for a
teachers present.
«
lll begin October 3 and a comning, in the school auditorium.
the pupils at school crossings. Thursday next week at the of"Furthermore we have been ad-*
spaghetti dinner and dance in ilned session with the auxiliary
Mrs. .Joseph Resko, president,
Plans were discussed for the Bethlen Hall, October 18. The
"We have one of the best groups fice of Borough Clerk George J.
vised by our attorney that If we
,lso
Is
planned
for
October.
Brechka
from
7
to
9
P.
M.
announced
that
the
Parent
membership drive. Mrs. Frank affair wil lhonor the local candithis year," Sergeant Czajkowskl
or anyone else should bid and
There will be two Important should be the lowest bidder on this
Teachers Association Workshop Toth, president, urged all parents dates, Mayor Frank I. Bareford,
TARTERCT — St. Demetrius' said.
will be held in Ne# Brunswick o join and attend the meetings Councilman Edward C. Krentar, allies, the first by the Parki'i Club honored the St. DeThe list of patrol members foland all parents are invited to at- o help benefit their children.
Assessor William Greenwald, all 'lew Democratic Club scheduled
i MIS Center's victorious City lows:
Mrs.
Frank
Toth
was
chosen
as
tend.
Anyone
Interested
should
seeking re-election, Alex Evonltz, or October 27 and the second a Contractors Knew tow
:.i' Senior Baseball and City •Columbus, Arthur Nagy, Henry
a delegate to attend the National candidate for council, John Nem- ally of the General Democratic
contact her for detaJte.
;. Junior Btlketball teams as Raasa, Richard Morris, Donald
Bidder Almost at Once
h
*nd Teachers
Levy •polce«B-.*h«
-Mrs! ! rt L
gre»
ish,' caJldttfttB' tor freeholder and Organization .at Club Markay,
.is the Ukrainian Bcrling Sasoveti, MTilUwn TuYk, Alexanember
3.
The
organization
atao
urgent, need for a health room Convention which will be held in other caunty and state candiCARTERti—Although
It re:i captained by Stanley Phll- der Cttto, Donald Durett, Joseph
las started rehearsals for a min- quired two hours to determine
in the Cleveland School. Edward Atlantic City, October 24-26.
dates are expected to attend.
-.vinners of the New Jersey Sabo, Joseph Malek. Robert 31sCARTERET —Borough Council
itrel to be presented on October officially the lowest bidder for
A county council meeting will
J. Dolan, Jr., president of- the
The committee for the affair
:•• Ukrainian Youth League. ko.
I,
ast night awarded to the Middle- Board of Education, addressed e held, October 10, at the New
the sewer project, It took only
includes:
Mayor
and
Mrs.
Bare|A liicken dinner was served
Nathan Hale: Gerald Peldhelm, sex Concrete & Excavation Prod- the group and stated that Imme- Brunswick High School.
At the last meeting of the or- a few minutes for the contracford, Councilman John Nemish,
• Pavilion and the following Linda Woodhull, Paul Pluto,
Chairman of various committees Richard Donovan, Krentar and :anization at which Councilman tors to learn who was lew and
diate, action will be taken to make
iii>- -speakers: Walter Bod- Diane Woodhull. Sandra Clnege, icts, Co., Woodbridge, the cona health room somewhere In the appointed are as follows: Mrs. Edmund Urbanski, Mr. and Mrs. ohn Hutnlck presided, the fol- who was hl$i.
tracts
for
paving
of
Clifford
and
Nrwark, president of the Mary Panko, Albert, Holderlth and
Herman Horn, historian; Mrs. Samuel Sica, Mr. and Mrs. Paul owing committee chairmen were
After the bids were handed
Hermann Streets on their low bids. building, since the old health
•man Youth Leigue of New Joan Bterllo,
room was converted Into a class- Frances Donovan, Founder's Day; Bagala, Evonitz, Mr. and Mrs lamed: finance. School Commis- over to Borough Clerk George
Alex Danko. sports writer
The Woodbridge firm asked room.
Mrs. Fred Simons, health; Mrs. Charles DeGrace, Mrs. Betty Cal- ioner Patrick Potocnig; publicity, Brechka, contractors began comHoly Family, Stanley Zagleski
Buumne; Recreation Director
121,154.70 for the Hermann Street
Andrew Rahoche, publicity.
Richard Bogash, Frederick Pascal
Iguari, Mrs. Catherine Slellato Douglas Zenobla; "program sched- paring notes and revealed their
Edwin
Qulnn,
school
superin: Semenza, and Stanley
ob. Other bidders: Drass ConA
social
followed
with
Mrs.
Robert Spisak, Michael Fritz
Mrs.
Minnie Jacobowitz, Mrs. Ur- ules, School Commissioner John figures.
struction Co., Englishtown, $21,900 tendent, spoke to the group at William Sltar and Mrs, Sweda as
' president of the Men's
Up to the time the bids were
Jerry, Rader, George Siszak, Ronbanski,
Mrs. S. C. Stragapede M. Kollbas; campaign activities,
length
on
the
Insurance
program
and Mansvllle Construction Comhostesses.
teza Horvath and Michael Pu- in the hands of the clerk, the
ald Hamorskl.
Mrs.
G.
R.
Vernachlo,
Mr.
f^nd
and
announced
the
deadline
is
pany, Mauwan, $24,550.
1
amounts bid remained a strict
Josep'h Luky who acHostesses for the October 10 Mrs. Steve Kovacs. Mrs. Donovan, slllo.
St. Joseph. Dennis Virag, MiSeptember 21.
secret.
Clifford Street wHl cost $6,the team trophlei on be- chael Kalnok, Dennis Pellegrini,
and Mrs. S. Marks.
Mrs. Olive Bonnell, Mr. and Mrs
The West Carteret Democratic
Other speakers included Mrs.
i the Center and trophy Harry Rock, Cliff Jenkins, James 303.35 Other bidders: Mansville,
Robert
Ellis,
Mrs.
Kay
Leone,
Mrs.
Club
held
a
successful
picnic
at
Mary Desmond and Mrs. Mary
batons to Individuals was Ringwood. Thomas Martin, John 17.113^17 ar4Dnt«s, $8,481.75.
Nemish, Mr. and Mrs. George Stupar's Grove and according to work, any interested party could
Borough Council named Joseph Dowling, principals of the Cleve- /Veto Officers Elected
iv Rev. John Hundlak, pas- Russell, John Gurka.
Brechka, Mrs. Kay Rosenbaum, Zenobla more than 800 persons attack and se taside an award on
land
and
Columbus
Schools.
The
J. Jomo as borough engineer. He
(" ue Wadlak acted as toastMrs. Anna Sabo, Mrs. Kathleen attended and participated in the the contract for the work by reaBy
Carnation
Grove
has been acting engineer since the dark horse prize was won by, Mrs
• Nicholas Kostowlat was
Craig, Mrs. Ann McLoed, Mrs. various games and contests. son of the ole»r Illegality of tha
Norma
Slinskl.
A
social
followed
death of Fred F. Simons. Mr.
-'•m of the affair.
Tag Day October 5
C A R T E R E T - T h e White Car- Frarfces Lindemann, Mrs. A. L. Among the guests were: County advertisement for bids, also that
the
business
meeting
with
the
Jomo was a borough engineer for
if an award *ere made and work
• c.s Harrow snowed movies
executive committee in charge of nation Grone #34 Woodmen Cir- Kish, Patsy Shaul, Harold Gross, Chairman Thomas Lee, Sheriff
For Hospital Guild 18 years.
performed under the contract, the
Mrs.
Margaret
Sohayda
•'•'••m's 50th Anniversary and
cle
met
Sunday
afternoon
at
Odd
Robert
Jamison,
County
Clerk
refreshments.
illegality of your proceeding might
antea
Raffle licenses,
' -ities at the Center.
Fellows Hall.
CARTERET — Mrs. (Edwig S
Also Mrs Pauline Kopin, Mr Joseph M. Duffy; Freeholders affect your ability to obtain apEltcU
Election of officers was held and and Mrs. Walter Yakubek, Mrs William Warren and George OtQuin, president of the1 Carterel the Junior Women's Guild of the
elected were: past president, Mrs. Rose Breza, Mrs. Ethel Wolan, lowskl; Surrogate Elmer E. Brown, proval of your municipal bonds to
n Lesky was chosen presl- Branch, Perth Amboy Hospital Magyar Reformed Church, St. Sermn and Rybaczuk
in connection with this
Ellas
Catholic
War
Veterans
and
Elizabeth Kovacs; president, Mrs. ky, Mrs. Pauline Vandermark, Assemblyman David Stepacoff be issued
1
of New Jerwy Mixed Wpmen's Guild announced today
project.
'
the
Holy
Family
JPTA.
Return
from
Cruise
Anna Slomko; vice president, Mrs. Mrs. Mary Rusnak and Mrs. Mar and George Coster, candidate for
: League, when that group that the branch-will hold a ta
The Woodbildge firm now'has
Transfer of two liquor licenses
Mary LOVES; * second Vice presi- Harrow.
freeholder.
' meeting and social at day October 5 to ipise money foi
a suit pending against the borNEWPORT,
R,
I.
—Joseph
J
was
approved,
one
from
John
'dent,
Mrs.
Mary
Lenert;
treasurer,
•'lion here.
the guild.
The organization Is boosting the ough in connection with the sani^
Sersun, personnel man seaman, Mrs. Ann Palinkas; recording
Members will be stationed al Barney at 50 Washington Avenue
candidacies
of Edward J. Dolan, tary sewer project.
St.
Mark's
Registers
.' .
USN,
son
of
Mf.
and*
M
r
j
John
stores and plants to sell |the tags to Louis Covino and the other from Sersun • of 7 Lincoln Avenue, and secretary, Mrs. Ann Breza; finanJr., for mayor; tfiomas Milik and
Bond Issue
;
the estate of Joseph McHale to
cial
secretary,
Mrs.
Julia
Tarnlk;
For
Church
School
'" Club Formed,
Plans also are unde'r way for
Thomas Coughlin for borough
Prior to the reading of the bids.
Elizabeth McHale, Upper Roose- Richard J. Rybaczuk, seaman ap chaplain, Mrs. Barbara Szanyi; |
council and former mayor Stephen the council approved oh first readf
tine Named series of luncheon to help to velt Avenue.
prentice, USN, of 153 Emerson attendant, Mrs. Mary Virag; auCARTERET — Rev. Orvilli
Skiba for assessoi1.
1
guild: - '
'
ing an ordinance providing for thA
Street,
all
of
Carteret,
N.
J.,
reditors, Mrs. Mary Mjslayi, Mrs. Davidson, pastor of the St. Mark
Five property owners of West
X
1
\: I K R E T _ Formation
of
At a meeting of Jhe branc
Issuance of 11,560,000 in bonds tot
turned to Newport, R. I., Augus Mary Suto, and chairman of sick Episcopal Church, has announce
Carteret
in
a
petition
requested
' t u n Yacht Club has been held [his week at the home o
the sewer project.
25,
aboard
the
-radar
picket
dethat
there
will
be
registratloi
committee, Mrs. Helen Bok.
he establishment of a parking lot
1
Dinner Next Tuesday
• id today.
Mrs. <&uln an appeal was made fo
The borough also received from
stroyer
USS
-FJske
after
a
four
for
all
grades
of
church
schoc
on the south side of RoQsevelt
' Delegates to the district con:
>ib has chosen the follow- white linen sheets needed by the
the State Health Department an
month i cruise in the Mediterra vention which wlU.be held October at St. Mark's Church on Sunda
For
Business
Women
Avenue.
::
' 'is: Dr. Alb«rt Reason, women who are making surgical
order of necessity to permit tn»
nean.
27, at the Elizabeth Carteret Hotel September 23, at 11 A. M. Follow
l;
At the request of. the Carteret
i; William flloan, vice dressings. Those desiring to makt
raising of funds for the project: I
Ing
registration
there
willi
be
CARTERET
—
The
Carteret
in Elizabeth are Mrs. Anna Palin1 ;
": John Bohaci, secre- donations are requested to con Branch, Perth Amboy Hospital • Duripg the tour, the ship operThe specifications for the sewaf
kas and Mrs. Mary Lenart, with "meeting of the teaching staff. H Chapter of the Business and Pro:
S!
ated
with
the
Sixth
Fleet
and
vis
Women's
Guild,
October
5
has
' >ve Alach, financial sec- tact Mrs. Quln. !
were prepared by Cotton. Pleree &
further
announced
that
there
w
fessional
Women's
Clubs
will
open
Mrs..
Mary
Mislayl
and
Mrs.
Julia
been set aside as tao day fur that ited ports in Turkey, France. Italy
Uhouae, sergeantalso be the usual service of Hoi; its season's activities with a din- Streander, Inc., consulting* erjT
Tarnik as alternates.
group.
Spain and Gibraltar.
Yerkovich, PLAN FOR SOCIAL
ihol
Y
Communion at 8 A. M. and morn ner next Tuesday night at Novak's gineers. There were a total of 130
CARTERET — The Republics
items on each bid. The specificaand Edward Czajkowing prayer and sermon at 9:3< Restaurant, Clark Township.
Social Club of Carteret will holi CHURCH GROUP TOMEET
tions booklet comprised 126 page$
tty director,
A. M. The first fall meeting
At that time, the group will
a social meeting. Tuesday evenin
Mayor Frarjk I. Bareford an*
CARTERET — The Women's
to Join the club
the Woman's auxiliary will b< make plans for Jts season's acSeptember 25, at 8 P. M. in th
nounced
at the"Opening of the bid!
Association of the First Presbyto contact Mr. Boheld Monday evening at I P . Mi tivities, according to Mr*. Cathclubroom of the City Line Socl
that no award* would be made ftt
terian Church will meet TuesThe members of the senior choir erine Ruckrelgel, president.
Club, 3 Roosevelt Avenue. A fll
tills time and that bids will be
day night at 8 o'clock. Members
will meet tonight at 6:30 P. M. for
Next week will be marked Na- studied. He also thanked all blo>
on the 50th anniversary of Car
CARTERET — Mrs. Nadeene
who have taken slide pictures durrehearsal.
tional Business Women's Week. ders for their Interest.
*
teret will be shown and refresh
fi»'*t Church Lists
ing vacation period are requested Brunini, Public Health Nutriments will be served. All membe
It took two hours for Boremgli
tionist
of
the
State
Department
to
bring
them
to
the
meeting.
''rvices for Sunday are permitted to bring a uuest.
Clerk Oflorge Biechku to read the
of Health, Trenton, will conbids.
,
*
duct
a
course
titled
"Getting
n KKET - " s e r v i c e s this
the
Most
Out
of
Your
Dollar."
•u the Calvary Baptist
:lli
Mrs. Brunini is a graduate of
' as follows: Sunday
Sucvoth Fete Tuesday '
1
the University ui Missouri, hav"'*Mon at IO| A, M. with
CAHTERET - An ambitious
lu|
ing
been
awarded
a
B.S.
degree
Trinity,
AUss
Elizabeth
UelAt'Rabbi
Brenner**
all ages, fv'orshlp serprwram for the season was unin Home Economics and a Mas11
Vacchio ! and Mrs. Thomas
A M. with the sermon
calls directly to selected points
foliltid by Mrs, Clifford Cutter,
ter's degree with a major In
CARTERET
OtniBhlinJ Dinner reservations
Rabbi Lewif
CAJlTERET - This comVessels qf God," will
across the nation, as far west as
president at the Carteret Wor|
Nutrition. She is a member of
were In charge uf Mrs. Robert Brenner has announced that the
><irge
the assistant munity's new telephone name
San Francisco.
maii's Club at yesterday's openthe American Dietetic AssociaHarper and the program was feast of tabernacles called Sue*
M|
Homer Trtcule*. The -Kimball 1-goes into service
ing dinner meeting. Mrs. P. S.
The plan requires that the
tion, The New Jersey Dietetic
arranged by Mia. Joseph Hlub, coth will be celebrated by the
Yl|
next
Wednesday.
September
26,
uth and Benlor Choirs
Oulbrulth Is program chairman.
thousands of telephone desigAssociation,
The.
American
civic chairman. •
Hebrew Men'l Club with a pairtif
"'Pate In tills service. according to Edwarct Fallon,
nation be 'reduced to several
Home Economic Association and
Mrs Cutter said the club
The program was openud by In the "flukka" of Kabbl Bran*
d
evening "Happy local manager for the New
hundred by using the same
the New Jersey School Food
•starts its 30th year as an acMis -John Ruckrlegel's prayer ner Tuesday evening at 8 P. i) i
u service and devo- jersey Bell Telephone Co.
names over and over again in
Service -Association.
tive civic organization with a
and ttie club collect was read, by The children of the Hebrel Fallon said that only the
be in charge of the
many localities throughout the
membership of 74, augmented
School and Sunday School wt
Mrs. Brunini's course wil} inMrs. Paul Greenberg.
central office name will be afUnited States.
by the Evening Department
clude the following topics: Menu
Mrs. Cutter announced that hold a party Thursday evening a
fected by the . change, Foi
For that reason, *)1 Bell Telewhich haq a foster of 60 memPlanning, Making a Marketing
the fall conference will be held 6 P. M. at the Congregation*))
"'»» SALE
phone companies have agreed
b(!(& and is directed by Mrs.
List, Economical food Buying
ttt Douglass College, Septem- Loving Justice Synagogue. F l 8 |
1.W70 will
upon a master lUt of some 300
Thomas Cougrtlln.
and candy will be distributed t
and the Food Budget, Food
ber 26.
1-9970. next Wednesday.
carefully selected neutral exWUI ib«nsor a
the children. At 9 p. M. the
Preparation,
How
ta
Read
and
The'
year
book,
dediuated
to
The
club
haj.
Issued
invitaThe mana««- said the change
MRS. NAUEENt BRUNINI
change names, Tlwse names are
a roll, Oftke and
Use itecipes, w h a t to Look For
the memory of the first presitions to 43 club presidents In evening, th* adulta will cale'
w a S a preliminary step toward
l
gradually replacing community
.... .; ' 'hur«diy
hur«
in Bnylng Clothing, Care of
dent, Mrs. Einil Streouau.i who
( September 27,
tha Third District for Federa- the holiday "at Hie Congreg«tiij
The company's piano to bring
U) 2
name as exchange designations
St. L
Clothiug.
Shoes,
The
Child
P'M
t tthe St
died January 23, 1856, was preand
Care
of
Various
Kinds
of
tion Day to b* held in the High of Brotherhhood of Israel
distance dialing service
l
since many of the later might
With Feeding Problems, LaunCenter.
'
sented to the membership.
Home Equipment,
Selectlun
School Auditorium, October 11. Busjue. Memorial service* will
urea. This service will
orders m»y be made
not be, readily understoon outdering Hints, Spot Removing,
and Care of Curtains, -Rugs,
In addition to the 40 members
Mrs. John Hlla Is in charge of held Friday? morning at 11 A.
side their Immediate vicinity.
Soap* and Detergents, Choice
Chair Covers, Household linens.
present, uueats. were M|b. L.
the program.
I at both synagogue,
' ,
Jr. Safety Patrol ' f <f to «"«if. PTA Makes Plea
Leaders Chosen
For Health Room High School PTA
Seeking Members
Republican Rally Democrats Slate
Set for Tonight Weekly Meetings
ktorious Teams
onored at Dinner
Award Contracts
For Paving Job
Home Economics Authority
To Direct Special Course
Change Phone Name Here,
To Be Known as Kimball
£5.1. ne
Carteret Woman's Club
Plans Ambitious Program
CARTERKr
FRIDAY.
I AOT'", TWO
Record Class Starts Course
I / Hospital Nursing School
OBITUARIES
PL Reading Church ,
Of Bzdewka-Coppola
I ItANK S. AKALEWIOZ
PORT REAPING •• Miss Ah- tilmmed with
(WHTERFT - Frank H. Aknle- n(,f|f(1 j.-,-fln,.pS cvppoln, dauehter rled nnrdenliw and sti pi
makeup; and the shinlnR of upper
of 68 Union Street died j o f Ml . „,,,] Mrs. Amerlco Coppola,
classmen's shoes a familiar sight
Miss Angela K HZill 1 i
W.inerdny following n long ill-112 Fourth Strret, birame the br:de Ptlls, N. Y., cousin l.f I 1 ,. , •»*•
this week.
:
ii" ; He was n nntive of t.hi.s ,,f i\m\ Fnmcis Rzdcwka, son of attended as maid of ' ll1"1: I!, J
Climaxing this week of fun and
b.nn'Hi and was a communir.nnt | y[v. mv\ Mrs. Enill B/dewkn, 537 mnlds were the MI.WK K
excitement will be a picnic held
n( Hnlv Family R C. Church.
, C'oiit.ir S t i n t , South Amboy Sal- wlnskl, Carteret, ci
for the entire student body nt
J
He VT> also n member of thejurdny
Roosevelt Park. The first day of
urdny mornlns
m s in St. Anthony's br-de nnd Ermellene CV.i;
SIS.I
claswvs at Union Junior College
Hnlv Name and Holy Family Chuivlr Rev. Stanislaus Milos of- ter of the bride. Another ,
begin Monday, Sept. 24.
• i-rtre
iVvHlc: of the church, the Po- 1 dated at the double-ring cere- the bride, Darleen B ;II
WL.H
fld
was fl
flowi r
The students enrolled are Lois
Affi F " H . ( v nnri ( l i e P o l i s h - | m o n y .
Twenty-seven pre-elinlcal stuThe
bride
was
given
In
m
a
r
Arlone
Barchaskl,
Donna
ConAlbert McLiughlin
American Citizens Club.
••. inrludttiK one male stuSurviving urn his wife, Martha riage by her father. She wore a ^N. Y, apmd his cousi,,
111 hnvi' bopun a week of lec- nors. Antoinette Faraca, Arlene
IUPP OiMnkowskH. a daughter. white Chnntllly l w e a n d nylon m B n , 9fcrving
<',•:-•. tours and conferences a*Holmes, Oeraldine Kaczmnrek,
•" A r t .
Rirbnra Ann; his mother, Mrs. tulle «dwn fashioned with a scoop •hony Coppola and
r: of nn orientatioh program Mary Ann Kutcher, Kathleen
Kr»J
scolloped neckline, long sleevei ner, Pennsauken
Marie
Mlkrut,
Barbitra
.lean
> ••' 'ird to help them adjust to
-i
Panek,
Barbara
Ann.8a.iAla,
find
11
S.no"S^Tnd
«S^^^^
Colonia,
w,
,,,
'-••i . new surroundings.
Sally Ann Symaaskl of Forth
t-r T0nv7.uk: and two .brothers, j »-on v i l fell from a pillbox cap All three ore cousins of „.
Grni-ted upon arrival by their Amboy: Carol Asprocola.s, Arlene
•'His.; Hitters." who have already Bflelhower, Hester Juhl, Barbara
IVVT and Joseph, nil of this ] ftRITAIN,s P R 0 BI,EM
Pw traveliriR the bi n,
hormi^h.
: v\w fnmlliar with the new Nagy. Bernlce Sllagyl. and Lllllun
BRITAIN S PROBLfcM
melon-colored silk suit, bi '•• a t !
Th« funpral will be held at 9
'•nuri through letters, the new- Yuhasz of Fords; Corlnne Michrle
Here Is an unexpected1 Sid«-' c e s 9 O r , e s R n d &. g a r ; e n i _ •':sa;J
;
o''ln:-k tomorrow morning from
iincis proci-eeded to become ac- Matisa of Woodbrldge; Flstelle
Be»ch, aFla.,
the couple i..
v
v.!,-,^, Fulieral Home, 46 dren are
billeted on aThree
bus route
on evacuation.
chil- After
honeymoon
(|v;ih]'..f'd with faculty members Esther Newman of Highland
t the Fourth Street ml in
Alhntlp. Street. A high ma.y ot, that pnsses their parents' h.ome,
H'!l the .student body at an in- Park; Nancy Yurlnko of Menlo
Ml return horns Sept ( . m i r
rrqiliem will be offered in the One reeent week-enw their hosforiuul reocptlon Held in the »o- Park: Arlene Chlnchar of Hope-1
A graduate of Woodbrid,',,.
tess had some business to do. The
Church.
Interment
Hnlv FnmllV
lar'nm. Miss Ruth A. • Mercer, lawn; Elvera Kormandy of New!
School,
class of 1954, the \,.
children
went
back—for
one
day
will h" In St. Gertrude's Cemerilri'tor of nursing, Mis* Helen Brunswick; Dorothy Faytok of
imployed as a st-no!!!;,,, [
only—to their mother,
(•TV. Colonia'.
Pl-knrd, Associate Director of Carient; Louise Roane Boswell,
On Monday morning the Hostess the Prudential Insui!in>
f;<;iHat;on, ahd faculty members I Cliff wood; Virginia Ruth Lawhad
a letter. If the children pany of Newark. Her in
.HWVII FF7.ZA
were on hand to welcome the i son, Keyport; Marjorie Westercame
home
again, wrote their mo- graduate of St. Mmv
CARTKRET — Joseph Pezza,
t>ros]>;ctive nurses.
dahl,
Middletown;
Patricia
Hadther,
would
she send them one School, South Ambov,
;
80. (lied In his sleep Monday
Each limtructor will meet with den, Elmlra, New York, and
at a ttme, "as the three together I860, Is a parts mniiaiiCi
mnrninfl.
at
the
home
of
his
(•hf .group, Riving them an idea Thomas
X\n Motors Corporatio
Fetterolf,
Catawlssa,
(Uiwhtfr and son-in-law Mr. and are rather too much for me!"
bf the material covered In the Pennsylvania.
field.
Mrs. Edward Costello, 60 Harding
Specific course they teach, and
TORNADO' ARMY ENROLLED
Avenue. Clark.
l*liat to expect from their nursA "Tornado Army" of almost JUST LIRE DAD?
; Mr. Fe7,za lived with the Cosing education. Conference? with
250,000 volunteer sentries has
The barber lifted ti
: te'lo's for five years and was a
fculiiitnce counselors, instruction
been organized throughohut the
customer into chair 1
resident of Carteret for 46 years
In imrliumentary procedure and
Central states by the U. S. Weath"How do you want you:
NEW OFFICERS of the American College of Hospital Administrators fleeted in Chicago nn Sep- I before moving to Clark. He was
cln.ss organization, and the selecer Bureau. The army'has its own
son?"
employed by the U. S. Metals
tember 17. From left to right are First Vicr-President Anthony VV. Eckert, director, Perth Amboy
tion of temporary class represenair force, Its own GHQ, and repRefining Company for 27 years
"Like 'dad's, with a in
General Hospital; President A. J. Swanson, Chairman, Ontario Hospital Service Commission,
tative;; ore also on the agenda.
resents part of an all-out efNEW BRUNSWICK — Three
having retired ten years ago. His
top."
Toronto,
Canada,
and
Frank
Groner,
President-elect,
administrator,
Baptist
Memorial
Hospital.
Miss Marjorie O'Hara, Health sophomores are in the tentative
fort to beat the ternatlo by dei wife, Mrs. Esther Purlk Fezza,
Memphis, Tennessee.
jiml Recreation Director of the starting lineup released today by
tecting the black, revolving cloud
died
January
22,
1945.
fchndl. will speak to the group on Rutgers Coach John Stelgman
funnels as soon as they form, note
Surviving are four daughters,
Mr. and Mrs. John Frey. Jr., and
Social amenities of dormitory life for the Scarlet's opener with Ohio
the direction in which they ar«
Mrs.
John
Alban
and
Mrs.
Fredand Miss Ruth Skonleczny, presi- Wesleyan on Saturday.
Victor Schwartz, Port Reading.
moving, and immediate] alert teler'ck
F.
Simons,
Carteret;
Mrs.
dent of the student council, will
Port Reading
Wedding
Larry Muschlatti of Trenton at
Stephen Bunda, Perth Amboy, and ephone exchanges, radio and tele
prient the students on hospital left guard, Dutch Wermuth of
Thomas J. Giordano, son of Mr.
Mrs. Edward Costello, Clark; two vision stations.
hilt\s and regulations.
and Mrs. Albert Giordano, 188
Palmyra at right end and Jay
Personals
sons. Louts F e r n , Oakland, Calif, . The Labor Department recently
• BelicveliiK a good nurse must Hunton of Cleveland in the wingThird Avenue, was married Saturand Julius Pastor. Monroe. Mich, reported an increase in the numfirst enjoy good health herself, back post are the members of last
CHICAGO
—
Anthony
W.
Eckday afternoon in St. Elizabeth's
Hartford
50^
seven grandchildren and two great
t full-time health program has year's undefeated frosh squad
ber of strikes during July, mostly
Church, Carteret, to Miss Dorothy ert, member of the Board of grandchildren.
Norfolk
70<
f)ecn established In the nursing who have made the starting team.
as a result of the steel'dispute
M. Kubicka, daughter of Mr. and; R e g e n t s o f t n e A m e r i C a n College
Funeral services took place from About 400 strikes began in July
School for the first time. Under
*•»•
NEW
BRVKHWIi K
Mrs. Julius Kubicka, Carteret.
Senior Don Felber received the
Br MRS.
of Hospital Administrators, and the Bizub Funeral Home, 54 compared to 350 in June. Abou
• i t t r D P M t n i t Sundai- ; „ . the supervision of a committee
nod for left end. The tackles will
New Arrival
JOHN T.
l U t i u n ratex, 1 0 ' ; Cm 1
Director of the Perth Amboy Gen- Wheeler Avenue, yesterday morn- 710,000 workers were affected, as
' f five doctors, measures are taken be co-captain Art Robinson and
A daughter
was born Sunday to
ing with services at Free Magyar against 235,000 in the previous
MCDONNELL
5
D develop the maximum health senior Nick Kehayas. Ed BurkowMr. and Mrs. John Mw!ak."of 39 | eral Hospital, was elected First
Potentialities of the students In ski, a converted end, will be at
15 Sixth Strut School Street, at the Perth Amboy ; Vice-President of the College at I Reformed Church, Rev. Desso month.
Abraham officiated. Interment
|he physical, mental, spiritual, right guard and junior Dave PooPort Reading General Hospital.
the annual Convocation in Chi- was in Cloverleaf Park Cemetery
find social aspects of life.
ley will play center.
Auxiliary Activities
WOODBRIDGE PUBLISHING CO.
cago this week. Over three thou- Woodbridge. Bearers were John
• Registration and convocation
wo-8-im-w
Bill Whitacre, T - formation
The board meeting of the La- sand members of the College took V. Balog, Charles Fazekas, John
ht Union Junior College were also quarterback last year, will hold
18 GREEN STREET
K. Balog, Albert Sohayda, Chardies Auxiliary of Port Reading,
. , .,
included In the week's activities. down the blocking post in StelgWOODBRIDGE, N. J.
pa
n l e
n v
les Szestaye and Frank Vaszil.
Pire Company was held Monday. £ i ' ^ ™ °
Here the students will reeelve in- man's single wing. Senior Bill
A surprise miscellaneous bridal at the home of Mrs. Solecki, 1 T h e
H Enclosed please find $3.00 for one-year
objectives
of efficiency
the College
struction for nix months in the gatyas will handle the difficult
are
to
Improve
the
of
shower was held in St. Anthony's School Street. Rehearsal for the ho m
PHILIP JAFTE
'
i
jmslc science! as part of their tailback assignment and co-capsubscription to:
f
atatalstratlon,
to
proChurch hall, Thursday, for Miss Minstrel was held Tuesday. Tick- m o t e
CARTERET — Philip Jaffa, 60,
pre-clinical education.
¥ d ™ n , du f. educational
tain Jack Laverty will open fct Virginia Hall of 40 West Avenue,
1
D
INDEPENDENT-LEADER
ets may be obtained from Mrs.
formerly of this borough, died
1 An initiation program sponsor- fullback.
given by Mrs. Joseph Schatz and Prank D'Apolito, or any member courses lor the training of hospiFriday in Newark after a long illed by the junior class made such
G CARTERET PRESS
tal
administrators
and
to
develMisses Rose Fauble, Oenny Olu- of the auxiliary. A regular meet.ptivities as eating an entire meal
The U. S. is preparing to track choskl and Maureen Simeone.
op policies governing such courses. ness. A charter member of CarD EDISON TOWNSHIP-FORDS BEACON
ing will be held tomorrow night
ith only a spoon; a lack of Its artificial moons.
Mr. Eckert is a national figure teret Post 263, American Legion,
Miss Hall will become the bride at 8:00 o'clock in the firehouse.
he was a resident here until 1950.
in
the
hospital
field,
holding
imf
To
be
sent to:
of John Konick, Woodbridge, SepTo Wed Saturday
portant assignments in the Ameri- He operated a photo studio in
tember 29.
Miss Irene Hutnick, daughter can Hospital Association and the lower Roosevelt Avenue for many
NAME
Farewell Party
•
of Mrs. John Hutnick, E Street, American College of Hospital Ad- years.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mallow, 106 will be married Saturday afterSurviving are his wife, Hanna; | A D D R E S S
ministrators.
He
has
been
a
cruJt^..
•....:...:
,.:.:.i>.*L
Blair Road, entertained af a fare- noon at 2:00 o'clock In St. Anone son, Arthur of Newark, five
well party for their son. Garth, thony's Church to Thomas Riley, sader in the development of brothers, Jacob and Victor of Pasdisaster
plans
for
hospitals
and
I TOWN
who is entering the Navy today Perth Amboy,
civil defense. On the New Jersey saic; Nathan, East Rutherford;
and will train at Bainbridge, Md.
State level Mr. Eckert serves on Morris of Camden and Barnett
Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harry INDEPENDENCE
the State Hospital Licensing of New York City, and three sisFitser, Cedar Grove; Mr. and Mrs.
First Gossip: "Does Mrs. New- (Board, the State Hospital Ao> ters, Mrs. Sophie Saxe, Passaic;
John Day and Bruce Malloy, New- bride have her own way?"
: vlsory Council for Hill Burton Mrs. Lottie Carver, Chestnut Hill,
ark.; Louis Zar, East Orange; Mr.
Second Gossip: "Does she! Say,
Mass., and Mrs. Dorah Mass, of
and Mrs. Joseph Brady, Rahway; she writes her own diary a week 1 funds for hospitals and the Com- Mlllburn.
mission
for
the
Study
of
Public
Mr. and Mrs. William Howell, ahead of time."
"The Friendly Store"
Patient Care. Mr. Eckert is past
Funeral services were held SunStaten Island; Mr. and Mrs. Wilpresident
of
the
New
Jersey
Hosday
afternoon
at
the
Barrish
Fuliam Smith, Fords; Mr. and Mrs. RESTLESS
neral Parlor, Newark.
Charles Smith, Sr., Wopdbridge;
Angler: "You've been watching' P i t a l Association and past presiAnd you MUST see our
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rundle, Jo- me for three hours, Why don't', dent of the Middle Atlantic Hosseph Rundle, Jr., Miss Alice Runpital Assembly—New York, New WE CAN'T ANSWER
new Suburban Coats!
you try fishing yourself?"
dle and Mr. and Mrs. John Pahler,
Little Axel: "Mama, why does
Onlooker: "I ain't got the pa- Jersey, and Pnensylvania.
Carteret; John Frey, Sr., Roselle
Mr. Eckert is now serving his the man hit that pretty lady
tience.
Park; Richard Kuzniak, and Peter
second term as Regent of the with the stick? Is he mad at her?"
Jacovinich, Sewaren, and Miss
Mama: "Shush! He isn't hitting
Brazil has suspended the export College for the district representPatricia Mostcel, Frank Barbato, of atomic minerals to the United ing New Jersey, Delaware, Mary- her. He is the music director,
Robert Hill, Carmen Santora, States and denounced an agree- land and the District of Columbia and keeps time with the stick."
g
Rocco Simeone, Martin Martlno,
Little Axel; "But why is she
ment for a joint uranium search and will"continue to serve in this
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith, Jr.,
hollering then, mama?"
in Brazil.
capacity.
IMtTH AT KINO SU. - PBRTH AMBOV. ».
•'• ' n i l AMBOY — Th« largest
i -CM r h ; s In the fifty-three
•-: 'i/imy of the Perth Amboy
ii'';,il Hospital School of Nurs' >s ii nived at the hospital
'!>' m their nursing careers.
-K i'; ilw first freshman class
i:ikc u.^e of the newly-built
Sophs to Start
In Rutgers Opener
phone
rates are
Eckert is Elected
By Hospital Croup
LOW
f
'oo 00000,
NEW FALL
TOPCOATS
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PAGE THREE
FIMDAY, M\ITF,MnF,l
Ukrainian Independence
Day Set for January 22
PARKVIEW PATTER
St. Elizabeth Church Scene
Of Miss Kubicka Bridal
CAR1EHET - Ukranlan Independent; U.iy will be marked
sheath drew with
CARTKRET—A pretty wedding chose »
January 22, iyB7. and a Ukrainian
fine will t* placed on that day took place Saturday afternoon In blarlc accpsorlrs and a white 0Tunder the American flag at the8t. Bli«abeth'« Church when MWsjehid corsage.
Women'a Bowl- tact Mike Puuilo, 4757 for furDorothy Marie Kubicka, daughter ( A graduatr of Carteret High
Borough Hall.
befln bowling ther information.
of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kubicka. School, riau o'f 1954, the brtd«
The
date
designated
at
the
reBtptember 34,
Found—Roy Rogers wrlstwatch
118 Longfellow Street, became th« la employed Rt the Raritan A n e quest
of
the
board
of
trustees
brlde of Thomas John Oiordano. I nal Her husband, a graduate fit
,,t 8:30 t M., at the vicinity of Carteret Avenue and
of
St.
Demetrius'
Ukrainian
OrPierce street. Owner may obtain
Alleys, Penhinc Av»- «ame by calling 4311, %
thodox Church by Mayor Prank I. son of Mr and Mrs. Albert Olor-1 Woodbrldge High School. clM» of
Bareford
and the Borough Coun- dtno, US Third Avenue, Por(|L96a. i.« in the trucking bustoctt
P«r«on looking for* a ride to
Reading. Rev. Anthony J. Huber, with is father,
cil.
K r«etln|J to M n Paul Emerson's In Jersey city, or viDastor of the church, performed'
—
79 A*h Street, who eele- cinity of 18th and Cole. Begins
the double-ring ceremony
FOOD PRICES
blrttiday on September work at I A. M. and Is through
ed ii
Olven in marriage by her father, T l l e Agriculture Department
work at 5 P, M. Call 4660.
the
bride wore a gown of import- c^Ci'u lhl> ™ r r c n t l e v e l , o f * £ .
mrit unions to Mr. and Get well wishes to Mrs, Thomas
td Chantilly lace. Her crown of tal1 fon(1 " rlccs ^ , n o l d im ™
McWatters, 89 ober Avenue, who
lVmond Powen, 57 Arthur
seed pearls and sequins held an r c s t , o f l h r *ear- n b a s e d ^ P " "
R
Is a patient at the Perth Amboy
d l c t l o n on
'
lbrated
t
h
i
celebrated
their
hue. * " °
The St. Ellas Ladles Guild will imported French Illusion veil and | pttndmi? m « combination of « - "
General Hospital.
she
carried
white
orehida
and
>mimer buying p O * *
L wedding anniversary on
hold its openlnj meeting WednesBirthday greetings to John
and a slljdn downturn In MOD*
stephanotls.
day evening, September 2f, at
1
r , d birthday greetings to Groja, son of Mr. and Mrs. James
Miss Irene Slomko was maid of supplies. Price increases COW
8 P. M. at the St. Ellas Hall
L. Gross, 63 Leber Avenue who
such
Item
as
meats,
dairy
pro' Pahler, 91 Hickory Street,
honor and bridesmaids were the
wll celebrate his 4th birthday
ducts, fresh and processed
lebrated a birthday on September 25.
The members of th« Gadabout Misses Audrey Colgan and Dor Is
and vegetables, food fat*
.(•!• G .
Club attended the 1957 shqwlng Kovacs, this borough, and Patty
Mrs. J. L. dross, 63 Leber Aveoils. Lower priow were lndlcattd
,nd Mrs. J. Rundle, 81 nue, has five baby puppies she
of the Ice Capades, Sunday, at Olagola, Rahway. Flower Rirls
for pigs and poultry.
| o r y street, have announced Is willing to Kive away to someMadison Square Garden, New were Arlene Sabo and Jeanrtte
Luiiaue of their son, Owen, one who give them a good home.
York, A dinner party followed.
Kelemen.
L,,lori Kawaskl of Fukuoka,
The bast man was Samuel VerJOSEPH FEZZA
The Republican Social Club
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pftnek, nillo of Port Reading, and usherTlie couple were married will hold a meeting Tuesday eveWe wisli to express our sin89 HUladalfi Terrace, Cllftwood ing were Frank Markovlcs. Niel cere thanks to all our relatives,
|iv 23, and will make their ning, September 25, at 8 P. M.
START NEW SEASON: Scene at thr opening dinner of the Evening Department of the Carteret
Beach, are the parents of an In-Travagllone. and Anthony Scar- friends and neighbors for thtlri
lure. Owen hai returned In the City Line Club room, 3
fant son, Glenn Alia, born Sunday, pelllttl, all of Part Reading.
i japan and expects his wife Roosevelt Avenue. A film of the Woman's Club held In C'olnnla Country Club. Shown from left to right are Mrs. John Wollki,
Mrs. Ellle Roberts, Mrs. Thomas CouKhlin, Mrs. OliftoVd Cutter, Miss Eileen Kennedy .and September 16, at the Perth Am- Following a tour of New Eng- kind expressions of sympathy,'
around November 3.
50th anniversary of Carteret will
Mrs. Stanley K. Nlemiee.
boy General Hospital. tyTs. Panek land and Canada, the couple will their many acts of klndniM'
't'rtitiim! Girls, 15-1«, In the be shown and refreshments will
nnd beautiful floral trlbut«»i
is the former Marlsne Marronl deslde at the Longfellow Street extended in our bereavement
nrea, who are Interested be served. All members are perof
Carteret.
address. For going awaj, the bride in the death of our dearly be(liivmt! basketball, pleue con- mitted to bring a guest.
loved father, grandfather and
The Installation of the newly
CARD OF THANKS
g r e a t Rrandfather, Joseph
elected officers of the St. Mary's
Fezza.
WMWIIWWWMWMMWMMWIMWW
JOHNSON
Ukrainian Young Ladles. Sodality
The latest things in sportswear
We especially wish to thank
We wkh to expreu our sinwill be held Sunday, September i
ire the new jumper-jacket enCARTERET — The Washing- Elsie Sabo, Mrs. Frances Stupar, 23, at 4 P. M. was announced at cere appreciation to all our Rev. Dezso Abraham, minister
iembles that are actually part ton-Nathan Hale P.T.A. held its Mrs. E.J. Kushner. Mrs. Olensky, I t h e l r
of the Magyar Reformed
relatives, friends and neighbors
m e e U n » heW ln the
[)RT READING — Mils Cath- Anthony Catallne, nephew of the lumper, part dress. In this style opening meeting of the season Mrs. J. Koscis, Mrs. Theodore
Church of Perth Amboy; Mrfc.
for the many acts of kindness
church
hall
by
Rev.
Fedyk.
__
~^
_.
D'Apollto, daughter bride, both of Elizabeth.
:an be found such important fa- Wednesday evening. Mrs. Arthur Chenkin, Mrs. E. Skocypec, Mrs.
Gertrude Borrhard, organJtt;
and sympathy they extended
Frank D'Apjlito and the For traveling the bride wore a ihlon themes as Empire, draw- Stupar, president, introduced Mr. S. Stokes, Mrs. Eve Tlndal, Mrs. The address of Robert Schantz, during our bereavement in the men's church choir of the M»>*
|jir n'Apolito, was, married to gray suit with black, accessories trlng Jackets, back detailing, Car- Edward J. Dolan, president .of Sylvia Carpenter and Mrs. E.who entered the Navy Is Com- death of our beloved father,
yar Reformed Church of Garus Howard Grondln, Jr., and a white orchid corsage. The ca? and stalk slim silhouettes.
teret; officials and employees
the Board of Education, who Hann.
munication 45, Naval Air Sta- grandfather and great-grandMr. and Mrs. Cornells H. newlyweds will spend six months A great favorite with the col-spoke on the local bus transof the Power House dept, of the
father, Otto Johnson, and
Also Mrs. M. Kazo, Mrs. Dodge, tion, Pensacola, Fla,
bin. 13 Jone» Place, Linden, in California and will return next ege set will be fabric-trimmed portation for school pupils, also Mrs. M. Estok, Mrs. Mary Britton,
U. S. Metals Refining Co.; Cargratefully acknowledge with
John Mullan, son of Mr. and thanks the many floral tributes,
morning at 11:00 o'clock. March to reside at the Second iweater and skirt teams with a stating their views on the sub-Mrs. J, Skocypec, Mrs, Ann Worth
teret Education Association;
dress-look in mind. The trim- ject were Mrs. Alys Sheridan and Mrs. J. Tifner, MJrs. Wflllam Mrs. Bertram Mullan, 20 Cypress spiritual bouquets, donations of
j Stanislaus Milos, sutor, per- Street address.
Carteret School Nurses; em|td the double-ring ceremony A graduate of Woodbridge High mings are detachable to allow for Mr. John Kolibas, members of Serson, Mrs. James Andres, Mrs. Street, left Saturday to enter his cars, and to: Rev. Onllle N,
ployees of the General AmeriSchool,
class
of
1954,
the
bride
was
College*,
Loretto,
Penn.
sweater washability. Tops, feat- the board. Mr. Edwin Qulnn, sup- E. Stanichar. Mrs. Ann Meklune,
Jo'lfbrated the Nuptial Mass
Davidson, pastor of St. Mark's
can Tank and Storage Co.; OH
mployed at the Security Steel uring applique and jewel*, will erintendent of schools, explained
Anthony's Church.
Episcopal Church, employes of
Workers International Union
Mrs.
Oail
Donaghue,
Mrs.
H
Helm,
new science course for pupils to Mrs. Medwlck, Mrs. Martha
i:, in marriage by her broth- Equipment Corporation, Avenel. also be popular.
General Aniline and Westvaco
Local No. 397; boys at Jack's
Her
husband
Is
a
graduate
of
Lin.itthew D'Apollto, Matawan,
Chemical Div., Food Machinery
in Clark; those who donated
The evening sweater seems to help keep pace with current times George, Mrs. Charles Sillier, Mrs.
den
High
School,
class
of
1952,
and
and urged parents to consider
iidt' wore a gown of blush
an4 Chemical Corp.. pallbeartheir cars; pall bearers; Cat'
Is serving in the U. S. Navy. He le here to stay. They are as Im-the school insurance plan for Mary Saxon and Mrs. Zaewskl.
am with a chakJirtta. Her Is stationed at San Diego, Call- portant for the coming fall and
ers, Carteret Police Escort, and
teret police escort and the
Son
born
to
Mr.
and
Mrs.
MiJohn J. Lyman, Funeral Diniatchtng Illusion w u at-fornta.
winter, as they have been during the protection of their children HIGHLY COMPETENT
Bizub Funeral Home for satischael Mlsko, 93 Warren street, at rector.
during school hours. ,
to ii coronet of rhlnestones
the last three years.
factory services rendered.
A toian of six feet, eight inches Elizabeth General Hospital, Eliza|pfiirls.
Family of the late
Dyed - to-match sweaters and
Family of the late
The members of the faculty applied for a job as a life guard. beth, September M. Mrs. MUlco Is
TELEVISION SETS
MR. JOSEPH FEZZA
Otto Johnson
, Ann Santora, Port Read- A sample survey conducted the skirts are still much in demand. were introduced by Miss Kather"Can you swim?" asked the of- the former Veronica Kulln.
eived the bride as maid of first of this year by the Cennu Something new has been added lne Donovan and Mr. Joseph ficial.
Miss Carmela D'Apollto, Bureau revealed that almost three here to the way of silk shirts co- Comba, principals.
"No, but I can wade to beat the Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
1 Rending, cousin of the bride, out of four households In the or mated to flannel skirts and A way sand means committee band."
Richard P". Wltte, 80 Mulberry
| Barbara Kosaclc, Woodbrldge, United States had one or mort iweaters. 811k skirts and sweat- as selected to arrange for a
Street at Elizabeth General HosI.Miss Linda Grondln of U n - television sets. This compared with ers that pick up the dominant co- money making project in the HORSE THIEF SURVIVES
pital, September 14. Mrs, Write
I sister of the bridegroom, were 67 per cent of householders with ler in tweed skirts are' new
PHOENIX, Ariz.—Vernon Gail is the former Vlcian Turner.
near
future.
Mrs.
Stupar
appointexpressions of dyed-to-match.
l I R W e , at" Hill Pharmacy,
Ibmlesmalds.
ed Mrs. Margaret Jensen, Mrs. Matthews, 21, ought to be thanksets in June 1955 and 12 per cent
Son
b^m
to
Mr.
and
Mrs.
=
- * - sider filling a prescription
The
result
of
all
this
dyed-toful
he
wasn't
born
50
years
ear|stph Schlavo, nephew of-the In 1950, when the Bureau made
May Cannon, Mrs. Julia Larkin,
match is one of unity. They are Mrs. E. J. Kushner, Mrs. Joseph lier, because he might have had Samuel Mlmicci, 126 Heald Street,
a-111 is next in importance to
was beat man. Serving as Its first such survey.
especially flattering to the full Lukaszewski, Mrs. Mary Britton, to deal with a lynching party. t the Perth Amboy General Hoss were Cwmen Santora.
writing it.
Igure and emerge as a "high Mr. Joseph Comba and Mr. Wal- Matthews, who recently stole a pital, September 12.
Charles Klunas and
BOY. 6, SHOOTS GIRL, 2
tyle" sport get-up.
horse got off with a five-year
Our Prescription Department is up-to-the
ter Gaaior.
Son born to Mr, and Mrs. Rob•DAN8VILLE, N , Y. — Dewey Trimmings on separates this
probation term.
minute with stocks of new, fresh drugs and
ert
Ward,
106
Bernard
Street,
at
The
attendance
prize
was
won
so little Ritchey, 6, found a 44-40 caliber fall are not for accentuation. They by Mrs. Rose WeUman's third A WASHTUB BOAT
Pharmaceuticals.
he Perth Amboy General Hospihunting rifle In a corner of theare used to relate separates.
tal, September 17.
lo phone
home of his playmate, Vanessa Leather has come up importantly grade class and Mrs. Emma Con- MAYSVILLE, Ky.—Wanting to
We welcome the opportunity to give you
Ion's
kindergarten
class.
reach
hard-to-get-at
but
choice
Pinch, 2, where the children were for all kinds of garments from
Son born to Mr, and Mrs. Wilprompt
professional service on all prescripClass
mothers
for
the
year
were;
flshlng s p o t s a l o n g t h e o h l 0 R i v e r )
playing alone. While It is not cer- coats to dresses, and also as trimliam Collins. 64 Sycamore Street,
tions.
appointed
as
follows:
Mrs.
A.
J.
Walter
G,
Austin,
Maysville
tailor,
ming
for
co-ordinated
shirts,
tain whether the gun was loaded
at the Perth Amboy General
Bubenheimer, M r s . Matthew designed himself a boat. It con- Hospital, September, 18.
first or whether the boy found sweaters, and skirts.
Ayres,
Mrs.
Elsie
Resko,
Mrs.
DonCleveland.
sists of a huge tractor-tire Inner
66*
a cartridge and loaded It himself, The sports outfit has never
In four football games between
Richmond.
the gun went off and the load been more important than It will ald Sabina, Mrs. T. Santora, Mrs. tube that encircles a No. 2 wash70*
J. Balog. Mrs. J. Kilyk Mrs. Grace tub, just the right size for Austin Southern Methodist and TJCLA
be
during
the
coming
fall
and
struck
Vanessa
in
the
chest.
She
"The Home of Service"
hm SKW BRUNSWICK «lur
DelVaccio, Mrs. Nancy Paslow- alone.
the 8MTJ team has been victorious
winter.
died Instantly.
r I'M mJ Bundiyi. 3 mio. i U sky, Mrs. Andrew Rachoe, Mrs. J.
each time.
587 ROOBEVELT AVENUE
CARTERET
Phone KI-1-5325
t».u n i s , 10% U i not Included.
Kovaly, Mrs. Mary Toth, Mrs. YOU TELL 'EM
NATIONAL PRODUCT
The U. S. plans to take part In
The Department of Commerce Julia Larkin, Mrs. Emeric Hol- Speaker: "The man who. gives
twelve trade fairs abroad.
has reported that the gross na- derith, Mrs. John Kubicka, Mrs. in. when he Is wrong is a wise
tional product of the United May Cannon, Mrs. Mary Dyno, man, but the man who gives in
President
Rrc. Secretary
States reached a record annual Mrs. S, Szelag, Mrs. Margaret when he is right is—"
CATHERINE
ERWINE
Voice
from
Audience:
"Mar
Jensen,
Mrs.
Mary
Keleman,
Mrs.
rate of $408,000,000,000 in the
RUCKRIEGEL
ried."
,
(•REENWALD
M^
Pavalowski,
Mrs.
Edward
second quarter of 1956, being $5,000,000,000 above that of the first
•'(Ming Bouquet*
•• Funeral Designs quarter—the previous high—and
1st Vice Pres.
(or. Secretary
Get Your Back-to-School Haircut
$21,000,000,000 above the comparFRANCES
EILEEN
Corsages
Cut Flowers
able quarter of 1955. The gross
In Air Conditioned Comfort
DONOVAN
KENNEDY
national product is the sum of
Dish Gardens
goods and services produced.
MI1S
ROSE ROSENBADM MRS. DOROTHY HEPWORTH
0Al*l4i
CA-l-HH
vSrieh —
iss Catherine D'Apolito
fride of Linden Resident
In Fashion Now\
Washington-Nathan Hale
PTA Names Class Mothers
Thank You...
anywhere
HILL PHARMACY
iriak's Flower Shop
September 23-29
, COR. BLANCHARD STREET, CARTERET
2 Blocks Weit of Borough HaU ,'
WE DELIVER — TEL. CA-1-5465
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weather ahead!
• Expert
Lubrication
• Free Whetjl
Balance Check
• Scientific
Engine Tune-up
• Complete
Brake Service
• Tire Repair
Service
v
Automatic
Car Wash
Accessories
KEPICH
We Specialize in CREW
MEDICAL COSTS UP
[JUTS & FLAT TOPS
The Bureau of Labor Statlstcls puts its medical-care category
now at 132 per cent of the 1947-49
average, compared with 116.2 for
the entire consumer price index
indicating that the cost of medical
care has taken the biggest rise
1176 Roosevelt Avenue, West Carteret
of any item on the cost-of-living
BARBER SHOP
OPENING SOON IN CARTERET!
1
KUTCY'S PORK STORE
and DELICATESSEN
62ri ROOSEVELT AVENUE
I
CArteret 14900
— Featuring —
Home Made Provisions European Style
• Frying Chickens
• Corned Beef
• Home Made Koast Pork, Roast
Virginia Hani and Boiled Hani
• Roast Beef
• Delicious Imported Herring
• Potato Salad
'• Cole Slaw
t Home Made Sauerkraut
• Baked Beans
f Pickles
• Tomatoes
• Macaroni Sa)ad
• Hot and Sweet Peppers
Every Thursday and Friday we will feature Special Home-made Meals to
- take home in containers.
150
1-6752
SERVICE
Watch This Paper for Our Opening
Announcement
2nd Vice Pres.
IRENE
ROGOWSKI
Treasurer
ADELINE
ANDERSON
Our Slogan:
"First In Leadership"
OUR EMBLEM (iW shoWh here) SYMBOLS: TORCH SYMBOL
OF LIGHT, WISDOM, PRINCIPLE, LEADERSHIP, LOYALTY,
SELF SACRIFICE AND DEVOTION.
Seems llite Americans observe all kpids of weeks—so many In fact that it's
usually pretty hard to keep track of them. They come so thick and fast that the
majority don't seern very important and, as a matter of fact, are often overlooked,1.
This week of September 23 through 29 ts different—probably because it honors
such a large and important group of people. This is NATIONAL BUSINESS ANt)
PROFESSIONAL AND WORKING WOtyEN IN ALL FIELDS WEJEK. The people
it honors are the 20 million women who are working in America today. The fact
that there is a week set aside to pay tribute to these women is the result of work
done by the oldest and largest organisation of working women in the country, The
National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc. The Federation was founded in 1919. The flrBt meeting was held in St. Louis with only 212
women attending. Today there are 200,000 members throughout the 48 Btates. A
good many changes have, taken place in the organization since the first meeting,
especially in the types of jobs that the women hold. It sounds as though the Federation is a pretty good cross section of women who work throughout the country.
We are aiming to uphold the principle of equal pay for equal work without discrimination. I wish to congratulate all women. We need to do eithaustive research
on laws affecting working women. I hope every woman will take time in a big job
of being a citizen to register and vote, The organization does not align itself with
any one candidate because It is bi-pwUann. We would just like to remind every
woman that it js her duty as a good citizen to VOTE, Don/t be a part-time citlaen.
Exercise your right. In 1956 the National Federation of Business and Professional
Women's Clubs, Inc., gave MM opportunity for all V>men who work to join the
Federation in establishment of the first world-wide Foundation and Research Center for topics which affect working women,
Groetlngi to all working women of Carteret
tr«m Catherine Ruckriegel, President.
CARTERET
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1950
PAGE FOUR
REAP
A HEAP
OF SAVING S O N
Customer's Corner
A&P's FINE GROCERY ITEMS!
Blooming
Appetites!
An daysfyow shorter, appetites just grow! And
as appetites grow, no go your food bills. That's
why, more than ever, it's important to shop where
you'll save — A A P !
You see, with AAP'B abundance of lo>r prices —
the more you buy, the more your savings grow.
Department after department, week after week —
if you compare prices, you can actually see your
savings mount! (And these are CASH SAVINGS
— the very best kind.)
A&P is jin the hall keeping your lulls small on groceries for Fall. Save on efficient cleaning supplies
. . . fine canned, glawrd, and packaged goods. . . groceries of all kinds! Come see, you 11 save!
Libby'i Brand
TOMATO
A&P Brand — Our Finest Quality — SECTIONS OF
So be thankful for your family's hearty fall
'round appetite. And be happy, too, that you've
discovered the store that saves you more, all year
'round - AaP!
> Come See...You'll Save of 4iPJ
CUSTOMER RELATIONS DEPARTMENT
A s P Food Stores, 420 Lexington Ave., N.Y. 17, N.Y.
A&P's famous "Super-Right"
YELLOW CLING
Quality
Rib Half Full Cut
Loin End
Loin Half Full Cot
Compare the cuts — compare the prices — with what you
may see elsewhere . . ' . you'll see that A&P has' the values!
"Super-Right" Quality-BONELESS BRISKET
Straight Cuts
Front Cuts
CORNED BEEF 6 9 7 9
Specially cured for mild, delicious flavor in our U.S. Government
"Super-Right" Beef
Inspected Corned Beef Rooms.
"Super-Right"—Pork
Rib Steaks
<° °<
Freshly Ground
83c Sausage
'39c 159c
Super-Right Brand
Groiaid Beef
39c Franks *"»>49c
Combination-M:ps and Stewing
11b.
AllBeef,
55«
Boneless
Shoulders of Lamb
39c Smoked Pork Butts 65c
(toneless
Top-Grade—READY-TO-CQOK
V e d Roast
»49c Turkeys u K * •> 49c <,;,",«••55c
SHOULDER
"Super-R g>tt" Quality
Fresh
Veal Chops
65c - 8 9 c Flounder Fillet
Super-R'glit Brar.d
GRAPEFRUIT 3 44
2 ^ 57
PEACHES
SWEET PEAS 2 3 3
A&P Brand — Our Finest Quality
PORK LOINS
25-35c 43-53
Rib End 7 Rib
*69c
Sliced or Halves
Libby's Brand
Premium Crackers 2?;; 49c Tomato Ketchup 2 35
Hydrox ..-,22 ,,.V;,, 32 Daily Dog Food 6 r 43c
, 14ei.
, bottle/s
Sunshine Cookies
AsP's Own-Regular, Fish or Liver
Hersbey's or Nestle's
1 Gent Sale...Kraft's Deluxe
Chocolate Bars 3 »1.00 Margarine I ' l E t T 2 £ 40c
n>°W
Crispo Fig Bars . . . £43* Brill's Spaghetti Sauce
si Mt er
Cocoa Marsh L;bk
<>-*»r* ' £ 3 * Liverwurst Spread * » I." 14'
Fruit Cocktail " -•>-«-. * £ 37' Saltesea Clam Chowder. ! V23
French Dressing , e ,t«a.. ISA?
MarshmaDow Fluff . 7 'i°'23 I Hi-C Orange Drink. . .::27C
Junket Rennet Powder 3 * » 35'Nedick'sOrangeDrink:;iM.,37'
Homemaid Sandwich Bags 3 S.2S
uiumtyiuties ,Mm,^^, t,,
Nestle's £ Morsels. . X Fels Naptha
A T Instant EMAftliMM $e off label *) 51/] oz. *1Q{
V * " > Cake I I W J l l l i y
Banded *• pkgs. *»V
• T U I I M L H •^••ASjk.at
Sliced Bacon X27< : 4 9 c Fish Sticks ••«•- 2 2 5 *
19
FRESH CARROTS- 10
FRESH PRUNES 2 2 3
Large Size
each
From Western Farms
•
10 39< Cauliflower
From Western Farms J
head
kttd
19c Valencia Oranges 5 59c
AMHICA'S FOXEMOST FOOD RETAILER . . . SINCE l B S t
Sage
Cream Chtese
Philadelphia brand
4
3 oi. 07(J 8 °i- Q l o
* plgi.
4 I
pkg. * »
PLAST3C
STARCH
pint M ' O
pint 3 5 C i u < i r | 63 0
THE ODFAT M L / u r i c » PACIC'C TfA
Prices effective thru Saturday, September 22nd
in Super Markets and Stlf-Service stores.
Crisco
Heinz Soups
Ajax Cleanser
Pura vagatabla ihorianing
Craam of Calary, Cr«am of Faa,
Vagalabla, Vagetarian
With bleach
Wesson Oil
For cooling and talaiJt
SAFETY
BLEACH
1 1 0 , 700
$uper {Markets
3 ; : : 3 * 2 : : ; 33«
llb.<
Camay Soap
Camay Soap
Colgate's Vel
Oxydol Detergent
For toilat and ba(h
Especially (or t i n bai4
' y.'ith 5c oH U b . l
For tha family wash
Maid
French styt*
pk9.
Fantfy domestic
A&P brand
plcgt.
Wisconsin wedges
A Taste Delight with Every Bite I
Jane Parker- ALL HITTER
Mild & Mellow
lib.
bag
Vigorous & Winey
BOKAR
<b ba.1.03
ISOihaai 2
33
Ivory Personal Soap
22OI.CTQ
off labal
can ^ ^
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Open Tuesdays & Thursdays 'til 9 P.M. — Fridays 'til 10 P. M
4« l "23°
fi
Vel
Liquid Detergent
WilUOc
Lemon Pie
Dundee Coke
tirge „ *
lineliJlwWaJ*
Jain
wholt
Parker
c«k«
83<
7—
Colo-Soft
roll>
89
J««
Puktr
3-LB. BAG 2 61
3-LB. BAG 3 03
Swanee
Paper Towels
COFFEE
CAKE 6 5
: FLAVOR!"
Rich & Full-Bodied
3-LB. BAG 2.91
pkg.
pkg.
CHANGE TO
THE COFFEE
THAT'5 "
<i>b,g99c
7l/,oi.iftC
10 oi.
Better FLAVOR
Bigger VALUE!
RED CIRCLE
8 oi.
pkg.
9 oi.
Birds Eye
.-'"
pkf.
10 oi.
Birds Eye
1
Itz
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cans
Birdi Ey»
Far dithwaihing and fina fabrici
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«&P Irani
. Fwcy WltCMSlt
fans
6 oi.
MirwU
California
Iceberg lettuce
Dairy Foods
10 oi.
Hi*
6 oi.
Dole's t
23<
i!i
3 47c Swiss Slices
37.
2 25' American Slices t ^ T , : »
2 27' Muenster Slices
33'
2
2
Sharp Cheddar Spread wi'<>id*Iblb 43cC
GorgonzolaCheese/. • 75
Parmesan Cheesfe . , .
pkg. 25'
Libby's Peas
Pineapple Juice
Grapefruit Juice
Green Beans
Broccoli Spears
Brussels Sprouts
Birds Eye Cauliflower
From Nearby Farms
Farm Fresh
„ OTc
Dog Yummies *"."«»*••" 2FJ,,. 33' Marcal To^ Tissue onwrap'er 4 ° 3/ c c
M a r a C : Napkins . 2 VV 21 Octagon Laundry Soap 3 -<- W
Frozen Foods
Sweet, Juicy, Thrifty — California
Potatoes
Chocolate covered 4% oz.
L V J 1 « M « « I Colored T S * * a i A Sea coupon A
Fovorite Fruits and Vegetables
U. S. No. 1 Grade 'A' Size
Ann Pigs
N»bisco—Plain v Salted
Cap'm John's—Quick-Frozen
From Idaho Orchards — Freestone
29
JUICE
Colgate's AD
Datargant (or automatic wakhtri
70
'
giant 7 4 g
Pig ' *
Ivory Soap
F»r dithai, Laundry or Balti
3
madjum » J C Q
Super Suds
Detergent
pig. '
Ivory Soap
For diihai, Laundry "' ' '
1 a M°
Duz
For tha. family»
largafjg
giant 7 j | g
pkg. • •
pl». '
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PAOE FIV*
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 195(5
•TKK.RT P R E S S
(•AH
FT
Your Garden
This Week
Vmir I Mtgcn Garflen
Reporter
jij
flowering plant that
urow and needs-little
lirn"
,.1,-t. a riddle, but a popuIT';:1.' .oiiiii from Hardeners with
• (|!1'
]W,.|c,s who welcome s u n - '
f,n- getting; big results
. 11S
I
(. work.
meet these requlrei)li; ,,j
, s ' perfectly, according to
,•,! B. Ucey, extension spo-;
. in home grounds at the
'"',, (,[ Agriculture., What's
k;iv.s lip, this is the season
,i;o:i if you want to start
.' ironies or divide established
'I
111'1'1"
, newly planted or di.September will become
; .-cd by winter and ready to
',. vigorous topgrowth next
;,i
sunny Spot B a t •.
,:,(] in a sunfiy location
• ;rv can grow undisturbed,
will thrive for years with
i iii tie attention. Lacey
;,.. But be sure to choose
;,,ii carefully at first beMI will have to expect to
I;II or two of bloom if
r.r to move your peonies
il.ir'.y if you're-.doing oth,:,:;n« nearby, lhake sure
, ;ice or bush, now small,
•uw up to cast shade over
-nines. Make sure of good
i ••.
AT THE HELM: Mtes Patricia Minue, a senior at the Catteret
High Hj{h Srl-ool lias hrcn chosen field majorette and will be
In cliarge of all majorettes and twirlers acccnline to Bandmaster
Philip Waron.
t O O .
, umps about fcur feet
I'n'.il your pednles get
i>UiU the spaMs between
or annual
M0TK8 TO FINANCE THE C08T *rt»l bondj nf t h e Borouuh of Cnr- tlonR »\Uhorl7,ert by thli ordlnanc*
teret, in the Cnunty of Mldtllejft;. Nr v pnrmlHetl by t h r exception to the fltll
TH8RBOF
WHRHKflS. the Stute Dftmrtnieni of Jprsey. in th» »g((r»iriite principal limitations rrntnlncil In Sertlcn «:1"I
HMlth i f the State of New Jersey haa .uiKii,nt of not atce-trtlng One Million (HI of the Revised Stnlnrrs
ID» That ' h o nopftrtinriil
of H«llt
duly Iwued its irder purnimnt tp Mnt- rive Hundred Fifty T h o u m n i r>o::nrs
1
n'i> renulrlni! 'lie B f r n i n h of CurierPl i$l .VSO.OOOi pursunnt to Hie I,oc.il Bond of thp s'ntn * : NPU .tir f*v hns herett
to construct the KWer Improvement" I »»•. fpr"'lt'ltlii7 Article I of Clnp- fore mmle nnd »B'rrrd its order pit
tpf I or Title 40 of the Revised s i - u '
i
i
dmwrlhed In Mid ardor; and
WMttafcA^, it is in* < ,1, ry (or thr uips -if New Jersey, for the piirimiioa authorized hy this ordinance In It
of
flii«»pln«
the
rOBt
of
the
ImpnivpliininifT
prnvl'^Ptl
1:1 H'KTirm
BorouRh to Issue Itn bonds or hotps
40:1 -1
to finance the cn^t nr M!;1 impro-c- ninits or property described m 8er"on IBI nt the ttfv|i"rt SlBtniP"
1 hereof The form, rnte or r u e s "f
awtloii T T!mt U:e iiinniint of tt
mentu; n o * therefore
In'projt nnd nil other detnlls not prf-prrK^pertR f^f t^p bo'idfl or II'I'P C sutno
••K IT ORDAINED DV THE MAYOR s n hed hprrln «hiill be determined bv
AND COUN( II, OT THE BOflOUUH OF
OF »ub'"wiiieiit resohiilon or resolutions Iwl hy tins nrillti'itire u-lil-li mny 1
pxnetl'fi f i r I i f ' U s t ;m f.urh ob l^l
CARTERET, IN THE nPTTNTY
n-'oii'rii piirniKint to In'v bV tli* povprn- tlrcni !s«MPd to niititicp r.nrh Irnproyi
MIDTURHEX. NEW JURSEY
liin body of Mid norolmh
Sf.'t'oii 1, Tliftl pnrsimn' rn ' N P
npp'lpable ntniiite^ there Is hereby
SP^MOH S In orrler to Winpornrlly rn-iiii mvl ]fi;n| P ( i « n r p \ tl.e cost
MlMiorl'Pd the rnmtnirtlMi nr nniulM- nrtivnrp the post of the Improvement 1 ; the iKHUfinre of surli chlli;ii'.'>n«. '
othef fxrviifps spftfied
In Sectlo
''nii of additions, pxtpnslons nnd Im-or propertv dew rlhed In Eec'ion 1 here.
vrmputs to the nonnlRh'r P*IR:!'IK of. nnd in (intWpiitlrn of the I..J.UBII"B *° ' • " "' '"<• Revlwrt P'.nutM, 18 ni
T n'i'cm, rollout Ing nf (hut notnf the pprmtinent hnnds imhorlzeri In nrfpnirw thr sifii of iriO.OIfl.
flprtloti
loni! us any of IB
i« limited to 1 stnrm wster drains Section i hereof, tlmrp 1» hereby a u 'ei i.'itticrb.ed herein
iiiul spwrr«. reMpf servers, nml re.'oti- thorlwit ttie Isiinmre of bon I miHi-l- bonds or
•lY
the full 'Mill and cred
fltpirtl.in of portions of the spwntfi1 pfttlnn notes pursunnt. to •mli\ Loc.il
irpnt.mpnt plnnt, pumping sflttlons and Bond L i « . In the ni-,src<nte p:lnrlpnl nf the p.T-muMi dt r'Trtpret, In
IntPivpptliiK never*. Inrludltm the acff not
n e p ' . n i t One
imoiM)' ff
not p
'nee'.tiit
One Million
Million County
- of Mi'ldlcsrx, Np« Jersey.
. lh»
rgiililnn nf nnv materials, equipment.
tiititU nr rl?h*s nf w;»v. rlpnrlflii r^h'n Five Hundred Fifty TTionsivnd Dollnr.i be pieclc'-rl f.,r Die p.r.ineiit of t
nf mil Interest on all nf
or iitli(!r propertv neres«ary therefor, (»lJW)0O0l. The rorm, rnto or rates of prlmipnl
1 1
1 lfli e<1
" iipproprlnHon
pi'rauunl to
nnil nny otlipr purposes nprf-ssTrv, In- InleHest t|hr1 nil other detnll* not pre- I" "' ". '"" ""I"
nnd ' an
scribed
herein
shnll
be
determined
by
dilcntdi or nppiirteimnt thereto, all In
be niiim ly pdntnlned In the UUd|
resolution
or
resnlutloiifi
urrortlnm P with t.hp plnn*; i^jid M)*;olfl- subsequent
„
rid. , , . . 'pii™innV'Vo'"law" hvll-.e K.iv-, »»d U«os sliall UP li'vlejl annually ?<
rnUnnfi lierptdfore prppnrr I by Cotton, crnlns
body of said Boroirh.
;»"<•!' i'rtn -.p,.l ,m:l In-erast on all
piprre, Strpanrter. IIIP . Enclnrpr.-. nnd Section t It Is hereby found, d r i e r - 1 " 1 ' ' *'"ll'('
proper'v within M
A,erl with Rlltl i-pprnvpd fov the Stnt"
•
Boroutth
fli'pirimptit nf Kcni'ti dii'i drirrlt>ecl Ir mined nnd ilK-lnrpd by this Council
•
i Seriioit 9, 'I'.v i M h u n - r sntll M
•"I.i nrHer of mid St»tf Dp|inrtm»n! of follows:
IAI That nIt the tion'ls or notes f e e t t r p n ' v tlnv pf'er thp flfst. p\tb\
HPi'tth referred to In t tic preamble
Un.il p i s i t g *
Issued p v m i a n t to this ordlnanrp shall " t l n n Iherr^f 1i f
thereof.
henr Intere-it at not exceeding SIK per the miuiner pr" . '''ed bv law.
•• T1K0HGE J. BRSCHKA,
•r- centum per annum, payable srmlPortion ?. It Is herrbv fornd. dpiirBorotiih Cier
rn!npd mid dcclnrpd hy this Coun.- ns annually,
(fll ThSt the period of usefulness iif
fOl'.OU'?
The MrtKiliu' nrdlnnn^p was intW
(Ai That the estlmntcd mnxnlum t the purposes descrthed In Section 1 ducod s t R inpctlns -if tlir Ciimcl!
mount, to be raised from all sources, hereof, within the limitations of said the Bornuirh of Curtctrt heM Septflnv
ber 20, Wili. whpn It Wns adopted f (
for the purposes ''escribed In Section 1 Local Bond Law Is forty years
rn-reot Is 11,550.000. '
] (Ci That the supplemental debt n"t rinrutu! The snld ordinance wll
on spi-ond readlrt|
<Bi Th"t the estimated maximum ' ntntement required bv Section 40'1-M be further T'lflM
a ineetlnK of Mil
of b"nds or notei to be Issued of the Revised Statutes was. prior to for flnul adiv.itiin
by the Borou'/h of Cnrteret for tl.e the nnsMvre off ti''<
) ' or " n " ' •» i"i J" Council nf (lip TIIKIMHII ill Curtent Ol
V^crlbed In Section 1 hereof re'-'i.n'!, duly uiorie jind B'ed In t h e October 4. 1!>'.«. n' 8 P. M - Counol
Is (1,550,000.
office nf t h e Boroimh cterk. niirt said Chaniher.* Borovnh Hall, nooke A T *
dpb'
s t a t e m e n t shows nue, C'jrtt'rt't. N .)., at v l ' l o h time
Section 3. That said sum of ll.SM.ono fitipplpmer.'nl
h
e and the snme Is herehv apnTnprlat.c-i t h a t t h e Kros-i debt of said BDtovi';h. plurp nil persons t I n t cnr i s f P i will b •
,:
for the purposes stated In Sertlon 1 as denned ln Section 40:1-76 of t h e Klven nn o p p n r t u n ' v ' be n*/ard.
hereof.
OEOROE J . BflRCHKA, ?>
Pevi-ipd S ' N t u ' e s is increased by this
BorouRh OH '
Section 4. That there Is hereby au- orrtln»nre In t h e n m w n t of ll,5.W,0GO.
thorized the Issuance of negotiable and t h a t t h e Issuance of t h e obLlKu- C P . 9 21. 28
v
PERSISTENT BURGLARS
A LAMBDA, Calif. — Burglars
drilled their way through three
walls—from one store Into another tmd escaped with 1700 In
cash and $1,400 In checks. They
bored 38 holes in the wall of a
grocery store, kicked in the sections, knocked of fthe lock of a
safe and took $300. Then they
bored through a wall Into a meat
market, but found no money.
Then they bored through a third
wall into a drug store and took
FAf'iHION: Wm. lirvitz collars
$400 in cash and $1,400, In checks
and cuffs the n.w Finpire-fnfrom another safe.
spircd coat with smart Individuality in matching leather.
Mexico plans to shelve its cot- The fabric news: Anglo's "Ropeen" tweed with the "Affluent
ton baiter program.
Look" that's a fa* cry from
tweeds of the past. Green with
cocoa. Cream well, Add milk;
Silver, Cognac with Black,
cook until thick. Cool.
Brick with Black, Black with
Cake Batter
White. Sizes 6-18.
'2 cup butter
1 cup sugar
3 eggs
Calvary Men's Club
l
,2 cup milk
Arranges for Outing
2 cups flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
CARTERET — The Calvary
Cream butter and sugar, add
Men's Club of the Calvary Bapwell-beaten egg yolks, add dry
tist Church will sponsor a Sunday
ingredients alternately with the
School outing to the Pocono. Wild
milk. Add chocolate mixture
Animal Farm, Saturday, Septemwhich has been chilled. Bake in
mer J2. Free transportation will
three greased layer cake pans In
be provided for all church' school
an oven (375) degrees). Put to-children. Children are requested
gether with white icing.
to bring their lunches and suit-
ible warm clothing an dat the
Found Cake
;hurch a t 9 A. M,
1 pound butter
2 cups sugar
Not Too Deep
TO RESIDE HERE
4 cups cake flour
i have peony plants that j
CARTERET — Mr. and Mrs
12 eggs
i/.oom. better check on j
Andrew Ihnat and son, who re1 teaspoon soda
iiiii. "Eyes'Vor buds of! Because of Its high nutritive gre'es.) When done, turn the cake
sided in the borough for some2 teaspoons cream of tartar
.build be planted Just be- i value homemade cake is a most on a damp towel and roll up.
time, but who have been living in
2 tablespoons brandy
.soil surface—surely no j desirable food and should be When cold, unroll and spread with
years, have returned to Carteret
Cream butter and sugar, add
;l!.ni two inches. Heavy j served often. There are only two any desired jelly. He-roll and cut
to nvake their home here.
well-beaten egg yolks. Beat well
:id low fertility also cause j kinds of cake —butter cake and in slices when ready to serve.
Sift dry ingredients three times
'"* 'ring.
j sponge cake. Every cake is a vari- i
Beat egg whites stiff. Add flour
•: buds shrivel and die'you; ation of one of the two
Sponge Cake
LODGE TO MEET
and egg white alternately. Add
,•••• a case of botrytLs d l - j ^ T n t 0 m a k e t h c s e ' t w o f u n .
5 eggs
CARTERET — Carteret Lodge
brandy. Bake in an oven (275 de;..ht after frost, cut all, d a r a e n t a l c a k e ; i u i s e a s y t 0 m a k e
1 cup sugar
•267 IOOP, will hold Installations
grees)
for
H
i
hours.
• i:s just below the surface: any variation of either.
\ lemon, grated rind and juice
of officers on Friday, Oct. 12 at
«rounds and burn thej
the Lodge Rooms.
1 cup cake flour
Prunella Cake
I .slioots and fallen leaves.'
V!i teaspoon salt
Tonight the 2nd nomination of
Jelly Roll
1 cup shortening
n.'xt spring, spray t h e ! 3 eggs
Sift the flour before measuring,
officers will take place and elec1 cup sugar
;\,!li one of the zincb,magrate the lemon rind into the
tions will take place next Friday.
1 cup sugar
2 eggs
•iicli as parzate. n.s flow1 cup cake flour—grated rind of sugar. Extract and measure the % cup sour milk
iu.it begin to form. Repeat [
lemon juice. There should be twolVa cups
flour
,
one lemon
ONLY
iT.iys weekly until bloom.
tablespoons.
% cup stewed prunes chopped
3 tablespoons water
"Docs that novel you are readI ayured Varieties
Beat egg yolks until thick and ''2 teaspoon each of soda, salt, ing end happily?"
1 teaspoon baking powder
;.v:(ie established peonies,
. cinnamon, nutmeg,, allspice
Beat the egg yolks with a Dover light in color, add lemon, juice.
"It doesn't say. tt only says
.;11;i.s L'lto sections hrivlnf? egs beater, then beat in the water, Beat the egg whites stiff, fold the and baking powder. ,
.
they were married."
•• ilir.*t: eyes or buds on sugar, grated rind and flour which sugar into the egg Whites careBlend •shortening' .Vrtth' sugar
..;..;IJVI .New clumps usually has been sifted with the salt and fully. Then fold the egg yolks, Add chopped prunes. Add milk.
LEGAL NOTICES
' '.;t the same number of j baking powder, in the order then the flour and salt. Do notBeat eggs and add. Beat well. Add
AN ORIIINVNCE
for rare varieties, i j , l v e n i T h e n { o I dl n t h e e g g w h i t e s stir or beat.
iAi-1'pt
dry ingredients alternately.
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE
CONSTRUCTION
OR ACQUISITION OF
i1. c only one bud twi-h.
Pour into an ungreased sporige
Put into two greased layer cake ADDITIONS, EXTENSIONS
AND IMiji'.Uun very liyht.
American Peony Society
cake pan and bake In a moderate pans. Bake in an oven 350 degrees PROVEMENTS TO THE SEWER SYSPour into a large flat pan which'
oven for one hour.
•ni the many varieties on ^ has
Put together with divinity or cara- TEM OF THE BOROUGH OP CARbeen lined with a greased
TERET, AND PROVIDINO FOR THE
- from one to 10, with'
mel filling.
ISSUANCE OF $1,550,000 BONDS OR
paper.
Bake
in
an
oven
(350
deBlack
Chocolate
Cake
Pilling
. ilie highest possible r a t l
cup
sugar
i.'r.i; popular varieties are
1 egg
•i1, Therese Keiway's Glor- den
•-inge. Mme. Jules Dessert' ture, New Brunswick. A card Is V4 pound cocoa
Beat egg yolk, add sugar and
'Ho, Festlva Maxima, and best. Just mention Circular 570.
'iff
^iti
'i
n
litff
,1,1
nil
J
•
Important
Travel Information!!
:uod varieties and the
.-.lory on growing pconii'ar in free circular.
HI the Garden," You can
<i|w by writiiiR to youi
-^cultural agent or Oar-
in
EDISON
TOWNSHIP
anywhere
CLARA BARTON Section
(
'levelling. ,
li.i-limond.
859!
70*
W. If UltrxsiYIcK
'•' « " • ! S . m . t i i y s
•'•
i Ji.in
. ) •
AT ArMKOY FEED GARDEN SHOP
GLORIOUS BLOOM
NEXT SPRING ^ndSUMMER.
Imported Bulbs from France, Italy and Holland in Slock
HYACINTHS
TULIPS
• DARWIN • BREEDER
• TRIUMPH ft COTTAGE
*%" and Up — 20 Colors!
PARROT TULIPS
Singles and Doubles
GIANT RED
EMPEROR TULIPS
AGRICO
RULB
FOOD
ht!i.
-Elect
HI-2.0900 * Perth Amboy
H*H
and
NARCISSUS
98
O Frame Construction
O Kxtru UiVRv l-ot • B Kooms
O Mill Basement ft Oil Fired Steam Heat
C Asphalt Shingle • Hardwood Floors
O Attached Oarage ft Screened iip Porch
9 lireplace ft Recreation Room j ft Screens
O Storm Windows ft Ven^ian Blinds
t
ROBERT JAMISON
ic Candidate
HERIFF
•
Tuesday,
November 6, IJ56
Can Be Seen By4
Calling Any
Member Of The
MULTIPLE
LISTING
SYSTEM
PAPER WHITE
NARCISSUS
HYBRID
AMARYLLIS-39c ea.
GARDEN TOOLS
MIDDLESEX
COUNTY
|>ivi:>luH of IMtddleir.v
Jtuard uf Realtors
Spring Garden Collection
f-'achaae
L^ontaini:
• 6 TULIPS
• 12 CROClfe
• 6 DAFFODILS
• 2 HYACINTH
• 12 MUSCARI
man wfiaf a mower!
what a price!
Our Very
First
Fall Coats
•
MAKES I A W N S A GREENER GREEN!
•
EASV-TO-CARE FORI
•
A SCIENTIFIC BLEND BASED O N
75 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE!
•
only
Here lor advance
choosing . . . some of
the loveliest of the
new season coat fashions! They, too, are
building H&H Fashions reputation for
the distinctive, the
unusual.
LAWN-BOY
Neyer beforo have 10 miny won(ltiful feature) l>ccu packed in(»
one economy priced !»*" mower.
LAWN BOY l i v e , you I h s
iiuoutliesl lawn you've ever bad
with « lot lean effort. Practically
mukce a iuuimer ipurt of cuttinf
the gnbs.
• li»ht wtlghl olumliium
• Sdhly tngiiiMrai
• HI I . fcandlt for
* Mukhw hivu; •llmlimlii nkim
•II fall
FASHIONS • •
104 Main S t r e e t — Wuudbrldke H-41H5
COSTS N O MODE T H A N
ORDIKARff
GRASS SEE01
"Awk for FREE
Law a Booklet"
buys the new 18* economy
• Can b* ilaaiwJ with • t u t J H Irttt
(uunty
Easy to trow indoors in pebbles
or soil. Flowers in six to eight
weeks.
HOURS 9:30 to 5:30 DAILY
Friday to 9 P. M.
JOIN OUR
MERCHANDISE
CLUB
OF
All Sizes)
FASHIONS
22.98 to 99.98
USTING SYSTEM
BONE
MEAL
NEW CROP
for the Lady of Taste
e ;> Stories
MADONNA LILY
Imported from France. 10-inch
and up. Limited Quantity.
PEONY ROOTS
FOR ALL TRAVEL INFORMATION
and RESERVATIONS, see
276 Hobart Street
, DAFFODIL
World's Three Finest
Varieties . . . Each Root
Labelled.
Tickets for all airlines issued immediately.
*
*
4 Beautiful Colors
IRIS
You can now purchase tickets at our office at the
same price that you pay in Puerto Rico, Mexico,
Hawaii, etc.
.
TRAVEL AGENCY
CROCUS
MAGIC LILY
. . . from the Orient, one of
the rarest and most beautiful
of all bulbous subjects. Easily
frown in any garden.
Bearded and Dutch
MARGARETTEN
lifter
i d 1 . ; t . u H o i iu<.|ii.|,'ii.
" And Up—5 Colors
BULB
DIGGERS
As of October 1,1956, there will be no U, S. Government tax on tickets from New York to any place
out of the country.
•
costs s o little
to phone
LEGAL NOTICES
l.KGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
J f -rr~"T-
EMBARASSINO MOMENT
A breakfast guest at the Whle
House during the Coolldge Adm.nlstrRtlon was astonished to see
the President pour his beverage
from n i p to .saucer.
Not to bo outdone, the guest follower! Milt.
Tin- President added cream and
smiiir in the saucer, and tasted
the mixture with his spoon.
The gusst was about to do likewise when Mr. Coolidjre set the
saucer on the floor for the dog.
^ Fwlly guaranteed
juu have to see (and tiy) it to beliwt R
today, tltp up tg , UWN-SOY '
urn viumn\
FKEK DKLIVEKY
PHONE HI 2 - 1 3 5 0
AMBOY FEED CO., Inc.
^ l ^ G A R D E N SHOP j
^
Established 1LH!i — Cit-oij;i' Wuish, 1'ies.
279 New Brunswick Avenue i« »< o..k tn.i ferth Amboy
OlfEN KVKlty DAY 8 A. ]•!. TILL 6 P. M.
DLUSK WKUNESU^VS AT la NOON
l»r by
\
,.:•.•.J
CARTERKT h ; ^
FRIDAY, .c;F,rTF,MRF,R
PADE RIX
rectort
to show >•„,„•
sla'B No. 2 banker, visited my
name. Yon ran do t | , i s , " rrlf
home durinir his *Uy at the
«"« or writing y n i l r n
^
International Banking Summer
olal nerurtty offlre
"
Srhnol At R u ' w s and Rpoke
Q . - 3 . My wlf. ,iio,i „.., ,
freely on the Stalin question. He
Rh<- was gettlns wir,.'.' , n
too, indicated a continued reverp-qiml to half of my , lllVl '''A|
eiN1" for Stalin despite the re$7S. I've been told ,
\,<^
Q 1 I do hnby-Mlting In n three times her rhrck P," ''"'
cent campaign.
nnmbi-r "f homes t ovcraiie about sum. Others say i <.mii,i ,V('
More and more, I am becom- ]
ln« convinced that all this antl$101) every i.hife months but don't on her burial. Would y,l(i'
srnllnism coming out of Mosnnnr und:T social security since this to me?
cow l.s designed for foreign and
mi line emplnynr pays me $50 nr A. A lump-sum linn,
not Internal consumption From
more n quarter. Since I make over men! h payable onl, ,, ,'7
1)m
my conversations with a num- \
$400 ii year, can't I report thli as death of the ln r,,l " '
SU
bPr of communists, both at home
self-employment nnd pay the tux? It's not paid
^
upon
and abroad, it is becoming clear
A. No, this Income will not
benefldar, H t t l n / n , l v ' •
that there has been no real prescount for social F«eurity. Since
based on your empl«, m , nt "' !
By DR. ALEXANDER BALINKY fate In an effort to net that one sure upon them to join the choryen work for people In their
your death, a lump-sum m $„
Atmiktanl profmnr of economics job. Ferdinand Smith's followers us of denunciation.
private hnmej, you are an em- - t h r e e time, y nllr ,,„ "
and specialist in Ruftilan »ff»lm milled around In the crowd,
Ferdinand Smith aiked me to
ployer nnd can't br classed ai
»nd economics, Rutgeri Univer- promising the Jobless that by perform a small service for him.
would be payable tn (|,,
self-employed,
Joining the People's Freedom
paylni your burial exp,,,
sity, The State University.
And
since
it
is
not
likely
to
adQ—2. I'm married but my sodnl
cniTOII'S NOTt Dr. B»l- Movement ttiere would be an vance World revolution, l;l;ie
end to unemployment. Such
security card .still carries my i THEN AND NOW
inky wrotf thin column on
noes:
He
asked
me
to
deliver
promises can be mighty effecmnlden name. Should I get a new
communism In Jamaica whllt
The apanlsh-Amevi-:
tive when made to thousand! vtn this oniiimn. his Kreetlnxs to
number?
vliltlni that country, during
cost the United stm
.«ome comrades in the American
of
Job-hungry
people.
his return' trip from a vacation
$391,000,000. But life !
A. Definitely not. You want
Communists Party; specifically
Ferdinand Smith iwes the to Alan Max, Cy Oersen, Jor
stay In V«nezu«la.)
not so abundant us it :
only one social Kcurlty number.
Minneapolis Journal.
KINGSTON, Jamaica — The most advancer techniques of Clark and Harrv R n v m o n d .
You should have your card corviolent stii'Re of nationalism that j propaganda a n d Infiltration "Comrades, someday I shall rehas lilt tlie Jamaican people Is known to communist*, tech- turn to America as a representanot the only reason (or the niques he learned as a top party tive of a communist Jamaica
spread of communism h e r e . functionary in the American and we can have that corned
Growing unemployment ^ a n - Communist Party. He was far beef tanclwlch. and beer as we
other factor which U helping from shy In admitting this fact have always planned"
Ferdinnnd Smith—head of' the to me u I interviewed him in Should that prophesy ever
Jamaican communists—In his party headquarters. And as we come true, It wljl . he at least
efforts to gain control of this talked of unemployment, na- partially our own Jault. Should
tionalism and poverty in Ja- T'erdie- Smith evfer com 'back
beautiful Island.
maica, Smith sat under a huge to the United etAtta as an OffiGETTING IlKADY K)l( Nl'RSKS1 CARKEU: l'lr ured above arc members of the Freshman Clans
Jamaica is suffering serious picture of Stalin.
at Perth Ainhov (ietirnii Ilnsiiital School of NuriiriK bolng mrasured for unitiirms. l.<''t to right
cial'of a. Soviet/satellite, each
unemployment. The communists
Anyone aware of recent de- and everyone of us who hes ever art Marjorit- Westcrihihl, I'litricii Hadileii, Genii ne Kaczmarrk, Donna Connnrs, t,ois Rarcheskl,
claim that 40 per cent of the velopments in Moscow would, of
visited Jamaica may be partially Barbara Nag.v, Burbarii I'anrk and Sandra Gree ic. Joyce Karol, a Junior stulrnt, Is seated at the
I, Frank I. Bareford, Mayor of the
people are currently Jobless. And course, wonder why Stalin's picdesk, recording measurements.
to blame. Nest week's • column
while this is some distortion of
ture still hung so prominently at •will tell that story,.. ;,: . ,
Borough
of Carteret, hereby proclaim
the facts, there Is no doubt that party headquarters, Smith supretary in the association to have a of Sayreville were honored for
unemployment constitutes a ma- plied me with an answer—hi«
the week of September 23rd through
24-team loop and has given the having rolled perfect games of 300
jor economic problem on this answer. For Ferdinand Smith— DIES IN SEARCH FOR WIFE
last
season.
association
valuable
assistance
In
Island. Yesterday, I saw a scene a n d many other, communist
FORT SMITH; Arjc. — touts
September 29th, 1956 to be known us
TOe Association's outgoing presconducting its affairs.
which could only bring back leaders throughout the world— Kelley Morris died in search of
Ken Melvin of Sayrevllle was ident, Edward Suswal of Perth
National Business and Professional ami
memories of the worst part of
Stalin is still the great hero, his wife, who he thought, was
named Bowler of the Year. He Amboy, was presented • with a
the early 1930's In many parts of
trapped
In
a
storage
room
\n
their
from Smith I heard the same
Working Women's Week.
.
the world. A candy factory listed awe-4ji»pdred reverent praise of burning house. Mlnut«s earlier,
METUCHEN — Matt Sloan of took top honors in the county wristwatch In recognition of his
one job opening for a wrapper. Stalin that uaed to come out Morris' mother. had helped her Carteret and William Godwin of tournament in all events last services to the bowlers of the
This annual week sponsored throughI saw several thousand women of Moscow. For the Ferdinand daughter-in-law escape through a Edison were inducted into the spring with a 1776 pintail for nine county. He was officially succeeded
pushing and screaming at each Smith* of this World nothing window. Morris was suffocated. Hall of Fame.of the Middlesex games, teamed with Sam Blondo as head of the county organizaout the United States by the National
other In front of the factory hag really changed. They are
bounty Bowling Association Sun- of New Brunswick to annex the tion by Joseph Valocsik of Melay during the organization's an- doubles championship in the tuchen.
etlll convinced that Stalin did ON THE JOB
Federation is set aside to pay tribute to
The next meeting of the Assonnal Outgoing President's Dinner county tournament and rolled the
no wrong and that without StaU " There may be faculty
highest series in the county last ciation will be on Sunday, Octoat
Oak
Hill's
Manor.
the women and to the contribution tlm
methods the Soviet Union tn the school of experience from
costs so IMtle lnist
ber 14, at the Pulaski Avenue PalSloan, who has been bowling for season, a 746.
would never h a v e survived time to tinw, but the professor
con
Hall
In
Carteret
at
2
P.
Mmake to this nation.
His high set netted him two
"capitalist encirclement,"
to phone
In-charge of grade-crossing af- 35 years, and Godwin, with 42 additional awards: the county
"Stalin Is Socialism," Ferdin- fairs remain* on the job. Arkan- vears of kegling experience, were
Dick Haymes and his brother,
honored for their interest in the association's award for high set
FRANK I. BAREFOKI)
and Smith told me, "and his pic- sas Gaxette.
and the 700 Club award for theBob, are planning their own film
welfare
of
bowling
and
in
the
acture will hang here as long as i
tivities of the county organization. highest series rolled by a member company to produce movies in and
Mayor
am in charge."
around Saint Thomas In the VirHonored as Secretary of the of that organization.
Cleveland
851
The surprise of Smith's alleThree keglers, John Rugla of. gin Islands — one of the most
Year was Arthur Lakomski, secregiance to Stalin's memory was
Richmond
South
Amboy, Frank Timko of beautiful spots In the World —
tary
of
the
Perth
Amboy
SpOrUmitigated somewhat by a conFrm, NEW BRUSSWICK alter
men's League. He Is thefirstsec-New Brunswick and Ed Pattemik they say.
versation
I
had
before
leaving
6 I'M grid £iinilays. 3 friu. atathe United States for Jamaica.
tion ratrp, 10*'( tax not included.
Readers of this column will recall that V. Gerashchenko, Rus-
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FRIDAY, .SEI'TEMIiEK 2 1 . lfttfi
Carteret Faces Rahway in
Opener Away Tomorrow
PEAKING
ABOUT SPORTS
linmp for (omonti.v's oppnlnt e n uwrrmrnt. Klni* snld Rahway hftd'
most of its rrKUlars returning thill
ypnr nncl thr- Uninp County
tram showed ft record of eight
wins and only nnr loss last yfear.
The startlnK Carteret badtfleld*
wil linnlude Billy Vlnsko at quar-1
tpfbwk. Eugene CarnVchael i t f
left half. Art Nnt:y nt right half*
and Orle. Hawkes at fullback.
the starting line will be Theororf
Carmli'hapl nni Nick Kosty endi
Fddie Tnm;v.ul{ and Marty Roel
t irkles. Blllv Stnnkon and
i
Ciuvy nt mumls an dBob Silgetl
ut router.
The trnm held two s-rlmmaief
this week, one against Bound
Bronk on Saturday nnd
tvlth Highland Park on
In preparation for tomorrots'fl
buttle.
Rahway
Tomorrow arteriioon. at River- ( ' n r t " f |
Jenkine
sirir Park in Rahway. C a r t m t S ? ™ ' C h ! ! e
ThurstoBu
IT
p?hool "Ramblers" will meet
Mfttton]
Stankon
LO
C
Dolarf
openings of the 1956 scholastic SziRt'tl
I
Curey
RCI
football season..
Pope*
RT
A lot has happened since the Rock
RE
of Football In Carteret, Kosty
QD
Scarpettio>
In 1925 undar the Directorship of Vlnsko
Scott?
Miss Sadie McCarthy (no relation E. Carmiehnel LHB
Rehman,
RHB
to Conch) and coached By Bill NRRV
FB
Petron,
liRucn. Bill Walsh and Andy Hawkes
— The Cwtercl
tllsh School football tram will
npi'n it* spawn tomorrow against
<»;:• of tlio toilRhest fOM on the
;<-hrdiilc, facfrii? Rahway at Rah'IV Pnrk ,it 2 P. M.
This much wan axoertalncd
from Heart Co»ch Dqugy KthK
when hp announced his starting
ky Mtyw
.
-.r/iiin and his gror.p o, cbsp friends arc to be
^',,.it,,!atrcl for thp move b bring to CarLrret ni;>;ht
,, ,, v , n t . I have it thrcuyh the. grapcvinr tliat
[.'ciiuuMl will appropriate $5,000 for ii K ht? and a
, r ,,| the Faril field where night sports will be pre|t ( | |;, carteret fans. It is a move in the right dirrcnl , m( j will bring Carteret to the front among the
nll , iinl jtie.s in this area in sports Interert.
-]•,,„..,.!row is D-Day for Dougy King and his new
r,i; i nul of football warriors, For tomorrow the toys
',,1 in Rahway to take one c.f the best teams Rahi , • sported In many a year. The Union County
l( r. !.as r o t of its veterans back in the fold
. • rv.d t:ir,t L1 on tcp of a sensational 8-1 record
PAL News
and
Sports 'Round
Town
Knik McCarthy, head director of physical educa, ,,| Carteret High, released the official grid sched. :,,,• the varsity, junior and freshmen squad:, this
•k.
'•
i anyone has about four tickets available for the
,<....T.s' world series, Dlease inform the writer at once
i(i i will take them off your hands.
!l',.rv!ing is In full swing at both alleys with mqst of
, a pues having opened their 1956-57seasons.
i] ,;.; "Wopeye" Lukasiuk has indicated that he will
[•mi-pro ball back to Carteret in a big way next
i, i if he gets V local sponsor. His team, he sajte,
,, entered in both the Middlesex County League
:•,. f a t Union County baseball league.
Bodnar, the first team to represent Carteret played at Brady's
field and defeated the New Brunswick Jay VeM 12-0. On ThanksDay of the' same year,
Carteret met the New Brunswick
Varsity and lost 12-0.
In 1926, undtr poach Beaner
John Casallegl, the team. failed
CARTERET — T h e Foster-"
to win a single game. Coach
Francis McCarthy took charge in Wfwter pin loop got under
1927 nnd made history by getting recently and the Machine A team
most out of the boys and one of the lenders in previous
ing a lot of games and mak- years, copped three games ovei
ing Carter«t known all over the the Office f i vtTh
t T h ? Machine A
State. A lot of the boys who played gave every evffltnce
ffltnc of being
under Coach are today men In all
contender again this yea«
Away
Perth Amboy
RECRKATION GIRLS LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: The Pusillo Girls, who won the title in the Recreation Girls l,e;iRue this year, are
•;.J:KT—Frank McCarthy, Oct.
walks of life and who remember for the championship. LewaiU
Away
shown above. Left to richt, stand inn, G. Dushanck, L. (omba, M. A. Tumezyk. B. Dnrko, B. Toth. Seated, lef to right, M. Ervin,
Linden
..Mr of athletics at Car- Oct.
the lessons .taught by the Old dowski rolled a big 222 in th
Away
Bob Pusillo, coach; P. Fuslllo, M. Pusillo, manner: B. Johnson, captain. Front row, M. Puslllo, Jr., bat boy.
i ... school, released the Oct. 2a South River
Professor. Coach not only had middle game for the winners. H
Home
iilficlal schedules for Nov. 5 Woodbrldge
charge of .football, but coached hnd 178 in the first game an
pnth the varsity and
baseball, basketball and track.
93 in the final.
Rvd Dots and Pinkeads
•..,:-i:y football teams, In- 11. 8. HOUSEHOLDS
In other matches, the Machlri
Al Brechka took over coaching
T
h
e
number
of
American
schedfreshmen
Score Sweeps in League
J
in 1950 and had the satisfac- B took twp games from the Offii
households may Increase an avertion of beating Perth Amboy on B and the Electric Shop score
age of between 700,000 and 1.CARTERET—Two sweeps were
•,••• .ty will open 'the sea-;.
m
ft
yegr
for
the
next
•ver the Tool Room.
Thanksgiving Day.
recorded in the Parkview Com!!.,;..way Sept. 22 and play ,
The team results follow :Doug King took charge of the
according to the
munity
Bowling
League.
They
,,,:, guinea Instead of the
coaching job In 1051 and had Machine A
816 895
Bureau The Buregu Mtl.
were recorded by the Red Dots
.11 Sept. 29 Is listed as
some rough times as material Office
815 798 19
^
a t fey m(>
mlght ^
over
the
Fill
Ins
and
the
Pin:. date. Pour games will
became scarcer and victories did Machine B
759 877 7!
heads
over
the
Bums.
In
the
final
CARTERET
—
The
Main
Office
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l
0
s
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l
g
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l
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CARTERET
—
Stoika's
Tav, j ut home and four away. 52,000.000 households compared
not come so often.
Office B
735 750 71
match the Cadets took two' em hit a big 955 in the middle
.
.
..
U£,UUU.UUU IIUUOCIIVIVIO LM"»H'»* V »« to
" w won by a sweep over the Smelter
m i o
Times have changed as In years Electric Shop
l V . a "A t y :.! 3 ". d " i ! 47.800.000 estimated early in 1955. in the weekly games played in the
698 829 *0
games
from
the
Durling
Farms.
|
game
to
beat
the
City
Line
A.
C.
of Richard Mlglecz and
tone by rules were relaxed and Tool Room
By 1976 the total may be between U.S.M.R. Bowling League at the
721 13
All
games
.
were
rolled
at
the
in
two
games
in
the
fast
Carteret
702
• \iuc> Qasior will play 61,500,000 and 67,500,000.
a boy could stay In school five
Academy Alleys on Tuesday night.
Academy Alleys.
Commercial Bowling League at
lies, including six home
years and play ball. Other schools
Other three-game winners Includthe Academy Alleys Wednesday
r away. The team will "WATCH ME SUFFER"
in the County became stronger Elsie Dorko Rolls 209
ed the Mechanics No. 1 over the
night, ^tojka's lost the first game
c season Sept. 24, with
Many people suffer in silence,
and smaller schools would not
And 54 Set in Leagw
Mechanics No. 3, the Lead Burbut rallied to win the last two.
having first made certain that
Schedule Carteret because ot the
,i' home.
CARTERET
— Elsie Dorko hi
ners over the Sheeters and the
In the second game three nten
past records.
: :.i ..mcn, coached by Wcs- everybody knows about it and Silver Refinery over the Mechana big 209 and a three-game s
hit the 200 mark. Paszar, leadolf,
This year's team Is faster and of 544 In the Hill Bowl Womei
jpi.uk. will play six games, 1$ watching.—The Santa Bar- ics No. 2.
rolled 235, 3haiJteTloilOWfid wlttl
,a ; fair line, most of the
•. ,md three at home and 'bMtt-Vatty lifews, v »-'-••
Bowling League on Wednesd
220\and B a r n a * J $ p £ •-*«--»•''/
Two game winners were the
• ove the game and are willing night. The Petrocy Jewelers a:
i in 8 against Clark ReIn
the
other
matches,
the
GrohElectrons who captured two over
ONE SCENT
CARTERET — After a • short
to get in there and play the gam« still in first place with i7-2),-wi
hume.
Three skimlu went to church. the Tank House and Yard over
talk by Ted Kleban, manager mao's Insurance, copped all three This might mean the difference the Hill Bowl Bar' and the Mar;
!i(iul schedules for 1956 When the collection basket came the Casting.
games
from
the
L
and
M
Five,
of the tfill Bowl, the Hill Bowl
between a good season and a los- Koby teams following one-gam
.•(I by Frank McCarthy, around, each save one scent.—
For the most part low scores MICKEY LUKASIUK of Car- Sportsman's League inaugurated winning the
the narrow ing one.
behind.
teret,
who
is
a
member
of
the
were
hit
by
most
of
the
teams.
margonIf
olje
pin,
898
to
897.
U. 8. S. West Virginia MounIts 1956-57 season this week, In
Possible starting lineup for toThe Carteret China and th
Yankees,
Giants
and
Dodgers
VARSITY
Mike
Siekierka,
anchorman
for
872
Office
815 871
taineer.
the opening matches, all of which
morrow barring injuries; Vlnski A and E Supermarket postponei
Farm Chains
Away
Smelter
740 764 752
U.ihway
resulted in sweep victories, the the winners, rolled 232, 184, and Nagy, Hawkes, and E. Carmichael their match until 1 P. M. oi
GOOD IDEA
Open
871 833 892
Mechanics No. 1
Urbanskl's, Sabo's Sport Center, 211 for a big night.
in the backfield and in the line Sunday, Sept. 23.
Preacher: "And when I get Mechanics No. 3
Babic's Furniture scored a
Home
Clark Regional
Kate's Five and the Calvary
767 793 779 Mixed Five 3-Came
will be Kosty and T. Carmichael
The team standing :two-ply win, over Sabo's Sport
Away through with my sermon I'll ask Lead Burners
S.iyreville
Baptists emerged triumphant.
713 734 769
at ends, Kurcy and Walko at
W
Winner
in
Women's
Loo
those
of
the
congregation
who
Shop,
taking
the
first
two
tilts.
Home
Linden
On the honor roll were T.
guards, Tomchik and Rock at Petrocy Jewelers
595 678 667
Sheeters
1
The
summaries
:want
to
contribute
$5
toward
the
Away
south .Rlver
tackles and Szigetl at tenter
676 814 786
Silver
6
CARTERET — The Mixed Five Kleban. 225, J. Miller, 203; J. Stojka's Tavern
859 955 8S4 Coaches Doug King, Walt Gaslor Hill Bowl Bar
Home mortgage on the church to stand
Wuodbridge .
Bazaral,
202.
Mary Koby
6
650 670 760 was the only three-game winner
Mechancls No. 2
City
Line
A.
C.
871
865
875
up.
In
the
meantime
you
play
Horn*
Hamilton
and. Rich Mlglexz have worked Hill Bowl
Jim Bazaral was elected presi4
829
882
in
the
Carteret
Women's
IndusElectrons
909
Grohmann's
Ins.
940
878
898
appropriate
music."
Away
Perth Amboy
hard since Sept 1st in getting Sitar's Shop-Rite
dent of the league, Hank Kettyle,
3
trial
Bowling
League,
taking
a
948
829
754
Tank
House
I
L.
&
M.
Five
836 828 897 the boys ready for tomorrow and
Organist: "What do mean,
Junior Vanity
vice president, and Edward Wiljos,
Kay Toth
3
sweep over Westvacfl.
784
832
Babic's
Furniture
Yard
t
appropriate
music."
781
Home
K.ihway
hope the team appreciates Carteret China
0
Two-game winners included secretary treasurer.
Sabo's Sport Shop
0
774 732 824
Preacher: "You play "The Star Casting .
Home
Metuchen
by
.playing,
a
good
game
tomorrow.
A
&
E
Super
Market
0
Agrtco over Koos Keglers, Dala0
Away Spangled Banner." •
Light
committee
have
made
c;ark Regional
mar over Copper Works and SUGAR
TRADE FAIRS
Home
much
progress,
estimates
have
FEET
HIT
THE
BOTTOM
Koos-ettes over National Lead.
World production of centrifugal
LEA LANE'S LITLE SIS
Away
been received and Mayor and
-'- linden
Mother: "Can you swim
CAMDEN — One of the fastest
cane and beet sugar In the 1955-56 Eisenhower to invite st^te and
The Mixed Five, in
Home
Council are studying the situation Michael?"
-' south River
2-year-old nllies of 1914 waS
all three games, rolled two big growing season climbed to 42,000,- foreign countries to the United
Away Charlton Clay's Lea Lane. A, full
and from reports are in favor o
Michael: "Well, my top half
Wuodbridge
scores of 880 and 830, winding 000 short tons. This is an increase States World Trade Fair In New
the whole project. They, know can."
Home sister, Leallali. is rated the speedi- Highland Park
up with
of 1,000,000 tons ov«r the year York, to beheld April 12-27, 1957, that lights In the Park will In
Home iest of the 1946 cropSof juvenile
•i Ptrtli Ambpy
2333.
hastbeen signed by the President.
before.
crease, the sport program and
I' - ••iimtn Schedule
fillies and is favored for the rich
Softball and other games, will be
We (Wry A
Home Gardenia Stakes Oct. 20 at Oar• chirk Regional
played in the cool pi the summe
Home den State Park.
• ; Metuchen
Complete
Selection OI
"Can
I
name
our
OK
Ustd
Car
as
corespondent?
CARTERET — Brown's Insurevening. The field will have t>
IMPORTED
& DOMESTIC
ance,
a
formidable
foe
from
last
be
fixed
and
the
playground
and
Sines
w«
got
it,
it's
all
he
IOVM!'!
TIMELY EXIT
!
WINES & LIQUORS
ball field will have to be fenced.
BALTIMORf. M. — Only two year, showed every evidence of
The recreation dept. will hold
minutes after Robert Kljchner, continuing among the top teams
Free Delivery
their annual sport banquet on
owner of a warehouse, had walked in the Carteret City pin loop this
DIAL 5975
season
by
taking
all
three
games
October Hth at Bethlen Hall.
out of tlw building, it collapsed.
Winners In all leagues will be
One of the-collapsed walls fell from Sitar's Market.
honored.
across the sidewalk and crushed Hall. copped two from Sfoljka's
three automobiles parked at the Tavern and the Sandor's. Tavern
Basketball program for 1956-57 TAVERN & LIQUOR Store
jHartford.
curb. Klrchncr said the firm had scored over Brady's- Tavern
BO*
will
begin after Thanksgiving
Randolph St., and I'lTshlng Ave.
planned to tear down the build- two out of three games.
1 Norfolk..
70<
Day, when a meeting of all leagues
(AltTKKII, N. J.
The
Fedlam's
Market
rolled
a
Ing within two weeks and plans
will be called.
v t if BRUNSWJCt
tie with the Green Lantern, each
for
a
new
building
had
already
«r> I Hunckrl. i Min
team yinnlng 1 Vi games by tying
been prepared.
>>m IO r i t a i not incl.
the filial.
U. S. consumer savings soared
The team summaries follow :In first quarter.
Brown's Insurance
777 904 825
Sitar's Market (
736 753 807
780 790 809
Falcon Hall
FISHK|N BROS. — SINCE 1912
•• 773 745 639'
Stojka's Tavern
903 800 773
Sandor's Tavern
780 747 837
Brady's Tavern
A Wins 3
As Foster Wheeler j
Pin Loop Opens
CarthyReleases Grid
For C.H.S. Teams
Office Wins 3 Over
Smelter in ISMR
Bowling League
Stoika's Tavern
Rolls 955 to Win
2 from City Line
Sportsmans League
Opens at HiH Bowl
Brown's Insurance
Sweep Winner in
City Bowling Lobp
phone
Irates are
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JANE
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by
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Dick
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T MAY hnrdly seerti posslhlp, but America's'richest men have their
petty problems, too, Problems that can't be solved with monoy.
One of the problems of Mr. John Jl Rockefeller, Jr. concerned his
Slnv'.v D.'viih, who won i\n Oschildren »nd the publicity showered on them because their grandcar f;n h'v poiLuyal of a frumpy, father created a fortune and their own father added to It.
hnus fniii i'i "Come Bark Little
A« Mr. Rockefeller stepped out of a limousine one day with two of
Shebn," In 19.02. Is really kept
his younj joni. newsmen flocked around him. "Will you (five in a
busy, Sim pirns to Interrupt her: picture of you holding each little fellow by the hand," asked • phobusy schedule, however, for a two- tographer.
That wa« exactly what Mr. Rockefeller did not want to do But those
month trim- of England, Prance j
and Italy. Thou she plans to're-1 men were In a position to get pictures whether be liked it or not. He
turn to Sun Francisco and several, had great experience in handling problems and now he applied a bit
more weeks with "The Dtik Set." of whit he had learned.
"Boyi," he «aid, "I'd rather not. Publicity Is bad for children Some
In January, she starts "Next of
Kin," Her third motion picture, of you have children of your own and you understand how it is. Would
you mind just not taking any pictures of the children."
Her .':proml film was "About Mrs.
Not a shutter clicked; not B word was spoken. With a smile and a
Leslie."
friendly wave of the hand, Mr. Rockefeller disappeared into his own
door and the men sauntered on.
Cornel Wilde will RO to Iran beMr. Rockefeller had solved his problem not with bribes or comfore lone for the premiere of
mands or threats, but with fourteen little words that placed the men
"Omar Khayyam," In which Corin his own category.
/•ir.vfli
IK I ) ,::irct
the
film.
to hummlnghirds, fly as far as a
thousand miles from the next for
"Shake, Rattle and Rock,"
which is underway at the present
time, has Touch Connors starring
with Lisa Gaye, It ought to be
popular with the "rock and roll"
let,
PERSONAL INCOME
Personal income for the second
quarter was at a rate of $323,000,000,000 a year, according to a
report of the Office of Business
•Economics. This was $5,500,000,000 above the figure for the first
quarter. Private wages and salaries rose $3,500,000,000 to an annual rate of $186,000,000,000. More
nan two-thirds of the vise was in
non-manufacturing industries.
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On October 15 one nl thi- above finalists will be,elected
The Rrautv Quren at Raritnn Arsenal anl will so ve as t\fi<\;il linstrss at Raritan Arsenal for 12
months. Seated I to r) Nancy Dixnn, Edison; Ku h Zilinski, Nrw Knui.swiclt nnd Judy Kaskiw, Cartorot; Standing, same order, Virsinia Valentine, WoodbririRc;
l!:H>ara Baron, Linden; Judy Ello,
Hopelawn, and Diana Mczines, i v r l h Amhuy.
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But under her rather chilly exterior, there is a woman's heart
yearning for love, and she is given
the opportunity to prove it on
the eve of her second venture intomarriage. She quaffs too much
champagne, gets squiffy goes
swimming in the nude and does
a few other things she knew
nothing about. She returns to her
first husband and it seems that
all is well that ends well.
Miss Kelly is excellent In the
role — being not only a vision in
patrician loveliness but also an
entrancing comedienne. All of the
others in the cast are slmllarlj
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SUN. THRU WED.
SEPTEMBER 23 thin 24
"JOHNNYCONCHO"
Frank Sinatra
-Also -
"KISS BEFORE DYING"
Robert Wagner
FORDS
l>f t C t THtMWlf
MAJE5TI
NOW
FLAVINC
Olivia DfHavill.iiHl in
"THE
AMBASSADOR'
DAUGHTER'
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ETERNITY
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PLAYHOUSE
WALTER KROSS
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NOW
H1-2.H4S
THURS. THRU SAT.
"GREAT DAY IN THE
MORNING"
With
Virfinta Mayo and
Robert Stack.
"KISS BEFORE DYING"
ZJhii ulonth
«
With Robert Wagner and
Jeffrey Hunter
i
Lovely, Hardy
"Flowers for All Occasions"
RONALD SCHOFIKLD
PI.AVIM.
"THE PROUD ONES
and
"QUEEN Or
STARTS
At 4:00 I' M
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and
"THOSE MHJ)li; HAR
8UNDAV
SUrtuif sum i' «•
KIDDIE'S M(MU
. MATINEE — EXTRA
CARTOONS and COMEDY
Proiram n'
FUNNY
CAICHMiNS|
SUNDAY THRU TUESDAY
and
John I'aynt in
"Seven Men Froa Now"
With Randolph Scott and
, Gall Rustell
"SATELLITE IN THE SKY"
With Kieron Moore and
Lpi* Maxwell '
"PASSAGE WEST"
FRIDAY AND SAH
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Don Taylor in
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BOND SALES
IUS
PIUS
Outstanding U. S. savings bonds
I'THE WAR of THE IVORIJ
amounted to $58,000,000,000 at the
WE1>, THRU SAT.
end of the year, or $10,000,000,000
more than at the end of the war,
S i r a ^ M B E R 26-'!;.;n.',
However, sales have slowed down
Bob H o w - Eva Marie s j
this year as rising interest rates
of other havens for savings lured
(In Technioiilin
Investors. The surplus of sales of
Plus
series E and H bonds over re"UNIDENTIFIED | |
demptions has been $318,000,000,.
OBJECTS
compared with $530,000,000 In the
Saturday — Kiddie M.H
first seven months of 1955.
1 i - Dinnerw;uc Mn
| Dancing Every Frjday Night
Setiuol luul J allies S t r e e t , VVooilhridge
YELLOW
PAGES
Refllllnu and collcrrm
from our five cent n
Nut machines in n,,,'
Selling! To qualify (Ol
must have a car, rrfoi-,.,
cash, secured by Invcii;.,
ing 8 hours a wrck i,, •„.,
your end on percent^,. ,.r|,^
will net up to $400 n i l ,,r-:
very good possibility, ,,".
over full time. Income ,,,,
accordingly. For intnvi V '
phone In application w T (
Americnn Nut Co.. i n ,
liam S t r u t , New Yw k , v
Robert Ryan - Amu
HUNGARIAN HALL
in the
abundant food. Th« young iwlfti
are adapted to iurylv« lUrvttion
for several days becoming torpid,
or sluggish.
• • •
If fully matured horstl hid r»mained at their original sli«, W»
would probably be using them m
house pets. The Echlppai, one of
the earliest American horsei, w t i
only 12 inches high. Pawing jrtari
have scrn an increasing growth
in nrf. Today's racing horses
may be as many t s 16 hands
high. (A "hand" is four Inches.)
• • •
Huts aren't commonly accepted
as welcome house pets, but they
do serve a scientific purpose. They
are often used for dietary studies.
When presented meals of sugar.
wheat and fat simultaneously and
equally accessible, they ate the
food in that order. If deprived of
iat for some days, the rats head
for the tat counter first instead
of last. The same applies^ other
foods.
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WtW JDi-Li b i l l lU.U'HJNUUMr'ANY
HOME BUILDING
The construction of new housing throughout the nation continued to decline in July, according
to the Labor Department. The
Bureau of Labor Statistics has
placed the total of new housing
units begun during July at 101,000
—or 3,000 less than in June of
1955.-The decrease was entirely
in privately-owned housing, which
has accounted for almost all new
dwelling units started in recent
years.
"WHILE THE CITY SLEEPS"
This film, adapted from Charles
Einstein's novel, "The Bloody
Spur," by Casey Robinson Ls about
HIGH SOCIETY"
a psychopathic murderer played
This is a re-make of the film, with considerable distinction by
"The Philadelphia Story," the John Barrymore, Jr.
story of Phillip Barry, You will
He has the role of a young man
probably remember that the oriwho specializes in the thrill-killginal screen version presented Ka- ing of young girls. The cast, which
NATURALLY
thrrine Hepburn, James Stewart, is excellent, Includdes Dana AnA writer declares that every
Ruth Husey, Ronald Young, to drews, Ida Lupino, Rhonda Flemsingle man makes a false step
mention a few.
ing, George Sanders, Vincent
sooner or later. Thereafter of
Now in gorgeous Technicolor, it Price, Thomas Mitchell, Sally For- course, he is known as a married
1
rest.
Howard
Duff,
to
mention
a
is being presented under the title
man. — Passing Show.
"High Society," and this time as a ew.
I
musical, with a score by Cole
A3 the psychopathic murderer, ••
PIGTAIL PALS . . . Among 1,273 refugees arriving; by ship at
Porter, Grace Kelly is imperson- Barrymore, is one of the most young girl. This puts other memNew York were: Angela Iwaneiw, 12, Austria; Theresa Schmidt,
ating Tracy Lord, whose first malevolent, unwholesome young bers of the staff in bitter com21, Yugoslavia; Halinka Gacka, 14, Poland; Helgs Him, 11, Germarriage to a member of her own devils seen on the screen in some petition for the past. Not many
many; Cvctka O'uziur, 10, Yugoslavia.
fashionable class (Bing Crosby) is ,ime. weak-minded playboy Vin- of the characters are likable, and
wrecked because of something cent Price, who has just lnher- the ugly ways in which they conRussia invited U. S. team for
U. S. farm asset^ up two per approaching incompatibility. Miss ted a newspaper empire from his nive to knife and outwit others
Lord was about as warm as a ather, offers the top shot in the to satisfy their own selfish amtrack meet in 1957.
cent to new high.
statue carved in ice. Superficially, organization to the executive, bitions, is anything but exemplary,
she is a lost cause romantically member of the staff who cracks but is GO recognizably true to
and a haughty prig, to boot.
the latest brutal murder of a life that it is fascinating.
X-Ray Service
MALE AND FKMti
HELP WANT,,,
MAN or WOM A N
well bestowed. The music by Mr.
Porter is excellent, while Louis
Armstrong and his jazzloone do
a great deal to give the film a
musical life.
,
Neurocalometer
"
BE YOUR OWN ftl,
Diana Ilnrs, who has been called
the British version of Marilyn
Monroe, feels a little differently
about her appearance In public.
She thinks it so Important to create a favorable impression that
she often takes thr«€ hours to
prepare for one occasion. There
minht he something In the Idea,
after all.
8,0flO MILES IN 28 MONTHS . . . P. E. Tobln, left, erects Carlos
Londono who drove family to Cleveland from Bogota, Colombia,
In 1920 truck.
$8 to.
$8
to.>.„„,
the price of the tools
•
nel plays the title role. Wilde has
boiiRht Christopher Thornhill's
novel. "Mobree," for his own production. He. plans to play the top
role of a ruthless African
slave trader — In the film,
Bette Davis is planning with
Irving Rapper on "Mrs, Abe" —
Lincoln's wife. Betts feels she
Is now mature enough to tackle
inch a role, and strongly prefers
Character parts such as this.
enclosed
-conn
DANGEROUS PRECEDENT
It's the vicious circle all over again. No
mass market, no cheap private aircraft
with features needed. No such aircraft, no
mass market,
That's about where we stood when the
war ended, eleven years ago. ,
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So Family Airplane Yet
llL,rrss
toward greater use of the air,
lllVatc aircraft, Is slower thah many
„.ted immediately after World War II.
,,-t. it is moving forward at a snail's
u
:lnd there is no private airplane on the
);i
,„).;, I today to meet the needs of the avlatnily — and within his financial
j.-,,i the man or woman who wants a
|il!i( in carry his family — up to five or
l(,,plc, for example, as with a car—
.,, is no'modern, economical airplane on
market today—even in the United
t.ii< •
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Ike's Health; Foreign Policy, and
Failure to Reduce Taxes Strongest
Arguments Democrats Can Use
Against Republicans, Voters Say
Backward Seating
The Air Force has confirmed earlier
claims that backward seating, on passenger airplanes, is a major factor in saving
lives.
Col. John Williams, commanding officer
of the 1611th Transport Group, said recently that the backward seating arrangement in a C-118 transport which recently
crashed at Fort Dix had saved a number
of lives which otherwise might have been
lost. The big military transport featured
backward seating arrangements, such as
are used by both the British and the
Australians.
All larg*e military transports now use
this arrangement, although the commercial airlines have consistently refused to
adopt this safety precaution, fearing that
to pioneer in this field would lose business
because the riding public would frown upon
the innovation.
The crash of the C-118 at Fort Dix 'in
July claimed a number of lives, but a surprising number survived. It was reminiscent of a crash at Stamstead, England, in
April, when a York airliner crashed on
takeoff. Although the plane was pretty
badly smashed up, only two of the fifty
passengers aboard were killed, and an appraisal of the accident by experts showed
that the small number of casualties was
the result of the backward seating arrangement.
It seems pretty obvious that U.*S. commercial ai?lines should follow the lead of
our military aircraft and face passengers
backward. By not doing so, the commercial
airlines are guilty of probably killing passengers unnecessarily. This is a serious indictment, but one which can stand up under test.
To find out the answer to
this question, the New Jersey
Poll put this question to a representative cross-section of the
state's v o t e r s — Republicans,
Democrats, and Independents
alike:
"What do you think i« the
strongest argument that th»
Democrats ran usf against the
Republicans' in the campaign
this rail?"
Results of today's survey show
that three arguments are uppermost on the minds of New Jersey
iliose who wonder why more people
•i fly, this is the answer. There isrVt
nything suitable on the market. To get
lie which would haul the load of the
^o low-priced automobile would cost
in. i or $50,000 or more.
N,,trtrally,thls is in tfte world of dreams
i most people and so flying progress
:iAi; along. To get an all-metal fourBy J . Joseph Gribbins
,,srngcr plane, which can weather
wA\ Hying.conditions and be operated
TRENTON — Sixty-live years Party recognized the need for
i instruments, one would have to pay
ago while Governor Leon Abbott economy in State Government
sat below In the Executive suite and pledged workers "to such
,: 820,000 — or buy a second-hand plane
representing 1,444,933 citizens of legislation as will most speedily
i ,i little less than half the cost of the
New Jersey, an unknown painter and thoroughly eradicate the
high up in the interior of the evil of intemperance."
v. mo. This is still too much.
Capitol Dome left for posterity—
For three score and five years
In a passenger aircraft, with very little
a newspaper, an open pot of the newspaper, the pot of paint,
•:: .^(--carrying capability thrown in, the
paint, a brush, an empty tomato the brush, the empty tomato can
can and a chisel.
and the chisel watched the State
must plunk out $5,000 or $6,000. He
,VM.
Our Faith in Our Youth
The other day a workman re- House parade of events, includ»et a good second-hand'fabric-covHundreds of thousands of young men decorating the rotunda as the ing colorful governorship inaulour-seater for about half that, or
last step In the State House gurals, hectic legislative debates,
ixmi what he would pay for a new, six- and women, boys and girls, all over the restoration program, came across unending press conferences, and
United States have recently resumed, or the mementos of the Gay 90's. periodical visits of world-famed
i.NM'nger automobile.
ranging from Babe
are about to resume their studies in the All through the years they had personages
remained undisturbed high up to Ruth to Queen.Marie of RouNaturally, since this fabric-covered air- schools and colleges of the nation.
the Capitol Dome while New mania. Shortly after being disji! is not the toughest in the World,
The ambition, the enthusiasm and the Jersey history whirled giddily covered they were carted away
I not the te*test either, only a limited Ideals of these young people art of striking beneath them. The iwwsji&peiv- to the city dumps.Trenton Dally True "Ameri*
:i!ii)( r of citizens are willing to plunk out significance. Markedly absent is the greed The
DRIVERS:—In the
can—was dated April I3 r 1891.
:>• muiiey to purchase it, and keep it up, and selfishness that distinguished the cal- As there is no record when the new drive to curtail traffic
famous dome was last decorated, deaths ' in New* Jersey, home
:.. n it can carry a maximum of four per- culated policies of older groups.
State House Custodian Harry S. drinking and cocktlal parties will
.:u and very little else. Obviously, it can
This newspaper has never been among Walsh assumes it was around be carefully watched by local
and State Police, to determine if
ii.iii only the smallest of families for the calamity-howlers who have insisted this time.
such
joyous pastimes' are proGovernor Abbott, a Democrat,
..•:: purposes as vacation trips, etc.
that our young people are "going to the
was serving his second term ducing a larger number of
F'.uug progress could be greatly speeded dogs." They are the greatest asset of this when the absent-minded painter drunken drivers than the ubi:..: the manufacturers of private aircraft nation and of the world, the great hope finished his job. The State Sen- quitous tavern.
William Howe Davis, State
;. i t'ver produce an adequate five pas- of the ruman race. We have abiding faith ate comprised 14 Democrats, 7 Alcoholic
Beverage Director, reRepublicans; the Assembly 40
:.ri•:•. metal aircraft, with adequate bag- in them and trust in their development Democrats, 20 Republicans.
ports that of 5,500 investigations
At the time the State Arsenal, of local taverns conducted by
u iarilities. This seems to be a long implicitly.
located
on Second Street, which his agents during the y&st year,
,;. it in the future — because the $40,- Of course, it is not given to the eyes of
was formerly used as a State only 3 to i per cent uncovered
111
n^ure would have to be cut down to youth to see with the wisdom of age, but Prison, was one of the Important excessive drinking on such premThis means that excessive
'•;, i,; $5,000 — to create a mass market.
many older, people -would give all the wealth buildings of the State Govern- isse.
ment. On its front an inscription drinking could occur at home or
the manufacturers had the mass they have accumulated to repossess the proclaimed the original purpose at cocktail parties, he indicated.
Further analyzing conditions
t now, they could probably hit on a fine spirit of youth, and to face the World of the structure: "That those
which produce the drunken
who
.are
feared
for
their
crimes
as
a
brave
adventure,
determined
to
make
is and mass-produce such a plane surmay learn to fear the laws and driver, State Motor Vehicle Diely cheaply. But without 'it, they an unselfish contribution to the upbuild- be useful."
rector Frederick J. Gassert, Jr.,
Two State "lunatic asylums" believes that safe driving of cars
quantities of private aircraft, ing and consolidation of what we call civilwere located at Morris Plains must be considered by car
'
unit profits, and let it go at that. ization.
drivers on a moral level. Each
Opinions of Others
P > KHANS AT CHURCH
more than 165 million peo'">«• living In the United
100,162,539 are n o w
I'Ofis. According to the
";tl Council of Churches of
' i n the U. S, A., this marks
• : <> time in American his>":it the number has run
mo million.
' limn 60 per cent of all
aiis are now enrolled In
'•iwrch or another, according
1
National Council survey.
I
IILM more, the increase in
• unber of wonhippers Is not
v
'i matter of population
Mure people are joining
•l'!l|is every year.
••" '• enumerated in the
I
' survey are men, women
onetimes children who are
•'"v enrolled with one de;
'".iU(>n or another.
II
we twp ways of look1
these figures. One way
1
<>'Jte with pleasure that
Wills of t h e American
' •'• '"i- church members. The
'' • u> recqgnlze that 40 per
"' the population has not
II
" l l <m attachment to reliI
!"Ui or..a* »ny rate, do
•'• "i>.liip in the churches,
lt;ll)
n is a matter of InI (In:, u l
" cunsclenve, a (act that
b i II v
" lecosnlaed by all tjje
l;t
'- It Is, nevertheless, a
• '•'• "t public concern. It is
1
l;| l|
ie great freedoms con' ' "" u " the «nlightene-d peoll
|, l;i ."' »e true'democracies in
<Mern
An, 1
i:i
I, *"" " >ii democracy is rooted
'"unded in religion. Alll
'e founding fathers
Ll
" u l to Uisiat. In the
'""on, that we must for-
ever separate church and State,
they were equally careful to recogntee »h at the great basic
rights of our people derive from
the fact that they are children
of God, made in His likeness, and
all equally valuable in His sight.
Earlier, the Declaration of Independence had set down the
fundamental belief of American^,
"that all men are created equal,
that they are endowed by their
Creator with certain, inalienable
rights, that among these are life,
liberty and the pursuit of happiness."
Not the State, which is the
handiwork of men, but the Creator Himself, Is the source of
liberty and equality. This is essentially and vitally important.
There has never been a nation
which rejected religion that d(d
not at the same time reject hjfman liberty. "This nation, undgr
God," is a sanctuary for freedom.
It will continue to be this just so
long as we adhere to religion, in
whatever form our conscience
dictates.
The nations that turn against
God invariably turn against men.
_ The Boston Post.
LOUISVILLE AND CLAV
The smoothness with winch,
the public schools of Louisville,
a metropolis of some 400,000 people were Integrated last week
ataiids in Ironic contrast to the
difficulties through wh(ch some
of Kentucky's smaller oommunltlesareu^i.m. ClaylsaaimjiiK
town of 1,400 souls, and its
neighbor, Hturato, has a P<W
aUoii of a.2M: yet'almost all
he news about disturbances and
friction come from rural w « «
ploytnrnt under Tniman; people
out of work now; Jobs tighter
8. Republicans favor big bust"
ness: favor rich; too much I(M|
blf t u p : strictly for rich; fit*.
too much to hie business
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9. Democrat!! favor labor: Re-"'
publicans against labor
10. Power Issue: Dix
dams and power projects I
ed over natural resources
\f
12. Republicans haven't Hrttf
up to thrlr campaign promitetff
fallen through on a lot of tMbP
promise*
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13. Ikr a President In
only: has to be led; only a I
1U KKNNKTIl KINK. Mrerlor
I'riiirelon Rrsfnrch Sfrvler
PHINCETON
What do rank
and lilo Nrw Jcusey voters reiwvd as the strongest arguments
that t tlir Democrats enn use
nsninst the Republicans in the
now swinging into
Undejr the Capitol Dome
and Trenton. The State Normal
• and Model Schools turned out
teachers at the junction of Clinton Avenue and Perry street, a
good mile from the State House.
A Soldiers' Home was located
in Kearny. Township, Hudson
County, and the, New" Jersey
School for Deaf-Mutes was situated In Chambersburg, a mile
and a quarter from the State
House.
,
That year Democrats pledged
enactment ofj laws limiting taxation fof municipalities; revision
of the election laws; and they
officially recognized the dignity
of labor in platforms adopted
earlier. The minority Republican
such as th«se, where one wduld
think,that, the forces of neilghborliness a n d charitableness
would be more deeply rooted.
Wherever integration of the
public schools has been tried —
and one must remember that It
has not been tried in, either city
or countryside of the Deep South
— it seems that the real trouble
is more likely to arise in communities set back from the main
streams of 'American life, communities relatively untouched by
the progressive development of
American thought. The great
border cities — Washington,
Baltimore, St, Louis and now
Louisville — have led the way
In showing that integration of
the school systems not only is
possible but U attainable within
a relatively short space of time
and with every assurance of success. Many hundreds of smaller
communities, have also achieved
this goaj without trouble, though
, careful preparation is always
necessary. But here and there a
small mining town ipr a farm
town falls prey to such unscrupulous agitors its the one who induced in Clinton, Tenn. (pop.,
3,7001, a fever from which, happily, it is already recovering.
The forces of understanding
and order and democracy are
moving ahead irresistibly. There
may be setbacks now and then, as
there were yesterday in Clay and
in Sturgis, but let us recall that
the public schools are now desegregated in all but fifteen of
Kentucky's 120 counties. And
what has happened in the city of
Louisville is more indicative of
the future than what is happening in the mining town of Cluy
— The New Vork Times.
motorist must be imbued with a
feeling that he cannot treat the
State's traffic laws with unconcern, like the older generation
treated the prohibition laws,.
'Nowadays, he points out, a
motorist kills someone by his
careless driving and his neighbors think nothing of it and
juries refuse to indict him.
Colonel Joseph D. Rutter,
Superintendent of State Policy
points out that of 2,500 traffic
tions are only a small portion
recent Labor pay weekend, 26
drunken drivers were involved.
He admits the discovered violations ar eonly a small portion
GLAMQR GIRLS
of the illegal driving activities
which occur. •
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STATE PAW:—Next week the
prize products i of New \Jersey
farms, will be exhibited for thousands to view at the New Jersey
State Pair at the Trentofi Fair
Grounds. The exposition will
open 'on Sunday and close on
Sept. 30.
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Stock car races will also be
featured en the opening .afternoon with Jack Kbchman's Hell
Drivers on Monday; harness
races on Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday and Sport Car'
races on Friday. More than 200
entries have been received for
,th_e harness events. Joie Chltwodd'i.Hett©rivers Will be featured on Saturday with New
Jersey Baton Twirling Championships and Big Car Races reserved for the final day.
voters:
,
1. Elsenhower's health: the
fact that Eisenhower had'a coronary and.llfum attack
2. Foreign policy: Nasser big
blunder for Dulles; Suez Canal
3. Taxes: haven't been reducing taxes; Income taxes too
high; no tax reduction: taxes
supposed to come down; promised to reduce Uxes
More than one out of every
two of all those who mentioned
something that they thought
theDemocrats could use against
the Republicans during the campaigning named one of the above
three.
Next most important arguments that the Democrats can
upse against the Republicans,
judging by the number of mentions are:
' 4. Farm policy: Democrats do
more for farmers; failed farmer;
farm issue
5. Nixon: Nixon may take
over; afraid of Nixon taking his
place; I'm against Nixon; weak
Vice President
6. Civil Rights: anti-segregation law; South will stay with
Democrats this time because of
Civil Rights issue
7. Unemployment: lot of em-
The annual Firemen's Parade
will also be held Saturday, September 29, at 7 P. M., climaxing
a program of night entertainment in front of the grandstand
each evening.
SCHOOL COSTS:—Taxpayers
are confronted with more and
more taxes In the near future.
The State Department of Education reports New Jersey is In
the. type of population spiral
which will affect schools for at
least a quarter of a century and
sends boards of education seeking more funds for needed
schools.
Experts have figured that New
Jersey will have an Increase of
33 per cent in its elementary
school population by 1964, and
an increase of more than 65 per
(Continued on Page Eleven)
man
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14. Little business man: LttUj
business guys hurt; Republicans
are hurting little business . ."
Receiving fewer mentions'ars
that the Republicans haven't
done much; that they do&'f,
think too much of Eisenhower
as a President; that the Repub%
Means will bring on a depression^
the draft law, and the Atomic
Bomb.
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Following as some verbitlnf'
comments that sum up'th^-v
thinking of many in the state;;
The f%ct that Eisenhoweij
had a coronary and Ileum attaclfe
• Foreign and farm policy •
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Ike's health; Nixon may takei "
over, which will be a calamityp
foreign policy; Nasser big hhffl%
der on Dulles
r*
High taxes; not enough jobjf
for working man
/j,
They give too much to bjf*
business; dams being handed!
l
over
«
is
a
sick
Elsenhower
maniT
afraid of Nixon taking his plawL
Haven't been reducing taxe*>
state of foreign affairs, nol£
handled properly
v
Taxes going up; jobs tighter^
Eisenhower health
I
Income taxes too high
r
Eisenhower's health
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Foreign policy
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Farm conditions;
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Public power; farm; smalV
business man
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President's health and farn^
conditions
Competence Creates Confidence
Pror-trty owners will Hurt it wise tn drop In and IINITH shout new
types of Insurance policies Hint oftcr greater coviTiiBe thun was
available In some of the older policies. It Is quite possible that you
nmy be able to set wider protection and i t the same time eHect a
material SMVIIIR In cost. Thl| Is a service for which there Is NO
charge and will permit you to determine whether or not you are
itettlug tue maximum VHIUC out of your lasurutice dollars,
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Friday Eveninft
4 F. M. to 6 P. M.
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destroyed your horn*, Or a burglar hot ransacked «ach
room.
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today. The cheapest ond best protection you can buy.
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Paid on Savings Certificates
Uui New Buliauig, Corner Moore Avenue
and Berry Street (Opp. Town Hall>
now *- you \tA <m«, two, three, four to the
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KneyclopedU.
J' YOU live In an area tubject
* ;n fimvK however infrequent,
><.,i pi'b.ilily know that you canM ! Imy flood insurance. In fact,
if yjii liv-p in a desert, you canir I I;I ; [luiid insurance. But last
vc.r government officials urged
:i IV'xl insurance program similnr ti> Ihp war risk Insurance of
V.iili! War II, administered by in'
•lii.mcp companies. They would
Uic risk with the federal
Sen. Herbert Leh-
From the Seville OironlcTr, tronic timers, which might trnp •
Seville, Ohio: McmorUi ot World potential killer, may not be u«ed
War II are already growing dim against 8 law lirenker unlr^ lie
for mnny of us. Unknown nlrcaily or site is given HOno feet of winnby an entire generation are theing to eonre.'il tlu1 cvidencn of his
sncrillees made by tlie rlvllinn wrongdoing. Police nun must be
populace to win It. Forgotten Li plainly marked, so lenkless drivthe fact that for a time it sremed ers will suffer less danger of Arwe might not win it.
rest. This same type of reasonYou jee, It was the first time ing would have sent printed routes
since the Revolution thnt the of o\ir convoys to submarine commighty United States wai forced mnnden during a war.
to complete mobilization. An en- It boils down to this. No <*n»
trie generation of men wa» called really wantt traffic law enforceto uniform. For the first tlm« In ment They want stralghter, wider
history, women were asked to highways, faster cars, but no one
join the armed forces. Gasoline-, wants safe traffic.
If we did, we would mobilize and
vital foods, «ven personal freedoms, were rationed . . . and even get it, as we did when last our
Nation's safety was threatened,
then It almost wasn't enough.
How bad was that war? Well,
• * •
From the Independent, Fuquty
for five years 591 Americans a day
were killed tr injured. 1,078,674 Sprint*, N. C : It seems that the
men had their lives ended or English, too have trouble with English. This Is most gratifying to
drastically changed.
Americans, who tend to be conIt took all-out mobilization to
fused about who and whom, and
end that war. What about our
who go all to pieces when It
"peace"? In 1952, the last year
comes to a choice between was
for which figures have been reand were.
leased, there were still 105 AmeriThe. House of Lords debated, the
cans being killed or maimed every
other day, whether a certain bill
day-rby automobiles I
should be described as "an hotel
And there Is no all-out mobili- proprietor's bill" or as "a hotel
zation against this enemy. Offi- proprietor's bill." After discuscers are even discouraged from sion marked by considerable asenforcing existing laws against a perity and not a little quoting ot
menace that ranks wKh a major sources, the Lords cravenly dewar in destructive power.
cided to call the measure "the
Weapons such as radar or elec- hotel proprietor'! bffl."
man if New York, chairman of
Ih1 lMi!,rn Banking and Currency
Ciiinnii(ti(», p r o p o s e d t h a t a f e d -
eiiil (In nstcr commission be established. It would be empowered to
burrow from the U. S. Treasury
but ultimately to be self-supporting. It would insure and reinsure
against Hood, tidal wave, hurricanc, tornado, blizzard, dust storm
(ir other severe storms, earthquake, explosion, landslide, snow
slide, severe freeze, drought, smog,
radioactive contamination, air pollution and volcanic erruption,
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LAFF OF THE WEEK
Crocket Pattern No. 239 — Vu
tparkUng white (or rich ecru) cotAlihoufih roast beef may be one ton to crocket this lovely pine-and*
of tiic staple foods found on the, poinsettia centerpiece. No. 239 hat
JOnclish table, the British are far| full crochet directions.
fiurn a one-diet people. They have | Dret* Pattern No. 1509 with
included is in
8 fish factory ship from which fish PATT-O-RAMA
sizes 12.14,16,18, 20; 40, 42. Size
arc caught and on which fish are 14. 4>/$ yards of 35,-inch. Send 25c
prepared for the market.
for each Needlework Pattern, 35c
for each Dress Pattern, to AUDREY
The country's gross production LANE BUREAU, Dept. "NWNS,"
lvnehMl a record high annual rate 367 W. Adams Sheet, Chicago 6, IIL
of 5408.000.000,000 in the second
of the year, the Com-GAS REFUNDS
' Department reported.
The Internnl Revenue Service
reports that only 400,000 of an esin cotton crop are timated 3.000,000 eligible farmers
ciuling.
have applied for refunds on taxes
paid on gasoline used on farms
during the first six months of
NEW RRUNSWICK SECRETARIAL,
UTOINT1NG AND PRKP SCHOOL
1956. The deadline for filing is
Ni:W! IBM, Aviation SecreUrial ind
September 30, Congress approved
Machine Stenography Courses.
a bill last spring authorizing re110 Allan? Street, New Brutuwlcb
fund of the two-cents-a-gallon
CaU Hllmn 5-3910
Federal tax on farm gas and
iesel fuel. On July 1, the Federal
tax on gasoline and Diesel fuels
went up from two cents to three
HEAR
cents a gallon. Therefore, in the
fiscal year ending next June 30,
farmers will be able to claim three
cents a gallon for fuel used o.".'
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DOCKET NO. M-55M-55
'iinii t o ' w a s h l n m o n Avenue, n i n n l n * " ' " " ' " " u l T ? o1 ;t ' t 3 W<"1'1
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PATRICK TEDESCO,
DISTRICT NO. 2: - [VotltlK \ih\rt. ihe.icf i4i Northerly along said Wnih- ? „ " ' ! ' ""*
S ' " " " ? . 7 ' 1 ' 1 ' , 0 ' "'»lr „
Plaintiff,
Columbus School I. BfKlnnInt: nt ihr mgton Av,nui. to Rundolpli Htrwt;
— vi, —
Junction of Hlnten Island Hound anrt
B alrR
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CATHFKINB TEDU8OO.
Noe's Crerk: riinnlity, thenrp tU West- ll,u-,lolpU 4treel to Heuld Htrest; run- " " " " ' " ' ,
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Defendant.
erly fllonj? Noe's Crrek lo Pprililnp: „!„, ,1,,,,°, mi Northerly s'.onri said " * J » "''""V
a tl:
S i r e n to noospvell Avenuii, run- ; J'JT."™,* *-"
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CIVIL ACTION
Atenne; tnttnep (2i Houtherty (iionjt U
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
Pershlng Avenue to New Jersey Trrml- ning t h p * e HI Kinlerly iiloiiK »»ld "Winnlne.
The Plaintiff, baying died Ills rtim- nal Railroad; theik-e (S) Emttrly nlung oospvelt Avenue m Pernhln* Aventlf; ! DtStBIOT N o . 12 , V r , ,
imiln^ thetlce (»l aoutlierlv nlonf i .Schooll -BEOINNlNo i
nlalnt In th» above m u t nrni It now the New Jersev Terminal Railroad and
tlon of the ceiupr Hi,,.',',
nppcnrlng that persenal service of across the lanus of I. T, Wllilnm* Com- i«ld P(TshlnK Avenue io Noe und Maple
ho
unlnt "'
of heto the plucp or ""'"*
- ••
»• ••the center
HUP with
proroM upon the tlrfendnnt within the pany to the mouth of Tufts Creek
Street
unfl running then
ginning.
Slate could not be made;
where sumo empties Into the Ntiiten
erly Hong the center i,,.
It IS on Dili 24th (IHV of August, Island 8ouhd; nnd them-e (4) Northt t to a point and l,,,,'.',
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(Votlns Dlnce, S
Street
DISTRICT NO 8
19M, on motion oi Snmuri Kaplan, erly along KUIen Islmul Suiuitl lu the
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Nnihan Hale
School I BBQlNNrNO at tb> w n t e r line of Ash ?,},,
Attorney of the Plaintiff, Ordered, that plane of BeiUnninK
th* Iritersectlon of Roosevelt Avenue Ihfnr* .21 Westerly „,„„'
the >ald absent defendant do nn.iwir
the plaintiff's complaint by serving
D'STRICT NO. :i: - I Votlns place, nnd Hnyward Avenue; running thenci of Ash Street to a pnini .
upon said attorney for said plaintiff, Columbus School). BBOINNINC1 at the II) Northerly along Hnywnrd Aveniw tlon with the dlvlBlon lin,.' i
mi answer to said complaint on or Junction of Tufts Creek ami Stuten as extended to n point on the South- Borough of Carteret n , ,i
before the JJth dny of October, next; Island Sound; running tlience |1) erly shore line, of the flnh*a.y River; Towni»lp; ninnlng thenn.
und me her answer mid proof of ser- Westerly iilonc Tufts Creek to th»JJcw running thence | 2 | Houthemterly aldng eriy alortg anld division i
vice In duplicate with the Clerk of Jerney Terminal Railroad and contDw- the Severn! courses of aald, Rhoro line EMNrly right of way n,,,, ,
the Superior Court. State Mouse Annex, lng along said railroad to the IntnS of Rahwny River to n point of Inter- Branch division of the < ,
road of N. J.; runnm.
Trenton, New Jersey. In arcordnnce section of Perslilng Avenue nnri Holly section of
ot the snwc
snw with
h the
with the rules of civil prat-ike nml Street, thence (i) Southerly nlonB of Charles Street; running thenoe |3I Northerly along said right
procedure, and In default thereof such Pershlnn Avenu* and continuing In n Illonif said Clinrles Strppt as extended to t h e southerly line o f ,
Judgment be rendered Rgnlnst Cath- straight
line to the Statah Island to Rooserelt Avenue; running thence American Oil Co.; runnm,
g
|4) Westerly alonn said Roosevelt Ave- Eniterly, along said lands ,
erine Tedeaco as the Court shall think Sound,
thence 13) Easterly and Northto Hnywnrd Avenue, the point or Oil Co., to a point and
equitable and Just.
erly aiong the said SlatPn Island Sound
l
with the center line nf f,
place of
And It Is further Ordered, that the to the place of Beginning.
nue;" running thence u;>
notice of thl« order prescribed by law
along t h e center line of !
DISTRICT
NO.
9:
—
(Voting
plao*.
DISTRICT NO. 4: — (Voting place,
and the rulM of this Court shall, withnue to a point and Inter
Nnthan
Hale
School).
BBGINNINO
at
in 20 days hereafter, be published In Cleveland School). BEGINNING nt the the Intersection of the center Hue of the center line of Ciirt.i
the Carteret Press, a newspaper printed lntertKtlon of tha Southwest corner Burke Street with the Easterly line of running thence (7) Euster)
at Woodbridge, New Jersey, Middlesex of Larch Street, thence (11 Southerly Washington
Avenue and running t«r tin* of Carteret Aveiu,,'
County, New Jersey, for four weeka along Penning Avenue and continuing thence ID Easterly
along said lint of and Inttrsectlou wim ••
successively, at least once In every In a straight line to Staten Iiland Burke Street to the
center line of of Cyprew Street, the p,,
Sound, thence (31 Westerly along
week;
Heald Street; running thenoa (D of beginning.
Staten
Island
Sound
to
the
Westerly
And it Is further Ordered that serNortherly
along
said
center
line of
Dated: February 17, l!i-,.',
vice upon the defendant of the com-"boundary line of the Borough of Cnr- Heald Street to the center Hoe of
plaint and of this order aa substituted teret; thence (3) In a general Northerly Roosevelt Avenue; running thenoe |3>
OKOftdE i
for personal service of process within direction along the boundary line of Easterly along said center line of
I'..
the State, be made within 30 days the Borough of Carteret to Roosevelt Roosevelt Avenue to the center Itne of C. P. 9 / H . 21/56
hereafter and In the m»>iu«r prescribed Avenue; thence | 4 | Easterly along Hayward Avenue: running thence (4)
by the rules of thl» Court for such Roosevelt Avenue to Arthur Avenue Northerly along said center line ot Haywhere the Southwesterly boundary line
substituted service.
of the Borough of Ctrteret meets Mine; ward Avenue and extended to the
C. THOMAS 8CHBTTINO.
thtnee tSl Northwesterly tlong said Southerly Una of the Rnhwny River;
J.8.C. boundary
line to Larch Street; thence running thence 111 Westerly and
Respectfully advised,
16) Northeasterly along Larch Street Southerly the various courses along
WILLIAM H. DONNELLY
said Southerly lint of the ttahway
to the place of Beginning.
STANDING MASTER
Rlrer to the Easterly line of the Right
Way of the Central Railroad of New
DISTRICT NO. J: - (Voting olace. of
C. P. 9/7, 14, SI, 28/M Cleveland
and running thence (6) SouthSchool.) BlOlNNINQ at the Jersey;
erly
along said Right of Way line to
Intersection of the center line of Per- the Southerly
tine of lands
shlng Avenue with the center line of of the Americanproperty
NOTICE
Oil Company; running
is hereby given that qualified voters Washington Avenue and running thence (?) Easterly along said line cf
of the Borough of Caruret not al- thence 11) westerly along said center the American Oil Company lands to
ready registered In Bald Borougli under Une of Wtihlngton Avenue to a point the point of Intersection with the
the Uwe of New Jeney governing per- and intersection with the center line of Southerly line of the Bradley Tract of
manent registration may register wltb Cyp'reu Street, running/ thence (2) Land; running theucc (8) Easterly
the Borough Clerk of the said Bor- Southerly along the centtr line of Cy along said line of Bradlay Tract to the
lay Tract to the
said line of Bradlay
ough of Cartcret at his office at any press Street to a point and Intersection along
I
ith th Easterly
E t l line
li off
time between Wednesday, April 18, 1956, with the center line of Ash Street, run- Intersection with the East
and Thursday, September 27, 19SB, onning tBence (3) Westerly along the Washington Avenue; running thsne*
which latter date the registration books ctnter line, of Ash Street to a point V>) Southerly along said Easterly line
will bt closed until after the forth- and Interaction with tBe division Une Of Washington Avenue to the center
coming General Election on Tuesday, between the Borough of Carteret and line of Burke Street and the point ol
November 8. 1946, or at Middlesex 'Voodbrldgi Township; running thence beginning.
County Board of Elections. Citizen 14) Easterly along said division line to
DISTRICT NO. 10: — (Voting nl»c«.
Building, 46 Bayard Street, New Bruns- a, point and intersection with center
wick. N. J., t t any time between line of Larch Street; running thence High School). BEGINNING at the
Wednesday, April 18, itM; and Thurs- (S) Easterly along center line of Larch Intersection of the center line of Carday, September 27. 19M, during the Street to a point and Intersection with teret Avenue with the center line of
following hours: Dally, «x6ept Satur- the ctnter line of Pershlng Avenue; Cypress Street, and running th»nce m
day, from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. or at the running thence (6) Northerly along the Northerly along said center line of CyoQIce of the Middlemen County Board centei Une of Penning Avenue to the press street to a point and Intersection
or Elections, Perth Am boy National center line of Washington Avenue, the with the Easterly line ot Washington
Avenue; running thence (») Nortnwlj
point or place of beginning.
Bank Building. Perth Amboy, N J,
along said Easterly line of Washington
Notice of change of residence or
DI8TRICT NO, 6: - (VotlEg place, Avenue to a point and lntewMtJon of
application for transfer of registration
the Southerly line of the Brady Tract
High
School).
BEGINNING
at
the
inshall be made either by written request
as extended Easterly;. running- - " . -mine*
,
forwarded to the Municipal Cleric or tersection of t^e center line Qf Burlte — — - — Street
*Jth
the
Baiterl?
line
of
Waih(3) Westerly along said Brad? lint md
the County Board of Btootlotu on forms
lngton
Avenue
»nd
running
thence
(1)1
the
Southerly
line
of
Und»
now
or.
Jorprovided by tald Municipal Clerk or by
calling In person at rh« office ol the Southerly along thB Sisterly Une oflmerly of the American Oil Cempimj
Waihington
Avenue
to
the
center
line
to
a
point
and
Intersection
wWi
tht
Municipal Clerk ot County Board of
Elections at 44 Bayard Street. New of Cypresa Street; running thence (21 center line/ of Flllmore Atenne; running
Suterly
along
the
center
line
of
Wash-'
thence
(4)
along
the
center
line
ot
Brunswick, N. J., or at the office qf th*
Middlesex County Board of Elections, lngton Aventie to the center line of Flllmore Avenue to a point and- lnterP«HQ Amboy National Bank Building, Fershlng Avenue; running thence (3) section with the center line of Carteral
Perth Amboy, N. J., up to and Includ- Northerly along center line of Pershlng Avenue; running thence (5) Buterly
Avenue toithe center line of Maple along center line of Carteret Avenue
ing September 27, 19M.
Street and Noe Street; running thence to the point or place of beginning.
LOST
OUR
LEASE!
P
I
I
I
NOTICE
Is hereby given that the District Election Board* In and for the Borough
of Carteret will sit at places hereinafter designated on
' TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1956,
between the hours of 7:00 A. M. and
8:00 P. M., Eastern Standard Time, for
U. S. base program in Spain
the purpose of conducting a
is hold "over the hump."
GENERAL ELECTION
to vote upon candidates for the following offices:
President of the United States
"Ot oonne, t shall expect to receive y»nr itatement prompOy
Vice President of the United States
on tht Ant *t ttw month, m j ttod' t a u . "
Member of the House of Representatives
1 Sheriff
3 MemBers to the Board of Chosen
CALIFORNIA KID STORY
SAVINGS
Freeholder
CAMDEN — There is an InterThe nation's 527 mutual saVingp One Mayor
esting story behind California Kid, banks reported a year-end total of One Tax Assessor
Two (2) Members of the Borough
leading prospect for the world's
$28,300,000,000 as their share t»f Council
FORMER
TELEPHONE
OPERATORS
richest race, The Garden State.
the savings poll, a postwar gain
Orphaned at birth, with a Tennesof
nearly $13,000,000,000.
see walking iiiare substituted for
his mother, he was babied so much
The smallest crowd in boxing
Have you considered putting it was feared he might not do
your skill back to work? It's a much as a race horse, possibly history was recorded at Kellogg,
tood idea. Wages are high and lacking the spirit to win. But, heIda., years ago, when one customer
there's a real need for your ex- proved otherwise.
showed up.
perience.
Openings are now available in
Woodbridge.
You can work full or part time
and will receive credit for previous experience.
For information call Chief OpBY MAJOR OIL COMPANY
erator or apply at 365 'William
Strert, Woodbrilge, Monday
Established Business
through Friday, 9 A. M. to 4
Excellent location on main traffic artery
P. M.
*
in residential areal.
NEW JERSEY BELL
EXCELLENT TERMS
TELEPHONE COMPANY
Write, for appointment' to Box # 1 , c/o this
Lucille Garden
Driveway Construction
Building Controctort
Home Improvement
Carpentem
Mason Contractors
Roofers
Cabinet Makers
Whenever you want
anything built... LOOK
PUBLIX PHARMACY
GROUP ISO. I
100% Wool
PANTS
not a sideline1 COMPLETE LINE OF SICKROOM SUPPLIES!
!—FREE DELIVERY91 Main St.
(Vaiues to sr>.im
Clearance Price
Woodbridge 8-0809
SMALL BUST
Splash Pattern
PANTS
357 State Street, Perth Amboy
Present This Coupon
At our Studio and
(Values lo Slmi"
RECEIVE ONE FREE
.
VA 6-1290
I
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These include all »»<
and Wear Ga
LATEST
FALL
COLORS
ABSOLUTELY
NOTHING TO BUY1. I
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Learn to play the accordion the modern easy way
NO RUBBER!
No Accordion to Buy - Special Beginners Program Available
Stitched inside at the tip of each cup is the
exclusive Lucille Garden ENLARQER that
creates a NATURAL larger, fuller, rpunder
bust. You completely fill out the inside of
the bra.
OVER-STOCKED SALE!!
HiatpK'S—in Mud'*)" Avc, Perlli Amlwy
Htrlld me the fallowing l.uiille (lanleli
bras. If you uuu't till out un "A" cuy,
ord&r "AA" cuj>.
quan. I cup sine | bust, size |
rubric
Large Se!
On NEW - USED and RECONDITIONED 120 Bass Accordions
Low-Low Prices - Come in und take your pick!
| prliu
"Perth Amboy1 $ Oldest Established Accordion Center"
KOK.V1EK1.V ri
CO.
18 Years At The Same Location
inth*
YELLOW
PAGES
WW JlU£f BELL ttUHQMl fiOMPAW
Now L
MAIL COUPON
Name . .
Address
or CALL
VA 6-2890
OPEN FRI. 'ill 9
City ik Zone
Bute.
e QCheck •Money Order QC.O.1).
EDDIE'S Music CENTER
ED
267 Smith S
(Oyp Hirn>.
PERTH
BONKOSKI, Prop.
,.
Shop AH Day Saturday
Clearance 1'nn
3" - 5
MUSIC TALENT LESSON
ABSOLUTELY
NO OBLIGATION!
NO PADS! NO PUFFS!
Comes in AA cup—A cup and small B,
Sizes 30 tu 'Hi — Broadcloth, $2.50
GROUP NO. 2
(lip Out This Coupon and Call for Appointment —
FOR THE GIRL WITH A
makes sm^ll bust's
fuller. • larger • rounder
These Include Clian.nl n\
all popular shade H.miirk,
Sharkskins,
Gabardines.
Eddie's Music Center
Does Your Child Possess Musical Ability?
This Nationally Recognized Music Talent Test Will determine It
ENLARGER Bra
;;. is easy tofindin the
Yellow Pages of your
Telephone Book.
PRESCRIPTIONS.
- Al -
Modern 3-Bay Service Station
newspaper, or call Plainfield 5-9531 after 7 P. M.
Must Sell
Merchandisii
at or
Below Costll
Back-To-School SPECIAL!
FOR LEASE
THE BUILDER
YOU WANT
u.r.M,
l4l Westerly iilnnc ttlf e m l i T l l l l ' fifj D I S T R I C T NO i l
Mnnlc Ht.rfet Mid N o r S t r e f t t o t h e C a r t f r e t Buij 8rrv| ( . o !
i-fnwr line of Tlinrnnll fllrei-!; rnnnliift R n l i w a y i BfcftiNNTNn
tlipii'-f I 5 I Northnrlv nlmig Ihr e e n t s r l i o n of t h e erntrr n, '
line of Thornnli R ' W "> t h « o c n t e r , wltii t h t S o u t h e r l v i u ,
line nf Burke S'reiM.; rnnnlillt i b t n t - e t h » BorOURh of Oanpr.
IS) W«sierlJ along t h e e r n t f r IIMC of I t.h#n«m ( 1 ) txntrrlv nn.i
Rurkc Stffnt. to Ilif m i l R»«Wrly line I a l o n g said boundary ii,
(it W8sl(JJUtftn Avrinif to tkie p o i n t ut • IM I m t e r l y R i g h t ( ) f '
Cutitf*! RaUrOatl
iilnri. n l Iwjitiinliix.
RaUrOatl off N '
fo 'he
('AMMEN
An ulrl-fnshlonrcl The polling
wards mill ft]n-nori ' l i q u i d s nf ;i>
l e m e i l y tin tnvf lei"; nf h o r s e s IK Borough of (!»rti>ri>t nrr f, folln-A's:
• I ' i w n credit, for m u c h (if t h e s u c - DISTRICT NO I
i Voting pine
ivs.s of Greek Qnmr>, n lenrliriR WMlilnRton Sthonll tiktilNNTNO Hi
the. Junction nf Nnr Crrcl; with .smifii
jciUirllilnte for T l i o G t u d e n S t a l e , Island Sound; running ilienfi" u i in
I lie world's richest, race, Oct. 27.ft Westerly rllret thm fllitistf naUl N-irV
Creek lo Pcrnhlnr Avenue: t.l;riwe i l l
Owner Frrd Hooper brought the Northerly. alone Pershlim Avenue I"
S i n S , " i * s p > l 2 » Norn
'mixture nf cnsnlliip, carbolic nckl R09»mr«li Avenue; theme [n> Westerly '
(Vrttlnp DIHCP,
alone Roosevelt Avenue to the Wmtirly ! DISTRICT NO, 7:
"Ml iMini ehhinplior from his Ala-line of Clinrlfs Street; thenre |4) i NiUhau HKIP School I n e a i N N i N o nt ?' th« Runway Rivet
farm.
Northerly alonn Olinrlps Blteri
unit \ the mterapitlon or Nut Mtreol »nd
River to n,,
cuntlnutni! In a »tr«liilu line to the Mi\|i!e .Street with PfrnhlnR Avenue;
Creek; TI
running thenre M) In I Westerly dlrcr- q 1
Railway
Itlver
nt
n
point,
where
Deep
LEGAL NOTICES
l"«ly
kiong m\A r,u,,
Creek emptier Into said Hlver; thence Imi u lu II K "I'd Noe .Street nnd Maple
boundnfy line uf t l
(Si Southeostorly. albiiK the Runway street to Thornill Street; running
sr*t|
riiiinliiK , ! „ , ;
Sl!|*ErtH)R c m l r f T OF NEW JKRHF.VRiver to Stated Islund Hfmwl. ihfixr licncr 12) Northerly alonK «n\A Tlicirn7 along s|.|,| |,
>ll Street to Burke 9t.r»el; riimiln*
onANCERV DIVISION
It)
Southerly
IUOUK S t n t d i
IHUIKI
7
,
n(
•nler
Hnr of R,,,,.,
lenci" (^) Westerly alone n:ild Burke
MIPDUKKX COUNTY
Round to the plucp nf Nf>KlTinlnt<.
i
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
HEALS
1,1 <1A1, NOTICES
NOTK'KS
M I S T ni; iiirin T I . S T <;AS
357 STATE STREET
Tel. VA-6-1290
PERTH AMBOY
O p e n Dully " 1 " " '' " l (
SHOP FKIDAV HI >
,1-RF.T
.. CLASSIFIED :
RATEH ;•„ for 15
r
INFORMATION
II
I word
^,1,1, in advance
" ( ! "" i "<'for ad,; Wednesday 10
A. M. f,,r tl, f g a m , w ( 1 ) l | ( 1
!
rltl(h
Telephone
| ( U
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PAGE ELEVEN
FRIDAY, SFPTWtffift 21, Tf>50>
i ; HELP WANTED
Wn.K-1710
•
•
1'OR SALE
MIIIIFU.Y possible
doing
SOIU SAND." GRAVEL™
• i-tnbly work at home.
CINDERS
..',. unnecessary. CROWN
Call WO-8-0812
• •'. HM7-Y West Third,
9/6-9/20*
48, California.
9-20, 27* BEDROOM and (lining room"fur-
niture.-Call WO-8-0289.
, ., AC.ED WOMAN to act
9-20
,,p(niloii to elderly woman
1
'.,' week. Call after 9:00
•SERVICES
',' „• Saturday and Sunday. HAVING TROUBLE will, your
9-13-9-20'
!; ,',,n24.
lewernije?- - ] , , c l r l c
sewerootar
t
9/6 - 9/28
P U Y THE PIANO In a short time
or your money back. Complete
course $1.00. Pap's Piano Studio,
418fWashington St. Perth Amboy.
8/30-9/20"
IP YOUB DRINKTNO has Decome
B problem, Alcoholics Anonymous can help you. Call Market
'-7628 or write P. O Box 253.
Woodbrldge.
9/16-9/28
.MALE HELP WANTED
DARAOO%
AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL
Largest and Oldest in County
Hydramatlc, Fluid and Standard
280 McClellan St., Perth Amboy
Call Hltkrest 2-7369
9/6 - 9/28
\n Opportunity
uiih a future
9-20
and- KOfiri
administrative
nt r\pr\ level."
cent In Its high school population by the same time,
During the years 1960-84 th<*e
will be an overlapping of succeeding waves of Increased population at the elemeriary. secondary and college levels, creat'Ing the most serious U-achtr
shortaRe in this century.
"All boards of eBucatl(|n
and professional members should
begin now to plan for these Increases," warns the denai'tineiU.
"We shall need bulldhifjs, irnchers and larger budgets, but most
of all we shall need sound pi art-
nS: — Talk of nn atMlUrmal one cent per gallon tn>t
on gasoline; Itauanre of large
bond Issue* for highway purposes, and Htfieral Increases in
the cost of government, has finally reached the little man In
New Jersey.
One clay recentlyn letter postmarked BrldKfton and addressrd
to (lie New Jersey Senate, Trenton, N. J.. the Stute House, was
received nt. tin- State Capital. It
w'an, written in pencil by an
npparenlly nervous but. sincere
writer. It rend:
prntrrt nt tlir end of this month.
Governor Meyner has signfd
ii w w law requiring the certification of public librarians In the
larger municipalities of New
Jersey. . . . Residents of New
Jersey contributed $1,104,722 to
thn ennoer crusade this year,
topping the quota of one million
dollars and ntcwtluig th* $1.050,000 (tlven In 19S5. . . . Oovcrnor Meyner has approved the
Stout resolution adopted by the
LeulslfUure creating a commission to study the development
iind utilization at atomic energy
in New Jersey. . . . The State
Division of Veterans' Services]
hns completed a compilation of!
in Julv ovci the sumc nwnih lust
year, . , The State Department
of Conservation and Economic
Development Is working constantly to purchase properly
holdings in Bound Valley, HunJERSEY JTGSAW:— Property terdon Cotmfit, the site of n fuvalued at nearly "two billion dol- ture reservoir. . . . The State
lars U exempt from taxation In Division of Fish and Gape urties
fchn Garden State, according to nil yofins hunters of New Jersey
the New Jersey Taxpayers Asso- to plfin now to qualify for huntciation. . . . Betting has In- ins licenses by participating In
creased 8.3- per cent at the At- hunters' safety courses. . . . New
lantic City race track this sea- Jersey's direct link in a 40-State
son. . . New Jersey's 19S(i rent national police, teletype commucontrol net is belli!! n tin eked as nlciitions network is now In
llkiRal In the Superior Court,.,. operation. . . . Civil defense
tr.ilninu courses for disaster
Ti\x revenues of the RUte of
New Jersey Increased $10,614,832 nmsini! personnel will be re-
•'If you put nny more tuxes on
the peoples We wish you nil to
drop dead. Put it on the cigars
wrist ymi bis snots usr. Tt looks
as If you don't believe In God."
New Jcr.icl laws affecting vrt"liv
erans.
. , The State Depart-'
ment of Agriculture has Issued
240 licenses tn dealers in ,IWJ
poultry ami e««s in New JeraCf
dining the first five monthi Of
the current, licensing year. . . <
The 1956 ti-afTIr death toll thU»
far Is 499. one higher than lasst
year's records, ami the lncreMfe
has State officials worried.
CAPITOL I'APKRS: — Governor Meyner insists the old adafC
thnt as "Maine goes so ROM the
nation" is Mllv, . . . Politicians,
cows am! chickens are holding
th% spotll;ria at the Trenton
State Pair next week.
BUSINESS andSER VICE DIRECTORY
•
Accordion School • •
Funeral Directors • •
Music Instruction
• • Plumbing & Heating • • Radio & TV Service • •
Sporting Goods
MISCELLANEOUS
;,,,.,:K OR SOCIAL SERVICE
mind may qualify you for
nuy opportunity for full
nne employment, If you
rely Interested In helping
you may be the person
iltkirig for. For Intervieiy,
IV1 mis, 221 W. 41 St., N. Y.
9-20, 21; 10-4
!,: trial plant Is seeking
v HI fig man who has
military seri;,:.tecl
,' to eventually assume
,;:i n as offlcfc manager,
;,n and earnest appli.,/• will assure a bright;
Applicants \ should
;1
;v Iiox AA, this news>: stating full details,
background, and refer•. Salary will be ar-
Hints
'Cnntiniirrt f n m Rdltoniil P»IN>>
-t moves root*, nith, snncl and
stoppage
from
clogged
pipes
lralns and uewers. No dlRRing. no
damages—rapid and efficient. Call
Tony's Plumbing and Heating
,. MODERN CAFTER1A —
, ; ] ,AYS, COUNTKR SER1
, DfASHIER. CALLFUL, f ,,nfi. EXT. 435.
9-20
,lMI -FEMALE HELP
WANTED
Under < apitwi Dome
HI'NSCirS
Accordion School
SYWOWMCKI
172 Brown Avenue. Iselln
Fttnprat Home
Private Accordion Lessons
((ilviri fa Vnur Hninp or Our
Stiulln)
• (omplrtp Arinrdlon Repairs
• Salrs, Kciltnls. Kxihaujci
PIrlujps nnd Ampllllers Installed
Mnslr Books for Accordion
18 Atuntic Stteet
i, N. J.
For Information Call
Telephone Carter** 1-5715
S
|v v/ANTED to wor|[ in news,.-. tore In WoodBrldge. Call
,11)85 between 2 and 3
I :.. appointment,
9-20
:v;i(Y BOY and drug clerk—
: • :,mi' after school, 2:30 to
I' M Must drlv« Apply Co.. Dr.ius, In man Avenue, Co9-20
SCHOOL
AND MUSIC SHOP
FLYNN & SON
IN MUSIC"
Accordions
Short Musk
Accessories
Instnimrnts
Certified
FUNERAL
'-tigress had to appropriate
ita] appropriation bills,
n included in the final
make up for shortages
ar
-«>s funds at fits e n * of the
l!
t ''''l,year. And no doubt the
'niigresa' will
necessarily
pass one or more supple,
''ills to make up for cuts
i the conference committee.
[Ut " in all Congresses recently,
ai];
"<i!its agreed to in conLC l t . l l e c t , t a t | | t l c a l o r t e m
i •.•auction* which will not,
420 East Avenue
Perth Amboy
23 Ford Ave., Ford*
VA 6-OSte
AA A
Instructors
(31 LINDEN AVENUE
CARTERET, N. J.
A. Kith, Jr., Prop.
Weodbrldfe, N. i.
Telephone CA-1-5»S9
SET NEED
REPAIR?
Call
WO-8-4360
C. POZNANSKI
PLUMBING & HEATING
SEWERS CLEANED
EASY W A Y -
ART'S RADIO
& TELEVISION
NO ACCORDION TO BUY . . .
—SALES and SERVICE—
WITH ELECTRIC ROTOR
155 AVENEL ST., AVENEL
Antennas installed, Tubes tested free at our store, Car Radios
serviced promptly.
REPAIR ESTIMATES FREE!
Funlture
# fitters-tontracijbrs •
•
GIACOBBE t SON
TRENCHING
BUILDER' & CONTRACTOR
152 Rudolph Avc, Rahway
• FOOTINGS
• OIL TANKS
• SEPTIC- TANKS
• WATER LINES
• SEWERS ,
101 Sharot Street, Carteret
— FOR —
PWVATfi LESSONS: lntc
Mod*rn and Classical —
anA Advanced.
Speclalizlnt In
CUSTOM-BUILT HOMES
Phone:
WINTER BROS.
FUlton 8-4169 • 1-0758
WAttlOE FURH. SHOP
ENROLL NOW FOR. EXTBR*
INSTRUCTION
In Ouf
AIR CONDITIONED STUDIO
V. S. Hwy. 1. Avenel, N. J.
Ont Mile North of Woodbrldge
Cloverleaf
Open 9 A.M. to 9 P.M., Incl, gat.
Phone
WOod bridge 8-1577
LAWN MOWERS •
SOLVE YOUR HEATING
PROBLEM
AVENEL
COAL & OIL CO.
t
Ufltrar Stores
61S RahwayAve., Woodbrldje
(Opp. White Church)
JOS. ANDRASCIK, Prop.
• FRESH BAKERf GOODS
Open 7 A.M. to 10:30 P.M.
INCLUDINQ SUNDAYS
Close Wednesdayi at 12 Noon
Drugs
Avenel Pharmacy
»M RAHWAY AVENUE
PRESCRIPTIONS
WHITMAN'S CAND1E
Greeting Cardi
RAYMOND IACKSON
AHD SON
Drugjfittt
8» Main Strtet
Woodbrtdge, N. J.
Telephone 1-0554
•
Telephone Woodbrldie 8-1889
TREAT SHOPPE
« SOPA FOUNTAIN
SMITH
EDDIE'S MUSIC CENTER
PLUMBING & HEATING
Eddie Bonkoskl, Prop.
WO-8,3998
Prompt, Efficient Service*
Moving and Tracking
Complete Moving Job
3 Rooms $29
5 Rooms $35
4 Rooms $30
6 llooms $10
All Lo*di Insured
-
10 Vcari KM>
ECONOMY MOVERS
NATION-WIDE
MOVE11S
Kuhway 7-3014
48-State
Moving
Service
AGENT
National Van Unei
A, W. Hall and Son
jnd, LDHK Dlstltnc*
Mvvlai) ami Htuiue
Uttuwtiuld nod oftUc HUruliUts
'cd Agent
v»n Linn
Kooma tot N(on|*
€ * A T I N « • PAOKINU
SHIPPING
Uuclihuwl Kuraltute <A
B l
OHlce and WarebouM
34 AiUntlc Street. Cart«r«t
ThL. ( A 1-5540
"ItCMW"
"PENN"
".•\lRKX"-"rEVTA«RE"
Homo of Reel Parts
Wholesale and Retail.
REEL REPAIRS A SPECI
Reel Checked, Cleaned,
Polished, Greased and
Adjusted, for Only
(Plus Parts, If Needed)j;,,
1*
•
'f " I ;
We Have. Iu Stock ;
• TROUT WORMS
• WILDLIFE PICTURES
(framed)
• HUNTING AND FISHING
LICENSES ISSUED
Ask
How
You
CHII
Win
One of Our Trophies
RUDY'S'
[FISHING TACKLE
AND REPAIR
SPORTING GOODS
256 Monroe Street, Railway
Telephone RA-7-3894
•
Tankless Coils
DELICATESSEN AND
Tankless Coils
Cleaned
STORE
Complete Line of
KeJI(lous Articles
For All Occasions
181 Randolph St.
CARTERET
Phone KI-1-83J4
Roofing and Sirilng
Water Softeners
Installed
Call WO-8-1400
AVENEL COAL
and OIL CO.
876 Rahway Ave., Avenel
Henry Janten & Son
DAY*
Tinnlnr and Sheet Metal Work
Roofln* Metal Cefllnfi and
Forna«e Work
WXJ SERVICI
JUST PHONE
S88 Alton Street
Woodbridge, N, J.
Photography
Telephone 1-ltM
WO 8-0200
Fast
and Courteous
SentM
the Piano in a
WOODBRIDGE TAXI
SHORT TIME
. 443 PEARL ST. VVOODBRIDOE
CANDID OR STUDIO
Service Stations
. .'Lessons
in your own
TOWNE GARAGE
HOME
J. F. Oardner & Son
Professional Musician.
485 AMBOY AVENUE
Woodbridge
WO-8-3540
JLeille J4enk
We're Specialist* In
• BEAR WHEEL ALIGNMENT
AND BALANCE
Call for Appointment
WO-8-0781-M
• BRAKE SERVICE
Pet Shops
Complete Stock of Domutlo
add Imported Wlnei, Beers
and Llqnon
S74 AMBOY AVENUE
: WOODBRIDGK, N. J.
HREHA'S
SFRVltE
Taxi Cabs
186 REMSEN AVE., AVENEI,
JUeara to play
Religious Articles
Get That REEL FIXED
NOW!
CALL
By a .Well Known Teacher and
Woodbridge
liquor Store
• SALADS at their BEST
Perth Amboy's Oldest EsUbllshefl
Accordion Center
18 Tesra At tbe Same Location
ALBRECHT'S KEY SHOP
WDGE. 8-1400
Delicatessen
Why Risk Your Health
With Pbo'f Pltihibiiig?...
124 WASHINGTON AVENUE
CARTEttET
Phone CArteret 1-7163
HAND and POWER LAWN
MOWERS SHARPENED and
' REPAIRED
MERCURY OUTBOARD
MOTORS
SALE and Service
SCHWINN BICYCLES
SALE and Service
SAWS SHARPENED - KEYS
MADE
TO COMPLETE HEATING INSTALLATIONS
826 RAHWAY AVE., AVENEL
Cbpose -fnm such (unous nuke «c
cordlon* us: EXCELSIOR, TTTANtt
IORIO LANLE, ACME, HUHNEI^
ACCOKDIANA,
EXCELSIOLA and
DALI.APPR.
557 State St., P. A. VA-6-1290
• FROM SERVICE •
CA 1-7851 ir 1-6645
We carry t full line ut Musical
Instruments and Accessories
R«»14«nts
Slncf 1937 .
LET US
Cotmetloi - FUfl|
Indian d e » u « t » t » "
'i .Itliudb «
14 PERSHINO AVENUE
43 Main Street, Woodbrldie
Phone: WO-8-41U
WOODBRIDOE 8-W14
M
Call H1-2-W48
LEARN TO PLAY
ACCORDION THE MODERN,
HOMES
Iltibllshed 11 Teart
COAL. FUEL OIL
KEROSENE
Also this Congress provided for
tome increased spending for which
no funds were provided. One of
these is the soil bank program
for the farmers which will cost
about $776 million in fiscal 19S7.
It will be financed by Commodity
Credit Corporation funds, which
will In turn have to be replaced by
appropriations from the Treasury
next year. The other measure
providing for increased spending
In 1957 for which no funds were
appropriated is the Public Assistance amendments which increased
the federal share of the FederalState assistance payments and
which Will cost about $115 million
this year and which will necessitate
a supplemental appropriation next
year of about $221 million.
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••:•'••< *as $47,516,196,642, in•'•: $7,^4,859.833 for' permaI i't ilpiterest, etc. The total
fruitions signed Into law by
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ii.,i/ hava made, the 84th spending programs, These cuts
';- s will go down In the books tend to cause an understatement
''••'.• fret'st (pending congressof the spending programs actually
;• in peacetime or cold-war approved by congress and they resuit In supplemental appropriations
):.e I x icor« of spending in the being requested and provided in
b'!<is recently ended shows the second half of the next con'.it: President submitted ap- gress.
The only substantial cut made
iruiiun requests aggregating
1
Ullioni. Tht House approved by this Congress was in foreign
l"< biiiiom and th« Senate voted aid, where 91,063 billion was cut
P3 billions. Tht
conference from the President's request for
mil' b«twe«n the Rouse and (4,860 billion.
Some notable Increases were
•• »n the individual bills rein a final appropriation of made la the so-called pork-barrel
f, billion. And this total do«s legislation for construction on riv•Je $7.8 billion of perm*- ers and harbors and flood control
^it LiM.ropriattooi for interest on projects. After jockeying back and
' p • .c debt and certain other forth, conference agreements beJ which do not require tween house arid senate resulted
- congressional action each in an increase above requests of
the Corps of Engineers tit $43.3
millions, Including some 82 proj1
-ingress fav« President ects not requested by the engi•'^•r something lilc« |800 neers. The cost to complete these
;
i -... more defenso funds than 83 unbudgeted projects will be
1
:'-'-sted. The total figures something on the order of $1,028 bU-j
'-'sted by the President in lion.
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NEW ROCKET PLANE
BOV. 9. SAVES 4
VIDOR. Texas
Mack Davis,
9, rescued hi-1! father and three
Bills — Marv Joyce and June
Mcl.in -from lh« Sablne River
tith his inner tube. The girts
were swimming when a sudden
whirlpool formed In the river. The
girls screams brought Hubert Davis, of Houston, to the rescue but
the angry water was too much
for him. Mack dashed into the
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and then .swam away. His father, with the aid of the tube,
rescued the girls and worked his
way clear of the whirlpool. All
were snfe and unharmed.
YELLOWSTONE
More than $30,000,000 will be
spent In a lons-ranse program to
| Improve Yellowstone N a t i o n a l
Park, according to the Department of Interior. The park, established by Congress in 1872, now
embrace* about 2.213,000 acres of
Federal lands In Wyoming, Idaho,
B y I.YN C O V N M U . V
and Montana. It la one of the
H E voirp uf 1 l-yc.'ii "I'l T o m m y
World's greatest wild life sanctuCole, one or Walt Disney s talaries and wilderness areas.
ented Moiisekotocis mi "The Mick-
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BONNIE! AS SOON AS VOU GET
THE FIRE STARTED, BRING
OUT THE STEAKS,
ey Mouse Club," Is ch.'inginu . . .
This phenomenon Is fllteiinf Ills
ballad singing slightly, but to Tommy it's a mere nuisance . . . The
physiological development, however, is hurting his work as a Mouseketeer not at all . . . Since joining
"The Mickey Mouse Club" he's be-/
come a better than average tap
dancer . . . Currently he's studying
tap dancing and ballet with Burc.h
Holtzman, Burbank Instructor who
was the Mouseketeers'
original
choreographer.
The only entertainment training
Tommy had before Joining the television show were accordion lessons
. . . He started those lessons at the
age of nine . . . Tommy auditioned
for the Mouseketeers as an accordionist . . . He had been playing
with a band from his local school
of music In LaCanada, Cal, and
was chosen from 11 other youngsters for additional auditions . . ,
In the nine auditions that followed,
he sang . . . He hasn't plnycd the
accordion for the MMC since.
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was Ulyjses S. nr,,,n ',
mous Crvll War ..,„„,
ancestors, but n si-,,.'
who was drlvlnn l! '
wagon while drunk
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LAFF OF THE WEEK
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DETROIT, Mich. — When telephone service was cut for three
hours in suburban Detroit recentj ly. the telephone company ex! plained that it wasn't the heat
I which had done It—it was the
humidity. Humidity dampened the
cables, causing a short circuit,
company officials said.
$3.95
PlIBLIX PHARMACY
The Agriculture Department reported that the total value of the
country's farms reached a record
high of more than $170,000,000,000 ]*5t year despite the declining
agricultural prices and income.
CAPITOL: One of the finest albums recorded In many moons Is
the sound track music from the
superb movie, "The King and I"
. . . The Rodgeri and Hammerstein music Is moving, warm and
wonderfully versatile . . , Deborah
Kerr and Tul Brynner play the
king and Ann* . . , Another sound
track of a movie has been recaptured In "High Society" starring
Frank Sinatra, Blng Crosby and
Her Grace Kelly . . . The songs
are originals by Cole Porter and
are beautifully done by those two
masters of music, Crosby and Sinatra . . . Miss Kelly does well with
her number and Celeste Holm contributes a honey with Frankle.
Spending all, saving nothing, may make
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HONIY.. BETTER
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-AND L O O K O U T THE CORN IS
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COUPLE IN 98'S.WED
LOS ANGELES. Calif. — Myer
Krich, and Hinda Jubas, 95, both
residents of a Jewish Home for
the Aged, were recently married
; Krlch's wife died five yeare ago.
while the former Mrs. Jubas had
been a widow for 40 years.
The Boll X-2 rocket plane, ptlotrrl by Lieut. Col. prank K.
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