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: XIX—NO. 21
CARTERET, N. J., FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1950
U.SMR. Honors Nickel Plant Men for Safety Quin Lists
weetness
Details for
AND
New Term
Light
Kindergarten C.
To be Shifted; Other
Plans Outlined
I. GREGORY
it rounds as though
,,- bragging a little,
,i i he upper-case
t Herb Lerner who
niiv not, be a Comii' won't say.
PRICE FTV1 CKNT8
Many Boys and Girls
Will Vie Tomorrow
In Soap Box Derby
CARTERET — T h i s borough's
public school bullrtlni's are In tip
top shape for the opening of the
new school term on September 6
Crlwln a. Quin Jr., general schoo
uporvlsov, snld today.
Jillrvi him dawn to
Mr. Quin expressed his apprecia;,,K1 I've punched
tion to the Board of Educntlon for
CARTERET—Here are the contestants who will take part In
thr painting and alteration work tomorrow's Soap Box Derby:
ii:i|)py. He's bent in
rlnnr durlnit thp summer months
OUT-OF-TOWN
CARTERET
lh' lie hasn't got
find nt the s.ime time connratulat Albert Murray, U. 264 Washington Ranald Wanudarfer, 12, Mllltown, CARTERErr-After weeks of fewviith left to whlsverlsb work, some twenty boyi uul
'd-thr custodians for their efforts
Avenue,
John Lakatos Jr., IS; South River.
will compete tomorrow tn tin
,,,;,! lie's a CommuTpnchcrs of the system will mee! Billy SI tar Jr., 11, 51 Htald Street,
annual Carteret 8o»p Box Derby
i is voice would be(
n the hlKh school Tuesday, Sep William Glnda. IS, 24 Lincoln Ave- Charles Tyson, IS, JatnenburfLowell Elbertxon. 15, ferth Amoby. which thli year U being spomond
trmber 5. for orRanlzatlon and dis
in l>f hoard, anynue.
exclusively by the Cuteret Uoni
mission
of
the
school
work.
Robert Andres, 15, 700 Roosevelt Edward Syrek, 11, SiyrerlUc.
•i!i:;r us loyal AmerClub.
Thr first ten days of school wl
Avenue.
Robert Smith, U, South Amboy.
f; too loudly
for registration of ntw students Louis Kasha, 15, 10 Charles. Street. Al Kwlatkowskl, 12, South Amboy. Prom all report*, the "can'1
Communists
including the kindergarten pupils losrph Ronnl, IS, U Mereer Street.
which the boys have made Utfi
Richard Strako, 11, Fords.
, huve stabbed to
Kindergarten children must be
year for the race on Perghlqf AreRaymond Swrer, 14, 51 Irving
Michael Strakn, 15, Fordi.
yrnrs old by January 1, 1951, to be
nue hill, are the best In the birtorr
niTiil Dean. They
Street..
ible for enrollment. Parents Brenda Misdom, 11, 96 Heald Robert Thomas. 11. South River. of the Carteret derby and compei in cold blood as
must brins birth certificates an
tition will be at a white-hot heat.
Jay Thomas, 13, South River.
Street.
:i, American a* ever
vR!-::ination cards.
Committees have been busy In, uniform of the
Mr,
Quin
said
that
all
children
specting
many of the entriea" cars
:i..tc.s Army/ These
who reside in the trailer camp at
and will be on hand to direct tip
,i.ts, mombfirsOf the
West Carterst will be transported
running of Carteret's most imporo Cleveland and Columbus schools
tant sporting contest for children.
dui' to crowded 'conditions in the
,T on occasion, ran
This year the race Is not itnUted
Wiishinffton and Nathan Hnle
to Carteret children. Many mit-ofthrough General
.schools,
towners will be In the race. An,, lay helpless and
in case of storm, and sessions are Bids for Materials will llJSMR Unit Has Over 300 other innovation will be the apoff, the following schedule
Be Received at Next
Members in 1st Week; pearance of girl races.
be observed:
The portion of Penning 4venue
1. No school will be broadcast Meeting of Council
, has been given
Growth
Is
Cited
'from Roosevelt Avenue to tl» botover WOR. WNBC and WCTC
; .^iportunity to deny
tom of the hilt will be dqted to
from 7:15 A. M. to 8 A. M.
CARTERET—Pour streets in the j CARTERET—A membership of traffic. Various borough official*
•mnmunistor aCom2. The local fire whistle will be borough are slated for improve- 300 during its first week of opera- and residents also will participate
vinpathizer. He presounded at 8 A. M.
ment soon. The streets are St. Ann, tions was reported today by the as judges, officials, timekeepers,
, ignore the question,
3. Irr> case school sessions are Bernard. William and Dorothy.
U. S. Metals Refining Company etc.
iiu'^i his commissars
closed at 1 P. M., no signals will Bids for road materials to make Federal Credit Union. Loans of
Several trophies are to be awardbe Riven except in schools.
the improvements will be received $1,275 have already been made, ed, including the August J. Perry
• International Mine,
4.
Do
not
call
the
schools
to
inat
the
next
meeting
of
the
Borml Smelter Workers
according to Meyer Rosenblum. Memorial Trophy. The Craftsmen's
quire about closing.
ou&h council, September 7.
Club and William SlUr tlao hive
brazenly marched in
The council will also receive bids assistant treasurer and secretary donated trophies.
nty-line and one of
of
the
union,
and
there
are
applithat niirht for the construction of
veil stole union funds
a sswer in Carteret Avenue, author- cations on hand for loans amount- Thtre will be four classes open
to entrants—class A for boy» from
izea in an ordinance adopted at Ing to $3,750.
sli on the Communist
13 to 16 years of age tachatve.
the
last
meeting.
In his first report to members
That's why I've been
D for boys ftom 11 to 11 InFinal heatings will be held Sep- and employes, Mr. Rosenblum class
him around at will>
clusive, class C for girl* between
tember
7
on
ordinances
to
estabwrote:
I've never yet seen a
11 and 15 years and clus D for
grades in Pennsylvania Avenue "With the receipt of- our first out-of-town
Holy Family Church Se lish
contestants. All eonv,to refused to swear
and Cypress Street,
payroll reduction check on August estants will be presented with T
his allegiance to
For Annual Event at
A hearing will be held on the 14, the credit union was officially shirts before,the race.
whom I couldn't
of Star's Servlcenter able W begin business. During the
I Hall Grounds application
for the erection of s, service station first week we, made loan* to our All entries w l t h ' W r m u t t ' V
tonight at Sitar's 8wvice
membership in the amount of made by where
CARTERET - General^ indlM In the West Carteret section.
enrs will be tntpect$1,275, with Individual amounts Station,
point, to ii liirije attendant
ed for brakes, steering and safety
IraiTipcl on this battle
ranging from $75 to $400.
for thi' annual picnic to be hel
appliances from 6 to 8 P. M. "
Lerner practically
by tlir Holy Family Church a
"As of today, we have approxiPcrshlng Avenue Is being gayly
I have hearty respect
Pulrnn grounds Sunday beglnnin
mately 300 members and are pro- decorated
the occasion. Local
at, ;i P. M.
gitimatc labor leaders,
gressing daily. At the present time merchants for
have made cash donawe
have
on
hand
requests
for
loans
Tiic-n;
will
be
various
games
an
Sly if they are openly,
also prizes such as footballs.
totaling $3,750, These applications tions,
ntcsis. Music for dancing will be
|tly, diligently and belwrist
watch, pencil and pen set.
will be processed as quickly as posnniLslicd by Dick PawHk's Orntly anti-Communist
sible and as fast as we receive roller sknte.s, etc.
Refreshments w i l l be Large Group Planning
;
|tln men in the Inter('\RTEKET—For having completed 1.000 (lays time accident in the Nickel Plant since July 26, available.
I. Robert Farlss, general chairthrough the payroll deducTo Visit Retreat HOW funds
man, said that both fire companies
I Mine, Mill and and nights of continuous operatic, without a lost- 1947. and the rnd of that reni"rkai,|«. safety record
tion.
The committee in charge is comhave offered their assistance us
Workers don't know itar .ccldent. the men ,.f the Nickel Plant ol thr has not even been reached. I his is ., wonderful posed of Mrs, Sophie Trosko, Mrs. At West End Sept. 3
"We hope- that the members who they have done in the pasf. Others
I S Metals Refining Company were ivei. specially achievement, and we are justly proud of the men Mary Akaliewicz, Mrs. Anna Gotoood decent union- destined lighters in recocnltion of Btheir achieve- who have accomplished it.'
may
have
to
wait
for
one
or
two
who will assist are the Legion.
wicki, Mrs. Stella Urbanski, Mrs. CARTERET—At Its last meet&n \K. Let them com- men* In a cerenumv held on the plant srinmils,
Mr. Anderson singled out, f.ir special commelida- Helen Urbanski, Mrs. Anna Sie- ing, Fourth Degree Knights of Co- weeVs for action on their loan ap- Veterans of Foreign Wars, CathoI themselves with the several hundred people witnessed the presentation tin", the safety coordinators of the Tank House kierka, Mrs. Agnes Sobleskl, Mrs. lumbus, Carey Assembly 1280, com- plications will bear with us during lic War Veterans and Boy Scout*.
pleted plans to attend the silver tills temporary period of growth. The Carteret First Aid Smiad,win
Auto Workers just up of n ckel p l e d lighters which had the safety cm- Division, John Merelo and Benjamin Kay; the Helen Wojwodzkl,
pad in Linden, for in ben of IhTv, S Metals Kelliiii.K <:o..,pan» en- safety director of I. S. Metal,. John A. Turk; the
Mrs. May Komenda, Mrs, Helen jubilee celebration of the founding "Please remember that the also be on hand.
»
u n i o n s J l o p g t e w a r ( 1 I ( ( h l l Kowalski Jr.; the gen"We are very grateful for all the
Sokiec, Mrs, Josephine Waselewski, of St. Alphonso Retreat House at credit union has been established
--and they can see oieiii «i
T w . . g » t U » t o ™ message on behalf of the ....... eral foreman of the Nickel Plant John Kereluik. Mrs. Catherine Karwtckl, Mrs. West End. The Knights. In full ;o serve you. It provides a conven cooperation we are receiving this
how much that Red- and management if I'. S. Metals was delivered by and Division Supervisor Walter Monson
lent
method
for
you
to
make
reguregalia,
will
be
a
guard
of
honor
to
year," Mr, Farlss sald.
itnl 1MMSW has been • P h i l i r ™ AndeV-ion superintendent of the Tank
The recipient; of the awards shown in the top Sophie Godleski, Edmund Urban- the four bishops who will be pres- lar systematic weekly savings
ski, John Marci, Michael Siekierka,
I
m'iCi
..
of
1'
S
Mel
ils
The
presentation
of
picture,
are:
Michael
Truch
Jr.,
Milton
Gostkowski,
ent. The celebration, slated for makes it possible for you to secure
fir side. The IMMSW
Andrew Rodzenka, Joseph Nemeth, Albert Szuch, John Koch and John Sobieski.
September 3, will start with a flelfl money for any worthwhile purpose
v
jut to deliver for the lluuse Dlusion of I S. WeUlv H'M",'.,
mass at 10 A. M. Families are In- Remember also that the profits'of i
John Kcreliuk, James McGriff,
its out to deliver for
guests were Lawrence K. Cole, general inan- Andrew Chubaty,
the credit union are returned to
Patrick. R. V. Caldwell, James Askew, NEWS DELIVERY CO. vited.
Jeromc K. Vout/., assistant to the munuger; Frank Harmik,
u>sia.
Fillmore Tate, Caldwell Tucker, NOW IN NEW SITE
A communion breakfast Is slated you In the ftrm of dividends.
Kitson H. Graves, superintendenl, ami James Mc- Joseph Gorecki, Walter
Monson.
* * ••
for October 15. There will Tae in"If you have any questions conCarthy, personnel director.
In the lower picture are, front row, left to right,
stallation of officers at Woodbridge cerning the credit union or would
Ir his speech, Mr. Anderson pointed wit I pride John
[;hl ask the men in the
More
Than
$20,000
Turk, safety director; Walter Monson, nickel
soon. The membership committee ike to join, please arrange to see Carteret Schools will
.Mais in Carteret how to the record which the Nickel Plant had made, plan' superintendent; Erwin Wunnenbcrir, refinery
'One
thousand
days
and
nixhU
of
contir
Spent on Alterations is now securing applicants for the me at our temporary location In
p
p
t s been since they've
P
exemplification of the fourth de- the old department of employes Prepare for Bombing
^
^ . s upcrill ten(ient ; John Rowa!ski, union steward,
p days and nw
tinancial statement— One thousand
In Chrome District
grue.
relation office."
out
a
w
h
los
ductiv.ty
represents
about
^000
ma
-hours
with
P
^
^
^
^
^
^
Emergencies,Quin Says
iinized financial state- which I believe » q
Faithful Navigator Michael SofJohn A. Dlckson is president of
^
" J ™£
fr^OrU ( Jus Kostenbader. assistant tar.k house superinCARTERET
—
Congratulations
1 mean, from their BiiMt is more than just ji^ecord I » ^
^
ka.
The
next
meeting
will
be
held
the
credit
union,
Elmer
Dragos,
.
p.
Anderson,
tank
house
superintemlCARTERET—Plans to train
an; continuing to pour into the
, p
ttnitnl
K
cn
Rational union1. I might
vice president; Harold Van Ness, Carteret's school children and their
' H . G r a v c s , John
B. Kay, Curterel Newspaper Delivery Com- September 18.
p l a l U Merelo.^fety
sul)erinten«lent;
in tnd^ethtr.VheVhlfno't be'/n T L l c^n t . R .coordmator;
coordinator
ID cumpare their Christtreasurer, and Mr. Rosenblum, as- teachers as quickly as possible for
h M l f t
dit
pany oif-its opening of the new
pHics with those Ule UAW
sistant treasurer and secretary. emergency action In the event of
store at 94 Roosevelt Avenue.
Francis
C.
BUchoff
Teachers Also 'Learn'
I and paid for out of union
g
ivill Nominate
The owners of the company,
atomic or other bombing in this
I uiuiiit ask them how their
Robert and Harry Chodosh, have With Navy Task Force
State have been outlined by State
In Summer Courses
Curteret
Hddussah
and disability assistance New Staff Sept. 5
spent more than $20,000 for alteraEducation Commissioner John H.
mi in union dues—comCARTERET—The faculty of
tions of the building and the most CARTERET—Francis C. Blsch- Croup at Convention
Bosshart In a letter mailed to the
C A 11T K H E T—Carteret Post,
Mih that received by a
modern store fixtures and lighting. off, boatswain's mate, third class
Board of Education here.
the Carteret, public school sysUSN,
husband
of
Mrs,
Jane
V
M m the General Mdtors American Legion, will meet TutsIn addition to handling the sale
CARTERET—Mrs. Morris Ul- The program will be state-wide.
ilay,
September
5.
when
officers
tem
continues
to
improve
proLutheran
Members
BlschofT,
32
Chrome
Avenue,
is
linden. Every month the
of newspapers and magazlnes,#the
man, Mrs. Philip Drourr, MJss Henthe many personnel aboard rietta Weiss, Mrs. Florence and The plans include Red Cry* flnt
Linden shows dlrne by will be nominated for the ensuing fessionally, Edwin S. Quin Jr.,
Invited by Rev. Klelte store is selling various drug items. among
Aid training, classroom use of films
yeur.
* union dues are spent—
general school supervisor, deThe company claims the largest the ships of Task Force 86 who Mrs. Max J. Oruhin reprewnted and literature on the effects of
have been participating in the the Carteret Chapter of Hadassah
To Enroll for Classes selection of greeting cards.
.'line issue of the union's At that time, Commander Wil- clared today.
atomic weapons, treatment of
•i shows a balance of liam Colaaii will name dslegates
"It Is one of the most modern training of 2,800 NRval Academy at the annual convention of Hadas- bums and other Injuries, creation
C
A
R
T
E
R
E
T
—Rev.
Karl
O.
A
number
of
teachers,
Mr.
and
Naval
Reserve
pfflcec's
Trainto
the
SLate
convention
to
be
held
:> in the local general
stores of Its type," Mr. Chodosh
Klette, pastor of the Zion Lutheran
ing Corps seniors and sophomores sah chapters of America held In of faculty unit* prepared to act to
|n.uia.63 in the locul strike In Asbury Park September 8, B and Quin said, attended .summer Church, announced today that the said. "It Is a credit to the fast-i in the traditional annual midship the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New the event of fires and to supervise
'•i!)07 tn the local build- 10.
York.
school and took e x t e n s i o n United Lutheran Church of Amer- growing b u s i n e s s section In men cruises this year.
food and water rationing.
Chrome.
: Huw do these i}«Jances
The principal speaker during
courses.
ica
is
planning
a
series
of
FamilyWholehearted cooperation of the
with those In (Jirteret? TO MEET MONDAY
the three-day session was Abra- Carteret school system with the
SZYMBORSKI AT FT. UIX
Mr. Quin said that teachers Church Institutes and he expressed TO MEET MONDAY
* «•
CARTERET—The Ladles' Auxham Eban, Minister to Israel. A
who obtalnjiew degrees will have the hope that inajiy members of C A f t T E R E T — The Carterei CARTERET —Henry Szymbor fashion show of dresses made In State Department of Education
* Lerner Is through in iliary of St. Ellas' Post, Catholic
ski, son of Mrs. Agnes 8zymborsk
was pledged today by Edwin 8.
his
parish
will
avail
themselves
of
Alumni
Football
Club
will
meet
nui rm only citing these W,ar Veterans, Inc., will meet Mon- changed classification In the sal- the opportunity to attend the ses- Monday night 6t 7;30 o'clock In Union Street, who enlisted In th< Israel attracted the attention of Quin Jr., genera) supervisor of the
ary
schedule.
delegates.
• and figures because I day night In St. Ellas' Hall.
Air Force, is stationed at Fort Dlx
school system.
sions.
the high school!
men in the U. 8. MeUls
"We are prepared to give 100 per
l|i
The institutes will be held In
't can do a lot better
cent cooperation," Mr. Qum aid.
various districts. The nearest dispelves just as soon,M they
"Our first concern at all times is
trict to this borough is Elizabeth
!«<>« dom Travers, ftoblnthe protection of health. «id safety
and
se-ssiops
are
to
be
held
Octo|i'i»npany, and thtlr Comof the children, so we will d« everyber 18 to 20. Rev. Mr. Klette will
iifvoiiun, and cajt their
thing possible to carry on the oblidirect the members of the Carteret
Hie antl-Commubteto in
gation In this vital matter of civilat
the
synagogue
of
Congregaparish
who
plan
to
enroll.'
Jw movement. There are
CARTERET-The Hebrew
,
CARTERET—John Ailken, 68 bridge, but during the past 18 the rank of sergeant when he ian defense."
Services at the church here Sun- Kdwin Street, who is celebrating; years have made (heir home in left the service.
"> places for thflth to go community of this borough Is tion Loving Justice tn the
*>n the day of his
H mtercstB ^111 k» pro- making preparations for the ob- Chrome section. & Baime will day will be as follows: 8 A. M , liU 25ti\ birthday anniversary Carteret
ii advanced—attd they servance of the high Holy Days be In charge of special rlfes set English service; 9 A. M., German today, is getting ready to serve
A graduate of Cartmt High h e enUsUl<( '" t h * * * * " « C o r w Cake, Handicraft Sale
service. The fall and winter schedi the emburrottjiunt of which will begin on the eve ol for the holidays.
School, he entered the Army in and again reentlited last year. To be Held Tomorrow
his cuuntry again.
After leaving the Army, he went
Complete details lor the Holy ule of services beginning SeptemHit; purpose! of ene- September 12.
John, who has seen service in 1943 and, alter training in the
|
ivir liberties. .*
Samuel Chodosh, president ol Day" service* will, be-announced- ber 3 wt}l be as follows: German World W»r II. h*s been recalled United SWea, left fur overseas to Rider College, than he reCAHTERET-** tweflt cak* and
ceived hit bachelor decree tost
service, 8:30 A.M.; English service,
the synagogue of Brotherhood of
• • • •
by both congregations within 9:30 A, M-, and Sunday School, to active duty with tf» Army service In Wewaer, 1»44. He November. Two nwnUW l»tar h« handicraft sale win b« held in
Israel, announced today the en- two weeks,
' ' :,.
•"'K'! to me I h*VO thin gagement of Rev. Abraham
lfeM A , M 1 _ ^ ^ _
Reserve Corp* And will report took »art in «»>« tattle of the obtained a teaching £*riUoo In lower Roosevelt Avenue tomorrow
<••';i by jnywlf, because
We are very fortunate to .get
Rhine and varMrat engajrMnents the high wheol «t FWltfp«bur». from 6 to 8 P, M., pn>cae«i of
to Fort Dux September 15.
Korbnwn of Newark to conduct
ill
U the
th
iliink every
lible the services for Roah Hashonah tlia services of Rev. Ifarbman."
along
the Central Ewwean
Hl» brother, WMlW»R. Jr., H, which will
Born In Glwfow, 8eoU»nd. he
VISITS MXATIVEB
1
n
CJw^f of
*ould want
served
Mveuleei
«¥tnth*
»
the
UP JmdyorhKlppur.Rtv.Mr.Korb, Mr, Ohodosh aald.-"M ,tt» Uh
front.
After
C A R T B R E T — Miss Pauline came to the OtfMI 6**t* when
Uoh fw
Paralysis;
" l^lp put
Navy m the laH #**.
man also ps Mown as an accom- Holy Days there la, wually a Saymbarski, Union Street, Is vis* he WM one im oft He went
tw heid b
Tht ule
1
'
tl
great
(Jemand
Iw
iwwpyp
able
TIM bon a n tbe sons ef WUplished cantor. He has conScotiuid
and
t
M
Mary
awl ifn,
to conduct -ttiw••'flttUWl.; |(f the ittog' Hal; byothw-ln-lav and alsto- tUm E, At*u) 8r. o» th« —
ducted aWicea at other
state* •»«
ter, 0«M;,,*B4 Mrs. Btehard
Her oh
A * ' t •'
i
List Contestants forBig Derby; Capacity Crowd
Race Entries to Close Tonight Is Expected to
See Lions' Event
Plan to Improve New Credit Union
Four Boro Streets In First Report
(
Parish Will Hold
Picnic on Sunday
K. of C. to Attend
Silver Jubilee
To Train Children
In Defense Moves
'Family an
Institutes Slated
Rev. Korbman, Newark, Chosen
To Lead Holy Day Rites Here
ltT
John Aitken, 25 Today, to Serve Umle Sam
Again, Fought in Europe During Last War
I
i
FT?TDAY, AUOTT3T 25.
PAGE TWO
Two Features Nightly Planned Recreation Slate
For N. J. Eairlo Open Sept 24 For Week Ang.28
CALENDAR OF COMING EVENTS
We Need Men Llfce That
Men are moved by Weftls, as
wartime propaganda proves. They
Will die to make a world safe for
PAL NEWS
(by
CARD or | , M ,
EI.Kn
We wish to ,.v,,
ce^e.'thai** i,, „
friends ma nvi>,\.,,
time-London New Statwman ktod e x p r e s s l y ,,
many nets nT fcin,|tl.
As it has bsen proven in the pant. and Nation.
spiritual houriuH ,
Carteret teams with small enrolltlful floral tribii;..
CARD OF THANKS
ments seem to ttet the most out of
our recent b c n i i l ( | |
their players.
lOSS O f O U l ' < | r ; n | .
We wi ' ! • v.ne«B our sinCarteret rated a Group 1 school,
ter and num. M.
usually plays Qroups 3 and 4 (rams cere thh:i'i. *.J iilr relatives,
We espi ,'iallv ", i
and Is able to defeat them most of friends and neighbors for t.helr
the Rev. C. R Yn i
kind expressions of sympathy,
the time.
Rrv. A. ,7. noli,,,,] ,
The PAX teams have to get their spiritual bouquets and beautitheir klndwoni ,,r ,
players from the high school n* the ful floral Mbutes, extended In
the nuns nnd Mi
our recent bereavement In the
age limit Is IS to 10.
Joseph's |li:rk|i ;
The Catteret PAL baseball team loss of our deafly beloved husand nurses' si.:,i[ ,,•
has beaten Plainfleld twice and band, father and grandfather,
hny Ofncrul n,,.;,,,.
Newark once, with most of these Walter Zubik.
Henry, Dr. :-;;,nill
boys coming from1 Group 4 schools.
We especially wish to thank
Mausner Miunif,,.Last Friday Carteret rnnt New-1 Rev. M. A. Konopka, Rev. L. J.
rmployrs
of sin ;
ark for the second time this sea-1 Petrick and Rov Raymond SzuCo, of Linden; i n :,,.
son, having beaten them by a 3-2 lf,-;ki; Slkorski Polish American
Workers Union I n.
score previously, on two successive Club; Joseph Pllsudski Oroup
tcrhational Chcnn
homerg by Walker find Mnrocchl. No. 14S; Polish National AlllUnion Loral Mi \
In last, tfeck's same, Dick Tracz's aiic« No. 1023; Carteret Smelter
Electrical Di'inm,,,
homer tied the samf In the fifth, and Refining Workers Union
lent Club of F:lS(l I
and the teams played to a 1-1 Local 837: Tank House Dept. of
flnpry; tlinso win, ,• ,.
iandstlll. The same will bo re- the U. s. Metals Reflnlns Go.;
the honornry mi'i ..
played tonight at Rahway Park.
pallbearers: C a r t e r e t Police
crs: the Cart.cni i>
and the funmii in
September is slowly approach- Dept., and the Synowietkl FuBiztlb, for satisfii.:
ins and you will soon hear the neral Home for satisfactory
rendered.
•hud of shoes against the pigskin, services rendered.
Mrs. Sally Zubik
and Boon Old Man Football will be
and Famjly
making his customary appearance,
Al J3rechka has been appointed
Carterst High Sclfool footbull
coach to succeed Prank McCarthy,
and Al is getting the backing of
all of us for a successful season..
YOU GET AN ENTIRE
Soon some of the PAL boys will
<if M l i i d l r
don football Suits to play with CarFALL WARDROBE
TffiiHiiri'i t^rt High. Some of them nre Marocchi, Tracz and Domlnguez. three
fiillown:— varsity regulars.
A T % IT? COST
Should you happen to pass
Wantoch's Gift Shop on Washington Avenue, you can't help but
notice the beautiful trophy displayed in the window, which has
7S&.S9 been donated by Doc Wantoch to
the Carteret PAL player who shows
It's a fact!—When you SEW you SAVE . •>
the most sportsmanship this yenr
up to Vi the cost of your clothing .'. . alfd
Doc says it will be an annual presthey fit better and are styled to you. 'It's
entation by him.
so easy with a new SINGER Sewing MaThe following committee will
750.28 meet' in the near future to elect
chine . . . They're smooth, easy-running
the winner of the trophy—Ed
makes sewing a pleasure. They're so servaCzajkowskl, Ben Zusman. Frank
Ule with tltne savins attachments to
Yapczenskl, Tommy Campbell.
handle every tricky sewing detail.
TUDOt
John Palinkas and Johnny Bubnick.
lr»m
«1li tH' Children'.'; Day. Hniness
il'.iV
V'u - . : J r i ! i D I t l i r N r w J c r s c v S l n t r riieinn will sturt on Tuesday nnd
2B -Sonpbox derby sponsored by Carteret Lions Club.
';I:I ,
hiis
.'iiiMDillirrvl
lll.it.
l u . 0 cmilmue through Hnlurrtny and
26~WeddlnK of Miss Marlon Skimmorfs to'Stanley Toknra at
cnuri";.
i i i . l r a i l o f ( i n c . w i l ! b e Iri;,-i Horan m«l his lleil Driveis
St. Joseph's Church, 3 P. M.
Friday
1IT1 r r r l i i m h l l v n t I I n - F . i i l . w h i c h will appear nlso on Saturday af2T—Marriage
ot Miss Anna Scala to J^MpH Qll in St. Joseph's
6:00
P.
M.
—SUar's
vs
Barred
' M i c i i ' o n . S u n d a y , K c p t t n i b i T : ' 4 t h . trriicon, Rpptcmbot 30. Bin Car
Church.
'
!'iid (loses on Rimdnv, October 1. AAA races will be the closing event Hearts iLeiblg's Fieldi.
27—Picnic, 'Holy Family Church, Falcotf'grounds, beginning at
8:00 P . M.-v-Blue Staj-i v«. Cobras
T h e u.simt prc.wiitiitliin, a sper- on Sunday, October 1.
5 P.M.
•••'""•
Park Field*.
iruliir stDRP rrvtir, alnny , w " h
27 ^Picnic. Free Magyar Reformed Church at St. James' grounds.
Mapday, A u j . 28
urlcvillo nnd nrii:\l act';, mil bf*|
6:00 P. M.~-Cards vs. Clovprs.
ic nf the frfttiirrs nil llif proa m . T h e other will be the a p —Mr. and Mrs. Ouy Wormels- 6:00 P . M.—Wlnpers of 1st round ,
2—Wedding, Miss Htlcn HoiTath, JohnlTMftJInowiJcl, HoJy Family
•nrancp of radio and ^tdfee stars dorf and family, Avenel Street, of gtiaunnesy Playoffs WlnnersVif j
Church.
'' '
aitar's-Sacred
Heart
game
playoffs
•arh ni^lit. oxrppt Sniifnlity when have returned norrw after spend*
4—Annual picnic, St. Etias' Cafcdllc
'hr monster F l m i v n ' s
X^'WIII inn a vacation with relatives and o play Nu-Wny.
8—Wedding of Helen Kormany to thfif&l D . Nagy Jr., Free
fi:30 P. M.—Ramblers vs.Fnrmbe .'lai'cd nloni: wllh tlw
friends in Wsmamie. Pa.
MuRyftr Church.
Bttes.
,
|
9—Wedding of Miss Helen Oulick W: AD&ew Qalvach J r . a t
- Mr and Mrs. John Sanders 6:00 P . M.~Blue Stars vs. Weet,
Fni- the opening ni!'.ht.'!,lhi> ntSt. E l l a s ' C h u r c h , 4*P. M. ">• ''
1
faction will be Johnny Olscn and and son, William, have returned CartVret Boys Club'.
9- Wedding of Miss Florence Brechka t o Alexander Kukowskl.
.s "Lsrl'ds Br Srated" Radio hotrif to New Concord, Ohio, after
lfr- Weddlrx?. M i * Flnrencs Lukdszklewlw to Arthur Dl BeneTuesday, Aug. 29
•urx. On Monday, Srptctnbfr 25. visiting Mrs. Sandors' brother and
detto.
' '
.! •!••
.
6:00 P. M.—St. Joes vs. Ukes
io Sleepy Hollow Show will be slstcr-ln-law, Mr. und Mrs. Fred21 Card party, Catlinlic Daughters in St. Joseph's Hull, 8 P. M.
6:00 P . M.—Cadete vs Hill Boys.
erick
Berkley,
Georfi-e
Street,
for
•csontrd. Tills is an ABC ofMinK,
23—Pall dance, Sacred Heart Post, G19, C.W.V. In 8t. James' Hall.
Wednesday. Atif. 30
hrn on Tuesday and Wednesday several days.
6:00
P
.
M.—St.
Joes
vs.
Clovers.
mills. Roy Ai'Uff will appear with
—Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ven- 6:M P . M—Ytthasz Qtrls vs Dobs.
:is fiiminis Smokey Mountain boys ables and daughter, Jean; Mrs. 0.
6:00 P . M—Cadets vs. Cobras.
and ijirls. On Thursday and Tri- N. Venables nnd Miss PetfRy Crhee
e t a n d N e w a r k T o rc|l|sy,of •"'•F r W a y' s ^ tlf6:00 P . M.-~Nu-Way vs winners!
day tho famous WrsU'm Jnmbo- have returned to their home on of Sltars-Sacred Hearts playoffs
_
,
, ,
A win ror.»leW»rli will probably
!cp, nn RCA Radio piTKcntatioh, Demarest Avenue after vaeatlonFriday, Stpt. 1
Keplay 1-1 Tie Tonight! p«t fteW in fourth place, with
InK at Sunset Lake, Vermont.
will be the added feature.
PAl bi^taij ItMue. Playoffs In
—Mr. and Mrs. Menit Wheeler • 6:00—P. M.^-St. Joes vs. Ukcs nt
Jack Kofhman's Flo]] Drivers
CARTERET — The (;art*rel
C.H.S. Stadium.
the ititt* lq»r) will start on Sunwill be the opening afternoon a t - and fnmily, Wllkes BRi're, Pa., and
PAL
team
will
play
Newark
PAI,
8:00
P
.
M—Nil-Way
vs.
winday, fHiaT' palHnrs have not
trnrdon nnd will sta(>e a repeat Mrs. Iris Williamson, Bltmhainton.
ners Sitars-Sacreti H e a r t s playoffs. tonight at Rahway Park in a
been rtUkstiJ as yet.
on Monday, September 25, which N. Y., were suesUi of Mr. and Mrs.
Personals
CJuy Wormelsdorf, Avenel Street,
and Mr. and Mrs. Eafl Krapf.
Remsen Avenue, for a week.
TRAGIC ACCIDENT
FORT WAYNE. Ala.—A few
minutes aftor Jane Ann Clifton, 8.
teeeived her school report card
show ing she was promoted from
the second lo the third grade, she
nnd some of her fellow pupils got
in n traeher's automobile for the
ride home. In someway. Jane Ml
from the car and beneath the
wheels, and was killed Instantly.
LEGAL NOTICE
1
F
AUDIT —
CIHM'V
ill'
I I) 4 I)
i - C l e r k of t h e l l o n n l o H ' l i . i y e n l - ' r n p l i n M e r n ^ o P t h e C o u n t y
i l x . u r x f r o m :» A. J l , t n I I', i l .
'>•<• "
Self-Deceived
A boy was strolling through a
cemetery reading the Inscriptions
on the tombstones. He came to one
which ran: "Not dead, but sleeping"
ScnttchiiiK his head, he remarked: "He ain't foolln' nobody
but himself."
AliTlirit
I. HAUI.KT, r m i r t y
a.
HfiltBl nri'nuntH,
BAI.ANH, HHKUT AK AT » W K
Cumltlned
Currput
Amount
Ammini
ASfiKTN
11,021,754.18
r
Trnnf
«'npM«l
$717,161.9S
S,011(1.(1 (I
lIn t V. a. Uovernitient Hornls
unk Ktofk ltiv*»tnifntF
lrst m»rtK«lfe trunt hnnda
ii.vm 11'ioivalOe
n mints I'ei'flvnlile
rptuH llpvenue 1H37
_..-
mmr
,
LEGAL NOTICE
SII
7sg.sn
S75.OO
1.44S 9'J
7l,0«7.»fi
no,«(t'n.oo
mount tn Hlnklnar fuml
ei'i'i rod rlmrKen ,ti> future taxation:
Knu iXfiiry autlior|y.)ttlonH
liiilrlt in sinking runil HiirninKX
! | l
H l )
»7T, 0 0
1,443.1(2
R.KftA 7 9
it.oofl.nn
39UaM
Sl.7Sll.35
7.<b.28
•l,HCl,SS7.H7
4,14»,»67.O7
AUCTION
»Ri'.!tet.O»
MONDAY KVKNINCi, AUGUST 28
ROOSEVELT SALES STABLES
Parsonage Kcl. off Route 25-27
Mctuchcn. N. ,1.
»
5 lbs. of SUGAR
MERCHANDISE & VttliKT
EVERYTHING FOR THE HOUSEHOLD
Sale Every Monday Night
COME ONE — COME ALL (
|4,549,J3M«
BAI,A\( (S glllCKT AX Al' UK.< KMUhill »l. 1IM»
C'liinlilnril
( urrrnt
TtiMt
Capital
Amoiiiit
Amount
Anmmit
Ateoftnt
1.120,000.mi t
f
11,110,000.(10
160,000(1
t(A,00O.0O
I.IAim.ITIKK, KKSKIiVKS AND flURPLt'8
(IflllTiil HerlKl bonilH
(iciKMiil T e r m ftomlu
Kini'i-ci'ncy Note '.
A|ipru|>rf!itlnn t!cnerve»
I'rf-iuiymctita—pay pfttlents state I n s t i t u t i o n s
l
b
p
f<iurl fines overpnid
I'i'iis'ion funds
I'linplnvfos rmyroll deductions—
I'nn-lnise of V. K. Bondu ....:.
lii(cre«t on !M7 surplus revenue fund
lllKcelliin«ou« truHt Itemii
Caul, IIHII Hi'iounl
Interest nnd dlvlnenrtH—ensh bull account
lininiivfinent HuthorlKHtlon**—permttuently
di
:
>'ii|)lt'n1 linjiriivonii'nt fund
UcKiTre for enplncerlrlK fe«s
Si!,!»]n,s icvttnup—1837
sinking luntl rcinilreint-nts
^
i Utsri miK IM-SITV^S for receIvat,l
Surplus
.
' .'
WITH A SINGER!'
}
t,:«o.ij
(.,7i.nji
221.92
760.1)0
L'5.1)0
1M.23J.CI
J9,tl1.«5
7B(VI>0
IT..Oil
12,244.2)1
lJ.2fi-4.26
1,593.76
7,68H.10
14.4i7.2S
2.932.1)2
1,194.81
1,593.7«
7.CR8.10
14,4n.J5
m
1,194.64
s.nir.n ,
9.8U.M
30,0(1(1.00
1H.S3S.23
TSS.8II
TOTALS
CARD OF THANKS
MEKLUNE
We wish to express our slncevi appreciation to all our
friends, relatives and neighbors
for the many 'acts of kindness
and sympathy they extended
ijurlng the deatli of our beloved
father Mid grandfather, Peter
Meklune, and gratefully acknowledge with thanks the
many floral tributes, donations
of cars and to: Rev. Karl Klette;
Rev. Frederick Noeldeke; Carteret and Rahway police escort;
Dr. Milton Brown;/pallbearers
fil&u
Director John J.
satisfactory services
rendered.
Meklune Family
"Browte at DuBrotc'i*
f i t ) Credit Dresses
Them ForSchool, Any Age!
SALE!
CHARGE
EVERYTHING,
ECONOMIZE!
$3.50
DRESSES
Skirts
..
2
79
our iiiUion-uid<- sales policy!
BOYS'DUNGAREES'I
Remanufactured
49
Including Cylinder Head, Oil Pan, Water Pump
169 SMITH STREET
PERTH AMKOY
Open Friday Evening* Till 9 O'Clutk
BUDGET ACCOim
REG. 49.95
V."iv.
P#Aft«^««ftA?!«^S«WS^^^
EASY TERMS
New England Colonial
Chest, genuine maple,
Salem style legs, 19"i45"
•19" h i ^ OthjfB to $78.
Parents. Come In
CLASS AND QUTPOOR OUT
• ' 1 S i m f l I ( i " SCflQOl
A N D CAMPUS.
extra
The styling and workmanship of our
make c«d«r chests reflect the skill of ma^in
craftsmen. Tb«y arc cedar chesU that nun
bine and underline beauty and practicality
Gengrpiu interipr? give ytun. '^mple spacf.
1250 moth iniurance policy with each ilu '
Drop in to see the m»ny other^Ie^igns. You II
find other attractive p n # fi. traditi"";'1
and maple, and |n
The GROSS Co.
''Aluxtyt the leader"
437 Amboy Avenue
- P. A. 4-4900
!
188 Mew Bnoswlck Avenue, Fords \ P. 4. 4-0500
Y!
180
Singer Sewing Center
ENGINE
FKKK
Useful School Sou
venjrs for Chitdrei
Accompuuied by
WORLD'S EASIEST CREDIT
Enroll Toil;iv:
4
Boys' Pants, wool plaid, covert corduroy
f
I,, 11
Sewiue Classes
Now I'orniinj
SPECIAL for BACK TO COLLEGE
All greatly IJINDERl'BK^I) in accordance with
also plaid and ilaimel shirts
Sweaters $1.50
Uned JACKETS, sno-suits $1.98
EXTRA VALUES! You ret absolutely
FREE our regular course in home
dreMituaklni or decorating under
personal Instructors, plus a basic set
of attachments with the purohuse of
your new SINGER.
PLYMOUTH
$2.79 Paiilicti
- .69c
$2.79 Corduroy Jackets $2.79
$2.79 Vests
|2,98
POLO SHIRTS 98c
Mhrrnl
I'm (If-1».
YOU CAN BUY A GUARANTEED
CLOTHES
CHILDKKIVS
WHY OVERHAUL?
K*>> llmt
Teriim,
carpet*
AW
ERET PRESS
PAOB THtttB
FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1950
SOBIESKI
Wass Hungarian Church S/SGT.
Bridal on Sept. 2
AT FORT LAWTO1S
U in SL Elizabeth's Rite
Will Hold Picnic
FAREWELL PARTY
GIVEN MRS. COLE
fiew Bmh At lihmry
Carteret Girl Who Served For Helen Hnrvath Mrs. Frank Craigen Is
:
provocative 4nd til time* frtRhUnDECISION IN OKRMANT
Ing report from the hottest sector
Affair Set for Sunday;
By Lucius D. City
Now for the first time the full in the eoM wtr.
Many Parish Workers
and r*veallng story of the Ruttinn
CARTERET—Mrs, Frank Crai- blockade of Berlin and th» Allied WORLD ENOUGH AND
^
On Committee
gen. 63 Park Awnue. West Car- airlift that broke its back I* disBy Robert Ptnn Warren
-:
Robert Perm Warren's first thre*
CARTERET—The Free Magyar Is making military service her
CARTERET—Miss Helm Hor- teret, gave a luncheon In honor of closed by General Lucius D Cl»y.
career, is now stationed at Fort vath. 50 Roosevelt Avenue, Is mak- Mrs. William Cole who is leaving he man who made the decisions novete—"Nlsht Rider" <l»38). "At i
Reformed Church will have a pic- Lawton, Wash.
ing final arrancements for her Carteret to make her home In that will shape the future of Q*T- Heaven's Oat* UB43> and 'All the 1
nic this Sunday commencing at 3. _„_
„,, woften
.vl. to her
t l „,„„..„.
Jean writes
sisters. wedding to Joseph Malinowski. 18 Trenton
many and Europe for yews to Kind's Men," which was awarded
o'clock In the afternoon on the Mrs. June Webb and Mrs. Irene Chrome Avenue, which will take
the Puliuer Prize for 1046—have
Guests present at the luncheon come.
grounds adjoining St. James Hall Szymborsltt, both of this borough. place In the Holy Family Church were Mrs. Mary Medvetz, Mr*
placed him among the moat Im"Decision
In
Oermany"
opens
on Longfellow Street.
: ,ir. riven in marriage by
"Port Lawton must be a beauti- Saturday afternoon. September 2 James Dunne, Mrs. August Hun- he secret files and goes behind the portant novelists of our time. His
mis
attired
in
a
white
:
new novel will enhance his already
The committee In charge it com- ful spot." Mrs. Webb sad, "from
In honor of her approaching derman. Mrs. Francis Irving. Mrs locked doors of International coni iii'd with a rosepolnt
posed of John Nemlsh, Gefca Bu- the pictures we have received from marriage, the prospective bride George Dowdell, Mrs. Francis ferences in Moscow, London, Paris established reputation and Increase
Feehan
Joins
Engineers
, :mcl mnussdlne de sole
the constantly growing number of
day, William Ellis, Louis Toth, her."
was given a surprise shower by Coughlin. Mrs. Ann Kurti, Mrs. and Washington, It Is t coherent
ini; a train. Her fingerj At U. S. Metals Plant
William Kantor, Balazs- Harcsa,
Sergeant SoblesM's detail is in Mrs. Helen Manner, Mrs. Sally Charles Dalton Jr., Mrs. Arthur revelation of the facts, written in his readers.
, veil of illusion was at/
John Szabo, Louis Szabo. Joseph Army post office. Before her as"World Enough and Time"»ta a
Taylor, Mrs. Maude Burke and perspective and completed by ex. :i beiidod headpiece and
CARTERET—Among the new- Lazar, Julius Rlesz, William Nem- signment here, she served In Japan Paul and Mrs. John Mallnowskt, Mrs. August Sebesta.
pert analysis. It Is an Informative, love story as romantic and com- ;<j
the affair being held at the latter's
..) a prayerbook adorned comers at the Carteret plant of the lsh, ZoUanSlpos, William Nagy,
pelllng as any In literature,
for three years. She has been in Chrome Avenue home.
Mr. and Mrs. Cole have own
v orchids and lilies of U. S. Metals Refining Company Is Ch'ailes Fazekas Sr., Frank Cslr,which a young man falls in loto";
service tor more than eight years.
residents
of
this
borough
for
many
Other guests included Mrs. Peter
John Feehan, son of Mr. and Mrs. rnadla, Stephen Varga Sr., Graft
with a woman he has never seen,
Sees
Higher
Enrollment
years.
Formerly
of
143
Emerson
Panek, Mrs. Theresa Slomko, Mrs
.,. Wnsfi of Manville, sls- Dorsey Feehan, 84 Carteret Ave- Medgyesi, Leslie Szabo.
d
a woman who has-been
Street, they are now residing In
Jinny
Malinowski,
Mrs.
Francis
nue,
who
Is
employed
as
coordiIn Holy Family School by his benefactor and friend, and;
in idfsjroom, as maid of
Also, Mrs. John Bahush, Mrs, Honor Mrs. FAw. Worth Kowalskl, Mrs. Anna Rivers, Mrs Trenton. Mr. Cole Is the supervisoi
takes on himself the execution Of;
••• ii nile tfreen gown of nating electrical enginfeer.
of the New Hammond Iron Wortcs
Stephen Katko, Mrs. Alexander
CARTERET^ThT Holy Family her vengeance. The background tt'$
Feehan was graduated last week Toth, Mrs. Bert Siabo Sr., Mrs. At Welcome Home Party Mary Janusnak. Mrs. Helen Wllt- plant which has been built in
dp sole designed with
kowskl, Mrs. Jennnette Alack, Mrs
Parochial School will open for the Kentucky In the first quarter of
neckline and full skirt. from the University of Kentucky, Paul daydos Sr., Mrs. John MUo,
CARTERET—A welcome home Joseph Yerkovleh, Mrs. Nicholas Bristol, Pa.
fall term on Wednesday, Septem- the last century, when the frontier
I ;i bouquet of mixed Lexington, Ky., where he received Mrs. Aaron Kovacs, Mrs.Blaslus party was given at the home of Yerovlch, Mrs. Mary Kubola, Mrs.
ber 6, Rev. M. A. Konopka an existed side by side with the behis bachelor of science degree in Blrl Sr., Mrs. Frank Varoil, Mrs.
s
Miss Mary Petruska, 26 Hermann Mary Collins, Mrs. Joseph Dyk,
nounced today.
electrical
engineering.
He
also
was
innings of a more elegant society.
Frank Koy Sr., Mrs, John K. Avenue, in honor, of Mrs. Edward
Theresa
Malinowski
were the Misses
Children of the school will atMrs. Rose Kocsls. Mrs. Charles I
ii ml Elizabeth Polon- listed as a distinguished military Balogh, Mrs. Alexander Szatfo, Mrs. Worth's homecoming. She and her Sroka, Mrs. Stella Baronowski,
end mass at 8 A. M. on the openSets Bridal Date
graduate.
Stephen Varga 8r., Mrs. Michael husband have recently arrived here
Aii. Margaret Metis of
Miss Kormany to Wed
ing day of the school.
Mrs. Joseph Pernik.
He Is a member of the American Szalka, Mrs. Joseph Traklmowitz, from California where they have
MV, cousin of t h e bride,
Father Konopka said he expectC A R T E R E T —Miss Theresa
Mrs. Helen Dudka, Mrs, J. KocMrs.
Helen
Dunch,
Mrs.
William
• . h Gepes of New York Institute of Electrical Engineering,
bten residing for the past two sis Sri, Mrs. Sophlo Little, Mrs. Malinowski, daughter of Mr. and id a considerable increase in en- Daniel />. Nagy Jr,
wm-e similar gowns in the Neumann Club, the Veterans' Lazar, Mrs. Andrew Kuhn, Mrs. years.
Anna Derzawler, Miss Rose Slom- Mrs, Konstanty Malinowski, 16 ollment, chiefly In the lower
C A R T E R E T — M r . and Mrs.
i, liKlit pink, yellow and Clifb and Phi Sigma Kappa fra^ John Lazar, Mrs. Theodor Hamer.
Mrs. Worth is the former Made- ko, Miss Mary Horvnth. Mrs. Car- Chrome Avenue, has set November grades.
Oerszon Kormany of 105 Grant
ternlty.
He
served
in
the
U.
S.
•.piTtlvely, and carried
lyn Bowler of Carteret.
mella Magner, Mrs. Francis Mag- 25 as the date of her wedding to
Avenbe announce- the engagement
Navy.
i'l'V
Guests present were Mrs. John ner, Mrs. Chester Oodleski. Mrs. Harry Rudyk. son of Mrs. Sophie
f their daughter. Helen, to Daniel
Many
Attend
Funeral
Walter
Wawrzynski
Litus,
the
Misses
Elizabeth
Fabian,
Rudyk,
809
State
Street,
Perth
George
Slomko,
Miss
Mary
Dercrto,
ir:;room hacLtha bride's
D. Nagy Jr. of 51 Pershlng Avenue, •
Pearl
Soos,
Lillian
Bunce,
Anne
Amboy.
and
the
late
Anthony
Mrs.
Margaret
Suto,
Mrs.
Lottie
icplien Blicsak df town,
Shipment of 'German autos ar- For Mrs. Justina Mattvy
son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Nagy
To Wed in the Fall
Knezo and Mary Petruska,
Dudka, Mrs. M. J. Kazmerakl. Mrs. Rudyk.
man and John pucsak, riving in drive to sell U. S. more.
Sr. The wadding will take place
Jennie Warwzynskl. Miss Mary
Her engagement was announced
CARTERET—Many friends and
CARTERET—Walter J. Wawr- September » at 3:30 P. M. at the
relatives attended the funeral of Florence Lukaszkiewicz Warzynskl, Mrs. Julia Paiva, Mrs. the other day by her mother. The zynski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hungarian Reformed Church.
Kay Magner, Mrs. M. J. Krynskl, prospective bride graduated from Wawraynskl, 23 Chrome Avenue,
Mrs. Jutina Matwy, 16 Veterans
Mrs. Julia Malinowski. Misses St. Mary's High School, Perth Am- will take a bride In the fall.
Place, held Saturday from the To Wed September 16
Joann Magner and Theresa Mali' boy. class of '48, and Is employed
Bizub Funeral Home, 54 Wheeler
His engagement to Miss Florence
C A R T E R E T — M i s s Florence nowskl, Mrs. Helen Nagy, Mrs, by F. W. Woolworth Qompany,
Avenue. Services followed in St
Lukaszklewicfc, this borough, has Mary Babies, Mrs. Anna Romag- Perth Amboy. Her fiance Is a Ann Dobenskl, daughter of Mr
Demetrius' Ukrainian Church with set September 16 as the date for
and Mrs. Anthony Dobenski, GattRev. John Hundiak officiating. In her wedding to Arthur Dl Bene- nola and Miss Margaret. Kovacs. graduate of Middlesex County mer Avenue, Jameaburg, has been
Boys'
Vocational
School.
He
Is
emterment was in Cloverleaf Memo- detto, Rahway.
announced by the prospective
ployed as dairy manager at the bride's parents.
rial Park Cemetery, Woodbrtdge
In honor of her approaching Hebrew Fraternity h
Food Fair Store, Perth Amboy.
Wawrzynski is employed at the
Honorary bearers were members marriage, the prospective bride
Perth Amboy plant of the General
of the Sisters of the-Blessed Virgl , was given a surprise shower at the Planning Active Season PLAN BUS OUTING
Cable Corporation. Miss Dobensk:
of the church. Active bearers Ukrainian Pavyion. There were
CARTERET—The Polish Ladles'
were Harry Wolansky, Harry Saw- guests from this borough, Rahway, CARTERET—An active fall sea- Social Club will hold a bus outing Is employed In South River.
ka, Michael Hrycuna,
John Do-1
Woodbrldge, C l a r k Township, son Is being planned by the Car- to Oak Ridge September 3, leaving
y ,
D
browolsky and Michael Slkora,
Perth Amboy, Linden and Nev teret Hebrew Fraternity, Robert from the Holy Family School a MAGYAR CHURCH SERVICES
Chodosh. president, announced to- 7:45 A. M. Reservations are in
There were many floral tributes. York.
CARTERET — Services at thi
day.
Whatever your printcharge of Mrs. Helen Green, Mrs Free Magyar Reformed Church on
The fraternity will hold Its first Alex Bastek, Mrs, William Mlllk Sunday, as announced by Rev
Ing needs—we can do
meeting of the season On Septem- and Mrs. Nellie Maiclnlak.
the "job" to your
Charles Daroczy, will be as lollows
ber 11, when initial plans will be
complete satisfaction.
Sunday School, 9 A. M.; English
discussed for the banquet in con- PL*N FALL DANCE
Low prices.
lflnffiiase service, 10 A. M.: Hun
nection with the 41st anniversary
CARTERET—A fall dance wil! trarlan language service, 11 A. M,
MIDDLESEX PRESS
of the organization of the fra- be held by Sacred Heart Post 619 monthly meeting of Mt-n's sicl
18 (iREEN STREET
ternity.
Catholic War Veterans, Inc., In Benefit Society, 2:30 P, M.
WOODBRIDGE, N. J.
During the summer months, five St. James' Hall September 23
• ZIPPER
• LOOSEmembers have been enrolled, Mr. Michael R. Caplk and J. J. Qocel
Nehur's backing of N. N.
NOTE
LEAF
Chodosh said.
•
|jak are co-chairmen.
Korea is called courageous.
-
I, i, v/r.-MIss Margaret'
,u .liter of Mr. and Mrs.
!ni ;;;ik, 60 I*rch Street,
,.,- iiridfl of Joseph Wass,
uid Mrs. Joseph Wass
,i,th Third Avenue1, Man-*
;i Elizabeth's Church
I- M. Saturday. Rev.
i iiuber, pastor of the
i fnrineil the double-ring
»
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another brother of the bride, Edward Bytal of Perth Amboy, I-ouls
Fisher of Manville and Louis Gepes
of New York City as ushers.
The couple will reside on Freck
Avenue, Manvllle. following a wedding trip through New England
and a visit to Niagara Falls. For
traveling, the bride wore a black
dress, yellow topper, black accessories and had a white orchid corsage.
3 Years in Japan Noiv
Holy Family Church will
In Washington State
Be Scene of Wedding
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of atdmlc airansriiicrits have lic'ii prrKiiired more dearly and
accurately In a RIIUITK I'liivrrsity laboratory than fvrr before.
I)r, Alfred B. Hcis, rtuht, spwlullst In the St I(P t'niverslty's Bureau
of Enfflnerriiig Ktsranh. and his associate, Signiund
i
trace flow nf x-rays In double x-ray spectrometer, only one of its
kind in the world.
until it is too late, Remember that cancer is curable In
Hie early stages. It can be completely removed before It reaches
out Us tentacles and Invades
an octopus other parts of the body.
By DR. SOPHIA BRUNSON
In trying to account for the Increase In cancer, some writers explain that more people live to
WHY IS CANCER OF THE reach the cancer age. There is
BREAST INCREASING?
little to this, for more young people
A doctor was stancllnK in the now have cancer than formerly.
Jmll of the hospital when he SHW However, the laiety are better inone of his former patients being formed on the subject than tiiey
wheeled from the operatlns room.
ee were, and more of them are
He immediately interviewed the
to thelf physicians for an
surgeon and was told that it was early diagnosis. This helps to swell
an advanced case of cancer which the cancer statistics. ' Still, the
necessitated the- removal
the disease is increasing In spite of the
breast and large portions
the effort of science to combat It.
contiguous tissues.
The problem of cancer Is being
"Too bad," said the surgeon. studied throughout the world, but
"Neither surgery, radium, nor the mystery has never been solved
X-ray can save her now; it's too We do know that It can be removed
late. If I could have gotten her a and cured to,the early stages by
year auo, she could have been surgery, X-ray or radium.
cured,"
Let no one suffer in silence from
"Let mp r,cc!" said the interro- fear, telling himself or herself that
doctor. "It has been about it is no use to go to a doctor when
that Ions since she left my office a suspicious sore appears.
determined not to take my advice Women must not conceal from
about that lump in her breast. 11t h e f f l m i l y p h y s i c l a n i U m ps in the
told her that it would be a simple b
t_ I t m
m a k e t h e differel1ce
operation to take it out. If it between life and death.
proved cancerous after being exniiiiucil, we would take the breast
off and cure her. She set her judgment above mine and refused."
"Maybe you didn't i n s i s t
enough," said the surgeon.
"I said all that I-coiald, but
maybe I am somewhat to blame,
hut It Is too late now for regrets. 'So Voting, So Bad."
.I'll try to scare the next one out This film tackles the theme of'
of her wits, then maybe I'll have salvaging delinquent girls, a sub-,
ject, which is worthy of deep and
more success."
Many a conscientious doctor, respectful study, but which, here,
after giving similar advice, has is death within a cheap, tearSeen the patient walk out of his jericing manner. It deals with the
office and go to a quack around transformation of a girl's reformatory fr#m- a medieval dungeon to
the corner.
a modern institution, complete
Breast cancers are increasing, wtih mental therapy, and chintz
and no one knows why, Women curtains at the windows. The arHave been warned repeatedly to rival of a psychiatrist, played by
seek medical advice as soon as they Paul Henreid, signals the change.
discover a lump or a sore about Catherine McLeod, who plays a
the body, particularly if the breast school assistant, is his helper.
is involved. Strange to say, the
majority of them conceal their
condition hoping that it will pass "Broken Arrow."
off. As a rule, it doesn't. Not every This is a cowboy-'n-InjuniS opus
lump in the breast is serious; most with a moral, beautifully photoin foil color and well
of them are enlarged milk glands graphed
acted throughout. James Stewart
which will probably never give any plays the role of Capt. Tom Jeftrouble at all. But suppose they fords, late of the Union Army, who
are not?
tries to bring peace between the
A potential cancer or a cancer white man and the Apache In!
in the early, stab«3 appears quite dians, led hy one pochise (Jeff
es harmless. By saying nothing Chandler) . A newcomer, Debra
about it to your doctor, you are Paget, is" the inevitable love interrunning the risk of a slow, linger- est—in this case an Apache maiden with whom Capt. Jeffords falls
ing death.
Don't let fear cause you to uro- in love.
How's
Your Health?
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SCREEN
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by Ralph Sfein
.
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4« oz. can 33c
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for babiai
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Lemon Juice Calif.-varloul brandl 5H6i.«h2lor23c
Sliced Pineapple
20ot can 29*
30 01. cm 33c
6 Dayc n Week, You Can Save Money /•>
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Evaporated Milk
NeSCatfe
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Fig Newtons
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only because they're priced A&P-low every day, but because theyV
cut and trimfned to give you more meat for your money. And what
tender, juicy, grand-tasting meat it is! Why not enjoy iome tonight?
12oz j a r l . 3 5
3fWi
Nabixo
2pi>fl»29o
7* 01. pit. 2 for 37«
Oxford Creme Sandwich
Cum Drops
t«n can 2 for 23c
4 oz, jar 4 7 c
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Legs o fLamb
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Chuck Roast or Steak
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Sweet Peas
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•nd vegetables. Items that are wnolesomc but not up td
A&P's exacting statulprds are removed severdl tim^t a
day, put on a "Quick-Sale" table at reduced prices
0. S. No. 1 pat "k" tiu L«i Kind
California Oranges
Cantaloupe
'
Sweet Yellow Corn
A uwwywliitc, lighi
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Prime Ribs of Beef
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Breast of Veal . • ' , • • . . , . . fe 35c
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Whol* or «ilh«r half
33c
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Stewing Lamb
V^ ib 33<
ft 65*
Fresh Hams
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flayorlul-Kon»mlc«l
Plate and Navel Beef
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Beefc Short Ribs
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•,'TEHET
FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1950
On The Job
.j iimht—S»y, fricnri. my
;t:iiip(l. Think you can
Test Tube "Policemen"
Miss America Pageant All Set;
Other Shore Activities Planned
mid out, J*»t'i-ttw- nuit, ,bii> Talltlmber—I can, but
just, notf. I can't pinch you
nitnx. but in ten minutes
vdiir engine, an' then pinch
n' here too long.
„ T. IN THE WAY
, ,,,sal
military
training
,, a nood chance of becom' •,«
with aty JEOUPB nw-n
be-
iic a«ea ,of eighteen and
,m> requked to give a year
, ,,T to the coiin'try.
f
:|
rw<l) OF tfHANKS
MATWY
,, iifsii.- to express our sinippici'lation to our rela*
rrifiiclH and neighbors for
i kind expressions of £ymi;v. mnny nets of klodness,
m inv .spiritual bouquets and
ivMiiitful floral tributes ex.;,• i m nur recent bercave• :• in th; loss of our dearly
•-,,i mother, and grand,:;.. i, Mrs. JustlnaMatwy.
v,' I'spfflnlly wish to thank
i:-v. John Hundlak. fnr his
., -A mils of comfort; Profcs' i:i(lviTiir Sostaftko and the
. , i : and members of the
i.ihiuiil of the Blessed Virgin
.iv of the S.t. Demetrius
iinian Church; the mfimnf Hie Carteret First Aid
•in!, the girls of the Weaving
,;MIT1 Depfc. of Mprey La-Rue
uf Umjen. Hk i', those who
liitcrl cars; the honorary
mis who were members of
r :'ist('rhood<Of the Blessed
: in Mary; the active bear, ilie Carteret Police Dept.,
MI iiu funeral director, E. N.
ill), lor satisfactory services
The (ami!* ft the late
Mrs. Juftfoa Matwy
PAOK
TRENTON With beauty bust-1 The Dahlia Society of New Jerln' out all over Atlantic City In \SPy i n r o n ) u n c tlon with the Recpreparation for the Miss America
Pageant, New Jersey's seashore re- reation Department of the Essex
sorts will mark the Labor Day Park Commission will sponsor a
weekend with a variety of enter- Dahlia Show. September 9-10 In
tainment for visitors, according to Newark. Another flower show U
the State Promotion Section of also to be sponsored by the sothe New Jersry Department of ciety. September 10-11 at Branch
Conservation and Economic De- Brook Park. In Newark. Irvinston
plans to stage Its annual flower
velopment.
State officials pointed out that ahow September 16-17.
The New Jersey Archery AssoSeptember Is a good month for
ocean bathing, the temperature ciation will hold two archery tour*
of the water averaging the same namenU at Branch Brook Park In
an In August and being warmer Newark. September 17, both are
evening events
than during July.
Starting off the fall football
Fireworks, contests, games and
country fairs are on the Labor schedule are Stale Teachers' ColDay amusement menu at both lege vs. King's College, to be played nt Trenton, and Princeton vs.
.ihore and Inland resorts.
Although the "Miss America Williams at Palmer fttadlum,
Pageant" with talented beauties Princeton, on September 30.
irom nil over the United States
The varied schedule of fall
:IK1 Canada competing, does not events planned for Labor Day'and j
tart until Labor Day. September the rest of September affords a
;. most of the contestants will be variety of attractions tar New
un hand for ihe holiday week-end. Jersey's visitors and vacationers.
The final crowning of Miss Ameri- Information concerning other fall \
ca takes place on September 9. events Is contained In the 1950
Other attractions scheduled In edition of the New Jersey Date
Statf Chemist Stary B.,Randle of the Agricultural Experiment
Atlantic City are a Swim Pageant, Book which may be obtained by |
Station, Riitms University, is a scientist who also serves as
"policeman," maklnj certain that New Jersey's farmers get their
September 6. and a Clam Opening writing the State Promotion Secmoney's worth when they buy feed, fertilizer, lime and Insectilontest September 17.
tion, Division of Planning and
cides. Here In his laboratory at the State University he analyzes
Not to be outdone by its south- Commerce, Nev? Jersey Departsamples brought in by his inspectors.
ern neighbor, Anbury Park, will ment of Conservation and Econostage the "Mrs. America" Beauty mic Development. 602 E. State
Pageant finals on Sunday, Sep- Street. Trenton 7, New Jersey.
Naturally
tember 10, with the nation's comeAn award for aggressiveness
lest housewives participating.
and ingenuity In the mercantile
Supplementing these shore ac- COVERS TERRITORY
field goes to the individual who
tivities
are a number of regettas Earl Hughes does not claim to be
launched the bold'style in men's
the world's fattest man—he weighs
to be held in resorts farther
plaid
caps
and
hats.
Naturally
It Doesn't
800 pounds—he claims to be the
The
Ocean
City
Yafcht
Club
is
an award for courage automatiDomestic servants are'becomonly man who lives In two counsponsoring
a
Speedboat
Regatta
cally goes to the wearer.—Chrising taller, we read. But this does tian Science Monitor.
on Labor Day and a Gold Cup ties at the same time. His father's
Speedboat Regatta, September 8 fnrro, on the boundary of two
not necessarily mean that they
and 9, while a Sailboat Regatta Illlnlos counties—the county line
stay longer.— T h e Humorist
There Are Others
will take place In Cape May Har- running right through the Hughes'
London.
The piano, it Is announced, is bor, Cape May, N. J. on Septem- living room. Hughes who is 24.
has chest measure of of 106 inches,
now fighting for its life in the ber i1.
American home. And one we
Of interest to Fishermen is the his waist-line measures 8 feet ten
heafd the other night waa tak- Lows Beach Centennial Pishing Inches and his legs at the knees
ing a terrible beating—New York Contest which will take place at measure 33 Inches.
Evening Post.
Harvey Cedars, September 9-10.
Harvej Cedars Is located on a
Recount Requested
long sandbar that can be reached
What Is Necessary
Openly ^skeptical of the Census
from Manahowkin.
Bureau's'estimate, Sioux City
A sound economy is up to the
Merchantsville's C o m m u n ity Iowa, talks of making its own
constituents. The politicians soon
will fall In line If the people le Day, September 4. will feature a population count. An ignored
them know that further debt is baby parade, pet show, athletic Iowan is someone to reckon with,
an inflationary threat to all o games, and other attractions to though, of course, nothing like
be held on the High School Ath- an overlooked Texan.—Richmond
us.—Minneapolis Star.
letic field.
Times-Dispatch.
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Paragraphs
JERSEY.SCRAPBOOK^JOEMASICK
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McCOPMICK
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HISTORY TWO ft APS AGO.
March of Science
A new Hungarian peach tastes
like an almond, and if it supersedes the ordinary kind, then we
suppose some horticulturist will
have to develop an almond that
tastes like a peach.—Toronto
Star.
Cart WheM Sdad
In stlectinR hair shin
meirtwr that TOO tte«Nri
eyes n» wril as on the
Columbia '8 C > Record.
Co»t)y Rain Mafch*
Everything ensts mow
days. You huve to have jo
washed to makt It rain
whereas In the old days jou I
bring up « shower m«rrly 1
tine » shine -Kansas
OPENIN*
Sat, Aug. 21
Vegetable ulad molded to | 4 tcutl carroU
curt wheel sh»p« in your round
Wafewrew
Mayonnaise or salad dresslnf
layer cake pan. and "»p«ked"
Dissolve the gelatin In the bollwith carrot strip*, msket »n
Inf water. When cold and thickea*y-to-prepart and drMitatlo
ened fold In the shredded caltbate and chopped (Ren pepper;
dish to »erve the family, to take
season to taste with salt. Four
ax your contribution to plonlcm,
Into IUI 8-lnch round layer cake
pot luck or covered dish »lfir»,
pan and chin until firm, Peel and
to malfe In honor of this year's
cook the carroU, and when cold,
fine crop of healthful refeUMet.
cut them Into thin l*nfth*be
Be sure to lei everyone see It
strips. Unmold the felatin on a
whole. Serve It In pie-shape
round chop plate and arrange
wedges with plenty of smooth
the carrot strips on it to resemm«yonnabe or salad dresslnr.
ble the spiikes of a wheel, with
C m Wheel Salad
a round slice of carrot In the
1 pkf. lemon leUttln dessert
center to simulate (he hub. Gar1 Vi cups boiling water
nish the plate with watercress
1 Vi cups shredded raw cabbMe
and serve each portion with may1!4 cups chopped irten pepper
onnaise or salad dressinf.
Salt
SNAKE TALE
MAGNOLIA, Md—Stooping to
pick UP an automobile seat which
had fallen over in his garage, Robert P. Fletcher noticed a fivefoot king snake behind It. The big
snake coughed up a 4Vi foot blacksnake when Mr. Fletcher killed it
with a piece of pipe Further investigation revealed that the blacksnake, in turn, had a half-crown
rat in its stomnch, which it had
swallowed before being swallowed
by the king snake.
Some Are I-carninit
The new generation knows
nothing of chain-letters. It never
sent a request for a three-day
leave, via military channels, to
Headquarters.—Tacoma Ledger.
SOVIET GENERAL
As the United Nations makes its
plans foi military action In Korea,
a Russian general sits on the military staff. ThU puts him In a spot
to get military Information and
relay it to the North Korean Army.
Ills Guide
Holar—I wish I Knew how to
make some money on the stock
market.
Skinker — That's easy. Just
watch what I do—and then do Jm
the opposite.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, I860
PAOE SIX
Louise Oiristic
Piekarski's Bride
Margaret Danes
Is (Jwrch Bride
MVV
Brief Items
of the Week
in tarteret
Keep Cool With Coffee - Iced, of Course!
Todays Pattern
Sweetness
(Continued from p;u,,, T
think the big politician.
Jump Into the fray. a || u,(.
sam..
fcll^Ate
tc^Knr tn '•
because they are u, r , '.
... C / K T F K I T T MTsV
Dick Haynss Is planning to took place here at 4 P. M. Saturwould walk the plank n,..,
Jfihristle. daughter of Mrs, Verona
Communist domination
K. Christie, 25 Wnt.ion Road. Fun- make a Jnome Kern record al- day In the Free Magyar Reformed
ttiirl Harry fi. Christie, Kin? bum, but. before he does, he'll ask Church when MIBS Margaret Danes,
The choir of St. Demetrius'
By their silence th(>y .„•,.
,, Fanwood. became the bride the late composer's widow to se-37 St. Ann Street, became the
bride of Henry B. Wurfel, 542 Ukrainian Church Is busy with reaid and comfort to thp mi]l V
W Henry H. Pirkarski, son of Mrs. lect the tunes he'll «lng.
honrsBls
for
the
concert
to
be
given
of General Dean and t,, „„ "
Miller Avenue, Trenton. Rev. AlexMarie Oerkr PlrknVski. 294 South
The film" version of the biofjraat thp Ukrainian Day fete In the
ters Rgalnst fre<* Amerio,
Awnue. Fanwood. and formnly of phy of Enrico Caruso will be aander Daroczy. pastor of the
•
* • •
tills borntmh, r.t 5:30 P. M. Satur- rather sugar-coated affair, we church, performed the double-ring Ukrainian Pavilion, Sunday, September 3.
ceremony,
'It's easy t o talk a Rrihl .., ,
day.
hear. He wll be shown on the
munism In general tprrm
Tho ceremony wns performed at screen with one women only, his
The bride and her parents have
The fiancee of John E, Kennedy.
around t h e parlor. It's s ,li n ,.
the bride's Imme by the: Rev.
wife, with Janet Leigh playing (he long been actlvt In the various Washington Avenue, -was given a
Faust, pnitor of the Creselse to g e t u p o n the iivj,.
role, Instead of the four ladles organizations of the church.
party at her home and many from
, Mfet Avenue Prrshyterinn Church.
I anH peck a w a y nt it( | a v ,,
Given
In
marriage
by
her
father.
originally planned for him. These
here attended. She Is Miss Roberta
,,Xf5lr,flelrl.
day o u t - a n d a t a|) costs i
were to have been Ava Gardner, the bride wa» attired In a white Jane Swords of Rarltan Township.
* -S. Olven in min rlfiKc by her father,
what we. a l l must do i,,
gown
fashioned
with
a
Chantllly
Kathryn Grayson and Teressa
!
Ih* bride WIJT a white organdy
America free—all of us W T i
To mark the first birthday an,'elll Mario Lanza is playing the lac* bodice, a Mandarin collar and
bnllerlmt-lciRth, and a finpossible exception of ' ti,.,."
a full satin skirt extending In nniversary of their daughter, Kathtitle
role.
gertip veil nf Illusion attached to
whom America is not lm|,, •
train. Her fingertip-length veil of l?en, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Burns,
| small hat. She curried a cascade W,ell. a novelist has turned ac- Illusion was arranged from a crown
As for them, I would s l ] , , , , , . .
22 Grant Avenue, entertained at a
Of flcur d'Rinmir.
'join the pollcy-makp.rs \n M,
tress. Qladys Hurlbut. anthor of of rhlnestones and pearls and sheparty in their home. There were
The mnlcl nf honor. Miss Mnrion the best-seller. 'Next Week, East carried a white prayerbook marked many guests.
| tprnatlonal Mine. Mill , UlI ] „
£lckarskl. sister of the bridegroom Lynn.' appears In her first movie with gardenias and baby orchids.
ti;r Workers a n d get nriu.
On a typical tropical day,
to euth three-quarters of a
Was iitliiecl In a white organdy role in "The Mating Season."
W'.rA against America T!'<
Miss Mary Danes, as her sister's
Court Carteret, 48, Foresters of rood idea to cool off in the lrv
cup of freshly drawn water.
•over yellow taffeta ballerina-lentjth
least, they will be dohm ;l(1 ','maid of honor, was gowned In pink America will hold a bus trip to urcly tropical manner. That
Bob Hope Is traveling aiialn. starched sheer over taffeta while
2. Cool In a non-metallic con£own and she carried a cascade of
tlvely what they now m-,.
Rye Beach this Sunday. A specially means relaxltiK in n rrslfnl,
Tlii.-, time, he's making personal the bridesmaid, Miss Audrey Wurjtellow roses.
tainer for not more than three
passively by keeplns 0 U i ,,."
rhnrteretl bus will leave frpm the shady spot with a tall, frosty
Hanv Christie, brother of theappearances at State Fairs. He'll fel, sister of the bridegroom, wore clubrooms.
flght agalrut Communism
hours, or, If the container is
(lass of something good to drink.
•. was the bridegroom's best play Springfield, 111., August 19-20 a similar gown In blue sheer. They
tightly covered, chill in the reI'm glad I jouied up (t,..,,,.
Iced coffee, for example, is just
and
at
Indianapolis,
Ind.,
August
man
A three-day triduum in honor of about the coolest, most delicious
both wore tiara* of flowers find
long BRO. (
frigerator.
31-September
3.
In
the
meanwhile,
carried bouquets of rubrum lilies. the Feast of Assumption will start drink there Is.
>"'*-The couple will reside In Fan3. Serve in tall glasses with
upon their return from a me will be busy working in "The John Radvany of Trenton served at 7:30 o'clock tonight In St. Ellas'
Ice, adding simple syrup or sugar
Everybody enjoys iced coffee,
M o r e Lastini;
dim: trip to New England and 1/rnon Drop Kid." hU latest pic- as best man and Robert Weinman Greek Catholic Church. It will close but not everybody knows how to
and cream to taste,
ture
from
a
Damon
Runyon
story
K
K
y
I
t
'
s
s o tomantli' i,, i,
Sunday
with
an
outdoor
procession
lacla.
of Trenton ushered.
Quick Method
make it procprly, The important
man's first love.
9206
"The bride, a graduate of Scotch
The
couple
will
reside
In
TrenBarry Sullivan, who practically
2, Make coffee double strength,
Patricia—Yes, but it's s:l[r,
St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic point to remember Is that'-food
.' plains HiL'h School and thcBerke- walked away with "A Life Of Herton upon their return from a wedSIZES
by using half the amount of
Iced coffee always starts with
be his laat.
• iyBecreinriiil School. ERSt Orange, Own," does the same, we hear, ding trip to the Pocono Mountains. Daughters will hold a grape fes- good hot coffee. There are two water to the usual amount of
3-10
':! I employ'(I bv J. Herbert Steven- with "Story Of a Divorce," star- For traveling, the bride chose a. tival and dance September 3 be- delightfully easy ways to make
coffee.
ginning
at
2
P.
M.
in
Oindas
•Nt:t fth Insiinwe and Real Estate ring Bctte Davis. Now, he's sched- peach
Pnltorn 9208 (Inoliidps pnntles)
pencil and
uuu blue
ume dress,
uress, brown
oruwn aca r - i >,
,,
„ , ,. .,
2.'Four hot over ice cubes in
It:
'$•'• Company. Plulnflrld. Her husband uled for a role in "Mr.imperium," cmories and a corsage of g a l - I Prove, Upper Roostvelt Avenue.
2. i. 9. 8. 10. Sise 6 frock, 1%
tall glasses. The extra strong
Pre-Cooled Method
x ^ JtencliMl Cirlerrt pubjlc schools with Lana Turner and Enilo Plnza. denla*
coffee allows for the dilution p-ardu 36-lnrh; % yard contrast.
1. Make coffee regular strength
fnd graduated from Scotch Plains
Starts Sept. 23
Send TWENTY FIVE CENTS In
The bride attended Carteret
caused by the melting of ice ice.
—one Standard Ooffee Measure
igh School. Hi; Is employed by
Syracuse looms as the first Rut or iU equivalent, two level measJudy Haliday wasn't too com-High School and was employed by
3. Serve with simple syrup or coins for Ihls pattern to 170 Newspaper Palleni Dopt., 2J2 West
ie Fanwood Post Office.
mi. . SAT. - si \
pltmcntnry about her singing In the New Jersey Bell Telephone gers foe September 23rd, so Har- uring lablespoonfuls of coftee
sugar and cream to taste.
IRlh St.. NPW York 11, N. Y. print
"Born Yesterday." She declared, Company, Woodbridge. Her hus-man is anxious to start scrimmage
AUO.^-,26 - !7
plainly
8IZE,
NAME,
ADDRESS,
Middlesex County, New .forKOTICK
band, a graduate of Trenton High action as soon as possible. Con- ti'ret,
RECUPERATING
"1 sound like an old crow."
icy, If tlio blddfr rerplvlnjc the
Take notice that QEOliOE MISKO. STYLE NUMBER.
ditioning
drills
will
occupy
most
of
School, Is a veteran of the U. S.
CARTEIIEI' Alois Amzler, son
iwaril tails to n\Kn a contract nnrt .III. and ANNA, M'WKO Intcml tn ap- , Choose your season's wnHrnhe
Although Van Hr.flin made his Army. He Is associated with his the first week's training.
furnish n Mfiliufnctory performance ply to the BornuRh ('nunr.il of the.from our Inlpst Marian Bhrtln
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Amzler,
'lonil
full amount of s'ulrt contract PorcuRli of Carteret for a transfer
A hardy core of veterans, like withinInten
jfred erick Street, is recuperating at mark on the stage as a oomedlan, father In business,
ilavs after the awnnllnK of Pleniiry Itetall Conaumptlon li- J'adcrn Hook. Si'nd Twenty Outs
The Most Amazlne st•...
he
hasn't
had
a
comedy
since
he
Root,
Is
expected
to
aid
In
the
line
if
tlie
contract by the Doi-nugh cense heretofore lmued lo Samuel tor your copy tnrtity. Smart pOByfill hhome after undergoing an ap"ouncll,
,
appeared
in
"Johnny
Eager."
The
construction.
Other
forward
wall
r-ew
Blylos
fur
evi-iyono.
A
Free
Lehman for premises RltuateA al
i•en ideclomy ut the Elizabeth Oenbidder may withdraw lite l>ld SI Hudson Street, to premises to be ,'iitlprn is printed In th
same (roes for Dick Wldmark, who
veterans include Burt Arnold, a I'mNn
WBl Hospital, Elizabeth.
- H period of thirty flnvw Aftef tlie located at 139 Randolph Street, Carwas quite a comic before he betackle from Linden; Stan Michael- •4ctii.il date of the opening thereof. teret, N. .1.
Actlon P»cked - Thrill Janimn
son of Highland Park and Walt
Tim Borons'' Council of the l!orame typed as a killer after doing
. &
&OLLAK
Objections, If nny, should be made ARMED FORCES
•IUK'I «f rarti'i'ft. Middlesex County,
Fisher of Philadelphia, a pair at New
When
the
fighting
began
In
KoImmediately
In
writlnR
to:
Franre«
•• The pre-war flnllar, according to 'Kiss of Death."
Jersey, reserves the rlKht in
husky tackles; John Schuck of "eject any or alt bids ami tn WAIVC Tappen, Acting Borough Clerk, rea the United States had 1.450,. Statisticians, h.irl u purchasing
Cllfton Webb, better known to
Inroi-rr.iiiii.ie.t In submitted proposals. Oarteret, N, .1.
Valley
Stream,
N.
Y.,
Roman
Rut000 men In uniform. Under pres' flower of sixty cents but may drop
(Sinned)
I>ATB1>: AiiKiist 17, 19B0
muny people as Mr. Belvidere, is
NEW BRUNSWICK — Coach kowskl of Cleveland, and Pete
(JHOltCSK MIHKO, Jll. and3nt plans the Army, Navy and Air
to fifty-five cents under the lrnPIIAXCB-1 TAPPKN.
•urrently portraying an angel and
ANNA MISKO
Actiiif? Borough Clerk
Force s « k a combined strength ol
JttCt of pri-sfiit cost-of-llvlng in- a cowboy. Afraid of becoming Harvey Harman calls his Rutgers Vlnet of Rockfoid, 111., guards.
EXTRA SAT. * SUN M \ |
(". P. S-18, 25
University gridiron candidates to2,311,000 by the end of 1950.
In spite of the fact that he will '. I'. »-2."i
"typed" by his Mr, Belvtdere roles, gether Sunday to open pre-season be working with the smallest squad
3-COLOR CARTOONS-!
NOTICE
Webb appeared In "Cheaper By the training sessions at Sea Girt. The in number that he has had in
XOTICE
*•.
LEGAL NOTICES
Alwrys
Take notice that William Sitar of
Dozen" and Is now busy in "ForScarlet will set up camp at itsyears, Harman looks to the fine Take Notice- that Application him
No
wonder
the average Amer150
Washington
Avenue,
tins
applied
lieen
mflde
to
the
Mayor
and
Council
*
(IFPM'IO III' TNI', KHCIIIM-'
Heaven's Sake" lr. which he plays annual outpost In the New Jersey crop of sophomores to get things of the HorouKh of Oarleret, New to the Borough Council or the Borican must use his head. He is al«•
Mlihl|i-o\
(
H i . V .1.
Jersey,
t"
trnnBfex
to
NO|:MA,X
S.
oiicb
of
Oiirtfret
for
a
permit
to
an
angel
who
comes
down
to
earth
«•
S I I C I I I I ' I "s N U . K
National Quard encampment.
rolling. Most of the youngsters will KOSSNKR, t/ii Uossner's Trli>mlly erect n Cmiiollne Filling Station on ways up to his neck in something.
Lo aid a theatrical couple n hav».
M r i ; i i | i i i i <<H H T ill''
Although he plans to use a modi- fit Into the line where they are Tavern, the Plenary Hetiill Con- a p-lot known UH #J In Hlm-k #4»-0 —Miami Herald.
.
M : U ,n:itsi:>
ing a child. Later, h» takes the
sumption License Number C-13, la- on Koosevelt Avenue. Carteret. f»ew
r i i . t M ' K K i mvi.miiM r-iH;rJ-<»
fled two platoon system this fall, needed most.
iiied to Mfchael Cherveniik andj .lersey.
'J}Nliioi:\\'ii(ii> M' >i:'r(;A<;!•: n T I T I . K [orm of a cowboy.
Anna <"hprvena"k. for premlseH lo
Harman
is
taking
a
slender
squad
Public Hearing on t!ie aforesaid
„
C o . . ;, , n r : > i > r : i i l M n
i.f NIMV
JiTccy,
cateil
at #IS Warren Street, Car- application will lie held on ThursPIlllnlllT.
;m.I L K S T K l ;
A. I'Kltl'Il;NOW THRU SATURDAY
Sitting Bull, who has been a of 41 players to Sea Girt. The DOG LEADS CHILD
teret, New .lersey.
day,
September 7, 1950, at »:f*ft P. M.
K N
iui.i
l!Kl:K M N N H
M. I'lOhKl;- 1
Queensmen will gather here SunIn
the
Council
Cham-bet's,
Horougli
character
for
a
number
of
pictures,
TO
DEATH
Objections,
If
any,
should
be
miiflo
KN,
l l i ' l ' c l i i l : i l i l . i . l - ' l . I-'.I. f u r I h i n u l l '
Gregory Peck
mmodlately with FRANCES TAP- Hall, Cookf. Avenue, Curteret. New
Y
P l o t I i;;»: ,<.<l
pr< ini
lilted
Ailwil lnow have an entire fljm de- day before making the trek to
DURANOO, Colo.—Gerry Sim- PEN.
Ai'tlnK ItoniUKli Clerk of !heJersey, at which time all Intei-enled
"THE GUNFIGHTEK"
FORDS, N. J. — P. A. 4-0348
Utl!
!l, IUMI
voted to his life. D. D. Beauchamp, camp some forty miles away. Full i
half year old Borough of 1'ititei'ft.. New .lersey, pi rsons will be |ipnr*l,
Hy r i n
r tin'
lim
. -Ji-itoil W r l l .
I)ATKI>. AiiKu»t 17, l»ftl).
wnose father was a friend of thescale workouts will begin Monday
NUIlMAN ti. lilttSNKIl
vi'li'il,
I
W i l l
O
n i l ' i l M i ' i ' l r i l .Illil i l i
dog down
TllliRS., Fill.. SAT.
KISANCKS TAPPl'JN,
388 Rn«t Avenue,
Drborah Kerr - Rout. Walkrr
Indian chief, will write the screen with twice daily workouts the t"h7ban"kof adeeplrrigatlo'n canal!
lume
in
Perth Anilioy, New Jersey
Acting llorough Clerk
'THE
FLAME AND THK
play, which will end with Sitting basis.
C. p. S-U, a5
C. P. S-2.'.
fell into the water and was
"PLEASE BELIEVE Ml,
ARROW
Numerically the Scarlet squad drowned. The ditch runs by thel
•'ii TiinV 'anil Bull's address to Congress, when he
With Hurt Lancaster mid
IITII
l i i i y l l s l i t S a v - stood up agnlnst the whole'White will be the smallest ever to report
SUN, - MON, . Tl'l'S.
rear of the store operated by thel
Phanc
l!tt'l!liH>ll
ill t ' l O
I III
for pre-season training, but Har-child's mother, Mrs. Matt Simrase in a plea for his people.
Virginia Muyii
II
till'
SIl.TifTK
O l l l l - O 111
Sterling Hayden
man
feels
that
the
slim
squad
will
"SHEP COMES IIOMK"
Ni-w
Hninsu'ii'k,
N, i .
8-5M0
Jack Palance, Twentieth CenLoui; Calherji
l i . n l
o r i'iiivi-1
o f
liin'l,
permit some concentration work mons.
With Robert Lowery
tury's
new
discovery,
who
appears
WASHINGTON
AVENUE,
CARTERET,
N.
J.
. i u '
.i i i . I l i i ' h i ; . ; i n H i e H i i l ' on
LEGAL
NOTICES
in
"Panic
In
the
8treets,"
Is
a
n
x
i
.
individual
players.
"THE
ASPHALT
SHOW STARTS AT 7 I'. M.
l
I I ' l i r t - i . ' l . I ' l i i i n l v i>f M i i l i l h ' iSaturdaj Matinee Starts at
Leading t h e , contingent into
u i ,
Si.it
>'<•«•
.IfiMc\ :
l'KI'N<i
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ous to make the Jack Dempsey
MITH'K
TO
IIIDDIOllS
JUNGLE"
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
AUGUST 25 - 26
W
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a s l . u H Wi'
story. Jack is a former heavyweight camp will be 18 lettermen from last ScfiJeil prtiiiKHals will lie received
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SUN., MON. AND 1TKS.
John Garfleld • faicheline Prelle
by tlie llorougli Council of the Uor—PLUS
t h t l l l n l
"Mii)• ..I I ' i i r l r r e t
MciKlitH,
boxer himself and he believes he season, including AU-American (HIRII
nf Carteret, Middlesex County,
"UNDER MY SKIN"
iltUUti'il
i l l I " , i l l i r t l 111 ( l i e l i u r u t l ^ l t
could do justice by the Dempsey center candidate Leon Root of New Jersey, In connection with the
"CAGED"
Dana
Andrewt
- Gene Tirrurv
• o f
limisi'Vi-li,
.Miilillvsi'X
Cniility,
Plus "THE GOLDEN STALLION"
East Orange, and quarterback Walt construction of Conrlilrthtlon Storm
role.
With Eleanor Parker
" N . J . il:iti:il
1 ' i l i i i i a i ' v .-,ili. i : i l 7 , m i r "WHERE THE
.Sanitary Sewers' In the." HorouKh
Roy Rogers - Trigger - Dale Evans
• V«y«il
anil
in:i|ipi-il
liy Fri'ilerh-k
V.
LaPrarle of Freeport, N, Y., lead- and
"LOVE THAT BRUTE"
of C.irteret until 8:00 p. M., IJST, on
Saturday Matinee—Comic Books to the Kids—FREE
SH
, V. . l ' . i r i i T i ' l ,
N , ,1., wlijili
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SIDEWALK ENDS
September 7, 1950, In .the office of
With Paul Douglas and
En Route
i n tiii- d i r k ' s
iiti. r
itlap W.IK till',!
the
IkimUKh
Clerk,
Florough
Hall,
eleven.
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o n
t'l-liniiiry
of
Mlilill ^ i x
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
AUGUST 27 - 28
Jean
Curteri't,
N'ew
Jersey.
Specifications
Minister—uDon't
you
ever
attend
Mnl, I'M , : i . M . i | > M l , K i l l ' . N i l . : H ! l .
Seven graduate^ of last year's may lie obtained' from Joseph <!.
TUESDAY MATINEE
Jane Powell - Ann Sothern
a place of worship?
IHIMIIIMIM
i-iiriiliiunly
^nplni; l l ' i WEDNESDAY ONLY
junior varsity squad will swell the Jomo, Ilorouifh Bnithieer, ^4 WashKXTHA KIDDIK SHOW
Known n l ' ! t - l K i m l i ' i l •>» ' N o . 3 1
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GOES
TO
RIO"
Youth—Yes, sir, and I'm on my ranks along with 16 products of Inittnn Avenue, (Carteret, New Jersey.
S i n i - i ,
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"CONSPIRATORS"
Also, "RETURN OF THE FRONTIERSMAN"
3—Color O«rtoon»— 3
I'iich
sealed
proposal
must
be
tiet
The .ipi i m . i t i - i i i i i o i i i i t o i ' t i n way to her house now.
the 1949 freshmen team. The soph- cunipniileil by a eertlfted chuck or
With Gordon MacRae >
With Elizabeth Taybr and
lie
sitiMttixl
l i y Kiil<!
IS—BEg Toy* to Wlnners- 1.1
omores are expected to provide Hid Bond payable, to the Horouffh
Monday—American Bebuty Dinnerware to the I-a dies
< 101 t i l i t
T l i o n w i m l
Robert Taylor
the material for rebuilding the of Carteret, Middlesex County, New
Tiiirn -I'"uur
Holliirs
Nine
lliiinl
"THUNDER IN THE
WED. THRU SAT
Jersey,
In
an
amount
not
loss
tluin
COMING SOON~WATCiriKOR THEM
t'tliiT
with
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M8.3S4.uili.
Scarlet line, which w»B depleted 1(1^ of each'hid, which amount shall
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PINES"
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O'Brien - Joanne Dm
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forfeited
tp
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Borough
of
Car
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GUNFIGHTER"—With
Gregory
Peck
by graduation.
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With Marian Martin and
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vil.'Ki's,
lii'i'i-'lllnmi'm.i
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DRIVi:
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SUNDAY THRU TUESDAY
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"THE EAGLJE AND THE HAWK"
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RoW. WAIJCEB', Jloan
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Thurs. - Fri. - S»t.
Aug. Zi • 25
Louis IJayward, Binnle Barnes
"PIRATES OF CAPRI"
Plus "THU KID FROM TEXAS"
Hxlra Friday Wcntrm KM I Mr«
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Sun. - Mon.
Auf. VI • 28
Sally Fare*!, Kwft Bmuwlle
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Phu <PORT OF NKW YORK"
noutln,^_(l|aM««r« FIIBE to <!•*
OWelat i-n A |
Tue*. - Wed. - Thuri.
Au#. J» r SO 31
Jamet Stewart, Shelley Winter*
"WINCHESTER 7?"
Plui "FOLLOW'ME QUIETLY"
•
:Edilorial:
mw
TO SILENCE THIS ONE?
Spreading Tax Exemptions
('. S NEORO TROOM
,, ,U,,Q. Negro (room In p u t m e t
have bmt erHlcllwI, without (ull.lustier, IM unfitted for combat
iluty The First World War found
them pretty much in labor bttullom Their opportunities In
Hie Second World War w«f« Improved, but not ireatly so. The
Knrcnn war, howevtr, U showing
the American Negro soldier In l
new elmrncter.
When the North Koreans
threw everything they had
iw»lnst a Nejro regiment of the
25th Tropic Ujrhtnlnf Division
the other day they expected to
find R soft spot In the American
lines. They were badly fooled.
The Neftrnes stuck to their guns
nanlnst terrific odds. One company fouuht on Ion a After It had
Ivm surrounded knd Apparently
doomed. Another unit from the
rruimpnt foueht through to enable the cutoff cortpnny to withdraw to si better position. The
obstinate .si mid of the Negroes
enabled the. other d«fens« units
to orennlzc B new defense Hue
nnd to Inflict heavy casualties on
the Reds.
Earlier in the Korean fighting
units of the regiment assaulted
and captured the town of Yechon,
in the First American offensive
on Korea. The troops turned thfc
town over to a South Korean
force and moved on to a new
front.
The Negrfr unit has distinguished itself under the worst
possible fighting conditions and.
the
has
«.«. country
" u « " " j Is
'J proud
j«w*»w of
v* It.
-». It
-V..-—
earned respect and recognition
thc hard way.—fort Worth 8larTelegram.
,..,lucd at nearly one and one- eluded are properties of the federal, state.
•($1,402,396,201)
J*»:.
in New Jersey.
,.,-, -itrr than the total value of all
uhjrct to taxation in the comlUllii,>s of Atlantic, Burlington,
, Cumberland, Gloucester, HunMnidlescx, Monmouth, Morris,
,1,111, Somerset, Sussex and War,i,ii mal and personal property
, in all of these counties aggreii i:ii,l97 or nearly 100 million
i the valuations placed upon
other schols; churches and charitable organizations; cemeteries and graveyards;
and various other classifications of ownership.
Whenever another property is exempt
from taxation it is frequently pointed out
that remaining property owners must
shoulder an additional share of the cost of
government.
The varying degrees to which New Jersey's 21 counties are affected by property
exemptions are measured by the New Jersey Taxpayers Association in its forthcoming anual publication, "Financial Statistics
Inllars..
.
,,
•
of New Jersey Municipalities." Middlesex
(l,;(.y permits various kinds of prop- County has the highest percentage of
,,;(-MI)o taxation if it meets certain exempt property of any county in the state
1](nt.s established by statute. In- —an unenviable record.
lilin
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v'
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How to Become Intelligent
and other interests.
,.s interesting to read the views of
It is a waste of time to listen to any perwhom they disagree and thus son whose only aim is to confuse your mind
ibie for them to learn something and befuddle your thinking by smart tricks
of debate. There are many (Sources of siny
m n who is unable to justify his cere thought upon most subjects and it be'.vn to himself, against the argu- hooves you to seek them out.
intelligent opponents, is in the bib
It is well to remember that most argun
:, i stage, and should not read. He ments about ,human affairs revolve around
I content himself with a bowl of conflicting definitions or inaccurate facts.
id try to eat it without wasting it Consequently, if you get into a discussion
iirt. front.
of any subject, be sure that what you mean
irsr, it is well, when listening to or by a key phrase or topic is the same thing
any discussion, to understand the that others mean. Seek, first of all. to
of those who partake in the pro- secure the facts upon which there is agreeHuman nature, being what it is, ment and approach the balance of the field
< vitable that most individuals are in- with a desire to ascertain, rather than to
rd by their monetary, social, political prove, the facts.
in Hviduals who want to become edii-
I ~/k&*'**'
Under the Capitol Dome
By j . Joseph firibklis
Defense by Assumption
r<ms to us that the responsible offl- such good shape except when actually at
if the United States, familiar with the war."
T e n d a v s later
- Secretary Johnson told
alter studying the world situation,
a Senate commltt
e e that the Army was
1 have known for the past two years
any time. This being the conclusion, t state of combat readiness since the war.
es
cnv.s inevitably that there was no exIn May, the President explained that he
[oi the policy of economy in connec- was not alarmed over the possibility of a
shooting war with Russia and, in June, he
i our. preparedness for war.
was o t e d as
Kuently, the defense of the United
f
^ " S - "Tne world is closer
now to permanent peace than at any time
5 was resting firmly upon an official, m t h e ^ fiye y 8 a r ^ „
roneous, conclusion that no great war
•wme w e call attention to these facts to
nminent.—-ix~
show, beyond doubt, the Complacency and
support of the economy program, over-confidence of the President and the
heel by Secretary of Defense Louis Secretary of Defense, let us take note that,
on with the approval of the Presi- apparently, they have awakened in time
officials gave out optimistic state- and are now vigorously trying to imple6 as to the national defense.
ment programs which will translate our
March 3rd, the Presidfnt was quoted "defense potentials" into weapons and
IVJ, that "never in the history of the munitions before we get into a war for our
States have its defenses been in national survival.
Tanks Seem' Good Anywhere
note that an officer, at the headrs of General HiacArthur, situated
kyo, reports thajt one of the casual(
11ii fighting in Korea has been the
"tank country."
have been theories, held by varithat tanks could not operate
J 11 i t terrain. Nevertheless, the
e tanks, being used by the
m to be able to negotiate muds, as well as the steep, rugged
Korea's central spine.
iii be well to recall that the Ger"i their decisive attack against
'missed a tank attack through a
i'.itm, where it was supposed they
AMA.
could not deploy in preponderant strength.
Moreover, after the French debacle, the
Germans used the same tactics, in the
same area, to stage the offensive that was
stopped by the heroic defense at Bastogne.
In brief, it might be a good idea for
military officers in general to drop their
theories as to what the enemy can do with
particular weapons and concentrate attention on the business of stopping the best
that the enemy can offer anywhere. It is
always a mistawe for stragetists to build
their defense upon a theory and the best
evidence along this line is the French idea
that the Maginot Line would contain the
German Army,
ms of Others
TRENTON — A three - State
fight Is brewlrfg over the valuable
potable waters bf the upper Delaware River because of New York
City's ultljnatum to New Jersey
and Pennsylvania to get an Integrated water project underway
before 1960 or It would seek additional diversion rights from the
U. Sj Supreme Court to secure
360,000,000 gallons of water daily
from the source.
New York City's Board of
Water Supply is all set to construct a new reservoir at Cannonsville on the Delaware River
in New York State. However, because of a U. S. Supreme Court
ruling in the efarly 30's, It is
limited to diverting only 440,000,000 gallons daily from the river.
New Yorl; City must secure a
modification of the order before
beginning actual construction.
The Interstate Commission on
the Delaware River Basin, known
as "Incodel" has been directed
by the Legislatures of New York,
Pennsylvania and New Jersey to
make the necessary studies for a
tri-Stat* water supply project. A
preliminary report recommended
construction of three reservoirs
on the upper Delaware Basin in
New York State, including the
Cannonsville project.
Water impounded in this reservoir during flood periods would be
released to flow down the Delaware River and on down to the
bay. The next reservoir would be
on the main channel of the Delaware near Berryville, This would
be a detention basin to create a
pool, from which flood flows
would be diverted into th,e third
reservoir at Godeffroy, one of
tremendous capacity. Water from
the latter reservoir would be
transported by tunnel to the centers of need. Oodeffroy would
' also have sufficient storage to
provide additional water for river
regulation.
The total yield of the project
would be approximately one billion gallons a day, roughly half
to be for water supply and the
remainder for rjver regula^on.
New York City is determined not
Hints of Medical Draft
1 l
The reluctance of medical men to leave
' ;i great need for more doctors
their
practice, even to care for men wound"mod forces, reports the American
ed in battle, is alarming enough to per1
Association, adding its opinion
suade the American Medical Association to
11111
"i the arrhefl forces should have suggest that legislation might be necessary
:
•'• medical care even if legislation to"provide the medical help that our flghtto etiiure" it.
ing men should receive.
We are inclined to believe that the mediwo riles the Mwclttion is that only
volunteered recently when , cell association is under-estimating the paft|1
"v asked 3,000 captains and lieu- triotism of the practitioners of the United
:it
•'" ionic forward to serve the fight- States." Surely, it will not be necessary for
•"" l)| the nation. Army officials say the nation to resort to a draft in order to
is an immediate need for 350 get adequate medical assistance for youngsters wounded in battle.
for by Bght states. These, In descending order of number of employes, are New York, California,
Pennsylvania, North Carolina, IlPLATFORM:—Republicans of linois, Texas,. Ohio and Michigan.
New Jersey believe1 the great is- Massachusetts comes next and
sues confronting America &ve. New Jersey follows.
wrapped up in the vest-pocket
The rate Ol growth of State
platform for 1050 adopted last governments throughout t h e
^ay. The Korean War outbreak country has continued to slacken
tends to further the contention. In 1950. The Increase in the past
The postcard platform, pre- year was 5 per cent. Prom 1948
pared by-a committee of three to 1947 the rise fas 18 per cent.
incumbent Congressmen, all of
whom are seeking reflection in
KABB1T8:—The State DepartNovember and two other Repub- ment of Health has taken steps
lican candidates for the House ol to prevent the spread of plague
Representatives, is'the shortest and tularemia in New Jersey by
ever adopted by a political party issuing regulations restricting
In New Jersey.
the Importation pf rabbits and
other rodents lii'toTSew" Jersey.
it i>eadi:
The department has jurisdic"America can be saved from
Communism and bankruptcy. tion because both diseases are
America's problems can be met transmlssable to humans. The
by her great people without loss quarantine was promulgated afof their liberties. We dedicate ter consultation with and in cooperation with the Division of
ourselves to that undertaking."
When Republican candidates Fish and Game of the State Defor1 Congress take to the air and partment of Conservation and
begin their rounds of political Economic Development.
Rodents infected with, plague
rallies and dinners within tha
next few weeks, copies of the have been found in at least fourplatform will be distributed be- teen states west of the Missisfore their arrival. The platform sippi River since 1848. Recently,
will be the topic of most Repub- it has beeh found in rabbits. No
lican political speeches, and it plague - infected rabbits have
will be placed on billboards along- been found In New Jersey to date.
Health officials, conservationists
side the pictures of candidates.
and sporjtsmen are anxious to
STATE EMPLOYES:—Payrolls ke«p the State free from the disof State Governments reached ease.
$212 million, in April this year,
There is some incidence of tuand New Jersey's monthly share laiemia among rabbits and roof this amount Is $t ,176,000, ac- dents in New Jeriey but it is not
cording to an official report of considered great, It Is hoped that
the Bureau of the Census in issuance of the new regulations
Washington.
will help preverlt the incidence
New Jersey's State Government from becoming more widespread.
was listed as having 23,000 state
The regulation with reference
employees this year compared to to the plague provides that no
22,800 last year. The number of rabbits or other, rodents may be
State employes passed the one imported into New Jersey if they
billion mark throughout the na- were "caught, stored, recrated,
tion in April, rising to 1,033,000,
iConttnued on Page 10)
as compared to 982,200 a year
earlier.
Practically one-half, 48 per
cent, of all pay rolls and 43 per
cent of all employes of the 48
State governments are accounted
to be caught again by a terrific
drouKht*nci is planning ahead to
1970,
J
'B*V what wtit htppomtMB™
the government run* oat of
goods? Whtt abogt our children
of generations to cotneT
"Let's not be gullible lulls Wt
Americans must resem our talents of self-sufficiency, our tennis
for creating things for ourselves,
our sense of thrift an dour true
love of indepedence."
For a fable, we submit, this
piece has both fact snd logic. In
fact, old Aecop would have betn
proud of Its authorship—Atlanta
Journal Constitution.
THE RIGHT TO SEGREGATE
The United States 8upreme
Court has repeatedly rules that
the states have the Tight to H|renatf thr races when equal facilities a in provided. Also It Is a
matter of common knowledie
that our best Negro cltliens In
the South prefer to have their
own churches, their own schdoto,
their own businesses and service
ond. indeed, their own dally
newspapers. Moreover, not only
In the South have these separate
Negro organizations be«n WUftlUhed to a marked detrrt*. but
they are being established and, u
a matter of fact, have teen ih
existence for a long time In other
sections of the nation.
Having said that, the Morning
News, along with t number of
other southern dallies, recognise*
the fact that within the framework of segregation In this seetlon^tht' South m u s t provide ot>~
portunlt)es for the Negro and mtend to them the respect and the
common Justice that Is d,ue all
citizens of this nation. The Ne\ FABLE OF THE TIMES
groes here, as elsewhere, art citiA little while ago the BarneCt zens with the righto of clttien*
National Bank published an Ad- as well as the privilege, and this
vertisement in the Jacksonville fact must be fully recognised by
newspapers which attracted a the whites of the South.
Rieat deal of at ten ton. It has
Meanwhile, the relationship*
ben rtpubltshed In other papers between the white and colored
AS a piece of interesting and im- races In the South can better.be
portant writing.
improved If there Is no interferWe think it a good, (den to give ence from Ill-advised and uninthe little essay circulation among formed elements In other p«*>
our own subscribers and are here tlons—Sirennfch Moraine Npwt.
reprinting it, as an editorial that
will be read and remembered.
Shouldn't
It was called "A Fable," and Is
"I never knew whtt happiness
as follows:
was until after I was married."
"In our friendly neighbor city stated a screen Idol. People
of St. Augustine great flocks of shouldn't brood over the past,—
seagulls are starving amid plenty. Atlanta Constitution.
Pishing Is still good, but the gulls
Long, Lenf Aco
don't know how to fish. For genCan you remember when, with
erations they have depended on
the shrimp fleets to toss them each new suit, the merchant
scraps from the nets. Now the tossed in a necktie, or belt, or
cap?—Fairfax Forum.
fleet has moved to Key West.
"The shrimpers had created a
Welfare State for the St. Augustine seagulls. The big birds never
bothered to learn how to fish for
Publliihed by Cur*** Tttm
themselves and they never taught
their children to fish. Instead TO U««h!n*ton Avt., Cm*tM, R. i,
Telephone Cttrtaftt I>MM
they led their little ones to the
ClmrUs K.
shrimp nets.
Editor and
#
"Now, the seagulls, the fine,
r*t«« t f ' t M J
free birds that almost symbolize <.• I Subscription
ml I UK pontage, on* *Mf. l l . » l
liberty itself, arc starving to Hlx months, J U S , ThtU m«»thf,
f>5r.
Slnnle copied by M i l , 1* Otati.
death because they gave In to Uie
In &(lv*#«»
'something - for - nothing' lure! AllIlypayable
currier dellveif, I ottta 9*r
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too, They see nothing wrong in Olltre, under tht Act of M»roh 1,
picking delectable scraps form the 1879.
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In the last two world wars the United
State*, and her allies, took a terrific beating
on the high seas juntil sufficient destroyers'
and submarine cbaaera could, be constructed to set up and maintain an adequate convoy systeni. H we^fe tti be ready
to meet similar attacaks in the future and
keep the oceanic lanes open to phips perving our allies, we must have ample faculties
for pushing,the,attack wppn eBfcbjr submarines.
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THERE re *w OLD SroRv ABOUT THE-MI "rmrWBt ttrVHttmtiY
FOR. ISO YgMS-wir/i 7WF HELVE REPLACIOS&TIMKS
In (Initial Game
AND THE HSAD THROC. IT'S AN AKIOM niAT MAKf 8
CARTKRET
Axh srl'onl stnclum field on TUPS•vcnltiH. The Curtis won the Kfltne
'vtth HiPlr hard hitting power:
m'iina rlrven liits ofT Staubnch.
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through the efforts of the U. S. department of agriculture from northern India in 1910.
TO KEEP A TOOL USECUL.PARTS MUST BC REPAIRED ANp REPLACtO,
AND PROVIDENT PEOPLE SEE TO IT THAT ALL THEIR POSSESSIONSTHCIR INSTRUMENTS OF SECURITY-GET THAT KINO OF CARE.
THROUGH JAVINOS ANp LIFE INSURANCE, AMERICANS MAkE UP Pa*.
THE WEAR AND TEAR. OF DAILY UVINS ON THEIR. FINANCES, AND KEEP j
THCSe INSTRUMENTS OF THEIR SECURITY ALWAW SOUND AND BRIGHT,
Luke Island Wins
Close Victory
CARTERET—Lake Island's No.
1 team came through with a close
victory, 1122 to 1113, over Towne
Hall lust week In the County Pistol LeHRue. Lake Island's No. 2
team lost to South River's! No. 2
club.
It's Later
Than You Think
No use worrying about
what you are going to
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School. Let us do that.
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Team to Play
VKd
CARTETiKT--III a Cub league
CARTERET
Kameplayed at tile Carteret Park, out the Farmrii.f
the Emerson Street Jtla plastered bus School Pip|,i
the Rockets. U to 1, Th« winners d»y evening.
pounded Lucas for 18 Jitts.
the box score
Lake Island No. 1
Klrchner
Fedock .
Booton
Neumann
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281
281
281
279
1122
Town* Hall *
\ Huntress
Totin
J Pedor
iWinnicki
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282
277
272
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Sputb
R. Bito
P. Blto
Szabo
Richard
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261
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250
Fropertirs of Rublfer
These unique properties make rubber extremely valuable for everyday use in countless products. It
can be as soft as the nipple on a
baby's bottle or as hard as a bowling ball. It can be airtight lor inner
tubes, or ventilated with millions of
air cells for foam cushioning. Again,
rubber can shed water in raincoats
or pick up-water in sp'onges. Rubber
balls bounce, hut rubber thock absorbers prevent bounce. Rubber resists wear In automobile tires but
wears away in pencil erasers.
Ahnoai Productloo
Americtu almond production, limited to California, and filbert (hazelnut) prnduetitn, iimited to Oregon
and Washington, have more than
doubled in the past few years. Record crops of both were reported in
1M9. In each ease, the w e s l c o a s t
output is but a small traction of the
world harvest, In which Mediterranean countriet lead. .
While Charles vi'. Cnldwrll's varslfy eleven will be meetini; a ninc!'iim<' schedule, opening with Williams here In Pnlmer Hiarthim
Hep | em her 30th, the OrniiKP and
Black liuhtwclKlits will eiiaosp six
icnms in tile Bnstfrn fnteivollPRiute 150-Pound Football League
with tin fKreshmsn plnvliu: six
':smps mid the junior vasity four
Fnirmiui also announced torlm
that Old Nassau's three sub-vat
sity squads will asain be riiroctpci
bv their 1949 coaches. Richard P
Viius:lum, head coach of hockey
will hiuidle the varsity liKhtweiithis
ihut will launch their camptlen
iii'ainsl. Columbia'nn Ortnher I4t)i
Die jn.vvees'will be drilled by Fclwani ,1. Donovan, a Holy Cioss
ulummis. and the cubs will report
lo Matt Davidson, s t a t i n s his fifth
yeai- at the fitslimanhelm.
The schedules for Princeton s
150-pound varsity, junior vaisit,
und froshman teams follow:
158 round Varsity
Oct. 14, Columbia; 21, Ptnnsvlvania at Philadelphia; 28, Cornoll
Nov. 4, U. S. Naval Academy ,it
Annapolis; 11, VUlanova; 17 Rutgers a t New Brunswick.
Junior Varsity
Oct. 13, Fort Monmouth at Fort
Monmouth, N. J.; 20, Rutgers &t
New Brunswick; Nov. 3. U. S. Military Academy at West Point; 18,
Yale at New Haven.
• FrMhraen
Oct. 13, Rutgers at New Brunswick; 31, Pordhwn; 28, Columbia;
Nov. 4, Manllus School; 11, Peun- j
sylvanla; 18. Yale at New Haven
Biggest Acorns'
Oaks of. Guadalupe Island, Mexico's westernmost possession, 180
miles southwest of San Diego, California, have the largest known
acorns, fully two inches in diameter.
Furian, of
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T. U'ZurlllR. ss
Rohiily. c
Ftziilu. lb
Sweda, 1(
Leahy. 3b
Lucas, p
Llptak, rf
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Lysek, rf
Dube, cf
Wood, c
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Alaskan Flowers
Alaska is hardly a place one would
choose to grow flowers. But scientists of the U. S. department of agriculture say flower growers in the
states v.ould be surprised to see the
wealth of blossoms in Alaska during
the short summer season.
Coban Tourists
United States tourists during
1949 spent approximitely $18,000,000 in Cuba, according to recent
estimates by the United States Department of commerce. This was
slightly higher than the $17,500,000
in travel expenditures during 1948,
and only slightly below the record
high of »1920C,000 in 1947.
M n t Forest!? School
The first school of forestry In th«
Canadian Nickel
United States, first headed by GifMore than 90 per cant of the
ford Pinihot, w»s formed on what
Is now -the Vanderbllt estate, just nickel produced in Canada is sold
to other countries.
outside of Asheville, N. C.
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Debs Defeat Mill
Girls at Railway
nc
Seasonings which ;
most meats are n,,,
Mge,. tHyme, swaut i
sll, leaf savory, ij.,
CARTERET — Thursday night. leaves, and parsley
Mie Drb Girls traveled to Rahv/ay
nnd defeated the Hitls Colored
Mend rips anil h,
Girls nt Brennon Park by the score
of 10-4. Joan Jacoby of the Debs they are noticed. It ,
pitched a Rood steady game and snry to have a l.ir:>.>
was not scored upon until the Professional rcwi ,r
sixth when darkness set in. Babs skill »nd technique. IZupko was the batting star, secur- it Is costlyj
ing four for four, and a mighty
home run by Baspullch In the first
with two on settled the issue. After
this blow the Hill Girls played a
4
fine game and the fans were well
satisfied. As each team has won a
Optometrist
game, a final game will be played
in the near future. For the Debs,
194 Washington An
Jaooby pitched and Zelnick and
Johnson caught. For the Hill Girls,
Cwteret, N. j .
Duncan and Crawford pitched,
lOppoalte Hit I,
while Robinson caught.
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Dr. S MAUSNS
K R S EXAMINED
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University football teams comprtInit on ns many different levels of
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ECONOMY CARAQE:
INI
1-51!
It, AtJOtfttf Jo\
I'rnple
n;: of the people of
n iiiii of tht equator.
t*ow«r (Sprayer
i!ih
with
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o con-1
Brickj were first mad* In Amerlpower sprayer, f ca in Virginia In about 1800.
Sty BeaM
Soybeans »re stntltlvt to low tern
peratures.
N. D. Bprlni
fn North Dakota. April w i s tht
•oldMt on record since 1907.
Ftdtral crop Insurance prognma
• r t BOW operating In 5.11
HUNftRY
HORSE. Mont.
Work p r o g r e s s on the fourth
l»r|e«t »nd ihlrd higheit concr*le
dim In the world It ii locittd In
i dt«p cinyon tn tht foothills of
thi Rocky mo*it«lni In norlhwtttn
MonUn*.
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The project 1) scheduled for
completion In 10S3 i t an otlmntcd
coit of $108,000,000. Ita firit hydroelectric fenerator Is to to on
tht Unt In the ftl] of 1932. When
computed, |ti four frineritori will
add about 300,000 kllowitti to tht
Ptclfle northweit power pool.
Dr. Paul J. Ravler, director of
the Booneville project on the
Columbia river, reports MonUnam are benefittlng -from tha Huninr Horse project even before It
Is completed.
The Montana Power company
his signed an agreement with the
Booniville Power administration.
"Under tht arrangement," h«
said, "In the summer wt trantmit surplus power now to Montana
over the lines of the Washington
Water Power Company. This enibles tht Montana Power Company to dote down Its generators
and fill Its reservoirs for use tn
the winter, when the streams
are down.
suppliestheFocds to prepare
jn Northern New Jew
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Supreme Enriched White
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Legs & Rumps Veal it>. 6 9 c Bread tt 14
It's dated for freshness! Best bread buy In town I
Serve veol for a delicious change this week-end! Economical and easily prepared!
French Fries
Peas X£*
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Succotash "~~~-Z
Blended J u i « S - —
Limas
'Acme Sav-U- Trim removes much surplus fat before weighing,
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Fresh Ground Beef
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Coffee Cake n r 29c
Angel Food Cake 29c
Coffee Cake S L . 39c
Sirloin Steak
"> 89c
Porterhouse Steak" 89c
Ib.
Devil Food Bar
39c
Cake
59c
Virginia
Let
Tongue E T > * 55c | Bacon
Orange Imce f « : : J
Creamy vanilla Icing, choeolitt dtcortttts.
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Fillet of Perch 3 K ^ S ±
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Frosted Fresh Halibut Steaks
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Breaded Fan Tail Shrimp *" !HUm 69c
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33.
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Ravioli
H-ot
Kraft Dinners
2 *£ 27c
VENICEMA
Meat Balls
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Grapes »*
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Tomato Sauce
£ 74c
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Wincrest Coffee
49c
£ 76c
LIGHTER BODIED. Vigorous flavor!
Vtcu roP
IdealCoffee
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Chocolate SyrupH t r i ; 16c
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Sundaettes ?£"*««. 2 £T 27c
Also Crushed Pineapple Sundnettes
Walnut Sundaettes "JT 27c
Glendole Club
39c
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i20c
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Fruit Cocktail 1 D " l ^ » , 21c
Del Monte Peaches1^, 27c
Del Monte Pears " T - 3 7 c
Pineapple Vi Slices ^
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Dairycrest Ice Cream £ 25
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Red Beets
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Beef S t e w ' ' M ou F o " .
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Tuna Fish ,.„ u
Lemons
SweetTototoes
Louisiana Yams
Broccoli
New Cabbage
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Graham Crackers,™, 29c
Shredded Wheat r X 17c
Sunshine Cheezit ? S . 18c
Vienna FingersSUN5T«. *,. 24c
Club Crackers K T « PlB 23c
Lipton Tea S:32c X1 63c
Lipton Tea Bags
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Asco Tomatoes
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String Beans
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Chef Boy-ar-dee
Spaghetti
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Minced Clams
' ^ 25c
Battle Creek
Bran & Fig
Cereal X 23c
HtalihfuU DtUdcmt
Ideal Ball
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Wood Carver's
Mistake Names
Land 'America'
NEW YORK-If you ever won-;
dtrtd how this land of'ours got tfcfci
name America—It was a
^
The only known copy of a world !
globular map printed In 1507, Mm i;
first tit show the Western
phere and to deslgnitt It "Amtri-;
c i " was put on sale recently.
The map was lsfued In April,*?
1507, just IS y e a n after Columtwi'*
made Mi dlicovery. It was m i d * •
by Martin Watd*«emuller. •
i
man cartographer. It was Wtkt«|!
se«muller who made th* mlit*Jnj|j
and nimed this land America.
Many contribute tht mlattka.
his absorbing Interest tn An>«rlf«'i
Vespucci. Later, so the
f
Waldieemultcr rnsllted Ve
did not discover the new contln
and In 1518 ht dropped tht mil
It w u too late, however, for '
public refused to give up tht
which he had coined.
"In return, the Montana Power
Company supplies power the year
round to all rural electrification
administration unit* In its territory at our rates, So, the REA Is
getting the benefits from Hungry
Horie power before the dam la
finished.
"The Montana Power company
also agrees to put in rate reductions In 1932 as soon as It begins
to get Hungry Horse power."
Despite the intergratlon of government and private systems in
the northwest power pool, the region reportedly still boosts hardy
champions of the theory that private Industry should control the
distribution nnd thus have a strong
hold on the generation of powec
from government projects.
Map Cat From Wo«d
The global map was cut from I
single wood block, and m c a t u r n
9U by IS inches. It wns detlgMd
in twelve connected globular t t f menlj. presumably to be cut out,
mounted on heavier piper 'and
shaped .Into globe form.
•
However, you wouldn't recognliav
America
from
Wtldseemulltr'l
map. It'i shaped something Uk« *
boomerang and Is about a filth of
!
the size of Europe.
The map 1* assumed to h a v i
been printed In St. Die in Lorraine,
but there la a possibility that It
wns produced In Strassburf,, •
famous center for wood cutting and
printing. .
The map was the remaining Ittm
and prize piece of what w i s until
recently the world's largest i n d
most famous private collection of
early maps. In the last year U M
collection was acquired by H i m
Kraut, dealer In rtre map* Ind
books In New York.
' :
Amirlcan Youth In Czioh
Prison Given Niw Sinttnoi
HILLSIDE, N. J.~The family
of John Hvasta, 23, an American
citizen, sentenced in 1948 to
three years In prison on B
charge of spying by the Czechoslovakia government, has announced that'youth's sentertce
has been increased another 10
years.
Hvasta's family said they
learned of the extended sentence
in a letter from Gabrlella, the
youth's Czech wife. No reason
was given.
His release had been expected
In October.
Collectors Item
The collection numbered 14.D0O
items and was owned In fts enUrety at* one time by Franz Rltter
von Hauslab of Vienna, who upon
his retirement froiQ military lift
as an Austrian field marshal-lieutenant and director of artillery, de*
voted himself to scholarly researches and to the forming ol hit
collection.
After his death von Hauslab's
maps, manuscripts and other collected material were purchased by
the
first
Liechtenstein
owner,
Prince Johann II, whose family has
owned It ever since.
Bandit Apolofizts Before
ProoMdinc With Robbory
HOLLYWOOD - "I really must
apologize", the robber said and
Ituffed a gag into the lady's
mouth.
Sounds like fiction, but that was
Jit account given by Virginia Van
Jpp,
Scenarist who wrote and
>rodueed "Cover Girl", and other
'Urns, of the recent robbery of her
lotel suite.
Mrs. Van Upp told officers her
lormer husband, Ralph N. Nelson,
free lance writer, answered a
rap on her hotel suite door. He
was confronted by a well-dressed
man brandishing a revolver, who
said:
"You won't be hurt. Just don't
xy out. I want only your money."
The man then apologized and
tied and gagged Nelson and Miss
Van Upp. HB ^ook a diamond
ring and »28 In m h .
The bandit then left, promising
to' send someone to release them.
Later the desk clerk reported a
call Informing him there had been
a little trouble in the suite and
luggesting he send a bellbuy.
d»un / J C
/Var/ona/lr Famawf
Lemon Juice
Stuffed Olives £ 1 .
Mixed Pickles
^ 21c
Facial Tissues
-*9c
Fly Swatters
Charge Dog Candy
9c
Princess Colored Margarine
21c
do»n 0 3 C
Hungry Horse Dam
Generators to Start
, Reported"
'
Barkloy Admirer Comes Up
With Another Famous Story
WASHINGTON - Vice-president
Barkley has become widely known
for his stories, Now a new one
comes to light.
Lewis L. Strauss, former member of the atomic energy commission, fold an audience recently he
did not intend to talk too long.
And that reminded him of a
story that Barkley tells on himself. It seems that Barkley was
In the midst of an oration when a
member of the audience told him:
'If your watch has stopped,
there's a calendar on the wall."
Nation's Children to Havj
Rial Atomic Toys This Year
OAK RIDGE, Tenn. The
children of the nation will have
real atomic toys this Christmas.
Th« atomic energy commission
has announced the shipping of radioactive Isotopes to a toy manufacturer.
• The ray-emitting Isotope It xlnc
OS, described by scientists as a
"harmless" Isotope, or element,
which
will
keep
radioactively
charged for more thin tight
months.
The manufacturer proposes to
rnaki toys in which kiddies can
watch •tomic disintegration. The
xinc If made r»d|DacUvt In the
atomic furnaces »t O|k Hldge.
Fifteen Years In Man's
•
Lite Lost by June's Order
SEATTLE—Fifteen years in f*.
man's life have been officially lost
—by judicial order.
A'.le:; Paul Hull, 00, absconded
with $8,500 in bank; funds from the
Tower Savings Bank In 1935. He
had been executive vice-president.
Last November he returned, repaid
the money, pleaded guilty to grand
larceny, and was sentenced to six
months In Jail without revealing *
where he had been during the p u t
15 years.
\
The convicted man, anxious to
keep his 15-year's absence a secret,
laid; "I .have established a business. I expect I have 10 years of
productivity left in my lifetime. If.
I tell where I've been, I'll be
fulned."
For that reason Superior Judge
Chester A. Batchelor signed \ an
order that the usually public records of the parole officer, to whom
Hull must report periodically, will
be kept secret.
,
CtUbrltles Use Many Ways
To Put Themselves to Sleep
.
HOLLYWOOD-Howdo celebrltici
put themselves to sleep?
Heia'S
what they say:
Rube Goldberg puts a plUow OB
his feet.
Hugh Herbert claims watching
goldfish makes htm yawn and relax.
Olivia de Haviland eats.lettuct or
celery at.bedtime,
Joan, Bennett drinks a cup of hot
rnllk with a lump of butter in It.
Katherlne Mayo drinks a cup of
hot milk with a hall teaspoon of p«pper [n it.
Norman Rockwell Imagine* b s if
someone else.
Stuart Chase reconstructs matpi
in his mind.
Jack Bennie Imagines he's paint*
Ing a gigantic figure "3" on the slda
ol an even more gigantic barn door,
Gracie Allen counts oranges on ( A
Imaginary orange tree.
8
Businessman Balls Out 200
Do|j fo*M«mphii Children
MEMPHIS, Tkmn. - A Memphis
businessman read about a dock of
unclaimed dogs in the city pound.
He came up with an idea thai
made 200 kids in that city happy.
"I got to thinking," ht laid,
"there must be a lot ot little b o j l
Irf Memphis who would like to hav»
dogs. I'm willing to pay out ijjH,
dogs for any little boys."
• *
The
gesture
cost
Ch«mW»,;
mora than $200. It cost VI to J
a pup under 4 mouths old (L^,
tl.SO, plus a |1 Ucensa <M, Iff >~
older dogs. •
*
To an Amtftcan la Tuhyo, Japa
seems a natiou of jaywslkere. An
i n iutomobuV horn blast «t tht
JapAnese jaywiUctr usually gaU no
Jt
Apparently tht way the
Til tnajatpottng horn meana.
'
Calves' Digestive V|*«t» ''"V'
Colostrum—the first milk i ctlf 1
gives after calv-inn-doea noVpauff
looseness or icoura in calvet, ett '
tt^ry'to D M belief of some IWPWMW
In f»ct, l U i possible to change «
rUftUy ( r o | | feeding whofes Wilk
:edlng iglbsirum without «*«
FRIDAY, AUGUST 35, 1950
PAGE TEN
For Your Shopping Convenience
CLASSIFIED ADVS.
Classified
'
Appliance Repairs t
Tel: WOodbrldee 8 0<m
BEFRIOF.KAT1ON
and AUTOMATIC
WASHING MACHINES
52 Avenet Strwt, Avenel, N. J.
Authored Lauderall Service
Expert Bendlx Itepalri
Concrete
•
Oil Burners
HIGH TEST QUALITY
CONCRETE
Approved
Crushed Btont - Washed Gravel
Wanhrd Sand - Waterproofing
Upie - Brier. - Cemrnt - Plaster
^
lll:n,
There is no secret to successful j while cook vegetables In 2 cups
<>C I I
In nil Kni"','.',,
cookery. Like all other kinds of
wdter with 4 teaspoons
work, It requires a desire and in- salt. When tender remove vege*>*' Ti'n! tremi Hh , ,
tercst to tnake a good product, tables, placing thf-m in Dutch oven
plus study and practice. Try these with thp meat Measure vegetable
delicious savoury combinations of water and add enough water to
»
W»»_WTAT« v
rmeat with other foods,
make 3 cups. Thicken this to gravy RARITAN
LOT
consistency using 6 tablespoons
-T ,: _-c._ Avenue Srin ' 'i;
Individual Meat Balls
flour and 9 tablespoons cold water.
bi'ldfe Av#iiue, 60' x \ f,'•"'),'? ^
*i cups soft bread crumbs
Add gravy to meat" mixture. Turn
THREE NEW8rA»EKS
M O f c / n p l i V r ' t ^ ' l l J r ' t n n ' V ••'•"'
2 tablespoons melted hultor or Into 2 quart casserole. Arrant 1 Tltnn —
l&c per tint « • ' A v » p ( ( « , M f t i i i - l n . , , ' "''• l ' i ! '
6 to 8 2-lnch baking powder bis- I Tlmfi
„
_ Me p*t jln«
murWJne
>,4 tmpoph sale
1>« Dpr 1
ci^ts, each Vi inch thick on top of 1 Tlmea
._
l»c p V
Pepper
casserole. Bake in an oven 460 de- I Tlmei
l teasppoj) meat
grees for 12 to is minutes or until
(TF.ARtT CONTIUCT)
' VXJITIt . . I r l y H l . i K h , , .
J
• Musical Instruments •
Roofing and Siding
(aril«8p6on hqt w»ter
done.
ing linos- tl.rre papers l i t p«r l)n« p r o b l e m , A l ( i i , i , , , | i , ,
'•
•
Used Cars
§ V-i1 lp.
chuck tyeef ground
» !]«'» von. Writ,. |. ,, !
!MlnimMm spai-e o'iar*« d ~ 6 )!»**(
C'linnK* of capy i]lpw*d mont
nthly.
% lb. port shoulder ground
I,EARN TO I'LAY MEI'ORE YOU
15 Uttsri to * Ilre-dVe Wor(l».
l
BUY YOUR ACCORDION
3 tablfojoons minced green
Make Fruit Potholder*
Henry Jansnn & Son
"BETTER USED CABS"
filft pay n smiill enrollment frr
PCPRft
;ind Irani to play before von invest.
ASSIflEQ AOVEItTISlNO
ADVERT
S taifledpoonR milk
Tinning and Sheet Metal Work
payabln In «avanc».I. Kxc'eptldni
Kxc'eptlMn »re
»re l B , W ' ' l i ! p * I l l l n i i i n n , ,
!<i cup minced onion
COMPLETE LINK OF
HERME
AUTO
SALES
mtidu for eaUbllghett a«cotinl< OHIV
Metal
Celllnes
and
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
% teaspoon salt
lrrd^uiar
Inieirtlong
frill b*
AT REASONABLE PRICES
harc'il for at the one-time rate.
l/n teaspoon pepper
Furnace Work
405 AMBOY AVENUE
A<1« or'lBrixl four tlmsj ^nd
1 8-.oz. cart tomatq sauce
LIBERAL TRADE-INS
stopped before that tlm« wllj Of
588 Altai Street
WOODBRIDGE, N. J.
'4 cup w&ter
ijiar^ed (cr th« aetg»l ntimber ot
Eddie's Music Center
Heat oven to 375 degrees, Comlimp* Hie »<1 appeared, tharjlng «l
•'"It SAII
Woodbridge, N. J.
AND SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Wdge, 8-1020 — 8-1021
ili» rait' Mirne<1.
bine bread crumbs, melted butter,
Telephone 8-1846
K4, Hiinknakl, I'rnp.
TJip Wnoilhrldc* Publlshlrg Co.
salt and pepper and meat extract
Kootl ronrfltUin
reserve the rlirht to edit, rivfl* or
"'" Rtntr St.
P. A *
dissolved In hot, water. Mix torrjeit nil Cdpy Submitttd, (fnil "Will w a v 7--JJJ4.
gether ground beef, pork. milk,
not I'o rmpunnlbla for mor«" »han
Excavating
|ANTirr.,i
one Incorreft Inn^rtlon of fhy »dsi-een popper, onion, .salt, and pepvnrttsf-mrnt. Th* co-oi>«ratiyn of tti» «ni| perennials. K,.
pw. Divide meat mixture into 4
nUvcrtlsers will be apPfeciAtfld.
Itijutft 51. Ifenlo IMvk
square portions. Put one portion
ally
o|jpo*ltf
Mini,
I.A!ISiriRI> ADS ACCEPTED TO l l n u n e . Phuiif .M*tucli
on
waxed
paper
and
flutter
Into
Gorechi & Gorechi
Bi.10 A. M. WED.VK1DAT
square VA inch th|ck. Place 14 of
. Clarkson's
EXCAVATING CO.
WOODBRIDGE 8-1710
crumb mixture on top. With help
90 Sharot Street, Carteret of waxed paper, fold meat In half
!-"«»« HBST
ESSO SERVICE
and press edges together, to seal
J-HBPHOOM rf|lll.K N
• FILL DIRT " • TOP SOU, In dressing. Lift from paper into
•l e n t l n l Sfirilim. K | i . ,,1,'
qupt
floor*.
Writ*
1,, |.
V
• MASON SAND
shallow baking riish. Make remainAmboy Avenge «nd James Street
of
I p U e i M - n . i . . , , , ,',
In I'niiiiiia. imiinii A v e n u e . |(ox 90, ; - n f n
ing
rolls
same
way.
Pour
tomato
G
r
e
e
n
s
t
r
p
n
,
W
(
i
n
,
i
i
,|. ,
• CRUSHED STONE
.fright Cotton scraps can bf IS I-' l> J, nr mill Uftliwiiy 7-,SH8(l tteWoodfcridge. N. J.
sauce diluted with xk cup water turnsd into many useful things. I » I
1 a m i i P. M. .
'< ti-M
t CINDERS
• GRADING
TSH9
Kl y | • i
around rolls. Bake in over 45 minlll'.l.l 1 W A > T I - 1 > — H h J J f i l . K
t
twn-r/i|! track.
WO-8-1514
CA-1-6812
CA-1-7G66 utes. Arrange rolls on platter; l.f&f them for appliques on lunch- e
I't^HorU'i,
ln< Iniiin'v ' ' ,
eon mats or aprons, for instance,
spoon sauce over
*2».O0. li.iniil.i
CRI,,,,!,,.],
or for patchwork quilts, or for a
Service Stations
llu
Raritun Mercantile
Corporation
Phone PE-4-0375
FRONT ANP FAVETTE STS.
PERTH
DELCO OIL BURNERS
AMBOT. N, J,
Oeis Bros.
3 YEARS TO PAY
Drug Stores
AVENEL
COAL & OIL CO.
Avenel Pharmacy
WASHING. GREASING
TIRES REPAIRED
1010 RAHWAY AVENUE
WDfiE 8-1400
AMBOY AVE. ANtf GREEN ST.
WOODBRIDGE, N. J.
o
PBESCBIFTIONS
Pet Shop
WHITMAN'S CANDIES
Holohan Brothers
CeimeHes - FUm - Greeting Cards
GARAGE
Standard Eiso Pro^octf
HAYMOW JACKSON
AND SON
/pe's Pet Shop
PETS - FOOD - SUPPLIES
IlOIISi: MRAT—FHICSII
li.
DRUGGIST
88 Atom Street
Woodbridge, N. J.
s. < ; O V T
DAIIV
i.\srKfTKi>
Electrical Work
t
ELECTRICAL
HOME REPAIRS
ELIMINATE
FIRE HAZARDS
THRU SAFE WIRING
Expert Workmanship
Economical, Efficient
No Job Too Small
8w>o|id Street
Firestone T|ret »nd Tube*
Plumbing
Sewing Center
PLUMBING SUPPLIES
AT LOWEST PR1CE8!
OPEN SUNDAY-r-ALL JJAY
WE BUY AND SELL
HIGHWAY 2f», AVENEL
WDGE. 8-1385
Call BERNIE qt
t
• Plumbing and Heating •
Funeral Directors
Charles Farr
Plumbing - Heating
Telephones;
Woodbridjc 8-0504 or 8-3026
SYNOWIECKI
Funeral Home
SHOW BOOM
454 Rahway Avenue
Woodbridge, N. J.
46 Atlantic Street
Carteret, N. J.
Telephone Carteret 8-5715
Pony Rides
Furnltare
H. DETER'S
PONY RIDE
ON THE HIGHWAY
AND SAVE!
Vacation tit liume with qutdoor
furniture (rum
At
Maple Tree
Picnic Grounds
Avejiel
Open Daily
1
to 6 P. M.
Winter Brothers
Ponies for Children's Blrthd&j
Waybidc Furniture Shop
Parties
Mchway 25
Avenel, N. J
Picnics itnd Bazaars
Open Daily 10 A. M. to 8 P. M. Please Make Your Reservations
Fhime Wuodbrtdfe g 1577
Early
Call Wo. 8-2216-M
B«t««¥A 4 - 6 P. M.
Key Shops
*;
I
ALBRECHTS^
KEY SHOP
' •
184 WASHINGTON AVE.
' CARTEllET 1-7I1J3
[f H»iul £ Power Lawn Muwiw
Sharpened * Rro»ir«d.
• Weycles~S»JeB « fl
p
for All Haiti*,
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ft
,
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i f LfH:ksui|lh
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Radio Repairs
Telephone CA-8-50S9
Al's Radio & Television
SALES and SERVlCJg
BA41O qwwhauls a
Fret E&jtimf
Prqnyit find Expert
RCA - Tunf - Sol Tube*
All Type Batkriei for l'ortablei
34 PERSHING AVENUE
CARTERET. N J.
UB"or Stores
S-18W
WoodbrulgB
liquor Store
Cor. Amboj Avenue and
155 NEW BRUNSWICK AVENUE
PEETH AMBOV
TEL. 4-341!)
Avenel
Plumbing Supply
CA. 1-5389
rhone
nftdbrldffe 8-0061 Mid 8-053?
T l t O l - l l VI, I ' I S l l
R1I1DS - < AIMCS - SI I'l'l.ll'.S
Telephony 8-0554
Tt Man$on
INSUHANCE
f. N, J.
SEWING
MACHINES
~
Thorough Instructions
for Beginners or Advanced
S T I - ; \ O U U . \ P H B U - One rapafcM- of
inilriK ill on i^enerjtI dHl(.)0 Work
•et of potjiotdcrs. These three
in ni.iiiiifnctiiriiiK p l » n t . W r i t e It
Baked Beet and Macaroni
fruit designs, strawberry, )>r;ir '••UP
" I llux I f . I ) , inriepenilnnt4Vi o?. macaroni in 1 inph
Untl apple, nr« padded and. fln- l."ii'lci, IS ffrten Street, Wixirtlirlilne
8 - 2 f } J ; K-7
pieces,
Ui\\fd with a bit of embroidery.
y4 cup fat or salad Oil
The fabric may he plain or i ; i i : i . W A N T K I i for t y H i i R and Ktn\i lb. chopped chuck or necfc pointed. A (iircctjon leaflet for
i T i l nfflfc
w o r k . A p p l y , (1 I.
THR^f) FHUIT POTHOLDICRS I'IPIIIB. Mil., =jl KKKI'X S t r o i ' t , f'jirbeef
UTt'l, N. ,1.
S-21
may be obtained by sendlne a
2 tc».;poon; salt
stamped, self-addressed envelope
2 tablespoons flour
milk will be allowed In the future
to the Needlework Department
1 It cups' mfllf
by the State (Jfflce of Milk Indus1 cup grated American cheese of this paper requrstinK leaflet
try. . . . Governor Alfred E. DrjsNo. E-588.
2 eggs
SHIRLEY GERZOFF
\\ teaspoon bottled thick m$at
sauce
TOMBSTONE KIM,S BQV
2 tablespoons pitted drlpd.
^AREVILLE, Mich. -While visbread crumbs
SUMMIT AVENUE, FORDS
iting in a cemetery with his mother
Cook the macaroni in 1% quarts end his grandmother, little WilCAU, P. A. 4-6105
of boiling water with 1 tablespoon liam George. Erikson, 3. wandered
salt until tender. Drain and rinse away from them. When they called
with'cold water. Heat 2 tablespoons him, lie scampered past a fourCarpenter
fat in a skillet, add opion and foot, 300-pound tombstone. It
Saute until go)den brown. Add toppled over on him, resting on the
beef and stir until lightly browned. lower portion of his body, crushAdd 1 teaapoon salt, the pepper ing him tu deutlt The child's
und parsley. Melt remaining short- mother said he did not touch the
Carpenter - Huildcr ening
in n saucepan. Stir in flour, stone.
then
1
cup milk. When smooth
I*t us replace that cracked and thickened,
remove from heat
ceiling with ceiling tile. Glaz- and add M: cup grated cheese, 1
ing, roofing, screens made to teaspoon salt, 1 beaten egg yolk,
order.
and me^t sauce. Mix well. To Continued from Editorial Page)
macaroni add •'< cup grated cheese or shipped "from a state in which
General Carpentry
and 1 ej!K white and 1 egg bpaten plague has been reported in the
Woodbridge 8-0479.fi
together and mixed with Vi cup last three years. The Lularemia
milk. Sprinkle with bread crumbs regulation i.s the same occept
over bottom of baking dish 8"stO". that the time limit is during the
Pour in meat fixture. Sprinkle V* last year. Persons importing rabci|p cheese on this, then pour over bits or other redents must have
sauce. Bake in an oven 375 degrees a permit from the Division of
for 35 minutes.
Pish and Game.
i
G. F. BOLTEN
Capitol Dome
LOUISA'S
LETTER,
SEWING MACHINES
REPAIRED & ELECTRIFIED
Dear Louisa:
I have been married tgn years
and
have two precious little girls
Frank Hovanec's
but I am distressad because I feel
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE that we are teaching them to be
AND NOTION CENTER
very selfish and self-centered. My
67 WASHINGTON AVE.
husband's mother lives with us and
Carteret 1-7206
both she and my husband seem to
think that the children should do
everything they wish for.
• Sheet Metal Work • andOfhave
course I want the children to
he happy but I think they should
..•;- i.-^f?nt to give as well as r*ANDREW G. CHAMRA cdv«. If we have n dessert that
one of the fiirls likes, Mother or
SHEET METAL WORK
Bill will say thalti they don't care
for theirs and see that the child.
Leaders • Gutters
Kets a double portion. If I insist
Air Ducts • Skylights
that they keep their room In order.
Mother will slip in and do moat of
Furnace Pipe
the cleaning: If thty go over their
135 JERSEY ST., CARTERET allowance, Bill will slip them what
they need. It has really reached
CA 8-0502 or 5716
the point Unit if our plans Interfere with thplrs. they take it as a
natter of equine that we will give
•
Tail
• up ours.
Beef Potple
i/ii cup minced onton
2 tablespoons bacon drippings
1 lb. chuck beef cut In small
pieces
ZVi teaspoons salt
'/s teaspoon thyme
2 sage leaves
2 bay leaves
1 Whole ojpve'
2 pared potatoes quartered
4 scraped carrots cut hi halves
6 peeled small onions
Baking powder blgcults
grown onions hi heated fat in a
Dutch oven or deep kettle. Add
beef and saute on all sides. Add 3
cups water, 2 teaspoons salt, sage,
tlnje. bay leaves, cloves, peppercorns. Covpr and simmed about lVi
hours, until meat is tender. Remove bay leaves and qlove.- Mean.
BRIDGE:—The historic upper
Delaware River ylll soon bp
spanned by its eighteenth bridge.
The Delaware River Joint Toll
Bridge Commission, whicti is in
charge of the sixteen free bridges
and one toll bridge at Easton,
Pa., has under consideration the
construction of a new toll bridge
between Trenton and Morri£vilje,
Pa. to provide a connection between the relocation of U. S.
Route 1 in Pennsylvania and the
Trenton Freeway, which is now
under construction by the State
Highway Department.
The proposed new bridge will
belpgated between the stone arch
bridge of the Pennsylvania Railroad and th'e lower Trenlon Highway Bridge.
JERSEY JIGSAW:—The purchasing value of the New Jersey
ting all they can they will no doubt food dollar, based at 100 cents in
wonder why father was such a August 1939. was only 45 cents
poor manager and couldn't save this July, State Labor CommLssloner Percy Miller. Jr. reports.
anything for his old age.
Keep on trying. See that they . . . The Appelate Division of the
Ntw Jersey Superior Court has
I feel that this is a b,»d training contribute something to the family ruled a defendant has no iibsoif
it
is
no
more
than
sweeping
the
for them »rul will cause them unhjte right to obtain copies of conWOODBRIDGE 1 M |
happlness in tbe long run hut when porch or settng the table. See thftt fgssiQna prior tq trial. . , . The
they
stay
within
their
allowances.
I portest I nm accused of being
State Racing Commission has
selfish and not liking to have my Teach them consideration for again rejected an apnlii:ation to
other
people
and
don't
give
uo
tpo
plans interfered with. The children
oonduct racing with pari-mtituel
hear this and of course use li as a many of your plans for theirs.
betting at the Trenton fairAnd
above
everything
try
to
get
stick to gttt everything they want.
grounds'. . . . Sunday delivery of
yqur
husband
to
agree
on
what
ypu
1 really feel quite helpless and do
not know lmw. to meet this situa- do even if you have to meet tyljn \rtion. If you can t;lve me any advice more than half way. In
NOW
I would appreciate it very muoh. there Is strength and you
Plenty Qf strength, patience
for
SepJ.
!|.
•
Mothei-Wls.
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
)ove to the rearing of children.
MEIERED R4TES
Answer:
Louisa.
First '4 Mite
. . . . . 15c
If you eouj(l get your husband
Hualuma
Address
your
letters
to:
Each Additional V* Mile , . 10c
(|)r«cr T|-niul
4 mother-in-law tp sit down
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CARVEY'S TAXI wo(k out a system for tlje children.
When pafpntj ate divided on the W R, SWridf • bachelor tffmr,
rearing of chUdren, the children who died ,fln May 3 specified th*t
24-Hour Service
quickly sefose It and as you say, It Half Qi HU "f »5,000 estate jhpujd
501 Limit in Citrteret
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are so blirjdpd by their devotion County i
to the Hlrls that they think they
are being- good to them but they
are in truth storing up trouble for
TIHig
them as well as. for the rest oi you.
It i* guing hard with them whan
they ijet out In th.« world and ftnd
ART ?IL# (}Qf
out tjhat other tieoRle r«a«nt them
taking the best of everything. It
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State Empolment Security Council which are long overdue. . . .
New Jersey ranks first among the
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year. . , . Duripg the past year,
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Npw Jersey compared with 18.8&2
last year. . , , Membership of the
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high figure of 1,868 . . . New Jersry's attention will be focused on
tlic value of home oyneshjp next
month when the State Association of Real Estate Boards sponsors the observance of Home
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Social-minded |nen and wqmefl
throughout the State hflve been
invited by Mercer County Freeholder Director Edward A.
Thome to assist him in the formaton of a statewide Auxiliary
and Educational Council of the
Children's Home Society of New
Jersey. . . . Nominations are open
for New Jersey's Second Annual
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September 10. . . . State Highway
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Carteret PAL Team Plays 1-1
D&dhekWtk Newark Nine
Finals
-I KRET—The Gretner Olrh
mi.D the finals of the state
, mi ;lilp Sunday afternoon by
;.,.; the Paterson Co»eds bj
..•r of 8-t. Carol Olroud, the
vfiu1 old sensation, who
. i first game In State rom,•, Then only 12 years old,
, ninrh for the Peterson las; M'.VIUK only flvn sciUtcr'rd
iMi only ft misjudged ball
collected thirteen
, •;.-. RyjrU.-l serurlne three,
i,ilr. Bab« Zupko antl Sis
: i'-f>r<' given an opportunity
in I heir first state tournaiml did commendably. The
,< win play the Arians f
in the finals, Friday night
•,'iiuton Field, Summit nt
(irelncr Girls 18)
• AB
ss
3
i-fk, c
4
R
2
0
H
3
0
2
4
2
4
2
2
O
o
o
•f
IMi I T . lb
, I r r , 3b
3
0
3
1
0
0
i
0
1
}1,,1'.T, lb
3
1
l
Zi;11kn,
1
2
4
0
rf
If
'•
cf
I,,, in ki
:
2b
( i . n r k i , 2b
,p
(ill
:
. 3 1
Paterson Co-eds (1)
AB
Ki'iizie, 2 b
... 4
... 3
ni-ks. p
... 3
.... 3
Viil". rf
.'..
.... 3
nim.skl. If
... 2
ip'dnian. c f ....
, ;hfiy. l b
3
•lintnl., c
7
i.,iri\ C
2
I,;,!:! 31)
1
liikr, :ib
l
1
0 - 1
1
1
8
13
R
0
0
H
2
26
(vajkowski Stars
As Vuhasz Girls
Blank Ramblettes
(AHTERET—The Yuhasz Girls
blanked the Ramblettes, 8 to 0, at
Columbus School field onTuesi:.<v evening as Miss Czajkowskl
riid three hits and scored twn
.star for the winners.
ID .st
Yuluui (8)
AB
R
( u l . u i i b lb
.. 4
1
cf .
. 4
2
.. 4
2
lb
.. 4
2
M . i i i i i - i . p ..
0
.. 4
hop, rf
1
3
.\i...'ii!T. 2b
0
8
>v.ic.-,. If
0
.. 3
Hil... c
0
.. 3
M.i-ucr, c ..
0
.. 0
32
Ramblettw (•)
AB
i.-r. l b
Hindu, l b
l.'IIIH'll, If
1
...1 cf
3
i'.;mi'll, C
" K . <•
H
0
:
ililllil, SS
R
2
2
4
>::•• P
0
i....
3
"'Uonnell, 2b
I-:™, 2b
!
1
2
"•v. 2b
3
^ l i t i f . rf
3
FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1050
24
Blr TnnMra
.k.man v,t>rnen need SO square
1 «i cloth lor their trousers,
PAOS
Softball Winners Fifth Year in Row
Nu-Way Cleaners Win Open]
CARTERET . I,, nnr-of the. best!
The Kame will be played tonight
Played games of the ye R1 , the Carat Railway Park.
teret PA!, tawr.H n n < i the NewC a r t m t (1)
ark PAL teum played to a 1-1
R
AB
deadlock over the weekend until
0
darkness halted the contest in the M w
ss
4
I
0
eighth Inning.
Lewer,
3
Weber, It
If
0
A victory for the Newark tenra W
U s k y , rf
,
I
o
would have meant a 4th place, po- Yavorsky, rf
\
0
sition in the New Jersey PAL base- O'Brien, c
3
0
ball league,.and a playoff portion Mandlchsk, 2b
2
0
This name, as a result of the tic, Irving 2b,
i
o
will Imv.e to he replayed.
Marocchl, lb ..:
2
0
2
0
John Nagy hurled his first game Andrella, 3b
Of the season for Oarter«t, allow- Qural, 3B
l
o
ing three hits and striking out five Tracz, cf
a
i
batters.
Nagy, p
3
0
Newark scored Its run In the
first innlnn; on a base on balls, an
•Infield out mid a well-placed bunt.
26
(I)
AB
3
2
3
3
3
3
2
l
.'... 1
2
Carteret tallied Its lone marker
Sherlacher, If
in the fifth when Dick Tracz hit
a home run over the left fielder's U U r a c c U b ....
KrosKy, 83
head.
Rosentha], cf
Bobby Mullan played a great Boland, lb
game at short, making a number Pepe, 3b
of amazing stops.
Popola. c
Carteret muffed a chance to win Miller, rf
the game In the seventh when Ma- Portson, rf
rocchl walked and Qural singled, Lutz, p
but the riext three batters Hied out,
leaving two men stranded.
C A R T E R E T—The Ku-Way j Considered by many as OMI
Cleaners.
Keeking
th«li
fifth) leading wttbtil team*
straight Carteret, softotll title In j tral Jersey, wiUi such old tin
as many years, got off on the riuht Doiuy King, Jot Franki
K
d the t h r e e
foot last Friday evening by routing Kagan
and
the FurcstCiS In a decidedly ono~ brothers In th» llnsup.
sided conflict. 9 to 0 Trip game was way Cleaners had little
part of the flrtit round playoff* In winning.
the Men's Benlor Soft bull
! Sotnowskl, whose
Sitar's Sweet
Shop Trounces
Sacred Hearts
1
The Nu-Way Cleaners, under the leadership of
D*n Donovan, having ropped th* Recreation Soft
ball Learn* title for th« fifth straight year, nre
now current favorites to win 6nt In th« play-offs.
St. Joes Score
Decisive Win
Over Cards, 3-1
QPEAKING
U ABOUT SPORTS
by Meyer
CARTERET—The appointment of Al Brechka as
high school football and baseball coach to succeed
Frank McCarthy, who resigned at the close of the
school year last season, was, in my opinion, a good
selection by the Board of Education.
Well qualified through his personal experience as
star lineman for Pennsylvania University several years
ago, Brechka should go a long way in filling the vacancy caused by McCarthy's long expected resignation,
Al has done a highly effective job with the Recreation
program in town during the past few years and his
ability to get along with boys is a well established fact.
Good luck, Al; we wish you all the success in the world.
We realize that it will take some time for you to accustom yourself to your new job, but we are sure that you
will fill the bill, as the saying goes. We'y.e also heard
that Johnny Kolibas, who has skyrocketed himself to
college football fame, will be put on as a math teacher
at the high school and one of his extra-curricular
activities will be assistant football coach.
For the fifth straight year the Nu-Way Cleaners,
headed by Dan Donovan, have turned the trick in the
Men's Senior Softball League. They copped the league
title and are now strong contenders to win the playoffs. The outstanding success of the team has been due
largely to the brilliant leadership of Dan Donovan, a
fine fellow and a true sportsman. We have known Dan
personally for many years and we have always had a
strong admiration for the warmth and consideration
with which he leads his fellow team-mates.
Life begins at 40, they say. Well, we turned 40 the
other day and we rounded out 24 years as sports writer
for the Carteret Press. We can remember distinctly the
day back in 1926 when we were a sophomore in high
school, when Miss B. V. Hermann, then supervising
principal of the school system, approached us and
asked if we were interested in writing sports for the
Press. We accepted the offer and little did we realize
that we would be pounding this typewriter for 24
years, nearly a quarter of a century. We've had our
ups and downs, but on the whole, we've enjoyed many
thrilling and pleasant experiences on this job.
CARTERET—St. Joes scored a
decisive victory over the Cardinals
V C , 3-1, at the Ovai holt stadium
Wednesday evening to advance tn
first place in the Senior League
alayoffs. Ernie Sabo antl Ernie
Brechka collaborated to limit the
Cards to five scattered hits.
The box scoio:
Cardinals A. C. ID
AB
R
Moechan, cf
3
1
0
Moskal, ss
3
0
Kolibas, 3b
2
0
Pluta, rf
3
0
Yavorsky, l b
3
0
fColojewski, c
3
0
3b
3
U
3b
0
2,
Virag, I f
3
25
St. Joes (3)
AB
iarzillo, cf
2
I'Zurilla, 2b
3
4arcinlak, rf
3
''ranks, If
3
jewandowskl, 3b
3
llik, l b
3
labo, p
2
Jrechka, p
1
le'ywrs, ss
3
Subnlck, c ...:
2
linda, rf
1
i.,..,
R
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
26
Children and babies have tait*
reference Just as adults have, and
Aerefore should not be forced to eat
verything aet before them. Giving
hildren Borne legway in the amount
md kind ol food they eat does much
o insure the health of the child and
he peace of the whole family.
Farm Woods
Your own farm woods Is the
>est, and cheapest, source o(
milding material for farm contruction.
Stained Clothing
Avoid heat! Alter you hava
ipijled. any substance' on a fabric,
do not press over it with an iron.
Meat sets a stain.
Sealed, left to rijrhlr A Vlrat, E. Kasha, J. Haten.
I). Hint, F. Sosnnwskl. J, Boa|U«l Background,
standing, left to rifht: P. V i m . H. G U d y n ,
.1. Frankowskl, n » n Donovan, manager, E. VVaiyn*ki, M. Vlrar. Mlssin* rrnm picture In 8. Wojetk.
Hill Bowl WoiiHm'H Loop FnrAatArci AI»A
To Hold Meeting Wed. |
CARTERET~-Th7cflrtertt Hill Eilll11in<ltC(I T TOW
Sacred Heart A. C. (8)
AB
R
O'Reilly, cf
4
1
Kurdyla, e
2
0
Kutney. p
4
1
Koval, 3b
3
Q
M. Caplk. rf
3
0
j Brechka, l b
3
0
Rameriez. ss
3
0
Hlnks, 2b
2
0
Fl. Cftplk, 3b
1
0
Oaydos. If
2
0
1
0
Kalusek, If
Bowl Women's Bowling League
will hold a mcrtinj! Wednesday
evenins: at 7:15 o'clock to discuss '
plans for the coming season. Irene
Minue. last year's secretary, reCARTERET — T h e Nil - Wny
quests that all women who bowled. cleaners softbnll t a w r s . leading
last year an dany newcomrus whoj f:irovrtlos to win the playoffs, ellmare interested, nltend the moetlna mated the Foresters from the
neyt Wednesday.
playoffs In the Recreation Softball
r,<<asue by defeating them. 5-2,
Wednesday evening at Lelblg'a
Field.
The box score:
Nu Way (5)
AB
R
H
Bnsillci, 3b
4
1
0
j Hanan, ss
4
0
2
King, Sb ....!
4
0
2
M. Viras. rf
2
1
1
CABTEBET—This coming MonA. Vlrag, If
4
1
I
day evening, AURUSL 28, the
CarFmnkowskl, c
3 - 1 0
teret Alumni Foittball team will
Wpjclk, lb
2
0
0
hold a reorganzation meeting nt
8. Sosnowskt, p
I
l
l
the high school grounds at 7 P. M.
Gladys, cf
2
0
0
to plan for the coming year.
It is expected that all the regiv
26
lars from last year, in addition to
Foresters (ft)
John Barbarczuk and John Pelc,
AB
R
who played with Perth Amboy dur0
Wllgus, cf
ing the past two seasons, will be
0
Benson, 3b
on hand for the initial meeting.
1
gtrnmerrqan, p .
These two players. It has been
1
V
authoritatively learned, will play Zabel, lb
0
Perkins, ss,
with Oarteret this season.
0
Philips, If
It is also expected that Prank
0
Momar, c
McCarthy, former Carteret High
0
Balewicz, 2b ....
Schopl football coach, will be
0
Culp, rf
asked to coach the Alumni gridders
0
Benson, rf
this season. McCarthy could not
0
Stelgman, rf
0
be reached for comment yesterday
on thip proposal.
23
Playoffs by Nu-Way
Alumni Gridders
To,Hold Initial
Meeting Monday
Yuhasz Girls In
Benefit Contest
CARTERET—The Yuhasz Girls
will play a benefit game for the
Polio fund next Friday night at the
Columbus School fl«ld. A rraI >l!ements are being made to bring in
one of the best teams in the Sta>te
for tjiie worthy contest. The selection could not be ascertained at.
the Urne story is written. All proceeds, will be turned over to the
local Bollo Fund.
On Tuesday night the Yuhasz
Girls beat the Hills Dodgerettes
of Hahway. One of the features
of the game was a home run blast
by K&y Stimsi.
the IMMS to four hlU of I
CARTKRET-aitar'sSweet Shop
walloped the highly flavored Sacred
Hearts A C. In the first round of
the lower bracket of the playoffs,
7-2. Sosnowski allowed but six hits
for the winners.
R
23
ing- has been a dominant
In the sensational «icr*»
theam thsi yeur. pitched
one of his greet garnet,
87
(t)
WllKUckl, 3b
PnvlosHI, If
B. Reldel. 3d
Haroski, ss ..
J. Reldel, cf
Mtdwlok, l b
Balog. c
Mynlo, jrf
,
Sonnowakl, p
AB
3
5
S
4
S
3
3
3
4
39
H
1
1
0 Bftiewto*. 2b
1 atle«m«n, rf
0
1
1
0
d
BaalUol, 3ta
0
Hajari, u
0
a
R
0
H
0
3
2
2
3
1
0
1
1
a
I
0
1
I
0
1
1
tend variety
The winners tallied a
in the. rtrst innlrm tK|t
their heavy barrage until
and sixth frames during
eight runs were scored.
F a m t e n it)
AB \
Benson, 3b
1
Wbert, c
I
JUmmerman. p
2
Kabel. lb
3
BUubaoh, ss
4 „
WilUps.lf :
\
4
ajtnlUo. cf
3 '
J13
Qumkfrais
U an entira (fold li InfesUd with
qulckirtsi,
tillaii methods of
eradication a i t simpler and more
economical than a n y chemical
method.
a
2
34
(8)
AB
M Vlrag. or
A. Vlrag, If
Pranfcowski, o
P. Vlrag, lb
Soanowsltl. p
Qladys, rf
Soore by innings:
Foresters
0 0 Q 0,0,0
Nu-Way
10 0 0 8"
p
In Senior League
Contest by 3 to 2
C A R T E R E T - T h e Ukea
ed< the Ramblers, 3-2,
Lord Nehon
lu In the Senior Baseball
Lord Kelson, the English naval
Kite. The defeat may cost the
hero, placed his blind eye to the
biers H tie for the league lead.
tel«avQi>« so that h« could npt i«t
Whitcy Bobenchlk's seventh i
the admiral's order to retreat; then
nln« single, driving home t w t i
he fought on to victory.
to tie the score and put h i | 1
ahead by one run.
Leather Upholder?
Qurai hurled a neat
/f
Saddle soap or commercial leath- the winners, scattering five
er cleaner can be used to clean over the entire nine I
leather upholstery.
t k e s A, C. (3)
AB
Tracz, cf
4
W, Terebetskl, ct, ... 3
M. Bqljenchtk
...3
Tonight the Dotty Flashes will
J. Terebetskl,
come to town to playe the Yuh
... 3
Kindzierski, ss
Girls at the Columbus School field.
... 3
Gural, p
Tlie game was originally scheduled
... 3
We have openings in the
Kaskiw, lb
for last week but was postponed.
... 2
following:
Kirnly. c
... 3
Monday Night—
W. Bobenchlk ...
... 3
Ladles' Leagues
Saturday and Sunday—
Ramblers (2)
Mixed Leagues
AB
STARDUST
Sunday Afternoan—
Lukach, ss
,..
3
Sportsmen's League
83-Ft. Open Party Boat
Cutter. 3b
'.
2
If you lire interested contact
L. Resko, 2b
3
• PORGIKS • FI.UKi;
us immediately.
O'Rourke, rf
3
• BASS
Trosko, c
3
Season starts In two weeks.
Leaves Perth Aniboy Boat
Resko, cf
2
RAHWAY
Basin 8 A. M. daily except
MarocchJ, lb
3
Monday and Friday. Special
RECREATION, CO.
Cherepon, If
charters and clubs, (.'apt,
Staubaph, if...
1603 €OACH STREET
(Jhupk Eckernon, Perth A<ftftAHWAV, N, J.
Oerew«tski, p
2
boy *-(,'488-M.
I
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ATTENTION
BOWLERS
DEEP SEA FISHING
Silk-Making Secret
The Chinese kept the secret of the
silk-making process from foreigners
for 3000 years.
West Carteret
Boys Club Routs
Cadets by 12 to 2
Malaya's Population
The population of the Federation
pf Malaya has increased 30 p«r cent
during the fast 16 years.
CAKTKRET
In a regular
Junior Li'duue same played on
Muuiluy uveninK, the West, nart u e t Hoys Club walloped the Cadets by a 12 to 2 score.
Cadets (2)
R
AB
.. 3
Meyers, 2b
.. 3
Lukach, lb
3
J. Ygvprskl,
o
3
..
3
Moore, c
3
Ferenchtk, p
3
{Covacs, cf
"
2
MedveU, p
. 1
M. Varvocskl, If
o
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•*r|' I'x-ir elothes ready? Do
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d
slacks,
dresses
a n j
"' "I ' 1( MnitiK and pretwinii?
HAVE THEIR
(
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CLEANED
K1QHT
3 DAY
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CAU 4
UBUVERV
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W.CB.C. (12)
AB
D'Zurlllu, cf
Bilinski, If
Nagy, lb
Andrella. ss
Hayko, p
MedveU, c
Arva, rf
Dajgek, 2b
Faakas
27
R
161ft
()t
"Wm Wittcm
190
Start the Season with
Your Own
BOWLING BALL
U HOUR
DKLIVKRY
# BOWLING
up
•
MEN'S
UP
12
••"'• V« u r Section Cenault U*
•'HONK P. A. 4 ,
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Get Those Strikes!
BOWLERS
We Art Htfy.
Now
Home ol N. J
ion ft
U
tf'S SHOES In Qre*»
Red, B i v . BUok, SmoHfi RH
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WASHINGTON-- Pew homes do
| w t Include H household pet such
u a cat nr a dnR. Mucli has been
written about both animals but
a K"od deal of fnlse information
has been circulated concerning
cat";.
It Is true, however, that, In no
other Bnlmal do we rind a wider
range of vlrture — cleanliness,
, courage, grace and beauty. In(MpPndencc and u n d e r s t a n d s for
those Me Inves. Only recently has
< the cat begun to take his rightful
.:^place In the avernRe mind.
: There are five- main breeds ot
'. Cats: the domestic short-hair, the
Persian, the Manx, the Abyssinian
and Siamese Each breed has Its
distinctive body shape, fur quality,
coloring and temperament.
The dnmrstlr short-hair Is the
most popular. The fur Is short.
Mft and lustrous. The chest Is
tiroad. the legs sturdy. The lace
Is broad and full. In temperament
$hf domestic short-half is exceedingly Independent and self-reliant.
Oft the whole this type is goodtempemi, affectionate and home1!
XTbt BU tUafrtm,". . , , ••
Van Johnson Impersonates a law
student who Is the valedictorian of
his law class at college and Is
Immediately offered a position
with a prominent firm. He rejects
this opportunity because the" firm
refused permission of a respectable Chinese family to rent an
apartment in a property owned by
a client and almost loses the love
of the boss's daughter, played by
Elizabeth Taylor.
Percy Waram. Pay Holden, Leon
Ames and Edgar Buchanan are In
the supporting cast.
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The Persian cat iias a long.
silky cn;il, wide ruff and fluffy
tall. It K.HS Its name from the
Jaot that it is believed tto have
v originated in the vicinity of Per£a. The body and legs are short
| and stocky The Persian lacks the
lithe and auile grace of movement
belonging to the domestic shorthair but walks with grace, is fastidious in his WRVS, and ti&kes noticeable pride in his beautiful coat.
• The Manx cat, whose ancestors
are said to have come'from the
\la1e of Man, is tailless. The back
short and the hind legs long
the Manx a hopping gait,
coat is short and Is marked
to that of the widely
j'fcnown Tabby but is in two lengths.
Tbt shorter undercoat causes the
coat to stand out In an effect
'•\Su the fur of a rabbit. It's nature,
i mild and trusting and It is easy
I manage and to train.
The Abyssinian has a long
ler body and tail. Its coat is
•t and thick. It Is considered
closest modern exmple of the
sacred cat of Egypt. The
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Abysslnran has a quiet, soft man- are almond-shaped with an oriner—even Its v#lce Is mellow,
ental slant. The eye coloring is
The Siamese cat,was first Im- deep sapphire blue. The three
ported from England and has1 be- main types of Siamese are blue
come quite popular. It is a beau- point, seal point and chocolate.
tiful medium-sized cat with a long
tapering body, The fur Is short DRAFT FOR DOCTORS
and sleek. The head is narrow and , The difficulty in getting doctors
wedge-shaped with a flat forehead. for the armed services is causing
The peculiar colorations of lialr concern with some likelihood that
and eyes make the breed outstand- Congress will be asked to provide
ing The body Is usually pale fawn legislation to permit the Governor cream with the face, ears, legs' ment to draft the doctors and
and tail one of three colors, de- J medical men needed to serve our
pending on the type. The eyes fighting forces.
Ticket to Tomahawk."
Tills rollicking Western is a relief from the stereotyped Western so often seen on the screen.
Dan Dally Is pictured as a wild
and wooly traveling salesman, a
huckster of mustache cups and
magazines, who becomes Involved
In a number of unconventional
predicaments in Colorado In 1876.
This long-legged drummer arrives
ina town called Epitaph at the
time the local tycoons were trying
to run a train over a narrow-gauge
road—the first trip—in order to
hold onto a franchise. Since there
was a stretch of 40 miles without
rails, It was necessary to haul the
tiny train over that stretch with
mules. It was necessary also for
the train to have at least one passenger and Mr. Dalley was selected. His objections at the hazards
were overruled by Miss Anne Baxter, a comely gun-totin' town marshall, and he Is tied to the engine
for the trip.
All In all, as you might imagine,
there's plenty of room for comedy
and that's what the audience gets.
"Mystery Street."
After giving due thanks tc^ Harvard University and its School of
Legal Medicine, this film settles
settles down to being a flrst-rate
motion picture. The story, with
a Boston background, concerns itself with the scientific solution of
a brutal murdw, by a young police lieutenant, Ricardo Montal| ban. A honky-tonk hostess is the
victim. A young man, who has prone
out to drink and forget that his
wife has lost her baby a t birth,
picks her up. Through a series of
unpleasantly p o s s ib 1 e circumstances,' the young man is accused
WAR NOT 3 YEARS AW AT
The relative unpreparedness of
the United States, when the Korean war began, can be attributed,
in a late" decree, to the belief on
the part of top military men that
war was at least from three to
Health
Br DR. SOPHIA BRUNSdN
r»mllT Medicine Chest
T h * ' household medicine chest,
neatly stocked with helpful but
harmless first aid equipment,
could and should be one of the
most Important pieces of equipment In the home.
Jammed as it is. in many an
American bathroom, with rusted
razor blades, aged medicine bottles, various cost me tics and even
Unprotected insect poisons, it can
be a menace.
Cleaning out the family medicine cabinet should not be left
until the time when it U stuffed
to capacity. It Is a good rule to
"weed out" the useless or harmful
articles about once every two or
three months, and at the same
time check on the stock of necessary first aid supplies to be propared for emergences.
It should be unnecessary to warn
that every bottle. Jar or box In
the medicine cabinet should be
carefully labeled. Yet there are
accidents every week caused by
people drinking from or using toxic
preparations taken from unlabeled
or wrongly labeled containers.
Dangerous poisons, labeled or
not should never be In the medl-
cine cabinet. They should be kept
far out of reach of children, or
of adults who might hurriedly be
looking for a pain remedy and
Instead use something that might
cause serious Illness of even death.
Medicines prescribed by the doctor for a certain Illness at a certain time should not be "hoarded"
In the medicine cabinet for future
use. Most prescriptions lose their
usefulness with age and are likely
to be harmful rather than useful
If retained for future remedy.
Among first aid supplies that
should be kept freshly stocked
are sterile cotton, sterile gauze
bandage, adheslve"^ape and antiseptics' to prevent infection in
monor cuts and bruises. A good
antiseptic is mild tincture of
Iodine.
Most families prefer to keep
on hand a mild laxative and a
"headache reliever" like aspirin.
While these remedies are not dangerous undrr ordinary circumstances, when taken infrequently
and in small amounts, they are
best used under the doctor's prescrptlon and advice because there
are- times when they can become
harmful o» habit-forming.
When materials in the medicine
chest are kept in an orderly and
easily accessible fashion, time is
laved in emergencies and neatness can be maintained in a part
of the household where they are of
special importance.
FORCES IN KOREA
The build-up of forces i,, ,,
will probably wqulre «,„„,*'•;
fore we have enough man V
to finish the Job, Expert" i ,
150,000 fighting men *nj ,!
quired, ~"
leaders expected to produce "new paraphernalia.
weapons" and make the Russians
look silly In the mass-production COST OF DEFENSE
of weapons that might be obsoT h e possibility that thr Km
lete In the next war.
war may end without d ^ i , , ' "
into a general war should not | /
"STATUE" A THIEF
lead anybody M to the c o s l , , , :
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LlEOffi, Belgium.—Invnstigating fense in the future, Time
1
a noise In a church, two police- D6 no QlsttrttilriB^—the sho" - '
men found a stalned-glaas window unpreparednesj almost
tew this.
sum.
broken and called the dean. Together they searched the church
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and found nothing unuiual. They FORMOSA
look a closer look at the altar,
Some of the Interest we m,. i
however, and the. dean saw the inj In Formosa is due to it..- „'
figure of a "saint" kneeling In graphical position', only two' i,,,!!
prayer. The "statue" proved to be dred and thirty mile., from
Louis Van de Keere, 26, who ad- Philippines'and three hunn," "i
mitted breaking into the edifice.
sixty miles from Okinawa
PICK - UP - DELIVERY
Call
WOodbridge 8-1735
or
Perth Ambdy 4-7538
of he'r burder. Together, Detecttive
Montulban and a Harvard professor, played by Bruce Bennet, clear
up the mystery.
These two are supported by a
fine cast, with flfst honors going
Chanted
to Elsa Lanchester, who has
Patlent-^Have you Men a dentthe role of a seedy, gin-drinking,
pseudo-respectable landlady, not tlst long?
Dentist—No. I used to be a steel.
averse to a bit of genteel blackmail, and to Edmond Ryan, who riveter but I not too shaky to work
enacts a lecherous yacht builder. i on high buildings and bridges.
STORES
WOODBRIDGE • FORDS
HOPELAWN AT PINELLTS HATS
CHRISTENSEN'S
COSTS ARE U P !
"T/ic Friendly Store"
The date is not nearly as far away as"you may think. M<th>
sure your'youngsters start the new fall term fully equipped
for the work ahead of them. They will be happier,, better stu-
FARES STAY D O W N !
dents. You will be proud of them. We have everything the
ichool chUd needs. Come in now.
FOR GIRLS...
The costs for operating a bus are way^up — just like all other costs have
gone up during the last ten years. But the Public Service bus fare is
COTTON DRESSES & BLOUSES
only a nickel—the same fare we charged in 1940!
By Mitzi and Judy Kent
• HALF SOCKS and ANKLETS, by Lerol
You know how prices have skyrocketed—for food . , . ttt clothing..,
• SLIBS and PANTIES—Rayon and Cotton
for fuel — since 1940. The coats of operating a bus have risen, too—foij
• RAINCOATS—Gabardines and Dan River Plaids
(Removable Hoods)
bus parts... for oil and tires... for everything that goerinto a bus ride.
• QYM SUITS-Regular W.H.S. Style by B.,B. Moore
t SWEATERS—Slipon and Coat Styles
But the Public Service bus fare is only 5 cents!
• RUBBERS and BOOTS—Ballband and Hood
It coBts more to give you adequate and comfortable transportation. For
FOR BOYS
example, wages hive been <tn a steady increase. Since July 1, 1948,
they have risen by about $4,750,000 on an annual basis —and over
$13,500,000 on an annual basis since 1940.
t SHIRTS—Fancy and White DREflS 8|HIBTSi longsleeve SPORT SHIRTS, and Fl^WTO? ty Kaynee
• SLACKS—Junior and Student 8i»fhr<-OAfc
and WOOL, CORDUROY and COVERTS by
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togs and, O.K. .
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It just isn't possible to charge a nickel fare—and still pay our bills!
• POLO SHIRTS^-Long and Short SlwVes, by Kayner
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t PREP SOX - TIJpS - BELTS -BRACXfi
Public Service filed a pelltipn on July 12,19S0, with the
Board +i Public Utility Comntffeiontri for relief from tha
five cent fare until such time ai, permanent rales shaljl have
keen established by the Board.)
The company feels that you can readjly understand thai
efficient and adequate transportation ffervice is In jeopardy
when we face the low of nearly 14,000,000 a year.
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